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Vol. 80, No. 27
Friday, October 1, 1971
FDu"d-?d February 23. 1S93
Three coeds share a
ectures on sex
by Ham Phillips
Morrison Residence College will
present three lectures on various j-uvts
of human sexuality beginning Sunday
with a lecture by Dr. Takey Crist on "Sex
and the College Student."
Crist, assistant professor of gynecology
and obstetrics in the School of Medicine,
will speak at K:30 p.m. in the main social
lounge of Morrison.
He will show slides, contraceptives,
charts and a movie on child birth before
fielding questions from the audience.
"This is probably the most important
academic event of the semester," said Joe
Grier, governor of Morrison. He said the
topic was chosen because of its
TODAY: Ram ending by noon,
cloudy and warmer this afternoon;
highs in the high 70s. lows in the
low 60s; 20 percent chance of
by Al Thomas
ATLANTIC BFACH Sprawling
Huiricane Ginger battered the central
North Carolina coast with "0
mile-an-hour winds Thursday, toppling
telephone potes and sending flood waters
raging into low-lying areas.
An amusement park here was virtually
destroyed by the high winds while coastal
highways and at least two trailer parks
were inundateu by flood tides.
Winds here, reaching gusts of l)2
miles-an-hour just before daybreak, also
ripped up shingles, twisted metal awnings
and smashed business signs.
Along the main street in Morehead
City, a row of seven telephone poles were
lying in the median by mid-morning.
Electricity and telephone service was
knocked out shortly after 1 a.m. with
electrical wires dangling bv the sides of
Cottages and motels along the beach
front, however, were spared most ot the
As of 4 p.m., there had been no
confirmed reports of deaths or serious
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importance and popularity with college
Professor Sam Hill of the Department
of Religion and Rev. Harmon Smith of
Duke University Divinity School will
discuss at 8 p.m. Monday '"Religious
Aspects of Sex." This meeting is in the
large social lounge also.
Dr. Clark Vincent, termed by Grier as
an "'outstanding" speaker, will speak at 8
p.m. Wednesday on ""Identity and
Communication in Human Sexuality."
Vincent is the chairman of the Behavioral
Science Center at Bowman Grav Medical
School at Wake Forest University.
Grier said the seminar has been under
consideration since this summer. The
speakers were chosen to provide a broad
basis of discussion, he said. Crist is
familiar with local aspects of human
sexuality. Smith and Hill with moral
concerns and Vincent with the
psychology of sexual patterns.
A similar program initiated last year in
Morrison received a favorable response.
Since the present residents are 50 percent
freshmen, there is little chance of
overlapping audiences. Grier said.
A seminar on extrasensory perception
is tentatively scheduled for later this
injuries caused by Ginger.
The unusually large storm, with an eye
extending 75 miles in diameter, stalled 35
miles off the coast here for more than
four hours Thursday morning.
Ginger finally moved inland around
noon with the Fort Macon Coast Guard
Station reporting lowest barometric
pressure at 2l.0o inches.
When the storm hesitated east of here,
however, winds gradually decreased.
Highest sustained winds here never
reached over 7o miles-an-hour. although
early morning gusts hit 2.
Sec nil led stories, p. 2
After reaching land. Ginger began to
increase in toward speed, moving
north-northwest at 1 2 miles an hour.
Hurricane warnings remained in effect
from just north of Wilmington to Virginia
Beach, Va. at - p.m. Thursday. Gale
warnings were extended along the entire
North Carolina coast northward to
Rehohooth Beach. Del.
Reports from along the coast here
Thursday afternoon showed most damage
had been caused bv the hieh tides.
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by Jessica Hanchar
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The Residence 0!kgt FederaUvr.
(RCFt passed a resolution Wednesday
night reaffirming its desire tor the
permanent abolishment of University
housing requirements for sophomores ar.J
'"Students should have the basic right
to determine for themselves where they
will live," the resolution said.
The required residency policy for
sophomores and junior transfers was
waived this year due to overenrollment.
""We want the policy in effect this year
to be made permanent," said Steve
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by Jim Minor
A.J. DeKeyzer was elected governor
Wednesday of the new residence college
consisting of Alexander, Conner and
John Pegg won the social lieutenant
post and Walter Futch was elected
academic lieutenant governor in
New senators from Alexander are
Steve Auerbach. first floor; Richard
Schneider, second floor; and Gary
Leatherman. third floor.
Connor senators are Ann Byrd.
second floor; Leanne Miller, third floor;
Flood waters up to six feet deep
reportedly covered almost a third ot
nearby New Bern's downtown section.
Three feet of water was reported in the
lobby of the Holiday Inn.
Reporting stations along the Outer
Banks told of tides five and six feet above
normal and substantial beach erosion.
Wanch.se. N . C . . locate d
approximately 35 miles north-northwest
of Cape Hatteras. reported 8.5 inches of
rain from Wednesday until Thursday
The Naional Weather Service predicted
an additional four inches of ram would
fall on the Outer Banks" area.
The large storm also affected the
weather in eastern and central North
Carolina. Chapel Hill received a driving
rain and wind gusts up to 3:
miles-an-hour during the late afternoon.
The 21 -day-old hurricane, the oldest in
Weather Bureau history, was born in the
Atlantic south of Bermuda.
Alter stalling about 700 miles east ot
Florida . the storm began moving toward
North Carolina Monday with gale torce
winds striking the coast Wednesday
Saur.-Jer. RCF .hairrr.
"Fat e-r r.r.y g
" e are -1:1! tror.U convinced
we will continue to fight this pol.cv ."
RCF. :n its reScl;:ti..n. countered the
administration's belief -that re.idenc tn
University-owned or approved hou:r.g i
an essential educational requirement."
The resolution added. "We argue that
freshmen benefit from on-campus lite
under normal Owcupancy conditions, we
do not believe thai campus residency has
so great an educational significance for
sophomores and transfer students. "
The statement continued bv citing the
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and June Brooks, fourth floor. A run-off
election will be held today for the first
floor senatorial post.
Senators for Winston are Chip Black,
first floor, and Stuart Gordon, second
floor. Runoffs for the third and fourth
floors will be held Monday.
DeKeyzer, a senior business
administration major from Wilson, has
previously served as president ot
Alexander. He was chairman of the
steering committee before the residence
college was formed.
Voter turnout was: Alexander. 77
percent; Connor. 68 percent; and
Winston, 81 percent.
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Governor Robert S c viij
Wednesday he thinks the Con--, -1 -J.:! s.i
UniverMty Board ot I rttccs w n.-v-.r-.
its position and back hi- plan tor m: "!e
board to govern ! h-e Ntatc--'. :: -rtc:
Scent made his vj acnicn! -n
Associated Press i AIM interview.
"I think I dn reaon.jbl v: th.
majority of the UNC Hoard of lr:.tees
will reverse now to the concept ot ,i mgU
governing board," Scott said.
The governor said lie believ-,- the
board will switch to ""a more tlexible
position" as a result of recent
negotiations with a trustees committee
and from talks with i" !: :.'::.:! !r".-! ee .
The full board holds its quarterly
meeting just before tiie N.C. Genera!
Assembly convenes ()ctiber 2f in a
special session to discuss restructuring ot
higher education .
''It's my feeling the trustees vv;!! lavor
some single governing board coiuep' if
they're going to cJum'f to .:vt;:ve."
Sccitt told AP.
I ) e K e y j e r e x p r es s e d p ! e a a r e w ;
turnout. "This shows the studen
interested in the college and are vj
get it underway." he said.
"I he high turn-out at Win-ton v.
partly to the tact that hou-e e'
were also held, he sa;d.
He announced appointments i
posts. These will have to be apj
before becoming official. 'I hey are
tlliott. secretary. Carol Wils,.,n. tr.
and Becky Stuntz and Ikbra -publicity
co-chair w omen.
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had been promised the job o! I'rcotJent ot
the new higher education Kurd.
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