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VOLUME LXVIII, NO. 116
Complete LB Wire Service CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1960
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College Of Arts, Sciences
Lists 169 On Dean's List
!; .students, M of them coeds,
were named to the Dean's List of
tlie College of Arts and Sciences,
released yesterday by Dean J. Car
13 students were recognized for
making straight A's frst semes
ter. They are as follows:
Mary Iouisc Rarreas, Tampa,
Florida; Aery G. Church, Winston
Siit'm; David Iee Grigg. Albemar
le: Robert L. GrMbb. Jr.. Charlotte;
William Mapper. Jr., Lenoir: Jac
l iI:nr Holt, Durham; Roger A.
Chapel 11.11; David Price.
1"; a in. Tenn.; Frances
e.vtuii; Wl'iam Savers, Gastonia:
t' irneli.i SiiuIt. Denton; Donald
St. kt-.. Guil;eid; Sarah Womack.
Clupcl ilill; Jimmie Tedder. High
1". i . and James Ward. Newport
The following .students made no
grade below a 15: Robert Abcine
thy Franklin Adams Judith Alebr
g'l'ti. Mich el Alexander. Julia Al
len. Iiw n iwe Aus in, Nancy Aw
b; ey. Edi'.h Hack. Lehoma Bain.
II. u B.-ss.
Norton Names Grayson
His Campaign Director
I'.ill Norton announced yesterday
that George Grayson will diieet his
campaign for '.he vee-presidency ot
tiie Said, nt Body. In nukii g this
announcement Norton commented.
"I feel that Grayson's assistance, in
handling the many mce.ssary ar
rangements o" my campaign will
allow me to devote more time to
meeting students and acquainting
th'-m with my vews."
Grayson made this statement
concerning his appointment:
"I am very anxious io assist Bill
in hLs campaign for Student Body
UP Makes Endorsements
For Legislative Spots
The University Party announced
tlay the following endorsements
tor the legislative opneing that the
IT had in addtion to tho.se already
announced. In Dorm Men's 111,
Arthur Merrill Dorm Men's IV.
Chuck Obetxlorfer; Dorm Men's VI,
Warren William; Town Men's IV,
Tim Lefler Dorm Women's I Jan
McClaskcy and Dorm Women's II,
The- UP also announced that it
has endorsed Jchn Schroeder for
treasurer of tlie .senior class to re
place Up Hawkins, who is inelig
bl' to run for the office.
Dennis Ka.-h, who is running on
the UP ticket fur preside! of Lhe
Carolina Athletic Association, was
endorsed by the Monogram club as
tlu- person who they feel would best
"Here wt go agajn." groan Horace Williams and David Saunders
as the powdery white stuff provides slick going.
Donald Keeker, dirald Benner,
Robert Bernhardt, Stun Black,
Silas Blanton, John Bradshaw,
Kermit Braswejl, Miriam Briggs,
Gail Brittain, Sarah Bruce,' Floyd
Bryan, Thomas Bryant, William
Burleson, Gloria Burnam, Timo
thy Burnett, Nancy Burnelte, Bob
by Cahoon, Joe Camp.
Murgarit Cannon, Robert Cannon,
Samuel Carrigton, Robert Childs,
Michael ollis, Katherine Condon,
William Corpening, Marion Costel
lo. Elizabefli Covington. Eleanor
Crabtuv. Marjorie Crane, Mary
Crow, Rill Crutehlield, Julia Davis.
Angus Duff. Julia Dunning. Myra
Edwards, Tom Efird. Orland Esval.
Hm.ston Everett. Elizabeth Faucet
e. Barbara Faulkner. Patricia
Fleming. Sue Ford, Roger Foushee,
Naxlev French, Robert Fulk. Edgar
Gallagher. Carol GarrLs. David
Harrison. Barbara Gatchell. Rob
ert Gibson. S even GoUby. Patricia
(rfav.s. Elizabeth Green, Susan
Green. Susan Gieenwood, Nancy
vice-president. He has worked con
."cienciously for the betterment of
student government in his two;Soucie, Allan Spader, Jack Spain,
years at the University, and he will! Robert Steelman, Richard Steven
pioviae tremendous leadership dur
i: g h; junior and senior years."
"I believe Bill is the best qual
'ied per-on to aid in el'lecling the
new Judiciary Laws. Also, I am
pleased wi.h his desire to improve
the intellectual life of tlie campus.
Bill has demonstrated a great deal
of courage in refuting party lines
to work for the benefit of Student
Government and the campus."
Grayson, last year' SP candi
date for Senior Class President,
is Treasurer of the Carolina Sym
posium, Co-Chairman of the GM
Free Films Committee, a mem
ber ofthe Order of the Grail and
Chi Psi social fraternity.
Swag Grimsley, who received SP
endorsement for his candidacy for
CAA president, does not have UP
endorsement as stated in Wednes
day's DTH. The UP has endorsed
Dennis Rash for the CAA post.
KAPPA SIGMA ELECTS
Dillon Wootcn was recently
elected president of Kappa Sigma.
Other officers are Vice - Presi
dent Jim Thompson, Secretary
Ted Harris, Treasurer Bill Allen,
Grand Master of Ceremonies
(Butch Fowler and House Manager
I Gay Sanford.
fr.-:!0 As Frequent As Hurrahs Over Campus
Of Beauty A Joy Forever Not If It's
r " -i
Claire Hanner, Wayne Hardy,
Fred Harris, Clifford Heindel, Hec
tor Henry, Harry Hensel, Helene
Hero. Arthur Herring, Wendy Hob
son, William Hurt, Thomas Isen
hour, Donald Jacobs, Marylyn
Jackson, Jeanne James Cluston
Jenkins, Joseph John, Harry Jones
OLis Jones, William ones, Sara Jor
dan. Constance Kennedy, Mary Ken
nedy. Mary Kling, James Kinney,
Fannie Lacy, Jay LambeUi,
Frank Lance, Jack Lawing. Thom
as Law son, Ed Levy, Robert Lew
is, Peter Liman, Frank Lockett,
Larry Lyda, Kay Lynn, Susan
McCotter, Anne McCrary, Louise
McGee. Murphy MeGlrt, Sarah
McKinney, John McMillan,
Sybil Mathis, Thomas Markham,
Betty Mattern, Kay Mazuy, Willie
Melton, Jerry Millis, Peter Modrow,
Ned Moore, Willi im Monroe, Frank
Murphy, Philip Nash, David Nich
olas. Haywood Norwood, Margaret
Oast, Margaret O'Neil.
David Parker, Jon Parrish, Don
ald Patrick, Hugh Patterson, Llew-
! ellyn Pliillips, Ruert Pickens, Prin-
i gle Pipkin, Jane Prescott, Jack
i Raper. ' William Ralcllffe, M'lou
Reddin, Robert Robertson, Robert
Hchlfs, Charles Ross, Lewis Rush,
Nancy Saylse, Claudio Scaetta,
William Shuford. Julia Singlctary,
Kay Slaughter, Albert Somers, Gary
son, Sharon Sullivan, John Talley,
William Taylor, Anthony Turner,
James Villas, Willis Whichard,
Amberys Whittle, G rover Wilhoit,
James Willis, Mark Wilson, John
Yelverton, Donald Wade, David
Ward, and Mary Weaver.
Di-Phi Society Passes
Resolution On Algeria
"A Resolution That Algeria Im-1 far, if the United States were to
mediately Be Given the Right to support immediate Algerian in-
Option For Its Independence" was
passed overwhelmingly by the Di
Phi Society Tuesday night.
The resolution was introduc
ed by Rep. Mary Jeanne Reid.
She called attention to the weak
ening of NATO that has result
ed from France's withdrawal of
her trop commitments from the
defense of Europe for use in Al
geria. DeGaulle's "three options" of
fered to the Moslem Algerians
were claimed to be too vague for
serious consideration. Reference
was made to DeGaulle's most re
cent speech, which he was report
ed to have said that France would
remain associated with Algeria in
Rep. Glen Johnson claimed that
much more damage would be done
to NATO, than has resulted thus
By SUSAN LEWIS
What happened twice happened thrice: mo' snow.
The first time was welcomed by many, the second by fewer,
and the third by few.
More grumblers were audible this time over the few cheering
that the time to frolic was not past.
One fellow, who evidently had a grudge against the furry
flakes remarked, "I no longer think 'A thing of beauty is a joy
Another guy, whose car has been unavailable since the first
snow, opened his eyes at 8:30 yesterday morning, looked out the
window, saw the snow swirling and hurling downward, and utter
ed but one small word: "Damn."
Still another student, trying to kick snow into the boots of
the coed beside him, kicked too high, lost his balance and found
himself the next second sprawled in a nice, fat snowdrift.
Kleptomaniacs were once again at work, as the piles of Lenoir
Hall trays diminished from their usual place and soon turned up
in another spot on the bottom of students sliding down slick
Car wheels spun and spun, never progressing forward.
Snowballs whizzed and spun through the air, drawing squeals
from the coeds and . . . . ' s from the boys.
Art work, built on the ruins of former masterpieces, graced the
Students were jubilant when some professors faiied to show up
for classes, especially when tests had been assigned.
Week-old dirty snowtracks filled and overflowed with the white
stuff until only an even bleached blanket covered the ground.
t- ; : ;
h $m$Umm taion Wairtt
The Petite Musicale will present
20-year-old Alexander Fiorillo
Sunday at 8 p.m. in GM Lounge.
The pianist began as a solo
ist at the age of 12 with the
He has won countless awards,
including the Gold Medal Piano
Award, Young Artist Award, The
Concert Artist Guild Award, and
the Leschetizky Debut Prize which
entitles him to a New York debut
at Town Hall in April.
Fiorillo is under a full scholar
ship at the Philadelphia Musical
Academy and will graduate in
June, I960, with a Bachelor of Mu
sic degree. He has appeared on
radio and T.V. in New York, Phil
adelphia, and Colorado, and in
numerous concerts throughout
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New
York, Vermont, North Carolina,
Sunday evening's program,
sponsored by GM, will feature
works by i Rameau, Mozart,
Brahms, Handel, Chopin; Les
chetizky, Menotti, and Proko
fieff. dependence. Quite probably,
France would withdraw from it,
should this country take such a
course of action, he said. De
Gaulc's "three options" have been
accepted by many uncommitted
nations and can conceivably be ac
cepted by both French and Al
gerians. Mr. Rachd Benouameor from
Algeria stated that Algerians
would be happy to accept De
Gaulle's offer of self-determination.
They welcome his offer
but do not trust DeGaulle.
Approximately one-sixth of the
Moslem population in Algeria now
lives in concentration camps es
tablished by the French Army. The
annual death toll resulting from
the Algerian war is too high to
delay independence any longer,
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Bob Merrit, Glenn Vernon, and Sally Pullen, (I to rt), plan the
Freshman Forum program series on dramatics.
(Photo by Ron Cunningham)
Miss Albergotti Asks
For Increase In Staff
Judy Albergotti, UP' candidate creasing responsibilty for aware-
for Secretary of the Student Body,
released the following statement
to The Daily Tar Heel yesterday:
"Two areas which have con
cerned me during my campaign
are the need for an adequate
organization of the clerical re
sponsibilities and the opportun
ity for expression of student
"The duties of the secretary
have expanded greatly. I believe
that the energies of the person
who holds this position can be
channelled to more than merely
mechancal duties. This university
is one in which the student's con
cern over his responsibilities can
be expressed in a policy influenc
"The secretarial position can be
an avenue for the expression of
student needs; it has definitely
become a post that involves an in
Alpha Delta Pi Names
New Slate Of Officers
Alpha Delta Pi has elected the
following officers f6r the coming
Joan Jordan, president; Sandra
Ilogers, vice - president; Emily
Fritz, treasurer; Tona Thompson,
recording secretary; Anne Towers,
rush chairman; Pat Seegart, house
manager; and Barbara 'Faulkner,
: ; AX
"it's just like powdered sugar" .... comments Tina Baench
to Carroll Raver as she comes into close contact with the snow.
ness of the major currents of cam
"An expanded organization of
the Secretariat Staff would ac
complish the goal of increasing
student involvement in the af
fairs of their government. By
making more students active
members of the government, a
greater percentage of the cam
pus could be brought into the
stream of activities and would
be given a chance to express
"This staff expansion would
have the dual and underlying pur
pose of making more efficient the
clerical work of the secretary. An
organized committee, contribut
ing regular amounts of time and
energy to the routine tasks of
their government, would largely
achieve this latter objective," she
MAKE DEAN'S LIST
Four students of the 53 under
graduates in the School of Jour
nalism made the Dean's List for
the fall semester by earning
grades of B or better.
They are: Adelaide B. Cromar
tie, Randleman; Glenda R. Holder,
Salisbury; Malvern F. Vincent,
Roanoke Rapids, and Katherine E.
Wilson, Sumter, S. C.
t fty jtps
Discussion Of Nature
Of Acting Scheduled
The aitor takes the sjx)tli;ht tonight in the Freshman
Forum sreies on "The Stage, The Actor, The Play." The dis
cussion will take place at the Playmaker's Theatre from 6:30
to 7:30 p.m.
The Forum will delve into the nature ot acting with tlie
help of students from the Dramatic Arts Department. Sally
Pullen, Mary Lawrence, Glenn Ver-
non Bill Sugg and Bob Merrit will
present and illustrate the various
techniques the actor uses to achi
eve desired effects.
Also included on the agenda is
a discussion of the proposed trip
to the Wilmington Azalea Festi
val at the end of the month. The
trip will be simlar to the one the
Forum made to New York last
Tonight's program is the second
Dr. Ewing To Speak
At Institute Today
Or John A Kw. ms? nf the De-
partment of Psychiatry, School of
Medicine, will De one of the princi
pal speakers at the Nurses' Insti
tute on Alcoholism in Morganton
The topic of his presentation will
be "The Etology of Alcoholism."
The inslitute will be held in the
Recreation Hall of Broughton Hos
pital. The institute is sponsored by the
N. C. Alcoholic Rehabilitation Pro
gram, N. C. League for Nursing.
N. C. State Nurses' Association and
the N. C. Slate Beard of Health.
Full Agenda Facing
By EDSEL ODOM
When the student legislature
reconvenes tonight, the first order
of business will ,bc a bill to es
tablish standard procedures in al!
courts under the authority of the
Student Government of UNC.
This bill must be passed if the
inconsistent decisions !
reached by various courts are not
to be repeated.
Twin bills to provide for men.
and women's bi-partisan selec
tions boards are to come up af
ter having been sent back to
committee far a week's further
The bill which will probably
cause the biggest stir tonight is
the one to be introduced by Jim
The "serious" student may ob
tain restricted use of the Library-
stacks after 6 p.m., according to i
Charlie Gray, student body presi-;
This procedure must be followed
to get a permit to use the stacks:
1. obtain a slip from Mrs. Mary
Lou Lucy, circulation librarian; 2.
carry this slip to your advisor or
a professor and ask him to sign the
slip saying that you are a consci
entious student; 3. return the slip
to Mrs. Lucy who will issue your
stack permit with stack rules.
"I teel this limited open-stack po
licy," said Gray, "will of'er the
inle.ectcd Student the entire facil
ities of our library. With the co
operation of all, I 1 irmly believe it
will be a definite success."
Rules Lo be observed by students
vl-h special stack permts are no
smoking in the stacks, no typinS
willingness to give up seats to car
rel owners, no studying together or
gathering to talk, and leaving per
sonal property of ethers alone. A
copy of these rules with possible
additions will be sent to professors,
advisors, and heads of departments.
in the series, which features Pulit
zer Prize playwright Paul Green.
At next Thursday's meeting a one
act play by Green, "Fixins," will
be presented in the GM Main
Lounge. After the performance.
Green will discuss the play and
playwriting in general.
The public is invited to all meet
ings of the Forum, although fresh
men will be given seating prefer
ence in the event of a full house.
The series will conclude March 24
with a supper meeting and pro
gram on contemporary drama. At-
1 1 a : mi 1 r j T-wU
leuuon win ie luvu&eu un vru-
nessee "William's drama, "Summer
and Smoke." After the meeting, the
group will attend the- Playmaker's
production of this play.
After the performance the
group will be invited backstage
to meet the actors and director,
and to har a "post-mortem" on
the production. Tickets will be
available to Forum members at
Last week's program centered
around the stage and was extreme
ly well-received, according to Robin
Bri.t, Forum publicty chairman.
, Scott a resolution approving the
aims and mefhods of students
seeking service at lunch counters
throughout the South.
A bill will be presented to the
legislature tonight by Jim Crown
over asking for $600 for the film
ing of an honor system movie.
The film is to be made in color
in order to show the blushing stu
dent when he is caught in the act
Rep. Jim Scott will introdice
a resolution in support of the
installation of cup-dispensing
drink machines in dormitories.
Scott has noted that many in
juries of varying degree have
been incurred by broken cola
bottles, and few if any accidents
will be caused by paper cups.
Other bills to be considered to
night include a resolution to en
courage the repeal of the disclaim
er affidavit and the loyalty oath
provision in section 1001 (f) of
the National Defense Education
Act (1958) Public Law 85-864; a
resolution in support of the Vet
eran's Readjustment Act of 1959;
and a bill to proclaim Nov. 3 of
each year as John Motley More
head Day at the University of
North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Sets Special Meeting
Due to snow, the Bi-Partisan Se
lections Committee plans to hold
an unscheduled meeting Friday, 2
The members of this beard strong
ly urge anyone who plans to run
for a seat on one of Lhe judicial
bodies this spring to come by the
Student Government office on or be
fore Friday and sign for an inter
Th's will be the last meeting of
Lhe board before the spring elec
tion. MEETING POSTPONED
The YWCA Cabinet meeting,
scheduled for this afternoon, has
been postponed to next Thursday.
The "Cabinet will meet at 4:30
p.m. in the Library Assembly