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Tuesday, September 23, 1971
Business meeting tonight
Jl TULltlOIl 111
The Daily Tar Heel
by Norman Black
Carolina Against Tuition (CAT), a
group of UNC students concerned with
the recent hike in out-of-state tuition,
will hold a business meeting at 7:30 p.m.
today in 101 Greenlaw.
Items on the agenda include the
organization of a committee to fashion a
questionnaire to be y:nt to all out-otetate
students and discussion of the groups'
Jerr Harder. whairmm of the
organization, said the questionnaire w:!l
be designed to assess the impact of the
non-resident tuition hike.
"There has really not been any
full-scale study made to determine the
impact of this tuition increase on the
individual out-of-state student at this
L'r.r.cr itv.' Harder said. "We need this
information for our court
thus is one way to get it."
Harder added CAT now
their legal efforts with the American C :-.-.!
Liberties Union (ACLL) m Greensboro.
"When Carolina Against Tuition was
set up thus summer, we talked to Joe
Stalling? (student body president) and he
agreed to cooperate with us and possibly
provide funds," Harder said, adding: "We
were going to combine our efforts with
The UNC chapier of Sigma Delta Chi, a
national professional journalistic society, will
hold an open house tonight at 7:30 p m. in the
second floor lounge of Howeii Han. A student
does not have to be a journalism major to come
All sociology majors are reminded of the
meeting at 7:30 p.m. tonight in 08 Peabody.
There will be presentations and discussion of
the job market for AB's in sociology, of
graduate schools and of a student organization.
Refreshments will be served.
See Lawrence Ferlmghetti meet Allen
Gmsburg ... in a film about both poets,
"Dream of Wild Horses." Be carried far, far
away from the here and now. Wesley
Foundation coffee shop, Wednesday at 9 and
STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE MEETING:
Wednesday at 9 p.m. Check Union information
All people interested in working for the
publicity committee of the Carolina
Symposium are invited to attend a meeting
Thursday at 7 p.m. in Suite A of the Union.
Those interested in doing volunteer work at
the Community School for People Under
please sign up at the AWS office in Suite C.
An organizational meeting of the Sierra Club
will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. at Dreyfus Hall,
Research Triangle Institute to plan local outings
and discuss conservation probelms. All
interested people are welcome. For more
information, call Dr. Ron Chandross at
907 -1758, or Jerome Kohl at 833 -2972.
All graduate student departmental budgets
submitted for approval on or before September
16, have been released for disbursal. Treasurers
of these departments should come by 254 C of
the Carolina Union if there are expenditures to
Any freshman interested in joining the
Freshman Council should apply by writing to:
Freshman Council, co Joe Stallmgs, Box 47,
Carolina Union, Univ. of N.C., Chapel Hill, N.C.
Leo Jenkins, president of F.l Carolina
University, wiH ',pea on restructuring higher
education and deconsolidation of the
University today at 8 p.m. in room 202-204 of
The organizational meeting of Student
National Education Association will be held
today m 104 Peabody at 7 p.m. A guest speaker
will be present and interested students will be
able to join at this meeting.
The Tuesday Evening Concert Series will
feature a Woodwind O nr't! tonight in Hill Hal
at 8 p.m.
The fall meeting of the Chapel Hill ECOS
will be held tonight at 8 p.m. in 207-209 of the
Carolina Union. Dr. Ernie Carl of the Zoology
Department will report on the fJew Hope
project. Volunteers are needed for typing,
public speaking and reportingediting on two
monthly publications. Dues-paying members
are urged to attend in order to vote for the new
Steering Committee and delegates to the Board
of Directors of ECOS. Inc.
Professor William H. Jean will address a joint
colloquium today at 4 p.m. in room T-5 of New
Carroll Hall. He will speak on "Some Problems
in Estimation of the Third Moment of Portfolio
Returns" to the group in finance and
curriculum in operations research and systems
The UNC Jewish community, faculty,
students and others are invited to attend Yom
Kippur services at the Hiilei House, 20 W.
Cameron Avenue, today at 7:30 p.m. and
Wednesday at 10 a.m.
There will be a meeting of the Carolina
Readers today at 4 p.m. in 103 Bingham.
Everyone is invited to attend.
The Appalachian Folk Committee of the
Carolina Symposium 1972 will meet in Suite A
of the Union tonight at 7 p.m. All those
interested are urged to attend.
FOUND: One wallet, Virginia drivers licence
to Lawrence Dickenson and other personal
cards. Call 933-1605 to claim.
FOUND: Spaidmq tennis racket, in street
Chase. C a I 933-8181 to identify a-d
FOUND: Sterling silver monogram ring, m
Wilson Library parking lot. Call 929-5206
Anderson to identify and claim.
FOUND: Pair of wire-rimmed glasses, in
third floor women's bathroom, Greenlaw. Can
be picked up at Union Desk.
LOST: Beagle puppy, male, 3 months.
Answers to "Hancho." Call 967-2393 if you
have any information concerning the
where-abouts of this dog. REWARD.
LOST: Brown and white male collie
resembling Lassie. Has owner's name and
number on collar. If found, please can
967-6368, Dr. CP. Vincent.
LOST: Small female Irish Setter, 9 months
old, with white star on chest. Answers to
"Heather." Call 967-4955. $10 REWARD.
LOST: Brown wallet. Need ID'S. Call Betsy
Laurent, 942-4944. REWARD.
LOST: Buiova watch. If found, call
966-2596 anytime after 3 p.m.
LOST: Gold bracelet Movado watch. Has
great sentimental value. Can 9333372.
LOST: Light brown boy's wallet containing
ID. license and other papers. Call 933-4791.
LOST: "Samoyed Husky," fluffy white dog
with curly tail. Answers to "Wolfgang." Call
942-1175 and leave message for Jane.
LOST: Pair of horn-rimmed glasses in leather
case, inside or between House Library and
Howell Hall. Contact Henry Farber, 311 Lewis,
LOST: Wallet at the game, containing
important ID'S. Contact Ron Hankins at
LOST: Books, watch and notes. Will the girl
who took them please return them to Jamie
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the group of students at N.C. State. ir.
the latter put cf Auru-t. they reported
they had found a lawe: and needed
S ! 000 retainer
"They uould raise $500 is we would
raise the remacnung $503. 'We were hoping
Joe would be able to contribute at lea-:
$250, but the money did not come. So
we lost any chance we had of initiating a
court test before school started. We have
now combined our efforts with the
Stallmgs agreed a court case should be
pursued, but denied offering mone t.
the student group.
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N.C. Jaycees and the Conservation
Council of North Carolina will jointly
sponsor the first statewide environmental
rally Columbus Day. Oct. 12, in
The rally, which will begin at 8 p m. in
the Greensboro Coliseum, will be free to
Stewart Udall, former secretary of the
interior, and Sen. Robert Packwood,
(R-Ore.) will be keynote speakers for the
program. A third speaker is yet to be
Also taking part in the program will be
Governor Bob Scott, Senators Sam Ervin
and B. Everett Jordan (D-N.C.) and the
entire N.C. Congressional delegation, as
well as representatives from neighboring
In addition to program duties, Udall,
Scott and the unannounced keynoter
plan to make airport stops at four cities
to deliver speeches concerning the
The announced gubernatorial
candidates will also speak at the cities -Raleigh-Durham,
Sponsors hope the rally will provide
those concerned with the environment an
opportunity to get involved.
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Place. (Staff photo by Tad Stewart)
Groups to discuss
Three local welfare organizations plan
to sponsor an October hearing for
discussion of the current proposals for
The hearing, resulting from a recent
meeting of the National Welfare Rights
Organization in Providence. R.I. will be
open to the public.
Sponsors are the Orange County
Welfare Union. the Women's
International League for Peace and
Freedom and Young World Development.
The date and time of the meeting will
be announced later.
The main purpose of the hearing,
according to Mr. Roy McAdoo, Orange
County Welfare Union Ji.ttriTun.
determine the eiieciivenc o! ti N
Family Assistance Plan m "unders'..-.!
I'xperts m the iield . ' well.ire rr;
will present statements comparing
present system with the Pred-c
proposed plan. 1 he speakers w '. '!
respond to questuns ttom a p
Audience participation wi!l
The groupss, in sponsoring vu
hearing, hope to activate the public ,
seeking significant change in the si t
welfare reform, a spokesman said
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