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The Daily Tar Hee!
October 21, 1970
Groundbreaking ceremonies for a new
Phi Delta Chi fraternity house were held
Sunday, Oct. 1 1 , at 204 Finley Rd.
Larry R. Godwin, who spearheaded
the drive to build the house, dug the first
spadeful of earth to launch the building
Dr. George P. Hager, dean of the
School of Pharmacy, was guest speaker.
He reviewed the history of Phi Delta Chi
at UNC and predicted a future of
increased participation and leadership for
Godwin received a plaque of special
service from the fraternity. He is
chairman of the board of directors of the
The groundbreaking was preceded by a
buffet luncheon at the Ranch House
Restaurant and attended by many of the
professional pharmacy fraternity's
Gary Hartley, president of the
fraternity, said the $136,500 house will
be partially paid for through
contributions from fraternity alumni
The house will be a three-story,
Georgian -style building. The first floor
will have a formal living room, a chapter
room, a dining room, pledge room and
den, kitchen and housemother living area.
The remaining two floors will be sleeping
areas for 32 brothers.
Plans for the new house were laid in
the spring of 1968. Completion date is set
for June 1, 1970.
The Naval Academy beat West Georgia
4-3 in the annual Tar Heel Invitational
Debate Tournament last weekend.
Forty-six teams from 11 states
competed in the Tournament. The UNC
team was able to compete until the
elimination rounds, and then disqualified
itself since it hosted the tournament.
Wake Forest and Emory University of
Atlanta had the two top speakers in the
- by Bill Pope
Jefferson Airplane and Led Zeppelin,
two internationally known rock groups,
will not appear at a "Festival of Life" on
Oct. 26, The Daily Tar Heel learned
The groups were scheduled to appear
at the festival which was being held in
conjunction with Vice President Spiro
Agnew's speech in Raleigh.
'The Festival of Life," sponsored by
UNC yippies, is scheduled to be held
outside Reynolds Auditorium on the N.C.
State campus, where Agnew will speak at
Scott Snavely, leader of the yippies,
said last week the two rock groups would
make an appearance but Premier Talent
Agency, which handles all appearances
for the groups, denied the report of their
"Both the Airplane and the Zeppelin
are out of the country," said a spokesman
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Will pay for articles, books, and records about
Lenny Bruce. Call Joe 924-6851.
For Sale - $80.00 car tape 'player with four
good tapes thrown in - $50. Speakers, wires,
included. Call 967-38 48.
Needed: 4 tickets to the Chicago concert. Call
Tom Jones at 968-9309 anytime.
World's Greatest Electric Bass for sale: 1970
GIBSON EB-2D, two humbucking pickups,
semi-acoustic; Plush hardshell case, brand new
condition. Was $594.50, now $375. Jim
Needed: Two Chicago tickets. Will pay
anyth ing reasonable. Call 968-6534 after 5 .
Any girl Interested in singing professionally
with a well known regional band. Please call
967-5262 for more information.
For Sale: 1956 Mercury - Must sell by Nov. 1 -Good
tires and new battery. $80 or best offer
Call 968-1408 after 5 pm.
Wanted: At least 2 tickets to Chicago concert.
Will trade 4 albums (your choice) on stero tape
cartridges. Call Penn Dameron, 942-3690.
Lost Cat: Pumpkin found Monday. Thanks to
the Jim Allisons. Still lost over 3 weeks -Satan
and Fluffy. 2 black cats-one long haired and 1
short haired. If seen call Maggie Dent 929-3457.
Sheffield Farms Riding School. Hout seat
equitation and jumping. Special group rates for
adult beginners. Located outside Chapel Hill.
Call Durham 489-4977.
Wanted Waiters or waitresses, full time or part
time. Will fit our schedule to yours. Apply in
person. HONEY'S, Chapel Hill.
Clean up work. Two hours a day, six days a
week. Call 967-38 38 in the afternoon.
TAPE RECORDER for sale. AKA1 1800-6 D
reel to reel and 8 track tape recorder. Sold new
for $390 will let go for $220. Call 942-6868.
LA 750 Amp. 24 WChannel (Loud). BSR
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Custom built speakers. (All 7 montns old.)
$175 or best offer. 732-7130 (Hillsborough)
After 7 p.m.
ATTENTION Maie students, age 21 or older,
part-time JOB opportunity available. For
appointment call: 942-4187.
Larry R. Goodwin breaks ground for the construction of new house for the professional pharmacy fraternity
the new Phi Delta Chi fraternity house last Sunday. The located on Finley Road.
Among Students Here
By Sue English
A campaign is underway at the
University to enlist student support for
George Rawlings, Democratic nominee
for the U.S. Senate in Virginia.
Virginia Carson, a senior from Raleigh
and field organizer for the program, said
the campaign originated from the
Movement for a New Congress which
began at Princeton University last spring.
for the agency in New York, uthey will
not be in Raleigh Oct. 26."
David Aycock, state chairman of the
Young Americans for Freedom (YAF),
Tuesday described as a "farce" radical
protests planned for the rally.
Aycock disputed the yippies'
announced plans to give out tickets for
the Agnew speech at 8 p.m.
"A leaflet said tickets will be
distributed Wednesday and Friday,"
Aycock commented, "but the YAF has
not received any tickets, and to my
knowledge neither have any college
Republicans nor local party headquarters
in Durham, Raleigh or Chapel Hill."
"This brings up the question where did
they get tickets for mass distribution,"
Aycock continued. "In my opinion, if
they give out tickets they will be forged."
Aycock said "unless they can prove
these things, the radicals on campus are a
bunch of liars.
"I am willing to rescind anything I
say," he commented, "if they give proof
For Sale: SCUBA Equipment. US. Divers vinyl
covered tank with reserve, single hose regulator,
fins, mask, and snorkel. Asking $125. Call
Buddy Hedrick 929-1609.
TR-3, 1962 with TR-4, 1964 engine, white.
Good mechanical condition, must sell. Call
929-1595 between 5:00 and 7:00 p.m.
Kawasaki 350 cc. Street Scrambler. New Rear
tire, new brake shoes, new chain, Barnett
Competition clutch, Just tuned up. $550 Firm.
ROOMMATE needed immediately. Beautifully
furnished townhouse apartment in Durham, 10
minutes from UNC campus. Rent is
$180month. Call 489-8922 nights.
Apartment to swap - Spacious 2 bedroom
unfurnished apartment, walking distance from
campus. $100 plus utilitiesmonth. Would like
one bedroom apartment. J. Kelley 967-1613.
For Sale - 1963 VW Beetle, beige with beige
immaculate interior, radio, white walls, 30
m.p.gallon. Call 942-7167 after 5 p.m.
Wanted: Shotgun and high-powered rifle. Call
Need a party house' Cabin available every night
of week. $30 a night. 942-5012.
FOR SALE: Irish hand sweaters and
accessories. High quality imports-100 A wool
Phone Claire or Conor 967-38 72.
Mofotcycle for sale - Must sell 19 70 Honda
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helmet included; $625 or best offer: Don't
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rebuilt engine, new full-synchro transmission,
new clutch, paint, top, side curtains. Call Dorr -286-1180
in Durham, evenings.
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Special -introductory offer for the piedmont
region. Sophisticated matching techniques.
Write: National Cybernetics, Dept., Box 221.
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We want to allow the inherent creativity and
honesty in children to find free expression. We
have the place for It. CHILDREN'S HOUSE
oiigM For Va
Rawlings is running on a strong, liberal
platform, said Miss Carson and help is
needed to defeat the oppostion,
incumbent Sen. Harry Byrd
(independent), and the Republican
nominee, State Sen. Ray Garland.
The race is close, said Miss Carson,
with Byrd presently holding a slight edge.
Students can be of great assistance by
going to Richmond, the state capital, and
encouraging voters to go to the polls, she
' where they got these tickets...and that
they had ever contacted these groups.
"I consider this another insidious trick
which these people are making to con the
students," Aycock added.
Commenting on the ticket
distribution, Aycock said he considers it a
"farce" because "they gave no name on
'The whole issue involves around one
important thing," the history major said,
"radicals want to disrupt the Agnew
'They do not believe in rational
discussion," he commented, "their only
goal is to disrupt Agnew and deny his
freedom of speech."
"Sex Revolution" films on abortion,
contraceptive, and homosexuality will be
shown at 8 p.m. today and tomorrow in
the Morrison social lounge.
All students are invited.
"ON A CLEAR
DAY YOU CAN
BobNewhart Larry Blyden Simon Oakland
Jack Nicholson and John Richardson
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"This appears to be a year of low voter
turn-out," Miss Carson related. "The side
that gets the most voters to the polls will
In addition to recruiting voters,
students who go to the Richmond office
to help campaign will be involved in
phone and evening house-to-house
canvassing, office work and rallies.
University students who are interested
in going to Richmond to work on the
election and need a ride or can provide
transportation should contact Margaret
Avery at 967-1756, or Bruce Page at
Miss Carson said that Chapel Hill
students will be working with students
from Princeton as well as those in the
Richmond area. The district to be
covered is the Third Congressional
District, which includes Richmond and its
'There will be places for students to
stay in the homes of people in Richmond
who are sympathetic to our cause," Miss
Carson said. "We would encourage any
student, especially those from Virginia, to
go to Richmond anytime between now
and election day, November 3."
Two of the main points in Rawlings'
campaign are a fixed time for ending the
Vietnam war and the backing of the
president's present welfare plan, she said.
by Woody Doster
ECOS, the statewide ecological and
conservational society, wiU have its fall
organizational meeting today at S p.m. in
the Great Hall of the Union.
ECOS Director Watson Morris said the
meeting is planned to "get things kicked
off"" for the year.
"People who come tonight will have
an opportunity to talk to old members
and find out what we are like,' said
The first speaker will be James C.
Wallace of Chapel Hill, a professor of
social studies at N. C. State University.
Wallace is head of the conservation group
Wetlands and Estuarys for Tomorrow and
has been instrumental in local
"Wallace is sure to be interesting," .
Morris said. "Every time he speaks he
makes headlines somewhere."
ECOS Treasurer Bob Smythe will also
speak on the group's current activities.
ECOS (from the Greek work "oikos"
meaning household) currently has a
membership of "300-350" people.
However, says Morris, "We have lots of
ideas and not enough people to see them
Morris explained that ECOS can use
people "with varying degrees of time and
energy. W'e welcome people who have
only a few hours a week to give."
His major opponent, Byrd, supports
the President on the war and does not
support the present welfare plan, Miss
The University Placement Service has
announced the following companies will
recruit on campus during the week of
Monday, October 26 - DHEW, Social
Security " 'A d ministration; ' F.W. :
Woolworth; Weyerhaeuser Company.
Tuesday, October 27
Kelly-Springfield Tire Company; Vick
Chemical; Austin Presbyterian
Wednesday, October 28 - Maryland
National Bank; Proctor and Gamble
Distributing Company; University of
Pennsylvania, Wharton Graduate Division.
Thursday, October 29 - Sears,
Roebuck, & Company; Celanses
Corporation; General Telephone
Company of Southeast.
Friday, October 30 - The Kroger
Company; Southern Railway; Deering
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ECOS is. sponsoring a multitude of
diverse projects, he said. Its sex
information booklet, "Elephants and
Butterflies..jnd Contraceptive" appeared
Oct. 12. A hike through Joyce Kilmer
Memorial Forest to protest a proposed
road through the area is scheduled for
At the meeting tonight, tables will be
set up with information on particular
areas of interest to them.
At the conservation table will be Dr.
Ritchie Bell UNC botany professor. Beil
and his conservation staff are interested
in saving the Mason Farm and the
Botanical Gardens in Chapel Hill.
Morris said the University has
proposed several plans for developing the
two adjoining areas. The Athletic
Department has requested that a track be
bid out, the housing office would like to
build dorms there and the Finley Golf
Course would like to expand.
ECOS also is sponsoring projects to
halt the development of natural areas in
the state such as Linville Gorge and Bald
The pollution table is concerned
primarily with the proposed New Hope
Reservoir. To create this reservoir plans
call for inundating 30,000 acres of land
and would require an additional 20,000
acres for flood control usage.
ECOS spokesmen have said there was
no justification for the project and too
much environmental damage would
result. In addition, it is feared the lake
would be so shallow it would quickly
become choked with undesirable plant
"This is the situation that Lake Erie is
faced with now," Morris said.
A fund-raising table will be set up to
solicit donations. "Our greatest need is
for people to work on our fund-raising
drive," said Morris. "Lack of money is
holding us back in many areas."
ECOS has also applied to the U. S.
Office of Education for a $10,000 grant.
"We believe that we will get the grant,"
Morris said, "but we don't know how
long it will take."
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