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2 Th Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, October
Compiled by Jodi 'Bishop
Public Mrvlc nnouncamnt must b turned In to th box outside th DTH olflCM In the
Union by 1 00 p.m. II thy are to run th next day. Etch Item will run it least twice.
Tht newly formed Aeeodatlor) of Buemee Student will
sponsor i panel of representatives from Wachovia Bank and Trust
Co. at 7 p.m. m the third-floor faculty lounfe of Carroll Hall. A
short talk will be liven on Wachovia and the banking system
followed by a question and answer period. All inures ted
undersraduates are uraed to attend.
The Student Government is iponsorms a public information
forum concermni ttte propoeed MO route Urough Orange
County at 7:30 p.m. in 1 00 Hamilton Hall. Speakers include
representatives of the Department of Transportation and
the UNC IIMt Chip is sponsorini an introductory lecture
entitled "Retaining One's Full Potential Through the TM
Program" at 7.30 p m. in Room IlSCarolina Union. A special film
showing the utilization of the TM program in business will be
shown. Everyone welcome. A preparatory lecture will be the
following evening at the same time and place.
A meeting of a treahmen etudenta Interested kt physical
tteretry will be held at 7 p m in the Allied Health Auditorium. E.
Sue Flowers, director of the physical therapy department at N.C.
Memorial Hospital, will speak on "artificel limbs."
The Reference tentces Staff at the Health Sciences
Library is now offering short classes twice a month on "Using the
Library Effectively." from 9 to 1 1 a m. in the History Room
(second floor of the library). The first class Is to be held today. It
will include use of major indexing and abstracting services covering -the
biochemical literature and will be entitled "Information
Sources in Biochemistry." For more information or a reservation
call Reference Services at 966-2 III. i
A Hearth Science Service Symposium will be held at 7 p.m.
in I06 Carroll Hall.
Open Stage Night will be held at I p.m. in Deep Jonah. A
variety of amateur talent is featured No charge. BYO beer or wine.
The Outing Club will meet at 6 45 p.m. in Room 209. Carolina
Union. Upcoming trips will be discussed.
The UNC Young Democrat will meet at I p m. in the Frank
Porter Oraham Lounge, Carolina Union. Slate Sen. Lawrence
Dava will be the featured speaker.
Anyone interested in a summer job or an internship is invited to
an orientation meeting for the Pre-career Experience Program
at 2 pm. in 1 08 Hamilton Hall. The meeting is designed to help
students who want short-term experience in a field of potential
career interest. Sponsored by Career Planning and Placement.
The Carolina Union Video Tape Committee will meet at 7
p m. in the South Gallery Meeting Room, Carolina Union. All
interested persons are invited to attend.
Dr. Syho Schouten of the Parapsychology Laboratory at the
University of Utrecht in the Netherlands will speak at 3 p.m. at the
Psyhcical Research Foundation He will talk onParapaychology
In tie Netherlands The public cordially a invited for this lecture
and dacuuion at 20I3 Erwm Road in Durham.
The Hearth SclencMServtce Symposium sponsored by
Alpha Epsilon Delia, will be held at 7 p.m. in I06 Carroll Hall. All
students interested in a health career are encouraged to attend.
The Carolina Union Performing Art Committee will meet at
7 p m. in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Carolina U nion.
AP interested studenu are welcome.
Dorothy Bernhotu will be in the first-floor lounge of Hinton
James at 1:30 p m. to dacuss legal aervtce tor student.
FCA will meet at I p.m. in the Kenan Field House. The speaker
wiU be Lee Shaffer. Everyone is welcome.
The Student Legal Service will hold a workshop on cars at
3:30 p m. Wednesday in Room 209, Carolina Union. Everyone is
invited to attend.
The Oerman Department Flam Serte presents Johann
Nestroy's "Emen Jux will er sich machen" at 7 p m. Wednesday in
Toy Lounge. The German film features the cast of the Wiener
Burgthesler. Admission is free.
The French Daws will be held at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at U
Rendezvous Restaurant, East Franklin Street.
Chapel HW ECOS will have a meeting to plan and wort on
current projects at 7:30 p m Wednesday in 201 Bingham Hall. All
persons interested in getting involved are invited to attend.
The second meeting of Campue Qotd, an organisation for
former girl scouts, will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Room 206,
Carolina Union. Anyone interested a welcome. Call 933-1704 or
933-1 M3 for more information.
Dr. Robert H. Grubbs from Michigan State University will
speak at a Chematry Colloquium entitled Metallocvcle aa
an termed lates ki Organo transition Metal Chemistry at 1 1 am
Wednesday in 308 Venable HaU.
Dr. Anthony Mucci from the Department of Bioslatistics will
speak on New Proofs tor New Central LknN Theoreme at a joint
collouuium at 4 p m. in 224 Phillips HaU. Refreshments will he
served at 3:30 p m. in 316 Phillips Hall.
A meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate and
Professional Student Federation will be held at 6 p.m.
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Wednesday in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Carolina
The Orange County Mental Health Association is sponsoring
a presentation on "Mental Health Legislation in the 1977 N.C.
General Assembly" at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Wesley
Foundation, 214 Pituboro St. The public is invited to attend.
The Order el tie Oostten Fleece will meet at 7 30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Frank Porter Oraham Lounge of the Carolina
TC "Science Fiction and f-antaay Club will hold its weekly
meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday in 308 Alumni Hall. All imerested
persons are invited.
The Ice Hockey Club members will meet at 8: 1 J p.m.
Wednesday in the Carolina Union lobby for the trip to practice.
A meeting of UNC Common Cause will be held at 7:30 pm.
Wednesday in the South Gallery Meeting Room of the Carolina
Union Fall projects will he discussed.
The International Folk Dancer will meet at 7 p m. Wednesday
at the Student Center of the University Presbyterian Church.
Sukacko Kolo (Croation)and Drmacica(Croaiion) will be taught.
Save Man tana la Gorge from superhighway destruction.
Support the cause and sign a petition in the Pit from 10 a m. to 2
p m. Wednesday and Thursday. For further information come to
the Outing Club meeting ai 7 p.m. in the Carolina Union.
The Student Speech Communication Association will meet
at 9 p m Wednesday in 106 Bingham Hall.
The Caroline Indian Circle will hold its bimonthly meeting at
7:30 p m. Wednesday on the second floor of the Y -Building. All
members are urged lo attend.
The NC Coastal Club will meet at 7 p.m. in the South Gallery
Meeting Room of the Carolina Union. All club members are urged
Peer Counseling lor psychology courses will be held at 9
a.m. Wednesday in the lobby of Davie Hall. The progrsm is
sponsored by Pii Chi. Psychology National Honor Society.
The Union Gallery Committee will meet at 1 p.m. Wednesday
in the South Gallery Meeting Room of the Carolina Union. It is
important that all members try to attend.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
A bus trip to Wsshington, D C. has been arranged by the
Committee on Et Asian Studies A few seats are still available.
The cost is 117 per person. To join the lour or lo obtain further
information contact Larry Kcsslcr, 4S3 Hamilton Hall, 933-3091.
The trip is scheduled for Friday. Oct. 28.
The 1977 line of UNICEF greeting card is here. Reach around
the world to help a needy child by buying UNICEF cards and
stationery at the Y-Building on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
Thursdsys from 1 1 a.m. to 2 p m. This offer lasts through Nov. 23.
The Carolina Course Review, an evaluation of professors and
courses is available in the Under it ad library and at the Union
Free portrait will be taken every weekday from now until Nov.
4 by Stevens Studios for the 1978 Yacktiy Yack. All
undergraduate, graduate and professional students should make
appointments at the Carolina Union between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Tnix is a perfect way to get photos of yourself for applications or
passports without paying a sitting fee.
Be sure to tune in to the continuing saga of "Scar War" every
Friday night on WXYC.
The Haw Hope Audubon Club is sponsoring a five-week
course "Life of North Carolina Water Birds" lobe given at the
Toiler Center, Botanical Gardens, Laurel Hill Road. Chapel Hill,
beginning Wednesdsy. Oct. 26. and running through Jan. 23. 1978
There will be a S3 registration fee covering matenals, speakers and
refreshments. Children over 12 are admitted free. Several field trips
will be snnounccd during the course. The field trips will be open to
the public. Send the $3 fee lo New Hope Audubon Club. P O. Box
2693, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514. For more inlormation call Wanda
C. Calhoon at 942-4394 or 933-3039.
Career Planning and Placement is offering a series of three
free workshops on the job-seeking process at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday
and Thursday in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge, Carolina
Union Come to one or all of the workshops.
AWS dorm and sorority represenlatlvea who have not
distributed rape booklets yet should come by the AWS office as
soon as possible.
The Daily Tar Heel needs a news
photographer. Applicants must have
own equipment, darkroom experience
and must be able to work weekends.
Bring portfolio to Allen Jernigan,
photo editor, in the DTH office.
BUY YOU AT
The UNC history department will offer a
new survey course this spring entitled "The
Contemporary World in Historical
The course, which will be listed as H istory
16, will be taught by Frank Ryan. He says
the course will emphasize the intellectual
movements in the modern world since the
end of World War II.
Ryan says the course will be an extension
of History 15, which is taught in the fall.
History 15 emphasizes international
Committee surveys problems
in allocation of
A committee organized to study the use of
the cube in the Pit is circulating surveys to
representatives of campus organizations.
The survey is designed to assess the problems
campus groups may have encountered while
trying to acquire cube space for advertising.
Cube Committee Chairperson Doug
Markham said he hoped distribution of the
surveys waT" be completed by today.
Markham said the questionnaires should be
returned to him by Friday.
"Once we can define the problem areas, we
can begin to consider solutions and new
directions for the allocation of cube space,"
last week along with three new bills on the
agenda. Among actions the CGC will
A bill to authorize a campuswide
advisory referendum concerning a proposed
student activity-fee increase. Rules and
Judiciary Committee Chairperson Chip Cox
will introduce a bill to establish a Nov. 16
student vote on the fee issue to determine
student opinion. If the fee increase passes,
the CGC then will vote on the increase and
send the proposal to Chancellor N. Ferebee
A student Suoreme Court decision
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courses offered in spring
relations since 1945.
Topics in the course, Ryan says, will deal
with the technical and social problems of
living in an overpopulated world under the
constant threat of nuclear war. Included will
be discussions of Freudianism, Marxism,
totalitarianism and existentialism as
exemplified by Kierkegaard and Nietzsche.
Other topics will be the counterculture of
the 1960s, the impact of Oriental thought on
the Western world, modern attitudes
towards writing history, literary journalism
Markham said the committee was formed
after several groups voiced concern that
allocation of space was too haphazard. But
he said he was not convinced this concern
was widespread. "Hopefully, these surveys
will let us know," he said.
The questionnaire may be returned to
Markham via campus mail or U.S. mail at
1212 Granville West. In addition, the
organization representatives may drop the
surveys in a box located outside of the office
door of the Daily Tar Heel in the Carolina
Continued from page 1,
Sunday improved the chances of the fee
referendum's passage. The decision struck
down a 1976 law specifying that a
referendum must be approved by a vote of a
two-thirds majority of at least 20 percent of
the student body. Under the old law, a
student could vote against the fee hike
simply by staying home.
Another presidential veto. The council
has yet to vote to sustain or override
President Moss' veto of two censures passed
against CGC members in early October.
Student Supreme Court appointments.
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by J. P. Campbell
of a poem
27 NY city
31 Tilled land
34 Con game
37 Ore of
52 Site of
56 Bar drink
9 West Indies
10 Shut off
12 Sea eagle
24 River in
and futurology. "
Ryan says 1 12 spaces are available for the
course, which he expects to be filled mostly
by freshmen and sophomores. He says' the
course will combine lectures with class
Ryan received his Ph.D. from UNC and
has been with the history department since
The history department also will offer
seven new courses and four new History 90
seminars this spring. The courses will be
History 60 (Soviet Russia in the 1920s),
History 96 (Medieval and Renaissance
Florence), History 127 (Mediterranean
Societies and Economy in the Renaissance
World), History 169 (The Worker in
American Society), History 172 (The
Development of Latin American Societies),
a course on Western civilization and a course
on France since 1870.
The four new seminars will cover the
Mexican revolution and its effects on
Mexican workers, "Women and War," "The
Radical and Libertarian Sixties" and
"European Society as Reflected in 19th
century Fiction and Drama."
- EDDIE MARKS
SIGN UP NOW as an usher for Playmakers' "Play
It Again, Sam." Ushers see the show free. Sign up
board and details in Graham Memorial Room 206.
Work one or more performances, November 8
through November 27.
SKI KILLINGTON, VT. with the UNC Ski Club!
Only $165.57. There is plenty of space, but best
rooms are going fast! Bill Verch 933-2567.
SEASONED HARDWOOD OAK, Ash, Hickory,
cut to your specifications, large pickup load, (over
'7 cord). Delivered and stacked by myself $35.00.
'.Call 942 1394 everTings. '' ' ' ' ' : " '
.... . .-rW,. . -
VESTS & PARKAS'-' Polarguard & down.
Ready for cold weather. Regular & special
discounts Also sleeping bags. Camping gear sales
& rentals. River Runners' Emporium, 383-2106.
3160 Hillsboro Rd Durham.
SAILBOAT - Alcort Sailfish 13'8" long, 125
pounds, fiberglass, blue and white. Good
condition. Can be carried on car top. $365.00. Call
933 9657 after 5:30.
WE NEED HELP installing insulation. Call 942
1933. JOB OPENINGS: Alcoa Aluminum has college
management -training openings. No experience'
necessary. From $3.75hr. to $5.25hr. to start.
Apply at Carolina Union, Room 215, Wednesday
at 3:10 p.m.
TEACHERS NEEDED: Local Christian school
with grades 1 12. Needs Christian teachers.
Sponsored by a fundamental church. Write or call
Liberty Christian School, P.O. Box 11186,
Durham 688-7616. (
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 -,
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.
WANTED - PERSONS interested in helping
with the wrestling team. Specifically
photography, announcing, keeping statistics, also
any girls who worked with high school teams.
Contact Bill Lam 966-5258 or come by
Carmichael Room 147. Some help paid.
SMALL PRESS SALESFINANCIAL CO
ORD1NATOR. 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.
TEACHER NEEDED. LOCAL CHRISTIAN
SCHOOL NEEDS EXPERIENCED FIRST
GRADE TEACHER. SPONSORED BY A
FUNDAMENTAL CHURCH. WRITE OR CALL
LIBERTY CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS, P.O. BOX
11186, DURHAM. 688-7616.
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.
EMERALD ENTERPRISES: Our business is
perfect for students with just one hour spare time
each night . Now entering Chapel Hill market and
need positive minded people to fill all positions.
No experience needed, training provided.
Fantastic opportunities for advancement with
continuation of job into the summer. Write
Emerald Enterprises, P.O. Box 695, Chapel Hill,
Lost and Found
LOST: GOLD POCKET WATCH with
monogram "WHH" on case. Please call Bill
Hughes a! 967 9174 to claim reward.
SOME CAMERA ACCESSORIES were found
Thursday evening in the Zoology Geology
pat king lot. To cl.tim them, call 933 2077, or goby
the Zoology Department.
may be revoked
The Station, a popular local restaurant,
will be forced to close down tonight if the
Carrboro Board of Aldermen votes to
revoke its land use permit.
At its regular bimonthly meeting
tonight, the board will hold a revocation
hearing on a condition-use permit granted
to the owners of the Station, Mike
Macomson of Hickory and Jim Stewart of
Carrboro. With ' the conditional-use
permits, the aldermen gave Macomson and
Stewart a list of required improvements to
the property, including paving a parking
lot, installing outside lights and
landscaping the grounds.
Most of those improvements have been
made, according to the owners. Macomson
and Stewart may ask the board for an
extension on the deadline of the
conditional permits. The board has twice
approved two similar requests.
Daily Tar Heel
Hackney's has White Stag
White Stag skiwear... jackets, bibbers,
vests. For men, women and children. In
dozens of sun-bright colors and color
combinations. In great new 1977 styles.
When yoti look for skiwear... look to
Hackney's for White Stag.
for people who ski
University Mall Chapel Hill a Raleigh
LOST: GOLD CHAIN LINK earring in or around
Venable Hall morning of October 19. If found
please call Lisa Myers, 967-1636.
FOUND PITTED PRESCRIPTION glasses in
middle of road, Dawes Street. Call 942-3728.
LOST: NORTH FORSYTH HIGH School class
ring. White gold, ruby stone. Initials JRR. Lost
October 17, reward offered. If found contact
FOUND CLASSRING - Cleavland Inst, of
Electronics 1975, initials R.A.W. inside. Claim at
"He's Not Here" Chapel Hill.
1NSTA-COPY offset printing quick copying
.while you wait,., .100. .satisfartipn guaranteed.
Check our fast service and low price on theses
work. Insta-copy, corner of Franklin & Columbia
(over the Zoom). 929-2147. '
ANYONE WHO WITNESSED the car and
bicycle collision at the Cameron and Columbia
intersection, Tuesday, Oct. 18, 7:30 a.m., please
contact me. Nancy 967-5037.
FLY TO F.S.U. homecoming this Friday,
October 28. Riders needed to share expenses.
Private plane, experienced pilot. $35 for round
trip. Call Mike, 942-2336.
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.
WANTED: FEMALE 18-30 for friendship and
travel to Mexico and Caribbean with handsome 6
1, mid-30's writer. Also has mountain chalet.
Please write and let's talk about things. Write Box
12579, Research Triangle Park, N.C. 27709.
TO THE BLONDE BOMBSHELL in the Botany
Dept. You've established roots in my heart be
my homecoming queen.
DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: My seventh level
thief and second level fighter are in D.C. Can
someone find me a dungeon down here? Richard,
ONE OR TWO male roommates needed to share
large two-bedroom, $165 Apt. in University
Gardens. Call 929-4603.
HELP! I NEED A RIDE to and or from Atlanta the
weekend of Oct. 28th. Can help with expenses
and driving. Call Rusty 942 4564. Desperate!
I NEED A RIDE to Raleigh on Wed., Oct. 26 after
2:00 p.m. Please call Stephen at 933-7913.
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