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Serving the students and the University community since 1893
Copyright 1984 The Daily Tar Heel. All rights reserved.
Volume 92, Issue 24
Thursday, April 19, 1984
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
NwsSport 8 Arts 962-0245
By WAYNE THOMPSON
Charlotte-area Congressman and
Republican gubernatorial candidate Jim
Martin, speaking Wednesday in the Pit,
didn't have a chalkboard to draw his for
mula for victory in North Carolina. But
he put it in words to about 200 students
a broad-based coalition of support,
with special emphasis on the state's
Democrats who hold a 3-1 registration
edge over Republicans.
"Any Republican candidate will have
to get a larger percentage of Democratic
votes or lose," the former 12-year
chemistry professor at Davidson College
said, adding that he'll be able to follow in
the footsteps of the only N.C. Republican
governor elected this century, Jim
Holshouser, when it comes to getting pro
grams through the Democrat-controlled
General Assembly. "Forty percent of the
Democratic legislators have indicated
they can work with me," he said.
Martin said the main issues of his cam
paign were schools, jobs and drug traf
ficking. "How many of you are planning to go
into public school teaching as a career?"
Martin asked. Only two hands went up.
"I believe part of that is because we're
not giving teachers starting pay to attract
them," he said. Martin has proposed a
$330 million merit pay plan to include up
to seven merit pay ladders with all
teachers receiving a 12 percent increase in
"I believe you can evaluate a teacher's
mastery of the curriculum ... and com
petence," he said and added that some
type of merit distinction had to be made
in determining salaries. Otherwise, he
said the state would be paying teachers
the same whether they were "good, bad
Martin praised the education efforts of
Holshouser, who he said left the state
ranked 20th nationally in teacher salaries.
But since 1977, during the administration
of Gov. Jim Hunt, North Carolina has
slipped to 44th, Martin said.
In response to a student's question
about why gubernatorial candidates were
talking about education, Martin pointed
to the salary freeze imposed on state
employees by Hunt.
"Why have you stymied the steady
growth in the last three years?" is the
question Martin said the student should
ask Hunt. "If there had been a steady
growth, there would be no need for in
creases in teacher salaries."
The state is not doing enough to com
bat drug trafficking, he said, calling for
the creation of a bureau of narcotics and
the use of the N.C. National Guard's
fleet of 48 helicopters to crack down on
drug smuggling and deliveries at the
See MARTIN on page 2
three home runs
as UNC cruises
by Deacons, 13-2
By LEE ROBERTS
DURHAM Baseball players have a
game like Todd Wilkinson had Wednes
day against Wake Forest about once
every 10 years.
North Carolina's senior right fielder
belted three home runs to pace a 13-2
UNC victory in the first round of the
ACC tournament at Durham Athletic
Wilkinson's homers tied a North'
Carolina single-game record and broke
the ACC tournament record.
"The last time I hit three homers in a
game was in Little League," Wilkinson
told the throng of reporters gathered
around him after the game. .
Wilkinson connected for a two-run
blast in the first inning off Deacon starter
Erik Hanson to put the Tar Heels up 3-0.
Jeff Hubbard had driven in B.J. Surhoff
with a single before Wilkinson's shot to
deep right field.
He then connected for No. 2 leading
off the third inning, on another opposite
field job to right-center to make the score
4-0. Matt Merullo followed two pitches
later with a home run of his own to put
the Tar Heels up to five.
Wilkinson's third shot of the day came
in a five-run eighth inning, capping off
the UNC scoring. This time, however, he
hit the ball to left field, a line drive that
left the park like a cannonball.
"Yeah, Todd had a good day today,"
coach Mike Roberts said in the
understatement of the year.
Was Wilkinson aiming for Durham
Athletic Park's short (305 feet) right field
fence when he hit those opposite-field
"No, he said. "I just happened to get a
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Gubernatorial candidate Jim Martin spoke on his ideas in the Pit Tuesday
Candidate Hart speaks
in Carmichael tonight
Democratic presidential candidate
Gary Hart, making a one-day campaign
stop in North Carolina, will speak tonight
at 7:30 in Carmichael Auditorium.
Larry Katzin, co-chairman of UNC
with Hart, said Hart would leave Chapel
Hill following tonight's campaign rally
and would fly to Washington.
Meanwhile, another Democratic can
didate, the Rev. Jesse Jackson, will make
campaign appearances today at the
Raleigh-Durham Airport, Oxford,
Henderson, Rocky Mount, Greenville
and other Eastern North Carolina cities.
Jackson spoke Wednesday at his alma
mater, N.C. A&T University in Greens
boro. Hart is scheduled to arrive at RDU to
day at 4:15 p.m. and will hold a news
conference there before traveling to
Durham for an appearnce at St. Joseph's
AME Church. From Durham the Col
orado senator will make the trip to
Todd Wilkinson is congratulated
couple of fastballs that were on the out
side part of the plate. I hit the ball where
it was pitched."
Wilkinson would not have needed to
alter his swing anyway, because all three
home runs would Have probably been
home runs in Boshamer Stadium, the Tar
Heels' home field.
"When you're a senior, like Jeff (Hub
bard) and Mitch (McCleney) and myself,
you know it's the last tournament you're
going to be involved in," Wilkinson said.
"I want to do the best I can and loosen
my teammates up by how I carry myself
on the field. I want to go out with a
Wilkinson's efforts certainly loosened
up his freshman teammate, pitcher Ken
Turner, who got the victory in an eight
inning, 10-strikeout performance.
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Katzin said UNC with Hart was in
strumental in scheduling, the candidate's
appearance here. "This has really strain
ed our organization to the limit," he said
Wednesday. "We hope, we can pull it off
successfully." ' ' 1
The Democratic hopefuls are gearing
top for the second round of major
primaries that begins May 5 with the
Texas caucuses and continues May 8 with
primaries in North Carolina, Ohio and
other states. North Carolina offers the
lOth-largest prize in the total number of
convention delegates with 88.
Hart and Jackson, along with Walter
Mondale, were in Missouri Wednesday
morning to campaign in the Missouri
caucuses. Mondale went into the caucuses
aided by endorsements from prominent
Democrats in the state and was expected
to win a majority of the 75 delegates at
after hitting an ACC-tournament record
Turner got the victory in his first start
of the season against an ACC opponent,
but things did not look so promising in
the first inning. Turner loaded the bases
with two outs, and pitching coach
Howard McCullogh came out to the
mound to calm him down.
"He was a little nervous and anxious,
starting in the ACC tourney as a
freshman," McCullough said. "I told
him that if he wasn't nervous, he wasn't
human. When he relaxed and didn't try
to overdo it just pitch as well as he can
he handled it real well."
Well enough, anyway. Turner got out
of the first unscathed by striking out
David Couch on a nasty breaking pitch,
and the rout was on. Turner allowed nine
hits and two home runs in eight-innings,
but only four balls were hit with any
Boulton says action did not deprive band of seats
By JANET OLSON
Non-students used extra tickets
allocated to members of the UNC pep
band to enter Carmichael auditorium
during past basketball season, including
the 1983-84 season, according to UNC
Although in one case a non-student
used a band uniform and played with the
pep band, most non-students are past
graduates of the band or friends of band
members and get into Carmichael with
pep band tickets, according to Allen
Reep, assistant band director.
Brian Gallagher, a former UNC stu
dent, played as a member of the pep band
during the 1982-83 basketball season. But
Reep said he was unaware last year that
Gallagher was not a student. Once other
students brought the situation to his at
tention, Reep said he told Gallagher he
could no longer play with the pep band.
Currently, Gallagher serves as an
nouncer for the marching band, a
volunteer position. He said he still receiv
ed basketball tickets from the pep band.
"To help keep me announcing, they
occasionally give me a ticket,". Gallagher
said. "That way the University saves a lot
Reep said he allowed other non
students to use pep band tickets, in
cluding band graduates, relatives of band
members and his personal friends.
"If you want to be literal about it, yes
non-students did get in on pep band
tickets," Reep said.
Reep also said Donald Boulton, dean
of student affairs, had received sideline
passes for members of his family to enter
Boulton said he did not receive tickets,
but he obtained special permits to enter
Carmichael from Major John Yesulaitis,
By WAYNE THOMPSON
The 4th District Democratic primary
race took a new turn Wednesday night
when incumbent Congressman Ike An
drews joined his other primary op
ponents, former Chapel Hill Mayor
Howard Lee and Raleigh real estate
developer John Winters Jr., in a candi
dates' forum sponsored by the League of
Women Voters in Chapel Hill the first
time the three have made a joint ap
pearance. Andrews said the forum held in the
courtroom at the Franklin Street Post Of
fice would be his only forum appearance
in Orange County, with one each
scheduled in Wake, Randolph, Chatham
three home runs Wednesday
authority by Deacon hitters.
"We were extremely pleased with
Ken's performance today,", Roberts said.
"He did an excellent job and he threw
Catcher Matt Merullo agreed with
"His slider was breaking today, and he
was really confident after he got over that
shaky first inning," Merullo said.
Meanwhile, UJMC's B.J. Surhoff set a
new ACC tournament record by stealing
four bases. Walt Weiss stole three and the
Tar Heels set a new tournament record
for stolen bases by one team with nine.
Scott Bankhead, 9-0 on the season
after his 5-1 win over Virginia Saturday,
will get the starting nod today at 4:30
(WXYC, FM 89, beginning at 4:25)
band director. Boulton said he obtained
the permits on several occasions several
years ago for his son, his son's friends
and students who were planning to attend
the University. Because the permits were
not assignments to seats in the pep band
section, Boulton said he did not deprive a
band member of a seat.
'I've known that there have been some people who
have gotten in who aren V students here, and I don 't
think that's exactly fair.'
"There were several times when I
received these passes. I wouldn't deny
that for a minute," Boulton said. "As far
as I know they were legitimate."
Yesulaitis said he had given sideline
passes to Boulton as well as to Sharon
Mitchell, assistant dean for the Depart
ment of Student Life. But he added that
he only gave the passes away when he
didn't need them for band purposes.
Most of the passes went to visiting band
delegates from other universities,
Boulton said he became aware of the
ticket situation last year when a band
member approached him with the pro
blem. According to Boulton, he then
spoke to Yesulaitis and asked that the
director rectify the situation.
"I don't believe that non-students
should be using the tickets," Boulton
said. "The band is a student organiza
tion. When you graduate, you are an
alumnus and there are other avenues
open to you."
Although the pep band consists of
about 70 students, excluding alternates,
the ticket office allocates the band 87
tickets for basketball games to allow
members extra room for large in-
hopefu Is discuss plans
and Franklin, the other counties in the
4th Congressional District. "I'll get to
one in each county, and that's about it,"
Andrews said. "I can't stop working to
go to every one of these things like Lee
and (Republican congressional candidate
Bill) Cobey can."
Lee, who has
Ike Andrews?" a
returned to that
theme in the two
allowed each can
didate under the
rules established by
"Voting is only a
small part of a
good congressman," Lee said. "If I am
the congressman, I intend to be very ac
cessible by maintaining the three offices
that now exist and announcing the hours
when people could come and see me."
Lee's remarks were preceded by An
drews, who began his two-minute cam
paign speech with a joke. "My main in
terest is trying not to lose my job," he
said, drawing the most laughs of the
1-hour, 15-minute forum. He stressed his
12 years of experience in the House. "I
know legislation, and I know the
district," he said. "I have spent all my
life living in three of the district's counties
Orange, Randolph and Wake."
Winters said he expected to be a full
time congressman committed to reducing
the federal deficit. While admitting that
he lacked the political experience of his
opponents, Winters said he has always
participated in the Democratic Party,
both as a delegate to the national con
vention and as a supporter of President
Jimmy Carter during the 1976 presiden
approved by dean
By ALLISON SMOAK
A pilot project for a student advising
service received approval from Donald
Jicha, dean of the General College, Tues
day, said Jane Gordon, chairperson of
the Student Government Task Force on
Student volunteers will serve as ad
visers in Morrison, Cobb, Connor, Stacy,
Graham and Granville South. Gordon
said she had also been working closely
with the Panhellenic Council and the In
lerfraternity Council to establish the pro
gram in sorority and fraternity houses.
The project should get underway this fall
in time for spring 1985 pre-registration,
Although students will still have to go
through their faculty adviser for pre
registration, having student advisers
struments such as drums and tubas.
According to Ken Brown, ticket office
manager, the 87 tickets are allocated to
pep band members v,vo are registered
students at the Unive ;ity, and he was
unaware that non-students were using
"As far as I know, the tickets should
only be going to band members," Brown
said. "The pep band gets 87 tickets and
there never have been any questions
Yesulaitis said he returns unused
tickets to the ticket office after the games.
During the past season, he returned eight
or 10 tickets for about three games, ac
cording to Jane Carter, assistant ticket
Yesulaitis said tickets sometimes go to
alternate players in the pep band. Because
these students must turn in their athletic
passes to the ticket office, they must use
pep band tickets to attend games.
In addition, students sometimes took
extra tickets because they wanted the
Hardees coupons printed on the reverse
sides," Yesulaitis said. But he added he
was unaware of non-students using pep
"It's not something I condone," he
said. "If it has happened, no one has
brought it to my attention."
Band President David Bagnal said he
didn't feel the band was doing anything
illegal or unbecoming. Although . no
public announcement has been made
See BAND on page 3
"What qualifies me is the same thing
that qualifies (presidential candidate)
Gary Hart," he said. "I have been active
in the Democratic Party in politics since I
was in the voting age."
Real estate experience has given him a
good business background on which' to
analyze defense issues, he said.
"I feel that I'm able by virtue of my
business background to analyze the costs
of different programs," Winters said.
Aside from the two-minute speeches on
their campaigns, the candidates were
given two minutes to answer questions
which had been submitted to them in ad
vance. The questions dealt with the
federal government's role in public
education, the proper way to balance off
the need for national security against the
threat of nuclear war, and clean water
legislation and standards.
Winters, the first to speak on educa
tion, called the government an informa
tion bank which spawns ideas for educa
tional systems in the states.
But before answering the education
question, he talked about voter regis
tration until catching himself. He later
apologized for his apparent difficulty in
answering some of the questions. "I
apologize if I seem a little bit sluggish, but
I am," Winters said. "I'm usually not at
a loss for words."
Andrews said the government should
be responsible for providing and main
taining such programs as the Pell Grants
and Guaranteed Student Loans. As proof
of his committment to education, he said
both the National Education Association
and the N.C. Association of Educators
had given him a 100 rating.
Lex- agreed with Auutew that the
government should set policy, but said
more could be done in eradicating il
literacy. available in the dorms should provide
more immediate information for stu
dents. "They might not feel so lost if they
can have a student that they can go to,"
She said that while Jicha approved the
pilot project, his main objection was that
student advisers could give incorrect in
formation. But this should not be a major
problem, Gordon said, because students
would still have to obtain approval for
pre-registration from their faculty ad
viser. Gordon said through student advising,
students could be made more aware of
some of the services offered on campus
such as tips on dealing with stress from
Nash Hail or internship workshops
through the Career Planning and Place
ment Center in Hanes Hall.
See ADVISERS on page 3