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Copyright 1 984 The Daily Tar Heel
Here comes the nev boss
The first Campus Governing
Council meeting of the fall
semester will happen at 8 p.m.
today in room 226 of the
Carolina Union. We'll be there,
and you can come, too.
Serving the students and the University community since 1893
Volume 92, Issue 32
Wedenesday, August 29, 1984
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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By MIKE ALLEN
Denouncing any more "haphazard"
construction on the UNC campus, Stu
dent Body President Paul Parker said
Tuesday he was opposed to the building
of a parking deck that might be built with
excess funds raised by the Rams Club for
the Student Activities Center.
The Rams Club, also known as the
Educational Foundation Inc., raised
almost $5 million more than it needed for
the SAC. Some UNC administration
officials have said the University could use
the money to build a parking deck.
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Terry Long, a sophomore from Lumberton, takes a break from afternoon work in Kenan Stadium
The varsity football managers were readying the stadium for a football scrimmage this afternoon.
Expresses 'deep and
Jackson says Democratic party is
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Jesse Jackson announced his "deep
andintense" support for Walter Mon-
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nee's home, announced that they would
make several. joint campaign
"My support will be broad-based, my
involvement willl be deep and intense,"
said Jackson, who often has publicly
chided Mondale for not moving quickly
enough to involve blacks, Hispanics and
Campus groups begin to ask
for space in new dormitory
By CHERYL WILLIAMS
The new $6.8 million residence
hall under construction next to
Teague residence hall will be com
pleted and ready to house students
Rustiri Collin, associate director
of University Housing, said the five
floor air-conditioned building would
house about 495 students.
The dormitory, which is accessible
to handicapped students, is designed
for single- and double-room
Although some suggestions have
been made on who should live in the
dormitory, Collin said no final
decisions had been made.
All final decisionswill be made
within the next few months.
Some academic departments have
asked for space, Collins said. For
example, some want a floor or a
group of rooms set aside as a living
learning center for students studying
Athletics departments have asked
for space for grant-in-aid students.
Others have requested housing for
honors students. Collins said the
honors Droeram used to house
Iam an idealist. I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my way. Carl Sandburg
these days is cranes," Parker said. "1 will
oppose any more construction which
detracts from the natural beauty of the
campus," he added.
Parker said he is also disturbed about
a proposal to build an Athletic Develop
ment Center as an addition to Kenan
Stadium field house.
"First of all, it wouldn't look right
sticking out on the side of the field house.
Secondly, too many trees will have to be
cut down," Parker said.
According to Parker, a land use plan
which outlined where buildings should
and should not be built was used in the
intense' support for Mondale
women in his campaign.
Jackson added that "we have a right
to be unified without being uniform."
Asked if he had agreed to stop
attacking Mondale, Jackson said: "IVe
not been attacking him. I will always
reserve the right to challenge and
express myself. I have not taken any
vow of silence."
Mondale's meeting with Jackson
took place a few hours after he received
a ringing , endorsement from John
Anderson, the former Republican
congressman who broke with his party
in 1980 to wage an independent cam
paign for president.
Anderson told a rally at the Univer
sity of Illinois that "those who walked
with me in 1980 ... I am asking with
all the urgency I can summon to walk
with me now in support of the Mondale
With Mondale standing at his side,
Jackson said he was satisfied that the
nominee was bringing blacks, Hispanics
students on the fourth floor of
Morrison residence hall, but this was
Collin said the housing office
would also continue reserving space
for freshmen. He added he was not
sure how much space would . be
reserved for them in the new dor
mitory. Presently the University
reserves 50 percent of available space
"We're trying to make it as open
as possible," Collins said.
"The process of assignment will
afford some returning students
, access to the building," he said. "We
will try to be as fair as possible to
give students a chance to compete
"We will follow a random process
of assignment to give all students a
chance regardless of ethnic
Collins said all the groups that
requested space would be considered
when the decisions were made. The
housing department, the Residence
Hall Association and the Housing
Advisory Board, made up of faculty,
will make the final decision.
No name has been selected for the
building yet, Collins said
"The most common sight on campus these days is cranes. I
will oppose any more construction which detracts from the natural
beauty of the campus." Paul Parker
1920s but has since been abandoned. The
UNC Board of Trustees now decides when
buildings should be built, but not where
they should be built, Parker said.
"The trustees don't look at maps of
campus, they just look at drawings and
plans of proposed buildings along with
the requests for the building and if it looks
good, they o.k. it without worrying about
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and women onto his campaign staff.
Jackson did most of the talking at
the news conference after Mondale
opened by saying that "weVe just
completed a very useful conversation."
The Democratic nominee said Jack
son "will be working closely with me.
We will be campaigning together."
Pressed as to whether he was giving
an unqualified endorsement to Mon
dale, Jackson said, "I intend to embrace
the ticket. I intend to campaign for the
While Mondale was collecting And
erson's endorsement and moving to
smooth over differences with black
leaders, his running mate, Geraldine
Ferraro, was in New Jersey raising
questions about President Reagan's
ability to keep the peace in a second
"The question is: Over-the next four
years what will happen to my son John
and your children and grandchildren?"
she asked. "Will this president, unres
trained by the need for re-election,
heighten the risk of war?
New alcohol policy education efforts begin
By JIM ZOOK
UNC student and administrative
officials recently announced the adop
tion of a campus-wide alcohol policy,
but those guidelines are not the end of
efforts to inform students about respon
Fred Schroeder, dean of student life,
is chairing a committee that will put
together a new alcohol education
program for UNC students. Schroeder,
who served on the task force that put
together the new campus policy, said
he thought the policy was a good one.
The new policy is a two-page doc
ument that specifies locations on
campus where students are allowed to
have parties where alcohol is served, and
spells out certain provisions that
sponsoring organizations must follow
or face possible penalties.
Mark Stafford, president of the
Residence Hall Association, has
expressed support for penalizing resi
dence halls that sponsor parties and
don't follow RH A rules.
"We (the RHA Board of Governors)
where it will go on campus," he said.
Parker said there was a lack of knowl
edge on the part of the trustees concerning
where buildings are on campus. "I was
leading a group of trustees around campus
the other day and several times I heard
'What's that building?' or TVe never seen
that building before,' " Parker said.
The fact that there is presently no land
use policy for the UNC campus concerns
'I dont want to take that chance,"
she said, adding that Mondale would
trade "proposals, not insults" with the
Soviets if elected president.
Anderson received 5.7 million votes
in 1980 nearly 7 percent of the 85
In 14 states carried by President
Reagan, Anderson's vote was larger
than the margin by which Reagan
defeated then-President Carter.
Mondale thanked Anderson for his
support and then told the crowd that
"this morning the White House said
John Anderson is a 'nobody' ... but
John Anderson is a somebody."
James A. Lake, spokesman for the
Reagan-Bush campaign, was quoted by
The Washington Post as saying: "Who's
John Anderson? Nobody. He's not a
factor. People have forgotten who John
"John Anderson doesn't have a
constituency," Lake said. "There is not
a large body of Republicans ouf there
who will belong to John Anderson
because they are not unhappy with
will be discussing including among the
power of the RHA treasurer to freeze
the funds of a residence college that does
not follow our guidelines," Stafford
The committee designed to look into
a new education program has been
assembled for several months, but has
not met yet because the members
wanted to have the campus policy in
hand before they went to work.
Schroeder now expects this committee
to begin working and he has some ideas
on what the committee will be trying
"The thing we need to look toward
as a committee is to find a happy
medium between personal freedoms,
the enjoyment of life, and necessary
social constraints," Schroeder said.
"Once we find that point, we will engage
the community in an effort to sustain
and as necessary adjust that point."
One topic that received a good deal
of debate by the committee formulating
the policy was whether or not student
fees should be available for the purchase
of alcohol. Graduate and Professional
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Parker. The rumored parking deck would
take two years to complete, he said. "If
you lose 700 (parking) spaces for two
years, why build it at all? Seven hundred
lost spaces for a 2,000 space parking deck
will only be 1 ,300 spaces net," Parker said.
If the BOT looks into the plan and
approves construction of the deck, it still
must be approved by the UNC Board of
Governors and the N.C. General
Gordon Rutherford, director of the
UNC Planning Office, said the land use
policy was in the process of being
By WAYNE THOMPSON
Democratic Congressman Ike
Andrews and 4th District challenger Bill
Cobey are scheduled to make a rare
joint appearance Oct. 9 at a forum in
"It's on his calendar," Cobey press
secretary Steve Long said Tuesday in
a telephone interview.
Separately, Cobey announced in a
Raleigh news conference Tuesday that
he had sent a written challenge to
Andrews for at least two debates in
addition to the scheduled forum. Cobey
set a Sept. 15 deadline for Andrews'
Andrews spokesman Jini Hughes in
Washington said the Congressman
would respond in writing, as requested
by Cobey, before publicly answering
questions about Cobey 's call for a
debate. In a statement issued by
Hughes, Andrews said Cobey would
have an answer in a couple of days.
"He's giving a deadline which I plan
to meet and he's asked for a written
response which I certainly plan to
provide," Andrews said.
Whether or not Andrews makes his
first formal appearance alongside
Cobey in the debate, an N.C. League
of Women Voters official said the Oct.
9 forum will give both candidates
opportunity to examine their positions
on the issues.
Local league president Gay Eddy said
the forum would adhere to a three-part
format. Cobey and Andrews first will
answer written questions submitted to
them by the League in advance, answer
questions from a four-member panel
which will include at least one UNC
official, and then field written questions:
Martin, Edmisten meet, bieker
The Associated Press
RALEIGH Attorney General
Rufus Edmisten and U.S. Rep. Jim
Martin traded verbal blows Tuesday
when a schedule change caused the
gubernatorial candidates to appear
together during a transportation forum.
Edmisten opened with a mildly
worded statement on highway issues,
but Martin followed by sharply accus
ing the Democratic attorney general of
neglecting the bid-rigging scandal and
promising more than he could deliver.
In an interview afterward, Edmisten
complained that the forum had been
a "media event" that gave Martin a
chance to make "cheap shots."
Originally, the N.C. Highway Users
Convention wasn't supposed to bring
Edmisten and Martin together. Martin
was scheduled to appear with Sen. Jesse
Helms, R-N.C, and Edmisten with
Gov. Jim Hunt, who is running against
But Helms and Hunt didn't show up,
Student Federation President Tom
Terrell, a committee member and avid
proponent for this, explained the
"The committee originally adopted
the official University position that
alcohol can't be purchased with student
fees," he said. "But, amidst a general
tightening of provisions, the committee
decided to follow a more relaxed policy.
We felt a more relaxed policy on the
use of student fees was entirely conson
ant with the overall purpose of the new
Terrell wrote a statement for the
committee which said student fees could
be used to buy alcohol on three grounds:
Student organizations should try to
have alternative beverages and food
when alcohol is served; Graduate
student fees could be used for depart
mental socials, which the statement
describes are "commonly no more than
wine and cheese parties"; The policy
would deem unnecessary "separate
accounts ... of voluntary social fees
which ... would encourage end of the
year 'blowouts to expend all remaining
reevaluated by the University. Rutherford
said campus construction was not done
haphazardly, but in an organized fashion.
"The Board of Trustees and the faculty
building and grounds committee decide
where buildings go on campus," Ruther
ford said. "If there is an approval for a
parking deck, it will be handled out of
Rutherford said the University consi
dered building a parking deck in 1960 and
1973, but problems arose with funding.
"We have asked the legislature to let us
build a deck. As of right now, nothing
has been decided," Rutherford said.
"I think the closest we will come to
a one-on-one debate is when they will
be asked questions by the audience,"
said Katherine Emerson, chair of voter's
service for the League's local chapter
and organizer of the forum.
Emerson added, however, that the
forum's format does not allow candi
dates to fire questions at each other.
If Andrews refuses to debate Cobey and
the forum becomes the single joint
appearance of the campaign, Emerson
said she didn't see how Cobey could
use the forum to debate Andrews
because candidates are permitted only
to respond to questions.
The forum will be sponsored by the
League, Chapel Hill-Carrboro Com
mon Cause, the local chapter of the
N.C. State Employees Association and
the UNC Campus Y. Village Cable
plans to videotape the forum, a pro
duction assistant said Tuesday.
Long said he hoped Andrews would
accept Co bey's request for a debate, but
denied that Cobey was trying to engage
Andrews because of a perception that
Cobey is currently running behind
Andrews in the 4th District race.
"I would suggest we're a little
behind," Long said, "but Bill felt an
obligation and responsibility as a
candidate to debate the issues."
Cobey, a former UNC athletic direc
tor, lost a close race to Andrews in 1982
and lost in the 1980 lieutenant governor's
race to Jimmy Green.
The forum will also feature three
candidates running for two N.C. Senate
seats in the 16th District, which includes
Chapel Hill. The candidates are incum
bents Russell Walker and Wanda Hunt,
both Democrats, and Republican
challenger Archie Rich.
sending spokesmen instead, and the
sponsors revised the schedule.
Martin told the audience of about 1 50
truckers, farmers and state officials that
"for years, roads and highways have
been the politics of illusion in North
"I realize that the politics of illusion
need to give way to the politics of
integrity, where we don't make promises
that we don't have any intention or the
wherewithal to keep," said Martin.
In an interview, Martin said that he
had collected news stories quoting
Edmisten during campaign appearances
as "promising about every conceivable
Edmisten, however, said the only
highway project he'd committed himself
to was Interstate 40 to Wilmington,
which Martin also supported.
"I don't think Mr. Martin has been
with me when I've said I want to treat
all areas of the state fairly," said
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Another provision states that all
alcohol at a student organization party
must be purchased at retail. James
Cansler, associate vice chancellor for
student affairs, explained the reasoning
behind that provision.
"That grew out of concern from
campus representatives of all 16 schools
in the University system that beer
distributors have tried to promote their
products by giving beer to fraternities
and student groups free," Cansler said.
"This provides a party that the purpose
of attending is to drink."
Cansler expressed the ways he hoped
the newly adopted policy increased
responsible drinking among students.
"To have a written policy that applies
across the board will be very helpful
because it will be a simple clarification
of the structure (of the laws)," he said.
"Also, the policies for guidelines as
conditions to providing alcoholic
beverages at residence hall events, and
other parties, is going to ensure com
pliance with state law, a criteria for
responsible use of alcoholic beverages."