North Carolina Newspapers

    October 9, 1970
Page Eight
UNC Cainm puis Gale midair
THE DAILY TAR HEEL
The State Affairs Committee will meet
Oct. 12 in the Union. All members are
urged to attend.
Students initiated last spring into the
Freshman Honors Society may pick up
membership certificates and keys in 303
D South Bldg.
There will be a meeting of committee
chairman of the International
Handicrafts Bazaar on Tuesday evening,
Oct. 13, on the second floor of the
YM-YWCA.
The Association of Women Students
will meet Monday Oct. 12 at 6:45 in
room 2 1 7 of the Union.
Make-up exam for Beuavie's Econ 31
(spring 70) will be held at Gardner 105
at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 15. A review session
will be held there at 7:30 Oct. 13. See
Larry McRae in Hanes 400 G for more
information.
The India Association of UNC will
meet in the School of Public Health
lounge Saturday, Oct. 10, at 2 p.m. The
Association is concerned with the cultural
aims of the country. Public is invited.
Several roles are still open in the opera
'The Ballad of Baby Doe" being
presented by the Music Department.
Anyone wishing to audition may contact
Mr. Porco, room A, Hill Hall, 933-1093
or come by room 103 on Thursday from
7-9 p.m.
Alpha Epsilon Delta will hold its first
Weekend Free Flicks
Tonight, "FUN AND FANCY FREE."
An animated cartoon feature by Walt
Disney about Bongo, a circus bear who
faces problems when he escapes into the
wilds of nature. And, "A WORLD IS
BORN" from "FANTASIA," also by
Disney. This is entertainment for really
straight straights, or really freaky Freaks,
depending on your view point.
Saturday, "SECRET CEREMONY."
Mia Farrow and Elizabeth Taylor star in
the story of a demented young girl and an
aging prostitute in the psychological
drama. To be shown with 'THE
CRITIC "
Sunday, "PERSONA." A Swedish
movie directed by Ingmar Bergman. A
story of two women and their need for
mutual identification...
Speaking of I.D.'s, bring yours along
to the flick. It's the only way to get in,
you know.
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The Mini-Lesson lasts only one hour.
But in that brief time, you'll discover the thrill of reading almost as fast as
you can turn the page.
The Mini-Lesson is a free introduction to our Evelyn Wood Reading
Dynamics Course. In addition to speed, this course improves memory and study
skills.
The Mini-Lesson is free and open to the public.
This week's Mini-Lesson Schedule
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QEfiBDG S STDBY SEDTEff
meeting Monday, Oct. 12, at 7 p.rn in
room 226 of the Med School.
The Student Leadership Development
Commission is having interviews from 3-6
p.m. in room 205 of the Union this week.
The program consists of three weekends
of training in leadership. Applications are
available at the Union desk, or call
942-5890.
Beginning Israeli dancing will be
taught this Monday, Oct. 12, from 7:30-9
p.m. at the Hillel Foundation, 210 W.
Camerson Ave. All students are welcome.
Intensive language study courses are
being taught by the ISC in French,
German and Spanish. Sign up in the'
lobby of Can Dorm.
LOST-tan, four divider notebook with
class notes. Contact Brad Hayes at
96704826. Reward. FOUND-keys found
between Grimes and Davie. Call and
identify. 967-5017.
Ike And Tina
Tickets are still available at the
Union information desk for the Ike
and Tina Turner Concert tomorrow
night in Carmichael Auditorium.
All tickets are $2.00. with
students limited to four tickets per
I.D. card.
Union activities officials
reported Thursday that the concert
should be characterized by a better
"sound." They said Union sound
equipment would be utilized to a
maximum extent to ensure listening
enjoyment.
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"THE NIGHT THOREAU. SPENT IN JAIL." the
opening production of the Carolina Playmakers 1970-71
season, begins ticket. sales Monday, October 12, at the
Business Office in Graham Memorial Building and at
Ledbetter-Pickard in downtown Chapel Hill. The
production is scheduled for October 20-25 at 8 p jti. at the
Plavmakers Theatre.
"Thoreau" has been hailed as a modern masterpiece by
the nation's critics. The Playmakers production will mark
the Southern premiere of the work which is later slated for
filming by Universal Studios and a possible Broadway
production.
Malcolm Groome, a senior BFA Dramatic Art major, will
play the role of Henry David Thoreau. Phil Whitehill plays
Ralph Waldo Emerson with Debbie Bloodworth as Lydian
Emerson. Skip Lefler plays John and Mary Linda Key pbys
Ellen Sewell. The production is directed by Thomas
Patterson.
All tickets for "Thoreau" are S2.50. Telephone
reservations may be made by calling the Playmakers
Business Office at 933-1 121.
Other Playmakers productions include 'The Knack," a
zany comedy which ran on Broadway for two years, to he
presented at the Playmakers Theatre Nov. 17-22.
"Woyzeck," the tragic drama of a soldier and his search
for a meaning to life, comes to the Graham Memorial
Lounge Theatre the week of Dec. 8.
'The Boy Friend" will run the week of Feb. 23 at the
Playmakers Theatre, and "Much Ado About Nothing" is
scheduled for March 16-23 in the Graham Memorial Lounge
Theatre.
A sampling of what you can eat at Eat at joe's:
JOE'S BEEF
REGULAR JOE an ordinary all-American hamburger 20C
REGULAR JOE VVCHEESE . . which makes it a cheeseburger 25C
STACKED JOE a double-decker version of the
Regular Joe WCheese 49C
BIG JOE for the slightly more voracious appetite . . .
and the quarter-pound weight claim doesn't even include the lettuce,
tomatoes, onions and sesame seed bun 60C
BIG JOE WCHEESE as if you could ask for anything more 65C
OTHER WEIRD JOES
HONEST JOE a frankfurter, of course 35C
ACTOR JOE a ham sandwich what else?. 69C
SAILOR JOE would you believe, a submarine 79C
ETHNIC JOE. . . . knockwurst, pastrami and Swiss 89C
TO QUAFF
JOE'S REGULAR BREW a bit drafty . 35C
JOE'S CANNED BREW . . 45C
OTHER ORDINARY STUFF . . like Cokes, coffee, and even milk,
all priced within a student's means
WHAT IS EAT AT JOE'S?
Well, it's not a class joint. On the other hand, it's not a greasy spoon, either.
Hopefully you won't find a one in the place. The food is good. And cheap.
And fast. And nearby.
AND WE HAVE A "GRADE A" SANITATION RATING!
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behind the tire rack at Oble Davis Esso
225 N. Greene
Greensboro
274-1571
    

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