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"They're asking Mike O'Koren or the
school to take affirmative action and to
have the bumper sticker removed, and
they have no legal basis for making them
do this," Diet, said.
Tannen said the UNC group has
consulted several legal experts who have
said there are serious doubts about
whether the NCAA could enforce the rule
The UNC students do not have any
plans to press a lawsuit because of the
expense involved, the members said.
If a case involving UNC were taken to
court, the University would be
represented by the state attorney
general's office. Deputy Atty. ' Gen.
Andrew Vanore could not be reached for
comment on the possible legal procedures
which might be used if such a case
Berst insists that the NCAA players
have control over any use of their names
or pictures which appear in commercially
manufactured and sold items such as
posters and bumper stickers.
Opponents say that athletes are public
figures who are -so. well known that
pictures and photographs of them are
part of the public domain.
But regardless of the legal questions
surrounding this rule, the NCAA has
considerable clout in enforcing it.
If a member school balks at the rule,
the NCAA can simply say that the NCAA
is a voluntary organization, and if the
school does not want to abide by NCAA
rules, it can leave the organization.
Leaving would be impractical, however,
because the NCAA dominates collegiate
This NCAA rule is not without
opponents within the member schools.
One athletic department official, who
asked not to be named, said there has
been some discussion at several NCAA
schools about the possibility of
modifying the rule at the next meeting of
the NCAA Council, which interprets the
rules of the NCAA.
Psychiatrist and theoloeian Ruth T
Barnhouse will speak at 8 p.m. today in
Hamilton Hall as part of a Women Studies
series entitled The Family: Past, Present
Barnhouses has been a guest speaker at
churches, universities and seminaries on
such topics as "Marriage and Divorce," "The
Family,' "Sexuality" and "Women and the
Church." She is also a frequent participant in
workshops and TV panels on the topic of
psychiatry and religion.
Barnhouse was the first woman and
layperson to be named as a Fellow of the
College of Preachers. She is presently a staff
speaks bnf am ily
psychiatrist at McLean Hospital and a
clinical assistant in psychiatry at Harvard
She has written for a variety of journals
dealing with sexuality and Christianity and
has published two books. The books, which
deal with human sexuality and society today,
are entitled "Homosexuality: A Symbolic
Confusion" and "Male and Female:
Christian Approaches to Sexuality."
The fourth speaker in "The Family: Past,
Present and Future" series will be
anthropologist Margaret Mead. Mead will
speak at 8 p.m. April 12 in Memorial Hall.
Hager speaks on multinationals
By BERME RANSBOTTOM
Multinational corporations can play a
productive role in developing countries, but the
corporations must be regulated, corporate lawyer
Barry Hager said Monday in an International
Affairs Colloquium speech.
Hager stressed the need for hard factual
knowledge about international investment.
Society of Janus inducts new members
Forty-two persons were initiated into the
Society of Janus in a ceremony early this morning
at the Forest Theatre.
Each year the society recognizes students,
faculty members, University officials and other
members of the UNC community who have made
outstanding contributions to the improvement of
The students inducted are Kathy Theresa Allen,
Janis Louise Bailey. Janet May Barnes. Gary
Clemmons, Carole Suzanne Conrad, Lewis Bragg
Cox, Jane Douglas Darter, Frances Kathleen
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A spokesperson for the employees said a major
complaint of the group was related to
management's treatment of accidents.
The spokesperson maintained that even though
a bus driver involved in an accident may not be
charged by the police, the Transportation
Department still may decide it was preventable,
and action against the driver may ensue.
Bartosiewicz confirmed that preventable
accidents are registered on the driver's record. He
said that the driver may appeal the decision if he
Bartosiewicz said that he had not seen the letter,
which predicted that worker morale and quality of
town service will suffer if the layoff policy is not
Frazier, Charles Johnson Fulp, Cynthia Leith
Hackler, Patricia L .ynne Hart, Charlotte Marie
Hawkins. Gary Steven Johnson, Charles Walton
Kirby. Frances P. Kirby. Charles Maxwell
Kummell, Walter Ray l.asley, Richard Alexander
Liebman, William Thomas Long. Nicholas Long,
Linda Louise Love. David Algon Neal, Debra Lee
Ogle, George Martin Poole, John Roland Pyron,
Marcia Ann Quate. Russell Andrew Rowe,
Theresa Ann Sakiewicz. Timothy Gray Saunders,
Russell Craig Simpson, Barbara Dawn Stroud,
Theresa Nell Smith. Frances Lena White and
Donald Edgar Whitworth.
Honorary initiates are Donald A. Boulton,
Douglas Marshall Brown, James D. Condie,
Thomas H. Griffin. Mark John Mouldenhauer,
Sherry M. Nesmith, Melinda M. O'Brien and
Officer Edward Scott.
"There's a lot of talk about multinational
corporations, but there is. very little empirical
knowledge lying about.
. "Lack of adequate information about
multinational corporations is one of the critical
shortcomings in the area."
Because of this shortage of research data, Hager
said, it is difficult to accurately assess the relative
benefits and drawbacks experienced by an
underdeveloped country as the result of allowing
international investment within its borders.
The main ways in which multinational
corporations benefit underdeveloped countries
are by employing and training citizens of the
country, generating foreign exchange,
undertaking construction projects for which the
underdeveloped country lacks the technology and
generating tax revenue for the government of the
underdeveloped country. Hager said.
Without regulatory aid from such agencies as
the. Internal Revenue Service and the
Environmental Protection Agency, however,
Hager said, underdeveloped countries will have a
difficult time making sure that they are collecting
all the taxes multinational corporations owe them
and that these corporations are providing the
proper environmental safeguards.
Hager is a graduate of UNC and Harvard Law
School and has been a Washington correspondent
for Time magazine and a freelance writer for the
THE CHANCELLOR'S COMMITTEE
ON ESTABLISHED LECTURES
of the University of North Carolina
cordially invites. you to attend
THE HONORABLE J U ANITA
Secretary of Commerce
Wednesday, April 6, 1977 - 8:00 p.m
TOPIC: "PRIVATE RIGHTS AND
A public reception in the Old Well Room, Carolina Inn,
' will follow Secretary Kreps' lecture.
The Student Council for Exceptional
Children of UNC will sponsor FUN
DAY on Saturday, April 30th, from
1 0 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This day will consist of pairing college student volunteers with han
dicapped and non-handicapped children for a day of fun, games, lunch,
and entertainment of the Father-Son Picnic variety.
It is our hope that this day provides students with genuinely reliable
information about children, information that will be needed in order to
make future decisions concerning children and handicapped children
It would also be a time to provide children of this area with a special
day of fun and college student volunteers could effectively model the
acceptance of others with different needs.
If you or your organization has an interest, drop by Room 010
Peabody Hall on Tuesday, April 5th anytime between the hours of 2
p.m. and 8 p.m.
If you are unable to come by drop your name, address, and phone
number in campus mail addressed to:
FUN DAY - SCEC '
Dept. of Special Education
or call Tim Rogers at 933-3279.
FUN DAY - Fun for all, and more.
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Now tot the school year is coming to an end,
Amtrak has a great way to begin your summer. With
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From now until May 15, you can buy a 14-day
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30-day PASS for $275. And if you buy a PASS as
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You go by coach as far as you like, for as long as
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See the country like you've never seen it before
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Come Visit Us!
The 9 sororities
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Now the Porthole's famous Garden Salad is available with baby
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Moving Sale: BW TV. Heathkit receiver. . Dual
turntable, Marantz speakers, king-size bed, walnut
double bed. executive desk, small desk, wooden bar,
chairs, file cabinets, bookcases, plants, MORE! Call
929-2995 after 6:30 p.m.
TENNIS RACQUETS FOR SALE: Davis Classic II. 4Vi L.
18. Spaulding Smasher, 4V M, $16. Both strung,
excellent condition. Call Tom Bever, office 549-8167
(local), home 942-2155.
For sale: Yamaha classical guitar, nylon strings.
Perfect for the beginner or as a second guitar.
Excellent condition. Must see. $50. Call 933-8814.
MARLBOROUGH STEREO COOPERATIVE HUGE
DISCOUNTS on all brands of stereo equipment, even
the "no-discount" lines. We really care about your
system, and NO ONE beats our prices. Write for
quote we can help. MSC Box 776, Lenox, Mass.
Mother's day special. Up to 30 off. Exquisite leather
handbags, silk scarfs, brass jewelry from India. Call
Handicraft House after 5 p.m. and weekends 933
8474. 1974 Honda XU25"6"for"saie. 6200 miles. Good
condition. Best offer over $450. Includes helmet and
trailer. Call 933-8791 Monday and Tuesday between 5
74 VW for sale, excellent condition. Reasonable price.
Day: 933-6981, Night: 489-2746. Ask for Steve.
ABS-ROYALEX CANOE SALEI PERCEPTION,
MOHAWK, INDIAN, 16' x 17' wood, aluminum, vinyl
gunnala. $375. Order now for April Delivery. Get your
Whitewater canoe now! Call Howard at RIVER
RUNNER'S EMPORIUM. 383-2106, 3160 Hillsboro,
TENNIS INSTRUCTORS, head pro, assistant pro Si
camp positions located in eight states; good playing
and teaching background; good income, interesting
work. (301) 654-3770. Robert Reade. W.T.S.
Summer Jobs. Forest Service.' How. where, when to
apply. 140 National Forests: Complete information
$3.00. Mission Mountain Co., Box 727. Poison, Mont.
Cash for your unwanted rock, jazz albums and 45's.
Also. sell, trade. PRESTWICK MUSIC. 1 05 N. Columbia
St. (above Big W ally's). Monday-Friday 10-5. 929
7205. 'BIRTH CHOICE Prolife PrencyoselingriJi
3030. Monday through Friday 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Cheap Group Flight to Europe after graduation. Ticket
valid for one year. Book early. Space is limited! Call
929-7283 for further information and reservations.
WRITE FOR FILMS AND TV. Experienced
professionels with valuable industry contacts offer
editorial and marketing aid. DO NOT sand
manuscripts. WRITE: SCREEN WRITERS SERVICE.
2064 APS. Santa Barbara, Ca. 93103.
TV is out of control. VIDEOSMASH will help
demythologize your set. Send for brochure co DTH.
Carolina Union UNC. Chapel Hill. A free service.
YOU ARE ONE OF THE MANY THOUSANDS OF
STUDENTS WHO ARE READING THIS AD TODAY!
DTH CLASSIFIED ADS MAKE SELLING OR RENTING
AN EASY TASK.
Spring semi-formal: April 16 at 9 p.m. Place: Great
Hall. Band: Great American Pastimes. Tickets on sale
at Union desk. Price: $3 per person.
OREGON. I'm driving to Oregon after graduation,
going slow and doing some hiking on the way. Trying
to find traveling companion with similar interests. Don
QUEEN: Made Fool of myself again, this time bigger
than ever. "Hope" you forgive me. Call if you still want
to talk Your worshiping pawn.
N.V.C. ride desperately needed over Easter. Must leave
Thursday, April 7 and return the 8th or 9th. Will share
INSTA-COPY, offset printing & quick copying while
you wait. 100 satisfaction guaranteed. Check our
fast service and low price on these work. INSTA
COPY, corner of Franklin 8i Columbia (over the Zoom).
SUFI SEMINAR: Dances. Walks, Meditations,
Concentrations. Tuesday April 5. Camp New Hope
Lodge, 7-1 1 p.m. $4 per person. For more info call 286
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Becker's Electronic Repair: CB, Stereo Tape. FCC1
licensed. Quality workmanship. See our selection
of telephones and accessories. Choice of eleven
beautiful colors. 108 Henderson St. Above the
Record Bar. 942-7959.
For rent: 2 rooms in 4 bedroom furnished house
approx. V2 miles from campus on bus route. Option to
take over lease on entire house May 16. Call Mark at
967-7608 after 6 p.m.
Want an AIR-CONDITIONED apartment with
SWIMMING POOL for the summer? 2-bedroom
apartment with carpeted den, living room and kitchen
available May 1 5. Plenty of free parking and a couple of
miles from campus. Call 933-2555 933-2556. '
Want an air conditioned room for the summer? Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority. 227 E. Rosemary Street, has
single and double rooms available for both sessione,
kitchen privileges are included. Call 968-9398.
LOST: SOLID WHITE KITTEN. 6 months old. Female. Lost
near Bim Street in Cerrboro. 967-8401. Reward.
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