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Vol. 80, No. 40
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RALEIGH- The legislature s higher
education committees, on a 19-13 vote,
approved Friday a sweeping
reorganization of pubhc hjgher education
that would bring all 16 state-supported
institutions under a single governing
The committee action cleared the way
for the General Assembly to act on the
controversial restructuring plan at the
Oct. 26 special session even though the
committ;es planned to hold a formal
meeting after the session.
The House and Senate higher
education committees, meeting jointly,
made few changes in the 25-page bill
adopted Thursday by a subcommittee.
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An unidentified student took a second look as he passed by the Association of Women Students sign in the Pit.
(Staff photo by Scott Stewart)
Visit set Nov. 4-10
Toronto project underway
by Lynn Lloyd
The Toronto Exchange - in its tenth
year underway for another year with
new members, new excitement and new
ideas, according to its planners.
Co-Chairman Vince Kopp and Edith
Davis are making plans for the visit of 30
students of the University of Toronto to
UNC November 4-10.
Thirty UNC students will visit Toronto
The Canadian students will live with
their hosts or hostesses for the week-long
visit here. Various activities are planned
In South Bend
by Mark Whicker
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - The Golden
Dome, Fair-Catch" Corby,
"Touchdown" Jesus, Notre Dame
Stadium, Ara Parseghian, Ford LTD
Carolina's chances of beating Notre
Dame today will be a lot better if the Tar
Heels can avoid thinking about any of
these symbols of Fighting Irish football
Not that the Tar Heels don't have
enough on their minds already.
The past week of press conferences,
confrontations and charges have
undoubtedly distracted the minds of the
players. On top of that, Carolina cannot
take comfort in last week's 39-27 loss to
Tulane, a sordid exhibition of musical
touchdowns that tarnished the four
previous Tar Heel victories.
And certain things about the Notre
Dame mystique cannot be ignored.
Things like the Irish record - only
nine losses since Parseghian became coach
Things like Notre Dame's defense -
agreeing that the proposed board should
have powers over both budgets and
The committees aLso agreed by a 21-14
margin that boards of trustees for the
individual campuses should have no
powers not specifically granted by the
32-member board of governors.
That decision came after the most
heated debate of the day and spelled
defeat for an amendment offered by Rep.
J. P. Huskins (D-Iredell).
Huskins had hoped to give the local
boards at least eight specified powers,
including authority over intercollegiate
athletics, endowments and admissions.
The committees agreed with Rep.
Sneed High (D-Comberland), however,
who said the boards of governors would
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for the group to give all an opportunity
to know each other and to allow the
Toronto people to learn about the South.
Seminars, speakers, trips and outings
add to the variety. This year, all 64
members of the exchange will attend the
UNC-Clemson game and the Jethro Tull
A square dance in the Tin Can Friday
night, a talent show given by members of
the UNC group Sunday and roller skating
Monday are just a few of the activities
Chancellor J. Carlyle Sitterson will
speak at a luncheon at the Carolina Inn
after the group arrives. Consolidated
only 16 points allowed in four games
against people like Northwestern,
Michigan State, Miami and Purdue.
Things like the no. 7 ranking the Irish
got in the AP poll this week a flattery
to most teams and unmitigated insult
Things like Notre Dame's proclivity
for running up big scores against
outmanned opponents - although that
hasn't been happening this year because
the Irish pack has about as much aerial
power as a rookie Egyptian fighter pilot.
That is the silver lining on the cloud
that hangs over the Tar Heels' upset
chances. Notre Dame has been reduced to
running the ball, and Carolina's defense
has been stingy in that department.
Parseghian's best quarterback, Bill
Etter, suffered torn ligaments at Miami
and is out for the season. Pat Steenberge,
who has trouble going mobile, and Cliff
Brown, still getting over his sophomore
jitters, are the signal-callers.
The runners are Bob Minnix, John
Ciesczkowski, Bill Gallagher, Greg Hill
(from Pilot Mountain, N.C.), Larry
Parker, Darryl Dewan and Andy Huff.
Only Hill is a real breakaway threat, and
he won't start.
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give the boards of trustees those powers
"as a matter of course."
The only other major point of
controversy in the five and a half hour
debate produced a change m the method
of nomination of members of the board
of governors by the legislature.
The group adopted an amendment
giving the nominating authority to a
special committee that includes the
president pro tempore of the Senate and
the speaker of the House.
Also on the eight-member group
would be the Lieutenant Governor, the
House majority leader, the minority
leaders of both houses and both higher
education committee chairmen.
The present UNC Board of Trustees is
nominated by a much larger ad-hoc
University President William C. Friday
will speak at a dinner Sunday.
Parties and meals offered by local
organizations and dorms are included in
the plans. A sherry party will be given by
Anne Queen, honorary chairman of the
Toronto Exchange, Tuesday evening for
all members of the exchange before the
The UNC students will travel to the
University of Toronto in January. UNC
members of the exchange will be selling
programs and food at the next two
football games to raise money for their
Toronto trip. They will sponsor a
vegetarian dinner homecoming weekend.
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At wide receiver, Tom Gatewood is
still an All-American, but he gets very few
chances to catch the ball because of the
inability of the quarterbacks to throw
it. That obvious fact probably ruins his
chances of winning national honors ag3in.
John Dampeer, Don Novakov and Jim
Humbert lead a fierce offensive line that
takes defenses like a baseball crowd takes
hot dogs - with relish.
On defense, Carolina is led by
defensive end Eugene Brown, linebackers
John Bunting and Ricky Packard and
tackle Bud Grissom. And, remember,
Richard Stilley intercepted two passes
Brown has been a fantastic surprise,
rushing the passer with abandon and skill.
He may be a real problem for the Irish,
especially Steenberge, who needs time to
Notre Dame's defense has everything,
the front four of Walt Patulski, Greg
Marx, Fred Swedsen and Mike Kadish is
by all odds the best in the country.
Linebackers Eric Patton, Rick
Thomann, Jim Muscarez and Jim
O'Malley are quick and sure tacklers.
The defensive backfield of All-America
nominating committee of the General
The board of governors, as
recommended by the committees, would
take over the operation of the public
higher education system July 1, 1973.
An interim group, consisting of 15
representatives of the Consolidated
University of North Carolina and 1 5
representatives of the other public
institutions plus two members of the
Board of Higher Education and the
governor, would take control next July 1.
The interim group would start working
on the reorganization Jan. 1, and the
restructuring would go into effect six
High has maintained the interim group
would be unworkable because
representatives of both the Consolidated
University and the regional institutions
would be on it.
The committees voted down his
recommendation that the temporary
board be enlarged to include the entire
Consolidated University board and 60
representatives of the other institutions.
The chairman of the Senate Higher
Education Committee had mixed
emotions about the bill's fate in the
legislature after the divided vote.
by Woody Doster
A resolution calling for a referendum
on the question of establishing a separate
graduate student government was
introduced into Student Legislature (SL)
The resolution specifies Nov. 14 as the
latest date for the referendum. The
measure was referred to SL's Finance
Committee for study.
Articles I-XVII of the resolution are
concerned with changes in the Student
Constitution that would make the
constitution's provisions applicable only
to undergraduates. Article XVIII seeks to
change provisions of the elections law
that the Graduate and Professional
Federation (GPSF) thinks "unfair."
The article would provide joint
administration of the referendum by the
Student Government (SG) Elections
Board and the Rules and Elections
Committee of SF. Each of the two
agencies would be able to establish and
supervise a maximum of 20 polling places
on campus at locations of their own
choosing. The polling places would be
open for a maximum period of 48 hours.
TODAY: Partly cloudy with
highs in the low 80's, lows in the
low and middle 50's; a chance of
showers and thundershowers
Clarence Ellis, Ralph Stepaniak and Mike
Crotty has been playing together well for
three years. It may be the best all-around
unit in the nation.
Ike Oglesby's presence in the lineup
would be quite helpful. He was missed
against Tulane, for the Tar Heels couldn't
control the ball on offense and then
watched it sail over them for
touchdowns on defense.
Quarterback Paul Miller is a fine
scrambler and an accurate passer to tight
end John Cowell and wingback Lewis
Jolley. Split end Earl Bethea is also a
But Patulski and company are quick
enough to trap most quarterbacks. Since
few people have been able to establish a
ground game against the Irish, Miller may
have to take his chances.
Carolina has the tenth best rushing
attack in the country, and contrary to
popular belief the Irishmen can be
blocked, tackled and maybe beaten.
They usually block, tackle and beat
you, however. Every break will be needed
for the Tar Heels to pull out "mission:
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A Carolina soccer player drove for the goal Friday in the Tar HeeLs' ictory over
East Carolina. UNC won 4-0. See story, page 3. (Staff photo by Scott Stewart)
"We are essentially asking for a
procedure that guarantees equality for
graduate students," said GPSF Senate
President Jim Becker. "We have no
intention of questioning the integrity of
the Elections Board."
Becker explained that many graduate
students have classes only two days a
week. To illustrate, he said, for graduate
students with Monday- Wednesday
classes, a Tuesday referendum would
make voting a hardship.
"We would like to put our polling
places in graduate departments," Becker
said. "At present, the polling place in
Craige is the only one convenient for
Student Body President Joe St3llings
said the separate elections board
provision is "blatantly unconstitutional."
"The constitution doesn't provide for
two separate groups to set up elections,"
he said, "only the Elections Board."
Stallings added only SL can determine
the number and placement of ballot
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Hall. If your mind's right, it looks like a bird.
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boxes. He said he believes elections
should last no longer than a day. "By
extending the length of time the ballot
boxes are open, you multiply the
possibility of voting irregularities." he
Stalling raised the possibility that
graduate students who hive no reason to
be on campus the day of the referendum
could vote by absentee bullet. "It is my
personal opinion that those students
should qualify under the hardship clause
of the absentee voting requirements." he
Stallings indicated cases of this type
would have to be decided individually on
the basis of hardship.
"In considering this constitutional
change," Stallings said, "I think the
Finance Committee should investigate the
ramification of establishing a second
He asked the committee to consider
whether the proposed technical changes
would alter the constitution proper or
upset the student fee policy.
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