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4 The Daily Tar Heel Monday, September 23. 1CC0
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Dy FRANK ZANG
The North Carolina Symphony gave
its first performance Sunday afternoon
since an agreement was reached in a
week-long strike. The symphony
performed in Memorial Hall for an
The members initially walked out Sept.
1 9 . .protesting the policies of the
'symphony's board of trustees concerning
orchestra size, season expansion, and
wage and benefits improvements. Under
the new agreement, symphony members
will receive a 35 percent pay increase over
the next three years, a possible four-week
summer season in 1983 and a voice in the
selection of the next conductor.
"Naturally, I think that we made the
gains necessary for 'the growth of the
orchestra," said Jimmy Gilmore,
principal clarinet player. Gilmore said he
believed that no one would be completely
happy with the agreement but that the
publicity generated by the strike would
make people more aware of the
The musicians approved the new
contract by a 55-8 vote.
Martha Aarons, principal flute player,
said she believed the strike was "short
Dy JQIIDAN 1 1 AW LEY
Like many of . their kind, the B-52"s have more in common
with Chuck Mangione and Barry Manilow than most Carolina
political pogoers realize. The former plays for suburbia, and the
latter plays with suburbia the middle class Cordoba mentality
is essential to each form.
The following two unorthodox proofs sumrnerize my point:
'Proof I: 1. If there were no such thing as suburbia, there
would be no such thing as Geritol or the bored housewife drug
2. If there were no Geritol takers,
Chuck and Barry would not sell any
albums and would therefore not exist. Ts
Proof II l.Ifthere were so such thing
as suburbia, I'm told Athens, Ga., would
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...orchestra's first performance since strike settled
enough to help us and not long enough to people to the concerts.
hurt us." She said the strike succeeded in
raising public consciousness and helped
to inform the board of future
"It can be a real exciting year and
Hopefully committed to more growth,"
Ruiha Beth Marsh, a violin player in
the orchestra, said she hadn't liked the
prospect of an extended strike and was
optimistic about the future. Marsh said
the strike provided "a step in the right
direction to increase (lengthen) the
season." ; ;
The symphony players said they hoped
the strike publicity would bring more
2. If there were no such thing as Athens (or is it Rome?
Carthage, maybe?), the the B-52"s would not exist. And even if
they existed, they wouldn't exist as they do now because
suburbia would not exist.
Conclusion: the B-52's, Chuck Mangione and Barry
Manilow are products of suburbia, c
Corollary: Suburbia is a good thing.
The B-52'j latest, Wild Planet, immediately invites you into
the plastic luxury of an Athens home on a Saturd?v night with
the track, "Party Out of Bounds ." "Surprise! Hi!! We just
thought we'd drop in OK, who ordered pizza?"
No doubt, the images are familiar enough and most will have
no trouble filling in the rest of the sketch. Someone is w atching
HBO, while the rest party down to Mad Love. But the band
doesn't insult your intelligence and does leave something to the
Imagination. c '
Unlike last year's model, the 19S0 edition of the B-5rs has
produced some beautiful sounds which vary from the erotic
"Devil in My Car" to ihe attractively hollow, neo-Eno sound of
"Give Me Back My Man."
1 his refinement m their sound is due
largely to the expanded female vocals
which contributes significantly to the
accessibility of Wild Planet.
At the same time, the flat Mel Blanc
voice which you may remember from last
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year's irritating "Rock Lobster," fulfills its role more effectively
in the cut Quiche Lorraine. It s Bound to be a classic on the
Hill by next November.
If you gave up on the article and skipped to the end, here's the
diagnosis. The B-5Ts have succeeded in developing their
suburban style without selling out to L.A. overkill a la Peter
Asher. Buy Wild Planet.
"1 had planned to go to the concert
earlier because of the music selection but
the publicity adds a little extra incentive,"
said UNC sophomore Steve Wilson.
Lynne Nakell, a Chapel Hill resident,
said, "We had planned to come months
ago so our children could come." She said
she believed the free concert provided a
good opportunity for the whole
Gilmore summed up the feelings of the
symphony players when he said, "If
interest is there for great music, the
people will be there."
Pubiic service announcements must be turned in at the box outside the DTH offices in the Carolina Union
by 1 p.m. if they are to run the next day. Each item will be run at least twice.
The Carolina Union Social Committee will be meeting for
dinner at 6 p.m. at the Wesley Foundation. For more
information, call 966-3004.
Bloodmobile from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Great Hall. .
Sponsored by Kappa Psi fraternity.
The Media Board will meet at S p.m. in 321 Greenlaw.
To the friends of Cloy Lee Ma)j I here will be a memorial
service for him at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Chapel of the Cross.
Voter Registration is in Wollen Gym from 1 1 a.m. to 4 p.m.
in the Chapel Hill Municipal Building and Carrboro Town
Hall, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The dealine is Oct. 6.
University Placement Services will conduct an orientation
meeting for nursing students from 3-5 p.m. in 207 Carrington
Hall. Please check with the Students Affairs office. School of
Nursing for individual groups designated by that office.
I NC Outing Club will meet at 7 p.m. in the Union.
UNC Circle K Club announces its membership drive at 7
p.m. in Room 202 of the Union.
There will be a Carolina Union Board of Directors meeting
at 4 p.m. in Room 207 of the Union.
All persons interested in planning Cay Awareness Week are
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CHEC, is now meeting in the new Student Health Service
building. Health Education Suite, at 7 p.m. every Tuesday.
CHEC provides information on breast and pelvic exams and
All Y V1CA Bi( Buddies. There will be a picnic at Clearwater
Lake Tuesday. It will begin at 4:30 and end around 6 p.m.
There will be an A1ESEC company marketing meeting
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Room 200 of Carroll HalL All
interested marketers please attend.
t' NC Ballroom Dance Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in
302 Woollen Gym. New members welcome.
Venez tous a la Table Francaisc le mardi 30 Septembre a
6:30 a la Carolina Inn.
ECBS.the environmental group is meeting at 7:30 p.m.
TucWay at 104 Greenlaw. Everyone interested in the
environment is welcome.
The L'NC Gymnastics Club will have its organizational
meeting Tuesday in Room 206 of the Union at 7:30 p.m. AU
interested undergraduate and graduate men and women are
The Association of International Students is having a
meeting Tuesday Sept. 30 in the South Gallery Meeting Room
at 3:30 p.m. There will be a slide show on Italy. The
International Festival will be discussed.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Randal Jerrell will read selected poems on Thursday, at 8
p.m. in Hamilton Hall. Admission is free.
The UNC Model United Nations Club is now receiving new
members. For more information and an application, come by
352 Hamilton. All majors are welcome.
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