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MISS CHAPEL HILL Mary Ann Henderson
rides in yesterday's Campus Chest Parade." The
on the athletic field next to Woollen Gym. .
As a program 'extra,' the UNC
Chapel Hill Film Society Sunday
night will show "The Four Horse
men of the Apocalypse", starring
Rudolph Valentino in this original
version of the Blasco Ibanez novel
on the First World War. A Harold
Lloyd short, "Never Weaken", will
also be shown.
Tickets for the special showing,
to be held in Carroll Hall at 8
o'clock, are not a part of the So
ciety's regular series. They will be
available at 75c from committee
members and various professors
and students selling them on cam
pus. All proceeds from the show
ing will be donated to the Carolina
Room Deposits Date Is Set;
Elections Board To Meet
Graham Memorial is sponsoring
a St. Patrick's Day party tonight
at 8 in the Rendezvous Room of
GM. The program will be one of
Irish folk songs featuring Stark
Sutton and Dan Brock, well known
campus folk singers. There will
be free refreshments and free
The Newman club will meet for
supper Sunday in the basement of
St. Thomas More Church at 5:30
p.m. Father J. Paul Byron of
Charlotte will speak on Pre-Marital
The Cosmopolitan Club will hold
a contest entitled 'T'he Cosmo
Club clashes with The Grad Club"
at 4 p.m. Sunday in Roland Park
er Lounge in GM. Refreshments
will be served and everyone is
Tickets are now on sale to the
club's March International Dinner
at Danziger's, Y Court, the In
timate and from members of the
Cosmo Cabinet. The $1.25 price
includes food from all over the
world and entertainment.
There r will be an Elections
Board meeting Tuesday at 2 p.m.
in the Woodhouse Conference
Room. If you are unable to be
there at 2:00, come as soon as
Spanish Club Dance
The Circule Hispanico will have
a dance, "Noche Tropical," with
Club Espanel of Woman's College
Saturday in the basement of Cobb
Dorm from 7:30 to 11 p.m.
Dr. J. Herring of the NASA In
stitute for Space Studies will speak
at the Physics Colloquium Wed
nesday at 4:30 p.m. in 265 Phillips
Hall. His subject will be "The
Role of Convection in the Struc
ture of Stars." Tea and coffee
will be served at 4 p.m.
Room reservation deposits for
the Summer and Fall Session must
be made with the University Cash
ier in South Building not later
Miss Chapel Hill
Catapult To Fame
"Four Horsemen" catapulted the
then unknown Valentino into star
dom and as one of cinema's all
time great personalities. He was
born Rodolpho Guglielmi in Castel
laneta, Italy, on (May 10, 1895. His
mother was French and his father
a captain in the Italian cavalry.
Rudolpho was sent to military aca
demy and then to the Royal Aca
demy of Agriculture. After a short
period in Paris, the future screen
'lover' came to New York in late
After short jobs in cafes and
landscaping on the estate-of-Corne-
than April 2.
Interviews will be held Thursday
for editor of the Carolina Handbook
by the Publications Selections
Board at 4 on the second floor of
Applicants must be prepared to
start work immediately and should
have previous experience in editing
material for either high school or
The New Left Club will meet
Sunday night at 8:30 in the Roland
Parker Lounge in Graham Memor
ial. James McBride Dabbs will
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SILENT SAM became a billboard yesterday when someone put
the sign "DU Moonshot" around bis gun. DU Fraternity will sponsor
a "Moonshot" booth at this afternoon's Campus Chest Carnival.
J Photo by Jim Wallace
Carnival will be this afternoon
Photo by Jim Wallace
lius iBliss, Jr., Valentino began
earning his living by dancing
While touring in a musical come
dy, "The Masked Model," he land
ed in California and was encour
aged to try the movies. He appear
ed in a couple of minor roles with
Carmel Myers and as a "heavy"
in a Dorothy Gish comedy when
June Mathis discovered him and
demanded that he be given the part
of Jukio, the Argentinian tango
dancer and libertine of "The Four
Horsemen", a role calling for death
on the battlefield. The film became
one of the greatest grossers of all
Short, Dramatic Life"
Valentino's life was dramatic but
short. He was operated on in Poly
clinic Hospital for peritonitis on
August 23, 1926 and died that day.
His body was laid out in a funeral
parlor on upper Broadway, and
50,000 people broke police lines,
smashed windows and rioted to
get a glimpse of it. Hundreds of
people were injured and souvenir
hunters were everywhere. P o 1 a
Negri, whose assumption of
'widow's weeds' had angered many
women, fainted dramatically and
was lifted unconscious into her
car. She was later thought to be
the 'woman in black' who daily put
flowers on Valentino's grave.
Appearing with Valentino in
"Four Horsemen" were Alice
Terry, Joseph Swickard, Alan Hale
and John Sainpolis. June Mathis
produced and adapted the Ibanez'
novel, and Rex Ingram directed.
The picture was released in March,
1921, at the Lyric Theatre in New
York and received a tremendous
reception. The greatest screen lov
er of all time was born.
Information about tickets to Sun
day night's showing may be o'o
tained by calling 942-1033 in the
To Make Exchange
John N. Morris Jr., a junior his
tory major from Marion has won
the first exchange scholarship to
the University of Poitiers at Tours,
Field of 20
Morris was selected from a field
of 20 by a comittee composed of
faculty, administration and stu
dents. All of his expenses will be
paid for one academic year in
France, with the stipulation that
he return here for one year's
(While Morris is in France, a
French student from Tours will
study here. His expenses will be
provided by the student govern
ment, the F a r u 1 v ;.;h
Committee and the Campus Chest.
The scholarship is aunmuaieieu uy
the International Student's Board.
tMorris has worked with the Aca
demic Affairs Committee in the
past and at present is working with
the Carolina Symposium. He is a
Morehead Scholar and a member
of Beta Theta Pi social fraternity
b red VVedler was selected as
first alternate and Whitney Durand
is the second alternate.
This scholarship is open to all
In Chapel Hill
Seven Carolina coeds have en
tered the Miss Chapel Hill Pageant
on March 23rd in Memorial Hall.
The wide variety of talent by
these girls will probably make this
year's pageant the most interesting
and entertaining ever. Each girl
will perform in the evening dress,
bathing, suit, and talent-competi
tion. The talent division will count
50 per cent on the judges tally
UNC coed's and their talents en
tering the pageant are: Judy Elam
Dramatic reading; Dorcas Hen
ley Singing; Marion Berryhill
piano; Linda Sitton singing and
dancing routine; Gael Murray
filmed swimming exhibition; Vir
ginia Carnduff acting; and Judy
Flanders Trampoline acrobatics.
UNC Senior Mary Ann Hender
son, the current title holder, will
crown the new Miss Chapel Hill
at the conclusion of the pageant.
The new winner will receive a $250
scholarship, a complete wardrobe
from J. B. Robbins, an official
Miss America Preliminary trophy,
and a trip to Charlotte to compete
in the Miss North Carolina Pa
geant this summer.
Tickets may be purchased at
Kemp's Lcdbetter-Pickard, Sloans
Drug, and J. B. Robbins. Tickets
will be on sale next week in Y
A written request for an absentee
ballot must be made to the Chair
man of the Elections Board prior
to 5 p.m. on Wednesday except
when the student requesting the
ballot has to leave campus on
short notice due to an unforseen
In this exception, the excuse
must be considered valid by the
Chairman of the Elections Board.
Each written request shall be
made individually and shall in
clude the reason for absence, the
mailing addres of the student dur
ing his absence, his campus ad
dress and his class.
Absentee ballots must be return
ed in a signed, sealed envelope to
the Elections Board before the polls
close at 5 p.m. on Tuesday March
27. Absentee and infirmary ballots
shall be counted at the same time
the regular ballots are counted.
Address your request to: Allen
Simpson, Elections Board, Graham
NO NATO MARKINGS
NEW DELHI (UPI) Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru told
parliament Friday arms captured
in Goa from the Portuguese car
ried no NATO markings although
there had been reports NATO
arms were used in defense of the
former Portuguese possession
But he said some of the arms box-
e shad NATO markings. -
TOURS SCHOLAR John
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Marion has been selected to receive the first Tours Exchange Scho
larship. Photo by Jim Wallace
To New York
The Freshman Forum of the
YMCA and the '65 Club of the
YWCApare planning a joint trip
to New York on the weekend of
April sixth to ninth.
The purpose of the trip is to see
aspects of the city that are missed
by the average tourist. The activi
ties have all been planned by the
students under the direction of
Tom Davis and Harriet Cox of the
Forum '65 Club
The Freshman Forum and the
'65 Club meet in Lenoir Hall every
other Wednesday night at 5:30 p.m.
cussion on timely topics which are
cussio non timely topics which are
of interest to Carolina students.
In addition to the regularly
scheduled programs, there have
been special meetings to prepare
those students who are going on
the New York trip. Dr. Joseph
Sloane has spoken about art mus
eums in New York, and Mr. Bob
Hilliard has spoken about off
Broadway theater. In a meeting
last Tuesday the final itinerary
The group will leave Chapel Hill
by bus on Friday afternoon at 1:30.
On Saturday morning there will be
a special tour of the United Na
tions building. On Saturday night,
the students will attend Tennessee
William's new play, THE NIGHT
OF THE IGUANA.
On slate for Sunday morning is
a visit to the Church of the Good
Neighbor to talk with ministers
and social workers about the prob
lems of juvenile deliquency and
city life in that "area. Later in the
afternoon everyone will visit the
new Guggenheim 'Museum and the
Metropolitan Museum of Modern
On Sunday . night free time will
be available for students to pursue
their individual interests. Part of
the group will be attending an off
On Monday morning a tentative
trip to the Stock Exchange has
been planned. A visit to the NAA
CP headquarters is also planned.
The bus will New York Monday
morning and be . in Chapel Hill
The cost of the trip will be about
$30 for transportation, lodging, and
registration fee. There is still room
for approximately 12 people. Any
interested freshmen inquire at the
Y and pick up application blank
from Tom Davis.
SWEDISH FLYERS KILLED
STOCKHOLM (UPI) Two
Swedish air force pilots were kill
ed Friday when their jet fighters
collied at near supersonic speeds.
The planes were on routine train
ing exercises; in dear weather.
Morns a junior history major from
In Neiv Art Exhibit
By RICHARD BURNS
Tha,econd exhibit of "Paint
ings Upstairs," Chapel Hill's local
art outlet, is currently featuring 25
works of "great diversification,"
according to co-owners Jane Has
lem and Eleanor Smith.
This show, which began March
11, is composed of abstract, semi
abstract, and realist forms. "When
we selected the material for this
show, we tried to pick something
for everybody," Mrs. Haslem said.
Three welded steel sculpture
works are also featured in the
show. One of these, "Knight," by
Dwayne Lowder, has already been
sold for $150. The other two, "Fi
gure" and "Angel," are creations
of Robert Shannon, well-known art
ist. The owners encouraged "promis
ing artists to bring in their work.
They are trying to set a "standard
of quality which will give buyers
coming here something worthwhile
Need For Local Gallery
"Paintings Upstairs," which is
located at 113 W. Franklin St. di
rectly over the "Country Store,"
was begun on Feb. 12. Said Mrs.
Conference Is Set
The Faculty-Fraternity Confer
ence will meet today at 1 p.m. in
Is 'Cat On
Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman,
Burl Ives, Jack Carson and Judith
Anderson star in "Cat On a Hot
Tin Roof" tonight's Free Flick.
Based on the Broadway play by
Tennessee Williams, "Cat On a
Hot Tin Roof" is concerned with
Maggie, the young, beautiful "cat"
of the title who wants a child; but
her alcoholic ex-college athlete
husband is searching for "the
click in my head" which drinking
will give him.
Throughout the -film, 'Big Dad
dy," Brick's father, who is dying
of cancer, is demanding an heir to
Due to the anticipated b i g
crowds, "Cat On a Hit Tin Roof"
will be shown three times. Show
ings will be in Carroll Hall at 6:30,
8:30 and 10:30.
Here are the remaining Free
Flicks and Sunday Cinemas for the
rest of the Spring SemesterV
16 "The Lost Weekend"
ore Than SO
Stilt racing, donkey pole, and a limbo contest will highlight the
action as the annual Campus Chest Carnival gets under way at one
o'clock today at Intramural Field.
Other attractions will be rides, booths, basketball, beauty queens,
and the crowning of the King of the Carnival. The King wil be crown
ed by Susan Woodall, the reigning Miss North Carolina.
Votes lc Each
The present king is Dr. Alfred T. Brauer of the Math Dept.,
but he will be dethroned, today by either Doug Sessoms, Charles Bern
ard, Dr. Earle Wallace, or Dr. A. P. Hudson. Votes are a penny each.
There will be over 50 booths sponsored by various organizations,
and prizes will be given for, the best booth in each category. Tickets
for the booths will be five cents each.
For those who do not approve of the basketball team's foul shot
percentage, there will be a booth in which students can compete
against the team in a foul shooting contest.
Other booths will include lady wrestling, a tricycle obstacle run,
garter throw, bingo, golf pitching and a dunking attraction.
Rides will feature the merry-go-round, the merry mixer, the oc
topus, the ferris wheel and the tilt-a-whirl. Tickets for the rides will
be 25 cents, and they will begin as soon as someone shows up to ride
and will not stop until there is no one there to ride.
For those who get hungry from all the activity, food will be pro
vided in booths set up by the Chapel Hill Newcomer's Club, and by the
Episcopal and Catholic Church Women's Leagues.
The food booths will have popcorn, peanuts, candy, cokes, ice
cream and cotton candy.
"There was a great need for a
place to show local art." She add
ed, "Since Chapel Hill is a some
what cosmopolitan town, its artists
needed a good outlet."
The first show was described as
"very successful, at least 500 peo
ple came to see it."
MEASURES PIGS FAT
LONDON (UPI) The Soviet
information service reported Fri
day that Prof Panteleison Ladan
of Novocherkassk Veterinary In
stitute has invented an instrument
to determine the fatness of pigs.
It said "all one has to do is to
apply the probe to a live pig and
a bright curve appears on the
scree nof the instrument showing
in milimeters the thickness of fat
PASS CONSCRIPTION LAW
BONN (UPI) The bill to in
crease military conscription from
12 to 18 months received final par
liamentary approval Friday. It will
become law when it is signed by
President Heinrich Luebke, a for
mality expected soon.
NIX NEW RULE
OXFORD, England (UPI)
Women students at Oxford said
Friday they are against a plan
which would allow them an extra
hour to entertain male guests in
their lodgings because the new
regulations would make it harder
to get rid of "college bores."
A Mot Tin
"Cat On A Hot Tin Roof"
'The Man Who Came To Din-
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Durham County Superior Court
Judge Hamilton Hob good yester
day afternoon issued a restraining
order barring some 40 members of
the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
and other integration groups from
further attempts to gain entrance
to the Carolina Theater in Dur
ham. Summons Served
Sheriff Jennis M. Mangum said
copies of the order to summons to
appear in court at 9:30 a.m. March
30 are being served to the persons
named in the order.
The order bars persons named
1. Entering the theater without
the permission of the management.
2. Interfering in any manner in
or around the ticket office.
3. Continuing to line up at the
ticket window after being refused
4. Interfering in any manner with
the lawful operation of the theater.
The order follows several days
of demonstrations by mainly Ne
gro students protesting segregated
seating in the theater.
DRAWS SPY SENTENCE
KARLSRUHE, Germany (UP)
The federal supreme court Fri
day sentenced electrical factory
technician Herbert Schwcizer, 37,
to 30 months in prison for spying
24 "Viva Zapta"
25 "The Red And The Black"
31 "Bell, Book and Candle"
6 "The Human Comedy"
7 "The Rack"
8 "Martin Luther"
13 "The Long Voyage Home''
14 "The Belles Are Ringing"
27 "Morning Glory"
20 "Justice Is Done"
4 "Kitty Foyle"
5 "Home From The Hill"
11 "Cry The Beloved Country"
12 "The Time Machine"
13 "The Confessions of Felix
18 "Anna Karenina"
19 "Pillow Talk"
All showings will be in Carroll
Hall and unless noted otherwise
showings will be at 7:30 and 9:30.
This week "Cat On A Hot Tin
Roof" will be shown three times.
(6:30, 8:30, and 10:30)