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Tuesday Jan. 28,1986
Bishop Desmond Tutu spoke in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and against
apartheid at the Duke University Chapel on Jan. 19. Thousands of people lined
up outside the chapel five hours before the Anglican bishop arrived. The line
stretched for about a mile. From Durham, Tutu flew to Atlanta to participate in
ceremonies to remember King.
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“I did not know that a profes
sional photographer’s fees had to be
included in the expenditure,” he said.
He said he was not aware that he was
overspending the budget. “I regret
that I wasted my staff members’ time
and the money of donors.” He did not
know whether he would run again
next year, but commented that he
would consider it if expenditures
were raised to at least $1,000 per
Billy Warden, the current Mr.
UNC, was thought to have been plan
ning to run, but had not yet announc
ed his candidacy at this writing.
Sibby Anderson, president of
The Black Student Movement, said
the BSM had no plans to endorse any
of the candidates right now. However,
the usual forums will be held to make
sure the voting constituency makes
the right choices, she said.
The deadline for the Special Valentine s Day Poetry Contest spon
sored by the Black Ink has been extended to Monday, February 3. AU
entries must be no more than 2 typed pages and should include campus
address, full name and phone number. Contestants must be UNC students
and no Black Ink writers may enter.
The 1st place prize is $25 plus the winner will have his/her poem
published in the Ink along with a photo. Two runners up will be chosen
and their poems will be published.
All entries should be submitted to Laurie D. Willis, editor, 1053
*A11 contestant’s poems are subject to use by the Black Ink at any
time during the semester.
Wednesday, February 5
Tickets on sale
at the Union Box Office
Season Tickets: $20.00
Black Ink distribution spots
Dean Renwick’s office
School of Business
Campus YMC A
Hinton James dormitory
Basement of Steele bldg.
School of Journalism
Financial aid office
Julio Penasoto, distribution manager 933-4481
The Black Student Movement
Academic Affairs Committee
E. Louis Best, chairman
Dr. David McNair
The primary purpose of the BSM Academic Affairs Committee is the
promotion of academic and intellectual prosperity among black students
at UNC. If you have any ideas concerning reform of decreasing enroll
ment or improvement of the academic performance of blacks as a whole,
send letters to the Black Ink editor or leave your suggestions in the
Academic Affairs box in the BSM office.