4 The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, September
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Student activism Is not dead. At least
not for Old l ast resident Mark Stroney.
He feels that someone has to get the
Stroney, who has been looking into
the affairs of Servomation-Mathias
Inc., says he eats there because, "My
parents paid for it."
Stroney says many people, especially
incoming freshmen, are unfamiliar with
Servomation's sen ice when they sign up
for a meal plan.
"Each freshman packet should
contain a copy of the results of the
(Student Consumer Action Union)
Servomation survey done the previous
year," Stroney says. This way, he says,
students will know what they're getting
He says Servomation's no-refund
policy is not publicized enough. The
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only acknowledgment of the no-refund
policy is on the application card, he
"I talked to the Student attorney."
Stroney says. "If a person doesn't sign
the card, he has a better chance (of
getting a refund.)".
On remodeling of the cafeteria.
Stroney says. "1 saw the remodeling of
the inside. 1 hoped that they had
improved the product."
But, he says, they hadn't.
Is sex anything like politics?
According to a Barry Goldwater quote
from a Republican magazine and
posters all over campus, it is.
Sex, Goldwater says, is a lot like
politics. "You don't have to be an expert
to enjoy it."
"We only put them up in classroom
buildings." says Doug Markham,
chairperson of the North Carolina
Federation of College Republicans.
"During those boring lectures you see
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the word (sex) but can't read the rest of
it," Markham adds. "So you read it after
Markham says he saw the quote last
fall in First Monday, the magazine of
the Republican National Committee.
Markham worked with graphics this
summer, so he designed the poster.
It was a change, he says, that has
increased name recognition.
It has also generated a lot of
comments. Markham adds. Most have
A comment posted underneath one
poster reads, "Barry Goldwater knows
about as much about politics as he does
about sex." Markham says the comment
was allegedly scrawled on the poster by
the Anarchists Alliance.
It was one of only a few unfavorable
comments, he says.
Another comment was that Only
Democrats would use such a postei.
This comment came from an older,
conservative Republican woman.
Is Bong 98 a course here? No. but it is
For two to eight players.
Equipment: One bong, one-hit variety; a deck of playing
cards minus jokers; once ounce of a controlled substance.
The players choose one player as bongmaster and another
player as musicmastcr. '
The bongmaster must pack the bowls before each hit. The
musicmaster must operate the stereo as well as select and
play the appropriate music.
The deal passes to the left.
Play starts to the left but is subject to a change of direction
from time to time.
The point value of each card is equivalent to its face value
with the following exceptions: an ace is worth one point, the
four, queen and king are worth zero and a 10 is worth minus
10. A four reverses the direction of play, and a jack
automatically makes the value of the discard pile 98 points.
The players discard and then draw in turn.
When discarding, each player must add the value of the
discard to the card he is adding to the pile and say this
The player who discards a card making the value of the
pile more than 98 loses.
Breath of Life
The Chapel H ill-Cat rboro Breath of
Life campaign, a fund raising drive for
the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, began
"We urge students to participate in
this serious effort to combat cystic
fibrosis," says Sam Mason, campaign
"Canisters (for monetary donations)
This man is coming to
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Remember our Friday Fish Fry,
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a traditional game in a very tradition
steeped North Campus dorm.
An invitation to play Bong 98 is
generally taken to be an invitation to
destroy the devil weed very slowly
Some say Bong 98 must be played on
the floor at all times, because that way
no one is hurt by falling out of a chair.
Other rules include appointing a
bongmaster to pack the devil weed into
a one-hit bowl and a music master to
keep appropriate tunes playing on the
Then the game begins. It's a card
game, and the "losers" are forced to
inhale deeply. Hits are also given for
mistakes in the rules and general foul
ups (such as spilling bong-water on the
Cards are discarded and a running
tally is kept of the point total of the
The loser is the person who puts the
card on the pile that makes the total
more than 98.
how to play Bong 98
will be placed in most stores in the
business district. Ihis should be the
most convenient method for student
Respiratory diseases are the second
largest killer of children, and cystic
fibrosis is the most serious of respiratory
diseases. Mason says.
It is an inherited disease that often
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UNC Press receives funds;
will construct new plant
The UNC Press has received a $150,000
grant from the Kresge Foundation of Troy,
Mich., William H. Baldwin, president and
trustee of the foundation, and Matthew
Hodgson. UNC Press director, announced
The grant will be used to build a new
building for the UNC Press. The proposed
building would house expanded publishing
facilities and a technical services center for
other publishers of scholarly materials in the
The proposed building still requires
approval of the UNC Board of Trustees.
A new building will allow the UNC Press
to move from its present facilities in Bynum
Hall. The UNC Press warehouse on Airport
Road probably w ill remain in use. according
to Hodgson. .
In 1974. the Kresge trustees allocated
$65,000 to enable the UNC Press to establish
its in-house composition department, a
One bong hit is given to the player who loses a hand.
Penalty bong hits are given for the following mistakes
One bong hit for playing out of turn, drawing before
discarding, calling out an incorrect total for discard pile and
any other reasons the players decide on beforehand.
Penalties for mistakes outside of play are as follows:
Two hits for spilling bong water.
One to two hits for stereo mismanagement.
One to two hits for failing to clear the bowl.
One to two hits for failing to burn all the substance.
One hit for poor album choices.
One hit for spilling the substance.
One hit for spilling food or drink.
Any other penalties decided on by the players
Optional bong hits are awarded to any player wanting
them: limits per hand may be set.
Point systems may be used to determine winners, or play
may continue until everyone is unable to continue -
kills children at an early age. It causes
digestive problems and produces a
heavy mucus which clogs the lungs.
Mason says anyone wishing to
contribute to the campaign can either
use the canisters or send checks to the
treasurer, Mrs. Wesley Fowler, 2450
Spring View Trail, Chapel Hill.
"We have much better ad programs going
on now," Harris said, "and it's appealing to
Despite enormous outlays for ads,
advertising is not the only reason for Miller's
improved sales. Lamb said, citing consumer
acceptance of the brand and a better supply
for the market as contributing factors.
Still, demands for Miller beer have
exceeded the company's capacity since April
1975. allowing Miller to implement a 2 per
cent price increase in April of this year.
"We find that (when you cut prices) you
sell a lot of beer now, but don't sell any next
month," Lamb said.
In contrast, Anheuser has been cutting
prices in an attempt to thwart Miller's
"We're now able to price-promote legally
which we've never been able to do before,"
said Harris, readily admitting that such
efforts are aimed at M iller.
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"All of us at the UNC Press are extremely
grateful for the support given to us by the
Kresge Foundation," Hodgson said. "We
believe that the new technical services center
of the Press will represent a -significant
breakthrough in enabling small- and
medium-sized university to achieve the same
economies of scale now enjoyed by only a
handful of the larger university-based
During the past 54 years, the Kresge
Foundation has made appropriations of
more than $283 million to institutions in the
fields of higher education, health services,
the arts, social welfare and care of the young
and the aging.
Construction and major renovation of
facilities is the foundation's primary
concern, and grants usually are made on a
challenge basis to encourage further fund
The foundation, one of the largest in the
United States in size of assets and
appropriations, was created solely through
the gifts of the late Sebastian S. Kresge,
founder of the S.S. Kresge Co., now known
as the K-Mart Corp. However, the company
and the foundation are not related in any
Earth, Wind, Fire
will not perform
at UNC this fall
Earth. Wind and Fire will not perform at
Carolina this year. Black Student M ovement
(BSM) Chairperson Byron Horton said
In an August interview, Brooksie
Harrington, a memer of the BSM committee
that was working to bring the group to
campus, said Earth, Wind, and Fire was
"The statement by Harrington was in
error," Horton said.
Horton said the group required a
substantial binder fee before they would
agree to perform. He said the BSM had
requested the money from Student
Government this summer, but the summer
legislature could not approve the request.
Earth, Wind and Fire then cancelled
negotiations when the fee was not paid on
time, he said.
Other groups he plans to contact, Horton
said, are the Commodores and the Ohio
- EDDIE MARKS
Continued from page 1.
While sales have been improving for
Miller and Anheuser, other breweries have
not been so fortunate.
According to J. A. Long Jr., president of
Durham Distributing Co., the local Schiltz
distributor, sales this year have increased
only 3.8 per cent compared to a normal 6 or 7
per cent increase. He attributes this
sluggishness in part to Miller's and
Anheuser's advertising efforts.
"They've gone overboard," he said. "The
beer industry in North Carolina is running
' about one-third more TV commercials this
year than last year."
One bright spot for Schlitz has been the
sale of Schlitz Light, introduced in the fall of
1976. Long reports that sales of the low
calorie beer are up 6 per cent, accounting for
almost one-fifth of his total sales.
"We haven't done anything out of the
ordinary to promote it," he said.