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noon if they are to run the next day. Each item will be
The Finance Committee of the CGC will have a lame duck
meeting at 3 p.m. in 202 Union.
Beta Alpha Pd will hold a professional meeting at 7:30 p.m.
in 02 Old Carroll Hall. Speaker will be Kenneth Lynch of
Cooper and Lybrand. All accounting faculty and students are
Attend one orientation meeting of the Precareef Experience
Program for an overview of the program and what it offers at
1 p.m. in 04 Hanes Hal!. We collect and coordinate informa
tion on internships, summer jobs, volunteer opportunities and
field experiences. '
Organizational meeting for the Chapel Hill Nuclear Arms
Freeze campaign will be at 8 p.m. in the Community Church,
Purefoy Road. All interested persons are urged to attend.
University Placement Services will conduct a workshop on
"On-Site" Interviewing at 3:30 p.m. in 210 Hanes Hall.
Interviewing Workshop, sponsored by the University Place
ment Services, will be held at 7 p.m. in 210 Hanes Hall. Ac
tivities based on the Skills Guide (available in 21 1 Hanes Hall)
will help you prepare for job interviews.
GPSF Senator's meeting at 5:30 p.m. in 209 Union. Agenda
includes discussion of proposed cuts in Guaranteed Student
Loans. Please attend.
The Carolina Gay Association will hold a follow-up meeting
to last week's retreat at 7:30 p.m. in 220 Union.
The College Republicans will meet at 8 p.m. in 213 Union.
AH members of the Society of HeUenas are asked to attend a
meeting at 7 p.m. in the Union. Check the Union Desk for
room number. This is an important organizational meeting.
Wayne McDevHt will speak to the UNC-Young Democrats
at 8 p.m. in the Union. Refreshments will be served.
The Pre-Professional Health Society, a minority health
careers organization for undergraduates, will meet at 7 p.m. in
106 Berryhill Hall. The topics will be study skills and dentistry.
All members are asked to please attend. Anyone is welcome.
KAY fraternity along with the BGC (Black Greek Council)
will have a clothing drive. They will be coming around to the
dorms on South Campus and Avery, Parker and Teague
residence halls at 6 p.m. So here's your chance to clean out
UNC Sailing Club meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. in 431
Greenlaw Building to discuss Jordan Lake, the '82 budget and
new developments concerning OWASA's rate increase.
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The North Carolina gymnastics team
will face N.C. State for the second time
this season at 8 tonight in Carmichael
Auditorium. This will be the last home
meet for senior co-captains Diana Cates
and Tiffany Terranova.
This is only the Second year N.C. State
has fielded a varsity gymnastics team.
With only five women on the team last
year, they were still able to compete in the
UNC and N.C. State met in a tri-meet
at Raleigh on Feb. 3 in Reynolds Cdli
seum. The Tar Heels won that meet with
a team total of 133.35. Maryland placed
second with 132.75 and N.C. State fol
lowed with 127.9.
Sophomore Karen Kaiser led the Heels
with 34.85 total points. SheTinished first
in the balance beam, floor exercise and
tied for second in the vault to capture the
box outside DTH offices in the Carolina Union by
run at least twice.
Alpha Kpsikin Deha will meet at 7 p.m. in 10S Berryhill
Hall. Tom Langston from student aid will speak. Anyone
planning to be initiated Saturday needs to attend a short
meeting at 6:30 p.m. in 105 Berryhill Hall. The Exec, commit
tee will meet at 6:15 p.m. in NCMH cafeteria.
Diplomat Robert G. Neumann, former U.S. Ambassador to
Saudi Arabia, will discuss "Policy and Tactical Alternatives in
U.S. Arabian Peninsual Relations," at 4 p.m. in Gerrard Hall.
The event is being sponsored by Curriculum in Peace, War and
CHEC (Contraceptive Health Education Clinic), 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
ters concerning sexuality. CHEC provides an informative, in
formal discussion and slide presentation of contraception.
The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity will be selling balloons in
front of the Carolina Union Wednesday. All proceeds will go
to Muscular Dystrophy.
You are cordially invited
Student Body President
Residence' Hall Association President
Tuesday, February 23, 1982
Town of Carrboro
Thurs., Feb. 25 Univ. Lake
" Dogwood Precincts
i Tues., 32 PlantatioVAcreSvfeVinot
Thurs., 34 South Carrboro Precinct
Wed., 310 North Carrboro Precinct
Public invited to all meetings
Board room Carrboro Town Hall
7:30 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Sarah Williamson Town Clerk
Town of Carrboro, Box 337
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Thurs. Baseball Opener
This Weekend ACC Wrestling,
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Teammate Mickie Robinson finished
fifth in the all-arounds.
The top gymnast on Coach Mark
Stevenson's State team, sophomore
Vickie Kreider, finished second in the all
arounds at the State meet with a 33.5.
The Tar Heels are coming off a third
, place finish in a Morgantown, W.Va.
meet Feb. 12. Fourth-ranked Penn State
raised its record to 10-0 with a 141.85
point victory, followed by West Virginia
in second place with 136.60. UNC scored
133.45, one of its highest all-around team
scores of the year.
The highest all-around individual finish
for the Heels was Terranova, with an 8.6
on the balance beam. She placed 10th in
the total scores, behind Robinson's ninth
place finish. Kaiser was the top all
around competitor for the Heels, finish
ing sixth with 34.10.
The Heels will travel to East Tennessee
State March 6 before competing in the
NCAA Southeast Regionals March 12-13
in Gainfville, Flf
David Taylor, Chapd HiH Towa Manager, will present his
"Views on Planning" at the Short-Talk series, sponsored by
the Department of City and Regional Planning, at 1 p.m.
Wednesday in 102 New East Building.
There will be a meeting of the Association of International
Students at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at the International Center.
Anyone is welcome to help up plan the International Olympics.
IX'OS will meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Carolina
Union. We're planning projects for Earth Day. April 22 and
helping with RHA's Conservation Month in March. If you're
interested in the environment, then ECOS is interested in you.
All those wishing to join in on the march in Fayetteville to
protest U.S. intervention in El Salvador are invited to an
"Americans for Common S isf " banner making party at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday in 215 Ur..- .:
Dr. Roger Shinn will speak on "Ethics In The Corporate
World" at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in 2 Old Carroll Hall. A
presentation is followed by discussion with Student Panel and
The Aviation Society of L'NC is having an informal dinner
and discussion with Mr. Robert Glitz, former U.S. Airforce
C-130 transport pilot, at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the lobby of
New East Building.
A lecture series on Medical Literature will be held 7-8 p.m.
Wednesday on the second floor Conference Room Health
Sciences' Library. Discussed will be audiovisual resources and
services, videotapes and other formats, A-V serials, computer
assisted instruction and continuing education series.
The Carolina Students for Life will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday
in 218 Union.
WaH Street Ethics will be the topic of the Campus Y Dinner
Discussion at 5:30 p.m. Thursday. Dr. Roger Shinn from
Union Theological Seminary, New York City, will be speaking
at this pot luck and discussion. Sign up at the Campus Y.
"The Palestinians: Security, History and Human Rights" is
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matinees at 2:50 & 5:10 Directed by Billy Wilder
You don't have
crazy to live
...but it helps.
"THE RAPE CRISIS"
"Coping With Rape"
for women only
TODAY, TUES., FEB. 23
Rm 217 Union .
"Reactions to Rape:
for men only
TODAY, TUES., FEB 23
Rm 206 Union
Union Human Relations and
Rape Crisis Center
Gymnastics vs. N.C. State in Carmichael, 8 p.m.
Women's golf at Lady Spartan Invitational,
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Anyone interested in joining The Daily
Tar Heel sports staff should come by the
office today or tomorrow between 3 and
5 p.m. and ask for Linda Robertson,
sports editor. Applicants with clips
should bring them. If you are unable to
make it at these times, call 962-0245.
the topic of the fourth Great Decision !82 discussion to be held
at 4 p.m. Thursday in the Carolina Union auditorium.
The UNC Ecumenical Group will sponsor a slide show
discussion "Modern Slavery-Today's Migrant farmworker"
will be at 8 p.m. Thursday in Person Hall. A reception will
James Fallows, noted author and Atlantic Monthly editor, ,
will discuss "Current Trends in National Defense Planning" at
8 p.m. Thursday in 100 Hamilton Hall. The public is "invited
and the event is being sponsored by Curriculum in Peace, War
Professor Salvatore I. Comporeale will discuss the relation
ship of culture and society from the perspective of a:
Renaissance scholar in his lecture "The Crisis of Humanism,
ana ineoiogy in tne Renaissance" at 4 p.m. l uesaay in My
The American Ballet Theatre II will bold an open company
. class from noon until 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Memorial Hall.
The company will also have an open dresstech rehearsal 2-5
p.m. Saturday. Students are encouraged to come watch these
two events. .
ITEMS OF INTEREST
- Anyone interested in co-chairing the Campus Y Dinner
Discussion Committee please stop by the Campus Y before .
Intramurals: 1M gymnastics meet today at 7:30 p.m. in 112
Fetzer Gym. . . Mandatory meeting for all perspective IM.
basketball scorekeepers at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in IM-Rec of
fice. : . Scorekeepers are used during IM basketball playoffs.
Anyone interested in participating in the International Af
fairs committee of the Campus Y call Susan Ladd at 933-1736.
Join us in a protest of U.S. involvement in FJ Salvador. We '
have rented four buses to carry students to Fayetteville on
Two comedies for the price of one!
3:30 7:10 5:20 9:00
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2 pm until 4 pm Monday thru Friday.
tMcCaUis te iy Mand win,
qualify for nationals
UNC miler Todd McCallister and pole
vaulter Chris Mand each won their
respective events Sunday at the" Delaware
Invitational track meet in Newark, Del.
In the process, both qualified to compete
in the NCAA National Indoor Cham
pionships March 1213 in Detroit.
McCallister, a senior from Chicago,
jan the mile in 4:05.2. Mand, a junior
from Dublin, Ohio, vaulted 16-9 V ,
breaking his own school record.
In other Tar Heel performances at the
Delaware meet Mike Kominsky placed
fourth in the 880-yard run in 1:54.59,
Glenn Sparrow was fifth in the two-mile
in 9:09.12 and Joan Nesbit placed fifth in
the women's mile in 4:57.89.
The Delaware Invitational featured in
dividuals from schools such as Maryland,,
Pennsylvania, N.C. State, Temple,
Rutgers, St. Joseph's and Catholic
Saturday. Tickets can be purchased at the Fort Bragg Coalition
table in the Union.
. Ballots to nominate professors for Distinguished leaching
Awards are available through March 5 at the Union, libraries
Y-Court and around Campus. Submit to 102 Steele Building
by March 3.' "
Any UNC organizations or dubs interested in having a
booth or doing a demonstration at the New Well Health Fair
on April 6 and 7 please call 942-WELL between 3 and 7 p.m.
"Chariots of Fire" discount tickets available from the
Maranatha Student Fellowship Monday through Friday from
I I a.m. until 1 p.m. and 3-5 p.m. at NCNB Plaza.
Pregnancy Supports Services (PSS) exists as a non-profit,
non-political organization concerned to offer women in crisis
pregnancies positive alternatives to abortion. If you would like
more information about our program or about how you can
help out, we welcomcyour calls'. Evening, 942-8168 or daytime
at 929-3728. ,v -
DAT (Dental Admission Test) applications and "Update"
hand-out for those planning admission to dental schools for .
fall 83 are now available in 201-D Steele Building and 101
Nash Hall. Test is April 17; application deadline is March 22.
MCAT (Medical College Admission Test) applications and
"Update" hand-outs for those planning admission to Medical
Schools in fall '83 are now available in 201-D Steele Building
and 101 Nash Hall. Test will be given April 24. 1.D. pictures re
quired with applications, due March 26.
Anyone interested in serving as the UNICEF Y Committee
chairperson next year, please leave a message at the Y or call
967-3296 for more information.
Applications for places at the reception for Tom Wolfe after
his Carolina Sympoisium appearance March 18 are available at
the Union desk. Watch for coming symposium events. ;
. Nominations for the Roger A. Davis Award, presented to
The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University will offer an
MBA Workshop for Minority Students on April 1-3, 1982. Partici
pation is by nomination only and all expenses, excluding travel,
will be paid by Duke University. Only juniors are eligible.
Mr. Thomas Luten
Office of University Placement Services-UN C
211 Hanes Hall, 019 A ' f:
CARRBORO BOARD OF ALDERMEN
Tuesday, February 23, 1982
Carrboro Town Hall 7:30 p.m.
A) Approval of minutes of previous meetings
B) Public hearing on the following: . r .,
1. Re-zoning request Edna L. Pendergraph property
N.C. 54, R-3 to B-4
2. Land use ordinance amendment, clarification of private
' road requirements in subdivisions
C) Recommendations from Law and FinanceCommunity
1. Request for capital purchase, lawn mower and weed eater
2. Request to fill Chief Building Inspectors posistion
3. Use of Town Hall facilities for Magistrates Court
4. Triangle J council of government charters amendments
D) Other matters
1. Conditional use permit amendment, weather Hill Phase I
2. Presentation by Carrboro Appearance Commission .
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February 23, 1982The Daily Tar Heel2
Earlier in the indoor season, Lisa
Staton qualified in the long jump and
60-yard dash, Chris Arends met the na
tional high jump standard and Nancy
Radford qualified in the mile run. Staton
also qualified recently in the long jump
with a mark of 20 feet.
The women's nationals will be held
March 12 13 in Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Track coach Hubert West said that five
is the most that he can ever remember
qualifying for the indoor nationals. He
noted that for the last three or four years,
only one athlete had qualified each
A last chance qualifying meet will be
held this weekend at Middle Tennessee
State University. West said he wasn't
sure if any other UNC track members will
be sent to the meet.
the student who has given outstanding service to the Universi
ty, especially in residence life, are now being accepted.
Nomination forms are available at the RHA office, suite B,
Union, and are due March 31.
The Exec Committee of AED will meet at 5:30 p.m. Friday
in the hospital cafeteria.
- Undecided about a career choice or major? Career planning
and decision making group will help you identify your interests
and skills and explore career opinions. Call University (
Counseling Center, 962-2175 to sign up.
The Sixth Annual Student Lobby for Soviet Jewry will be
held Feb. 24 in Washington, D.C. Participants attend a brief
ing and then meet with their congressmen. For information call
Aliza Rosenthal at 933-6224 or HiUd at 942-4057.
The Order of the Old Well, a campus honorary recognizing
service and scholarships, is now accepting nominations for
1982. Nominations forms are available at the Union desk.
Deadline is Feb. 26. , .
Nomination forms are now available at the Union desk and
at Carr Building for membership into the Society of Janus, an
honorary society that recognizes people who have made
outstanding contributions of service to residence hall life.
Forms are due by 5 p.m. Friday to 103 Carr Building.
Vietnam veterans interested in joining a support group, call
John Kin at 933-7057.
Opportunities for Walter Research Grants Applications
from faculty members of senior colleges and universities in
North Carolina for grants under the Institute's fiscal year
1982-83 program will be accepted until April 2. No exceptions
will be made to this cutoff date. Additional information and v
copies of instructions for preparation of proposals can be ob
tained from the Institute by contacting the Office of the Direc
tor, 124 Riddkk Building, NCSC, Raleigh. 27650-59999,
Telephone 737-2815. -