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2The Daily tar HeelMonday. November 16, 1981
UNC researchers link
alcohol and pregnancy
By KOBKRT MONTGOMERY
inn suit writer
University of North Carolina re
searchers have discovered new evidence
that only one episode of heavy drinking
during early pregnancy can damage a
woman's unborn child.
Drs. Kathleen Sulik of the School of
Medicine and Malcolm Johnston of the
Dental Research Center conducted the
research which involved experiments on
The evidence shows that alcohol fetal
syndrome may start as early as the third
week of pregnancy which is before most
women suspect they are pregnant.
Alcohol fetal syndrome causes defects
in children which include such things as
smaller eyelid openings, flat nasal
bridges, shorter noses and longer upper
lips. In some cases mental retardation and
hyperactivity have resulted.
Most scientists have been interested in
the chronic exposure of alcohol and its ef
fects on the unborn child, Sulik said. This
new evidence shows that an embryo the
size of the head of a pin can be damaged
by sudden heavy drinking and still survive.
The experiments involved injecting
mice with alcohol equivalent to binge
doses. A device similar to a breathalyzer
measured the blood alcohol content of
the mice at about .2 percent, twice the
legal maximum for driving in most states.
The newborn mice showed defects in ap
pearance similar to those often shown in
Sulik said this research might show
why some alcoholic women have normal
children. They might never have sub
jected themselves to large doses of alcohol
at one time.
"The alcohol doses were administered
during the seventh week of pregnancy for
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the mice which is comparable to three
weeks in humans," Sulik said. This may
be the critical period, she said.
The Findings confirmed studies by Dr.
William Webster, a scientist at the Univer
sity of Sydney, Australia. Sulik said the
experiments were accurate, but that fur
ther research was needed. "We worked
. with an inbred strain of mice. It was like
working with clones," she said.
Although most women do not reach a
drunkeness equal to the .2 percent blood
alcohol level the mice experienced, Sulik
cautions that lower levels may also cause
damage in human embryos. Women
should refrain from drinking not only
after they know they are pregnant but
even when they are only trying to get
pregnant, she said.
"We definitely hope it (the research)
will have some influence," Sulik said
referring to women drinkers. . .
' "We are not saying there are not other
stages in pregnancy that are important
too," she said, adding that the early
period could be most dangerous to the
he said he didn't know why but if it's because
of last week's loss, put that aside."
Fuller, who said Virginia's offensive line
was tougher than Clemson's, also said Crum
told them this game was just as important as
any other and thev had to win it.
Defensive back Walt Black, who intercepted
three passes in the second half, said there was a
little shift in the second half that helped put a
lid on the passing attack.
"We changed up a little bit by bringing in an
end to get pressure on the quarterback," Black
said. "You can't play perfect every play
without pressure. We put some pressure on
him in the second half."
Crum said after the game that he too was
concerned more with the pass rush than the
secondary but that the team did what it had to
do in the second half to win.
The offense got on track long enough to
pick up 10 points in less than six minutes of the
The Tar Heels went 79 yards on 9 plays
capped by a Tyrone Anthony touchdown. The
big play of the drive was a third-and-ten pass
from Elkins to Jon Richardson good for 32
yards to put UNC in Virginia territory.
An interception by Black just two minutes
later set up a 34 yard Brooks Barwick field
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lost & found
LOST BROWN PORTFOLIO LEGAL size contain
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contents to women's gym 105. Cash reward no
questions asked. Phone 962-2261962-2262.
FOUND AT STARSHIP CONCERT: comb with
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and identify. "
FOUND MEN'S SILVER WATCH in Gerrard Hall
several weeks ago. Sorry this notice took so long.
Call and identify. Janet 929-3814.
LOST: WHITE SPIRAL NOTEBOOK and black
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933-7068 after 6.
LOST GOLD HEART LOCKET with initials M JR In
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Gamma. Call Alison 933-0415. Has great
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WAITRESSBELGIUM U.S. based company
"building American style restaurants in Europe
opening in March of 1982 in Brussels, Belgium.
Looking for "clean cut, ail-American type", experi
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Suite 2010, Atlanta, Georgia 30361.
WANTED! PART-TIME PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Must have 35 mm camera and 3 years experi
ence. Make $6.0O-$12.00 per hour. Requires
working some weekend nights. Send resumes to
Campus Camera, Box 833, Carrboro, N.C.
LOOKING FOR INDIVIDUAL TO do publicity pro
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DISHWASHER NEEDED TO WORK Saturdays
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on occasional weekdays. Call for an appointment
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Shuttle hi ak.es hist pry
a first reusable craft
The AsMKialed Press
SPACE CENTER, Houston
Shuttle- astronauts Joe Engle and
Richard Truly, back from a brief but
successful mission in the first craft to
make a return trip to space, shared
breakfast with Vice President George
Bush Sunday and rested up for a week
of debriefings. r",:'
The shuttle Columbia, its five-day
mission cut in half by a faulty fuel
unit, returned to Earth on Saturday in
a second picture perfect landing in
California's Mojave Desert.
Despite its problems, the winged
reusable rocket ship proved itself a
"magnificent flying machine," Engle
Bush also praised the men and
machine of America's second shuttle
voyage and called the National Aero
nautics and Space Administration a
. After breakfast,, Engle and Truly
spent the rest of the mild and sunny
goal. The play that put the Tar Heels in range
was a 33-yard burst by Bryant.
Neither team could do much in the fourth
quarter. Whitehead left his quarterback
position late in the third quarter with an
injured shoulder. He had completed 18-of-31
for 243 yards and two touchdowns. Another
touchdown was called back because of illegal
"After Whitehead left the game the Virginia
offense was not as threatening," Black said.
"But they have a better squad than their
Cavalier coach Dick Bestwick was naturally
disappointed with the loss. "Disappointed is
the understatement of the year," said
Bestwick, a 1952 UNC graduate. "We didn't
know we could pass on them but we knew we
for the record
In "Chapel ftill townhouse to use solar
heating" (DTH, Friday, Nov. 13), the
story incorrectly reported that Space
Buildings of Chapel Hill built the solar
townhouse. In fact, Space Builders of
Carrboro built the townhouse. The DTH
regrets the error.
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autumn day at home with their fami
lies. "Monday they'll pick up on a solid
week of techincal briefings," said
NASA spokesman Terry White. "Each
system group's engineers will get a
crack at them to pick their brains on
what works and what needs to be im
Astronauts Ken Mattingly and
Hank Hartsfield, who served as the
backup crew for the Engle-Truly mis
sion, will attend the briefin'gs too, al
though they have not yet been desig
nated as the crew for the next shuttle
mission, scheduled for March.
About nine days after the briefings,
. Engle and Truly will hold a news con
ference, where a key topic will be how
the normally reliable electrical power
unit broke down in space. .
NASA officials said prudence dic
tated the decision to cut the 84-hour
mission to 54 hours. Acting associate
administrator L. Michael Weeks said
the loss was minimal.
new Miss BSM
Mary Ellerbe, a sophomore from Pine- .
hurst, was crowned Miss Black Student
Movement 1982-1983 at the crowning
ceremony Sunday night.
Ellerbe, a Radio, Television and Motion
Pictures and African Studies major, was
chosen from a pool of five candidates by
a BSM election and an interview before a
panel of five judges, which consisted of
University administrators and students.
The candidates are awarded points for
the votes they receive in the general elec
tion. Then, the three highest vote
receivers are awarded points by the
judges on the basis of the interviews. The
candidate who receives the highest num
ber of total points is named Miss BSM.
Ellerbe said she saw promotion of
BSM goals as one responsibility of her
'job: "One of my goals is to promote
more unity with the blacks on campus. I
also want the BSM to become more in
volved in the community."
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Bright Star fills Egyptian desert
CAIRO WEST AIR BASE, Egypt (AP) More than 800 paratroopers drop
ped into the Western Qesert on Saturday, beginning the biggest test of America's
Rapid Deployment Force. One jumper, broke his hip, three suffered less serious
injuries and a 2'2-ton truck crumpled when its chute failed.
The windless, clear blue sky was filled with olive drab parachutes as 850
Americans, 10 Egyptians and their equipment including trucks, howitzers and
mortars were dropped from 18 C-141 and six C-130 transport planes.
Six of the C-141s carried troops of the 82nd Airborne Division 14 hours non
stop from Pope Air Force Base, N.C., and the rest of the planes flew from four
undisclosed sites in Europe.
UNC poll supports Reagan so far
CHAPEL HILL (AP) A sizable majority of North Carolinians thinks
President Ronald Reagan is performing well, a survey conducted by the Univer
' sity of North Carolina's School of Journalism and the UNC Center for Public
. Television indicates.
According to the poll, 62 percent of Tar Heel residents reacted favorably to
Reagan when questioned in October, compared to the 57 percent favorable
rating he received in a recent nationwide Louis Harris poll conducted in August.
Reagan's political power base is much stronger among whites, according to
the North Carolina poll's results. The poll found that 26 percent of whites ques
tioned said Reagan was doing an excellent job compared to only 5 percent of the
Balloon is first to cross Pacific
COVELO, Calif. (AP) Weighted by ice and battered by a driving storm,
Double Eagle V nearly crashed at the end of an historic trans-Pacific balloon
flight, the crew said Friday after they were plucked from a rugged mountainside.
. "We are lucky we survived but life and death are next to each other anyway,"
said crewman Rocky Aoki, the owner of the Benihana restaurant chain who fi
nanced the $250,000 venture. "If you are afraid to die, you are probably afraid
The towering helium-filled balloon hit a tree in a snowstorm in the Sanhedrin
mountains Thursday night, and when the crew, cut the gondola loose, a bumpy
landing ended a 6,000-mile voyage that began four days earlier at the Japanese
city of Nagashima.
Nearly 10 hours later, helicopter crews sighted the gondola and ferried the
balloonists off the mountainside.
Storms thrasti coasts, flood Banks
Seaborn storms assaulted the nation from two sides Sunday in a countinuing
siege that has claimed seven lives, left six people missing, disabled ships and ruin
Gale winds, boiling waves and floodtides swept in from the Atlantic and the
Pacific. Seawalls crumbled. Roads were awash. Ships the size of football fields
were left adrift or aground. The white sands of resort beaches returned to the
On the Outer Banks of North Carolina, residents were stranded as sand and
water inundated N.C. Route 12, the main link to the mainland.
Workers at the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse piled sandbags and broken chunks
of asphalt around a seawall to keep the 1 1 1-year-old landmark from falling into
North Carolina officials said they couldn't assess the damage from four days
of stormy weather on the Outer Banks.
"The water is too high to see how much beach has been lost," said Charles C.
Compher, spokesman for the Cape Hatteras National Weather Service.
"Not being able to get your own mail is
foolish and frustrating," Sitz said.
The hardest place to get to on campus is the
Union, Snyder said. Both libraries are also dif
ficult to navigate, he said.
"Getting close to the Union is a matter of
trial and error," Sitz said, citing the picnic
tables out front as major obstacles.
Smith does not like the new light system in
front of the NCNB Plaza on Franklin Street.
"I can't tell when the sign switches from walk
to don't walk," he said. "I just have to run
Sitz, however, likes the new light. "I think
it's safer because you know cars will stop at the
red light." People who stand around talking
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IF YOU SAW WHO hit a red Maverick in the
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and blocking the sidewalk bother him more.
"They should move over to one side and not
block the pathway," he said.
. . A healthy attitude toward the blind is help
ful to these students. "The students here are
open-minded and friendly," Smith said.
"People should remember that blind people
are just blind, not deaf," Sitz said. "At first
people are ignorant and afraid, anxious and
unsure about confrontations with the blind.
People are really self-conscious about what
they say," he said.
Sitz isn't too self-conscious about his
speech, though. At the conclusion of the in
terview, he said with a laugh, "I'll be looking
for your article.'
J.V. FOOTBALL TEAM good hick on your game .
today at 2 pm Kenan Stadium. We're aO behind
you. And we hope you win. Student gov't.
ITS FINALLY HERE, THE Did You Here the One
About NC State" Joke book. Available at the
Bulkhead and Intimate book stores. A perfect
JANET LYNN, WHATS up! Just cause you've
started a chain reaction with I.V. Presidents! The
new saga I.V. moves to Boston. (One less MOG
to choose from!)
LEAVER CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY!
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -The friends and family
of Ruthie Leaver helped her to celebrate her
twenty-first birthday today. Both of her parents
and a couple of people off the street surprised
her with an array of gifts which included a
birthday card and a fuzzy picture.
Born in Durham, but Tar Heel Bred, Ruthie
Leaver expects to receive her undergraduate
degree in May after only six years at UNC.
Referring to the social outcast, her parents
lamented that "one of our many regrets about
her is that she's such a recluse."
When asked if she had plans for a celebration
tonight Leaver responded that, 1 plan on going
to the cemetary to be with my friends, and then
its on to Pin-ay's to trip the fight fantastic. I just
hope my new hairdo holds up."
XANADU: ITS NIP AND tuck: Little Susantta and I
need you in Maine for endless chocolate chip
cookies, hot tubs, king-size bed. Daniel Martin.
MARY - YOU'RE THE MOST special big sis
anyone could ever dream of! Thanks for being you.
Happy Birthday ('course it's a big deal) Love Trida.
ARE YOU MALE? DO you have access to a coat
and tie for a Nov, 21 cocktail party? We need two
dates. If you fit this description, caO us Monday
10-11 p.m. 967-3410.
WENDY BUTLER, I MIGHT not be able to get you
on the phone, but know that I'm thinking about you!
Have a sweetie of a day and call me. Caroline.
TO THE TWO BAWDY BOOM-BOOMS:
Sstch tasty, too vocal wenches yon are
jostle comes swift and hard on those
who keep it sip. That is, speaking as one
who shoald know, right? Watch yonr
steps, boom booms both, or In the long
one, yonU be the ones -ILW. (not his
YES MARY ITS TRUE Mr. Personal is bringing
you a HAPPY BIRTHDAY wish. Thanks for the
sturdy shoulder much laughter and most of all for
being the best in the world I Love You 21, Dell.
HOLLY P.fl You're such a curie! Have a good day.
Expect a blessing! CR.
CONGRATS TO THE DTD neophytesNow that
you have passed the ritesIt's time that you learned
something new There's lots Little Sisters know how
to do-don 't worry we can teach you too! Love, Little
WANTA ROOM WITH A friend? Both roommates
in 2nd floor James room are moving out this
December. Call 933-4448.