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2AThe Daily Tar HeelThursday, August 30, 1990
7 p.m.: The Inter Varsity Christian Fel
lowship invites everyone to hear the Rev.
David Chadwick (a former UNC basketball
player) in the Great Hall. Please come!
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Carolina Tar Heel Voices is now holding
auditions for the upcoming year. We are a
mixed a capella choral group who love to sing
and have fun. Sign-up sheet available at the
Union desk. Auditions are Sept. 4-6.
Carolina Students Credit Union (CSCU)
Marketing Department members please call
Betsy at 942-2975.
Carolina Cheerleading Tryouts are on
Sept. 4 from 7 p.m.-9 p.m. in Fetzer Gymnas
tics Room. Come put your athletic skills to
Umstead Committee of the Campus Y will
be in the Pit from 11 a.m.-l p.m. to answer
students' questions about volunteering.
Student Health Service announces that a
Diabetes Educational Group is now forming.
Call 966-6562 for informationregistration.
The Dialectic and Philanthropic Societ
ies, UNC's oldest student organizations, will
hold a reception for persons interested in
joining on Sunday, Sept. 16 from 2 p.m.-4
p.m. in the Phi Chamber, top floor of New
PlayMakers Repertory Company will
open its 15th season with "You Never Can
Tell," Sept. 12 - Oct 7 at the Paul Green
Theatre. For information call 962-PLAY.
Accidents, homicide claim 3 students
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By STEPHANIE JOHNSTON
Assistant University Editor
Two UNC students were killed in car
accidents this summer, and a third stu
dent was slain as she left a party in High
Katherine Noell Johnson, a rising
junior from High Point, was leaving a
party July 10 at the hotel where she
worked part time when she was killed.
Lesley Eugene Warren, a 22-year-old
white male, has been arrested in
connection with Johnson's death and
charged with first-degree murder, De
tective Mark McNeill of the High Point
Police Department said.
Authorities declined to give a motive
in the killing, but Warren had just met
Johnson that day, McNeill said. Warren
is also a suspect in other deaths in North
Carolina and elsewhere.
Johnson, an accounting major, was
attending both sessions of summer
school at the University.
"She loved Chapel Hill," said Ann
Johnson, her mother. "She loved being
down there. She had made some very
Neal Butler Sullivan, a rising senior
from Kitty Hawk, died Aug. 8 from
injuries sustained in a car accident six
days earlier. Sullivan, a criminology
major, had been a starter on the varsity
golf team for the past three years.
"Neal was a great loss for our golf
program, the athletic family and the
University," said varsity golf coach
Devon Brouse. "He was well-liked and
very popular among his teammates.
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Shawn W. Caldwell, an incoming
freshman from Hickory, died July 19
following a car accident.
According to The Hickory Daily
Record, Caldwell's prognosis was good
when he first arrived at the hosoital.-
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ruptured. Caldwell died soon after.
Man dies in unexplained fall from Granville stairwell
From staff reports
A man found last week at the bottom
of a Granville West stairwell had no
local address or ties to the University,
Captain Ralph Pendergraph, Chapel Hill
police department, said.
Around 9 p.m. last Wednesday, a
Granville security attendant found
David Schmidt, whose last known ad
dress was in San Diego, Calif., lying at
the bottom of an outside stairwell.
Schmidt died Thursday morning at N.C.
Memorial Hospital from injuries sus
tained in the fall.
Authorities do not know why Schmidt
was on Granville property.
Because Schmidt did not survive the
fall, the investigation is closed,
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have educated legislators about the ef
fects of budget cuts on teaching assis
tants. "The Chapel Hill campus adminis
tration has been very supportive and
gone to enormous lengths to make sure
no one is laid off," Hahamovitch said.
"The (UNC-system) General Adminis
tration who knows what they're
doing? None of the (state) representa
tives had been made aware that TA
positions would be cut."
Graduate students are trying to work
with administrators to educate legisla
tors, Bradshaw said. "It's their (the
UNC-system's) job to educate legislators."
In an effort to demonstrate the effects
of budget cuts on the University, GSU
and student government executive
branch are designating Sept. 1 1 as "Save
UNC Day." A rally is planned for 1 2:30
p.m. on South Lawn, and a forum will
be held 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in Great Hall.
Hahamovitch said that every state
legislator had been invited to the forum
and that representatives from the faculty,
staff, graduate students and under
graduate students would attend. "We
are encouraging students to request of
their professors that they be let out of
class (for the events)," she said. "We are
encouraging faculty to be lenient."
Department chairmen said they have
had to cancel some sections because of
budget cuts, but they have tried to honor
all contracts with graduate students.
"We have not had to rescind any
contracts," said Colin Palmer, history
department chairman. "However, there
were some individuals who should have
been offered contracts who were not.
The budget cuts have exacerbated a TA
budget that was already lean."
"We are going to have to cancel some
sections," said Robert Gallman, economics-department
ate students, we've managed to protect."
Graduate students said that budget
cuts would make recruitment for the
graduate school difficult.
"If I were a senior applying to gradu
ate schools, I'd never come here," said
Cindy Stark, a philosophy graduate
"(The graduate school's reputation)
will deteriorate unless pay is increased
to be comparable with other schools,"
Bradshaw said. "We'll continue to lose
the best applications for graduate school.
While others are increasing, we are
staying level or decreasing."
GSU is asking for a 6 percent salary
increase for TAs who now make less
than $4,000 a semester. "Since there is
a budget crisis, we recognize we won't
get it now," Hahamovitch said.
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