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4The Daily Tar Heel Friday, January
a Students from the School of
Pharmacy won first place in the
National Pharmacy Intercolle
giate AIDS Awareness Competi
tion in Washington, D.C. on Jan.
5. The school received an award
certificate and a $2,500 donation
to the pharmacy scholarship fund.
The AIDS Awareness Commit
tee of the UNC School of Phar
macy Senate organized three
seminars presented by AIDS
experts, set up AIDS awareness
booths on campus with informa
tion including fact sheets and
pamphlets, and developed a sys
tem allowing students to obtain
answers to questions about the
disease confidentially. More than
165 pharmacy students worked on
D Lyle Jones, Alumni Distin
guished professor of psychology
and director of the L.L. Thurstone
Psychometric Lab, has been
appointed to two new advisory
boards of the National Research
Council-National Academy of
Sciences: the board on interna
tional comparative studies in
education and the board on asso
ciateships and fellowships. The
former will monitor the quality of
be better able to plan events for the
The last referendum proposes an
increase of 75 cents in student
activities fees each semester and 25
cents for the summer session to fund
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education research used for inter
national comparisons. The latter
advises the National Research
Council on policies for selecting
candidates in national competition
for fellowships from the National
Science Foundation, the Ford
Foundation and the Howard
B Raleigh Mann, associate pro
fessor of j ournalism, co-presented
a workshop on "Coaching the
Professional Writer and Editor" at
the winter meeting of the Asso
ciation for Education in Journal
ism and Mass Communication in
New Orleans in December. Mann
also was elected to a two-year term
on the national board of directors
of the Society of Professional
Journalists at the group's national
convention in Cincinnati and
received a Region 2 Distinguished
Service Award for his work as
UNC chapter adviser.
B Joseph Kalo, professor of
law, was elected to the Executive
Committee of the teaching
methods section of the Association
of American Law Schools during
a meeting in New Orleans earlier
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an award for excellence in undergrad
uate teaching. The money would
supply more than $21,000 for the
awards. Each award recipient would
receive a $5,000 grant, and the rest
would go toward plaques and
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By LAURA TAYLOR
To stimulate further interest in the
arts, the Orange County Board of
Commissioners awarded arts grants
totaling $6,650 to 10 non-profit
county arts organizations last week.
Wilma Tinney, county liaison for
the Orange County Arts Commis
sion, said organizations must apply
for the grants and meet application
"It's determined by whether or not
an application is appropriate," Tin
ney said. "There' were five applica
tions that did not meet the
Orange County has presented these
Social 'race' ynder way for class of 1 9.89s
By JAMES COBLIN
The senior class of 1989, in an effort
to promote social interaction among
seniors in Chapel Hill bars and
restaurants, has begun the Senior 200
Senior 200 Race is the largest social
event for seniors ever, said Cathy
Paparazo, coordinator of the race.
Seniors can take specially provided
identification cards, along with their
school IDs, to the various participat-
ing bars. When they purchase drinks,
alcoholic or non-alcoholic, they
receive a special stamp from the bar.
If seniors obtain 40 stamps on their
card, with at least five from every
participating bar, they can redeem
their card for a commemorative 25-
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arts grants to worthy non-profit
groups since 1985, Tinney said.
Groups may request no more than
$1,000 in their application, she said.
The money is awarded based on the
amount of funds available to the
commissioners and the specific
requests made by each group.
The Chapel Hill Preservation
Society was one of the organizations
to receive funding. Society director
Mary Reeb said, "We have always
gotten exactly what we asked for."
The preservation society requested
the money to put on a concert in April
with James Longmier, a bass
baritone vocalist. "The grant allows
us to broaden our bases," Reeb said.
ounce mug with the senior logo and
the names of the bars on it, Paparazo
The seven participating bars are
He's Not Here, Franklin Street Bar
and Grill, Spanky's, Molly Maguire's,
Ham's Restaurant, Bub O'Malley's,
and Four Corners, Paparazo said.
Each bar participates by running
specials on a designated night to
attract seniors who are attempting to
fin their cards with stamps, Paparazo
The event was organized as a
passive event in which seniors could
participate at their own pace in order
to be involved in activities with the
senior class, said David Adams,
senior class vice president.
The event has been going on since
the beginning of this semester and will
continue until commencement, Papa-
Living Colour to liven Memorial Hall
By JULIE OLSON
Last year, the New York based
group Living Colour played to sbld
out crowds at the Brewery in Raleigh.
Tonight at 8 o'clock, the Carolina
Union Activities Board is starting off
the new semester's concert line-up
with a literal bang and some funked-
up hard rock as Living Colour returns
to North Carolina to play in living
form at Memorial Hall.
The group's debut album Vivid was
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A.L. Stanback Middle School,
another recipient of the Orange
County Arts Grant, plans to use its
$1,000 to present a Celebration of the
Arts Festival during March and
April, said Linda Fields, co
chairwoman of the Stanback Cultural
Arts Commission and a visual art
teacher at the school.
"We chose the month of March
because it is Youth Art Month and
Music in Our Schools Month," Fields
said. The school will hold assemblies
each week for performances in such
areas as mime, dance, music and
"Teachers will talk about ways they
use art in their lives," she said. "We
Cards were handed out to seniors
during registration and can also be
obtained in Suite B of the Student
Union, she said.
There will also be a small supply
of cards at the participating bars, said
Stephen Flannery, an employee of
He's Not Here, said turnout for the
Senior 200 has not been as good as
was expected, but that turnout is
expected to increase.
"We will definitely make money
from our participation," said Mike
Stout, owner of Bub O'Malley's.
"So far turnout has been slow, but
we expect it to pick up," Stout said.
Stout said the senior class officers
approached him and asked him if he
would participate for a small fee.
The various bars were selected
released last year on Epic Records
amid critical acclaim. Billboard
magazine wrote of the album: "Uni
que sound, which straddles funk and
frenzied hard rock, should generate
same chatter that greeted Hendrix
two decades ago.
Guitarist songwriter Vernon Reid
has studied under jazz guitarists and
played on Mick Jagger's Primitive
Cool album, but it's his whirling
guitar playing that really sizzles not
only on Vivid, but especially live.
Living Colour has been fortunate
to receive a fair amount of airwave
between 12 and 15 months have 80
percent immunity, Cowan said.
The state health department is
limiting the amount of vaccinations
to conserve the vaccine in case of a
widespread outbreak of measles, she
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want to let the children know that
art is not just a plaything."
The grant will allow the school to
hire quality professional groups that
it could not get for the festival
otherwise, she said.
Other recipients of the arts grants
this year are: the Chapel Hill Ballet :
Company, Chapel HillCarrboro'
City Schools PTA Cultural Enrich
ment Committee, Community Youth
Theater, Estes Hills Elementary.
School, Orange County Public
Library, C.W. Stanford Middle
School Arts Education Program,
Seawell School PTA Enrichment
Committee and TOUCH Mime
because of their wide range of.
offerings to students, Paparazo said. .
Bars were approached by explain-',
ing to them the great advantages in:
advertising, which will include The:
Daily Tar Heel, the senior class',
newsletter, the mug and ID cards, and
the assured business of at least five;
stamps per card. The success of.
securing the bars was in planning the
event and the obvious advantages
that the bars would receive, Paparazo
There will be 250 mugs available
for the first students who fill their
cards with the required 40 stamps,
"The greatest aspect is that seniors
can socialize on their own time and
be awarded the exact same points
whether it be a beer or a Coke which
they purchase," Paparazo said.
coverage, but unfortunately the only
song that ever seems to be played is
the track "Cult of Personality." But
even a quick listen to the album
demonstrates the greater versatility of
the group, from the thrash-oriented
"Desperate People" to the dance-like
"Glamour Boys." !
The Triangle's own Spectator
magazine voted Living Colour's
Brewery show one of the top 10 of
last year. And the show Friday, with,
local openers Mary on the Dash,
promises to be just as good.
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Daniel Reimer, director of the
Orange County Health Department,
said, "The only people we are immun-
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