Ohio St. 14
San Francisco 24
N.C. State 14
Wake Forest 31
New Orleans 20
Kansas City 6
Ga. Tech 14
New England 28
Sunny today, except...
for members of Student
Government who probably
won't show their faces
following a humiliating
defeat by the Daily Tar
HeelS, 1 1-1 . SG had earlier squeaked
by the Tar Heels, 9-5.
Copyright 1983 The Daily Tar Heel. All rights reserved.
Volume 91, Issue 61
record to 4-0
By MIKE DeSISTI
North Carolina wide receiver Mark
Smith came off as the aggressive oppor
tunist without a conscience Saturday in
relating his team's week-in, week-out of
fensive game plan which had accounted
for a season-high scoring output just
"We take what we can get," he said.
"We don't do any more, any less.
"We just take what we can get."
Smith took two of quarterback Scott
Stankavage's UNC record-tying four,
touchdown passes in hand and the Tar
Heels took a little more in a 5 1-20 win over
visiting William and Mary in front of a
Homecoming crowd of 49,400 in Kenan
He needn't feel greedy, however, seeing
as William and Mary almost made a game
out of it early on in the third quarter. The
Tribe opened the second half in much the
same manner as it had opened the game,
and cut a 31-10 North Carolina halftime
lead to 1 1 in scoring on its first two posses
sions in the third quarter.
William and Mary's Brian Morris made
good on a 36-yard field goal attempt after
the Tribe's opening drive in the second
half stalled at the North Carolina 19.,
William and Mary then gave the Tar
Heels three downs and a punt before mov
ing the ball 62 yards in seven plays,
quarterback Stan Yagiello completing
passes of 17 and 15 yards and tailback
need not be paid for
By LYNN DAVIS
Students are not legally obligated to pay
for Call Waiting or any other optional ser
vice offered by the local office of Southern
Bell unless the services were specifically re
quested by the subscriber, said Dorothy
Bernholz, director of UNC Student Legal
"I'm telling my clients they're not
obligated to pay for any services they
didn't order," Bernholz said.
Problems with the optional telephone
services arose shortly after students return
ing to school had their phones hooked up
and then found that they also had one or
more of the optional services, even though
they had not requested them.
With the Call Waiting service, a special
tone interrupts a call already in progress to
indicate that someone else is trying to call.
By depressing the switchhook, the first call
can be put on hold while the second is
answered. Other custom calling services
offered by Southern Bell include Call
Forwarding, Three-way Calling and Speed
James Exum, a junior industrial rela
tions major from Charlotte,' said that a
sales representative from Southern Bell in
Chapel Hill called his roommate and in
formed Exum's roommate of the services
, available and told him the Call Waiting
service had been placed on their phone.
The sales representative said they would
have to call Southern Bell if they wanted to
have the service disconnected.
Exum said he brought his complaint to
Bernholz at Student Legal Services and
Ron Everett, chairman of the Student Af
fairs Committee of the Campus Governing
Exum said that after Bernholz contacted
Southern Bell, he received his phone bill
and there was no charge for the Call
Bernholz described Southern Bell's
marketing procedure as the "negative op
tion" because it saddled the consumer
with the responsibility of disconnecting a
service that was never requested.
Bernholz said that she questioned the
method by which subscribers secure phone
' service. The phone connection cards that
students complete and return to their
residence halls have no place for the stu
dent's signature. She said there is no legal
Ethan Horton takes a handoff from Scott Stankavage Saturday against William and Mary. StankaVage passed
for 218 yards and four touchdowns, and Horton rushed for 141 yards in North Carolina's 51-20 win.
Michael Qemons shooting off right tackle
and into the end zone from 24 yards out.
Morris's point after touchdown made it
3 1-20, North Carolina; but that was all the
scoring William and Mary would do while
the Tar Heels padded their lead, to a large
extent with a passing attack that accounted
for 222 of 515 total yards on the game.
"They attacked us in the right spots and
were able to get a few yards off of us,"
UNC cornerback Walter Black said. "But
our objective is to keep them out of the
end zone more times than we get in the end
zone, and we did that today."
While Stankavage was 9-of-12 for 124
yards and two touchdowns in the first
ly binding contract between Southern Bell
and a subscriber. She also said that
students should be able to indicate on the
card whether they are interested in any of
the optional services and then sign the
Some students who called the local
Southern Bell office to have their
telephones connected also have had prob
lems with the optional services.
Sheryl Thomas, a senior English major
from Hendersonville, said she called
Southern Bell to have her phone con-.
nected. When it still had not been con
nected three weeks later, her roommate,
Tracy Adams, a senior journalism major
from Goldsboro, called Southern Bell
"The lady asked me if we wanted Call
ing Cards and a separate listing, but she
said nothing about Call Waiting," Adams
said. "Now we do have it, and I wish we
Thomas said, 'It irritates me, especially
when I'm on the phone long distance and
it (Call Waiting) interrupts me."
Adams and Thomas have not yet re
ceived a phone bill and do not know if
they are being charged for the service.
Trey Carter, a freshman from Gastonia,
said a Southern Bell representative called
him during the second week of school and
told him about the options available. He
said he told her he. was not interested, and
she said she would send him a pamphlet
with more information.
"I never got the pamphlet, but I do
have Call Waiting," Carter said. "I just
happened to notice it when I was on the
phone one day- It's more of a nuisance
George Mullen, Chapel Hill district,
manager for Southern Bell, said that to his
knowledge, no one had had any of thie op
tional services hooked up without first giv
"If someone says he did not request the
services, he will not be held responsible to
pay for them," Mullen said. "We operate
on the premise-that everyone is as honest
as we are."..
In some cases, students were called by a
Southern Bell representative who told
them that they would receive one of the
optional services free for one month. At
See SOUTHERN BELL on page 4
Serving the student and the University community since 1893
Monday, September 26, 1983
half, most of North Carolina's offense in
that half was generated on the ground.
Junior tailback Ethan Horton side
stepped and spun his way for 1 12 yards on
20 carries in those first 30 minutes of game
time for North Carolina and the Tar Heels
scored touchdowns on their first five
possessions, failing only when they held ,
onto the ball for one down to let the last
a 0:18 .run off the clock. ; ;
"It's what they were giving us," said
UNC tailback Tyron Anthony of the run.
"In the first half, they gave us the run.
In the second half, they shut down the run
but still gave us the passing attack."
But before the Tribe gave anything, it
III s V
I w U it -
"Yure Nmomma," better known as Teague resident Steve Latham, was
crowned 1983 Homecoming queen at the football game on Saturday.
A differen t twist Homecoming queen a
By AMY TANNER
A guy in a dress with hairy legs, smeared makeup,
and a five o'clock shadow. No, not a drag queen
During halftime of Saturday's game, Scott College
representative "Yure Nmomma" was crowned UNC
, Homecoming queen. -
"Yure Nmomma" is also known as Steve Latham,
a junior political science major from Wilmington.
Latham is a Teague resident.
Latham said most people were congratulatory after
his win, but that there were a few who weren't too
happy. " '
"Some guy tried to throw water on me and it hit the
roses," he saidv
Latham and Carolina Athletic Association Presi
dent Padraic Baxter said they were jeered at by fans
angry with "Yure Nmomma's" new title. The CAA
sponsored the Homecoming queen contest.
Baxter last week considered not letting Latham run
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
did a little taking: 11 plays, 67 yards and
seven points worth to be exact. William
and Mary received the kickoff and pro
ceeded to "move that ball right down our
throats," in the words of North Carolina
defensive tackle William Fuller.
After Morris's extra point and ensuing
kickoff, the Tar Heels answered with a
16-play, 78-yard drive of their own, with
Horton accumulating exactly half of those
yards on the ground, the last of . which,
came with Horton diving over the middle"
of the goal line for the touchdown.
Stankavage rolled left and found Smith
cutting to the corner flag on that side early
in the .second quarter for another six
See FOOTBALL on page 5
for Homecoming queen. "Baxter was an excellent
sport," Latham said.
Baxter said Sunday of the choice of Homecoming
queen, "If 'that's what everybody wants, 'that's
Dominica Palounek, a member of the Homecoming
court and representative of the Marching Tar Heels,
said she was disappointed when Latham won.
"It's amazing how much of a joke he, Scott
Residence College and the student body take this
whole thing," she said. "I think it's cruel to do it to
the people who worked so hard for Homecoming."
Another member of the court, Varsity cheerleaders
representative Jill Johnston, agreed with Palounek. "I
realize a lot of the students don't take things as
seriously as they should be taken," she said.
"Anything unusual or different will get backing
from the student body more than something that is
traditional. I expected it after the whole incident with
Reckshun." Reckshun was a pseudonym for a student
running for student body president in February.
The Associated Press
BEIRUT, Lebanon Saudi and Syrian
officials Sunday night announced a cease
fire agreement in the Lebanese civil war
hours after a renewed attack near U.S.
Marine positions at Beirut airport. Three
Marines were wounded during the day.
The cease-fire accord to take effect at
6 a.m. today (midnight Sunday EDT)
was announced in Damascus, where
Syrian Foreign Minister Abdul-Halim
Khaddam told a news conference, "An
agreement has been reached for a cease
fire in Lebanon, ending the war and start
ing a national dialogue. What was
achieved is great."
Druse leader Walid Jumblatt, who at
tended talks with Khaddam and others,
said he had ordered his militiamen to stop
firing at 6 a.m. today.
Khaddam said, "We appeal to all our
Lebanese brothers to go beyond the blood
shed and the hatred in order to restart the
building of Lebanon."
Lebanon's latest civil war began Sept. 4
with the withdrawal of Israeli troops from
the mountains overlooking Beirut to a new
defense line farther south. Syrian-backed
Druse, reportedly aided by Palestinian
guerrillas, battled fiercely with Christian
militiamen and Lebanese army troops in
the mountains and on the capital's out
skirts. Khaddam and Saudi Prince Bandar Bin
Sultan refused to provide details of the
agreement at the Damascus news con
ference, saying they would be disclosed
later by Lebanese President Amin
Gemayel in Beirut.
Bandar said: "This is the beginning of
the road for Arab solidarity and for free
ing Lebanon from Israeli occupation." He
marks 1983 Homecoming
By AMY TANNER
It was sweat er-and-j acket weather
during. Saturday's victory over the Col
lege of William and Mary. Homecom
ing weekend and the first days of fall
were ushered in with 60-degree
Homecoming activities began Friday
with a pep rally in the Pit at noon, and a
parade at 3:30 p.m. In the parade
Homecoming candidates rode in cars
through Franklin Street, and there were
several float entries.
The winning float, from Manly
Residence Hall, had a replica of a space
shuttle and a sign on the side that said,
"Manly Challenger." The banner in
front of the float said, "Manly Dorm
Salutes William Thornton, the first
UNC graduate in space."
The rock band Arrogance played at
Great Hall Friday night to about 300
people. The concert, pep rally and
parade were sponsored by the Carolina
During halftime of the game was the
traditional crowning of the Homecom
ing queen. This year's queen was "Yure
Nmomma" Scott Residence College's
representative. "Yure Nmomma" is
There will be a short, but
DTH' staff meeting tonight
at 9:30. Everyone must at
tend, or else!
called the pact "a historic achievement
that guarantees the establishment of a
balanced rule in Lebanon."
Sunday evening, Christian neighbor
hoods in east Beirut came under heavy
shelling from the Druse and Syrian-controlled
mountains overlooking the capital,
the state radio said.
Marine spokesman Maj. Robert Jordan
said mortar rounds and rocket-propelled
grenades hit the perimeter of the Marine
base in west Beirut about 45 minutes after
the truce was supposed to have taken hold
at 7:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. EDT.
Another Marine spokesman, Warrant
Officer Charles Rowe, said one Marine
was slightly wounded in the nighttime bar
rage as he and the other men again went to
their highest state of alert, diving into
bunkers and foxholes.
As the shells fell, the battleship New
Jersey patrolled offshore in a show of U.S.
Earlier, state radio said U.S. presidential
envoy Robert C. McFarlane told Gemayel
that all parties had agreed to a truce, and
President Reagan's national security ad
viser, William Clark, told reporters in New
York that an agreement would be an
' nounced in Damascus.
In New York, Reagan displayed crossed
fingers and said of the reported cease-fire,
"It is a first step."
, Reports of an accord to end hostilities
between the Lebanese army and Syrian
- backed militias have persisted in Beirut for
t The Marines are part of a four-nation,
force originally sent to keep the peace in
Beirut last year following the Israeli inva
sion and subsequent departure of Palesti
nian guerrillas from the capital. But the
See LEBANON on page 3
alias Steve Latham, a Teague resident
and junior political science major from
Granville East's eight floor won the
halftime banner contest with an entry
that proclaimed "William and Mary
will never score." On the banner were
an Indian and a girl in bed dreaming
about a ram. The ram was laughing at
the couple. The floor won a keg and 10
UNC mikeman Kenny Ward said the
crowd at the game lacked enthusiasm.
"I was really disappointed," Ward said.
"I want to believe the reason no one
was cheering was because the game was
Following the game, about 800 peo
ple attended the Embers concert in
Woollen gym. Concert Coordinator
Perry Morrison said there was not much
alcohol at the concert even though it
was bring-your-own-beer. "Almost
everyone was drinking cokes," Mor
There was also music and dancing at
Great Hall Saturday night. Students at
the Black and Blue Semi-Formal en
joyed themselves and jazz music, said
Sherrod Banks, Black Student Move
man this year
Maybe, some people were unhappy about the choice
of Homecoming queen, but Latham wasn't one of
them. "I had loads of fun," he said, adding that
everyone wanted pictures of him.
- Latham said he had been worried about the reaction
from his grandparents, who are UNC alumni and who
attended the game. "They really got off on it,"
His grandfather shaved his chest in the 1920s for a
joke function on campus, Latham said. "It must run
in the family."
Some alumni higher in the stands were surprised to
learn that Latham was a male, and he heard more than
a few expressions of shock as he walked through the
stands, Latham said.
The queen wore a white dress with lavender stripes
that was borrowed from a Whitehead resident. It
looked like a "maternity dress without a sash," he
said. Latham also wore a white hat with a purple band
See QUEEN on page 3