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2 The Daily Tar HssI Thursday, September 25, 1975
by Laura Seism
A second referendum to decide whether
women intramural managers should be paid
out of dorm social fees is being considered by
the Women's Residence Council, council
Chairperson Joyce Dalgleish said Tuesday.
Officers of women's residence areas have
expressed dissatisfaction with a new system,
approved in a referendum last spring which
directed that 50 cents of women dorm
residents' $5 social fee be used to pay
The 50 cents is cutting sharply into dorm
social fees, she said. Dorms that must
contribute money to a residence college, as
well as finance their own social activities,
need the money that now goes toward paying
intramural managers, Dalgleish said.
At Tuesday's residence council meeting,
many dorm presidents objected to paying
elected dorm officials. Most intramural
managers are elected dorm officers and serve
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on dormitory executive boards. They are the
only paid officers.
The Intramural Department's goal is to
have no elected officers as managers, said
Marybell Avery, assistant director of
Some managers are dorm officers this year
because they were elected before realizing
they would be paid, she said. In the future,
potential managers must apply at the
Representatives at the meeting also said
larger dorms such as Cobb subsidize smaller
dorms as a result of the new system, because
each dorm does not contribute the same
amount of money. Salaries for both men's
and women's intramural managers are paid
from each dorm's student social funds and
from matching University funds. The total
amount is divided evenly among all paid
Representatives also said the new system
has not increased the quality of the
intramural program. If women are not
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enthusiastic about intramurals, no manager
can get them to participate, several dorm
Only Whitehead President Jo Webster
said paying the manager has increased
participation in intramural athletics.
But Director of Intramurals Ron Violette
said the quality of the women's intramural
program could suffer if managers are not
"It's too early to tell what effect paying the
women's managers will have on their
program," he said. "The men's paid manager
Drake ford announces
for Carrboro alderman
Robert W. Drakeford, a program analyst
for the state Division of Youth Services,
became the first candidate to file for one of
the three Carrboro Board of Aldermen seats
Drakeford, 30, who holds a master's
degree in regional planning from UNC, said
he is running to bring his planning expertise
to the board.
The town needs to ensure that factors
other than pure economics are considered in
decisions on growth, he said.
"Environmental and social impacts also
should be examined."
Drakeford advocated investigating the
possibility of a Carrboro bus system.
Carrboro should also build more bikeways
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program is functioning well, and 1 think it
would help the women's program.
"I would like to see the program stay the
way it is, but if the women don't want to
spend the money, it's the'ir decision."
Approval of last spring's referendum was
due to poor publicity and voter confusion,
"Everybody I have talked to said they were
unaware of the fact that the money would go
to pay intramural managers," she said.
"They thought it would be used to buy
and sidewalks. He said he would like to
increase the town's recreational offerings for
the elderly and the young.
His candidacy has been endorsed by the
Carrboro Community Coalition, a citizen's
group which is interested in long-range town
planning and a bus system.
Douglas Sharer, a coalition member, said
the group will serve as Drakeford's
campaign organization by distributing
leaflets and campaigning door-to-door.
Sharer said $50 has been raised in the
campaign, which should not cost more than
Sharer said Drakeford would be a strong
advocate of the students' interests in
Carrboro. As a resident of Berkshire
Apartments, Drakeford would be interested
in consumer-landlord problems, Sharer
Drakeford said he thought he could
represent all citizens of Carrboro without
respect to age, job status, wealth or race.
Making his first bid for public office,
Drakeford has been national vice president
of Phi Beta Sigma, a service and social
fraternity. He was named an Outstanding
Young Man of America in 1974.
A three-year resident of Carrboro,
Drakeford grew up in New York City and
received his bachelor's degree from
Quinnipiac College in Hamden, Conn.
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Election for CGC seats
scheduled for Oct. 4
j Campus elections will be held
g Wednesday, Oct. 15, to decide five
referenda and elect three
representatives to the Campus
Two of the referenda on the ballot
are proposed amendments to the
i;! student constitution,
ijij One amendment would prevent
: one person from holding more than
ijij one position in the CGC. The second
jij: proposed amendment states: "The
:i: constitutions, charters, and bylaws of
: all organizations receiving funds
from the CGC shall be subject to
review and approval by the CGC
Students living in campus
residence halls will vote on a
referendum to increase dormitory
social fees, while members of the
Graduate and Professional Student
Federation will vote on a revised
constitution for the group.
The CGC seats to be decided are
Graduate District IV (School of
by Vernon Mays
Because of the success of last year's
Student Government bicycle registration
drive, the Student Transportation
Commission is encouraging bike registration
again this year.
Beginning Monday, Sept. 29, student
volunteers and campus police will be
stationed across campus to register bicycles
not registered in Chapel Hill previously.
Students who register bicycles must
complete a registration form, have a
reflective sticker on the bicycle and pay a 50
cent fee. A registration number will be
stamped on the frame.
Olin Fox of the Student Transportation
Commission said bicycle registration has not
only reduced the number of stolen bicycles in
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medicine and School of Education),
and off-campus Undergraduate
District II and VI.
Students will also vote on an
advisory referendum to determine if
smoking should be allowed in
classrooms. The referendum will not
ban smoking in classrooms, but
instead will be sent to the Faculty
Council which will decide the jssue.
Students wishing to run for one of
the CGC seats should contact the
Student Government secretary in
Suite C of the Union before Oct. 6.
For the undergraduate seats
students wishing to run must reside in
the respective district. For the
graduate seats, students must be
registered within one of the schools.
Elections Board Chairperson
Brooke Bynum is also looking for
volunteers to help tend polling places
and count ballots. Interested
students should contact her in Suite
begins Sept. 29
Chapel Hill but has increased the number of
stolen bikes which are returned.
"Bike registration is like insurance," Fox
said. "It's a small price to pay for the
protection you're getting."
One advantage of registering bicycle is
that, if stolen, the chances of it being
returned are much greater, Fox said. Before
last year's bike registration drive, stolen
bikes were seldom returned to the owners
because owners were not identifiable, he
said. Registration records in the police office
now makes it easy to trace owners.
Chapel Hill Police Department records
show that in the last four months of 1973,
107 bicycles were reported stolen, while only
67 were reported in the fall of 1 974 during the
bicycle registration drive.
In the first six months of 1974, before
bicycle registration, 264 bicycles were
reported stolen, whereas between January
and June of this year, only 117 bike thefts
Fox estimated that only half of the
bicycles in Chapel Hill are registered and
said on-campus registration is "a lot more
convenient that going to the Chapel Hill
Registration will be held on the following
days at these locations from 2 to 4 p.m.:
sept- Henderson Residence College
Oct 1 Morrison
6 Upper Quad, Old East, Old West
8 Scott Residence College
13 Hinton James .
22 Triad, Spencer, Whitehead
29 Lower Quad
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A Bicentennial symposium entitled "The
Experience of Revolution in North Carolina
and the South" opens on the UNC campus
today in Hamilton Hall Auditorium.
Three of the symposium's nine American
Revolution scholars will speak today,
focusing on the Southern experience in the
Professor Robert M. Weir of the
University of South Carolina will speak at 2
p.m. on "Rebelliousness."
He will be followed at 3 p.m. by Professor
Pauline Maier of the University of
Massachusetts, discussing "The First
Generation of Revolutionary Leaders in the
"Political Culture, Social Change, and the
Origins of the American Revolution in
Virginia" will be the topic covered at 8 p.m.
by Johns Hopkins University professor Jack
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