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Wednesday. October 20. 1971
The Daily Tar Heel
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State Sen. John fijrr.ey (D-Ne
Hanover) introduced a bill to the N.C.
Senate -co-signed by a majority of
senators -which would have established a
legislative study com.Tiissiori on h:ghtr
education and ordered that committee to
report back to the 1973 sesuon of the
Scott and Burney met on the issue,
deciding a special session was the most
At this point, the tide seemed m favor
of the Consolidated University. The
initial personal attacks by the governer
quickly subsided as both sides did some
serious contemplating on the subject.
Neither side was m command, but both
felt a rest from the exhausting legislative
session would do the most good.
Shortly thereafter. Oct. 26 was
decided upon as the date for the special
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'I he Senior Class will sponsor their
annual Homecoming mum sale through
Thursday of this week, according to
Senior (Tjss President Lee Hood Capps.
The price of the corsages will be S2.
Students may purchase them from () a.m.
to 4 p.m. at residence colleges, Y-Court,
Chase Cafeteria, the Student Union and
the Undergraduate Library.
Proceeds from the sale will go into the
Molly Nicholson Memorial Scholarship.
The scholarship, established by the class
t '(V), is the first such award funded
rntirely by students.
The scholarship is awarded annually
to a deserving student on the basis of
1 manual need and future potential,
without restrictions involving academic
"In an age of declining traditions, this
is one of the only remaining ones on
campus," Capps said. "If we can sell
5.000 mums, the senior class can net
S3, 500 for the scholarship fund."
According to Capps, a number of
incentives are being offered to students
this ear to induce support for the sale.
YoMttjfoffiLil drivers subject of speeeli
Dr. Leon Goldstein, accident research
advisor of the Bureau of Surface
T ransportaion Safety, will be one of the
major speakers at the N.C. Symposium on
Highway Safety to be held here Thursday
doldstein is author of a report that
cited driving and riding with other youths
as the gravest threat facing America's
His topic during the symposium will
be "The Young Driver: Reckless or
Other major speakers include David
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of the month of August as both sides
retired to devre strategy and prepare f:r
the special session.
But late in August, the fight began to
heat up once more, reaching sis most
feverish pitch by the middle and late
portions of September. The Joir.t
Senate-House Higher Education
Committee planned a series o' hearings
for the middle of September to consider
restructuring. The hearings were to he
considered testing grounds for the
strength of the governor's proposals.
The University forces began their
counter moves almost simultaneously
with the announce men: of the hearings.
Sen. Burney and Rep. Ike Andrews
(D-Chatham ). a member of the powerful
UNC Board of Trustees Executive
Committee, both announced meetings for
fellow legislators m restructuring.
The meeting' were to be "schools'
taught by such experts as Friday,
Consolidated University Vict' President
Felix Jovm-r and nt"' University
- Students purchasing a corsage will be
given a numbered ticket and an
opportunity to win S10. The Senior CTa-s
Activities Committee has randomly
selected 25 ticket numbers out of the
5.000 they anticipate to sell, Capps said.
He said The Daily Tar Heel and the
Senior Class officers each have a sealed
envelope containing the numbers. The
Tar Heel will list the 25 numbers Friday,
and students with listed numbers may
collect S10 by presenting their ticket in
Suite C of the Student Union from 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Capps said.
Capps also pointed out that any
fraternity which buys 35 or more mums
will have them delivered to their house
Students who buy a corsage will be
able to pick up their mum at one of 10
distribution centers between 8:45 and 1 I
The distribution point will be stamped
on the student's ticket.
The flowers will be on sale at the four
gates of Kenan Stadium from 1 1 :30 a.m.
until game time.
on Highway Safely
Klein, professor of social sciences and
human development at Michigan State
University, and Donald Schuster,
professor of psychology at Iowa State
Fach of the speakers w ill be followed
by discussions by members of the UNC
Goldstein has done major work in the
field of driver education and accident
prevention. His paper, to be presented
during the symposium, will be "Youthful
Drivers as a Highway Safety Problem."
Prof. Dannie Moffie of the School of
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State senators were invited ;o
the Burney meet in WJmmgten on the
weekend of Sept. 17-1. Representatives
received inv::a:i:ns for the same weekend
at the conference organized by Andrew
m High Point.
These meetings caused tncticn in the
Democratic Party rarely seen outside ct
an election ear. A fund-raising rally had
been set by the party for this same
w-ekend at Atlantic Beach. Scott and
other psrty officials hinted at disloyalty .
But the legislative committee hearings
opened the week prior to the Andrews
and Burney meetings. Contrary to the
expectations of a hck ct interest m the
hearings, the conference rooms m Raleigh
were lively. The committee, determined
to assert its authority, summoned Friday
to Raleigh to appear along with other
officials. Friday said little m the way of
supporting a plan, allowing the past
position of the trustees to remain the
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Students will vote today for the 1971 Homecoming Queen.
Contestants are (I. to r.): Laurie Venning, Dolly Smith,
Business Administration will discuss the
Goldstein paper. Moffie pioneered in
highway safety research in the state,
studying differences between violaters
Klein has long been interested in
risk-taking behavior and the social
situations that promote it. He will speak
on "Youthful Driving as Deviant
The discussion on the Klein paper will
be led by Prof. Paul Fiddleman of the
Department of Psychology. A clinical
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:re held and a new
restructur.ng was put forward by them. It
called for strengthening the powers cf the
State Board of Higher Education but
retaining the Consolidated University .
group of UNC trustees, headed by High
Point businessman Jake Froelich,
endorsed the plan.
The group also revealed Scott had
been holding a seres cf private meetings
with Friday, state Board cf Higher
Education Director Cameron West and
other figures during September in order
to avoid the potentially bloody legislative
Following the close cf the public
hearngs. the committee took 3 rough
vote on what type of bill should be
wr.tten for presentation to the legislature
Oct. 26. A governing board won by a
large margin, signaling trouble for the
Sanders and Donna
psychologist, Fiddleman works with
disturbed adolescents and is especially
qualified to add insights to the
consideration of why young drivers
engage in extreme behavior.
Schuster has had continuing, interest in
problem drivers and in how to measure
and change their behavior. His paper,
"The Youthful Problem Driver," will be
discussed by Prof. William L. Walker of
the UNC School of Law.
Walker's research interests include the
problems posed by the merging of
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Faculty O.-b on
In his lone and
spea k to
wjde-rargcr.g speech, he denied that
anyone was cut to get the University but
called for it to take a positive stand on
Late that week. Friday took the
positive stand, with the approval of the
same powerful group of trustees which
endorsed the Ar.drews-3urr.e plan
Friday called for expand. r.g the
Consolidated University in phases to
include all lb state-supported
institutions. He asked for maintenance cf
the trustee board at the 100-man level
and for complete budget and program
control for the board. He made his
presentation to the suboomittee writing
A subcommittee rejected a number of
Friday's proposals in the bill which the
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psychology and law in today's culture.
Mis concern about various kinds of
deterrents and whether they achieve their
desired effect should have special
relevance to the case of the young driver.
The speeches and their discussions will
begin at 9 a.m. Thursday in the fourth
floor faculty lounge of Dey Hall. On
Friday morning, there will be an informal
discussion open to the public.
The symposium is co-sponsored by the
N.C. State School of Engineering, the
UNC School of Public Health and the
UNC Highway Safety Research Center.
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ir -.fd a eic later. It calljc! tor i
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ir.d the dissolution of the Cor.ol;dat: -Lr.:v-ni:ty.
Scott strongly erJorsed the
U"hen the University
Mor.-i) to consiJer the :sue. the.
endorsed the Fndav prosa! after i
heated and lengthy debate. Some trustee
called for the endorsement of th.
Andre s-Burne rU"1 -
the trustees to suprort the committer
When, the General As
u-ill have to consider the rroro-caN of t.v
committee and of the University
The final decision rests u:th tr..
General AssemMv -hack m the p : t . :
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the Jecon$t)IiJjt!o: strulc
The election to determine
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be held today.
Ballot boxes will be set up
front of the Student L'r.i, .
throughout the day. aeeordirtc :
Carolina Athletic Avsoeut: ..v
president Tom Pope.
The ijueen will be crounc!
Saturda- at half-time of tl
UNC-Wake l:oret came in Ken. :r.
The nominations f r
homecoming queen include: l.aune
Venning. Dolly Smith, Marione
Spruill, live l;ragakiN. Susan
Zimmerman. Iimmy Sanders. anJ
Donna Fry e.
Last year's ijueen uas Miss
Wendy Boulton. a UNC arsitv
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