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The Daily Tar HeelThursday, November 30, 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
Deadline doesn't deter gold
From Associated Press reports
NEW YORK An FBI agent and a
deputy prosecutor in Los Angeles were
too late for the gold, but they get the
glory. They have solved the mystery of
the $500,000 Golden Horse treasure
Alone among the tens of thousands
who sought the buried treasure, they
deduced that the Golden Horse was
buried in Tennessee Pass, 10,400 feet
above sea level, along the Continental
Divide in Colorado.
Nick Boone and Anthony Castaneda,
who spent more than five years work
ing separately on the puzzle, told The
even if I was registered in Chapel Hill,
I would not have voted anyway."
Town council member David
Pasquini said the town government in
Chapel Hill had a beneficial setup for
students, but it was up to the students to
take advantage of the situation.
"The town government is well-organized
because it gives students the
opportunity to make an input that even
our board members or commissions
can't make. It's few and far between
when students become involved in town
"They only take advantage of the
situation when it is a matter which
affects them directly. A good example
of this would be the issue over the noise
ordinance. Students spoke up when
ever they realized they could be af
fected." At the same time, Pasquini said he
empathized with the students.
"I was a student once, and I realize
how hard it is to get involved in town
government. As a student, I was always
busy so there doesn't seem like there is
enough time to get involved in local
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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
Associated Press on Tuesday they had
solved the riddle, and the people who
ran the contest don't disagree.
"We have no comment about the
site, but we will acknowledge and
confirm that he's given us totally con
vincing proof that he found the exact
location," Thomas Conlon, president
of D.L. Blair, said after speaking to
Boone. Blair, the national sales promo
tion company that oversaw the contest,
has refused to divulge the solution.
Boone, 45, an FBI agent for 1 8 years,
was the FBI's case agent for planning
and security at the 1984 Olympic games.
"I know what it is to have a letdown
Hildebolt said that the involvement
of students in town government was
better than it had been in the past, but
that there was still room for improve
ment. "For the first time we have a town
council liaison, and we hope this leads
to forming liaisons for other boards, in
particular the planning board."
While Hildebolt works on the Board
of Transportation, he said three other
students served on town advisory
boards. Win Burke serves on the Hous
ing Advisory Board, Mark Bibbs on the
Human Services Advisory Board, and
Matt Heyd on the Historic District
Hildebolt said he encouraged stu
dents to get involved by talking to him
about applying for specific board posi
tions. In the past it has been nearly
impossible to get a student elected to a
council position, but it is Hildebolt's
goal to see a student become competent
enough to win an election by 1991. He
added this could only happen if stu
dents stayed in close contact with the
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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
- digging duo
after a long haul," Boone said. 'Tom
and I are looking to see if we can find
another good contest."
The puzzle was offered to the public
in 1984 as a story titled 'Treasure: In
Search of the Golden Horse," which
was released as a book, videotape and
laser disc. The story contained arcane
and complex clues to the puzzle.
Contestants had until midnight of
May 26 to find a statuette of a horse
buried somewhere in the United States.
The horse was made of 2.2 pounds of
pure gold and contained a key to a safe
deposit box containing a 20-year annu
ity for $25,000 a year.
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Pasquini said students needed to be
informed of what happened on a daily
basis in town government, and he cred
ited The Daily Tar Heel for its consis
"The Daily Tar Heel does as good, if
not a better job, than the local papers on
its information about the town coun
cils. The journalism classes deserve
credit as well for sending students to
the board meetings as requirements."
Hildebolt said he was pleased with
the student involvement in the general
affairs of Chapel Hill. He said students
were participating in such noteworthy
organizations as the Inter-Faith
Council's Community Kitchen, a place
where homeless and poor people can
get free meals; Student Homeless Out
reach Coalition (SHOC), an organiza
tion that saw students from Chapel Hill
march in Washington and sleep outside
overnight to raise public awareness
about the homeless; and the Big Buddy
program, a program that pairs a student
with a child to provide the child with a
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same deadline schedule as Campus
Calendar. Please use the same form.
2 p.m.: University Career Plan
ning and Placement Services will hold
Job Hunt 101: Basic information on
how to use UCPPS office for seniors
and graduate students in 306 Hanes
3:30 p.m.: Psi Chi meeting in 301
Davie. Any member interested, please
come by to help organize our resource
4 p.m.: UCPPS will hold a career
planning workshop for freshmen
through juniors in 210 Hanes Hall.
Walk for Humanity will meet in
the Campus Y lounge.
4:30 p.m.: UCPPS will hold an In
ternshipsExperiential Learning Work
shop: Introductory session on intern
ship basics and how to find one in 209
5 p.m.: The Network for Minority
Issues will have a meeting in 205 Un
ion. Minority group leaders will dis
cuss race problems at UNC.
Student Government's Minority
and Women's Affairs committee will
have a general meeting in Suite C of the
5:45 p.m.: The Baptist Student Un
ion will have its weekly meeting at the
Battle House across from Kenan Resi
dence Hall. The program is on summer
missions. Come learn about these great
6 p.m.: Presbyterian Campus Min
istry will have its undergraduate din
ner at the Student Center, 1 10 Hender
6:30 p.m.: UCPPS announces a re
ception by NCNB in the UNC Ball
room at the Carolina Inn.
7 p.m.: The UNC Outing Club will
meet in 205 Union.
N.C. FellowsLeadership Develop
ment presents a workshop on the valu
able skill of delegation. No organiza
tion or group can function effectively
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join us in 213 Union.
8 p.m.: CUAB Cabaret presents
Nikki Meets the Hibachi in the Caba
ret. Tickets are on sale at the Union
desk for $2.
UNC Wind Symphony will per
form in Hill Hall Auditorium. Free! For
further information call 962-1039.
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 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
Hall. Interested in earning 3 hours of
passfail credit? Tutors are needed for
the spring semester in the above listed
subjects. Applications are available in
106 Phillips Annex.
Handel's "Messiah" will be per
formed Dec. 9 at 8 p.m. and Dec. 10 at
3 p.m. in Hill Hall Auditorium. Origi
nal Handel score, Ensemble Courant
Baroque Orchestra, renowned soloists,
baroque chorus. Tickets on sale in
advance for $10 for the public, $8 for
senior citizens and $5 for students.
Phone 962-1039 for more information.
A collaborative exhibition titled
"Cross Words" by a group of artists
called the "League of Ten" will be
shown at the Hanes Art Center Glass
Gallery through Dec. 1 .
Sign up continues at the Learning
Skills Center in 204 Phillips Annex for
$35, 8-week, test preview sessions for:
GMAT, LSAT, GRE and MCAT. Ses
10 Visits $20.00
5 Visits $10.00
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sion I: January through March. Session
II: March through May. Session II
LSAT nearly closed out.
Student Health Service Advisory
Board and Student Government are
now accepting applications for a SHS
Student Liaison Subcommittee. Now is
your chance to be active and heard.
Applications and information in Suite
C and at the Union front desk.
The Carolina Week by Week Cam
pus Calendar exposes you. Deadline
for fall photographs is Dec. 1. Contact
Christie Blom at 967-4783 for more
"The Nutcracker: A Play" will be
performed Nov. 29 through Dec. 23 at
the Paul Green Theatre. Matinees at 2
p.m. Sundays, Dec. 3, 10 and 17, and;
Saturday, Dec. 23; other performances '.
at 8 p.m. Dec. 5 through 9, Dec. 12;
through 16, Dec. 19 through 23. No
performance on Sunday, Dec. 24. Single
tickets are $ 1 2.50 for previews; $25 for
opening night, which includes a recep-,
tion; $7 for adults on Tuesdays; $ 15 on
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays;
and $17.50 on Fridays and Saturdays;
Discounts available for senior citizens,"
children under 16 and groups of 10 or."
more. Visa and MasterCard accepted. I
For more info call 962-1 121. . :
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The decade is almost over and the Carolina
Union Film Committee is planning a Film
Festival of "80s Greaties". Voice YOUR opin
ion by picking the GREATEST films, the
MOST INFLUENTIAL films or simply your
FAVORITE films. Choose 3 and drop this
slip in the box at the Union Desk by Friday,
Raging Bull (1980)
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
Sophie's Choice (1 982)
Blood Simple (1984)
The Color Purple (1985)
Witness (1 985)
Blue Velvet (1986)
Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
The Last Emperor (1987)