2 The Daily Tar Heel Monday, October 31,
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public eervice announcement mud bo turned m to the box outside trie DTH office in the
Union by 1 00 p.m. it they (re to run the next day Eech Hem will run at least twice
The Ceroena Club Football ear caravan to Raleigh will meet
at 12:30 p.n. at Navy Field to to to the UNC-N.C. State match.
The fame nana at p.m.
The School o4 Education will hold pre-reglermtlon advisory
aaaalont (or all undergraduatt majors from 4 to 6 p m in Pea body
Hall Studenn should check the notica potted in Peabody Hall for
the local ion of htete meetinp.
A llelaawaen Harveat Celebration at planned for the campus
from aooa to 3 p.m. ia the Pit. Entertainment which includei the
Hickory Hollow Bluearau Band and the Apple Chill Clogarrs will
be leal ured. A Monelar Maah Dlaco wiU be held in Great HaU
from p m. to midnight with Roy Rosen 's Dynamite Diaco and
Light Show. Admission to the diaco it free with a lludent ID and
proof of age Bring your own beer and wine.
A UNCCC Short Court entitled PL I (Session 3) will be held
at ) p.m. ia 228 Phillip Hall.
Aa MM Snort Court entitled Survey Research (Station 3)
wil he held at 2 p.m. ia 209 Manning Hall.
AI students interested in the Poetical Science Honors
Program arc invited to a meeting at 3:30 p.m. Monday in 510
H aminos HaU.
A colloquium iponaored by the Department of Computer
Solano entitled The Tamable-Layout Problem will be held at 4
p.m. in 107 Smith. The speaker will he Herbert Freeman, protestor
of Electrical and Computer Engineering, from Rensselaer
Lab Theatre presents "An Evening of One-Acts" at 8 p m. in 06
Graham Memorial: "Tynan' by Schistal and 'Marriage PropossT
by Chekov. Admission is free. Tickets are available outside the bos
office in Graham Memorial or sign the waiting list outside 06
Graham Memorial, This is a project of MFA Acting Students.
WXYC News has openings for local reporter. Experience not
required. Chance to work with copy editing, feature wnlina.
Faculty opinion forces change in Code
Continued from page 1.
"The feeling coming through is that of
a police state with a faculty-student
adversary relationship," Thompson
The committee will consider its
recommendations to the Faculty
Council at 3:30 p.m. today in 310 Davie
In a story in the Daily Tar Heel Friday on
black and female faculty members reactions
to Chancellor N. Ferebee Taylor's call for
increased recruitment of minority faculty,
two quotations were misattributed to
Johnny L. Greene, assistant professor of
Blyden Jackson, special assistant to the
dean of the graduate school, not Greene, said
Taylor's call for increased recruitment of
blacks and females was more than a
defensive action stemming from recent
Department of Health, Education and
Welfare guidelines asking for an increase in
the number of black and female faculty
members at the University.
Jackson, and not Greene, also said, "I've
talked with Taylor more than once about
this. His report is more than a gesture; it
comes from years of study. He has given
profound thought and diligent attention to
The Daily Tar Heel regrets the' error.
production and sports. Attend newt meeting si 4 p. m. in room 2 1 3
Carolina Union or call 933-7768.
The UNC Club Volleyball team will scrimmage the Duke Club '
Volleyball team at 7 p.m. in Women't Gym. The public is invited to
The UNC Astronomy Club will hold its monthly Hireling at
7:30 p.m. in room 224 Phillips Hall. Dr. Jon Thomas will speak on
"The Role of the Amateur Astronomer." Upcoming club activities
also will be discussed.
Carolina Bridge Club will hold its club championship at 7:30
p.m. in Room 209 Carolina Union. All players SI. 00, tiudents 75
The Carolina Union Performing Arte Committee will meet at
7:15 p.m. Tuesday in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge, Carolina
Union. All interested person are encouraged to attend.
I hr Outing Club will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday in. room 207 of the
Carolina Union. Upcoming trips will he discussed and a film about
the club will be shown.
Parliamo Italiano. Come to the Tevola Mariana 6 p.m. Tuesday
at the Rendervous (formerly Tello's).
Eokankar, The Path ot Total Awareness, presents a film
"Eckankar: A Way of Life" 7: 30 p.m. Wednesday in Toy Lounge on
the fourth floor of Dey Hall. Free admission.
The Premed-Predental Society. Alpha Epallon Delta will meet
at 7 p.m. Tuesday in 103 Berryhill Hall. The topic is "Forensic
Pathology An Unusual Forum of Health Care Delivery" by Dr.
Page Hudson. Everyone is welcome.
Young Democrats and others campaigning fur the
Gubernatorial Succession Amendment and Democratic
candidates for Aldermen, will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday at 3 !9Connor.
Recommendations of the Committee
on Student Conduct (COSC) are to
delete the "rat clause" (the requirement
that students report violation of the
Honor Code by other students), to begin
a system of faculty proctoring and to
increase the severity of sanctions
handed down by the student honor
Thompson said the committee is
considering several options for its
recommendation to the Faculty
Council, including recommending that
the proposals of COSC be adopted as
they are, that the proposals be rejected,
that the Faculty Council adopt the
proposals with modifications or that the
proposals be sent back to the
Committee on Student Conduct.
"We've talked to Henry Boren
(secretary of the faculty), and he said we
could do any of those things,"
A forthcoming proposal, which the
committee is not considering now,
would change the composition of the
honor courts to include faculty
members as well as students. This
proposal has not been sent to EPC
because the method of placing minority
members on the Honor Court currently
If you are interested in math, physics or engineering,
the Navy has a program you should know about.
It's called the NUPOC-Collegiate Program (NUPOC
is short for Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate), and if
you qualify it can pay you as much as $611 a month for
the remainder of your senior year. Then after 16 weeks of
Officer Candidate School, you will receive an additional
year of advanced technical education, education that
would cost thousands in a civilian school, but in the
Navy we pay you. And at the end of the year of training,
you'll receive a $3,000 cash bonus.
It isn't easy. Only one of every six applicants will be
selected, and there are fewer than 300 openings. But
those who make it find themselves in one of the most
elite engineering training programs anywhere. With
unequalled hands-on responsibility, a $24,000 salary in
four years, plus travel, medical benefits and education
For more details on this program, ask your
placement officer when a Navy representative will be on
campus, or call the Officer Program Office listed below;
or send your resume to Navy Nuclear Officer program,
Code 312, 4015 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Va. 22203. The
NUPOC-Collegiate Program. It can do more than help
you finish college; it can lead to an exciting opportunity.
OFFICER PROGRAMS OFFICE, NAVY RECRUITING DISTRICT, 000-000-0000
Posters will he given and assignments made lor election day.
The 1977 Homecoming Dane and Concert sponsored
annually by the General Alumni Association will he held from 9
p.m. to I a.m. Saturday. Nov. 5 in Woollen Gym. Music will be
provided by the Shirellcs and Swamp Fox. Tickets are $7.50 per
person. (Two for the price of one lor studenis only). Tickets
available daily at Alumni Office. Alumni House.
Doug Mayes front YBTV in Charlotte will be in the Pit at noon
Tuesday to tape "man on the ttreel" interviews for "On The
Square" newt feature.
Sociology Department Career Night 7 p.m. Tuesday at 151
Hamilton Hall. Career planning advisers and representatives of
potential employers and various graduate and professional
programs will be on hand to provide information and answer
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Vote for your Lady Blue in this Wednesday's Homecoming
Queen Election. Orders lor flowers will be taken at all voting
booths at the Carolina Union. Undergraduate l ibrary, and i
YMCA. . '
The Term Paper Clinic, a sers ice ottered by the Undergraduate
Library Reference Department, begins Tuesday and will continue
throughout the semester. Sign up at the 1)1. Reference Desk for
help through research stages of your term paper.
Womancrafl-Handmade goods. Free demonstrations and
special orders Creative workshops and classes. Exhibited in early
November will be hats and scarves, and for the remainder of the
month dolls. Come by 412 W. Franklin St. across from
McDonald's or call 929-8.162.
Free portraits will be taken every weekday from no until Nov.
4 for the 1978 Yackety Yack. All undergraduate, graduate and
professional students should make appointments at the Carolina
Union from 9 to 3 p m.
Applications are now being accepted from graduate and
professional students interested in serving on the Kerr Lake
Committee Call the GPSF ollice at 9.13-5675.
The Carolina Court Review, an evaluation ot professors and
courses n available in the Undergraduate Library and at the Union
The Fine Arte Festival is sponsoring a logo contest. The winning
entry will be the official logo. Entries aredue by Nov. I2and may be
submitted to Box 315 Carolina Union.
is being challenged in the courts.
The minority-court rule permits an
accused student to request that four of
the seven judges on the trial bench of the
Honor Court be of his or her race or sex.
The procedure was declared
unconstitutional by the U.S. Fourth
Circuit Court of Appeals in July. The
case has been appealed to the U.S.
The EPC meeting is open to all
interested students and faculty
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Trial period ends today
Today is the end of the trial period for night taxi service set
in a contract agreement reached earlier this month by Chapel
Hill and the University.
No decision on the future of the service is expected this week
by Paul Arne, student transportation director. Arne says
UNC and town officials will evaluate the system this week.
In the contract agreement, the shared-ride service would be
re-evaluated if the average nightly ridership fell below 100.
The average has been about 55 riders per night.
The Chapel Hill Transportation Board will discuss what
Tape player, radio,
banner and wallet
among items stolen
An eight-track tape player and an AM
FM radio were stolen from an automobile
parked at a Manning Drive parking deck
Thursday, University Police reported.
Vicky Evans of Rt. 3, Hillsborough told
police she discovered the theft when she
returned to her unlocked car at 2:58 p.m.
A banner belonging to Playmakers
Repretory Company was stolen between
10:30 and 1 1:30 a.m. Sunday.The6-foot by
12-inch black and white burlap banner was
valued at $80.
Shu-Hui Ong, a clinical sciences
employee, told police her wallet was missing
from an unlocked room wrfile she was out to
lunch Thursday. Missing items include
several credit cards, the victim's driver's
license and $10 cash.
Jinny Lingner of 401 Seven St. reported
her red backpack, shoes and a change of
clothes missing from Fetzer Field Sunday.
The backpack was later found in the nearby
woods and returned to University Police.
Total value of the missing items is S20.
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Pre-registration for AERO 11a,
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Scholarships are available.
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Approximately $12,000 starting salary.
SEE CAPTAIN ANDERSON, 201 LENOIR HALL,
OR CALL 933-20742143.
UNBELIEVABLE! SKI VAIL, COLORADO with
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,Novemuer 7. Fiist 23 .
deposits get to go. Circle Tours. 942-4196; Bill
Verch 933 2567 on Oct. 31.
UNC SKI CLUB MEETING. Tuesday,
November 1, 7:00 p.m. in 111 Murphey. Bring Vail
Legal Clinic of Winston,
Coleman, and Bernholz
Offering legal services at reasonable prices
at convenient times.
Services available are:
$125 plus court costs
$35 plus court costs
$15 for 30 minutes
For an appointment call 929 0394. Legal clinic
located in NCNB Plaza above Blimpie's.
NEED TO BUY FIVE TICKETS to Blue-White
game. Desiderate! Call Steve at 933 8618. Please
keep trying and or leave message!
I NEED ONE OR TWO Blue-White tickets.
Please call Trent at 933-3831!
NEEDED TICKETS (guest or student) to the
Blue-White Basketball game. Phone 933-2780 or
NEED 3 OR 4 TICKETS for Clemson UNC game.
Any seals will do (as long as they're close
together). Call 933 5114 immediately (keep
SAILBOAT - Alcort Sailfish 138" bng, 125
pounds, fiberglass, blue and white. Good
condition. Can be carried on car lop. $365.00. Call
933 9657 after 5:30.
NEED MONEY? Sell Lacoste sportswear on
campus. High profits, info, call (215) 387 8882.
Write: Golden Gator, Inc., 506 S. 41st St., 2K,
Philadelphia, Pa. 19104.
TEACHER NEEDED. Local Christian school
needs experienced first grade leacher. Sponsored
by a fundamental church. Write or call Liberty
Christian Schools, P.O. Box 11 186, Durham. 668
7616. OVERSEAS JOBS summeryear-round.
Europe, S- America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields,
$500 $1200 monthly. Expenses paid, sightseeing.
Free inform. Write: Internatbnal 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 MutualLife,94241jj7.
4 BEDROOM HOUSE in country for rent. $250
monthly. Kids, nMs ok Cull 942 2512. Keep
Lost and Found
LOST: WOMAN'S BEIGE WOOL JACKET in
Alum-it 1 1.11 Reward Call 383 5827.
revisions it will suggest for the service at its regular meeting at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Municipal Buuaing.
John Temple, UNC vice chancellor for business and
finance, has suggested the town consider dropping the 25 cent
surcharge for the taxi service and include some fixed-route
bus service at night. '
However, Arne says the most important revision for the
taxi service was instituted when the required one-hour
advance notice for pick-up was eliminated. "I am undecided
F . a t t -It V.J
LOST: ALL GOLD, square, ladies watch, at or
around Kenan Stadium, October 22. Sentimental
value. Please call 933-8224 and claim reward.
LOST: ON CAMPUS, men's brown glasses with
"Austria" written inside frame. Call 942 1486.
FOUND: A PAIR of girl's glasses in the Student
Health Center. Contact Dr. Schaeferle.
LOST: NORTH FORSYTH HIGH School class
ring. White gold, ruby stone. Initials JRR. Lost
October 17, reward offered. If found contact
ROOMMATE WANTED for house in country.
Ten miles from campus. Female preferred. Call
362 4214 after 6:00 p.m. for information. Pleasant
atmosphere and nice people.
1NSTA-COPY offset printing. & quick copying
while you wait. 100 satisfaction guaranteed.
Check our fast service and bw price on theses
work. Insta-copy, corner of Franklin & Columbia,
(over the Zoom). 929-2147 '
RE-ELECT ALDERMAN SILVER, because
Marvin uses his technical skills as. a physicist for
our benefit, such as a noise ordinance fair to
students Bruce Tindall, UNC Law.
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.
PARENTS AND FRIENDS OF UNC. Don't miss
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JOEY, CINDY, GLENDA: Land Shark returns!
Beware UNICEF collectors on Halloween. Trick
or Treat! A warning from Debbie and Susan.
H. Mc. - BEWARE OF THE SPOOK lurking in
your shadow. He's searching ior a Halloween
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