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Twins Christopher (left) and Jonathan Badgett prepare Valentines
tor their third-grade classmates at St Thomas More Elementary
By TOM CAMP
When a woman takes the vow to
be married to a man for richer or
for poorer, for better or for worse,
in sickness and in health till death
does she part, does she also part with
her right to withhold sex from her
In 19 states in the United States
she does, at least legally. In these
states, including North Carolina, a
husband cannot be convicted of
Tmirmoil in Mideast escalates
with toombieg9 siege on camp
From Associated Press reports
BEIRUT, Lebanon Israeli jets
attacked a Palestinian camp near the
southern port of Sidon on Thursday,
and Shiite Moslem militiamen
battled Palestinian guerrillas at
refugee camps in Beirut and in the
In Damascus, officials haggled
over how to get food into refugee
camps that have been cut off for
Police said two people were killed
and nine wounded in the Shiite
attacks on Palestinian camps in
Beirut and near Tyre in south
A dozen Israeli fighter-bombers
bombed two buildings used by the
mainstream Fatah guerrilla faction
near the ancient southern port of
IntramMFal hoops: the sweat, passion, agony and tine
By PATTON McDOWELL
The outlet pass arrives cleanly into
the hands of the accelerating point
guard, who gracefully pushes the ball y
up the court. The lone defender sags
hack into the lane, dreading his
Suddenly, the allure of that golden
tine comes into focus for the shot
starved competitor. The murmur of
the crowd seems to have gone up
a few decibels, anticipating a future
highlight film clip. The crowd.
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raping his wife. Only in cases where
the husband and wife are legally
divorced can the husband be
Laura X, who has spearheaded a
national movement to change the
law, says that this is a basic violation
of human rights. Marital and date
rape were the topics of her presen
tation Thursday night in Greenlaw.
X, who adopted her pen name in
the late 60's to symbolize the ano
nymity of women's history, is direc
Sidon, police reported. Fatah is led
by Yasser Arafat, chairman of the
Palestine Liberation Organization.
Casualties from the Israeli bomb
ing at dawn on the outskirts of -the
Mieh Mieh camp were given as one
civilian killed and three people
wounded, including two guerrillas.
There is no known coordinator
between the Israelis and the Shiite
militia Amal, which is attacking the
Palestinians on the ground, but they
have the common aim of keeping the
PLO from regaining the Lebanese
base it lost in Israel's 1982 invasion.
In west Beirut, a prominent pro
Syrian Christian politician, Jean
Obeid, was abducted Thursday.
Police said gunmen in a white BMW
intercepted his chauffeur-driven
limousine on the seafront Rauouche
however, is not nearly as loud as that
familiar voice in the players con
science the voice of Mr. Ball Hog.
Mr. Hog enthusiastically joins the
crowd in the chant. "Shoot it!
Ignoring his two teammates, the
shooter on a mission glances side to
side, makes a final check of the line
below and launches a glorious, high
arching three-point shot.
. The grimaces on his teammates'
faces tell the story of the ill-advised
shot. They watch with disgust as
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School. They were in the South
waiting for their mother. See Page
tor of the National Clearinghouse on
Marital and Date Rape in Califor
nia. The organization is a research
and referral agency that follows
court cases involving marital and
Statistics from Dianne Russel,
author of "Rape and Marriage"
speak louder than words. One in
seven married women are raped at
some point by their husbands.
Moreover, twice as many women are
raped by their husbands as by
Boulevard, fired at the occupants
and dragged him out.
Police would not speculate on
reasons for the abduction of Obeid,
a former adviser to President Amin
Gemayal on Syrian affairs.
Syria, the main power broker in
Lebanon, has 25,000 troops in east
and north Lebanon.
The bombing raid near Sidon was
the fifth Israeli air strike on Pales
tinian targets in Lebanon this year.
Four jets bombed the buildings in
two bases at 6:15 a.m. while eight
provided cover, police reported.
They said guerrilla defenders replied
with anti-aircraft guns and shoulder
fired missiles but scored no hits.
At the Bourj el-Barajhan and
See LEBANON page 4
their teammate's shot hits the right
side of the backboard with the
softness of a flying refrigerator.
The bewildered defender turns,
rebounds the heave like Jim Rice
taking it off the Green Monster at
Fenway, and barely masks a chuckle
as he dribbles the other way. The
backboard still trembles.
One of the teammate's grimaces
is quickly followed by some emo
tional coaching advice that only Bob
Knight would use if one of his players
at once demanded to plav a zone
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Gallery of the Student Union
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strangers, according to Russel's
"Historically, the situation has
been men don't ask," X said.
Date rape is also a common
occurence in this country, X said,
and there are common motives in
both marital and date rape. "There
is a hidden code behind dating that
you're having sex," X said.
The idea that girls must recipro-
See RAPE page 4
Election ends; posters iremaii
By MARK FOLK
With elections finally over, the
Elections Board is occupied with
recounting the votes and dealing
with a few disqualified Student
Congress winners. But their main
job includes going around and
collecting posters from the first
election on Feb. 3.
Steve Lisk, Elections Board
chairman, said candidates from
the first election had until 7 p.m.
last Saturday to take their posters
down. Candidates from the run
off election have until 7 p.m. this
"We're in the process right now
of going around and collecting
posters from the first election.
After we have them all collected,
then we're going to start fining
candidates $1 for every poster of
and threatened his mother.
The once glorious jumpshooter
now defends his action by whin
ing,"C'mon, guys. was open!"
Scenes in basketball folklore like
the one above take place five nights
a week in Woollen Gym, as part of
the massive intramural basketball
program at UNC. On any given
Sunday through Thursday night, up
to 70 teams battle it out.
Rex Pringle, a graduate student,
and Rob Frye, Assistant Intramural
today; and what
day after. Frank Lloyd Wright
By JO FLEISCHER
Assistant University Editor
Students and University officials
said Thursday they are pleased with
new guidelines for the Student
Activities Fund Office worked out
between student representatives and
the Division of Student Affairs.
The groups met to outline the roles
of students and UNC's administra
tion in SAFO.
The result: a memorandum of
agreement that describes the respon
sibilities of SAFO's Audit Board, the
University and SAFO's director that
was signed Monday by representa
tives of those groups.
SAFO's employees elected to
become state employees in 1983, said
Bryan Hassel, student body presi
dent and a signer of the agreement.
State employees are required to have
a state superviser in this case the
University but historically, the
office had been overseen by a student
The signed memo has created a
new policy under which the Univer
sity has the final authority in most
matters, but only after consultation
with the Audit Board, according to
The agreement was reached fol
lowing the announced retirement of
Frances Sparrow, the SAFO direc
tor for about 30 years, to define the
role of each group in SAFO before
a new director is selected, said Dean
of Students Frederic Schroeder. The
policy also includes a job desciption
for the new SAFO director.
"It's an attempt to define who's
doing what and balance it," he said.
Mitchell Camp, chairman of the
Audit Board, said the new policy is
not a major change, but clarifies the
system that has existed since 1983.
"It deletes any gray areas," he said.
"The word 'students' in Student
Activities Fund Office is going to be
The main difference in the new
theirs we have," Lisk said.
Besides collecting the posters,
the Elections Board has also had
to deal with complaints from a
few newly elected and disqualified
Student Congress representatives
because they didn't turn in an
expense form outlining how
much money they spent during
their campaigns. Efforts to reach
Kathleen Sowa of District 8 and
Grady Ingle of District l were
unsuccessful; Tripp Doepner of
District 2 said that the Elections
Board didn't inform him about
the expense form.
"I think that someone from the
Elections Board tried to get in
touch with me, but I didn't
Director, supervise the entire oper
ation. Pringle says that this year's
turnout has been comparable to any
past year. "The 340 teams is the most
for any IM sport," he says. Every
league has enjoyed full participation,
except for the Co-Recreational
teams, according to Pringle.
The Co-Rec division involves
males and females on the same team,
with three females required on the
court at all times. Despite the Co
Rec's decrease in participation, all
the other divisions have enjoyed
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policy is that Student Affairs has the
ultimate responsibility for personnel
and auditing matters, Schroeder
The student representatives, Has
sel, Camp and John W. Williams,
Student Congress treasurer, said the
Audit Board will serve as an adviser,
but tradition dictates that it will be
For example, Dean Schroeder
could veto the Audit Board's choice
for a new director, Williams said. But
that's not likely. I cant see that
happening," he said. "They wouldn't
get our input and than veto it."
Williams said that the Audit
Board's role over the last 50 years
is one the University is proud of, and
he didn't forsee the administration
rejecting the interests of students on
Hassel said he doubted the admin
istration would reject the board's
input. "That would be like violating
a trust," he said. The administration
will continue to allow students to
oversee SAFO, but will have the
ultimate veto power in most matters
because of state regulations.
Hassel said that the agreement was
reached after both Student Affairs
arid the Audit Board proposed
guidelines for the office. They met
and a compromise was reached, he
Schroeder said the office will run
much as it has since 1983, but the
change in directors created the need
for a firm policy. He said he thought
a balance had been achieved that
would allow students to continue
running the office and the University
to meet its responsibilities.
The University will review audits
of SAFO, contracted by the Audit
Board but conducted by an outside
firm under the new agreement.
Hassel said one point of contention;
was the University's request to have
See SAFO page 2
actually talk to anyone from there
until they called me Saturday
morning telling me that I had
been disqualified," Doepner said.
The General Election Laws of
Student Government say all
candidates have until S p.m. the
day after an election to turn in
their expense forms even if
they don't spend any money. But
the bylaws say the Elections
Board chairman has the right to
grant a candidate a 24-hour
extension if asked. Lisk said the
three candidates were granted this
"Since they were told about the
24-hour extension and still didn't
turn in an expense form, there
was nothing left for us to do
except disqualify them," Lisk
See ELECTIONS page 7
success, including the women's and
men's competitive and recreational.
The Men's Recreational league leads
all divisions with 1 38 teams.
Upon entering Woollen on an
average night, an observer is likely
to be overwhelmed by basketball.
Eight courts are often involved in
the action, and the sounds of refe
ree's whistles, squealing sneakers,
and a mixture of cheers and curses
blend together to give Woollen a
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