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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, January 13, 1971, Page 2, Image 2

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The Daily Tar Heel elbatos topirove onu irecoircii mm by Pam Phillips Staff Writer The UNC debate team of Joe McGuire and Joe Loveland has compiled an 81-14 record as the result of an after-Christmas tournament tour on the West Coast. While in California, Loveland, McGuire and debate coach Cully Clark attended the tournaments at UCLA, Redlands and the University of Southern California, all of which are national qualifying tournin nts. At UCLA the team was eliminated in the quarterfinals and at Southern California in the semi-finals. At Redlands, McGuire and Loveland won the tournament, making them, in Coach Clark's opinion, "The team to beat at the nationals." He lists UCLA and Georgetown as their main rivals for the national championship. They are the first team in debate history to win two national qualifiers out of five. In the five qualifying tournaments they have attended, Loveland was named outstanding speaker in three, and McGuire was in the top five. The significance of the West Coast swing to Coach Clark is it proves, "we are Society to investigate decapitated dog case by Marc Shapiro Staff Writer The Chapel Hill Humane Society will conduct an investigation to find out the facts behind the finding of a dog's head in the area of little Fraternity Court on the night of Dec. 13. The head was found by students, Mike Phelps and Bill Futrell. Several other people also saw the head. ; They said its hair was singed. Mrs. Betty George of the Humane Society said the incident is similar to one that occurred at Duke University on Dec. 17 in which a campus dog, Boswell, was also found decapitated. The dognappers deny this, claiming they let the dog out in Danville, Virginia. v. The Daily Tar Heel is published by the University of North Carolina Student Publications Board, daily except Sunday, examination periods, vacations and summer periods. . Offices are at the Student Union building, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. N.C. 27514. Telephone numbers: News, Sports 933-1011, 933-1012; Business, Circulation, Advertising 9 3 3 -1 1 6 3 . Subscription rates: $10 per year; $5 per semester. Second class postage paid at U.S. Post Office in Chapel Hill, N.C. 1 I 1 8 CAD Wednesday, January 13. 1971 for real." Before the past two years, UN'C was an unknown in debate circles. In the tournaments they haven't won, the team that beat them wen the tournament. Also, the losses the team sustained were the closest possible ballot splits. However, Clark cautioned that winning debate tournaments was somewhat like playing basketball in the ACC because any team can lose on any given night. Occasionally the team has come up against unfavorable judges who have awarded points to the other side because they didn't like the case being argued. Whether a team debates the affirmative or negative can be a deciding factor in tournaments. This is decided at the beginning of a debate by a coin toss. The affirmative chooses the case. Cully Clark estimates the affirmative side wins about 40 percent of the time. Redlands, the tournament the UNC team won, is considered by Clark to be the most important of the three becmse it was the only one in which both UCLA and So. Cal. participated. Redlands was a tough tournament because the teams were "power matched," that is, winners were matched against winners. Out of eight preliminary Lee Capps, a member of the Inter Fraternity Court (IFC) said he heard an allegation the act was done by pledges of the Kappa Sigma fraternity house, who supposedly presented the head to their Santa Claus at the fraternity's Christmas party. Lee Hickok, president of Kappa Sigma said, "I think it's a lot of bull. I'm sure we didn't do it. It's someone probably making a joke." He went on to suggest it may have been a rival fraternity spreading rumors about Kappa Sigma since there was a good deal of competition between the fraternities before Christmas. The IFC may be asked to conduct their own investigation. 1 1 u.iriMK m jlai-olina. TODAY ONLY 1:20-3:40-6:00-8:30 LAURENCE OLIVIER NRYV 99 G SELL DURIN INTIMATE BOOKSHOP rounds, they dropped only one to Houston. While on tour, the team debated the topic set up this year, "Wage and Price Controls." The breadth of this topic is illustrated by the cases which have been formed around it: oligopoly, bail bond, construction workers, migrant workers, conglomerates and ghetto gouging. A tense moment occurred at Redlands when McGuire and Loveland spent ten minutes thinking they had lost because someone had misinterpreted the ballots. The error was discovered and the team went on to win, 11-1. "iT7TT M asks by Jessica Han char Staff Writer Female Liberation Movement is gathering a petition to send to N.C. Rep. Ike Andrews endorsing Elizabeth Koontz for the position of chancellor of UNC. The petition is a symbolic gesture in response to the "blatant sexist attitude" Andrews represented on WUNC before Christmas, according to Barbara Hannah, member of FLM. "He said the next chancellor of UNC would have to be a man," said Mrs. Hannah. Andrews later retracted the statement. "Mr. Andrews is neither a sexist nor a racist," explained Mrs. Hannah. "But he should not be able to get away with thinking everyone wants a male as the Sxt chancellor." The petition included the names of several men. Female Liberation decided to recommend Mrs. Koontz after looking for n on & You don't need your car while you're cramming for exams, do you? So let Byron Morris and the guys at Import Maintenance Company stop it from running like a heap of junk. The price will probably be better than your grades. n u u EX A Good Prices For Texts Which Will Be Used Again And At Lower Prices Well Even Buy Back Paperbacks & Dropped Textbooks Which Are In Good Condition And Current Editions A V Buying Hours 10 A.M.-10 Coach Clark went on record as saying. -1 have never in my life coached a debater with more dedication coupled with more ability than Joe McGuire and would like to further submit that Joe Loveland's record speaks for itself.' Clark also adds there has "never been a combination of two debaters with as much success in the history of debate." McGuire and Loveland are somewhat more modest about their achievements. They recognize them as important but seem concerned about the lack of funds for debate trips next year. In fact, the West Coast trip was financed by alumni woman a suitable woman replacement. Mrs. Hannah, a Chapel Hill resident, recommended Mrs. Koontz, director of the Woman's Bureau of the Department of Labor. "It's only a symbolic gesture," said another spokeswoman of FLM. "She doesn't know about it and we have no real dreams of having her as chancellor." Mrs. Koontz, a black North Carolina j A representative from the Experiment for International Living will be -at 105 YMCA building from 3-5:30 p.m. today. The Experiment for International Living offers young people the opportunity to live with a family from another country. There are also programs for learning a foreign language and studying abroad. ARLY J L o o o ?0 f DOS uuKdta Al A P.M. Daily During Exams funds rather Legislature. McGuire and Loveland will he going on more trips after exams. McGuire will be going to four and Loveland three. On the roster if money permits will be William and Mury. University of Richmond. University of Georgia. Kings College. Naval Academy. Harvard. Northwestern. Dartmouth and the Heart of America Tournament in Kansas. In addition to Loveland and McGuire. there are 3 dozen other UNC debaters, some of whom will be attending several of these tournaments. woman, is one of the highest ranking women in government service. She is presently serving as a U. S. delegate to the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women. Her work in government was preceded by a distinguished career in education in the state. The native resident of Salisbury taught in the public schools in that city. She was elected president of the Classroom Teachers of the National Education Association in 1965. In addition to eight honorary degrees, Mrs. Koontz received Civitan International's citizen award for North Carolina. 3 0 Q a o n a D Q 0 Q a n u 0 Q D a n D Q D D 0 3 n D o D 0 a n o D 0 Q D KLAfONTE ENTERPRISES presents eei li Lsl n D a CCIC& by DeLuxe Umtsd Artists 1-3-5-7-9 U n 0 D onj chancellor G t . .i N i IMAl Miassiiiietiisi P II TOfilGHT'S SPECIAL 7:30-9:00 P.M. only !4 B B Q Chicken Salad, Veg. & Bread $1.45 A PANT IS A PANT IS A PANT Especially if it comes from Milton's Satellite Give-a-way. Money feast on bell bottoms and dress flares, usually to $25.00-at $5.00. WOW! LOTS AND LOTS OF OTHER BELOW COST BUYS lUKttP YOU n RELAXED DURING EXAMS j MiLYOiSTS CLOTHING CUPBOARD i t i V n n

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