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4 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday. January 29, 1980
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By ANN PETERS
Basketball is a Carolina tradition; humbleness is not. Carolina
students and alumni have made no secret of the fact that Chapel
Hill is, if not paradise itself, at least the Southern Part of Heaven.
A poster, humbly titled, This Is The Best Poster In Chapel
Hill," has been compiled by, for and about the people who have
the "Best opinions on what is best: the people of Chapel Hill and
UNC." The 22-by-34 inch poster lists over 200 of the best features
the town has to offer, from onion rings to graffiti.
UNC seniors Ricky Fowler and Tony Blalock, working with
Joe Coon, an R.J. Reynolds employee who had produced the
"Best or Winston-Salem poster, coordinated the entire project.
To find the "Best Written Work in Class: The Daily Crossword
Puzzle" or the "Best Lover's Lane: Tennis Court Parking Lot on
Courftry Club Road" was no easy task.
"But it was an experience," Fowler said. "We gave the 12-page
questionnaires to friends, put them in fire stations and just about
everywhere else. The questionnaires had the "Best" from A to Z.
More than 300 questionnaires were collected and within 24
hours, Blalock and Fowler had tallied the results. With a printer's
deadline to meet, the roommates found themselves a few
categories short. But in those early morning hours they found it
relatively easy to add a few of their own Carolina "Bests."
"Chapel Hill has a lot of character," Blalock said. "A friend of
mine from Greensboro drives to Chapel Hill every weekend just
for the atmosphere. One thing is for sure it wouldn't be easy to
do the "Best" of Raleigh."
Of course that is true when you consider the "Best Joke: N.C.
"The poster is a great conversation piece. You can get into a lot
of interesting discussions when one person thinks that the "Best
Pizza" is Pizza Hut and someone else doesn't," Fowler said.
Whether you are a freshman or a senior, the poster can give
you ideas on places to go which have everything from the best
menu (Four Corners), ice cream (Swenson's) or creative
cooking (a unanimous vote for the Pine Room), to the best place
to discover, (Gimghoul Castle) or the best drive-in movies
(What?). Two of the more prominent "Bests" include the "Best
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...head basketball coach is best 'dean'
Dean: Dean Smith" and the "Best Reason to Cut Class: Partly
No matter what disagreements there are over the best
cheeseburger or music, both Fowler and Blalock agree, the very
best of everything is right here in Chapel Hill.
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: ACTIVITILS TODAY
There will be a meeting for alt persons interested in Club
Water Polo at 8:30 p.m. at the indoor pool.
Job Seeking Workshop ili be offered by the University
Placement services at I p.m. in 506 Hanes Hall.
The Baptist Student I nion will sponsor a study break at IU
p.m. at the Battle House.
Eckaakar offers a free introductory class-Attitude and
Attention at 7:30 p.m. in Room 206 of the Carolina Union.
AB campus weekly prayer meeting will be at 12:30 p.m. in
the Carolina Union. Ask at the desk for room number.
The Di and Phi Societies welcome all interested people to an
. evening of impromptu speeches at 7:30 p.m. in 300 New West.
For information ton contraceptive methods, sexually
transmitted diseases, breast and pelvic exams attend CH EC
Contraceptive Heahh Education Clinic-any Tuesday evening
at 7 p.m. in the health education suite of the New Health
The UNC Table Tennis Club will meet at 8:30 p.m. in the
piano at Duke
Conductor and pianist Philippe
Entremont will perform with the Vienna
Chamber Orchestra tonight at 8:15 in
Page Auditorium as part of the Duke
University Artists Series.
Included on the program are Mozart's
Symphony in Cand Concerto No. 12 in A
major and various polkas and waltzes by
Since Entremont's appointment as
music director in 1975, the Vienna
Chamber Orchestra has performed in
Switzerland, Spain, Japan, Australia,
France and Austria and in major
European music festivals.
Entremont made his American debut
at 19. Since that time he has appeared in
recitals and as guest soloist with major
orchestras in five continents. Entremont
has received the Grand Prix du Disque
four times, the Netherlands Edison v
Award, was nominated for a Grammy
Award, and is a Knight of the Legion
Limited tickets are still available. For
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I he I N( KaqurlbaU C rub Mill meet at 7 p m in202ol the
fc OS is having a meeting at 7:30 p.m. in Room 213 of the
There wilt be a general meeting of the I iMfeTgrWc
Political Science Association al 7:30 p m. in Room J- I
AKD will meet at 7 p.m. in Room 103 Berryhill Hall.
The Christian Science Organization U1 meet at 5 p.m. in
the Carolina Union. Please check at the desk for the room
AA dprfirssion meeting at 8 p m. in the Church of the
At-anon meeting at 8 p m at the Church of the
I !N Water Ski C lub will hold its first meeting at 8 p m. in
213 of the Carolina Union.
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A forum on the proposed STOW Residence College will be
held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Mclver parlor.
There will be a Fleece meeting at 7 p m. Wednesday in the
Campus Y Building.
A1ECEC is sponsoring a slide lecture by Larry Kessler
entitled "China: A Sew Direct ion' at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in
202 of the Carolina Union.
Mystery of M or monism Unveiled The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints Student Association invites you to
attend a film introduction to Mormon history and way of life
followed by a question session at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in 207
of the Carolina Union.
The Industrial Relations Association will meet at 7 p.m.
Wednesday in 2 IS of the Carolina Union. Daniel H. Pollitt
from UNCs law school will speak.
The SCAl Consumer Rights Researchers will meet at 3
p.m. Wednesday in the South Gallery Room.
Carolina Photographers Club meeting at 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday in 206 of the Carolina Union.
AXE Brothers and Sisters will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
in H-6 Carolina Apts.
The I NC Bridge Club will hold its annual r.iembership
game at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Umstead Recreation
The Colloquium on Aging and the Aged will meet at 7:30
p.m. in the Newman Center.
The Association of International Students will meet at 5
p.m. in Bynum Hall.
There will be an important meeting of the Human Relations '
Committee at 2:45 p.m. Wednesday in the Frank Porter
There will be an important meeting of the Y tutorial
program at 7 p.m. Wednesday in 08 Peabody Hall.
The Orientation Committee of the ABS will hold a very
important meeting at 3 p.m. in T-l New Carroll Hall.
Episcopal Campus Ministry Holy Communion will be
celebrated at 10 p.m. Wednesday in the Chapel of the Cross.
The Lingustk Circle will sponsor a presentation by Connie
Eble entitled "Slang and Produt livity" at 3 p.m. in 304 Dey.
Andrew Young will be the Martin Luther King Jr.
Memorial Lecturer at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Memorial Hall.
The lecture is sponsored by the Carolina Forum and the
Committee on Established Lectures. Tickets are available at
the Carolina Union Desk for $1.
work hard." he added.
Taylor said he will make no effort to
intervene in the administration of UNC after ,
"I will make it know n to the new chancellor
that if there is any way I can help, I will
certainly make myself available, he said.
Any type of training or orientation program
will be entirely the choice of the new
chancellor, Taylor added.
Although he had no specific advice for
whoever is selected as the new chancellor,
Taylor reiterated the University's three short
term problems that he outlined in his Oct. 12
University Day speech.
In that speech, Taylor said the University
will have to deal with the inflation and
recession that pervades the rest of society. He
also said the predicted decline in 1983 of the
number of high school graduates in North
Carolina could lead to an "atmosphere of
retrenchment" in higher education institutions
in North Carolina, because many of these
institutions may not be able to meet
Another short-term problem Taylor noted
at his University Day speech was that there will
be limited new entries in the faculty because of
the minimum mandatory retirement age
extension from 65 to 70. -
Aside from these short-term problems,
Taylor said, "The university faces a bright
Taylor has been instrumental in
implementing various projects during his
tenure at UNC. Improvements in admissions
policies, library acquisitions and University
endowments are just a few of the
accomplishments attributable to ' Taylor.
Earlier this year, he said the new central library
now under construction is his most personally
"From one point of view, it's an ugly hole in
the ground right now," Ta lor said, "but to me,
it's a glorious sight and will be a factor of
importance in this University for decades."
Taylor's resignation will become effective
Thursday, regardless of whether a successor or
an interim chancellor has been named by that
time. He had originally said he would stay until
a successor was chosen. But Friday informed
Taylor in early December that interim
arrangements would be made in the event a
successor was not chosen by Jan. 31, so that
Taylor could make plans to leave office at that
Housing applications available
Room to Live booklets containing
University housing applications and
contracts for 1980-81 are now
available from dormitory residence
The deadline to return the
applications is 3 p.m. Feb. 15. Any
applications received after that time
will be ineligible for the preliminary or
general room drawings but will be
entered in the waiting list drawings.
A preliminary drawing for students
wishing to move to other buildings
will be held Feb. 20. A list of persons
selected in that drawing will be posted
in residence halls Feb. 21. Names of
persons not selected in the preliminary
drawing will be entered in the general
drawing for return to present
The general random drawing,
which may be observed by students,
will be held Feb. 25. The random
drawing to determine positions on the
central waiting list will be Feb. 27.
Results from that drawing will be
posted Feb. 29 in the University hous
ing contracts office in Carr Building.
General College Sophomores ;
Jan. 28 - Feb. 8
All General College Sophomores must fill out a
major declaration form now in the General
College. 3rd Floor South.
Appointment books are available
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