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Monday, December 4, 1972
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Page Seven
aim’s Sports Scoops
by Allison Towne
Thanksgiving week-end foot
ball wound up Atlantic Coast
Conference competition with the
Tar Heels in the number one po
sition and Wake Forest in the
last slot. The ACC champions
downed East Carolina 42-19
while here in Winston-Salem, the
VPl Gobblers lead by super quar
terback Don Strock, cmnched
the Demon Deacons 44-9 in
coach Tom Harper’s final game.
Clemson nipped South Carolina
7-6 and Miami, Fla. downed
Maryland 28-8.
Two ACC teams won bowl
bids to sum up the season. The
bowl game schedule is as follows:
ACC basketball will be in full
swing soon. Carolina opened
their season Thanksgiving week
end and other ACC teams had
openers last week. Although N.
C. State is the 2-1 favorite for
the title, both Virginia and
North Carolina are looking for
successful seasons and Clemson
has seen much improvement.
Wake Forest’s debut was the
Twin City Classic involving Cor
nell, Florida Southern, and Ala
bama. That took place over the
weekend.
Bobby Allison, who won the
stock car racing money battle
but lost the championship to
arch rival Richard Petty, has
December 29;
PEACH BOWL
N.C. State vs. . .
Alii gets ready to leave for the holiday bowl games.
December 30;
SUN BOWL
UNC vs. Texas Tech
Umv. Revises Program
Grants Student Suffrage
ASTRO-BLUEBONNET
BOWL
Tennessee vs. LSU
GATOR BOWL
Auburn vs. Colorado
Tiffin, Ohio - (l.P.) - A new
system of campus governance
for Heidelberg College, under
which students will help legislate
social policies and housing regu
lations and be given five votes in
faculty meetings was approved
recently by the Board of Trus
tees.
The new College Council re
places the previous 20-member
Student Senate and the faculty
Campus Affairs Committee. The
council will have 12 voting mem
bers - seven students, three full
time teaching faculty members,
dean of students as the only per
manent member, and a personnel
dean appointed by the college
president.
The council moderator and
four students elected by the en
tire student body from a slate
not including College Council
members will sit on the general
faculty as voting members. Elec
ted council members may attend
faculty meetings as non-voting
members.
In addition to housing and
social decisions, the council will
charter and recognize all student
groups on campus and allocate
funds received from the student
activities’ fee.
The council may initiate, dis
cuss and formulate recommen
dations on any campus matter,
act on recommendations within
its jurisdiction and submit others
to the appropriate campus body.
The council must conduct open
meetings at least every two
weeks and submit its minutes to
the faculty. It may establish
committees.
In effect, the new system will
give Heidelberg a bicameral leg
islature. Avenues are provided
for faculty and students to gain
reconsideration of council ac
tions, for the administration to
delay implementation of actions,
and for the trustees to “modify,
change or review” policy deci
sions.
About 300 colleges have
councils similar to the type
adopted here, according to Re
ligion Professor Paul Bock, co-
chairman of the 11-member
campus Governance Committee.
His committee noted that college
student senates across the coun
try have undergone role changes
in recent years that have brought
them to the brink of collapse.
Many student senates former
ly held important responsibilities
in social life. The trend now is
for campus centers to assume the
lead in' campus social life.
December 31;
SUGAR BOWL
Penn State vs. Oklahoma
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USLTA and Wimbledon cham
pionships. Winning those, she
says, means a great deal more to
her than money.
In men’s tennis, Arthur Ashe
edged Bob Lutz in a tense fifth
set tie breaker Sunday to win the
$50,000 World Championship
Tennis Tournament held in
Rome, Italy.
December 18;
LIBERTY BOWL
Georgia Tech vs. Iowa State
Ashe earned $25,000 as he
came from behind to defeat Lutz
in a gruelling 2'4 hour match
with scores of 6-2, 3-6, 6-3,
3-6, 7-6. Tom Okker of the
Netherlands defeated South Af
rican Cliff Drysdale 6-3, 7-5 for
third place.
been named driver of the year
by a select panel of automotive
sports writers. He will receive the
Martini and Rossi “Golden Ea
gles” trophy and a bonus $7,500
symbolic of the best overall per
formance by a U.S. driver in
1972. Runners-up George Fol-
Imer, Mark Donohue and Bobby
Unser will receive $ 1,000 each at
the luncheon to be held in New
York next month.
Chris Evert ended the tennis
world’s guessing last Monday by
announcing her decision to stay
with the United States Lawn
Tennis Association Circuit rather
than join Mrs. Gladys Heldman’s
Women’s International Federa-
Here at Salem, basketball and
ping pong are still big Tuesday-
Thursday night attractions. Join
all the jock-etts in the gym and
see the action for yourself.
New Year’s Day;
ROSE BOWL
Southern Cal vs. Ohio State
COTTON BOWL
Alabama vs. Texas
ORANGE BOWL
Nebraska vs. Notre Dame
tion Tour when she turns pro on
her 18th birthday Dec. 21. Al
though Chris could make a lot
more money on the Federation
Tour she chose to stick with
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