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2The Daily Tar Heelfluesday, March 27, 1984
Fewer applicants may lead to lower standards at UNC
Primary wars continue
By DIANA BOSNIACK
While a recent study shows that the
number of people in the nation's high
schools is decreasing, UNC and state
education officials say they're not ex
pecting a significant drop in college en
rollment across North Carolina.
The number of graduating high school
students, which peaked at 3.2 million in
1977 will drop to 2.3 million in 1992, ac
cording to a study by the Western Inter
state Commission for Higher Education.
The effects of the decrease won't be
felt much on the UNC campus, Anthony
Strickland, assistant director of under
graduate admissions, said in a recent interview.
"It's tough to sav" what effect it will
Salvador presidential elections have
The Associated Prai
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador
Unofficial returns Monday showed
moderate Jose Napoleon Duarte leading
in El Salvador's first presidential election
in seven years, but he appeared likely to
face a runoff with right-wing candidate
The results, tabulated by Duarte's own
Christian Democratic Party, were similar
to estimates given by U.S. observers who
said they were based on unofficial infor
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have, Strickland said. The admissions of
fice has anticipated the decline, and in
1983 received about 70 fewer applications
than in the year before.
"As it stands, we're down (in applica
tions) this year," he said. "The office
received more than 12,000 applications
last year, and we expect lO.tXXM 1,000
The admissions process itself will re
main the same, he said. However, he
said, "We'll probably be taking people
who we might not have taken in the
previous years or who were waitlisted."
The Western Interstate Commission's
study was done by collecting birth data
and the number of students graduating
from high schools, said Louise Lawrence,
administrative secretary for the study. "It
was a straight add and subtract thing,
mation from the Central Election Coun
cil, which oversees the tabulation.
The official vote count, suspended
after a dispute at the election computer
center, resumed Monday and the council
promised it would have the first results
available Monday evening. But final
results may not be known until later in
"Seventy-five percent of the people
voted against d'Aubuisson, against the
death squads, against the violence of the
extreme right and the extreme left and
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Lawrence said the study had definite
implications for colleges. "There will be
fewer students out there to pick from
The study shows that for North
Carolina public schools, the number of
high school graduates peaked in 1980-81
with 70,168 and will continue to decline
to 58,424 students in 1992-93.
The decline in graduates also was con
firmed by the N.C. Department of In
struction. "We expect the enrollment to
continue to drop slowly for the next few
years," said department spokesman Tom
Davis. "If it's a very great decrease, not
as many students will be eligible for
higher education. V
In 1982-83, there were 1,086,000
cturVntc attending public schools in
against the guerrillas," Duarte said at a
D'Aubuisson has denied accusations
he is connected with the death squads
blamed for so many of the killings in El
Salvador's 4'i years of civil war. He
favors crushing the guerrillas militarily,
while Duarte favors negotiating with
them. The leftists call the elections a
"farce" and did not. participate.
Julio Adolfo Rey Prendes, the Chris
tian Democrats' secretary-general said,
"We still have hopes for a first-round vic
tory but I personally think we will get just
over 48 percent of the vote."
If neither gets more than 50 percent,
there will be a runoff between the top two
vote-getters. Some have expressed con
cern that a contest between the bitter
rivals Duarte and d'Aubuisson could fur
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North Carolina, according to the depart
ment. The projected figures for 1986-87
will drop to 1,047,000 students.
The College Board, which co
sponsored the commission study, said the
nationwide decline would have a great
impact on colleges.
"There will be enormous implications
for colleges heavily dependent on the
traditional age groups of students
graduating from high schools," said
Janet Hansen, assistant director for
policy analysis of the College Board.
"Most analysts predict there will be some
decline," she said. The projected rate of
decrease in college enrollment is about 5
percent to 15 percent. She added that the
biggest enrollment loss would be seen in
private liberal arts colleges.
ther promote instability.
Duarte said his party estimates that 30
to 35 percent of the people who tried to
vote could not because of irregularities,
mainly bureaucratic bungling.
In Washington, President Reagan
called the election "another victory for
freedom over tyranny" and said, "Those
valiant people braved guerrilla violence
and sabotage to do what we take for
granted casting their vote for presi
dent." ' ';
Sen. William V. Roth Jr., R-11. said:
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step forward in the democratic process."
When he asked people why they were
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From Associated Press reports
Connecticut was the scene of last
minute primary campaigning by two of
the three remaining Democratic presi
dential hopefuls Monday, the day
before the state's primary.
Colorado senator Gary Hart accused
Walter Mondale of advocating a Cen
tral America policy that would lead to
U.S. bloodshed in that area, while
Jesse Jackson said that he would divert
money earmarked for weapons to end
poverty in the United States.
Mondale responded to Hart's chal
lenge in a session with Manhattan col
lege students by saying that the people
of Central America should be allowed
to make their own decisions and
"forces of all big powers should get out
U.S. diplomat wounded
STRASBOURG, France The U.S.
consul general to France was shot and
wounded by a gunman on a motorcycle
Monday as the diplomat was driving to
Robert Onan Homme, 43, was hit by
three of the five bullets fired at him. He
suffered superficial wounds to the face,
neck and chest, and was being held for
observation overnight in a local
A Lebanese group named Lebanese
Armed Revolutionary Factions claimed
responsibility for the shooting and said
that Homme is a member of the CIA.
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A panel discussion, "What's Happening to
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distinguished local authorities on planning of
land and water use, will be held Saturday,
from 10 a.m. to noon, in rooms 208-209 of the
Carolina Union. The forum, sponsored by
New Hope Audubon Society as part of the
Carolina Symposium, will feature: William
Campbell, professor, UNC Institute of
Government: Jonathon Howes, director, UNC
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Mass. rapists sentenced
FALL RIVER, Mass. Three of
the four men convicted in the barroom
rape of a 22 year-old mother of two
were sentenced to serve from nine to 12
years in prison for the crime.
Daniel Silva, 27, Victor Raposo, 23,
and John Cordeiro, 24, were all sen
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Walpole State Prison, a maximum
The fourth defendant, John Vieira,
28, was sentenced to serve only six to
eight years. The prosecuting district at
torney recommended the lighter
sentence because Vieira had no prior
Gift bewilders feds
MANTJEO, N.C. The sudden gift
of 120,000 acres of land by Prudential
Insurance Co. to the federal govern
ment has left federal officials in a Quan
dary over how to manage a massive
new wildlife jefuge.
The land was donated by Prudential
on March 14 to form the Alligator
River National Wildlife Refuge. But
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says
that it has no funds budgeted to
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