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More than $20,000 of damage was done
as fire gutted the building Sunday morning.
-NC panel to dicm football
A panel discussion on
"Competitive Football and
Excellence: Are They Compatible?" will
be held at 8 p.m. Thursday in 104 Howell
The discussion, sponsored by the local
chapter of the American Association of
University Professors (AAUP) and the
Carolina Forum, was to include as
panelists athletic director Homer Rice,
religion professor Arnold Nash, physical
education professor Carl Blyth,
Committee of Concerned Athletes
chairman Bill Richardson, and associate
professor of psychiatry, Dr. William
by Mark Whicker
Carolina's defense finally put the
brakes on wake Forest's veer offense
Saturday afternoon in Kenan Stadium,
but it took a lot of stopping distance.
The Deacons kept driving to Carolina's
goal on two agonizing time-consuming
thrusts in the fourth quarter, ending up
with an SO-yard total offense edge on the
Tar Heels, as 44,000 rain-soaked fans held
their breath and tried not to remember
The defense, however, remembered all
too well, and stopped Larry Hopkins on
the five-yard-line to preserve a 73
Hopkins, a rambling fullback who
teamed with quarterback Larry Russell to
nip ti.e Tar Heels 14-13 in
Winston-Salem last year, had already
converted one fourth-down situation in
He had carried 33 times for 141 yards.
He needed four yeards here, on the
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Two students were
injured. (Staff photo
However, Rice said Saturday he was
planning to withdraw from the panel
because of his understanding the
discussion would include the death of Bill
Arnold, a football player who collapsed
of heat prostration Sept. 6, and died
"As far as Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, the
football coaches, the players, and I are
concerned," said Rice, "that subject is
"I will be glad to talk to anyone,
anytime about our athletic program here
at Carolina, but not about the Arnold
case at this time."
Moderator of the discussion will be
Carolina eight with 20 seconds to go, and
The Tar Heel defense blitzed to the
other side, and so it was left for Bud
Grissom, Ricky Packard, John Bunting
and Bill Chapman to smother Hopkins
inches from the first down and wrap up
"It's our full measure of revenge for
last year," Bunting assured writers after
At the beginning, it appeared to be a
much easier task.
Carolina was, to put it mildly, ready.
Russell, a resourceful some would say
conniving operator of Wake's veer
offense, was belted twice by Bunting on
the first series of downs.
Probably as a result, Russell used
Hopkins 34 times and halfback Ken
Garrett 21 times. He called his own
number 17 times and gained only 18
The hard rush and the rain also
discouraged him from throwing. He
attempted two, hit none, and Garrett
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Monday, October 25, 1971
by Cliff Kolovson)
Dan Pollitt of the Law School. Other
speakers will be Student Body President
Joe Stallings, Faculty Council chairman
Dan Okun and alumni secretary Clarence
Dr. Henry Landsberger, newly elected
president of the AAUP chapter, said
Sunday the panel will not inquire further
into the Arnold death.
"We simply want to inquire into the
relationship between football and
academics at Carolina," he said. "We're
out to explore issues, problems and
"This hopefully will not be a two-sided
discussion: not just pro and con
threw a pass that was intercepted by Lou
Angelo on the Carolina eight in the last
When Carolina took the ball on the 42
in the first period, Geof Hamlin switched
from fullback to tailback and crashed the
line for 30 yards in the drive.
Quick pitch plays from inspired
quarterback Paul Miller to Hamlin and
Ted Levrenz picked up ten and nine yards
right off the bat. Hamlin's charges finally
ended at the eight, where Levrenz took
off behind the blocking of Miller, Bob
Walters and John Cowell for an eight-yard
The Tar Heels got the ball right back
and Miller, one of several Heels who
shaved their heads last week for
"enthusiasm," as Bunting would later say,
ran for 16 yards behind Ron Rusnak's
Then Levrenz fumbled and Wake's Ed
Bradley recovered on the Deac 46, and
the defense carried the rest of the day.
Garrett took a pitch 21 yards to set up
one of the oddest field goals seen in
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UNC Students cheer their beloved Tar Heels on (left) as
umbrellas sprout to protect the fans from the torrential
Eve Fragakis (center) smiles at her escort as she is
crowned UNC Homecoming Queen 1971.
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gutted the r
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fraternity men and causing
estimated S200.000 damage.
Jim Parker, a junior from Goldsboro.
and Richard Kennedy, a junior from
Columbia, S.C.. reportedly sustained
second degree bums over 30 percent of
their bodies as they attempted to flee the
blazing house through the mam staircase.
Both were in fair condition Sunday
in the burn unit of the Intensive Care
section of N.C. Memorial Hospital.
Vernon Glenn, DKE chapter secretary,
estimated damage to the building at more
than S200.000 and some individuals
estimated their personal losses at more
The oricin of the fire had not been
football," he said. "Of course, we are not
naive about some of the feelings of the
"This will not be a confrontation
between two sides, because heated
discussion will not add to the solutions."
Landsberger said the discussion was
not entirely prompted by the charges of
the Concerned Athletes Committee,
which has called for a re-investigation of
Bill Arnold's death.
"In essence, we're discussing the same
things about football and athletics that
people have been talking about for
years," he said. "This just seems more of
a controversial subject now.
Kenan Stadium a Chuck Ramsey
special that floated 40 yards, bounced on
the crossbar, and fluttered through.
The rest of the day, Ramsey and
Carolina's Nick Vidnovic held their own
punting contest. The Deacon boomed
seven punts for a 48.3 average, while
Vidnovic kept Wake in close confines
with his seven boots, averaging 46.6.
In the second period, Wake took the
ball on its 29, 20 and 20 yard lines. Each
time, Russell slowly got the veer in gear,
mostly through Hopkins, but the Deacs
only got to the Heel 44. That was due to
a personal foul penalty, and Ramsey
missed a field goal to end the half.
Wake's plight was aggravated in the
third period, with Vidnovic nailing the
Deacons to the 16, 20 and 20 yard lines.
Ramsey had a better average, but UNC
had Rusty Culbreth returning the punts
for respectable gain.
The Deacon offense could not get out
of its own territory, but the defense
would eventually hold Carolina without a
first down in the second half.
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JetermL-.ed Sur.day. The fire apparently
the television room on the first
the Columbia Street structure
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said several of the fraternity
smelled something burning m
the television room at 5:30 a.m. Sundav.
reportedly marched but were
to find anv blaze.
The fire broke out within 30 minutes
of the search and quickly spread to the
second and third floors of the house
where about 30 fratemit members live.
The Chapel Hill Fire Department was
notified simultaneously at 6: 10 a.m. by a
Chapel Hill policeman and the night clerk
at the Carolina Inn across Cameron
Avenue from the houe.
Through the efforts of Edwin Caldwell,
Jr.. long-time employe of the fraternity,
and several fraternity members, the
sleeping residents of the house were
Several people were taken from the
second and third floors with ladders by
the Chapel Hill Fire Department when
the fire fighters arrived at 6:20 a.m. A
number of people jumped from the
windows to escape the flames.
Bill Brenizer, a sophomore DKE
member from Charlotte, and Ann
Godfrey, a sophomore from New Orleans,
Louisiana, jumped from the second floor
of the burning house. They were taken to
N.C. Memorial Hospital for examination.
Both were treated and released
following an examination which showed
no injuries from the two-story fall.
'They were all really lucky to get out
of there with as few injuries as they did,"
Chapel Hill Fire Chief E.L. Lloyd said
following the extinguishing of the blaze.
Lloyd said about 50 firemen were
called in to fight the blaze, including a
The Deacons finally opened the fourth
period on the 35, and Hopkins went to,
work, carrying six times to the Carolina
Garrett and Hopkins both got the first
down on fourth down situations; the
drive ate up over eight minutes and was
stopped only when Wake got fancy.
Angelo's interception came with 6:18 to
Miller could not move the Heels, but
Vidnovic came to the rescue with a
65-yard punt that bounced off Frank
Fussell's foot. Another personal foul,
however, set the Deacons up on the 46
with 4:04 to play.
It was Hopkins and Garrett again, and
Hopkins finally drove 13 yards to the
Twice Bill Chapman stopped Wake
runners, setting up third down. Russell
had to stop the clock (he had been
delaying matters with repeated
complaints about the wet ball and the
loud crowd ) so he threw incomplete to
Garrett at the sideline.
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UNCs John Bunting (right) catches Larry Russell for a
loss: the tenacious Tar Heel defense was the key as Carolina
defeated Wake Forest, 7-3, to take the lead in the Atbntic
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extinguish. The fire was
quickly on the first floor
Llovd said, but the blaze
and third floors was more stubborn ar
difficult to attack.
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onpn of the fire.
Some fratemits members sreular
that fauIt firing in the television nx
had caused the fire. Others indicated the
possibility that a lighted cigarette
dropped accidentally on a couch or rug
could have started the blaze.
The DKE Alumni .-Uwutior. had
voted Saturday morning m (hapel H ill to
raise the money to rewire the house.
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be rebuilt as soon as possible
"We've called a special meeting of the
Alumni Association this Sunday)
afternoon to start plans for rebuilding,"
the chapter secretary said.
The new wing of the fraternity house,
behind the old main wing, suffered only
smoke damage in the blaze. Glenn sjiJ
that portion of the house is expected to
be back in use within a week.
cloudiness, chance of showers and
thundershowers; high in the mid
60's, low in the low 50"s, chance of
precipitation 50 percent.
At fourth down, Carolina rose to the
Defensively there were many heroes.
Packard, whose responsibility was the
formidable Hopkins (who outweighed
Packard by 13 pounds) made tackle after
tackle. Bunting dropped his calling cards
In the end. Wake had a right to feel
dejected. After outgaining the Tar Heels
and making two big drives in the last
quarter, the Deacs were beaten by inches.
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