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7? Years of Editorial Free don: Vol. 80, No. 65 Monday, November 15, 1971 Founded February 23, 1893 I -V. 7f UN if- -v-1 -r -vf I --v 7 25 c 1 1 r - t t j 1 - - I . t 1 a ( (i i 1 1 CX-6024 grabs the lead in one of the periodic little-kid the Firestone tires. tricycle races in front of the undergraduate library. Must be A lot of ivork Preregistration by Harry Smith Staff Writer Several hundred students were expected to be in line at Hanes Hall this morning when the Office of Records and Registration began accepting spring preregistration forms at 8 a.m. Students stand in line for what seems like (or may be) hours in order to spend 45 seconds having their forms numbered So what happens from there? What happens to that green form? Why aren't the courses the students asked for listed on the blue registrations forms which they will stand in line to pick up in January. Raymond E. Strong, director of the Office of Records and Registration, explained the registration process during an interview last week. "After the fall semester begins, each department is asked to list what courses Commit chancellor nominations by Evans Witt Staff Writer The President's Advisory Committee on the Chancellor will meet Nov. 22 to re-evaluate the nominations for the head of the Chapel Hill campus in light of state higher education's new structure. Ike Andrews, State Representative and Consolidated University (CU) trustee, who heads the advisory group, announced the meeting Friday. "We will have to reassess our position in view of the new system," he said, "and then decide if we should reassess the nominations we have made. "I have asked (CU) President William C. Friday not to make any recommendations until we meet," Andrews said. ewi, by Mark Whicker Sports Editor To Virginia Coach Don Lawrence, he looked like Don McCauley. To Tar Heel Coach Bill Dooley, he is "one of the two or three best players in the whole conference." And to the 18,500 fans in Charlottes ville's Scott Stadium Saturday, he was the difference in Carolina's 33-20 win over the inspired Cavaliers. He is Lewis Jolley, switched to tail back last week in an effort to keep UNC's ground maching going in lieu of injured Ike Oglesby. Jolley gained 167 yards and scored two touchdowns Saturday to clinch a tie for the ACC title. That gives him 281 yards at tailback in two weeks. Carolina needed almost all of them to keep ahead of UVa and its talented soph omore quarterback, Harrison Davis, who CTe024if involved will be offered," he said. "That information is sent to this office and keypunched. Later, we prepare the number of class tickets for each course." Strong said class tickets are pulled in flje same order the registration forms are turned in. Each form is numbered as it is turned in; the forms are then divided into stacks by class. Tickets for graduating seniors are pulled first, then seniors and then juniors. Tickets for sophomores and freshmen are pulled later, after the general college collects all of them. "Class cards are then pulled manually from the requests made on the registration forms," Strong said. "We hire seven or eight people who work for three to four weeks just to pull class tickets." Strong said each student's class tickets are put together with a master card which has the student's name, and his social tee to evaluate The advisory committee submitted a list of three names to Friday last spring. He was to recommend one to the Board of Trustees for new chancellor. On the basis of such a re-evaluation, Andrews said, the committe might add or delete names from the current three-man list or simply resubmit the same three names to Friday. Andrews, a member of the trustee's Executive Committee, said the Nov. 22 meeting date was chosen to facilitate attendance of committee members. The trustees will be in Chapel Hill on that date for a special meeting of the full Board of Trustees to select the University's 16 representatives for the new governing board of higher education. Andrews said he had not talked to all the members of the committee, which ley oil hit 14 of 30 passes for two scores and 261 yards. Jolley started out by running the Tar Heels within Ken Craven's field goal range at the end of the first quarter. The 27-yard boot gave Carolina a 3-0 lead after both teams punted three times each in a dull period. After Lou Angelo intercepted Larry Albert's pass on the Virginia 14, Jolley went to work again, running four straight times to a score. The eight-yard touch down was a case of sheer speed, Jolley outrunning cornerback Bob McGrail on a sweep. The Heels struck again with 5:34 remaining. Quarterback Paul Miller passed 30 yards to Ted Lcveren and 13 to Farle Bethea to set up Craven's second field goal, from 32 yards. Virginia took over on its II, behind 13-0. The rout that most people had ex pected seemed under way. V I3C a (Staff photo by Cliff Kolovson) begins security number punched, along with some other data. He said these cards are then fed into the administrative computer in Hanes Hall which prepares the registration forms and class roles. Strong stressed that the computer makes no decisions but merely takes the manually-selected cards and prepares forms. He estimated it will take "almost until Christmas" to get the estimated 75,000 class tickets pulled for about 15,000 students. "When a class closed," Strong said, "we try to get another section added. Each day while we're pulling tickets, we send the deans and departments a list of closed courses. We keep lists of students closed out of classes, so that if another section is added, those students will have first priority. "We also send a post card to a student includes students, faculty, trurees, non-administrative personnel and alumni. But he said another look at the situation was probably in order. The Advisory Committee was established in the fall of 1970 by Friday to begin the selection process for a successor to current chancellor, J. Carlyle Sitterson. Sitterson announced his retirement, effective Sept. 1, 1971 in the summer of 1970. A Kenan professor, he plans to resume teaching here. The uncertainty over the deconsolidation-restructuring issue led Friday to request Sitterson to remain chancellor for the fall semester. Sitterson's resignation now becomes effective at the beginning of the spring semester, about Jan. 12. lead And here came Harrison Davis. "He added a new dimension to their offense,"linebacker John Bunting said later. "We didn't have depth enough or width enough to stop him completely." Passing carefully to the seams in the Tar Heels' zone pass defense, Davis hit Bill Davis, the ACC's leading receiver who set a Cavalier record Saturday with 159 yards in receptions, for 26 yards. Another pass set up Bill Maxwell's 37-yard field goal with 4:50 left in the half. Then Billy Williams recovered Miller's fumble on the Cavalier 41 . Quarterback Davis neatly dribbled the snap, forcing the defense off balance, and hit receiver Davis with a 48-yard bomb. The Heel defense held, and Maxwell settled for another field goal, making 13-6 at halftime. it It was 15-6 two minutes into the second half as center Tommy Viar apparently thought Wilt Chamberlin was estted aurir by Norman Black Staff Wntcr Twenty-five UNC Students, along with civil rights leaders Golden Fnr.ks ar.d George Kirby. were arrested over the weekend while protesting police brutahty in Ayden. Frinks and Kirby were arrested lor interferring with police officers Saturday morning. The 25 students were charged with violating a town ordinance for parading without a permit, and arrested at about 7 :30 p.m. Friday. The students were recruited during a rally and speech held here last Wednesday by Frinks and civil liberties attorney Jerry Paul. Frinks, field secretary for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). told a crowd of about 200 here: today to let him know that he was closed out of one or more courses. 44 1 can't do much about the departments not offering enough places for the student ilemand," Strong added. "But before it's over, we'll have more than 200 closed courses. The sum of what the students want just doesn't equal what some of the departments offer." Strong said students wilLbe able to pick up their spring registration forms in the basement of Peabody Hall on Jan. 10 and 11 from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. For the first time, spring drop-add will be held in Woollen Gym on the same days at the same hours. "One of our most frustrating problems," Strong said, "is drop-add. And the biggest problem is simply the student changing his mind." Strong has been in the records and registration office for 23 years. "The problems then were almost identical to those now," he said. "Now there are just more students." Strong has seen his department go from complete manual operation, to accounting equipment, to computerization in 1968. Strong said some students don't get certain classes they request simply because they fail to get a permission slip or' because they request two or more classes which are offered at the same time. Strong urged student to make certain their schedule will fit before submitting their preregistration form to Hanes Hall. If students have already turned their forms in, they can relax and spend the remainder of this semester worrying about whether they will get the courses you want. If you haven't turned your form in, hurry and good luck. TODAY: fair and mild; highs in the upper 60s, lows in the lower 40s; chance of precipitation 20 per cent. C . . . . , arolina punting and snapped the ball over Maxwell's head into the end zone. However, the ball rolled out of UNC's Jim Webster's hands over the end line, and Carolina only got two points from the break. With 7:34 left in the third quarter, Billy Hite fumbled into Stanley Land's hands on the Carolina 39. and Davis went back to work. He got the Cavs down to the 23 and sent Dave Sullivan into the end zone. It is hard to see how Angelo could have cov ered him better, and even harder to believe how Sullivan dived for a touchdown catch, making it 15-13. Carolina wasted no time in getting it back. Miller hit Bill Sigler with a 21 -yard pass after a personal toul on the kukott. and Jolley broke three tackles lor an 18-yard gain to the seven. On third down. Miller cooly hit Ken Taylor all alone m the end zone for 22-13. IB "We that X-!- T:,vper Billv Day be fired md that a'.! r -k.e be subjected to psychological tet before they become police." Day is a highway who shot and killed a black farm Lhorcr in Ayden Aug. h. He was acquitted charges by a coroner's ; investigation b the State quest .ir.J Bureau oi Investigation ( SBI Neither of the mvestig-ition reports were made public. Jerry Paul, a white attorney for the Pitt County I'ruted I' f fort Coalition, of which Frinks serves a director, then urged the I'NC students to parttcapate in the march held lat Friday. "I'll go to jail if the others go to jail, and my family will march when they march." Paul said. Both his wife and daughter were present at the rally. His wife. Lou. was also arrested Friday by Ayden police. She remained in jail until early Saturday morning. Last Friday, the 25 I'NC students, including seven from the I'NC law school. droe to Ayden to participate in the march. The students gathered at St. Pauls Church, whivh has been ucd as the meeting place for the ciul rights protesters. There they wrote a letter to (iov. Bob Scott demanding an investigation into the situation. The students, along with 1 1 other protesters, then marched down the street to mail the letter. The 44 persons were met by police who ordered them to disperse. They refused, and police arrested and booked them. The bond for the students was set at SI. 000 each, and they were scattered to jails in Ayden, Farmville, Greenville and Tarboro. Bond for those arrested who Loren Eiseley will Dr. Loren Fiseley, well-known writer and anthropologist, will give the annual McNair Lecture at S p.m. today in Hill Hall. Liseley, Benjamin Franklin Professor of anthropology and science history at the University of Pennsy hania. will speak on "The Search for Man." He is author of numerous literary and scientific essays which have appeared in national magazines and periodicals. He has received several awards, including the Phi Beta Kappa science prize in 1959 and the John Burroughs Medal in 1961, for his writing. Liseley's books include "The Immense Journey," "Darwin's Century," "The Firmament of Time." "The Mind as Nature." "The Invisible Pyramid." "The Unexpected Universe" and "The Night Country." He served as host from 1966 to 1968 of the award-winning educational television series. "Animal Secrets" on NBC. Liseley. a native of Nebraska, has served as chairman of the anthropology department and provost at Pennsylvania. He has also been a visiting professor at a number of universities across the country. victory Another Ar.gelo interception on the UVa 22 was partially neutralized when Leroy Still and Kevin Michaels dropped Miller for 11 yards in losses. However, Craven was feeling strong and boomed a 46-yard field goal, the longest of his care er. to make it 25-13 alter three periods. Again Davis found the cracks in the zone and hit Joe Smith and Bill Davis for 24 and 2fi yard gains. Then Sullivan took Davis' pass away from Ar.gelo. again covering well, in the corner ot the end one. The score - 25-20 - and the Scott Stadium crowd could hardly believe it. When Craven missed a field goal from 3K yards with ten minutes left, bedlam Se t in. This was just going to be a leisurely afternoon watching the Cavaliers lose again. But a victory Not today. Carolina got it back. Miller passes 12 yards to Taylor. Jolley plowed for 22 yards and ihe Heels had it on the 21. Willi the rutty Virginia defense Tl .yoeM. w ere icnts f Pitt Count) rar.grd from S200 to SmX) The penalty for violating the city ordinance is a rruxinurn S50 fine. A public hearing for the students is scheduled for J:30 a.m. Dec. 0 in Pitt Co-nty Dtnct Court. Several ministers and citizens, apparently feeling the students's bonds were excessive, began working to raise money to free the students. Six I NC professors reportedly raised $17,000 in bail, and all 25 were released by l p.m. Saturday. According to one I'NC student who was arrested m Ayden. the 12 students taken to the Farmville jail were harrassed and maced while held in the cell. "They closed all the windows around 2 a.m. Sunday, and started spraying mace into the cell," said the student, who avked not to be identified. "We don't know who it was, because all we could see w as a hand. "They never did read us our constistutional rights, and those of us taken to Farmville were held for six hours before we could make our phone call. And were not allowed any visitors at all." I rinks and Kirby were arrested for allegedly interfering with officers while they attempted to arrest another black named Frankie Joyner. The Pitt County Sheriff's Department had a capias for Joyner for resisting arrest. He was observed on the street Friday by sheriff's deputies and fled into nearby St. Pauls Church. Five deputies pursued and arrested Joyner in the Church. Frinks characterized the group of UNC students as "one group of dedicated people, concerned not with color or kind, but plain human people." speak today .-" wc' 1 k . 'X;.'.'- rrrv ""No 'i- n M) illlllHIlM" Dr. Loren Eislev finally losing its fire. Miller thre over every Cavalier's head to Jolley, with both feet just inside the end line, for the final touchdown and the win. UNC-3 10 12 7-32 UVa-O 6 7 7-20 UNC Crn 27 FG UNC Jolley 8 run Craven kic UNC Craven 32 FG UVa Ma well 37 FG UVa Maxwell 32 FG UNC Safety tunt snace3 out of end zone UVa Sulirvan 23 pass from H. Davis Maxwell toe UNC K.Taylor 3 pass from Miller Craven kic UNC Craven 46 FG UVa Sullivan 14 pass from H. Davis Maxwell yick UNC Jolley 21 pass from Miller Craven kick UNC 21 64 2S5 126 10-16-0 2 6-46 25 STATISTICS UVa. First Downs 15 Rushes Yards 40-52 Passrg Yardage 302 Passes(Comp-Att-lnt) 18-39-3 Fumbles Lost o Punts-Average 7-37.1 Penalty Yardage 83 'A

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