2 The Daily Ttr Heel Thursday, September
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
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Thete will be a meeting for all students
interested in applying for Rhodtt Scholarships
at 5; 1 5 p.m. in 569 Hamilton Hall. Application
forms and explanatory material are available from
Mi. Murray in 559 Hamilton.
All sophomore interested in applying to the
School ol Nursing must attend a meeting at 5:30
p m in Room 9 of Carrington Hall.
I he Chapel Hill Flying Club will hold its first
membership meeting at 7 p.m. in the Carolina Inn.
Two films will be shown and refreshments will be
served. UNC students, staff, and faculty are
There will be a Pep Rally tonight at 8 p.m. at
Boshamer Stadium. Free beer will be served!! A
free keg will be awarded to the best pro-Carolina
banner hung in Kenan Stadium before garnet lme
The UNC Jugglers Association will meet at 4
p.m. by the Old Well. Beginners and non-jugglers
who would like to learn are especially welcome.
The UNC-CH Collegiate Clvltan Club is
having a meeting at 6:30 p.m. in Room 21 3 of the
Carolina Union. This meeting is open to all
students, and everyone is welcome.
The Dl-Phl Societies will meet at 8 p.m. in 300
New West. A debate entitled "Resolved: The
Panama Canal Treaty Is Ratified" will be
nresented. All members and visitors are welcome.
The Alchemist, an interdisciplinary, science
or iented magazine is holding a meeting at 8 p.m. in
Room 209 of the Carolina Union. Anyone
interested in magazine layout, artwork, printing,
business and editorial work is welcome.
Everyone is invited to "Growing in Grace,"
sponsored by Campus Crusade lor Christ from
7 to 9 p.m. in the fourth-floor Faculty Lounge of
Student Education Broadcasting, Inc., will
hold a meeting at 7:30 p.m. in Frank Porter
The South Campus Committee ot the
Carolina Union will meet at 7:30 in Room 206 of
the Carolina Union. Anyone interested in
improving programs on South Campus is invited
There will be two UNCCC Short Courses.
The first, entitled "Comparison of Statistical
Pack," will be held at 2 p.m. in 209 Manning. The
second, entitled "Remote Services," will be held at
3 p.m. in 228 Phillips Hall.
There will be a mandatory meeting of all
Student Government-funded organization
treasurers at 4 p.m. in Room 206 of the Carolina
Union. Presidents are encouraged to attend.
Treasurers will not be recognized if they fail to
attend. If unable to attend, contact Todd Albert,
Suite C of the Carolina Union, 933-5201
immediately. Disregard if you attended the
The UNC Recreations Society will hold a
meeting at 3:30 in Room 202 of the Carolina
Union. AU graduates and undergraduates
interested are invited. This will be an important
There will be a Young Socialist Forum
entitled "Panama: What Does the Treaty Mean?"
at 7:30 p.m. in Room 215 of the Carolina Union.
This is the first in a series of forums sponsored by
the Young Socialist Alliance. For more
information call 967-5425.
The Thursday Worship of the Baptist
Campus Ministry is at 6 p.m. at the Battle House
with recreation preceding at S p.m. Chaplain Bob
Phillips will be the worship leader as the
community joins together for singing, praying,
sharing concerns and celebrations.
Llse Uyanlk will perform at 8 p.m. in Deep
Jonah (Carolina Union Basement). There is no
cover charge. Bring your own beer and wine.
Other refreshments will be sold.
AU members of the Undergraduate Court and
Attorney General's Staff must attend a meeting
at 8 p.m. in Room 217 of the Carolina Union.
Attendance is required.
The Medical Technology Club will have an
organizational meeting at 7 p.m. in the Carolina
Union's South Gallery Meeting Room. Anyone
interested is invited to attend.
The StudentFaculty Christian Science
Organization will meet at 6 p.m. in the Frank
Porter Graham Room of the Carolina U nion. The
subject of this week's meeting will be "What is
Real Progress?" All are welcome.
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I here will be a Carolina Population Center
Student Orientation at 7:3()p.m. in Room 405 of
the University Square East lower. All students
concentrating on population and faculty involved
in population teaching and research are invited to
The North and South Campus Chapters of the
Intravarslty Christian Felowshlp will have a
cookout at 6 p.m. Friday. Sept. 16, at Morrison.
The North Campus Chapter will meet in front of
the Undergraduate Library at 5:30 and go to
The Morehead Confederation Residence
College will hold a covered-dish picnic at 6:30
Friday, Sept. 16, in Lower Quad. Bring adish and
a blanket, and be readytocheer! Cheerleaders and
members of the Pep Bund will be there to teach all
the cheers you'll need to know Saturday! There
will also be a film showing highlights of the 1976
All Phi Eta Sigma members initiated last
spring are asked to meet at 3 p.m. Sunday Sept. 18.
in Rooms 202-204 of the Carolina Union. This will
be an important meeting.
The SOT Slaters will sponsor an All-Campus
Bath Sunday night Sept. 18, at Shade I ake. All
conscientious students are urged to attend. A D.
Pie-Outs will provide the soap.
The Granville Off-Campus Chapter of the
Intervarslty Christian Fellowship is having its
first chapter meeting at 7 p.m. Friday. Sept. 16. at
the Chapel of the Cross. Joe Moore, the new
campus Intern, will speak on "Commitment."
Everyone is welcome.
The UNC Rugby Club and Alumni are
playing the Bristol University Rugby Team from
Bristol. England at 4:30 Friday, Sept. 16, on
ITEMS OF INTEREST
There is a Bicycle Camping Trip planned for
the N.C. Outer Banks this weekend, Sept. 17 and
18. If you are interested, call 383-2106.
All students interested in participating in the
YMCA Blg-BrotherBIg Sister Program
sign up for an interview in Room 205 of the Y
building. Applications are available there also.
Students interested in working as prose readers
or poetry readers for the Cellar Door staff may
pick up applications at the Carolina Union Desk
or the Cellar Door office in Room 205 of the
Boxing and Sparring instructions are given
every Sunday afternoon at 3:30 in the Wrestling
Room of Woollen Gym.
Voter Registration will be held from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Friday, Sept. 16, and from 9 a.m. to noon
Saturday. Sept. 17, at the Carrboro Town Hall.
Registration will also be held ftom 9 a.m. to noon
Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Chapel Hill Municipal
Building. Bring your student I.D. or your driver's
The Graduate and Professional Student
Federation wishes to announce that applications
are now being accepted for graduate students'
Honor Court. If you wish to be considered call
933-5675 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
The University Counseling Center is offering
Career Exploration, Assertion Training, Study
Skills, Test Anxiety. If interested cal!933-2l75 for
more information or drop by the center at Nash
A ny person interested in establishing a Political
., Campaign Collectors Club on campus please
; contact Shack at 933-8263. -This club would
promote the trading, selling, buying, and
preservation of political campaign items of past
and present elections.
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The Carrboro Board of Aldermen decided to extend until Oct. 10thedeadlineforthe
Station Restaurant to meet two requirements of a conditional permit.
Wheeler to run for alderman
Harry H. Wheeler, a 2b-year-old University
employee, announced his candidacy for the
Carrboro Board of Aldermen last week, calling
the incumbent board insensitive to the desires of
"I don't think the present board is listening to all
of the citizens before it makes its decisions,"
He said the aldermen recently rejected a $600
request for library services while approving a
$1,500 request to send two aldermen to a
convention in San Francisco.
"1 would rather seethe money going to the town
for library services rather than for travel expenses
for aldermen." Wheeler said.
Wheeler said local government should try to
affect a long-term solution to the water problem.
"1 think it will take a mixture of actions like
well-drilling on campus and a pipeline from
Hillsborough to solve the problem," he said.
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be a long-term solution," Wheeler said. "It would
displace a lot of people and ruin good farmland."
He said he was not sure that water in the
planned Jordan Lake will be drinkable.
Wheeler said public confidence in the board
must be restored before it can solve Carrboro's
Wheeler works in the UNC Office of Contracts
and Grants as an administrative-procedures
analyst handling the flow of federal money into
A native of Durham, Wheeler was graduated
from UNC in 1973 with a degree in business. He
has lived in Carrboro since 1971,
Wheeler has previously served as treasurer of
the Orange County Young Democrats.
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Committee on transit
expanded in Carrboro
By DAVID WAITERS
The Carrboro Board of Aldermen
expanded its transportation committee to
four members Tuesday and asked the
committee to consider expanding the town's
Alderman Douglas Sharer, Ernest
Patterson and a private citizen will join
present committee member Robert
Drakeford on the committee that will
consider possible expansion of the route,
which is averaging 1,400 riders daily. The
committee will consider adding more
morning runs and night service to the present
Aldermen said at the meeting the extra
service might attract students who wish to
travel from campus at night and N.C.
Memorial Hospital employees who must
arrive at their jobs during early morning.
In other action, the board decided to
extend until Oct. 10 the deadline for the
Station Restaurant to meet two
requirements of a conditional permit.
But Sharer warned: "This is the last time
we will extend this deadline. The town has
bent over backwards to help the Station, but
this is the last time."
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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. o
CHAPEL HILL WOMEN'S SOCCER Club
meeting. Sunday, 18 September, 2 pm, intramural
fields. Women of all skill levels invited.
Information: 929-2695 evenings.
NO FEE INCREASE! Join SA.F.L (students
against fees excesses) and help fight the increase.
Meeting 8:00 Monday Sept. 19, South Gallery
Meeting Room, Carolina Union. "
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.
3 -SPEED BIKE for sale; green, excellent
condition, negotiable price, must sell.
1967 OLDS CUTLASS. 82,000 .miles. New:
battery, starter, shocks with AC radio, power
steering, brakes. Great conditionUMUST sell
immed. Call 933-4739. $550.00 negotiable..
1971 DATSUN 2402. Good condition 66,000
miles, new tires and paint. $2650.00 or best offer.
Call 933-1126 after five.
PART-TIME SALES. Must have outgoing
personality with ability to talk to people. Work in
pleasant atmosphere. Apply in person at Leather
and Wood Ltd. 135 E. Franklin.
PEOPLE TO DO PHONE WORK: Day and
Evening shifts available. Good ' pay,; No
experience needed, we train, apply in person. 201
North Roxboro Street, Northwestern Bank Bldg.,
Suite 200, Durham, N.C. 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday
HELP WANTED: Cooks and Dishwashers.
Apply in person to Mr. Keathley. No phone calls.
AUGGES RESTAURANT, 1010 Hamilton Road.
Lost & Found
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LOST GOLD WATCH of great sentimental value
in vicinity of Murphy Hall and Phillips Hall.
Possibly at YMCA. Reward offered. Call 933
8947. Ask for Debbie.
MORT IS LOST: 2 y.o. 60 lb. light brown male,
part lab - part afgan. Long-legged, lanky and layed
back. Brown leather and black flea collar. Please
call Tom 929-2976.
LOST: Saturday Sept. 10, women's brown clutch
purse. Believed lost near Walkers Gulf on East
Franklin Street. If found please call 929-7645 after
5 p.m. Veiy important IDs, no questions asked.
FOUND: Men's wrisrwatch, in Carroll Hall arter
first showing of "Far from the Madding Crowd."
Call Mary at 942-1548 to identify.
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FRESH SEAFOOD. Shrimp, scallops, and fish
fresh from the Carolina coast. Also frozen
Bahama lobster tails. Fridays, 9 a.m. -7 p.m.,
corner of Rosemary and Church Streets.
At its July 1 2 meeting, the board approved
a second conditional use permit. The
conditions requiring construction of a three
foot high fence around a parking lot and the
erection of lights behind the two train cars,
both within 30 days.
When the Station did not have either the
fence or lights by late August, the town had a
choice between revoking the permit or
extending its deadline for the two
By Oct. 10, the Station must have a paved
parking lot for 45 cars, a sidewalk bordering
Main Street, and landscaped grounds.
Jim Stewart, one of the owners of the
Station, said he has contacted Duke Power
Co. about installing the lights. He said the
Allied Fence Co. of Greensboro has said the
fence will be up by Friday.
"We want to work with the town," Stewart
said. "The whole time it has been a question
of money. We are a struggling business, and
haven't had the money to do these things."
The board also considered placing the
power lines of the central business district
underground. Town Manager Richard
Knight said Duke Power Co. has offered to
put the lines underground, but he said it
would cost the town $31,484.
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