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CHAPEL-HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1955
Office$ In Graham Memorial
TEN PACES THIS ISSUE
(CD .itr- Mr? I?
ir wler II L Ic 5y mps i y m
jabeit House yester
! I cd to give any com-
;hcr or not football
a Barclay's contract
U "cd in January.
; j . v. Hobbs, chair-
XC Athletic Council,
t 1 net meet again on
j :tuation. He said the
! now up to the admin-
: ;cllor House was cal
oric yesterday for his
PARK, Md., Dec. 12
, urrent guesses that
t0 leave Maryland
; itteii under Jim Ta
: and he termed them
, 0ke" today,
i ty teed off about
( said today. "It's ri-
iy'd think I was ap
i i job."
5 said "no comment"
last meeting of the
ncil, Hobbs said the
locations were uncom
'ouM make no com
; of tie action taken.
;clor Chuck Erickson ;
iitcr was "unfinished
direct statement that
ained so far was from
isrd, a member cf the
i Chapel Hill. He said
was the "most fully
cling in 16 years."
three year contract ex
Barclay was a forme:
at as a player, and suc
Snavely when the l3t
t was not renewed af
dern physician must
lorn composed of two
!ear and broad know
cdical science, and a
Ending of people who
) ents," Dr. N. A. Wo
e UXC Medical School
real and predental stu--,;
throughout the sfate
cd here last weekend,
ack, chairman of the
Scry, asserted that "too
'amour of science has
ta a strong attraction
st contemplating a ca
nine, he has tended to
e classical studies that
jMd but loosely con-
xa a man becomes a
Physician, Dr. Womack
finds that he can treat
J advance magnificantly
dSe in technological
b"t he is devoid of
pi the personal and so-r-
that arc so often as
f this technological ad-
; ack called for better
j of medical colleges
parent universities, to
I "medical students and
ho are to be wise can
fate the application of
on from the culture
i"er main, speakers on
3 Program were Dr. J.
(Airman of the Medi
's Committee, Duke
fnDr- C C. Carpenter,
7Wraan Gray Medi-
; Jwston -Salem, and
- Sturdcvant, chairman
(l Denial Admissions
held here this
JTWM a biS success,
nlommy Strickland of
'0n Delta premedical
por of the meeting.
15(J persons at-,
V 5 The raost success-
"C mnn xl-
vvu"a was me
V.lory Village Children Celebrate The Season
Child ren from Victory Village were honored at a Christmas party last night. The party, sponsored by
Graham Memorial, -was only ope of many sponsored by various campus organizations during the week be
fore Christmas vacation. Accounts of these parties are given elsewhere in this newspaper'. (Henley Photo)
'QUITE A NUMBER . . . LEAVING THE HILL TODAY:'
n of) K
This 10-page edition of The
Daily Tar Heel is your Christ
mas shopping guide. Inside,
you'll find many gift ideas and
bargains, as well as interesting
features and news.
26 ORGANIZATIONS HELP
Twenty-six campus organizations Dormitory, Carr Dormitory,, Zcta
have volunteered to play "Santa - Psi and Theta Chi.
Claus" for needy families in Chapel j The Empty Stocking Campaign
Hill, but 44 families will not be ; is sponsored each year by the Jun-
i:,pital, medical school
;"dl whooi.hc said.
Pre-Christmas activities are in
full swing here this wc, and
the chief complaint among stu
dents is that they're much tt o
busy going to orphan parties,
buying gifts for needy families (
and trimming trees to study for ;
the inevitable quizzes. j
Judging from old issues of The j
Daily Tar Heel and The Chapel j
Hill Weeklv the overwhelming
concern with the holiday season
hasn't always dominated the Uni
versity community at this sea
son. Back in "the good old days"
of the quarter system. pre-Christ-mas
exams overshadowed holi
.By 1910, there was a little
more Christmas activity. One
story read, "The King's Daugh
ters will Jiivc a charity bazaar
Friday afternoon. Come and get i
your sweetheart a Christmas pre
sent." Another ''item stated that,
seniors at St. Mary's were get
ting out a Christmas edition of
their publication. The Muse, and
"The Business Manager will be
perfectly charmed to receive sub
scriptions from the University
boys." The final pre-holiday edi
tion of that: ear, however, noted
only that "Quite a number of
students arc leaving the Hill to
In 1923. The Chapel Hill Week
ly appeared, giving still more
attention to seasonal events. The
Dec. 20 issue described a ban
quet given for employees of the
University Laundry as follows:
"G. H. Paulson had the menus
written out on starched collars
just the plain article of com
merce. It was a fine blow-out!"
And the same paper announc
ed that Frederick H- Koch,
"chieftan" of the Carolina Play
makers had presented a reading
of "The Christmas Carol." The
story stated that "A candle was
on the table beside the reader,
to make the spirit of Dickens
seem more at home."
A community Christmas festi
val ;vas also held that year. In
"Chapel Hill Chaff," editor Lou
is Graves commented on certain
of the "cherubs" who presented
a pageant at the festival. "If they
grow up to be as charming as
they are now," he said, "tney
will endanger the equilibrium of
the community." Graves also de
scribed a local family' reunion, !
at which 13 were present jor
dinner. "This is reputed Co hving
.on bad luck," he commented,
"but it didn't spoil the Pende
" In 1924 . the University s 28
voice a capella choir presented a
program of Christmas music,
(See CHRISTMAS, page 10.) .
Chest Drive I of als
457 From Groups
More than $475 has been contrib
1 uted to the Campus Chest by UNTC
j organization's, according to Chair
! man Curtiss Daughtry.
I Daughtry said, however, all re
! ports of solicitors are not in yet,
but a final report should be avail
able by tomorrow afternoon. All
solicitors were requested to get.
their reports in as socn as possible
to enable a tabulation of final re
ports. Trophies will be awarded some
time after Christmas to the frater
nity, sorority, women's and men's
dorms contributing the highest av
erage amount per member, Daugh
The leaders so far in each divis
ion are: sorority, Alpha Delta Pi;
fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon and
vomen's dorm, Mclvcr. Theie is no
report of the leader in the men's
So far, reports have not been re
ceived from the following organi
zations: Nurses' Dorm. Alexander,
Aycock, Conner. Graham, Grimes.
Ruffin, Whitehead, Winston, Alpha
Gamma Delta, Chi Phi, Delta Kap
Delta Upsilon, Kappa Alpha,
Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Theta, Phi
Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Sigma,
Pi Kappa Phi, Pi Lambda Phi, Sig-
as privileged if they are not adopt
ed soon by some organization.
Mrs. Frank Klingberg, publicity
chairman of the Chapel Hill Ju
nior. Service League's Empty
.Stocking Campaign, said large cam
pus organizations are now being
urged to adopt a family because
it is felt they are more able to do
so than minor organizations Or
ganizations wishing to adopt a fam
ily were requested to call tele
phone number 3656. ' 1
Campus organizations that have
j adopted families include:
j Kappa . Sigma. Graham Dormi
i h-ri. Delta Delta DeltaV Sigma Al
pha Epailon, junior class of Nur
ses' School, Phi Kappa Sigma.
Alderman Dormitory, Sigma Nu,
Chi Omega, Pi Beta Phi, Delta Psi,
i Kappa Epsilon, Phi Gamma Delta,
Bta Sigma P;ii, Pi Kappa Alpha,
j Nurses' . Dormitory, Law Wives,
Dental D,ames, Hospital residents'
staff wives, Spencer Dormitory,
Sigma Chi, Zeta Beta Tau, Mclver
Would Find Out A
About New . Grou
ior Service League of Chapel Hill.
Last year the league was able to
help 422 needy families.
An example of a family needing
help is the following:
The family consists of the mo
ther and six small children from
13 months to nine years old. The
father has deserted the family,
which lives in a small three-room
house. The two older children at
tend school when there are suf
ficient clothes and shoes t 6 go
around. , - .
The mother is .employed, but
does not make enough to supply
the needs of the family. She has
ter bundle 'the-j f our younger child
ren up early every morning and ireid said, "by reducing the num
take them to neighbors in order to ber invited to the banquet" held
By NEIL BASS
President Don Fowler 'said yesterday he didn't plan to e
to ii' recently-passed bill giviiig$i,ooo to the Carolina Sympo
sium until he talks to the Sym posium Finance Committee
Chairmah llev Webb.
f...i- i. i ..i. '
Webb for a "detailed" 'budget, lis
ting the organization's financial
needs, before taking any action on
"I like the idea, and think it
would be an intellectual asset to
the campus," Fowler said, "but I
want to find out more about" its
monetary needs before approving
or rejecting the appropriation bill.
. Regarding a rumor that Fowler
planned to veto the bill because of
personal difference between his of
fice and Symposium Chairman
Manning Muntzing, he said. "There
is none on my part."
David Reid, Carolina Forum
vice-chmn., told a reporter he fav
ored transferring a part of the
Forum's appropriation to the Sym
posium arid nullifying the $1,000
bill because both organizations
"serve the same purpose."
Reid said he'd favor a reduced
"appropriation'' from the legisla
ture to coyer the Symposium's ex
penses, but thought part of the
Forum's funds should be given it.
The Forum's expenses could be
Cilt;wIthotit damaging Hsprbgrarh
i i r
Aubrey Lee Brooks,' above,
has established a million-dollar
scholarship fund for high school
students attending the Univer
sity. Eleven scholarships a year,
valued at $500 each, will be
offered to needy students who
will attend UUNC, N. C. State
or the .Woman's College,-
Men students will not reserve
their rooms for the spring sem
ester until after Christmas va
cation, according to J. E. Wads
worth, director of housing."
Around Jan. 4, men will be
given cards to check one of the
following: "I Wish to reserve, or
relinquish, or change my room
To WF Head
WINSTON-SALEM Dec. 12, ID
Ministers" of the Pilot Mountain
Baptist Assn. gave their support
in a resolution today to Dr. Harold j
W. Tribble, President of Wake
Dr. Tribble has been under fire
t frnm some alumni crrouDs of the
college, and a nine-man investigat-
ma Alpha Epsilon, Srgma Chi, Tau 1
Epsilon Phi, Theta Chi and Zeta j ,his semester." They will return
Psi- i the cards to their dorm manager.
See related story on Page 10.
ing committee is at work on a
report to be made to the trustees
of the college on Dec. 22.
The resolution stated:
"Be it resolved that 'we, the pas
tors of the Pilot Mountain Assn.
do hereby express , our complete
confidence in Dr. Harold W. Trib
ble, President of the Wake Forest
College, and do offer him our mor
al support and prayers as he leads
in the great undertaking in con
nection with the removal of Wake
Forest College to Winston-Salem."
The Pilot Mountain Assn. in
cludes churches in Forsyth and
t Stokes counties.
Exam Schedule Listed
According to the Central Office of Records, the time of an
examination may not be changed alter it has been fixed in the
schedule. No students may be excused from a scheduled examina
tion except by the University Infirmary in case of illness, or by
his General College faculty advisor or by his dean, in case of
any other emergency compelling his absence.
r, . s
The exam schedule is as follows: ;
All 3 p. m. glasses, Chem 11, BA 71 and 72 and all classes not
- otherwise provided for in this schedule Thursday, Jan. 19, 8:30
All 8 a. m. classes on TThS ...... -..Thursday, Jan. 19, 2 p.m.
All 2 p.m. classes on MWF, BA 150 and ; - .
Pharmacy 10 1 Friday, Jan. 20, 8:30a.m.
All noon classes on MWF ....Friday, Jan. 20, 2 p.m.
All 2 p.m. classes on TThS and Econ. 31, 32 t
and 170 and Pharmacy Ec. 34 Saturday, Jan. -21, 2 p.m.
All noon classes on TThS and all Naval ;
Science ... Saturday, Jan. 21, 2 p.m..
All 1 p. m. classes on MWF and j
Ui emu i-iidxuiacy 10 Monday, Jan. 23, 8:30 a.m.
go to work
The seven members of the family
liave only two beds and no bed
jlothing. The children have never
had toys of ueir own. Food,
prior to the speaker's address.
Asked if he thought the Forum
u-niild a?ree to such a cut. iteid
Decision Won't Affect
Finloy Course's Rules
The Supreme Court's new ruling
i -fnrhiHHin rnrp ri isrri m i nation in
said: he fovored -it 'and Jim Mori-(-ubljc ;ks and goif courses won't
teith : liked the idea. Tnese are , mwe -Finle CoI
two of the Forums five otiiciais. : ,; ,. tn n
..-J i ij: u i " ' . . i LUUrsf I C.f. utLUlum,
f i f i i i r v iiivv n i iit'rii i I n" wit i 11 . . . . i , . . - '
Anotner memDcr wm dc appujuicu F . ,
make this family happy at Christ- , b president Fowler within the
: ." j nevt few weeks
ganiza ion who might adopt them,
says the Junior Service League.
Mrs. Klingberg said cash con
tributions to the campaign, which
will be needed for unadopted fam-
If the new appointee likes the
transfer idea, Reid said, it will go
. Tom Lambeth. Forum Chairman,
ilies, may be sent to The Chapel told a reporter he was rorry
Questioned on the matter. Krick
son pointed o'ft that Finley Course,
while owned by the Athletic Assn.,
is not actually a public golf course.
It was constructed and is operated
specifically for UNC students, fac-
Hill Weekly and made payable to Reid hadnt talked to him about ulty, alumni and their guests
the Empty Stocking Fund.
NUMEROUS CHRISTMAS PARTIES HELD:
g i V 12 1 Ns Vj Sssj
By JAMES NICHOLS
v to give out toys, candy, fruit and
i nuts. There will be a wrapping
Many of the sororities and fra-j party tonight t0 prepare the gifts
for the children
All 9 a.m. classes on MWF
Monday, Jan. 23, 2 p.m.
Alt O 4 ! Alrtr,,- f i ri-l. r
a .. wu., u uw.... ..Tuesday, Jan. 24, 8:30 a.m.
All 8 a.m. classes on MWF Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2 p.m.
La m cIas"es 0n MW - -'-Wednesday. Jan. 25, 8:30 a.m.
.ii riuuui, -uerman, -Spanish courses
numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, and BA 130Wednidaj-, Jan. 25, 2 p
Ml 11 a.m. classes on TThS; .Thursday, Jan. 26, 8:30 .
-ThursJay, Jan. 26, 2 p.m.
All 10 a.m. classes on TTKS
All 1 1 1 . . ...
cities on w;,. .t o-, n.nn
.T - ... .iiviaj, J4111. ii, o.ov a.m.
In case of any conflict, the regularly scheduled exam will
take precedence over the common exam. (Common exams are indi
cated by an asterisk.)
Uernifles on campus have either
given or are planning to give
Christmas parties for orphans and
underprivileged children of the
area before the holidays start.
In fact, there is such a demand
for the children by various organi
zations, that many were unable to
get any child groups for a party
Kappa Delta Sorority and Delta
Sigma Pi commercial fraternity
teamed up and spent from $150 to
$175 for 'a big party Friday for
about 60 children from Oxford Or
phanage. There was a decorated
Christmas tree, and the children,
from 5 to 9 years old, were given
gifts by Santa Claus. They, were
served with punch and had candy7,
fruits and nuts.
Lambda Chi Alpha gave a party
Saturday for some orphans of Meth
odist Orphanage. The children
were taken to the Raleigh-Durham
Airport to see Santa Claus fly in.
Later, Santa Claus visited the chil
dren at the fraternity house and
they saw a. movie. v
Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity is
giving . a party tomorrow evening
for some 30 Negro first-grade stu
dents of the elementary school in
ty. They invited 61 underprivileged
children last Tuesday for a party
from 4 to 6 p. m. Dean Fred Wea
ver and his family, Charles Ccr-
Tonight Chi Psi Fraternity will;nard. Ray Jeff eries and Sam McGill
were also present ai uie pariv.
The children received gifts from
entertain approximately 30 chil
dren in the 2 to 12 age group from
Wright Refuge in Durham. The
children will get stockings of
fruits, candies and nuts and Santa
Claus will pass out toys. They will
also be shown movies.
Thursday afternoon, Beta Theta
Pi Fraternity will give a party for
30 Negro children of the first
grade of ' Northside Elementary
School in Carrboro. Santa Claus
will give the children toys, ice
cream and cake. There will be mo
vies and games.
On Dec. 2, Zeta Psi Fraternity
and Alpha Delta Pi Sorority from
Duke gave a party and supper for
22 Methodist Orphanage children.
Santa Claus was there with gifts
for the youngsters.
; The Chi Omegas and Phi Gam
ma Deltas "will give their annual
party for 9 to 11-year-olds from
Methodist Orphanage Thursday.
The chidren will be given a din
ner and Santa Claus will give out
The Delta Delta Delta Sorority
and Kappa Alpha Fraternity join-!
Santa Claus and they had games,
singing and refreshments.
Delta Kappa Epsilon will give
their annual Christmas party Fri
day for 50 Oxford Orphanage chil
dren. The 9 to 12-year-olds will be
served dinner and sec some mo
vies. Santa Claus will give out
The Chi Phis gave a party Sun
day afternoon for some orphans
(See PARTIES, page 10.)
Carrboro. Santa Claus will be there I ed for their annual children's par-
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the Infirmary yes
Miss Shannon C. Greene, Miss
Virginia D. Peace, Frederick A.
Burney, Hugh D. Jackson, Will
iam H. Harris, Ray A. Cooper,
Edward A. Lipski, Louie C. John
son, John B. Mason, William T.
McCuiston, James A. Hayworth,
Everett K. Gobble, Clyde B.
Alexander, Robert C. Hanes,
James P. Pittman and William