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Serving the students and the University community since 1893
' Copyright 1987 The Daily Tar Heel
Volume 95, Issue 104
Monday, November 30, 1987
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Faculty committee plains improvements in student aid.
By HELEN JONES
To improve the student aid system
at UNC, a faculty committee has
proposed producing a brochure to
inform students about University
scholarship programs and forming a
task force on student employment.
In a report to the Faculty Council,
the Committee on Scholarships,
Awards and Student Aid also
approved two policy changes and
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By LAURA BENNETT
If the most recent draft of a UNC?
system-wide drug policy is approved
by the Board of Governors, UNC
CH's drug policy would have to be
expanded to include faculty and staff,
a University official said.
In the past year, a BOG committee
has been taking steps to form a
system-wide drug policy. If the
proposed policy is approved, the
system's 16 campuses will have to
follow its guidelines. This could
involve changing their own drug
policies or adopting the BOG policy,
since some of the campuses do not
have a policy specifically dealing with
According to James Cansler, vice
chancellor of student affairs, one of
the main changes at .UNC-CH. would,
be the inclusion of faculty and staff
in the University drug policy.
Lloyd Hackley, UNC-system vice
president for student services, said the
BOG committee felt this type of
change was necessary because a drug
policy should address every element
of the educational community,
including faculty and staff.
Also, Hackley said changes in
Missimo's goal pints soccer
From staff reports
BALTIMORE Three wins
down, two to go.
The eighth-ranked North Carolina
men's soccer team earned its first trip
to the Final Four with a 1-0 win over
19th-ranked Loyola of Maryland
here Sunday afternoon.
Derek Missimo's head-in goal late
in the first half was the only score
of the match, which was played in
a steady downpour on the slick
Astroturf surface of Homewood
A crowd of 1,460 watched UNC
improve its record to 20-4, including
nine straight wins. North Carolina,
making its first NCAA tournament
appearance in 19 years, earned its way
into the final eight with victories over
Duke and South Carolina on con
"Everyone has been tremendous
for this team. You can tell that after
a win by our celebrations," said UNC
head coach Anson Dorrance, who,
having led the Tar Heel women's
team to six national titles in the past
seven years, has his men's team two
wins away from a championship of
"Last year we lost a lot of close
games, especially the Duke game. We
outplayed them the whole game,
outshooting them 15-6 and still lost.
We knew coming into this season that
we had the personnel to carry us this
By KRISTEN GARDNER
Assistant University Editor
A student protest group has
formed a legal defense fund to cover
legal costs for six of its members who
were arrested while protesting on
campus recruitment by the CIA.
Dale McKinley, a member of the
CIA Action Committee, said
members sent out about 300 letters
to professors two weeks ago, asking
proposed a $30 million capital
endowment to pay for additional
The scholarship brochure is part
of an outreach effort aimed at
attracting students with high aca
demic performances, said Wayne
Christiansen, committee chairman.
"We have not tried vigorously
enough to recruit academically
talented students to the University,"
he said. "If we recruit athletes, why
UNC-CH's policy will have to be
made regarding specific penalties for
offenses involving certain drugs.
Presently, UNC-CH does not have
a specific "drug policy." The only
regulations applying to drugs are
contained in two paragraphs of the
Instrument for Student Judicial
Governance under the Code of
Under the code, illegal trafficking
in the selling or transfer of drugs is
punishable by expulsion, suspension
or lesser sanctions, and the possession
of any illegal drugs on University
premises is punishable by probation
or lesser sanctions.
The BOG's proposed policy is more
specific, as it would separate substan
ces according to potential for abuse,
whether the drug has an accepted
medical use and whether abuse would
produce psychological or physical
dependency, as classified by the N.C.
Controlled Substances Act.
The severity of the penalties would
vary according to the type of sub
stances found, and whether or not the
suspect was selling or had intent to
The proposed policy also would
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"That may be the starting point for
everything this year," Dorrance
continued. "As (UNC captain) Dave
(Smyth) said, we knew that if we got
into the NCAA tournament this year,
we could do well."
One thing the Tar Heels were
missing last year was a striker like
Missimo, a 6-foot-4 freshman for
ward from Dallas who definitely has
a flair for the dramatic. With the
clock winding down in the first half,
UNC's Chad Ashton knifed a corner
kick into the box and Missimo
knocked a header past Loyola goal
keeper Dave Barrueta.
On the play, Missimo had to
outleap Loyola's Jeff Nattans for the
ball, which bounced from his head
to a defender's shoulder and into the
goal at 42:27 of the match.
"Ashton played a perfect ball,"
Missimo said. "All I had to do was
put my head on it."
"Derek's goal was a great one,"
Dorrance said. "When another team
has to go head to head against
someone 6-4 on a near-post run, that's
difficult to stop."
The Greyhounds of Loyola fin
ished their season at 17-4-2.
With the win, North Carolina
became only the fourth team in ACC
history to win 20 or more games in
While the site of this weekend's
for donations to help cover the
protesters' legal fees.
McKinley said the group had
received about four responses to the
letter so far. He said he expects to
raise several hundred dollars through
Group member Graham Entwistle
said the money collected would be .
used to cover court costs and other
fees. The students' lawyers have
am convinced digestion is the great secret of life.
can't we recruit academically talented
The committee proposed that a $30
million capital endowment be used
to help fund scholarships for both
academic merit and financial need.
In a capital endowment, the Uni
versity invests the funds and the
interest is used to fund the scholar
ships. Christiansen said the $30
million figure was chosen because it
would yield $1.1 million in yearly
give the chancellor the authority to
suspend students or faculty members
accused of a drug offense before
judicial proceedings are held, if he
considers the suspect a threat to the
Cansler said the UNC-CH chan
cellor has the authority now to
suspend anyone who is destructive or
disruptive to the University commun
ity for the safety of others. But the
chancellor's authority over people
charged with drug trafficking or
possession is not specifically outlined.
If the final draft of the new policy
is passed in January, each campus will
have to review its drug policy and
adopt a suitable policy following the
minimums set by the BOG.
Hackley, who has been involved in
the creation of the policy since
September 1986, said the board has
hesitated over the years to form a
comprehensive policy, but a wide
variety of information coming into
the board indicated a need to deal
with the University's drug problem
"They felt that it was serious
enough, and enough of a threat to
the university system," he said.
Final Four has yet to be determined,
the Tar Heels already know their
semifinal opponent will be Clemson.
The Tigers beat Rutgers, 3-2, on
The other bracket will match
Harvard, a 3-0 winner over Adelphi
Sunday, against the winner of Sun
day's late UCLA-San Diego State
North Carolina is already 2-0
against traditionally tough Clemson,
having handed the Tigers 2-1 losses
in Chapel Hill during the regular
season and in Durham during the
With Sunday's win, UNC is now
3-0 this season in games played in
the rain. The Tar Heels' record on
Astroturf is 1-1.
"I can honestly say that Loyola was
a lot better than I expected," Dor
rance said. "They were very good. It
would not have been an embarrass
ment to lose to them."
Indeed, the Greyhounds outshot
UNC by a 10-7 margin. But the Tar
Heels outfouled their hosts, 40-36, in
one of the season's most physical
Despite the Greyhounds' advan
tage in shots-on-goal, UNC contin
ually repelled the hosts' attack.
Leading the way in the defensive
effort was the All-American Smyth.
See SOCCER page 6
agreed to work for free, he said.
McKinley said the money would
also go toward paying any fines levied
against group members, and any
money left over will be used to defend
committee members in future legal
actions, if needed.
" Keith Griffler, another committee
member, said he expected legal costs
to be high because the students might
have to pay to bring in an expert
The endowment money would be
drawn from the estimated $200
million to be raised during the
University's bicentennial fund raising,
The committee also proposed the
establishment of a task force to
determine the debt level of both
financial aid recipients and students
who do not receive aid, Christiansen
said, to see how well students under
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From staff reports
RICHMOND, Va. As
expected, North Carolina won the
Central Fidelity Holiday Classic
over the weekend. Surprisingly,
though, the third-ranked Tar
Heels struggled in both games
against unranked opponents.
UNC opened with an 82-77 win
on Friday over George Raveling's
Southern California Trojans, a
rag-tag bunch which finished last
in the Pacific-10 Conference a year
ago. The Tar Heels followed that
witness for the trial.
The six students were arrested Oct.
28 after they chained themselves
together and blocked the entrance to
a room in Hanes Hall where CIA
recruitment interviews were being
Arrested were five students
Entwistle, Griffler, McKinley, Joey
Templeton and Mary Lisa Pories
and former student Katherine Taafe.
stand and manage their finances.
Senior Erika Birg, task force co
chairwoman, said members of the
task force will conduct an anonymous
survey of students who receive
financial aid to find out how they
spend the money they receive,
whether it is an adequate amount and
why many students are choosing
loans over work-study.
Christiansen said UNC now has
about 200 unfilled work-study jobs.
scores career high
on Saturday with a physical 87
76 win over tournament host
The wins moved North Carol
ina's record to 3-0. UNC's next
game will be Thursday against
Stetson in the Smith Center.
Junior guard Jeff Lebo scored
43 points in the two nights of
action, including a career-high 28
point outburst in the final against
the Spiders. The 6-foot-3 Carlisle,
Pa., native went 7-of-10 from 3
point land on Saturday night after
Other groups involved in the
protest were Action Against Apar
theid, the Anti-Apartheid Support
Group and the Carolina Committee
on Central America.
Each protester was charged with
one count of disorderly conduct and
released on $250 bail.
The students' first court appear
ance was Oct. 19, but the trial was
continued until Jan. 14.
"We don't know why that is," he said,
"and we'd like to find out why."
Birg said students may turn down
work-study jobs because they can get
paid more for an off-campus job.
Also, she said many students may not
realize the difficulty of paying back
The faculty committee also has
approved a policy change to allow
See STUDENT AID page 2
DTH Janet Jarman
of an 87-76 win over Richmond
a 4-of-7 bonus range performance
Lebo led a group of five Tar
Heels in double figures on Satur
day. He was joined by J.R. Reid
with 15 points, Scott Williams
(11), Ranzino Smith (10) and
Kevin Madden with 10.
"Our defense was effective and,
of course, Lebo made some 3
point shots," UNC coach Dean
Smith said. "This is really a special
See BASKETBALL page 6
McKinley said the protesters had
to seek private attorneys because
Student Legal Services attorneys
cannot represent students in criminal
Group member Keith Griffler said
members picked out professors they
thought would be sympathetic
enough to donate money to the fund.
See PROTESTERS page 3