New dormitory unlikely
despite room shortage
Thursday August 25, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel A7
By AMY McRARY
With students crowding residence hall
rooms and apartment waiting lists,
alternatives are left for those seeking a place
to live in Chapel Hill.
Building a new dormitory is not the
answer to the crowding problem on campus,
according to Director of Housing James D.
Condie and Peggy Gibbs, his assistant.
"Building a new dormitory would be hard
to justify as long as we have spaces available
in the spring," Gibbs said. And to Condie,
building a dorm that would take four to five
years to complete is no answer to today's
Condie said the cost of a new dorm is one
factor, to consider. According to a state
regulation, the University would have to
build the dorm without state funds, he said.
"And if we built a dorm housing 1000
students, which is the capacity of Morrison
and H inton James, it would cost $6 million.
The only way we could pay for this would be
to raise the rent on the student's dormitory
"If the University should build any other
housing, I personally believe that it should
be apartments. But building apartments
would cost more than building conventional
Condie said he believes off-campus
housing is a quicker way to solve the need for
a place to live in Chapel Hill.
But Sandi Sellers, off-campus housing
coordinator for the housing department,
said that for the 25 people a day who come to
her seeking a place to live off-campus.
"Housing is really tight right now and very
"If a person keeps looking and keeps
looking, he might find a place to live, but it
will take a while." she said.
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November before those on the list get an
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"One guy looked up at me and said 1 was
trying to drown him," said
faculty lifeguard Paula Dobbins, "but
only five of the 257 so far today haven't
Dobbins was referring to the
swimming test required of all UNC
students for graduation. The test has
been an annual chore lor freshmen for
nearly lour decades,
Monday was the first day ol testing at
Bowman Gray Indoor Pool, but
Marybell Avery, director of aquatics,
said it was an uneventful one.
"In the first four hours, we've only
had to pull five out." Avery said. "As
usual, the hardest part is the floating
around lor five minutes."
Several students who passed the test
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"This is so stupid." another freshman
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But the experience was not so simple
for all. One coed treaded water
frantically near the pool's edge and
jumped out immediately once the time
expired. "Whooo." she gasped, "that
was a long five minutes."
Students who try to graduate without
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student's test results instead ol one as
Beginning this fall each freshman's
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Previously, the result was kept only
by the student's physical education
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had not passed would forget about the
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