2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, August 30,
A Dtin't Hour will be held from 8 to 10
tonight in the Morrison Social Lounge.
Deans present will be Dean Williams, Dean
McNamura, Dean Lensing, Dean Jicha and
There will be an ECOS organizational
meeting at 7 p.m. in Room 205 of the Union.
The Chapel Hill ECOS wants to represent
the environmental concerns of the UNC
student body. The 1977-78 school year's
focus will be tentatively drawn up according
to the interests of those who attend.
Tht Outing Club will be holding its first
meeting of the school year at 6:45 p.m. in
Room 207 of the Carolina Union. Come
Brown then phones
Police nab trespasser
When John Riley Brown of Charlotte was
arrested for trespassing in the Carolina
Union Sunday night, University Police
allowed him to make one telephone call.
So who did Brown call? His old buddy,
UNC President William C. Friday.
According to University Police reports,
Brown was arrested at 7 p.m. Sunday. Police
took him to the Chapel Hill Police
Department to appear before a magistrate,
Cellar Door offices are on the second
floor of the Y building and not in Suite A
of the Carolina Union as reported in the
Daily Tar Heel Monday. Information for
the DTH article was obtained from a
Student Government pamphlet on
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(Underneath the Colonial Drug Store,
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hear what the Outing Club is all about:
backpacking, canoeing, biking and rock
climbing trips, slide show presentations,
pertinent talks on outdoor education.
Everyone is welcome.
The Yackety Yack will hold an
organizational meeting at 8 p.m. in Rooms
207-209 of the Carolina Union.
Photographers, writers and any hard
working persons interested in being a part of
the 1978 Yack staff should attend.
Experience is not absolutely necessary.
The UNC Veterans Club will meet at 7
p.m. in Room 2 13 of the Carolina Union. All
veterans are invited to attend.
The Residence Hall Association
Governing Board will meet at 7:30 tonight
where he called Friday and complained of
Brown has called and visited Friday
before, it was learned. After the first few
times, Friday's secretaries reportedly
barricaded the president from Brown when
they knew he was coming. But there was no
barricade from Brown's telephone call
The trespassing suspect is neither a
student nor an employee at the University, a
police spokesperson said. He has no known
address in Chapel Hill, and his occupation is
Brown was charged with trespassing in the
Carolina Union after University Police had
asked him to stay away from the building.
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and to help you free of charge with any problems
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and to teach all mathematical problem
solving on your TIC or HP.
in the Frank Porter Graham room of the
The're will be a meeting of the Finance
Committee of the Graduate and
Professional Student Federation at 7:30
tonight in the GPSF office.
The Contraceptive Health Education
Clinic (CHEC) meets weekly at 7 p.m. on
Tuesday nights in Room 231 of the School of
Public Health. Men and women are
welcome. Complete information on
contraceptive methods, sexually transmitted
diseases, and breast and pelvic exams is
provided. Appointments in the gynecology
clinic can be made for women students after
The Baptist Campus Ministry is holding a
buffetfrom I l:30to I p.m. Wednesday, Aug.
3 1, at the Battle House, 203 Battle Lane. This
buffet, sponsored by the Chaplains'
Association, will be a time for food and
conversation with students and faculty.
The Carolina Godiva Track Club will have
an organizational meeting on Thursday,
Sept. I, in the South Gallery Meeting Room
of the Carolina Union. All runners and
joggers interested in joining the club should
There is a mandatory meeting for all Honor
Court members at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Aug. 31, in Room 207 of the Union.
Certification tests will be given and all
members must attend.
The Student Consumer Action Union will
hold its annual fall organizational meeting at
4 Wednesday, Aug. 31, in the Frank Porter
Graham Lounge of the Union. All students
seeking volunteer or other consumer
information are encouraged to attend. Plans
for the upcoming year will be discussed.
The SPI Phi fraternity will have its first
chapter meeting at 8 p.m. on Wednesday.
Aug. 31, at the SPI Phi House, Fritz Smith
will speak on "How to Buy Properly Fitting
Topsidcrs," Dr. Dew will be served.
There will be a meeting of last year's
Please note our new hours
10 a.m. 'til 4 p.m
Toronto Exchange members at 7 p.m.,
Thursday, Sept. I, in Room 205 of the
Carolina Union. The Exchange needs to
arrange an interviewing schedule for this
year's prospective members. .
The Carolina Indian Circle will hold an
organizational meeting to get acquainted
and discuss this semester's plans. The
meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
Sept. I, in Room 202 of the Carolina Union.
Slides of last year's spring Pow-Wow yill be
There will be a Full Service meeting of the
Human Sexuality Information and
Counseling Service at 7:30 on Thursday,
Sept. I. in the Carolina Union. Those
counselors interested in working this year
should attend this important meeting.
Di-Phl Societies will be meeting at 8 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. I, in New West Dorm. All
members and interested students are
encouraged to attend.
There will be a meeting of the Science
Fiction and Fantasy Club at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 31, in 308 Alumni Hall.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The NC Fellows Program will hold Open
House between 8 and II p.m. Wednesday
and Thursday, Aug. 31 and Sept. I, in 208
Pettigrew Hall for all Sophomores and
Freshmen interested in applying for
membership. Come and learn more about
this program which is designed to contribute
to the development of responsible and
creative leadership. For more information
Bikers! Register now at your local bike shop
for the Chapel H ill-Carrboro and Durham
"B ike Fests." Help raise money for the North
Carolina Environmental Education Center
and get a day of riding, swimming, music
(the Bluegrass Experience), fun, food and
prizes. A registration fee of $2.50 covers the
band, two meals and Camp New Hope
rental. Call ECOS (929-4733) for more
All new and old Attorney General Staff
member and Honor Court members are
asked to come by Suite C to leave their
The North Carolina Student Legislature
delegation is now accepting applications.
Here is a unique opportunity to learn about
and participate in your state government. If
interested call Chuck Morgan at 933-6348
and pick up an application at the Union
Any graduate or professional student
interested in serving on one of the
Chancellor's Committees, should contact
the GPSF office in the Carolina Union (933
5675). The Committees are: Building and
Grounds. Traffic and Transportation (for
this, a married graduate student now living
in Odum Village is needed). Food Services.
Frederick L. Gale, assistant professor in
the School of Education since 1970, died
Saturday night following a heart attack.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m.
Tuesday at the Newman-Catholic Student
Center. ' '
Gale, a 52-year-old New York native,
taught at UNC for the past seven years.
"Dr. Gale had an open door to his office,"
said Ralph Wileman, associate professor in
That's right! Carolina Bikeways and for 3-year olds to $1000 Italian hand
the Clean Machine have merged. Th,e v v made racing bikes. And we have them in
result is more choice and more stock,
which means less waiting for the bike
We have everything from 16" Schwinns
1201 West Chapel Hill Street
FOR SALE; MAMIYASEKOR DTL500 Camera
with 50 mm f2 lens and case !150. Also available 28
mm, 100 mm, 3X teleextension and close up lens
and cases. Call John at 682 1297 in Durham.
Art Boro The best place 'm town to buy your
artist's materials. At very competitive prices. In
sunny downtown Carrboro. The Stadio Art
Supplies, 150 East Main Street. 929-6553
Wanted: Salesperson with real ability, interest in
customer satisfaction and desire in making money
selling kitchen items. Part-time earnings $250.00
per month. Call Dave 929-6387.
HELP WANTED: PART-TIME DELI MAN for
INTERNATIONAL CHEF GOURMET SHOP.
Between ages 18-30. No experience needed. We
train on job. Start immediately, work through
next May minimum. 15-plus hours per week,
rotating nights and weekends. $2.30 per hour to
start. Must be neat, reliable, outgoing and willing
to WORK. Pleasant surroundings, interesting
clientele, ' congenial staff. Interviewing 10-12
Saturday, 1-3 Sunday, 68 Monday. Call for
appointment NOW. International Chef Gourmet
Shop. 103 South Elliot Drive, near Kroger's and
the Plaza tri-Theatres. 942-8526.
GRANVILLE TOWERS CAFETERIA has
openings for part-time dish washers working the
dinner meal 4:30 until 7:00 and some weekends.
$2.50 per hour and meals. Apply in person to
Mark Moldenhauer. EOE, M, F.
WAITRESSES. COOK, BUSBOY &
DISHWASHER WANTED. Apply in person at
Auggies Restaurant, 1010 Hamilton Road.
(Across from Glenn Lennox Shopping Center)
Part-time delivery job; ideal for married student;
must have own car, Friday aftemoons;942-4691.
3.90 hr., part-time, flexible hours-W.E.A.l.
collegiate workstudy program Interviews Aug.
31 Union Room 2:15 3:35 4:30 5:35.-
I am looking for two students with a pickup or van
to do part time piece work installation for Insula
tion Company. Reply DTH Box A.
SANDELL BALLET STUDIO
MRS. RONNIE SUE MANDEL,
Ballet & Tap for Children & Adults
Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced Levels
AIR CONDITIONED STUDIO WITH
UNIVERSITY SQUARE, adjacent to
Granville Towers 929-7304
THE YOGA PLACE. New classes, led by Hannah
Baggins, begin Sept. 5. Beginning, continuing, and
advanced. Call 967-9686 for more information and
WOMANCRAFT CLASSES to begin soon. Sign
up now for knitting, spinning, weaving,
needlepoint, quilting, or crocheting. Call 929-8362
for details or go by 412 W. Franklin Street.
Learn to fly with the Chapel Hill FlyingClub - flight
time $12 50 per hour instruction $7.00 per hour
Skydive! Join the UNC Sport Parachute
Club. Classes will be held soon. Call 933
I532 or 929-4014 for more information.
The Carolina Godiva Track Club has a full
schedule of races and noncompetitive events
this fall. Runners and joggers of all
standards are encouraged to join. For more
information call 942-2561 or 933-1013.
Any undergraduate interested in being an
intern for the Black Press institute should
contact Dr. Sonya Stone or Bernadine
Moses at 401 Alumni or call 966-5496. The
internship focuses on research and is a 10
hour week position. Interviews will be held
the first week of the fall semester.
All Sports Club officers are requested to
phone in their names, phone numbers and
addresses to the Sports Club council (933-1013).
the School of Education. "He was always
willing to talk to a student and will be missed
for his compassion for the individual. Gale's
students greatly respected him."
His achievements include a book,
Determining' the Requirements for the
Design of Learning Based Instruction.
Gale is survived by his wile, Ann, and two
sons, Frederick and David.
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There isn't a bike you could want that
you couldn't get from Carolina Bikeways
or the Clean Machine.
The Clean Machine
"1 10 West Main
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WOMANCRAFT OPEN HOUSE and QUILT
DRAWING September 10th. Also craft
demonstrations and refreshments. Call 929-8362
for details or go by 412 W. Franklin Street.
Roommate wanted. Share large house with two
guys. Laundry and kitchen. Call Bill 942 1847
1971 FORD MAVRICK, Carolina blue, new
interior, godd condition. $800.00. Call Mike after
TRIUMPH SPITFIRE 74 1500cc 39,000 miles,
excellent condition, with extras. $2500 firm. Call
966-3338 or 227-2942 after 6 p.m.
Needed desperately: ride to and from Atlanta any
weekend. Can leave Thursday afternoon. Labor
Day Weekend particularly important. Please call
Faye 942-5887 or 929-7177.
PARENTS AND FRENDS OF UNC. Don't miss
out on all the campus news. Subscribe to THE
DAILY TAR HEEL this fall.
BLOW YOURSELF UP! For free infonnation on
how to buy giant photo-posters of yourself, etc.
cheap, write Photo Bargains, Box 12133,
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709.
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Questions answered, types of mattresses,
(general) assembly procedures, wood finishing
techniques, and technical data. Free discount
price list on Waterbed mattress, safety liner,
heaters, and vibrators. Send $1.50 to Cavron
Products, P.O. Box 29543, Columbus, Ohio
Want to trade S-5, S-2, or N-3 Parking Permit for
S-4 Permit . Call Jim Monday through Friday after
3 pm. 933-8460.
XEROX COPIES just 5 per copy. Available at
the DALY TAR HEEL, first floor, Carolina
Need illustrations, diagrams, or lettering for
articles, theses, dissertations? For professional
quality artwork to suit your needs call Leah
Palmer 929-0411 or 489-9685.
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Thousands on file. Afl academic subjects. Send
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Lost: Men's I.D. bracelet between Granville East,
Student Store and Franklin Street last Tuesday.
Great sentimental value. Call 933-2406. Reward.