The DeHy Tcr Htt!
by Jim Roberts
An appropriation of $535 for the Carolina
Gay Association (CGA) was approved by
the Campus Governing Council (CGC)
Tuesday night. The money will come from
the CGC unappropriated balance.
No money from the appropriation can be
spent by CGA until it finally re-approves its
bylaws. CGC approved the bylaws Tuesday
but the bylaws stipulate that they must be
passed again by CGA.
Although he did not openly debate the
appropriation, CGC member Robert
Esteeck voted against it. I didn't think that
funds drawn from the entire student body
should go to an organization that doesn't
allow practical membership to all students.
"""I know that membership is open to all
students, but in fact practical membership is
very limited," he said.
CGC engaged Tn very little debate on the
subject of funding for the association. CGC
member Ben Steelman attributed the lack of
debate to good strategy on behalf of the
; CGA. He said the group's conservative
demands for funding made CGC approval
"They knew exactly how much they could
get and they asked exactly for that,"
Steelman said if the budget requests by
CGA were much higher he would have
objected. "Student Government has a total
, pie of about $250,000. If we keep dividing the
pie into operating funds for consciousness-
raising groups we will have very little left
. over for new programs for the entire student
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. Business Mgr.j
Thursday, October 24, 1S74
Supporting the proposed bylaws of CGA,
Student Body President Marcus Williams
said, "I think that this organization, like
other campus organizations, fills a need of a
part of our student body and it should be
In other action, CGC appropriated $5,800
for the Carolina Fine Arts Festival to be held
from Feb. 2 to Feb. 11.
CGC member John Sawyer introduced a '
bill to amend the Student Body Constitution
to include rules for Graduate and
Professional Student Federation elections.
These rules are necessary. Sawyer said,
because there are no fixed guidelines for
electing federation senators and no set term
CGC tabled the bill, however, since
Sawyer had not presented his demands to the
federation as a whole, and because, some
CGC members felt that it was not up to CGC
to become involved in federation business.
CGC also heard from Student Health
Service Intern Martha Diefendorf who
worked during the summer evaluating the
Student Health Service and making
suggestions for the service's new building.
Diefendorf recommended that the health
service improve relations with groups on
campus in order to make health care to
students more comprehensive.
She also suggested that the Administrative
Board of the service expand activities and
report to CGC once a month as well as
maintaining a file in the Student
Government office for all health related
materials. Diefendorf will make a formal
report on her suggestions Friday.
Harry Simmons, former chairman of
the Carolina Union music committee and
now chairman of "Operation Input," was
mistakenly identified as Harry
Crimmons, this year's music chairman, in
a news story Tuesday. The DTH regrets
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First new bus due today
Dick Rohde, town transportation
operations supervisor and expectant father,
chatted excitedly in the transportation office
Wednesday not about his coming child,
but about a newborn bus.
The 1975 model 42-seater, expected to
arrive today, is the first of four town buses
fresh off the assembly line at the General
Motors Plant in Pontiac, Mich. As soon as
they are inspected, they are put on the road
for the 800-mile southern trek, Rohde said.
The first 42-seater left the plant Tuesday
morning, freshly painted . in tan, black,
copper and silver, the bus system's official
colors. The second one left Wednesday and
the other two will be leaving one at a time for
the two-day journey, Rohde said.
The first bus will be re-inspected on arrival
and should be ready for service by the early
part or middle of next week, Rohde said.
"We'd like to give everybody in the system a
chance to ride them once, then we'll give
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The 13 other buses included in the town's
order, all 25-seaters, are expected to be in
service by Christmas, Rohde said.
Nominations for the 1974 UNC
homecoming queen are now being accepted.
This year's homecoming game against the
University of Virginia will be held Nov. 2.
Entries for queen should be registered
with Tom Pritchard at 968-9147 or929-801
before 6 p.m. Sunday.
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Carolinas, where your personal chef
turns a night out Into an adventure
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Kankl Is located on the outside
lower level of Crabtree Valley Mall
We are open for lunch Monday
thru Saturday 11:30-2:30. Dinner is
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Any freshman or sophomore desiring information, or
Interested in Air Force ROTC Is cordially Irtviled to a seminar
11 a jn. today 101 Greenlaw. Please feel free to drop M
There will be a meeting of the Decorations and Display
Committee for the International Bazaar, 330 today YM
YWCA. All interested persons are invited.
Delta Sigma Pi professional business fraternity will hold a
regular business meeting 7 tonight, Old Carroll.
The Young Democrats Club will meet 8 tonight. South
Meeting Room. It is important that all members attend. Final
campaigning plans will be made.
Tickets for Playmaxers' production of "Every Night When
the Sun Goes Down" are available to season ticket holders.
General sales begin today. Tickets may be picked up at
Ledbetter-Pickard or 102 Graham Memorial. Performance
dates are Oct 31 -Nov. 3 and Nov. 7-10, 8 p-m-, Graham
Memorial Lounge Theatre.
ECOS will sponsor a discussion by Win field Best of the
Carolina Population Center on the implications for
environmental action of the Bucharest population
conference of this past summer, 730 tonight. World
Population Day, 215 Union. AH interested persona are
encouraged to attend.
Jay Levin defeated Walter Colton in a
run-off election for Residence Hall
Association (RHA) representative from the
Carr-Old East-Old West district 68-28.
RHA considered the 98 votes cast a good
turnout, with 44 per cent of the district's
residents voting. Only 36 per cent voted in
last week's regular election, in which Colton
held a slim two vote lead over Levin who
defeated the election's third candidate,
Nelson Higgins, also by two votes.
Only 26 residents from the Carr-Old East
Old West district voted in last month's RHA
presidential election won by Betsey Jones.
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Over 100 people are now participating in the Student
Consumer Atfion Union (SCAU) food cooperative and
saving from 20-30 per cent on produce, co-op chairman
Marie Jones said Wednesday.
The co-op now consists of 60 units, groups of people who
order food together. Each unit must pay a five dollar initial
membership fee and, each month, devote one and a half
hours to work for the co-op. ... . .
The co-op is also receiving natural food and cheeses bi
weekly now and has plans for further expansion. There is a
possibility of having meat in the near future, Jones said.
While the majority of members are students. Jones said
the co-op is open to everybody in the community.
: The co-op will hold a meeting at 7 tonight in Room 217 of
the Union. Anyone interested may attend.
UNC Computation Center Short Course: Introduction to
Using the Computer Terminals Located m Hlnton James. I
tonight, computer terminal room, James.
The Biology Curriculum's October film la The Living Tide"
and wRI be shown 7:30-9 tonight, 1 06 Carroll Hall auditorium.
Admission is free and the public ia invited.
Be a part of art! Enjoy and support the North Carolina
Museum of Art through membership In the North Carotins
Art Society Slide Program, 3-5 tonight, 1 1S Ackland Museum.
There's a reception following in the museum. Bring a friend!
Student membership Is $S. For further Information call Kathft
The Union Coffeehouse win feature a music revue, "The
Nlcotones and the Natal Throes." 8-11 tonight They wMI also
perform a one-act play. The Boor," by Anton Chekhov.
Items of Interest
AN faculty and students are Invited to the home of Prof.
Herbert Bod man 53Q p.m. Friday for the Y Dinner
Discussion. Rides will leave the Y building between 5:15 and
530 p-m. Prof. Joseph Straley will introduce discussion on
living In world of limited Resources. Sign up sheet for
bringing food is in the Y.
Applications for the Bemadette Devlin dinner are at Union
desk. Deadline has been extended until 3 pjn. Friday.
A.L. Brown High School, Kannapolis, wBI hold a
homecoming celebration, Friday. AH alumni Invited to a
special tea in their honor, 10 ajn. to 2 p.m.
A notary pubuc will be In Suit C Union to validate
absentee ballots between 1230 and 230 pjn. this week.
Christmas House needs new and used (repairable) toys of
all kinds, and Infant and toddler clothing to size 6. Barrels for
toys are at Eastgate NCNB, Fowler's Food Store, Glenn
Jood School and Ephesus Road School. Pickup service also
available until the end of November, caR Mrs. Robert Ramsey,
The Instant Loan Service will not operate this week. All
loans due during that time are automatically extended to Oct.
All sophomores Interested In consideration tor admission
to the School of Nursing in the fall of 1S75 are required to
schedule an Interview with a member of the admissions
committee, 111 Carrtngton. Interviews will be held through
All students Interested in serving on the Residence Courts
should come by the Attorney General's office and sign up.