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Copyright 1984 The Daiy Tar Heel
Volume 92, Issue
Reagan, Mondale clash on deficit, abortion
The Associated Press
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Ronald Rea
gan and Fritz Mondale clashed just one
month short of Election Day in their
first campaign debate last night, the
president describing Mondale'skficit,
reduction blueprint as just another
Democratic "tax hike" plan, and the
aggressive challenger saying Reagan
takes the position that the red ink "will
disappear by magic."
In a 100-minutte showdown that
dramatized disputes over Social Secur
ity, religion in politics, leadership and
abortion, Reagan and Mondale made
their case from eight feet apart before
a television audience estimated at 100
"I think-we have given America back
her spirit," Reagan said of his
But Mondale said that even with the
Will the real Mr. UNC
By LISA SWICEGOOD
WANTED: Mr. UNC
Good looks and fine physique not
No experience necessary
UNC males, your chance at stardom
is at hand. The first Mr. UNC contest,
sponsored by the Circle K Club and
the Carolina Union, will be held Nov.
8, during Homecoming Week.
The Circle K Club is a non-profit
service organization on campus spon
sored by the Kiwanis.
There is a $10 sponsorship fee for
each contestant, with proceeds going to
the Association for Retarded Citizens
of Orange County.
"We want to make this something fun
for the audience and the contestants,"
said Rick Lane, a junior from Cary and
president of the Circle K Club.
Dave Krinsky, Circle K Club social
chairman, first came up with the idea
of a Mr. UNC. "I saw an article in the
Miami Herald about a similar contest
held at the University of Miami (Flor
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Juggler Ken Kaye performs at yesterday's Festifall, which took up Franklin
Street and drew large crowds. An assortment of area artists and craftsmen
appeared for the five-hour celebration, sponsored by the Chapel Hill Parks
and Recreation Department. For more details, sec page 3.
debate, "The American people don't
have the slightest clue" about what steps
Reagan will take to correct "the single
most important issue of our time"
eliminating the $200 billion federal
-The candidates answered reporters'
questions, then finished up with cam
Reagan said most Americans, and
America itself, are better off than four
years ago when he took office after a
debate in which he asked such a
question about then-President Jimmy
"The answer to that, obviously was
no. I was elected ..."
This time he posed a slightly different
question, asking, "Is America better off
than it was four years ago?" Now an
incumbent rather than a challenger, he
ticked off a host of economic statistics
and said, "I believe the answer to that
ida)," said Krinsky, a senior from Ft.
Lauderdale. "They did it simply for
spirit, but I thought it would be a great
way to raise money."
What qualifies a male to be Mr.
UNC? "We're looking for someone who
exemplifies spirit, creativity and most
importantly, a sense of humor," Krinsky
said. "We're not interested in physique
Audience rapport will be the deciding
factor in who wins, he said.
The contest is tentatively planned to
begin with an introduction of the
cont estants wearing: costumes repres
enting their sponsors. Each contestant
will then lead the audience with an
original cheer. Next there will be an
improvisation in which the contestant
will act out a situation from a card he
has randomly drawn. Then contestants
will compete in a talent section. The
last event will be a question and answer
"We want to make this an annual
event," said Krinsky. "We want Mr.
UNC to be visible on campus."
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has to be yes."
Mondale responded that if
wealthy, you're better off, if
middle-income, you're about even. If
you're of modest income, he said, you're
However, he said, "the question is our
future," claiming that future taxpayers
will pay the price of paying off current
"Are we better off with this arms
race?" he asked.
"I believe that we will be better off
if we protect the environment," Mon
dale said, suggesting Reagan hasn't.
Mondale, who had the final words
of the evening, quoted John F.
Kennedy, saying, "We are great, but we
can be greater."
"We can be better if we face our
future, rejoice in our strength, face our
problems and by solving them, build
a better society for our children."
No definite judges have been decided
on yet, but interviews are being con
ducted, Lane said.
"A few people have expressed interest
in judging," Krinsky said. "We want to
have as varied a judging group as
Lane said prospective judges they
have talking to included Greg "Lump"
Lunsford, students involved in the
Union, faculty and other students.
"We're looking for well-rounded people
with a good sense of humor," Lane said.
Eight judges will probably be chosen
five women and three men.
A prize has not yet been chosen, Lane
said. "But whatever it is," he said, "it
will be worth the money they put in."
The contest will be held at 8 p.m.
in the Great Hall in the Student Union.
Any UNC men interested in entering
the Mr. UNC contest should pick up
an application at the Union desk.
Deadline for entries is Oct. 25.
for Nov. voting
Today is the last day to register
in Orange County for voting in the
November elections. Registration
will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
Chapel Hill Public Library, Car
rboro Town Hall and the Chapel Hill,
To register, one must show a valid
driver's license or student ID along
with a written proof of residency in
Orange County. A check, bill or class
schedule form would serve as proof
By KATY FRIDL
A campus wide survey of graduate
and professional students will be
initiated tomorrow when 5,600 questi
onnaires will be distributed to graduate
departments and schools.
The questionnaire, sponsored by the
Graduate and Professional Student
Federation, focuses on financial aid,
quality of education, application and
orientation procedures and campus life.
According to Glen Macdonald, chair
man of the GPSF Education Commis
sion, the study attempts to determine
the concerns of graduate and profes-
Editor 's note: This article on domestic
violence is prompted by the film The
Burning Bed to he aired at 9 p.m. Oct.
8 on NBC.
By ANJETTA McQUEEN
It affects two to four million women
each year. It occurs in all age, ethnic,
and denominational groups. It sur
passes all income and education levels.
It is the story of Francine Hughes
arrested, tried and aquitted for the
murder of her abusive husband.
"It" is domestic violence.
Her problem began soon after her
1964 marriage when Mickey, unem
ployed and living with his parents,
became intensely possessive of Fran and
jealous of her interests.
belongs to the spoils. - F. Scott
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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The streak continues: Terrance Roulhac gathers in the pass that broke UNC's
By FRANK KENNEDY
CLEMSON, S.C. After three
weeks of the season, North Carolina's
defense had had so many holes drilled
through it that it wasn't even funny
anymore. Not that anyone was still
Amidst the unfriendly confines of a
sea of orange in Death Valley Saturday,
UNC made an earnest and almost
successful effort to change recent
history. And for 50 minutes, the Tar
Heel defense swarmed over the Clemson
Tigers. It forced turnovers, bad passes
and ultimately, led 6-3.
The cheering of Clemson's fanatical
fans wasn't so vocal anymore. The
Wave wasn't as inspiring. Clemson was
So it was all Clemson quarterback
Mike Eppley could do to heave a 76
yard touchdown strike to flanker
Terrence Roulhac with 10:19 to play,
shocking a UNC team that appeared
on the road to ending three years of
frustration against the Tigers.
The Tigers went on to post a 20-12
victory as the Tar Heels never could
recover from Eppley's blow.
"We played great for three quarters,
and they made a big play," said UNC
cornerback Larry James, the last man
to have a chance at catching Rouhlac.
"We controlled them the whole first
three quarters, and before that play they
sional students and how well the
University provides for quality graduate
"The questionnaires will provide a
way for one-third of the student body
to express their concerns about many
aspects of UNC graduate life," said
Macdonald. "We think we have an
important study underway which can
contribute significantly to improving
graduate and professional life on
campus, but we really need response
from the graduate students."
GPSF President Tom Terrell said,
"This is the most ambitious project the
GPSF has ever undertaken. In the past.
The violence started with him slap
ping her for "sassing" him. The violence
translated into beatings where she was
literally knocked across the room. The
battering continued through the births
of all three children.
Even after their 1971 divorce, Mickey
paid regular visits to her house where
he beat her in front of the children for
rejecting his advances.
On the evening of March 9, she
returned home from her night classes
to find Mickey drunk and angry. After
he beat her "nearly senseless." he ripped
up her notebooks and demanded they
have sex. She waited until he had fallen
asleep to tell the children to get into
her car. She then poured gasoline
around his bed and started the fire. As
the house burst into flames. Fran and
the children drove awav.
weren't doing anything. That play broke
it open for them, and turned the
It was a switch in momentum that
the Tar Heels could have easily avoided
in a game which was mostly a push-and-shove
contest at the line of scrim
mage, with both teams missing golden
scoring opportunities thanks to
It was a game in which Eppley did
as much damage on the ground as he
did in the air, successfully utilizing his
speed to snare 15-20 yard gains on
And it was a game in which AI1-ACC
horses, tailback Ethan Horton and nose
guard William Perry, grappled each
other from beginning to end.
But all the hitting and all the shifts
in momentum were forgotten when
Eppley calmly stepped back in the
pocket on a third-and-nine and aired
the ball out to Rouhlac, who was
running a slant pattern across the
middle of the field. The ball hit Rouhlac
on the dead run, and he stepped by
James then sprinted home. Although
James was not the primary defender on
the play, he blamed himself for allowing
"He ran a slant-post and the safety
(Barry James) wasn't there, and I should
have tackled him," Larry James said.
"With the new rule (interference is a
15-yard penalty), I should have just
the GPSF has mainly acted as an
administrative body. Now, we are
interested in making GPSF an advocacy
group for the educational needs of
graduate and professional students. The
questionnaire is a unique opportunity
for graduate student input."
Terrell first became interested in
getting more feedback from graduate
students when he learned that graduate
students have second priority on
receiving financial aid. "We want
University policies to be made by the
administration with a full knowledge of
what graduate and professional stu
dents problems are," he said. "The
Domestic violence can affect couples
from all segments of American society
As stated in the NBC publicity release
and viewers' guide, "Hopefully after
watching 77? Burning Bed. groups will
become more sensitive to the problem
(of battered women) and will be
prompted to ask the following ques
tions: "What is the extent of domestic
violence in America? What kinds of men
beat their wives and girlfriends; and
why? How do women react to repeated
violence, and why do they stay in violent
situations? How can society, law
enforcement and the medical establish
ment more effectively deter domestic
Nationwide the figures on domestic
violence run into the millions. Locally,
this problem, also, has reached into
"We get over 500 calls per year,"
Lorna Hicks, community education
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gone ahead and interfered with him. I
was thinking too much and I should
have just played."
But UNC coach Dick Crum did not
put the blame on James. "That was just
one of those things that happens," Crum
said. "He just outran the guy. What can
Crum said this was the Tar Heels best
performance to date. "We got down
there close in the third quarter and
fumbled, and they had one good play.
You take those two plays out, and we
had a real good ball game. We're getting
a little better each week and if we keep
going we're going to be all right.
"We're young and we Ye just got to
learn to play four quarters of defense.
I thought if we were 2-2 coming out
of the first month we'd be doing pretty
good. We probably should have beaten
Navy. But if you line up our kids against
Clemson, they've got outstanding
personnel. I thought our kids hung with
them pretty well."
The fourth-quarter bomb seemed to
take the air out of the Tar Heels, who
allowed two more Clemson scores in
the following minutes. UNC's only
touchdown came on a 70-yard, 37
second in the final 90 seconds of the
Perry, who struggled in losses to
Georgia and Georgia Tech, took charge
See CLEMSON on page 4
graduate and professional students are
in a vocational tract; they are pursuing
a career, and that creates a perspective
different from that of the undergraduate
"Many graduate students are mar
ried, most live off campus, a large
percentage are from out-of-state, and
a lot are self-supporting. Many teach
classes at UNC while they complete
their graduate degree," Terrell said. "It
is necessary to have a graduate pers
pective to fully serve the needs of all
students, and the questionnaire is a way
to tap into their concerns."
See GPSF on page 3
director of the Coalition for Battered
The six-year-old organization assists
and counsels Orange and Durham
counties' battered women.
Hicks said, "Domestic violence is an
enormous problem. According to the
FBI, it is one of the most underreported
crimes in America. Estimates also show
that one-fourth of all married women
will be severely beaten by their husbands
during the course of their marriage."
The coalition also assists unmarried
women. More live-in boyfriends and
lovers are being convicted of assaulting
and raping their female companions.
Four different programs divide the
work of the coalition.
The advocacy program provides
direct services to abused women.
See COUPLES on page 2