by Chris Cobb
C(?LLEGE PARK, Md.-Uncertainty is
tne key word in this suburb of the
nation s capital.
Like political pursuits and student
sentiments, things keep shifting
atout...especiaIly things athletic.
A precocious basketball player
becomes the University of Maryland's
most famous undergraduate on his first
day of class, when he dramatically
decides to enroll here.
The football team loses to a laughable
opponent, Villanova, one week and the
next comes oh, so close to beating
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Contrary to the administration
visitation policy, Carr dormitory, Project
Hinton and the fourth floor of Hinton'
James dormitory have passed the SL
Open House Agreement which allows
seven-day, 24-hour visitation.
The remaining dormitories have
accepted the administration policy, three
are undecided and one has no visitation.
No sorority has visitation, in accordance
with national policies, but Chi Omega is
planning to consider the possiblity.
The DTH surveyed each fraternity,
sorority and dormitory on campus Friday
and discovered the general reaction to
SL's vote was one of approval tempered
Jim Cobb, spokesman for the fourth
floor of Hinton James which has not
accepted the administration's policy, said
his floor was just being honest.
Larry Hancock, a member of Chi Psi,
said his fraternity passed the
administration's policy after a close vote.
Most of the members were in sympathy
Now Scheduled Nov. 17
UNC Fall Elecftfioes Postooimed.
by Jerry Klein
Fall student body elections have been
postponed by one week so they will not
interfere with students who wish to
participate in national and local elections
The unanimous action by Student
Legislature Thursday night moves the
election day from November 10 to
According to Legislator, Gerry Cohen,
who authored the elections bill, positions
to be fiiled in the fall elections include
freshmen, sophomore and junior class
officers, half of the mambers of Honor
another foe, Duke, which is undeniably
Eight members of the Maryland team
are involved in hneup changes in the
personnel shuffle which seems to
transform the squad in a week's time.
A defensive unit that rarely lines up
the same way two times in a row adds
another confusing dimension to the state
of unsettled affairs Carolina finds itself in
the midst of when it meets Maryland at
Even though Carolina has firmly
established itself as an Atlantic Coast
Conference contender with impressive
victories in its first two games, the Tar
Heels are not without their own
finds solitude in the middle of Polk Place.
Orai Visitottioe .
with the SL action but "the main concern
of guys was that they might get in trouble
with the IFC and have their social
"I'm halfway satisfied with this," said
JoeTracey, Chichi member speaking of
his fraternity's decision to accept the
"Forty percent of the brothers would
be in favor of 7-24," he said, "but we
really don't need it so much with 24 hour
visitation in the living room and
He explained that many students who
voted for the administration policy will
keep guests in their room overnight
anyway. "We support student legislature
and honesty," Cobb said.
Cobb made the statement Wednesday
when he said, "We also feel that many
students who adopted the
administration's policy of visitation and
open house did so only to appease the
administration with the intent of
following their own will."
Many of the students interviewed
Court and approximately 15 of the 50
seats in Student Legislature.
The legislature also voted to change
the deadline for nominations. Under the
new policy, those wishing to run in the
fall elections have until Nov. 10 to submit
their names on petitions to Elections
Board Chairman David Ruffin.
Political parties must observe the same
Students wishing to run may be
nominated by the Student Party, the
University Party or the Conservative
Party, in which case their names will
automatically appear on the ballot.
Nominating conventions should take
place the week before Nov. 10.
A student may run as an independent
The first of these concerns who will
play quarterback as UNC invades creaking
old Byrd Stadium, where the team lost its
most recent engagement with Maryland in
Junior Paul Miller started against both
Kentucky and North Carolina State, but
he received a sprained ankle in last week's
game and his status is undetermined.
Junior Johnny Swofford and
sophomore Mike Mansfield are the other
possibilities, with the edge going probably
to the former because of his consistency.
The Tar Heels lost another valuable
performer in the State game when safety
Rusty Culbreth sustained a knee injury
which required surgery. He is out for the
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Chapel Hill, North Carolina,
supported this contention but were afraid
to release their names because of
"We have girls staying on the floor.
overnight all the time," said one Granville
resident. "We did it last year and
nothing's changed as far as we're
Another aspect of the situation was
raised by one Pi Lambda Phi member,
Branch Hennard. He said the fraternity
had temporarily accepted the
administration policy but was going to
meet again to resolve the visitation
"We would like 7-24," said Hennard,
but he indicated the fraternity wanted to
ensure it had visitation and would keep
the administration policy until the
dispute was resolved.
The administration reaffirmed its
position Friday in a Jetter from Dean of
Student Affairs C. O. Cathey to Student
Body President Tom Bello.
No visitation will be allowed in those
houses which have passed the 7-24 policy,
according to the Cathey letter. The
positions of Student Legislature and the
administration are now set.
The issue will be decided by the
candidate by submitting the signatures of
50 members of his district for a Student
Legislature office, or 100 signatures of
members of his class for a class office.
Persons wishing to serve on the Honor
Council must be approved by the Honor
Approximately one-half of the Honor
Court's districts will be holding elections
this fall. Persons wishing to serve on the
Court must first be cleared through an
interview with the Honor System
Commission. Those who pass the
interview will have their names placed on
the ballot for the Novenber elections.
Under a legislative reform, bill passed
in February, also sponsored by Cohen,
any legislative seats which have been
(Staff photo by Lee Howe)
Culbreth's replacement is soph Greg
Ward, who coaches feel lacks only
experience. Otherwise, the offensive and defensive
units which moved the ball impressvely
and allowed the opposition but 10 points
in two games, remain intact.
Coach Bill Dooley expressed some
concern for the offesive line, however,
since Maryland deploys in numerous
"We've got to be ready for anything
they come up with," said Dooley, "so
that we will not have a hard time finding
the right people to block."
UNC line starters include center Keith
Hicks, guards Ron Grzybowski and Jim
Hambacher, tackles Paul Hoolahan and
Saturday, September 26, 1970
by Bob Chapman
C. O. Cathey, dean of student affairs,
expressed in a letter Friday to Student
Body President Tom Bello regret for
Student Legislature's affirmation
Thursday night of their stand concerning
the Open House Agreement.
"By this action," Cathey said in tne
letter, "the legislature has deliberately
chosen to pursue a course of action
directly in opposition to University
Bello said he Was "not surprised" at
receiving the letter. He added, "a more
effective way for a dean to express his
opinion to students would be to attend
the Legislature meeting."
The dean of student affairs added in
his letter, "I must advise you that the
action of the Student Legislature in this
instance cannot be accepted as binding in
any way. Neither the Legislature nor any
other branch of Student Government
may speak for the entire University
community, determine policy
unilaterally, or modify policies made at
other levels of University
The full context of the letter appears
on page four.
Bello said the next step for students is
to talk to Consolidated University
President William Friday. A meeting is
planned with the president for Tuesday
or Wednesday of next week, Bello said.
Included in the delegation to see
Friday are Bello, a representative from
each of the three houses with seven-day,
24-hour visitation and several members of
"It is hard to predict both what
students and what the administration will
do next," Bello commented. He said the
administration would no doubt try any
cases brought before it, but the question
is what the dormitory residents will do
Cathey explained in his letter that
those houses which formally accepted the
Agreement may participate in open house
activities with violations coming under
the jurisdiction of the student courts.
"No visitation by members of the
opposite sex may occur in the individual
rooms of students in those houses which
adopt any other policy or fail to adopt
the Open House Agreement referred to
herein," the letter said.
Cathey assured Bello any violations
occurring in houses that fail to adopt the
administration's policy will be
adjudicated by a faculty-administrative
vacant or which become vacant before
October 1 5 will be filled in the November
1 7 election.
According to legislative records, at
least 1 1 seats will be voted upon. Nine of
those seats have been filled with
temporary appointments which will
expire on the date of the fall election.
A list of vacant legislative seats will be
published in October.
According to Legislature Rules
Committee Chairman Susan Case, these
legislative seats are vacant because
members moved out of their district over
the summer, missed more than three
meetings and were automatically
removed or resigned because of other
Mike Bobbin, and ends Tony Blanchard
and Ricky Lanier.
Carolina rushed for 41! yards Kh.-J
the blocking of this and the second ur.it
line last week. Tailbacks Don McCauIev
and Ike Oglesby gained a total of 2S1
yards in that game.
The Terrapin offense, meanwhile, was
not overly impressive in either of its
previous tests, managing only three points
against Villanova and 12 against Duke.
Leaders in the offense figure to be
quarterback Jeff Shugars and tailback A!
Thomas. The latter scored the winning
touchdown when the Terps whipped
UNC two years ago.
The Terp defense is young, but is
Associate Dean of Student Affairs
James Cansler termed the dispute
between students and the administration
"I am sorry that such a letter had to
be written," Cansler said. Commenting on
violations of the agreement, Cansler said,
Those houses which have passed the
administration's policy will use their own
enforcing agency. I assume there is no
enforcing agency for those houses who
did not pass the Open House
Cansler said he would "act
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Officer Simms stands in the Carolina Union parking lot, equipped with tne
tools of his trade: a book of parking tickets, a walkie-talkie with which to call
the tow truck and, of course, his gun. (Staff photo by John Gellman)
quack md strong, ivem Dooley. And. of
course, st won't stay p.;t.
Coach Roy Lester is net expected t
Local fins, of whom there should be
about .'0.000 m attendance today, .rruy
find a little unwonted staHUt tn that
If Dooley : seno-sly w crred about
any of this, he can taXe comfort from the
way Carolina has been "hanging tn there,
coming back after wasting a lot of scoring
opportunities." m the first two games.
Dooley s first victory as . collegiate
coach was ajainst Maryland three ears
ago. It will he a most unexpected event if
he doesn't get another todi .
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C. 0. Cathey
accordingly" for any cases brought before
him, but he declined to define
Fred Schroeder, dean of men, said he
was "very sorry to note the action" of
the legislature Thursday, "although I
believe they did so out of their very best
judgment at the moment."
Schroeder said to his knowledge only
Carr dormitory, fourth floor of Hinton
James dormitory and Project Hinton have
decided to adopt a visitation policy other
than the administration's Open House
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