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SERIAL DEPARTMENT BLUFORD L IBRARY TH14-5 REGISTER "COMPLETE AWARENESS FOR COMPLETE COMMITMENT" VOLUME XLVIII NUMBER42 NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL \Nn TECHNICAL STATE, UNIVERSITY, GREENSBORO MARCH 1, 1977 ReynoldsMayStep Down As Basketball Coach A&T's Civitan Members. Staff Photo bv Love Chitons Induct 24 Members By Maxine McNeill A&T's newly established Collegiate Civitan Club inducted 24 members at its charter banquet held in Williams Cafeteria Thursday. A&T's chapter is the first predominately Black chapter in the. Southeastern District. The Collegiate Civitan Club is an international service organization. The purpose of the club is to work with campus projects and promote citizenship on campus. Dr. Jesse E, Marshall, vice chancellor for student affairs, who was the keynote speaker, described the event as the most momentous during the course of time at A&T. He said it was no occasion for a keynote address and attention should be focused on the students who were being chartered. "As I look at what has happened through that nation, someone needs to be his brother's keeper," said Dr. Marshall. Dr. Marshall feels that we are our brother's keeper. He said the members of the Civitan Club should strive to bring good citizenship back on campus. The president of the Civitan International, Carlie .Sessoms, feels that the A&T Civitan members are confronted with a re?; challenge. "It is your responsibility to build better citizenship at A&T and in Greensboro," said Sessoms. The challenge the chartered Civitan members are confronted with is whether or not they want to see A&T's club walk or fly, according to Sessoms. He said if it is to progress quickly the students' time, money, and energy will have to be utilized. Doris Camack, president, said. "I am proud to be a part of the Collegiate Civitan Club. I want to launch a new membership drive." Ms. Comack also said all the members inducted last night are a11 community health majors. She said the club is open to all students but community health majors are the only students (See Civitan. Page 5) By Craig R. Turner "I will neither confirm nor deny the report. I intend to remain neutral until I have received a recommendation on . the matter." Those were the words of Chancellor Lewis C. Dowdy in a telephone conversation yesterday on a report involving the naming of a new head coach for the A&T basketball team. A report broke late Saturday that A&T's Warren Reynolds would step down this month as head coach and that a new mentor would be named later this week. The report, orginating from both local television and radio sports persons, stated that Applachian State University assistant Gene Littles would be named as the new man. Also, an unofficial statement was released that former NBA and ABA star Joe Caldwell would be named as the assistant to Littles. Dr. Dowdy, and athletic director Cal Irvin would not comment on the report andthat Reynolds' future at A&T is still facing ^uncertainty • Dr Albert Smith could not be reached for comment but has maintained a "wait and see" attitude. Littles, a former All-America at nearby High Point College, starred for. four years in the American Basketball Association with the defunct Carolina Cougars and later the Kentucky Colonels. He assumed the assistant post at ASU last year and had been instrumental in the recruiting of players for the Mountaineers. ASU had been one of the stronger teams in tlie Southern Conference this past season. Coach Reynolds commented on WFMY-TV's A&T Sports Report that he had not received any official notice of his nonrenewal. Reynolds stated that he had received several job offers in the field of coaching including three of the members of the MEAC. Reliable sources claim that he is the prime candidate for the coaching posts at Maryland-Eastern Shore, Delaware State, and North .Carolina Central. (See Cage, Page 2) Warren Reynolds Three Will Not Share Rooms Cornell Architect Stresses Landscaping By Rodney McCormick Paul Friedburg, a landscape architect, spoke on Urban Planning in Carver Hall last night. Friedburg, a graduate of Cornell University, is a senior partner in his architectual firm, director of the Urban League planners at CCNY, and author °f several publications, dealing with urban planning projects. He stressed the idea that the landscape ; architect should utilize the environment to its fullest potential and adaptability. Eor those who don't know, landscape architecture is the profession concerned with the planning of outdoor areas and communities. Landscape architects are needed wherever people use areas of land. Friedburg said that this field is up and coming. For both men and women, a career in Landscape Architecture holds many rewards. Because of the (See Architecture, Page 8) By Mary WiUiams There has been the question in the air concerning three pople in a room next year. This issue is now under investigation and in the process of elimination. Dr. Jesse Marshall, vice chancellor for Student Affairs, stated, "From the experience we have had with personal problems and psychological arrangements under which students were compelled to live, we don't plan to consider future arrangements for three people i„ a room This will not be considered unless it is specifically requested by the occupants." . Mrs. Lucille Piggott, dean of women, stated that there is no intention of placing three girls in a room for 1977-78. There j^e been a certain ■number of rooms obtained for inshmar. students. William Dr. MarshaU Gamble, director of admissions, said out of the 2100 students selected. 1200 will be admitted to comprise the freshman class. f Out of this number eighty per cent will live on campus in the dormitories. "We ae using the fifty dollar deposit for rooms to estimate how many students will stay on campus," Gamble said. The student will be expected to sign a statement explaining the conditions and his request if he so desires to live with three occupants, he explained. "This problem has never existed within the male dormitory., and we don't expect three in a room next year." said William Goode. dean of men.
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