North Carolina Newspapers

Thursday, November 1, 2001
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Christine Penington and Kristin
Miller, freshmen at Don University who
attempted to pass through the blockades
said the restrictions will not hamper
their Halloween plans.
They said, “We’ve never been, but
we heard Halloween on Franklin Street
is a lot of fun.”
But Jim Earnhardt, owner of 23 Steps
Bar at 173 1/2 E. Franklin St. said, “1
really think it’s an overreaction, what
with Halloween being a Wednesday
night this year, the crowds are going to
be small, and now they’ll be even small
Earnhardt said that despite restric-
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dons on campus parking and access to
local streets, he is optimistic about
crowd attendance for the evening.
“I think the turnout is going to be bet
ter than people think,” he said.
“We’re pretty well-stocked. The last
few days have been slow, and that
leaves us with more for tonight, so we
didn’t really have to reorder."
But Earnhardt said 23 Steps will be
stocking up on extra staff for the
Halloween crowds. “We’ll probably
have seven bouncers and three bar
tenders working tonight," he said.
“The capacity of the bar is in the mid
200s, but we always try to keep it about
20 below capacity just to be safe.”
The City Editor can be reached
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confirmed the use of B-52 bombers “all
over the country, including Taliban
forces in the north.”
He added that the B-52s have the
capacity to carry large loads of weapons
to carpet-bomb Afghanistan’s front-line
During a Pentagon news conference,
Stufflebeem also said recent attacks
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Stahl has won several Emmys, the
Edward R. Murrow Award for Overall
Excellence in Television presented by
the Radio and Television News Directors
Association and many other awards.
The Earl Wynn Distinguished
Lecture Series, dedicated to issues in
broadcast journalism, is one of four
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have so severely damaged the Taliban’s
military communications system that
commanders in the field are having
trouble summoning new supplies and
troop reinforcements.
“We beheve that puts a terrific
amount of stress on their military capa
bility,” he said.
Victoria Clarke, spokeswoman for
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, said
he had notified the White House that the
reserve call-up would exceed 50,000, but
she offered no new projected total.
school each year. Last year’s Wynn
speaker was CNN’s Larry King.
The series honors Wynn, who found
ed UNC’s Department of Radio,
Television and Motion Picture Studies at
the end of World War 11.
The program trained successful film
and TV producers, writers, station own
ers and on-air and film talent before it
was dismanded by the University.
The University Editor can be reached
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had what biological agents,” he said.
“A registry would provide excellent
resources for law enforcement to deter
mine where anthrax or other diseases
came from.”
The information provided by the labs
would be confidential and only accessi
ble to state and federal law enforcement
or the Centers for Disease Control and
Campus Calendar
8 a.m. - Bracelets are being distributed
until 5 p.m. for Saturday’s ticket distribu
tion. Stop by Gate 5 of Kenan Stadium
with a UNC ONE Card to get a bracelet
5 p.m. - The Philosophy Club will
discuss David Lewis’ article, “The
Paradoxes of Time Travel,” in the
Common Room in Caldwell Hall.
5:30 p.m. - The Carolina Athletic
Association will hold an information
forum. Students can question and com
ment on ticket distribution and get
Homecoming week information. The
forum will be held in 431 Greenlaw Hall.
5:30 p.m. - The Institute for the
Arts and Humanities in collaboration
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“We may not be able to stop a foreign
government from making anthrax, but
we can prevent terrorists from stealing
them from our own labs,” Cooper said.
“Instead of just fighting the last battle of
anthrax, we need to anticipate the next
potential batde in bioterrorism.”
Goodwin said he expects both bills to
be passed before the legislature adjourns.
The State & National Editor can be
reached at
with the Center for Health Ethics and
Policy will hold a briefing on the new
University-wide Ethics Program in the
School of Social Work Auditorium,
located at 301 Pittsboro St.
7 p.m. - The Association for
India’s Development will host “The
Mirror of Relationship: In relationship
with others, we discover who we are
and see the truth of our being and the
nature of our thinking.” Come to 203
Dey Hall to discuss this topic.
8 p.m. - TTie National Society of
Black Engineers will host “Spoken
Word/Poetry Nite” in the Union Cabaret
The event features poetry, spoken word,
neo soul and open mic. The cost is $7 or
$5 with a book donation for 13-17 year
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P.O. Box 3257. Chapel Hill. NC 27515
Katie Hunter. Editor, 962-4086
Advertising & Business. 962-1163
News, Features. Sports. 962-0245
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