C&apel Hill, H.C,
crmatir clvdin nH a litti
Political collusion and bargain
ing enter the picture says the edi
tor on page two.
VOL. LXV NO. 53
Complete W Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 157
Offices in Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS nswe
WASHINGTON, Nv. 19.
Secretary of State Dulles said to
day tbe United States has ouclear
wartjead stockpiled in Canada.
iMtr ia bis news conference he
sail be fcaly believed that was
true. Afterwar4 tbe State Depart
8iec,t cut tbe flat statement entire
If Kit wf the rrcord.
Tbe revision -of tbe transcript
was cuJe about tbe time Ca
VtJvau Prime Minister John Dief
e Valier baJ said in Ottawa that
Dulle ruu-t have been roisinter
pretH r nuquotel.
WASHINGTON. Nr.v. 19. (.?
H u- investijaUr were told to
day tbe United State might be
Vveloainf mi-sil fa4er if ex
cnje bt infermativn weren't
Vnt under met) heavy restric
TKf twinioo was wftered by Dr.
flilTiird r. Furnas, former assist
ari secretary vf defence fur re
Srrh sr.J development, to n
Hi.-e subcommittee invetiatin"
secrecy in government.
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MUiles To Britain I
AlYUfSTA.' Ga.. Nov. 19 f
fcretary,f Defense ilcHroy said
td3y h is ''extremely hopeful"
th United States will meet on
schedule a commitment to elart
delrveriu I .KXV-mile rane mi
site to P.riUin by l?r.
Tbe cabinet officer also told i
sews" coufefence after I two-hour
snetin? with President fisenhow
er that supplies of sucb interme
diate (K?sX) tnissiles wiU be
rj.f fj'ethr North Atlantic Treat;
DitieOd all within l.SOO miles of
fiirepean Russia "earlier than
kid been expected."
EMPTY STOCKING FUND The Daily Tar Heel yesterday offi
cially launched Chapel Hill's Empty Stocking Fund when Editor Neil
8at piecenttd his SI 0.20 weekly check toward the adoption of a
needy f.imily. Mrs. Mark Hanna, chairman of the fund is shewn as
she received the check and assigned a family to the Daily Tar Heel.
(Norman Kanter Photo).
Daily Tar Heel Opens
Empty Stocking Drive
Itv Itt'TII WHITLEY
A family of fhe was adopted by
Joins Three Others
In Editorship Race
Doug Eisele, former managing editor of tbe Daily Tar Heel, ha
filed his candidacy for the editorship in Tuesday's recall election.
Kisele is the fourth candidate to enter the race for editor. Other
candidates are incumbent Neil Bass. Barry Winston and Paul Rule.
In a statement to the Daily Tar Heel concerning his candidacy,
Eisele said, "Although I concur" in Eisele, a sophomore here, grad
the opinion that improvements "ated from Statesville High School
t-Jiild be made on the publication, n 1954.
I have not actively sought the sup- In commenting on his own quali
port of any political group and fications. Fisele said. "I feel thj
agreed to be a candidate only aft- my experience qualnies me t.
ei two weeks of insistaneo hv mv meet that end. If the student body
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; Iff? 5 tK
Bribe Offer Aired;
SP Hit By Intrig
tl. Daily Tar Heel yesterday when
Editor Neil Bass officially launched
personal friends and various cam
Eiele said that his candidacy
should not be construed as an at
tack on the current editor.
"It is rather the realization of
the desire which I have possesseJ
for the past three years to some
day direct my efforts toward the
publication of a finer and vtOte
professional-like campus newspa
per," he said.
Eisele was endorsed by Student
desires that I shall' so proceed at
this time, then it will express th:t
desire in the forthcoming election.
'However, if the student bodv
is reluctant at this time to mafc?
any changes in the administration
Srr Eisele I'ase Three
4 T'-t,. &
Party as its candidate Monday
Chapel Hill s Empty Slocking Fund night after the public debate be
Drive by pledging his $10.20 weekly j tween Candidates Bass, Rule and
the adoption of a
UP Will Back Eisele
In Editorship Contest
P.y KILL CHESHIRE j
Charges oi attempted political col- ;
lusion were leveled today at Harry
Winston, candid ne for editor of the j
Daily Tar Heel, and several of his
ssocia'es. The acersntion was ,
made by candidate Pai'l Rule, w'io ;
said Wally Kuralt visited his room
lost Fridry night and t'em r. (t o
rake an election de 1 witn him in '
behalf f candij te Winslosi. :
It was Kuralt who initiated he
recoil movement by ( ' r
n t'i ions calling for removal of the
present editor. Neil li ss.
" Kuralt came to my room Friday
nivht and said that I did not have
a chance to win t' e ele'-tinn for
editor because Winston's forces had
i a larye eampai'n planned and th
all available spots on campus for
: publicity were sewed up.' Rule
Rule said th i? K ir- It further
' stated that if Wins'on dropped out
j of the race, his supporters would
By BILL CHESHIRE
Following lively discussion
I sponsored by
Stocking Fund Is
the Junior Service
;md assigned to the Daily Tar Heel
a family including two boys. ai;o
stvoM and nine, and three girls,
: ue five, six and eleven.
Tbe Pika "Beat Dok" parade, a
pep rally and an informal "Beat
DtxA" dance till biblibt the
I'N'OOuke fotbH weekend.
. Tte. Pika "ft look" parade
vill beiia t 3 pm. Friday in
front of WoUn Cym. The pa
fa'de will JorhKle tbe Hka "Beta
IroX" Queen ami her court. 30
fUats built, by sorwities, fraterni
ties aoJ dermttories. the UNC
Marchlnf Band, the Navy Drum
nd Bugle Corp. the Air Force
tn4 and Drill Team and the UNC
, Jiil:es for the floats will be
llisi Katherlne Carmichael. Iean
f Wemen: Sm Maill. Director
f Student Activities Dr. A. K
Cameron. UNO Mathematics Pit-
fessr and .lames If. Davis. L'ni
versity Harist manager.
A pep rally, sponsored by th
University Club and OMAJ., wil'
Ke held at 6:43 p.m. Friday on th
Intramural field east of the gym.
Speeches will be made at th'
rally by Coach Jim Taturn and
feotball Captain Buddy Payne
Tbe cheerleader and cardboard
department will perform.
An Informal "Beat TMok" dance.
alu sponsored by tbe Univerkity
Club and GMAB, will be held
from p.m. in Wvollen Gymna
sium, e Vntriloquist Oliver Bloom
fr and his dummy, Jimmy Roscoe,
Presentation of the Pika "Beat
lV)r.k" parade winners will be
made by the Queen at the dance.
There ill be four float win
fieri, one each from a men and
rmien'4 dormitory and one eacl
from a fraternity and Minority.
Visiting Duke tudent.s cooped I
three and one-half muster roint
In Monday nihfs mummoth 31 . laiif. Mis. Mark 'llonna. chair
vouple. monthly master point man of the Fund, received the check
i- Duke students winning one mas
ter point apiece were Pete Schae
I fer. Bill Reister and Bill Barn
' hardt. Winning -one-half master
point was Narvel Crawford.
Carolina's Yackcty-Yack editor,
flene Whitehead was the only
UNC student to win a master
Other UNC student winners
were Bill Fyfe anil John Gwynn.
second place, north-south (section
A); Dick Potth)ff and Jap Mem
ory, third place north-south (Sec
tion A); and Dana Dixon and Bill
Caison, third-place east west (Sec
Winston. Eisele's name was. en
l tered in the nominations for en-
dorsement by severaj SJ members
- who felt that none of the other j
three candidates was as well quali-'
fied as Eisele. I
i At the SI meeting, however,
Eisele told the SP that he did not . N-l B"ss received 3 and Candidate
r-i kV 'iKl t V n r lr 1 1 T rk In cvrhnncia
what can I tell these pee- ,
tor tms consideration, u ue saict. ne
was to appoint Charlie Sloan, who
P.v N T!. i:SS
Chtirgo.; of politic l inti igi e hae
been brovglu against high Student
- ; y membiMs aid former mem
bers now in the ariministr'itMMi -Mid
ftici l!y ps a result of the Student
P- riy endorsement of Do- ; Kist-lf
for editors!. in of T! e Daily T r
Ifeil. rod Eisel-'"- - aiuioun-
me it th.at he would run.
A f :"'-er S (iU-ii( l'-irtv U- (!. c -
i'-: "i-M SuuK'iu Body Presidi-nl
Sonny Evans, ior:ner SP le ders
T Ln. iibel'i. euiTent director oi
Grahr n Memo'-i-d. and .1 nus V'.
t-ce. )!v a 'r.ember of the faeelty.
oMiers met lrst id !i to endorse
Eisele and enc ur:i,re hi -i to ron.
nnd to eneonrav'e the wit!ulr:.val of
I'rriy Wii.ston f:om t'ie editorship
Yesterchiy nfvrnooii. E'sele etn
fiimed his candidacy and cat didate
It.'.r.'y Winston replied, "No com
ment." when asUed if he now plan
ned to withdraw frcm the raee in
iair of SP-backed Eisele.
Concerning the charged morning
rendezvoe.s. former SP leader Wal-
want the nomination. When he
was drafted at the meeting despite
his objections, he declined com
ment on his pos-sible candidacy
until yesterday when he announc
ed that he was definitely in the
Eisele's jvnirnalistie background
j to run
at a Pie?" he siid. "You just can't
. .: iVac naniAla thfit vnn Will not Tim
meeting of the University Party last : , , . ' opposed Bass in the spring elections lace replied that Lambeth had visit
t.,.- o thot v-rn ffl vnn enn fit r
night. Doug Eisele was overwhelm-!'"' " " ' " J ,
ingly selected to be that party's , wel1" 1
c andidate in the recall election for He explained that at first he re
editor of the Daily Tar Heel. .1 fused to accept the nomination but
hud a change of heart after con
solation with several people. One
of these he identified as Jimmy
Kisele received 4a votes; Editor
The Tar Heel staff will prepare
Christmas boxes of imperishable
tood. candy, toys and a gift wrapped includes: two years work on his both Eisele and Bass were allowed
Paul Rlue received none. Candidate
Winston announced at the meeting
that he was withdrawing from the
Eisele also received the Student
Party's endorsement at their meet
ing Monday night.
During the course of the meeting.
Wallace, member of the UNC Dept.
ot Social Science.
Eisele denied, however, that the e
had been a meeting of campus
political figures at Wallace's house
for editor, and former DTH colum- ed his boose at -pproximntely 12:30
nist Frank Crowther to the staff of a. m. to. pay a social call,
the paper. Stodent Bedy President Evans
Aeeordin" to T?nl. Knrrlt told rckno"vUded he 'v.-s In ' the ear
him that he world on'v h-- to which b'vvrrrfif f.-'hcffi tn W,'ll-ces
write editornls and that "oMiers "')'?. hot denied rliat un'y mcefim
would take e re of Uw snana-'vmcnt " seL et a iv lit; "il eaiufidafe tran-
of the paper."
Rule said he told pet it io.no
that he vo"ld be williiv f
Winston .-iltou! the
could not ma I e ;miv promises
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- l.-..- ...U.,..K I.M.W... .O. f;tVo,.s ,. ,.,,, J
SP meeting. He admitted that he
had gone to Wallace's house to
consult him on whether to run for
for each member of the
The family adopted by the Daily
Tar Heel is only one of the many
families which the Empty Stocking
Fund is seeking to provide for this and around the Statesville area.
C hrist mas. ! Last year, Eisele worked as
Editor Bass, who was called into
(See UP Page Three)
All seniors and freshmen who
have not selected their Yack
proofs have through Friday to
do so, it was announced today
by Yack Editor Gene Whitehead.
hometown daily, the Statesville to assume the floor for the purpose : e,,itor but denUfd ,hat anvone else
Record and Landmark; "stringer" . of answering question posed by , met witn tnem there.
work for the Charlotte Observer, party members,
the Greensboro Daily News and j Eisele was the first to address the
the Winston-Salem Journal. ; group. Asked why he had decided to
In addition, he was formerly the enter the race for editor, he told the
United Press representative in UP members that he had been ap
proached "more than three weeks
ago" and asked to run against the
reporter and feature writer for the present editor. At the time, he
Any campus organization or group UNC News Bureau. said, he was not willing to enter the
He added that he spoke to Kuralt
after the candidates" deb.ite Mon
day night and that Kuralt told him
he wanted to talk to him the next
day. So far 1 have heard nothing
else from him." Rule said.
interested in adopting a family to 1
provide Christmas boxes for may
do so through the Empty Stocking
Fund by contacting Mrs. Charles
Boudreau Is Installed
As Dialectic President
By DAVIS YOUNG
The Dialectic Senate last
SP Picks Unannounced Candidate;
Endorses Douglas Eisele For Editor
lone Bandit Escapes
With $500,000 In Gems
DETROIT. Nov. Id. (.tv A lorn
Ka&dit fired tear gas into the facr
of a New York gem merchant to
day ami escaped with a satche'
whicb tbe merchant said contain
etl cut and polished diamond
worth $300,000 wholesale.
. Mar M mderer, 47, the mer
chant, said the man missed an
other $."j0 000 worth of diamond
te carried in a case in bis over
The Student Party in a very
unexpected move Monday night
ran the gamut of the announced
candidates for editorship of the
Daily Tar Heel in the recall elec
tion and picked an unannounced
candidate Doug Kisele to run
under Student Party endorsement.
A large part of tho evening was
!evote! to discussion as to wheth
er the Student Party should sup
ort the recall without end rsing
t candidate, or stand clear of the
Student Party member Gary
Ireer stated that SI was obligat
ed to sponsor the best candidate
tnd that there was "no connection
etween the Daily Tar Heel and
P as to supporting each other in
Jim Holmes exhorted the group
hat "the editor's stand is directly
etween him and the students . . .
teither party should interfere
Joel Fleishman told the assem
ded SP's that . . . "the editorship
s definitely a political position
. . the editorship is the third
nost influential position on carr-
pus." He denounced the party for1
its apparent failure to take a
A number of persons, some of
them former SP actives, took th'.'
floor to protest the party's appar
ent trend toward non endorsement
f any candidate.
Al I.owonstein said that the
Daily Tar Heel is the major issue
this fall. "The Tar Heel, and not
cliques, should be the issue of tho
recall. The SP has no reason to
exist if we must endorse candi
dates to win. The difference has
to be that the Student Party
should be willing to stick out its
neck." he added.
"The Student Party by not say
ing anything endorses Bass,"
stated Jim Jordan, an independent
attending the meeting. He went
on to say that "The Student Party
owes it t; endorse some candi
Gary Greer's motion that the SP
go on record as taking no stand
relative to the recall election next
Tuesday was defeated.
Student Body Vice President
Don Furtado then moved that
"The Student Party go on record
as not endorsing any candidate on
,the grounds that neither is worthy
As Daily Tar Heel managing race,
editor, Eisele was responsible for , Later, he added, he was approach,
the make-up of the front and run- ed again by pepole who impressed
over pages. He wrote heads for the upon him that it was his duty to installed Girard Boudreau ns it
same and was in overall charge of the students to run. president in the traditional innaugu-
the news staff. i "When I, as a person, don t want ; ration ceremonies at the Di Hall in
Chancellor William B. Aycock and
ex-Chancellor Rober B. House honor
ed the large gathering with their
presence anrd remarks. Boid'-eo-was
escorted to the front of the Hall
by the ser'eant-at-arms and swori
in by Lnrry McElroy. ex-president
of the Di.
Boudreau then eave an address
of SP endorsement." This motion.
too, was defeated.
Erwin Fuller then asked the
body,' 'What has Mr. Bass done so
wrong, other than use poor taste?"
How has he harmed the Student
Student Body President Sonny
Evans answered Fuller's questions
by stating that the issue was over
simplified by a charge of poor
taste. He went on to say that Bass
had personally attacked individu
als, had mis-handled the flu epi
demic, and had called football
Coach Jim Taturn, a "ruthless
mrnster." He also stated that Basr,
had editorialized in a front page
story on Adlai Stevenson's visit t )
In answer to Evan's charges
against Bass, Bill Cheshire, DTH
news editor, took the floor to
speak in behalf of Editor Bass
He stated that Bass did not at
tack individuals as such, but rath
er attacked them in their official
In answer to a standing charge
against Bass for not attending the
Chancellor's reception, Cheshire
said. "If Neil (Bass) didn't have
the flu then he had something so
close to it you couldn't tell the dif
ference. Neil has been keeping
long hours at the Tar Heel and
going to class, too," he added
In the course of Cheshire's
speech he was interrupted and
asked to retract his statement that
Bass did not attack individuals ex
cept in their official capacity.
Cheshire said, "I will not retract
it, I will repeat it," and emphali
:ally repeated his previous state
ment. During the course of his defense
of Bass, Cheshire asserted, "Neii
has a right and duty to attack
officials, as does any editor."
The assembly was then charged
from the floor of delving in per
sonalities. "We should try to se
Gary Greer nominated Doug
Eisele took the floor and stated
to the effect, that though he would
like to run in the spring, his
'leanied to develop " . . l-v-to'"
friendship and promotion of useful
"The two literary so- icties be !
"imie so interwoven in te life of ;
'his institution that when the doors
eopened in 1875. one of the first of
ici:d ac's ws o "reiaamrurate" !
he Hi ;md The P'.-i. I
" The basic principles of student
'overnmenf .are found in the history
f the two soeities. It is under
t nd:dlp if one concludes that these
"o soeie'ies have made their con
tribution and that the stream of
on the subject of "The Challenge history h.-s washed their ori"in-il
that the American College Youth j 'unction into larger seas of responsi.
Faces Today." He stated: "Our j bility leaving them with ereat pride
country faces the greatest challenge j of achievement, bet without a pro
she has ever been confronted with." j "ram for the future.
"Our enemies have grown strotv?- ' "A suggestion for your future
er while our Washington bureau- ; role is to provide a much-needed
erats have sat complacently on their : 'abo"iforv whe-o lo-''ership can be
big plush chairs and thought onl" , developed to the highest degree,
of the next election. We must unite M'e ned l bo"ator;e-- in whi h arti
behind young, vigorous and dynamic fi'-al coors boundaries a-e di-crd-leadership.
ed. In the e-rly years these Soc-
This doty falls upon the college ie'ies p-ovided such a laboratory.
"This University needs more than
vet a forum in which students can
ham ner out ideas in the fullest
-.er,s"--e through debate, exchange
of ides and careful reflection. I
sp.'rtd at tha' time.
W.-Mace .-'so .!;erne f'y denied
th; t ary poliiic I mecfin" oceured.
Ye -to d y af crnoon. Kisele made
:s candid -cy official and reported
'hat he had been encouraged to n il.
Candida e Wiaston d-.-nied that he
new of such a meeting, bet refused
o comment oa whether or not he
would reauin in the editorship
The former SP leader who reveal
d his charges of political eon-
iracy concerning high SP officials
'tvtikgd information with the
stipulation that he would remain
Others named in the "intrigue"
accusation were former SP Chair
man Jotl Fleishman, now in the
University Law School. Mid Joiu-
than li-i-dlcy, Winston's
ii a nnger.
group, the leader of tomorrow. We
must look to the future with a
broad vision and a liberal mind.
If we are narrow and petty even
hope is lost."
Aycock was introduced by House, believe this to be your most sieni
who stated in effect that we had figant role and hope that you will
mad in Boudreau's address a re- explore fully its possibility's."
minder that we cannot take for Following Aycock's address. Re
granted the liberties that we now presentative John Brooks of the Phi
Tades were not presently up to i fnjoy. He then proceeded to introd- and the Council of Forensics un-
what he would like for them ! lice Aycock who gave the main ad- veiled a trophy donated by the
be. In declining the nomination he j dress of the evening. Council in honor of ex-Chancellor
told the body "I'd like for you to; Aycock said: "'If past achieve- House, to be presented annually
mention this to me aain in th3;imnt is a true measure of future to the winner of the Di-Phi debate,
spring." (success and in many instances it House made the award to the
The party then voted to endorse j has been the future of our Literary Dialectic Senate stating that he was
Eisele as its recall election candi- j Societies can be a significant one. deeply honored ai d grateful to hav
date-and adjourned. n t"e Debating Society was ( the award named in Ins uouur.
At Duke Game
The following is a statement re
leased to the Daily Tar Heel by
Buddy Payne, football team cap
tain, and President of the Student
Body Sonny Evans regarding the
Carolina-Duke game Saturday:
"The Duke-Carolina football
"ame will take place in Durham
this Saturday, and this year t II ?
rivalry looms bigger than ever. It
is a cherished and well-respected
rivalry, characterized by :(o-d
spei-tsmanship among the playe's
a" ' students alike ant! bo'h sh u'd
work to maintain this relationship.
"In the past, there have been
acts of immaturity and thought
lessness which were dista-teful
everyone and undermined t'r?
good ri' alrv instead of adding 'o
it. Vandalism an 1 violence n'y
destroy rrooe" ly and cause u.v
r-cessarv hard feelings between
! '"The Carolina football players
i-f determined and :inviiins in
day clean, rugged football, and
ve urge the spectators to join in
1 di-nlny the same sort of atti
'ude in the stands.
"With student cooperation from
both schools, we can enthusiasti-
ally look forward to this g?me
nd can protect the Duke-Carol iin
i'-p'-v into an even mare healthy
tkt0mtm6miMmilM0i0 alii iftarftanl