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Copyright 1988 The Daily Tar Heel
Volume 96, Issue 4
By CHRIS SPENCER
Assistant Sports Edrtor
ATLANTA Like General Sher
man's 1865 march, the sixth-ranked
North Carolina Tar Heels swept into
town Wednesday night and burned
down No. 13 Georgia Tech, 97-80, to
clinch the Atlantic Coast Conference
The win, perhaps UNC's strongest
in a topsy-turvy season, thrust the Tar
Heels,' record to 22-4 overall, 1 1-2 in
the ACC. Tech fell to 21-7, 8-5.
"I was afraid the bubble was going
to burst, and it certainly did," said
Tech coach Bobby Cremins. "North
Carolina's a great team. J.R. (Reid)
was something. They're tough, and
they had to be."
Reid finished with 24 points and
six rebounds. Sixteen of his points
came after the intermission. For the
Jackets, senior forward Duane Fer
rell tipped, slammed and shot his way
of the Student Congress
By JENNY CLONINGER
Representative Neil Riemann
(Dist. 12) was elected speaker of the
70th Student Congress Wednesday
Riemann outlined several goals he
has set for his term as speaker.
"I want to emphasize profession
alism in the congress," he said. "If
we are more professional, our deci
sions will be respected more by
faculty and administrators, who are
the people we especially want to
respect our decisions."
Unifying the congress and reducing
factionalism are other points Rie
mann said he wants to work on this
New student body president outtBines goals for term
By BRENDA CAMPBELL
Newly elected Student Body Pres
ident Kevin Martin spent his first
official day in office talking with
students and laying the groundwork
for his term.
"Today (Wednesday) has been very
hectic, but very exciting," said
Martin, who was sworn in as student
body president on Tuesday.
Martin said one of his priorities is
too rigid, speakers say
By AMY WINSLOW
The fundamentalist movement,
fueled by the Rev. Pat Robertson and
televangelist Jerry Falwell, is a
dangerous mindset that will pervade
American society unless stopped, said
the co-founders of Fundamentalists
Anonymous Wednesday night in a
speech in Hamilton Hall.
"As we move toward the 21st
century, American society is in real
danger of becoming more and more
fundamentalist," said Richard Yao,
who gave up a career as a Wall Street
lawyer to form the organization.
Yao's speech was called "When
Religion Becomes a Prison."
An educational and support group
for people who have become too
wrapped up in the rigid fundamen
talist belief in taking the Bible
literally, Fundamentalists Anony
mous was founded in 1985 and is now
a national organization of about
50,000 former fundamentalists and
Pentecostals, he said.
A second purpose of the group is
to inform Americans of the growing
constructionist movement, said co
founder James Luce. Robertson and
Falwell are closely associated with the
movement, also known as the Chris
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to 17 points in the opening half,
before finishing with 23.
The Yellow Jackets came into the
matchup on a sharp buzz, having won
seven straight since a 78-65 thrashing
at Duke on Feb. 3. Tech's success in
that stretch was reliant upon its
pushing the ball upcourt with its
strong starting five. But with UNC
countering that by getting back on
defense and using a little transition
game of its own, Tech big men Ferrell
and Tom Hammonds got into foul
Thanks in part to that fact, UNC
stretched a 67-61 lead with 10:02 left
to an 80-63 bulge at the 6:46 mark.
Repeated bricks by Dennis Scott,
Ferrell and Craig Neal, who finished
with 12 assists, helped facilitate North
Carolina's 13-2 run.
Jeff Lebo started the Tar Heel run
with a lay-up. Reid then drove down
the lane for a slam over a foul-
"I want the congress to continue
to stand up for tolerance and open
mindedness, to be fair and to listen
to everybody," he said.
Riemann served as Student Con
gress Finance Committee chairman
of the 69th congress.
Jurgen Buchenau (Dist. 4) was
elected speaker pro tempore.
Buchenau said his experiences as
a graduate student living in Car
michael Residence Hall will make
him aware of undergraduate concerns
as well as graduate issues.
"I want to lend my ear to different
concerns and work on breaking down
factional barriers," he said.
As a student in West Germany,
Buchenau said he gained experience
to make applications available to fill
positions on the Chancellor's Com
mittees, which are made up of faculty
members, administrators and stu
dents who address campus issues.
"In past years, the committees
haven't been decided until the middle
of the summer," Martin said. "We are
putting a big emphasis on making the
decisions before the students go home
for summer break.
"If the students know before break,
tian Theocracy movement, Luce said.
"Their basic goal is to reconstruct
American society along the lines of
the Old Testament, along the lines
of the New Testament," Yao said.
"Their basic premise is that we have
a secular humanist government that
has untied God and therefore should
be done away with."
Robertson, who "probably has the
most extensive ties to the
constructionist movement," Yao
said, has hosted reconstructionists on
his "700 Club" television show and
has written radical articles for the
"Writing for this publication is
about as reputable as writing for the
Klan," Yao said.
Robertson also maintains many
avowed reconstructionist professors
at his Christian Broadcast Network
college, including the dean of the law
school, Yao said, and Robertson has
asked major leaders of the movement
for advice on how to use his network
to further his political career.
Robertson has made no efforts to
distance himself from the movement,
According to a recent Gallup Poll,
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conscious Ferrell, and, with Steve
Bucknall leading the break, Rick Fox
drove one home over Hammonds to
make it 73-61.
Cremins called timeout at the 8:46
mark, but it didn't matter, as Buck
nall and Kevin Madden sandwiched
bank shots around a pair of missed
Neal three-pointers. The onslaught
ended with Reid crashing over Ham
monds en route to a three-point play,
and the Tar Heels were ready to head
UNC went on to lead by as many
as 22 points, at 92-70, in cruising to
Early on UNC struggled some
what, going without a field goal until
Reid's drop-step lay-up at 17:13 of
the first half. Williams kept the Tar
Heels ahead with secondary-break
jump shots left open due to Tech's
See TECH page 8
on a different kind of student legis
lature that will give him a broader
view of student government.
Buchenau is co-president of the
Association of International Stu
dents, and is beginning his second
term as a representative.
Bobby Ferris (Dist. 14) was elected
Finance Committee chairman. As a
returning representative, he stressed
his past experience with the budget
process as a Finance Committee
"I know I can do a good job, and
I want the opportunity to do so," he
The new Rules and Judiciary
See RIEMANN page 5
we can have a meeting to get familiar
with what they will be doing. That
way at the beginning of next year we
can start right off."
Another priority is building a staff
of executive assistants to help him
take on projects.
"We need to get things in the office
organized," Martin said. "This will
take a little while because it is so
important. The people chosen will fill
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these positions all next year."
Applications are also being distrib
uted for executive assistant positions,
"We hope to get people working
on the committee that they are
interested in," Martin said. "I also
plan to set up weekly meetings with
those on the cabinet to see how things
"This goes back to part of my
campaign theme, active without being
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reactive. The students can be active
if they are informed. We are trying
to coordinate efforts to get the
students of the committees to report
back. That is the only way to get real
student input," Martin said.
Martin said he would be talking
to current committee members within
the next few weeks.
"Continuity is a major concern,"
he said. "I plan to interview the people
in charge of the committees now and
Hymao new chairman
of '88 Honor Court
By LAURA PEAY
Wilton Hyman, a junior from
Laurinburg, has been elected Honor
Court chairman for the 1988-89
school year by the present Honor
Hyman served as an alternate
member of the Honor Court in the
fall 1986 and has been a full-time
court member since spring 1987.
Hyman is vice president of the Black
Student Movement (BSM) and a
member of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity.
Scott Boatwright, a junior from
Waynesville; Donna Epps, a sopho
more from Charlotte; and John
Gilbert, a junior from Statesville,
were elected vice chairs.
Hyman said he has four main goals
for the upcoming year. First, he said
he wants to increase representation
of all minorities on the court staff,
"The more diverse the background,
the better the court we will have,"
Second, Hyman said he wants to
increase campus publicity about the
"I want students to understand that
the purpose of the Honor Court is
to protect their rights," Hyman said.
Enjoy your Spring Break
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during the Heels' lacrosse match against the
Maroons. UNC won, 24-2. See story, Page 8.
see which projects were successful and
"If a project didn't work out, we
should see whether it should go on
and if it is still of high priority. We
should ask what other avenues we can
take to go about and reach the same
Students will also be able to pick
up applications for committee posi
tions after spring break, Martin said.
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Presentations for freshmen and
junior transfers, informational meet
ings for students interested in ap
plying for positions and a strong
publicity committee will help raise
awareness, he said.
Third, Hyman said that he plans
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