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ketball Coach Matt Doherty ' 84
($500,000 per year), women's soccer
Coach Anson Dorrance ' 74 ($150,000),
football Coach John Bunting ' 72
($150,000), women's basketball Coach
Sylvia Hatchell ($75,000), men's soccer
Coach Elmar Bolowich ($15,000), men's
and women's track Coach Dennis Crad-
dock ($15,000) and baseball Coach Mike
Fox ' 78 ($15,000). In Bunting's case, Nike
will pay only $75,000, but UNC will pay
the difference under an agreement made
when it hired Bunting.
Nike cannot advertise in Kenan Stadium or the Dean Smith Center, in
accordance with a University policy
against corporate advertising in those ven-
ues. That policy is under review; Moeser
said a committee in the athletics
department was studying advertising in Kenan.
Corporate ads already are permitted in
other campus venues, such as Boshamer
Stadium and Fetzer Field.
Nike agreed to terms set out in
Carolina's membership in two labor watch-
dog organizations, the Fair Labor Association and the Worker Rights Consortium.
Those include independent monitoring
oflabor conditions in plants around the
world where Nike manufactures mer-
chandise licensed for sale by the Univer-
sity. In one change from the previous
Nike contract on labor standards, manu-
facturers of Carolina game uniforms now
will be made under the same standards.
MOESER ASKS LEGISLATURE TO SEE
NEEDS OF RESEARCH UNIVERSITY
Getting the N.c. General Assembly £lilly on the University's side, rethinking UNC's approach to its
academic plan, and moving ahead with the
campus' physical growth were tops on
Chancellor James Moeser's mind in his
first State of the University speech Sept. 5.
Moeser had strong words for the Leg-
islature's threats to cut Carolina's budget,
quoting Frank Porter Graham '09 as having
said during the Depression: "Because a
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