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The Society of Janm wiH hold its last social meeting of the
semester at 6:30 p.m. in the Coachroom of the Pine Room.
The last Pre-Professkmal Health Society meeting of the
semester is al 7 p.m. in 107 Berryhill Hall. The topic will be
There will be an important organizational meeting for
Rugby Club members and interested individuals for the spring
E.L Doctorow. LOON LAKE. The author of Ragtime -tells
a quintessentially American story, set in the "
Great Depression, about a young drifters social ed
ucation at the hidden wilderness estate of one of
the country's richest men. Pub. at $11.95
BLACK BEAUTY AND OTHER HORSE STORIES.
Over 65 lllus. Fine collection of some of the best
known literature about horses. Incl. the complete
novel of Black Beauty and over 20 other selections
by such authors as Twain, Hawthorne, Conan
Doyle, more Special Only $5.98
THE WARNER BROS. STORY: The Complete Histo
ry of Hollywood's Creates! Studio. Ed. by C. Hirsc
' horn. 2000 Photos. Huge, lavishly illus. tribute to
Hollywood's most glamorous, exciting studio the
home of Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart, Loretta
Young, James Dean, and a vast galaxy of other stars.
Describes and illus. every one of the studio's fea
ture films, from The Jazz Singer to Bonnie and
Clyde, with fascinating info and behind-the-scenes
stories on each. A glittering delight fo rany film
lover. 480 pages. 9Vjx11. Pub. at $30.00
THE BARTENDER'S STANDARD MANUAL Com
piled by F. Powell. Over 700 recipes for mastering
the science of skillfully mixing drinks. Will make
anyone an expert bartender. Alphabetically arrang
ed. Orig. Pub. at $6.95
New, complete ed. Only $1.98
WHO'S WHO IN THE BIBLE. BY R. Etrownrigg
Nearly 900 Illus., incl. 32 Full Color Plates. Unique
' reference book brings to life virtually all the
characters mentioned in the Old and New Testa
ments. Solidly based on the most recent biblical
and archaeological research, this fact-filled, abun
dantly illus. volume describes patriarchs and kings,
warriors and prophets, heroes and villains, Jesus
l, and his disciples, more. Many beautiful illus. record
Cy biblical sites as they exist today as well as reproduc-
XK 'n8 8rat works of religious art. Over 800 pages. 7
f 38 x 9 34 ri8 Pub in 2 Vols at 537 90
) New, Complete One Vol. Ed. Only $15.95
"t FOLIAGE HOUSE PLANTS. By J.U. Crockett and
7 the Editors of Time-Life Books. Full Color Photos
Z and Illus. throughout Fact-filled, superbly illus.
book of how-to info for the indoor gardener. Fea-
& tures an encyclopedia of over 100 foliage house
J plants, tables of characteristics of 239 foliage house
plants, first aid and pest control techniques, more.
7 8'jx11. Pub. at $11.95 . . : Only $4.98
THE BLUE AND THE GRAY: 2 Vols, in 1. Ed. by
Henry Steele Commager. 48 Pages of Illus. and -Maps.
Huge, evocative history of the Civil War
presented in the words of those who fought it.
Draws on the personal accounts of officers and
privates, surgeons and nurses, chaplains and news
correspondents to survey every aspect of the epic
struggle. The most comprehensive historical source
book of first hand Civil War history available.
$1,2 pages Special Only $9.98
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f' r ana nme auiiiwm rvuicy. oy j. r. Ldbii. inumdie
t story "of two great American women whose lives
were bound together for all time. Follows these
gifted women for almost one hundred years, from
the 186CS and Annie Sullivan's childhood to
Helen's death in 1968. Pub. at $17.95 . . Only $4.98
MAXFIELD PARRISH. By Coy Ludwing. 184 Illus.,
64 in Full Color. Magical kingdoms, reclining nym
phs, shimmering lakes, mythical knights and unre
strained romanticism made Parrish one of the most
successful and original of American artists. They
are all here in this stunning volume. Chapter after
chapter is filled with his unpublished correspon
dence, analyses of methods and techniques, and the
illustrations, posters, advertisements, murals, and
paintings that were in Mother Goose in Prose, Knave
of Hearts, The Arabian Nights, Collier's, Life,
Harper's Weekly, more. 9x12.
Pub. at $25.00 Only $12.98
Bestseller BELLEFLEUR. By Joyce Carol Oates.
Haunting, unusual novel of six generations of an
American family. Incl. such factual events as the
War of 1812, John Brown's abolitionist raids, and
the building of the Erie Canal. Pub. at $1395
Edwin Newman: A CIVIL TONGUE. The author of
Strictly Speaking continues to defend the English
language against our contemporary penchant for
jargon, overblown phrases and verbiage. Filled with
hilarious examples from TV, the press and bureau
cratic organizations. Pub at $8 95 Only $3.98
semester al 5:30 p.m.' in the Carolina Union. '
The Murrhead Planetarium has opened its 34th annual pro
duction of Star of Bethlehem. The show will run through Jan.
There will be a i.PSK Senate Meeting al 5:30 p.m. in the
Carolina Union. Ask al Ihe Union Desk for the room number.
Alpha K-psilon Delta will meet al 7 p.m. in 105 Berryhill
Hall. A representative from the department of medical tech
nology will speak.
The Human Relations Committee of Ihe Carolina Union
presents "The Perfectionist's Stress Workshop" at 4 p.m. Sign
up is through today al the Union Desk.
The Carolina Union Forum Committee will hold a brief but
important meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Carolina
look For Our Catalog in Tomorrow's BTH
M-F 8 am-9
THE ART OF SOUTHERN COOKING. BY M.E. War
ren. 15 Line Drawings. A flavorful introduction to
the delights of Southern cooking, from cool sum
mertime salads and hors d'oeuvres to hearty en
trees, aromatic hot breads and rich desserts. Incl.
mouth-watering sausage, ham and cheese casse
roles. Shrimp Jambalaya, Sweet Potato Biscuits,
Pecan Pie, more. Orig. Pub. at $7.95
New, complete ed. Only $3.98
CHARLOTTE: LIFE OR THEATRE? An Autobio
graphical Play. By Charlotte Salomon. Transl. from
the German by L. Vennewrtz. In 769 magnificent
full-page color paintings, the haunting life of one
Charlotte Salomon receives the prominence it de
serves. Dividing her paintings into acts and scenes,
she details her life in Germany and France as an
isolated Jewish child during the Nazi regime.
Though Charlotte did not survive the war, her work
lives on. 800 pages 9x10 .
Pub. at $75.00 Only $19.95
THE ILLUSTRATED DISNEY SONG BOOK. Won
derful celebration of Disney's magical world of
music! Presents more than 80 songs guaranteed to
provoke fond memories, each specially arranged
with music and lyrics so the whole family can join
in. Sparkling full color artwork from the Disney Ar
chives features Mickey Mouse, Bambi and all the
other Disney favorites. Songs incl. A Spoonful of
Sugar, Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah, It's Small World,
more. Pub. at $24.95 Only $14.98
Full color pop
ups take you
to the land of
Faerie where it
is always spr
ing, and pixies
roam playing mischievous
pranks on maidens and
youths. 8x10J4.- I
Pub. at $7.95 . . . Only $3.98
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NORMAN ROCKWELL ILLUSTRATOR. By Arthur L.
Guptill. Preface by Dorothy Canfield Fisher. 437 II- ;
lus, 43 in Full Color. Beautiful, best-selling volume
which shows the works of America's most beloved
artist and offers a pictorial panorama of a growing
and changing America. Thirty years of Saturday
Evening Post covers, hundreds of anecdotes, all of
Rockwell's most famous works and special illustra
tions done just for this book. 9x12
Pub. at $17.50 ... Only $7.98
FEMININE BEAUTY. By Sir Kenneth Clark. 175
Plates, 40 in Full Color. Paintings, sculputure and
photos illustrate the eternal theme of feminine
beauty, Superb essay provides perceptive, personal
insights while discussing the pictures chronological
ly. 9'2x11. Pub. at $25.00 ........ Only $10.98
THE NEW YORK TIMES CROSSWORD PUZZLE
DICTIONARY. By T. Pulliam and C. Crundman.
World's most authoritative reference for crossword
puzzle fans contains 40,000 entries, the largest col
lection of synonyms ever published. Perfect com
panion for America's favorite puzzles.
Pub. at $12.50 ..... ............ Only $6.98
MATTHEW BRADY'S ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF
THE CIVIL WAR. By B.J. Lossing. Illus. With 737
Historic Photos by Matthew Brady and 16 color
plates. Compellingly illus., fascinating reissue of the
classic history of the causes and conflicts of the
Civil War, first published by the War Memorial As
sociation. With documentary accounts, records,
and war maps compiled from the official records of
the War Dept. Original copies of this Collector's
Item sell for many times our low, low price.
EINSTEIN ON PEACE. Ed. by O. Nathan and H.
Norden. Preface by Bertrand Russell. Important
collection of Einstein's writings on war and peace in
the nuclear age. Incl. his correspondence with
Freud on human aggression, the true story of his let
ter to Roosevelt warning of Germany's work on the
atomic bomb, more, A fascinating record of Eins
tein's humanity and courage. 720 pages. Orig. Pub.
at $12.50 New, complete ed. Only $5.98
Worried about exams? Come to an tssay txam Workshop
offered by (he Wining Lab Wednesday in 101 Greenlaw Hall.
. Don't forget the tiM'-CH Riding Cluh.Christnm party at 8
p.m. Wednesday. Rides from campus are available. Call lXb
bie, Carol, or Charlotte for information.
Final Exam Survival Kit will be held al 3 p.m. Thursday.
Prc-regisiralion Ls required by today. Call Student Health Ser
vices at 966-2281, ext. 275 or Student Development and Coun
seling Center at 962-2175.
The Global Issues Committer of the Campos Y will host a
discussion on Ihe conflict in Northern Ireland at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Carolina Union.
There will be a UNC Cycling dub meeting at 7 p.m. Wed
nesday in the upstairs lounge of Ihe Carolina Union. A
videotape of the Athens Georgia Twilight Crilerium will be
Kappa Alpha Thela Sorority and APO ar sponsoring a
Blood Mobile in Ihe Great Hall of the Carolina Union from 10
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. , -
There will be a BiglJttk Buddy Christmas Party at 4 p.m.
Wednesday al the Chi Omega Sorority House on the corner of
Franklin and Hillsborough streets.
There will be an AIESEC officers meeting at 5 p.m. Wed
nesday at Molly Maguire's. It will be brief. You mast be there
To an Stalwart ECOS folks: Thanks for the turnout this
semester. Can you make it one more time? Come to a short
meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Carolina Union.
Attention aO Alpha Xeta Sigma Brothers: There will be a
called meeting al 7 p.m. Wednesday in 221 Venable Hail.
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INVITATION TO A ROYAL WEDDING. Relive the i
wedding of the century in 144 pages of superb full
color photographs. To produce this magnificent
book, 30 of Britain's top photographers were sta
tioned inside St Paul's Cathedral and at key points
along the Royal couple's triumphal route, enabling
you to share in all the pageantry and excitement of
the magic day. A glittering record you'll treasure for
years to come. Now incl. 34 photos of the Royal
couple's joyous honeymoon. 9Vix11 Vt.
Special Only $10.98
CRAIG CLAIBORNE'S FAVORITES FROM THE
. NEW YORK TIMES. Volume L The New York Times'
food editor has personally selected over 250 of his
most exciting dishes for this collection of his best
articles and recipes. In a conversational and enter
taining style he covers such topics as Indian, Per
sian, and Italian cookery, shaping and baking bread
dough and having a festive clambake. Incl. recipes
for summer soups and winter nights, the ultimate
cheesecake, menus for Thanksgiving, Christmas
and other holidays; more.
Pub. at $12.50 . Only $5.98
A TREASURY OF SOUTHERN FOLKLORE. Ed. by
B. A. Botkin. The.old South comes alive in this rich
treasury of song and story. Filled with the grace,
color and wisdom of Dixie, from the backwoods
bluesmen to hellfire preachers, from folksayings to
recipes for old-time dishes, from the Virginia Tide
water to Creole Louisiana. With over 500 stories,
over 75 folksongs and much more, this is the South
as Southerners know about it tell about it and sing
about it Orig. Pub. at $14.95
New, complete ed. Only $7.98
HAVE A WORD ON ME: A Celelbration of Lan
guage. By Willard Espy. 20 Illus. Joyous potpourri
of verbal delights riddles that rhyme, quips, epi
thets, international tongue twisters and witty verse
from the best-selling author of An Almanac of Words
at Play. 256 pages. Pub at $13.95 . . , . Only $2.98
AUGUSTE RODIN. By R. Descharnes and J.
Chabrun. Over 450 Illus., 85 Full Color. Beautiful
tribute to the artist who sculpted The Thinker, The
Kiss and many more of the world's most memor
able scupltures. Also incl. his little-known paintings,
drawings and etchings. Pub. at $60.00 . Only $29.95
JOHN STEINBECK: THE ACTS OF KING ARTHUR
AND HIS NOBLE KNIGHTS. Steinbeck's modern
Li retelling of Malory's stories of King Arthur and the
Knights of the Round Table: Steinbeck succeeds in
preserving all the wonder and magic of the origi
nals, while eliminating the archaic words and spell
ings that hamper the modern reader. 384 pages.
Orig. Pub: at $10.00 New, complete ed. Only $4.98
LIFE AND WORK OF WINSLOW HOMER. By Cor
don Hendricks. 937 illus., 68 in Full Color. Beautiful
panoramic view of the entire range of the artist's
work, together with a meticulously researched text
on his artand life make this the most complete and
valuable book ever published on Winslow Homer.
Incl. unpublished examples of his work, photos of
artist and family, complete lists of graphics &
public collections, chronology, much more. 13V4
x11 78. Pub. at $45 00 Only $29.95
BULFINCH'S MYTHOLOGY. Illus. The classic col
lection of the beloved myths and legendary lore.
This complete edition incl. The Age of Fable, which
features tales of the Creek and Roman gods and
heroes; The Age of Chivalry, featuring stories of
King Arthur and his Knights; Legends of Charle
magne, featuring tales of the French King and his
court 957 pages. Special Value Only $6.98
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ii Nixon outlines the course we
must take in the decades to
come to counter oviet ex
J pansionism. 3-52 pages.
B Pub. at $12.50 Only $3.98
Hilda Vanlankveld will speak on Women in Development in
Tanzania al noon Wednesday in the International C enter.
There will be a Pre-mcdPre-dent Interviewing Skills Work
shop al 5 p.m. Wednesday. Sign up outside 201 Steele Building
by noon today. ..
The BSU Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday! The
, Worship Committee will meet al 8:30 p.m.
Readers" Theatre presents Never Saw Another Hutterflv,
an adaptation of poems and drawings by the children of Tcrein
Concentration Camp, at 8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday in
203 Bingham Hall.
A Carolina tradition continues al 8 p.m. Wednesday when
the Carolina Union presents a dramatic reading of A Christmas
Carol in the Carolina Union Auditorium.
Dr. D.S. Heeschcn, National Radio Astronomy Obser
vatory, will speak on "Variability of Ihe Radio Emission of
Radio tialaxies and Quasars" al 4 p.m. Wednesday in 265
The Wesley Foundation will hold a fellowship dinner at 6
p.m. Wednesday followed by an informal songlest.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Pre-vets: Applications for FaB -1983 MM School of
Veterinary Medicine are available in 201 D Steele .Building and
101 Nash Hall. They are due in Raleigh by 5 p.m. Jan. 14.
Students can sign up for their English W . I, or 2 papers fritm
I all 1981 in 204 Greenlaw Hall. These are the folders thai have
been on file in the Department for a year. Papers will be des
troyed after exams. '
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" B. Kliban: CATCALENDAR CATS. Klibarrfans won't
want to miss this hardbound collection of every
drawing from every Kliban Cat Calendar, 1977
1981. 65 drawings in all, incl. such classics as The
Trojan Cat How to Draw a Tail, The Astronauts Ar
rive.11'4x9Vi. Pub. at $17.50 Only $6.98
WINDOWS AT TIFFANY'S: The Art of Gene Moore.
By J. Goldman. 213 Photos, incl. 66 Full Color
Plates. Opulent record of the magic worked by ar
tist Gene Moore in the display windows of Tiffany's.
His dazzling, dramatic and witty compositions
make ingenous use of unusual materials from egg
' spells to neon to create breathtaking showcases
for Tiffany's exquisite jewelry. Here are over 200 of
His most inventive displays. 224 pages. 10V4x13VJ.
Pub. at $50.00 Only $24.95
Full Color Illus.
Based on Cle
" s I cherished
H J' S-classic, this
outstanding children s title
captures all or the magical
enchantment and joyful good
cheer of Santa's annual flight
Special Only $1.98
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THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART, WASHING
TON: Concise Edition. Intro, by J. Carter Brown,
Director. 120 Full Color Plates. Magnificent volume
reproduces the choicest paintings on display at
Washington's National Gallery of Art. From the ear
ly Italian and Northern masters up through the 20th
century, most of the world's greatest painters are
presented. Ciotto, Leonardo, Rubens, Rembrandt
El Greco, Picasso, others. Illulminating commen
taries accompany the plates. 8V4x11V4. Orig. Pub.
at $20.00 New, complete ed. Only $9.98
THE NEW YORK TIMES HERITAGE COOKBOOK.
By Jean Hewitt. Over 100 Illus. Regional American
cookbook overflows with more than 2100 authentic
heirloom recipes. Organized by geographical areas
with ethnic specialties brought by immigrants com
bined with traditional dishes. Incl. Pan-fried Oregon
Trout, Virginia Red-Eye Gravy, Pennsylvania Dutch
Shoofly Pie, many more. Over 800 pages. 7 38 x 9
14. Orig. Pub. at $12.95, New, complete ed .
. Only $8.98
THOMAS HART BENTON. By M. Baigell. 229 Illus ,
incl. 101 Full Color Plates. Opulent art book pays
tribute to this most American of artists, from his
nonconformist Missouri boyhood, through his art
studies in Chicago, New York and Paris, to his return
to the American Middle West. The reproductions
incl. lively drawings and paintings of gutsy realism
and spirited vision that truly reflect the American
experience. A number of his famous murals are pro
minently featured iti large foldouts. Produced with
Benton's active cooperation1. 13x11 V.
Pub. at $60.00 . . . Only $29.95
INSIDE THE THIRD REICH. By Albert Speer. 48
pages or pnotos. i ne i nira Keicn s minister or ar
O Li maments and war production gives an unpreced
ented firsthand account of power and politics at
the upper echelons of the Nazi party. 672 pages
Orig Pub. at $14 95 New, complete ed. Only $6.98
ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER: Three Complete Novels.
The universal themes of good and evil, magic and
religion, mystery and reality are masterfully blend-.
ed in three of the Nobel Prize-winner's finest novels:
The Slave: Enemies, A Love Story; and Shosha. 464
pages. Pub. Separately at $30 85
New, 1 Vol. Ed. Only $6.98
ASIMOV'S GUIDE TO SHAKESPEARE: 2 Volumes
in One. Over 50 Maps and Charts. Scene-by-scene
key to all of Shakespeare's plays and narrative
poems. Reveals their mythological, historical and
geographical roots, supplying the modern reader
with a background of knowledge that will help him
understand and enjoy theater. Over 1500 pages,
better. Orig. 2-Vol. ed. Pub. at $25.00
New, complete ed. Only $10.98
Model UN Club places second
By JOHN TONKINSON
The UNC Model United Nations Club placed
second in a national conference held at the
University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia
Selected colleges sent delegations repre
senting actual countries to participate in the
conference, said Adrienne Meddock, the
1981-82 president of the UNC Model United
The students debated contemporary issues
that are being discussed at the real United Na
tions, such as the Iran-Iraq war and rules for
Awards were given by the sponsors of the
conference to those delegations which most
successfully represented national interests and
debated well, Meddock said.
The UNC club sent 13 students in two dele
THE NEW YORK TIMES NATURAL FOODS OlETi i
ING BOOK, By Y.Y- Tarr. 115 Illus. Shed pounds
and eat well using nutritious recipes without
chemical additives, processed foods or artificial
sweeteners incl. Chicken with Mushrooms, Zucchini
Stuffed Summer Squash, Nutty Apple Slices, more.
Orig. Pub. at $7 .95 . New, complete ed. Only $3.98
THE DESSERT COOKING CLASS COOKBOOK. By
the Editors of Consumer Guide. Full Color on Every
Page. Step-by-step photos and directions take you
through all the techniques needed to complete
dozens of scrumptious, impressive looking desserts.
8'4 x10 78. Spiralbound Special Only $3.98
MATHA GRAHAM: SIXTEEN DANCES IN PHOTO
GRAPHS. By Barbara Morgan. Over 120 Photos.
Revised edition of one of the most celebrated col
lections of dance photographs ever published. A
stunning volume that captures every nuance of
Martha Graham's dramatic force and emotional in
tensity. A treasure for every lower of dance and fine
photogrpahy.10V2x1Ji. Pub at $35.00 Only $12.98
STEICHEN AT WAR Ed. By C. Phillips. Over 200
Duotone Photos. Terrifying kamikaze attacks. The
launching of torpedo-bombers. The debriefing of .
exhausted pilots. A magnificent collection of
. photographs taken by Edward Steichen and his
Naval Aviation Photographic Unit in the Pacific
theatre of WW II. 9'2x12V4 .
Pub. at $40.00 . . Only $17.95
THE CIVIL WAR. By Bruce Catton. Over 200 Photos
and Illus. Fast-paced, dramatic narrative of the War
between the States distills the salient points of the
Pulitzer Prize-winner's prior works. Filled with
authentic battlefield photos and period illus. Orig.
Pub. at $8.95 ...... New, complete ed. Only $4.98
QUEEN VICTORIA'S SKETCHBOOK. Text by M.
Warner. 75 Full Color Illus. and 75 Halftones. Hid
den in the Royal Archive since Queen Victoria's
death, these sketches and drawings reveal to the
public for the first time her impressive talents as an
artist 9 14 x 7 38. Pub. at $17.95 Only $3.98
Bestseller. THE BRETHREN: Inside the Supreme
Court By Bob Woodward and Scott Armstrong. 16
pages of Photos. Behind-the-scenes look at the
Supremem Court in action the political maneu
vering, arguing and compromising that resulted in
the landmark decisions of the past two decades.
480 pages. Pub. at $1395 ... Only $2.98
By J. Mazel
ary diet plan
that lets you
eat as much as
when and as often as you
want. Learn the secrets of
"conscious combining" of .
foods to be as slim as you like
for the rest of your life. 288
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PURE AND SIMPLE: Delicious Recipes for Additive
free Cooking. By Marian Burros. Learn to cook from
scratch with fresh, chemical-free ingredients. Incl.
over 200 recipes and plenty of advice on shopping,
label reading and seeing through the false promises
of advertisers. Pub. at $9.95 ... . . Only $3.98
Studs Terkel: AMERICAN DREAMS: LOST AND
FOUND: In Terkel's most ambitious book to date,
we are introduced to a hundred Americans and
their dreams some fulfilled, some squandered, all
with something to say about our national hopes
and fears. Pub. at $1 4.95 Only $4.98
THE POWERS THAT BE. By David Halberstam Bril
liant inside story of the rise of America's com
munications empires and of the men and women
who built them: Henry Luce's Time, William Pales
CBS, Phil and Kay Graham's Washington Post and
the Chandler family's Los Angeles Times. A monu
mental achievement by the author of The Best and
the Brightest 771 pages. Pub. at $15.00 Only $5.93
November 30, 1982The Daily Tar Heel3
gations, representing the country of Togo,
located in northwest Africa, and the United
Arab Emirates. The Togo delegation managed
to take second place in the conference, losing
to Duke University, which represented Kenya.
"The success of our club at Penn is impor
tant," Meddock said. "It shows other colleges
that we are something to reckon with."
UNC will represent Angola in the Nationals
Conference, a prestigious conference held in
the New York UN building from Mar. 29-Apr. 2.
Awards also are given to individual dele-'
gates. Winners from UNC were Charlie
Madison and Scott Humphrey, both on the
Togo delegation. '
1982-83 president of the UNC Model UN
Gub Patricia Wallace said she was pleased
with the success of the club at the conference.
"Increased preparation should allow us to do
even better next time," she said. "At the very
least we hope to do better than Duke."
.COMPLETE. f ILLUSTRATED, WORKS, OF. s LEWIS
. CARROLLTK-er 400 Illus. Contains all of Carroll's
authorized illustrated editions of major fiction and
poetry incl. Alice in Wonderland, Alice Through the
Looking Glass. Plus facsimile of the manuscript of
Alice's Adventures Underground with Carroll's own
illustrations, 900 pages Only $7.98
Bestseller THE MEMOIRS OF RICHARD NIXON.
In the most talked about autobiographical work of
our time, Richard Nixon presents a self-portrait that
is both historically compelling arid intensely per
sonal. The first American president to resign his of
fice candidly analyzes his strengths and weaknes
ses, his doubts and beliefs, his victories and defeats,
from his California boyhood to the moment he left
the White House for the last time. 1,120 pages.
Pub. at $19.95 Only $7.98
Literacy and Its
. The last word
on the use and
abuse of the
One of the most renowned
critics writing today tackles '
The New York Times, Core
Vidal, the Academy Awards, j
more. 13 illus. ,
Pub. at $12 95 Only $3.98
Collector's Item: THE LIMERICK. By G. Legman
"There was a young man from Madras ..." and
over 1700 other bawdy, uncensored limericks in this
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