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SUZY JOHNSON reproseniin Pi Beta Phi was chosen Alumni
Game Queen in half-time ceremonies during yesterday's first annual
Alumni Game. Miss Johnson was chosen from 10 olher candidates.
Photo by Jim Wallace.
Bimche To Talk
On World Affairs
United Nations Undersecretary
Ralph Bunche will return to the
UNC campus Tuesday night to
speak on the general state of
world affairs. His speech at 8 in
Memorial Hall is being sponsored
by the Carolina Forum.
Bunche spoke here in 1956 in
connection with the Symposium.
His speech then was on colonialism,
and he then stressed the close re
lationship of colonialism and race
He then stated that on a tour of
India, there were three questions
that were asked him most fre
quently. The first was about Kash
mir (a disputed province on the
India-Pakistan border), and second
and third were questions on colo
nialism an race relations.
Nobel Prize Winner
In his address Tuesdaj night,
Bunche is expected to stress the
problems of Africa and the Congo,
and what the UN is trying to do
about these problems.
He has served the UN since 1946
and has won a Nobel Prize for his
efforts to promote harmony among
Bunche served as mediator for
the UN in the Palestine dispute
and directed the negotiations which
resulted in the four armistice
Agreements between Israel and
the Arab states.
In 1956 he organized and super
vised the UN Emergency Force
during the Suez crisis. He also or
ganized United Nations operation
in the Congo.
A UN Founder
Prior to his joining the United
Nations, Bunche was with the State
Department and was a delegate to
many 0f the formative conferences
Joyner, Mangum and Lewis
Dormitories were named winners
of the Most Outstanding Dormi
tory Contest at the Annual IDC
Awards Banquet Friday night.
As first place winner, Joyner
received a trophy and a cash
award of $100. Mangum and Lewis,
as second and third place win
ners, each received a trophy and
a cash award of $50.
Everett received a trophy for
being the Most Improved Dormi
tory and Winston received the
Intramural Award for having the
best Intramural participation.
Savery Outstanding Prexy
Individual awards were present
ed to Rex Savery, Outstanding
Dorm President, and Ralph Mos
ley, Outstanding IDC Representa
tive. Jack Fetner and Owen
Bishop were presented Certificates
The Outstanding Dorm Contest
is decided on a point basis, with
each dorm being given points for
its various activities. - The ind
ividual awards are decided upon
by the IDC Executive Committee.
The banquet, presided over by
outgoing IDC President Jim Gaul
den, was held at the Carolina Inn
and was attended by both out
going and incoming IDC members,
as well as student government and
of the UN.
lie holds a Ph.D. degree from
Harvard and resigned as a profes
sor there in 1950, after organiizng
the Political Science Department.
In addition to the Nobel Prize,
Bunche has been the recipent of
several other honorary degrees
and awards inclu.ciiiig .rhi Beta
Kappa and the Four Freedoms
The following companies will re
cruit on campus next week:
Monday, YWCA, American Red
Cross, REA Express, Camp Idyl
wold, Home Security Life Insur
Tuesday, Abraham & Straus,
College Life Insurance Co. of
America, Harvard Medical School.
Wednesday, Davidson's, Renfro
Hosiery Mills, Adm. Survey De
tachment, Camp High Rocks.
Thursday, Department of Pub
lic Health, U. S. Dept. of Agricul
ture, Thalhimer Brothers, Inc.
Friday, McLean Trucking Co.,
Ross Laboratories, Owens-Corning
Fiberglass, Hudson-Bclk, U. S.
Army Medical Service and South
ern Research Institute.
NOTE: The American Red Cross
job interviews will be held Mon
day, as noted above, rather than
Friday, as previously announced.
There will be a University Party
caucus of all old and new legisla
tors in Roland Parker I Monday
night at 6:45.
Is Named Most Outstanding
PRESENTED WITH AWARDS at Friday night's IDC Banquet
were, from left to right, Owen Bishop, certificate of merit; Rex
Savery, outstanding IDC president; Ralph Mosley, outstanding IDC
representative; Jack Fetner, certificate of merit. Photo by Rich
Gaulden briefly reviewed the ac
complishments made by the IDC
thP nast vear. He outlined the ef-
forts made in three major areas:
improvement of dormitory social
life; increasing dormitory spiit;
and bettermbent of communication
between the IDC and the dorms and
Newly elected officers of the
executive, judicial and legislative
branches of student government
will be inaugurated at the final
session of the Thirty-second Legis
lative Assembly in Howell Hall
Monday night at 7:30.
IVesideni Inman Allen, Vice
President Mike Lawler, Secretary
Judy Clark and Treasurer Bill
Ciswell will be sworn in by George
Campbell, chairman of the Consti
tutional Council. Campbell will also
administer the oath of office to the
new members of the Men's and
Closed One Week
The Interdormitory Council has
officially closed the social room of
Aycock Dormitory as a result of
the abuse it received last week
end. "This thing has been blown up
completely out of proportion," said
Bruce Welch, the new IDC presi
dent. "We've decided to close the
social room in order to pressure
the majority of residents in Ay
cock into influencing the few who
don't appreciate their social room
By JOSEPH FINNIGAN
(UPI Hollywood Correspondent)
SANTA MONICA, Calif. Movie
land's "top stars share the spot
light with Oscar Monday night at
the 34th annual Academy Awards
A crowd of 2,500 will attend the
ceremonies in Santa Monica civic
auditorium. Several thousand on
lookers are expected to line side
walks and streets outside the
auditorium hoping to catch a
glimpse of their favorite star.
But the main Oscar audience is
the millons of fans who will watch
the show on television and read
about it in the newspapers.
Bob Hope is. master of ceremonies
for the ABC-TV show scheduled
to begin at 7:30 p.m. (PST), 10:30
More than 25 Oscars and five
honorary awards will be given out
by the Academy of Motion Pic
ture Arts and Sciences to actors,
actresses, directors, producers,
writers and other industry mem
bers. The award for best actress will
be presented by Burt Lancaster.
Contending for the award is Aud
rey Hepburn, "Breakfast at Tif
fany's," Piper Laurie, "The Hust
ler," Sophia Loren, "Two Women,"
Geraldine Page, "Summer and
Smoke," and Natalie Wood, "Splen
dor in the Grass."
Last year Elizabeth Taylor won
this award for her role in "But
lerfield 8." Miss Taylor's victory,
following her serious illness, gave
the 1961 awards ceremony real life
between the IDC and the adminis
tration. In concluding his talk, Gaulden
saia, vvnatever accompnsnmenis
iittn t ii i
the ROC has made this year, I
think it has been due to the boys
on the Council. No matter how
many ideas a man may have, he
New legislators will then be
sworn in by Vice-President Mike
Following the inauguration, the
Thirty-third Legislative Assembly
will convene to hear President Al
len's inaguration address.
At the conclusion of Allen's ad
dress, the legislature will elect the
following officers: speaker pro
tempore, clerk, filing clerk and
Chairmen of the Rules, Finance,
Ways and Means, and Judicial
committees will also be elected at
i this session.
According to IDC Court Chair
man John Gould, the room will
remain closed until April 15. Gould
said, "If any further mistreatment
of social room privileges occur the
room will be closed for the. re
mainder of the semester."
"The IDC," he continued, "will
take the same action against any
dorm which misuses the social
room privilege. The privilege will
be suspjended for as long as the
Council feels necessary."
Joan Crawford, an Oscar winner
for "Mildred Pierce" in 1945, be
stows the best actor accolade on
one of five nominees, .including
Charles Boyer, "Fanny," Paul
Newman, "The Hustler," Maximil
ian Schell, "Judgment at Nurem
berg," Spencer Tracy, "Judgment
at Nuremberg," and Stuart Whit
man, "The Mark." Lancaster won
this honor last year for "Elmer
Fred Astaire opens the secret
envelope which contains the top
motion picture award. Contenders
are "Fanny," "The Guns of Nava
rone," "The Hustler," "Judgment
at Nuremberg" and "West Side
Story." In 1961 "The Apartment"
Nominees for best supporting ac
tress are Fay Bainter, "The Chil
drens Hour," Judy Garland, "Judg
ment at Nuremberg," Lotte Lenya,
"The Roman Spring of Mrs.
Stone," Una MerkeU "Summer
and Smoke" and Rita Moreno,
"West Side Story." Rock Hudson
presents this Oscar, earned in 1961
by Shirley Jones, "Elmer Gant
ry." Oscar Statuette
Miss Jones will also be on stage
Monday night to hand an Oscar
statuette to top supporting actor.
In that race are Georget Chakiris,
"West Side Story," Montgomery
Clift, "Judgment at Nuremberg,"
Peter Falk, "Pocketfull of Mir
acles," Jackie Gleason. "The
Hustler" and George C. Scott, "The
Hustler." Peter Ustinov won last
year for "Spartacus."
ACCEPTING THE TROPHIES for the best men's dormitories
were, from left to right, Jim Young, second place for Mangum;
John Fisher .first place for Joyner; Owen Bishop, third place for
Lewis; and Sam Shapire lor .Everett, the most improved dorm.
Photo by Richard Zalk.
must have people to carry out
those ideas in order for them to
Following Gaulden's talk, the
new officers of the IDC were sworn
in by outgoing Vice-President John
Mitchener. Bruce Welch, the new
president, then spoke briefly of
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CAMPUS CHEST Penny Jackson, Campus
Chest Secretary, watches as Scott Brown (r.)
presents Dr. XV. C. Rippy, clinical director of
the Children's Psychiatric Unit in Butner. The
After several months of engi
neering difficulties, WUNC-FM will
return to its 91.5 spot on the radio
dial tonight. Broadcasting from six
until 11 each night the operation
will also include the resumption of
the campus carrier line, 645 on the
The engineering difficulties were
repaired under the supervision of
Mac Preslar, director of operations
for the Communication Center.
Operating again at 50,000 watts,
WUNC-FM should reach all per
sons within 100 miles of Chapel
Among WUNC programs which
have received special commenda
tion in the past are "Masterwork,"
two hours of the world's finest
classical music; "World of the
Mind," a program of essays which
are read and then analyzed by
UNC professors; "Some Come to
Sing," with UNC folk singer Dan
Brock; "Carolina Roundtable," a
panel discussion of important is
sues facing this area; "Project
60," a series of programs - on a
variety of subjects prepared by
WBT in Charlotte; and "Let's
Listen to Opera," the presentation
of full-length operas with com
mentary by Norman Cordon.
On the carrier current side of
his plans and hopes for the coming
Other officers installed were:
Ralph Mosley, vice-president; Owen
Bishop, secretary; Lin Dearing,
treasurer; John Gould, court chair
man, and Gale Martin, court
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eturns To Air
the program schedule, Matin Ri
chek hosts a program each Sun
day evening from 10-12 midnight
entitled "Nightbeat." Martin calls
this show a "fantasmagoria of radio
entertainment." The program in
cludes everything from jazz to
contests with free meals at By
ron's as prizes. "Nightbeat" has
the distinction of being the one
program which weathered the past
engineering difficulties and re
mained on the air.
Under the leadership of station
manager Reno Bailey, WUNC
hopes to bring its listeners the fin
est in radio programming. "We
have the quality programming,"
said Manager Bailey, "our task
now is to make all FM listeners in
our area WUNC listeners."
Any students who have interest
in any phase of the radio opera
tion, whether it be copy, announc
ing, engineering, art work, news,
In a surprise ceremony Saturday
afternoon during the half time of
the Alumni football game, Chancel
lor Emeritus Robert B. House was
honored by the Junior Class for
his long and faithful service at the
University of North Carolina.
The scroll, presented to Chan
cellor House by Howard Holsen
beck of the Junior Class Cabinet,
read as follows:
"In behalf of the students of the
University of North Carolina we
wish to express our gratitude for
the years of inspiration and de
voted service which you have giv
en to all those affiliated with this
"Your example and enthusiasm
have contributed to our appreci
ation of education and our love
for Carolina. Indeed, your person
ality has become an integral part
of the beloved traditions."
The inscription was signed by
Richard Vinroot, president of the
Junior Class, and Beth Walker, sec
retary. Chancellor House first came to
Carolina as an undergraduate in
1912. He graduated as President
of Phi Bete Kappa in 1918. He
returned in 1926, serving as secre
tary to President Woodburn.
Eight years later he was appoint
ed Chancellor of the University
and served in that position until
1957. Since then he has been a
Professor of English and Classics.
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children's hospital is one of several organizations
designated to receive funds from this year's
(Photo by Jim Wallace)
are encouraged to stop by the
WUNC offices in the basement of
CARRIER CURRENT SCHEDULE
6:00 Dinner Hour
6 : 55 Campus News
7:00 Canterbury Hour
7:15 Vistas of Israel
7:30 Sacred Note
Clotf elter Is
Jim Clotfelter, half of the new
felter and Wrye, is in the infirm
ly elected editorial team of Clot
ary. Clotfelter reports that he is
suffering from 14 incurable dis
eases. Professors should not ex
pect him for classes for at least
CHANCELLOR HOUSE receives scroll from Howard Holsenback
of the Junior Class Cabinet during half-time ceremony at yester
day's Alumni-Varsity game. Photo by Richard Zalk.
$300 Is Due
The 1962 Campus Chest Drive
retted more than $5,000 through
solicitations and special projects in
this spring's campaign, co-chairmen
Charlie Shelton and Jeanie
MacDougall announced yesterday.
This figure includes $4,710.94
which is already in the bank and
more than $300 in accounts receiv
able (money pledged to the Cam
pus Chest but not yet paid). Those
persons who have pledged money
but have not yet paid will be con
tacted during the first part of next
week, starting Monday.
Approximately $850 was raised
by the Campus Chest Carnival,
about $600 was raised by the auc
tion and more than $3,500 was so
licited from the students. The
Carolina Women's Council raised
$135 by shining shoes in Y-Court.
Funds raised through this year's
solicitations drive more than
doubled the amount raised by last
The money will be distributed in
the following manner: $1,000 will
go to the Mental Health Clinic for
children at Butner, N. C; $753 will
will go to the Tours Scholarship
Fund and the remainder of the
money will be distributed as equit
ably as possible between the
American Friends Service, the
World University Service and to
Dr. Thomas Gibson at Memorial
Hospital to further his research on
an improved electrocardiogram fo
hospital and space-astonaut use.
In the drawing for "door prizes"
given at the carnival, Walter Del
linger won a Madras sport coat
from Milton's, James Gerardi won
two steak dinners at the Ranch
House and Tim Burnett won five
20-minute backrubs from senior
physical therapists at Whitehead
Dorm. All students who contributed
a dollar to the Campus Chest were
eligible for the drawing.
Shelton also said that the Cam
pus Chest Committee has employed
a Charlotte attorney to investigate
the possibility of bringing suit
against Ross Manning Shows. Shel
ton said that Manning failed to
fulfill a contract with the Campus
Chest signed on February 23 in
which he agreed to provide five
carnival rides for the Campus Car
nival on March 17.
Shelton estimated that the Cam
pus Chest lost about $500 when
the rides were not provided. The
Campus Chest was to receive 15
of the gross intake from the rides.