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Cj WILLIAM KECIIH
Ths Faculty Eul'ii-g and Grounds
Although North Carolina
Operation Switch to convert
conservative Democrats to the GOP,
load Democratic legislators predict the
move will be unsuccessful.
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alternative to the Democratic Party,"
Sen. Charles Vickery, D-C:ar;e, said.
He said- the various valngs cf the
Democratic Party of fered 'enough
alternatives. "I can't think cf any
reason to Ciinj Ii slc1
Republicans are' trying to get
Democrats to switch parties in order to
gain strength in the G carrot Ar:emt!y,
where Democrats have aaoveruhelmirj
majority in both the House and Senate.
Rep. Patricia Hunt,- D-Orane,
' laughed at the "Operation Switch" idea.
Tin a great Democrat," she said. "I
don't believe in their kind of politics."
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been trying to get Democrats to chaste .
parties for years.
"I believe in what the Democratic
Party stands for," Rep. Joe Hackney,
D-Orange, said. He said he would not
consider switching parties.
The Republicans are reacting to the
by the dire
Servomaticn's food and
results of the election,
n. Charles Vickery
captured the state's 13 electoral votes
and replaced Democratic Sen. Robert
Morgan with Republican John East.
Republican state Party Chairman
Jack Lee said he hoped President-elect
Ronald Reagan would do a television",
commercial to encourage Democrats to
Two former Democrats who have
switched to the GOP, Bernard Harrel! .
and Richard Titus, will help organize
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Operation Switch. The two managed the
unsuccessful gubernatorial campaign of
Republican I. Beverly Lake this year.
Lake, also, is a former Democrat.
They have already tried to persuade
Lt. Gov. Jimmy Green to change
parties, but Green gave them little
encouragement. "You're always
flattered whenever somebody wants you
with them, but I've been a Democrat all
my life and will continue to be," he said.
.. ' Lee said the campaign could add
250,000 registered Republicans to the
party. Democrats currently outnumber
Republicans 3-to-l in the state. ' -.
Hackney said a number of
Republicans registered as Democrats in
order to vote in the primaries, and said
he thought this would not change. "The
Democratic tradition cf this state is
likely to continue," he said.
year, the food service committee asked
for bids and recommended ARA, the
present food service.
The Student Health Service
Committee's administrative board heard
a recommendation from SHS last year
for an increase in student health fees.
They agreed, and the fees were
These two committees were part cf a
larger group called chancellor and vice
chancellor committees. These 16
cemmittes have members from the
administration, faculty and students.
"These are forums where different
academic policies are discussed and
proposed," said Scott Norberg, Student
Government policy coordinator. "These
are real, important positions for
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At least four of the 73 minority high school students who
visited UNC Thursday through Saturday felt National
Achievement weekend was effective in informing them about
what Carolina had to offer.
They said the reception they received from the Black
Student Movement and the administration stood out. "The
people seem to be really nice," Barbara Williams, a participant
in the program said, "much nicer than I thought they wouJi
Frederick Henry, a senior who had narrowed his choices
down to UNC and N.C. State, said, "The weekend made my
choice more difficult. The Blue-White game helped out, and
the people were very nice."
The students said the weekend answered many questions
they had about Carolina. "I really. liked the educational part
of the program and the social life seems to be comfortable
here," said Polanda Campbell, a high school senior
considering UNC, Duke, Hampton and Wake Forest.
Questions about scholarships available at UNC, admission
requirements and course loads were some of the major issues
the students said were clarified during the programs.
Gary Henman, a high school senior from Durham, said he
gained a great deal of insight into the organizations and
facilities available to UNC students.' He visited the Black
Student Movement and The Dally Tar Heel offices. "I was
impressed by the library system and some of the dormitories,"
he said. "Plus I've met some interesting people."
Henman said he noticed a problem with black-white
relations in housing. "The difference between people from
North Campus and South Campus are evident. The blacks
from North Campus are rrot as easily accepted by the blacks on
South Campus," he said.
Shelia Miller, membership chairperson of the BSM, worked
with the program throughout the weekend and said she was
pleased with the results. "It's a better program than I saw last
year. It is better organized and we have more activities for the
students," she said. "I feel the students probably received a
better orientation to the campus than last year's students did.
The counselors were knowledgeable about the campus and the
various activities that go on here,' she said,
one-year terms. They are recommended
to the chancellor by Student
Government. Last year, the chancellor
approved all appointments.
Norberg said student members were
told they represented the student body,
not just themselves. "I really urge them
to talk to people, They should get in
contact with people because it is their
"All the time they have the capacity
of initiative and change in policy,"
Norberg said. The status of Minorities
and the Disadvantaged Committee has
been especially active, he said.
There are 16 chancellor and vice
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campus. They recommend the location
and appearance of new physical
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naming cf buildings. The chairman is
William D. Huffines, associate dean of
The Calendar Committee adviees '
the chancellor on any changes in the
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Lillian Lehman, registry.
The Faculty Committee on
Established Lectures sponsors four
annual lectures. They include the Martin
Luther King lecture, the Weil Lecture on
Citizenship and the Alumni Annual
Giving Lectures. The chairman is Ruel
Tyson, department of religion.
The Space Committee's charter is
being redefined by Susan H.
Ehringhaus, assistant to the chancellor.
The Facilities -Use Committee's
charter is being redefined.
The Scholarships, Awards and
Student Aid Committee establishes
policies concerning student aid. History
Chairman R. Don Higginbctham is
The Student Stores Advisory
Committee acts as a liaison between the
store and students and faculty. Charles
Antle, assistant vice chancellor for
business, is chairman.
The Appeals Committee hears
appeals from citations or decisions made
to the ch
r cf Security Services. The
.in is Susan Ehrmghc us,
The Administrative Beard cf
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policies governing SHS creratiens and
reviev.s its annual budjet. Dr. Jamzs
Taylor, acting director cf the SI 13 is the
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receives suggestions about campus food
cf the MBA program is chainr.an. i
The Housing Advi:ory Co
counselor at SHS is ch
Parking and Tr;
Ccmrr.itte advices th
dvkes the chancellor cn
and traffic safety. Jchn L.
finance is chairman.
The Committee cn the Status cf
Minorities and Disadvantaged
investigates problems and suggests
programs. Ohivley F. Wclcs, a prcfee;cr
in the department cf City and R:;:enal
Plartning is chairman.
The Energy Committee
recommends measures for fuel
plant director is chairmari.
The Committee cn Student
Conduct suggests changes in the
Instrument of Student Judicial
in the school cf Journalism is chairman.
The Awards Committee
recommends to the chancellor nominees
for several chancellor awards.
Alpha Delta Pi sorority and Zeta Beta
Tau fraternity will hold a blood drive
between 10 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Tuesday
in Great Hall cf the Carolina Union.
"We'd really like to encourage people
to come, because there is a real shortage
of blood and the Red Cross is afraid
they won't be able to meet their blood
needs during the Thanksgiving
holidays," said Joan Labbie, Alpha
Delta Pi blood drive chairman.
Anyone interested in giving blood
may sign up Monday in the Pit, but
people who do not sign up can still give
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