By ZAP BRUKCKNER and GRANT HAM ILL
Moped maniacs... Attention: Two
masked marauders have been seen roaring
around campus on a Moped after dark,
terrorizing and preying on innocent
pedestrians. If seen, hide in the nearest bush
before these deviants leave tire prints across
your arms and legs.
"We just ride around on our Moped and
knock people down," said Deathwheels
Jack, one of the marauders. "Obscenities are
thrown at our backs."
The fiendish marauders hole up in a
cramped; cluttered hideaway somewhere on
the fringes of North Campus. They sleep in
illegal lofts by day and take to their evil cycle
"We don't have a purpose. That's the
whole thing," Gonzo Oilpan said while
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grinding a beer can between his teen.
The Moped has a flat tire this week, so the
bizarre duo terrorizes another population
during the fall months.
"We steal acorns from squirrel nests."
When asked for a reason, Deathwheels
replied. "No comment."
"We almost ran into a pole on our first
attempt down behind Carroll Hall," Gonzo
The fiends may not be too deft on wheels
but beware: They say they're going for
ultimate Moped hits on Halloween.
ADPI dynasty . . . Alpha Delta Pi sorority
is establishing a tradition. Their beer
chugging team has won four contests in a
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The team began the winning streak last fall
at the Derby Day chugging competition.
This fall they won two more contests, the Phi
Delta and Derby Day competitions.
Kim Ford, Lynn MacCubbin, Debbie
Algranti and Karen Reynolds are the
ADPi chugging team.
"We didn't volunteer or anything."
MacCubbin said. "We just had a contest in
the house and we were the four winners."
Ever since then they have been
"volunteered" by their sisters for chugging
Ford. MacCubbin and Reynolds are from
Charlotte and went to South Mecklenburg
High School. With Algranti, who is from
Houston, Tex., they make up a team that has
won a cooler, a keg of beer and a big Pabst
Blue Ribbon clock.
Maybe there's something funny in
They're stuck on Carolina ... But these
UNC students are more interested in sticking
Carolina on people's cars. They operate a
bumper sticker company.
The company was started last year when
Jay Tanne, Robert Fentress, Van Vogel,
Dan Dietz and Keith Morgan made up the
"Tarheels' O'Koren - Dr. O.K." sticker,
which became the subject of a controversy
when the National Collegiate Athletic
Association ruled that a school cannot use
an individual player's name on a product.
The group makes up slogans and then has
the stickers printed by a Raleigh company,
And they're having no problems so far this
year. Their new sticker. "Honk if Yflu Love
Carolina - Moo If Ya'll Fum State." has
sold out at the UNC Student Stores, and
they will make a profit on the reorder,
Robert Fentress sid.
Thursday. October t. i977 The Daily Tar Heel 3
Survey shows 67 dislike bans
Public wants option on carcinogens
B I nited l'ri's Internalionul
WASHINGTON lwo out of three
Americans think they, not the government,
should decide whether saccharin or other
alleged cancer-causing substances should be
allowed on the market, an industry
sponsored survey said Wednesday.
The poll also said nearly half of those
surveyed still agree with the philosophy ol
the Delaney amendment the federal anti
cancer law under which saccharin was
banned and two-thirds feel they do not
have enough information to decide for
themselves on potential cancer risks.
The Cambridge Reports survey, paid for
by Union Carbide, which said it had nothing
to do with the way it was conducted or
"If regulatory agencies feel they have
enough data to support a ban, they ought to
be able to make that information available to
the public and let the public decide."
K.C. takes AL opener
NEW YORK Two-run homers by Hal
McRae and John Mayberry plus Fred
Patek's disputed two-run double carried the
Kansas City Royals to a 7-2 victory over the
New York Yankees in the first game of the
American l eague championship scries.
Canal answers wanted
WASHING ION I he acting head of
the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
warned Wednesday the Senate is not likely
to approve the Panama Canal treaties unless
it gets answers to troubling questions raised
in a leaked State Department cable.
Acting Chairperson Frank Church, D
Idaho. issued the warning aftei Sen. Robert
Dole. R-Kan.. cited the confidential,
potentially damaging document as proof
that Panama denies U.S. claims that the
treaties guarantee America defense and
'security rights in the waterway.
Dole charged Wednesday the State
Department has approached the Senate
Ethics Committee to see if action can be
taken against him for releasing the cable.
Mideast talks distant
UNITED NATION'S - There is still no
basis of agreement between Israel and the
Arabs tor resuming Middle East peace talks
in Geneva. U.S. officials said Wednesday.
Both Israel and the Arabs agree that the
Palestinians should take part in any renewed
peace talks in Geneva but there is still sharp
disagreement on who those Palestinians
should be, the officials said.
"We do not have an agreed basis forgoing
to Geneva." the U.S. officials said.
Doubt on gas prices
WASHINGTON The chairperson of a
special House energy committee said
W'ednesdav the House will not accept the
Senate's plan to deregulate natural gas
prices, but there isstill room for compromise
on the issue.
Rep. Thomas Ashley. D-Ohio.
chairperson of the House Ad Hoc Energy
Committee, said in an interview he hopes
House-Senate conferees can start work on
the issue nest week.
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Waiting for rain
Tuesday consumption 4.5.U million gallons
from University Lake 2.571 million gallons
from Durham 1.963 million gallons
Level of University Lake 63 inches below capacity
Oct. 4, 1976
Total consumption 4.623 million gallons
Level of University Lake 6 1 inches below capacity
governors who favored this svstem.
On Nov. 8. North Carolina voters will
decide whether to adopt the two-term
system, l ite Institute of Government report
gives some of the pros and cons that will
influence this decision.
People favoring the two-term system say
the voters should have the right to decide if
the governor should continue in office.
Proponents also say that effective
leadership cannot be provided in just a four
year term because the governor is hindered
in every phase of his administration,
including long-range planning, budget
control and influence as a national
Hie report says opponents ol the two-term
system believe nothing is wrong with the
present system. I hey say concern about re
election will constrain the governor's power
more than it will increase it.
I he repoit also savs opponent!) ol
succession are afraid that the system will
"upset our sy stem of checks and balances."
I hey fear that the governor would have too
much power, since he already "makes
hundreds of appointments" and "prepares
and administers the budget," the report says.
Henry W. 1 evvis, director of the Institute
ol Government, said he hoped that the
report "will contribute to an informed choice
when the people vote on Nov. 8."
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