2 Thg Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, September
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public servics announcsments mint b turnsd In to the box outndt ths OTH office In the
Union by 1 00 p m. If they are to run ths next diy Each item will run it least twice.
The Accounting Club is holding the first meeting
of the semester at 7:30 p.m. in New Carroll Hall.
All old and new members are urged to attend. An
outline of the program will be presented.
TheUndergraduate History Association will
hold its first meeting of the year at 7:30 p.m. in 423
Hamilton Hall. All members are urged to attend
and anyone interested is invited.
There will be a meeting of the UNC Sailing
Club at 7 p.m. in Room 107 of the Carolina
Union. Anyone interested is welcome.
The Alpha Epsllon Delta Premedical
Predental Society will have its first meeting at 7
p.m. in Room 103 of Berryhill Hall.
TTte" UNC Rugby Club will hold its fall
organizational meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Village
Green between Rosemary and Franklin Streets.
There will be an organizational meeting at 7
p.m. in the South Gallery Meeting Room of the
Carolina Union. Anyone interested in bowling or
fun is welcome.
The Outing Club is meeting at 7 p.m. in
Murphy Hall. Everyone is welcome.The Alpha
Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, is having
its fall rush at 7:30 in Room 213-214 of the
The Media Board will meet at 7 p.m. in 4S2
Hamilton Hall. All board members and media
representatives are expected to attend.
The Law Guild will hold its first meeting at 7: 30
p.m. in the professor's lounge at the Law School.
Frats scouting since school opened
By MARY GARDNER
Although formal fraternity rush does not
begin until Sept. 25, informal rush has been
going on since students arrived two weeks
"This is a period of recruitment for the
fraternities," said Mark Mcrritt, vice
president for rush of the Interfraternity
Council (IFC). "We can invite guys over for
mixers, to play basketball, whatever."
Fraternities generally have an open rush
system, explained IFC President Todd
Raker. "In the time before formal rush
begins, you can get to know a lot of people
and visit different houses. Every house is
open to anyone who wants to come by. The
formal rush period is just a formality."
Formal rush will be held Sept. 25, 26 and
28. At this time, all fraternity houses are
open to interested men, and bids are given
out to prospective brothers.
No alcohol is permitted during formal
rush, Baker said. The rushees get a chance to
Woman's death at Inn ruled suicide;
dormitory fire, campus theft occur
The Orange County medical examiner
tentatively has ruled the death of a Chapel Hill
woman Friday as" suicide, Universfry Police
Ruth B. Howard, 45, of 125 North St. was
found dead in a room at the Carolina Inn by a
maid at 3:55 p.m. Friday. University Police
summoned to the scene called county medical
examiner Dr. Paul Hine, who arranged for an
autopsy to be performed Saturday.
Police officers at the scene said they believe the
woman died of a drug overdose.
Howard checked into the hotel at 3:35 p.m.
Thursday under a false name and paid in advance.
When she was discovered approximately 24 hours
The Newman Center food co-op. a
Catholic student organization which
provides produce, meat and cheese at a
discount to members, will resume operations
Bulk-buying is the reason the co-op can
offer low prices, said Diane lvins,
coordinator of the center.
The co-op adds a markup of 10 per cent to
cover operating expenses, she said, but with
the discount for quantity purchases, this still
provides much lower prices than those found
in a supermarket.
Another advantage of the co-op, lvins
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All law student spouses are invited to attend.
Activities and plans for the upcoming year will be
discussed. Refreshments "will be served.
The Contraceptive Health Education Clinic
(CHEC) will meet at 7 p.m. 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 after the
The executive council of the UNC Individual
Events Speech Team will h.-Md an important
meeting at 3:30 p.m. in 215 Bingham Hall.
Bowlersl Bowling leagues are starting now. There
will be an organizational meeting tonight at 7 in
the South Gallery Meeting Room of the Curolina
Union. Anyone interested is welcome.
The UNC Water-Polo Club will hold an
organizational meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept.
8, in Room 209 of the Carolina Union. The
meeting will be short. Call 967-3149 if there are
There will be a meeting of the undergraduate
Art History Association at 5 p.m. Thursday,
Sept. 8, in 115 Ackland. The meeting is open to
prospective majors and those interested in
organizing an art lecture series.
All persons interested in working with the YM
YWCA's 1977 International Handicrafts
Bazaar are invited to attend an informational
ask about costs, to learn other facts about
each fraternity and to meet the brothers.
"Three days without alcohol is not that
long; they can survive," Baker said.
Rush party invitations are sent to
freshmen and upperclassmen who have
expressed interest in a particular house or
who know a brother. Each fraternity usually
maintains a rush deck that lists names of
friends of the brothers.
"But there are lots of people who don't
know brothers, and we're interested in them,
too," Baker said.
Knowing a brother is not an important
factor, Merritt said. "The more people you
have going through the house, the better
chance you'll have to find people you're
interested in and who are interested in you.
It's a way to expand the number of people
"Asa rushee, you get to meet guys you like
and guys you hate, but almost everywhere
you go, you get freebies free beer, free
dinner, etc.," Baker said.
Bids either written invitations or verbal
later, police said, the only personal items found in
her room were a woman's purse and an empty
clothes bag." r " ' " 1 .
In another incident, a desk-top fire in a Parker
Dormitory room Thursday night caused $50
damage to the room and some nearby papers. The
occupant of the room put a pot of water on an
electric burner and left the room at 8:30 p.m.
More than $550 of audio-visual equipment was
reported stolen from Phillips Hall Friday.
University Police reports said two projectors and a
timer were taken sometime after the storage areas
were the equipment was kept were locked
Wednesday. Police have no suspects in the case.
co - op to open
said, is that food is distributed the same day
it is received. She said this means the food
usually is fresher than what is found in a
supermarket because it has not been sitting
on a shelf.
The food co-op is open to anyone.
Members must work at the co-op one day
each month to compile orders and supervise
food distribution. (A membership fee has
not been determined yet.)
The Newman Center is located on
Pittsboro Street across from the Carolina
Inn. Interested persons should come by,
beginning Wednesday to sign up.
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. . .
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Please note our new hours
meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Sept. 7, at the
College Students in Broadcasting (CSB) will
start off its activities this year with a fun-and-a-little-business
picnic from 4-6 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 7. at the Forest Theatre (across from Cobb
Dorm). CSB will provide hamburgers, hot dogs'
and drinks. The public is asked to bring the extras.
RTVMP and journalism majors are invited and
urged to attend. For more information call 929
9487. The Association for Women Students (AWS) is
having its first meeting at 7:30 Wednesday. Sept.
7, in the Music Gallery located upstairs in the
Carolina Union. All people interested in learning
about AWS and possibly joining please attend.
There will be a meeting of the Swim Team for all
men and women interested in competing on this
year's squad at 4 p.m. Wednesday. Sept. 7. in 204
Woollen Gym. Organization, schedule and
program will be discussed by Coach Comfort.
The MCAT-DAT Review Session will be held
at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7, in Room 103
Berryhill Hall. The session will cover general
chemistry by Asst. Prof. Lemburg.
The UNC Karate Club is having an
introductory meeting and film at 7 p.m.
Wednesday. Sept. 7, in Room 207 of the Carolina
Union. All interested men and women are invited
Orientation meetings for Umstead Psychiatric
Hospital volunteers will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 7, in Room 2 13 of the Carolina
Union. Volunteers should plan to attend one of
All people, men and women, interested in joining a
tennisClub are invited to attend the meeting at 7
p.m. Wednesday. Sept. 7, in Room 215 of the
Carolina Union. If interested but unable to attend
please leave your name with the sports club
ones are issued at each party during
formal rush. The brothers in each house vote
on each rushee beforeextendingabid."Very
few rushees get held out by only one or two
people," Baker said.
R. L. Adams. IFC vice president for
public relations, said a bid means two things.
One is that the brothers want that particular
person in the house, and the other is that they
think being in the house will be the best thing
"When you present a bid. you usually
want to be with the rushee to answer any
questions he may have and to encourage him
to join," Adams said.
"It's true that you try to convince the
person who received the bid that he would be
an asset to the house, but, of course, it is up
to him to make the final decision," Baker
Upperclassmen can receive bids beginning
with the first day they return to school.
Merritt said. "Upperclassmen can pledge
any time, but freshmen need more time.
They need to adjust to being here first, to
find out what school is about."
"The informal period is a grace period for
the freshmen to give them time to settle
down." Baker said.
Having many new pledges each year is an
advantage, especially financially. Baker said.
"Obviously, the more people you have, the
less each member will have to pay. in respect
to the house bilL for instance.. You do try to
get as many new brothers as you can, but at
the same time, youdon't wantonly numbers.
You have to consider quality as well as
Adams said belonging to a fraternity has
an intangible benefit. "The Greek
community lakes care of their own."
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Meeting Sept. 6 & 7, 7 PM
209 Student Union
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U DOWNTOWN a
to anti-porn bill
By MEREDITH CREWS
A tough antipornography bill that went
into effect Aug. I allowing adult theaters to
be declared public nuisances and shut down
has drawn mixed reactions from adult
theater owners in the Triangle area.
While some theaters have altered their
formats to cope with the new law, others
continue to show obscene movies despite the
possibility of strict enforcement.
According to the law, a business is
considered a nuisance if a substantial part of
the business consists of showing obscene
matter. Some theaters that used to show a
majority of X-rated films, such as Studio
One in Raleigh, have recently switched
distributors and now show regular movies.
"We've lost some customers since we
stopped showing X-rated films, but it's too
early to tell whether we're going to get hurt
by the transition," Studio One Manager
Michael Washburn said.
The Chateau II Adult Theater in Raleigh
continues to show X-rated films. According
to the manager, the X-rated movie business
is "not so hot" as a result of publicity over the
"Business has been slack for the past few
weeks because a Durham man was arrested
for showing X-rated films," the manager
said. "I expect business to pick up once the
controversy dies down."
The Wak-Art theater in Zebulon is trying
to compromise with the new law. The theater
used to specialize in adult films, but now
shows regular movies in the evenings and X
rated films in the afternoons.
"We still have a good audience for the X
rated films, but we're losing a little on the
regular movies. I can't speculate about the
overall effect this will have on business." said
Leonard Fowler. Wak-Art manager.
Movie theaters in Chapel Hill have not
been affected by the new law because their
movie listings are not considered obscene.
The Midway Drive-In in Durham, the
Country Drive-In in Smithfield and the 403
Drive-In in Clinton still advertise adult
According to the law, obscenity refers to
films or publications in which sex acts are
explicitly depicted. It also encompasses
"lewd displays of the genital areas."
The county district attorney or the N.C.
attorney general may initiate action to have
the business declared a nuisance through
Ralph Strickland of the Durham County
District Attorney's office said they are
investigating the adult theaters.
The Carolina Union Activities Board! Eric Locher, pres.
If interested in serving on a committee, stop by the Union information desk.
CURRENT AFFAIRS Nancy Mattox
The Current Affairs Committee reaffirms commitment to the education and well being of the student
community, both by dealing with the current concerns of the immediate community and issues facing the
state and country at large. The aim is to bring students together with decision makers and experts in
participatory Group-Think. Topics may range from scientific responsibility and recombinant DNA to the
recall of a student body president.
FORUM Ed Nanney
Striving to present a balanced program, the committee selects and presents speakers which represent
the wide-ranging interests of the university community. Classroom visits, informal receptions and other
opportunities for personal contact with students are incorporated into the speaker's itinerary when
GALLERY Susanna Bowen
The Gallery Committee involves working with and meeting new, exciting people who are interested in
expanding their knowledge of Art. A variety of exhibits ranging from c rafts to sculpture will be selected
and disployed by the committee.
PERFORMING ARTS Carolyn Jack
The committee provides the UNC campus with entertainment ond cultural events in the areas of dance,
comedy and variety, music and drama. It seeks to enrich campus life not only with professional
programs, but with opportunities for students to display their own talents and to create their own
PUBLICITY Richard Young
Utilizing The Tar Htl, other newspapers, monthly calendars, posters and fliers, radio and TV, and the
infamous Cube, the committee's staff of artists and writers will keep the university community abreast of
what is to come.
RECREATION Helen Ruth Fleming
The Recreation Committee is in charge of coordinating and creating both competitive and spontaneous
events. Areas of interest include: the College Bowl, bowling, billiards, bridge and chess. Whether
through tournaments, exhibitions or instruction, the committee provides a year-round program of
SOCIAL Ana Mari McClanahan
Weekly entertainment in Deep Jonah, the Union coffeehouse, will be the major focus of the Social
Committee whose program also includes dances in the Pit, disco nights and other informal parties and
SOUTH CAMPUS Nick long
The South Campus Committee will attempt to coordinate programs between the dorms "south of the Bell
Tower" and the various Union committees. It will serve as a catalyst to create a better living-learning
environment for South Campus residents and for the entire campus as well.
SPECIAL PROJECTS Dana Papke
As the name implies, Special Projects encompasses a myriad of focal points whether initiated by an
individual student or student groups. In addition, the committee organizes such projects os the Free
University Program enobling students to engage in the "classroom experience" as either student or
VIDEOTAPE Clarence Burke
Using amateurs ond students with video experience, the committee will provide students with intersting
ond informative shows. They will select "canned" programs and provide promotional tapes for other
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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
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.
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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.
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.
Records & Albums
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WANT TO BUY new or used LP's or entire
collections. Good prices. 5-9 pm. 929-6175.
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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 P.M. 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.
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.
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
Part-time delivery job; ideal for married student;
must have own car, Friday afternoons;942-4691.
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.
WANTED: SITTER with car 1 or 2 afternoons
weekly 2:30-5:30. You can earn $'s and study. Call
Typist: experienced in legal psychological,
business, etc. Papers, theses, and dissertations.
IBM Correcting Selectric, reasonable rates.
Located in Mebane. Call 1-563-2744.
; , MANAGER TRAINEES
Weekends an3 night? from 5"pm to 2 am
1. Experience working with people
2. Good organizer
3. Appearance appropriate for food service
4. Willing to wear uniform
5. Previous food preparation experience
1. Start at $135 wk. with increases according
2. Group insurance plan available
3. Chance for promotion
4. Food on job
5. Good folks to work for
Apply in person between 12 noon-5 pm
300 W. Rosemary St.
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Weekends and nights from 5 pm to 2 am.
' Flexible part time also available.
. 1. Previous pizza experience desirable
2. Positive attitude about serving people
3. Ab)eto follow rules
4. Appearance appropriate for food service
5. Willing to wear uniform
1. Flexible schedule for students
2. Start at $2.30hr. with raises according to
3. Chance for promotion
4. Food on job
5. Good folks to work for
Apply in person between 12 noon-5 pm
300 W. Rosemary St.
DO YOU ENJOY
Weekends and nights from 5 pm to 2 am. Part
time too. We need waiter-waitress oriented
pizza delivery people.
1. Valid N.C. Driver's license
2. positive attitude about serving people
3. able to follow rules
4. appearance appropriate for food service
5. able to carry 15 lb. oven 100 yds. 30 times a
6. willing to wear uniform
7. able and willing to be courteous and work
for a tip
8. pre vious food service experience desirable
9. knowledge of Chapel Hill streets, UNC
campus and housing
1. schedule flexible to students
2. start $2hr. plus tips to $2.50hr,
3. chance for promotion
4. food on job
5. good folks to work for
6. IF DRIVING OWN CAR, liberal compensa
tion for mileage
Apply in person between 12 noon-5 pm
300 W. Rosemary Street
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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
Shrimp, scallops, and fish fresh from the CaroliruJ
coast. Wholesale and retail. Friday, 9 am.-7 p.m.
corner of Rosemary and Church. Quantities from
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orders over 25 pounds. Please place special
orders, 25 pounds shrimp or scallops minimum,
by 3 p.m. Wednesday. Call 9424212. Stop by andj
check our quality and prices.
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Wanted: Liberal female roommate. Two bedroom
apt. xk mile from campus $57.50 plus xk utilities.
Unfurnished bedroom. Call Debbie afternoons,
LAW STUDENT NEEDS female housemate.
$132mo., 1 mi. from campus on bus route, fur
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wooded area. Call 929-3145.
Roommate needed: Bedroom in Carrboro
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