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The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, November 1, 19899
The DTH Campus Calendar is a daily
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
jh 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.
Noon: Midday! with Chris Brown
invites you to yet another great show.
Guests include Student Body President
Brien Lewis, BSM President Kim
McLean and comedian Mac Ingraham
in the Union auditorium for this week
Lesbian Lunch in 208 Union. Spon
sored by CGLA.
WaSI Street plays host to McTaj Maha
From Associated Press reports
NEW YORK The music is sooth
ing, the service sublime, the setting
splendiferous. The cuisine, supped at
marble tables, is nestled in plastic foam.
Welcome to the Wall Street area
McDonald's where the Big Mac is
. served in a veritable temple, featuring a
.uniformed doorman, a pianist perform
ing on a black baby grand, and even an
electronic ticker for brokers bingeing
!;on junk bonds and junk food.
; ' "I went to the architects and said, 'I
"want to build the Taj Mahal,'" said
owner Frank Madalone, who opened
this, his eighth New York City
McDonald's, last December.
It may not be the Taj, but it is like no
other McDonald's. It is located on
. Broadway, 3 blocks north of Wall Street.
The outside is distinguished by two
Calvin and Hobbes
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10 Sandwich type
14 Author Jong
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17 P.M. equines?
30 my God
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;34 Pres. or Gov.
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62 Take ten
63 Warhol or
64 WY range
2 Opera feature
3 Lively dances
4 Having flu
5 Pass the
6 Oily stone
7 Beauty shop
8 War god
11 Beauty shop
12 Racer Bobby
13 Wallace or
23 Loser to DDE
26 Travel need
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41 Fill with Joy
42 War clubs
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51 Col. subj.
12:30 p.m.: UCPPS and the UNC
Pre-Law Club are sponsoring the Law
School Exploration Day until 4:30 p.m.
in the Great Hall of the Union. Open to
all students. There will be representa
tives from about 30 schools.
2:30 p.m.: University Counseling
Center is offering How to Select a
Major (SAM) for sophomore and jun
ior transfers in Nash Hall. Phone 962
2175 to sign up. Workshop until 4 p.m.
3:15 p.m.: Department of Anthro
pology presents Rahel Wasserfall in
"Bargaining for Power and Identity:
Men and Women of Moroccan Origin
in Israel." 308 Alumni Building.
3:30 p.m.: UNC Club Field Hockey
will have an important practice on
Ehringhaus Field. Questions about the
Deep South Tourney? Call Kirsten at
4 p.m.: Joint UNC-Duke Physics
and Astronomy Colloquium "Infla
tion, False Vacuum Bubbles and Child
Universes," with Alan Guth of the Mas
sachusetts Institute of Technology. 265
University Career Planning and
Placement Services presents Career
Opportunities with General Foods in
the Black Cultural Center.
massive windows, bordered with black
marble trim, the Golden Arches painted
discreetly on each one.
Inside, an atrium is graced by two-story-tall
mirrors; sleek, Art Moderne
style chandeliers; oodles of plants; and
just a hint of violet neon to match the
violet suits worn by the smiling host
esses. "It's fun watching the customers'
faces when they walk in the door," said
customer service manager Judy Jones.
"They stop, look around and wonder if
they're in the right place."
Potted palms grace the sleek chrome
counter, next to plastic bins of catsup
and drinking straws. Each table has a
vase with a red carnation. Delivery
men in navy blue trench coats and
chauffeur-style caps heft red, insulated
bags, stuffed with "Fax Your Max"
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31 PA port
33 Scot slope
41 BPOE member
42 A Farrow
46 More crude
47 A Zola
53 Give notice
55 Gulf or port
57 Arthur of
53 White House
4:30 p.m.: Positions: Lectures in
Theory and Contemporary Studies.
Stanley Fish, a legal and literary theo
rist from Duke, will deliver a lecture
titled "The Common Touch, or, One
Size Fits All," in 1 1 1 Murphy. Recep
tion to follow in the Graduate Lounge
in Greenlaw Hall.
5 p.m.: AIESEC will have a general
members' meeting in 209 Union.
Nominations will be held for president.
GAIA: Dr. Adams presents "The
Moral Dilemmas of the Military Pro
fession," in the Campus Y lounge. All
The UNC Vegetarian Society hosts
a FREE vegetarian dinner in 103 Bing
ham until 7 p.m. Homemade meals,
recipes and general info.
The Women's Forum of the Cam
pus Y will meet in 206B of the Y
Building. Everyone is welcome.
Japan Club will meet in 407 Dey.
Come and find out all about the upcom
ing Japanese Cultural Festival this
5:30 p.m.: The UNC Student
Government's Minority and
Women's Affairs Committee will
meet in Suite C of the Union.
The Newman Center will hold its
orders. The hostesses and cleaning crew
whisk away used bags and empty cups,
sometimes before the customers have
left the table.
Espresso, cappucino and pastries are
offered at afternoon teatime. But other
wise, it's the standard McFare, served
at the regular McDonald's metropoli
It's even service with a personal
Restaurant sinks in L.A. harbor
From Associated Press reports
LOS ANGELES A cruise ship
converted into a dockside restaurant
mysteriously rolled over and sank in
the harbor with a shattering of glass as
a security guard who had gone aboard
to investigate popping noises scrambled
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Student Night dinner followed by an
All Saints' Day mass at 7 p.m.
6 p.m.: The Wesley Foundation
will meet at 214 Pittsboro St. behind
the Carolina Inn. The program will be
on sexuality. Dinner is $2. All are wel
come. 6:15 p.m.: The Asian Students As
sociation will meet in 205 Union. CD
Player Raffle will be held. All are
welcome to join!
7 p.m.: N.C. FellowsLeadership
Development: Forum on Homeless
ness in Chapel Hill featuring Jonathon
Howes, Sally Jessee, Peggy Pollitzer,
Robert Seymour and moderated by
Richard Richardson, chairman of the
political science department in 101
7:30 p.m.: Panhellenic, Black
Greek Council, PFC and Student
Government are sponsoring a forum
concerning issues in the Greek system
in Hamilton 100. Panelists will provide
information about the pledging, serv
ice and social aspects of their organiza
tions and will answer questions from
the audience about the similarities and
differences between Greeks on cam
pus. All students are encouraged to
touch. "We seated two people together
upstairs; now, they're dating and may
get married," Jones noted proudly.
Madalone says the restaurant
between the World Trade Center and
South Street Seaport is becoming a
tourist attraction itself, complete with
picture postcards that spread the word
when visitors mail them to the folks
"She fell splat into the water and
then it was glog, glog, glog," Michael
Barnes, first mate of a passenger ship
nearby, said Monday.
The 68-year-old S.S. Princess Lou
ise, which had plied the Pacific for
decades before being retired, went down
in 23 feet of water, Fire Department
spokesman Jim Wells said.
The cause of the sinking was under
The security guard escaped without
injury. No one else was aboard; the ship
had closed its restaurant in January.
"Chairs started flying all over the
place, glass was breaking. I was just
trying to 'get out of there," said 'the
guard, Minnie Morgan.
Bill & Ted's
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Look Who's Talking
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Sat & Sun Matinee 2:004:10
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Legal Problems ?
Attorney at Law
If A7 can you get the
CAT out of the BAG?
Ten puzzles like this -
Hours of Fun!
YOU MAY WIN A $50 BOND
IF YOU SOLVE ALL 10!
Send $1.00 a SASE to
901 Greenwood Drive
Hendersonville, NC 28739
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
The UNC Shag Club meets in 21 1
Union. All interested students are en
couraged to come out.
Maranatha Christian Fellowship
will meet in 226 Union. All are wel
come. 8 p.m.: Sigma Theta Alpha (UNC
HOSA) will meet in 106 Berryhill. We
are a health related service fraternity.
Anyone interested please attend.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
UCPPS is collecting all resumes of
seniors interested in working for non
profit organizations after graduation.
Bring resume to 21 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 1 1; Stat 1 1 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
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
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7:30 PM FRIDAY
UNC vs. CLEMSON
7:30 PM SATURDAY
UNC vs. GEORGIA TECH
12:00 NOON SUNDAY
UNC vs. PENN STATE
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Invites You to Attend
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On Thursday, November 2, 1989
10:00 am -4:00 pm
Great Hall, Carolina Student Union
RECRUITERS FROM ALL 55 GRADUATE AND
PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS WILL BE THERE TO
ANSWER QUESTIONS AND DISTRIBUTE
MEDICAL SCHOOL LAW SCHOOL DENTAL SCHOOL
BUSINESS SCHOOL COMPUTER SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT OFBIOSTATISTICS NEUROBIOLOGY
RADIO TELEVISION AND MOTION PICTURES
AND MUCH MORE!!!
The Alliance of Black Graduate and Professional Students and the
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 to Nov. 17, 20 and 21 in 21 1
Union at 12:30 p.m., 4 p.m. and 6:30
p.m. respectively. Applications avail
able 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.
United Christian Fellowship cor
dially invites you to come and experi
ence Fall Harvest '89. Four nights of
inspirational teaching topics such as
education and power, sex, drugs and
racism. Through Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. nightly
in Gerrard Hall. :
ELLIOTT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN
967-4737 FREE PARKING
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