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Stufftd thowtr...Why would 18
mature young people cram themselves into a
shower designed for one?
It was fun with a purpose when the sixth
floor ol Hlnton James held a shower
stuffing contest Tuesday night as part of a
program to dramatize the water shortage.
Bulletin boards and signs in the suites also
are part of the program, according to James
One team crammed 17 students into the
shower; the winner stuffed 18 into it.
Safety rules restricted the contest slightly:
everyone in the shower had to have his feet
on the floor.
And if anyone really wanted to shower
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with a friend, he had to wait until later: no
water could be turned on during the contest.
Interfratemlty espionage? Spi Phi has
been meeting in Teague Dorm, but not to
discover secret rush plans of the Greeks on
The group consists of 1 5 to 20 men and 1 0
to 12 women who didn't feel that they were a
part of the fraternity system, explained Spi
Phi Core Group member John S. Austin.
The Spi Phi Core Group is the fraternity's
governing body and replaces the hierarchy of
the typical fraternity, Austin said.
The Spi Phi Core Group consists of
Wayne Ross, Roger Dean Carter, Daniel
Owen Shackelford, J. Haskell Fair and
The group is writing a charter, Austin
Perhaps the Greek system will have a new
member in the near future.
Great grades for
Greensburgers. . .Two Greensboro
residents have distinguished themselves and
Robert "Gus" Lehouck is president of
the UNC chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the
nation's highest scholastic honorary.
Allen Maness is vice president. Both
positions are awarded to the students at
UNC with the highest quality point averages.
They never plotted back in Greensboro to
take over Carolina's Phi Beta Kappa
chapter, said Maness, a graduate of Page
High School. "I'd never laid eyes on him
(Lehouck) before the ceremony."
But their lives have run along similar
channels since they arrived in Chapel Hill.
Lehouck, a graduate of Dudley High
School, is double majoring in political
science and psychology. So is Maness. Both
want to go to law school, if their law boards
are good enough.
"We're taking the test the sameday, if that
means anything," Lehouck said.
Thursday, September 15, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 3
Powell offers apology to Sen. Percy
WASHINGTON (UPI) - White House
press secretary J ody Powell Wednesday gave
Sen. Charles Percy the apology he
demanded, but told reporters the baseless,
descrediting news "tip" he circulated about
Percy was meant to be "just between you and
Meantime, the reporter who got Powell's
original Percy tip said the press secretary, in
private, had called the Illinois Republican
senator "a sanctimonious S.O.B."
Amid furious reaction from congressional
Republicans. Powell disclosed he had
telephoned his apology to Percy about the
news tip incident and confessed to President
Carter that his attempt to spread a rumor
about Percy was "inappropriate, regrettable
He acknowledged that he had telephoned
l.oye Miller, Washington bureauchief of the
Chicago Sun-Times, on Tuesday to suggest
Miller "check out" reports that Percy used
the aircraft and other facilities of a private
corporation and a bank without reimbursing
Percy is the ranking Republican of the
Senate Governmental Affairs Committee
that is investigating the financial affairs of
White House budget director Bert Lance. He
The Alchemist, UNC's interdisciplinary
science magaine, is having an
organizational meeting today at 8 p.m. in
Room 209 of the Carolina Union.
For further information call
Cooper at 967-7995.
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Stereo Review, October, 1976.
said Powell's allegations were without "a
shred of truth" and demanded an apology.
Mark Rudd arraigned
NEW YORK (UPI) Mark Rudd. the
ideological leader of the Weatherman
radical group, ended seven years of hiding
Wednesday by voluntarily surrendering to
face a variety of misdemeanor charges
growing out of student protests during the
Rudd. 30. turned himself in at the office of
Manhattan District Attorney Robert
Morgenthau shortly after 9:25 a.m..
accompanied by his attorney Cierald
He was arraigned later in Manhattan
Criminal Court on misdemeanor charges of
bail jumping, obstructing governmental
administration, criminal trespass, unlawful
assembly and criminal solicitation.
After expressing some doubts. Judge
Milton Williams released Rudd without bail
for a hearing scheduled Oct. 13. Rudd said
nothing throughout the hearing while both
prosecution and defense attorneys argued
for his release.
Assistant District Attorney Nancy Ryan
called his release "reasonable" risk while
1. efcourt assured the judge that Rudd
"the station is subject.
Article III, Section I of the h'CC
regulations states: "The Board shall have the
overall responsibility . for the financial
operations of the FM radio station and shall
also have final authority and responsibility
for programming policy and editorial
decisions of the station."
According to Hyman. this article makes it
impossible for one group to control
programming and editorial decisions and
another group to control the budget.
"Besides," Hyman said, "many of the
people on the Media Board don't have
enough background in radio or business to
know whether they should approve our
budget or not they just have no way of
knowing what we need.
"And as for being accountable to the
students, SEB would still have to get its
money from the CGC just like any other
More problems may be in store for the
fledgling SEB board than Media Board
wants to see the charges
WASHINGTON (UPI) - A leading
cancer specialist said Wednesday X-rays
offer the first real possibility of reducing the
death rate from breast cancer, but a
government researcher warned the radiation
risk might outweigh the benefits for some
The pros and cons of breast X-rays were
debated at the opening of a three-day
meeting sponsored by the National Institutes
of H ealt h to evaluate the benefits and risks of
the mammograms when used to search for
breast cancer in women without symptoms.
Dr. Benjamin Byrd, chairman of the
American Cancer Society task force on
breast cancer, said mammography is the first
significant modern advance in the early
detection of breast cancer, when doctors say
it can be treated most successfully.
But Dr. John Bailar, an epidemiologist
and editor of the Journal of the National
Cancer Institute, reiterated his view that
even though radiation doses have been
reduced considerably during the past two
years he believes radiation emitted during
the exams might cause some cancer later.
Continued from page 1
resistance to a complete split, according to
Kerry Holiday, Student Body President Bill
Moss's appointee to the Media Board,
WXYC engineer and a law student.
SEB was originally established as a
corporation two years ago, but no meeting
has been held since that time.
"If this board has not met in over two
years, it may not even be a corporation
anymore under law," Holiiday said, "and
then 'XYC's license isn't even valid.
Hyman, however, said this legal
technicality would not pose an
"We've sent out letters to the members of
the original board," Hyman said, "giving
them a list of the proposed board and asking
that they give us their approval to establish
it. So far, we have received almost enough
positive replies to establish the board. We
will have a majority approval in a very short
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