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THE DAILY TAR HEEL
November 20. 1970
Helping Community Effort
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by Jessica Hanchar
Almost 900 needy chUdren will receive
new clothing and toys this Christmas
through the Junior Service
League-sponsored Christmas House.
Many UNC organizations and
individuals will be helping as part of the
community effort, to be held Dec. 7 and
8 at the Roberson Street Community
One such group is Pi Beta Phi sorority,
which chose the Christmas House as its
annual service project for both pledges
and sisters. They are making dental
hygiene kits, helping set up the store and
providing transportation on the shopping
days. The kits contain a comb,
toothpaste, deodorant, soap and
The Junior Service League first gets a
list of needy families from the welfare
lists, the Red Cross and Inter-Church
Council. Then, after a screening process,;
they invite the families most in need to
shop at the Christmas House.
Each family is given two coupons for
each child. One coupon is worth 100
points toward clothes, the other for toys.
The families will shop with these
coupons as if in a real store. Chapel Hill
grocery stores are providing shopping
carts, and the Pi Phi members will serve as
clerks and guides.
"It's not just a charity give-away for
these families," stressed Laura Jacobs,
pledge director of the project. "They still
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UNC News Bureau
The UNC Men's Glee Club, under the
direction of Robert Porco, will present a
concert Nov. 24, at 8 p.m. in Hill Hall.
The Tuesday Evening Series program is
sponsored by UNC's Department of
Music and is open to the public without
Director1" PorctfM has ' ketectWT fiv
Renaissance pieces, including
Union Coffee House
ToBe Open Saturday
The Union Coffee House will be open
Saturday night instead of tonight because
of the John Sebastian concert.
According to Music Committee
Chairman Peggy Baggett, the coffee house
will center around an "open mike" night.
"Anyone who would like to come and
perform for a while" is invited to do so,
added Miss Baggett.
"Any kind of talent is welcome," she
added, including poetry, dramatic
readings and any kind of music.
The Coffee House ,will be open
downstairs in the Union from
8:30-12:30. There is a 25 cents cover
This is going to be a
great weekend. Let
the HUB be the first
stop on your way to
it's the little things
that count and the
HUB can offer you
the most fantastic
selection of little
things, as well as
big things. Because,
as everyone knows, the HUB is
clothier. Have a happy victory
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choose their gifts to their children and
they are still in a shopping atmosphere.
Nothing is forced on them."
The Pi Phi's chose the Christmas
House as their service project after
receiving letters from various
organizations for help. They decided on
the House as one in which the entire
sorority could help.
"We're pretty excited about it," said
Miss Jacobs. "We're not just giving money
but actual time and physical help," she
The Christmas House was started in
1961 as a replacement for the community
Empty Stocking Fund. The communities
of Chapel Hill and Carrboro participate in
the project every year. Merchants
contribute clothing and toys while private
citizens usually contribute money.
Donations may be sent to Box 374,
Chapel Hill. Checks should be made
payable to Christmas House.
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Square Dance Set
Saturday In Union
The Union is sponsoring a square
dance Saturday night from 8:30 until
1 2:30 in the Great Hall of the Union.
Canadian members of the Toronto
Exchange will be the guests of honor at
compositions by Viadana, Hassler and
SweeUnk, and "Gloria" from the Missa
Mater Patris by Josquin des Prez. Also
included are three "Prayers" by Poulenc,
three songs "Circus Band," "At the
River," and "Serenity" by Charles Ives
and a setting of E. E. Cummings' poem,
"gncles," by Vincent PersichettL,, K
" The group will presenrthree Christmas
songs by the American composer David
Krashenbuehl, and several lighter
selections. "What Shall We Do with a
Drunken Sailer?," "Little Innocent
Lamb," and "Loch Lomond," with Eric
Ellenburg of Spencer, as soloist.
The UNC Men's Glee Club, consisting
of 35 voices, travels extensively
throughout the state and returned this
week from a three-day concert tour in the
Charlotte-Salisbury area. The group,
comprised mostly of non-music majors,
presents about 25 concerts a year. Last
year the group went to Florida, and a
similar tour is planned to New York next
The sounds of the UNC Men's Glee
Club will soon be available on a record to
be released in the next two or three
Tho Littlo Thing
Chapel Hill's leading
Panther, a black labrador retriever, poses with her litter
of fourteen puppies and her master, Cliff Alphin. The litter,
which originally consisted of fifteen pups, is the largest on
record for black labs according to the American Kennel
the dance for which Eric Olson and the
Fuzzy Mountain String Band will play.
"Everybody on campus is invited to
come both to dance and to meet the
Canadians," said Peggy Baggett, chairman
of the Union Music Committee.
Admission is free
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Chorus To Present
The University Chorus will present a
concert Sunday at 5 p.m. in the
University Methodist Church here. The
public is invited free of admission.
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is a senior majoring in Economics at
me university oi iortn Carolma at Chapel Hill. Although
Panther is not a student, she seems to have grasped all the
finer points of animal husbandry. (Staff photo by John
Robert T. Allen, a graduate assistant at
UNC and English instructor at
UNC-Greensboro, will direct the 65-voice
chorus in the presentation of J. S. Bach's
"Cantata 78, Jesu der du Miene Selle,"
with orchestra and soloists.
Featured soloists are soprano Kirsten
Falke of Katonah, N. Y.; Linda Sharp,
alto from Chapel Hill; tenor Bryan Page
of Jacksonville, Fla.;and baritone Robert
Djmiel of Wilmington.
Opus 131 SJated
By String Quartet
Perhaps the greatest of all Ludwig von
Beethoven's works, Opus 131, is inculded
in the next pair of commemorative
concerts Nov. 2122 to be performed by
the North Carolina String Quartet here
and in Durham.
The Saturday concert at 8:15 p.m. will
be presented at Duke University's East
Music Room, and the Sunday concert is
slated for 8 p.m. in Hill Hall on the
Universtiy of North Carolina campus.
The public is invited free of admission
The North Carolina String Quartet will
conclude the Beethoven series with two
concerts on Dec. 16-17, also at Duke
and on the UNC campus. The Dec. 16
concert falls on Beethoven's birthday and
will be offered in Hill Hall on the Chapel
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The Committee for Afro-American
Studies and the Carolina Union will
co-sponsor an all-night dance marathon
tonight in the Union Snack Bar after the
John Sebastian concert.
The dance will run jfrom midnight
FRIDAY UNTIL A'M' Saturday.
The pre-dawn dance was the idea oi
sophomore Eli Brown, chairman of tht
Afro-American Affairs Committee.
"The Road Band," a local rock grouj
formerly billed as the G.B. Beckingtoi
Speed Band will perform from midnigh
until 3 a.m.
After an hour's intermission, tht
Dorvels, a sou! band from Durham, wi)
play from 4 until 7 a.m.
The feature attraction of the eveing
the Dorvels have returned from ;
"If there is a band to keep people
dancing between 4 and 7 a.m.. Lord
knows it's the Dorvells," commented
Rick Gary, chairman of the Carolina
Union Recreation Committee.
"We hope lots of people come around.
It certainly was good of
Servomation-Mathias to allow us to use
the Snack Bar," he added. "They will
even be serving food."
All the tables in the Snack Bar will be
moved out to accommodate the dance.
Admission is free with a student I.D.
and the SNACK Bar will remain open
"This is the first time we've ever tried
a program of this sort," said Union
President Richie Leonard.
"A lot of campuses have had a lot of
success with pre-dawn dances," he added.
"This is an experimental program to
see is it's really true that college students
don't go to bed," Leonard quipped.
A meeting of persons interested in
attending the Revolutionary Peoples
Constitutional Convention in Washington,
D. C, will be held today at 2 p.m. in
John Wheeler, one of the Chapel Hill
organizers, said that the purpose of the
convention is "to get people together to
create a document which will speak to
the needs of all of the people of this
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