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VOL. LVII NO. 91
Complete (P) Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1957
, Offices in Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUt
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Fines For Offenders
By PRINCLE PIPKIN
Sunny Hall turd. President uf the IDC, said alung with
other announcements that he will present befure the Student
Liyulaiurc, "a bill to empower the IDC to iiuorpoiate'into
its ID Court Uy-lnvs the power to levy a fine (up to Sio)
lie went on to say that this bill is directed primarily
at those who chronically com-
mt small offenses.
NO PHONES i !
Hallford stated' that there re-;
main 14 dormit:rics which do not j
have phones on the second and j
fourth floors. .Although the in-j
stallmcnt of the phones was pro- j
mised in the early part of the first
semester, only five dorms havs
received attention. He said that
he understood that the use of
non-pay phones for long distance
cstls' had caused a delay, but the
president had not heard of this
prart'ec recurring lately.
One of the problems new fac
ing the IDC is the maintenance
of the dormitory television sets.
He said that the dorms did not
have the money to repair aging
Concerning the fiirccracker
throwing in the dormitories. Hall
ford, said, "Due to the fact that
there is an ever increasing amount
of shooting of fireworks on the
campus. I would like to take this
opportunity to remind ine ones
responsible that they are violating
not only Campus and 'Dormitory
regulations but a!sa North Caro
"To prevent any serious acci
dent? from happening, we would
like to request that such future
activities be refrained. Those who
arc caught will be dealt, with
through the proper channels and
receive the just punishment. We of
th IDC would like to ask for your
ccoperation in jthis matter."
Larry Harris, a junior from
Charlotte, has been appointed J
chairman of the SAident Enter-;
. tainment Committee by Student
Body President Brb Young.
Before Harris takes 6ffice his
appointment must be approved by
the Student Legislature..
- Young said that he had "con
sidered several people for this
position and discussed it with
many people before making the
decision. I feel that Larry will ca-
pably handle the responsibilities
of this position."
Harris "has served on the com
mittee for the past year and has
shown an intense interest in the
program of the committee," said
As chairman he is responsible
for the planning of all SEC activi
ties, and is the host at all func
tions involving the guest entertainer.
In addition, his main duty isjWilson Library was completed
to bring top-flight entertainers to
the campus which the students
can sec free of charge.
'This semester the SEC will
bring several different entertain
ers to UNC. Among them will be
the Don Cossack Chorus and
Dancers, Henry Hull, and Jose
Yankee celebrating his birth
..day in the Carolina Coffee Shop
..M'Hh a one candle creamed cup
coke to tlie tune of five liamvoni-
ons male voices.
Comment on the floodin-g leak
in the Bovketeria . . . I can't un-
dtrstand it. The good Lord pro'
' mised never again to punutU sfin
A nine-man faculty committee,
headed by Dr. B. L. Ullman, has
l:cn appointed to consider a suc
cessor to retiring UNC Librarian
V. II. Horn.
The committee met Jan. 14. to
review the qualifications ;nece
sary to till the position and to
.'stablish a preliminary course
nd scope for the committe, ac
crding to Dr. Ullman.
Any candidate . considered for
he pasition must measure up to
he standards and qualifications of
:he committee. Dr. Ullman said.
Foremost among these consider
ltions are: 1 the personal aspect
n dealing and getting along with
eopl?, 2 an administrative abil
ty, 3 a knowledge of and sym
pathy with functions of the Uni
versity Library, 4 a wide ac
uaintance with libraries and li
brarians, and 5 imagination and
enthusiasm tor the library.
Dr. Ullman stressed the third
consideration in its importance
ind application to supporting the
'esearcb needs of the library.
Initiative in the selection and
eview oi candidates is usually
aken by the committee although
ppl. cations are being accepted i
nd considered. Normal procedure
nvolvcs the committee's writing
o various schools and institutions
"or recommendations and back
round and then reviewing likely
Leading candidates are asked
'. c?me to Chapel Hill! where they
ire personally interviewed by
the committee and other people
'n the University.
The committee is expected to
meet again this month in order
"o expand on the functions and
vork undertaken at the first
With Dr. Ullman as chairman
the committee members are as
follows: J. E. Adams, A. G. Engs-
trom. Glen Haydon, A. K. King
II. Q. Langenderfer, H. Lefler,
E. D. Palmatier, N. A. Womack
Dr. Ullman expressed the hope
that the position will be filledbe-
fore July 1 when Librarian Horn
'DUKE' AND TRI-DELT':
Paint On Library Front
Removed By Crew
Work begun late Monday on the . He expressed a hope that in the
removal of "Duke" and "Tri-Delt"
Daintinzs from the entrance of
yesterday by building maintenance
The work, overlooked since
last November when several
campus sites were similarly van
dalized, leaves the campus virtu
ally free from eye-sores, main
tenance Supervisor Giles Horney
Removal of the painting was a
long and arduous process accord
ing to Horney. Two varieties of
paint were used. Of the two, the
"Duke" marking was the easiest
treated and was completely re
moved Monday evening.
The "Tri-Delt" marking was
much more difficult and required
a different treatment as well as
more time and energy before it
was- removed late yesterday after
noon, Horney said.
Horney again stressed .the many
difficulties encountered "in clean
ing and treating the variety of
paint products which from time to
time mark campus walks and
walls. Each different situation, he
said, requires a different treatment.
Last night's victory over Mary
land nearly set off a panty raid. .
When the game ended a crowd
of students gathered in the lower
quad. About 50-75 men milled
around the area, shouting and
A resident of Mclver said a few
of them gathered in the wooded
area behind the dorm and some
i.hout3 of "panty raid" were heard.
Student Body President Bob
Young and Student Party Chair
man iSonny Hallford approached
the crowd and told the men to go
back to their dorms. Young could
not be reached for comment' on
A few students were seen in
the women's quad, but the only
disturbance in the area was caus
ed by firecracker. thrown from
The near-panty raid was first
reported by a resident of Alder
man at 10. By 10:15 the only per
son seen in the women's quad was
a campus policeman..
1 Two police officers were seen in
the lower quad at the time the
disturbance first erupted. The
Chapel Hill Police Dept.. reported
that it had not been-officially no
tified of the incident. .
ii i -x - if in urn in im
School Aid Needed
WASHINGTON (AP) Sec
retary of Welfare Folsom told
Congress yesterday the nation will
be short of public school ' class
rooms "for many years" unless
the Federal Government steps in
to help. " '" '
Testifying before the House Ed
ucation Subcommittee, Folsom
urged approval of President Eisen
hower's four-year- program for
helping the states build needed
The cabinet members said the
Eisenhower proposal $1,300,
000,000 in construction grants
plus other aid to make a total of
nearly 24 billions is "adequate"
to meet the situation.
He thus hit at democratic critics
of the plan who contend larger
federal expenditures are needed.
Folsom also repeated Eisenhow
er's request that the racial inte
gration issue be kept out of con
gressional consideration of the
Macmillan Backs Doctrine
LONDON (AP) Prime Min
ister Harold Macmillan last night
(See WORLD NEWS, Page 3)
future such defacement of Univer
sity property will be held at a
minimum. He stated his regret
concerning the tardy removal of
the library paintings and added ;
that .Aich oversights will not occur
in the future.
Set Feb. 22-23
The Fourth Circuit of the Ame
rican Law Student Assn. will have
its conference liere Feb. 22-23, ac
cording to UNC law student,
Henry M. Whitcsides, presiding
officer of the Fourth Circuit of
About 50-70 law students from
12 law schools in North and South
Carolina, West Virginia and Mary
land will converge on the campus
for lectures by men noted' in the
legal field, for discussions and
banquets. The conference will be
climaxed with the election of
new officers for the Fourth Circuit.
olains Administration Views
Applications for a three-hour
non-credit course designed to as
sist students in improving their
reading and studying efficiency
are being taken in room 08 Pea-' '
body Hall. u
Paul Irvine, director of the ,
reading program, said the course
will be offered every hour of the
a . , ,r T : J ' r
aay oeiween anu j. iie siiu
there has been some misunder
standing in the past concerning
who was eligible for the course.
According to Irvine there was
a rumcr that graduate and pro
fessional students were taken in
to the course first. Actually, he
pointed out. "In the past about
85 per cent have been undergrad- j
uates." The course is open to all j
University students. i
Approximately 200 students can ;
be enrolled this semester. Irvine '
said about 100 have already been S
accepted on the basis of applica
tions made in September. Stu- j
dents interested in taking the !
course have been asked to apply j
to the reading office between the
hours of 9 and 4.
Irvine said students interested
in checking their reading profic
iency but not interested in taking
the reading course may report to
the main testing service in room
03 Pea body.
How Long To
Wait For Prof
If a professor Is late in com
ing to class, how long must stu
dents wait in class before they
are able to leave?
Opinion among students seems
to be anywhere from five min
utes to 20 minutes.
A - check -with Chrenceltor
House's office and Dr. C. P.
Spruill revealed by custom
there is no written law concern
ing this students must wait at
least 10 minutes before leaving
in the event the professor fails
to show up before then.
Orientation and Handbook files
will be op$n today through. Friday
in the Council Room of Graham
Memorial from 3-5 p.m.
Applicants who find this time
inconvenient should notify Peggy !
Funk at the Chi Omega House to
make individual arrangements.
All girls who are interested in
cither position should look through
these files before filling out an
application, according to Miss
After becoming familiar with
the records, the applicant should
submit with her application, orig
inal ideas and a plan for this
year's Handbook or Orientation
program. These are to be turned
into the Dean of Wome's Office
no later than FeV 16.
Applicants will be notified by
the chairman of the Women's
Residence Council to appear be
fore an interviewing committee.
At this time, the applicant will be
given the opportunity to discuss
her earlier submitted plan and to
answer any questions pertaining
to it. The committee will look for
originality and organization and
will consider the applicant's cri-
' tical analization of past Handbooks
, or Orientation programs. A theme
should be suggested for the Hand
book, Miss Funk said.
SAM MA ILL
on student problems
Dick Grable's Group
Appears Here Feb. 14
A third attraction has been add
ed to the Carolina Mardi Gras.
Mardi Gras Chairman Jim Arm
strong announced yesterday.
Thursdy night, Feb. 14, Dick
Grable's All Stars will present an
informal jam session in the Main ( ,n connection w ith Graham Me
Lounge of Graham Memorial. Thejmorial's 25th anniversary.
exact time of the concert has not
been set. said Armstrong. No ad
mission fee will be charged for
Tickets aire "going well", for
the three-day festival, according
to Armstrong, he reminded stu
dents that GMAB has only a lim
ited number of tickets for the
Mitchell-Ruff ccteert Friday,
Feb. 15, and the formal Louis
Armstrong dance Safurday, Feb.
16. night. Tickets are an sale at
the Graham Memorial Informa
tion Office, Kemp's, The Y In
formation Office and through In
terdormitory Council representa
tives. The Germans Club and GMAB
have combined their efforts for
the weekend. Students wishing to
Two UNC Students To
In Exchange With N.Y.
Two UNC students will repre -
sent the University in a student
exchanee Drosram which has been
with t Sarah
Collese of Bronxville. N. Y.
I Two coeds from Sarah Lawrence
will come here as part of the pro -
Tho nrnnrm viin hp hplH iur-
ing the two week period from
Feb. 14 to March 8, according to
Miss Faith Learned, chairman of
the X,udent exchange committee ut
The program is a feature of a
two week program planned by
the student exchange committee
of Sarah Lawrence. Included in
the exchange are one northern,
one southern and one midwest
DUSineSS; AOOeiling j come during the March 3 week-".
Positions Are Listed j end.
Positions arc now open in Thej " During this weekend, she ex
Daily Tar Heel's business and ad- j plained, Sarah Lawrence would be
vertising offices. ! holding an educational conference
This was announced yesterday j to which thirty or forty eastern
by Businc-j Manager Bill Bob Peel! colleges will be invited. Robert
and Advertising Manager Fred j Hutchins, former president of the
Katzin ! University of Chicago, will be the
Peel announced an opening for I keynote speaker, she said,
a coed "who can type and who; INTERVIEWS
does not have afternoon classes.! Four UNC student officials will
It takes about one and one-half , hold interviews for those interest-
hours a day for five days a week."
The job pays a '"small token sal
ary," said Peel. "It's good busi
ness experience," he said.
Katzin invited students who
want to sell advertising to contact j be Interfraternity Council Pesi
him at the newspaper's office in ; dent Ed Hudgins, Interdormitory
Graham Memorial any afternoon j Council President Sonny Hallford,
between 4 and 5. i Miss Funk and Young.
Crisis In Students Initial
attend the Louis Armstrong con
cert will have to have Germans
Club bids. Germans Club mem
bers will not have to buy a ticket
to attend the dance Saturday night.
.Mardi Gras is being presented
v A group of students was plan
ning to celebrate last night's
basketball victory over Maryland
by meeting the returning team
at 6:50 this morning.
Bob Stanley, the group's spok
esman, said he and others were
going from room to room in
dormitories and fraternities in
an effort to recruit 1,000 stu
dents. He wanted to meet the
team's train as it pulled into the
Raleigh railway station.
The team's airplane was
grounded in Washington after
last night's game, and the trip
had to be continued by rail.
i The two students from UNC will
not go for the iuii period, how -
! ever, accordins to Student Body
President Bob Young.
WEEKEND . -
j Young explained in , a letter to
; Miss Learned the students would
j probably stay only over the week-
oud of March 3. He said there
was a possibility of the " students
staying there for one week but
definitely not for two.
The tight academic schedule
here prevents stuocnis from going
for the full period, according to
Miss Katherine Carmichael, dean
Miss Learned expressed hope
to Miss Peggy Funk, chairman
of the UNC Women's Residence
Council, that if the students"
from UNC could not attend for
ed Friday, Feb. 15 in the Wood
house Conference Room of Gra
ham Memorial.. The interviews
will start at 4 p.m.
Conducting the interviews will
Prices, Parking Lots
Discussed At Meetinq
By NEIL BASS
"Students must lace the value of integrity it they are to
overcome the current crisis in student initiative," Director
of Student Activities Sam Magill said last night.
Magill addressed the University Party at its regular
Tuesday night meeting. He spoke on Administration .Views
on Student (iovernment Problems.
The two premises upon which the University adminis
tration bases its student government policy, according to
(i) The demonstrated ability of students to discipline
themselves which is the basis of ; -ono, c..c
(2) That student self-government
is educationally sound toward pre
paration of students to accept their
role in later life. j
Of 38 Polled
Louis Round Wilson Library
placed 26th among the list of 38
libraries in the Assn. of Research
Libraries in number of volumes.
This figure was quoted in a re
port in Library Notes, a news bul
letin for Library personnel. The
statistics are for the 19oo-ofa
school year and were collected by
l-the Princeton University Library.
According to Library Notes, I high, but that the University should
Carolina moved up from a stand- not delve into the situation. He
ing of 27th which it hzd during j aL mentioned the Umstcad Act
the 1954-55 period. Wilson Li- j which prohibits the University's
brary ranks 25th in the amount j entrance into competition with Fo
spent for books, periodical and j cal merchants.
Number one on the list was Har
vard, with 6,085,761 volumes. Caro
lina is listed as having 831,119
volumes. $139,934 was spent for
books, periodicals, binding re
binding as opposed to Harvard's
$595,374. The average amount
spent wa approxmately $218,667.
Of th? 38 libraries listed 21 had
over a million volumes in their
collections. Duke University rank
ed number 13 in the list.
j Interested students have been
1 asked to contact the student gov
i ernment office in Graham Me-
morial to give the time they
would like to appear ociore the se
Young said he would like to
send one male and one female
student to the program.
The purposes of the program
are to better relations between
colleges, to broaden and evalu
ate educational goals and to pro
vide an opportunity for compar-.
ing and discussing student ac
tivities and organizations, ac
cording to Miss Learned.
While the students are taking
part in the program, they will at
tend classes, meetings and other
campus activities which will be
helpful in providing a better un
derstanding of the college.
.. The only expenses for those go
ing to Sarah Lawrence would be i
for transportation. Young said leg;:
islation would be introduced at the!
student legislature meeting Thurs-
day night to provide transporta
tion money for those chosen.
Miss Learned said in a letter
to Young she felt the exchange
would be "an especially profit
able way of comparing the dif
ferent problem of a small pro
gresive women's college and a
large coeducatioal university. "
UNC Chancellor Robert B.concerts and Parties are oa ,he
House, Director of Student Affairs ! agenda for lhe Prin -mcstcr-Sam
Magill and Dean Carmichael ' Any men interested in singing
also agreed the program would be with the Glee Club this semester
worthwhile. They urged UNC stu-! have been asked to contact Ce
dents to participate. tcr at Hill Hall.
After stipulating these adminis
tration premises, Magill went into
a detailed discussion of the various
problems confronting student gov
ernment currently.. These were:
(1) Crisis in Student Initiative:
At this point. Magill said student
government was in a "depression"
and mentioned increasing violations
of the Honor Code, cosumpton of
alcoholic beverages, unwillingness
of students to discipline thom
jelves. (2) Traffic Problm: Along this
line, Magill suggested construction
of a "multi-level parking lot"" north
of the University medical area. He
also said that limitation of stu
dent autos was only a "temporary
relief" and that more permanent
; action must be taken soon
(3) Prices in Chapel Hill: Con-
I cerning this area, Magill said he
! felt downtown prices were a bit
(4) New Fraternty Court: Here
Magill said work on the new court
had been halted due to complaints
from residents on Chase Ave. Uo
?mphasized, however, that he felt
construction should be resumed to
provide for necessary expansion.
Magill said that complaining resi
dents should consider the Univer
sity's necessity for growth.
(5) Book Exchange: During dis
cussion on this subject, Magill said
he felt the exchange's profit of
$45,000 per year was not unreason
able sincfb Lhe profits were going
fo student scholarship.,-. Several
Uudcnt agencies have requested
! lortiens of the exchange's profits.
(6) Student Union: Here Magill
called construction of a new ex
panded student union building a
1 'priority need." He also expressed
! opinion that provision of funds for
! the building should come from tho
; state legislature. The current buiH-
mg wa built through private con
! tributions, Magill said.
; Following MagiU's talk, party
j Chairman Mike Weinman urged
i members to begin thinking of can
didates for the coming election
In Hill Hall
For Glee Club
Tryouts for membership in the
UNC Men's Glee Club for the
spring semester are being held
dailv in Hill Hall.
. Joel Carter, director of the
club, will hold the tryouts daily
from 4-6 p.m. in 208 Hill Hall.
President Zane Ergle announced
Monday at the club's regular meet
ing that the auditions will con
tinue through Wednesday. Feb.
A four-day concert tour through
, North and South Carolina, a joint
i concert with the Woman's College
! Chorus in Greensb -ro, campus