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Voting in Chapel Hill yesterday was much heavier than
expected as lines of voters backed up from the fire station
polling location. II. Brody Surles (I.) and Chester Kirby
Volume 78, Numbe
United Press International
CLEVELAND - Film star Jane Fonda
was arrested after she allegedly kicked
and slapped a policeman and screamed
"get out of here, you pig."
Miss Fonda was taken to the Cuyahoga
County jail on a warrant signed by U.S.
Commissioner Clifford E. Bruce charging
her with smuggling and assault.
Miss Fonda is scheduled to make an
appearance in Political Science 95-A on
the campus here Friday. Her speech topic
is "The Sexual Revolution."
Tom Denyer, one of the instructors of
the course, said he had received no word
from Miss Fonds's booking agents yet and
Was unsure whether she would be able to
make her appearance.
He expressed hope that Miss Fonda's
Lent State Feed
With contributions from Friday's rally
plus collections during Saturday's
football game, the Kent State Defense
Fund has now collected more than
A table w ill be set up in front of the
undergraduate library all this week to
receive contributions from passersby.
The six organizing the local effort are
are now formulating additional plans to
raise money for the legal defense of the
25 students indicted by an Ohio grand
jury for the disturbances on the Kent
State campus last spring.
Cathey Sterling, student body
president at N.C. State, has started a
campaign on her campus. She will send
funds collected there to the local
organizers so" that contributions from
both campuses can be combined.
At Saturday's second Chicago concert,
a large banner was held up to the group
which asked "Chicago Backs Kent
by Evans Witt
(Editor's Note: The DTH recently
interviewed each of the student body
presidents at the other universities within
the Consolidated University. Tfiis article
is an interview with the student president
The twin problems of the University's
refusal to treat students as adults (in loco
parentis) and the students' refusal to be
concerned with campus problems are
.'constant obstacles for Bill Coonan,
student body president at the University
of North Carolina at Asheville.
endured the Ions
78 Years Of
,napel Hill, North Carolina,
speech could go on as scheduled. She is
also set to make an appearance at an
anti-war rally Friday in Fayetteville.
Miss Fonda, who arrived here from
Toronto, Canada for a speaking
engagement in Toledo, Ohio, said the 105
vials of capsules found in her luggage
were vitamins. Police said they found one
bottle of amphetamines. The other vials
were sent to a laboratory for analysis.
Bruce released Miss Fonda on personal
bond on the smuggling charge pending a
hearing later. He stipulated that she not
leave the country and keep the court
informed of her travels within the
It was reported vials of pills were
found in Miss Fonda's luggage when she
State?" The organist, Robert Lamn,
replied "Absolutely. . . completely" to
one of the effort's leaders, David Arndt.
Lamn added that there was a possibility
of the group doing benefit concerts for
the national fund. Peter Cetera, bass
player for Chicago, took the sign with
him when he left the stage.
Student legislature passed a bill
Thursday night urging students to
support the Defense Fund and
recommending that Student Body
President Tommy Bello donate one-third
of his Discretionary Fund to the fund.
The bill passed on a voice vote with only
one dissenting vote.
The organizers of the Chapel Hill
effort five freshmen and a sophomore
are residents of Morrison Dormitory. A
headquarters has been established in 606
Morrison. Persons wishing to help with
the effort may call 933154. .
In Loco Parentis Are UNC-A Problems
"The University administration has
made an issue that we are adults, and yet
they put restrictions on the
'independence' they give us," the senior
economics major from Asheville says.
The issue of visitation is important on
the Asheville campus, as it is here, but
there it is tied to the problem of the
restrictive system of curfews under which
the female dormitory students live,
At UNC-A, the female dorm students
have midnight closing hours during the
week and 1 p.m. closing on the weekends,
unless they are 21 years old and have
lived in the dorms for two years or unless
they have written parental permission.
The visitation policy at the Asheville
branch is also restrictive. The open house
wait and are shown casting their ballots in
(Staff Photo by John Gellman)
Wednesday, November 4, 1970
arrived by plane at Cleveland Hopkins
Patrolman Robert Piper, who assisted
airport customs agent Richard Matusak in
the arrest, said Miss Fonda slapped him in
th& face and kicked him.
The actress was represented by Mark -Lane,
Boston attorney who wrote "Rush
to Judgment," which was severely critical
of the investigation into the assassination
of President John. F. Kennedy.
Lane said Miss Fonda was on a tour of
colleges and universities in the U.S. and
Canada to speak against the war in
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policy stipulates that visitation can occur
only between 8 p.m. and midnight on
Fridays; between 2 and 5 p.m. and
between 8 p.m. and midnight on
Saturday; and between 2 and 5 p.m. on
"The hours for visitation, however,
will probably be liberalized somewhat by
our adminstration, though not, of course,
to the point of self-determination."
"For us, student self-determination
involves the entire living situation. If they
don't do something about the curfew, a
change in visitation situation really won't
help," he continued.
Coonan commended the Consultative
Committee, the trustees and the
administration lor their "good
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by Mike Paniell
Democratic incumbent Nick
Calitunakis was re-elected Tuesday to the
U.S. House of Representatives from the
Fourth Congressional District.
Republican challenger Jack Hawke
conceded to Galifianakis at 10:50 p.m.
The vote at that time was Galifianakis.
46.826: Hawke, 41.517.
Galifianakis. 42, a native of Durham,
will be serving his third two-year term in
the House beginning in January. He was
first elected from the Fifth Congressional
District in 166 and from the Fourth
District in 1968.
Founded February 23, 1893
"Because of this she is harrassed by
the authorities," he said. Her arrest was
an act of terror, an act of violence. . . this
is the Nixon-Agnew terror."
Lane said Miss Fonda had asked
Matuszak if she could go -to the ladies
"This big, burly federal agent wouldn't
allow it, so she put up a fuss," Lane said.
Miss Fonda spoke at Fanshaw College
in London, Ont., Monday night.
"There is only repression and prison
for anyone trying to do anything in
America," Miss Fonda said at Fanshaw.
"The government must be replaced."
Time to wander around campus and feel fallen leaves below your feet and see
bare branches above your head. Time to enjoy the few warm days left before
winter. Time to be close to someone. (Staff Photo by John Gellman)
intentions" concerning visitation but said,
, "They don't have to live with it.
"I appreciate their efforts but we
should determine our own policy, since
we have to live with it," he said.
The other major problem on the
- Asheville campus is student apathy.
"Student participation is bad. We seem
to be limited in the number of our
leaders," Coonan said.
He explained that the student body
has an extremely high turn-over rate:
some two-thirds of the student body will
leave the school before graduation. An
added factor this year is that almost half
of the student body is composed of
Another problem with getting students
interested in campus affairs at UNC-A is
GaUfunakts t p:esen:I a member o
the House Committee on Bar.kmg and
Heavy voting was reported throughout
the Fourth District despite a 40 percent
chance -of rain. The Fourth District is
composed of Orange. Wake. Durham.
Randolph and Chatham counties.
Roger Foushee. Orange County
Democratic chairman, said voting in
Chapel Hill was "very heavy." with more
than 50 percent of the registered voters
Galifianakis won by 4.2 !( to 2.04
over Hawke. 2. m the Chapel
Hill-Carrboro voting area.
Orange County, with 25 of 26
precincts in, reported 6.127 for
Galifianakis. 3. S01 for Hawke.
In Randolph County, with 22 of 3l
precincts in. the vote was 5.301 for
Galifianakis, 5.335 for Hawke.
Chatham County reported 2.908 for
Galifianakis. 2,143 for Hawke in 21 of 22
In Durham, Galifianakis defeated
Hawke by 1 1,942 to 9,858. Wake County
voted for Galifianakis by 168 votes,
20,548 to 20,380.
Hawke had charged Galifianakis with
"big spending" and attacked him as a
Late Election Returns
Across The Nation
Election returns across the nation as The Daily Tar Heel went to press:
Tennessee: William Brock III (R) winner over Albert Gore (D) in Senate
Florida: Reubin Askew (D) winner over Claude Kirk (R) in governor's
race. Law ton Chiles (D) winner over William Cramer (R) in Senate race.
Ohio: Robert Taft, Jr. (R) 544,590; Howard Metzenbaum (D) 521,768,
with 35 percent of votes counted.
Illinois: Adlai Stevenson (D) winner over Ralph Smith (R) in Senate race.
Michigan: Phillip Hart (D) winner over Mrs. Lenore Romney (R) in Senate
New York: Nelson Rockefeller (R) winner over Arthur Goldberg (D) in
governor's race. James Buckley, conservative, 287,420; Richard Ottinger
(D), 282,038; Charles Goodell (R), 168,919, with 13 percent of the votes
Virginia: Hairy Byrd, independent, winner over Ray Garland (R) and
George RawIings (D) in Senate race.
that some 75 percent of the student body
"As people get fed up with the way
things are going here, they leave, not
trying to do anything about it," Coonan
The major problem the student
government is facing now is getting
enough "feedback" from the student
body in order to act in the best interestes
of the students, he related. The Asheville
SG head reported that very few
complaints are ever registered about
problems, but "griping" is ever-present on
the campus. '
The judicial system is also a problem
at UNC-A, Coonan said. The
administration has done all the
adjudicating or violations of d -'juitorv-
"L- "l,a'-"L I ' A
"Iihcra!" who vote J tor the
Cooper-Church amendment to shorten
the Vsetmni War,
r President Nixon's trip to heh!e and
Vice Pte:der.i Agrrews to Ralesgh
were expected to help Hawke. who had
predicted victory for himself Tuesday.
Galifianaki attacked Hawke"'
Pennsylvania background, vouth and lack
of political experience during tlte
Gahtianakiv received Bachelor c-i Vrt
and law degrees forom Duke Cnivemitv.
lie was an instructor in the Duke Law
School from 5i to l54 and an
asitant professor of husmes.s law there
form ll60 to lr?.
Named Outstanding Man of the Year
in 1963 b the North Carolina Junior
Chamber of Commerce. Galifianakis was
among the Outstanding Young Men of
America in 14)4.
A member of the North Carolina
General Assembly from Durham County
from 1 9b I to 1965. Galifianakis served as
chairman of the Judicial Committee and
the Mental Institution Committee.
Hawke is a native of New Milford, Pa.
and received a Bachelor of Science degree
in political science from Drew Univensty.
where he was president of the student
body, and a law degree from Duke.
UNC coeds with self-limiting hours
will no longer have to sign in, beginning
Every woman in a dormitory or
sorority who has self-limiting hours will
be provided this week with an orange
sticker for her ID card, indicating she has
When a woman student wants to get
into her residence after closing hours, she
shows the ID and sticker to the
The new method of admitting women
into residences after closing hours was
arranged by the Association of Women
Students Implementation Board.
Previously, a woman showed her ID
and then signed a slip of paper with her
name and the time she entered.
If the student has an ID but no sticker
she must sign in after the guard has
If the student has no ID, the
housemother must still be awakened to
identify the student.
A woman with a temporary ID must
affix the sticker on the ID. She will
obtain a new sticker from her residence
director when she receives her permanent
policy although the students are supposed
to be in charge of the process, he charged.
"If you say that the students 3re
supposed to adjudicate their own
discipline, and then by-pass them
everytime, what good are they? It's bst
and least the administration's job to do
it," Coonan said.
He also feels that though UNC-A is, as
of now. a "weak sister" in the University
system, it can still make some significant
contributions to the whole system in the
areas of general University policy.
"We have a small school but have a
pretty strong academic situation-and
we're getting better," Coonan said.
"We're trying to do something for the
Western part or the state."
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