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Serving the students and the University community since 1893
Volume 92, Issue 73
Monday, October 29, 1984
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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From staff reports
Despite plans for June completion of
the University's new dormitory, it
probably won be finished in time for
the fall semester, the UNC Board of
Trustees was told Friday.
According to Farris Womack, vice
chancellor for business and finance, the
architect who designed the 497-bed
dormitory said it probably won't be
finished until October or November.
Womack said the delay could cost
UNC as much as $2,000 per day in loss
of students rent. But he added the
University could recover $300 per day
from the contractors if they were unable
to meet their deadline.
There remains a chance the dormi
eels sneak by Tigers, 30-27
By FRANK KENNEDY
MEMPHIS, Tenn. North Carol
ina's offensive line outplayed Memphis
State's fourth-ranked defense Saturday
night, and three Tar Heel linemen took
After the Tar Heels used a relentless
ground-control attack that ate up more
than 40 minutes of the clock and
allowed tailback Ethan Horton to rush
for 206 yards en route to a 30-27 upset
of the Tigers, offensive linemen Harris
Barton, Brian Johnston and Greg
Naron decided they weren't leaving
town without a souvenir.
The three interior linemen came out
of the locker room and dug up several
handfuls of sod from Rex Dockery
Field to keep as a symbol of the win.
"We're going to put it in a black box
and plant it on the practice field,"
Barton said. "Every time we win away
we're going to do that. It's a reminder
that we can do it, that we beat
The Tar Heels overcame adversity by
creating some for the Tigers, now 5-2-1
. UNC capitalized on three Memphis
fumbles and a tightly-packed Tiger
defense to grind out 299 yards on the
ground and eat away at the clock.
UNC overcame the self-destruct
mechanism that has become their
trademark this year, as they played
turnover-free ball and were able to
complete long, sustained drives with
After a see-saw first half that ended
with a 13-all deadlock, the Tar Heels
took command with two third-quarter
touchdowns, and appeared to have a
lock on the game. But with eight
minutes remaining MSU linebacker
Tim Harris got in front of a David Lowe
punt and cornerback Derrick Bur
The value of sports
Rams Club donations: too much for too few?
By JANET OLSON
The Rams Club's success in raising
funds for the Student Activities Center
has some people on campus concerned
that donations for college athletics are
In 1982-83, the Rams Club, incor
porated as the Educational Foundation,
raised about $9 million, almost 41
percent of the total $22 million donated
that year to the University for all
Doris Betts, chairman of the Faculty
Council, said some faculty members felt
these figures meant too much money
was going to one area of campus.
"We do have other foundations at the
University," Betts said, "and they
function the same way the Educational
Foundation does they're not con
trolled by the University and they get
their money from their graduates. But
they're not as wealthy and they don't
make as big a splash on campus."
Richard Soloway, professor of his
tory, said the issue was the proportion
of funds raised by the University's
"Forty percent of the endowment of
this University is going to a tiny
minority on this campus," Soloway
said. "When I look at that figure, I see
a large disproportion."
But Betts said she hoped the figures
didn't mean the University's founda
tions were competing with the Rams
Club for contributions.
"I would hope they'd be the same
donors contributing to all areas ol
campus." Betts said.
Ernie Williamson, executive vice
president of the Educational Found a
The Republicans have a habit
$2,000 a day without student rent
tory could be finished by the fall,
Womack said, adding he had encour
aged the contractor to have it completed
in time. University officials must know
by Dec. 1 if the dormitory will be
finished in order to plan for students
to live there.
Progress on the construction has been
slow, Womack said, because the project
began late and there were not enough
workers assigned to it. Bad weather was
also a factor in the delay, he said.
In a June report, the BOT was
informed that the dormitory was 25
percent completed and progress had
been slowed. Womack said the Univer
sity could not sue the contractor for
roughs scooped it up and ran it in for
a score, closing the gap to 27-20.
Lowe, who replaced starter Tommy
Barnhardt ( out with an inflammation
of the stomach), had trouble all night
with the Memphis rush, which also
deflected a second-quarter punt and
scored a touchdown a few plays later.
UNC coach Dick Crum blamed the
blocked punt on a missed assignment
on the line, and said neither the kicker
nor the snapper was responsible.
"Somebody up front just let him come
through and that's what made the game
more of a game than it should have
been," Crum said.
The Tar Heels all but sealed the game
when sophomore Kenny Miller hit a 40
yard field goal with 4:34 remaining to
open the lead to 10, 30-20. Miller was
perfect in three tries Saturday and is
now 10 of 10 on the season.
The Tigers, with reserves Page
Belongy and Jeff Womack at quarter
back and tailback due to injuries to
starters Danny Sparkman and Punkin
Williams, scored with two minutes left,
failed on an onsides kick,and UNC ran
out the clock.
The game was Horton's best of the
year, and he was noticeably exhausted
afterwards. "I just had to go out there
and air out some of those fumbles IVe
been having," Horton said. "The
offensive line was doing such a great
job and (fullback) Eddie Colson was
doing such a great job, I just wanted
to run the ball in a way that showed
I appreciated it."
Horton ran pretty much any direction
he wanted to against the MSU defense,
but he was especially effective on the
pitch-sweep from quarterback Kevin
Anthony. MSU played almost the entire
game in seven- to nine-man defensive
fronts, packing their defense tightly
tion, said his foundation wasn't monop
olizing alumni contributions to the
University. The Rams Club works to
interest alumni in the University's
athletic teams and uses that interest to
coax alumni back to the campus to
watch UNC sports, Williamson said.
"The foundation for good fund
raising for all departments is getting
people to come to the University in
person," Williamson said. "When
people come here to see a football game,
they walk all over this campus and they
see other things they want to give their
money to. By getting these people back
here, we're getting them to contribute
to all areas of campus."
According to a survey of 1,500 Rams
Club members, 56 percent of those
contributing money to the athletic
department also donated money to non
athletic areas of the University. But 74
percent of the members gave less to non
Tom Terrell, president of the Grad
uate and Professional Student Feder
ation, said he felt the University's money
sources were being sapped by contri
butions to athletics.
"People have a finite amount ol
money they can give to the University
each year." Terrell said. "When it costs
hundreds of dollars (donating to the
Educational Foundation) to get athletic
tickets, people decrease by that amount
anything else they would give to the
But Athletic Director John Swofford
said he didn't agree that il alumni didn't
give money to the Rams Club, they
would give it to other areas of campus.
"You can't tell people where to spend
their money." Swofford said. "Thev
He called the dormitory's completion
critical because of the financial loss.
"Obviously an empty bed won't produce
any revenue," he said.
The University will have to begin
paying the debt service on the new
dormitory as soon as it is completed
but will not receive any return on their
investment until students move in,
Womack said. A dormitory differs from
a classroom because it for itself.
"A dorm that becomes available to
us in October or November is not a
useful asset," he said. "We cannot make
temporary arrangements for students
for that long a delay. We will be faced
with a debt service without a commen
"I didn't know they were going to
line up so tight, and our offensive
linemen took charge of the game,"
But it took a key second-quarter run
right up the gut to confuse the MSU
defense for the rest of the game. At the
Tiger 12 and trailing 10-6, Anthony
took the snap, shuffled back a couple
of steps, then took off untouched right
through the middle of the line for a
touchdown. The Tar Heels never trailed
after that score.
"They didn't have anyone on the
center, their tackles were wide out, it
was a trap play and it was wide open,"
Anthony said. "There was nobody. It
was just end zone."
Crum said the ability to run inside
enabled to Tar Heels to mix up the
offense. "It concerned them inside, so
they were paying attention to that and
we were able to keep the sweep outside,"
Crum said, adding that reserve quar
terback Mark Maye did not play
because of his inability to throw because
of his shoulder injury.
"They were packed in there really
tight and we were afraid we'd have to
check it with the pass," he said.
Maye played a week ago Saturday
against N.C. State, but did not pass.
The Tar Heels were able to sustain
their offense without the penalty flags
and fumbles that have plagued them all
year. Their touchdown drives covered
70, 62 and 42 yards. Miller's field goals
were no chipshots, as they covered 44,
40 and 36 yards.
Miller scored twice in the first quarter
after MSU turned the ball over on
consecutive drives, to give the Tar Heels
a 6-0 edge. After an MSU field goal.
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spend it where they want to spend it."
Chancellor Christopher C. Fordham
III agreed. "I think naturally there's
going to be some competition between
foundations," he said. "But for the most
part, people give to what they want to
give to. And our nation is undoubtedly
preoccupied with sports."
But Fordham added that many Rams
Club members also contributed to
organizations such as the Carolina
Fund and the Chancellor's Club. Last
year, the Carolina Fund raised $6.3
million for academic areas of the
University. The Chancellor's Club,
comprised of people donating at least
$ 10,000 over a 1 0-year period and a part
of the Carolina Fund, raised $3.6
million of the $6 million total.
"I think the University's academic
foundations have been very successful
since they've been putting more effort
into fund raising." Fordham said. "The
success of the (College of) Arts and
Sciences fund-raising drive is proof of
In addition, Fordham said people
should recognize the athletic association
had also contributed to academic areas
According to Samuel Williamson.
University provost and dean of the
College of Arts and Sciences, the
athletic department last year donated
$25,000 raised through television
revenues to the College. Of that money.
$ 1 2.5(H) was used for non-personnel
purposes and $12,500 went to the
Friends of the Library.
The athletic association also donated
about $I5.(KK) to the Carolina Student
Fund in 1982-83. According to Stan
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Life at the top: Marcia McDermott was part of the team that beat Radford College here 2-1 Saturday
Tar Heel women 's soccer players
find UNC Invitational rewarding
By MICHAEL PERSINGER
The North Carolina women's soccer
team got everything it expected to get
out of the Tar Heel Invitational. And
The top-ranked Tar Heels, now 20-0-1
on the year, beat George Washing
ton 9-0 in a laugher on Friday, and then
overcame No. 8 Central Florida 3-1 and
Radford 2-1 on Saturday to almost
assure themselves of the top seed and
a first round bye in the NCAA tour
nament that starts next week.
"We got more out of this tournament
than I had hoped originally.'" head
soccer coach Anson Dorrance said.
"We'll go into the NCAAs probably
seeded No. I in the country, and now
we won't have to play (in the NCAA
first round) next weekend. We can sit
back and watch teams eliminate each
Dorrance said that possibly the most
valuable aspect of the tournament for
his team was the chance to experience
some situations it hadn't encountered
Like being behind.
The Tar Heels were behind 1-0 to
both Central Florida and Radford at
halftime. a new experience for a team
that had allowed just two goals all
season coming into the tournament.
Dorrance said the pressure of playing
a team the quality of UCF caused his
team to play tentatively in the first half.
"I think the team is so accustomed
to having to win every game that they
felt pressure to play a real high qualitv
game." Dorrance said. "The contrast in
halves was the difference in the intensity
"Amy Machin's spark and intensity
in the second half ignited us. UCF had
a lot of the play in the first half, but
we had the entire second half.
"We were so pleased to beat Cential
bad years and
Florida by that kind of margin that
there was naturally a letdown (in the
Radford game)," Dorrance said.
UCF's Michelle Akers put the Lady
Knights on top at the 23:05 mark of
the first half when she put a 20-yarder
into the net over Tar Heel goalkeeper
That score held up until the Tar
Heel's second half pressure broke
through, with Joan Dunlap scoring two
goals in 2:33 to put UNC up 2-1. Both
goals were scored on crossing passes
the first from Kathy Kelly and the
second from Carrie Serwetnyk that
were misplayed by UCF goalkeeper
April Heinrichs added an insurance
goal from a Betsy Johnson pass with
six seconds to plav.
Dunlap said the Central Florida
game was an important one mentally
for the Tar Heels.
"For us. the mental preparation was
important for this game," Dunlap said.
"We haven't played a lot of real tough
competition, and this win solidifies in
our minds that we are a championship
team. Every game is a new game, and
Former candidate Anderson
to speak at 12:30 today in Pit
John Anderson, president ot the
National I'nitv Partv and former
presidential candidate, will speak in
the Pit todav at 12:30 p.m
Anderson, who carried Orange
C'ountv in the 19X0 election when he
ran as an independent, is expected
to speak to students about the
"radical right." Student Body Pres
ident Paul Parker said. Anderson
has been president ol the NUP since
one good one.
we have to look at it like that.
"We know we are championship
quality, but we haven't experienced it.
It's just a matter of going out and doing
it every game. Every team is out to get
UNC fell behind 1-0 to Radford in
the first half when the Tar Heel's Betsy
Johnson accidentally pushed a pass by
Huber and into the goal.
The Tar Heels tied the score 11:4)
into the second half when Marcia
McDermott scored on a Dunlap feed.
After Emily Pickering was red-carded
for protesting an official's call, the Tar
Heels, playing a man down, method
ically attacked the Highlander defense
until April Heinrichs took a Senga
Allan pass and patiently beat Radford
goalkeeper Peggy Poore for the winning
The Tar Heels outshot Radford 24
5 for the game.
"One of the things we were looking
for going in (to the tournament) was
to see how many different situations we
could handle," Dorrance said. "Being
down two games in a row and coming
back gives us a lot of momentum going
into the nationals."
December and lias written a book
on the need for a third party in the
In 19X0, Anderson lost the Repub
lican nomination to Ronald Reagan
He then ran as an independent
candidate against Reagan and
In case of rain Anderson's speech
will be moved to the Student Union