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Public atrvlea tnnounctmanti mult bt turnad
Union by 1:00 p.m. It thty in to run th ntt
Maj. Gen. George Keegan. USAF (Ret.), will
give t public lecture entitled Tht Soviet Throat at
t p.m. in the faculty lounge of the Morehead
Planetarium. The speech will be sponsored by the
Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense.
A Colloquium sponsored by Operations
Research and Systems Analysis will be held at 4
p.m. in 324 Phillips Hall. The topic will be "The
Structure and Solution Techniques of the Project
Independence Evaluation System."
A Young Socialist Forum on the topic of
"Racism and Education" will be held at 7:30 p.m.
in Room 217 Carolina Union. Representatives of
the Black Student Movement and the Young
Socialist Alliance will speak on racism at UNC
and the implications of the Bakke decision on
minorities and women.
Learn how to hustle at the Omtga Dab Huttlt
Clinic at 6:30 p.m. in the Kinton James
Recreation Room. A 23 cent donation would be
An important meeting of the Extcutlvt Board
of tht Qraduatt and Profttalonal Studtnt
Ptdaratlon will be held at 6:30 p.m. In the Frank
Porter Graham Room of the Carolina Union.
The South Campus CommlttM of the
Carolina Union will meet at 7:30 p.m. in Room
215 Carolina Union. All interested persons are
urged to attend.
The Steering Committee of the newly formed
Undwgraduata Butlntii Association will
meet at 3:30 p.m. in the third-floor faculty lounge
of Old Carroll Hall. U niversity recognition, status
of committees and temporary goals will be
' A gay rap group will meet at 8 p.m. in Raleigh,
The group, sponsored by 8t. John's MCC, is of a
nonreligious nature and is an opportunity for gay
women and then to share their wisdom, their
problems or just to talk, For more information
call 929-8843 or 832-1582.
The UNC Jugglers Association will meet at 4
p.m. by the Old Well. Beginners are welcome.
The Christian Scltnct Organisation at UNC
will hold its weekly meeting at 6 p.m. in the
Carolina Union. All are welcome.
The Carolina Audlophlls Club's
organizational meeting will be held at 8 p.m. in
Room 213 Carolina Union. Anyone interested in
audio, stereo or being nice to one's ears is
welcome. If interested but can't make the meeting
A potluck dinner and a meeting of the
Sociology Inttrttt Group will be held at 6 p.m.
in Room 213 Carolina Union. All interested are
heartily invited to attend.
IDs for students
expected this week
Freshmen and transfer students should
receive their permanent IDs today or Friday.
Esta Albert, clerk at the Photo Lab in
Swain Hall, said the permanent IDs are
mailed directly from Phoenix, Ariz., to the
students. She said the Phoenix firm called
Tuesday and said the IDs were mailed
If the students have not received their
permanent IDs by Friday, they should get
their temporary IDs updated in Room 05-A
in the basement of Swain Hall, particularly if
they plan to attend the football game
Pryor show ending
NEW YORK (UPI)-The Richard Pryor
television show will end with the Oct. 18
broadcast, NBC confirmed Wednesday, but
the network denied reports the comedian
was quitting because of censorship hassles.
Pryor and NBC have been at odds about
the comedian's use of possibly offensive
material in the show's family-viewing time
NBC confirmed that the show would go
off the air, but a spokesperson for the
network said there were never plans for more
than five weekly Pryor shows.
"That's all he wanted to do," the
spokesperson said. "We had hoped he would
change his mind and do more, but he
Knievel plea postponed
LOS ANGELES (UPl) - Daredevil Evel
Knievel Wednesday was granted a
postponement until Oct. 12 for entering a
plea to charges that he beat up a TV
executive with a baseball bat.
Knievel, 38, wearing a white leisure suit
emblazoned with three American eagles,
appeared before Municipal Court Judge
Frances E. Rothschild along with his
attorney, Paul Caruso.
Caruso told the judge that he was not
prepared to proceed at this time. Rothschild
permitted Knievel to remain free on $1,000
The Gitane costs less than the Fuji ($135 vs $139)
The Gitane has a 5-pin alloy crank, but the Fuji has only a 3-pin
steel crank. That means the Gitane crank is lighter and stronger.
The Gitane guarantees its parts for 2 years while the Fuji parts
guarantee is only 1 year. (And they're the same parts).
Look, we'll sell you a Fuji if you want one. We carry them too, and
they're great bikes. We just think that the Gitane is a better buy for the
money. So forget the Fuji and. . .
Oil A GHTAHE
110WT Main St. Carrboro 967-5104
In to tht bo outtlda tht DTH ofllctt In tht
day Each lt.m will run it lt.it twice.
A meeting to form coalition against nucltar
power will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Durham
Friends Meeting House. 404 Alexander Ave. in
Durham. Call 967-7244 or 929-9962 for
information about rides.
A Psp Rally will be held at 8 p.m. at Boshamer
Stadium. Also a banner contest will be held at the
game on Saturday. Oct. I . The winners will receive
a free keg.
Growing In Gracs, sponsored by Campus
Crusade for Christ, will meet from 7 to 9 p. m in the
fourth-floor faculty lounge of Dey Hall, Eveyone
it invited to attend.
Tht Dl-Phl Societies will meet for readings
and business at 8 p.m. in 300 New West Hall. All
members are urged to be present. As always,
visitors are welcome and may participate in the
A meeting for all those who wish to continue
rowing with th Crsw Club, all members and
others interested in joining will be held at 7 p.m. in
Room 202 Carolina U nion. Bring S 1 0.00 for dues.
Sweatshirts will be available.
Tht Carolina Rtadtrs will hold a meeting at 8
p.m. in 103 Bingham Hall. This meeting is open to
everyone interested in literature and performing.
Tht Alchtmlst, UNC's interdisciplinary
science magazine, will have a meeting at 8 p.m. in
Room 205 Carolina Union. All interested persons
are welcome to attend. Staff positions are still
Sigma Chi once again presents Dtrby Day
with a parade which will leave Carmichael
Auditorium at 2 p.m. Friday. Sept. 30. The
sorority games will begin upon arrival at
Vottr registration will be held from noon to 8
p.m at the Chapel Hill Municipal Building and
from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Carrboro Town
Hall. The deadline is Oct. 10.
Janlcs (formerly the Reggie Sadler Review)
will play at the Dtrby Day Dsnct at 9 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 30, in Woollen Gym. Tickets are
now available at the Carolina Union Desk for $2.
The BSM (Black Studtnt Movtmtnt)
Gospel Choir will present its Fall Concert at 7:30
p.m. Friday, Sept. 30, in the Great Hall of the
A YM-YWCA Dlnntr Discussion in German
will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30, at the home
of Herr Hall. He will be showing films and talking
about his recent trip to Germany. If you speak
German you are more than welcome to come.
Come by Room 102 Y-Building for details.
A Irtt Brazilian Movlt entitled Rio, Carnival
and Samba will be shown at 5:30 p.m. Thursday,
from University Lake
Level of University Lake
Total consumption, Sept. 27, 1976
Level of University Lake, Sept. 27, 1976
University alumni contribute
over $400,000 in fund drive
The University Alumni Annual Giving
(AAG) program for institutional
advancement marked its 25th anniversary
with a bang this year: Alumni contributions
totaled more than $400,000 for the first time.
Citing the involvement of more volunteer
workers as the reason for the increase, AAG
Council Chairperson Harry W. Cherry of
Wilmington said 11.010 alumni made
contributions of $471,211, surpassing last
year's total by more than $ 1 1 5,000. Since its
beginning, AAG has raised $4.7 million.
AAG Director Tom Bost Jr. reported a 33
per cent gain in contributions over previous
donations. The average individual gift was
$43, up $8 from last year.
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Louisiana is presently involved in
litigation with HEW over its desegregation
Or, HEW may decide to take
administrative action hearings in which
both parties present their case before a
hearings officer, probably an HEW official.
The case would then go to a review board
and HEW Secretary Joseph Califano for a
Sanders said the administration's lawyers
understood the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to
mean that funds would be cut off from
individual departments found violating the
Civil Rights Act.
For example, if a department in the UNC
College of Arts and Sciences was found to be
in violation, that would in no way affect
another department's status nor would it
affect any other department on any other of
the 15 campuses affected by the plan.
But Sanders said that if HEW rejects the
desegregation plan, it will try to exert a
maximum amount of pressure on the UNC
system to comply.
Sept. 29. and at 4 p.m. Friday. Sent. 30. in 303 Dey
Tht UNC Spttch Ttam will sponsor a
workshop in oral interpretation from 2 to 5 p.m.
Friday. Sept. 30. in 215 Bingham. Everyone is
invited to attend.
The YMCA will sponsor Banat Bahary, An
Evening of Belly Dancing from 8 to 10 p.m.
Saturday. Oct. I. in Presbyterian Fellowship Hall
on Henderson Street. Admission to the concert is
Auditions for the New Perlormlng Dance
Company will be held at lOa.m.Saturday.Oct. I.
at their studio at Five Points in downtwon
Durham. The New Performing Dance Company
is a volunteer company which is a part of the
Durham Arts Council. For additional
information, call 688-1 138.
Tht Pine-Knolls Community Organization
will sponsor a Block Party from noon to 8 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. I. on Cole Street. Activities will
include a bake sale, a yard sale, volleyball,
dancing, food and music. For more information
all Marilyn Christopher at 929-5825 or Carolean
Craig at 929-3421 after 5 p.m.
Beethoven chamber music will be performed
at 8:15 p.m. Saturday. Oct. I. at the North
Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem.
Triangle Area Lesbian Feminists will hold
their monthly potluck dinner and meeting at 7
p.m. Saturday. Oct. I. For location and rides call
Members of Toronto Exchange are asked to
meet Saturday. Oct. I, in front of the cube for
distribution of fever flags. The shipment is
expected to arrive on Friday afternoon. Contact
Ty Braswell for details at 933-5050 or 967-1525.
Albert Long's Happening with Donna
Stephenson from the Metropolitan Opera and
Randy Atcheson. a J ulliard keyboard student, will
be held at 7:30 p.m. beginning Sunday, Oct. 2, at
the Grey Stone Baptist Church in Durham.
Transportation will be provided. Vans will depart
from the front circle of the Carolina Union at 6:45
All married law students and their families are
invited to a potluck dinner sponsored by the Law
Guild at 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2. at Odum Village
Community Service Building. A volleyball game
will be held at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6. Everyone is
asked to bring a covered dish.
Tht Carolina Gay Association is sponsoring
a Speaker's Training Forum for the Outreach
program Sunday. Oct? 2. in Rooms 213 and 215
Carolina Union. For more information call
Charlie at 967-5362.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
It's not too late for students to join the UNC
Advertising Club. Interested students should see
Dr. Bowers in 205 Howell Hall before Friday.
Any member of the North Carolina Student
Legislature who is interested in working to plan
the October Interim Council should call Chuck
Morgan at 933-6348 before Fnday, Sept. 30.
5.093 million gallons
2.253 million gallons
2.840 million gallons
58.5 inches below capacity
3.690 million gallons
61.5 inches below capacity
AAG has received more gifts in the last
seven years than in the first 18 years of its
The alumni gifts will be distributed among
14 programs at the University. The largest
share, $126,000, was allocated for faculty
activities, such as faculty travel to
professional meetings, faculty research and
recruitment and alumni distinguished
Student programs received $102,000 for
undergraduate and graduate scholarships
and special activities such as the Carolina
Choir and Glee Club, debate team and Fine
The AAG Council also allocated money
for the University's endowment, the UNC
Press, library acquisitions, the Chancellor's
Discretionary Fund and production of the
weekly public service radio program, "Tar
Heel Voices," carried by 50 North Carolina
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Milton's is a member of the country's most powerful
buying co-op. Wef pay less for our fine merchandise
and pass the savings on to you!
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Caught in the act
Is this the world's youngest bank robber? We
hope not. He's much too cute to throw in jail for 10
to 20 years. Actually he's just playing on the door
to the vault at Central Carolina Bank and got
scared when we caught him in the act. Staff photo
by Allen Jernigan.
Centering- Venturing helps career planning
By TENLEY AYERS
So it's your senior year, and you still aren't
sure what kind of job you want. Or are you a
freshman who can't decide what field to
major in? The Career Planning and
Placement office may be able to help.
Centuring-Venturing (CV, a planning
process for creatively muddling through life
and work, is a new program designed for the
student who is searching for possible career
Jane Kendall, assistant director of the
Career Planning and Placement office and
the organizer for the program, says CV is for
anyone who wants to learn how to plan a
career. The process is not just a "senior year"
"We are trying to raise a person's
awareness of his own life issues," Kendall
explains. The purpose of CV is to help him
learn how to organize it.
The program is designed for all classes
freshmen through graduate students.
Kendall describes the process as "an ageless
process; what people are doing throughout
The groups are arranged according to the
special needs of the students. The specific
needs of each person in the group are
considered, and possibilities for careers are
suggested by the participants.
"In Centurying-Venturing, most of the
people want a career-oriented group,"
Kendall says. "We are dividing the groups up
according to what planning stages a person is
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-Sat 10-6 30. Sun 1-6 968-4408
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Part of the program is designed to help the
student identify his lifestyle, his career
motivations and the type of job that will
fulfill his needs.
One CV group, for example, is for women.
Kendall says she would like to organize two
IT'S COMING! Your chance to rock the Rockies,
slap the Appys and grapple the Greens!
AUDIOPH1LES, Stereophiles Unite.
Organizational meeting of the Carolina
Audiophile Club. See Campus Calendar for more
FOR SALE: Two Texas Tech football tickets,
Section 23, Row CC. Call 967-2062.
PARTY HOUSE FOR RENT. Spacious party
house overlooking small lake. Barbeque facilities
also. For more information call Joe 942-5518.
1974 KAWASAKI 900 (Z-l), Koni shocks, dual
disc brakes, luggage rack, lots of chrome, adult
owned, 3,700 miles. Showroom condition. $1595
or offer. Call Dave 542-4406.
FUJ1CA ST-801 35mm SLR, mint. One year old
with leather case. Call John after 4:30 p.m. 942
3985. Will trade for Nikon equipment.
ALCORT SALFISH, 13'8" long, fiberglass, blue
and white. Good condition. $375.00
SURFBOARD, fiberglass, 9' 10" long. Needs
minor repair. $35.00. Call 933-9657 after 5:30 p.m.
AFTERNOON BABYSITTER IMMEDIATELY.
Monday through Friday 3:15-5:15 p.m. Home
located near Ranch House on Airport Road.
Please call Carolyn Strange at 9664091 or 942
1312. 2 .STUDENTS to paint exterior of 3 houses.
Flexible hrs. Some exp. necessary. $2.25hr. 967
THE UPWARD BOUND PROGRAM is
-recniiting UNC students to tutor 10th, 11th and
12th grade high school students now. You can
help if you can give a minimum of 4 hrs. or a
maximum of 8 hrs. per month. Be an advocate of
learning by assisting underachievers to be
achievers. If interested, call Elroy Lewis at 933
1281 or 1282 or come by 201 Vance Hall.
SUDIS RESTAURANT: Opening October 3 a
new restaurant and tavern. Now hiring
experienced food and wait people. Apply in
person. Ill W. Main Street, Durham, N.C.
Lost & Found
LOST TUESDAY: Blue suede wallet between
Fowler's and Belk's on Franklin Street. ID's very
important! Call Margaret 929-9829 after 5 p.m.
LOST: 11 INCH GOLD ankle bracelet, on
campus Thursday. Please call 967 1314.
FOUND near Undergrad Library: Lady's wrist
watch. Call and describe. Susan 933 2703.
LOST: Gruen watch. Smooth gold band & brown
face. Call 933-3375.
FOUND: A checkbook belonging to John D.
Fisher. Come by 218 Avery.
DONT MISS IT! A happening. Amazing Sail's
first 'High-Quality Bargain & Gift Exchange! Lots
of useful & unusual items. People's Prices.
Purpose: Redistribution of 'stuff." Good deals &
good times for all. Sat. 1st 9 a.m. on 129 So.
Graham St. (Rainday Sunday) Bring your
more different groups by October.
"Usually we'll be meeting three nights a
week for a total of nine hours," Kendall says.
Students interested in signing up for a
group should call Jane Kendall at 933-6507,
or stop by 21 1 Hanes Hall and sign up.
CONDOM SAMPLERS. Learn the difference
between condoms with one of our famous sample
packs. Preshaped, textured, colored, lubricated
skins, stubs. Designed to increase sexual satisfac
tion. Adam & Eve, Franklin & Columbia (over the
RENT FREE SPACIOUS fully furnished one
bedroom guest cottage on bus line. Available
in exchange for after school child
carehousekeeping. 2:30 - 5:30 Monday thru
Friday. 929-8542 after 3 p.m.
Thousands on file.
, All academic subjects. Send
$1.00 for mail order catalog. Box 25918-Z, Los
Angeles, Calif. 90025. (213) 477-8474.
FOREIGN MALE STUDENT desperately needs
a room or an apartment for one month (now - Oct.
31st). Will share costs. Call: 933-3287 or 933-8960.
SHRIMP, SCALLOPS AND FISH, all fresh from
the Carolina Coast, on sale each Friday from 9
a.m. next to Perseverance Produce, 300 W.
Rosemary St. Special discounts on large orders.
Also ixozen lobster tails from the Bahamas by
special order, ten pound minimum. Call 929-5450
by noon Wed. to place special orders.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY MIMI NANNER. I love you
more today than yesterday. Corny but true.
Always, your poops with the doo-wacky hair.
POOPS Thanks for being the one I'm sharing
my birthday with. 1 love you. Peeps
BROWN HAIRED LADY in Geology II who wore
backless, checked dress on Tuesday. Your eyes
have captured me. What do I do? Send me a
message. Signed very shy admirer in class.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: ENCYCLOPEDIA
BRITTANICA, less than ten years old, good
condition. Call 942-2376 evenings, ask for
Tht Dally T.r HmI Ii published by th. Dally Tar Hm
Board ol Dlrtctora ot tht Univtrtlty of North Carolina
dally Monday through Friday during tht regular
acadtmlc ytar axctpt during tam parted, vacation,
and aummtr taaalon.. Tht following data, art to bt only
Saturday luut.: Stpt. 17, Oct. 1, 1, 22, Nov. 5. Tht
Summtr Tar Httl It publlthtd wttkly on Thurtday. dur
ing tummtr nation..
Otfte art at tht Frank Porttr Graham Studtnt Union
Building, Univtrtlty ot North Carolina, Chaptf Hill, N.C. ,
27514. Ttltphont numbtra: Ntwa, Sport. - 933-0245, '
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ttrntattr, (5.00 aummtr only, $30.00 par yttr; by 1.1
clan mall, $30.00 par atmttttr, $5.00 aummtr only,
$65.00 ptr ytar.
Tht Campua Gowning Council thai) havt powtra to
dattrmlnt tht Studtnt ActWItlt. Faa and to appropriate
aN rtvtnut dtrlvtd from tna Studtnt Activltlta Fat
(1 .1 .14 of tht Studtnt Constitution). Tht Dally Tar Hat)
la dudant organization.
Tht Dally Tar Httl rttarvt. tht right to rtgulatt tht
typographical font of all advtrtlaamtnta and to ravtM or
turn away copy H conaldtr. obtactlonablt.
Tha Dally Tar HmI will not conaldtr adjuttmtnta or pay
mtnt lor any typographical arrora or arronaoua Inatrtlon
unttu aotlct It glvtn to th. Bualnaw Manager within (1 )
ona day atltr tht advartlMmtnt appaar., within (1) on.
day of ractivlng tha taar thatt. or tubacrlptlon of tht
paptr. Tha Dally Tar Hatl win not bt rtaponalbta for
mora than ona Incorract Inatrtlon ot an advtrtlaamtnt
Khtdulad to run atvtral llmta. Nolle, for auch correc
tion mull bt glvtn btfort tht ntit Inatrtlon.
Varna Taylor, Bualntu Managtr
Dan Collin., Salt. Mantgtr
Blair Kltlttch, Admitting Managtr