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by Mark Whicker
PII'ISBURGH Robert McAdoo
snowed a record Pitt University crowd
why he was a junior coil m. Ail-American
last year, and more importantly, showed
Carolina the way to a 90-75 victory
Saturday night over the troublesome
The 6 '9" McAdoo, in his second
game as a Tar Hee, scored 27 points,
snatched nine rebounds, and led a second
half charge alter Dean Smith's crew had
ce -beaten Princeton
by Mark Whicker
Sports I '.ditor
PRINCFTON, N.J. When Coach
Dean Smith heard that Princeton had lost
to Perm State 72-70 Friday night, he
considered it bad news.
The highly rated Tigers will try to
prove Smith right at 8 p.m. today when
they play the second-ranked Tar Heels in
7,500 capacity Jadwin Gymnasium.
The Tigers are what Coach John Lotz
calls "a legit good team." They feature
AIl-American candidate Brian Taylor,
captain of the U.S. Pan American team,
who averaged 29 points as a freshman and
23.5 as a sophomore.
Taylor led all scorers with 21 in the
loss to Pern State. His backcourt
teammate is 6'2" Ted Manakas. He
usually calls the teams shots on the floor
but can shoot as well. If Taylor and
Manakas aren't already in the Fast's best
backcourt, they may be next year, since
both are juniors.
At meeting today
Aldermen to dicii Ye
The Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen
will be presented today with preliminary
public market designs for vending on
The board will meet at 4 p.m. in the
Alderman Alice Welsh, a member of
the board's street vending committee,
said the designs will be presented to
inform the aldermen of the committee's
progress. Mrs. Welsh has been working
with Town Planner Art Berger and design
students from N.C. State University on
the market sketches.
"I don't think we will be ready to take
any action on vending Monday," Mrs.
This billboard presents relevant social commentary' on both
cigarette smoking and air pollution. Daily Tar Heel
led by only two at half time.
Ar.d the jammed packed crowd of
5,552 yelled for an upset in old
Fitzgerald Field House, "Big Mac" scored
seven straight points in Lettle over a
minute to give UNC an eleven point lead.
The Panthers, led by the long-range
gunning of guard Mike Paul, cut the lead
to 76-67 with 5:21 to go and got the ball
back on a turnover. But reserve forward
Donn Johnston took a rebound to set up
a George Karl layup and UNC coasted
The second half heroics saved a happy
At center is 6' 10" Andy Rimol, the
tallest player in Princeton history. He
averaged almost 20 points as a freshman.
Another sophomore, 6'6" John
Burger, and 6'6" captain Al Dufty are the
forwards. Burger was held scoreless by
the Nittany Lions, but the usually
low-scoring Dufty picked up 13 points.
Both are good rebounders and Berger
averaged 14.6 as a freshman.
Coach Pete Carroll lost 6'8" Bill
Kapler at the beginning of the season
with knee surgery. So Gerald Couzens is
an important figure, at 6'7".
At least Couzens will be prepared to
face the Tar Heels tonight. His senior
sociology thesis is "Relation of the
Basketball Team to Larger Society," and
he won't meet much larger society this
season than 6'9" Robert McAdoo, 6'9"
Bobby Jones, 6'6" Dennis Wuycik and
6'6" Bill Chamberlain.
With Chamberlain back from
suspension, Smith has awesome front
court depth. Don Johnston, 68," and
Welsh said. "One of the problems with
vending plans last summer was that the
board was not in on the planning. The
presentation Monday will be a progress
report on where we stand now and what
we've been doing in the last three
The public market sketches and
designs for vending stalls will be displayed
in the conference room in the Municipal
Building for an hour before the board's
meeting to give the aldermen an
opportunity to examine the sketches and
tlk with the design students about them,
Mrs. Welsh said.
The area proposed for vending is the
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Monday, December 6. 1971
homecoming for Pittsburgh surbamtes
Karl, Dennis Wuycik and Steve Previs. but
they could find little to celebrate about
in the first half.
Pitt slowed down Carolina with an
aggressive man-to-man defense and erased
a ten-point lead when Carolina went six
minutes without a field goal near the end
of the half.
Guards Paul and Kent Scott led the
Panthers to a 50 per cent field goal
percentage in the half, and all that kept
the Tar Heels in the lead was Pittsburgh's
overabundance of fouls.
6' 10" Craig Corson have improved so
much that sophomore scoring leader John
O'Donnell may get much time in this
McAdoo scored seven straight points
in Carolina's 90-75 win over Pittsburgh
Saturday night and at times he dominated
the game. And Wuycik, who always
scores more than he appears to, was
perfect on the foul line and scored 21
There may not be a more unselfish
player in college basketball than Steve
Previs, who got seven assists at Pitt. He'll
be guarding the dangerous Taylor tonight,
and George Karl, who has hit 13 of 15
floor shots this year, will be guarding
Princeton will be the toughest team
Carolina has faced thus far. The Tigers
hope their backcourt aces can make up
for Carolina's superior size and depth.
However, the Tar Heels are favored to
win their third game.
south side of Franklin Street in front of
the University Methodist Church. The
vending committee plans to brick in the
grassy pods between the curb and
sidewalk to create regulated vending
The State design students have drawn
specific stands and stalls to be mounted
in the pod areas for vending.
In other business, Mayor Howard Lee
will discuss with the board a proposal for
forming a Triangle area consumer
Lee said at the board's last meeting he
would like to see Chapel Hill join with
Raleigh and Durham to form a protection
photographer Cliff Kolovson found this interesting shot in
Boston during his Thanksgiving vacation.
Sophomore Bobby Jor.e. t)'1" . and
McAdoo helped Carolina get ahead by
seven early in the second half, but Paul
and sophomore Bill Knight, who fouled
out after 12 points, led the Panthers
The ball hawking of Jor.es. the fast
break artistry of Karl, aroused by his
home-town fans, and McAdoo s strength
finally clinched the triumph.
Wuycik scored 21 and Karl got 20.
Jones added 1 2 with nine rebounds and a
superb shot-blocking performance. Previs
only scored two but contributed seven
Bill Chamberlain, whose suspension
was removed by Smith Friday afternoon,
was effective late in the second half and
scored eight points with five assists.
Pittsburgh Coach Buz Ridl praised the
second ranked Tar Heels. "They had too
much manpower for us. enen though our
kids played well." he said.
The Tar Heels amazed the crowd by
substituting freely even though the game
was close throughout.
Carolina, now 2-0, meets Princeton in
Jadwin Gymnasium tonight.
North Carolina PG FT R F TP
Wuycik 6-9 9-9 5 1 21
McAdoo 10-17 7-9 9 1 27
Jones 6-11 0-0 9 0 12
Previs 0-3 2-2 2 3 2
Karl 8-10 4-5 3 2 20
Chamberlain 4-7 0-0 2 0 8
Johnston 0-0 0 0 1 1 0
Chambers O-O 0-0 O O o
Elston 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Huband 0-0 0-0 2 0 0
Corson -0 0-0 0 1 o
Totals 34-57 22-25 40 9 90
Pittsburgh FG FT R F TP
Paul 9-15 2-3 3 4 20
Scott 7-13 2-3 4 O 16
Edwards 1-3 0-10 2 2
O'Gorek 1-5 2-2 3 1 4
Morris 5-11 1-1 5 2 11
Knight 6-11 0-0 4 5 12
Sulkowlsky 3-3 0-0 0 5 6
Jones 1-4 0-0 12 2
Abrahams 1-4 0-0 2 0 2
Totals 34-70 7-10 22 21 75
North Carolina 39 51 - 90
Pittsburgh 37 38 75
agency to investigate products and
businesses on behalf of consumers.
Lee said he would have some specific
guidelines for the consumer agency and
would investigate the interest of Raleigh
and Durham in joining with the tow n.
Architect Tom Bridges will also meet
with the board to discuss bids received
for remodeling the Town Hall courtroom.
Renovation of the courtroom is one of
the major capital expenditures in the
year's budget. The remodeling will
provide for an additional day of District
Court here each week and meeting
quarters for the Board of Aldermen.
TODAY: cloudy and mild, highs
in the mid 50s, lows in the low 40s;
chance of precipitation 30 percent.
to aid eotirse evaluations
A group of students attempting to
evaluate the undergraduate curriculum of
the University will distribute course
evaluation questionnaires Tuesday and
Wednesday in classes. A
The questionnaires will be given to
professors through department secretaries
who will collect the questionnaires after
they are completed and return them to
the course evaluation group.
Answers to the questions will be
punched on IBM computer cards and
tabulated at the UNC Computer Center.
Tom Pace, co-chairman of the
evaluation group sponsored by Zeta Beta
Tau fraternity and Pi Beta Phi sorority,
said he expects 3,000 of the course
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This stove hood above a student's desk
paperwork mistake, according to Residence
by Greg Turosak
The installation of a stove hoo'd in 209
Connor dorm by the University Physical
plant during Thanksgiving break was due
to a paperwork mistake in the Office of
Residence Life, according to the office's
"The primary fault lies with Residence
Life." said Robert F. Kepner, director of
the office. He said the office had ordered
the installation of stove hoods in various
locations, and the order for the Connor
bedroom was "simply not noticed" in the
shuffle of paper work.
Physical Plant workmen installed the
appliance to fulfill an order signed last
sear when room 20l was not a bedroom.
Dorm residents said a maid asked the
workmen not to install the stove hood
above one of the room's desks, but they
completed their orders anyway.
The residents of the room, Beth
Swann and Tricia Mobley, were unaware
of the addition to their room until they
returned from vacation.
"I couldn't figure out what it was,"
said Miss Mobley. "At first I thought it
was some strange new light because we
don't have any desk lights."
She later determined it was part of a
stove which took up the space formerly
occupied by her bookshelf.
Connor has been trying to get a
kitchen for more than a year. Previous
efforts, by former dorm president
Carolyn Krisulewicz last year, had been
diverted because of a lack of funds.
Connor's current president, Janet
Stephens, wanted to have the kitchen
placed in the basement. However, the
basement is now occupied by Gamma
evaluation booklets to be printed by mid
March in time for fall pre-registration.
The group needs a minimum of S3.000
from Student Legislature, Pace said, for
printing and operational costs. He said
S2S5 was spent for the questionnaires
and Si 80 for the IBM cards.
Pace said the need for the course
evaluation booklet was "basically due to
the size of the University."
"The size of the University makes it
virtually impossible for a student to have
a reliable source of information about
courses and professors," he said. "We
hope this booklet will provide that
The questionnaires concern the
Founded February 23, 1893
in Connor Dormitory was installed due to a
Life Director Robert Kepner.
Sigma Sigma service sorority who moved
last fall from their old home in Cobb.
Mivs Stephens' efforts this year have
been directed at getting a new place for
GSS to stay. Connor could not put the
kitchen in a room other than the
basement, said Miss Stephens, because of
the expense of rewiring and pipework in
Because of the severe overcrowding in
Connor, Miss Stephens said, she was told
recently by Residence Life to wait again
until next fall for a kitchen.
Mrs. Graham Ramsey, Connor
residence director, and Miss Stephens said
they might consider leaving the hood
there so the rest of the kitchen will have
to be put in next year.
student's standing in the course and what
he thinks of various aspects of the
course's contents and requirements.
For example, one question is: "I
consider the required readings for this
course to be ... a) very poor b) poor c)
fair d) good e) very good."
The 22-question forms also concern
quizzes, papers, lectures and amount of
work of the courses.
The course evaluation group began
their work last spring and will turn the
results over to Creative Printers in Chapel
Hill by mid February, Pace said.
He said questionnaires will be
distributed for professors opinions of
their courses after Christmas vacation.