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4The Daily Tar HeelMonday. October 12. 1981
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By- KARKN HAYWOOD
1)111 Malt Wrilvr
The two cars parked on the lower six
tennis courts between Cobb dorm and
Henderson Residence College during the
football game Saturday may be able to
park in official parking spaces there in
about six weeks.
The courts are being converted into a
parking lot and practice tennis courts,
John Billing, chairman of the physical
education department, said Friday.
Billing said the department decided not
to resurface the courts, which are badly
cracked, when it received a bid on the
work. The courts would have had to be
bulldozed, and the cost would have been
The proposed parking lot will provide
space for about 50 cars of both University
employees and students, said William
Locke, administrator of traffic and
There is a lot of work to be done on the
area, Locke said. The courts will have to
be resurfaced and striped for parking,
arid a driveway will be built near the Paul
"It will be another month to six weeks
before you see any cars over there,"
The traffic office will sell parking
stickers for the area, which will be an ad
dition to the N-4, N-4A zone around
Cobb Residence Hall and Henderson
Residence College, after the parking lot is
completed, he said.
Billing said plans for the practice tennis
courts were to put up a hitting wall that
players could hit tennis balls against from
"The idea is to provide at least 10
hitting stations," he said. The courts will
have no nets, and will be an instructional
or practice aid.
Billing said that either the courts would
be black-topped or the. cracks would be
Play on the courts now is not recom
mended because there is a potential for
injuries there, he said. v . .
The courts will be repaired "with our
own Physical Plant labor, when they have
time," after doing other work, he said.
Billing added that he would like to
have the courts finished for spring prac
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UN C lab theater holds tryouts
The Laboratory Theater will hold au
ditions for its second production this
season, Androcles and the Lion, at 8
p.m. today and Tuesday in Graham
The play is one of the most famous
short farces of the English theater and is
one of George" Bernard Shaw's best
known works. It is based on the old fable
of the man who aids a lion in distress and
is later repaid for his kindness.
The production will" be directed by
Patricia Barnett, and the cast calls for 22
men and nine females, with doubling in
"Ode to Coach Crum"
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A Tar Heel"
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Albums and tapes also available
for other Big Four Schools.
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... called for "reminiscence, renewal and
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Development Center Saturday
rededication" to N.C. children
From staff reports
Gov. Jim Hunt called for "reminis
cense, renewal and rededication" Saturday
morning as he addressed an audience at the
Frank Porter Graham Child Development
Center as part of the center's 15th birthday
The governor was joined at the celebra
tion by U.S. Reps. L.H. Fountain and Ike
Andrews, UNC President William C Fri
day and UNC Chancellor Chistopher C.
Hunt said it was necessary to address
serious problems facing the state's children
in the years ahead, such as infant mortality,
poverty-level conditions that hinder the
growth of 18 percent of the state's children
and the problem of working mothers and
child care. !
"The challenges that this state faces in
the next decade are great," Hunt said.
"We must decide here today that we will
not fallen We must renew our commit
ment to children and their families."
j The center, founded in 1966 and located
on the N.C. 54 bypass,1 was created as a
research institution to investigate the im
portance of early childhood experiences in
determining the rest of a person's life, he
Rape center reports assault increase
More sexual assaults were reported during the first nine mon
ths this year than in the same period last year, the Orange Coun
ty Rape Crisis Center has reported.
From this January to September, 54 rapes or attempted rapes
were reported to the center, compared to 37 over, the same
period last year, a report from the center said.
. Thirty of the assualts were in Chapel Hill, including 10 on the
UNC campus. Eleven more were reported in Carrboro, and the
remaining 13 were at other locations in Orange County.
The center reported that more than half of the victims were
assaulted by someone they knew or were acquainted with. .
The Rape Crisis Center is a volunteer organization that pro
vides information and support to victims of sexual assault.
Volunteers are available 24 hours a day at 967-RAPE.
The center is funded by the United Fund, Orange County and
the towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro.
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