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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 09, 1981, Page 4, Image 4

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4The Daily Tar HeelWsdnesday, September 9, 1981 n Public service announcement must be turned into lh bo outside DTH of Hew in the Carolina Union by noon if they are in run the next Uay. Each item will be run at least twice. TODAY'S ACTIVniKS The SaMing Team will meet at 3:30 p.m. in 207 Union. The Baptist Student Union Council wiD meet at 7 p.m. at the Baltic House. The UNC CWilion for Social imikt will hold a meeting at 7 p.m. in 221 Greenlaw. CHANGK presents "Paul Jacob antf ike Nuclear Cans." a first-rate film about nuclear skulduggery, to be shown at 7:30 p.m. in 200 Union. A meeting will follow. The UNC Scab Cki meets at 7:30 p.m. in 304 Woollen Gym. We will discuss the fait dive schedule, equipment distri bution and dive safety. A film' will also be shown on N.C. wreckdiving. Aa informal comma iimm service will be at 5:13 p.m. at the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on Rosemary St. (across from the planetarium). Service is followed by Lutheran Campous Ministry fellowship meal at 6 p.m. in the campus center of the church. Everyone is welcome! . Anglican Student Fellowship Holy Communion begins at 10 p.m. in the Chapel of the Cross. Fellowship time follows. All are welcome. University Placement Services will conduct an Orientation, meeting at I p.m. in 108 Hanes Hall. We will provide informa tion on available resources, how to register with the office, office policies, and procedures for on-campus interviewing. . The Economical Student Group will hold an organizational meeting at 4 p.m. at the Campus Y. UNC Gymnastics Club will have its organizational meeting at 7 p.m. in 218 Union. Everyone at all levels of skill is invited to attend. The UNC Accounting dub will hold its first organizational meeting at 7;30 p.m. in T-l New Carroll. All old and new mem bers are welcome. The Navigators will show the movie "Distant Thunder" at 7:30 p.m. in 226 Union. Other Christian activities will be announced. TYPEWRITER REPAIR Factory Trained Service Pick-Up and Delivery (Free Estimates) ' Call: Sal 967-1818 or Ed 542-4632 Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Student Special: Typewriter Cleaned and Serviced. All portables and portable elec trics. $18.75 plus ribbon UNC Youth Section Democratic Socialist Organizing Com mittee (DSOQ will hold an organizational meeting at 7:30 p.m. in 21? Union. All interested persons are invited to attend. For more information call Dave Smith at 962-76 1'8. There will be an organizational meeting of the Undergrade' uale Geography Association at 3 JO p.m. in 215 Saunders. AH person tnajoring in or. possessing interests in geography are asked to attend this important meeting. - - - Attention Industrial Relations Majors. You do have an or ganization. Come to the first fall meeting of the Industrial Relations Association at 4:30 p.m. in 202 Union. The first meeting of the Campus Y Global Issues Committee is at 3 p.m. in 224 Union. All are welcome. Ebony ReadersOnyx Theatre will hold an open house at 8 p.m. in the Morrison recreation room. Interested persons may sign up for audition times. Auditions will be Thursday, Friday and Sunday in the Union. Sir Knights: The first meeting of the Order of the Grail will be 9 p.m. in Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Union. If you cacnot attend, please call Jeff Kccze at 968-90629305 or 929-6368. Angel Flight," a socialservice organization for women, is having an informal open house at 7 p.m. in Lenoir Hall South. For good times, crazy friends and loads of laughter, come by and see us or call 962-7587 or 929-7769 for more information. The Association of International Students, an organization of American and foreign students, is holding its first meeting of 1981-1982. Anyone interested in helping to promote inter national understanding and goodwill is encouraged to meet at 4 p.m. in the International Center of the Union. The Union Social Committee will have its first meeting at 3:30 p.m. in 205 Union. If you can not attend,- leave a message . for Elbert Avery in 200 Union. The Alchemist: Interested in science writing, science fiction andor graphic arts? Then come to the first staff meeting of The Alchemist, UNCs student sciencescience fiction mag azine at 5 p.m. in 220 Union. Call Danny at 929-3037 for more , information, i . ' . Carolina Gay Association Setf-Defense Class win be 5:45-6:45 p.m. in the Union. All interested are welcome to attend. ECOS will hold a meeting of new and old members at i7:30 p.m. in the Union. Anyone interested in the environment is welcome., H " r - ' Chapel HiB Chapter of NOW will hold its program meeting on "The Human Life Amendment vs. Free Choice" at7:30 pjn. at the Presbyterian Student Center on Henderson Street. The speaker will be Dr. Jane Gray of the Student Health Center and president of the N.C. NARAL. Call Jane Alien at 929-6274 for more information. COMING EVENTS Interested in Public Speaking? The first meeting of the Indi vidual Events Speech Team will be at 8 pjn. Thursday in 218 Union. All interested persons should attend. : -; Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet at 9 p.m. Thursday in the wrestling room in Fetzer Gym. Everyone is welcome to come and join the fun and fellowship. ' Alpha Phi Omega, UNCs Service Fraternity, win hold Formal Rush Thursday and Friday from 7-9 p.m. in the new APO com plex (old WXYC studios). Everyone is invited. Inter-Varsity wiH have aa All Quad meeting at 7 p.m. Thurs day in Gerrard Hall. John Akers, a Billy Graham associate, will speak on the "Meaning of the Cross." The UNC Cycling Club will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday in 206 Union. - ,-. ; . ' - ' Delta Sigma Theta is hosting a tfiscusgou on the Voting Rights Act from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday in Upendo Lounge. Mr. John Edwards, former director of the N.C Voter Education Project, ' will be the featured speaker. Everyone is invited. - x MRfi:&;Sna-riSKIS s I..-. "T"" nv I v , -VN . i-3 mm n , uMi-niiirnr ' i iliiigwin Trt rrriTnn- see we iieuff jqiies college ring w tk i a wat mm fcpriMi?T rsiii?f?jft tup mtm Dnnfinnnw. STudcNT STOICS PTI II I III J I I llH 1 l.1. . "ON CAMPUS' isrii.. Oo& niu irvz. 10:00-4:00 $20.00 deposit required LJ 'wen at CmrntOon Company THE CAR0UI1A WHO; McCREATION C0""inEE PHcSENTS TRY OUT FOR Till: UHIOFJ OOUMfJG TEflP QUALlFVinG ROLL-OFF TO BE HElDC 4 pci Tues., Sspt 0 You nust lis present 4 po Tiiiirs., Sept. 10 ; 3 of til? 4 days 4 pm Toss., Sept 15 S3 laiiiiwyS 4 pm Thurs., Sept 17 por day HSICS win meet in the office at 7 p.m. on Thursday. Please attend as we'll be discussing the SAR and upcoming training. Thanks! " J CA. DUion School Tor Juviwile DefinquenH neh voiunleen! . V are having an organisational rneeting for everyone inierested at . 6:30 p.m. Thursday in 205 Union. Please come we need yog. - French Speakers Unite! Come to. the FrenchTable (cocktail hour) and enjoy a drink and some conversafion at 4 p.m. Thurs- -day at Papagayo's. .'' ' There will be a worship service at the Baptist Campus Min istry at 5:45 p.m. Thursday at the Battle House. . The UNC Bahai Club will be holding an organizational meeting from noon until t p.m. Friday in 205 Union. All are welcome to come and talk. , There will be a meeting for all students interested in applying for Rhode Scholarships at 5:15 p.m. Thursday in 569 Hamilton HaU. Pick up application forms and explanatory ma terials from Mrs. Stephenson in 559 Hamilton HalL The organizational meeting of the UNC Guitar Association .. is at 7 p.m. Thursday in Person HaU. Any interested guitarists are welcome to attend. GPSF treasurers meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in -207 Union and at 5:30 p.m. Friday in 202-204 Union. AD grad uate organization treasurers must attend one of the meetings. Presidents are welcome, too. The first faB Campus Y A dinner discussion on "Reflec tions on the University at Chapel Hill" by Former ChanceQot Carlyle Sitterson will be held at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the home of Dean James Canster. Please sign up at the Campus Y! Z8T Al Campus Party will be from 3:30 until 7 p.m. Friday. Plenty of parking across from Glenn Lennox.' Come hear the Persuasion Band and help us drink 15 kegs of beer. Get in the spirit for the ECU game! Discover ypor campus Y at "Y Horizons' Day." from 10:30 a.m. untQ 2:30 p.m. in the Pit. Please come join us. : The Carolina Gay Association will hold its first dance at 8 p.m. Friday in the Newman Center on Pittsboro St. Refresh ments will be served. ' , . i ' ITEMS OF INTEREST . ! The Organization Development Special Interest Group of the AnMrican Society for training and Development presents a discussion of'Obtfacfai to OnaEty of Work life Implemen tation" by Stuart Gordon of Nathaniel Hill Associates at 7 p.m. in 203 Carr Mill Mall, Carrboro. For further inforation call Paul Naylor at 493-3702 or 962-379 1 , extension 4. Intra morals; Two important meetings include make-up clinic for tag football referees at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in IM-Rec office, (M Fraternity Manager at 7 p.m. Thursday in 304 Woollen Gym. : Ituramnrab: Instant scheduling is being used for tag football. Team captain must schedule through Thursday of this week for games next week. Intraninrals: Play began yesterday in football and racquet ball. Late entries will be accepted through Friday for Napoleon basketball. Deadline today for Fly and Bait Casting Clinic to be held at a later date. Raeqnetbal cBnic is tonight from 6-9 p.m. in 3-4 Wbotten Gym. Applications for nt-lnrge portions of the Media Bonrd and for busmen manager of The Alchemist are due Sunday. Please submit a letter of application and a resume to Box 13 of the Union. AS applicants must attend the board's meeting Monday in 400 New East. 1 . The Human Sexuality Information and Counseling Service is seeking counselors. Applications are available until Sept. 18 in Suite B of the Union or at the Union desk. Internships to state government for the faB semester are offered by the N.C. Internship Program. Application deadline is Friday. Get details at the University Counseling Center, Nash Hall, 962-2175. 1982 Senior Class Committee: Important information is posted in the office. Suite A 210J. Stop by before Thursday. The Elections Board is looking for interested undergraduate and graduate students to serve on this year's board. Applications are available in Suite C of the Union. Staff appficaoom for work on the 1982 Yackety Yacfc are now available at the Union information desk. For more infor mation come by 106 Union or call 962-1259. Apply Now. The Big Baddy Program is still accepting appli cations for Big Buddies. We will start a waiting list Sept. 16. Come by room 102 of the Campus Y Building. , Ushers needed for PRCTproduclion of The Front Page. Set the play for free by signing up to usher. Performances are Sept. 15-27. For instructions, see the sign-up sheet, 203 Graham Memorial. Spirit Cap For ECU Game Get One! J. -::-:, 'Wfr.- v. ::: if-'-- ---iiti r A' 1 1 Visit Our Complete Carolina Department "Carolina Girls Have The Most. Fun". Hooded Sweatshirts, T-Shirts w Baseball Shirts Super Baggies, Designer Jeans Designer Shirts Just Arrived: Sergio Valente Sweatshirts vrA Open til 9:00 Tues.-Fri Mon. and Sat 'til 6:00 155 E. Franklin fen less :"; . -,;v:;v;;;,-; 103V2 IhxdzxcaBi. aia?d!ni,NXX cp (3:10 to 6 27714 3 I I 5 ccu?orj5 I iroinvEQSTO PuTsjnPiG seovhcies ! ? FREE! . i ttrlfci.AL 60Z. OR ANRF .11 TIPF v I FREE with Purchase of Sausage Biscuit Bring This Coupon Good All 3 Locations lThurs.,10ih,Fri.llih I I I I I !-----W------wxna5sn4--- : I COFFEE ri' FREE REFILLS DONUT i ON 30$ ! 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