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Bicycles may be registered from noon to 5
p.m. on Friday at the Pit.
' Chapel Hill police advise students to
register their bicycles early to prevent the
inconvenience of waiting in line, the
probability of which wili increase as the Dec
1 deadline approaches, Lt. Arnold Gold said
"Anybody who resides in Chapel Hill
must have their bike registered penalties
for not doing so will be as much as a $10 fine
plus court costs," Gold said.
Gold also warned students that the police
are strictly enforcing North Carolina state
motor vehicle laws, which state that bike
riders must obey traffic signals and laws.
Meeting lor students tntarasM in fh North Carolina
crater of PWO,4-t tonight, 297 Union. Oueatiena w3 b
anewafad: and rafraersfiienia Mntd
Thar wB be no meeting of fhe Forum Contrni3aa today.
Meeting of P.HA LMng AltemaQvee Comm&tee, 4 today,
285 Union. AM interested people may attend.
BSM Bowling, 850 tonight. Union bovttng alley.
AuoTSona tor Preludes V, 730 tonight. 103 Bingham.
Panal discussion on Communiealton Careers for Woman,
tonight, 282-204 Union. For information esB Margaret
Bateom or Nan Friend. SOS Bynum, 833-2591.
"Why Study Russia?" sponsored by th Carolines' Chapter
f tha American AseocfeBow of Teachere of Siavfc and
Eastern European Language arS be efcown 7 tontgnt
Oon Boon. Oaan of Stadarrta, N
on raoant dawtapmants in 8w araa of student Bfa on
Thursday Worship at Baplat Sajdent Cantor. 233 BaOa
Lane, begins I p-m. Topsc arS ba a student-tad debate on fhe
validity or invalidity of B&te study.
Candldataa tor Oranga County Board of
win maat wtlh parsons Interested In the pubSe support of day
can servieas, tonight, Wasiay Foundation
Any students Intaraatad in a aariaa of eouraas about tha
American South plsasa cal fhe Student Aeadamic Affaire
Commltee, 1-S Monday-Friday, S33-5283.
Tabto-Taft, an open discussion forum for students, faculty
and others, al maat 12rtS-2 today, Presbyterian Studant
Cantor tounge. Bring a sandwich and soft drinks wil ba
Dr. Frederick P. Crooka, chairman of tha department of
computor actonca, afl apaok on fhe topic, "Am We Bringing
In 1 W?-The Sodai Effects of Atrtomatton" S tonight In tha
01 Soctety Chambers, 3rd Boor New Wast, at tha regular
wasting of too tHaiecfc end PMtotwopie SoctatSaa. Tha
pubac la conSaBy toattad.
BaekafbaS organizational masting: Anyona Intaraatod In
trying out tor tha team ahouid ba praeent. tonight. 504
Woofian. If unable to attend, contact Coach Angaia Lumpkin.
leeetlng tor psychology majora who ara thinking about
grad school or what to do after graduation: repfeeenteltvae
from fields of business, education. P haara.
psychology, social work, guidance tasting and earaar
planning and placement aril speak and anawar cjuesBona.
CAPT. JOHN'S -g- FISH HOUSE I
Serving Fresh Seafood Daily J
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11:30 to 7:30 p.m. 5 Oz. Ribeye. Baked
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Plusl Free Squad 1 8 buttons to the 1 st
100 people contributing to the Lou
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A wide selection and great values on popular styles you'll be proud to own.
Available in UNC colors and also in the colors of your favorite sorority or
fraternity. Most items can be imprinted with your choice of names
numbers, slogans or even your own special design.
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Friday. paJholocy tfapartaaaM at Carrboro
A ttSSa fun and qiwiii arS teCow Vta ataatng.
Kka faatratlon. 1-4 today. Lowar Quad.
Items of tntemt
Get paychad up tor tha Faat Annual Bact ttaaa
Extrawagarua, coming FrMay. An aTtomoon o( tun, irofie and
hefiraislng, al lor tta CysSc Ftoroaia Raaaardt FeundaSon.
Go Tarhaata, BEAT STATE!
Friday buflet at tta Weeley Foundation afl ea a 5:45 p.av
cookput Soma affll ba going to tta State Fair afterward. Cal
42-2152 betora noon Friday tor reeenraBena.
Nomina Bona for tha order of toe Va&yrtea ara nam being
accepted. Junior and eentor women wno have been
outstanding In the Unharaity corrwm.-nity are elgibie. Women
who ara not atudenta, but have bean outstanding
contrSKitora to the University community lie, ara aleo
aligfcla. Nomina ton forma ara avertable at Union deck and
mual ba racahwd no later than Friday.
Student Government asks that any parson Interested In
helping with the Studant HeaKh Service ptease comabySutta
C between 1 and 5 p-iit.
Cards tor Absentee ballot applications can ba picked up
from tha rack beside the Union desk or at tha YDC table.
Canto must be in before Oct 30 to receive an appHcation.
Union Music committee will aponaor a dance, 730-11 JO
p.m. Friday, tha Pit to commemorate tha CeroJIne-State
game week and. The band wfil be the "Royal Kinga.'nwight
pleca band from Roanoke, Va. Oont misa mam.
If you ara a complete "Non-Animal-Prodiict-Conaumar"
please coma 2 pjn. Sunday to the Forest Theatre and find out
who eiee la into It
Christmas House needs new and repairable toys and Infant
and toddler clothing up to size 6. Barrels at Eastgala NCNB,
Fowlers Food Store, Glen wood School and Epheeua Road
School. Pickup also aval table, call Mrs. Robert Ramsay, 829-4033.
A Chapel Hill man is being sought by
police for the stabbing of his wife late
Saturday night. Chapel Hill police U.
Arnold Gold said Wednesday.
Nathaniel Brown. 511 Craig Street, has
been charged with felonious assault for
allegedly stabbing Parcnthia Brown, 223 N.
Graham St., in the right lung with a butcher
The stabbing reportedly occurred at their
Craig Street residence after an argument
between the two concerning with whom their
child would stay. Gold said.
Parenthia Brown was admitted to the
emergency room of N.C. Memorial Hospital
at 10:30 p.m. Saturday and immediately
underwent surgery. She was unable to
describe to police what had happened until
Tuesday. Her condition was listed as good
Dr. Frederick W. Brooks, chairman of the
Department of Computer Science, will be
the guest of the Dialectic and Philanthropic
Societies at their regular meeting at 8 tonight
in the Dialectic Chambers, located on the
third floor of New West. Brooks will speak
on the topic, "Are We Bringing in 1984?
The Social Effects of Automation." The
public is invited.
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