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6The Daily Tar HeelThursday, September 30, 1982
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according to airport officials and television
reports. Several explosions followed and the
plane caught fire.
About 250 members of emergency medical
and rescue teams were at the scene. The Soviet
ambassador and other embassy personnel also
were at the airport.
Rescue workers brought powerful lights to
the scene of the crash and called out for sur
vivors in several languages, including Russian.
RTL television said it was the first major air
..disaster in the history of this tiny grand duchy
of about 30,000, surrounded by Belgium, West
Germany and France.
In Metz, France, the Freyming Merlebach
Burn Center was placed on alert arid emergen
cy teams were called in to treat burn victims.
Traffic controllers in the airport tower said
the pilot had approached from the west and
landed without instruments because weather
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conditions were good.
"The air was clear, there was no mist or
anything," according to one local reporter.
Luxembourg airport officials said the II
yushin was scheduled to continue on to Lima,
Peru, after the stop in Luxembourg, where 15
passengers were to get off. ;
The most recent reported crash of an
Aerofiot airliner was last July 6.
An Ilyushin-62 crashed shortly after takeoff
from Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, and
Western sources said about 90 people were kill
ed. Soviet authorities did not release a casualty
figure for the crash, which was the sixth
known air disaster involving an 11-62 or its
sister plane, the Il-62m.
The worst reported disaster involving a
Soviet airliner was Oct. 13, 1972, when 176
people perished in the crash of an Ilyushin jet
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scholarship committee conducts personal inter
views. "We look for excellent students who
represent themselves well orally, or they won't
fare well at the county level," said Phil
Watkins, senior class counselor.
Because the selection process is so competitive
and the selections are based on interviews, many
North Carolina schools coach their nominees on
how to present themselves. "It's very impor
tant, that interview," Watkins said. "We work
with them on their presentation, fire questions
at them - on current events, their future
There are 37 American independent and 24
British schools which also send nominees to the
final competition. The schools were picked
because of their reputation. Most are in the
Northeast, but this year 13 Southern schools
were added to balance the list, Pritchett said.
Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H.,
nominates students from a list of those who ex
press an interest in the scholarship, as well as the
10 or 20 top scholars in the school, said Rick
Mahoney, dean of students.
A five-member panel studies the potential
nominees and picks two who are qualified and
interested in attending UNC to send to the final
"We could nominate, without thinking, two
or three of our best kids," he said. "We think
that's not fair to the University." Instead, only
those interested in UNC are sent, he said.
At Groton School in Groton, Conn., the top
seniors in the class are selected regardless of
their interest, said college adviser Charles Alex
ander. "Being from the Northeast, most of our kids
have thought of North Carolina from the
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start," he said. "The kids are aware of the
tremendous opportunity the program
Neither Groton nor Phillips Exeter coach
their nominees before the competition. "We're
confident enough in them after 18 years,"
Of the approximately 120 students who were
in the final competition this winter, 81 were
selected. Seventy-seven accepted. Those who did
not get the scholarship were offered a merit tui
tion award, which pays full tuition costs.
The nominees went before a 20-member cen
tral committee for a 15 minute interview. The
committee asks each nominee a "thought" in
stead of factual question, Pritchett said.
Michelle Volpe, a sophomore from West
Hartford, Conn., said she was sure she'd lost
the scholarship after she appeared before the
committee. "Those interview questions were
weird," she said. "They asked me, 'What
makes a nice little girl like you angry?' I thought
my interview was terrible."
Volpe received a Morehead Scholarship, but
Summey Orr, a senior from Monroe, did not.
"My feeling was that it was kind of a toss-up,"
he said. "I thought they'd already made their
decision from looking over our recommenda
tions and records.
"There were a lot of people I met that
weekend that I thought were shoe-ins. But many
didn't make it. I guess you've got to draw the
Mebane Pritchett agreed that many times the
large amount of information on grades and ac
tivities which the central committee has in front
of them is very much a deciding factor in the
final selections. s
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Public service announcements must be turned into the box outside DTH offices in the Carolina Union
bv 1 p.m. if they are to run the next day. Each item win be run at least twice.
btenriewing Workshop, sponsored by the Office of Career
Planning and Placement Services, mil be hdd at 3:30 p.m. in 209
Hanes HaO. Activities based on the Skills Guide (available in 21 1
Hants) win help you prepare for job interviews.
Change in Time of Uobai Issues Committee meeting at 6 p.m.
at Mr. Gatti's. We are still looking for ideas so all new interested
people please attend. For more information, call Holly Herring at
Housing Committee of Studeal .Government will meet at 6
p.m. Old and new committee members should attend. Please
contact ESen if you cannot be there. Ask at the Carolina Union
desk for the room number. Call 933-5201 or 967-9377 for more
information. . ;
AH Hotfine Committee members and researchenK There will be
a brief meeting at 3:15 in room 318 of Connor Dorm. Please at
tend specific duties will be assigned. Call Kathy McNulty at
933-5241 for more information.
Dr. Rod Brysoa, professor of meteorology and geography at
the University of Wisconsin Madison and author of the book
titled "Climates of Hunger." will speak on "Past and Future
Climates" at 12:30 p.m. in 116 Beard Hall. Call 966-2358 for
The Baptist Stedeat Uaioa program will feature Cliffe Krtech
tk from the Inter-Varsity staff in Boston, Mass., speaking on
"Sharing Your Faith." The program wflt begin at 6 p.m. at Battle
House, 203 Battle Lane.
There will be a Franklin Street Gourmet organizational meeting
at 4 p.m. in the Carolina Union. Sponsored by the SCAU.
Understaadfog the Afrirmfc Eaviroamtl can help you lake a
more active role in your education at Carolina. Learn about dif
ferent types of instructors and courses, and what to do about
"problem" courses. The group meets at 7 p.m. For pre
registration and more iriformation, contact Student Development
& Counseling Center, Nash Hall, 962-2175.
Lean to skydh join the UNC Parachute dub. The ClubwiB
meet at 6:30 pjn. in the Carolina Union. New membci's and in
terested people are welcome. There will be a film and equipment
The ABS PoScy Conunittee will meet at 4:30 p.m. in 300 Old
MIMM (Minorities ia Mast Media) will meet at 7 p.m. in the
Carolina Union. Ask at the Union Desk for the room number.
Everyone is invited to attend.
The Oapd im Parks & Rccrealioa Department will sponsor a
senior hiking trip to Hanging Rock State Park. Bring a picnic
lunch. The trip is open to persons aged 33 and older The fee is $9
The film Hoppity Goes to Town will be presented at 4 p.m. as
part of the Wendy's Art School After School Film FesdvaL
The Spectator and the Art School present Aterftum Coo as part
of the Oaeaaa60'a Fttoi Festival at 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. in the
only Draft House Cinema in the area.
Cult Ffca Festival, a three part series, will begin on Friday and
Saturday with Eraserhead, directed by David Lynch who also
directed tint Elephant Man. Show times are 8 and 10 p.m. in the
Draft House Cinema.
The Ssfiaia Cultural Ceoler, in association with the Black Stu
dent Alliance of Duke University, proudly presents the Lou
Donaldson Quartet in concert on Friday at 8 p.m. in Baldwin
Auditorium on Duke's East Campus. For more information, call
The Arts Office of North Carolina State University is sponsoring
aa exhibit of the NCSU remanent CoCectfoa t Friday from 10
a.m. to 10 p.m. in the North and South Galleries of the student
The Emperor's New Clothes win be performed on Saturday
at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in Thompson Theater on the North
Carolina Sate University campus.
There will be a solar water heater coastructioa workshop on
Saturday from g a.m. to 3 p.m. at Northwood High School in Pit-
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welcome to come help build or observe. For more information,
call Elsie Cunningham at 542-4512 or 542-4889.
The Muslim Student Asaodauo of UNC presents the film
Muhammad sJessenger of God on Saturday at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m.
in Carol! Hall.
Cab COoway'i Cottoa Chib Revisited, a musical revue of an
age gone by, opens the 1982-83 Signature Series on Saturday at 3
and 8 p.m. at Stewart Theatre on the North Carolina State
Are you "O.K. A Sol Growing?'' Increase your sdf-awarencss
. and ability to relate to others. Workshop begins on Monday.
Screening is required. For pre-registration and more information,
contact Student Development & Counseling Center, Nash Hall at
Do you fed out of control with food? Overcoming Cootpu&ve
Eating group can help women break the dietbinge cycle and
develop normal eating habits. The group will begin in early Oc
tober. Screening is required. For pre-registration and more infor
mation, call 962-2175 or drop by Nash Hall.
LBComfortabk about pubic speaking? Speech Anxiety group
can help you relax and build skills. The group begins meeting
Monday at 7 p.m. Saeening is required. Call 962-2175 or drop by
Nash Hall for pre-registration and information.
The Office of Career Planning and Placement Services offers
practice aaervlrw seasons with a counselor on Friday from 10 a.m.
tQ 12 pjn. and from 2 to 4 p.m. To make an appointment come
by 211 Hanes Hall (a resume is necessary to make the appoints
merit). Sessions involve videotaping and critique of a practice in
terview. BSM Opeyo Dancers present the first annual Fall Dance Invita
tional featuring groups from Duke University, N.C. Central
University, Fayetteviue State University and UNC-C at 7 p.m. Fri
day in the Great Hall of the Carolina Union. Call 929-863 1 for
La Tertiifia, the Spanish Conversation Club, will meet at 4
p.m. Friday at "He's Not Here." Vengan todos para divertirse y
hacer amigos nuevos mientras hablando espanol.
Now here this: The Campos Y Publicity Committee is having
its first meeting at 1:30 p.m. Friday in the Y building. AH are
welcome. Call 933-7741 for more information.
SCAU is forming a legislative task force to monitor, lobby and
research issues that affect students economically. An orientation
meeting win be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the SCAU office in Suite
B of the Carolina Union. Please come to find out more. For more
information, call 962-8313.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Tarhee&um is here! Buy balloons for the Georgia Tech game.n
Group purchases are available. Call 9-5 Mon. through Fri. at
966-2575. Sponsored by the Sweet Carolines.
The New Well is the campus Wellness Resource Center, and its
purpose is to promote positive health in the University popula
tion. It will be staffed Mon. through Fri. by trained peer
educators. Our hours this fall are: 10-3, Mon., 10-1:30 Tues.,
10-4 Wed., 10-4:30 Thurs., 10-1 Fri. The New WeU offers drop
m peer consultations and welcomes all to visit our browsing library
and lounge. The New WeU phone number is 942-WELL (9355).
CaO Jo Ann Collins at 966-228 1 (extension 275) for more informa
tion. The UNC-CH Media Board announces the openings of two at
large positions. Applications are due Oct. 1 at 3 p.m. For more in
formation, can Joe Cannady at 933-1668 or 933-7366.
Don't talk politics unless you register to vote. Registration is in
the municipal building and Carrboro Town Hall from 1 1 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Bring a photo I.D. and proof of local address.
NTE (National Teacher's rjuuuinatioa) Specialty Area Testa,
Oct. 30, Applications must be received by Sept. 27 in Princeton,'
NJ-, with $30 fee. Late registration until Oct. 4 costs S12 extra.
Please note: NTE has been revised this year. Specialty Area and.
Core Battery Tests are now given on different dates. Be sure to
register for the correct test. Applications available in 101 Nash
Hal For more mformation about certification requirements, con
tact the School of Education.
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