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2The Daily Tar HeelFriday. February 26. 1982
Lecture on "a livable Sunbelt' scheduled
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Jim Hightower, IX'mocratie candidate
lor Texas Agriculture Commissioner and
former Texas Observer Editor, will lec
ture tonight at 8 p.m. in Gcrrard Hall.
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on a fresh foot-long roll. Tastes just
like you made it at home!
Sun.-Thurs. 10:30-2 am
Fri. &sat. 10:30-2 am
132 E. Franklin St.
CHANCELLOR'S UNDERGRADUATE AWARDS CEREMONY
' Thursday, April 15, 1982
i il s - Morehead Building 2:00 p.m.
Nominations Wpow being accepted from all members of the University community for the
following student activities awards:
Name of Award
Algernon Sydney Sullivan
John Johnston Parker,
Frank Porter Graham Award
Irene F. Lee Award
William P. Jacocks
Jane Craige Gray
Ernest L. Mackie Award
Robert B. House
Distinguished Service Award
Jim latum Memorial awara
Ernest H. Abernethy Prize
Nomination forms arc available at the Union Desk and the Office of Student Affairs (01 Steele
DaHdlng). The deadline for nominations is Tuesday, March 2, 19S2. For further information con
tact Sharon MhchelL, Office of Student Affairs, 966-4041.
Return ad and check or money order to the
DTH office by noon the business day before
your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid.
Rates: 25 words or less
Students $2.00 .
5 for each additional word -.. r,' .
$1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface, type
Please notify the DTH oSke utin?edfafeh if
there are mistakes in your ad. Ve wIl be
responsible for only the first a rjtn. j
ONLY $3.00 MAY WIN yo 1975 Honda
Civic Tickets at Arnold Air Soctety Air Forc
ROTC. 962-7587. Fls&t HoMopUUa. Bay
yoMT ticket today.
NOMINATE A PROFESSOR far DISTIN
GUISHED TEACHING AWARD! Ballots at Union,
Libraries, Y-Court, and around campus through
March 5. r -;
THE HUMAN RELATIONS COMMITTEE U
doctlaa kMUvidaala to patticipat fat a per
oaal racial awamcM seadnar. conducted
by Dr. Ch&Hee IL King, Jr. oa Wednesday,
March 31 front 1HJO-5.-00 p.m. in thm Great
Hall. Union. Applications are now available
at thm iaJoraMtion desk, and ntnst be return
ed by March 5.
STUDENT FILM NIGHT: April 5 Filmmakers Inter
ested in submitting super 8 or 16 mm. works should
pick up entry farms at the Union Desk and submit
them by March 21.
APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE AT Unkm
Desk for Transfer Area Coordinators,
Freshaten and Transfer Orientation Connect
or and Pre-Orieatation poekloas. Applica
tions ebonld be retnrned to f 1 Steele ESdg.
by March 5.
lost Cz found
SUBSTANTIAL REWARD! Any information on
missing Artley sliver open-hole FLUTE no questions .
asked. CaD 9334719.
LOST: WHITE GOLD PULSAR Quartz watch. If
found please call 933-3308 and ask for Kaye,
$20 REWARD: SINGLE KEY on ring with small
chain, lost Tuesday. Call 933-4321.
FOUND A NECKLACE BY Library construction
site Friday, Feb. 12. Call 933-5275 to identify.
LOST GOLD SEIKO WATCH during Sunday ticket
distribution. Lost in vicinity of track or gym. Senti
mental Value. PLEASE PLEASE RETURN if found.
FOUND: 1 BLUE AND whits rex.. l.D. bears the
name Benny. Has overly large belly. Also neutered.
For information caU Bard ai 933-5162.
Hightower will speak on "Towards a
Livable Sunbelt" as part of the Sunbelt
Challenge conference, being held Satur
day from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Gardner
Hightower's lecture and the conference
are being sponsored by Critical Perspec
tives, People's Alliance Transportation
Alternatives Network and Radical Plan
THIS WEEKEND AT UNC
, Sat., 1 1 am, 7 pm; Sun., 2 pm
Basketball vs. Duke-Sat. 4 pm
Sun., 1 pm Fetzer Field
TenniS vs. UNC-C - Sun. 1:30
911 Wast FranklinSt &
1 iouvj isMapci run uuindiu Diva. j
11 III Z ITTI I f T I TT T I TTTI
ryfn k- i i i : 1 1 r . . m
Nature of Recipient Primary Area of Achievement
Senior one man, one woman humanitarian contribution
Senior man or woman
Senior man or woman
FOUND, GOLD LOCKET. Found between Bing
ham and Undergrad Library on Monday. Call
933-2534 and identify.
FOUND: LADIES TIMEX WATCH outside Hamil
ton morning of Feb. 24. Can and describe.
FOUND WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON ON walk
way near flagpole: woman's speedo swim suit.
Owner may claim it at Union Desk.
FOUND BUDGET PLAN CARD, dining services far
UNC in ladies bathroom in the Union. Come by
DTH office to identify.
OVERSEAS JOBS SUMMERYEAR round.
Europe, S. Amer., Australia, Asia. AH Fields. $500
$1200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write UC
Box 52-NC-l Corona Del Mar, CA 92625.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR POSITIONS
available at one of the nations finest resident camps
far men and women with three years of college.
Openings far specialists in all land and water sports,
arts & crafts, dance, music, drama, and other skills
as well as for general counselors. For information
contact John Hasnas at 1-383-4507.
ASTHMATICS EARN $150 in a 20-25 hour
breathing experiment at the EPA facility on the
UNC-CH campus. Volunteers must be male, age
18-35, with a current or previous history of asthma..
If interested, please caD 966-1253, Monday-Friday,
8 am-5 pm.
WANTED: GPSF SECRETARY. Paid
position. Interested Grad stndents please
apply at 962-5675.
COUNSELORS. OVER 18 WHO like to have fun
and make fun at unique overnight boys' summer
camp in Penna. Able to instruct either one of
following: watersafety, waterskilng, boating, soccer,
basketball, arts and crafts, rockclimbing, riflery,
ham radio, rocketry, science, archery, track, tennis,
golf, photography, pioneering, or general athletics.
Write camp director, 138 Red Rambler Drive,
Lafayette Hill, Pa. 19444.
EXPERIENCED, PROFESSIONAL TYPIST
FOH theses, statistical papers, corre
spondence, etc Gradmata School Ap
proved. FamUiar with Tnrnblan. APA.
AMA, and Lester. Correcting Selectric.
reasonable rates. 967-1383.
GET ACQUAINTED WITH SOMEONE new. Caro
lina Computor Dating. Send far information 108
West Franklin Street, Chapel HiS, NC 27514.
SKYBUS -82--NO FRILLS' Student teacher
Sights Europe, Israel, Asia, Mideast, Africa Global
StudentTeacher Travel Service, 521 Fifth Avenue,
New York, N.Y. 10017 212-379-3532 or 212-883-0111.
He said that Student Government would
support the petition drive, but not the pro
posed "silent time" at the UNC-Duke game.
Student Government had originally pro
posed to circulate a flyer at the game which
would explain the "silent time" to students.
Protest efforts will include the circulation of
a petition among students. "We ... strongly
believe that the proposed arrangement of stu-,
dent seats in the new Student Activities Center
will be detrimental to student spirit and stu
dent athletics," the petition states. Petitions
will be distributed in Suite C of the Carolina
Union and in the Pit today. All petitions must -be
returned to Suite C by 9 a.m. Saturday.
According to the Activities Center's plans,
1,655 students would be placed in the right
corner of the lower level, and 6,298 students
would be seated in the coliseum's upper level.
improving quality of life of University
community through principles of
equality, dignity, and peace among
character, scholarship, leadership
character, scholarship, leadership
character, scholarship, leadership
unselfish commitment through ser
vice to the University and the sur
rounding community v
international awareness and -.under-
standing '.;,. f. .-..,'. r . ... ,....,
athletics plus r extracurricular ac
tivities student publications
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
DANCE AEKOEIC CLASSES FREE intro
dactory class March 2 Marsha Winstead
instructor T-TH 8-9 pm. Only Spring
loaded floor exercise area in Chapel HSL
Where? Carolina Sport Art next to BR
tracks. Homestead Rd, Chapel HSL
929-7077 or 942-4620.
MR. ED GUARANTEED TO rock your socks off
and available for immediate hire for any occasion.
Featuring sax soloist, keyboard whiz, wailing
guitars, and hard-driving rhythm section. Reperto
ire includes Springsteen, Styx, Stones, J. Geus, Hall
& Oates, Pink Floyd, and more. Prices negotiable.
Can 967-5046 or 933-6241 and ask for Mr. Ed.!
TWO COLOR T.VS BOTH R.CA.s and in excefl
ent condition 21" portable wstand $150.00, 24"
console $200.00 or best offer. 929-3255 after 6 pm.
ROD STEWART TICKETS FOR sale. Good seats.
Bought on first day. CaD 933-3682. Keep trying.
Concert is March 2.
FOR SALE: YASHICA 35mm camera, model GSN
with Vivhar Flash. Excellent condition. $80. Call
Craig at 942-1729 after 6 pm. .
FOR SALE: JAMES TAYOR tickets. I only have
three ie&J Calk 929-4930. Keep trying!
TWO-BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE apartment to
share with 1 other person, lVz baths, laundry.
Complex has pool, tennis courts, sauna. $182.50
month plus Vi utilities. Call Vickl 962-1225
daytime: 967-9028 evenings.
ROOMMATE DESPERATLY NEEDED FOR
apartment at Old Well. Low rent and on bus line.
CaU 942-5299 anytime. Male roommate preferred,
HOUSEMATE WANTED. HAVE OWN
unfurnished room. Two blocks from campus &
hospital Sense of humor preferred $125mo. V
gas bill. Can 942-2632. --. ' ' '
BEST DEAL IN TOWN. Now accepting appli
cations for Fall housing. Sign up now before the
rates go up! Greenbek Apartments 929-3821.
SUBLET: ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT March
10-Juhr 17. Swimming pool. laundry (acuities.
Transfer of security deposit negotiable. Can
942-1617. Keep trying.
PLAN AHEAD: Sublet 1 -bedroom furnished
Chateau apartment May 15-August 20. Pool, tennis
courts, laundry, pets. On C-bus route. No under
grads. Can 942-3187 after 11.-00 pm.
MOBILE HOME FOR RENT in Carrboro just off
bus line 12 x 50 one bedroom, large living room,
carpet, gas heat and stove, washer, ac no pets
Carmichael Auditorium provides 3,600 stu
The Residence Hall Association also has en
dorsed the efforts.
"This protest will be the culmination of ef
forts to impress upon members of the Educa
tion Foundation and the Student Activities
Center Steering Committee what will happen if
they remove students from courtside with their
current proposed seating," Leventhal said.
"It is a very tactful way to bring our point
across," Morrison said. "This is the last home
game, so it's now or never. The (basketball)
players have voiced their support they've
said how much it means to them to have
students there, cheering for them."
Leventhal said, "We think we're a major
factor in Tar Heel games. Carmichael is a for
midable place to play with its cheering
. Students are "overwhelmingly in support
or the effort, he said.
Vandenbergh and Morrison will meet with
the Student Activities Center Steering Com
mittee, led by H. Skipper Bowles, on Saturday
morning to discuss the seating arrangements.
" ' -v. ..' :..
will hold an
Noon to 1:30 pm
Sat., Feb. 27
Students encouraged to
A Carolina Union Presentation
The Electric Typist, A
computer-controlled typing :
machine offers fast service,
optional text analysis
(number of words, rrumber
of different words, number
of times word is '.used),
computer checked ;errpF-free
LARGE 2-BEDROOM FOXCROFT Apartment. 2
full baths, fully equipped kitchen, dining room,
balcony, central air, pool, laundry facilities. Ideal for
up to three roommates. Partial furnishing optional.
Sublet with option to continue. $375968-1149.
WANTED: FOLKS WHO WANT spirited fan to
coach RAINBOW SOCCER teams this spring.
RAINBOW, the most prestigious . recreational
soccer in the country, is a wonderful way to make
new friends & become integrated into the Chapel
Hill community. Excellent practical teaching &
coaching experience. Practices start Monday,
March 1 & Tuesday, March 2. UNC Head Coach
ANSON DORRANCE is offering a coaching dink
on Sunday, Feb., 28, 3-5 PM on Fetzer Field.
Interested coaches should caD WINKIE LaFORCE
at 929-4269 or KIP WARD at 967-8797.
I NEED TWO ACC Tournament tickets and am
willing to pay. Call 933-9844 any evening between
6:00 and 8:00.
SPECIAL HE'S NOT KEEE offers Happy
Honr prices on Beer every Monday from 5
pm until closing.
UNC SUNBATHERS! We still have space on your
SPRING BREAK Trip to Ft. Lauderdale-$129.00
7 nights 8 days tennis parties and much
more! For more information (800) 368-2006 TOLL
FREE! Or call Stephanie 933-5654. Space is
SPCSN6 BSEAK 82! Fort Landerdale
Beach. Best party Mdg. on "strip." Co-d
apts.rms. beachfront. Sleeps six
PLUS. Bent prices oa beach!! CaU: Gail
(385) 462-4152. CreaWs Beach Cbib.
Reserve Now! -
RIDERS NEEDED TO NEW York for Spring Break
to share expenses. CaU Barbara at 933-1660. Keep
GETTING DESPERATE. NEED A ride to Orlando
area Spring Break. Can leave any time. Will share
usuaL CaU Jeanine soon at 933-4S26.
DESPERATELY NEED FUSE TO NYC,
Long Island, or northern N J. on March 5
or 6. U13 share expenses. Call Knrt,
RIDE NEEDED TO ORLANDO or Cocoa Beach.
Florida for Spring Break. Wi3 help with gas costs.
Cafl Christine 489-8990. :
NEED RIDE TO AND from PA. over Spring
Break Harrtsburg area. .'.'"' .
Project 2000, a study done by the COG, ad
dressed a number of problems that have arisen
and that could become big issues in the area.
The project's land-use subcommittee looked
into the prospects for area growth.
This committee, of which Green was a mem
ber, concluded that growth should be concen
trated in and around existing cities as an alter
native to sprawl growth.
Green also favors infill growth in towns
rather than suggesting that the growth over
flow the town limits,
"Infill is one way to achieve compact de
velopment," he said.
Carrboro residents know only too well
about overflow. The town has been populated
by University students, employees and others
who work in Chapel Hill.
With Chapel Hill's and Carrboro's con
structive coexistence through common in
terests like the town bus system, OWASA and
the roads system, the two governments ex
change ideas and reach mutual agreements.
"You've heard7 of twin cities," said Roy
Williford, Carrboro's planning director.
"Well, we're like twin towns."
Through the Joint Planning Committee, the
two towns can better coordinate individual ef
forts and can voice concerns with the purpose
of finding a workable solution.
Williford said he thought the two govern
ments worked very well together, adding that
the planning departments had an open line of
Williford said that in the future there was
going to be a need for a better thoroughfare
system from outlying areas to the Chapel Hill--Carrboro
"There needs to be more of a link-up," he
said. ' ' . .; .
As development continues in surrounding
towns, this idea may be a recurring one.
While residents who are unable to find
housing in Chapel Hill spill over into Carr
boro, other towns in Orange, Chatham and
Alamance counties have had similar experi
' ences. ;''. - -,.:; .
The Chatham community of Bynum has ex
perienced a growth rate increase, especially to
the north of the s.nall township, said Keith
Megginson, director of planning for the coun
ty. " '' 7
Cafeteria Not just
Located in the Pre-Clinical Education Building
Overlooking the Bell Tower Parking Lot
en DailV 00am- 9:0Ubm
Breakfast, coffee break special, fast food 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Hot entrees and vegetables for lunch and supper
Take out service available
Call us for your catering needs
Meals, Parties, Picnics 966-1552 or 966-1553 '
FREE Small Beverage with this ad.
All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
.12 (noon) one business day before publication.
ARE YOU GOING TO Fort Lauderdale for Spring
Break? We are looking far 2 other people to share
gas and driving expenses. CaU 968-0205.
FLY TO FLORIDA OR New York, one way or round
trip, for Spring Break. Pilot desires passengers to
share reasonable expenses. CaU Ken at 929-7489.
READ THIS IF YOU'RE driving to Orlando for
Spring Break.' 1 desperately need a ride, and will
help with gas and driving. CaU Ken at 933-6115.
Keep trying!; 'r::;'4...'.OV
CALIFORNIA '. ! ANYON"? Interested in a
LEISURELY trip to California by car? (Around May
12). Share cost tmd driving; "9-4 p.m.: 966-1641;
after 8 p.m.; 933-5337, -i-..
SHEP V. YOU . ZLCOMD Just wanted you to
know how cute "you are! Tm still watching ya in the
cafeteria and ort campus : v .
VICKIE ATJHIS?;" IS DEFINITELY scrapbook
material!! Love; David.
JIMMY, JEB, CHRIS and Pep Band Seniors Get
up offa that thing and take off! Though we're close
to the end, the best is yet to come. Great Job
Wednesday. Good luck Saturday. Go Heels! Robin
and Janis. - v.". '
TIM, DEANA, AM-How abont a doable
date? -Old East and The Ad Stall! Sonnds
tike fan, hnh? Gnese Who.
TOONE OF THE twins in PE. 88 MWF TEN A M.:
. Glad to see you in class again on Wednesday. Can
you give me mouth to mouth and work on my Heart
at the same time? A victim.
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY! Steve, Barry, and
Steve! You guys are the greatest (Sorry Fm a tittle
late with the personal ) Love ya'. SaQy.
TEED OF PHONY MEN, borfef. parties, bars
and a kmsy social Efe? A well educated male,
gentle natnrcd and affectionate. Interested
in sports, outdoors, travel and bnsiaess, r
wishes to meet tall, slim and attractive
blonde female 18-25, interested la true
romance. Writs P.O. Box 1132, Chapel 113,
LOVE IS NICE, BUT LUST Is disgusting- especi
ally at 8:00 a.m. Chem 21. Most attend class to
learn not makeoutH Save it for the bedroom. -
1430 WEST. I'M ATTACHED, but wanted you to
know that you really caught my eye. An admiring
sandy blond kt Econ.
TO THE FRIENDLY WRESTLERS fa Italian 42
(Mike, Tim. Bill). Good luck In the ACC
Tournament. Make The Prince'' proud! Kim.
LEWIS AND RUFFIN BEACH BUNNIES:
. To great football plays
(Bud-PUT YOUR PANTS BACK ON!!)
And mega-dirty jokes -
(. . .before it hits the floor? PFTHTT),
. Zoom, Schwartz Pafigliano,
:' And to Zack's befog closed;
To fried shrimp at Calabash, '
Walks on the beach with good friends.
Our corner on the beer market.
And to a NEAT AND FUN weekend.
Thanks for letting us crash! "
With Lizardshit and Sheepshit love,
The AYCOCK CHEESEY RIDERS. .
"Baldwin and Williams (two other Chatham
County townships) are the fastest growing
townships in the county," Megginson said.
The townships, which border the Haw River,
increased in population by 73 percent and 37
percent respectively between 1970 and 1980.
Megginson added that the majority of the
residents commute to work in the Triangle
area. t: . .. ':'' ;
Thompson, an Alamance County township
located on Orange County's 'southeastern bor
der, has seen a great deal of growth in the past
few years. Because of this, John Jordan, an
area realtor, began to convert old mill houses
to sell to buyers looking for a home on a large
lot in a rural setting.
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have to review any financial requests that
might come in from such groups, he said.
CGC member Jennifer Cresimore (District
9) also opposed the bill. "I don't believe our
fees should fund organizations of religious or
political nature," she said. "I don't think we
should be pressured into it (funding religious
and political organizations), but we were."
Although last night's ruling may not im
mediately affect the number of organizations
applying, for CGC funding, groups not,
originally budgeted may ask for money later in
the year. CGC Finance Committee chairper
son David Maness said.
"I'd say there will be requests that we
wouldn't see otherwise," he said.
Any religious or political organization re
questing CGC funding would have to meet the
same criteria as other CGC-funded groups,
Such organizations must be recognized cam
pus organizations; they must have approved
constitutions and bylaws, and must state that
they are nondiscriminatory .
In other action, the CGC passed two bills
appropriating a total of $3,260 to the Carolina
Course Review to let it reinstate its class
surveys. - ''.
The money will go to buy software for a new
computer program that should improve the
quality of the review, Maness said.
We have beautiful, fresh cut flowers
& arrangements for all occasions
We wire flowers anywhere
Come see us in front of Granville Towers
"r. at University Square ; 968-4936
another pretty place
ENGLISH MAJOR: IF BY chance you are crossing
South Road at the bell tower again (perhaps Friday,
4:00 pm) stop look and listen! Music Lover.
HEY JV MENS BASKETBALL Team!! Beat Duke
Sat. to be ACC Champs. Thanks for a great season.
YaH are the best group of guys around. Go Heels!
Love Julie and Holly. - .
JOHN M., DEAN, MIKE, & John T. Thanks for afl
the good times and making this season one of the
very best. YaH are number one kt our book!! We
love ya! Julie and HoDy.
MATTHEW "AND ' HOLLY Hope you weren't
embarrassed Wednesday night. Just wanted you to
know we care. James and Dean Smith You're
next!? Happy Birthday: Jams and Robin
TIMOTHY B. WHAT DO E do now? Got
your card I'm hatrined. I have lots of
questions. The major one how do yon
pot stp with Ilnnunel? Deana. '
AL LEWIS THIS ONE n from me and Ira glad
you're back too! The other girl from Ehaus.
RW: DO YOU REALLY need a hint? After aft. I
almost live up there. (So I'm told by a mutual 4th
floor GW friend!) SA
DRG-WEVE BEEN DATING nearly a year now
' and I stiu love you tons, IH miss you this weekend, . '
Now you owe me one! DHJ .
GEAQ (MROWRO-YOU GEEK you may love
New York, but Chapel Hill loves you. Happy 20th
birthday! Only eight days til Riviera Beach can't
TO MY BLONDE QUADRAPLEGIC Can't wait to
be chased around the block naked with a crop! (
Heres to more massages ' and pool table '
experiences. P.S. Bring on the whip cream and
cherries Happy Birthday Love Dad.
DTH STATTLXS: If yon ordered a Da2y
Tar Heel T-Shlrf last semester-see
Linda COoper sometime before Spring
TO THE FOXY VoBeybaS player with die cast and
her mother, Mrs. BaHbe-Thanx for taking us in.
Ye&ow Blue Bus the Bravest. , . .y .
BEWARE YE '.' WHO DOUBT! Legs comes to
Chapel Hill tomorrow. We can have FUN In the
cellar! Besides, we have Tkl Signed All-weather
Fan. ; .
TO THE BEAUTIFUL BRUNETLE that rode the
"C bus around 10:00 on Wednesday. You had on a
blue and white shirt. Would you like to get together
for dinner? Reply In personals. Kept Looking.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY JOCKAMO! Thanks for
one great year. Keep die chickens (and especially
Ducks) on the balcony. Ich Hebe dich. Spater
TEAGUE RAIDER-150 is a crowd. Too much far
me. Tuesday night was fun, but things could get
better. CaU soon. 5936. Spencer Beauty.
CHRIS. W1SHJNG YOU A happy 21st on mine!
' Susie. '-.
BRUCE. . . NO THIS ISNT a girl wearing. Jeans,
letter Jacket and tennis shoes. Instead Just a crazy
girl that enjoyed discussing farm animals. Come see
me. love, yes ma'am! Brown Eyes.