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c Copyright 1987 The Daily Tar Heel
Volume 95, Issue 30
Monday, April 6, 1987
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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By LAURA PEARLMAN
After months of planning, plans
for Springfest "87 are complete, and
Henderson Residence College is
bracing itself for the swarm of
humanity expected to descend upon
Connor Beach April 1 1.
But Springfesters who drink alco
holic beverages without proper
identification to prove that they're
to Hopkins, 11-1
By BOB YOUNG
Assistant Sports Editor
Saturday's lacrosse game between
North Carolina and Johns Hopkins
was filled as Jack. Palance would
say if Ripley s Believe It or Not were
still on the air with the Strange,
the Bizarre and the Unexpected.
Not that the outcome, an 11-10
nailbiting win by the Blue Jays, was
a huge surprise. But it was an upset.
Hopkins came into the game with
a record of 3-2 and a No. 8 national
ranking while UNC was 5-1 and
ranked second in the country. The
Tar Heels were 2-0 against Hopkins
at Fetzer Field and 4-0 on grass.
It wasn't the win so much as the
manner by which it came about that
qualified the game for inclusion in
That's Incredible if it were still
on the air.
The first three quarters were
dominated by the defense, as was
obvious from the halftime score of
4-4. And for the Blue Jays, a good
deal of that stopping power was
provided by an unexpected source
freshman goalie Quint Kessenich,
who was starting his first collegiate
Stmdent -volunteers on the increase at UNC9 aroMind
By DAN MORRISON
According to national statistics,
more and more American college
students are devoting time and
energy to volunteer work. Students
at UNC are no exception to the
Student involvement in public
service projects has risen consider
ably in recent years, said a repre
sentative of Campus Compact, a
Boston University-based organiza
tion of 1 20 university presidents and
chancellors committed to encourag
ing student volunteers.
"A survey we did in January 1986
told us that of the 67 schools we
interviewed, 43 percent reported an
increase in student participation in
volunteering over the past five
years," Campus Contact Assistant
turmoil in Georgia, students march
21 will run the risk of receiving $25
The Alcohol Law Enforcement
(ALE) officers who will patrol the
area will issue citations to students,
but they will not arrest anyone unless
"things get out of hand," HRC
Governor Liz Cass said Sunday.
Students who plan to drink at
Springfest should bring proof of age,
Cass said Sunday. She also said she
"Our whole detense played really
well," Kessenich said. "We didn't let
them get inside for easy shots. A lot
of their shots came from 10 yards
out or farther."
In another unforeseen develop
ment, two of the three UNC first
period goals came via defenseman
Kevin Haus. With that first-period
binge, the junior from Ruxton, Md.,
doubled his career goal output at
The Tar Heels came back strong
in the second half, with Joey Seivold,
Ted Brown and Gary Seivold each
scoring a goal in the opening VA
minutes of the third quarter.
But then began the Bizarre tale of
Larry Le Doyen. A senior midfielder
on a team overflowing with freshman
and sophmores, LeDoyen entered
the game as the Blue Jays' fourth
leading scorer with seven goals andj
With Hopkins down by three and
UNC seemingly prepared to deliver
a knockout blow, LeDoyen took
over. "We had our backs to the wall,"
he said. "We knew we had to win
He scored two unassisted goals in
Tuesday: Working with Children
D Wednesday: Helping the Elderly
D Thursday: Working in Hospitals
Friday: Helping fellow students
Director Saphira Baker said.
Among American colleges, UNC
has a high rate of student volunteer
ism. The University's Campus Y
serves as a model for other organ
izations across the nation, according
to Robert Hackett, outreach director
for Campus Outreach Opportunity
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to South Building in a rally sponsored
hopes the drinking policy will not
discourage students from attending
"We 'don't want people to read
about Springfest and think it's going
to be too strict to drink and not want
to come," Cass said. "The policy is
really pretty lenient, we think. There
are about 50 people on the Springfest
staff who will monitor traffic, dorms,
and the beach.
UNC's Gary Seivold (right) evades
the third quarter, one with nine
seconds remaining, to put the Jays
back in the thick of things at 7-6.
But he wasn't through. Ninety
seven seconds into the final stanza.
"Chapel Hill has one of the better
programs nationwide," Hackett said:
Zenobia Hatcher-Wilson, director
of UNC's Campus Y, said 500 to 700
students work at the Y on a constant
basis, but one-fifth of the undergrad
uates at UNC, or about 4,400
students, become involved in Cam
pus Y-sponsored projects.
Hatcher-Wilson pinpointed the
recent surge in volunteering to
programs that promote contact
"Most students seem to be leaning
toward the one-on-one programs
such as Big Brothers,' prison visits
and tutoring," she said.
But UNC students, are taking
advantage of other outlets for
volunteering as well.
Jenny Fisher assistant director of
volunteer services at N.C. Memorial
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by the Black Student Movement
"We don't want any arrests and
hope people will just have fun but
cooperate at the same time."
Springfest will begin with
"Springfest Cookout '87" Friday
night in the Pit, and continue at noon
on Saturday with performances by
four local bands.
The Springfest cookout, spon
sored by Carolina Dining Services,
will offer hot dogs, hamburgers and
a Johns Hopkins defender during
the Tar Heels' Tim Welsh was called
for forechecking, which sent him to
the bench for 60 seconds. While
arguing quite animatedly in Welsh's
defense, Joey Seivold was hit with
Hospital, said she had noticed a rise
in students who want to work at the
hospital. And Carolyn Fox, Alpha
Phi Omega service fraternity pres
ident, said she had noticed an
increase in the number of rushees this
Hatcher-Wilson said student
volunteers came from many different
backgrounds rich and poor, black
and white, freshman and seniors.
Most students come to the Y
because they want to get involved
in something besides studying, she
said. "It's a real effort on their part
to enrich the lives of others and
Women still seem to lead the pack
A 1985 survey called "American
Freshman: National Norms"
revealed that 81.6 percent of all
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By DEBBIE RZASA
On the eve of the anniversary of
the assassination of Martin Luther
King Jr., an energetic crowd of about
250 students assembled for a noon
protest in the Pit to show that black
activism is not dead on UNC's
The protesters took a moment
from the excitement of the rally
Friday to remember King with
bowed heads and silence.
The rally had a dual purpose
to show UNC blacks that the Black
Student Movement is active and to
protest the University's investments
in companies doing business in
Composed mostly of members of
black graduate and undergraduate
organizations, the highly vocal
crowd lined up five abreast and
joined hands to march from the Pit
chicken from 4 p.m. to 7:15 p.m
Students will be able to use their
meal cards, and except for the
Commons, Lenoir Hall will be closed
Springfest organizers are asking
students not to bring glass bottles,
kegs or coolers to the "concert.
Starting at noon on Saturday,
four bands will perform: Billy
Warden and the Floating Children,
the Tar Heels' 11-10 loss Saturday
an unsportsmanlike conduct
penalty. He would join Welsh for
those 60 seconds.
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women enrolled in private school
volunteered in 1985, compared to
78. 1 percent of all men. The survey
was conducted by the University of
California at Los Angeles.
In public colleges, the survey said,
77.8 percent of female students
volunteered in 1985, compared to
70.8 of male students.
Officials involved with volunteer
services offered various reasons for
the recent increase in student
COOL Outreach Director Hack
ett attributed the surge to student
discontent with the President
Ronald Reagan's administration.
"1 think students are sick of the
lack of compassion and leadership
in the Reagan administration.
Democrats and Republicans alike."
Hackett said. "They are coming from
to the steps of South Building,
chanting, "Black pride No doubt
Let's get the money out!"
The marching formation was a
symbolic reminder of the recent
racial turmoil in Forsythe County,
Protesters held signs with slogans
such as "A dormant movement? Hell
no!" and "South Building, we want
the last word Divest now."
At South Building, the crowd
listened and responded with chants
and applause to speakers who
encouraged blacks to get involved at
UNC and urged the Board of
Endowment (BOE) to divest.
Kenny Perry, newly-elected BSM
president, made an emotional appeal
for black involvement during his first
speech as president.
"What I see in these faces is energy
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a local band; Cream of Soul, a
Motown rock group; Xenon, a funk
band; and Urban Edge, a progressive
Parking for the concert will be
available at the following parking
lots: Ram's Head, Bell Tower, S-4
lot and Stadium Drive. Chapel Hill
police will ticket and tow cars parked
illegally on Battle, Senilac, Hooper
and Gimghoul lots.
By RON CRAWFORD
Staff Writer .
UNC students looking for a
change of scenery can spend a
semester, a summer or a year study
ing almost anywhere in the world,
using UNC's Study Abroad
With the help of Study Abroad,
students can participate in any one
of 32 UNC-sponsored programs in
16 different countries, according to
Judy Tilson, Study Abroad officer.
The office also can provide students
with information about hundreds of
other programs not sponsored by
UNC has programs involving
every culture and language in the
curriculum of the College of Arts and
Sciences. Students who participate
in the programs remain enrolled at
UNC, earning college credit while
they study in other countries. The
amount of credit earned varies with
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all walks of life too, public schools
and Ivy Leagues."
But some students do volunteer
work to upgrade their resumes, and.
Kenneth Green, associate director of
UCLA's Higher Education Research.
Institute, said he saw a direct:
correlation between resume-padding
and the decline of altruism, or
unselfish concern for the welfare of.
others, among American college!
freshmen in 1986. ;'-
"Volunteering in college looks
good to future employers." he said.
"It shows them that their employees
That mentality is recognizable in
advertising for the Peace Corps and
the armed services. Green said.
"These organizations are looking for
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