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The Daily Tar HeelFriday, October 13, 19897
Ming of University related activities
sponsored by academic departments,
MUdent services and student organiza
tions officially recognized by the Divi
sion of Student Affairs. To appear in
campus Calendar, announcements
must be submitted on the Campus
Lalendar form by NOON one business
day before the announcement is to run.
Saturday and Sunday events are printed
in Friday's calendar and must be sub
mitted on the Wednesday before the
announcement is to run. Forms and a
drop box are located outside the DTH
office, 104 Union. Items of Interest
lists ongoing events from the same
campus organizations and follows the
same deadline schedule as Campus
Calendar. Please use the same form.
9 a.m.: The Institute for Research
in Social Sciences presents "Explora
tory Factor Analysis" with Richard Len
nox; an advanced statistical analysis
faculty seminar in 02 Manning until 1
Noon: IRSS presents "Child Care
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16 And others:
18 3D plants
20 King's girl
26 Seeing red
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33 Nor. & Swed.
34 Ride waves
36 "Do do..."
37 Suit size
38 Cattle call
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Demands and Labor Supply of Young
Mothers Over Time" with David Blau
at the Carolina Population Center at
405 University Square East.
1 p.m.: The Muslim Students As
sociation (MSA) will have its Friday
Prayer in 208 Union.
4 p.m.: UNC Go Ju Karate Club,
Karate for the serious-minded individ
ual traditional Japanese style, will have
a meeting in 208 Union. Call 933-9249
for more info.
The Presbyterian Campus
Ministry will have an ice cream party
until 6 p.m. Come by the Student Cen
ter at 1 10 Henderson St. for sweet fun.
6 p.m.: Baha'i Club meeting at the
Black Cultural Center.
7 p.m.: Baha'i will host Lifetime
Transformation in Kenya: A Baha'i
Perspective at the Black Cultural Cen
ter. Discussion and movie to follow.
9 p.m.: Union Cabaret will have
the "Both Sides Dance" at the Union
Cabaret. All are welcome. Admission
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All Flights Reserved
24 Forest warden
25 Of yore
26 Ant of rock
28 Sign of Libra
29 "West Side
30 "Porgy and
31 Scot, spa
33 Does in
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52 It. family
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11 a.m.: The General Alumni As
sociation will host a student seminar
"Internships Where Do I Begin?"
by Elson Floyd, Ph.D. '78 in the Caro
lina Inn. This seminar is part of the
ninth annual Black Alumni Reunion.
Call the Alumni Office at 962-1208 for
9 p.m.: Union Cabaret presents rock
group "Man About Town" in the Union
Cabaret. All are invited. Admission is
11 a.m.: The UNC Gaming Club
will meet in 210 Union. All are invited
6 p.m.: The Women's Lacrosse
Club will practice on the Astroturf
until 7:30 p.m.
7 p.m.: WXYC radio (89.3 FM)
presents "3030," a one-hour sports talk
show co-hosted by hard-hitting anchor
men Deaton Bell and Dave Glenn. This
week's guest is supercoach Karen
Shelton of the No. 2-ranked UNC field
hockey squad. After fielding questions
for Shelton at 967-8989, the focus will
shift to the discussion of anything
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8 p.m.: The UNC Department of
Music presents a program of piano
trios in Hill Hall Auditorium. Featured
performers are faculty members Ruth
Johnsen, violin; Brent Wissick, cello;
and Marmaduke Miles, piano. The
concert is free and open to the public.
Call for more info at 962-1039.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
UCPPS: Students interested in quali
fying for positions with the National
Security Agency must take the PQT
Exam on Oct. 28, 1989. The applica
tion deadline is today! Booklets are
available in 21 1 Hanes Hall. The PQT
Exam is NOT required for students
majoring in math, computer science,
Slavic, Asian or Middle Eastern lan
guages. The Graduate and Professional
Student Federation offers informa
tion on the in-state tuition application
process. Check the bulletin board out
side Suite D in the Union for details.
UCPPS is collecting all resumes of
seniors interested in working for non
profit organizations after graduation.
Bring your resume to 21 1 Hanes Hall
between Oct. 16, 1989, and Jan. 19,
1990, for inclusion in a book from
UNC, NCSU, NCCU and Duke to be
Hanes Art Center Glass Gallery:
There will be a group exhibition of
artworks featuring The Fine Arts De
partment Faculty of Wake Forest Uni
versity. The show will run through Oct.
Student Government Tutoring
Program offers FREE tutoring in Econ
10; Chem 11; Stat 11 and 23; French;
Spanish; and Math 22, 30 and 31. All
students interested in receiving help
please feel free to come by Peabody
Hall Tuesday nights from 8 p.m. to 10
p.m. Rooms will be posted in Peabody
Sexuality Hotline: Students inter
ested in being assistants to Dr. Ruth by
answering incoming calls from students
regarding sexuality, please call 966
6586. Hurry! Sponsored by Student
General sign-up for the College Bowl
is from Oct. 4 to Oct. 20. Teams can
pick up registration forms at the Union
from page 5
cessive opponent on the Tar Heels'
schedule so far has been just a little
stronger than the last. The Tar Heels
breezed past Richmond and Princeton
in their first two dual matches of the fall
season, but William and Mary should
prove to be a fairly big jump for UNC.
The Indians should repeat as the East
representative to the NCAA tourna
ment this year with a strong corps of
returning players. Head Coach Ray
Reppert also picked up Jane Wood, a
strong baseliner who is a junior transfer
from Oklahoma State. Wood should
contend for the No. 1 spot in the Indi
ans' lineup. Senior Danielle Durak,
ranked 42nd nationally, is Reppert's
Last season, William and Mary
crushed UNC, 7-2, but Harrison is not
expecting a similar result this year with
the addition of two highly-rated fresh
men. Harrison said that freshman Cinda
Gurney, originally from California and
now from Candler, N.C., is perhaps the
highest-ranked junior at No. 10 in
the Girls 18's to ever sign with
"(Gurney) has had tremendous tour
nament experience," Harrison said
"She's just a fine tennis player. That's
all there is to it." Gurney or senior Gina
Goblirsh will play at the top spot for the
Tar Heels on Saturday.
Freshman Alicia Portnoy, of Santa
Clarita, Calif., also comes in with a
very high junior ranking No. 34 in
the Girls 16's. "She is just a scrappy
player," Harrison said. "She moves well
and just hangs in points. She's not afraid
of three sets. She's just a great competi
Sophomores Dana Kanell and Gigi
Neely and senior Valerie Farmer will
round out the Tar Heels' singles lineup
on Saturday. Harrison has not yet de
cided on the doubles teams for
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