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Vol. 80, No. 57
by Reygie Lester
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An .inti-w.ir prf)iyarn p.:i..rcJ t the
Stinicri! Mobihation Committee to 1 nd
the War in Vietnam (SMC) Wcdne J.i
night attracted only 15 people.
Wilbur Hobby, president of the M,ite
AH -CIO, was invited to speak at the
SMC teach-in but he did not attend.
Bruce ifutton. ip4.csm,!!! tor SMC. Mid
Hobby had indicated he would "'he dad"
to speak at the meetine.
Anions those present were a UNC
professor and a member of N.C. Veterans
The state AH.-CIO oi'icc said Hobby
was "out-of-town" and did not know
when he would return, Hutton said. When
Ifutton contacted the labor leader's
home, he said, Hobby's son said lie did
not know where his father was or when
he would return.
Larry Kessler, assist int professor of
history, gave a short description of the
present situation of the Indo-China war.
"The war is not winding down,
contrary to what President Nixon says,"
Kessler said. "Nixon is now responsible
for more bombing tonnage in Indo-China
than the entire tonnage of bombs
dropped in World War II and the Korean
He also cited figures indicating the
nam tx-r of civilian casualties were
A heated exchange between Kessler
and Jeffrey B. C.ayner, a member of t lie
Vietnam Veterans for a Just Peace,
followed Kcssler's presentation.
(ianer said lie thought Kcssler's
summar was "a superficial one." The
two began to argue about Communist
involvement in Cambodia and the
overthrow of governments in South
Vietnam and Cambodia.
Clary Martin, representative of the N.C.
Veterans for Peace, arrived late for the
next meeting and joined the discussion.
Three members of the Camnus
Conservative Society passed out leaflets
concerning the organi?ation's program at
the meeting. Sam Francies. a member of
the Conservative Society . also joined the
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Remember those nice sunny days when the air was warm and there was nothing
better to do than to look at the sunset over a beautiful blue lake. No more. Cold
weather is upon us and Jack Frost has made his first visit. (Photo copyright 1971
Clifford Kolovson )
blections will be held Tuesday to select
freshman class officers and to fill
vacancies in Student Legislature and
Polling places for the elections are the
Student Union, V Court, the Scuttlebutt,
the Naval Armory, Granville Cafeteria.
Mclver. Fverett, Muncum, Connor, Cobb.
Parker, Morrison. James and Fhringhuus.
Larrv Fsisiert. chairman of the
Flections Board, announced Thursday the
candidates who will appear on the ballot.
Candidates for freshman class president
are Mike Stephens. Fred Stern and Ken
Siroup. Vice presidential candidates are
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Friday, November 5, 1971
James Gaul and Sid Harden. Bill Putnam
is the only candidate for treasurer. There
are no candidates for secretary or social
Student Legislature candidates are:
Men's L istrict (MD) I (four seats) -
Stephen Balcome, David Boone. Robert
Gradv, Richard Hallvvood, Phil Holmes
and Chip Penick.
MD II (two seats)
Harvey Kennedy. Robert R. Smith and
MD III (four seats) - Tom Allen. Chris
Callahan. Charlie Dean. Rick Kennedy
and Jim Parker.
Barbara Velion and Ron Michaels had a
Thursday. Barbara struggled valiantly (left)
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by Karen Puey
Concern about the present
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operations of WCAR rdio has increased
following the dismissal of promotion
director-station manager Bob Foreman.
At least eight WCAR statf members,
including some key personnel, reigned :n
protest of Foreman's firing.
The former staff members charge the
radio station is much lower in quality
than if was two weeks ago. The radio
station is now a hostile place tor
employes, they said.
They also expressed fears that the
station will revert to the state of
tij nonmanagement that had hampered
Murray Pool, who was placed in charge
of WCAR operations after Foreman's
- dismissal, claims the charges are
unfounded. we are ai normal
cs operations, fool saia. tnmusiasm nas
increaseu anions me icutMC
Foreman said he thinks Pool will have
difficulty managing the station. "I was
, running the place," he said. "I knew
everyone in there, had a lot of outside
contacts and knew the layout design and
6 how to operate the equipment.
"Pool will be complaini
"Pool will be complaining about
inefficiencv for a month." Foreman said.
"Almost everv intelligent person quit."
Foreman said. "Lots of the station was in
their heads. They just took their
departments with them."
MD IV (four seats) - Brad Banta. Ken
Coverdell, David Crane, Nelson Drew,
Leo Gordon, Roger Price. Bill Pulley and
MD VI (one seat) Richard
MD VIII (one seat) - Munroe Cobey
and Larrv Mc.Mahon.
MD X (two seats) - John Hutton and
MD XII (one seat) - Sam Boone.
Women's District (WD) I (one seat)
WD II (two seats)-Marilyn Brock,
Susan Case and Susan Oneto.
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against Ron's advance, but, unfortunately
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unanimously Tuesda to tire Fore:
Publications Board Chairman Ch
Culliam said there were "man prou
connected with having a n r.siuJer.i'
the station manager's K-b.
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Randy Crittendon. music dired r: i hn
Brim, promotions director; and Jim
Weeks, new s director. Gary C.r. n.-n .
traffic director, had resigned over a v,i!.ir
dispute before Foreman's dismissal. V it
signed a 30-day contract with W CAR the
day before the Publications ii -,i:d
Pool said. "Weeks was never ofticiail
, f;ienn c,r,vilt h,. heen bred as
director a week earlier, and he's
back on the job now.
"There is no promotions director title
in the WCAR by-laws, so Brim was never
officially hired either. Pool said. "Now
that we have a nucleus to operate the
station, we can handle promotions
w ithout having it as a separate job."
Poo! said he is servinc as a tie-in to
make sure things continue smoothlv
Until the Publications Board appoints a
permanent station manager, he will talk
to anvone interested in working at
'"I want people to understand what
went on so it can be avoided in the
future," he said.
WD III (one seat)- Betsy Warren.
WD IV (one seat ) Holly PnUhard.
WD V (two seats) Dorothy M. Davis.
Barbara Nagle and Lisa Yacger.
WD VI (two seats) I leanor I. Graves
and Janie I:. Moore.
WD VIII (two seats) Jo Anne Beers.
Carol Gudger, Wanda Rushing and Anne
WD X (one seat)-No candidates.
Honor Court candidates are:
MD II (one seatt-Dwight Lake and
(See 'Electi nn' on '-ec 2)
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complained that ( "iiiliam
complaints against I ore man bet ore the
Publications Board meeting and. that
Gilliam also told Pool and Wolte Lou-man
would K- fired : rvcvV. before the
Gilliam said, '-the Publications B.,.,rd
did meet a week ago and gave boreman
the opportunit to resign, before w.
called a meeting to consider hi- -tatus as a
n.or; student." he said. "We wanted to give
him an opportunity. to av:d ! id
"'Foreman's supp. ,rtcrs b,.-. d -ich
chances to present their
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"Three oj the eieht Pubhcti
members did rv-t kn. w any th:
the issue until I :.-!..'
f very one's de.isi- -n w a Ki e '
was presented then."
Gulia::: : ! the Puf li.ati
app- -int a permanent sj a! ;
the next meetine. pr-
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TOD.W: Minin :md c ontimiod
cool: hi'jlis in the mid C0s. lows in
the h i z h o0: chance of
precipitation near zero.
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