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16 The Tar Heel Thursday, June 17, 1971
bb, reading help free for students
by Charles Jeffries
Have you ever wondered why it is that after reading
for five hours, you can't remember what you've read?
Have you ever been plagued with the decision of
choosing a major or what to do when you graduate?
Well, you've got a friend.
The UNC Guidance and Testing Center in 019
Peabody offers help in educational and vocational
planning. Meanwhile the Reading Program in 204
Phillips Annex helps students improve their reading skills
and problems in exam taking.
The Guidance and Testing program is a free service,
but a charge of $2 is required to cover the supplies for
the reading program.
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Both are in full operation this summer.
The reading course is offered between the hours of
8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. It begins with individual testing
and continues until each student reaches the desired
level of improvement.
The procedure is quite flexible and varies with each
student, with different types of training and materials to
improve different reading skills. No credit is given for
the course and students enroll on a volunteer basis.
Although begun in the late forties and credited to an
idea by Dr. W.D. Perry of the School of Education, the
program's present format began in 1961.
About 110 students are presently enrolled in the
program this summer, with as many as 684 enrolled last
Students who have been unable to decide upon an
academic major, who are uncertain about their
vocational choice, or who are encountering academic
difficulties may find the Guidance and Testing Center of
The format of the Guidance Program consists of an
initial interview with a vocational counselor to discuss
the student's background, both academic and family.
The student then takes a battery of tests and inventories
according to the information gathered from the
When the results of the tests are received the student
and the counselor discuss them, exploring the vocational
significance of his interest, personality and aptitude.
The use of the Occupational Library is the next step
in finding out just what the job world holds for the
RAIN CHECK !
All You Good People Who Didn't
Fight The Mad Crowds Last Weekend,
Lots Of Impossible Deals
287 pairs of knit bells and flares, regularly to $25.00, grab lots
at $5.00 each.
592 pairs of stralight leg pants, including the most famous
name, regularly $16.95 to $32.50, now $8.50 to $16.25!
Entire stock Schiaparalli and Oleg Cassini shirts, regularly
$13.50 to $22.95, now whacked to $6.75 to $1 1.50.
Group pima cotton solid shirts cut from $12.95 to $6.50.
Group nationally advertised shirts to $15.00, solids and stripes
all at $6.99.
Entire stock short sleeve knit shirts to $10.00, going for $5.99.
Lots of suits regularly $85.00 to $135.00, now slashed to
$42.50 to $67.50.
Large group of sport coats regularly $55.00 to $85.00,
massacred to $27.50 to $42.50.
All You Fashion-Conscious Women
Who Aren't Familiar With Our
Schizophrenia Shop Are In For
An Exciting Surprise.
While Viewing All The Excitement, Take A Gander At All
Those Half Price Shirts, Dresses, Tops, Pant Suits, Midi Dresses
Entire stock costume jewelry at Half Price!
Group dresses to $25.00, going for $9.00 and group to $40.00
at wild $12.50.
Group party dresses, regularly to $60.00, at a mere $10.00.
Group bell bottoms to $18.00, going for $5.00.
A Milton's Summer Sale Is
Always A Happy Coin-Saving
Event, And You'll Find Our
Usual Amount of Impossible Dreams!
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Brauer lectures in Europe
European universities in Germany, the
Netherlands, and Switzerland have invited
Dr. Alfred T. Brauer, Kenan Professor
June 20 To The
And Her Band
"Help Me Make It
Through The Night"
Charlie Louvin And
The Midnight Cowboys
The Rhythm Rockers
2 Big Performances
2:00 & 7:00 P.M.
Also Amusement Rides,
212 Mile Trail Ride,
& Picnic Grounds
Located At Hillsborough
On I -85
Emeritus at UNC, to lecture this summer.
Born and educated in Berlin, tyr.
Brauer joined the UNC mathematics
faculty in 1941 and was appointed Kenan
Professor in 1959. Since his retirement in
1966, he has continued part-time
teaching at Wake Forest University.
New Items At Joe's
HAPPY HOUR 3 'Til 6
Fried Chicken, French Fries
& Cole Slaw 1.25
Barbecue, French Fries
& Cole Slaw
Veal Cutlets, French Fries,
Lettuce & Tomato 1.25
Fried Flounder, French Fries
& Cole Slaw 1.25
Grilled Ham Steak, French Fries
& Cole Slaw 1.25
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