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Complete (UPI) Wire Service CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1960
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Volume LXIX, No. 57
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Mobutu Severs Ghanian Relations
LEOPOLD VILLE Army strongman Col. Joseph Mobutu
Friday severed diplomatic relations with leftist Ghana and
ordered the embassy closed and all Ghanian diplomats out
of the country within 48 hours.
The announcement was made by Interior High Commis
sioner Jose Nussbaumer who hinted a similar fate for leftist
Guinea and the United Arab Republic, both of which have
supported deposed Premier Patrice Lumumba.
Dulles Briefs Kennedy
PALM BEACH, Fla. President-elect John F. Kennedy
got a top-secret briefing from Intelligence Chief Allen W.
Dulles Friday on how serious this country considers the threat
of a Communist-led attack on Central America.
No details were revealed by the president-elect or by the
Central Intelligence Agency CIA director after their two
hour and 40 minute meeting on the sun-swept lawn of the
Kennedy family's vacation home overlooking the Atlantic
New Orleans Schools May Close
NEW ORLEANS The New Orleans School Board said
Friday it may not be able to keep its schools open much
longer even if a federal court lifts the integration order that
has resulted in abandoned classrooms.
Racial violence disappeared again with daylight and a
light drizzle. But at one of the two integrated elementary
schools, three Negro girls sat all alone the 467 white stu
dents boycotted classes.
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eigns As Queen Of The Parade
Tonight's Free Flick
The American film masterpiece, "The Best Years oi
Our Lives," will mark the fifth in this semester's Sunday
The crowning achievement of producer Samuel Gold
wyn's long career, "this film production will be shown to
morrow in Carroll Hall at the special times of 3 p.m: and
In order to avoid the evening crowds, students are
urged to take advantage of the afternoon showing.
Goldwyn enlisted the services
AD Phi's Take
Tiara-crowned and smiling,
junior Janice Haley of Lookout
Mt., Tenn.,. reigned as 1960's
"Beat Dook" Queen yesterday
afternoon, in the 13th annual
staging of .the PiKA "Beat
Crowds lining the parade
route cheered Miss Haley and
her court, Jane Allen, Carol
Moser, Connie Pinyoun and Jane
Wright, and delightedly viewed
the crepe-paper and cardboard
admonitions to top the team
The AD Pi's won the trophy
for the best float in the parade.
Their effort was entitled "Wish
for a Win" and featured a
golden Aladdin's lamp sur
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Carolina Makes Final
Stab To Salvage Glory
Tar Heels Clash With Arch
Rivals After Five Losses
BY HARRY W. LLOYD
Making a last heroic stab to salvage some glory out
of a losing season, the North Carolina Tar Heels collide
with their fiercest rivals, the Dook Blue Devils, today in
Jim Hickey's Tar Heels, stumbling under a five-game
losing streak, appear as the last hurdle in the path of the
Dukesters, who are keeping anl
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eye on post-season bowl bids.
The visitors are riding their
highest wave of success in years
with an 8-1 record.
Bill Murray's blue has lost
only one contest, a 31-6 shocker
to Michigan, while surprising
the Atlantic Coast Conference
observers with a smashing of
No one needs to be reminded
of novelist McKinley Kantor,
playwright Robert Sherwood,
and director William Wyler.
Their film epitomizes both the
dream and the reality of the
post World War II period.
This intimate engagement
with the psychological facts of
American life gives the film an
almost universal audience.
It shows Americans as they
are, presents the problems as
they themselves see them.
The picture's values are the
values of the people in it.
Other than Harold Russell,
the cast is headed by Fredric
March, Myrna Loy, and Dana
The film won Oscars for Best
Production, Best Director (Wy
ler), Best Actor (March), and
Best Supporting Actor (Russell)
Cole Porter's musical, "High
Society," is tonight Free Flick
and will be shown in Carroll
Hall at 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
Adapted from Philip Barry's
play, "The Philadelphia Story,"
this film, in color, stars Bing
Crosby, Grace Kelly, Frank
Sinatra, Celeste Holm, and Louis
The Carolina . Gentlemen
will entertain in the GM
Rendezvous Room from 9-10
tonight. Free juke box will
be available for dancing dur
ing the rest of the evening.
By JINNY VON SCHILLING
"50-0" is the familiar cry amid varied speculation during
the final days before Dook invades Chapel Hill to meet the
defending Tar Heel champions in the 46th annual football
- In an opinion poll nine Carolina students registered mixed
feelings concerning Saturday's decisive game. '
Miss Judy Brott, special student and "Y" secretary said:
"Our chances are as good as they were last year. The
team has shown that they can come through."
She added that Carolina will win if the defense works
as it did against Notre Dame.
In contrast a pessimistic graduate student replied:
" 'Rots of ruck!' Duke is out for blood. They're going to
He said he wouldn't miss the game, however, because of
the peanuts. Last week during the Maryland upset he finished
off nine .bags.
Both Drena Edwards and Ed Clayton, natives of North
Carolina, agreed that Carolina is "outranked" by the Dook
Varied opinions came from three Y court fans.
Pretty brunette senior, Miss Jane Prescott, member of
the Yack beauty court, said she isn't , going to the game.
"I don't want to see a slaughter," was her reason.
An emphatic "yes" was the answer of Carroll Raver,
editor of the new campus publication, Parlance. Raver, a
senior political science-English major elaborated:
"The historical viewpoint is that the underdog will usually
triumph because overconfidence breeds sloppy ball playing."
John Eile, who hails from Long Island, N. Y. shared the
"We shouldn't win because it will ruin Duke's chances for
a bowl bid," the Yankee said.
After a moment of thought Bill Norton, a Chi Psi from
Durham, first mentioned alumni pressure on the team and
Coach Hickey as a prime factor in this most important game
of the season.
"If Carolina wins, it will be close. If Duke wins, it will
be by a large margin," Norton concluded.
Diane Gates, a KD from Clearwater, Fla. would not com
mit herself when asked if she thought Carolina would win-.
Miss Gates, a senior and treasurer of the YWCA only smiled
and said: .
"I hope so." .
TOKOYO (UPI) Toyo Wada,
an 82-year-old woman, was
granted permission today to en
roll in the Kodokan, Japan's
judo center, to practice the art
"It's dangerous for a young
woman to walk alone after
dark," Miss Wada said. "Be
sides, it's the best beauty exer
ALL MAN'S FAULT .
NEW YORK (UPI) Let the
men complain about the gals
spending too much time in beau
ty parlors. They started it all.
Historians, at the. Lit Refer
ence Service said men were the
first to curl their hair, apply
cosmetics, don silk stockings and
wear high heels. Such foppery
once was forbidden to women. I
The Cosmopolitan, Club will
hold its special Thanksgiving
Program featuring "The Divine
Trumpets," a Gospel Singing
Group, at the Baptist Student
Union Sunday at 4 p.m. All are
UNAFFECTED BY ADS
UPTON-O N - SEVERN, Eng
land (UPI) K. J. Allright, a
local official of the National
Farmers' Union, had this com
ment about new advertisements
for the organization:
"The thing that struck us was
that they did not strike us at
BALTIMORE, MD. Samuel
Tacksoh, 205 Lewis, 8-9169,
wants ride leaving after
of the traditional importance
of this classic.
These two competitive institu
tions have met 46 times in the
past, with a lifetime of memo
ries woven into the colorful
series. A stadium-filling ' crowd
of 45,000 is anticipated for the
2 p.m. clash.
A bevy of stars, both in the
sneedv backfield and in the
(sturdy line, has led the Blue
Devils to success thus far this
Quarterback Don Altman,
junior quarterback who doubles
as the ace pitcher for the base
ball team, is a talented thrower
and ball handler who has com
pleted 55 of 80 passes for 464
yards and two touchdowns. f
A dazzling array of halfback-,
has such names as Dean Wright,
Joel Arlington, Jack Wilson.
and Mark Leggett reading in
12:15 p.m. Tuesday.
SAVANNAH, GA. Andy the lineup, all of whom have
Edwards, 405 Connor, 2-1738,
wants riders; plans to leave
after 11 a.m. Wednesday.
NORFOLK, VA. Joel B.
Mullen, 8-9109, 209 Grimes,
wants ride leaving after 11
a.m. Tuesday or anytime
NORFOLK or' WILLIAMS
BURG, VA. Charles Hobbs,
111 Mangum, 8-9065, wants
ride leaving after 11 a.m.
CINCINNATI, OHIO, area
(Oxford, O.) Duncan Mc
Naughton, 105 Lewis, 9-8036,
wants ride leaving Tuesday
a.m. or Wednesday p.m.
The DTH will publish ride
requests in this space until
the holidays begin. Notices
must be submitted in person
to the DTH office in GM. A
similar column will be of
fered prior to the Christmas
seen moments of glory at some
time this season.
Fullbacks Jerry McGhee, Dave
Burch, and John Tinnell are
rated as powerful runners and
End Tee Moorman, second
leading pass receiver in the na
tion, and tackle Dwight Bum
garner are top-notch choices
for national honor selections.
End Bob Spada, who missed
the 50-0 game last year, and
tackle Dave Bosson are their
capable running mates.
Butch Allie pivots the staunch
forward wall, and in directly
flanked by guards Art Brown
ing and Jean Berry, a couple of
fire-eating defensive stalwarts.
Pacing the reserve unit for
the Dukes has been quarterback
Walt Rappold, who scored two
touchdowns against Wake Forest
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