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Friday, Feb. 14. 1975
AU arc Invited to dinner at 6 and worship at tonight, the
Hillel Foundation. Call 942-4057 by noon lor reservation.
A Valentine's Day square dance will be sponsored by the
University Women's Club Newcomers at tonight, the
Community Church. Tickets, $1.50 par parson. Light
refreshments and soft drinks wHI be served.
Coma to "discotheque Dana," 10 tonight at Morrison's
large social lounge. Free! Food, drink and fun! Gala night
sponsored by KO chapter of Deri Sigma Theta Sorortty, inc.
Campus Chest flicks 7 and 9 tonight In CarroB, including
Laurel and Hardy, Charlie Chaplin, the Mara Brothers, W.C.
Fields. Admission te $1.
Dr. Howard Schneider, director of the Institute of Nutrition,
win discuss the world food situation, 530 tonight at Dr.
Seymour Halleck's home. Rides leave the Y Building between
5 and 5:15. Sign up in the Y office.
Items of Interest ! . .
Volunteers! Help paint ECOS collection boxes Saturday.
Call 929-9273 for rides or directions. Recyclers: remember to
check schedule at ECOS office.
Teague Dorm wSi have a Victory Party 9 pjn. Saturday In
the basement social room. Free. Good music and bear.
I Musid dl Cappetla della Collins w perform English'
Baroque works S pjn. Saturday In 400 New East. The Dt-Phf
Societies Invite the public.
"The Throw-Away Ethic," an educational conference to.
discuss the proposed legislation for minimum deposit on
beverage containers, 10 S-m. to 4 pjn. Saturday, Room 229
Social Sciences, Duke University.
Volunteers are needed for the United Jewish Appeal
mailing 330 pjn. Sunday, the Hiliel Foundation. Call 942
4057 or 929-8894 for more Info.
The Chapel Hlil Health Coalition win meet 4 p.m. Sunday,
2nd floor lounge of the School of Public Health. Anyone
interested in local health issues and consumer-oriented
action Is invited.
Wesley Foundation worship 1 1 a.m. Sunday; Lucy Austin Is
preaching. Pot luck lunch following. If you can't bring a dish,
bring a dollar.
Wesley Foundation Graduate Group win meet 4 to I p-m.
Sunday In the Wesley Foundation upper lounge for Dr. Joy
Kasaon's slide presentation, "Utopian Themes In American
Los and bagel brunch for professors, graduate and
professional students 1130 am. to 130 p.m. Sunday, the
Tickets for the Playmakers production, The Miracle
Workers," are now on sale, $Z50- Play wia run Feb. 20-23 and
Feb. 27-March 2.
The Order of the Valkyries is now accepting nominations of
Junior and senior women whose contributions to University,
life have been outstanding. Non-student women may be
nominated H they have contributed to the University
community. Nomination forms, available at the Union desk,
are due by Feb. 28.
H you are Interested In applying for scholarships, grants,
loans or work-study and have not received a 1975-76 Student
Aid Application, pick one up at the Student Aid Office, 300
Vance. Students may also apply for 1975 PACEVfulttime
work-study in their home counties by picking up forms at the
Aid Office. An student aid forms are due March 1.
News briefs .
Tamer Tballotts out soon
Carrboro bus vote pushed
by George Bacso
A vast majority of Carrboro residents
favor the holding of a new public
transportation referendum, a survey
coordinated by members of the UNC
Biostatistics Department shows.
Harriet Imrey, Carrboro Public
Transportation Commission chairman, was
to present the results of the survey to the
Carrboro Board of Aldermen Tuesday
night in an effort to schedule a referendum
this spring before students leave town for the
For the first time in Mayor Robert Wells'
four years in office, however, the board
failed to reach a quorum as only half its
members showed up. The survey results will
thus be presented Monday night at a special
A referendum to establish a bus system
was narrowly defeated in May, 1973, but the
election was held after many students
already had left school. The study also shows
that Carrboro's population has changed
The survey estimates 87.5 per cent of all
Carrboro residents favor the holding of such
a referendum and indicates whether the
resident is affiliated with UNC as a student,
faculty or staff member made little difference
in his support of public transportation.
Ninety-three per cent of all UNC students
and 83 per cent of all UNC faculty and
personnel residing in Carrboro want a
referendum called, whereas 83 per cent of all
other residents favor a referendum.
Race and type of residence also made
slight differences in an individual's response:
87 per cent of whites favor having a
referendum, as do 82 per cent of black
respondents. Although apartment dwellers
are strongly in favor of public transportation
with 93 per cent, the corresponding
percentage among residents living in single
family homes is 78 per cent.
Calling the study multi-faceted, study
coordinator Dr. Mildred Francis said it
revealed several recent changes in
Carrboro's population. The survey found
that UNC faculty and staff members
comprise 17 per cent of Carrboro's total
population; students, 42 per cent; and
others, 40 per cent.
Carrboro's population has almost
doubled since the May 1973 referencum was
defeated, the survey found.
Of all eligible Carrboro voters, only 36 per
cent are registered to vote: Of these, 76 per
cent are in favor of holding a referendum. In
addition, 74 per cent of those persons not
currently registered indicated that the
possibility of being able to vote on a public
transportation referendum would persuade
them to register immediately.
Imrey warned that the board must take
swift action in applying for a referendum if
they decide to do so. State statutes require
that a town wait at least 50 days after calling
a special election for the actual election date.
Imrey said the town must move quickly so
the election can be held before students go
home for the summer.
Each year the University presents eight
awards to fulltime members of its faculty for
excellence in undergraduate teaching.
The Tanner Awards and the AMOCO
Foundation Good Teaching Awards carry
stipends of SI 000 each.
The Nicolas Salgo Distinguished Teacher
Award carries a prize of $1500.
Dr. Joel J. Schwartz, chairman of the
Student-Faculty Committee on
Distinguished Teaching Awards, said
Wednesday he hopes for a large expression
of student opinion.
"We will write letters to all professors who
get a substantial number of ballots," he said,
"just to let them know some of their students
Nominating ballots for the eight
University distinguished teaching awards
will be available starting Monday through
Nominations for the teaching awards can
be made by any undergraduate student and
any full-time faculty member.
Ballots will be available in the following
locations: the undergraduate library, the
Union, Chase Cafeteria, the YMCA, the
Health Sciences Library and South Building
Midnight Monday is the deadline for
getting 1975 North Carolina license plates
for your car. After that, motorists with 1974
plates face a maximum $50 fine.
In Orange County, plates may be picked
up at the Triangle Tire Company, on W.
Main Street in Carrboro. The license fee this
year is $14, plus a $1 city tax, and must be
paid in cash.
parade is today
Kids of all ages drag out your Valentine
costumes, drape streamers on your 10
speeds and boogie down to Franklin Street
It's the 4th annual Chi Psi Valentine's Day
The parade will congregate by Silent Sam
at 3:45 p.m.
The Kalamazoo Kazoo Band will usher all
cupids down Franklin Street, up Mallette
Street and into the Chi Psi Lodge for a
Nothing is worse than soggie Valentine's
costumes, so if it rains the parade will be
Saturday at 1 1 a.m.
Chaplain to be
The Rev. Thomas B. Woodard will be
installed as the UNC Episcopal chaplain at
noon today during a service and ceremony in
The Rt. Rev. Moultrie Moore, suffragan
bishop of North Carolina, will lead the
service, aided by UNC students, faculty
members and chaplains.
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163 E. Franklin St
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A native of Kansas. Woodard previously
served as a chaplain at the University of
Rochester, Central Missouri State
University and the University of Kansas.
only six weeks
The waiting period for diagnosis of
gonorrhea is six weeks, not six months as
reported in a Wednesday article on rape.
may win big
Anyone who purchases a Yackety Yack
before 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 21, will be
eligible to win a student section ticket to the
N.C. State basketball game in Carmichael
Auditorium on Feb. 25.
Yackety Yacks, $8, may be purchased
from 1-5 p.m. weekdays in Suite D of the
Union. The winner will be announced at 5
p.m., Feb. 21.
Lake to open
at noon Sunday
University Lake will open for boating on
Sunday this year, instead of the usual March
1 opening date.
Lake Warden Lester Foley said Thursday
that rentals will start at noon Sunday.
Hours for the lake are: Tuesday through
Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to sundown; Sunday,
noon to sundown; and Monday, closed.
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