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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, April 18, 1980, Page 3, Image 3

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Four bomb .braidings evacuated Four bomb threats were called in to three different buildings Wednesday morning, University Police said Thursday. t Two of the threats were made on Dey Hall. One call came in at 9 a.m.. University Police Lt. Charles Mauer said. The caller said, "Bomb. Bomb. This morning." A second call came at 10:28 a.m. The caller said that a bomb would go off in 17 minutes, police reports said. Another call was made at 9:27 a.m. to WXYC radio station. The caller asked if he had dialed the news department and said that a bomb would go off at 1 1 a.m. in Dey Hall. Dey Hall was evacuated for one hour after the first call came in, Mauer said. A bomb threat was called in to Phillips Hall at 7:45 a.m. The caller said that a bomb would go off at 8:15 a.m. on the 43 students receive Chancellor's Awards Forty-three students received academic, service and leadership awards at the Chancellor's annual awards ceremony Thursday. The award winners are: Bonny Jane Brown of Murphy received the Patterson Medal. It is awarded to the senior athlete who is judged to be outstanding in athletic ability, sportsmanship, morale, leadership and general conduct. Joan Hastings Zabriskie of Ambler, Pa., received the Jim Tatum Memorial Award. This award was established to give recognition to the athlete who has performed with distinction in his or her sport, and who also has contributed to the University community through extracurricular activities. The James M. Johnston Distinguished Senior awards went to Paul Boezi Langford of Gainesville, Fla., Lesley Louise Myers of Charlottesville, Va., and Paul Eric Teske of Fishkill, N.Y. In addition, Meyers won the Op White Prize in Geology, and Langford, the Eben Alexander Prize in Greek. Rosalind Fuse of Fayetteville received the Frank Porter Graham Award. This award is presented to the graduating senior who has made outstanding contributions to the realization of the ideals of equality, dignity and peace in the University community. Linda Marie Cabe of Waynesboro, Va., received the Undergraduate Prize in Art History. The award, is given to the undergraduate who writes the most outstanding essay in art history. Heather Hope Helen Weir of Fort Sumner, Md., received the Irene F. Lee Award. This award is given to the woman of the graduating class who is judged most outstanding in leadership, character and scholarship. Michael Raeford Cooke of Troy, wonthe Kenneth C. Royall Academic Award. This award is presented annually to the senior Air Force ROTC cadet who demonstrates excellence in scholarship and airmanship. Timothy John McMillan of Greenville was awarded the John Honigmann Prize in Anthropology. It is presented to the undergraduate .student majoring in anthropology, who has completed the best honors research project. Paul Frederick Duckworth Jr. of Lynchburg, Va., received the Peter C. Baxter Memorial Prize in American Studies. The award honors the outstanding senior in the American studies curriculum; : ' - ' ;- 1 Gary Phillip Baker of Morganton, wonthe Harold D. Meyer Award in Recreation Administration. The award is presented to the outstanding undergraduate student majoring in recreation administration. William Lyn Sorrells of Dallas, won the Bernard Boyd Memorial Prize. The award is presented annually to the member of the senior class majoring iti religion who has been selected by a faculty committee as most outstanding in academic achievement. Charles Glenn Summers of Wadesboro received the Josephus Daniels Scholarship Medal. This medal is awarded annually to the senior midshipman in the Naval ROTC who has attained the highest average in academic courses of study for a 3'-year period. Janet Lane Barksdale of West Simsbury. Conn, and Lisa Carol Patton of Marion, won French Government Awards. Since 1959 the French Government, through the department of Romance languages, has made annual cash awards to students whose work in French language and literature has been judged outstanding. Timothy John Lucido of Greenville was given the on't dream itbe it!" At last, for all those possessed disciples or would-be participants in the most outrageous mixed-media extravaganza of our time, here's THE OFFICIAL r MOVIE Give yourself over to absolute pleasure with over 800 full-color frame blow-ups depicting actual scenes from the movies, plus the complete dialogue and song lyrics. Edited and adapted by Richard J. 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The alternate building procedure usually is used only during finals, Dunn said. STEPHANIE BIRCHER Sterling A. Stoudmire Award for Excellence in Spanish. A certificate and monetary prize are awarded annually to the outstanding senior student of Spanish. In addition, Lucido and Cynthia Marie Cox of Northfield, III., won the Interfraternity Counctl Panhellenic Council Outstanding Senior awards. The awards are given annually to the two senior undergraduate students who have made the most outstanding contributions to their individual houses and to the Greek system. Mary Virginia Chambers of Banner Elk received the Camoes Prize in Portuguese. The prize is awarded annually to the outstanding undergraduate student of Portuguese. James William Wert Jr. of Hendersonville received the Delta Phi Alpha Award. The award was established in 1971 by the Delta Phi Alpha Society, which was founded to promote interest in the language, literature and culture of German-speaking people. The award is presented annually to the outstanding student of German in the society. David Franklin McCarn of Badin received the Francis J. LeClair Award presented annually to the outstanding graduating senior majoring in botany. Thomas Ralph Spiekerman of Rochester, Minn., received the McNally Award for Excellence in Geography. The award is given annually to a graduating senior who has achieved academic excellence in geography. Kathryn Mary Cloughly of Graham won the Howard W. Odum Undergraduate Sociology Award. The award recognizes the outstanding undergraduate sociology major. Margaret Robson Graver of Baton Rouge, La., was awarded the Albert Suskin Prize in Latin. The award is presented annually to the undergraduate who shows the best ability to understand Latin poetry and to translate selected passages at sight. Samuel Ernest Landsberger of Chapel Hill received the Archibald Henderson Prize in Mathematics. The award is given annually to the undergraduate student judged by the department of mathematics to have demonstrated both a high degree of mathematical ability and the greatest promise of originality in the field. Trudy Cooper Sherman of Sanlord won the Chi Omega Award for Scholarship and Leadership. The award has previously been presented in the department of sociology. Other disciplines in the University are now included on a rotating basis. This year, the award'is presented to the senior student in the division of physical therapy in the School' ol Medicine chosen as most outstanding on criteria ol scholastic achievement and exemplary leadership. Frank Farnum Brown of Asheville received the Worth Award for excellence in undergraduate study of philosophy, given on the basis ol course performance and faculty recommendation. Susan Dian Burkheimer of Fayetteville received the Richard Levin Band Award. The award is given annually to the graduating senior member of the University bands who, in a minimum of three years of participating in the Marching Band. Concert Band or Pep Band, is judged most outstanding in musical ability, academic excellence and school spirit. Linda Carol Howey of Charlotte received the Robert White Linker Award. The award is given annually by the Society of Janus to the most outstanding residence hall officer from the freshman or sophomore class. Martha Susan Ehrsam of Asheville received the International Leadership Award. The award is presented to the undergraduate student. American or non-American, who has made the most significant it I Nl )VE 1 i i New yotk iuuit T3ZJ 1-8 PM 11-9 PM 11-11 PM n v J 967-3100 ffi.uq LY 7 Utm -tit r 1 r f - i Mass Production . , . Mass Production, scheduled to appear tonight in Carmichael Auditorium with Sister Sledge and Skyy will sign autographs in the Record Bar on Franklin Street today at 3:30 p.m. Tickets for tonight's show will be on sale 12-6 p.m. in the Union Box office and at 6:30 p.m. in Carmichael Auditorium for $7. The gates for tonight's show will open at 7 p.m. contribution during his or her academic career to increasing international awareness and understanding. Albert James Osbahr HI of Rockville, Md.. won the Edward McGowan Hedgpeth Award. It is given to that member of Alpha Epsilon Delta who is voted most outstanding in service to the campus and community through the society. Frances Jane Seymour of Chapel Hill received the Jane Craige Gray Memorial Award. The award is presented to the woman of the junior class who has been voted most outstanding in character, scholarship and leadership. Stephen Ward DeVine of Ann Arbor, Mich., received the William P. Jacocks Memorial Award presented annually to the outstanding male member of the senior class. Elizabeth Elaine Moose of Concord received the Ernest H. Abernethy Prize in Student Publication Work. It is given to the student judged by a commitee to have done the most distinctive work during the current year in the field of student publications. Mary Eloise McCain of Wilson received the Willie P. Mangum Medal in Oratory. The medal is awarded to the member of the graduating class who gives the best oration at an annual oratorical contest. Donald Eugene Honbarrier Jr. of Belmont won the Roger A. Davis Memorial Award. The award is given by the Residence Hall Association to the students judged to have given outstanding service to the University, especially in the residence hall programs. The Algernon Sydney Sullivan awards were won by Richard Gregory Michaels of Bethel and Julie King Thomasson of Houston, Texas. The award is given annually to one man and One woman ol the graduating class who have best demonstrated unselfish interest in the welfare of their fellowmen. The award's emphasis is on humanitarium contribution. rr r A ; ill! III ' ' f :A 1 1 's,.MW.ta I V Thursday John Brendan Kelly of Jacksonville. Fla.. received the John Johnston Parker Jr. Medal for Unique Leadership in Student Government. The award is given annually to that member of the graduating class who has demonstrated the highest qualities of leadership in perpetuating the spirit and honor of student self-government. Cecil Raymond Burke Iti of LaGrange received the Pharmacy Student Body Award. The award is given annually by the School of Pharmacy student body to the member of the graduating class who has demonstrated the highest qualities of character development, scholarship, participation in extracurricular activities and the qualities and characteristics that will distinguish him or her in the profession of pharmacy. Joan Blakeney Warner of Asheville won the George Livas Award. It is given to the member of the senior class of the School of Nursing who is judged most outstanding in the combined qualities of scholarship, leadership and professional performance. The recipient is chosen by the senior class and approved by the dean of the School of Nursing. Catherine Jeanne Campbell of Winston-Salem won the Robert B. House Distinguished Service Award. The award is presented to the undergraduate student who best exemplifies the spirit of unselfish commitment through service to the University and the surrounding community. Robert Daniel Hays of Cleveland, Tenn.. won the Terry Sanford Award for Excellence. It is given to the undergraduate student judged to have written the best political science honors thesis. James Edward Grogan of Forest City won the Ernest L. Mackie Award. The award is presented to the man of the junior class who has been voted most outstanding in character, scholarship and leadership. iGfTrjdi I It!iiiiJMlllMil i tALTUQUO. v-jta'. ..:hs try-due j?h:!J tjfr wyw:,. r i - ' ! vj V ,4 14 SLS offers to notarize student absentee ballots University students who have to vote by absentee ballot in the May 6 primary can have their ballots notarized by a notary public in the Student Legal Services office. To help make voting easier for students who will not be able to vote in their home districts, the UNC Young Democrats are sponsoring the special notary service. Before a completed ballot can be returned to the various boards of elections, it must be authorized by a notary public. Mark Bardill, president of the UNC Young Democrats, said people voting by absentee ballot have to return their ballots by 5 p.m. May 5. Registered voters still can apply for absentee ballots with their local board of elections, he Groups to meet Saturday Although many University students and other local residents may think this weekend is reserved for Chapel Thrill, several political and service organizations will be holding important meetings Saturday. Orange County Democrats will hold their county convention Saturday to select delegates to the district and state conventions and to consider several resolutions. The convention will begin at noon in the county courthouse in Hillsborough. The convention is open to all registered Democrats in the county. To mark the 60th anniversary of the League of Women Voters in the United States, the state's League of Women Voters will hold its 1 4th biennial council in Chapel Hill Saturday The council will Food Town ranks first In a recent comparison shopper survey conducted by the Student Consumer Action Union, Food Town at Eastgate Shopping Center was found to have the most reasonable overall prices of 10 area supermarkets. The stores were ranked after a sample grocery list was priced at each of them. The A & P on Airport Road ranked second, followed by A & P on Main Street in Carrboro, A & P Ramshead on 15-501 by-pass, Winn-Dixie at University Mall, Kroger, Byrd's in Carrboro, Big Star on South Elliot Road, Harris Teeter on North Greensboro Street in Carrboro and Fowler's on Franklin Street. "-ft r 1 1 -.H!!(; '("' i r-. k I mm. Friday. April 18. 1980 The Daily Tar Heel 3 Bardill said SLS was very cooperative with his group's suggestions, and he also said he hoped the convenience of the service would encourage more students to cast their absentee ballots. Bardill also said the voter registration in the Union March 26 and April 2 resulted in the registration of nearly 400 students. Those students registered to vote in Orange County. The primary will be the second Tuesday during examination period. Students can hae their absentee ballots notarized in the SLS office in Suite A in the Union from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ! BEVERLY SHEPARl) meet 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. N.C. Rep. Trish Hunt. D-Orange, will be the guest speaker. She will speak on women and the courts. The public has been invited to the league's meeting. Also on Saturday, the Orange County Mental Health Association w ill sponsor a candidates forum focusing on mental health care programs and legislation in North Carolina. The association will hold a legislative breakfast at the Wesley Center from 9-1 1 a.m. Several experts on mental health care will speak at the meeting. The candidates in the May 6 primary for the Orange County Board of Commissioners, the state house and the state senate also arc expected to attend. There is a $1.50 charge for the breakfast. A & P on Airport Road had the lowest meat and poultry prices, followed closely by the Carrboro and Ramshead A& Pv The Ramshead and Airport Road stores also had the lowest prices for dairy products, followed by Byrd's Kroger was found to be the least expensive place to buy frozen foods, w it h the A & Ps in Carrboro and on Airport Road taking second and third places. Complete results are available at the SCAU office in Suite B of the Carolina Union. BR ITT W z .... i Look For Our Booth At UNC's "Chape! Thrill" In Kenan Stadium Tomorrow

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