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Students who live in Campus Governing
Council District 19 will vote today to
decide whether Mike Williams or Steve
Moazed will represent them on the
council. ?: -
Though Hugh Drady had been eligible
for the run-off election, he decided last
week not to run.
The polls will be open from 1 1 a.m. to
5 p.m. Students can vote at the
Scuttlebutt, the Y-Court, the Carolina
Union, Wilson Library, Kenan
Laboratories, Rosenau Hall or
District 19 includes Camelot, Shepherd
Lane, Spring Garden and Town Terrace.
Election Board Chairman Greg James
said he did not expect a large turnout for -the
election. "I don't think more than
ICO students will vote, although I
certainly hope they do," he said.
The run-off election is 'being held
because no candidate received more than
50 percent of the vote in the original
District 19 election Sept. 29. In that
election, more than 20 people each
received one write-in vote, and one
received two votes. A first run-off
election was held last Wednesday for Bill
Newman, Mike Williams, Hugh Brady
and Steve Moazed. Because none of the
four received more than 50 percent of
the vote and because Newman was
declared ineligible to be on the ballot,
today's run-off was scheduled.
LOS. ANGELES (AP) Ronald
Reagan pledged Tuesday to name a
woman to the Supreme Court if he were
elected president, a promise that
President Jimmy Carter has refused to
"It's time for a woman to sit among
our highest jurists," the Republican
presidential candidate told a news
conference before setting out on a tour
of Western states.
Reagan is the first candidate in the
IS 3D campaign to commit himself to
nominate a woman to the high court.
Five of the Supreme Court justices are
more than 70 years old, and the next
president probably will have a chance to
fill vacancies on the court.
In making his announcement, Reagan
said that "one of the first Supreme
Court vacancies in my administration
will be filled by the most qualified
woman I can possibly find, one who
meets the high standards I will demand
for all court appointments."
"I will also seek out women to
appoint to other federal courts in an
effort to bring about a better balance on
the federal bench," Reagan said.
Commoner at UNC
Citizens Party presidential candidate
Barry Commoner is scheduled to speak
at 8:30 tonight in Great Hall. The noted
environmentalist and scientist will step
On Oct. 3, Carter tcld the National
Association cf Women Judges that "I
be honored to be the first
t to appoint a woman to the
next U.S. Supreme Court vacancy, but
I cannot promise that."
Carter said he could promise that
women and members of minority groups
would be "fully considered," but that
he could not rule out anyon
in Chapel Hill as part cf a campaign
swing through North Carolina.
Commoner gained a spot on the
North Carolina ballot last spring by
collecting 10,000 signatures in the two
weeks prior to the filing deadline. He
is currently on 21 state ballots and the
;t in the District cf CcI;
the basis of sex, race.
o do s
violate his trust as.
religion or national ongm. To do so. h
Commoner's vice presidential running
mate, LaDonna Harris, a native of New
Mexico, is the only woman nominated
for a major office this year and is a
strong supporter cf the Equal Rights
Amendment. . ;
The Citizens Party was formed last
year by a group of voters from across the
country who expressed their discontent
with the major panics. Commoner, 53,
is director of the Center fpr Biology and
Natural Systems at Washington
University in St. Louis.
Sigma Chi President Gregg Wada
left) and Chancellor Christopher
Fordham with the award given to
the chapter by the national
Sigma Chi fraternity. The award
recognizes the UNC chapter as
thr o'tetoncjjng Sigma Chi
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chapter nationwide. In addition,
the national fraternity presented
the University with a $50 check
to be used for scholarship
purposes. Fordham is a Sigma
The ticket office will not change the ticket distribution dates
for the last Carolina game to avoid Fall Break, Carolina
Athletic Association President Charlie Crown said Tuesday.
Students can call or visit the office to reserve bloc seats
Monday beginning at 8:30 a.m. Ticket distribution for bloc
seats will be Tuesday 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., instead of 8:30 a.m.
to 6 p.m.
Last year, the ticket office changed the ticket distribution
dates so they would not fall during fall break. Students could
pick up tickets for bloc seats on Wednesday.
But Brown said the change caused problems when students
who were not aware of it tried to pick up regular tickets
Wednesday and had to be turned away.
to be diQcuooed
Hameed Al-Kaisi, a UNC student
from Baghdad, Iraq, and Shahin, a
North Carolina State University student
from Tehran, Iran, will dicuss the
Iranian-Iraqi war at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
in Gerrard Hall.
The students each will speak for 20
minutes and then answer questions from
the audience. Their talk is sponsored by
the UNC Students Against Militarism.
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"I'm not happy with this year's system, but the three extra
hours (of bloc seat ticket distribution) was a compromise,"
Brown said. "Last fall's system had its faults and so does the
system the ticket office is using this year."
Brown said students could call Student Government Action
Line (966-4034) to voice their opinions about Fall Break
distribution beginning today. The survey will last about 10
"Having Action Line handle the surv ey of students to voice
their opinions on which ticket system for Fall Break they
prefer will help with next year's policy," Brown said. "I will
compile the results, see what students want and then make my
recommendations to the ticket office for next year."
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matter however enormous, can
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the mind; the remotest comers
yield to them; all things suc
cumb; the verv heaven itself
is laid open." These words
were written by a man named
Marcus Manilius almost 2,000
Read them carefully.
And remember them well.
For though these words
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quencc, they signify much more
than the facility of a wiiter who
has long since turned to dust.
These words express a
truth that time cannot age or
alter. Because there is in all of
us a need to understand that
is immortal and insatiable. A
need that makes the unknow
able food for thought and the
unheard-of music to our ears.
At Conoco Chemicals we
are more than mindful of this
need. It is an intrinsic part of
what we are and w hat we hope
to be. For our need to know
has compelled us to develop
the kind of technology that
will :.olve the problems we put
to it. The kind of technology
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kind of expertise that we are
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