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Volume 97, Issue 94
By AMY WAJDA
Assistant University Editor
and WARREN HYNES
Students started gathering outside
the Smith Center Saturday afternoon
for ticket numbers for the Duke and
Virginia games, and the line was peace
ful and communal like an enjoyable
Saturday evening tailgate party for
But shortly after midnight, it turned
About 12:25 a.m. Sunday, a wave of
bodies rushed toward the front of the
line after three men began number dis
tribution near the ticket windows.
No injuries were reported, but food,
blankets and other items were damaged
Brad Jackson, a freshman from Cary,
lost a camera in the confusion. "I turned
around to look back and there was a
whole crowd over our stuff, and I knew
it was all trampled."
Laura Harris, a sophomore from
Greenville, added: "People left stuff in
line. There were TVs everywhere. A
friend of mine said there was a TV in
front he almost stepped on, and I'm
Committee aenimow once:
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By JENNIFER PILLA
Funding for the William R. Davie
and Chancellor's Scholarships will be
cut in half, the Committee on Scholar
ships, Awards and Student Aid an
nounced Friday in its annual report to
the Faculty Council.
Committee chairman H. Craig Mel
chert said with the loss of revenue due
to renovations and funding decisions at
the Student Stores, the University would
offer less than half the number of Davie
and Chancellor's Scholarships and
would make a modest 3 percent in
crease in funding for need-based schol
arships. "It is unlikely that there will be suf
ficient support for need-based scholar
ships or for the creation of new merit
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sure it did get stepped on eventually."
And some students, while not in
jured, were endangered. "There was a
possibility that someone very easily
could have (been hurt)," said Nancie
Yates, a freshman from Raleigh. "(The
crowd)' was packed to the point you
couldn't move in the middle of it."
Harris said: 'There were people
screaming. I saw a girl fall down, and
she couldn't get up."
Some students ran up to get a better
number, while others simply ran for
ward in a state of confusion and panic.
Those who were trying to get ahead
pushed and shoved, and some even
climbed the slope alongside the Smith
Center. But many were just lying on
their blankets, and the sudden rush
"It looked to me like somebody
shouted 'fire' and everyone ran," said
Jim Moakley, a freshman from Staten
Island, N.Y. "Everyone thought they
were getting cheated, so they all ran
Police arrived about 15 minutes af
ter distribution began and had reformed
See TICKETS, page 2
scholarship programs," Melchert said.
The number of Davie Scholarships,
which are traditionally awarded to 25
academically gifted freshmen each year,
will be reduced to 12. The number of
participants in the Chancellor's Schol
arship program, which was begun by
former Chancellor Christopher
Fordham to reward 25 minority stu
dents of high academic achievement,
will also be reduced to 12.
Council members discussed receiv
ing more scholarship funds from reve
nues from the Carolina Inn, the Bicen
tennial fund-raising campaign and
trademark royalties from the licensing
of the use of the UNC logo.
Half of UNC's trademark royalty
income is distributed annually to the
scholarship fund. Some universities,
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We're No. 1! Again!
The Lady Tar Heel soccer team celebrates its seventh consecutive
national title in Raleigh after defeating No. 2-ranked Colorado Col-
such as Stanford, give 100 percent of
their trademark royalties to student aid
programs while others, such as N.C.
State, reserve all trademark royalties
for the athletic department.
Although the Faculty Council can
make suggestions, it does not have a
final say in how University monies are
allocated, chairman Harry Gooder said.
"I don't think it's a question of the
council deciding where money should
go. However, alternative sources of
funding are going to have to be found."
In other business, Chancellor Paul
Hardin reaffirmed his support for the
reappointment of Gillian Cell as Dean
of the School of Arts and Sciences.
Hardin said he believed Cell was a
See FUNDS, page 7
Street Friday afternoon during the Pi Kappa
Alpha 'Beat Dook' parade.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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Hardin to receive financial aid suggestions
By CHRIS HELMS
The Financial Aid Task Force
(FATF) will submit its recommenda
tions for improving student aid at
UNC to Chancellor Paul Hardin
Wednesday, according to Student
Body President Brjen Lewis, creator
of the task force.
The report advocates increasing
the staff of the Office of Scholarships
and Financial Aid, improving the
work-study program and setting up a
new student assistance fund, among
other proposals, Lewis said.
Lewis will fully explain the report
today at noon in a Pit forum. "It's
another venue for letting people know
what we're doing."
The FATF, made up of students,
administrators and financial aid offi
cials, recommends adding three staff
U NC energy u se u oder scry tiny
By JASON KELLY
A joint student-housing department
committee is still exploring ways to
conserve energy and bring down rising
utility costs at UNC, according to Larry
Hicks, committee chairman and asso
ciate director of housing for business
The committee is now comparing
how energy is used here at UNC and at
other universities across the country to
find the best ways to conserve energy,
Hicks said. "We're reviewing what
other universities are doing in energy
conservation and trying to see if we can
implement some of their programs.
Also, we've called Duke Power to get
ideas and pamphlets on energy conser
vation from them."
The energy conservation committee
Alcohol warning labels
By KYLE YORK SPENCER
Consumers say warning labels that
will soon appear on all bottles and cans
of beer and wine coolers will not change
their behavior concerning alcoholic
The law requiring the labels is in
tended to promote awareness of the
dangers of alcohol consumption.
The U.S. Senate bill containing the
legislation was introduced in August
1988 by Sen. Strom Thurmond (R
S.C.) and was revised five times before
it passed early this year. The law affects
purchasers and distributors of beer and
The label reads: "According to the
surgeon general, women should not
drink alcoholic beverages because of
the risk of birth defects. Consumption
of alcoholic beverages impairs your
ability to drive a car or operate machin
ery and may cause health problems."
lege Sunday afternoon. For complete coverage on this and other
weekend sports events, see page 10.
members to the Office of Scholarships
and Financial Aid, Lewis said. The
report advocates adding one clerical
assistant for the Guaranteed Student
Loan Program, one application proces
sor and one staff counselor, he said.
Eleanor Morris, director of the of
fice and a member of the FATF, said
she supported that recommendation. 'T
don't want to be greedy, but we need a
clerical assistant. Over the next year,
we'd like a couple more."
Handling the Guaranteed Student
Loan Program is too much work for the
one staff member now responsible for
interviewing and certification required
by federal regulations, Morris said. "If
we don't have a clerical assistant, we
can't fulfill our obligations to students
and the federal government."
The report also recommends re
examining the work-study program
is concentrating on lowering student
use of electricity and water, Hicks said.
The utility costs can be reduced by
student consciousness of how to con
serve. "Little things like turning off the
water when you're brushing your teeth
and making sure to turn off the lights
when you leave the room make a big
Other methods of fighting increas
ing utility costs include using chilled
water pipes instead of air conditioners
to cool off rooms and using double
paned glass to better insulate residence
halls, Hicks said.
Housing director Wayne Kuncl said
the committee was created to find new
ways of conserving energy. "So far the
committee has met twice. The commit
tee has been coming up with ways to
get the students involved in conserva
Representatives from alcohol and
drug abuse centers are pleased with the
It demonstrates that the government
sees the alcohol abuse problem in the
United States as a serious one, said
Randal Perddy, acounselor at Oakleigh,
a local alcohol and drug treatment
"Here we teach that alcohol is a
drug, and this will give people the
message that alcohol is just as addictive
"It just takes longer for the alcohol
addiction to go into effect."
Managers of liquor and grocery stores
that sell alcoholic beverages said they .
were not convinced of the effective
ness of the labels.
"People will more or less ignore (the
warnings) just like they ignored the
cigarette labels," said Ted Suits, co
manager of Harris Teeter in Chapel
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because many work-study positions
are not filled and because the jobs are
sometimes not as challenging as they
should be, Lewis said. "If you're going
to have a work-study program, you
might as well have a good one so
students won't look off campus for
The report also proposes creating a
student assistance fund drawn from a
50-cent increase in student fees, Lewis
said. The fund would support a need
based scholarship of about $10,000 a
semester, he said. Lewis said the
measure would probably appear on a
student referendum in the spring.
"Would you give a can of Coke to
help your roommate through school?"
Other proposals in the report in
clude putting all required textbooks
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tion. I will send out a letter to all of the
students and residents soon to tell them
about the (energy conservation) com
mittee and our goals."
The committee plans to have one
more meeting before the semester ends
to get the active steps of the conserva
tion program going, Hicks said. The
committee is now trying to lay the
foundation for coordinated student and
"Right now we're getting the (Uni
versity) staff and the students involved,"
Hicks said. "We will work closely with
the RHA (Residence Hall Association)
and the housing support staff to see
what we can accomplish."
Hicks stressed the necessity of stu
dent involvement in the campaign
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may do little
Suits said he thought that most people
would not read the labels and that prof
its would not be affected.
Nancy Filston, president of the
See LABELS, page 3
The sweetest sounds
Clef Hangers strike a senti
mental note in concert 4
Way to go women!
Socce r and field hockey teams
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City and campus 3.
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