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4The Daily Tar HeelWednesday. October
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TODAY'S AC TIVITIKS
".alnua! A People Bewitcetf." a sitdc show document
ing the hiuory and condition of "the next El Salvador." will,
he shown at noon in the main auditorium of the School of
Public Health. It will include a disctiwion led by Joseph Mbran,
former AID technician in Ciuaiemala. It sponsored by Irar
Carolina Committee on Central America. " J
"Wr Shoot Commie," a videotape on government repre
sentation in Guatemala, will be shown at noon in room 202 of ...
the Carolina Union. It will include a discussion led by Dr. Lars
Shouli. UNC department of political science, and is sponsored '
by the Carolina Committee on Central America.
UNC Readers Theatre presents "SJudc An American An
Iboiojo" at S p.m. today and Thursday in 203 Bingham Hall.'
This presentation U a collection of works by Studs Terfcet. Ad
mission it free.
Thr UNC CymuMttci Club will meet at 7 p.m. at Fetter
Gym. AH are inviied to attend.
The Carolina Union Board of Direct on meets at S p.m. in
226 Union. AO students are invited to attend.
American for Conuno Sense will have an organizational
meeting at 7:30 p.m. in 105 Gardner Hall. ' 1
laltrvirwing Workshop, sponsored by the University Place
ment Services, will be held at 2 p.m. in 108 Hanes Hall. Activi
ties based on the Skills Guide, available in 21 1 Hanes Hall, will
help you prepare for job interviews.
Itarvenity Ptocemenl Services will conduct an Orientation
meeting at 2 p.m. In 107 Hanes Hall. We will provide informa
tion on available resources, how to register with the office, of
fice policies and procedures for on-campus recruiting.
Special Fast Lunch
(from 11 am weekdays, 12 noon weekends.)
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Comprehensive Dinner Menu (from 5 pm 7 days a week) ;
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Union Social Commit Ice meets at 6 p.m. in Frank Porter
Graham Lounge of the Union; : .
Thr Stale Altars Committee of Student Government will
meet at 6 p.m. in Ruffin Lounge. Please try to attend.
A reading hour of VVWiam Butler Yeats' "A Woman Young
and OW" featuring a lecture hy Dr. Josephine Johnson, will be held
at 5 p.m. in 103 Bingham Hall. Admission is free and the
- presentation is being sponsored by the Department of Speech
Communication. . '.-'
KCOS, the campus environmental group, will have Professor
Dietrich Schroeer speak on nuclear energy in preparation for a
lour of the Shearon Harris Nuclear Power Plant. His talk will
be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Union. The tour is Nov. 4, meeting
promptly at 5 p.m. by the Looking Glass Cafe to set up car
pools. Anyone is welcome.
SI. Anthony Hall. 207 Pittsboro St., presents a reading at 8
p.m. with poets Chuck Sullivan, Don Riggs. Lance Jerrers and
fantasy and science fiction writer David Drake. If you would
like to read, contact one of our members, at 942-4030.
1981 UNICEF greeting cards are on sale in 104 Campus Y.
Come by between 1 1 a.m. and 2 p.m. any Tuesday, Wednesday
or Thursday untfl Nov. 23.
Joint UNC Duke Physics. Astronomy CoOoquium presents
Dr. Daniel Kleppner, from the Department of Physics at Mass
achusetts Institute of Technology, speaking on "Spin Polarized
Hydrogen" at 4 p.m. in 265 Phillips Hall.
AI junior poikilal science majors interested in the Honors
Program will meet at 4 p.m. in 372 Hamilton Hall. If you can
not attend, please contact Stuart Rabtnowitz during office hours.
The Carolina Union Board of Directors wiH meet at 5 p.m.
in 226 Union. All students are invited to attend.
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Anglican Student Fellowship Holy Communion for the Feast
of Sis. Simon and Jude is at 10 p.m. in the Chapel of the Cross.
Fellowship lime continues after the liturgy. All arc welcome.
UNC Coalition for Social Justice will hold a meeting at 7
p.m. in 221 Greenlaw Hall.
; Dr. Vladimir f reml of Duke University will speak of Soviet
society and economy as seen through ihe eyes of Krokodil, a
Soviet satirical journal, at 4 p.m. in 205 Union. A slide show of
cartoons from the Soviet journal will be presented. The speech
is being sponsored by the UNC Slavic Club. AB are welcome.
Academic Procedures Committee of Student Government
will hold a staff meeting at 4 p.m. in Suite C Union.
Academic Procedures Committee of Student Government
will sponsor a reception for students and faculty from 3:30-5:30
p.m. in South Gallery of Student Union. Refreshments will be
The Put-Career Experience Program has information on
career-related summer jobs and internships'. Register at an or-;
ientation meeting at 4 p.m., in 106 Gardner Hall. . '
- Law School representatives from UNC, Duke, Wake Forest,
Campbell, North Carolina Central, South Carolina, Virginia,
William and Mary, and Richmond will attend a Pre-Law forum
from 9 a.m.-l p.m. in Great Hall. Interviews will be available
by appointment from 2-4 p.m. with sign-ups that morning. The
UNC-CH Pre-Law Club invites interested students to attend.
The ABS Faculty and Student Halloween Wine and Cheese
Parry will be held at 3:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday in 202-204 Union.
There will be a Missions Program of the Baptist Student
Unioa at 5;45 p.m. Thursday at Battle House. John Cheyne,
Relief Ministries consultant with the Foreign Mission Board,
will be the speaker. .
Dr. Robert Young will speak on "Taking Freedom Seriously:
Philosophical Consequences of the Abortion Choice" at 8 p.m.
Thursday in 202 Union. Dr. Young is sponsored by Carolina
Students for Life.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet at 8:30 p.m.
Thursday in Gerrard Hall. Feel' free to come in Halloween
Young Americans for Freedom, the nation's largest cooser
, vative youth organization, win hold a meeting at 7 p.m. Thurs
day in 202 Union. AD patriotic freedom-loving students art
cordially invited to attend. -,
Practice Interview sessions win be held from 10 a.m.-noon
and from 2-4 p.m. Thursday. Call or drop in at 21 1 Hanes Hall .
lo make an appointment for a one-hour session or caH 962-6507.
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The Obeiiin Music Ensemble will perform in the Great Hall of the
1 Carolina Union on Wednesday, October 28, 1981 at 8:00 p.m.
' Admission is FREE. A cabaret setting is planned. BYO wine, the
Union will provide, cheese and crackers.
A Presentation- the Carolina Union Performing Arts Committee
Jack Nicholson, Jonathon Haze, Jackie Joseph .
Directed by Roger Corman
Tuesday, tOct. 27 11:00
Wenesday, Oct. 28 12:00
Thursday, Oct. 29 12:30
Friday, Oct. 30 12:00
Union Videotape Loungo
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Sessions involve videotaping and critique of a practice inter
view. ' -r. .'
French Honor Society inductions will be held at 5 p.m.
Thursday in Toy Lounge of Dey Hall. French Table Cocktail
Hour at Papagayo will resume next Thursday. .
v Profemor Franklm Knight, h istory professor a! The Johns
Hopkins University will deiiver a lecture on "The Caribbean
in the 1980s: The Problems and the Prospect at 4 p.m. .
Thursday in 569 Hamilton Hall: - ' -
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity is sponsoring a campuvwide
; Trick -or-Treat for UNICEF campaign on Thursday evening.
Please give generously for the sake of the children.
FJ Salvador: The Myth and Reality of Land Reform will be a
presentation at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Baptist Student
. Union's Battle House. John Cheyne, Relief Ministries consult
ant with the Foreign Mission Board, will be the speaker.
Carolina Student Center and Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow
ship present Dr. Edmund P. Clawney from 7-8:30 p.m. Friday
irt Hanes Hall. He will speak on "The People of God."
v The BSM fashion show featuring candidates for Miss BSM
will be held at 8 p.m. Friday in Great Hafl. The Fashion Show -wiB
be followed by a masquerade party from 10 p.m.-2 a.m.
Wear a costume. ' . i .
The International Festival will be from 2-6 p.m. Sunday in
Great Hall. Come for food, fun, entertainment and nation
booths. .--- " ' ' '
The Senior Class Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday in
215 Union. All seniors are welcome.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Cfeapd Thrill Committee applications are available in Suite
C. Pick up and return applications by 5 p.m. Friday.
. Maya AngrJov reception appacatjoos, sponsored by the
Forum Committee on Nov. 10, are now available at the' Union '
desk. They're due Monday so pick them up now.
Applications for the business manager for the Cellar Door
will be accepted through Friday. Applicants should submit a
resume, letter of application, and three letters of recommenda
tion to the UNC Media Board, Box 13, Union. -
Seniors You can pick up your copy of the Senior Class.
Newsletter at the Union, the libraries. Y-Court and the Senior
Class office in Suite A, 2 10-J of the Union. ' .
: Snow SUing Coarse (PHYA 10) Registration deadline is
. Wednesday, Nov; U. AD registrants must attend orientation
meeting on this date at 7 p.m. in 109 Fetzer Gym. The S3S de -post
wiC be collected. For mare information call 962-2124 or
The School of Journalism' Diagnostic Writing Examination
will be given at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1, in 104 Howell Hall.
Students may not take JOUR 53-Newswriting, unless they have
passed the DWE or have received a grade of at least C in
ENGL 30-Advanced. Expository Writing. Students planning to
take the DWE must register for it with the School of Journalism
receptionist in 101 Howell HaU the week of Nov,-16-20.
' Senior Cms Committee Members Slop by the Office to
pick up Senior Class newsletters and Purdy's Halloween Party
fliers to distribute. TJianks. Keep selling those T-shirts. '
The New WELL (Wdlnew Education and LifestySng Library)
is now open Monday-Thursday from 3:15-5:15 p.m, in the
Health Education Suite of SHS. Drop by and get the most out
of your SHS fees.
Intranwrals: Deadline for registering for Lifetime Leisure
Golf Clinic to be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Finely Course and
for entering the 15th Annual Co-Rec Sports Day to be held
Wednesday at UNC-Greensboro. Deadlines for Co-Rec Super .
Teams' and handball have been extended.
Come one, come ad, to the Campus Y to sign up for the Din
ner Discussion this Friday. Professor Thomas Stumpt will read
an eerie ghost story or two. : V. '
Anyone who is interested in a bus trip to the Maryland game
is encouraged to go by the Union information desk and sign up.
The cost is $40. For more information caH the CAA office at
' Anyone interested m entering a homecoming queen nonriace
should come by the CAA office in Suite A of the Union for an
application. Any student can be nominated. The entry fee. is
$25. For more information call the CAA office at 962-4300.
Applications for the 1982 orientation chairpersoa are avail
able at the Union desk and in 08 Steele Building. Applications
are due m 08 Steele Building by Friday.
- Industrial relations majors; are you in need of information
but can't get an adviser's appointment? Come for peer advising
for industrial relations majors from . 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday and from 9:30 a.m.-l :30 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursday in the Arts and Science Lobby of third floor
Steele Building. . . ;
SpyiM Gyra io
Spyro Gyra, the highly acclaimed Jazz
fusion band, will perform at 8 p.m. in
"Memorial Hall Sunday, Nov. 1. .
Spyro Gyra is on tour prompting its la
test album, Freetime. This is an innova
tive album for the group because they per .
form one song without drums and record
another in 74 time. - : ; f y
Morning Dance was the group's second
album, its first under an established label,
KENNEDY SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT
IS LOOKING FOR FUTURE LEADERS IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS
LEARN ABOUT HARVARD'S MASTERS PROGRAMS IN
CITY & REGIONAL PLANNING
MEET: MARGARET HAMILTON, REGISTRAR
ASSISTANT DEAN FOR ADMISSIONS
HARVARD SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT
DATE: OCTOBER 29 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
FOR: CAREER SEMINAR ON GRADUATE MANAGEMENT
TRAINING FOR PUBLIC SECTOR CAREERS
MS. FAY GOODWIN
CAREER PLACEMENT SERVICES
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
AT CHAPEL HILL
ALL STUDENTS, ALL MAJORS, ALL YEARS INVITED
POT (Professional Qualification lesU. Nv 14. Applica
' tions must be received in Berkeley. Calif., by Saturday. No fee
required. This is a oncc-a-ycar test for liberal arts majors inter
ested in working for the National Security Agency. Applica
tions available in 101 Nash Hall.
. 1 , Scholarships are available for the 1982-1983 academic year in
Germany. Applications for German Academic Exchange Ser
vice scholarships can be obtained at the International Center.
Students, must have completed German 4 or its equivalent by
the summer of 1982. German majors are ineligible; application
deadline is Nov. 6.
Attention English majors: Sheets for making appointments
with departmental advisersVor pre-registration are posted on
. the bulletin board opposite 212 Greenlaw Hall.
Support ECOS newspaper recycling. Drop boxes are locaicd at
Alumni and Monogram buildings and behind Wilson Library.
The Colege of Arts and Sciences is now receiving applications
for the annual competition for the Harry S Truman Foundation
Scholarship. Winners in the national competition may be eligible
to receive up to $5,000 annually for up to four years of undergrad
uate and graduate study. To be eligible as the University's two
nominees, students must be currently sophomores and be juniors
; in the fall of 1982. They must have at least a B (3.0) quality-point
average, must rank in the upper fourth of the sophomore cUss
and must be willing to pursue an uoclergraduate and graduate ma
jor intended to lead to a career in local, state or federal govern
ment. Students interested in being considered as the University's
nominees should contact Assistant Dean Lee Greene, College of '
Arts and Sciences, 319 Steele Building (962-1 164) as soon as pos
sible. The deadline for University applications b Monday.
The Poverty Action Committee meets at 4 pjn. each Thurs
day in Jim Sm alley's office in the Campus Y building. Anyone
interested in serving the needs of local poor is invited to attend.
The CHEC (Contraceptive Health Education Clinic) meet
ing 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 matters concerning sexuality. CHEC
provides an informative, informal discussion and slide presen
tation of contraception.
and it went gold. Billboard awarded Spyro
Gyra the number two instrumentalpop
group for singles award with the title cut
from this album.
Their second album for MCA, Catch
ing the Sun, held the number one position
on Billboard's jazz charts for eight weeks.
Tickets are on sale now at the Union
Box Office for $7.50. All seats are reserved.