' CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1962
Hayes Appointed ZBT Leads In Fral Grade Averages
New Delegate To
Arthur Hayes, a regular ses
sion senior, has been chosen as
a UNC delegate to the National
Student Congress of the National
Student Association. Hayes will
replace Dick Akers, who won the
position in the spring campus
elections but resigned from the
- The summer members of the
Student Party Advisory Board
chose Hayes at a meeting . last
Sunday. The student elections
law provides that the party of an
officer who resigns has the right
to chose his successor.
Akers won" the post as a Stu
dent Party Candidate, and Hayes
is also a member of the SP.
Pete Harknes, acting chairman
of the party, said Hayes was
chosen on the basis of his long
student government experience,
his familiarity with the issues
w hich the Student Congress would
consider, and, "his political posi
tion, which basically, coinides
with that of the original holder
of the elective position."
Hayes will not become an off t-
cial delegate until he is formally
appointed by the President of the
Student Body. If he is appointed
as expected, he will become one
of six official UNC delegates to
the NSA congress, which is to
be held at the University of Ohio
at the end of August.
The University will send a large
delegation to the conference be
sides the six official delegates.
ORGAN CONCERT SLATED
Gustav Leonhardt, a Dutch or
ganist and harpsichordist, will
present a concert in Hill Hall
Tuesday night at 8.
Mr. Leonhardt has performed
in concerts throughout Europe
and also in this country. He is a
specialist on performance prac
ties in Baroque and the author
of several studies inlcuding "The
Art of Fugue, Bach's last harpsi
chord Work an Argument."
His program on Tuesday even
ing will include works by Johann
Jakob Froberger for the harpsi
chord and Jan Peiterszoon Swee
linck for the organ.
The public is invited and ad
mission is free.
Tonight's Summer Cinema will
hi "Grand Hotel," in Carroll
H3II at 7:3. A color cartoon and
3 Benchley short will also be
There will be free juke danc
ing tomorrow and Saturday
rights in the Rendevous Room
in Graham Memorial from 8
The UNC-Chapel Hill Film So
ciety will show "Citizen Kane"
at 8 Sunday night in Carroll.
Memborships are still available
Gustav Leonhart will present
an organ concert Tuesday night
at 8 in Hill Hall.
CAROLINA BEAUTY MARILYN HAUFLER
proves that studying can be fun it all depends on
how you see it. Marilyn is a native of New Jer
sey who will be a junior at Women's College this
fall. Marilyn is majoring in elementary educa
At Age Of 45
Robert Henry Bartholomew, 43,
public information officer for the
Division of Health Affairs at the
University, died at 4:30 p.m.
Sunday after suffering a heart
attack at his home here.
Mr. Bartholomew was a former
reporter and feature writer for
the Durham Morning Herald, he
was a free-lance writer of his
torical subjects for numerous
publications, and a writer of in
terpretative and scientific articles
for the five-fold UNC Health
Center, which includes Schools
of Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing,
Dentistry and Public Health, and
He was a member of the
American Association of Science
Writers. One of his feature stories
on medical research was given
special praise in 1961 by an offi
cial of the national Institutes of
Health in Washington, who wrote:
"This (the topic of basic re
search is a story we are con
stantly trying to get across, and
I am delighted to find that Mr.
Bartholomew tackled it with such
success. It is both a spontaneous
and easy to read case of why
basic rcasearch should be sup
posed. If more of the same
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The YMCA will sponsor a doc
umentary film and panel discus
sion Monday night in Carroll Hall
at S on monks and their way of
There will be a combo party
Wednesday night from 7-11. Free
watermelon will be served at 9.
Visitors Find U. S.
By LOUIS ROSENTHAL
"In Israel, we do not have such
This was the reaction of one
visiting Israeli student to the
witnessing of the swearing in of
a public official in Raleigh.
The students also expressed
"tiredness" at the many tours
and lectures they attended in the
first week of their two-week stay
in Chapel Hill.
The seven students, part of the
Experiment in International Liv
ing program, have attended
classes, and also taken several
out of town trips as part of their
Folk Sings Popular
One of the most popular acti
vities has been the folk sings
held at Graham Memorial. Last
Thursday, together with 30 for
eign students who were at UNC
under NSA sponsorship, a sing
was held outside on the lawn.
Saturday night, another sing
and a dance was held in Graham
Memorial At this sing, attended
by about 100 persons, the group
taught several songs and dances
to the audience.
Earlier, the students, along
with their hosts from UNC, went
to see West Side Story, and they
left, as did the hosts, with a
feeling of enchantment
Friday, a trip to Raleigh, and
a meeting with Governor San
ford highlighted the day. The
Israelis were somewhat startled,
though, by the open criticism ex
pressed by several of the hosts
toward the Governor.
Other activities this week, in
cluded a reception at Chancellor
and Mrs. Aycock, and trips to
Durham and Fort Bragg.
At a campuswide dance Fri
day night, one of the students
tion, and runs the risk of making many fathers
jealous of their six-year-old boys. She likes skin
diving and sailing, and finds the coeducational
atmosphere at Carolina "stimulating and invigor
ating." (Photo by Richard McKee).
said, "All you do is twist, twist,
Later in the evening, however,
the Israelis tried it themselves.
Most of the students' meals
have been eaten at Lenoir Hall,
and they thought that the food
was "very good." When some of
the UNC hosts questioned their
opinion, the Israelis felt it sur
prising. "Usually when a foreigner com
es to the United States, you try
only to show the good parts,
and play down the bad. But here,
not only are we shown the bad
with the good, but the bad is
criticized, and the i mportant
persons in government, such as
the President and the Governor
are criticized also. This we do
The Israelis expressed the wish
that they could meet more of the
students here. "The purpose of
our visit is to meet your stu
dents, and see how they live and
study in America."
The students are living in Ke
nan and Connor dorms, along
with some of the student hosts.
The Fort Bragg trip interested
the Israelis, for five of the group,
including one girl, have served
two-and-a-half years in the Is
raeli Army. Some of the boys
were paratroopers, and watched
the jump yesterday with interest.
The State Bureau of Investga
tion Friday arrested four persons
here, all Negroes, on charges of
engaging in prostitution, local
police revealed yesterday.
Reports that student cources led
to the arrests were denied by
police. They also said that it was
yet unproven if students had been
a part of the group's clientele.
Tri Belts Top
Zeta Beta Tau, with a schol
astic average of 2.573, led all
UNC social fraternities in grades
for the past academic year, ac
cording to figures released this
week by the Student Affairs of
fice. The Delta Delta Deltas led so
orities with their 2.711 average.
It was the first announcement
of fraternity grades in over a
year which did not spell doom
for some fraternities. Since the
suspension of the "80 Rule"
last spring fraternities are not
required to have over 80 of
their brothers make a "C" aver
age. Failure to meet this re
quirement had caused several
fraternities to lose their rushing
privileges in the past year.
The overall fraternity average
for the whole academic year was
2.253, and the average for the
spring semester alone 2.344. The
year-round sorority average was
The ZBT's had ranked third in
the fall semester but moved up
to first place for the spring se
mester. Delta Psi (St. Anthony
Hall) was second for the whole
year, having been first in the
fall semester but dropped to sev
enth for the second semester.
The Tri Delts led the sororities
both semesters individually as
well as for the whole year. They
were followed closely by Pi Beta
Phi, which was second in the
fall and dropped to fourth for
Only two fraternities failed to
have 80 of their brothers make
"C" averages, although under
the new IFC administered rules
this will not cause them to lose
their rushing privileges.
Following is the complete list
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Pete Harkness has been ap
pointed Acting Secretary-Treasurer
of the student body for
the second summer session,
Harkness is a rising sophomore
and Vice-Chairman of the Stu
dent Party during the regular
The announcement was made
by Mike Lwler, acting president
of the student body for the second
summer session. Lawler is vice
president of the student body in
the regular session.
He also announced that any
students interested in serving on
the Summer Student Government
Board this session should come
to his office on second floor GM
between 12 and 3 next Monday
and Tuesday afternoons.
There are presently six va
cancies on the board which acts
as the student legislature during
the summer sessions. Lawler
said he would fill these vacan
cies on the basis of his inter
views and urged all interested
students to apply for the positions.