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The Daily Tar Heel Friday, September 12, 19863
Dy ROCERT WILDERMANN
Covering two events in one day
caused major difficulties for the
employees of Ogden Allied, the
company in charge of concessions
at UNC. Randy Collins, manager
of the UNC branch of Ogden
Allied, said that the company
used about 700 people from
various civil groups to run con
cession stands for the two games
held last weekend.
Some employees ended up
working 18-hour shifts in order
to get everything ready for both
the Pro-Alumni basketball game
and the Citadel football game last
Saturday, said Collins.
The distance between the Dean
E. Smith Center and Kenan
Stadium further complicated the
already difficult task of preparing
for both events at once, he said.
Because traffic on campus during
the football game was so heavy,
many employees had to be let out
of Kenan early so that they could
arrive at the Smith Center ahead
of the fans.
Although exact figures were
unavailable, Collins said that
sales so far this year are about
the same as last year. He esti
3:09 p.m. The Office of Interna
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ing in Union 224. .Appli
cation forms for
Fulbright, Marshall, and
Luce Scholarships for
Study and Research
Abroad will be available.
9:30 a.m. The Carolina Cricket Club
is playing its first away
game of the season at N.C.
State. Anyone interested
in participating watching
contact Ronnie at 942
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in WXYC at 942-8125.
6:00 p.m. The Graduate and Young
Professional Group will
meet at the Wesley Foun
dation, 214 Pittsboro St.
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mated that about 55,000 drinks
were sold during the two games
40,000 of these at Kenan and
15,000 at the Smith Center.
Ogden introduced several new
products on Saturday, one of
which was a 32-ounce soft drink
cup with a handle attached. The
drinks, which cost $2 each, turned
out to be one of the best-sellers
of the day. Ogden sold over 8,000
of these, which ran out long
before the games were over.
Another one of the better
selling items was hot dogs. During
the course of the two games,
around 15,000 were sold.
But not all of the new items
introduced sold so well. Stuffed
pretzels, which came with four
different fillings, sold rather
poorly. Collins attributed the lack
of sales to the $2 cost and the
fact that many fans were not
familiar with the product.
Many of the fans who attended
the Pro-Alumni game in the
Smith Center may have noticed
something new at the concession
areas. Television monitors dis
playing the current game action
have been installed, saving fans
from missing any of the court
action while in line.
Student Government announces the
opening of two positions as Supreme
Court Emergency Justice. Applica
tions are available in Suite C, room
217, of the Union. Freshmen are not
eligible for this position.
UNC-CH Student Extracurricular
Organization Applications for Offi
ceal University Recognition 1986-87
are due September IS in the basement
of Steele Building.
The Duke Craft Center is offering
classes in pottery, photography,
weaving, metal workjewelry,
blacksmithing, and woodworking.
Registration is 12:00-4:00 p.m.,
Monday-Friday, in the Bryan Center
(Duke's West Campus).
The Department of Radio, Tele
vision, and Motion Pictures is spon
soring a fingerprinting and video
child identification program in Swain
Hall on Sept. 1 2 and 13 from 1-6 p.m.
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By MICHELLE EFIRD
Jonathan B. Howes, Chapel Hill
Town Council member, will soon
take over a new post, spearheading
the work of the North Carolina
League of Municipalities.
His presidency will begin in
October, and Monday night the
council officially threw its support
behind the councilman.
Nancy Preston, council member,
praised the work of Howes and
introduced the resolution which
endorsed him for the presidency.
The new position will bring some
visibility to Chapel Hill, Howes said,
because it is one of the most impor
tant local government posts.
MI intend to work with the new
executive director to maintain the
strength of the league of municipal-
graduated to an addiction costing
$500 to $600 a day."
In 1983, Helms was arrested on
15 charges of possessing and distri
buting cocaine. He received two
years in prison. Within weeks, he
began a work-release program dur
ing the day, and soon he was arrested
again on a charge of distributing a
kilogram of cocaine. About 14 years
were added to his sentence. "In nine
months, I went from being a free
man to facing eight years in prison.
My dream to play in the NBA was
Bobby Jones, a former UNC
standout who retired from the
Philadelphia 76ers after 12 seasons,
said he had never used drugs, but
still suffered by seeing others around
him shorten or end their careers
because of drug abuse.
44 1 wondered how I ever made it
through 12 seasons because I'm not
a great physical specimen,' Jones
said. "Coming out of college, I was
quick and I could jump. But that
faded so there were a lot of guys
really better than me.
"I'd see guys come to training
camp and tear up the gym the first
day, but two days later they would
start to fade," he said. "I'd hear they
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ities," Howes said.
"1 intend to take a complex
approach tailored to individual
municipal needs," he said.
Howes said 1986-87 will be a
strategic year because of the federal
government's increasing emphasis
on state power and because of the
sponsored in Pit
The UNC Anti-Apartheid Sup
port Group will sponsor a dramatic
reading from the work of Steven
Biko, a Black Consciousness leader,
at noon today in the Pit.
The reading is part of an Anti
Apartheid protest effort by colleges
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would be staying out late and
hanging around with questionable
"At the end of camp they'd be out
in the first cut," Jones said.
Jones said that the world today
seems to be concerned only with
"keeping up with the Joneses" and
seeking relief from the fast pace of
life. "We can only meet our needs
in God, but we seem to have lost
that spiritual tie.
"I have epilepsy, so IVe had to
take phenobarbital every night for
the past eight years," he said. "And
it makes me wonder why, if I can
live with a depressant every day, why
do other people need to take a
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upcoming general assembly's deci
sion on the tax structure.
He also plans to examine each of
the municipalities' options for
revenue before making any deci
sions, he said.
Howes has served as the first,
second and third vice-president for
the North Carolina League of
Municipalities, as well as the co
chairman fo the Revenue Sharing
He also acted as a board member
and chairman of the Triangle J
Council of Government and was on
the Board of Directors of the Orange
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Howes has been a Town Council
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mayor pro-tem from 1979 to 1981.
Howes heads the Urban and
Regional Studies program at UNC
and teaches several political science
and city and regional planning
His association with Chapel Hill
makes him proud, he said. "I repres
ent a great university," he said. "I
represent a town whose very name
symbolizes a quality of life and is
known throughout the world as a
source of academic brilliance."
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