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from UNC’s First-Ever Women’s
Basketball Championship to Violent
Crime In and Around Town and the
Tonya Harding Scandal, 1994 Was a
Year of the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
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Black Cultural Director Margo
Crawford announced she would leave
UNC to take a cross-cultural consulting
job in Illinois.
AI McSurely, legal counsel for the
Chapel Hill-Canboro branch of the
NAACP and a friend of LaVonda
Burnette’s, said the embattled school
board member had no plans to resign
despite charges that she misrepresented
her educational background.
1 A—The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Board
XU of Education did not accept
Bumette’sannouncementthat she would
resign when her term was over and in
stead planned to petition the N.C. Gen
eral Assembly for a recall provision that
would empower voters to decide
—The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals
refused to keep Shannon Faulkner
from attending The Citadel until the all
male school could appeal to the U.S.
Supreme Court. The next day, Faulkner
met with her academic adviser and reg
istered for classes, making her the first
woman ever to attend The Citadel.
—Harold Wallace, vice chancellor
Board member LaVonda Burnette resigned after a 10-month controversy.
for University affairs, was named in
terim director of the Black Cultural Cen
—Women’sbasketball loses its first game
of the year, 77-75, to Virginia before
3,671 at the Smith Center. The Cava
liers would be the only team that UNC
would lose to in its national champion
1A — Figure skater Tonya Harding’s
X J 'bodyguard and a hitman were ar
rested and charged with conspiracy in
the attack on Olympic rival Nancy
—An earthquake measuring 6.6 on
the Richter Scale rocked southern
California, killing more than 30 people,
injuring more than 2,600 and causing
hundreds of millions of dollars in dam
Vandals cover Chancellor Paul
Hardin’s home with Grateful Dead graf
fiti. In December, Hardin announced he
would not allow the band to return to
the Smith Center for another concert.
"I Q— Defense Secretary nominee
X O Bobby Ray Inman withdraws his
Over the Break
Look for complete coverage of the Sun
Bowl and other sports over the break in
Monday's edition of the DTH.
Taut 35, No. 19 UNC 31; Doc. 30,1994, El Paso, Texas
In a game that rivaled this year's Duke game In excitement
UNC fell short allowing two late Texas touchdowns to win the
Sun Bowl. Runningback Priest Holmes led the Longhorns with
fourTDs. North Carolina's Marcus Wall ran back a punt 82 yards
for a touchdown on his first career punt return.
name from consideration, blaming per
sonal attacks by New York Times col
umnist Bill Safire.
A A—Theßev.Gene Hatley was named
'll Lorena Bobbitt, accused of cut
Zd X ting off her husband’s penis, is ac
quitted of the malicious wounding
charge by reason of temporary insanity.
AA— Shawn Baldwin, of Carrboro
ZZd was shot in the chest inside the
McDonald’s on West Franklin Street
during an argument over money. Police
arrested Kenneth Minard, of Durham
and charged him with one count of as
sault with a deadly weapon with intent
to kill inflicting serious injury. Minard
was also charged with one count of
careless and reckless behavior for leav
ing the scene and running toward
A A —The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Board
ZjD of Education unanimously ap
proved a condom distribution plan for
Chapel Hill High School.
AA— Appalachian State University
Z / student Christopher Todd Stewart
was shot and killed at the Chi Psi frater
nity lodge on Cameron Avenue. Police
said Stewart and his friend, Scott Bames,
were passing the loaded weapon back
and forth in a third-floor room of the
lodge. See story, page 3.
AO Chancellor Paul Hardin
Zd O anounced to the UNC community
that he would resign from his post in
June 1995 at the completion of the
University’s S4OO million Bicentennial
—The UNC Board ofTrustees approved
three visitation policies that gave on
campus students the option of choosing
the policy they want the current
policy, which allows opposite-sex visi
tors from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. weekdays and
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. on weekends; 24-hour
unlimited visitation on weekends; or 24-
hour unlimited visitation at all times.
Patrick Orlando Riley of Durham
became the first person arrested under
Chapel Hill’s stricter gun control ordi
nances, which went into effect Dec. 1.
Riley was issued a citation under the
ordinances, which prohibit the display
or use of firearms by persons under the
influence of alcohol or drugs.
Men's Basketball, No. 1,9-1 (0-1 ACC)
UNC 75, Villanova 66; Dec. 8,1994, Chapel Hill
Donald Williams ted the Tar Heels with 18 points. UNC teamed
before the game that senior Pat Sullivan had successfully com
pleted back surgery butwould be out indefinitely.
UNC 129, Virginia Military 89; Dec. 17,1994, Chapel Hill
Dante Calabria scored 18 points off six 3-pointers as UNC tied
the team record for points in a game.
UNC 88, Hawaii 76; Dec. 22,1994, Honolulu
UNC trailed early in its first road game, but rallied behind Jerry
Stackhouse's 21 points and Williams' 17 points.
UNC 98, Old Dominion 79; Dec. 29,1994, Norfolk, Va.
North Carolina's sophomore trio of Stackhouse, Rasheed
Wallace and Jeff Mclnnis scored a combined 73 points.
1— Tonya Harding’s ex-husband pleads
guilty in the conspiracy to injure Nance
No. 2 North Carolina toppled the
top-ranked Duke Blue Devils 89-78 in
their first meeting as the two top-ranked
teams in thenation.TarHeelfans flocked
to Franklin Street for a post-game cel
ebration that included bonfires and rolls
of toilet paper.
The U.S. ends a 19-year trade em
bargo against Vietnam.
4 Appalachian State University stu
dent William Scott Bames was arrested
and charged with involuntary man
slaughter, a little more than a week after
his gun killed Stewart at the Chi Psi
Gov. Jim Hunt opens a special
session of the N.C. legislature to deal
with his 36-point crime plan.
lA Jose Genaro Diaz, a pediatric
X U resident at UNC Hospitals, was
arrested and charged with first-degree
sexual offense after a patient accused
him of assault. Diaz was suspended with
out pay a day after his arrest.
The last time the UNC women’s
basketball team lost a game. Once again,
the Tar Heels lost to the Wahoos, this
time in Charlottesville, 83-74.
—A frozen rain storm leaves much
of the East and Southeast, includ
ing Chapel Hill, paralyzed and 240,000
homes without power.
1 A — Dean of Student Affairs Donald
X TC Boulton, a 22-year employee of the
University, announced he would resign
from his post in July to become a full
time faculty member at the School of
IC Voters elected George Battle
X uJ student body president in a run-off
election against candidate Tommy
Koonce. Battle received 2,235 votes to
Koonce’s 1,548, making him the fourth
black student body president in UNC’s
Frank Kelso, chief admiral of the
U.S. Navy, announces his resignation
following the Tailhook sexual abuse
1 O UNC Board ofTrustees Chair-
X O man Johnny Harris announced the
names of the 22 members of a commit
tee charged with finding the University’s
next chancellor. See story, page 3.
1 Q— UNCwomen’sindoortrackteam
X 7 captures its sixth ACC title in seven
A 1 David Sokolowski was ordered
Z X to face trial for the 1992 murder and
dismemberment of two Orange County
A A— Student Body President Jim
Z J Copland and president-elect George
Battle backed 13 student groups in ask
ing BOT Chairman Johnny Harris that
six students be added to the chancellor
search committee. Battle, the only stu
dent on the committee, was appointed
as a trustee representative because ofhis
ex-officio BOT membership. Harris re
fused to add more students to the com
AA— The men’s and women’s swim-
Z / ming teams won ACC champion
ships atTalahassee, Fla. Itwas the men’s
UNC 95, UNC Asheville 77; Dec. 31,1994, Chapel Hill
The Tar Heels beat former UNC assistant Randy Wiel's team,
but Calabria sprained his ankle and had to leave the game.
N.C. State 80, UNC 70; Jan. 4,1995, Raleigh
Fourteen Wolfpack 3-pointers led to UNC's first loss of the
season. Lakista McCuller led N.C. State with 24 points.
Women's Basketball, No. 4,134 (14 ACC)
UNC 102, Loyola 38; Dec. 7,1994, Chapel Hill
Charlotte Smith scored 30 points as UNC tied the team record
for victory margin at 64.
UNC 92, East Carolina 36; Dec. 10,1994, Chapel Hill
Freshman Tracy Reid paced the Tar Heel attack with 22 points.
Lori Gear sunk six 3-pointers in the blowout.
Never tell your resolutions beforehand.
Chapel Hill. North Carolina
Charlotte Smith cuts down the net after sinking the 3-pointer that downed Louisiana Tech for the NCAA title.
fifth title in seven years and the women’s
fourth straight tide.
AO The Chapel Hill Town Council
Z O voted to allow UNC’s Principal’s
Executive Program to move into the
town’s old public library. The program,
a leadership training school for N.C.
public school administrators, was
granted a three-year lease on the library
UNC Hospitals terminated the em
ployment of pediatric resident Jose
Genaro Diaz, who was arrested Feb. 10
and charged with assault on a female.
—U.S. fighters shoot down four Serbian
warplanes in Bosnia.
The Balanced Budget Amendment
fails in the Senate by margin of four
would host the NCAA wrestling tour
nament, won the ACC tournament title
and qualified all 10 of its wrestlers for
lt took them three tries, but the
UNC women’s basketball team finally
Women’s soccer players react to their first loss ever at Fetzer Field. UNC fell
to Duke 3-2 on Oct. 19 but went on to win the ACC and NCAA titles.
beat Virginia when it really counted.
The Tar Heels beat up the No. 1-seeded
Cavaliers 77-60 in Rock Hill, S.C., to
take the ACC championship, its first
9— Superior Court Judge Gordon Battle
ruled that the case of Anthony Georg
Simpson, the teenagerchaiged with slay
ing jogger Kristin Lodge-Miller, would
be tried as a capital case and Simpson’s
confession would be admissible as evi
IQ— The 1994 men’s basketball team
X D accomplishes something that the
1993 national champion team did not, it
wins the ACC tournament champion
ship. The Tar Heels beat Virginia 73-66
in the final in Charlotte. FreshmanJeny
Stackhouse took home the tournament
1 A —The Department of Housing
X i chose six residence halls to receive
unlimited 24-hour visitation during the
Fall 1994 semester. The policy will al
low 22 percent of on-campus students to
have unlimited visitation.
Orange-Chatham District Attorney
Carl Fox said he would no longer con
UNC 92, Morehead St. 43; Dec. 19,1994, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
UNC ted 45-18 at the half as Marion Jones paced the Tar Heels
with 18 points on 8 of 10 shooting.
UNC 81, Charleston 36; Dec. 20,1994, Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Tracy Reid scored 26 points in only 24 minutes for the Tar
Heels. UNC outscored Charleston 43-14 in the second half.
UNC 106, East Tennessee State 72; Dec. 21,1994, Myrtle
North Carolina captured the Carolinas Beach Classic title
behind the play of Smith, who scored 35 points and pulled down
22 rebounds, both career highs. Jones also scored a career high
UNC 80, Rhode Island 68; Dec. 29,1994, Blacksburg, Va.
Reid led the Tar Heels with 16 points and 8 rebounds.
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sider books sold at the Bull’s Head
Bookshop as possibly violating the 1929
1 C Chapel Hill resident Robert
X .J Baldwin, 60, was shot and killed
following a violent confrontation with
an acquaintance the night before.
1 r Chi Psi fraternity announced
X uJ that it would join a local volunteer
group in "Buy Back the Hill,” a joint
effort to get guns off the streets of Chapel
Hill. Chi Psi decided to sponsor the
program, which would buy guns from
their owners, and help the group raise
funds for the buyback.
"I A —Wrestler T.J.Jaworksy did some
X 7 thing that no other l'ar Heel had
ever done before: become a two-time
champion. Before a home crowd at the
Smith Center, Jaworsky beat Oregon
State’s Babak Mohammadi for the
NCAA title in the 134-pound division.
AA— It was almost taken for granted:
2rfV/UNC basketball in the Sweet 16.
But not this year. Boston College ended
No. 1 North Carolina’s season with a
75-72 win at the USAir Arena in
Landover, Md. It was the first time in 13
years that the Tar Heels did not advance
to the Sweet 16. See story, page 7.
The UNC women advarn. the
Sweet 16, beating Old Dominion oj-52,
but Tar Heel forward Charlotte Smith is
ejected for fighting at the end of the
game. She is forced to sit out UNC’s
AA— The jury in the trial of David
ZdZd Sokolowski returned with a guilty
verdict for the defendant, accused of
killing and dismembering Rubel “Little
Man” Hill. Sokolowski got a life sen
A A —AnAirForceF-16crashesintoa
ZD parked cargo plane at North
Carolina’s Pope Air Force Base, killing
A A— UNC-system President C.D.
Z*T. Spangler presented the chancellor
search committee with its charge offind
ing anew chancellor at its first meeting.
Spangler told the 22-member commit-
See CALENDAR, Page 2
UNC 57, Virginia Tech 52; Dac. 30,1994, Blacksburg, Va.
Smith and Reid each scored 16 points as the Tar Heels
slipped past the host Hokies to capture the title.
UNC 77, Florida State 52; Jan. 4,1995, Tallahassee, Fla.
Jones led UNC with 21 points as UNC captured its ACC
opener against the Seminoles.
UNC's Tisha Venturini was named Women's Collegiate
Player of the Year by Soccer America Magazine.
North Carolina's Karen Shelton was named National Coach
of the Year by the College Field Hockey Coaches Association.