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The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, November 15, 19899
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llstng 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
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.
9:30 a.m.: The Student Environ
mental Action Coalition (SEAC)
urges you to show your support for an
environmentally sound UNC campus.
We will gather at the Pit and march to
10 a.m.: Alpha Phi Omega spon
sors a bloodmobile until 3:30 p.m. in
the Great Hall of the Union.
Noon: The Institute for Research
in Social Science announces "Memo
ries of Suffering, Memories of Free
dom: Black Women and the Civil Rights
Movement in Mississippi" with Vicki
Crawford of the UNC history depart
ment in Toy Lounge of Dey Hall until
2 p.m. Sponsored by UNC Women's
Studies. For more info call 962-3908.
Midday!, your campus talk show
with Chris Brown. We will end the
semester with CAA president, Lisa
Frye, mikeman, Carl Bryan and come
dian Mac Ingraham.
CGLA sponsors a Lesbian Lunch in
IRSS announces "Law Without the
State: Peasant Ideas of Justice in Revo
lutionary Russia" with Jane Burbank of
the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
in 02 Manning. An IRSS Colloquia.
Call 962-5583 for more info.
12:30 p.m.: IRSS announces an
IRSS Social Science Computing at
UNC Faculty Working Group in 1 13
Manning. Call 966-1021 for more info.
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THE Daily Crossword by Richard Thomas
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16 Eye layer
17 Canter or trot
26 Sword handle
27 Poet Hughes
35 Soviet sea
37 Sky Bear
38 Airline abbr.
40 George of
44 Part of BPOE
51 Island near
53 Skinny leaf
57 Fiber plant
59 Yoked pair
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10 Shrewd ones
11 Eng. river
2 p.m.: SYZYGY Performing Arts
Company will sponsor an open forum
on political art and censorship. Artists,
administrators, faculty and students are
encouraged to attend. 208 Union until 5
p.m. In coordination with Human Rights
3 p.m.: University Career Plan
ning and Placement Services will hold
Job Hunt 103: Interviewing Skills
Workshop in 306 Hanes Hall.
3:30 p.m.: UCPPS will hold a Work
shop on Internships in N.C. State
Government in 209 Hanes Hall.
UCPPS will hold Job Hunt 101:
Basic information on how to use UCPPS
office for seniors and graduate students
in 210 Hanes Hall.
IRSS announces "Effects of Aging
on Behavior and the Brain: The Good
News and the Bad News" with Michela
Gallagher in 112 Davie Hall. Spon
sored by the psychology department.
Call 962-2053 for more info.
4 p.m.: Women's Lacrosse Club
practices at Finley Field until 5:30 p.m.
UCPPS presents Career Opportuni
ties with the U.S. Navy Officer Pro
gram in the Black Cultural Center.
Joint UNC-Duke Physics and As
tronomy Colloquium "Novel Ap
proaches for Surface Analysis" with
E.A. Schweikert of the Center for
Chemical Characterization and Analy
sis, chemistry department, Texas A&M
University in 265 Phillips. Refresh
ments will be served at 3:30 p.m. in the
Lounge, 277 Phillips.
5 p.m.: UNC Vegetarian Society
will have a FREE vegetarian dinner in
104 Howell until 7 p.m. Homemade
meals, recipes and general info.
GAIA of the Campus Y sponsors
Daniel Graham who will speak on the
link between ecology and equality as it
applies to Global Sustainability as part
of Human Rights Week. In the Campus
5:30 p.m.: Student Government's
Minority and Women's Affairs Com
mittee will have a general meeting.
Newman is having dinner followed
by a program. It's hip and it's at 218
Pittsboro St. Be there!
6 p.m.: SYZYGY Performing Arts
Company will present Harold Pinter's
one-act play "One for the Road," a
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29 Give the gate
31 Famed basin
32 Pound the
33 Rounded parts
36 Kind of
39 Gr. physician
40 Call's partner
42 Convert into
51 Pierre's loc.
54 Super or
brutal study of a torturer and his vic
tims. Audience discussion to follow.
To be performed in the Union Cabaret.
Free admission, donations encouraged.
A Human Rights Week event.
The Wesley Foundation will meet
at 214 Pittsboro St. behind the Carolina
Inn. The program will be on service.
Dinner is $2.
6:15 p.m.: The Asian Students As
sociation will meet in 205 Union to dis
cuss upcoming business including fortune-cookie
grams to be sold for final
7 p.m.: The UNC Bridge Club will
hold an open duplicate game in the
South Campus Union. Partnerships
guaranteed; call 933-8642.
The N.C. FellowsLeadership De
velopment is sponsoring a workshop
on Confrontation Skills. Learn the valu
able means of dealing with confronta
tion successfully in your organization
or group in 10 Peabody (basement).
7:30 p.m.: University housing will
hold an optional question and answer
forum for RA applicants in Morrison
first floor lounge. All applicants are
invited to attend.
The Maranatha Christian Fellow
ship will meet in 226 Union.
11 p.m.: WXYC 89.3 FM will play
the new album from Slyland Robbie
Silent Assassin in its entirety with no
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 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
Hall. The Student Government Tutor
ing Program is now accepting applica
tions for spring tutors in the same
courses listed above. Applications are
available in Phillips Annex and the
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Honors Office and are due today. Earn
3 hours of passfail credit.
The 1990 Yackety Yack, the year
book of the University of North Caro
lina, is having portrait sitting through
Nov. 22 in 213 Union. Call 1-800-873-7591
to register for your appointment!
The photographs of Frederick
Robert Stipe will be on display at the
From Associated Press reports
DURHAM An animal-loving
firefighter used mouth-to-mouth resus
citation and oxygen to revive a pair of
2-week-old kittens overcome in a fire
that damaged a Durham house on
"We did it once before on a puppy,
but it was too late," said Durham Fire
Department rescue specialist A.J.
Green. "I do love animals."
No people were injured in the blaze.
Firefighters found four kittens in the
dining room of the house and brought
them outside, said Battalion Chief D.R.
A neighbor began chest massage on
a kitten that was not breathing and
Green began performing mouth-to-mouth
resuscitation on a second unre
sponsive kitten. Friends and family
members, many holding flashlights,
huddled in a circle around the kittens.
After the kittens started to breathe
on their own, Green gave both kittens
oxygen. After about 20 minutes of
rescue efforts, the unidentified neigh
bor took the now-active kittens to his
apartment for the night.
The fire apparently started on a
mattress in a middle bedroom on the
right side of the house, Maynard said.
The investigation was continuing.
Ad beefs up town's image
BROOKLYN, Wash. Everyone's
heard of Brooklyn, N.Y. Practically no
one's heard of this Brooklyn, which
consists of a school and a tavern. And
the tavern is closed.
But Brooklyn, Wash., is having its
day in the sun, even if it's only because
of name familiarity.
The tiny town in the Willapa Hills of
southwest Washington is featured in a
television commercial for Burgerville
U.S.A. Also featured is Bob Tomisser,
superintendent of North River School.
"In Brooklyn, New York, you are
conveniently located near Wall Street,
Yankee Stadium and Coney Island.
Big Deal!" Tomisser tells the camera
as he strolls out of the small school.
"You're also about 3,000 miles from
one of these," he says, holding up a
large burger promoted in the 30-sec-ond
Then the camera pans back to To
misser. "Burgerville U.S.A. inconven
iently located across the United States,"
he says of the 3 1 -restaurant chain in the
The commercial airs in Washington
and Oregon, and Tomisser is receiving
royalties each time it's shown. Alto
gether, his one day's work should bring
in about $1,500.
Incidentally, you can't get a Burger
ville burger here, either. The nearest
Burgerville is nearly 100 miles away,
in Central ia.
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Students may pick up their tickets for the follow
ing UNC basketball games at the Ticket Office.
Tickets for these games, while they last, will
remain available at the Ticket Office Monday thru
Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.
Hanes Art Center Gallery through Nov.
The Orientation Office will hold
informational meetings for all students
interested in the 1990 orientation com
mission on Friday, Nov. 17, at 12:30
p.m.; Monday, Nov. 20, at 4 p.m.; and
Tuesday, Nov. 21, at 6:30 p.m. in 21 1
Union. Applications are available at
the meetings only.
Project shows U.S.'s friendliness
YORK, Pa. Third-grader Jessica
Plank receives mail almost daily from
people she has never met in Winston
Salem. Last Friday was no exception. A
correspondent sent a guidebook and
told her how the city's 300-year-old
trees were destroyed by Hurricane
Her fellow pupils get mail from other
parts of the United States in what has
become a prodigious social studies
project in the third-grade class of Julia
Shanabrook at Norman A. Trimmer
Elementary School in the West York
Area School District.
"There are wonderful people in
America who care enough about strang
ers to go out, buy postcards, sit down
and write to us," said Shanabrook, 3 1 ,
who has just begun teaching after gradu
ating from college.
Each of the class' 25 students wrote
to a newspaper editor in two states
requesting help in asking readers to
send postcards and share what makes
their community special.
On Friday, Shanabrook distributed a
6-inch stack of mail among the eager
students. "I get folders. I get boxes. I
get 10-by-13-inch envelopes filled."
The mail helps the children learn
about current events as well as geogra
phy, she said.
The children giggled at an Idaho
postcard of a picture of a single, huge
potato consuming the bed of a flatbed
But Kushal Shah saw through the
"It 's a regular potato," he said. "They
put it on a little truck."
Twice one day last week students
heard that Michigan is shaped like a
mitten. One person sent a foot-long
Another wrote that she lives in the
News the old-fashioned way
PLYMOUTH, Mass. The town
of Plymouth has taken a step backward
in communication history by hiring
Stanley P. Meldrum as town crier.
In the days before television, before
radio and even before daily newspa
pers, events of the day were shouted
from the town square by the town crier.
Meldrum 's job will be to don Pilgrim
garb for special occasions and stroll the
Plymouth waterfront shouting, "Hear
ye, hear ye," and describing the day's
Meldrum, 72, who has had plenty of
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Sign up this week at the Learning
Skills Center in 204 Phillips Annex for
$35, 8-week, test preview sessions for:
GMAT, LSAT, GRE and MCAT.
The UNC Bridge Club will sponsor
the campus-level qualifying round of
the 1990 North American Collegiate
Bridge Championship on Tuesday,
Nov. 21. Call 933-8642 for more information.
practice meeting the public by playing
Santa Claus for the past eight years,
was awarded the unpaid post after, a
town selectman saw him acting as; a
Pilgrim for a September "Safety First"
event and was entranced by his per
A town crier was then proposed and
the selectmen went for the idea "as long
as they didn't have to pay for it,"
Meldrum said Tuesday.
Provincetown also had a town crier
post until the man who held the position
was fired for allegedly insulting gays.
Meldrum, a Plymouth resident for
12 years, took some public-speaking
courses during a stint in the armed
forces and is now retired from a career
in hotel management and retail.'. He
already has purchased his own official
town crier Pilgrim uniform.
One drawback to the post: "I guess
that makes me a politician," he said,
Citizen posts opinion at home
GRAND HAVEN, Mich. If it's
true that the appearance of a house says
a lot about its inhabitants, then city
officials believe George Zysk's house
says too much.
Zysk, 73, has plastered the front of
his two-story home with about 50 hand
painted, wooden signs expressing his
opinions on city issues ranging from
traffic to taxes.
City officials want the signs taken
"I'll go to jail, but I'm not taking
them down," Zysk said, adding that the
city is trying to stifle his freedom of
Most of the 2-foot-by-3-foot signs
complain about ihe city's leadership
and specific' projects, like the proposed
expansion of the local airport.
"Whenever I thought something was
unfair, I tried to let the people riding by
know it," said Zysk, who also is known
for expressing his dissatisfaction at City
Council meetings and in letters to the
editor. Most of the signs went up during
the last year.
"Clean out City Hall sweep out
dictators Nov. 7," reads one of his
crudely produced pre-election signs.
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