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Volume 92, Issue 88
By MICHAEL PERSINGER
For the UNC women's soccer team,
the smell of napalm is the smell of
victory. And napalm was the inspiration
for the Tar Heel's 2-0 win over the
University of Connecticut for their
fourth straight national title and third
NCAA title on Fetzer Field yesterday.
Just like the troops of Apocalypse
Now loved the smell of napalm in the
morning, the Tar Heels love the smell
North Carolina maintained a steady
assault in the second half, outshooting
the Huskies 17-1 and controlling the ball
in its ofensive half. But the Huskies kept
UNC off the scoreboard until April
Heinrichs and Joan Dunlap burned
them for a pair of goals in a span of
less than four minutes.
Heinrichs got the Tar Heels on the
board at the 77:05 mark when she beat
Husky goalkeeper Laura Skaza to the
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Leaving on a jet plane for home
is not easy for procrastinators
By KATHY NANNEY
Students without airline reservations
for Thanksgiving break may need to call
mom and have her keep the turkey
According to John Brantley, Raleigh
Durham airport director, while students
may be delayed, anyone who wants a
flight over Thanksgiving should be able
to get one through waiting lists or by
While students who wait until the last
minute to make flight arrangements
usually get to their destination, planning
early is the safe way to go, he said.
Brantley advised students and faculty
to make their airline reservations for
"It is highly advisable to go ahead
and get your reservations, with so much
air traffic taking place during the
holiday peak," Brantley said. "The
earlier you make reservations, the better
are your opportunities for reduced
fares, if any are available." Christmas
bookings are already heavy, he said.
"People who try to get last-minute
tickets will probably not be stranded
but may not be able to get the exact
airline or flight time that they want,"
"I have not known of any circum
stance where you couldn't get out if you
were diligent enough," he said. "There
are always cancellations."
Students who fly home face more
than just reservation problems. With the
ball six yards in front of the left post
and drove it into the net. Heinrichs said
her anticipation was the key to the goal.
"It was a deflected shot that rolled
in toward the goal," Heinrichs said. "I
anticipated the goalkeeper waiting on
the line for the ball, and I beat her to
it before she saw me coming."
Dunlap provided the final margin
when she took Marcia McDermott's
head of a Betsy Johnson corner kick
and pushed it into the net from just
a yard out.
"We're as intense as anybody,"
Heinrichs said. "When we step on the
field, they better expect a bomb. We
want to intimidate 'til they want to leave
The Tar Heels explosion was a long
time coming, and UNC coach Anson
Dorrance said the reason was the
defensive strategy Connecticut used.
"They were well organized in back,
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end of the airlines' fare wars of 1983,
there has been a general increase in air
fare, said Don McGuire, a Piedmont
Airlines staff vice president in charge
of public affairs. Many airlines still offer
student discounts, but these often do
not apply to peak flying days, he said.
"WeVe found that the amount of
business we do depends more on the
state of the economy than on our fares,"
McGuire said. "With the improving
economy, business is up to record levels
despite the rate increases."
Many students find the cost of flying
"This is the first time I'm going home
(this semester),"said Robin Marshall, a
sophomore from South Hampton, N.Y.
"It is because of the cost I'd go home
more if I could." Driving is much
cheaper than flying, but the time spent
on the road usually is not worth the
savings, she said.
"The last time we drove, it took 10
hours to get to New York City, then
another two for me to get home,"
Marshall said. If you're going home
for a short break, you spend all your
time getting there. Driving might be
okay for Christmas break, but other
times, it isn't worth it."
Students who fly or drive great
distances often miss class time, said
Michael Soboeiro, a sophomore from
"It is much cheaper to drive home,
but because the breaks are short, 1 have
to leave two days early," he said.
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wins fourth title
and it was a good decision on their part
to pack it back in," Dorrance said.
"Athletically, they couldn't match up
"We anticipated the bunker-back
defense," Heinrichs said. "We knew we
would have to beat them to the ball
and work for the shots and the break.
It was difficult for our team to be tied
three quarters of the way through, but
patience and experience prevailed."
North Carolina finished the season
24-0-1, and the Tar Heels are unbeaten
in 44 games since a loss to the Huskies
in the 1983 season opener. Connecticut
"Revenge for the loss last year was
the biggest motivator," Heinrichs said.
The Tar Heels reached the finals by
virtue of a 2-1 overtime win over
California-Berkeley in the semifinals
After Bear striker Robyn Queen's
Late Heel rally ties Cavs, 24-24
By LEE ROBERTS
Assistant Sports Editor
As North Carolina kicker Kenny
Miller ran out onto the Kenan Stadium
turf Saturday with just 10 seconds left
on the clock, a chorus of boos came
ringing down on UNC head coach Dick
Miller would make a 25-yard field
goal to gain North Carolina a 24-24 tie
with Virginia. The Tar Heels had just
made two furious drives from inside
their own 20-yard line in the last 5:54
of the game after being down, 24-14,
and had grabbed a seemingly certain
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Some of the crowd, as well as many
of the Virginia players and coaches,
thought North Carolina should have
gone for the win instead of the tie.
Caught in the end: UNC's Ron Burton nails qb Don Majkowski, helping the Tar Heels to a 10-point rally
Black enrollment, faculty hiring down
By KATY FRIDL
Black undergraduate and graduate
enrollment is down for 1 984, Chancellor
Christopher C. Fordham III said in
presenting the University's Minority
and Female Presence Report at the
Faculty Council meeting Friday.
Black faculty numbers are also
discouraging, because the pool of
qualified applicants is declining. Ford
"Student recruitment is unsatisfac
tory, which is shown by the decreases
in black enrollment," Fordham said.
"Some of this decrease may be
accounted for by the drop-off in black
high school graduates, but the true
genesis of this trend is not clear.
In the annual report of the Advisory
Committee for Undergraduate Admis
sions, Committee Chairman and Dean
of the College of Arts and Sciences
Samuel Williamson said that while this
year's undergraduate enrollment has
dropped, the decline wasn't caused by
too little work by the admissions office.
Williamson cited several factors
which may have contributed to the
drop: lack of financial aid, competition
with other institutions, the image of
UNC as big and monolithic and a slight
decline in college enrollment
The report on undergraduate admis
sions also shows that the percentage of
University community since 1893
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
breakaway goal matched Heinrich's
score on a Jo Boobas assist in regu
lation, Amy Machin, the tournament's
most valuable offensive player, took a
Tina Luft pass across the goal mouth
and put it by goalkeeper Mary Harvey,
who couldn't recover in time to make
Dorrance said the game against Cal
Berkeley worried him more than the
"U.Conn plays a style that we prefer
to play against," Dorrance said.
"Although the game was close until the
last 10 minutes, there wasnt the sense
of panic that there was against Cal
Berkeley. Cal-Berkeley matched up with
us much better than U.Conn did."
Dianne Beatty agreed that Cal
Berkeley was the tougher of the two
teams the Tar Heels faced this weekend.
"They (Cal-Berkeley) were winning
50-50 balls, and no team has ever done
that against us," Beatty said. "They were
Virginia coach George Welsh
expressed his discontent diplomatically.
"That decision (to go for the field goal)
is up to him (Crum)," Welsh said. "It's
his football team. If he wants to play
for a tie, that's his decision."
Howard Petty, who led the Cavaliers
with 61 yards rushing on the day, was
a little less diplomatic about it. "I
wouldn't have done that," Petty said.
"I can't speak for the team, but myself
I was kind of disappointed they did
Crum, meanwhile, defended himself.
"The field goal at the end was my
decision," Crum said. "We had driven
the ball 90 yards and I felt it was" in
our best interest to go for the tie. That
was too far to go to get nothing."
But none of this pseudo-controversy
would have occurred were it not for the
entering freshman students who grad
uated in the top 5 percent of their high
school class declined in 1 984 by about
6 percent. Williamson said the pool of
students from the top 5 percent of their
class had declined nationwide. A more
flexible out-of-state admissions policy
could increase that number, he said.
Regarding black faculty hiring. The
Chapel Hill Newspaper reported Friday
that 33 blacks need to be hired on the
tenure-track to meet the goal estab
lished in July 1 983 by an Affirmative
Action plan. The University's goal is to
have 83 blacks in these positions by
December 1 986.
Presently, 50 black faculty members
represent 4 percent of the total faculty
in tenure-track positions. The 1986 goal
is 5.6 percent, which means the Uni
versity has a long way to go in a short
time. Fourteen tenure-track black
faculty members are needed to reach
the goal of 32 in Health Affairs, while
1 9 tenure-track black faculty need to
be hired in Academic Affairs to meet
the goal of 5 1 .
"In the public perception, the empha
sis on Affirmative Action is lessening,"
Fordham said. "Hopefully, this won't
slow UNC down in its efforts to enhance
diversity in the University community."
Fordham said ingredients for more
progress are evident, but the efforts of
all faculty were needed to join the
recruiting effort for minority students
in a row
dominating in the first half, and we were
still up 1-0."
Connecticut could never manage the
success the Bears had. Although Con
necticut's packed-back defense kept the
Tar Heels away from the goal for more
than three-quarters of the game, UNC's
pressure finally broke through.
"1 had a whole lot of doubt in my
mind when we had dominated the game
with about 12 minutes to go and it was
0-0," Beatty said. "I thought, 'My God,
one break and it could be over.'
"The first goal kind of made them
roll over and die, and the second goal
"We were too ambitious with our
shooting in the first half," Dorrance
said. "California's style kept us from
being relaxed (Saturday), but today I
think we were more composed."
The win for the Tar Heels means the
realization of a four-year-old goal for
two late field-length drives engineered
by UNC quarterback Kevin Anthony.
Anthony, who was 19 of 38 on the day
and set a school record for passing yards
in a game (281), passed for 166 yards
in the final two drives.
UNC had the ball, down 24-14, when
Anthony and the offense went to work.
On a first-and-10 from the UNC 26,
Anthony let loose a long pass that just
popped out of the hands of Steve
Streater. So the very next play, he went
right back downtown, this time to Earl
Winfield, who bobbled the ball before
catching it and was downed after a 63
"The defensive back tipped it
slightly," Winfield said of his bobbled
reception. "I thank God I caught it."
Two plays later, Anthony found
Arnold Franklin across the middle for
as well as faculty. He cited the "exper
tise" of the Affirmative Action office
and the "goodwill" of the faculty as
indicative of UNC's effort to recruit
more black students and faculty
members, as well as female studeants
and faculty members.
In an unusual move, one student
asked to speak briefly when the floor
was opened. Few students attend
Faculty Council meetings, much less
address the council.
Robyn Hadley, a senior from Gra
ham, described what she termed the
"Message-Messenger effect." Hadley
said the "Message" was the Minority
and Female Presence Report for 1984,
and the "Messenger" was the Faculty
"Historically, UNC has said it would
increase minority enrollment until it
reached 15 percent in 1986," Hadley
said. "The reality, however, is that
UNC's minority enrollment is presently
8 percent and has decreased constantly
for the last three years."
Hadley said statistics showed the
number of minority faculty members
had remained at 50, despite the fact that
UNC had said it would increase the
number of minority faculty members to
83 in tenure-track positions by 1986.
"There seems to be a problem," Hadley
said. "Is the messenger mute or are we?
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UNC. Dorrance said the fourth cham
pionship was special because of his
"When we recruited them, we knew
they would be champions," Dorrance
said. "We thought they could be
champions and we wanted them to stay
champions. It's special to have a group
of champions to come in and win every
year while they are in school. I'm proud
of each and every one of them."
Beatty said the team knew it could
win its fourth title all along, but she
said the Tar Heels still had something
"We had a lot to prove to people who
said women's soccer was a joke," Beatty
said. "WeVe played before 25 people
all season long until this weekend. That
was the largest crowd ever today, and
I don't think well have trouble anymore
"I think that crowd was impressed."
an 11 -yard score.
After the bend-but-don't-break UNC
defense held Virginia on the next set
of downs, North Carolina regained
possession with 1:30 left and 89 yards
from the Virginia goal line.
In seven pass plays, four of them
completions to Winfield, UNC moved
from its own 11 to the Virginia nine
yard line. After two incomplete passes
set up a third-and-goal from the nine,
the wide-open and unpredictable
offense that Crum has been calling for
the last two weeks was called for again.
Anthony walked down the offensive
line as if he were calling signals to his
receivers, when center Brian Johnston
hiked the ball all the way back to Ethan
Horton in the backfield.
See FOOTBALL on page 5
S TV will soon
By JIM ZOOK
Although a few details remain unre
solved, Student Television is expected
to air all its programming from Swain
Hall by the time of its first show in
January, according to Tim Sullivan,
STV director of development.
STV currently produces videotapes
of its programming and delivers the
tapes to Village Cable, which broadcasts
To bring broadcast capabilities to
Swain Hall, an underground cable was
laid from Swain to Village Cable
Sullivan said the University has had
the necessary equipment for this arran
gement, but to put the equipment into
place required a lot of drilling in Swain.
"This is really simplistic, but essen
tially you get the equipment and the
cable hooked up to a recorder in Swain
Hall. We run the tape in Swain, and
the signal goes to Village Cable and out
into the system," Sullivan said.
Problems now are partially with the
hours Swain Hall is open. John Bittner,
chairman of the department of radio,
television and motion pictures, said the
building is locked at 5 p.m. daily
because of equipment stored in the
building. STV's current programming
airs at night. Also, Bittner. said a
qualified engineer would be necessary
to operate the master control panel to
run the actual broadcasting.
To get around the 5 p.m. closing time,
Sullivan suggested placing a recorder
in Swain Annex, located just behind
Swain Hall and open 24 hours a day,
because to actually run the programs
a recorder is all that is needed.
He added that this is the beginning
of a telecommunications system for the
University that will eventually connect
almost every facility on campus.
"This means connecting all dorms
and buildings on campus. It will allow
cable access in the dorms, connecting
all the data processing centers, and as
a part, eventually broadcasting (live)
from certain spots," Sullivan said.
As far as cable television in dormi
tories goes, housing department Direc
tor Wayne Kuncl said he would meet
today with chairman of a committee
organized by Kuncl to look into placing
cable in dormitories.
See STV on page 2