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2The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, October
From staff reports
l ilty-livc business executives from
across the nation will meet with UNC
undergraduates today and Wednesday
as part of the annual Undergraduate
"Unlike most other career days, the
business symposium is designed to be
an educational activity rather than a
recruiting event," said Peter Topping,
director of the undergraduate program.
"Therefore, we attract top-level execu
tives to represent their industries.
Center to sponsor
The Orange County Women's Center
will co-sponsor a Career Planning and
Job Search Workshop with the Chapel
HillCarrboro Community Schools on
the first three Mondays in November
from 7-9 p.m. at Phillips Junior High
School on Estes Drive.
For more information and to prer
egister, call the Women's Center, 406
W. Rosemary St., at 968-4646 or 968
4647. per month
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"Students learn about business from
professors in the classroom every day,
but the perspective that business
practitioners can add is invaluable, as
is the hands-on experience that students
gain by organizing the symposium.
"We feel it is crucial to provide our
students with a sense of what the
working world is really like,. 'lopping
M. Anthony Burns, chief executive
officer of Ryder System, Miami (Fla.),
will give the symposium's opening
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appear daily. Beginning Nov. 4,
announcements will only be printed on
the day of the event except on
Thursday, when ail weekend events will
appear. Announcements to be run must
be placed in the box outside the Daily
Tar Heel office, Boom 1 04 of the Student
Union, by noon one day before the event
weekend announcements by noon
Wednesday. Only announcements from
University-recognized and campus
organizations will be printed.
Noon Student Government hostine a
Chapel Hill Mayoral Candi
date's Forum in the Pit.
University Career Planning and
Placement Services hosting a
Minority Career Fair in the
Great Hall of the Union.
3:30 p.m. Student Development and
Counseling Center offering
Tuesday, Oct. 29
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Roche Biomedical Laboratories
Wachovia Bank & Trust
General Electric-Lamps Division
by: University Career Planning and
address at 8:15 a.m. Wednesday in the
Carroll Hall auditorium. Burns has
been named Marketer of the Year by
the Academy of Marketing Science,
Business Leader of the Year by the
Miami News and Chief Executive
Officer of the Year by Financial World
UNC graduate Ford Worthy, asso
ciate editor of Fortune magazine, will
give a luncheon address in the Carolina
At 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, two seminars
counseling sessions for sopho
mores undecided about a major.
Sign up for appointment in 209
Steele until 5:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m. Studies Program in the Russian
and East European Area host
ing Professor Tsuyoshi Haseg
awa of Hokkaido University of
Japan 4:00 p.m. in 569
5:00 p.m. Undergraduate History Associ
ation meeting in Union. Check
desk for room number.
Hunger Responsibility Com
mittee meeting in Campus Y
7:00 p.m. Carolina Union's Weekly Fea
tures Committee hosting a
presentation demonstration in
for the record
Although Florida State quarterback
Chip Ferguson attended Charlotte
Independence, he did not graduate from
the school, as stated in Monday's "Tar
THE FUTURE IS IN
MASTER OF INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
Recruiter on Campus Oct. 29
AMERICAN GRADUATE SCHOOL
OF INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
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on business issues will start the sym
posium. Edward Schwartz, vice pres
ident of Digital Equipment Corp. in
Maynard, Mass., will speak on inter
national corporations in G-9 New
Carroll Hall. John Georgius, president
of Charlotte's First Union National
Bank, will speak on bank mergers in
Room 2 of Old Carroll Hall.
There will be panel discussions on
accounting, consulting, entrepreneur
ship, banking, external relations,
finance, marketing and operations.
massage, in 210 Union.
Carolina Union's Weekly Fea
tures Committee hosting
"Rather Be Running," in 206
University Career Planning and
Placement Services hosting a
presntation by Wachovia in the
Club Room of the Carolina Inn,
and a presentation by Boehrin
ger Ingelheim in 210 Hanes.
8:00 p.m. Campus Care AA meeting in
the SGMR of the Union.
UNC Young Democrats host
ing speaker Katherine Fulton,
Editor of the "North Carolina
Independent," in the Union.
9:00 p.m. UNC Surf Club meeting in the
Heel upset bid slips away, 20-10." He
transferred to a school in Spartanburg,
S.C. The Daily Tar Heel regrets the
State Farm Ins.
U.S. Secret Service
Central Carolina Bank
Procter & Gamble
R. T. I.
First Nat. Bank
Library of Congress
AbT & Assoc.
Defense Mapping Agency
Black & Decker
Peace Corps. V
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N.C. Dept. of
Waiter and sort plead guiBfty
From wire reports
BALTIMORE John Walker
and his son Michael pleaded guilty
Monday to charges that they took
American military secrets and gave
them to the Soviet Union.
1 The Walkers pleaded guilty as part
of an agreement with the government
to prevent the courtmartial of
Michael, 22, a sailor last stationed
on the aircraft carrier Nimitz.
John Walker, 48, the chief planner
of the spy conspiracy, will receive
two life terms plus 10 years. Michael
Walker will get 25 years plus four
Before the agreement, Walker
might have recieved two life terms
plus 30 years and a $1 million fine.
Indian guru arrested
CHARLOTTE Indian com
mune leader Bhagwan Shree Raj
neesh and several of his followers
were arrested Monday at Charlotte
Douglass International Airport as
they tried to escape to Bermuda.
U.S. Customs officials waited for
the two planes transporting Raj
neesh and his group to land. Raj
neesh was apprehended at about 2
He was taken from the second
plane in handcuffs after officials had
monitored his flight from his Raj
neeshpuram commune in Oregon.
Rajneesh was taken to the U.S.
Courthouse where he was put in a
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others were arrested, officials said.
Hurricane wrecks oil rigs
NEW IBERIA, La. The Coast
Guard said about 100 people were
left on rafts or on their damaged
platforms as Hurricane Juan des
troyed three offshore oil rigs as it
crossed the Gulf of Mexico Monday.
The hurricane hit the central
Louisiana coast Monday, bringing
high winds, tornadoes and torrential
A Coast Guard helicopter looked
for an oil rig that left sight before
dawn as the stranded people waited
to be rescued.
A total of 41 had been taken to
safety from several rigs by 8 a.m.
Monday morning, officials said.
Patient receives human heart
Doctors Monday transplanted a
human heart into Thomas Gaidosh,
47, who had been living with a
Jarvik-7 artificial heart for five days.
Gaidosh underwent a 3'i-hour
operation beginning at 2:25 a.m. at
Pittsburgh's Presbyterian University
Hospital, where he was in critical
condition afterward, a hospital
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