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Sophomore guard George Karl joins
lour veterans in the starting lineup as
Carolina opens its basketball season
tonight against East Tennessee.
The game begins at 8 p.m. in
larmichael Auditorium following a
by Chris Cobbs
Carolina's 17 seniors, who were
instrumental in the team's 8-3 season,
have been entrusted with the task of
leading the Tar Heels in two weeks of
informal conditioning prior to the Peach
Led by tailback Don McCauley, the
record setting All-American, the elder
squad members will be in charge of
practice sessions aimed at keeping the Tar
Heels in shape.
Regular practice will be resumed Dec.
12 after UNC coaches return from
important recruiting duties.
Then it will be full-steam ahead as
Carolina readies for its Dec. 30 Peach
battle with Arizona State in Atlanta.
The Tar Heels were extended the bid
to the third annual Peach Bowl last
Saturday following Georgia Tech's 17-7
win over Georgia.
Had Georgia won that contest, the
Yack letttar aroe
by Bob Chapman
Letters sent out by the UNC yearbook
to parents of seniors asking for patron
solicitations brought harsh reaction
Monday from members of the Student
Legislature and Student Government.
A traditional procedure for obtaining
funds foreyackety.jrack, . thejetter
was condemned for its - justif ication of
asking money from the students' parents.
The letter, signed by Joe Mitchiner,
Yack editor, began, "This year the
student legislature has voted a menacing
cut in the budget for the Carolina
'This means that the overall quality of
the yearbook will suffer unless money
can be obtained from an outside source,"
the letter said.
Student Body President Tom Bello
said he was "very disappointed that the
Thm i something special about Franklin
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Wur is in full swing and people are getting ready to go home from work or to come
and browse. (Staff photo by John Gellman)
by Harry Smith
A group of students are planning a
marchVthe Naval ROTC Btuldmg
Wednesday night to serve "an eviction
'nbtice" as a protest against the war.
The march will follow a 25-minute
ffll on the role R;
'military establishment The
attack claims made that the University is
A short speech a member of GI's
freshman preliminary matching UNC and
William and Mary.
Tar Heel Coach Dean Smith says, "this
opener will tell more about our team than
the openers of other years because we are
such a question mark and because we
have not had a scrimmage against an
One of those question marks concerns
Vince Dooley-coached Bulldogs would
have received the host spot in the bowl.
Instead, Bill Dooley's Tar Heels snapped
up the invitation as the second-choice
, Facing UNC will be an undefeated
Arizona State team ranked ninth in the
nation in the wire polls last week.
The Sun Devils, who have marched to
1 5 consecutive wins over two seasons, are
averaging six touchdowns a game this
year. Quarterback Joe Spagnola and his
favorite receiver J.D. Hill are the
mainsprings in the offense.
It will be the fifth bowl appearance for
a Carolina team and the first since 1963,
when the Tar Heels defeated Air Force in
the Gator Bowl.
The Tar Heels became bowl bait
following their smashing 59-34 win over
Duke two weeks ago. Both the Peach and
Liberty bowls were considering UNC.
Director of Athletics Homer Rice was
in Atlanta Monday to make arrangements
Yackety Yack would use such a tactic to
raise money. I am disappointed that they
would write such a letter without
consulting the Publications Board who
signed their contract or the Student
Legislature who supposedly cut their
funds. Personally, I feel the letter to be
Bello argued that the letter was untrue
and that it presented the SL in a bad light
to raise money from the folks," Bello
Mitchiner said past editors who sent
out letters asking for solicitations wrote
"sweet" letters, but he "was not going to
pull any strings."
The yearbook editor claimed the
budget cut referred to a $6,000 cut made
by the SL last spring. According to the
1969-70 Student Government budget,
this year's budget for the Yack is
$55,592, compared to a $52,540 total for
last year's Yack.
Street, especially at sunset. The rush
seek EOTG 'evictioni
United Against the War from Ft. Bragg
will follow the film.
At the same meeting, plans will be
made for "continuing and expanding the
The meeting will be held at 8 p.m. in
111 Murphey Hall. The march will leave
for the Naval ROTC Building by 9 p.m.,
according to one of the organizers of the
effort, Ron Mendel.
In discussing the meeting, Mendel said,
"We hope that this meeting will be a step
in reviving the dormant anti-war
movement, especially in view of recent
the backcourt. which will be without
All-America Charlie Scott and steads
Eddie FogJer and Jim Delaney. all of
whom have graduated. Karl, a 6-1.
183-pounder from Penn Hills, Pa., will be
paired with junior Steve Previs as their
Karl edged out senior Dale Gipple for
the opening assignment at the
for the Tar Heels' trip to the bowl. He
said that UNC will receive an allotment of
10,000 tickets and that these tickets will
be placed on sale in Carmichael
Auditorium soon. They will be priced at
Dooley said, "we're delighted to have
an opportunity to play in the Peach
Volume 78, Number 61
Mitchiner said he did not refer to the
proposed Yack cuts in his letter, an
impression several legislators said they
The editor said his budget included
$350 for the printing and mailing of
letters, which he expects to account for
about $1,600 in patron solicitations. He
termed the letter "perfectly legitimate"
t.and said legislators ."don't have any roona
' to talk."
- Mike Padrick, legislator from Men's
District II, said the Yack was abusing its
privilege in the wording of the letter. He
said the editor based his plea on "an act
that never took place."
According to Publications Board
records, the Yack received $2,742.50 in
patron solicitations for the 1969
yearbook and $2,020 for the 1970 Yack.
The current operating budget of the
yearbook anticipates the income from
patrons to be $1,600.
by Evans Witt
The preliminary hearing for four
members of the Storm Troopers
motorcycle gang charged in connection
with the murder of James L. Cates will be
held at 9:30 this morning in District
Court in Hillsborough.
In another development in the case, a
group of young blacks from Chapel Hill
and Carrboro.. have asked the U.S.
Department of Justice and the University
to investigate the handling of the case by
This group of blacks has also begun
soliciting for funds to hire a lawyer to
assist District Solicitor Herbert Pierce in
the prosecution of the case.
Ronnie Broa'dwell, William Johnson
and Rufus Nelson, all of Durham, are
now being held without bond in the
Orange County Jail in Hillsborough and
are charged with murder in the stabbing
of Cates outside the Student Union early
Saturday morning, Nov. 2 1 .
Brian King, also a member of the
Storm Troopers, was charged with assault
with intent to commit murder in
connection with the brawl. He is now free
on bond from the Orange County Jail.
Another member of the motorcycle
group, Charlie Wilson, is under bond to
events such as the resumption of bombing
in North Vietnam and commando raids
deep into North Vietnamese territory on
the pretense of freeing prisoners-of-war.
"We feel that these actions again
demonstrate that Nixon's plan for
Vietnamization is not a plan to end the
war, but a plan to use American fire
power and Vietnamese lives to defend
American corporate interests in Southeast
"We feel that as students it is our
responsibility to initiate a movement
against ROTC because it is clear from last
"quarterback" position with 3 15 -point
performance in the second Tar Heel
intrasquad game Friday.
The sophomore averaged 22 points per
game last year in six games with the
freshmen before being forced to undergo
spinal surgery, from which he is
apparently fully recovered.
Along ith Karl and Previs starters will
Bowl. I think our players earned a bowl
trip with an outstanding season.
"'We know Arizona State will present a
terrific challenge, but 1 think we will be a
good representative of the Atlantic Coast
The game is set for the night of
Wednesday, Dec. 30 in Grant " Field,
which has a capacity of about 60.000.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Tuesday, December 1, 1970
Cyclist Ted Gillingham is silhouetted against the
afternoon sun outside Chapel Hill. Gillingham likes to ride
appear in court as a material witness in
A memorial march for Cates was held
on Franklin Street Wednesday Nov. 25
led by Chapel Hill Mayor Howard Lee
and Alderman R.D. Smith, about 65
persons reportedly participated in the
march, held before Cates funeral.
A meeting was held by blacks that
night in the Roberson Street Center to
discuss what steps should be taken in
connection with the killing and the
police's handling of it.
It was announced at the meeting a
letter had been sent to the Civil Rights
Division of the U.S. Department of
Justice requesting an immediate
investigation of the circumstances and
police action surrounding the death.
The committee of young blacks which
apparently organized the moves met with
Vice Chancellor Joseph Eagles and
Assistant to the Chancellor Dr. Claiborne
Jones early last week to request a
University investigation of the campus
Eagles and Jones are now in the
process of obtaining the facts in the case,
according to Jones.
"These people raised the question of
whether the campus police did all they
should have to stop the brawl and
whether they did enough to get the
year's events that the faculty will not
move against ROTC," he said.
Meridel continued, "Last year the
faculty council strengthened ROTC by
forming a "Department of WTar and
Peace" which allowed non-ROTC
students to attent ROTC classes, thereby
attempting to'make it more palatable in
the eyes of the students who are against
war and militarism."
The meeting and demonstration is
being planned by members of the New
University Conference and SDS, together
with other interested students.
be sensors Lee Dedmon a-J Dave
Chad wick and junior Dennis Wuycik in
the front court.
Junior BU! Chamberlain wi'd provide
relief for forward Wu.ak and center
Dedmon and, with Gipple. ts considered
one of the team's "seven starters" bv
These seven will probably not play
extensively against little-know n East
Tennessee of the Ohio Valley Conference,
although the Buccaneers do merit respect
because of the record of Coach Madison
Brooks, a 23-year man, has guided the
team to a 338-224 mark, 12th best mark
in the country.
East Tennessee upset Duke two years
ago under similar, first-game conditions.
The Bucs are led by 6-3 guard Gordon
G if ford, who averaged 12.S points last
year, and bv 6-S center and cariain Jerrv
Other starters include guard Lynn
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his bike cross country style in the fields and country roads
surrounding Chapel Hill. (Staff photo by Thomas Cox)
injured man to the hospital," Jones said.
Jones had no comment on the request
for the investigation of the incident by
the Justice Department.
Neither Campus Police Chief Bynum
Rigsbee nor Chapel Hill Police Chief W.D.
Blake would comment on the proposed
Rigsbee did comment, however, on the
charge that the police should have taken
Cates to the hospital without waiting on
"We are advised not to move an
DTH style changes
The Daily Tar Heel will begin publishing a Monday morning
newspaper next week and will cease publication of the paper on Sunday
The change in days of publication is joined by a change to downstyle
capitalization on news and editorial headlines and the addition of the
position of Photo Editor to The Daily Tar Heel staff.
Monday publication became necessary because of the severe
financial loss the paper was suffering from publishing on Sundays.
Advertising, which pays for the bulk of the printing cost of the paper, is
considerably lower on Sundays than on the other five days of
publication. With the end of the football season DTH advertising for
Sunday papers was projected to drop to the point where the paoer
would sustain a S 100 loss for each Sunday paper.
Also, the editorial board of The Daily Tar Heel feels the Sunday
paper does not provide students with benefits equal to a Monday paper.
Currently, one-half of the UNC student body lives off campus. These
students rarely see a Sunday DTH whereas the Monday paper is more
readily available to the entire student body.
The Daily Tar Heel hopes to be able to raise advertising revenue in
the near-future to permit the addition of a Sunday paper.
Downstyle capitalization for headlines means that words in headlines
will be handled as normal sentences with the first word and all proper
The new Photo Editor will coordinate the photography staff and all
photography assignments for the paper. The individual filling that
position is DTH staff'photographer John Gellman who has more than
five years of photographic experience to his credit.
Ph-d Ui:hf,-.rd and
Eat Tennessee is considered a tit'.e
contender in the Oruo VaUey Conference
Injuries hampered Carolina's preseason
work, with Wuycik. Pre-, and
Chamberlain all mis-smg tine with groin
ailments. Dedmon is nurs;ng a twrir-.i
knee and Gipple had a cut eye.
Smith indicated M-onda , however,
they are all ready for tonight's content.
A hustling effort from Karl and
continued fine performances by she Heel
who sparkled in recent tntraqi- '
should get the Heels off to a win ta:t
on their demanding 2c-came schedule.
The Daily Tar Heel presents today on
pages four and five a special basketball
preview of the Heels as ihey begin
competition tonight for the 170-71
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injured person in this situation, since we
might do more harm than good," he said.
Alderman Smith, who is serving as an
advisor along with Mayor Lee to the
group of black calling for the
investigation, said he advised the group to
talk to the district solicitor before taking
any moves to hire another lawyer to assist
in the prosecution.
'The group may be satisfied to just
leave the case to the courts depending on
how it is handled," Smith commented.
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