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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, November 23, 1971, Page 2, Image 2

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2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, November 23, 1971 Students invited to help aids VLJDLOi 1H1 i - ' , i ? V x - S . -' , : it x , f f fff f i v1 i ' i I '-.;' I j Vs. ' ' (V v n it k '' - J J 1 " If' . - - - This UNC coed has solved the problem of riding a bicycle. Just stuff 'em in a basket - at photo by Leslie Todd) AV.W.V.VeVeV.VeS I :t!tVev.v.v.v. The UNC Accounting Club will meet Monday, Nov. 29 at 8 p.m. in T-7 New Carroll. Daniel L. Sweeney, director of Examination, AICPA-New York, will speak. The meeting is open to all interested persons. UNC Physics Colloquium: Professor Irving J. Lowe on "Free Induction Decay Behavior Near the Origin (A New Measuring Technique)"; today in room 265 of Phillips Hall at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Hal Rerlcha of the Department of the Corrections of the State of North Carolina will make a presentation of color slides on prison life in N.C. prisons at 7 p.m. Nov. 30 In Carroll Hall. The public Is welcome. All women interested In obtaining Information concerning contraceptives, problem pregnancies or other health services, call Switchboard, 929-7177. A woman volunteer counselor will return your call in a few minutes with the information you request. Tryouts for the Granville Residence College-sponsored production of Oscar Wilde's "Salome" will be held Dec. 1 2 and 3 at 7 p.m. In Graham Memorial. The show, set to run Feb. 17, 18, 19 and 20, is directed by Christopher Holder. Auditions are open to the public and all interested persons are encouraged to try out. Students who were initiated Into Phi Eta Sigma freshman honorary society last spring may pick up their membership certificates In 303D South Building. Applications for the next Law School Aptitude Test, which must reach Princeton before Nov. 26 for the Dec. 18 testing, can be picked up in Room 018 Peabody Hall. The Chess Club will meet tonight and every Tuesday night in Rooms 207-209 of the Union at 7 p.m. The math colloquium will be held today at 4 p.m. in Room 332, Phillips Hall. Phillip A. Griffiths will speak on "Holomorphlc Mappings." The Varsity Men's Glee Club will perform tonight at 8 p.m. in the Tuesday Evening Series to be held in Hill Hall. The UNC-Duke conversation of the history of science will be held tonight at 8 p.m. in the faculty lounge, Dey Hall. Mrs. Dan Dobbs will speak on "Alchemy and Seventeenth-Century European Thought." The physiology seminar will be held Wednesday in Room 106, Basic Medical Sciences Building at noon. Dr. Donald McAfee will speak on "Role of Cyclin AMP in Nervous System Function." LOST: Checkbook and philosophy book, "New Concepts in Philosophical Thought." Call Ramsey Potts. 929-1515. yi ffi ZfLXjL y y y y y y e DTH ad waic 5CHKUEPEK; 6R?I JU5T HEART A SONS ON THE ?AD0.ANDIT REMIN06P , ZD m CO LU 2 O O a T3 ) OL ZONtCBK FAST, CCC4 HAS TU BACfir1 MLO MAN! kick THE' : x ST1U.HOLOS TM'CAVSe what to do with books and friends while least the dog doesn't mind. (Staff I UJ is calendar I LOST: Ever-oak motorcycle helmet in St. Anthony Hall parking lot behind Carolina Inn. Call Cruger Gallendet, 933-4576. LOST: Black and white beagle pup with tan collar and flea collar. Vicinity Hillsborough Rd. and campus. Contact Lou Bonds, DTH, 933-1011. LOST: Brown tri-fold wallet in Woollen Gym. Keep money, return ID and license. Call Dennis, 933-2390. LOST: Thursday. 942-7321. Silver wire-rims in girls' gym Call Jane Sprague 966-3176 or LOST: Football lost or taken from 14 Old East. Please return immediately. LOST: Dark blue. Alpha Phi Omega wind-breaker outside Everett last week. Call Jim Hawkins, 933-1684. LOST: Brown leather purse with Initials "CKF". Keep money but please return pocketbook and contents. Call Faye Koonce to return and to collect $15 reward. 933-1915. LOST: Thick spiral notebook with name Becky Snider, near undergrad library. Urgently needed. Call 929-5238 or leave at DTH office for Evans. LOST: Ladies' yellow raincoat In Hardee's. Call 967-5101. $15 reward. LOST: Pharmacy and chemistry notebooks (green and gold) Tuesday in Student Stores. Desperately needed. Call 933-1807. LOST: notebook. Call Janet Mendelsohn at 933-1893. Reward offered. LOST: six month old kitten, black with small mixtures of red and cream. In vicinity of 400 McCauley Street. Call Bob at 966-2112 (9-5) or 967-7293 (after 5 p.m.) LOST: reddish-tan shepherd mongrel, black nose, white-tipped til, Jonah. Collars and tags. Reward. Call 929-6908 (home) or 966-1131 (office). Ask for Rita. LOST: call Tom money. brown wallet with all I.D.'s. Please at 967-5073 or 968-9053. Keep LOST: one pair of gold wire-rimmed glasses in brown alligator case. In or between Dey Hall and Granville East. $5 reward. Call Jean at 933-17C8. LOST: some time ago I lost, or had stolen, one red flight bag with leather basketball in it. $5 reward. No questions asked. Call David Langan, 206 Smith. FOUND: gold wire rims In front of School of Nursing. Check Union Inf-matlon desk. y y y y yk y y y y xf. MAVBE $0MW IF WE GET MARRiEP. I'LL CALL UK TH15 U1HEN YOU'RE AT UOftCANP HL TELL HOU I'MTHlNKlNS l M ,50RW, VOUR CALL PiP NOT 60. THR0U6H... PLEASE UP.AKDPONOTOiAL A6AIN1 about m..ii)(wu voa like that: UNC students are invited to participate Ln Christmas House, a community project sponsored by the Junior Service League to benefit the children of needy families in the Chapel HiU-Carrboro area, to be held Dec. 13. Students can help by donating used but repaired toys and clothing to the project or by giving of their time. All items are needed in advance to allow time for necessary repair. "Christmas House is an unusual type of Christmas project in which the town's indigent families are given gifts Ln a way which will preserve the dignity of the recipients to the maximum extent," said Mary Anderson, a member of the Christmas House Publicity Committee. "Christmas House is a large hall at the Roberson Street Community Center, Registered frosh may get forms Freshmen who have preregistered with their advisors may have their preregjstration forms processed next Monday morning at Memorial Hall. Dr. John K. Nelson, dean of General College, said students can pick their forms up and have them stamped from 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday at Memorial. Freshmen who have not preregistered should meet with their advisors from Monday to Dec. 10, Nelson said. Fund drive aids lawyer in Ayden A drive to raise funds expenses of civil liberties for the legal lawyer Jerry Paul in defending protestors arrested in Ayden is being conducted by the N.C. Legal Defense Fund (NCLDF), according to Secretary-Treasurer Lawrence D. Kessler. Paul is the lawyer working for the Pitt County United Effort Coalition. Forty-four protesters, including 25 UNC students, were arrested in Ayden earlier this month during a march against alleged police brutality. More than 700 arrests have been made in Pitt County during demonstrations against the killing of William Murphy by Highway Patrolman Billy Day last Aug. 6. Kessler said the NCLDF is working to raise bond for possible future arrests as the demonstrations continue. Anyone interested in contributing to Paul's legal fund, posting a cash or property bond or contributing to a bond guarantee fund, should contact the N.C. Legal Defense Fund, Box 616, Chapel Hill. EVELYNS OPEN 9 to Sat 9 6 Open THANKSGIVING Day FEATURING TOP NAME BRANDS SWEATERS Reg. 12.00 20.00 NOW 5.88 to 11.22 SUEDE LEA THER BELTS - Reg. $8 & $10 NOW ONLY $4.00 & $5.00 MIX & MATCH! MAX SKIRTS, HOT PANTS, MIDRIFF BLOUSES AND SLACKS From $3.66 to $6.66 Located on 15-501 Blvd in Ketteridge Suit Market Just Revond Eastgate PlPJA MISS ME? filled with new and refurbished items arranged much like goods in a supermarket," she said. "This year, 670 children from 240 families have been invited to 'shop at the house." The Junior Service League compiles a list of eligible families in the fall Names are obtained from the Orange County Department of Social Service, the County Health Department, the American Red Cross, the Inter-Church Council and the Multipurpose Center. The selected families are given shopping tickets in quantities according to the number of children in the family. On the day of the Christmas House, the parents shop for the items most needed for their children. A section called the "Teenage Boutique" was started two years ago to cover older children. A :z - t : ... J Am The Daily Tar Heel has run thousands of pictures of mothers and their little kids or people and their dogs. The exoJio Dr. Alan J. Wabrek, gynecologist and obstetrician at the Center for the Study of Sex Education in Medicine in Philadelphia, will speak at 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 29, on "Variations in Sexual Behavior" in the Great Hall. His talk will cover both male and female homosexuality, bisexuality and transvestism. Wabrek has been interested in various Ladies Dept. Weekdays Sun I 0 RAINCOATS Reg. 17.00 NOW 8.88 MAS I ERCHARGE & BANKAMERICARD Prescriptions Accurately FKied Lenses Duplicated Headquarten For Qusitty Contact Lenses Fitted Contact Lens Accessories tctans John and Lb Southern 121 E. Franklin St Between Vanity Theatre and Intimate League volunteers are present at the Christmas House to aid families in selecting items. Repaired toys and clothing are gathered as early as June and the collection continues until early December. League members, members of the community, scout troops. University students and church groups all participate in refurbishing the items. "Toys of all kinds are welcome," Mrs. Anderson said, "especially wheeled toys (bicycles, tricycles, and the like) and dolls which are in short supply. Also needed are infant and toddler clothes up to size "The Junior students to help effort. We feel Service League urges in this all-community the Christinas House editor to aspects of marriage counseling and sex education. He is presently editor of the question and answer department of "Sexology" magazine and a member of the Marriage Council of Philadelphia. He has also had numerous articles published in several medical journals and magazines. Wabrek has taught human sexuality it HAVE YOU GIVEN MUCH THOUGHT TO 1 WHAT YOU'LL BE DOING TOMORROW? Finding a job that gives you satisfaction isn't easy today. Not in a world as con fusing and com plex as ours. 1 ButthePaul ist finds a fre quent joy in his own way of life and values that are lasting. - As a Paulist he I may counsel a run away youth, listen to the problems of a ganize a Home f,- Mass or conduct C a forum on nar cotics. Because Paulists have al ways been pioneers in communi cations, he may communicate through the printed word or through mass media such as radio, films or television. Whatever tool he chooses, the Paulist gets his "message" through. Can you think of any other life that will provide more inner satisfaction for you? For more information about the Paulist priesthood write to: ! SRev. Donald C. Campbell, J No. 200. 415 West 59th Street New York, N.Y. 10019 8 V V ' L . renders a true service to the commur.iry. both in terms of the families ho in helped and also the sense of community spirit it renders among those who o:k for its success." the Christmas House is marking its 20th year of operation since its inception as the Empty Stocking Fund started in 195 1. Families in the Chap; HiU-Carrboro area would adept a spectfic needy family and pack a box of food, toys and clothes for this family. .Anyone having nems to wishing to know more about how he car. help should call Polly Moreau r 942-1875. Umi donations, wmch ar? greatly needed to purchase new item, may be sent to Christmas House. Box 374, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514. "1 gentleman on the left is as surprised as we are to see all these elements in one photo. (Staff photo by Cliff Kolovson) Beak and marital enrichment at the Universi? of Pennsylvania. His speech is sponsored by the Carolina Union Current Affair Committee and the Human Sexualin Committee. Students in Health Education V Topics in Human Sexuality, will atteni this lecture as a class. The public : invited to attend. u y o asssfie Schnauzers SilKys, Scotties, Shik TUZ Llassos. Red Irish Setters, Yorkies. Dashhou- Pugs Bostons Toy or Min. Pood Other AKC puppies. Raleigh, 833-4396. NORFOLK: Will pay generously to tae so- newspapers to Norfolk Wednesday; Co'V Stephen Jones 309 Carr, 933-9348. 1962 Ford Fairlane: light blue w new : auto, trans, good radio, heater, near p"' physical shape, perfect running conditio. v -make offer. 542-4082. Plttsboro. NEED RIDERS TO PHILADELPHIA, i-. Wednesday afternoon. Call Peggy 933-2?--- Urgently need female TUTOR in Chen--.-, during Thanksgiving Vacation. Call 9 3 3--.: anytime. DEAREST H.E.W.. Happy Thanksgiving. Wuhmm. I love you. Uhmm vuh" Sony TC 500 A Tape Recorder. 4 yea-: Originally $400. Good condition. Na ; Will bargain. See In 206 Bingha-929-3717. Authentic African Material, Exotic Earr.-g-. ; Mask. African Shop. Upstairs over CIS Zoom Zoom. 105 N. Columbia, ope- -Thurs.. Sat., until 6 p.m. UNITED FREIGHT SALES: STEPEC three brand new stereo component s,:'e Garrard turntable. AM-FMFM stereo powerful solid state amplifier, four audio system. Jacks for extra spea-ers, Input and output, and dust cover. To t nLi1!'95 ,ach- They y msce:re: o2 ,! r,,flht Sals 1005 East Whitta-er Road, Raleigh. "69 VW Sedan. Pont. Exec. Pont. Exec. Stat vu ai. et, 919-362-6974. J 'TN - fi.4 wcase - Just S3 P.?H?:WrJU: Richd McCleery. P.O. Et Pittsburgh, Pa. 15230 cSrSr.rflMV 1964 C""t Super Sr tlres. Call Trey. 942-5362. Anytime. fib-oSS'-V Pac,fic Catamaran. Ncrt' OTS w'-,VVy fj,t- 1or experienced "'y! $1475. Call 933-7143. IfliZfiJLf.-' W ,win c. needs t.-e 929 5659 iUn- sm" P' ' ; "MNTED: for The Ftres T'? to work sa: 942-2674. a year at lejs:. JoJ cDJ:USTOM r. hew tat sooa cond.. Must Sell. cu Q.7n7i ... Harvey. 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