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Vol. 80. No. 28
Saturday. October 2. 1971
Founded February 23. 1S93
by Norman I'd n c k
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arrested 44 p-. . r,r, r-.j.'-.'ti.-.
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largest drug md n fV-pel Hdl hi tor
1'if t-.-cn of the first .13 rre:e J ch:m.e J
to be students at l"'.f , b .! p.,;...- ::; 1
they have been ur. iUe t-, verify .jt
numkr. Several per ov. U sir::;- 'o -students
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non-.tu.Jcr.fs. p'-licc .i J.
"ri;irge- ranged from p '
marijuana to p' :;.) ,0 an d od- ' r.
and I SI
1'ohce raid . l-.-tv.-r, at ! a.m. I r:d .
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about X:30 a.m.
'thirty -one perv.no -vere arre-ted :.
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seven in Chatham Co-mfy, p "!L- 00!
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Dorrruf ' rs .
One or two other, may he arretted in
UNC Press financially okay
by William March
I he UNC Press has fairly optimistic
financial prospects although most
university presses across the nation face
serious financial difficulty, according to
Matthew Hodgson, director of the Press.
"The Press is doing somewhat belter
than the national trend," Hodgson said in
an interview Wednesday.
According to an article in the New
York Times Book Review Supplement of
August 8, university presses are facing
financial crises almost without exception.
This crisis results from the economic
difficulties facing higher education in
University libraries are experiencing
ten to f i f t y percent cuts in
book-purchasing funds, and buy fewer
books from university presses as a result,
said the Times articles.
by Mark Whicker
RALEIGH - It was 54 weeks ago
hen State quarterback Pat Korsnick
xked up from his locker after the Pack
ad 'lost to Carolina 19-0 and said
imething about next year.
He might have had something there,
he Wolfpack had three good freshmen
inning backs, and most of State's
efense that had hung on valiantly during
tat hot afternoon would be returning.
Well, next year is today. Korsnick has
nee lost his job and regained it. Carolina
lays State at 1:30 p.m. today in Carter
And the result doesn't look much
For all its freshman talent, the
olfpack has lost three straight games.
.v f -T" v ut r o other rr a or raids
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The Sute Bureau of Iro.estiga. rr..
('irzy --.v. Poh.e Department. Orange
"o.nty Sheriff's Department, Durham
. r. Shenff'; Depart rr.er.t. Durham
I ni.'z Department and the Chatham
( unty Sheriff's Department all aided the
Chapel Hill Polue in conducting the raids.
Ac-ordirg to police, bond for all
persons charged with felonies was set at
5 r .000 per count, and those charged i:h
r--.ses-.:or. (-. less than one cram of
:o . n : were required to post S300
Polue did n.'-t have information on the
r r.o'oer of pen 0.1 released rjl bond.
hipel Hi!i Po!;.e Chief W.D.BIaVesuid
a!I the arrest, resulted from 4:. months of
.nderwover work by one agent r.f the
( hape! H,:i Polue Department.
Jl:J.e sa:d the raids were aimed
primarily at dealers. "It would be useless
t ?r and arrest j!1 the users," he said.
One of those arrested said police set
up "'a sort of assembly line" to process
the numerous people brought to the
lilake admitted several officers had
Now on your right, we have
.Also, many universities are cutting
back contributions to their
"non-glamorous" publishing facilities, the
Hodgson said the I'NC Press is in
better financial shape this year than last.
"We have the lowest operating budget of
any major university press." he said.
A university press is always a
non-profit, shoestring operation,"
Hodgson said. "Most of our income
conies from sales, and our sales staff does
a much better job than that of most
"Part of the reason for the money
trouble in many presses is
Hodgson, who worked for
Houghton-Mifflin Publishing Company
for twenty years before coming to work
for UNC, said he does not expect
cutbacks in the University's contribution
to the Press.
and only in the opening 23-21 loss 10
Kent Stute did State put together much
Willie Burden gained 18 yards, a new
school record, that night and has gained
only 43 in the two games since.
The other two sophomores, Mike
Stultz and Charlie Young, have shown
flashes of competence, but nothing
spectacular. Korsnick has completed half
of his 29 passes to rank second in the
conference and his back-up, Dennis Britt,
The offensive line was largely
responsible t--i tate's whopping 12 yards
rushing at M ..yland. Since guard Bill
Yoest is out for the season, things may
get worse before they get better.
On defense. Coach Al Michaels has at
least put together a good secondary. The
loss of Jack Whitley is partly balanced by
been brought in to speed the v -.i.r:
process. "Vn e had ad 1. : : .n a! men a ' . : -to
booking, fingerprinting a-:
photographing thoe arrested." he oa. j
One of tho-e arrested. H a r d v.
Watson, . of Gene-s Ho-e. Chare:
Hill, was charged with dpo:r.g of t
property m addition to ... ; - a-j
sale of narcotics.
Blake said w'atssn allege d'.y s Id :or
pistols to the undercover agents.
Others arrested include:
Coga.n Lewis Coke. 22. : '.:
Lawson St.. Durham. Possession and Sa'.v
Carl D witoht Burtcn. 2". r.f
Medina St., Fovcssion and Sa'.e :'
Harry Dee Washington, 23. ,: N
Moreen Apis., Durham. Pow.s: n. Sa'e
and Transportation of Heroin;
Johnny I.dwurd Zimmerman. . :
1215 Kent St.. Durham. Possess;, n and
Sale of Narcotics ;
Freddie Ldward Lee. 24.
Morehead Ave., Durham, Possew m and
Sale of Narcotics:
Andrew William Preston, 20. ; t 1
Justice St., Chapel Hill, Possession of L-
Staff photo by Cliff A'oA
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"We are an independent corporation,"
he said. "Besides providing us with free
housing for our operation, the
University's main contribution is in
payment for publication of scholar!)
journals and constitutes about ten
percent of our budget."
The Press receives about $40,000 to
S60.000 a year in charitable
contributions, including foundation
grants, endowments and subsidies for the
publication of particular books.
"The trend in foundation grants to
presses is downward," Hodgson said, "but
until this year, ours have gone up." He
attributes this to the importance of the
work the Press has been doing.
The UNC Press publishes in three main
areas - books by scholars in the North
Carolina area, scholarly journals and
regional studies on North Carolina and
sophomoie bob Pnz, and Tom Siegtned.
BilJ MiJJer and Van Walker return.
On the line, junior Clyde Chesney is a
quick end, and tackle Dan Medlm is
strong enough. The all-star candidate,
middle guard George Smith, has had Lnee
problems and probably won't play at
Bryan Wall and Ld Hoffman are the
Carolina scouts have been impressed
with the Wolfpack kickers and returners.
Mark Cassidy is the top punter in the
conference (UNC's Nick Vidnovic is
third) and Mike Charron is usually a
Stultz is the third best punt returner in
On Carolina's side, defensive end Bill
Brafford is expected to start this week
after missing the Maryland game with an
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A change in the l'72 summer school
calendar, including elimination ot
Saturday classes and provisions tor
student voting, were among the
recommendations made Friday by the
Chancellor's Calendar Committee.
The student-faculty committee
suggested an academic calendar for the
1972-73 school year, lor 1972 summer
school and reconsideration of the
examination schedule for the spring of
The committee's recommendations
will first go to the Faculty Committee on
Instructional Personnel and then to the
chancellor for approval.
Committee member Bob Gilliam and
Student Legislator (Jerry Cohen
requested changes in the spring exam
schedule and in the 1(,"'2 tall semester
schedule to facilitate student
participation ir- the elections.
Following a lengthy debate, the
committee voted to rcv"mmend three
alternatives on shmgotg the spring evm
to allo'A students to vote m the
presidential and M ;te primaries.
Breaking the exam period into two
sections t give the student Ma 3 .
clcct!":i da.anJ the day bet-re tree wa;
the first proposal. This v. oald involve
cancellation o! tv.o currently scheduled
days of class at the end ' f the spring
The second suggest n vas f tree onh
election day from ail exams. Cancelling
only one Scheduled day of class is
necessary in this change.
Individual permission to miss a
scheduled exam and to take a make-up
final was the third suggestion put forward
IODAV: Partly ciouciy and mild
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high in the upper 70s to mid 80s:
probability of precipitation 60
injured ankle. Mis replacement. Bill
Chapman, teamed with Gere Brown U
rush Terp QB Al Neville hard.
At tackle. Eric Hyman may play todj
but it he doesn't the position is well
staffed with Robbi VandenBrotk. ho
tipped a pass into 3ohn Bunting's hands
on a touchdown play last week.
Bud Grissom is enjoying has best ear
at the other tackle and inside Linebackers
John Anderson and Ricky Packard have
Bunting intercepted twice last week as
outside linebacker Mike Mansfield and
Mel Riddile man the other outside post.
In the backfield. Rusty Culbreth. Lou
Angelo and Richard Stilley got a test last
week and passed it despite giving up a
touchdown pass to Maryland's Don
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A recommendation that Nov. 7, 172,
election day , be tree of all exams and
required class work was also nude by the
committee at Cohen's request.
The committee asked the chancellor to
make a statement calling for these
measures to allow the students to vote in
the Presidential election.
In approving a summer school
schedule for 1972, the committee called
for the elimination of Saturday classes.
Normal summer school class periods
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day when a suitcase and umbrella were needed as Chapel Hill felt the effects of
Hurricane Ginger for the second day. (Staff photo by Leslie Todd
whole." said Carolina coach Bill Doole .
"7 hex had some slip-ups. but they came
up with good plavs."
On offense, the line keeps showing the
glory oi inexperience. Did anyone lhar.V
the untested hnemen ouU equal the
perioTrrvance oi asl star's aW-seraoi
Apparently, no one except the
linemen themsehes. Tackles Bob Pratt
and Jerry Sain, guards Ron Rusnak and
Bill Newton (with assists from Robert
Walters) and center Bob Thornton have
powered UNC to 956 vards on the
Quarterback Paul Miller and wmgback
Lewis Jo '.ley got the rave reviews against
Maryland, for good reason. However,
tailback Ike Oglesby led the team with
10S vards rushing and was largely
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A two-day counseling period at the
beginning of the first summer School
session has been suggested by the group.
Faculty would be available to students
for academic consultation on Mav 2l and
Two week breaks bet w e e 1
commencement and the beginning o'
summer school and the end of the second
summer schc-ol session and the beginning
of the fall semester are included in the
His three tumuics maae tr.e game
close, true enough. wh Maryland v.oiir.5
two quick touchdowns from good field
But Og:esn s vu varas. m the first half
established Carolina's ground game, as
usual. He scored a rune-yard touchdown
m the second quarter, going the last four
yards with four Maryland ticklers at close
Fullback Geof Hamhn ran well, also,
and Johnny Coe'i has been a
Split end Larl Bethea remains a
mystery. His speed and hands cannot be
questioned, and yet MiUer has thrown at
him only once this season.
But rivalries have a way of screwing
things up. If not, Korsnick still has a
"next year" to look forward to.