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Wednesday, February 2, 1933The Daily Tar Heel3
Compiled by Jantl Oteon
PaMk Mrvk HwwMtmili nmt be tunwd into the box outside the DTH offim la the Cwo&aa Union by 1 p.m. if
they art to be ma the aexl day. Only Mamnctowrts froai Uaivcnitjr recognized aad campts organization wtO be primed.
Al aaaotHcenteal mmmI be mitcd k 15 words aad cm only ran (or two days.
Tbe French tabic will meet at 4:45 p.m. in Papagayo'i.
Everyone is welcome.
Senior Owe Marshals will meet at 4 p.m. in the Carolina
Union. This is an extremely important meeting. If unable to at
tend, call 967-6974.
The Office of Career Planning aad Placement Services will
conduct a Job-Rap Session at 3 p.m. in 210 Hanes Hall. There
will be an informal format; no advance signup is needed.
Aa Interviewing Workshop, sponsored by the Office of
Career Planning and Placement services will be held at I p.m.
in 209 Hanes Hall. .
The Greeks, the Royal Shakespeart Company' two-part in
terpretation of the Greek play cycles, will run through Feb. 27
each night at 8 p.m. in the Paul Green Theatre.
The Scholarships Aid and Student Stores Committee of St
deal Government will meet at 3 p.m. in the Carolina Union.
Check the Union Calendar for the room number.
A Pre-medPre-dta! Interviewing Skffls Workshop will be
hdd at 5 p.m. Sign up outside 201-D Steele Building today.
AXE, Professional Cfcembtry Fraternity, will hold rush to
day, Thursday, and Monday. It is open to all chemistry and
allied majors. Come by 18-4 Venable Hall.
Men and women find each other baffling. Come to
workshop to find out how to work together more effectively at
3 p.m. in the Carolina Union.
Hunger Action Comatittee Is back. A meeting win be held at
3:30 p.m. in the Campus Y (upstairs). All are welcome. .
The Union GaBery Committee will meet at 4 p.m. in the
Carolina Union. See the daily schedule for the room number.
Are you interested in helping with Black History Month ac
tivities? Come to a meeting at 4 p.m. in the Upendo Lounge.
Everyone is welcome.
There will be a Global issues Committee meeting evening at
the Campus Y.
Are yon Interested la families, Africa aad economic drvdop
ment? Don't miss Dr. Ann Dunbar speaking at noon at the In
ternational Center. -
The United Christian Fellowship Drama GuBd will rehearse
at 6 p.m. in the Upendo Lounge. All members and interested
persons are urged to attend.
There will be a meeting of aO Student Government Liaisons
at 8 p.m. in the Carolina Union. Check at tbe Union Desk for
the room number.
Dr. Morrd H. Cohen, Exxon Research and Engineering
Company representative, will speak on "The Nature of Glass
Tnuwitioa" at 4 p.m. in 263 Phillips Hall.
"latarvfcwtng SVJBs for Women," a workshop with Pat
Carpenter of University Placement Services, will be held at
7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Carolina Union. It is sponsored by
Join the Parachute Club and learn how to skydive. There
will be a dub meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Carolina
Union. Everyone is welcome.
"Defense vs. Satan" will be the topic of the IVCF Midcam
pus chapter meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Carolina Union.
Dennis Gill will speak.
"Talking About Sam? Selecting a Major," a workshop for
undecided sophomores, win be held at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in
204 Steele Building. Contact the General College at 966-3116
The South Campus Chapter of IVCF will meet at 7 p.m.
Thursday in Parker Parlor. Randy Russe! will speak.
The FeBowchip of Christian Athletes will meet at 8:30 p.m.
in the Carolina Union.
The Association of Burinew Students will hold a career
seminar on Careers in Retail Merchandising at 3:30 p.m.
Thursday in T-5 New Carroll.
Campus Christian Fellowship will hold its regular Bible study
at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Carolina Union. All are welcome.
For more information, call 942-8952.
Baptist Student Union Thursday worship will begin at 3:45
. p.m. Thursday at the Battle House.
Professor G. Kallianpur, UNC, will speak on "Mathematics
and Statistics la Vietnam: Impressions of a Recent Visit" at
3:30 p.m. Thursday in 324 Phillips Hall.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
VAssert Yourself!" Learn how in a workshop starting Tues
day at 4 p.m. Contact the Student Development & Counseling
Center, Nash Hall, 962-2173 for registration or information.
Alpha Chi Sigma, the professional chemistry fraternity, will
sponsor a Sophomore Award in Chemistry. For more infor
mation, come by 18-4 Venable Hall.
We need poBlenders for the Feb. S elections. Applications
are now avaiable at the Union Desk. For more information,
contact Stan Evans in Suite C of the Carolina Union.
The Lawrence Vhit field Travelling FeBowship will be
awarded to undergraduate students. Applications are available
at the Wesley Foundation, the Campus Y and the Carolina
Union. They are due Mar. 16 at the Wesley Foundation.
Applications for the UNCGerman Exchange Program are
available at the International Center and at the Carolina
Union. Deadline for completion is Feb. 23.
' Nomination forms for the Order of the Old Well, a campus
honorary organization that recognizes unselfish service to the
university, are available at the Union Desk and are due Feb. 4.
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From page 1
Friday said the University system promoted
minority recruitment through campus visita
tions, personal contact, and films and publica
tions about the campuses.
Wallace said minority recruitment programs
also included seminars in urban areas to expose
possible students to the University and informal
receptions for admitted students in the spring.
"Things look very good for fall 1983,"
Wallace said of minority enrollment.
Teresa Everett, chairperson of the Black Stu
dent Board and Society of Afro-American Cul
ture at N.C. State, said she was unsure what the
enrollment increases meant.
"The University system is becoming more
aware and effort is being made. How genuine
that effort is, I'm not sure," she said.
"Judge Franklin Dupree reviewed the actions
of the University and found them very accept
able. I am content with his ruling," Friday said.
"The same states that were involved with us
have not achieved the level of performance we
have. We have invested $100 million and
developed more than 40 new degree programs at
the predominantly black institutions."
Jean Fairfax, in charge of enforcement of the
decree for NAACP, seemed unimpressed with
She said, ".$100 million divided by the five in
stitutions is only $20 million per institution.
That is not that impressive. A number of states
have put over $20 million into their black-institutions."
Fairfax-claimed that the Arkansas system has
invested more than $20 million in construction
alone at the University of Arkansas at Pine
Bluff, a predominantly black school.
"Also 40 new degree programs divided by
five institutions is only eight new degree pro
grams per institution. Virginia has awarded
eight new degree programs to Virginia State and
Norfolk State since 1978," said Fairfax.
"I'd like to note that UNC , put the
veterinarian school at N.C. State instead of
putting it at N.C. A&T. Nui ih Carolina has also
failed to award a black institution a doctorate
program since the decree," Fairfax said.
"The enrollment increases are the first step,
but more needs to be done and should be
done," said William Bland, vice chairman of
the Black Student Movement at UNC.
Gerry Beatty, student body president at
Fayetteville State University, said of the
system's progress, "I have no problems with the
University system's efforts. They are probably
"I do have mixed emotions about the
recruitment programs. It is great to be given an
opportunity to attend the predominantly white
institutions; however, they're taking the excell
ing black students from the black institutions,"
"Here at Fayetteville State the curriculum is
expanding and new buildings are always going
up," he said. "Definite progress is being
made." ..' ,
From page 1
Dole is confirmed
for Cabinet post
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON The Senate unan
imously confirmed Salisbury, N.C, native
Elizabeth Dole as secretary of Transporta
,tion on Tuesday in the first roll call vote of
the 98th Congress.
Mrs. Dole, wife of Sen. Robert Dole,
R-Kan., replaces Drew Lewis, who spent his
last day on the job Tuesday. Lewis is return
ing to private business as chairman of
Warner-Amex Cable Communications, Inc.
She will become the first woman in Presi
dent Reagan's cabinet, though U.N.
Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick has had
equal ranking and frequently meets with the
Mrs. Dole currently is a White House
aide. Her husband is chairman of the Senate
To encourage participation from all campus
organizations, Flowers said she would propose
that any "student organization willing to help in
building school spirit during Homecoming week
should be able to get privileged seating" at the
Ives reiterated his position that the CAA was
open to all students, that he would seek input
Free counseling for
; Confidentiality assured. Couples
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evaluate counseling effective-.
I ness. Daytime, evening appoint-
l ments available.
Call Dr. Donald Baucom,
; Psychology Department, UNC-CH,
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students in athletic affairs.
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