2 The Daily Tar Heel Monday, September
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public aervice announcement mull be turned In 10 tha Box outside the DTM otdcei in the
Union by 100 p m It they are to run the next day Eae item will run at least twice
There will be a Faculty-Student Tea at 2 a.m.
in the Faculty Lounge. Room 569. Hamilton Hall.
The tea will be sponsored by the Undergraduate
History Association. Everyone is welcome.
The Department of Statistics presents a
Colloquium at 4 p.m. in 324 Phillips Hall. Prof.
M ichael Woodroofe of the University of M ichigan
will speak on "A One-Armed Bandit Problem with
a Concomitant Variable" Refreshments will be
served at 3:30 p.m. in 316 Phillips'Hall. Everyone
is cordially invited to attend.
The Carolina Bridge Club will hold a
duplicate bridge game at 7:30 p.m. in Room 207 ol
the Carolina Union. All bridge players, regardless
of playing ability, are welcome. Fractional
masterpoints will be awarded to winners. There
will be a 50-cent admission charge for UNC
students and 75 cents for all others. If you need a
partner, call 967-4172.
The Carolina Gay Association will have the
first general meeting of the year at 7 p.m. in Room
217 of the Carolina Union. Everyone is welcome
to help plan the year's activities.
There will be a Black Ink Mini Yearbook
meeting at 7:30 in Room 205 of the Carolina
The first meeting of the UNC Astronomy Club
will be held at 7:30 p.m. in Room 265. Phillips
Hall. Dr. Wayne Christiansen of the Department
of Physics and Astronomy will speak on "The
Search for Extraterrestrial Life." All persons are
invited to attend.
Refocus. the first of a series of Bible studies
sponsored by the Baptist Campus Ministry, will
be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Battle H ouse. 203 Battle
Lane, both Monday and Tuesday evenings. The
study will focus on Biblical words which are often
misunderstood. Students are encouraged to select
the night most convenient for them to attend.
The Fine Arte Festival is interviewing lor
administrative positions at 6 p.m. in Room 1.
Swain Hall. Undergraduates and graduate
students from art, music. RTVMP. English and
drama majors are welcome.
All students who oppose the threatened increase
in student fees are invited to an organizational
meeting of SAFE (Students Against Fees
Excesses) at 8 p.m. in the South Gallery Meeting
Room of the Carolina Union.
Dr. Lee Marcus and Bob Foster will discuss
Approaches to Therapy with Autistic
Children" in the Division for Disorders of
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Marcus is director of the Piedmont TEACCH
center, a statewide program regarded as a national
model of the education of children who have
severe disorders of communication and behavior.
There will be a Women's Festival Committee
Meeting at 7 p.m. in the AWS Office. Suite D. of
the Carolina Union.
Voter Registration will continue today from
8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Chapel H ill M unicipal
Building on North Columbia Street.
All persons interested in working on a voter
registration drive for Gerry Cohen's campaign
for Chapel Hill Alderman should meet at 7:30
p.m. in Room 213 of the Carolina Union.
There will be a Landscaping Seminar,
sponsored by the Orange County Agricultural
Extension Service, at 7:30 in the Chapel Hill
Public Library. -Henry J. "Hank" Smith,
landscape horticulture consultant, will speak.
Admission is free. Additional parking can be
found at the Horace Williams House. N.
Boundary Street and the University lot at Park
Place and S. Boundary St.
The Chapel Hill Public Library Fall Film
Series will be held every Tuesday and Wednesday
evening at 7 in the library Meeting Room.
Boundary Street entrance. This week's film will be
Alexander Nevsky, directed by Sergei
Formal rash for AED will be held at 7 p.m.
Tuesday. Sept. 20. in Room 107. Berryhill. All old
members meet in Room 103. Berryhill. Everyone
is welcome to attend.
There will be an Outing Club meeting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday. Sept. 20. in Room 207 of the Carolina
Union. Come and sign up for trips and sec a slide
show of hiking in the Rockies.
There will be a meeting lor the Graduate
School In English' at 3:15 Tuesday. Sept. 20. in
221 Greenlaw. Applications, scholarships ORE.
etc.. will be discussed.
The Carolina Union Gallery committee will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Sept. 20. in the South
Gallery Meeting Room of the Carolina Union.
Members and all interested students are urged to
The UNC Sailing Club will have a meeting at 8
p.m. Tuesday. Sept. 20. in Room 202 of the
Carolina Union. All students who are interested in
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The Black Christian Fellowship has changed
its name to the United Christian Fellowship.
The members of UCF extend to you an invitation
to share Christ with them. There will he a Bible
study at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Sept. 21. in Upendo
The third MCAT-DAT Review Session will be
held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Sept. 21. in Room 103
of the Berryhill Hall. The subject is biology with
Dr. Ken Bynum of the oology department.
There will be an AWS meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Sept. 21. in Room 217 of the Carolina
Union. All members and all other interested
people are invited to come. There will be an
opportunity to tell Paul Arne what you think of
the Chapel Hill bus system.
The Society of Janus will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Sept. 2 1 . in Room 205 of theCarolina
Union. Very important!
The N.C. Coastal Club will meet at 7:30
Wednesday. Sept. 21. in the South Gallery
Meeting Room of the Carolina Union. A slide
show portraying coastal land development and
linal arragements for the speaker next week are on
the agenda. The public is urged to attend.
The Chemistry Department will sponsor a
Colloquium entitled "Merocyanincs and Other
Things" at 1 1 a.m. Wednesday. Sept. 21. in 308
Venable. Dr. Edel Wassermart from Allied
Chemical Corp. will speak.
The Student Legal Services will sponsor a
workshop on "l iving Together" at 3:30 p.m..
Wednesday. Sept. 21. in 202 of the Carolina
Union. Everyone is imited.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy clubs hold
regular meetings each Wednesday at 7 p.m. in
Room 308. Alumni.
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Upward Bound program is recruiting
tutors for 10th. I Ith.and I2thgradc students from
lour high schools in four adjacent counties to
UNC. II interested, please call 933-1281 or 933
1282 or come by 201 Vance Hall. Your help is
All students interested in participating in the
YMCA Big-Brother Big-Sister program, please
sign up for an interview in Room 205 of the
YMCA Building. Applications are available there
The University Counseling Center is offering
the following group workshops this fall: Personal
(irowth Groups. Career Exploration, Assertion
Training, Study Skills and Test Anxiety. If
interested, call 933-2157 for more information or
drop by the center at Nash Hall.
Students who have been selected randomly to
participate in the RHA-SG survey (on fall break.
Southern Bell, student fees and water
conservation) should turn them in as soon as
possible to their residence hall presidents or the
RHA office in Suite A of the Carolina Union.
Are you a resident of the state of New York? If
your home is in New York and you would be
interested in an internship in the field of state
government (January to mid-May), please come
by Career Planning and Placement. 211 Hanes
The Carolina Choral Organizations need
you! Anyone interested in singing in the Carolina
Choir, the University Chamber Singers, the
University Chorus of the Men's and Women's
(i lee Clubs, please contact Robert PorcoorChip
Stam in 106 Person Hall this week for auditions.
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Lambeth selected to speak
at University Day ceremony
Thomas W, Lambeth, chairman of the
UNC Board of Trustees, will be the featured
speaker on University Day, Oct. 12.
Chancellor N. Ferebee i Taylor announced
Sunday the selection of Lambeth.
University Day is the annual ceremony
commemorating the laying of the
cornerstone-of the Old fast Building in 1 793.
Other features of the day will include
special music presentations, an academic
procession and distinguished alumni
awards. Taylor will preside over the
Lambeth, of Raleigh and Washington,
D.C., is administrative assistant to U.S.
Rep. Richardson Preyer of Greensboro.
A 1957 graduate of UNC. Lambeth has
been a member of the UNC Board of
Trustees since it was formed in 1972. He
served on the Board of Trustees of the
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Meeting 8:00 Monday Sept. 19, South Gallery
Meeting Room, Carolina Union.
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UNC STUDENTS wanting part time work.
Hours available between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. Apply
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Prior to joining Preyer's staff in 1969,
Lambeth was a staff member of the Winston
Salem Journal, an administrative assistant
to Gov. Terry Sanford and an administrative
staff member of the Smith Richardson
He has been active in political and civic
organizations, and in 1970 was named
Outstanding Young Democrat in North
Carolina. He is a member of the Board of
Trustees of the Ruth Z. Fleishman
Foundation and a member of the Board of
Directors and chairman of the Finance
Committee of the N.C. Center for Public
Born in Clayton, Lambeth was educated
in the public schools of High Point,
Thomasville. Washington and Statesville,
where his father served as teacher, coach and
city and county school superintendent.
At UNC, Lambeth was active in student
publications, political affairs and service
organizations. While a graduate student here
in 1957-58. he served as director of the
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