2 The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, February 17. 1977
rhiblte aervtee announcements must be turned in to the box outside the 'DTK offices in the i ww,"r"VJ u7
Union by 3:30 p.m. if they are to run the next day. Each item will run at least twice. Ten 16V AvefS
Dr. Louis W. Sullivan win speak on "Health Care Delivery" at 8
p.m. in 103 Berryhill Hall. Sullivan is guest of the Student National
Medical Association and is dean and director of the School of
Medicine at Morehouse College in Atlanta
The International Affairs Colloquium is presenting a panel
discussion on International Law from 2 to 5 p.m. in the Morehead
Faculty Lounge.. Speakers will be Egon Neuberg. I .a lira Tyson and
Be sure to he getting your acts ready for the Fellowship of
Christian Athletes Talent Show at 8 p.m. in the Ehringhaus
There will be a meeting of the Carolina Union Currant Affairs
Committee at 3:30 p.m. in Room 202 of the Carolina Union.
Please call Sue if you cannot attend.
Any students who are interested in helping SCAU with its
grocery store survey are asked to come by the office at 3:30 p.m.
in Suite B of the Carolina Union.
The Undergraduate Speech Student Association will meet
at 6 p.m. in 217 Bingham Hall. This will be an organizational
meeting to discuss input for the new curriculum.
Christian Science Organization welcomes everyone to its
weekly meeting at 5 p.m. in the Carolina Union. Check at the
information desk for the room number.
Marshall L. Fisher of the University of Pennsylvania will speak
on the "Analysis of Heuristics for Combinatorial Optimization
Problems" at 4 p.m. in 26S Phillips Hall.
Young Libertarians: Barry NakeU, member of the Board of
Directors for the N.C. Civil Liberties Union, will speak on the
ACLU and" respond to libertarian criticisms at 7:30 p.m. in the
Frank Porter Graham Student Lounge of the Carolina Union.'
The Graduate History Society presents "The Mark of an
Assassin: A Psycho-Historical Study of Brutus." at 8 p.m. in 569
"Careers in Sales and Marketing" will be the topic of an informal
careers seminar sponsored by the Career Planning and
Placement Office at 3:30 p.m. in 265 Phillips Hall. '
There will be a Medical Technology Club meeting at 7:30 p.m.
in Room 202 of the Carolina Union. All members please attend.
The Baha'l College Club will hold an informal discussion at
7:30 p.m. in the Carolina Union about the basic teachings of Baha'L
Check at the information desk for the room number.
The North Campus Chapter of the Carolina Christian
Fellowship w ill have a potluck dinner at 6 p.m. in Room 209 of the
Carolina Union. Everyone bring a dish.
The UNC Scuba Club will meet at 7 p.m. in 303 Woollen Gym.
Florida trip plans will he given. .
Carolyccum's Social Dance' Class (ballroom dancing) will
meet from 7 to 9 p.m. in the FinCan. All arc invited. Dress warmly.
Phyllis Graham ol the UNC School of Nursing will be featured
at the Coffee K latch from 9 to II a.m. in the Pine Room.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Talent Show will be
held at 8 p.m. in the Green Room at Ehringhaus. Be sure to come
with or without an act.
Come to "Grow ing in Grace." sponsored by Campus Crusade
for Christ, at 7 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge of ley HaiL
The Hunger Action Committee w ill meet at 9 p.m. upstairs in
the Y .Building. We will discuss plans for the Food Week
Fxtravagana. Everyone welcome; call 942-7202 for more
Delta Sigma Pi w ill have a portrait made at 4 p.m. Please meet
in front of Carroll Hall.
1 1 a.m. to 9 p.m.
2 to 6 Sunday
The UNC Chess Club will meet at 7 p.m. in the Carolina
Union. Anyone interested in chess is welcomed.
There will be a meeting for those who are interested in joining
the Crew Club, and who have not attended one of our previous
meetings. Questions: call l.iz DcVine at 929-6519.
UNC Sailing Club: If anyone needs information about the
spring break cruise to the Bahamas, call Gayle at 929-5652.
I he Cornerstone Coffee House will present Chapel Hill's
finest local talent from the high school and the University at 8 p.m..
Friday. Feb. 1 8. at St. Thomas M ore Cat hoik Church. Admission
is free: donations will be accepted.
I he National Women's Film Circuit will be showing six
women s films from 7 to 10 p.m.. Friday. Feb. 18. in Room 217 of
the Carolina Union. Film topics range from the historical lo the
erotic. Cost is $2.
There will he a meeting of N.C. Governor's School Alumni at
7:30 p.m.. Monday. Feb. 21. in Room 206 of the Carolina Union.
Please bring the lists. Anvonc who has a list and cannot attend
' should call 967-6038.
A Science Fiction and Fantasy Club organizational meeting
will be held at 7 p.m.. Wednesday. Feb. 23. in Room 215 of the
Carolina Union. All interested persons are invited.
I he Speech Division presents "A Lovely Light." a portrait or
Edna St. Vincent M illay. at 8 p.m.. Wedncsdav and Thursdav. Feb.
23-24. in 103 Bingham Hall.
All Tau Epsiton Phi members in Graduate or professional
schools are cordially invited to dinner and a meeting at the TEP
House at 6 p.m.. Monday. Feb. 21. at 216 E. Rosemary St. The
meeting will concern the formation of a TEP Graduate program.
Call Tony Marder at 968-9007 for more information.
I here will he a meeting of the Carolina Forum at 4 p.m!.'
1 uesday. Feb. 22. in Room 213 of the Carolina Union. Everyone
should attend this meeting.
There will be a meeting of the mid-campus chapter of Inter
Varsity Christian Fellowship at 8 p.m.. Sunday. Feb. 20. in the
parlor of the Chapel oT the Cross. Everyone ix invited.
Carolina Gay Association invites all interested persons to a
general meeting and panel presentation on "Gays and Health" at
7:30 p.m.. Monday. Feb. 21. in Rcwm2l7oriheCarolina Union.
The UNC Club Football team will hold its spring organizational
meeting at 7:30 p.m.. Thursday. Feb. 24. in Room 204 of the
Carolina Union. All old members are urged to attend, and
interested persons are especially welcome. Spring schedule,
training and Myrtle Beach game win be discussed.
A colloquium on Computing m the Soviet Union by S.E.
Goodman of the Department of Applied Mathematics and
Computer Science at the University of V irginia will be held at 3:30
p.m.. Tuesday. Feb. 22. in 265 Phillips Hall. Refreshments will be
served in New West Lounge after the colloquium.
rbc Wesley Foundation will have a special student-led service
at 1 1 p.m.. Sunday. Fch. 20. The service will focus on the meaning
The UNC Chess Ckib w ill sponsor a nonratcd beginners chess
tournament on Sunday. Feb. 20. Registration will be from 11:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Room 205 of the Carolina Union. N.C Chess
Federation memberships will be given as prizes. Call 929-01 19 for
1 he Order of the Golden Fleece is accepting nominations for
outstanding contributions to the University Community.
Nomination forms are available at the Union IVsk. Please return
to Box 10 of the Union bv Feb. 25.
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163 E. Franklin St.
Friday Fish Fry
For Sale: 10-apeed men'a bike $40 (good condition) Ski
boots size 7'A (practically new) 72 Blue Cutlass good con
dition, new tires, two door, AC call 967-2194 leava name.
1974 MGB-GT, beautiful car. Original Urea, low mileage, air
conditioning, AM-FM radio. Asking book price: $3950, willing
to negotiate. Call 929-5418 after 5 pjn.
All the Fish You Can Eat $2.29
Dinner includes cole slaw,
trench fries and hushpuppies
Shoney s famous
limit one per customer
Rant a pack from River Runners' Emporium and head for
the woods. Winter is beautiful out there. Parkas, camping,
backpacking equipment. Watch for ABS canoe special
order. 3160 Hillsborough Rd.. Durham 383-2106.
Wanted: Hungry folk to eat pancakes and sausage at Univer
sity Methodist Methodist Church this Saturday $1.50 Adults
$1.00 Children. From 7:00 a.m. til 8:00 p.m. Harold
Assertive Training for Women. Volunteers warned for
experimental training in assert ivenas. detignad for
undergraduate women who find being assertive a
significant problem in everyday situations. Sponsored
by Psychology Dept. Call 933-6S93 9 a.m. -4 p.m. or
942-8645 after 6 p.m.
CONDOM SAMPLERS: Learn the difference between
condoms with one of our famous sample packs. Preshaped.
textured, colored, lubricated skins, stubs. Designed to
ncreaso sexual satisfaction. ADAM & EVE. Franklin &
Colombia (over the Zoom). 929-2 1 47.
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CasinoNight. Far end of the coveday. Happy Valan-
tines. David. 103 Henry St.. Syracuse, N.Y. 13210.
New Yoga classes led by Hannah Baggins begin Feb.
28 at the Yoga Place, 452 W. Franklin St. For mors in
formation and registration call 367-9686.
BIRTHCHOICE Prolife Pregnancy Counseling 92"
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Cm ah for your unwanted rock, jazz albums and 45's. Also,
sell, trade. PRESTWICK MUSIC. 105 N. Columbia St.
(above Big Welly's). Monday-Friday 10-6. 929-7205.
Volunteers wanted for psychology experiment mvoMnfl
treatment for single men who feel uncomfortable in toe"
i'u"t,on with women. Call UNC Psychology Dept., 933
6593. 9 ajn.-4 pjn.
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Shoneys serves breakfast anytime. Plenty of free parking in rear.
Open 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. Sun.-Thurs.
b a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Fri. & Sat.
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Taking the newly revised Medical College Admission Test?
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for the competition. Qualified faculty teach seven 4-hour
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Registration fee is $150 and $20 book deposit is refundable.
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