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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, March 02, 1981, Page 3, Image 3

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.-"'1 ' snt ftibhc isrvice announcements must be turned m at the box outside the DTH offices in the Carolina Union by 1 p m. if thev are to run the next dav Each item will be run at least twice. IOSHVS At'imiit C nrpooi lor I Hk tandk-ligtit VikH in Kjktjtn will meet JownMdirN in the Union ai ft p.m. Uring a I'jnJW. Th IV Media Board will meet ai 5 p.m. in K Cireen law. Inter icwo will be conJticicd. The Amrrkan Vxicl of Personnel Administrator pre sents t)r. William Bijjoness speaking on "Labor Orjcania Imhi m the South." Afterwards ibe club will hae a er important meeting to plan the April Chartering ceremony at 7 p.m. in T-5 of Carroll Hall. ! ThcSCA will hateits wccU meeting at 7:30 p.m. in room A at the Chapel of the Cross. All are invited. Carolina (. AsMtcialitMi Businrvt Merlin at 7:30 p.m. in 301 Dey Hail. Last chance to help decide on the food service you deserve at UNC. Last open hearings are Monday at 7 p.m. in Mor rison Lounge and Wednesday at 3 p.m. in rooms 202-204 of the Union. Tn Undergraduate Hislon Association presents Dr. Carl Pletsch speaking on "Love joy Killjoy: The History of Ideas and Intellectual History." Everyone is welcome at 8 p.m. in 569 Hamilton Hall. Krvaror Dcsijt and Job-Set king Tactic Workshop wilt be offered by the University Placement Services at 2 p.m. in 108 Hanes Hall. Activities on the Skills Guide (available in 211 Hanes) such as identifying skills, planning your job hunt and writing your resume will be covered. Amnesty international, the Nobel Prize-winning human right organization, has a local chapter which will meet at 8 p.m. in the Newman Center. Service" for tntrmird in working in Student (im era meat? ill out an application and be interviewed an tunc between I p.m. and p. in hi Suite C of the Union. COMt; t. KMS I he Hunger Action Committer will hold a meeting in room 103 of the Campus V Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. Plans to eliminate world hunger by fall break will be completed. Am one interested in finding out how to come and help w ith hunter. cme Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. to 103 of the Campus Y. Minorities In Maw Media will hold a meeting in the ttih floor lounge of llinton James to elect officials and discuss the A&T conferences. Representatives of a Study Abroad Program in Denmark w hich emphasies businevs administration w ill be on campus to meet w ith interested students on Tuesday from I JO to 2:30 p.m. in room 204 of the Carolina Union. All interested stu dents should attend this informal session. Come for some fellowship and offer praise to God with us at l ull Gospel Student Fellowship. We meet in the Union at 7 p.m. on Tuesday. " The Association of Business Students Career Planning Committer will meet at 3:30 p.m. in 306 Hanes. IX'OS. the campus environmer'al group, will have a meet ing Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in 204 of the Union. Everyone, in terested in the environment is welcome. "Bikin" if and I Jkio' if ... bring your bicycle, road rally, bike registration, displays and demonstrations of bicycle safety, security, maintenance and recreation. Meet in the Pit Tuesday front 2 to 6 p.m. The executive comWm ef UNC Vewsg DnMcnta will student A memorial service was held Sunday at the Newman Center for Malcolm Wayne Par ding ton, the UNC student who was found dead Tuesday night at Swensen's Ice Cream Factory in Chapel Hill. Pardington, 19, of 112 Hannah St., Carrboro, was a sophomore business ad ministration major and an employee of Swensen's. His death was ruled an acci dental asphyxiation from nitrous oxide by Dr. Jerome Tift, the medical examiner. Surviving are his mother, Cariey Williams Pardington of Carrboro; his father, Ed ward Davies Pardington of Winston Salem; two sisters, Cariey Walker of Chapel Hill and Celia Pierce of Green ville, N.C.; two brothers, Stephen Par dington and Joe Pardington, both of Carrboro; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Williams of Carrboro; and paternal grandmother, Doris Pardington of Winston-Salem. TRACY FORD meet at i: 0 p.m. IimxI.o in the I moil, t luxk activities sheet loi room number. Anyone interested in rtiunine lot an open pOMlion plcjsc come. I vcryonc is invited. I'M ' Wer Ski t.lun w ill meet in 2iN Gardner on I at X p.m. Kcviimcrs welcome. Kemcmhcr your checkbook! The Cndrrgradaair Potiiksrf Science Aoctation w ill meet I ucsday at X p.m. in room 207 of the Carolina Union. Jim Smith of the University Counseling Center will talk about summer job opportunities, deadlines and the Pl-.P program. Come and ask questions. lie. I). Kkfcardx of me department ufstaSstk at I NC will hold a colloquium on "Invariant Differential Operators and Zonal Operators and Zonal Polynomials" Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in Phillips 324. Refreshments will be served at 3 p.m. in Itiillips 31ft. I he ( iimpus Governing Council will meet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in 217 of the Union. All organizations planning to re quest money during budget proceedings need to attend and give a two-minute presentation. The budget process will be explained. CHLC. the I ofllracrrwive Health Education Clinic hold ing an inlormal and anonymous small group discussion class on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Health Education Suite on 2nd. floor of Student Health Center. tTKMS OF INTKRfcST The I'NC Reading Program offers individually tailored programs to improve your reading and study skills, no matter what your current level may be. If you were unable to enroll in the fall or were on the waiting list, we now have spaces available, including evening hours. Come by 204-205 Phillips Annex or call 933-3782 for more information. ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS taking graduate rnoui entrance exams this spring. Enroll now in the I NC READING PROGRAM to allow time for adequate prepa ration. We offer individual instruction and flexible hours, including evening sessions. There is no fee for students pre viously enrolled in the program. Come by 204 Phillips Annex or call V33-37K2. A symposium on the Anthropological implications of evo lutionary theory, sponsored by the Dept. of Anthropology, will be held March second and third, at 10 a.m. in the More head Planetarium Monday, and in Gerrard Hail at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. ,l)r. George Stocking, an anthropologist from the University of Chicago, will present a lecture "Apes, Grand fathers and Rubtcens. Dr. Andirenne Zihlman, an anthro- " pologist from the University of California at Santa Cm, wiS talk on "Theoretical Constraints on Models of Human Ancestry." at 2-3 p.m. March 2 in Gerrard Hall. IV. i.H. Crook, a psychologist from the University of Bristol, Eagiamf. will re Heel on "Evolution ef Identity ia Human Social Transactions" on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the MP Eaculty Lounge. Dr. 1.. SJobodUin, an ecologist from the Stale Uni versity of New York at Stony Brook, will discuss "Evolution as a Force in History " at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Gerrard Hall. The UNC Media Board is still accepting applications for editors and business managers thru S p.m. Friday. Applica tions should be submitted to Box 1 3, in the Union. Interviews wjll be held next week. Pardington Schoql.BoLj Jl 9 ... 't? C 9 different frame colors Sunsensors $15.00 Gradient & Clear $8.00 ."4-t 155 E. Franklin Street VISA MASTERCARD or open a personal VsA charge account toda THE' Daily CroSSWOHl CyHsrberlESmSSh . 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I.-.C All tV'tn HcserycJ is ,4 -?. M( t l Medical tiiiegr dmissiion lest) Apul 4. IV I I oti dollar applications iiuii lx- rxKtinarkcd iui l.iici than Match 6. there arc m Lilc rcvwradim lees. NcM and '.tesiiit! I tall t K2 is Sept. 12. AppliciHHtiis in MlSmiili liiiildine ind Mil N.nli Hall. "Words. Khtthm and Rhnic." a poclrs coiilest. is heme NpoiiMticd h the Alio HK-iican Sludics iiriKuliiin and HiiKk Ink. Siihinil up to lvc poems li4)2 Alumni Itiiildiui: m ihc-HSM ollicc. (all v3tJ52X li contest emdcluics l-ntrs deadline s Match 2V I'rtes ill be awarded. I he Miidmt tlnie t.t nrral is mm accept inj! applica tions lot the jHtMlioiis ol asMsianl attorney general. Appli canons max be picked up in Suite t ol the Studci! I iimhi March 2-March 16. Yihi ulo will have to Mgu up loi an intcnicw. Applicaiionv arc due March 16. Sophomores and jununs ate encouraged to apply lor the C LASS of "315 Summer Iravel (.rants. Three $XW I clkm ships will he awarded. Applications are available at the International Center. Student Union. Deadline is March 16. Applications are now available for chairperson positions lor the 1VXI-X2 C arolina lliuon. Applications at the Union desk. ' - t last call for seniors interested in competing for the Mangtim Mrdid in Oralr on March 23 and 24. I nlr forms arc available at the Union desk and lobby of the Campus V and must be returned by March 5. Sign-ups are open until spring break lor craft workshops bring held from March 17-21 in basketry, weaving, paper making and textile processes, silk screen and direct dye. l or only $2 you can learn how to do something new in two or , three hours. C heck at the Union desk for information. Any student interested in working with KHA next year should stop by the RH A office (Suite A Carolina Uniot and nil out an application by Friday. Positions are open for committee chairpersons and members. IM RAMl RAl.S ... IM basketball Wednesday is the second of two mandatory meetings for IM softball captains at 7 p.m. in MM Woollen Gym. Friday is the deadline for entering IM softball. one-on-one basketball, team racquet ball, and more.... Call Bert Woodard at Woollen Ciym for more information. OT1 71 -7? CI 71 i1 -T9 Monday, March 2, 1981 The Daily Tar Heel3 TrnrrTY linitfii nci'' r Two children who were in critical con dition last week after being hit by a car Wednesday were listed in stable condition at North Carolina Memorial Hospital Sunday. NCMH information officer James Bicket said there had been little improve ment in their condition during the 24-hour period from Saturday until Sunday. The children, Christopher Kilpatrick, 10, and Lance Badgett, 8, were taken off the critical list Friday. They were hit while watching a Bud weiser Clydesdale exhibition at University Mall. Kilpatrick suffered head injuries and a broken leg, and Badgett had chest injuries, a broken arm and a broken leg, Bicket said Erica Kendall, 6, who was also struck by the car, was listed in fair-to-good con dition Sunday. She had a broken pelvis. Five other people were taken to NCMH following the accident Wednesday but all had been released by Sunday. Chapel Hill Police Chief Herman Stone said the car's accelerator apparently got stuck as it pulled from a parking space near the exhibition. The car, a 1972 Buick, was driven by Mildred Cheek Cox of Chapel Hill. It struck at least ten people, one witness said. Two of the Clydesdale horses were in jured but not seriously. No charges had been filed Sunday, but the case was still under investigation by the Chapel Hill Police Department. DIANE LUPTON u Applications for the chairpersons posi tions of the 1981-1982 Carolina Union Activities Board arc now available at the Union Information Desk. Chairpersons are needed for the film, forum, gallery, human relations, publi city, recreation, social, special projects and videotape committees. Any regularly enrolled student is eligi ble to apply and can contact Carolina Union President-elect Larry Ellis for more information. Applications are due March 20. J OPEN 24 HOURS Savin Copies 6x11 Vt or Legal size 5t Special Price Taylor Cellars Burgundy 1.5LS3.61 Taylor Cellars Chablis 1.5L $3.61 Taylor Cellars Rhine .1.5L $3.61 Taylor Cellars Rose .'. 1.5L $3.61 Atrijaden Mountain Burgundy 1.5L $3.83 Almaden Mountain ChabBs .1.5L $3.83 Almaden Mountain Rose 1.5L $3.83 Almaden Mountain Rhine 1.5L $3 83 IngJenook Navalle Burgundy 1.5L $3.70 Ingtenook Navalle Chablis ,: 1.5L $3.70 Inglenook Navalle Rose .7. 1 .5L $3.70 Inglenook Navalle Rhine 1.5L $3.70 Duplin N.C. Scuppemong .750ML $2.33 Duplin N.C. Carlos .750ML $Z33 Duplin N.C. Rose 750ML $2.33 Lancers Rose 750ML $3.49 Lancers Rufeo 750ML $3.49 Lancers Branco .750ML $3.49 Cheap Case Prices on Beer & Wine Wholesale & Retail Ice Sales 50 Lb. Bag Keg & Ice Delivery Greenville-Chapel Hill 752-8772 967-9791 CI r fVUT Tin (Willi i i Tho Carolina Union Golloy Ccmmiiteo present! CRAFT WORKSHOPS Basketry, off-loom weaving, paper making, fabric painting March 16-21 Workshop descriptions, times and signups at tho Union Desk SIGN UP NOW! DO YOU NEED MONEY? - - - - .rr WE PAY MORE FOR YOUR GOLD AND SILVER! WHY?... WANT YOUR BUSINESS ri- k Buying CLASS RINGS v v - WGOLD & SILVER JEWELRY and WEDDING BANDS. Anything 10K, 14K, 18K GOLD! WE PAY TOP PRICE and test unmarked gold Now offering WHIPPETS Bongs Rolling Papers Adult Comics NAVAJO TRADING POST Open 7 days a week 510 W. 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