2 The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, October 20, 1977
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements mutt be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1:00 pm. It they are to run the next day Each item will run at least twice
A meeting for buslneee edmlnletraHon students will be held
at 4 p.m. in the Carroll Hall auditorium Information concerning
pre-resistration will be discussed.
The HMtaborough Historical Society is sponsoring an
illustrated lecture on architectural history and the architect by
Ralph Adams Cram at I p.m. in Sirudwick Hall at the
Hillsborough Presbyterian Church The lecturer will be the
Secretary of the University, John P. Kennedy, Jr. The public is
Btuegreea musk perlonned by the "Smoky Mountain
Special." s five piece hand from the mountains of Virginia, will he
featured at 8: XI p.m. and Knday in the hack room of the Ranch
T he Inlemetlonel Center presents a film. "Discover America,"
at 3:.W p m in the International Center. Bynum Hall Mr. Walter
Turner will be the moderator of the film. Free refreshments will be
served. Everyone is welcome.
The Gay Rap Group will meet at p.m. in Raleigh Kor the
meeting place or information call 929-IW4.1 or 8J2-I5M.
Auditions for the Lab Thee tie production of -Alice in
Deep Jonah (in the Union basement) presents Pocket Theatre's production of If You
pon't Like My Ocean, Don't Fish In My Sea at 8 p.m. today. Lise Uyanik, pictured, will
"be featured in this play about love and other matters. There is no cover charge. Photo
by Frank Roediger.
Glen Ellen Ski Area Dec. 18-24 - Only $275
Includes: Fully escorted round trip from Chapel Hill, Travel by Amtrack on our own car Full
Transfers Train to Lodge Room and Meals (Map) Daily Shuttle to Slopes Lift Tickets for All
Areas. For More Information: Randie 929 7776 or Small World Travel Agency 942-8534.
Visit the All-New
Lunch and Dinner
5:30 - 9:30 Tuesday -Sunday
Quiche Lorraine 2.40
Barbecue Pork Ribt 2.75
Vegetarian Special .".1. 95
Here, we use our imaginations to daily create
new and different dishes for the vegetarian
eater. Ask your waiter for today's creation!
Comes with salad and your choice of bread.
Rib Steak 2.85
Rib Steak 3.25
Chef Salad 1.75
Ploughman's Lunch 1.35
A light but substantial meal. Your choice of
soup with vegetable or salad Choice of bread.
The New Zoom Pizza 3.25
, plus .50 per topping
104 W. Franklin 942-5151
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Wonderland." directed hy Ur R ussceGraves. will be held from 7 10
1 1 p.m. in lO.IGraham Memorial Hall Performance dates are Nov.
4 through 12.
A Iwglnnktg mbroldaty etew will begin at 7 p m. in 452
Hamilton Hall. Call Ann at 966-1471 before S p m. (or more
The Carolina Forum CommlttM will meet at 4 p.m. in Hoom
217. Carolina Union Possible spring speakers will he discussed. All ,
members are asked to attend.
All Grail and Valkyrlt mambart are invited to a pollock supper
at S:.Wpm. at 151 Morrison. If there are any questions call Jan at
ITic UNC-CH ColaiBlani Chltan Club will hold a meeting at
6..10 p.m. in Connor Dorm.
Carter Planning and Placement tt sponsoring a free two-part
workshop on work values, interests and skills at :.K) a.m. in the
Frank Porter Graham Room. Carolina llmon.
1 he Undergraduate Political Science Association will meet
at 2 p.m. in thethird-floor lounge of Hamilton Hall. 1 his meeting is
open to all students.
Deep Jonah presents Pocket t heatre. You Ikm'i like Mi
Oeon. Ikm'i Fish In My Sea at Hp m Thursday. There is nocovcr
charge Brina vour own beer or wine.
I he North Cmtidui Chapter ot bitervaralty Christian
Fellowship will hear Tom Newton speak on "Incarnate
Evangelism" at a chapter meeting at 7 p m. in the parlor ol Chapel
of the Cross Episcopal Church. Everyone is invited.
H inion James presents Bridge on the River Kwal, starring Alec
Guinness and William Holden. at 8 p.m. in Hinion James
Recreation Room Admission is 50 cents. Krce refreshments will he
Nms on women In eporta at UNC will be shown at 7 p m.
Interviews with Angela Lumpkin and Frances Hogan will also be
'catured during this show on Channel 4.
A meeting of the Oranoe County Black Women's Political
Caucus will be held at 7:10 p.m. at "A Woman's Place." 110
Henderson St. The agenda includes discussion of ' the
organizational structure of the county caucus, district organization
and the stale caucus. Interested persons are invited to attend. Kor
information contact Mae Mcl.endon at 942-6571.
The Wayne Lall Radial sponsored by the Duke l.'nivcrsity
Department of Musk and scheduled for 8:15 p.m. has been
cancelled. The recital has been rescheduled for Ihe same time and
place on Tuesday. Nov. 29
Meilne Brown, a representative, from Proctor and Gamble,
will conduct a seminar tor minorities interested in management and
manufacturing employment at 7 p.m. in Room 21.1. Carolina
Odum Village Community Health Service and the School
Of Nurilng are offering a three-week course in first aid. The first
meeting is from 7:10 to 9 p.m. Eor more information call .1.'. 1-1 761
The UNC-CH Scuba Club will have a meeting at 7 p.m. in 304
Woolen Gym. A slide show will he presented and dives will be
planned hveryone is invited.
The South Orange Black Caucus is sponsoring a "Meet Ihe
Candidates Night" at 7:10 p m. at the First Baptist Church on
North Robertson Street. The public is invited.
Delegates to ihe College Republican Fall Convention will
meet at 6:45 p m in Room 202-204 Carolina Union. If you can't
aiiend the meeting, please call Martha at 9.1.1-1946.
Former Gov. Jim Holahouaer 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 the
speech. T he public is encouraged to attend.
1 he Christian Science Organization ol UNC will meet at 6
p.m. in the Carolina Union. All are welcome.
The South Campua Committee of the Carolina Union will
meet at 7 p.m. in the Morrison Conference Room. All interested
persons are invited to attend.
I he UNC Jugglera Association will meet at 4 p.m. at the Old
Well. Beginners are welcome.
1 he Hunger Action Committee will mcel at 7:30 p.m. at the
Campus Y Building. All interested persons arc welcome.
The Dialectic and Philanthropic Literary Societlea will
feature Max Steele, professor of English, at a meeting at 8 p.m. in
.100 New West Hall Prof. Sleek will give readings from his recent
nuhlications. All are welcome.
The Campua Chrlatlan Fellowship will have its regular Bible
study session at 7 p.m. in the Carolina Union.
The Alchemlal, UNC's interdisciplinary science magazine, will
have a meeting at 8 p m. in Room 205 Carolina Union. All
interested persons are invited to attend.
A beer parly for all sociology undergrade, grade and
professional studente will be heat at 3 p.m. Friday at 208
Ransom St. Maps are available in the Sociology office in Hamilton
Hall. Contributions will he accepted at the sociology office and at
Mate Selection will be the topic of the nest YM-YWCA Dinner
Discussion to be held at 5: 30 p.m. Friday ai the home of Dr. George
I ansing. The talk will be given by Dr Lowman of the psychology
department Come by the Y Building for details.
The AFROTC Airplane Contest will be held at 2:30 p.m.
Friday in the Pit. Pick up entry forms in theCarolina Union and at
Career Planning and Placement is offering a free workshop
on resume design at II a.m. Friday in the Frank Porter Graham
I ounge of the Carolina Union.
takes lots less coins
to keep warm when you
get it at Milton's
Pea Coats Reg. $85
Solids, stripes, herringbones
SllitS Worsted Wool Reg. $200
Sports Coats Reg. $60
Pre-Washed Jeans $22.95
Corduroy Pants Reg. $35
Milton's is a member of the country's most powerful buying co
op. We pay less for our fine merchandise and pass the savings
on to you.
163 E. Franklin St. Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-6:30 Phone
Downtown Chapel Hill Sun. 1-4 968-4408 1,
( He'a missed two I "
f classes trying to
I make up his mind l' have 2 worth ol
1 J I Red Hots. 1 worth of Jelly Beans.
( s,,c" ' Licorice, and 5 worth J
I ol chocolate covered raisins.
ClIEWp Pjs '
For that between class snack
the Student Store Candy
Dept. can satisfy anybody's
Candy & Nuts Doughnuts
THERE'S MORE AT YOUR
STlld! ENT STOHE
A Population Beg-Uicnheon Series, sponsored hy the
Carolina Population Center, will he held at noon Friday at 403
University Square East. Laurie Krieger, a doctoral student in
anthropology, will speak on "Factors Influencing the Occurrence
of Single or M ultiple Pregnancies in Early Adolescence."
The UNC-CH Collegiate Chriten Club will have a bake sale 1
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday outsidetheCarolina Union. All profits
will go towards future service projects. Your patronage would be
A dinner will be held at the Hillel House at 6:30 p m. Friday.
Services will follow at II p.m. Please call by I p.m. Friday for
The Navy end Air Force ROTC units will hold a Veterans Dey
Ceremony at 4:50 p.m. Monday in Polk Place. The ceremony will
include a musical tribute by the U NC Pep Band, a short address by
Dr. Samuel R Williamson and the flag lowering. Everyone is
inviled to attend.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Volunteer tutors are still needed desperately! All interested
persons are asked to come by the Campus Y to pick up information
and an application.
Overeeters Anonymous has two meetings a week. One is held
Friday afternoons from I tfl2p.matlheChapelHillYMCA.The
other is held frorh 7 to 8 p.m. Mondays at the University Baptist
Church on South Columbia Street. For more information call
Cyndy at 97-5777 after 6 p.m.
The Student Consumer Action Union (SCAU,, needs
volunteers to work on the new edition of Guide to Chapel Hill
Merchants. If you are interested come by Suite B of the Carolina
Union lo 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 $1.
The DHAT (Denlel Hygiene Aptitude Test) will be given Nov.
II at a cost of $11. This test is necessary for admission
consideration to the professional part of the Denul Hygiene
program. Teat registration forms can be acquired in 101 Nash Hall
or 405 Brauer Hall. These need lobe received in Chicago by Oct. 21
(allow one week for mail). The test also will be given Jan. 1 3, with a
registration deadline of Dec. 23.
Attention graduate met professlond students: Don't forget
to have your portrait taken FREE for the I97 rackety rack.
Portraits will be taken Oct. 24 through Nov. 4. Call 933-129 for
more information and an appointment.
Graduate and professional students interested in serving as
jurors on Graduate Honor Court are requested to call the GPSF
office 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, 933-5675 or David
Hackleman at 933-6310.
Applications are being accepted from graduate and professional
students interested in serving on the Chancellor's Committee on
Food Services, Ihe Student Stores Advisory Committee and
the Media Board. Please call the Graduate and Professional
Student Federation, 933-5675 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday
"Wanted: performers Individuals willing to donate their time
and talent in performing at locel prison. Especially rock bands,
but drema and individual presentations would also be appreciated.
For more information, go by Bingham 205orcall933-5050(Spetch
Are you interested in a Foreign Service Officer carwrt The
application deadline for the 1977 Foreign Service written
examination is Oct. 21, and the date of the examination is Dec. 3.
fitted polished cleaned
John C. Southern. Optician
121 E. Franklin St. j
fWxt lo tttt ViftJty TTvoatrt '''",
Chapel Hill Alderman
befiewe tfat tiudtnts should actively parttclpttt In town govamnnml.
Delected, I will encourage student involvement by circulating memo
to camput organizations Inlormlng them ol all vacancies on town
boards and commissions.
VOTE NOVEMBER 8
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DAILY TAR HEEL this fall.
CAMPUS COPY CENTER OPENING
soon! On the alley by the big rock next to
the Port Hole restaurant. Watch for grand
opening this month!
North Campus room contract, lot sals, Call 933
8717 for info. Best location on campus!
LIVE RENT FREE this semester! Buy my room
contract in Craige and pay no rent until January.
Call Neil at 929-9598.
FOR SALE: ROOM CONTRACT in Granville
East. Call 933-1982. t,v
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE: 1975 Honda 750,
with Vetter faring. Excellent condition, $1000."
ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO.: 5 Cubic,
foot dorm size refrigerator. Regular 179.95 .
special, only one to sell: $139.95. Phone: 942-3759.
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. CaU
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
Hostesses, waitresses and dishwashers wanted.
Experience desirable. Call Katy Munger for
appointment, 942-5153. Auggies Restaurant.
BREADMENS NEEDS both full and part-time
help. Immediate employment for cooks,
dishwashers and waitresses. Apply in person at
Breadmens, 337 W. Rosemary or call 967-7110. ,
UNIQUE RESTAURANT and tavern opening
soon on the waterfront in Beaufort, N.C. All
positions open. Attitude and willingness to work
valued over experience. Contact The Rogers 728
2133 or P.O. Box 149, Beaufort, N.C. 28516.
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 9470
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 107 WDBS:.- Now taking announcer
applications. Also' want volunteer news
stringersreporters. Call Bob Conroy 929-WDBS.
ADDRESSERS WANTED MMEDlATELY.'
Work at home no experience necessary
excellent pay. Write American Service, 8350 Park
Lane, Suite 269, Dallas, TX 75231.
Lost and Found
Found pitted prescription glasses, middle of road
Dawes Street. Call 942-3728.
HAS ANYONE FOUND my Ohio driver's
license? If you have please call Linda Fortney at
FOUND JACKET: Call 933-4237 to identify and
tell where tost.
LOST: MALE SIBERIAN Husky, seven months
old, sixty-five pounds. Answers to "Nikki." If
found call John Saunders 929-6424. Sizeabte
reward; no questions asked!
WANT TO BUY: New arid used stereo albums
and entire collections. Good prices. CaU 929
6175, leave name and number.
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH ?AtR3;i
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CONDOM SAMPLERS. Learn the difference
. between condoms with one of our famous sample
packs. Preshaped, textured, colored, lubricated
skins, stubs. Designed to increase feualsansfC;
tion. Adam & Eve, Franklin & Columbia (or the"
CONTACT LENS WEARERS. Save on brand
name hard and soft lens supplies. Send for free
illustrated catalog. Contact Lens Supplies, Box
' 7453, Phoenix, Arizona 85011.
SOMEONE PLEASE tell Rebecca Igleheart to call
Ruth Ann at (201) 540-8305.
COLORADO JOB INFORMATION. Colorado
Springs, Aspen, Vail. Rush $2.00 Bqx 785,
Manitou Springs, Colorado 80829
To Mary Astor, "You're good, you're very good."
Signed Humphrey Bogart (Maltese Falcon).
IVE GOT FOUR TICKETS for sale to the UNC
South Carolina game this Saturday, at cost. Call
Dart Hemrick at 933-6348 before Saturday.
DESPERATE - NEED RIDE to Boston or vicinity -1020-1021
return if possible 1023-1024. Will
share usual. Help! Need to get home! Call Kathy
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.
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.
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