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Student "invoivment in - the
problems of higher education
and difficulties involved in op
erating a student 'judiciary
system highlighted a two-day
regional conference of the Na
tional -Student Association held
here Friday and Saturday.
Nearly 70 delegates from
deadlines last " night, the re
gional convention of the Na
tional Student Association -elected
UNC delegate Teddy
O'Tcole chairman of the or
ganization. Roger Davis of
UNC was elected vice-chairman
of the National Affairs
Committee. -
North Carolina 2 colleges ; and ,
universities attended the con-
Strom Tonight
Senator Strom ,, Thurmond
(D-S.:.C will address a pub
lie audience -at 8 tonight " in
Memorial Hall on "The Ad
ministration's Voting Rights
Bill.", - :
- Thurmond, who is noted in
the Senate for his independen
ce, hisadherence to constitu
tional principle,. his. consistent,
record of voting for economy
in government spending, his
strong support of military
preparedness and his articu
late advocacy of a winning
policy in the cold war, will"
be sponsored by the Carolina
Thurmond is nationally-remembered
for his abandon
ment of the Democratic Party
in 1964 to support Barry Gold
water for President.
Parents' Day Schedule
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The annual Alpha Phi -Omega Parents' Day is being j
conducted today, on campus. The following is a schedule
of activities for visiting parents. " ' " '
11 a.m. Church services at Chapel Hill churches. " ;
12 noon Lunch you may bring a picnic, eat in Lenoir
Dining Hall or at Chapel Hill restaurants.
1 p.m. Pass-in-review ceremony by Air Force and Navy
ROTC units on Fetzer Field. Open .House in all living j
units until 6 p.m.
1:30 p.m. UNC Gleeman Concert at the Old Well. -
2 p.m. Departmental exhibits in Wilson Library. Ack-
land Art Museum open until 5 p.m. Morehead Plane-
tarium exhibits and public programs at 2, 3, 4, and
8:30 p.m. '" r ' ' : . 1
2:15 p.m. UNC Band Concert at Old Well. f
3 p.m. Chancellor Paul F. Sharp's Address at Old Well. :l
4 p.m. Faculty and Administration reception for parents
near the Old Well. l
4:30 p.m. Formal Reception in GM Lounge by invitation
only. - -
5:30 p.m. Student supper forums in various churches.
In case of inclement weather, these events will be
held in Memorial Hall. " '
V V vXLVvOJJ.0J.iJ.M9 J-L CiXL likJ'O
ference, which featured dis
cussions led by N. C. State
University Professor James
Wallace and NSA Vice Presi
dent and former UNC stu
dent body president Mike
v Lawler outlined' NSA's na
tional role in guiding student
activities in the field of civil
rights and cited a trend in
NSA ; operations which em
phasized programic rather
than ideological pursuits i n
civil rights planning.
He illustrated this trend by
mentioning a recent NSA drive
to collect books for needy
Negro colleges in the South
and a new concern for Negro
NSA Regional Coordinator
Pete Wales spoke of NSA's
'drive for basic changes in
higher educational practices,
citing- NSA's- involvement as a
mediator in "publish or per
ish" disputes at Yale Univer
sity. Wales said NSA is sending
"delegates to conferences . of
higher educational groups in
order to represent the stu
dent's point of view.
' In discussing NSA's difficul
ty in obtaining new, member
schools into its organization,
Lawler. cited student criti
cism of NSA's , official stands
on political and social issues
and apathy on the part of lo
cal NSA officials.
Members of the conference
also heard reports from repre
sentatives of each attending
college in -NSA campus ac
tivities. Wales and Lawler also out
lined sweeping changes in the
schedule of the NSA national
congress to be held this sum
mer. 8s
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WINNING EDITORS Former editors of the DaUy Tar Heel,
Fred Seely and Hugh Stevens glance over one of the issues of
the pajer that-helped them to win the "Best College News
paper"' award "at ,the; Charlotte News and Observer Awards
banquet yesterday. Photo by Jock Lauterer.
Former Vice President Rich
ard M. Nixon warned Satur
day that the United States
must keep military units in -the
Dominican Republic until
"we are sure this will not be
another Cuba."
Duke Students .
March In Durham
About 15 demonstrators left
the, Duke campus yesterday
to picket two Marine recruit
ing centers in Durham. They
said they were protesting ,U.
S. policy in the Dominican
Republic and Viet Nam.
- Students for a Democratic
Society sponsored the march,
which began.. at 1:30 p.m.
The; demonstrators first pic
keted the Durham recruiting
center on Main St. and walk-
ed from there to the post of-"
fice, Where they were met by
several counter-picketers , al
so from Duke.
Several UNC-SPU members
Shelley Blum, SDS regional
coordinator and one of the
marche's organizers, said his
'group distributed columns by
Walter Lippman on U. S.
foreign policy.
The group consisted mainly
of undergraduates. Howard R.
White, an employee of the
Center Furniture Company,
near the post office, consider
ed it 'well-behaved." -
The march had been an
nounced by . Blum at the
Thursday meeting of the
UNC-SDS in Gerrard Hall, al
though at that time he did
not definitely know whether.
Speaking at the annual con
ference of the North Carolina
Young' Republican College
Council Nixon said in two
foreign policy speeches that he
supported most, of President
Johnson's actions in the Do-,
minican Republic and Viet
Nam. -
UNC YRC President Charles
Hooks-reported that about 12
delegates from .this campus
were scheduled to attend the
meeting as representatives of
the local chapter. , ,
Ther former GOP presiden
tial candidate J. said Johnson
had not gone far enough in.
meeting the growing threat of
communism. - .
; Nixon said the Johnson ad
ministration should "concen
trate: on' ways of preventing
these brush wars, rather than"
just meeting these outbreaks
when they occur."
Nixon upheld the right of ;
the United States to use mili
tary forces in both Viet Nam
and the Dominican Republic.
He said opponents of U. S. in
tervention were "using cliches
to form a foreign policy, not
facts." , r? ' . - , ,.. ... - ..
"Despite the opinions of cri
tics," Nixon added, "the pres
ent; policy - in ,Viet Nam and
the Dominican Republic is one
of peace. Anything less than
what , we are doing will lead
us to a big war." ;
The GOP . spokesman said
once Viet Nam is lost all of
Southeast Asia is gone.
"If Southeast Asia goes to
the Communists," he continu
ed, "Japan, the biggest prize
in Asia, will be pulled toward
the Reds.": -
Nixon suggested ' that John
son attempt to establish an
Asian federation to assist in
meeting the growing dangers
Tar Heel Best
College Paper
In CaitJinas
The Daily Tar Heel won the -first-place
College Press
Award yesterday for the best
college newspaper in the
. Carolinas as five Tar Heel
writers took awards in every
category at a banquet given
by the Charlotte News and
Observer in Charlotte.
Fred Seely and Hugh Stev
ens, k former DTH co-editors
split $50 for the best news
paper award, and Mike Yopp,
DTH associate editor, receiv
ed honorable mention for his
news and feature coverage of
the civil rights march in Sel
ma, Ala. There were 62 news
entries. i
Twenty college newspapers
entered a total of 303 editor
ials, features, news and sports
stories written during the 1964
65 academic year."
Curry Kirkpatrick won a
second-place out of 56 entries
in . tne sports category for
his story on BUI Bradley, Prin
ceton basketball "star, and
Fred Seely topped 96 others
in the feature category to get
a second place for his story
on extremist groups, i includ:
ing the Ku Klux Klan.
Ernie McCrary, DTH editor,
received an honorable mention
for his news story on James
Gardner, a UNC . sociology
graduate student who attain
ed considerable publicity fol
lowing a-racial-. incident dur
ing the annual U. N. Mock
Convention in Chapel HilL . . .
Seely and Stevens also re
ceived a second place n the
editorial 'category," topping 86 "
other entries. The winning
editorials - included a three
part discussion entitled The
Air Force - and Us" on the -cheating
scandal at the Air
Force Academy and its effect
on UNC, a second editorial on
the speaker ban law, and a
third editorial welcoming
Charlotte College to the Con
solidated University.
All second-place award win
ners received $15 in addition
to the citation. fc .
To prepare ns all for
the appearance tomorrow
night of Head Playboy
Hugh Hefner at the Caro
lina Forum, ; DTH Copy
Editor Fred Thomas re
views on page 3 the Play
boy Philosophy from past
issues of the magazine.
: The Daily Tar Heel was
voted yesterday best col
lege newspaper in the Ca
rolinas by the editors of
the Charlotte Observer.
See story page 1.
Today's schedule for Pa
rent's Day activities will
be found on page 1.
Regular DTH Sunday
features are here too. The
campus calendar on page
7 and the Week's News in
Review is on page 6.
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