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V.ondsy, January 13, 187S
Ther w&l be meeting of tha Forum cooB&fe, I tontjM,
215 Union. All
W& lor Humtnity wffl meet to conelder landing proposals
(or the 1S7S Walk, lorvlsht, upstairs In the Y BuBding.
Croupe - under consideration Include Afrteare, World
University Service, Inter-church Council and ethers.
CaroSna Population Center ttudenMaetity lecfeire
cBecuaeloeii Polar J WerwfoC, Si J ""Buchfiroex Coaaaronco
and Population Policy." S24-4 tonight, WraSey Foundation.
Fab. 10, Chapat Kia Public Ubrary meeting room.
Registration la 12. Cafl 130-1123.
Beginning tonight, tha Guidance and Teetlng Cantor wffl
ba open 7-10 Monday evening In addition to ttm regutar t-5
Monday-Friday hour. Coma by or phono 933-217S tor an
Sludant S torts Advisory Commmee tall moat. 4 today,
Frank Porter Crahaw Lounga, Union. Plecee toy to attandt
ECOS Campus recycling win (seat 720 tonight, 205 Union. '
Imperative lor aB those Interested in racydg this semester.
Newcomers art waicoma.
Switchboard, Chapel HUTs crisis Intervention, telephone
counseling. Information and reterrai agency, art!) soon begin
a training program tor new volunteers. Those Inter tod In
apptvtng should catt 2-7177 by today.
Computation Cantar Short Couraa: "What Is a Computer
and Why.Us ItT, 3 today, 220 PhBHp. j
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5i a ' Mfin
Moting, S today, dance studio, Woman's Gym. Ptansfartne
spring performance wtt ba dlacuaaad.
Carolina Craw Ctub wta meet 733 "tonight. 2S7 Union.
Anyone tntaraatad welcome to como"-epecia0y naad amafl
people to co boats both man and woman.
items of Interest
Computation Canter Short Couraa: "Introduction to tha
ComputaUoaj Cantar," 330 pj. Tuasday, 220 PhSSsa.
IRS Short Couraa: "Undarstanding tha Computer," 2 pja.
Tuasday. 09 Manning.
. FuH Goapat Studant Fellowship meeting, 730 pjn.
Tuasday. fifth floor lounga, Graantaw.
Philological Club: Prof- Carol Sherman, "Rococo and
Rhetoric: Tha Example ot Diderot," Tuasday, Day tacutty
Campus Governing Council wiH meet, 730 pjn. Tuasday,
215 Union. AH tntantated parsons ara urgad to attend.
Thara win ba an Introductory lactura on Eckankar,7 pjn.
Tuasday. 206 Union. Ail ara waicoma.
AN applications for arts coordinator positions for Contact
75 ara out by Tuasday. Ptaasa submit thara to area RD's or
Computation Center Short Course: "Using tha Computer
from a Typewriter Terminal." 3 p.m. Wednesday, 220 Phillips.
IRSS Short Course: Introduction to MASH, MAT, and
ECTA," 2 p.m. Wednesday, 09 Manning.
Tha Echankar discussion group wlii begin meeting weekly
7 p-m. Wednesday, Eckankar Canter, Franklin Street.
ARTHUR FROMMER, EUROPE ON $5 AND $10 A DAY,
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A ara wefcoraa. The canter Is above N.C Cafeteria In Room
CGC Reforms committee w3 hold open hearings, 330
5:30 p-m. and 7-9 pjn. Wednesday. 209 Union. The hearing
wtO be open to anyone wishing to air his complaints or
propoae suggestions concaming tha legislative branch of
student government. .
AH persons Interested In sttandh-tg tha reception lor David
Duke please pick up applications at the Urion desk. Return
them by noon, Wedneoday.
Dr. Waiter LaFeber, Comal University, "Roosevelt,
ChurchS and the Origins c4 American In vol va mailt In
Indochina," 9 pjn. Wednesday, 202-204 Union. Co
aponaored by the Curriculum m Peace, War and Detenae and
the Graduate History Society.
Chapel HBI Friends of the UFW. Tha boycott needs you!
Help plan tha spring offensive, 8 p.m. Wednesday, 205 Union.
Film: "Why We Boycott."
Computation Center Short Course: "Computer Plots,
Maps and Drawings," 330 pjn. 220 PhUBpe.
FuB Gospel Student FeUowahip BIbie study, 730 pjn.
Thursday. 215 Union. 1
GPSF Senate wiB meet 730 pjn. Thursday, 213 Union. 1
Operations Research and Systems Analysis Colloquium:
David Moreau. UNC, "Planning for Area Wide Water
Management," 4 p.m. Thursday, T-5 New Carroll.
Refreshments wiH be served, 3:30 p.m. 102 Phillips Annex.
Parachute Club classes Tuesday-Thursday. AH Instructors
are accredited with the U.S. Parachute Association. Call
Tony CockreO, 9294937, tor more Information.
"You haven't really savored the essence of the
Continent until you've chugged along in a second-class
compartment and shared the sausage-and-Chianti of an
Italian family, or carried on a bouncing conversation in
broken French, or simply leaned back and observed the
E uropean in his holiday -tr a veling mood,
"On most other occasions in Europe, the tourist is
likely to be a frenzied animal, divorced from a truly human
contact with the population. In a train, this remoteness
"A moment occurs when the sights and sounds ot
Europe become intimate and related to people and that,
to me, is a thrill which no monument or museum can
ever provide." .
If you're going to Europe, consider our trains. Our
Student Railpass gives you two months of unlimited
Second Class travel for $1 80. In Britain, a variety of
BritRail Youth Passes from $35 to $94 is available.
NOTE: These passes are not available in Europe,
You must buy them here before you go. See your Travel
Agent or mail the coupon below. Prices subject to change.
European Railroads, Department 192-2006
Box 70, Bohemia, New York 1 1716
Gentlemen, - !
Please send me your free brochure. 'The Trains of Europe."
THE TRAILS OF EUBI
Ask anyone who 's been there.
"Supplies' Now At ; Ledbetter-Pkksiird
New and now at your favorite Franklin Street stationery and
supply store: We're carrying a nearly complete line of famous
GRUMBACHER supplies. If you need something we don't
have, tell us and we'll special order it. We welcome all your
suggestions for what we need to stock to keep our Chapel Hill
artists happy. Come visit us soon.
"DOWNTOWN CHAPEL HILL O ABOVE THE RAT"
North Carolina license plates for 1975 are
now available at Triangle Tire Company on
Main Street in Carrboro. Sales will continue
until Feb. 15th.
People with cars already registered in
North Carolina must bring their registration
renewal card with them. Cars currently
having out-of-state plates may be registered
by bringing a copy of the car title to the
Florescent lighting installed
Buildings brighten up
New lighting in Wilson Library stacks will
mean a decreased chance of attack and an
increased chance of finding the book you
In Murphey and Hill Halls, flourescent
fixtures, new wiring and more outlets now
grace the rooms and hallways.
The total cost of renovation in the three
until Feb. 15 in Carrboro
Tag fee is $ 1 4, plus an additional S 1 for the
Chapel Hill or Carrboro sticker. Chapel Hill
residents with cars registered in other
counties of North Carolina may pick up
Chapel H ill stickers for S 1 at the tax office in
the Municipal Building.
For an additional $10 fee, car owners may
order personalized license plates, with any
buildings is $225,000.
Construction was begun in August, 1974
by Electrical Contractors of Durham. Their
trailer and two sheds are now parked in the
Union parking lot
Work in Murphey and Hill halls is
finished and should be completed in Wilson
by the first week in April.
The new lights will be cooler burning, use
.less electricity and provide more light. The
tenth level of the stacks has new lights and
looks like a supermarket, compared with the
movie-house lighting in the lower stacks.
A check revealed the old wiring in the
three buildings was in disrepair, although
safe according to building codes.
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to ss2 this p!::ns.n:nsl
Dsn't miss It!"
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not already in use. Delivery time is usually
The 1975 sale is the start of five-year
license plates. Instead of buying license
plates each year, citizens will be mailed a
renewal sticker each year for 1976 through
1 979, to affix to the plate. This is expected to
save the state several million dollars a year in
production and metal costs. Some states on
the five-year plate system have used the
plates for up to 15 years.
The plates have a new slogan, "First in
Freedom" embossed on the plates, which
commemorates North Carolina's role as a
leader of the American revolution with the
issuance of the Mecklenburg Declaration.
The Student Consumer Action Union's
(SCAU) new pamphlet The Merchant's
Guide is on sale for 25 cents at the Union
desk and the SCAU office.
The pamphlet, including information on
merchandise, pricing and services in over 200
Chapel Hill stores, ;is the most
comprehensive list available to students.
According to SCAU chairwoman Janie
Clark, the pamphlet should "save students
from having to run all over town.
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Save a tree!
Save a buck!
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