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4The Daily Tar HeelFriday, September 30, 1983
Oct. 7 last day for dropping and passfail
Festifall Street Fair offers new attractions
By DICK ANDERSON
Mark your calendars.
For next Friday, the final day to drop a course or declare
the passfail option. After October 7, any student wishing to
drop a course will have to go before an appeals board of the
Between 600 and 700 drops will probably be recorded Friday,
said Ben E. Perry, associate director of records and registration.
"We'll have a run that Thursday and Friday, especially Fri
day," Perry said. "Most (students) are getting rid of the
overload. Students generally take three more hours than they
Through September 10, 10,589 students had participated in
dropadd, Perry said. Those students completed 20,662 adds
and 16,883 drops for a total of 37,545 transitions.
For all of spring 1983, 12,604 students made 27,356 adds and
22,992 drops, totalling 50,348 transitions, Perry said.
Ten part-time employees are kept busy with the flow of stu
dent dropadd traffic in the basement of Hanes Hall. "We have
a continuous flow of people all the time," he said.
After the six-week deadline for dropping a course has passed.
a student must submit a form of appeal to Donald C. Jicha,
associate dean of the General College.
An appeals board of three General College advisers and a
non-voting assistant dean will hear between thirty and forty re
quests during a busy week, Jischa said. The board's composi
tion changes each week, meaning that every General College ad
viser will serve at least once each semester, he said.
In considering a student's appeal, something beyond the "I'm
failing bail me out" situation must be evident, Jicha said. In
stances will often involve a student's illness or having to find
"We want to give these students every consideration we can
give them," he said. . ,
There's no fixed percentage of grants or denials of students'
appeals, Jicha said. "All of them are considered one at a time.
The system works quite well."
Dropping a course is "a rather severe thing to do," Jicha
said. A lot of students react quickly upon encountering difficul
ty in a course and want out, he said, but through efther summer
school or correspondence courses, "you pay for it in the end."
"There are times when it's probably advisable to drop a
course," but some students push the panic button too early, he
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Democrats voting for the extension were
Sens. Edward Zorinsky of Nebraska and
George Mitchell of Maine.
Sens. Lowell Weicker, R-Conn., Mark O.
Hatfield, R-Ore., and William Roth, R-Del.,
joined 43 Democrats in opposing it.
The six-month amendment was defeated
62-38, with Sen. Charles McC. Mathias, R-Mdv
joining 37 Democrats in supporting the pro
posed reduction of the time limit.
Sen. Claiborne Pell, D-R.I., senior
Democrat on the Foreign Relations Commit
tee, led the fight for the shorter timetable,
likening the longer authorization to "an
18-month Gulf of Tonkin resolution."
The Tonkin resolution, passed by Congress
in 1964, was used by successive administra
tions to justify U.S. involvement in the war in
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agency. Enforcement will begin immediately,
she said. -
Several Chapel Hill bars will refuse to admit
18-year-olds tonight in order to protect
themselves at midnight, HiD said. He did not
name the establishments.
The University will require that all students be
carded and stamped before entering any
dorrnitory-sponsored party, RHA President
Mark Dalton told the group. Other regulations
are under proposal which will protect University
officials from future liability cases.
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The Mission Valley Inn
North Carolina's Largest Exposition of
Meet the ANDROBOTS and attend as many of the
50 seminars as you can fit into your schedule
SHOW HOURS 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Call 782-0824 for information and
save 40 on advance tickets.
The 12th Annual Festifall Street Fair Sun
day will offer new attractions and events this
year, including musk, crafts, demonstrations
New events include the WCHL-Fowler's
Chili Cook-Off. The cook-off will benefit the
Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chapter of the United
Way and will be held on Henderson Street.
Police will close off East Franklin Street
between Columbia Street and Graham
Memorial Hall at 11: IS a.m. Sunday. Town
officials are encouraging fairgoers to park in
municipal lots and not to block driveways or
About 150 booths will be set up, and 40
non-profit community organizations will be
giving our information, selling balloons and
T-shirts. Official Festifall T-shirts will be on
sale in front of the Carolina Coffee Shop.
The fair begins at 1 p.m. and will officially
end at 5:30 p.m.
STAGE ENTERTAINMENT (On Franklin Street, next to Happy Store)
1:00 Apple Chill Cloggers
2:00 Carol Mastroberti, Folk Singer and Guitarist
2:20 Hargrave Modern Dance Group
2:40 The Resistors
3:30 The Pratie Heads ,
ENTERTAINMENT (Intersection of Franklin and Henderson Street)
1:00 Danceaerobics Demonstration
1:30 Sharpe's Workout Innovations Demonstration -
2:00 Steve Fogleman Street Magician "A MAGICOMEDY KINDA THING"
2:30 Chapel Hill Ballet Company
3:00 Chapel Hill Village Band
3:40 Steve Fogleman Street Magician
4:10 Jazzercise Demonstration
4:40 Gail Johnson, Pop Singer and Guitarist .
5:10 Steve Fogleman Street Magician
KEN KAYE, Performing Juggler Middle of Street by Wachovia Bank
TOWN OF CHAPEL HILL 1914 T-MODEL FIRE TRUCK Middle of Street by Hector's
FACE PAINTING Sidewalk by N.C.N.B. Plaza, Sidewalk by Burger King, Sidewalk by
INFORMATION, FIRST AID AND LOST AND FOUND Front of the Court Building
11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Women's Basketbal Club meeting will be held at 3 p.m. in
the Union. All interested are welcome. For more information
call Barbara at 933-6507, or Joanne at 968-81 1 1.
IV CF Granville Chapter meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in
Granville South Lower Lobby. Cleve McClary will speak on
"Jesus ... A Way of Life." Everyone is welcome.
Northeast IV CF welcomes you to come bowling with us
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, at 4:30 at Molly
Phi Beta Sigma will have an after jam at 2 p.m. in Upendo
Lounge: Come out and party.
The African Students Organizations will hold a reception
and organizational business meeting today at 6:30 p.m. in
Room 211-212 of the Union.
Today at noon is the deadline to sign up your team for College
Bowi, The Varsity Sport nf the Mind. Forms are still available at
the Union Desk.
Kappa Alpha Theta 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 pledges.
Learn to skydive. Tonight's Parachute Club meeting has
been canceled; instead meet in the Morehead Planetarium
parking lot at 8: IS Saturday for transportation to the drop
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.
Maranatha 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.
The Black Greek Council is sponsoring a Convocation for
Greek Awareness, on Saturday from 8 to 9:30 p.m. at Great
Hall 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 leam more
The Sexuality Education & Counseling Service will hold its
first training meeting on October 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Union.
All volunteers are asked to attend.
The Policy Analysis Group will present School of Education
Professor David D. Dill speaking on "National Educational
Achievement Indicators: Can the United States Measure the
Effectiveness of its Schools?" on Monday in 207 Hamilton
Hall from 12 to 2 p.m.
The Anglican Student Fellowship invites everyone to attend
its weekly Saturday morning breakfast from 9 to 1 1 a.m. at
The Chapel of The Cross (beside Morehead Planetarium).
Pat Metheney, Al Jarreau, Maynard Ferguson, Freddie
Hubbard and many more great jazz artists will be in North
Carolina this October want to find out more? Need a ride?
The UNC Audience for Jazz will meet on Monday at 7 p.m. in
Hear Professor William W. Kaufman of MITs Department
of Political Science and adviser to trve Defense Secretaries
discuss "What's Wrong with the Defense Budget," on Monday
at 4 p.m. in S69 Hamilton Hall. Sponsored by Department of
Peace, War and Defense.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
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.
UNC vs NC STATE Tickets are on sale at the UNC ticket
office for $12. Each student may purchase one ticket for the
NTE (National Teacher's Exam) Oct. 29 CORE Exam only.
Late registration accepted for S12 extra if received by Monday,
Oct. 3. Applications available in Nash Hall.
Boxing dub: 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 (967-2499)
for mnre informs''"'"
Interested in Germany? Interdisciplinary seminar: "From
the Turbulent Sixties to the Tranquil Seventies." Dey Hall on
November 1 1-13. 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
Pbymakera Repertory Company needs ushers for its 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.
Referees and officials are wanted by the IM. Extra SSS, new
friends (enemies?) and you can set your own hours. Ail fall
sports are still available. Applications can be found in the IM
REC Office, 203 Woollen Gym.
Especially for pre-dental, pre-medical, pre-health students
interviewing skills workshops in preparation for admissions
interviews. The first workshop is Thursday, and prior registra
tion is necessary. Further information and sign-up schedule is
at Steele 201 D. Sponsored by the Pre-Dental, Pre-Medicine,
Pre-Health, Career Advising Office.
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