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2The Daily Tar HeelMonday, March 2, 1981
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By KKN SIMAN
North Carolina legislators are awaiting final 1980 cen
sus figures before drawing up specific plans for reap
portioning the state's legislative and congressional
Attempts to initiate redisricting plans are fruitless
until the legitimacy of the census is determined in May,
Sen. Charles Vickery, D-Orange, said last week.
The official 1980 figures, which will reveal the shifts in
population that require reapportionment, are delayed
because they have been challenged by several state and
local governments, including Carrboro.
Most of the suits filed against the bureau charge that
the bureau undercounted minorities and counted many
illegal aliens as U.S. citizens. If the latter charge is up
held, Florida, a state with a large number of illegal aliens,
could lose one congressman a seat North Carolina
could conceivably gain, Vickery said.
Rep. Joe Hackney, D-Orange, said that preliminary
figures showed the 17th House and 16th Senate districts,
both of which represent Orange County, with popula
tions that exceeded district standards by 12,609 and
17,854, respectively. .
The 2nd Congressional District, which represents 12
counties, including Orange, has a population which is
about 27,168 under district standards, he said.
Hackney gave no specific proposals to correct the dis
proportion, saying "it's too early to tell." However, the
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"You have to get a feel for that person.
Then you look at the silhouette of the body
and how they stand," he said, puffing
on his pipe. "You start with the big things
and work inward to the smaller things,
exaggerating the salient points and mini
mizing the less important points."
He spends most of his time in fraternities
and sororities because the students live
and eat together and know each other
better. "There's not a closeness among
students in dorms as there is among fra
ternities," he said. That closeness adds .
to the intimacy of Bankston's caricatures,
and his art consequently adds to the close
ness in these houses.
"The caricature becomes a sort of cat
alyst between the brothers," he said. "The
brothers think they know each other,
but when they see the drawings they
know each other much better. It warms
the whole house."
"I figured if life was going to be tough
I might as well enjoy it as best I could,"
he said. "I agree with George Burns. He
said, 'I'd rather fail at something I like
than succeed at something I dislike.'"
Bankstdn certainly hasn't failed, even
though he started concentrating in art
during the hard times of the Great De
pression. He studied at the Corcoran
School of Art in Washington, D.C., from
1933 to 1937, and soon afterward moved
to the Broadway Theatre Building in
New York City. Originally he intended
to paint portraits, which he has, but he
also has done everything from still lifes
to seascapes. He has sketched or painted
John Kennedy, Tennessee Williams, Lucille
Ball and Eleanor. Roosevelt.
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People are Running to the
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and Dinner specials like these:
Steals for Two $9.95
An unbeatable deal! Choice,
juicy Rib-eye stealis for two!
Served up with salad, your choice
of potato,' garlic bread and a .
Beverage on the house!
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A Chapel Hill Tradition for 32 Years!
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Add 5' tor each dditonol word
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TAKE A BREAK! Beach H at tt- King George
Motel In Ocean Drive. Low Spring Creak rates
tart at $14. Gill 633-219-2721 kr reservations.
CAROLINA'S ONLY COMPLETE RESUME
SOMCD Well tyjHi typaeat your resume.
Electronic mrmory. p in tin a. and covrt Wttrr
round out our compete irnVt ptka-. Aaro
L4ifrv &rvU:, cownlert!y located al
M.Mi: AND rtMAlX HODIXS lr Student
Spilng Summer fathlon Show. April 7.
Api5katk and crntng tem av.;jtJ at
Dittun Information Deik.
lost Ci found
1 FOUND YOUR UMBRELLA. Tell me the color,
brand, and place you left It. Call 933-49S4. Keep
trying tilt you reach me.
FOUND: WOMEN'S GLASSES In light blue caae
on treet In front of Joyner. Call 933-7755. ,
FOUND: LISA. I found your clau ring. Call
Sandra 929-1436 and identify yourwlf.
LOST: Important note card on Flannery
O'Connor Criticism. Reward (I'm desperate and
aukidai) pWae caU 967-3261.
FOUND: Brown and black kitten at Carolina
Apt.. Thurday nlqhL Kitten has a Ilea collar.
Fkase caU 942-5782.
STUDINT HLAIT1I SUtVICC ta coring
kuf r4 wtrtght rtianagment wvtkUvop
emphatUIng potitive Itlettyle change
brruHu vj Tbufiy, March 19 bom 1-2 ZJ.
t Jnti!d to prtkon lrt thaa 3 pouruJ
oerwetjhi. CaS 9C6-22S1 (ext. 275) for a
general assembly should have plans implemented by July
unless courts rule that last year's census figures are inac
curate, he said. .
Rep. J. P. Huskins, D-StatesviHe, co-chairman of the
Congressional Redistricting Committee, said current re
districting proposals were "ghost plans," and he offered
no speculation as to what final plans would do to correct
Ted Daniel, an executive assistant to 2nd District Rep.
L.H. Fountain, said he requested that the districts be
changed as little as possible. Fountain said he had not
examined the redistricting statistics to see whether the.
state might get an additional representative, but felt that
having 12 congressmen would benefit the state.
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Llorebudet cuto added
Perkins led the Tar Heels in the first half,
hitting all six of his field goal attempts and a
free throw for 13 points. Banks, on the other
hand, scored only five, but led the Devils in the
second half, scoring 20 of Duke's 38 points after
A Banks lay-up tied the game for the third
time, the first time in the second half, at 32-32
and the senior from Philadelphia scored six of
Duke's next 10 points before a long jumper by
Kenny Dennard put Duke in the lead for the
first time, 44-43.
Banks scored after Matt Doherty missed on
the Tar Heels end of the floor to give Duke its
biggest lead, 4643. Duke led by three points
only once more in regulation, 50-47 on a Vince
Taylor jumper with 5i24 left.
After Banks gave Duke its initial lead, Wood
countered with two baskets to put Carolina
ahead 47-46. The lead changed hands six times
in the last 1 1 minutes. Duke's three-point lead
was the largest.
A basket by Pepper and two free throws by
Jimmy Black put Carolina ahead by one point
with 4:23 left, but Banks scored on a dunk to
give the Blue Devils a one-point margin, 52-51.
Braddock tied the game at 52 with a free throw
and Doherty hit a driving shot against Dennard
to lift the Heels to a two-point lead, 54-52.
Carolina never trailed again in regulation
and regained its two-point cushion at 58-56
when Perkins hit two free throws with two
That set up Banks first act of heroics.
Dennard threw an inbounds pass to Chip
Engelland at half court and Engelland called
time-o'ut.with one second remaining. Dennard
again threw the ball inbounds, this time to
Banks, who was alone at the top of the key.
Perkins challenged but Banks lofted a jumper
over his outstretched hand to send the game
' Duke pulled out to a three-point lead twice in
the overtime 62-59 on a Taylor layup and
64-61 on a layup by Banks. Carolina grabbed
the lead with 43 seconds left after Pepper
drew a charge on Taylor and sank two free
Banks put the finishing touches on the
day's performance with 19 seconds left. After
a shot by Vince Taylor bounced off the rim
and through the hands of Wood, Banks
collected the loose ball and put it up for a lay
in. Pepper had a chance to win it for
Carolina, but his 20-footer bounced off to
the right into the hands of Chris Brust, whose
desperation shot at the buzzer never had a
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WASHINGTON (AP) President Ronald Reagan's economic advisers
underestimated projected federal spending for next year by $3.1 billion,
Reagan's chief spokesman said Saturday. :
Press Secretary James S. Brady said the administration had identified where it
would cut an additional $3.1 billion from the budget, but would not disclose
In his speech Feb. 18 to Congress, Reagan urged that the budget for fiscal
1982 be cut by $41.4 billion.
Reagan identified 83 specific program cuts totaling $34.7 billion and pro
mised to detail the other $6.7 billion when a completed budget plan is submitted
to Congress March 10. ,
David A. Stockman, director of the Office of Management and Budget, said
Friday that agencies from the Veterans Administration to the National Aero
nautics and Space Administration had been reviewed and "there will be cuts
across the entire spectrum.'
Shcharanoky to be freed
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) The Soviet Union has agreed to
free Jewish dissident Anatoly Shcharansky in exchange for Maj. Alexei Kozlov,
an alleged Soviet spy captured in South Africa; the Sunday Times reported.
The Johannesburg newspaper said the exchange is expected to take place in a
neutral country within the next two weeks, barring hitches. It said Shcharansky,
33, would then settle in Israel.
The Soviet Union has been under pressure from Western nations to release
Shcharansky, wjio was sentenced in July 1978 to 13 years in a labor camp for
treason, espionage and "anti-Soviet agitation and propaganda."
Doctor guilty in pot trial
MANTEO, N.C. (AP) A Dare County Superior court judge sentenced
Dr, Gordon Piland Saturday to 111 hours in jail, 111 hours of charitable work
and a $1,110 fine after the physician was convicted of illegally growing 111
marijuana plants for medicinal use.
An eight-man, four-woman jury earlier had deliberated more than three
hours before finding the Hatteras Island doctor guilty of felonious possession
and manufacture of marijuana. ,
Piland, 34, had said during the trial he was growing the marijuana plants
to treat patients suffering retching and nausea brought about by cancer chemo
Piland was arrested Aug. 10 by authorities who confiscated 111 marijuana
plants he was growing at a house he was renovating.
Piland's lawyers had based their defense on the medical necessity of growing
the marijuana to treat his patients became medical marijuana is not readily avail
able in North Carolina.
TAKE A SPRING BREAK at Sand Pebble Motel In
N. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. ROOMS
SI 5.00! CaU 803-249-4212 for reev.
A PROFESSIONAL LOOKING. TYPESET
RESUME for $10-a f mall Investment (or that
edge in the competitive Job market. Also
newsletters, poster, thesis charts, etc. at
Lunar Graphics, 412 West Rosemary.
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WANTED: NON SMOKING MALES as subjects
In paid EPA breathing experiments on the UNC
CM catnpua. Total time commitment la 10-15
hoars few kitting a free physical examination. Pay to
IS. 00 per Hour. We need healthy males, at 1S-40
Uh no aUersW and no hever. CaU 8-5
Mon.-Fri. for more kkrmatkn. 9&6-12S3.
OVERSEAS JOBS-Summeryear round.
Europe. S. Amer., Australia. Aila. A3 BU.
f 500-1 1200 monthly.- Sihtsecir. Free Ink.
Uiiie UC Boa 52-NCl Cuoa Pel Mar, CA
f&COWELX. A seat summer Job. InUnd oil
exploration crews. Momia. Ectti3.
WjurtHM. Openings natiomskJe. flvEE detaila.
Oat. t's I'tlAb, I a-rtevr.e. AH 72701.
WANTED: MATURE GRADUATE STUDENT of
vppt(Usmn kr 6k attendant position from
12 wklni-sht to 8 a RV. rrkJay-Suftday manilns
C3 Jim Kiji.!rr9rt at V2 S? or come by
GramlaTow-ers West. EOE MF. ,
LOOKING I OR MATURE. KESPONSISLE
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717. C'xue t y l Ufrmrti t.ri Manh 17th or
'! KrHl3 (V474Ui 7-1 p m,
icrriNG ivnni n jo?. t e stse
of ti v!:y as cowrskM sa t la ttwt. mmUet
ski. kvk. t, k.ta. I-Vfv, ri.k lftih,
crafts, . lm LeUi rd SaUry. kl, tfei ;'- aa4
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C4t Ma. fC faS kUn M. Cart.
COUNSELORS. OVER 19 who Lke to have fun
and make fun at unique overnight Boys' Summer
Camp m Penna. Able to Instruct either one of
following: watersafety. watertkJing, boating,
soccer. basketbaS, arts and crafts, rockclimbmg,
rlfiery, ham radio, rocketry, science, archery,
track, tennis, golf, photography, pioneering, or
general athletics. Write Camp Director, 133 fled
Rambler Drive, Lafayette HUl. PA. 19444.
HUMAN SEXUALITY INFORMATION and
Counseling Servke offers counseling and referral
on contraception, relationships, pregnancy,
homosexuality, and venereal disease. Call
93J-5SG3 ot drop by Suite B. Union.
NON SMOKING FEMALE to share OU We fl Apt.
from May-Awg. sslth opiion fur t'J. Heasonably
quid, nvat, siudiow. easy ang. frieSiy person..
Ca3 933-217. 933-3455.
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: NON
SMOKINGDRINKING mature male to share
Estes Park Apt. f urnished, ashdry. N-bus.
1135 Ki unUae. 967-3K65.
WANTED! QUIET. NON. SMOKING
INDIVIDUAL to share Urgl 2 bedroom apartment
taish ftaiitate copW dailg El-t2 acadrmic
teat, poss.ljfy sooner. I riiie kom campus a bus
kfte. Po4, Uundy, 1 145 ma, plus utajes.
967-4 '?n 3 1 1 p m.
53" BAR. 3 STOOLS. Black, walnut, chrome foot
rails. Like new. $80. Oak Desk. 50 x 32. S35.
Delivery available. 929-9069.
LOFT FOR SALE: University approved double
loft-eight by eight, six feet high. Aiso-a padded ,
BAR for sale. Call 3-6025. Bobby or Jan.
SPRINGSTEEN TICKETS great seats. Will take
best offer. Call between 7:00 p.m. arvd 11:00 p.m.
JEEPS. CARS. TRUCKS available through
' government agencies, many sell for under $200.00
CaU 602-941-8014 Ext 5916 for your directory on
how to purchase. .
SKIERS! Ski bibs for sale $30.00 medium size.
Used only once. Too small for rot Khaki colored.
Made by OSam. CaU Chip at 929-4996.
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BUYING GOLD AND SILVER FOR CASff!
Rings, necklaces, gold and silver coins, sterling.
James Home and Son. 1C2 E. Weaver St.
Carrboro 10-5:30 H F 10-1 Sat. 967-65S0.
NAVAJO TRADING POST
Duvif"J Gold & Silvert 10, 14, lSk; gold Jewelry.
- and dental gold. Buytef &momd one carat &
over, and ater&Ag silver. 510 W. frawLSa
We are now acceptini appSratkww foe Auaat
Foxcr&ft Apartments. or 967 J2S4.
RfJLAX. Com streteh you bdv, mbd, spirit
toward Joy. THL YOGA PLACi: Is erfa3 8
-ekly Classes March 16-Ar?il 30 beukvnbt,
inUtmdUt, advanced. $21 fur tekma?ka
and te Urattin ca3 9 &7-9tS6.
$20 BEWAHD f O.t fed u p tw
campus (be-j'-aBifti k Ajt-'1. 1 tu-mAw
frmW. ad Lkly itewi. Cashy 913 -3337, Wave
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$6 General Public
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before ad is to run.
SUMMER SCHOOL? h off our Carolina
apartment with air conditioning, pool, J bus
service and many more conveniences. 9334)351.
SHUT OUT OF HOUSING? Take over our lease
t Carolina Apt. In tat May. Large two bedroom
apt. -AC, dishwasher, pool, busline. Call
DESPERATE! NEED RIDE to Mass. or at
least N.Y.C. for Spring Break. Willing to split
costs. Must know by Feb. 28. Call Lee anytime
at 933-1 523.
GOING TO CINCINNATI, (or vicinity) for Spring
Break? I would Jump for Joy tf you would give me a
' ride. Please ca3 Elaabeth at 933-3417.
ROOM FOR TWO RIDERS to anywhere en route
from Chajwi 1 1.3 to Ft. Myers. F1a. on March 6
and from f t. L4dak to Chapel II.U on March
12. 942-2186 after 5.30.
RIDE TO WASH., D C. Leave 35 (p.m.) and
return 311 or 312. 929-3120 or leave wwjr
In Music Dipt, for Roger.
NEED H25E TO ATHENS OlHO m tk by f r
Spring Break. W.3 help wtih gas. C3 933-4033 &
ask for Betsy, 1 am oVsperaie.
HEADING NOrmt? W,U gUfly sbre ers
far rUe to New Jrsy, f1se ta8 929-9132.
HOJ1 I KET.O A i::DH to Br.s U
Break. WSrf t shar g.s and dKfe- C3
JeMica at 933-4515. Kp
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skd t?ia tntMftitt Jt waited t? ro.id yaw
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DEAR TERRENCX, you are so fine! We're still
waiting for the day when we can become Pearie
with you! Muthas t & 11.
HEY LYN-Hang In there Babt. Everything wUl
work out. Keep on praying and let your falih
remain strong. God loves you. The Midnight
WATCH SPRING BREAK. Toast yourself by the
fireplace-not at the beach! Refresh your spirits by
hiking, exploring and quiet fireside hours. Your
own cozy cottage In the Smokies! $30 for 2 people.
$35 for 4, nitely. Mountain Brook. U.S. 441
South, Syha: N.C. 704-556-4329.
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belly, picnics, the beach, sweefness a tabby cat.
and I LOVE YOUS. Thanks Sugar Buggar.
MARCH HOROSCOPE: L K.. TlJa month kt
desianed to be tHed wi:h bh and
excitrment. That special event on the 6th gives
yow the chance to tempt thai certaia beau! You
planet is lifted up frf S'1 furtna. Your frienda are
lined up fjf a bksoui to cthAntiUf the arrival of
P.T.. that u3 dask stranger who s3 dr aaticaSy
tlUtt your Mure. Hang bi there, the &xj4 time
arc about to r&3. Best tf Lsclu Dee.
V,Ti, P.LUE JIlANS, fcm" -wf In asf Br
ware's the Jacket and sWk? fm waisin' fc ftuit
s;-,:1 See vi fat Chemie, M Balds.
BREN A.ND BEN. )U;-py BeUud Anniversary
Greeting! f frre's to you bright f-4 chery Mu f
lve ya Ms! f'"b.
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birthday presenf la leaxfy and alsi. Rmwista
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