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Public service aonouncefients most be turned in at the box outside the DTH offices in the Carolina Union
by I P m. if they a'e to run the next day Each item will be run at least twice.
24. Applications and information are available in 101 Nash
Hall and 211 Haws.
The ProfasioBd (Jus'iincaiiiwl Test wi!I be given Nov. IS.
and application must be received in Berkeley, C'a.. by Oct.
25. The National Securiiy Agency is coming to inierview
applicants at the Univesity Placement Services, 211 Hanes.
Dec. 2 and Feb. 5. Pick up apfjikaiiom in 191 Nash Hall.
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Ran-) Commoner, ( ilirfl Party Candidate for President,
speak at 11:30 p.m. in Great Hall in the Union.
Sponsored by the UNC" People's Alliance'.
Mandatary clinic for IM Volleyball and soccer referees at
6 p.m. in 304 Woollen.
The IlilSel Kcshrr 1cH ill be held at 6 p.m. Come to the
Hillel House for (he best corned beef sandwiches south of
the Big Apple.
The Israel .anted Seminar will be held in the Graham
Lounge upstairs in the Union at I p.m.
The Student Government University Services Committee
will meet at 5:15 p.m. in Suite C.
CookoalMeeting for all undergraduate geography
majors. To discuss job opportunities, grad school, etc. Rides
to Dr. Kopec's arranged in geography office in Saunders.
Meet at 3k30 p.m. at geography office in Saunders Hall.
Society of iitilenas will meet at 4:30 p.m. at the Kappa
The L'NC Racquetbail Club will meet from 8-10 p.m. at
the courts. AH welcome.
An organizational meeting of the UNC Baha'i Club will be
held at I p.m. in room 202 of the Union.
AiESF-C will meet at 6 p.m. at Kathy's house. Please bring
Young Americans for Reagan and the New Team meeting
at 7:39 p.m. in 213 of the Union.
to' perform t
The Carolina Area Friends of Folk,
Bluegrass and Blues presents a concert
with De Danann and The Bully Wee
Band at 8 p.m. today in the, Carolina
Theatre, Roney St., Durham.
De Danann, a traditional Irish band .
features Frankie Gavin on fiddle.
Though only 22, Gavin is recognized
among Irish music enthusiasts as one of
the most talented fiddlers.
The Bully Wee Band combines
traditional and modern instrumentation.
The band members from England,
Ireland and Scotland havefused their
regional styles into a new sound.
Tickets are available at Oxbow Music,
Hillmusic and Big Shot Records.
Anglican Student Fellowship weekly eucharislic gathering
is held at 10 p.m. in the Chapel of the Cross.
The Industrial Relation Association will hold a 7 p.m.
meeting in the Souih Gallery meeting room of the Union. All "
persons majoring in industrial relations are urged to attend.
. There will be a Forum Comtntifee meeting at S p.m. in the
Frank Porter Graham Lounge. Plan to attend.
Political Science Honors; IThere will be a meeting of all
; juniors interested in the Honors Program in political Science
at 4 p.m. in room 351 Hamilton Hall. Call 929-5891 if you
can't come. ,
Al Alpha Chi Sigma brothers meet in 221 Venable at 5:30
There will be a Bible Study on Revelation at 9 p.m. at the
The Baptist Student Union Coanca will meet at the Battle
House at 6 p.m. -
The UNC Circle K dub will have a Bake Sale in (he Pit
today to raise money to help the needy. Be a friend buy
All campus weekly prayer Meeting Won't you join us
in prayer this noon in the Union?
UCF Bible Stndy at 7 p.m. in Upendo. All welcome.
The Campus Y Coffee KJatcn will meet in the second floor
lounge of the Union from 3-4:30 p.m. All welcome.
The Gallery Committee of the Carolina Union meets
Thursday at 3:30 in room 206. All interested "parties"
The Poverty Adion Committee will meet at 3:30 Thursday
in room 206 of the Campus Y.
Mid-Campus Chapter of later-Varsity will meet Thursday
at 7 p.m. in 217 Union. Susan Sutton, IVCF staff worker,
will be speaking on "Loving the Unlovely."
UNC Recreation Society presents Minnie Mouse of Wait
Disney World recruiting here Thursday. A slide presentation
will be presented Thursday night at 7:30 in 202 Student
Students Against Militarism will hold a forum entitled
"The Iranian-Iraqi War." Brief presentations by Iranian
and Iraqi students will be followed by an open discussion.
. Come and find out both sides of the story. Meet at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in Gerrard Hall. , '
Inter-varsity Christian FeSowsJsip; Granville and off
campus chapter will have a meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. at
the University Methodist Church in the basement. The
speaker will be Hunter Dockery-staff worker at ASU.
Dr. Herbert Bod man, UNC professor of history, will
speak 3:30 to 5 p.m. Thursday in the Carolina Union. At the
International Center Discourse on "The Candidates and
American Foreign Policy. This week's discussion will focus
on the Middle East. All students are welcome. Refreshments
will be served. '
Alpha Phi Omega has various articles from around
campus in its Lost and Found. Check by Smith Building
basement from 9:30 to 4:00 weekdays. Found articles may be
turned in also.
The Foreign Service Examination will be given Dec. 6 and
applications must be received in Washington, D.C. by Oct.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Petitions are available for iha ESM in the BSM office.
Suite B of the Union. Deadline for petitions to be returned is
Friday, Oct. 24.
Student photographers are invited to submit their works to
the second annual "Rainbow Ian Clack" photography
competition, co-sponsored by AfricanAfro-American
studies and She Black Student Movement. Entries may be
mounted black-and-white or color prints of any size and
should be submitted in 402 Alumni Hall by 5 p.m. Oct. 20.
For more information, contact Allen Johnson at 966-5496.
Citapel Thrill T-shirts are still available at the incredibly
low price of $ I JO. They make great night shirts. Get them in
Suite C while the supply lasts.
Anyone interested in serving as a hosthostess to high
school seniors during National Achievement Weekend (Nov.
6, 7,8) should go by 01 Steele Building or the BSM office for
WXYC T-shirt! Why go for a cheap thrill when these
never out-of-style Ts are available. Help support student
radio. They'll be on sale noon to 3 p.m. in the Pit or at
Fiht Soataera Bell's rate Increase. Sign a petition which is '
available in Student Government and RHA off" ices and also
from hall officers and at the SCAU table in front of the Pit.
A twist of the wrist should not cost $40.
Post Cards for requesting absentee ballots are available in
the Student Government office, Suite C of the Union. You
participated in the mock election, now vote for the real
EEAT STATE EXTRAVANGANZA!! Sponsored by the
Sweet Carolines and Delta Upsilon. Pig out and see Ron
Stuttt of WCHL, Woody-Durham, Jimmy the Greek,
Cheerleaders, band and BSM pep club. Everyone welcome.
latraaturais: "Big Apple Olympics" has been postponed
to Tuesday, Oct, 28. Still time to enter call 933-1 153.
The ESM CaroHaa Pep CJb will be strutting its stuff at
the DU-Sweet Caroline Beat State Extravaganza. Pep rally is
at 6:30 p.m. Thursday on Fetzer Field.
Optometry Kemitment Conference Oct. 15 in 3533
Gardner Hall at NCSU. The state of North Carolina has
contracted for the students at the Pennsylvania College of
Optometry, plus more positions at the University of
Alabama (2), 14 students at the Southern College of
Optometry and 2 studEntt at the University or Houston.
Freshman, sophomores, juniors and seniors interested in
optomety will find it useful. Come to 106 Nash Hall formore
Dy KERRY DEROCIII
Deborah Levine, a sophomore from Clearwater, Fla., will
be swern in as the District 17 representative to the Campus
Governing Council at its next meeting, Elections Board
Chairman Gregg James said Tuesday.
James said Levine will become CGC representative because
Brian Goray, her opponent in the election last week, decided
not to appeal his disqualification to the Student Supreme
Goray had said he would appeal the decision of the UNC
Elections Board to disqualify him. Goray had received 22
votes in the election and Levine received 17. .
The Elections Board voted Thursday to disqualify Goray
because election bylaws state a candidate must submit a record
of finances to the board by 5 p.m. on the day of the election.
Goray did not turn in his finances statement until the day after
The Elections Board had ruled that a candidate must submit
Action Line survey
a second finance record for a run-off election, though election
bylaws do not specify a second sheet must be submitted.
Goray said Saturday he would not file an appeal but would
not comment on his decision.
James said he believed the controversy over election results
was the fault of ambiguities of campus election laws.
"Somebody could put the bhme on the Elections Board,
but it gets down to the laws," James said. "It strictly depends
on how you read the. laws.
"They are very confusing as to what should be done in
certain cases," he said.
Levine agreed with James that the election laws did have
ambiguities and needed revisions.
"I am interested in getting on the (CGC) Finance
Committee, and the Election Review Committee," Levine
said. "I can see where there are problems in the election laws
and I feel the way they go about the distribution of finances
"I'm sorry about the circumstances of the election, but I'm
glad of the chance to be on the council," she said.
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By KAREN HAYWOOJP
Response to the Action Line survey on
the noise ordinance has been low, said
Susan Strayhorn, Student Government
Town Affairs director.
"We're not getting as much response
as we'd like," she said. Only eight
people have called since the survey
began Oct. 6. The survey will continue
She said most of the eight people who
responded said they had heard of the
noise ordinance or had experienced or
been bothered by the noise.
Most of the callers said they thought
the ordinance was too strict, but they did
agree there was a noise problem in
Chapel Hill, Strayhorn said. "Several
Granville residents have called saying
they have heard a lot of fraternity noise
over the years," she said.
The callers usually favored a noise
ordinance but would prefer one which
was not as strict or was formulated along
different lines, she said. Measuring the
decibel level with a noise meter is one
major problem, she said, because it is
hard to- know if the noise level has been
measured correctly. Most of the callers
said they approved of the town's noise
away from the noise meter to other
methods of enforcing the ordinance, she
The callers also said they believed
students and student functions caused
most of the noise, but they said they did
not think the noise problem has been
dealt with effectively. "Students have
complained about police conduct when
it comes time to close down a party or
take a noise reading," Strayhorn said.
Two of the respondents are town
residents, she said. One resident said he
thought the noise ordinance was too
lenient, and the other said he thought it
was ineffective. One resident said he
thought students had no concern for
Strayhorn said she hoped response to
the survey would increase. "If we don't
get enough responses from people
calling in, then we'll start calling
people," she said. -
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HEALTH ACr.liniSTRATICI ' ,
Tho Duko Program in Health Administration is ono of tho nation's
'fcrcrnost grcciuato training courses ieacfing to a Master in Health a
Administration (MHA). .
Duke graduates have chosen careers in hospital and clinic
management, consulting, health planning, insurance, medical center
administration, and numerous federal and state government agencies.
During tho two-year Duke curriculum, MHA students take courses in
financial and managerial accounting, quantitative methods,
organizational theory, health economics, medical caro systems, social
dimensions of illness, health law and public policy, and field training in
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR APPLICATION MATERIALS, CALL 634
4188 OR COME BY THE DEPARTMENT IN TRENT DRIVE HALL ON THE
A special Orientation Seminar for Duke and UNC students interested in a career in health
administration will bo held in Room 144 Trent Drivo Hall at 7:30-8:30 Thursday evening,
Oct. 15 7:30 p.m
Rm. 213 Carolina Union
All Members Are Urged to Attend.
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