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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 29, 1983, Page 6, Image 6

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6The Daily Tar HeelThursday, September 29, 1983 - Week's TODAY ( Chimes at Midnight, Orson Welles' jLjr combination of five Shakespearean plays into a new tale centering on the exploits of Sir John Falstaff, the Bard's great comic creation, will be shown at 7 and 9:30 p.m. in the Union Auditorium. Annie, the Broadway musical about an or phaned waif whcTrises from the comics page to the financial section under the guidance of Daddy Warbucks, will be performed by the Raleigh Little Theatre through Saturday and also Wednesday at 8 p.m., and Sunday at 3 p.m. Call 821-4579 for more information. Mike Cross, a joking fiddler and guitar player from . North Carolina, will open the first Appalachian Folk Festival at 8 p.m. in Stewart Theater on the N.C. State campus. Call 737-3900 for more information. W'atercolors and acrylics by members of the Wake Artists Guild will be exhibited through Friday in the Morehead Building. Photographs by Shaunia Reynolds will be displayed at the gallery of the Art School through Oct. 21. The Annual Membership Show at Center Gallery in Carrboro will be displayed through Sunday. Contemporary paintings from the Weather spoon Art Gallery will be shown through Oct. 23, and Maud Gatewood: Figure Paintings will be exhibited through Sunday at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh. Works by Marvin Saltzman, a UNC pro fessor of art, are on exhibit on campus. Campus Caleniuh Public service announcements must be turned into the box outside the DTH offices in the Carolina Union by 1 p.m. if they are to be run we next day. Only announcements from University recognized and campus organizations will be printed. All announcements must be limited to 25 words and tan only run for two days. In the event that the Calendar does not run because of space limitations, groups should turn in announcements at least two days in advance to ensure they run at least once. TODAY'S AcnvrriES Learn about Sea. Alan Cranston and his campaign for Presi dent. There will be a discussion of the California Democrat's career and his stand on the issues at the first meeting of the Alan Cranston for President Student Committee at 4 p.m. in the Union. WEAMMG SEAT KELTS CAM SAVE TOOT LIIIFE WEAEMG SEAT BELTS CAW UN TOU IPMZES Traffic accidents are the leading cause of death for people under 34 years of age. Yes, the leading cause, ahead of every other cause. Buckling up when you ride is the single most effective thing you can do to increase your chances of escaping serious injury or death in a crash. To help you get into the regular habit of wearing betts, we are going to give thousands of prizes to belt wearers. HEME'S MOW YOU CM$ WJW If you are wearing your seat belt when you are stopped by researchers from, the University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center you win a prize. For example, at a parking lot exit, we will randomly select exiting traffic. All who are belted in the selected car will receive: 1. A coupon redeemable for cash or a gift at a named merchant's location AND 2. A chance for a monthly drawing for $500 and a grand prize drawing for $1000. The van is currently circulating on Chapel HillCarrboro streets and UNC campus. qhcEiI those Seat Eeltto Pay OfflrS The contest will last through October 1983 and is co-sponsored by: The University of North Carolina Highway Safety Research Center The North Carolina Governor's Highway Safety Program The General Motors Corporation The Village Companies Fare "Landscapes and Mapscapes: Mostly Moun tains" will be displayed in the downstairs gallery of the Carolina Union through Oct. 15, and "Series: Taride du Paris" will be dis played in the Studio Art Classroom Building through Saturday. Paintings by Yvonne Muller will be ex hibited at the Duke Museum of Art on the Duke campus through Nov. 6. A retrospective of the work of James A. McLean will be exhibited in the Student Cen ter galleries on the N.C. State campus through Oct. 16. Einstein's Universe, a look at the man, his times and his discoveries, will be shown through Nov. 14 at the Morehead Planeta rium. Call 962-0045 for more information. The DaSglish, Larsen and Sutherland band will perform through Friday at 8:30 p.m. at the Art School. Call 929-28 for more infor mation. Jazz vocalists Carol Sloane and Carol Fredette will appear tonight in "Carol Times Two" tonight at 8 and Friday and Saturday at 8 and 10 p.m. at the King's Club in Hotel Europa. Call 968900 or 493-1414 for more information. Works by the late Nancy Hanks, former chairperson of the National Endowment for the Arts, will be exhibited through Dec. 4 at the Duke Museum of Art in Durham. FRIDAY 30 Come Back to the 5 & Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, Robert Altman's Baptist Student Union worship will begin at 5:45 p.m. at the BSU, 203 Battle Lane. The Undergraduate History Association will present "What to do with a History Major", a videotape, at 4 p.m. in S69 Hamilton. All are cordially invited to attend. Internship Opportunities with Northwestern Mutual-an in formation session to be held at 7 p.m. in 210 Hanes Hall. Sponsored by Career Planning and Placement Services. LI) Li Li U LPJa j KSJifu3 HU) yvo The moretimes you are belted the more times you can win. tip TTsiir IHIssIs story of three women members of Dean's fan club who are reunited 20 years after his death to reminisce, will be shown at 7 and 9:30 p.m. in the Union Auditorium. Admission $1. Awake and Sing, Clifford Odets' play about a Jewish family struggling to survive the Depression in the Bronx, will be performed through Saturday and Tuesday and Wednes day at 8 p.m. in Thompson Theatre on the N.C. State campus. Call 737-2405 for more information. Sky Rambles, a narrated tour of the current night sky, is offered at 7 p.m., before the regular program at the Morehead Planetarium. Separate admission charge for each show. The Duke University Folk Festival will be held from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. at the Bryan Center on the Duke campus. Call 683-291 1 for more information. SATURDAY IDr. Doolittle, starring Rex Harrison as the man who talks and sings with the animals, will be shown at 1 1 a.m. in the Union Auditorium. Admission 50 cents. Ticket to Heaven, the true story of a young man's seduction into a California religious cult, will be shown at 7 and 9:30 p.m. in the Union Auditorium. South of the Mountain, a play about a family's adjustments to modern industrial liv ing, will be performed by the Roadside Theatre, ending the Appalachian Folk Festival in Stewart Theatre on the N.C. State campus. Call 737-3900 for more information. The second annual Parents' Weekend IVCF South Chapter will meet at 7 p.m. in Teague Dorm's Social Room. Rick Downs from Wake Forest IV will speak from Luke 5. Everyone is invited! AIESEC Officer's Meeting 4 p.m. All officers, please at tend. Check the Union Calendar. IV CF Off-Campus: Join us at 7 p.m. Bill Beckman win speak: "Building an Attractive Christian Lifestyle". Bible Church Basement. All are welcome. ' SHE Magazine is offering positions for editing, writing and ad sales. Come to the meeting at 4 p.m. in the Union. Call Alicia Swarirtgen, 968-0652 for details. CGA Lambda newsletter collating party at 6 p.m. in 20S Carolina Union. Come party and staple. Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet at 8:30 p.m. in the Union. We are going to have a blast! Come with a smile on your face, a joy in your heart and a friend by your side. Sports Club Council meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in Greenlaw Room 319. Please bring a list of all scheduled com petitions, events, outing, etc. Enmdl imqEsg Showcase Concert, featuring the Duke Uni versity Symphony, the' Duke University Chorale and the Modern Black Mass Choir, will be presented at 8:45 p.m. in Duke Chapel. Call 684-5450 for more information. Ruckus Rodeo, a walk-through sculpture exhibition by artist Red Grooms, will be dis played through Dec. 31 at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh. SUNDAY 2 The Tree of Wooden Clogs, an Italian film depicting the simple lives of four sharecropping families in Lombardy at the turn of the century, will be shown at 7 p.m. in the Union Auditorium. The Duke Wind Symphony will present its "Garden Concert" at 3:30 p.m. in the Sarah P. Duke Gardens on the Duke campus. Call 684-5450 for more information. A Jazz Sampler Original Music by Rich Ruhlen will be performed by a 10-piece jazz orchestra at 7 p.m. as part of the Sunday Jazz Series at the Art School. Call 929-2896 for more information. Duke University's Festival of Abstract Ex pressionism will present films on artists of the 50s at 8 p.m. in the Bryan Center on the Duke campus. Call 684-6654 for more infor mation. MONDAY 3 Sherman E. Lee, adjunct professor of "art at UNC and former director of the Cleveland Museum of Art, will give a lecture The organizational meeting of the 1984 Walk for Humanity committee will be at 4:30 p.m. in the Campus Y lounge. All uv terested are welcome. ' . Senior Class Committee meeting at 6:30 in the Union. The Pre-Law Club will meet at 3:30 in the Union. We will have a guest speaker from the National Fraternity of Law Students. . The Carolina Union Special Interest Class Committee will meet at 4 p.m, in the Union. See Laura if there are conflicts. . The Portuguese Conversation Group "O Clube Do Bate Papo" will meet at 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Molly Maguire's. All are welcome. The International Health Forum will present Dr. Andrzes Freczkowski speaking on "Health Care in Poland," at 1 p.m. in 103 Berry hill Hall (School of Medicine). COMING EVENTS Women's Basketbal dub meeting will be held Friday at 3 ' p.m. in the Union. All interested are welcome. For more infor mation call Barbara at 933-6507, or Joanne at 968-8111. I I 1 FS on connoisseurship and collecting at 8 p.m. in 121 Studio Art Classroom Building. Call 966-5736 for more information. TUESDAY 4 Two silent films will be featured in the Union Auditorium. Modern Times, star ring Charlie Chaplin as an assembly line worker trying to survive the dehunianizing ef fects of technology, will be shown at 7 p.m., and The General, a classic Buster Keaton adventure set during the Civil War, will be shown at 9 p.m. WEDNESDAY 5 The European Women Directors Festi val in the Union Auditorium begins at 7 p.m. with Women, Marta Meszaros' com plex portrait of woman-woman relationships as a young rebel forms a friendship with an -older woman who is disillusioned with her well-ordered marriage. MOVIES Plaza I Porky's at '3:20 and 7:20 and Porky's II The Next Day at 5:20 and 9:20 ends today. The Big Chill starts Friday at 3, 5:05, 7:10 and 9:15. Plaza II Trading Places at 2:45, 5, 7:15 and 9:30. IVCF Granville Chapter meeting will be held Friday at 7 p.m. in Granville South Lower Lobby. Cleve McOary will speak on "Jesus ... A Way of Life." Everyone is welcome. Northeast IVCF welcomes you to come bowling with us Fri day from 8 to 10 p.m. in the Union downstairs. We will meet at 7:45. Have fun and fellowship. Come speak French at the Petit Quebec, Friday at 4:30 at Molly Maguire's. Phi Beta Sigma will have an after jam on Friday at 2 p.m. in Upendo Lounge. Come out and party. Kappa Alpha Tbeta invites you to an All-You -Can-Eat Pan cake Brunch on Sunday, from 9:30 to 2 p.m. at 227 E. Rosemary. Proceeds for Derby Week, go to N.C. Leukemia Society. Tickets are $3. United Christian Fellowship is sponsoring a 10-mile walk-a-thon Saturday to raise money for a missionary fund to help the needy. Contact Robbie Harrell at 933-3693 or Izy Lewis at 933-4084 to make pledge!!. Learn to skydive. Tonight's Parachute Cub meeting has been canceled; instead meet in the Morehead Planetarium parking lot at 8:15 Saturday for transportation to the drop zone. Maranatlia Christian Fellowship invites you to come fellow ship with us as we fellowship with Jesus. We meet in 104 , Howell at 7 p.m. every Saturday night. Jewish Study Group will meet with Dr. Schlesinger this Saturday at 11 a.m. to discuss Jewish Ethics, history, and stories. Held at Hillel House on Cameron Ave. near Carolina Inn. Interested students and faculty are welcome. ' The Black Greek Council is sponsoring a Convocation for Greek Awareness, on Saturday from 8 to 9:30 p.m. at Great HaO in the Union. An All-Greek Dance will follow. Donations ' are $1. The public is welcome. The Omega Iota Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., will have their 1983 Fall Rush on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the Green Room of Ehringhaus Dorm. Please attend to learn more about Zeta. CoBege Bowl, The V arsity Sport Of The Mind, has returned to Carolina for the 1983-1984 season. Team registration is being held through noon today. Forms available at Union desk. Lunch Time BUFFET $3.49 all you can eat 11am-2pm Bring In I FREE CAROLINA CUP 32 oz. Favorite Soft Drink With Purchase of Buffet : b Eat i llQsLcvrwvij V 7 WOMEN'S DRAFTS FREE On Friday Nights SAT: 50Ij Draft & Inexpensive Pitchers DAILY HAPPY HOURS 4-7, Sun. 4-closing Open Noon-2 am Downtown next to the Bus Station on W. Franklin Come celebrate our GRAND OPENING! CHAPEL HILL RENT-A-CAR NINTH BROOKS & BROOKS & TOBIN , MOTORS, INC. ' 'Thf liM Car neater : That Deal Biji" "k ' CONSIGNMENT I t IKAUf HI I Nil I III NO FEES! J ' HMNYlNtOKY i".ar .. Trutk FOREIGN & DOMISTK. 942-5164 HU W f RANKUN STRftT frrWiT&fc ,, , r , Plaza III National Lampoon's Vacation at 3:10, 5:10, 7:10 and 9:10 ends today. 48 HRS. at 2:55 and 7:20 and An Officer and a Gentleman at 4:55 and 9:20 start Friday. Varsity I LaNuitde Varennesat3:30, 7 and 9:20 ends today. Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence starts Friday at 3, 5:05, 7:10 and 9:15. Varsity II Napoleon at 3 and 7:15. Varsity Lateshows Eating Raoul and The Road Warrior at 11:45 Friday and Saturday. Carolina Blue WarGames at 7:20 and 9:30 ends today. Beyond the Limit starts Fri day at 3, 5, 7 and 9. Carolina White Flashdance at 7: 15 and 9:15. Carolina Classic Little Women at 2:45 , and 5:05 ends today. Cat on a Hot Tin Roof starts Friday at 2:45 and 5:05. Carolina Lateshows Quadrophenia at 11:30 and Caddyshack at 11:45 Friday and Saturday. Ram I Mr. Mom at 7 and 9; weekend matinees at 3 and 5. Ram II Tootsie at 7 and 9:10 ends to day. Let's Do It starts Friday at 7:15 and 9:15; weekend matinees at 3:15 and 5:15. Ram III Risky Business at 7:10 and 9:10; weekend matinees at 3 and 5. Ram Lateshows Monty Python's Meaning of Life and Pink Floyd The Wall at 1 1 Friday and Saturday. Cai.;l;rta (Durham) The Return of Mar tin Guerre at 7 and 9; Sunday matinees at 1 , 3 and 5. Compiled by David Schmidt, assistant arts editor. ITEMS OF INTEREST Be well at the New WeD. For information on wellness, call 942-WELL and talk to a peer health educator. Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Boxing Club: The newly formed UNC Boxing Club is look ing for boxers. If you have boxed before or would like to start, contact Brett Brinkley (933-6013) or Durk Tyndall (7 2499) for more information. - Eating to live, rather than living to eat, is the focus of NEW WEIGHS, a positive lifestyle behavior group. Enrollment is limited to UNC students more than 25 lbs. overweight. Screen ing interview required. Call 966-2281, ext. 275 for appoint ment. Group meets Thursdays at 2 p.m. from Oct. 6 to Dec. 8. NTE (National Teacher's Exam) Oct. 29 CORE Exam only. Late registration accepted for $12 extra if received by Monday, Oct. 3. Applications available in Nash Hall. UNC vs NC STATE Tickets are on sale at the UNC ticket office for $12. Each student may purchase one ticket for the game. STAND is having Awareness Day today in the Pit. A table will be set up. Come read up on everyone's favorite topic nuclear death. A group for bulimics, people who overeat, then vomit or use laxatives, is beginning in early October. For more info and sign-up, call Student Mental Health 966-2281, Ext. 254. Felling Stressed? A stress management group is beginning mid-October to help you handle stress more effectively. For more info and sign-up, call Student Mental Health 966-2281, Ext. 254. Interested in Germany? Interdisciplinary seminar: "From the Turbulent Sixties to the Tranquil Seventies." Dey HaO on November 11-13. Politics, economics, literature, the arts. Lec tures and discussions in English. Applications: Dey 438. Fee: $7.50. Registration deadline: Oct. 3, for more info call 966-1641. Ptaymakers Repertory Company needs us hen for it's pro duction of "As You Like It," running Oct. 5-9 and 11-16. Come by Graham Memorial and sign up outside the PRC of fice. See the show for free. 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