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2The Daily Tar HeelFriday, January 25. 1985
JV cheerleader remains in critical condition
By RACHEL STIFFLER
Robin Davidson, a junior varsity cheerleader who
fractured her skull in a fall before a basketball game
on January 15, remains in critical condition in North
Carolina Memorial Hospital with no significant
improvements or complications.
Tanya Beeren, a sophomore from Charlotte and
a friend of Davidson, said Davidson has had "good
and bad spells, but lately there had been more good
ones than bad ones maybe because everyone has
been praying so hard for her."
Doctors are draining cerebrospinal fluid from
Davidson's brain and are monitoring her heart and
cranial pressure, Beeren said. The high dosages of
medication that Davidson is being given to lower the
pressure are keeping her in an unconscious state. "The
doctors have started reducing the medication during
the past week, but they can't reduce it for long periods
of time because the pressure goes back up," Beeren
Beeren said the pressure was down on Wednesday
night but had risen again yesterday morning. "It seems
to come and go about every twelve hours," she said,
adding that even though Davidson was not being given
pain-killing medication, she had felt no pain in her
"She's really not on her way to getting better yet.
Right now it could swing both ways. They won't know
about brain damage until she wakes up. And they
don't know how long it will take her to recover once
she does wake up; it could be a year."
Beeren said Davidson's parents were doing well,
and that she and other close friends were constantly
there at the hospital to help them through this difficult
time and also to answer questions from Davidson's
friends. "We're going to be here as long as it takes,"
Carrboro alderman ban drinking beer, wine in public
By KAREN ROGERS
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen
agreed Tuesday night to place a ban
on the public consumption of beer and
wine on town property.
Beer and wine are not included in
the State law, which already prohibits
the public consumption of liquor.
Chapel Hill has had such an ordinance
The ban was requested by Alderman
John Boone. He said that merchants
in west Carrboro had been complaining
about the problem, and while he said
it has been an issue for several years,
the merchants brought their complaints
to town officials only recently. He said
that, there had also been complaints
about drinking in public parks at
Boone said the ban went into imme
diate effect and covers any area that
is the property oT the town, from
sidewalks to parks.
Carrboro Mayor Jim Porto, on the
other hand, said he thought the city was
taking too broad an approach to the
problem. He said he felt that there are
some occasions, such as small picnics,
the Fourth of July, etc., in which public
consumption of beer and wine is
acceptable and harmless. Porto's posi
tion, however, does not allow him to
vote on such matters except in the case
of a tie.
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'Yack' sittings begin Feb. 4
Senior and underclassman Yackety
Yack portraits will be made on campus
beginning Feb. 4, with graduation caps
and gowns available for senior portraits.
All portraits will be shot on an
appointment basis. The first week's
appointments will be available to
There is no charge to have the picture
appear in the &5 Yack, scheduled to
be ready in the fall.
Portraits will be taken Monday
through Friday in room 220 of the
Student Union, 9 a.m. to noon and 1
For appointments, call 962-3912.
Subscriptions for the 1985 Yack can
be purchased at the sitting or are
available in the Yack office in room 106
of the Union. The yearbook costs $18.
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Winner of the Miss Omega Psi Phi Pageant last night was Desiree Smith.A
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i Campus Calendar
7 p.m. Granville IVCF with Con
gressman Bill Cobey at
Chapel of the Cross.
Union Free Flick: Terms of
IVCF North chapter meeting
in Union 205.
8 p.m. WXYC 60s Dance in Great
9:30 a.m. Anglican Student Fellowship
Saturday Breakfast at Chapel
of the Cross.
10:30 a.m. Chimera presents Chime-
11 p.m. Gaming Society Dungeons
and Dragons Tourney in the
7 p.m. & Free Flick B-Movie Night;
12:30 p.m.Invasion of the Bee Girls,
Detour, Little Shop of Hor
rors, They Saved Hitler's
Brain in the Union
11 a.m. Gaming Society Dungeons
and Dragons Tourney in the
11:30 a.m. Chimera presents Chime
raCon II in the Union.
7 p.m. Candidates Forum in Great
7&9p.m.Free Flick: That Obscure
Object of Desire in the Union.
For the record
A story on property taxes (Jan.
23,DTH) incorrectly stated that stu
dents could pay six times their monthly
rent in lieu of listing their property. The
story should have said students could
pay taxes on the value represented by
six times their monthly rent. The Daily
Tar Heel regrets the error.
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am-12 pm, 1 pm-5 pm. Please call 962
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