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Wednesday. September 29, 1971
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The Daily Tar Heel
by Helen Parker
"The Carolina Symposium: Mind of the
South" promises to rank among the "iu"' things to
see and do in 1 972 for Carolina students and the
general public alike.
Giants in Southern literature, economics,
religion, journalism, politics, and art will gather -,n
this campus March 20-31 to discuss the history
and future of the South and its impa.t on the rest
of the nation.
Noted Southern historian C. Vann Woo J v. ar J
will conclude the two-week sen mar with an
address on the last night.
for the first time since its creation iri 192". the
Symposium will last two weeks. Tl
goal of the
Smpo-;um is to present a par.'.rarr.a c: the bo:n
h.-:th ,r;.i'!s and -:!.'v.
d:ars:r:r have rar.' d;::e i the S:--:h. This rait
craw-r.z cult-ral rhensmena he rerresented
exhibitions will attempt to cv
ns:ht m.to the by such Najjar drivers as Ruhard Petty A
folklore andhs:tory of the S ..'.). from the poor of ;-..ar.:r -style barueque with i'A the i::.:rp ,-.
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tmrhas-s unr.2 the first week w.l! be on
cultural aspects of the South. Artists and
craftsmen will be on campus displaying their
products and aUo demonstrating how to make
them. Mas:, representative the South will be
presented :n its rr.ar.y varied forms ranging from
go '.pel s:r.ging n modern jazz. The ballet company
from the S C. S.ho,: A the Arts will h:guM:e.t the
week v.;th U.lim F :?.ner "A R.-e Lr
the athlet.c fields w:i culminate the f.::
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e. or. jmic problems m the South.
Pnei participants, guest speakers, and lecturers
under consideration, include:' Robert Perm Warren
(writer . Jimmy Carter (governor of the state of
Georgia!. Benjamin Mays (retired President of
Morehouse College) who has already accepted.
,;iv." Th-rgx.d Marshall (Assowiate Justice.
Withm the past wour'e of vers speedways and Supreme Court!. Wilhe Moms (former
ed;tcr-:nh:ef of HARPER'S . Ralph F.ll.son
( r;ter. and Charles K-ral: iCBS newsman! w h
has alreadv accerted Also. Charles S .lb-err-. ar.
(B-oard of editors'cf FORTUNE . Kenneth Clark
(psy hole-gist !. Maynard Jackscn (vice mayor of
Atlanta!. B.lly Graham Evangelist . Gecrge
Wallace iGcvemor of the state of Alabama!, Frank
Smith (D.recter of TV Ah J.han Bend (15
Representative!. Jesse Jackson (Scutherr. Chnst.an
Leadership coord. nater cf "Operator-.
Because the Sympoom falls one month before
North Carolina's first presidential primary, the
lead.nz Presidential aspirants will he aked to
address the symposium, on their strategies for
future development m the South.
During the first weekend of the Sy rr.posi-m.
the l.Q.C. Lamar Society, a large croup of
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Th.e Carol:" j Syrrpv.um. or r.ra.
ln:.::e ef :iar. Re a: ro T: r !.-:. :..-e
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vuccevs veiv ma.r.ta.ned .is trad i. - : 'j a?
and service ir
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,M:il awarene and understand -g of genet
of student at the l n ver:tv -.d the re r e
The Ssmpo-v:.om. held K?r.r.:' . he- po .
a f v rum. for contemporary ;-.o .:' i.gn
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which fecund on the topic of Red C'- n a a
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finest of their kind m the countrv
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attraction Oct. 9. Student tickets are on SI.
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by Kathy Koch
Carolina students will get a chance to
view first hand in Carmichael Auditorium
Owt. 9 what Stereo Review critic Noel
Coppage calls "the unaffected simplicity
and easy confidence" of John Denver.
The personable singer-guitarist
-composer, recently of "Country Road'
fame, also wrote "Leaving on a Jet
Plane," released in his 1 969 album
"Rhymes and Reasons." Before th3t
Denver was Chad Mitchell's replacement
in the Chad Mitchell Trio, a position he
won over 2,500 other applicants.
A million-selling record for Peter, Paul
and Mary. "Leaving on a Jet Plane" has
alo been recorded by such artists as
Spanky and Our Gang. Floyd Cramer,
Fddy Arnold. Liza Minelli, and Josh
Denver said in Stereo Review that he
wrote "Leaving..." one night while The
Mitchell Trio was in Washington, D.C.
The rest of the group was at a party and
Denver recalled, "I was never the type to
play around on the road, and time after
time I'd be the only guy at these parties
without a girl. This time I decided I'd had
it with that.
"When the others left for the party at
eight," he continued, "I got a pound of
salami and a six-pack of beer and locked
myself into my room. When they came
back about midnight, I had eaten the
salami, drunk all the beer, and written
'Jet Plane.' "
As a former resident of New Mexico,
Arizona. Alabama, and Texas, Denver
allows his country-western background to
show through in his songs and sometimes
puts a twang into his songi simply for the
humorous effect, such as in "Stomped
Denver learned to play the guitar from
his grandmother on an old 190 Gibson,
and then learned to play a 12 string
guitar. He entered Texas Tech as an
architect major and then decided to try
show business on the West Coast. He wes
hired by Randy Sparks of Ledbetter's in
He began making albums after singing
with the Mitchell Trio for four years,
with his first album "Rhymes and
Reasons." His second album, "Take Me
Tomorrow," contained six of Denver's
original songs, along with material by Biff
Rose, Jimmy Taylor, Jacques Brel, and
Tom Paxton. Denver says his concerts are
basically the material from his first two
albums played in order.
About his performances, Denver said,
"I don't want to entertain people, I want
to touch them." Denver has performed at
campuses in Ohio, Minnesota, and North
Dakota, as well as on the Merv Griffin TV
Denver has his own philosophy about
music. "Music is not so much a form of
entertainment, but a life style of people
Student tickets for the concert are on
sale at the Union Information desk, for
SI, two tickets per ID. General public
tickets go on sale Monday.
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With only weeks gor.e in the rev.
television season, it should be pre:t
obvious to even the most casual v.ewer
that the network's new offerings are a:
best undistinguished 3nd at worst
Probably the worst of the new shows
is "The Chicago Teddy Bears." an alleged
comedy about a Windy City speakeas
during the 1920's. It's so wretched that
even Iluntz Hall, formerly of the Bowerv
Boys, seems embarrassed by the crude
slapstick and ancient Desilu-ish jokes that
"Teddy Bears" relies on. Looking on the
bright side, though the show appears to
be one of the few sure bets to be
cancelled before the year is out. Who aid
network executives have no mercy0
"O'Hara, United States Treasury."
starring David Janssen, represents one of
two new Jack Webb efforts (the other is
"D.A.") designed to support your local
The writers have apparently
constructed one durable, season-long plot
about Janssen's attempt to crack a ring
specializing in a drugs, b guns, (c
stolen bonds and credit cards, or d all
of the above. Tough-t3lking Jansses wins
the confidence of the gangsters by station
break, and then spends the last 30
minutes figuring out how to implicate
"Mr. Big." If you think it sounds boring,
then try watching it sometime. On second
thought, don't bother. Just take a couple
of Excedrin instead.
"Cannon" is a new private eye show
on CBS which you'll probably .see sooner
or later if only because it follows "Hawaii
Five-O." 250-pound W 'illiam Conrad stars
in the title role of this new Quinn Martin
program. QM shows are usually fairly
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revolving series. "McMillan and '
premieres tonight with Rok II. - ;
Susan Samt James m the title tio i
show is admittedly based in the ' i:
Man" movie series oi 1 m.g ..g .. a-u!
you'd like to compare prod.icts.
(Tunnel 2,s's 5:30 movie on I ho: J o.
It's a 137 mv sterv -ci'tnedy. " I !o-i:.x-Mrs.
Bradford." with William I we.'!
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was a forerunner ot the "Ihm Vim," i: 1
it's st ill an entert jiniro: pu t ure t . .t i v
"Speaking I:reel ." hannel ' '
Iriday night interview series, w.'! tvat
distinguished lawyer loois Nicr v
week. Among other thing-, he';' '
talking about vi!!iar:i Kunotler.
Channel 2's tirt I r i . 1 . i n
movie is "John C.!diarb. 1'!-. s e
Home," a 1 964 farce ah-nt harem--and
Notre Dame Jc.tbal!. ('.:::;. ;
against "C'oldtarh" l( ( liannei .
Tony Curtis epic 1''5 3. Ih
American." The n! d;:tcrer,vc bet
the two movies is that Curti- d r, '! .
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