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UNC student wins SGholarship
By SUSIE C. SPEAR
Tar Heel Staff Writer
An employee of the Bull's Head Bookshop
has been awarded one of two scholarships
given to Americans to' study bookselling in
Hie three-month scholarship, sponsored by
the Bertelsmann Foundation in cooperation
with the Association of German Booksellers,
has been awarded to Ann C. Moles, a 29-year-old
UNC student with a master's in horticul
ture from N.C. State.
Moles' duties have included merchandising
for sales, buying foreign books and supervis
ing the computer inventory department since
she began work at Bull's Head in 1980.
Moles said her German housemate and a
friend who was a German exchange student at
UNC introduced her to German literature and
the study of German.
She traveled through Germany last October
and visited Karlsruhe, in southern Germany.
There, she became excited about the political
climate and abundance of American army
families,! ; jv.
Moles said she hopes to live with German
students while working at the university book
store in Karlsruhe. The store is similar in size
to-the Bull's Head, she said. "7
German booksellers must have a special
degree in bookselling that they earn from Ger
man trade school classes. Moles said she plans
to learn German trade school sales techniques
Moles said German literature is her biggest
interest, and she tries to stock Bull's Head
with German classics, current best sellers and
children's books. She said the store's clientele
of German literature buyers is commumty
wide and not restricted to the University.
Rut Tufts, assistant general manager of the
UNC Student Stores, said carrying foreign
titles at good prices is extremely difficult. He
said the language barriers, foreign currency
payments, shipping and customs, and time
lags involved in distribution make Mole's job
Moles said she will return from Germany at
the end of December.
Rams club finds other parking lots
The recent controversy over use of Carmi
chael field as a parking lot for Rams Club
members on football Saturdays apparently has
been settled to the satisfaction of allconcerned.
John Swofford, director of athletics, said
last Tuesday that alternate lots had been
chosen. "We will be able to use lots behind the
General Administration building and the Chi
Phi (fraternity) house, and it appears that that
will meet the heeds of the Rams Club so that
we will not have to go with Carmichael,"
Swofford added 'that Carmichael had al
ways been a last resort and that the solution
;is good for everyone involved." On April 27
the Campus Governing Council submitted a
resolution protesting the use of Carmichael
The completion of the Student Activities
Center in February 1985 is expected to allevi
ate some of the current parking headaches
during football and basketball games, he said.
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