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Wednesday, September 8, 1971
omen told awarenes
The Daily Tar Heel
Association of Women Students (AWS)
will be moving in a new direction this
year, said AWS President Cathy
Miss Cauthorne told a Monday night
organizational meeting the purpose of
AWS this year is to "make women aware
of what is available to them on campus."
"We want AW"S to be a channel for
what women want. If there's something
you want to do we'll back you if it's at all
feasible," she continued.
Miss Cauthorne outlined the projects
planned by AW'S members for the coming
year and explained the purposes of the
organization to new members.
o organize nere
A member of presidential candidate
Sen. George McGovern's staff will visit
UNC Thursday afternoon to organize
students for a local campaign.
Kirby Jones will talk at 4 p.m. in the
Great Hall of the Student Union. A
question and answer session will follow.
"He will talk about the McGovern
campaign in general and how students can
get involved in the campaign," said Becky
Hannah, one of McGovern's local campus
organizers. "Jones will gear his
suggestions to the local level."
A 1960 UNC graduate, Jones was
campaign manager for Al Lowenstein in
his successful 1968 bid for a New York
seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Upon graduation from UNC, Jones
worked in Greensboro with Manpower
Development Corporation, a group which
trains unskilled workers.
He directed field operations for Dick
Ottinger in his New York campaign for
the U.S. Senate last year.
An organizational meeting for the
McGovern campus campaign is tentatively
set for 7:30 p.m., Sept. 15 in the Student
"One of the campus campaign's top
priorities will be voter registration," said
The National McGovern organization
will sponsor a voter registration drive Oct.
Sen. McGovern CD-S.) became the first
announced candidate for the 1972
presidential election last January. He has
served in the U.S. Congress for 12 years,
four in the House of Representatives and
eight as U.S. Senator
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Piar.s ::r V. er" v.ee.;. fi
women's activities, were Ji.u
committee wis f.rmei to
defense course. Other
scheduled ir..l-de i !.-t-:e vv
Storaska. noted expert ' - self-defer., j
group of films of mtvrest to w -.mer.. -J
a panel discus?i-'.r. v pr;mir.er.t Ch.pr!
A research committee ,-r.
status will collect
committee w ill .. o r
division of the Depurtmer.
opportunities tor w -.-mer..
equipment for area day care centers.
Miss Cauthorne hopes activities of
AWS '"will make women aware of the
discrimination against them."
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Small cIjvm?s h.ie the jdantage of being able to go outside
and relax a little while t ill ennvuming ast knowledge. At
least, it looks more relaxing. (Staff photo by John l.elln
Scholarship aid amounting to $4. TOO
will be awarded to law students by the
UNC Law School's Student' Br
Foundation this year.
Twelve scholarships, totaling S3, 200.
will be panted this tall and $1,500 in
scholarships will be ghen second
The Student Bar Foundation is a
1 t r
The Foundation grew
Student Bar A-sociati on
government of the I'NC law School.
The SBF sch la:Nh:p funds come from
contribution irom private individuals
and organization, fund-raising projects
and contributions from law students.
Ld Embree. SBF President. saiJ.
"Because we're working to help fellow
students we have had a great deal of
"We give away 5 per cent of our
contributions in the form of scholarships
and we don't salt very much away m the
form of endowments."
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one of the top insurance
counsellors in this com
pany. And we're not too
modest to sa we're one
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the country. What does
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ou talk insurance to a
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'"It's important,' he vi:J. " ;
students to get some form of :r.
aid. It's very difficult, epecia'.'.v .! .
the first year, to hold down a i K .
to law school.
"We're continual!) .t'yvrc :
funds." said 1-mbree. "Or.e '.
pr.Mects will he a lil'B Wareh o
alter a football game. SIU" .
act as salesmen ."
I mbree said SBF :!! v .
advisory service for law vtu.l-e-'-
financial aid later this fall
Tonight marked the opening
show at the Morehead Plane! a
"Solarama." Curtain time was v ;
instead of the usual 8:30 shown:,
"Solarama" will be given m
through Oct. IS. and will portr.r.
'Family of the Sun' as seen in a J
written and produced by Mother N
herself," reports planetarium starr-. : '
" 'Solarama' will emphasie the
the sun on the planets, particular . '
four closest to the center of ;..:
system: Mercury, Venus, I ar'1.
Highlighting the production will v
gravitational force of the sun a it .: '
Mercury, effects of the high temper j1
on Venus, and the sun's relation to !
in making life possible.
Admission in 75 cents for .(.;'.:
through age 11,51 for students thr .
college , and SI. 25 for adults. All
is on a first-come, first-served baso.
Programs for the next year in.'
annually presented "Star of Wonder.
Christmas pageant dealing with the : "
of Bethlehem as seen by science an i
the Scriptures, and "The I
Story 'full of pageantry and n.
scriptural view of his un:-.v
"Stonehenge lit Al." will be brought '
by popular demand, with "Curio- "
Cosmos," "Sky Safari" ar i
Sagittarius Secret" comp!et:rv
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