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2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, February 8.
Public service announcements mutt be turned in to the box
Union by 3:30 p.m. if they are to run the next day. Each item
The UNCCC Short Course on "Introduction
to A Programming LanguageT will be at 3 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb8, in 228 Phillips Hall.
The UNC Table Tennis Club will meet from 7
p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, in the Women's
Gym. All interested persons are invited to come.
Delta Sigma PI will meet at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday,
Feb. 8, in Room 207 of the Carolina Union. All
members are urged to attend.
Ladnor Geissinger will speak on "Large Prime
Numbers" at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, in 387
Phillips Hall. Free punch and cookies will be
provided by the UNC Undergraduate Math
The Media Board will meet at 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 8, in Room 215 of the Carolina
The Association for Women Students will
meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, in Room 209 of the
Carolina Union. All members plan to attend.
All students planning to apply for the station
manager for the student radio station plan to
bring their resume to the interview at 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 8, in Room 215 of the Carolina
Students planning to apply for the positions on
the Media Board should plan to bring their
resumes to the interview at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8,
in Room 2IS of the Carolina Union.
Morrison Dorm will present a slide show on
rape in Chapel Hill at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8,
in the Morrison social lounge. There will be a
discussion on self-defense following.
The Wesley Foundation is sponsoring a Bible
study group at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, at
Wesley. All who are interested are invited to come.
Two public lectures on nutrition will be from
10 a.m. to 12 noon Tuesday, Feb. 8, in 105
The International Affairs Colloquium will
present a panel discussion on "Moral Foreign
Policy" at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, in Room 202 of
the Carolina Union.
Freshman dies in
Christopher Alvan, a UNC freshman from
Greenville, N.C., died Sunday in an accident
following a sport parachute jump. Alvan was
jumping with the UNC Skydiver's Club at a
site near Louisburg, N.C.
Tony Cockrell, area safety officer for the
U.S. Parachute Association, said Alvan's
parachute was caught in a tree near the
jumpsite, and he was suspended 15 feet
above the ground.
Cockrell said Alvan apparently tried to
cut the belt -like riser lines that connected his
harness to the caught parachute and was
killed when one of the slack lines caught
around the back of his helmet and snapped
It's Absolutely of the Moment!
It's called the BACCHAE's
Tuesday Night Foosball Tournament
PEPPI'S LUNCHEON SPECIALS
You haven't lived 'til you've
tried our great Lunch Time
Specials all made with the
same care that makes Peppi's
With a hearty red meat sauce
A tasty casserole of pasta with.
Italian cheeses and meats.
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(This coupon good for $2.00 OFF i
! tho prico off any forgo pizza.
I Mon. Thur. Only. During the month of February, 1977 I
Peppi's New Temporary
11 :30 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
outside the 'DTK offices in the ;
wilf run at least twice.
Ten ley Ayers
"Careers in State Government" will be the topic
- of an informal career seminar sponsored by the
Career Planning and Placement Office at 3:30
p.m. Tuesday, Feb, 8, in 210 Hanes Hall. All
students are invited to come.
' The' Carolina Forum will meet at 4 p.m.
Tuesday,' Feb. 8, in Room 215 of the Carolina
. The Society of Janus will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 8 in the South Gallery Meeting
' Room of the Carblina Union. Call Ava Paliyenko
(3-2790) or Jan Bolick (3-8121) if you can't be
' The Apple Chill Cloggers will meet at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, in the Great Hall of the
Carolina .Union. Free instruction for all who are
There will be a meeting of students and faculty
interested in the UNC Year-At-Montpellier
program at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, in the Dey
Hall Toy Lounge.
Dan Okum of the UNC Environmental Studies
Project will speak at 7:3Q p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, in
Room 204 of the Carolina Union. Sponsored by
the North Carolina Coastal Club.
All members of the Order of the Old Well are
asked to attend a meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Feb. 8, in the Frank Porter Graham lounge of the
The Chapel Hill ECOS invites all interested
persons to come, to a meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday,
Feb. 8, in Room 202 of the Carolina Union.
The UNC Ski Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday,
Feb. 8, in Room 205 of the Carolina Union.
Phyllis Fox of Bell Telephone Laboratories
will lecture on Computers at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Feb. 8, in 224 Phillips Hall. All those interested are
invited to come.
N.C. Governor's School Alumni will meet at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Feb. 9, in the South Gallery
Meeting Room of the Carolina Union. This is an
organizational meeting and will be over by 8:15
his neck as he was dropping to the ground.
Cockrell said it was not unusual for a
skydiver to land in a tree, but that the
accident was highly unusual. "To my
knowledge, this has never happened before.
It is a terrible freak accident," Cockrell said.
Alvan had completed a week of classes in
diving and was taking his final instruction in
practical aspects of jumping at the site
Most of the club's members had not gone
to the site Sunday because of the cold
weather, according to Cockrell, but the
winds had died down by the afternoon to
make conditions safe for diving.
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Our famous regular submarine sandwich.
Delcious ham and cheese.
With one tasty topping
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salad and coffee or tea.
am to 2 pm
Hours: Fri. Sat
1 1 :30 a.m.-1 2 midnight
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4:00. p.m.-1 0:00 p.m.
Youth For Easter Seals will meet at 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 9, in 104 Greenlaw Hall.
Program and fund raising will be planned.
Everyone is welcome.
The Bible Study of St John's Metropolitan
Community Church will be at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 9. For meeting place, call 967
9626 or 832-1582. St. John's is a Christian,
predominantly gay church.
The Association of International Students
(AIS) will meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Feb. 9, in
the International Center of Bynum Hall to plan
our Valentine Party for this Saturday. For more
information, call 933-5661. .
The UNC Recreation Society will meet at 3:30
p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9, in Room 207 of the
Carolina Union. All recreation majors and
interested persons are urged to attend.
. The Women's Festival Committee will meet
at 7 p.m: Wednesday, Feb. 9, in Room 209 of the
Carolina Union. All interested persons please
The UNC ECKANKAR International
Student Society is holding an open
ECKANKAR discussion group at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 9, in 522 Hamilton Hall. The
public is invited.
Worried over Tests'? Come to the free course
sponsored by Alpha Epsilon Delta on test
strategy for the MCAT and DAT. The first session
starts at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9, in 103
Berryhill Hall and everyone is invited.
Zoology ' Undergraduate Student
Association will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb.
9, in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the
Carolina Union. Final plans for the trip to the
N.C. Zoo will be made.
Gary Mitchell of N.C. State University will
speak on the "High Resolution Resonance
Spectroscope" at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Feb. 9, in
265 Phillips Hall. Coffee and tea will be served at
3:30 'p.m. in Room 277.
There will be a meeting of the Finance
Committee of the GPSF at 7:30 p.m..
Wednesday. Feb. .9, in Suite D of the Carolina
Items of Interest
This week is absolutely the last time students
can have their portraits made for the 1977
Yackety Yack. The photographer will shoot from
1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, and from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, and Friday, in Room
217 of the Carolina Union. The sitting is free, and
appointments are not essential.
Experienced backpackers: The Outing Club is
planning a trip to Linville Gorge Feb. 11-13. All
those interested in going are asked to come to the
Flavia Cruise &
j Amtrak to:
Reservations must be made by this Wednesday for dis
count fares for spring vacation.
135 E. Franklin
Taught in Carolina Union
Mon. & Wed., 4:00-6:00, six weeks
Typewriter & book supplied x
Starts: Mon., Feb. 14
Limited spots, so contact
Student Services Comm.
Suite B. Carolina Union
Peace Corps has openings in the U.S. and
overseas for those interested in helping others
With 700 programs in the 50 states and more
than 60 countries. Peace Corps needs applicants
in many technical and professional areas.
While you develop and help others develop.
Peace Corps provides the training, transporta
tion, monthly cost-of-living allowance, full
medical coverage, and paid vacation.
Representatives will be on campus from Feb. 14
until Feb. 16.
Check the placement office for scheduling.
meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9, in the
Carolina Union. Check at the information desk
for the room number.
Interested in working with Contact 77?
Applications for Transfer Coordinators are now
available at the Union Information Desk; they
.CONCERNED:? Contact the Human
Sexuality . Information and Counseling
Service for questions about interpersonal
'relationships,'..-" contraception, pregnancy,
homosexualityvveneral disease and other personal
.matters". - Professional referrals, group speakers.
Suite' B, Carolina Union. Telephone: 933-5505.
; The YM-YWCA Tutoring Program is in
desperate need of junior high school volunteer
tutors. Only two hours per week are required.
Come by the Campus Y for applications.
Any graduate' student in journalism or political
science who is in the top half of hisher graduate
group and who will be in school next fall is eligible
for a Federal Summer Internship with the
Department of the Air Force. Informative
materials are at the front desk of the Career
Planning and Placement office in 21 1 Hanes Hall.
Deadline is Feb. 24.
Any first or second year law student who are in
the top half of his her class is elible for a Federal
Summer Internship with the National
Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md. Come to
the front desk of the Career Planning and
Placement office in 211 Hanes Hall.
The Campus Governing Council and the
Division of Student Affairs are co-funding a
temporary full-time position for a person to work
in the area of internships for UNC students.
Interested persons familiar with the internship
concept should contact Jane Kendall Smith at
Any junior with a liberal arts major who is in the
top third of hisher class, a U.S. citizen', and
returning to school in the fall is eligible for a
Federal Summer Internship with the Social
Security Administration. Come to Career
Planning and Placement, 211 Hanes Hall, if
The 1977 Mangum Medal Oratorical
Competition will be held March 31 in the
Dialectic Chambers, 300 New West. The Mangum
Medal is open to all graduating seniors (May or
December). Applications are available at the
Union Desk and at 1 15 Bingham Hall.
Duke University is sponsoring a drive to cut
trees for people with fireplaces but no heat.
People are needed to help anytime, any day after
10 a.m. at Duke Forest. Go 15-501 to Duke
Hospital exit, left, two miles to gate 10 on right,
across from the gate on Kesley Road. Any
questions, call 967-8627.
St., ph. 942.8534
Turner new ClAchoice
WASHINGTON (UPI) In his second
attempt to pick a director for the nation's
intelligence activities, President Carter
Monday said he has chosen Adm.Stansfield
Turner, an expert on Soviet naval affairs, for
Turner, 53, presently is commander in
chief of the Allied forces in southern Europe
and attended Annapolis when Carter was at
the Naval Academy in the I940's.
I at forms
Roberts also plans to call for a referendum
questioning the allocation of student fees
appropriations to the Carolina Gay
Assocation (CGA). Billy Richardson,
student body president, noted that only
16,000 of -fees appropriations go to the
CGA, although Roberts maintains his stance
is a matter of principle rather than to free
money for other uses.
Hickman's platform calls for bringing
more entertainment to UNC. Lili Shiffman,
chairperson of the Carolina Performing Arts
Committee, said the Carolina Union has
complete control over bookings and that
continual efforts are made to draw more
(We request that everyone
at table order - tea or coffee
included, other beverages extra)
Barbeque - Brunswick Stew - Fried Chicken - Cole Slaw
Potatoes - Green Peas or Beans
Bring This Ad and Get 50f Off . Above Price!
Offer Good Thru Feb. 28, 1977.
EVERY PERSON CAN
A T FL0RENZA FOR
(Don't forget we monogram
in 23 kt. gold right here in the
jf: 13 of Chapel Hill Z
Cash for your unwanted rock, jazz albums and 45 's. Also,
sell, trade. PRESTWICK MUSIC. 105 N. Columbia St!
(above Big Wally's). Monday-Friday 10-5. 929-7205.
2 student & 2 regular basketball tickets to Tulane game Feb.
12 will sell at cost S3 25-S6.25. 929-4513 any time.
For sale: 1 965 VW with only 20.000 miles on rebuilt 1 967
engine. Needs some tepairs. $325 or best offer. Call 929
9407. ACADEMIC RESEARCH PAPERS. Thousands on file.
Send SI .00 for your 1 92-page, mail order catalog. 1 1 322
Idaho Ave.. 206 H. Los Angeles. Calif. 90025 (21 3) 477
8474. ova i;
Parking space for rent within walking distance of campus.
Call Joseph's 942-4058.
Visiting scholar seeks fully furnished 2-3 bedroom
homeapt. for 1977-78 academic year. References
available. Contact Dr. Marvin Chaney, San Francisco
Theological Seminary. San Anselrno. Calif. 94960.
Graduate student for library research, key punching. $2.50
an hour. 50 hours of work. Working time negotiable. See
Prof. Brandes. 212 Bingham.
OVERSEAS JOBS - summeryear-round. Europe. S.
America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields, $500-$1200 monthly.
Expenses paid, slghuj'eelng. Free Information. Write: Inter
national Job Center, Dept. NL, Box 4490, Berkeley, CA
BIRTHCHOICE Prolite Pregnancy Counseling. 942-3030,
Monday through Friday, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Lost: dorm key on small key ring in Union. East gate or Kings
Arms Apt. area. If found, please call 933-1 1 63 or come by
the Daily Tar Heel business office.
I am doing research in Biorhythm and need the date of birth
and date of death of anyone who has committed suicide.
Please call Dee at 929-9306 if you can help.
H you know of communes with children in the N.C. -Vs.
area, please call Shea 929-651 6.
The Upward Bound Program is now recruiting tutors. H in
terested, come by 201 Vance Hall or call 933-1281 or
He will be nominated to fill the dual
positions of director of the Central
Intelligence Agency and head of Central
Intelligence, charged with overseeing all
operations by the U.S. intelligency
Asked whether Turner's expertise on the
Soviet Navy was a factor in the appointment,
Powell said "the President has expressed
publicly his interest in that situation."
Continued from page 1 .
Hickman also proposes the formation of
student advisory committees.
Hugh Halsey plans to have campus-wide
referenda to determine student interests.
Craig Brown, elections board chairperson,
said results could be tabulated quickly. He
added that each referendum would cost
I don't know if enough benefit would be
derived to justify the increased expense in
terms of ballots and in terms of time," Brown
The proposals of Robert Lyman of the
Blue Sky Party are self-admittedly not
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Student Tax Service. Get your refund now. M-F 1 2-6 or by
appointment. Call 929-5890.
EUROPE via Pan Am 707. Less than 12 Economy Fare.
Call toll free (6-9 pm) (800) 325-4867 or see your travel
agent. 60-day advance' payment required. Unitravel
Add $ 1 .50 to the price of anything and sell it tomorrow with
a classified ad.
Lost: SmaH brown appointment book with blue pages. I'm
lost without it. Call Marcy at 967-1887. Keep trying.
Lost: SR 56 calculator, serial no. 056224. lost Thursday
night in vicinity of Kenan Lab. Contact Mike 942-1360.
Assertive Training for Women. Volunteers wanted for ex
perimental training in assertiveness. designed for un
dergraduate women who find being assertive a significant
problem in everyday situations. Sponsored by Psychology
Dept. Interested? Call 942-8646. after 6 .00 p.m.
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and low prices on theses work. INSTA-COPY, corner of
Franklin Columbia (over the Zoom), 829-2147.
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