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by Chris Cobbs
Aside from ranking as the best
shooting team in the Atlantic Coast
Conference, Carolina has established itself
as the league's most poised squad.
There was agreement on the latter
point Saturday after the Tar Heels
squeezed by Virginia 75-54.
Coaches Dean Smith of UNC and Bill
Gibson of Virginia both credited Tar Heel
composure with a major role in the
Vol. 79, No. 6
by Doug Hall
The New University Conference
(NUC) in Chapel Hill will sponsor a
Socialist Liberation Festival featuring
several noted spokesmen for leftist groups
March 17-18. .
The festival will commemorate the
100th anniversary on March 18 of the
Paris Commune of 1871, "a milestone in
the development of socialism."
NUC spokesmen said that during the
festival, socialists and interested persons
will gather in Chapel Hill "discuss
or vice presfldeinf
Ray Moretz, a junior from Boone,
ann'qij'nced his candidacy for student
body vice president Sunday as an
In ' announcing his candidacy, Moretz
stressed three major areas of interest the
improvement of residence college life, the
area of student right and educational and
Moretz, a sociology and political
science double major, has served in
Student Legislature and the Residence
As governor of Ehringhaus Residence
College, Moretz has worked for
coeducational living arrangements and for
general improvements in the quality of
residence college living.
"I am interested in working for a
South Campus Mall which would bring
part of Franklin Street to South
Campus," he said. He feels the proposed
mini-union for Chase Cafeteria would be
beneficial to all of South Campus.
Moretz also is in favor of abolishing
the policy of requiring junior transfers to
live on campus and of increasing the
quotas on refrigerators and other
Moretz has also worked with the
Judicial Reform Report. "I believe that a
student has the same rights as any other
citizen and he surrenders none of these
rights by becoming a member of the
academic community, including the right
"Students should have the right to
make the decisions themselves which
affect their own personal lives and no one
else's, including drug usage," he added.
Moretz would like to see education
molded around the individual and for
individual needs. "Higher education is
by Keith Carter
The Graduate and Professional
Student Federation (GPSF) has approved
appointments ' to the three standing
committees established by the graduate
GPSF leaders indicated a small number
of appointments still might be
forthcoming, but those named at the
Senate meeting last week will comprise
the principal membership.
At the meeting, six graduate students
were named to the finance committee,
four to the rules and elections committee
and two to the judiciary committee.
Budget requests for the 1971-72
Student Government Budget are due in
Suite C of the Carolina Union by
midnight Tuesday, it was announced by
Treasurer Guil Waddell Sunday.
In particular, it was Dennis Wuycik's
"cool" that sunk the Cavaliers for the
first time this year in their own
University Hall. Virginia had won nine
Wuycik marred Virginia's perfect
record in Charlottesville by scoring 10 of
his game-high 27 points in the last five
minutes of play. Two times in the final
minute the blond junior went to the foul
line -and the four resulting free throws
doomed the Cavaliers.
Wuycik also spoiled what began as a
glorious day for Gibson. Just prior to
79 Years of Editorial Freedom
ipel Hill, North Carolina, Monday, March 1, 1971
socialism as an alternative to our present
Those attneding will also meet with
groups seeking to build socialism in the
U.S. and "enjoy the music, the theater
and the art of the international socialist
An educational symposium will
feature major addresses, panel discussions
and workshops. Those taking part in the
symposium, as listed by NUC, include:
Dave Meggeysey, former professional
football player for the St. Louis Cardinals
and author of "Out of Their League"; Al
and Margaret McSurely, two former
becoming perverted; a person spends
$10,000 and four years of his life to buy
a diploma," he claimed.
He added that scholarships for the
disadvantaged should be greatly
increased. "I'm the youngest in a family
of 16 children and I understand what it
means to be almost totally reliant on
scholarships to -get through school,"
Moretz is also active in the Orange
County-Chapel Hill Big Brother Program
and attended the Student Leadership
F selects coinminmniite member
Graduate President Walter Baggett said
the small membership of the Judiciary
Committee was because there has been
only a small number of graduate students
brought before student courts in the past.
"In the last five years," he explained,
"we have had only six cases brought
before graduate courts. .This would
indicate two members should be able to
handle the committee duties."
Baggett also revealed he has met with
Student Body President Tommy Bello,
Treasurer Guil Waddell and other Student
Government (SG) officials.
"We found there is a misunderstanding
in two areas," Baggett said. "One is in the
graduate constitution and the other in the
"The GPSF constitution is not easily
read. Consequently many undergraduate
officials who have gotten their
information second-hand have
misunderstood some of the provisions.
Because of this, Joe Austin and Jerry
Harder of the rules and elections
committee will meet with the SG
judiciary, committee to explain our
tipoff Cavalier alumni presented him the
keys to a new Mercury in recognition of
the club's first winning record in 17
When the game was over, Gibson
observed, "I would give back the car
exchange for a win." His club is now
He said the defeat, Virginia's seventh
in ACC play, "was a big loss for us, a
great win for Carolina. It moves them
within one win of the regular season
"We certainly put out all the way and
anti-poverty workers who were arrested
for "attempting to overthrow the
government of Pike County, Ky.," and
convicted of contempt of Congress for
refusing to turn their personal papers over
to the McClellan Committee;
Sol Yurick, author of "The Bag";
Edward Boorstin, former economic
advisor to Fidel Castro and author of
"The Economic Transformation of
Cuba'; Charlene Mitchell, national
chairwoman of the Free Angela Davis
Committee and a 1968 Presidential
candidate of the Communist Party;
Keith Parker, secretary of the
Indianapolis Chapter of the Black Panther
Party, president of the student body at
Indiana University and negotiator of
Peoples Peace Treaty; James Coleman,
member of the executive committee of
International Socialists and a spokesman
for the Gay Liberation Front; .
Ann Froines, organizer of the 1970
May Day demonstrations in New Haven
who accompanied Eldridge Cleaver on a
tour of China, North Vietnam and North
Korea; Dick Levins, worker in the Puerto
Rican Movimiento Pro Independencia and
radical ecology struggles;
John McDermott, former associate
editor of "Viet-Report"; Marcia
Rothenberg, national leader of New
University Conference; Michele Russell,
chairwoman of the NUC Executive
Committee; and Dave Ishfin, president of
the National Student Association.
In addition to the speakers and
workshops, there will be a series of films
during the festival, including "79
Springtimes," a biography of Ho Chi
Minn, and 'Ten Days That Shook the
NUC said that local rock bands will
provide music for dancing, and other
groups will present music from socialist
countries and the songs of revolutionary
struggles from around the world.
Robert. Wilson, a sophomore from
Charlotte, announced Sunday his
candidacy for chairman of the Residence
College Federation (RCF).
"Changes in dorm living cannot and
will not proceed without student input,"
the political science and sociology major
said. "Part of the function of the
Residence College Federation is to
organize student proposals for change and
provide the input."
Wilson cited room space, Physical
constitution and by-laws," Baggett said.
The graduate president also said the
separation of the graduate students from
SG would necessitate an amendment to
the undergraduate constitution.
"Student Legislature (SL) has had
information outlining the changes they
must make in their constitution since
December," Baggett said, "but they have
done nothing about it."
Baggett indicated misunderstanding
has also come about in the area of the
"Many people seem to think we want
to cut out the funding of all
organizations," Baggett said. "But it is
not true we will totally withdraw support
from undergraduate programs. We will
simply have some say of what happens to
our funds, which we have not had in the
Graduate finance committee Chairman
Ralph Steuer has been asked to work
with SL finance Chairman Robert Grady
to set up joint budget hearings. Baggett
said. . - , . -
"Carolina has the best group of feeders
(passers) in the league, however, and they
gave us a hard timel
. "They're the most poised team in this
conference, too, 111 tell you that."
Extending its ACC mark to 10-2 and
its overall record to 19-4, Carolina got
double figure scoring from three starters.
Trailing Wuycik, who made nine of 1 1
field goals and all nine of his free throws,
were forward Bill Chamberlain with 18
points and center Lee Dedmon with 17.
Founded February 23, 1893
I thought our zone defense did
An enthusiastic basketball tan in Granville Towers painted this appropriate
mural on, the bottom of the Granville swimming pool the other night. Look for him
somewhere in Carmichael Auditorium Wednesday night when the Tar Heels take on
N.C. State. A Tar Heel victory will clinch the ACC regular season championship for
Coach Dean Smith's squad. (Staff photo by Johnny Lindahl)
Plant restrictions, women's dormitory
rent and coed living facilities as targets of
; "I wish to work closely with
SEARCH, the group now doing scientific
study on the utilization of room and
dorm space at UNC," he said. "With the
RCF and the Department of Residence
Life, we must work to implement
SEARCH'S suggested improvements."
Wilson also claimed the isolation and
independence of the Physical Plant
"The things we want and feel
worthwhile we will support,"
The GPSF President repeatedly
expressed a desire to work out problems
amicably with a cooperative effort.
"I see these problems more as a
misunderstanding of the graduate
position," Baggett said.' "We will make
every effort to maintain friendly relations
with the undergraduates."
He disagreed with those who contend
two student presidents will weaken the
student body voice.
"The undergraduate president will
now have a group of people solidly
behind him when he speaks out on issues,
rather than having 30 percent of the
people who don't care or are not
interested," Baggett explained.
"A majority of the president's stands
have not been taken on issues of interest
to graduate students." he said. "And
there are many of our interests which he
does not even know about.":
Chamberlain and Dedrccn shot almost
as well as Wuycik, who happens to lead
the country in field goal percentage and
ranks very near the top from the foul
line. The entire squad, as a matter of fact,
had an above average day, canning 61.2
per cent from the floor.
While the Tar Heels were about eight
percentage points above their norm,
Virginia had an ordinary day, shooting
44.6 for the game.
Sophomore Barry Parkhill, who is a
little taller and perhaps a little more
deadly with his jump shot than South
Carolina's heralded John Roche, fired in
23 points and controlled the Cavalier
offense, much like Roche.
He got help from hulking senior Bill
Gerry and lightly-regarded Tim Rash.
Gerry muscled in 19 points while Rash
hit seven of seven shots in the second half
and wound up with 18.
Virginia never let the Tar Heels get out
of range although the Cavaliers trailed by
seven at the half.
Gibson's charges forged a 60-59 lead
with 7:06 remaining in the contest when
prevents or delays desired and innovative
changes to dormitory life.
'The control over room modification
and decoration should be transferred
from the Physical Plant to the
Department of Residence Life," he said.
'This change in power would lead us
away from the 'indestructible' building
and toward the 'liveable' dorm."
According to Wilson, women now pay
about $35 more for a semester's room
rent than do men partly because of a
required, full-time housemother for each
"This expensive system should be
phased out and replaced by a full-time
residence director and a part-time
residence director," Wilson offered. 'This
would equalize the burden of cost
between men and women."
Wilson is presently governor of
Morrison Residence College and has
worked on the Student Health and
The national office re-instated their
charter and Delta Sig initiated five
pledges Feb. 14 in Carroll Hall. The
national executive director, the regional
director and the district director for east
Tennessee helped in the initiation. Some
members of the Virginia Polytechnic
Institute Delta Sigma Pi composed the
ritual team for initiation.
Delta Sig is now open to any declared
major in business, economics, industrial
relations, accounting or a closely related
field. A rush meeting will beheld tonight
at 7:30 p.m. in the third floor faculty
lounge of Carroll Hall.
Parkfcia dropped in a pair of free throws.
The Cavs retained their lead for about
three minutes, but then Carolina
regrouped, got the upper hand on two
Wuycik free throws and sukd into its
Dedmon snuck free for a couple of
easy inside shots to put the Tar Heels up
71-69 at the 1:53 mark. Then Wuycik
made a pair from the line with 1:10 to
go, got a layup half a minute later and
iced things with another two foul shots
with nine seconds remaining.
Smith was lavish in his praise for
Virginia, terming the Cavaliers an
excellent team, especially at home, but he
reserved some applause for his own
"We've played as well in blue as in
white this year and we've won the close
ones, which you have to do to have a
great season," he pointed out. "We didn't
lose our poise and we did something no
other team has done win in
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The junior transfer housing policy will
be the subject today at a meeting of
junior class officers and Director of
Residence Life Robert Kepner.
According to Junior Class President
Lee Hood Capps, a resolution to abolish
housing restrictions for junior transfers
will be presented to Kepner along with
signed petitions supporting the bill.
"There are indications that the final
decision on that policy will be made at
the meeting," Capps said. "If a policy
change is made, it will go into effect
immediately with the final approval of
The resolution cites dormitory
inconveniences such as noise, expense,
marginal student orientation into campus
life and discriminatory requirements as
positive proof that the requirements
should be abolished.
Capps said the circulating petitions
had met with almost unanimous approval
from junior transfer students and were
signed by Student Body President Tom
Bello alono with other student leaders.
"The resolution also has the
unanimous backing of the Residence
College Federation, Student Legislature
and the Committee of University
Residence Life (CURL)," Capps claimed.
"If the resolution is accepted, it will
mean that incoming transfers and
enrolled spring junior transfers will have
the option of accepting University
housing or town housing."
Before a new policy can be
implemented, Kepner must offer a
recommendation to Chancellor J. Carlyle
Sitterson for approval.
Other student representatives expected
to be present at the meeting at 4 p.m. are
Cecil Miller, junior class vice president;
Nadine Baddour, junior class secretary;
Billy Latham, junior class treasurer; Men's
Residence College spokesmen; and CURL
Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity has
started a new chapter at UNC after
splitting last fall and forming Delta Tau
Delta (DTD) social fraternity.
Larry Giles, Delta Sigma Pi president,
explained the process leading up toh
split and reorganization. '
"Delta Sigma Pi (Delta Sig) had been
operating as a social fraternity for some
time when they decided last spring to
re-affiliate with DTD. 1 W3S the only
brother to vote against the change," he
Giles held a Delta Sig rush meeting last
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