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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, December 13, 1966, Page 6, Image 6

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THE DAILY TAR HEEL Tuesday, December 13, 1966 Page 6 fVote Today Decides GM V Fixed Income The Student Legislature shall have powers: b. To apporpriate all reve nue derived from the stu dent activities fee; provided that, the ..minimum total amoung to be appropriated to the student union each year Shall be based on two dol lars and sixty - five cents each semester for each gra duate student and three dol lars each semester for each undergraduate student; and FORMAL WEAR We Rent And Sell The Latest In Formal Fashions Clothiers of distinction FRANKLIN STREST THE FIRESIDE GIRL OF THE WEEK n .... 1 -" & , ... . ''HI iff "; -! :; - . Tt b - r , ., f , .. .... MARTHA DULIN, a resident of Mclver Dorm from Wilson, is dressed for the Holiday Season in a Pant-Suit by Pendleton from THE FIRESIDE. Home of the World-Famous Beef Stick nOURS9:30 AM. to 9 P.M. DAILY Close at 6:00 P.M. Saturday Sun. 12 To 6 P.M. Phone 929-1388 provided further that, except for the student union, all funds appropriated for use and unspent during a given fis cal year shall revert to the General Surplus; The Student Legislature shall have powers: b. To appropriate funds: 1. To student publications provided that the total funds for publications shall be al loted to the Publications Board for distribution in accordance dance with the total funds al located to the respective stu dent publications as estab lished by the Student Legis lature; 2. To all agencies of Student Government, t 3. To such extra - curncular acticities as it shall deem com patible with the general wel fare of the student body; pro vided that all funds approp priated for use but not ex panded during a given Fis cal year shall revert to the General Surplus; S j---J-' I 4 ft . i44H4 - ' , ..... u : s in doiiM? Can't decide WHAT to buy Aunt Mary or Cousin Bill . . . or your husband's Uncle in Phoenix??? CHEER UP! ma!io UIGK0RY FAROS Pack It" Mail It, Too! Easigaio Campus TUESDAY State Student Legislature will meet today at 7 p.m. in Roland-Parker III. The Cosmopolitan Club will meet this evening at 5:30 in the upstairs of Lenoir Hall. Please bring money for the party tickets. The Academic Affairs Com mittee will meet today at 5 p.m. in Roland Parker I. There will be a Toronto Ex change Commission meeting today in Roland Parker III at 5:15 p.m. All members please be present. WEDNESDAY The UP Executive Committee will hold interviews Wed nesday at 4:30 p.m. in Ro land Parker II for anyone interested in holding legis lative seat from Ehringhaus. The UNC Duke Phvsics Col loquium presents Professor W. P. Wolf of Yale Univer sity, speaking on the topic, "Recent Experiments on Magnetic Transitions," Wed nesday at 4 p.m. in Room 114 of the Physics building. Tea and coffee will be serv ed at 3:30. The Hunter in Your Family never has too much -POWERFUL Ifemington. AMMUNITION SELfCT HIS AMMO CHRISTMAS GIFT FROM OUR BIG SUPPLY EASTGATE imnDwan .-..sifcj m?. - ; ' r" FZjZZ. your FIRST stop to solve your GIFT PRODLEHS We have delightful gift boxes for the "Hard-To-Buy-For" and they're always a special treat for the "Easy-To-Buy-For." Just bring along your list, we'll do the rest. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS Everyone at the office would be delighted with a Hickory Farms Gift Box! We invite you to see our gala array of gift packages. OF OHIO Shopping Center CHAPEL HILL Calendar Dr. Yel-Chiang VVu from Un ion College, will 'speak at the Mathematics Colloquim ssSerafl Phillips will be served in the Com mon Room at 3:30. The Murdoch Committee will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. in front of the Y for the last time before next year. In conjunction with the P h i Kappa Sigma fraternity, a Christmas party will be giv en for the children. DKE fraternity will provide trans portation. LOST AND FOUND: LOST: Male Collie dog, looks like Lassie and wears a black collar. Answers to the name of Nugget. Lost Dec. 7 in front of the Carolina Inn. Please contact Neil De Reimer at 968-9032. A pair of dark grey glasses lost in the vicinit yof Gran ville Towers. Please call Warren Schonf eld at 968 . 9025. Grey notebook containing 16th century notes. Lost in Bing ham or South Building. Call L. Smith at 968-9142. A man's double - chained ID bracelet lost in the vicinity of Caldwell Hall Monday night during the Political Science quiz. If found, please contact Peter Beebe at 942-5963 or turn it in to the Philosophy or Political Science department. One new, black, fur - lined glove. Left in car riding back from UNC-G Sunday night. Call Jake Gardner at 968-9180. Psychology 26 Notebook. If found, please return to Pat Geise in 194 Whitehead. FOUND: Blue sports coat on the wall in front of the Hillel House on West Cameron Avenue. Call Don Boal at 968-8398. Campus Briefs Quarterly Chief Interviews for editor of the Carolina Quarterly will be held in the Woodhouse Room on the second floor of GM. The inter views will be held at 4:15 p.m.; no appointment is need ed. Library Hours Given The following hours have been announced for the Wilson Library during the holiday pe riod. Sat., Dec. 17 .. . . .... ..9-1 p.m. Sun., Dec. 18 ...Closed Men., Dec. 19-22 9-5 p.m. Fri., Dec. 23-26 . Closed Tues., Dec. 27-30 . ... . 9-5 p.m. Sat, Dec. 31 9-1 p.m. Sun., Jan. 1 . Closed Mon., Jan. 2 . ......Closed Tues., Jan. 3 Resume regular schedule Be Well-Dressed Great Savings on WERE NOW 95.00 75.95 89.50 71.50 85.00 67.95 79.50 63.50 75.00 59.95 69.50 55.50 59.95 47.95 SHOP EARLY AND SAVE During Our mm a Clothiers Franklin Street Alterations Extra A T)TH Review ocial Consciousness Overcomes In Latest By CHRISTOPHER BROOKHOUSE Special to the DTH .Don't look for much sex in this issue of the Carolina Quarterly, it isn't there. The ice hfeuse is gone. Instead, a sense of social consciousness infuses much of the new Quarterly.. With one exception, the prose is good, better than the last issue. The writers are Lawrence Naumoff, a sopho more here; L. J. Reynolds and (the poet) Kelly Cherry, graduate students at UNC-G; Mark Blackburn, a Paris -based, fledgling professional, and Evan Connell, Jr., an es tablished performer. The con tributions, then, are diverse, as they ought to be in a good quarterly. Naumoff 's story is a vicious piece about a manservant, the old master, and the audience Monogram Fire A fire broke out early yes terday morning in a storeroom under the Faculty Club, but was quickly put out by a stu dent employee. The blaze began at 6:30 when sparks from a faculty food freezer wire caught stacks of cardboard boxes con taining Circus Room can goods. Melvin Phifer, a Monogram Club busboy was in the store room when the fire started. "I was getting cereal for the morning meal and heard this sputtering and saw sparks. Suddenly flames were coming from several boxes. I ran to the kitchen and got a pot of water and put it out." Mrs. Rascoe, Monogram Club assistant manager, said she was glad it didn't happen several hours earlier. "The damage would have been much greater. The whole club might have burned down if the fire had started in the mid dle of the night." ?; The following companies will recruit on the campus during the week of December 12-16: ' Tuesday, December 13 Brown & Williams Tobacco Corp.; Cooperative College Registry; N. C. State Person nel Department; D. G. Mat thews, CPA; Greensboro Dai ly News. Wednesday, December 14 Cooperative College Registry. Students desiring interviews with these companies should go to the Placement Service, 211 Gardner Hall. We, the undersigned, urge the student body to support the constitutional a m e n dm e n t changing the court structure of the student judiciary. We be lieve this amendment repre sents a necessary reform which will have the effect of strengthening the court system and securing the rights of de fendants. Robert S. Powell, Jr., Pres- Sale for the Holidays! Quality Clothing; Pre-Christmas Suit Sale Of Distinction Open Mon.-Fri. Til 9 En UJiflO Issue Of of his d"v The ending is predicatable, but effective. Reynold's story seems the weakest prose in this issue ; two kids meet an old man who sells matches. The story hits hard at our world, and the social con sciousness I spoke of is evi dent here. Although Reynold's work may be more polished than Naumoff 's, it does not stick in my mind like Naumoff's story and that's a test of sorts. Blackburn has two stories in this issue, the first (A Fit Morning In) is funny, but is not fulfilled; his second story (The Bricks, in Brooklyn) is original, sentimental, biting, touching a fine story. Blackburn's stories talk in directly about our society, but Connell's story is completely about the State and Society. Two vague (intentionally so) men are m a plane, the plane develops trouble, which is ident of the Student Body. Frank Hodges, Attorney Gen eral of the Student Body. ' Dianne Ricks, Assistant At torney General for Women. Taylor Branch, Chairman, Honor System Commission. Rep. Ed Wilson, UP Floor- Rep;' Steve Hockfield, SP Floorleader. Bob Travis, Chairman of the Student Party. Tom Manley, Chairman of the University Party. Rep. Randy Worth, Chair man, Judicial Committee. LEDOB GPEIl DAILY FEIGH 5-7:10 P.U. FEATunra STEM Mil QnLY 0 INCLUDES: 1J -fr GRILLED STRIP STEAK fr BAKED IDAHO POTATO TOSSED GREEN SALAD jSr GARLIC BREAD . fr COFFEE OR TEA THE STEM nOOI.1 IS LOCATED AT THE SOUTH END OF LEIIIOR HALL Sharyn Lynn Shoppe FOR HER for Christmas! RAINCOATS Wash 'n' Wear with or without zip-in lining. In navy, oyster, light blue, yellow. COATS SKIRTS & SWEATERS BLOUSES LINGERIE i SLAX Wools & Cottons HOSE BAGS KNEE SOCKS and Over The Knee Socks Sharyn Lynn Shoppe 122 East Franklin Carolina clearly evident to one of the men who has been involved with planes before. The plane heads for a dan generous landing ,the two men react to the danger. The men are less important that the' State; the plane is a meta phof for the State the (air) ship of State. The story becomes a skillful comment on the basic diffi culties of our world. The story doesn't preach a particular point of view, and the ending may disappoint but it is an honest ending. There is only one poem in this Quarterly, but it's a long poem Benjamin John which is nicely broken into a series of short poems. Miss Cherry has undertaken a lot; she portrays Benjamin John's quest for the imagined perfection of the Green Queen. B. J .ends up an academic with cancer and never really catches the Green Queen ex cept in a brief vision. There are obvious weakness es in this poem (jolting play fulness with sounds, w ordi ness, excessive adjectives), but one cannot help praise it. Some of the parts are ex cellent: "The Getaway" cuts deeply at our manhood; "The Graduate School" succinctly expresses the pain most grad uate students feel on a sunny day; "The Proposal" is touch ingly soft and sad; "His Wife's Birthday" frightens with its truth; "On his Can cer" surprises with the humor of its terrifying acceptance of pain.' The parts of this long poem (31 pages) hold together. I wish Benjamin John's life ended less placidly, but whose life burns out radiantly? 0 GGjPLETE I ftm urim i 'ft'-Ti-iiiMiiC' A OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL Sex Quarterly I think Miss Cherry's work is ultimately the center of this issue. I don't know how many readers the center will hold, but we shall hear from Miss Cherry again. Finally, as an aside, let me say that the university can be justly pleased and excited by the appearance of Lillabulero and the Carolina Quarterly. Both are fine jobs. There is a lot of interest in these maga zines here, and, despite our few offerings in creative writ ing, a lot of creative talent bursts up here. Old and Rare Civil War Books For Christmas Giving The Old Book Corner In The Intimate Bookshop THE HUB GIVING CAN BE FUN! IF.YOUR STOPS ONLY i NUMBER ONE TRADITION AND GOOD TASTE CHARACTERIZE EACH GARMENT AT THE HUB. Watch the faces brighten and the bills lighten when you make THE HUB -your one-stop shopping center. May we suggest: SWEATERS Cardigans and V-necks available in a tasteful assortment of fine wool and wool blends. . . . A colorful array of shades will put color beneath any tree. . . . from 11.95. SOCKS The perennial favorite for gift-givers, in a veritable rainbow of colors that will augment any ward robe. Gold Cups, Shags, and Over-the-Calf styles . . . from 1.50. OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 9:00 FREF GIFT WRAPPING THE DSD Gl Chaps! 173 Shell love gifts from Sfcaryn Lynn. Here's a collection of heart warmlnjr flfts to wear to nuke your ihepplas : esef BELTS CAROLINA NITESHIRTS in Red and Carolina Blue CAROLINA SWEATSHIRTS Pennants and Mugs GLOVES FOLDING SLIPPERS KERCHIEFS CAROLINA UMBRELLAS PAJAMAS & GOWNS BOUTIQUE ITEMS 8:30 Phone 942-2516 a

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