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Mm 21 a 75 Vj-5 of -Editcjtiil Freedom Vol. 80, No. 71 Monday, November 22, 1971 bruary 23, 1893 1 to clioo - n $1 16 by Evans Witt Staff Writer 'I he UNC Board of Trustees will meet at 1 1 a.m. today to select its 16 representatives to the new Board of Governors for N.C. higher education. Consolidated University President William C. Friday's advisory Committee on the Chancellor will also meet today to discuss nominations for a replacement for retiring Chancellor J. Carlyle Sitterson. In accordance with the new structure of state-supported higher education passed by the N.C. General Assemble, the trustees must elect 16 of their members to serve on the powerful 32-member central board beginning Jan 1, 1972. 0 Macks busted. Ayd. to J after curfew About 50 blacks were arrested in Ayden Saturday evening ai.d charged with violating a state of emergency proclamation which banned mass assemblies. Only a few hours earlier, the Rev. Ralph David Abernathy, president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, boarded a plane at the Raleigh-Durham University Airport to return to Atlanta after meeting with black leaders in Greenville. Mayor Ross Persinger of Ayden said Saturday one of the reasons the state of emergency was imposed on the tiny Pitt County community was because the leader of a white militant group threatened to "take over" if officials "didn't handle it right" for Abernathy's scheduled news conference Friday in Ayden. The state of emergency was declared some hours ahead of the scheduled news conference. Abernathy arrived in Raleigh late Friday and went straight to Greenville, N.C. Persinger said the threat came in a telephone call Friday from Leroy Gibson, a leader of Wilmington's Rights of White People. Gibson could not be reached for comment. HTN(T UNC TAILBACK Lewis Jolley scores touchdowns against Duke. Jolley rushed for ft - - . ' " CLPVCCiL ILIICLPJL This special meeting of the trustees was called specifically to select their representatives, since the next regular meeting of the board is scheduled for February 28, 1972. The procedure for the nomination and selection of the 16 representatives will not be set until the meeting begins, but the trustees' Executive Committee suggested a prodecure. At The Executive Committee meeting Nov. 1 1, the committee recommended the 16 representatives be nominated from the floor at today's meeting. The committee suggested the 16 nominees receiving the most votes be elected, with run-offs to be held in case of ties. The 16 UNC rcpieseniatives will join en police The mayor also said a black community leader in Ayden told him that "all hell will break loose" if Abernathy were permitted to appear in Ayden Friday afternoon. Persinger said he then proclaimed a state of emergency that banned all mass meetings and imposed a 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew on the town. Abernathy spoke before 500 persons at York Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church in nearby Greenville. Although urging protesters to remain nonviolent, he repeated what he said a month ago on his first visit to Pitt County that he would return and eastern North Carolina would be "turned upside down" if black demands are not met in Ayden. Blacks are demanding the dismissal of Highway Patrolman Billy Day, who shot a black laborer to death Aug. 6 during a struggle that followed the man's arrest. Police have arrested more than 700 persons since the protests began in late August. The state of emergency was lifted Sunday, but the city empowered Mayor Persinger to impose the curfew and public meetings ban at a moment's notice if necessary. o o h 1 . 1 V f? r one of his three the Heels 10 a 38-0 win over the arch-rival Blue Denis, (btatf 1 59 yards and led photo by Cliff Kolovson) ' today the 16 members from the other boards of trustees from the other 10 state-supported institutions of higher education January 1 as a planning committee for the new system. On July 1, 1972, the planning committee will assume full powers as the Board of Governors of the new 16 campuses of the University of North Carolina. That board will have extensive unprecendented powers over the budgets and programs of the state universities. Shortly after the meeting of the full board at the General Administration Building of the University on the Raleigh Road here, Friday's Advisory Committee on the Chancellor will meet. According to committee chairman Rep. Ike Andrews (D-Chatham), the advisory committee will reconsider the University's position in light of the newly restructured system of N.C. higher education. On the basis of that reconsideration, the committee will then review its previous nominations for the chancellorship of the Chapel Hill campus. Last spring, the committee, composed of trustees, alumni, administrators, faculty and students, gave Friday a list of three names as possible choices for the top executive position on campus. The choices had been made alter months of consultation and consideration of many possible choices for the spot. The committee, after reviewing the nominations today, will present Friday its recommendations for the successor to Sitterson. Friday will choose one name from the recommendations which he, in turn, will nominate as chancellor to the full Board of Trustees. Sitterson's retirement was originally scheduled to become effective Sept. 1, 1971. Friday asked him to continue as chancellor through the fall semester due to the uncertainty and confusion over the then proposed restructuring of higher education. Sitterson's resignation to permit his return to teaching as the Kenan Professor of History now becomes effective Jan. 12 with the opening of the spring semester. When Sitterson's successor is to be selected by the Board of Trustees is still a question, since the next regularly scheduled meeting is not until late February. TODAY: partly cloudy and colder with 15 to 25 mile an hour winds; high in the low 40s with a low in the low 20s; probability of precipitation near zero. and Gator Bowl bound it W, t;riJ -U .r--- - - - i Traffic was blocked for a while on Thursday while this house came rolling by. top certainly appears to be enjoying his ride - and who says Faculty support sought up by Norman Black ' Staff Writer A group of UNC students attempting to evaluate the undergraduate curriculum will meet with various department heads today to solicit their support for the evaluation. The evaluation, conducted by the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity and the Pi Beta Phi sorority, is being funded by Student Government and the University. Results of the evaluation will be compiled in a booklet. According to co-charimen Tom Pace and Marjorie Spruiil, their committee has determined the number of students, professors and courses to be involved in the evaluation. The questionaires the committee has assembled will hopefully be distributed in 800 courses affecting some 500 professors, and involving about 45,000 student responses. The evaluation will be conducted solely on the undergraduate level. Pace said the evaluation will be beneficial to both students and faculty. "The faculty currently don't really have direct line to the students to find out how well they come across and how effect they really are," Pace said. "And for the student this will provide information about the courses as well as the type of proscr by Mark Whicker Sports Editor As of early September, Lewis Jolley was a wingback and Jim Webster was out for the season. The Duke Blue Devils undoubtedly wish they had played Carolina early in September. Jolley scored three touchdowns and gained 159 yards and Webster led a savage defense in the Tar Heels' 38-0 win over Duke in Wallace Wade Stadium Saturday that gave Carolina the undisputed ACC championship, a 9-2 regular season record, a 27-26 record for Bill Dooley since he became head coach in 1967 and a Gator Bowl bid. With 1 :22 remaining, the players on the sidelines voted to go to Jacksonville Dec. 3 1 to play Georgia. Like a winemaker, Dooley might look back on Saturday's performance as vintage. Carolina's offense and defense executed almost perfectly after a slow first quarter that belied the "traditional excitement" that always surrounds a Duke-Carolina game. The 51,500 fans, making the biggest crowd to attend a game in the state since 1949, could look back on but one turning point, at the beginning of the second period. Both teams lud exchanged futile running attempts and punts in the first quarter, but Duke's Steve Jones finally broke free and, together with quarterback Rich Searl, drove the Devils to a first down on the Carolina 1 1 . As the quarter changed, Searl had been driven back to the 23 by a penalty and a rush by Webster, who made up for three MacCauley Street The gentleman up the University Stewart) studies cnrricnlnm involved w ith each course. "This is meant as an aid to both faculty and students and not as a means of chastising or criticizing the professors." Starting today, the committee will approach all of the various department heads in an attempt to have them issue a directive to their professors, allowing the questionnaires to be completed in class. "We will be going around to the chariman of each department and getting his permission to allow the questionaires to be distributed, filled out and collected in class," Pace said. "This will only take a total of five minutes out of class time. "However, we need the chairman to issue a directive, because if he leaves it up to the individual professors, then we are beaten," Pace added. "We just don't have the means to contact each individual professor separately." H appy Thanksgiving The Daily Tar Heel will cease publication after the Tuesday morning edition for the Thanksgiving holidays. The DTH will resume publication Tuesday, Nov. 30. ye?r; of injuries with a spectacular defensive game. With fourth down at the 17, Dave Wright tried a field goal, and John Bunting blocked it away. No one suspected it at the time, but that was the end of Duke's offense. Jolley immediately ran the Heels into Duke territory, and when punts were exchanged once more, he capped a 31 -yard, nine-play drive with a four-yard sweep to the three. Ken Craven kicked a field goal from the 20 tc make it 3-0. Carolina got it back quickly and Paul Miller hit Bill Sigler with a 16-yard pass. Then fullback Geof Hamlin, who blocked well for Jolley all day, pined 17 yards and Jolley gained another 15. Another pass to Sigler set up Jolley 's four-yard touchdown smash. 10-0. Any hopes the Blue Devils might have had were extinguished at the beginning of the second half when UNC got the kickoff on the Duke 45 on a face-mask penalty. Seven plays later, Jolley scored from the eight. Then Webster outfought Steve Jones for an interception at the Duke 32 and Jolley cracked across from the one for the 24-0 lead. With the ACC title sewed up (since State was well on the way to beating Clemson) and a Gator Bowl bid growing bigger with every touchdown, Carolina fans enjoyed the fourth period even more. Miller, who hit six of 10 passes for 92 yards, completed a touchdown to Ken Taylor, and backup quarterback John Klise got the final touchdown on a 27-yard pass to Ted Leverenz. For first-year Duke Coach Mike McGee, Saturday was not much different has a housing crisis. (Staff photo by Scott He said he doesn't think any part of the evaluation booklet will be objectionable to the professors, and the five minutes lost in class will "in the end be well worth their while." Pace has already secured the permission to conduct the evaluation from Raymond II. Dawson, dean ot the College of Arts and Sciences. Dawson has urged the individual department chairmen to issue the directive to their professors. The committee has set Dec. 7 and 8 as the tentative dates for the questionnaires to be distributed in class. The completed questionnaires will be used to produce approximately a 350-page booklet, to be distributed by mid-March in time for fall preregistration. Any departmental chairmen or professors having further questions are urged to contact Tom Pace at 942-8034. from the last time he competed against Carolina - 50-0 shutout in 1959 when he was a Blue Devil senior. Even the Duke cheerleaders had it rough, although they thrashed the Tar Heel cheerleaders in a touch game before the big boys came out. The Duke "Blue Devil," longtime agitator of Tar Heel spectators, came out in a garish 1925 costume, complete with the flames licking at his legs. It seems that the real Blue Devil attire was being worn by a Tar Heel on the other side. The ensuing chase for the real costume was about the most exciting thing that happened in ih-r second half, since Carolina had the game in full control. Those Tar Heels didn't have much flair for the dramatic. The Gator Bowl people didn't seem to mind, though. Carolina 0 10 14 14 38 Ouk 0 0 0 0 0 UNC Craven 20 FG UNC Jolley 4 run (Cravn kick) UNC Jolley 8 run (Cravn kick) UNC Jolley 1 run (Craven kick) UNC Taylor 5 pats from Miller (Craven kick) UNC Leveren 27 pais from Klise (Craven kick) DUKE 16 53-156 118 9-25-3 4-33 0 43 STATISTICS First Downs Rusfe-Yards Passing Yardage Passes Punts-Average FumMes Lost Yards Penalized CAROLINA 18 59-257 119 7-13-1 6-43 0 38 V.'eV.'eV.VV,

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