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Friday, February 19, 1971
At least not in religious duties
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The Daily Tar Heel
by Sue English
There isn't a great deal of difference
between two communities as different in
size as Washington, D.C. and Chapel Hill,
at least not as far as he is concerned,
maintains a new minister who has just
moved into the area.
Th" Peter James Lee, former
assista. : .mister at St. John's Church,
Lafayette Square, Washington, D.C, has
accepted a call to be rector of the Chapel
of the Cross, a parish church serving both
the community and the University.
In spite of the differences in the sizes
News aroimd! tine
Quiz Bowl entry
deadline is today
Today is the last day for entries into
the Carolina Union Quiz Bowl. Entry
blanks are available at the Union
Those whd are interested in
participating in the Quiz Bowl must
gather up a team of four with one
member designated as captain and register
them at the union.
SP meets Sunday
to set candidates
The Student Party will hold its spring
convention this Sunday at 6:30 p.m. in
206 of the Carolina Union. According to
party Vice Chairman Gerry Cohen,
candidates for President, Vice- President,
and Secretary of the Student Body will
be designated at that time. Student
Legislature nominees will also be chosen.
Cohen said any student is eligible for
nomination, but only those persons who
are presently members of the Student
Party or join at the party caucus Sunday
at 2 p.m. in the Union may vote
Morehead Residence College will hold
its first big party tonight in its new social
lounge in the basement of Cobb
Dormitory. : : : 1
Steve Saudners, gbvernor of Morehead
College, said, the new headquarters was
recently completed at the cost of about
$20,000, The party will follow a Mardi
Gras theme for residents who cannot
make it to New Orleans.
Any $2.00 (Or More) Purchase
Until Feb. 28
You Must Bring This Coupon!
Everything You Always Wanted
to Know About Sex
by David Reubin, M.D. $1.95
The Sensuous Woman
by "J" $1.25
The French Lieutenant's Woman
by John Fowles $1.50
The Gang That Couldn't
by Jimmy B res! in $1.25
by Jim Bouton $1.25
What to Do With Your Bad Car
by Ralph Nader
ed. by Harold Jacobs $3.45
The Recovery of Confidence
by John Gardner
Mr. Sammler's Planet
by Saul Bellow
Travels With My Aunt
by Graham Greene
by Don Mitchell
The Forge and the Crucible
by Mircea Eliade
The Feast of Fools
by Harvey Cox
Women, and Sometimes Men
by Florida Scott-Maxwell $1.25
The Effect of Gamma Rays on
by Paul Zindel $1 95
of Washington and Chapel Hill, Lee
maintains the communities are similar in
several ways. First of all, they are both
one-industry towns -every one in
Washington being defined in relation to
the federal government, and everyone in
Chapel Hill in relation to the University.
A second similarity between the two
communities is that both are
"sophisticated and literate," and the
people demand excellence in both places,
according to Lee.
Lee further maintains there is a large
turnover in the ? congregations of both
A coffee shoppe featuring Dianne
Gouch, Hank Van Hoy and Joe Byrne
will be held Saturday night.
Saunders said the college headquarters
includes the executive offices, a large
social room, television room, classroom
and a game room with football, ping-pong
and a juke box.
"It's a big improvement over Graham
basement (former social room of the
college)," Saunders said. He said the
college was given the Cobb basement
after an unsuccessful attempt to get the
Faculty Club. The basement has
undergone extensive renovation since the
beginning of the academic year.
"It is all finished except for some
furniture," the Morehead governor
Saunders commented the addition of
The Cobb common basement area "makes
Morehead the best residence college
common area on campus. "It will greatly
improve the activities and general feeling
of unity of the college," he added.
Undergraduate women students at the
University interested in applying for the
Delta Delta Delta Scholarships may
obtain application forms from the Office
of Student Aid at 300 Vance Hall.
The DDD Scholarships are awarded
each year to outstanding undergraduate
women in colleges where DDD is
represented. An applicant need not be a
member of Tri Delta, or of any other
Eligibility consists of being a full-time
undergraduate,' exhibiting a promise of
valuable service in her respective field,
maintaining a satisfactory academic
record and showing a need financially.
Scholarship winners on the local level
are selected by committees of the Tri
IS PROUD TO PRES
CLOSED LOOP -DUAL CAPSTAN
THE WIDEST SELECTION OF COMPONENTS
The 1971 community is the way the
world is," Lee said. "The turnover in
congregations characterizes our whole
culture, and that is what makes Chaple
Hill a contemporary city."
Lee is enthusiastic about his work in
this community because of the diversity
of opinions that converge, including those
of the young, old, radical and
"One of the main purposes of the
church is to help bring people together,
even when they disagree, to enable them
to learn about each other and American
life," Lee said.
Delta chapters and are eligible for
consideration for one of the $1,000
National Scholarship Awards.
The deadline for application is March
APO book sale
is huge success
Alpha Phi Omega (APO) service
fraternity handled over 9,000 books at its
recent book co-op for a sales total of
About 60 percent of the books
brought by students were sold.
Students may pick up their books or
money until March 4 at the APO complex
in Smith Building. APO is not responsible
for books or money after that date.
"We cleared about $800 or $900 to go
into our projects and scholarship fund,"
said Gene Byrd, chairman of the book
sale, "after taking out for costs and lost
or stolen books."
The next book co-op will be held again
during semester break next year. "We
don't have the facilities to keep it up all
year," explained Byrd. "And we don't
feel enough students would bring their
books back in the fall to make the sale
worthwhile at that time,"
set by Union
Sign-up sheet for new Encouter-Tape
groups sponsored by the Carolina Union
will begin Monday, Feb. 21, at the Union
Each group formed will be guided by a
trained facilitator, according to Union
coordinator Chuck Patrizia. '
A charge of $5 will be made for each
participant in the Encounter groups to
cover the cost of the tapes and other
administrative expenses of setting up and
running the groups, Patrizia said.
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20-1600 HZ (With Standard Tape)
20-1800 HZ (With Chromium Dioxide)
SN Ratio 49 A.B.
WHAT DOES CLOSED LOOP
DUAL CAPSTAN DO?
1. Greatly Extended Frequency Response And Remarkable Reduction Of
High Frequency Losses. .
2. Higher Reliability 1200 The Wear Of A Conventional Head.
3. The Highly Polished, Mirror-Smooth Contact Surface With The Tape Is
Indispensable For Clear, Distortion-Free Sound Reproduction.
Greatly Reduced Wow And Flutter
Reduced Modulation Noise
Improved Consistency Of Taps Speed
"The parish church is the only
institution in our culture I know of where
all kinds of people come together. The
university community is where it's at in
American life," he added.
In respect to the parish's relation to
the students, Lee said he "respects
students too much to crank them into
ready-made programs," and "the church
has done that for too long."
"We will be involved in the lives of the
students, but the job of the church is not
to cater to them," Lee said. "Our doors
will be open from 7 to 1 1 p.m. and all are
Lee said he is not afraid of questions
or criticisms from the University
community, and that he shares many of
the criticisms of American and religious
He hopes to continue his involvement
with the community in Chapel Hill as he
did in Washington, where he was working
with young children in day care centers
and helped to start a drug rehabilitation
"I am involved with both the young
and the old, and I think the trouble in
our society is that they do not speak to
one another or learn from each other,"
"There is a great deal of
communication in this town, and I hope
that through diversity and openness in
the congregation, this communication'
will grow," continued Lee.
Lee commented that he is excited
about his job and the community, "There
is so much to become involved in, I
hardly know where to start," he said.
After graduating magna cum laude
from Washington and Lee University, Lee
entered the Virginia Theological
.Seminary and received the BJX, cum
laude, in 1967.
His duties as senior assistant minister
at St. John's Church the past three years
have included administrative tasks,
pastoral work, liturgical functions and
outreach programs for the large
Film series set in
"How Long Can You Ignore?," a series
of films discussing controversial topics on
the American and world scenes today, are
being shown each Tuesday at 8 p.m. in
the Carolina Union Coffeehouse.
The . series, which began Feb. 9,
includes films on the plight of the
American Indian, the response of the
Negro to the Vietnam War and on the
events which surrounded the Democratic
Convention in Chicago in 1968.
Coffee and other refreshments follow
Spring in February is unusual in most places, but in Chapel Hill students just
take the freaky weather in stride and pretend there's nothing at all strange about
60-iegree readings on the thermometer. Bare feet and rolling in the grass are the
natural reactions. (Staff photo by Cliff Kolovson)
the films, while professors interested in
the topic lead informal discussions.
Tuesday, the featured film will be
"The Pride and the Shame," the story of
he. American Indian, America's forgotten :
minority. The situation, of the Indian on -and
off thei reservation is examined.
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the prices on our entire stock of brand new winter
men's fashions. NO SPECIAL GROUPS NOTHING
SHOP EAOLY AMD GAVE
We honor all charge cords
"No Vietnamese Ever Called Me
Nigger" will be the impetus for discussion
at the Coffee House on March 2. This
film explains the tensions and feelings of
tfie black community as expressed by a
group of : blacks : on - a march through
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