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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2008
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www.dailytarheel.com
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115 years of
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RACHEL
ULLRICH
SPORTS EDITOR
962-4710
SPORTS@UNC.EDU
BRENDAN
BROWN.
LINDSEY
NAYLOR
INVESTIGATIVE
TEAM CO-EDITORS
962-0750
ITEAM@UNC.EDU
STACEY
AXELROD
PHOTO EDITOR
962-0750
DTHPHOTO@GMAIL.
COM
BECCA BRENNER,
WILL HARRISON
COPY CO-EDITORS
962-4103
JULIAN
NADELL,
MOLLY
JAMISON
DESIGN EDITOR
962-0750
BLISS PIERCE
GRAPHICS
EDITOR
962-0750
RACHEL WILL
ONLINE EDITOR
962-0750
ONLINE@UNC.EDU
GRACE
KOERBER
MULTIMEDIA EDITOR
962-0750
ONLINE@UNC.EDU
scon POWERS
SPECIAL SECTIONS
EDITOR
ALLISON
NICHOLS
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
962-4086
NALXISON@EMAIL.
UNC.EDU
OFFICE HOURS:
MON., WED.
2 P.M.TO 3P.M.
SARA
GREGORY
MANAGING EDITOR,
PRINT
962-0750
GSARAOEMAILUNC.
EDU
NICOLE
NORFLEET
MANAGING EDITOR,
ONLINE
962-0750
NORFLEESEMAIL.
UNC.EDU
ANDREW
DUNN
UNIVERSITY EDITOR
962-0372
UDESK@UNC.EDU
MAX ROSE
CITY EDITOR
962-4209
CITYDESK@UNC.EDU
ARIEL
ZIRULNICK
STATE & NATIONAL
EDITOR, 962-4103
STNTDESK@UNC.EDU
NATHAN
HEWITT
FEATURES EDITOR
962-4214
FEATURES@UNC.EDU
BENNETT
CAMPBELL
ARTS EDITOR
843-4529
ARTSDESK@UNC.EDU
► The Daily Tar Heel reports any
inaccurate information published
as soon as the error is discovered.
► Corrections for front-page errors
will be printed on the front page.
Any other incorrect information
will be corrected on page 3. Errors
committed on the Opinion Page
have corrections printed on that
page. Corrections also are noted in
the online versions of our stories.
► Contact Print Managing Editor
Sara Gregory at gsara@email.unc.
edu with issues about this policy.
P.0.80x 3257, Chapel Hill, NC 27515
Allison Nichols, Editor-in-Chief, 962-4086
Advertising & Business, 962-1163
News, Features, Sports, 962-0245
One copy per person; additional copies may be
purchased at The Daily Tar Heel for $.25 each.
© 2008 DTH Publishing Corp.
All rights reserved
Give Me
A Latte
Choices.
Now when I want a perk,
I grab a made to order
McCafe coffee. Creamy /
lattes, rich, chocolate
mochas and frothy
cappuccinos are made
with freshly roasted
espresso beans, steamed
milk and my favorite flavors.
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TODAY
Film screening: The Seymour
Center Cinema Series Will pres
ent Alfred Hitchcock's 1946 film
“Notorious" with Cary Grant and
Ingrid Bergman. Admission and
popcorn are free, and donations
are appreciated.
Call 968-2070 for more informa
tion.
Time: 1 p.m.
Location: Seymour Center, 2551
Homestead Road
Part-time job workshop:
University Career Services will offer
students tips and tricks for finding
a part-time job on campus or in the
community. The meeting is open to
UNC students only.
Time: 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Hanes Hall, Room 2398
Outdoor club meeting: UNC's
outdoor club is holding its first
meeting of the year. The group will
discuss trips to the Shakori Hills
music festival, a rafting and hiking
trip in West Virginia called Gauley
Fest and other outdoor activities.
Trail mix will be provided.
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Polk Place in front of
Wilson Library
Poetry open mic: There will be a
poetry open mic every Tuesday at
Market Street Books in Southern
Village. Call 933-5111 or visit www.
Business and Advertising: Kevin Schwartz,
director/genecal manager; Megan McGinity,
advertising director; lisa Reichle, business
manager, Rosanne Niforos, retail sales man
ager; Kate Polichnowski, assistant business
Assistant Editors: Kevin Turner, arts,
Kristen Cresante, Emily Stephenson,
city; Hannah Settle, Michael Willis, copy;
Amanda Goldfarb, Sarah Neal Simpson,
Nick Yarbrough, design; Jordan Lawrence,
diversions, Sarah Frier, features; David
Giancaspro, opinion; Mam Graetz, mul
timedia; David Enarson, Anthony Harris,
Kate Napier, Emma Patti, photography;
Poweil Latimer, Joe McLean, Daniel Price,
sports; Olivia Bowler, Rebecca Putterman,
Devin Rooney, stare & national; Kevin Kiiey,
Matthew Price, Kellen Moore, university.
Arts: Ben Pittard, senior writer,’Will
Augerot, Phillip Crook, Alyssa Griffith, Daniel
Stamkamp, Seth Wright.
City: Katy Doll, senior writer, Andrew
manager.
Customer Service: Kristen Builins, Nate
Hewitt and Amanda Lathom, representatives.
Display Advertising: Lauren Ahlschlager,
Lauren Baum, Catherine Coley, Chris Creech,
Cummings, Rob Gunst, Evan Rose, Rose Anne
Laudicina, Linnie Greene.
Copy: Heather Caldwell, Kate Clark,
Stephanie Cohen, Casey Collins, Amy
Denton, Natasha Duarte, Annie Ellis, Melody
Emami, Lyndsay Norris, Caroline Phillips,
Sarah Reidinger, Adrian Romero, Madeline
Struttmann, Elizabeth Turgeon, Hannah-Marie
Warfle.
Design: Amanda Ruehlen.
Diversions: Rachael Oehring and Jonathan
Pattishall.
Features: Katy Doll, Danielle Kucera, senior
writers Dan Byrnes, Anita Rao, Aaron Taube,
Maria Ward, Amanda Younger.
Investigative Team: Elizabeth DeOrnellas,
Catarina Saraiva, Sergio Tovar senior writers;
The Daily Tar Heel is published by the DTH Publishing Corp., a nonprofit North Carolina corporation, Monday
through Friday, according to the University calendar. Callers with questions about billing or display advertising
should call 962-1163 bet ween 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Classified ads can be reached at 962-0252. Editorial ques-
tions should be directed to 962-0245.
OFFICE: Suite 2409 Carolina Union
CAMPUS MAIL ADDRESS: CB# 5210, Carolina Union
U.S. MAIL ADDRESS: P.0.80x 3257,
Chapel Hill, NC 27515-3257
marketstreetbooks.com for more infor
mation.
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Market Street Books, 610
Market St..
Fishing club interest meeting:
The Carolina Fishing Club will have
its first meeting of the year. The meet
ing will feature information about
spots to fish around campus and in
Chapel Hill.
Students interested in becoming offi
cers must attend.
Time: 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Location: Greenlaw, Room 431
Think-tank meeting: The Roosevelt
Institution, a student think tank, is
holding its first meeting of the year.
The group will discuss how it wants
to structure the club this year and is
seeking member input. Food will be
provided.
Time: 8 p.m.
Location: Murphey, Room 116
WEDNESDAY
Cholesterol lecture: Liz Watt, a
registered dietician, will speak about
which foods are good for your health
and which should be avoided. The
lecture is part of National Cholesterol
Education month.
Time: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Location: UNC Wellness Center at
Meadowmont, lobby
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PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS STAFF
Lauryn D'Angelo, Katherine Fitzpatrick,
Kaitlyn Jordan, Luke Lin, Megan Ratcliffe,
Jenna Tenace, Megan Winterhalter and
Caldwell Zimmerman, account executives;
Dane Bames, marketing associate.
EDITORIAL STAFF
Matthew Price.
Online: Damitri Martinez.
Opinion: Lisa Andrukonis, Yaniv Barzilai, Ben
Buck, Harrison Jobe, Greg Marpolis, Andrew
Stiles, Sarah Whitworth, editorial board, Pablo
Friedman, Andrea Ludtke, Danny Randolph,
Alexander Trowbridge, columnists; Dylan
Gilroy, Alex Lee, cartoonists
Multimedia: Maty Katherine Ayers.
Photography: Anika Anand, Sarah Bowman,
Jerome Carpenter, Nitisha Desai, Ankit Gupta,
Zach Gutterman, Sydney Hess Abby Keiper,
Kaitlin McKeown, Alexandra Porter, Lisa Pepin,
Sarah Riazati, Elyssa Sharp, Hannah Sharpe,
Adam Sherwood, Eric Velarde, Jon Young and
Jenn Zeng.
Sports: Mike Ehrlich, David Ely, Gabe Hiatt,
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Garden clinic: Orange County
Master Gardeners and the Orange
County Agricultural Extension Service
will offer a home garden clinic at
the N.C. Botanical Garden every
Wednesday. Call 962-0522 for more
information.
Time: noon to 2 p.m.
Location: N.C. Botanical Garden,
Totten Center
Ring unveiling: The official class
ring for,the senior class will be
unveiled to the public Wednesday. The
unveiling will include appearances
from the UNC band, UNC cheerlead
ers and Rameses. Free food and door
prizes will be provided.
Time: 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Location: the Pit
Journalists' meeting: The
Carolina Association of Black
Journalists is holding its first meet
ing of the year.'The group will
discuss its plans for the year and
officers will be introduced.
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Carroll Hall, Room 33
To make a calendar submission,
visit www.dailytarheel.com/calendar,
or e-mail dthcalendar@gmail.com.
Events will be published in the news
paper on the day and the day before
they take place and will be posted
online when received.
Submissions must be sent in by
noon the preceding publication date.
Advertising Production: Penny Persons,
manager, Beth O'Brien, ad production
coordinator.
Jordan Mason, Sam Rosenthal, senior writers;
Jonathan Crook, John Dougherty, Penn Ely,
Chris Hempson, Louie Horvath, Anna Kim,
Beth Mechum, David Reynolds,
State & National: lan Ager, Meghan
Cooke, Rebecca Denison, Forrest Fleming,
Jacqueline Huntington, Stephanie Metzen,
Gregory Smith.
University: Maty Cole Allen, Mary Ann
Barone, Colin Campbell, Abby Farson, Zack
Levine, Ryan McPeek, Meghan Pritchard,
Lindsay Ruebens, Christian Wisseh, Seth
Wright.
Editorial Production: Stacy Wynn,
manager.
Printing: Triangle Web Printing Cos.
Distribution: Nick and Sarah Hammonds.
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FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
Two men mistakenly parachuted into
Duke University’s Wallace Wade Stadium
on Saturday with the game ball for rival
UNC-Chapel Hill’s home opener against
McNeese State University.
The Virginia-based jumpers were hindered
because of inclement weather and jumped into the
first stadium they saw. UNC’s Kenan Stadium is
located 8 miles from Duke.
NOTED. A man suf
fered fatal injuries Sunday
after jumping from 70-foot
Looking Glass Falls in
Asheville’s Pisgah National
Forest into 6-foot deep water
below.
The waterfall is blocked off
by a fence and has warning
signs posted. Family members
said the man has jumped off
other waterfalls in the past.
POLICE LOG
■ A group of suspects at a
downtown apartment complex
were asked at 4:26 p.m. Saturday
to refrain from tailgating oo pri
vate property, according to Chapel
Hill police reports.
Reports state that the group
trespassed on private property
to tailgate in the parking lot at
Town House Apartments on
Hillsborough Street.
■ A Chapel Hill man arrested
Friday for DWI had a butcher knife
concealed under a seat, according
to Chapel Hill police reports.
Reports state that police
stopped the driver, Antuan
Jarmal McMillion, 29, of 1132
N. Heritage Circle, because he
was driving on the wrong side of
North Estes Road and appeared
to be impaired.
Officers discovered the butcher
knife concealed under the driver’s
seat of the car, according to reports.
McMillion was released on a
written promise and is scheduled to
appear in criminal court Oct 28.
■ Police responded Sunday to
reports of vandalism to a 1990
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QUOTED. “I think that most
American teenagers will find it
rather lame and sort of laugh
able the things that were once
considered so controversial.”
Oberlin College professor
Anne Trubek, who is seeking
to get “The Catcher in the Rye”
removed from high school read
ing lists because it’s not contem
porary enough foryoung people
to relate to anymore.
Jaguar, according to Chapel Hill
police reports.
Reports state that someone
spray painted the vehicle, which
was discovered at 1:25 p.m. at the
car owner’s home on San Mateo
Place.
The vandalism resulted in
SI,OOO in damage to the vehicle,
according to reports.
■ Someone broke into a Church
Street home Sunday and stole
$4,725 worth of personal items,
according to Chapel Hill police
reports.
The suspect stole two laptop
computers, two iPods, a wireless
router, a clock radio and several
U.S. and foreign coins, among
other items. The theft was dis
covered at 5 p.m., according to
reports.
■ Someone revved a motor
cycle Friday for about 20 min
utes in downtown Chapel Hill,
according to Chapel Hill police
reports.
Reports state that the noise
violation occurred at 6:32 a.m.
on East Franklin Street.
    

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