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2 The Daily Tar Heel Monday. January 17. 1977
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Sunlight banks sharply off the
shoulder of Silent Sam, the
McCorkle Place statute of a
Confederate soldier. The
monument memorializes the 321
alumni of the University who died
in the War Between the States, as
well as the 1,062 who entered the
Confederate Army. The sun has
risen more than 23,000 times over
Silent Sam, who is in full battle
uniform but lacks a cartridge box.
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box
Union by 3:30 p.m. if they are to run the next day. Each item
ACBL sanctioned bridge tournaments
resume at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17, in Room
207 of the Carolina Union. All bridge players,
regardless of ability or experience are welcome.
50c for UNC students; 75c for all others.
The UNCCC Short Course presents "What is
a Computer and Why Use ItT at 3 p.m. Monday,
Jan. 17, in 228 Phillips Hall. Also, at 3 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 18, there will be a "course on an
"Introduction to the UNC Computation Center"
in 228 Phillips Hall.
K. Barton Osborn, an ex-CIA agent, will speak
at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17, in the Great Hall.
He will speak on the CIA's role in covert
operations in foreign countries and show the film
"The Rise and Fall of the CIA." Admission is free.
Sponsored by the Carolina Union Current Affairs
Hinton James is holding a reception for Bart
Osborne immediately following his speech
Monday, Jan. 17, in the James first floor lounge.
Refreshments will be served. All are invited to
Delta Sigma Pi will meet at 8 p.m. Monday,
Jan. 17, in T-l New Carroll Hall.
The Undergraduate History Association will
meet at 8 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17, in 423 Hamilton
HalL Please attend this important meeting as
activities for the spring will be planned.
The Astronomy Club's first meeting of the
year is at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17, in 247
Phillips Hall. Everyone is invited to attend.
The NCSL Executive Reform Bill
Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17,
in 452 Hamilton Hall. Rought drafts of the bill will
be discussed, so attendance is imperative. '
Sex movies! Preview and discussion of four gay
sex education movies at 7:30 p.m. Monday,
Jan. 17, in Room 215 of the Carolina Union. All
are invited to attend and share in discussion.
j Moye W. Freymann of the Department of
Health Administration will speak on "Population
Policy and India" at noon Monday, Jan. 17, in 207
Tour of the Soviet Union and eastern
Europe May 24 through July 28, escorted by
David MacKenzie of UNC-Greensboro will cost
$1,450, all expenses exclusive of independent
travel. Contact Dr. MacKenzie at (919) 379-5709
(office) or 275-1229 (home) or attend the meeting
at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17, in Room 213 of the
Botany 96 students working with Willie Koch
will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18, in 309 Coker
The Old Book Corner
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Barbeque - Brunswick Stew - Fried Chicken - Cole Slaw -Potatoes
- Green Peas or Beans
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Offer Good Thru Feb. 28, 1977.
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will run at least twice.
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YOGA offers its first yoga class of 1977 from 7
p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18, in Room 213 of
the Carolina Union. Wear loose, comfortable
clothing. Everyone is welcome.
Alpha Phi Omega Service Fraternity
announces its Spring Formal Rush. Men, women,
Greeks and non-Greeks are all invited to
There will be a meeting of the UNC Table
Tennis Club at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18, in the
women's gym. This semester's schedule will be
announced and ladder play will begin. All
members and anyone interested please attend.
The Walk for Humanity will be planned at an
open organizational meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 18, in the YM-YWCA Building.
The UNC Young Democrats will meet at 8
p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 18, in Room 207 of the
Carolina Union. Free beer will be provided for the
first meeting of the semester.
Alpha Epsilon Delta, the premedical and
predental society, will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday,
Jan. 18, in 103 Berryhill Hall. The program will be
entitled "How to Pay for Medical or Dental
Items of Interest
Orange County Tax Listings: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon
Saturday in the Carrboro Town Hall, W. Main St.
Students must list by Jan. 31. If unable to go in
person, write for a form to: County Tax Office,
Hillsborough, N.C. 27278.
The APO Spring Book Co-op is no longer
accepting books. Sales will continue until Jan. 19
in Rooms 202 and 204 of the Carolina Union from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily except Sunday.
The Carolina Union Information Desk is now
accpeting names for both babysitting and typing
referral services. If you are interested, please leave
your name and number at the information desk.
The Media Board will meet Tuesday at 3:30 in
the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Carolina
Union. The new chairman requests all members to
Juniors and seniors who are NC residents can
apply for the 1977 Institute of Government
Summer Intern Program in which students work
with top state officials in Raleigh. The application
deadline is Feb. I. For more information, contact
Donald Hayman, Institute of Government, UNC
Beginning Jan. 17, the University Counseling
Service (Guidance' and Testing Center, Nash
Hall) will be open again from 7 to 10 p.m. M onday
If : :
evenings. Call 933-2 1 75 for appointments, or drop
by the Educational Occupational Information
Library for browsing.
Students who did not have their portraits
taken last semester for the 1977 Yackety Yack, will
get a chance during the first two weeks. in
February. Appointments will be made from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. all next week near the Union desk and
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. all next week at the Y-court.
Bowling Leagues are now forming at the
Carolina Union Bowling lanes for all types of
bowlers, including beginners. Call 933-4131 or
come by and sign up.
All students interested in volunteer work at
N.C. Memorial Hospital are required to sign up
from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Jan.
17 and 18, in Room 106, first floor of the hospital
in the Volunteer Office. If you have questions call
Auditions for the UNC Wind Ensemble are
now being held. Especially heeded are oboe,
euphonium, tuba and string bass. Non-music
majors; are welcome. For more
information.contact David Reed in 109 Hill Hall,
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Lassiter also supports increased
appropriations to club sports. He admitted
that this and other projects would demand
additional funds, and he called for a student
Lassiter denied the existence of limitations
on the office of Student Body president,
claiming past failures on the limited
approach of past presidents and his current
"I don't think there are any limitations if
the Student Body president can inspire and
attract talented people," he said.
He said he is running for the office because
of an obligation to the University to make it
a better place.
"I'm not trying to get into law school; I
want to go to med school." he said, denying
j On All Converse & ProKed Shoes
Loretta Golden, head of the Kindergarten First
Grade Program at the Frank Porter Graham
Child Development Center, died Friday, Jan. 7, at
N.C. Memorial Hospital following a stroke.
Golden, 47, had been a Chapel Hill resident since
joining the center staff in 1970.
The following faculty members will be on
leaves of absence during the upcoming year:
Christopher Armitage, associate professor of
English, from Jan. 9 to May 15, 1977; Stephen B.
Baxter, Kenan Professor of history, from Aug. 17,
1977 to May 14, 1978; Kenneth I. Gross, associate
professor of mathematics, from Jan. 9 to May 15,
1 977; Ross D. Hail, assistant professor of German
and linguistics, from Jan. 9 to May 15, 1977, and
John B. Turner, Kenan Professor of social work,
from Jan. 15 to May" 15, 1977. Anthony J.
McMichael, assistant professor of epidemiology,
School of Public Health, and Peter O'Connor,
assistant professor of education, have resigned to
return to their native Australia.
Tom S. Miya became the seventh dean of the
School of Pharmacy on Jan. 1. He succeeds the
late Dean Seymour M. Blaug.
The School of Business Administration has
received a gift of $16,667 in endowment funds
from North Carolina National Bank (NCNB). The
gift is part of a $100,000 pledge by NCNB to the
Business School's Program for the 70s
Studies have been reactivated to consider
increasing the capacity of University Lake to
supplement Chapel Hill's water supply, even
though Cane Creek was chosen by the
Orange Water and Sewer Authority
(OWASA) as the site for construction of a
secondary water source.
"OWASA is reevaluating its choice of
Cane Creek as a (secondary water) site. It's
reevaluating the University Lake data and
updating it, and at the same time it's
proceeding with its work on Cane Creek as
rapidly as various factors permit," William
Billingsley, OWASA director, said.
He explained the OWASA is reactivating
the University Lake studies at the request of
the Cane Creek Conservation Authority
(CCCA), a group of the area's residents
opposed to the Cane Creek project.
Cane Creek was designated by the
OWASA last September as the most
desirable site for construction of the area's
secondary water supply as the result of
studies begun in 1968 by UNC when Chapel
Hill had a water shortage similar to the one
this fall. University Lake was included in the
The studies were suspended in 1971 when
the University agreed to sell its utilities.
OWASA was created in J une 1 976 to buy the
utilities and asked UNC to reactivate its
study on Cane Creek.
The utilities were scheduled to be sold Jan.
6, but because of delays in arranging the sale
ri there's more in
Until January 31,
H. Rutherford Turnbull of the Institute of
Government faculty is serving as chairperson of
the legislative and social issues committee of the
American Association on Mental Deficiency, the
largest professional organization in the country
concerned with mental retardation.
Cleanth Brooks, Gray ptofessor of rhetoric
emeritus at Yale University and internationally
known literary critic and scholar, has joined the
English department as a visiting professor during
the spring semester. He is offering a graduate
undergraduate lecture course in 20th-century-British
and American literature and a graduate
seminar in the writings of William Faulkner.
An essay on T.S. Eliot, Anthropologist and
Primitive, by William Harmon, associate
Other ideas Moss said he will work toward
include the instituting of a student news
bureau for campus organizations, a campus
flea market and a fall break.
Moss recognized many limitations in the
office of Student Body president, such" as
limited time, money 'and scope of
responsibilities delegated by the
administration. Yet, he said the office's
of $4.75 million in revenue bonds, the sale
was postponed until Feb. 15.
According to Wayne Abernathy, one of
two Graham attorneys contracted by the
CCCA to study both the impact the
proposed dam and reservoir woukThave on
the Cane Creek area and the alternatives to
Cane Creek, raising University Lake's dam
by 22 feet would result in a potential water
supply equivalent to that which would be -provided
by the Cane Creek project.
However, Abernathy conceded that even
though alternatives to Cane Creek are being
considered, "If, on the basis of cost and
water acquisition Cane Creek is (determined
by OWASA) as the best site, then that's what
has to be done."
In an attempt to resolve the opposition by
the area's residents that the Cane Creek
project has raised, representatives from
OWASA, the Orange County Board of
Commissioners and the CCCA have formed
a joint task force.
"We have been meeting and discussing
mutual problems relating to Cane Creek and
the need for a water supply (for Chapel Hill).
H opefully we will come to a solution to these
problems acceptable to both parties,"
Billingsley, a member, said.
Billingsley said that the field survey work
will continue on Cane Creek. Although most
of the residents have allowed the surveyors
on their lands, he said, OWASA, by state
tatute, has the right to eminent domain
professor and chairperson of the department of
English, appears in the December issue of The
American Anthropologist. Harmon demonstrates
the complex uses of cultural anthropological
research that the poet Eliot made in his major
Washington I rving's Astoria, edited by Richard
D. Rust of the English department, has just been
brought out by Twayne Publishers of Boston,
Mass., as the first in their series, The Complete
Works of Washington Irving. "Astoria, or
Anecdotes of an Enterprise beyond the Rocky
Mountains" is a history of John Jacob Astor's
attempt to found a fur trading empire in the
drainage area of the Columbia River in the years
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potential outweighs its limitations.
"There are many unexplored avenues," he
said. Moss said ther were several reasons
affecting his decision to enter the race.
"To say that ego had nothing to do with it
would be patently ludicrous," he said. He
also attributed his motivation to a desire to
see a real change in SG and to a confidence in
his abilities to bring such a change. -
(condemnation) of any land designated as
necessary for construction of the project.
OWASA is also preparing environmental
impact reports on both Cane Creek and
University Lake which must be submitted to
the Army Corps of Engineers before any
construction can begin. No construction
date has been set, Billingsley said.
PRESTWICK MUSIC announce new hours: Monday
through Friday 10:00-5:00. Used rock, Jazz, Mum albums,
45's-sell, buy, trad. 105 N. Columbia St (above Big Walfys).
Meal Ticket lor sale: 5-day 1 5 meal plan for second semester
at a tremendous savings! Only $300. Can 933-6516 after 2
For sale-luteal plan, two meals, five days; 110-lb. barbell and
bench set; Sears cassette. Call 933-8853 after 7 p.m. Ask for
1963 Chevrolet Nova S.S. Convertible. 68,000 miles. Red with
black interior and top. Automatic on floor. Best offer. 929
1241 between 6 A 10 pjn.
ACADEMIC RESEARCH PAPERS. Thousands on file. Send
$1.00 for your 192-page, mail order catalog. 11322 Idaho
Ave.. 206H, Los Angeles, Calif. 90025 (213) 477-8474.
Granville East Contract for Sale for this semester. $75.00 dis
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wishing to purchase a REDUCED THorrlsorfsecoftd floor !
room contract! Contact Glenn at 933-3249 or come by 228
Single room, Winston Dorm, $215. Can 942-2955. Keep try
ing. Earn $80 weekly at home spare time addressing envelopes.
In formation: Rush 25 and stamped self-addressed envelope
to: Smith, Bos 170 A, Red Oak, Va. 23964.
SUMMER JOBS: Over 200,000 in afl 50 state Your money
back If you dont obtain yours thru our comprehensive
catalogue. Send $2 to: SUMCHOICE Box 645, State College,
Pa. 16801. Act now for best selection.
LEARN TAEKWONDO Korean Karate for sport, art or
defense. Other stylists welcome. 7:30 MWF. James Dorm
lounge. Classes begin Jan. 17. First lesson free.
IMMIGRATION INFORMATION. Brochure designed to
assist professional person to prepare and file Immigration
Petition for permanent residence In U.S. Written by former
U.S. Immigration Official. Send $6.50 to T.P. Holahan, P.O.
Box 3817, Ft Pierce, Florida 33450.
Lost-Black leather key case, containing three or four keys. If
found, please call 933-8652. REWARDI
Want to buy copy of album "Mary" by Mary Travers (now out
of print). 929-6588 nights until 11.
SINGLES ONLY! If you're looking for an interesting fun alter
native to meeting and dating others in the Triangle Area, why
not consider HESHE? We're a very personal non
computerized, Inexpensive, and unconventional dating ser
vice for men and women of all ages. Discretion, Integrity and
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brochure and application. Go ahead. Indulge your curiosity.
Write us. We like to respond. HESHE, Box 1109, Chapel HUI,
SPRING BREAK FLAVIA CRUISE
Spend Spring Break aboard the fun ship Fiavia March 7 to 1 1 ,
1977. For further information call your Campus Rep or Circle
Tours, University Square, Chapel Hill 942-4196.
Volunteers wishing to evaluate new medication for menstrual
cramps please can the office of James R. Dlngfetder M.O. at
966-2333 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 pjn. weekdays for more
Burlington-Graham residents: Campus employee working
8.-30 ajn. to 4:30 p.m. wants to carpool with students or
employees with same hours. Call June at 933-1056 or 228
7483 after 6 p m.
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