2 TH Dally Tr HmI Monday, Octobtr 3, 1977
Compiled by Jodl Bishop
Public Mfvle announeamant muit b turned In to th box outildt th OTH officn In tht
Union by 1:00 p. m It tnty trt to run th nxt diy. Eich IMm will run it laaat twlc.
Dunota MacRaa, Kintn Proftuor of Political Scicnot tnd
Sadoky, will ravtew paprt prtitnttd it conference of the
PoRoy Anaryatt Oroop on "Socloloictl Economic!'' tt noon In
7 Himihon HtU.
A UNCCC Short Count tntliltd Introduction to TIO will be
hild tl J .m. In 221 Phill.pi Hill.
A CMf Proo Workahop entitled "Whit Do I Went to
Dor will be held tt J p.m. In 101 Him Hill.
ProfiMor N. R. Draper from the Univtnity of Wiiconiin t
Medlton will ipetk on Totting tor Two or On Outllen In Two
Way Ttbtot u t Sutbtla Colloquium tt 4 p.m. in 324 Phillip)
A Donld Bataaroh laminar entitled "The Phi Body: A Newly
Elucidated Ctllultr Orttnelle tnd lu Siniflctnot in Acutt Non
lymphttic Leukemiti will be held it 4 p.m. in Lecture Hill 04,
Ann Miner Dmiel will lecture on Fcderil period mtiquei it the
Deoorettve Art ot Amorioi Sartea it I p.m. in the Ackltnd Art
Center. The eewt la Si.
A Pino Arte Faathral meetini will be held it 6 p m. in I A Swim
Hill. AD repratentitivet or tlternitei muit attend. Volunteer! in
The Caroline prMgo Ckib will hold i duplicate bridge
tournament it 7:30 p.m. In Room 207, Cirolim Union, All bridge
playen ire invited to participate. If you need a partner call Nancy
lotah n theCtroUni Union office. The coit for Carolina itudenti
fifty cenu; for all othen h'l eeventy-five otnti.
An AWI Woman 't "eettvil Committee meetini will be held it
I p.m. In the AWS offloe. Everyone imireited In committM work li
urfjed to attend.
AudUionj for No llmont The Oood Doctor" will be held
from 4 to t p.m. tnd I to 10 p.m. In Room 203 of the Ctrolini
Union. The ihow will be oo-epoiuored by the Cerolina Union and
the UNC drama department. See "Upcoming Evenu" for more
Aatert Lonf'l Happening with Donni Stephenion from the
Metropolitan Opera tnd Rmdy Atcheion, jullitrd keyboard
Hudent, contnuu today through Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the Grey
Stone Bipliit Church In Durham. Traniportation will be provided.
Vim will depart from the front circle of the Carolini Union it 6:43
Tht Undergraduate Hie lory Ataoclatlon will meet it 7 p.m. In
423 Hamilton Hall.
The Conor ProooM Wortiehop entitled "What do I Went to
Dor will continue it 3 p.m. Tuciday, Oct. 4, in 108 Hanei Hill.
A woman' wjlkybell mttsfl between UNC-CH tnd High
Point will be held el 7 p.m. Tueiday, Oct. 4 in Carmichael
An IMS Short Court entitled "Manova" will be held at 7:30
p.m. Tueiday, Oct. 4, In 307 Manning Hall.
The Philological Club will proem a diicuiiion of "The
Oermtnic rood of Religioniwiuefuchaft" at I p m. Tueiday. Oct.
4, in tht Toy Faculty Lounge of Day Hall. Charlei Long from the
religion department will ipeak.
Marajean Marvin, loprino, and Michael Zenge, pianiit, will
perform at the Tueaday Inning 8rtee at I p.m. Tueiday, Oct. 4,
la the Hill Hall Auditorium.
Audition! for Metl Simon't Th Oood Doctor" will be held
from 4 to and from I to 10 p m. Tueiday, Oct. 4, in Room 203,
Carolini Union. Interview! for production crew will be held from 7
to 10 p.m. Wcdneeday, Oct. 3, in Room 203, Carolint Union.
Deeignen are requeued to bring portfolio. Technical pe runnel
ihould bring returnee.
The Outing Club will meet at 6:43 p.m. Tueiday, Oct. 4, In
Room 213, Carolina Union. Upcoming Iripi will be ditcuued.
Tin premed-prtdental lociety, Alpha Epellon Dtltt, will hive
lu lecond ruih meeting it 7 p.m. Tueidiy, Oct. 4, in 103 Berryhill
Hall. The topic It "Getting into Medical or Dental School."
Director! of edmiiiloia from four North Carolina medical tchooli
and the UNC School of Dentiitry will be prticni.
pfPhlVill holcTi Star Wan theme mixer at 9 p.m. Tueiday,
Oct. 4, at the new Spi-Phi annex in Cirthave. Come dmied u your
favorite Wookil, Jawi, Robot or Sandpenon. All Greek! and
other intereeted penom art welcome.
The UNC Ski Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuciday, Oct. 4. in Room
219, Carolina Union. All penom intereeted in joining an welcome.
Refreehmcnu will be lerved.
Thcdapartmantiol computer Kkne of UNC-CH ind Dukt
will preeent t colloquium entitled "The UNIX Programming
Environment" it 4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, in 324 Phillipi Hall. Brian
W. Kernigan from Bell Laboratories New Jeney, will ipeak.
The fint Open Stage Night will be held tt 8 30 p.m. Tueiday,
Oct. 4, In Deep Jonah. If you want to lee lome of UNC'i flneit
amateur performer! or If you jutt want to meet other muiiciam and
performer!, you are urged to attend.
A general itaff meeting for til penom working or wuhing to
work with Slack Ink will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tueiday, Oct. 4, In
the South Gallery meeting room of Carolint Union. All intcreited
penoni an aiked to be preienl.
The Contraotpthrt Hearth Education Clinic (CHEC) will
meet it 7 p.m. Tueidiy, Oct. 4, in 231 School of Public Health. To
aunt in informed decliion making: complete up-to-date
information on breail and pelvic eximi, tcxually tranimitted
dveaiea and all contraceptive method! ii provided. Men and
women an welcome.
The UNC Burling Club will meet it 7 p.m. Tueidiy, Oct. 4, in
Room 206. Carolina Union. Anyone who ii intcreited in turfing or
ikateboarding and who would like to Join the club ihould attend.
The Campui Conoernt CommittM will be hiving a meeting it
I p.m. Tueiday, Oct. 4, In Room 206, Ctrolini Union. Bill Moil,
itudent body preiidcnt, will ipeak on human nlationi and t fee
Beth Cameron, assistant residence
director of Ehringhaus, told University
Police she was assaulted by an automobile at
10:30 a.m. Saturday.
' Cameron said she was monitoring the
Ehringhaus parking lot when an Ehringhaus
resident requested entrance to the lot. Upon
being told that the lot was full, the resident
proceeded to drive through the rope
barricade, striking Cameron in the leg with
the front of his car.
University Police also reported that
Ashley Brown of Mclver Dorm said there
was a nude man standing outside of her
window at 12:51 a.m. Sunday.
Brown said the man had a towel around
his head and was making Mewd gestures
toward her room.
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The oeto Thettef will preient Rebecca K.nion'i "If You
Dont Like My Ocean, Don't Fith In My Sea" tt 1:30 p.m.
Wedneiday, Thunday, tnd Friday, Oct. 3, 6 and 7. Ticketi arc on
alt it tht Old World Oift Shop tnd the Rtnch Houk. Call 942
3 1 33 for retervatloni.
MlehMl Chlng, the recipient of i Mary Duke Biddle
Scholarihip In eompoiition and a itudent of Lome Withen and
lain Hamilton, will preeent t piano concert including workt by
Beethoven, Brahmi and Scriabin at S: 13 p.m. Wedneiday, Oct. 3,
In the Eait Duke Muiic Room. The concert ii open to the public
A joint UNC-Duke) Colloquium on "The Abiorption Edge
Spectra of Pure tnd Mixed Alkali Halidei. Below and Above the
Melting Point" will be held at 3:30 p.m. Wedneiday, Oct. 3, in 265
Phillipi Hill. Dr. Colin D. Clark from the Univernty of Reading,
England, will ipeak.
A meeting of the Senate of the Graduate and Profeiiional
Student Federation wifbe nek) at 6 p.m. Wedneiday. Oct. J, in
Room 213, Ctrolini Union.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Plne-Knolle Community Orginlittlon ol Chapel Hill ii
making plani for a fall tutorial program. The program will run five
dayi a week from 3 to 3 p.m. and will include math, language am,
and reading. Participant! will be from the elementary through high
ichool grade leveb. Volunteers are needed to donate their time,
money or material! for thii worthy catue. The program will itart
Oct. I. For information pleaie contact MaeMcLendon at 942-657 1
(after 6 p.m.) or Jackie Parriih it 942-7701 (after 2 p.m.).
Pick up a description and regiitration form for the Carolina
Union Special Interest Ctaaaee at the Carolina Union
Information Desk. A wide variety of classes will be offered.
Registration begins Monday. Oct. 3, and runs through Friday, Oct.
One of the world's greateit actors, Sir MlehMl Redgrave, acts
in t variety of Shakeipearean roles in the fint production of the
1977-7S Stewart Theatre Series on Tuesday and Wednesday
Oct. II and 12. "Shakeipeare's People" ii performed byacompany
of five actor-musicians headed by Sir Michael. Individual ticketi
will be on talc at the door in North Carolini State University's
Student Center in Raleigh. For more information call 737-3105.
Agora, the magazine of international ideas, is now accepting
contributions about international relation! or the politics, arts,
literature, geography or language of ipecific countries. Anyone
interested ihould leave t copy of their manuscript in Room 105
International Center in Bynum HallorcallthcCenterat933-566l.
Boulton announces candidacy
By LOU HARNED
Marilyn M. Boulton, a six-year resident
and a political newcomer, announced her
candidacy for the Chapel Hill Board of
Stressing her community services and her
awareness of the needs and complexities of
town government, Boulton said she was
ready to commit her time to the tasks of
water, community planning and
"Clearly, the water situation in Chapel
Hill needs immediate action," Boulton said.
She said she supports completion of the
Jordan Dam project for flood control,
irrigation and recreation.
"I also feel the best source of quality water
for Chapel Hill citizens is with the Cane
Creek Reservoir," Boulton said.
Boulton, 43, said planning is a challenge
for any community, "We, therefore, need to
be prepared to regulate it's location and
timing," she said.
She said the Planning Board is developing
a comprehensive plan to insure availability
of services to all parts of the community.
Transportation services also concern
Boulton. "I believe a public transit system
serves not only some of the immediate needs
but also is a necessity for the future."
Boulton said she favors park-and-ride lots
for controlling traffic and for alleviating
parking problems downtown.
Since about 40 percent of the county
property taxes comes from Chapel Hill
citizens, Boulton said she would work to
" insure that they get a fair share of county
resources and services.
Born in Schenectady, N.Y., Boulton
received her undergraduate degree in history
and political science from Pennsylvania
She is the wife of Donald Boulton, UNC
vice chancellor for student affairs.
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Sorority derby efforts
boost N.C. Burn Center
Ten UNC sororities raised more than
$5,000 for the North Carolina Jaycee Burn
Center at N.C. Memorial Hospital during
SigmaChi Derby Week which ended Friday.
Derby Day Daddy Will Bernard said
approximately $4,000 of the $5,545.36
collected by the sororities would go to the
The exact amount will be determined after
Sigma Chi covers its expenses, such as
The sororities will receive 15 per cent of
what they earned, Bernard said. That money
a 1otal of $832.77 will go to the
sororities' national philanthropies.
To earn money, participating sororities
held bake sales, sold raffle tickets, collected
"ransom" money for"kidnapped" professors
and students and numerous other activities.
Delta Delta Delta sorority earned the
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distinction of collecting the most money for
the center $1,423.15. Phi M,u sorority was
second with $1,407.
Phi Mu sorority won the overall first
place award, which is based on both fund
raising and the Derby Day competition.
The "legs booth," set up outside the
Carolina Union for four days eanred a total
of $ 11 5. Chi Omega sorority won the contest
with contributions of $31.
Cindy Cox of Kappa Delta sorority was
selected by the Sigma Chi brothers as Derby
"To be honest, I was going to be happy if
we could send $2,000 to $2,500 to the Burn
Center," Bernard said. "Everybody did just a
tremendous job. The sororities did all the
work. They did all the fund-raising."
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IT'S COMING! Tuesday, Oct. 4, 7:00 p.m., Room
217 in the Carolina Union, the UNC SKI CLUB
771 If you've never skied before, if you've hardly
seen snow before, come and see what we're
about! Well have movies.
. For Sale
1968 VW. Good conditbn engine. 18 months.
$400 or best offer. Call Raleigh 362-5317 or
FOR SALE: 1976 fuel-injected special edition
1976 HONDA XL 350. Recently tuned and
inspected. Good for on or off road riding. Call
after 8:30 p.m. Monday Friday. 732-7691.
1974 KAWASAKI 900 (Z-lTKonfshorlksrdual.
disc brakes, luggage rack, lots of chrome, adult
owned, 3,700 miles. Showroom condition. $1595
or offer. Call Dave 542-4406.
FOR SALE: 1976V. fuel-injected special edition
Volkswagen Scirocco. Excellent. $4500. 967-9672
ALCORT SALF1SH, 13'8 long, fiberglass, blue
and white. Good condition. $375.00
SURFBOARD, fiberglass, 9'10" long. Needs
minor repair. $35.00. Call933-9657 after 5:30 p'.m.
LOST: 11 INCH GOLD ankle bracelet, on
campus Thursday. Please call 967-1314.
FOUND LADIES watch on North campus. To
claim, call 929-7021.
LOST: Gruen watch. Smooth gold band&brbwn
face. Call 933-3375.
WE NEED TO BUY, beg, borrow" or steal two
tricycles. If you can help us, call Tom, 933-7854, or
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TO THE BLOND HUSSY majoring in
Geography: stay away from my husband! I can get
a tot more public than this.
FREE CATS! Males and females. Call Brenda966
3381 during the day, at night 732-2718.
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THE UPWARD BOUND PROGRAM is
recruiting 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.
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 966-4091 or 942.
SUDI5 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.
MEN! - WOMEN! JOBS ON SHIPS! American.
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MISSING: GREEN Northface backpack with
wallet, keys, shirt, sketchbook. Please return to
.Student Stores cubbyhole or Lochrane 929-3509.
TAN LEATHER fingernail kit containing wedding
and engagement ring. Handsome reward. Call
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