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4The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, September
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Anyone interested in working as a vol
unteer at the Murdoch Center should at
tend a meeting at 7 p.m. today and Wed
nesday in Room ZJoofine Carolina Union.
The Murdoch Center is the Regional
. Mental Retardation Center in Butner. Stu
dent volunteers of all academic majors are
needed to volunteer their time through
visits with Murdoch residents.
Anyone who cannot attend the meeting
should stop by Room 102 of the Campus
Y Building for more information.
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Wednesday Sept. 2nd
Public' icrvicc announcements must be turned into the box outside DTH offices in the Carolina Union by
'noon if they are to run the next day. Each item will be run at' least twice.
The Campos Gowning Conndl win meet at 7 p.m. in 215 .
Union. A3 representatives check your mailboxes Tuesday for
' The Academic Procedures Conmitlec of the UNC Siudenl
Government will hold its first staff meetiiuj at 5 p.m. in the
' Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Union.
Alpha CM Sigma will meet at 7:30 p.m. in 224 Vsiable.
The Alpha Epafcrn Delta Exeeative Committee will meet at
3:30 p.m. in the hospital (NCMH) cafeteria. All committee
members please attend.
There will be an organizational meeting for the L'NC dub
lot Hockey Team at 7:30 p.m. in 220 Union.
Delta Sigma Pi will meet at 7 p.m. in T-6 Carroll Hail All
brothers MUST attend:
Racqaetbal eathasiaste There will be an organizational
meeting for all female or male, novice or pro racquctball lovers
for the L'NC Racquctball dub at 7 p.m. in 218 Union.
Everyone is welcome.
There will be a Bihie study on Matthew for the Graduate
Student Fellowship of the Baptist Campus Ministry at 7 p.m.
at the Battle House.
The Caronaa Disc Oub is now forming. Organizational
meeting is at 4 p.m. in 217 Union. Anyone interested in playing
intercollegiate ultimate, campus frjsbee golf or just learning to
throw frisbee is invited to join. See you there.
. Volunteer aoaw of your tima at Murdoch Regional Mental
Retardation Center. Interested persons should come to an or
ganizational meeting at 7 p.m. today or tomorrow in 206
Union. For further Information, contact the Campus Y or
come by 102 Y building. Thanks.
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BSM Gospel Choir auditions will be at 9 p.m. tonight and
Thursday in Upendo Lounge. Musicians are also welcome to
There win be an ergsoizational meeting for all those inte
rested in volunteering at John Umstead Psychiatric Hospital at
7 p.m. in 213-215 Union. Everyone is welcome. .
Find out about fall, spring Sailujs Classes, cruises, trips, rac
ing, etc., at the first meeting of the UNC Sailing Club to be
held at 7:30 p.m. in 431 Greenlaw.
There will be a meeting oT the UNC Coftege Republicans
tonight in 226 Union. AH interested persons are welcome.
Tom GBntore, deputy secretary of Hums Resources, will
speak to UNC Yotmg Democrats at $ p.m. in the Union. All
YD members, guests and interested persons are invited to at
The UNC Drag Abase Society win hold a meeting at 7 p.m.
in 212 Phillips Hall. Suggestions will be taken and refreshments
and food will be served.
Frtaaamaa Sarvivat Seminars, a four-week seminar designed
for freshmen and other new students, will meet- from 4-5:30
p.m. in 224 Union. The topic is Transition and the seminars are
being sponsored by Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.
The Christian Science Orgaaizatfoa will meet at 2 p.m. in
205 Union. All interested students, faculty, and staff are wel
come to attend.
The Alpha EpsSoa Delta Executive Committee win meet at
5:30 pjn. in the hospital (NCMH) cafeteria. All committee
members please attend. .
The tenured members of the UNC Elections Board will as
semble tonight outside the Frank Porter Graham- Lounge of
the Carolina Union in order to finalize the minutes of last year's
meetings and make suggestions for the incoming feoard
Established in 1971 and operated ever
since by UNC alumni we have. a newly
renovated store with the largest selec- '
tion in town. Over 500 bicycles in the
warehouse including. .
Repairs - 2 mechanics 8 years exp.
Hours: 9 am - 6 pm Mon.-Sat.
110 W. Main St.,(across from Wendy's)
. Today is the last day to claim cash at the APO Book Co-op
in Union 202-204. Bring your blue claim slips between 9:30
a.m. and 4 p.m.
. Angel Flight wiD have its first meeting of the semester at 5
pjm. TMSmesday in Lenoir Halt. All old members are encour- '
aged to attend to plan activities for this semester.
"Star-Spangled Extremists," a short film about extremist
movements in American history, will be shown by Americans
for Common Sense at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday in 100 Hamilton
Hall. Bill Balthrop, UNC debate coach, will lead a discussion
on the "New Right" afterward. V
American for Common Sense will have annua! elections at
8:30 p.m. Wednesday after the scheduled program in 100 Ham
ilton Hall. Pay membership fee of S3 at the table or at the
meeting to be eligible to vote and hold office.
. Women's VoBeyfeal Quk will hold its organizational meeting
Wednesday in 303 Woollen Gym. Everyone interested in recre
ational volleyball and USVBA competitive is invited to attend.
St. Anthony Hal invites all students to attend a poetry read
ing, including local and visiting poets to be held at 7 p.m. Wed
nesday at 207 Pittsboro Street. For more information, contact
Marie Sif ford at 967-9172, .
Angelicas Student Fellowship Holy ComjnnnJon is at 10
p.m. Wednesday in the Chapel of the Cross. Fellowship time
follows. All are welcome.
There will be a meeting of the Sports Club Council at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday In 214 of the Union. All presidents and trea-
surers should attend. -
The L'NC Coalition for Social Justice will be holding a plan
ning meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in 221 Greenlaw.
AIESEC (International Association of Students in Econ.
and Management) will hold their first meeting at 5:30 p.m.
Thursday in 207 Union. Everyone is welcome.
BloodmobAe sponsored by Kappa Psi will be in Great Hall
of the Union from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday. Appointments
may be made by calling 968-9390 or 968-9010.
A program at the Baptist Campus Ministry featuring Dr.
William Clem mora of Southeastern Baptist Theological Semi
nary will be held at 5:45 p.m. Thursday at Battle House. Clem
mons will speak on "Christian Lifestyle." ' ;
. There will be a meeting of all new students interested in '
working with Student Government at 7 p.m. Thursday in 202-
Study Abroad: There will be a meeting for all students inter
ested in studying abroad this year to discuss Fulbright, Mar-.
shajland Luce scholarships at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in $69 Ham- ;
litem Hall. If you can't come, stop by 405 Hamilton for more ,
AADSAS (American Association of Dental Schools AppB
' canon Services) are available in 312 Steele Building and 101
Nash Hall. Completed and corrected applications must be re
ceived by Oct. 1 in Iowa City, Iowa.
LSAT (Law School Admission Test) Oct. 3, S38, if applica
tion is postmarked by Sept. 3. Additional $15 late fee if post
marked between Sept. 4 and 10. Applications in Nash Hall.
The DAT (Dental Admission Test) is Oct. 3 for $25. Applica- .
tions-must be received by Sept.7 in Chicago. Applications are
in 312 Steele Building and 101 Nash HalL Test review materials
are on reserve in the Undergraduate Library and 106 Nash
Ushers needed for PRCs production of The Front Page. See
the play for free by signing up to usher. Performances are Sept.
15-27. For instructions, see the sign-up sheet, 203 Graham
Memorial. ' .
Appgcatfons for the 1981-12 Toronto Exchange are available
at the Union desk. Deadline for applications is Monday.
Women's rugby? Why not? AH interested persons should
call Gretchen at 967-3296.
The United Nations dub is accepting new members until 6
p.m. Sept. 6. Applications are available at 352 Hamilton Hall
and the Union desk. Completed applications are due at 6 p.m.,
Sept. 6 at 352 Hamilton. There will be interviews for prospec
tive members, and new members will be inducted the week of
Pre-M edPre-Den tPre-Vet students: Come to an interview
ing skills workshop on Thursday,7-9 p.m. Be prepared for
your professional school interviews. Sign up at 312 Steele
' CHEC (Contraceptive Health Education Cfinic), now
meeting at 7 p.m. every Tuesday in the Health Education Sec
tion of the Student Health Service and at 3:30 p.m. every.
Thursday in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Union, is
geared to help UNC students to be responsible partners in mat
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formal discussion and slide presentation of contraception.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Union GaBery Committee is accepting applications until
' Friday. Please contact Chairman Tim Rogers at 967-6116 or go
by 200 Union. -
Any freshman interested in becoming a manager for the
NCAA champion Carolina lacrosse team should contact Greg
Garber at 962-2261 before 3 p.m. or call 929-2919 after 7 p.m.
Intranrarals: Grail softball has started. Captains should
check schedule immediately. Football officiating clinics are
tonight through Thursday (tonight 7-9 p.m., Wednesday 7-9
p.m., and Thursday 4-5 p.m.) in 304 Woollen Gym. '
AppGcatiom are now available at Union desk for anyone in
terested' in golg dinner with George McGovem or attending
the McGovern reception. McGovern will be speaking on Sept.
8 in Memorial Hall at 8 p.m. Applications should be returned
to the Union desk by Sept. 2.
utramurais: late entries are still being accepted for tag foot
ball, co-rec tag football, team tennis, singles, doubles and
mixed (co-rec) doubles racquctball. IM calendars may be ob
tained at the IM-Rec office, 203 Woollen Gym.
Human Sexuality Information and Counseling Service is ac
cepting new counselors. Applications are available in Suite B
and at the Union desk. - - - - . , . .
Cellar Door, UNCs student literary magazine, is accepting
applications for fiction, graphics and poetry staffs. Appli
cations are available at the Union desk and are due by Friday.
. The Baptist Student Union will have a fall retreat at Camp
Caraway in Asheboro from Friday to Sunday. This year's
theme: "He who does not love his brother whom he has seen,
cannot love God whom he has not seen."
The UNC Rugby Club will practice today and Wednesday at
5:30 p.m. (sharp) on Ehringhaus field. On Mondays and
Thursdays the dub will meet at the Fetzer track at 5 p.m. For
more information call Nic Addison at 942-2675.
.The Navigators will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wxlnesday. The
weekly rally in 226 Union is changed for this week only to Ger
rard HaB. All students interested in Biblical prophecy are en
couraged to come. Weekly Bible studies and Christian fellow
ship meetings start this week.
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