The Carolina journal. volume (Charlotte, N.C.) 1965-19??, October 05, 1966, Image 3
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1966 THE CAROLINA JOURNAL PAGE 3 Around The Campus Rotarians To Meet Today &1nVia "Phi Omom uri11 rvi /-v^+ South 21 Wednesday, October 5, 1966 The YMCA will meet in U- 209 at 11:30. Those students interested in duplicate bridge are asked to meet in U-210 at 12:00. Pram will have a meeting in 0-231 at 11:30. The Cheerleaders will meet in U-231 and 232 from 5:00 until 6:00. The Union Publicity Committee win have an organizational meet ing in U-232 at 11:30. The University Party will meet in U-232 at 12:00. The North Charlotte Rotary Club will hold a meeting in U-234 at 1.1:00. Alpha Phi Omega will meet in . , . . . U-234 at 12:00. tures of mdividuals and organi zations this week in U-215. Stu- Thursday, October, 6, 1966 their pictures made The Student Nurses Associaticm between 8:00 and 2:00 each day. will meet at 7:30 in the Union Oi’S^Mzaticms should contact Sally j “Your Fcnnily Drive In” Curb I Service | i i Ballroom. Friday, October 7,1966 NEA will meet in U-231 and 232 from 11:30 until 12:30. Other notes of interest: Mr. A. E. Lamb of the Wear- Ever Aluminum Company will be on campus October 5 from 11:30 until 3:00 in U-233 to interview students interested in working with his comx>any. The Annual will be taking pic- Hagood to schedule a time for group pictures between 2:00 ard 4:00 each afternoon. WILGROVE PHILLIPS’ 66 9305 Albemarle Road We are proud for our cour- teous service PHOXB 537-9831 RECORD CITY DISCOUNT 105 W. Trade Sf. On The S(juare CATERING TO COLLEGE TASTES PHONE 375-6205 Swain’s Charcoal Sfealc House 1800 Moreheod Sf. RESERVATIONS: 332-2414 Interest In Cross Country Grows As Three Join Team try during the 1965 season at BY DONNA HUGHES “Interest is really growing in cross country at UNC-C this year,” according to Coach Har vey Murphy, “And so is the team. Since the lasteditiai of the Jour nal we have added three new mem bers to the cross country team.” One of the new Forty-Niners is Jerrold Burks, who was captain of i the South Mecklenburg team dur ing the 1964 season. He was voted South’s most outstanding cross country runner in both 1963 and 1964. Larry McAfee, who also joined the team recently, was co-cap tain of Harding’s team in 1963 and captain during the 1964 sea son. Billy Baumgardner, the third new team member, ran cross coun- Harding. BEST ICE CKEA.M 3101 The Plaza Collegians cool it with us VISIT BEST FOR THE BEST IN ICE CREAM IIIIKSJ.O Ik’IUt Coke NORTH CHARLOTTE PHARMACY 3201 NORTH DAVIDSON ST. Is .4 Proud Supporter Of The University Of North Carolina At Charlotte And Its Student News paper. See Us For Your Drug Needs. We Feature Free De- Ivcry Service PHONE 332-5470 PARK DRIVE-IN 1 V2 Miles Behind UNC-C On Route 29 Featuring The Herlock Burger “A Meal On A Bun” 49c Only (Visit the finest driv ing range in Charlotte. It's lighted so you can play at night. Right next door to Park Drive-In on Highway 29.) The Amber House HK It ESI \ I If \ N I m;\k i'iii: i m\, Open li \,M, To I I ::i(i P.M. NOltlTI Slltl'jri' ;usrn United Select Foe Is We Wish To Thank You For Patronizing Our Vending Machines ATHLETE OF THE MONTH Connecticutt Mutual Salutes Mike Ridge Mike Ridge led the cross country team in its first match to win the CONNECTICUTT MUTUAL ATHLETE OF THE MONTH AWARD Connecticutt Mutual The Blue Chip Company 1846 Franklin 6-3318 SPORTING GOODS •VTHLETIC EQUIPMENT the 230 Charlotlelou n .Mall CHARLOTTE. 4. N. C. Neteberg^s Mens Shop n.-> WEST TRADE ST. Hume Of Famous “.Mr. Hi-Style” DOWNTOWN—NE.\It THE SQUARE or Those Who Like To Shop Where Styles Begin Whether You Like Traditional Or Mod— GIVE NEWBERG’S THE NOD fila^ TlflmA SioM now has two (2) Jocations to better serve yMir needs: l.)00 (.’entral Ave. and 3732 Cotlseum Center. We feature Conservative. Traditional, and Continental clothinj? fashions. 'I’raditional fash' iona are featured through the two stores. We >u>ficit your patrimaite. The Management C I T Y CHEVROLET CO. QUALITY SALES & SERVICE 710 S. Tryon the WORLD FAMOUS Fine Italian §ii 1318 W. Morehead St. CharloMe, N. C. Food 375-7449 ■'“fit M 1 r \fL^ A u OUR riNF toon - finds friends 'I'hp world's b‘8l pr-ran pie" Jimmie Anderson 1617 Klizahelh Ave The Cellar .300 i:\s i Moitl.iii; Ml ,sT l..~al.-.l I„ Th.- It.a. 11 thr Sumlri-s liu.M.nK IKMIltINt. I.IVI.; IM ( |(rM\M|.;\’| u | ,(.;k |:\| ),s () () PLAYBOY MAGAZINE $6,50 For One Year. $12.00 For Two Years $16.50 For Three Years This offer available only through your campus representative, L. Wayne Howard. Make all checks and money orders payable to L. Wayne Howard; not to Playboy. L. Wayne Howard NEW Box 561 RENEWAL Alexis, N.C.