2 The Oaily Tar Heel Thursday, October 27,
Public (arvic announcements mutt be turned
Union by 1 00 p m II they are to run the next
srmitwr entitled Tree Planting end Care: Dot and Don't
i" tx held it 7 VIp m it the Chapel Hill Public Library meeting
room I he seminar will teature J. R. McGraw.aforeitryexiemton
ipeculKt at S C Slale University. Admiuion it free and everyone
cordmlU u invited to attend.
Hit Graduate Hlatory Society prcHnti Profettor Peter H.
Vood of DuWe i'ntveraity speaking on "The South: Who Started
It1" at 8 p m. 569 Hamilton Hall.
I he department ol hlatory pretenit Protestor Roger Chartier
of departement d'histoire I'nivertue de Montreal speaking on
criminal slang in IHthandearl) lthcentur France at 4 p. m in 56
I 'k Socledad Hiapanlca Carolines will hold its informal
trnulia i5pm at He's Not Here. All hispanophitemre welcome.
The UNC Jugglers Association will meet at 4 p.m. in
Mcinmul Hall. Beginners arc welcome.
The Alchemist will have a meeting at 8 p m. in the Krank Porter
Oi.ruim I ounge, Carolina Union. All interested persons are
:m urij '. attend.
EcHence In Audio Reproduction is a club open to all
p-!,.i"is interested in the highest quality of recorded and
r.'fn ;,luecil sound An informal meeting will be held at 9.30 p m. at
embroidery and needle work classes meet ai 7 p m. every
Timrvjw in 452 Hamilton Hall,
!r .ieuMhteaturesDIanne Oooch a 9 p.m. There is no cover
t h.r i?v Hnnji our own beer or wine
! he Medical Technology Club will sponsor a bake sale from
! .i 'it U) 1 p m. in front ol the Carolina I nion. The club will meet
i 7 p in m 221 Greenlaw to discuss preregittralion.
I n: Carolina Forum Committee will meet at 4 p m in Room
2i'" ( .colniii I nion All members are asked to attend.
: v Food Service Advisory Committee will meet in Room 2 1 S
Cj -i I nion ror more information call 9.VVI.1UI).
Physical fitness clinic starts Friday
I he 1977 Mid-Atlantic Regional Clinic of
tin.- President's Council on Physical Fitness
and Sports begins Friday. UNC is hosting
Registration, which will be held from 8
a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday in the Woollen Gym
lobby, is $3 for students and senior citizens
and $5 for adults.
Sessions start at 1 p.m. Friday in various
locutions: fundamentals of weight training in
the Kenan Field House weight room,
mnastics for elementary school teachers in
the Woollen Gym gymnastics area,
voileyball skills in the Women's Gym, and
running in Room 204 Woollen Gym.
Sessions at 2:30 p.m. Friday include a
gymnastics workshop in the Woollen Gym
gymnastic area, cycling in Room 303
Woollen Gym and weight training
fundamentals in Kenan Field House.
At 4 p.m. Friday a session on outdoor
recreation programs of the future will be
lv,:ld in Room 303 Woollen Gym.
A gala entitled "Fitness is Fun" will be
held at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Carmichael
Auditorium. The gala is free.
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In to the box outiida the DTH offices in the
day. Each item will run at least twice.
A Held hockey game will be held at I p.m. on James hield
UNC will play Wake Forest.
The Christian Science Organization at UNC will meet at 6
pm. in the Carolina Union. The subject of the meeting is "Time."
The Policy Committee ol the Aaaociatlon ol Business
Student will meet si ) p m in 220 New Carroll Hall in discuss
policy issues. All interested students are welcome to attend and
A program ol short experimental films by award-winning
film-maker Don Evant will be presented at 10 p m. at the An
School on Main Street in Carrboro. The reception lor Evans will
follow the program.
OIQ sponsored by Campua Crusade lor Chrlat will meet I mm
7 to 9 p m. in thefounh-floor faculty lounge ol Dey Hall Everyone
is invited to attend.
tonklal, a contemporary Christian group, will he in concert at K
p.m. Friday at the Church of St. Thomas More. Admission is free
Overeeters Anonymous will meet from I to 2 p.m. l-riduy in
Room 206Campus Y Building. Emphasis is on slopping the need to
Qranvllle Residence College will hold a dance marathon
beginning at II p.m. Friday in theGranvilleCafeteria The first prize
U $.W. door prizes will be given throughout the marathon All
proceeds will be given to UNICEF. For more information call 9W
1792. ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Orientation Committee ol the Aaaociatlon ol Business
Students oflenng advising orientation assistance during
preregistraiion for freshmen and sophomores who are considering
a major in business or accounting. 1 hese sessions are available
anytime between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. today and Friday on the third
floor of South Building.
All organizations and departments are encouraged to make
Saturday clinics include tennis for
beginners at the UNC tennis courts, soccer
on the intramural fields and hiking and
backpacking in Room 301-A Woollen Gym,
all beginning at 10:45 a.m. Similar sessions
will be held at 1:15 Saturday.
Sessions at 2:45 p.m. Saturday include
advanced tennis on the tennis courts and
team handball and soccer, both on the
All sessions last an hour and 1 5 minutes.
The Daily Tar Heel incorrectly
reported Wednesday that Gerry
Cohen voted to change the Chapel
Hill Board of Aldermen's position
opposing the filling of Jordan Lake.
Cohen voted to reaffirm the board's
opposition to the project. Aldermen
Edward Vickery and Thomas Gardner
voted to end the legal fight against the
project. The DTH regrets the error.
Franklin & Columbia
(Over the Zoom)
929-2147 Mon.-Fri. 9-5
1977 Good Dining
Award by the
10 items, all you can eat for
just $2.50! M F 11:30-2 p.m.
(Chapel Hill location only).
Open 7 Days per Week
dishes to .
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Mon. - Sat. 10-6:30
nominations for homecoming queen. Nomination lorms arc
available trom the Carolina Union Inlnrmalion Desk huitlicr
inquiries hould be addressed 10 or W-I0I.V
The Student Government Tutoring Service needs volunteer
tutors, especially in math. Tutors arrange their own tutoring,
schedules with those they tutor. Anyone inici ssted should call 1M
5201 between 6 and 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
A hus trip to Washington. D C. has been arranged by the
Committee on Eaat Asian Studies A lew scaisare still asaiiahlc
I he cost is Jl? per person. To join the lour or to obtain turthcr
inlnrmalion contact I am, Kcsslcr. 4JJ Hamilton Hall. M.H-5IWI
I he trip is scheduled lor Friday
The 1177 line ol UNICEF greeting cards is here Koach around
the world to help a need child hv buying TMCT cards and
stationary at the Y Ruilding on lucvjavv Wednesdays and
Thursdays Irom 1 1 a m to 2 p.m. I hisoller la-Is through 'm 2.1
nearby and to a population of rare wild
turkeys which breed there.
White also said h,e is worried about
"people pressure" on Duke Forest's
research programs over the long haul.
He also said that escalating land values
in the area caused by the highway might
someday put pressure on Orange
County to reone for tax purposes.
Rose acknowledged that there
probably would be some detrimental
effects to the area, including pressures
on the short water supply, as a result of
Rose insisted, however, that l-B
would not have any more detrimental
effects on the environment than the
four-laning of existTngliTghways such as
NC 86 and NC 54.
Olive maintained, though, that the
construction of a new road such as l-B
will have a greater impact on the area
than improvements to existing ones
would, calling the proposed new
highway a "completely different
Rose said that in addition to the 1-40
corridor, the state will definitely expand
N.C. 54 to four lanes from the east end
of Chapel Hill to where it will meet the
Halloween Treats from Thell's!
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dipped pumpkin cookies,
gingerbreadmen, owls, cats, witches
124 E. Franklin St.
AND BEACH CLUB PRESENTS
SATURDAY, NOV. 12th, 8 P.M.
tickets $8.50, $7.50, $6.50
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I hi Carolina Course Review, an evaluation ol piolcssorsand
courses is available in the I'ndergrad I tbrars and at the Union
Free portrelts will he taken eveiy weekday Irom now unlit Nov.
4 by Stevens Studios lor the I17K Ymken Ytuk. All
undergraduate, graduate and professional students should make
appointments at the Carolina Union between V a.m. and 5 p m
I he Fine Arts Festival is sponsoring a logo contest. I he
winning entry will he ihe ollicial logo t-nlnes are due by Nov. 12
and may be submitted to Box ISat theCurolina I nion Allpersons
interested in graphics are invited to enter.
I lit Outing Club's square dsnce scheduled lor this t-nday has
been canceled due to logistical problems.
Ihe Chinaberry Craft Co-op will have a display in the
Carolina Union Showcase through Nov 12.
Continued from page
l-B corridor. Rose said a plan to four
lane N.C. 86 from the edge of Chapel
Hill to where it meets l-B is being
considered but is not part of the plan.
Olive has suggested the four-laning of
N.C. 54 and N.C. 86 instead of
constructing l-B, saying the project
would be cheaper. Rose and Highway
Administrator Ted Waters said there
would be no appreciable savings by
upgrading N.C. 54 and N.C. 86 and not
Don Cox, superintendent of the local
soil and water conservation district, said
he was worried about the effects 1-40
would have on Orange County's water
problem. He described Orange County
as being in a belt of minimal rainfall
with more than 70 percent of the rain
that does fall being lost to evaporation.
Cox said the building of interchanges
along the l-B route would significantly
increase growth in water shortage areas.
A number of possible reservoir sites
already have been lost to residential
development, he said.
UNC. physics professor Joseph
Straley criticized the highway plan,
saying he feels it ignores the tremendous
energy shortages that are predicted in
for the future.
ALL SEA TS
Although he hopes to face Helms,
Davis said he will not take sides on an
issue because Helms has taken the other
"I'm not going to be for or against
something just because Helms is for or
against it " Davis said.
After his speech to the Young
Democrats, Davis said he is against the
Panama Canal treaty now before
"I have a lot of sympathy for the
concept of modifying our treaty
relationship with Panama," the state
senator said. "Everybody has a natural
reaction against giving away anything,
especially to foreigners. I'm not sure this
treaty is in the best interest of our treaty
relationship with Panama.
"We need to help the Panamanians
solve their problems without
jeopardizing our national security."
Davis is campaigning on his records
from two terms in the N.C. House of
Representatives and two terms in the
state Senate. If elected, he said he plans
just might find it in the DTH Classifieds... fl
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UNBELIEVABLE! SKY VAIL Colorado lirith the
UNC Ski Club over spring break! Only $376.00
for lodging, lifts, airfare and Denver transfers. A
refundable deposit of $75.00 is due before 9:00
a.m. Monday, November 7. First 23 deposits get
to go. Circle Tours, 942-4196. Bill Verch 933-2567
on Oct. 31.
WANT TO BUY: 2 tickets to homecoming
football game with Clemson. Desperate. Call
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TWO "EQUUS" TICKETS for Sunday needed
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IVE GOT TWO EXTRA tickets for Herbie Mann.
Price negotiable. Ask for Evelyn at 933-0157.
SAILBOAT - Alcort Sailfish 13'8" long, 125
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TEACHER NEEDED. Local Christian school
needs experienced first grade teacher. Sponsored
by a fundamental church. Write or call Liberty
Christian Schools , P .0 . Box 1 1 186, Durham. 688
7616. OVERSEAS JOBS summeryear-round.
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$500-$1200 monthly. Expenses paid, sighfteeing.
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ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: L60kin for
a part-time job with good income, flexible
hours, and real experience with a career
opportunity in the business world? Ca)l,Jim
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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.
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. , '
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
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Lost and Found
LOST - DIAMOND RING, Friday night in or
around The Bacchae. Sentimental value. Large
reward. Call 967-2891.
LOST: GOLD POCKET WATCH with
monogram "WHH" on case. Please call Bill
Hughes at 967-9174 to claim reward.
LOST! SILVER "CROSS" PEN with initials GKB.
Lost in or near 100 Hamilton, October 24. If found
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Continued from page 1 .
to use his experience as chairperson of
the N.C Senate's Base Budget
Committee to help balance the federal
"People have the idea that excess
spending has a big sign on it that says F-A-t,"
the 39-yearold lawyer said".
"That's not true. You've got to look at
each project individually.
"It's not easy to cut people's jobs or
cut out programs. But tedious detail by
tedious detail, we're going to have to go
through and cut back."
Other contenders for the Democratic
nomination include state Sen. McNeil
L. Smith of Greensboro, Luther Hodges
Jr. of Charlotte and former journalists
Joe Felmet of Winston-Salem and Dave
McK night of Fayetteville.
Attorney General Rufus Edmisten,
Insurance Commissioner John Ingram,
Lt. Gov. Jimmy Green and Charlotte
Mayor John Belk are said to be eyeing
One candidate, Raleigh attorney
Hugh Cannon, has dropped out of the
race in favor of Hodges.
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 you look for skiwear.. .look to
Hackney's for White Stag.
for people who ski
Mall Chapel Hill Raleigh
LOST: NORTH FORSYTH HIGH School class'
ring. White gold, ruby stone. Initials JRR. Lost
October 17, reward offered. If found contact
LOST: LARGE SPAYED CAT in vicinity of Fitch
Lumber. Tortoise shell (mixed orange, brown,
grey) color. Call 933-7508, 967 3361.
RE ELECT ALDERMAN SILVER, because
Marvin has always treated students as town
citizens and fought for the services we need.
Deborah Lamm, UNC senior.
There's now a local dive shop, Water World,
3152 Hillsborough Rd., Durham, 383-1186.
Instruction - Sales Service. Classes starting
soon. Come by and meet us.
CONDOM SAMPLERS. Leam the difference
between condoms with one of our famous sample
packs. Presbaped, textured, colored, lubricated
skins, stubs. Designed to increase sexual safKjac;
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RE-ELECT GERRY COHEN to tKe
Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen. He's
worked hard for better bus service and
against Southern BeaJ rate hikes. Vote
Gerry Cohen, Tuesday, November 8.
FORGET THOSE OTHER GIRLS, I am the only
homecoming queen. Tiki Thompson. P.S. Meet
you at The Shack.
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