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Copyright 1986 The Daily Tar Heel
Serving the students and the University community since 1893
Volume 94, Issue 109
Monday, December 1, 1986
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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Getting a leg up
UNC's Al Palacio works for position against Tim Glennie
of Oregon State at Carmichael Auditorium Sunday night.
Palacio beat Glennie, and the Tar Heels trounced the
Beavers by a score of 42-2. See story on Page 7.
Deal profits air force
From Associated Press reports
WASHINGTON Senate Republican
leader Bob Dole on Sunday urged President
Reagan to convene a special session of
Congress to appoint a Watergate-style com
mittee to investigate secret White House arms
sales to Iran and money transfers to the
Dole (R-Kan.) said he wanted the president
"to call a special session of Congress next week
and form this select committee.''
Sen. Robert Byrd, the Democratic leader
of the Senate who will take Dole's post as
majority leader next year, also called for a
select joint session, but he said it "would have
to wait until Congress reconvened" in January.
He said that calling a special session would
"contribute to the crisis atmosphere." and
instead urged Reagan to appoint an independ
One senior Justice Department official, who
spoke on condition of anonymity, said Sunday
he believed "the weight of the arguments now
favor moving to an independent council." But
he did not believe that a decision had been
made to take the probe out of the hands of
the Attorney General Edwin Meese III and
other Justice officials.
Byrd and Dole said they had discussed the
proposal to name a special panel, which the
Democratic leader said must be done by the
full Congress, "so that the committee would
have all the powers of subpoena, . . . which
the two leaders themselves cannot give it."
Dole, interviewed on ABC's "This Week
with David Brinkley," said Congress "ought
to be called back to town next week." rather
than waiting until it reconvenes with new
members in January.
White House spokesman Dan Howard
called Dole's proposal "a novel idea," but
declined direct comment on it.
"We simply havent had time to consider
it," he said. "No one is more interested in
getting to the bottom of this than the president,
and he wants to do so quickly."
Reagan, on his way to Washington from
a Thanksgiving holiday at his California ranch,
told reporters, "We're doing everything
necessary to get at the truth, and we will make
the truth known." The president did not answer
any more questions.
Although Republicans will retain control of
the Senate until the 100th Congress meets in
January, Dole said a Democrat would
probably be appointed;
Byrd said a special council should be
appointed to investigate disclosures that a
White House aide, Lt. Col. Oliver North,
arranged for up to $30 million in proceeds
from the secret sale of arms to Iran to be
channeled to help Contra rebels fighting
Nicaragua's leftist Sandinista government.
Meese "is personally close to the president,
... is a member of the National Security
Council and . . . has said that everyone should
stand shoulder to shoulder with the president,"
Byrd declined to speculate whether Meese
knew about the Nicaraguan connection before
his investigation, although the attorney general
supplied the president with the legal opinion
the led to a partial easing of the arms embargo
on Iran last Jan. 17.
Tar Heels veetaire into UCLA's lair
By BOB YOUNG
Assistant Sports Editor
Now that UNC is finished weeding
through the grass skirts it faced in
Hawaii over the weekend, the Tar
Heels get down to business of
basketball in Los Angeles tonight at
they face the Bruins of UCLA at
Pauley Pavilion (10 p.m. ESPN, Ch.
Last year, Dean Smith's team
soundly beat UCLA in Carmichael
Auditorium, 107-70, in the first game
of the season for both squads. It was
a defeat which brought out the
philosophical in Bruin coach Walt
Hazzard. "We got our butts kicked,"
In that game, Tar Heel center Brad
Daugherty (now of the Cleveland
Cavaliers) went 13-for-13 from the
field and 5-for-5 from the free throw
line for a career-high 3 1 points. His
immaculate performance, however,
came against a team with only one
player over 6-8.
That player was 6-10 junior center
Jack Haley, the son of a former
world-class surfer. He scored all of
two points in that game and averaged
only 4.3 points for the entire season.
Talk about a laidback kinda center,
But this year, neither team is
opening its season with this
nationally televised, Dick-Vitale-All-Time-Dream-Matchup
raided the Hawaiian Isles for a pair
of wins and UCLA faced Santa
Clara on Saturday.
And neither team has the same
situation it had last year regarding
the men under the glass.
The Tar Heels are without the
services of last season's top two big
men. Daugherty (in Cleveland) and
Warren Martin (in Switzerland) are
both playing professional ball. In the
place of those two true centers are
four quasi-forwards seniors Joe
Wolf and Dave Popson and fresh
men J.R. Reid and Scott Williams.
Williams, a native of Los Angeles
(or at least one of its umpteen
See UCLA page 7
Lure of Genesis tickets
draws line of diehards
By JO FLEISCHER
Assistant University Editor
It looked like a rock 'n' roll refugee
At the beginning of a line stretch
ing about 400 yards around the
Smith Center, Shannon Swing sat
in a folding lounge chair holding a
five-day vigil for tickets to a concert
by the popular rock group Genesis.
Swing arrived on Thanksgiving
Day at 4:45 a.m. from Appalachian
State University, hoping to snap up
the first tickets for Genesis's Jan. 3 1
concert when they go on sale
Eager to buy up the whole front
row, Swing said he didn't mind
forsaking Thanksgiving, five days of
his life or even classes to see one of
his favorite bands. "If it wasn't
Genesis, I wouldn't be here," he said.
"Well, unless it was the Police."
Swing was among 70 people
camped out in front of the Smith
Center over the weekend.
Armed with several blankets and
$38 of groceries, Swing, a 20-year-old
ASU sophomore, was prepared
to buy up to 30 tickets for his friends
back in Boone. "They'll make really
great Christmas presents," he said.
Behind Swing, who camped
directly in front of the ticket window,
a long line of beach chairs, tents and
makeshift shelters snaked its way
from the windows located under
an overhanging roof around a
quarter of the building.
Underneath the roof, people
passed time in beach chairs covered
by layers of sleeping bags and
blankets. They watched Sunday
football games on portable televi
sions, and they listened to radios and
Genesis tapes. A steady drizzle
confined those outside to their tents
or makeshift homes.
Everyone's habitats most indi
viduals claimed a four-foot square
or smaller temporary home were
surrounded by textbooks, groceries,
discarded fast food wrappers and
empty beer and soda cans.
Swing said his Thanksgiving was
saved because of the kindness of
UNC senior Robert Huffines and his
brother Howie, both of Raleigh. The
Huffines' arrived Friday night to
claim the second and third places,
and brought enough turkey to share,
The Huffines' said they, too, were
avid Genesis fans, but they hedged
their bets by checking in with Swing
numerous times Thursday and Fri
day before committing themselves to
the line and the uncomfortable
Swing and the Huffines said they
were sure their efforts would be
rewarded, despite rumours circulat
ing up and down the growing line
that some of the best tickets had
already been reserved for radio
station giveaways. Hearsay of a
ticket limit that oscillated between
a six, eight or 30-ticket maximum
did little to daunt the campers'
hopes. Smith Center officials could
not be reached Sunday evening.
Henry Clayton, a University
Police dispatcher, said UNC had no
policy on camping out for tickets,
adding that the past tradition of
camping in front of Carmicheal
Auditorium for basketball tickets
created no problems. Police do drive
by the Smith Center periodically to
make sure no problems arise, he said.
A list was circulated up and down
the line by Augustin Diodati, a UNC
See GENESIS page 2
Final exam schedule,
fall term 1986
2 p.m. classes on TTh; All Fren, Germ, Ital, Span, Port 1, 2, 3,
4; Russ 1, 2; Jour 53 9 a.m., Fri. Dec. 5
8 a.m. classes on MWF; BUSI 71 2 p.m., Fri. Dec. 5
9:30 a.m. classes on TTh 9 a.m., Mon. Dec. 8
8 a.m. classes on TTh 2 p.m., Mon. Dec. 8
10 a.m. classes on MWF 9 a.m., Tues. Dec. 9
2 p.m. classes on MWF 2 p.m.-, Tues. Dec. 9
3 p.m. classes on MWF 9 a.m., Wed. Dec. 10
1 1 a.m. classes on TTh 2 p.m., Wed. Dec. 10
3:30 p.m. classes on TTh 9 a.m., Thurs. Dec. 1 1
9 a.m. classes on MWF. 2 p.m., Thurs. Dec. 1 1
1 1 a.m classes on MWF 9 a.m., Fri. Dec. 12
1 p.m. classes on MWF; Chem 181L 2 p.m., Fri. Dec. 12
4 p.m. classes on MWF; Chem 41 L, 62L, 141 L; BUSI 24
and classes not included elsewhere 9 a.m., Sat Dec. 13
12:30 p.m. classes on TTh 9 a.m., Mon. Dec 15
5 p.m. classes on TTh; Math 22, 30, 31 2 p.m., Mon. Dec. 15
Noon classes on MWF; Chem 170L, 1711 9 a.m., Tues. Dec. 16
5 p.m. classes on MWF 2 p.m., Tues. Dec. 16
UNC breezes to wins
over two Hawaiian foes
Shannon Swing, of Appalachian State, camps out for Genesis tickets
From staff and wire reports
Dean Smith's Tar Heels didn't
spend Thanksgiving weekend at
home, watching football and stuffing
themselves on dead fowl. Instead, the
UNC basketball team was con
fronted with the odious task of
heeding Horace Greeley and heading
west. The result was a nice taste of
summer in November and two easy
wins on the side, all at the expense
of a pair of Hawaiian teams who
got a first-hand glimpse of what big
time basketball is really like.
Friday, UNC took a break from
the sun and surf and rolled over
Hawaii by a 98-78 count. The only
way the Rainbows could have won
was if the Tar Heels had been held
up by Kilauea's temper tantrum and
forfeited. But with 1 1 minutes to go,
things were a little bit closer than
coach Smith would have liked.
Hawaii trailed just 60-54 at that
point, and visions of upset no doubt
danced in Rainbow heads.
The Tar Heels quickly dispelled
those visions, ravaging the boards
and running the fastbreak to perfec
tion while reeling off nine straight
points. Hawaii never got closer than
1 1 after that.
UNC's leading scorer thus far this
season, Ranzino Smith, popped in
17 points on 7-of-ll shooting, while
Joe Wolf chipped in 15 and Dave
Popson 13. Just like Saturday's
game, Friday's contest was charac
terized by balanced scoring for the
Tar Heels, as Dean Smith liberally
substituted and no one played more
than 30 minutes.
Hawaii was led by freshman
forward Chris Gaines, who debuted
with a bang by scoring 23 points.
Gaines was 10-of-10 from the line
in a game in which the Rainbows
went to the charity stripe 42 times.
Also scoring in double figures for
Hawaii were John Gabriel, with 13
points, and Alan Andrus, who had
After Popson drained a free throw
to finish off a three-point play with
1 1 :54 left in the first half, UNC never
trailed. The Tar Heels ran out to 16
point lead early in the second period
before Hawaii came storming back.
That lead was due in part to two
baskets by 6-9 freshman J.R. Reid,
who started the game and finished
with 12 points.
Saturday night, UNC faced
Hawaii-Loa, a N AI A school looking
to pull a Chaminade. But the Silver
Swords were nowhere in sight, and
after an early scare, the Tar Heels
ran away and hid in a 1 18-80 romp.
The early fright came courtesy of the
Mongoose, who hung tough for
See HAWAII page 7
It's a cold bowl of chili when love lets you down.