4 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, October 28, 1977
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public urviei nnounctmtnti mutt bi turna In to thi box outtldi thi DTH officii in the
Union by V00 p m. It tnty trt to run tht ntxt dty. Etch Ittm will run it least twice
Tht (SM Cutturtl Commit) proud l prencnti the annual Ml.
IM Coronation Sill at I p.m. in Greai Hall. Carolina I'mon.
Advanced tickeli are $2 50 for tingle and $4 for couplet.
A ivmponum on Clinical HtMireh Methodology end
Protocol tor Evaluating Environmental Eftecta In Men will be
held from 9 a.m. to noon at the Carolina Inn. The topic will be
"Special Coniiderttioni and Approachei in Environmental
Clinical Reaearch " The lympoiium it open to the public.
Tht Hunper Action Committee will meet at 7 pm it the
Camput Y Building Marion Tucker of North Carolina Seaional
and Migrant Farm Worktn will ipeak on the Orange County
ichnol lunch program.
Booklet, a contemporary Chriitian group, will be in concert at 8
p m. ai the Church of St. Thomai More, Admmion ii free,
Overeetere Anonymoul will meet from I to 2 p.m. in Room
206 Ctmpui Y Building. Emphanii ii on Hopping the need to
Orenvllle Bealdence College will hold a dance merethon
ways to play
beginning at B p.m. in the Granville Cafeteria. I he first priire is SMI
Door prizes will be given throughout the marathon. All proceeds
will be given to UNICEF. For more information call v.U-1792,
The lororitiei of Alpha Keppe Alpha and Delta Sigma Thete
cordially Invite everyone to their "Dltso: Matquerede Style"
from 10 p.m. to 2 l.m. Saturday in Oreatjtall. Carolina Union.
The Duke Oiy AlHence end CirollniQiy Aatoclitlon will
celebrate Halloween with a party at Duke from 8 to II p.m.
Saturday at Duke University tail Campui Center (behind East
Chriitian guitar player and singer Brim McLiren will be In
concert at 7:30 pm. Saturday in the Old Fellowship Hall at
Univeriity Methodm Church, Admission is free.
The United Chriitian Fellowship will sponsor its third annual
"Jim lor Jteui" from 7 JO to 1 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Craige
The UNC Water Pok) Club will practice at I p.m. Saturday at
Bowman Cray Pool. Newcomers are welcome.
All proletsors and big brother big titter participants are invited
to bring their kids to trlck-or-treet it Joyner from 7 to 9 p.m. on
Sunday. Adult escorts arc required. Candy.cookics and punch will
be served to all hobgoblins and spooks who come.
The FCA will have a Halloween party at tt p m SundayinKenan
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Late Shows 11:30 Frl., Sat., Sun.
Young People's Matinee
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This silky blouse and a wide
variety of padded and
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are in stock at Andromeda.
There are also many Chinese
gifts and accessories for
special gifts or just for yourself.
129 E. Franklin St.
Field House. Everyone is welcome. Dress up or corneas you arc.
A Children'! Halloween Camlvil will be held ai the Hillcl
l-nundatinn from J to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, (iamei. refreshments,
prires. a haunted house and a costume contest will be included. Cull
V42-4057 for more information.
N.C. residents will have an unique opportunity to experience a
New Oimee Tournament from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday ;it C ulhrcth
Junior High. Cosponsorcd by the Chapel Hill Parks and
Recreation Department, the tournament will oiler an addition and
a new direction to traditional games and sports. 1 he event is free
and promises to provide iin atrernoon of fun and activity in a spirit
The Cirollni Club Football car cirivin to Raleigh will meet
at I2:J0 p.m. at Navy Field to go to the UNC-N.C. Slate match.
The game ttartt at 2 p.m.
The School ol Education will hold pre-regltlratlon advisory
Millont for all undergraduate education majors from 4 in 6 p.m.
Monday in Peahody Hall. Studentt should check the notices
posted in Peabody Hall for the location of these meetings.
A Halloween Harveet Celebration is planned tor the campus
from noon to J p.m. Monday in the Pit. Entertainment which
includes the Hickory Hollow Blucgrass Band and the Apple Chill
Cloggers will he featured. A Monatar Math Disco will he held in
Cireal Hall from 9 p.m. to midnight with Roy Rosen's Dynamite
Disco and Light Show. Admission tothcdiscn is free with a student
ID and prool of age. Bring your own beer and wine.
A UNCCC Short Course entitled PI I (Session .1) will be held
at 3 p.m. Monday in 22H Phillips Hull.
An IH5S Short Course entitled Survey Research (Session .1)
will be held at 2 p m Monday in 2119 Manning Hall.
All students interested in the Political Science Honors Program
arc invited to a meeting at .V.10 pm Monday in 510 Hamilton Hall.
A colloquium sponsored by the Department ol Computer
Science entitled The Template-Layout Problem will be held at 4
p.m. Monday in 107 Smith. The speaker will be Herbert Freeman,
professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, from
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Tickets for the Herbie Mann and the
Family of Mann concert tonight at
Memorial Hall are available at the
Carolina Union desk and at the door.
Tickets are $4.50, general admission.
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Mile ii Ski trip with the Durham recreation dcpurimcnl V mi II
have three trips to ehoose Irom this winter. These arc package trips
wiih huK. lodging, lilt ticket, equipment and lessons included. I he
registration deadline is Nov. 4. hir information call 6H.M.1S5.
I he Outing Club's tquin dance iclicdulcd lor today has heen
canceled due to logistical reasons.
The Orientation Committee ol the Ateoclatlon of Business
Studentt it ottering advising orientation assistance during
preregistralion for freshmen and sophomores who arc considering
a major in business or accounting. These sessions are available
anytime between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. today on the third floor of South
All orginlulloni md departments are encouraged to make
nominations for homecoming queen. Nomination forms are
available from the Carolina Union Information Desk. Further
inquiries should he addressed to 929-6.1MI or 9.13-101 J.
The Student Government Tutoring Service needs volunteer
tutors, especially in math, lutors arrange their own tutoring
schedules with those they tutor. Anyone interested should call W
5201 between and 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
A bus trip to Washington, D.C. has heen arranged by the
Committee on Eitl Allan Studies A few seats are still available.
The cost is $17 per person. To join the tour or to obtain further
information contact Larry Kessler. 453 Hamilton Hall. 933-5091.
The trip is scheduled for today.' '
The 1977 line of UNICEF greeting cirdi 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
Thursdays from 1 1 a.m.io2p.m. This offer lasts through Nov. 23.
The Carolina Course Review, an evaluation of professors and
courses is available in the Undergrad Library and at the Union
Free portrait! will be taken every weekday from now until Nov.
4 by Stevens Studios lor the 1978 rackety Yack. All
undergraduate, graduate and professional students should make
appointments at the Carolina Union between 9 a.m. and 5 p m.
The Fine Arte Fettlval is sponsoring a logo contest the
winning entry will be the official logo. Entries are due by Nov. 12
and may be submitted to Box 1 5 at the Carolina Union. All persons
interested in graphics are invited to enter.
1 he Chlnabarry Craft Co-op will have a display in the Carolina
Union Showcase through Nov. 12.
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John Santa (left) and John Ballew (right) are appearing at the Mad Hatter Sunday
evening at 9 o'clock. The performance will be filmed by Bill Hannah of WUNC-TVfor
use in a future documentary concentrating on the talents of Santa and also the
problems, frustrations and rewards of a local group performing original music.
Photo by Bill Schultz.
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With Halloween upon us, WXYC radio,
FM 89.3, is pleased to announce spine
tingling programs to put everyone in the
mood. Peter Lorre, Vincent Price and Orson
Welles, will be among the featured treats,
along with several intriguing "tricks" by
Edgar Allan Poe. The programs will run
Sunday and Monday between 10 p.m. and
Tar Heel Classifieds
Cost Only $1.50
"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?
Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25
"Then said Jesus unto them, My time is not yet come; but
your time Is always ready. The world cannot hate you: 'BUT
ME IT HATETH, BECAUSE I TESTIFY OF IT, THAT THE
WORKS THEREOF ARE EVIL - FOR MY TIME IS NOT YET
FULL COME!'" John 7:1-10.
"Jesus answered him 'IF I WASH THEE NOT, THOU HAST
NO PART WITH ME!' "John 13:8. One terrible affliction and
spiritual disease making the Church unclean ls"Apostacy!"
In 1st Corinthians 11:31 The Spirit ot God tells us: "FOR IF
WE WOULD JUDGE OURSELVES WE SHOULD NOT BE
JUDGED!" "Examine yourselves, whether ye be In the faith;
prove your own selves." 2nd Corinthians 13:5. If we are in
different to sin, evil and any one or more of God's broken
Commandments, is our love for Christ genuine?
"Apostacy" is forsaking or abandonment of what hitherto
has been professed and adhered to, as faith, principle, party.
I n order to be helpful to any wishing to "judge self," consider
whether or not when you joined the Church, or hitherto, you
professed or adhered to The Faith.
The Bible is the Infallible Word of God Almighty, and the
only rule to direct us how to Honor and Glorify God. Or, did
we once profess and adhere to God's Fourth Com
mandment "Remember the Sabbath Day to keep it Holy";
believing that man should do no work on that Day unless
work of necessity and mercy, and the Day should be spent
with the aim of increasing our knowledge of God and seek
ing H is H onor and Pleasure rather than our own see Isaiah
58:13, 14. If we have forsaken and abandoned these doc
trines, then as far as they are concerned we are apostate.
(That great man of God, John Bunyan tells in his vision of
seeing a man being carried In a "by-way-to-hell" with a sign
on him8aying"damnableapostate.")Therearemany others,
besides these two ways, one may "judge self' regarding the
terrible sin of "apostacy!"
If there be any such thing as "honorable apostacy" maybe
we can obtain that honor by asking The Church to erase our
name from Its roll! BETTER, HOWEVER, REPENT, AND
PRAY TO CHRIST AS PETER DID: "LORD, (WASH) NOT
MY FEET ONLY, BUT ALSO MY HANDS AND HEAD!" John
Get yourself a Bible. Keep it with you. Read in it all the days
of your life that you may learn to "Fear The Lord your God!"
To keep pride out of your heart lifting you up to think you are
better than your brethren, and to keep you from turning to
the right or left hand from obedience to God's Com
mandments and Statutes, to the end you and your children
might live a long and blessed life in the land God gives you!
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