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Volume 96, Issue 90
Dy WILLIAM TAGGART
Assistant State and National Editor
.Tornadoes whipped through
northwest Raleigh early Monday
morning and continued into eight
rural counties, causing extensive
damage and killing four.
Two children in Wake County and
a couple in Nash County were killed
during the tornado episode. At least
150 people were reported injured.
1 Northwest Raleigh was hardest hit.
Tornadoes touched down shortly
after 1 a.m. Monday near Town
Ridge Shopping Center on U.S. 70.
It continued on a path 10 miles long
and one-quarter mile wide to just
south of Durant Road.
.';."The mayor has declared the area
affected by the tornadoes in a state
of emergency," said Betty Hargrove
at the Office of Public Affairs.
'.' 'Tornadoes later touched down in
Nash, Franklin, Northampton,
Halifax, Dare Hyde, Pamlico and
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By HELEN JONES
. University officials are awaiting the "
final outcome of campus activist Dale
McKinley's Graduate Student Court
hearing before trying to determine the
implications for the student judicial
system of the prosecutor's
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Robert Slade, assistant manager of
Wake County, said in a telephone
interview Monday that he had a very
preliminary estimate Monday morn
ing of $15 million to $20 million in
damage to Wake County.
Using this estimate, Raleigh Mayor
Avery Upchurch and the Wake
County Board of Commissioners
requested state assistance Monday
morning, Slade said. State teams
went throughout the affected areas
Monday afternoon to get a better
assessment of the damage, he said. .
The federal government may pro
vide disaster relief as well, he said.
"A team from the Federal Emergency
Management Agency will be here at
eight (Tuesday morning) to accom
pany our field people to determine
any assistance that may be available
from the federal government."
About 500 people are homeless,
said Tom Hegele of the State Emer-
See TORNADOES page 4
Lightning Brown, who has written a
paper using the McKihley case to
study the due process of law under
the First, Fifth and 14th amendments
to the Constitution and how it applies
to the student court, has already
formed an opinion.
UNC graduate student William
Price, the prosecutor in McKinley's
student court hearing, was disqual-
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The K-mart near 1-70 in Raleigh lay in ruins after tornadoes
ified on Nov. ,22 because the court
ruled' that his legal expertise inter
fered with McKinley's right to a fair
McKinley faces four charges in
connection with two CIA protests last
Brown said Monday that Price's
"rhetorical, emotional style of prose
cution" and use of -confusing legal
By MIKE BERARD1NO
Jeff Lebo, the one-time Carlisle
(Pa.) Cannon, outgunned one of the
West's best, Todd Lichti, to lead 10th
ranked North Carolina to an 87-76
victory over spunky Stanford Mon
day night in the Smith Center.
Lebo, fresh off a career-high 29
point effort Friday against Indiana,
ripped the Cardinal for a game-high
24 points. Lichti, a 6-foot-4 senior
touted as a preseason All-America
candidate, went 7-for-14 from the
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By WILL LINGO
The debate over the location of the
Inter-Faith Council's (IFC) homeless
shelter may continue, but Monday
night the Chapel Hill Town Council
sent a strong message of support for
keeping the shelter in its present
Most council members said they
thought the town had made a com
mitment to the shelter when it
extended a lease to the IFC to put
the shelter in the old Municipal
Building at the corner of Rosemary
and Columbia streets.
"The question is not open in any
legal way," Mayor Jonathan Howes
said. "AH but two members (of the
council) have said we're committed
(to the shelter), never mind the site."
The shelter location recently
became the subject of debate when
the Public-Private Partnership
formed a committee to study possible
alternate shelter locations.
Council members Julie Andresen
and Nancy Preston, who want to look
at other shelter locations, are
members of the task force, and
chairwoman Sally Jessee also
attended the council meeting
Andresen, Preston and Jessee
sought feedback from the council on
possibly moving the shelter to a town-
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terms were outside the non
adversarial realm of the student
"Nobody can think it's fair to have
a lawyer going after someone who is
not allowed to have an equal
defense," Brown said.
Price, a graduate student in
RTVMP, attended law school and is
a member of the N.C. State Bar but
field and racked up 20 points before
fouling out in the final minute of play.
"This is my last year; I want to
enjoy it," said Lebo, who's obviously
having a great time now that he's
shrugged off an early shooting slump.
"I was pressing some before, trying
too hard. I'm more relaxed now. It's
over after this, so I just want to do
what it takes to win."
North Carolina, 4-1, trailed by
three points at halftime and by five
early in the second period before
rallying to take control. Stanford, 1-
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owned site on the 800 block of
Airport Road. They said concerns
have been raised that the present
shelter location is not the best
available, and their committee has
considered several alternate
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By AMY WAJDA
Staff Writer -
Trademark royalty funds intended
for student scholarships took their
first step toward an institutional trust
fund for the Student Aid Office on
Nov. 22, after being accidentally
misrouted to an endowment fund.
The University Investment Office
transferred the funds last Tuesday
from the UNC endowment fund
account at First Wachovia Bank and
Trust Co. to the University account
at North Carolina National Bank,
UNC investment officer Wayne
Morgan said Monday.
Although he did not know the
money's final destination, Morgan
said all trust fund money must be
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touched down in several N.C. counties early Monday morning
is not a practicing lawyer.
" McKinley faces charges of
obstructing the normal operations of
the University as a result of a Feb.
23 incident at the University Motor
Inn and charges of obstruction,
trespassing and disorderly conduct as
a result of an April 15 demonstration
at Hanes Hall.
Scott Dratch, graduate student
2, had not played in eight days since
losing to the Hoosiers in the second
round of the Big Apple NIT.
"I thought that was the most
consistent 40 minutes we've played all
year," UNC coach Dean Smith said.
"I was very happy with the win. This
was a game we could have very easily
lost coming out of New York. Stan
ford had a week to prepare and they
were well prepared. But we didn't die
Both teams were playing without
key big men. UNC, of course, was
The most publicized possibility has
been the- Airport Road location near
the police station. Task force
members see this as a prime location,
Jessee said, because the site could be
permanent and the shelter could be
housed in a new building.
handled by the state treasurer's office,
according to legislative statute.
The transfer, approved by the UNC
Board of Trustees (BOT) on Oct. 28,
called for the funds, estimated by
student government at $321,000 plus
interest, to be placed in an institu
tional trust fund for the Student Aid
The transfer had been delayed until
last week by the UNC investment
office policy to make such transfers
during the third week of the month,
The trademark royalties program,
created by the BOT in 1982, was
designed to allocate half the revenues
from products that use the UNC logo
for the athletic department and the
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attorney general, said the Instrument
of Student Judicial Governance,
which outlines the rules that govern
the judicial branch, does not
expressly state whether the five
member jury has the right to remove
The prosecutor is appointed by the
See McKINLEY page 3
without J.R. Reid, who won't return
until late December after a foot stress
fracture. Stanford lost 6-8 senior Eric
Reveno when he suffered a sprained
ankle during a weekend practice.
Surprisingly UNC, which had been
outrebounded in its last two games,
scored a lopsided victory Monday
night in the battle of the boards, 38
18. Junior center Scott Williams led
the charge with 13 rebounds, includ
ing six on the offensive end.
See BASKETBALL page 6
But IFC President Richard Edens
has repeatedly said the Airport Road
location would not be as suitable for
the shelter's programs as its present
downtown location. ;
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other half to the Student Aid Office.
But a bureaucratic oversight sent the
Student Aid Office's portion to an
unrestricted endowment fund.
An investigation by the student
government committee Students for
Educational Access (SEA) brought
the oversight to light and prompted
the board's action in October.
Although Eleanor Morris, director
of the Student Aid Office, said she
had not yet received notification of
the transfer, she said the lack of
notification was probably due to
"I dont have a letter yet, but
sometimes it takes five or six days
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