2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, September 21,1977
Public Mrvlct announcemantt mull be turned In to the box outalde tha DTH offices in the
Union by 100 pm It they (re to run the next dey Each item will run at leait twice
Students planning to apply for admission to the
Junior Physical Therapy Clan. Fall 1978,
should attend a meeting at 4 p.m. in Room B-107
in the Medical Allied Health Professions building.
The Chapel Hill Public Library Fall Film Series
will present Alexander Nevsky, a film directed by
Sergei Eisenstein, at 7 p.m. in the library meeting
room, Boundary Street entrance. Additional
parking is on Boundary Street north of Rosemary
Street, and the University lot at Park Place and
There will be an organizational meeting for
league bowling at 7 p.m. at the Carolina Union
. Minorities In the Electronic Media will have
an organizational meeting at 7 p.m. in Room 101
A Swain Hall.
The North Carolina Coastal Club will show a
slide presentation, "Coastal Scenery and Its
Slaughter," at 7:30 p.m. in the Student
Government Meeting Room in the Carolina
Stammtlsch, the German Table, will hold a
meeting at 10 p.m. at Hoagie's Heroes. All
German speakers are welcome.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Club will
meet at 7 p.m. in Room 308 in the Alumni
Building. All interested persons are invited.
The North Carolina Manager's Club w ill hold
a meeting for all varsity-letter winners at 7:30 p.m.
in the Ram's Club Room of Kenan Field House.
Refreshments will be served.
The UNC Ice Hockey Team will have an
organizational meeting at 7 p.m. in Room 202
The Lina Wertmuller Film Festival will feature
Love and Anarchy at 8 p.m. in Carroll Hall
Auditorium. Tickets are $1 in advance at the
Carolina Union information desk.
The Student Legal Services will sponsor a
workshop on "Living Together" at 3:30 p.m. in
Room 202 Carolina Union. Everyone is invited.
The Society of Janus will meet at 7:30 p.m. in
Room 205 Carolina Union.
There will be a UNCCC Short Course entitled
"Details of Job and Exec Statements" at 3 p.m. in
228 Phillips Hall.
There will be a meeting for persons interested in
the 1978 YM-YWCA Walk tor Humanity at 7
p.m. in the Campus Y Building.
The Association for Women Students will
hold a meeting at 7:30 p.m. in Room 2 1 7 Carolina
Union. Paul Arne will speak on the Chapel Hill
The Ebony Readers will hold tryouts at 7:30
p.m. in the James Seminar Room. All interested
persons need to bring three prepared selections.
For more information contact Beverly Wells in
32 1 James. 933-4596.
The UNC TM Club will offer an introductory
lecture entitled "The Transcendental Meditation
Program and Enlightenment" at 7:30 p.m. in
Room 209 Carolina Union.
The International Folk Dancers will meet at 7
p.m. at the Student Center of the University
Presbyterian Church on !I0 Henderson St. All
students are invited.
The third M CAT-DAT review session will be
held at 7p.m. in Room 103 Berryhill Hall. Dr. Ken
Bynum of the zoology department will speak on
Chapel Hill ECOS will hold a working session
of all committees at 8 p.m. in 103 Bingham Hall.
The UNC Baha'l Club will hold an informal
introductory discussion on the teachings of the
Baha'j faith at 8 p.m. in Room 206 Carolina
Alpha Chi Epsiion will have formal rush at
7:30 p.m. in Dr. Coke's home. Rides will leave
Kenan lobby at 7:30. All chemistry and related
majors are welcome.
There will be a Chemistry Colloquium
entitled "Merocyanines and Other Things" at 1 1
a.m. in 308 Venable Hall. Dr. Edel Wasserman
from Allied Chemical Corporation will lecture.
Spl-Phl will hold an undergraduate meeting at
8 p.m. in the Mole Suite ofTeague. IgorVladamir
will lecture on"H ow to Rush For Fun and Profit."
Members only no cameras, please.
The Baptist Campus Ministry will hold
from University Lake
Level of University Lake
Total consumption, Sept. 19, 1976
Level of University Lake, Sept. 19, 1976
This semester, students have
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because somebody provided
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Now, the people who changed
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recreation and Thursday worship at 5 p.m. at the
Battle House. Charlene Horton will lead the
David Nlblock and Allen Gwyn will perform
at 8 p.m. Thursday in Deep Jonah in the Carolina
Union. Admission is free. Brown-bagging of beer
and wine is permitted.
The UNC Recreation Society will hold a
mandatory meeting at 4 p.m. Thursday in Room
213 Carolina Union.
The Water Polo Club will hold practice at 3:30
p.m. Thursday in the Bowman Gray Indoor Pool.
The UNC Scuba Club w ill hold a meeting at 7
p.m. Thursday in Room 100 Hamilton Hall. A
movie on diving in North Carolina will he shown.
Everyone is invited.
The Di-Phl Literary Societies will have an
"Original Speaking Night" at 7 p.m. Thursday in
300 New West. '
The Carolina Forum will meet at 7 p.m.
Thursday in Room 217 Carolina Union. All
members and interested students are invited.
The UNC Jugglers Association will meet at 4
p.m. Thursday by the Old Well. Beginners and
nonjugglers are welcome.
The Christian Science Organization will
hold a meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Frank
Porter Graham Lounge of the Carolina Union.
The subject will be "God a Very Present Help in
The UNC Collegiate Civitans will hold a
meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Room 215
Carolina Union. All students are invited.
The Carolina Readers will meet at 8 p.m.
Thursday in 103 Bingham Hall. Everyone
interested in literature and performing is invited.
Hlnton James will present Oliver, starring
Oliver Reed and Jack Wild, tt 7 p.m. Thursday in
the Hinton James Rec Room.
The North Campus chapter of the Intervarslty
Christian Fellowship will hold a meeting at 7
p.m. Thursday in the Chapel of the Cross
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Duke Cancer Information Service needs
volunteers to work four hours per week providing
telephone service. Interested persons should
contact Gray Handley at 286-2266.
Rainbow Soccer needs volunteers to coach
youth soccer teams three hours per week. For
more information contact Peter Griffin at 942
5986. Persons interested in being on the Elections
Board should sign up at Suite C of the Carolina
Students interested- in joining the UNC
Advertising Club should contact Asst. Prof.
Bowers in Room 205 Howell Hall before Sept. 30.
By AMY McRARY
Staff W riter
A special housing department committee
Monday discussed proposed regulations and
suggestions for dormitory-room lofts but set
no definite rules.
Among the items considered by the
committee were loft-construction materials,
loft height, permission procedures and
The committee, which includes Russell
Perry, assistant director of housing in charge
of operations, several resident assistants and
students with lofts in their rooms, probably
will meet again Thursday and Friday, Perry
The committee's final recommendations
will be sent to Director of Housing James D.
The final policy will contain both
requirements and suggestions. "We want a
policy that any student can understand and
comply with, using materials that are easily
accessible," Perry said.
The committee was "in general
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"Daigneuse Debout" (above), a 1906 etcning by Pierre Renoir valued at $210, was
stolen from an art exhibit and sale at.theAckland Art Museum, University Police say.
The etching was taken from a table where it was offered for sale by Robert Woodside
of Baltimore. It is part of the nationally recognized Tomlinson Collection of
Baltimore. University Police say the sale was held in a special showroom in Ackland
and was not under the regular museum's security protection. University Police ask
that anyone having knowledge of the whereabouts of this etching contact them
immediately at 33-6565.
agreement" that fire-retardant paint, which
would be supplied by the housing
department, be required on the beds. Perry
Wood probably would be the
recommended material. Perry said, because
some students would be unable to construct
a metal loft. Definite dimensions for the
wood have not been set yet, he said, but the
columns would probably be 4-by-4 inches.
The policy would also suggest that the
lofts be limited to a certain height.
Proposals for obtaining permission to
build a loft include a form submitted to the
student's residence director, a disclaimer
stating the University would not be held
responsible for physical injuries because of
the beds, and inspection by University
G PS F BULL ROAST
All graduate and professional students are invited
to a bull roast on
Saturday, Sept. 24 2:00 p.m.
500 for all you can eat and drink swimming also.
Go south 9 miles on 15-501 past Fearrington;
Take first left (about 1 mile further) & go
Rain date Sat., Oct. 1 3 miles to Sugar Lake on right.
Can you cope
with the fear
Address inquiries to:
W illiam E. Roosenberg
5500 Executive Center Drive, Suite 213
Charlotte, N.C. 28212
Perry said the housing department would
have to talk with an attorney to find out what
type of disclaimer could be used.
The committee is also "pretty much in
agreement" that carpeting and cooking
would be allowed in rooms with lofts. Perry
said. But no cooking would be permitted
under or on the loft itself.
Students may also be allowed to leave
their lofts up over the summer if they are
assigned to the same room in the fall. Perry
The student would have to agree that
summer-school students assigned to his
room could use the loft and would not be
responsible for damages to the bed. Perry
Silver, Kawalec declare plans
to run for Chapel Hill board
By DAVID WATTERS
A UNC professor and a former president
of the local chapter of the League of Women
Voters recently announced their candidacy
for the Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen.
Alderman Marvin Silver, a physics
professor, announced Tuesday that he is a
candidate for re-election.
Silver told a group of senior citizens that
the town needs to make long-range plans to
increase the water supply and improve the
In a prepared statement. Silver said,
"OWASA has seen us through 1977. But the
uncertainties of the last two summers must
not be repeated in 1978."
Silver said a properly placed network of
wells could provide more than two million
gallons of water per day to the area.
"I believe significant improvements can be
made in bus routes and peak-hour service
that would cut the costs of the program.
"Ideally we should provide students with
24-hour transportation service, but that is
not possible. By making the system more
efficient.'we can put the money we save back
into the system to provide more service."
Silver called the enforcement of the town's
noise ordinance "completely subjective." He
said he has been working with sound-level
meters and the police department to develop
an ordinance that he feels could be enforced
"Excessive noise is a public nuisance."
Silver said. "But last Saturday night 1
checked the noise levels of several parties on
campus, and they, were only slightly over the
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VW GOT THE BLAHS? Tune-ups $12.50
plus parts. Mufflers, clutches, shocks,
brakes, valves, rebuilds. The Bug Haus
guarantees parts & labor. 967-7414 evenings
VW PARTS & machine service for Do-it-yourselfers
at lowest prices. The Bug Haus
967-7414 evenings for information.
1972 FORD MAVRICK, Carolina Blue, new
interior, needs minor repair but generally good
condition. Call Mike after 5:30 pm. 929-9445
STUDENTS WELCOME Binkley Baptist
Church, S.E. corner of University Mall. Rides
available from Student Union (Raleigh Rd.
ei.trance) 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.
GPSF BULL ROAST
ALL GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL
STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO A BULL
ROAST - SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,
2:00 p.m. - 5W FOR ALL YOU CAN EAT
AND DRINK SWIMMING ALSO. GO
SOUTH 9 MILES ON 15-501 TO
FEARRINGTON ROAD; TAKE FIRST LEFT
(ABOUT 1 MLE FURTHER) GO 3 MILES
TO SUGAR LAKE.
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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. 113. 929-6852.
NEED EXTRA MONEY? Work 3 to 5 days pel
week, hours negotiable. Call Roy Rogers Family
Restaurant, 942 8620 between 2 and 4 PM any
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: Wear-Ever
Aluminum has part time openings in Chapel Hill
from $3.75, nr. to $5.25hr. to start. Apply at
group interview, today at 3:10 pm, Hanes Hall in
PEPPFS NEEDS STUDENTS for full and part
time help. Apply in person only at 208 W.Franklin
SPEED READING: Why pay more? Free session
(or low-cost course meets tomorrow night, 7:30
p.m., 302 Greenlaw. Call 383 3441 (in Durham).
Why pay more?
RUSSIAN, POLISH, FRENCH, LAi.in,
ANCIENT GREEK tessons, translations by
graduate of Warsaw University in classics. 967-.c.Sr
Silver has lived in Chapel H ill for 1 7 yeah
Bev Kawalec began her bid for a seat on
the Board of Aldermen Friday
Kawalec acknowledged that Chapel Hill
has more bus riders per capita than any other
town in North Carolina, but she added that
the money put into the transportation
system must be used efficiently.
Kawalec said Chapel H ill must also supply
its own water so it will not have to depend on
Durham. "I commend OWASA for reaching
the agreement with Hillsborough, but it
provides only a short-term solution to the
water problem," she said. "What we need to
do is continue to work on a long-term
A Democrat and former president of the
Chapel Hill League of Women Voters,
Kawalec has lived in Chapel Hill for 10
"1 want to serve on the board because I
have an interest in town government, and 1
feel a real commitment to Chapel Hill's
future." Kawalec said.
The Daily Tar Heel incorrectly reported in
the Tuesday edition that the Southeastern
Black Press Institute is located on East
Franklin Street. The institute is located on
West Franklin Street. In addition,
Bernadine Moses and Sonja Stone are
codirectors, not cochairpersons, of the
The article also incorrectly reported that
the institute is working with newspapers in
the Fayetteville, Hillsborough and
Statesville communities. The institute is
studying only the feasibility of black
newspapers in those communities.
Hackney's has tennis service
A complete tennis service including
finest, famous maker rackets, shoes,
clothing, accessories.. .plus racket
stringing and good advice, if you like.
for people who play...
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Lost & Found
FOUND: WOMAN'S I.D. BRACELET, initials
EBP. Found on walkway from Dey Hall to Wilson
Zoology Bldg. Call 933-5271 and identify.
LOST: A GIRL'S HUNTER HUSS High School
ring, initials SLL, lost during pep rally. Reward
offered. Call 933-8753.
LOST: Golden Retriever. Last seen Cameron
Ave. and Raleigh St. at 7:45 am, Monday, Sept . 19,
10 months, 65 lbs., medium build. Golden color.
Answers to Sage. Was wearing only a white flea
collar. Please call Mike or Ivy Cheesem. 942-2336
REWARD: FOR INFORMATION leading to
return of blue Sekine 10-speed bicycle, stolen
outside Student Union on Sunday Sept. 11 at 8:00
pm. Please call 967-9018
FRESH SEAFOOD, Shrimp scallops and fish
fresh from the Carolina coast. Also frozen
Bahama lobster tails'. Friday, 9 am - 7 pm corner of
Rosemary and Church Streets.
WHO ARE YOU? Do you have an ancestor who
participated in the American Revolution? The
local chapter of the Sons of the American
Revolution welcomes the opportunity to assist
you in establishing your lineage. Write 25 Willow
Terr., Chapel Hill, or call 929-5502.
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS,
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Jesus reincarnated, named Michael. (See Daniel
12:1, Revelations 3:12). Religious authorities
suppressing the truth. For detailed explanation of
Revelations write: Johannes de Silentio.P.O. Box
812, South Bend, Indiana 46624.
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