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4 The Daily Tar Heel Monday! April 7,
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By PHYLLIS A. FAIR
The Student Athletic Development Center, under
construction to aid UNC's athletes in their studies as well
as their bodies, should be completed on schedule September
I. according to Paul Hoolahan, associate athletic director. .
The center is an addition to Kenan Field House near the
football stadium. .
Overcrowding in the field house, and the need for adequate
space Tor players and visiting teams Were two of the reasons
for the addition, Hoolahan said. 11
Besides inadequate space, Hoolahan said the academic
development program needed to be centralized. Ideally, there
should be a place to house tutorial centers and weight-training
areas, so the players wouldn't have to go to places like Dey
Hall for study hall, he said.
"(The development center) is going to give them a chance
to utilize some of the equipment," he said.
The center's upper level will have academic materials to
aid football players as well as members of the entire athletic
program in their studies.
In the past, athletes had to go to the various halls for
language labs and tutoring. The upper level will house those
Computer-aided labs, language labs, private tutoring
moms, carrels and the offices of the Academic Support Staff
Lenoir Hall grounds to foe
By TERESA KRIEGSMAN
The barren land on Lenior Cafeteria's
north side will soon be prime space for
a picnic lunch.
Landscaping around Lenoir Hall is
scheduled to begin in mid-April, accord
ing to Physical Plant Director Claude
E. "Gene" Swecker.
Swecker said an oblong grass area
would be planted on Lenoir Hall's north
side, and two benches would provide
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8:00 a.m. Linguistics Circle begins its .
1986 Spring Linguistics Collo
quium, in the Toy Lounge of
Dey Hall, until 4:45 p.m. Main
speaker Jane Grimshaw, will
lecture on "Nouns, Arguments
and Adjuncts," at 4:15.
2:00 p.m. University Career Planning
And Placement Services host
ing an "Orientation Work
shop," 306 Hanes.
3:00 p.m. Women's Forum of Campus Y
hosting a discussion of "Marital
Rape," Y Lounge. Kathy Shaw,
W. CAMERON AVE.
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want to be near. We're adjacent to campus and
downtown. At University Square there is a
convenience store and a restaurant that stays
open late. Nothing is out of your way
at Granville Towers.
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would also be in this level.
The lower level will house equipment for the athletes'
physical development, including weight-training devices.
In Kenan Field House, the visitors locker room will be
enlarged, and dark room facilities and a laundry room will
be added, Hoolahan said.
The center's funding has come from athletic reserve money
- money that has accumlated over pasjt years, he said.
Other students may be able to use the center's upper level
along with the athletes, Hoolahan said, but University
officials will have to give the okay first.
Hoolahan said he believed Georgia Tech was the only
other Atlantic Coast Conference school that had a similar
i think Georgia Tech combines theirs into just one
building that holds the offices as well," Hoolahan said.
UNC's facility is two separate buildings the field house
and the center, he said.
This new addition will also help in recruitment, by showing
the prospective players what the program has to offer,
"We're very proud of what we have accomplished with
this building," he said. ,
During the first and second weeks in September, there
will be an open house for . the students and the public,
students with a sitting area, he said.
Students will also be able to sit on
brick planter walls that will surround
Lenoir Hall on the north and east sides,
Swecker said. Perriwinkle and cherry
trees will be planted in late fall in the
walls, he said.
The. concrete sidewalk between
Lenoir and the Walter Royal Davis
Graduate library will be replaced with
a brick patio stretching between the two
buildings, Swecker said.
He said the trash dumpsters on
member of the Governor's Sex
ual Assault Task Force, will
5:00 p.m. IFC and Panhellinic Council
holding Advisor Picnic, back
yard of Chi Psi Lodge.
7:00 p.m. University Career Planning and
Placement Services holding
informational meeting, on
"Operation Raleigh," 210
University Career Planning and
Placement Services hosting a
presentation by Wal-Mart
Stores, 209 Hanes.
7:30 p.m. Carolina Gay and Lesbian Asso
ciation hosting storyteller Rox
annes Seagraves, performing
stories about lesbians and gay
men, 208 Union.
Dialectic and Philanthropic
Societies hosting "Century
Debate: Resolved that the Prin
ciple of Self Interest Will
. Always Form the Fundamental
Basis of Civilized Society," Di
Phi Hall, Top floor of New
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Lenoir's north side would be moved
across the street to the northwest corner
of Davis Library. The dumpsters will
be enclosed by a screen, he said.
The grass area between Davis Library
and the Student Union will also be
covered with brick, Swecker said.
He said the landscaping materials
would cost about $25,000, but he
estimated the total cost of the project,
to be completed next fall, at about
8:00 p.m. Carolina Symposium hosting
speaker Dr. Walter McDougall,
author of "The Heavens and the
Earth: A Political History of the
Space Age," Hanes Art Center.
Items of Interest
Preregistratiori for Student Parking
Permits for 1986-87 will be held at the
Traffic Office in the basement of the
Campus Y building, April I through May
9, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 pm. Students
living within 1 xk miles from the Bell Tower
will not be eligible. No applications
accepted by mail.
1986 Yackety Yack holding a sales drive
through Friday, April II, 106 Union or
stop by the table in the Pit.
1986-87 Glee Club auditions: April I-
10. See class schedule for rehearsal times.
Call Director Michael Tamte-Horan at
962-5695 or 962-1039 for more
VITA offers free Income Tax help, 213
Union, on Monday or Wednesday, 11:00
a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
veuMs plainieedl for Mforairy week
By MICHELLE EFIHD
April 7- marks the beginning of
National Library Week, and the
Chapel Hill Public Library is spon
soring several programs for area
Mary Morrow, a local bookbinder,
will present a demonstration and
discussion on book-binding today at
noon, said Mark Bayles, a public
service librarian for the Chapel Hill
This presentation will take place in
the meeting room of the library and
interested persons are urged to bring
a brown bag lunch.
On Tuesday the film "A Raisin in
the Sun" will be shown from 2:00 p.m.
World toe&Mn to foe tlieme off eveimit
By JEAN LUTES
The International Health Forum, a
group of public health and medical
students, has declared April 7-11
"World Health Week" to raise aware
ness of issues in international health,
said Tom O'Connor, a member of the
World Health Week coordinating
He said forum members wanted to
promote a broader understanding of the
conditions that led to disasters in
underdeveloped nations, especially for
students outside the medical and public
The two speakers and three films
planned for this week are free and open
to the public, he said.
"With all the coverage of famines in
Ethiopia and other parts of Africa,
people only get a view of the disasters
that happen," O'Connor said. "We
rarely see any publicity about the
underlying health conditions that exist
in the Third World."
Lesbian and gay awareness
The Carolina Gay and Lesbian
Association has proclaimed Monday
April 7 through Friday April 1 1 as
"Lesbian and Gay Awareness
Week." The week is designed to raise
consciousness about the gay and
lesbian population at UNC.
The events planned are as follows:
Monday: Storyteller Roxanne
Seagraves will perform stories about
lesbians and gay men at 7:30 p.m.
in room 208 of the Union.
Tuesday: The Common Woman
Chorus will give a concert in Gerrard
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has high blood pressure. This
amounts to 37,330,000 people ac
cording to an American Heart
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to 5:00 p.m. in the meeting room. This
film will also be shown on Wednesday
from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
On Thursday a storytime for pre
schoolers ages three and a half to five
will be held in the children's room at
On Friday a "Meet the Author Tea"
will take place from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
in the meeting room. Dr. Louis Rubin,
a UNC University Distinguished
Professor in the Department of
English, will discuss "Algonquin
Books an.d Publishing in North
Carolina." This lecture is sponsored
by the Friends of he Chapel Hill
No events are scheduled at UNC
to celebrate National Library Week,
He said infectious diseases like
cholera that had been wiped out in
developed countries were still major
killers in underdeveloped countries.
World Health Week could educate
people about such conditions and what
was being done about them, he said.
Since Monday is internationally
recognized as World Health Day,
O'Connor said, the forum's programs
were planned as an expansion of that
Monday International health author
ity Dr. George Lipcott, the week's
keynote- speaker, will give an overview
of world health, "Health For All by the
Year 2000: An Overview," at 12:30 p.m.
Monday in the School of Public Health
Lipcott, dean of the school of
medicine of City University of New
York, was assistant attorney general
from 1977-81 and has worked on task
forces studying rural medicine in the
People's Republic of China, Pakistan,
Hall at 8 p.m. Tickets, $3 for the
public and $2 for students, are
available from the CGLA and at the
door the night of the show.
Wednesday: A bag lunch panel
discussion with members of the gay
and lesbian community, "Politics
and the Gay Lesbian Community,"
will be held at 12:30 p.m. in Room
226 of the Union.
At 7 p.m. the film." Pink Triangles"
will be shown in the Union Film
Auditorium. An informal discussion
Outdoor exploration mogram
to hold information meeting
Operation Raleigh, a four-year,
round-the-world expedition founded
for young people to take part in
scientific research projects, will have a
presentation open to all UNC students
7 p.m. Monday, April 7 in Room 210
of Hanes Hall.
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but according to Karen S. Seibert, an
associate librarian for Public Services,
there may be events scheduled for next
Seibert said Davis Library might
feature the opinions of a campus figure .
and several students concerning what
book had the most influence over their
lives and what the library means to
them. Seibert stressed that no plans
were definite at this time though.
Seibert also said a main reason no
displays were set up for National
Library Week this year was because
the available displays had been
booked a year in advance.
National Library Week is spon
sored by the American Library Association.
the Philippines and many
countries, O'Connor said.
Tuesday "That Our Children
Not Die," a film about health care
clinics in Nicaragua, will be shown at
12:30 p.m. in room 249 of the School
of Public Health.
Wednesday At 12:30 p.m. a film
about health care improvements in
Nicaragua since the 1979 revolution,
"Nicaragua Revolution Es Salud"
(Revolution Is Health), will be shown
in 106 Berryhill Hall. A report by Dr.
Bruce Goldberg, who went on a public
health fact-finding delegation to Nica
ragua in 1985, will follow.
Thursday A film about primary
health care in Ghana, "Health for AU
Sankofa: Tradition and Development,"
will be shown at 4:00 p.m. in room 249
of the School of Public Health.
Friday Economist Robert Williams
will speak at 12:30 p.m, on "Export
Agriculture and the Crisis for Central
America" in 105 Berryhill Hall.
Thursday: "Blacks and Gays:
Breaking down barriers," a bag
lunch panel discussion co-sponsored
by the CGLA and the Black Student
Movement will be held at 12:30 p.m.
in Room 210 of the Union.
At 8 p.m. a presentation on "Gay
and Lesbian Health Care: Issues and
Strategies" will be held in Room 224
of the Union.
Friday: Students can wear blue
jeans to support the gay and lesbian
community. A dance will be held,
in the Upendo Lounge at 9 p.m.
Some level of outdoor experience and
practical or scientific skill is helpful.
Those selected will participate in
different phases of the project, each
lasting three months.
The expedition will go to Australia,
New Zealand, Japan and Africa.