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6BThe Daily Tar Heel 'Wednesday Anni's.?? 1984
At UNC, look under grits
to find pleasant surprise
By JENNIFER KELLER
People, people, people.
From New Bern to New York,
from Great Britain to Afghanistan,
they come to the nation's oldest state
university, choking the arteries of
Freshmen may feel overwhelmed
and, in response, hide their freshness
by pretending that they know exactly
what they are doing.
The pace at UNC is fast and
competitive; yet with more than
22,000 students, newcomers are able
to sit back and watch.
The outgoing find one of many
social groups at the University.
Others can spend time with a few
friends, replacing mixers and beer
with softer lights and a nice
It takes time to eet used to some
of UNC's quirks. Some Northerners
feel culture shock in the face of the
Southern life: Southerners talk to
strangers, run up stairs to open a
door for a lady, and sometimes go
to church on a date.
Daring to try something different,
freshmen may try anything, and the
possibilities exist. If not at UNC then
the Triangle area has outlets for a
variety of interests from poetry
reading to African dance to bicycle
racing are in the area.
Freshmen will find people who
have the same interests. Out-of-state
students should not worry if they
want to charter a plane home back
to Connecticut, Massachusetts or
Maine when they hear the foreign
sounding Southern drawl.
The South runs deeper then hash
browns, grits and Carolina blue. It
just takes some time until its rhythm
and culture unveil a pleasant
Auditions for the Glee Club are open,
to all UNC students. Interested' people
should contact Michael Tamte-Horan
at 225 Hill Hall or call 962-1039 or 942
4549 for information. Registration and
rehearsal is as follows: Music 8d Men's
Glee Club, Monday and Wednesday 5
p.m., 103 Hill Hall; Tuesday and
Thursday 3:30 p.m., 103 Hill Hall.
Music 8f Women's Glee Club, Monday
and Wednesday, 3 p.m., 103 Hill Hall;
Tuesday and Thursday 3:30 p.m., 103
Students interested in participating in
the Carolina Choir are asked to contact
Larry Cook in Person Hall.
The Latter-Day Saints Student Asso
ciation will have a cookout Aug. 25.
It will begin at 5 p.m. at 400 Country
Club Rd. All new and returning LDS
students are invited. Call Richard Rust,
faculty advisor at 929-2789 or 962-4030,
for more information.
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Delivered right to your door
in less than 30
We keep the price down
The Depot serves quality
food at reasonable prices.
No fancy boxes to add to
your cost. Just compare our
prices with anyone in town.
You'll see why hundreds of "
people order from The
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Pizza 'n Pepsi
Small 12" 3 Topping
Pizza & 2 cold drinks
Large 16" 3 Topping
Pizza & 4 cold drinks
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Debbie Whitmore's first child, Justin, nearly died when he was
born. The reason: biotin dependency, an inherited birth defect.
When Mrs. Whitmore became pregnant again, prenatal diagnosis
showed that her second child, Nicole, also had inherited the birth
defect of body chemistry.
Through a March of Dimes program at the University of California,
San Francisco, Mrs. Whitmore began special treatment when she
was 23 V2 weeks pregnant.
This was the FIRST TIME that a patient with biotin dependency was
diagnosed and treated before birth. As a result, Nicole was born free
of the disorder.
You can help make miracles happen.
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Wednesday, August 22 Open house at the Hiilel House. 210 W. Cameron Ave.
(behind Granville Towers') Come and meet our
members, staff, new faces and enjoy the air
conditioning and munchies!! 1-5 p.m.
Thursday, August 23 Information Day at the Pit next to the Carolina Union,
1 0-3 p.m. A great chance to find out about Hiilel, high
holiday service schedule, etc. Sponsored by tne
U.N.C. Chaplain's Association.
First Shabbat dinner and service at the Hiilel House.
Services are egalitarian and begin at 6:30 p.m..
followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m. Cost for dinner: $3
non-members. $2 members. Chicken or veggie
alternative. Reservations please by Friday noon call
Sunday, August 26 Hiilel Barbeque A GREAT TIME!! It'll take place at
12 noon on the front lawn of the Hiilel House
hamburgers, hot dogs, watermelon the works!!
Always a big turn-out a great chance to meet people
before the rat race begins. Cost: $3 non-members. $2
members. No reservations needed.
Any questions?? Call Rina at 942-4057.
Friday, August 24