The Daily Tar Heel Monday, April 16, 1973 iv.v.v.v.w.v.v.v.w.v .v.v.v.v.v.v.-; "Year in Seville New- foreign study open Campus Calendar J 'History Today's activities Registration for the UNC Department of Romance Language's new program of study at the University of Seville in Spain will continue for several weeks. Similar in structure to UNC's Year at Lyon program, the Year-in-Seville will offer a program of study in Spanish civilization to a maximum of 20 students for an entire academic year. Professor A.V. Ebersole, assistant chairman for Spanish in the Department of Romance Languages stated, "Basically the program is open to people having a minimum of three semesters of Spanish and who are interested in living in a completely Spanish-speaking environment while at a university." Ebersole, who returned from Spain in New rush eligibility to benefit freshmen First semester freshmen will be allowed to pledge fraternities next year, according to Mike Winesette, public relations vice president for the Intra-Fraternal Council (IFC). The new policy on freshmen, part of IFC's recently adopted open rush system, will put rush on a more personal basis. "Until now," Winesette said, "potential pledges had to wait several weeks before formal rush allowed them to visit the houses and freshmen had to wait a semester. With the new informal system, brothers will make an attempt to meet freshmen and transfers over the summer, their goal being to reach them earlier than before. This way, everyone will return from summer knowing where their interests are." The purpose behind pledging first semester freshmen is to give them an unbiased view of fraternities before they become molded into dorm life and hear prejudiced opinions. They can also function as ambassador to the fraternities by providing them with names and spreading the word through the dorms. "The new system," Winesette said, "is more realistic. It will reach more people and will allow each house to conduct rush in a manner that will fit its individual needs." Although formal rush will still exist, it will be de-emphasized. Fraternities are now striving for rush on a one-to-one basis between brothers and potential pledges. Village Opticians Prescriptions Accurately Filled Lenses Duplicated Headquarters For Quality Sunglasses Contact Lenses Fitted Contact Lens Accessories CONTACT LENSES CLEANED AND POLISHED John and Lib Southern 121 E. Franklin Street Between Varsity Theatre and Intimate ?) ludgeieg Roast Beef Dinner Barbecue Chicken Veal Parmigiana Country Style Steak Corned Beef with Cabbage or Fish Filet SOUP AND SALaD WILL BE SERVED WITH ANY OF THE $.97 LUNCHEONS FOR... Mon: Tues: Wed: Thurs: Fri: GOOD 11:30-2:30 r I $1,30 0L M t)7 ! 1 Delicious medium I'izzii B a- y,-with .one ingredient HnK SI 20 Good For April 16-19 Mon.-Thurs. "Due to circumstances beyond our control, we cannot accept VT-fl checks ""til after May 15th jrv ' ksfl BRING CASH V m February after arranging the details of the new program, added that the University of Seville offers exceptional courses of instruction in the fields of general history, archaeology, and art and music history. These, and all of the other courses offered by the university, will be open to UNC students after an initial month of intensive study of Spanish beginning in the fall. 'There was no program in the state of North Carolina for a student to spend an entire academic year in Spain. Because of the success of the Lyon program, we have decided to expand," Ebersole said. Students who are interested in this program may contact Ebersole in 234 Dey Hall or the department secretary in 238 Dey for further information and applications. Cost of the program is estimated to run approximately the same as a year at UNC. Dr. Richard Thompson ol the EPA will speak on "Opportunities and Professional Growth for the Bachelors Chemist in the Federal System" at 7 p.m. in 207 Venaole. Jesiah Bunting, Army dropout and author of the best-selling novel, "The Lionheads." will speak on "Military Fiction" at 8 p.m. in 101 Greenlaw. Andrew Pulley, the 1972 Socialist Workers party candidate for vice president, will speak on "Political Power for Black America" at 8 p.m. in room 202 of the Student Union. Or. Arnold Pollard of the Stanford Research Institute will speak on "Decision Analysis Practice A Review" at 4 p.m. in 224 Phillips. Professor John Hartigan of Yale University will speak on "Block Voting in the UJM." at 2:15 p.m. in Phillips 228. Coming activities The Graduate History Society will present a talk by Dr. Robert Thompson of Yale University at 8 p.m.. Tuesday, April 17, in Dey faculty lounge, on "The Transmission of African Culture to America. The talk is open to the public. The Student-Alumni Awareness Program (SAAP) is making three short trips to Greensboro, Durham, and Fayetteville this week to talk to interested high school seniors dni! in.- - UNC AnyiHie interested JiuKJ ttil-t cithci Morey Lamplcy at 033-1024 or Susan Clarke at 968-9089. The Greensboro trip will leave Chapel Hill at 4 p.m. Tuesday; Durham, 6 p.m.. Wednesday; Fayetteville. 4 p.m.. Thursday. No trip will be overnight. UNC SCUBA club will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday. April 18, in 303 Woolen Gym. Nera Guthrie and Ted Rotante will perform at 8:30 p.m., Friday. April 20, in room 209 of the East Duke Building. A 50-cent donation is asked. A master class will be held at 1:45 p jn. in the Ark at Duke Thursday. April 19. Drs. Hartmut Spetzler and Marshall D. Meyer of Sandra Laboratories will speak on "Liquid Metal Equation of State Measurements From Holographic and Ultrasonic Interferometry Some Results to 10 kbar and 1000K" at 4 pjn., April 19, in 233 Phillips. Prof. Leon Lasden of Case Western University will speak at 2 p.m., April 19, in T-6 New Carroll on "The Application of Non Linear Programming to Large Sonar Systems Design. At 4 p.m., he will speak on "Operations Research Applications in the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court. Dr. Arnold Pollard will speak on "Decision Analysis Practice A Review" at 4 p.m., April 24, T-7 New Carroll. Miss Patricia Rieker will speak on Social Aspects of Chronic Illness" at 3:30 p.m April 18, in the auditorium of the Biological Sciences Research Center. 'Golden Fleece9 Inducts 27 The Order of the Golden Fleece inducted 27 new members in ceremonies in Gerrard Hall Friday night. The campus' highest honorary society tapped 19 undergraduates, four graduate students and four honorary members for their outstanding leadership and service to the University. James B. McMillan, federal district court judge for the western district of North Carolina, spoke at the order's public tapping. Those undergraduates inducted into the order were: Michael Terry Medford, Canton; Harold Hoyt Bangs, III, Laurinburg; Susan Anne Case, Mocksville; Steven William Esthimer, Walpole, Mass.; Lee Lovell Corum, Pleasant Garden, N.C.; Nancy Logan Haigwood, Raleigh; Pamela Louise Campbell, Winston-Salem; Reid Lloyd Phillips, Greensboro; Walter Etheridge Daniels, Manteo, N.C.; Katherine Lynn Lloyd, Carrboro. Also inducted were Frank Spmill Alexander, Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Peter Adams Barnes, Chapel Hill; David Lawrence Putnam, Asheville; Michael Lee Pool, Birmingham, Ala.; Allen Greene Mask, Jr., Hamlet, N.C.; Valerie Alayne Batts, Rocky Mount; Stephen Carter Saunders, Pensacola, Fla.; Martha Elizabeth Shore, Winston-Salem; and Marjorie Julian Mon Tues Wed 4:45 - 6:00 Large Pizza with one item $1.75 (DineJn only) Early Bird Special l The Unique Boutique I 7 $16.95 I I fe next to the Post office 1 $ jBgslb on Franklin St. yd Cnter Fiorelli Gran Turismo K its 114.50 Free tool kit while they last. j 106 N. GRAHAM ST. PHONE 942-4480 jj West End-Chapel Hill Open: 10 to 6 MON. thru SAT. B FRISBEE EBJEE0- with a Handle It Takes 2 To Play - 3 To OLE! 0L! game for skillful tosser and catcher l. Two persons form challenge team 2 Use 3 TEE BIRDS 3 TEE BIRO OLE" catch is a nesting' catch of TEE BIRD handle in flight with a second TEE BIRD Rules on each package 4 REG 5".39 EA SALE 3 for $2.88 Game Set of 3 BILLY ARTHUR'S 9-9MON-FRI Eastgate Shopping Center 9-5:30 SAT Spmill, Washington, D.C. Graduate students inducted were Bruce David Layton, Philadelphia, Pa.; Kenneth Mayer Kastleman, San Jose, Cal.; Gerald Allen Cohen, Chapel Hill; and Daniel Kennedy, Rochester. N.Y. Honorary members tapped by the second oldest such honorary in the United States were: Emanuel Joshua Evans, Durham; Daniel Hubbard Pollitt, Chapel Hill; Richard Ivor Levin, Chapel Hill; and James Bryan McMillan, Charlotte. of Rock' scheduled WCAR will kick off a review o! popular music of the past two decuJeN tonight with a presentation of "The History of Rock and Roll." Slated to begin tonight and continue through Friday from 7 p.m. to 1 am. each evening, and from 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday, the series w ill present a total of 50 hours of music and history, highlighting approximately 750 songs by popular artists of the past 20 years. WCAR Promotions Director Gary Rendsburg said, "The show promotes itself as a rockumentary. It's basically a history of rock music starting from 1953 to the present. It highlights all the great stars Elvis Presley, Fats Domino, Ray Charles, the Supremes, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Simon and Garfunkel and others." "The History of Rock and Roll" is a production of American Independent Radio, a division of Drake-Chenault Enterprises. Rendsburg commented that station personnel have contracted with American Independent Radio to present the special once during the spring semester and again during the fall. .Mebame, George s win BM run-off Willie Mebane won the chairmanship of the Black Student Movement (BSM) by a slim margin over Larry Williams in Thursday's run-off election. Ronald George won the vicehairmarv post over Leonard Lee. Mebane, a sophomore, said he was happy to be elected, arid stressed that he will work closely with Williams next year as his "right-hand man." Mebane, who is replacing Warren Carson, said one of his goals to make the BSM reponsive to the needs of black students on campus. He cited several areas of black student need in which the BSM will work, including financial aid cuts, black student admittance to the university, teacher and student discrimination and cutting of the black studies program. SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Sophomores! Attend the Naval Science Institute this summer in Newport, Rhode Island. Receive over $300 per month plus room, board, and travel allownc. Join Naval ROTC upon return to UNC and get your commission when you graduate. Entitles you to $100 per month your last two years at UNC and possible full scholarship. Contact LT OLSHINSKI at Naval Armory, UNC, 933-1198 or 933-2344 ; ocSdy Rich his O ircimestira in concert APRIL 25 8:00 PM MEMORIAL HALL GENERAL ADMISSION $2.00 Tickets on safe at Union Desk and at the Door A CAROLINA UNION PRODUCTION i 4- 4- INTERVIEWS for CAROLINA UNION COMMITTEES Current Affairs, Drama, Film, Forum, Gallery, Music, Social, Recreation, Special Projects APPLICATION and SIGN-UP at UNION INFO DESK t

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