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4The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, September 24, 1987
By DRENDA CAMPBELL
Staff Writer x
The third annual Phi Kappa Sigma
Skull Bowl Football Classic will be
held Friday and Saturday on
Thomas Beam, coordinator of the
Football Classic, said the tourna
ment, held in November last year, has
been moved up this year to corres
pond with the intramural football
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"It's easier to get teams together
before their intramural tournament
and the end of the season," he said.
About 20 fraternity, residence hall
and intramural teams are expected to
play, he said. Although most teams
that register to play are all-male,
Beam said no teams will be turned
"We don't have any special rules
for co-ed teams," Beam said, "but if
they come out, they will be allowed
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teams must pay a $30 registration fee
to enter the Bowl. Other ;funds are
being raised through sponsorship by
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The money will be used to pay for
plaques for the first-place team and
T-shirts and food coupons for the
runner-up teams, Beam said: V
When matching up the teams to
play, the coordinators take into
consideration time conflicts and
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Prompted by new pressure on
businesses to combat drug abuse,
a statewide conference focusing on
interaction between the public and
private sectors to solve drug prob
lems will be held Monday in the
McKimmon Center at N.C State
In an effort to form prevention
coalitions in North Carolina, Gov.
Jim Martin has invited all 100
county commission chairmen and
their teams of community leaders
to the conference.
"There is a new focus on the
workplace, using the resources of
corporate America, said Michael
Walsh, director of the Office of
Workplace Initiatives with the
National Institute of Drug Abuse.
"We need good substance abuse
policies in the public and private
sectors, with the basic principle of
getting substance abuse employees
treatment and getting them back
into the workplace."
Walsh will be the keynote
speaker at the luncheon.
The conference is intended to
not enforce covenants to deny blacks
or Jews or others the opportunity to -buy
a home, has very much sympathy T:
for the reach of the Fourteenth
He also criticized Bork for not
supporting the country's "belea-
guered justices' when they made
unpopular decisions for the good of
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open discussion between the public
and private sectors, and the gov
ernor is depending on all segments
of the community to fight the
problem of drug abuse, said Don
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affairs for the department of
The conference will be broken
into two sessions, with a morning
panel discussion to be moderated
by Attorney General Lacy Thorn
burg. Panelists representing differ
ent parts of the public and private
sectors -will discuss the efforts of
each to combat substance abuse.
Human Resources Secretary
Dave Flaherty will moderate the
afternoon workshop on commun
ication and partnerships between
the public and private sectors.
ilW conference will begin and
end with Martin's addresses to the
500? people who are expected to
attend. The morning session will
also include remarks by Johnnie
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nor's Council on Alcohol and Drug
Abuse Among Children and
Youth; Catherine Crosby, director
of the Crosby Foundation, and
"If he now says, grudgingly, that
he accepts these rulings, it is impor
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it counted, he was one of the most
boisterous of the faultfinders,"
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Members of Students Against
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logistics of the event, and Boggs
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the students, McLeod said.
The goal of the conference is to
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need for coalitions to educate and
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be follow-up training for confer
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tion and training will continue at ;
a local level, she said.
Money for prevention efforts
will be available to every county
to start the programs, McLeod
said. Task forces will be allotted
$500 this year, and following an
evaluation of their efforts $500
in 1988. The money will come out
of the governor's $1.2 million
federal grant for prevention.
Counties will also be eligible for
more funds if they apply for a
grant, McLeod said.
"That's the carrot we have to get
people to (the conference)," she
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questions about Bork could deter
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United States celebrates a milestone
in Constitutional history will be cause
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