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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, March 26, 1981, Page 4, Image 4

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3 4Tho Da:ly Tar Hael Tht.'-.l.iy. M. A I Public mvc announcements must b turned in at the box outside the DTH offices in the Carolina Union I -. fev 1 P they are to run th npKt day Each item will be run at Wist twice. . . ron.vs At mims lhufNjj ptoram at the RaptiJ mpui Min'tMry will feature a ptj:rjm on UNI' I'tmrkil Nijilu A J:45 p.m. IVmtirratlr Pwinct Mrftmr at 8 p.m. al all 35 polling placcvin th-angv Cimr.lv. I'rcvincl ufficiub. anj Jclcgates ill he elected. Ih; t mssr Christian rHvb.p will iixvt at 7 p.m. in the I'aitm for a Bihte xlutiv. ITk Mh-A-McI Mr&aliua isovp witl meet at 12:30 p.m. at the Campus Mintstry. Sm pvhm on f avium: Past 4 Pmwttt. Second of two ympstiim rm-weJ by the I'M" t'oaliiioa fof Soi'ial jwtitre. AI 7:30 p.m. in the UNC l aw School. met W. ta. from in department of operations research at Stanfprd University, will speak on "An Approach to Regeneraiivc Simulation on a General State Spa." 4 p.m. in 107 Smith BW. VJi. Marine Corp AmpSuiiiom Warfare Pmmtaiioa Team preM-nl a brkfin$ on turrenl and planned Navy and Marine Corp amphibious force capabilities which kwludc a ltaiMuon of the ue of maritime prt-positioning. 12:45-1:45 p.m. in 9 Carringion Hall. College KottndaliuB. Inc. lJMfoor' CtHslercnccs. All Mudcnts wlu have recc'ned loans from he College I imnj.iiiiiii. liw Ml)ST A I ri NI). C Yinfercnces will be held on the IINC-CH campus as foliim.v. Thursday i 6.15 attd 7:15 p.m. i 100 Hamilton HjiH.and April 13 at 6:15 and 7:15 p.m. iin 100 Hamilton Hall. rhe History of Manned Space Might film scru-s presents two NASA films on Apollo t2and Bat 6:45 in 247 l"hiilips. Bach's iaaefc. a series of free noonday concerts in the Chapel of the Cross features Marilyn Grubbs, soprano, and Albert Hardy, piano, at 12:30 p.m. . ' ' The Sports Club Conned will present and discuss the I9R1-82 budget at 7 p.m. in 222 Greenlaw. AJgta Mae H in ton will perform at p.m. in the South Gallery of ihe Union. ' ,. ' A Table "francsiBic will be held at 4 p.m. at Papajusyo. There will be a Memorial Rally for the Atlanta children at noon in the Pit. - The Janior Vanity Tennis Teat will play. Harvard at 2 p.m. as the Old Varsity Tennis Cenier. - Great Decisions is sponsoring Barbara Howell, a represen tative from Bread for the World at 4 p.m. in 203 Howell. . The UNC Chess CJub will meet at 7:30 in the Union. lambda work party at 7 p.m. in room 205 of the Union. The Sociology Interest Outip will meet at 3:30 in 151 Hamilton Hall. Jean Bargain will. speak on C reaiit and SiSe ia Af.Knn Art" sit X p.m. in 115 Aelland. CUM (Contraceptive Health Lducation Clinic) will spon sr an informal small group discussion at 3:30 p.m. in the I rank Porter Graham Lounge. COMING KVKNTS CIIANGK and rX'OS will cosponsor a candlelight march" to commcforatc the second anniversary of the accident at the " Three Mile Island at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in front of the Franklin St. Post Office. CM' Outing Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday in 222 Greenlaw. Register for Saturday's Walk for Humanity from K to 9 a.m. Saturday morning at the Campus Y. Applications for Urctioo Board Chairperson are avail able in Suite C. The deadline is 5 p m. Friday. UNC KiiSel will hold a dinner at 6 p.m. Friday followed by the weekly service. . Joel Fleishman, director of the Duke University Institute of Policy Science and Public Affairs will be the featured guest at the Campus Y Dinner-Discussion at 5:30 p.m. Friday. - A road run sponsored by the Carrboro and Orange County Recreation Departments will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday. - DAT (Dental Admission Test) AprH 25. $20 fee. Applications must be received in Chicago by March 30. Photograph required. Allow one week for mailing. Applica . lions in 3H South and 101 Nash Hall. Applications for junior marshal at graduation will be available at the Union desk through April 3. The Minority Planning Student Association presents a symposium on planning issues for the IVXOs I riday in the Institute pf fiusrrnment. , Applications : for student positions on the sixteen Chancefiws'ice Chantelltw's committees are now avail able in Suite C. Apply by Iriday. -- latramirrals: Blue Heaven classics on for all IM basket ha II teams that did not win any games. Deadline is I riday. This weekend's CROP lunch features Barbara Howell dis cussing the problem of world hunger Friday in room 202-204 of the Union. Beans and corn bread win be served for JL ITKMS OK INTKRF.ST The FcHnvrinical Croup at UNC is sponsoring a pot luck' dinner-discussion on "Women in the Ministry" at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Lutheran Student Center. CHANGE is sponsoring a tour of the Shearon Harris Nuclear Power Plant Wednesday. The carpool will leave the Looking Class Cafe at 6:45 p.m. The 193! Senior Class presents "African Queen" at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Carrol Hall. Admission is $1 and proceeds to the scholarship fund. Blood Drive. 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in Great Halt Juried Art Kxfaibit to be judged April 3 and exhibited through April. Information available at the Union desk. Anyone interested in tutoring for North Campus Star for the remainder of the semester and next year call 966-4084. ; 'CrfKdltfe" seminars will be sponsored Tuesday and Wednesday, by North Carolina Memorial Hospital and the School of Med 'cine. ' Piavmakers Reperttwy Company needs ushers lor its pr.. " due! ion of "The l ourposler." which runs through the end of March. This is vnlintvr -nrk ih.it allows ymi to see the show free. To sign up. come by PRC on the second flor of Graham Memorial. ' The Timwsits CselinK Ceotrr is open fc-V p.m. Mondays for appinlments nh ci'unsclorsj NeeJ help with lrreer w educationar planning tr personal and sKial if"blcms? Call V33-2I75 for upptiinlments, r stnc and br-.wsc in the library. Nash Hall. TV. "7 A memorial program and rally protesting the deaths and disappearances of 22 At lanta children' will be held today from noon to 1 p.m. in the Pit. Sponsored by the Committee for Black Student Unity, the program will feature speeches by BSM President Mark Canady, Delta Sigma Theta sorority president Rickey McCoy and representatives from Black Independent Political Party, the Minority Law Student Association and the Committee for Black Student Unity. "The rallyis not just to promote unity among black students but to heighten 'awareness of white students and organi zations to the black cause," said Tim Gaylord, founder of the Committee for Black Student Unity. . "The whole thing has to stop," he said. "The Atlanta murders are just a part of the whole movement now, typified by the re surgence of the Klan and the new Reagan administration." KIM KLEMAN s::o? iw's uivsesiw malltoday 10 RAIEISH norni! HlltS 10-9; GARY VILLAGE 10-9:30 CnDSf! TOLL FREE ATlYTirtS: N.C. 1-000-432-7740 . . .. ) - " - i UU3J tonightThursday, from 5-9 pm at Ivey's Ghapsl Hill University Mall It's o bin four-Iiour bach of fun end saumns to soo you tnrounsi tno spring somostor! Como listen to your f avorito beach music with VJCHL and disc joclioy Jim Payno. Scotho I'JGIIL noncorn maciiino and get a bag of popcorn. Enjoy complimontary ChGonvine from 5-0 pm! 5 torn n M i fl OM f. Ronistor to win groat prizes: Lady Thomson sportswoar outiir inciuaing a snon sleeve shirt of your choice, 34.00 value; and coordinating shorts, 25.00-30,00 value. Men's lzods sportsvoar outfit including your choice of Izod short sleeve knit shirt ana coordinating shorts. Plus olhorsupor prizes: v 5 novelty beach t-shirts from our Young Men s bnop 3 beach towels from the Shoe Salon ' 4 pairs of tickets to the GGO in Greensboro . Niki t-shirts from the Shoe Salon 3 one-week passes to the Health Spa 5 oairs of tickets to the Carolina Theatre Certificates for Swensen's Ice Cream Parlor $ 15 gift certificates from Papagayo Mexican Restaurant Luncheon entree for two at Chez Condoret 1 plant -from Tha Potted Plant Enjoy informal modeling by UNC sororities Kappa Kappa Gamma, Tri Delta and Kappa Delta. Get a free skin care analysis and make-up consultation in our cosmetic department throughout the evening. Gotfrootipson: Success Dressing: how to dress for your first interview, the working woman's wardrobe plan, fitness and beauty tips Getting a Job: how to write a resume, what you should know for your job interview including a list of Job-hunting resources; how to find to job that's right for you ..- 6 i

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