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junior class officers
by Doug Hall
The junior class officers are working to
change the University policy .that
requires junior transfer students to live in
University housing during the first year of
Hood Cpps, junior class
prerT J - said Sunday the officers are
plau.i to meet with administrative
personnel and circulate a petition among
the 962 junior transfers presently on
The petition will be sent to the
director of Residence Life, the deans of
men and women and the dean of Student
Affairs, Capps said.
'The junior transfer students are a
To fight retardation
by Steve Calos
Carey S. Fendley, executive director
of the North Carolina Association for
retarded Children, Inc., has appealed to
UNC students to lead the revivial of the
Chapel Hill chapter of the organization.
Since "only, one or two people have
been carrying the entire load in the
community," the task of training
retarded youths and acquainting the
public with their plight "has suffered very
A public discussion of ways to revive
public interest in the program for
retarded youths in Orange County will be
held Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Wesley
UNC students could be instrumental,
according to Fendley, in such activities as
interviews this weel
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prospective mpjoyee. : interviews this
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Interested students shoutf stop by the
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Peabody Hall to sign up tor an interview
The school systems and interview
dates include: Kinston City Schools,
Kinston, Monday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.;
Richmond Public Schools, Richmond,
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Monday, February 22. 1971
minority group that is being
discriminated against," Capps said. "They
have a powerless base. We hope to change
their housing requirements to those of
Capps said the class officers are not
'trying to take a thousand students out
of the residence halls. We just want them
to have the choice between private and
In a memorandum to Robert Kepner,
director of Residence Life, Capps listed
six reasons for abolishing ihe one-year
Other junior students are not
required to live in University housing.
Dormitory life is only a "marginal
way to orient a student to UNC, its
opportunities and functions."
the manning of an activity center for
retarded children, sponsoring parties and
picnics, tutoring, baby sitting, doing
office work or "just being 'big brothers
and sisters' for these kids."
"Students who do volunteer work at
the Murdock Center could do a lot of
good locally," said Fendley.
"Publicity-acquainting people with
factual information about retarded
children in Chapel Hill as well as
information about the goals of our
organization" is the chief area in which
members of the local academic
community "can provide direct help,"
maintained Mrs. Phyllis Green, president
of the Orange County Association of
"We've been growing in 'on the books'
membership," she continued, "but we
just have not had enough people to
actually do any work."
Va., Monday 1-4:30 p.m.; and Tuesday, 9
a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Tulsa City Schools,
Tulsa, Okla., Wednesday from 2 to 8 p.m.
Also sending representatives will be
Alexandria City Schools, Alexandria, Va.,
Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Harford
County Schools, Bel Air, Md.,
Wednesday, 2-8 p.m.; Berea City School
District, Berea, Ohio, Thursday; and
Shaker Heights City Schools, Shaker
Heights, Ohio, Thursday.
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Noise in dorms exceeds that of
private or apartment living.
Junior transfers "have already
experienced two years of 'college dorm
life' and the 2 1 -year-old junior transfer
can live off campus and so can married
students. The current policy is too
discriminating against the young single
With the rising expense of
dormitories, it is more economical to live
in an apartment.
The junior transfers from within the
Consolidated University network have
fulfilled the UNC housing requirement of
The University's present housing
policy states sophomore and junior
transfers must live in University housing,
"The energy and ideas of students at
the University might be what it takes to
get this organization going again," she
Mrs. Green, who has been acting
president since her term as president
ended because "no one wanted to be a
leader," attributes the lack of local
activity to several factors that are factsof
life in any acadmeic community.
"Professional people seldom find time
to do any work other than make
speeches," saidMrs. Green. "Also there is
a great deal of mobility here. Some
people who want to help aren't here long
In support of this last contention, she
mentioned a former president and the last
treasurer of the local organization who
left Chapel Hill to assume positions in
Another problem, according to Mrs.
Green, is the "Orange County Association
for Retarded Children has a history of
being a parents organization. I am not the
parent of a retarded child, but most
people show little interest in retarded
children unless a member of their
immediate family is retarded.
"Many parents of retarded children are
indigent, and some are retarded
"Previous appeals have produced some
people who would work, but no one who
wanted-to lead,": related Mrs. Green. ; ;
She urged UNC students to attent the
Tuesday meeting and to spearhead the
efforts of retarded children in Chapel Hill
to achieve their maximum degree of
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which includes fraternities, sororities,
Granville Towers, and the University's
own dormitories, throughout their first
year of enrollment. The policy also
"This policy reflects the fact that the
University's residence halls carry a
bonded indebtedness which, along with
all operating expenses, must be paid form
rents charged for rooms, since the state
does not appropriate funds for the
support of University residence halls."
Mary Valier, president of the
Assocaition of Women Students (AWS),
said she does not think the policy should
be a financial consideration.
But, she said, many women junior
transfers come from "very sheltered girls
schools" and are not ready to live " on
"I feel it necessary to have girls living
on campus for one semester to become
oriented to the University," Miss Valier
said. "But I do not think a whole year is
Mark Evans, co-chairman of the
Residence College Federation (RCF), said
he agrees "wholeheartedly" with Capps"
"When junior transfers come here,
they are already oriented to university
life," he said. "They understand their
responsibilities better. They don't need to
be oriented to the campus." Evans said
he also favors abolishing the requirement
that sophomores live on campus. "But I
guess the freshmen need a year to be
oriented to the University," he said.
The Chapel Hill Board of Adjustment
has voted unanimously to deny Kenan Oil
Company a special use permit for a
10-pump self-service gas pavilion on
RCF to meet
The Men's Residence Council (MRC)
and the Association of Women Students
(AWS) will meet at 6:30 p.m. today in
the Carolina Union to pick up copies of
proposed amendments to the Residence
College Federation (RCF). -
MRC and -; AWS ' will fvote. on ? the
amendments, which - provide for,, a
camp us-wide election of the RCF
chairman, Marwh 8.
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"Sex is the number one problem on
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Is the above the philosophy of a
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Carolina Union tonight and Tuesday at 9
Board Chariman Warren Hausler
declined comment on the group's
saying that his "discussion
might put the ruling in jeopardy.
A statement from the board said the
special use request was denied on the
basis of three points in the special use
requirements -the gas pumps would
seriously affect public health and safety,
would not constitute a public necessity
and would not be in harmony with the
plan for development of the area.
June Mallard, vice president and
general manager of Kenan, said the
company is studying the board's action
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The topics of Jones discussion will be
"God Isn't Down on Sex" and THe
Jones was bom July 1, 1943, in
Cambridge, ar.d graduated from Wheaton
College in Illinois with a B.S. in
After graduation, he joined the staff of
the Campus Crusade for Christ and has
served at the University of Texas, and
Georgia Tech and as a director in
Pennsylvania and South Carolina.
Jones explained the two prevailing
philosphies on sex: "People have gross
ideas about what sex is about. They go to
two extremes: the playboy philosophy (if
you're hungry, eat a meal; if you're
sexually hungry, satisfy that desire too)
and the idea God's and the puritan
viewpoint on sex are the same."
About dating, Jones cited the criteria
for success, 'Today the barometer on a
date is how far you got and how fast you
got there. You go out for a show, coke
and sex, and if you're pressed for time,
you cut out the Coke."
Jones rektes this to Christian marriage
and worries about what effect the "braille
system" of getting to know one another
will have on enduring relationships.
Jones will explain the Christian
viewpoint concerning sex and his
Lnterpretation of God's viewpoint during
publicly opposed the gas pavilion, could
not be reached for comment.
The Board of Adjustment's action
came after the Town Planning Board
recommended Feb. 2 that the permit be
' Shortly after the Planning Board's
recommendation, Mallard said the gas
pavilion would be safer and more
attractive than the location's present
station, Gardner Motor and Tire Co., 1 1 2
W. Franklin St.
Mallard added the new gas station is
needed in Chapel Hill because of the
tremendous increase in cars and people
since the station was built in 1938, ,
a-, Kenan: had -.planned to level the
Gardner station and the Quik Food Mart
to install the self-service gas pumps.
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