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TuexJa, September 14, 1971
One "percent's shopliftin
t indent Stores
The Daily T&r Heel
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"I I iesc campus policemen v.tre a f it pertutbvd it this
automohi! p;ir'r ed on l)-; avcmcnt i.n front of Y Court
Agreed with burning
Monday. So. they gave it a ticket for being illegally parked and
Lit. (Staff photo b Cliff Koloson
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hy Charles JcJ fries
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V u!-j in, my hi i . ks burneJ their
yearbooks in Thel,!t Ij 4 week due to
their exelu-i'in tro:n its photo vssa
section, one f Ink -tnJet;! Je i ' .1 to y v.
the stut t .
She is Annette Monati. ! a trevhinati
Irorn Winston Salem.
"I volunteered to join the YaA -.'at!
because journ.ihni is part of me.. .at lca!
y ea rbook-t yp- activities." said Miss
Morgan, who worked a-, editor of -:r
hi:'.h school yearbook.
In respon .e to the burn mi: las' we-k oj
a p pi o : ;a a telv 55 earbo.,ks. Miss
'.!,-:) 1. ""it I h..d had - ne. I would
!...., ! ed mine too."
Miss Morgan noted that she
o!untee:ed for the Ya.k stall before the
controvv r- over t h'e exclusion of blacks
t '.'v ame an is-.ue.
"I hope to talk with other black
sttid.rJs a!.d convince lliem to try to help
me in preventing the same thing from
happenmg again next year. I would also
like to talk with those bkuk leaders of
organization-, and h ive them express their
opinion oi what the yearbook should
ret lev. t ..bout hkiA people on campus."
-he .id lev!.
Dave Collins, this year's Yack editor,
said he welcomed Miss Morgan's interest
in the yearbook. He hoped other blacks
would also volunteer.
Miss Morgan was quick to point out
that she believed her possible selection to
the staff would be a token effort on the
part of the editor, but "I will at least have
the satisfaction of trying," she said.
Collins said if anyone else was
interested in helping to publish this year's
Yack, they should attend a meeting at
7:30 p.m. Thursday in room 202 of the
.ainBiis activities calendar
The Student Aid Office is distributing
National Merit, Home Sjvincj', and Loan and
College foundation criecio, at ano Vance H.iii
daily, 8 a.m. 'j p.m. (closed Saturday)
National Dofense and UNC Loan checks
which were awarded and accepted before Aug
1, will also be available through September lb
National Defense and UNC Loan checks which
were accepted after Au-.i. 1, in addition to
Health Profession Loin checks will be available
on 3rd floor of Pettiatew H.i I. c,eut. l-l arul lb,
from 8 a.m. to 5 pan.
All scholarships stipends h.ive been
forwarded to the cashici's account of cacti
scholarship recipient and are bomii posted to
each student's account dailv.
N.C. Prospective Teachers Scholarship Loan
stipends have been forwarded to the Cashiei's
OHice and should be posted m student's
accounts within a few days.
USE DTH CLASSIFIEDS
Try-outs for Carolina Readers' production of
Jules Feiffer's "Boy, Gill, Boy, Gnl" will be
held in 103 Bmaham en Wednesday and
Thocday from 7-10 p.m.
Alpha Phi Omeaa service fraternity will again
hold formal rush tonight in the South Lounge
of the Student Union. All undergraduates,
i n eluding freshmen and serial fraternity
mombrrs, are cordially invited.
The Placement Setvtce win noid its annual
Career Orientation meeting for all seniors and
graduate students at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in
Mem or i.a Hail.
Applications from faculty members for
grants under the Water Resource Research
Institute's Fiscal Year 1972-73 Matching Grants
Program will be accepted through Sept. 15. No
exceptions will be made to this cutoff date.
Instructions to applicants and additional
information can be obtained from the Office of
the Director. 124 Riddick Bldg., North Carolina
State University, Raleigh 27607, phone
Llise Miller, a devotee of Swami
Satchidananda, will teach a Hatha voga class.
Starting September 2 1, classes will be held from
10-11:45 a.m. and 8:30 - 9:45 p.m. on
Tuesdays, and from 7:30 - 8:45 p.m. on
Thursdays. Sign up with the Chapel Hill
Recreational Department in the basement of
the Municipal Building, 306 N. Columbia, or
call 9G7-22c-3. For more information about the
class or yoaa in aeneral, can Ehse Miller,
Auditions for the UNC Opera Theatre's
forth comma prcdaction of "Fiddler on the
Roof" will be held on Wednesday and Thursday
of this week. All students and townspeople are
invited to toy oct. 1 he auditions will be held at
7 p.m. on e.K h mailt, with a recall session on
Friday at .e same time. Applicants should
ha.e one show-tune prepared, and will be
expected to sing at sight. Scripts will be
available ail this week m Room A, Hill Hall.
Interviews are now being held for the jobs of
investigators and defenders on the Attorney
General's s'.a'f, and will be held through
September 22. Applications and information
sheets aie available m the Attorney General's
office m 5-u'te B of the Student union, and
may be picked up at any time.
A second pledge tea will be held today for
guls interested m joining Angel Fight, a
non-iii il i ta' y social organisation associated with
rie UNC An Fetce KOTC.
"The tea win be held m the cadet lounge in
Lenoir Hah fro:'" 7 to :30 p.m.
Hiliel invites all interested students to attend
the Social activities Planning meeting tonight at
7:30 p.m. at the Hiliel House. 210 W. Cameron
Ave. Events for the fall semester will be
discussed and planned.
Applications for Toronto Exchange are
available at the Student Union desk Sept. 10
thru Sept. 24. An interview schedule will be
posted. Please sign and keep your appointment.
Underclassmen and graduate students are
encouraged to apply.
The Christian Science Organization will meet
tonight in the Wesley Foundation Chapel at
6:30. All are welcome.
Tutor Orientation meeting, Wednesday at
7:30 p.m. in 08 Peabody Hall. Attendance is
required for all participants in the YM-YWCA
Tutorial Project. Call the Y office today,
933-2333. if you must miss the meeting.
There will be a meeting of the Special
Projects Committee of the Carolina Union
tonight in Room 206 of the Union at 7 p.m. All
members are asked to attend, as well as any
students who have ideas for Student Union
special projects. For more information call Pam
Campbell, 933-1157, between 3 and 5 p.m.
(Monday and Wednesday) or inquire at Suite A,
The Orange County Association for
Retarded Children will meet tonight at 7:30
p.m. in the Wesley Foundation.
LOST: A pair of clear contact lenses with
cylinder case in leather pouch, if found, leave a
message for Diane in the News Bureau, Bynum
LOST: A yellow cat. part Persian, with
yellow flea collar and bell. In the
Tmkerbeli-Ephesus Church Road area. Call
LOST: A set of four keys on a long rawhide
sash. Call Tony Wheeler at 968-9077.
LOST: A keycham with a carved wooden
animal, containing some valuable keys. If
found, please call Alice at 933-6201.
LOST: One Drown fake alligator wallet.
Contains vital credentials. Please return to
Theodore P. Mayberry at 548 James, or call
933-4696. $5 reward.
LOST: Wire-rimmed, prescription glasses in a
leopard-fur case. Thursday, SeptemDer 2. S15
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by HirTy Smith
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honest, hut or.e p?jer.t
expensive."" Student Stores nicer Tom
Shetley says of the hcri::'ting proNem
Sr.et:e vi.J ill cohere stores hae
shpl::t;r.. but "I rhir.k e have !$ of a
prMen than most. Carolina sJuier.ts
em to be more honest than those
at some of the northern and ' extern
Last sear's T:r-efiV from the
Student Stores -mounted to
by Gem Cohen
Spa-til to the DTH
Charel state representative Car!
Smith's main concern about the
out-of-state tuition hike was that it
"came so suddenly for the students.
In 3n interview Sunday. Smith said he
voted for the House version of the bill,
which would have raised tuition to
$1,800 immediately. The bill was
amended in the Senate to postpone half
of the rise for one year.
The Orange County Democrat said he
would neither introduce nor support any
measure to repeal or delay the out-of-state
hike during the Oct. 28 special session of
the General Assembly.
"Most of the people in this state are
tired of subsidizing out-of-state
students," Smith added.
'"People can't understand why they
should pay a New Yorker to come to
Smith said the legislature could have
avoided the sudden hike by beginning the
increases earlier, perhaps two years ago.
"It was unfair," he noted.
"No one in the General Assembly was
The Daily Tar Heel will
interview Wednesday for
prospective staff members.
Positions are open for staff
writers and photographers.
The interviews will be held
from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. in
The Daily Tar Heel office in
the Student Union.
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Headquarters For Quality
Contact Lenses Fitted
Contact Lens Accessories
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121 E. Franklin St
Between Varsity Theatre and Intimate
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by Garry Trudeau
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powers to determine the StuOent
Activities tee and to appropriate afi
revenue derived from the Student
Activities fee (188.8.131.52 of the Student
Constitution). The budgetary
appropriation for the 19 70-71 academc
year Is $28,292.50 for undergraduates
and S4 .647.S0 for graduates as the
subscription rate for the student body
fj 1 .84 per student based on fail semester
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willing to vote tor a tax increase this
session, Smith said, "and when the
tuition hike was proposed, legislators
literally leaped for a chance to al'ocate
the S26 million (later S15 million) in
revenues. "We were able to keep the
money for the L'mversitv . though.
Smith said he did not consider the
tuition hike a tax raise.
The freshman legislator discounted
reports he would run for the state senate
in the May 2 primary. Smith said it was
important to have someone with seniont
in the House. He said he would make a
final decision on a senate bid after
consulting with county party leaders in
his senate district.
Smith said registration of students in
Orange County would probably not have
much of an effect on his legislative race.
"Republicans seem to think students will
register Republican, while the Democrats
have an opposite view." he said.
Smith said student political
involvement is a healthy trend.
Smith was chairman of the Orange
County Commissioners before winning
election to the General Assembly in
arrro:-u:? S10.CCO. or "e-.ouih :
provide schrsh:r tor to
students." shetiey said.
"Some of the college stores in rea'.'.;.
taking a clobbering. Last year Stanford
was nprd off SS-i.OOO." h? -j-.d.
She :'.? said one or tw o shopLfte rs a:;
caught each week He si;d students a:?
turned oer to the student judiciary
Nor. students are turned over to the
rv'.ue and a warrant is sr.ed for th;-.:
arret. according to Shetley .
In explaining cvur.t precaution
taken at the Student Stores. Shet'.ev said.
"There is a peculiar situation m eer
college store: The more obvious the
security . the w orse the problem.
" Elaborate security precautions seem
to be a type of challenge to some people
Our cameras, which are monitored, r.r.
be a deterrant. But I don't think o..r
problem warrants more elahora:-;
Shetley said the store's employees are
asked to be observant and watch i'o:
shoplifters. He said shoulder bags pre.c--a
particular problem to the store, but h:
wouldn't want to ban them. "That wo..'.:
be a last resort."
He said the Student Stores employs r
special security personnel, although;
during rush periods some of the store's
regular employes waUh from th--stairw
Shetley termed the bad check
situation "much better" this year. He said
after a bank returns a check for the
second time, a notice is sent to the
offending student by regular mail.
If the student fails to contact the
store, a second notice is sent by registered
mail. If the student fails to contact the
store within 24 hours after receiving the
second notice, a warrant is issued for his
Shetley said profits from the store last
year provided S4 5.(KH) in athletic grants-in-aid
and SlrvyOiM) to financially
distressed students In addition. $20,000
w as aw arded for t'eilow ships.
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Diatr. by L'nitj Femt-jr 5ynciict. Inc. .
Great Decorating PossiDHties Large stea-rer
trunk S25; black vinyl loung cnair $60;
gold-fcrown tweed rug (12 x 15) S30; GE
portable vacuum cleaner S20; Cmin-Corc.ra
portable typewriter S30; Tennis racket $7;
wood play pen $5; Baby's changn taDie S20;
6x6 off-white drapes; wianut formica en3 tab'e
S10;Cail 967-5467 after 5 p.m.
WANTED: a reader for B. A. 74. FuSt be
deoendabie and have a pleasant personalty
with a good knowledge of accounting. Contact
Byron Sykes. Phone 966-2513.
Lost piantinum Gruen watch with pi-je 'ace.
Lost in vicinity of StuOent Stores Tuesday nite.
Contact Mrs. Meyer at the Y. Reward of'ered.
5 1971 Singers Never been used" These
macn,ns are Singer's latest models ancj co"e
eauiped to ziq-zaq. button hole. etc. These
machines will be seta on a "first come, first
served" basis. S49.95 while they last, un.tea
Freight Sales, 1005 E. v'hitaer Vhi P3 .
6 stereo component sets to be soid for $135.00.
These four piece sets include AV, AM ana f
stereo radios, a Garrard full sie changer, ana a
four soeawer audio system, united Friecnt
Saes. 1005 E. V.hitaver Mill Ra. Raieigh North
Caroima. 9-6 Mond Fn, 9-5 Sat.
inexpensive local transportation aaiiaDie at
TRAVEL C N at Eastgate. Mcrai. Tnumpn.
faico. Jodaka. 929-2364.
For sate: Sony stereo system induces dua
t-rntab(e, pickenng cartridge, ana A'.'-fm
stereo radio. S200. Room 21 Old East cr can
Part time positions available.
Servomaton-f.athias Foodservice. Apply Chase
Cafeteria 9 a m. -12 noon.
For Sale: 1970 Fiat sports coupe. Less than
6.000 miles. Under warranty. Perfect. Asking
S2350. Can 929--47S.
For Saie' 1969 vw. Excenent conaition.
28.000 miles New tires, recent tune-up $1300
negotiabie. Can 967-1614 after 5:00.
For Sale: Giri's 3-soed bie. basket, lock 2
mcs oid. $45. Can Carol 933-1380 cx
For Sale: 196 7 Yamaha 305. Call 942-7512.
For Gcd and Country, Fgnt Communrsm,
BjM"i, Fascism. John The John Birch Socie'f,
Beimont. fasvachu vetts 021 73. Send this c3
College sudnt locking to mae good money
for working 1 hour per da. Call (215)
3 77-7 700.
Cci-jmti.a Bie 10-Speed Racer 8 ;
013 $55 Can John McC an. i at A TO Houie
or 942 5317
Need ride t rorfoik or rewPort fews Virg.r a
this weeer.a. Sept. 17-19. Viii snare eper-
Can Andrea 966-5028.
Ahoy there' Feita Betta Thi chapier of ed
Dog Fraternity invites a'l Bro'r e'S rz
Sweethearts of Sea GuH6Seaf arer to post-g"
reunion. Ralegh, Oct. 2. Can Cast .a ter o
details, 933 1501.
LOST: Set cf 4 keys on braided rawhKJe
Need keys. Please contact tony wneeier, S5"a
Nj Fraternity. 968-9077.
Honda 305. excellent condition, n-ist see ro
appreciate, must sell for tui'ion n;ny Ca
Great Pets - 5 female Siamese, 3 s 0 3. $ :5 .
free pussies (snort-haired terriers). 6 ws o d 2
femates, 3 ma'es. Can 942-1327 ater 5
THE CAROLINA KEG (above Fat C if 1 . L v
BAN OS VtEd. - Thurs - Fn - "Patriots" -Happy
Hour 3-5 Mon.-Fn.
68 Volvo 1225. Best offer. Must s'i
immediately. Can 489-5367. Durham.
For Sate: wonensak Model 3500 Si'd STate
Tape recorder; miwe aede; ijntwe-gnt. stu.-dy
case; $65.00. Can Dr. Cr.st Hosctai
966-2136;Home 929 5556.
A K A I - Stereophonic sound tape recorder; X
track and 4 speed; mike and speakers included,
cross field headi; sound on sound; Model M-3
Excellent condition. Quick sale 5185 00 Cas
Dr. Cnst - Hospital 966-2 1 36; Home 929 5 5 56.
Male roommate needed to share luxurious
house n Cary - fumisned. AC. stereo, utilities.
C'eanmg service. A more $20wk. 25 mm.
Drive 266-3569. 467-1047.
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