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by Evrms Witt
The Executive Ccrr.m-ilt:
Consolidated University 'CU
Trustees voted Erid-iv to
chancellors of the six CL'
sweeping new powers ?
possession and use of aLoholi
on their campuses.
The committee voted t .
chancellors to determine when
liquor can he consumed on
campuses in the greatest
University alcohol policies tr.
The thane ellors w'i --ho
Vol. 80, No. 64
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by Evans NVitt
The Faculty Coup til returned to
committee Friday a proposal to
restructure the dean of student afiairv.
oft ice but approved recommendations lor
a campus forum and some student input
into academic decision-making.
On the motion of !I. Stanley Bennett,
a professor in the Medical School, the
Council returned the recommendations
on the student affairs office to the
Committee on Student Involvement in
University Administrative Structures for
In the regular meeting I rid3y
afternoon, the council also received
several reports from the standing
committees on scholarships, registration
Following Ue acceptance of the
reports from tpe standing committees.
Dr. Gordon B. Cleveland, chairman of the
Committee on Student Involvement,
presented the .ommittee report to the
No. it's not a portable fun house visiting
It's actually just a parked truck which
Carolina can clinch ACC tie
by Mark Whicker
CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA. -Although
Carolina Coach Bill Docley says
he's worried, there doesn't seem to be
much reason for the Tar Heels to fret
about today's engagement with Virginia
in Scott Stadium.
Carolina, at 7-2, can clinch a tie for
the ACC title with a victory today.
Virginia, at 2-7, can only hope to give
first-year coach Don Lawrence some
The most dangerous Cavalier is
halfback Kent Men-it, a sophomore who
can run the 100 under 9.5. "He's
probably the fastest halfback in
America," Dooley says.
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After a hnet ,h i ! V o....-r ihr eheti-.n
process and the coii'ipom!;--:i the
propoNed tariipus foru-: ;!ie council
iitreed by a vr.ice v . .te to uvt
formation o! .:ioli a Li.iup to the
ch.i r.c el ' jr.
I he torum is desisined .is .1 group
representing .1 U'-h .' ri ! li..
l.'niveisity comtnumty whu li unjIJ serve
as.T- a channel for . omp'amis and
recommendations to the cfianct llor.
C I eve l.i ml said.
I lie council the n took up ;S:e
committee's recoinnierivI.it!. m to estjbl'sh
a board of directors over the Student
Health Service. Student I'nion. student
judiciary and Office of Reader,: i lie.
This move uoudd have taken these
agencies out of the or lice of the I)ean of
The proposed board wvu'd !i;jve direct
access to the chancellor.
The main argument directed against
the proposed changes was that it vvav an
inappropriate administrative structure.
"I am deeply worried about this - it is
an unsound arrangement that can't
bv Leslie Todd)
Merritt, who was recruited fiercely by
the Tar Heels but decided to stay in his
home town, has a 4.4 average and 67
yards. His longest run is 71 yards.
"And what a good time for a Kent."
Lawrence must be thinking. His other
runners, Gary Helman and Jim Lacey.
have been hampered by injuries.
The Cavaliers may pass more than
usual because of the on-again, off-3gain
quality of the Carolina secondary,
bolstered in last week's 2b-13 win over
Clemson by good coverage from returning
linebacker Jim Webster.
Larry Albert appears to have won the
Virginia quarterback job over sometimes
spectacular sophomore Harrison Davis.
Albert's best receiver is Bill Davis, who
leads the ACC with 3f catches.
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P"wih! v. . irk." Bennett said. "To
mterpove a board of this kind will give
n-e to eontiivion and lack of control."
C. Carroli Mollis, a professor of
F.nghvh. voiced concern over taking these
functions completely out of the office of
the dean of student affairs.
"It's clear if we do this that we wan!
to set up a b-pass for the whole dean of
student at fairs oUice,"' Mollis said. "We're
a4.ing the students to take over."
Cleveland defended the proposed
structure by saving the services which
were put under the new 20-m ember
board were s 1 1! d e n t -oriented and
primarily student funded.
He added the intent of the committee
v. is for the board to be a policy-making
body, not an administrative one.
The council agreed by voice vote to
s nd the recommendations on the student
affairs office back to the committee for
The issue of student participation in
decision-making in both curricular
matters and personnel affairs was the
central Point of debate over the proposed
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Second, and probably more prone to
break a long touchdown, is junior Dave
(Silky) Sullivan. Sullivan made a
sesnational diving catch to beat State two
weeks ago. The other Virginia win was a
27-26 upset of Vanderbilt.
Another fast Virginian is defensive
back Gerry Mullins, who has a 70 -yard
punt return and a 57-yard kickoff return
to his credit.
Defensively, the Cavaliers held VP1 to
six points last Saturday. Their best player
is All-Atlantic Coast Conference
candidate Andy Selfridge at right tackle.
Selfridge is 6-5, 212. Teamed with
right end Stanley Land, at 6-3, he can
put formidable pressure on any passer.
Billy Williams, at left end. had a
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changes in academic structures.
There was very little disagreement that
students should be included in curricular
decision-making to some degree. I he
degree of participation should be left to
the individual departments, council
The input of student opinion into the
personnel decisions on academic affairs
was debated at length by the council.
Most of the discussion centered on the
rigid nature of some of the suggestions
which were made in the committee
report. Bennett also took a leading part in the
discussion of this issue, citing his poor
experiences with student evaluations of
processors on a structured basis at
another school in 148.
The council passed several
iTiendments which eliminated the
specific recommendations of the
committee on gathering and reporting the
student evaluations of faculty. One such
deletion passed by a 25-16 hand vote,
while the other deletion was approved by
TODAY: Sunny and mild; highs
in the upper 60's. lows in the mid
40' s: near zero chance of
precipitation through tonight.
Says Bella Abzug
' Congress imreBresentative'
bv Lynn Lloyd
Rep. Bella S. Abzug ( P-N.Y. ) said
Thursday night "the United States
Congress doesn't represent the needs and
desires of the American people."
In a speech in Memorial Hall
sponsored by the Carolina Forum and the
Association of Women Students. Mrs.
Abzug urged all women, young people
and minority groups to join a movement
for equal representation in the
"I see the unreality of Capitol Hill and
the reality of my district," she said. "It's
popular to criticize the government for
doing nothing. This is wrong. The people
are working hard, they just aren't
representative of their districts."
A native of the Bronx of New York.
surprisindv eood sophomore vear in
Mullins and Bob McGrail key the
secondary, which intercepted two early
passes last year for a 15-0 Virginia lead
in Kenan Stadium. However, the Tar
Heels came back to win 30-15.
The Tar Heels must win this game to
retain a good shot at an undisputed ACC
title, to get into their second straight
bowl game, and to post the best UNC
record since Jim Hickey's Heels went 9-2
in 1963 and won the Gator Bowl.
However, Carolina has already put two
winning seasons back-to-back - and
Charlie Justice was still playing the last
time the Tar Heels did that.
The great success of Lewis Jolley at
tailback may allow Doolev to brins: Ike
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Mrs. Abzug has been in Congress since
November of 170. She represents a
district in lower Manhattan.
"The average age of members of the
House is 51 and those who hold the real
power are over 70." she said. "We need
the questioning spirit and ideals of youth
"Three out of four people live in cities
and metropolitan areas, and the people
with power in Congress are from rural
areas and the South thanks to seniority."
she added. "It vt-ems that they lead fights
against what their people want, like an
end to the war in Vietnam."
Mrs. Abzug said she thinks the U.S.
will be clinging to Vietnam indefinite.
"Nixon has no intention of withdrawing
his forces." she said. "We are going to
have to set a time limit for him to get us
uglesby along gradually. Oglesby ga.ncci
four yards in has only play last week after
staying out with muscle injuries caused
by leg cramps.
Senior Bill Sigltr was effective at
wir.gback. Paul Miller continued his bid
for conference player of the year with
another great performance, leading the
Heels to more than 400 yards total
The Heels played defense again
Sjturdav after letting William and Mary
have 35 points the week before. Clemson
enjoved only two plays in Tar Heel
territory in the first half.
Part of this can he attributed to the
punting of Nick Vidnovic. Bill Brafford
dumped CTemson's quarterbacks twice
and blocked a punt tor a touchdown, and
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The new pohcy rfTckes the poiicv pt
forth ta by th? CI" Administration
which vtated. "The Umrvrrv.ty -dl not
sanction any u of a'coh.o'oc hrverajrs "
If the char.cer.ors do not exerns the:r
power?. Romn.von ?a:d, tat? ,a -.d
govern the con.vumpt:on of all tvpe of
a'coho'oc beverage. ?uh;ect to !os.a'.
For example. :f a chancellor dec-.ded
not to take anv action or. the
conump:ion of soft alcohohc bofraceis.
the state permits consumption under
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Rohir.sor. said Chapel Hu do have a
local ordirar.ctf which proh;h:t? the
consumption of any alcoholic heveracev
on puhhc roads or public places
The executive committee also, formallv
denied a request h Thomas N'as? for a
charge ir residencv statu.- for tuition
purposes, a move cleanr.g the wa for a
court suit to decide the re
requirement's iegahtv .
The committee a'oo formallv approved
the necesarv action to increase
out-of-state tuition for the "2 lo
school vear as required hv the NC
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Morehead Planetarium. (Staff photo by
"People seem to be satisfied if our
casualties keep going down. They don't
know that Nixon has killed more people
in this war than Johnson. We drop
200,000 pounds of napalm per hour on
southeast Asia on people, not bridges."
She said the U.S. has turned
Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam into "a
laboratory of death. Unless the
Americans make Congress set a certain
date to pull our troops out, the war will
Mrs. Abzug said there should be a
"fundamental examination" of the U.S.
foreign policy. "We should take another
look at SEATO and NATO and
strengthen the United Nations," she said.
She thinks the new economic program
"makes the poor carry the burden of
See Congress, p. 3
linebackers John Bunting and Ricky
Packard continued their aJl-star play.
And defensive back Rusty Culbreth
had one of his best days. His 5 5 -yard
punt return touchdown was called back,
but he later intercepted a pass to set up
one of Ken Craven's four field goals,
which set a school record.
Terry Taylor, a sophomore who is
filling in well for injured linebacker John
Anderson, also picked off a pass.
Carolina enjoyed its best all-around
performance since the third game of the
year last week, and just in time too. The
post-season honors are within sight,
which should insure psychological
preparedness. That's about all they
should need at Virginia today.