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by Mark Whicker
When Dean Smith was informed earlier
this week oCaroIina had been ranked
20th in the U?I poll, he assumed
Creighton, the Tar Heel opponent in
Charlotte tonight, was placed somewhat
higher. But it didn't work out that way.
'Irn sure they're in there
somewhere, said Smith. "The coaches
know who the good teams are, and
they're bound to know about Creighton."
Unfortunately for the Heels, the
Bluejays were placed in the "other teams
receiving votes" category, which means
they still have something to prove.
According to scouting . reports, they are
infinitely capable of proving it.
Creighton (the school in Omaha, not
the shirt company in Reidsviile) has its
five leading scorers returning from last
year's unit which went 16-10 and barely
missed a bid to the NCAA tournament.
Cyril Baptiste of Miami, Fla., a 6-9
center, is one of the most underrated
centers in the country. He had a 19-point
by Bill Pope
Dean C. Wilson Anderson of the
School of Social Work, whose
reappointment to a second term as dean
was the subject of controversy this fall,
has resigned effective Jan. 29, 1971.
Anderson will become executive
director of the Center of Human Services
being established in Cleveland) Ohio on
Anderson became the center of
attention this fall when students and
faculty in the School of Social Work
protested that the University was
planning to relieve Anderson of his duties
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by Evans Witt
A bus service serving the UNC campus,
Chapel Hill and Carrboro may be in
operation by Feb. 1, 1971.
The Joint Transportation Commission
of the two towns hopes to have a
contract for the service signed with the
Gastonia Bus Lines in the near future,
according to Commission Chairman
The proposed service would consist of
six or seven buses three buses on town
routes, two on the campus routes and one
or two held in reserve.
The commencement of the operation
of this town-sponsored bus service would
probably mean the end of the current
campus bus service operated by the
students and the University.
The campus bus service is currently
disrupted by the bus drivers strike
against the Raleigh Coach Lines, which
supplies the buses for the current campus
Raleigh Lines was also bidding for the
Chapel Hill-Carrboro service, but the
involvment in the strike prevented it from
making a contract offer to the
The Gastonia Lines representative, Bill
Rhyne, Jr., has discussed the proposed
by Keith Carter
The Graduate Student Coordinating
Committee (GSCC) took a further step
toward separation from Student
Government Thursday night by approving
the rough draft of a proposed
Public hearings to discuss the
document have been scheduled for Dec.
1 5 and 17 at 8 p.m. in the Carolina
Union, according to GSCC Chairman
The organization plans to distribute
copies of the proposed constitution to all
graduate schools and departments before
"We are very optimistic about the
future because of the action taken
average last season and has led Creighton
to a 4-0 record so far.
Baptiste is joined by 6-9 Joe Bergman
and 6-6 Dennis Bresnahan. Bergman has
one semester of eligibility remaining and
was drafted by both professional leagues
Bresnahan, a 1 3 -point man last winter,
is a third-team academic Ail-American.
Second-year coach Eddie Sutton has
both guards returning, Mike Caruso and
John Taylor. Caruso has one 20-point
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as dean when his term expired June 30,
University officials, however, have
maintained that no decision had been
made concerning Anderson's
reappointment to a second five year term
In a letter to the faculty, staff and
students in the School of Social Work,
Anderson said his "decision to leave the
School and return to the field of practice
had not been an easy one to make.
"I take great pride in the
accomplishments of the School during
the past four and one-half years and
appreciate beyond measure the
cooperation, support, and loyalty so
generously given me by the members of
the faculty, staff and the student body..
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line for the area consisting of some
16,000 bus hours a year or some 300 bus
hours for the area per week. The buses
offered for the service by the Gastonia
line would have a 37 passenger capacity.
The campus is currently served by two
buses operated under contract from the
Raleigh Coach Lines. The Student
Transportation Commission, of which
Bailey Cobbs is the head, is in charge of
the current bus service in cooperation
with the University's Traffic Safety
The Joint Transportation Commission
has also made the preliminary steps to
. apply for technical study to determine
the transportation needs in the area.
The commission is applying for funds
from the Urban Mass Transit Authority
(UMTA) for the study. The total cost of
the study would be approximately
Of this amount, the UMTA would pay
approximately two-thirds with the towns
of Chapel Hill and Carrboro paying the
remainder of the cost.
Commission Chairman George Lathrop
also said the UNC student government
may make a. token contribution toward
the cost of the study.
The application for the funds must be
approved by numerous agencies in Orange
County and Chapel Hill.
Thursday night," Harder said. "The bulk
of the Constitution is now completed,
and we are confident we can stick to our
schedule." . .
The tentative schedule calls for a vote
of the GSCC on the final draft of the
constitution on Jan. 7. A graduate
student referendum on the document will
be held during the week of Jan. 11-15.
"If the constitution is approve4 ..hen,
we expect the GSCC government to be in
operation in early February," Harder
said. "We feel we have put together a
document that will stand up."
The GSCC plans to set up ballot boxes
for the constitutional referendum in eight
or 10 of the larger departments and
schools for continuous voting between
Jan. 11 and 15. Hours for the balloting
will be flexible also, Harder said, "to
prr.e already this year.: b-oth guiras c-n
turn the nets from outside.
Creighton comes to Charlotte from
two engagements in the northern
Rockies, where the Blucjjys got by Idaho
State in overtime and then beat Montana
State Tuesday night.
Although Carolina is probably the best
team the Bluejays have faced this season.
Smith is most apprehensive.
'They're just like Arizona State is in
football," Smith says. Creighton has a
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After several months of careful
consideration, however, I am convinced
my decision is in the best long-term
interests of all concerned."
Anderson says in the letter he feels the
School "will continue to grow and
develop by reason of your efforts, the
new curriculum and new leadership."
Sitterson said a temporary
replacement for Anderson for the spring
semester may be made before the
Christmas holidays, but a permanent
replacement "will take a long time." f
Students and faculty in the School
plan to meet with the Chancellor next
week to discuss a successor.
Anderson's term of dean, which was to
expire June 30, 1971, came under routine
review by the University this fall to
determine whether the dean would be
reappointed for a second term. The
University reviews appointments -for
deanships at he beginning , of the fifth
year of the deanship to determine if
reappointments should be recommended.
" "Students arid" faculty 'of the School
claim Anderson was notified by Provost
J.C. Morrow on June 30 that he would
not be recommended to a second term.
Morrow, who was to make his
recommendation to Sitterson, has
steadily refused to comment on the
matter. Anderson said he was informed
by Morrow but has refused further
comment on the subject. Sitterson has'
maintained he had reached no decision
concerning the reappointment of
Most of the faculty, the report says,
refused to do so.
A report prepared by students and
faculty of the School said Morrow
allegedly told five faculty members that
the hiring of Malcolm X University head
Howard Fuller and the attempted hiring
of Chapel Hill Mayor Howard Lee had
Di Phi demands
by Lou Bonds
The Di Phi Society's yuletide message
to Student Legislature (SL) Thursday,
night was emphatically clear.
"Go deck somebody else's halls with
boughs of holly .... fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la,"
they seemed to say.
At least it appeared that way to
approximately 40 legislators who showed
up for their regularly scheduled meeting
in the Di Phi Chambers in Old West.
The doors to the Chambers .ere
George Blackburn, president ' ihe Di
Phi Society, relayed the mess iv o SL in
meet the special needs of graduate
"We also plan to set up ballot boxes in
Y-Court, the Pit and Craige to encourage
a larger-than-normal turnout of graduate
students for the referendum."
GSCC Secretary Jim Becker said after
Thursday night's meeting, the
organization has had participation in its
deliberations from 26 graduate schools
and departments, representing 85 per
cent of the graduate student body.
The rough draft calls for a basic
legislative body to be made up of the
elected representatives from each
graduate department. From that body
will be elected a smaller executive
council, with the president and vice
president of the council as members.
Amendments may be proposed by a
very fa:, very &xd basketball team, but
not many pecple know about them yet.
i g-uess their low ranking pats then in
the same situation Jacksonv-J'e was in last
season. I know they fully deserve to be ia
the To? 20.
"Since our bigrest problem this year is
rebounding, Creighton ul definitely be
our biggest early -season test.
So a lot depends on 6-10 center Lee
Dednoa, the much-maligned senior who
sometimes responds spectacularly to big
contributed to "public dissatisfaction."
Fuller, a black nationalist, was
appointed as lecturer in the School of
Social Work in the spring of 1968 but
resigned after a controversy with the
University and Board of Trustees.
Lee was offered a job with the School
in fall, 1969 but withdrew his name after
encountering opposition from trustees.
Anderson, contacted at his home
Friday, would not comment on his
Sitterson said Friday, "I brought him
here in 1965. I think he has made
significant improvement in the School
and I am pleased with the leadership he
"He told me that he enjoyed the work
in the academic side of the profession,
but he felt his best contribution to his
profession would be as a practicing
professional," said Sitterson, who learned
of the resignation Tuesday.
"What we will have to do," Sitterson
explained, "is to find r a possible
temporaryrepTacemenf for spring as soon
A permanent successor to Anderson,
he said, would take a long time and
involve extensive consultation with
students and faculty of the School plus
Morrow said about the resignation, "I
have no comment other" than I think
Anderson will do an excellent job in his
Students and faculty in the School are
planning to meet with Sitterson next
week to "discuss the criteria for a new
Dean," according to Mrs. Betsy Aquila,
"The School has to have leadership at
this time," Mrs. Aquila said, "we are
planning to meet with Sitterson to show
our concern about the future of the
their Dec. 2 meeting that if the rent for
the meeting place was not payed by this
week action would be taken against them.
According to Blackburn, Student
Body Treasurer Guil Waddell refused to
issue the rent money until proof was
presented to him that control of the Di
Phi budget belonged to Student
"We just didn't see it that way,"
Blackburn said. "In 1963, the Di Phi
Society debated whether Student
Government should exist on campus.
"We decided it wasn't worth it and
started making them pay rent on the
Chambers," he added.
Legislators were not in the Christmas
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two-thirds vote of the representative
council, by a resolution passed by 25 per
cent of the graduate student body. The
amendment would then be submitted to
the graduate student body for a
referendum. A majority vote would be;
necessary to enact the measure.
The draft calls for a Constitutional
Review Commission to be organized in
the spring of 1972 to make
recommendations for amendments, which
will then be automatically placed on the
ballot for a referendum. A majority voie-
of the graduate student body would be
necessary to approve the amendment.
"This is by no means the final draft."
Harder said. "If some item in the
document is opposed at the hearings, the
drafting committee will certainly lake
that into consideration in preparing the
ha::erges. An example i Dedmoa
2pcint petformane aci;ns? Honda
State's Dave Cower. last December;
Cowens is now the N"3As bes: rookie.
Dedmon shoed improve men I ?n !at
week's 101-72 vKtory over WUIm Jl
Mary, sonng 17 point and cettirs nine
re bounds. None of the Indian, however,
could approach Baptiste" level or ex en
'ltj. wrong to look at this pme as a
duel Itetween Dedmon and Bapmte.
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Workmen from the University Service Plant put the lights on the Lhnstmas tree
for today's Christmas festival with an assist from two "cherry pickers" and several
members of Beta Theta Phi fraternity. The tree is standing on the lawn of the
University Methodist Church. (Staff Photo by John Cellman)
spirit either when they found themselves
in search of another place to meet.
Eventually, the Greenlaw building was
The issue should be decided at a Di Phi
meeting Tuesday night when a decision
on allowing Legislature to convene in the
usual meeting place will be voted upon.
Settled in temporary quarters,
Legislature turned to the lengthy task of
selecting committee members and
chairmen under the new cumulative
voting system provided for in the new
by-laws. The by-laws were voted in at the
Dec. 2 meeting.
According to the new by-laws, each
legislator may cast one vote for each
member to be elected to the Finance,
Judicial, Rules or Ways and Means
Committee or they may "cumulate" their
votes for one candidate.
Most legislators chose to cumulate
their seven votes for one person
nominated for each seven-member
The new method of selecting
committee members proved to be a
difficult procedure as several members of
the body chose to change their ballots at
the end of the roll call vote.
When the committee members were
chosen, the chairmen were elected on a
one vote per legislator basis. The
committees and chairmen to serve for the
remainder of the 50th Assembly are:
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In 'eery aspect of the pa me. the
Bluejays are far superior to Carolina
first two ict in:. 'The pood shot selection
and unselfishness that I'NC has d; played
in Victories over tat Tennessee and
William V Mary will b a necessity
fonkht if the Tar Heel expect to enter
the Virginia game undefeated.
-Finance Committee: Robert Grady
(chairman), Steve Ayers, Mike Padrick,
Jim Bowman, Cathy Roth, Marilyn Brock
and Keith Weatherly.
-Judicial Committee: Judi Friedman
(chairman), Tom Pace, Nelson Drew, Ray
Moretz, Jimmy Geddie and Rich
-Rules Committee: Gerry Cohen
(chairman), Brad Banta, Alan Nagle,
Charles Gilliam, Ann Cooper, Norman
Black and Philip Williams.
Ways and Means Committee: Jim
Parker (chairman), Neal Snyder, Fred
Erie-Houk, Tom Currin, David Gephart,
Tim Tyler and Susan Case.
In other SL business:
-Legislator Ron Lippincott
introduced a bill calling for a
constitutional referendum on a Graduate
Student Coordinating Committee
proposal. The bill which would create
separate student government for graduate
students will be sent to committee for
-The Judicial Committee reported out
the Judicial Reforms Bill. A motion was
made to delay action on the bill until
next Thursday's session when the bill will
be considered in its entirety.
-A bill to apportion about SI 00 to
the Yackety Yack for postage used in the
mailing of last year's yearbook passed on ;
being named AP
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