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Tar Heel Days, a series of four day-long
orientation programs for freshmen and
junior transfer students, begins Saturday.
"Tar Heel Days is most important to
parents' said Donald Beeson, Tar Heel
Days director. "We let parents know what
if s going to be like for their kids, and let
them know ahead of time that Carolina is
tougher than wherever they've been
Parents attending Tar Heel Days choose -two
half-hour information sessions from a '
list including "Parenting To Support Inde-'
pendence," "Financial Aid and Money Man
agement," "The Paper Chase Classroom
Pressures" and others dealing with social life
and university services.
After the information sessions, parents will
assemble into small groups for a question
and answer session with a student and a fac
"This is one of the most successful parts
of the parents' program," Beeson said.
"They have a chance to ask about anything,
and we can find the answer. This covers
academics, extracurricular activities and
social life everything they'll run into at
During the morning, Tar Heel Days will
provide new students with information
sessions on classroom pressures, money
management. Creek life, lifestyles, student
government, and other topics. The after
noon sessions will be devoted to dormitory
tours. ' '
In addition. Tar Heel Days will sponsor an
activities mart in the Union from 9:50 a.m. to
130 p.m. during each of the four days
June 27. July 11, July 18 and July 25. All
campus organizations are encouraged to
participate in the activities mart, Beeson
Students are needed to run the activities
and to guide new students through the cam
pus and the dormitories, he said. Interested
persons can contact Beeson at 933-2375 or
come by the orientation office in the Steele
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men,-sat 10 to 6, 942-2311
MeMrarsty Christian Fellowship invite you to a large-group
meeting at 8 p.rrt in the Parlor at Chapel of the Cross. The meeting
features speaker Don Pattv from Raleigh and the special music of
Greg Honeycutt Everyone is invited.
Jam in Shorts with Kappa Alpha P and (Court If you wear shorts,
admission is 50 cents from 91 p.m. Otherwise admission is SI.
Come out and support the Jam of the Summer in the Great Hall of
Artists participating in the invitational exhibition The Seatoned
lye will discuss their work on Thursday, June 25 at 7:30 p.m. at
CenterGallery, 11 8-A E. Main St.. Carrboro. This event is free and
open to the public. For more information call 967-1316 or 682-6234.
N.C. HUM foundation will hold a dinner at 6 p-in. Friday before
services. Dinner costs S2.25 and reservations can be made by calling
942-4057. Services begin at 7:30 p m.
Carotin Cay Astoeiatioa' LesbUnJGar Pride Dance Saturday,
June 27, 8 p.m. midnight at the Community Church Donations
requested. LesbianCay carpool to Durham March. Drivers and
riders meet at 10 a.m. in Planetarium panting lot
Summer Nature Hikes wiil begin Sunday at the E no River State
Park and wiil continue every Friday throughout the summer. The
hour long walks, which are free and open to the public, will begin at
J p.m. at the park off ice., located at the end of Cole MiD Road
Communist Worker's Party forums will sponsor speaker Fawzi Said
Mohamad, president of the general union of Palestinian students at
N.C. State University. He will speak June 27 at 4 pm. on "The
Palestinian Struggle Today."
The University's evening college will hold an informal meeting at
7. p.m. June 30 in 202 Abernathy Hall for people interested in
attending the school as part-time student Application deadline is
The OrangeDurham VWCA Coalition for Battered Women is
offering a 30-hour training program for men and women interested
in becoming volunteer advocates for battered women. The sessions
start Saturday, July 11 at 9 a m and will continue on Tuesday and
Thursday from 7-9:30 pm.
The Carrboro Recreation and Park Department is sponsoring
tennis classes for youths and adults to be taught at Wilson Park
Tennis Courts. Registration fee is sS10 and classes begin June 22. For
more information, call 942-8541.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The UNC Outing CM meets each Monday at 7 p.m. in forest
Theater. Rain location is the union and new members are
welcomed. . ' . ,
The University is offering an 11-week referesher course lor
registered nurses beginning Sept 8. Applications may be obtained
from Bonnie Hensley, School of Nursing 21 4H Carrmgton Hall.
Carrboro Parks and Recreation Department's Fourth of July
Celebration. The all-day event from 11 a.m. until 10 p m . will fea
ture games, contests, entertainment and a fireworks display
ing for you in tho
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plus small aalary for dishwasher. C&'A 942-1C21 fat
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LOST CLUE MINOLTA CAMERA Tuesday June IS at
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attached to pictures on tint. 942-19C0.
IS AT DISCOUNT. EU1 E!as. Anne KJctn,
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CASH PAID FOH EAGEDALL CJIDS, record tZiums,
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CAnTENSCR AVA31E for privet psrt'.-a arid
receptions. Call 477-4712 la Durham 7an to t.Zl am or
noon to 23 pm.
will euy nr;j Af;s used lfs cnock, cimkti.
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EXPERIENCED CHADOATE STUDENT wtA exeunt
local refretwes t orn kcJ prolitslondl fam?y srt'.$ ub
of child car endor lKuat.keepk3 In excharst kf con
venUnt cmtnlJt place to tv durinj next school ye as.
TK2 YOCA FIACE wi3 gZsz classes for benr.Inj and
. cont!nuin3 etadcr.Js of yc-; 5 Jy 13-A3 13 esphantlstef
rsiaxatSon throK-h al'-msr.f cf the body, lalad, and
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FC.'I SALE: MONTCOnrUY WARD TV. Clack and
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TWO STEALS TCI S'JLE. Dc:.LI wii mattrets and
box springs tZSXH 'and a small retlasrstor. Only
IS5.C3. Good ahapa. C3.SC7C2t anytime.
WANTED: CONGENIAL, f EMALE ncn-smoker;
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roomnvsfes. Narth St,, ti I,--.4 nsm TTttsfsrs. 1125
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Ft' fjntlshed lth ewSmming pool. AC and a3 kit
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gutt. J31mo. phts Vi utilises. Ca3 Dclbls at 9S7-2434
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Ask for Phil.
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W"3 start kteg down ths CokTaeer soon. Hay t3 yoa
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UNDAi Ehher It was a JsLs or ray tnemory has faSed.
L cis a net h ths same p !.ice sad Un:; yofrtX
CUH fr.Cirr CUT, fcstlsnt-y ptt!t dance. 5Mrdy.
27, $ pm to m'iu-H at Coajaiyr.'ry Omrth,
ltoa Farsa & P?ffey R4a. DsmUoa fronted.
Eponsored by CCA.
CO' IE OUT to fcitlsngsy prtda rTy. iane 27. Eelne
at 11 ' 1 ?n at f Pfeint. downtown (Kubana. Cerol
t-on llaneUjluai pij. lot. 10.03 am. lit file a Una
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