2 The Daily Tar Heel Monday, October 1Q,h97'
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the OTH offices in the
Union by 1.00 p m ii they are to run the next day Each item wilt run at least twice.
The UNC IE Spaach Taim will meet it 7 p.m. in 103
Bingham. All those interested in oral speaking
competition are encouraged to attend.
The Young Americana tor Freedom will meet at 7 :30
p.m. in Room 205. Carolina Union. Activities for the year
will be planned, and new officers will be nominated. All
interested are welcome.
Lt. Col. Ray Schrump, a former prisoner of war will
speak at 8 p m. in Room 136, Social Sciences building at
Duke. The speech is co-sponsored by the Duke
Republicans and the UNC 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. in Room 202,
Carolina Union. This mandatory meeting is very
important as plans for the October Interim Council will
be finali?ed. Call Chuck Morgan at 933-6348 if you
absolutely can't make it.
A meeting for the Fin Arts Festival will be held at 6
p.m. in l-A Swain 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 History at 8 p.m. in the faculty
lounge of Hamilton Hall. This presentation is sponsored
by the Undergraduate History Association and is open to
(he public. Refreshments will be served.
The Carolina Bridge Club will hold a duplicate
bridge tournament at 7:30 p.m. in Room 207, Carolina
Union. All bridge players are invited. UNC students will
be charged SO cents and all others will be charged 75 cents.
If you need a partner, call Nancy Bolish in the Carolina
The South Campus Committee ol the Carolina
Union will meet at 9:30 p m. in the Morrison Conference
Room. All interested persons are invited.
A meeting for everyone who attended the
Intercollegiate Association ot Women Students Trl
State Meet will be held at 7 p.m. in Suite D, Carolina
Union. A discussion and evaluation of the meet will be the
subject of the meeting.
A U NCC Short Course emit led 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. in 209
An IRSS Short Course entitled SAS (session 1) will
be held at 7.30 p.m. in 307 Manning Hall.
The Policy Committee of the newly founded
Association of Business Students will meet at 3 p.m.
in the Faculty Lounge on the third floor of Old Carroll
Hall. All interested students are invited to attend.
The University Table Tennis Club will practice from
7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. II, in Women's Gym. All
newcomers are welcome. For more information, call
John Stephenson at 933-8166.
The Outing Club will have a potluck dinner at 5:30
p.m Tuesday, Oct. 1 1, in Battle Park. In case of rain the
dinner will be held in Room 207, Carolina Union.
Everyone is invited. Bring food.
The Carolina Union Video Tap Committee will
meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. II, in the Frank Porter
Graham Room of the Carolina Union. All those
interested, please attend or call Clarence Burke at 933-5309.
208 W. Franklin St.
the price of any
medium or large
at a great price!
Good Thru Oct. 31.
.tUp & Sate
GOQ0(IBIS1I? TTGBLMIia i
TO VOTE, YOU MUST REGISTER. , .NOW.
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY
in cnapei Hill
Town Hall (Next to Carrboro A&P)
Monday, Oct. 10 Last Day
8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
(Next to Airport Road Fire Station)
Monday. Oct 10 Last Day
9 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
The UNC Young Democrats will meet at 8 p.m.
Tuesday. Oct. II. in Room 2I7. Carolina Union.
Candidates for Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen will
participate at a forum discussion. Studentsand the public
Delia Sigma PI, professional business fraternity, will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Oct. I l.inCarrollHall. Please
contact Chip Morgan at 929-4612 if you cannot attend.
The UNC Recreation Society will have an important
meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. II. in Room 217,
Carolina Union. Nominations for and election of officers
will be held.
The newly formed Association ol Business
Students will hold an informal gathering at He's Not
Here, at 4:e0 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. II. All interested
students are invited to attend and to get to know each
A Career Night In Psychology will be held at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday. Oct. II, in Room 202-204. Carolina
Exhibition and sale ol original graphic art including
major works by early and modern masters such as Calder,
Matisse. Munch, Hogarth. Rembrandt and Ernst will be
held from II a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday. Oct. II. at the
Wesley Foundation on Pittsboro Street.
Anyone interested in learning about Koinonia, a
Christian commune in Georgia, is invited to a
presentation about Koinonia at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Oct. II,
at the Wesley Foundation.
Open Stage Night will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Oct.
1 1, in the basement of the Carolina Union. UNC amateur
talent will be featured. Bring your own wine and beer.
Committee elections for social work gradual
students will be held Tuesday. Oct. 1 1, and Wednesday,
Oct. 12. Ballots will be placed in students' mailboxes.
Voting ends at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
The Coffee Klatch provides a coffee house
atmosphere for conversation with students and
professors from 9 to 1 1 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday,
Oct. II and 12, in the Pine Room. All are welcome.
VISTA or the
can help you find it.
. A chance w y tj
"The independence, experience
-If you have "heart" for other adn Pecially the gratitude of the
people you don't want to let them J!,on tha" mak UP "
INTERVIEWS: Placement Office, Oct 11, 12
INFORMATION: Student Union, Oct 11-13
Broiled Sirloin 75F
OFF Baked Potato or OFF
(Good Monday October 3 only)
(Not good in conjunction with other specials)
is Student Night
J Anyone presenting a valid UNC ID and a
I copy of this ad will receive
50P off any
regular entree, (except "Big Tex,"
Diet Plate and Child's Plate)
Offer Valid Tues. Oct. 4
Open 11 a.m
7 days a
. F. -....... ,i , .-Tll m i a .i i mn e r ir ii
Friends of the College present
October 22, 23 8:00 p.m.
Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh
Tickets $2.00 at Union Desk.
l- Union hours:
7:30 a.m.-ll p.m. Mon.-Fri.
9:00 a.m.-ll p.m. Sat.
, 11:00 a.m.-ll p.m. Sun. .
Chapel Hill Concert Series
Ruth Laredo, pianist
October 30, 8:00 p.m.
Tickets $2.00 at Union Desk.
UNC students and Union privilege card holders only.
8:00 p.m. BYO
Thursday Beer & Wine
lief bie fUdfiii
Oct. 28 8:00 p.m.
Tickets $4.50 at Union Desk.
Beneath the War
of the Worlds
2nd Floor Lounge, Union FREE
Delta Upsilon Fraternity, Schlitz and the Union Recreation Committee present the
beet state entrauaganze
Thursday, Oct. 13
all activities on
Col tee and pastries will be sold. The Klatch is sponsored
by the Campus Y. . ' ' '
I) NCC Short Course entitled Dlacuaalon Group
for Tapa Uaari will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1 1, in
228 Phillips Hall.
One of the world's greatest actors, Sir Michael
Redgrave, acts in a variety of Shakespearean roles in the
first production in the 1977-78 Stewart Theatre series at 8
p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. II and 12, in N.C.
State's Stewart Theatre. Tickets will be on sale at the door
in North Carolina State University's Studn.- Health.
Center in Raleigh. For more information, call 737-3 1 50
pi Bat Phi is pleased to invite the public to a sale of
handweaving and crafts from II a.m. to 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 12, on Hillsborough Street. Funds
raised will benefit mountain craftsmen and help support
the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.
Univaralty Day, the annual ceremony
commemorating the anniversary of the 1793 laying of the
cornerstone of the East Building will be celebrated in a
public convocation at II a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12, in
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Midshipmen ol the UNC NROTC Unit will
celebrate the 202nd birthday of the United States Navy
with a Navy Day Parade at l:ISp.m.Tuesday,Oct. 1 1, on
the Astroturf Field. Maj. Gen. Kenneth McLennan,
Commanding General of the Second Marine Division,
Camp Lejeune, will be the speaker, and the Second
Division Marine Band will perform.
Tht Fint Art Festival desires graduate students and
undergrad majors to RTVMP, journalism, English and
studio art, to administer publicity campaigns on state,
local and national levels. Interviews will be held today at
6:45 p.m. in 0IA Swain Hall.
AHPAT (Allied Health Professions Admission Test
applications must be received in New York City on Oct.
22 Zallow one week for delivery). Students applying to
transfer into the physical therapy program at ECU need
this test for admission consideration. Applications may
be obtained in 101 Nash Hall.
The Ralarenca Services Staff at the Health Sciences
Library is now offering short classes twice a month on
using the library effectively and on information sources in
specific fields. These seminars will be held every second
and fourth Tuesday ol the month from 9 to 1 1 a.m. in the
History Room (second floor of the library! and the
schedule for the remainder of 1977 follows. Class size for
each session is limited; therefore, reservations should be
made in advance. .. " -' ' ' " ' ' '
Centurlng-Venturlng: A Planning Proc for
Creatively Muddling Through Lite and Work is a free
mini-course on career and life planning offered by the
Career Planning and Placement Office. Student
interested in participating can call Jane Kendall at 91
W ! ciime hv 711 Hanes Hall
Chapel Hill and surroundingarea businesses are invi,
to participate in the third annuarRomt ancTGard,
Show at Northgate Mall, Feb. 23 through Feb. 25. Those
individuals wishing to take part should contact Glenn
Gravitt, show chairman, at 222 Northgaii Mall, Durham,
no later than Oct. 15.
- The Stata-Nojih Carolina Football Game may be
sold o'pj(, but you itill have a chance to go. Members of the
Toronto EKchange are selling chances fqr fifty cents,
and the lucky winners will get tickets as well as a case of
Coors beer. The drawing will be held Thursday, Oct. 13,
at noon, in the pit, but you need not be present to win.
The first annual Carolina AFHOTC Paper Airplane
Contest is "coming Oct. 14. Look for it'A
The Chapel Hill Public Library will have 9000 books,
donated by local residents, for sale from 2 to 10 p.m.
Monday, Oct 10, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct.
1 1, and from io a.m. through 4p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12.
New groups of books will be there to choose from every
in the Daily Tar Heel
... it's no gamble.
Dr. William T. Kohn, Optometrist
announces the moving ;v
of his office to f . ' '
300 Eastowne Drive, Suite 200 '
Chapel Hill . '
. Opposite Blue CrossBlue Shield on the Durham Chapel Hill Blvd.
: Free Parking on the "D" city bus line
Phone 942-4158 or 489-3304
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NEED WOMEN to deliver morning newspaper in
women s dorms. Call 942-5953 or 929-5705.
THE PITTSBORO HERALD, Chatham County's
award-winning weekly newspaper needs a sports
writer to cover high school & football and
basketball this year, plus an artist to cover trials
and other assignments.
This is a great chance to see your work and
your byline in print, and to build your portfolio. No
pay for the work, but Tar Heel doesn't pay either.
The Herald is only 15 miles from the UNC
campus, straight out highway 15-501. Call 542
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UMBRELLA with the initialsT.C. , was left at First
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KNAPSACK FOUND. Call 929-5188, identify,
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BEAUTFUL-EYES. Mr. Mustache, on second
floor stairs Alumni, on a diagonal facing Wilson, in
Daniels last spring. I have to leave and you
wouldn't even tell me your name. Take care.
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Cross, 9 a.m. Tues.,Thurs., Fri. Return to Odum
Village 12 noon. Could be on bus. Will pay. Call
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