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Thursday. February 21. 1S30 Tha Daily Tar Heel 3
CGC defers action on bill to redhtrict
By LYNN CASEY
A bill which would have changed the
present student elections districts and
increased the membership of the Campus
Governing Council next year was tabled
by the CGC Tuesday night.
The bill was introduced in ah effort to
make the elections districts more equal in
size and to place neighboring dorms in
the same districts, said CGC Rep. Dianne
Hubbard, who introduced the bill.
Currently, Ehringhaus and Craige
undergraduate students are in the same
district with Alderman, Kenan and
Mclver. The proposal would place
Ehringhaus and Craig undergraduates in
a district by themselves. Other proposals
would include dacine Jovner with
Cobb, Graham, Stacy and Henderson
Residence College. Joyner is now in a
district with Scott Residence College.
The council members questioned a
proposal to place Hinton James and
Morrison in one district and allow that
district to have three representatives,
Student Body President J. B. Kelly said
he was worried that the three
representatives would be elected from the
same dorm, thus not allowing the other
dorm to be represented.
"1 think it will be very easy for one
dorm to control the district, Kelly said.
CGC Rep. Roy Rocklin proposed an
amendment to the bill which would
specify that no more than two
representatives could be elected from the
Female brigadier general talks
The first and only female general in the
Marine Corps will be speaking on
"Women in the Military" at 12:30 today
in 104 Howell.
Margaret A. Brewer was appointed
brigadier general May 1978. She is the
Director of Public Affairs for the U.S.
Brewer will be commenting on women
in the draft and in combat area service.
She will answer questions from the
audience after her speech.
The NROTC and the Association qfor
Women Students are sponsoring
Film, discussion focus on stress
A film and discussion on how to cope
with various kinds of stress will be
presented 7:30-9:30 tonight at the Wesley
Foundation on Pittsboro Street.
The program is sponsored by the
Public Education Committee of the
Mental Health Association in Orange
County and the Orange-Person-Chatham
Mental Health Center. The
public is invited to attend free of charge.
The program will begin with a 25
minute film, called "Learning to Cope,"
which will show how people from ages
eight to 80 handle particular kinds of
stress. The audience will then be invited
to participate for 30 minutes in small
The whole group will then meet again
to summarize the points of view
expressed in the small groups.
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1. The contest is open to all amateur photographers who are 18 years old or older
and or are undergraduate or graduate students of the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill. Members of the staffs of any University of North Carolina Student
Publications are not eligible. For the purposes of The Daily Tar Heel Photographic
Contest, amateur photographers are defined as those photographers who do not
support themselves or receive a large share of their personal income due to the sale
of photographic services or images.
2. Any subject matter is acceptable for entry . Entries will be judged on (A) Content. (B)
Technical Quality this includes croppping, contrast, sharpness and lack of flaws in
developing and printing; and (C) Visual Impact.
3. Entrants may submit a maximum of five (5) entries for each of the contest's two
major categories provided each entry is accompanied by the entrant's name,
address and phone number.
BLACK AND WHITE
Entries must be black and white prints at least 8 x 10 inches and no larger than
11 x 14 inches. Prizes will be awarded for first, second and third places.
Entries must be color prints at least 8 x 10 inches and no larger than 11 x 14
inches. Pjrizes will be awarded for first, second and third places.
All entries which meet the above qualifications will be considered for the award
The First Place entry in either major category will be awarded a $75 gift certificate
to be redeemed at a photographic store to be named by The Daily Tar Heel
The Second Place entry in either category will be awarded a $50 gift certificate.
The Third Place entry in either category will be awarded a $25 gift certificate.
The entry that is named "Best-In-Show" will receive a $100 gift certificate. No
entry can win both "Best-In-Show" and First Place in either category.
Honorable mention in both the Black and White and Color categories will be
named at the discretion of the judges.
6. All entries will be judged by a panel of judges selected by The Daily Tar Heel The
decision of the judges will be final.
7. All winning entries must be mounted by the entrants for display after selection.
Winning entries will be displayed at Foister's Camera Store and University Mall.
8. All entries must reach The Daily Tar Heel office no later than March 14, 1980.
9. Winners will be required to submit the original negatives or slides of the winning
photographs before the prizes are awarded. Failure to comply with this rule may f
10. The Daily Tar Heel will not be responsible for any claim or complaint from models N
used in winning photographs. Such responsibility is deemed to be that of the
entrant. If necessary The Daily Tar Heel may request the entrant concerned to
submit a release statement signed by the model before the prize is awarded.
11. Non-winning entries may be picked up at The Daily Tar Heel office during regular ;
office hours. Winners will be notified when they may pick up their entries.
12. All possible care will be taken in handling all entries. The Daily Tar Heel will not
assume responsibility for loss or damage of any entries.
13. In the event an award-winning photograph is later found to have violated any
contest rule, The Daily Tar Heel reserves the right to take any action it may deem
suitable, including the return of the prize or prizes awarded. Also, the winning
position will be voided.
Foister's Camera Store, 133 East Franklin St. and Photosynthesis, University
Mall hav graciously provided the gift certificates for The Daily Tar Heel
Photographic Contest which will be awarded to winners.
Kelly said that a representative could
run from each of the two dorms and a
third representative could run as an at-large-member,
representing both dorms.
CGC Rep. Kathi Lamb said she
disagreed with Rocklin's proposal,
adding that she believes students are
capable of making decisions for
A constitutional referendum allowing
the CGC to increase its membership by as
many as 30 representatives was passed by
the student body Feb. 13. The intent of
the referendum was to enable the CGC to
redistrict before newly-elected CGC
representatives take office March 18.
But because of the disagreements (jver
the proposal the council decided to table
the bill and allow the new CGC
at last minute
If impending midterms or unwritten
papers sent you scurrying to Hanes
Hall before the end of the drop and
pass-fail declaration period Tuesday,
you were not alone.
Despite an extension of the drop
period from four to six weeks, most
students wanting to drop a course or ,
declare pass-fail still waited until the
last minute, said Raymond S.trong,
director of Records and Registration.
Strong declined to estimate the number'
of drops and pass-fail declarations
made Tuesday, however. '
General College Administrative
Assistant Shirley Gunter estimated that
approximately 690 pass-fail and 450
drop forms were filled out during the
representatives to iron out problems with
In other action, the CGC appropriated
$6,600 to purchase and install a two-mile
exercise course with 18 exercise stations
The exercise circuit will begin at the
tennis courts beside Boshamer Stadium
and extend through the woods behind the
Each station is designed to excerise
specific parts of the body. Chin-up bars,
exercise benches and arm swings are
some of the exercise stations to be located
along the trail.
"The exercise circuit will be beneficial
to everyone," said UNC junior Helen
Bellar, who conceived the idea of
purchasing the circuit.
increase to 43
The number of red measles cases
reported in Orange County had increased
to 43 as of Wednesday, Orange County
Health Director Jerry Robinson said.
Only one UNC student has had a
confirmed case of the disease. Forty of
the cases have been in Carrboro and
Hillsborough school children. A 29-year-old
N.C. Memorial Hospital physician
and a 20-year-old Carrboro man also
have contracted the disease.
The Student Health Center has
immunized 2,400 students against red
measles, but an SHS official said no one
has come in for vaccinations since
Thursday. Students may receive vaccines
9 a.m.-5 p.m. each day at the infirmary.
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