2 The Daily Tc;1 Heel Thursday, October
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public Mrvict nnounctmnti mull ba turned in to the boa outiiOe tha DTH otficei mtht
Union by 1 00 p m if may ara to run th not Day Each nam will run at least twict
A metiinj ol the CaroHni Indian Orel will be held at ' W
p.m. in iht V -Building Electioni will he held.
1 he UNC Watar Pole Club will play tonight at Duke All
plavcrt are aiked to meet at the pool at 3: JO. Anyone ii welcome.
The gay rip group ipomored h Raleigh MCC will meet at 8
p m in Raleigh For meeting place or information call 929-H4.'or
A meeting of the 1t7l Walk tor Humanity Organlilng
Commhiea will he held at 7 p.m. in the Camput V -Building
Everyone intereited in the walk thould attend ror more
information call the Campiu Y oft ice
The International Center Corlee Hour will teature a IkIc
ihow on Oottingen. Went (ierminv, at J p.m in the International
Center in Bynum Hall. German putnck and collet will he nerved.
A tree reading period ol Carolina Aaadara will he held at 7:.W
p.m in I0J Bingham Hall Pleatc hung a reading of m more than
three minutei that you would he comlortahlc thanng with the
Triangle Area Coalition ol the Moblllutlon tor Survival, an
anti-nuclear power nuclear weapon group will meet t hurw)a in
the Durham Kriendi Meeting Houie at aoa Alexander Ac for
more information call WNd2 or 967.7244 Everyone welcome.
Mature adult atudanla will meet at p m . 1 huradav in Koom
202-204 Carolina U nion. A II itudent ho are 35 or older are urged
William Spencer, coordinator for the National Academy lor
Peeoe and Conflict Reeokitlon Campaign, will pek at H p m
in Ccrrard Hall Hit talk will he open to the punk' and will he
pontored by the Curriculum in Peace. War and Detenne
A Young Socialist Porum on the topic ol "Soclallam end
Damoracy"illlKhtldai7;Mp.m. in the South (iallen Meeting
Room of the Carolina I'nion. dart Sage ol the Raleigh SuohIkI
W orker! Part) will make the pretention at the lorum. which it
tpontored by the I NC Young Socialm Alliance.
Bmy Reevea will be performing in Deep Jonah at 8 p m. Hot
apple cider and other relrethmenli will be told. Bring your own
beer or wine. No cover charge.
The Beat Stale Eitreveoania, a day of lun. it tcheduled lor
2 JO lo 1 1 p it. onCarmichael Field. The Drifter hand will hold an
outdoor concert and pep rally, and the Carolina Olympict will he
held All proceedt go to the American Cancer Society.
TOPIC, a new camput tpeaker tenet dengned with the graduate
ttudent in mind will pretent itt Tint tpeaker. 1 erry Maddox of the
Graduate Fellowthip Office, at 8p m in the Green RoomofCraige
Retidencc Hall. Maddox will tpeak on "Where the Money It."
Beat State activities
The fifth annual Beat State Extravaganza gears
up with the Carolina Olympics at 2:30 p.m. today
on Carmichael Field. Activities will continue until
The activities are sponsored by Delta Upsilon
fraternity and the Recreation Committee of the
Carolina Union along with Durham Distributing
Co. and Eliot's Nest disco. Proceeds will go to the
American Cancer Society.
A pep rally will be held at 7 p.m. today on
Carmichael Field. The marching band, the
cheerleaders, Coach Bill Dooley and selected
playerg will be on hand for the celebration.
After the pep rally, the original Drifter will
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I ALL ABC PERMITS
Whether you're a man or a woman, if you can
agree that you don't feel the ume every day,
then you can probably ajcrrt that you p through cycle.
Those cycles are called biorhythma.
You have three of them. A 23-day physical cycle A
28-day emotional cycle. And a 33Ly intellectual cycle.
You also have up and down penods in each.
And your daily pouoon in each of these cycles has a
lot to do with hirw you teel
Your dailv posiilun in rach uf Ihrsc cycles has a lot lu dt
So it follows, that if you know what your biorhythms
will tie lor any given uay, cnanccs Arc you u nave a prary
good idea ot how you can expect to feel.
That's why people keep trackof their biorhythms. Be
cause by knowing when you're up biorhythmitally you
can be sure you put the tune to gixai use. And by know
ing when you're down biorhythmitally you can pick
yourself up psycholonically.
To keep track of your biorhythms you could spend
hl.am.m) on an IBM W.)c miputer. Or a couple of
hours a day with a pencil and paper.
But you can do all the biorhythmic calculations
you'll ever need on the Kosmos 1 Biorhythm Computer
Punch ti day's djte along with your binhdate
into one ot Kosmos I s memi ry banks Then push
a button and your position in each o( the threv
cyck'S will licht up for you toscv.
You can look h a memory feature on any ot!
biorhythm calculator But you won't hndnne
Push the reverse kevon Kosmirs I and vou'll
see what your b 'rhythms were in the past Press
the forward key and you II see what they U ne
in the future.
You'll know w hen to expect a cntical day,
when vou're crossing from one side irf a cycle to
the other, because a red light will warn you. You'll
Know when to expect a rruni-cntical day, wncn!
you're at the very top or bottom of any cycle
and changing direction, because a yellow bjtfit
will alert vou
lust don't cxnect other biorhvthm calculators tt
have these features Because they'll disappimt you.
Key someone else's birthdate into another Kosmos I
memorv hank and sn their biorhvthm. Then press the
compatibihr'suTiiranty' key and see what percentage of
ume your biorhythmic cycles are in phase with the
There's lust no other practical way to figure that out,
no matter what you use.
One more point K osmos I is also one ul the finest
rot it ruooion anthmeuc calculator rnjc&.
Ridiculous ,hm,,fd ,urply)
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: V .t T7TTT?TTQ 405 W. rranklin jt.
Daphne Atrial will read Irom a lorthcoming novel at 8 p m in
Ml New Wett. All are welcome.
I he UNC Jugglers Aaaoclatlon will meet ut 4 p.m h the Old
W ell Hcginnert are welcome.
Fvcryonc it welcome to attend the Chrlatlan Science
Organlutlon meeting at 6 p.m in the South (.alien Meeting
Room Carolina I'nion Effective healing prater will he the tuhicvl
ol the meeting.
Frederick A. Fithei. Department Unmina ol the Hoard ol
fxaminen for the Foreign Service, will meet ut Itlu m. in Room
217 Carolina I'nion with ttudcntt interettrd in foreign service
office careers. I hv application deadline lot the examination i
Ovl. 2 1, and the date ol examination it I et. J. Morcinlormulionit
atailahk at tne Career Planning (Htm in 21 1 Hanct Hall.
The Alchemlet, I NC't mterditciplinan tcience maguinc will
hu' u meeting at 8 pm in the Carolina I'nion All interested
ttudcntt thould attend
A beginning needlework clan will hegm at ' p m. in 42
Hamilton Hall Call Ann at 9M-I47I hclorc J p.m. lor more
A meeting ol the Young Buddhist Republicans will he held at
8 VI p m in the Frank Porter Graham Koom. C arolina I num.
I he LDSSA ( Mormont) will present "Ancient America Spcakt"
and"lhe Three Witneet"al 8 p.m. in IUI Greenlaw Hall.
Dr, .lamct (iinan, 1'niven.iu l ibrarian, and (iordon
Ruthcrlord. Director ol I nitertily Planning, will meet with
interested graduate and prolckiional ttudcntt and anyone cite
concerned with the plan of the new centrallied library el 4 p m
in III Murphev Hall
Prol Peter A W I ewu Irom the Nasal Postgraduate School in
Monterey. Caltl . will speak on Models lor Positive-Valued and
Discrete Time Serlea at Jpm Friday in 2 J4 Phillips Hall All arc
tnsited. A coflee hour will he held Irom 2 Jtllo Jp m in 1112 Phillips
Sonahbie, Christian Musk- with u dillcrence. will he presented
by the Cornerstone Colleehouse at 8 p m Friday, in the Catholic
Church ol St. Thomas More
The Grad Brothers of Omego Pal Phi Fraternity, Inc., will
sponsor the October ANelr 77 at V p.m. Friday in Great Hull.
Carolina Union. Musk tor thrs exclusne night it provided hv
"1 Kutd Pleasure " Tickctt are SI VI at the door.
VYXYC, It ) PM, it sponsoring a Bluegreee Featlval from J to
begin at 2:30
perform at an outdoor concert until 1 1 p.m. A
dance contest will be sponsored by Eliot's Nest
during the concert. All contestants must sign up at
Eliot's Nest before the contest to be eligible to
Each organization participating in the
Olympics i asked to donate at least $10 to the
fund-raising drive. Delta Upsilon fraternity
brothers also are soliciting $1 donations from
students in exchange for a chance to win coolers,
free dinners, tickets and other prizes that have
been donated by Chapel Hill merchants. Names ol
student contributors will be drawn at random
throughout the day Thursday.
1010 Hamilton Rd.
Juat oil IntvrMction of
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That's why Kosmos 1 figurea to make life easier no
matter how you use it.
10 sum it ail up, no inner pocKci-sizc our
rhythm calculator can do as mucn
tor you as the Kosmos l tuornytnm
Computer and Calculator.
A lot ol uhlettt k p UKk ol ihrlr blu-
ihvlhint. eectutt ll iney n on inr
ur o ol iheli fhvtlcal cycle ihey know
ll'torohtSlyitoodilmr locomaeie. II
ihcy'non ihedimn tide they know they
have in psveh ua. ul cm iilll do well.
It'll make sure you know when to expect a pxtd day
so you can take advantage of it And when to expect a
day when things could he a little rough, so you can
compensate fur it.
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FRIDAY, OCT. 14
10:00 'til 6:00
Stop by Ridiculous Rufus and let a representative
from Kosmos Biorhythm Computers check your
biorhythm for you. Special Introductory Price
onnA thru Saturdavl lbcc
Biorhythm Sporti Forecasting Book
with purchase of a Biorhythm Calculator
midniahi Salurdaj at the-1 Hrcst I hcatrc. I ickcu arc nn sak- at the
( arolina I'nion Desk lor $1.
I he Pltymakara Raprtory Company (PRC) prtatnta Pattf
hr' play Iquua On. IJ through .10 at X n m mi I kivvduss
n nil Suturdayt anil at 2 p m Sundat. I stra perliirmanu's have
hevii added ut K p m nn Sunduv. Oct. 2.1. and at 2 pm. on
Wodiwsdas. Oct 2ti I iir more mliirmatinn call the htix olliw at
Opao utlltlona lm Htendan Hehan't " I he Hostage" will he
hekllriim4loftp.nl Indaj and Irom ,t Hi J p.m Suturda) inil
(iriihum Memorial Hall. II possible, please prepare a two minute
audition piece ( monologue. Mint or dance). I'erliirmancedali'lor
Ihit I ah Iheatre tho are Nm. 17 through 20
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Students who would like the opportunity to atudy In Ortat
Britain should contact Kulrinu Garner at the International ( enter
(.VMMI to make un appointment Mr K ti . t nllins, Direcloi ol
Studies lor Higher Iducation in luiopc, will he m the
International C'eniei. Bnum Hall, on Monda
Anyone interested should check hs the AWS olllct lm details
and events taking pluce inOctohci I hi .tliee i- UkjiccI in Sum-1 .
Carolina I nion
I he National Aaaoclatlon tor Olrli and Woman In Sporti, m
coniunction with International ".omen's Year, is sponsi gt l siaie goseinment please tome hs t ateci I'k
torch rally run Irom Senceu hulls. New Y ork, to Houston, lexus. I'lacemenl ai 211 llanes Halt
Ranana PYnfvrim Ant fn cAttlA
dispute over pyramid power
By EVELYN SAHR did it jokingly. 1 wasn't trying to si
Dietrich Schroeer. associate professor of
physics, and David Craft, a junior
journalism major, are trying to resolve their
disagreement over the power of pyramids.
In a Sept. 7 article in the Daily Tar Wee.
Craft expounded on the "great mystical
forces of pyramids." He cited an experiment,
first described in Playboy, in which a banana
is divided into three separate pieces. One
slice is placed under a sealed dish, another on
a sealed dish, and a third under a pyramid.
Supposedly the third slice will be
preserved because the pyramid is so shaped
that microwaves in the atmosphere in the
atmosphere form bands of electromagnetic
power in a cone shape around the structure
and deflect many of the sun's rays.
In a letter to the editor. Schroeer made a
"sporting offer" to Craft. He challenged the
student to conduct the experiment for 10
days and then eat the banana slice under the
Schroeer teaches Physics 37. a course
which deals with physics in society. As this
type of phenomenon is sometimes talked
about in his classes, he felt that he should be
the one to question the validity of the
Half Original Recipe, half Extra Crispy. So
everybody's happy with the Colonel's chicken.
And it's all finger lickin' good.
Ktnturkii Fried kiiktH.
Chapel Hill: 319 East Main Street in Carrboro'Durham: 609 Broad Street
814 Ninth Street910 Miami Boulevard7005 Roxboro RoadRaleigh: 1831 North
Boulevard700 Peace Street 1314 New Bern Avenue3600 Hillsborough Street
BIG REASON TO COME
TO MILTON'S FOR
Cotton Blend Khaki Suits Reg. $140
Wool Blend Vested Striped Suits $CQ Qfl
Wool Shetland Sweaters Reg. $30
Milton's is a member ot the country's most powerful buying co
op. We pay less for our fine merchandise and pass the savings
on to you.
! : Ul
163 E. Franklin St.
i Downtown Chapel Hill
I housands ol women w til cam a torch in this relav symbolima ihe
hopes and dreams ol women lor equal opportunity I he run will
come thiough Kaleigh on Oct. 20. Women intt'iested in
participating m gctnng inlormaiion should call Manha I ahevre at
2hn-J27 or Jenns I eith at Ihe ( Phvsnal I ducaiion
II vou are interesied in iiitciidiniia talk h Maxim Hiowuahoui
woman In managamtnt, please go h the WS ullicc at Suite I).
( arolina I'nion. to sign up
I he deadline lor mint lm Hit lull issue ol the Callar Door is
Salurdas. (Ki I I'ocms. shoo slones and graphics can he
suhmitied to eithn Hox 2: .u ihe I nion Desk oi tht Callar Door
Ollice, 205 Y Building
I he Chapol Hill Parka and Rtcrtatlon Dapartnwnl is in need
ol coaches loi its gu ls husl.cihall league Anyone interesied in
working with young girlsi patents, students, etc I is welcome to help
oul I ot lurthet inlormatioii conlacl ( ind SoIk at C till est
I ree portraits lor the IVK Vacktty Vack will he taken hy
Sirtent Studios (K'l 24ihioughtn 4 Ml students should make
appointments am i'tkd.n ut Ihe I ninnheiuccii''a ni and Vp m .
al Ihe outl between 1 J in and I p in ot hs tailing utl. 'Jo
ht-tween I and 5 p ni
Nit yuua raaldant ol tha atala ol Maw York? It com lutnit is m
New , oik mill you would he inleicsled man inltiltsliii' in the held
til stale goseinment pleust tome h t ateci rtaiiiitiig and
I did it jokingly. I wasn't trying to sound
aggressive, Schroeer said. "I just wanted
people to realize that the supposed reasons
for this occurrence are pure nonsense."
According to Schroeer. microwaves, dust
like those in a microwave oven, would go
right through the pyramid and wouldn't help
preserve the banana at all.
Craft, proclaiming the challenge is a
matter of pride, agreed to the experiment. It
was launched last Thursday in the storage
room on the top floor of Phillips Hall.
Willie Koch, professor of botany, has
agreed to evaluate the freshuess of the
banana slices M onday. The loser will eat the
results in a banana cake.
Although Craft accepted the challenge
"more or less in fun," he said his credibility as
a journalist had been attacked. "Prof.
Schroeer told me in so many words that I'd
done a sloppy journalistic job."
To insure there would be no tampering
with the experiment, the pyramid and shoe
box. which replaced the dish, were taped to
the floor. "He's (Schroeer) a whole lot more
serious about this than I am," Craft said.
"I'm a journalist, and not a scientist. I
don't know why it works, but if it doesn't. I'll
be really surprised," Craft said.
Mon -Sat. 10-6:30
GRADUATE STUDY IN PUBLIC POLICY
The LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University
of Texas at Austin emphasizes public policy analysis,
interdisciplinary research" and summer internships in
government agencies in its graduate programs:
-Master's degree in Public Affairs
-Joint Degrees Program with the UT Law School
Meet with a representative at:
Office of Placement
The University of North Carolina
Friday October 14, 9:00-12:00 a.m.
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DURHAM -CHAPEL HILL SKI & SPORTS
CLUB kick-off meeting Monday, October 17th, 8
p.m., Royal Oaks Apts, Clubhouse on 15 501.
STUDENTS WELCOME - Binkley Baptist
Church, S.E. corner of University Mall. Rides
available from Student Union (Raleigh 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.
CAMPUS COPY CENTER OPENING
soon! On the alley by the big rock next to
the Port Hole restaurant . Watch for grand
opening this month!
FOR SALE GRADUATE STUDENT
CONTRACT in Craige for male or female. Call
Rich 933-7114. Keep trying.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK only! Long stem red
roses $12.50 per dozen. Cash & carry. Limited
supply. Ftynt's Florist ,310 West Franklin. 967
9394. UN1SONIC 799 Calculator - Has memory. Does
logs, sins, cos, etc. $70. Call Debra, 933-5379
1974 Jawa CZ motorcycle less than 3000 miles.
Needs new battery plus few minor repairs.
Otherwise good condition. Great for around
town. 967-7946 after 4:30 p.m.
FRESH SEAFOOD: Shrimp, scallops, fish, clams,
oysters, frozen lobster tails. Every friday 9 until ?
Saturday morning til noon. Behind Quick Food
Mart, corner Church & Rosemary.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
COMPARDIES RESTAURANT, LOCATED
AT JONES FERRY AND DAVES ROAD IN
NEARBY CARRBORO, WILL SOON BE
REOPENING WITH A NEW NAME AND
NEW MANAGEMENT FEATURING A
WIDE SELECTION OF EXCELLENT
FOODS AND THE BEST IN LIVE
ENTERTAINMENT. HERE IS YOUR
OPPORTUNITY TO JOIN THE WORKING
STAFF OF THIS NEW ESTABLISHMENT
WHICH WILL MORE THAN LIKELY PUT
CHAPEL HILL ON MOST DINING AND
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BENEFITS TO BOTH FULL AND
PARTTIME HELP. IMMEDIATE
EMPLOYMENT FOR BARTENDERS,
COOKS, DISHWASHERS, ATTRACTIVE
WAITRESSES. APPLY IN PERSON AT
COMPARDIES BETWEEN 10 AM AND 3 PM
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.
JONES FERRY AT DAVES
OPEN AUDITIONS before live cameras. 5 male
and 2 female actors needed. Independent project
associated with RTVMP Dept . Thursday, Oct. 16,
7 to 10 p.m. Studio 1, Swain Hall.
CAMPUS COPY CENTER opening soon! On the
alley by the big rock next to the Port Hole
restaurant. Watch for grand opening this month!
ADDRESSERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY!
Work at home no experience necessary
excellent pay. Write American Service, 8350 Park
Lane, Suite 269, Dallas, TX 75231.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Looking for
a part-time job with good income, flexible
hours, and real expnyni.e with a career
opportunity in the business world? Call Jim
Morgan, Northwestern Mutual Life, 942 4187.
Hackney's has storm parkas
The Anorak by Woolrich...a windrain
resistant hooded jacket sized generously
to be worn over the bulkiest clothing.
Ideal for hiking, hunting. ..foul weather
for people who play.
Mall Chapel Hill
AMERICAN PASSAGE: a nationwide marketing
organization has a limited number of openings for
college students to earn an excellent part time
income posting advertising materials on campus.
Absolutely no selling. Write for details to Michael
Gross, 708 Warren Avenue North, Seattle, WA
Lost & Found
LOST: W.F.U. GAME, 14kt Slink bracelet,
Stadium, Sec.'l4C or bathroom near there. Gift
from a deceased friend. Reward. Please call 933
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MY DEAREST BEAR My love for you will
never end Missing you terribly in Paoli Love
WOMEN'S SOFTBALL TEAM members: I am
pleased to announce that as of 3:30 a.m. Thursday
1 am officially an aunt to an adorable 8 lb. 6 oz.
baby boy! "Aunt Clara."
IT'S COME AT LAST! Happy 21st birthday to
Tom Rawls. Hope the phone calls didn't keep you
up. Good luck on your gift. Love, Chele.
VICKI, I LOVE YOUR irish setter! He's adorable
and so are you. Hope to see you both on campus
more often. Stay tuned. Interested.
TO THE TWIT of 29W: In a closed mouth
flies don't enter. Keep yours shut or we can
have it shut for you. Your peers.
RIDE WANTED for child any or all of the
following times. From Odum Village to Chapel of
Cross, 9 a.m. Tues., Thurs., Fri. Return to Odum
Village 12 noon. Could be on bus. Will pay. Call
Tha Dally Tat Haal I publlthad by tha Dally Tar Had
Board ot Dlraetora ot th Onrwalry ol North Carolina
dairy Monday through Friday during tha regular
acadamle yaar aacapt during aam parted, vaeaUona
and aummar aaaalona. Tha following dataa art to b only
Saturday laauaa: SapL 17, Oct. 1, C, 22, Nov. S. Tha
Summar Tar Haal la pubHahad waakly on Thuradaya dur
ing aummar aaaalona..
Olllcaa ara at tha Frank Porter Graham Sludanl Union
Building, Unlvaralty ol North Carolina, Chapal Hill, N.C.
2T514. TaWphona numbara: Nwa, Sporta S33-0245,
S33-024S, 133-0372; Bualnaaa, Circulation, AdvarMaing
Subacrlptlon rata: by third ciata mall, $12.50 par
aamaatar, $5 00 aummar only, $30.00 ptr yaar; by lat
claaa mall, $30.00 par aamaatar, $5.00 aummar only,
$65.00 par yaar.
Tfta C ampul Oovamlng Council ahaH hava powara to
dalarmlna tha Studant ActMtlaa Faa and to appropriate
all ravanua darhrad from tha Studant Actlvrtlaa Faa
(1.1.14 ot tha Studant Conatltutlon). Tha Dally Tar Haal
kt a atudant organlutlon.
Tha Dally Tar Haal raaarvaa tha right to raguhtta fha
typographical tona of all advaitlaamanta and to ravtoa
turn away copy H eonaldara obkctlonabla.
Tha Dally Tar Haal wDI no! conaldar adkiatmanta or pay
man! tor any typographical arroraor arronaoua maartlon
unlaaa noUca la glvan to tha Bualnaaa Manaoar within (1)
ona day alter tha advortlaamant appaara, wKhki (1) ona
day ol racalvlng tha tear ahaate or aubacrtptlon ol tha
papar. Tha Dally Tar Haal win nol ba raaponaibte for
1 mora than ona Incorrect tntartlon ol an advartlaomant
achaduted to run aavaral tlmaa. No tic for auch correc
tion muat bt glvtn bafora tha naat Inaartlon.
Verna Taylor, Butinatt Manager
Dan Cotima. Advartlelng Maner
North Hills. Raleigh I