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Hie Student Council will meet
tomorrow night at 7:30 to rule
on the constitutionality of the
budget revision bill passed by the
Legislature last Thursday night,
Larry Botto, chairman of the
Council, announced yesterday.
The Council will also hear ap
peals by Rolfe Neill and Mac
White on an Honor Council's re
primand of the two, handed down
last w?"' .
The Council is considering the
budget bill constitutionality fol
lowing an opinion by Attorney
General Robert Evans in which he
declared the bill unconstitutional.
Evans said that the stipulation
attached to The Daily Tar Heel
$4,000 appropriation made the bill
invalid. The stipulation required
that the paper revert to an eight
Botto pointed out that the con
sideration of the budget bill's
constitutionality will be the first
such hearing since the Council
ruled on the Legislature's bill last
winter that placed use of Graham
Memorial phones for personal
long distance calls under the
Honor Code. The bill was ruled
unconstitutional by the Council.
Neill and White are requesting
an appeal on the basis of "insuf
ficient evidence for conviction."
The two former staff members of
this paper were given an official
reprimand by the Honor Council
for a violation of the Campus
Code. The Council ruled they
were guilty of "character assasin
ation" against Student Body
President Henry Bowers in ar
ticles published in The Daily Tar
Heel October 14.
Monday, October 29. The
YWCA cabinet will meet at 4
'clock, the Book Club Committee
will meet at 5 o'clock, and the
Bible Study Committee will meet
at 7 o'clock.
On Monday evening at 7 o'clock
the Splash Club will meet in the
Tuesday, October 30. The Cam
pus Affairs Commission of the
YWCA will meet at 2 o'clock, the
Social Responsibilities Commis
sion will meet at 4 o'clock, and
the Sparkplug Committee will
meet at 7 o'clock.
Casss Op Tap.
Second Meeting For Activity
Week Set For Tomorrow Nife
Student Government Activity
Week continues its organizational
activities with another meeting
tomorrow night at T o'clock in
the Grail room.
Ken Barton, chairman of the
group, has extended a welcome
,or freshmen to join the commit
tees and help in student goverrr-
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last Tuesday nieht will be heard ; Eas Colbert; Faculty-student tf-
--Tia mors extensive nlans for ac-
by committees will be. made
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(Staff photo by Ruffm Woody)
QUARTERBACK DICKIE DAVIS STARTS out on his second period 83-yard touchdown run
which carried through the entire Carolina team. An unidentified Carolina player misses on a div
ing tackle in the secondary as Guido Scarion (11) starts the downfield interference. Looking over
the line of scrimmage ai ihe left is Bob Ganti.
$100,000, Gift From
A gift of $100,000 from the.
Wachovia Bank and Trust Co. to
the University has been marked
as a significant step in the rais
ing of UNC professors' salaries,
according to University officials.
The endowment, given to the
Business foundation of the Uni
versity, is to be used to establish
a distinguished professorship in
banking in the School of Business
Administration, and was an
nounced here yesterday by Wil
liam D. Carmichael, Jr., vice
president and controller of the
Consolidated University and Rob
ert O. Juffman, Morganton, presi
dent of the Business Foundation.
The endowment will "be ad
ministered by the Foundation
and proceeds from it will be used
to supplement the state salary of
the faculty member occupying
the chair and to support research
activities in the field of banking.
The whole idea is to supple
ment state salary funds rather
than suppiam s:-,
at the meeting tonight.
The committees which will give
give reports tonight are:
Social ana neuca.., ""TiTr,v its educational services
Joan Carrol, Al Mebane, J
Finch; Academic Affairs stari
evaluations, Marylyn McI
Chandler,- r. mxij ,
study facilities, J. D. Lyons; Dorm
Social Rooms, Max BaUmger. Jim
Tlollinsr Telephones, r
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T-kC..irriahc3ri in Atmeues,
Stion Jfai' Finch Marylyn
Kee, George Strong
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Carmichael. "Using as a base a
state salary in the neigTiborhood
of $7,000, with an endowment, we
can offer prof esors a salary in the
neighborhood of $10,500.
"This enables the University to
get men of academic and scienti
fic competence, whom we could
not otherwise afford.'
Carmichael further explained
that the state salary for the new
professor., of banking would come
to about $7,200, and that this
would be supplemented with
about $3,500 income from the
It will be administered, he said,
and have much the same results
as the money in the Kenan fund
on the salaries of Kenan profes
sors. The total of those two figures
comes to $10,700 which is very
good for a full professor at UNC.
This donation, University of
ficials pointed out, will provide
continuing support of specialized
teaching and research in a major
business field and is the second
such chair to be established in
the School of Business Adminis
tration. Dr. Logan Wilson, academic
vice-president of the Consolidated
University, in commenting on the
endowment fund, said: "This gen
erous gift is the kind of farsight
ed action North Carolina needs to
jto state to thieve its
, status an outstanding
! American Univ?rr-"
The French Club will meet for
' dinner at 6:30 Tuesday in the
upstto ' dining room 'of Lenoir
, upsta j TJafic
Mc-jhalL A United Nations program
f will be presented.
On Tvisfing, 83-Yard Run
By Bill Peacock
WAKE FOREST, Oct. 27 The Demon Deacons of Wake
Forest buried the Carolina football team under a first half
offense of perfect, passing and powerful running and then
coasted in the second half to win easily, 39-7, before 24,000
I amazed and joyful Homecoming fans in Groves Stadium here
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C Net Av.
... 8 13 . X
-4 7 1.-7
12 33 2J8
"3 2 0.7
4 3 OH
2 0 Oj0
C Net Av.
7 16 2.3 .
11 88 SjO
11 31 2S
3 5 1.7
2 7 3.5
7 48 6.8
7 38 5.4
- 1 2 2M
Wissman .... 1
. 2 23
4 . 63
Wiess . 1 .
Wallace ' 1
No. Yds. Av.
... - 3 117 39
1 42 42
Glen Nickerson at midfield and
scored standing with Gantt chas
ing him across. George's good
conversion made the score Wake
Forest 26, Carolina 0 and ended
the first half scoring.
Carolina could do nothing dur
ing the first hah and got only as
far as the Deac 41 in their fur
ther est penetration. .
The second half saw the Deac
ons score in the -first 25 seconds
and the last- 10 and m between
completely dominate the play.
Wake Forest Tackle Bill George,
a powerhouse on Sense and de
fense, kicked off to start the sec
ond half and Wallace returned
ine D&ii rrom the 12 to the 23. On
first' down Quarterback 5E--A
riesmer, from the T-formation,
(See DAVIS, page 3)
The first half passing of Quar
terbacks Ed Kissell and Dickie
Davis, who completed nine of 12
passes, powered the under-rated
Deaes to a touchdown in the first
period and three more in the
second quarter which saw the
First Downs .
f asses intercepted by 2
Passes attempted. 20
Passes completed. -4
Yards lost by penalties SO
Baptists all but chase the Tar
Heels up into the stands.
KisselL Davis' and End Jack
Lewis were stars of the game.
Kissell threw for two touchdown
passes. Davis threw for oneand
scored twice, one of them a beau
tiful 83-yard run, and Lewis
caught seven passes, three times
on the ground.
The first Wake Forest "score
came on a three yard plunge over
left tackle, but three good passes
in three attempts by Kissell pow
ered the 78-yard drive. Halfback
Guido Searton started the drive
with a blazing run around right
end which carried from the Wake
Forest 10 to the Carolina 46,
where Bob Gantt made the tackle.
Kissell then loosened up his
arm and tossed to End Jack
Lewis on a button hook pass for
a first down on the 33 and then
hit Lewis again on the same play
on the 23. The Deacs were penal
ized back to the 34, but Kissell
got it back and more with a toss
to Lewis on the 16.
George got t(r the eight in two
bucks and Searton went to the 3
from where George took it over
for the score. Kissell fumbled tlie
snap from center on the extra
point try to make the score 6-0
at 7:48 in the first period
The second Deac score came on
a quarterback sneak by Davis
from one foot out and climaxed a
53-yard drive. A good punt ; re
turn by Kissell gave the Deacs
the ball on their 4L Davis tossed
to End Bob Ondilla on the Caro
lina 49 and then tossed to Ondilla
down to the 33. .
This was too good for Davis to
overlook so he completed another
pass to Ondilla, this one carrying
to the 3, Searton went over left
tackle to the one foot line and
Davis carried over from here.
Sonny George kicked the extra
point and the Deacs led, 13-0, at
1:15 in the second period.
Linebacker Tom Donahue in
tercepted the first of his three
passes to start the Deacs on the
way to their third score. He
caught a short pass by Carson
right oyer center, and returned it
from the Carolina 45 to the 43.
Halfback Bruce Hillenbrand car
ried to the 40 on a wide run and
Davis tossed' a "pass to Ondilla all
alone on the Carolina 17. Davis
wonnd up again and passed to
Lewis on-the five and the Deac
end carried over. George was wide
on the placement. - "
Davis, s slender j unior from
Wilsoa who was the Wake Forest
star last week against George
Washington, went 83 yards on a
! twisting run through the entire
Carolina . team for
2 Trie? iirant
' tackle on a sneak, cut back .to
Bud Carson, eluds3