2 The Daily Tar Hei ' Fnanv October 7.
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service snnouneements must be turned in to the bo outside the DTH offices in the
Union hy 1 00 p m it they ate to run the next day Each item will run at least twice.
The Pocket Theater will present Rebecca
Ranson s"lf you Don't l ike My Ocean Don't Fish
In My Sea" at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale at did
World Gift Shop and the Ranch House.
A Pep Rally will be held at I2:30p.m in the Pit.
Coaches and players will speak. The band and
cheerleaders will lead the spirit.
The Undergraduate Political Science
Association is sponsoring an informal student
faculty dinner at 3:30 p.m. at the Wesley
Foundation. Sign-up is taking place now on the
bulletin boards on the third floor of Hamilton
The UNC Field Hockey Team will play its first
home game at 3 p.m. on James Field. The Tar
Heels will face the University of Virginia.
Kitty Sessoms and Lex Marks will present
contrasting views on the subject The Role of
Women In Politics Today at 7:30 p.m. in 210
A genetics seminar entitled Expression of
Human Tropic Virus by Human X Mouse
Hybrid Cells will be held at 12:30 in l06Bemhill
H all. Cora Jean Edgell. post-doctoral fellow from
the division of research in thrombosis nd
- hemeostasis will speak.
Super Friday features One Flew Over the
Cuckoo's Nest at 7 and 9:30 p.m. in Carrol! Hal!
Auditorium. Tickets are SI and are av;UMc it the
Carolina Union Information D.l.
The Paul Winter Consort ill be hctf at f p nv
in Memorial HalL Tickets arc $-t ar2 arc avs.iabie
from the Carolina Union 1 worm: jo c.l.
The Kappa Alpha PsJ FrKemfty, Inc. present
"Kappa Delight: A Dtwo F vtr Orix e from 9
p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Snturd. Oa i- Everyone a
Hall. Carolina Union.
The UNC-CH Water Polo Club practict will
be held at 9 a.m. Saturday. Oct S. Erone ts
invited. Women players art needed.
The Orange County Track Club is sponsoring
an open run for fun at 1 1 a.m. Saturday, Oct 5. at
Finley Golf Course. Both two and six mile events
will be run. Men and women of all ages, abilities
and levels of experience are invited to participate.
The UNC Soccer Team will playFurmanat 1 1
a.m. Saturday Oct. 8, in the second of three
UNC to feature
Albert Coates, law professor
emeritus, and William S. Powell,
history professor, will present a
program on University history at 8 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 10, in 569 Hamilton Hall.
The program is sponsored by the
Undergraduate History Association.
Powell, a professor of N orth Carolina
history at UNC, will present a slide show
depicting the history of the University
through early sketches as well as recent
Powell is the author of numerous
books, including 77i? First State
University: A Pictorial History. He also
taught a seminar on UNC history last
Coates will speak on UNC between
1914 and 1918, the years he was here as
an undergraduate. Coates is founder of
the UNC Institute of Government.
The program is being presented in
preparation for Unviersity Day.
University Day is celebrated each year
on Oct. 12 to commemorate the laying
of the cornerstone of Old East, the first
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The UNC Chess Club will sponsor a non-rated
National Chess Day tournament. Registration
will be held from 1 1: 1 5 to noon Sunday. Oct, 9, in
Room. Carolina Union. The entry fee will be $3.
Membership is not required. Memberships in the
NC Chess Association and the US Chess
Federation will be given as prizes.
St. John' Metropolitan Community
Church will hold worship services at e p.m.
Sunday. Oct. 9 at the U.C.C. on the corner of
Wade Avenue and Dixie Trade in Raleigh. St.
John's is a predominantly gay fellowship of
Christians, but all are welcome. Call 929-8843 for
The Wesley Foundation will hold the
following activities on Sunday, Oct. 9: From 9:e0
to 10:30 a.m., The Heart of the Bible Scries; from
I0:c0 to 1 1 a.m., a Community Coffee; and from
1 1 a.m. to noon, worship. For more information
Coopers and Lybrand, a public accounting
firm, will host a reception for those accounting
graduates interested in woi king w ith the firm from
7 to lOp.m Sunday.Oct.9. in the Governor's Inn.
Dlgnitylntegrliy, an ecumenical religious
gr oup of Roman Catholic and Episcopal gays and
others, will meet at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, OCt. 9. at
the Newman Center. Pittsboro Road.
It Col Ray Schrump, a former prisoner of
war will speak at 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 10. in
Room 13ft. Social Sciences building at Duke. The
speech is co-sponsortd by the Duke Republicans
and the L NC College Republicans. For a ride call
Martha at 933-1946.
The North Carolina Student Legislature will
have its first official delegation meeting at 7 p.m.
Monday. Oct. 10. in Room 202, Carolina Union.
This mandatory meeting is very important as
plans for the October Interim Council will be
finalized. Call Chuck Moigan at 933-6348 if you
absolutely can't make it.
A meeting for the Fine Arts Festival will be
held at 6 p.m. Monday. Oct. lO.in l-ASwain Hall.
Volunteers are welcome.
In conjunction with University Day, Dr.
Albert Coates will speak on University life, 1914
through 1918. and Professor William Powell will
give a slide presentation on University H istory at 8
p.m. Monday. Oct. 10, in the faculty lounge of
Hamilton Hall. This presentation is sponsored by
the Undergraduate History Association and is
open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
The Carolina Bridge Club will hold a
state university building in the United
States, on October 12, 1973.
The Undergraduate History
Association urges all interested persons
A reception will follow the program.
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duplicate hridgc tournament at 7:30 p.m.
Monday. Oct. 10. in Room 207. Carolina Union.
All bridge players are inviied. UNC students will
he charged 50 cents and all others will be charged
75 cents. If you need a partner, call Nancy Bolish
in the Carolina Union Office.
The South Campus Committee ot the
Carolina Union, will meet at 9:30 p.m. Monday,
Oct. 10. in the Morrison Conference Room. All
interested persons are invited.
A meeting for everyone who attended the
Intercollegiate Association of Women
Students Trl-State Meet will be held at 7 p.m.
Monday. Oct. 19, in Suite D, Carolina Union. A
discussion and evaluation of the meet will be the
subject of the meeting.
A U NCC Short Course entitled Tape Data Set
Usage will be held at e p.m. in 228 Phillips Hall.
An IRSS Short Course entitled Introduction
to Computer Mapping will be held at 2 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 10. in 209 Manning Hall.
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Bill Dooley will speak at pep rally
The cheerleaders, the band and the
football players will offer something
different in the way of a pep rally today.
Instead of the usual Thursday night
running-through-the-streets, a pep rally
will be held at 12:30 p.m. today in the
Cathy McDowell, co-head
cheerleader, said Coach Bill Dooley
would give a speech at the rally, and
some of the football players might speak
"We wanted to try something a little
different," McDowell explained. "We
tried to have it (the pep rally) when
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Midshipmen of the UNC NROTC Unit
will celebrate the 202nd birthday of the United
States Navy with a Navy Day Parade at 1: 15 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. II. on the Astroturf Field. Maj.
Gen. Kenneth McLennan, Commanding General
-flLUieJSccond Marine Division. Camp Lejeune.
will be the speaker, and the Second Division
Marine Band will perform.
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 of
Chapel Hill is making plans for a Fall Tutorial
Program. The program will run five days a week
from 3 to 5 p.m. and will include math, language
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students can come together and see
what's happening. There's a tendency to
lose people along the way on Thursdays.
"Besides, we miss Fraternity Row,
Granville and Hinton James. We can't
do it all. It's just physically impossible.
Thursday-night pep rallies are pretty
much of an all-night thing for us.
"I feel that Friday we can get a lot
more people involved, a big cross
section of people."
McDowell said the special Friday pep
rally would build up the team's morale
for the UNC-Wake Forest game
Batavus MoPed holds nearly a gallon.
arts and reading. We need volunteers to donate
their time, money or materials for this cause. For
information please contact Mae 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 faculty,
staff, students - should leave a copy of the
manuscript or a proposal in Room I0S 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 and exciting sport of skydiving.
Sign up now for our next class. Cull 933-1532 for
Students attempting to get in-atata itatua for
tuition purposes should start organizing their
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DAILY TAR HEEL this fell.
IT CAME! We would like to thank the 218 people
who attended Ski Club 77. Missed out? Call 933
2567. Well have room for you!
STUDENTS WaCOME Binkley Baptist
Church, S.E. corner of University Mall. Rides
available from Student Union (Rakish Rd.
entrance) and Chase Cafeteria each Sunday, 9:20
for Church School (College Class) and 10:30 for
Morning Worship at 11:00. Dress optional - we
know Jesus never had a tie. i1: f..;:v; '5
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 330 p.m.
MUST SELL, VACUUM CLEANER that uses
water not bags! A firm $50.00 Good condition.
Call Connie 929-2023.
TWO RADIAL SPORTS CAR tires size 165 x 14
very low mileage. Call Dave 942-8362 after 11:30
p.m. MWF or before 10:30 a.m. T Th.
1972 FORD MAVRICK Carolina blue, new
interior, needs only minor repairs. Engine in good
condition. Call Mike after 5:30 p.m. 929-9445.
TEMPORARY PART-TIME TYPIST wanted. 15
hours a week. Apply School of Education.
Contact Mrs. Sally Coe. 103 Peabody Hall.
APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM for , account
representatives, artists, layout and design
personnel. Requires 1012 hours each week while
training. May begin immediately. Contact Dan
Collins, Advertising manager at 933-1163 or 933
0252 between 2 and 4 weekdays to arrange an
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.
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.
WANTED RESTAURANT PERSONNEL. All
positions open. Apply 157'2 East Franklin Street.
INSTRUCTION IN AMATEUR STAR gazing
now given on certain evenings. Recreational
purposes only. For more information, call 929
4438, after five p.m. and ask for Herb.
Lost & Found
UMBRELLA with the initials T.C., was left atFiist
football game. To claim call 933-5353.
FOUND: SILVER RING with tourquoise in the
vicinity of Manning and Hamilton Hall at 12 Wed.,
Oct. 5. Call Mary 929 6835. describe it and it is
1 AN 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,
10,2. Substantial reward. Call Coach Smith at
933 1154 or Scott Smith at 968 1037.
cases now. More inlormation can be obtained
from the Residency Counseling Service of SCAU.
H ours are posted on Suite B door of the Carolina
Applications for the Graduate Management
Admission Test (GMAT) must be received in
Princeton, N.J. by Oct. 14. The cost is $ 1 2.50 and a
late fee of $4 is charged for applications received
after Oct. 14. "Walk-In" costs $10 extra.
Application forms are available in Room 106,
Nash Hall. 1977-78 G raduarc Srutfy trt
Management catalogues are available in Room
101, Nash Hall.
Public tours ot the Ackland Museum
collection are being given each Saturday
morning of a home football game at 10 a.m. This
Saturday, Oct. 8, is no exception. All are welcome.
Boxing and sparring Instruction is given
every Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. in the
Wrestling Room of Woollen Gym.
H-Bombs on Franklin St. 2:30 Sunday.
Intelligent music for sensible people.
HESHE. Your alternative to the bar scene.
Personalized dating. Special student rates. Write
P.O. Box 1109, Chapel Hill, NC, 27514.
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH PAPERS.
Thousands on file. All academic subjects. Send
$1.00 for mail order catalog. Box 25918-Z, Los'
Angeles, Calif. 90025. (213)477-8474. :
CONDOM 'SAMPLERS. Leam 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 tlie
Zoom). 929-2147. '
WILL THEGKL with the green jacket and green
Raleigh bicycle I talked to on Cameron Avenue
Wednesday morning please call 967-5501? I would
like to follow up our conversation (signed) boy
with blue Schwinn bicycle.
DAVID-BUDDES at the ghastly galleori. Sipping
illegal Smirnoffs in buzzing Bacchalina, Saturday
night at the movies down by the sea; even though
you're now a gray haired 21 be young, foolish and
happy forever - Susie.
HARRY HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEET! 1LD
STD JTA ILU Love C
THE CUBE WAS TOO COLD but we wanted the
world to know! 10957, a date that will live in
infamy! Happy Birthday Ted and Sue!
TO THE BLONDE HUSSY majoring in
Geography hands off the Three Musketeers. It
sounds as if you've already covered too much
territory The Three Stooges.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share
apartment 5 min. from campus along bus route.
Share rent, utilities, and deposit costs. More
details? Sure. Call 933-7946. Keep trying.
WANTED RIDERS FROM GREENSBORO to
Chapel Hill daily. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Working
hours. Call Marsh at 9664535 or 375-5749.
YARD SALE Saturday Oct. 8th 9-1. Movie
projector, tennis racket, records, swing set, toys,
household furnishings. 218 Barclay Road 929
9338. Th Dally Tar Had h puoflthad by tha Dally Tar Haal
Boar of Dlractora ot tha Unhwralty ot North CaroNna
dally Monday through Friday during tha ragular
acaoamfc yaar aieapt during anam parlod, vacaHona
and aummar ataitona. Tha tallowing dataa ara to oa only
Saturday laauaa: Sapt 17, Oct. 1, S, 22, Nov. S. Tha
Summar Tar Haal Is pubUthtd wjHkly on Thursday dur
ing aummar aatalona.
Orfleaa ara at tha Frank Portar Graham Student Union
BuSdlng, UnlvanHy ol North Carolina, Chapal HHI, N.C.
2781. Talaphona numbara: Naurs, Sports - S32-024S.
3S-024S, S33-0372: Buatnass, Circulation, AdvartMng
fcibatflptton rata: by third class maM, (12S0 par
ssmastar, $5.00 summar only, $30.00 par yaar, by lit
class-mall, $30.00 par ssmastar, $8.00 summar only,
SSSjOO par yaar.
,rha Campus Qovamlng Council shall hava powara to
datarnibta tha Student ActMuss Faa and to appropriate
all ravsnua darlyad from tha Studant AetlvlUaa Faa
(1.1.1 of tha Studant Constitution). Tha DaHy Tar Haai
k a studant organization,
Tha Dairy Tar Haal rasanas tha right to ragutata tha
typographical tone of all advartlaamants and to revtaa or
turn away copy N considers oblecUonaele.
Tha Dairy Tar Heal will not consider adjustments or pay
ment tor any typograph leal error or erroneous Inaartlon
unless nooos Is given to tha Business Manager within (1)
one day alter th sdvertlMmenl appears, within (1) one
day ot receiving the tear sheets or subscription of me
paper. Tha Dally Tar Heel wlM not be reeponslble for
mors than one Incorrect Insertion of an advertisement
cheduled to run eevereJ times. Notice tor such correc
tion must be given before the nest Insertion.
Vema Taylor, Business Manager
Dan Coins, Sales Manager
Blair KleHsch, Advertising Manager