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2The Daily Tar HeelMonday, January
Wilson seeks senior class presidency
as Sprinkle runs for vice president
By JANET OLSON
Cheryl Wilson, an international studies
major, and Randy Sprinkle, an industrial
relations and political science major, both
juniors from Winston-Salem, have an
nounced their candidacy for senior class
president and vice president.
"We would like to work very hard with
the senior class," Wilson said, "by get
ting their opinions and being a voice for
Wilson said that if elected, she and
Sprinkle would place emphasis on next
year's graduation ceremony. Much of
their work would be devoted to inviting a
prominent speaker to the ceremony,
"We feel that our school deserves a
prominent speaker at graduation because
it is of the caliber of many other fine in
stitutions in the country," Sprinkle said.
He added that they would aim not to
find a controversial speaker but to invite
someone with national prominence who a
majority of seniors would support.
In addition, since the class of 1985 will
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be the first to graduate from the Student
Activities Center, Wilson said she hopes
to help ease the transition by making the
graduation ceremony as smooth as possi
ble. Wilson said she would also like to
donate a more valuable senior class gift to
the University, one to be remembered
after the class of 1985 graduates.
If elected, Wilson said she would also
support "senior extras" such as coor
dinating a class trip, sponsoring a home
coming representative, or acquiring block
seats at football games.
The most important "extra," she said,
would be to publish a newsletter in co
operation with the Job Placement Center.
The newsletter would address seniors'
concerns and would inform seniors of
any progress her administration might
Wilson said she hoped to use polls and
surveys to learn where the majority of
seniors' interests lie and to organize those
interests before making decisions.
Wilson has served as a liaison between
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Wednesday. You may also contact Sonya Loving our cam
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Randy Sprinkle and
Kenan Dormitory and STOW Residence
College and has worked for the Per
forming Arts Committee. She has also
done community work with the Biological
Sciences Research Center and with the
Martin flies for governor, stressing education, economic
By WAYNE THOMPSON
RALEIGH The white columns,
plush red carpet and waxed desks in the
old House chamber of the Capitol pro
vided the backdrop for Rep. James G.
Martin Friday as he became the first
Republican to file for governor.
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Sprinkle has served on the Forum
Committee for the Carolina Union and
on the Student National Affairs Com
mittee of Student Government.
In a 15-minute speech to family
members and supporters, Martin pledged
to build on the state's heritage and pro
vide a "new generation of leadership" for
North Carolinians. p-
"We must not be satisfied with the
past," he said, "but strive for the very
best for the future."
Martin said the issues of his campaign
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The Associated Press
Reagan sends Congress details of his
new budget proposal this week, but at
tention also will be focused on the first
round of deficit-reduction talks bet
ween White House officials and a
bipartisan delegation from Capitol
In legislative action, a sweeping
anit-crime package will occupy the
Senate while the House considers a bill
to compensate Vietnam-era veterans
exposed to the defoliant Agent
On Wednesday, the president sends
Congress his budget recommendations
for the 1985 fiscal year that begins
CULVER CITY, Calif. Blurry
videotapes indicate the accident in
would be the ones North Carolinians had
stressed to him in his travels across the
state education, economic develop
ment, crime and political integrity.
"The people of North Carolina want
good schools," he said. "We will not ac
cept the fact that our state stands 44th in
teacher salaries, second from last in
scholastic achievement tests, 50th in
manufacturing wages but we're in the.
top five in drug smuggling and drug traf
ficking," Martin said.
To recruit and keep the best teachers,
the former Davidson College chemistry
professor called for merit pay. "I have
submitted my plan to the teacher's
organization (N.C. Educators) concern
ing merit pay," Martin
said, noting that the group's recent en
dorsement of a merit plan had come after
Martin criticized the state's industrial
recruitment emphasis on the Research
Triangle and added that 16 eastern coun-
For the record
Because of a proofreading error, the
article "UNC Lab Theatre to present
Luv'" (DTH, Jan. 27) incorrectly
reported the starting time for the evening
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which singer Michael Jackson suffered
scalp burns during the filming of a
commercial was caused when
fireworks went off at the wrong time,
his physician said Sunday. Dr. Steven
Hoefflin said he, Jackson and others
reviewed the videotapes, used by
camera operators to set up shot angles
and not for the actual commercial,
Saturday night. Jackson's pomaded
hair was set ablaze when fireworks
went off nearby during the filming of
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during the televised Grammy Awards
on Feb. 28.
ASHEVILLE The state attorney
general's office has asked a federal
judge to refuse a request to overturn
the murder conviction of police-killer
James W. Hutchins.
Hutchins, who killed three law en
forcement officers in Rutherford
County in 1979, is scheduled to die by
lethal injection on March 16.
The state filed the request Thursday
in Asheville for consideration by U.S.
District Judge Woodrow Jones.
ties "are actually worse off because ef
forts to undergird our economy with new
jobs have not balanced statewide." "
While not neglecting three of the state's
biggest industries textiles, tobacco and
furniture Martin said he would attract
higher-paying businesses from the moun
tains to the coast with tax incentives such
as the elimination of the manufacturers'
inventory tax and intangibles tax and im
provements of the state's highway
The tone softened when Martin talked
about North Carolinians' desire for per
sonal integrity in politics. "They want a
leader with dignity whom they can
respect... a government that is open and
honest," he said, calling for an expansion
of the state's open meetings law.
Martin is expected to win the
Republican primary easily, with only
token opposition from Ruby Hooper,
GOP chairman in Burke County.
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