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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, December 11, 1966, Page 6, Image 6

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Sunday, December 11, 1966 THE DAILY TAR HEEL Page 6 Campus Calendar TODAY Mr. Jay Parker, a Negro, will speak on "The Negro Con- ; servative" at 3 p.m. in Ger rard Hall. The program, ,'. sponsored by the Carolina Young Americans for Free dom, is open to the public. .The Elections Board will meet at 7 tonight at Graham Me morial. All members please attend. The Student Mental Health Committee will meet at 1 this afternoon in 205 Alumni Building. All UNC students are invited 1 to a Tri - Campus Social t (UNC, Duke, and NCC) to ' be held at the Allied Arts Center, 810 Proctor Street, Durham, at 4 p.m. today. ' The Social is sponsored by . the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durham and Chapel Hill. The Election's Board will meet Sunday night at 7 in Roland Parker I. All mem- bers please be present. The Bebo Bumpkin Jug Band ; will play in the Gallery Cof l fee Shop at the Wesley Foundation Sunday. Following the 7 p.m. showing k of the Sunday Cinema film, Green Pastures, in Carroll i Hall, the UNC Film Forum will serve coffee and spon f sor a discussion led by Paul S Green, noted playwright, in f. 200 Carroll Hall. All inter im ested persons are invited. Westminster Fellowship pr- Otelia Connor, Chief of Campus Police Arthur J. Beaumont and several anonymous females called to wish him a Happy Birth-ay. sents "A Child is Born" by Stephen Vincet Benet in the sanctuary of the Presbyter ian Church at 7 p.m. Sun day. MONDAY An Advent Scripture Reading will be sponsored by the Catholic Graduate Student's Association Monday at 7 p.m. in the lounge of the Presbyterian Student Build ing. . Negro Speaks Is Jay Parker an Uncle Tom? The answer to this question can be found in Gerrard Hall today at 3 p.m. Carolina's Young Americans for Freedom will present Jay Parker, a Negro, who will speak on "The Negro Conser vative." Jay Parker is from Philadel phia, and is a member of the Board of Directors of Young Americans for Freedom, a conservative organization. The Negro conservative is associate director and announ cer from the "Christian Hope Fellowship" broadcasts. He is also former Chairman of Phil adelphia County YAF. . "We invited Jay Parker," said Douglas Stanton, Chair man of Carolina YAF, "to help break through the absurd myth that Conservatives are some how antiiNegro. "There is no denying that a small amount of conserva tives are racists, just as most KKK members are in the Dem ocratic Party. But to smear everyone because of a few is wrong." Campus 'Brief 3 THESE USED CARS HAVE PASSED THE Voftsuagen 16Poml Safety & Perforates hspesiien We guarantee 100 (he repair or replacement of all majoi mechanical parts (or 30 days or 1,000 miles. So if you need a second car, why not look at a 100 guaranteed one first? v engine transmission rear axle front axle assem blies bcake system electrical system. 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Radio, heater, whitewall tires. 1995 61 63 Corvair Monza Coupe Blue finish, matching interior. 4 speed transmis sion, radio, heater, whitewall tires. One owner. Only $895. 63 SAAB 2 Door Sedan Red finish with white interior. Fully equipped and priced to sell at . $695. 62 Falcon 4 Door Deluxe Sedan White finish with red and white vinyl interior. Radio, heater, whitewall tires. Extra clean. $695. 64 Corvette Convertible Cherry red finish, matching interior with white top. Low mileage, one owner, exceptionally clean., 65 Chevelle Malibu 2 Dr. Hardtop Daytona blue with blue interior, V-8, 4 speed, ra dio, heater, whitewall tires. Sharp. 61 BIG Roadster Black finish, white top with red interior. am; it hi 1 '- -7 8 lilt viwteY,v;ifti j N.C. Dealer No. 1545 Christmas Greetings After having the lights stolen from their Christmas mail tree, the Tri-Deltas have still managed to retain the Christmas spirit and are sponsoring a project to send Christmas greetings to Marines serving in Vietnam. The Tri-Delts have been collecting unaddressed Christmas cards with eight-cent stamps which they will address and mail on December 12. Originally they planned to keep the cards on the mail tree in the front yard, but because of the thievery the tree has been moved to the roof. Packages of cards may still be brought to Tri-Delta until December 11, or cards may be sent individually. If sent individually they should be mailed to the following address by December 12: To a Marine, co USO Division, APO, Advisory Team No. 1, San Francisco, California, 96337. Tri-Campus Social The second Tri-Campus Student Social, sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durham and Chapel Hill, will be held today from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. at The Allied Arts Center, 810 Proctor Street, Durham Students desiring transportation should meet at Y-Court at -2:45 Sunday The social provides the chance for students from the three campuses of Chapel Hill, Duke, and North Carolina College to meet. Host college for the December social is North Carolina Col lege. They will provide live music. Further information may be obtained from Ben Baker, 933-1396. Bach Presented, Ten hours of Bach will be presented today from 1 p.m. until 11 p.m. on WUNC's Bach Spectacular. The Bach Spectacular is part of a WUNC unique series, 'Composer Spectacular, that features the music of the great composers from WUNC's music library Mike Gray, Music Director of WUNC, says of the programs that they "feature the major works of an individual composer, usually presented in chronological order. This Sunday's Decem ber edition Bach Spectacular will follow the same pattern.". Requests for selections will be taken by mail or phone (933-2085). For 1967, the program will include a Mozart Spectacular, January; a Baroque Spectacular, February; music of Czech Nationalist Composers, March; and a Haydn Spectacular, April. Trial Lawyer Speaks J V F. X. Geoghan Jr., president of the Metropolitan Trial Lawyers Association and Director of the New York Association of Trial Lawyers, will speak at the University of North, Carolina Law School at 2 pm. Tuesday in 210 Manning Hall. "Specialized Trial Advocacy" is his topic sponsored by the Student Bar Association. A native of Brooklyn, N. Y., he graduated from Georgetown University in 1939 and received his law degree in 1947 at Ford ham University. We was admitted to the New York bar in 1947. He has jbeen guest lectnurer on Trial Tactics at Fordham Law School (1955), at St. John's Law School (1958), at Syra cuse Law School (1959), at Brooklyn Law School (1959-62) and at the University of Tennessee Law School (1961). Featuring: CONVERSE ... -. .. OL:: Basketball Shoes High or Low Tops $8.95 Sports Proven For Consistent Dependability AT EASTGATE SHOPPING CENTER Monday Ends Playmakers v Production Fireworks will be exploding in the Sycamore basement and the explosive antics of the merry mad Sycamore will be bursting all over their living room for the last time tomorrow night when "You Can't Take It With You," Kaufman and Hart's comedy hit, ends its run in the Playmakers Theatre. f Only seats in the aisle remain as the Playmakers enjoy their second straight sellout of the year. The play's title refers to the sentiments of Grandpa Vander hof, the head of the Sycamore household, who believes that everybody should relax and do whatever he wants to do, since "we can't take it with us." Prac ticing what he preaches, Grand pa Vanderhof, played by Walter Spearman, is the most rugged of individualists, refusing to be concerned, for instance, with filing income tax returns. The Sycamores have to be seen to be believed, for they are a completely uninhibited clan, manufacturing fireworks in the cellar, distributing left wing propoganda in home-made candy, taking ballet lessons in the living room, operating print ing presses and xylophones, turning plays out on a type writer delivered by mistake, and various other unconventional hobbies, pursued for the most part simultaneously. In the midst of all this pande monium the normal daughter of the family, Alice, played by . Lisa Sherman, falls in love with her employer's son, Tony Kir by, portrayed by Rick Dula. . When he unexpectedly drops in on the Sycamores with his dig nified parents one evening, it looks' like curtains for their romance, for the zany family have just reached a high point in their high jinx. But the Syca more's antics are contagious to the Kirby's, and all ends happi ly. Seats in the aisles are avail able for the 2:30 and 8:00 per formances today and for the final performance tomorrow eve ning at 8: 00. -They are available only at the theatre box office beginning an hour and a half prior to curtain time. The girls treated him to a shower and a shaving 1 crsam bath shortly after midnight Thursday. r i CLIP O U T AND S A V E PINE ROOM CAFETERIA THIS WEEK'S DINNER SPECIAL 5-7 P.M. Sunday & Monday Rare Elotsst Poof Baked Potato with Sour Cream, Clover Leaf Rolls, Salad J Tuesday Pizza Pie .... .... Wednesday Charco Broiled Hamburger Steak French fries, salad, rolls 00 Thursday Choice of Spaghetti or Ravioli salad, garlic bread . . . Combination Seafood Plotter Hushpuppies, French fries, cole slaw The popular place to meet dine or snack Apo's Prepare 1 ravel noam In Time For Xmas Holidays By LAUREL SHACKELFORD Special To The DTH As Christmas vacation draws near, there's the usual mad rush for rides to Raleigh, Se attle, Texas, and New York. The job of finding rides and riders is a lot easier this year thanks to the APOs, and their new travel board in Y Court. Last spring several broth ers of Alpha Phi Omega need ed rides and could not find them, so they started making this new travel board, model ed after one used at NC State. Today the board, which is fast becoming a hub of the Y Building, boasts 71 rides want ed and 41 riders wanted. Most of these are centered around the New York and North Caro lina areas, but a few stretch across to California, Oregon, and then down to Texas and Florida. Over a hundred students have used the board already and it is no wonder that it's taking on a unique personal ity. This comes through by glancing at the cards them selves. One lad who's driving to Ft. Lauderdale for Christmas needs a rider he provides beer and prefers female com pionship. Other students have no preferances, but made no "provisions". By - passers catch the sense of eagerness which surrounds the board, when they notice how many rides are leaving on December 13 and 14, even though vacation does not begin until the 17th. APO Randy Powell is re sponsible for most of the work in making the board. The funds for it, which mounted close to $50, came from the brothers' dues and proceeds from other service projects. Tom Hildebrandt. APO pres ident, reports the 1 fraternity is planning to launch their an nual Ugly Man Contest early next semester. In the mean time they are sponsoring a used book exchange. In addition to being the larg est service franternity in Amer ica, the APOs sponsor social functions for the brothers, as well as their service projects such as Parents' Day in the spring Give "the gift that keeps on giving" from It will say Merry Christmas all year long! W u u m run CORDLESS TAPE RECORDER Cardltss portsila wtfghs less than I pounds. Rtsiote mike switch. Push-button cpiration. VU record fcjester. Complete with "Personal feus? earphone, mike, 4 "C" bat teries, S rtei of tape and empty Modal YHS12 49.03 PO-Af.1 TABLE RADIO $3405 Th DANDY rs HHC1 S fiprip JTK3 MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS 66QSTQB6TKK iwstmna- m Pre- Sale Just In Time For Christmas! Tremendous Savings On Famous Brands! SUITS WERE 95.00 89.50 85.00 79.50 75.00 69.50 59.95 NOW 75.95 71.50 67.95 63.50 59.95 55.50 47.95 Select Now And . Save During Our Pre-Christmas Sale. Clothiers of Distinction FRANKLIN STREET Alterations Extra Open Mon.-Fri. Til 9:69 AT UNIVERSITY SQUARE .1 ' . i i . .. ! 1 a ft 5 i n nnn i nnnni n i 1 Is $497.50 Expensive When You Consider These Advantages? Semi-Private Rooms. Wall to Wall Carpeting. Central Heating and Air Conditioning. Weekly Maid Service. 20 EXCELLENT, well-balanced meals weekly (INCLUDING SECONDS) served in a pleasant atmosphere. Close Proximity to Campus "TV Lounge on Every Floor Active Student Government Program. Modern Social and Recreation Area. Laundry Room and Dry-Cleaning Service. Rooms Now Available to Men and Women for the Spring Semester GRANVILLE TOWERS Is University Approved Housing, Owned and Managed by OWEN BROS. & O'H ARA of Memphis, Tenn. INCORPORATED I,

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