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by Lana S tames
Three health service consultants have
been asked to make a comprehensive
survey of the UNC student health
program by Chancellor J. Carlyle
The panel, composed of Dr. John P.
Curtis, Joseph Axelrod and Dr. Addie L.
Klotz, will be on campus conducting their
investigation March 8, 9 and 10.
Vol. 79, No. 7
by Jessica Hanchar
A symposium on educational
reform today and Wednesday in the
Carolina Union will bring together
students and faculty "to see what
can be done to improve teaching
methods on campus."
The symposium is sponsored by
Jim Parker, a sophomore business administration major from Goldsboro, has
announced his candidacy for vice president of the UNC student body.
A Morehead scholar, Parker is a member of the Student Legislature (SL) and
chairman of the Ways and Means Committee of SL.
"As vice president, I would like to 2J5i:s
instill a spirit of cooperation between the
Legislature and executive branches of
Student Government," Parker said.
"I wish to make it clear I am running
as a real independent," he said, "and I am
not affiliated with any presidential
candidate nor the 'so-called Suite C elite.
I run independent because, if elected, I
feel I will be able to work effectively with
the presidential winner.
"If elected, I hope to be a fair and
objective speaker of the Legislature,"
r.The vice presidential candidate
criticized University services, especially
the Student Stores, for exploiting
students. "Students are receiving low
quality goods and services for high prices.
Student Government needs to organize an
effective voice to rectify this situation,"
"What Student Government needs
most," he said, "are responsible leaders
stand up and work for
by Evans Witt
A federal court suit charging the
Camelot Apartments with racial
discrimination has been settled without a
In a consent judgment filed last week,
Frederick C. Patten, a student in the
Center for Regional and Urban Studies,
agreed to accept a permanent injunction
against Morris Schultz, the apartment
Curtis, who heads the team, is an
alumnus of UNC and served his residence
at N.C. Memorial Hospital in psychiatry.
He served as director of Student Health
Services at the University of Kentucky,
which has a medical complex comparable
to the one here. At present, Curtis is
director of Student Health Service at the
University of Georgia where he is
involved in a new student health center
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is tough being King of the Universe.
the Association of Women Students
Two members of the National
Training Laboratory in Washington,
D.C. will be working with the
faculty and students on new
teaching methods and new
curriculum. Walter Sikes and James
Shultz will be using
manager, and $500 in damages in lieu of a
Schultz denied any violation of any
federal law in his operation of the
apartments but did agree to the consent
The injunction enjoins Schultz from
perpetrating any type of racial or
religious discrimination as detailed in the
Another section of the judgment
requires that the next apartment available
in the 114 unit complex be made
Axelrod, also a UNC alumnus, is a
professional health administrator. He
serves as director of Health Services
Harming for Yale University. Klotz is a
physician from Case Western Reserve
University, specializing in preventative
medicine. She is director of Student
Health Serivces at San Fernando College
in California. The health service she heads
serves some 25,000 students.
(Staff photo by Johnny Lindahl)
"micro-classroom situations' in
their lab techniques, according to
Diane Gooch, chairman of the
The symposium was organized
because a group of students and
faculty were disturbed about the
quality of educaiton at UNC.
"They wanted to develop ideas of
improving classroom learning and
make it as good as it could be," she
The schedule of events begins
today at 10 a.m. with "Ways of
Getting Learning Groups Started."
The program continues at 1:30
with "Small Group Process and the
Laboratory Method." "Principles,
Possiblities and Problems in
Experience- Based Learning" will
be discussed at 7 p.m.
Participants in the program will
be experimenting with the
laboratory techniques to show how
they can be used in the classroom
Wednesday at 10 a.m. The
experiments will be both verbal and
A -"Clinic on Educational
Innovation" at 1:30 Wednesday
dies in Scotland
A graduate of the University of North
Carolina fell to his death Saturday while
on a climbing expedition in the
mountains of northwest Scotland.
J. Lawrence Whitfield, who graduated
from the University with a double major
in English and psychology and was a
member of Phi Beta Kappa, was
descending from the mountain when the
His father is James Whitfield, business
editor of the Raleigh News and Observer.
available to Patten, if he desires to
occupy the apartment.
The Kavanau Real Estate Trust, the
owners of the apartments, were dropped
from the suit as defendants by the
consent of both parties.
The seven-part injunction against
Schultz restrains him from any other
form of discrimination in the renting or
other operation of the apartments on the
basis of race, color, religion or national
The panel is charged with the task of
investigating the entire health service
Program-past, present and future. It wl
evaluate the present student Infirmary,
make recommendations for further
direction of the program and
recommendations for facilities that will
be needed to accomplish the program
Data on UNC enrollment and staffing,
organizational plans and two reports by
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by Bob Chapman
A liberalized policy on junior transfer
housing will contain "considerably
"greater latitude" than the present policy
jsaid Director of Residence Life Robert
? Kepner made the statement in
: response -to a group of students
I supporting a new policy whom he met
Monday afternoon. Junior Class President
vLee Capps said after the meeting he was
I only "slightly encouraged" by Kepner's
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Kepner explained to . the students he
; thought the basic policy should remain as
it is, but it should be liberalized
somewhat to allow more junior transfer
students to live off-campus. 1, .
will demonstrate things being done
on other campuses and suggest
some methods for UNC.
"Faculty are expecially invited
to come to any part of the
symposium an4 see what methods
they can use in their own
classrooms," encouraged Miss
The program is on a continuing
basis, but any one can attend any
Of The Daily
Joe Waldo, a junior transfer from
Raleigh, filed Monday as an independent
candidate for editor of The Daily Tar
Waldo said as an Independent and a
candidate without Publications Board
endorsement he is breaking with tradition
and in doing so is clearly offering the
students a sharp choice in candidates to
choose from for editor of The Daily Tar
The Daily Tar Heel, he said, should
definitely move to a self-supporting role.
Waldo continued to say he feels one of
the biggest issues facing the paper is that
of students' rights.
"Under new leadership the Tar Heel
will crusade for the student and students'
rights in such a manner as to make Ralph
Nader appear 10 years behind the times,"
Waldo cited plans to publish an
itemized list of Student Government
expenditures as an example of a way The
DaUy Tar Heel could protect the student.
With activity fees published weekly, he
Further, it enjoins Schultz from any
misrepresentation on the availability of
apartments due to race and from applying
more stringent procedures to an applicant
for a dwelling simply on account of his
race. Schultz also cannot subject any
person to different terms of a contract
for the rental of an apartment due to his
The injunction restrains Schultz from
making any statements, indicating
Prejudice in the rental of apartments and
the Student Health and Welfare
Committee have already been mads
available to the paneL
During their three-day visit the
consultants wCl meet with deans of
schools involved in health affairs,
members of the Department of Student
Affairs and members of the Student
Health and Welfare Committee.
An open hearing "will be held March 8
at 4 pjn. in rooms 202-204 of the
Carolina Union. AH those interested are
invited to attend and voice their opinions.
The proposed infirmary, to be built at
an estimated cost of more than
$2,400,000, is being submitted for
approval to the N.C General Assembly
by Sitterson. The infirmary is part of the
capital improvement budget.
The Student Health and Welfare
Committee, composed largely of medical
students, voiced concern earlier this year
for the role of students are urged the
creation of a faculty committee to study
health care on campus.
"In my opinion," said Kepner, "the
new set of criteria should be keyed closely
to the kinds of concern expressed (by
Capps). For example, some students new
to the University arrive with a solid
foundation of living in resident halls. In
instances of this sort, certainly the policy
should be waived." '
Kepner said the decisions for waiving
.the present policy would be made on an
"I take this position because I feel that
living in a residence hall should be and
can be a meaningful part of each
student's total educational experience at
the University," Kepner related.
Capps, along with Cecil Miller, junior
class vice president; Susanne Welborn,
Residence College Federation
co-chairman and Steve Saunders, a
student member of the student-faculty
Committee of University Residence Life,
met with Kepner to receive a response to
the students' request for a more
Capps he showed - Kepner petitions
with more than 4,000 signatures calling
for the end of the forced housing policy.
The junior class president expressed
disappointment in the lack of action in
the meeting Monday, but said he would
meet again with Kepner Friday to work
out specific instances which would waive
the housing policy.
Listing his reasons for an end to the
policy, Capps said other juniors are not
required to live in University housing and
dormitory life is only a marginal way to
orient a student to UNC. He cited noise
said, it would serve to discourage poor or
flimsy spending of student fees and bring
those responsible for these acts to the
attention of the student body.
Waldo, a political science major,
emphasized he will be running against the
"machine made up of journalism majors
who now control the Tar Heel."
"I feel the paper belongs to all the
students and should be responsive to their
needs which it fails to do now," Waldo
"I am offering new blood and giving a
breath of fresh air to the paper," he
Waldo was editor of his junior college
paper at Sandhills Community College;
worked on The Southern Pines Pilot;
wrote for the Pinehurst Press Bureau;
covered sports stories for Associated Press
and United Press International; had
stories published in the Dixie Golf
Magazine and represented major dailies of
the North, South and Midwest at golf
championships at the Pinehurst Country
club in Pinehurst.
from interfering with any persons
enjoyment or right to occupy or rent an
apartment in the Came'ot complex.
The suit which was filed in December
in U.S. District Court in Greensboro, was
brought on by the abortive attempts of
Patten to rent an apartment from
Patten said he talked to Schultz over
the phone in September of last year and
was told that an apartment would be
available for occupancy on the first of
In its preliminary report of Dec 4,
1970 the committee asserted students
right as consumers to have a part in
determining the direction and policy of
the Infirmary. Certain issues were
outlined about the organization,
accountability and scope of services
A second report, submitted to
Sitterson in January, requested
information developed by the Urtirersity
administration which jxiu.n.s the
approach to the General Assembly
requesting approval for building a new
The committee also requested funds to
study other college health services, hire
consultants and prepare a planning
document for future health services for
presentation to the University
community and subsequent action.
The committee will meet with the
consultants to present pertinent data and
information gathered via pretesting
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in a dormitory as a problem and said with
the expense of dormitory rent up, it is
more economical to live in an apartment.
Capps called the policy ccriminatory
against single junior transfer students
since the policy is now waived for student
21 years old or married students.
Kepner, in his policy statement, said,
"I am of the opinion that the policy as
presently stated is not sufficiently
responsive to the needs to individual
students. A greater degree of flexability
needs to be built into the policy."
Refuting Capps' argument of
discrimination, Kepner said, "it is
impossible to ignore the fact th3t the
junior transfers are new to the University
community and that the returning juniors
He continued his rebuttal, "Much of
each student's education is gained
through interaction with his peers". Living
in University housing provides many
opportunities for meaningful interaction
of this sort."
Steve Saunders later commented, "I
am disappointed with the results of this
meeting. It is frustrating to see so much
student input for a major change and
then see the administration indicate that
it will take only a small step for
Recommendations by Kepner will be
sent to Dean Cansler, who will then send
them with his recommendations to Dean
of Student Affairs CO. Cathey. To
become effective, a corporate decision
must be made by Cathey and Vice
Chancellor Joseph C. Eagles.
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When Patten went to make a deposit
to hold the apartment, Schultz told him
none were available.
Patten then asked three friends of his
to inquire about apartments with Schultz.
When these friends called Schultz, they
were told-just as Patten had been
earlier that an apartment would be
available for occupancy on Oct. 1.
The injunction against Schultz can b
dissolved after one year if Patten does not
object, according to James Craven,