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CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1965
cock Is 6Fair9 After 'HemoFFlksise
Former University Chancellor William B. Aycock
was listed in "fair" condition at Memorial Hospital last
night after he collapsed about 9 a.m. Doctors said he
was suffering from-gastro-intestinal bleeding.
'Aycock, who resigned as chancellor last July after
serving seven years in that post, returned to teaching
as a professor in the law school. -
He was replaced by current
Chancellor Paul F. Sharp.
Hospital Administrator Gene
Crawford said yesterday that
Aycock's condition was listed as
"fair," and ' the situation sta
bilized. The 49-year-old former chan
cellor's disorder was diagnosed
by "X-rays as being gastroin
testinal bleeding from an ulcer.
He is still irf the hospital's ex
tensive care unit.
Aycock was stricken at the
Law building,, taken to the hos
pital by ambulance and given
several blood transfusions.
He was installed as chancel
lor of the University at Chapel
Hill on October 13, 1957, re
lieving former Chancellor Rob
ert 'House, and his seven year
term of office was marked with
growth of the- University and
Aycock was described during
his- chancellorship as being
honest, extremely hard-working,
and fearless in the pursuit
of those objectives which . he
felt were necessary for the Uni-
A lieutenant colonel in the
Army during World War Two,"
Aycock taught in the Law
School before becoming chan
cellor. . .....
He has : been a frequent
champion of academic freedom,
and made numerous speeches
as Chancellor against the
Speaker Ban Law.
When he retired from the
chancellorship on July 8, 1963,
Consolidated University Presi
dent William Friday said, "No
administrator has served the
University with greater devo
tion. "Hisintroduction of construc
tive administrative procedures,
his success in improving finan
cial support of the University,
the establishment - of new dis
tinguished' professorships" and
the development of a long
range plan for the growth of
the University are but a few
of the achievements of his ad
ministration." Friday said.
The UNC Faculty Council heard
"self-study" reports on various
academic programs at its meet
Faculty recommendations grow
ing out of this, self-study assess
ment will be ' announced within
several weeks, a university spokse
This . assessment program was
kicked off several years ago with
each UNC department evaluating
its own needs. The Southern col
legiate accrediting agency added
its studies and recommendations
The faculty has continued in the
past year to discuss needed long
range changes, with an eye to
taking off on some new academic"
tangents under new chancellor,
Woollen Gym tonight
the Tar Heels. Bones McKinney,
WILLIAM B. AYCOCK
UNC's 23 fraternities and an
unknown number of freshmen to
day start Rush Week a rugged
schedule of handshakes, smiles.
cookies, punch and decisions.
Today's three-hour session, from
3-6 p.m. will be the only afternoon
of rush. . All others will .be at
night. Monday the show will go
on from 7-10 p.m. and the re
mainder of the week will be 7
9:30 p.m. - " . -
Interfraternity - Council' Presi-;
dent Ned Martin emphasized yes-:
terday that freshmen do not have
to have an invitation if they want;
to rush a particular fraternity. -
"The pre-rush preparation is
very confusing,' he said," and
many boys are overlooked when
invitations are sent out.
"Every boy is welcome at every
house, and I urge rushees to visit
every fraternity in which they
have an interest." . : - i
i Fraternities, with a single ex
ception, are within walking dis
tance of the middle of campus.
The exception, Zeta Beta Tau,
located at Finley Golf Course, has
arranged transportation 'from the
Scuttlebutt, Columbia St. and
Cameron Ave. for rushees.
A spokesman for the house said
yesterday three cars will be shutt
ling rushees to the fraternity
"Several brothers from ZBT will
be at the Scuttlebutt to greet
rushees," he added. "The cars
will be leaving all the ' time, so
rushees shouldn't have to wait
Rush ends with Pledge Day
Friday, when bids will be distri
buted from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Men
pledging a fraternity will be re
quired to pay the IFC a $3.00 fee,"
to be collected by the house they
never headea as mey suwsncu
the Tar Heels, 107-85.
By LARRY TARLETON
DTH Sports Editor
GREENSBORO North Caro
lina's Tar Heels put on a fantastic
shooting exhibition in the sec
ond half last night as they broke
open what was a close game with
nine consecutive points after in
termission and coasted to a 100
. 78 win over New York University's
For the first time this year, the
Tar Heels placed five men in
double figures, three scoring over
; 20. Bobby Lewis led the Tar Heels
with 25 on 11 of 14 field goals
and three free throws. Billy Cun
ningham hit for 24 points with
nine for 13 from the field before
fouling out with five and a half
minutes left to go.
But it was sophomore guard
Ian Morrison who paced the Tar,
Heel runaway in the second half.
Morrison finished with 20 points
on 10 of 14 from the floor. Two
of Morrison's misses were on lay
ups while all his points were scor
ed from 20 feet out.
Substitute Johnny Yokley and
Hstarter Ray Respess each - tallied
10 for the sizzling Tar Heels.
After shooting 60 per cent of
their field goals in the first
half, Carolina came out and set
a blistering pace in the second
half, hitting 13 of their first 14
In the second half, the Heels
shot an amazing 80 per cent from
the floor to wind up the night with
a 70 per cent accuracy mark.
Meanwhile the Violets were hav.
ing their troubles, hitting only
35 per cent for the game.
The game , was close the first
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15 minutes when the lead chang
hands 13 times. But with 4:58 left
in the half, Cunningham hit a
jumper to put the Tar Heels
ahead for good at 29-23.
Then he hit for another, then
a three-point play, to move the
margin -to 34-28.
The Violets cut the lead to four
on two free throws by Capt. Clem
Galliard, but that was as close
as they could come. Billy hit an
other two-pointed and Lewis
pumped in two jumpers to put the
margin at 10 with 2:25 left in the
After taking a 44-36 lead into
the dressing room, the Tar Heels
couldn't miss when the gates
opened for the final 20 minutes.
Morrison hit a long jumper, Cun
Student Tried For Theft
A complex book theft and ly
ing case high-lighted Men's Coun
cil trials Thursday night.
A student was found guilty of
stealing and selling , books and
"WachaTged with lying- to-the
Council about the case. He claim
ed that he had picked up the
books thinking they were his own.
The case was continued to give
the defendant time to prepare a
defense on the lying charge.
Another student was placed on
probation until September for
falsifying a car registration. He
had rented his car to a coed who
had registered it in her own
name. However, he continued to
use it, even though ineligible.
In the third case, a student
was given a Council reprimand
John Anderson at guaras
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r iu k ft-t i r looH with I
ningham a layup, Ian another
long one and Lewis a three-pointer
to make the score 53-36 with
only two minutes gone in the
The Tar Heels kept stretching
their margin until it reached 21
at 90-66 with 5:14 remaining when
Coach Dean Smith began substi
Dan McKenzie led the Violets
with 25 points. Ray Bennett had
19 and Richie Dyer added 14 for
Coach Lou Rossini's crew.
It was the second consecutive
win for the Tar Heels at the
Greensboro Coliseum. On Dec. 14,
they played one of their finest
games in downing Vanderbilt, 84
78, on the court here.
for writing profane remarks on ;
a quiz paper and handing it in.
The professor turned him in for
a Campus Code violation.
A graduate student was acquit
- ted of an ungentlemanly conduct
charge in keeping a coed out
ovrenight. His date lost track of
the time until 1:30 a.m., and de
cided to risk staying out. all night
rather than return .to certain
The graduate made no attempt
to influence her either way, say
ing that it was her own decision.
. They then returned to an all-night
party, and he took her in the
The Council felt that he could
have been more gentlemanly and
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