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CLEMSON, S.C. -Although the
Clemson Tiger, now 3-6, has been about
as hard to handle as a koala bear this
year, Coach Bill Dooley and the Tar Heels
are taking nothing for granted today in
. About the- only certain thing about
today's ACC contest is that Don
McCauley will break Frank Quayle's old
career rushing record. McCauley needs
only two more yards, and the Tigers'
rushing defense is the worst in the
Carolina scouts have noticed
improvement in the Tigers in their last
two games. Clemson dazzled Maryland
24-1 1 two weeks ago before losing to
Florida State 38-13 last Saturday night.
The Tigers have beaten Virginia,
Citadel and Maryland and lost to Auburn,
Georgia, Georgia Tech, Duke, Florida
State and Wake Forest.
Clemson's two big guns are punt
returner Don Kelley and quarterback
Kelley went 102 yards for a
touchdown at Maryland and set up
another score with a 56-yard
interception. He leads the ACC in punt
runbacks, averaging 16.9.
Kendrick's 237 passing yards at
Florida State established a new Clemson
total offense record, and he has 12 more
games lef tin hiscar eer. T .7T
He ranks second in ACC passing and
sixth in total offense. After a bad start,
Kendrick has learned the art of picking
out secondary receivers.
He passed 48 times Florida State and
should throw at least as much today.
Ray Yauger, who shafted the Heels at
Death Valley two years ago, is back from
injuries and ranks fifth among conference
rushers with 587 yards.
After yauger gained over 200 yards in
Clemson's 24-14 1968 victory, he broke
his arm and the Tigers ended up losing
the conference title.
Five students have announced their
candidacy for freshman class offices on
the "Do-nothing" platform.
The candidates are Jack Knight, of
Greensboro, president; Lance Dunn, of
Charlotte, vice-president; Steve Robkin,
of Atlanta, Ga., secretary; DeWitt
McCarley, of Greensboro, treasurer; and
Karen Ellis, of Fuquay-Varina, social
The "Do-nothing" platform is an
effort on the Tart of the candidates to
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In its first year the school has three
full-time teachers and 25 ''people under
six " (the age range is from 18 months to
six years). There are. in addition, a cook.
a cleaning woman and several volunteer,
The basic idea is that children will
enlarge their capacities by pursuing their
In Carolina's last serious effort, the
30-15 Homecoming win over Virginia, the
pass defense looked much better.
Lou Angelo made a beautiful
interception in the end zone and Greg
Ward had one of his better days.
Dooley will probably alternate John
Swofford, Dick Garrett, and Richard
Stilley if Kendrick starts hitting.
Angelo rated Virginia's Bill Troup as
the best passer the Heels had seen, and
then commented, "we get a lot of
criticism when we lose, and usually we
can't say anything back. But I think the
pass defense really showed 'em today."
Kendrick's passing is Clemson's only
offensive hope, because UNC has allowed
less than 100 yards per game on the
ground. That's including Wake Forest's
262-yard total three weeks ago.
Paul Miller is not exactly an NFL
quarterback prospect, but he passes well
when he has to and is the team's sixth
Wingback Lew Jolley and McCauley
have taken 30 of UNC's 75 completions.
Considering the toilet-paper texture of
Cfemson's defense, which allowed Wake
Forest a new conference rushing record,
UNC may disregard the pass altogether.
McCauley, Geof Hamlin and. Ike
Oglesby have led Carolina to 2344 yards
on the ground this year, and the figure
will swell today.
On paper it looks like a big day in the
air for Kendrick, a bigger day on the
ground for Carolina.
But very '" few things have gone as
planned this year in the ACC. The fact
remains that Clemson can strike quicker
than Carolina, and if the Tigers get an
early lead this could be crucial.
Although Duke and Auburn found the
valley salubrious and the Tiger toothless,
the Tar Heels have not won a road game
since Vanderbilt in early October. After
McCauley breaks his. record today, the
Tar Heels will try to run regularly, punt
away from Kelley, and pressure Kendrick
for their first Death Valley win under
Dooley, and seventh victory of the
show the absolute absurdity of the very
existence of class officers on the
Freshman officers have virtually no
power, and the class offices exist mainly
for the purpose of maintaining antiquated
tradition, say the candidates.
Knight urged that the entire platform
be- understood. "It is extremely
important that the freshman class
understands that we are sincere in our
efforts in this election," says Knight. -
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they work so Wednesday he and a school
volunteer went out and planted a free,
that is they planted the seed. Kevin was a
little shaken when he learned he wouldn't
have a full-crown tree by Christmas time.
A typical day begins for the teachers.
' Sue Konrad. Lilian Kilpatrkk and John
Malloy. at about 7:45 a.m. when the
children begin to show up. At 8:30 ail the
children are served breakfast at little
dining room tables that just fit.
Between 9:00 and 10:30 everyone
works on artsie-craftsie activities. During
that time each teacher takes her group to
the "learning room" for a half-hour
Teaching is done using the
Bereiter-Engleman technique which
works on the principle of repetition with
a reward (a raisin) for incentive.
The children learn about colors,
shapes, numbers and classes of objects,
animals and so on. John is teaching his
four and five-year olds to tell time and
distinguish objects. Sue is working on
what belongs in a house.
During the morning there are field
trips for the bigger little people. The four
and five-year-olds travel as far away as the
Post Office and Barnie's Animal
The whole gang had what Sue termed
a "great" trip to the Children's Museum
in Durham earlier this year.
At 1 1 :00 (provided the kids aren't out
at the Post Office or something) ' the
children watch Sesame Street on National
Everyone goes outside to play for a
while, then there's lunch (oh, there's a
morning snack somewhere between the
Post Office and Sesame Street), back at
the little-people tables, and nap-time until
about 2:30 when it's play-time and
snack-time all over again.'
The children spend the rest of the
Volume 78, Number 52
by Lou Bonds
Student Legislature (SL) handed an
$894.62 Leadership Conference debt
back to Student Body President Tom
Bello in a lopsided vote at . Thursday
The action followed protest
resignations by Legislators Alan Hirsch
Kevin interested in trees and
rose Matte Jralles
"Our campaign strategy seems very much
a farce, because class offices on the
undergraduate level, with the possible
exception of senior offices, are a
"Anything that freshmen want to do
can be done better through some other
organization already on campus. We think
that there is a strong movement on
campus for the complete abolishment of
class officers, Freshmen who want to get
involved in activities don't need the
permission of the class officers to do it.
"His Land," hailed by Jews . and
Christians as one of the most powerfully
dramatic and perceptive documentary
films on the religious-historical
significance of modern Israel, will be
shown on campus Monday night, Nov.
16, at 7:30 in the Great Hall.
' The film, described as "a musical
journey into the soul of a nation," is a
one-hour color production that blends
Biblical quotations, song, and vivid
camera work to reflect both "the
mysterious force of Judaism in the
human animal, despite all the pressures
against it," and also the "tears, vitality,
and hopes of a homeland reborn."
It offers a Christian perspective, but
grounds it in the Jewish past and present
and links it to Israel's destiny.
The Monday night showing of the
film, admission free, is being sponsored
by several groups on campus, including
FOCUS Christian Fellowship, Carolina
Christian Fellowship, and Campus
outside or in ome
Sue explained that the kids
the free time that thev can
whole world is open to them."
"e try to encourage cooperation."
said Sue. "Probably the biggest problem
is getting the kids to learn to relate to
The school needs money. Some money
will be forthcoming in the form of a
school-lunch program. To qualify, the
school must prove that 40 per cent of the
children come from low-income families
( which they do).
Funds will also be coming from the
Welfare Department once the school is
accredited. They are unofficially licensed
now and once a light fixture is installed in
the bathroom, the license will be issued.
The Welfare Department will pay fuil
scholarships for those children whose
families are on welfare.
, Parents pay on a sliding scale based on
To take care of more pressing bills and
pick up some equipment, the school is
having a bake sale on Franklin Street all
The staff of the school is pretty well
divided, 50 per cent male and 50 per cent
female. Sue explained that it's
"important for kids to see that men, not
just Women, can be in loving, caring
As far s discipline goes, there is no
physical punishment allowed. Children
interfering with the rights of other
children are sent into the hall for a
Those kids who want to fight will soon
be doing it fairly (as soon as Sue gets to
the store) with boxing gloves.
The school grew out of the workings
of the Ad Hoc Committee on Child Care
organized last year by Female Liberation.
78 Years Of Editorial Freedom
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Saturday, Novemher 14, 1970
and Bill Brieger, who lashed out at
The bill to pay for expenses incurred
by 40 UNC student representatives to the
Montreat Leadership Conference was
submitted to Legislature after the
conference held Oct. 2, 3 and 4.
J Finance Committee Chairman Robert
Grady, in introducing the bill, said the
debt would be paid by establishing a
"Let's not try to fool ourselves with a
long list of great ideas that will come
about after the election. We made no
extravagant campaign promises, because
we can keep no promises."
The candidates urge that ail freshmen
admit the farce behind the campaign and
come out in support of "basic honesty."
"We are stressing the use of social
security numbers in our campaign," said
Knight. "After all, freshmen are led to
believe that they are nothing but social
security numbers, anyway."
Crusade for Christ. "His Land" is
currently being seen by about 10,000 to
1 5,000 persons daily at church and civic
gatherings throughout the country.
Produced at a cost of about $250,000
by World Wide Pictures, the film division
of the Billy Graham Evangelistic
Association, the film has been considered
by Christian and Jewish leaders as a
"major achievement," not only its
portrayal of Israel, but also in promoting
The movie features Graham's musical
director, Cliff Barrows, and British
singing star Cliff Richards. Songs in "His
Land" were composed by Ralph
Carmichael, some of them written on
"It's the best thing of its kind that has
been done either by Christians or Jews,"
says Rabbi Marc H. Tannenbaum,
director of interreligious affairs of the
American Jewish committee. "It's a
The film will be shown one time only.
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"Leadership Conference" category in
student government's budget.
According to Grady, the money would
be transferred to the conference category
from any' executive branch budget
category Bello chooses.
An amendment passed later limited
the choice of transfer categories to three.
It stated the money could only be drawn
from either the president's discretionary
fund, the president's scholarship fund or
the president's expense fund.
The total bill, including the
amendment, was rejected by SL,
recording only three affirmative votes.
The conference was co-sponsored by
the executive branch of student
government and Dean of Student Affairs
CO. Cathey and' focused on the role of
the University and higher education in
the new 1970's.
Protest resignations from two
legislators opened the meeting with
surprise anti-student government
Representative Bill Brieger, Morrison
Men's District, resigned on grounds that
he had been illegally dropped from
legislature during a special July session.
Brieger said he had related his
willingness to resign from his seat to
Student Body Vice President Bill Blue
before the summer session. According to
Brieger, he had submitted no formal
written resignation when his resignation
was announced at the legislative meeting
Blue told Brieger the only way to
regain his seat was to run for re-election
in next Tuesday's legislative election.
"I have decided it is not worth the
effort," Brieger said. "I do not intend to
run for re-election and I am now
submitting my written resignation."
Brieger further claimed he knew of
two similar instances in which the
legislator was either out of the country or
had not been contacted at the time of the
Immediately following Brieger's
departure from the chamber,
Representative Alan Hirsch rose to offer
To Miss Betty Grayson, a junior coed
living in Granville East, who won herself a
date Friday night by identifying the DTH
staffer in a photo in Friday's paper.
Miss Grayson won a date with Bob
Chapman by calling at 2 p.m. and
identifvinz as the mustachioed NROTC
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Hirsch, Carrboro Men's District III,
claimed Legislature had proved
"ineffective" during his one-and-a-half
year term in Legislature and he was "tired
of playing games."
Describing campus politics as "silly,"
Hirsch related that he had personally
helped unseat a legislator last year.
"That person later turned out to be
my campaign manager during last year's
student body president election," he said.
Hirsch ran second to Bello in last spring's
He also claimed that legislators were
suffering from fear-"the fear of taking a
Following the resignations, Blue,
speaker of Legislature, offered apologies
to the body for what he termed
"I am truly sorry if you feel you are
being bogged down with 'games,' " Blue
said. "I personally don't think we are."
In other legislative business:
the appointment of Lee Myrowitz to
the Student Supreme Court was
withdrawn by Blue on behalf of Tom
Bello. Blue said the bill would be
withheld for at least one week, "if not
-a resolution to create a commission
to investigate the role of the resident
advisor passed on a voice vote.
The resolution calls for a five member
commission to be selected by and from
SL to research, investigate and make
recommendations to the residence advisor
system and to seek out student opinion
on the system.
-the appointment of Mike Almond to
the Publications Board was approved by
-A bill to allow the Orientations
Commission to pay for the orientation
program's band from its dance category
was resubmitted to committee, in the
absence of the bill's sponsor.
-a bill to reallocate WCAR radio's
remaining budget surplus from last year
was passed by consent.
-A bill to adjust the Debate Team's
budget so that all outside revenue reverts
to its travel fund was passed by consent
member on ine tar left ot the Friday
We would like to assure readers that
Chapman easily got the best end of the
For the rest of the coeds on
campus-this time you were lucky.
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