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4The Daily Tar HeelMonday, October 7, 1985
Dy DEMISE JOHNSON
The Air Force ROTC and the Navy
ROTC at UNC have noticed a renewed
sense of patriotism among recruits and
an increase in applications, ROTC
officers on campus said.
"When talking with the freshman
class as a big group, I found a lot of
these students felt a new sense of pride
... (in America), said Lt. Karen
Baetzel, the campus NROTC public
Although Baetzel was reluctant to say
the surge of partriotism and increase
in applicants was because of President
Ronald Reagan's two terms in office,
she said that she noticed it at UNC.
The academic standards of the military
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the world's poorest peoples otroin self sufficiency in the areas
of food production, energy conservation, education, economic
development ond health services. And they'll tell you obout
the rewords of hands on career experience overseas. They'll
tell you it's the toughest job you'll ever love.
RECRUITERS WILL BE ON CAMPUS OCTOBER 8, 9, &
10, 1985. SIGN UP FOR INTERVIEWS IN THE CAREER
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SEE OUR RECRUITERS AT THE STUDENT UNION.
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6 oz. Hamburger Steak with Sauteed Onions 1.75
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are going up too, she said.
The higher number of applicants
makes the selection of scholarship
recipients more competitive, said Cmdr.
Bill Bailey, executive officer of NROTC
NROTC and AFROTC officers take
pride in the accomplishments of their
students. Bailey said NROTC midship
men at UNC had higher GPAs and SAT
scores than the average student.
Baetzel said: "Our number one
priority here is academics. I like to cite
the figures. A lot of people have these
ideas of what we're like based on
televison stereotypes. It's interesting to
really meet these people and find out
what they're really like."
Capt. Joseph P. Avery, an associate
professor of aerospace studies in
AFROTC added, "In the civilian world,
corporations rate Air Force officers
The scholarship program is the same
for AFROTC and NROTC It pays for
the costs of tuition, books, uniforms and
a $100-per- month allowance. The
scholarship program can pay for two
to four years of education. For the costs
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of the scholarship, the student is
obligated to at least four years active
duty in both programs, Bailey said.
Both ROTC programs, collectively
made up of 200 students, stress lead
ership and proper officers' conduct as
the main objectives of ROTC. Time and
commitment are essential for succeed
ing in programs, Baetzel said.
"If the scholarship benefits and living
allowance are the main reason for being
in the ROTC, the program is too
difficult to come merely for the money,''
she said. "Unless the student wants to
go into the Marines or Navy, we're
Women's center sponsors car program
The Orange County Women's
Center will sponsor a program,
"How To Buy A Car," Thursday
from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Women's
Resource Center, 406 W. Rosemary
Professor to lecture
Dr. Clifford Grobstein, professor of
biological sciences and public policy at
the University of California at San
Diego, will deliver the 1985 Michael
Polanyi lecture, entitled "Science and
the Unborn," today at 8 p.m. in TOO
Grobstein has written extensively on
the question of when life begins and
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gonna ask a lot of him and challenge
him. YouVe got to want to be here."
About 75 percent of the 100 NROTC
students at UNC are on scholarships.
The dropout rate for both programs
is high, Avery said. It ranges from one
third in NROTC to about one-half in
AFROTC. The reasons vary for those
who drop out, Bailey said. Some drop
out of college entirely, while others do
not meet physcial fitness or academic
"Then a lot of people come in and
find they dont want a commitment for
four years after college," he said.
St. Fee is $5 for members, $6 for
non-members. For more informa
tion and to preregister, call 968-4646
or 968-4647, or visit the center. .
on life and genetics
has studied the ethical aspects of test
tube babies, the possibility of curing
inherited diseases through genetic
intervention therapy and the dangers of
i He will meet informally with students
today between 2:30 and 4:30 p.m. at
215 Coker Hall.
It is said that in 1872 a young Frenchman named Theron Le Bonne immigrated to New York City after
several years of study under the
He immediately went to work in several of New York's finest restaurants, and became noted as one of New
York's finest chefs. In 1876 a Wild West show came to New York and Theron fell in love with the excitement
He left the show, immediately packed and bought a ticket on the first train west. When he arrived in the small
town of Dallas several days later he was amazed to find not the excitement of the Wild West show but saloon
after saloon featuring cheap whiskey, dirty cowboys, painted ladies and awful food. Nowhere was there
hollandaise or bernaise.
Using all his savings he purchased a small boarding house and set about to civilize the West.
The rest is history. Using the basic food of the cowboy he adapted his knowledge to the basic western menu
and became the best known restauranteur in the West. Unfortunately, his cowboy customers were never able
to pronounce Theron Le Bonne correctly, preferring instead to shorten it to T" Bone.
Although some say there never was a Theron Le Bonne, it is in memory of Theron Le Bonne that we bring
you "T" Bones Texas Steak House. We will be open from 5.it0 pm until 7:15 pm each Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday in the South Dining Room of Lenoir Hall
non ES ti C
The Air Force ROTC has a two-year
program and a four-year program. The
four-year program begins with the
general military course for the first two
years, and the professional officers
course for the last two years of study.
The two-year program goes directly into
the professional officers course during
the junior and senior years.
Competition for the professional
program is high, Avery said. Students
are selected by a percentile rating that
combines their grade point averages,
SAT scores, Air Force Officers Qual
ifying Tests and ratings of the AFROTC
national board. The ROTC instructors
also have an input into who is chosen,
For UNC AFROTC students, most
post-graduate opportunities are avail
iable in math, physics and computer
science. Students who major in these
areas have a better chance of getting
scholarships, Avery said. But many
nursing students receive scholarships
for their last two years of study
In fact, nearly 30 percent of the 94
AFROTC students are women, said
Colonel J. Harry Stow, III, chairman
of the AFROTC program on campus.
"The main problem of the Air Force
ROTC on campus is that many people
do not know we're here," Avery said.
Stow said: "We have mail-outs to
students, mostly freshmen and sopho
mores. We have an on-going awarenesss
campaign to make people know that
the program is here." """
AFROTC offices are located in
Chase Hall and are not visible from the
outside as are the offices of NROTC.
NROTC has a cross-campus pro
gram in which the instructors and
faculty officers travel between UNC and
N. C. State, which has about 100
Practically any major is acceptable
for application to NROTC, Baetzel
said. "Fine arts and music, however, are
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French Master Chef Escoffier.
Our 16 oz. T-Bone Special
This is our manager's favorite steak, so she
named it after herself. We have two sizes
An 8 oz. cut from what most say is the tastiest
part of the beef
A boneless cut
All steaks are served with vour choice of baked P
not acceptable majors since there is not
much application in the Navy," she said.
"We're looking for well-rounded
Bailey said there were not as many
positions open to women in NROTC
as there is in AFROTC.
"We're restricted on how many
women we can take," he said. "There
are basic quotas for the number of
women we can accept. Therefore,
women who come in usually have an
average in grades and SAT's than
In the AFROTC program, one-credit-hour
courses are. taken at the
general military course level for the first
two years. During the last two years,
, one three-credit-hour course is required
for each semester, Avery said.
In addition, the cadets are expected
to attend the cadet corps once a week.
The cadet corps is make up entirely by
cadets with a chain of command among
them, Avery said.
As part of the two-part program, the
responsiblities of the cadet increases as
his experience increases, said Stow.
"The closer one is to graduation, the
closer he is to being an officer," Stow
said. "There's more emphasis on lead
ership skills the junior and senior years."
NROTC midshipmen take an elective
course each semester. The midshipmen
are also expected to attend weekly drills,
"There are also other voluntary
activites such as sailboating, the drill
team and team Intramurals which we
encourage them to participate in," she
By the junior and senior years, the
NROTC midshipmen are expected to
declare the sequence, Marine or Navy,
they are planning to take, Baetzel said.
"The Marines have a stronger empha
sis in physical training," she said. "They
are an elite organization. "The naval
officer has a more technical job."
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