and Willie Gilchrist of Halifax. Five incumbents also were re-elected: Irvin Aldridge ' 59 (LLB) of Manteo, Bert Collins of Durham, Ray Farris ' 62 of Charlotte, Jim Phillips Jr. ' 79 of Greens- boro and Bradley Wilson of Durham. The N. C. House also elected four new members and five incumbents to the board of governors. New members are James Babb ' 55 of Charlotte; Dudley Flood of Raleigh, Charles Mercer ' 69 of Raleigh and Gladys Robinson of Pleasant Garden. Returning members are Bradley Adcock of Durham, Frank Grainger of Cary, Robert Warwick ' 58 of Wilmington, Craig Souza of Raleigh andJohn Cecil ' 78 of Asheville, the board's vice chair. New terms on both boards begin July 1.
June 10 - August
Opening Reception: June
The first comprehensive
exhibition of Unda McCartney's
Sixties photography in the
United States. Featuring images
of The Rolling Stones, The Beades,
The Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin
and Jimi Hendrix. Organized by
the Estate of linda McCartney in
cooperation with the Bruce
Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut.
TO ADDRESS GRADS
Fear not the boring Commence- ment speaker. In response to a strong support from Carolina sen-
iors, the class leadership has chosen ESPN
SportsCenter anchor Stuart Scott ' 87 as
keynote speaker for the May 20 festivities.
Scott has become one of the sports
network's most recognizable anchors and
interviewers, and he has not been averse
to dropping a plug for his alma mater now
and then. He holds a degree in radio, tele-
vision and motion pictures - which now
is known as communications studies.
Senior class President Jason Cowley said
Scott was among the most popular sugges-
tions on a list ofsome 200 nanles compiled
from an e-mail solicitation of seniors.
"I feel great about it - he's really the
total package," Cowley said. "He's a grad-
uate, and that was important to us. He
had a sports column in The DaiLy Tar Heel,
and a radio show here. He's got outstand-
ing communication skills. And third, he's
kind ofcut from a different cloth than
our usual graduation speakers."
A committee of students and adminis-
trators narrowed the list to five candidates.
The list went to Chancellor James
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