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VOL. LXV NO. 64
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Classes should be dismissed on
January 2, Editor says on page
Offices in Graham Memorial
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1957
Complete UP) Wire Service
FOUR PAGES THIS ijAuE
Clemson Is First
Foe For Tar Heels
By BILL KING
Carolina's magnificent national basketball champions will initiate
the 1 057 -53 season against the Clemson Tigers here this afternoon be
fore a capacity crowd in Woollen Gym and a large regional television
audience. Tapoff is set for two o'clock.
With the inception of the new season, the Tar Heels extend a 32
Eamc win challenge to Ircss Maravick's veteran Tigers in the unveil
ing of the 1H57 58 edition of basketball a lar Tar Heclia.
All basketball eyes in the land will In interested in the activities
in this basketball mail little village today as every team in the nation
licks its chops to get a cYack at the enough to win the conference
high flying charges of the Smiling championship.
Irishman. Coach Frank McGuire. I Rut Tar Heel followers can't
McGu ire Philosophical g,i along with McGuire in this re-
McGuirc is philosophical about sprct. They have taken the "show
the entire situation. He's already me" attitude, figuring the Tar
averred that the loss of center .Toe Heels to be just about as strong
Quigg has desiccated his club's and looking for another great sea
chances of repeating as national son.
champs and gives strong indication The ns of Quigg and the grad
that he figures to lose several nation of Ail-American Lennie Ro
manics this year by stating th?t senbluth has depleted considerably
.about a 0-5 record will be good the Tar Heel's stock of veteran
material, but a host of highly-
rated sophomores give Tar Heel
followers occasion to smile.
J Trio To Start
i McGuire, "Coach of the Year' last
j season, is looking at things with a
cautious eye. He knows he has the
material but is convinced that it
will have to develop with actual
game experience. Thus the friend
ly Tar Heel chieftain will begin
f)r. Bernard Boyd. Chairman of an experimentation period this aft
the Deportment of Hcligion. an- crnoon which he figures will last
noimced today that Samuel S;m j through December and part of Jan-
Ffve Mnglll. Director of student uary. He'll be juggling his lineup
activities will tench Itcligion 31 In , considerably in an attempt to come
Iho spring emrter. i up jrith the "right" combination.
The coure. ' Christian Ethics and.- The only aure thing about "this
.Modern Problem." is a considera-j afternoon's same Is that it will be
tww ( m relevance t tbe CYrll- played and that veterans Pete
Umn tnith to problem of war and ttrennan. Boh Cunningham and
V-ence. economic enterprise, marrt- Tommy Kearns will be in the start
ace and the family, and the tunc- ing lineup. After that, the matter
lions of the Mate and international , of a starting five is left to the cle
urganuation in he contemporary ment of conjecture.
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Actors Withdrawal From UNC
Cited As Reason For Decision
By CURTIS CANS
Harry Moore. t'x-jjracluaic art student Iroin Kliabethtow n. has been ruled ineligi
ble to pai ti( ipate in the Petite l)ramati(itc production of "Judith," to be held in Graham
Memorial's main lounge Sunday and Monday nights.
The initial ruliii' was handed down bv Dean o! Student Affairs Fred Weaver on Wed
nesday. alter Moore had voluntarily withdrawn as a student at the University. He had been
a student here since the lirst session of summer school.
Chancellor William B. Aycock
C'-iirl in n n intorrioir i-octprrloi! that
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Bill Condemning SSL Is
Debated By Legislature
By PRIXGLE PIPK1X
The only motion to cause debate
the Student Legislature meeting
Thursday night was one by John
Brooks SP) to bring Charlie Gray's i
tCPi bill concerned with the con
duct of SSL out of committee.
Gray's resolution would condemn
I gone although the issue was still
! somewhat alive now.
Al Goldsmith (UP) said that the
Ways and Means committee might
make it a more acceptable bill and
j that Charlie Gray, who was absent
because of a quiz, should have a
chance to speak on the bill.
Brooks' motion failed, and the bill
me l lor n siana on mien acidi i wil, come before the legislature at
marriage and would repudiate any ; tne next meeting.
claim that "the State Student Lesis- j Adams introduced a bill to ap
lature is truly representative of the propriate $28.75 to the Dean of
student bodies of its participating j Awards Tne money will be used to
schools. j j)rint names on certificates to be
Brooks arguc-u mai tne legislature given to freshman who make the
had already made a stand concern- j dean's list twice.
ing the State Student Legislature The certificates have been printed
when it passed his bill which made -( for sometime, ,but all the money the
(See McC.L'IRE, Page 4)
MaaiU graduated from UNC in I
10:0 and received his Bachelor of
1 Jivinity in Christian Ethics at Yale
Divinity School in 1953. Shortly af
terward he was ordained minister
of the Congregational Christian
While a student at UNC. he was a
star athlete in track and cross
country, president of the YMCA.
member of the Order of Grail and ! Phi Beta Kappa initiated 33 new
Delta Psi social fraternity and rc-1 members into the honorary scholar-
ALL-AMERIC A.N CANDIDATE Tommy Kearns, 5-11 guard from
Bergenfield, N. J. will begin his final season for Coach Frank Mc
Gwire's Tar Tecls against Clemson here today. Kearns has been
named to several pre-season Ail-American teams and is expected to
lead the Tar Heels in defense of their national cage title.
Phi Beta Kappa Initiates 33
In Ceremonies Here Yesterday
the SSL delegation subject to its
.lack Lawing UP. chairman of
the ways and means commitee,
said he tought the bill could be
Legislature appropriated at that
time was used to print the certifi
cates and none was left to pay for
printing flu? names.
If the bill is passed, sophomores
he, as chancellor of the University,
takes full responsibility for Wea
Aycock said that Moore's with-1
drawal from the University was
the generating circumstance for
the action, and added that once
Moore had voluntarily withdrawn
he was no longer a student, and
hence had no right to participate
in student activities.
Weaver, commenting at the
same interview, said that the po
licy of the University is that stu
dent activities exist for student
participation, and it is student mon
ey that finances these activities.
Aycock said the fact that Moora
is. a non-student Negro was an
other factor in his decision. Ay
cock added that either factor
that Moore is an ex-student or
that he is a non-student Negro
taken separately would have pro-
hibited Moore's performance.
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c-rived the Algernon Sidney Sullivan
Award at graduation.
In 19.V1 he took a Job as secretary
of the YMCA at Davidson and in
m:, Joined the UNC faculty.
This will be the first time he hai
taught this course here. It will be
off trod Tuesday. Thursday and Sat
urday at 9 a. m.
All entries in Mademoiselle's
College Board Contest that reach
ed the magazine before Xov. 21
were destroyed hy fire, Joel Gra
ham, pre editor, has announced.
Tlwve affected can qualify with
out redoing their tryout by writing
a note of application to Mudemnl
elle'i College Board Contest. 573
Madison Ave., New York, N. Y.
ship fraternity here yesterday after
noon. Another honorary member'i
name was included on the list of
initiates, but he was not present
for the ceremonies.
Of the 33 initiated, 23 arc from
North Carolina. John Motley More
head of New York City was in
itiated previously as an honorary
member, but his name appeared
on the list of members in the an
rual fall initiation yesterday.
Graham Holding, president of
the UNC Chapter of Phi Beta
! Ki.ppa. presided at the initiation.
Dean Corydon P. Spruill briefly
addressed the new members.
Other Phi Beta Kappa officers
this year arc: John A. Mraz, vice
president; George W. Brycc. rcc
ording secretary; and Dr. E. L.
Mackie. corresponding secretary
The new members tapped yes
Charles Harwood Bowman Jr., ville, Ky.; 'Wilson R. Cooper Jr.,
Southern Pines; Eppie Bennett I Signal Mountain. Tenn.; Catherine
Cox, Aurora; George Thomas Dav
is, Burlington; 'Dickson Brown
Dunlap and Donald Lee Ilardison
Chapel Hill; Ann Garner
man, Morehcad City.'
Wilhelmcna Margaret Falken
bcrg, John W. Ruff and Elliott
Murnick Schwartz, all of Charlot
te; Benjamin Garrou, Valdese;
Jimmy Louis Glass, Mount Airy;
Janet McNeil Hamby.'Lenoir; Bur
ton Allan Horwitz, Raleigh.
Ernest Kelly James Jr. and EI
bert Richard Jones Jr., Winston
Salem; Harllee Wingate Lyon,
Plymouth; Charles Rex O'Briant,
Lunnlcvcl; Ann T. Powell, Dur
ham; Sylvia Lorraine Phillips,
Greensboro; Hoylc Lynwood Rob
inson. Ellerbe; Margaret Ellen
Summerell, Gastonia; Michael
Spencer Tanner, Rutherfordton.
Albert Marvin "Waitman. Fayet
teville; Vcrna Mac Brimm, Louis-
D. Frost, Florence, Ala.; Susan
Rosalie Gichner, Washington, D
C; Lois Naefach Glasser, Silver-
Eas'-I wniu, .it,y XjJUiiil viiavvij,
j Ringgold. Va.: Dana Tune Fryer,
Chatham, Va.; Robert August similar
Rechholtz, Syossett, L. I., N. Y.; them.
"salvaged" and that the bill was too J who made the dean's list twice last
involved for the Legislature acting ! year will be given a certificate this
as a committee to work on. j year. From then on the certificates
He asserted that the changing of j will probably be presented in Sept
the bill was rightfully t he work of i ember.
:iis committee and that was the rea- j
Kin that his committee was created.
Brooks claimed that the Way and
Means committee had done all it
was going to do.
Criticizing two points in the bill,
he said the bill condemned a parti
cular stand of which the Legislature
did not know the full details and
it made claims for UNC as well as
all the other schools participating
in the SSL.
"I think the bill is a little super
ficial," he said and stated that his
bill and Gray's bill were rather
in the purposes behind
Garv Kav Smilev. Snartanburs. ! Lawing and Tally Eddings SP),
S. C; and John A. Sneden Jr.,
Tenafly, N. J.
The next initiation of new mem
bers will take place in May.
a member of the ways and means
committee both said- that they had
not completed working on the bill.
Pat Adams SP said that some
of the timeliness of the bill had
Glee Club To
Sing At Game
The UNC Men's Glee Club will
add a little spice to the initial
performance of the Tar Heel bas
ketball team today.
They will fill the gymnasium
with music at the onset of the
game and will provide harmonious
entertainment at the halftime.
The 60-voiced group will render
three or four numbers, including
'Climbin' Up De Mountain." a
Negro spiritual and "Down Among
The Dead Men," an English drink
"Hark the Sound" will be sung
before the beginning of the game
Death Came At 10:50
Manning County Sheriff
Gives Details In 'Knifing'
Ity now LAND
Pete Brcnnan scrimmaued with
the varsity basketball team aga
inst the freshmen for over an hour
before he was knifed to death In
front of the Delta Delta Delta Sor
ority house Thursday. Manning
County Sheriff Carl Churchill aid
The sheriff said Brcnnan left
Woollen Gym approximately at
10:30 p. m.t and apparently went
immediately to the sorority house
house on Pittsboro St,
The county medical examiner
placed the time of death at 10:30
p. m. Thursday.
Sheriff Churchill said Brennan
evidently was going to see Gail
Willingham. campus homecoming
tueen and member of Delta Delta
Delta, with whom he had been
seen in the past few weeks.
As Brennan approached the
house, he was met by Buddy
Payne, star football player who
has been seen in the company of
Miss Willingham during the fall.
Miss Willingham was standing
on the porch of the house and' fold
Sheriff Churchill she saw a strug
gle between the two men. She said
Payne fell to the ground on top of
Brennan and a few seconds later
Payne alone arose.
The medical examiner said Bren
nan's death was caused by a knife
wound in the chest.
Payne was scheduled to be ar
raigned before a magistrate in a
preliminary hearing today.
The event is part of the annual
Mock Trial sponsored by Phi Alpha
Delta law fraternitv.
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VICTIM IN 'KNIFING' Minutes after star eager Pete Brennan was "knifed to death" Thursday
night, staff photographer Norm Kantor arrived at the scene of the "crime" to take this picture of Bren
nan' body on the grass in front of the Tri Delt Hou se,
A five-point proposal designed to
revise the present system of
granting excuses was presented to
the faculty council yesterday by
Student Body President Sonny
Evans, Vive President Don Furta-
do and Honor Council Chairman
The Council voted to appoint a
committee to investigate the pro
posals. No other formal . action
was taken cn the bill.
The proposal presented to the
i grout suggested that: Thepres-
taken together, c-nt system of issuing class excuses
were considered in the decision, j be abolished.
Aycock said. He said, however, 'That the person who grants
that there was no written policy the excuse from a given class
concerning nersons outside tne .Mian De ine instructor oi ine
Moore has asked Consolidated
University President William Fri
day for a ruling on whether there
is any way Moore can participate
in the production. Friday deferred
ruling and statement until he con
fers with Chancellor Aycock and
has become acquainted with the
facts of the matter.
Moore said he might appeal an
adverse decision to the board of
trustees if time permits.
Seamon Gottlieb, producer of
the play, said the play will be
put on as scheduled, and thaj Dav
id Small, senior Playmaker whe
participated in "Brigadoon" and
"Peer Gvnt" last vear will takv
Moore's place in event Moore u
not in the play.
Hauser Case Cited
Dean Weaver cited, in support
of the ruling, the case of Chuck
Hauser, a student who had with
drawn from the University and
continued to write for the Daily
Tar Heel. As soon as the admins
tration was notified of Hauser'i
withdrawal, he was ordered to
cease his extra-curricular Univer
When asked about the fact the
ten-year-old Mike Okun was in
the play and is not a student, Ay
cock said that the ruling was on
the basis of Moore's being an "ex
student." However, he added that at the
present time he felt the University
would not feel free to have a Ne
gro who was not a student parti
cipate in student activities. He
further said that within the
framework of University rules
Negro students are given equal
frights and privileges.
Commenting on the administra
tion ruling, Moore stated. "I am
no longer a student in this uni
versity; therefore, I may no long
er participate in any extra-curricular
activities of the university.
This is the standing decision of
the University as of this moment.
and I must accept it. I should like
to make my basie position clear,
''For several reasons, I have a
deep personal desire to continue
in "Judith." I like the play, and
I feel a deep responsibility to the
current production. Also, in the
course of a month of almost con-i-tant
contact with the cat, I
(See MOORE, Page 3)
"That the 'official' excuse from
sny other person or office shall
be required by the instructor.
"That the instructor shall ac
cept, as official, the word of the
person who seeks the excuse.
"That the office (s) which now
have the authority to grant ex
cuses shall retain that authority
i that it may be exorcised when
ever it shall, for any reason, be
Evans pointed out that this
basically is the same as the pres
ent rule, except that the infir
mary and the deans' offices would
be relieved of the extra load of
handling excuses and the matter
would be handled personally b--ween
the student and instructor.
Dr. E. McG. Hedgpeth, Univer-
1 : . 1 ,J iun . i
siiy piijsician. luiu irn;
'hat he knew of at least one in
stitution where removal of restric
tions brought an infirmary cae
level Irop of 2.000. He did not
name the institution.
Dr. C. A. Cathey asked if the
change would not bring about ,"un
'icensed practice of medicine in
the dormitory" and cause some
students to refrain from going tr
the infirmary when they need
Evans said he had called Dr.
Hedgpeth about this and said th?
ioctor told him that if a student
s seriously ill he comes to the
DENTISTS MEET TODAY
Dentists from throughout North
Carolina are expected to meet
here today for the third annual
oost-graduate dental seminar and
The meeting is being sponsored
by the School of Dentistry.
Most of the morning session will
be devoted to two television pro
grams over the closed circuit TV
hookup at the School of Dentistry.
The annual luncheon and bust
ness meeting of the dental Foun
dation of N. C. will be held at the
Carolina Inn at noon.
IN THE INFIRMARY
Miss Susan Tuggle, and Milburn
Gibbs. Billy Carroll, William
Stepp, Jerry Fisher, Carl Pickard,
James Armacost, Paul Nifong,
William Allen, Harold Cluberth.
James Gaylord. John Ghanim and