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The Campus Y will sponsor Sunday the
second annual Footfalls, a two-mile run and
a !()-ki!ometcr (6.2 miles) road race.
Several well-known members of the
University faculty will be participating in the
race, including English Professors Weldon
Thornton and Christopher Brookhouse and
history Professors James I eutze, Peter Filene
and Don Higginbotham.
All runners must pay a $5 pre-registration
fee which will help pay for Campus Y
programs such as Hunger Action, Big Buddy,
Umstca'd Hosptial and Murdoch Center
volunteers, Freshman Camp and the Coffee
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Facfi participant will receive a T-shirt and
be eligible for several prizes.
Award's will be given to the first, second
and third place male and female finishers in
the 10 kilometer run.
Also, first place awards will be given to
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A certificate of participation will' be
presented to everyone who competes in the
In addition, there will be random drawings
for prizes in which all runners are eligible.
The number of prizes to be given at the
random drawing 'has not yet been
determined. Campus Y Associate Director
James L. Smalley Jr. said.
"Students are out working on the prizes
now, so we're still not sure how many there
will be," Smalley said.
"The only way we have to raise money is to
sponsor fund-raising events like this," said
Beth Schofield, Campus Y co-treasurer.
"The $5 entry fee is really a contribution to
the Y," she said.
"We are trying to bring people out to have
a good time," Smalley said. "We'd like to
have between 300 and 400 (participants)."
Additional information and application
forms may be obtained through the Campus
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Public service announcements must be turned in at the box outside the DTH offices m the Carolina Union
bv 1 p m. if they are to run the twnl day. Each item will be run at least twice.
Frankenstein meets H.P. Lovecraft al the Science Fiction
& fantasy Club. Meet al Great Hall balcony at X:30 p.m,
I lie results of the election, and the international
tainificaiHuu M be the theme of ihe I NTIK NATIONAL.
UNIIRS I 'Or FEE HOUR from 3-4:30 p.m. Tor
American and international students and faculty.
Human Sexuality and Information and Counseling Service
will meet at 7 p.m. in room 217 Murphcy. Remember to
bring prool'-of-age ID.
Tne UNC Kcob Club wil hold its second faculty-student
wine and cheese party from 4-6 p.m. in Connor lounge.
Majors and faculty invited.
Io you wiint a great job this summer? An early start is
extremely important!! Come learn about the resources
available which can help. Take 45 minutes of your lime at 2
p.m. to attend a meeting sponsored by Pre-Career
Experience program. Next summer, you may be glad you
The Global Issues Committee of the Campus Y will meet
at 3 p.m. in room 206 of the Y building.
An interviewing skills workshop will be held 7-10 p.m.
upstairs in Naih Hail for pre-medpre-dent students. Sign up
at 311 South Building.
Andy Loving will speak on "Hunger, How We Can
Help." Loving is on the board of directors for Bread for the
World, a Christian-based political lobbying group. The
speech is sponsored by the Hunger Action Committee, 7:30
p.m. in room 221 Greenlaw.
Interest meeting for all UNC Black Greeks to discuss
Kozada at $ in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the
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CliANCK will present "Sentenced to Succcv.," a
60-minule film about French oppivsition to nuclear
opposition. A general meeting wil! follow. 7:30 p.m. in the
"Mesa Things Happesiuf m This I. ad," A talk with H.
L. Mitchell, co-founder ol the Southern Tenant Farmers
Union. Sponsored by the N.C. Student Rural Health
Coalition and the Student Bar Association al 7:30 p.m. in
Classroom 2 of the Law School.
There will be an important meeting of BSM cultural
committee to finalize homecoming activities in the Frank
Pre-vet meeting at 4 p.m. in 403 Dev Mall. Dr. Donald
Howard, associate dean of NCSU School of Veterinary
Medicine, will talk about the new school and admission
The Student Govern meet Budget Review Committee will
meet in Suite C of the Union at 5:30 p.m.
There will be a meeting of the social committee of (fee
UNC Sailing Club at 7:30 p.m. in the Frank Porter Graham
Lounge, second floor of the Carolina Union.
Alpha CUi Sigma brothers meet at 5:30 p.m. in 221
There has been a change in the COLLEGE BOWL
schedule for tonight. The games are as follows:
7:00 Blondie vs. TEP's TOPS; 7:30 Union Jacks vs.
Murphy's Lawyers; 8: IS Hollow Men vs. Gridiron
Canaries; 8:45 Wilmington 5 . vs. Brass Necktie;
9:30 Curmudgeons vs. Sexist Police, (The 7, 8:45 and 9:30
games are different). Games will be played in Union 205.
Resume Workshop sponsored by the University Placement
Services, will be held in 209 Hanes Hall. Activities expanding
on the Skills Guide will be covered.
All-campus weekly prayer meeting come pray with us at
noon in the Union.
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rJiisbetb C.'obey will present her slide show "aire: An
Adventure ia MKsitm for interested people at X p.m. in the
Parker dorm parlor. This is the story of her summer work
with a mission hospital in Zaire.
The L'NC Ski Club will have a conditioning clinic at 7:30
p.m. in 101 Greenlaw.
The UNC RacqaelhtS Club will meet at the courts at 7:30
p.m. for a mandatory meeting. Please attend! There will be
courts available from SI-10. Everyone is welcome.
The annual Fist Asian Stadies Held trip will travel to
Washington, D.C.. Nov. 14 and return to Chapel Hill the
same day. The group will tour Bonsai at the National
Arboretum and visit museums on the Washington Mall. Bus
fare is $22. For more information, contact Miles Fletcher at
The Campas Governing Council will meet al 7 p.m. in 201
Phi Chi members will meet to discuss plans for Spring
semester. We will group in Dr. David Roger's office, David
Hall, at 5. Please attend this important meeting.
The UNC Reader's Theatre Company will present tbe
"Anti-story: Barthelme." A performance of experimental
literature. The shows will be tonight and Thursday at 8 p.m.
in 103 Bingham. Admission is free.
The Campus Y Coffee K latch Committee wilt sponsor Dr.
Peter Kaufman speaking on "The Relevance of Christianity
Today." All interested students and faculty welcome.
The BSM Gospel Choir, Ebotiy Readers Onyx Theatre,
and the UCF Choir a ad Deaf Ministry wilt be performing
Thursday night at 7:30 in Hill Hall. All invited.
The UNC Society of Professional Jonrnaitsts will sponsor
guest speaker Art Chansky, sports commentator and
columnist, Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in room 203 of Howell
Hall. A short business meeting and refreshments will follow.
The UNC Chess Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 in the
The Environmental Law Project will meet to discuss
general policy. All interested in environmental problems and
policy invited. Meet at 1 p.m. in the Haywood room of the
Law School Thursday.
The Mid-Campus Chapter of later-Varsity will have a
chapter meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. in 21 3-2 IS of the Union.
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I he minisicr ol mush, at t hapcl Hill Bible hurth. will he
spcakinji ot "Vtorship: Praise and Singing
la cooceri "Saftdaj" A Christian singing gump
which presents a gospel ami sav-tcd music program.
Spvasorrd h: I'M" Campus Christian IrBowship. Meet at
7 p.m. in Great Hall ol the Union.
The North Campus Chapter of Inler-V ar.it will meet lor
an evening of Christian fellowship this Thursday in Ihe
University Methodist Church at 7:30.
lambda, the Carolina Gay Association newsletter, has its
first planning meeting for the second fall issue Thursday at
7:30 p.m. in 207 of the Carolina Union.
The Astronomy Club meets Thursday at 6:30 in room 247
Phillips, information about working for NASA, including
the film "Where Dreams Come True." will be presented. All
C.R.W. (CradBiie Record Examinations) Dec. 13.
Applications must be postmarked by Nov. 7. Aptitude Test
$20. Advanced tests $20 each. Late fee $5 additional until
Nov. 18. Applications and information in 101 Nash Hall.
Next testing Feb. 7, 1981 (many schools consider this lateofr
I -5 AT (Law School Admissions Test) Dec. 6. Applications
must be postmarked by Nov. 10. $31. Late fee $10 additional
until Nov. 17. Next testing Feb. 21 (late for '81) Applications
and information available in 101 Nash Hall.
Alpha Drlia Pi and Zeta Beta Tan will sponsor a blood
drive Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 10:00
ITEMS OF INTEREST
VVe need hosts and hostesses, waiters and waitresses and
sales clerks for the Campas Y Handicrafts Bazaar to be held
Dec. 5-7 in Great Hall. All intescsted persons can sign up in
room 102 of the Y building. No experience necessary.
Applications for Homecoming Queen may now be picked
up in Suite C or 106 Lewis Dorm. For more information, call
Charlie Brown, CAA President at 933-1515.
Will the Oceans Sorvlve? Dr. Dirt Frankenbnrg, or the
marine biology cornculum, will be offering his opinions and
asking for yours at the Friday evening Dinner Dncassion
starting at 5:30 at the home of Jim Smalley. Sign up at the
There will be an Organ Recital at the Dnke Chapd Sunday
at 5:00 p.m. featuring Marie-Churc Alaia, the celebrated
French organ virtuoso and renowned recording artist. Public
invited and free admission.
Officials. ..still need soccer officials. ..grail mural
basketball begins in two weeks.. .all persons interested in
officiating grail mural contact Rick Fair, superintendent or
officials, 933-1 153. ..pay minimum, hours flexible,
outstanding performance awarded by membership in the
UNC Officials Association. Faculty-staff... fs volleyball in
progress. ..persons interested in serving as volunteer liaisons
for a University department in fs program, contact Rob
Dae to electrical services, the Carolina Union wiB not
open afltii 1:30 a.m. Friday.
St .oral Legal Services Advisory Board seeks an
undergraduate student interested in a minimum of at least
two years service as a board member. Contact SLS, Suite A
of tbe Union, or at 933-1303 if interested.
Tbe Carolina Union prondty aaaowncc MOTHER'S
FINEST, in concert Thursday, Nov. 13 at S p.m. in UNCs
Memorial Hall. Tickets are $6.50, available through the
Carolina Union Box Office, Box 06 5 A, Student Union
Building. Chapel Hill, N.C. or call 933-1449.
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