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College is a part of your life filled with those
final exams you'd like to forget, quick meals in
the Union, good friends ana much more.
A college ring is a symtxi oi it ail. .
In the years to come, your college ring
will reflect those days gone by at your
alma mater. The week of February 28
through March 5. 1977. is a good time
to invest these memories in the pur
chase of your own Jostens college ring.
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by MARY GARDNER and
Benny's Birthday. . .Grimes residents
celebrated Jack Benny's birthday last week in an
annual event. The party was held on the day after
Benny's birthday, which is Feb. 14. "We didn't
want it confused with the minor holiday that falls
on his birthday,". Grimes President Bill Peterson
About 20 Benny fans attended the party, which
featured a birthday cake inscribed with "Happy
Birthday Jack" and topped with 39 candles. "We
had PJ too; that was the selling point," Peterson
Many of the party attenders enjoyed imitating
Benny's characteristics. "Everyone there was in
the true Jack Benny spirit. When I tried to take up
contributions for the cake and the PJ, everyone
became very stingy," Peterson said.
Peterson has been a Benny fan from way back.
"The first word 1 ever spoke was... Well!"
Peterson also watched Benny on many talk shows
and the like. "Every time I watched him on TV,
without even realizing -it, 1 picked up his
mannerisms. I even started walking like him, until
I got tired of getting beat up."
Some people may find celebrating Jack Benny's
birthday two years after his death somewhat
morbid. "That's an even better reason to celebrate
his birthday, so people won't forget about him."
"There is absolutely no chance that you
can change my mind about the
appropriateness of my participation as a
board member. If people like me could be
badgered into resigning from corporate
boards, who would take their places?"
Fick said the RAU then decided to
arrange a public forum where Sanford could
respond to questions raised in the petition.
"He has unconditionally refused, saying the
matter is resolved," Fick said.
Fick said it was reported in the Chronicle
that Sanford would not participate in the
forum, but was willing to meet with the RAU
privately to discuss the issues. RAU
representatives were scheduled to meet with
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Mardi Gras Beads... Three UNC students
journeyed to New Orleans last week to join in the
celebration of Mardi Gras and to collect as many
strands of beads as they could.
Rusty Gelfand and Doug Fisher had planned
since January to attend the annual festival, and
Dan Nobles called at midnight the night before the
trip to beg a ride.
The tradition of throwing beads from the floats
during the Mardi Gras parades began, according
to- Fisher, 7 with the pirates that often roved
through New Orleans hundreds of years ago. "The
bead throwing began with the pirates who came
through "New Orleans throwing out jewels to
placate the citizens, supposedly."
The three students, along with many other
university students and revelers, caught beads
thrown by Doc Severinson, Wolfman Jack and
Gino Vanelli. "My hand was stepped on about 10
times grabbing beads. Everybody's really drunk
and rowdy," Gelfand said.
Having a lot of beads is a status symbol in New
Orleans and can prove valuable, according to
Nobles. The person with the most beads can trade
them in for other items.
The group came back with about 50 different
kinds of beads, after giving away many strands to
girls at Kentucky Fried Chicken joints and friends
Continued from page 1 .
Sanford Feb. 24.
ASDU president Kyle Citrynell said that
because the student body legislation has
supported the forum, she would continue to
press Sanford for his compliance.
Is Fick disappointed with the results of the
"I'm disappointed, but ,it shows how
corporations and people involved with
corporations must be responsible to the
public," he said. "Mr. Sanford made a big
thing about being a moral voice and a social
conscience on the board and trying to
influence ITT's public responsibility;
however, Mr. Sanford has been very
unresponsive to his own public."
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have a 5 year
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' on campus. Some of the most interesting strands
are those that have emblems hanging from them
representing local organizations and civil clubs.
Life is Futile. . .The members of Pi Futile Phi
sorority have no house, pledge formals or mixers.
Instead, they exist quietly on First East Cobb and
contemplate the futility of it all.
"It all started three years ago during exams,"
said one member who thinks names are futile. "We
were sitting around thinking how futile exams are,
how futile school is and how futile we are." Since
then, the sorority has sponsored a number of futile
events, including the first and last performance of
the "Flying Futilas" on the transom of 1 12 Cobb.
Last year, the sorority banded together to fend
off the "Mass Murderer" after psychic Jeane
Dixon predicted a mass murder on a college
campus. "But he never showed up," said another
member. "I guess even mass murdereres don't care
about a futile bunch like us."
Pi Futile Phi's creed reflects their attitude: Life
is futile. Life's a bitch. None of us will, ever get
hitched.. Chemistry sucks. I wish I were rich. All
hors are hnstards S'n '.''" hitrh
Burn Center gets
gift of $200
Craige Dormitory residents contributed
$200 to the N.C. Jaycee Burn Center
Continuation Fund Thursday.
The burn center, which is being
constructed on the Fifth floor of the new wing
of N.C. Memorial Hospital, -should be
completed within two years.
Craige residents raised the money at the
dorm's "Casino Night" Feb: 19.
Dr. Roger Salisbury, director of the
center, said the money contributed by Craige
would be placed in the bank along with
money raised by the N.C. Jaycees. Interest
on the funds will be used for equipment and
Now at the
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NEED A RIDE? Drive our cars to San Francisco, Miami,
Seattle. Denver, Chicago and other major cities. No
salary paid, but w pay some gasoline expense. Call to
apply for car now or for later date. Phone 919-748-0324
Reward for any or all: keys, wallet, ID, sunglasses, lost
in Upper Quad area. Call 933-8943 and identify. KEEP
TRYING. NO QUESTIONS ASKED.
IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE VALENTINE'S OR CHRIST
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TAR HEEL CLASSIFIEDS.
Found: Man's gold signet ring. Feb. 5th by astroturf.
Call 929-7450 and identify.
Yoga classes, led by Hannah Baggins begin Feb. 28th
at the Yoga Place. No classes during spring break. For
information and registration call 967-9686.
Assertive Training for Women. Volunteers wanted for
experimental training in aasertiveness, designed for
undergraduate women who find being assertive a
significant problem in everyday situations. Sponsored
by Psychology Dept. Call 933-6593 9 a.m. -4 p.m. or
942-8645 after 6 p.m.
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Thursday with the Campus Governing Council
rc,c Flections Board requesting another special
electfon .for the District 7 CGC seat.
Wirwicz lost to Diane Schafer by three votes in
a special election Wednesday. He is asking for this
special election because of voting discrepancies.
Eight more ballots were cast m the special
election Feb. 23 than there were people registered
to vote in the district. Also, nine graduate students
voted in the election, which was restricted to
undergraduate students. '
If held, this would be the second special election
between Schafer and Wirwicz. The first was held
Feb. 23 after 1 1 Granville residents voted in the
wrong district Feb. 9.
Elections Board Chairperson Craig Brown said
Thursday a special' election probably would be
held because the discrepancies could have
influenced the results- '
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records and tapes
Lost your watch? N ice watch found in lower quad. See
Charlie Miller (RD North Campus Housing) & identify.
NEED TO RENT A ROOM OR SELL A STEREO? ADD $150
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Helena always gets her man. You can, too. Learn howl
See PRC's "ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL" February
22-26; March 1-5. 8:00 p.m. Playmakers Theatre.
Matinee February 27. 2:00 p.m. 933-1121.
PRESTWICK MUSIC announces new hours: Monday
through Friday 10:00-5:00. Used rock, jazz, blues album,
45's sell, buy, trade. 105 N. Columbia (above Big Wally's).
EUROPE via Pan Am 707. Less than 12 Economy Fare.
Call toll free (6-9 pm) (800) 325-4867 or see your travel
agent. 60-day advance payment required. Unitravel
Volunteers wanted for psychology experiment Involving
treatment for single men who feel uncomfortable In social
situations with women. Call UNC Psychology Dept., 933
6593, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Volunteers wishing to evaluate new medication for
menstrual cramps. Please call the office of Jamas R.
Dingfelder M.D. at 966-5281 extension 231 between
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. weekdays for more details.
Have you tried Auggies CHARBROILED chopped
sirloin of beef with his famoua BORDELAISE sauce I
FAST Bicycle, chain saw and lawn mower repairs.
Western Auto. 136 East Main St.. Carrboro. Open 9-6
Will the parson who took a red. white ana black
checkered shirt from Carmichael soccer field Wednes
day please call Tom 933-1 561.1 need my keys.
Lost: Wedding ring, diamond insets. Reward to finder.
Day 933-1243, evening 967-4729.
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SUPER BUY! 1970 Gremlin. 6 cylinder, good condi
tion. .795 , or best offer. Call Sanford 258-3321 before
5 p.m. or 499-6214 after 6 p.m.
DIAMONDS and all precious gems - save 35S, written
appraisals included based on American Gem Society
standards. Save 30 on full line of quality jewelry. UNC
L!r!'lt,lv,: Rofl,r Br,,to' 7-5479, Reginald Mitchell
942-5503, Irving Moses 929-7256.
For sale: Ski boote site 7Vi (practically new), 72 blue
C"l"8iod condition, new tires, two door. AC. Calf
967-2194 leave name.
Wanted: Cook for a fraternity house. Four nights a
week. Good hours, fun people, wage negotiable. Need
ed as soon as possible. Call Nancy: 968-9074.
Roomy room in 6 bedroom house en Rosemary ft. and
Friendly Lane. Move In before 1 0 March. 66.00 mom
plue utilitiee. Ladiee only. 867-8337: Amasktg?