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2 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, November 7, 1S73
The Order of the Valkyries, UNCs highest
women's honorary society inducted 23
junior and senior members and five
honorary members in a pre-dawn ceremony
None of those inducted knew of the honor
ahead of time. "
The women inductees were escorted from
their dormitories and apartments between 12
midnight and 1 a.m. today by hooded figures
carrying candles and a golden gong.
Members were chosen on the basis of
scholarship, leadership, service and
The new senior inductees are:
Kathleen Blake, participant in the North
Carolina Fellows Program and the
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"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?"
Psalm 2:1 and Acts 4:25
The following quotation is from the monument of Thos. E. Watson on the Capitol .
grounds in Atlgnta: "DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS EXIST BY REASON OFTHEIR ,
VIRTUE. IF EVER THEY PERISH IT WILL BE WHEN YOU HAVE FORGOTTEN THE
PAST, BECOME INDIFFERENT TO THE PRESENT, AND UTTERLY RECKLESS AS
TO THE FUTURE." If we mistake not, efforts were made by some to pull down Mr. ,
Watson off the "high place" of esteem his fellow citizens place him. If they
succeeded with some, yet the truth of this statement and prophecies will live on
and be fulfilled by loss and curse upon us and our institutions, if forgotten. "AND
JUDGEMENT IS TURNED AWAY BACKWARD. AND JUSTICE STANDETH AFAR ;
OFF: FOR THRUTH IS FALLEN IN THE STREET, AND EQUITY CANNOT ENTER," ,
YET THE LORD SAW IT, AND WAS DISPLEASED. Isaiah 59:14, 15. Even if Truth ,
falls in the street and Equity cannot enter, yet in time God raises it up to fulfill His
judgements. Would it not be wise for our State Fathers to read and meditate
upon this prophecy of Mr. Watson in view of their responsibility for "such a time
as this," and their sworn duty?" "AN ALMIGHTY JUSTICE DOES VERILY RULE
THIS WORLD. IT IS GOOD TO FIGHT ON GOD'S SIDE, AND BAD TO FIGHT ON
THE DEVIL'S SIDE!" "MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE THE TRUE FEAR OF THE
LORD IN THEIR HEARTS. AND ARE RIGHTEOUS IN HIS SIGHT, DO MORE TO
PROTECT A PEOPLE, AND PROCURE PEACE AND BLESSING TO A LAND, THAN
ALL THEIR GREAT STATESMEN; SOLDIERS, AND ARMANENTS!" "FOR
NOTHING SHOULD THE PEOPLE OF GOD MORE DEVOUTLY PRAYTHAN THAT
THEIR GREAT MEN MIGHT BE GOOD AND GOD-FEARING MEN."
"IF EVER THEY PERISH IT WILL BEWHEN YOU HAVE FORGOTTENTHE PAST!'
Consider the following statement "out of the past" concerning the conditions
about the time of the fall of the Western portion of the Roman Empire: "AND AS
FOR THE WEST, IT WAS LEFT TO THE MERCY OF THE BARBARIANS! FOR
TWELVE GENERATIONS, MURDER, WAR. ARSON. PLUNDERING WERE THE
ORDER OF THE DAY. ONE THING, ONE THING ALONE, SAVED EUROPE FROM
COMPLETE DESTRUCTION, FROM A RETURN TO THE DAYS OF THE CAVEMAN
AND THE HYENA! THIS WAS THE CHURCH, THE FLOCK OF HUMBLE MEN AND
WOMEN WHO FOR MANY CENTURIES HAD CONFESSED THEMSELVES
FOLLOWERS OF JESUS, THE CARPENTER OF NAZARETH. WHO HAD BEEN
KILLED THAT THE MIGHTY ROMAN EMPIRE MIGHT BE SAVED THE TROUBLE
OF A STREET RIOT IN A LITTLE CITY SOMEWHERE ALONG THE SYRIAN
FRONTIER!" (There were other things concerning the killing of the Carpenter of
Nazareth, and the aftermath, ot which the eminent Historian evidently know
nothing, sad to say: JESUS WAS THE CARPENTER OF HEAVEN WHO BUILTTHE
UNIVERSE "ALL THINGS WERE MADE BY HIM, AND FOR HIM." Colossians
1:16 ALSO, THIS CARPENTER WROUGHT OUT "GOD'S SO GREAT'
SALVATION" IN ORDER THAT 'THE SOUL THAT SINNETH MIGHT NOT
PERISH." IF THERE IS "REPENTANCE TOWARDS GOD. AND FAITH TOWARDS
THE LORD JESUS CHRIST."
"ONE THING, ONE THING ALONE, SAVED EUROPE FROM COMPLETE
DESTRUCTION, FROM A RE-TURN TO THE DAYS OF THE CAVEMAN AND THE
HYENA! THIS WAS THE CHURCH!" Probably there are between 6 and 700 of
these "one things" in the city of Atlanta alone, whose duty and privilege it is to
teach men and women and children to honor God and obey His Commandments:
Honor father and mother, do no murder, commit no adultry, steal not, lie not,
neither desire nor covet anything that belongs to another: Teach men and
women and children to disobedience and violations of these Commandments
brings down from Heaven the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience.
With all these hundreds of Churches in our City, yet we find an alarming amoung
of crime, murder, rape, arson, all sorts of anarchy, riot and plundering of the
goods, rights and liberties of others some of which is done in the name of
"human rights" instead of "inhuman rights" and supported, we think, by "blind
leaders of the blind!" Wonder if maybe we have been ordaining, baptising, and
taking into our Churches some unconverted "cavemen and hyenas!" (Think it
was the late Billy Sunday that told this story: His daughter introduced him to a
young man she was dating and asked his opinion of him. After looking him over,
he said: "His eyes are too close together, that is a sign of the "hyena" in him:
better pass him up, sis.")
Sometimes we never know if a person belongs to the Church until the funeral
notice appears. It might be profitable if his Church relations, if any, were noted
when he gets in jail for crime and lawlessnesl Acneck could be made to see if his
Church taught him God's Commandments regarding honor due to God, his
mother and father, and to his fellowman forbidding murder, adultery, stealing,
lying, coveting and desiring anything God in His Providence has given to another.
Surely, his Church being tax exempt, should contribute this help to the police,
judges, and civial authorities charged with the duty of keeping law and order, not
to mention the Church's vowed duty to God Almighty. This would be very helpful
to the individual Churches in giving them the opportunity to check upon the
quality of the product they send out into the world. Dvyight Moody said: "If
Christianity don't straighten out your character, it is not worth the snap of your
From observation, and things we read and hear, it appears there is quite a gap
developing between the clergy and the laity, the pulpit and the pew. If our
understanding of the cause is correct, it is a good and healthy sign. Generally
speaking many of the clergy, and especially the top-brass, have departed from
"The Faith" that The Bible is the infallible and inerrant Word of God from one end
to the other: while most of the laymen and thosa in the pew still hold to the
teaching of The Lord Jesus Christ and confirmed to us down through the ages by
the Church Fathers: 'THAT GOD'S WORD IS TRUE FROM THE BEGINNING:
AND EVERY ONE OF HIS RIGHTEOUS JUDGMENTS ENDURETH FOREVER."
Psalm 1 1 9:1 60; 'THE SCRIPTURES CANNOT BE BROKEN" John 1 0:35: and
"MAN SHALL NOT LIVE BY BREAD ALONE, BUT BY 'EVERY WORD' THAT
PROCEEDETH OUT OF THE MOUTH OF GOD." Matthew and Luke 4:4.
May we suggest that in judging3nd being critical of The Church you being with
yourself. Examine your own relations to the Church in the light of the vows
taken, neglected, failed to take, or perform. Does your purpose and conduct in
relations to God and His Commandments tend to procude such a climate as
favors the "caveman and hyena," or, that favors "righteousness that exalts a
READ YOUR BIBLE, BELIEVE YOUR BIBLE, AND SEEK THE WILL OF GOD FOR
YOUR OWN LIFE BY OBEDIENCE TO THE BIBLE.
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Secret ceremony held in early morning
Residence Advisory program; Constance
Booke Bynum, member of the Student:
Consumer Action Union and participant in!
the YM-YWCA's International Bazaar,
Kathryn Newsome Campbell, student health
advocate and worker for the Chapel.
HillCarrboro Rape Crisis Center;
Dianne Lynn Cherry, member of the -Delta
Sigma Theta sorority and participant
in the Minority Advisory program; Julie
Ann Fritts, member of the North Carolina
Student Legislature and the attorney
general's staff; Vanessa Jemetta Gallman,
Black Student Movement minister of
information and news editor of Black Ink;
Rose Ann Hard, production worker for
the dramatic arts department; Susan Gail
renownea miss u.l.
being accepted for .;
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Kelly, managing editor of the 1975 Yackety
Yack; Beverly Robin Levina, president of
the Panhellenic Council; Ellen Frisbee May,
Student Government executive secretary;
Edith Ashly Moore, participant in the
Inter-Varsity Action Group and member of
the Panhellenic Council; Julianne Beth
Nelson, member of the Association of
International Students and the University
Orchestra; Susan Patricia Shackelford, -Daily
Tar Heel sports editor.
Jane Levington Slotin, organizer of
Special Studies 90, "The Ideal University";
Harriet Sue Sugar, former DTH features
editor and co-editor of the New Carolinian;
Winnona Celestine Swayza, organizer of the
Ebony Readers and worker for the Minority
Elizabeth Gordon Taylor, residence
advisor and member of the Carolina
Christian Fellowship; Mary Sloan
Thompson, member of the Orientation
Commission and president of Phi Mu
sorority; and Patricia Ann Thompson, for
work in making women's field hockey a
varsity UNC sport.
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it be sold for?
"Land never reverts back to a lesser
intensive use," state landscape architect
Task force chairperson Olive, who
described the controversy as "a logical and
necessary evolutionary debate that has to be
answered," stressed the distinction between
people's views of the river and land.
"No one opposes preserving the river,"
Olive said. But he said some people oppose
preserving the land around the river.
However, Davis said, the two are not
mutually exclusive. "In order to preserve the
river we must preserve a certain amount of
land," he said.
Furthermore, the public owns the river's
water, Davis explained. "There is no such
thing as privately owned water. If the fellow
upstream pollutes the water then he is
infringing on another person's rights."
But even now, while the Orange County
task force is meeting, the land around the
river is being developed. The Placid Valley
subdivision, located on the north side of the
river between Guess and Cole Mill roads,
contains houses built on quarter-acre lots.
The Bluffs of the Eno and the Brigadoon
subdivisions also threaten the river. The
Bluffs subdivision, upriver in Orange
County, is less dense than Pleasant Valley.
The subdivision contains houses built on lots
of one acre or more.
The denser the development, the greater
the chance that the river will flood because
the water will run off the hard surfaces,
Davis said. In undeveloped land, the water
will be on the campus
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New junior Valkyries are:
Sharon Affreda Ezell, member of the
BS M G ospel Choir and worker for the Black
Christian Fellowship; Andromeda Monroe,
student. attorney general; Margaret Olivia
Kirk, worker for the Alcoholic
Rehabilitation Center, and Anne Marie
Riether, residence advisor and chairperson
of the Alpha Epsilon Delta Symposium on
Honorary inductees are:
Gillian T. Cell, associate professor of
history and advisor to the Chancellor's
Planning Committee on Student Aid;
Martha N. Hardy, assistant speech professor
and advisor to the UNC Reader's Theatre;
Elaine Hilberman, assistant professor of
psychiatry and organizer of the Rape Crisis
Center; Julia Cherry Spruill, author of
Women's Life and Work in the Southern
Colonies; and Jill Stritter, advisor to the
Association of International Students.
The Order of the Valkyries was formed in
1941 to recognize outstanding UNC women.
Membership is limited to junior and senior
women and is open to no more than two per
cent of the women students enrolled at UNC.
will usually soak into the ground before it
hits the river.
Also, the closer the development is to the
river, the more damage it causes, Davis said.
The Brigadoon subdivision in Orange
County is not very dense but lies very close to
the river. Some houses go to the edge of the
river, he said.
"But at the present time there is nothing
we can do to tell a builder how to build his
subdivision," Davis explained.
Another form of development on Eno
River land is timber cutting, which exposes
new soil and increases siltation, he said. A
2,500 acre lot that borders the river is now
But until development guidelines are
established by the state, the owner of that
land is not in violation of any law.
Ideally, the task force will try to establish
some guidelines for future development and
use of the land, according to the task force
Ideally, the task force will try to establish
some guidelines for future development and
use of that land.
Calling the task force a fact-finding body,
Olive said, "We're not trying to heat up
tempers. We're trying to calm things down
and look at things objectively."
Commissioner Gustaveson expressed the
opinion that many share, when he said,
"Land is a very scarce commodity, and we've
all got to work together to see that we can
pass something on to future generations."
Hobgood to address
Judge Hamilton Hobgood, who presided
over the Joan Little trial, will speak at 6:30
p.m. Friday at the Institute of Government.
He will address the 14th annual N.C.
Press-Broadcasters Court Reporting
Seminar on "The Judge and the Sensational
Trial." Hobgood is a UNC graduate.
The seminar, to be held on Nov. 7 and 8,
will study the relation of the media to the
courts and the criminal justice system.
Professor Elmer R. Oettinger of the Institute
of Government is the seminar director.
The Carolina Course Review
wishes to apologize to Dr.
DeSaix of the Zoology
Department for having printed
inaccurate information about
her section of Zoology II.
Contrary to the Review, Dr.
De Saix does not assign
projects, nor are her quizzes
comprehensive. The Review
regrets any inconvenience
caused by our mistakes.
The .Soviet National Basketball team,
meet the Tar Heels on Nov. 15, but UNC Basketball Coach Dean Smith is not overconfident.
"You really can't draw comparisons from what they did against other teams " Smith said,
emphasizing that the Russians experimented with new players against Indiana and limited
the playing time of their biggest star, Alexadr Belov.
The Soviet team has worked out every day for nine years. Smith pointed out. It s their
duty to play basketball."
Furthermore, Smith said the Russians have learned much frornAmencan basketball.
"Everytime I've given a clinic in Europe, a Russian has been there."
...But Rabbi Robert A. Seigel, UNC Jewish Chaplain, is organizing a protest against the
game. The protest will be peaceful, he said, to make the American public aware of the plight
of Russian Jews. Literature will be his chief weapon, he said.
"We want to remind Americans that the Jews are in slavery' in Russia," Seigel said, adding
that the Soviet Union refuses to let Jews practice their religion or leave the country.
"I think the protest will have an effect because the Soviet leaders are very sensitive to world
opinion," he added."We hope to make the public concerned enough to send letters to
Congress and express their views internationally."
...Planning a new addition to Carolina's growing media scene is Katheriiie Smart, an
editor of Alchemist magazine.
Scheduled for publication this spring, Alchemist will be an interdisciplinary magazine
aimed at making science both readable and interesting to all students. Smart said.
"Particularly on this campus, either you're a science student or you don't know anything
about science," the senior from Asheville said. "We'd like to bridge the gap between the arts
and the sciences."
Smart added that Alchemist magazine will present science as a spectrum of knowledge,
rather than a divided field of study.
. . . Chapel Hill veterinarian Dr. Louis Vine is now undergoing an investigation by the N. C.
Board of Veterinary Examiners, Ron Mackofthe Student Consumer Action Union(SCAU)
Mack said SCAU forwarded four complaints alleging unethical veterinary practices by
Vine to the Board of Examiners. The board has ruled that two of the complaints warranted
Vine, owner of Vine's Veterinary Hospital, said Wednesday any comment on the
complaints would be premature because the Board of Examiners has not made an official
ruling on the issue. Vine's hearing with Board of Examiners is set for January.
... Living in a tree is a "lesson in simplicity," says Thorn Adorney who did just that for a
day and a half. The sophomore from Greenwich, Conn., said he made his decision after
hearing of a group interaction project which took place in a tree.
"I did it just to see how I could adapt to the tree," he said. "It was very uneventful. I spent
most of the day watching' hawks and climbing around."
Armed with a nylon hammock and a knapsack full of food and text books, Adorney found
his tree in the country and stayed aloft from 2 a.m. Saturday to late Sunday afternoon.
Adprney, who would like to do it again with a group, said "I found out how complicated
human existence really is. I'm not as close to my primordial roots as I thought."
From the wires of
United Press International
WASHINGTON Nelson A. Rockefeller
said Thursday party squabbles triggered his
decision not to run for the vice presidency
next year, but he refused to rule out a 1976
bid for the presidency.
In his first news conference since his
surprise announcement Monday that he
would not be a vice presidential candidate
next year, Rockefeller said he supports Ford
and expects him to be nominated for a full
Saying that "party squabbles" made him
decide not to be Ford's 1976 running mate,
the vice president repeatedly brushed aside
questions about his political future saying: "I
have no plans beyond this press conference."
Asked if he still had presidential
ambitions, Rockefeller said: "Listen, I
wouldn't have accepted the vice presidency if
I wasn't willing to accept the presidency, if,
God forbid, something happened to the
N. Y. bankruptcy okayed
WASHINGTON A House judiciary
The YM-YWCA's Potluck Dinner Discussion for today will
be held at the home ol Dr. and Mrs. Karl Petersen. The
1972 MG8 Roadster. Motor in good condition, needs new
top. $2,000. Call 929-8892 Keep Trying
FOR SALE: ATALA COMPETIZIONE, 24" frame, Reynolds
531 double butted, sew ups, Campy 'T hubs. Campy
Granturisimo, exc. condition. One month old. $250, Durham -286-7665.
SUPER RUMMAGE, bake, plant and craft sale. Furniture,
books, home-baked goods: hundreds of items! Saturday,
November 8, 9-12. Wesley Foundation (Pittsboro Street).
Benefit Montessorl School.
For Sale: Marantz 2220 receiver. Superb condition. 18
months old. Call Sherman: 968-9305.
1964 Porsche 356C. Clean. Signal Red. 2650.00. 493-1580
after 4:00 in Durham.
Wanted: male to share Royal Park Apt starting Jan. 1. $80
plus Vi elec. 2 miles from campus by bus. Call 967-6087.
Third roomate wanted to share 2 bedroombathroom
Foxcroft Apartment Rent $80month plus 13 electricity.
Either sex preferred. Call Chris or Giles at 967-9845.
For Sale - two room contracts (Morrison) (male). Buy
together and room together or buy individually. Spring
semester. FMI 933-4023.
Canoe rentals - 7:50 day. Complete Whitewater equipment,
now used kayaks under $200. Also used wetsults. Noon til 8
p.m., 353S Htilsboro Rd., Durham. 383-2106 (next to Plants
Unlimited) River Runner's Emporium
High rent got you down. Available immediately 243 bedroom
mobile home. $95.00 & $125.00 per month. Phone 929-2854
or 942-5286. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Some utilities furnished.
Needed Immediately counter help finishers. WHI train.
Apply In person. Dunkin' Donuts. 407 W.Franklin 968-9098.
WANTED: Tickets to Janlt Ian concert. Call 929-8400.
Stolen: from Venable Parking lot Tuesday night (Nov. 4) Dark
blue Kawasaki 900 motorcycle. Anyone who saw anything
auspicious hi this are pleas call th Poiic.
CONDOM SAMPLES: Learn the difference between
condoms with on of our famous sampie packs. Pre shaped,
textured, color, lubricated, skins, stubs. Designed to Increase
sexual satisfaction. ADAM EVE, Franklin A Columbia SL
(over th Zoom). 829-0170.
Excellent typist thesis papers etc Fast service. $.70pag.
Call Laine 967-3410. Best hours to call - after 9 p.m.
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Pro-life Pregnancy Counseling. Call BIRTHCHOICE 7 p.m.
10 p.m. Monday thru Friday. 942-3030.
LOST: Denim Jacket -with large flower on beck. Lft at bus
stop behind Union or on U-bus route Nov. 3. Sentimental
value. Rward. Contact Chris. 933-4404 or 255 Jams. .
recently defeated by Indiana and Marquette, will
subcommittee approved a bill Thursday to
enable New York City to go bankrupt.
The bill was pushed forward after it
became apparent that Democratic
sponsored measures in the House and Senate
to save New York from defaulting on its
debts were in trouble.
House Speaker Carl Albert and Chairman
William Proxmire of the Senate Banking
Committee said those measures making
billions in federally guaranteed loans to the
city would be defeated if brought to a vote
now. Both lawmakers said 4hey- hoped, to
reverse the anti-New York "tide" running
through Congress. ; iv-rt:-;-
President Ford suggested Congress enact
bankruptcy legislation last week when he
announced he would veto a loan guarantee
But Ford's bill was defeated by a vote of
five Democrats against two Republicans and
the subcommittee adopted, 7-0, a
Democratic version which assures the city it
would retain all "governmental and political
powers" in bankruptcy.
discussion leader will be Dr. Charles Zug, who will speak on
'Folklord and Calendar Customs.' For further information,
check by the Y office.
Anyone interested in attaining information on Israel
programs, employment opportunities in Israel and Garin
Aliyah may do so at the Israel Aiiyah Information Center from
12:30 to 5 p.m. in Room 217 of the Union.
An organizational meeting of the Jewish Students
Movement on campus will be held at 3:30 p.m. in Room 217 of
the Union. Plans will be made for the UNC vs. U.S.S.R.
basketball game protest and other Jewish activities.
The International Center and the Association of
International Students will co-sponsor a coffee hour from 1 1
a.m. to 11 p.m. In the International Center, basement ot
The International Student Center will sponsor a slide show
about U.S. international parks for international students and
their host families at 7:30 p.m. in Room 202 of the Union.
The Unitarian Universalis! Fellowship of Chapel Hill and
Durham will meet at 10:30 a.m. Sunday in the upper school
building of the Friends School on Couch Road, off Mt. Sinai
Road. The service will, in part, be In commemoration of the
200th anniversary of Universallsm In the United States.
The India Association of UNC invites everybody to attend
its Festival of Lights at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Wesley
Foundation of Chapel Hill. Free Indian sweets will be served.
The Saturday morning Shabbat program at the Hiliel, 210
W. Cameron Ave., Is as follows: 9:30 Shachartt service and
Torah reading; 11:00 Talmud study; 12:00 Musaf; and
12:15 sit-down kiddish. Everyone Is welcome. For
information, call David at 929-3141 (night) and 933-3740
The Student Council for Exceptional Children will hold a
covered dish supper at 5 p.m. Sunday In the basement of
Parker Dorm. Special Olympics will be discussed.
There will be a program meeting at the Hiliel Foundation at
730 p.m. Sunday. All who wish to participate are urged to
attend. Location is 210 W. Cameron Ave.
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