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by Bob Chapman
A sweeping budget reallocation,
includme the cutting of S25.978.88 from
the Yackety Yack, will be submitted to
the Student Legislature Finance
Committe next week.
The bill to revise the 1970-71 general
budget will be introduced to the
committee by Mike Padrick, legislator
from Men's District II, for Student Body
President Tommy Bello.
"I feel that over S50.000 in student
fees can be better spent than in the
At 11:15 p.m.
Chicago Will Flay Second
by Terry Cheek
Chicago will present a second show.
Archie Copeland, assistant director of the Carolina
Union, announced Wednesday that tickets will go on sale
Monday, at the Union information desk for the second
At $2 each, the tickets will be sold to. students
Monday through Wednesday from 9 ajn. to 7 pjn.
Thursday through Saturday the sales will be open to the
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Volume 78, Number 32
But When It Rains. . .
g by Rick Gray
:$ Associate Editor
: Wednesday was one of those days.
j:j: A perfect day to sleep for about 24
& Rainy days in Chapel Hill are like that.
5 Wake up bright and early ready to set off
on the hike to campus and then look out
:$ Rain. Lots of rain.
6 Wednesday brought 1.22 inches by 1
S p.m. and brief showers after that.
: And with the rain came:
:$ Mud in the Union parking lot.
S Umbrellas on the brick walkways
poking students in the eyes.
Smelly dogs wandering through
S half-empty classrooms looking for a
:S warm, dry place to sleep.
Noted Architect To
by Jessica Hanchar
Architect Paolo Soleri, described as a
"visionary" and "a dreamer," will give a
public illustrated lecture at Memorial Hall
Friday at 8 p.m.
The architect will also be showing his
models and drawings for future cities at
Ackland Art Center Oct. 22 through Nov.
Soleri is best known for his creation,
"arcology," defined as "a way that future
man can live that would be both
by Glenn Brank
The largest, most popular classroom
course on campus this semester is also the
most experimental class available to
Political Science 95-A was approved so
late it could not be included in the
curriculum handbook. Information on
the new concept spread mostly by
word-of-mouth, and, amazingly enough,
j- j.- ,naorpi immediately.
class caras uifh - -
organizers jmi- "
Denyer, encouraged by the
Ar(P to innovate another
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enrollment. At the same time, they invited
participation by all UNC students
tu. cults were overwhelming. Stacks
of dass cards for 95-A were distributed
around the political science department
Yackety Yack, Bello said. "I feel students
need to question the value of this
institution and to provoke discussion on
the Yack's worth and in a number of
Plans for the reallocated money
include a draft counseling service,
scholarships, a Students' Teacher
Commission, a Student Rights Handbook,
Consumer Protection Service, a black
counseling service and other services.
"As will be quickly seen by the
specific legislation, this packet represents
an increased responsibility on the part of
Student Government to serve all students
Ticket sales will be limited to two per I.D., one I.D.
per person. There will be no limit on sales after
Good News will be the warm-up group for Chicago.
Copeland said Chicago would perform for about
one-and-a-half hours of the two hours of each show.
The concerts will be presented in Carmichael
Auditorium on Oct. 31, at 8 p.m. and 11:15 p.m.
The first concert sold out Monday afternoon, the first
day of ticket sales. The 7,000 tickets were sold in less
than six hours.
The unprecedented demand for tickets to the concert
provided a large market for the scalping of tickets.
78 Years Of
Chapel Hill, North Carolina,
A lot of mud puddles waiting to be
stepped in by anyone who had polished
his shoes the night before.
People standing in the doorways of
classroom buildings waiting for the rain
to stop so they could get to their next
class and then deciding that staying dry
was much more important than going
across campus to class.
And what makes things worse is that
Wednesday was just the first in what will
be a winter full of rainy days.
Chapel Hill wouldn't be Chapel Hill
unless at least half the student body had
umbrellas stolen from them the first day
it rained and the other half of the student
body woke up, took one look out the
window and turned over to go back to
Sleep, after all, is the only constructive
thing one can do when it's raining.
ecologically and architecturally sound."
He proposes that man be enclosed in huge
"megastructure" cities which would hold
as many as a million people and soar a
mile into the sky, while taking up only a
few square miles of the earth's surface.
The showing will include selections of
models and drawings that brought
record-breaking crowds in Washington,
D.C. and New York.
Soleri is at UNC as part of an
international conference on population
and industry being held this week. The
program, entitled "Population Priorities
To Be A Popular, Highly Experimental Course
in Caldwell Hall. They were taken by the
When the dust of drop-add finally
settled, approximately 1100 students
were enrolled. The first meeting in
Memorial Hall filled almost every seat and
windowsill on the main floor.
Abnormally large classroom situaions
are not unusual for a growing campus,
but the distinguishing factor of 95-A is its
radical concept of education.
In 95-A, the class controls discussion
topics and overall direction. There are no
instructors, only seminar leaders which
break down the large group into workable
numbers for rap sessions. There are no
tests-emphasis is placed upon topics of
interest to the, individual, with seminar
discussion and position papers on the
Independent studies .programs
manner that it cari." the stuJ-
ly president sa:;
Bello commented the kgisLtion -meet
the diverse needs of the stude.
"needs that will not be met unless :
funding of the Yack is cut back."
According to the proposals,
yearbook will be the only item cut. Th;
would be no overall change in the gen.:
Presently the Yackety Yack opera::
on an overall budget of SS5.--including
S52.540 from the SL hudc.
and S4,000 for Student Governme
Thursday, October 22, 1970
Tom Holmes waits
and Options for Commerce and Industry,
1970-2000," is sponsored by the Carolina
About 45 population scientists are in
Chapel Hill for the conference.
Soleri, a native of Italy and a student
of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, has lived
in the desert of Arizona for the past 12
years, designing his verticle cities.
The purpose of these cities is to
protect the environment. His huge
buildings would leave land around free
for farming, natural vegetaion and
The technology needed to produce
originated, directed and executed by
individual students are also encouraged.
Final grades are limited to two
possibilities: A's or incompletes. Students
arc urged to be creative rather than
competitive in their work.
In a typical class meeting Wednesday,
black political science student Alex
Willingham introduced race as the day's
topic. He gave a short' talk on possible
questions for discussion and then turned
the floor over to the class.
Microphones with long cords were
moved up each aisle for speakers. During
the course of the class more than twenty
students, black and white, argued various
points of view:
"The white liberal thinks only that
blacks want to be while, too. That's wh
he can't understand..."
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would reduce the SL
contribution lo $50,561.1 2. The Student
Government would buv no space uh:s
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would still be free to the students, but it
would have fewer pages.
The largest slice of the money from
the Yack cutback is proposed for a
Students' Teacher Commission.
Shunning the idea of "publish or
perish" Bello said good instructors should
not be dismissed for net publishing. He
said the money could be used for putting
on salary professors, assistants or
Letters to the editor of the Daily Tar Heel indicate
that tickets are being scalped at prices ranging from S10
Student Body Attorney General John McDowell said
selling the tickets for the concert at a profit "would be
interpreted as an Honor Code offense and as such would
be prosecuted by this office."
Carolina Union President Richie Leonard said he
believes the second concert will be sold out by
The sell-out is one of the few in the history of the
Union concerts and is the quickest such sale.
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Founded February 23, 1893
for rain to stop.
these cities has not yet been developed.
"Arcology," however, is his idea of what
future man may have to live in.
His building have brough controversies
over their practicality. Architect John
LobeU of the Pratt Institute has said
Soleri's arcologies "compound every
problem we know of."
John Lindsey, one of Soleri's former
students now studying sculpture at UNC,
said, "Most of the inner spaces could be
interchanged and individualized. The only
thing rigid is the concrete and steel."
Lindsey lived with Soleri in the desert
for almost nine months.
" "Being black does not igve you any
special understanding of adversity..."
"We find people that are racists who
hide behind liberal faces..."
"Can the white man help us? Sure-by
staying out of our way..."
"None of the things that have been
good to white people have been good to
After the class dismissed, groups of
students stood around and continued the
Organizer McGaughey reinterated the
students' importance in the course after
class. "It's up to the students to decide
what kind ot course they want this to
be," he said. "We want to give each
student total flexibility. We have faUh in
our students' abilities and intellects."
graduate students on the mens of
teaching ability, with the jpp:oJi of the
commission and SL.
"1 believe in teaching for teaching's
sake." Bello said. "For too kng the
emphasis ha been on how much a lacu'iy
member publishes, noi on how well he
"By setting up the Students Teacher
Commission we are telling the I 'n:ersiiy
that we want good teachers, not prolific
publishers, and if they feel a good teacher
should not stay here because he has not
publish; we are willing to pay him
Another $6,000 has been proposed for
a scholarship fund. They money would be
placed in the Student Aid Office and
direclty controlled by the president of
the student body or SL.
Included in the legislative packet is a
S5,000 appropriation for a Black
Counseling Service. The funds are to be
used for the retention of a black
counselor to aid black students on
campus in orienting to and working with
A Legal Council and Services Fund
would be allocated S3,500, double its
present budget, ine money would be
used for attorney retainer and counseling
Other proposals included in the packet
are: Draft Counseling Service, S300;
Student Rights Handbook, $750;
Consumer Protection Service, $200;
Health Education Committee donation,
$100; Married Students Handbook, $135;
Student Government Library, $100 and
Leadership Conference, S894.88.
"I think that there are broader
by Lou Bonds
Student Legislature will consider a bill
to unfreeze the Orientation Commission's
funds in tonight's session. The bill will be
reported out "unfavorably" by the SL
Finance Committee, which unanimously
voted against its passage Monday
Another bill expected to be
recommitted to Finance Committee,
would halt any fund committments to be
made by the International Student Center
for' next year's foreign exchange program.
The Orientation Commission's funds
have been frpzen since October 8 when
the Finance Committee received late
requisitions totalling $914 from the
commission to cover financial losses of
Sept. 12 and 14 orientation picnics.
Finance Committee Chairman Robert
Grady said Wednesday he intends to offer
Legislature three alternatives which
would unfreeze funds.
"If the bill is passed, then legislature
will assume the debt," Grady said. "My
alternatives would give legislators the
choice of paying all of it, splitting it with
the administration or paying none of it."
The commission was appropriated
$3,000 for orientation picnic purposes in
the 1970-71 Student Government budget.
That amount was cut by a special summer
session of SL leaving the commission with
approximately $2,000 to carry out the
Grady contends that the picnics were
to be self financed and that the debt
incurred is not student government's
Finance Committee, in reporting the
"Most students are socialized into a
subservient role with the professor
playing god," he continued. "In reality,
students are capable of self-education."
McGaughey defended the feasibility of
a discussion-based class the size of 95-A.
"It's the principle of democracy," he
. said, "Rational people meeting together
to analyze problems and come up with
"We are stressing creative thinking in
this course and we know this will be
difficult for students at first because of
the demands of our educational system,
MdGaughey also mentioned the
appearance of last week's guest speaker
Rennie Davis, which produced
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questions involved." Bello commented.
The student body president lted the
major issues js the t':mervit
responsibility to raising scholarship
money and why the need isn't better met.
the Universitv "s responsibility to hl.uk
students and whether the responsibility
ends with their admission, the
University's rationale for the hume. and
firing of professors and the value of
teaching, even at the expense of
Bellow said. I feel all these questions
are involved in the legislative packet,
questions that need to be seriously
brought into the open."
u sines s
bill, condemned the failure of th
commission to use a requisition in paying
a portion of the debt to Chicken Box in
Durham, the firm providing the dinners,
and the fact that a self supporting picnic
lost almost $ 1 ,000.
According to Assistant Dean of Men
Richard Stevens, the loss was incurred by
inexperienced student waiters serving
larger proportions of food than had been
The bill affecting the International
Student .Center's foreign exchange
student program was passed by Finance
Committee to allow time for
consideration of the entire program,
according to Robert Grady.
Grady said committee members agreed
to recommit the bill and have ISC
representatives present their views to the
Controversy arose over ISC plans to
expand their six exchange student
program to include an additional South
African exchange. The current program
has two exchanges with Germany, two
with Columbia and one each with France
and Puerto Rico respectively.
The program's expenses are currently
shared between the administration and
the student government. The
administration pays for- the foreign
students' out-of-state tuition while
student government assumes the cost ol
fees, room, board and a modest cash
In other legislative business, a bill to
appropriate approximately S62 to the
Women's Athletic Association (WAA) will
be considered. The appropriation would
cover the expenses of proposed WAA
meetings for discussion of the group's
turn-awav crowd at Memorial. "One of
the philosophies of this course is the
introduction of controversial ideas." he
said. "It's a shame the state is noi
receptive to controversial people."
John Martz, chairman ot the political
science department, said there can be "no
clear evaluation of the course until the
end of the semester."
However, he said, "the course so far
ha:; shown, in a variety of ways, that
students are interested in contemporary
affairs and the course has put this m
intellectual, or academic, terms."
McGaughey urged all members of the
class to attend Friday so' a finalized role
could be filled out aid a questionnaire
presented so that students can give their
ideas on future ideas for class discussion.
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