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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, April 22, 1987, Page 11, Image 11

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8The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, April 22, 1987 There is evidence that diet and cancer i CirIlni3Q& Comer Affiw! Carolina Images The UNC Chapel Hill Video Yearbook Thirty minutes of the people, places, and events that make Carolina life a moving experience. Order the 1987 Carolina Images now and save $10 off the regular $39" price. FORMAT: VHS . SHIP TO. Name: BETA. Address: City: State: Zip: Add $3 per unit for postage & handling METHOD OF PAYMENT: Check enclosed. Charge full payment to: VISA Mastercard Creditor Exp. Date Signature PERSONALIZED WOMEN'S HEALTHCARE Our private practice offers confidential care including: Birth Control Free Pregnancy Tests Relief of Menstrual Cramps Abortion (to 20 weeks) Gynecology Breast Evaluation PMS Evaluation and Treatment Announcing 1987 SUMMER SESSION CALENDAR UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL SUMMER SESSION CALENDAR Registration Day 1 st Day of Classes Late Registration Holidays Last Day of Classes Final Examinations CLASS SCHEDULES available and offices of advisors 1987 Commoncomont Information The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in its 198th' Year TO ALL DEGREE CANDIDATES: ommencement Weekend is Friday, May 8 through Sunday, May 10, 1987. All graduating seniors and all graduate and professional degree candidates are urged to partici pate in the Graduation Exercises which will be held on Sunday, May 10, beginning at 70:30 AM in Kenan Stadium. The under graduate Academic Procession will form behind the north (visitors) side of Kenan Stadium (Gate 2). Degree candidates will process down through the north stands, using several aisles, cross the field and proceed into the reserved seating sections on the south side of Kenan Stadium. All Mas ters, Ph.D., and professional degree candidates should report to the designated areas near the north corner of Kenan Field House and then process across the field, following the faculty, into the reserved seating area on the south side of Kenan Stadium. If you intend to take part in the Exercises, you should arrive promptly at 10:00 A.M. (9:30 A.M. for Ph.D. candidates) with your cap and gown, report to the area indicated by the sign for the degree you will receive, and join the processional with others who will receive the same degree. Student Marshals will be on hand to assist you. Seating for your guests will be on the south (home) side of Kenan Stadium and, except for faculty and degree candidates, there will not be reserved seating. Admission passes for your Commencement, special ceremony or reception Make checks payable to: Carolina Images NC residents add 4.5 ($13S) sales tax mafl to: P.O. Box 17029 Durham, NC 27705 or call: (919) 683 5658 or drop this form off at the STV office, Suite D, Box 46, Carolina Union, UNCCH For more information call the STV office at (919) 962-4788 TRIANGLE WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER 109 Conner Dr. Suite 2202 Chapel Hill. NC 942-0011 or 942-0824 Terml Term II May 18 June 29 May 19 June 30 May 20 July 1 May 25 July 3 June 19 July 31 June 22-23 Aug. 3-4 in HANES HALL and deans. WERE FIGHTING FOR OURUFE Amorican Heart Association guests are not required (except for the School of Pharmacy special ceremony secure tickets from the Office of Student Af fairs in Beard Hall). In the event of very inclement weather, the Exercises will be held in the Smith Center. Degree candidates should use the main entrance by the flag poles and follow the directional signs. If the decision is made to move from Kenan to the Smith Center, it will be made by 9:00 A.M. on May 10 and announced on WCHL, WUNC and WXYC. The persons on duty at the Carolina Union Information Desk and at the Alumni Office also will be aware of any change in location. Interpreter services for hearing impaired and accessible parking and seating are available for families and friends of degree candidates. For permits contact Jim Kessler, Handicapped Stu dent Services, 09 Steele Building or call 966-4041. It is your responsibility to be sure that you are eligible for a diploma. If you expect to graduate, you must complete all academic requirements and complete the necessary forms in your Dean's Office. Diplomas were ordered for all degree candidates and will be distributed in 01 Hanes Hall fol lowing Commencement until 5 p.m., except for those students expecting Honors or Distinction. Because of the time required to print diplomas with special nota tions of excellence, these diplomas will not be available at gradua foods may promote "jti cancer, while others may 2 protect you from it. Foods related to low ering the risk of cancer of the larynx and esoph agus all have high amounts of carotene, a form of Vitamin A which is in canta loupes, peaches, broc coli, spinach, all dark green leafy vegeta bles, sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkin, winter squash, and tomatoes, citrus fruits and brussels sprouts. Foods that may help reduce the risk of gastrointestinal and respira tory tract cancer are cabbage, broccoli, brussels sprouts, kohl rabi, cauliflower. Fruits, vegetables and whole- grain cereals such as oat "v , meal, bran and wheat fi& 1 may help lower the cancer. Foods hieh in fats. tVf55 ' f salt" or nitrite-cured hxJ foods such as ham, s?-"' ad fish and types of sausages smoked by traditional methods should be eaten in moderation. Be moderate in consumption of alcohol also. A good rule of thumb is cut down on fat and don't be fat. C ' Weight reduction l JFs?. ' m i.i v ii ivvri i .nil i .ayy risk. Our 12-year Jfci study of nearly a 1 1 . a milium Ainr-ric u uncovered high V . , cancer risks partic- V' ularly among people 40 or more overweight. Now, more than ever, we know you can cook up your own defense against cancer. No one faces cancer alone. AMERICAN 9 CANCER i SOCIETY rr it I f1 WEDNESDAY BASEBALL VS. 6:00 PCVa OSIKIAME STADIUM tion, but will be mailed to the students over the summer. If your diploma is not picked up on May 10, it will be mailed later to you at the address on file at the University Registrar's Office. There is only one annual Uni versity Commencement Exercise and, in addition to current degree candidates, everyone who has received a degree since the last Commencement is urged to at tend. However, undergraduates expecting to receive a degree following Summer School or the Fall semester may participate in the May Exercises but will not receive a diploma until degree requirements are met. There is no graduation fee. However, your account with the University Cashier and all Uni versity agencies must be paid prior to 3:30 P.M. on May 4 or your diploma will not be presented on May 10. In particular, you are reminded that all library books must be returned and any out standing late book fines paid to the library by 3:30 P.M. on May 6. Degree candidates who have University, Health Professions or National Direct Loans must have an exit interview at the Loan Collection Office on the second floor of Vance Hall. Grades for degree candidates will be available from the Records Office (105 Hanes Hall) begin ning Monday, May 4 between the hours of 10:00 AM. and 4:00 P.M. On Saturday, May 9, the hours will be from 8:30 until Noon only. 6" v. JW W 2z f .rfT-N - :T :-v. ' v IS f: Sundance Practicing in McCorkle Place behind the Old Well, members of the "High Kicking Carolina. yQ ,.,,, ., in t i i iiiu.,l.l i Caps and gowns for degree candidates may be obtained from Student Stores April 15 through May 10. Complete sets of regalia will be sold, not rented, at the following prices: Bache lor's degree, $11.95; Master's degree, $23.95; Ph.D. degree, $33.95 (all plus tax). J.D. rentals must be arranged through the Dean's Office at the School of Law and M.D. rentals must be arranged through the Dean's Of fice at the School of Medicine. Class rings and Commencement invitations also will be available at' Student Stores. Qualified honor graduates will receive an honor cord to wear with their regalia from their Dean or Department Chairman. The Chancellor's Reception, co-sponsored by the Carolina Parents Association, will be held at the north end of Polk Place (the lawn near South Building) immediately following the Grad uation Exercises. You and your Commencement guests are cor dially invited to attend. In the event of rain, the Reception will be held inside Fetzer Gymnasium. Housing for you and your Commencement guests will be available in Hinton James Resi dence Hall. you have any questions, call or stop by the Senior Class Office, 962-1987, Room 216C in the Carolina Union. Office hours are: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 22 and 23; closed April 24; 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., April 27 through May 1; and 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., May 4 through 8. 'A if 3 AMERICA'S WW BUSINESS CHOICE EPSON Equity II $1595 EPSON Leasing program available Call for details! 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