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2 'The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, November 6, 1986
espite error, the results come up
By MICHAEL A. KOLB
I he race lor the seat in North
Carolina's 7th Congressional Dis
tinct in oei. but the winner still has
some eomplaints about voting
machine problems in New Hanovci
! Republican opponent I nomas
llarrelson conceded the race lo
l)emocratic incumbent Charles Rose
when Rose had (5 percent ol the vote
with 4S percent ol the precincts
; Rose's name was replaced by that
ol 1st District Rep. Walter Jones on
t,he ballot by the New Hanover
jtoard ol Flections. The (Raleigh)
Davis Library repair
By PHYLLIS A. FAIR
U? IV 'fer
Mthough workers have corrected
Davis I ibrary's settling, they will not
finish repair work on the east end
lust floor or remove construction
materials loi two or three weeks,
according to Fniversitv officials.
Mil had my choice. I would lake
a student with ine on every trip I
took (to recruit l A student can
talk on a diltcreni kind til level."
Dav is said
Mthough individual students have
always helped the admissions office
lyciuit students. Davis said, the
ilunority iccruitment program is on
a lamer scale.
. Since the admissions oil ice and the
minority recruitment program pro
Inbit students lrom missing class to
recruit. Davis said, the student
recruiters can make personal visits
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News and Observei quoted Rose
I uesdav night as saving, ". . it
looks like a nice little backlash. 1
think voters in Cumberland. Colum
bus, and Robeson counties were
angered by what happened in New
"The lust thing they (the Rose
campaign) did was blame it on a
Republican Hoard ol F'. lections." said
Mike Mitchell, a press aide lor the
llarrelson campaign "That's a very
nnlair charge. It was a big blunder.
It's not a partisan issue like Rose
has tried to make it."
Mitchell said Republicans out
number Democrats on the board. He
also said that the error was caught
I he west side ol the library rests
on a slab ol bcdiock. but a concrete
slab under the west side has settled
about an inch since the hbiary's IW4
Fairy Altord. assistant university
librarian lot linance. said that
students and library personnel
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only when thev don't have classes
Most ol the leciuiteis who made
tall break visits went to their high
school alma inatets. said Sibby
ndeison. the other executive assist
ant in chaige ol the recruitment
Program membcis hope to visit
() more high schools before the end
ot Dcceinbet. Anderson said, and
I Nt students will be writing and
calling applicants in the spring to
encourage them to attend the
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Reg. $165 each
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Reg S35 50 each
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soeatlv that it could not have really
caused Rose anv problems T ,
olers who tried to vole lor Rose
caught the error. I he News and
Observer reported Wednesday that
the problem was lixed by :l() a.m.
However. Mitchell said, the polls
weie closed as soon as the problem
was noticed I he polls then staved
open an hour later to make up lor
the mistake. Mitchell said
"I hey (the precinct heads) had to
sign a statement that stated when the
problems were lixed at each polling
location." said an-official with the
New Hanover Board ol Flections'
Rose won with 70.031 votes, oi
M percent ol the vole, compared to
work nearly dome
noticed that marble walls and fioor
tiles in the women's bathroom on the
mam llooi had cracks.
I he dirt underneath the stab had
settled as much as an inch, and that
caused ciacks. said Matt Mlekush.
associate director lor tacilities and
management with the Phvsical
"We had to drill holes into. (he
carpel and pout concrete under the
slab to stop the settling " Mlekush
Heating and cooling duels undci
the library also were out of alignment
because ot the settling, he said
Workers have finished all of the
work in the relerence room and fixed
the ducts, but people won't be able
to use the bathrooms on the first
floor tor the next two to three weeks.
llord said. '
l he exact marble and tiles in the
rest rooms had to be ordered, but
thev haven't come in. he said
Student tickets are available for the Blue-White basketball
game, which will be played after the Virginia football game
on November 15th. This game will be played in the air
conditioned Smith Center and the halftime will be only five
iriinute(sg:ycu can gd'din. tirngjorjebt of your
Saturday eVehing plansPresentVrsfeiddnt I.D. and
athletic pass at the Smith Center box office between 8:00
AM and 5:00 PM. Students may also purchase guest
tickets at $5.00 in addition to their complimentary student
tickets. Student groups of 20 or more are welcome to send
a representative to the Ticket Office with the groups'
athletic passes for block seating.
U-- i n n
""N N4 " votes, oi b -percent ol the
vote loi" Haiiclson MjlchcJI said.;
llarrelson will not challenge, the
totals. Rose was unavailable loi '
Mitchell said the ballots had been
sent hack to the printers net ore
because . udge name had been
misspelled. When the prools came
Kick again, thy Hoard ol Flections
only checked to make sure that the
misspelling was corrected. Mitchell
"In lixmg it. somehow, some way.
Jones's name was put in it." he suid.
Rose has been elected to represent
the ""th" District seven times.
Correcting the settling and the
damage it caused will cost about
$200,000. not including replacing the
carpet. Most ol the money, about
S 1 50.000. went into pouring concrete
under the slab. Mlekush said.
Some exploratory work was done
prior to pouring concrete under
neath the slab, and the Fniversitv
hired a soil expert trom N.C. State
I Diversity to find out why the rooms
cracked, he said.
"(We hope) his test results will tell
us where the vault lies, and the causes
ot the settlement." Mlekush said.
When the library was built,
selected soil .materials had to be
brought in to fill in the gaps, because
the ground wasn't level. The gaps
were as deep as 1 5 leet in some
places, he said.
This, however, may not the reason
lor the settling because other mate
rials had been used to fill gaps
Election results upset plans
for presidential contenders
From Associated Press reports
WASHINGTON The I9S6
elections have scrambled the
equation lor the 1 988 presidential
race, giving Bob Dole and Jack
Kemp a stronger tooting to.
challenge (ieorge Hush, while
letting Democrats take center
stage to ottei an alternative
agenda to President Reagan.
Ot all the possible contenders
lor the presidency. Sen. Paul
Faxatt. R-Nev.. appeared to have
filtered the. worst setback lrom
the Democratic takeover ot the
Senate, which put them in charge
ol both houses ol Congress tor
the lirst time since 1 980. Faxalt
voluntarily gave up a sale Senate
seat, only lo see u captured by
On the Democratic side. Sen.
Gary Hart ol Colorado didn't run
tor re-election so he could cam
paign lull time tor the White
GOP showing pleases Martin
R A I I IGH (iOP (iov. Jim
Martin's appeal tor more Repub
licans in the (ieneral Assembly
had little impact on either -party
in the election, as nearly all ot
the incumbents returned to office,
.but Martin said todav he was
; "It appears we will have about
as much strength m the House
as we had before, slightly less in
the Senate." Martin said at a news
conterence. "It seems to me that
operations w ill be about the same
as thev were "
Martin said he had no regrets
about campaigning against the
, I )cmocratic -controlled super sub-
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committee that he said secretly
approves the state budget anil
feared no repercussions.
Soviet says I'.S. violates rights
VIENNA, Austria The Uni
ted States and the Soviet Union
swapped charges of human rights
violations Wednesday during a
35-nation review of the historic
Helsinki agreement, which was
designed to ease Fast-West
"We continue to see a tragic
human rights situation within the
nations ot the Fast." U.S. Secre
tary ot State George Shult told
an assemblage of foreign minis
ters who are reviewing the 1975
treaty's promise to expand Fast
West exchanges ol peoples and
He ottered it) conclude tenta
tive arms agreements President
Reagan reached with Soviet
leader Mikhail Gorbachev at the
Iceland summit Oct. 11-12.
Shult said he had brought top
I S. negotiators with him. it the
Soviets wanted to pick up the
challenge while he was in Vienna
Shult ticked oft the names of
Helsinki act monitors and other
Soviet dissidents said to be
repressed, including Nobel Peace
Prie laureate physicist Andrei
Sakharov. Then he slapped at the
lectern and declared that the
human rights agreements signed
by Moscow "are as valid, as
binding, as explicit as any arms
control agreement you can
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Democratic Senate, we can do what
we couldn't bet ore
Santord Naid he does not want to
be on an committees because he has
a broad range oi interests that would
be confined b a committee. "1 want
to be creatie . 1 intend to help
shape trade, and ou don't have to
be on a committee to do that "
When asked ii he wants to stay
oil the agricultural committee
because Republican Sen Jesse
Helms is on it, he said. "Well, that's
one reason " But he also said he will
be cordial to Helms and will ote
with him if he i- right
Santord said he does not leel he
is responsible tor the rekindled unity
f the Democratic Party "The
I )emocrats were responsible for that.
If one of the best things that came
out of this election."
Broyhill said he hopes Santord
will listen to the iews of all his
constituents, not just Democrats
Of his lack ot support trom the
conseratie National Congressional
Club outgrowth ol the Republiean
Party. Broyhill said it had not hurt
He said the party was very unified.
l never telt any division within the
party I thought the ( May b) primary
was a plus. It helped me get out into
the state early and mended the split
m the camp." he said.
When asked about future plans.
Broyhill said he planned to see that
the two-party system continued to
grow in North Carolina. "Today is
the first day in the campaign of
WXS." he said, eliciting cheers from
His more immediate plans
included a trip to Disney World in
Horida with his wife, daughter and
two grandchildren. Alter that, he
said. "I'll go back lo W ashington and
clean out my desk."
Concerning his tuture in politics.
Broy hill said he hopes to be involved
again, but maybe not soon "The last
time Ferry Santord was on the ballot
was in l72. and he came roaring
back 14 years later."
Broyhill said he felt North Carol
inians and Americans in general will
ultimately lose by having a majority
in the Senate unfriendly to the
president. "When (Democratic Sena
tor) Fed Kennedy starts making
judicial appointments, it will show."
When asked it he telt Reagan's
three appearances on his behalf had
"worn the shine ott his visits."
Broyhill said. "I'm still proud of the
president and am not noinn to denv
a " :
Broyhill said he had not heard
trom the president, but added that
the lines were probably busy.
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Non-Israeli .lews sometimes have
iieuiotic answers u Israel's prob
lems, he said
" I he wai in I ebanon evoked a
healthy amount ol hysteria in the
Diaspora (.lews living outside !
Isiael)." he said.
I he invasion ol l ebanon smashed
ihc Palestinian problem but didn't
Mlvc it. () said
"Ii caused a nil in Israel, a
Vietnam syndrome." he said. "Ihe
soldiers asked whv and what lor."