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Serving the students and (he University community since 1893
Volume 85, Issue No. 1ft J "2-
Tuesday, April 18, 1978, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Please call us: 933-0245
There is a 60 percent chance
of afternoon showers or
Temperatures today should
reach a high of 70, with the
low in the 40s.
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And now ladies, for the first prize
of $25,000, take off your clothes
By LESLIE SCISM
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK
Bill Arsenault compares women to
sculpture and books.
"There are good pieces of sculpture and
bad pieces," says Arsenault, a 37-year-old
Playboy magazine photographer who has
seen hundreds of nude women during his
"In a way I am appraising, but it comes
down to this: Some gals are classics, and
some aren't. Just like books."
Arsenault, who maintains that he isn't
a playboy himself, has been at the
Governor's Inn since last week screening
bikini-clad bodies for Playboy's Miss
January 1979. Playboy is sponsoring a
20-city body hunt in honor of the
magazine's 25th anniversary and will pay
the young woman $25,000 rather than the
normal $10,000 centerfold fee.
Arsenault was scheduled to fly to
Chicago, Playboy's headquarters,
Saturday, but response has been so good
in the Triangle area that "we decided to
stay three extra days. We've seen more
than 200 girls here so far." He interviews
applicants from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. each day,
usually taking about 20 minutes with
Of the applicants he's seen so far in the
area, he said about 20 are potential
"I'm not sure what I'm looking for. Not
just physical beauty, although you need a
pretty face and figure. There's more, like
intelligence. But let's face it, Playboy
involved in frats;
rush top priority
By ED WILLIAMS
The percentage of UNC men joining
fraternities is decreasing although the Greek
system nationwide is alive and thriving, Tom
Terrell, Interfraternity Council president,
said recently. And falling fraternity
enrollment is but one problem IFC must
contend with in the coming year, Terrell
IFC is the representative body for the 29
UNC fraternities and is designed to lobby for
Greek needs and to solve problems of
"Some fraternities at UNC do have a
membership problem," Terrell said. "Right
now, the percentage of male undergraduates
in a fraternity is at about 19 percent. It used
to be 24 percent." According to Terrell, the
number of men entering UNC is on the rise,
but the number of men pledging fraternities
is staying stable.
"About the same number of men are in
fraternities each year; it is the percentage
that is decreasing," he said.
Some fraternities are having difficulty
remaining solvent due to membership
problems, Terrell said. "I think some
fraternities are extending bids to people they
usually would not," he added. Terrell said it
is a question between fraternities lowering
standards and having problems surviving.
With membership problems at some
houses, Terrell said IFC's top priority next
year is rush. The council intends to spend
$1,800 on rush promotional material to be
sent to junior transfer students and incoming
freshmen. It also has begun plans for open
house visitation during August.
Terrell said the biesest problem the
By WILL WILSON
Roy Clark's hit-and-run double in the 12th inning scored
Dave Barnett from first base to give Carolina a 10-9 ACC win
over first-place Clemson Monday in Boshamer Stadium
keeping the Tar Heels regular season title hopes alive.
The win gives Carolina a sweep of the two-game-season
series against the Tigers, and leaves Clemson, 9-2, a half-game
in front of the Tar Heels, 9-3, in the league standings.
Clemson now must play a make-up game at N.C. State at 1
p m today A Tiger win would give them first place outright
and enable them to host the double elimination portionof the
ACC Tournament Friday through Sunday. They would also
receive a first-round bye.
But should they lose, they would be tied with Carolina, and
the Tar Heels would get the host spot and bye because of their
two wins over Clemson.
State has more at stake than just the role of spoiler
however. The Wolfpack and Maryland are tied for fourth, and
State needs to win to host its first-round contest against the
Terps Wednesday. Other first-round games pit Virg.nia at
Wake Forest and Duke at Clemson or Carolina.
Clark's double ended the four-hour, 20-minute affair that
saw Carolina rally from a 9-5 deficit with three runs m the
eighth and one in the ninth.
The Tar Heels nearly won the game on two earlier
occasions. After thev tiod'it in the ninth, they Mill had runners
magazine is a business, and the centerfold
sells. Especially in the 25th anniversary
issue, the playmate is going to be
scrutinized very closely."
What type of females have been
auditioning for the part?
"We run the gamut. One or two of them
are not real pretty, sort of homely, at least
by Playboy's standards, although I don't
like to use the word. All are beautiful in
their own way, even if it's just to their
"We're trying to find the diamonds in
the rough. There are some girls who know
how to put themselves together. And
some are 18 and 19 and have never been
interested in fashion magazines, but have
a natural beauty."
Many of the women are interested in
the $25,000 prize. "There was one artist
who wanted the $25,000 for a studio. One
19-year-old wanted the money for a
Some of the young women "are eager
to take their clothes off," he said, and
every once in a while a woman will offer
herself to Arsenault hoping the tactic will
win her a centerfold spot. Others are less
presumptuous, like the hopeful from
Columbia, S.C., he interviewed two
weeks ago who was so nervous that she
broke but in hives.
"Most come in here curious and then
some come in with fear, a fear of the
unknown," he said.
Part of Arsenault's job is to ease that
fear. He does this by chit-chatting with
the applicant before asking her to change
IFC's Tom Terrell
fraternity system at UNC is facing now is a
lack of unity. "Over the past few years, the
IFC has been weak; it hasn't done a good job
at holding the fraternities together," he said.
"I don't think that all the fraternities think
of themselves as part of a system. There is a
lack of camaraderie and community spirit.
See FRATERNITIES on page 2.
10-9 win in extra innings;
game today decides champ
into her bathing suit for the "bikini
shots." After re-appearing from an
adjoining bathroom clad in a two-piece
suit, the applicant is photographed in
several different poses; one is a reclining
position on a sofa with a wistful look, one
is by a window and one is leaning against
"Basically, I take a few polaroids. Then
if the girl has potential, I schedule her for
an appointment later in the week for
more exhaustive shooting.
"This involves more exposure. After
all, that's what we're looking for."
Arsenault said he has been
disappointed by the figures of many
applicants. "It's a shame that so many
beautiful gals from college have figures
that aren't what they should be. It's
"They say, 'Oh, I'm so tar.' I don't want
to come right out and confirm that they're
fat. I encourage them to stick to their
diets. I can appreciate what they go
through, though, having grown up in
husky pants with love handles on each
Prosecutors: anti-porn law not valid
By PAM KELLEY
State and federal prosecutors Monday
said they agree with a recent federal court
decision striking down as unconstitutional
North ' Carolina's four-month-old anti
pornography adult bookstore law
prohibiting more than one sex-oriented
business under a single roof.
"This law restricts individuals in trade,"
said U.S. Attorney Mickey Michaux, chief
prosecutor for the U.S. Middle District
Court in Greensboro. "If the trade,
pornography, is legal, then it is unlawful to
limit it. If it is illegal, then it should be
Southern Orange County has three adult
bookstores. The Enquirer Adult Bookstore
at 403 W. Franklin St. and University
Massage at 405 W. Franklin St. are located
in the same building although they have
Dorm rent due June 15,
By ELIZABETH MESSICK
Many UNC students have received notices
in the past few weeks that dorm room rents
for next fall are due immediately, but
housing officials said Monday that the rent
deadline is not until June 15.
Room assignment cards stating that room
rent is due immediately were sent to some
students accidentally, said Peggy Gibbs,
assistant director of University housing for
contracts. Gibbs said signs have been posted
in all dorms informing students that rent is
not due until June 15.
But regardless of when room rent is due,
on second and third with one out, but J. D. Henderson
popped up to shallow right field and Greg Robinson was
picked off third by Tiger pitcher Paul Schmitt.
In the 1 0th, Lloyd Brewer singled and went to second on an
error. After a popped-up bunt attempt and a fly out, Jim
Atkinson singled to right. Brewer tried to score, but was
thrown out by Tiger rightfielder Tony Masone.
After that, Tiger coach Bill Wilhelm brought in Billy Trapp
to pitch, and he breezed through the 1 Ith and got two outs in
the 12th before Barnett singled.
Before Clark, UNC's leading hitter, stepped into the box, he
walked toward the third-base coaching position to have a
conversation with his coach, Mike Roberts.
"He told me that we might hit and run," said Clark, a
righthanded hitter. "I like to do that, because I like to hit
behind the runner."
Roberts gave Clark credit for the decision to go on the first
"We have some fine hitters, but Roy is the best contact
hitter day in and day out," he said. "1 told him we might hit
and run, and he said, 'I'd like to try it now.' "
Barnett took off with the pitch and Clark lined the ball
through the gap in right center, easily scoring Barnett.
"It was a curve ball outside and I just went with it," Clark
said, acknowledging it was the perfect pitch for the hit and
Clemson threatened to score in each extra inning. Two
runners readied in the 10th. but one was caught stealing.
probes possible violations
of voting act in Orange
By DAVID STACKS
State and National Editor
and STEVE HI ETTEL
Federal investigators are proving voter
registration irregularities in Orange County
in search of possible violations of the Voting
Rights Act of 1965, Justice Department
officials confirmed Monday.
U.S. Attorney Mickey Michaux said he
has asked officials of the Justice
Department's civil rights division to
investigate the more than 6,300 challenges
against blacks, students and other registered
voters in Chapel Hill and Carrboro and a
related case .pending before the N.C. Court
"We think there may have been some
violations because of all the people who have
been challenged," said Michaux, who is
federal prosecutor for the U.S. Middle
District Court in Greensboro.
. The Voting Rights Act of 1965 is aimed at
protecting ballot box privileges of
recognizable minorities, including blacks
and students, against harrassment,
intimidation and coercement based on
prejudice against the minority group.
A source close to the probe said Michaux
became interested in the case after members
of the conservative Orange Committee
challenged several dozen blacks in the
different addresses and telephone numbers
and are managed by different owners.
The Enquirer is owned by the same
management that has an adult bookstore, a
minitheater and a massage business next to
Christopher's Disco on the U.S. 15-501
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District Attorney Wade Barber had said
earlier that his office was investigating some
adult bookstores in Orange County. But
Barber Monday indicated that ail such
investigations have ceased.
"The office of the district attorney and law
enforcement agencies in Orange and
Chatham counties will not initiate action in
violation of federal court decisions on the
law," Barber said.
Judges in the state's eastern and western
federal judicial districts have stricken the
law. Michaux said he will probably not
actively prosecute possible violations of the
law even if judges in the middle district do
the amount of rent probably will be 10
percent higher next fall than this year. The
housing budget request is now pending in the
Office for Budget and Finance.
The budget was submitted to John
Temple, vice chancellor for business and
finance, several weeks ago. Temple must
approve the budget before it becomes
"I believe the recommendation from Mr.
(Chuck) Antle (assistant vice chancellor for
business and finance) is that we do authorize
the approximate 10 percent increase, which
would be consistent with what the housing
department requested," Temple said. "He
recommended that I accept their request, but
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Two reached again in the 11th, but a nifty double play
started by second baseman Atkinson, playing out of his
normal third-base spot, ended the inning.
A one-out single and walk in the 12th caused Roberts to
remove Monte DeRatt and bring on lefthander Mike Brewer.
He got lefthanded Neil Simons to pop up. Righthander Clay
Johnson came on next, and struck out
University l ake precinct south of Carrboro
late last month. The University Lake
challenges were made several weeks after the
other 6,200 challenges.
Both Michaux and Justice Department
spokesperson John Wilson said the
investigation would probe possible
wrongdoing by Committee members and the
Orange County Board of Flections.
"The whole point of the law is to insure
that everyone has equal access to the voting
process," Wilson said. "Everybody should
have an equal right to his vote."
Joe Nassif, elections board chairperson,
Monday reaffirmed his earlier stand that
elections officials have registered only
residents who meet the legal definition of
"domicile" under state elections statutes.
A domicile is the place a person, or in this
case a voter, plans to return to after an
"1 have no earthly idea about any
investigation," Nassif said. "All I've done is
follow (elections board) procedures. It
there's anything illegal, it might be in the way
the challenges have been done."
Orange Committee member Stewart
Barbour countered Nassifs claim, saying the
challenges have been filed correctly and it's
the elections board that is at fault.
"They (Justice Department investigators)
have a better chance at finding fraud in the
not follow suit and also declare the law
increase request pending
1 can't say for certain that I will."
Rent for the 1978 summer sessions
probably will be increased if the new budget
is approved, said Alan Ward, assistant to the
director of University housing for business
affairs. But Ward said the summer increase
would not necessarily be 10 percent.
"Part of what we're trying to do is get a
reasonable rate for the summer without
tying it to the fall and spring rent," Ward
said, "I don't know any details (of the new
budget). Temple may OK one set of rates and
disapprove another, but 1 expect summer
rent will be increased.
"We should be hearing something in a few
days, and I'm certain we'll have this whole
out in second inning by Clemson
registration process than in any of the
Superior Court Judge James H. Pou
Bailey last month agreed with an Orange
Committee suit against f20 county elections
officials charging that as many as 10,000
University students are illegally registered to
vote in Chapel Hill and Carrboro.
Bailey ordered the Orange County Board
of Elections to purge from the voter rolls the
names of UNC students who list with the
University permanent addresses outside of
But the N.C. Court of Appeals delayed
implementation of Bailey's order until the
appellate bench can hear the case later this
year. No date has been set for the hearing.
The Orange Committee is a group of
conservative Orange County Democrats
who organized in 1976 as a political lobbying
group to raise funds for two conservative
Democratic candidates for the Orange
County Board of Commissioners.
Orange Committee candidates Charles
Johnston, a Chapel Hill realtor, and Bill
Ray, a Cedar Grove farmer, both lost in the
Democratic primary to Duke University
accountant Richard Whitted of
Hillsborough and UNC faculty member
Donald Willhoit of Chapel Hill.
Barbour and other conservatives said
Johnston and Ray were defeated because
student voters had tipped the balance in
favor of Whitted and Willhoit.
Federal district judges can only strike
down laws or previous judgments in their
own districts. A U.S. Circuit Court of
Appeals ruling is necessary for the opinion to
have statewide or nationwide impact.
"The firm conclusion persists that this
-statute is a thinly veiled attempt to harm
businesses by cutting into profits," U.S.
District Court Judge Franklin Dupree of
the state's eastern district wrote last week in
his order striking down the anti
"This is not the even-handed treatment the
(U.S. Constitution's) equal protection clause
requires," the federal judge wrote.
Prosecutors across the state had been
waiting for Dupree and U.S. Western
District Court Judge James B. McMillan to
rule on the constitutionality of the state adult
bookstore law before proceeding with
indictments against other bookstore
thing settled before the end of the semester.
We're ready to make an announcement as
soon as we hear something," Ward said.
Gibbs said summer housing contracts will
not be available until two weeks after the
budget is returned to the housing
department because of the time involved in
printing the contracts.
She said summer school dorms will be
Connor for women, Winston for men, and
Cobb, Alexander and Craige for men and
women. .She said the department expects
about 700 applicants for summer school
housing but that 800 can be housed in the
dorms designated for summer school.
catcher Bill Schroeder.
Wilhelm was extremely upset at his team's performance,
especially the six errors, two of which came in the three-run
Tar Heel eighth.
"I'd 'have been embarrassed to win the way we played
today," he said. "Never in my time here have we embarrassed
ourselves so completely. 1 felt we gave them the baHgame on