2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, October
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements mult be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1 00 p m. it they (re to run the next day Each item will run at least twice.
A UNC Phytic Colloquium entitled "The Dating of Cave
Deposit! by ESR and Thermoluminewene: Application to
Chronology of Human Life" will he held at J: 50 p.m. in 265 Phillips
Hall Coffee and tea will he erved at .VM) p.m. in 277 Phillips.
The Department ol Chemistry will present a colloquium
entitled "The Molecular Bamof Enymatic Hydration" at 1 1 a m.
in J08 Venahle Hall Y Parker from the University of Washington
The Department of Statistics will present a colloquium entitled
"Mixtures ol Gaussian Cylinder Set Measures and Abstract
Wiener Spaces as Models for Detection" at 4 p m in 224 Phillips
Hall. Prof Antonio F Gualiieretti. Ecole Polvlechniuuc Federate
de Lausanne, will speak.
A pot luck cook out for all participants and applicants in the Big
BrotherBig Sister program will he held at 6 p m The program
still needs hig brothers. II interested, apply at the Y and sign up lor
An AWS meeting will he held at 7 10 pm in Room 215
Carolina Union Persons from the Rape Crisis Center will talk
about the status of rape legislation.
The VC. Stale University Student Center will present Jene
Fonde (now starring in Lillian Hellman's Julia) in lecture at ft p.m.
in Slewart Theatre Lor tickets and information, call 7J7-J104 or
go to the box office on the second floor of the University Student
The Socleded Hlspanlci Cerollnes presents a lecture by
John Uronik ol C ornell University at 4-JO p.m. in I oy Lounge. Dey
Hall. Kronik will discuss "Oaldos and the Grotesque."
A poetry reeding will he held at 9 p m at the Art School in
Carrhoro Leal ured poeis w ill he J im Lark and R ichard Pcabody.
Their readings will he followed by an "open" reading. The
What do Leslie Stahl, Jim Hunt, Jane
Fonda, John D. Rockefeller III, Vernon
Jordan, Juanita Kreps, AI Ullman and
Eileen Shanahan have in common?
They each will be making visits to the
Triangle this week to take part in various
conferences and lectures on the UNC, Duke
and N C. State campuses, and will speak on
topics ranging from corporate social
responsibility to media-government
relations to political criticism.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Juanita Kreps
and Rep. AI Ullman, chairperson of the
House Ways and Means Committee, will be
the main speakers-
Over 600 students go Greek this
By ED WILLIAMS
More than 600 UNC students went Greek
this semester, following an extensive rush
program by both the Panhellenic and
"I think fall rush was successful,"
Panhellenic Council President Julie Blazer
said. "We had 339 coeds pledge." Blaer said
more women went through rush and pledged
this semester than last fall.
SG to host conference, workshops
Two representatives of the UNC General
Administration will discuss the University's
rejection of federal guidelines for the
desegregation of state universities Friday in
Richard Robinson Jr., counsel for the
General Administration, and Cleon
Thompson. UNC vice president for services
and special programs, will speak to the N.C.
Association of Student Governments
(NCASG) at a conference and workshop
hosted by the UNC Student Government.
State Sen. McNeil Smith, a candidate for
the U.S. Senate now held by Jesse Helms,
also will address the group.
Smith will speak at 1:30 p.m. in Great
Hall, and Robinson and Thompson are
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script or block initials (allow 2
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COSMOP Book V an will be located behind the Art School from 7
to 9 p m. proceeding the reading.
The U NC Sailing Club will meet at 8 p m. in 204 Carolina U nion.
Current club programs and plans will he discussed. Sailors
interested in attending this Saturday's UVa Regatta are invited to
The Ice Hockey Club will meet at I p.m. in the lobby of the
Carolina Union for practice. Anyone withahig car please bring it.
The International Folk Dancers will meet at 7 p m. at the
Student Center of the University Presbyterian Church. Drmes a
Zdonoine (Croatian). Sukacko Kola (Croatian) and Delilo
(Turkish) will be taught All students are invited.
College Students In Broedcaetlng will meet at 7:30 in Room
21 J. Carolina Union. WQDR-radio personality Pat Patterson will
speak to the group. All CSB members and interested persons are
encouraged to attend.
The Carolina Readers will hold open auditions for Dylan
Thomas' I ndrr Milk oml from 7 to 10 p m. in 103 Bingham Hall.
Scripts are available for check-out in thespeech department offices
in Bingham Hall. Auditions will also be held at the same time
St. John's Bible Study Group will meet at 8 p.m. in Chapel
Hill. Lor location of the meeting or transportation call 929-81(43 or
Seniors or graduate students seeking employment who want to
use the icrvices ol the Career Planning end Placement Office
are invited to an orientation meeting at 4 p.m. in 108 Hanet Hall.
Persons interested in the UNC Travel-Study Program In Graat
Britain may obtain additional information at a group meeting at
7:30 p m. in 218 Pcabody Hall.
A meeting for business administration students will he held
visit Triangle area this
Vernon Jordan, executive director of the
National Urban League and John D.
Rockefeller HI will also speak to
approximately 80 major corporation
Gov. Jim Hunt will be in Chapel Hill to
address the N.C. Association of Certified
Public Accountants at a noon luncheon
today at the Carolina Inn.
Jane Fonda, actress and political activist,
will lecture at 8 p.m. today in Stewart
Theatre on the N.C. State campus. Fonda,
who is now starring in Lillian Hellman's
Julia, will probably include some political
criticism in her lecture, State program
"We had complaints from some of the
rushees that formal rush took up too much
of their time," she said. "But it's the only way
to make sure each of the 10 houses meets
This semester, 693 women registered for
fall formal rush; 288 dropped out.
Interfraternity Council President Todd
Baker said, "From what I've heard from
some of the other houses, fall rush has been
as good as or better than average."
scheduled to lecture at 10:30 a.m. These
speeches are open to UNC students, but the
remainder of the conference is open only to
NCASG members, the UNC-CH campus
cabinet and invited guests.
UNC President William C. Friday and
William Strickland, UNC associate dean of
student affairs, will welcome the group
during the opening session. . .
- MARTHA WAGGONER
If you've ever wanted to change history,
here's your chance
Discover the Armoury, the hobby shop that opens the door
to new perspectives on our world. Write your own history
in simulations of decisive battles with the Armoury's
line of wargames.
The Armoury is headquarters for military models, magazines
and books, miniature figures and rules as well as board
wargames. If you can't find what you want, try our fast
But there's more to the Armoury than its inventory. Someone
can tell you most anything you want to know about miniatures
Discover the Armoury. It's your
Military Hobby Specialists
727 W. Johnson St
Raleigh. NC 27603
Never letting go
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Phoebe Snow's new album is about forever, right now.
"Never Letting Go." On Columbia Records and Topes,
Ramone Available at tha Record Bar downtown and University Mall . ,,w .
at 4 p.m. Thursday in the Carroll Hall auditorium. Information
concerning pre-registration will he discussed.
The Hillsborough Historical Society is sponsoring an
illustrated lecture on architectural history and the architect
Ralph Adams Cram at 8 p.m. Thursday in Strudwick Hall at the
Hillsborough Presbyterian Church. The lecturer will be the
Secretary of the University, John P. Kennedy Jr. The public ii
Bluegress music performed by the "Smoky Mountain
Special." a Live piece hand from the mountains of Virginia, will be
featured at 8:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday in the hack room of the
Ranch House Restaurant.
The International Center presents a film. "Discover America."
at 3:30 p m. Thursday in (he International Center, Bynum Hall.
Mr. Waller Turner will be the moderator of the film. Free
refreshments will be served. Everyone is welcome.
The Qay Rap Group will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday in Raleigh.
For the meeting place or information call 929-8843 or 832-1582.
Auditions for the Lab Theatre production of "Alice in
Wonderland." directed by Dr. Russee Graves. will beheld from 7 to
1 1 p.m. Thursday in I0J Graham Memorial Hall. Performance
dales are Nov. 9 to 12.
A beginning embroidery class will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday in
452 Hamilton Hall. Call Ann at 966-1471 before 5 p.m. for more
The Carolina Forum Committee will meet at 4 p.m. Thursday
in Room 217. Carolina Union. Passible spring speakers will he
discussed. All members are asked to attend.
All Qrall and Valkyrie members are invited to a potluck supper
at 5: JO p.m. Thursday at 151 Morrison. If there are any questions
call Jan ai 933-4070.
The UNC-CH Collegiate Clvltan Club will hold a meeting at
6:30 p.m. Thursday in Connor Dorm.
Career Planning and Placement is sponsoring a free two-part
workshop on work values, interests and skills at 9:30 a.m. Thursday
in the Frank Porter Graham Room. Carolina Union.
The Undergraduate Political Science Association will meet
at 2 p.m. Thursday in the third-floor lounge oftfamilton Hall. This
meeting is open to all students.
Deep Jonah presents Pocket Theatre. If You Don't like My
Oiein. Don'i Fish In My Sea at 8 p.m. Thursday. There is no cover
charge. Bring your own beer or wine.
The North Campua Chapter ol Intervarslty Christian
Fellowship will hear Tom Newton speak on "Incarnate
Tickets are $2.50 for all persons except
State students and can be picked up at the
box office on the second floor of the N.C.
State University Student Center.
CBS television news correspondent Leslie
Stahl and former New York Times reporter
Eileen Shanahan will be the featured
speakers at a seminar on public
administrators and the media at UNC
Shanahan, now assistant secretary for
public affairs for the Department of Health,
Education and Welfare, will open the
seminar at 9 a.m. in Ballroom U of the
Approximately 270 men pledged
Both Baker and fraternity adviser Roslyn
Hartmann attributed the successful rush to a
changing fraternity image.
"We're more than just partiers and
hellraisers," Baker said. "Many fraternities
are involved in community and service
In an interpretive study of 1977 rush
statistics, Linda Rugh, Panhellenic rush
chairperson, found that 22 percent of the
coeds who dropped out of formal rush did so
because they needed more time to adjust as
Hartmann also agreed that many
incoming freshmen have a general fear of
college which keeps them from looking into
fraternity life. "They need time to adjust, to
settle down," she said.
Rugh said an additional 22 percent of the
coeds who dropped out did so because they
were not invited back to their favorite
chance to change history.
7-10 pm Tues-Fn
Sal 1 -10 pm Sun 1 -5 )i'
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Evangelism" at a chapter meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday in the parlor
of Chapel of the Cross Episcopal Church. Everyone is invited.
H inton James presents Bridge on the River Kwal, starring Alec
Guinnessand William Holden. at 8p.m. Thursday in'H inton James
Recreation Room. Admission is SO cents. Free refreshments will he
Films on women In tporta at UNC wilt he shown at 7 p.m.
Thursday. Interviews with Angela Lumpkin and Frances Hngan
will also he lectured during this show on Channel 4.
A meeting of the Orange County Black Women's Political
Caucus will he held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at "A Woman's Place."
110 Henderson St. The agenda includes discussion of the
, organizational structure of thecounly caucus, district organization
and the slate caucus. Interested persons arc invited to attend. For
information contact Mae McLendon at 942-6571.
The Wayne Lall Recital sponsored by the Duke University
Department of Music and scheduled,for 8: IS p.m. Thursday has
been cancelled. The recital has been rescheduled for the same time
and place on Tuesday. Nov. 29.
Maxlne Brown, a representative from Proctor and Gamble,
will conduct a seminar for minorities interested in management and
manufacturing employment at 7 p.m. Thursday, in Room 213.
Odum Village Community Health Service and the School
Of Nursing are offering a three-week course in first aid. The first
meeting is from 7:30to9 p.m. Thursday. For more information call
The UNC-CH Scuba Club will have a meeting at 7 p.m.
Thursday in 304 Woollen Gym. A slide show will be presented and
dives will be planned. Everyone is invited.
The South Orange Black Caucus is sponsoring a "Meet the
Candidates Night" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist
Church on North Robertson Street. The public is invited.
Delegate to the College Republican Fall Convention will
meet at 6:45 p.m. Thursday in Room 202-204 Carolina Union. If
you can't attend the meeting, please call Martha at 933-1946.
Former Gov. Jim Holahouser will speak about succession at a
meeting of the UNC College Republicans. The meeting will be at 7
p.m. in Room 202-204 Carolina Union. A reception will follow (he
speech. The public is encouraged to attend.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Volunteer tutors are still needed desperately! All interested
Carolina Inn with "Friends or Enemies: The
Media and the Administrator."
Other morning sessions dealing with
open-meetings law will follow. The morning
sessions are open to the public for a $5
registration fee. Students will be admitted
Stahl will speak at a 7:30 dinner in the
banquet hall of the Morehead Building.
LSAT taught by practicing attorney
oriibtal study materials
tmx.il croups tap center
summer & compact counts
Suite 102, Crost Bldg. 489-8720
2634 Chapel Hill Blvd. Durhamf?
Legal Clinic Opening
The law firm of Winston,
Coleman and Bernholz
announces the opening of a Legal
Clinic at 136 E. Rosemary Street
(NCNB Plaza above Blimpie's),
Chapel Hill, N.C.This Legal Clinic
will provide routine legal services
at reasonable fees.' " " ' " ' '
The Clinic will provide ,the
Initial Conference $15.00
The, Legal Clinic charges $15.00 tor an initial
consultation session of 30 minutes with an attorney.
However, i the initial conference results in the
utilization ol one of the following legal services,
there will be no charge for this conference.
Uncontested Divorce $125.00
There is an additional fee of $25 00 when
uncontested custody of children or uncontested
division of property ia involved.
$24.00 court cost & $2.00 service of process fee
Separation Agreement $100.00
(Uncontested with limited assets)
Adoptions (Uncontested) $75.00
$15.00 court cost
Name Change ..$35.00
$15.00 court cost
Preparation ol Deeds and Notes ...$15.00
Business Conference (30 mlnutes).$15.00
Simple Leases, Rental Agreements and
Bankruptcies (Non-Business) $165.00
$50 00 court costs
Wage Earner Plans Fee Set by Court
Simple Wills $35.00
While these fees will apply in most cases, they may
have to be adjusted to meet the client's individual
Winston, Colemen, and Bernholz
136 E. Rosemary St.
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Mon.-Fri. 9 AM-5 PM, Mon.-Thurs. 7-9 PM
Sat. mornings 9 AM-12 PM
persons arc asked to come hy thtCampusY to pick up information
and an application.
Overeaters Anonymoue has two meetings a week. One ih held
Friday afternoons from I to 2 p.m. at the Chapel Hill Y MCA. The
other is held from 7 to 8 p.m. Mondays at the University Baptist
Church on South Columbia Street. For more information call
Cyndy at 967-5777 alter 6 p.m.
the Student Consumer Action Union (SCAU) needs
volunteers to work on the new edition of Ouule In Chapel Hilt
Merchants. If you are interested come hy Suite B of the Carolina
Union to sign up.
The UNC Tennis Club will have a mixed-doubles tournament
each Friday at 2 p.m. Sign up by noon in Suite A of the Carolina
Union. Nonmembers may participate for SI.
The Hlllel Kosher bell is open from 6 to 7:10 p.m. on
Wednesdays. Drop hy to eat. play cards, backgammon, checkers,
ping-pong. etc. Hillel is located at 210 W, Cameron Ave.
The OHAT (Dental Hygiene Aptitude Teat) will he given Nov.
II at a cost of $11. This test is necessary for admission
consideration to the professional part of the Dental Hygiene
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airport rr chapel hill COVER CHARGE
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TORN OR DAMAGED VINYL can be repaired!
Inexpensively. Revolutionary chemical process
restores strength, color texture to damaged car
seats and home furniture. Repairs made on
location while you watch. Call today for estimates
or to arrange an appointment. VINYLCRAFT,
CAMPUS COPY CENTER OPENING
soon! On the alley by the big rock next to
the Port Hole restaurant. Watch for grand
opening this month!
VW PARTS & machine service for Do-it-yourselfers
at lowest prices. The Bug Haus
967-7414 evenings for information.
VW GOT THE BLAHS? Tune-ups $12.50
plus parts. Mufflers, clutches, shocks,
brakes, valves, rebuilds. The Bug Haus
guarantees parts & labor. 967-7414 evenings
FOR SALE - GRANVILLE EAST Contract. Call
933-1757 for details.
LIVE RENT FREE this semester! Buy my room
contract in Craige and pay no rent until January.
Call Neil at 929-9598.
i For Sate;, .. ?
NEED TO SELL: entire green wardrobe with
matching pink accessories, four Fiat hubcaps,
and an orange rhinocerous ashtray. Bargain
Prices! Contact Ellie, 933-1901. Keep Trying!
FOR SALE - 1976 YAMAHA Dt-175. .
Bought new this summer. Looks brand
new. Has only 1300 miles. Bought for
$700, will sell for only $400!! Must sell. Call
'68 DODGE DART for sale. Still runs. Best offer.
Call 544-7159. Ask for David W. Keep trying.
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. A
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 DAVIES
STUDENT LEGAL SERVICES needs part time
secretery from nine until one, Monday through
Friday; Typing required, inquire Suite C Office.
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
FM 07 WDBS: Now taking announcer
applications. Also want volunteer news
stringersreporters. Call Bob Conroy 929-WDBS,
ADDRESSERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY!
WorV'at home no experience necessary
excellent pay. Wrife 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 MutuaiLife, 942-4187.
program Test registration forms can he acquired in 101 Nash Hall
or 405 Braucr Hall. These need to he received in Chicago hy Oct. 2 1
(allow one week for mail). I he test also will be given Jan. I .V with a
registration deadline of Dec. 23.
Attention graduate and professional students: Don't forget
to have vour portrait taken FREE for the 1978 Yatkely '.
Portraits' will he taken Oct. 24 through Nov. 4. Call W-I2.W lor
more information and an appointment.
Graduate and professional students interested in serving as
iurors on Graduate Honor Court arc requested to call thcCifSF
office 10a.m. to 2 p m Monday through F riday. ".iJ-5675 or David
Hackleman al W-oMO.
Applications are being accepted from graduate and professional
students interested in serving on the Chancellor's Committee on
Food Services, the Student Stores Advisory Committee and
the Media Board Please call the Graduate and Professional
Student Federation. WJ-5675 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday
MUSIC STARTS AT 8: 30 PM.
MACES $PRIN6S,VA.,H0ME 0F"THE CARTER
TWO EVENINGS OF FINE BLUEGRASS MUSIC.
OVERSEAS JOBS summeryear-round.
' Europe, S. America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields,
$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 45214 W.
Franklin. For more information and registration
call 967-9686. Come relax into joy.
Lost and Found
LOST: Calculator in Gardner Hall Basement by
Commodore - Lost on Tuesday Oct. 11 For
"reward" Call Bruce 929-7765 Thanks.
FOUND JACKET: Call 933 4237 to identify and
tell where lost.
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!
WANT TO BUY: New and used stereo albums
and eMjr!.tt)lleC!i?r'. Good, price's. Call 929
6175(,Jeae.tyane and number..:.:
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.
INSTACOPY offset printing & quick copying
while you wait. 10O?b satisfaction guaranteed.
Check our fast service and low price on theses
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. Call
HAVE YOU EVER ADVERTISED on the cube?
Call 933-2431 or write the "Committee on the
Cube," 1212 Granville West with your ideas for
SOMEONE PLEASE tell Rebecca Igleheart to call
Ruth Ann at (201) 540-8305.
COLORADO JOB INFORMATION. Colorado
Springs, Aspen, Vail. Rush $2.00 Box 785,
Manitou Springs, Colorado 80829
Need' tickets for SC. vs. N.C? I have 4 good
ones: Will sell at regular price or best offer. Call
Hank 929-7036 or 968-9007.
DESPERATE - NEED RIDE to Boston or vicinity -1020-1021
return if possible 1023-1024. Will
share usual. Help! Need to get home! Call Kathy
I NEED A RIDE to(from Atlanta (or that general
vicinity) the weekend of October 21. Will gladly
share expenses. Call Dianne at 933-5185.
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4pard of Dlractora of tht Unhwnrty ol North Carona
dally Monday through Friday during Mm ragular
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and aummw matona. T lottowtng data art to bt anry
Saturday Itatwa: tapl 17, Oct 1, 1, 22, No. I. Tha
Summar Tar HmI lapubllahad woakly on Thuradayi dur
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datarmlna ma Studanl ActhrhTaa Fa and to appropriate
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(1 .1.14 of tha Studarn Con at Hu Hon). Tha Dally Tor Ha
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typographical tona of all adtwrtlawiMnU and to ravbjtjr
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Dan Conk! a, AdwtWng Manager