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'Copyright 1987 The Daily Tar Heel
Volume 95, Issue 49
Tuesday, September 8, 1987
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
News Sports Arts 962-0245
By JAMES SUROWIECKI
On a muddy track, the book
says, you give the thoroughbreds
a break, hand the ball off to the
fullback and grind the opposing
defense down. The game, the book
says, will be low-scoring. Touch
downs will be the result of endu
rance, not flash.
Saturday, the book was wrong.
On a rainy, miserable day in
Kenan Stadium, the North Carol
ina Tar Heels used a big-play
offense and a superior second-hall"
defense to demolish Illinois, 34-14.-
UNC was sparked offensively
by sophomore tailback Torin
Dorn, who showed off his break
away speed and marvelous ability
to use his blockers as he twice
slashed upfield for long gains.
Dorn finished with 165 yards on
just 15 carries, plus two touch
downs. His performance brought
to mind another rainy day in
Kenan, when his predecessor,
Derrick Fenner, ravaged Virginia
for 328 yards. But after Saturday,
Dorn is the only UNC tailback
"Before the day I was kind of
nervous, and I felt like I really had
to test myself," Dorn said. "Today
gave me a little confidence.I just
did my job and the offensive line
did its job and things just opened
In the first half, though, there
was very little that was open. UNC
everal distorts are still.
By KIMBERLY EDENS
More than one-third of Student
Congress seats will remain unfilled
until elections on Oct. 6, leaving
several districts unrepresented in fall
Eleven of the 28 congress seats are
not filled, according to Rob Fried
man, congress speaker. Seven repre
sentatives either graduated or moved
out of the districts they represented,
three seats were never filled last
semester and one representative is
National report notes shortage
of bmsieess school professors
By TOM McCUISTON
If the recent report issued by the
American Assembly of Collegiate
Schools of Business is any indication
of the shortage of business professors,
perhaps this semester's add cards for
business classes should have been
colored gold instead of lavender.
The AACSB's report noted 16
percent of tenure-track teaching
positions remained unfilled during
the 1986-87 academic year, and every
doctoral graduate in business has four
academic positions facing him.
"There is no question that there is
a shortage (of business professors),"
By RACHEL ORR
Although rain drenched Kenan
Stadium Saturday during Carolina's
first football game of the season, it
didn't dampen the crowd's
Bobby Mauriello, wearing a Bud
weiser cap to secure the blue-and-white
pompons dangling from his
ears, sported Tar Heel tracks across
his face, courtesy of the Carolina
The secret of eternal youth is delayed maturity. Alice Roosevelt Longsworth
quarterback Mark Maye struggled
all day, finishing with a paltry 93
yards on 6-of-12 passing, and the
Tar Heel ground attack found the
Illini defensive line less than
But UNC did get on the score
board first, thanks to tailback
Lynn McLellan's fumble, which
gave the Tar Heels first-and-goal
from the Illinois 10.
Even from there, though, the
Tar Heels couldn't punch it in. On
second down, Maye found Eric
Lewis in the end zone, but an
offensive interference call pushed !
UNC back to the 24, where on.
third down Maye hit Lewis for 19
yards. Kenny Miller came on to
kick a 21 -yard field goal.
For the rest of the second
quarter, the Tar Heel offense
sputtered and coughed, not unlike
many of the drenched fans in the
stands. With less than three min
utes to play in the first quarter,
Maye overthrew a receiver and hit
Illinois cornerback Keith Taylor
right in the hands. Taylor returned
the interception 32 yards.
Staying almost entirely on the
ground, Illinois then drove to the
UNC 13, where an offsides penalty
gave the Illini new life. On third-and-goal
from the 9, Illinois'
quarterback Brian Menkhausen
See ILLINOIS page 10 ?
The 17 congress members are
expected to make decisions this
month about funding for the Black
Student Movement and the Carolina
Symposium. They will also decide if
an amendment to raise student
activity fees $5 in order to finance
a new drop-add computer system
should be voted on by students in
"I don't like it," Friedman said,
referring to the unrepresented dis
tricts. "But the people who vote chose
to have these people in office. They
(the voters) should ask, 'Are you
said David Rubin, director of the
Ph.D. program at UNC's School of
Business Administration. "Our Ph.D.
graduates have no problems getting
Rubin said the growing number of
students seeking undergraduate bus
iness and MBA degrees is the main
cause of the current problem.
"Last year there were 70,000 MBA
graduates," he said. "When I got my
MBA in 1969, there were 16,000."
Jim McKee, a consultant for the
AACSB, said the main causes of the
shortage are business students eager
to enter the private sector, students
tired of financing their education, and
didn't sink student spirit
football season opener
Labor Day photos
Fever Committee face-painters.
Mauriello, a freshman from New
York City, cheered and gave several
"high five's" during his first-ever
Carolina football game, 'as the Tar
Heels beat Illinois 34 to 14.
"It's pretty exciting," Mauriello
said during halftime. "I'm going to
go to every game for the next four
years!" ; '
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Eric Lewis (32) and Quint Smith
going to be around next year?' "
Some students run for congress
only to be involved in the April
budget process, Friedman said.
During the spring budget hearings,
congress determines what student
organizations receive funding from
student activity fees.
"That's something that has to be
changed either the February
election date, or the inauguration
date," he said.
A constitutional referendum would
See CONGRESS page 4
the growing number of older Ph.D.
business professors who are now
"The great popularity of business
education has caused many schools
to open business schools," McKee
said. "Business schools now award
approximately 24 percent of all
The shortage of business professors
and surplus of students seeking
business degrees certainly has been
felt in North Carolina.
John Evans, a professor and the
former dean of the UNC School of
See SHORTAGE page 3
Suzanne Lowe, Carolina Fever
Committee co-president, also said she
was excited about the spirit displayed
at the Labor Day weekend game.
"I think it was really great, con
sidering the rain and everything,"
Lowe, a senior, said. "I think the
Carolina Fever was really strong."
To . boost spirit, the Carolina
Athletic Association committee
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By DEBBIE RZASA
Board of Trustees Chairman
Robert Eubanks has revealed the
members of the committee that will
conduct the search for UNC Chan
cellor Christopher Fordham's
Fordham announced Aug. 28 that
he will vacate his office at the end
of the 1987-88 academic year.
The search committee, which
includes trustees, faculty, one alum
nus and one student, will be respon
sible for screening candidates and
making recommendations to UNC's
"It's a tremendous responsibility
we're undertaking," Eubanks said
Friday at the search committee's first
The Board of Trustees will recom
mend at least two candidates to UNC
system President CD. Spangler.
Spangler will then choose one of
the candidates, and submit his choice
to the UNC system's Board of
Governors for final approval.
"The thing that we're attempting
to do with this process is to make
sure that we have a broad represen
tation of all the constituents of the
University," Eubanks said.
Thfr composition of the committee
is similar to past search committees
at UNC, Eubanks said, because the
formula has always been effective.
The 14 members of the committee
are Eubanks; Student Body President
Brian Bailey; alumnus James Exum,
chief justice of the N.C. Supreme
Court; BOT Vice Chairman Earl
Phillips; trustees Elizabeth Dowd,
William Darity, Richard Jenrette,
Barbara Perry and Robert Strick
land; Faculty Chairman George
Kennedy; Mary Ellen Jones, chair
man of the Department of Biology
and Nutrition; Edward Holley, pro
fessor of library science; Bernadette
Gray-Little, professor of psychology;
and William Little, distinguished
professor in the Department of
Eubanks, who would not say when
he expected the final chancellor
selection to be made, said the com
mittee will take as much time as
necessary to find the best candidate.
"President Spangler has explained
to us that with such an important
process, we should not be binded by
any timetable," Eubanks said. "The
candidates will determine the
The first responsibility of the
search committee will be to determine
the best way to advertise for qualified
applicants for the position. Then,
Eubanks said, the committee will
decide how to proceed with open
A broad range of people includ
ing faculty members, alumni, admin
See COMMITTEE page 5
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