North Carolina Newspapers

    VOLUME 115, ISSUE 144
BACK IN THE FAST LANE
Heels return to
court, crush BC
BY GREGG FOUND
SENIOR WRITER
The Tar Heels had just enjoyed
seven days of rest, but coach Roy
Williams decided a few of them
needed a little more.
Fed up with the lineup that
had just allowed back-to-back
easy layups, Williams yanked all
five players, sat them on the bench
and gave them a mouthful.
“I was ready
to choke some
body,' Williams
said after the
game. “We
didn't hustle, we
MEN’S
BASKETBALL
BC 69
UNC 91
didn’t get after loose balls, we didn’t
sprint bads.’’
His words were enough.
“Everybody got the message,’
said Alex Stepheson, who endured
the tongue-lashing with Ty
Lawson, Tyler Hansb rough, Danny
Green and Marcus Ginyard.
The lineup that replaced them
turned a one-point deficit into a
five-point lead. Minutes later the
original five returned and dropped
the hammer with a devastating
Defensive-minded UNC
locks down conference foe
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Boston College point guard Tyrese
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win. Rice shot 6-15 for the night.
Hospital looks to connect state cancer treatment
BY KATY DOLL
ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY EDITOR
The N.C. Cancer Hospital will
centralize cancer treatment, just
as it promises to centralize cancer
care and research from all across
the state.
"The intention is that there
are about 100 counties in North
Carolina,* said Dr. Richard
Goldberg, UNC Lineberger
Comprehensive Cancer Center
associate director and physician
in-chief of the cancer hospital.
“And we would like to reach all
of them.’
UNC Hospitals now serves
only a few patients from outlying
counties, Goldberg said, but con
ferencing materials will connect
physicians around the state with
the University.
The new hospital will have more
clinical research areas, including a
unit for administering new drugs
to patients.
“Our mission is patient care and
clinical research. It’s dear that in
order to serve our research mis
sion, top-quality cancer care is
necessary,’ Goldberg said.
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CUAB FILM “Control," about rock
singer lan Curtis, plays tonight in the Union
SOLDIER KISSES UPS offers free
postage for care packages sent to soldiers.
GRANTS FOR KIDS President Bush's
new voucher proposal draws debate.
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21-0 run to put the game out of
reach for a 91-69 victory against
Boston College (12-7,3-3 ACC) on
Thursday night.
Fueled by a flow of early buckets
from Deon Thompson, who finished
with a career-high 17 points, UNC
(20-1,5-1) jumped out to M-4 lead,
erasing any doubt about the team
being rusty after a long break.
“Deon was everywhere tonight,’
Ginyard said of Thompson, who
also tied career highs in assists and
steals. “That’s where we need Deon.
Hopefully he can understand that
he has such a great impact on this
team when he plays like that*
Williams has said often that
Thompson sometimes just needs
his shots to fall before picking up
a head of confidence. That wasn’t
a problem tonight
‘He thinks he's Magic Johnson
in the locker room right now,’
Williams said.
Thompson and Wayne
Ellington were the two Tar Heel
starters who Williams put into
the game when he subbed all five
players out and Thompson imme
diately went to work.
He scored six points, grabbed
a rebound and stole a pass in just
SEE BASKETBALL, PAGE 6
BY NICOLE LUKOSIUS
SENIOR WRITER
North Carolina hasn't had an
seven-day break during regu
lar season play since 2001, but
maybe it should become a staple
in the Thr Heels’ schedule after
sending Boston College packing
Thursday night.
Not only was UNC running
with fresh legs and shooting lights
out but it also was able to put the
stops on the Eagles' ability to
establish any offensive rhythm.
If it was an improved defensive
effort that coach Roy Williams was
looking for, it was an improved
defensive effort he got
“At about the nine-minute
mark down to the end of the
first half, I thought defensively
was the most active we’ve been
this year," North Carolina coach
Roy Williams said. “We got some
turnovers, we got some deflec-
SEE DEFENSE, PAGE 6
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STUDENT ELECTIONS 2008
page 4
Senior class president and vice
president candidates James
Shelly and Pinar Gurel say
they're "the people's seniors."
CAA and GPSF president
candidates run unopposed.
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North Carolina junior forward Danny Green takes it to the hoop during the Tar Heels’ 91 -69 victoiy against
Boston College Thursday night at the Smith Center. UNC next faces Florida State on the road Sunday.
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HEELS DISMANTLE DEACS
The No. 3 women's basketball
team climbed to a 19-2 record
with a 76-55 win against
Wake Forest in Winston-Salem
on Thursday night.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2008
Building exterior
nears completion
BY KATY DOLL
ASSISTANT UNIVERSITY EDITOR
Contained within the new N.C.
Cancer Hospital are all the aspects
of cancer treatment, from radiation
sections in the basement to long
term stay rooms on the top floor.
Construction on the exterior of
the 320,000-square-foot build
ing, located on Manning Drive,
should conclude within the next
few weeks.
“The cancer hospital is on sched
ule to be completed in summer
2009, with occupancy early to mid
fell,” said Mel Hurston, a senior vice
president of UNC Hospitals.
Once occupied, the cancer
hospital, which broke ground in
September 2005, will be an integral
part of UNC Hospitals, from treat
ment to physical connections.
The basement, which will be an
extension of the existing emergency
room, will house radiation treat
ment facilities and 21 new exam
rooms.
SEE BUILDING, PAGE 6
this day in history
FEB. 1,1986...
UNC wrestlers beat Clemson 36-6,
upping their record to 14-3-1. The
Tar Heels are within one match of
the all-time school record of 15
wins in a season, set in 1979.
Grads
count
final
days
100 days remain
for class of 2008
BY CHRISTIAN WISSEH
STAFF WRITER
Like the ’Bos hair band Europe
said, “It’s the Final Countdown!"
As of today there are only 100
days left until UNC’s class of
2008 graduates.
To celebrate those final 100
days. Senior Class President
Ashley Shores and Senior Class
Vice President Veronica Mora
are hosting a celebration in the
breezeway between the Student
Union buildings.
“The breezeway is set apart
from the rest of the Pit, so the
event is still a part of the student
body but has a seniors-only feel,"
Shores said.
In addition to free cupcakes
and a raffle, the event will provide
information about senior class
happenings and projects.
TVo of the senior class’s proj
ects this year are Carolina for
Kibera and the construction of a
Habitat for Humanity home.
Unrest in the Nairobi area of
Kenya caused CFK to shut down
temporarily in January, but the
postelection riots did not stop the
fundraising effort
Shores said the unrest should
SEE 100 DAYS, PAGE 6
Celebrate it:
100 Days to
Graduation
Time: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Place: breezeway between
two Student Union buildings
Free: cupcakes and music
► Wear the senior class T-shirt
to be entered into a raffle for
two free Senior Formal tickets.
Buy: senior class T-shirts
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