2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, November
Public aarvlca announcementa mutt be turned
Union by 1 00 p m it they era to run the next
Ecfcankar, The Path of Total Awarrntss, prtstms the film
Eckmkar:A Wcy of Uft i1W o m in Toy Lounge on the fourth
floor of Dey HtlL Fret Admission.
Dr. Frad Aneon of the California Inmtute of Technology will
ipeak on Clinint Molecules: Electrochemiitry with Reactants
attached to Electrode Surfaces" at 8 p m. in 207 Venable.
Tha Intamat tonal Folk Dancara will meet it 7 p.m. at the
Student Center of the Univemty Presbyterian Church Cit Cit
(Turkiih), Poitupano (Macedonian) and Bclcsi Parol
(Hungarian) will be taught.
The NCtL Land Management Committee will meei at 8 p m.
in Room 213. Carolina Union.
Milton Carothera, Presbyterian University Minister, will
moderate a program on the male-female relationships in country
music at I p.m. at the Church of Reconciliation on Elliott Drive.
Live music by Real Fire. Can will leave the parking lot of
Univentty Presbyterian Church at 7 .10 p m. for those needing
The UNC Water Polo Club will meet at 6 p.m. in Room 21.1.
The Student Conaumer Action Union will hold an
organuattonal meeting for persons interested in working on The
Southern Part of Heaven? at 4 p.m. in Suite B. Carolina Union.
Come help SCAU compile better apartment-hunting information
for Chapel Hill and Carrboro.
The Joint UNC -Duke Phyelce Colloquium will present Prof.
Douglas Hall of Vandcrbilt University speaking on "V. hy Binary
Sun Don't Have Constant Orbital Periods" at 3:50 p.m. in 2r3
Cerotna QoM, tha campus scouts group, will meet for dessert
and coffee at 7 p m at the Zoom
The UNC Tennle Club will meet at 7 p.m. in Room 209
Carolina Union. All members are urged to attend and anyone
interested in joining a welcome. (Duet are S2 per semester)
Chapel Hill ECOS will not meet tonight, but will meet Nov 9.
Seniors or graduate students who do not desire to teach, are
seeking employment or want to use the services of the Career
Planning end Placement Office are invited to an orientation
meeting at 10 a m. in the Frank Poner Graham Lounge of the
The UNC Apathy Club will not hold its first meeting today.
Anyone interested a invited not to attend.
Anyone interested in the UNC Study-Travel Program In Great
rttaln should attend a meeting at 7:30 p m. in 218 Peabody Hall.
The program will be described in detail, and participants from
previous programs will answer questions.
The Christian Science Organization will hold its weekly
meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of
the Carolina Union. Tha week's topic: "Strength A tnergy Irom
God." All arc welcome.
Berry debet will perform at 9 p m. Thursday in Deep Jonah
Come on down to the moat laid-back place in town BYO beer or
wine. No cover. We're in the basement of the Carolina I'mon.
Students and faculty are invited to the International Center
Co flee Hour from 3 to 5 p m. Thursday for a slide show and talk
on the University of Ghana by Sondra McCurry. a UNC student
participant in the Junior Year at Ghana program.
Anyone interested in looking into the itudenl-advleef
artuailon ii encouraged to attend a Student Consumer Action
Union meeting at 4 p.m. Thursday in Suite B of the Carolina
An organuetiona! meeting for all persons interested in working
on the Student Conaumer Action Unlon't new edition of Guide
to Chapel Hill Merchants will be held at 7 p m. Thursday in Suite B
of the Carolina Union.
H inton James presents The Odd Couple starring Jack Lemmon
and Waller Matthau. 8 and 10 p.m. Thursday in the Ja,mes
recreation room. Admission is 50 cents and free refreshments will
Interested in an internship or tummer job? Come to an
orientation meeting for the P re-career Experience Program,
which helps students who want short-term experience in a field of
potential interest. Meeting will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday in 108
Hanea Hall, sponsored by Career Planning and Placement.
Career Planning and Placement ia offering a free workshop on
reeume dealgn at 1 1 a m Thursday in the Frank Porter Graham
Lounge of the Carolina Union.
The Aschamrat, UNCi interdisciplinary science magaine will
meet at epan. Thursday in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the
Carolina Union. Articles to be considered for publication in the fall
ieaue should be turned in thii week. If there are questions, call 967
5186 after 6 p.m.
Betty Lou Johnson, Republican national committeemember,
will apeak against succession at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Room 204
Carolina Union. The speech is the second in a two-part series
'Should Succession SucctedT sponsored by the UNC College
The UNC Juggler Aeeocletlon will meet at 4 p m. Thursday in
Memorial Hall. Beginners, are welcome.
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The Carolina Forum Committee will meet at 4 p.m. Thursday
in Room 207 Carolina Union. All members are asked to attend.
Dleco Party! Presented by the N C H illel Foundation from 8.30
p.m. to 12:30 a m. Thursday. All you can drink, and admission is SI
for affiliates. $2 for nonaffiliates. Come to Hillel. 2I0W. Cameron
The Y Hunger Action Committee will meet at 7: 30 p.m.
Thursday to coordinate plans for the "Fast for a World Harvest."
All interested persons are urged to attend.
The 1977 Homecoming Dance end Concert sponsored
annually by the General Alumni Association will be provided by
ihe Shirellet and Swamp Fox. Tickets are $7.50 per personftwo for
the price of one offered to students only.) Tickets available cjaily at
Alumni Office. Alumni House.
William Geer will share his impressions of Red China at a YMCA
dinner dlecuealon at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the Presbyterian Student
Center. Bring a dish to the pot-luck supper and enjoy the
conversation. All students and faculty are invited to sign up in
Room I02 of the Y Building.
The Intorvaralty Chrlatlen Fellowahlp will have an all-campus
meeting to honor returning alumni at 8 p m F riday in the faculty
lounge on fourth-floor Dey Hall. Everyone is welcome.
The Union Gallery Committee will sponsor a sale by
Chlneberry Cratl co-op in front of the Carolina Union from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday.
Pep Rally Obttuarlei: Memorial Services for the Clemion
Tigers to be held at 12:30 p.m Friday in Ihe Pit Everyone come.
Abo. banner contest. Winners receive a keg
The men of Ram II Chapter ol Oroove PHI Groove 8oclJ
Fellowahlp, Inc. cordially invite you to attend their first Annual
Black A White Ball. 10 p.m. to 2 a m. Saturday in the Great Hall.
The ERA Committee will meet at 7 p m Thursday at the AWS
office. Suite D Carolina Union. All persons interested in seeing
ERA ratified in North Carolina are urged to attend.
The South Cempul Committee ol the Caroline Union will
meet at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Morrison Conference Room. All
interested penons are invited to attend.
A planning meeting for the Men Reaource Center, to provide
lor suppon for men as they struggle against sexist altitudes and
behavior in their own lives and in society will he held at 7:30 p m.
Thursday in the Carolina Union.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Vote Tor your Lady Blue in (he Hofntcomlno, Oun Election
Orders for flowed will be taken at all voting booths at the Carolina
Union, Undergraduate Library, and YMCV
The Trm Papor CUnta. a icrv.ee offered by the U ndcrgraduate
Library Reference Department, will continue throughout (he
lemetter. Sign up at the Undergrad Library Reference Dek for
help through research itages of your term paper.
Womancratt'Htndmadt goods. Free dcmonstreitiunk and
special ordcrv 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. Jicrowt from
McDonald's or call 929-8362.
Applications are now being accepted from gradualt and
profmlonal atudtnta interested in wrung on the Karr Laka
Committal Call the GPSF office at 91J-5t75
The Carolina Court Ravlaw. an evaluation of professors and
courses is available in the Undergraduate Library and at the Union
The Flna Arta Faatfval is sponsoring a logo contest The winning
entry will be the official logo. Entries are due by Nov. i2 and ma be
submitted to Box .11) Carolina Union.
Sign-ups for HEED 33 Human Saiuallty will be held by lottery
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday in Room 315 of the School of
The Nip P. Oaaka Mamorfal last annual CPA finale and gel
naked graduation party will be at 9 p.m. Nov. 5 until Dec. IK.
Refreshments will be served. Bring cheese.
WX YC News has opanlngs tor local rtporttrt. E xpenence not
required. Chance to work with copy editing, feature writing,
production and sports. Come to weekly Monda news meeting at 4
p.m. in Room 213 Carolina Union or call 933-7768.
Members of the UNC IE Spaach Ttam who plan to attend the
George Mason Tourney will have to practice before two coaches by
Monday. Sign up in 215 Bingham for practices.
An informational meeting for anyone interested in working with
the 1977 International Handicrafts Haaar will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday in the Y Building.
Anyone interested in signing up for a prison court through the
speech department is requested to go by Bingham 205 to pick up an
application and sign up ior an interview, 10 a m. to4p nv. Monday
Due to the tremendous response, free portraits lor the 1978
Yacktty Yack will be taken until Nov, II Photographers' hours
are 9 a.m. to noon and I p.m. to 5 p.m MWF.and I p.m.to5p.m.
aid 6 p.m. to 9 p.m TTH. All undergraduate, graduate and
professional students should make appointments at the Carolina
Union between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. oi by calling 933-1 259 betwe .i I
and 5 p.m.
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10 Dance of
19 Health food
25 Kings: Fr.
27 Of a pelvic
30 Banish from
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35 Give forth
37 Behind a
38 "Ballad of
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45 Least nutty
51 Meal source
52 All: comb,
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1977 Homecoming Court
First row, I. to r.: Cam Lucas (Pi Kappa Phi Frat.); Lori Lewis (Pi Lambda Phi Frat.);
Cathy McDowell (Kappa Delta Sor.); Sarah Futrell (Air Force ROTC Angel Flight);
Cindy Coe (Phi Delta Chi Frat.); Cheryl Anita King (Alpha Kappa Alpha Sor.)
Second row, I. to r.: Toni Mascherin (Kappa Alpha Theta Sor.); Susan Davis (Sigma
Nu Frat.); Ann Clarke (Chi Phi Frat.); Carter Williams (Whitehead Dorm); Melinda
Steele (Kappa Kappa Gamma Sor.); Susan Swindell (Alpha Tau Omega Frat.) .
Third row: Leigh Spicer (Morrison Dorm) and Allison Medlin (Granville Residence
Not pictured is Wanda Lovette (Phi Mu Sor.)
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
Best name room in town
Downstairs Mad Hatter Deli serves
delicious hot & cold sandwiches fantastic Salad' Bar Try us soon!
For Homecoming Queen
Save time., advertise in the DTH
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Almar's Black Pepper
Yellow Or White
American Cheese Lb
Edam Cheese.... Lb.
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Cherry Or Apple
Sweet German Chocolate Cake Ea- $2-79
Hard Rolls Doz. 69c
Italian Bread Loaf 53c
WATCH FOR OUR UNADVERTISED SPECIALS
DECORATED CAKES AND PARTY TRAYS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Carr Mill Shopping Village
Puces Effective Through Sun., Nov. 6. 1977
All Quantity Rights Reserved
128 E. Franklin Street
Next to Yogurt Barn Downtown
Bar Phone: 929-8276
Deli Phone: 929-3824
Homecoming balloting today,
flower orders to be taken
Voting lor the 1977 Homecoming Queen
will be held from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. today.
Voting booths will be located at Chase
Cafeteria, the Undergraduate Library and
Persons at voting booths also will be
taking orders for boutonnieres and corsages
"cheapest of anywhere in town," said
David Royle, president of the Carolina
The flowers may be picked up Friday
night or Saturday morning at the Carolina
Union. Profits will go to the UNC Crew
The. Homecoming Queen will be selected
from a court of 20 nominees the largest
number in a decade. The girls were
nominated by campus organizations such as
dorms, fraternities and sororities.. ,
The winner, will be announced during
halftime of the annual Homecoming football
game Saturday, which this year pits Carolina
against Clemson at 1:30 p.m. in Kenan
The entry fee for a nominee is $20. The
Carolina Athletic Association, which
coordinates the event, is giving the profits to
the UNC Crew Club, which was struck
THE ETERNAL PERSPECTIVE
' Sunday, Nov. 6; 1-5 p.m.
Great Hall of the Carolina Union, UNC
' Requested Donation: $3.00 ,
An Introductory Film
Eckankar: A Way of Life
Faculty Lounge, Dey Hall
1NSTA COPY offset printing & quick copying
while you wait. 100 satisfaction guaranteed.
Check our fast service and low price on theses
work. Insta-copy, corner of Franklin & Columbia
(over the Zoom). 929-2147.
A REPRESENTATIVE OF U.S. NAVY Officer
Programs will be in the Placement office on
November 9. Interested seniors should register
for an interview with the Placement office.
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.
VW PARTS & machine service for Do-it-yourselfers
at lowest prices. The Bug Haus
967-7414 evenings for information.
VW GOT THE BLAHS? Tune-ups $1230
plus parts. Mufflers, clutches, shocks,
brakes, valves, rebuilds. The Bug Haus
guarantees parts & labor. 967-7414 evenings
For Sale v ;;v
1972 FORD MAVRICK, Carolina blue. New
interior, needs minor repairs but otherwise
excellent condition. $800.00 Call Mike after 5:30
FOR SALE: 3 Granville South contracts for
spring semester. If interested call 933-0345 or 933
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
JOB OPENINGS: Alcoa Aluminum has College-Management-Training
openings. No experience
necessary. From $3.75hr. $5.25hr. to start.
Non-students also welcome. Apply at Carolina
Union, Room 209, today at 3:10 p.m.
NEED MONEY? Sell Lacoste sportswear on
campus. High profits, info, call (215) 387-8882.
Write: Golden Gator, Inc., 506 S. 41st St., 2K,
TEACHER NEEDED. Local Christian school'
needs experienced first grade teacher. Sponsored
by a fundamental church. Write or call Liberty
Christian Schools, P.O. Box 1 1 186, Durham. 688
7616. . '. . . .
OVERSEAS JOBS summeryear-round.
Europe, S. America, Australia, Asia, etc. All Jields,
$500-$1200 monthly. Expenses paid, sightseeing.
Free inform. - Write: International Joj5 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? CaJI.Jim
Morgan, Northwestern Mutual Life, 94241. '
heavily by vandalism and theft last year.
During halftime of the football game,
Edison Ford of Charlotte, the first Tar Heel
to score a touchdown in Kenan Stadium, will
be honored with his 1927 teammates, who
will be special guests of the General Alumni
The annual Blue-White basketball game
in Carmichael Auditorium is slated to start
about 30 minutes after the football game
Also, the GAA will hold its regular
postgame Alumni Mixer at the Carolina Inn
after the game.
To help alumni reminisce, the GAA is
presenting the "Golden Oldies" of the
famous Shirelles at the Homecoming Dance
Saturday night in Woollen Gym.
FOR THE RECORD
No free beer or munchies
The Daily Tar Heel incorrectly reported
Monday that APO service fraternity would
hold a gingko tree party with free beer and
munchies. APO will hold the party when the
gingko leaves fall, but there will be no free
beer or munchies.
Free to Public
Lost and Found
LOST: WHITE SWEATER with Carolina blue
design in Student Union last week. Call 933-8723
to collect reward $$$. Please return; great
LOST: OPAL RING on handball court Monday
evening October 24. Reward. Please contact
LOST: ALL GOLD, square, ladies watch, at pr
around Kenan Stadium, October 22. Sentimental
value. Please call 933-8224 and claim reward.'
FOUND: A PAIR of girl's glasses in the Student
Health Center. Contact Dr. Schaeferle.
COPYQUICK low cost quality copies. All
work guaranteed. Ni minimum number
required. Free sorting. Upstairs over the
N.C. Cafeteria on Franklin Street. Monday
Saturday. RE-ELECT ALDERMAN SILVEiT. because
Marvin supported the intervention by the
town in fighting the anti-student rate'increase
by Southern Bell - David Smith, UNC Junior.
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