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Volume 93, Issue 134
Thursday, February 6, 1S86
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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By KAREN Y0UNGBL00D
Elections Board Chairman Bruce Lillie ruled
Wednesday that student body president candidate
David Brady was not responsible for personalized
T-shirts used in his campaign.
But some students unhappy about the decision
said they would pursue the case. :
Brady, who did not claim the cost of the shirts
on his campaign expense report, said he should not
be held accountable for the "David Brady for SBP"
T-shirts worn by his Kappa Sigma fraternity
brothers because he did not know about the shirts
Brady and opponent Bryan Hassel made the
student body president runoff election to be held
". . . (The shirts were) a big surprise," Brady said.
"I went to my seat in the Clemson game, and there
were some of my brothers with 'Brady for president
After the election Tuesday night, Max Lloyd and
Vince DiCello filed a formal protest with the
Elections Board about the T-shirts on behalf of SBP
candidate Jack Zemp. Zemp, third in the race, would
get into a runoff with Hassel if Brady were
Bruce Lillie, chairman of the Elections Board,
upheld Brady's position, saying, "Officially, I'm not
going to disqualify David Brady." He said Brady
had spoken with him last semester about the
possibility of the T-shirts appearing.
Zemp said he was upset about Lillie's decision
because he felt Brady was getting away with unfair
"I feel the ruling is wrong not because it puts
me in or out of the election, but because I think
it's wrong," he said. "It violates the ethics that all
of us should have been following. I definitely believe
. . . (the ruling) is going to be pursued."
If the T-shirts are included in Brady's expenses,
he could go over the $420 spending limit for SBP
candidates and be disqualified, depending on the
cost of the shirts. Brady currently claims $375.86
as his campaign expenses.
The dispute over whether to include the shirts
in Brady's expenses concerns whether he was
responsible for making sure the shirts weren't worn
after he knew about them.
Lillie said the laws were too ambiguous to force
Brady to take responsibility for the shirts' cost.
"I'm wondering what David could really do to
tell someone else not to wear something, especially
if they're not associated with the campaign," he said.
'"Is he supposed to steal the shirts or say, 'Hey,
guys, don't wear it?' Someone could make false T
shirts under the same situation, and it would put
the candidate over (the spending limit)."
According to Lillie, the relevant clause in the
election laws is the one that says: "Any gratuities
or services given for or on behalf of a candidate
must have prior consent from such candidate to
be considered a campaign expense. If discovered
- prior to the election, any gratuities must be returned
within twenty-four (24) hours of discovery or shall
be deemed campaign expenditures."
Lillie said he interpreted the law as meaning it
was the responsibility of the Elections Board to
discover the T-shirts and notify Brady that he needed
to remove them. Because the Elections Board did
not do this, Lillie . said, Brady cannot be held
But Andrew Sutherland, Elections Board chair
man two years ago, said he disagreed with Lillie's
interpretation of the clause.
"He's (Brady) got 24 hours if the T-shirts were
discovered before the campaign or it's considered
a campaign expenditure," he said. "Technically,
(before the elections) he didn't have to do anything
until the board told him, but after the elections,
he's responsible for the expenditures of those
"1 think I would have held the campaign
responsible," Sutherland said. ". . . (Lillie's decision)
was based on his interpretation of the law. I read
the law differently. I think a lot of people do."
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By LORETTA GRANTHAM
An unidentified woman was kidnapped from
Franklin Street and sexually assaulted Wednesday
afternoon, according to Chapel Hill police. The
armed assailant, an unidentified male in his 30s,
was still at large late Wednesday night, desk officer
Cathy Williams said.
Police would not say whether the woman was
a UNC student. She was kidnapped between 1 and
2 p.m. near University Presbyterian Church, 209
E. Franklin St., Williams said.
The kidnapper, armed with a handgun, drove the
woman to another location and sexually assaulted
her, according to police reports. She was then
Details of her release and a description of the
suspect's vehicle were not available Wednesday
An admissions representative at N.C. Memorial
Hospital could not say whether the woman had
Police said further information would be available
By SUZANNE JEFFRIES
A disturbance in the ARA director's office
in Lenoir Hall last Friday resulted in
University police issuing a trespass notice to
a former manager, according to police reports.
A discharged Lenoir Hall employee raised
a disturbance because ARA refused to
continue to pay . for his parking permit,
t according to the report. No axrest was made
after the trespassing notice was issued.
Larry J. Graves, former manager of the
Commons, said in a telephone interview
Monday that he had been firpd and escorted
from Lenoir Friday afternoon. The day before
being fired, Graves said, he had given his two
week notice of retirement because he was
dissatisfied with the ARA management team's
treatment of employees.
The ARA management demands an unfair
amount of work from employees in relation
to hours and pay, Graves said. "I felt that
I was abused being a part of the management
team," he said.
Graves said that while at work Friday, he
had received a call to come upstairs to ARA
Food Service Director Connie Branch's office.
When he went into the office, Graves said,
Branch, ARA District Manager Hoyt Taylor
and a University police officer were present.
He said he had been told that because of
his unacceptable actions and two-week notice,
ARA would pay him in cash for the remaining
two weeks but not allow him to work. Then
the officer escorted him from Lenoir Hall.
Branch said in an interview Wednesday that
he had no comment about the incident
because it was a personnel matter. He said
that as of Thursday, Graves had resigned as
manager of the Commons. Taylor could not
be reached for comment.
The parking permit reported in the police
record was not mentioned when Graves asked
management to define his unacceptable
actions, he said. "I couldn't get an answer
from them about why my actions were
.unacceptable," he said.
..." Graves said ARA had paid for his parking
-permit-when he was hired. He' said he had
asked the police officer who escorted him from
the office if he had to return his parking
permit. The officer told him that he could
turn it in or mail it in later, Graves said.
Graves said he had decided to resign when
another manager criticized one of his
employee's work performance as being "no
"I knew better," he said.
Graves said he felt that his race had been
behind the discharge and escort from Lenoir
by police. He said he knew of two other
incidents in which former ARA managers at
the University had given a two-week notice
and were allowed to stay and work. Police
were not involved in either incident, he said,
and both men were white.
Sgt. Ned Comar, security officer for the
University police, said in an interview .
Wednesday that issuing a trespass notice was
not unusual for University police.
"This is generally what happens when
someone is interrupting the general flow of
things at this institution," he said. Police
approach the situation with a neutral
disposition, Comar said. "We try to be, and
we are, fair-based on what's happening in a
given situation," he said. "We don't favor
faculty, staff or students."
He said a police officer must hear one party
ask another to leave the premises before a
trespass notice can be issued.
Mary Smith, a supervisor in the Commons,
said Graves had told her Friday morning that
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back later that afternoon to tell her goodbye
and that that was all she knew about the
incident. Other Commons employees were
reticent to talk about Graves or Friday's
"The overall operation of ARA is not what
it should be," Graves said. Management needs
a better working relationship with employees
so that hiring problems can be solved, he said.
Graves said he had started work as manager
of the Commons in September 1985. He said
he had been commended for doing his job
well but that his January 1986 job appraisal
had rated his performance as marginal. On
ARA's rating scale, exceptional is the highest
ranking, satisfactory the middle, and anything
below marginal is bad, he said.
Graves said management had criticized his
performance, saying he lacked control over
his workers and paid too much attention to
administrative paperwork instead of floor
Student body president
David Brady 1,057
Bryan Hassel 1,055
Jack Zemp 574 .
Ryke Longest 539
Jimmy Greene 521
Billy Warden 381
'Daily Tar Heel' editor
Jim Zook 2,393
Guy Lucas 438
. RHA president
Ray Jones 1,619
H.F. Watts 1,071
John Fanney 671
Senior Class presidentvice president
Courtney Miskavage 277
Senior Ciass secretary
Jackie Jarvis 55 votes
Louie Hughes 32
Cathy Fitts 18
Senior Class treasurer
Patrick Broadway 52
Paul Davenport . ' 43
Carl White 37
Don Lawson 36
Support divestment 2,560
Against divestment 1,130
feal plan referendum!
Against meal plan 3,614
Support meal plan 395
Against increases 3.660
Support increases 155
Against full roomboard 2,757
Support full roomboard 775
Dorm enhancement fund referendum
Support transferring fund to SAFO 1,982
Against transferring fund to SAFO 1 ,236
Support CGC speaker stipend 1 ,498
Against CGC speaker stipend 1.403
Support political funding 2,518
Against political funding 934
Support Elections Board change 1 ,643
Against Elections Board change 1,376
Support CGC name change 1,970
Against CGC name change 1 ,346
Against fluctuating stipends 1,482
Support fluctuating stipends
D-st 1 CGC representatives
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The Residence Hall Association
president race will be resolved in a run
off election Tuesday between Ray Jones
and H.F. Watts.
In addition, Elections Board Chair
man Bruce Lillie ruled Wednesday
against an appeal made Tuesday night
by Don Courtney and Jane Miskavage
that called for a re-election in the Senior
Class president and vice-president race.
Courtney said he and Miskavage .
would not appeal the Elections Board
decision to the Student Supreme Court.
Watts had said after the election
Tuesday that he would call for a re
election because off-campus students
had voted in the RHA president race.
But John Fanney, who placed third
in the race, said Wednesday that he
would not run in a re-election, and
Watts decided to settle for a runoff.
Fanney said, UI won't be running,
because the way it stands now and
seeing the actual results, there won't be
any difference in the turnout.
"My dropping out will save H.F. and
Ray a lot of time as to what another
election will mean," Fanney said. "The
outcome would depend on if I chose
to endorse anyone. My endorsement
would mean that one person would get
the votes that I had."
Watts said: "I think that John's
dropping out will have a great effect
on the election, especially in Morrison,
because that's where Ray lost big. I only
wish I had some time, because I got
no coverage in the . . . Daily Tar Heel
for two days.
"1 don't know who . . . (Fanney) is
going to endorse," Watts said. "The last
time I talked to him, he said he hadn't
made up his mind about who to
Lillie said the fact that off-campus
students voted for RHA president
probably did not have a great effect on
the results, since the percentages of
dorm votes were proportional to votes
at all poll sites.
To avoid counting off-campus votes
in Tuesday's run-off, the Elections
Board will have separate on- and off
campus ballots, Lillie said. The RHA
president race will appear only on the
Miskavage and Courtney had called
for a re-election on grounds that The
Phoenix had failed to give them
campaign coverage and that non
juniors could have voted for Senior
Lillie said he had made his decision
against the appeal by subtracting the
number of non-junior registered votes
at each polling site from David Venable
and Michele Killough's total winning
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By JOY THOMPSON
The Department of Housing will allot 75 percent
of the space in the new Catherine Carmichael
dormitory to undergraduates next fall and has reserved
spaces for special living-learning houses sponsored by
the romance languages and German departments and
the Pharmacy School.
The air-conditioned dorm will be the first new dorm
on campus since Hinton James opened in 1968.
Any off- or on-campus student who turns in his
housing contract and $75 pre-payment before 5 p.m.
Friday can be considered for the new dorm. The
remaining spaces will be reserved for new students.
Students will be assigned to Carmichael based on
the results of the second of two preliminary drawings,
which will be held Tuesday, Feb. 18.
Off-campus students may apply to live in Carmi
chael. If they are unsucessful in the preliminary
drawing, they may enter the Feb. 26 waiting-list
Housing Director Wayne Kuncl said Tuesday that
his department was considering all students for
Carmichael because the opening of a new dorm was
such a rare event. But after the first year, he said,
the department will return to its regular policy where
off-campus students can get back on campus only
through the waiting-list drawing.
Kuncl said housing administrators were considering
placing students into four pilot living-learning houses
in the new dorm. The French and Spanish houses will
be sponsored by the romance languages department,
the German house by the German department and
the health sciences pre-prpfessional house by George
Cocolas, associate dean of the School of Pharmacy.
Kuncl said there had been such houses on campus
in the past, and the new dorm opening would give
the University a chance to experiment with them again.
L.D. Newman, who helped the housing department
coordinate the programs with the academic depart
ments, said faculty members initiated the programs.
"We were very excited about the number of faculty
members who came forward and were ready to take
on the extra responsibility," Newman said Tuesday.
Faculty members from the participating departments
are responsible for selecting the students and running
the programs, she said.
Students interested in living in the houses should
either inform the housing department or contact faculty
members. Faculty members already have recruited
students. Newman said. But even students who are
selected for the houses must indicate on their contracts
whether they want to live in Carmichael, she said.
"If pre-selected students don't get into Carmichael
... (after the drawing), housing can still make
arrangments for them," Newman said. "No one has
any squatters rights on any of the the rooms at this
Eight men and eight women will be selected for each
of the language programs, and 24 men and 24 woman
will be chosen for the health sciences program, Kuncl
Sidney Smith, chairman of the German department,
said the students for the German house were selected
over the past two and a half weeks through a "fairly
demanding screening process." Students were chosen
on the basis of academic achievement and motivation
to learn, Smith said.
The German house would be "the next best thing
to living in the country," Smith said. "It would be
an environment where the students would speak
German on a constant basis." The house would have
students just returning from Germany and others
preparing to visit Germany, he said.
In addition to having German programs and
discussions in the dorm. Smith said, the German
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