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By SHERRY ADAMS
Officers of the Young Republi
can Club were elected at the meet
ing on Wednesday, October 11.
Rick Dancy was elected President,
Allon Thompson was elected Vice-
president and the positions of sec
retary and treasurer were filled
by Martha Jones and Danny Sha
The club then held a discussion
on a resolution condemning the
administration’s policy in Viet
nam. If anyone is interested in
voicing an opinion on this resol
ution, he is urged to attend the
next announced meeting of the
YRC. Membership in the club will
be open throughout the semester.
YRC plans for the year include
guest speakers and debates on
current topics in an attempt to in
crease political consciousness on
campus. Allen Thompson, YRC
vice - president, emphasizes the
fact that the club welcomes stu
dents of all political sentiments.
The Baptist Student Union is re
newing its efforts to provide stu
dents with cultural, religious, and
social activities. Special meetings
of any kind can be presented by
any student or students at any
time so long as it meets the ap
proval of the B.S.U. Council.
The permanent posters which
have been placed in each building
are to communicate the many act
ivities occurring now and those
which are planned for the future.
Also, one section is of a literary
The Green Garter is now open
tor lunch for the last time today
at 11:30, and beginning tomorrow
will be open for supper at 8:00
p.m. through Friday night.
Gamble Rogers, formally with
the Serendipity Singers is pro
viding entertainment. Cover ch
arge for lunch is $.75, one drink
included. A dollar bill will get you
into the night performance and
dinner plus a soft drink, a snack
bowl and potato chips.
The menu consists of assorted
sandwiches, soup, and pizza.
For atmosphere and good enter
tainment, visit the Green Garter,
in the P. E. room beside the
To Be Held
Upcoming elections will be held
on Wednesday, Thursday, andFri-
day, October 25-27.
The deadling for nominations is
today at four o’clock. Any candi
date not registered by this time
will not have his name on the bal
The number ot night students has
been determined (261) and three
night representatives will be elect
Students will be able to vote in
either the Union lounge or under
the A-^-C breezeway.
For UN Day
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Suggestion Box Offers
Medium For New Ideas
A suggestion box has recently
been placed near the circulation
desk of the Atkins Library. This
box is intended to be a deposi
tory for requests for books, per
iodicals, and other library mat
erials as well as tor comments
relating to improvements in ser
vice to library users.
The suggestion box is one of
several means through which the
library seeks to keep in touch with
the interests and needs of students
and faculty members. All sugges
tions dropped into the box will
be carefully considered.
One comment recently dropped
into the suggestion box concerned
excessive noise on the first floor
of the Ubrary. Because of the
necessity for conversatitxi in the
area of the circulation and refer
ence desks, the maintenance of
absolute quiet on the first floor
is impossible. However, library
staff members will exert a great
er effort to keep conversation
among themselves and students low
in these areas and urge students
and faculty to assist them in this
Students who need a quiet place
to read are encouraged to use the
Quiet Study Room on the west
wing of the second floor. Indivi
dual study carrels interspersed
The “Circle K Buzz Book’’,
stodent directory put out by the
Circle K Club, will be available
today. It was published in con
junction with the Office of Student
Affairs. They may be picked up at
the Union Desk free of cost. All
faculty members and students are
eligible for a copy.
“Circle K wants to thank all
the people who have helped with
the directories,’’ says Chip
Wright, president of the club.
tion to Hogan will be Irvin Edel-
man. Social Sciences Co-ordinator
for the Charlotte Mecklenburg Sch
ools, Moderator, Dr, Nish Jamgo-
tch. Assistant Professor of Poli
tical Science, and Dr. Witherspoon.
This panel chscussion will be the
official observance of UN Day for
the city of Charlotte. It may be
seen on Channel 42 on Monday,
October 23, at 8:30 p. m.
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among book stacks in this room
are specifically designed for in
dividual study. Library staff mem
bers request that students who
wish to study in groups use the
lounge area in the center wing
of the second floor. As in any
library, consideration for others
who are pursuing knowledge on the
part of aU users will make the
library a place which is conducive
for effective study.
Exams Given Here
The Graduate Record Examina
tions will be administered here
on January 29-30, 1968. All sen
iors will take the tests, which
are required for graduation. There
is no charge and seniors wiU be
excused from classes during the
testing program. The University
Counseling Service will send stu
dents of senior standing descrip
tive information pertaining to these
tests later during the semester.
Students who intend to begin
graduate study in September, 1968,
should take the GRE before the
January 29-30, 1968 administra
tion. This is advantageous because
graduate schools often request
GRE scores before February 1
or the spring term preceding a
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concepts within the context of mod
THE UNC-C B.S.U. has meet
with Queens College B.S.U. and
many activities have been planned
together. They will be serving in
social action projects in Char
lotte and wiU be attending conven
tions, conferences, and seminars
together during the year.
■AH students or faculty members
are welcome to join at any time
of the year. If any person or per
sons cannot attend any of the act
ivities and is in need of any of
the B.S.U.’s wide range of ser
vices, please leave a notice in
the B.S.U. mailbox at the Union
Last Wednesday the B.S.U. held
a meeting to discuss “Your Role
In Tomorrow’s World’’ with Mrs.
Croswaithe, a graduate student at
Duke University and wife of
UNC-C’s professor of chemistry.
The Graduate Record Examina
tions for the 1967-1968 National
Program for Graduate School Se
lection will be administered on
campuses other than here on the
following dates: October 28, Dec
ember 9, January 20, April 27,
all at Davidson College. A fee
of $12 is charged for the Nat
Words of encouragement are
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to the youth of our nation.
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