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2 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, October 21, 1977
campus calendar-
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements must foe turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1 00 p m If they are to run the next day Each item will run at least twice
ACTIVITIES TODAY
A beer party for all sociology undergrade, grade ami
proleeekmai students will he hrld al .1 p.m. at 208 Rauom Si.
Maps are available in the toctology office in Hamilton Hall.
Contributions will be accepted at the sociology oflice and at the
party.
Met Selection will he the topic of the next YM-YWCA Dinner
Discussion to he held at 5. JO p.m. at the home of George Lansing.
The talk will he given by Joseph Lowman of (he psychology
department Come h Ihe Y Building for details.
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FINLEY GOLF COURSE
Saturday,
Runs of 2
Sponsored
'All ages and abilities
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For The Least!
Other Hi-FI stores can offer
equipment, but only VICKER'S
best In HI-FI at such Incredibly
The Turntable- B.I.C.'s rave reviewed
model 940 multiple play belt drive
complete with walnut base, dust cover
and Shure M91ED cartridge.
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The Receiver- Harmon Kardon's
famous 330c; consumer rated "best buy"
with the exclusive wide bandwidth design
for low distortion and lightning fast
reflexes.
INSTANT CRT.DIT
If you're brrwn the ages of 21 and 65, empUrd full
your credit is automatically approved for up to $525 if
a V !- "c
Auto, Singer or any major air lines.
Amounts over 1525 can also
Hours:
Mon., Thurs., Fri. 10am 8pm
Tue-s., Wed. 10am 6pm
Sat. 10am 5:30pm
Phone: 929-HIFI
STAY TUNED TO WDBS-FM 107 TO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN
A PAIR OF INFINITY SPEAKERS FROM WDBS VICKERS
SPONSORED
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WHEN:
This Sunday, October 23.
Equipment may be seen after 12 noon.
Auction begins promptly at 2 p.m.
PLACE:
University Square parking lot.
(Granville Towers Franklin St. side)
WHAT:
We will auction off for you any piece of audio equipment you
wish to sell. All equipment being offered for sale should be
brought to Stereo Sound before 6 p.m., Saturday, October
22!
We will also be auctioning off many new, used and demo
items from our own stock. If you're looking for great deals
on used equipment as well as new equipment such as
$ kenwood amps and tuners and fwfilc multiple-play
manual turntables, this is a golden opportunity!
We will accept cash, local checks, VISA and MasterCharge.
In case of rain, auction will be held on Sunday, October 30.
I he AFROTC Airplane Contest will be held at 2 :.W p m in the
Pit. Pick upcntryfortmintheCsrolinal'nionandBttenoirHall.
Career Planning and Placement is oflering a free workshop
on resume design at 1 1 a m in the h rank Potter Graham l ounge of
the Carolina Union.
A Population Bag-Luncheon Series, sponsored by the
Carolina Population Center, will he held at noon at 405 University
Square East. Laurie Krieeer. a doctoral student in anthropology,
win speak on "Factors Influencing the Occurrence ot Single or
Multiple Pregnancies in Early Adolescence."
The UNC-CH CoHeglate Crritan Clue will have a bake sale
RUN AT
Oct. 2211 a.m.
miles and 6 miles
by Orange County
Track Club
encouraged to come out and run!
savings on namebrand
AUDIO can offer the very
low prices.
The Speakers- are the
Genesis model 2-way
speakers with an 8"
woofer and a 1"
ferri-fluid, accompanied
by a lifetime warranty.
time and live within 50 miles of Chapel Hill
you have any of the following crcdtV cardY
oiauc, renney, Master l.haroe. Western
be easily arranged.
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trom 9 a.m. to .1 p.m. outside the Carolina Union. All profits will go
towards future service protects. Your patronage would be greatly
appreciated.
A dinner will he held at the Hlllel House al 6 )11 p.m. Services
will lollnw at 8 p.m. and a coffeehouse will be held at SI p.m.
Everyone is invited to an aN-campus party, featuring Eastern
Seaboard, from H to 12 pm. across trom the planetarium on
Rosemary Street between the Delta Tau Delia (4l 1 1) and lau
Epsilon Phi (TEPl Houses. The party is sponsored by I LP.
Lambda Chi Alpha and DTD BYOB.
A conference of the North Carolina Association ol Student
Government will be held Irom 9 a m. to 4 pm the campus is
invited to hear representatives of the UNC general administration
at 10 30 a.m. and Sen. McNeil Smith at 1:30 p m
UPCOMING EVENTS
The UNC Water Polo Club will hold a meeting and practice at
p.m. Saturday in Bowman lira) Pool. Newcomers are welcome.
1 he All Force ROTC Unit wilt sponsor a paper airplane contest
al 2:30 p.m in the Pit. Standard K.5 h 1 1 -inch paper should be
used. Airplanes will he judged on creatoiiv and long-distance
flight. Everyone is invited.
Ihe Pyramid Club nl the Kappa ( (micron Chapier of Delia
Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. will host a Jam Irom 10 pm to
whenever on Saturday in Upendo Lounge. A 25-cenl donation will
be appreciated.
I he Mid- and South Campus chaptersot Inter-Varsity Christian
Fellowship arc having a square dance ai H p m Saturday in the
Icllowship hall ol St. Thomas More Catholic Church.
J
AND BEACH CLUB PRESENTS
KANSAS
- WITH SPECIAL GUEST -ATLANTA
RHYTHM SECTION
SUNDAY -NOV. 6th -8 P.M,
7500 Limited Advance Tickets, $7 ea.
Note: Alter limited advance Tickets are
sold the ticket price will be '8.00
ON SALE - GREENSBORO COLISEUM
OR BELK'S IN CHAPEL HILL
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STOCK UP
FOR THE
WEEKEND!
Blue Nun 2.99
Matcus Rose 2.59
Beamister Licbfraumilch 2.75
Giacobazzi Lambrusco 2.19
Andre Champagne
and Cold Duck 1.99
Tuborg Gold 61.49
Schlitz Light 123.15
6-Pak Pepsi Cans 1.19
PARTY BEVERAGE CO
301 WEST FRANKLIN 967-4535
jjJ3 CI
(ft KENWOOD
Hrs: Mon., Thurs., Fri. 108
Tues., Wed., Sat. 106
STEREO SOUN
I he Orange County Track Club is sponsoring two lun runs at
II a.m. Saturday at FinleyCiolf Course. Separate events of two and
six mites will he held Men and women of all abilities and levels of
exnerienct are invited to participate. Runners should meet on the
far side of the fairway across from the clubhouse. No entry fee will
be charged.
Common CauseNC, Ihe citizens lobby, will hold its annual
meeting Irom 9 am to 3:30 p mat Meredith College. The program
includes Rep. Patricia Hunt. Milton Heath ol Ihe Institute of
(iovernment and a representative of Common Cause National. All
interested persons are urged to attend. For a ride call 929-9IHI.
The UNC Jugglers will meet al 3 p.m. Sunday by the Old Well.
Beginners ire welcome.
An all-you-can-eat bagels and Ion get-together will he held
al 1 1 a.m. Sunday al the Hillel House. The price ol admission is J2
for affiliates and S2.50 lor non-affiliates.
The Mid-Campus Chapter ol Inter-Varslly Christian
Fellowship will meet at It p.m Sunday in the parlor of Chapel of
Ihe C ross Billy Peebles will speak on "Evangelism and the Bod) of
Christ." All interested persons are welcome.
DignityIntegrity, an ecumenical religious group ol Roman
0 alholic and Episcopal gays and others, will be having a politick
supper at 5:30 p m. Sunday at Ihe Newman Center. 210 Pitlshoro
St Eor more inlormation contact Hoagie Aaskins al 929-2329.
The Lover and Ihe Logician is the title of the forum addrcssol
Mar) McDermol! Shidelcr al Ihe first ol lour University-C hurch
Weekends to he held at 7:30 pm. Sunday at West Raleigh
Preshytenan Church. I he services aie open to the public and are
seen as an integral part of the weekend discussion. Eor more
inlormation call Rulus H. Stark II at 821-5484.
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942-8546
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I he Young Democrats ol Orange County will have I homai
W Lambeth and Phillip J. Kirk, campaign directors for Ihe Right
In Reject or Re-F.lect Committee, as their featured speakers at their
meeting al 7:30 p m. Sunday al the Carolina Inn. The public is
welcome.
meeting of the Fine Arts Festival will be held at 6 p.m.
Monday in l-A Swain Hall.
A UNCCC Short Course entitled PL1 (Session 1) will be held
at ' p m Mondsv in 228 Phillir Hall
POOR
, The area's only authentic surplus store
' NEW ARRIVALS!
Wool Pants
Denim Overalls
Navy Fatigues
6-Pocketed Field Jackets
Wool Jackets
Thermal Underwear
10 OFF ON MOST NEW WINTER COATS
RICHARD'S
Open 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday - Saturday
Open Sundays
1:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.
Eastgate Shopping Center
Around the Corner Next to Eckerd's
DTH Classifieds
Announcements
PARENTS AND FRENDS OF UNC. Don't miss
out on all the campus news. Subscribe to THE
DAILY TAR HEEL this fall.
For Rent
FOR RENT 2 BR APT. rural area, central air.,
heat, large kitchen, bath, sun deck, 225.00 month.
Call 933-9736 7 p.m.-lO p.m. Mon. Fri., Sat. 9
a.m.-lO p.m.
FOR SALE: ROOM CONTRACT in Granville
East. Call 933-1982.
For Sale
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE: 1975 Honda 750,
with Vetter faring. Excellent condition, $1000.
Call 967-1086.
ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO: 5 cubic foot '
dorm-size refrigerator, regular 179.95 special,
only one to sell: $139.95. Phone: 942-3759.
Help Wanted
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
98109.
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.
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
appointment.
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
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: Leaking 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.
SMALL PRESS SALESFINANCIAL CO
ORDINATOR. Position open now, second driver
for Cosmep Van Project based in Carrboro.
Sales, bookkeeping, and long-distance driving
skills required as well as a familiarity with the small
press movement and a willingness to travel
throughout Southeast. $6,000.00 plus travel
expenses to start. Write immediately: Cosmep
Van Project, Box 209, Carrboro, NC 27510.
HOSTESSES, WAITRESSES and dishwashers
wanted. Experience desirable. Call Katy Munger
for appointment, 942-5153. Auggies Restaurant.
BREADMENS NEEDS both full and parttime
help. Immediate employment for cooks,
dishwashers and waitresses. Apply in person
at Breadmens, 337 W. Rosemary or call 967
7110. Lost and Found
LOST: GOLD CHAIN LINK earring in or around
Venable Hall morning of October 19. If found
please call Lisa Myers, 967-1636.
FOUND: GOLD Wedding Band. Call 933-1634.
FOUND PITTED PRESCRIPTION glasses in
middle of road, Dawes Street. Call 942-3728.
HAS ANYONE FOUND my Ohio driver's
license? If you have please call Linda Fortney at
929 6444.
FOUND JACKET: Call 933-4237 to identify and"
tfll where lost.
Douglas 0y, uor of the Btogrphf of Malcolm Lowry,
which won the I974 National Book Award, will give a public
lecture al 8 p m. Monday in Oerrard Hell. The talk will be
.ponsored by the Graduate English Club and the Curriculum in
Peace War snd Defense.
The Navy and Air Force ROTC units will hoW a Veteran's Day
ceremony at 4:30 p.m. Monday in Polk Place. The ceremony will
"elude a musical tribute by the UNC Pep Band, a short address bv
Samuel R Williamson and Ihe flag lowering.
929-5850
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!
Miscellaneous
COLLEGIATE RESEARCH ?AEER3.
Thousands on file. All academic subjects. Ser4
$1.00 for mail order catalog. Box 25918-Z, Los
Angeles, Calif. 90025. (213) 477-8474.
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 .
CONDOM SAMPLERS. Learn the difference
between condoms with one of our famous sampto
packs. Presbaped, textured, colored, lubricated
skins, stubs. Designed to increase sexual satisfac
tion. Adam & Eve, Franklin & Columbia (qyjSr the
Zoom). 929-2147.
HESHE. Triangle Area's personalized datirlfc
service. We match to your specifications. Special
student rates. Write P.O. Bo 1109. Chapel Hill.
NC, 27514
ANY BOOK EVER PRINTED. We have it, or can
get it. Records, sheet music, old ads, etc. Also at
kinds of interesting junkque. "MAKE ME AN
OFFER" 118 S. Churton, Hillsborough, N.C.
TORN OR DAMAGED VINYL can be repaired!
Inexpensively. Revolutionary chemical process
restores strength, coler texture to damaged car
seats and home furniture. Repairs made on
location while you watch. Call today for estimates
or to arrange an appointment. VLNYLCRAFT,
967-6704
RE-ELECT GERRY COHEN to the
Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen. He's
worked hard for better bus service and
against Southern Bell rate hikes. Vote
Gerry Cohen, Tuesday. November 8.
Pertonsl .
TO MARY ASTOR -1 never met a dame yet that
didn't understand a slap in the face or a slug from a
.45" Signed Humphrey Bogart.
TO MARY ASTOR - "YOU killed Miles and
you're going over for it." Signed Humphrey
Bogart (Maltese Falcon).
WELCOME LARRY. I'm so glad you're here that 1
had to put it in the paper. High H factor, I know,
but I love you.
SOMEONE PLEASE tell Rebecca Igleheart to call
Ruth Ann at (201) 540-8305.
COLORADO JOB INFORMATION. Colorado
Springs, Aspen, Va3. Rush $2.00 Bo785,
Manitou Springs, Colorado 80829
Roommates Needed
ONE OR TWO male roommates needed to share
large two-bedroom, $165 Apt. in University
Gardens. Call 929-4603.
Transportation.
I NEED A RIDE to Raleigh on Wed., Oct. 26 after
2:00 p.m. Please call Stephen at 933-7913.
Tha Dairy Tar Had la pubRahad by lha OsHy Tar
Haat Board ol Dkactors ol th Untmarty ol Hor
Carolna datty Monday through Friday during MM
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Oct 1, S, 22, Nov. 5. Tha Summar Tar Hl la
publlshsd waakry on Thursdays during lha
summar aaaatona.
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Union Building, UnhrarsHy of North Carolina,
Chapal HW, N.C. 27S14. Totsphon numbara:
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33-0372; Bualnaaa, Circulation, AdvafUsmg-S33-11S3.
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