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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1960
Offices in Graham Memorial
SIX PAGES THIS ISSUE
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VOLUME LXVIII. NO. 99
By DAVE' .'ONES
$-!.:U8.1fl was appropriated by
the Student Legislature to the
Daily Tar Heel lat night. 'I lie
;icln'ii was taken to enable the
newspaper to meet rising costs
iind incrca-id (imitation needs,
this appropriation will cover the
publication period ending in May.
Act i n to increase its budget
was begun by the paper's business
manager. Walker lil.mtoii. in De-ci-nibt
r w hen it became apparent
t'int tbe S2t) :n 42 appropriation
made Let sprint; wouldn't carry
the load through the end of the
An a-rtendment to cut circu
lation and cut the appropriation
by some SfcOO.OO was defeated
when it wa pointed out that
each student is told that a part :
of his fee is for his Daily Tar
In other action, the le;islatiue
parsed a revision of the .Inry se
lection bill Tins bill was the first
measure considered by the new
Judicial Committee. The commit- ,
tee changed the title from "trial
by jury" to "Selection of Juries"
and left all trial procedures out ;
if the measure. It now provides;
only for the process of jury se- ;
Under its provisions a venire j
of 50 studenis. selected at random 1
from the students under the jur
isdiction of the council holding
the trial, is called. 1)1' these fifty
ten are chosen, i.ine of whom,
serve as jurors. The tenth is an
The bill to appropriate forty
dollars to the Victory Village
Board of Aldermen was con- ;
sidered by the body, and after j
brief discussion by its co-auth- I
or, Tcoy Blanton (SP), was ,
B'.cause of an increasing work
load, the canrnis ulla rs hoard ap
pealed, through its legislator. Rep.
R(d) Servier (I I j. to have its
membership incrcssed from elev
en to sixteen members. Sevic
pointed out that even during the
time that the bill was being con
sidered, two new areas of stud.,
had been assigned to the board.
Th measure passed with a dis
The legislature paved seveial
appointments made by President
Charlie (ira. These included the
membership of the Carolina dele
gation t the State Student Legis
lature, the appointment of Cordon
Street as Treasurer of the Student
Body, and the seating of four new
Dr. Frank Graham Says
Editor's Note: This is the second
of (wo articles pertaining to the
lakgroiiml of Dr. Frank P. (ira
ham who Mill di liver the opening
address ol (In- Inited Nations
Model Assm lily. His topie will be
"The t'niled Nations In the Atom
In hi. in.iiiy speeches to the cit
iens ol North Carolina through the
ears. Dr. Frank P. Graham ha.i
atttmpteJ to make one essential
point: In this wo ld there is an im
pelling need lor tolorance, ami rea
son is tin- irim:, ,'jr fear and pre
judiee, which prevent tolerance.
Kmpli.isi.iiig the importance of
the youth's realization of this pri.i-
Student in the inJirmary yester
Lydia Fish, Mildred Carpenter,
Patricia I'.ioaii. Jeanne Crcwcs.
Margaret Thompson, Joseph Tosti,
Charles (.Jreen. Ralph Scalt, Jane
Ke.-enbliclt. Fred Neal. Hubert
Mom man. Marry Kirschner. Horton
.lolly. Hoy Hub.). Dennis Kurstivitc.
Lei" Simpson, Floyd Kushner, Bel
indj Foy, Patricia Crawford.
Charles Mason. Laurence Henry
David William-.. Thomas Horner
I ir-v liiliiiviin K.'iri .Inline Hni I
Spach. Edwin Graham, Richard
Merrick, Kdard Hutchins. Richard
Sanders. Forrest Deaton. Mebane
Turner. Richard Pierce. Roy Kirch
be; and Jane Gerard!
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RESEARCH GRANT J. S. Nagelschmidt, center, president of
the Orange County Unit of the American Cancer Society, presents
a check for $15,000 to Dr. W. Reece Berryhill, dean of the School
of Medicine. The grant is from the national headquarters of the
society in New York, but has been made pos'ole by the contri
butions of the citizens of North Carolina. Observing the presenta
tion is Dr. Kenneth Brinkhous, who heads the school's Department
of Pathology. The grant will be used by Dr. Brinkhous' department
for cancer research. UN'C Photo
Missing Daily Tar Heel Truck
Found After 22-Hour Search;
Warning Given On Illegal Use
A 2--h )ur search for The Doily j
lir Heel truck ended late Thurs- 1
day morning, when a Chapel Hill ;
Police Depaitment patrol car lo
cated the missing vehicle behind
I'obb Dormitory. !
I he first indication the truck j
was missing came when Co-Man- j
ag.ug Kduor Jonathan i ardley
attempted to make a copy run to
the News. Inc., In Cairboro early
Wednesday afternoon and discov
eied the truck was not in its usual
parking place the Graham Me
motial parking lot.
At 'J:42 o'clock Wednesday nihi.
Daily Tar Heel employee Bill Por- t
ler called the paper's ottice to ask
about the truck. Porter had beer. '
forced to take a cab to the News
Inc.. where he works as the paper's
Daily Tar Heel Editor Davis
B. Young talked with Porter about
the mystery. The two dcciUcJ to
At 1 1:4." o'clock. Wednesday ninht.
Young notKied the Chapel Hill Po
lice of the truck's disappearance.
This was done after cheeking with
Pu iness Manager Walker Blanton.
Associate Editor Frank Crowther
and Assistant Kditor Kon Shumate,
none of whom had seen the truck.
tiple. Dr. Graham addressed a mid-
western college graduating class ot 1
l'J37. "The future of the United
S.aies largely belongs to I he youth
of the world."
He s;iid two alternatives face
the world, a cooperative state or
a totalitarian police state. In an
other speech, Dr. Graham showed
the importance of the United Na
tions in achieving the ideal of a
cooperative state. "As the world
leans on the UN, the UN leans on
the people of the world," he said.
At the UNC Symposium in 1957,
Dr. Graham again expressed his
convictions about the UN. He de
clared that the UN carried the re
sponsibility to hold the world to
gether without a third world war.
Among the propositions toward
which the UN should work, he listed
"progressive universal enforceable
disarmament," movement toward
self determination of colonial and
oubjee'ed peoples, and a long range
cooperative program of economic
development. He also suggested that
1 the veto power should be restricted
j and that more use of the UN and
its agencies be made.
In the realm of education. Dr.
Graham has stated that the pub
lic school system must not be de
stroyed by the issue of integra
tion. He has emphasized the fact
that the Supreme Court is the law
of the land, and thus, its deci
sions must be respected and executed.
lliuisda.v morning. Voting con
tacted the Purchasing Dept. of the
L'niveisity and got a complete de
scrip'iou of the truck and its li
cense number. Had the truck not
been located by noon Thursday, a
statewide alarm would have been
Young said, "any unauthorized
person found driving it after that
time might well have been prose
cuted for thel't of the vehicle.
"The eoopcra'ion of the Chapel
Hiil Police was outstanding. They
made every effort to aid us in the
seauh. In the lu'uie. any person
a,pl 0lt.i;t;C( aru r having used the
lrLlck permission, will be
m-oseentiH hv th :! x " v,mn mn.
Jack Mitchell Named To Head
'60-61 Orientation Planning
Jack .Mi'chill has been appoin'ed
Orientaiion Chairman for l(Hil. '
The announcement came Thurs- i
day from Charlie Gray, President
ol the Student Body.
As chairman, Mitchell will over
see the planning of the entire
orientation week program next
September. He has previously
worked oa the freshman camp
staff and the orientation commit
tee, and has been an orientation
President Gray called the decision
one of the hardest he has ever had
t" make. "1 bypassed two other
very capable people," he said, "and
in the final analysis my decision
vvas based on a minimum of dif
ferences that included more time
to devote to the position. "
The three under consideration in
cluded Angus Duff and It. V. Fulk.
Gray called them all top-notch work
ers, and said that he hopes they
will all be active in student govern
ment next year.
Among other activities, Mitchell
The UNC Men's Glee Club will
present a weekei.d concert in May
odan. Sat., Feb. 20.
The club will leave Sat. after
noon at 3 p.m. from Hill Music
Hall for the concert, which is be
ing jointly sponsored by the Ro
tary Club and PTA of Mayodan.
Selections will include serious
works: "Prayer From "Lohengrin,"
Sandburg's "Who Shall Speak for
the People," "Pilgrim's Chorus";
and lighter numbers: "76 Trom
bones," "Gel Me to the Church on
Time," "Little Bit of Luck," and
"Old Joe Clark."
Special numbers by individual
I Kn.ups will also be given.
Edwards Says Active
By SUSAN LEWIS
Stressing his status -as an In
dependent, Phil Edwards an
nounced his candidacy for Stu
dent Government President.
Setting as his platform a
wider and more active partici
pation in student government,
Edwards said "The principles of
the two parties are unaccep- !
table to me and ... to many
Professional business and com
merce fraternities pledged 20
men to complete a three day pe
riod of formal spring rush which
ended Feb. 10.
Men pledging Alpha Lambda of
Delta Sigma Pi arc:
Lee Alexander, Larry Benfield,
Dick Dcnzio, John Corbett, Bill
Doolittle, Rodney Hobbs, Larry
Johnson, Walker Martin, Bob Old
ham and Frank Zachery.
Those pledging Alpha Tau of
Alpha Kappa Psi are:
Dick Bishop, T. Brown. Bill
Clark, Clyde Cobb, Parks Garri
son, Harry Crasser, Steve Puck
ett, Ron Randall, Herb Smith and
Pledging ceremonies for both
groups were Friday at the re
Meanwhile, professional phar
macy fraternity rush will be com
pleted and pledges will be made
Wednesday night for Kappa Psi
and Phi Delta Chi.
has been business manager for the
Sound and Fury, chairman of the
Kpisropal Vtudcl Council and
chairman of the Everymcmber
Canvas and a member of the Stu
dent Council. He is former GMAB
"Jack, in my opinion, will do a
wonderful job in this position," said
President Gray. "I have faith in
his ability to plan an effective and
meaningful orientation program."
F.y ADELAIDE B. C ROM ARTIE
Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Speak
it, man, in cool, snowy February.
Winter Germans gives you a
box full of ivories, man. Ych,
Ellington's box, Basie's box. Ger
mans gives you a voice, man.
Yeh, Williams, Lambert, Hen
dricks and Ross.
campusTI be all beat, man,
from "Mood Indigo," "Alright,
Okay, You Win," and "April in
And tonight . . . ATO's will
celebrate with the "Joy Makers"
at the American Legion Hut. Sat
urday night the astronomical
"Zodiacs" (Gladiolas) will play
for an ATO-Kappa Sig-Phi Delt
shindig at the Chapel Hill Coun
try Club . . . The "Hot Nuts
perform at the Kappa Sig House
tonight. The traditional society,
Alpha Sigma Sigma, will meet
this afternoon at the Phi Delt
"Me Beta. You Date," is the
word at the Beta House tomorrow
for a Caveman party with Nat
Jones. After a buffet dinner to
night, Beta's and their dates
journey to the Chapel Hill Coun
try Club with the Irwin Fuller
combo ... Chi Psi's throw away
their DUNK DOOK signs tonight
Edwards, a senior from Siler
City returning next year as a spe
cial student because of a change
of major, stated that time spent
in the Student Legislature and
Interdormitory Council has con
vinced him that most students get
far less than they expect from
"Student government fails to
fulfill the expectations and im
pressions we receive as fresh
men," Edwards said. "For this
reason, the apathy and indif
ference often displayed is un
derstandable." He stressed that he did not ex
pect every person to be a full
time participant in student gov
ernment or to have a constant
interest in student politics.
"I do believe, however, that
every person should receive
from student government his
fair share of the benefits it has
to offer," he stated.
Edwards is a member of Stu
dent Legislature, Special Judici
ary Committee, Ways and Means
Lommiuce, iul court and IDC i
HnnOP Snfiptv Ha ic trnicnmr rf I
UN Mock Assembly To Feature
International Emphasis Here
A UN "Mock Assembly" in
which college students from all
over North Carolina will play a
major role will feature a week
long "international emphasis"
program here Feb. 21-27.
Main speakers will be Dr. Ira
Reed, Haverford College sociolog
ist who will speak Wednesday at '
8:15 p.m. in Hill Hall auditorium
on "The World and a Free Uni
versity," and Dr. Frank P. Gra
ham, United Nations mediator,
who is former president of the
University. Dr. Graham will speak
Thursday, at 8 p.m. in Memorial
Hall on "The UN in the Atomic
The Mock Assembly itself will
begin on Thursday, but there
will be numerous events leading
up to the assembly, beginning
Sunday at church services in
for a party with the Dook Dolt's
featuring the "Knight Hawks."
Tomorrow night the Duke Jazz
Quartet and the Downbeats make
mad rhythm at the Chi Psi Lodge.
Delta Sig's swing with the "El
morocco's" tomorrow night . . .
and KA's will party to the mu
sic of the "Shadows" tomorrow,
and the Nick Kearns combo to
night . . . "The Three Deuces"
will deal out fun and music at
the Chi Phi house . . . Lamb
da Chi's blast off tomorrow with
a buffet dinner and "Red and
the Sky Rockets" . . . "The
Delmonico's" begin a two-night
stand at the Sigma Nu house
The St. A's are planning a
cocktail party tomorrow after the
concert, with the Joymakers of
Durham spreading joy at a com
bo party that night at the Hall.
A February ocean and sift
ing sand make the scene for a
Pi Kappa Phi cabana party at
Myrtle beach with the A. V.
W illiams combo . . . TEP's par
ty at Poopie's Pad with the
"Catalina's" Cabin. Later
they'll return to the house to
hear the "El Moroccos" . . .
PiKA's will dance to the music
of the "Quarter Notes" tonight
and to the "Catalina's" beat to
The International Students
Board will sponsor four days of
special events, with the coopera
tion of the Cosmopolitan Club,
an organization composed of for
eign students and students from
North Carolina and other states
who are interested in foreign af
fairs. Ellen (Pappy) Churchill is
chairman of the International Stu
dents Board. Miss Churchill said
the theme of the first part of the
International Students Board.
Miss Churchill ;aid the theme of
the first part of the week's acti
vities will be "The Image of
Ministers at Chapel Hill
churches have been requested
to speak on phases of interna
tional relations at the regular
Sunday morning services, Feb.
I- jy, 1
If S I
f s ,
I PHIL EDWARDS I
When, Why, How
Zete's, SAE's, and DeKE's will
be the Toast of Durham-Town to
night at a dance with the "Gla
diola's" at the Washington-Duke
Hotel . . . Phi Gam's will cele
brate Germans with the music of
the ' Del Monico's" and the "Rhy
thm Rcckers" . . . Sig Ep's Ed
Riner, Larry Withrow, and Phil
Nash travel south of the border
this weekend to be in a broth
er's wedding. John Garver is
marrying Miss Freda Merritt of
Fort Mills, S. C. . . And this
afternoon SAE's honor brother,
John Darden, and his pinee, Nan
cy Bartley, student at Mary
Baldwin. The "Rhythm Rocker's"
make music for the SAE's tomor
row night ... Pi Lamb's will
party to the music of the "El
A pledge ... is a pledge . . .
is a pledge . . . and the pledge
weekend has hit the campus
full force ... As the snow fell,
Sig Ep's wondered if their dates
would make pledge weekend
festivities ar.d the dance at the
Washington-Duke. W. C. girls
give them a real scare when
eampused and required to get
, special permission to travel to
the Hiil. Miss Martha Ana
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Duff Seeks Revamping
Of UNC Honor System
By HENRY MAYER
Angus Duff, currently serving as
president of the Graham Memorial
Activities Board, Thursday, an
nounced his candidacy for 1960-61
student body president.
In tossing his hat into the ring,
Duff said thai he had reached his
decision "after talking extensively
with various student government
leaders, certain individuals, and
personal friends, as well as after a
great deal of thought and medita
tion." Duff will seek the position as
an independent candidate because
of "extreme interest in develop
ing a truly campus-wide represen
tative student government which
will serve the entire student body,
and not a small reserved area
"The total revamping of the Hon
or System practices," will be Duff's
main goal in the campaign, "be
cause students are now not receiv
ing even the minmum considera
tions under the present set-up."
Although Duff plans to elaborate
on specific reasons and his plat
form at a later date, both in pub
lic meetings and the Daily Tar
Heel, he has stated that his pri-
The Cosmopolitan Club w ill hold
a panel disccussion on "Libya"
at Smith dormitory, at 4 p.m.
Sunday. A motion picture, "Eight
Sfeos to Peace" will be shown
at Gerrard Hall at 8 p.m. Sunday,
featuring a cast of Hollywood
The Mock Assembly itself
will have tudents from a num
ber of North Carolina colleges
and universities acting as dele
gates of foreign countries. A
few out of state colleges also
will be represented.
The final event of the week will
be a dinner on Saturday at 5:43,
sponsored by the Cosmopolitan
Club and featuring different
kinds of food from various coun
tries. This event will be at the
Presbyterian Church. Special en
tertainment mill be provided by
McKcel was named Pledge
Queen . . .
At their pledge dance at the
Carolina Inn, Tri Delt pledges
formed a figure in the shape of
the delta. They carried bouquets
of yellow and white flowers
caught with blue ribbons, their
colors . . . ADPi pledges had so
much fun at their Saturday night
party that the "Catalina's"
stayed an extra hour. Barbara
Faulkner received the Best
Pledge Award ....
A highlight of the KD pledge
weekend was a pinning, Addie
Wright to Wally Graham. The
pledges brought an innovation to
this year's festivities by compos
ing an original song to sing to
their sisters . . . Alpha Gam
pledges received leather dance
programs and mugs at their
pledge dance. The rose was the
theme of the dance, and the sis
ters presented th pledges with a
dozen red roses . . .
The horseshoe and "X" were
former by Chi O pledges at
their pledge dance. The dance
was preceded by a formal din
ner at the Country Inn . . .
"Grab your Toga, Caeser." The
Chi Phi's went Roman to the
Saturday night party of their
pledge weekend. That after
noon they bad a formal tea
mary plans include "the striving
for the final obtaining of a new
student union building, which I have
already worked diligently to push
this year as GMAB president."
Duff listed as anotlurr major
point "the procurement of the
14,500 seat coliseum which, I, as
Athletic Association president
along with the Athletic Council,
have spent many hours in confer
ence and discussion with inter
ested persons about approaching
the State Legislature for appropri
ations for this structure."
"The financial situation of Student
Government at present is wholly un
satisfactory," Duff declared, "and
with persistent efforts on my part
and on the part of the incoming
new student government officials,
an attempt will be made to allevi
ate the present difficulties."
Duff concluded his announce
ment by stating that a closer re
lationship among students, admin
istration and faculty must even
tually ensue, or our entire half
century of siudent government
might fail, and the occurance of
an administratively-ruled student
body would result. This I hope
fully propose to prevent."
In addition to serving as GMAB
president and CAA president. Duff,
who is a junior from Greenville,
was acting student body president
during the summer of 1959. He is
also chairman of the University
Dance Committee and President of
j the Region IV Association of Col
lege Unions (all the colleges of
eight Southern states, Puerto Rico,
and Cuba. Duff has also served as
president of Alpha Phi Omega serv
ice fraternity, chairman of the Stu
dent Productions Board, clerk of
the Men's Honor Council and treas
urer of Orientation.
Clarence Philbrook will speak to
the delegation chairmen for the
Mock Democratic convention next
Monday night, instead of Ernest
Hillbrook as announced yesterday
in the Daily Tar Heel.
CONFERENCE CALLED OFF
The All-Campus Conference, ori
ginally scheduled to be held on
March 11-12 has been cancelled be
cause of the conflict created with
the State S udent Legislature.
The Kappa Sigs had the Sher
man Williams combo, the "Hot
Nuts," and Higgins combo at the
Black and White Ball. Miss Nan
cy Turner, Kappa Sig Sweet
heart, was serenaded by the
pledges . . . The snow brought
more complications for pledge
weekends. The Pi phi's and Kap
pa's planned a dual pledge week
end. They were unable to have
thir Saturday party in the New
National Guard Armory in Dur
ham, but got the Naval Armory
At the formal pledge dance
in Durham, the Kappas formed
the figure of a key, and the Pi
Phi's, the figure of an arrow.
The Pi Phi pledges laceived
Pi Phi lavalieres and wine
carnations and the Kappa's,
miniature paddles and white
WHO PINNED WHAT: Linda
Rehm (Tri Delt) pinned to Ed
Crow DeKE; Mary Margaret
Brown (Tri Delt) engaged to Tom
Rand DeKE ; Anne Tayloe (Tri
Delt engaged to Jerry Kivett of
Graham; Becky Walters (Tri
Delt) engaged to Robert Taylor
of Greensboro; Addie Wright pin
ned to Wral'y Graham (Phi Gam);
and John Darden SAE) pinned
to Nancy Brantley.