75 Year Of Editorial Freedom
Volume 78, Number 21
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Friday brought the beginning of the monsoon season in Chapel Hill, but after
the rain quit falling it was a perfect day to ride a bike around town, sailing through
all of the mud puddles in the streets or just riding along the street listening to the
tires sing. (Staff photo by Johnny Lindahl)
by Terry Cheek
A committee has been appointed by
the chancellor to examnine the legal and
administrative framework of the
University administration and its
relationship with the student body.
Chancellor J. Carlyle Sitterson last
week appointed the committee, which is
designed to study the present powers of
the administration and report on how
many of these powers can possibly be
delegated to students
The committee was charged by the
-identify the administrative powers
that can and should be delegated to
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students (including those
delegated or exercised);
determine the present
-identify within the administrative
. structure and procedures of the
University, those areas of concern , to
students in which they have competency
but in which they presently do not
participate in decision-making processes;
identify those areas of University
concern in which students should not be
. involved in decision-making or involved in
only a limited or advisory capacity
(including any areas of present
Chapel Hill, Nor:-. Carolina, Saturday, October 10. 1970
by Chris Cobbs
From Irmo, Hanahan, Walhilb and Mullins - crossroads settlements in South
Carolina-to Chapel Hill, the distance is not so great in highway mileage.
In terms of what their people believe and what happens in their communities,
however, there is a wide gulf.
Today's -football game in Kenjn Stadium between the two state universities of
the Carolinas provides some striking examples of the differences.
More people will see the game, which begins at 1:30 this afternoon, than have
ever congregated in Kenan. ;
Some 47,000 plus are expected, and that is probably more than pass through
the isolated settlements which are home to four USC players in a year.
This mass assemblage will be viewing what both head coaches describe as the
Atlantic Coast Conference game of the year, a unique event even for relatively
cosmopolitan Chapel Hill, where football fortunes have suffered in recent years.
Then, too, there is the matter of political inclination, where differences
undeniably exist, but not, as demonstrated by 13 UNC alumni this week,
exclusively as a result of the liberal tradition of the university.
The conservative alumni, of course, got upset when they saw cheerleader Bernie
Oakley's long hair and beard at the N.C. State game three weeks ago.
by Lou Bonds
The Finance Committee of Student
Legislature reported Thursday night an
"immediate investigation" will begin on
an Orientation Commission request for
Finance Committee Chairman Robert
Grady told the Thursday session of SL
the Finance Committee froze the
make such recommendations as
deemed appropriate as a result of this
The faculty motion called for "a
thorough review of Faculty Government,
Student Government, and the
administrative structures and procedures
of the University, especially the Office of
the Dean of Student Affairs, for the
purpose of granting to Student
Government all the powers that can be
justifiably given it, for involving students
in decision-making on matters that affect
them and for which they have
competency, and for assuring that
students be heard in an advisory capacity
on all matters that concern them."
The Faculty Council requested that
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It wasn't exactly a beer-drinking day Friday, but the people who turned out for
the annual Phi Delta Theta Beer Chugging contest didn't really care what the
weather was. They just wanted to drink as much beer as they could as quickly as
they could as this chugger demonstrates. (Staff photo by Lee Unwah)
commission's funds because irregularities
in expense accounting had appeared.
Grady said the commission's request
for an additional $914 in unbudgeted
picnic funds was, in the committee's
According to Finance Committee
reports, $3,000 was appropriated last
spring to meet orientation picnic costs.
The commission was expected to raise
necessary funds this year by charging for
individual picnic dinners.
the committee consider specific proposals
calling for a reorganization of the Office
of Dean of Student Affairs.
One such proposal was that authority
from the Chancellor be delegated to a
Council on Student Affairs, having an
executive coordinator and composed of
equal representation of students,
administration and faculty. This Council
would be invested with policy-making
and personnel appointment
Also proposed was decentralization of
the functions of the present Student
Affairs office in favor of residence
colleges and other modes of student
living, and of greater autonomy for
graduate and professional student
Athletic Director Homer Rsce agreed to let OAley keep both hi luir and lu
place on the cheering squad, preserving what ts prcsunublv freedom ot cxpiesvum
and probably enraging alumni bent on retaining their clumber ot commerce,
The radical-looking cheerleader w ill be in action this, afternoon, urging the
masses to inspire the Tar Heels tt do such undemocratic things js snush the
Carolina has done that, more or less, to the four teams it has met and defeated
by margins ranging from three to 33 points.
The Tar Heels have whipped two ACC and two Southeastern Conference sqtuds
South Carolina has beaten Wake Forest and Virginia Tech. lost to C.eorgu Tech and
tied N.C. State.
Oddsmakers have established UNC as a three to eight point favonte.
The Tar Heels have an important revenge motive in that ihc hae lost to South
Carolina three years in a row. It was 14-6 last ear in a contest in which UNC
outgained the Gamecocks in yardage but was felled by a fourth quarter pass.
Coach Bill Dooley describes the visitors as "big and solid in all departments."
The USC offensive line averages over 230-pounds per man and is constructed
around center Danny Dyches, 6-5. 270, and tackle Dave DeCamilla. who weighs
250 and is an all-conference performer.
The backfield includes veteran
quarterback Tommy Suggs, holder of
virtually every school passing record.
it is without two of last year's kev
Further plans were made on the
administration's behalf to share half of the
commission's expenses with legislature by
returning $1,500 to legislature this year.
Assistant Dean of Men Richard
Stevens said the administration had
agreed to match the Student Government
outlay for orientation "as close as is
Expectations of the Orientation
Commission meeting the $3,000 costs
were clouded when the picnic returned
only $2,097 total.
The. picnic J. contract called for a
Durham firm to deliver food for 4,000
chicken dinners and 1 00 soft drinks at a
cost of $3,061. The dinners were to be
sold to orientation participants at a cost
of 80 cents each.
- However, only 2,500 dinners were
actually served netting $2,097. Grady
said the commission explained the
irregularity as due to inexperienced
students serving the plates.
Despite an apparent $913 loss on the
picnic, Grady said the commission's
requisitions would possibly total "over
The Finance Committee requested
additional time to investigate reasons Jot
the requisitions and possible causes for
the picnic's losses.
In other legislative business, the Rules
Committee requested additional time to
consider by-law changes which would
limit the SL speaker's powers.
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men, however, since fullback Warren Muii
and tailback Rudy Holloman have
Replacing these talented runners are
Tommy Simmons ind Billy Ray Rice,
Ace receiver Fred Ziegler is gone, loo.
with Jim Mitchell and Mike Haenard
stepping in to chase Suggs aerials.
Tackles Jimmy Poston and Rusty
Ganas have pro size and plenty of
experience and linebacker Al Usher
tackles emphatically to lead the defense.
Carolina's big weapon again will be
Don McCauley, the flying tailback who
has already gained 529 yards rushinR.
Johnny Swofford, who has started the
last two games at quarterback, is
expected to get the nod once more, with
Paul Miller still hobbling on an injured
Swofford completed 1 1 of 16 passes
for 137 yards last week against
Vanderbilt. He was relieved temporarily
by sophomore Mike Mansfield and the
two of them generated 313 yards in total
No changes are expected
remainder of the lineup.
UNC holds a 29-10-4 lead in the
series which dates back to 1903, while
the Gamecocks have not lost in their last
1 1 conference games.