2 The Daily Tar Heel Monday, September
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public earvice announcement mut be turned In to Irte Cox outside the DTH offices In the
Union by 1-00 p m If they ere to run the next dey Each item will run at least twice.
A ipscial program t mil led Heating Safely With Wood will be
held at 7;M p m. in the Chapel Hill Public Library Meeting Room.
Hal Rirtiman of Chapel Hill't Stoveworki will ipeaa. Everyone ii
inviied. A wide range of novel and acceoriewillbeondiplay.
George Core, editor of the Swanw Review and a critic of
southern and American literature, will speak at 8 p.m. in 223
Greenlaw. A reception will follow.
The first in a series of seminars on the psychophysiology of
meditation entiiled.The EEO During Meditation, will he held at It
p.m. in I0( Berryhill Hall. For information on the puperi being
discussed, call Tony Meadow at 942-694 in the evening.
The Fine Arte Festival continues interviews for administrative
positions at 6 p.m. in I A Swain Hall. All undergrads and gradsare
welcome. To schedule an interview, please leave your name, phone
number and addrexs at the art department office.
A UNCCC Short Course entiled. "Details of DD Statements."
(session II will be held at p m. in 22K Phillips Hall.
An IRSS Short Courae entitled "SPSS" will be held at 7:30 p.m.
in 307 Manning Hall.
Cornerstone Coffeehouse is having a meeting at 7 p m in
apartment H-8. Village Apartments. Various issues will be
discussed, and all interested persons are invited to attend.
A demonstration by Larry Anderson will be given from 1 1 to I
p.m. in the Pit. A variety of exceptional pottery' willbedisplayed.
The Undergraduate History Association will meet ai 7 p m in
423 Hamilton Hall. All members are urged to attend.
The I.E. Team will have a meetingat 7 p.m. in 103 Bingham Hail.
The executive council will meet ai 6 p.m. All people interested in
competitive speaking are urged to attend.
A meeting for all Toronto Exchange members will he held at
7.30 p.m. in Room 202 of the Carolina Union. The meeting is
The Chapel Hill Public Library will be showing "Foolish
Wives," a film by Erich Von Stroheim. at 7 p m. Tuesday and
Wednesday. Sept. 27 and 28. in the library meeting room.
Additional parking can be found on Boundary Street north of
Rosemary and at the University lot at Park Place and Boundary.
A meeting for freshmen Interested In physical therapy will be
held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27, in the physical therapy
department at Memorial Hospital.
The UNC Ski Club will hold its first meeting at 7 p it Tuesday.
Sept. 27, in Room 209 of the Carolina Union. Anyone interested in
joining is welcome. Refreshments will be served. For further
information call 933-8432
The UNC Young Democrats will meet at 8 p . m. Tuesday, Sept.
27. in Room 217 of the Carolina Union. The Stale AKL-CIO
President. Wilbur Hobby, will speak.
The Undergraduate Math Club will meet at 7; 30 p.m. Tuesday.
Sept. 27, in 381 Phillips Hall. All interested people are welcome.
Punch and cookies will he served after the meeting.
The Honore end Evaluations Committee ol the
Undergraduate Bualneaa Association will meet ai 3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 27. in the third-floor faculty lounge of Old Carroll
The Accounting Club will host representatives from Peat.
Marwick and Mitchell at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Sept. 27, in T-7 New
Carroll Hall. The guest speakers will speak on preparation for an
The Outing Club will meet at 6:45 p.m. Tuesday. Sept. 27. in
Room 202 of the Carolina Union. Upcoming trips will be discussed
and there will be a talk on conservation practices in the outdoors.
Delta Sigma PI. professional business fraternity, will meet at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Sept. 27 in T-l Carroll Hall to make final
preparations for its upcoming rush. All members are urged to
attend. If you can't come, please contact Chip Morgan at 929-46 1 2.
Agora, the maaarine of the Association for International
Students, will be holding an orientation meetingat 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Sept. 27, in the International Center of Bynum Hall. New people
and ideas are needed to make this edition as good as the first. Bnng
your literary and editing skills, an work or your interest.
Freedom ol speech is the theme of the film "The Speaker."
presented by the Schotof Library Science, at 4 p. m.. Wednesday.
Sept. 28, in 209 Manning Hall The film dramatizes the
repercussions in a typical American community when the local high
school invites a highly controversial speaker for its public lecture
A joint UNC-Duke Colloquium will be held at 4 p.m.
Wednesday. Sept. 28. in 26S Phillips Hall Dr. Shang-il Choi will
speak on uperionic Conductors."
An open poetry reading will be held at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 28. at the art school in Carrboro. Bring one or two poems that
are 3 to 5 minutes in length.
The N.C. Coastal Club is sponsoring Coy Batten of the
Division of Environmental Management at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Sept. 28, in Room 204 of the Carolina Union. Batten will speak on
the $230 million "Clean Water Referendum."
The final M CAT-DAT Review Seaalon will be held at 7 p m.
Wednesday, Sept. 28, in 103 Berryhill Hall. Dr. Ronan of the
physics department will be present.
A Surfing Club meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Sept.
28. in Room 213 of the Carolina Union. All those interested in
joining the club should attend. For further information call 933
1318 If unable to attend, leave your name and number with the
Sports Club Council at 9J3-I0I3. . .
Three seats open;
to be held Oct 15
Elections for three Campus Governing Council
(CGC) seats will be held Oct. 15, Elections Board
Chairperson Mike Harkin announced.
The vacant seats are those for districts, 1, 17 and
20, Harkin said.
District 1 is a graduate- and professional
student district covering the Department of City
and Regional Planning, the Department of
Political Science and the law school.
District 17 is the area of Orange County
northwest of the intersection of Franklin and
Columbia streets. District 20 is to the southwest of
Potential candidates must submit a petition
containing 25 signatures to the Elections Board in
Suite C of theCarolina Union by Wednesday. The
petitions will be available from the board until
Fee-paying students in good standing with the
University are eligible to run for the seats.
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Wed. Oct. 1 2 and Thurs. Oct. 1 3
Tug-of-War Relays & Races Carolina Olympics
Beer Chug Schlitz Movie Orgy
Volleyball Tournament Banner Contest
You can participate too! Will your dorm, fraternity or
sorority be campus champion?
I he UNC Tennla Club will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Sept. 28.
in Room 207 of the Carolina Union. Progress and the annual dues
of the club will he discussed.
Sigma Chi once again presents Derby Day at 2 p.m. Friday,
Sept. 30, at Carmichael Auditorium. The parade will leave
Carmichael at 2 p.m., and the sorority games will begin upon
urrival at Ehringhaus field. Everyone is invited. "Janice" will play
al the Derby Day dance in Woollen Gym at 9 p.m. Tickctsurenhw
available for $2 at the Carolina Union Desk.
ITEMS OF JNTEREST
The Student Consumer Action Union is currently
interviewing people for the post ofSpecial ProjectsChairperson. If
you would be interested in filling this position, please come by the
office in Suite B of theCarolina Union and set up an interview with
Bill Parmelee or Ralph Aubry. In addition. SCAD is looking for
people to work on the Consumer Complaint lines For information
call 933-8313 or drop by the office in Suite B.
An excellent volunteer opportunity is available at Duke Cancer
Center to work with telephone service to provide accurate, current
information about cancer and local resources for residents ol North
Carolina. This requires only four hours per week with a training
period. Learn while helping others. Call Gray Handley at 286-2266
by Sept. 26
The University Counseling Center will he opening additional
hours from 7 to 10 p.m. Monday evenings. Make appointments to
talk with a counselor by calling 933-2I7S and browse in the
Occupational Educational Library. Nash Hall is across from the
Carolina Inn parking lot.
If you sing, juggle, tell jokes, etc. and would liketo participate in
an open-mlke night at the Carolina Union, contact Anna
McClanahan at 933-1 157 or 933-2724 after 5 p.m.
Voter Registration will be held from 8:30 a m. to 5 p.m.
Monday. Sept. 26. and from 8:30a m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. Sept.
27. at the Carrboro Town Hall. Registration will also he held from
noon to 8 p.m. Tuesday. Sept. 27. at the Chapel Hill Municipal
Anyone interested in interviewing for the position of
Orientation Chairperson should come by the Orientation office
in Suite D of the Carolina Union.
If you are a resident of the state of New York and you would he
interested in an Internship In the Held ol atete government,
please come byCareerPlanningand Placement in2ll HanesHall.
Centering-Venturing: A Planning Process for Creatively '
Muddling Through Lite end Work is a free mini-course on career
and life planning offered by the Career Planning and Placement
Office. Students interested in participating can call Jane Kendall at
933-6506 or come by 21 1 Hanes Hall.
Career Planning end Placement is offering a series of three
free workshops on the job-seeking process on Sept. 23, 28 and 29.
All the workshops in this series area! 10 a.m. in the Frank Porter
Grahm Room of the Carolina Union.
WHEN ON CAMPUS LET THE STUDENT
SNACK BARS BE YOUR QUICK LUNCH
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"in the middle of Sorority Row"
A WS lecture excerpts
The following are excerpts lrom
workshop lectures and discussions at
the Intercollegiate. Association for
Women Students Tri-state Meet,
held at UNC this weekend.
Christie Barbee of North
Carolinians United for ERA on
passing the Equal Rights
Amendment (ERA): "When it comes
down to it, anti-ERA groups base
their arguments on God, country,
apple pie and motherhood.
University and college campuses
should avoid open debates because
you can't argue against emotion on
an intellectual level. Never give them
a forum to voice their opinions.
"Pro-ERA groups should watch
their physical appearances.
Appearances matter to a lot of
people, and we may have lost support
when one of our speakers during the
legislature debates looked like the
stereotyped feminist. More people
could identify with Phyllis Schlafly's
all-American smile, designer dress
and gold earrings."
Lindsey Hutt of the Orange
Durham County Coalition for
Battered Women on battered
women: "It's hard to explain why all
of a sudden there is a concern for
battered women. The people that
See your president for details!
women traditionally had gone to and
said 'help me' were totally helpless
they didn't know how to counsel for
this problem. So they're starting to
seek out people who do know.
"It's sort of a chain reaction
people who abuse or are abused come
from families where there is a history
of violence. One group that set up a
crisis line kinda got scared by the size
oi the problem they uncovered when
they set up their service. The key issue
in the whole thing is it's very very
difficult to get figures - no one
wants to talk about it."
Elizabeth Koontz, assistant
superintendent of the N.C. State
Department of Public Instruction
and chairperson of the state
International Women's Year
Coordinating Commission, on ERA:
"I don't think we can pass the ERA in
this state until we can reach the
woman who is on the defensive
because she is not working."
Frances Hogan, director of
women's athletics at UNC, on the
equality of men's and women's
athletics: "I would say that's been the
story of women's athletics: Women
have never been recognized. We've
had good athletes. We've sort of
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Bar (Law School)
Osier (Medical School)
Circus Room (Lower Quad)
Nook (School of Public Health) 1
Dorm Convenience Stores
Hearing on drop policy today
The Educational Policy Committee will
hold an open hearing on the drop policy at 3
p.m. today in 310 Davie Hall.
The committee is studying changes in the
present four-week drop policy. Student
Government has recommended to the
committee that the drop period beextended
to eight weeks.
But Vaida , Thompson, committee
"Baigneuse Debout," the 1906 Renoir
etching which was stolen last week, was
returned by mail to the Ackland Museum
Ackland officials said publicity by the
Daily Tar Heel may have prompted the
return of the $210 print.
The print was taken from a table at the
museum, where it was being offered for sale
by Robert Woodside of Baltimore, Md.
U niversity police said the sale was held in a
special showroom in Ackland and was not
under the museum's regular security
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It offers professional development and
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although the minimum age is 18 years, very few applicants
under 20 have the skills and experience necessary to qualify.
must meet medical and legal criteria -Training:
lasts from 4 to 14 weeks, usually in the host country
emphasizes language and cultural studies
Compensation: "-. '
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NEEDED: People with experience or degrees in:
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special education, Industrial arts
Engineering, especially Civil Engineering
Nutrition, Home Ec (Degree required)
interviews: PLACEMENT OFFICE, Oct 11, 12
INFORMATION: Student Union, Oct 11-13
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house overlooking small lake. Barbeque facilities
also. For more information call Joe 942-5518.
1973 CAMARO, automatic V-8, power sterring
and brakes, new Pirelli radials, excellent
condition, only 22,000 miles. 942-5904
BEAUTIFUL, COMFORTABLE MEXICAN
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Lost & Found
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LOST: ADDAS TENNIS SHOES and keys on
ring in a Lacock's shoe bag. Lost Sept. 20 in
Morehead Planetarium parking tot. If found,
please call MAC, 933-2548. Reward
LOST SOMEWHERE ON NORTH CAMPUS a
gold-colored Waltham watch with a broken mesh
wristband. Be considerate to a disoriented
person. REWARD offered call 933-8086.
TO THE HANDSOME GUY with dark hair and
moustache in Union last Thurs. 2:15 2:45: Sorry I
stared while you drank chocolate miik and read
DTH, but I love your dimples! Signed: Ogling
chairperson, says committee members want
input from other students and student
groups besides Student Government. "We
feel other students may have different views,
and we want feedback from them, too," she
The committee is interested in changes
from the standpoint of educational
philosophy, Thompson says. "The
committee does consider its basic obligation
to be to look at philosophy, not just policy,"
But Henry C. Boren, secretary of the
faculty, says the hearings probably will not
help the committee reach a decision.
"They're going to get recommendations to
extend the drop period to five, six or eight
weeks and to make it 12 weeks again," he
"It really doesn't matter what a Gallup
poll of the campus says the decision
should' be based on what's right
educationally," Boren says.
The committee plans to submit its report
to the Faculty Council at the council's Oct.
Saturday til 5:00
Closed Sun. & Mon.
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condition. Call 942-2376 evenings, ask for?
WANTED TO BUY: Good back pack and frame.
Also Dodge or Plymouth with slant six motor.
Prefer 72 model or older. Phone 929-3286.
AT LEAST 10 LBb. 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
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