"Chupal Hill, B.C.
Generally fair, windy and quite
cool. Friday, partly cloudy with
The editor discusses Russian
attitude toward peace and the
rest of the- world on page 2.
VOL. LXV NO. 67
Offices in Graham Memorial
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1957
Complete () Wire Service
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'WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS' Taylor Williams as Venables and Marion Fitz Simons as the Com
tesse de la Briene in "What Every Woman Knows' which continues through Sunday at the Playmak
ers Theatre. Performances are at 8:30 p.m .Tickets are available at the box office each evening at
7:30. They also may be purchased at 214 Aberneth, Hall and Ledbetter Pickard.
Preparations Set For Mock Trial;
Payne Faces First Degree Charge
I'.v 1.1) KDWI.AM) i Tu n l'.ciuu tt. Cilcs Clark,
l'rc'.i.ira! urn- luv U.f tn.il of Sunt'i .uul l.ukc Crulx-tt.
Jim I V itiu-sse for tho state arc Gail
Willinuham. Sarah Van Wi-yk, Mau-
nr riu'.i (!i i ini t (l
yt" 'k i , w InU'
liync Icuincd hi tl.c M.imnni;
C'oun'y app-'ivnily unu onicd
Tlio annua! mock trial undt-r tin-spi)n-orshi)
(t Alpha I'hi Delta law
liaU'imty. is m licdnlcd fur T . -' P
m l''rid.i m l.iiniini'. Hall rmirt
I'a lie's lauci-. (ialnii (i i'Je.
said. ' We can indicate to the jury
lha; Payne is not at all a, la'd:.
We are conhden! that the .jury will
ntiini a erdat of not guilty."
Assi;m (i.ie in the detense a'.c
l or the prosecution Solicitor Jack rive Canaday. the Manning County
ml -oil toid rcpoiter, "Payne is an- medical examiner, and Officer Her
man Stone of the Chapel Hill Police
Department, in addition to Sheritt
The Student Legislature will
meet tonight at 7:30 on the top
floor of New East for its last
session before Christmas.
Charlie Gray's (UP) resolution
"concerned with the conduct of the
State Student Legislature'' will
have to come out of the was and
The resolution ''censures and
condemns'' the SSL action against
statutory bans on interracial marr
iage and repudiates "any claim as
serted by the SSL to be truly re
presentative of the student bodies
of its participating schools."
Pat Adams' (SP) bill' "to ap
propriate $28.75 to the Dean of
Awards" and his bill "to add Pea
nuts to the comic section of The
Tar Heel and to appropriate $5 30
for its purchase" will probably be
The money ging to Dean of
Awards will be used "to have the
necessary information filled in the
student government certificates
for academic excellence."
The certificates will be given
to sophomores who were twice
on the dean's list during the last
Tally Eddings (SP) bill "to
establish a committee to investi
gate the possibilities of having a
street light placed between Lenoir
Hall and Raleigh Road" (the
street Woollen gvm faces) will
probably be put on the floor for
The next meeting of the Student
Legislature will be held Jan. 10.
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Is Site For Game
By BILL KING
CHARLOTTF. The streak is on the line aain tonight.
Fnrman University olters the next (hallene to Coach
Frank McGnire and his s -anu' winning skein at S p.m. to
night in the Charlotte Coliseum here.
1 The Tar Heels made it in a row Tuesday niht with
? and 86-0 victory over George Washington. It was win num-
bcr two in this voting season as the Tar Heels opened with
a 7)-f,r) v ictory over Clenison last Saturday.
U The iniurv-riddled Carolinians had little trouble dis-
1 s1i:I'Lm- iniiirf with veterans Pete lirennan and lorn-
r my Reams to carry the club to an easy triumph. ShalTer and
" lirennan each had 20 points and Reams dumped in 22.
- in 1 ocably guilty of murder in the
t .i si decree, and I see no reason
why an intelligent jury should fad j Carl Churchill.
to realize that. He obviously went
ti the scene of the knifing with the
mieiit of murder, een though the
kr.ile used was not his."
Hudson assistants will be Hal
C( ti. 1 , .lo!m Comer. Phil Hansdell
; i;i! Dalloil I.oftotl.
( lerk ol Manning County Court
fieorue Com:ins subpoenaed seven
v itia's-scs scsterdav for the trial.
For the defense Gage has called
Payne, his roomate Fred Svvearen
f;tn, and Betty Hoffman.
Friday afternoon the prosecution
; p.d defense will examine prospec
tive jurors and will select 13 for the
By ED GOODWIN
A bill calling for the immediate
removal of all coeds from the
Carolina campus was defeated 80
At the trial itself Julgc Malcolm by the Phi Literary Society Tues
i;,,.,. n ,,c tu.i vr-ii cnr.iiina inrvr. ! day night.
Di Passes Bill Condemning
Torture, Capital Punishment
ior Court will preside
tal puiiishiuer.t in all
cent Inst d'"'ree iiiiirt
niht by a o!e of til!.
The 'foiip ;.l- initiate
r Tu "-day
The r.i'A iir"iiher irrdud'-d Car',
r.arnn-itnri. mhi r Knglish major
I'.ub (iinri. si'inor markeling ma
j r; and i!:id Gardrr-r. junior in
du-stii.il tnanaem',rit mair.
In other badness. Senator Pat ,, , instilled the death sentence
v' as ineffective und that it
contrary t Christian ethics.
Senator Peblc liarrow, speak
ing negativi'ly. said that the fund-
amental concept of jurisprudence 1
is th:- protection ol society. He ad-1
('( d tiiat ever since Hammurabi,
t!;e concept f "an eye for an eye,''
has been accepted. He said also
that society had the right to ex-1
ait retribution, and pointed out;
'bat he felt that jrenieditated mur.
A'lam- was .icclamied president
pro tempore of th" S m i'e. sue
C ceding I'.ill S ihi-toa. w ho re
S'cned Senator Harrington va-, a"
(laimed as reprcs nta'ive from
the Di t 1 the D"l)al' Council, sue
feeding Senator I'.idty Huffman,
wlio also resign d.
Senator P.arnngton introduced
the bill of th e r-r.ing. which, if
passed, w''u'd have condemned
(TitMtal fuinifutunt 'and torture
With ut reservat ion.
P.arritv.'tori. in support of h;s
lull, said that capita! punMiment
Senalor Gary Greer said that
the Time rate in America has
not decreased as a result of capit
al punishment, and hence capital
punishment was not an effective
ddcrrcnt. He cited psychological
data to back up his punt that
puni-hment is no more effective
than g "od treatment.
The idea that retributive just
ice doi-s not protect society was
cit: (I b Senator Gi rry Poudr.eau.
He pointed out that murder is in
larg measure a one time crime.
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PROBABLE STARTER: Sophomore center Dick Kepley will be
cne of the probable starters as the Carolina Tar Heels go after win
number 35 against Furman in Charlotte tonight. Kepley started the
first two Tar Heel games this season.
Note To De South Building:
Was Dat Snow We Seen?
Note to PNC, administration: Please send a copy of the
lirst srmesUM exam schedule to the weather man.
When we saw snow yesterday 1110110111;. we were a little
confused. 1 eiyone knows the only time it ever snows in
Chapel Hill is dining first semester linals. so we search
cd I i.i nt it a 11 v lor a newspaper to t;ie us the date. Mad
we hreeed through Christinas holidays? And was exam
lime here already and we hadn't studied?
Put no. we were actually seeing pie-season snow. Or
at least we hope it was pre season snow.
Alter all, it's a well-known fact that if it doesn't snow
durimg, linals. there's no use studying you're onna
' It's something like: we know we'll know if there's
snow. . .
The bill was Introduced by Dele
gate Warren Coolidge, who said
that the campus had been invaded
by a petticoat brigade' which
had hindered "Carolina gentlemen"
'The emphasis is now on dat
ing," he said "not studying. Car
olina is now a party school which
produces mental midgets."
He said that Woman's College
provides the necessary facilities
for the education of the state's
women and that they don't need
to come to Chapel Hill.
Delegate Clarence bimpson saiu , K.c
that the removal of coeds would
help solve the problem of insuf
ficent dormitory facilities for men.
Going Home Christmas?
Try Our Travel Service
Furman will be seeking its first
i win tonight. The Purple Paladins
V are 0-4 on the season, having lost
to Tennessee 84-61 ), Pittsburgh
3 (83-45), West Virginia 105-67 and
f Presbyterian 9G-78.
For the tall, powerful McGuire
5?d men, the starting lineup will prob-
fi ably read as it has in the first two
games. Brennan and Shaffer will
bt at forw'ard, sophomore Dick
Kepley at center and Kearns and
veteran senior Bob Cunningham at
The Furman attack, which usually
centers around 5' 11 guard Dick
Wright, might suffer tonight as
Wright is nursing an injury which
might keep him out. The little jvfn-
I ior scored 545 points last season.
The starting forward posts will
probably consist of Bryon Finson
'and 6'6 Bob Conard. A 6 9 center.
I Steve Ross w ill probably start along
with guard Bill Gaines.
South Carolina Saturday
The bame tonight marks the sec
1 ond in a series of three this week
for the national champs. The Chapel
I Hillians return home Saturday after
I noon to go before the television
I cameras again, this time against a
! strong South Carolina five.
I McGuire will probably give most
j ot his squad an opportunity against
Furman as he prepares for a long
voyage to Lexington, Ky. and the
Kentucky Classic which begins Dec.
20 1 next Friday). The Tar Heels,
are expected to encounter their
toughest opposition thus far this
season against some strong inter
sectional foes. Their first opponent
v il H?
1 m ' ;
The snow falls, squirrels scam
per about and The Daily Tar Heel
Christmas Ride Service continues
at full swing. If you don't like
the idea of driving home alone, or
if you have empty spaces in your
vehicle whv not list your name
i with this convenient Tar Heel serv-
In case you don't have a car but
enjoy riding in them. The Daily
Tar Heel will be glad to help you
He said that only a limited num- j find a ride home for the holidays,
ber of superior women should be ! So, w hether you want transporta-
1 n following activities are
rh'lul'(l fur (ir:iti;mi Meninri.il
lod.iv: kinaiiee Committee, t-.l
p. 111.. (iniil llomn; Student Coun
cil. 711 p. hi.. (ir;iil K00111; SI
Cam us, 7-7: HO p. m.. Roland lar
kT I: Hub's Coinmittee. 4-." p. in..
Koland Parker 1; Symposium, 4-T
p. m.. Koland Parker 2; Audit
Hoard. 16 p. 111.. Woodliouse Con-Irn-nei
Koom; I P Camus, 6:30
7:30 p. 111. . WoihIIioiisc Conference
Koom; Women's Honor Council,
t: 15-10 p. in., CouiH-il Koom.
SARAH VAN WEYK
Witness In Murder Case
Three additional fraternities
have pledged their financial sup-
and thus th:re needs no real de- P" 10 u.e udruima i"uu,,
terrent for rcneaters. ,brinSing the Symposiums total
,, ., ,n; u.,,. budget to S3.844.31 to date, it was Speaking against the bill, ueie
ate BiU Fackert S3id th3t tH
is ancient, and that its application . 44- :...4: ,0; h
allowed to matriculate here.
Delegate Don Jacobs said that
the cwd were a "threat to the
security of males" on the campus.
He said that some students spend
'$35 to $45 a week" on women.
who lack the foresight to look lo
the future of their boy friends.
"Women come here to marry
and get men to support them,"
tion home for the holidays or have
space available far riders, stop by
the Tar Heel office in Graham
Memorial or mail a card t; Ride
Service, care of The Daily Tar
Heel, Chapel Hill.
Will Heath, Gary, Ind. vir Penn.,
Ohio, and Ind. turnpikes. Phone:
80250 or 8453
Charles Speranza, or Saul Bor-
Fla.. Phone: 89130
Hilly Goldman, Tampa,
Lindsay Love, Frog Level, Phone.'
Robert Rohlfs, Albany, N. Y.,
New York City or western Mass..
Tim McKenzie, Chattanooga.
Tenn., Phone: 89055
Jane Payne, Richmond, Va..
Joel Snow, St. Petersburg, Fla..
Jackie McCarthy, Norfolk, Va.,
John Reddan, Washigton. D. C,
Paul Rule, Tidewater, Va..
He added that he recognized the odkin Boston Mass. via New York
need for a student social life bu'.
that "a warped social life leads
to a warped future."
Speaking against the bill. Deleg-
to such crimes as armed robbery
and rapr were wrong.
Senator Rudy Albert pointed out
th.it tlie protection of society was
seised by capital punishment, and
that murder in the first degree
was prevented to a large measure
by capital punishment.
Smator Crecr later pnposed
to amend the bill, adding a clause
whereby the use of capital punish
ment would be restricted to first'
degree murder. The amendment j
! passed by a vote of 5-2. j
urn Finance Committee Chairman state' constitution said that the
Al Goldsmith. University existed to educate
The most recent pledges were "youth," which meant both nen
mad? bv Zeta Psi, Phi Delta and women.
Theta and Beta Theta Pi. Another opponent of the bill
The total in the Symposium tre- Dalegate Joey Lopez, said that
asury at present includes a $2000 the alleged trouble are not the
grant from the Student Legisla- fault of the girls, but of the boys
ture. $500 from Graham Memorial
and doations from the Falk Founds
ation Grant through the Political
Science department and from the
Order of the Grail. All six soror
(See SYMPOSIUM, rage 3)
who date them.
"If girls become problems," he
said( "it is because men let them."
He said that men' have to learn
how to live and work with women.
(See COEDS, rage 3)
New Jersey and Conn.: Phone:
Richard Bell, Orlando, Fla.,
Bill Dorroh, Jackson, Miss.,
(Leaving Dec. 20) Phone: 89165
Charles Coleman, Southeast Geor
gia via Columbia, S. C. and Au
gusta, Ga. Phone: 99443
Dick Alexander, Ft. Lauderdale,
Fla., Phone: 89182
Ronald Bull, New York or Phila
, delphia, Phone: 89107
j Nick Ellison, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Harold Stessel, New York City,
Four $5 gift certificates to Town
and Campus will be given to the
two best partnerships at the speci
al all-student bridge tournament
to be held in Roland Parker Lou
nges 1 and 2 tonight at 7 o'clock.
First, second, third and fourth
place winners will receive master
points. Booby prizes will also
The tournament, which is being
sponsored by the GMAB Tourna-
GATLINBURG, Tenn., Dec. 11
(AP) A blizzard struck th? Great
Smoky Mountains today, dumping
11 inches of snow and halting mo
Screaming winds whirled clouds
of powdery snow among the big
balsams high in the Smokies.
U. S. Highway 441 from Gatlin-
burg across the mountains to Cher- j
okee, N. C. was closed. State j
route 73 between Gatlinburg and
Townsend also was impassable.
EDINBURGH. Scotland Dec. 11
(AP)-A Scottish court today re
fused to permit the marriage of
26-year-old socialite Dominic Elwes
and 19-year-old Tessa Kennedy,
heiress to a Shipping fortune.
Four judges of the Court of
Sessions rejected the runaway
lovers' appeal against a tempo
rary injunction, obtained by
Tessa's father, in barrinng their
NORA & ISTVAN
Appearing Here Tonight
European dancers, Miss N)ra
Kovach and Istvan Rabovsky, will
perform with the dance ensemble
tonight at 8 o'clock in Memorial
Hall. Other featured dancers will
be Miss Sonia Arova and Job Sanders.
The dance group Is being spon
sored , here by the Chapel Hill
Concert Series in conjunction with
the UNC Student Entertainment
Carolina students may pick up
"free tickets to the dance concert
by presenting ID cards to the In
formation Desk in Graham Memor
ial. ID cards must be taken to
Memorial Hall in addition to the
The Kovach-Rabovsky concert is
the socond one this year cn the
Chapel Hill Concert Series. The
Student Entertainment Committee
will sponsor the following program
during the rest of the year: Jan
Peerce, singer, February 6; Pitts
burg Symphony Orchestra, March
11; and Alec Templeton, pianist,
The two stars in tonight's dance
performance were formerly top
artists of the Russian ballet. Miss
Kovach and Rabovsky escaped
frnrr, behind the Iron Curtain in
1953 when they were making an
appearance in East Berlin.
already signed up for the tourna
ment to come even at the last
minute, as there are facilities for
a large number of participants.
ments and Contest! Committee, is i They also stressed the fact that
open to all undergraduate stu- for students unable to get the
dgnts. ; partner of their own choosing, last
The committee has invited any minute partnerships will be pro-
Bill Harrington, St. Petersburg, additional couples who have not vided.
Counselors are needed for
spring semester orientation, ac
cording to Chairman Jerry Op
penheimer. Anyone who has served as a
counselor before and who is in
terested in helping is asked to
call Oppenheimer at 6031 sr
9460 or telephone Mary Jane
Fisher at 8-9083.
The orientation program will
be held January 29 and 30. Sec
ond semester classes start Janu
ary 31. ; J