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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1967
Art Exhibit Opens Today
By SONNIA MIZZELL
The paintings by Tina Roy can
truly be called “Paintings for Liv
ing People” She uses a freshness
in approach, imagination and rich
color to capture the world around
her with both beauty and discrim
On Wednesday, October 11, there
will be a preview showing by in
vitation only from 4:00 until 6:00.
Beginning Thursday, October 12,
the exhibit will be open to the
public in the Union lounge.
Miss Roy will present an exhibit
of her canvases for the “Living
People” at UNC-C this month.
Tina Roy, a native of Quebec,
and a very young looking grand
mother had her first showing of
paintings last spring in Washing
ton, D. C. At this showing her
paintings were recognized for their
quality resulting in a large number
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of commissions for other pictures.
Miss Roy has had one-woman
shows in Montreal, Miami Beach,
Fort Lauderdale and Key West,
Florida. She also had several
paintings on exhibit at the Festival
in the Park.
Miss Roy has been quoted as
saying she prefers to paint ab
stract works because it gives more
By SHERRY ADAMS
Students of UNC-C will be given
a chance to partici^te in a new
type of campus activity with the
opening of the Green Garter on
October 6 in the physical education
room beside the cafeteria.
will also be available tor dinner
orders. Since the maximum seating
capacity of The Green Garter will
be 130, reservations will be open
ed on October 10.
Although the Green Garter will
This student coffee house will
be opened tor lunch at 11:30 on
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,
and tor dinner at 8:00 pjn, Thur
sday, Friday, and Saturday nights.
During the week of October 16-
October 21 a five-foot ballon will
be seen on top of the Student Union
as a designation of opening hours
of the Green Garter.
By JOE McCORKLE
Talent for the Green Garter will
be provided at two performances
daily by Gamble Rogers who was
formally with the Serendipity Sing
ers. Mr. Roger’s talents as a
folk-singer, guitarist, and story
teller have already been enjoyed by
several UNC-C students who saw
his performance in New York City.
The coffee house theme of the
Green Garter will be further car
ried out by the UNC-C coeds who
will be serving as waitresses.
Their costumes co-ordinated
The cover charge for the lunch
performances will be $.75. Besides
entertainment, this charge entitles
each person to one free soft drink.
A menu containing assorted sand
wiches, soup, pizza, and snacks
win be available for those people
wishing to place orders. The cover
charge for the dinner performan
ces win be $1.00 per person, and
this price will cover the charge
for entertainment, one soft drink,
a snack bowl, and potato chips
and dip. The same menu of as
sorted sandwiches, soup,and pizza
The dates for the upcoming elec-
tiais have been set and approved
by the Student Legislature. The
elections will consist of aU re
presentative Freshman positions
which are that of President, Vice-
President and five Represen
tatives. Candidates of current Sen
ior standing will be needed to fill
one position on The Board of
Student Publications. ‘ ‘Night
School” representatives will be
elected. As of this date, the to
tal number of night students (stu
dents who take more hours at
night than during the day) has
not been determined, and since the
number of “night students” de-
terminds the number of seats they
may in the Student Legislature
(one position for every 75 night
students or a fraction thereof),
the number to be elected will be
determined at least two weeks
before the election. However, this
does not limit the number of can-
idates who may run.
Now it will be necessary to
explain who may vote for whom.
First of all, cmly “day” students
(those taking more hours during
the day than at night) cannot vote
for “night” positions, and “night”
students can vote only for “night”
positions. However, all currently
enrolled students (both “day” and
“night”) may vote for the Senior
seat in the Board of Student Pub-
In order for a candidate to have
his name appear on the ballot,
he must file with a member of
the Elections Committee, This is
termed the Nomination period. The
dates for the Nomination Period
are Monday through Wednesday,
October 16 through 18th. All can
didates must fiU out nomination
forms at the Union desk where an
election Committee member will
For Freshman candidates, and
Senior candidates interestedinThe
Board of Student Publications, the
Nomination period will begin at
8:30 a.m. on Monday, October 16th
with closing time being 4:00 p.m.
On Tuesday 17th, and Wednesday
18th, the times will be the same
as Monday 16th, but Wednesday,
October 18th 4:00 p.m. is the dead
line, and a candidate nor register
ing by this time will not have his
name appear on the ballot.
Registration for night school
representatives will also take
place at the Union desk. The dates
will be the same as the the other
candidates, but the times will be
from 5:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
each day with 8:00 p.m., Wednes
day, October 18th, being the dead
line for night candidates.
The dates for the elections will
be Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
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be open for only one week during
October, it is hoped at this time
that four such coffee houses wiil
be opened during the year with
different folk-singing talent being
recruited from New York for this
purpose. Dwayne Spitzer, Chair
man of the University Union says,
“It is hoped that the outcome of
good attendance will be a Green
Garter Room with local talent to
be held just after the home bas-
ketbaU games.” Watch for the
large ballrai on top of the Union
on Monday, October 6 —the Green
Garter will be here.
freedom to the artist and it ex
presses her moods and feelings at
the moment. At her home in
Greenwich Village in New York,
Miss Roy usually paints all day
from 9:00. Sometimes she con
tinues for fourteen to sixteen hours
a day. Her range of subjects m-
cludes boats, flowers, figures,
dashing forms, non - objective
paintings, and others.
The paintings Miss Roy will be
showing are for sale, and any
person interested in buying one
should contact either Miss Roy
or Mr. Brenton Steel.
To Grow Hair
By RODNEY SMITH
First of Four Recitals
By Spivak Set Sunday
A series of four piano recitals
will be presented at UNC-C by
Raul Spivak, Musician - in-Resi-
dence. The series is call PER
SPECTIVES IN MUSIC THROUGH
THE KEYBOARD — FROM
BAROQUE TO CONTEMPORARY.
The first recital will be devoted
to the music of the Baroque and
Classical periods, the second to
Romanticism, the third, to Post-
Romanticism and Impressionism.
The fourth will feature music of
Twentieth Century composers as
well as nationalistic music.
These programs will be pre
sented with comments by Mr. Spi
vak on the works that he is per
forming in the recital.
This series of recitals will be
repeated at Sacred Heart College
and Belmont Abbey College, of
Belmont, N. C.
The first concert at the Uni
versity of North Carolina at Char
lotte will be held Sunday, October
15th, at 3 p. m. in the Parquet
Room of the University Union.
Admission is free and the public
is cordially invited to attend.
Ken Helms, Concert Committee
The Carolina Journal and
the 1968 Rogues ‘n Rascals
are co-sponsoring a contest
designed to raise school spirit
and whiskers. Beginning and
ending December 8, all men
on campus are invited, no,
challenged to attempt to grow
the best beard at UNC-C. The
winning Forty-niner will be
selected by a panel of judges
in time for crowning of the
winner at the Christmas
Dance. Union Director Bren
ton Steele and art instructor
Eric Anderson have already
consented to act as judges
and it is hoped that Dr. Sch-
lecta and Dr, Bush can also
be persuaded to judge.
The winner will be present
ed with a surprise prize and
will be the subject of a story
(with photo) in the Journal and
a full page in the ‘68 Rogues
‘ Rascals. On the day of the
judging, contestants will be
expected to dress like a 49er.
This contest could be a
substantial rallying point to
awaken the dormant god of
school spirit and encourage
apathists and thinkers to be
come activists and doers.
We expect to see evidence
of whiskers on all sides soon.
It takes no work. Just sit
back and watch ‘em grow!