2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, September 13, 1977
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public aarvlca announcement must be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1 -00 p.m. It they are to run the next day Each item will run at least twice
The UNC Water Polo Club will have a meeting
in the South Gallery of the Carolina Union at 8
The Valkyries will meet at 7:30 p.m. in 151
Morrison. For more information, call Jan Hodges
The Coffee K latch, an informal gathering of
ttudents, professors and townspeople, w ill be held
Tuesday and Wednesday this week 9 to 1 1 a.m. in
the Pine Room Cafeteria. The Klatch provides a
setting for interaction and discussion between
members of the Carolina Community and is
sponsored by the Campus Y. Pastries and coffee
will be sold.
Outing Club is having a Pot Luck Dinner at 6
p.m. in Forest Theater, followed by regular
meeting at 7 p.m. Rain location is Room 213,
Carolina Union. Anyone is welcome but you must
bring some food.
University Table Tennla club will have its first
meeting and play, 7 to 9 p.m. in the women's gym.
Questions call Mei Mei Ma at 967-6038.
The Carolina Indian Circle will hold a potluck
supper at 6 p.m. upstairs in the YMCA Building.
Old and new members please come.
The Law Guild will hold its first meeting at 7:30
p.m. in the professors' lounge at the Law School.
AU law student spouses are invited to attend.
Activities and plans for the upcoming year will be
discussed. Refreshments will be served.
The UNC Sailing Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in
the South Gallery of the Carolina Union. Plans
will be made for a picnic and sail day.
The UNC Young Democrati will host their
annual beer blast and a "Beat Jessie" party at 8
p.m., Room 217 of the Carolina Union. New
members will be admitted.
The Battle House Buffet continues on
Wednesday, Sept. 14 from 11:30-1 p.m. under the
sponsorship of the UNC Chaplains' Association.
Students, faculty and staff of the University are
invited to share food and conversation in an
attempt to establish open lines of communication
within the University community. Cost of the meal
The Student Speech Communicatlona
Association will hold its first meeting at 9 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 14 in Room 106 Bingham Hall.
All speech majors and any other interested
students are urged to attend. Refreshments will be
The UNC Student Chapter of Common
Cause will hold its organizational meeting at 7: 30
p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 14 in Room 205 of the
Carolina Union. All persons interested in more
open and responsive government are urged to
The UNC chapter of ECKANKAR
International Student Society is holding an open
ECKANKAR discussion group 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 14 in Room 206 of the Carolina
Union and the second Wednesday of each month
The second MCAT-DAT review session will
be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 14 in Room
103 Berryhill Hall. Topic will be organic chemistry
by Dr. Evans. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Dr. Scott Terry will speak on "Effects of
Stimulus Priming in Short-Term Memory" at 4
p.m. Wednesday. Sept. 14 in 1 12 Davie Hall. All
interested persons are invited to attend.
LDSSA (Mormon Institute) will meet at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 14 in 20 1 Dey Hall. Come study
the scriptures with us under the guidance of
Brother Randy Bott.
Delta Sigma PI, professional business
fraternity, will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday inT-l
Carroll Hall. All members are urged to attend. If
you can't come please contact Dr. Bigonessorcall
Chip Morgan at 929-4612.
The Regular Wednesday Bible Study of St.
John's MCC will meet in Raleigh at 8 p.m. Sept.
14. For location of meeting place, more
information or transportation, call 929-8843 or
write MCC. Box 691, Chapel Hill. St. John's
MCC is a Christian Church, with a mission to the
gay community. All are welcome.
Stammtlsch. the German table meets after 10
p.m. every Wednesday night at Hoagie's Heroes.
All German speakers welcome.
The First Collegiate Bassmasters will meet at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Sept. 14 in the first floor
lounge room of Hinton James Dorm. Anyone
interested in fishing is welcome to attend.
The Tennis Club will meet at 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 14 in Room 204 of the Carolina
Union. All interested in joining, please attend.
Officers will be elected.
The N.C. Coastal Club will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 14 in the Seminar room of the
Carolina Union. Topics; Clean Water
Referendum; speakers for Fall '77; field trips.
Public is urged to attend.
Voter Registration will be held this week at
Carrboro Town Hall. West Main Street, 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. Wednesday and Friday and 9 a.m. to 8:30
p.m. Thursday. Also at Chapel Hill Municipal
Building. 306 N. Columbia St. 9 a.m. to noon
Saturday. Bring student ID or driver's license.
There will be a meeting of all campus
treasurers at 4 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday of
this week in Room 206 of the Union. For further
information, contact Todd Albert at 942-8652.
Chapel Hill ECOS will hold a general meeting
at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Room 204 of theCarolina
Union to determine fall activities, speakers and
concerns. Anyone interested in getting involved
on environmental issues is welcome.
Baptist Campus Ministry will hold a
Thursday worship at 6 p.m., Sept. 15 at Battle
House, with recreation proceding at 5 p.m.
Chaplain Bob Phillips will be the worship leader
as the community joins together for singing,
praying, sharing concerns and celebrations.
The Young Socialist Alliance will sponsor a
forum entitled "Panama: What Does the Treaty
Mean?" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Sept. 15 in Room
215 of the Carolina Union. This is the first in a
Botany class registration underway
Registration for fall courses and
workshops at the North Carolina Botanical
Garden is underway.
Persons interested in edible and medicinal
wild plants, landscaping, natural , dyes,
nature photography and several other nature
programs may register by telephone,
through the mail or in person at the
Courses available in September include
two five-week sessions in fall-plant
arrangement. One class, beginning Sept. 15,
will meet from 7 to 10 p.m. each Thursday.
The second, beginning Sept. 17, will meet
from 9 a.m. to noon each Saturday.
A natural-dyes workshop will be taught
from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Wednesday and
Thursday, Sept. 21 and 22. The session
Wednesday will cover the history and
preparation of wool for dyeing. The session
Thursday will cover the use of common local
flowers, leaves and berries in dyes. The
workshop is limited to 15 persons.
AU classes are held in the Totten Center in
the Botanical Garden. Cost of classes ranges
from $5 to $22.50.
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write YSA, Box 121. Carrboro.
Lisa Uyanlk will perform from 8-11 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 15 in Deep Jonah. There is no
cover charge; brown bagging of beer or wine is
allowed. Other refreshments will be sold.
Allied Health Colloquium presents Joy Huss,
associate professor of occupational therapy at the
University of Minnesota, to speak on the topic
"Touch with Care. Or a Caring Touch?", at 4 p.m.
Thursday. Sept. 22 in 105 Berryhill Hall.
The UNC Recreation Society will hold a
meeting at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15 in Room
202 of the Carolina Union. All graduates and
undergraduates interested are invited. This will be
an important meeting.
All members of the Undergraduate Court and
Attorney General's Stall must attend a meeting
at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15 in Room 217 of the
Carolina Union. Attendance is required.
The Medical Technology Club will have an
organizational meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday. Sept.
15 in the Carolina Union's South Gallery Meeting
Room. Anyone interested is invited to attend.
The student faculty Christian Science
Organization will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept.
1 5 in the Carolina Union to discuss "What is Real
Progress?". All are welcome.
Sigma Chi once again presents Derby Day,
Friday. Sept. 30. The parade will leave Carm ichael
Auditorium at 2 p.m. and the sorority games will
begin upon arrival at Ehringhaus Field. Everyone
is invited to attend.
The Cornerstone Cofleehouse sponsors
"Morningstar" a Christian rock group at 8 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 16 in the Pit. In case of rain
performance will be held at St. Thomas More
The Chapel Hill Soccer Club meets Raleigh
International at 6 p.m. Sunday. Sept. 18 on the
Astroturf. Admission is free.
"Pops" goes the North Carolina Symphony.
at 5 p.m. Sunday. Sept. 1 8 in Forest Theatre. The
program will include selections from such
composers as Leroy Anderson and Frederic
Loewe. Performance will be held in Memorial
Hall in case of rain.
St. John's Metropolitan Community
Church will hold worship services at 3 p.m.
Sunday. Sept. 18 in the sanctuary of the UCC on
the corner of Dixie Trail and Wade Avenue (1-40)
Raleigh. Holy Communion will be celebrated
following the service. For more information about
this predominantly gay fellowship of Christians
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Volunteer tutors needed desperately. There
will be a meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 1 3 in Room
202 of the Carolina Union for all persons
interested in volunteer tutoring for elementary
and junior high school students. For further
information or an application, come by Room 102
of the Campus Y.
The Stag vllle Center lor Historic
Preservation will offer classes in Early American
Woodcraft and Blacksmithing beginning Sept. 17.
Enrollment limited for Saturday classes. Call 732
7 1 87 or 477-9835 for information and registration.-
Anyone interested in singing in the Carolina
Choir, the University Chamber Singers, the
University Chorus or the Men's or Women's Glee
Clubs please contact Robert Porco orChipStam
in 106 Person Hall this week for auditions.
HEY BIKERS. The Bluegrass Experience will
be playing at the Chapel Hill-Carrboro and
Durham "Bike-Fests" (Sept. 18). Help raise
money for the North Carolina Environmental
Education Center and get a day of riding,
swimming, music, fun. food and prizes. Register
now at your local bike shop. A registration fee of
$2.50 covers the band, two meals and Camp New
Hope rental. ECOS. 929-4733.
Tickets for the Derby Day Dance featuring
"Janice"(formerlythe Reggie Saddler Review) are
now on sale at the Carolina Union Desk. Janice
will perform at 9 p.m. on Friday. Sept. 30 in
Woollen Gym. All tickets are $2.
SKYDIVING LESSONS. Next class starts
Monday. Anyone interested should call 929-4014
or 933-1532. Members wishing to make jumps on
weekday afternoons should call these numbers to
The fraternities ol UNC are currently
conducting informal rush. Those interested in
fraternities are invited to contact the rush
chairperson at any house for details on rush
Rainbow Soccer needs persons with a little
time and a lot of love to helpcoach and referee. No
experience is necessary. Call 967-8797 for further
information or come by Muirhead Soccer
Stadium between 10 and 12 noon.
A pep rally will start from Boshamer Stadium
at 8 p.m. Thursday. Sept. 15. FREE BEER!
Win a keg. Hang a pro-Carolina banner in
Kenan Stadium before game time to enter the
banner contest. Sponsored by the UNC
'Roots' leads Emmy winners
as ABC dominates awards
PASADENA. CALIF. (UPI) - Roots, the
powerful story of African slaves brought to
America, captured six major awards in the 29th
annual Emmy presentations Sunday night but
failed to sweep the boards as expected.
Winner of 37 nominations, the eight-part
television series based on Alex Haley's best seller,
shared honors with Eleanor and Franklin: The
While House Years and Sybil, which tied for
outstanding special program of 1976-77.
Roots won the Emmy for best limited series of
the year while Upstairs, Downstairs was honored
as the outstanding dramatic series. The Mary
Tyler Moure Show, which leaves the air this
season after seven years, won the award for best
Individual honors for best single acting
performances went to Louis Gossett Jr. for Roots
and Beulah Bondi for The IValtons.
Winning performers in limited series were
Christopher Plummer in The Money Chanters
and Patty puke Astin in Captains and the Kings.
James Carrier. The Rockford Files and Lindsay
Wagner. Bionic Woman, won Emmys lor best
performances in dramatic series.
Carroll O'Connor. All In The Family, and
Beatrice Arthur. Maude, came away with awards
for outstanding performances in comedy series.
Seventy-five actors and actresses were
nominated in the various academy categories. Ed
Flanders won the Emmy for outstanding lead
actor in a drama special for Harry S. Truman:
Plain Speaking and Sally Field captured the
trophy for best actress in a drama special for Sybil.
ABC led the networks with 14 awards. N BC and
CBS each captured 1 1.
In addition to best limited series and Gossett.
Roots win awards for best supporting actor and
actress - Ed Asner as the slave ship captain and
OHvia Cole as the wife of Chicken eorge.fooM
also won Emmys for director David Greene and
adapters William Blinn and Ernest Kinor.
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High-level aides knew
of Lance improprieties
WASHINGTON (UPI) - President
Carter's three top aides knew in January that
Bert Lance and his family had written
$450,000 in overdrawn checks, but they did
not tell Carter, Press Secretary Jody Powell
Although Lance had been nominated as
budget director at the time and was up for
Senate confirmation, none of the three
thought the President needed to know of the
situation, Powell said.
Powell also said Carter will postpone a
news conference, planned for Wednesday,
until "as soon as possible" after Lance
completes his testimony on Capitol Hill this
Lance, under pressure to resign because of
the overdrafts and other questionable
banking practices, is to testify Thursday
before the Senate Governmental Affairs
Committee. He attended a two-hour Cabinet
meeting at the White H ouse M onday and left
by himself afterward.
Powell said he, Hamilton Jordan and
White House Counsel Robert Lipshutz saw
an FBI report citing $450,000 in overdrafts
in 1974 and 1975 by Lance and his in-laws,
who founded the Calhoun First National
Bank in Georgia where the overdrafts were
Of that amount, Powell said. $14,000 to
$15,000 was Lance's personal overdrafts.
None of the three aides. Powell said, "felt
that that FBI report gave rise to a need for
further investigation or bringing it to the
attention of the President." r
Powell said the three aides got the FBI
report soon after it was written Jan. 6. and
decided to follow normal procedure and turn
it over to the Senate only if it was requested.
It was not.
"The judgment we made is. certainly in
light of events, open to comment, at least,"
Powell said. "I certainly wish 1 had done
something, if there was something there to
In other developments in the Lance case
Sen. Charles Percy said there was the
"appearance of a coverup" in Lance's
problems early this year.
Percy, ranking Republican on the
Governmental Affairs Committee which
voted to confirm Lance in January, said he
based his comments on the past three days of
testimony on the Lance affair.
"This has the appearance of a coverup," he
said, indicating he was referring to officials
in the comptrollers office but may broaden
the charge later.
, The Washington Star quoted Justice
Department officials as saying they doubt
there will be any criminal prosecution of
Lance for his alleged personal use of a bank
White House aide Greg Schneiders said
several administration insiders think Lance
must resign, but are cautious about saying so
Percy's comments came after Robert
Bloom, the deputy comptroller of currency,
testified he took his own government career
into account in recommending that Lance be
confirmed as budget director.
"It was only human on my part to worry
about my future," Bloom said, "I happen to
be a man who depends on his government
job for a living. It's a little easier for a person
of indepedent means to be more heroic in
Bloom, who was acting comptroller when
Lance was nominated, shouted at times as
senators accused himoffailuretodohisjob.
Percy charged him with "camouflaging"
and "covering up."
And Sen.' Abraham Ribicoff, D-Conn.,
committee chairperson said, "If we had had
this information, we would not have
recommended his confirmation."
But Bloom said the committee failed to
seek all the available information on Lance.
He said a letter he sent Ribicoff in January
"contained significant red flags" that should
have led him to seek information which
could not be made public.
Bloom said although he learned of big
overdrafts in Lance's bank account prior to
the Senate confirmation hearings in
January, he did not think it proper to
volunteer the information at a public
He said he provided information on the
bank overdrafts to the Carter transition
team and the FBI and the facts were known
by so many people in government that "I
thought the committee already knew about it
and the statute requires such proceedings not
be placed in public records."
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