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18The Tar Heel Thursday, May 29, 1986
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THE Daily Crossword by Larry Goldhirsch
5 A few
14 Cake decorator
16 "Good Times"
21 Author Ferber
22 Set of rules
24 Actress Diana
26 Comp. dir.
31 Leading race
33 Some tourna
ments 34 Recount
39 "The Times
40 Further on
45 Cassowary kin
48 Ovine sound
51 Slugger Mel
53 Actor Majors
58 To and
65 El , Tex.
66 Bicycle part
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Brad Daugherty and Warren
The combination of last year's
class, with this group should result
in the Tar Heels finishing the decade
like they started it: repeatedly
reaching the Final Four.
Last year's top recruiting class
belonged to Louisville. Just a little
food for thought:
Former North Carolina pitcher
Scott Bankhead made his first
major-league appearance May 25.
He pitched four innings of relief for
the Kansas City Royals. He was just
recalled from the minors a few days
before. Earlier in the year, Bankhead
held the Royals scoreless for seven
innings, while pitching for his minor
league squad in an exhibition game.
It was rumored that he was on his
Last year's number one draft
choice and former North Carolina
catcher B.J. Surhoff was named the
Milwaukee Brewer minor-league
player of the month for April. He
hit .436 and drove in 10 runs.
Surhoff could make it to the parent
club this year, probably in Sep-
tember when rosters are allowed to
increase. Surhoff has been rated as
a canVmiss propect.
Maybe the Los Angeles Lakers
should make a deal with the Phi
ladelphia 76ers for the number one
choice in the upcoming National
Basketball Association draft. They
could certainly use another big man.
Their inability to play both Akeem
Olajuwon and Ralph Sampson
effectively revealed their need for a
new power forward. Kareem Abdul
Jabbar will not play much longer;
what are they going to do then?
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All Rights Reserved
68 Wound mark
69 Turk, rulers
3 of clay
8 Comp. dir.
9 Singer Kathryn
10 Lounge about
11 Assumed name
28 "Grand Ole "
30 Foliated rock
32 Full of cracks
37 Property claim
38 Stately trees
43 Comic Coca
44 Ms Garbo
47 Writer Glyn
52 Ice pinnacle
55 Cooling' drinks
57 Ariz, city
60 Crude metals
62 Certain drs.
The report also includes detailed
descriptions of sexually explicit
photographs, and of dialogue and
action in the movies.
Commission Spokeswoman Dee
Kuhn said Monday that listing
pornographic materials was part of
the panel's mission.
"They were a fact-finding com
mission. This was part of the fact
finding," she said. Kuhn said explicit
descriptions were provided in the
reports because when law enforce
ment agents are seeking to prove
something obscene, they must des
But, Lynn said, "I cannot imagine
that this commission which claims
to believe that distribution of sexual
material is a national menace would
reprint what amounts to a national
bibliography of porn, with graphic
descriptions of every conceivable
and some inconceivable sex
Kuhn said the report and lists
were based on investigations of 16
adult bookstores in several cities:
Washington, Baltimore, Miami,
Philadelphia and Boston.
"Materials were rented, pur
chased or obtained from the United
States Postal Inspection Service, the
United Sates Customs Service aid
state and local police agencies that
has been seized or otherwise
obtained during the course of official
investigations of commercial obs
cenity sales and distribution,"
according to the report released by
the ACLU Monday.
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4 and 8. Four showed boys were
better, three found girls more adept
and the rest showed no significant
difference between the sexes.
"Contrary to popular belief, there
seems to be no evidence to suport
the theory of male superiority at this
age," she said.
Benbow said her studies looked
only at the brightest children 7th
graders who scored in the top 3
percent on standardized tests.
Those youngsters were given the
math portion of the Scholastic
Aptitude Test, an exam usually
taken by high school juniors and
seniors. The boys consistently out
performed the" girls, and the gap
widened at the very brightest level.
Scores range from 200 to 800.
Among 12-year-olds who scored
over 500, there were two boys for
every girl. Over a 600 score, the ratio
was four to one. And over 700, it
was 13 to one.
Benbow examined whether
upbringing or some other, social
factor could explain the boys'
She said she found no significant
difference between boys and girls in
their attitudes toward math.
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