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Colieqe life brings Jong lines,
By TED AVERY
Freshmen and junior transfers who
enter the University this fall expecting
to live a life of fun times will find that
college life requires handling inconve
nient yet necessary University proce
Students buying books will again
have to wait in long lines in the UNC
Student Stores, predicted Doug Rieb, a
clerk in - the Stores' textbook depart
ment. "The busiest days are after the
first, second and third day of classes,"
he said. ;
Rieb said there were two ways to
avoid those long lines,
f "If (students) shop in the evenings,
the lines are a lot shorter. From 6-9 p.m.
things really quiet down."
Students can also buy their books
before classes start, but "if they're not
sure (which books), they should go to
class first," he said.
Students who buy books for the
wrong classes may get a full refund if
they return the books before Sept 8.
As usual, freshmen must deal with
long lines when they register for their
fall classes. On Aug. 19, freshmen with
a permit-to-register-card will be admit
ted to Woollen Cym to register. These
cards will be distributed to the fresh
men Aug. 17 and 18 by the deans of
General College. '
Each freshman is sent a registration
packet containing registration informa-
tion such as the name of the dean they
must see for permits and a map of
Woollen Cym, said Ben Perry, assistant
director of Records and Registration.
Freshmen may also register Aug. 20
along with junior transfers, graduate
students and upperclassmen who didn't
pre-register. Perry said.
Another necessary experience await
ing freshmen is the swim test Each
freshman will receive an appointment
card for this test of swimming skills
from the Physical ducation Depart
ment, P.E. activities secretary Delaine
1n this test, freshmen must jump or
dive in a pool and swim and tread water
for five minutes. They must take their
swim test by the completion of their
second P.E. course or they will receive
an "incomplete" grade, Hardee said. "If
they cannot pass the swim test, we ask
them to enroll in a swimming class."
Freshmen who cannot swim should
go ahead and take the class first
semester while those who can should
take the test at the beginning of the
year, Hardee said.
Freshmen who have a lif esaving card
may be exempt if they bring the card to
205 Woollen Cym, she said.
Some freshmen will face the pro
pect of having two roommates in the
dormitories this fall because of housing
shortage. Phyllis Graham, assistant di
rector for housing contracts, said 100
freshmen women and not more than 50
freshmen men would be tripled.
An adequate supply of parking per
mits is available to junior transfers who
want to bring their cars to campus, said
Jerri Hoenig, motor vehicle registration
coordinator, last week.
The permits will be available for
junior transfers Aug. 19 in 08 Peabody
for $54. .
Forced by University policy to be
without cars, freshmen may buy passes
for bus routes covering the University
area (the U and S services). These
passes will cost $19.50 for the fall
semester (Aug. 15-Dec. 30) and $32.50
for both the fall and spring semesters
(Aug 15-May 15). They may be bought
either by mail or from the Traffic Of
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