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The Daily Tar HeelMonday, November 14, 19889-. ?
Films to increase awareness of human ri
From staff report .
Films and movies are a significant
part of the programs planned for
Human Rights Week 8, which lasts
Sunday through Thursday.
Chancellor Paul Hardin dedicates the Student
Health Service building in honor of James
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they offered us."
The alarm clock finally rang for
the Tar Heels at that point, and for
the rest of the half they slowed down
the Cavs, even making some big plays
in the process. For instance, freshman
Doxie Jordan came up with a big end
zone interception with 11:41 left in
the half. Another freshman, Terrence
Fedd, made a big play on the Cavs
next drive, falling on Fisher's fumble.
Brown sent junior Jonathan Hall
in at quarterback at that point, and
the veteran responded by driving the
Tar Heels to their first score. Hall
was more effective than freshman
starter Todd Burnett, throwing two
strikes one to Kurt Green for 20
yards and another to Randy Marriott
for 13 before the drive stalled.
Clint Gwaltney then booted a 35
yard field goal with three seconds
showing on the clock, and the Tar
Heels were down 18 points.
Inderlied booted a 22-yard field
goal on the Cavs first drive of the
second half, but that would be all they
would get for almost 20 minutes.
Burnett must have learned some
thing by watching Hall operate,
because he brought the Tar Heels
back at that point, throwing for two
scores in about 2l2 minutes.
"I was hurting us; I was holding
us back at the beginning," Burnett
said. "Then Jonathan went in and did
some good things. It gave me a better
look at their defense, taken out of
the situation, which helped me to see
what their people were doing."
The first came after Dempsey, who
doubles as the Wahoos punter,
shanked one for 17 yards to the UNC
48. Burnett fired to Green for 17 yards
on first down, and on second-and-1
from the 26, he found Randy
Marriott befuddling Virginia corner
back Jason Wallace in the end zone.
With that, the Tar Heels were down
24-10 with 2:08 left in the quarter.
UNC struck again after a Virginia
three-and-out left the ball resting on
the Tar Heels' 36. Again Burnett went
to Green well, sort of. Actually,
he handed off to tailback Torin Dom,
who handed off to Marriott, who
threw down the middle to Green for
From there, it was deja vu time,
as Dom ran on first down before
Burnett threw over Wallace again to
Marriott on the left side of the field.
He waltzed in with the score, and the
Tar Heels were down just 24-17.
Could the Tar Heels turn the trick?
You bet. After another wimpy Cava
lier drive left the ball at the Tar Heel
24, Burnett mixed up the pass and
run. Kennard Martin, who finished
the day with 98 yards on 21 carries,
picked up 26 on the drive. But the
big play was a 36-yard pass to tight
end John Keller down the right
Martin then bulled up the middle
through a big hole from six yards out,
It brings out the best
in all of u&
Human Rights Week will work to
increase the awareness of human
rights issues throughout the student
body and community. Programs
during the week will strive to present
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Alexander Taylor in a ceremony Friday afternoon.
Taylor, right, was accompanied by his wife, Gladys.
Virginia 27. UNC 24
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Time of possession
UVA Moore 18 run flndertesd kick)
UVA Ford 50 pass from Moore lixtertied kick)
UVA Fmketeton fumble recovery in end zone
UNC FG Gwattney 35
- FG Inderfied 22
- Marriott 26 pass from Burnett (Gwattney
Marriott 16 pass from Burnett (Gwattney
UNC Martin 6 run (Gwattney kick)
UVA FG Inderlied 28
RUSHING: Virginia Fisher 23-139, Moore 16-40,
Bryant 6-1 7, Ford 3-1 4. Greggs 2-5, Morgan 2-5, Wilson
1-a North Carolina Martm 21-98, Thompson 4-23,
Dom 5-18, Han 4-6, BenefieW 2-4, Staples 1 -3, Marriott.
1 -minus 2, Burnett 3-minus 30.
PASSING: Virginia Moore 11-23-1-195. North
Carolina Burnett 1 5-23-1 -1 46, Hall 5-9-0-47, Marriott
RECEIVING: Virginia Ford 4-100, McGonnigal 4
67. Dempsey 1-12. Bryant 1-10, Dooley 1-5, Morgan
1-1. North Carolina Thompson 7-33. Marriott 4
6a Green 3-47, Keller 2-36. Martin 2-4. Hueston 1
8. BenefieW 1-7. Dom 1-1.
and things were all tied up at 24. At
that point in the second half, Burnett
was on fire, going 5-for-5 for 102
But like last year's game, a 20-17
last-minute win in Charlottesville that
signaled Dick Crum's demise, the
Cavs refused to quit, instead relying
on their field general to lead them
On the very next possession,
Moore marched his squad from its
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the facts about acceptable, effective
responses to violations of basic
Since movies are an established
part of American culture, perhaps
DTH David Minton
own 35 to the UNC 10, mixing Fisher North Carolina's AHEC program,
runs and pinpoint passes. A 14-yard The operation flies medical person
personal foul penalty against Jordan nel faculty and students around the
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a 12-yard strike to Ford at the 27.
But the Tar Heel defense stiffened,
Moore threw incomplete on third-and-7
from the 10 and Inderlied
booted the game-winner.
On its last two possessions, UNC
had its chances. Burnett moved the
squad to the Virginia 44 before losing
eight yards, thanks to a Tyrone Lewis
sack. On third-and-17 from his own
49, Burnett got drilled by Billy Keys,
and the quail of a pass floated into
Ray Savage's hands for the intercep
tion with 2:38 to go.
The Wahoos picked up first down
on their ensuing drive, forcing Brown
to use up his timeouts. When the Tar
Heels got the ball back on their own
36 with 1:04 left, they had to hurry.
Several swing passes got the ball
out to midfield, but wasted precious
time. Finally, on a desperation play
from midfield, Burnett threw toward
the sideline and the closest person was
Virginia coach George Welsh.
The ball fell to the turf, and the
Cavs had won.
"I told our seniors, youVe got to
learn from this," Brown said. "If you
don't go to work every day and start
on time like you guys have to and
I have to, you may lose your job.
"You only have one opportunity
in life at certain things, and today
we didn't start for a quarter. And
you're not going to have a chance to
win if you do that."
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Human Rights Week
there is no easier and quicker way
to get to the Amencan people. The
films that are to be shown span a
wide part of the world, helping to
bridge some of the misunderstanding
that has arisen and hoping to instruct
about the state of human rights today.
The schedule of movies during the
D 2:30 p.m. "Burning Patience" A
film dealing with life in Pinochet's
Chile. Presented by the Institute for
Latin American Studies in Abernethy
B 2:30 p.m. "The Sharon Kowalski
Case" Based on the violations of
Sharon Kowalski's human rights, this
film focuses on the rights the han
dicapped, women and homosexuals.
Presented by the Women's Forum in
MedAir program revitalizes
the old-fashiooed house ca
By CHERYL ALLEN
Twenty years ago, Dr. Carl
Lyle devised a plan to mini
mize travel time and make
doctors more accessible to N.C.
The plan grew into the Universi
ty's Medical Air Operation, or
MedAir, which transports medical
personnel by airplane to outlying
rural areas in the state.
"It serves as a vehicle to help the
University serve the state in a more
efficient way and establish relations
with hospitals around the state,"
said Lyle, a UNC professor of medi
cine and founder of the operation.
MedAir operates to carry out the
Area Health Education Center's
(AHEC) activities, according to
Kate McDonald, assistant director
for Droeramminff activities with
state to educate and treat N.C.
The DTH Campus Calendar is a daily
listing of University-related activities
sponsored by academic departments,
student services and student organizations
officially recognized by the Division of
Student Affaire. To appear in Campus
Calendar, announcements must be submit
ted on the Campus Calendar form by
NOON one business day before the
announcement is to run. Saturday and
Sunday events are printed in Friday's
calendar and must be submitted on the
Wednesday before the announcement is
to run. Forms and a drop box are located
outside the DTH office, 104 Union. Items
of Interest fists ongoing events from the
same campus organizations and follows the
same deadline schedule as Campus
Calendar. Please use the same form.
2 p.m. University Career
ces will sponsor an on
site interviewing work
shop in 210 Hanes.
3 p.m. UCPPS will sponsor a
Monday. Nov. 14
UNC Alum, victim of Red Scare & Civil Rights Activist "tells bis story"
100 Hamilton 8:00 P2Y! FREE
sponsored by Special Projects Committee
Tuesday. Nov. 15
"Define Your Views" panel discussion
Union Room 212 5:00 PIYI FREE
sponsored by Human Relations Committee
Wednesday. Nov. 15
Chuck Davis African-American Dance Ensemble
Great Hall 2:00 PIYI FREE
jointly sponsored by Performing Arts Comm., S. African
Scholarship Fund, & Afro-American Studies
Mayor of Atlanta
adresses Human Rights
2:00 PM FREE
co-sponsored by Union Forum
Comm.,& Campus Y
b 4 p.m. "Date Rape" This movie
stars former UNC student Dex
Diamond. There will be a follow-up
discussion on prevention methods.
Presented by Rape Action Project in
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. "Mona: The
Persecution of Baha'is in Iran" and
"Through the Eyes of Youth" Pres
ented by the Baha'i Club in the
D 2 p.m. "Bitter Harvest" and
"Parting of the Ways" The first movie
is a documentary of Nicaragua; the
second is a story of life in Castro's
Cuba. A discussion led by Maritza
Sanchez Fernandez, a visiting film
critic from Cuba, will follow the
movies. Presented by the Institute of
Latin American Studies in Abernethy
8 p.m. "The Universal Declara
tion of Human Rights" This animated
film depicting the articles of the
Declaration of Human Rights was
"Our role in AHEC is that we
provide an airplane transportation
bridge from the University commun
ity to outlymg commumties in the
state," said Ray Flaherty, director of
"We have been able to cut down
on travel time and make health pro
fessionals more readily accessible,"
Flaherty said. Rather than driving
six hours on the road, doctors,
faculty and medical students can
spend an hour in a plane getting to
any part of North Carolina.
MedAir is primarily educational,
but it also provides for clinics to be
held throughout the state. The clin
ics deal mainly with specialties not
available in rural areas, said John
Payne, deputy director of AHEC
Based at Horace Williams Air
port, the operation has expanded
from a single MedAir plane flown
by Lyle in 1968 to include six twin
engine Beechcraft Baron airplanes,
six full-time and two part-time
pilots, two full-time mechanics, and
workshop on interview
, . ing skills for internships
or summer jobs in 306
3:30 p.m. Association of Bus
iness Students will
hold a general meeting
until 4:30 p.m. in T6
New Carroll. It's not
too late to join a
5 p.m. Black Business
will have a general
body meeting in
Upendo Lounge in the
South Campus Union.
All interested students
5:30 p.m. GALA will sponsor a
speech on the "Decla
ration of Human
Rights" by the Director
of U.N. Information
Holger, in Hamilton
6 p.m. Carolina Associa
tion for Palestinian
Human Rights will .
sponsor a Palestinian
Human Rights Dinner
in Great Hall. Authen
tic Middle Eastern cui
1 sine will be followed by
Math, a recently
returned delegate to
UNC-CH Circle K
will hold its formal
induction at Mariaka
7:30 p.m. The Dialectic and
Societies will hold its
weekly meeting of the
joint senate in The Di
chamber, third floor
New West. Come find
out what we're all
8 p.m. Union Special Pro
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Monday, Nov. 21
"The Kennedy Legacy9
Memorial Hal! 8:00 PM
pnee sponsored by
shown around the world at the&S
Human Rights Now! concerts. Pres-
ented by Amnesty International irlS$
Union 208. SN
B 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. "Mona: Thcj
Persecution of Baha'is in Iran" andjx
"Through the Eyes of Youth" pres-w
ented by the Baha'i Club in the
Student Union. r"H
B 6 p.m. "Cry Freedom" The
movie about South African journalisAjl
Donald Woods and his relationship!
with black South African leader Steve
Biko. Presented by Delta Sigma'$
Theta in Carmichael. J 4
.B2:30 p.m. "Salvador" Oscar55
Stone ("Platoon") directs this storyr
of life in El Salvador and Centralis
America with the Death Squads.9
Presented by the Institute for Latinrj$
American Studies in Abernethyidr
Viewing Room. tfA
For more information, contact the? (4$
Campus Y at 962-2333.
two full-time administrators, Fla
In 20 years, MedAir has flown 12
million passenger miles and has
saved 10,000 hours of travel time.
According to Payne, the operation
averages 25 passengers and 12 flights-'4
"The reason North Carolina has a .
MedAir program is because of
AHEC," Flaherty said. "It was con-
ceived to make a more equitable dis
tribution of health professionals
throughout the state." It has been :2
very successful because North Caro
Una's AHEC program has a larger ;'-fi
fleet of airplanes than any state in
the union, he said.
If AHEC didn't have the air
planes, it could not function as well
as it does, Lyle said.
from the University to go out and
work all day anywhere in the state 'r
and be home at night, McDonald ?
said. Other large states, like North
Carolina is, could benefit from such 7
a system, she said.
will sponsor Junius
Scales, UNC alumni,
leader, civil rights acti
vist and victim of the
Red Scare to tell his
story in Hamilton 100.
WXYC FM 89.3 will
play the new album
"Iggy Pop Live" in
its entirety with no
Items of Interest
The Lab Theater will present
G.B. Shaw's "Candida" today at 4" '"J
p.m. and 8 p.m. in 06 Graham'
Memorial. Sign-up sheets are in the- - -Union
and Graham Memorial
Admission is free. CSj.
Graduate and Professional
Student Federation has infor--
mation on obtaining in-state tuitiorr,
status on the bulletin board outsideS;
Suite D, Union. V
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