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BEER DRINKER'S QUICK QUIZ
Just to kill a minute or two, why don't you match your own
beer-drinking habits and preferences against those of the
Budweiser Brewmaster. While you're taking the test, it might
be a good idea to cover up the answers with a cold can or two
of the King of Beers.
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.When you do use a glass, do you ease the beer down
the side? Or do you pour it down the middle to get
a nice head of foam?
How much foam do you like on a glass of draught
beer? None at all Q One inch Q One and a half to
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UDo you like to drink your beer in little sips? Big
swallows? Something in between?
Which do you like best?
Canned beer Bottled beer Draught beer
K Which beer is brewed by "exclusive Beechwood Ageing
with natural carbonation to produce a better taste and
a smoother, more drinkable beer?" Budweiser Some
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The Student Consumer Action Union
(SCAU) is now distributing its 1975 edition
of the Southern Part of Heaven?, a guide for.
student apartment hunters.
The new apartment guide will be available
free of charge at the Union desk, the
Undergraduate Library and the SCAU
office in Suite B of the Union.
The new edition contains general
information about local apartments and a
list of complaints received from tenants in a
survey. The book also contains a section on
landlord-tenant relations and the legal
aspects of renting.
"Vietnam Today A Firsthand Report,"
a slideshow and discussion program by
editor Irwin Silber, will be presented at 3
p!m. Saturday, April 19, in room 202 of the
Silber, editor of the Weekly Guardian, an
independent radical newspaper, traveled
widely in North Vietnam and areas of South
Vietnam now controlled by the Provisional
The program is sponsored by the Chapel
Hill Peace Center and the New American
Golden Fleece to tap
The Order of the Golden Fleece will hold
its annual tapping ceremony at 8 p.m. Friday
inGerrard Hall. Chapel Hill Mayor Howard
Lee will be the guest speaker.
Founded in 1904, the Order of theGolden.
Fleece is the oldest and highest honorary
society at UNC and selects its members for
outstanding leadership, integrity, service
and exceptional achievement in a particular
field of endeavor. . -
In the D1H Wednesday, April 16, 1975, it
was reported that the Chapel Hill Board of
Aldermen requested $465 million in federal
funds. The amount should have read
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Interested In editorial staff positions to reception at 3 p jn. in
the second floor lounge, Greenlaw. Students with critical
andor business interests are encouraged to attend.
Folk dance tonight at 730, Tin Can. Sponsored by the
Association of International students. Free admission and
Schedule of Events
Friday, April 18
8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., 111 Murphey Hall.
Showings of films, sign-up for workshops,
and a short description of the festival activities.
Saturday, April 19
12:00 noon. Animation Workshop, Dr. Ralph Wileman
and Horace Hoff, 02 Peabody Hall.
Vr Inch Video Workshop, Woody Woodward and
Paul Edwards, Carolina Union.
Critique of Films. Calvin Pryluck, 01 Swain.
2:30 p.m.. Film Graphics Workshop, Raymond Simone,
Ranch House Restaurant, Airport Rd.
Continuity, Jim Vaseff, 01 Swain.
Community Media Organization, Bill Richardson,
111 Murphey Hall
6:00 p.m. - 11:30 a.m.. Showings of festival films. Bill
Richardson of the Appalachian Workshop Films
Judges: Stan Woodward, Maggie Dent, Wayne Williams
Sunday, April 20
11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Brunch at the Ranch House.
Awards at 2:00 p.m., showings of Festival Winners.
Presented by the Carolina Union & NC Council of Arts.
"Career Opportunities In Advertising- an Informal
discussion wtttiJo Foiworth of New York, r!U be held at 130
pjn, 210 Gardner Halt Sponsored by Career Ptenmng and
There wM be fh minutes of prayer for the starring of the
world today at noon In the Pit
-Gone Wttti the Wind" win be shown at $30 tonlflht tn
Memorial Halt Ttcksts are 50 cents at the Union desk.
The UNC medical daw of 175 win perform an original
musical. The Medicine Show." by Donald FWIer, at S tonight
In the Great Had. Open to the public; no charge.
UNC Ctub Football ve. Duke at 230 p.m. Saturday. April 1 1,
on the Aetroturt. Free!
Horrors! The Terror." 11:15 p.m. Saturday. April 19. 111
Murphey Hall. See Jack Nicholson and Boris Kartofl
together. Proceeds to the N.C. Film Festival.
The Carolina Readers wlB present an adaptation ol
Euripides' The Trojan Woman" at 7 p.m. on Saturday and
Sunday. April 1 and 20. on the front steps of the Moreheed
Planetarium. Rain date Is Monday, April 21, same time, same
The Joint Navy-Air Force ROTC awards ceremony will be
held at 2 p m. Sunday, April 20, at Fetzer Field.
The last meeting of the Carolina Gay Association will be
held at 730 pjn. Monday, April 21, Cralge Green Room.
Elections and plans for the summer will be discussed.
"Salt of the Earth" will be shown at 7 and 9 p.m. Monday,
April 21, In the auditorium of Hamilton Hall. The showing is
sponsored by Bread and Roses and the New American
Movement. Admission: 51.50.
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