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Volume No. 84, Issue No. J&-?y
by Merton Vance
When Jimmy Carter promised to
bring some new faces to Washington,
the Apple Chill Cloggers didn't know
they would be included.
But the local folk dance group has
been invited to Washington to take part
in the celebrations following Jimmy
The group will perform Friday, Jan.
21, in the national visitor's center in
Washington. Ivan Mann, a computer
analyst who plays the banjo for the
group, said the cloggers will conduct an
audience participation dance in which
visitors will be invited to join in with the
The group members are not yet sure
how many cloggers will be making the
trip; they say money is their biggest
"It all came up so suddenly over
Christmas that we haven't had time to
have any fund raising events," said
Susan Grambling, a member of the
We're trying to round up money, and
. we're relying on contributions because
we are low funds," Grambling said.
Anyone interested in making a
donation to the group may writgjo the
Apple Chill Cloggers, Box 23, Carolina
Union. Mann said contributions to the
dance group are tax deductible.
Anyone interested in clogging but
unable to go to Washington can attend
regular Tuesday night classes taught by
the Apple Chill Cloggers. The time and
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SCA U set to start counseling for students who
by Jeff Cohen
The Student Consumer Action Union
(SCAU) will begin a counseling service
Friday as the first stage of a new three-part
program for students applying for in-state
In addition to the counseling service,
SCAU will publish a pamphlet and sponsor
various lectures concentrating on general
residency information, according to SCAU
Chairperson Brad Lamb.
"We are setting up a program to help both
in-state and out-of-state students with
regard to their residency classification,'
Lamb said. .
Presently, a student may only be granted
in-state residency on the basis of a four-page,
We want to counsel students with regard
to filling out the application," Lamb said.
"Our counselors are people who have been
through the residency procedure, including
Two law students."
Lamb said the counseling service will also
use the experiences of other students. "We
want to set up a place for people who want to
share their information on attempting to
establish in-state residency," he said.
"In-state students can get caught in this as
well as out-of-state students," he added.
"When a student's parents move out-of-state,
the student must declare his
independence from his parents and apply for
According to Fred Stevens, assistant
director of undergraduate admissions, a
student must have lived in North Carolina
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Chapel Hill's own Apple Chill Cloggers
practice in preparation for their trip to
Washington for inaugural festivities.
doggers' inaugural trip
place of the clogging classes are listed
each week in the Union.
Over the past two years since the
group was organized, it has gained
popularity and become a familiar group
at dance festivals. The cloggers also
have demonstrated their dancing on
television and in half-time shows at
Carolina basketball games.
Salary increase sought in faculty petition
by Laura Seism
Staff Writer '.
A petition supporting a minimum 20 per cent salary increase for
the 1977-1979 biennium is now circulating among faculty members
The petition, an outgrowth of one circulated by a group of 12
political science professors in November, states that a 10 per cent
salary increase in each year of the coming biennium is the minimum
required to maintain the University's academic excellence.
A copy of the petition, complete with names and titles of signers,
will be sent to Gov. James B. Hunt and members of the legislature
later this month. Deadline for signing the petition is Jan. 18.
Five professors from four departments drafted the petition, which
was distributed to all faculty members last week.
The petition circulated by the political science professors in
November cited faculty discontent with salaries, fringe benefits and
University support for faculty research.
The new petition concentrates on the salary issue because the
legislature must approve the increase when it convenes, according to
Enrique Baloyra, an associate political science professor and one of
the drafters of the petition.
The UNC Board of Governors recommended only a 10 per cent
salary increase in each year of the biennium. Gov. James B. Hunt has
recommended a 6.5 per cent increase for each year.
"We are distressed by this (Hunt's recommendation)," Baloyra
said. "We have been loyal soldiers up to now. We have not
for 12 consecutive months and intend to
remain in the state following graduation to
be eligible for in-state residency status.
Stevens said other factors used to
determine residency status include where a
student pays taxes, receives his driver's
license and registers his car.
However, Stevens, citing the state manual
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Although the trip's expense poses a
problem, the group is excited about its
They are not newcomers to major
dancing demonstrations, but the
cloggers seem eager to make the trip to
They are also awaiting another trip
the weekend after the inauguration.
They have been invited to the Chicago
Folk Festival, one of the biggest folk
festivals in the country.
per cent plus $300 for
increase was 6 per
given to each school in the consolidated
university system to determine in-state
residency guidelines, said that intent is one of
the major factors.
"There is no clearly established path
except by being a resident in North Carolina
for 12 consecutive months and by intending
to be a resident in the state in the definite
future," Stevens said.
Should a student's application be denied,
he may then make two appeals. Following
the appeals, the student may take the
University to court.
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prohibition went into effect Dec. 19.
by Toni Gilbert
and Karen Millers
Potential candidates for this year's UNC
campus elections are now circulating
petitions which they must submit to the
Campus Elections Board before their names
can be placed on the ballot.
Elections will be Feb. 9, and, if necessary,
run-offs will be Feb. 16.
Petitions are available in Suite C of the
Carolina Union and must be returned no
later than 9 p.m. Jan. 28. Candidates for
Student Body President and Daily Tar Heel
editor must each obtain at least 500
signatures to secure a place on the ballot.
Students may sign only one petition for each
" Traditionallythe races for Student Body
President and Daily Tar Heel editor have
drawn the most contenders and sparked the
most interest among students. Candidates
for these offices will be making official
announcements in the next two weeks.
Prospective candidates already are
developing campaign strategies nd
platforms. For the office of Student Body
President, the field of probably candidates
includes Tal Lassiter, a junior from
Washington, N.C.; Gary Mason, a junior
from Rocky Mount; Mark Miller, a junior
from Fayetteville; and Bill Moss, a junior
Probably conadidates for editor of. the
Daily Tar Heel include Sam Fulwood, a
junior journalism major from Charlotte;
Greg Porter, a junior journalism and English
major from Durham; and Mike York, a
second-year law student from High Point.
complained, and we have not raised our voices. But we want to make
the Board of Governors and the Board of Trustees and the public at
large aware of our situation."
Baloyra said salary increases here have lagged behind the national
average for the past four years. During the 1975-77 biennium, UNC
faculty received salary increases of .9 per cent for the first year and 4
the second year. Nationally, the average salary
cent each year.
Nationally ranked departments "can't be maintained when people
leave to go to other places to get better salaries," Baloyra said. "You
can't maintain standards of excellence with a subpar faculty."
The petition notes that because of inflation, faculty members'
salaries last year were 13.4 per cent Jess in terms of real purchasing
power than they were, in 1972-1973.
According to a study by the local American Association of
University Professors (AAUP) cited in the petition, a salary increase
of 3 1 per cent for the biennium would be necessary to catch up with
salaries four years ago. The AAUP recommended a 34 per cnet
increase for the coming biennium.
Faculty Chairperson E. Maynard Adams will present a resolution
to the Faculty Council Jan.21 supporting the 20 per cent salary
increase recommended by the Board of Governors for the coming
Adams said, however, that the 20 per cent increase would only
partly recoup the loss of real income the faculty have suffered in
Baloyra said he expects support for the salary increase petition to
be greater than that for the earlier petition, which was signed by 127
faculty members, most of them tenured.
Lamb said the counseling service will
prepare students for the appeal hearings.
"We are going to help students learn how
to argue intent," Lamb said.
"Arguing intent varies from
undergraduate to graduate as well as from
department to department," he said.
For example, Lamb said that it is very
difficult for a medical student to argue
intent, as it is common knowledge that most
doctors leave the state. Lamb said medical
students applying for in-state residency
should be open to living in North Carolina
by Elliott Potter
According to Chapel Kill Police
Chief Sidney Hilliard, there have
been no violations of an ordinance
prohibiting parking between the
driveway entrance to Hinton James
dormitory and the 15-501 by-pass
since it was enacted Dec. 19.
"We have had full compliance,"
Hilliard said. "I don't know where
those 100 cars are, but apparently,
those people found some place to
Hilliard said the police
department will only ticket violators
the First week students return to
classes. He said illegally parked cars
will be towed from the area after this-
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The elections this year will be two weeks
earlier than in the past. Miller said the new
date will be helpful for both campaign
workers and student interest in the
"It's good because it's taking place before
people have settled into their academics," he
said. He also said the added time after the
election will give the new administration
better opportunity to work with the
outgoing administration, resulting in a
Mason predicted a lively campaign with
increased student interest. Rather than an
issues-oriented battle, he said the campaign
Cabinet post for Kreps
Family changes little
by Chuck Alston
Juanita Kreps, whose confirmation as
Secretary of Commerce is virtually
assured, must leave much of her past
behind when she leaves Durham for
Washington; but her husband and son
do not foresee a total change in their
Her husband, Clifton H. Kreps, is
Wachovia professor of banking and
professor of economics at UNC. He is
on leave of absence this year and plans
to return in the fall.
According to Kreps' husband, there
was a great deal of attention placed on
.the Kreps family even before President
elect Carter announced his choice for
Secretary of Commerce. The publicity
hasn't intruded on the family too
much," he added.
"Mrs. Kreps was away a great deal
prior to her appointment serving on
boards and other things," he said. "We
rarely see much of each other except on
Their son, Clifton, is a senior at UNC.
"I don't think it will affect me that
much," he said. "I'm pretty much
separated now, and her professional life
has always been outside my relationship
To assume her new duties as
Secretary of Commerce, Kreps will take
a leave of absence from her position as
vice president of Duke University and
resign " positions on ' nine corporate
boards. Kreps is a member of the board
of directors of J.C. Penney, R.J.
Reynolds, North Carolina National
Bank, Eastman Kodak and the New
York Stock Exchange, among others.
In moving to her new job, Kreps will
suffer a considerable loss of income. Her
1975 income of $106,895 will fall to
$63,000 when she assumes office.
seek in-state status
and should know of various job openings in
"We will counsel on an honest level,"
Lamb said. "If a student does not have a'
chance to obtain in-state residency, we will
tell him so."
Lamb said that the SCAU wanted to see
patterns develop in the residency' system.
"We'd like to see consistencies develop where
all of one type of case are granted in-state
residency while all of another are not," he
Stevens added that when a student appeals
The Chapel Hill Board of
Aldermen passed the ordinance Oct.
25 after Town Manager Kurt Jenne
told the board he had received
several complaints and a petition
calling for some action to prohibit
parking on Manning Drive.
Alderman Gerry Cohen told the
board at the Oct. 25 meeting that he
had received complaints from
residents of the King's Mill Road
area who said they were unable to
ride bicycles to class and walk safely
to campus because of the cars that
lined both sides of the road.
The enactment of the ordinance
was delayed until Dec. 19 to give
drivers the entire Christmas break to
find alternative parking
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would be a battle of personalities.
"It is my intention to make this the most
controversial and exciting campaign in the
school's history," he added.
Moss also predicted a higher-than-normal
level of interest in the elections due to a
planned media blitz by campus
organizations and to the prevailing attitude
"The campus is in a very serious mood,"
Moss said. He added that the race for
student body president will be a dogfight and
will draw student interest.
Lassiter could not be reached for
Her husband plans to remain at UNC
and says he and his wife will get together
on weekends in Washington or
"We are trading our apartment in
New York for one in Washington,"
Kreps' husband said. "But we haven't
acquired one yet."
Kreps, the student, said his mother is
enthusiastic about the appointment.
"She is. very impressed with Jimmy
Carter, his mind and his education," he
Appearing Monday before the Senate
Commerce Committee, Kreps said she
plans to give special attention to two
items: local public works funds and
measures to protect ocean waters off the
As Secretary of Commerce she said
she plans to listen to consumers and
his decision, different people handle the case,
and it is treated as a new one.
"The system is designed to make it
somewhat difficult, and, although the system
is complicated, I think the students with
legitimate cases are treated fairly," Stevens
Lamb said that any interested students can
drop by the SCAU office in Suite B of the
Carolina Union between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
The SCAU will be distributing its
pamphlet next week.
Assistant Town Manager Eugene
Shipman said Tuesday the town has
made strong efforts to insure that
parkers in the area are aware the
area would be posted after Dec. 19.
In addition to posting warning signs,
Shipman said officers on two
occasions left personal notes on the
windshields of parked vehicles.
He said, "The town also advised
the University administration prior
to and at the time of the enactment
of the ordinance."
"The town manager's office has
received no feedback on the posting
of the area to my knowledge,
Shipman said. Police Chief Hilliard
also said his office has received no
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