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Volume 97, Issue 21
Tuesday, April 4, 1989
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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By JASON KELLY
At least one type or-unofficial
Springfest T-shirt is being sold on
campus, and while selling the shirts
is not illegal, it may be a violation
of the Code of Student Conduct.
Henderson Residence College
(HRQ, which sponsors Springfest,
does not have a copyright to the name
Springfest, so it has no legal way of
stopping sales of any unofficial shirts.
But the Code of Student Conduct
makes "the unauthorized use of the
name of the University or the names
of members or organizations in the
University community" a punishable
GoDleagyes call Martin's, term 'successful,1 effective'
By NANCY WYKLE
Student Body President Kevin
Martin will clean out his office in
Suite C today, ending a term that
colleagues and observers called
successful and effective.
"I can't do a good job at something
I don't enjoy," Martin said. "IVe
enjoyed the last year more than IVe
enjoyed any year in my life. I wouldn't
have traded it for anything.
"I got done most of what I said
I would do a year ago."
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Weapons sales under the
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Under the Code, making and
selling the fake shirts, which are white
with "UNC Springfest" written on
them, may be a violation.
The "UNC Springfest 9" logo is
in small maroon lettering on the
fronts of the shirts, and in maroon
and gray on the backs.
Virginia Mewborne, the under
graduate student attorney general,
said she had not heard of the shirts.
Kurt Seufert, chairman of the
' Springfest committee, said that much
of the money raised from the sale of
the T-shirts would go to cover the
costs of Springfest, but that the
committee also wants to donate
$ 1 ,000 of the T-shirt profits to Chapel
During his year in office, Martin's
accomplishments included forming
the student advisory council, setting
a new focus on academic issues,
working with foreign teaching assis
tants and establishing a 24-hour study
area and the office of vice president,
"I'm proud of a lot of accomplish
ments, but I wouldn't put any one
above the others."
Martin said he was most proud of
the strong working ties he established
with administrators. "I hope students
IFC faces challenges
from area businesses
Editor's note: This is the second
article in a three-part series on the
homeless problem in Chapel Hill.
By JESSICA LANNING
Assistant City Editor
The conflicting attitudes of Chapel
Hill businesses are hindering Inter
Faith Council (IFC) efforts to pro
vide adequate facilities for the area's
Peggy Pollitzer, chairwoman of the
IFC shelter program, said opposition
from businesses had-made fund
raising efforts difficult.
In the IFC's major fund-raising
campaign last year, individuals,
corporations and foundations
donated money, Pollitzer said.
"We have had wide community
participation," she said. However, she
added that the IFC had not received
all the money she felt it needed,
because it did not get as many
businesses to contribute as members
Many businesses felt since they
didn't want the shelter there, they
shouldn't contribute, she said.
"Maybe if it made downtown more
attractive, it would be more worth
Though this be
By BILL YARDLEY
Day-care advocates, including the
children of UNC students, staff and
faculty, will present, along with
flowers and balloons, a Student
Congress resolution supporting day
care to the administration in South
The presentation is meant to bring
attention to the University's day-care
needs, said Tyndall Harris, co
chairman of the board of directors
at Victory Village Day Care Center,
UNC's day-care center for the chil
By AMY WAJDA
Assistant University Editor
UNC needs to be more financially
self-sufficient to continue improving
its reputation of academic excellence,
Chancellor Paul Hardin said
"The state must provide much
greater differential support for its
research universities or at least free
us from inhibiting, excessive state
regulation," Hardin told the UNC
chapter of the American Association
of Professors in a statement he
described as his "vision for the future
of the University."
Hardin continued, "We must also
Hill Inter-Faith Council (IFC).
"All I know is hearsay I haven
actually seen the fake shirts," Seufert
said. "I find it very upsetting, but we
don't have a copyright to the Spring
fest name, so I don't see how we can
do anything about it.
"We can't make the donation if we
can't cover our own expenses, so the
makers of the fake T-shirts are
actually taking away from charities."
Springfest T-shirts have not sold
as well this year because of the
competition from the unofficial
shirts, but sales should pick up as
Springfest gets closer, Seufert said.
Student sources have said there are
other unofficial shirts being sold
coming in the future will follow that
Donald Boulton, vice chancellor
and dean of student affairs, said he
agreed that as president, Martin
worked well with the administration.
"He's done a great job as student body
president. WeVe met regularly to
identify issues. He focused on what
he wanted to accomplish."
Martin, who described his presi
dential style as "working with people,
not against them," said he tried to
be an active president who got things
Pollitzer said the IFC contacted
businesses in person and by letter
"We're disappointed they didnt
choose to contribute in a larger
fashion. They had the opportunity."
The IFC will pursue other financ
ing options such as federal and state
government money and foundation
grants, but has no plans for future
fund-raising campaigns, she said. A
figure for how much money needs to
be raised for renovations is indefinite
until contractors open bids April 18.
The IFC and area businesses
disagree over the homeless shelter's
downtown location in the old munic
ipal building and over the renovations
that will add the Community Kitchen
to the shelter site.
The Public-Private Partnership
a group of business leaders, residents
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madness, yet there is method in
dren of students, staff and faculty.
Mary Bridgers, director of Victory
Village and a board member, said the
presentation was the board's way to
remind the University that there were
children on campus and to make
students aware that Victory Village
was a student organization.
About 75 percent of the parents
of children enrolled in Victory Village
are students at the University,
The Victory Village board of
directors wants University officials to
have day care in mind as they look
manage our resources with aggressive
care and seek and win much greater
philanthropic and private sector
Attracting and keeping outstand
ing faculty is one area in which the
University needs either more money
or more fiscal freedom, he said. "The
University must provide salaries and
fringe benefits that are competitive
with those offered by its peer insti
tutions, the nation's best universities."
After the speech, Hardin said, "We
need to provide increased morale,
amenities and support to make people
feel good about themselves." The
University would be looking "very
besides the "UNC Springfest 9"
ones in white and maroon. : v
"Zach Schroeder? a : freshman
accounting major from Raleigh, said
while he was selling official T-shirts
in the Pit, a female student asked him
why the Springfest shirts she had seen
had the wrong date on them. But
neither the real T-shirt nor the fake
shirt obtained by The Daily Tar Heel
have a date on them, so at least two
unofficial shirts are apparently being
University police officials said they
had no knowledge of the fake shirts,
but they aid producers of the fake
shirts might be violating the law by
peddling without a permit.
done through cooperation.
In the past, there have been very
vocal student body presidents who
didn't work with the administration
but worked through protest, he said.
"In general, you need good working
relationships. Protests are not the
most effective use of time."
As student body president, Martin
said he learned to be an effective
liaison between students and admin
istrators. "You learn to deal with lots
of different kinds of people. There
are lots of different students with lots
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to the future and plan changes in the
physical layout and road system,
The Victory Village board hopes
the administration will consider
returning to its policy of paying the
center's rising maintenance costs,
which the center has paid for the last
15 years of its 36-year existence, she
A new site for the center should
also be considered because of South
Campus expansion, which includes a
growing medical complex, a pro
posed parking deck and a city plan
intensely and right away" at issues of
park-and-ride, day care and afforda
ble housing for faculty and staff, he
In response to a call for increased
faculty-student interaction outside
the classroom, Hardin again cited the
need for improved finances. The
budgetary restrictions of professors
make them want not to "break their
backs with a labor of love," he said.
"I want us to pay a lot of attention
to what we can do for ourselves.
Support from us to each other might
encourage us to do things on a
The quality of a UNC undergrad
The real and fake
of different opinions."
Ruffin Hall, a member of the
student government special interests
committee and the student educa
tional access committee, said he
enjoyed working for Martin.
"One component of Kevin's lead
ership style led to a smoothly run
office," he said. Martin is efficient and
people can talk easily with him, but
he is also easygoing, Hall said.
Martin said he had no regrets
about his term, but he said he wished
he had more time to continue work
to build a new road alleviating Smith
Center traffic problems, Bridgers
Harris, a doctoral candidate in
adult and higher education, said that
parents who work or go to school
needed a place where they could feel
comfortable leaving their children,
but that the cost of providing quality
day care was tremendous.
The primary action the University
could take would be to build a new
day-care center to accommodate at
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uate education, which one professor
said had been questioned by under
graduates and those students' par
ents, could also be improved with
more appropriations and financial
flexibility, Hardin said. He said the
undergraduate student-faculty coun
seling ratio and campus computers
and technology were some areas that
Increased campus resources are
also crucial for keeping up the
standard of faculty work, Hardin said
in his statement. "Library resources
must be strengthened, not weakened.
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on projects such as the student
advisory council and the office of vice
"I would have enjoyed working oh
and seeing the fruits of my labor."
Martin also said he wished he could
complete some unfinished projects,
such as the academic minor and
working with foreign teaching assist
ants. "I wish I was there to make sure
Martin said he wouldn't have done
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night in the shelter's lounge