Wednesday. April 18. 1973 Campus Calendar Ca.dets Lottery rank important The Daily Tar Heel rank win Room sign up for those students who wish to change dorms will be held April 25, 26 and 27 in the Housing Office in Bynum Hall. Those students who participated in the lottery should check the lottery schedule posted in Bynum and on the window of The Daily Tar Heel office to determine when to sign up for a room. Students are urged to appear at the proper time or risk losing their place in the lottery list. Coed among those arrested at protest A Carolina student and two Chapel Hill residents were arrested Monday with five" other persons at the Military Ocean Terminal at Sunny Point, N.C. after participating in an anti-war demonstration. The demonstration was done in the "complete spirit of non-violence," said Sally Ann Munro, a graduate student in RTVMP, the coed who was arrested. The Chapel Hill residents arrested were John Wagner and Lucy Wagner. Also arrested were William Ramsey, Mrs. Lyle 4 professors win fellowship Four UNC professors are among 339 scholars, scientists and artists to receive John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowships for 1973. Dr. Stephen B. Baxter, history professor, " will study the history of Britain and Hanover from 1739 to 1763. Baxter, a Massachusetts native, received his B.A. from Harvard and his Ph.D. from Cambridge, England. Dr. R.C. Elson, biostatistics professor I The CAROLINA FORUM r of the CAROLINA UNION presents A READING Lawrence Ferliiig THURSDAY, APRIL 19 MEMORIAL HALL nn in Superex is For (ree literature rx 3 CD CO HI z o o Q ATE 31 UUr. IT OF ft PAA. TONIGHT IS M30UUA6 NI6HT HI. cunt! THMKS FOR. COM 'A6 OUT TO M5ET 1 1 i ATE 3 If a student is unable to sign up for a room at the time his lottery number is scheduled to appear, he can have a friend sign up for him. The student signing must have the completed room application card and housing contract in order to sign up for a room. Yesterday afternoon concluded sign up procedures for those students who wish to stay in their present dorms. The Office of Residence Life will begin filing Snider and Joseph Alvarez, all of Durham; Joe Volk of High Point; and Liz Wheaton of Greensboro. The eight were charged with impeding traffic. The demonstration culminated two days of protest activities by North Carolina peace groups centering on the MOTSU facility. The protesters were objecting to the shipment of ammunition and bombing ordinance that usually leave the base for Indochina. and research associate in pathology, received his B.A. and M.A. in natural sciences from Cambridge University and his Ph.D. in animal breeding from Cornell University, N.Y. His research will focus on analytical methods in human genetics. History professor Dr. John M. Headley, a Princeton graduate, received his Ph.D. from Yale University. He will prepare a critical edition of the autobiography of Mercurino de Gattinara. ADMISSION Those interested in attending the reception for Ferlinghetti may apply v. i) utoq io m 01 msmr vm&w On Superex Stereophones, you can actually feel music run right through your body. Even the finest speakers can't touch the physical sensations you get with Superex. Take the PRO-B VI. With a woofer and tweeter in each earcup, plus a full crossover network. So a pure rush of music enters each of your ears and travels straight to your toes. For $60.00, feel a guitar travel down your spine. Or a drum roll up your leg. Feel the comfort of Con-Form ear cush ions, when you lie back and just feel mellow. In case you want to dance around, there's a 15 foot cord. The PRO-B VI is guaranteed in writing for two years. Compare the PRO-B VI in performance and price, and you'll see why the best sound investment around. Superex Stereophones Feel what you hear write:Superex Electronic Corp.. Dept. X . 151 Ludlow St.. In Canada, Superior Electronics Inc., Montreal. You're tawnsawackr GAMBLING? 6AMH BECAUSE Of ATE3I X. CANT WAT TO DivoRce. you! i procedures today in order to determine available rooms in University housing. "The sign up procedure has gone pretty well. Only a few students missed signing up for rooms by the deadlines announced," said Elizabeth Nail of the Housing Office. The new sign-up form with the housing contract attached was credited with saving time in this year's procedures. No summer school room sign up will take place until April 30. According to officials, there is no shortage of summer school housing on campus but a student should not wait until the first day of classes to apply for a room. If more students wish to live indorms during the summer than have presently been predicted additional dorms will be opened. According to housing office officials, the only dorm rooms presently available for incoming freshman girls are on South Campus. All north campus dorm quotas in women's dorms have been filled for incoming students. The Housing Office does not assign off-campus housing. Many students have requested this service. The Housing Office does maintain a listing of realtors in Chapel Hill and posts notices of available rooms on a bulletin board in the Housing Office. Dr. Brooks Otis, Paddison Professor of Latin, will study the transcendence of tragedy. A Harvard graduate, Otis joined the UNC faculty in 1970 after teaching at Earlham College, Hobart College and Stanford University. The four UNC fellowship recipients were selected from a field of 2,416 applicants from the U.S. and Canada. The 1 973 Guggenheim awards total more than $3,850,000. 8:00 P.M. FREE WITH I.D. at the Union Desk. PRO-B VI Sugg. Retail Price $60.00 Yonkers. N. Y. 10705. WHO IN THE UJORLP WOULP EVEK BET ON OUR TEAM 6AM8LK6? ATE 31 - CmoaJ, TPOuJri 6T rr MTHf ietti-! Today's activities The UNC Sailing Team will meet at 8:30 in room 202 of the Union. Beginner and intermediate classes will be held. Rev. Preston Jones, Black Chaplain on the UNC campus, will be discussing Black films with special emphasis on Sounder at 4 p.m. in the upstairs lounge of the Wesley Foundation. Everyone is invited. The YM-YWCA is opening applications for the selection of chairperson for - the International Handicrafts Bazaar committees of Display, Appalachia and Inventory. Come to the Y building, room 102, today to sign up for interviews held Thursday, April 19. The Institute of Latin American Studies will hold its weekly informal luncheon meeting from noon to 1:30 p.m. in 370 Hamilton Hall. All interested faculty members, students and friends are urged to bring lunch and come. There will be a lecture on Transcendental Meditation and the Science of Creative Intelligence entitled "A Vision of Possibilities" Scholarship to aid women Chi Omega donated a $40,000 endowed scholarship for women to the University Saturday night at the sorority's 50th anniversary banquet at the Carolina Inn. An undergraduate coed from North Carolina, finishing in the top quarter of her senior class in high school and needing finance for college, will receive the first Chi Omega Endowed Scholarship for Women this fall. The scholarship will amount to $2,000 annually. The donation by the Epsilon Beta Chapter of Chi Omega ended a two-day celebration of the sorority's 50th year at UNC. More than 200 alumnae, representing classes from 1923 to 1973, attended the celebration on April 13 and 14. Personal Happy Birthday Yesterday, Hairy Hiney. Love, Your Wee Wee. For Sale 1965 DODGE CORONET Good Condition, 75,000 miles. $275, Call 933-3519. 1968 PONTIAC LeMANS, 350, PS. PB, AC. $1200. Call 968-9193 or 929-1495 and leave message. - - - " ". FOR SAIL; 13Vz SAILFISH. Also 24" Elec. Stove, golf clubs, blue chest. Call 929-8789 , after 6. . MOTORCYCLE: 1969 Triumph Bonneville ; 12,000 miles, chopped black chrome. Call ' 942-1783 after 7 pm. 1972Vz HONDA 175CB - excellent condition, original equipment, never dropped or mistreated, low mileage. 80 miles to the gallon, helmet included. $495 call 967-7282. 1971 KAWASAKI 350 Barely broken in, only 2500 miles. $650.00 968-5074. FOR SALE: 1971 TRIUMPH 650cc Bonneville. A real strong bike for a strong man. Also for sale 8V2 boa. Needs a good home. Call 929-9997. CAR 65 VW Squareback. Rebuilt. Good engine, good frame, bad body: accident victim. 929-9438, 6-12 PM, Jeff or Steve. Clean dependable '67 VW BUS with luggage rack, radio, gas heater, good tires. Drive and make offer. Phone 942-5529. FOR SALE: EPIPHONE flattop acoustical guitar wcase. Almost new. Retailed $175.00. Will sell for $100 even. Call Rick, 967-7221. OVER 500 RECENT STEREO ALBUMS FOR ; SALE $.25 - $2.00 All types Wed. April 18th through Friday April 20th, 12-6 pm. at TOWN HALL near Coffee Shop. Beatles, Stones, - Dylan, etc. - FOR SALE: GITANE folding bicycle, 3 speed derailleur, built in generator light, good' ' condition. Was $95. Best offer. Call 933-6436. FOR SALE, sofa bed, 6 chair dining rooom set, rugs, tab'es, desk, curtains, pictures. Good : condition. Good price. 967-5346. 1970 TRIUMPH 250 motorcycle- metallic grey and black, high bars, new points, recently tuned, new engine, helmet Included. Price: $375 CaU Jim at 968-9086. - FOR SALE. 1972 HONDA CB350. Only seven hundred miles! $650 negotiable. Helmet included. Excellent transportation. Call - 942-1087 before 10 p.m. 1953 "6 ton CHEV PICK-UP. New block- 1969. New head - 1972. New H.D. Trans - 1972. 38 inch steel bed. Damn Good Truck. 967-3234 aft. 5:00. For Sale: Sony TC - 366 Reel-to-Reel Tape Deck. IVj years old. Excellent Condition. Also Classic & Popular tapes for sale. 942-8169. 1964 VW rebuilt engine 1968 body, terrible but it runs. $100.' 967-1543, 6-10 p.m. FOR SALE: Beautiful GUITAR: Classical Yamaha. Perfect condition. Great tone, wcase $55.00. Call 929-7908. LOWEST PRICES: on name brand cameras. Call about this weeks special. Rep. for distributor. Call Larry - 489-9445. FOR SALE: Two custom-designed floor SPEAKERS with finished cabinets ($50). SKI RACK for small cars. Pioneer 770X Receiver, 630 Miracord turntable, W600 Wharfedale speakers, Teac 410S tape deck. CaU Allen Boyd 968-9305. 5-7 p.m. 67 MGB-GT. New paint - red. Wire wheels, new clutch. Perfect body and mechanical. $1000. 942-6297 Bill. STEREOS: LOWEST DISCOUNT PRICES ON FINEST AUDIO EQUIPMENT, FULL WARRANTIES, AGENT FOR DISTRIBUTOR, CALL ANN at 942-7172. then visit 1510 Cumberland Rd- GIGANTIC MISCELLANEOUS SALE. Furniture, Stereo Amplifier, Oldie But Goodie 45's and Albums, Books. Lumber, Mattresses, and Odds and Ends. All reasonable offers accepted. 942-6635 Evenings. FOR SALE: 1972 HONDA CL 350. In perfect condition. Only 2000 miles. 2 helmets included. $675.00 or best offer. Call 942-1995. ALBUMS for sale, (large collection, mostly rock & roll), also ANTIQUE FUR COATS (?). plus PIPES (collected from Atlanta, NYC. etc) Saturday 42173 12:00 - 5:0O. 307 Pritchard Ave. (Off Rosemary beside the Shack). D at 7:30 p.m. in Hamilton Hall Auditorium. The speakers will be Mr. and Mrs. Ken Leavitt, teachers of TM. Admission is free. The Chapel Hill Peace Center will meet at 8 p.m. in the Friends' Meeting House on Raleigh Road to hold nominations and elections of officers, create standing committees, and decide on a permanent location for the Center. AJI interested people are invited to attend. UNC Scuba Club will meet at 7 p.m. in room 103 Woollen Gym. The UNC Outing Club will meet at 7:30 In the Union. Union Grove, canoeing and post final outings will be discussed. Miss Patricia Rieker will speak on "Social Aspects of Chronic Illness" at 3:30 in the auditorium of the Biological Sciences Research Center. Lost and Found Found: Female's gold watch in front of Planetarium. Call Cal at 968-9215. Lost: Orange checkbook in Greenlaw area. Call 942-2694. Found: one ring In Granville South March 28. Call 933-7415. Lost: Prescription sunglasses in black frames (American Optical) Inside black case. Reward. Call Jon Buth at 966-3002 or 929-1247. Lost: a box of apple jacks. Call 933-6125 if found. Found: Glass fixture for chem course has turned up in Geology Library in Mitchell Hall. Come over and get it or call 3-2386. Lost At Campus Carnival Lillington High School ring. Yellow gold, green stone, initials LPF. Reward if found. Call Paul, 933-7844. Architecture & Industrial Arts Students TUBES PLEXIGLAS R0DS SHEETS ALL COLORS - WE CUT TO SIZE BARGAIN BARREL FOR CUTOFFS COMMERCIAL PLASTICS 731 W. HARGETT ST. phone: 834-251 1 RALEIGH, N.C. 27603 OVER $1000.00 WORTH OF CIT. BAND 2-WAY RADIO EQUIP. $500 TAKES 3 23-CHANNEL TRANSCEIVERS, 3 75-WATT LINEAR AMPS, BEAM ANT, POWER MIKES, MORE! 477-0021. 1965 VW for sale. Rebuilt engine. 4 new tires. Must Sell. $425.00 call 942-1832 Between 6-10 p.m. ROCK CLIMBERS CAVERS BACKPACKERS: Quality equipment at decent prices! Alpine Designs, Denali, Forrest, Ocate, Premier, Trailwise, and more, including climbing ropes and hardware! Outings Unlimited, Box 5442, Raleigh, N.C Phone 833-5247 week nights 5-10 p.m. FOR 'SALE 1 new tire for VW $15. 1 VW Luggage Rack $10. 1 Sears electric adding machine $25-942-4726. .- - Rent FOR RENT (Starting May 15-June 1): 4 Bedroom House in Hillsborough, Twelve minutes from campus, $185month. Deposit required. Call 732-4014. Apartment for 1st summer session. Completely furnished. 2 blocks from campus. $150, utilities included. Chuch 942-1148. ROOMMATE WANTED: Liberal third roommate wanted for University Gardents Apt. Phone 967-4914 between 7:30 and 8:30 pm. ROOMMATE WANTED to share 2-bedroom in Cedar Court Apts. 2 floor, bath-and-a-half, AC, pool, dishwasher. MUST be a non-smoker. $72.50 V2 utilities. Prefer grad student. Available May 15. Call Bruce 929-4426 5-7 p.m. LARGE FOUR ROOM HOUSE for summer appliances, sparingly furnished for $150 per month, lVu miles from campus. Call 942-1864. SUBLET FOR SUMMER May 15-Aug. 15 2 BR 2 Baths Pool AC Shag Carpet FURNISHED! King's Arms 933-7334. To Sublet May 1-Aug. 15. Quiet, spacious 2 bedroom apartment. 2 blocks from campus on McCauley St. $150 monthly. 933-5711 after 6 p.m. FOR RENT: 2-Bedroom apartment with air-conditioning, all electric, within walking distance from campus; Call 929-8791. Sublet 2 bdrm Apt. completely furnished. AC All or Part of April 10-Aug. 1. Near campus. $135month. FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED MAY AUGUST, Private Bedroom, Completely furnished. $48.75mo. plus Vz utilities (NO AC). Very Comfortable! 929-6065, 933-1340 Joann. For Rent 3 Bedroom, lVz bath mobile home. Furnished. Electrical appliances. Washer. Water and trash included. $100month. Available May 15. Call 967-5037. Apartment to sublet. May thru August. 2 bdrm, liv. rm. kitch., din. rm bath. Furnished. $170 month. C-ll Broadmoor. Call 489-4609 after 5 or 489-2302 or day 933-7587 ask for Joe. Need a female roommate? I'm looking for an apartment to share with student or working girl this summer and fall. Private room preferred. Call Jean 933-2752 mornings and evenings. -Wanted either a liberal male who wants to rent an apartment for summer school with someone or someone who presently has an apartment . and needs a roommate for summer school. Price negotiable. Contact at 933-2441. WANTED: Male Roommate Mid-May to August. Furnished, T.V., Pool, Air conditioning. $75.00 Rent Plus Utilities. Call 942-8224. I NEED SOMEWHERE TO LIVE STARTING IN MAY. WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH EASY TO GET ALONG WITH FEMALES. CALL 942-1891 AFTER FIVE-THIRTY. FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apartment in Estes Park complex. New, clean. Pool and laundry facilities. Air-conditioned. Unfurnished. Available first week of May. Call 967-1518. Beautiful A-Frame House in Country. 3 bedrooms, A.C Lake. Swimming, Boating, Mid-May End AugusL Want it? Call 967-4811 evenings. FOR RENT: 1 bedroom APARTMENT. Shag carpet, air-conditioning, pool, etc Estes Park Apts, Carrboro. Starting late May. DISCOUNT to first taker. 929-7908. Need one apartment for 2 single females $110-$135. From June-August within walking distance of campus. Call 942-7472. First year male law student is looking for a private room or a single apartment starting in fail. Call 933-2571 before April 30. Girls to sublease 2 bedroom furnished apt. Call 967-6244. Bicycling distance from campus. on May 13 Carolina's senior ROTC cadets will be commissioned as officers May 13 in Hill Hall. The Air Force will commission 22 second lieutenants; the N3vy will commission 27 ensigns and the Marine Corps will commission one second lieutenant. This year's speaker will be Brig. Gen. Harry N. Cordes, a deputy chief of staff for intelligence at Strategic Air Command Headquarters. He has received numerous decorations and service awards, including the Army Commendation Medal and the National Defense Service Medal. A reception will be held after the ceremony in the faculty lounge of Morehead Planetarium. This little piggy stayed home and used the DTH Want Ads. Needed Responsible persons to sublet furnished four bedroom house eight miles In country, beginning In May. Two bathrooms, washer & dryer. Reasonable price. After 8:00 p.m. 544-1876. 2 Bedroom Apartment to sublet: June-August (or December if you want it) $150 Call 942-1650 (or 942-1175 and ask for Ellie or Carmen). Need 3 Roomates for Large 4 Bedroom House in Country Summer andor Fall Call immediately if interested or will have to give up lease. 544-3402 after 8 pm. Ted. Available May 15. 2 bedroom 10 x 55 AC mobile home $110 per month. 3Vz miles from campus. Phone 929-2854 or 942-1749. , . " ' ' To sublet May 1-Aug. 15. Quiet. "Spacious 2 bedroom apartment. 2 blocks from campus on McCauley St. $150 monthly. 933-5711 after 8 p.m. Miscellaneous TRAVEL ROUND THE WORLD THIS SUMMER or anytime. Sail foreign ships, no . experience, men or women, good pay. Make plans now. Send self-addressed envelope, - iwaceaon ini'i, box zz, irvingion, ru. uiii. HELP! Lost my Key Ring playing basketball at ', Tin Can. Fifteen keys, RMP monogram. Call 929-3250. SUMMER JOBS: $890mo. College men, H.S. ' seniors. MUST BE: Hard worker, willing to I relocate, independent, at least 2.0 av. Call 929-9692. WE'RE CHANGING OUR HOURS. THE CLEAN MACHINE will still be open 6 days a week and we will still take our luxurious hour off for lunch from 12-1- But now we will open at 10 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. We hope more of you also will take a fench break for physical and mental refreshment. Thanks for understanding. LAMBERT CYCLES ARE HERE. BLACK'S EDITING AND TYPING SERVICE. Theses Manuscripts Reports Course Papers Letters Documents 12:01-6:00 p.m. 7:00-11:59 p.m. (Closed weekends). To Reserve a typist, please call 942-7142. $10 reward for return, or information leading to return, of wide-brimmed black leather western hat, lost mid-March on UNC South Campus. Call 967-5617. Wanted Ride needed to Columbia, S.C. expenses. Call Susan 933-5113. Will share Wanted to Buy: LIONEL TRAINS, AMERICAN FLYER TRAINS ANY TYPE. CONDITION. Going Home for Easter? Bring Them Back with You. Chapel Hill 967-1632, Durham 544-3053. READERS NEEDED. Those Interested in reading for the blind, paid or volunteer, please call 966-3049 between 9 and 12 a.m. for further information, NEED CASH FOR SUMMER? Want to buy rock, folk and blues albums. Also Oldie but Goodie 45"s. Good Prices Paid. Jim 942-6635 Evenings. Wanted: Ride to D.C area Thursday 19 April or early Friday. Will pay gas and share driving. One way or return April 23 (if possible.) 942-6888. Jo. Wanted: Male to share three bedroom furnished apt. with three others in Durham. Five minutes from campus. $53.75 per month utilities, call 489-0466. Typist wanted to type research paper 20-25 pages. Footnotes at bottom of each page. Call 933-7176 or 933-5048. WANTED: 1 or 2 LAW or GRADUATE STUDENTS to Share 2 Bedroom, AC, Carpeted Apartment with-. Pool. Apx. May 10-Aug. 25. Call 967-3872 or 967-7873. GRADUATE OR UNDERGRADUATE MALE OR FEMALE with one introductory course in statistics. EARN CASH according to performance in a COMPUTER CONTROLLED DECISION MAKING EXPERIMENT. Call 2-5 p.m. (93)3-2325. COUNSELORS Cedar Mountain. N.C. WANTED: Qualified male to instruct sailing and tennis at the SUMMIT CAMP for Boys June 12th to August 22, 1973. Also wanted: Qualified female to teach archery, crafts and ballet, at SUMMIT CAMP for Girls, same dates as above. Contact: Ben Cart. Box 6880. Greenville. S.C 29606. NEEDED: A. One Binocular Microscope for Dental School. B. Information leading to obtaining House or Apt. near campus for next fall. $50 Reward. Write F. Ausband. Box 573 Banner Elk. N.C 28604. aJ.

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