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2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, April 4, 1978
Compiled by Kelly Carr
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1:00 p m If they are to run the next day Each Item will run at least twice
The Association ol Business Students will meet at J: 30 pm
in 1 06 Carroll.
C.G-A. will sponsor an informal discussion group from 9-II
pm at the Friends Mcttmg House on Raleigh Road.
The UNC Table Tennis Club will meet at 7 p m. in the
Friends ol Luther Hodges will meet st 7 p it. in the Frank
Porter Graham Lounge Carolina Union Charlie Mercer will speak
at I p.m. If you cannot attend, call 93J-642J or 933-2472
The Policy Committee ot the Association of Business
Students will .meet at 3:30 p.m. in T-l New Carroll. Alltnterested
student! art invited to attend.
PCA will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Kenan Fieldhotue.
A free, one-hour resume workshop will be held at 2 p.m. in 306
The Odum Villas Hearth Sendee will present the films.
Sexuality and Communication and Parents to Children About Hex
st 7 pis. over the Odum Village Laundry.
The recent Him Irom South Air lea. Rami TWr.will be shown
at 7:30 p.m. in Room 207 Carolina Union. Dennis Brutus will
comment on the film after the showing.
Raymond Dawson will speak on "Academic Affairs in the
University'' st the Faculty Club at 12:30 p.m. at theC'aiolina Inn.
"Spring Sky Rambles" will open at 8 p.m. at the Morehead
Planetarium. The show it a tour of spring constellations and
current sky objects. Shows are at 8 pm weekdays, at lla.m.. 1.3.
and I p.m. Saturdays and at 2, 3. and 8 p m Sundays.
Schubert's song cycle "Oie Schone MuUertn" will be presented
st 8 p.m. in Hill auditorium.
Freshmen and Transfer Orientation Counselors should
attend the convocation at 7 p.m. in 100 Hamilton. This will be the
first joint meeting of the year for the Orientation commission. Area
Coordinators, and Orientation Counselors.
Prereglstralton Adtrlsment Sessions will be held for rising
juniors and seniors in the School of Education from 4 to 6 p.m.
The Outing Club will have a potluck dinner at 6 p.m.
Wednesday in Room 209 Carolina Union. Elections for next year's
officers will be held.
The Order of the Golden Fleece will meet at 7:30 p m.
Wednesday and at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Frank Porter Graham
Lounge Carolina Union.
The Science Fiction end Fantasy Club will have a meeting of
horror at 7 p m Wednesday in 308 Alumni.
The Carolina Reader's Theatre will present Through the Eyes
of Dorothy Parker at 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday in Rooms
202-204 Carolina Union.
The 1S76-79 Carolina Union Activities Board will meet at 4
p m. Wednesday in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge Carolina
An IRSS Short Course. Survey Research Session 4 of 4. will be
held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in 212 Saunders.
The fourth and seventh floors of the Hilton-James are
sponsoring The Dating Game at 9 p.m. Wednesday in the first
The UNC Recreation Society will meet at 7 p m. Wednesday
in Room 213 Carolina Union to nominate officers for next year.
The N.C. Coastal Club will meet at 7:30 pro. Wednesday in the
South Lounge Carolina Union.
Frank Donateofl Smith Jr. will speak on "Models of Multi
processing for Transaction-Oriented Computer Systems" at 3:30
p m Wednesday in 210 New West.
, The Sodedad Hlapanlca Carollnesa will present "Aspects of
Staging Playi in the Corrales of Golden Age Spain" at 4 p.m.
Wednesday in Toy Lounge Dey Hall.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Absentee ballot application carde will be available at the
Hodges tabic in the Carolina Union from 10 a.m. -I p.m. Apr. 5,6.
10. 1 1 and II For further information contact Boh Mann at 933
1538. The Association of Business Students would like to answer
any business preregistration questions all this week on third floor of
South Building. After this week, questions can he answered in 214
Information on summer Job opportunities In the Federal
Government is now available in 21 1 Hanes. Announcement 414
lists both clerical and non-clerical openings with locations.
Application for the written test is also included.'
This year's Hill) Seders will be held at Beth El Synagogue at
6.30 p.m. Apr. 21 and 22 in Durham. Deadline for reservations it
Apr. 3. For more information or to make a reservation call H illel al
942-4057 or drop by the Hillel House al 210 W Cameron Ave.
Students interested in filling one of two student seals on the
Student Educational Broadcasting Inc. board starting Apt. 15
are invited to submit a statement to Ihe SfB Appointment
Committee. The statement should include inlormalion about the
applicant's Background and what unique qualities the applicanl
could bring to the board. Interviews lor these applicants will he
held April 10-14. All completed applications must he placed in
E liabcth Crech's mailbox in Swain no later than noon April 7.
All girls interested in trying out foi Marching Carolines are
asked to meet at 5 p m Apr. 14 on Carmichael Field. I ryouts will
consist of flag and dance routines in competition Sunday
afternoon. For lurther inlormalion. call 933-6176 or 933-1975.
The Panhellenlc Council rs accepting applications for the Pan
hellemc Freshman Scholarship offered to any freshman woman.
Applications may be picked up at the Carolina Union desk or from
dorm presidents and musl be returned to Suite A Carolina Union
by Apr. 17.
Varsity Cheer leading finals and semifinals will be held Apr. 17
and 18. Workshops will be held Apr. 12 and 13. Mike man tryouls
also will be held Call 942-2393 if you have questions.
Interviews lor the co-chatrperaons ol the Campus V
Tutoring Proed begin April J-7. All interested persons please
come by 102 Campus Y to sign up.
One Act Play Competition will be held April S and 6 in the
Morrison recreation room. The group musl direct, produce and
perform an original one act play, a published work or a scene from
a larger play. Applications are available at the Carolina Union
UNC Ski Club members are invited to attend a spring ski club
cookout at Umstead Park on Apr. 14. Watch for more details.
Tom Wicker, a North Carolina native. UNC graduate and
current Associate Editor of the New York Timet, will speak on the
boundaries of fact and fiction al 8 p.m. in Memorial Hall.
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Tom Wicker, a Hamlet, N.C. native
and UNC alumnus who now serves as
associate editor of the New York Times,
has returned to North Carolina. Wicker
will speak at 8 tonight in Memorial Hall
as part of the Carolina Symposium on
Wicker says he is skeptical of
advocacy journalism but openly
expresses his opinions. "Spurious
objectivity is the press' biggest
weakness," he says.
As a journalist, Wicker has often
renounced the role of impartial observer
for that of the participant.
He has castigated the White House
for managing news, spoken out against
the war in Southeast Asia and called for
more news analysis at a time when Vice
President Spiro Agnew was
condemning media interpretation of
Wicker's remarks were responsible
for his inclusion on the so-called
"enemies list" compiled by Nixon aides
Besides serving as associate editor of
the Times, Wicker writes a nationally
syndicated column. In the Nation. He
also has written 12 books, both fiction
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published this year.
In On Press, Wicker says his real
achievement as a journalist has been "to
rise above the facts and open my mind to
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1978 WEIL LECTURE
"Whose First Amendment?"
Wednesday, April 5
Public Reception follows at the Carolina Inn
SPECIAL AGENT APPLICANTS
with any of the following backgrounds:
4-Yr. Accounting degree no experience
4-Yr. Language Degree plus 3 yrs. experience
4-yr. Science degree plus 3 yrs. experience
Any college degree with 3 years
executive professional experience
Starting Salary Approx. $20,600yr.
Group Seminars To Be Held
Wednesday, April 5, 1978
In The Undergraduate Placement Office Hanes Hall
Interested Applicants Should Sizn Up
in the Placement Office in Advance
Equal Opportunity Employer
Lost & Found
FOUND: PURPLE KEY CHAIN with gold letter
C on it in Caldwell Lecture Hall. Call Carol any
night, 933 0351.
FOUND: One woman's ring in front of Mitchell
Hall 10:00 Wednesday 29th: Describe and it's
LOST: SMALL BLUE U.N.C. SPIRAL
NOTEBOOK, Thursday afternoon. Neded
desperately. If found, please call 929-5777.
WILL THE GUY WHO CALLED US about our
lost kitten, "Nicky," please call us back. We
couldn't find your friend's apt. 929-17R7.
MAX IS LOST - DOG , black and white short
haired pointerdal. mix med. size chain collar
very friendly. Please call Jim French at 942
6493 or 929-5002. Reward
FOUND: CALCULATOR Fri. around 4:00
across from Davie. Call 933-4135.
LOST: KEYS between Greenlaw and Davie.
Reward offered. Call 933 1777.
FOUND: APO Operates Campus Lost and
Found in the basement of Smith Building, 9-4 p.m.
daily. Call 933-3996 or come by. :
TYPING THESES, PAPERS,. RESUMES",
APPLICATIONS - Reasonable raes. Executive
Secretarial Services, 100 Eastowne Drive, Suite
202 (Across from Blue CrossBlue SKield), 929
0286. WANTED: SUMMER LIFEGUARDS AND
POOL MANAGER for Heritage Hills pool. Full
time, part-time positions available. Life saving
certification required. WSI, coaching, or
recreational skills needed for some positions.
&$6hr. minimum. Send resume and two letters
ol recommendation by April 7 to Seth Reice, 406
r'crktown Dr., Chapel HiH.:r" r.r !' "'
$18a$480 WEBLY:stuffinS envelopes on
campus. Information - Rush stamped addressed
envelope. Southern Publishing, Box 171802-TH,
Memphis, Tenn. 38117.
HELP WANTED: AM & PM Hours available for
waitress, dishwasher, busboy, and salad bar.
Apply in person. Talk of the Town, 1010 Hamilton
Rd. (formerly Auggies) between 2 & 5 p.m.
WANTED: COMMERCIAL FASHION
ARTISTS for free lance work lith ad agency. Can
possibly work through mail and phone contact.
Call or write: Severance, Givens and Company,
703 West Nash St. Suits BtffoNfc. 27893.
WANTED: POOL MANAGER FOR .SUMMER.
38 to 42 hours per week. $140 per Week. WSI
preferred, Senior Lifesaving fecceptjable. Send
resume to Charles L. Easton, Stanley Recreation
Club, Box 1 Stanley N.C. 28164 (twenty miles
CHEZ CONDORET needs a dishwasher part
time'. Come by 143 W. Franklin St. of call 942
7996. CAMP TOWANDA has openings for specialty
(arts and crafts, music, drama, tennis, swimming,
sailing, basketball, baseball, rollerskating and
nature) as well as general cabin counselors, male
and female for more information contact local
representative at 967-3705.
GOVERNESS - SUMMER POSITION. ASSIST
WITH 8-year-old daughter. Long hours
Excellent pay. Send resume to: Division of
Neurosurgery, UNC Memorial Hospital.
INTERVIEWS: April 29th.
NEED SUMMER WORK? Opportunity to earn
$880 month. Interviews on Monday April 3 and
Tuesday April 4 at 1:00 and 4:00 Rm. 204 Union
and at 7:00 Rm. 103 Greenlaw.
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING, watch two children,
ages 9 and 7. Flexible hours. References required.
Call Dick 967 9284 day or 942-7172 night.
HELP WANTED! Need eligible, able body
mechanic to service Kim's Ford. Must be expert
at Front End re alignment and have that Midas
touch when handling muffler. Call 929-6647 for
appointment. Who loves you Baybe? Wally
OVER 1,000 RECENT LP'S FOR SALE. Rock,
folk, jazz, blues, classical, etc. $1.00 $2.50
Monday April 3rd through Friday April 7th at
HE'S NOT HERE BAR (Downstairs) 11 a.m. 5
SKYBUS 78. Europe, Israel, Mideast, Asia and
Africa at "No Frills" prices Gbbal
StudentTeacher Travel Service, 521 Fifth
Avenue, New York, N Y. 10017 212 379-3532.
ONE OR TWO MALE STUDENTS wanted to
share a two bedroom Foxcroft Apartment during
summer school. Either both summer terms.
AC, 2 baths, swimming pool, tennis courts. For
more information, call 929-1759 after 6 p.m. on
ErLF.Lddif and Miuh: Thanks for putting upwith
me (bitch) and for always being here. Don't know
what Id do without ya'll so don't ever stop coming
to se me (you love it). Lustfully yours, Rt-Re
HAPPY BIRTHDAY ANNA D! From the g.iys
on the other side
M.L.D. Just another way to say 1 love you, just
another way to say I care, just a way to thank you
for the Good Times, for all the happy moments we
WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN how to juggle?
Let us teach you! This Thursday afternoon, 4-6 in
the pit. Everyone welcome The UNC Jugglers.
TO AN APRIL FOOL: Thanks for the
cupcake. I am sorry I follow from in front. If
you blow in my ear, I'll follow from behind. J.A.
GRACIOUS GRANVILLE GUY: We are waiting
to hear from you. Greek Goddess hopes you've
stayed in your pants, and I still have a nice
personality. Curiosity killed the cat you know!
Two of East's love-lorned. G.G. and T.F.
FIJI: "ALIAS TEDDYBEAR:" How was it with the
Blonds last weekend in Miami? Bunny Rabbit
TO THE GUY WITH THE LEGS: I can't wait
until this weekend! I'll best you look great in a
swtmsuit. Chicken Legs.
M.L.D. Just a way to let you know you're special,
to say how proud of you I'll always be, just another
way to say 1 love you, for you will always mean the
world to me. T.E.R.
TO RONALD IN CP & V MONDAY. Can your
dad really get me a job? See you at the interviews.
BONNIE: How about a 4 at 6 to celebrate our
5? Love, Jim.
NEED A ROOM FOR THE SUMMER? Kappa Psi
Fraternity at 208 Finley Rd. is renting rooms to
both males and females for the summer sessions.
Only $75 per session. A $25 refundable deposit is
required to reserve a space for you. Rooms will be
held on a first-come, first-serve basis. Call 968
9390 or 968-9010 today.
FOR RENT: CONTINENTAL MOBILE HOME
PARK, Old Lystra Road, Trailers and Trailer
Spaces for Rent. Near Campus. From 8 to 5 p.m.
call 942-7549; evenings 942-2523.
ROOMS FOR RENT FOR SUMMER. Single:
$120 per session. Double: $80 per session.
Limited space. Terms negotiable. Phi Sigma
Kappa, 212 Finley Rd. 929-6612.
SUBLET - TWO BEDROOM APT AT
FOXCROFT May 15th Aug. 15th. $215 plus
utilities a month. Call 967-4701. .
tsUZY BLACKWELL AND DAVE; !
J YOUNGMAN. Live tonight, Compardies.. i
Ask about dates and prices for private parties.;
? Compardies, Jones Ferry Road at Davie Rd.. i
Carrboro. 942-8588. ; j
BAY MEADOWS CAMP a complete recreational
day camp for boys and girls. Offering horseback
riding, sailing, canoeing, arts and crafts, all sports
and more. Sessions start June 12. For more info,
call Joe Falcone, 942-5518
$800 SCHOLARSHIP for UNC undergrad
women sponsored by Delta Delta Delta.
Applications available at 210 Pittsboro. 967-9324.
Apply by April 5. Don't miss a great deal!
ATTENTION ALL CHRISTIANS! Come
to the first meeting of the Full Gospel
Student Fellowship for singing, praise,
and worship Tuesday, Room 205, Union,
7:30 p.m. Maranatha!
AT LAST! All items featured in our famous
catalog are available in one convenient
showroom. Exotic lingerie, swimsuits, menswear,
books, condoms and gift items including belly
dance sets and body paints for lovers. ADAM &
EVE CATALOG SHOWROOM, Franklin &
Columbia (over the Zoom), 929-2147, Tuesday
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DTH Office 12:00 (noon) I day before the
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Rates: 25 words or less
. Non-Students 2.50
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Please notify the DTH Office if there are
mistakes in your ad, immediately! We will
onIy.be responsible for the first ad run.
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