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National Blood Bank
Dry, Needs Donors
The National Red Cross is experi
encing a critical shortage of blood, said
Casey Copp, a Red Cross representa
tive.
The Red Cross will sponsor a blood
drive from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. today in
Union 205,206 and 208.
Copp said the situation is urgent as
well as disheartening. She urges stu
dents to donate their blood for a worthy
cause.
Former Union Director
Howard D. Henry Dies
Howard D. Henry of Viroqua, Wis.,
died Monday. Henry served as the
director of the Student Union, starting
in 1956. Henry is survived by his four
children.
Medical Cards Available
For Senior Citizens
The Chapel Hill Police Department,
in conjunction with the Orange County
Department of Aging and the AARP,
has begun a program of Emergency
Medical Information Cards.
The cards are designed to encourage
senior citizens with specialized medical
needs to record information such as
doctor’s names, allergies and medical
conditions, storing it in a central loca-
Campus Calendar
Wednesday
10 a.m. - Interested in team sports?
Meet representatives of the UNC Sport
Clubs and have all your questions
answered.
More than 40 student sport and
recreational organizations will be in
the Pit for the membership drive.
The rain date will be Friday in the
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FROIVI 6 TO 9 PM
AT SECOND FLOOR OF DEY HALL
(Rooms 205, 207,206, 208,209)
Peer tutors available on a drop-in basis
first come, first served—to help in the following courses:
French 1-4 • Spanish 1-4 • Italian 1-4
German 1-4 • Portuguese 1-3 (Wednesdays)
Latin (Tuesdays) • Math 10, 17, 18, 30, 31, 32, 33
Biol 11, 50 • Chem 11, 21, 41, 61 • Phys 24, 25 (Wednesdays)
Econ 10, 100 (Tuesdays) • Business 24, 71 (Tuesdays)
Math 22 (Tuesdays) • Statistics 11,31 (Tuesdays)
Political Science 41 • Astronomy 31 (Tuesdays)
Geology 11 (Wednesdays) • Anthropology 10 (Wednesdays)
For additional help in chemistry and math,
try these free resources:
The Math Help Center
09 Gardner
3:30-7:30 pm M-Th
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225 Venable Hall
12:00-6:00 pm M-Th
Questions? Call 962-3782
Sponsored by the Peer Tutoring Program
and UNC Learning Center
tion.
The cards will be distributed at the
Chapel Hill Senior Center on Elliot
Road, at the Chapel Hill Police
Department and at University Mall.
Volunteer Coaches
Needed for Fall Season
The Carrboro Parks and Recreation
Department is accepting volunteer
coaching applications for the 2000
Youth 13- to 14-year-old Baseball
League.
Coaches must be able to teach play
ing skills, sportsmanship and be able to
effectively organize practices and com
municate with players and parents.
For more information or to receive
an application, call Craig Wolfe at 968-
7703.
Larry King Scheduled
To Speak at University
Larry King, the host of CNN’s talk
show “Larry King Live,” is scheduled to
speak at UNC on Oct. 20 on ethics in
television news.
King is the top-rated on-air personal
ity at CNN and a 40-year veteran of the
broadcasting business.
The speech will be held at 3 p.m. in
111 Carroll Hall. Seating will be limited
to the first 425 people to arrive.
University to Co-host
Diabetes Conference
The UNC Diabetes Care Center will
co-host “Taking Control of Your
Diabetes,” a nonprofit conference and
health fair for people who have diabetes
and their loved ones.
The event, held from 7:30 a.m. to
4:45 p.m. at the Raleigh Civic and
Convention Center, provides informa
tion about preventing and controlling
diabetes. Free nutritional counseling
will be available. For more information,
e-mail www.tcoyd.org.
Great Hall of the Student Union.
For more information, call 962-1013
or e-mail smbradle@email.unc.edu.
5 p.m. - A general interest meeting
for Womentoring will be held in 39
Graham Memorial.
Womentoring pairs first-year under
graduate women with a faculty or staff
Womentor for the duration of one aca
demic year. Students who participate are
required to attend monthly workshops
Investigation Continues in Ark. Shooting
The Associated Press
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - A
University of Arkansas graduate student
found dead near an English professor in
an apparent murder-suicide had been
kicked out of a degree program last
week after a decade of lackluster work.
English professor John Locke, 67, and
James Easton Kelly, 36, were found
dead Monday, lying face-up on the floor
of Locke’s office. Both had been shot in
the abdomen, university police Capt.
Brad Bruns said.
The .38-caliber revolver, which Kelly
bought at a pawn shop five years ago,
was found between the men; investiga
tors worked Tuesday to find out who
shot whom.
“We don’t want to say it was one way
Clinton: Disbarment Too Harsh, Unprecedented
The Associated Press
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - President
Clinton said Tuesday he should not be
disbarred over his testimony in the
Paula Jones sexual harassment case,
telling a state judge that losing his law
license is too harsh a penalty.
In a five-page response to a com
plaint filed by the Arkansas Supreme
Court Committee on Professional
Conduct, the president said that he
would not receive such a stiff sanction if
his case was handled like similar cases.
“On the basis of the relevant facts, the
governing law and the applicable deci
sions of the Arkansas courts ..., a sanc
tion of disbarment would be excessively
focusing on leadership skills and
women’s issues. Womentoring is open
only to first-year women
5:30 p.m. - All are welcome to attend
Student Night at the Newman Catholic
Student Center!
Dinner is included and will be fol
lowed by a presentation on fixing up a
residence hall room. Tips on being orga
nized, creative and fun will be included
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News
and it turn out to be a different way, with
the location of the gun and the two bod
ies. It was not obvious at the scene,” said
university police Lt. Gary Crain.
A panel of six professors voted Aug.
21 to dismiss Kelly from the English
department’s doctoral program because
he habitually dropped classes and made
insufficient progress in 10 years as a
graduate student. Locke, who was
Kelly’s faculty adviser, was on the com
mittee but abstained from the vote.
The committee allowed Kelly to con
tinue his studies as a non-degree student.
Professor Brian Wilkie recalled that
in the mid-1990s Kelly bombed on an
oral examination, stumbling through
answers and failing to show mastery of
required reading material.
“He didn’t take his work very seri
harsh, impermissibly punitive and
unprecedented in the circumstances of
this case,” Clinton’s lawyers wrote.
Pulaski County Circuit Judge Leon
Johnson said he expected to receive
Clinton’s filing Tuesday but otherwise
would not discuss the case, including
when it might be scheduled for a hear
ing or trial.
The state conduct committee says the
president lied about his relationship with
former White House intern Monica
Lewinsky when asked about it, under
oath, in January 1998. Jones’ lawyers
asked the president about Lewinsky
while a federal judge presided over his
deposition.
In a lawsuit filed against Clinton on
A $2 donation is recommended.
6 p.m. - The first of three available
treasurers’ orientations will be held in
247 Phillips Hall.
All student groups receiving funds
from Student Congress must send a
representative to one of these orienta
tions. For more information, call Student
Body Treasurer Patrick Frye at 962-
4964.
6 p.m. - The Campus Y will hold a
ously,” Wilkie said. “He never struck me
as a sinister person, just not very moti
vated.”
Wilkie said Kelly had been dropped
from the program at least three times.
Each time, until last week, the faculty
had voted to reinstate him.
A woman enrolled in the school’s
graduate program in the 1990s said
Kelly’s performance was erratic.
“He wasn’t ever quite on the same
track as the rest of us as far as what he
was supposed to do for class and coming
to class,” said Angie Albright, an assis
tant professor of English at Georgia
Southwestern State. “He seemed nice
enough, but distant all the time.”
Police said Kelly had no criminal
record and that there was no indication
on his university record of discipline
June 30, the conduct committee’s prose
cutor accused the president of lying to
spare himself embarrassment. In the
response filed Tuesday, Clinton’s
lawyers acknowledged that the president
was attempting to save face.
Clinton “took actions motivated in
part by a desire to protect himself and
others from embarrassment,” the
lawyers wrote.
Jones filed suit in May 1994, alleging
Clinton made a crude sexual advance
toward her three years earlier in a Little
Rock hotel room. Jones had hoped to
use evidence of the Lewinsky affair as
part of an attempt to show a pattern of
predatory behavior.
Wright, however, said the Lewinsky
general interest meeting in Carmichael
Ballroom.
All those who want to get to know the
19 different committees and find out
about Campus Y should plan to attend.
6:30 p.m. - All those interested in
international issues, leadership positions
or Model United Nations are encour
aged to attend the United Nations
Organization interest meeting in
Union 205.
For more information, contact Carrie
Callahan at carrieec@email.unc.edu.
Thursday
5 p.m. - The UNC chapter of the
National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People will
hold its first general body meeting of the
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problems.
But Locke apparently had some
reservations: when Kelly recently sched
uled a meeting with Locke, the professor
was reluctant to meet in private, Wilkie
said.
“He said he was going to have it in
the department office, not his own
office,” Wilkie said. “I asked him if
(Kelly) seemed violent, and he said, ‘You
never know.’”
On Monday, the men could be heard
arguing behind the locked door to-
Locke’s office. Witnesses reported hear
ing three shots. When police entered,*
they found four empty shell casings in’
the gun.
A caller to 911 reported hearing a:
man he believed to be Locke say during
the shooting, “I didn’t do anything.”
material was not essential tojones’ case,
and later dismissed Jones’ lawsuit.
Clinton’s lawyers said Tuesday that
the testimony at the center of the dis
barment lawsuit was so minor that strip
ping the president of his law license
would be too severe of a penalty.
Matt Glavin, president of the
Southeastern Legal Foundation of
Atlanta, which had asked for Clinton’s
disbarment, said after Tuesday’s filing
that the proposed sanctions were not too
harsh. “Honesty and candor are
absolute prerequisites in our bar,”
Glavin said. “The Supreme Court has
made it clear what’s required for mem
bership in the Arkansas bar. Mr. Clinton
doesn’t meet those standards.”
year in Union 211. Those interested in
joining are encouraged to attend.
6 p.m. - The Carolina Academic
Team will hold a general information
meeting/practice in 321 Greenlaw Hall.
Anyone interested in Jeopardy!, Who
Wants to Bea Millionaire, quiz bowl, or
in putting trivia knowledge to good use
is invited to come.
6 p.m. - Hip Hop Nation will hold
an interest meeting for all prospective
members in the Student Union.
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Wednesday, August 30,2000
Volume 108, Issue 63
P.O. Box 3257, Chapel Hill, NC 27515
Matt Dees,‘Editor: 962-4086
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