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Tht Dapartjnenl el Statistics el UNC-CH will present
Professor Michaal L. Thornett from ih University of Weitsrti
Auiirilu In colloquium on "Modeli of Spatial Variation" it 4
p.m. In 334 Phillips Hall. Rfrnhmnn will be Mrved n 3:30 p.m.
in Sip PhilllpiH.il.
The Minority Caucus el the fonool el Public Health ki
ponsorlni a baki wit and raffle drawini from 1 1 a.m. to I p.m. in
the Pit Tht drawini will be held at 12:13 p.m.
The Undergraduate History Association will hold a mtetin
at 6:30 p m. at Harrssons, 149 E. Franklin St.
Tht North CeraHne ttudsnl legislature will hive a very
impotual mettmi at p.m. In Room J02, CaroHna Union. Enysnt
wHh a potiiblt bill topic ihould be prepared to present K. Alio, a
"There was no evidence produced that would
substantiate the accusations that the perpetrators
had planned to assult the BSM
congregation... There does exist circumstantial
evidence that would tend to indicate that the
incident was simply coincidental."
Williams submitted his report to Student
Affairs officials, who gave it to Floyd for
consideration of possible chargeable offenses.
"The police report was done for Student Affairs
and not my office," Floyd said. "We do our own
Floyd, as student attorney general, also
functions as a grand jury in deciding whether a
case merits prosecution.
A case of mistaken Intentions
However, the confessions and allegations
contained in the report could not be used as
evidence against the Avery residents because of a
misunderstanding between Student Affairs and
Before questioning the Avery residents,
Williams told them the information they gave
would not be used against them in prosecution,
that the report was for informational purposes
But one of the purpose of the investigation,
according to Schroeder'i letter, was to aid in
The investigation was initiated after a meeting
in late A pril among Schroeder, Wallace, W illiams,
Maj. E. B. Riggsbee of the University Police and
Ted Marvin, director of the Department of
"In the discussion, 1 don't think we got to the
point about how the information would be used,"
Marvin said last month. "I dont know why, but
my recollections are that we didn't."
The report, at the behest of Student Affairs,
included descriptions and conclusions of five
other incidents involving black and white students
during the 1976-77 academic year.
Williams said Sunday he believed his mission
was to compile information about all the incidents
to determine if they were related.
"They (those present at the meeting) wanted to
know if there was a basil for allegations of
conspiracy against the blacks," Williams said.
"The whole point of the discussion was to find out
what happened and if it was racially motivated."
Williams concluded in his report that the six
incidents were not connected.
Marvin, who is Williams' superior, said he also
believed Williams' mission was to gather
information. "Our intention was to understand
the situation and relate the matters to Student
Affairs," Marvin said. "1 don't think we spent a lot
of time at that meeting talking about chargeable
In his report, Williams does not cite any
chargeable offenses in his conclusions, despite the
cover letter by Schroeder stating that as one of the
vice-chiirnenon will be elected
The Carolina (Jay Aaaoclatlon ill hive a general meeting at 7
p m m Room 217. Carolina Union Society's reaction to public
affection will be diicuited.
Decatur Jonas will he perlormmg Irom noon to I p.m. in the
Pit. The program li iponsored by the Carolina Union.
If you are intereited in an internship or lummer job you are
invited to an orientation meeting for the Prt-caratr Experience
Program at 3:30 in 108 Hanei Hall. The program helpi students
who want ihort-term experience in a field of potential career
The Carolina bridge Club will hold a duplicate bridge
tournament at 7:30 p.m. in Room 204 of the Carolina Union. Coit
it 30 cent! for UNC itudenti and 7) centi for all others.
A elide and tape presentation on the history ol active non-
Continued from paqe 1
two purposes of the investigation.
"He (Williams) used the techniques necessary to
get a thorough report," Marvin said. "But to say
that information would not be used before a
tribunal is a shaky kind of information gathering.
"1 don't see any evidence contained in the report
as being admissible in this case. It was nothing
done intentionally; plain and simply it was a
But Schroeder disagrees with the University
Police concerning the intent of the report. "We
asked an investigation be undertaken to bring
them (the incidents involving black and white
students) to a halt and to investigate and see if
there were any chargeable offenses," Schroeder
said last month.
Report inadmissible as
Although the report contains confessions to
chargeable offenses, because of the circumstances
under which the statements were taken, they
cannot be used as evidence against the Avery
The Instrument of Student Judicial
Governance, in the section on initiating charges,
"Prior to any discussion of the alleged offense
between the accused and the Student Attorney
General or any U niversity official investigating the
matter, the accused shall be informed of his right
to refuse to give answers which might tend in any
way to prove him guilty of the charge. He shall be
informed that all statements may be used in
One of the Avery residents interviewed by
Williams said last month that he did not realize the
information he provided would be submitted to
the student attorney general.
"If that was the case nobody would have said '
anything," the resident said. If they take me to
court, I'll sue them for everything they've got."
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