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VOL..LVII NO. 122
TM!.C. ' LIBRARY
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For news of campus.- state and
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Complete (P) Wire Service
Win In Three Overtim es, 54-53
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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1957
Offices in Graham Memorial
FOUR PACES THIS
I hen Broke Loose
KANSAS CITY (AP) A wild swapped words and were restrained
uprising Involving coaches and by other plays from coming to
players broke out in the tension- blows.
ricked game last night between Play was interrupted almost a
UNC and Kansas. The fracas start- minute while tournament officials,
ed when Wilt-The-Stilt 'Chamber-; assisted by policemen, restored
lain, Kansas' 7-foot .All - America 0rd3r. No blows were exchanged,
star, and Carolina's Pete Brennan merely words,
came in contact on the floor,
... . Kansas Coach Dick Harp rush
ed cut en the floor. This brought
Frank McGuire, North Carolina
coach, rushing to the Kansas
Qui go S
A Durham man had his legs
crushed last night in an automo- bench wnere he apparently chal
bU accident in front of Chi Ome
ga House during a mass demonstra
tion which saw thousands of stu
dents and several , hundred auto
. Benny Deaton, a studeiit frorn
Duke, was admitted into Memorial
Hospital shortly after 1:00 a.m. for
what was reported as multiple
rractures of both legs.
Deafen, was riding the front
fender of a '4? Ford which crash
ed, into the rear of a '56 Ford
throwing him from the car and
pinning him between.
Also admitted for treatment as
result of the wreck was a Mrs.
Crotskey of Durham.
Deaton gave his adress as 110
Hyde Park Ave, Durham.
lenged Harp's nght to go onto
AVhile the capacity crowd , of
10.500 yelled, a crowd gathered
-round the Kansas bench. Reaves
Peters, tournament director, and
Dutch Lonborg,. Kansas athletic
director, who is chairman of the
NCAA basketball committee, rush
ed in to calm the situation.
around the two teams and broke
up the gathering.
The Tar Heels set some sort of
a tournament record in using a
total of six overtime session.; to
win the championship. The na-
! ton's No. 1 team needed three
(See PRESSURE, Page 4)
Uniformed police also doved in
to ths highly - agitated crowd
By LARRY CHEEK
Special To The Daily Tar Heel
KANSAS CITY North Carolina's. Tar Heels proved
they are the nation's No. l basketball team here last night.
They did it by beating Kansas and Wilt The Stilt Cham
berlain, 54-33. m a triple-overtime battle that left 10.500
fans gasping after the hectic conclusion.
Joe Quigg. f-t) center, who did a miraculous delensixc
job on Chamberlain, was directly responsible for Carolina's
bringing home the National Col
legiate basketball championship
from this midwestern city.
put his team ahead for the first
time at the 11:33 mark. 36-33.
From here on out it was sec-
It was Quigg's two free throws saw, with Kansas maintaining a
with six seconds to go in the ' very slight advantage, men wuu
final overtime that brought Caro;
lina the championship. And it was
Quigg's interception of a Kansas!
1:45 to go, Rosenbluth fouled out
and Kansas. took the lead at 44-41.
But Tommy Kearns and Quigg put
OF RECENT DISTURBANCE:
M l -C5taie Legislature :A
Attacks News Reports
RALEIGH The North The student legislature, in its
Carolina State College student leg-' resolution, said "false reports" of
islature Friday voiced strong criti- the riotj "have greatly magnified
cism of news reports covering a the adverse effect on the student
March 7 riotous disturbance on the body as a whole, although thelna
college campus - I )orly of students had nothing to
In "a resolution to be sent to all . do with the rioting."
the state's "major newspapers,
the student legislature asserted
that reports of the riot were
"greatly distorted in order to
create sensational news stories."
: The resolution asKea tne newv t
papers to "correct said stories pub- j A former LNC Sociology pro
lished in their newspapers." . fessor- ?r. Nicholas T. Demerath.
College officials said n investi- returned to Chapel Hill over the
gation backed up the stand by the weekend for a short visit.
students, and showed no evdence ! Dr- Demerath, along with his
e! auto tires slashed, automobles Wlfe d two younger children,
.,.,.,,h r nth0r sHouS dam- 5i0PP tTe 10 see some inenas
1957 National Basketball Champions
The happy group pictured above is the UNC basketball team Ken Rosemond, Bob Cunningham and Tommy Kearns. Standingleft
jiicCA.S.,urdV "i9ht deeted ,h University of Kansas Jaykawks, to Hght, are Coach Frank McGuire, team manager Joel Fleishman.
54-53m thr.e overtimes. Joe Ouigg sank two foul shots in the fading . . , , . . , j " . '
seconds'to faring the TirHeels f rom behind to take th. Krml RMwllutlv J ,Qui89, Pet. Sreiman and Assist
ing, left to right, are Roy Searcy, Gehrmann Holland, "banny Lotz. Coch Buck Freeman- Not Ptured is John Lacy, trainer. -
pass, intended for Chamberlain, l the Tar Heels back into conten-
that insured the-dream victory. tion and the regular game cnutu
The battle of titans was a fitt- h a deadlock. 40-46.
ing climax to the. long NCAA I the first ?ime??l
grind. UNC was rated No. 1 in ! each team sreatwo 1 s -all
the major olls with Kansas ; Bob Young and Chamborla.n
1. j j 1 matched baskets. Each team went
close behind in second place at radlL"-u .-tn,n
the regular season's end. And 1 scoreles. in the second overtime
when all the shouting of the but both missed numerous oppoi
NCAA title game was over, it was i t"niies to win' .
still Caroling No. 1. - j The stPs were -pulled out m
Carolina won without their All-j (See QUIGG, Page 4)
American ace, Lennie Rosenbluth. j -Rosenbluth
fouled out with 1:45 I THE BOX
tr an in th reffiilatinn Same, and 1 Mnrth Carolina G F
V - c - tiw
was not available for the three j Rosenbluth i
overtimes. But his teammates Lotz f
proved up to the challenge.
TO WORK IN PHYSICAL THERAPY
Uiehel Resigns Y Position
By NANCY HILL
degree in 1937 from North Central man Camp, Campus Chest; the ; .
John Riebel, associate director College, 111., and his Bachelor of Film Forum; . publishing of the
ef the YMCA, hay resigned his po- j Divinity from Yale in 1951.
Here On Visit
age to cars.
The riots, which resulted in city
court fines for 17 of 26 students
arrested by Raleigh police, broke
out near Reynolds Coliseum the
first night of the Atlantic Coast
He is on his way to New York
on a business trip.
He stayed at the home of Dr.
Paul Guthrie of the Business Ad
ministration School while here.
Carolina Handbook, student direc-
North Carolina in July, 1951.
He is married to the former Peg- the Y.
gy Ann Royall of Elkin, and has
sition, it was announced here Sat
urday. Riebel, who has been here for
six years, has resigned in order
to work in phvsical thereapy at j one child, Joyce Elizabeth,
Duke Hospital in Durham. His months. He i
resignation will become effective Community Church
at the end of this month.
Chancellor Robert B. House ex
pressed regret over the announce
ment. But he also offered his con
gratulations. . .
Reibel joined the University of tory -and "Y C"ourtcr'; the social
committee and public relations for
Tonight At 8
Chamberlain got 23 points
while Rosenbluth had. 20 when he
made, b is. ?Ut- v r
It was the second consecutive ; Kearns g
triple overtime game in as many j Totals
nights for the Tar Heels. Fridy Kansas
night they whipped Michigan ; Elstun f
State. 74-70, in a semi-final test. ! Loneski f
Carolina initiated stalling tactics J L. Johnson f
at the opening tipoff, and jumped Chamberlain c
to a 19-7 lead. Kansas then scored King g
10 straight points, before the Tar Parker g
Students of Walter Golde, form-
In addition Riebel has served as
a co-chairman for campus obser-
a member of the vance of United Nations Week,
worked witn the Cosmopolitan ; js open to the public, free of
In addition to his duties with Club, served on the Student" Com-! charge.
Golde came to Chapel Hill from
I Heels could rally to run up a 29- Billings g
' . . 0 Vinlftimo cnrpaH Totals
er voice teacher at New York's " . ... ..
Steinway Hall, will present a pro-j The Tar Heels A on top un- orth Carolina
gram of operatic arias by invita- i til Kansas guard Maurice Kmg Kansas
tion of "Les Petites Musicales" to
day. ! TO STUDENTS
The performance will be given
0 2-3 2 2
0,2-2 1 2
6 11-16 3 23
3 5-6 4 11
2 0-0 0 4
0 0-0 2 0
15 23-33 15 5t
29 17 2 0 6 54
22 24 2 0 5 53
at 8 p.m. in Graham Memorial and
the Y, Riebel served, as general mittee of the Area YMCA Board-,
chairman of former Chapel Hill and aided in bringing foreign stu-
Mayor Ed Lanier's committee for dent speakers to the campus,
community observance of United COORDINATOR
Nations Week in 1952. He served He served recently as a coordin-
Houj' said "We hate to lose him in the same capacity under Mayor ator for a delegation from the Uni-
but we congratulate him on going j O. K. Cornwell here in 1955.
into something he wants to do. We ! DUTIES
wish his well' in his new job.
The associate director was grad
uated from a Duke , University
Riebel's duties as Y , director
have included coordinating religi-
years ago at the urging of his
close friend, Norman Cordon, who
felt the need for a man of his
He resigned from the Univers
Jt,. . . . j : 1 c u 1 r r.i : ; i : 1 .1
Ccnfcrence basketball tournament. iaoL J,ul,ll"cl 1JU 1S i ui mcuiime mc-
ParL-in- flirriniliie inrludin" the teaching at Washington Universi-j rapy course, receiving his degree lains.
hiofkin-r nf Riurlrnt narkin? lot..! l' in St. Louis, where he is head
were cited as a factor.
. The student Judicial board at
the college dismissed charges. of
"ungentlemanly conduct" against
the 23. It said there was no evi
dence to support the charges.
of the Sociology Dept.
in 1944.; ,s . i , " I He also i.: responsible, as asso-
He received his Bachelor of Arts i ciate director of the Y, for Fresh-
vecsity of Florida investigating in
tegration at the Univ.erity.
Riebel is now serving as secre
tary-treasurer of the National Stu- caliber in North Carolina.
ous activities including Campus dent Secretaries Assn. Since the
Christian Council and church chap- resignation of Kirsten Milbreth, he lections from: "Minon" bv Am-
1 A 1 t
nas iaKen ner pisce as secretary-; broie; Tschaikowskv's "Romeo
treasurer of the state organization
of campus religious workers.
New York's Steinway Hall where
he was noted for his work in pre
paring singers for the Metropoli- j
, " .,, , ! president of the student body, Sat
come, to Chapel Hill some four . v u . '
Evans Vows I o Bring
Sonny Evans, SP candidate for i measures to encourage those al
ready in student government ?nj
urday announced some further fea-
I tures of his platform.
He promised to "take the stu-
' dent government clO-vr to every
those who -wish to work for it to
participate more closely in the gov
In his statement, Evans strewed
t . it -C
" nntino that a mftd Tiai tne U fa mere are areas 01 unr
The program will include se-I J ' . . (iin,)in,r L.P5civ(, student government ac-
1 Muueuis aic diicauj jai uuiaiiii0 1 o- r,-
tion vvhch can best be achieved in
in the various branches and agen-
A compulsory meeting of all can
didates running fyr office in the
spring elections will be held Mon
day at 7:30 p.m. in Gerrard Hall,
according to Arthur Sobcl. vice
cljafrman cf the Elections Board.
Any candidate not In attendance
may.be disqualified from the elec
tion, he said. Excuses may be ob
tained by contacting Ralph Cum
mings, chairman of the Eelections
Bard, within 43 hours after the
Excuses will be issued only for
special circumstances, Sobel said
The public has been invited to
attend the meetings as the candi
dates for student body offices and
editor of the Daily Tar Heel will
make short speeches, Sobel added.
K ' -, - h :
and Juliet." and "Pique Dame';';
"Der Rcsenkavalier" by Richard
Strauss; "Die Meistersinger" by
Richard Wagner; and "The Sec
rets of Suzanne" by - Wo'lf-Fer-
Donna Patton, Martha Fouse,
Jan Saxon and Jean Vernon will
j sing soprano solos as will Anne
cies under the Student Constitution.
co-operation with the faculty and
the administration. These are pro
grams in which the students do
EXPEDIENCY j not have the authority to make
' Evans pointed out that under !laVs St but Where they can, through
the merit system inaugurated last j "j;ane and well-presented aru
spring by the SP administration, j ments," persuade the higher pow-
many offices have been filled by
hard-working members which had
formerly been held by what he
i Moore, a mezzD soprano. Tenors ; termed "officials chosen on the
will be Gene Stras-sler and Robert bask- of political expediency.
Andrews. Also appearing will be
! Edgar vom Lehn, a baritone.
Ncrman Cordon will act as mas-
! ter of ceremonies and sing two
bass solos from "Faust." In ad
dition, he will sing the role of
Hans Sachs in the quintet from
Miss Saxon appeared last sum
mer in the "Lost Colony" outdoor
Evans said he plans to extend
this merit system, and also to take
Ragsdale -To Be Chairman
Of Council For Next Year
crj to their view.
As examples of such co-operation
in the past year, Evans cited the
new cut system, the student par
ticipation in selecting the new
chancellor, the inauguaration of
date tickets for some of the foo
fcall games and the temporary re
moval of parking restrictions in
Evans expressed the belief tliat
The Men's Council, UNC stu- similar co-operative advances could
dent judiciary group, will be head-'be made in the future, particular
ed during the coming year by ly in two area:-.
drama. A native of Charlotte, she j George R. Ragsdale Jr., a rising DATE TICKET
recently won the N. C. State Fed- j senior from Raleigh. J The first of these is the extension
eration fo Music Clubs contest, j Ragsdale was chosen this week of special date ticket prices to
Bo'Ui she and Miss Fouse are well j to succeed James Exum of Snow more if not all of the home fout-
known for their appearances in Hill as council chairman. Other . ball schedule.
After The Game Celebration On Franklin St.
Five made victory in Kansas City and while thty sat exhausted Franklin St. was blocked for 20 . minutes. Students would not
two thousand students celebrated their victory. The student pictured let -the cars backing up for two blocks each wy pass They sat on
at left climbed atop the post office corner soplight to lead the the cars end threw toilet paper rolls on top of them,
cheering crowd which, right, turned on the photographer. photo by Norman Kantor
All of the male singers have
had extensive experience in local
Miss Patton, a junior at UNC,
appeared earlier this ear in "The
Magic Flute," while Miss Moore
is making her first appearance as
a soloist in Chapel Hill.
new officers are Gary E. Cooper
Second is the establishment of
cf Salisbury, clerk, and Tucker a reserve fund fcr the repair of
Yates of Asheboro, assistant clerk. dormitory television sets. This
During the 1956-57 school year j would be accomplished, according
Ragsdale has served as clerk of i.to Evans, by allocating a percent-
the council. As part of the UNC
student council system, the Men's
Council serves as a court for try
ing violators of the Honor System
and the Campus Code.
age of the profits from the dormi
tory vending machines for this use.
He said a report on the feasibili
ty of such an arrangement will hi
completed this month.