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34The Tar HeelMonday, August 24, 1987
on multi-million Alumni Center
By MICHAEL JACKSON
Plans for the new UNC Alumni
Center have been finalized and
groundbreaking for the center is
expected to occur this fall, said
Karen Arwe, associate director for
the UNC Alumni Center
The center, which is expected
to be completed in late fall of 1989,
is being funded by the UNC
Alumni Center Campaign. It will
be located on a South Campus site
near the Smith Center and the
Kenan Institute for the Study of
The campaign's goal is $8.5
million, and $5.5 million in gifts
and pledges have already been
raised, Arwe said. Much of the
$5.5 million came from special
solicitations of members and past
presidents of General Alumni
Association (GAA) and members
of the UNC Board of Trustees.
Lunch and Dinner
Sandwiches are served with your choice
of one of our tasty side orders: Blackeyed peas & corn,
potato salad, corn chips, cole slaw, pinto beans,
or buffalo chips (prepared in all vegetable oil)
Please place our order at the bar and pay at that t.me (cash only)
Chips &. Saka 1.25
A ungv snack r r anytime
Half pound of fresh lean ground beef grilled to order and served on a toasted
poppy seed roll will. It truce, romaro. and mayonnaise
Our delicious hamburger wwn aged New York Cheddar cheese.
Drive -In Burger 3.75
Homemade chili and cole slaw, tomato, and mayonnaise top our famous
rhlUy Steak Sandwich
Grilled choice nbeye steak served on toasted French bread
ii a j w im agcu 3wim mccsc anu sauiccu onions
6SiL Grilled Bratwurst
An authentic German bratwurst steamed in beer on crusty
French bread with our special mustard and hot chow chow.
Pastrami & Swiss Rubin
Better than your average reuben! A grilled sandwich with pastrami.
sauerkraut, sauteed onions, aged Swiss cheese, and our special sauce on rye.
Roasted pork tenderloin and grilled smoked ham on a toasted
poppy seed roll with aged Swiss cheese and a mild horseradish sauce
Willie's Famous Chill 2.75
Homemade beef and bean chili in a flour tortilla shell, topped
w ith onions, celery, and aged cheddar cheese. Served with corn chips.
Leghorn's Chicken Sandwich 3.75
Fresh boneless chicken breast, lightly marinated, dipped in a beer
batter, cooked crisp and served on a toasted poppy seed roll with
lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise.
Grilled Chkken Breast Sandwich 4.00
Our marinated chicken breast, grilled and served on toasted oat bread
w ith aged Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise.
Cakm Grill . . . . 4.00
New Orleans pices and our fresh chicken breast grilled (A great combi
nation.) Served on toasted oat bread with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise.
Wild Turkey Sandwich 4.00
Turkey breast roasted in our ovens, sliced, served on
toasted oat bread with cucumbers and a cream cheese and
Chicken Salad Sandwich. 3.25
Old fashioned chicken salad made fresh with almonds, celery, and
special seasonings with lettuce on oat bread.
Tuna Salad Seattle 3.75
Chilled homemade albacore tuna salad, served in a flour
tortilla shell with corn chips and garnished with lettuce
and tomato wedges.
Spring Garden Salad 4.25
A tossed green salad with fresh vegetables, roasted turkev and lightly
smoked ham, aged Swiss and cheddar cheeses with our homemade herb
; vinaigrette, served in a flour tortilla shell with corn chips.
Vegetables only .... y 2.50 Vegetables & Cheese only . . . ... 3.00
New ltork Frankfurter . . . 2.25
An authentic New York frank, grilled, on a whole wheat bun with mustard,
chili, cole slaw, and onions or mustard and sauerkraut.
A La Carte Side Orders . . (each) .75
Choose my of our delicious side orders a la carte: blackeyed peas & corn,
potato salad, cole slaw, pinto beans, corn chips, or salsa.
Buffalo Chips 10
A large order of our special potatoes. Prepared in all vegetable oil.
Our own Haagen Dazs coffee and chocolate ice cream pie, topped with
Hershey's hot fudge.
All menu items arc available for take-out Call 929-2708.
Main 4k Weaver Streets. The Flatiron Building in Downtown Carrboro.
The remaining $3 million will
be raised through area campaigns
and solicitations of GAA members
and donors of other major gifts.
Area fund-raising campaigns have
already been kicked off in
Winston-Salem and Charlotte,
and 8-10 more area campaigns will
have been started by mid-fall,
One of the major reasons for
building the center, Arwe said, is
because of the General Alumni
Association's need for expansion.
"The General Alumni Association
has a very definite need for space,"
Designed by O'Brien and Atkins
of Durham, the center will be
named in honor of George Watts
Hill, who made a challenge gift of
$3.5 million to the campaign. Hill
was treasurer of GAA for 35 years.
The center will be a three-story,
will house rooms such as the
alumni banquet hall and lounge,
which will be used for specials
events and functions including
reunion activities and private
parties. Administration offices for
the GAA, a boardroom, a student
alumni association office, confer
ence rooms, a guesthouse, a
private dining room, a library and
a room for memorabilia will also
be located in the center.
"The Alumni Center will help
us develop and broaden the range
of programs we offer to alums, and
give them a center of hospitality
in Chapel Hill," Arwe said.
By JAY NEUFIELD
Special to the STH
Although the AIDS epidemic
continues to claim victims,
college students seem to think
they are not at risk of contract
ing the virus, some health
"Students are a bit too com
placent (about AIDS)," said Dr.
George Gallasso, a UNC grad
uate and chairman of the Inter
national Conference on AIDS
that was held in Washington,
D.C., in early June. "As the old
saying goes, 'You dont only go
to bed with the person you are
with, but everyone else they
slept with.' "
Kathy Kerr, a health educator
for the N.C. AIDS Control
Program, said, "When it comes
to AIDS, students feel that they
are immune." Any person who
has had multiple sexual partners
is in the risk category for AIDS,
Sue Gray, director of health
education at UNC's Student
Health Service, suggested
another reason why UNC stu
dents tend to ignore the AIDS
"We're a politically conserva
tive campus, and this is
obviously not a conservative
issue," Gray said.
Nevertheless, she said, stu
dents need to become educated
about "safe sex" practices not
only to reduce their risk of
contracting AIDS, but also to
reduce the risk of contracting
any other sexually transmitted
"All students need to be
educated, regardless of sexual
preference," she said.
According to Kerr and Gal
lasso, the best way to prevent
contracting AIDS or any
other sexually transmitted dis
ease is to use condoms.
"Condoms should become the
norm, not the exception," Ken
said. The Student Health Service
works to educate students about
AIDS and other sexually trans
mitted diseases through out
reach programs in the residence
halls, informational brochures,
and the Contraceptive Health
Education Clinic (CHEC), Gray
said. Last semester, SHS dis
bursed condoms and handed
out "safe sex" pamphlets during
their campus Drug Awareness
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