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we did not receive it or that we received it too late for printing deadlines. Notices can be
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Box 3354, Hospital If last minute scheduling makes it impossible to send a written notice in
time, please call 6S4-4148.
Friday, April 8
Monday, April 11
Biochemistry Seminar. Dr. Raymond Gesteland, Cold Spring
Harbor Laboratory, will speak on "Biochemical Mapping of
Adenovirus," Rm 147, Nanaline H. Duke Bldg. Coffee at 12:15
p.m. in the lobby.
Netwoik for Continuing Medical Education ^CME). Programs
on "The Bronchial Asthma: New Concepts in Mechanism and
Management/' "Medico-Legal Aspects of CPR" and "The
Rational Use of Antibiotics in Surgical Patients." View in Rms
M-405, M-410, 2031 and Medical Student Lounge (Channel 7 or
9) at Duke and Rms A3002 (by appointment only), C9013, D3008,
CCU and classrooms and media learning lab of Allied Health
Bldg. at VA Hospital.
Physiology and Pharmacology Seminar. Dr. Monte Westerfield,
Duke, will speak on "Some Cellular Asipects of Action Potential
Initiation and Propagation," Rm 385, Naiudine H. Duke Bldg.
Coffee at 12:15 p.m.
Pathology Research Conference. Saroja Bharati, associate
director. Cogenital Heart Disease Research Center, Chicago, 111.,
will sfieak on "Corrected Transpositions," Rm M-204.
American Association of University ProfesMrs (AAUP) Meeting.
David M. Rabban, associate secretary and associate counsel,
AAUP, Washington, D.C., will speak on "The AAUP, the Law
and Public Policy," Jones Bldg. Auditorium.
12 noon Pathology Research Conference. Dr. Maurice Lev, director.
Congenital Heart Disease Research Center, Chicago, HI., will
speak on "Common Ventricles," Rm M-204.
3:30 p.m. Colloquium on Health Policy. Dr. Joseph Lipscomb, assistant
professor of policy sciences and economics, will speak on
"Regulation and the Market for Dentistry," Rm 224, Social
Wednesday, April 13
12:30 p.m. Anatomy and Physiology Seminar. Dr. Ursula W. Goodenough,
Biological Laboratories, Harvard University, will speak on "Cell
and Membrane Differentiation in Chlamydomonas," Rm 143,
Jor>es Hdg. Coffee and cookies at 12:15 p.m.
1 p.m. NCME. See Fri., April 8 for programs and viewing areas.
Thursday, April 14
12:15 p.m. Physiology and Pharmacology Seminar co-sponsored by
Division of Cardiology. Dr. Edmund H. Sonnenblick, Dept, of
Medicine, Albert Einstein University, will speak on "Anatomy of
Myocardial Ischemia," Rm 147, Nan^ne H. Duke Bldg. Coffee at
Camps To Offer
Sports and Fun
Girls and boys ages 6-18 can have
fun while improving their sports
abilities in two camps on the Duke
campus this summer.
The 10th annual Duke Sports
Camp will offer a half-day program
in tennis, swimming and gymnastics
for children ages 6-12. The program
is planned to promote health and
physical fitness, to develop
individual sports skill, to encourage
social development through group
activities and to be fun, according to
camp director Dr. John LeBar,
assistant professor of physical
The three-week sessions will
begin June 20 and July 11. The cost is
$60 per camper.
The third annual Tennis Cmip will
offer programs for beginners,
intermediate and advanced level
players ages 9-18. It will include
personal and group instruction,
strategy discussion, conditioning,
drills, and audio-visual aids, LeBar
The one-week sessions begin June
19 and July 24. The cost is $165 per
week for resident campers and $110
per week for day students.
For more information call 684-3156
Survey Brings Midnight Snack
and job satisfaction of our 'night
people,"' he said.
Rohla has worked with Dietary
Services on previous projects such as
the Night Owl Coffee, vending area
dollar changers and the availability
of the Courtyard Dining Room for
special night shift social breaks.
The additional vending services
will be available through the
cooperation of Dietary Services,
Nursing Services and the
university's Vending Division.
If you work on the 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.
shift at the hospital, a "midnight
snack" might be equivalent of a
day-shift person's lunch. By June 1,
you'll have more variety of foods to
A new refrigerated vending
machine and microwave oven has
been ordered and will be installed in
the Courtycird Cafeteria. It will make
available hot sandwiches, soups,
cold sandwiches, cold plates, milk
and yogurt in addition to the current
vending machine items.
The changes are designed to meet
the need for hot and cold foods
throughout the night as indicated on
a survey conducted by the
Department of Dietary Services, said
Robert O'Connell, department
About 150 replies to the survey
were returned, which indicated that
expanded Courtyard Cafeteria
vending was feasible, but that there
was not enough projected financial
support to operate the large cafeteria
all night, he said.
"The survey itself was the direct
outgrowth of the interest that
nursing supervisors Velma Rohla,
RN, and Sharon Eaton, RN, have
maintained for the personal welfare
"Yes, I've heard the old say
ing that you can’t get blood
out of a turnip. However, the
IRS disagrees with that.”
AAUPTo Discuss Public Policy
The role of the American
Association of University Professors
(AAUP) in influencing public policy
toward the academic community will
be discussed at a meeting of the
Ehike chapter of AAUP Monday at 8
p.m. in the Jones Building
David M. Rabban, associate
secretary and associate counsel at the
AAUP national office in
Classic To Feature
'Newk/ Other Pros
Tennis professionals Bill Scanlon
and Adriano Panatta will face each
other in Cameron Indoor Stadium at
the Durham Junior League's Tennis
Classic, Monday, April 18 at 8 p.m.
The winner of the best two out of
three will take home a $10,000 purse.
The match v^rill be preceded by a
pro set of mixed doubles between
the top players from the University
of North Carolina, Susie Black and
Cliff Skakle, and those from Duke,
Cindy Johnston and Ted Daniel.
Scanlon and pro John Newcombe
will conduct a ^e clinic from 4-5:30
p.m. in the stadium and will host the
Patron Lounge in the Varsity D
Room from 7:30-8 p.m. A recent
injury prevents Newcombe from
taldng pau^ in the tennis match.
Tickets for general admission are
$4 in advance, $4.50 at the door.
Patron tickets for $10 grant preferred
parking and seating and use of the
Patron Lounge. Tickets are available
at Page Box Office, or by writing The
Junior League of Durham, P.O. Box
8581-TC, Durham 27707.
Washington, D.C., will speak on
"The AAUP, the Law and Public
"AAUP consistently keeps the
academic community informed of
legislation pertaining to academic
life and serves as a resource for
Senators and Congressmen
interested in higher education," said
Dr. Sheila Counce, associate
professor of anatomy and Ehake's
She said the national organization
was instrumental last fall in calling
attention to and defeating the
Internal Revenue Service's proposal
to tax tuition benefits of faculty
The meeting is open to the public.
Tune in DUMC
Channel ll's Peggy Mann features
three medical center people on her
shows next week.
Margaret Cannada of Prosthetics
and Orthotics demonstrates how to
fit a breast prosthesis after cancer
surgery on Thursday, April 14, at 1
p.m. On the same show. Dr. Nicholas
Georgiade, professor and chief of the
Division of Plastic and Maxillofacial
Surgery, explains his procedure for
implanting an artiHcial breast
beneath the skin of mastectomy
The Rev. Wes Aitken, director of
the Chaplain's Service, is Miss
Mann's guest Friday, April 15, at 1
p.m. Chaplain Aitken gives details
on an April 18 conference designed
to show clergymen new ways they
can help cancer patients.