2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, October 11.
Public MTvice announcements must be turned
Union by 100 pm If they are to run the next
The Sim Club MedHalor) ire invited lo special meet ing with
the executive governors lrom the Carolina Capital at 7: 30 p m in
101 Greenlaw. A special videotape will he shown and refreshments
will be served.
The Wesley Foundation of UNC will sponsor ancxhihic and sale
of approximately 1 ,000 original prints from the famed Ferdinand
(Men Galleries collection from II a.m. to 6 p.m. The event will
be held at the Wesley Foundation, 114 Pittsboro St.
A field hockey game between UNCand Catawba will he held at
p m. on James field.
Senior or graduate students seeking employment who
want to use the services of (he Career Plannng and Placement
Office are invited to an orientation meeting at 3 p.m. in 108 Hanes
The University Table Tennis Club will practice from 7 to 9
p m. in Women's Gym All newcomers are welcome For more
information, call John Stephenson at 9X3-8166.
The Outing Club will have a potluck dinner at 5 30p mm Battle
Park In case of rain the dinner will he held in Room 207, Carolina
I'nion. Everyone is invited Bring food.
The Carolina Union Video Tap Commute will meet at 7
p.m. in the Frank Porter Graham Room ol the Carolina Union. All
those interested, please attend or call Clarence Burke at 933-5309.
T he UNC Young Democrats will meet at K p m in Room 217,
Carolina Union. Candidates for Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen
will participate at a forum discussion Students and the public are
Delta Sigma PI, professional husiness fraternity, will meet at
7:30 pm. in Carroll Hall Please contact Chip Morgan at 9N-46I2
if you cannot attend.
The UNC Rcrtkn Society will have an important meeting
at 7 p.m. in Room 217, Carolina Union. Nominations for and
election of officers will be held.
The new ly formed Association ot Business Students will hold
an informal gathering at He's Not Here, at 4 00 p.m. All interested
students are invited to attend and to gel to know each other.
A Career Night In Psychology will be held at 7 30 p m. in
Room 202-204. Carolina Union.
Exhibition and sale ol original graphic art including major
works by early and modern masters such as Caldcr, Matisse,
Munch, Hogarth. Rembrandt and Ernst will be held from 1 1 a m.
to 6 p.m. at the W'esley Foundation on Pittsboro Street.
Anyone interested in learning about Koinonla, a Christian
coraffiune in Georgia, is invited to a presentation about Koinonia at
H p m. at the Wesley Foundation.
Open Stag Night will be held at 8pm in the basement of the
Carolina Union. UNC amateur talent will be leatured. Bring your
own wine and beer.
Committee elections for social work gradual students will he
held today and Wednesday, Oct. 12. Ballots will be placed in
students' mailboxes. Voting ends at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Spacey star party to be held
The starry-eyed will have a treat in store for
them tonight with the advent of UNC's first
The Constellation Party is sponsored by the
Chapel Hill Recreation Department. Morris
Davis of UNC's Department of Astronomy will
point out major constellations, primary stars and
different nebulae from 7 to 10 p.m. at Finley Golf
"This should be just plain fun for people
but what is possible.
He says that the government does not
know just what to do, and that the economic
policies now emerging do not mesh
"If the administration argues that natural
gas prices should be low so consumers won't
be hurt, how can it put taxes on petroleum
which will cause higher prices?" Waud asks.
"These are two completely inconsistent
policies by the same administration," he
"If the excess-profit idea is the rationale
tor putting price regulations on natural gas
and for levying taxes on gasoline and
petroleum, that suggests there are monopoly
elements in the industry.
"We have antitrust policies to deal with
that," he adds, citing Rockefeller's Standard
Oil Company which was broken up into 37
different firms in 191 1 as an example of what
antitrust can do.
If excess profit is what is worrying the
administration, Waud says the
administration should get out of price
regulation and deal with the crux of the
problem monopoly elements in the
petroleum industry and possibly in the
natural gas industry.
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although the minimum age Is 18 years, very few applicants
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interviews: PLACEMENT OFFICE, Oct II, 12
INFORMATION: Student Union, Oct 11-13
in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
day Each item will run at least twice
Th Cofleo Klatch provides a coffee house atmosphere lor
conversation with students and professors from 9 to 1 1 p m. today
and Wednesday. Oct. 12. in the Pine Room. All are welcome.
Coffee and pastries will be sold. The Klatch is sponsored by the
A I'NCC Short Course entitled Discussion Group lor Tap
Users will be held at 3 p.m. in 228 Phillips Hall.
One of the world's greatest actors. Sir M ichael Redgrave, acts in
a variety of Shakespearean roles in the first production in the 1977
78 Stewart Theatre series at 8 p.m. today and Wednesday. Oct. 12,
in N.C. State's Stewart Theatre. Tickets will be on sale at the door
in North Carolina State University's Student Health Center in
Raleigh For more intormation, call 737-3150.
The International Folk Dancers will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday
at the Student Center ol the University Prcbyterian Church,
"Orifant" (Serbian), "K i Hivshiloo Eshkolol" (Israeli) and "Jack's
Maggot" (English) will be taught. All students are invited.
ECOS will present a one-hour videotape of Amory Lovins.
recorded Sept. 26, at 7:30 p m Wednesday in 201 Bingham Hall.
Everyone is welcome, especially those who missed the original
presentation Also, a general discussion of ongoing projects will be
on the agenda.
The Student Speech Communication Association will hold
a briel meeting for elections at 7 p m. Wednesday in 106 Bingham
T he Ordul History Society presents Prof. George Makdisi
of the University of Pennsylvania who will speak on "Medieval
Education: A Comparison of Institutions in Islam and the tt est "at
8 pm. Wednesday inthcDey Hall Lounge. The public is invited to
Sim Club presents an introductory lecture entitled
"Enlightenment Through the TM Program" at I and 7:30 pin.
Wednesday in Room 215, Carolina Union. A preparatory lecture
will be held at 7:30 Thursday in the same location. Everyone is
Career Planning and Placement is offering a free workshop on
Resume Design at J pm. Wednesday in 108 Hanes Hall.
UNC Common Caus will meet at 7:30 pm Wednesday in
Room 203, Carolina Union Fall projects and chapter organisation
will be discussed. All are welcome.
The Wednesday Bible Study ol St. John' MCC, Raleigh, will
be held at 8 p m. Wednesday in Raleigh. For meeting place or
transportation call 92o-8843 or 067-9626.
A French Dinner will be held at 5:30Wednesday at the Rendez
vous Restaurant on East Franklin Street.
For all old girl scouU: An organizational meeting ul Campus
Gold will be held it 7 p.m. Wednesday in Room 204, Carolina
Union Come prepared with old songs, new ideas and lots of
energy. Call 933-1704 or 942-7237 for more information.
The UNC Tennl Club will meet at 6 30 p m. Wednesday in
Room 206, Carolina Union. The Friday mixed doubles will be
discussed. Any persons interested in joining and becoming paid.
wanting to know the names of stars, constellations
and how the sky appears tr move," Morris said.
Morris also will answer questions concerning
the wonders and mysteries of the universe.
"This is the first time it's been done here, but I've
been involved with numerous other constellation
parties," he said.
Interested persons should bring a blanket and
meet in the main parking lot at Finley Golf Course
before 7 p.m.
Continued from page 1.
In a shift from the free-market orientation
of the Ford administration, Carter is on the
one hand keeping price ceilings on natural
gas and on the other he is moving towards
higher price supports for agriculture.
"Raise prices in one area, lower them in
another and help consumers?" Waud asks.
TV reported stolen
from Ruffin lounge
A television set was stolen Monday from
the Ruffin Dorm lounge sometime between
1:15 and 7:45 a.m., according to University
Police reports. The set was a Zenith console
with a 22-inch screen. Ruffin resident Susan
Foster reported the theft.
Ann Mellen, 227'$ Millet St., reported a
bicycle valued at $120 was stolen Monday
from a bicycle rack near Saunders Hall. The
bike, a men's 10-speed, is white with a tan
leather seat. 1 1 was d iscovered m issing at 2: 1 5
p.m., police said. Mellen reported the bike's
"chain lock had been cut.
Police said a purse and its contents, valued
at $66, was stolen this weekend from
Elizabeth Ann Taylor of 621 Granville East.
participating members are invited.
T he German tabs will meet at 10 p m Wednesday at Huagies
Heroes. All German speakers are welcome.
The NC Coaatal Club will meet at 7 p m Wednesday in Deep
Jonah. Plant for coastal field trips will he finalised,
i An informal get-together for 8ocll Work Gradual Student
will he held Wednesday evening at the Sidetrack.
The Department ol English and th Graudat English Club
announce a s poetry reading hy the Irish poet Filean Ni
C'huilleanain at 4 p.m. Wednesday in 223 (ireenlaw Hall. Ni
Chuilleanain, a lecturer at Trinity College. Dublin, is appearing hy
special arrangement with her American publisher. Wake Forest
University Press. The public is cordially invited lo attend.
A UNC Short Court, 'Disk Data Set Usage." wilfbc held at 3
p m Wednesday in 228 Phillips Hall.
s An 1 RSS Short Course. Polyvrt, will be held at 2 p m Wednesday
in 209 Manning Hall.
An I RSS Short Course. SAS (Session 2) will be held at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday in 307 Manning Hall.
The Beet Stats Extravaganza ' a day of fun. is scheduled lor I
to 1 1 p.m. Thursday on Carmichael Field. The Drifters band will
hold an outdoor concert, pep rally'and the Carolina Olympics will
be held. All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society.
TOPIC, a new campus speaker series designed with the graduate
student in mind will present its first speaker. Terry Maddox of the
' Graduate Fellowship Office, at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Green
Room of Craige Residence Hall Maddox will speak on"Where the
PI Bets Phi is pleased to invite the public to a sale of
hand weaving and crafts from 1 1 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday on
Hillsborough Street. Funds raised will benefit mountain craftsmen
and help support the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.
Untvsfslty Day, thl annual ceremony commemorating the
anniversary of the 1793 laying of the cornerstone of the East
Building will he celebrated in a public convocation at 1 1 a.m.
Wednesday in Memorial Hall.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The deadline for entries for the fall issue of the Cellar Door is
Saturday. Oct. 15 Poems, short stories and graphics can be
submitted lo either Box 22 at the Union Desk of the Cellar Door
Office. 205 Y Building
1 he Chpl Hill Park and Recreation Department is in need
ol coaches for its girls basketball league. Anyone interested in
working with young girls I parents, students, etc ) is welcome to help
out I or further ml ormation contact Cindy Solic at 29. 1 1 1, ext.
Free portraits for the . l97Yackety Yack will be taken by
Stevens Studios Oct. 24 through Nov. 4. All students should make
University has enough winter fuel
UNC should have enough fuel resources to get it
through the winter satisfactorily and not face the
drastic shortages that plagued many schools and
industries in the nation last winter. University
The campus uses coal to meet nearly all of its
energy needs, says William Finnegan, director of
purchasing and stores, as it is in more abundant
supply and is cheaper for the University to use.
UNC also has approximately one million
gallons of fuel oil in storage, Finnegan says.
, Coal costs, like those of other fuels, have risen
Claims voters not heard
Riggsbee seeks board seat
M ary R iggsbee, a lifelong resident of Carrboro,
is running for the Board of Aldermen because she
believes the present board is not representing the
town's voting residents.
Riggsbee says the board has been listening to
the citizens of Carrboro, and then voting against
She was an organizer of the Allied Citizens of
Carrboro, which she said was formed after the
1975 election with the purpose of removing the
members of the Carrboro Community Coalition
from the board.
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THE Daily Crossword
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23 - face red I
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39 Door sign
42 Shape dough
44 Beyond, old
48 Puts to
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67 Kind of
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appointments any weekday at the Union tieiweenva.m and 5 p m.,
at the Y-t 'mm. between v a.m. and I p.m. or hy calling 933-I25M
between I and 5 p.m.
Are you a resident ol the state ot New York? If your home is in
New York and you would he interested in an internship in the field
of state government please come bv Career Planning and
Placement at 211 Hanes Hall.
I he Midshipmen of the UNC NROTC Unit will celebrate the
202nd birthday of the United States Nav y w ith a Navy Day Parade
at 1:15 p.m. today on the Astroturl Field Maj Gen. Kenneth
Met en nan. Commanding General ol the Second Marine Division.
Camp l.eieune. will be the speaker, and the Second Division
Marine Band will perform.
Th Fin Arts Festival desires graduate students and undergrad
majors le 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 OIA Swain Hall.
AHPAT (Allied Health ProlesMons Admission I est)
applications must be received in NewYort City on Oct. 22 (allow
one week for delivery). Students applying lo transfer into the
physical therapy program al ECU need this tesl lor admission
consideration. Applications may be obtained in 101 Nash Hall.
The Reference Services Staff at the Health Sciences Library is
now oflcring 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 tourth Tuesday of the
monthfrom9to II a.m. in the History Room (second floor of the
library) and the schedule for Ihe remainder of 1977 follows. Class
sie lor each session is limited; therefore, reservations should be
made in advance.
Centurlng-Venturing: A Planning Process for Creatively
Muddling Through Lite end Work is a free mini-course on career
and lilt planning offered hy the Career Planning and Placement
Oil ice Students interested in participating c,. tall Jane Kcndallat
93.1-O507 or come hy 21 1 Hanes Hall.
Chapel Hill and surrounding area businesses are invited to
participate in the third annual Horn and Garden Show at
Northgate Mall. Feb. 23 through Feb. 25. Those individuals
wishing to take part should contactdlenn Gravitt. show chairman,
at 222 Northgate Mall. Durham, no later than Oct. 15.
T he State-North Carolina Football Game may he sold out.
hut you still have a chance to go. Members of the Toronto
Exchange are selling chances for 50 cents, and the lucky winners
will get tickets as well as a case of Coors beer. The drawing w ill be
held Thursday at noon in the pit. but you need not be present to
I he Chapel Hill Public Library will have 9000 books, donated
by local residents, for sale from 10a.m. lo K p.m. Tuesday. Oct. 1 1,
and lrom 10 a m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday. New groups ol books will
be there lo choose lrom every day.
sharply over the last several years. The price UNC
pays for a ton of coal has increased from about $9
in 1972 to as high as $54. The present cost is
around $.10 per ton.
There may be a slight increase in UNC's
purchases of coal this year because of some spot
UNC buys its coal from three different sources
Only a small amount of natural gas is used on
campus, Finnegan says. Some natural gas is used
in labs but none is used for heating.
"The citizens of Carrboro have voted against
supporting a bus system in referendums in 1971,
1973 and in 1976," Riggsbee says. "But this board
ignored the referendum votes when they approved
the bus system."
The Allied Citizens of Carrboro opposes
students voting in local elections, according to
Riggsbee, because students usually live in
Carrboro for only a few years. Riggsbee said the
opinions of students should be represented on the
Board of Aldermen, but students should not
control the board's composition.
- DAVID WATTERS
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Town in path of partial
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A partial eclipse of the sun wjll be
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Jim Manning, assistant director of
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anyone seeking a glimpse of the eclipse
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