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Carolina and Davidson. The Tar Heels
by Terry Cheek
The failure of the Department of
Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) to
proved funds for authorized biomedical
research grants has increasingly become a
nightmare for medical schools across the
country, says Dr. Issac Taylor, dean of
the UNC School of Medicine.
Noting that this year's lack of funding
is "not new," Taylor said Friday the
IFC Releases Rules
For Fraternity Rush
Rules regarding silence between
fraternity members and prospective
rushees were released Friday by the
Inter-Fraternity Council and the dean of
All men of sophomore standing and
above who are planning to participate in
formal rush must abide by the rules of
During the week of rush, contact with
fraternity members is limited to actual
rush hours or to telephone or room
conversations. No activities may take
place in neutral territory, such as
restaurants, or in campus activities.
Freshmen who expect to participate in
spring rush are under the rules of
modified strict silence. These men may
not visit fraternity properties, including
brothers' apartments, nor can fraternity
by Anne Lafferty
Every summer Washington, D. C.
becomes a mecca for students, lured by
government jobs and the opportunity to
explore firsthand the workings of the
federal government and the lifestyle of a
Last June several UNC students
converged on the Capital. They held jobs
which varied from researching legislation
and interning with the Peace Corps to
laying the groundwork for a National
Conference on Youth to be held in
February and coordinating student
interns at HEW.
Some came away in August elated.
at the rubgy game Saturday between
won, 34-0. (Staff photo by Johnny
Federal government has been withholding
funds for years, "but it's getting worse."
Fifth District Congressman Nick
Galifianakis criticized HEW Wednesday
for failing to provide $670,000 to N.C.
Memorial Hospital for approved health
Taylor said the approved grant
proposals included 1 8 projects concerning
a "wide variety of subjects in biomedical
Even though Congress has approved
agents visit freshmen in their rooms.
Freshmen are allowed unlimited contact
in neutral territory.
The freshman rules for modified strict
silence are in effect through October 15.
From October 16 until the first day of
spring formal rush, freshmen are allowed
unlimited contact with fraternities.
The limitations on communication
with fraternity members were designed to
make the rushee equally available to all
"This way, a rushee won't be
pressured to pledge any one fraternity,"
said Todd Llewellyn, IFC rush chairman.
Although fall formal rush is slated for
October 5 through 8, fraternities may
pledge sophomores, juniors and seniors at
others dejected and disillusioned, but all
left with a richer understanding of the
workings of government and the
possibilities for survival in a large city.
Besides enjoying the myriad activities
of the nation's capital, "You learn what
people living in a city are willing to put
up with." commented Larry McBennett,
who worked at a civil service post, "like
realizing you'll only see stars every third
or fourth night."
And lack of mobility, due to distances
and heavy traffic, annoyed more than one
of the temporary residents. Yet the
constant excitement and activity seemed
almost to compensate for the
inconvenience, especially during a
78 Years 0 Editorial Freedom
Sunday, September 27, 1970, Chapel Hill, North Caroli
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by Chris Cobbs
COLLEGE PARK, Md.-The sins of a
sister sport were visited on the Maryland
football program here Saturday as
Carolina blitzed the Terrapins 5320.
Whatever good fortune the Terps may
have had recently with respect to
basketball recruiting was nonexistent on
the Byrd Stadium gridiron.
The skies were cloudless and the Band
Day musicians hit a minimum of bad
notes, but nothing else went Maryland's
The Tar Heels got 33 points in the first
half, with the Terps giving away half of
that total on fumbles.
The UNC defense was impregnable on
the ground, although it surrendered 340
yards in total offense. Except for brief
periods near the beginning and end of the
contest, however, Maryland had great
"I don't think we're dead, although we
certainly looked that way," said Terp
Coach Roy Lester.
"I was very dissatisfied with our
offense. We continually dropped passes
and didn't get the ball to open receivers."
Carolina tailbacks Don McCauley and
Ike Oglesby repeated their showings of a
week ago, when they netted 281 yards
McCauley gained 123 yards on the
the expenditures, "the Bureau of the
Budget can place freezes on the funds,"
According to Taylor, the withholding
of research funds is part of the reduction
of federal expenditures being actively
pursued by the present administration.
"Vietnam is partly the cause of this,"
said Taylor. "This is the same old
question of priorities."
In ordinary times, instead of 18
unfunded grants at a loss of over
$600,000, there would be maybe two
grants at a loss of $50,000 or $60,000,"
If the Federal government continues
to withhold and reduce medical funds,
schools across the country will lose their
ability to conduct biomedical research, he
The fund cuts, Taylor continued, "are
having the effect of dimantling the
research apparatus that has been built up
over the part half-centurv."
Galifianakis said HEW has left
unfunded nearly $150,000 in cancer .
research projects at Memorial Hospital
even though the projects have been
He also said HEW has not funded
$520,000 for approved research in heart
disease, child care, strokes and health
problems of the elderly.
Taylor said he would advocate an
appeal by the medical profession to
Congress ofr the passage of legislation to
guarantee the disbursement of funds for
More than the aura of the city,
fascination with the government drew
most of the summer interns to
"I had this basic faith that things
weren't as bad as I'd heard they were,"
recalled Joe Stallings. Working under Pat
Jennings, chief administrative officer of
the House of Representatives, Joe
researched the seniority system and later
reported his findings to- Congressional
committees and individual Congressmen.
His job also exposed him to the
complex system of administration and
stifling work to which most employees
John McDowell, one of forty interns
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ground this time -his third consecutive
game over 100 while his relief man
punched out 77 more.
They were the leading offensive
performers, with quarterbacks Johnny
Swofford and Mike Mansfield also turning
in highly creditable showings.
Swofford, starting in place of the
injured Paul Miller, complete four of five
passes while Mansfield hit on eight of 12
for 1 1 1 of the team's 1 8 1 air yards.
Six Tar Heels got into the scoring act.
McCauley and Oglesby picked up two
touchdowns apiece. Swofford added
another, and wingback Lewis Jolley and
split end Ricky Lamer had single I D s.
To the delight of a disappointing
crowd of 20,806, Maryland made an
. Tailback Al Thomas broke off left
tackle for 57 yards on the first play from
scrimmage before safety Greg Ward
brought him down by the seat of the
Thomas scored four plays later, but
the point after was no good, hitting the
Nothing like a playful
on the staff of the National Conference
on Youth, spent the summer researching
youth employment and preparing a
report of background information for the
conference's task force on employment.
The nature of his work and the
freedom given him by the conference
staff enabled him to come into contact
with many agencies and facets of the
federal government that many interns
Barry Hager, who, like Joe Stallings,
worked in Congress, did research on
electoral reform and a voluntary army for
Senator Birch Bayh. Barry believes the
hope of the future lies the executive
"Both the executive bureaucracy and
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The Terps didn't get any more points
for the next 55 minutes, in which time
Carolina was running up 47.
The Tar Heel first and second
offensive units split time in the interim.
Carolina got its first score following
Tony Blanchard's recovery of a fumble he
caused with a vicious tackle on
punt-returning Larry Marshall.
UNC moved 1 7 yards in five plays and
led 7-6 when Jolley swept left end with
three minutes left in the first period.
About two minutes later, McCauley
cracked up the middle for another TD,
which was set up by linebacker Jimmy
Sebster's recovery of a Thomas fumble at
the Maryland 32.
Craven got his field goal early in the
second quarter to make it 176.
Preceding Swof f ord's , six-yard sprint
for the third score, the Maryland center
snapped the ball over the punter's head
and into the end zone for a safety.
McCauley moved the Tar Heels into
position for Swofford's tally with jaunts
of 1 1 and 22 yards on successive plays in
the oppressive 92-degree heat.
dog to interrupt a peaceful
the legislative system are too cumbersome
and extraneous," he explained.
For the present, he said, someone
heeds to devise incentives to encourage
the bureaucracy to reduce its power and
trim its budget. 'The best thing a
President could do is find some way to
strangle the federal bureaucracy," he said.
Although many interns felt stifled by
such overwhelming bureaucracy, one Tar
Heel at least felt she had escaped it to
"The Peace Corps is not a good
example of bureaucracy," commented
Peggy . Baggett, who worked in their
national offices. 'They're just not
organized enough to be one. They're not
getting the job done," she explained,
Founded February 23, 1893
Mansfield arched a 47-yard scoring
pass to Lanier with four minutes
remaining before the half. The split end
grabbed the ball away from Ed McManus
and stepped into the end zone and UNC
had the game clinched before it got a
The Tar Heels marked in the third
period on a four-yard aerial from
Swofford to McCauley. Then Oglesby
closed out the point-making, unsurpassed
in the UNC-Mar land rivalry, with a pair
of final stanza touchdowns.
The Terps also scored twice in the last
period, with new quarterback Robert
Tucker perking up the offense with his
passing and scrambling against UNC's
Tar Heel Coa-i Bill Dooley said he
was very happy with the win, especially
since Maryland had come from behind to
defeat Carolina in the previous meeting of
the teams in 1968.
"I'm proud that our team didn't lose
its poise after Maryland scored so quickly
and then got a fumble another quick
"It was hairy out there for a while and
a lot of teams would have folded with so
many things going against them early.
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sleep in Polk Place.
(Staff photo by Johnny Lindahl)
"but they want to; they're sincere and
All the others experienced Washington
from different angles.
From their varying perspectives they
came into contact with dedicated workers
and bored employees, an exciting
environment and a traffic and
smog-clogged city, a snarled bureaucracy
and inefficient idealism.
After a summer of close contact with
government, Joe Stallings' outlook had
He expressed the creeping frustration
which best characterizes a Carolinian's
Washington summer, "I was really
surprised in many instances that anything
was accomplished at all."