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Public service announcements must be turned into trte box outside DTH offices in the Carolina Union
by 1 D.m. if they are to, run the next day. Each item will be run at least twice.
Sailing Out) Officer: There is a mevting at 5 p.m. a( ihc Up
per IXvk. Be there. Aloha.
, t'nviruninrnlal Seminar: Jim Douglas, a program analyst in
ihe U.S. IVpanmeiil of the Interior, will speak on "The
Reauthorization of the Endangered Species. Act: The Con
irmersy that Wasn't" at noon in 217 Wilson Hall.
The SCA will meet at 7:30 p.m. in Room 28 or the Chapel of
the C ross. All interested in Ihe Current Middle Ages are in
The Reach Srif-Heip Family Support Groan sponsored by
the Mental Health Association will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the
Children's Conference Room of the Orange-Person-Chatham
Mental Health Center, 333 Ml Masters St.. Chapel Hill. Next
month's meetings will be Nov. I and Nov. 15.
Overeaten Anonyntooa. an eating disorders self-help group
meets at 7 p.m. in the Conference Room of the Chape! of the
Cross. No dues, fees or weigh-ins.
The UNC-CH Riding Club will hold a meeting at 9 p.m. We
will finalize plans for Hollins and take entries for VP1. Please
bring dues and entries. Fund raising will also be discussed.
There will be a Blood mobile today and Tuesday from 10
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Great Hall. To make appointments for
today, call 968-8057. and for Tuesday. 967-2646. The blood
mobile is sponsored by Pi Beta Phi, Delta Tau Delia, and
Sigma Sigma Sigma.
There win be a short but very important meeting of the entire
State and National AfTsirs Committee of Student Government
at 4: 1 5 p.m. in the Carolina Union. Ask at the Union Desk for
the room number.
The L'NC Gymnastics dub will have an organizational
meeting at 7 p.m. in Feuer Gym.
"The Nicaragua Revohrtkw Today" public slide show and
talk will be at 7 p.m. in the Durham Public Library downtown.
There will be a Carolina Union Forwn Committee meeting
at 5:45 p.m. in the Carolina Union.
The UNC-CH CJrde K will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the Carolina
Union. This is a very important meeting. If dues have not been
Your BSN means you re a professional. In the Army, it also
means you're an officer. You start as a full-fledged member of our
medical team. Write: Army Nurse Opportunities,
P.O. Box 7713, Burbank, CA 91510.
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Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m. -11 p.m. Sun. 9 a.m. -11 p.m.
Serving omelets, burgers and daily specials
"The pua joy of making music"
Monday, Hov. 1
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Tickets $6.50 at
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paid, please brmy them. Also bring aluminum cans for coilec- .
The I'NC Hwngeon and Dragons Out will be meeting at
7:30 p.m. in the Carolina Union. Club tournament sign-ups
will be available. Prog, am will be "Friends in the City and
Your Characters Survived.'
The Outing Club will hold a pot luck dinner at 6:30 p.m. in
ihe Carolina Union. It will be followed by the regular meeting.
The Carolina Gay Aanociaiion will hold a program meeting
at 7:30 p.m. in the Carolina Union. There will be a workshop ;
on "Role Playing and Group Discussion Skills." All interested
persons are welcome. For more information, call the CGA of
fice at 962-4401.
The UNC-CH Mea'i VoOeybal dub practices 7-10 p.m.
Monday and Wednesday nights in Fetzer Gym. For more in
formation, call Brian English at 966-4516.
CHFjC (Contraceptive Health Edacatioa Clinic), now
meeting every Monday at 4 p.m. in the health education section
of the Student Health Service, b geared to help UNC Students
to be responsible partners in matters concerning sexuality.
CHEC provides an informative slide presentation and an infor
mal discussion on contraception. Individual consultations are
available by appointment. Call 966-2281, extension 275.
' Jams Baldwin, novelist, playwright, and essayist, wiU give
the Sixth Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecture at
8 p.m. Tuesday in Memorial Hall.
Does your filing cabinet look like a wastepaper basket?
Come to a workshop on personal filing systems and learn how
to tame that unruly collection of paper at noon Tuesday in the
Rare Books Room of the Health Sciences Library.
A BSM general body meeting is scheduled for 5 p.m. Tues
day in the Upendo Lounge. The revised constitution wiU be
presented. Be there.
There wiU be a SCAU Organizational meeting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday. Get involved with SCA LPs variety of programs:
Apartment Locator, Dorm Cooking Guide, Legislative Task
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Pi Delta Phi. the French Society, will hold a meeting for all
students interested in our activities, at 5 p.m. Tuesday in 205
Dry Hall. All Francophiles encouraged to attend.
The Advertising Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in 203
Howell HaH lo elect officers, form committees, discuss the
AAF omiipctilion, form an advertising agency to service area
merchants, and arrange for speaker meetings and social events.
All interested are welcome.
Attention: There will be a Y -Outreach nerting at 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday in room 104. Everyone Is welcome. Get ready to go to
Campos Y Handicrafts Bazaar is having an organizational
meeting Tuesday in the Carolina Union for anyone interested
in helping. For more information call Mamie at 968-1 153.
The Students' International Meditation Society will sponsor
a conference, "Government, knowledge of natural law to in
sure simple, successful, and problem-free administration of
society for fulfillment of every aspect of individual life and
natural life," at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Chapel Hill Public
A School of PubBc Health Opea Home wiU be held 1:30
. -4:30 p.m. Tuesday in 249 Rosenau Hall. Undergraduates in
terested in majors in biostatistics, environmental protection,
health administration, health education or nutrition are invited
Black Ink Advertising staff will meet at S p.m. Tuesday in
the Upendo Lounge. For more information, call Lisa Lewis at
BSU Graduate Student Fellowship (and any other interested
persons) will meet at the BSU at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday to continue
discussion of M. Scott Peck's The Road Less Traveled: A new
Psychology of Love, Traditional Values A Spiritual Growth.
The Pre-Professional Health Society, a minority health
careers organization, will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in 107 Ber
ryhiU Hall. The guest speakers will be Dr. B. Haywood, Ob
Gyn and Dr. F. Burroughs, Pediatrician.
The North Carolina Student Legislature will meet at 7 p.m.
Tuesday in 226 Carolina Union. Bill topics will be discussed, as
will important plans for the rest of the semester. All members
are strongly urged to attend.
Have an urgent need for a study break? The Association of
International Students has its meetings at 5 p.m. Tuesdays in
the International Center.
Graduate History Society will present a lecture by Charles
Regan Wilson on "The Southern Way of Death" at 8 p.m.
Wednesday in 569 Hamilton Hall.
The Center for Documentary Photography at Duke will
sponsor a slide lecture by photographer Toba Tucker at 7:30
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A Showcase of Up and Coming
BATTLE OF THE
Saturday, October 23
"Soul, Rock n Roll,
New Wave, Rockabilly,
R & B, Funk
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Sponsored by the Carolina Union Social
with Morrison, Hmton-James and Ehringhaus Residence Colleges.,
no giass allowed.'
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p.m. Wednesday in 14 Perkins Library at Duke, West Cain
pus. The lecture is entitled "The Moment in Which People
Reveal Themselves." '
Hunger Action Committee win meet at 4 p.m. Wednesday
upstairs in the Campus Y. All interested persons welcome.
Can't come? Call Anne at 929-1433.
Haw many pounds of newsprint will fill the Pit? Bring all
your recyclable newspaper to Ihe ECOS table in the Pit on
Wednesday, and let's see.
Bike Registration Day is. from I to 4 p.m. on Wednesday in
the PH. Sponsored by Student Government Parking and
, The UNC Men's Lacrosse Club is now actively seeking new
players for the upcoming spring session. Organizational
meeting for ail interested players is at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
, The BSU New Students Group will meet at 9 p.m. Wednes
day. There will be a BSU Council meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednes
day. BSU Monday afternoon Bible Study on Philippians has been
changed (this week only) to 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Baptist
ECOS will continue to tackle complex, environmental mat
ters of pressing relevance to us all. Those interested in commit
ting their bodies and souls to this effort may attend the next
meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Carolina Union. Parental
The Educational Poftcy committee of Student Government
wiU meet at 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Carolina Union. Check
at the Union Desk for the room number. For more informa
tion, call 962-5201 or 933-1457.
The Wesley Foundation, the Methodist Student Center, is
having a fellowship dinner at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Following the
meal we will hold a coffeehouse featuring Raleigh Mann and .
his barbershop quartet.
The Chapel Hill Public Library's Fall Fim Series will con
tinue at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Library Meeting Room with
a film on Le Corbusier, Antonio Gardi and Frank Lloyd
Wright, legends in architecture. . , 1
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Photography classes; taught by Rick Doble, will start soon
in Durham. For the first time ever, a Field Trip Photography
Class is being offered, it will first meet in the classroom at 7
p.m. on Oct. 26 with a field trip the following Saturday after
noon. The Bask Beginning Photography Class will start Oct.
28, and the Darkroom Workshop will meet Nov. 8. Call rtow at
688-5467 for more information or to sign up. . .0
UNC Cycling Oub members, go by the Chapel HiU Cycle
Shop to nick up posters for the Century to put up in towii and
on campus. Change the date from Oct. 24 to 31. s J
Downstairs Qomeroom Open at 2 p.m. Dally
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$2.00 TIL 6:00 PM EVERYDAY!
COMING OCT. 22
Walt Disney's "Fantasia"
2:15 -M0 7:05 9:30
An Officer and
a Gentleman (R)
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My Favorite Yeartpq
3:15 5:15 7:15
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Pink Floyd-the Wall (R)
Local Bands. . .
Committee in conjunction
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Membership dues tor the Student Chapter of the American
Sndety for Personnel Administration must be paid by 4:30
p.m. Friday. Checks to ASPA can be submitted to Holly Butt
ncr. Professor B. Rosen ICR 313) or Professor R. Blackburn
IC R 308). .
Foreign Service Officer Examination, Dec. 4; Applications
must be received by Friday. Applications are available at
Career Planning and Placement, 211 Hanes Hall. Additional
information available at Student Development and Counseling
Center, Nash HaU.
The UNC Dental School is sponsoring a series of lectures for
the pre-denta! students. These lectures will begin in mid
October and will be conducted by fourth year dental students.
Various topics relevant to the aspiring dental student will be
discussed. All interested students should sign up in the Pre
dental Medical Advising Office in 201 D Steele Building. Early
sign-up is encouraged because space is limited.
Accounting Students: Chape! ThriU Committee is looking
for a treasurer. Qualified individuals please apply in Suite C of
the Carolina Union.
The deadline for the submission of applications for NSF
Graduate Fellowships is November 24. Further information
and application materials may be obtained from the Fellowship
Office, National Research Council. 2101 Constitution Avenue,
Washington, D.C. 20418.
Student Government is now accepting applications for three
positions on the Employment Service Committee, which runs
the Student Part-Time Employment Service. Interested,
students should interview with Paul Parker in Suite C of the
Carolina Union between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Monday. For more
information, call 962-5201.
Wert you in the Peace Corps? Have you ever observed nutri
tional practices in developing nations? If so, the Hunger Ac
tion Committee of the Campus Y would like to utilize your ex
pertise for its upcoming Fast for World Harvest. Please contact
William Browning at 933-3342 to discover how you can help.
NTE (National Teacher Examination), Core Battery, Nov.
13: Applications must be received by Oct. 1 1 in Princeton, N.J.
Fees are $20 for one test, $32.50 for two tests, and $45 for all
three tests. Late registration lasts until Oct. 18 and costs $12 ex
tra. This is the new version of the NTE. Please note: Core Bat
tery and Specialty Area Tests are now administered on dif
ferent dates. Applications are available in 101 Nash Hall. For
. more information on certification, can the School of Educa
tion at 966-1346. . '
' The New WeO is the campus Wellness Resource Center, and
its purpose is to promote health in the University population. Jt
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 Wdl offers drop-in peer
consultations and welcomes all to visit our browsing library
and lounge. The New Well phone number is 942-WELL (9355).
CaU Jo Ann Collins at 966-2281 (extension 275) for more information.
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could grind out only six first downs rnd
never crossed the 50-yard line.
"We're doing a lot more blitzing and a
lot more faking too," said linebacker
Mike Wilcher, who called this unit one of
the best ever at North Carolina. "They
were frustrated because they couldn't
figure out what we were doing."
In fact, State did not score once off of
the North Carolina defense; the
Wolfpack grabbed two points on a block
ed punt that bounded out of the end zone
at the end of the first half, and scored a
touchdown when Dee Dee Hoggard pick
ed off an Ike Brady pass and motored 44
yards for the score. ;
North Carolina kicker Brooks Barwick
mixed up the scoring with two field goals
and Ethan Horton sealed the win when he
plowed over from the 1-yard line with one
minute left in the game.
"They are a great football team," Kif
fin said. "We knew they Were, but we
didn't think they were that good. We
didn't think they could throw the football
that well." .
When told what Kiffin said, Smith,
Stankavage's favorite target for the day,
"I guess we showed him today then."
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