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Tuesday. April 22, 1980 The Daily Tar Heel 3
Carrboro aldermen, discuss laud
By BEVERLY SHEPARD
' SUIT Writer
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen will hold a public
hearing tonight to discuss the town's proposed land use
plan, which includes a provision that could make it
easier for developers to build apartments in Carrboro.
Included in the plan is a proposal to increase the
allowable density for residences, which could encourage
the construction of multi-family units, Carrboro
Planning Director Sonna Loewenthal said. If the plan is
approved, builders would be able to put 14 housing units
per acre of land in specified areas. Town ordinances
currently allow only nine housing units per acre of land.
This density increase could help the town deal with the
student demand for off-campus housing. Loewenthal
Title XX-funded UNC employees to shift
By NORA WILKINSON
Most of the University's 68 employees
in eight Title XX programs which lost
funding will be transferred to other
projects or kept on until April 30, and at
least one program may be able to
continue- next year.
General guidelines set by Vice
Chancellor for Business and Finance
John Temple's office provide that
"people who could be used on other
projects would be transferred to those
projects on April 15," said William J.
Clement, UNC director of contracts and
grants, last week.
"In order to transfer employees, funds
had to be available and there had to be a
legitimate need for them on other jobs,"
Those employees who could not be
transferred probably will be kept on until
April 30 to give them ample time to find
other jobs, he said.
On March 24, UNC officials were
Talk draws little attention
Housing Advisory Board Chairperson
Sharon Meginnis is puzzled as to why
only four out of 1 1 board members and
one out of all of the residents on South
Campus showed up for a discussion
Sunday on racial imbalance and racial
distribution in University housing.
.The meeting Sunday was to be the first
of two discussions planned to solicit
dorm residents' opinions on the subject.
The second was planned for . the
beginning of next year on North Campus.
Based on estimated housing figures,
the majority of black students live in
dorms on South Campus. When housing
department members assign a student to
a dorm they have no knowledge of his
race, housing administrative assistant
Phyllis Graham said recently.
The board members discussed other
If Housing is the
Everyone will be noused in Granville East this Summer. Meals will be served
lunch. (You won't miss anything if you go to the beach on the weekend!)
Sundeck, the Pool and the Socials are only some of the extras.
Apply now for Housing and Meal Accommodations at Granville Towers
Carrboro Town Attorney Michael Brough said that
without the density increase the potential for more
multi-family housing in town would be severely limited.
Loewenthal also said with the increased use of land the
costs of housing construction could be lowered.
In a meeting last week, Emmett Pendergraph, a
member of the town's planning board, said he thought
the new town ordinance should contain a limitation on
the amount of land the University can purchase at tax
exempt status for student housing. Pendergraph said he
objected the University's construction of the student
apartments on the Couch Property in Chapel Hill.
1 believe the University can easily decide to build an
off-campus complex and any exempt units, so that the
entire town could be purchased," Pendergraph said. ,
notified that approximately $1.5 million
in federal funding to Title XX social work
programs would end on March 31.
University officials objected to the six
day notice of the finding cutoff and
argued that their contract with the state
allowed for a 30-day notice.
The state maintained that the 30-day
notice did not apply in the case of lost
Since the cutoff, Title XX
administrators and University officials
have been searching for alternate funding
in order to provide their employees with
the traditional 30-day notice.
On April 1, UNC and state budget
officials negotiated a job extension until
April 14 usingdministrative funds from
the Title XX program managed by the
N.C. Department of Human Resources.
That extension, added to the current
one, gives most employees the 30-day
notice that University officials deem
"The University has been trying to
make it as easy and fair as possible in
ways to get the students' views. One
member suggested taking a written
Meginnis said she had some
speculations on the poor attendance at
the meeting. It might have been the nice
weather, the busy weekend or the apathy
among the students, she said.
The resident that did show up lived in
James. Meginnis said the resident,
believed that if any changes were to be
made, they should be done on a major
scale and not just with a few students. He
also believed that the changes should be
made with upperclassmen and not
freshmen, because some students needed
a sense of community their first year.
contrast to their rather summary notice
given by the Department of Human
Resources," Clement said.
The Institute for Social Services
Planning, one ol six Title XX programs
in the UNC School of Social Work, may
be able to remain intact, said Morton
Teicher, dean of the school.
SM criticizes 'Yack
By KERRY DEROCHI
In response to several pictures that
appeared in the 1979 Yackety Yack, the
Black Student Movement will file a
formal complaint with 1979 Yack editor
Chrisann Ohler, BSM chairperson Mark '
Cannady said Sunday.
The complaint will request an apology
from Ohler. Other letters of complaint
will go to the Interfraternity Council, the
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, the Chi Phi
fraternity and the national Chi Phi
fraternity, he said.
"Freedom of speech is fine for a
newspaper, but this is a yearbook which
should present what is agreeable to all
students. It did not do this so it did not
fulfill its function as a yearbook,"
One picture in the Chi Phi fraternity
section that the BSM referred to portrays
a dramatization of the lynching of a black
man by several Ku Klux Klan members.
Another picture it objected to shows
the national symbol of the Phi Gamma
The Health Services Director Search
Committee will hold an open hearing 3
4:30 p.m. Wednesday in 217 of the
Carolina Union. Anyone with
suggestions about the selection of the new
Student Health Services director should
air them at the meeting.
from Sunday evening through Friday
Indoor and Outdoor recreation, the
for either or both Summer Sessions.
Brough said such a prohibition on University
ownership had not been considered and he also said he
doubted such a provision could be included in the
The proposed plan includes a new provision for the
creation of neighborhood parks and bikeways. If
approved the ordinance would require developers to
reserve some land for recreational parks and greenways.
Loewenthal said the plan will be presented to the town
aldermen in the beginning of the summer for approval.
Brough said the changes in the town's zoning
ordinance called for in the proposed plan would not alter
drastically any of the town's current zoning.
"From my point of view, this ordinance does not
change what we have," Brough said. "It just backs up
what we're doing."
The purpose of the program is to help
improve the quality of public welfare
"We're continuing to hope and work
for alternate funding. However, we're not
very optimistic about the period beyond
May 1, excepting the one program
(ISSP)," Teicher said.
Delta Fraternity, a caricature of a black
man called the "fiji man."
The BSM also objected to the mention
of a cook in a fraternity as "Lizzy" and a
passage in the yearbook which referred to
Hinton James as "The Jungle."
"We're talking about concrete feelings
and concrete heritage. The pictures hold
very negative connotations for the black
community and, therefore, it is very hard
to justify them," Cannady said.
Chrisann Ohler, editor of the 1979
Yack, said she believed the yearbook
presented the campus as it was. She said
that was the yearbook's responsibility.
"The pictures were in no way an
editorial support of that kind of action,"
Ohler said. "It was hoped that people
would realize that there is a lot of
prejudice on campus.
"That section was not the editorial
portion of the book. It's hard to believe
that it is being construed as a part of the
feeling of the staff," Ohler said.
Cannady said the letters would include
an invitation to the groups to discuss the
STUDENT COURT ACTIVITY
CHARGE COURSE REFERRED COURT PLEA VERDICT SANCTION
Plagiarized a paper English 2A ' Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Suspension for one
semester and two
summer sessions. F tn
Copied from another Statistics 23 Undergrad Ct. Guilty Guilty Suspension for one
student's test . semester. F in course.
Abuse of position of Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Indefinite Probation;
trust; forgery loss of student
and voting privileges.
Plagiarized a paper Religion 24 Undergrad. Ct. Not Guilty Guilty Indefinite suspension.
F in course.
Petty theft Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Censure
Cheated on final exam Chemistry 21 Undergrad. Ct. Not Guilty Guilty Suspension for one
semester. F in course.
Copied another student's Math 2 Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Suspension for one
test answers semester. F in course.
Allowed another student to Music 41 Undergrad. Ct. Not Guilty Not Guilty
cheat on test
Used unauthorized material Educ. 54 Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Suspension for one
on final exam semester. F in course.
Plagiarized a paper English 1 Undergrad. Ct. Not Guilty Guilty Suspension for one
semester. F in course.
Damage to property and Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Probation for one
petty theft semester.
Forged a medical excuse Spanish 1 Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Indefinite probation;
loss of student
Plagiarized a paper English 51 Undergrad. Ct.' Not Guilty Not Guilty
Cheated on final exam Statistics 12 Undergrad. Ct. Not Guilty Not Guilty
Copied from another stu- French 2 Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Suspension for one
dent's test semester. F in course.
Theft of property Undergrad. Ct. Not Guilty Not Guilty
Physical abuse and hazing; Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guirty Recommendation of
placing a person in fear of Expulsion,
imminent physical injury
Damage and theft of property Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Censure
Cheated on homework B.A. 180 Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Probation for one sem-
assignment ester and two summer
sessions. F in course
Copied from another stu- Statistics 11C Undergrad. Ct. Not Guilty Guilty Suspension for one
dent's final examination semester. F in course
Plagiarized a paper History 168 Undergrad. Ct. Not Guilty Guilty Suspension for one
semester. F in course.
Damage and theft of property; Art 44 Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Censure
cheating on class-assignment Not Guilty Not Guilty
Cases pending 1 March 1980: 10
Plagiarized a computer program Comp. 244 UHB Not Guilty Guilty Suspension for one
semester. Waiver of F in
Forged a grade change form AHO Guilty Guilty Probation for two
Used unauthorized material Math 3 Undergrad Ct. Guilty Guilty Indefinite probation
on test Waiver of F in course
Furnishing of false information Undergrad. Ct. Guilty Guilty Indefinite probation
Cheated on test Psychology 10 Undergrad. Ct. Not Guilty Guilty Suspension for one
semester. F in course
Theft and forgery of checks AHO Guilty Guilty Suspension for on
semester and two
PRIOR ACTIONCOURT COURSE GROUNDS FOR APPEAL COURT ACTION
Indefinite suspension and Religion 24 Severity of sanction UHB Sanction sustamtd
an F in course for plagiariz
ing a paperUndergrad. Ct.
Recommendation of explusion Severity of sanction UHB Recommends-
for physical abuse and hazing tion sustained
and for placing another person
in fear of imminent physical
injury or dangerUndergrad. Ct.
Indefinite suspension and Religion 24 Violation of basic rights Chancellor Violation of banc
F in course for plagiarizing and seventy of sanction right dented
a paperUHB Sanction suita.ned
Recommendation of explusion Seventy of sanction Chancellor Imposed sanction of
for physical abuse and hazing . mdef.nite susDrs&ion
and for placing another person
in fear of imminent physical
injury or dangerUHB
Indefinite probation and loss of Spanish 1 Seventy of sanction UHB Sanction sustained
student ID card for forging
a medical excuseUndergrad. Ct.
Suspension for one sem- History 168 Insufficient eiderce and UHB Sustained verdct
ester for plagiarizing seventy of sanction and sanct.on
a paperUndergrad. Ct ,
Cases pending as of 1 April 1980: 10
Undergrad. Ct. Undergraduate Court. UHB University Hearings Beard. AHO Administrative Hearings Otncer
Phi'IBeta Ilappa honors
129 Carolina students
Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's highest
scholastic honor society, initiated 129
students into the University chapter last
The admission standard to Phi Beta
Kappa is a 3.7 grade point average and 75
credit hours for juniors. Seniors must have
a 3.6 GPA and 105 credit hours. Phi Beta
Kappa limits admission to less than 10
percent of the graduating class.
Students initiated were: Judith. Ann
Ammer, Karen Lynn Barber, Pamela Anne
Bath, Eric Wayne Beck, Jean Crowell
Beckham. Helen Rose Bellar, Marc David
Bishop, Dan Patrick Brady, Christine
Fedynskyj Brewer, Timothy Robert
Bridges, Jefferson Whitaker Brown,
MartinTodd Brown, Henry David Bruton,
Kim Allison Bullock. Bruce Staley Bosso,
Eileen Patricia Clark, Leigh Ellen
Clawson, Laura Ann Colby. John
Cameron Coppala, Robert Wayne Cramer
and Berryman Theaudore Cudd Jr.
Other students initiated were Paul
Douglas Deane, Bruce Archer Denning,
Jennifer Elizabeth DiSalvo, Anne-Marie
Downey, Thomas Delano Eatman Jr.,
Bennie Lea Eure, Michael Boyd Evans,
Deborah Jo Farmer, William Floyd Eleet,
David Nathan Friedman, Mark Allen
Gallop, Gary Leslie Gaulden, Richard
Wayne Gibson Jr., Peter Joseph Giordano,
Deborah Ann Goldsmith and Larry Dean
Other new initiates include Margaret
Robson Graver, Martha Harrison Greene,
James Edward Grogan Jr., Steven Sydney
Gubin, James Joseph Hardy, Ronald Paul
Hargrave, Caroline Louise Hanner,
Charles Sigman Hayek. Virginia Louise
Hege, Eva Jeannete Heyward, Truman
McGill Hobbs Jr., Linda Dianne Hubbard
and Paul Arthur James.
Others initiated were Bradley War
Jacks, Linwood Lee Jones, Daryll Elbert
Joyner, Richard Floyd Kamalich, Susan
Ann KidwHI Bradley Stephen Kintner.
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Mark Henry Knelson, Susan Lee Kochel,
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Kupstas, Christopher Shaw Lambert.
Laura Lea Lomax. John Leach MacNeill
Jr., Michael Coleman Maness, Jana Lynn
Mason, Robin Jeannette McCarter,
Connie Marie McElroy and Mary Helen
Others initiated are Elizabeth Anne
Mendenhall, Margaret Ann Miles,
Michael Reid Miles, Michael Ray Miller,
Stephen Phillip Miller, Mary Lambeth
Moore, Michael Wray Moore, Lauren
Stuart Muller, Albert Rogers Munn.
Elinor Martin Munsch, Noreen Mary
Murphy, John Stuart Norwood. John
Joseph O'Connor HI, Conrad Eugerie
Ostwalt Jr., Kaye Vernelle Palmer and
Fredrick Bowen Payne Jr. ; a
Others initiated include Debra Ann
Phifer, William Burt Philips, Kathrvn
Lynne Pittman. Nancy Katherine Plant,
Martin Harold Poseyi Wayne Clinton
Promislow, Edward John Rak Jr., Alice
Barbara Rapoport, Stephen Hunter Reid,
Henry Smith Richardson III. Karen Baty
Russell, Lori Beth Russell. Elizabeth
Scholl Samods, Ann Loraine Saravalli,
Jane Christine Sattler, Barry Ferguson
Saunders, Robin Anne Schocttlcr. James
DeSchweinitz Shaffner and Iris Jo
Also initiated were Marianne Shoaf,
Melanie Ann Sill, John Anthony Sipp,
Thomas Flake Skipper, Warren Michael
Sobol, Elizabeth Anne Stephenson,
Rebecca St. Pierre, Emily Ellison
Stockard, Elizabeth Wendall Thomas,
Kelly Susan Thomas. Stacy Neal Thomas
Jr.. Susan Elizabeth Thorne. Rebecca
Lynn Trcxler. Scott Craig Twery, Dean
Anthony Warren. Catherine Jean Weaver,
Bradley Kent Weisncr. Jennifer Weiss.
Mark Eugene Welker. Ellen Marie
Willard. Bryan Thomas Wright, Molly
Dawn Yelton and Carol Lynne Zorct.