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There will be a pep rally today at 9 p.m. in
Hoshamer Stadium for the Kentucky Came.
THERE WILL BE FREE BEER!
The UNC Bowling Club and UNC
Bowling team are holding an
organizational meeting at 3 p.m. in Room
217 of the Carolina Union. Anyone
interested, men and women, is invited.
The UNC-CH Water Polo Club will be
holding an organizational meeting at 7 p.m.
in Room 209 of the Carolina Union. The
meeting will be short. Call 967-3 1 49 for more
There will be a meeting of the
Undergraduate Art History Atioclatlon
at 5 p.m. in 115Ackland.The meeting will be
open to prospective majors and those
interested in organizing an art lecture series.
The UNC Scuba Club will have an
introductory meeting and slide show at 7
p.m. in Room 304 of Woollen Gym. Dive
trips will be planned. Anyone interested is
There will be aUNCCC Short Course
entitled "What Is a Computer" at 3 p.m. in
Room 228 Phillips Hall.
A meeting will be held for those interested
in working for The Journalist, the UNC
School of Journalism publication at 7 p.m.
in the basement of Howell Hall.
The UNC Jugglers Association will
meet at 3 p.m. at the Old Well, Beginners and
non-jugglers who would like to learn are
The North Campus Chapter of the
Intervarslty Christian Fellowship will
have its first meeting at 7 p.m. in the parlor of
the Chapel of the Cross Episcopal Church.
Fveryone is invited.
Barry Gabel and Friends will be
performing at 8 p.m. in Deep Jonah. There
w ill be free popcorn and refreshments will be
sold. Bring your own beer and wine. No
'We built it, we
WASHINGTON (UP1) - Shouting "no,
no, no," more than 2,000 protesters
demonstrated near the Pan American Union
and the White House Wednesday before,
during and after the signing of the Panama
Throughout the historic day, middle-aged
veterans, young human rights activists,
mcmbcis of both political parties and even a
few American Nazis gave vent to their
One daytime demonstration was held on
the steps of the Capitol, with several
members of Congress making speeches
denouncing the agreement to turn the canal
over to Panama in the year 2000.
Near the Pan American Union, at about
the time President Carter and Panamanian
leader Omar Torijos were signing the treaty,
a bespectacled old woman wearing white
loafers and a white dress waved a banner
saying: "We built it, we paid for it, keep it!"
Passing cars with bumper stickers reading
"Honk if you want to keep the canal" drew
'DTH' starts new distribution system
A new Daily Tar Heel distribution system,
moving some old drop sites and adding
several new ones, is now in effect.
DTH Editor Greg Porter said the new
system, with a total of 41 boxes, should be
more effective and more efficient.
Drop boxes for some areas have been
moved outside to serve more conveniently all
the dorms in that area, such as the Women's
Triad and the Upper and Lower Quad.
"In the past, the drop box for an area such
as one of the Quads or the Triad has been
convenient only to the dorm in which it was
placed," Porter said. "We've now moved
these boxes outside to a central position so
they will serve all the dorms in the areas
they're designed to serve."
New campus drop sites have been added at
Coker Hall, Rosenau Hall, the Health
Sciences Library, Joyner Dorm and
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I in conjunction with UNC ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. invites everyone
to attend their annual rush, "Rushing to
Delta' at 7 p.m. in Room 202-204 of the
Hinton James presents "The
Abominable Mr. Phlbes" at 8 and 10 p.m.
in James Recreation Room. The show stars
Vincent Price and admission is 50c.
Gymnastics tryouts will be held at 3:30
p.m. in the gymnastics area of Woollen Gym.
All interested persons should come.
Bring poetry, prose, or essays to the Di
Phi Reading Night at 8 p.m. in 300 New
The Brothers of the My Zeta Chapter of
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity would like to
cordially invite all persons interested in
Alpha to their Fall Smoker at 7 p.m. in
There will be an organizational meeting of
the First Collegiate Bassmastersof UNC
CH at 7:30 p.m. in the first floor lounge
room of Hinton James. Anyone interested in
fishing is welcome.
PI Lambda Phi's "Welcome Back to the
New House Party" will be at 8 p.m. at 107
Fraternity Court. There will be free beer and
everyone is invited.
The Current Affairs Committee of the
Carolina Union will meet at 5 p.m. in Room
215 of the Carolina Union. All persons
interested in experimental Union
programming or in creating an atmosphere
of student unity are welcome to attend.
The Dialectic and Philanthropic
Literary Societies will meet for readings
and business at 8 p.m. in 300 New West. All
members are urged to attend. As always,
visitors are welcome.
The UNC Recreation Society will meet
at 3:30 in Room 202 of the Carolina Union.
This will be a very important meeting and
anyone interested in joining is invited to
paid for it, we
cheer and applause from the crowds.
The demonstrators estimated by U.S.
Park Police to number over 2,000 were
kept across Pennsylvania Avenue from the
White House and at least a block from the
Pan American Union, headquarters of the
Organization of American States where
virtually all the hemisphere's top leaders
gathered for the signing.
In general, those opposing the canal
transfer predominated at the Pan American
Union, while demonstrators near the White
House were mostly protesters of military
rule in some Latin American countries,
"Jimmy, JeTy, Henry, go home," shouted
treaty opponents as Carter and his special
guest, former President Gerald Ford, were
driven to the ceremony. , s-
Those in the crowd across from rhe White "
House, where the President held a dinner for
a large group of the visiting dignitaries,
carried signs saying "Carter's Human Rights
Policy: Dinner with all the Fascists" and
Henderson Residence College. The
Whitehead box has been moved to the street
to serve more students, also.
Franklin Street drop sites are at the U.S.
Post Office, Fowler's and the Carolina
Other off-campus drop sites are at
Eastgate, Kroger Plaza and University Mall
in Chapel Hill, and at Byrd's and Carr Mill
Mall in Carrboro.
Any suggestions or complaints about the
new distribution system should be directed
to DTH Distribution Manager Bill Bagley.
If students notice that all papers at one drop
site are gone by 9 a.m., they should call
Bagley at the DTH office so changes can be
Porter emphasized that the 41 new drop
boxes were paid for by Hinton Press,
publishers of the DTH.
The South Campus Chapter of Inter
Varsity Christian Fellowship has its first
meeting of the year at 7:30 p.m. in the Parker
lounge. All students are welcome.
The Black Ink Staff will have a picnic to
celebrate its 10th anniverary at 3 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 10, in the Forest Theatre.
The public is invited to pack a picnic lunch
and join the staff for games and other
The year's first meeting of the Campus
Y's "Dinner Discussion" program will be
held at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9, at the house
of Dr. C. L. Sockwell. Dr. Richard
Richardson, Chairman of the Political
Science Department, will speak on "How
Democratic Is America." For more
information drop by Room 102 of the Y
A series of meditations for beginning
and experienced meditators will be held
at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9, through'Oct. 14
at the Newman Center Library. 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 929
4526. Fred Cockerham (legendary master of
the fiddle and fretless banjo) will be
appearing for some old time mountain music
at 8:30 p.m. Friday. Sept. 9, in the back room
of the Ranch House. With him will be
Michael Fishback and Friends. There will be
lots of beer.
Rainbow Soccer's fall season
registration will be held from 10a.m. til noon
on Saturday, Sept. 10 and Saturday, Sept.
17, at the Muirhead Soccer Stadium. The
Muirhead stadium is located on Cleland
Road off the 15-501 Bypass in Glen Lennox.
Also planned are coaching and refereeing
clinics which will begin at 1 1 a.m. during
registration. The league is open to all people
of any age, sex or skill so come on out and
share in the fun and excitement.
St. John's Metropolitan Community
Church will hold worship services at 3 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. II, in the sanctuary of the
keep it' treaty
"Free All Political Prisoners: Oppose
"It is disgusting," said one Latin American
protester, "that military dictators should be
eating in the White House."
Several joggers took the whole thing in
stride, running expressionless through
security lines and among the demonstrators.
At the Capitol demonstration earlier,
Club-wielding troops chased them back to
Various conservative groups held outdoor
antitreaty rallies in Washington, while about
2,000 human-rights demonstrators staged
peaceful rallies outside the White House and
theTarLAmerican U nion building to protest
the presence of Latin American military
dictators at the treaty ceremonies.
One antitreaty group mustered about 200
strong on the steps of the Capitol at noon,
waving red-white-and-blue banners
decaring, "We Built It, We Bought It , We
Own It "
They hissed a group of American Nazis in
stormtrooper uniforms who joined the rally,
but cheered members of Congress who
denounced the new pact as "treason" and a
document that "ought to be bound in yellow
instead of blue." , ,. "
At the Supreme Court, Justice William
Rehnquist rejected a renewed request by
four state attorneys general for an
emergency order blocking the signing
ceremony until constitutional issues are
resolved. Justice William Brennan turned
down a similar request Tuesday.
But the day and the limelight belonged to
Carter, Torrijos and the diplomatic
MCC on the corner of Dixie and Wade
Avenue (1-40) in Raleigh. Holy Communion
will be celebrated immediately after the
service. AH are welcome. For more
information call 929-8843.
There will be a Dl-Phl Open House from
3-5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 1 1 , at 400 New East.
All interested students are welcome.
There will be a lox and bagle brunch at
1 1 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 1 1 at the Hillel House,
210 West Cameron Street. Everyone is
The Department of Political Science
presents "The M issiles of October," a film of
the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis at 7:30 p.m.
Monday, Sept. 12, in Carroll Hall
Auditorium. Admission is free.
The Psi Delta Chapter of the Omega
Psl Phi Fraternity, Inc. will be sponsoring
its fall Smoker at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept.
12, in Room 202-204 in the Carolina Union.
All interested young men are invited. Special
invitations are extended to potential pledges.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Anyone interested in working with Young
Life during the coming year is invited to a
leadership meeting at 4 p.m. Sunday. Sept.
1 1 , at the Pattons. If you need directions or a
ride call John Austin at 933-8263.
The Wesley Foundation invites everyone
to participate in the following activities on
Sunday: The Heart of the Bible Series (9:30
10:30), The Community Coffee (10:30
1 1:00), and Worship ( 1 1 :00 1 2:00). Wesley is
located at 214 Pittsboro Street. For more
information call 942-2152.
Official University Recognition for
Student Extracurricular Organizations
will expire Sept. 15. All organizations
seeking recognition for the 1977-1978,
academic year should obtain application
forms from the Office of Student Affairs, 01
Steele Building or by calling 933-1309.
A few openings remain to be filled for
volunteer work at N.C. Memorial
Hospital this semester. Please come to the
volunteer office on the first floor of the main
hospital to preregister. Required orientation
for all new volunteers is from 5-7:30 p.m.
Sept. 8 in the fourth floor hospital clinic
auditorium. If you have questions call 966-4793.
Rep. Mickey Edwards, R-Okla told a
crowd of about 200 that U.S. canal
negotiator Sol Linowitz is "the Bert Lance of
. thirty human-rights groups had planned
another demonstration in front of the White
House to protest the presence of some Latin
American leaders at a state dinner following
the treaty ceremonies.
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extravaganza itself a Washington
assemblage of presidents, prime ministers
and political elite unmatched in size or
glamour since the 1969 funeral of Dwight
The State Department estimated
i Wednesday afternoon the affair would be
attended by visiting delegations from 27
American nations, plus three contingents
headed by local ambassadors.
With at least 17 chiefs of state included,
the gathering amounted to the first Western
hemisphere summit of the decade: a
nightmare for security men and protocal
experts, but just the prestigious assemblage
Carter was hoping for to dramatize
international support for the new pacts.
The U. S. government arranged for
elaborate news media coverage, issuing press
credentials to 653 foreigners alone and
beaming live television coverage of the
signing ceremonies, by satellite, to Central
and South America.
The Voice of America also arranged to
broadcast the ceremony on 10 of its Latin
American short-wave frequencies.
At the White H ouse Wednesday morning,
Carter briefed about 70 civic leaders on the
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Lance loans legal
new comptroller report
WASHINGTON (UPl) Bert Lance and
his wife obtained about $800,000 in loans in
the early I970's by making interest-free
deposits in the lending bank, federal banking
regulators said in a new report released
Wednesday on the budget director's
But the report from the Office of the
Comptroller of the Currency said none of
Lance's banking transactions appeared to be
in violation of federal banking laws, and "we
do not believe that the prosecution of any
individuals is warranted."
The report, released by the Senate
Governmental Affairs Committee which is
investigating Lance's activities prior to
joining the government, also said there were
instances when Lance made temporary
On that score, press secretary Jody Powell
said the White H ouse was aware of overdraft
problems before Lance was confirmed as
director of the Office of Management and
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. 929-6852.
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.
LOW COST FLIGHTS to Europe from $146.
Israel from $246. Plus Africa & Far East. Call Stu
dent Travel toll free. (1) 800-223-7676.
PART-TIME HELP WANTED. Ideal for married
students, with own car. Part-time sales job with
well established bcal business. Excellent incen
tive reward. Schedule adjustable. Call 942-4691
during office hours.
HELP WANTED - Waitress, part-time & full
time. Start immediately. Mostly nights. 929
0280 HELP WITH ironing, wash and light housekeep
ing. Choose your own hours. Approximately 8
hours per week. $2.40 per hour. Phone evenings.
DEPENDABLE PERSON NEEDED to keep six
and seven year olds. 3 until 5:30 M-F. Need own
transportation or bus. Call 929-2893 or 942-8057.
I AM LOOKING for two students with a pickup or
van to do part time piece work installation for
Insulation Company. Reply DTH Bos A.
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 P.M. Mon
Sat. 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-Sat.
Weekends and nights 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 $135wk. 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.
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. previous 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
Budget; that the problems all had been
cleared up, and that a Justice Department
investigation "determined there was no
ground for criminal prosecution."
the report, a supplement to one issued by
the comptroller's office Aug. 18 on Lance's
dealings immediately before Carter tapped
him as budget director, said Lance used the
interest-free deposit method to obtain more
than a dozen loans dating back to 1963.
But both reports raised questions about
the effectiveness of federal controls over the
banking business, and a House banking
subcommittee is holding hearings on that
Comptroller John Heimann forwarded
the additional findings to both the House
subcommittee and to the Senate Committee,
which will have the opportunity to press.
Heimann for further details when it opens
formal hearings on the Lance affair on
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. Able to 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.
Lost & Found
i I' 1 m i
LOST RUSSIAN made 35 mm camera, black
leather case. Left on bench near Planetarium. If
found take to campus police.
FOUND: Ladies' watch on Finley Golf Course
Rd. Call 929-1248 and identify.
CONDOM SAMPLERS. Learn the difference
between condoms with one of our famous sample
packs. Preshaped, textured, colored, lubricated
skins, stubs. Designed to increase sexual satisfac
tion. Adam & Eve, Franklin & Columbia (over the
IT'S HIGH NOON at the Bell Tower Sept. 9th
Twelve O'clock Sharp. BYOD. BDH.
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.
WANTED: PEOPLE WHO WANT TO PLAY
legal, hard, 6 man on a side, bump, set, spike
volleyball. Call Karen, 933-7161, or leave note 445
WANTED: AGOOD HOUSE for puppies. I have
5 puppies six weeks old ranging from small to
large; black to tan and in between. Call David 929
HAVE A S-4 PARKING STICKER. Need a place
closer. I will trade for a S-5 N-4 N-3, or N-2. Con
tact Elizabeth Chantry. 933-1414
SIGN UP NOW as an usher for Playmakers'
"Streetcar Named Desire." Ushers see show free.
Sign-up board and details in Graham Memorial
Room 206. Work one or more performances.
Thursday, September 15 through October 2.
FOR RENT: 2 bedrm apt, $175, AC, unfurn.'call
Mrs. Butler 929 1566 or come by 410 S.
Greensboro Carrboro, close to bus, easy bike
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