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Chapel Hill, North Carolina, October 4, 1970
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Volume 78, Number 16
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by Chris Cobbs
NASHVILLE, Term. -Carolina did not
exactly establish itself as a team of
destiny here Saturday night, but it did
make one thing perfectly clear.
In staging a stirring fourth quarter
rally that produced a 10-7 victory over
Students find a shady spot on Franklin Street to wait for
by Jessica Hanchar
Alpha Kappa Psi, the only professional
business fraternity on campus, is having
difficulty contacting prospective rushees.
"We've run into a problem this fall
concerning rush," said Andy Damiano,
president of AK Psi, "In the past, 90 per
cent of our members came from a list of
names supplied to us by the School of
Business of B.A. and economics majors.
"This year, however, Carroll Hall has
not supplied this list. Drop-add was too
Vanderbilt, UNX demonstrated a
remarkable ability to atone for its own
The Tar Heels scored a touchdown and
a field goal in the final period after failing
seriously four times in the previous three
Carolina penetrated to the
Commodore one, six, seven and 34 in the
long and rush is starting too early for the
list to be possible," he explained.
The 32 brothers are concerned that
business and economics majors should
know that there is a professional business
fraternity on campus.
"Many of our members are not
business and economics majors," add
George Mills, rush chairman. "Any major
usually comes in contact with some kind
of business, such as in government. So we
welcome all majors to attend fall rush."
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game's initial three periods, only to be
stopped by fumbles and interceptions.
While quarterback Johnny Swofford
and wingback Lewis Jolley had their
difficulties hanging on to the football
prio to the final stanza, they performed
with both precision and sure hands in the
concluding 1 5 minutes.
(Staff photo by Johnny Lindahl)
the South Campus bus.
Rush for all campus fraternities begins
Monday and runs through Wednesday.
"We have a full regular schedule
planned for the fall," said Damiano.
"This includes guest speakers from large
corporations as well as social activities,
such as football weekends with combos."
Last year Alpha Kappa Psi tied with
two other fraternities for first place in
Inter Fraternity Council general
competition. It won two first place
trophies from the Campus Chest
activities, one from the Campus Chest
auction and another by winning the Ugly
Man on Campus contest in the small
AK Psi is in the process of getting a
new house. "We would like to say in the
area of our present house at 214 E.
Rosemary St.," said Damiano. Plans
should be finalized within one year.
The Alpha Tau chapter of Alpha
Kappa Psi has served the UNC campus for
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Nicholson Barney Adams, 74, former president
of the American Assn. of Teachers of Spanish, and
author of "The Heritage of Spain" and member of
the Romances Languages' faculty at the University
of North Carolina for over 40 years, died at 5 a.m.
Friday at N.C. Memorial Hospital after several
Prof. Adams was a teacher of Spanish, the
curriculum at Chapel Hill that has achieved a high
rank among academic disciplines in the nation.
He was a specialist in Spanish romanticism and
also a member of the Royal Academy of Cordova,
the Hispanic Society of America, and the Modern
Languages Association. He was the author of 15
Carolina found itself trailing 7-0 as a
the fourth period began.
The Tar Heels got possession at their
five yard line early in the period after a
carefully placed Vanderbilt punt.
Swofford then commenced a 95 yard
drive that required 13 plays and gave
UNC a tie with 10:26 showing on the
His pass to Jolley with the Tar Heels at
the Vandy 16 was a fourth down gamble
that the fleet junior w ingback turned into
the tying score by outracing the defensive
The Tar Heels drove 23 yards for the
decisive field goal, which Ken Craven
booted to the Vandy seven with 5:39
Les Whitehorne's 19 yard punt return
had given the Tar Heels possession at the
Commodore 30, from where they
advanced into position for Craven's kick
in seven plays.
Vanderbilt resorted to the obvious
strategy of taking to the air in the
remaining five minutes, let the UNC line
rush and hard hitting secondary were
equal to the demanding occasion.
Carolina had not been impressive prior
to the exciting fourth period.
In the first quarter, Vanderbilt drove
to the UNC ten but John Miller, starting
in place of injured quarterback Watson
Brown, fumbled . there and Judge
It was one of numerous important
defensive plays which helped stymie
Vanderbilt as the Tar Heel offensive
sputtered near the goal line.
UNC was camped at the commodore
12 as the first period ended, following a
63 yard drive in five plays. The Tar Heels
made it to the goal line, but an illegal
motion penalty sent them back to the
five. . ..". . '"'
Swofford dropped the ball as he rolled
to his left three plays later and Vanderbilt
gained possession when tackle John
Robinson fell on the pigskin.
Vandy got rolling a few minutes later
as Miller passed to fullback Bill Young on
back-to-back plays that netted 40 yards.
The Commodores scored with 5:53
left in the half when Miller threw to giant
end Karl Weiss for a 23 yard touchdown.
The Tar Heels survived three
frustrating efforts in the third quarter
before its final period rally that preserved
their undefeated record.
UNC is now 4-0 and faces South
Carolina in Kenan Stadium this week.
In Auto Wreck
A 20-year-old UNC junior from
Durham died Friday in an Atlanta, Ga.
hospital from injuries received in an auto
accident near Winders, Ga. on September
Benjamin Skinner III, 618 Granville
West, was a passenger in a car driven by
Daniel Turrentine of Durham. The
Georgia Highway Patrol said the car
collided with a trailer at about 7:15 p.m.
on Sept. 25.
Skinner was a member of Phi Kappa
Sigma fraternity and was the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Ben S. Skinner of Durham. He
was a 1968 graduate of Durham High
For 40 Years
books on subjects relating to Spanish language and taught at the University of Chicago, University of
literature" and dozens of articles in learned journals. New Mexico, University of Wisconsin and since us
Dr Adams was a popular teacher and respected retirement at Chapel Hill taught at the Umvcrs, y
by h s colleagues. He was noted for his dry wit and of Arizona, University of Texas and the University
colorfurdialogue. He was a connoisseur of fine of Kentucky He has an honorary degree from
food, an expert on Spanish dances and an Washington & Lee.
authority of limericks, many of which he He is survived by his wile, the former Dorothy
composed himself in English, Latin, Portuguese, Stearns, a native of Woodmere, Long-Island, New
Spanish and French. York, and by a daughter, Mrs. Alice Adams-
He was honored at Chapel Hill in 1966 by &UJnenthal of San Francisco a grandson Jeter
fellow faculty members with a testimonial dinner TLinenthal, and a sister, Mrs. Edgar Dare ol
and a volume entitled "Hispanic Studies in Honor Washington, D.C. .
of Nicholson B.Adams." Funeral services will be conducted at the
He was a native of Fredericksburg, Va., and graveside in the Old Chapel Hill C emetery today at
received the A.B. degree in 1915 at Washington & 12:30 p.m., the Rev. Charles Jones officiating. The
Lee University and the M.A. and Ph.D. at family requests no fiovvers, with any memonals
Columbia University, 1920 and 1922. He also has designated to the American Cancer Society.
Chapel Hill pedestrians have a habit of walking out in the street and ignoring the
oncoming traffic, but when this youngster wandered out in the middle of Old
Fraternity Row Saturday he not only stopped traffic for a moment but got a few
sharp words from his mother at the same time. (Staff photo by Johnny Lindahl)
by Jessica Hanchar
Fall fraternity formal rush will be held
Monday through Wednesday from 7 to 1 0
p.m. each night.
Sorority formal rush ended Friday
afternoon. Almost 180 coeds received
bids, which were distributed to the girls
in their individual rooms by their rush
Any sophomore, junior or senior male
with a 2.0 QPA is eligible to participate in
"We expect about 250 men to
participate in rush," said Todd Llewellyn,
Inter Fraternity Council rush chairman.
Approximately 400 girls participated
in sorority rush, which lasted ten days.
This figure includes girls who dropped
out during rush.
"Fifty percent is about normal," said
Nancy Nyrop, Panhellenic rush chairman.
"Most houses did extremely well from
the number standpoint."
Fraternity rushees may visit any house
they wish during rush hours. However,
man who signed preference cards are
assured of receiving invitations from
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Each fraternity house eliminates
rushees on their own bases. "Ax sessions"
will be held each night after rush.
Bid cards will be collected Wednesday
night at the Student Union. The cards
will be distributed that nrght to individual
Sorority rush followed a largely
unstructured program, which included
open houses and general entertainment.
"We tried several new systems for
rush," said Miss N'yrop. "We did away
with the 'tea' system and made it more
casual, more in tune with the times.
"This system was received very well by
the rushees," she added. "From that
standpoint, rush was very effective."
Miss Nyrop encouraged girls who for
various reasons did not receive bids to
sign up Monday for open-bidding with
Miss Julie Jones, assistant dean of
women, in 01 Steele.
Most houses still have places for girls,
according to Miss Nyrop.
According to Inter Fraternity Council
rules, fraternity houses may rush
upperclass men informally . throughout