2 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, September 23, 1977
j- campus calendar
I Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public tervice announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH oflicet in the.
Union by 100 p m II they are to run the next day Each Hem will run at least twice
A Lunchtlmt Seminar entitled "Androgen
Regulation of Specific Proteins in the Male
Reproductive Tract" will be held from 12 noon to
I p.m. in the first floor conference room of Swing
Building. Dr. Elizabeth Wilson from the
pediatrics department will speak.
A Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy Seminar
entitled "A New Look at the Broad
Responsibilities of Hospital Pharmacists" will be
held from I to4:30p.m. in the Governor's Inn. The
seminar is co-sponsored by the UNC-CH School
of Pharmacy and N.C. Society of Hospital
Pharmacists. Information is available at Beard
A free flick entitled Mother will be shown at 7
and 9 p.m. in Carroll Hall Auditorium.
The Durham Animal Protection Society will
hold its third annual Flea Market from 1 to 8:30
p.m. Friday, Sept. 23, and from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at 2 12 W. Main Street in
the Trust Building in downtown Durham. The
Animal Protection Society is a non-profit, public
The Association of Women Students is
sponsoring a tri-state meeting beginning Friday.
Sept. 23, and ending Saturday afternoon, Sept. 24,
in the Carolina Union. Women students from
North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia will
be coming here to examine and discuss common
issues and problems of the region. UNC students
interested in attending should call the AWS office
at 933-2165 or come by Suite D.Carolina Union.
The Carolina Gay Association invites
everyone to a Fall Welcome-Back Party from 9 to
12 p.m. in the Community Church at Purefoyand
Mason Farm Roads.
The North and South Campus Chapters of the
Intervarslty Christian Fellowship have
rescheduled their picnic for 5:30 p.m. at
Morrison Residence Hall. The North Campus
Chapter will meet at 5:30 at the Undergraduate
Library and then go to Morrison.
"If I w ere a student I'd be quite concerned about
the quality of the consideration which the issues
are getting." Leonard said. "I don't think a single
committee can deal with these issues and do it well
in the short time provided."
The Educational Policy Committee is scheduled
to report on the drop policy at the council's
October meeting, on the Honor Code at the
November meeting and on the pass-fail option in
"I'm not sure we can give proper consideration
to all of these issues," said Assoc. Prof. Mark
Appelbaum. a member of the Educational Policy
Adams said Wednesday that the committee has
been asked to do "quite a bit."
"In order of priorities," he said. "I think that
pass-fail should be pushed back and other things
Adams said it might be possible to implement
changes in the Honor Code by the spring if the
report were received by December.
. "If the Faculty Council approved the plan it
would have to go to the chancellor and the
chancellor has to approve it." Adams explained
Members of the Society of Professional
Journalists who wish to attend a 4-p.m. reception
on Sept. 27 for former White House press
secretary Ron Nessen should contact Elizabeth
Swaringen at 933-3405 after 6 p.m. or Tony Gunn
at 933-0246 by 6 p.m. Sunday. A limited number
of invitations are available.
Black Ink will hold a workshop from 2 to 6 p.m.
Saturday. Sept. 24, in Upendo Lounge. Anyone
interested in writing, photography, selling ads,
copy editing, proofreading, typing, circulation
and subscription, management and public
relations are asked to attend.
Registration for the Athletic Attic Hokum
Karum w ill begin at 10 a.m. Saturday. Sept. 24. at
Finley Golf Course Club House. Everyone is
welcome. There will be a special prize for residence
The North Carolina Civil Liberties Union will
sponsor a carnival, auction and pig-pickin' dinner
from 1 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Wesley
Foundation and the Newman Center.
Entertainment includes the Red Clay Ramblers,
the UNC Jugglers, the Durham Pocket Theatre,
beer and booths.
Gay scientists are invited to meet gay students
and professionals in the physical, biological,
mathematical and engineering sciences at 7 p.m.,
Saturday, Sept. 24. For location and information
call 929-4997 or 967-9626.
All graduate and professional students are
invited to a Bull Roast at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept.
24. at Sugar Lake. Fifty cents will cover all you can
eat and drink. For directions call 933-5675.
The Mid-Campus Chapter ot Inter-Varsity
Christian Fellowship will meet at 8 p.m. Sunday,
Sept. 25, in the fourth-floor lounge of Dey Hall.
UNC students Susan Scott and Susan Terry will
talk about their experiences with missions in
Guatemala this summer.
The UNC Jugglers Association will meet at 3
p.m. Sunday. Sept. 25. by theOld Well. Beginners
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that changes in the H onor Code must be approved
early in January to go into effect for the 1978
"I would personally not have minded if it (the
Honor Code proposal) had come directly to the
council for consideration from the Committee on
Student Conduct," Henry C. Boren, secretary of
the faculty, said Wednesday. "But some members
felt it should have some broader consideration
before it was passed on."
"I don't think we could give it as careful an
examination before a large body as we could in a
committee." Adams said. "We want an open
debate. We hope there will be people who can
answer questions that are raised! when the issue
goes before the council) because of their study in
Adams said it is also important that the
question be resolved before a new student body
president takes office in the spring. "The student
leaders now in place have worked with this for the
past year. New officers would have to get
acquainted with the proposals, and that would
take some time." he said.
Herefc how you can enter:
Enter as often as you like. Simply
sketch your design on an 8 x 10 sheet
of paper and mail it or take it, along
with your name (please print or type),
address and telephone number, to the
nearest Real McCoy Store.
The design competition will be judged by
a five person team selected from our staff.
All entries will be carefully examined for style,
visual appeal and originality. Designs may be
futuristic or traditional or whatever you feel is
appropriate to convey a proper image of the Real
name or logo (see reproduced above) "The Real
Stores" must be displayed as a prominent part of
and non-jugglers who would like to learn are
St. John's Metropolitan Community
Church will hold worship services at 3 p.m.
Sunday. Sept. 25. at the U.C.C. on the corner of
Dixie Trail and Wade Avenue in Raleigh. A
potluck dinner will follow the service and Holy
Communion. For information or transportation
Meher Baba Campus Information proudly
announces a talk on Avatar Meher Baba at 7 p.m.
on Sunday, Sept. 25, at the Community Church
on Purefoy and Mason Farm Roads. The talk will
be given by Mr. Adi K. Irani of Ahmednagar,
India. There will be no admission charge. All are
cordially invited to attend.
The Campus Christian Fellowship will hold a
Sunday morning worship service at 1 1 a.m.
Sunday. Sept. 25. in the Carolina Union. All are
invited to attend.
The American Association of University
Protessors invites UNC faculty members, their
spouses and guests to a reception in honor of new
faculty from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday. Sept. 25, at the
Horace Williams House at 610 E. Rosemary St. in
Chapel Hill. Extra parking will be available in the
Park Place parking lot. one block south of
The Undergraduate History Association will
meet at 7 p.m. Monday. Sept. 26, in423 Hamilton
Hall. All members are urged to attend.
George Core, editor of the Sewanee Review
your design. Addresses andor slogans are
optional; however, we do request that any slogans
be in good taste and suitable tor public display.
signs may incorporate any combination of colors. All
entries must be postmarked by Oct. 31,1 977 and all
designs will become the exclusive property of the
Real McCoy Stores.
Here's what you can win:
The winning entry will receive a $1 50 gift certificate good
at any Real McCoy or Pants Rack Store. Of
goes without saying that the winner will also
shirt when they are produced.
In addition to this, there will be 50 runner-up prize win
ners, each receiving a free T-shirt for entering.
So hurry up and get your entry in today and, by the way,
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and critic of Southern and American literature,
will speak at 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 26. in 223
Greenlaw. A reception will follow.
A special program entitled Heating Safely
With Wood will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday,
Sept. 26, in the Chapel Hill Public Library
meeting room. A wide range of stoves and
accessories will be on d isplay, and H al Richman of
Chapel Hill's Stove Works will speak. Admission
is free and everyone is invited.
The first in a series of seminars on the
psychophysiology of meditation discussions. The
EEG During Meditation, will be held at 8 p.m.
Monday, Sept. 26. in 106 Berryhill Hall. For
information on the papers being discussed call
Tony Meadow at 942-6943 in the evening.
The Fine Arts Festival continues interviews for
administrative positions at 6 p.m. Monday. Sept.
6, in 1-A Swain Hall. All undergrads and grads are
welcome. For scheduling an interview, please
leave your name, phone and address at the art
department office in Wendy Feuer's box by 5 p.m.
The Cornerstone Coffeehouse is having a
meetingat 7 p.m. Monday.Sept. 26, in H-8 Village
Apartments. All interested persons are invited to
There w ill be a UNCCC Short Course entitled
"Details of DD Statements" at 3 p.m. Monday,
Sept. 26, in 228 Phillips Hall.
An IRSS Short Course will be held at 7:30
p.m. Monday, Sept. 26, in 307 Manning Hall.
Eastgate Shopping Center
10 a.m.-9 p.m.
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
Students interested in joining the UNC
Advertising Club should see Dr. Bowers in
Room 205, Howell Hall before Sept. 30.
Applications for the Actuarial Exam, parts I
and II, must be received in New York City by Sept.
26. Applications are in 101 Nash Hall. The test will
be given Nov. 3 in Durham, Raleigh, Greensboro
The University Counseling Center will be
open additional hours on Monday evenings from
7 to 10 p.m. Make appointments to talk with a
counselor by calling 933-2 1 75. Nash H all is across
from the Carolina Inn parking lot.
Everybody is invited to attend Anne Byrd's
Intermediate French Cooking Course from 7
to 9:30 p.m. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday,
Sept. 26. 27 and 28; or from 10 to 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Sept. 27, 28
and 29 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church on
Cornwallis and Pickett roads in Durham. The cost
is $35.00. For ticket reservations and information
call 489-4900. 383-6054 or 489-5674.
There is an excellent volunteer opportunity at
Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center to work
with a telephone service - providing accurate,
current information about cancer and local
resources for residents of North Carolina. The
work will involve four hours per week with a
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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.
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BEAUTIFUL, COMFORTABLE MEXICAN
HAMMOCKS for sale cheaply. Amazing Sails
Trading Co. 942-6283. Keep trying. .
FOR SALE: TWO STORY home, freshly painted,
furnished. Sleeps 34. Kitchen staff and waiters
available. Located at corner of McCauley and
Pittsboro. For info call 967-9162.
RAINBOW SOCCER needs you to coach a youth
soccer team this fall. Only three hours per week of
your time is required. We need your help. If
interested please call Peter Griffin at 942-5986.,
NEED EXTRA MONEY? Work 3 to 5 days pet
week, hours negotiable. Call Roy Rogers Family
Restaurant, 942-8620 between 2 and 4 PM any
HOUSEHOLD HELP NEEDED. 4-6 hours per
week. Hours flexible. $2.50hour. Cynthia
Hermans 942 1 189.
SPEED READING: Why pay more? Free session
for low-cost course meets next Tuesday,
Thursday, 7-30 p.m., 302 Greenlaw. First class
follows immediately. Call 383-3441 (in Durham).
Why pay more?
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: ADIDAS TENNIS SHOES and keys on
ring in a Lacock's shoe bag. Lost Sept. 20 in
Morehead Planetarium parking lot. V found,
please call MAC, 933 2548. Reward
LOST SOMEWWiRE ON NORTH CAMPUS a
gold-color td Wait ham watch with a broken mesh
wristband. Be lonsiderate to a disoriented
person REWARD offered call 933-8086.
LOST LAST FRIDAY 1st floor WG: small sterling
silvtr St. Christopher charm with initials CCT
engraved on back. Great sentimental value. Call
Cathv. 967 1782. Keep trying please! Reward
DEAR NICOLE, Amy, Meredith, Brickhouse,
B.iby Buns, and Bionic Buns, I bve you and miss
you all Disco t x
training program. Call Gray Handley at 286-2266
before Monday.Sept. 26.
Rainbow Soccer needs coaches for youth
soccer teams this fall. Only three hours per week
are required. If interested please contact Peter
Griffin, UNC Varsity Captain, at 942-5986.
The Durham Recreation Department is
recruiting interested Durham youngsters to
participate in a comprehensive "Community
Cultural Arts Enrichment Program." Free skill
development will be offered by a professional
artist in art, dance, drama and music. The
registration deadline is Oct. 28. For further
information contact the Durham Recreation
Department at 683-4355.
If you are a resident of New York and would be
interested in an internship In the Held of state
government, come by Career Planning and
Placement in 211 Hanes Hall.
All students interested in participating in the
YMCA Big Brother Big Sister Program,
please sign up for an interview in Room 205 of the
Y Building. Applications are also available.
Career Planning and Placement is offering a
series of three free workshops on the job-seeking
process at 10 a.m. Friday, Wednesday and
Thursday, Sept. 23, 28 and 29, in the Frank Porter
Graham Room of the Carolina Union. Come to
one or all of the workshops.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. Partially
furnished 2 bedroom extra nice townhouse on
bus line. Dishwasherpool. $92.00 month. 929
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AT LEAST 10 LBS. overweight and female? If
interested in treatment for changing eating
behavior which is part of a study UNC Psychology
Dept. Call 933 1888 M-F, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Sat-Sun
CONDOM SAMPLERS. Learn the difference
between condoms with one of our famous sample
packs. Preshaped, textured, colored, lubricated
skins, stubs. Designed toincrease sexual satisfac
tion. Adam & Eve, Franklin & Columbia (over the
FREE PIG-PICKIN dinners to reliable sign
carriers at Durham Street Fair this Saturday.
Chris Farran, 966-5011 or 967-6892.
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.
HESHE. Triangle Area's personalized dating
service. We match to your specifications. Special
student rates. Write P.O. Box 1109, Chapel Hill,
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ATTENTION STUDENTS! Sale! One block from
fire station. 607 Airport Road. Sat, Sept. 24.
Cheap junk, bts of useful things. Furniture,
dishes and some antiques.
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