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listing of University related activities
sponsored by academic departments,
student 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
Calendar form by NOON one business
day before the announcement is to run.
Saturday and Sunday events are printed
n 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
From Associated Press reports
NEW YORK Chicago hog
butcher for the world, tool maker,
stacker of wheat ... and global fashion
capital? Ed Koch U.S. ambassador
to the United Nations? The newest fast
food chain McSushi?
Do not adjust your set. You have
entered the strange zone, a collection of
forecasts, ostensibly culled from a sur
vey of American witches by very seri
ous folks at the New York Center for
Each year at Halloween, the center,
which claims to be a non-profit organi
zation involved in research, publishes a
list of predictions based on a poll of 300
Associate research director Lewis
Scott insists these are not cackling types
on brooms, but instead include a New
York real estate tycoon, several mem
bers of Congress and the wife of a
In addition to predicting that Chi
cago will replace Paris as a center for
haute couture, Koch will become a
diplomat, and raw fish will be an even
faster food than hamburgers, this year's
survey finds that:
Vice President Dan Quayle will
write a book of rhymes for preschool
ers. There will be nationwide shortages
of herring, banjos, billiard balls and
Marilyn Quayle posters.
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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.
12:20 p.m.: The Union and Per
forming Arts Committee and the
Gallery Committee present Modern
Extension UNC's modern dance
group. Watch the staircase inside the
1 p.m.: Study Abroad Program
announces that a representative from
predicts scary stuff
A new book will claim that Zsa Zsa
Gabor was born and raised in Houston.
The Strange people claim a track
record. In previous years, they pre
dicted Richard Nixon's resignation, new
freedoms for Eastern Europe and low
ratings for Pat Sajak's talk show, they
But a look at predictions from 1987
does not inspire confidence.
Remember when British Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher appeared
in a Jane Fonda workout video? No?
Remember when Michael Jackson tried
to adopt Jim and Tammy Bakker, or
when Oliver North started a chain of
military summer camps? Maybe you
were out of town that week.
Or maybe ... you were in the strange
Fleetest feet in U.S.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. Who
pounds the pavement the fastest? New
Yorkers? Bostonians? Guess again.
A magazine survey claims that people
in Springfield walk faster than their
counterparts in 36 other U.S. cities.
The results of the survey in the Octo
ber issue of Psychology Today were a
surprise for just about everybody, in
cluding the fleet-footed residents of
this western Massachusetts city and the
people who conducted the study.
"It's not the first city you would
think of," said Robert Levine, a psy
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Inter-Study will be available to talk
with students about Great Britain in the
lower level of Caldwell Hall until 2
2 p.m.: The Institute for Research
in Social Science announces "S AS MF"
Session No. 2 with Jose Sandoval
(IRSS Short Courses) in 02 Manning.
For more info call 962-0509.
3 p.m.: UNC Year at Sevilla will
have an informational meeting in 303
University Career Planning and
Placement Services will have a res
ume writing workshop for underclass-
chology professor at California State
University at Fresno who conducted
the survey. "But I had a pretty good
idea some city in the Northeast would
be No. 1 , and Springfield just edged out
In his 1987 survey, Levine found
that Springfielders covered 60 feet of
sidewalk in an average of 1 1 . 1 seconds.
They covered the distance 3.6 seconds
faster than their counterparts in Fresno,
Calif., which finished at the bottom of
the list, he said.
"I don't know how fast they walk in
other cities, but some days it can be like
a blur on this corner," said Sally Pa
dilla, who operates a hot dog stand
across from Court Square in Spring
field. Protester fools judges, wins fur
PLUM, Pa. Animal rights activ
ists figure they got the last laugh on
nightclub operators who offered a full
length raccoon coat as a prize in an
Elvira look-alike contest: A protester
won the contest wearing a costume
donated by the real Elvira.
"This is going to be one less fur on
the street," said Aileen Linhard of
Animal Care and Welfare, after fellow
activist Jeanie Brown, 38, of Pittsburgh
won the contest Saturday at Nikki's, a
club in this Pittsburgh suburb.
About 35 people protested outside
while 350 watched the contest.
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men interested in internships or sum
mer jobs in 306 Hanes Hall. .
3:30 p.m.: University Counseling
Center offers How to Select a Major
(SAM) Workshops in Nash Hall until 5
p.m. Call 962-2175 to sign up.
UCPPS: Interested in New York
Jobs in advertising, publishing, public
relations, non-profit, arts, legal research,
consulting, etc.? Attend an information
meeting about our Interview Day in
209 Hanes Hall.
4 p.m.: IRSS announces "SPSSx"
Session No. 2 with Jose Sandoval (IRSS
Short Courses) in 02 Manning. For
more info call 962-0509.
UCPPS will hold Job Hunt 101:
Basic information on how to use the
UCPPS office for seniors and graduate
students in 210 Hanes Hall.
The Campus Y Publicity
Committee will meet in Campus Y's
upstairs lounge. Everyone is welcome!
5 p.m.: The Communications De
partment of Student Government
meets. Check Suite C for room number.
6 p.m.: Volunteer Action Commit
tee will meet upstairs in the Campus Y.
6:30 p.m.: Order of the Bell Tower
will meet in 21 1 Union.
7 p.m.: The Moravian Student Fel
lowship will meet at Hal Atkin's house.
Transportation will leave from Morri
son and Granville West lobbies at 6:45
p.m. Bring T-shirt money.
The Campus Y UNICEF
Committee invites interested students
to join them in Trick-or-Treating for
UNICEF. Costumes are encouraged,
but not necessary. Meet in front of the
UCPPS announces a presentation
by Pillsbury Company at the Carolina
Inn. For interviewees only.
7:30 p.m.: Fellowship of Christian
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1990 Martin Luther King, Jr
The Martin Luther King, Jr.
Planning Committee invites
interested individuals and
groups who plan to sponsor
activities in observance of the
late Dr. King's birthday to
contact the Committee chair
at 962-6962 for further
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31st
1.00 Longnedcs s 1.00 24 oz. Draft
100-lst Place 50-2nd Place 25-3rd Place
Judging at 12:30!
Athletes will have a women's Bible
study at Chapel of the Cross Room 27.
The UNC Shag Club will meet to
see The Embers at Royal Park. All are
encouraged to drive over and party
8 p.m.: Fellowship of Christian
Athletes will have a men's Bible study
at Mrs. D's House (beside little frat
court). Everyone is invited.
Midnight: Come join the Midnight
Howlers while the Bell Tower rings.
Third annual tradition in the cemetery!
ITEMS OF INTEREST
UCPPS is collecting all resumes of
seniors interested in working for non
profit organizations after graduation.
Bring resume to 2 1 1 Hanes Hall before
Jan. 19 for inclusion in a book from
UNC, NCSU, NCCU and Duke to be
sent to NPOs.
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 come to Peabody Hall Tuesday
nights from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Room
assignments 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
HELP HUGO VICTIMS! Indi
viduals and organizations needed to
help hurricane victims in Charleston,
S.C. If interested, please call Alpha Phi
Omega at 962-1044.
An exhibition of paintings entitled
"Devs Ex Machina" by Robert
Barnard honors Barnard's 28 years of
ELLIOTT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN
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Sea of Love (R) 7:15, 9:30
The Fabulous Baker Boys (R) 7:00, 9:15
excellence in the Art and Art Education .
fields at UNC. Show ends Nov. 10. A
reception will be held Nov. 5 from 3
p.m. to 5 p.m.
American Engineers for Social Re
sponsibility is looking for volunteers
to tutor high school students in math
and science. For info, or to volunteer,
1901 -A Peach Creek Court
Raleigh, N.C. 27603
The 1990 Orientation Commis-:
sioner interest meetings have been re
scheduled from today (as indicated in
the Carolina Week by Week) to Nov.
17, 20 and 21 in 211 Union at 12:30
p.m., 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. respectively.
Applications available at meetings only !
The 1990 Yackety Yack is having
portrait sittings Nov. 1 through 22 in
213 Union. Call 1-800-873-7591 to
register for your appointment.
The 1990 Yackety Yack, the year
book of the University of North Caro
lina, is on sale this week in the pit. Be
sure to capture yours now.
The Carolina Week by Week Cam
pus Calendar is looking for people
interested in reviewing, editing and
organizing the 1990-91 edition. Con
tact Christie Blom for more info at 967
4783. Pre-registration appointment sign
up sheets are posted at 230 Hamilton
and at third floor, Steele Building.
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