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Chairman Susan Case reported the
committee was considering a bill
sponsored by third year law student Joe
Beard, but would need more time to
consider the bill's implications. The
motion was granted by consent vote.
The Rules Committee was required by
last spring's legislature to report their
findings to Thursday's session. Approval
of the legislature was needed before the
alloted time could be extended.
Beard's bill called for committee
appointments to be made by legislative
elections instead of speaker appointment
as provided for by current by-laws.
If approved, the by-law changes would
decentralize the speaker's powers and
distribute them among legislative
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The Trustees Visiting Subcommittee
for the University in Chapel Hill will meet
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 30 and 31 to
hear any faculty, students, staff or
employees who may wish to appear and
communicate with the subcommittee.
Besides the agenda for hearing
members of the University
Administration and conferences with
Student Government, and other student
groups, the subcommittee also invites
.students, faculty and others who may
wish to be heard personally to schedule
appointments between the hours of 3:30
and 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 30.
Interviews may be scheduled by
applying either to Charles M. Shaffer,
Director of Development, 302 South
Building (Telephone: 933-2301), or by
writing to the Chairman of the visiting
committee for UNC in Chapel Hill, Mr.
Ike Andrews, Siler City, N.C.
Members of the subcommittee for
Chapel Hill, in addition to Mr. Andrews,
are JamesOrGreen of Clarkton, Cameron'
S. Weeif Tarboro and W.C Hanis-pf
Raleigh:"- ' v
The subcommittee, headed by
Andrews, will meet first with
representatives of the Administration
from 9:30 to noon on Oct. 30. From
12:30 to 3:30, they will 'meet with
student groups, including student
government. Personal interviews with any
who wish to appear will be held from
3:30 to 5:30 on Oct. 30.
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Proposed by-law changes were
initialed by Student Body Vice President
Bill Blue's comments on September 30.
Blue called for a separation of the offices
of vice president and speaker of the
Blue asked Case to begin an immediate
investigation of the way student
governments on other campuses handle
their speaker and vice presidential
responsibilities and to propose changes
for the USX' vice presidential office.
The committee will possibly present
its findings on Beard's bill at next week's
Two small appropriations bills were
offered for consideration and passed
unanimously. The bills provided $34.50
to the International Student Center to
meet office maintenance costs and
approximately S25 in salary to former
Daily Tar Heel ad salesman Doug Jewell.
Jewell is now business manager.
Five legislative seat appointments were
scheduled to be signed by Student Body
President Tom Bello Wednesday and
submitted to legislature Thursday.
The legislator appointees were not
sworn in at the meeting because Bello had
not signed the appoinment requests as of
Thursday. No reasons were given for the
delay. " ,
Fifty refrigerators from Student
Government arrived last week. Students
who ordered the refrigerators and signed
the waiting list may claim them between
3 and 5 p.m. Monday in Suite C of the
Only the first 50 students on the list
may receive their refrigerators.
A second shipment is scheduled for
Oct. 17. The remainder of the 100
students who ordered refrigerators from
Student Government will get a partial
Any student who wants a refund on
his order should also go ' to Suite C
between 3 and 5 on Monday.
The remainder of the first 50 students
who .have not claimed their appliances '
arl: Jill Adams, Randy Burks, Elizabeth,
Foster, .Wayne Gibson, Stuart. Hill,.
Patricia Janesh, Jim Jaynes, Cathey Kale,
Katsuhiko Kondo, Scott Livengood, Billie
Made, Brooks Reitzel, Jean Sparrow,
Carol Stoak, Ralph Vincent and Dick
All persons still desiring refrigerators,
even if they are on the present list, should
call Sherry Yates between 2 and 5 p.m.
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Approximately 200 UNC students, most of them
freshmen, tried to bring back the 1950s Thursday night
with a good, old-fashioned pantie raid. The group got about
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Alpha Chi Sigma, the national
professional chemistry fraternity, has
The national fraternity dropped the
administration's behalf to share half of
the commission's expenses with
legislature by returning $1,500 to
legislature to legislature this year.
, Displays . for .the Homecoming
Festivities will be judged on October 30.
All displays should reflect the
."winning of UNC over Virginia," said---Tom
Kerns, president of the Carolina
Trophies will be presented to the best
entries in the Residence College and
"Displays will be judged on the basis
Phones Soon For
Telephones will be soon be made
available to students in Upper Quad.
Robert Kepner, director of residence
life, said three dormitories in Upper
Quad, Grimes, Mangum and Manly, have
voted by petition or in a meeting to have
telephones in rooms on an optional basis.
- Telephones will be installed in all
rooms, Kepner said, but will be hooked
up only if the students desire. To get the
telephone hooked up, the student must
fill out a formal application with the
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of originality, participation, and artistic
merit," said Kerns.
"male" from its membership
qualifications at its National Conclave
As a result, Rho chapter at UNC is
looking for males and females for rush, to
be held Oct. 14 and 15. Students
interested in AXE should come to Room
268, Venable Hall eithernight at 7 p.m.
and transportation will be provided.
The fraternity is open to any student
who has taken dr is planning to take six 1
courses in chemistry of any type. A
spokesman, however, said the fraternity is
having- trouble getting the names of
Female students can pledge this year,
buf'they will not be initiated. This delay
telephone company and pay $13.50 per
The telephones will be installed "as
soon as possible," Kepner said. The cost
for this semester will be pro-rated instead
of the full amount.
The option to have telephones is open
to all students living in dormitories,
according to Kepner. He said if a student
does not want individual telephone
service, he can get a refund from the
seven pairs at Winston and Connor, but when they went on
to Kenan and Mclver they were doused with water. This
group at Kenan was happy, just before the flood. (Staff
photo by John Gellman)
was adopted so AXE chapters with
would have time to prepare
accommodations for women.
Rho chapter has been at UNC since
1912. It has sponsored lab safety
programs, slide rule classes and tutoring
Many . chemistry faculty members
belong to the fraternity. Dr. M.M. Bursey
is faulcty acvisor. .
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tree concert vill he gicn in m?n;or
of Jimi Hendrix. and Janui Jophn Sundj
in Byron. Gj.
The concert . vill K held aj the
Ir.ternjtiwnal Racewjy near Byron, the
site of the second Atljntj Pop Festtvu!
Mountain and tlrateful Dead vuli
perform along with nuny local Georcui
The 12 to 14 hour concert x
scheduled, to begin at 2 p.m.. s.jii Jin
Wiggins of Macon. Ga.
the sponsor of t!
Security is expected to be tight at tin
festival, he said, with at least 50 Georgia
State Troopers and 50 narcotics agents
expected to attend.
The concert is being held to
memorialize Joplin and Hendrix. two of
the world's lop rock singers who die J
recently from drug overdoses.
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