2 Th Dally Tr Heel Thursday, September
Compiled by Jodl Bishop
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Hlnton Jemti presents Oliver! at 7 p.m. and 10
p.m. in Hinton James Recreation Room. The
ihow stars Ron Moody, Oliver Reed, Mark
Letter, and Jack Wild. Admission is 50 cents.
David Nlbtock and Allen Gwyn of Winston
Salem will be performing from 8 to 1 1 p.m. in
Deep Jonah. Refreshments will be sold and brown
bagging of beer or w ine is permitted. Admission is
The Dr-Phl Literary Societies will have an
"Original Speaking Night" at the regular meeting
at 8 p.m. in 300 New West. The speeches will be of
a persuasive and informative nature.
There will be a UNCCC Short Course entitled
"Introduction to CALL-OS" at 3 p.m. in 228
There will be a Geology Colloquium entitled
"The Job Market for Geologists" at 4 p.m. in 205
Mitchell Hall. Roy L. Ingram, from the geology
department, will lecture.
There will be a Line Wertmuller Festival
entitled "Swept Away" at 8 p.m. in Carroll Hall
Auditorium. Tickets are S I and are available at the
Carolina Union Information Desk.
There will be an Allied Health Colloquium
entitled "Touch With Care, or a Caring Touch" at
4 p.m. in 105 Berryhill Hall. Joy Huss, associate
professor in Occupational Therapy at the
University of Minnesota, will speak.
The North Campus Chapter of Interverelty
Christian Fellowship will have a chapter meeting
at 7 p.m. in the parlor of the Chapel of the Cross
Episcopal Church. All are welcome.
The Carolina Forum will meet at 7 p.m. in
Room 217 Carolina Union. All members and
interested students are urged to attend.
Everyone is invited to the Christian Science
Organization meeting at 6 p.m. in the Frank
Porter Graham Room of the Carolina Union. The
subject will be "God A Very Present Help in
The UNC-CH Collegiate Clvltens will hold
an important meeting at 6:30 p.m. in Room 215
Carolina Union. New members are wanted and all
students are invited. For more information call
Part 1 1 of the workshop sponsored by the
Career Planning end Placement Office will be
held at 10 p.m. in the Frank Porter Graham Room
of the Carolina Union, The focus is on work
values, interests, and skills. .
The first meeting of the Y-Hunger Action
Committee will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Y
Building. All persons are invited to attend.
Any person who attended N.C. Governor's
School in 1976 should come by Room 206
Carolina Union between 3:30 and 4 p.m. today.
The Alchemist, UNC's interdisciplinary
science magazine, will meet at 8 p.m. in R oom 2 1 5
Carolina Union. The magazine is accepting
articles, illustrations and photographs for
We also provide original
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available, including business and distribution
managers and layout and advertising staffs. The
present managerial staff will graduate in May and
will be training others to take over next year. If
there are any questions, call Nigel Fleming at 967
5186 after 8 p.m.
The Campua Christian Fellowship will hold
an important business meeting at 7 p.m. in the
Carolina Union. All members are urged to attend.
Growing In Grsce will meet at 7 p.m. in the
fourth-floor faculty lounge of Dey Hall. The
program is sponsored by the Campus Crusade for
The South Campus Chapter of Intervarslty
Christian Fellowship will have an "Exposition
on Prayer" as its second meeting of the semester at
7:30 p.m. in Parker Lounge. Refreshments will be
served. Everyone is invited to come share the
fellowship and take a look at prayer and its power.
Alpha Chi Sigma it having formal rush at 7:30
p.m. at the home of Dr. Coke. Rides will be
leaving Kenan Lobby at 7:30. All chemistry and
related majors are welcome.
The UNC Recreation Society will hold a
mandatory meeting at 4 p.m. in Room 213
Carolina Union. Everyone interested in joining
must be present. Grads and undergrads are
Gay Rap Group, sponsored by St. John's
MCC will meet at 8 p.m. in Raleigh. For more
information call 929-8843 or 832-1582.
The UNC Jugglers Assoclaton will meet at 4
p.m. by the Old Well. Beginners and non-jugglers
who would like to learn are especially welcome.
The UNC Scuba Club meets at 7 p.m. in the
Hamilton Hall Auditorium. A slide presentation
on diving in North Carolina's shipwrecks will be
given by Bill Lovin. Everyone interested is
Thursday Worship at the Battle House is at 6
p.m with recreation preceding at 5 p.m. Ms.
Charlene Horton, campus ministry intern, is the
worship leader as the community joins together
for singing, praying, sharing concerns, and
The Waterpolo Club w ill practice from 3:30 to
5 p.m. at Bowman Gray Indoor Pool.
There will be a Lunchtlme Seminar from 1 2 to
I p.m. Friday. Sept. 23 in the first-floor conference
room of the Swing Building. Dr. Elizabeth
Wilson, from the pediatrics department, will
discuss "Androgen Regulation of Specific
Proteins in the Male Reproductive Tract."
There will be a hospital and clinical
pharmacy seminar from I p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 23 at the Governor's Inn. The subject
will be "A New Look at the Broad Responsibilities
of Hospital Pharmacists."
There will be a Free Flick entitled "Mother" at
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7 and 9:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23 in Carroll Hall
The Carolina Gay Association invites
everyone to a Fall Welcome Back Party from 9 to
12 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23 at the Community
Church at Purefoy and Mason Farm Roads.
The Durham Animal Protection Society will
hold its Third Annual Flea Market from I to 8:30
p.m. Friday, Sept. 23 and from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Saturday, at 212 West Main Street in the
AWS is sponsoring a Tri-State meeting starting
Friday night, Sept. 23 and ending Saturday
afternoon Sept. 24 in the Carolina U nion. Women
students from North Carolina. South Carolina,
and Virginia will be coming here to examine and
discuss in depth common issues and problems of
our region. A wide variety of workers and
speakers will be present. UNC students interested
in attending the meeting should call the AWS
office at 933-2165 or come by Suite D of the
The North and South Campus Chapters of the
Intervarslty Christian Fellowship have
rescheduled their picnic for 5:30 p.m. Friday,
Sept. 23. North Campus will meet at 5:30 at the
Undergrad Library and go to Morrison together.
The American Civil Liberties Union will
sponsor a Pig-Pickin' Dinner, Auction and
Carnival Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Wesley
Foundation and the Newman Center on Pittsboro
Sreet. The carnival begins at I p.m., the auction at
2 p.m.. and the dinner, with music by the Red Clay
Waiting for rain
Tuesday consumption 4.934 million gallons
from University Lake 1.973 million gallons
from Durham 2.961 million gallons
Level of University Lake 57 inches below capacity
Total consumption, Sept. 20. 1976 4.481 million gallons
Level of University Lake, Sept. 20, 1976 59 inches below capacity
By WILL JONES
Dorm residents recently interviewed say
they are aware of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro
water shortage, and they are trying to
conserve, but they admit dorm water
conservation efforts are less ev ident than last
"I don't believe that it's critical anymore,
but it's still necessary to conserve," says
senior Richard Lyman of 104 Winston. "I
take a 'navy shower' everyday, and I try not
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Great Hall, Carolina Union
Oct. 2 at 3:00 p.m. Students Admission by Triangle
and 8:00 p.m. $1.50 Dance Season Ticket
Oct. 3 at 8:00 p.m. General Public or b ticket availabie
Oct. 4 at 8:00 p.m. $2.50 at Union Desk,
Tickets -$3 oo Steel Band
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Ramblers, at 5 p.m. Everyone is invited.
All graduate and professional students arj
invited to a Bull Roast at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
24, at Sugar Lake Quarry. Go south 9 miles on 1 5
501 past Farrington Road, take the first left, and
go 3 miles to Sugar Lake. Fifty cents takes care of
all you can eat and drink.
The American Association of University
Professors invites the UNC faculty members,
their spouses, and their guests to a reception in
honor of new faculty members from 4 to 6 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 25, at the Horace Williams House,
610 East Rosemary Street.
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Childbirth Information, in collaboration with
Childbirth and Parenthood Education
Association, is presenting a program on Cesarean
Section at 8 p.m. at the UNC School of Public
Health Auditorium on Columbia Street, across
from the Health Sciences Library. The program
will include the film "The Cesarean Birth
Experience" which depicts C-sections done under
general and local anesthesia and two emergency
C-sections. Obstetricians from UNC Memorial
and Chapel Hill OB-GYN who deliver at Durham
County General, will be guest speakers. Everyone
is cordially invited to attend this first collaborative
effort by the newly-formed Childbirth
Tickets for the Derby Day Dance featuring
"Janice" are now on sale at the Carolina Union
not taken in
to run the faucets as much."
Many dorm residents say the most
commonly practiced method of
conservation is flushing toilets less often. But
they say students still take long showers and
allow water to run, whereas last year they
would have turned it off.
"I believe that there's a shortage, but
people around here feel the town had a year
to act upon it and nothing visible has been
done," says senior Steve Allen of 826
"People are taking shorter showers than
AWS gets money from CGC,
planning bigger winter festival
By JLLIANNE KNIGHT
The Association for Women Students
(AWS) and its proposed week-long
women's festival are under increasing ,
pressure to succeed now that the
Campus Governing Council (CGC) has
appropriated an additional $4,000 to be
spent solely on the project, CGC
member Chip Cox said Wednesday.
"AWS is going to have to show CGC
that a significant section of the
University is being served by this, and if
not, they are going to have to explain
why not," Cox said. "The credibility of
the organization is laying on the line."
In a meeting Tuesday night, the CGC
allocated the funds from its general
surplus. This appropriation is in
addition to the initial women's festival
appropriation of $1,800.
But the $5,800 AWS now has to bring
speakers, films, exhibits and performers
to UNC for the festival Jan. 22-28 is only
part of the estimated total cost of the .
event. The festival may cost as much as
Thus. AWS itself must raise most of
the money for the festival.
usual, not flushing the johns as much and
doubling the laundry loads some. But not as
much as last year."
"Conservation efforts aren't quite the
same from housing this year," says junior
Jeb Blackwell of 516 Ehringhaus. "People
aren't quite as concerned as they were last
year, either. But this past week I've noticed
conservation improving, such as toilets not
being flushed as often."
"The water fountains have been
unplugged, and nobody has any plants to
water on this hall," says sophomore Jeff Cox
of 122 Connor. "The water situation seems
twice as bad as last year, but everyone is
taking long showers anyway."
Senior Julie Rice of 21 1 Joyner says she
believes there is a crisis, but admits she has
been guilty of taking long showers. "The
only real efforts at conservation that I've
seen have been less flushing of toilets," she
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Jay Sharpe, chairperson of the
women's festival committee, assured
CGC that AWS could raise money
through the sale of tickets to festival
events, Cox said. "If they don't raise the
money, they will have trouble getting
funds from CGC in the future," he said.
Sharpe said she did not think that
AWS would have any problem because
she is certain of success. "I feel the
festival will be a remarkable success. I've
been working all summer with the
festival and I know it is going to come
The festival is not a program for
women students only, Sharpe said, but a
program that will involve the entire
"We plan to highlight the festival with
resources from the University
community along with interesting
speakers from the national scope,"
Sharpe said, adding that Bella Abzug,
former U.S. Congressman from New
York, has been contacted about the
possibility of speaking at the festival.
Betty Ausherman, AWS chairperson,
said the issues addressed by the
International Women's Year in 1975
molded the theme of the planned
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