2 The Daily Tar Heel Friday. April 22, 1977
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1:00 p.m. if they are to run the next day. Each item will run at least twice.
This is the last day for Union FKm Committee interviews.
Applications and interview sign-up sheets are available at the
Union desk. Call Tom Whiteside at 933-1561 for more information.
Applications for positions as committee chairpersons of the
International and Appalachian Handicrafts Bazaar are due
today. Call 933-7535 or 929-7534 or stop by the Y-court if you have
All girls interested in trying out for the Marching Caroline
the UNC flag team - for the 1977 football season should meet at 6
p.m. in front of Boshamer Stadium. For further information, call
933-0314 or 933-6177.
South Campus Bash will be held from 8 p.m. to I a.m. in the
Ramshead Parking Lot. Two bands will play continuously for this
free party. In case of rain, it will be held at the Tin Can. This is a
joint production of the South Campus dorms and the Carolina
The Society of Professional Journalists and the staff of The
Journalist will have an end-of-the-year party at 8:30 p.m. at
Apartment E-1 2 Came lot Court Apartments. Liquor and food will
be provided. Guests please bring one dollar.
There will be a get-acquainted party for all members of the North
Carolina Student Legislature at 8 p.m. in the Craige Dorm
Coffeehouse. All persons interested in joining NCSL are welcome.
Disco music and refreshments will be provided.
Tryouts for the UNC Majorette Squad will be held at 10 a.m .on
Saturday April 23 in Carmichael Auditorium. For more
information, call 968-9177 or the UNC Band Office.
The Seventh Annual MHa of Permit will be held from 9 a.m. to
' 5 p.m. Saturday April 23 downtown. Call Barry Burt at 968-9021
for more information.
The newly-formed campus fishing club. The First Collegiate
Bassmasters of UNC. is sponsoring a get-acquainted fish-in from
noon to 6 p.m. Sunday April 24 at University Lake. There is no
entry fee and prizes will be given. Boats must be 14 feet or less,
factory-built, and 10 horsepower or less. If you plan to rent a boat.
gel there early.
Si. John's Metropolitan Community Church will gather for
worship at 3 p.m. Sunday April 24 at the Community United
Church of Christ at the comer of Wade Avenue and Dixie Trail in
Raleigh. For information or transportation, call 929-8843 or 967
.9626. All are welcome.
Steve Wood and "Peculiar People will give a free concert at 3
p.m. Sunday April 24 in the Pit. All are invited to enjoy the music,
sponsored by South Campus Inter-Vanity.
Farm-City Day will be held from 1 1 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday,
April 23. at the Orange Grove Community Building on Orange
Grove Road. Tours of farms, crafts exhibits, hikes along Cane
Creek, yard sale and much more.
The annual spring Greek Night including dinner and dancing
will be held from 7 p.m. to I a.m. Saturday, April 23. at the Durham
Shrines Club on N. Roxboro Road. For reservations call 968-2043.
Donations are $10.00 including free set-ups.
A recital of the 19th-century Southern writer Sidney Lanier's
poetry and music will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday. April 24. in Gerrard
Hall. Admission is free.
Delta Sigma Pi will conduct initiation ceremonies at 5 p.m.
Sundav. April 24. Members and pledges should meet in the lobby
of Carroll Hall.
A forum sponsored by the Medical Committee for Human
Rights, will be held at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. April 24. at the
Presbyterian Student Center on Henderson Street. The forum will
deal with the effects of the corporate food industry on the health of
infants. The film. BoiilrJ Babbies, wili be shown.
Items of Interest
Lee Fleming of the Jack Ecker Foundation will hold interviews
for camp counselors from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday April 25. and
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday April 26 at the Career Planning and
Placement Office. There will be a general lecture at 3 p.m. Check
the placement office for location.
The Fine Arts Festival Committee is holding interviews and
elections for undergraduate representative, graduate
representative, and graduate and undergraduate co-chairpersons
for next year's FAF committee. Anyone interested in these
positions should call 967-71 17 or 933-2397 before Monday April
Decatur Jones and Grinding Concern will give their final
performance April 22-23 at Compardies. Admission is $1.00.
Voter Registration will he held today from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at
the Chapel Hill Municipal Building, Carrboro Town Hall, and
Chapel Hill Public Library. Registration will continue from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Saturday April 23 at the Chapel Hill Public Library.
Interested In art? Interviews for the Union Gallery Committee
will be held April 25-26 in the South Gallery Meeting Room of the
Carolina Union. Applications and interview signup sheets are
availabe at the Union desk. Call Susanna Bowen at 942-1538 for
Cost Only $1.50
Two columns in the Campus
Governing Council (CGC) budget chart
were transposed in the Daily Tar Heel
Thursday. The column titled "l 977 CGC
Recommendation" should have been
titled !977 Request" and vice versa.
Also, figures for the Carolina Indian
CirclTwere omitted from the chart. The
group represented $800, was
recommended to receive $530 and was
granted $530. The group received $150
Coming to the Car's Cradle
on Monday April 25 at 9:00 -
in their last Chapel Hill
appearance before a European Tour.
Small Cover Charge
Notice: April 26 & 27 shows have been canceled.
Cat's Cradle: located at 405 Y2 W. Rosemary, behind Tijuana Fats.
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Want to buy: Two drawer, lagal siza. matal f ila cabinat.
Saptambar available May 1st. $135.00. Call 933-6368.
HONDA CB400 4-cylindar. Excallant condKion, with
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sizad bika, quickar than 550. smoothor than any. Mint
driva. 8S0. 942-1352.
Need economical transportation? Sporty 1974 Vaga
GT hatchback, alt options, excellent condition. Must
sail. Call 933-7414, ask for Eric.
Mobile Horn for sals. 12 x 50 2 BR furnished two ACs.
Priced to sell quick at S2795 00. Available May 10. 942
MARLBOROUGH STEREO COOPERATIVE HUGE
DISCOUNTS on all brands of stereo equipment, even the
Tto-dlscounr Hnes. We really care about your system, and
NO ONE beats our prices. Writs for quote - we can help. MSC
Bos 776, Lenox, Mass. 01240.
For Sale: Coldspot Refrigerator. 6.7 cubic feet, woodgrain
finish. 1 8 months old. $80 firm, cost new f 1 86. call 933-2564.
Going to Cape Cod this summer? We are. Would like to
meet others doing the same. If you're going, call
Sherry at 929-8827.
INTERESTED IN LOW COST JET TRAVEL TO EUROPE
AND ISRAEL? STUDENT TRAVEL CENTER can help
you travel with maximum flexibility & minimum cost.
For more info call TOLL FREE 800 325-8034.
CLASSIFIED ADS ARE EASY TO USEI JUST FILL OUT
THE AD FORM (AVAILABLE IN THE CAROLINA
UNION) AND DROP IT IN CAMPUS MAIL OR BRING IT
BY THE DTH OFFICE. REACH OVER 20,000 PEOPLE
FOR ONLY $1.60.
BAY MEADOWS CAMP "a complete recreational day
camp for boys and girls." Offering instruction in swimming,
sailing, canoeing, horseback riding, archery and many other
sports and activities. Sessions starting Mon. June 21 st. For
further information call 942-5618 or write Bay Meadows
Camp. Route 6. Box 147B, Chapel Hill.
CONDOM SAMPLERS: Learn the difference between
condoms with one of our famous sample packs. Preshaped.
textured, colored, lubricated skins, stubs. Designed to
increase sexual, satisfaction. ADAM & EVE, Franklin &
Colombia (over the Zoom). 929-2147.
Becker's Electronix Repairs. C.B.'a, stereos and
tape. Full line 7400 I.C.'s. Telephones, all styles
and colors. Stereo needles. 108 Henderson above
Record Bar 942-7959.
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One or two female roommates needed to move into two
bedroom Kingswood apartment beginning May 1st. New
occupants must sign tease. Call 942-8420 during evenings.
Summer sublet furnished 2 bedrooms. 34 mile from
campus. University Gardens. Furnished, air
conditioned, pooL Rent whole or part, amount
negotiable. Call Robbie at 929-7801.
Need two females to help sublease a Bollinwood
apartment for both sessions summer school. Rent
divided four ways plus utilities. Call 933-4779 or 933
4809. FURNISHED BEDROOM FOR SUMMER in apartment
on bus route 2 miles from campus. S87.00 per month
from 15 May to 15 Aug. Male non-smoker. 929-3728.
Tennis, pool, air. Keep trying!
Apartment for rent. May 16-Aug. 16 175month.Two
blocks from campus. Partially furnished. Two
bedrooms. Cad 967-3664, 942-1767. 942-2832.
Phi Delta Chi has rooms for summer school; for both males
and females. $95 per session, ak conditioning, etc. Can 968
9118. Summer sublet: Private furnished room in quaint house on
Mellette St. (across from Roy Rogers) 976mo. phis 13
utilities. Csll Betsy-942-4371 .
100 reward for return of two female Siamese cats.
Lost 420 at South Square. No questions asked. Call
383-6853. Keep trying, please.
Lost: Blue plastic covered notebook in Carroll Hall.
Contains important research for my term paper.
Return to receptionist desk at Carroll or call 942-1767.
$25 reward for "Gypsy," a small to medium else black
semi-shaggy dog with tan legs. Lost between campus
and Eastgate. Call 967-1180.
Lost: one music spiral notebook, left at the downtown
post office around noon Tuesday. If found call 933-4097.
LOST glasses male in blue case with "TOPS"
outside. If found call Bob 933-1252 or 688-5833.
Lost: Male mixed Labrador retriever puppy - carmel
color with blackened nose and feet tipped in white
wearing a white flea collar lost in Carrboro Sunday. If
you think you've seen him please call Bruce 929-7765.
Lost: Dark prescription glasses. Zenith hearing aid In
frame. Reward. 942-1971.
Mobile homes for rent. Extra nice 2 BR 1 2 x 65 Central Air
fully carpeted $1 50. 2 BR furnished A.C. cheap at $95. No
pets. 942-2017 929-3542. Available May 10.
Do you need a room for the summer? Kappa Psi fraternity is
renting rooms for both summer sessions. Call 968-901 0 or
968-9390. Ask for the House Manager.
Want to live m COM FORT all summer? CAROLINA APART
MENT for sublet during summer. 2 bedrooms, den. living
room. AIR-CONDITIONING. POOL, kitchen, and carpet.
Only $65 each for three people. Cad 933-2546933-'
Visiting professor and wife wish to housesit June 1
August 15. Will rent or sublease furnished house or
apt. Write P.O. Box 464. MTSU, Murf reesboro. Term.
Franco-American family, two nice boys 6 and 3, offers
free room and board in town to quiet, reliable student
in exchange housekeeping, babysitting. Call 942
2421. For sublet this summer: two bedroom apt. approx. 1
mile from campus. Central air, $200month (includes
utilities). Call 933-3450 after 7:00.
Apt. to sublet for summer: furnished, a.c, swimming
pool. $160 per month plus elec, tel. Call 929-9253.
Comfortably furnished 2-bedroom townhouse in The
Villages, both sessions summer school. $1 76 month (weH
below cost). Call Clay 929-9401. .
Summer rooms, short walk to campus. $65 per
session. Call Delta Tau Delta, ask for Brian or Jay 968-9063.
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