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Chapel Hi!!, North Carolina, Monday, January 11, 1971
Vol. 78, No. 81
Founded February 23. 1S33
Tar Heel victory cli
By Chris Cobbs
It may not have proved anything, but
it was very satisfying to 8,800 Carmichael
Auditorium fanatics, who found it rather
like old times.
Carolina's 79-74 win over Duke
Saturday night didn't settle anything as
far as the Atlantic Coast Conference race
is concerned, said Coach Dean Smith.
But it did solidify UNC's grip on first
place in the regular season standings and
it climaxed a week that began with the
Tar Heels upsetting the country's
second-ranked team, South Carolina.
by Evans Witt
The Town of Carrboro may ask for a hearing on
the planned increase, in electric rates announced by
the University late in December.
Town Attorney Bill Staton has asked the Carrboro
Board of Aldermen to request a hearing before the
full UNC Board of Trustees, to see if the rate increase
to all electric customers in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro
area is justified.
The executive committee of the Board of Trustees
approved the rate -increase in its meeting Friday. The
increase had been requested due to the increased cost
of obtaining wholesale electric power.
The actual amount of the increase for local
customers will be decided early this week by Vice
Chancellor Joe Eagles' office. ,
by Keith Carter
' The referendum for the Graduate
Student Coordinating Committee (GSCC)
constitution, has been set for this week
following the approval of the final draft
of the document at a meeting of the
graduate student organization Thursday
GSCC Chairman Jerry Harder revealed
the referendum will be held today
through Thursday, with each school or
department handling the arrangements
for its own election procedures. Harder
recommended each student check with
his department to find out what election
procedures will be followed.
Ballot boxes will also be set up in
Craige Dormitory and the Carolina Union
for students who are unable to cast their
ballot in their own department.
GSCC Secretary Jim Becker expressed
hope that the referendum would have a
good turnout, to show popular support
for v the proposed separation of the
graduate student government from the
undergraduate student government.
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It may not look like Harvard square and she isn't AH be enjoying each other's company in the Arboretum. (Staff
McGraw, but the resemblance to "Love Story" is there just photo by Johnny Lindahl)
the same. Henry Stephens and Larraine Carpenter seem to '
Actually, Smith hinted, the win may
have meant a little more than he at first
indicated. "I think two ACC teams
should always be in the top ten," he said.
"It's such a great league that I just think
two clubs from our conference deserve to
be in there all the time."
And it was that kind of thinking that
had the capacity crowd screaming, "we're
No. 1," throughout the game.
There was a moment in the first half,
however, when the game and possibly a
shot at a successful season appeared to
be in jeopardy.-
When fiery sophomore guard George
Karl tumbled to the floor and rolled
about in severe pain with a locked knee
"We figure a turnout of 25 per cent
would be excellent," Becker said. "We
don't know how much this figure would
come to, but we feel that 1,300 voters
would be a good turnout."
The University Office of Registration
and Records show there are presently
4,602 graduate and professional students
enrolled for the fall semester.
Becker said copies of the proposed
constitution would be available in each of
the graduate departments and schools.
Anyone unable to obtain a copy can get
one from Jerry Harder in 429 Craige
Only minor changes in the document
were made at the final meeting of the
GSCC Thursday night, dealing with the
naming of the graduate organization.
The new constitution calls for the
name of the graduate body to be the
Graduate and Professional Student
Federation, instead of the GSCC The
large legislative body of the organization
will be known as the Senate and the
smaller executive body will be called the
Executive Board. These changes will go
into effect when the constitution is
that teammate Steve Previs had
inadvertently fallen across, Smith
admitted, "I was very concerned."
The play occurred as Karl and Previs
doubled-up on Duke center Randy
Denton with UNC ahead 13-11 after seven
minutes. Karl had to be carried to the
He reappeared only four minutes later,
to the amazement of just about everyone,
and with his return, the Tar Heels reeled
off eight straight points.
Previs and forward Dennis Wuycik also
required medical attention in the course
of the half. The rugged trio of
Pennsylvania natives fortunately
succeeded in remaining whole for the rest
of the game.
The increase was proposed in December when
Grey Culbreth, director of the University's service
plants in Chapel Hill announced that the cost of
wholesale power purchased from the Duke Power
Company had gone up 18.46 percent.
The increase in Duke Power's rates was approved
by the Federal Power Commission and went into
effect Dec. 14.
The university buys approximately 75 percent of
its power from Duke Power and generates the other
25 percent to sell to local customers at its Cameron
Avenue steam generating plant.
The agenda , for the Carrboro Board's meeting
Tuesday night comments that the University's power
rates have allowed large profits to accumulate. It
questions, whether or noLthe xate increase is j'ustified-
"The Board of Trustees is the
only protection that the public has
against unwarranted increases since
the public being served by utilities
has no control over the University
officials, nor are the services
controlled by the State Utilities
Commission," the comment adds.
The comment in the agenda
alledges that the University has
made several million dollars profit
in the last ten years from the
The Town of Carrboro is also
currently embroiled in a court suit
against the University concerning ;
the University's increase in water
rates which went into effect this
The University raised its water
rates to its, outside customers over
100 percent this summer, justifying
its action by citing the needed
improvements in the physical
tacilities Ol the system in order to
be able to provide for future needs.
Carrboro claimed in reply that
the increased water rates were
unjustified and were an illegal tax.
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Wuycik, the team's leading scorer,
made his average, 21 points, as Carolina
shot 54.5 percent from the field. That
impressive figure is also the club's
i seasonal average.
workmanlike"fashioh and took a tighter-11
assortment of baskets from short range
. and totalling 14 points, the Tar Heels
achieved a 42-33 lead at the half.
' . The spread had reached 13 when Karl
reentered the lineup, but Duke's Alan
Shaw and Dick Devenzio reduced it to
seven a minute and a half before
Shaw, a 6-9 soph forward who was
leading the country in free throw
. shooting before the game, missed four of
. eight from the line, but his eight first half
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Dennis Wuycik goes up for two points past the outstretched arm of Duke's Larry
Saunders during the first half of Saturday night's game. Wuycik finished the night
with 21 points to lead the Tar Heels in scoring. (Staff photo by Johnny Lindahl)
Groep Mikes bes
by Evans Witt
' Staff Writer
The Raleigh City Coach lines proposal
for a bus system covering the University,
Chapel. Hill .and Carrboro has been
recommended for acceptance by the
Joint Transportation Study Commission.
The proposal will be presented to the
Chapel Hill and Carrboro Boards of
Aldermen early this week for action.
The Raleigh proposal is fairly close to
the original proposal made to the
Commission by the Gastonia Bus Lines,
except that the proposed Raleigh
contract includes a 30-day cancellation
clause which the Gastonia contract did
not, according to Commission Chairman
The most significant other difference
between the two proposals is that the
Raleigh proposal calls for the campus and
town contracts and systems to remain
R.L. Deaton, the manager of Raleigh
City Coach Lines, called for continuing
the campus bus service on a contract
between the company and the UNC
Student Government, maintaining the
present hours and routes of operation on
Deaton proposes to set up the town
service along comparable lines with the
one proposed by Bill Rhyne Jr. from the
Gastonia Company. However, the Raleigh
proposal is more expensive.
'The Raleigh system will cost about
$20,000 more per year than the Gastonia
proposal," Lathrop said.
Lathrop is sot certain when operation
of the bus system would begin if it is
approved by both Boards of Aldermen.
He commented that there were many
details to be taken care of after the
official approval of the plan and that the
system would probably begin operation
soon, possibly sometime near February 1.
points were high for Duke in the half.
, DeVenzio, the tiny senior guard, had
six in the half and finished with 11.
Duke's big men-Denton, Shaw and
Larry Saunders-all got in foul trouble in
the first half and had to play cautiously
in the second.
Denton wound up with only 14 points
and nine rebounds, both well below his
team-leading averages of 23 and 13. Shaw
did not score in the second half and
Saunders made only four points for the
Duke was out-rebounded 41-29 for the
"We did not play well at all," said
Coach Bucky Waters. "We were hurt by
foul trouble and by missing our free
Lathrop said that he would present
both lines' proposals to the Chapel Hill
Board of Aldermen Monday evening and
to the Carrboro Board of Aldermen
Lathrop said he had been informally
told that the Southern Coach Lines
Company of Durham might also have a
proposal for service ready for
Although the town and campus ?
systems would meet at some central point
in the downtown area, transfers would
by Woody Doster
Accused "Chicago 7" conspirator John
Froines will speak to the Political Science
95A class today at 1 p.m. in Memorial
The speech is open to all students,
faculty and administrators.
Froines, Lee Weiner, Bobby Seale and
five others were charged with conspiring
to incite a riot, crossing state lines with
intern to incite a riot and giving
inflammatory speeches to further then
purpose at the 1968 Democratic
Convention in Chicago.
Froines and Weiner were also charged
with conspiring to instruct protestors on
making "an incendiary device" to be used
to blow up a Chicago parking garage.
The device, which was never placed in
the garage, was shown in court to he a
throws, the first time this year this had
"We got close a couple of times in the
second half, but couldn't break it."
Two of the reasoriS the Devils failed to
catch up were Tar Heels-Dave Chad wick
and Kim Huband. Chadwick scored 19
points and Huband, a junior guard who
appears to be gaining confidence rapidly,
Carolina allowed Duke within six
about four ""minutes from the finish, but
center Lee Dedmon, who did not start
the game because of a practice incident
last week, came up with six of his 11
points in the remaining time to put it
UNC is now 10-2, Dufce. 8-5.
Election for president of the freshman
class will be Tuesday. The first elections
were held Nov. 17 but were contested
after one of the candidates' names was
mistakenly omitted from the ballot.
The election will be held from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Ballot boxes will be located in
dormitories which house freshman
students. An additional polling place will
be set up in the Carolina Union to
accommodate any freshman living off
campus, according to Elections Board
member Margo Fletcher.
The candidates for the office are
Foster Ockerman, Ford Coley, Jack
Knight and Jeff Wood. Wood contested
the Nov. 17 election after his name was
omitted from the ballot.
In that election, Ockerman finished
first with 395 votes, Coley was second
with 335 votes and the "do-nothing"
candidate Knight was third with 290
Counting of the ballots will be done
from 6 to 10 p.m. in room 217 of the
Before Christmas there was a
possibility that one or two referendums
might appear on this ballot. A
Reapportionment bill which would
change the number of Student Legislature
members and a Judicial Reform Act are
still held up in Legislature and have not
yet been acted upon.
Both bills will probably come up for a
referendum sometime in February, Miss
not be as simple as they were proposed
under the Gastonia system.
The main reason cited by the
Commission for accepting the Raleigh
proposal the cancellation clause was
considered important because for the first
year of operation of the system the towns
will have no certainty to patronage of the
Lathrop said that studies indicate that
some 800 passengers a day would use the
town portion of the system. The
maximum loss at this level of patronage
would be approximately 525,000 per
Froines was acquitted on all charges,
but presiding Judge Julius Hoffman cited
him for 10 counts of contempt during the
trial. The former university professor now
faces a 195-day sentence.
Froines is presently free on $15,000
bond, set by a Federal Appeals Court
after Judge Hoffman refused to set bond.
Froines graduated from the University
of California at Berkely in 1964. The same
year, he -organized the Students for
He received jp M.A. and Ph.D. in
chemistry at Yale and did post-doctoral
study at the Royal Institute of Great
At the time of his conspiracy
indictment, Froines was assistant
professor of chemistry at the University
Froines was an SDS organizer while at
Yale and is co-founder of the Radical
Science Information Service.