2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, October 18,
Public aarvvce announcement! mult be turned
Union by 1 00 p m il they are to run the next
Elect ion of officer! for the newly formed Aaeocletton of
eVietneei Student will be it 3:30 p.m. in the faculty lounge on the
third floor of Old Carroll. Anyone intemicd in running for office
should contact Paul Ante at 933-3201 to tay what office you are
Steve Greenheri. a Chanel Hill CPA, will ipeak on the liability
of an accountant in representing hit clients at a meeting of the
Accounting Club at 7:30 n m. in Room T-7 New Carroll.
The UNC AdaarlWng Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in 203 Howell
Halt- Work on the Sprite campaign for the 19711 ttudent
competition will be orftnind and begun.
The Carolina Union Pertoroisng Arte Committee will meet at
7 p m in the Frank Porter Griham l ounge of theCarolina Union.
All intemted itudenu are invited to attend.
The Outing Club will meet at 6:43 p.m. in Room 207 of the
Carolina Union. A altde ihow will be pmented and meeting! for
upcoming trip announced.
The UNC Ml Club will meet at 7 p.m. in 111 Murphcy. All arc
welcome Bring your duo.
The HeereetJon toctely will meet at 7 p.m. in Room 2 1 7 of the
Carolina Union. The itate conference in Wilmington will be
The Cameu Governing Council will meet at 8 30 p m. in t c
Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Carolina Union.
A public forum, tpontored by the People'! Alliance, will be
held ai 8 p.m. at the Hirgraves Recreation Center on N. Robcruon
Street. The meeting, entitled "Chapel Hill ai an Employer How
Town Government Treats lu Workeri," will feature candidatet for
Chapel Hill alderman, town employee and intereited memben of
the public in an open discussion.
The Ouke Unreeralty Department of Muale will preicni
Horace Fiupatrick of Steeple Alton. England, at 7:30 p.m. in the
East Duke Music Room He will lecture on the initrumenti of the
Baroque and Cluneal Orchestra with particular reference to the
The Women'! Feetrrel Committee of AWS will meet at 8 p m.
at J. Sharpe'l. Bring something to eat or drink. Dciaib of the
meeting may be found on the door of the AWS office.
pi Phi fraternity will hold iu inaugural ball for the Carthage
Mini ton Anne i at 8,5 p m "The Original Drafters will provide
the music. Formal attire is requested.
' The premed predenul society. Alpha EpeJton Oerta. will meet
at 7 p.m. in 103 Berryhill Hill The topic will be Uetrue.
Benson or graduate etudenl eeeklrte, imptoyinowt who
want to use the tervices of the Career Planning and Placement
Office are united to an onenutioa meeting at II am la the Frank
Porter Graham room. Carolina Union.
Career Itannang end Placement oflrn a free wortihnp
on interviewing at 3 p m in 101 Hanei Hill
Career Pluming and Placement iponaoong tm rwr-nen
workshop which will focus on work values, eisema ant ilk Pan
I a at 030am. Tuesday, and Pan llaait JO a m. Ttru forte
ere m the Frank Porter Griham root. Car-Aa I woe.
The CommHtea en Pe Cut wUI ewet at 8 a m am fn
Room. Anyone with ideal for vxproug sra acinei.iina n enc
eccen to the Cube a wtfcoes.
The UNC Table Teua CU sent k ' ; n. a nnn
Gym. AB aeweomeri are wekx-tnr
The tteien Tabai J nert at 1 ijs. at ate timtansiat
Rauunut located eceettee F rent as Sow met a torn
Thc Aaphell Jungea 1 fas ern( v Jree Hnaue. 3e
shown at 7 pot at the CtauMi Hit Pjaec lawv Uaawi a
A UNC Phyeiea Coe eauiied "The Dating of Cave
DepoaHi by ESR and TTarnnohiminesccnc: Application to
Chroaosogv of Human Lde wiU be held at 3:50 p.m. Wednesday,
in 263 Phillips Hall Coffee and lea will be served at 3:30p.m. in 277
The Department of Chemlitry will present a colloquium
entitled "The Molecular Basil of Eruymatic Hydration" at II a m.
Wednesday in 308 Venable Hall. Y. Pecker from the University of
Washington will speak.
The Department of ttetllttca will pretest coeotuaaa entitled
"Muturei of Gauuian Cylinder Set Meenro aw) Abstract
Wiener Spaces at Models for Detecuoe ai 1 m eatanoay sa
224 Phillips Hill. Prof. Antoeae F Ouvkemu. cole
Polytechnique Federalc de Laimiwe. eif ami
Suspicious person sighted in Odum l
vandalism occurs at Beat State
University Polk Monday narrowed the search
for a suspect wanted in connection with a
auspicious-person sighting in Odum Village
Sunday night, a police spokesperson said.
Jeff Naglc told police he and his wife heard
footsteps outside a window of their home at 2 14-A
Branson St. late Sunday night. Police officers
called to the scene searched but found no one in
the area. The spokesperson said they have received
similar reports from the area.
Vandalism at the Beat Slate Extravaganza in
Woollen Gym Thursday resulted in more than
SI 50 damage to a water fountain and a bathroom
door, according to police reports. Lt. Leon Ivey
said the Delta Upsilon fraternity, sponsor of the
pep rally, will be held responsible for the damage.
Two men broke into the Morrison lobby early
Thursday and threw three charcoal grills over the
second-floor balcony, a dormitory desk attendant
reported to police.
Police summoned to Morrison apprehended
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day Each item will run at lean twice
A pot-luck cmiknul lur ill participants and applicants in the
Btg-BrolherBIg Slater program will he held at 6 p.m.
Wednesday The program still needs big brothers. If interested,
apply at the V and sign up for the dinner.
An AW meetkva will he held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Room
215 Carolina Union. Persons from the Rape Crisis Center will talk
about the sinus of rape legislation.
The N.C. Stale University Student Center will present Jane
Fonda (now starring in I illiin Hellmani Julia) in lecture it 8 p.m.
Wednesday in Stewart Theatre. For tickets and information, call
737-3104 or go to the box office on the second floor of the
University Student Center.
The Sodedad Hlapanlca Caroline presents a lecture by
John Kronik of Cornell University at 4:30 p m. Wednesday in Toy
lounge, Dey Hall. Kronik will discuss "Galdiw and the
A poetry reading will be held 11 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Art
School in Carrboro. Featured pocti will be Jim l ark and Richard
Pcabody Their readings will be followed by an "open reading.
The COSMOP Book Van will he located behind the Art School
from 7 to 9 p.m proceeding the reading.
The UNC Sailing Club will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in 204
Carolina Union. Current club problems and plans will he
discussed. Siilort interested in attending this Saturday's UVa
Regatta are invited to attend.
The Ice Hockey Out will meet at I p a. Wednesday in the
lobby of the Carolina Union for practice. Anyone with a big car
please bring it.
The International Folk Dancera will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday
at the Student Center of the University Presbyterian Church.
Drmet u Zdonoine (Croatian), Sukacko Kolo (Croatian) and
Delilo(Turkiih) will he taught. All students are invited.
Co 01 Bludente bt Broedcaatlng will meet at 7:30
Wednesday in Room 213. Carolina Union. WQDR-radio
personality Pal Paiieraon will speak to the group. All CSB
members and interested persons are encouraged to attend.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The DHAT (Dental Hygiene Aptitude Teal) will he given Nov.
II at a con of til Thn test is necessary for admission
romideritKie to the profemonal part of the Dental Hygiene
program Teat registration forms can be acquired in 101 Nash Hall
or 405 Brauet Hill These need to be received in Chicago by Oct. 21
tallow one week for mail) The test also will be given Jan. 13, with a
regutratsn deadline at Dec. 23.
Aiientioa grediieeg and pro leea tonal atudenta: Don't forget
to have war portru take FREE for the 1978 Yatktlv Yak.
Porn-am will te take Oct. 24 through Nov. 4. Call 933-1259 for
more miormum and an appointment.
Graduate and irotttuonal uudcnii interested in serving as
won on GV-eoueH leonor Court arc requested 10 call Ihe GPSF
ftrfinr f. if.: am Woadt) through Friday. 9.13-5675 or David
Vreuioatinai mw brag accepted from graduate and professional
wiiA-m awFiMM a emwg on the Cnanceftor'e Conwitttee on
M kWvce. He Itudenl Store Adeteory Commute and
he atej Beevd Please call the Graduate and Professional
Si-unim Fejenetan. 33-57S between 10 a.m. and 2 p m. Monday
"Tie Jirirwn m of North Carolina's Seashores." a slide
ve evt-ire aad dacuxswn directed by Orvin Pilkey, will be held
' AI . tlrdnnday in Room 202. Carolina Union. Pilkey. a
Puiti gxieogat a the author of Mow To Uw Mun An IshnJ The
rm a tauaiored by the N.C. Coaetal Club.
Aneae aitereiied in working on the Black Ink adnrtlarng
aad snook) ronucl Elliott Lynch at 933-4474 by Wednesday.
Wanted: peiiomtere. Individuals willing to donate their lime
and latent in performing at a local praon Especially rock bands,
but drama and individual prcsentationi would also be appreciated.
For more information, go by Bingham 205 or call 933-50 50(Speech
Are you intereited in 1 Foreign Service Offtoer career? The
application deadline for the 1977 Foreign Service written
examination a Oct. 21, and the date of the examination U Dec. 3.
More information ia available at the Career Planning and
Placement Office. 211 Hanei Hill.
AI SIMS Club madstalon who practice the T M technique are
invited to group meditations at 1 1:30a.m. and 1 2: 1 5 p.m everyday
in 104 Murphcy. Please be prompt.
There will be no Novice Crew Team practice until we gel our
waiver forms. You will he contacted when practice resumes. Any
questions, call George or Selh.
two suspects but later released them, saying the
two intoxicated men admitted they had entered
the building illegally and said they would pay for
damages totaling $25. There were no arrests.
Diane Travis of 246 Craige told police her room
was ransacked after she had left it at 2 a.m. last
Sunday. When she returned at 4:40 a.m., she
found her purse emptied on her bed, chest drawers
ransacked and flower pots knocked to the floor.
Police reports indicate the suspects entered
through the room window and exited via the door.
Missing items included a clock radio, a portable
TV and $2 in change. Total value of the missing
items is SI 82.
James B. Snider of 734 Hinton James reported
his $200 bicycle missing from the bike rack outside
Dey Hall early Wednesday, police said. Snider
told police he had locked his bike with a cable
wrapped through both wheels and the rack.
Police said Garland Wayne Blackwell reported
that he was assaulted with a water balloon while
walking past Old East Friday afternoon.
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By KEITH HOLLAR
Two recent mishaps resulting in injuries
to bus passengers provoked warnings from
Chapel Hill Transportation Department
officials of the potential dangers awaiting the
"We just want to make students more
aware of the safety problem," Bert
Gurganus, Chapel Hill Transit System's
operations superintendent, said recently.
"We're trying to make the drivers aware of
the safety problem, and they're very
conscious of it."
One accident occurred when a passenger
got off a bus through a front exit and walked
into the path of a motorcycle. In the other
mishap, a student attempting to chase down
a U -route bus was struck by a car. Gurganus
said neither mishap resulted in serious
But he said these accidents illustrated a
point: "The potential is very great for serious
"Just because a bus is stopped doesn't
mean the traffic flow has stopped,"
Gurganus said. Students hurrying to get to
class are often guilty of exiting at the front
and stepping into the street without checking
for oncoming traffic, he said.
At a bus drivers' meeting last week,
transportation officials requested that
drivers ask passengers to exit at the rear door
of the bus. But the policy of exiting at the
rear is not new.
"That's the way we operate," said bus
dispatcher Whit Thomas. "The rear exit is
the safe exit, and you avoid oncoming
But, he said, some riders are stubborn and
do not want to cooperate. "We can't fight
with them. We can just warn them."
Thomas said the transportation
department is preparing informational cards
to help get the message across.
"We're going to put up cartoon-type signs
in the buses warning riders what can happen
when they get off the bus," he said.
"We'll use illustrations and words (on the
cards) asking people to exit at the rear
doors," said Bill Callahan, transportation
administrative assistant. "We want
something to stick in people's minds."
Gurganus said bicyclists and
motorcyclists who weave in and out of traffic
also create dangerous situations.
"A lot of bicyclists do some pretty silly
things, such as riding between a bus and the
curb when the bus is about to make a stop,"
he said. "That can be fatal. It's difficult for
drivers to see bicyclists with a 35-foot bus
and two mirrors.
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TWO IfDPORTRNT EVENT.S
mfl'RK YOUR CflLENDflR
Malcom Scholl, the designer of the new
UdiOanatUSt PhCKeMgtf speaker line
and Dr. Tominari, the designer of the Dynavctor
cartridge and the world's only $595 tone arm will
be here on Wednesday, October 19, from Noon 6
PM to meet the public and answer your questions!
The new Phase Matrix speakers add a third
dimension to stereo imaging. Optimum dispersion
coupled with the unique Phase Matrix eliminates
phase cancellation. The result is stereo imaging
unsurpassed by speakers costing far more.
The Dynavector cartridge takes the basic moving
coil principle and develops it into new standards
of perfection and performance. Each individual
part has been designed and crafted to achieve
previously unheard-of tolerances. This precision
gives Dynavector its amazing output and crosstalk
Meet the men behind both of these outstanding
components on Wednesday, October 19.
That's right an Audio Auction! Stereo Sound will
be auctioning off any components which you wish
to offer for sale, as well as many new, used,
discontinued and demo components from their
stock. If you're interested, come by for further
details. Check next week's Advocate for the time
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mishaps result in injuries
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According to Bed Gurganus of the Chapel Hill Transportation persons pushing and
Department, students aren't being as careful as they should be stops before the bus
at bus stops. One of the biggest problems, Gurganus said, is numbers of persons
"There are some people who are very bwjii.mmm,.:M
conscientious, but those who aren't make all
the bicyclists took bad."
. Gurganus cited several other situations
brought to his attention by the bus drivers
which created hazards involving buses:
Persons getting between buses when
more than. one bus is unloading at the same
stop. "If something happens to the brakes
and the bus rolls, it can sandwich them
between the buses."
Persons standing at the edge of the curb
on Columbia Street near the Scuttiebutt.
Because the edge of the street dips toward the
curb, the buses lean to the right, and anyone
standing too closely may be struck by the
Persons "pushing and shoving and
jumping off the curb" at bus stops before the
bus stops. This is particularly a problem
when large numbers of persons are waiting
to board a bus, and fearing they may be left.
John C. Southern, Optician
121 E. Franklin St.
Next lo tht Varsity Thoatre
THE FELLOWSHIP of Christian Athletes will
meet tonight in Kenan Fieldhouse at 8:00 p.m.
Everyone is welcome!
IF YOU ENJOY HIKING, biking, canoeing,
climbing, etc., the Outing Club is for you. Come to
our meetings Tuesdays at 7:00 in the Union.
ITS COMING! Did you miss out? Attend UNC
Ski Club 77! Tuesday, Oct. 18, 7:00 p.m. in 111
IT'S COMING! Ski Killington, Vermont with the
U.N.C. SKI CLUB. Only $165.57 for
transportation, lodging, 5-day lift, 2 meals daily
and all the partying you can handle! Contact Bill
Verch 933-2567. Or come to Ski Club!
CAMPUS COPY CENTER OPENING
soon! On the alley by the big rock next to
the Port Hole restaurant. Watch for grand
opening this month!
WILL TRADE NIKON F-2 system with Photomic,
24mm, 50 mm-f.14, 105 mm lenses, filters, case,
hotshoe, etc. for equivalent Leica rangefinder
system. Call 929-5775
FOR SALE - GRANVILLE EAST Contract. Call
933-1757 for details.
FOR SALE: A good pair of Docksiders almost
new but I can't wear them. $21.00. Call Jean 12:00
'68 DODGE DART for sale. Still runs. Best offer.
Call 544-7159. Ask for David W. Keep trying.
1974 YAMAHA RD-350. Excellent Condition.
$600 or best offer. Call 933-5801, after 6 p.m. or
SEASONED HARDWOOD for sale. Ash,
oak, hickory. Large pickup load delivered and
stacked 35.00, special discount for students
since I'm one myself, 942-1394 evenings.
1 PAIR FRYE BOOTS - factory seconds. E
bargain at $25. Tan crepe-soled boots $20. Pair
Swedish clogs $10. All sizes 9-10 and of fine
quality. Call 929-8231. Will negotiate.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
COMPARDIES RESTAURANT, LOCATED
AT JONES FERRY AND DAVIES 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
ENTERTAINMENT MAPS. NOW HIRING
AT TOP WAGES AND OFFERING BEST
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
FM 107 WDBS: Now taking announcer
applications. Also want volunteer news
stringersreporters. Call Bob Conroy 929-WDBS.
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 experience with a career
opportunity in the business world? Call Jim
Morgan, Northwestern Mutual Life, 942-4187.
NEED a part-time hard working employee with
good typing skills to work weekday afternoons
addressing letters and making catalogues. Call
498 8783 between 2 and 5 P.M. weekdays for
shoving and jumping off the curb at bus
stops, particularly a problem when large
are waiting. Staff photo by Fred Barbour.
OVERSEAS JOBS summeryear-round.
Europe, S. America, Australia, Asia, etc. Airfields,
$500-$1200 monthly. Expenses paid, sightseeing,
Free inform. Write: International Job Center,
Dept. NL, Box 4490, Berkeley, CA 94704
NEW YOGA CLASSES with Hannah Baggins
begin Oct. 26 at The Yoga Place 452 W.
Franklin. For more information and registration
call 967-9686. Come relax into joy.
LOST: MALE SIBERIAN Husky, seven months
old, sixty-five pounds. Answers to "Nikki." If
found call John Saunders 929-6424. Sizeable
reward; no questions asked!
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.
INSTA-COPY offset printing .& quick oopVirifc
while you wait ltXH'sarfefa'iSifin;. guarantee dv
.Check our, fast service ad"totlf ,prpiIflirt these
work. Insta-copy, corner of Franklin & Columbia
(over the Zoom). 929-2147.
I'M LOOKING FOR fellow amateur herps. to
discuss our mutual hobby, compare collections,
etc. Faculty and student calls welcomed. CaD
HAVE YOU EVER ADVERTISED on the cube?
Call 933 2431 or write the "Committee on the
Cube," 1212 Granville West with your ideas for
DUSTY, You said that you talk yourself out of
things. This time, talk yourself into something. A
woman has the right to change her mind.
SOMEONE PLEASE tell Rebecca Igleheart to call
Ruth Ann at (201) 540-8305.
THANK YOU TO ALL patrons of Saturday's
free flick for your patience, good will, and
understanding. You make it a pleasure to
serve you - Sat. Night Staff
TO DICK'S BAKER'S DOZEN: Lynn, Eddie,
James, Penny, Dea, Ann, Cowan, Elizabeth,
Wolfe, Margaret, Marion, Coltrane, Taylor.
You're all fruit cakes, hope you keep your buns
warm in Carthage!
COLORADO JOB INFORMATION. Colorado
Springs, Aspen, Vail. Rush $2.00 Box 785,;
Manitou Springs, Cobrado 80829
WANTED: TWO TICKETS for UNC SC game.
Call 929-8672 after 6 p.m. please.
I NEED A RIDE to(frpm Atlanta (or that general
vicinity) the weekend of October 21. Will gladly
share expenses. Call Dianne at 933-5185.
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(1 .1,14 X tiuoant Conatttutlon). Tha Doty Tar Heal
la a atuoarrl prganbatlon.
Ttsa Dally tar'Btal raaam (h right to rafufete 9m
torn away oopy.tt oonatdar obyKtJonaMa.
The Da Tm Haal wWnot onttatnat adpjatemiH araay
on day tttor the acfcertoeinont appear, atcttat (1) WW
day ol reoaMne. ttw Mar ahee or Mboripaii at Ma
paper. Tta Dally Tar Heel jt not be ruponifcn lar
asere ttaw one bieorroct tneerdon of art idvirHiiiinl
KwH to run several Itme. Nottc tor men oorree
bob muet be (taen before tie mat toaerao.
Vem Taylor, Buelneaa Manager
Dan CeltM, AdwtMng Manager