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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1957
Offices in Graham Memorial
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By. PRINGLE PIPKIN
. Thomas Willis Lambeth was na
med to replace Miss Linda Mann as .
the acting director of Graham
Memorial, Sam Magill, director of
student activities, announced yes-'
The announcement came after
Lambeth had been recommended
by the Graham Memorial Board of
Directors for the position, and the
recommendation had been approv
ed by Chancellor House.
Action on naming a permament
director was postponed pending an
informal review of the Graham
Memorial.-situation by the incom
ing Chancellor Aycock, according
Still being actively considered
fcr the position are: William Rion,
James Burgoyne," Charlie Gibson,
and Chester A. Berry.
Magill went on to say that the f
hiring of a permanent GM Direc-J
A 1 V '
ior xnusi wau unui me roie wnicn j
the student will play in the future j
nas Deen decided by tne incoming ,
The incoming Chancellor is ex
pected to begin work on this pro-
Outdoor Legislative Meeting
Under Davie Poplar Ends Year
During an open-air session undei the legislators that they were only Members of the University Traf
Davie Poplar the Student Legisla- j allowed one unexcused absence peri fic Committee will be: Ralph Cum
ture Thursday night approved all j session before they were unseated. I mings (chairman), Andrea Stalvey,
of Student Body President Evans' Erwin Fuller asked if the Long j David Mathews, and Jenky Jenkins,
appointments for student govern- Resolution was net due from the The Cam pu Traffic Board will
ment positions except those for one
The Legi&lat re-lso- passed tw
bills, both : introduced by Bob Car
ter. One will add the business man-! Speaker Furtado .named Tally
ager of the Carolina Handbook ; Eddings to be the Student LegU-la-to
the present membership of the! ture representative to the Carolina
publications board. ! Quarterly and John Brooks to re-
The second bill appropriated $10 1 present the Legislature on the Ca
to the. Woman's Residence Council I rolina Forum.
to pay its audit fee for the fiscal j The appointments which were
year 1956-57. i approved by the Student Legisla-
Carter said these bills correct j ture are: Summer School Men's
ed "oversights" in previous legis- . Honor Council, Sandy Saunders
lation. The two bills were passed , (chairman), Everette James, Henry
by ''special orders" which means j Harris, Craven Brewer, Douglas
they were brought to a vote at the
same meeting at which they were
introduced without passing through
the ways and means committee.
The Legislature returned to Pre-
sident Evans his recommendations
for the High School Honor System
Committee, -so he could give the
matter further study.
The new key which Speaker of
the Legislature Don Furtado tried
to use to open the Hall of the Phi
lanthropic Literary Society, the re
gular meeting place, would not
work. The Legislature then met
on benches near Davie Poplar.
Miss Julia Ann Crater, chairman
of the rules committee, reminded
5 Initiated By
Five seniors and three graduate
students were initiated into Kappa
Tau Alpha, journalism honor so
ciety, Wednesday evening at the
home of Dean Norvai Neil Lux
on of the School of Journalism.
Seniors elected are Joy W.
Brown, Myrtle Beach, S. C; Dor
othy Coplon. New Bern; John W.
Kiigo and Donald M. Seaver, Char
lotte, and ) Carolyn H. Seyffert,
New Castle. Pa.
Kilgo and Seaver hold the Gerald
W. Johnson and Louis Graves
Scholarships and Sanford the
Asheville CJitizen-Times Scholar-'
ship this year. they gave an appetizer party for
Students "snust be in the high-'all the new initiates of the sorori
est ten per cent academically and" 'ties on campus.
must have at least an over-all B
average and a B plus in journal
ism courses to be eligible for the
Th following activities are
scheduled for Graham Memorial
Faculty Newcomers, 8-12 p.m.,
Roland Parker Lounge Nos. 1,
2, 3,; Class Group, 11 a.m., Ro
land Parker Lounge No. 3 and
Woodhouse Conference Room.
. . neic director
a. . I U . 1 - ' T
Jin. eariy summer, ne is j
expected to determine the advisi-;
bihty of hiring a permament direc-. i
tor, his status in the University, and
the prospect of getting a larger ;
student union building.
ways and means committee, but be: Tom Overman, (chairman).
Speaker Furtado said the meeting J Hugh Pritchett, Bill Kendall. Louis
was ' a sp j wl" sassiwu,-u the -bill rTerr&it.Tom Poole, Norman Kan
will not be released' until next fall.! tor. Charles Colcy. Pat Gregory
Clark, David, Evans, and Jeff Hare.
Nancy Turner will be the repre
sentative of the Nursing School on
the Woman's Honor Council.
Andrea Stalvey will be the sec-
,retary - treasurer of the student body
during the first session of summer
Founder s Day, Parties
Mark End Of Semester
By SUE ATCHISON
MAY 15 was Founder's Day for
the Alpha Delta Pi's. The occasion
was celebrated with a buffet sup
per, attended by present actives,
pledges and Chapel Hill alumni.
The supper was followed with a
short program which included a
reading of the "Last Will and
Testament" and the "Prophecy"
fcr their graduating seniors.
THE ALPHA GAMMA DELTA'S
were busy yesterday selling the
cakes and cookies that they and
their alumni baked Thursday
evening. The proceeds from the
sale went to their altruistic pro- V
ject the fight against cerebral
DURING THE PAST two weeks
the Chi Omega's have been busy
entertaining. On Sunday, May 5th,
thev eave a tea to honor the fac
uty and then later In the week!
TOMORROW MORNING the Del
ta Delta Delta's are going to give
a breakfast honoring their, grad
uating seniors and members of
A SENIOR FAREWELL party
was given Wednesday evening by
the new initiates of Pi Beta Phi
for the graduating members. Dur
ing the evening skits were pre'
sented by the undergraduate mem
bers and each graduating senior
was presented with a silver Pi
Beta Phi spoon.
All the various aspects of GM
program will be reviewed.
During the past twenty-five years
there have been 15 acting directors,
Jim Wallace held the position for
the longest time, 1953-56.
Student Body president Sonny
Evans said that the question was
originally raised about the status
of the student union when the GM
Board of Directors began to try
to find a permanent director.
Tom Lambeth, who will assume
his duties the first of June, will
enter the graduate school to study
history. This year he will graduate
from UNC after majoring in hio
tory. During the past year Lambeth
"is a member of the Golden
Fleece, the President of Graham
j Memorial Activities Board, an ac
j tive member of the Student Party,
; a member of the Old WeJl and the
i Holy Grail.
"Tom's experience as a student
here in running the Grsham Mem-
orial program, and his recognized
abilities make him a capable person
to guide the GM program until we
(See LAMBETH, Page 3)
and Sarah Jane Shaw.
The Honor System Commission
will have Charles Huntington as
chairman. The other members are
George Ragsdale, Glenn Pickard,
Gary Cooper, Ken Hall, Mason Wil
kins, Tucker Yates, David Evans,
Hugh Patterson and Charles Ash
ford. The remainder includes-: Don
Furtado, Dave Davis, Charles Pit
tman, Allan Pultz, Dick Robinson,
Sue Atchinson, Doris Peter, Bobbi
Madison, Sarah Van Weyk, Cindy
Segraves and Betty Kell.
The members of the Victory Vil
lage Affairs Commission are: Al
Alphin (chairman), Ernest Aus-
(See OUTDOOR, Page 3)
Delta Theta's took a serenading
tour around campus to serenade
the girls pinned to their brothers.
Those , sprendaded included: Beth
Buie, Roberta Chapin, Susan Don
ald, Barbara Johnson, and Fay
RECENT P INNINGS include:
Barbara Herr to Glenn Holt; Pat
Wilson a Pi Beta phi, to Jim
Carraway a Pi Kappa Phi; and
Karen Hansen an Alpha Delta Pi,
to Ken Clark.
WEDDING BELLS will soon be
ringing for the following engaged
j couples: Sherry Puckett an Al
pha Gamma Delta engaged to Bob
Ratledge an, Alpha Kappa Psi
and Bettina Jinnette engaged to
Try-outs To Be Monday
For Commencement PlayS
Tryouts for two one-act plays
which will be presented during
Commencement Week, June 3, will
be conducted in the Playmakers
Theater Monday, it as announced
Both plays have been produced
on the Playmakers' stage in the
past, the announcement said. Miss
Page Williams' "The Spaceman
Cometh" will repeat it's April per
formance with the same cast.
Parts will be auditioned for
"Miss Carrie," by Miss Kit Single
ton Monday afternoon. The play
contains parts for five women and
one man, the announcement farth
Rules To Apply Till
Start Of Orientation
Summer rush rules for the' 24
social fraternities on campus have
been announced by Jerry Oppen
heimer, chairman of the Inter
fraternity Council Court.
The rules will apply from the
end of this spring semester un
til the beginning of orientation
Summer rushing is to be in
formal and the rules will affect
only those men who have not at
tended the university during a
formal rush period, according to
"During the summer the above
mentioned men may not eat. sleep.
or drink in a fraternity house, nor
may a fraternity or individual
fraternity member spend money
for the entertainment of such
men either in Chapel Hill or the
surrounding areas", Oppenheimer
Penalty for infraction of these
rules will be suspension of rush
privileges for a period to be de
cided upon by the I.F.C. Court.
The I. F. C. adopted these reg
ulations May 13; they will be en
forced by the summer I.F.C. Court.
Copies of the rules will be sent
to each chapter, and it should
be re-emphasized that the fra
ternities are expected to keep
within the spirit as well as the
letter of these regulations, accord
Old Well Pix
Jerry Oppnheimr, recently
-elected -president .ef "The Old'
Well, seid yesterday that Old
Well pictures are now available
in 306 South Building.
He urged all recent initiates to
stop by Dean Mackie's office to
pick them up, reminding them
that the pictures have been paid
for from initiation fees.
Editors Meet Here
Tar Heel newspaper editors
will meet here this weekend for
the eighth annual North Carolina
Editorial Writers Conference.
The conference will bring to
gether the state's top newspaper
representatives for a series of
panel talks, a critique of editorial
pages and a business session.
Highlighting the session held
yesterday was a panel discussion
last night on the topic, "Three
Years After the May 17 Supreme
Court Decision What Next in
Don Shoemaker, editor of
Southern School News, Nashville,
After Waiting Three Years
Report From Campus Stores
A report from the Campus
Stores Committee yesterday indi
cated that the Student Govern
ment has received long-sought in
formation concerning breakdown
spending of campus stores and
Over a period of several years,
student government here has at
tempted to solicit information from
campus stores concerning the
actual breakdown . of profits in
the various phases of these enter -
Recently, the Campus Stores
Committee, was supplied with the
first such report of breakdown
j spending in the long history i
, student government requests,
j The report of the committee to
Student Body President Sonny
Evans indicated that from total
profits derived irom campus
stores which include the Book Ex
change, the Scuttlebutt, the Cir
cus Room in the Monogram
Club, the Y book counter and
fountain and campus vending ma
chines, a total of $45,000; or 23 of
the profits, were turned over to
the Student Aid Division to be
used for scholarships.
W To Have Co-editors
Ilt was recently announced by the YWCA that Mia-s Mary Moore
?on and Miss Martha Fortune will serve as co-editors for the YW
handbook which will go out this summer to all of next year's in
I This is the first time for several years that the YW ha. had a
; handbook. According to Miss Mason, the Y feels that other campus
! handbooks do not have the space to give the incoming coeds the pic-
fe ot all activities that the Y sponsor, and consequently the coeds
. . -. 1.1 r a a 1 7ti:
arrive on this ramnns with little
them is on the campus.
The handbook, according to the
abbut what each committee of the Y does. In the back of the handbooks
will be detachable interest preference cards which the girls can mail
to the Y. This, according to Misj- Fortune, will inable the Y cabinet
mbers to know what girls are interested in working with them
their phase of Y work. It will also enable the Y to work with the
incoming girls on a more personal
Both editors are members of the
Publications Board representative, and Miss Mason as publicity chairman.
Miss Fortune is from Brevard
Depta sorority. MLs Mason is from
Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
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Progress Made Toward
WASHINGTON, (AP) Harold
v ctostpn vptf.rri3v reDorted
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fresh progress toward an East-
West agreement on partial disarm
ament. There is no question that we
are closer to agreement on a. first
sif'p," a small cut in armaments,
than we were when I was here at
Easter time," the administration's
disarmament chief said upon his
arrival by plane from London.
Negotiations with Russian rep
resentatives have been going on
in the British capital for the bet
ter part of nine weeks. British,
French and Canadian officials are
Term., moderated the discussion.
This morning newspapers and
their editors will hold editorial
critiques. Editorials will be cri
ticized by groups which have re--viewed
samples from the state's
daily and non-daily p a pe r &. A
business session will be held this
State Sen. J. Spencer Bell of
Charlotte will be featured speak
er Sunday at a Luncheon, com
menting on the new plan to study
and overhaul the state's adminis
tration of justice.
Editor Harry Golden of the
Carolina Israelite will speak to
night at a dinner.
A total of $10,000 derived from
Scuttlebutt and Monogram Club
exclusively, was earmarked fot
athletic grants' and aids, the re
port further indicated.
Of the entire total profit, ap
proximately 33 was meted out
for improvement and operating ex
penses of the enterprises included
Sonny Evans reported yesterday,
however, that the report is still
lacking in necessary and vital sta-
1 tistics, pointing out that student
; S0Vmment has .been promised a
J more complete financial statement
j by the end of this fiscal year
j (Ju,.v 1).
amcularly emphasized by
Evans as a field of interest to stu- meeting had been held on the mat
dent government was a detailed ter and added that a request for
accounting of each store and en- a meeting of the Stores Commit
terprise as to the manner and per- tee of the Board of Trustees should
centage each provided toward the So to the chancellor who can pass
Student Aid Fund. his request for such a meeting."
Contained in the Stores Com- Evans said yesterday that he
niittee report was a statement ' in- will take , the necessary action as
dicating that the upcoming f in- j suggested in the report by the
ancial report to the committee j Stores Committee. Members of
'would reveal the amount of pro-1 the Stores Committee has been
fit made from vending machines, ! comprised of Bob Young, John
books, supplies, the Circus Room, j Brooks and Sam Wells during
Scuttlebult, etc." the academic year 1956-57.
or no idea of what the YW s role
editors, will 'contain information
Y cabinet. Miss Fortune serves as
and is a member of Alpha Gamma
Roanoke, Va., and is a member of
, also taking part in the conference.
! Stassen said a plan now being
considered would call for mutual
reductions in weapons, manpow
er and defense spending, plus
aerial inspection of defined zones
in both the West and East. I
4 - - stressing that "many difficult
issues" remain to be settled, he'
said he was "neither optimistic
or pessimistic." But it was at this
point that hes commented on the
progress of the last four weeks.
9 Appointed To
Nine members of the president
ial cabinet were named recently
by Student Body President Sonny
Named to assist the president
in an advisory capacity" during
Brooks, Ralph Cummings, Whit
the coming year were: John
Whitfield, David Biren, Al Alphin,
CarolVn Wisler, Betty Huffman,
Sarah Van Weyk and Gerry Bou
dreau. Upon announcement of his cab
inet appointments, Evans said:
"Each individual realizes . the
potentialities of the Cabinet as
the executive arm of the presi
dent and I am certain that their
active participation next year will
be of great assistance to Student
In the 'discussion of vending
machines, the report pointed out
that: "For some time, it has been
the feeling of many students that
vending machine profits are de
rivr from the entire student body
and that they should be return
ed to . the individual dormitories
fop the advancement of their so
cial facilities and upkeep of t.v.
"Last year the specific request
mentioned in the preceeding para
graph was presented to the com
mittee and forwarded to the Trus
tees for action.
Business Manager. C. E. Teague
said that "as far as he knew no
Renovation Is Also
On Priority Listing
Hills t :uitliorif issnanee
trodmedin the General Assembly Wednesday would proide
loi- two new buildings and a ienoation on the aiii)n ol
the University here.
Two bills were introduced simultaneous in die Mouse
and Senate by Sen. Nelson
V Fnlk (i f ! lew land. ( haiinicn oi Hit
i Finanee Committees.
MARY ALYS VOORHEES
. . . editor of weekly
Mary Alys" Voorhees. journalism
major from Raleigh, has been se
lected editor of the Summer
School Weekly by the Summer
School Activities Board.
. The paper will be published
weekly cn Fridays beginning June
7 and concluding with the end of
second session t summer school.
Sam Magill, director of student
activities, will serve as advsor.
"The purpose of the weekly is
to give an overall view of summer
school life including campus or
ganizations, social activities and
"Not only do we want to just'
print the news 'but also to present i
it in an interesting and entertain- j
ing manner, Miss Voorhees said.
The editor, a rising senior, has
H 1 r? rrt c i A tiro K1 o -wwri-Iirrt n-itVi
publications in the past. At UNLC ;
she has been social editor for the j
(See VOORHEES, Page 3)
. Members of the
Alumni Committee are greatlv
pleased with the response of class
mates to their solicitations to join
the University's Alumni Associa
tion. They report some 300 senior?
as having already accepted the As
sociation's invitation to become
regular dues-paying members at
.the special first-year rate of SI.
Designed as a first step in or
ienting and organizing the "Alum
ni Class of '57," the committee
enlisted the active help of nearh
50 additional seniors as they un
dertook to solicit personally every
classmate in the on-campus phase
of enrollment just concluded.
Seniors living in town and
those away from Chapel 'Hill this
semester will be solicited via mail
during the final week of school.
In their announcement of solici
tation results to date. Co-chairmen
"Pokey" McSorley and Luth
er Hodges, Jr. expressed gratitude
(See ALUMNI, Page 3)
Veterans have been reminded
by Gen. Shepard's office to fill
out May applications before leav
ing school this semesier.
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ol S l o million in bonds
t Rowan and Kej.
I die Senate and I louse
The meney raisi-d from the pro
posed bond is-iic would pnnHW.
SI. 150.000 for a pharmacy build
ing, $222,000 to remodel Howell
Hall, and SI. 125.000 for a physics
Tentative plans hero call for the
School of Journalism to take over
the present pharmacy building,
when the proposed building foi
th? School of Pharmacy is om
Elsewhere in the Consolidated
University. State College in Hal
eigh would receive S2H2.0O0 for
utilities, repairs and expansions,
and ' SI, 125.000 for a cla-srooin
building. Woman's College in
Greensboro would get SI million
for a classroom building.
The remainder of the S10 mill
ion would be distributed among
other state-supported institutions.
k These projects are listed a
nrioritv in the legislation intro-
i duced Wednesday. The priori'o
list was adopted by the Joint Ap
1 propriations subcommittee. Mo-t
j of the projects listed in the bill
; are ''must items." accird:ng to
j University officials.
Members of the Consolidated
! University administration h e r e
were not available for comment
yesterday. Retiring Chancellor
Robert House said he h..d no com
ment until the measure comes up
for a vote.
The bonds provided for in the
measure would be issued without
a referendum n the question
They would be 20-year bonds.
The bond issue was recommend
ed recently by G. v. Hodjes in or
der to make 10 million in surplus
state funds available for pay raises
for teachers and state workers.
The bills were referred to re
j spective finance committee fd
J lowing their introduction.
6 Initiated By
in the Library Assembly It om.
The initiates included: Joy
Brown of Myrtle Death. S. C .
outgoing president; "Peg Humph
rey of Richmond. Va.; Jackie IIaiih
cock of Kannapolis; Joan McLean
of Weaversville: Winifred Martin
, of charlotte; Ruth Ru.-h of A-!u-
boro; Dell Hoyle of Durham, as
Mrs. Guion Johnson and Mrs.
W. S. Caldwell of Chapel Hill,
ilumni of Theta Sigma Phi. na
tional women's journalism .sorori
ty, performed the initiation cere
mony. The club Ls primarily for women
journalism students, but women
outstanding in campus publications
and planning to enter the field
of journalism after grachiati'n
may be asked to join. The require
ments are a B average in journal
ism and an overall C arra"
Jackie Haithcock was elected
president of the club for next
year by acclamation. Othere of
ficers are to be elected in th
fall. Seniors, Look!
You'll need six cents worth of
postage to mail those graduation
invitations this year, seniors.
A three-cent stamp isn't suf
ficiect postage to defray mailin.'
charges for the bulky invitations,
post office officials pointed uul