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Friday, December 3. 1971
Founded February 23. 1893
Vol. 80, No. 76
by Mark Whicker
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Sophomore Bobby Jones, who hit seven of eight shots, scored 16 points and
grabbed 1 1 rebounds in his varsity debut, sails in for a Iayup in Carolina's win
Thursday night. (Staff photo by Scott Stewart)
Charges 'personal motivation'
by Bill Lovin
Charles Gilliam, a student legislator
threatened with a planned recall petition,
charged Thursday Randy Crittenton, one
of the petitioners, was "motivated by
Cilliam, chairman of the Publications
Board, said his contact with Crittenton,
former music director of WCAR, was
through the board which recently fired
Bob Foreman as station manager.
"liven though Crittenton and the
Publications Board have had some
6amonth leave of
Dean of Women Katherine K.
Carmichael will take a six-month leave of
absence from her post next semester to
do post doctoral research.
Miss Carmichael has been appointed a
post-doctoral fellow of the Fnglish
department at Yale University, where she
will study from Jan. 1, 1972 until June,
While Miss Carmichael is on her leave
of absence, her duties will be assumed
jointly by Assistant Deans of Women
Julie Jones and Marianne Hitchcock,
"exploring in the area of British
by Lynn Lloyd
An automobile accident in 1969 left
Cindy Davis different from other students
Her neck was broken and she was
paralyed-making her life as a student
very difficult. And she feels the
University is doing little to aid
"There's no excuse for a state-owned
school to not be accessible
handicapped students." she said.
University should get something done
iam answers Betitioners
differences in the past over WCAR, I
would never have thought he would use
his bitterness towards this group (the
Publications Board) on me personally,"
Gilliam said in a prepared statement.
Crittenton resigned his WCAR position
after the Publications Board fired
Foreman. Crittenton had supported
Foreman during the board hearings.
A copy of the recall petition was sent
to Flections Board Chairman Larry
Fggert with a letter signed by Crittenton,
a Morrison senator; Joe Grier, governor of
Morrison; and Janette Steenhuis, speaker
nf the Morrison STintp
At Yale, Miss Carmichael will be
Literature of the late 19th Century," she
She said she is "enormously" excited
about the opportunity to do research in
the field of both her masters and doctoral
Her leave ot absence has been
approved by Chancellor J. Carlyle
Sitterson, Consolidated University
President William C. Friday and the
Consolidated University Board of
Trustees. Miss Hitchcock said she is
looking forward to an "interesting
UNC, and they aren't united," she added.
"The main problem in fighting for
renovations is the diversity of the
Miss Davis said bad curbs and the lack
of ramps hamper her movement on
campus, "and it's frustrating not to be
able to reach a water fountain."
Although some ramps have been built
into buildings, they are unsafe, she said.
"There is no book out on what
buildings I can get into." Miss Davis said.
"I did pick my courses by the building. I
She "didn't bother to get depressed"
Carolina's 127-69 dismantling of Rice in
Carmichael Auditorium is: it wasn't bad
The Tar Heels tied a school scoring
record on Ray Hite's jumper with three
seconds left, about the most thrilling
moment of a night completely dominated
by Tar Heel defense, rebounding and
Carolina rolled to a 70-39 haimme
lead before a frenzied crowd of fc00 and
compiled such unbelievable statistics as a
77.1 shooting percentage, 26 rebounds to
Rice's nine, and the friendly persuasion
of 1 7 Rice turnovers.
The only statistic in which the Owls
equalled the Tar Heels was minutes
And Coach Dean Smith's ACC
favorites did it all without perhaps their
most talented player. Bill Chamberlain,
who was suspended by Smith last week.
With Chamberlain out, Smith started a
formidable front line of 6-9 Robert
McAdoo, 6-9 Bobby Jones and 6-6
They promptly took an 11-0 lead,
with McAdoo scoring the first two
buckets. In fact, Rice's first two field
goals were given to them by McAdoo's
Wuycik led Tar Heel scorers with 24,
including 16 in the first half. Jones
picked up 14 in the first half, and nine
As the score mounted (34-17 with ten
minutes gone) Rice Coach Don Knodel
emptied his bench to find the right
combination. He probably should have
brought Elvin Hayes and Dwight Jones
from Houston with him, since the slower
Owls never could pass effectively through
Carolina's man-to-man defense and found
themselves bedazzled by the patented Tar
A typical first-half Carolina play came
with ten minutes gone, when George Karl
deflected a pass and rammed it backhand
toward the other end of the court. Steve
Signatures from 25 per cent of
Gilliam's constituency, men in Morrison,
are required to effect a recall election.
Crittenton said reasons for the petition
concerned Gilliam's actions on the
Publications Board and concerning
Crittenton also charged Gilliam with
contributing to "turning SL into a
Gilliam said he "is only one member
of the Publications Board" and the
decision to fire Foreman had been a
semester" while Miss Carmichael is
studying in New Haven, Conn.
This fellowship is only the most recent
in a long series of grants and fellowships
for post-doctoral research and teaching
for Miss Carmichael.
The holder of both the masters and
doctoral degrees in English from
Vanderbilt University, Miss Carmichael
was a teaching fellow there in 1941-42.
She was a Fulbright lecturer at the
Philippine Normal University in Manila in
1951-52 and the Smith-Mundt Professor
of Letters at the University of Saigon in
All you can sav after
Miss Davis regained the use of her
shoulder and neck muscles and the biceps
in the upper part of her arm. She is in a
wheelchair and must be moved about by
"The driver's burden is heavier than
mine," she said. "I couldn't have coped
with his problem. I'll smile until the day I
die to let him know that I am happy."
Miss Davis attended Park College in
Kansas City. Mo. for a year and now is a
UNC junior psychology major. Her father
is an astronomy professor here.
She is not accustomed to a large
university. "There's 3 verv uit'rie-.d'v
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Like a hunter stalking his prey. Carolina's Steve Previs(13)
moves in for a steal against Rice's Kim Kaufman. This was one
I'revis. stumbling out of bounds, tapped it
out to the charging Wuycik, who laid it in
and set the crowd roaring again.
Unnerved by the fans as well as the
Heels, the Owls only rarely got sharp
passing and shooting from their guards.
Both forwards, John Kabbes and Steve
Fmshoff, reached foul trouble early.
At halftime it was 70-39, and when
the Heels outscored Rice 26-5 in the first
5:25 of the second half, Smith jerked his
However, it made little difference until
unanimous vote of board members who
attended the WCAR hearing.
Gilliam said he had little to do with
Student Government refrigerator rental.
"I will not apologize for my work,"
said Gilliam. "I feel it has helped
If the petition receives enough
signatures and procedures of the recall
petition are approved by the Flections
Board, a new e'ection will be scheduled.
Gilliam and other qualified students
could enter that race.
Gilliam said he will definitely run in
the election if the petition is successful.
It is unlikely a recall election could be
scheduled until next semester and regular
Student legislature elections are in
"This is why I think the petition is
primarily intended to inconvenience and
embarass me," said Gilliam.
Student Body President Joe Stallings
said Thursday he felt Gilliam should not
be held solely accountable for the actions
of the Publications Board and Student
Stallings said while he disagrees with
Gilliam on many matters he has no part
in the recall effort.
TODAY: cold and clear; high in
the low 40s, lows in high 20s;
probability of precipitation very
good; snow possible.
meet people in classes because they're too
She is taking her heaviest course load
this semester since she has been at UNC.
She is on campus five days a week and
must be taken to her classes by her sister,
Her father brings her to campus each
morning in a van. She usually types her
tests and papers. "But 1 can write some
now." she said. "1 used to have to type all
my class work."
With the ue of hand splints and a
compressor of carbon dioxide, she can
of 36 Rice turnovers in the Tar Heels
night. (Staff photo by Cliff Kolovson)
the last five minutes, when a cold streak
robbed UNC of a chance at the scoring
Donn Johnston's pass to John
O'Donnell set up the 100th point with
13:43 remaining. However. Carolina
could 'only" outscore Rice 27-23 from
At the end, the Heels had shot 6S.4
per cent and outrebounded Rice 55-34.
McAdoo and Jones added 17 and 16 to
Wuycik's 24, while Johnston came off the
bench for 14 and Karl scored 10.
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King Nyle sings and plays at Thursday's Royal Debutante Ball. The mkrophone h
being held by one of the several debutantes who livened up the proceedings for the
more than 100 students in attendance. (Staff photo by Scott Stewart)
compressor. She types with two fingers.
A ramp and porch have been built
onto the back of the Davis house so that
she can get in and out. She has a special
desk, bed and phone. The door to her
bedroom has been widened so she can
move within the house.
Miss Davis has fought for such
renovations as ramps. "But getting
something done for me," she said, "isn't
getting it done for the others.
"We need to unite and decide what is
wrong. The barriers on campus are
different for all of us. but there are
127-69 win Thursday
Wuvcik and Karl alo combined for 15
aNSists. I miotf wa the scoring leader tor
Rice with 16, while Kim Kautman added
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"But the team's mature enough to
know that all we've earned is a win over
Rice," he cautioned. "It must have been
tough for Rice's guards to break in before
8,800 screaming fans."
She was in a Rehabilitation Center for
10 months before coming back to her
home. It was depressing for her to see the
depression of others.
"It was a sheltered life," she said,
"because everything was accessible and
we were protected. I knew I had to face a
real world. Now I want to finish school
more than anything and be on my own."
Miss Davis is not very aggressive, and
she admits it. She is optimistic, however.
"What's to be depressed about -I'm
still alive. There are nir thires- uhu-h