2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, October 5, 1977
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1 00 p m if thev re to run the nent day Each item will run al least twice
A Chemistry Coeoqukim will he held i II am. in 308 Venahk
Hall John Sinfetl of the Emnn Research and Engineering Co will
An IRSS Short Court. "Dialog." will he held at 2 p m. in 209
A Focus Bible Study will meet from noon to I p m. in 2 10-A
New Went Hill Bring your lunch and your Bible
A UNCCC Snort Court. "Computer Assisted Documentation
Preparation." will be held al 3 p.m. in 228 Phillips Hall.
A Crr Process Workshop. "Job-Seeking." will be held at J
p m in I0 Hanet Hall
The Trinidad Tripoli Slttt Band will perform at 4 p m. in the
Forest Theatre. Admission ii SI. SO.
An open meeting for the Foundation Rssource Center will be
held at 4 p ut. in 1 1 1 Murphey Hall. An explanation of the center
will be made to deans, director! and department heads.
A Focus on Documentary Seri, Painter l Painting, will be
shown st 8 p m in Carroll Hall.
The Audubon WUdlHe Film. Hidden HorUsofthe Big Cypress
Swamp, will be ihown at 8 p.m. in Hamilton Hall Auditorium.
Admuiion ii by scaton ticket and unglc-evtnl tickets are available
al the Carolina Union.
The N.C. Coastal Club will hold a short but important business
meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the South Lounge oftheCarolina Union.
UNC Common Cause will meet at 7:30 p.m. 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 Us
fall rush at 7:30 p.m. in 1-7 New Carroll. Rush is open to all
undergraduates in business, economics, industrial relations and
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Clubt hold regular meetings
at 7 p.m. in Room 308, Alumni Hall. All interested persons are
A general meeting of ECOS will be held al 8 p.m. in Room 201 of
Bingham Hall. All members are urged to attend and the general
public is welcome.
Any member of the UNC Craw Club seriously interested in
participating in various fund-rsising projects this fall is asked to
meet at 8 p m in the Carolina U mon. If you have any questions, call
Phyllis at 942-1203 or at 967-9166.
Auditions (or the Opoya Dencere (males only) will be held at 6
p.m. today and Thursday. Oct. 6 in the Morrison Rcc Room.
An important meeting of the Executive Commute of the
Order Ol the Old WH will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the South
Gallery Meeting Room.
The UNC Tennis Club will meet at 7 p.m. in Room 207.
Carolina Union. Call 933-1013 i( you cannot attend. Bring S2 (or
The International Folk Dancers will meet at 7 p.m. at the
Student Center o( University Presbyterian Church All students are
There will be a meeting of the Seoet of the Gradual and
Pro t salon al Student Federation at 6 p.m. in Room 213
The Joint Duke-UNC Colloquium presents Colin D. Clark
from the University of Reading, England, at 3:50 p.m. in Room
263. Phillips Hall. Coffee and tea will be served at 3:30 p.m. in
The Pocket Theater will present "If You Don't Like My Ocean
Don't Fish in My Sea" at 8 30 p.m Oct. 5 to Oct. 7. Tickets are
available at the Old World Gift Shop on Franklin Street and The
Ranch House. Call 942-3133 (or reservations.
Michael Ching. a recipient ol Mary Duke Blddl
Schotarehlp in composition will present a piano concert at 8 IS
p.m. on in the East Duke Music Room. Noadmission is charged.
Campus organizations offered
access to WXYC
Campus organizations will be allowed air
time on WXYC radio to use as they wish
beginning Oct, 14 through the station's new
program, "Organizational Access."
Any group may receive five minutes of air
time at 6:05 p.m. on a Friday, following the
WXYC news. If many groups apply for air
time, the show w ill be run on additional week
The show will be set up on a first
produced, first-run basis, and no group will
Asst. prof, victim
of hubcap rip-off
near Swing Hall
University Police reported that Dr. H . E.
Mayberry, assistant professor of anatomy,
said four hubcaps were stolen from his 1972
Ford station wagon sometime Monday
The car was parked in the Swing Building
parking lot at the time of the incident.
Police estimate the value of the hubcaps at
128 E. Franklin Street cPwf A ' J rr
Next to Yogurt Barn Downtown XHl V
Bar Phone: 929-8276 Dell Phone: 929-3824 KW -jf Jft
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The UNC lc Hockey will hold a meetingat 7 p.m in Room 21 7
of the Carolina Union. All members should attend and bring
Stammtlsch, the German table, meets at 10 p.m. every
Wednesday at Hoagic's Heroes.
All male and female members of IheUNC-CH Water Polo Club
please meet in front of Bowman Gray Indoor Pool at 5:30 p.m.
1 here u a match at Duke tonight.
St. John'e MCC Wednesday Bible Study will not meet this
week Regular meetings will resume Oct. 12 al 8 p.m.
Hospital, a documentary film by Frederick Wiseman, will be the
presentation in the Health Issues film series at noon in the School o(
The Cofte Klatch meets (rom 9 to 1 1 a.m. in the Pine Room.
Codec and pastries are sold Sponsored by the campus Y.
The first ol a two-part series How Shall Wa Than Live? by
Francis Schacffer. will begin at 7 p.m. inGreat Hallof theCarolina
Union. Part two is Thursday at 7 p.m Sponsored by the Campus
Christian Fellowship. Free admission.
The Dialectic and Philanthropic Literary Society will
sponsor a "Poetry Night" at 8 p m Thursday. Oct. 6 in 300 New
West. The public is invited.
The UNC Jugglers Association will meet at 4 p.m. Thursdav.
Oct 6at the Old Well. Beginners are welcome.
Th UNC Scuba Club will meet at 7 p m Thursday. Oct. 6 in
Room .304 o( Woollen Gym. Everyone is invited.
The Gay Rap Group will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday. Oct. 6 in
Raleigh. For more inlormalion about the group, call 929-8843 or
Ihe second meeting for students interested in applying for
Rhodes Scholarships will be at 5:15p.m. Thursday.Oct. 6 in 569
Hamilton Hall. Prospective candidates should bring their
transcript, a list of activities and a personal statement.
Th LDSSA (Mormons) Film Series begins at 8 p.m.
Thursday. Oct. 6 in 101 Greenlaw Come and find out more about
Mormon beliefs. Films will be Th First Vlalon and Th Loal
T he second organizational meeting (or Excellence In Audio
Reproduction (EAR) will be at 7 :30 p.m. Thursday. Oct. 6 in
Room 206 of the Carolina Union All persons interested in stereo
and or audio are welcome. Plans for a super "super stereo sound
party" will be discussed. For more information, call Paul at 91 V
Hlnton Jamet presents My Little Chickadee, starring W. C.
Fields and Mae West, and Sahara Hare al 7 and 9 p m 1 hursday,
Oct. 6 in the Hinlon James Recreation Room. Admission is 50
cents, and (ree refreshments will be provided
Th. South Campus and Granville Otf-Camput chapters
of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship will present the
multimedia show. The Effective Ambassador at 8 p m. Thursday.
Oct. 6 in the Morrison social lounge. The Granville chapter will
meet at 7:30 p.m. in ihe lobby of Granville South to walk to
Morrison. Everyone is welcome.
The UNC-CH Collegiate Clvltan Club will meet al 6:30 p.m.
Thursday. Oct. 6 in Room 206 of theCarolina Union. All interested
students are welcome. For more information, call 93J-259J.
A medical technology meeting will be held al 7:15 p.m.
Thursday. Oct 6 in Room 213 of the Carolina Union. A Career
Planning and Placemen! representative will be guest speaker Med
lech T-shirts will be on sale lor $2.
Th Christian Science Organisation will meet at 6 p.m.
Thursday. Oct. 6 in Room 213 Carolina Union The topic is
purposeful living, and everyone is welcome.
The Alchemist, UNC's interdisciplinary science magaine. will
meet al 8 p m Thursday. Oct 6 in Room 205 Carolina Union. All
be allowed continuous airing. WXYC will
furnish production materials for shows and
will provide staff members to assist a group
with its presentation.
WXYC ran the program earlier this fall,
with organizations being allowed 1 5 minutes
of air time, but many of the participating
groups found they could not fill the 15
minutes. The new program will require only
five minutes for a presentation rather than
Some of the participating groups also had
complained about the time slot designated
for the show, so it has been changed to 6:05
Presentations are due by noon on
Wednesdays prior to airing on a given
Friday. Groups interested in air time during
the first few weeks of the program should
contact Don Moore, WXYC general
manager, at 933-7768.
A regular schedule of shows will be
established after the first few weeks of airing,
and interested groups then should contact
WXYC's public affairs directorforairtime.
Air time cannot be used for contests,
commercials or pitches for events with an
admission charge, and obscenities and
personal attacks are prohibited.
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interested persons are welcome: stall positions are still available.
AN taw Sludent spouses are invited lo the October business
meeting of the Law Guild at 7 :30 p.m. Thursday. Oct. 6. For
directions to the meeting, call 967-8076 or 942-2056. How lo make
macrame hangers for plants will be demonstrated.
Are you interested in working for the Student Consumer
Action Union (SCAU) on its new Consumer Health Handbook or
Health Education program? Attend a meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday. Oct. 6 in Suite B Carolina Union.
International Students: North Campus Intervarsits Christian
Fellowship challenges you lo a volleyball match and invites vou to a
pot-luck dinner afterwards. Y'all come. The contest begins at 5:30
p.m. 1 hursday. Oct. 6 on Mclver lawn.
Students and faculty are invited to attend a showing ol Turkish
classical tin art by Faima Karpurcu from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday. Oct. 6 at the International Center in Bynum Hall.
Turkish refreshments will be served.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
A description and registration (orm for the Carolina Union
Special Internet Classes can he picked up at the Carolina Union
Desk. Registration runs through Friday. Oct. 7.
1 he Pine-Knoll Community Organization ol Chapel Hill is
making plans for a Fall Tutorial Program. The program will run
live days a week from 3 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 Mae
McLendon at 942-657 1 (after 6 p m.) or Jackie Parrish at 942-7701
(after 2 p m l
Agora, th magazine ol 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 - faculty, staff, students -should
leave a copy of the manuscript in Room 105 of the
International Center in Bynum Hall or call the center at 9.13-566 1.
Join the UNC Parachute Club and we will teach you our safe
and excitingsport of skydiving Sign up now (or our next class Call
933-1532 for more information.
Students attempting lo gel In-ttata atatut for tuition purposes
should start organizing their cases now. More information can be
The N.C. Botanical Garden and
Mondamin Wilderness Adventures will
conduct a three-day hiking and primitive
camping trip Oct. 14.
Participants will meet at Camp
Mondamin in Tuxedo, just outside
Hendersonville, to establish a base camp in
the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
By BEVERLY MILLS
The Durham City Council voted Monday
to reduce water sales to the Orange Water
and Sewer Authority (OWASA) to a
maximum of 1.5 million gallons per day.
Durham Director of Transportation and
Utilities Robert Peck said the new water
from University Lake
from University Lake
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Level of University Lake
limit took effect Tuesday. The only reason
for the cutback is the severe shortage
Durham faces. Peck said.
"If we continue to consume at the present
rate, without additional rainfall, Durham
will run out in mid-December or early
January," Peck said. "This consumption
rate includes the 1 .5 million gallons sold lo
The Daily Tar Heel incorrectly
reported Monday that Chi Omega
sorority won the legs contest conducted
by Sigma Chi fraternity as part of Derby
Week. Alpha Chi Omega sorority won
the legs contest. The DTH regrets the
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arc posted on Suite H door of the Carolina Union.
Applications for the Gradual Management Admission Test
(GMAT) must be received in Princeton. N J. by Oct. 14. fhecostis
i 1 2.50 and a late (ee of $4 is charged for applications received after
Oct. 14. "Walk-In" costs SlOextra. Application formsare available
in Room 106. Nash Hall. 1977-78 Graduate Study in Management
catalogues are available in Room 101. Nash Hall
Applications lor the Optometry College Admission Test
(OCAT) must be received in New York City by Oct. 8. The lest w ill
he given on Nov. Sin Durham. The cost isS25andapplicationsare
available in Room 106. Nash Hall. Information about the N.C.
contacts with Optometry schools and catalogues are in Room 101
of Nash Hall.
Students who disapprove of Soul hern Bell's fee increase can sign
a Residence Housing Association petition al the Carolina Union or
VMCA building. Interested students should come by from 10a.m.
to 2 p m. The petition will be available Oct. 4-7.
Volunteer tutors arc needed lor the Campus YMCA Tutorial
Program. Any interested persons should come hy Room 102 at the
YMCA building to pick up applications, which will be accepted
through Oct. 21.
I he Cellar Door, the undergraduate liicrun nugainc. will he
accepting poetry, prose and graphics through Oct. 15. Koines can
he brought to the Union Desk and led in Hnx 22 or brought to the
Cellar Door olfkc in Room 205 al the YMCA building
Student Interested In foreign service careers can meet at 10
a.m. on Oct. 1 3 to talk with Frederic A. Fisher, deputy examinerol
Ihe Board of Examiners for the Foreign Service. An examination
will be given lo interested students Dec. 3 Applications for the
examination are due Oct. 21. For more information contact the
Career Planning and Placement Office. 21 1 Hanes Hall.
The PtaymakH Repertory Company will present Peter
Shaffer's play Equus Oct. 1 3 to 30. The play will be shown at 8 p.m.
Tuesday through Saturday'and at 2 p.m. on Sunday. Special
performances will he shown at 8 p m. on Oct. 23 and at 2 p.m. on
Oct. 26. For more information contact the box office at933-M2l.
Guided day hikes will be conducted from
valley areas to high ridge lines to observe the
wild plants which will be in bloom.
Enrollment in the group is limited to 20
persons on a first-come, first-served basis.
For applications and information about
registration and fees, call the botanical
garden at 967-2246.
council votes to
Peck said Lake Michie was 16 feet below
the level of the dam Tuesday.
Regardless of the level of Lake Michie,
Peck said he does not think Durham will
ever cut off its water supply to Chapel Hill.
"The city council probably came as close to
cutting Chapel Hill off last nigjit as they will
come," he said.
A motion which would have ended sales to
5.088 million gallons
2.806 million gallons
2.282 million gallons
62 inches below capacity
4.623 million gallons
61 inches below capacity
OWASA immediately was defeated by the
W.H. Cleveland, assistant director of
OWASA, stressed the need for continued
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Carrboro's growth promotes
two opposing political parties
By EVELYN SAHR
The Republicans and the pemocrats
dominate the U.S. political scene. In
Germany, the principal political parties are
the Social Democrats and the Christian
Democrats. In the Carrboro political arena,
there are the Allied Citizens and the
The two parties evolved as a result of the
continued growth of the town, according to
Ernie Patterson, one of the original members
of the Carrboro Community Coalition.
"Carrboro is no longer a town," Patterson
says. "Since it has grown over the years to
encompass such a wide range of constituents
and issues, it now faces the problems of a
small city, and must deal with these
problems as a small city would.
"We were strongly concerned about the
distribution of services within Carrboro. We
felt that everybody blacks and renters as
well as homeowners, had the right to an
equal share of these services."
As a response to this concern, Patterson
says, the Community Coalition was
organized in the fall of 1974. The coalition
succeeded in winning a majority of seats on
the Carrboro Board of Aldermen in the 1975
election, as well as taking control of many of
the precinct offices.
Patterson says the group, which is
basically composed of former George
McGovern backers, felt that services such as
cut back water sales
conserve," Cleveland said Tuesday. days to avoid rationing. This figure assumes
Cleveland said the level of the lake goes consumption will average 4.7 million
down at a rate of I to 1.5 inches per day, The "s per day and there will be no
present level of the lake is 62.5 inches below aaiUo ra'nta- .
capacity Rationing has been proposed if University
Lake drops to 132 inches below capacity.
According to OWASA figures, Chapel Before the Durham council's action
Hill-Carrboro will need a daily supplement Monday night, OWASA was able to
of 1.4 million gallons from Durham for 64 purchase 3.5 million gallons per day.
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136 E. Rosemary St. 929-1736 j
CAMPUS COPY CENTER OPENING
soon! On the alley by the big rock next to
the Port Hole restaurant . Watch for grand
opening this month!
1971 YAMAHA 350 R-5. Must sell immediately.
Top end recently re-built; $125 firm. Call Durham
489 0060 after 3:30 p.m.
CLASSICAL RECORDS for sale. In excellent
condition. Good selection of labels and
composers. Call 967-5347
PART-TIME OPENINGS: Alcoa Aluminum has
openings in Chapel Hill. From $4.00hr. to
$5.00hr. to start. Apply at Hanes Hall, today,
Room 103, at 3:10 p.m.
TWO MONTH OLD BABY needs T.L.C. near
campus. 4 days a week. Only 4 hours in the
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.
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. .
MEN! - WOMEN! JOBS ON SHIPS! American.
Foreign. No experience required. Excellent pay.
Worldwide travel. Summer job or career. Send
$3.00 for information. SEAFAX, Dept. 1-2, Box
2049, Port Angeles, Washington 98362.
WANTED RESTAURANT PERSONNEL. All
positions open. Apply 157 East Franklin Street.
Lost & Found
FOUND: A POCKETBOOK on Franklin Street.
Sunday, October 2nd. Call 688-8466 and
TAN LEATHER fingernail kit containing wedding
and engagement ring. Handsome reward. Call
LOST: LARGE LIGHT GOLDEN MALE
RETRIEVER. No collar, friendly. Answers to
Socco. Last seen near Carolina Inn on Sunday,
102. Substantial reward. Call Coach Smith at
933 1154 or Scott Smith at 968-1037.
transportation, fire and police protection,
recreation programs and street
mairrtainance were not equally provided
among Carrboro residents.
"Blacks and students were traditionally
ignored when it came to the question of
services," Patterson says.
Patterson says transportation has become
a crucial issue for the group. The coalition
dominated town board voted to subsidize a
bus route for Carrboro through an
agreement reached with Chapel Hill last
Mary Riggsbee, an organizer of Allied
Citizens of Carrboro, says her group differs
sharply with the coalition's response to the
town's transportation needs.
"If the bus system were self-supporting
and used self-maintaining roads, I'd support
it," Riggsbee says. "But I'm not for a
subsidized bus system and I think the citizens
of Carrboro have shown they are opposed to
a subsidized system also.
"1 don't feci that people living on limited
incomes should be burdened with another
tax (to support the bus route)."
"I don't feel that the local, stable, tax
paying citizen of Carrboro is even
recognized anymore," she says.
"The aldermen sit and listen to the
suggestions of the citizens of Carrboro and
then turn right around and vote the opposite
FOUND - LADIES watch on North Campus. To
claim, call 929-7021.
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS.'
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NEED A ROOMMATE? Call 967-4652 after 4.
FRENCH TRAVELLER needs a ride to New York
during weekend 15 October. She helps to pay the
gas. Call Sylvie 933-5886 morning and evening.
WINSTON-SALEM. Riders wanted to help with
expenses. Almost all week-ends. Call 942-5528
FREE CATS! Males and females. Call Brenda 966
3381 during the day, at night 732-2718.
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