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4The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, March 29, 1989
Campus Police Roundup
n A man was assaulted and
robbed by a group of men in front
of the Smith Center Saturday
afternoon. The men took his gym
bag and assaulted him a second
time. When the bag was recovered
in the Ramshead parking lot, $ 1 25
cash and clothing valued at $175
was missing Two men were
arrested for the assault.
a Police found the front door
of the Student Stores propped
open with a brick at 2:41 a.m.
Tuesday. Nothing was reported
n The gate arm of the North
Carolina Memorial Hospital
parking deck came down on the
top of a BMW Monday, causing
$50 damage to the car.
B A bicyclist's pants leg caught
in the bike chain while on the
driveway at Hinton James Satur
! Celebration) to honor late I institute of Government
By BRENDA CAMPBELL
Student government officials will
host a memorial celebration today to
rcrnon!7p thf rnntrihutinnc the latp
J Albert Coates, founder of the Insti
tute of Government, and his wife,
Gladys Coates, made to UNC.
The celebration, which will be held
at 4 p.m. in the Union Auditorium,
is being sponsored by the Special
Interests Committee of student
Abortion issues subject
By WILL SPEARS
Sarah Weddington and Phyllis
Schlafly will clash Thursday night in
UNC's Memorial Hall in a debate of
moral and legal questions surround
Weddington was successful as the
defense attorney in the 1972 Roe vs.
Wade Supreme Court case, which
assured women the right to continue
or terminate an unwanted pregnancy.
Schlafly is an expert on constitutional
law and has long fought the Equal
Rights Amendment movement.
Weddington said the debate was
a timely one. On April 26, the
Supreme Court will hear the case of
Webster vs. Representative Health
Services, in which the U.S. Justice
Department has asked the Supreme
From Associated Press reports
MOSCOW At least 37 key
Communist Party and government
leaders went down in embarrassing
defeats in the Soviet Union's first
multicandidate election, according to
results trickling in Tuesday from
across the nation.
The losers in balloting for a new
national parliament included a can
didate member of the ruling Polit
buro, the premiers of Latvia and
Lithuania, and 27 Communist Party
leaders from major cities, regions and
republics, according to results
obtained from interviews and various
The humiliation was greatest for
officials who ran unopposed on the
ballot and still lost because more than
50 percent of the voters crossed out
Activists in cities from Leningrad
to Kiev waged "cross-out" campaigns
urging citizens to vote against certain
officials by blacking out their names
on the ballots.
lzveslia reported Tuesday what it
called the "sensational" result that no
one was elected in 168 electoral
districts where there were only one
or two candidates because so many
Sights and Insights
day afternoon. The rider fell and
B A fireproofing machine
valued at $15,000 was reported
missing from the construction site
behind Wilson Hall Saturday.
B Someone hoisted a bicycle
and and an umbrella up the
flagpole at Polk Place Saturday.
B A wallet containing $21 was
taken from an unattended book
bag at the Undergraduate Library
B A woman reported Thursday
that someone had attached a Daily
Tar Heel clipping to the wind
shield of her car in F lot.
B A microwave oven in Car
michael Residence Hall exploded
Thursday while being used to cook
compiled by Sarah Cagle
Several speakers, including Chan-
cellor Paul Hardin, Douglas Hunt,
colleague of Albert Coates who
spoke at his funeral and Bill Coch
rane, senior adviser for the U.S.
Senate Rules Committee, will honor
"Many of Coates' close associates
who couldn't say anything at the
funeral wanted to have the opportun
ity to speak at this celebration," said
Court to overturn the Roe vs. Wade
On April 9, such notables as
actresses Susan Sarandon, Glenn
Close, Morgan Fairchild; author
Alice Walker; and musicians Judy
Collins and Peter, Paul and Mary will
participate in a pro-choice march in
Washington, D.C., Weddington said.
In the debate, sponsored by the
Carolina Union, Weddington and
Schlafly will each be allotted 15
minutes for opening comments,
Weddington said. Then each will be
allowed five minutes for rebuttal. In
the remaining 20 minutes, the
audience will be able to ask questions.
The structure of the debates and
the topic attract audiences, Wedding
ton said. "It's usually standing room
only. It's such a hot topic. It's one
citizens voted against them.
In the weeks prior to the election,
activists carried posters in Kiev
illustrating ballots with several names
Weak-hitting Tar Heels can't keep the Pace, lose 2-1
By JASON BATES
The Pace of the ball proved to be
too much for North Carolina hitters
Tuesday afternoon, as the Tar Heels
managed only three hits in dropping
a 2-1 non-conference decision to Pace
University in Boshamer Stadium.
Pace starting right hander Willie
Espinal went the distance for the win,
scattering three hits, collecting four
strike outs, and allowing no earned
runs along the way.
"They threw a first class pitcher at
us," UNC coach Mike Roberts said.
"He (Espinal) pitched excellently,"
Pace head coach Fred Calaicone said.
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By JEFF ECKARD
In an effort to inform the public
about the killing of whales in Iceland,
a UNC organization will protest
American companies buying Icelan
The Student Environmental
Action Coalition (SEAC) will hold
a demonstration beginning at noon
today outside Burger King on Frank
lin Street and will march to Lenoir
Hall to protest Burger King's and
Marriott's purchases of Icelandic fish.
"The main purpose of our demon
stration is to inform the public about
the whaling issue and encourage them
to request the correction of morally
wrong and environmentally unsound
practices," said senior Tom Pahel,
About 50 people will take part in
today's demonstration, Pahel said.
The demonstration is part of a
Connie Zaytoun, a member of the
Special Interests Committee.
The celebration will not only honor
the Coateses, but also will present the
ideals of student government.
"This celebration is not only to
honor the man, but to encourage this
type of leadership in the present
student government leaders," she
said. "We want to make sure his goals
and ideas continue to thrive.
An outstanding Student Congress
that people have definite opinions
about. The best thing is that the
students get the chance to ask their
Tracy Taft, Carolina Union pres
ident, said the debate would be
valuable to students because abortion
is a highly debated subject.
"We thought this was a timely
event. We like to initiate students'
thinking. Because it is such a con
troversial topic, most people have a
definite opinion on it."
In 1977 Weddington was
appointed General Counsel for the
U.S. Department of Agriculture. She
served under President Jimmy Carter
for three years as his assistant for
women and minority concerns. She
is now a history and government
lecturer at the University of Texas
and at Texas Women's University.
President Ronald Reagan
appointed Schlafly to serve as a
member of the Commission on the
Bicentennial of the United States
Constitution. Good Housekeeping
magazine has named her one of the
10 most admired women in the world
for the past nine years.
"Because he pitches sidearm he gave
their lefties a lot of trouble."
Tar Heel starter Derek Manning
(0-1) pitched three scoreless innings
to open the game, but the Setters got
all the runs they needed in the top
of the fourth.
Lead-off hitter Robert Basovsky
received a walk and went to third on
a double to center by Henry Man
ning. Clean-up hitter Michael Pisa
creta then lifted a sacrifice fly to deep
center field that advanced both
runners and gave Pace a 1-0 lead.
James Bayer then sent Manning's first
pitch into left field for a single and
a 2-0 Pace advantage.
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protest campaign organized by
Greenpeace, Pahel said. On Satur
day, 120 sidewalk demonstrations
were held in front of restaurants
throughout the country, and another
200 were held in the United Kingdom.
The protests are an attempt to put
pressure on the whaling industry by
putting economic pressure on the
fishing industry, Pahel said. Iceland
has continued killing whales for
profit, claiming a research purpose,
despite an International Whaling
Commission moratorium on com
SEAC did not hold its demonstra
tion this past weekend because
students were gone for the Easter
weekend, Pahel said.
Because of the protest efforts by
organizations like SEAC, some
restaurant corporations, including
Red Lobster, Shoney's, Long John
member will receive the Albert and
Gladys Coates Memorial Award for
Student Congress, Zaytoun said. This
is the first of three parts of this award.
The final two parts of the award,
still in the planning stages, focus on
ideas originated by the Coateses,
Zaytoun said. They include the
establishment of student government
archives and an office of leadership
to teach student government officials.
A former student at the University,
Coates returned to Chapel Hill as a
professor in 1923. In 1931 he founded
the Institute of Government. He
served as the head of the Institute for
more than 30 years.
Union Cabaret to present
By ANDREW LAWLER
"It's about human emotion,
basically that love is cool. In part
it's a parable for the Os. Anyone
can buy into it."
That is how actor Eric Dishman
describes "Godspell," a musical
retelling of the story of Christ to
be presented in the Union Cabaret
March 29 through April 1.
Patrick Emerson, a freshman
from Sussex, England, plays
Judas. "The hardest part of it for
me was to 'crucify' Jesus, to figure
out a reason why Judas does this.
(Jesus and) Judas have a friendly
competition throughout the play
with moments of contention that
build, but it just goes wrong."
The music is the play's greatest
strength, Emerson said. 'I love the
music. You can't help but be
"He (Manning) was not throwing
very well. Everything he threw was
up," Roberts said.
' With one out in the fourth, Roberts
moved left hander Brad Woodall
from first base to the mound.
Woodall shut down Pace (3-5) for the
next 5 13 innings, giving up only
one hit, no runs, and striking out
seven before being relieved by Jim
Dougherty in the ninth.
"I thought I pitched all right,"
Woodall said. "The umpire had a big
Brower is perfect as softball wins two
From staff reports
Tracy Brower pitched a perfect game
with 13 strikeouts, leading visiting
North Carolina to a 7-0 victory in
the first game of a non-conference
doubleheader against North Carolina
A & T Tuesday afternoon.
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Silver's and Wendy's, have decreased
or completely stopped buying Icelan
dic fish, Pahel said. He added that
105 school systems nationwide have
canceled their Icelandic fishing
Craig Sinclair, Southeast regional
boycott organizer of Greenpeace, said
the demonstrations had cost Iceland
$50 million in lost revenue from the
fishing contracts. Fishing products
account for 75 percent of Iceland's
exports and around $200 million in
income from the United States.
"There is a lot of power to these
sidewalk demonstrations," Sinclair
said. "It is amazing what they can
do as far as persuading corporate
decisions in canceling the fishing
Two resolutions, proposing a
three-year halt to all of Iceland's
whaling, have come before the Ice
landic Parliament because of the lost
In 1986 both Coates and his wife
collaborated to write the book "The
Story of Student Government in the
University of North Carolina at
Bill Hildebolt, committee chair
man, said Coates had a great influ
ence on student government. "We all
have read his book and been influ
enced by what he said," he said. "It's
a great resource. It was a very natural
thing that he be honored."
Coates was also a strong supporter
of student government, Hildebolt
said. "Albert Coates was a direct link
from students to the outside world,"
he said. "He put his faith in us and
The play attempts to transcend
typically "Christian" themes,
according to Dishman, a sopho
more who plays Jesus. The key
problem in playing Jesus Christ
was to make the character more
accessible, Dishman said.
"I was trying to break the
stereotype of Jesus (as a perfect
being). He has to be
Rhetta Wiley, a junior from
New York, said the play has made
her evaluate her own beliefs. "You
can't do a play with a religious
theme without thinking a lot about
religion." However, the play's
theme is not overbearing. "I don't
want it to be a preachy play."
All three actors were pleased to
be1 working in the Cabaret. "I like
-having a different space to work
strike zone. That helped me a lot."
The Tar Heels (11-8) scored their
lone run in the bottom of the fifth.
Dave Arendas went to fyst after he
was hit by a pitch. Darren Villani
reached first on an error as Arendas
moved to second. Ron Maurer then
laid down a sacrifice bunt, but all
runners were safe as Espinal went
after the lead runner but failed to get
With the bases loaded and none
out, Steve Estroff hit into a double
The Tar Heels also won the second
game, 6-0, behind a two-hitter from
senior Regina Finn, who upped her
season record to 5-5.
With the two victories, North
Carolina improved to 15-9 on the
year. Brower's performance moved
revenue, Sinclair said. A recent poll
of Icelanders found that 45 percent
are opposed to the whaling industry.
"One of our greatest strengths' as
Americans is our buying power, and
if by utilizing that buying power we
can save endangered species, we have
a moral obligation to do so," Sinclair
Sophomore Blan Holman, a
member of SEAC, said the demon
strations are almost a last resort. "It's
too bad you have to hurt the fishing
companies who aren't whaling, but
the demonstrations are working and
will correct a morally wrong
SEAC, a student organization
concerned with environmental issues,
is also involved with a lobbying
campaign to prevent the elimination
of wetlands and the destruction of
rain forests, Holman said.
showed us things and had us put faith
in ourselves." ' '
Student government members
were developing the celebration
before Coates died in January,
Zaytoun said. The celebration is
larger than originally planned, she
Hildebolt said, "Once we started
contacting people, it snowballed.
Everybody wanted to come."
The celebration will be open ' to
students, Zaytoun said. "No students
will be turned away from the pro
gram." Students should arrive before
4 p.m. and are asked not to wear
casual clothes like T-shirts and jeans.
in. (There's) a bigger crew, more
backing and more enthusiasm
(than in the other undergraduate
dramatic activities)," Wiley said.
Senior Stacy Evans, who is
directing the piece, said she chose,
it for several reasons. "First, I love
the play and have always wanted
to do it. Second, I wanted to show
that (Christianity) doesn't have to
be a bunch of queer, fanatical,
Evans said she believed most'
people didn't think about religion'
anymore. She hopes the play will'
make people really examine their
beliefs. "I want people to leave
with lots of questions."
Tickets for the production are.
$5 for the general public and $3
for students and are available a;
the Union 6ox office. ' ' -
play that scored Arendas and closed
out the scoring for both teams.
The Tar Heels mounted a threat
in the bottom of the eighth. They had
men on second and third with one
out, but Woodall grounded out to the
second baseman and pinch hitter
Mike Lanier flied out to left to end
"We didn't deserve to win. We hit
the ball softly to people," Roberts
said. "We struggle against average
her mark to 10-4. .-
Right fielder Theresa Busceni.led
UNC's 10-hit offensive attack in the
opener, going 3 for 4 with two RBI.
Center fielder Tfacey Narwid starred
in the second game with two inside-the-park
home runs. .