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4rThe Daily Tar HeelFriday. September
Public service announcements must be turned into the box outside DTH offices in the Carolina Union by
noon if they are to run the next dav. Fach item will be run at least twice.
Ttw Drpwlmm of Computer Srirncr will hold a collo
quium by John A. Sharp of the University of Swansea, United
Kingdom at 2 p.m. in 212 Phillips.
Y-den your Horizons! A representative from all the Campus
Y comiaitim will be in the Pit from 9:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. for
Y Horizon days. Come see what we can offer each other.
The Musk Mania FUnt Festival presents The Last Waltz, the
band's farewell concert, also featuring Bob Dylan, Van Mor
rison, and Joan Baez at 8 and 10: IS p.m. on Friday and Satur
day in the only Draft House Cinema in the area.
Audio visual services at the Health Sciences Library will
feature The Quiet Crisis, a film which discusses the trrreat of a
severe water shortage due to the problems of pollution and
heavy water consumption by agriculture, industry, and
residences. I; will be shown at noon in the Conference Room
on the second floor of the Health Sciences Library.
The Saltans Cultural Crater presents rhythm and blues
legend, Joha Lee Hooker & The Coasflo Coast Blues Band in
concert at 8 and 10:30 p.m. at the St. Joseph's Performance
Center, 804 Fayeticville Street in Durham. For more informa
tion, call 493-2096 or 286-3604.
The Performing Arts Committee of the Carolina Union in
conjunction with the Association of Internationa Students is
sponsoring "The Children's Folk Sports Presentation from
Taiwan, Republic of China at 8 p.m. in Carmichad
auditorium. There is no charge for the program.
Al those interested in volunteering to work with juvenile
delinquents at the C.A. Dillon School are asked to attend on
orientation meeting at 6 p.m. Monday or Tuesday in the
Carolina Union. Ask at the Union Desk for the room number.
There will be an Optometry Recruitment Conference at 3
p.m. Wednesday in the Carolina Onion. Representatives from
the four North Carolina contract optometry schools and prac
ticing optometrists will be available. For more information,
come by the Pre-DentPre-Med Advising Office in 201 D Steele
The Carolina Union Gallery Committee will meet at 6 p.m.
Sunday in Room 206.
CHEC (Contraceptive Health Education Clinic), now '
meeting every Monday at 4 p.m. in the health education section
of the Student Health Service, is geared to help UNC students
be responsible partners in matters concerning sexuality. CHEC
provides an informative slide presentation and an informal
discussion on contraception. Individual consultations are
available by appointment. CaO 966-2281, extension 275.
The Office of Career Planing and Placement Services will
offer practice interview sessions with a counselor from 10 a.m.
to 12 p.m. and 2-4 p.m. Monday. To make an appointment,
come by 211 Hanes Hall (a resume is necessary to make the ap
pointment). Sessions involve videotaping and a critique of the
A Pre-MedPre-Dent Interviewing skills workshop will be
given 5-7 p.m. Monday at Nash Hall. Sign up for the
workshop in 201 D Steele Building before 1 p.m. Monday.
The Back Student Movement Constitutional Meeting is
rescheduled for Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in the Upendo Lounge.
Major changes win be discussed at the General Body meeting
on Tuesday. Please come. Your input is needed.
There will be a Sports Mart in the pit from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Monday. Visit with the sports clubs at UNC and find out what
the SCC has to offer.
The Theta Omkron Chapter of Kappa Alpha Pal Fraternity,
Inc., invites all interested men to its Fall 1982 Formal Smoker,
Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Ehringhaus Green Room.
The SCA will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in room 28, Chapel
of the Cross. We will have a garb making workshop. Bring
your own material. AH are welcome.
Interested la backpacking, canoeing, rock climbing, caving,
or other outdoor activities? The Outing Club will meet at 7
pjn. Monday in the Carolina Union. New members are
The Student Development A Counseling Center moonlights
Mondays beginning Sept. 13. Come by Nash Hall to use the
Career Information Library, pick up national test applications
(GRE, GMAT, etc.) or call 962-2175 to make an appointment
with a counselor. For more information, call 962-2175 or drop
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The UNC-CH Men's Volleyball Club holds practices Mon
days and Wednesdays 7-10 p.m. in Fetzer Gym. Interested per
sons should attend or leave a message in the box in the Sports
Shape-Note Singing will meet from 2-5 p.m. Sunday in Per
son Hall. Traditional American shape-note hymns are sung in
four-part harmony. All singers are welcome.
The UNC Sailing Team will practice 3:30-5:30 p.m. Monday
at University Lake. For more information call Ann Stokes at
The Women's Lacrosse Club will hold its first practice at 4
p.m. Monday on the Ehringhaus field. Beginners are welcome.
The 1982 North Carolina Frying Disc Championships will be
held on NCSU's track fields Saturday and Sunday. Events in
clude disc golf, distance, freestyle, MTA, K-9, double disc
court, and ULTIMATE. Must register to enter. Call Kathy at
967-4900 for information. P.S.: The Disc Club goes to Wilm
ington next weekend. -. . "
The North Carolina Botanical Gardens will hold a Hope
Mills habitat trip Saturday and an illustrated lecture on area
There wffl be a Jerome Kohl Reception in the North Gallery
Student Center 3-5 p.m. at North Carolina State University ,
The Chapel Hill Parks and ReorearJoa Department wiB
sponsor a race walk clinic at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Phillips
Junior High School track. The clinic is intended to introduce
interested persons to the sport of race walking. "
The UNC-CH Chapter of the Amerku Association of
University Professor cordially invites members, new faculty
spouses, and friends to a RECEPTION IN HONOR OF NEW
FACULTY 6-7 p.m. Sunday in the Main Gallery of the
Ackiand ARt Museum. Come join your Chapel Hill col
leagues, chapter officers, and committee chairpersons for con
versation and refreshments.
Overeaten Anonymous, a self-help eating disorder group
meets at 7 p.m. Mondays in the Conference Room at Chapel of
the Cross. There are no dues, fees, or weighins.
. The Raleigh Organic Gardening Club meets at 2:30 p.m.
Sunday in the Cate Center, Merdith College, Raleigh. The pro
gram will be "Cloches, Cold Frames, and Other Season Ex
tenders." The speaker will be Bruce Wrenn, President of
Raleigh Organic Gardening Club.
The Triangle Area Lesbian Feminists (TALF) will hold their
meeting on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the YWCA, comer of Vickers
and Proctors streets, Durham. There win be a business meeting
followed by a program on Alcoholism. Child care will be pro
vided. The Student Consumer Action Union has a place for people
with ideas and initative who wish to improve the quality of
food, housing, and consumer awareness in Chapel Hill. Come
by our office in Suite B Carolina Union (962-8313), and apply
by Monday, Sept. 13, for Vtce-Oiairmanship and executive
committee positions or to work on one of our program.
Jim Ffaot, author of 77k Complete Book of Running, win
speak in Memorial Han at 8:00 p.m. Monday. Tickets may be
purchased at the Union Desk. The price is $1.50 for UNC
students and privilege card holders, and 13.00 for the general
public. Sponsored by the Union Forum Committee.
. Run with Jim Fixx in the Carolina Union. Fun Run this Sun
day at 3 p.m. beginning at Carrnichael Field. Get your Jim Fixx
T-shirt in front of the Union from 1 1 a.m. until 3 p.m. for only
ECKANKAR, UNC-CH, announces formation Of open
discussion group at 7 p.m. on Sept. 12 in Hanes 107. Subject:
"Pan-dimensionality as real experience." Book: Paul Twit-
cheQ's Spiritual Notebook.
The UNC tee Hockey Club's organizational meeting will be
- held Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Union. Anyone welcome,
regardless of ability or experience.
The Academy Award-winning short film "Violet" will be
shown on Thursday, Sept. 16, in the Union Auditorium. Doris
Berts, UNC professor of English, and author of the short story
which inspired the film, win speak and answer questions.
Copies of the story are available at the Union information
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Applications to work on the Complaint Line of the Student
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Consumer Action Union are now being accepted in Suite B of
the Carolina Union. Training will be given in consumer, legal
and business practices.
The Playmaim Repertory Company is recruiting volunteer
ushers for their upcoming production of an original musical
"Life on the Mississippi", based on the Mark Twain novel.
Ushers will be needed for each performance Sept. 23 through
Oct. 3 at the Paul Green Theatre. Those interested should sign
up at the PRC office, 303 Graham Memorial or call Shaun
Baggot at 962-1122.
GRF. (Graduate Record Examination) Oct. 16. Applications
must be postmarked by Sept. 16. Fees are S27 for General (Ap
titude) Test, and $27 for Subject (Advanced) Test. Late
registration is $10 extra until Sept. 21. Applications are
available in 101 Nash Hall.
The Photographic Arts Society will hold its seventh annual
. Juried Photographic Exhibit. The juror is Richard Cretcher,
Director of Education, Ohio Institute of Photography. .The
submission dates are Sept. 13-18 at the Camera & Photo
Shoppe on 1107 West Main St. in Durham. Prints must be
framed, behind glass or other protective covering, and be ready
for hanging. There is a maximum of four entrees per person
and an entrance fee of $10 per person.
Has the drinking of a relative or friend affected your per
sonal life? Want to meet and talk to others in your situation?
. We will be forming an on-campus Al-Anon group. Call ,
942-0067 for more information.
The Association for Retarded Citizens needs people to be
Citizen Advocates. In this program, volunteers work in a one-
. to-one relationship with a handicapped individual as an ad
vocate and a friend. Anyone interested in getting involved this
way, please call the ARC office at 942-5 119.
Sexuality Educational Counseling Service is now taking ap
plications for counselor trainees and business personnel.
Deadline is Friday. Applications are available at the SECS of
fice in Suite B of the Carolina Union and at the Union Desk.
Attention Graduate Students: Now is the time to apply for
six-month Graduate Internships in the Nation's Capital. The
Washington Center for Learning Alternatives, a nation-wide
internship organization, has announced an October 22 applica
tion deadline for its February-August, 1983 Graduate Session
in businessgovernment relations.
The Coalition for Battered. Women is seeking volunteers to
provide services to victims of domestic violence. A thirty hour
training course will be offered to interested men and women.
The course starts Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. Please call the Durham
YWCA at 688-43 or the Orange County Women's Center at
968-4646 for further information.
DAT (Dental Admission Test), Oct. 9 Applications must
be received by Sept. 13 with $25 fee in Chicago, 111. Applica
tions available in 101 Nash Hall, 01 Brauer Hall, and 201-D
Steele Building. This is the last test date for 1983 admissions!
Make a Difference on Campus Get involved with Student
Government Applications are still available in Suite C for
The Cancer Information Service at Duke needs volunteers
who want to serve North Carolinians by answering their ques
tions about cancer. An in-depth training program for
volunteers begins in October. For more information, call the
Cancer Information Service in Durham at 383-8524, or toll free
The complaint line of the Student Consumer Action Union
(SCAU) needs volunteers to help resolve complaints between
students and merchants. Come by Suite B of the Carolina
t'pion for more inrorm.itin.
A free, one-man dramatic reading of
Charles Dickens' Great Expectations will
be held Saturday, Sept. 11 at 8 p.m. in
the Di Phi chambers (room 400) in New
Dr. George Curry, a historian of 19th
century Britain, will present the Dickens
text. Curry prepared the reading version
of Great Expectations using Dickens' own
The program is sponsored by the
department of English, the department of
speech communication' and the School of
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Men's soccer downs Atlantic Christian;
Johnson breaks all-time scoring record
By MICHAEL DeSISTI
Senior forward Tony Johnson's, pair of
goals led the men's soccer team to a 5-0
win over host Atlantic Christian Wednes
day night, and in the process he establish
ed himself as the Tar Heel's leading scorer
of all time.
Johnson, a second-team All-ACC pick
last season, from Buies Creek, N.C.,
. scored his fifth goal of the year and 27th
of his Carolina career 15 minutes into the
second half of the contest, erasing Jim
Reston's previous mark of 26 tallies.
"It feels good, but I'm not overwhelm
ed with winning individual awards,"
Johnson said. "I'm just happy we're win
ning." Johnson opened the scoring 16:30 into
the game when he headed a hard, driving
corner kick by Mark Devey into the near
post from just outside the goalmouth.
That goal proved to be the game winner,
as keepers Bruce Talbot and Larry
Goldberg combined for the shutout.
Right back Joe Maher finished out the
half with the first goal of his career with
just under five minutes left in the half.
"I didn't know what to do," said the
senior. "I don't know how to describe it
because it never happened before."
Maher carried the ball from his own
midfield to the edge of the opponent's
penalty area and, finding himself un
marked, fired a low, hard shot into the
far side of the net.
Coach Anson Dorrance didn't hesitate
to show his pleasure in his wingback's
"Joe Maher was brilliant," Dorrance
said. "He was making runs down the
right side all day." K
UNC continued to pressure the
Bulldog's defense in the second half, as
Devey scored the first of his team's next
three goals 53:07 into the game. Devey
picked up a loose ball 25 yards away from
the goal, beat two defenders, then knock
ed it in from 18 yards away, swinging it
across the goal from the right side.
Freshman Chris Connolly was next.
The high school All-American midfielder
ran onto a drop pass seven minutes later
at the left edge of the box and bounced a
low screamer off of the inner side of the
Now there's even more to the thrill of Class
Cuts than the season's top sounds at low prices.
Now there's the Class Cuts Giveaway. Register today
and win these kindest cuts of all. The free kind.
1. Fresh cut flowers from University Florists.
2. Two cuts of ribeye steak from Cliff's Meat Market.
3. His and her brief cut underwear from Purrfect Lingerie.
4. A custom haircut from Salon 135.
5. A cut gemstone from Wentworth & Sloan Jewelers.
UNC forward Tony Johnson wins tha bell in the air
. . .men's soccer opens home season Sat.
Then, with 34:18 left in the game,
Johnson made his assault on the record
, books. Taking a pass from Maher on his
chest, he juggled the ball on his thighs
before volleying it into the back of the net
for the big one.
The Tar Heels open their home season
tomorrow at 2 p.m. on Fetzer Field,
meeting UNC-Wilmington. The
Seahawks have made a habit of playing
UNC close, and Dorrance does not expect
this year to be an exception.
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But regardless of Wilmington's play,
Dorrance remains confident in the ability
of his own squad, which has begun the
season with a 3-0-1 mark.
"I'm real pleased," he said. "I'm pleas
ed with our attitude in training sessions,
and our performance in matches has been
NOTE: The women's soccer game for
Saturday has been canceled. The Tar
Heels' home opener against UNC
Wilmington is in the process of being
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