rnrjv Nrvalithrr 4 1977 The Daily Tar Heel 5
should start Sat
Amos Lawrence and Alan
Caldwell, both of whom suffered
minor injuries against Maryland
Saturday, should start against
Lawrence, a freshman tailback,
suffered, a bruised kidney and
should be able to play against the
Tigers, according to team trainer
Strong safety Caldwell received
a left groin strain against the
Terrapins and was on crutches
early in the week as a precaution,
officials say. He also should be
able to start against Clemson.
Rams eye playoffs despite State loss
The UNC Club football Rams can clinch a
post-season play-off berth with a win in
either one of their final two conference
contests despite a 22-7 loss last Sunday to the
N.C. State Club Kayotes.
. State's club team, though it boasts a 4-0-1
record and the Eastern Division Title, is
ineligible for post-season play. This puts the
UNC club in a commanding position despite
the fact that the Rams are a game and a hall
back in the division standings with a mark l
3-2 in conference play.
After the Kayotes had scored the first
touchdown to lead 6-0. the Rams stormed
down field on a 6h-yard march that was
capped by a 38-yard scoring pass from Rick
Tambourie to Laird Williams. Buck Wells'
point-after touchdown gave V NC a 7-6 lead.
The advantage was short-lived as State
kick returner Louis Cade returned the
ensuing kick to the UNC nine. Joe Powell
sneaked over from the three, and State again
By DAVID POOLE
took the lead. I he Kayotes went loi twoona
fake placement, but UNC's Jarvis Brown
was there to break up the pussattcnipt. State
The Rams drove to the State 46 on the
next series but lost possession on a fumble.
Alter the Ram defense drove the Kayotes
back to their 32. State launched an eight
play scoring drive that was capped by a
seven-yard run oil the option pitch by Ld
1 he Rams played a line second hall but
were still unable to overcome the second
period blit which saw State run 27 offensive
plays to UNC's nine. A 74-yaid UNC drive
was stymied at the State three, and three
drives into State territory ended with
interceptions. State played poorly in the
half, losing the ball repeatedly on tumbles.
In order to sew up the play-oil berth.
Carolina must defeat one of its two
remaining opponents. The Rams will go for
the key win at 2 p.m. ihisSundav afternoon
on the Astroturl against Clemson.
Carolina (iodiva I rack Club will go lot its
second major team title this weekend in the
North Carolina AAU Championships.
Dave Hamilton, Richard Schwartz,
Roland Rust and Dave Cich will lead
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On Tuesday, November 8, Chapel Hill will
hold a municipal election. It you registered to
vote this tall or were registered to vote in
Chapel Hill tor the 1976 Presidential
Election, you can vote on Tuesday.
(Jerry Cohen has worked hard to get better
bus service, to appoint students to town
boards and commissions, and to get the town
to oppose the Southern Bell rate hike.
You can vote tor tour candidates for the
Board ot Aldermen. Use one ot your four
votes to Re-Elcct Gerry Cohen.
polls open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
p.ikl tor by Frit-mis ot Gerry Cohen
WOMEN'S STUDIES COURSES
The Women's Studies major at the University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill is an interdisciplinary program. Itis
designed to enable students to explore factors influencing
the experiences of women in the past and present as well as
to study various interpretations related to theorigins of and
changes in sex roles.
Several departments offer courses in which a portion of
the course Is devoted to the study of women. About ten
departments offer courses that focus entirely on the study
of women, gender or sex roles. Offerings of these latter
courses for the spring semester, 1978, are as follows:
Anthropology 99, Sic. 2
Enflll.fi :, Sc. 6t
History 90, Bac. 2
History 160, Sm. 1
Honors 30, Sec. 1
Womtn's Studies SO
Maternal and Child
Special Studies 90
TITLE TIME DAY PROFESSOR
Special Protects ("Culture 12:30 T.TH B Nardl
and Gender Rotas')
English Composition and 1200 M.W.F Seelbinder
Rhetoric special section
on Women. (Open to Fresh
who have completed Engl, 1)
"Women and War" 1,00
"Women in American History"12 00
"Women In Managinent" 7 00
(Permission from the Dean
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"Introduction to Women's 3 30
"Seminar In Current TBA
Issues in Women's Health"
"Women and Health Care" TBA
(permission of instiuctor)
Leader Styles 4 Models lor 2 00
Wed i W. Scott
M.W.F J.D. Hall
Mori. J E Allen
T.TH J.W. Scolt
TBA K Fogel
T L Moore
These course are open to all students
Courses in which a portion ot the material Is devoted to the study ol woman are
Sociology 52, Sec. 1
Sociology 62, Sec. 1
"Family and Society"
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