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1 he Carolina Qodlva Track Club will have an
organizational meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday,
Sept. I, in theSouthGalleryMeetingRoomof the
Carolina Union. All runners and joggers
interested in joining the club should attend.
There will be a meeting of last year's Toronto
Exchange membera at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1,
in Room 205 of the Carolina Union. The
Exchange needs to arrange an interviewing
schedule for this year's prospective members.
The Carolina Indian Clrclt will hold an
organisational meeting to get acquainted and
discuss this semester's plans at 7:30 Thursday.
Sept. I. in Room 202 of the Carolina Union. Slides
of last year's spring Pow-Wow will be shown.
There will be a full service meeting of the
Human Sexuality Information and
Counseling Service at 7:30 p.m. Sept. I. in the
Carolina Union. Those counselors interested in
working this year should attend this important
The Dl-Phl Societies will meet at 8 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. I, in New West Dormitory. All
members and interested students are encouraged
Rod Abernathy will be playing from 8-1 1 p.m.
I'hursday. Sept. I, in the Carolina Union
basement. Bring your own beer or wine. No cover
UNC food services refuse
to change student's plan
By BARRY SMITH
Staff W riter
Two students have complained to the
Student Consumer Action Union about
the refusal of the student food service to
change a student's meal plan to a less
A spokesperson for Servomation
Mathias Inc., which provides on
campus food service at Chase Cafeteria,
the Pine Room cafeteria and the Union
Snack Bar, told the Daily Tar Heeltesl
Wednesday that no changes in a
student's meal plan would be made until
after Sept. I.
Accoiding to the spokesperson, who
refused to identify herself, a student
could not get a more expensive or a less
expensive plan until then.
But Amy Whitley, a freshman from
Wendell, said a Servomation official
told her that she could change to a more
expensive plan but could not change to a
less expensive plan.
Whitley said she had applied for the
plan and wanted to change to the
Servomation policy states that meal
plan cards are non-refundable unless the
student withdraws fcom the University
Umstead Psychiatric Hospital needs
student volunteers lor the tall
semester. Any interested student may
pick up an application in Room 102 of
the Y-Building. Orientation meetings
will be held on Sept. 7 and 8 at 7:30PM
in Room 213 of the Carolina Union.
Volunteers should plan to attend one
of these meetings.
Reupholstered Couches, Sofa Beds
good as new Trom $109.95
Reupholstered Chairs- from $ 59.95
Beds used from $ 7.50
used sterilized from $ 7.50 a.
NEW INNERSPRINQ MATTRESSES.
BOXSPRINGS,... fromf 41.75w.
NEW POLYFOAM MATTRESSES
AND BOXSPRINGS from $ 44.95ea
NEW ADJUSTABLE BED FRAMES
from $ 13.95
NEW BED PILLOWS 2 for $ 3.35
APPLIANCES AND KITCHENWARESI
Televisions rebuilt trom S 39.95
Radios good conditionfrom $ 5.95
Vacuum Cleaners good working
condition from $ 5.95
Lamps from $ 3.95
Small Electrical Appliances,
kitchenwares. . from .05 to $ 5.00
from $ .79
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
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A "get-acquainted" reception, complete with
refreshments, will follow the weekly meeting of (he
Christian Science Organization at 5:15 p.m.
Thursday. Sept. I, in the Carolina Union. All
interested students and facultv are welcome.
The Tuesday Worship of the Baptist Ministry
will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday. Sept. I. in 203
Battle Lane. The new chaplain intern. Charlcne
Horton, will speak on "Involvement." Recreation
precedes at 5 p.m.
. There will be a meeting ol the UNC Jugglers
Association at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. I, by the
Old Well. Beginners and non-jugglers who would
like to learn are especially welcome. For more
information call Bruce at 6-l 191.
The UNC Rugby Club will be holding initial
practices at 5 p.m. Thursday. Sept. I, on Eagles
Field behind the UNC General Admission
Building. Experienced and novice players are
"Growing In Grace," an organisation for
Christian Fellowship and Teaching, will meet
from 7-9 p.m. Thursday. Sept. I, in the fourth
floor Faculty Lounge of Dey Hall. Everyone is
The SOT sisters of the Sigma Omega Tau
sorority cordially invite all Spi-Phi prospective
and old members to a keggcr at 8 p.m. Thursday.
Sept. I. at their Carrboro Mansion on Laurel
Avenue. A demonstration will be held at 7:30
or joins a fraternity, sorority or training
The Servomation spokesperson told
the DTH that only students who had
applied for a meal-plan ticket and had
not yet paid for it or had obtained a
waiver letter from the Student Aid
Office could change or cancel their
Whitley said she had obtained a
waiver letter, which assures
Servomation that money from the
Student Aid Office will be forthcoming
to pay for the meal plan.
If Servomation policy were adhered
to, Whitley would be unable to obtain a
less expensive meal plan. She also would
be unable to obtain any' other plan.
Whitley said she was told, however, that
she could change to a more expensive
The spokesperson told the D TH that
any alteration of a student's meal plan
would be made on an individual basis.
She said she did not know the criteria
for altering meal plans, adding that
Dick Patton, Servomation manager,
handled those situations and decided
the criteria for making changes,
Patton could not be reached for
comment on Whitley's complaint.
BEAUTIFUL BUYS AT SUPER
BOTTOM PRICES! WHAT A WAY
TO START THE FALL!
BLOCK BUSTER 1 - Group Wool Sport Coats,
Solids & Plaids, Reg. $75,
At You Don't Have To Have An Australian Sheep
Block Buster 2 Group dress shirts, long and half
sleeves, Reg. To $20,
At A Throw Away Your Sewing Machine $4.90.
Block Buster 3 Corduroy sport coats, lined, Reg.
At You Too Can Enjoy The Cloth Of Kings $29.90.
Block Buster 4 Worsted Wool Suits, Vested, Reg.
At You Don't Have To Know Anybody But Milton
Blotk Buster 5 Entire stock knit shirts, Reg. to
At A Mad, Mad Milton $7.90
Block Buster 6 Imported India Madras shirts, half
sleeves, Reg. to $25,
At A You Don't Have To Endure The Indian Heat
Block Buster 7 Worsted Wool Famous Name
Pants, Reg. $50,
At A Sam You Made The Pants Just Right $24.90.
Block Buster 8 Imported Corduroy Suits, Vested,
At A Be Sharp And Casual $59.90.
Block Buster 9 Group Oxford Button-Down Shirts,
At A Milton Loves You $7.90.
Block Buster 10 Crew Neck Wool Shetland
Sweaters, Reg. $30,
At A Booga Booga Black Sheep $13.90.
ALL THESE AND MORE UNBELIEVABLE BUYS AWAIT
YOU AT THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF MILTON'S
163 E. Franklin St.
Downtown Chapel Hill
entitled "What to do in a Crisis - Emergency
Sewing lor When the Alligator Falls Off." Sand
and beach balls will be provided,
lhe first organisational meeting of the UNC
Recreation Society will be held at 3:30
Thursday. Sept. I. in Room 217 of the Carolina
Union. Everyone interested is invited to attend.
Find oui what it's all about!
The UNC Chess Club will hold its initial
meeting of the year at 7 p.m. Thursday. Sept. I . in
the Carolina Union. Those interested in the N.C.
State Championship Tournament to be held Sept.
3-5 are especially urged to attend.
The Air Force ROTC will have a Field Day at 5
p.m. Thursday. Sept. I. at Ehringhaus Field.
Activities will include softball and volleyball
games. All ROTC Cadets are invited to attend.
The NC Fellows Program will hold Open
House between 8-1 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. I. in 208
Pettigrew Hall for all sophomores and freshmen
interested in applying for membership. The
program is designed to contribute to the
development of responsible and creative
leadership. For more information call 933-5032.
There will be a meeting of the UNC Sailing
Club at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Sept. 6. in Room 107 of
the Carolina Union. Anyone interested is
Tryouts for J.V. Cheerleadlng will be held at
6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 5. in Carmichael
Auditorium. All freshmen and sophomores who
are interested should attend.
The Triangle Area Lesbian Feminists will
have their monthlv meeting and potluck dinner at
7 p.m. Saturday. Sept. 3. Call 942-7098 or 933-
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If these students are seeking intormation on Servomatton's refund and change of
meal-plan policy, no wonder they look confused and apprehensive.
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0036 lor t iUc oi ' orm.it ion All lesbians,
especially new ,ticms. au- welcome.
The Spi-Pr.i Fraternity will be holding us
annual Khaki Day at 4:30 p.m. Friday, Sept 2, m
the Teague Basement in honor of the Hong Kong
(CVC) Chapter and all newcomers to UNC. Wear
The Gallery Theatre of the Carrboro Art
School will present "Maintenance" and "America
With a Moustache" at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 2
3. in the Pocket Theatre in Durham.
Applications for the 1977-1978 Toronto
Exchange will be available at theCarolina Union
Information Desk on Thursday. Sept. I.
Interviews will be held Thursday. Sept. 8. through
Tuesday, Sept. 13.
The first course of the UNC Parachute Club
will be offered at 7:30 Sept. 6-8 in 303 Woollen
Gym. For further information call 929-4014.
Poetry, fiction and art submitted to the Spring
1977 issue of the Cellar Door may be picked up in
Room 205 of the "Y" Building from 10-12 on
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and from 1-3 on
Mondays and Thursdays. While unclaimed
manuscripts will not be thrown out, they may be
used for scrap paper, floor mats. etc. For further
information call 933-0373.
Volunteer Tutors are needed for elementary
and junior high school students. Pick up an
application and information in Room 102 at the
Anyone interested in registering for volunteer
work at NC Memorial Hospital should drop by
the volunteer office on the first floor of the main
hospital between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. For more
information call 966-4793.
R egistrat ion for the GSFLT (Grad uate Student
Foreign Language Test) mast be completed by
Hackney's has trail shorts
Easy-care, easy-wearing, multi-pocketed
trail shorts in khaki colors. Small
and large sizes. 12.50
for people who play. . .
MalLChapel Hill North HillsRaleigh
Open Labor Day
J . vJV J J
jf Hours -Mon.-Sat. 10-6:30
t.1 Nash Hall. There is a $1 3 fee and the test
will be held on Oct. 8.
Applications for the LSAT (Law School
Admission Test) have arrived at 101 Nash Hall.
The legislation date is Sept. 8 and the fee is $14.
The test will be held on Oct. 8.
The area's only
Marching Tar Heels Football Cushions $2.00
All Profits Go To The Tar Heel Marching Band
Open 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. ,
Monday - Saturday
Eastgate Shopping Center
Around the Corner Next to Eckerd's
'Register at Poor Richard's for the Super Champion
SWISS ARMY KNIFE WITH 24 FEATURES
Drawing to be held October 15 You do not have to be present to win.
An orientation sessbn 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
STUDENTS WELCOME Binkley Baptist
Church, S.E. corner of University Mall. Rides
available from Student Union (Raleigh Rd.
entrance) and Chase Cafeteria each Sunday, 9:20
for Church School (College Class) and 10:30 for
Morning Worship at 11:00. Dress optional - we
know Jesus never had a tie.
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.
Mercedes Benz 1968. New body style, sunroof, 4
speed, stereo, runs well, like new interior. John
967- 7993. Evenings.
1971 Fiat Spyder,5 speed, tape deck. $1000. 967
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 1150. Also available 28
mm, 100 mm, 3X teleextension and close up lens
and cases. Call John at 682-1297 in Durham.
Kenwood KA-2002 stereo amplifier and Garrard
40B turntable-changer. Both in excellent
condition. Both for only $110.00. Originally
$250.00. CaH Allen at 933-2884.
K&L Sound Services official campus
representative Paul Kemp. Sell over 120 brands of
stereo equipment, TV's, CB's, car stereos at low
discount prices. Call 933-8813.
Need music? Short on money? $100 is all 1 want in
trade for my 22 rms watts channel receiver with
speakers! (cost $350 new). Call Nevin at 967-9672
after 6, 966-2254 during the day.
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.
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.
Immediate Openings for Waitresses, Cooks,
Busboys & Dishwashers. Apply between 4 & 6
p.m. at Auggies Restaurant, 942-5153.
Part-time delivery job; ideal for married student;
must have own car, Friday afternoons; 942 4691.
Reliable person wanted to care for two boys, ages
6 and 3. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 2:30 to
5:15. Colony Woods on bus route. 929 1284
Typist: experienced in legal psychological,
business, etc. Papers, theses, and dissertations.
IBM Correcting Selectric, reasonable rates.
Located in Mebane. Call 1-563-2744.
Needed: men and women for light city delivery
work. Full & part time openings. Excellent
income. Day and evening openings. Apply in
person 201 N. Roxboro St. (downtown area)
Northwestern Bank Bldg. Suite 200, Durham
N.C. 9:00 A.M. til 8:00 PM. Mon-Friday.
Wanted - people to do phone work. Day &
evening shifts available. Good pay. No experience
needed. We train. Apply in person 201 N.
Roxboro St. (downtown area.) Northwestern
Bank Bldg. Suite 200, Durham, N.C. 9.00 A.M. til
8:00 PM. Mon-Friday.
SANDtLL BALLET STUDIO
MRS. RONNIE SUE MANDEL
Ballet & Tap for Children & Adults
Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced Levels
AIR CONDITIONED oiUDIU Wim
UNIVERSITY SQUARE, adiacent to
Granville Towers 9?) 7304
DAT (Dental Admissions Test) applications
must be received in Chicago by Sept. 12 (mail a
week earlier). This is the last time to take this
admission test to any dental school for the fall of
, '78. Applications are available in 311 South
Building or in 101 Nash Hall.
authentic surplus store
nylon and canvas
Learn to fly with the Chapel Hill FlyingClub - flight
time $12.50 per hour instruction $7.00 per hour
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 Re id, 967-5708. Reward.
Lost keys on orange wire in hospital area. If found
please call Cheryl at 942-1205. Thank you.
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.
Shrimp, scallops, and fish fresh from the Carolina
coast. Wholesale and retail. Friday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
corner of Rosemary and Church. Quantities from
one pound on up available. Extra 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 and prices.
Xerox copies just 5t per copy. Available at the
Daily Tar Heel, first floor, Carolina Union.
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 for mail order catalog. Box 25918-Z, Los
Angeles, Calif. 90025. (213) 477-8474.
Feeling "triple-crossed?" Have your very own
room. Share kitchen, living room, bath, patio.
$87.50mo. & H utilities. Come by 410B South
Greensboro St., Carrboro after 6 or call Tom at
Wanted: Liberal female roommate. Two bedroom
apt. mile from campus $57.50 plus utilities.
Unfurnished bedroom. Call Debbie afternoons,
Wanted: female contract for Granville East, south
or north campus dorm. Urgent. Call 3-2453. Ask
Roommate needed: Bedroom in Carrboro
cottage, $70mo. Call 967-3361. Keep trying.
Very mature individual to share lovely house with
other. $115month. 929-3621. Keep trying.
Wanted: roommate to share unfurnished two
bedroom Old Well apartment. Call 967-8363 and
Need quiet, studious female roommate to share
one bedroom furnished apt. $85 monthly plus &
utilities. Call 942-2153 after 3 pm.
Law student needs female graduate student as
roommate for apartment in Carrboro. Must like
dogs. $82.50 plus utilities. Call Anne Fishburn at
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