Mallard Sends 4 More Demonstrators to Jail
25, DUNNE GETS YEAR Mallard 4 More Seme Demonstrator Sr. Class Blast Set For May 5-6 5-6 5-6 Plans for the annual Senior Class festivities have been completed, completed, according to class vice president Woody Harrison. Activities including a Senior Forum, "Parting Shots" session, picnic and dance will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, May 5 and 6. The Forum will open the two-day two-day affair at 2 o'clock Tuesday Gerrard Hall, with the election Mr. Alumnus, Miss Alumna permanent class officers. Graduation procedures and alumni participation will be explained that time and the class gift will also be determined. In addition, free ' beer tickets Kv:'w,;:vi::;S:S;; Jubilee Flatt & Scruggs 2:30 Serendipity 7 :00 All On the GM Lawn - Not Again! By JOHN GREENBACKER Near riot broke out Thursday night in the Lower Quad as an estimated 200 male residents laid seige to "Everett Hall in protest Everett's celebration over winning the MRC "Best Hall on Campus" Campus" award. The demonstration was sparked by a torchlight parade held by Everett residents which filed around the Lower and Upper Quads between 9:50 and 10:05 p.m. As the solemn procession moved past Graham Hall, irate Gra-hamites Gra-hamites Gra-hamites doused the marchers from second story windows with trash cans filled with water, following a pattern set last year when Everett staged a similar demonstration. The marchers were booed loudly by Upper Quad residents, and large crowd of hecklers followed the torches back to Everett's west entrance, opposite Lewis Hall. to be used at the picnic will be distributed, along with free movie passes and reduced-rate reduced-rate reduced-rate tickets to Mike Rubish's Golf City and the All - Star Lanes. Five graduating seniors will speak on topics of their selection at the "Parting Shots" session, scheduled for 8 p.m. Tuesday, in Gerrard. Both Tuesday and . Wednesday will be "Barefoot Day." Seniors will be allowed to attend classes without shoes. Wednesday is also also "Free Cut" day, and free class cuts have been sanctioned by the administration, if each absence is approved by the professor. professor. . Hogan's Lake will be the site of a picnic Wednesday from 3-7 3-7 3-7 with free beer distributed to those with passes. Swimming and softball will highlight the gathering. Little David and the Wanderers Wanderers will provide the music for a dance beside Woollen Gym from 8-12 8-12 8-12 p.m. Wednesday, ending the frolic. Midnight late permission has been extended to all senior girls for the dance, and the results results of class elections will be revealed to Two former scholarship students at North Carolina universities were among 12 leaders of the Chapel Hill Civil Rights movement receiving 12-month 12-month 12-month jail terms for leading demonstrators in street-blocking street-blocking street-blocking protests here last February. John B. Dunne, 20, a Cleveland, Ohio native and former former Morehead Scholar at UNC who heads the Chapel Hill Freedom Committee, was charged on 10 counts. Charged on 23 counts was Joseph "Buddy" Tieger, 21-year 21-year 21-year old Durham native and former Angier B. Duke scholar at Duke University. Tieger was described by Orange County Superior Court Judge Raymond B. Mallard Mallard as one who serves the cause, whether willingly or not, of "international conspiracy that would destroy this country." J. V. Henry, whom solicitor Thomas Cooper called a "professional agitator," also received an active one-year one-year one-year sentence. NC Volunteers To Choose Men From Over 700 At the close of its six-week six-week six-week recruiting campaign, the North Carolina Volunteers has over 700 applications from college students students who want to spend their summer fighting poverty in North Carolina. Next step for the Volunteers is screening and selecting 100 of the applicants and placing them in community-service community-service community-service projects. Teams of Volunteers, after a three-day three-day three-day training period in mid-June, mid-June, mid-June, will be assigned to the seven communities announced April 20 by the North Carolina Fund as sites of projects for finding and showing new ways to break the cycle, of poverty. The North Carolina Fund is sponsor of the N. C. Volunteers organization. Officials of the Volunteers are setting up selection boards in eight centers throughout the state. The boards will be manned manned by college faculty members, city business and civic . leaders and representatives of community-service community-service community-service community-service agencies such as welfare health departments. m ti In addition, 100 other defendants defendants received suspended sentences sentences which can be activated if they violate any law or become involved in racial demonstrations demonstrations in the next three to five years. Judge Mallard's action virtually virtually stripped the Chapel Hill rights movement of both its leaders and its rank and file. All but one of the defendants pleaded no contest to charges of resisting arrest, trespassing and street blocking in similar demonstrations" demonstrations" staged cn Feb. 1, 8, and 10. Miss Rosemary Ezra, 25-year 25-year 25-year old white Chapel Hill resident, pleaded no contest to 16 counts and received a six-month six-month six-month term. She was the only woman given an active sentence. The session brought to a close the last of five special weeks of Orange Superior Court called for the consideration of approximately approximately 1400 civil disobedience cases stemming from the Chapel Chapel Hill racial movement. These cases involved more than 300 persons. It was reported that all defendants defendants receiving active sentences sentences could be free in four months cn good behavior.