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The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, September 27, 19893
Contest stresses academics, campus involvement
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By STACEY KAPLAN
What would Homecoming be with
out a Homecoming Queen coronation
at halftime of the big football game?
- Mary Beth Montgomery
This year's selection process is
underway, and the field has been nar
rowed to eight candidates from the
senior class. Students can vote on
Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the
Pit, outside the Campus Y building and
at Lenoir and Chase Halls.
In order to cast a vote, students must
present their identification card and
semester registration card. The IDs will
be marked to avoid repeat voters.
Bronwen Griffith, vice president of
the Carolina Athletic Association
(CAA), is the chairwoman for the
Homecoming Queen selection proc
ess. She said that 23 applications were
received, and the CAA narrowed the
field to 16. A committee of four judges
interviewed the 16 candidates and se
lected the eight finalists.
'The decisions were based on schol
arship, service to the University, char
acter and the essay on the application
about change in the University," Grif
Posters for the candidates will be
displayed around campus will not in
clude pictures, following a practice
started last year. The posters will in-
elude each woman's name and spon
"It should be an honor for a woman
who has acheived academically, and it
should not be based on her looks,"
The eight finalists are all very in
volved individuals, Griffith said. The
one crowned queen will represent the
University and crown next year's queen.
Sponsored by the Black Student
Movement (BSM) and Alpha Kappa
Alpha (AKA) sorority, Tonya Blanks
is a recipient of the Martin Luther King
Scholarship. An English education
major from Clarkton, she is president
of AKA and vice president of BSM.
"The homecoming queen should
generally care about and be interested
in UNC," she said.
Diane Bradford, an English major
from Wilmington, is sponsored by Delta
Zeta (DZ) sorority. A transfer student
from Appalachian State University, she
is president of DZ, and she has been
involved with Project Literacy.
Jane Cox, sponsored by the Caro
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Nixon said. "We really did like Dr.
Monteith. We're glad we had a voice."
- Monteith was out of town and could
not be reached for comment.
Monteith will take over Poulton's
position Sunday and assume his duties
next week, Reid said. Monteith has
already resigned as dean of engineer
ing. Poulton will then begin a six-month
leave of absence, in which he will re
tain his faculty title in addition to the
title of chancellor emeritus, Reid said.
She was not aware of Poulton's plans
after his leave is effective.
Poulton could not be reached for
Monteith's appointment came just
as the search for a permanent successor
to Poulton formally began.
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Una Union Activities Board, is a speech
communications major from Tho
masville. Besides serving on the Honor
Court, she is the chairwoman of the
Performing Arts Committee, and she
co-directed Freshman Camp.
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity is
sponsoring Robin Craig, an account
ing major from Coral Springs, Fla. A
member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma
sorority, Craig is president of the Soci
ety of Hellenas, a Greek honor society,
and she is in charge of the Peer Advis
ing Program. She has also received the
Phi Beta Kappa and Beta Gamma Sigma
"I'm flattered and honored to repre
sent the school," she said.
Jeannie Gontram, Senior Class sec
retary, is sponsored by the marshals
and officers of the senior class. A busi
ness administration major from Raleigh,
she is a member of Kappa Delta soror
ity, and she has received scholarships
from IBM and NCNB. A member of
the Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society,
Gontram said she is very excited to be
nominated for the court.
A business major from Dunn, Janet sioner. She is also a member of The
Jernigan is sponsored by Parker Resi- Society of Hellenas.
dence Hall. She has been the president
of Parker for the last two years. She is
also the Faculty Fellows coordinator
and a participant in three intramural
"It would be an honor to be a good
will ambassador for the University,"
The Loreleis have sponsored the
group's musical director, Mary Beth
Montgomery, a psychology and speech
communication major from Belief onte,
Pa. She also has participated in a vari
ety of plays in the speech department,
as well as in musical theater produc
tions. "I'm pleased that it is no longer the
traditional beauty contest. The women
are involved rather than it being just a
popularity contest," she said.
Erica Ortlam, a sociology and po
litical science major from Rocky Mount,
is sponsored by Zeta Tau Alpha soror
ity. In addition to her sorority member
ship, Erica was Greek Week chair
woman and an Orientation Commis-
T'm glad to see the increased move
ment toward stressing academics," she
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