Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public lerwlc nnouncemenlj moot be turned In to the box outside the DTH office in the
Union by 1:00 p.m if they are to run the next day Each item will run at least twice.
The Spl-Phl Fraternity would like to welcome
the representatives of the Hong Kong (CVC)
chapter and all newcomers to UNC by holding
their annual Fall Khaki Day, at 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
i-riday, Sept. 2, in the basement of Teague. Wear
The Gallery Theatre of the Carrboro. Art
Reupholstered Couches, Sofa Bods
good as new fr0m $109.95
Reupholstered Chairs- from $ 59.95
Beds used from $ 7.50
used sterilized from$ 7.50 ea.
NEW INNERSPRING MATTRESSES.
BOXSPRINGS.... fromS 41.75 o.
NEW POLYFOAM MATTRESSES
AND BOXSPRINGS from $ 44.95 e a
NEW ADJUSTABLE BED FRAMES
NEW BED PILLOWS 2for S s!i?
APPLIANCES AND KITCHENWARESl
Televisions rebuilt . . trom $ 39.95
Radios good condition from $ 5.95
Vacuum Cleaners good working
condition from $ 5.95
Lamps from $ 3.95
Small Electrical Appliances,
kitchenwares . . from .05 to $ 5.00
CLOTHING Clean, pressed
from $ .79
OPEN ALL DAY LABOR DAY,
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
Original Goodwill Stan
1121 Wt Main St., Durham
(Acrou From Ea1 Dud Campuf)
Open Monday-Friday, 9 9
largest Goodwill Start
(locotad in Goodwill Induitritt Ptont)
930 E. Mam St., Durham
Chop! HMIComWa, call toll h
Opon: Monday-Saturday, 9-6
FREE PARKING AT BOTH LOCATIONS'
BUY A TARHEEL
School will present "M aintenance" and "America
with a Moustache" at 8:30 p.m. Friday and
Saturday. Sept. 2 and 3, at the Pocket Theatre in
Durham. These will be the final performances of
the two new plays so if you missed "Maintenance"
in Chapel Hill, be sure to see it at the Pocket
Theatre in Durham.
The Accounting Club will hold the first
meeting of the semester at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Sept. 6. in New Carroll. All old and new members
are urged to attend. An outline of the program will
An informational meeting of all persons
This Friday and Saturday
National Recording Artists
on the Chelsea Label
Primo Rock & Roll
Cover only $2.00
Deli open 1 1 a.m. 'til Midnight
Best Game Room in Town
See For Yourself!
128 E. Franklin St. Chapel Hill
denotes discount draft & No Cover charge
"Denotes No Cover Charge
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Casual Corner would like to welcome
freshmen by offering a new school year
introductory 20 discount on your pur
chase. Casual Corner is stocked with all the
latest fall fashions , so bring your I.D. card,
the coupon below and your naed body to
Casual Corner well do the rest1.
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Please bring this coupon with your col
lege I.D. or temporary I.D. for your 20
discount at your nearest Casual Corner.
Only one coupon per purchase.
'Coupon good only on regular priced merchandise.
Offer Good Thru Sept. 7, 1977
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-OPEN LABOR DAY
interested in working with the YM-YWCA's 1977
International Handicrafts Bazaar will he held at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. September 7 in the Y
College Student In Broadcasting will start
off its activities this year with a "fun-and-a-little
business" picnic from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Sept. 7 at Forest Theatre (across from Cobb
Dorm). CSB will provide hamburgers, hot dogs
and drinks. The public is asked to bring the extras.
All interested RTVMPandJournalism majors are
invited to attend- For more information call 929
9487. The Undergraduate History Association will
hold its first meeting of the year at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday. Sept. 6. in 423 Hamilton Hall. All
members are urged to attend and anyone
interested is invited.
The Association lor Women Students is
having its first meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Sept. 7. in the Music Gallery located upstairs in
the Carolina Union. All people intercsled in
learning about AWS please attend.
There will be a swim team meeting for all men
and women interested in competing on this year's
squad at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7. in 204
Women's Gym. Urgani7ation. schedule, and
program will be discussed by Coach Comfort.
The UNC Jugglers Association will meet at 3
p.m. Sunday. Sept. 4. by Ihe Old Well. Beginners
and non-jugglers who would like to learn are
especially welcome. For more information call
Bruce Iv'ins at 967-9622.
The Triangle Area Lesbian Feminists will
have their monthly meeting and potluck dinner at
7 p.m. Saturday.Sept. 3. Call 942-7098 or 933
0036 lor rides or information. All lesbians are
welcome, especially new students.
The MCAT-DAT review session will be held
at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Sept. 7. in Room 103
Berryhill Hall. The session will be headed by Dr.
I.emburg and will cover general chemistry.
There will be a meeting of the UNC Sailing
Club at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Sept. 6. in Room 107 of
Ihe 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 interested freshmen and
sophomores should attend.
Ihe UNC Karate Club is having un
introductory meeting and film at 7 p.m.
W ednesday. Sept. 7. in R oom 207 of the Carolina
Union. All interested men and women are invited.
Ihe Alpha Epsllon Delta Premedlcal
Predental Society will hold its first meeting at 7
p.m. Tucsdav. Sept. 6. in Room 103 Berry hill
Orientation meetings for Umstead
PsychlatriCjttospital volunteers will be held at
7:30 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday. Sept. 7
and 8. in Room 213 of the Carolina Union.
Volunteers should plan to attend one of these
The Hlllel Kosher Dell .reopens at 6 p.m.
Wednesday. Sept. 7. Cartoons and movies w ill be
shown at 7:30. Hillel is located at 210 W. Cameron
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Carolina Godlva track club has a full
schedule ol races and non-competitive e ents this
tall. Runners and joggers ol all standards are
encouraged to join. For more information call
942-2516 or 933-1013,
Interviews lor the I977-W8 Toronto
Exchange will he held Thursday. Sept. 8. and will
continue through Tuesday. Sept. 13. Interview
sign-up sheets are available ai ihe intormation
desk ol the Carolina Union.
.loin I he UNC Parachute Clubl This semester's
first course will be offered al 7:30 p m. Tuesday
thiough I hursd.iv. Sept. 6 to 8. in Room 303 of
Woollen Gym. f or tunher information on this
sale and exciting sport, call 929-4014.
Volunteer tutors are needed lor elementary
and junior high school students. Pick up an
application and information in Room 102 of the
Registration lor volunteer work at NC
Memorial Hospital is being held from 9 a.m. to 7
p.m. Wednesday. Aug. 31. through Friday. Sept.
2. on the first floor of the main hospital in the
volunteer office. For more information call 966
4?93. ! Ihe Human Sexuality Counseling Service
applications for perspective peer counselors are
now available at Ihe Carolina Union information
Registration lor the GSFLT (Graduate
Student Foreign Language Test is taking place
now in Nash Hall. Registration must be completed
by Sept. 7. There is a $13.00 Ice.
The LSAT (Law School Admission Test)
applications have arrived. They are in 101 Nash
Hall (University Counseling Center). Ihe
registration dale is Sept. 8 and the Ice is $14.
Applications lor the DAT (Dental Admission
Test) must be received in Chicago by Sept. 12
(mail a week earlier). 1 his is the last time to take
this admission test to dental school for fall '78.
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Grip Strip Gauze Tape
Carolina Racquet Covers
Wilson Tennis Balls $2.79
Slazenaer Tennis Balls $2.49
Pro Ked Tennis Shoes at Discount Prices!
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Applications are in the Predent-Premed advising
office. 31 1 South Building.
Ihe 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 Carolina Union desk.
Poetry, fiction, and artwork submitted to the
spring 1977 issue of the Cellar Doot may be
picked up in Room 205 of the Y Buildingfrom I to
3 on Mondays and Thursdays. Unclaimed
manuscripts are presently being used for scrap
paper, floor mats, and dust cloths, but will not be
thrown awav. For further information call 933
0357. All new and old Attorney General Start
members and Honor Court members are asked
to come by Suite C to leave their current
Any graduate or professional student interested
in serving on one of the Chancellor's
Committees, should contact the GPSF office of
the Carolina Union, phone 933-5675. The
Committees are: Building and Grounds. Traffic
and Transportation (a married graduate student
now living in Odum Village is needed for this) and
The Alpha Phi Omega Fall Book Co-Op will
be holding Money-Back-Days Sept. 2 and 6.
All Sports Club officers are requested to
phone in their names, phone numbers, and
addresses to the Sports Club Council (933-103 1 ).
A series ot Meditations for beginning and
experienced meditators will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Friday Sept. 9. through Oct. 14 at the Newman
Center l ibrary. Topics include color, relaxation,
hope, guidance and other meditations. (This series
is not in any way associated with the
Transcendental Meditation program.) There is no
charge, but a donation to the Newman Center
would be appreciated. For more information, call
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