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2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, March 23, 1989
World and Nation
Cnstiaoi wio Salvadoran eiecttDomi
From Associated Press reports
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador
Alfredo Cristiani of the rightist
Republican Nationalist Alliance was
formally declared the victor Wednes
day in the presidential election.
"I want to congratulate the winners
of these unquestionable and indispu
table presidential elections, Alfredo
Cristiani and Francisco Merino," said
Ricardo Perdomo, president of the
Central Elections Council.
Merino was the vice presidential
candidate of the alliance, known as
Arena. The council did not imme
diately release a final vote tally from
Also Wednesday, President Jose
Napoleon Duarte flew to Washington
for further treatment of his terminal
cancer, and the defense minister
pledged investigations into the slay
ings of two Salvadoran journalists
and a Dutch cameraman covering the
Cristiani declared: "To us the
winner is the Salvadoran people, and
what the people want is a solution
to their problems, and in this sense
we're going to go even further toward
national rescue than we had
"We intend to be a government for
(all) 5 million Salvadorans," he said.
Preliminary results gave Cristiani
slightly more than 53 percent of
576,339 votes tabulated, compared to
just over 36 percent for Fidel Chavez
Mena, candidate of the incumbent
Christian Democrats. More than 1.8
million Salvadorans were registered
to vote, and turnout has been esti
mated at close to 50 percent.
Chavez Mena conceded defeat on
The leftist Democratic Conver
gence announced that its delegate to
the elections council withdrew from
the official vote-count to protest what
it called "fraudulent maneuvering" by
In a statement, the coalition
charged that council members were
voiding ballots cast for its candidate,
Guillermo Ungo, and padding the
vote for the candidate of the conser
vative National Conciliation Party.
The Conservative Party placed
third and the Convergence fourth in
the early vote count. Under law, only
the top three political parties, as
determined by voting, are allowed to
appoint a delegate to the elections
"This maneuver is intended to force
our representative out of the council,"
the Convergence statement said;
Duarte, 63, left the capital on a
commercial flight for Miami, where
he was to be transferred to a U.S.
Air Force plane for the flight to
Washington. The Christian Demo
cratic president is dying of liver
cancer, which was diagnosed last
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Leslie Foster, area director for
Cobb and Joyner residence halls, said
the woman was in no way to blame
for the attack. .
"We (women) should be able to
walk anywhere we want to," she said.
In a memo cautioning residents to
take safety precautions, she said, "We
as women do not encourage attacks,
whether we are alone or in a group."
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"We don't want to hide anything;
that's the last thing we want to do,"
Memos about the incident have
been posted in Cobb and Joyner.
Melanie Gettys, a Cobb resident, said
the memo frightened her.
"IVe never heard of an attack so
close by," she said. "It really scared
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Afghan government calls for
closed embassies to reopen
From Associated Press reports
KABUL, Afghanistan The
government asked the United
States and 1 1 other nations Wed
nesday to reopen their embassies,
which were closed because of the
danger of Moslem guerrilla
attacks on Kabul after Soviet
. A Foreign Ministry statement
containing the appeal was read to
foreign reporters. Ministry
spokesman Mohammed Nabi
News in Brief
Amani said it would be delivered
to the United Nations.
The 12 countries closed their
embassies in late January and
early February as the Red Army
completed its withdrawal after
nine years of helping the Kremlin
sponsored government fight Un
supported Moslem guerrillas.
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completed. "I think it's one of those
things you never know until you do
it, to see if people want it."
The lack of places to study during
the early morning hours would make
the study area advantageous to
students, said senior Charles Schmitt.
"There have been times when IVe
gotten up at five or six, and there's
been nowhere to study," he said.
Having many students studying
together might also prove helpful
during exam period, said sophomore
Susan Higgins. "It's easy to study
sometimes when you're around other
people who are studying."
Campus police and groups such as
SAFE Escort may not be able to
adjust to the all-night schedule, and
students using the study area will be
discouraged from leaving the area
during the late hours, Boulton said.
"We just hope that people who use
it will stay there and not place
themselves at risk."
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will receive a permit to register and
must create their schedule at drop
add. Graduate students have the lowest
turnout for preregistration, roughly
50 percent, said David Lanier, Uni
versity registrar. About 85 percent of
all undergraduates preregister.
The priority in which a student's
schedule is processed is based on three
factors, Lanier said.
Undergraduates are first separated
into senior and junior status and
sophomore and freshman status.
Students in those divisions are ranked
according to credit hours and then
filed according to the last foui digits
of their social security numbers. The
random number for the fall semester
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After April 17, students can still
preregister, Lanier said, but all
students who preregister late are
placed at the bottom of the list.
The process and dates used for
summer school preregistration are
identical to those for fall preregistra
tion, said James Murphy, dean of the
summer school. UNC students may
submit as many as three preregistra
tion sheets at once one for each
of the two summer sessions and one
for the fall semester.
Students may also register for
summer school the day before those
classes start, he said. The first summer
session is from May 22 to June 27.
The second session is from June 29
to Aug. 4.
All forms must be submitted to the
basement of Hanes Hall between 8
a.m. and 5 p.m., and all student bills
must be paid before a student can
submit a preregistration form.
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. When Sizemore opened the door,
McMichael began struggling with
him. After McMichael refused to
leave, Sizemore went to his car and
got his .25 caliber pistol. When he
returned to the house, he found the
front door closed and McMichael
blocking the entrance.
After McMichael refused to admit
Sizemore, Sizemore shot him twice.
Sizemore then entered the house,
where he shot McMichael two more
In January the decision was made
not to press charges against Sizemore
because he was acting within the law.
"There is evidence that supports the
fact that he (Sizemore) was acting in
defense of himself, his wife and two
children, and his home," said Orange
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County District Attorney Carl Fox.
When the blood sample came back
negative, the case was not reopened
because whether McMichael took
LSD is irrelevant to the case, Fox
"The significance in the test results
has been overstated by the press.
"The decision was made to close
the case because of evidence that
McMichael illegally entered and
assaulted Sizemore," Fox said. "The
question is not whether McMichael
took drugs, but rather if he acted
illegally at Sizemore's residence."
Crute said the case should not be
reopened because Sizemore was
acting m self-defense.'
"I don't ' harbor any resentment
toward Sizemore even though he
didn't have to shoot McMichael four
times," he said. "He was only pro
tecting his home and family."
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looking for an excuse to get out of
Afghanistan and predicted they
would probably do so once an
Afghan government they approved of
Soviet troops would then pull out
slowly, said Dupree. Dupree's
acute foresight and expertise in
Afghan affairs made him a sought
after speaker and adviser in Middle
East matters and earned him numer
ous awards for his work in the field
and in the classroom.
While he served as a visiting
professor at the United States Mil
itary Academy in 1985, Dupree
received the Outstanding Civilian
Service Medal. "His obvious knowl
edge, outstanding teaching presence
and vibrant personality enabled him
to establish an unusually close and
positive rapport with his students. His
continued publications added further
luster to his own reputation . . ." read
the citation for the medal.
Dupree was remarkable for his
diversity as well as for his Afghan
istan expertise, Holcomb said. He
cited the fact that Dupree specialized
in archaeology, not anthropology, at
, Holcomb said Dupree was an
extremely respected colleague and a
marvelous person. "I only wish we
had him longer."
Dupree, a Durham resident and
also a visiting professor at Duke
University, is survived by his wife,
Nancy Hatch Dupree, herself a
distinguished anthropologist special
izing in the role of women in Afghan
istan. The couple has three children
living in California, Connecticut and
A memorial service for Dupree will
be held in Duke Chapel later this
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