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by Mark Whicker
In recent years, Wake Forest's football
and basketball teams have had an inexpli
cable psychological advantage over
The Deacon's have beaten Carolina five
out of six times in football, ar.d they
inflicted three straight basketball defeats
on the Tar Heels before Carolina won in
Carmichael Auditorium last February.
However, this pattern may have
changed with Wake's 14-13 victory list
year in Winston-Salem - the most painful
loss of the five.
Ever since then, the Tar Heels have
been pointing for today's Kenan Stadium
engagement, at 1:50 p.m., when a
regional ABC-TV audience will see
Carolina attempt revenge.
by Reggie Lester
A group of about 20 Granville West
residents added a new item to the dorm's
first floor lounge at 1 a.m. Friday - the
building manager's 1969 Volkswagen.
The manager, Bob Murdock, a 1969
Wake Forest University graduate, had
been vigorously supporting the Demon
Deacons footballl team this past week, in
anticipation of the UNC-Wake Forest
In response to Murdock's claims that
the Deacons would soundly defeat UNC,
the students brought his car into the
lobby to show their support for the Tar
The group pushed the Volkswagen
from the Granville parking lot and carried
it over a set of steps four feet high. They
then manuevered the car through open
glass double-doors and positioned the VW
in the elevator lobby, almost hidden from
Murdock was in his nearby first floor
apartment during the entire prank and
did not realize anything was amiss. He
said he was awake the entire time,
because he thought the dorm would be
lively before Homecoming weekend.
He said he first discovered the
Volkswagen at 8:20 a.m. Friday as he
walked to breakfast in the Granville
"My initial reaction was disbelief,"
Murdock said. "I just couldn't believe
they could get the car over the steps."
Murdock said he was glad it was a
"clean prank." "The students showed a
good sense of humor without doing any
damage," he said.
HilL Burney debate educational needs in N.C.
by Evans Witt
Proponents of two conflicting plans for
the future of state-supported higher
education reaffirmed their lack of
agreement in many areas in a debate here
State Sen. John J. Burney (D-New
Hanover) and Watts Hill Jr. engaged in a
heated but often humorous exchange of
ideas before a sparse crowd of about 50
persons in Hill Hall.
The debate was sponsored by the
Interfraternity Council (1FC) as the first
in its series of discussions of controversial
topics on campus.
Hill, a member of the State Board of
by Bill Lovin
Prospective candidates for vacant
Student Legislature (SL) seats and
freshman class offices must must file
nominating petitions with the Elections
Board by midnight Monday.
Candidates for SL seats in the Nov. 9
elections must have petitions signed by
25 residents of on-campus districts or 10
residents if they are running in an
Candidates for freshman class offices
must have petitions signed by at least 50
Nominating petitions may be filed with
the secretary in Suite C. Student Union,
from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday or given to
Elections Board Chairman Larry Fggert
Heels host Wake in Kenan
In an attempt to show the emotional
zeal going into this game, defensive tackle
Bud Gnssom led several Tar Heels under
the clippers of lineman Robert Walters
Tuesday. The shaven heads look
Wir.gback Bill S.'gler mockingly
attributed the shavings to the football
coaches' '"abuses"" that have been
criticized lately by ex-athletes and faculty
"They made us do it," Sigler quipped.
"It's just another example of the way
those coaches abuse the football players
Shaven heads alone will not stop Wake
Forest's dangerous offense, which has
rolled up nearly 1,000 yards in the last
The fabled Veer-T offense, led by
quart' . " ""ry Russell, rolled over the
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Bob Murdock, manager of Granville, must have been surprised early Friday morning
when he found his car parked in front of the lounge of Granville West. It seems he was
bragging too much about Wake Forest. (Photo by Joe Tyson)
Higher Education, expressed his support
for the legislative committee plan for
restructuring higher education which
would deconsolidate the Consolidated
University and establish a strong central
Burney continued his adamant
opposition to any restructuring until
"more study can be done."
"We haven't had time for a whole lot
of study, just a whole lot of plans have
been presented to us," Burney said,
explaining the role of the Joint
House-Senate Higher Education
He attacked the committee bill on
restructuring on a number of counts.
until the midnight deadline.
Candidates for legislature seats must be
residents of the district in which they are
running. Candidates for freshman class
offices must be members of the freshman
Eggert, whose appointment as
Elections Board chairman was approved
by Student Legislature Thursday night,
said, "all candidates must be students in
good-standing at UNC. No candidate may
run for office in more than one of the
three branches of Student Government.
And no person now holding office in
Student Government can run for any
other office without resinning his present
Vacancies for SL seats exist in Men's
District (MD) I with 4 seats. MD-II 4
scats. MD-III - 4 scats; MD-IV - 4 scats:
HeeLs for 264 ground yards in the upset
Fullback Larry 'opkms. ho gained
230 yards last week in the 51-21 rout of
Tulsa' and halfback Ken Garrett, v. ho
picked up 153, are the b3ckfie!d threats.
Coach Bill Dooley's eight-man front
will have to contend with one of the best
offensive Lines in the ACC. led by guard
Bill Bobbora 2nd center Nick Vrhovac.
Together the offensive unit rolled up 3
first downs on Tulsa and controlled the
ball for 101 plays, both Wake Forest
However, the Tax Heel defense stood
up to Notre Dame in the 16-0 loss last
week. Ends Gene Brown and Bill
Chapman and linebackers John Bunting
and Ricky Packard stalled the Irish four
times inside Carolina's 15. forcing three
Saturday. October 23,
Consolidated University (CU) President
William C. Friday's plan for expanding
the University also received a good deal
of criticism from Burney.
"This committee bill is the most
politically patched bill that has been
before the North Carolina legislature in
this century," he said.
Postponing any changes until a full
study can be completed is Burney 's goal.
Hill said he found himself in the
peculiar position of defending both the
committee's bill and Friday's plan in the
debate, as he opened w ith a brief history
of the higher education structure in
Hill criticized the General A.- - i.y
MD-VI - I seatiMD-VIII - 1 seat.MD-X
- 2 seats; and MD-XII - 1 seat.
In Women's Districts (WD): WD-I - 1
seat; WD-II - 2 seats. WD-III - 1 seat:
W D-IV - 1 seatiWD-V - 2 seats: WD-VI
- 2 seats: WD-VIII - 2 seats and WD-X -1
Freshman class offices open are
president, vice-president, secretary. .
treasurer, and social chairman.
Student Government holds elections
twice each year. The fall election is to fill
vacancies created by legislators moving
from districts or resigning and for
freshman class officers.
An announcement of vacancies in
Honor Court will be made next week. A
mandatory meeting for all candidates will
be held next week at a time to be
Bunting made 20 ta:ks and wen ACC
defensive heman of the week h ?n ors for
the second time this ear.
Terry Taylor, a promising scp horn ore.
stepped into m-ured J'hn Anderson's
shoes and phr.ei well, a? did tackle Pe:cr
On offense. Do;!ey h pes that tailback
Ike Oglesby is read, to play at full speed
this week. Ike's leg cramps have not
responded fully to treatment alter three
weeks, and since rain forced Tar Heel
workouts indoors the situation is still
Billy Hite and Ted Levrer.z have Ken
splitting the tailback chores. The running
of Hite and Geof Hamlm forced N:tre
Dame out of its regular pro defense earl,
in the first period and the team gamed l2
yards rushing. 32 over the average against
by Karen Pusey
Approval of the Graduate Professional
Student Federation (GPSF) constitution
was denied by voice vote in the Student
Legislature (SL) meeting Thursday night.
The bill, which would have allowed
GPSF to apply for the S3, 000 alloted to
them in the SL budget, generated an hour
of debate on the floor.
The money was set aside for graduate
student government, but the bylaws of
the GPSF constitution must be passed
before the budget can be formed and
approved by the SL Finance Committee.
Only then can GPSF use the funds,
according to Student Body Treasurer
Opposition to the bill centered around
a constitutional concern of whether
GPSF could have the S3, 000 and not be
considered an independent group as
TODAY: considerable cloudiness
with occasional showers; highs in
the mid 70s; low in the low 50s;
probability of precipitation 50 per
move in 1969 which made the regional
colleges into universities.
"That made North Carolina the
laughing stock of the nation with their
'instant universities'," he said. "You
ought to be a university in fact and not
just a university in name."
He also called for support for the
changes made in the higher education
structure by the committee proposal.
"You can't effectively operate an
educational system on a line-item
budget," he said, calling for adoption of
the lump-sum budget system.
The changes in the method of selecting
the board of governors, criticized by
Burney, were defended by Hill. He said
there is no more "disgraceful action"
than selection of the trustees in the
Following the opening statements, the
panelists responded to questions from the
audience. The audience included Friday
and CU Vice President of' Finance Felix
The finer points of the various plans
for higher education were brought out by
the questions and answers.
"You know the Consolidated
University is working now. so why charge
it?" Burney said.
Hill replied "If it's good for why
wouldn't it be good for 16"
Both panelists agreed that politics v.jj
not necessarily bad and would be
involved in state higher education. They
did not agree on the manner in which
politics could best be involved in the
Burney said certain provisions oi the
committee bill would prevent university
presidents from appearing before the
legislature on budget matkrv He also
claimed the bill look the power f
nominating the governing hojrd out !
the funds o the kdl.itors.
In Pa.! Miller. Caro-lma has a
quarterback as shirt;.' and resourceful as
Ruvll. He pas.se mainly to tight end
J : hn Co ell. split end Par! Bethea and
' ir.gback Le is J c 11 e .
In the line. Ron Ru-r.ak and Jerry Sain
-ill have the tak of Mocking 255-pound
de---r.? tackle Dick Chulada.
lake's defensive strength is centered in.
l.n;vacker Fd Sretr. Ed Bradley, and
la nr. Ca-se. "'we cannot allow Carolina
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week. "Our defense has taken a Irt of
pride in its development."
On big development wis provided b
shrewd Coach Ca! Stoll when he moved
Hanker Steve Bow den to defensive hack.
He ha h;red up a veteran secondary
intercepted a ke pass a; Virginia
Wake can hurt ou on special teams.
:th ace returner Junior Moore and the
specified in the GPSF constitution.
Rep. Gerry Cohen said, "The main
question is whether SL has the authority
to approve GPSF as a separate governing
GPSF7 President Daisy Junge said the
money was needed to maintain
communication among the graduate
students and within thGPSF organization.
She stressed approval of the
constitution would not necessarily
recognize GPSF" as a separate governing
body since that issue requires a
Miss Junge said GPSF now will try for
a student referendum. This bill is
presently being considered by the
Finance Committee and is expected to be
reported out within three or four weeks.
Another bill defeated in the meeting
concerned a constitutional amendment to
give the student body vice president, the
speaker, a vote to break ties in
Those in favor of the bill cited the
importance of the vice president's vote in
resolving SL ties to allow the body to
proceed to other matters.
Opponents of the bill argued that since
the vice president is neither a
representative of a specific constituency
nor a member of SL, he should not be
allowed a deciding vote.
Cohen said the 20-14 vote to defeat
the bill represented the
conservative-liberal split in SL.
In other action, SL passed by voice
vote a bill establishing the procedure for
impeachment of Student Government
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Jeannetlc Nhite. a Carolina coed, ran past the Undergraduate Library Friday in an
attempt to get out of the rain. Looks like she was really in a huny . (Staff photo by
Scott Stewart )
kicking of Chuck Ramsey. who booted j
-i yard field goal earlier m the ear.
The DeacV t o losses ere 23-10 to
Miami and 15-14 at State, a freak defeat
in which Wake gamed 401 yards on th
ground but cou'.drt get around w -'.track
tackle Br.an Krueger.
Bunting presents the same obstacle - a
mob;; stroc defede
He also stood out as a predictor Ian
week. Earlier :n the season, he said
Carolina's defense w oc'.d hold Notre
Dame to 14 points.
Thanks largely to Bunting. the almost
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Then he sa d Wake Forest would pay
dearly for the 14-15 lo last year
Uith Ogleb healths, with Miller
hitting his receivers, and w-.th the shaven
heads Hunting Wake's veer. Bunting ma
be rcht auin.
Founded February 23, 1893
SL also passed an amendment to the
general elections laws which changes the
time polls open and close from 10
a.m. -7:30 p.m. to 10 a.m. -6:30 p.m.
The amendment provides petitions for
nominations to SL seats be submitted by
midnight Monday and nominations for
Honor Court be submitted by 5 p.m.
SL defeated another bill which called
for a student referendum to change the
school from "Hark the Sound" to
"Carolina on My Mind."
SL approved the appointment of Larry
Eggert as Elections Board chairman and
passed the following appointments:
Honor Court representatives:
MD IV Dick Bradshaw
MD VI Glenn Helms
MD XI Rick Molen
MD XI Peny Henson
Thirty-one members of the Attorney
SL seated three new appointed
representatives: Steve Balcorn - MD I,
Bill Pulley - MD IV, and Dorothy Davis
- Women's District (WD) VIE
Representatives not present: Berry
Perez - MD VII, Frank McNair - MD IX.
Maryhn Brock - WD II, Robert Smith -MD
II, Cindy Lindsey - WD VI and
Ralph Yount - MD XI.
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