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Vol. 80, No. 70
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More than 200 blacks crowd The
memorial service for James Gates. Gates,
by Pam Phillips
Tentative plans were introduced to
form a living-learning academic residence
center at a meeting Friday of the
Committee on University Residence Fife
" The tentative pljns were- m-ade- by .i
group of students along with Dr. Charles
Wright of the Fnglish department. Some
of them attended a conference on
experimental education last weekend in
Hie conference featured workshops
by Mark Whicker
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Duke hosts Carolina today in Wallace
Wade Stadium at 1 :30 p.m.. and keep that
stark fact in mind while considering the
Carolina can gain an undisputed ACC
title, a bowl bid and its ninth regular season
(tying a school record) with a victory
today. Duke has nothing but the win itself
to shoot for.
Carolina has won five in a row. Duke
has lost four of its last six.
The Tar Heels are in pretty good
physical shape, and Coach Bill Doolev has
neutralized the effect of the most serious
injury - Ike Oglesby's - by putting l ew is
Jolley at tailback. Duke is not as deep and
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and speeches given In schools who had a
successful academic residence area.
"Our goal is to form an academic
community based around a hung aiea."
said Dave Gephart. one ot the students.
"We want to find an alternative to the
tvpes of education offered today."
"These discussions, although vct
tentative, are probably the most exciting
thing happening right now on this
campus," said Steve Saunders, chairman
ot the Residence College Federation. "I
am very enthusiastic about it."
According to the committee members,
the plans are very indefinite but
hopefully mav be instituted for the fall of
The preliminary plans would set up an
has suffered casualties throughout t he
year; many of their players will not be up
to full speed.
A Carolina victory would give Doolev
a winning record after five years. He was
10-20 with inferior material his first three
ears but has gone 1 b-o since then.
All these factors point to a sizeable
Carolina win today. And yet that first fact
you should have remembered, the fact that
Duke is the opponent, cancels out
everything on this particular day.
Carolina knocked Duke out of an ACC
title last year. 5l-34. The year before, the
Blue Devils ruined the Tar Heels' chances
for their first winning season since lb3
with a 17-13 upset.
So the seniors on both teams are even.
W'es Chesson is not around anv more to run
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outh, was stabbed to death in front of the Student Union a
year ago. (Staff photo by Leslie Todd )
academic living complex, called the "New
I earning Center." with a large number of
The emphasis in the center would be
on academics. It would be headed by an
academic director whose responsibility
would be to the dean of experimental
Under the academic director would be
e i glit faculty fellows from various
University disciplines. There would also
be eight graduate students and eight
undergraduate assistants on work-study
These people would administer a
three-fold academic program: 1)
individual study courses proposed by the
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the ".shoe-string" play that caught Carolina
in its defensive huddle in "b9. and Don
McCauley won't lead Carolina with 27l)
However, the players that have led both
teams to success all season should play big
parts in today's drama.
For Duke, the leader is Firnie Jackson,
the favorite for "ACC Player of the Year"
Jackson has been an outstanding
defensive back all season and started
doubling as a running back against State
when all of Coach Mike McGee's runners
came up lame. He gained 181 yards against
Navy and now spells Steve Jones on
Jones borrowed quarterback Dennis
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The annual "Beat Dook parade was held Friday afternoon a fraternities
and sororities showed off their school spirit. The Phi Sigma Kappa float
(left) urges the Heels to "Rim Vm" as hundreds of students and local
residents look on.
by Charles Jeffries
More than 2U0 bla.k MuJ.t.In
Chapel Hh! Hich Swhool anJ l"C
a rally and marched through Clip
Friday in memorial of James Gates.
Cates. a Chapel Hill Mack yoin
slain one year ago Fndav at a pr
dance at the Student Cmon.
The ralh began at noon at the
of Silent Sam on Franklin Stree
purpose of the memorial senile '
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show concern oer the recent pr.h!.
Ayden and for unit amorig or.-c.
and community blacks.
Ron Wesson, former chairman
Black Student Movement (BSMi
Sandra Clark, representative tr :
Chapel Hill High School Atro-Am
Society, spoke at the ralh .
The crowd then m.irched
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undergraduate fellows; 2) courses taught
by the fellows and graduate students; and
3) courses located or solicited from the
various University departments.
Credit would be determined b
consultation between the student and the
faculty. The whole curriculum would be
considered by the Academu
"Such program would benefit both the
students and the faculty involved."
Gephart said. "It would be a fine training
ground for graduate students, and it
would get faculty members more involved
in their courses.
"It would be good for the L'mversin
to try experimental types of education
Satyshur's car before the Stanford game
and broke his sternum in a wreck. He's
plav ed in parts of the last three games, and
UNC assistant Ron DeMelfi. who scouted
Duke's 23-7 loss at Wake last week, vio
Jones is in good shape again.
Another defensive back. Rich Searl.has
been playing quarterback. He passes better
than Satyshur. who has an injured right
But the Blue Devils have relied on ball
control and defense. McGee's defenders
have been hurt all year but have
surrendered only 1 10 points.
BUI Hannenberg and Mike Davies join
Searl and Jackson for one of the best
secondaries in the nation. Finebackers
Fanny Murdock. Bob Fitch and Paul
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wh-.rmar. o: the ( ha pel H:'.l
Hurr.un Relations Committee. Jimm:e
M.Rae. vhairmar. of the BSM . Cureton
Johnson, jraduate I NC. Rev. I eon
vh::e. executive director : the N.C.
Co:nm:ss:cn tor Ka.ul J.o!!.e. and
Bernard Ice. an a-s;o,nt to Hr Ralph
hern.:th . prestder.t ! the S -.it hern
( !:r:;jn I eudershop Gonleren.e
M . R.;e told the nu i. hers o! the plight
o-! the bl.iA com:r.un:t ot Chapel Hi'.l.
Mir.s: the Gniversits used them lor a
hcaP !,! : ; I."
White said. "I'm about liberation the
liberation o! bla.k people and the
he'.irhtcnmi: - their ..'o'o:;,'" toward
M ilk ur:t ."
vshuh could l- expanded to include the
greater I'n.versitv ." he added.
According to the planning committee,
interest has been indicated in the living
learning sit nation.
Saunders said support lrom the
academic community must be found
before the plans can be definitely formed.
" I hat was a big weakness with Project
llinton." he said. "We learned a lot from
the project's failure and will incorporate
wiiat we learned into any new plans."
The group has approached Dr. Mark
Appelbaum. associate dean of the School
of Aits and Sciences for experimental
studies. He has expressed interest in a
living-learning situation and is currently
reviewing the tentative proposals.
Johnstone are good "containers" ot the
McGee's offensive line is aKo strong,
with Willie Clavton. I d Newman. John
Dull and Dale Grimes.
Carolina's attack, with Jolley gaining
2 1 ards in two games, should be peaking.
Ken Craven has kicked seven field goals in
the last two weeks. Paul Miller is passing
more accurately than ever to Jolley (a
touchdown pass to wrap up last week's
32-20 victorv over Virginia). Ken Taylor
(another I D at Virginia ). Parle Bethea and
Johnnv Cow ell.
Offensive line coaJi Bud Moore took
over this vear with everv starter from last
ear gone. He built a new line (Bob
Ihornton at center. Ron Rusnak and
Bobby Walters at guards. Jenrv Sam and
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The Betas and the Chi Omegas carried their float (right), but it was all
with the s-ame goal in mind: HEAT DOOK!
(Staff Photos by Leslie Todd)
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the recotranon ot oi::i: blacks for the
upcommc '2 elections "Vot;n: for the
devil am": Mio power. :t a vote tor
enslavement." he s.r.d.
He also attacked the re. en: de.-s -b
Gov Bob Scott to o: ga n: . e a
commission to studv the violence ,n (
He read an editorial which appearcs! o
the Rahegh News and Observer which
applauded Scott's adions.
Alter reading the editorial, he t h! the
crowd his kids were not svared ot f
to school. He said he thought the violence
was just the students" wav ot show mg
dissatisfaction over current s !:
policies which seemed to be aimed .-.?
lee. last of the speakers at the ralh.
which lasted about two h.o.irs. was
somewhat less militant in ho approach lo
the problems between blacks and while-
"Onlv together can we as a n itio:-.
survive this wave ot racism .md
oppression."" he said "l! we separate,
then we will c-nlv be '.ued with m ie
Fee criticized the orga.iiat un o!
"black onlv" student groups and said
blacks should work with whites on the
various campuses in older to solve anv
problems which might Occur in the next
Ihe rally ended as the grandmot her ot
the slain Gates was introduced to the
marchers and a two-minute silent vigd
was held prior to several selections tro; ,
the BSM gospel choir.
TODAY: sunny and warm: highs
in the mid 70s. lows in the hiiih
40s; probability of precipitation
Bob Pratt at tackles that is the envv !
most ACC teams.
On defense. Ricky Packard and John
Bunting are two All-ACC linebackers and
Bill B r a 1 1 o r d a possibility. l r
all-conference end. Gene Brown . r ! he
well from the other end.
Terry Taylor gets better with every
game, in replacement ot injured J hn
Anderson, and Jim W ebster has helped p ;
Also, don't forget the phenomenal
punting of Nick Vidnovu.
When it's all said and done, consider
evey thing Carolina has done this year and
what the Heels can gam with a victory
And then forget it at kickott in:-.-.
Carolina is play mg Duke again today
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