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Cloudy and mild
Offices in Graham Memorial
FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1962
Complete UPI Wire Service
Fun In The Sun
' THESE CAROLINA Ladies and
Gentlemen have taken to the roof
tops to proclaim .that Spring has
j . d indeed sprung. '
Photos by Richard Zalk
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Lawler, Mcl3evitt To Debate
In Gerrard Hall On Sunday
Mike Lawler, SP candidate for
vice-president of the student body
in Tuesday's run-off election, chal
lenged his UP opponent Larry
McDevitt yesterday to a debate
Sunday night in Gerrard Hall at
iMcDevitt accepted the challenge
yesterday after asking that the de
bate be held in Gerrard Hall,
rather than in Cobb basement as
Lawler had suggested in his chal
Professor Tom Patterson of . the
UNC Drama Department has been
awarded a 1962-63 Fulbright Fel
lowship to teach play-writing in
Dong Kook University and to di
rect plays at the Drama Center
in Seoul, Korea.
Dong Kook is a great Buddhist
University and the only institution
in Asia known to have a depart
ment of drama. This department
was set up by Gun-Sam Lee, a UNC
graduate who took his Master s
Degree in the Department of Dra
matic Art in 1959. During the two
vears he was at UNC as a student,
Professor Lee worked closely with
Patterson in playwnting and in
other theater activities.
The extent to which 165 UNC
students from abroad have
changed their opinion about the
United States since coming to
America is being compiled and re
lated to sociology and social psy
chology through a survey being
conducted by Mary Ann Lamanna,
a graduate student in sociology.
The survey is also concerned
with any specific problems, such
as housing, grades and language
conflict, these students have had
while attending UNC and whether
or not these students have had an
opportunity to see many phases of
life in the United States.
Year At Strasbourg
Mrs. Lamanna became interest
ed in the ideas foreign students
formed about the country he is
visiting after she spent a year
studying at the University of Stras
bourg in France.
The date for returning the ques
tionnaires is Tuesday, and Mrs.
Lamanna has stressed the impor
tance of receiving replies from all
students concerned so that the re
sults will be truly representative of
all countries and opinions.
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The debate will consist of open
ing statements of 4-6 minutes by
each candidate, after which each
candidate will question the other.
The pair will then answer ques
tions from the floor. They will
make closing statements of about
4 minutes. The debate is open to
the entire campus.
President Should Not Choose
In a statement to the DTH yes
The Seoul Drama Center is an
ultra-modern theater built under
the direction of Che-jin Yu, one of
Korea's best-known writers. Pat
terson became acquainted with Mr.1
Yu when the latter visited Chapel
Hill in 1957, while on a tour of
the U. S. University theaters.
Impressed By Playmakers
Impressed with the work of the
Carolina Playmakers over the
years, Yu felt that it would serve
as a model for a dramatic organi
zation in Korea. Consequently, he
influenced Lee in coming to UNC
for his training in theatre work
and also persuaded the Rockefeller
Foundation to help build a theater
in Seoul cementing cultural ties
between the United States and
Patterson, who joined the UNC
department in 1950 after a brilliant
student career at Yale and Stan
ford Universities and previous
teaching experience at the Uni
versities of Texas and Oklahoma,
teaches playwriting at UNC. He
has directed such major produc
tions for the Carolina Playmakers
as "South Pacific," "Mister Rob
erts," "Death of a Salesman,"
"Desire Under the Elms." His out
door drama "Old Four-Eyes," pro
duced each summer at Medora, N.
D. since 1958 by . the Theodore
Roosevelt National Memorial Park
and Badlands Association, has been
called by "Time Magazine" one
of the five best outdoor dramas
in the nation. ;
He was lately named to the Board
of Advisers of the T. R. Memorial
Patterson visited Korea in 1959
as a member of the UNC Wo
man's College Theatre group which
toured 18,000 miles in the Pacific
area under the sponsorship of the
USO-American Educational Theatre
The Pattersons wiU leave the
U. S. about mid-summer.
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at the Junior Class's third combo
the American Legion Hut from 8
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terday Lawler said, "A belief that
should be dispelled," he said, "is
that Inman Allen (UP winner for
the presidency) should be able to
choose his vice-president simply
because of the argument that the
administration will need a speak
er of legislature of the same
party as himself to carry out his
"In the present situation, it
would actually be better Jo have
an SP vice-president (speaker)
This is because Legislature will
have 29 SP members and only 19
UP members." Two . new Legisla
tors are doubly endorsed.
Work Through One Man"
"With this strongly SP Legisla
ture the UP president would have
to work through only one man in
the body, that man being of the
party which has the most mem
bers. The debate was set at this time
so that it would not conflict with
the Carolina Symposium which be
gins at 8 p.m. that evening.
The following is a statement by
UP vice-president candidate Larry
McDevitt who yesterday accepted
a debate challenge by his SP op
ponent Mike Lawler.
"I accept with pleasure Lavler's
challenge to a debate. I think we
will be able to discuss issues of in
terest to the student body and I
hope the student body will show
interest by attending.
"The vice-president's duties are
greater than that of speaker of the
Legislature," he said. . "He must
work in close harmony with the
president in order to guide the
president's programs through the
"The student body has expressed
confidence in Allen by electing him,
and his programs should therefore
be guided through the legislature."
LONDON (UPI) The British
Broadcasting Corp. took steps
Thursday to curtail violence on its
television programs. The BBC an
nounced it would not show news
films Saturday of the New York
boxing match in which Cuban
fighter Benny Parct, former world
welterweight champion, was cri
combo that will he playing tonight
party. The party will be held at
until 12, and everyone is invited.
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Van Oatts has been picked to
head next year's Campus Chest as
the YMCA announced the selec
tion of 18 committee chairmen that
will form the Y-Cabinet-in 1962-63.
The chairmen are: Van Oattts,
Campus Chest; Mary Brewer Re
gan and Katherine Parrish, pub
licity; Bobbie Brownfield, office
force; Mimi Farquhar, finance
drive; Marie Overby, human re
lations. Glenda Lackey, international re
lations; Judy Alexander, U.N. edu
cation; Deal McArthur and Lee
Shepherd, foreign students; Neal
Holhngsworth, hospital work; Robin
Farr and Fran Brock, Dix Hill
sanatorium; Jane Womack, Grave
Kat Creech, Girl Scouts; Dianne
Reynolds, Catholic orphanage;
Anne Summers, blind school "Y"
teens; Ginger Carnduff, '66 Club;
and Nancy Goodykoontz, welfare.
Heading two new committees for
next year will be Alice Anne Ains
lie, Butner institution, .and. Ann
Hendrick, Negro "Y" teens..
Appointed to the executive com
mittee of the cabinet was Judy
Bryant who will serve as member-at-large.
Three new one-act plays will be
presented free of charge by the
Playmakers tonight and Saturday
night at 7:30 p.m. in the Play
"Indian Summer," by Gail Place,
will be the first offering. In the
cast are Susie Cordon, Violet
Katherine Galvin, Johnnie Sibold
and Dwight Hunsucker. It is di
rected by Larry Randolph.
Douglas Young's "Waiting for
Eden" will be the second play.
Margaret Cathell and Frank Mc
Donald are cast in the drama, di
rected by Sandy Moffett.
"What Did You Learn jn School
Today?" by Wallace Johnson will
be . the last play on the bill. Ap
pearing in the farce-satire are
Myles Ludwig, Ed Cathell, Larry
G. Steele, Larry Walz, David Sam
uel Sheps and Richard Grant. The
play is directed by Gordon Clark.
Try outs Set
Tryouts for 27 roles in the "Play
makers outdoor production of
Christopher Marlowe's "Doctor
Faustus" wUl be held this Sun
day at 3:00 p.m. and Monday at
4:00 and 7:30 p.m. in the Forest
Director Tommy Rezzuto, staff
director of the Playmakers, an
nounces that there are roles for
20 men and 7 women in this act
ing version of the Marlowe spec
tacle. Principal characters in the
comedy are Fausts, , master -of
all knowledge; Wagner, his ser
vant: Lucifer, a fallen angel; Me
phostophilis, a devil; a Good An
gel; an Evil Angel; and Helen of
Set in 16th century Germany,
"Doctor Faustus" deals -with a doctor-magician
who bargains with
the Devil and loses his own-soul.
Playwright Marlowe was a contem
porary of Shakespeare.
Scripts are on reserve in the
University library and at 101
Saunders Hall for those who wish
to read it prior to trying out. Any
one in the Chapel HiD .area is Jn
vited to audition.
The time of an examination may not be changed after it
has been fixed in the schedule. Quizzes are not to be given in
this semester on or after Wednesday, May 16.
Grade Reports will be prepared by the Data Processing
Section and forwarded to the departments prior to the examina
tion period. The original copy will be returned to the Offce of
Records and Regisration, the second copy (canary), is to be
retained by the department, and the third1 copy (goldenrod) is
to be kept by the instructor.
Grade Reports are to be in the department office within
72 hours after the scheduled time of the examination. The de
partment chairman is responsible for recording receipt of each
report (the Form RD-1 may be used for this) and forwarding
4 it promptly to the Office of Records and Registration. In un
usual cases, if it is clearly needed, an extension of the time
limit preferably not to exceed 48 hours, may be approved by
the department chairman or the dean of the school concerned.
The Office of Records and Registration must be given notice of
the delay. (Faculty Council, May 6, ,1960.) Machine processing
of grades makes it urgent that all grades be turned in on time.
All permits to take examinations to remove grades of
"Exc. Abs." or "Cond." must be secured from the Office of
Records and Registration prior to the exam. No student may be
excused from a scheduled examination except by the Univer
sity Infirmary in case of illness or by his Dean in case of any
other emergency compelling his absence.
All 3:00 p.m. lasses, Chem. 21 Busi. 71, 72 & 180
Phch 62, and all classes not
in this schedule
All 8:00 a.m. classes on TThS
All 12:00 noon classes on MWF,
All 2:00 p.m. classes on MWF,
All 9:00 a.m. classes on MWF
All 12:00 noon classes on TThS,
Science and Air Science
All 9:00 a.m. classes on TThS
All 1:00 p.m. classes on TThS,
Busi 150, Phad 77
All French, German & "Spanish
No'd 1, 2, 3, 3x
Al 10:00 a.m. classes on MWF
All 11:00 a.m. classes on TTS
All 8:00 a.m. classes on MWF, Econ 81 Tues., May 29, 2:00 p.m.
All 10:00 a.m. classes on TThS Wed., Mayl 30, 8:30 a.m.
All 1:00 p.m. classes on MWF, Busi 160,
Phar 31, Phys 25 Wed., May 30, 2:00 p.m.
AU 11:00 a.m. classes on MWF Thurs., May 31, 8:30 a.m.
All 2:00 p.m. classes on TThS,
Busi 130 Thurs., May 31, 2:00 p.m.
Instructors teaching classes scheduled for common exam
ination shall request the students in these classes to report to
them any conflict with any other examination not later than
April 18. In case of a conflict, the regularly scheduled exam
will take precedence over the common exam. (Common exams
are indicated by an asterisk.)
The Newman Club will meet
Sunday at 5:30 for supper in the
basement of St. Thomas More
church. A program concerning the
"Mixed Marriage" will follow, con
ducted by Rev. Arthur R. Free
man, Vicar General of the Dio
cese of Raleigh.
Anyone interested in the job of
head cheerleader has been asked
to contact Al Roper at 968-9027 or
942-6753. Interviews will be con
ducted sometime during the next
Film Society Postponed
The meeting of the Film Society
scheduled for Monday night has
been postponed until April 8 so
that members may attend the Sym
posium. Spanish Music
The "Circule Hispanico" will
present Walter Bishop, pianist, in
a program tonight of the Spanish
composers Albenitz, de Falla, and
Granados at 7 p.m. in the Hill Hall
choral room. The public is in
The Baptist Student Union will
hold a work party Saturday after
noon with students. doing all sorts
of jobs and proceeds going to
LISTEN. Persons with jobs avail
able may call 942-4266.
There will be a meeting of the
newly elected SP legislators today
at 5:15 on the second floor of Le
Graham Memorial will present
the Carolina . Playboys tonight in
the Rendezvous Room from :30
10. Admission will be free.
Junior .Class . Party
The Junior Class will hold its
otherwise provided for
Wed., May 23, 8:30 a.m.
Wed.. May 32, 2:00 p.m.
Thurs.i May 24 8:30 a.m.
Thurs., May 24, 2:00 p.m.
Fri., May 25, 8:30 a.m.
May 25 2:00 p.m.
May 26, 8:30 a.m.
Sat., May 26, 2:00 p.m
May 26, 8:30 a.m.
May 28, 2:00 p.m.
May 29, 8:30 a.m.
third combo, party of the semester
this Friday night at the American
Legion Hut. Everyone is invited
to this party, which will last from
8 until 12, and admission will be
50c per person. B.Y.O.L.
. . Faculty Insurance
Members of the faculty and ad
ministrative staff who have not
returned a reply card concerning
the Faculty Disability Insurance
Plan to Dr. Richardson's office, do
so immediately so you can obtain
first hand information on the pro
gram. If you need a card or want
an interview call 942-5067 at once.
The polls will be open on Tues
day, April 3 from 10:30 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. for the runoff election.
Please submit your list of poll
tenders to the GM Information
Office by 5:00 Sunday.
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. Three Mexican students; Francisco Del Prado, Eduardo R,
Thomae, and Roberto Ducoing, take a break between a day of visit
ing the School of Education and a tour of the Planetarium.
Photo by Ralph Mangum
96 Are Initiated
Ninety-six students were tapped into the Order of the
Old Well in a ceremony held yesterday morning at 4 a.m.
The Order of the Old Well was founded in 1949 on the
premise that, "too much service was being done in the Uni
versity and too little recognition was forthcoming."
This year's officers have been Robert E. Sevier, president;
James C. Gaulden, Jr., vice-president;
Susie H. Cordon, secretary
treasurer; J. Partick Morgan, J.
Dennis Rash, and Priscilla B. Wy
rick, executive committee. j
Hugh Inman Allen, Frederick R.
Anderson, Edwin Warner Bass,
William Wade Bevis, Charles Rob
in Britt, James Patterson Browd-
er, Paul Leach Burroughs, David
Emerson Buston, Thomas R. Can
non, John Burns Clinard, Joe Mal
colm Craver, William Thomas
Allen Thomson Cronenberg Jr.,
Joseph Edwin Davies, John Jey
Deifell Jr., Walter E. Dellinger,
James Mack Dillashaw, Richard
Lee Dunn, Rufus Lige Edminsten,
Grover N. Everett, Douglas Mc
intosh Fambrough Jr., Ray Simp
son Farris Jr., Wayne Hampton
Ronald Lee Gabriel, Howard
Glenn Garner, Bruce Briant
A proposed change in the AFR
OTC program, which would sub
stitute a two-year officer's edu
cation program for the present
four-year plan, was explained to
University officials this week by
Col. William C. Lindley, chairman
of the AFROTC Advisory Panel
for the Secretary of the Air Force.
UNC is one of 173 institutions
which the proposed legislative
change will affect. The purpose of
Lmdley's visit was to acquaint
university officials with the neces
sary information for amending the
National Defense Act of 1918.
Lindley was the guest of Lt.
Colonel Gordon D. Kage of the
local 590th AFROTC Detachment.
He talked with Chancellor Aycock;
Dean of the Faculty, James God
frey; and Dean of the College of
Arts and Sciences, J. Carlyle Sitter-
Since the AFROTC is the pri
mary source for Air Force officers,
there is- an immediate need for
increasing enrollment in the edu
cational program. The proposed
change would offer a more con
centrated effort on the part of
juniors and seniors who would be
eligible for admission under the
More and Better Students
Commenting on the change, Lt.
Colonel Kage said, "We will be
able to get more and better quali
fied students in the new program.
This will benefit the cadets in their
training, both financially and
Greene, Duff Surgent Greene, Joha
McLeod Griffiss, Anthony S. Har
rington, William Graham Harriss,
Richard Fulton Hendrickson,
James Nelson Irvine, Wayne Edgar
King, Michael Henry Lawler,
James Leonard LeCompte.
Hugh Talmage Lefler Jr., Ben
jamin Franklin Lenhardt Jr., John
Michael IMcClister, Robert W.
Madry Jr., Edward Martin Man
ning, William Ward Marslender,
Arthur Jesse Merrill Jr., Roy Her
man Michaux Jr., John Agrippa
Mitchner III, Milton . Wade Nel
son. Richard Carter Overstreet, Hen
ry N. Patterson, Clifton Edward
Pleasants, Forrest Alford Pollard
Jr., Robert Drane Powell, John
Carwile Pope Randall, Robert Lee
Reardon Jr., Frank Raine Items
burg, N. Dickson Repucci, Wil
liam Barker Riley Jr., Gordon
Daniel Robbins, Charles Bascora
Shelton ni, Abner Pope Shuford,
Roger William Smith.
Michael Doss Sprinkle, William
Ross Sullivan, Jerome Joseph
Tognoli, Richard A. Vinroot, Jose
ph Donald Walsh, Frederick Char
les Oliver Wedler Jr., James Bar
nes Weeks, John Bruce Welch,
Dwight Herndon Wheless, Thomas
Mary Malinda Bangs, Nancy
Barr, Linda Anne Biser, Carolyn
Elizabeth Brown, Henrietta Brown,
Dorothy Meade Clairborne, Judith
Gates Clark, . Judith Peal, Maxine
Greenfield, Janice Marie Haley.
Elizabeth Susan Hayes, Lynn
Elizabeth Humphrey, Jean Eliza
beth MacDougall, Jan Greer
McCloskey, iMarcia McFarland,
Catherine Mixon, Evelyn Darst
Murphy, Pamila Anita Parker,
Elizabeth Ann Reed.
Dorothy Jane Shaw, Mary Sue
Simpson, Cameron Lee Taber,
Linda Lee Tesh, Beverly Carol
Thompson, Toni Lynne Thompson,
Mary Roberta Townsend, and
Mary L. Zanetti.
John Grierson, producer for
Scottish Television Ltd. and a fea
tured speaker on the Symposium
program Monday night, will ar
rive here tonight by plane from
New York. Grierson and Gilbert
Seldes will speak on "Revolutions
in the Arts" at 8 p.m. Monday in
Grierson is coming to the U.S.
primarily to attend the Sym
posium; his visit is sponsored
jointly by the UNC-Chapel Hill
Film Society, the Museum of Mod
ern Art in New York, and tha
Washington, D. C, Film Council.
Grierson is a colorful, dynamic
personality whose name has be
come a legend in the motion pic
ture world during his own life
time. Queen Elizabzeth last year be
stowed the rank of Commander of
the British Empire on him for his
contribution to cinema and edu
cation. His farm home in Wilt
shire, England, has been desig
nated a national monument
Dr. Grierson will spend Satur
day and Sunday visiting the cam
pus and enjoying the Symposium
until his participation Monday
Anyone wishing absentee ballots
for the run-off election next Tues
day must sumbit a signed request
stating his reason for absence from
Chapel Hill on Thursday and his
The ballots must be picked up
in the Student Government office
by 5 o'clock on Friday, and must
be returned before 5:30 on Tues
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