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It was Band Day at Kenan Stadium Saturday and high school bands from all over
the state came to Chapel Hill to join in the festivities. The field was full of bands at
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Ike Oglesby strolls through the VMI line
of the afternoon...
Harrison Symmes, former U.S.
ambassador to Jordan, will speak here
Monday night on the Mideast crisis m
Carroll Hall at 8 p.m.
Chapel Hill and UNC charity
organizations who would like to receive
money from the 1971 Campus Chest
drive must submit applications by Nov.
The annual drive is co-sponsored by
Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity and
Gamma Sigma Sigma service sorority. The
student charity drive gives money to
campus and community organizations
that express the need for it.
Groups should submit an application
in writing. The application should state
what the money is needed for, from what
other sources the group receives money
and the group's basic operations and
Applications should be sent to Campus
Chest, co Alpha Phi Omega, Smith
enroute to one of his three touchdowns
The title of his address will be
"Palestinianism: Idea and Reality."
Symmes has been associated with the
Mid-East throughout his Foreign Service
career. He has just returned from the
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan where he
served as U.S. Ambassador. ,
An alumnus of UNC, he received his
Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1942. He is a
native of Wilmington. He received his
Master of Arts Degree from George
Washington University in 1948.
Ambassador Symmes' experience with
the Middle East has been both varied and
extensive. Between 1946 and I960 he has
held posts in Alexandria, Damascus,
Kuwait, Benhaiza and Tripoli. He has also
served in Intelligence Research and the
Division of Research and Analysis for the
In 1965 he was appointed Director of
the Office of Near Eastern Affairs. He
became intimately acquainted with the
explosive Arab-Israeli conflict in 1966
when he became Director of Israeli and
Symmes is currently serving as Deputy
Assistant Secretary of State-designate for
Symmes' visit is being sponsored by
the Carolina Forum and the Department
Freshmen on Carolina
halftime, but there was enough space left
by Chris Cobbs
Chris Lee rose from the obscurity of
his position as second string quarterback
on the B-team to engineer a scoreless
And the cannon exoiodes as he
continue to romp over the Keydets for
by Cliff Kolovson)
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by Sue English
An organizational meeting to interest
students and Chapel Hill residents in
attending the Revolutionary People's
Constitutional Convention will be held at
9 p.m. Monday in 202 Carolina Union.
The Convention will be held in
Washington, D.C., on Nov. 27, 28 and 29.
Sponsored by the Radical Coalition,
which is composed of the New University
Conference, Students for a Democratic
Society and the Young Socialists
Alliance, the meeting was called by John
to spell out UNC. (Staff photo by Cliff
78 Years Of
Chapel Hill, North Carolina,
fourth quarter and ease a king-size
headache for Carolina Coach Bill Dooley
Saturday. . ' ' " -
It appeared that there was no way the
coach could prevent the Tar Heels from
breaking the school scoring record of 65
points as they rart up 62 in the first three
heads tor the bench, and the Tar Heels
their sixth win of the season. (Staff photos
Wheeler, a former graduate student of the
The purpose of the convention is to
allow "oppressed people" from all over
the country to gather and to write a
constitution to replace the present one.
"The constitution will be concerned
with the rights of all people, and will not
be used by the power structure to keep
people dowri as the constitution now
does," Wheeler said.
The Black Panthers made a call for a
constitutional convention last June in
Washington. The first convention was
held in Philadelphia in September. More
than 6,000 people were present.
Although the writing of the
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pljy in which Duke defene tjr Dick BiJJ'e wis inaned avJl left the cjhu.
Duke qujtieibjkk leo Hart, who l'ou;?d Wjke Korexi" pjN deferv u:d m the
first half, svtued two touchdowns, the first on j tio-.nd p'ance with 2 21 lelt in
the third peiiod to end a o4-ard Jme.
Hart led his team Si yards in m pljvs. inclndins: two pjvs interference calU
against Wake Forest, for Duke's final score wuh 4:44 fell in ihc canto. He wotcd on
a two vard run. t!ieu ran for the two-point conversion.
Russell mixed his running and passing plays well and ga:r,Med xucccssfuU tour
times on fourth down, keeping, the bal hn.iseif tw see to capture .'e fii5 u.'.ms.
Han brought Im team to the Wake Forest 15 in the fu! period, but the baH vjn
knocked front hi hand and recovered by Wake Forest's John Piu!hp.
Duke end Wes Chesson set a new ACC career feccption iccorj. He can Jit live
passes for a total of 14l in Ins career, breaking the old in.uk nci b Fred Zeigier ol
South Carolina, who graduated last ear.
Tlte win gave Wake Forest a tie with Duke for leadership in the race for the ACC
championship. Both held identical 4-1 records after the came.
Sunday, November 8, 1970
periods against hapless Virginia Military
VMI was certainly incapable of
containing the onslaught, since its defense
has held an opponent below 40 only once
in nine games this year.
Dooley played his first team only half
of the first quarter, turned it over to the
second stringers for about 20 minutes,
then cleared the bench.
Only when he inserted Lee, however,
did the Tar Heels stall. The Elizabeth City
sophomore, who has served as backup
punter in addition to his B-team duties,
completed three of five passes but
succeeded in keeping UNC out of the
visitors' end zone, leaving Final score
Although the Tar Heels managed as
best they could to keep it respectable, the
statistics indicated that the game was not
as close as the score.
UNC made 31 first downs and 543
yards in total offense to 13 and 179 for
VMI. The Tar Heels set three conference
and two school records.
Don McCauley established an Atlantic
Coast Conference single season rushing
mark as he increased his total to 1,257
for the year.
The senior tailback touched the ball
only 14. times but still' got 127 yards.
Two 'more would have given him the ACC
career record, 2,695 yards, which is still
held by Virginia's Frank Quayle.
Placekicker Ken Craven converted
eight points after touchdown to give him
27 for the year. Both Figures are league
McCauley's two touchdowns gave him
13 for the season, good for 78
points-and two more school records.
VMI may also have set some kind of
mark for futility. At least four opponents
have set records of some description
against the Keydets, who have now lost
26 ot their last 28 games.
The Tar Heels ground out 174 yards
and scored 21 points in the First quarter.
Both McCauley's TD's, which came on
short runs, and the first of three by his
backup man, Ike Oglesby, helped put the
game out of reach early.
Oglesby's 50-yard dash, in which he
constitution began at the meeting in
September, the major part of it will be
written in Washington during the latter
Wheeler stressed the point that
although all national Black Panther
leaders" will be involved in the-writing of
the constitution, all oppressed groups will
"It's not just a Black Panther thing."
Wheeler said. "It's for the oppression of
all groups, especially blacks, women,
homosexuals, street people. w.rking
class and all third-world peoples."
When asked Sboui the structure of the
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made a couple of quick cuts that would
have embarassed much more competent
defenders, preceded his four yard run and
a 32-yard pass from Mike Mansfield to
Bill, Sigler for Tar Heel second quarter
The Greensboro soph carried the ball
16 times for 106 yards as the Tar Heels
gained 365 yards on the ground.
Quarterback Mansfield, who took over
for starter Paul Miller midway through
the first period, hit 1 1 of 1 5 passes before
yielding to Lee late in the third stanza.
Fullback Tim Kirkpatrick and tight
end Ken Taylor joined Oglesby in the
scoring parade in the third quarter.
Taylor tied a school record with two TD
VMI finally got on the board with a
94-yard drive that consumed some six
minutes of the third period. End Jim
Conlan caught a . 10-yard pitch from
quarterback Gary Shope for the score.
Shope also accounted for the other
tally with a nine yard toss to Buster
Venable late in the fourth quarter.
It seemed certain that the Tar I! -els
would surpass the school scoring record,
which was recorded against something
called Virginia Medical in 1912 and
duplicated 16 years later against Wake
When Carolina drove to the VMI 33
early in the final period, however, Dooley
opted to punt on fourth down instead of
sending in Craven to shoot for the filed
goal and the record-tying 65 points. UNC
also had the ball at the Keydet 25 as time
The coach, while adhering to collegiate
tradition in attempting to keep scoring
down by letting everyone play, also
deprived McCauley of a chance to erase
Quayle's career rushing record.
"Don is not the kind of young man
who would have wanted to run for
records today," Dooley said. Some
28,500 Band Day fans would have
enjoyed seeing him get just one chance,
however, with the mark two yards away.
It was an odd sidelight to a ludicrous
constitutional convention, Wheeler said
there will be separate meetings of
particular groups to put together their
parts, and then the whole thing will be
"I think it's important for people to
bein to articulate the conditions in this
society, and to make clear what
oppressed people feel are necessary for
the liberation of all people." Wheeler
"The constitution will be used as an
organizational tool to educate people to
their conditions, and to motivate them to
participate in more militant actions tor
their liberation," he said.