Monday November 21, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 3
weMlasr Sase Freshman profile released to Faculty Council
Ot Uncertainty - Documenliry exploring the causes of
POiSy.i!l!! Vme,h Clbrai,h "'" At K p m ot.Chai.nel4.
FooroaN - The Green Bay Packera mecl ihe Redskins al
Wuhinpon. Al 9 p.m. on Channeta 3 and S.
itecqiiM Couitew - Calypso'i Sem h for ihr Rriimmh .ends
1 ousleau and h.i divert 3'u ll into the Aegean to probe Ihe 1916
luikina of the Titanic's sister ship. At 8 p.m. on Channel 4.
JT M,wfcun,lMd - - film, part of the AuJuhm
Mft Serm. presents the wilderness and animal habitats of the
Canadian province of Newfoundland. At 8 p.m. Tuesday in
Hamilton Hall auditorium. Admission J2foradult.$l for youths.
rah Vaughn The legendary jar songstress appears with
the N.C. Symphony at the Raleigh Civic Center. At p.m.
Maynard Fwguaon The exuberant trumpeter performs
Kacky and other hits Monday night at 8 at N.C. Slate's Stewart
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Lyman dies at 62
John Lyman. 62. professor emeritus of
environmental chemistry (chemical
oceanography) at U NC. died at his home last week
following a brief illness.
Lyman came to Chapel Hill in I96K to head the
consolidated University's Office of Marine
Sciences and to join the UNC School of Public
Health's department of environmental sciences
and engineering. He retired from both posts in
"John Lyman was one of America's
distinguished scientists who was most
instrumental in establishing the highly important
marine sciences program in the University and on
our coast." said UNC President William C.
Friday. "We arc indeed grateful for his
exceptional service to the University."
Lyman was influential in the establishment of
the University system's sea grant program and
three coastal marine resource centers in the state.
He is survived by his wife. Mitchell Forrest
Lyman, and two sons. John F. of Carrboro and
Richard, a UNC senior.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m.
Sunday. Dec. 4 at the Community Church.
By JAM III (;ilKS
UNC admitted a higher percentage of
blacks applying as freshmen this year than
whites, according to a freshman class profile
released at the Faculty Council meeting
According to the report. 47 percent of all
whites who applied were accepted while
almost 55 percent of all blacks applying as
Ireshmcn were accepted.
But the number of w hite applications far
exceeded the number of black applications.
Of the 9.K74 applications lor the freshman
class received by the Office of
Undergraduate Admissions, only 65X were
Also, fewer than two-thirds 223 of
the 359 black students accepted at UNC
Black undergraduates compose only 6.2
percent ol all undergraduates at UNC. 1 his
represents an increase of .1 percent oxer the
figures for last year.
I he report also listed the mean Scholastic
Apt it tide I est scores for the freshman class.
The mean verbal score was 521; math 563;
total score 1084. Mean scores last year were
slightlv higher: verbal 524. math 56. total
I (WO. '
I he University admitted 3.056 Ireshmcn.
over 85 percent ol whom are North Carolina
residents. 1 he majority of those students
accepted as transfers were also in-state
Of the 2,493 applications lor admission as
transter students. 1.250 were accepted. Of
those ottered admission as transleis. 8X1 or
60.48 percent enrolled. Only 14 black
students entered the University as transfers.
Ihe report also indicated that 91 of the
Ireshmcn students last year were
academically ineligible to return this
semester. I he grade point average lor the
class lor the academic vear I97f-77was2.(.
Women represent the majority of
Ireshmcn. according to the report. The class
is composed of 1.629 women, or 53.3
percent, and 1,427 men. or 46.7 percent.
In an effort to increase black applications
and enrollment, representatives of the Office
of Undergraduate Admissions visited
secondary schools throughout North
C arolina during 1976-77.
Cops' off-campus authority upheld
Continued from page 1.
Some officers have said they would
rather walk a beat on campus than be
assigned to a patrol car and lace
patchwork jurisdiction on streets
running through both town and
Some officers have said they plan to
ignore Marvin's order to notify Chapel
Hill Police should they see violations of
law off campus.
Marvin said last week that the
disgruntled officers have taken a very
Student attacked; stadium damaged
A UNC student was assaulted and vandals with
spray paint struck Kenan Field House and Kenan
Stadium over the weekend. University Police
Robin Proctor, a student at N.C. State
University, told police she and James Ronald
Mendenhall of I5-B Yum Yum Apartments in
Carrboro were walking in front of Woollen (iym
Saturday night when five males in a car
approached and shouted at Mendenhall.
One of the suspects jumped out of the car and
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assaulted Mcndcnliull. I he group lied in the car.
Polite investigators, said Ihe suspects' vehicle is
not known lo hclong lo any student from UNC.
NCSU or Duke Cnixcrsity. Mendenhall was
treated and released Irom Ihe Student Health
Vandals with cans of hlack spray paint struck
(iatc 2 ol Kenan Stadium. Kenan field I louse and
a ncarhy sidewalk early h'iday morning,
according lo police reports.
narrow interpretation of the policy. He
said he has not restricted their authority
to handle emergency situations away
"In a situation where life and property
is in danger, our officers should respond
as necessary to handle the situation."
Marvin said. "But if there is some
question as to whether the situation is u
threat, the officer has a tough decision
to make. It's a matter of degree."
Fvery situation can he a potential
threat to life and property, the
dissenting officers said.
"They (University Police officials)
would raise hell if I ticketed someone
doing 50 in a 45 one off campus," an
officer said. "But if somebody gets run
over when we don't ticket, w ho are they
going to blame'.'"
Vice Chancellor lor Business and
Finance John Temple. Marvin's boss in
the administration, agreed with the
security director that University Police
officers should have only a limited role
"Legally and technically, they
(University Police officers) have the
right to operate off campus," Temple
said. "But they really have no business
off campus. Going off campus is getting
into a tug-of-war we don't want to deal
Temple said if University officers
were allowed to write tickets off
campus, town and campus officers
might begin to compete for calls both on
and off campus.
"There are a lot of good things about
our relationship with Chapel Hill,"
Temple said. "I don't see any point in
straining that relationship."
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Dinner, program to promote
'native American awareness'
Many people have stereotypes about
native American people, stemming from
false images produced in Hollywood,
erroneous information in history books
and the general ignorance of native
American philosophy. Tonight the
Zoom-Zoom Restaurant and the native
students on cam pus will attempt todispel
these illusions when they present 4
Directions: an Evening J Suiivc
American A wareness.
The festivities begin al 6 p.m. with a
meal of traditional American Indian food
corn soup, fry bread and wohapi. a
Sioux pudding to be served until X.'
There will be a charge ol SI. 50 for the
A graphic exhibition compiled by Joe
1 iles will occupy the front part of the
restaurant. I iles has done work helping
Indian communities organize their own
schools and cultural and religious
A multi-media show put together by
I . iles will be shown at 8:30. featuring
native American motifs and music. The
evening will conclude with traditional
Indian music from the Kola Drum, a
group of persons dedicated to returning
to Indian people the old-time philosophy
and values of their ancestors. Interested
persons are welcome to join in the
festivities of the evening.
Be good to yourself
Flavor test our Western Beef
Sirloin Steak Dinner
Even our Salad Bar
Shrimp Oysters Fish
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the 15th straight year, beating out rival
Sigma Nu fraternity with a float called the
"C arolina Queen." patterned alter the Delta
But the Sigma Nus sent their float, a large
ram with u mouth that opened and closed, to
Duke's Wallace Wade Stadium Saturday to
stand in for the Tar Heels' "ranuupped"
mascot. Rameses IX.
Some students were injured after the
parade. Jane Broadwater said she was
standing on u bench in front of the Beta
house w hen a drunk male picked her up and
threw her down. The result wasa broken rib,
a sprained hack and a sprained neck for
"The Beat Uook parade is a lot of fun. but
it just got out of hand." she said. "At least,
this person got out of hand. I hit the ground
very, very hard."
H. Woltz injured his back when he was
knocked down, lie said he was in the
hospital emergency room a few hours and
was adv ised by a doctor to go to The Shack
for treatment. "I don't think it (the parade)
got out of hand," Woltz said. "It was just an
accident. I got hit from behind."
The South Orange Rescue Squad was
called to one fraternity house after the
parade. Lloyd Senter, a member of the
squad, said squad members who went to the
fraternity told him that students climbed on
the ambulance and turned on lights and
sirens. "This makes it hard for us to do our
job adequately," Senter said.
R. L. Adams, public relations officer for
fhC; Inter-fraternity Council and a member
of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, which
sponsors the Beat Dook parade, said, "The
parade itself did not get out of hand. The
problems that did occur were the results of
individuals or individual houses. It is
unfortunate that this behavior reflects on
others who went to the parade to have fun."
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Union Gallery Exhibit
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Nov. 13 - Dec. 13
in the Union's South Gallery
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last day of class
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