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UNCs lffi'Campus Chest Drive Kickoff Scheduled To Begin Next Week
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To the students anil members of the faculty:
I should like to add my support to the I960 Campus Chest Drive
which begins March 2.
This is our united effort for worthy causes and I should like to
urge everyone to participate in the 1960 campaign.
lfMIO marks World Hcfugcc Year and our contributions will aid
Korean refugee students.
Our contributions will provide also" for our participation in the
Foster Parent Plan.
Thirty per cent of our gifts will go to support our Goettingen
These are worthwhile cau-cs that merit our generous support.
President of the Consolidated
University of North Carolina
'Your drive. Your ioal. Your responsibility-'.
These words will spark the kjOo Campus Chest Drive,
scheduled for kickofl one week lioui todav.
What is the Campus Chest? This wcek-lou drive is
sponsored annually by Student (iovernment and the YM
VW'C.A to provide the students whh an opportun'ity to
donate funds in one united eilort in the interest ot charity.
I'.atli spring tlie Campus Chest lioard, on behalf ot the
student body, selects three projects to benefit from the
Since H)('o mat ks World Reluee Year, the board,
headed by Nancy Aubrey and Jim Crawford, decided to
concentrate ellorts on international assistance to those un
able to help themselves-
The $3,000 goal will be divided with 50 going to aid
Korean refugee students through the World University
Service! oTc will help defray the travel expenses of the
I'NC student selected to study at Coettingen University in
Germany lor one sear under the student exchange program,
and the remaining L'o' will provide for the adoption of
lour European orphans bv the student body through the
natonal Foster Parent Plan.
As a kick-off for the Drive, a campus-wide auction will
be held next Tuesday in Gerrard Hall at S p.m. Anyone or
any group wishing to donate items may contact Mariel
O'Dell at S-()i9 j.
Gray Issues Statement
Student Body President Charlie Gray issued the following state
ment yesterday concerning the 1960 Campus Chest drive:
"Starting with the week of March 2-9, Student Government, in
connection with the YM-YWCA, will begin its worthiest project of
the year the Campus Chest.
"This fund-raising project affords our university community its
only chance to unite and give for the betterment of our world
"Since this year is World Refugee Year, a large portion of the
fund will be devoted to the international scene, specifically through
our support of World University Service and the Goettingen Ex
change Scholarship. The final portion will go toward the adoption
of a family through the Foster Parent Plan.
"These three projects are as worthy as any we could choose to
" 'Your drive, your goal, your responsibility' this is the slogan
of this year's campaign. Let us realize that this is our Campus Chest
and it is our responsibility to see that it succeeds.
"I urge all students to give generously so as to make this year's
drive the most successful one in the history of the Campus Chest.''
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VOLUME LGVIII, NO. 103
Complete iff! Wire Service
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1960
Offices in Graham Memorial
FOUR PAGES THIS ISSUE
Fraternities Present Plan
To Re-Zone Town Property
By PETER NESS eration. it is agreeable. The Uni- J fraternities and the need for up-
Fratcrnitics and townspeople crsity would be glad to lend its ! to-date houses. In regard to this
lucked horns at a junt mctiiii; "good offices" to designate some j particular area. Rend said his fra-
ot the Chap I ILII Planning Hoard people to assist in bringing prop-j tcrnity was "in favor of unit buy-
and I'.oaid of Aldermen Momlav erty owners and prospective fra-1 ing. We don't expect to enter one
n .glit wIhii nine fraternities pre- ternity buyers together." at a time. That would be a mon-
M-nted a plan for re-oning prop- Dean Weaver added that "we I ey-losing proposition."
city and for creating a iuw fra
Sentiment lity, emotionalism
nd frank verbal exchanges
marked the atmosphere as ad
vocates far re-ioning the area
presently bounded by Cameron
Ave., McCauley, Pittsboro and
Ransom Sts. unfolded their pro
posal to change from R-6 (resi
dential) to RA-10 (residential
(the University) did not enter the
re-zoning proposel to force prop
erty owners to sell, but rather
1 ecause some of the owners sug
gested to University officials that
they would like to rezone."
In presenting the case lor fra
ternities, finances, present inade
quate structures and future ex
pansion were listed as reasons for
re zoning the area. John Rend, in-
The proposed fraternity court
would feature nine houses,
styled after Georgian architec
ture and would have a football
field-sized playfield and ade
quate parking for 325 automo
biles. Brick construction of the
houses is also in the tentative
The Board of Aldermen refer
red the proposal back to the plan
ning board for further study. Af-
Leading U.S. Social Scientist,
Dr. Ira Reid, To Speak Tonight
One ot the country's leading so
cial scientists. Dr. Ira Reid. will
speak at 8 p.m. tonight in Hill Hall.
cumbent president for the Lamb-
1'iecemi a! development c ius da Chi Alpha fraternity, one of , ter clarification of several mat
orderlv and regulated develop- the nine interested in obtaining : tcrs. the proposal will be vote
merit aroe us the core of the dis pr operty in the proposed area, j upon by the Board at a future
cus.Mon A spokesman lor the told of the present inadequacy of ' date,
proper ty invm rs stated that "u;i- '
l; you msKC Irafrmitics the
rciyhbors we wish K have, regu
late the problems of noise and
automobiles which the proposed
Iraternity court would create and
assure 11s that the area will h"
uniformly developed, the resi
dents and proptrt owners an
inclined to stand againt this
Another property owner elab-.
orated on this statement by add- i
ing. "some people are reluctant.!
(referring to the proposal) but the (
majority are not .opposed to an
"orderly planned movement."
Fred Weaver, dean of student
affairs, was present at the meet
ing and made the following
statement to clarify the Univer- j
sity's stand on the proposal: i
"The University is not pressing
or advocating for property re
oning on its own; but as a land
owner, in the area under consid-
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The following students were listed
in the Infirmary Tuesday:
Nelson Miller, Barry Adler, Wil
liam Jackson. Lynn Clark, Beverly
Stockton. Joan Williams, Ann Hop
kins. Peter Gunn, Surah Amos,
Mary Brock, Mary Sanders, Mary
Willworth. Robert Bloodworth, Wil
liam Burwell, Charles Howson,
James Gaulden. Jean Huntley,
Hugh Gausey, Peter Ramsey, Hen
ry Harriss, William Yelverton, Wiley
Hurt, Chandler van Ormand. Mary
Crow. Eleanor Smith, Oscar Har-
The title of his talk is -The World
Speaks to the Universities."
Dr. Keid, sponsored by the Car
olina Forum, is appearing this
evening as part of the Interna
tional Emphasis Week.
Born in Clifton Forge, V'a., Dr.
Reid received his degrees from
Morehouse College, the University
UP GO JIM AND LEE Lee Shaffer and Jim Hudock go after a rebound under the Maryland basket.
(Photo by Charlie Blumenthal)
Twenty-one Schools To Represent
24 Nations At UN Model Assembly
Twenty-one schools represent-
tern Europe and the Middle-
of Pittsburgh, and Columbia Uni-ling 24 countries will be present I East," "Initial Steps to Dis
versity. Since 19-17 he has held the! Thursday for ti.e United Nations; armament," "Discrimination in
Seniors may order graduation i bin. Dotson Scarborough, Ronald
announcements today from 9 a.m. ! noweu. urace wooten. connnc
U.zell, Nancy Bradner, Elizabeth
Auilander, Elizabeth Smith. Ken-
to 2 p.m.. due to an extension of
time by the Order of the Grail.
Orders are being taken in the ' net h Baucom. hlliott Wood and Ilex
Cabinet Rom of the Y. ' Moy.
Year Committee's Job
To Orient Symposium
position of professor of sociology at i Model Assembly. Opening with a
Among the many important posi
tions held by Dr. Reid, now and in
the past, are trusteeship director at
the United Nations, member of the
Federal Advisoryr Commission on
Employment Security, U. S. De
partment of Labor, and social eco
nomist on the Social Security Board,
Washington, D. C.
Orientation to this ear's Sym
posium is the main purpose of the
S.wnposium "Year' Committee,"
Dr. Villee, Harvard,
To Speak Here Tonight
Dr. Claude A. Villce of the Har
vard University School of Medicien
will deliver the fifth annual Lec
B. Jenkins Memorial Lecture at
the School of Medicine tonight.
The guest speaker, who is an
associate professor of biological
chemistry at Harvard, was asso
ciated with the UNC zoology fac
ulty from 1942 to 1945. Dr. Villee
speech by Dr. Frank P. Graham,
U.N', mediator, the assembly pro
gram will last through Saturday.
The Assembly will be organized
into four committees. All commit
tee and plenary sessions will be
open to the public. The commit
tee meeting places arc the Po
litical, third floor, New West; Spe
cial Political, third floor. New
East; Socio-Economic, Grail Room
in Graham Memorial; Ad Hoc,
Roland Parker, GM.
The issues which will be dis
cussed by these committees are,
respectively, "Refugees of Eas-
Southwest Africa," and "Re
vision of the U.N. Charter."
Committee meetings will be
held from 4 to 5 p.m. Thursday,
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1:30 to 6
p.m. Friday. The plenary sessions
will be held in Hill Hall from 3
to 9 p.m. Friday and from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Saturday.
Colleges and countries rep
resented are West Point, U.S.;
Appalachian r State Teachers,
United Kingdom and Australia;
Loullburg, Sweden; Pembroke,
Norway; St. Augustine's, France;
High Point, China; Warren Wil
son, United Arab Republic; A
and T, Ghana;
Duke, Russia: N. C. State, Is
rael; Mars Hill, Liberia; Catawba.
Bulgaria; Meredith, Venezuela;
Duke Women's College, Poland;
William and Mary, Yugoslavia;
Randolph Macon's Women's Col
lege, Cuba; UNC, Japan and Le
banon; Sacred Heart, India; Mon
treal Romania; Stratford, Czech
oslovakia; Swectbriar, Brazil;
To Be At UNC
Bob Sevier, Smalley,
Miss Albergotti Named
By DAVIS B. YOUNG
As expected, the University Party nominated David Grigg for
Student Body President last night.
Grigg. a junior, is the current Vice President of the Student Body,
and from Albemarle, N. C.
In other action, the group nominated sophomore Bob Sevier for
Vice President, junior Judy Albergotti for Secretary and junior Jimmy
Smalley for Treasurer of the Student Body.
Also: Tim McCoy was selected
as the candidate for Head Cheer
leader and Don Black was elected
University Party chairman.
Grigg was nominated for Presi
dent along with Angus Duff, whe
has been in the race for the top
! post since Friday as an indepen
Duff read a statement to the
assembled members and asked
that his name be withdrawn from
He said, "Due to my explicit
and sincere beliefs, which I firm
ly believe that each person in
this room upholds within him
self, and because of my extreme
interest in developing the fiv.
! points of my platform. I regret
that I must withdraw by name
Following this action, the UI"
nominated Grigg by acclamation.
In seeking the party endorse
mcnt. Grigg said, "This past year
the executive branch of student
government under the leadership
of President Charlie Gray has had
the most successful administra
tion in recent years.
"This is not only my opinion
but it is shared by others who
have had a better vantage point
than I. The executive has not been
afraid to start something new.
"The executive branch of stu
dent government in the hands of
:-v. ...... .
. . for president
the University Party leadership
Satirical Comedy, 'Volpone,'
Opens Tonight For 5 Nights
Ben Jonson's satirical comedy,
"Volpone," will open tonight in the
, . Committee Head
explained Mark Wilson, chairman.
"We are trying to prepare the
campus for the week of Sympo
sium through such measures as
discussion in dormitories, fratern
ities and sororities, and also by
l making available pertinent litera
ture." Responsibility for the lit
erature involves the publication
and distribution of reading lists.
The committee's name "Year,"
is drawn from the activity of the
committee which continues
throughout the year.
Wilson, a senior, is an English
major from Chattanooga, Tenn.
He is a member of Phi Beta Kap
pa and vice president of the West
minster Fellowship, the student
Presbyterian roganization. He is
j active in YMCA work and is a
: member of Pi Kappa Alpha, so-
i cial fraternity.
! Working with his on Sympo
sium s year-wide orientation pro
gram ' are Hugh Ragsdale, Julie
Redhead, Frances Reynolds and
will speak on "Metabolic Effects j Playmakers Theatre tor a five-night
of Adrenal Cortical Hormones."
The Jenkins Lecture was estab
lished by Mrs. Lee B. Jenkins of
Kinston in honor of her late hus
band, a distinguished industrialist
of that city.
Presiding at the U.N. Model
j Assembly Thursday, through Sat
' unlay, will be John Bocttigcr, na
tional president of the Collegiate
Council for the United Nations,
lie has held this office since 1958.
Formally, Bocttigcr has served
Darwin Solomon Ls featured in ! as tne New England Regional Di-
the role of Mosca, 1 he rly, Vd- rector for the CCUN, a delegate
for vice president'
G. M. SLATE
run. Although located in Venice dur
ing the Renaissance, the impact ol i ture.
its comments on greed and avarice
ate timely today.
Kai Jurgensen will be seen in
the title role of "Volpone." He is
a staff member of the Department
of Dramatic Art and has directed
sueh productions as "Blood Wed
ding" and "Peer Gynt." This is
his first acting role in several
Activities scheduled in Graham
Memorial today include: Senior
class officers, 2-3 p.m., Wjod
house; Terry Sanford Supporters,
2:30-3:15 p.m., Roland Parker U WUNC TO INTERVIEW
and III; Publications Board, 3-51 Interviews wiii be held from
p.m., Grail; International Student 3-5 p.m. today in 202 Swain Hall
has served the entire campus and j
it has served it well. Thus, the
age old claim that the UP could
not serve the campus as a whole
is flatly refuted," Grigg added.
Vice Presidential candidate Se-
vicr defeated Bill Norton for the
nomination. Norton was nominat
ed for that post by the Student j
Party on Monday night. ,
Sevier said, "Again tonight. I count was ordered. The issue was
am seeking your assistance, and jn doubt until the final votes had
if you grant it, there is no way I : been tabulated and again, re-tabu-would
rather repay you than by lated. Miss Albergotti was ad-
pone's cunning servant. Isabella I to the Annual Conference of the i Ld,npdlnin xvu" U1U-ULC- juugea io oe i:ie winner oi tne
Davis will play the "Culture Vul- International Student Movement ! pride in your endorsement, and contest.
lor the U.N. in Berlin in 1958 j J our inleresls- Nominated along with Smalley
.land as a delegate to the Annual! vlUil AlueiSl" HdSl "umuuueu ior ireasurer was Jey ueuen.
selected for the
post by accla-
Biussels. 1953. ! inuigin ueiwewi me iwu cdn- maiion. tiiaeK was elected party
didates was so close that a re- chairman in a similar manner.
Other members of the cast in
UU1" ",u"ut" PVnarv Wmhiv of thp Wnriri for Secretary along with Gertie. McCov was sel
elude Gordon Clark as Voltore, Jer-; Pl0ndry Assembly of the World I .... ' ' . . .
rv u-aik(.r n- Cnrvivn Rob Wrri t ' Federation of U.N. Associations in ! Barnes- VVlth over 4d0 oles ta4- Head Cheerleader
ry Walker as Coiuno, bob .itiil.t, the maroin Mwirn thp two can- nation RIL- u,
as Corboccio, Dude Hatten a.s Celia.
Debbie Ives as the Venetian Char
les Ilowerton as Beneiio.
David Richardson as Peregrin.
Morgan Jacks as Sir Politic
WSuldbe, Pam Patterson and
Board, 4 6 p.m., Woodhouse; Bud
get Committee, 4-6 p.m., Roland
Parker I; House Committee, 5-6
p.m., T.V. Room; Panhellenic
Council, 5-6 p.m., Grail; Carolina
Woman's Council, 7-8:30 p.m.,
Grail; Chess Club, 7-11 p.m., Ro
land Parker III; Campus Commit
tee, 9-11 p.m., Wodhouse; Mal
colm Seawell Reception. 9 p.m.,
for persons interested in doing
promotional writing for WUNC
Radio. Director of Promotion Mor
gan Pinncy explained that "the
writing staff is a vital part of the
WUNC operation, and offers stu
dents an excellent opportunity to
work in radio." Finney stressed
Susie Cordon as the serving wom
en, Bill File, Lloyd Infinger, Al
len Hayward and Sam Gray as
Commendatori, Chenault Spence
as the Xotario, and Phil Hill,
Dave Smith and Bruce Mooney
as the Avocatoris.
Tickets are still available for to-
Condition Of Wreck
Victims Remains Same
The condition of three UNC stu
dents injured in a Sunday after-
noon auto wreck near Chapel Hill
I in which two persons were killed
i remains the same.
Sanford Committee Meet Set
Students interested in serving , Tuesday,
with Terry Sanford's Young Vot- j Jim Hunt, Slate Assistant Man
ers's Program Committee at UNC I ager of the Terry Sanford Young
have been invited to the organi- j Voters' Program, will be at the
zational meeting in Graham Me-1 meeting which will also feature
Still on the critical list is Mark morial's Roland Parker II and III Daily Tar Heel Editor Davis Young
Brooke, a freshman Zeta Psi at 2:30 p.m. who will explain the paper's po-
pledge who was driving two Briar- j Sanford has entered the North sition on the gubernatorial race,
clilf College seniors to the Ra -j Carolina gubernatorial race a--: The official banner hanging
leigh-Durham Airport at the time j gainst John Larkins Jr. and t and office opening of the local
r.f t i . r 1 1 1 i i 1 1 ? I . Iiqc n.t i . t I KA I A I C..i.ll r: i J . !
Uia' a"u ouuuaj'- OLa,lu regained consciousness.
ing room o.ily is available for rn-
Committee work will mainly Be the old Chuck Wagcn Restau-
T.itprl 3 fair arp Charlps T -a- . tn tpll frionHc ond rlQti-,c K,(Vi r -..i .:n , , I . . J - 4!-- t :
uay anct bamrday. Reserved seaU , ForlCj als0 a Zete pledge vho was at school and at hQme abQut San, Sanford wi1 make hls first of
coC dvcmauie ai me riaymaKers a passenger in the other car in
Business Office, 214 Abernethy Hall, vt)ivedi and Edward WTiitehurst,
that no previous experience i
necessary to apply for the va- j and at Ledbetter-Pickard in Chapel the driver of the car in which
cancies on the staff. ' Hi'J. lLaForte was riding.
ford; to register and vote and to j licial appearance of the campaign
encourage others to do so; to help ! in Chapel Hill March 9 when he
with office work, Jim Crownovcr, wiil speak at a meeting of the
Young Voters chairman said 'Young Democratic Cub.