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$25, 000 to arts and
By MEREDITH CREWS
The L'NC Board of Trustees voted
unanimously Friday to place annual interest
totaling $25,000 into the recently created Arts
and Sciences Foundation.
Chancellor N. Ferebee Taylor said the
foundation had few resources at present.
I he interest will come from a $487,000 gift
to the University from the Sarah Graham
Kenan Foundation. The trustees voted to
place the $487,000 in the University
Endowment Foundation, and the interest will
be transferred to the Arts and Sciences
The interest will be at the disposal of the
dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and
will be used to fund research, graduate and
undergraduate programs in arts and sciences.
The trustees also approved a site for a
geodesic dome to be used as a temporary
indoor recreational facility for hospital
The 50-foot-wide, I8-foot-high, $18,000
dome will be paid for by North Carolina
Memorial H ospital, and the site cost of $7,500
will be funded by the Behavioral Science
Institute, which also will use the facility.
The geodesic dome will be located between
the hospital complex and the Morrison Dorm
parking lot. Three hickory trees must be
removed to prepare the site for the location of
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"After the permanent rehabilitation center is
completed, the location will be restored to its
normal appearance," said Robert Burgin,
administrative director of the hospital.
The board approved unanimously the Real
Property Study Committee selection of the J.
N. Pease architectural firm for construction of
a $6 million cancer research building to be
Political observers have said the bonds and
amendments will probably pass or fail as a block,
but Matthews discounted that theory. She believes
people who are concerned enough to go to the
polls will probably be familiar enough with each
individual issue to make separate judgments in the
Matthews also says she believes voters will
approve the succession amendment.
Jans' Kirby, an area coordinator for the state
Democrats' "Get Out The Vote" (GOTV)
campaign, agrees with Matthews.
"1 think all of the issues on (he ballot will pass,"
Mogadishu from the Greek island of Crete,
leaving Monday morning and arriving after dusk.
"All of the 86 hostages were safely rescued," an
Interior Ministry spokesperson said. The Interior
Ministry is responsible for the Frontier Protection
The lightning raid resembled the Israeli raid at
Entebbe airport in Uganda July 4, 1976, when
Israeli commandos flew secretly into the airport
and rescued 102 hijacked hostages in a shootout
with Arab and West German terrorists.
The four Arab-speaking hijackers seized the
Lufthansa Boeing 737 plane at midday Thursday
over the French Riviera as it was flying from
Majorca to Frankfurt. The action began a five-day
odyssey of terror that took the plane to Rome, to
Cyprus, to half a dozen reluctant airports in the
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The cancer research building will be
constructed only if an Oct. I application for a
$3.75 million grant from the National Cancer
Institute is approved. Matching funds of $2.25
million will be raised from private sources,
according to Christopher Fordham, dean of
the School of Medicine.
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Kirby says. "Most people I've talked to are in
favor of all of it, and wanted to help get it passed."
Kirby says she has been soliciting support for
the referenda from local civic and political leaders
in the 12 counties of the second Congressional
district. She says the only problem she foresees isa
light voter turnout.
"Most towns are having only municipal
elections," Kirby says. "Since there are no
countywide or, national elections, people might
not turn out the way they did last year.
"With no candidates around, I'm afraid many
people will just stay home on Nov. 8."
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Middle East and finally to Mogadishu in the East
African nation of Somalia.
They demanded the release of 13 terrorist
prisoners held in German and Turkish jails and a
$15.5 million ransom. Both Germany and Turkey
stood firm as one deadline after another set by the
hijackers came and went.
Jubilation in Germany was dampened by the
death of Juergen Schumann, the 37-year-old
captain of the plane who was shot to death
Monday. The hijackers unceremoniously dumped
his body from the aircraft while the hostages
watched in horror.
There was still no word on the fate of
industrialist Hanns-Martin Schleyer, 62,
kidnaped by West German terrorists on Sept. 5.
An ultimatum on his life expired Sunday.
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Impact of business association
By BRL'CE ELLIS
Despite youth, a lack of officers and no
constitution, the latest addition to the list of
undergraduate departmental organizations
has already had an impact in the School of
Business, according to group spokesperson
"We've already made our presence known
in the department," Arne says, "and we've
had excellent relations with administrators."
The group, the Association of Business
Students, began organizing in September,
and wants to evaluate existing policies in the
business school, suggest changes and
implement new programs for business
The group plans to voice its opinions to
the business school. It has already been
granted two seats on the school's faculty
committee on undergraduate life, Arne says.
In addition, five committees have been
established and are working on such topics
as an orientation program for freshmen and
sophomore . business students, career
planning, evaluation of class sizes and
business school admissions policies and
implementation of teacher evaluations.
Although the group still has no
constitution, the lack of officers will be
corrected at 3:30 p.m. today in the faculty
lounge on the third floor of Old Carroll.
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approximately the same size as Duke's
library and is larger than the libraries of
the other three schools.
The plan to remedy UNC's decline in
national ranking includes an expansion
of book acquisition rates and an
acceleration in completing book
collections before materials become
A specific goal for U NC libraries is to
increase library collections each year by
purchasing more than 4,888,000
additional volumes by 1995. If this goal
is met, the UNC libraries would be
expected to move from the national
ranking of 25th to 17th in the number of
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The idea to establish the association arose
last spring when some students wanted
evaluations of instructors in the department
and others became interested in discussing
policy changes with the administration prior
to adoption of those policies.
"We think we'll get some funding from the
department, but how much we get will
depend on how we're going to use it," Arne
says. "We also voted to have three faculty
advisers, and we should get them."
Several other organizations of
undergraduates exist within various
departments of the University, including the
history and political science departments.
The Undergraduate History Association
in the history department is generally
independent and does not receive funding
from any department, says Marshall
Bullock, association president, but it does
CGC absorbed BSM
spring deficit in budget
By ROBERT THOMASON
The Campus Governing Council
(CGC) absorbed $481.50 of a Black
Student Movement (BSM) budget
deficit last spring because of a
misunderstanding between the BSM
and former Student Government (SG)
The difficulty began Jan. 27, when
$963 was transferred from the BSM's
cultural activities category to the Black
Ink category of the BSM budget by
former Finance Committee
Chairperson Barry Smith and former
Student Body treasurer Sharon
Warden, according to SG records.
Normally the transfer would have
required CGC approval, but the council
was not scheduled to meet for another
two weeks. The transfer was made on
Jan. 27 to enable the Black Ink, the
BS M newspaper, to be published before
those two weeks expired.
The BSM expected $963 of the money
that would be raised by Black Ink
advertising to be placed back into the
cultural activities category.
felt by school
have a faculty adviser.
The association does not have direct input
in department policy changes but can voice
its opinions to the department through a
representative on the department's
undergraduate studies committee.
The undergraduate political science
organization receives funds and other aid for
its activities from the political science
It has representatives on committees in the
department, who can vote on issues which
come up, says Jay Tannen, president.
"Five students out of about 40 faculty
members on a committee doesn't give us
much weight in the decisions," Tannen says,
but fie says the organization has never really
opposed the policies and actions of the
"We thought that, contingent upon
receiving the advertising revenues, the
money would be transferred back to the
cultural category," BSM Chairperson
Byron H orton said in a recent interview.
But the money was never transferred
back. "I didn't see any need to pass the
legislation necessary for the retransfer
because I was sure that the BSM would
not spend all the money in the cultural
category," former Finance Committee
Chairperson Smith explained.
But Smith's assumption also was
wrong. When the Black Ink received
advertising revenue for the January
issue, BSM officers thought the transfer
to the cultural category had been made.
"We looked at the records in Black
Ink and thought that we had some extra
money," H orton said. Thinking that the
cultural category had been refurbished,
the BSM spent the $963 on an extra
issue of Black Ink.
Thus, BSM spent more money on
Black Ink than had been budgeted for
the publication, and at the same time
spent money in the cultural category as
if the $963 had been re-transferred.
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