The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, July 03, 1986, Page 18, Image 18
18The Tar HeelThursday, July 3. 1986 THE Daily Crossword by C. F. Murray Math from page 11 ACROSS 1 Br. guns 6 Biblical prophet 10 Resorts 14 Chicago airport 15 Cotton unit 16 Spree 17 Twangy 18 Indigo dye 19 Critic Barrett 20 Whichever . 21 Pleasurable existence 24 Esteem 28 Stripling 27 Biblical weed 28 Certain students 33 Writer Leasing 35 Sift 38 Norma or Charlotte 37 Was in debt 38 Device for controlling flow 39 Grotto 40 Shelter 41 For sake! 42 Bank customer 43 Laced 45 Agile 48 Plus 47 Kitchen Hem 50 Assured of success 55 Gene factor 56 Trim 57 Blue color 53 Violinist Stem 60 Carry 61 Tractable 62 Type size 63 Rare bird 1 2 3 p Is F I 7 I I lia I11 12 13 ii 17 iT " iT " 2, 23 ' zT" 2 27' " 2l"' bf ' 31 31 132 a" 34 "" " 3?" " M 37 iT 39 3T 41 42 "" 43 ZT" 45 4 47 " " a 149 St 51 S2 S3 54 ,55 S6 ,57 ,51 ST" I I ! C C in nTTl ."Mill grade. Grabiner suggested his math abil ity might have something to do with the fact that his father is a college mathematics professor. "Like anything else, ... (math ability) is a combination of natural ability and practice," said Bill Cross, 18, of Kalamazoo, Mich. In Warsaw, the young participants from about 30 countries will be asked to solve three problems daily for two days in the competition for gold, silver and bronze medals, said Rousseau. - The International Mathematics Olympiad began in 1959 among Eastern Bloc countries and was later expanded, said Rousseau. A different country hosts the event each year. - The United States first entered the competition in 1974. The U.S. team has taken several first-place awards and finished second last year, when the competition was held in Finland, Rousseau said. Rousseau was optimistic about the team's chance of making a good showing in 1986. "Certainly, it is a good, strong team," he said. "I am fairly optimistic.' Grabiner said he thought the team's showing would depend upon BOT the questions. "We are a good team, but we are not an awesome team," said his teammate Jeremy Kahn, 16, of New York City. Other team members are 17-year-old Joseph Keane, of Pittsburgh, and John Overdeck, 16, of Columbia, Md. The U.S. team is sponsored in the competition by the Mathematics Association of America, which obtains government grants for the team's travel expenses and the cost of the training session, said Rousseau. from page 1 H986 Tribun Media Services. Inc. AH Rights Reserved See Solution on page 10 64 Sandarac tree 65 Individualist DOWN 1 Detection device 2 Macbeth's title 3 Financial independence 4 Gun sp. 5 "Pink Panther" Peter 6 Astern 7 Lion's pride 8 Mixture 9 Conceit 10 Long step 11 Swim place 12 Top-notch 13 Remain 22 Word with cube or cream 23 Grade 25 Bill notation 28 Heaped 29 Accelerates 30 Place of great advantage 31 Roof overhang 32 Wise one 33 Alms 34 Novelist Wister 35 Fill up 38 Bitter feud 39 Vehicles 41 In the (healthy) 42 Dog 44 Restaurant employee 45 Heir 47 Presidential name 48 Growing out 49 Indy entrant 50 Division word 51 Sign Nght 52 Tardy 53 Dread 54 Tibetan bigwig 59 Street sign would be unsuitable. The BOT agreed to take another tour of the fraternity houses and possibly push to condemn some of the structures that are not making efforts toward improvement. In other business Friday, the BOT approved plans and specifications for a new security services building to house the University police and the traffic, transportation and parking offices. The 11,000 square-foot building is to be located on Manning Drive below Morrison dormitory. Also, Chancellor Christopher C. Fordham III gave his annual report to the BOT informing them of some recent developments. He said that this summer the campus is far from quiet because of 1 1,000 students enrolled in the two sessions of summer school in addition to several conferences being held on different parts of " the campus. The Kenan Institute for the Study of Private Enterprise is now under construction, and the Small Business and Devel opment Technology Center has recently opened. Fordham said applications for the fall term have risen 21 percent over last year's, despite a falling number of students graduating from North Carolina high schools. French hyphenate names under law Don't Thrive in SmoEse-ffilled Ulombs From Associated Press reports PARIS What's in a name? Hyphens and confusion in France, where a new law allows citizens to multiply their monikers? Under the law, which takes effect this week, any French man or woman can add the name of his or her mother, wife, husband or in-law to the existing family name at the beginning, the end or even in the middle. Thus, Ms. Dupond, daughter of Mr. Dupond and Ms. Smith and wife of Mr. Martin, son of Mr. Martin and Ms. Dubois, can choose to go by Ms. Dupond-Smith, Martin, Martin-Dubois, Dupond-Martin or Dupond-Martin-Dubois, to name a few. Before, names could only be changed through elaborate and expensive administrative procedures. The new name can be used on all administrative documents, identity cards, drivers licenses and checks, though each is to specify which is the family name still the father's name passed from generation to generation. It was not immediately clear whether there would be a rush on name changes, but it appeared certain that the bureaucracy would have trouble digesting the prospec tive changes. Computerized, government agen cies have already warned they can deal with no more than 25 letters in a name. Council approves new plant 968- 1500 . 1 r plZZA SSSS5. Hours: 4 pm-1 am 968-1500 EXAM PARTY PRICES 30 Minute Delivery Guaranteed!! $500 OFF ANY Tvo 16" Pizzas Anytime Expires 7686 $2oo OFF ANY 16" One Or More Item Pizza Anytime Expires 7686 $-50 OFF ANY 12" One Or More Item Pizza Anytime Expires 7686 I I $300 OFF ANY 1 6" Three Item or More Pizza Anytime Expires 7686 By MATT LONG Staff Writer The Chapel Hill Town Council approved UNC's plans for a new $96 million power plant at its meeting June 23, voting unanimously td issue the University a special permit to build the plant on Cameron Avenue. The council did, however, stipulate several conditions to please Chapel Hill residents. There was no debate before the vote Monday night but townspeople had protested the plant at prior public hearings. Under the conditions, the Univer sity agreed to handle all coal in enclosed areas. The town hopes this will reduce the noise level of he plant. Also, the exterior design of the plant will be improved and since the plant will have room for the addition of a boiler in the future if needed, the town asked that their approval be necessary for future expansion. TAKE A MIDE on us. Get a Free Chapel Hill Transit Bus Pass good for the 1986 Fall and 87 Spring Semesters if you're one of the next five to lease an apartment at The Villages. This offer is good for a limited time only so come visit The Villages today! iJ 1 j 1 f e Villages B.T. Properties Smith Level Road Carrboro, NC 27510 929-1141 This offer not good with any other special .J..