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Copyright 1986 The Daily Tar Heel
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Volume 84, Issue 78
By DONNA LEINWAND
Assistant State & National Editor
RALEIGH President Reagan
called the race between Sen. Jim
Broyhill and former N.C. governor
Terry Sanford a "make or break
election" Wednesday, saying the
outcome will help determine which
party controls the U.S. Senate.
Reagan spoke to about 5,000
people at a rally for Broyhill in the
Raleigh Civic and Convention Cen
ter amidst balloons, banners and
Broyhill, who missed his rally to
vote on the impeachment of U.S.
District Judge Harry Claiborne,
appeared on a large screen television
via satellite. Broyhill said North
Carolina elected Reagan to keep the
country on the right track. He said
he stands up for Reagan's policies.
"If Terry Sanford had his way,
Walter Mondale and Geraldine
Ferraro would be running the coun
try today," he said. "It makes me
shudder to think about it."
Reagan also criticized Sanford,
calling the former governor a "pro"
at raising taxes.
"He was raising taxes when I was
still making movies," he said. "When
it comes to reruns 'Bedtime for
Bonzo' is better than Taxtime with
The president, who is scheduled
to leave today for Iceland to meet
with Soviet General Secretary Mik
hail Gorbachev, said he hopes
Gorbachev will agree to hold the
summit in the United States.
"It's a challenge anytime two
leaders from major, powers get
together," he said. "In this case, we
will be laying the foundation for a
full-fledged summit, which, if things
go right in these preparatory ses
sions, will be held here in the United
Reagan said bipartisan support
will give him strength when he and
"I'm particularly grateful for the
way we as a free people pull
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From Associated Press reports
MOSCOW The official
Soviet news agency Tass reported
Wednesday that an American
cancer researcher defected to the
Soviet Union after being fired
from his job because he opposed
U.S. foreign policy.
The news agency said Arnold
Lokshin, his wife and three
children arrived in Moscow on
Wednesday after being granted
Tass said Lokshin was a 47-year-old
biochemist and oncolo
gist who headed the cancer
research laboratory at St.
" Joseph's Hospital in Houston,
Texas, from 1980 until last
Lottery may spare sopMomdifls
By SUZANNE JEFFRIES
Anxiety, frustration, hope just
a few feelings students may expe
rience when faced with long waiting
; lists after losing an ori-campus space
in the housing lottery.
But University housing officials
and staff are in the "talking and
planning stage" of a proposal that
could exempt rising sophomore
students from participating in the
lottery, Wayne Kuncl, director of
University Housing, said
"It would guarantee all new
students admitted two years of
housing," Kuncl said. In addition,
freshmen living on campus and
wanting to live in the same residence
- hall would be guaranteed housing if
they sign up by a given date, he said.
Kuncl said students, parents and
faculty have talked with him about
how the current lottery .process is
' especially problematic for
"My concern is what I've heard
from students parents and
faculty about the . room-drawing
visMs M&Mgli to campspgp- for BroyM
together," he said. "I think the best
policy is America's time-tested
tradition of leaving politics at the
water's edge. It's great to know when
1 look over my shoulder that the
folks back home are with me. 1 won't
be seeing Republicans or Democrats,
IH be seeing Americans."
Reagan praised Broyhill, calling
him a "star player on the team," for
his role in promoting economic
growth and employment.
"In those dark days before the
1980 election when our government
was dominated by liberal politicians,
Jim fought courageously for sane
and responsible policies," he said.
"The American people knew who
was to blame. And this November
the tax, tax, spend, spend crowd is
going to find out that lighter-than-air
liberalism is no longer
Reagan said the United States has
had 46 months of economic growth
and North Carolina's unemployment
is down to 5.4 percent.
The president commended North
Carolina Reps. Howard Coble of the
6th District, Bill Hendon of the 11th
District, Alex McMillan of the 9th
District and Bill Cobey of the 4th
District, who "turned out to be real
heroes in some of the most crucial
economic battles of our time."
He also said, "Of course, there's
an individual whose very name
causes liberals to break out into a
nervous rash, a friend of mine, and
a champion of our cause, Senator
Reagan said Broyhill has his
priorities straight and as the ranking
Republican on the House Energy
and Commerce Commission, is
dedicated to invigorating the U.S.
"(Broyhill) stood firm, and since
the recovery began over 1 1 .5 million
new jobs have been created in
America," Reagan said. "Now that's
what I call a Republican jobs
The president said Broyhill sup-
The man identified as Lokshin.
a woman identified as his wife
Lauren, and three children were
shown on the Soviet television
evening news. Speaking in Eng
lish, he told TV viewers that he
and his wife had opposed the
Vietnam War and had fought for
social justice in the United States
Lokshin was quoted as telling
Tass he and his wife made a "very
difficult" decision to leave the
United States after being perse
cuted for waging "an active .
struggle against the -dangerous
aspects of the foreign policy of
the Republican administration."
. See DEFECTOR page 3
process," he said. Many sophomores
talk about the stress that occurs
when a name is not drawn in the
lottery and is' put on a waiting list,
- "That's a pretty traumatic thing
to have happen," he said. ' "H
Kuncl said he talked with Ray
Jones, Residence Hall Association
president, about the proposal last
But Jones said: "He just broached
the idea with me. We haven't dis
cussed anything at length."
Jones said he hoped housing
officials and staff would make an
effort to contact RHA about the
proposal. - "It . would have
tremendous effect on the diversity of
residence halls," he said, v.?"
Kuncl safd his office would con
tact RHA and student government,
and possibly survey students to see
. whether they think the policy change
would be appropriate.
; . He said the decision on. whether
to implement the policy change
would be made sometime this semes
ter, and may take effect next year.
Kuncl said that juniors and seniors
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ports open markets and the tough i
enforcement of international trade
agreements. In response to. illegal
trade practices, the United States will
cut back Japanese imports of light
weight polyester fabrics by almost 50
?dll to gaege academic pFocediunres
By RACHEL ORR
Student opinion about academic :
issues will be surveyed in residence
halls and classrooms Friday by;
student government members, said
executive assistant . Catherine
The survey solicits opinions on the
current academic deadlines, the
advising system, University informa
tion availability, the perspective
system and the freshman manual,
Along with the survey, Cowan
said, the academic affairs committee
is contacting student associations
. "(The associations, are) a way of
mobifizing more students to com-
'ment on specific; proposals for
academic policies," Cowan said.
'. The academic affairs committee
specifically wants the course drop
would be better able to cope with
finding off-campus housing and
-living off campus. :He said: the
proposal is being considered now
because of the opening of Carmi
chael Residence Hall, which has 496
spaces.. ' : :.; v,f,:- "'- '
"I don't think (the proposal)
. would put any undue hardship on
I rising juniors and seniors because of
the additional spaces," Kuncl said.
. "If I were a sophomore student,
. I would have been insulted by that,"
- Jones said. "By the sophomore year
you're 19 years old. It's dangerous
to make assumptions about people's
. "capabilities. . V :: t : -.' :
"Ii moves in the direction of
, cod dling studc nts. The re we re
hundreds of people Mot teried' out of
dorms last year . . . (the proposal)
would be a better idea if we had
ample housing." ; " : -
- Kuncl said that guaranteeing
housing lor the firsi two' years at the
to the " University. "Many major
universities have a 'squatters '-rights'
principle," he said. If a student signs
up lor housing by a given date, then
subsidize intellectual curiosity?-
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
percent. Japan announced that it
would drop its tariff on American
tobacco products, he said. .
"That's the way it's going to be,"
he said. "Free trade means fair trade,
or it's no deal."
deadline extended because the cur
, rent date often comes before students
have grades to evaluate their perfor
mance, she said. '
Also, she said that if students have
traumatic experiences in the middle
of the semester, the present deadline
; date prohibits-them from dropping
a class without explaining their
situation to an administrator or.
Student Health professional, which
can cause embarrassment.
Academic advising . needs
improvement because "it seems like
the department adviser can advise
" about the major, but (students) need
a more 'whole' approach," Cowan
said. 5 . :x-';vv'. ; ' : " ' V;
The committee may establish a
student-run advising - office , that
would counsel students about their;
overall college and career goals as
. .well as about their, major's require
ments, she said. " :;
it's, guaranteed, he said. .
Freshman Melinda Everett, who
lives'" in Hinton James Residence
Hall, said she liked the idea of
guaranteed housing. .
, "I'd feel much more in touch with
the campus and other students," she
said. "If I had to move off campus,
I'd have to get a place that would
be close enough to campus because
I don't have a car." .
v v : s
Solid, conservative leadership is
needed to stop drug abuse and other
crimes, Reagan said.
"The proliferation of drugs has
been part of a crime epidemic that
can be traced to, among other things,
The volunteer , student advisers
would be trained by faculty advisers,
Student Health personnel and those
from Student Development and
Counseling, she said.
Cowan also said basic information
about courses, perspectives and
requirements of different UNC
schools is often difficult to obtain,
and the committee wants to distrib
ute this information.
Another committee idea is to
increase the number of Undergrad
uate Bulletins published by having
students purchase them, she said..
The perspectives students must
fulfill to graduate also need evalua
tion and improvement, she said.
Often students get shut put of
courses with a specific instructor and
professors are often faced with,
classes filled by students only trying
to fulfill perspectives.
"I don't want to change the
tof eaitiuure: bands
By JUSTIN McGUIRE
Staff Writer .
The bands Spiedel, Goodrich
and Lillie and The White Animals
will highlight the Carolina Union
Activity Board's second annual
all-campus party, according to
Alex Dickey, director of the
Union Social Committee.
The Union Bash will run from
8 p.m. to 1 a.m. today in the
Dickey said he was confident
that the Bash, which "worked out
very well" last year, will become
an annual event.
Spiedel, Goodrich and Lillie,
who are popular at the University .
of Virginia, according to Dickey,
will play in Great Hall at 8 p.m.
The White Animals, from Nash
ville, Tenn:, will take the Great
Hall stage at 1 1 p.m. "The White
Animals are very popular on this
campus," he said.
A nightclub will be set up in
Civic Center Wednesday
liberal judges who are unwilling to
get tough with the criminal element
in this society," he said. "We dont
need a bunch of sociology majors
See REAGAN page 2
perspective s system," Cowan said, I
"but it has some by-products that .
are hard to deal with." !
Cowan also said the University)
manual freshman receive before f all
semester needs, to be evaluated and '
revised because it is confusing.
Although the academic affairs
committee has ideas on how to
improve these areas, Cowan said
more research and student opinion
was needed before a formalized
proposal can be made. However, she
said, the committee should finish the
preliminary wotk and have a rough
proposal by Oct. 30, when they will
meet with representatives from the
student departmental organizations, .
Cowan said it was unrealistic for-,
the committee to expect to achieve'
all of its goals this semester, but it.
could lay the groundwork for the?
changes it proposes.
the Union TV lounge for those
whose musical taste lies,' else-,
where. Featured in. the club will
be UNC vocal groups, the Lore
leis and the Clef Hangers, and the. .
improvisational jazz group,
Brother Yusif Salim and Friends j
The nightclub is not the only
attraction. Others include the.
opportunity to make your own;
video and make your own screen
test, both done by STV. ;
Other scheduled events include;
a carnival, a T6-player Twisters
tournament, a pogo contest andv
a pie-eating contest. . s ;
"This bash is designed tot
appeal to the kid in all of us who;;
just wants to have fun," Dickeyt
said. "We also hope to fill the voidt
on Thursdays, lhursdays have;
really been dead lately." Y -
Beer and wine will be allowed!
in the Union, but only with proofH
of age. Those over 2 1 will be given
an I.D. bracelet, he said.
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