Chip2l Hill. II. C.
Scattered showers east portion
in morning Windy and turning
The Soviet's got trouble there
says tht old d on page two . . ,
VOL. LXV NO. 44
Complete UPi Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1957
Offices in Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
BUSHY COOK AND RAMESES
l, a at v l i mm v m tj-s. Jr m b mm t vr v v
I hey re A Part Of Carolina
m.i:y mooki: mason
;is one of tin' host men in t lie opera
tion of a loom.
'Ulio's th.it m.iii (low ii (here with
the beard, leading that ig goat When the war broke out. Bushy
around on the field," said the sweet j t(,,,k his f.nnily of seven to Connecti-
iiing import at one of the football i 111 wlH'io the pay was better, and
u. tines this e;ir. ' 'they all got jobs up there. After
the war thev had made a consider-
' 'Til. I'." s.nd ,,t d.-i'. i;itUlltl . '
is lliishy Ceclv mid n.inu'M's, the
in.iscot ol the mIikiI,"
llu-div Cnnk .iiiil :.rv-rs ;ire to
bi m" ii ,) ),,.' (,f 'he I C li.i.th.ill
fillies ;illd ;ie .'I , ,i , ne'iecd and
I'ir'ni'lili i (ill
oi . uiiireu ,h i n
iii'Mi e them and m nnien!
able a nuunt of money and deeided
to 'move near Kliand where Busby's
folks had bought a small farm.
I!; iim'm s is not kep; ;'t Busby's
farm bui at the i.inn of II. S. Hngan.
I'.iis! v iias tried to take him to all
the v.ames since !!U7. In l'.)")4 Bushy
v en! to Womn-i's College and was
(uo!ed as saying. ' They all seemed
o'.M'Ver. little Is .Kt.'.ilK know 11 In I i i ii 'nii- me Tln-v s.iid lluil
'boot the tall, v ild bea: (I. d lamer Miey were cumin.: ov er for the
and tiie b
Imrned rain, the latest
Barneses, I'd say those Duke stu
dents worried him - to death last
fall when they chased him around
the pasture all night." According To
Frankie Black, head cheerleader,
the present ram is Rameses VIII.
One of the most colorful events in
Bushy and Rameses' career is one
ol the Carolina-Notre Dame game,
which was held in New York. At this
time Bushy loaded Rameses in a
trailer painted blue and white, de
corated with 27 rebel flags and
drove to New York.
During his brief stay he probably
created more sensation than the
town had ever seen. He is probably
the only person in history to make
four left turns in the heart of the
nic, and if Carolina won thev
in a lng siurcssmn ol blue honied vce all coin l; to have to give me a Crcat
rans at ( V
that'll be a heap ol w in -n a coming
out el those standi at tiie end."
I. iiu-ses of tie past have had a
to the students they were
rim's keeper alraid that lie might be stolen so
s-' d If yen rsk me what killed they put him in a kennel."
-1 a lew - i
h: -. be. n d :
a in I si i wilil. ; i s1 i-'. '
popula:' ni t!is I
f"i the hell nl it." ).
' 1! u k in !'i '.' ,h.-i.
v H ra-re ri. w a- a I it "
w l-i n I s' ai ted v.: .n-. :
Ai Tni ill" ; !u I'.a-.'
job v'.n ( ,l w;(i, i ,
I I IW
I a lew
it ' he
"The police." he. said, "were going
tit tint T ? i rtt rt in Ii f rul rr ctaliMii
. . . .. I are predicting
inn w iifii niev sw iihi inc liiin 1 . .
, in me uie to nil
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nd a photo-
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UNC Delegate Elected
SSL Speaker Pro Tem
n.as iseen a rcsi-
Ib- vas born and
I'.n ed m l,mi,n, Counfv. Fur the
IT'. i I'll Iff et
ill tcVile mil
li;(- he has winker!
tein' known now
Knee Injury Sidelines
Joe Quigg For Season
University Party Chairman Har
ry Braxton said today his political
and when he ! 1 iutvui luiaiu iu iut'.v
kiss. 1 ,,ess 11! have to leave paraded the ram across Times j mpuvme eiecuona inn.
(tun l- ri d t after ti e u.-me 'eause Square he stopped traffic. fuI1 conftdence
In a pre-election statement is
sued here, he said UP officials
the UNC campus.
Election day will get underway
at 9 a.m. Tuesday to fill positions
on the Men's and Women's llono."
Councils. Student Legislature, Stu
dent Council, and freshman, so
phomore and junior class offices.
In naming candidates for the
of I ices. Braxtcn said. UP has "ap
plied high standards" in deter
mining whom to nominate for the
"It is my sincere belief that
these candidates will most close
ly reflect your opinions and feel
ings simply because they have
been nominated by a large cross
section of the student body," he
Braxton said that as election
day approaches, UP "asks the stu
dents to closely look at our out
standing slate, of candidates for
both the class offices and student
"We can faithfully promise that
if our candidates are elected they
v work dilligently and realisti
cally toward fulfilment of student
rmvi-rnmont' needs and will in-
f J -S.s-
s i . r
r "" ' ? v s
' . i e was nl the
le was av',d ,. I! M.I'KiH The State S'udent Leu
's iit tic L i nes isl itive assembly. convening here
V si i lew j eople this we -ketid. ai ted wi'h usiisual
It'le . bant I'ii !i solcm.my in debate on bills ant! re-
tleoi: tiie bea'en solutions which came before it
en a - ncre T'lnrsday nrt Friiiay.
liowe-er. I iiiisi av evenuu lave lieul a
Carolina delegate. was
sneaker pro tem ol the
one of the most responsbile posi
tions at the assemble.
ANo Thursday evening Charlie
Dean of the Carolina delegation
introduced a bill to provide for re
peal of North Carolina obscenity
statutes. Joel Fleischman of UNC
spoke of present obscenity statutes
as an abridgement of free speech
Fleischman said he does not feel
elected it was the right of any one state
senate, "to impose a public morality."
Friday morning Duke Women's
College introduced its resolution
that all states' laws and constitution
al stipulations on prohibition of
inter-marriage . between the races
be repealed. . 1 '.'' y,'..,..,.
After cons?uleraote debate this re
solution was overwhelmincly passed
in both the house and senate.
Other resolutions and bills were:
1. A resolution restricting traffic
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Tar Heel-S.C. Contest
Will Have TV Audience
By BILL KING
A couple of old Southern gridiron rivals will carry their exploit:
onto the verdant Kenan Stadium turf here this afternoon, and the
2 o'clock kickoff should commence an interesting Atlantic Coast Con
ference struggle to be viewed by about 25,000 fans plus a large home
It's the Greater Universities of North and South Carolina in the
33rd renewal of a series which had its inception back in 1903. Since
then, the North has built up a tremendous edge of 22-6-4. But last
season, the Gamecocks leveled a 14 0 shutout at Jim Tatum's warriors.
Bands To Add
Color At Game
Saturday will be a colorful day
on the campus of the nation's
first state university. In addition
to the North Carclina-South Car
olina football contest, termed b
It should be a battle of the
avengers as both teams suffered
losses last week, and both need a
victory today in order to shoot for
a winning season. Last week
mighty Tennessee smote down the
Tar Heels, 35-0 and Maryland
edged by South Carolina, 10-6.
The Tar Heels (4-3) hold vic
tories over Clemson. Miami, Navy
one newspaper as the "Clash of and Wake Forest and have lost to
the Wrecks," the day v. .11 mark Maryland, N. C. State and Tennes-
the 16th anniversary of High ! see. The Gamecocks (3-3) have
School Band Day. I beaten Wo'fford, Texas and Fur-
A total of 60 high school march-1 man, while losing to Clemson,
NEW POSITION Carolina's former end Jim Jones will get
his first crack of the year at center today against South Caro
lina. Jcnes played some at center in 195.5. He has been
switched due to the injury of Ron Koes and Jim Davis, the
Tar Heel's number one and two pivot men.
ing bands, all in colorful uniform,
will add to the spectacle of the
half time show in Kenan Stadium.
Imagine yourself sitting in one
Joint Di-Phi Meeting
Debate Bass O
T!,.- I ,n I'hn.i l) e i.ei!
( i , etl ,i t reinciidi ''is hi
( en' el
.a i team lc
earlier in the day that he was afraid j
that (Jumu's injury was much more i
. .i I.. ..'tM. I
. I .1 I l-.ll 'If .',.. Tlllll('I1l llll'V
W.l leant' U Ilia. lU'.lHH I ei urns mmi i iii -i
Cuu: will be out for are the tliui'-ts which Happen io a
,1.,. ier..,mi!e - nl Me sea-.n due to team alter a be; season. McOuire
., knee in, ir. MiCmini in an intra- said "We cot lots of good breaks
v,,.,.,,! i rn:n.,:e Thurd:iv nmht. last ear. and now we're having
,r . d.'epi ;h. head physician at seme bad ones." McGuirc was not.
,!. ,-itu in.e x . v., id Ncvenhn that a atlable lor comment alter it had
',..,i,"- surgery tins been definitely confirmed that Quig
,,,,.nm' t. r a I'aituie ot the ruht would miss the season.
, i'ii! . t 'ii'i-C'i1 i ll'
i,ui! Jnr will be toned to miss
I l.i b.i-ketb.il! season "
Coach I'l auk McGuire had
By rKINGI.K PIPKIN
The Philanthropic Literary Society
laws in North Carolina, defeated in Cessantly work to improve student , and Dialectic Senate, in a joint-ses
vl,., i, exvi.d, into the knee Th- mishap occurred m a scram-
lled-t-peth ble for a rebound, as guigg was
knocked back and collided with
: sophomore Lee Schaffer and tell on
said l the knee.
the House 51-50.
2. A bill by State College to legalize !
prostitution in North Carolina was
3. A bill to legalize euthanasia,
introduced by N. C. State College at
1 Durham, was defeated.
4. A resolution commending Gover
nor Hodges, sponsored by Catawba
, College, failed in the Senate but
passed overwhelming in the House.
govrrnment by reflecting accur
ately student opinion."
siim Mondav at C p m.. will debate
a bill "approving the removal of
the present editor by the process of
The two organizations will meet in
Phi Hall on the top floor of New-
have been invited to attend. The
meeting is also open to the public.
Commenting on the bill. Editor
Neil Bass said he was surprised at
"the negative tone of the bill." He
said he would try to attend the meet
ing if possbile in order to defend his
position against this "negativism."
In 195(5 a joint session of the Di
and Phi failed, by a vote of 76-23, to
bill to remove Louis Kraar
fast: Gerrv Boudreau. President of Pass a
i i tv -i x ,i i i" i
Senate, will, preside ar.u no louci, men cu-amw
Duke and Maryland.
Injuries will take some , of the
luster off this afternoon's contest,
as both teams are below par phys-
of the stadium scats with over I ically. The Tar Heels will prob
4.000 performers in uniforms of j ably miss the services of halfback
various snaaes ot Kea, tureen, j uon voKer, guara jscr uneo?i
Blue, Yellow, etc., stretched out j ger and center Ron Koes in addi
on the green turf below. : Hon to several , other second unit
Miss Kathyrn Siphers, DirEdor i men. It. now appears that backs
of the Drexel N. C. High, School Jim- Schuler . and Emit DeCantis
Band, will be the guest conductor. will be readyjto &o.? . i .-sv
She will lead the massed bands The flu-bitten Gamecocks are re
in a program especially arrang- ' portedly in only "average" physi
ed by Herbert W. Fred, director cal condition with a host ot
of UNC band. Her bands have ; "doubtfuls" making a starting line
consistently won superior ratings ' up hard to predict,
in state contests. I The game will bring together a
The program w ill include: "Pil- couple of coaches who should know
grim's Chorus" from "Tannhaus ; each other pretty well by this
er," "Dixie," "God Of Our Fa- time. Warren Giese, head man at
thers." a novelty arrangement of i SC now. once played and coached
"Working On The Railroad." and under Tatum at Maryland This
the two' university alma maters Tras only three years ago. Tatum
The UNC Marching Band will would like a little revenge for the
add further color to one of the , South Carolina victory last season
indent Body President
Evans has delayed signing the bill
which will pay off the $451.06 debt
Friday evening Joel Fleischman .nndi hv ti, Tarnation, former
ol the UNC delegation presented
UNC's major bill, a resolution com-
mending the action of Gov. Orval
Faubus in connection with the Little
Rock school intcsdration crisis.
campus humor magazine.
Evans said he was investigatint
Trip To Moon
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. Nov. 8 .r
Dr. Alan T. Waterman, director of
the National Science Foundation, to
day said a trip to the moon is pos
sibleif the American people decide
they want to spend tremendous
sums of money for such a project.
He took part in a symposium at the
Southwest Research Institute's con
ference on "Science ,in the Next
Dr. Waterman said the trip would
take 10 hours, and the first trip
could be a landing or simply circling
j the moon and returning.
"If we want to beat the Russians
,i to the moon, do we want to do so
j badly enough to spend the millions
j ol dollars that might instead pro
I fit ably be invested in a half dozen
j other promising lines of scientific
i inmiiry?" he asked.
the background of the Tarnation to
sec if there is any legal justification
for the legislation.
He said he w;s going to check
at the meeting.
The bill charges in the "whereas 1
clauses" that "in the past Neil Bass
I has shown evidence of being an in
competent employee of the Student
"The aforementioned editor of the
Daily Tar Heel has made state-
Daih Tar Heel.
Students were reminded yester
day that it is an honor code offense
fall's biggest weekends when they
present "A Salute To Carolina
Industries" before the game be
gins. It is an abridged version of
th? show the band presented at
the Maryland game. Be sure to
be in vour seat by 1:40 p.m.
In 2 Shootings
r.nd Giese would like to continue
his mastery over his old boss.
The oddsmakers call it a toss up.
Both teams are capable of busting
loose with tremendous offensive
power, but nobody wants to ven
ture a guess just who will be on
the long end of the count this aft
ernoon. The Gamecocks are a running
ball club, and rightly so because
they have a couple of halfbacks
1 named King Dixon and Alex Haw-
ments which could be interpreted as to destroy, mutilate or tear down
el,,, ...iiiiut df ramniiifMi nosters. This reminder
IIIHIOU CIIIKUliuih i.-v v ,,.,.. , . ,v t-.. O J1 ! . .....
member of j otuiuciui. i.. ms who compare favorably witti
any backfield duo in the country.
with the print shop- which the money (li( j)e;i(1 footna coach and the 1 came from Leon Holt
is owed to determine the nature of , . . pl,vsit.ian f the student in-! the Elections Board.
the debt and to get an itemized ac
counting for it.
Evans was unavailable for a
statement concerning what action is
planned on the bill. He stated that
he was "undecided" as to just what
action would be taken. He is pre
sently conferring with party officials
concerning the proposal.
The bill was introduced in the
Cf,.Ht fefislature two weeks ago
"He has ignored available
Robert Terry Jr. of Norman. N. C
... . i . V- : lw.l ,-1 Vinrf
1 i said tooay tne mctu iiriu, iiu ..w
i Holt also urged all members of j was not tne motorist be saw shoot a
facts the Election Board to attend the ; orth Carolina highway patrolman
Asian Flu situation
mee'ing of the board to be held in , to dePth last Tuesday night.
Graham Memorial Monday at 2 j Terrv told police he hitchhiked a
The probable starting lineups:
"He has ignored a minimum of
two invitations to be present at con
ference in the Chancellor's office;
"He has. failed to organize
his staff as an efficient and smooth-
p. m. "The business that must be
attended to at this meeting is
urgent." he said.
i Concerning expense accounts for
: candidates in the fall elections. Holt
by Ed Levy. UP. TIk proposal was : iv-operaung una.
. . tm. i -ii , ;.., I-.,. T? in irfot -
last week s legislative i i ne uiu was wiun-u .h'-
Don Gray of the Phi.
ride with the gunman before the man
shot Highway Patrolman Wister Lee
Reece. 39. near Ellerbc. Terry was
brought here today by three North
Carolina state police officers to
said that these must be submitted to j check the identity of a man who
gave his name as Kenneth LomDS,
24, of Cincinnati.
mm.iinrt hut anainst Student Party ative
Jess Stribling. president pro tem : plete
If the bill is not signed or vetoed!..! the Phi. said that all people con- I of all campaign expenditures."
hy Nov. U. it will become law. 1 corned in the issue of the recall said.
the Student Government Office no
later than 6 p. m. Monday.
Tlii nr-cmint must he a Com-
. . . . Tcnn.. were noiaing
uenuzeci, sniiicu Muit-mmi
Events Elsewhere In The World
; omy domandcrs in Congress, pre
ACCeptartCe 1 dieted Congress will appropriate
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8 (AI ) . . .u jol)
Dr. Waterman said' that under ' jnc white House reported today
conditions as we now know them. an immediate and gratuying acct p-
ALEXANDRIA. La.. Nov. 8
A baby twister also struck Sel
ma.Ala. but no one was injured.
SHARPSHOOTER JOE QUIGG
flights to the two nearest planets.
Venus and Mars, would take years
rather than hours.
"Thousands or millons of years
would be required under present
conditions to travel to any of the
stars." the scientist declared. "Even
if we could travel at the fastest
speed known that of light 1S6.000
miles per second."
Waterman said Russia's first in
! the launching of Sputik was a major
! disappointment to American scicn
! ttsts. but he cautioned a?ainst "A
hasty and ill-considered effort to
right the situation" that would "turn
things upside down."
an immediate and gratifying acccp
ance of President Eisenhowers
plans for a scientific big push to
Buffalo. N. Y.. man for identifica
tion in connection with the slayings. 1
Authorities said the man. being
held without charge, was picked
up as a hitchhiker. They said the j
arresting officer noted a resemb
lance between the man and a de
scription of the killer issued by (
North Carolina authorities. '
Kentucky state police contiuued
a farm-to-farm search for a man
Dixon .. Schuler
Hawkins - Goff
Sputnik Each Month
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8 (AP) j v ho abandoned two cars in Central
These are the two men the Tar
Heels will have to watch closest.
Both can do about everything with
a football, but their forte is mov
ing the leather along the ground.
South Carolina likes to use the
option play, with the two afore
mentioned halfbacks doing the
chunking. The loss of quarterback
Bobby Bunch has weakened th?
quarterback slot, thus Giese makes
little use of his other two signal-
The head of the U. S. satellite pro- J Kemucky yesterday One of the cars
. - i i k . . r. Strickland.
-rtake Russia in satellite an J AI ) V lciaus tornadoes, tnur o..- surprised- if lne Russians launch I pnd anothcr, this one wrecked at
a sputnik each month until the Lancaster.
I Police believe the driver of these
coming rush cloaked in thunde
I 1 .1 1 .. nut J.t
And a White House caller, en. -.m lain, suuueinv - end of 1958
Brid-es (R-NH). supplied a gues lour soutnern states usi nigm
at what it will cost: one or two today, leaving 12 dead, more than
billion dollars a year extra. a hundred injured, hundreds
Two billions would just about homeless,
equal what it cost to develop the The total damages easily will
first atomic bomb back in World reach several million dollars.
War II. It would almost double Alexandria, a city of 40.000 in
pcntpil T miicini olwnrHoH most
the amount now Doing spe.u - (..(, t. ITUo1 ctafB loieterine today
ol the furv. Three died in mil estimates uiui n.r ...v. .c.v.
The Tar Heels, offensively, will
again be counting on the potent
running of such men as Schuler.
DeCantis, Daley Goff and fullback
Giles Gaca to blend with the cap
able pitching -arm of sophomore
quarterback, Jack Cummings. The
ever-dangerous Cummings has han-
missiles 214 billion dollars this
area. Louisiana recorded four oth
Dr. John P. Hagen, director of . wrecked cars was the same man
Project Vanguard, also told a news w ho killed Reece, and an hour later
conference he expects an extra shot to death another patrolman. J.
nush for his own program for the I T. Brown, near Sanford.
administration's new emphasis on Combs was not freed immeaiateiv. ; dled thg dub admiraby since he
missiles and science. j He was unable to pay a $25 fine in became lhe number one QB against
nut he didn't chanse previous police court for vagrancy ana
These were me
1 1 i 1 f;lAl
ill first pet a test baby moon up 1 only charges wmcn naa urcn iuCu
Rut Bridses even though he is , er deaths, Texas had three
usually counted among the econ-, Mississippi two,
and next month and a full-fledged sat- j against him since his arrest yester-
Wake Forest two weeks ago.
Cummings, indeed, could make
a lot of difference today. He has
ellite in March.
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