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by Doug Hall
Student input will play a major role
in determining whether Hinton James
dormitory becomes coeducational next
fall, Robert Kepner, director of
Residence Life, said Monday.
Meeting with students at James
Monday night, Kepner said he will
schedule meetings with North Campus
Vol. 78, No. 96
by Lou Bonds
The University will not aid East
Carolina University in obtaining funds
from the General Assembly for a plan
that would have the UNC Medical School
accommodate students from a proposed
two-year ECU medical school.
Consolidated University President
William C. Friday told ECU President Leo
Jenkins in a recent letter that the
University is commited to expanding its
own medical school and is considering a
plan to put first-year medical students at
the N.C. State campus in Raleigh.
Friday's message was in reply to a
request from ECU that third- and
fourth-year medical students, upon
University won t prosecute on
by Bob Chapman
,r T,r, staff Writer .
Charges of passing bad checks to
Student Stores are being dropped for four
UNC students by the administration.
The move came after two student
members of "the Student-Faculty Stores
Committee met with Chancellor J.
Carlyle Sitterson Monday.
Sitterson said he wished to insure
by Mark Shapiro
The Invisible University of North
Carolina (IUNC) basketball game in
Carmichael Auditorium will be held after
being cancelled due to the complaint that
IUNC was not a student group.
Following an open letter by Nyle
Frank to Dean of Student Affairs CO.
Campus organizations seeking Student
Government funds for the fiscal year
1971-72 may pick up necessary forms at
the SG reception desk in Suite C of the
Carolina Union immediately.
Student Body Treasurer Guil Waddell
announced Tuesday such requests should
be submitted no later than March 2.
Concerning the distribution of
graduate student fees, Waddell
copmented, "Unless legislature deems
otherwise I am processing the budget as if
under normal conditions."
Student Legislature will appropriate
more than $250,000 in student funds to
various campus activities this spring.
by Mark Shapiro
COLLEGE PARK, Md.-Lefty Driesell has
never beaten a team coached by Dean Smith, and
he has been boiling about this losing streak since
his Davidson years.
And when Lefty boils, his team gets the
message. So Maryland, a 105-79 loser to Carolina
in Chapel Hill last month, and a 13,000-plus crowd
in Cole Field House will do their best to entertain
the Tar Heels at 8 p.m. tonight.
Maryland cruised through an early schedule
more suited for Maryland State, but the Terps
haye run into trouble with ACC opponents. They
residents and make a survey of Morrison
residents during the next few weeks.
"If Hinton James is converted to coed
housing, some people, especially North
Campus women, would have to be
moved," Kepner said. "We must meet
with North Campus students to
determine their feelings."
Kepner said a survey will be conducted
in Morrison this weel to determine what
students think of their living facilities.
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Chapel Hill, North Carolina,
graduation from the proposed ECU
two-year medical school, would be
accepted at UNCs medical school for
completion of their studies.
ECU has requested the N.C. General
Assembly to appropriate funds for the
proposed medical school but recent
developments in Raleigh indicate the
medical school will not be approved by
ECU'S request for a collaborative
arrangement with UNC was hoped to
enhance the possibility for appropriation
of the medical school funds. One of the
major arguments against the proposal is
that, after students complete their two
years of schooling at ECU, they will be
unable to get in one of the other medical
schools in the state to complete their
responsibility on the part of students and
,atthe samel time -insure fairness t.to
Members of the Stores Committee met
Tuesday to discuss a change in the policy
dealing with bad checks. A revised policy
was tentatively accepted and will be
released today by Committee Chairman
J. A. Branch, executive director of
Auxiliary Enterprises and Services.
Cathey Chancellor J. Carlyle Sitterson
and the Student Body, IUNC has been
reclassified as a student group.
The game, billed as "Championship
Invisible Basketball at Its Finest," is
scheduled tonight at 7:30 p.m. and pits
the IUNC team against the always tough
Devil May Care 70 (DMC).
IUNC will be led by Dick Grubar, Jim
Delany and Nyle Frank, while playing for
DMC will be Judge Mattocks and Rusty
Clark. Also playing for DMC will be
several former Chapel Hill High School
stars now attending the University.
Admission is free and Frank says no
distinction will be made between
spectators and participants.
Students are invited to come either as
players, coaches, referees, water boys,
spectators or anything else they wish.
Frank asks each to "bring lots of jam to
make sure our stadium is jam-packed."
Frank also promises his famous
behind-the-back shot from, the mid-court
circle and predicts a score of IUNC
95-DMC 76.- To witness these events
reporters from Sports Illustrated, Time,
Life, Look, Newsweek, Sporting News
and Sport magazines have been invited.
IUNC won back its classification as a
student organization after it reorganized
and named Barrett Joyner, a UNC
student, as its chief executive.
have lost four of their last five, the streak starting
in Chapel Hill and relieved only by an 88-79 win at
The Blue Devils avenged that defeat by three
points at Maryland Saturday.
- Although the Terps are apparently going
nowhere this season, Driesell loses no one of
consequence and picks up five of the best
freshmen in the country, including Tom McMillen,
They will join the present starters: guards
Howard White and Jim O'Brien, center Sparky
Still and forwards Charley Blank and Barry Yates.
White picked up 24 points on outside bombs at
Chapel Hill, but Dick DeVenzio defended him well
"In deciding whether James should be
coed, you have to look at Morrison and
see whether it has been a successful
venture, he said.
Kepner said he feels the Morrison
living situation "worked out well" on
most of the floors. But Morrison has the
highest level of vacancies for the spring
semester of all women's residence halls,
James has the highest level of
Wednesday, February 17, 1971
training because of overenrollment at
Jenkins made his plea to Friday in the
hope that UNC would request funds from
the Assembly that would give the -graduates
of ECU a place to go after their
In his letter, Friday told Jenkins that
"We do not see the immediate availability
of the essential and rather large federal
funding that would be required to match
state appropriations to engage in
additional substantial plant expansion
beyond that already authorized for the
medical school here."
According to a report in the Charlotte
Observer Tuesday, tentative plans to
establish a collaborative arrangement with
N.C. State are due to be discussed later :
"I am very pleased, of course," the
Chancellor commented. . VI look, forward 4
to seeing it." ,
Revision was called for after the old
policy of sending three notices came
under fire by LaTour. According to his
investigation of six of the 10 students
charged with willfully writing checks with
the knowledge of insufficient funds, half
had received no notice from the Student
Stores, while three received only one
The new policy, said by -committee
members to be more effective than the
old, will be submitted as a
recommendation to the Chancellor soon.
Tom Shetley, general manager of the
Student Stores, reported the problem
with bad checks has been very high this
year. He said some $3,342.98 worth of
bad checks were on hand as of Jan. 29,
many from former students. Shetley
added $475.87 in bad checks have
already been written off as a loss for
by Jim Reed
Special to the DTH
(Editor's Note: Jim Reed is a member
of a prominent fraternity on campus who
has done an extensive amount of research
on the fraternity way of life at UNC. This
article, the fourth in a series, concerns the
question of integration in fraternities. )
A major issue as far as the personnel of
fraternities is concerned is the question of
If one is realistic at all, the conclusion
is that integration is a rninimal
proposition as long as American society
retains its present structure. The only
way to make it possible for a significant
number of blacks to join a fraternity
would be to expand the fraternity
This could be done by utilizinng the
Saturday and Steve Previs and George Karl will get
the job tonight.
A tougher problem is the 6-7 O'Brien, whose
ballhandling and fancy passing match the smaller
guards. He is always a threat to drive and could be
one of the top scorers, rebounders and assist men
in the league.
Yates is dangerous when shooting well, but
didn't hurt UNC in the first meeting. One of the
biggest disappointments in the conference has
been Still, unable to recover completely from a
Darrell Brown, a 6-5 forward, and quick guard
Bob Bodell are Lefty's top reserves. Like White,
O'Brien and Yates, they're sophomores too.
vacancies among the men's dormitories,
he said. Kepner added that James is the
men's residence hall farthest from
campus, and Morrison is the farthest
woman's residence halL
The long distance to main campus is
the main reason many women have
moved out of Morrison, said Rebecca
King, a Morrison resident who spoke at
Charlie Miller, governor of James
Founded February 23, 1893
this week by the State Board of Higher
President Friday said Tuesday that the
plan was not an attempt at discrimination
"We (the University) have been
working on a plan to expand the current
facilities of the UNC Medical School for
some time now," Friday said. "Our plans
presently include accelerating the size of
the school from 100 enrollments now to
1 10 by next September.
"Secondly, we plan to accelerate the
size from 110 to 120 enrollments by the
following September," he added.
The renovation would cost $3 million
and would be the first step toward an
eventual expansion to 200 students.
Friday said the reasons for preferring
the plan with N.C. State was the
operation of medical programs on that
campus in the past.
"For more than 15 years there have
been medically oriented programs
operated at State," Friday offered. "We
are examining alternatives to see if it
would be possible to expand the medical
school program within the Consolidated
University family if it is economically
While Friday did not rule out eventual
UNC-ECU cooperation, he made it clear
that the University's schedule for
improvement might not fit in with ECU's
push for a school ready for students in
the fall of 1972. '
"The possibility exists in the future,"
Friday wrote Jenkins, "for developing
similar collaborative relationships with
other institutions outside our structure."
Friday outlined the proposed
collaborative program with State in a
four-year plan. First-year medical
students would attend the program at
State and would complete their second
and third years at the medical school I
Their fourth year would involve
studies and training in hospitals in the
North Carolina area.
Friday denied reports that the move
was intended to establish a new medical
school rather than an expansion. "I have
to work within the system," he said.
'Then this would be open to other
quasi-member status. Yet, the major
problem is that fraternities are a white
middle-class institution. Until the fabric
of society changes, the only viable way
blacks can relate to fraternities is to form
Most attempts at this on a national
basis have been relatively fruitless. This is
due mainly to lack of workable capital
and the fact that there are so few blacks
in universities to begin with. Thus, the
question of integrated fraternities will
remain unresolved until there are basic
changes in American society.
A question related to that of
integration is Whether fraternities should
look inward to solve their problems or
turn to the community around them for
Projects along this line range from
Delta Upsilon's clean-up day in Carrboro
& to mm
Leading the Tar Heels into Lefiv-lalid will be
suddenly overpowering Lee Dedmon. He
dominated both games of the " North-South
doubleheader in Charlotte this weekend, getting
27 rebounds and shutting off Georgia Tech's Rich
Yunkus and Clemson's Dave AngeL
Dedmon's shot is as unstoppable as it is
predictable, and teammates rate "Leaping Lee"
one of the finest passers on a remarkable unselfish
Dennis Wuycik, the leading Tar Heel scorer
with 19.3 a game, and Bill Chamberlain, averaging
12.8, should team with Dedmon for Carolina
ownership of the backboards.
And with Previs.-and Karl roaming on the
perimeters, White and O'Brien may not be able to
Residence College, said the Residence
College Federation is working for free bus
service for South Campus. This might
alleviate the problem of location," he
Kepner said another aspect to be
considered with respect to making James
coed is what effect it wHl have on the
residence college and James residents.
"We have to look at James to see
whether it would be a desirable change
for the dormitory," he said. "My personal
opinion is that it is desirable-that
coeducational living provides a good,
Several James residents voiced their
reasons at the meeting for wanting James
converted to a coed dormitory.
There is nothing good about an
all -male living situation," said Mike
McClure of 537 James. The thought of
living down here all the time with all
males is pretty dismal"
Lawrence Hooper of 536 James, vice
president of the dorm's fifth floor, said it
is very difficult for men at James to get
dates and to meet women.
There are so many guys that don't
have dates on the weekends," Hooper
said. "Maybe the Board of Trustees
wouldn't think that this is a good enough
reason for converting James, but dates are
important to the men out here."
Tom Holt of 536 James, academic
lieutenant governor of James, said
residents of Joyner, James's sister dorm,
are supposed to participate in James
"But it hasn't worked out that way,"
Holt said. The girls from Joyner have
not attended our activities in large
Vocal ensemble set
for prep students
by Lana Starnes
The seventh semi-annual Institute for High School Small Vocal Ensembles, a
project in choral music education sponsored by the Carolina Choir, will be
presented today from 8:30 &sn. to 3:30 pan.
The theme, of the program is The Humanities through Music" with music being
sung from the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
Approximately 1,000 students from 32 high schools across the state will attend.
Sixteen ensembles, chosen at random, will perform individually.
Dr. Lara Hoggard, Kenan professor of music and director of the Carolina Choir,
said Monday the balcony of Memorial Hail would be empty all day today and
students would be more than welcome to come, listen to the music and stay as long
as they like.
Ensemble performances are: 9:15 Hillside High, Durham; 9:20-Sanderson
High, Raleigh; 9:30-Albermarle High; 9:35-East Forsyth High, Kernersville;
9:40 Southeast Guilford High, Greensboro;
10:15 East Forsyth High, Kernersville; 10:20 Smith High, ""Greensboro;
10: 25 -Person High, Roxboro; 10:30-Hoke High, Raeford; 10:35-Rockingham
High; 10:40-Jordan High, Durham; 10:45-Enloe High, Raleigh; 10:50-Cabarrus
County High, Concord; 10:55-Broughton High, Raleigh; and 11 -Franklin High,
The choir and the combined ensembles will rehearse with Hoggard from 1 to 2
pan. Beginning at 2:15 the choir, combined ensembles and the UNC Brass
Ensemble will present music from the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
The music to be presented includes: "Gloria Patri" and Tria Responsoria" by
Palestrina; "In dulci jubilo" by Praetorius; "Crucifixus" by Lotti; "Exultate Deo"
by Scarlatti; "Psalm 150" by Schutz; and "Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied" by
Added to the seven on-campus North Carolina Institute for Small Vocal
Ensembles held during the past four years, registration figures show the Carolina
Choir has helped Hoggard to instruct more than 14,000 young North Carolinians in
choral art and musicianship.
Hoggard and the Carolina Choir will present the Sixth North Carolina Regional
Clinic for High School Choirs on Thursday, March 25, in Albermarle. The all-day
event will be sponsored by the Music Department of Albemarle High School.
The next campus appearance of the choir will be the concluding concert for the
UNC Fine Arts Festival, Sunday, April 18, at 5 p.m. in Memorial Hall. The UNC
Brass Ensemble and the Franklin Boys Choir of Mount Airy will assist the Choir in
to Pi Kappa Phi's recreation programs in
Carrboro. Although these programs are
effective, fraternities often are criticized
for lack of having enduring services. They
seem to lack any year-to-year
Two proposals exposed appear to be
of a more long-lasting nature. The first
suggestion was made by Dick Robinson
of St. Anthony Hall whereby workshops
would be set up in fraternities.
For example, a mechanics course
could be set up that would be open to
both members and non-members. Net
only does this provide a service for
students, but it also brings non-members
and brothers into constant contact.
Perhaps this would shatter some of the
aforementioned myths about fraternities.
The second proposal made was by a
member of Chi Psi. This program would
numbers. We need some ether kind of
Steve Coggir.s of 720 James said, "You
just get tired of seeing your own gender
just flowing around."
A senior woman resident of Project
Hinton said she has experienced a little
less privacy since moving to James, but
she has learned a lot about people.
"You get a better understanding of
males as people-not as just a date," she
said. "I now have some males for friends,
people that I cm talk to. The
co-educational living situation has been
valuable to me."
Kepner was pleased by the response of
those at the meeting. "You have
indicated your position very well to me,"
he said. The arguments in favor .of the
conversion of James to a coed living unit
are good, strong ones."
A decision concerning James must be
made in two or three weeks, Kepner said.
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in Lower Quad
Steve Saunders, governor of Morehesd
Residence College, has announced that
refrigerator permits for the Lower Quad
dorms will be available Thursday rJht.
Saunders said two permits per floor
are to be issued in the social room of
Stacy, beginning at 7 p jn.
These permits are in addition to those
which were given out Tuesday niht.
furnish detailed information on
undergraduate courses. Once again the
student body and members of a fraternity
would come into much-needed contact.
These programs are not profound
change-the-world programs, but they do
provide much-needed services for the
community. Perhaps an extesnive
examination of the manner in which they
organize and implement these programs
would be of great value to the fraternity
The "turning inward" solution also
deserves some mention at this point.
Fraternities must be introspective. Yet,
just examining their problems will not
suffice. Introspection is merely the first
step towards solving their problems.
Fraternities must implement their ideas
gleaned through introspection and put
them towards constructive goals.
penetrate any better than they did in Chapel Hill.
Smith's most awesome muscle-flexing of the
season came Friday night in Charlotte, when he
jerked his starting five and put in Kim Huband,
Craig Corson, Dave Chadwick, Donn Jhnston and
The "substitutes" tied the g3me up and set the
stage for a 28-point romp.
Carolina should win its ninth conference game
tonight, but the pressure of the road, a better
night from O'Brien and those Lefty "V" signs may
After all, Driesell has had Smith squarely in the
center of his dart board for at least four years. He
hasn't hit the target yet, but the old encyclopedia
peddler doesn't know when to quit.
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