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Saturday, September 11, 1971
Undents react to Yack
The Daily Tar Heel
by Bill Lovin
More than 8,000 students have
received Yackety Yacks. Here is a
sampling of student opinion on the new
Carol Donaldson, senior, off-campus-i'm
a senior and this Is the worst
yearbook we've had. The hardback was
just a photo book. ..very few people, just
different pictures of the vam- n"op''."
W i 1 1 r d H a 2 g i n s . senior.
Mom von -"7 he pictures ere great. .
liked the format. The best thing was thit
it didn't have so many f rat pictures."
Carol Skeels. sophomore, M.her-'T
didn't see that much on dorm life. It was
mostly shots of fraternities and sororities,
and not everybody i fraternity or
sorority. They didn nave enough
coverage of sports, like the Peach Bowl,
the NIT and tennis."
Debbie B 1 a c k m a n
Spencer-"! like the
but it doesn't
The Chapel HU1 chapter of Chi Psi
fraternity has won the Thayer Trophy for
the fourth time in recent years.
The trophy is the highest award by the
Central Committee to the most
outstanding college chapter.
Qualities taken into account in the
annual evaluation include campus
leadership, community involvement,
scholarship and athletics.
Keith Oldham, president, and Fd
Dickinson, treasurer, were in Washington
D.C. this summer to accept the trophy,
which was shared this year with Bowdoin
College in Maine.
Oldham attributes the chapter's success
to its Community Action Programme,
which involved the renovation of the
Community Centre in Cairboro. He also
pointed out the personal success of such
Carolina Chi Psi's as Rhodes Scholar Tom
Bello, last year's student body president;
Peter Hal, presently assistant dean of
men; and Peter Jost, recently appointed
as Morehead Foundation assistant.
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explain anything. I don't like the to
Robert Wilson, ju Momson-"It
was a masterpiece of phot :gr2phy. Mr.
Hunter can be proud. But it represent;
only the new and different techniques of
Hunter Publishing Company, not the
University. The new format separates
UNC from an unrelated creative effort."
Gienda Alexander, senior,
offampus-I Like the hardback volume
better. The pictures were informal and
pretty. But they should get nd of the
Bert Grim ball, junior,
offampus-'it's good because I can
throw away the class book. It doesn't
weigh so much. I could see cutting some
of the pictures out and putting them on a
Debra Fox, sophomore, Connor-'i
like it, but I don't like it. I don't dislike
two volumes but I'd like one better. I
think the pictures are great; people only
look at the pictures."
Ann Hodges, junior, McIver-"The
general campus life pictures were artistic,
but there wasn't much that meant a
whole lot to me, except maybe the sports
George Clay, senior, Ehringhaus-'i
thought the picture book was interesting,
but it was not a true picture of UNC life.
I don't like the two books."
Garland Ussery, junior. Old East-'i
would have liked a one-volume yearbook
better, and with a better cover. I don't
like that they Listed students by their
dorms. The pictures were really good,
Cristina Freeman, senior, off
campus-'i Liked it; the layout and the
photos were good. But I object to using
photos that didn't describe anything that
happened at UNC. And the interminable
pictures of the editor's girlfriend. ..that's
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This trailer parked behind NCNB made a "really he3"
scene Thursday. Howard Finch, construction manager of
Pro-Mac. Inc., said excavations under the raernent proed to
By Bike Club
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trailer up; who's going to steal it anvwav"' (Staff photo b
Leslie Todd )
Bicycle enthusiasts are mited to ride
with the Chapel Hill Bicycle Club at 0
a.m. Sunday says spokesman Don Foree.
Cyclists will ride 50 miles to prepare
for the American Wheelmen Century
Ride to be held Sept. 26. The Sunday
WASHINGTON WITNESS TO END
THE WAR IN VIETNAM
We urge you to immediately wire your senators to vote Monday,
September 13 for the Mansfield Amendment to the Draft Bill to end all
military involvement in Vietnam, December 31, 1971.
ride will be the second of three planned
to help new cyclists get in shape.
Foree said last week 40 people rode 25
miles in the first trip, a 75-mile ride will
be held Sept. I.
All of this leads up to the Century
Ride - a 300-mile trek to Greensboro
and back. A certificate and patch from
the League of American Wheelmen will
be given to those who complete the ride
in less than 1 2 hours.
Old Greensboro Highway wiH be the
route. Foree said bikers would return
over the same road so people who were
tired could drop out and rejoin the group
on the way home.
Other precautions have been taken to
make sure no one gets left behind
permanently. Foree said club member
will drive trucks along the route "to m;k;
sure everyone gets back to avihahon
The Highway Patrol has jbo i -.c
The club is sponsoring Century Ride i
get more people interested in bikmg a-',
"Some people would never d
something like this on their own." v:l
Foree "We want to show them : ..
much tun it can be to ride in a group
Information about the lop.g-d;o..
rides and the Chapel Hill Bicvcle Club v
available at the FCOS office. Suite B s
the Student Union. FCOS also has map
of country roads in the Chapel Hill .sre
that make good bike routes.
Dan Pollit Vicki Hauser
Robert Burdette Norman Gustaveson
Dan Young Henry Landsberger
N.C. Veterans Aaainst the War in Vietnam
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