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VOL. LXV NO. 45
Complete UPi Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1957
Offices in Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
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Student Patty Chairman Whit
Whitfield yesterday urged Carolina j
students to consider his party's slate j
of candidates for the fall elections
Wluttiold said. "1 think the
(lent Tarty has nominated an
Mandni'! slate of candidates
"From the legislature d o w n j
through freshman, sophomore and
Junior c I (ss ollieei s, the slate is
filled with outstanding candidates;
with a purpose to pr note student
St i m ! n r Party c.-ndid:Mcs were;
siloc'cd fro-n liu'h G-eek and in
dependent '-roups. Wint field pointed
Wl.-tf el, I said t'r ! SI' did not i
v an! In n, a' e u i i ( s t .; would
retoon null Hilled in the coming'
months Instead, he urged students j
to consider 'he administrations of j
p.-'s! Student Body President Mob
Yomi" 1 i-t year and the current
fd'iiini-tration under Sonny Kvans.
Width Id said that SI is asking
voters to consider the success of
these two adninistations. He said
that the .udeuts should hear in
mind nt the promises of what will
he dnie. hut nl what has heon done
Juid i oiitimuiiL' to he done in
Modem vi en-rent by Student Par
ty ele ted oll'ici..ls. ;
In Tuesday's election. seVs will
he filled on (lie Men's and Women's
Jliumr Councils. Student Legisla
ture. Student Council find freshman,
si.phemorc and junior c!ns officer.
Hath tin t will underway at
' a o Tuesday
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Hathaway Has A Broken Arm
By BILL KING
An alert Carolina defense turned three South Carolina fumbles and one bad punt into touchdowns
to gain a resounding 28-6 revenge win over the Gamecocks in Kenan Stadium yesterday.
A crowd of about 22,000 plus a large regional television audience saw the Tar Heels bounce back
after a 35-0 defeat to Tennessee last week and completely overwhelm Coach Warren Giese's charges. It
was the worst defeat he has suffered at USC.
It was perhaps the best defensive effort of the season for the inspired Tar Heels as their stout line
stayed in the Gamecock's backfield all afternoon and stopped the. running of the vaunted King Dixon
Alex Hawkins duo.
The victory was not without a price, however. Tar Heel quarterback Curt Hathaway suffered a brok
en arm late in the third quarter after turning in his finest game of the season up until then. The
injury fqreed Tatum to call on sophomore Nelson Lowe to back up Cummings at quarterback. Tatum
had been holding Lowe out to give him an extra sea son of eligibility.
Rushing Tar Heels
It was evident from the outset that the Tar II --els were all business as the line charged the Game
cocks continously. The Gamecocks lost six fumbles in the contest, three going for Tar Heel tallies.
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TAR HEEL BREAK UNC's Jim Jones, 80, and Phil Blazer, 70,
are pictured in an attempt to block the kick of Gameccck Heywood
King from behind the goal line. The faulty kick, which landed on
the USC 11-yard-line set up the Tar Heeis' final touchdown of the
(Pete Young Photo)
Congressman Blasts Student Solons;
Labels The Inter-racial Bill Shocking'
V.y FTIIAK TOLMAX
Special to the Daily Tar Heel
KALEIGH; Nov. 9 A North
Carolina Dt nutcrat today lambasted
member of the State Slvulcnt Let"- I
isoture for rnssner ; ycs'.crday of
hills ttpprovim: inter-racial mar
riages and prostitution.
ItM.KIC.il. Nov. 8 -'.V-- The
Stale's Advisory Budget Commis
si) hi today looked with favor on a
proposal under which applicants tor
admission to units of the Greater
t'niversity of North Carolina and I
Fast Carolina College would be giv
en scholastic aptitude tests.
At the same time the board uni
on the State Hoard of Higher Edu
cation to draw up a plau under
which tests would be given to all
hi'jh school graduates in the state.
I) S Coltrane. the state's budget
olliccr. said the tests for the hich
school graduates would be for pur
poses of vocational guidance and to
dete-mine qualifications of the grad
ual)'-, tor admission to the state's
institutions of higher learning.
The budget commission told the
I'tuversity and Kast Carolina Col
lege, in t iled, that it would recom
mend to the Governor and council
ol state that the institutions be
reimburse!! from the contingency
and emergency funds for losses in
reo-ipts resulting from the plan to
five aptitude tests to applicants fori
I'tider tli'- plan, those taking the
aptitude tests would pay a $7 lee.
IIowecr. if they passed the tests
and won admission to one of the
iiist it at ions the ! would he credited
toward their tuition payments. It
was estimated that proposal would
icdac receipts of the I'nivcrsity's
Rep. Harold I Cooloy, speaking
to the group this morning, said he
was shocked by the action taken."
He told members of the mock as
sembly that they had 'shocked the
sensibilities of our people."
criticism last year for his refusal
to sign the Southern Manifesto a j
resolution condemning the Supreme j
Court's integration decision. was
emphatic in - hi criticism of the!
college legislators' behavior.
1 regret very much the actions
taken by this assembly." he said.
He pointed out that in his opinion
"a more constructive agenda could
1 have been prepared."
I The congressman's address came
! at the close of the weekend asseni-
from 21 white
of a bill which commended Presi
dent Kisenhower's use of troops
;o enforce int curat ion at Little Kock
Central High School and condemn
ed the actions ot Arkansas Gov
ernor Orval V. Faubus. This bill was
introduced by UNC Delegate Pat
Adams and passed a joint session
of the House and Senate by a W :8
The Chapel Hillians drew first
blo:d just after the second quarter
had gotten underway. With 44 sec
onds remaining in the first period,
South Carolina halfback Frank
Destino fumbled on his own 32
and tackle Don Redding recovered
for the Tar Heels.
North Carolina ran three plays
before the end of the quarter and
moved to the SC 20. Ed Lipski.
Hathaway and Daley Goff got the
12 yards for the Tar Heels.
On the very first play of the
second period. Hathaway pulled a
beautiful fake to fullback Lipski
and pitched out to Ron Marquette
who went wide to the left to the
Halfback Emil DeCantis carried
j to the three on the next two plays
and then Lipski broke off left
tackle for the score with 1:32
gone. Phil Blazer, who has made
nine of ten extra points this sea-
bly made up of some 212 delegates vote.
and Negro colleges ' Speaking in favor of his bill,
state. Adams asked the legislature to bear
taken bv the' stu- h' nlind the le"a, sKial aud moral
. ..! issues involved in the Little Rock
wnTT-.vn-T. - son made good on the lirst ol lour
UNC Delegate Larry MacElroy during the day.
spoke in opposition to the measure. Another Fumble
He pointed out the constitutional and South Carolina got possession
ethical problems raised bv sending twice before its next fumble but
federal troops into a state without
the consent of the state government.
.loci 'Fleishman. deleg;i e from
UNC. wr.s selected as the best
speaker in the House.
Departing from his prepared
text. Cooloy indicated that he con
sidered the actions taken prior to
his appearance a personal insult.
" I am certain my position on ra
cial matters is well known," he
Cooloy. who received widespread
Kennedy Will Speak
Tuesday Night At 8:15
C.KRMANTOWN. Md.. Nov. 8-
(AP) TYesident Eisenhower today
expressed prayerful hope that "the
curse of the atomic explosion will
pass from man's knowledge" and
that only its good will remain.
Eisenhower voiced the hope in a
brief informal talk at the dedica
tion of the new 13-million-dollar
headquarters building of the
Atomic Energy Commission (ALU).
The building is situated on the
outskirts of this small community
some 30 miles north of Washington.
' The Role of the Attorney in Con
gressional Investigations" will be
the topic of Senate rackets commit
tee counsel Robert K. Kennedy when
lie speaks here Tuesday night at
8:1 o'clock in Hill Hall.
The Law School Association is
sponsoring Kennedy's speech, which
will be open to the public, as an
other event in the Heck Lecture
Series. The Series is supported by
a fund set up by the oldest living
alumnus of the UNC Law School.
George Heck of Glen Head, N. Y.
Herb Toms of Shelby, chairman
of the LSA speakers committee, will
introduce Kennedy at the Hill Hall
program. The association president.
James Ramsey of Roxboro, will preside.
Accomplished Pianist To Play
For Musicale Next Sunday
RICHMOND, Va , Nov. 'J -J.V- A
dner returning to his large four-tlooi-
sedan on Richmond's West
Gi.k o S'reet today found this neatly
prin'ed. unsigned note tucked under
his v mdslneld :
"You may not realize that a small
English sports car is parked behind
ou please be carctul not to run
it ilow n "
CE PLANT TOUR
Forty members of Alpha Kappa
I si professional business fraternity
loured the General Electric Plant
in Asheboro this week. This tour
w.n the first in a series of pro
fcssion.il tours sponsored by the
irtermty each year.
Ar. accomplished pianist. Mrs.
Cara Kelson, whose performances
have covered among other places,
London. Paris and New Zealand,
will perform here next Sunday,
Mrs. Kelson will be presentetl at
the third Petite Musicale, sponsor
ed by Graham Memorial Activities
tional Symphony Orchestra of New
Zealand. She has performed for
the Arts Council of Great Britain
I and the Community Arts Service
! of New Zealand. She has also
broadcasted recitals for BBC of
' London, ABC of Australia, NZBS
of New Zealand, Radiodiffusion
' Erancaise, Paris and the Ceydon
The address was switched to Hill ;
Hall from the previously-announced
location in the Knapp Building.
Toms said, when great interest in
hearing Kennedy was expressed on
Following his arrival at Raleigh
Durham Airport at 5:.7 p.m. Tues
day. Kennedy will be honored at
the Carolina Inn at a private din
ner by the law students. A public
reception will be given in Graham
Memorial following his talk by the
Law Wives Association.
Kennedy has been chief counsel
for the Senate Select Committee on
Improper Activities in the Labor ot
Management field, and prior to i
that held the same position with j
the Senate Permanent Subcommit- !
tee on Investigations. j
In 1953 he managed the campaign
of his brother. Sen. .John F. Ken- j
nedv (I)-Mass.i. having just com-1
pleted a year's work with the .Jus
tice Department He holds the A.B. j
degree from Harvard and the LL.B. i
from University of Virginia
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was unable to penetrate NC terri
tory. With 3:45 left in the half,
the Gamecocks were on their own
27. Dixon then took a pitchout
and hit Hawkins at the Tine of
scrimmage but he fumbled and :
this time it was center Jim Jones
who pounced on the ball.
The Tar Heels took over on the
27. this tiine with, the passing
Cummings at the helm. On the
first plav. Cummings rolled out
and hit end Mac Turlington at the
left sidelines on the 15. He did
it again on the next play, this time
a bullet to Turlington at the two.
Fullback Giles Gaca got the score
as he went off left tackle for the
13th Tar Heel point with 2:42 left.
Blazer made it 14-0 and that's the
wav it was at half as another late
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HATHAWAY OUT FOR SEASON Curtis Hathaway is shewn
as he was helped off Kenan Field yesterday after receiving a brok
en arm during piay. The painful injury came late in the third
period, after Hathaway had sparked the Tar Heel victory.
(Pete Young Photo)
Tatum Calls Ball Game
Best Effort This Year
ROBERT F. KENNEDY
IViard. in the Graham Memorial
Lounge at 8 p.m.
No admission is charged for h(T concert for Arthur Honegger,
concerts and the public has th c()rnp,)SOr ,n honor of his 60th
In Paris, she played at a eham-
been cordially invited.
Originally from New Zealand.
Mrs. Kelson received her early
training there. She received an As
sociated Hoard scholarship which
enabled her to study four years at
the Royal Academy of Music in
London. She has also studied in
birthday. She also took part in the
Victory Celebrations of Croydon,
London in 1946, for which she per
formed the Grieg Piano Concerto.
Mrs. Kelson's recital at Graham
Memorial will contain the Mozart
C Major Sonata, K. 330, and the
Schubert B Flat Sonata,, Op. Post
A UNC student from Greensboro
has been named the recipient oi toe
Pilot Freight Carriers Scholarship
for the academic year 1957-58. (
The $.")00 award went to .Joseph M. 1
Clapp. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
L. Clapp of Greensboro. i
The award is made each year by
the Winston-Salem firm to a senior
! majoring in traffic and transporta
tion in the School of Business Ad
ministration. The winner is chosen
j by officials of the B. A. School.
Clapp is presently serving as pres-
I ident of Alpha Kappa Psi. profes
j sional business fraternity at Caro
i lina. and is a member of Phi Beta
j Kappa and Beta Gamma Sigma hon
As a freshman, he was active in
VMCA freshman activities on cam-
First Downs 9 14
Rushing Ydg. (net) 13H 2(M
Passing Ydg. (net) 18 92
Passes Attempted 8 16
Passes Completed 2 6
Passes Int. by 11
Punts 5 7
Punting Average 27.4 35.1
Fumbles Lost 6 1
Yards Penalized 30 75
Tar Heel threat failed after tlv
By DAVE WIBLE j
UNC's 28-6 victory over the Game- ,
cocks of South Carolina yesterday i
afternoon was termed "the best GO
minutes of Carolina football this ;
year" by Head Coach Jim Tatum
in a post-game interview.
Tatum. who a week ago was
"ashamed as a coach" for his
team's performance against Ten
nessee, felt that yesterday s game
was an even finer performance
than the Navy game which the Tar
Heels won 13-7.
The only blemish to an otherwise
perfect afternoon came near the
end of the third quarter w hen junior
quarterback Curtis Hathaway suf
fered a broken arm. Hathaway,
playing one of the finest games in
his career, moved around his own
right end for eight yards on an
to put him in. but there wasn't
much else that we could do."
Referring back to the ball game,
Tatum said. "The reason I feel that
this was our best game, is because
of the way the boys fought back to
overcome bad breaks in the open
ing minutes. I thought we would
never get out of that hole. That
South Carolina team was one of the
(See 60 MINUTES, Page 4)
Paris, on a bursary from the New 1 wilj aso present three short
Zealand government, with Mon- j pjores hy Debussy, and one each
sieur Lazarc-I,cvy, teacher of the Ly RameaUi Lully and Dandneu.
famous pianist Solomon. j rrs ( Kelson is now living in
Mrs. Kelson has made frequent !
appearances, a soloist, with the Ni-1 (See MUSICALE, Page 3)
White Named Delegate j
To Industry Convention
Louis Norman White, a junior in
the School of Business Administra- (
tion. has been selected as south- j
eastern student representative to j
the 62nd Annual Congress of Amcf- .
ican Industry, to be held Dec. 4-6 ,
in New York at the Waldort-Astonu
White wuT attend the sessions j
with 30 other student ' guests of the j
National Association of Manufac- ;
: nnc and in cur'r-fi VP VCaTS W3S
panel, in which they quiz business
men. White, a transfer student from
Wake Forest College, was graduat
ed from Henderson High School, but
nnw lives in Laurinburg. He is
Gamecocks could do, nothing on
the ensuing kickoff.
In the third quarter, the Tar option play and was hit very hard out.
Heels kicked off twice before the : uy three Gamecock tacklers. When
Gamecocks could run a play from the players unpiled, Hathaway was
scrimmage. The Tar Heels picked j writ'hing in pain from a fractured
right forearm, which will end his
pigskin activity for the remainder
of this season.
The injury forced Tatum to make
a move he dreaded. With Hathaway
NEW YORK, Nov. 8 (AP)
Eight passengers spent most of to
day in semi-darkness aboard a sub
way marooned underground be
neath Broadway by a freak flood.
People could get to them but the
passengers either because of in
firmity or timidity couldn't get
in the pro
to score a
up a third
Two Straight Fumbles
Blazer opened the second
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vice-president and presioem n u-
University Club, the organization j
w hich sponsors pep rallies and other
"Carolina Spirit" projects, lfo was
graduated from Senior High School
in Greensboro, where he was a Na-
j t-. .tition.ii ttonnr Society member, in
majoring in ujummi; uuu h""'"-
with a kickoff which Dixon took i out and Dave Reed suspended, he
on his goal line and returned to )iacj ony one signal caller left on
his 31. But the SC star was rack- tlie s(lliad. Nelson Lowe, a sopho-
ed by a host of N. Carolina tack- ni(,ro quarterback who had been ,
lers and lost the ball. Captain Bud-j .eid out thus far this season be
dy Payne fell on this one and the f ause Gf an injury suffered early
Tar Heels were all set to go with j in fau practice. entered the game
another touchdown drive. j m tie t nird quarter, thus leaving
Hathaway ran one play, a pass j nim with onjv tvv0 games and two
j to Turlington which was no good ycars- of eligibility.
and Cummings took over. j ' Nelson has been working right ;
Gaca got four up the middle to j along with the (.u,b an year'.' Ta- i
the 27 and the talented Cummings ;tum comTnCnted." and I think that
took to the air. On the next play, j he nas everything a quarterback ,
he hit DeCantis at the six but the , needs He is tough, a terrific passer, j
play was called back as the T?r
Thev breakfasted on rolls and
coffee brought in to them. For
lunch they were brought sand
wiches and coffee.
The train stalled at 5 a.m. when
a broken water main flooded the
Broadway - Seventh Avenue line
tracks between 74th and 75th
Streets. Most of the passengers
aboard were going to or returning
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a good kicker and a v ery hard run- ;
ner. 1 was very sorry that we had ,
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the infirmary yes
Misses. Ann Cofield. Nancy
Milan. Patricia Hamer, Barbara
Sills and Margaret Smith.
Messrs. Edwin Avery, Oyvind Nor
strom. Kenneth Brimmer, Joseph
Alala. John Gibson, Terry Veazey.
Robert Peebles, Charles Gibson.
George Schroeder and Wadie Mikhail.