The editor mourns the death of
University liberalism on page w-
Continued Cloudy with scatter
ed rain today and tonight.
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1957
Offices in Graham Memorial
TWELVE PAGES THIS ISSUE
VOL. LVIII NO. 2
Complete (.T) Wire Service
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At 6:45 P.M.
A "Beat State" pa. ad? and pep
rally are scheduled 1 tday at G:4
p.m. to arouse enthusiasm l'cr ihe
State-Carolina iVuxbaU game Sat
Since the first Consolidated Uni
!ersity Day of this scholastic year
is beins held in coniunction with
the football game, other
Iv nn -I. KING
Tlic- lWul'4tt I 1 1 it i in KaUiJ'. i nv If -' 1 i i i 4, t!u- kin
that will open ilic n i-annl.n lotk wliitii Is. in lu !d i!u- i!u-r
major Student (ioxennnent Projects c-. m ho'i-.l lor lite
past sexeral years.
A new parking lot. lejiair lor donniioiA I V ncIn .nnl the
events ' 1 edecoration ol Memorial Hall aie the projei ! that, unto
and attractions have been planned j recent ly. had been rif used 1 ollii ial noiiui-n. I he p.iiKin
for Saturday. aiuj the repair pioram have heen started, and the pe-
The- parade toniglu will form at ,;,;,, m- IhihIn lor r lei ci at ill1' Memorial Hall iN now he
CHEERLEADERS LOOK TO 1957 FOOTBALL SEASON
Pictured looking toward 1957 football season are: Front row left to right: Ina Oregon; Patsy Poythress, Chapel Hill, N.C.; Nan Schaeffer, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Back
Gee Ridley, Courtland, Va ; Gail Willingham, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Arnold Garvin, rcw left to right: Carter Jones, Durham, N.C.; Jack Childs Wilson, N.C.; Harold Wil-
Aiken. S.C ; Frankie Black Head Cheerleader Kannapolis, N.C.; Amy Morse, Eugene, liamson, Sims, N.C.; John R. Whitty New Bern, N.C. (Photo by Bill King;
Woollen Gymnasium and follow a
route to Memorial Hall for a pep
rallv. Both the U.NC band and
tition lor I'iukIn lor u dei ci at inn Memorial
lore the liudet Utneau in Raleili.
The new parking lot. to-be finish- -
1 ..... . rcaair of dormiti.' .v
on ov laie ueiout-r, is unm
cheerleaders will participate in the vjth funds provided by the Univer
oarade and rally. sjty The cost of clearing, drain-
llie LAC cnccrieaciers. prepared,. ,..:,, ,.,,rhint about
UNC Campus Is Lively
On First Day O f Class
lu iwtsy Ai;i.i.i:it
I r).;la (
. -pisHles and j ,);)ilv
T'i- L'N'C earrpus is i;i full swing
;:ain villi all its 7.:()U people '
n.ake' tilings lively! The first day
of elflNse b: ought them into V
Ctii1'so tUi'i the doors were oer-
flovirt:, wlU sumnii
v. eekend pl.in.N.
Tiip roui only made Chap'! Hill
n'-iii nior hke Lome to the old
sfudmts- .nid introduced thr new
ernes lo the legertl thru no matter
),uv sunny it m;iy 'via miles
..wav. v ill neU.itly l.e laining
..I the Mill."
S.i. into the rain s udentN niust
t ip in d-.. .id it they are an -tiling
hke ro'i'iii" and le-nedy W.t
, i.,v. , ..i hr.'u'.t'-. Mi.it ar-n t fn
i -..ii-nt 1 )ti n ..(1 ll.i'A .it it'
i .ik ;" in l.u I, sou m;iy liml umre
it uple down ili.-re t'.ian i'.'. V Court.
1 )ro ad t.kes p'...( e .n entr.il
n rt.nU otlii r in t!"' ba incnt ot
ll.iues II. .11 tni new ;.ud old siu
(!. n: s It .. ,',1 end a! 1- :'- i' 111
Bui the r un not so f.:r tamed
things down une h:'!e bit. It hasn't
kepi ansoiit t : roMi attend ng tlie
ti.st d.i o! (hisses w .'iicli brought
on cases el b.tigue supposedly
held over trmn ot uiit.it ion week.
Big weekend plain for the State
(aiolin.i game like p'iority over
cl.iss vvorii how eves- l'.spei lally
sniie the vi itr.ig agiceaieii' with
Ir.aein y I. oases has just been
pa-s.;l ,,nd (lisTibuted t i all wom
en's dorms and sororities.
A total ot 2i .social and lour prn-h-s,t:;t
i , are oe the let The
men heaved s, '!is ol relief at the
n v. ;. since many ol them are gel
ling ce.mboN lor this afternoon.
And tne coed-, heaved other sighs
1. 1 lebet becaise tliCV Won't have
Filled At UNC
Dr. Harry Bergholz. a scholar ot
national and international reputa
tion, has accepted the position of
It is no mistake, then, to say Chief Bibliographer at the L'n.ver
that every'hin is in full swing ! sity of North Carolina Library, it
again. The stores are full, students j v as disclosed recently.
have colds and are broke ana me
department is busy. The
Tar Heel's truck has been
to miss anv of the fun this week
end. That is. if thev have dates!
Hurt By Lye
Dr. Iiergholz comes to Carolina : today, injuring 12 students
NEW YORK (AD A quantity MIAMI BEACH. Fla. (AP)
of he or other caustic was hurled James R. Hoffa said taday he ex-
. . . . . .... ....: a inn.sPntfl'inn of nine eirls from Car- the "Bell Tower Parking Lot
case into a history class at 1 nomas me teamsiers union uespue an . -
Jefferson High School in Brooklyn 1 attack on him by the AFL-CIO olina, State and WC vieing for the
and headed by Frankie Black, will
escort the football team to the
stage in Memorial Hall for a
"Meet tlie Team" interview.
Another highlight of the pep rally
will be a speech by head football
coach Jin Tatum. who will intro
i duce other coaches and co-captains
of the 1957 football squad
Saturday will feature
1 $35,000. was provided from Uni-
versity funds, and "not one cent"
! came from the funds taken from
I student car registration fees.
The funds from student car reg
i ist ration fees are in the Student
I Activities fund, and. if a sug-ges-!
tion from the business office is
This has been a project of the
student government for the past
five years, but at the suggestion
of Aycock and Branch, the pro
ject has become a reality.
The $30 per set allot ment is giv
en to the Student Government with
il.e suggestion that an arrangement
be made through the Purchasing
Dept. to have all the sets serviced
by the same repair company. The
suggestion does not have to be fol-
ceremonies during the followed, tne tees win oe uscu iu K.weu io oti-uc h.- ii.
the i furnish lighting ana a guaru uu , me anniuiu oi me aimi.iin
! not necessarily permanent. Accord-
Ethical Practices Committee.
missing for two days and it seems
that no one has seen the monster.
You would surely lonrember it if
Tniv;'s for "The I. ark." a Caro
lina Playmaker's production, have ,
I t en s( bed lied lor 4 (H) and 7:."V)
1 m . Monday. September Z. in
the I'lav maker's Theatre.
The play, which portrays the life
of Saint .loan, is directed by Kai
.1,. .;,'! en. ot the Play maker's
stall li will appear at the Play
maker Theatre October 16-20.
' 1 "ne I. ark' oilers many roles for
intcrc- ed Tar II. -els and experi
ence is not necessarily a prere
quisle for casting it was announc-
cd All interested persons are en
ecuraged to attend the tryouts.
with a Master of Science degree in
Library Science from ithe Univer
sity of Michigan where he was a
professor of comparative litera
ture. At Wilson Library, Dr. Berghol.
will evaluate the library's hold
ings and determine research and
teaching needs. He and faculty
members will cooperate in selecting
and acquiring books and journals
for the Library collections.
Two of the injured were taken
to Kings County Hospital, suffer
ing from burns of the face, neck
and back. The other 10 were treat
ed at the school and eight of Jthem
were sent home. " .
Authorities accused Maurice
Kessler, 17, Negro, of hurling the
During the half -tune program, j
student government presidents from
The committee charged the
union is corruptlv dominated. In
effect, At gave the teamsters a j tl,e three units of the Consolidated Manager of the University
Vnie hplvippn ousting Hoffa and!iii,.oit nA ih chairman nf i Th. Student Tvaffic C
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The new lot will hold 577 cars, j ing to Mr. Branch, the $50 is enough
The Division of Health Affairs is ; for repairs on two average tele
'.o receive 77 of the spaces and stu-' ision sets per year. The reason for
i dents to receive the remainder, ac- i the double figure was given as the
cording to Mr. Branch. Business abuse that these sets receive and
-'he continuous pcrlormancc.
flirt flii-ks T'lT Hnlct;iliinv; will ho
said in an interview he Immediately after the game, a
substance, and sad the attack ap-! believes the teamsters can get reception w.U be held in trout ot
parcntly stemmed from the arrest j along without the AFL-CIO but he i Graham Memorial ohe Tin Can.
last August of Kesler on a morals ! thinks everv effort should be j case of rain. Jim Crisp's combo (
some other leader; or being
polled from the AFL-CIO
Conmwittee 1 T'ie unused per', von ol the una
.. ;i! U. i.i s.liui-tsr. .f !h all.wat inn ill hp useil ; reol.ice oia S-i
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oi the student parking spaces, ac- , ;ind to add new ones. Tile repairs
cording to Sonny Kvans. Presi- ami repiaeemvn: of tl:e TV sets was.
dent of the student body. Kvans nniil now. taken itoin the Dorm
also stated that the Traffic Com- S:ci;d Fund and was handled by
mittee will decide how the lot is the individual dormitories.
charge. One of the boys in the
hospital, David Ozersky. 16. white,
was the complaintant in the case,
in which Kessler was freed on
S1.000 bail for grand jury action.
made to stay in the federation.
WASHINGTON' (A P) Secretary
1 Defense Wilson, to save money,
today ordired another lOO.OOO-man
cut in the military forces.
A native of Berlin, C.ermany.
Dr. Berholz has been associated
wlMi students and teachers in both
Europe and America. He studied
at the University of Berlin, where
he received the M A. and Ph.D.
degrees. He has also studied at
the Sorbonne in Paris and Insti
tute di Cultura Italians in Lau
His teaching has taken him to for today's critical hearing on the j tonight.
Cermany, England, Switzerland and use 0f National Guardsmen to
the United States, where he lias ( i;P0D vwrnes out of Central High
Earlier, Faubus defied a federal
court subpoena to appear in an
other civil rights hearing, brought
before a 3-judge panel.
Faubus On Offense
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP)
Gov. Orval Faubus demanded
Thursday that U.S. District Judge
Ronald N. Davies be disqualified
taught at Lawrence College. Apple
ton. Wis. and at Michigan, where
he taught courses in German and
Dr. Bergholz speaks, writ.es. and
reads German, K n g 1 i s h, and ; ie as0 told reporters he does
French, and reads Swedish. Danish, I not know whether he will come
will be featured for the reception.
Wiiile tlie reception is being held,
the nine candidates for CU Queen :
' three from each unit of the Con- j
solidated University i will meet in;
Morehead Planitarium with judges ;
who will choose the queen.
Tiie new CU Queen w ill be an- j
! nounccd during the CU dance Sat
urday night in Woollen Gym. Kelly
Maness, chairman of the UNC dele
gation to tlie Consolidr.ted Unhcr
siiy Council, will crown the queen
and will present her with a dozen
roses from a local florist. The CU
ring Claudette Colbert. Fred Mac-j Queen last year was Ann Fitzhugh
Murray, Marjorie Mam and Per- j h-om Woman's College,
cy Kilbride, w ill be shown at 7:30 The CU drnce. to be held from
and at 10 p.m. in Carroll Hall audi- : 8 to 11 o'clock Saturday night, is
tori urn. i being sponsored by the Order ol
(the Grail, the highest undergrad-
The first of the free films pre- i
sented by the Free Flick commit
tee of the Graham Memorial Ac
tivities Board will be presented
'The Egg and I." a comedy star-
Starring in Saturday night's film,
lie said, too. that 35,000-40,000 ; Norwegian. Dutch. Italian. Spanish,
civilians will have to be dropped j and Latin. With this vast knowl
from defense payrolls. jfdge of languages, he has served
We couldn't wait any longer" as a translator and has published
Wilson Uld a news conference, j expensively in U. S. and foreign
WV are so close to the debt ! journals. From 1950-1934. Dr. Berg
iv, a tfc.. i,,,Knrv r.-.n't even ! l olz served as assistant editor of
I I i I I l I I1UI Hiv nv . . -
i borrow the mor.y."
Modern Language Journal.
into court Friday.
Faubus attorneys, in an affidavit
filed in federal court, asserted:
"Judge Davies is unable to con
duct a fair and impartial trial and
render a decision, either in law or
fact, that would 1k free of prejudice."
; "Another Part of the Forest." will
1 be Fredric March. Ann Blyth. Dan
Duryea and Edmund O'Brien. This
film tells the siory of the life of
a vicious, scheming family on a
southern plantation, and will be
; shown to students at 7:30 and
I p.m. in Carroll Hall.
to be adnini;.;rated as soon as
final figures on ear registration are
Another i:cm. that has as yet not
been acted upon, is tht. request
made for funds to supply new seats
for Memorial Hal!. Mr. Branch
stated that the request is before thc
l'udget Bureau in Raleigh.
The campaign for new seats for
the Auditorium has been going on
for the past seven years, but has
always been refused by tl-e Bud
M: Branch said that the re
quest would surely be well received
In the Budget Bureau and "we ;.re
hopeful it will pass.'
Tlie request, if granted, will re
place the presen; seats in die old
auditorium with 17(10 new theatre
i i pe seats. Two telephones will also
I uaie honorary at UNC. The Duke
be placed in Memorial
'the dance. Dance tickets will be j Hys. guide ropes and mach
L.ia c... ci .in I,.,. r.i,.- nri etners i iiici v will be overhauled or re
tllll IKH p l ,Jr loi v wuimv tiv s -
An expected turn-out of 1000 to ' placed
1200 students from WC and State , also.
College during the CU Day pro
Hi 'gram was predicted by
as the situation demands
Anc'her "crying need" that Ay-
l : ii
Kelly j cock and urancn acivocaieu is me
Fund recently established for the
er said. ' Chancellor Ay
Mr. Branch a;e to te
d and thanked for the
firm, swift and etteetive handling
of such crying iwed as dormi
tory 'clevision repair, student park
ing, and ?.Ie.r.o! tal rc-decin a
Set Today At 2
A meeting of all old staff mem
bers and those ia'erested in join
ing the stall ol The Daily Tar Heel
will be hell tod. a: 2 p m. in The
1-aily Tar Heel office on the sec
ond floor of Graham Memorial.
Ed,for Ned Ba-s has urged ; 11
hose interested in joining the stall
.o be prese r. at tlie meeting.
The Daily Tar Heel publishes
daily except Sundav Positions are
open in all phases of production,
including advertising. business,
photograph;:, news !!'.i:.g and edi
Pre Opening Activities Keep Students, Officials On Run
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CHANCELLOR AND EX CHANCELLOR
... Ayt.uck and llune villi ihh's
PUNCH ON MCCORKLE PLACE
... ut opening reception
HAND-SHAKING AT GRAHAM MEMORIAL
. . . iieetiiio top officials
AND FINALLY UNPACKING
. . . before clasks begin
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