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By LYNN EARLEY
DTH Starr Writer
"If you were a mixed drink, what would you
be and why?'"
The Toronto Exchange Program has received
approximately 60 answers to this question, but
whether the respondents said iced tea, Tequila
Sunrise, scotch and water or black russian, they
all have one thing in common. They want to
participate in the Toronto Exchange.
The Toronto Exchange is a University
approved organization which participates in an
exchange program with University of Toronto
students. Eighteen men and 18 women from
the University of Toronto will spend from Oct.
29 to Nov. 4 at UNC. Each will stay with a
Carolina student. During the second week of
spring classes these UNC students will travel to
Usually 250 to 300 applicants vie for the
spots. "This year only 60 students have turned
in the application forms," said Sonja McCarter,
one of the three co-cordinators. Out of these
60, the majority has been female.
Because there has been a shortage of appli
cants, the original Monday deadline has been
extended until Thursday. Interested applicants
should contact one of the three co-ordinators:
Sabra Schell, Bill Floyd or McCarter, or pick
up an information sheet at the Carolina Union
The program encourages any interested stu
dent to apply. "We'd like for the exchange to
represent every population pocket on campus,"
The chosen students will participate in fund
raisers, including two movies Invasion of
the Body Snatchers and Easy Rider dough
nut sales, and Festifail work. They will also be
required to pay dues, which will not exceed $50,
Exchange students will be given the oppor
tunity to participate in the sponsoring countries'
Registering bicycles makes it much easier
to find the thief if a bike is stolen because
the police can find the owner of the bike,
Ned Comar, University crime prevention
officer, said Tuesday.
"If a thief takes the. bike and we can't
find the owner, we have to turn him and
the bike loose," he said.
For this reason the Traffic Office is sched
uled to offer bike registration from l-to-4:30
p.m. today in the Pit.
Today is the last scheduled day that
Comar will be registering bikes in the Pit
this week, but he said he might be back next
week , and might go to some dorms later this
Of the 120 bikes stolen on campus last
year, only four were registered, Comar said.
More than 20 students registered bikes yes
terday. TED AVERY
Wednesday, September 2, 1981The Daily Tar Heel3
A& ' State interim j
From Wire Reports
GREENSBORO The farewells that
met Cleon F. Thompson on Friday as he
ended 10 months as interim chancellor of
North Carolina A&T State University were
a welcome change from the opposition he
met last November.
When Thompson, 49, arrived at A&T,
faculty members openly opposed him, and
students called him "Bill Friday's boy,"
referring to his years of service as a vice
president under UNC President William
C. Friday. -
He returned to that job Monday, justi
fiably pleased with the change in A&T's
attitudes as epitomized by a standing ova
tion at his final faculty meeting.
In, a recent interview, however, Thomp
son said he was prouder of the change in
A&T employees and students' feelings
about the school than in their change' of
heart toward him.
"If nothing else," he said, "there's
more belief in this place" than there was
10 months ago. When he arrived, he said,
students arid employees found it hard to
focus on their work because they worried
the school might be merged with UNC
Creensboro, or the business office might
continue to have trouble paying bills and
Now, he says, those fears are largely
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