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Thursday. October 1. 1971
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i 'r;svTMty's case; in private. Bill Friday
v.iS certainly been working to protect the
He has appeared before legislators and
.,-mmittees in both public and private
meetings to outline the Consolidated
University structure. Many of these
J:suvsions were much more than just
On Oct. 7, Friday told the Joint
House-Senate Subcommittee on Higher
I ducation he would support a statewide
governing board, and that he would
present that position to the board of
Friday's proposal would extend the
( onvhdated University to cover all of
the universities. But the subcommittee
'''ted to have a strong centra! board not
Trie new Student Consumer Protection
Group will hold an organizational
meeting at 7:30 p.m. today in the
The group, sponsored by Student
Government and the Graduate and
Professional Student Federation, will be
open to both graduate and undergraduate
"The gjoup will concentrate on
consumer problems in Chapel Hill and the
surrounding area which affect the
student," said Lilona Smith, chairman of
the organization. "We have not decided
on specific goals because it will depend
on the size of the group and what they
want to do."
Miss Smith said the Consumer
5c to 2c
1334 E. Franklin St
0tN HON. THROUGH SAT.
provides a chilling fas
cination and a film so
beautiful in its depiction
of an era and so multi
leveled in its implication
that I defy you to look
away from the screen
for its duration. Berto
lucci's subtleties, his
poetic passages and
agery are overwhelm
Judith Crist Ne Yck Magar.ne
7:15 A Q;2(1
LATE SHOWS-1 1:30 p.m.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
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- J.'1"1 !U i' I
1 RS 3:05. 5:10.
fight education battle
built r.n the foundation of the University.
Those two proposals hive once again
split the University from the Scott-led
forces. And compromise must come next
Cameron West has been a member of
the Board of Higher Lducation s:n;e
1966. He and Friday have differed m the
past on what role their two agencies
should take m governing higher
Like Friday, West is a low-key but
Larly in the restructuring battle, it was
thought Scott was pushing West as the
top administrator for the new educational
system. But in recent weeks S.ott has
indicated it would be preferable to have
Friday as top man and West in the
Protection Group was originally
established by the graduate students.
"I worked on the Student Government
Protection Service last year, but that
broke up and is not going to be started
this year," she said. "I have become
chairman of the graduate service, just
recently formed, but I do not want it
limited to graduate students only."
The new chairman said she would like
to see students representing each school
in the University support the group.
"I want an organization that will
accomplish something," Miss Smith said.
"What the group undertakes and whether
or not we are successful will depend on
the number of people who support us."
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Chapel Hill 942-3143 (Deoler No. 011885' Dial Durham 544-3711
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LAST SCANDALOUS JOHN
J. Paul Moore Reg. Licensed
Don L. Register Opticians
Lenses Duplicated - Sunglasses
Contact Lenses and Accessories
OUR BEAUTIFUL LOCATION IN UNIVERSITY SQUARE
number two spot for an new structure.
West told The Charlotte Observe:
recently: "It is a wonder that students
have tolerated for so long outmoded
conceptions of who they are and what
they want to do with then Lves."
Whatever the outcome of the
legislature session next week. Cameron
West will be involved m the new
East Carolina University President Leo
Jenkins was the prime mover behind the
regional university program which was
begun initially in 1967 and completed to
include all state-supported schools in
A possible gubernatorial candidate m
176, it is Jenkins who has been most
effective m supporting the rights of
non-Consolidated University schools.
Sen. Ruvsell Kirby and Rep. Perry
Martin are the heads of the Senate and
House committees on higher education.
Both Kirby and Martin have
consistently supported Gov. Scott's
position calling for a single board - at
least since the joint comirrttee
hearings began m September. Both have
had a hand in shaping the bill which will
be presented to the General Assembly, an
influence which has not been widely
What their role will be in the
upcoming session is uncertain, since the
power of their joint chairmanship of the
bill-writing committee will diminish as
the debate hits the legislative floor.
Sen. John J. Burney (D-New Hanover)
and Rep. Ike Andrews (D-Chatham) have
been major defenders of the University in
the restructuring fight.
AND SEETHING... ART
William Wolf. Cue Magazine
U M lILII itll
RENT A PINTO FOR
$4 a day plus mileage
THE MOBIL GAS
2 POPULAR BRANDS OF YOUR
FAVORITE BEVERAGE AT
$5 A CASE
WE HAVE THE LOWEST PRICES
IN TOWN I
COME OUT AND SEE.
DELIVERY AT NIGHT FOR LARGE ORDERS
OF BEER AND WINE
Mobil gas &
- - " 1 ' 1
about the special sessicn. The
pair prepared a bill in June which wo-ld
investigate the education isue and report
back to the 193 General Asserr.bN .
The strength of the Burr.ey -Andrews
coalition was such that Gov. Scott was
forced to back down from his position of
getting legislation during the regular
Both Burney and Andrews also held
meetigs in September for legislators to
discuss the special session and the entire
restructuring issue. Once again. Gov. Scott
blasted the "pair, as a regul.rlv -Scheduled
fund-raising event for the Democratic
Party was slated that weekend.
At this point Andrews, a UNC trustee,
is felt to have more influence than
Burney. who as chairman of the Senate
Finance Committee wielded a great deal
of power during the regular legislative
Andrews has publicly expressed favor
with the central board concept, provided
it is built on the Consolidated University.
However. Bumey is retaining his position
that the Board cf Higher Education
should be strengthened and the
Consolidated University should not be
It is doubtful that Burney's position
will be accepted, but both men should be
influential figures when the legislature
acts on the question next week.
(Tomorrow: Insight takes a look at the
various plans to improve A'.C higher
Two free drafts with any dinner on
Tues., Wed., & Thurs.
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Union. Oct. 18-31. Pictures tJ-en No. 1- 03.
FOR SALE: 1970 050 Viaha D-S6 S. toa3
D'e. S300. partially rebuilt sore ne engine
parts, rnust sen. neC) moey. Can 940-1 710
FOR SALE: T E AC 4010 SU Tape Dec v. S305.
RCA Ccior TV $150. Vcmtosn 075 Power
Anp $225. Coe by Town and Ca mpus Arts.
E-10. or call 489-7080.
1969 Volkswagen BEETLE sedan f-.r we.
Clean, good condition. Call Duiha-i 4S91037
evenings for details.
FOR LEASE: Room and board contract for
Granville Towers west. Can 933-0651.
FEMALE ROOVWATE needed to snare 2
bedroom, fully furnisned. University Gardens
Apartment. beginniri9 Nov. 1. Rent $45
monthly. Please call immediately - 929-1962.
THE CAROLINA UNION GALLERY NEEDS
PEOPLE INTERESTED IN ART. ANY
STUDENT WITH AN INTEREST IN
PHOTOGRAPHY. CRAFTS. EXHIBITS.
VARIOUS DEMONSTRATIONS. ART SALES.
SPEAKERS. OR WHATEVER IS ASKED TO
CALL OR COME BY SUITE A. UPSTAIRS IN
THE UNION. Hank Wall. 9 33-1 15 7.
Two Young Cats free to good homes. One black
male, one yellow female, both gentle. Phone
967-3197 between 5:30 6:30 p.m.
JOB OFFER: DEPENDABLE person need for
10 hours per week to take care of animals.
Good pay. Phone 942-4089 before 9 a.m.
FOR SALE: 1971 Blue CB450 less than 900
miles, with 2 helmets (XL & SM), luggage rack,
& waterproof cover, $950. Call 967-5845.
Two female roommates wanted to share
3-bedroom apt. immediate or Jan. 1 occupancy.
Upperclassmen or graduate students. $50 a
month. Near campus. Call 929-7223.
A lot of sound
for a little money.
Sony Model 252-D Solid-State Stereo Tape Deck
On a limited buGget? Here is fac-s
performance at an unbeiievab'y !o
On a limited budget? Here is famous Sony qja'.ty ad
performance at an unbei.evably low pce'
TROY'S HAS IT FOR
113 North Colon :;42-31f2
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MAv RADIO M A M V E R L U N D
mo- 1 1 O-AC-VMF (160 0 meters), i.e new.
$105. Free etris. injennji. etc Rsncy
AR-13tD A.rcrat Monitor wtn Ante-mi. $35.
Bctn $ 150. 683-56 10.
THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
For ncte delivery veryice m Capel Hut i'tt
can Don at 967-6S06
Two female roommites wirt to seU teir (e.us
in Grinv.Me Soutn. Can 9r6 50t 8
RECORDS FOR SALE-RECORDS FOR SALE
Over 1.00 albums (Rock, folk, classical. Soul,
etc.) Where: 105B North St.. across from new
NCNB Drive-ln Ban. When: Wed. Oct. 00
tnroun Thursday. Oct 30. 4-8 p.m. Puce
$.50 to $0.50.
FOR SALE: 160 Honda. 1966 Helmet md tool
kit included. $175 o best offer. Needs some
alternator woik. Come ty 33 Old East, no
Two Bedroom Unfurnished University Gardens
apt. for November 1st occupancy. $150 a
month includes water. CaH 940-1037
FOR SALE: Smqie mattress and bo springs.
$ 1 5, good condition. 967-2763 niqht 4.
FOR SALE : 7 qood tickets to UNC-W F.
homecoming qame. 4 tixjether. 2 together. & 1
single. Call 967-6892 LATE AFTERNOONS .
EVENINGS Not after 10 p m.
DESPERATELY Need 2 bedroom apartment or
house (perhaps one bedroom) for second
semester. Also two Granville West leases to
exchange or sell. Call 933 2693.
Four premium SO yard line tickets available for
UNC-WF game. Call 929-1880 Thursday.
5 10 p.m. only. No calls at other times
considered. Serious offers only, please. f
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