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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1962
Complete UPI Wire Service
CU Flag At Stake
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HEAD CHEERLEADER Hannis Latham is too
late as he scrambles into position for a portrait
of the '61 UNC cheerleading squad. The 13-mem-ber
group, complete with new uniforms and pos
sibly some new cheers, eagerly awaits today's
Gov. Barnett Is Responsible
M E R I D A N, Miss. (UPI)
Three University of Mississippi
officials, ordered to show cause
why they should not be held in
contempt for barring Negro
James Meredith from the school,
told a federal judge Friday they
were prepared to prove they
were "powerless", to do other- .
The hearing got - underway, at
3?30 p.m. EDT before federal
Judges. Sidney, Mize and Hasold
Cox and indications were that the
state officials I intended to fight
the case every step of the way.
..Shortly after the trial opened
the state moved that th charges
against two of the three defend
ants Chancellor John Davis
Williams and Dean Arthur B.
Lewis be dropped on grounds
they were not present when
Meredith's application . was de
nied. "They " urged that the' charges
against the .third defendant
Registrar Robert Byron Ellis
be dismissed on grounds he had
no authority in the Meredith
case. The judge took the motion
The Annual "First Game
Dance, sponsored by the Order
of the Grail, will be held this
evening at 8 in Woollen Gym
nasium. All coeds will be admitted free,
and 12 busloads of girls from
Woman's College are expected
to attend. The "Dukes," a combo
from Asheville will play at the
dance with added entertainment
during the intermission.
The Queen of the Consolidated
University will be crowned at
the dance. She will be chosen
from contestants representing
UNC, N. C. State, and W.C. Also
during intermission will be the
presentation of the C.U. flag to
the captain of the winning team
to today's football game between
State and Carolina.
Stags or couples , will be ad
mitted for one dollar,
Yackety-Yack editor Lewis
Legum has announced a staff
organization meeting Sunday
afternoon at 2:30 in Roland
Parker Sloom 1 at Graham
Memorial.' Extensive plans will
be discussed for the '62-'63 year
book, and Legum encourages
anyone interested in working on
the Yack, no matter w hether
freshman or inexperienced, to
attend this meeting.
Class pictures for the Yackety
Yack will be taken September
24-28. for the' following 'students
enly: Seniors, third-year law
students, and fourth-year medi
Men should wear : a dark tie,
coat and wliite shirt; girls, black
sweater with pearls.
A new- yearbook policy has
made it mandatory that pictures
be completed on schedule and
late pictures, with or without
fees, cassot be guarasteed.
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Attorneys for the three school
officials indicated in their open
ing statement they would seek
to prove that the sole responsi
bility for denying admission to
Meredith lay with Gov. Ross
Barnett, who personally flew to
the Oxford campus Thursday to
take charge of the situation.
About 200 persons crowded into
the court room for the trial in
the post office building of this
rigidly segregated town. - ,
Barnett Nixes Entrance
Meredith, although armed with
a U.S. Supreme Court order di
recting his admission, was turn
ed away by Barnett Thursday
when he showed up at the school.
Thousands of jeering students,
chanting "nigger, nigger, nig
ger" confronted Meredith when
he drove onto the campus flank
ed by U. S. deputy marshals.
"I don't think he'll come
back," said student Fred Lucas
of Jackson Friday.
"Barnett stood up for what he
believed. I'm behind him 100
per cent," said Lucas.
Other students weren't so sure.
"Ross handled it real well but
we're not through with this thing
yet," said David Wilson of Louis-
Apart from the lingering de
bate, the campus settled back to
normal Friday. Classes officially
got under way, and the only
scramble was the perennial one
among freshmen who were hav
ing difficulty finding their way
around the tree-lined campus.
6-Orbit Space Flight
Postponed ' Til Oct. 3
CAPE CANAVERAL (UP)
Troubles in the "Sigma 7" space
capsule Friday forced postpone
ment of another five days in
the planned - orbital flight of
astronaut Walter M. Schirra Jr.
The launching, which tenta
tively had been set for Sept. 28,
has been rescheduled for "no
earlier than Oct. 3," the Na
tional Aeronautics and Space
Administration (NASA) said.
Technicians discovered prob
lems in a selector valve in the
capsule's attitude control system
during pre-flight preparations
Friday, officials said.
The attitude control systems
governs the movement of the
bell - shaped Mercury capsule
during orbit and is particularly .
critical for getting the space
craft into position for the blazing
return through , earth's atmos
phere. Schirra, 33-year-old Navy
lieutenant commander, hopes to
make six orbits of earth twice
as far as any previous American
Still ahead of the technicians
are the final days of critical
checkouts of the extremely com
plex Mercury space cabin and
its seven miles of wiring, and
the Arias booster with its more
than 300,000 separate parts.
If all goes according to plan,
Schirra will thunder into space
on the mornins of Oct. 3 from
game. They are, left to right, Lynn Boyette,
Frieda Collins, Dick Lewisohn, Charlotte Win
stead, Steve Lynch, Johnsye Massenburg, Jean
nie Kleitman, Walt Morris, Judy Allen, Tom
Gruehn, Sue Drennan and Jim Slaughter.
Continues Taking Applications
The registration office remain
ed open and will continue taking
applications up until 6:30 p.m.
EDT Monday. If Meredith hasn't
registered by that time he'll be
barred until the second semester
in January, unless some special
provision is made for him.
The order directing Williams,
Lewis and Ellis to appear in
Meridian Friday was issued by
Judge Mize during the night.
Friday morning the Justice
Department moved on another
front and filed contempt cita
tions against all-13 members of
the state College Board the
state agency that normally has
jurisdiction over college appli
cations. The board members were
ordered to appear before a three
judge federal panel in New
Orleans Sept. 24.
Minutes before Meredith ap
peared on the campus Thursday
the College Board signed over all
its power in the Meredith case to
Barnett, who set himself up as
the acting registrar. The board
intended by this action to free
itself of all responsibility in the
case, but the federal government
refused to accept this.
"In our view, Governor Bar
nett's actions have no legal ef
fect," a Justice Department
"We are proceeding against
those named in the court's order
whose responsibility in our opin
ion remains unaffected by the
here and land 10 hours later in
the Pacific near Midway Island.
The campus YMCA office yes
terday agreed to sponsor and
help organize a 4-day Washing
ton seminar on Domestic Affairs
if a sufficient number of . UNC
students are interested.
Gary Blanchard, who pro
posed the plan to YMCA Chair
man Claude Shotts, said the
seminar hopefully would feature
visits with Atty. Gen. Robert
Kennedy, Commerce Secretary
Luther Hodges, Interior Secre
tary Stewart Udall, Agriculture
Secretary Orville Freeman,
Labor Secretary Wirtz and the
chairmen of key congressional
Cost of the seminar, tenta
tively scheduled for the opening
days of the spring semester,
would be about $25. If success
ful, it might be followed by a
similar seminar on the state
level, Elanchard said.
He asked that interested stu
dents sign a list in the YMCA
office of Mrs. Helen Hammond
and meet there Wednesday at 4
By JOHANNA ADLER
The Raleigh Times
Special to The Daily Tar Heel
RALEIGH Criticizing the
Honor Council's "poor" record
ing of testimony, a- Wake Su
perior Court Judge yesterday
granted a new hearing to a UNC
coed who is questioning the
legality of the University's honor
Ann Carter, who was expelled
Meets With Faculty
By GARRY BLANCHARD
A special committee of eleven
trustees studying the possible
expansion of the University of
North Carolina held a 2Vfe-hour
"get-acquainted" meeting with 25
key faculty "members from the
University's three campuses here
Committee Chairman Thomas
Owen Bishop, secretary of the
Interdormitory Council, urged
new students to take every ad-,
vantage of "the best opportunity
afforded anyone entering this
University" in a speech delivered
at the last program of orienta
tion. Appealing to the students to
accept their responsibility he re
minded them that the LD.C. is.
not interested only in the physic
cal aspects of the dormitories,
but that the Council's main con-
cern to keep the dorm from be
ing just a cold, impersonal hotel.
Secretary Bishop's speech
highlighted the final program of
Orientation, given entirely to en
lightening of new students on
Prebsident Bruce Welch intro
duced the officers present and
then turned to court chairman
John Gould for an explanation of
the Council's judicial functions.
Secretary Bishop then made
his speech and gave a run-down
of social plans for the new
President Bruce Welch intrc-
quest that every boy get to
quest that every boy get to know
themselves as gentlemen at all
times and said, "The secret to
good dormitory relations is re-'
LUNG CHECK .
Do you have enough wind . to
blow out a paper match held
three inches from your mouth?
Open wide and try it. Ah-ah, don't
purse hps. That's cheating.
If you can't blow out the
flame, according to research
scientist Dr. C.: Robert Olsen,
your maximal breathing capacity
is not up to the standard. Better
have your lungs tested.
Or get a smaller match.- -
DEBATE TEAM .
The University . de bate team
will hold a reception for new
members at 7:00 p.m. on Tues
day, September 25 in Bingham
Annex. Anyone interested in
joining the debate squad is in
vited to come to the reception,
or to contact Dr. Springen in
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Cites Poor9 Record
from school for allegedly cheat
ing on a Latin makeup exam,
will present her case in the Nov.
5 civil term of Wake Superior
Court. The Hearing was granted
by Judge Heman Clark.
Chapel Hill attorney John
Manning, who repesents Miss
Crter, is contending that the
Women's Council has no legal
basis to suspend Miss Carter.
She was suspended in the spring
J. Pearsall said the closed-doors
session was an "exploratory
meeting" on University problems
and possible expansion. "We
didn't attempt to reach any con
clusions." ; He said no one "emphatically"
spoke for or against making
Charlotte and Wilmington Col
leges a part of the Consolidated
University. . ' -
"I don't think anyone's taken
a firm, public position on it yet,
one way or the other," he added.
Following a brief meeting of
the five committee members
who leave Sunday to study high
er education in California, Pear
sall said his. committee , hopes to
have its report ready "by the
first of the year."
He said the committee will
"begin to study the real isue"
Univerity expanion when the
committee member return from
their trip next Thurday.
The group leave from the
Raleigh-Durham airport at .9:05
Competition for 1,000 first-year
graduate study awards offered
by the Woodrow Wilson National
Fellowship Foundation for 1962
63 are now under way, Earle
Wallace, Associate Dean of the
Graduate School, announced to
day. Any member of the academic
profession in any college or uni
versity in the United State., or
Canada may nominate a candi
date for a Fellowship if it is
thought that the student gives
promise of becoming a valuable
member of the academic profession-Faculty
members have until
October 31 to nominate candi
dates for the awards. All nomi
nees will be notified by the
Foundation's regional chairman
to return an information form
immediately after receipt of his
nomination and to file other
credentials no later than No
There are 24 Woodrow Wilson
Fellows now studying here. Wil
son Fellows have their, choice
of any graduate school in the
United States or Canada.
Last year the University Grad
uate School received $43,000
from the Foundation.
MERnAN, Miss". (UPI) Fed.
Judge Sidney C. Mize return
ed a "not guilty" verdict Fri
day in the case of three Uni
versity of Mississippi officials
cited for contempt in barring
Negro James Meredith from
Manning old Judge Clark he
was not asking for a complete
setting aside of the sentence ex
cept in order to get a hearing
de nove (new). Manning further
said he wanted a place he could
take the case before an unbiased
She had appealed her case to
Aycock, Friday, and trustees.
They upheld the council's de-.
"I am really amazed that a
thing as important in the life of
a student as being expelled for
cheating could be conducted
with as little in the way of stand
ard procedure and with as poor"
facility of recording what trans
pired," said Judge Clark, refer
ring to the lack of records on
the case. -'
"If I'm going to make a judi
cial review, why can't I see the
record that suspended the
child?" he asked.
"This is not an inconsequen
tial matter," continued Clark, a
graduate of the University. He
said he hoped the other people
who reviewed the case had more
to work with than the records
he was given. .
"If there is to be a review of
the matter, it is almost a farce
to undertake it with the sort of
record that appears before the
Cuba Resolution Passes Committee
WASHINGTON A fight-if-we-must Cuba resolution was sent to
the House floor Friday after the House Rules Committee overrode
attempts to "toughen" it and include a similar pledge on Berlin.
The committee cleared the Senate-passed resolution for floor
action after voting 8 to 6 to bar any amendments and limit de
bate to three hours. The procedure was designed to assure quick
approval when the proposal comes to a vote next Wrednesday.
India, China Plan Discussions
NEW DELHI Indian and Chinese Communist troops were re
ported fighting with gunfire and grenades Friday on the disputed
Northeast frontier between the two countries. Both sides reported
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TRANSPORTATION Student Party officers
Haynes McFadden and Robin Britt, far right,
assist a busload of freshmen leaving the Student
Party But after a trip from the campus to Ehring-
court now,"-he continued.
Manning asked. the judge if he
would consider setting aside the
suspension on the basis of the
scantiness of the records.
"There. is no basis for my set
ting aside the suspension . . .
there might be bases for me to
call for de nove hearing," an
swered the judge.
Judge Clark strongly main
tained that any hearing before
him on the matter would be
properly recorded. He also said
he would call witnesses for the
hearing. "I believe if I'm going
into it any further I shall call
the three, witnesses and hear
their full story," said the judge.
' "It is sort of difficult to pass
judgment without any examina
, tion of them," he continued. The
witnesses to be called for the
hearing include Miss Carter, her
Latin Instructor John Catlin, and
another . professor in UNC's
"The student council over
there might just jack me up if
I don't act legally about this
thing," the . judge wryJy com
mented. ' "When you have the respon
sibility .to make a judicial re-'
view whether you like it or
not I think it is your respon
sibility to do it as fully as you
can," said Judge Clark.
Heels Favored To
Win By At Least
By ED DUPREE
North Carolina's three-platoon-ed
Tar Heels and North Caro
lina State's Wolf pack kick off the
1962 Atlantic Coast Conference
football season in Kenan Sta
dium at 2 this afternoon in one
of the longest rivalries in the
Untested quarterbacks will be
tested in the series' 52nd game.
New offenses will be displayed.
And one of the sister schools
will win custody of the Con
solidated University flag, symbol
of victory in the State-Carolina
Golden-armed Roman Gabriel
quarterbacked the State team for
three years and his absence will
cause . a marked change in the
Wolfpack offensive attack.
Billy Kriger and Jim Rossi, a
senior and junior respectively,
have the dubious task of fillins
Gabe's shoes big shoes, since
they were worn by an Ali
American. State coach Earle Edwards
likes a running game and he has
the halfbacks to do the job in
Tony Koszarsky, Joe Scarpati
and Mike Clark.
But going through or around
the Tar Heel line may not be
easy. Last year the Wolves pick
ed up only seven yards rushing
in their 27-22 loss to the Heels.
Gabriel's passing made the game
Farris Is Missing
Coach Jim Hickey also lost
his quarterback, Ray Farris, by
graduation. But in Ray's two
seasons as a starter Carolina
didn't rely on a passing game.
Replacing Farris wasn't as big
a problem as replacing Gabriel.
Hickey has four quarterbacks
who should see action on offense
today. Each should play because
of the three-platoon sj'stem in
stalled by the Tar Heel coach.
Handling chores for the Blue
unit is Junior Edge, a 6-fcot,
202-pound junior. Edge was a
defensive back in 1961, intercep
ting seven passes. He can also
boot the ball with the best in
Sandy Kinney and Gary Black,
sophomores, and George Bout
selis, a junior, share quarter
backing on the Ram (offensive)
unit. Boutselis is a smart foot
baller and should be tough in the
clutch. Kinney and Black are
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haus and Craige Dorms. The SP gave free bus
service to the new dorms during orientation week.
Photo by Jim Wallace