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They should be on Honor Sys
tem basis. Editor says on Page 2.
Offices in Graham Memorial
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1957
Complete Wire Service
FOUR PAGES THIS iuS
A violent earthquake v;k record
'i i on the sekmouraph hist night
mi violent that a t'niversity Geo
h gist said it vva impossible to
figure out cither the direction or the
distance to tlie quake scene.
Earlier experts at the University
of California and an Italian observa
tory had reported a recording of a
violent quake. California scientists
said the tremor probably centered
in N'oi Hi China, and the Italian
scieniH's said the quake jarred
their sei -.mograph so they could not
fVtermine the (lirction
Dr. C.erald It. McCarthy of the
t NC C.eolnL'v Department said the
qnakc was recorded at 10 "I p. m.
I-ST and was so violent that he
fi Mired it was either one of the
.'rratest earthquakes the world has
felt in many years or was very i
WASHINGTON ,V Chairman
MiCellan DArk said today his
Senate Rackets Investigating Com
mite has evidence of organized ter
rorism by the Teamsters Union in
the Southern states and failure of
law enforcement officials to in
MeClellan's assertion was in a
statement prepared for tlie opening
of public hearings in which a truck
driver who survived a blast of gunfire-
from nmbti.sii was scheduled as
u Key v.Uno's. Tbe driver wns
Unentitled as Hay Uyrd of Hatavia,
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Cover Numerous Topics
By PRINGLE PIPKIN
Rnnakirtt hfnm trip &tii(1fnt Tcrielatiirn PrnciHnt rf Vn QtnHnt
Body Sonny Evans last night delivered his State of the Campus Ad-'
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uress. wnicn ueau wun prwiems in seven neias oi Muaeni uovern
ment. By a unanimous voice vote the Legislature passed John Brooks
(UP) bill "to establish the N. C. State Student Legislative Delegation
of UNC as an independent organization with its members subject to
the approval of the Student Legislature of UNC."
The bill as approved was amended by one article which stated,
"the UNC delegation to the SSL shall not in any way be considered
as officially representing thfc University or the students attending
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TO SPEAK HERE In a news release vesterdav from the Care-
lina Forum, it was announced that Abba Eban, Israeli ambassador
to the United States would be brought to the Carolina campus by
Carolina Fdrum Brings
Israeli Ambassador Here
Dr. Abba Eban, Israeli Ambassaj llolme jsaMJhat the subject mV
dot to the Unitea States since Uer . of "the speech would probably
Is Topic At
Brooks, who called this bill "a
piece of legislation which meets
all the requirements" of the SSL
Constitution, was the only one to
speak on it.
In speaking on "athletics and
housing." his third topic, Evans
said, "if you believe that a student
Cager Pete Brennan
Buddy Payne Held
(Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity It was the second major blow to he searched Payne and found a
each year sponsors a mock trial : Carolina's basketball team this pistol.
is a student first and whatever
j else he is second, then the'segre-
"In the future, IDC members will , gation of football players is
year. Joe Quigg, big 6 7 center, ; It had not been fired,
was sidelined for the season two 1 Miss Willingham told officers
lowing story is connected with the ! weeks ago with a fractured knee. ! she w itnessed the killing. She said
j trial.) j Sheriff Carl Churchill arrested she was waiting on the porch of
i Payne on a preliminary charge of the Tri-Delt house to see Brennan,
Pete Brennan, star forward on ; , . , h ,..nIllH hold whom she said she had warned
Payne pending a complete investi-, 30 minutes earlier of threatening
Sheriff Churchill said the mur-
featuring prominent campus per
sonalities as DrinciDals. The fol-
the national champion UNC basket
ball team, was knifed to death last
night in front of the Delta Delia ,
calls by Payne.
She said Payne and Brennan
N.ill deliver an adress in Chapel Hill deal with Israel and tlie Mid- East.
T" I As to whether the Forum would
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LONDON Dec. 5 '.V Kussia
scored another first today, launch
ing the first atomic-powered sur
The lG.ooo tnn icebreaker Lenin i
slid down the ways in Leningrad.!
Moscow radio announced. Shipyard
workers had originally hoped to
launch it at the time of celebrations
Nov. 7 of the Bolshevik devolution's
LONDON iP Rescue teams to
night removed the last bodies from
the wreckage of a disastrous two
train pilcup. The immediate death
toll was fixed at 84.
Another 174 persons were injured.
i fin ruiiruu, 1. 1. v. " . , --
Eban. who wm speaK ai o p. m. ... 0 Arh cmliKmnn iatpr in
.Hill Hall, is belns brought here as t f
,he second prescmauon o. uie uu- . . said . dopend
lma Forum- ion the subject matter of Ebans
I am glad he is coming; we have
been after him for quite a while,"
said Jim Holmes, chairman of the
speech and popular demand.
Although tlie Forum schedule is
r.11 not-iin Holmes said. "If
be present at all panty raids,"
This statement came forth in the
discussion by the IDC concerning
the recent panty raids on campus.
It was not a suggestion of participa
tion, however, nor a condoning of
the recent doings.
It was merely a warning that the
IDC intends to make a stand and
take action against any future such
Having been informed by one of its
members that the administration is
"sort of peeved" that the student
povernment has not taken any de
finite numur -.aiw"1 m
raids, the IDC moved to adopt a re
solution condemning such behavior
on the grounds trtat:
1. They are detrimental to the
reputation of the University.
2. They are destructive to person
al and public property.
3. They are an infringement on
4. They reflect immature behavior.
Delta sorority house by iootball ; de appeared to be caused by ! met on the walk in front of the
star Buddy Payne. j jeaj0USy over a Coed, Gail Willing- house, began arguing and wrestled
Brennan was pronounced dead ham. ; each other to the ground,
cn arrival at N. C. Memorial Hos- j Payne told officers he did not: Payne came out on top, she sob-
who have to live in Steele dorm, pital immediately after the stabb- bring the knife used in the killing bed, and both men st
he asserted that the "Student Gov- . ing.
Referring to the Negro students
Phi Betes To
Thirty-three juniors, seniors and
t'NC graduates will be initiated into
Phi Beta Kappa honorary fraternity
this afternoon at 4:30 in Di Hall,
according to Dr. E. L. Mackie. dean
seriously, in the crash last night j of awards.
til two trains Jammed with London
commuters and Christmas shoppers.
"HDF.LIO" TO BE A1KED
Tomorrow evening "Let's Lis
ten to Opera," the University of
North Carolina's Extension Divis
ion's weekly complete operatic
broadcast, will nreent Beethoven's
' Fidelio" in a recorded perform-j
aiic conducted by the late Arturo 1
Tocanini. Norman Cordon will be
th c immrntator.
IMIAK.M ACY WIVES ( LI II
Tlie Pharmacy Wives will meet
thi evening at 8 o'clock in the
Institute of Pharmacy to make
The names of the 33 will be with
held from publication until after
Dean C. P. Spruill will address
the initiates at this afternoon's cere
monies. Officers of Phi Beta Kappa will
i conduct the initiation. The officers
are: Graham o. Morning. prcMuem,
John Agust Mraz. vice-president;
George Bryce, recording secretary;
and Dr. Mackie, corresponding sec
retary and treasurer.
Dr. Mackie said 11 of the 33
initiates graduated from Carolina
in June or during the summer.
The others are members of the jun-
there is enough demand
Arab, we will get one."
Be explained that last year, the
Forum had tried to bring an Arab
spokesman to the campus but had
not been able to work it out.
Dr. Eban. a prominent scholar of
Middle Eastern Affairs, was born
in South Africa. Baised in England,
he attended Cambridge University
and later became a member of the
Cambridge faculty as an authority
on Hebrew, Arabic, and Persian
vernment by its silence sanctions
this principle of second class stu
"Problems such as the drinking
rule which undermines the entire
Honor system . . ., the discrimina
tory clause . . ., the presence of
book reports and themes . . ., have
gone unnoticed by responsible cit
izens for too long a time," he said
in reference to fraternities and
Evans emphasized the need in
enlarge the facilities of the pre
sent Student Union. lie said that
the Union had been the "program
ming arm of the Student Govern
ment," and the two do not com
pete against each other.
"Dormitories should be complete
living units, both socially and ac
ademically, and they do not ful
fill these needs for a variety of
reasons," he stated.
with him. Sheriff Churchill said , possession of the knife.
Prominent Speakers Being
ls-viihMl To Svmoosium We
j fic Program for the Immediate Fu- J ment off-campus
Iture." - Organization of Peace and , was planned for
rvival; ' Security." 'Our Relations with Al- ii m, Hallford sai
By NANCY IIIIJL
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5. They are an lnirueuou ui
campus code, the University housing NO QUIET HOURS
regulations ,and often lead to honor He listed these as no real quiet
,.,,1 violations i hours a lack of counselling for the
Also of nrime interest to the students in the dorms, the small-
members of the IDC at the Wednes
day meeting was the discusion of
plans for the up-and-coming 1DC
The dance will be in Cobb Base
ment on Dec. 14. It will last form
8 p. m. until midnight and music
and refreshments will be furnished.
"The Dimensions of Surviv
American Culture in World Focus
will be the area examined by
prominent speakers here next
March in the 1958 Symposium on
The topic was developed by Sym
posium Program Committee, head
ed by Jerry Oppenheimer.
1 es. Neutrals and Potential En
Also included will be:
mal Education System."
ture and the Fine Arts.
the 195S Sympos-
In a prospectus published by the , ate Enterprise.
I'hrWma favors for the children'""
in the Pcd.atric Ward at Memorial I Tins afternoon s ceremony , the
' ., , ! annual fall initiation for Phi Bete.
An active member of the Zionist
movement. Dr. Eban appeared be
fore the Political Committc of the
United Nations in 1949 to plead the
case for Israel's admission to the
When appointed Ambassador to
the United States he was the young
est official to hold a position of such
'ank and importance in Washington.
The Carolina Forum has invited
all students and other interested
persons to attend the address and a
reception for Dr. Eban. which will
bo held in Graham Memorial im
mediately following the speech.
Carolina car owners still can
register their automobiles without
any penalty, according to Ray Jef-
feries, assistant to the Dean of Stu-1
However, after Dec. 10, the Stu
dent Traffic Council will begin call
ing before them students who have
not by then registered their cars.
Car registration is being conduct
ed in the Dean of Student Affairs
office. It was reported that about
3") cars were registered Wednesday
Federal Inspection Unit Visits AFROTC
. -j . aj, c.,r.H. t? role i rnrw John L. Holhouser fro
A Federal Inspection Team is
visiting the Carolina AFBOTC De
tachment yesterday and today.
Tlie team received a briefing by
n board of cadet officers prior to
the Parade-Keview cermony given
for the inspectors at 12:30 on Em
erson Field yesterday.
The inspectors will interview de
tachment and cadet personnel and
monitor air science classes during
the remainder of their visit
"The purpose of the federal in
spection Is to develop and exchange
ideas on ways to improve the AF
BOTC Program and to give the
Cfcdets the best possible instruction."
Adams. Sanford; Jerry R. Cole
New Bern; James L. Hay, Ashe
ville; William E. Stewart, Marsh-
ville; Dan L. Sherrill. Chapel Hill;
and Jim W. Varnum, Supply.
Promoted from Cadet T-Sgt. to
Cadet M-Sgt. is William C. Jones of
Asheville- and from Cadet Staff
Sgt. to Cadet T-Sgt. is Dan D
Drummond of Winston-Salem.
Cadets Robert D. Fulghum, Fayet
teville; Douglas N. Kelly, Waynes-
ville; Gordon II. Lindsey. Great
Neck, N. Y.; and Samuel H. Dorsett
of Winston-Salem were promoted
an AFROTC spokesman said.
Lt. Col. DcAlhert S. Hoke Jr. and
Col. Sidney F. Wogan from AFRO
TC Headouarters. Maxwell AFB,
Alabama, are the members of the
Seventeen AFBOTC cadets have
received promotions, the UNC unit
Promoted from Cadet Captain to
Cadet Major are William M. Aldred.
Durham; Howard C. Barber. Chapel
Hill; Victor K. Goodman, Chapel
Hill; and William D. Lackey, States-villc.
Promoted from Cadet 1st Lt. to , from Cadet Airman 2nd class to
Cadet Captain are Jordan E. Cadet A-lc
Cadet John L. Holhouser from
Rockwell was promoted from Cadet
A-3e to Cadet A-2c.
Cantain Charles J. Hall, Air
Science IV instructor, has Deen
selected to receive a regular com
mission in the Air Force. He was
notified of his promotion by General
T. C. Rogers, commandant of the
AFROTC, last week
Captain Hall was selected to re
ness of the Student Affairs Office
and a physical plant which needs
"On Friday, we go before the
Faculty Council to present a pro
posal for placing the granting of
excuses for illnesses as a matter
of honor between the instructor
and the student," Evans said.
Evans mentioned these problems
with respect to expected increased
enrollment and the arrival of a
new Chancellor, which has made
this year "one of great potentiali
ty." In concluding Evans said, "It is
with great courage of conviction
that I have spoken to you tonight
on the ways, the only ways, I think
we can justify our existence."
The entirety of the address will
be published later in The Dailj
The Legislature passed unani
mously Al Goldsmith's (UP) anc
Pat Adams (SP) bill to provide
$100 to the National Student Asso
ciation Committee to defray ex
penses to the regional assembly
HOME FOOTBALL GAMES
Goldsmith's resolution against
"home football games during the
Thanksgiving Holidays" was unan
The body unanimously passed
Brooks' bill to appropriate $100 as
an honorarium to a team of de
baters from Scottish universities.
By special orders the Legisla
ture passed Rudy Edwards' (SP)
bill "commending the UNC foot
ball team for its victory over
Duke." and Caleb Whites' resolu
tion calling for the resumption of
classes on Jan. 3 (instead of Jan.
A bill to add "Peanuts" to the
comic of The Daily Tar Heel, one
to get a street light between Len-
Symposium recently, the general
topic was outlined in the following
categories: Physical Survival, in
cluding discussion of the technology
of survival and the political strategy
of survival; Cultural Survival, in
cluding "transmission of our cul
tural heritage" and "other cultures
in relation to our own;" and Amer
ican Values in Crisis, including
The Fate of the American tradi
tion" and "Religious, moral ana
ethical values: traditions and
More detailed topics will include
the following: "The Threat of Mili
tary Science," "The Promise of j more
Twelve principal speakers are
Chairman Hallford . stated in the
Our For-1 prospectus concerning the purpose
Our Mass lo this years topic: "The 1958 Sym-
" Litera-1 pesium is attempting to focus the
Political i't tent ion of the University corn
Security." munity on the key issue of our
times: survival. It will explore me
various dimensions of this question,
from ilie point of view of the im
mediate aspects of the problem and
being invited to participate in this : long-range complexities,
springs Symposium, according to j .."In the course of Symposium
Symposium Chairman Sonny Hall-j v.xek in March a great variety of
ford Hallford stated this week that j distinguished speakers will come to
he anticipates releasing the names the University campus for seminars
of the speakers within the next j classroom discussions and formal
k j addresses. They will offer a variety
Approximately 12 a d d i t i o n a 1 ! of viewpoints. We expect broad par-
speakers will participate in the Uc.pation in inee acmu.es uy mu
Svmposium on the seminar and dents, faculty and citizens in what
classroom discussion level. Hall- je hope will be a most stimulating
ford stated. sl'lks of experiences'
The committee on seminar and j WEIL LECTURES
classroom discussions, headed by! The Symposium will be held in
ic -nrHnt toward a i conjunction with the annual Weil
concentrated series of
Non-Military Science," "A Scienti- formal discussions, including prom-
Carolina Playmakers Begin
Work On Third Production
Rehearsals are now in progress
for the Carolina Playmakers third
production of the theatrical season,
"What Every Woman Knows,"
scheduled for Dec. 11-15 in the Play
Victory Village Shelter
To Be Built Soon
In this situation comedy of the
early liKlO's. Robert Kettler, Wyn-
cote. Pa., and Carolyn Myers, Ra- I
leigh, take the leading roles. Ket
the play John Shand. a man in
the public eye. Miss Myers is Mag
Hie, the vvoman-behind-the-man.
The role of Lady Sybil Lazenby
is taken by Donna Hastings. Marion
Fitzsimmons plays the Cometesse i
de la Breine.
Lectures, to be given this year by
W. D. Brogan. Brogan's topic will
be "Concepts of Citizenship in
Britain. Fiance and the Unjted '
The Weil Lectures committee is
heeded by Dr. James Godfrey.
Tlie Carolina Symposium on Pub
lic Affairs was first organized in
1956, as a revival and reorganiza
tion of the Institute of Human Af
fairs, which was established in 1927.
The 1956 Symposium had a three
fold topic: "Old Problems in the
New South." ' The Emerging World
Community Problems and Pros
pects," and "The United States in
the World Today."
A shelter will be built for the
children in Victory Village. Al Alp-!
bin. chairman of the Veterans At- Ors in the cast are Pat Mul
' -1. :n TT.. n Til 1 , w r,din
ceive the commission from thou- 0ir Tan an(j Raleigh Road and an
r . 1 I . . ,
sands of reserve officers oi me j other to appropriate money xo en
basis of interest and ability dis
played during his Air Force career,
said the unit information office .
able the presentation of certifi
cates to freshmen who make the
dean's list were all introduced.
fairs in Victory Village Advisory
Commission, announced yesterday.
Alphin said that Director of Op
erations J. S. Bennett said this
shelter would be built for the 20 to
25 children who have to await the
"Something will be done in the
next couple of weeks unless some
thing unforeseen comes up," prom
ised Alphin. He explained that Ben
nett had been tied up recently with
the construction of the new dorms.
The State Highway Department
has been asked by Bennett to put
up some more caution signs in the
Victory Village area.
vihill. Evanston. 111., as Alec Wylie
the father of Maggie: Ross. Baum
stone. Woodside, N. Y., as the
brother, David; Harvey Knox,
Greensboro, as James Wylie, Mag
gie's second brother; Taylor Wil
liams, Dunn, as Charles Venable;
Lore Schedule, Wadesboro, as
Grace; Warren Heeman, Chapel
Hill, as Thomas; and Jim Potter,
Guldsboro. as Fieke.
Reserved seat tickets for the pro
duction are now on sale in the
Business Office of the Carolina
Playmakers. 214 Abernethy Hall,
and Ledbetter-Pickard. All seats
The following activities are
scheduled for Graham Memorial
Petites Dramatiques, 6 p. m..
Roland Parker Lounge 1; GMAB,
3 p. m., Rendezvous Room.
IN THE INFIRMARY
Students in the infirmary yes
Miss Susan Tuggle, and Milburn
Gibbs. Billy Carroll. Walter Rand,
Alvin Mustain, Jaujit Monga,
James McDonald. Carl Pickard,
James Arrnacost, Paul Milfong,
William Allen, James Gaylord and