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4The Daily Tar HeelThursday. September 30. 1982
Do you support the players or the management in the
National Football Players strike? Why?
By HOPE BUFFINGTON
At a press conference Tuesday, Heman
Clark, secretary for state crime control
and public safety, said the continuing
protests near the PCB landfill were pre
venting highway patrolmen from doing
their jobs patrolling the roads.
"You hear about all these traffic acci
dents, and I have to wonder about how
many of those would have been pre
vented if the troopers were out there do
ing what they're supposed to do," Clark
The Patrol began securing the area
around the PCB dumping site two weeks
' ago and troopers have been removing and
arresting demonstrators in order to keep
the roads clear and traffic flowing, said
Bill Phillips, assistant secretary of state
crime control and public safety.
Phillips said that 70 to 90 troopers were
assigned to Warren County. The number
is less than 10 percent of the available
patrolmen in North Carolina. i
Troopers in Warren County have been
there since the dumping began two weeks
ago, Phillips added that the men were
from different patrol districts in the sur
rounding area so no area is without avail
Phillips said the need for patrolmen
was warranted by the lack of available
law enforcement in Warren County to
handle demonstrations. Warren County's
Sheriffs Department has an available
staff of under 10 people.
Phillips said he believed troopers sta
" tioned in Warren County would be need
ed only for another three to four weeks or
until the clean-up was completed. The
National Guard will not be called into
Warren County unless troopers become
unable to oversee activity at the dump site
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Patrolmen carry demonstrator from PCB dumping ground
... troopers are stationed in Warren County to keep traffic flowing
For the record
A headline titled "Appearance Com- pun video game arcade on Franklin, Stfeet
mission aims' for more beautiful Chapel was contesting a commission rejection of
Hill; arcade, contests j rulihg , on sign" the sign proposed for the arcade. Barrel pf
(DTH, Wednesdax,SepU 29) wasJncoT jfun is jiot contesting , the decision. The
recti Thejeadiinc implied jthat Barrel of pTH regrets he; error. :t :L: v
In the story "ews on Lebanon aired in
Spreak-out' on campus" (DTHt Mon
day, Sept. 27), Mike Harold's name was
incorrectly spelled Harrell due to an
'editing error. The DTH regrets the
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Alphonzo Gilliam Jr., 18, freshman computer science
major, Fayetteville: "I support the management. I believe
the players are making enough money right now and they
shouldn't ask for any more. The star athletes are the main
ones who are complaining.
Will Gaines, 19, sophomore business administration
major, Gastonia: "I'm on the players' side. I feel the
management should share the profits with the players.
However, I think it's a shame that there is a strike because
it's just a game and the fans are hurt more by it."
Nancy Randall, 22, graduate student in city and
regional planning, Summit, N.J.: "I support the owners. I
think the players are demanding far too much money and
they are using their media position to blackmail the
Mia Freeman, 17, freshman accounting major, Fayet
teville: "I guess I support the players because they seem to
, be doing a lot. The basketball players are getting more
. money than them and it seems like they're not doing as
5 much. Football just seems rough why not" get more
money? Football is in demand." -
Steve Zorn, 18, freshmarr computer science major,
Asheboro: "I'm totally against the strike, because I feel
that they're making a substantial amount of money at the
present time. Personally, I think that they are just trying
to compete with the baseball players. They make enough
money now. They are not suffering."
Sandy Blalock, 18, freshman political science major,
Fayetteville: "I support the players. Since they are the
least paid professional players as well as the most exposed
to the public, they should get more money. Also, football
is a high-risk sport and, although I don't know if they
should get as much as they are asking for, they should get
more than they do now."
Rodney McNeill, 19, sophomore business major, Lill
ington: "I support the owners' side. I think the players
make enough money as it is now. They make much more
than the average American now, anyway."
Blake Wood, 26, graduate student in French literature,
Mobile, Ala.: "I definitely support the players because it's
absurd that so much money is made in the sport. Based on
the players' skills, they are the sport. They simply don't
get what they earn." .
Interviews conducted by staff Mmter'niiaS,S:
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Due to fall break, block seating
rosters for the N.C. State game will
be due at noon instead of 1 1 a.m.
on Monday, Oct. 1 1 at the Carolina
Athletic Association office.
- There will be a public drawing for
block seats in front of the ticket of
fice for the State game at 1:15 p.m.
on the same day.
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The following employers and graduate school f eprescr.tatives will be oa CKtipus to discuss
job opportunities and academic programs on the dtcs jndxatcd. ;
Students can sign up for appointments with th2 representatives dht days ahead of the
visit in the University Placement Office, 21 1 Hones Hdl, A resume is necessary at the time a
student signs up far an interview. This is to be put in the folder accompanying the sign-up
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-Date t Organizatlca
MondayOct. H Duke University
- The Quaker Oats Company "
Meredith College Lersl Assistants Program
A.M. PuIIen & Company
Southern National Dank ' - ? , y
Humana, Inc. ' ,
SCI Systems, Inc. '
American Hospital Supply Corporation
Tuesday, Oct. 12 American Hospital Supply Corporation '-
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Adrranistratioa
Stauffer Chemical Company
Blue Bell, lac, - - ' , -
- Kennedy School of Government
Dcloitte Haskins Si Sells -
Wednesday, Oct. ! 3 ' Deloitte Haskins & Sells
, Frito-Lay, Inc.
UOP, Inc., Corporate Research Center
; ' ' Hallmark Cards, Inc.
(-'--' 3,3. Haines & Co., Inc. , '
" PCA International, Inc. , ' - .
' ;t ' ' - ' U.S. Information Agency '
Thursday, Oct. 14 - Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Com-ar.y ' - ' ' .':
Adyanced Micro Devices ' -
University of Chicago Graduars School of Badness , '
University of Richmond T.C William School of Law
Friday, Oct. 15 General Telephone Company of Southeast
Ficiderest Mills , ' -
Main Hurdman '
Brittain, Gilbert & Associates, PA . .
Seidman & Sciiman, CPAs '
Cannon Mills Company
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