2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, November
Public aarvloa announcmant mutt ba turnad
Union by 1:00 p.m. If they are to run me next
The Caroline Union Partormlng Arte Committee will meet it
7:15 p.m. in the Frank Porter Grihsm Lounge, Ctrolint Union.
AD interested pereons are encouraged lo tttend.
The Online, CM) will meet 7 a m. in room 207 Ctrolint U num.
Upcoming tnpi will be discussed tnd t film ibout the club will be
Parliamo luliano. Come to the Tavoia Hallana 6 p.m. i the
Rendeivout (formerly Tello'i).
The Premed-Prtdenul Society. Alpha Epellon Delta will meet
at 7 p.m in 103 Berryhitl Hill The topic it "Forensic Pathology
An U niuutl Fonim of Healthcare Delivery" by Dr. Page H udson.
Everyone it welcome.
Young Democrtlt and othert campaigning for the
Oubtmatortal Sucotaaton Amendment and Democratic
candidate) for Aldermen, will meet 7 p.m. at 319 Connor. Pollen
will be given and auignmenti made for election day.
Doug Mayoa from WBTV in Charlotte will be in the Pit at noon
to tape "man on the street" interviews for "On The Square" newt
Sociology Deportment Career Night 7p m.at 151 Hamilton
Hall. Career planning adviten and repreienttiivet of potential
employer! and various graduate and profeuional programs will be
on hand to provide information and answer questions.
The Oovamlng Board of the AeeWanoe Halt Aeeocletlon
will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the Faculty Lounge of the Morehead
The Order of the Ootden Fleece will meet at 7 p.m. in Suite C
of the Carolina Union.
Open Stage Night will be held in Deep Jonah at It a.m. in the
basement of the Carolina Union. Amateur talent will tie
performing. Free admission. BYO wine and beer.
DeMa Sigma ft will meet tonight at 6:30 p.m. in 1-6 New
The Fetlowehlp ot Christian Athletes (FCA) will meet at 7: 30
p.m. in the Kenan Field House. Danny Lou will speak Everyone is
The Fern In let-Nonviolence group will meet at 7:30 p m. at
Frirmis Meeting House in Durhtm.
The Association tor Women Students (AWS) will meet at
7:30 p.m. in Room 209 Carolina Union. The speaker will be J.
Sharpc, chairperson of the Women's Festival Committee. AWS it
planning the fettival for Jan. 22 through 28 and needs your help.
State law requires locaj elections boards to hear
appeals only from persons who were denied the
right to register. Neither of Drakeford's witnesses"
was denied that right.
"We have no investigative powec" Lloyd said.
"We can hear the students' complaints. And we
can see to it that the improper questioning doesn't
happen again. But that's about it."
Drakeford said he and Carrboro Alderman
Ernie Patterson produced the names at the request
of Joe Nassif, elections board chairperson.
"He (Nassif) asked us to provide the board with
some names," Drakeford said Monday. "We're
doing that. When the letter is sent, our
responsibility ends and the board's responsibility
The improper questions Drakeford said the two
students were asked include: "Do you plan to live
here the rest of your life?" and "Did you know
your parents will lose you as a tax deduction if you
register in Orange County?"
The Senior Choir of The Chapel of the Cross will sing
Ralph Vaughan Williams'
MASS IN G MINOR
As part of the All Saints' Day Liturgy
8:00 P.M., TUESDAY, NOV. 1
, Chapel of the Cross
' 304 E. Franklin St.
fitted polished cleaned
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day Etch Item will run it least twice.
The Lab Theatre presents "An Evening oi One Ads" ai 8 p.m.
in 06 Graham Memorial ftiundon Demand and Ruliime Stun by
Scan O'Casey tnd Htlh Out There by W illiam Saroytn will be
presented. Admission is free. Tickets are available outside the box
office in Graham Memorial, or sign the waiting list outside Room
06. This is a project of ME A acting students.
A collection cif Carolina's lop student talent will perform at H
p m in Memorial Hall in the (Irat OLDE campus talent show for
charity. Fifty cents admission will go to the YMCA Rig-Brother.
Big-Sisler program. A panel of faculty judges will pick lop acts in
win priics donated by Chapel Hill merchants
Coffee Watch will be held 9 to 1 1 a m today and Wednesday in
the Pine Room, and provides an informal atmosphere tor
student ' professor conversation. Coffee and paslnes are suld.
Sponsored by Campus Y.
Eckankar, The Path of Total Awareness, presents the film
Eckankar: A Way of Lift 7:30 p.m Wednesday In loy l ounge on
the fourth floor of Dry Hall. Free Admission.
The 1(77 Homecoming Dance and Concert sponsored
annually by the General Alumni Association will be held Irom 9
pm. lo I a m Saturday. Nov. 5 in Woollen Gym. Music will be
provided by the Shirelles and Swamp Fox. Tickets are S7.50 per
person. (Two for the price of one for students only). Tickets
available daily at Alumni Office. Alumni House.
Dr. Fred Anson of the California Institute cf Technology will
speak on "Clinging Molecules: Electrochemisiiy with Reuctants
attached to Electrode Surfaces" at 8 p.m Wcdnesdav in 207
The International Folk D in cars will meet at 7 pm
Wednesday tt the Student Center of the University Presbyterian
Church. Cil Cil (Turkish). Posiupann (Macedonian) and Btkcsi
Parol (Hungarian) will be taught.
The NCSL Land Management Committee will meet at K p m
Wednesday in Room 21!. Carolina Union.
Milton Carothtrt, Presbyterian University Minister, will
moderate a program on the male-female relationships in country
music al 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Church of Reconciliation on
Ellioll Drive. Live music by Real Fire. Cars will leave the parking
lot of University Presbyterian Church at 7:30 p m. for those
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The N.C. Board of Elections has a list of
questions local officials may use to determine if a
person registering to vote, is qualified, under
residency requirements, to cast his ballot locally.
Marianne Mount, one of Drakeford's
witnesses,, said she was asked the question
concerning permanent residency.
"First she (an elections registrar) asked me if 1
was a student," Mount said. "Then she told me 1
had to be a permanent resident to register here.
"When 1 told her 1 thought of myself as a
permanent resident, she asked me if I ever planned
to return to New York (Mount's native state).
"She was just harassing me, trying to stop me
Mount said the registrar allowed her to register
after 30 minutes of questioning. She said she does'
not know who the registrar is.
The imporper questioning supposedly took
place at the CarrboroTown Hall on Oct. 3, 4 or 6.
John C. Southern, Optician
121 e. Franklin st. 1
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The UNC Water Polo Club will meet m p m Wcdncsu,ii in
Room 21.1. Carolini Uni.'n.
Tht Student Consumer Action Union will hold an
organisational ranting lor persons interested in working on 7if
Snwlwrn Pari of Heawn ' al 4 n m. Wednesday in Suite B.
Catohna Union. Come help SCAl' compile heller aparimcm
huniing information lor Chanel Hill and Carrhoro.
The men of Ram II Chapltr ot Groovi PHI Qroovt Social
Feljowthlp, Inc. cordiall) mule sou to aitend their lirl Annual
Black Sl While Hall. Hip m to 2am Saturday in ihc(i real Hall
The ERA Commltttt will meet 7 p m. I hursdai al the AWS
office. Suile t). Carolina I'liion. All persons imcresied in seeing
ERA raiilied in North Carolina arc urged lo attend.
Tht South Campus Commltttt of tht Carolina Union will
nieel al II p m. Thursday in the Morrison Coherence Room. All
interesicd persons are inulcd to attend.
the Joint I'NC-Dukc Physics Colloquium will present Prof.
Douglas Hall ol Vanderhill I mversity speaking on "Why Binary
Slars Don'l Have Constant Orbital Periods" al J: 51) p m.
Wednesday in Room 265 Phillips Hall
A planning meeting lor the Men's Resource Center, lo provide
lor support lor men as ihey struggle against scuist altitudes and
hehavior in their own lives and in society will be held at 7:30 pm.
Thursday in ihe Carolina Union.
Items of interest
Vole lor your I ady Blue in this W ednesday's Homtcomlng
Quttn Eltctlon. Orders lor flowers will he taken at all voting
hoolhs al Ihe Carolina I'nion. t'ndergraduale Library, and
The Ttrm Ptptr Clinic, a service offered by Ihe Undergraduate
I ibrary Reference Department, begins Tuesday and will continue
throughout Ihe semester. Sign up al the Undergrad Library
Carrboro begins crackdown on traffic
By MIKE WADE
In an effort to stop a rising number of
traffic mishaps between cars and bicycles,
the Carrboro Police Department has begun
a crackdown on traffic violations by
motorists and cyclists alike.
The crackdown is aimed specifically at
violations occurring on Main Street in
Carrboro between Greensboro and Franklin
streets. Police Chief J. W. Blackwood said
Monday. The purpose of the crackdown, he
said, is "to get across to the citiens that it's
becoming more and more dangerous to ride
a bike in that area (Main Street)."
Although he had no specific figures
available. Blackwood said the police
department has noticed a rising trend in the
number of traffic accidents involving
bicycles in the last three months. He noted
that the intersection of Main Street. Merritt
Mill Road and W. Franklin Street has been
especially dangerous recently, with several
accidents caused by cyclists passing cars on
the right and then being hit by turning
traffic "That is probably our worst
intersection." he said.
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Relerence Desk lor help through research stages ol your term
Womincratl-Htndmadt jooda. l-ree demonstrations and
special orders. Creative workshops and classes. Exhibited in early
November will be hats and scarves, and lor Ihe remainder ol Ihe
momh dolls. Come hv 412 W f-ranklin Sl across trom
McDonald's or call 929-ktM
Frtt portraits will be laken every weekday from now until Nov.
4 lor ihe I97K Yacktty Yack All undergraduate, graduate and
professional students should make appointments ai the Carolina
Union from 9 lo 5 p m. 1
Applications are now being accepted from graduatt and
proltttlonal atudtnta interested in serving on Ihe Ktrr Lakt
Commltttt Call Ihe GPSh office at 9JJ-5n7S.
The Carolina Court Rtvltw. an evaluation of piolcssors and
courses is available in Ihe Undergraduate Library and al Ihe Union
T he Flnt Arts Ftatlval is sponsoring a logo contest. The w inning
emry will be Ihe official logo. Entries areduc by Nov. 12 and may he
submitted lo Box 315 Carolina Union.
Sign-ups for HEED 33 Human Sexuality will he held by lottery
Irom 9 a.m. to 5 p.m Thursday in Room 315 of Ihe School of
the Nip P. Osaka Memorial last annual CPA finale and gel
naked graduation parly will he al 9 p.m. Nov. 5 uniil Dec. It.
Relreshmcnts will be served Bring cheese.
WXVC News has openings lor local reporters Experience nut
required. Chance to work wiih copy editing, feature writing,
production and sporls. Comelo weekly Monday news meeting at 4
p m in Room 213 ol Ihe Union of call 933-77M1.
I here's not much lime left lo gel your PORT. R Al I taken for the
1971 Yacktty Yack. Make an appoimmenl now at ihe Carolina
Union. 9 a m. lo 5 p.m. or call 933-1259 between I and 5 p.m.
Photographers will be here 9 a m. lo noon. I loSp.m M WE. and I
lo 5 p.m.. ft lo 9 p m. II h
Blackwood said a large part of the
problem has resulted from cyclists' failure to
obey traffic laws. He said police officers will
be alert to improper passing and running red
lights and stop signs by both cyclists and
motorists. "Most of the accidents are caused
by careless mistakes," he said.
Blackwood said action against cyclists and
motorists who violate traffic laws will be up
to the individual officer's discretion. Officers
can give verbal or written warnings or issue
citations. "If we can (cut down on the
number of accidents) without issuing
citations, we'll just be tickled to death," he
"We haven't had a fatality in Carrboro in
many years, and wedon't want to start now,"
Blackwood said the crackdown also will
include cyclists who illegally ride bicycles on
sidewalks in Carrboro's business district. He
said these cyclists pose a danger to anyone
stepping through the doors of businesses
onto the sidewalk.
The crackdown will continue at least
through this week, and then will be evaluated
to determine its effectiveness, he said.
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'Equus' extension prevented
By AMY McRARY
Although six sell-out performances of
Equus prompted the Playmakers Repertory
Co. (PRC) to add two productions to the
schedule, royalty costs and equity rules
prevented extension of the play's run for an
"These (royalties) are expensive, so it is
expensive for us to extend a play," PRC
Managing Director Joseph Coleman said.
Equity rules require that a decision to
extend a play be made two weeks before the
fact. "The actors must be notified two weeks
in advance if we are going to extend the
play," Coleman said.
The advance-notice requirement brings
the element of guess into the decision. "Not a
lot of tickets were sold before we opened
Equus" said Judy Harper, PRC public
relations director. "But when we opened, a
lot were sold. That happens a lot I think."
The number of plays performed by the
"I believe abortion is murder."
"There's a difference between killing and
"God gave authority to Nixon. He also gave
authority to policemen, judges and even Stalin. He
gave it to Ford, then took it away. He gave it to
UNC SKI CLUB Mt.il ING. 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. i
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.
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.
STILL FOR SALE: Frye boots $20. Crepe-soled
boots $20. Swedish clogs $10. Also direct from
Sweden: CarrLarson prints. Call 929-8231.
FOR SALE: 1974 MGB 4-speed, wire wheels.
Maroon with black top (two extra covers). $3200,
but will negotiate. Call Roger at 933-4072. Leave
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 teacher. Sponsored
by a fundamental church. Write or call Libatly
Christian Schools, P.O. Box 1 1 186, Durham. 688
7616. OVERSEAS JOBS summeryear-round.
Europe, S. America, Australia, Asia, etc. All fields,
$500-$1200 monthly. Expenses paid, sightseeing.
Free inform. Write: International Jdb Center,
Dept. NL, Box 4490, Berkeley, CA 94704 ,
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Looking for'
a part-time job with' good income, flexible
hours, and real experience with a career
opportunity in the business world? Call, Jim;
Morgan, Northwestern Mutual Life, 94241$?.
HELP WANTED: ONE STUDENT-CODER, 7!4
hours per week. To transfer new achievement
data onto computer coding sheets. See Dr.
Roberta Rubin, 105 Peabody Hall, 966-2439.
HI! I'M A SINGLE, curious, playful, adventurous, .
educated, confidant, self-employed, Geminian
male, 32. Large parties, big cities, the bar scene,
and closed minds turn me off. But quiet talk,
shared meals, canoeing, camping, massage,
country walks, fireside evenings, real people and
good movies turn me on. If you're a single, fairly
confident, sexually-liberated, imaginative and
sensitive female who knows herself as ah
individualist and who shares any (or all) of the
above interests, I'd like to explore our mutuality. If
interested, why not drop me a note at Box 265,
Chapel Hill, or call me at 967-6704? My name is
J.B. What's yours?
HAPPY HALLOWEEN to Boo from his babe.
You're the best pumpkin eater yet!
HAPPY HALLOWEEN TO MICHELLE LYNN,
Nicole-Janette and Tara-jeneen from Ichabod
Crane and the orange pumpkin.
HONEY BUNNY, HI you hot little devil. Hope
you don't get your fire put out this Halloween!
Miss your heat in the night. Love, Sugarburger. ,
T. HAPPY HALLOWEEN to the hottest goblin in
DEAR BECKY AND ANGIE, do not celebrate
Halloween too much. Watch out where you trick
or treat . . . Love, SS.
MY DEAREST TEDDY BEAR, I love you very
much and wish you a very happy day. Forever
yours, Little Bottom.
JOHN THOMPSON: If you have my earring,
please call me back. I was not able to reach you
Lisa Myers, 967-1636.
YOUR INTEREST IN ME is still obvious;
however, your attitude is somewhat aloof. Don't
judye a relationship "wrong," especially since you
want to establish one. Please reply with words
Playmakers also creates a scheduling
problem. "We do seven plays, one after
another, so it takes a lot of planning if we do
decide to extend a performance," Coleman
Equus, a Tony Award-winning play, is the
first complete sellout at the Playmakers
Theatre since Look Homeward, Angel last
year. Six of 1 7 performances were sell-outs.
The theatre seats 292 in addition to 20
standing room only spaces. Twenty-eight
stage seats were added for the Equus
"As PRC builds, we will probably run into
this sort of thing more often," Coleman said.
"We're a nonprofit theater, so it may cost
us money if we run the play longer,"
Coleman said. "Speaking from an
economical standpoint, Equus probably
would not have cost us money to run."
To avoid missing a play because it
becomes a sellout, persons should subscribe
for an entire season to PRC plays, Coleman
said. Subscribers receive a discount and are
guaranteed a seat at every show, he said.
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Carter. God has an ultimate plan and purpose."
"God has given men the authority to judge
"The rise of homosexuality is a sign of the end
4 BEDROOM HOUSE in country for rent. $250
monthly. Kids, pets ok. Call 942-2512. Keep
RIDE NEEDED TO ROD STEWART concert at
Greensboro Coliseum Nov. 10. Contact Linda
933-5192 as soon as possible. Will pay for gas.
NEED TWO TICKETS for the Clemson game.
Call Harry at 933-4231.
NEED TO BUY FIVE TICKETS to Blue-White
game. Desperate! Call Steve at 933-8618. Please
keep trying andor leave message!
NEED 3 OR 4 TICKETS for Clemson-UNC game.
Any seats will do (as tang as they're close
together). Call 933-5114 immediately (keep
NEED TWO TICKETS to the UNC-Clemson
game. Call 929-7238 between 5:00-7:00.
Lost and Found
LOST: OPAL RING on handball court Monday
evening October 24. Reward. Please contact
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.
TONIGHT THE GOBLINS, and spooks, and
gremlins and witches, and monsters, and devils,
and bats, and vampires, and skeletons rise to the
occasion and CELEBRATE. Raise hell Carolina
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RE ELECT ALDERMAN SILVER, because
Marvin knows how to evaluate inexpensive,
effective temporary solutions o the water
shortage, such as community wells. Paul
Melbostad, UNC Law.
YOUNG DEMOCRATS and supporters of
Aldermen candidates Cohen, Kawalec, Silver
and Thorpe should come by 319 Connor, 7
p.m. tonight to pick up posters and arrange for
working on electron day. Otherwise call 933
5242. ELECT BETTY FRANCISCO to the
Chapel Hill-Carrboro School Board.
Students should care how their tax
dollars are spent. Vote Betty Francisco
on November 8.
RE-ELECT GERRY COHEN to ti
Chapel HU1 Board of Aldermen. He's
worked hard for better bus service and
against Southern B41 rate hikes. Vote
Gerry Cohen, Tuesday, November 8. t
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