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Thursday. March 26. 1 981 The Daily Tar Heei3
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tzxixzixxt library, voting in lines
outside bsrs cr gathered around seme
one's sweetheart to sing "Happy Eirth
day." The Ctef Wzr.zzm a proup of 11
UNC men, sins all over'iCx,pel Hill
for almost any occasion sometimes
for no occasion at ail ether than to
please a passing crowd.: .
During spring break, people in sever
al Northern states ' were entertained'
"By the group's a cape'.Ia performance.
In six days the Ctef Hangers traveled
through seven states singing to stu
dents in prep schools, to executives, at
a children's hospital and at a home for
the elderly, group member David
The group did some impromptu
singing as well, taking time out from
sightseeing to entertain passers-by
who stopped to listen, he said.
"One of our favorite things to do
was sing Dixie," said Darkley, a senior
baritone. "We all gathered around a
statue of Robert E. Lee at the Capitol
Center in Washington and sang it. '
People seemed to enjoy it."
The most tense moments were when
they drew names to see who would get
beds and who would have to sleep in
the floor, business manager Thane
Kerner said. "We generally got four
hours of sleep per night. To have those
four hours in a bed instead of on the
floor was important."
One night Thane and several other
members forfeited an entire night's
sleep to go to the L.L. Dean store in
Freeport, Maine, which was close to
where they were staying. They left
late, braving rain and an empty gas
tank, and arrived at the store about 2
a.m. They stayed for a half-hour, re
turning to their host's house at 4:30 -five
minutes before their alarm clocks
went off to start another day, he said.
"I slept on a bench in the store,"'
This is the second year the group
has taken a tour over spring break.
. Last year it went to New Orleans,
Kerner said, adding that next year the
group would like to sing in Bermuda,
Nassau or on a cruise. They also have
tentative plans to travel during either
fall break or Thanksgiving, he said.
The group began in fall 1977 as a
quartet in Morrison, said Barry
Saunders, a senior from Maryland
and founder of the Qef Hangers.
Having sung in a similar group in high
school and being familiar with college
groups at other campuses, Saunders
organized the group during his fresh
They sing mostly in Chapel Hill at
parties, meetings and conferences or
for individual requests for birthday or
"anniversary songs. They are scheduled
to sing for the Henderson Residence
"College Springfest and several other
places this year; including the South
eastern Panhellenic Council Con
ference, Barkley said.
Ey LYNN PETTI IM AN
Carolina Athletic Association President Steve Theriot
filled four new posts designed to bring more student in
put to the CAA Wednesday.
For Daily Tar Heel liaison, Theriot said he choose Jeff
Brody; for special events coordinator, Harold Cooley;
for ticket office representative, David Hospodar; and
for publicity chairman, Kim McKinney. :
Theriot said CAA was primarily working now to lay
groundwork for Homecoming and next year's football
and basketball ticket distributions. "These four people
and myself will go to other organizations' meetings on a
regular basis," he said.
Cooley said he was gathering information on Home
coming by trying to find out what had been done in the
past, which events failed and why, and which events pro
bably would be most successful.
Theriot and Hospodar are working on a student sur
vey for suggestions on football ticket distribution. They
hope to have the survey completed by the end of the se
mester, Theriot said.
Hospodar is looking into the possibility of alternating
the football ticket distribution days every other week.
Such a system is needed because some students had pro
blems with missing classes while getting football tickets
last semester, Theriot said.
Another goal of the CAA is to cut down on "(foot
ball) bloc piracy problems," he said. This may be achiev
ed by reinstating the token system to cut down on people
who have not signed up for bloc seating getting bloc
seats. Through this system, the ticket office and each
group that signs up for football bloc seats have index
cards with a stamp or seal representing that group, he
said. When group members picked up their bloc seat tic
kets, they would have to show their stamped cards.
Another plan Hospodar said he had in mind was to
allow students to pick up student and parent tickets at
the same time so they could sit with their parents at foot
ball games. But the football team's success last season
leaves only two games open to this possibility.
Hospodar also is trying to work out a ticket distribu
tion schedule that will coincide with non-revenue sports
in Carmichael Auditorium. This would give the students
something to do while waiting for tickets, he said, and it
would assure the non-revenue sports teams a large au
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The Carrboro Board of Aldermen has
voted to allow a seven-lot subdivision near
University Lake despite strong disapproval
from three aldermen.
Developer Norris Ray had asked the
board for a conditional use permit for
Mt. Carmel Springs phase II, to be built
on land close to University Lake.
Aldermen Steve Rose, Nancy White and
Doug Sharer said they wanted to deny
the permit because the lots would drain
into the lake and contaminate the water.
White proposed calling specialists in
to determine the. effect the subdivision
would have on the lake. The other alder
men and Mayor Robert Drakeford, how
ever, voted the proposal down.
Drakeford had to break ties on almost
every vote in the process of granting the
additional use permit. The application
was approved with conditions which in
clude moving construction 500 feet from
the lake,; establishing a homeowner's
association and requiring the Orange
County Health Department to approve
wells and septic tanks.
The conditional use permit will allow
the construction of streets and other
improvements, Planning Director Sonna
Loewenthal said. Ray must re-apply to
the board for final approval before
construction on dwellings can begin.
In other action, the board decided to
sell the town's 1939 Chevrolet fire truck
to Tommy Joe and Milton F. Ragan for
$ 1 . Tommy Joe Ragan is a member of the
Carrboro Fire Department, and Milton
Ragan is a former volunteer. Drakeford
said the two men planned to show the
truck in parades. j
Senior claoQ.officero.look for jiinior-marohalo
By TED AVEHY
The recruitment of junior marshals to help
in this year's graduation will be the immediate
task of the new senior class off fleers, Senior
Class President John Goodwin said Tuesday.
Because the February senior class election
- results were appealed to the Student Supreme
Court, Goodwin and Senior Class Vice Presi
dent Carol Zielinski have had to wait to im
plement any plans they had for their term in
office. Their election was upheld Sunday.
Marshal recruitment will be a first priority
for the officers because the marshals will
make up next year's senior class executive
.committee, Goodwin said.
Applications for marshals will be available
at the Union information desk until April 3.
Senior class officers will hold personal inter-'
views with applicants April 12 and 13 and
post the names of those accepted April 20.
"We're looking for people who are pretty en-
thusiastic about working for the senior
class," Zielinski said. "They also have to
have a school spirit.
Goodwin said the officers also would be
working on creating a liaison between grad
uating seniors and graduate students next
semester. "These people will make the transi
tion a little easier by shedding light on the
schools seniors are going to go into."
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