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Wednesday, March TO, 1971
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The WTA program provided the campus with "temporary" buildings back in
the 40's. One of those temporary buildings, located behind Emerson field, fell
Tuesday. The final destruction (1.) obliterates part of campus history. The truck
(r.) is taking the remains of generations past to the graveyard or wherever old
buildings go when they die. (Staff photo by Cliff Kolovson)
Social change: topic
Duke University's YM-YWCA is having
a conference on "Vocations for Social
Change" tonight through Friday.
Interested UNC students are invited to
"With the onset of spring each senior
must ask himself 'what am I going to do
next year?' " said conference chairman
Marie Fortune. "The necessity of
self-support often prevents one from
choosing the most personally satisfying
The conference ..will " highlight rjob
.opportunities open..in. ','socially relevant
The keynote address, "A Redefinition
of Vocation in the Context of Social
Change," will be delivered by Paul
Cowan, author of "The Making of an
Un-American," tonight at 8 p.m. in the
New Chemistry Auditorium.
Panelists will include Henry Clark, a
religion professor at Duke; Harrison
Wellford, an assistant to consumer
advocate Ralph Nader; and Bill Geimer,
"deputy director of VISTA.
A second dimenstion of the
conference deals with specific job
opportunities. Workshops will be held in
the vocational areas of media, medicine,
law, education, social work, higher
education, religion and collectives.
In addition, recruiters from VISTA,
American Friends Service, Peace Corps
and the National Council of Churches will
be on campus as part of the Conference
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Thursday., a conference . for women
entitled, 'Beyond the- ''Professional
'Woman': Problems of Women's
Vocational Identity" will be held at noon
in 101 Duke Student Union.
Workshops on "Specific Alternatives
For Professional Commitment" will be
conducted at 3:30 p.m. at locations to be
A panel discussion on "Integration of
Vocation and Life-Style:
Counter-Cultural Alternatives" will
conclude the conference at 8 p.m. Friday
in the New Chemistry Auditorium.
Humor of W;B. Yeats
is talk subject
Dr. Vivan Mercier will discuss "The
Humor of W.B. Yeats" at 8:30 p.m.
March 17 in 101 Greenlaw.
The lecture, sponsored by the English
department and English club, is open to
Mercier is a professor of English at the
University of Colorado. His most recent
work, 'The New Novel from Queneau to
Pinget," was published last month.
N.C. Council on World Affairs, will
preside. Officers assisting with the
program are Vernon Culpepper of
Raleigh, Dr. Robert Seymour of Chapel
Hill; Mrs. Leslie Barnhardt of Charlotte;
and John Zunes of Chapel Hill.
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UoioEi head selection.
Interviews for the office of president of the Carolina Union are
scheduled for 3-5 p.m. Thursday. Any interested candidates should
sign up for an interview at the Union information desk. The Board of
Directors will meet on Tuesday, March 16, for the final selection.
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A program designed to provide
arguments for and against the assertion
that there is a U.S. military-industrial
complex will be held Thursday in
The 21st annual North Carolina
Conference on World Affairs has as its
theme 'The U.S. Military-Industrial
Complex: Fact or Fiction."
A critic of the defense establishment
and a Defense Department representative
have been asked to present facts and their
interpretation of the facts.
"The Fact" address will be presented
at 1 0 a.m. by Dr. H.L. Neiburg, professor
of political science at State University of
New York, Binghampton. "The Fiction"
aspects will be discussed at 1 1 a.m. by
Philip N. Whittaker, assistant secretary of
the Air Force. ,
There will be an opportunity for
members of the audience to question
speakers following the two speeches.
Dr. Loy Witherspoon, president of the
James D. Sink, a UNC junior has been
selected to receive a Reynolds
Scholarship for study at the Bowman
Gray School of Medicine.
He is one, of eight North Carolina
students accepted for enrollment at the
medical school in September who were
named Reynolds Scholars.
The scholarship program, sponsored
by the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation,
will provide each of the recipients
$18,000 during four years of medical
Selection of the scholars is made by
the medical school's committee on
admissions on the basis of character,
scholarship, potential as physicians and
The Placement Service has announced
that the following organizations will
recruit on campus during the week of
Monday, March 15: Jefferson
Standard Life Insurance Co.; Pilot Life
Insurance Co.; Dept. of the Navy; Philip
Morris U.S.A. '
Tuesday, March 16: American Bank
Stationery Co.: Boise Cascade Corp.:
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Administration (also interviewing for
summer positions); Minnesota Mutual
Thursday, March 19: The Kroger Co.;
Southside Country Day School; North
Carolina State Government; R.J.
Reynolds Tobacco Co.; Southern
Friday, March 19: Office of
.Education; National Life , and Accident
Insurance, VCo.;' John G. Muse, and Co.,
CPA's; Morris Harvey College.
OkSh forum slates!
A meeting on the pros and cons of
coeducational housing will be held
tonight at 9 in Kenan dormitory.
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Charlie Miller, governor of James
Residence College, said Tuesday the
meeting will be attended by the executive
boards of James and Kenan dormitores
and the residents of Kenan.
Miller invited all students to attend the
meeting, which he termed "an open
forum for all students to discuss this
, Drqt$ s cor
speaks here tonight
Dr. Klaus Biemann, professor of
chemistry at , Masschusetts Institute of
; Technology, is the next Venabk Lecturer
" to appear in the UNC series here today at
8:30 p.m. in 207 Venable Hall. The
public is invited.
The Austrian scientist lectures
extensively in the United States and
abroad, and is the author of a book on
His UNC lecture, at the invitation of
the Department of Chemistry, will be a
discussion of 'The Application of Mass
Spectrometry to Chemical and Biological
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