Thursday, October 6, 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 5
Extravaganza held for Cancer Society f
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The fifth annual Beat State
Extravaganza will be held Wednesday,
Oct. 1 2, and Thursday, Oct. 13. the
extravaganza, sponsored by Delta
Upsilon fraternity, the Carolina Union
Recreation Committee. Durham
Distributing Co. and Elliot's Nest
Disco, is raising money for the
American Cancer Society in Orange
The showing of the Schlit: Movie
Orgy will be the opening event of the
extravaganza. The movie is a collection
of cartoons, movie classics,
commercials and bloopers. It will be
shown at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Great
Thursday's events start off with the
Carolina Olympics, when participating
fraternities, sororities, dorms and
campus organizations gather beside
Carmichacl Auditorium at 2:30 p.m.
The groups will proceed to the main
stage for the opening ceremonies.
Turnout below normal as yet
for local voter registration
Gerald Unks, UNC Education professor, and Cornelia Strickland rehearse a scene
from Edward Albee's Counting the Ways, which opens tonight at 8:30 at the Gallery
Theatre at 150 E. Main St. in Carrboro for a two-week run. Counting the Ways will
appear on a double bill with Listening, in a regional premiere of the two new plays
which premiered earlier this year in New York. Advance tickets are available for $2.50
at Ledbetter Pickard, Bob's Ice Cream, A Southern Season, Cameron Craft Gallery
and at the Art School.
By MIKE WADE
Despite the large number of offices up for
grabs in the upcoming Chapel Hill and
Carrboro municipal elections, voter
registration is normal or slightly less than
normal, according to a county elections
Orange County Elections Board
Chairperson Joe Nassil'said Wednesday that
the number of persons registering to vote is
no more than usual. "Probably if anything
it's slightly less," he said.
Nassif said more people have not
registered because of a lack of campaign
activity. "I just don't see much happening."
he said. "There are a number of large issues,
but they haven't seemed to spark any
Nassil attributed the lack of activity to the
low profiles candidates have kept thus far in
their campaigns. He said he hopes activity
will pick up before the elections. "If we get
any less (activity), we won't have any," he
Two CGC seats filled, runoff set for third
Two students were elected to fill the
vacant Campus Governing Council
(CGC) seats Wednesday, and a third
CGC vacancy will be filled in a runoff
election Oct. 19.
Elected to fill the District 17 seat was
Trelawny Williams with 19 votes. Other
candidates were Christopher Adams,
four votes; David Madison, three votes;
and others, three votes.
District 20 residents elected Randall
Williams with 43 votes. Other
candidates were Tim Beane, 25 votes;
Gary Homes, six votes; and others, one
The runoff election is to decide the
winner of the seat for District I, a
graduate and professional student
district. The runoff will be between
Bruce Tindall, who received 39 votes,
and Paul Kade, who got 34 votes. Dean
Johnson received 25 votes and other
candidates received eight votes in that
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Gerry Cohen, an incumbent candidate for
the Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen who has
been active registering voters since August,
said heavy registration in 1975 for the
presidential primaries and in 1976 for the
state and national elections was a factor in
this year's registration He said many local
voters, including I) NC students, were among
the 9,000 voters who registered in 1975 and
Cohen said 30 to 40 voters per day hae
been registering in Carrboro and 50 to 60 per
day in Chapel Hill. He estimated that 1,500
to 2,000 voters have registered since Aug. I.
Cohen added that most people who have
not registered will wait until the last three
days of registration, which ends Monday.
Oct. 10. H? said registration is going "fairly
Cohen said he did not think most UNC
students were having any trouble getting
registered. He said registrars ask persons
wishing to register if they are residents and if
they consider Orange County to be their
homes. "Most students can answer that
question 'yes,' " he said. "Generally, they're
not too restrictive."
Cohen added that if a person answers that
he 'doesn't know' to either question, the
registrars will ask other questions to
determine his intent. He said the only
students he has seen that were not allowed to
register said they intended to return to their
hometowns after graduation from UNC.
"Part of it depends on the registrar, and
part of it depends on your answers to the first
questions." he said. He said registrars who
ask other questions were following the law
by trying to determine intent.
I he events will include relays and
races, tug-ol-uar. beer chug, volleyball
tournament and telephone booth cram.
The Olympics will continue until 5:30
A pep rally will he held at 7 p.m.
Thursday night at Carmichael Field.
The Marching Tar Heels. UNC
cheerleaders. Coach Bill Dooley and
selected football players will he present.
The Original Drifters will perform in
an outdoor concert from the end of the
pep rally until 1 1 p.m. A dance contest
will he sponsored and judged by l lliot's
Nest during the concert.
Durham Distributing Co. will be
giving away Schlit beer Thursday
afternoon and evening.
Prizes and trophies will he awarded to
all Olympics' event winners, l arge
trophies also will be given to the top
fraternity, sorority, women's dorm and
men's dorm winner. A keg of beer will be
given to the organization with the best
All entering organizations are asked
to contribute at least S 10 toward the
fund-raising drive. Last year, $800 was
raised for the American Cancer Society.
Officials hope to raise at least $1 .000 this
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The annual Beat State Extravaganza will
begin again on Oct. 12. The two-day
event will be a fund-raising effort for the
Orange County American Cancer
Society. Staff photo by Fred Barbour.
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