North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
6The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, September 11, 1986
from page 1
for area activities.
"WeVe talked about how we're
going to deal with what we call the
alcohol void," he said.
Kuncl said the University has
some new area directors who have
worked on other campuses with
restrictive alcohol policies, and they
were sharing their programming
experiences with other area
"The past two institutions IVe
been at have had no-alcohol poli
cies," said Dan Collins, Olde Cam
pus .area director. The quality of
programming is more important
than the presence of alcohol, Collins
The number of Ehringhaus resi
dents who attended a mixer Satur
day night was less than last year for
the same time of year, but "it was
successful considering the cornpeti
tion from frat parties," he said.
Attendance at smaller programs has
been the same as last year, he said.
"Food and alcohol have always
been attractive devices, and without
them you have to publicize harder
and make the event appear more
attractive," he said.
Jones said "movie nights" were
becoming more popular. "People
aren't too anxious to test the dance-and-beer
mixer," he said.
A no-alcohol Morehead Confed
eration movie night Tuesday was
very successful, said Anne Presnell,
Cobb Joyner area director. "We had
about twice the number of people
Because money can't be spent to
buy alcohol, the dormitory govern
ments have more money to spend
on decorations and bands, Presnell
do not coincide with the wishes of
"If you go out and talk to most
farmers today, you're going to find
that they would rather end up in the
long run having more control of their
own destiny rather than looking to
Uncle Sam," Haynes said. "That's
the basic difference between Terry
Sanford's view of farming and Jim
Broyhill's view of farming."
To rebuild the farming economy,
Haynes said that the farm economy
must shift from being controlled by
price supports to natural market
While not giving any exact figures,
Sanford insinuated that the most
recent polls conducted by his cam
paign show he is leading Broyhill.
"1 can indicate (the poll's results)
with a worried look or a happy
look," Sanford said. "So far, IVe just
Haynes also expressed optimism
about the latest polls conducted by
the Broyhill campaign, which he said
showed Broyhill running even with
7 Pen Set
List Price $83.50
7 pen Stainless Steel Set
Point Sizes: 3x0, 00, 1 . 2, 3, and 4
Includes Koh-I-Noor waterproof India
drawing ink and nib keys
Ordering Instructions: Send check or mon
ey order to Purveyors Supply Co., P.O.
Drawer 808. Apex. NC 27502. Visa and
MasterCard are accepted on phone orders
uon t torget to add 4.5 sales tax. Please
add $3.00 for shipping and handling for
first set and $1 .50 for each additional set
SURVEYORS SUPPLY QQi
Hwy. 64 Apex. NC Hrs:8-5 M-F 362-7000
. -i j.
Need A Little Space
To Get Organized?
Come to Old Well
for spacious community
to campus, on the
PRICES FROM $329
501 Jones Ferry Rd
By EDDY LANDRETH
She wears the mask of Janus. One
side displays a meek, intelligent
young woman, while the opposite
exhibits a fierce, determined
UNC women's soccer player Mar
cia McDermott struggles for the
correct words when forced to discuss
herself, because of her modest and
reserved personality. Given an
option, she would discuss the team.
On the field, however, this unas
suming syior from McLean, Va.,
becomes an aggressive midfielder
whose intensity is infectious.
"On the field, she's one of the most
aggressive players IVe ever coached,"
UNC head coach Anson Dorrance
said. "In terms of intensity, she has
to be one of the most intense players
in every match that we compete. By
her example, other players that play
with her or next to her are motivated
by her effort."
He said the juxtaposition of
personalities is unusual.
"It's bizarre," Dorrance said. "But
I think it shows she has her life in
McDermott's dedication as a team
over by a liberal majority. We want
to prevent the Democrats from being
elected," said Keith Clark, CCC
The group plans to review the
opinions and dissents made by Exum
when he served as senior associate
justice and to summarize them for
the public, Clark said.
Democrats have had the advan
tage in the past because the state's
governors were Democrats until Jim
Holhouser was elected in 1972. Clark
said they are now angry because the
Republicans have the advantage.
But the Code of Judicial Conduct
restricts much campaigning in the
race, so the challenger has been at
a great disadvantage, Clark said.
"The decks have been stacked in
favor of the Democrats in the past.
They didn't ever count on there being
a Republican governor in North
Carolina," he said. "The political
climate was not such that anyone
thought Republican judges had
much of a chance to win."
Although Billings is a Republican,
Our private practice offers
confidential care including:
Birth Control ' Free Pregnancy Tests
Relief of Menstrual Cramps Abortion (to 20 weeks)
Gynecology Breast Evaluation
PMS Evaluation and Treatment
a WL SCLIHSS
Arrange your work schedule around your class or
personal schedule. Work as few as 10 hours per
u ) '
player extends to her personal goals
and the kind of praise she feels
"To be considered a hard worker
and a fighter, 1 consider the highest
compliments," McDermott said. "1
take the team goal very personally:
the national championship. The
team winning, for me, is my goal."
In addition to her intensity as a
player, McDermott is able to use her
intelligence to compensate for any
physical skills she may lack, team
mate April Heinrichs said.
"She uses her head to make up
for a lack of speed, by anticipating
people's moves," Heinrichs said.
"She's an inspirational leader. She
doesn't settle for losing."
Possessing this type of game face
enabled McDermott to win a spot
on the U.S. national team this past
summer. At first she was skeptical
of her chances at making the team,
so she logged extra hours in practice
to enhance the possiblity.
"Prior to this year I had a tendency
to take it easy," McDermott said.
"This summer I stayed in Chapel
Hill. I was a longshot for making
the national team, so I had to work
hard for that."
from page 1
she has disavowed the strategies of
the CCO "She is not associated with
them in any shape, way or form,"
said Bill Keasler, Billings' campaign
Referring to past campaigns, he
said, "There has never really been
one before." Rather than campaign
ing extensively as politicians, candi
dates have filed their names for the
office and let their records speak for
themselves, he said.
Billings will not advertise, but will
travel through the state and attend
functions; with the governor and
other Republican officials, Keasler
He added that she will not con
centrate on Exum, but focus only
on her qualifications for the office.
"This is hot only the letter of the
law she's' following. She believes in
the spirit of the law," Keasler said.
Exum said that Billings' interim
position would have some advan
tages for, her, but the fact that he
was not on the court would give him
some time to travel and advertise.
109 Connar Dr., Suit 2202 Chapd Hill, NC
942-0011 or 042-0324
Acfoe from Untvnlty MaM . JJ
week. No experience is necessary.
ABOVE AVERAGE WAGES MEAL DISCOUNTS
ADVANCEMENT POTENTIAL VACATION
i MERIT INCREASES
Apply (n person between 2-5 PM at:
Burger King' restaurant
600 Jones Ferry Road
But Dorrance disagrees with
McDermott's assessment of her
"That's (longshot status) what was
in her mind," he said. "I always knew
she was one of the best players in
the country. The tough thing was to
convince her that she was."
Being a member of that team has
helped to convince McDermott of
"It gave me a lot of confidence,"
McDermott said. "When you play
with great players it brings up your
"She prepared in earnest for the
national team," Dorrance said. "And
not only did she make it, she was
one of the team's best players. She
and April (Heinrichs) were the
leading scorers. From the midfield
position, (McDermott) was just
McDermott takes her role as a
leader on this year's UNC team
seriously, and Dorrance said she
performs that role well.
"Her role is to lead by example,"
he said. "Her role is also to keep
our intensity at a high level. That's
not a role we asked her to perform,
it's a role she fulfills naturally."
But when she walks off the field,
she removes her aggressive game
face. And as Dorrance said, this
appears to balance her life.
"(Soccer) is not my life," McDer
mott said. "Part of the reason I
wanted to come to North Carolina
was because I wanted to work really
hard on soccer and get as much as
1 could out of it and then when I
leave it behind, be satisfied with that.
Then go on to other things."
By WENDY STRINGFELLOW
Karol Chambers knows her wea
kness. In her mind she replays the .
scenario. The gun goes off, and she
gets in the groove of the race. Steady,
she keeps pace. Her muscles tighten
as she approaches the 1 '2-mile
Her weakness, the two-mile-mark,
challenges Chambers to keep press
ing, not quitting. "It's the hardest
part of the race for me," she says.
Rather than panic, Chambers
thinks to herself, "I'm not going to
be tired. I'm going to stick with these
girls and not let them get ahead." .i ,
Then, she envisions herself racing
down the homestretch.
Part of her mental preparation for
running cross country is replaying
the event in her mind, concentrating
on what she will do when she reaches
It's been said that athletics doesn't
build character, it reveals character.
Chambers illustrates that maxim.
"She's exactly what you'd want,"
says Dennis Craddock, UNC head
track coach. "Shell stick her nose
in there and work hard. She has good
talent but great desire."
Chambers is expected to lead the
women's cross country team in its
opening meet at the Old Dominion
Alliance of Black Graduate and Professional Students.
Informational Meeting Thursday Sept. 11th 5:00 pm
Room T-7 Carroll Hall. The Business School. More
Information Ian Barrett 929-3419.
MEN Interested in improving COMMUNICATION &
SOCIAL SKILLS. We are offering group counseling to
meet your needs. For infromation call New Hope
Psychological Resources, 942 7596.
Writers Artists Poets! - The Cellar Door, UNC's literary
magazine, is now accepting prose, poetry and graphics.
Send submissions to box 23 Carolina Union. Submission
deadline is Sept. 29.
Help meet the critical shortage of plasma by
making your life-saving donation. Your donation
helps expectant mothers, hemophiliacs, and
many others. Make up to $120 per month in your
spare time by giving the gift of life.
10912 E. Franklin St. 942-0251
r. . , 15.00 for new donors and returning students
first donation with this ad
Mon.-Thurs. 9:30-7:00, Fri. 9:30-5:00 Expires 10186
UNC's Marcia McDermott is intense on the field, but softspoken off it
fights mid -
Invitational in Norfolk, Va.,
In her , earlier years in college,
Chambers, a senior from St. Peters
burg, Fla., says she preferred track
to cross country.
"But now that I'm getting used to
the terrain, I'd say 1 prefer cross
country." Florida doesn't have as
many hills, she says, and running
long distances off the track was hard.
A further admiration of Chambers
comes as a result of her marriage
to UNC tennis player Jeff Chambers.
Their youthfulness makes the two
Ollfp la Slar BppI
Interested in becoming Roman Catholic? Come to
inquiry sessions on Tuesday evenings 7:30 beginning
Sept.' 16 at Newman Catholic Student Center 218
And now for something completely different . . . UNC
Women's Rugby. All are welcome. Practice 5:30pm M,
7:00pm W. E Haus Field. Or call 967 8473 for
The Student Consumer Action Union is seeking
applications for CHAIRPERSON. No preference given
for previous experience with us. Pick up ari application
in Suite B, Room 216, Carolina Union.
the Student Consumer Action Union is seeking
members and chairs tor computer, housing, food,
advocacy, and other committees. Drop by Suite B -Room
216F Carolina Union weekday afternoons.
tii , &mmmmmk
ft ' ' ''s, : 1
AA ' f
A KXf ' j
look like brother and sister.
She's 21 years old, he's 22. They've
been married two years. And in their
willingness to help each other, they
show maturity. :
"We know what the other does,
and we can help each other," she
said. "Back in high school, I was
racing against a girl I'd never beaten
before. Jeff was there. He told me,
'Right when you go around the 220
yard mark, go around her.' "
Chambers won that race. "He
knew I could do it, but I lacked the
confidence," she said.
Besides giving encouragement,
teammate Chryssa Nicholas says
Chambers readily helps others on the
"She won't compete with you in
a workout. Shell help you through
it. She really wants the team to
benefit," Nicholas said. "People
don't think cross country is a team
sport, but if someone doesn't have
a good day, it affects everyone."
Chambers continues to set new
goals for herself. This summer she
competed in her first triathlon
(running, swimming and biking) and
came in third. "I just need to work
on swimming, so I don't drown," she
says with a laugh.
Karol Chambers, indeed, knows
The UNC GLEE CLUBS still has openings for two
tenors and two basses. Experience necessary. Call 962
5695 or come to 225 Hill Hall.
lost & found
FOUND: Pair of women's prescription glasses m the
pit. Wed. around 6:30 pm. If yours, they are at the
Union main desk.
LOST: V" tri-gold bracelet trimmed in silver. Lost
between Franklin St. and undergraduate library.. If
, found, please call 933-4762. Thanks.
FOUND: Nin Ruberti's registration card and other
cards. Call 968 9974.
Lost wallet on campus near Hanes Hall. William B.
Ward, phone 967-2394. REWARD.
FOUND: Jerry A. Glick's wallet. Call 933 6127. ;
FOUND: Umbrella m Lenoir last Wed.. 9-3. Describe
it and what time you lost it, and it's yours. Fred 933
4568. FOUND: Green teddy bear key-ring outside of Lenoir
Hall. Call 933 4057.
Abortion To 20 Weeks. Private and confidential GYN
facility with Saturday and weekday appointments
available. Pain medication given. Free pregnancy tests
Typing Typing Typing
933 2163 '
' , Typing Typing Typing 1
ROCK - REGGAE FUNK - PUNK Tambay is the
DJ for all your party needs. First customer to call 968
8753 gets a $25 discount! (At least one wqek in advance
EJ's COMPANY Light & Sound Shows hasarty dates
open! Don't delay, call EJ or Andy 929 7455. Our 10th
BIG YEAR! Great Parties, Great Ratesf
PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Fwe pregnancy
testing and counseling. Call PSStt 942 7318 All
. GET FIXED
IF YOUR STEREO IS BROKEN, GET FAST.
FRIENDLY SERVICE AND THE LONGEST
GUARANTEE ON COMPONENT REPAIRS.
C.inols ('(Hp is an t 01 M't
AUDIO SERVICE. 967 1063