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The Carolina Journal Wednesday March 13, 1968 Page 3
Dorms To Be
N. C., was employed to design
the building in December, 1966.
All persons connected with the
planning of the dorms were ex
cited and pleased that the bids
made it unnecessary to take anj’
of the deduct alternates listed
in the bidding. These alternates,
which are included as possible
plans for reducing the cost of the
construction, included such things
as air-conditioning, student desk
lights, and storage under the beds.
Vice-chancellor Bonnie Cone,
speaking tor the committee which
has done so much in preparation
for the dormitory plans, assured
that, “Everyone on the Student
Housing Advisory Committee is
just delighted with the tine bids
that came in on this project.”
She continued, “It gives us func
tional buildings in which we can
provide for more than just a bed
for each student.
Architect Leslie N. Boney reads bids.
Biology Club Accepted
Beta Iota Mu
ACTION Resolves To
Get Information On Fee
The Biology Club of the Uni
versity of Noi^ Carolina at Char
lotte has been accepted as the Beta
Iota Mu student chapter of the
American Institute of Biological
AIBS was formed in 1947 as
an organization to serve all biolo
gical sciences. At present AIBS
has 43 adherent societies, 24
industrial members, and 14,000
individual members throughoutthe
United States. AIBS is, “anational
non-profit, scientific and educa
tional organization for individuals
working or interested in all dis
ciplines of the life sciences whose
purposes are to advance the bio-
Dr. Lester A. Kirkendall, in
ternational authority on family life,
sex, and marriage, wiU speak
Wednesday, March 20 in the Par
quet Room of the Union.
Dr. Kirkendall explores in his
lectures some of the vital moral
questions of the times. He brings
humanist approach to the dilemmas
while dealing with subjects of fun
damental interest to college and
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A dinner meeting of Beta Iota
Mu will be held March 13, 1968
at 7:00 p.m. in room 209-10 of
the University Student Union as
part of the installation program.
Dr. Theodor Sudia, Associate Exe
cutive Director of AIBS, will be
the guest speaker at the evening
Dr. Sudia received his Ph.D.
degree from The Ohio State Uni
versity, Columbus, Ohio, in 1954.
His major was Botany with fields
of specialization in Plant Ecology,
and Plant Physiology. Since re
ceiving the Ph.D. degree. Dr. Sudia
has served as Associate Profes
sor at the University of Minne
sota and Research Associate at
the same educational institution.
Dr. Sudia has also served as
Visiting Professor, State Univer
sity of Kiev, Ukrainian U.S3.R.,
and State University of Moscow,
U.S.S.R.; and National Science
Foundation Guest Lecturer, 1966.
Dr. Sudia has published 34 prof
essional works from 1952 to 1965
either as author or as co-author.
The following purposes of the
newly formed student chapter of
AIBS are quoted from the chap
A. To increase knowledge and
interest in the biological sciences
among those participating in the
activities of this organization.
B. To gain insight into the
problems of Biology through the
help of professional biologists and
C. To stimulate fellowship
among biology students and faculty,
and between this organization and
those members of the community
interested in the biological
Any individual of the student body
of UNC-C or the general public
who may be interested in either
joining the local chapter or in
becoming associated with the or
ganization may contact any of the
Kent L. Brady, Pres., 596-1155;
Carol A. Kimler, Vice-President,
392-5824; Judith B. Dellinger, Sec
retary, 537-2415; orGusJ. Cottros
Be it resolved that the ‘Students
for ACTION’ request that the fol
lowing information be made avail
able immediately to the students
and faculty of the University: The
number of students and faculty who
registered their autos in January
1968; what plans are underway to
use the fund collected for the con
struction of additional parking
Be it resolved that the *Students
for ACTION’ request information
from the student legislature and/or
the administration regarding con
struction of wooden covers for
outside trash receptacles (so that
student organizations can use them
for publicity purposes). Dean
McKay promised inSeptember’67,
that said covers would be delivered
shortly. If work is in progress, we
would like a definite date for com
pletion of this operation. If, on the
other hand nothing has been done
and nothing will be done, we would
appreciate a thorough statement
regarding this affair.
The above resolutions were
passed unanimously at‘ACTION’s’
business meeting on Wednesday,
March 6th. The resolution re
ferring to auto registration has
been presented to Dean McKay.
The resolution regarding wooden
covers was submitted to John
Gaither, President of the Student
The Campus Affairs Committee
of ‘ACTION’ reports that inves
tigations are still in progress,
investigations pertaining to the
Bookstore and it’s pricing policies
and to the Traffic-Parking situa
tion. Upon completion of investi
gations these reports will be sub
mitted to the Student Legislature
and to the Journal. ACTION hopes
to have these reports submitted
by the end of March.
A lecture on. . .the international
communist conspiracy. . . will be
presented by ACTION on Wednes
day, March 13 in the Parquet
Room of the Union at 11:30 a.m.
The speaker will be Mr. Reid
Stubbs a member of the Char
lotte branch of the John Birch
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