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VOL. LVII, NO. 154
Complete iff) Wirt Seme
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1957
Office t in Graham Memorial
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in" the " Sound and Fury production "Thieves'" Motiday,"i
Jane Brock, from Atlanta, Ga. She will do the Dance of the Three
Veils. The shw starts tcnight at 8 jn Memorial Hall. It will continue
through Monday. Photo by Fred Powledge
ON SPRING TOUR
Members Of Glee Club
Are Noisy And Hustling
By BEN TAYLOR
Th- UNC Men's Glee Club end
ed its annual spring tour on a
contrasting note of sobriety when
it rounded out its last day of tour
ing by sight-seeing at Fort Sumter,
The group spent four full days
traveling over most of eastenn
North and South Carolina, with
full concerts at least twice a day
keeping the 33-member group
hustling. They spent the final
day as the noisiest group of tour-
from in years. ...
In jubilant contrast to the fall
tour. th3 bus left Chapel Hill on
time, rne jour nour aeiay oi lasi
fall was conspicuously absent.
The first stop was made at
Rocky .Mount nigh School. There
the club enjoyed a delicious meal
anu rewarueu uie iuyu
S 1 I 1 ' knA1rn1 nurlS.
torium witn a concert wnicn, wim
its number o comical selections,
was received with enthusiasm.
From there they went on to
Edenton. where a full concert,
complete with tuxedoes and glar
ing lights, was given at the Eden
ton Grammar School.
The contata. "Testament of
Freedom," by Thompson, was the
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nnar ranacitv audience of around
300 was on hand to hear the Glee
After a night's stay in Edenton,
the club moved on to Camp Le-
jeun3 High School for dinner and
hundred students a
heard the club perform
r was the next
stop for the touring men. There we ii A ov.v.. .
they were assigned residential ists for the last time,
homes for the niglit. A full con-j After dinner, the tired group
cert was presented in Winyah headed for Chapel Hill, arriving
High School, with the calypso just in1 time to lend their weak
numbers by guest artist Hoke voices to the cheering for the Car
Simpson and his quartet high-olina-Kansas ball game. '
lighting the evening. A birthday j
cake in honor of director Dr. Joel i
Carter adorned, the piano during
the concert. A sellout crowd heard
the program. Afterwards a sup
per was given for those members
who escaped" making acquaint-
I ances with the local female popu-
Friday morning, the group trav
; eled to Charleston where they pre
I sented several numbers before
the television cameras of WCSC
tV. At 1:30 p.m. the club gave a
j program for the Chicora High
.school. Approximately 700 people
'crowded the high school gym:
; nasium for the presentation,
few hours later, the club
amused itself 'by singing in the !
streets while hey waited for their!
Publicity Chairman to telegraph'
hearing 34 signatures
a g nQte Qf gQod Juck to
the UNC basketball team then in
PVr dinnpr that nieht. most of
the club gathered at a famous1
restaurant in downtown Charles-1
ton. Unon completion ot tne
meal, they appropriately render -
ed several choruses of "Hark me ( w """ wc t""".
i Sound." They were suddenly and.aid Hallford.
foundly complimented by a bushy Jojuer Jerry Bayncs, presi
haired 19th century Carolina ' dent5 Jamcs AVhlte, Robert W.
alumnus who profusely smiled
d shook hands with lhe energy
"1 Ue E,,
' called for a boat ride to Ft. Sum-
ter. The vv'arm spring sun sil -
houetted the club as jt sang the
tertainmg me passengtxs ui uc
boat as it sped toward the island
luted irom me tivu war rem: as
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TEHRAN, Iran (AP) The
Shah's Imperial Government today
offered to let the bandit kid
napers of Mrs. Anita Carrol go
unpunished if they will return
This .was coupled with a U.S.
Embassy offer of ransom in any
amount of money for her safe re-f
Both desperate inducements are 1
being broadcast hour after houri
on the. Iranian State Radio. '
The pretty 35-year-old Ameri
can woman was captured last Sun- f
day by southeastern desert thugs
after they killed her husband and
i another American Aid Official and
two Iranians traveling with them.
An authoritative source said
the Shah's government, while will-
ing to ransom Mrs. Carroll, is
(fearful of the effec this might
f have' on other outlaw tribes in
! Southern Iran. Other Americans
, are working in the U. S. Aid Pro-
gram there. '
All security establishments in
the area have been ordered to
provide military armed escorts for
I American vehicles.
The broadcasts from Zahidan.
i where Kolpiri has established
headquarters in the search for
t Mrs. Carroll, said the ransom
would be paid in any currency the
bandits propose and deposited at '
aov place they surest for her re-1
Government experts believe that
j because the bandits want foreign
currency to buy arms and other
goods unavailable in Iran they
may soon make a ransom proposal.
WASIUXGTON . ( AP The
United States and its European said
Allies today lined up support of "CONSIDERATION
thiif m-ivatu ehinnintr firm fnr a "I gave these sentiments ser
snail's pace return to use of the
dent Sonny ,iallord Friday an.
nounced the candidates for IDC
president and vice president to be
elected Tuesday, in conjunction
with the, campus election.
Cobb Billy Bailey. Bill McGee,
Rush Bradshaw and Jerry Shaver,
president; Ray Stanley, Bill Ser- j
mons. Erwin Fuller and Avery '
Thomas, vice president.
Winston Frank Bero presi
dent; Billy Burke. Juan Canas
and Dom Gable, vice president.
' Everett Warren Miller and
Rudy Edwards, president; John
Oliver and Jimmy Highsmith, vice
Old East Kelly Wallace Jr. and
Thomas TJoore; Gilbert Huffman,
Tliomas Brandon and Thomas
Iluss, vice president.
Rowland, president; Gus Revis,
Alexander-David Parrish, Rand
BaiIev John Hammctt, Lawrence
' c with the second highest total
Owens, presidents Duke Haynie,
t Parks Helms and Bob Bingham,
, Batlle.Vance.pelUgrew Bob
, Ed Proeschel.f Bm Porter and Mal.
, , . . .
nlm Gav vice nresident.
ICBlUVUia LIS UIK,
.. Activities scheduled for Gra
ham Memorial today include: Pe
tite Dramatlque, 7:30-10 p.m.,
Roland Parker Lounge 2.
Campus News Is First,
Says Editor Candidate
Campus news should come first,
acding tp Neil Bass, candidate
or cauor ot Ane uaiiy lar Heel,
is a definite place for a national
and international 'News in Re-
As I spoke to coeds in Mclver
and Alderman dormitories Thurs-
day .night, an interested young
lady in Alderman pointed out to
me that she felt national and in-
tcrnationl news was an integral
part of The Daily Tar Heel, Basjr4
ious consideration, as I shall al
ways give student opinion and
suggestions serious consideration.
: For it is vour newspaper: and
I should I be elected your editor,
i I shall not only gladly listen to ;
your suggestions towara matting
The Daily Tar Heel a better pap -
er; but I shall seek out your sug- j
estions," he said.
Although Bass feels the campus
should be more comprehensively
I covered, he stated he has never
advocated the complete revamp-
ing of the wire services.
But he would not have the pap-led
'si oases "Decome top-neavy
with stories from the wire ser
vices. For this could become, as
Bob Carter, candidate for treas- j
urer of the student body on the j
Student Party ticket, Friday said i
several jobs he has held on camp
us "have given me the experience
I' feel a student body treasurer
i should have."
As a candidate for this office.
he said "I would like to impress
upon me Muueuis uk: linpui lance i
ot experience and interest as a
prerequisite for the job."
Carter said his present position
as treasurer of the Men's Inter
dormitcry Council kept him in
close contact with' the Student Ac
Candidates for treasurer should
"have worked in finances," he
said, in order-4o obtain an "inti
mate knowledge of the job and
the work involved." He said he
felt he had these qualifications.
Carter said his position in the j
student legislature, where he is (
on the finance committee, has .
given him knowledge "as to where ;
the unappropriated surplus of
student funds goes.
He also said he w as on the bud
get committee "which is now in
the process of arranging next
"All these jobs have given me
the experience I feel a student
body treasurer should have. I
would appreciate your support in
next Tuesday's election," he said.
my former opponent Frank Crow-!in
ther, who withdrew to devote his !
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valuable services to the Carolina
which staffers might lean in lieu
of seeking out worthwhile campus ;
"Another point for considera-i
tion is that the wire services give
prestig- to the paper. Few col-
lege papers have wire services,
"Thus our paper, which enjoys
a leading - position among campus
papers throughout the country,
is considered a leader partially
because it offers national and in
ternational news to the students,"
"I have seen many mistakes
made by the paper in my
years' experience, editorially and
otherwise. But I am proud of the
'"F" w v.-
by oter colleges and' universities,
"Thus I would not relish doing
anything to lessen its prestige.
It would not be doing justice to
our great University and to you
as student subscribers." Bass said.
x y , ,
; waking minute, snouioi ue
your editor next Tuesday, to-
aiu giving -1 -;
which you will De proua, ,oa ;
willing." he concluded.
The UNC Naval ROTC Color
Guard. Drum and Bugle Corps and
Drill Team will march in the
Azalea Festival Parade in Wilm
ington today. '
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Shown above are Paul Carr (left) and George Ragsdale, candidates for the president of the senior
class. Carr is running on the Student Party ticket while the University Party is backing Ragsdale. Not
pictured is Harry Ellerbe, independent candidate for the position.
In Final C
Presidential candidates Bill
Baum, University Party, and Son
ny Evans, Student Party, issued
Friday their final statements con
cerning the campus elections
Baum stated: "If elected, each
of us (UP slate) will use his every
energy to do a job of which you
will be proud, and a job which
will merit your renewed respect
for student government."
Evans said: "If elected, I will
strive to represent all the student
body as it deserves to be rep
Baum aid, "I would like to
briefly outline again for your con-
sideration the University Party's
suggestions for a better Carolina
"1. If elected, my first official
act shall be to call into session
a Student Senate, composed of ( building. I definitely consider this
representatives elected from anyone of the most far-reaching con
by every dormitory, sorority and tributions that student government
fraternity in order to give each can make next year. This pros
student a chance to voice his opin- pectus will be presented to the
ions in determining the- objectives I"
toward which student -government
will work during the coming year.
"2. The UP will work in every
possible way with the administra
tion to s?e that the proposed park-
l6t plan is aPProved- and that
construction begins , immediately.
naving aDDroximatelv 200 -sDaces
will M'ork toward removing all
restrictions on student possession
i 01 cars.
"We will work for non-restricted
! parking in the Columbia St. area
and see every chance of accomp
lishing this goal; and the UP will
work with the University Main
tenance Dept. ' to outline into in-
J dividual spaces the parking area
in the "Lower " Quad . region .-s so as
to accommodate more cars in the
parking areas that now exist. 1
"3. The UP offers a plan for
an increase in Honor Council
membership, to make it possible
for a violator of the Honor Code
to not be tried by his investigat
ors, and we promise to' form an
Honor Council Study Commission
to study the present standing of
the Honor System within the stu
. "4. Finally, the University Par
ty will work with the University
administration to co-ordinate the
present preregistration and advis-
er se .o as tQ jcss;n confusion
mlgadvicei and to arrange a
whereby students needing
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en preceucuce in me . puiuug
I class tickets for those courses.
"We will do our best to have.
also, a student government that
is realistically geared to the needs j
whioh are of imDortanee to you
and to give every student the op-j
portunity to actively participate in
W I CI e
student government,'' Baum said. , Budget Commission next summer
"This will demand work, but 1 in an effort to bring the uniou
every person running with Uni-' program here into focus with both
versity Party endorsement is ready State College and Women's Col
and willing to give that work," . lege.
Baum stated. j "3. To work towards the eorn-
Evans summed his campaign,
"If elected president of the stu
dent body. I have promised to do
these things through student gov
ernment: "I. To separate the investiga
tion powers from the judicial
powers of the Honor Councils by
setting up an investigating body
for all cases. These individuals will
be appointed by the merit system
of appointments in an effort for
' fairer trial procedure and a less-
ening of the burden on the coun
cils. : .
"2. The preparation of a pros
pectus for a new student union
For Town Men
Arthur Sobel, vice chairman of
the Elections Board, recently an
nounced voting places for town
' men's districts.
Town district polling places for
Tuesday's election will be as fol
lows: t -
Town Men's I shall be composed
of all men students living in the
southern section of Chapel Hill
s6uthT? "Cameron "Ave"; and. vvet
of S., Columbia St. imaginary ex
This district shall include those
students living in the outlying
sections and cities which lie in ,
this directon. These men shall j
vote in the Carolina Inn, Sobel's
announcement said. j
Town Men's II shall be com-(
posed of all men students living
in the rectangle bounded by W. j
Cameron Ave., S. Columbia St., W.
Franklin St. and Carrboro City-
limits. These men will vote in the
Town Men's III shall be com
posed of all other students except
ing those provided for elsewhere
in these districts. These men shall
vote in Graham Memorial, the
Town Men's IV shall be com
posed of men students living in
Victory Village or the area bound-
ed by Jackson Circle, Mason -Farm
Rd., Raniels Rd. and Polk St. :
These men shall vote in Victory
j pletion of off-campus parking lots
! planned by the engineering de
, partment. I have suggested that
j we finance these lots by the im
i mediate borrowing of funds fron
available sources and that we pay
this back over the course of a
number of years by using the
money from the student fee on
"4. The establishment of a con
tingency fund for dormitory tele
vision set repair from a small
percditage of vending machine
profit. I explained to the Intcr
dormitory Council a few days ago
that for the first time, we will
have a relatively clear picture of
the use of campus stores funds
when the report of the Campus
Stores Committee is complete. If
this does . not prove feasible, I
pledge to them that I would sup
port a legislative appropriation to
match any funds that they would
raise for this purpose.
"The present SP administration
has made great strides forward
in lifting student government to
a position of such influence as it
now has," Evans said.
"These are just a few of these
things: the new fraternity court,
pension of lower date ticket
prices to au nome tooioau games,
continued pressure foi married
housing, continued efforts for
(See Filial Statements, rage 3)
IN THE !NFt?JAAY
Stvr ?r,ti tn )hs 1 n?5 rri ry 7
. Mia Lout Macfssac, Miss Ca
rol Goldman, Alvin Goodman,
Mii Sarah Parker, Jof Bickers,
Benton Beard, Howard Weiss,
Stanford Thompson, Roy Cash
ton. Jack Lawirtg, Darius Her
ring, Jthn Soloman, Gerald Sud
dreth, Jesse Burnam, Alfred
Dean, Norman Draper, Thomas
Sabeski, Curtis Fields, William
Smith, William Loftin, Joseph
Hewitt, Fred Phillips, James
White, Shelley Blake, Charles
Coley and Robert Lindsay.
The Gladstone - Disraeli period
in British history will be discuss
ed here at two separate meeting
Monday and Tuesday by Professor
Ecclcs. crt leave from Purdue Uni
versity's history department.
Sponsored by the UNC Dept. of
History. Prof. Eccles will lecture
to students at 12 noon Monday in
The University Party candidate
for senior class president Friday
said the class officers have "a con
crete and definite function io per
form for the betterment and en
joyment of the members of their
George Ragsdale. urging the
rising senior class "to unite be
hind the UP candidates". a i d he
believed the UP "has been fortu
nate in assembling what I believe
are the most outstanding mem
bers of an outstanding class."
Ragsdale said he considered tb"
selection of the UP senior cla
candidates "not so much an honor
as wc do an opportunity t: func
tion effectively in behalf of next
year's Senior class."
Believing his party has assem
bled the candidates who are pos
sessed of the qualities of leader
ship, Ragsdale said. "All of ua
are pledged and determined to
provide the seniors of next year
with whatever opportunities and
entertainment we can.'
Ragsdale said if elected, he
will "plan' to woik closely, with
Jim Raugh, present senior cla;
president, in his preparation for
Senior AVeek and other activities
concerning the senior clas. I be
(Sec RAGSDALE, i'ugc 3)