2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, October
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union bytWpm if they are to run thenext day Each Item will run at least twice
The Chapel Hill Public Library will present
Desert Fox, a film by Henry Hathaway, at 7 p.m.
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 Street. Admission is free, The show
will run again at the same time Wednesday, Oct. 5.
The National Parachute Champion of 1977
78, Jim Reilly, will be speaking at 8 p.m. in
Connor Lounge. A film and slides will be shown..'
All are invited.
A career process workshop entitled What Do I
Want To Do? will be held at 3 p.m. in I08 Hanes
A women's volleyball match between UNC
CH and High Point will be held at 7 p.m. in
An IRSS Short Course entitled "Manova"
(session I) will be held at 7:30 p.m. in 307 Manning
The Philological Club will sponsor a lecture
on "The Germanic Roots of
Religionwissenschaft" at 8 p.m. in Toy Faculty
Lounge, Dey Hall. Charles Long, from the
Department of Religion will speak.
The Tuesday Evening Series will feature
Marajean Marvin, soprano and Michael Zenge,
pianist, at 8 p.m. in Hill Hall Auditorium.
Albert Long's Happening will continue
through Oct. 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the Grey Stone
Baptist Church in Durham. Donna Stephenson
from the Metropolitan Opera and Randy
Atchcson, a Julliard keyboard student, will be
featured. Transportation is provided by vans
which will leave at 6:45 p.m. from the front circle
of the Carolina Union.
The first Open-Stage Night will be held at 8:30
p.m. in Deep Jonah, Carolina Union basement.
Entertainment will include some of UNC's finest
Spi-Phl will hold a Star Wars mixer at 9 p.m. in
the new Spi-Phi Annex in Carthave. Costumes are
required. All Greeks and other interested persons
The Departments ol Computer Science
from UNC and Duke University will sponsor a
colloquium entitled "The UNIX Programming
Environment" at 4 p.m. in 324 Phillips Hall. Brian
W. Kernigham from Bell Laboratories, New
Jersey, will speak.
The Contraceptive Health Education Clinic
(CHEC) will meet, at 7 p.m. in 231 School of
Public Health. To assist in informed decision
making, complete up-to-date information on
breast and pelvic exams, sexually transmitted
diseases and all contraceptive methods is
provided. Men and women are welcome.
A general staff meeting for all persons working
or wishing to work with Black Ink will be held at
6:30 p.m. in the South Gallery Meeting Room,
Carolina Union. All interested persons arc
The premed-predcntal society, Alpha Epsllon
Delta, will have its second rush meeting at 7 p.m.
in 103 Berryhill Hall. The topic is "Getting Into
Medical or Dental School." Directors of
admission from four N.C. medical schools and the
UNC School of Dentistry will be present.
The Carolina Union Performing Arts
Committee will meet at 7 p.m. in the Frank
Porter Graham Room, Carolina Union. All
members and interested students are encouraged
to attend. '
The Campus Concerns Committee will meet
at 8 p.m. in Room 206, Carolina Union. Bill Moss,
student body president, will speak on human
University Day on Oct 12
to honor distinguished alumni
University Day, Oct. 1 2, will be celebrated
with an 1 1 a.m. convocation in Memorial
Hall with Chancellor N. Ferebee Taylor
Classes will be suspended from 10 a..m to
1 p.m. Faculty members will assemble at the
Old Well at 10:30 a.m. for an academic
procession to Memorial Hall. During the
convocation, five University alumni will
receive Distinguished Alumnus Awards.
Alumni being honored are Nathaniel
Perkinson Hayes, chairperson of the board,
Carolina Steel Corp., Greensboro; Phillip
Hettleman, a New York City investment
banker; Susie Marshall Sharp, chief justice
of the N.C. Supreme Court; William Davis
128 E. Franklin Street
Next to Yogurt Barn Downtown
Bar Phone: 929-8276 Dell Phone: 929 -
Try the Mad Hatter deli
Deli Open 11 a.m. until midnight
Monday thru Saturday
This Sunday we'll be open
at 11.00 a.m. for Apple Chill-
relations and the lee increase at UNC. Bain Jones,
RHA president, will also attend. Everyone is
A Carolina Union Gallery Committee
meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the South
Gallery Meeting Room, Carolina Union. All
members are urged to attend.
Voter registration will be held from 8:30 a.m.
to 8:30 p.m. at the Carrboro Town Hall and from
noon to 8 p.m. at the Chapel Hill Municipal
Building. The deadline for registration is Oct. 10.
The Apple Chill doggers will teach clogging
at 7:30 p.m. in Great Hall, Carolina Union. No
experience is necessary.
The Italian Table will meet at 6 p.m. at the
Auditions for Neil Simon's The Good Doctor
will be held at 4 and 8 p.m. in Room 205, Carolina
Union. Interviews for the production crew will be
held at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Oct. 5. Designers are
requested to bring portfolios. Technical personnel
should bring resumes. The show is cosponsoted by
the Carolina Union and the UNC Drama
The Outing Club will meet at 6:45 p.m. in
Room 213, Carolina Union. Upcoming trips will
The UNC Ski Club will hold a meeting at 7 p.m.
in Room 219, Carolina Union. All interested in
joining the club should attend.
The UNC Surfing Club will meet at 7 p.m. in
Room 206, Carolina Union. Anyone who is
interested in surfing or skateboarding and who
would like to join should attend.
A Chemistry Colloquium will be held at 1 1
p.m. on Wednesday. Oct. 5 in 308 Venable Hall.
John Sinfelt of the Exxon Research and
Engineering Co. w ill speak.
An IRSS Short Course, "Dialog." will be held
at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 5. in 209 Manning
A Focus Bible Study will meet from noon to I
p.m. Wednesday. Oct. 5 in 210-A New West Hall.
Bring your lunch and your Bible.
A UNCCC Short Course. "Computer
Assisted Documentation Preparation." will be
held at 3 p.m. on Wednesday. Oct. 5 in 228 Phillips
A Career Process Workshop. "Job-Seeking,"
will be held at 3 p.m. on Wednesday. Oct. 5 in 108
An open meeting for the Foundation
Resource Center will be held at 4 p.m. on
Wednesday. Oct. 5 in III Murphey Hall. An
explanation of the center will be made to deans,
directors and department heads.
A Focus on Documentary Series, Painter's
Painting, will be shown at 8 p.m. on Wednesday,
Oct. 5 in Carroll Hall.
The Audubon Wildlife Film. Hidden Worlds
of the Big Cypress Swamp, will be shown at 8 p.m.
on Wednesday, Oct. 5 in Hamilton Hall
Auditorium. Admission is by season ticket and
single-event tickets are available at the Carolina
The N.C. Coastal Club will hold a short but
important business meeting at 7:30 p.m. on
Wednesday. Oct. 5 in the South Lounge of the
UNC Common Cause will meet at 7.30 p.m.
on Wednesday, Oct. 5 in Room 213, Carolina
Union. Projects for the fall will be discussed and
all interested persons arc welcome.
Delta Sigma Pi, the professional business
fraternity, will hold its fall rush at 7:30 p.m. on
Snider, vice president of the Greensboro
Daily News; and Shepperd Strudwick,
theater, movie and television actor.
Hayes earned two degrees from UNC, his
A.B. degree in 1921 and his B.S. in civil
engineering in 1922. He joined Carolina
Steel Corp. in 1926, was named president of
the corporation in 1951 and board
chairperson in 1967.
University Day observes the Oct. 12, 1973,
laying of the cornerstone of Old East. The
date of Oct. 12 was chosen for University
Day from four possible dates, one of which is
Feb. 12, 1795, when the University's first
student, Hinton James, was enrolled.
Open Every Day
1 pm 2
Look Who's Playing:
Coming Tomorrow Night and Thursday
Wednesday, Oct. 5 in 1-7 New Carroll. Rush is
open to all undergraduates in business,
economics, industrial relations and accounting.
The Sclenco Fiction and Fantasy Clubs hold
regular meetings at 7 p.m. each Wednesday in
Room 308, Alumni Hall. All interested persons
A general meeting of ECOS w ill be held at 8
p.m. on Wednesday. Oct. 5 in Room 201 of
Bingham Hall. All members are urged to attend
and the general public is welcome.
Any member of the UNC Crew Club seriously
interested in participating in various fund-raising
projects this fall is asked to meet at 8 p.m. on
Wednesday. Oct. 5 in the Carolina Union, If you
have any questions, call Phyllis at 942-1205 or at
Auditions for the Opeya Dancers (males only)
will be held at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 5 and
Thursday. Oct. 6 in the Morrison Rec Room.
An important meeting of the Executive
Committee ol the Order ot the Old Well will be
held at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Oct. 5 in the
South Gallery Meeting Room.
The UNC Tennis Club will meet at 7 p.m. on
Wednesday, Oct. 5 in Room 207, Carolina Union.
Call 933-1013 if you cannot attend. Bring $2 for
The International Folk Dancers will meet at 7
p.m. on Wednesday. Oct. 5 at the Student Center
of University Presbyterian Church. All students
There will be a meeting of the Senate ol the
Graduate and Professional Student
Federation at 6 p.m. on Wednesday. Oct. 5 in
Room 215 Carolina Union.
The Joint Duke-UNC Colloquium presents
Colin D. Clark from the University of Reading.
England, at 3:50 p.m. on Wednesday. Oct. 5 in
Room 265, Phillips Hall. Coffee and tea will be
served at 3:30 p.m. in Room 277.
The Pocket Theater will present "If You Don't
Like My Ocean Don't Fish in MySea"at8:30p.m.
Oct. 5 to Oct. 7. Tickets are available at the Old
World Gift Shop on Franklin Street and The
Ranch House. Call 942-5155 for reservations.
Michael Ching. a recipient ot a Mary Duke
Biddle Scholarship in composition will present a
piano concert at 8:15 p.m. on Wednesday. Oct. 5
in the East Duke Music Room. No admission is
The UNC Ice Hockey will hold a meeting at 7
p.m. on Wednesday. Oct. 5 in Room 217 of the
Carolina Union. All members should attend and
ITEMS OF INTEREST
A description and registration form for the
Carolina Union Special Interest Classes can
be picked up at the Carolina Union Desk.
Registration runs through Friday. Oct. 7.
The Pine-Knoll Community Organization ol
Chapel Hill is making plans for a Fall Tutorial
Program. The program will run five days a week
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and will include math,
language arts and reading. We need volunteers to
donate their time, money or materials for this
cause. For information please contact Mac
McLendon at 942-6571 (after 6 p.m.) or Jackie
Parrish at 942-7701 (after 2 p.m.)
Agora, the magazine of international ideas,
is now accepting contributions (articles, short
stories, poems) about international relations or
the politics, arts, literature, geography or language
of specific countries. Anyone interested should
leave a copy of the manuscript in Room 105 of the
International Center in Bynum Hall or call the
center at 933-5661.
Join the UNC Parachute Club and we will
teach you our safe andexcitingsport of skydiving.
Sign up now for our next class. Call 933-1532 for
Students attempting to get in-state status for
tuition purposes should start organizing their
cases now. More information can be obtained
from the Residency Counseling Service of SCAU.
Hours are posted on Suite B door of the Carolina
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Adherence to traditional rites
Thirty disassociated Episcopalians
congregate for old-order service
By EVELYN SAHR
Approximately 30 local residents held
services as congregants of the newly
formed Church of St. Thomas of
Canterbury Sunday, disassociating
themselves from the Protestant
Episcopalian Church of the United
The Church of St. Thomas was
formed after the Episcopal Church's
1976 general convention to offer more
traditional Episcopalian services. At the
convention, the church decided that
women can be ordained as priests and
proposed a new prayer book.
" The Episcopalian religion. especially
after the 1976 convention, has really
broken faith with its old traditions," the
Rev. George Stenhouse said Sunday.
The Rev. Stenhouse is the priest-in-charge
of the new congregation.
"Because of this, many Episcopalians
from University Lake
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Kuralt at University Mall
to autograph art book today
Charles Kuralt will be in Chapel Hill
today, autographing copies of "The Bob
Timberlake Collection" at the Intimate
Bookshop at University Mall.
North Carolina artist Bob
Timberlake also will be autographing
Theft at DTH'
University Police said Daily Tar
Heel Business Manager Verna Taylor
reported that three keys and a
quantity of copy paper were taken
from the DTH office sometime
between 5 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m.
The Xerox machine in the DTH
office was also tampered with, causing
$300 worth of damages.
There's More at Your
in recent years have felt that they can no
longer worship and feel at one with the
church," he said.
The Church of. St. Thomas is a
constituent congregation of the Diocese
of the Holy Trinity. The diocese
represents nearly 100 Episcopalian
congregations across the country that
have not accepted the action of the
church's 1976 convention.
"We are not a protest or breakaway
group that is separate from the
Episcopal church," the Rev. Stenhouse
said in his sermon Sunday. "We are
merely being loyal to the tradition as we
received it and reaffirming our
faithfulness to the Lord."
Peter Lee. rector of the Chapel of the
Cross Episcopalian Church, said he has
been deeply saddened by the
disassociation. "I will do everything in
my power to make it easier for those
folks to come back to the Church when
and if they feel the need to do so," he
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the books, which contain reproductfons
of his paintings and prose by Charles
Kuralt. Cost of the book is $600.
The autograph session begins at 4
Timberlake, a Lexington native,
studied with Andrew Wyeth, who
encouraged him to pursue painting full
Kuralt, whose brother Wallace owns
the Intimate Bookshop, is a UNC
graduate and former editor of the Daily
Tar Heel. He is most famous for his On
the Road series with CBS news.
IT'S COMING! Tuesday, Oct. 4, 7:00 p.m. Room
217 in the Carolina Union, the UNC SKI CLUB
77! If you've never skied before, if you've hardly
seen snow before, come and see what we're
about! Well have movies and refreshments (that
means free beer!) Well also have information on
trips to Utah, Vermont and North Carolina ski
resorts at unbelievable prices! It's coming! Don't
ENJOY DINNER and better grades
simultaneously. Join Poli Sci Faculty at Wesley
Foundation. 5:30 Friday. Sign-up at 3rd floor
Hamilton Hall .elevator. BYOB.
FCA TUESDAY NIGHT at 8:00 p.m. in Kenan
Fieldhouse. Everyone is welcome!
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Top end recently re-built; $125 firm. Call Durham
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TWO MONTH OLD BABY needs T.L.C. near
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morning or early afternoon. Call 929-2690.
ADDRESSERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY!
Work at home no experience necessary
excellent pay. Write American Service, 8350 Park
Lane, Suite 269, Dallas, TX 75231.
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.
SUDl'S RESTAURANT: Opening October 3 a
new restaurant and tavern. Now hiring
experienced food and wait people." Apply in
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Substantial reward. Call Coach Smith at 933
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FOUND: A POCKETBOOK on Franklin Street.
Sunday, October 2nd. Call 688-8466 and
FOUND LADIES watch on North Campus. To
claim, call 929-7021.
LOST: MACRAME NECKLACE with leather
cross. Between Howell and Dye Hall. Please call
Laura at 942 1548. Thanks.
TAN LEATHER fingernail kit containing wedding
and engagement ting. Handsome reward. Call
The new church uses the traditional
Episcopalian Book of Common Prayer,
in which approximately 95 per cent of
the words and prayers have been kept
intact since 1549.
The book, according to the Rev.
Stenhouse, has kept a continuity over
the years, while the prayer book
proposed by the convention breaks with
this continuity, he said. Although it has
essentially the same prayers, the
wording of the new prayer book has
Though the traditional services
appeal to the new members, the
principle reason for the break was the
convention's decision on the ordination
of women priests, local lay leader Col.
Robert M. Pace. The new church feels
the decision to allow the ordination of
females violates the Catholic Faith and
Order and does not follow with the
teachings and doctrines of the church.
"Since Christ was a male, it logically
follows that bishops and priests should
also be male," Pace said. "This is not
considered discrimination as a woman
simply can be no more a priest than she
can be a husband or a father."
Lee disagreed. "If you follow that
logic, priests must also be white and
Jewish," he said.
The new church's leaders said they
were pleasantly surprised with the
turnout for the first service. Services will
continue each Sunday at 10 a.m. in the
Community Room of the Northwestern
Bank Building at the corner of Franklin
Street and Elliott Road.
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