4 The Daily Tar Heel Monday. October 31, 1977
Halloween Special (Come as you are)
Phantom of the Opera (1925) One of
the first great horror films, directed by
Rupert Julian, starring Lon Chaney. At 7
p.m. Monday in Carroll Hall. Little Shop ol
Horrori (1961) - Simple-minded florist's
helper Seymour develops hybrid plant which
demands blood. At 9 p.m. Monday in
Carroll Hall. Horror of Dracula (1958)
Christopher Lee is a 6'6 Count Dracula. At
10: 15 in Carroll Hall. (All three films free
with student ID).
Woman In The Dunes (1964) Hiroshi
Teshigahara's allegory probing questions of
existence and the meaning of freedom. A
man and a woman are trapped in a sandpit,
and their lives become a battle. Special Jury
Award, Cannes Film Festival; one of the
New York Times Best Ten Films of the Year.
At 8 p.m. Wednesday in Carroll Hall. Free
with student ID.
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Halloween are the theme of this Cosby Kids
special, in which troublemaker Devery
masterminds a scheme to scare the "weird"
old people of the nieghborhood.
NFL Football The New York Giants
meet the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch
Memorial Stadium in St. Louis. At 9 p.m. on
CBS Special Report: The Battle Over
Panama The treaty and its controversies.
Supporters and opponents of the treaty are
heard in this report. One of the key issues
they discuss concerns the circumstances
Phi Kappa Sigma
"National doesn't like us being so small.
Fraternities as a whole are in some financial
trouble. So naturally, they want more dues
coming in." Brubaker said.
If the lraternity moved back to campus, it
would soon become like other fraternities,
Frank Starnes said. "We would have more
members, higher dues, bigger mixers and
would gradually become like other
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and Residence Areas.
"Desegregation and Human
Rights: the University's
Responsibility to Racial Equality"
Wed., Nov. 2
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Thurs., Nov. 3
Beer & Wire
7:00 PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. RllDert Julian 1925. One nf thp first oreM hnrrnr films
Including the original two-strip Technicolor Bal Masque scene.
9:00 LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. Roger Corman, 1961. Simple-minded florist's helper Seymour, in an effort to impress his girl friend
Audrey, develops a hybrid plant which, as it turns out, rejects ordinary plant food and demands blood instead! Is Audrey the kind of girl to be
impressed? Cruel Fate!
10:15. HORROR OF DRACULA. Terence Fisher, 1958. Christopher Lee is a 6'6" Count Dracula. "Out of the castle and into the streets!"
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Friday, Nov. 11
Tickets on sale at the Union Desk.
Friends of the College present
An Operatic Trio
Nov. 4, 5 Reynolds Coliseum, Raleigh 8:00 p.m.
Tickets $2-00 at Union Desk.
under which the U.S. would intervene
militarily to insure the neutrality of the
canal. At 8 p.m. on Channel 1 1.
Belle of Amherst The rerun of a tour-de-force.
Julie Harris won a Tony for her
portrayal of poet Emily Dickinson in this
one-woman show. The telecast is adapted
from William Luce's Broadway play. At 8
p.m. on Channel 4.
Vladimir The story of a battle of wills
between an ancient vampire and a modern
woman, a radio drama for Halloween, set in
a quiet New England town. Heard
exclusively in the 1 riangle area on FM 107
The North Carolina String Quartet
Edgar and Dorothy Alden, violins, Ann
Woodward, viola; Alan Smith, cello.
p.m. in Hill Hall. Free to the public.
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Phi Kappa Sigma does not have many
mixers with sororities, but they don't seem to
mind it. Most of their parties are informal
"smokers." During basketball season, for
instance, they get a keg of beer and invite
their "little sisters" and "social affiliates"
over. 1 he sisters and affiliates are friends
from campus. They attend most of the
activities and help out during rush.
Phi Kappa Sigma is known for their
unusual parties, Doughtun said. "One of the
funniest things we do is what we call a 'stump
roast.' We go out and clear out some trees.
We sit around watching the stumps burn and
You just might find it
"Education in America:
Nov. 9, 8:00 p.m.
Memorial Hall, Free
Tuesday, November 8
8:00 p.m. Memorial Hall
The National Lampoon Show:
"That's Not Funny, That's Sick!"
Sat., Nov. 19 Memorial Hall
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Herbie Mann filled Memorial Hall with the sounds of his jazz flute Friday night,
delighting several hundred listeners. Mann's performance included "Mississippi
Gambler," "Birdwalk" and "Do It Again" (from the porno movie of the same title).
Mann is one of many jazz musicians who several years ago began to draw from
popular music to widen their appeal. Despite some technical difficulties, Mann and
his group received a standing ovation and played an encore. Staff photo by Allen
in the DTH Classifieds.
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12 noon 'til 3 p.m.
9 p.m. 'til 12 midnight
Meeting today to introduce
political science seminar
A meeting to introduce and explain a new
seminar for students interested in the
political science honors program will be held
at 3:30 p.m. today in 510 Hamilton Hall,
according to Jeffrey L. Obler, director of the
The seminar, Poli Sci 91, is designed
specifically for students considering the
honors program. Obler said. Beginning this
spring, anyone interested in the program will
be required to take the seminar during the
second semester of his junior year.
The seminar will involve work on the
initial stages of the student's honors thesis.
"They (the honors students) will give a brief
statement on w hat their thesis will be," Obler
said. "If the (student's) thesis is accepted, he
or she can continue in the program; if not, he
or she leaves the program with credit for Poli
Obler said students whose thesis topics
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Manly, Old East
RA's create show
By ELIZABETH MESSK K
Manly Resident Adviser (RA) Rob
Rosiello wanted his RA project this semester
to be something for both the University and
charity. Last month, he and three other
North Campus RAs decided to work
together on their projects.
The result: The Olde Campus Talent
Show, to be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday in
Memorial Hall. Admission is 50 cents.
Proceeds will go to the Campus Y Big
Brother-Big Sister program.
Talent in the 20-act show is diverse,
Rosiello said Sunday. "It can be divided into
basically three groups. Some of the groups
'are almost professional. One group has a
manager and its own costumes.
"The second group has a good bit of
talent, but these performers are shy. Many
have probably never been on a stage before.
"The other acts are skits by people who
wanted to be in the show, so they invented
something to do."
The program includes several singing acts,
a juggling act, some skits and a vocal quartet.
At least one act will bring the house down,
The panel of five faculty judges that will
select winners includes Associate English
Professor Christoper M . Armitage, romance
language Professor George B. Daniel and
Campus Y Director Edith Elliot.
The six prizes to be awarded are dinner for
two at Jordan's, lunch and brew for two at
Spanky's, a gift certificate from Oxbow
Music, two albums from School Kids'
Records, two super sundaes from Swensens
and two free passes from the Carolina
Others organizing the show are Manly R A
Dan Heneghan and Old West RAs Greg
Miseykb and Pat Williams.
were accepted would still have the option of
not entering the program.
Obler stressed that students who want to
enter the honors program must take Poli Sci
9 1 during the second semester of their junior
year. "If they fail to take it the second
semester of their junior year, they cannot
enter the program," he said.
The new seminar is being introduced in
response to complaints by honors students
that the program is too unstructured, Obler
Previously, political science honors
students had two semesters of independent
study, under the guidance of an adviser, in
preparation for their honors theses. The
introduction of Poli Sci 9 1 during the second
semester of the student's junior year should
provide the needed structuring, Obler said.
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