2 The Daily Tar Heel Monday, September
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcement must be turned in to the dox outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 100 p m It they ire to run the next day Each item will run at least twice -
Th UNC Collvgt Republicans will meet at 8 '
p.m. in the upstairs lounge of the Carolina Union.
Please bring a stapler.
The UNC Rugby Club will meet at 7 p.m. at
the Village Green to greet the Bristol, Tenn.
The Black Ink-Mini Yearbook will hold an
organizational meeting at 7 p.m. in Room 209 of
the Carolina Union. All interested persons please
The Alchemist, UNC's interdisciplinary
science and humanities magazine, will have a
meeting for prospective contributors and staff at 8
p.m. Monday in Room 209 of the Carolina Union.
It is seeking contributors in prose, poetry and
graphics and has spaced for permanent staff
members as well.
Contemporary American poet Galway
Kinnell will present a reading of his works at 8
p.m. today in the faculty lounge on the fourth
floor of Dey Hall.
The Crew Club officers and coaches will
meet at 7 p.m. today in 205 Mangum.
The Carolina Indian Circle will have a
Car stolen, bloodied;
New West vandalized
University Police said they have
discovered bloodstains in a recovered
automobile that was reported stolen Friday
from a medical complex parking lot.
Police said Debra Lee West Godding, an
employee of N.C. Memorial Hospital,
reported she found traces of blood on the
passenger seat of her car and a quarter tank
of gas missing when she returned to it Friday
afternoon. Earlier, Godding had discovered
her pocketbook and car keys missing while
she was at work.
The car was parked in the space where
Godding left it, police said. According to the
Coffee Klatch opens Tuesday
By KATHY HART
Reminiscent of the old English coffeehouses,
w here the talk was informal and the atmosphere
relaxed, is the University YM-YWCA-sponsored
Coffee Klatch, held every Tuesday and
Wednesday in the Pine Room from 9 to 1 1 a.m.
"It is a very informal atmosphere where
students get to know another side of their
professors," said Emily Cate, co-chairperson of
Coffee Klatch. "You get to know things about
professors and other students you can't learn in a
"The topics of conversation vary widely," said
Manley Roberts, Coffee Klatch publicity
chairperson. "You can go in and talk about
whatever you want to talk about,"
Professors are invited from every department of
the University, but each week one department
receives a special invitation to attend.
Coffee and pastries are served at each meeting
for a minimal fee. A host and hostess, chosen each
week from a different campus organization,
handle introductions and make sure things run
smoothly. Eventually, however, the host and
hostess system will be eliminated.
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pot luck supper at 6 p.m. Tuesday upstairs in the
YMCA building. Old and new members please
The first Collegiate Bassmasters will meet at
7:30 Wednesday in the first floor lounge of H inton
James Dorm. Anyone interested in fishing is
The University Table Tennis Club will meet
for the first lime at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Women's
Gvm. For more information, call Mei Mei Ma at
The Union Gallery Committee will meet at
7:30 Thursday in the Carolina Union's South
The Tennis Club will meet at 7 p.m.
Wednesday in Room 204 of the Carolina Union.
All interested persons please attend; officers will
The Crew Club will have an organizational
meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Room 207 of the
The N.C. Coastal Club will meet at 7:30
Wednesday in the Carolina Union. Topics are
clean water referendum, speakers for the fall and
The Outing Club is having a pot luck dinner at
6 p.m. Tuesday at Battle Park, Forest Theater.
The meeting will follow at 7 p.m. Anyone may
attend the supper but should bring food.
complaint. Godding believes the car was
stolen because of the missing keys, the
expended gasoline and the bloodstains.
No arrests have been made in connection
with the alleged theft.
In another incident, vandals entered two
rooms in New West Saturday and broke
several window panes, according to police
reports. Police said window air conditioners
in two rooms were tampered with and
officers believe the suspects were attempting
to steal them. Total damage to the building
was estimated at $75.
Coffee Klatch began last spring, but Cate said it
lucked the publicity it needed to become firmly
established. "People are not used to the idea, and it
is hard to get students accustomed to the thought
of talking to professors in an informal
atmosphere," she said.
"The idea for Coffee Klatch originated last
summer at the Reidsville Conference, where
student leaders and administrators meet to discuss
campus problems," said Jerry McConnell. who
helped coordinate the project last year.
"Everyone was concerned about the lack of
communication between students and
professors." he said. "Professors remembered the
coffeehouses that were formerly held at the
University and thought the idea should be
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The Coftee K latch, an informal gathering of
students, professors and townspeople will be held
again this semester. It will meet at 9-1 1 a.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday of this week and twice a
week thereafter. It is sponsored by the YMCA.
The Young Socialist Alliance (YSA) will
hold a forum entitled "Panama: What Docs the
Treaty Mean?" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Sept. 15, in
Room 215 of the Carolina Union. This is the first
in a series of forums by the YSA. For more
information call 967-5425 or write YSA, Box 121.
Carrboro. N.C. 27510.
The North Carolina Symphony will give a
"pop" performance at 5 p.m. Sunday. Sept. 18 at
Forest Theatre. In case ol rain, the concert will be
given in Memorial Hall.
The Cornerstone Coffeehouse presents
"Morningstar" a Christian rock group at 8
p.m. Friday, Sept. 16, in the Pit. In case of rain the
group will perform at St. Thomas MoreChurch.
Use Uyanik will perform at 8 p.m. Thursday.
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burn in dorm fire
A pillow and a mattress were the only items
damaged by a smoldering fire which was
extinguished early Saturday morning in a Stacy
Dormitory room after a passing jogger spotted
smoke coming from a window.
Chip Delamater, the only occupant of the room
at the time of the fire, said the blae was started by
a cigarette left burning in an ashtray. The cigaratte
ignited a study pillow and burned a small hole in
the mattress where Delamater was sleeping.
Steve Holmes, a Stacy residence assistant, said
he was awakened at 6:45 a.m. by a jogger, who told
him smoke was coming from a second-floor
window. Holmes and the jogger, identified only as
Mike, went to the room, woke up Delamater and
put out the fire with a fire extinguisher and several
buckets of water.
According to housing department officials, all
dormitory mattresses are flame-resistant.
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Sept. 15, in Deep Jonah in the Carolina Union
basement. There is no cover charge and brown
bagging of beer and wine is allowed and other
refreshments will be sold.
The Valkyries will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in
151 Morrison. For more information, call Jan
Hodges at 933-4070.
ITEM OF INTEREST
Voter registration will be held this week from 9
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday. Wednesday and Friday
and from 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Carrboro I own
Hall, W. Main St., Carrboro and from 9 a.m. to
noon Saturday, Sept. 17. at the Chapel Hill
Municipal Building. 306 N. Columbia St. Bringa
student I .D. or a driver's license. County residents
may register at either location.
Hayden B. Renwick, head of UNC's
minority-advising program, was named
associate dean of the College of Arts and
Sciences last week.
As an assistant dean in the College in Arts
and Sciences. Renwick was instrumental in
implementing a counseling network for
minority students at UNC.
The program uses sophomores and
juniors to work with freshmen and transfer
students. Counselors advise new students in
academics and offer help to new students
having trouble adjusting to other areas of
In his new job. Renwick hopes to expand
the adviser program to minority students
and to institute a similar program for
disadvantaged white students, Renwick said
"I feel the University is going in the
direction of positive integration of the
student body," Renwick said. "I hope by
1980 we will have a program that will benefit
Renwick also was named as special
assistant to the chancellor last month. Those
duties include advising Chancellor N.
Ferebee Taylor on ways to eliminate racial
duality and to increase minority enrollment
at the University.
Renwick is a graduate of Johnson C.
Smith University and received a master's
degree in education from UNC in 1965. He
became assistant director of Undergraduate
Admissions at UNC in 1969 and was
appointed assistant dean of the College of
Arts and Sciences in 1973.
He becomes the third associate dean in the
College of Arts and Sciences.
- STEPHEN HARRIS
Parking permits ready
for close-outs, others
The 108 students who applied for campus
parking permits but did not receive them can only
.stand in line beginning at 8 a.m. today and hope
Any person with a temporary permit who failed
to pick up his permanent sticker by Sept. 7 had his
application cancelled Friday.
"A student having a temporary permit did not
guarantee that he would receive a permanent
space to park." said Ted Marvin, director of the
UNC Security Office.
The permits on sale Monday will be for
cancelled spaces and spaces in parking lots that
have not been sold out. Marvin said.
Spaces are still available in parking lot N-i on
Rosemary Street, lot P at the Airport parking lot.
lot R at the UNC Physical Plant, lot W-l near the
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"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.
JEWISH SOCIAL GROUP for graduate students
and working people. Meet others from Durham
Chapel Hill area. If interested call 929-4773 after 6
I WOULD LIKE to trade an S-4 parking sticker
for an N-4 or an S-5 (preferably an N-4). Call Jan at
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WANTED: STUDENT WITH CAR to care for
children 6 and 9. Extra money for housekeeping.
Call after 5:30 967-2816. Needed immediately!
CLERK Part time position available in Lab
Central 8 p.m. - 10 p.m. Monday Friday with
rotating weekends. Requires graduation from
high school. Interested? Apply: Personnel Dept.
N.C. Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514.
An equal opportunity employer.
PART-TIME HELP WANTED. Ideal for married
students, with own car. Part-time sales job with
well established local business. Excellent incen
tive reward. Schedule adjustable. Call 942-4691
during office hours.
NEED EXTRA MONEY? Work 3 to 5 days per
week, hours negotiable. Call Roy Roger's Family
Restaurant, 942-8620 between 2 and 4 PM any
HELP WITH ironing, wash and light housekeep
ing. Choose your own hours. Approximately 8
hours per week. $2.40 per hour. Phone evenings.
I AM LOOKING for two students with a pickup or
van to do part time piece work installation for
Insulation Company. Reply DTH Box A.
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information and free brochure call 967-9686.
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$25 REWARD. Lost in gymnastic practice area,
Friday, 9-9-77 silver wedding band. Call 933-0083,
967-6100. No questions asked.
ROOM OR APT. WANTED, Female. Would like
apt . to share with 2 or 3 other girls who have place
in Chapel Hill or Carrboro near bus line. Urgent!
Call Deneise Pulley at Daily Tar Heel, 933-1163.
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Monday thru Friday before 9 am. Will help with
gas. Call Steve evenings after 7. 684-0544.
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
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Apply in person between 12 noon-5 pm
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Carolina Inn and S-3 between the law school and
the Institute of Government.
The other alternative for students without
parking spaces is to apply for one of the spaces
allotted to the Student Government Association
(SGA) by the traffic office.
SGA receives 10 per cent of all parking spaces to
give to handicapped students or to people who
cannot get to campus except by car.
Only 5 per cent of the SGA allotment was used
this year, SGA Chairman of Transportation Craig
"We can take care of the 108 students who did
not receive a space," Brown said. "It just won't be
where they wanted it.''
- AMY McRARY
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.
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.
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