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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, April 16, 1975, Page 2, Image 2

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Th Daily Tar Hwl Wadimdiy, April 16, 1S7S of zoljLn czHooct' starring Olivia, ds, cf clj itCand directed by Michael Curtiz TODAY o 1 p.m. o GREAT HALL szirjt Kates to talk Specializing in custom work of original design by Carolista and Walter Baum for engagement rings and wedding bands. DIAMONDS Emeralds, Rubies, Sapphire Jewelry w Designer NCNB PLAZA (downtown) Chapel HUL N.C. 27514 Mon-Sat. 10-5:30 (919) 942-7004 Which really sounds besfe? Come in and see for yourself at the Maxell Tape Clinic. Bring your own cassettes and see how they compare on our oscilliscope screen. on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16 6 E. Main St. Carrboro. N.C cers roll G36K HEflHOXfo a a K icoupon L 12 Chopped Steak with baked potato and Texas Toast 890 with coupon thru April 15 oupon. . 11 . Ribeye Steak with baked potato and fresh salad and Texas Toast $1.79 with coupon thru April 15 ANY SIZE! for the price of i Monday thru Thursday for the price of with coupon thru April 1 Shrimp Platter with French Fries Or a baked potato and fresh salad and Texas Toast $2.29 with coupon thru April 15 J COUpon. 2 Sirloin Strip with baked potato and fresh salad and Texas Toast $2.99 with coupon thru April 1 5 mmm I uumuM-av- I I Winn IiHii I lL CP i$U BITCKE UP AW ROMANCE BeTORE IT EVEN 60T STARTED.1 CDHV CAN'T tfOU D06S HSLP PEOPLE INSTEAD OF BEIN6 SUCH A NUISANCE?.' UJEll.THERES THIS UTTtE MATTER OF NOT BEIN6 Allowed to vote, see... A 1BI CO , CALL ME, Ml KB, fr CO J Z? PLEASE f lU J HAVBA I well, n m$ okay, tony, urn this -last REPEAT FOR. WEEK. I HAD ROOT MIKE EXACTLY STRUCTURE CON- kjhat you eesnoN. TOLD ME1. NEEDED TO BE X ASKED MIKE, BUT HE MJLDN7 DO ANYTHING! I UASINASQNY! FINALLY, IN DESPERATION, X SPILT DIRT ON THE CARPET! MIKE CAME IN. .AND HE.. HE.. BEAT MY mm IS THIS TRUE? L Student Body President Bill Bates will meet with General Assembly members next week to voice his opposition to proposed increases in tuition for next year. Bates and five other student presidents irom the Consolidated University system were planning to appear before the appropriations subcommittee on higher education today, but postponed the plans until next week. The meeting will follow a set of coordinated rallies on most Consolidated University campuses to be held next Tuesday protesting the proposed tuition increases. "We felt it would be better if we saw how things were going by next week," Bates said. Originally the presidents had planned to go to Raleigh at the next meeting of the subcommittee, which they thought would be held next week. However, Mary Beth Spina, N.C. State University student body president, learned Monday that the meeting would be held today. Bates and the other presidents will meet informally with various senators on the Senate Appropriations Committee next Wednesday after the rallies, and then will address the subcommittee at the invitation of . f it r Chairperson u. Livingston owning, u Craven. Last week, the subcommittee proposed to cut the Consolidated University's budget by $73 million and raise tuition by $200 per year lor in-state students and $300 per year for out-of-state students. Student presidents from 13 of the 16 Consolidated University schools decided to hold rallies and meet with legislators during a meeting of the North Carolina Union of Student Body Presidents last weekend. .v.v Campus Calendar18 Today's Activities Important SaiBng Club mMttafl tonight. 209 Unton. Ptopte nNd4 to Iwlp wtth SAiSA final. Organizational mMting of th Carolina Court Ravtew. 730 pjrt, room 202, tha Union. Outing Oub mating, 7 pjn-, tha Union, to plan trip to Seneca Rocks. Bring any ride ot past trip tor an to enjoy. Botany Undergraduate Student Assoc organizational meeting. 5 pjn, Coker Room. Coker HaB. Botany and Biology majors Invited to attend. Dr. Richard A. RattJg. The Implementation ol the End Stage Renal Dfeeaae Program,' 3 pjn, 211 Old Divinity, Duke. Ten-minute meeting ol Young Republicans Club, 7 p.m., room 204, the Union. Dr. Donald Biough, Brown University. "Behavorial Contrast Effects Across the Sensory Con tin ua," 4p.rru, room 112, Davie. Last day to register for sexuality eM-awareness workshop on Friday and Saturday sponsored by Family Life Educational Assoc $30. CaM Mitch, S29-8170 or 966-1026. Black show featuring song and dance, 530 p-m., Chase. Free public Introductory lecture on TranscendeRtat Meditation, 7:30 pjn Orange Savings and Loan Assoc, 101 E. Rosemary St. Tickets for the Paul Winter Consort and Memphis Blues Caravan will be sold from noon to 130 In the Ptt. Meeting to plan Hiilel programs tor orientation and fafl semester, 4 pjn., Hillel Foundation. Open board meeting of A Woman's Place, 730 Buav, Presbyterian Student Center, 110 Henderson St AS groups meeting at a Woman's Place are urged to send a representative. TOURS of Wilson and Undergraduate Libraries, 3 pJ-, front steps of Wilson. American Revolution Skirmish and Bagpipe Memorial. 3 p.m., McCorkle Place at the Old Wei. Sponsored by the Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense. Upcoming Events Olivia de Havilland will speak on her career and the making of "Gone With the Wind," 8 p.m. Thursday, Memorial Has. Tickets are $1 at the Union desk. "Gone With the WW will be shown 830 p.m. Friday, Memorial HaiL. Ticket ere S04 at the Union desk. Carolina Readers present an adaptation of Euripides' The Trojan Women," 7 pjn. Saturday and Sunday, front step, of Uorehead Planetarium. Carolina Playmakers present Shakespeare's "Twelfth NtohC" 8 fMn. April 17 through 20 and April 24 through 27. Graham Memorial Tickets at 102 Graham Memorial or Udbener Ptckard. Items of Interest Office of the Attorney General is Interviewing for the paying Job of Judicial secretary. Typing skins required. If Interested m working on the SCAU committee investigating the campus food system, call 933-831 3 or come by SCAU office. Suite B. the Union. If Interested in being committee chairperson lor the International Handicrafts Bazaar, sign up for an interview at room 102, the Y. Student Government has 10 applications in Suite C. the Union lor the Spalding College 1 975 Derby Eve Crash Center for the Kentucky Derby. Derby tickets are $10. Turn in applications by Friday Interested in carpool from Henderson Tuesdays and Thursdays nest semester? Call Ann at 933-8442. A Woman's Place has a f He of high school students seeking part-time employment by babysitting, yardwork. etc. &r -ic 31 - .A44hrv. : Aeoc-Si ).: X . 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