2 The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, November
Public service announcement! must be turned
Union by 1 00 p m it they ire to run me next
Kiln Hawk developer David Stick will aura the impact of
development on the coastal region at 7'W p.m. in Room 202.
Carolina Union. Sponsored by the N.C. Coastal Club.
Student Body President Bill Mom will ipeak at the Dl PW
Society meeting, at 8 p m in MM New Weil.
T here will be a UNC Scuba Club meeting at 7 p.m. in 304
WoollenGym.Dt Newmann of the marine Kience department will
give a ilide show and speech on "Diving and Science." Everyone is
"Growing in Grace." sponsored by Campus Crusade tor
Christ, will meet from 7 to p m. in the fourth floor faculty lounge
o( Dev Hall. All arc welcome.
I he Undergraduate Political Science Association will hold a
meeimg at 2 p.m.. third floor lounge of Hamilton Hall. All
interested people sre welcome.
The planning committee for the 1971 Walk for Humanity will
meet at 7 p m in the Campus Y Building The committee will hear
presentations from various organisations seeking funds from the
Education seniors and graduate students seeking
employment who wanl to use the services of the Career Planning
and I'iacemeni Office are invited loan orientation meeting ai 2.30
pm in Oft Peahody Hall Please sign up in 211 Hanes Hall if you
plan to attend
TheCQC Finance Committee will meet at t p m in SuileC of
the Carolina Union
The Soctedad Hlspanlca Carounesa will hold its weekly
tertulia at 5 p m at He's Not Here. Todos invitados.
The Christian Science Organization will hold its weekly
meeting at 6 p m in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the
Carolina Union. This week's topic: "Strength A Energy fromGod."
A II are welcome.
Barry Oabel will perform at p.m. in Deep Jonah. Come on
down to the most laid-back place in town BYO beer or wine. No
cover. We're in the basement of the Carolina Union.
Students and faculty are invited to the International Canter
Coftee Hour from 3 to J p m. for a slide show and talk on the
University of Ghana by Sondra McCurry. a UNC student
paiticipant in the Junior Year at Ghana program.
Anyone interested in looking into the Student-sdvteer
situation is encouraged to attend a Student Consumer Action
Union meeting at 4 p m in Suite B of the Carolina Union.
An organizational meeting for all persons interested in working
on the Student Consumer Action Union's new edition of Guide
io Chapel Hill Merchant will be nek) at 7 p m. in Suite B of the
Htnton James prescnu The Odd Couple starring Jack Lemmon
and Walter Matthau. ft and 10 p m in the James recreation room.
Admission is 50 cents and free refreshments will be provided.
Interested in an internship or summer job? Come to an
nmnuiion meeting for the P re-career Experience Program,
v. hull helps students who wanl short-term experience in a field of
potential interest Meeting will be held at 3p m. us I0H Hanes Hall,
sponsored by Career Planning and Placement.
Career Planning and Placement is ofTenng a free workshop on
returns design at 1 1 a.m. in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of
the Carolina Union.
Thr Alchemist, UNCs intcrdiaciplinsry science magainc will
meet at I p m in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of thcCsrolina
Union Articles to he considered for publication in the fall issue
should be turned in this week If there are questions, call 967-) 1 116
after 6 pm.
Betty Lou Johnson. Republican national commiiteememhcr.
will speak against succession at 7:30 p.m. in Room 204 Carolina
Union The speech a the second in a two-part series - "Should
Succession Succeed"" sponsored by the UNC College
The UNC Jugglers Association will meet at 4 pm. in
Memorial Hall. Beginners are welcome.
The Carolina Forum Committee will meet at 4 p m. in Room
207 Carolina Union. All members are asked to attend.
Disco Partyl Presented by the N C Hillel Foundation from 11:30
p m to 1230 a m. Ail you can dnnk. and admission is SI for
airiliates. S2 for nonafTiltaies Come to Hillel. 2 10 W CameronSt.
The Y Hunger Action Committee will meet at 7: 30 p m. to
Humidity meter among stolen items
University Police reported a humidity meter
and a magnifying glass stolen from 144 Wilson
Library between 10 p.m. Oct. 28 and 8:30 a.m.
Oct. 31. The missing items were valued at $12.
Richard D. Hovis. 302-A Bolinwood
Apartments, said someone stole his wallet from
the basketball courts at Woollen Gym Monday.
The wallet contained his student I.D.. athletic pass
and driver's license. .Contents of the wallet were
valued at $30.
Jane English, an assistant professor of
philosophy, told police someone removed'a lock
Annual Concert and
featuring f ( t
the earliest of the female rock'and roll groups
and one of the most successful.
Hear their golden oldies!
Baby, It's You
Tonight's the Night
Meet Him on a Sunday
Dedicated to the One I Love
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
Tickets regularly $7.50 per person
Special Price to Students!
Sat., Nov. 5
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ,
(following the Carolina
With This Coupon
FREE BEVERAGE OF
with your meal
Offer good tonight,
November 3 on
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t I III J .I 1010 Hamilton Rd I
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in to the box outside the OTH offices in the
day Each item will run at least twice
coordinate plans lor the "Fast lor a World Harvest." All interested
persons are urged to attend.
1 he ERA Committee will meet at 7 p m. at the AWS ollicc.
Suite I). Carolina Union. All persitn interested in seems; IRA
ratified in North Carolina are urged to attend.
I he South Campus Committee ol the Carolina Union will
meet at K p.m. in the Morrison Conlerence Room All interested
persons are innled to attend.
A planning meeting lor the Men's Resource Center, to pros ide
lor support for men as they struggle against sexist altitudes and
behavior on their own lives and in society will he held at 7:30p.m in
the Carolina Union
Sign- urn lor HEED 33 Human Sexuality will he held by lottery
from 9 a.m. to 3 p m in Room3l3ofiheSchoolol Puhlu- Health.
T he Orientation Committee of the Association ol Business
Students is oflering pre-registration information and advice lor
tumor and senior business majors and tor sophomores who plan to
enter the Business School in the fall. Juniors and seniors come to
the first floor ol Carroll Halt and sophomores to third floor of
South Building today and Friday Irom 1 1 a.m. to 4 p m.
Alt undergraduate and graduate students interested in getting a
b ovrwu should attend a meeting ol AIESEL al I p.m. FmUy
riday in 2 1 3-B Old Carroll H all E wcutive Board members wilt k
here to explain the program and answer questions.
OvraaikKi Anonymous will meet at I p.m. I ridiiy at the
"intpus Y Building. Room 206. Emphasis is on stopping the
om pulsion to overeat. There n individual and group support, it's
ret For more information call Cyndy. 967-5771 alter 6 p.m.
CaYMr Planning and Plactnwnt offering a free workshop
n interviewing at II a m Friday in the Frank Porter Graham
oom of the Carolina Union.
Join us al HHM, 210 W. Cameron Ave., for Shahhai morning
khahan'tl worship al 930 a m Saturday and lorah reading
Hayye Sarah). Talmud study group al II a m and a joini musal
ervice at noon, which will he followed h anOneg with Kuddush.
letiltc fish and community tinging. -
IhrrewillheaShabbal dlnnor at fc.Vtp m Friday .H thcHillcl
House. 210 W. Cameron Ave. Please sign up hy noon Friday
Dinner will he loUowed hy services alHp.m I the alternative scrite
will meet in the library) alter which Mavid Halpenn ol (he I NC
religion department will initiate the ShabtMrt Lectur Series m
9" 15 p m. with "The Sabbath in Ancient Judaism."
GRE (Graduate Record Examination), will be given Dec. 10
Application need to he pmt-marked by Nov. 9 C ost is S 10 50 each
for aptitude and advanced tests and an additional $14 if
postmarked by Nov. lb. Application forms are in 106 Nash Hall
and information about programs ii in the ldutaiinn.il
Occupalional Information I. ibrarv. 101 Nash Hall ! he next test is
LSAT (t aw School Admtuion T est) will he Dec .V Applications
must be prat-marked hy Nov. 7 They are available in 106 Nash
Hall. Prrta. HanJhimk and law school catalogues are in the
Educational-Occupational Information Library. 101 Naih Hull.
The next lest is Feb 4.
The OUv Branch, a Jcwikh-C hnstian hinging group, will
present unique HebraK-MHinding music from the Old testament
accompanied by a variety ol instruments at 8 p.m. Nov. 5 in Hill
Hall Auditorium. This worship experience will be sponsored by
Ftk M. the Graduate Inlenarsily Christian hellowship Admission
Toronto Exchange Squar Dane will be Fnda a p.m.
Everyone u muled. Apple Chill C logger and blucgrass music will
he featured Help welcome the Canadians! Come to (he A I P
House, .WE Franklin St across from the More head Planetarium.
Nonviolence Study Action Group will meet Nov 6 at 7 Mi
pm. at Green il km School. I OK Puretoy Road h very one is
Ihe pledge class ol Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority os
sponsoring a Sunday-nHe-eub dinner Nov. 6 at 5. 6 and 7 p m
Subs ( hoagies). potalo chips, browntes and tea tor 2. On-campu
(and Greek) deliveries are available. I ickcis are available Irom
cylinder Irom her office door at 202-A Caldwell
Hall on Monday or Tuesday. Nothing was
reported missing from the office.
English reported that someone may have been
looking for exams, police said. She said she had
two exams scheduled for Tuesday. The lock
cylinder apparently was removed by a large pair ol
pliers, police said.
Donna Beeson reported that another banner
was stolen from the Playmaker's Theater. The 6
foot by 12-inch black and while banner, valued al
$80, was last seen al g:30 a.m. Monday. It was
identical lo a banner stolen Sunday.
Reserved tables for groups
of 6 or more available
Pick up your tickets now
at the Alumni House
(on South Columbia Street
next to the Carolina Inn).
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
or call 933-1208.
1010 Hamilton Rd
Jul of Intersection of
( Acroea Irom Qsen Lsmnoa
w 4h JiV i
Tht Car Conctrt. u short rirnmoiKirml him muds- h Sarah
Wilson. hipSesro. .1 I) Shcppcrd. I ynda I nmmsnd Mark I urm
lot the l ine Aris Tcsmal lasi spun! h ill he shimn Nov f. Mure
hoih lr- links. 7 and V 1(1 pro in Carroll Hall
I hr I'anhcllonic ( Utinvil is sponsoring a Sorority Service
Auction Nm d In, in 1 to fi p m al the Madhatu-r I mmpi on
Franklin St. I he ten soronnes u. ill he auctioning ofl scrsu.es sut It
as dinners, ddncina lessons, bartending, sluds hreaks and isin
Mandina in line lor haskithall tickets! All proceeds ss ill (to lo Ihe
Chapel Hill "Meals on Wheels" program, hrce hcer vs ill he
Ihe 197T Homecoming Dane and Concert sponsored
annualls hy Ihe (ieneral Alumni Association vs. ill he prosided hv
ihcShirellesandNssampTox liekelsarc$7 Sllperpersonduolor
iIh- price ol oneollered lo students onls 1 1 Kkcls asailahle daih at
Mumni Ollice. Alumni House
VA ilham deer ill share his impressions ot Red China al a YMCA
dinner dlacuaalon ai S .Kip m I ndas at the I'reshstenanSiudenl
Center. Hnng a dish lo ihe pol-luck supper and enjos ihe
conversation. All students and laeulls arc ins tied lo sign up in
Kooni 1(12 ol Hie V Hmldinp
1 he Intervaralty Christian Fellowahlp ill have an all-tampus
nmnng to honor reluming alumni al 8 p m Tridav in the laeully
lounge on lourlh-lloor Dey Hall Tvervone is welcome.
Ihe I'nion Callers Committee vsill sponsor a sale h
Chlnaberry Crarl co-op in Iront ol the Carolina t nion Irom 1(1
a m lo 4 p.m l-ridav.
Pep Rally Obituarlet: Memorial Services lor the t lemson
I igcrs to he held al 12 .10 p m Tridas in the I'll Fvervonc come.
Also, hanner contest Winners receive a keg.
I he men ol Ram II Chapter ol Groove PHI Groove Social
Feltowahip, Inc. corduillv invite vou to attend their lusl Minual
Black & W hile Ball. 1(1 p ns in : a m Saturday in Ihcfircal Hall,
Ihe Nip P. Osaka Memorial last annual cl'A liualc and gel
naked graduation pailv svill he al s) p m Nov 5 until Hcc IK
Kcllcshmciils svill he seised Hung cheese'
ITEMS OF INTEREST
I he Term Paper Clinic, a service ollcrcd hy the I ndergradiiaie
I ibiarv Relerence Department, will continue throughout the
seniesler. Sign up al the I ndergrad I ihrarv Rclerenee I esk lot
help ihrough research stages ol vour term paper
Womancratt-Handmade goods. Tree demonstrations and
special orders. Ctrativc workshops and classes 1 shihilcd ill curls
November will he hats and scarves, and toi Ihe icnlaindei o! Ihe
month dolls. Come hv 412 W Tranklm St. across Irom
McDonald's or call 24-XV
Applications are now being acccpttttttcd hoin graduate and
proteaaional atudenta interested in serving on the Kerr Lake
Committee Call the (il'NI ollice ai sttt
I lie Carolina Course Review, .nievaluaiionoi piolcssors and
onuses is available in the I ndclgradualc I ibiarv and al the
t anilin.i t nion Desk
( News tusopeningt lor local reporters l-vnericncenni
icvliiicd I hanee to work with cops editing, lealtile wrilmg.
pioduclion and sports ( ometowceklv Mondav news meeting at 4
p m in Room 2l.t Carolina I'nion ol call stM-Tnn
fitted polished cleaned
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Milton's The Fun Place
To Shop. Quality Clothes
At Half The Price!
New shipment of wool Shetland
Crew Neck Sweaters Reg $30
With zip out linings
All Weather Coats Reg $75
Cartien of Paris Cotton Blend
Oxford Shirts Reg $22 95
Wool Blend, Plaids
C.P.O. Shirts Reg $35
Worsted Wool Suits Reg $200
Narrow wale, Vested
Corduroy Suits Reg $120
Milton's is a member of the country's most powerful buying co
op. We pay less for our fine merchandise and pass the savings
on to you.
163 E Franklin St.
Downtown Chapel Hil!
ABS will advise business
Business majors who are contused about
what courses they should take and when they
should take them can get relief Irom the new
Association ol Business Students' (ABS)
ABS upperclassmen will set up a table on
the third floor ol South Building from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Monday through F riday during
freshman and sophomore pieregistration,
says Sonia Schiller, ABS vice president.
A table also will be set up in the hallway
outside the business school offices in Carroll
Hall during junior and senior
Schiller says the ABS members will
answer students' questions and clear up
Congressional in ternsh ip forms
for Holtzman due by Nov. 15
Applications lijr u spring-semester internship in
the office of U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Holtman of
New York are due by Nov. 15.
Each semester Holtman invites several
students to work I'ulltime in her offices in
Brooklyn and Washington, D.C. The Brooklyn
job emphasizes case work and community
relations, while the Washington program is more
issue oriented and includes legislative research and
To apply, send a letter, resume and short writing
sample to Rodney N. Smith. Administrative
John C. Southern, Optician
Mon.-Sat. 10-6 30 Phone
Sun. 1-4 908-4408
S. Tryon St., Charlotte f
misunderstandings about required courses.
"Many students are reluctant to take up an
adviser's time with questions about course
loads," she says, "and many advisers do not
have . complete information on updated
business school policies."
Schiller says the ABS members will have
business school catalogs and worksheets to
help business majors plan their curriculums.
Tom McFarland, chairperson of the ABS
orientation committee, has worked at the
South Building table. "Even the advisers
have asked us questions," he says.
Mcharland says the ABS service is
especially needed due to the stricter
enforcement of prerequisites by the business
Assistant. 1025 I.ongworth House Office
Building, Washington. D C. 20515. Include both a
home and a school telephone number and indicate
a preference for either the Brooklyn or
Washington office. 1
Personal interviews are also recommended, but
telephone interviews can be arranged if necessary.
' V,VV lJ
CONTACT LENS WEARERS. Save on brand
name hard and soft lens supplies. Send for free
illustrated catalog. Contact Lens Supplies, Box
7453, Phoenix, Arizona 85011.
PARENTS AND FRENDS OF UNC. Don't miss
out on all the campus news. Subscribe to THE
DAILY TAR HEEL this fall.
Legal Clinic of Winston,
Coleman, and Bernholz
Offering legal services at reasonable prices
at convenient times.
Services available are:
vs .UnciMUissteti Divorces ;-.-. ; - -
'" .' .'s $125 plus- court costs- -
f . 1. Jf v--S ..
$35 plus court costs
$15 for 30 minutes
For an appointment call 929 0394. Legal clinic
located in NCNB Plaza above Blimpie's.
FOR SALE: 3 female Granville South contracts
for spring semester. If interested, call 933-0345 or
1972 FORD MAVRICK, Carolina blue. New
interior, needs minor repairs but otherwise
excellent condition. $800.00 Call Mike after 5:30
p.m. 929 9445.
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
GARRARD 62 TURNTABLE. Includes base,
dustcover, Pickering cartridge, and accessories.
Excellent condition. $45.00. Call 489 0453
(collect) after 5:00 p.m.
NEED A GRAD TUTOR for Math 2 Elem. Prob.
Will pay reasonable rates for service. Immediately
please. Call 942 4088 between five and seven p.m.
WANTED: CHILD SITTER 7 yr. old girl. 14 p.m.
Nov. 5. Very independent . Can play or watch TV.
You can study. 933-7027 after 6:00 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,
Philadelphia, Pa. 19104.
TEACHER NEEDED. Local Christian school
needs experienced first grade teacher. Sponsored
by a fundamental church. Write or call Libetty
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 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 Mutual Life, 942 A 18,7.
Lost and Found
LOST: BLUE RECORD BOOK and brown
receipt book (.i)vrox. T x 11") on or around
Astrotutf Tuesujy evening, October 24. Please
contact Mary. 933 2716.
LOST: LADIES' GOLD CARAVELLE WATCH.
Sentimental value. Call 929 6573 to claim reward,
LOST: GOLD WIRE RIMMED GLASSES,
photogray lenses, in a snap case. Call G
Ballenger at 933 5481 or 967 1523.
LOST.WHITE SWEATER with Carolina blue
design in StruSPnt Union last week. Call 933 8723
to collect rewjrd $$$. Piease return, great
school. "Previously, if a student had not
completed his required courses by his junior
year, he could still enter the business school
and take them later," he says. "That is not
true any longer."
McFarland says he hopes the service will
help point out student grievances and
provide more student input into business
Elizabeth McGowan, assistant dean in the
business school, says she is very pleased with
the new service. "It was totally a student
idea," she says, "but we are working very
closely with the ABS members to keep them
- EDDIE MARKS
Chapel Hill Alderman
Drive Our Cars I
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l believe that students should actively participate m town government
It elected, t will encourage student involvement Oy circulating memos
to campus organizations informing them ot all vacancies on town
boards and commissions
VOTE NOVEMBER 8
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RE-ELECT GERRY COHEN to the
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against Southern Bell rate hikes. Vote
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Re-elect Alderman Silver, because Marvin his
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TINA! May you get all that
you wish lor.
I'M SORRY. I just can't overcome my shyness.
My attitude is "aloof." I'll try harder to speak to
you, but it'll be hard. Meanwhile I'll keep staring.
Boy, will I keep staring!
J.B. Please check again -1 think you are a Leo.
WANT TO BUY 2 tickets to Clemson game
Saturday. Desperate. Call Steve at 929 1141 or
FIVE TICKETS NEEDED for Clemson game and
five tickets needed for Blue-White qame. Call Joe
at 942 5273.
A FRIEND of mine wants to visit UNC over
Thanksgiving but needs ride from Rutgers. Will
help with expenses. Please call Gail at 929-1927.
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