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4 The Daily Tar Heel Friday. January 16. 1981
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Student Body President Bob Saunders
announced Wednesday his selection of
new student government officials to fill
vacancies in the executive branch.
Former State Affairs Director Darryl
Smith and Chancellor Committee Co
ordinator Danny McKeithen have been
named new executive assistants. Saunders
said Smith had been chosen as an addition
to the executive assistants while McKeithen
replaced former Executive Assistant
Scott Norberg, who has resigned.
Smith's former, duties have been
combined with those of National Affairs
Director Robbie Hassle. McKeithen
continued as chancellor committee co
ordinator, he said.
Also, Lynne Schachner was named
student services director replacing Joe
Buckncr who resigned. Sally Kinard and
David McCarn were named transporta
tion co-directors replacing Lee Carr,
who graduated in December. Barbara
Rosser replaced Jeff Koeze as academic
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An open house for freshmen interested
in joining the North Carolina Fellows
Program, an organization designed to
develop students leadership potential,
will be from 5-7 p.m. Sunday in the
program office, 302 Steele Building.
Applications for the program,
available in 301 Steele, at the Union desk
or through RAs, are due at the office by
5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 21.
People . selected for preliminary
interviews will be notified the week" of
Feb. 9. Final selections will be made March'
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Rs."pieNeniatives of Che WORK IN BRIT AIN program will
be on campus and will hold an tnformaiional moiling lor all
interested sludcnls in room 217 of Ihe Union ai J p.m.
Smyrna will present a program of contemporary jaA folk
and C hristian music. Public urged to attend free of charge.
Come to Great Hall in the Union at 8 p.m.
HiHet will begirt the new semester with a 1 riday night
dinner at 6. Cost is $2 for affiliates and $2.50 lor non
af filiates. Afterward, there will be a reform shabbat service
at 7:30. Make reservations by noon.
Ijiiia AmerirtH Kaceeniro in Ihe International Center
Meeting Room in the Carolina Union coffee and tea will
be provided sponsored by the Institute of l.a(in American
Studies and the International Center. Meet at 12:15 in the
InScrnational Center Meeting Room of the Union.
The UNC SSudi-nl Committee on Crime Awareness and
Prevenliod (CAP) will hold its New Year's meeting.
ATTENTION TO AI L MKMSKRS OF THE MUSLIM
STUDENTS ASSOCIATION: All members have meetings
every FRIDAY during the semester for JUMA'H from 12-1
in room 217 Carolina Union. These meetings will occur every
Friday. All members and guests are welcome.
The International Center and (he Institute for Latin
American Studies invites everyone to the first meeting of a
discussion series on Latin America. Meet at noon at the
There will be a meeting for all those interested in working
with the JOE El C .I R FOR STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT
campaign on Sunday at 7:30 in Gardner 105.
Israeli Folk Dancing! Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the Hillel
House. All welcome.
Monday evenings al Ihe University Counseling Center, 6-9
p.m. Call 933-2175 for an appointment to talk with a coun
selor or just come browse in the library.
UNC Outing Club will hold its first meeting Monday at 7
p.m. in the Union. New members are welcome.
The UNC Rugby Club will hold a meeting at 7 p.m. in the
Union on Monday. Inquire at desk for room number. Please
spread the word. Any problems, call 942-2675.
Come to the BSM General Body meeting at 7 p.m.
Monday in Upendo. ,
The Rand j Committee of the CGC will meet at 6 p.m.
Monday in Suite C of the Union.
Dr. Robert Harris of the U.S. Council on Environmental
Quality will talk on "Environmental Policy in a Chemical
Age.? This lecture is the first in a series on the management
of hazardous waste. Meet at 8 p.m. in Greenlaw Hall
NCMH Volunteer Registration for University volunteers
Returning volunteer registration is today from 9-5 at the
volunteer oifice in the hospital. New volunieeis may register
the week of Jan. 19-23 from 9-ft at the tii'ttccCaii office al '
AlUpersons interested in working with the F.!ick Arts
Festival contact Wanda Montgomery at the BiM office.
The monthly visit to the Orange County Prison I'rsit is
H;.:khormifch will be this Saturday. Those interested in
going, meet at the Chapel Hill Bible Church, downstairs,
12:45 p.m. Ca!! 942-6567 for more information.
The L NC Water Polo Club win hold an important organi
zational meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in room 206 of the
Ucion. AH are invited.
Meeting of the Enetutive Cabinet ef the Student GoverB
menl Juesday at 5 p.m. in Suite C of the Union.
Subliminal Advertising, Mass Media, Images, a ore. Jean
Kiibourne presents the illustrated lecture: "The Naked
Truth." Wednesday at 8 p.m. FREE, in Memorial Hall.
UNC students interested hi volunteering to work this
semester at John U instead Psycttiatrk- Huspiut in Butner
should attend an organizational meeting. Call Campus Y for
Mario Velasquez, international spokesman for the Demo
cratic Revolutionary Front (FDR), EI Salvador, will speak
on "War in Central America: U.S. involvement in El
Salvador" at 8 p.m. in 209 Manning Hall.
Dr. Norman G. Eiisrnich of the University ef Miami will
speak on "Mkrostractui Science and Engineering, spon
sored by the UNC Cnapur of Sigma XI. He will lecture on
Monday from 8-9 p.m. ira the auditorium of Rosenau Ha5I.
TryouU for the mefl'i junior varsity tennis team will be .
held Jan. 26 at 2 p.m. on the Vanity Courts located off
Country Club Road.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Professor Herman Cheraoff of the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology will speak Jan 26-29 with lectures on the
following: "Optimal Design of Experiments," "Scqaential
Design of Experiments," and "Continuous Time Sequential
HELPLINETRAINING PLANNED: Helpline, a regional
crisisemergency phone counseling service, will begin its first
counselor training program of the year Jan. 29. Interested
volunteers should contact Helpline at 929-0479 soon. Help
line, which serves Orange, Person and Chatham counties, is
located in Chapel Hill. Volunteers must be at least 18 years
old, but do not need to have any counseling experience.
Chapel Hiill Transit has reinstated service in the Pine
Knolls area on a limited basis. Provisions have been made .
for some morning and afternoon service. Additional
information may be obtained at 942-5174
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1,1 'Peak n "The StHtui Impait ttf Microcomputers." His
lecture ill be Monday al noon in 207 Hamilton Hall.
ProfesM I)v Kiel, visiting professor in the department
of politics! science. speak on "Hxrcsthf tad )rsai
li.wi Development Artivilies in s.C. Slat (iovrramesi:
ImpSiealioos for Po!U- Implems-filation."
Dtikf I nierv(j Venter tor lis Slody of Easiness Reus
hlio. is sponsoring Jim J. Tozzi Wednesday afternoon at
1:30 in room 204 Perkins Library on Duke's West campus.
The JikoI Senate of Ibc Dialectic and Philanthropic
Societks ib bow accepting petitions for membership. Those
interested in knowing more about the societies are welcomed
to regular meetings every Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. in 300
"Th PuImc's View." Find out why more than $40 billion
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Workshops, lecture, films and more. Contact Union for
Anyone interested in refereeiiif i.M basketbaU this texsoa
should attend the mandatory dinsc Monday at 7 p.m. in 304
Woollen Gym or contact Rick Fair at 933-1000. There will be
several other clinics that week.
NTfc (National Teackers' Exam) Feb. 21 Applications
must be received in Princeton, N.J., by Jan. 21. Commons
test, $20; area tests, $20 or $35 if both are taken on the same
day. Late fee, an additional $5, if received before Jan. 28.
Required for teaching in North Carolina and in some other
states. Applications in 101 Nash Hall.
Orange Count; personal property las Bstinj, county tax
ofTke, Carr MJ1 Mall, second floor, Monday through Friday ,
9 to S Saturday. 9 to noon. Deadline Jan. 31.
Carowinds is holding auditions for its
live shows from 4-7 p.m. Monday in
rooms 207-209 of the Carolina Union.
Carowinds is looking for singers,
music groups and actors. Singers should
prepare two minutes of material
including an up-tempo song aid a
ballad. Dancers should prepare two to
three minutes of their best dance routines
and musicians should prepare two to three
minutes of music.
Performers selected to work at Caro
winds will' work from 15 to 30 weeks
during the summer of 19S1 depending
on the show they are chosen for.
The Chapel Hill Concert Series
and the Carolina Union
Renaissance to contemporary music
8 p.m. Memorial Hall
$2.50 for Students and Union Privelcsi
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