2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, August 31. 1977
Publlff service announcements mutt be turned In to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 100 p.m. It they ere to run the nent dsy Each item will run at least twice.
The Baptist Campus Ministry will be holding
a buffet from 1 1 :30 a.m. to I p.m. at 203 Battle
l ane. This buffet, sponsored by the Chaplains'
Association will be a time for food and
conversation with students and faculty.
There is a mandatory meeting for all Honor
Court members at 7:30 p.m. in Room 207 of the
Carolina Union. Certification tests will be given
and all members must attend.
The Spl Phi fraternity will have its first
chapter meeting at 8 p.m. at the Sphi Phi house.
Frit; Smith will speak on "How to Buy Properly
Fitting Topsiders." Dr. Dew will be served.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Club will
held its first weekly meeting at 7 p.m. in 308
Alumni Hall. All interested persons are invited.
The Student Consumer Action Union will
hold its annual fall organizational meeting at 4
p.m. in the Frunk Porter Graham Lounge of the
Carolina Union. All students seeking volunteer or
other consumer information are encouraged to
attend. Plans for the upcoming year will be
Angel Flight, a service social organization
sponsored by the Air Force ROTC, will hold fall
rush beginning at 7 p.m. at Lenoir Hall. Come
learn about the Angels! Refreshments will be
The UNC Rugby Club will be holding initial
practices at 5 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday on
Eagles Field behind the UNC General
Administration Building. Experienced and novice
players arc welcome.
The Carolina Godlva Track Club will hold 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 attend. For more
information call 933-1013 or 942-2561.
There will be a meeting of last year's Toronto
Exchange members at 7 p.m. Thursday. Sept. I .
in Room 205 of the Carolina Union. The exchange
needs to arrange an interview 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 at 7:30 p.m. Thursday
Sept. I. in Room 202 of the Carolina Union. Slides
of last year's spring Pow-Wow will be shown.
our own choice
DURBAN, South Africa (UPI) -South
Africa said Tuesday it "will jolly
well" use its nuclear potential for other
than peaceful purposes if it wants and
that no one "will tell us what we should
Finance Minister Owen Horwood told
the annual congress of the ruling
National Party that President Carter is
not "free to dictate to us" and cannot "lay
down the law to everyone else."
Almost immediately after Horwood s
speech. South African foreign minister
Roclof "Pik" Botha issued a statement
reiterating that the South African
government supported the "ideal" that
nuclear energy should only be used for
Horwood referred to charges by both
the Soviet Union and France last week
that South Africa was preparing a
nuclear test in the Kalahari desert.
Despite denials by South African
premier John Vorster, U.S. officials in
Washington said over the weekend that
the United States had confirmed the
reports and that Carter had cooperated
with Soviet President Leonid Brezhnev to
halt such a test.
In his speech to the National Party,
Horwood said: "It is time we told Mr.
Carter and a few other people that if we
did at any time wish to do other things
with our nuclear potential, we will jolly
well do so according to our own decision
and our own judgment."
"President Carter does not ask us when
he wants to do anything," Horwood said.
"If he thinks he is free to dictate to us.
then he is simply saying 'Might is Right'
and that he can prescribe moral norms
and lay down the law to everyone else
because he is the head of a great country
of 225 million people.
"South Africa is a sovereign country,"
Horwood said. "And we have
demonstrated to the world under
pressure of sustained attack such as no
country has had to withstand, a restraint
and sense of responsibility of which we
can be proud."
Shortly after Horwood's speech, Botha
issued a statement from his office in
Pretoria affirming that the South African
govet nmcnt still supported "the ideal that
nuclear energy be used solely for peaceful
There will be a full service meeting of the
Human Sexuality Information and
Counseling Service at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Sept.
I, in the Carolina Union. Those counselors
interested in working this year should attend this
The Dl-Phl Societies will meet at 8 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 1. in New West Dorm. All
members and interested students are encouraged
Rod Abernethy will be playing from 8 to 1 1 p.m.
on Thursday. Sept. I. in Deep Jonah in the
Carolina Union basement. Bring your own beer or
wine. No cover charge.
A "get acquainted" reception, complete with
refreshments, will follow the weekly meeting ol the
Christian Science Organization at 5:15
Thursday. Sept. I, in the Carolina Union. All
interested students and faculty are welcome.
The Thursday worship of the Baptist Campus
Ministry will be led by new Chaplain intern
Charlene Horton at 6 p.m. The emphasis will be
on "Involvement." Recreation precedes at 5 p.m.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Any graduate or professional student interested
in serving on one of the Chancellor'a
Committees should contact (he GPSF office in
the Carolina Union (933-5675). The committees
are: Buildings and Grounds. Traffic and
Transportation (a married graduate student now
living in Odum Village is needed) and Food
Bikers! You can register now at your local bike
shop for the Chapel Hllt-Carrboro and Durham
"Bike Fests" to be held Sept. 1 1 and 18. 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 ol $2.50 covers
the band, two meals and Camp New Hope rental.
For more information call ECOS at 929-4733.
All Sports Club officers are requested to phone
in their names, telephone numbers and addresses
to the Sports Club Council (933-1031).
Auditions lor the Carolina Choral Groups
will be held through Aug. 31 in 106 Person Hall.
Phone 933-1093 or drop by to arrange an audition.
The N.C. Fellows Program will hold Open
House from 8 to II p.m. on Wednesday and
Thursday. Aug. 31 and Sept. I. in Room 208
Pettigrew Hall. All Freshmen and Sophomores
interested in learning more about this program
designed to contribute to the development of
responsible and creative leadership or who are
interested in applying for membership are
encouraged to attend. For more information call
Wednesday. Aug. 31. is the last day for the
Alpha Phi Omega Fall Book Co-Op. Sales arc
being held in Rooms 202-206 of the Carolina
Union. Money Back Days will be held on
September I. 2 and 6.
The Carolina Godlva Track Club has a full
schedule of races and noncompetitive events this
fall. All runners and joggers are encouraged to
join. For further information call 942-2561 or 933
1031. Skydive! Join the UNC Sport Parachute
Club. Classes will be held soon. Call 933-1532 or
929-4014 for more information.
The North Carolina Student Legislature
Delegation is now accepting applications. Here is
a unique opportunity to learn about and
participate in your state government. II interested
call Chuck Morgan at 933-6348 and pick up an
application at the Union desk.
All new and old attorney general stall
members and Honor Court members are asked
to come by Suite C of the v. arolina Union to leave
their current address.
Anyone interested in volunteer work at the
N.C. Memorial Hospital should attend the
meetings being held from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday
through Friday. Aug. 31 through Sept. 2. in the
Volunteer Office on the first floor of the Main
Hospital. For more information call 966-4793.
1 he Human Sexuality Counseling Service
now has applications available for prospective
volunteer peer counselors. I hesc applications can
be found at the Union desk.
Applications lor the DAT (Dental Admission
Test) must be received in Chicago by Sept. 12
(mail one week earlier). I his is the last time to take
this admission test to any dental school lor Fall of
1978. Applications in Credent Prcmed Advising
office. 311 South Building or in the University
Counseling Center. 101 Nash Hall. The test w ill he
given in October.
- I he LSAT (Law School Admission Test)
applications hae arrived at 101 Nash Hall
(University Counseling Center). The registration
dale is Sept. 8 and the lee is $14. The test will be
given Oct. 8.
Registration lor the GSFLT (Graduate
Student Foreign Language Test) must be
completed belore Sept. 7 in Nash Hall. I he lee is
$13 (check or cash) and the test will be given Oct.
trial results not recorded
By MEREDITH CREWS
A plus-and-minus grading system was implemented last
semester for a two-year trial period, but no one has kept
records of the number of professors voluntarily using the new
system, faculty and records officials said this week.
Apparently, everyone thought someone else was checking
on the situation.
"1 am not certain of the number of professors actually using
the pluses and minuses." said E. Maynard Adams, faculty
chairperson. "A way to gather this information must be found
to see how well the grading system works."
Raymond Strong, director of records and registration, said
he thought a committee was to make a list of professors using
the grading method as part of an evaluation. When asked if his
department was to keep records of professors using pluses and
minuses in the future. Strong said. "1 don't know, 1 just don't
Mark Appelbaum. an associate professor in the psychology
department and a member of the Educational Policy
Committee, which will review the new grading system, said the
committee has not met to discuss the subject and he does not
know who is supposed to keep the statistics.
The two-year trial period for the plus-and-minus grading
system, adopted in April 1976, is to be evaluated in the spring
semester of 1979. Pluses and minuses presently do not affect
quality point averages and are recorded only on transcripts.
But if the Educational Policy Committee decides pluses and
minuses should affect quality point averages, an A-minus
would equal 3.7, a B-plus would be 3.3, a B-minus would be
2.7 and so on to grade D.
James R. Leutze, an associate professor in the history
department, strongly supported the plus-and-minus grading
system when it was debated in 1976. "I'm surprised the records
office does not have figures on how many professors used the
plus-and-minus system," he said.
"1 assumed someone was doing it, because the evaluation is
based on how many professors actually use the grading
But Donald Jicha, associate dean of the General College,
said, "1 don't think the number of professors using the plus
and minus system will be recorded until the end of the year.
But I would say most professors used pluses and minuses last
ECOS sponsors bikefests to raise money
By AMY McRARY
ECOS will sponsor bikefests on Sept. 1 1 in
Chapel Hill and Sept. 18 in Durham to raise
money for the construction of the N.C.
Environmental Education Center.
The center will he an illustration of the state
group's concern for the environment. ECOS
President l.arrv Kehrersays.
Construction is set to begin w ithin six months to
a year, Kehrer ays. The center, to be located in
rural Chatham County, will be built of recycled
material to demonstrate how to conserve natural
resources, he says.
bikelest is like a bike-a-lhon. with one
exception. People participating in a bike-a-thou
are required to get contributions lor ihe miles they
Chapel Hill, UNC enter stage three
of five-stage water conservation plan
Chapel Hill and the University are in
stage three of a five-stage mandatory
water conservation plan. It is illegal to
water vegetable gardens, shrubbery and
flowers except between 4 and 8 p.m. on
Saturdays under the restrictions. Lawn
watering is prohibited, and water flow in
swimming pools must be reduced to the
minimum amount required for
Washing motor vehicles, including
the use of commercial car washes, is
prohibited. Water may not be used to
wash outside areas such as patios,
sidewalks and driveways or for
decorative fountains, pools and ponds.
Restaurants may serve water only on
request. Water-cooled air conditioners
and other equipment that do not recycle
water may not be used unless necessary
for health and safety.
Violations of the ordinance will result
in a misdemeanor charge punishable by
Two UNC students were attacked by four
unidentified males near the Kenan Field
House parking lot Saturday night.
University Police reported. The attackers
fled in red sedan.
Frank Taylor of 7 1 1 Morrison and Vance
Holloman of 1025 Morrison told policethey
were walking on the path between Stadium
Drive und Morrison Dorm at 11:03
Saturday when four men approached them
and asked if they wanted to light.
One of the suspects struck Holloman and
took his Carolina baseball cap. The
attackers lied in a 1965 or 1966 red sedan
with black trim.
Police also reported a rash of wallet and
pocketbook thefts from campus recreation
areas over the weekend. Seven wallets valued
at almost $600 were reported missing from
Woollen Gym, Carmichael Auditorium and
Police have no suspects in any of the cases,
but it is believed all seven thefts were
committed by one or two persons. Most of
the seven thefts occurred between 4 and 8
a $50 fine or a 30-day prison term, or
Officials declared a stage-three
emergency when the level of University
Lake. Chapel Hill's only reservoir,
dropped to 72 inches below its normal
If the lake drops to 96 inches below
normal, tighter stage-four restrictions
will be enforced. Stage five, the crisis
stage, will go into effect if University
Lake falls to 132 inches below normal.
In addition to stage-three restrictions,
students and area residents are urged to
practice the following voluntary
Take showers instead of tub baths
and limit them to four minutes.
Reuse household water for
watering house plants. Biodegradable
soaps, detergents and shampoos will not
Do not let taps run while shaving,
brushing teeth or rinsing dishes.
Limit use of washing machines and
Install water-saving devices such as
bricks, plastic bottles or commercial
units in toilet tanks.
Install water-flow restrictors in
shower heads and taps.
Use a tup of water while brushing
When showering, use water only
Turn off all water heads securely.
Repair " leaking fixtures
Monday's water consumption
4.691 million gallons
from University Lake
1.047 million gallons
Level of University Lake
78 inches below capacity
Water consumed on Aug. 29. 1976
4.3 million gallons
Persons interested in technical staff
positions for Carolina Union
Presentations and other Memorial Hall
Programs. Experience desired, but not
MUST BE A FULLTIME
Come by Room 201, Carolina Union or
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mandatory but arc suggested.
Open to the public, the proposed center will
have a garden grown with natural fertilizers, a
compost pile, water wells, a library, and a researcn
"In a way this will be a farm, for the people
living here will try to live off things normally
throw n away." Kehrer says. "But it will also be a
living demonstration of a self-sufficient place to
live: a demonstration of systems and technology
which enhance the environment as well as the
quality of life."
I en ECOS employees will build the center.
Thev will work 20 hours a week at the center.
building the structures, working in the garden, and
guiding public tours of the center's 50 acres. In
exchange, they will receive room, food and $10
spending money. Working only 20 hours a week
will give the workers an opportunity to find other
part-time jobs. Kehrer says.
The project is an attempt by ECOS to change its
image, Kehrer says. "Our membership has
dwindled and environmentalists are seen as
negative, telling people what they can't do. This is
an attempt by us to show meaningful ways of
solving the environmental problems we have
Construction of the center will cost between
$80,000 and $100,000. Kehrer says. The cost for
the 50 acres ECOS hopes to buy in Chatham
County will be approximately $50,000.
An orientation session for Murdoch Center will be
held Sept. 6 and 7 at 7:00 in Room 209 of the
Carolina Union. Carpools will be arranged for all
Automobiles & Auto Service
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VW GOT THE BLAHS? TUNE-UPS $12.50
PLUS PARTS. MUFFLERS. CLUTCHES,
SHOCKS, BRAKES, VALVES, REBUILDS.
THE BUG HAUS GUARANTEES PARTS &
LABOR. 967-7414 EVENINGS FOR
1966 Porsche 912S. Zero miles on rebuilt,
guaranteed engine. No rust underneath, excellent
mpg. Will appreciate. $3600. 1968 Mercedes
250SE. Exc. cond. $3100. 471-3616, Durham.
VW PARTS & MACHINE SERVICE FOR DO-IT-YOURSELFERS
AT LOWEST PRICES. THE
BUG HAUS. 967-7414 EVENINGS FOR
1964 VW Bug. Body has 96,000 miles, 1970 rebuilt
engine has 4,000 miles. 30 mpg. Great for getting
around town. $375, negotiable. 967-9329 Butch.
TRIUMPH SPITFIRE '74 1500cc 39,000 miles,
excellent condition, with extras. $2500 firm. Call
966-3338 or 227-2942 after 6 p.m.
Original jewelry by local craftsman. Recast old
gold. Custom and repair work welcome.
LYSANDER'S JEWELRY, 105 North Columbia
above Wally's. 10:30-5:30 Tues.-Fri., Sat. 11-3.
CLASSICAL RECORDS for sale. Good selection
of labels and composers while they last. In
excellent condition, less than half list price. Call
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.
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1 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.
Immediate Openings for Waitresses, Cooks,
Busboys & Dishwashers. Apply between 4 & 6
p.m. at Auggies Restaurant, 942-5153.
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.
Part-time delivery job; ideal for married student;
must have own car, Fridayafternoons;942-4691.
3.90 hr., part-time, flexible hours-W.E.A.I.
collegiate workstudy program - Interviews Aug.
31 Union Room 2:15 3:35 4:30 5:35.
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Old-time mountain fiddler from Asheville will
teach fiddle at all levels. Reasonable rates. Call
Learn to fly with the Chapel Hill Flying Club flight
time $12.50 per hour instruction $7.00 per hour
Becker's Electronics: Special $10.95 will repair,
clean, lube & adjust any make turntable. Expert
repairs all makes CB's, stereos, turntables,
radios. FCC license. Becker's Electronics, 108
Henderson St., 942-7959.
Shrimp, scallops, and fish fresh from the Carolina
mact A7hnlosalp and retail. Fridav. 9 a.m.-7 cm.
corner of Rosemary and Church. Quantities from
one pound on up available, txtra savings on
orders over 25 pounds. Please place special
orders, 25 pounds shrimp or scallops minimum,
by 3 p.m. Wednesday. Call 9424212. Stop by and
check our quality jndjarices,
Xerox copies just 5 per copy. Available at the
Daili Tar Heel, first floor, Carolina Union.
BLOW YOURSELF UP! For free information on
how to buy giant photo-posters of yourself, etc.
cheap, write Photo Bargains, - Box 12133,
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709.
WATERBED Consumers Guide: History,
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
S4 Permit . Call Jim Monday through Friday after
3 pm. 933-8460.
Art Boro The best place in town to buy your
artist's materials. At very competitive prices. In
sunny downtown Carrboro. The Studio Art
Supplies, 150 East Main Street. 929-6553
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS.
Thousands on file. All academic subjects. Send
$1.00 fnr mail order catalog. Box 25918-Z, Los
Angeles, Calif. 90025. (213) 477-8474.
Juli, I forget where you live. 1 can't find your
number. I guess you make quite an impression. If
you read this please call. Who Else? 967-8779.
Feeling "triple-crossed?" Have your very own
room. Share kitchen, living room, bath, patio.
$87.50mo. & !4 utilities. Come by 410B South
Greensboro St., Carrboro after 6 or call Tom at
Wanted: Liberal female roommate. Two bedroom
apt. Vi mile from campus $57.50 plus utilities.
Unfurnished bedroom. Call Debbie afternoons,
NO FRILL STUDENTTEACHER CHARTER
FLIGHTS, Europe, Israel, Asis, Mid East. July,
August, Fall Dates Available, Global Travel. 521
Fifth Avenue, N.Y., N.Y. 10017 (212) 379-3532. '
SANDELL BALLET STUDIO
MRS. RONNIE SUE MANDEL.
Ballet & Tap for Children & Adults
Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced Levels
AIR CONDITIONED S1UDIO 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
Lost & Found
Lost: Wallet , black three-fold. Lost in front of
Peabody or at Varsity tennis courts. If found,
please call Ervin Reid, 967-5708. Reward.
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