2 The Daily Tar Heel Mcinday, November
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1:00 p m. It they are to run the next day. Each item will run at least twice.
Films of War and Peace, sponsored by the
Curriculum on Peace. War and Defense, will be shown at
? p.m. and 8 p.m. in 100 Hamilton Hall. It'sfreeand open
to the public. For more information, call 933-3093.
The Order ot the Grail will meet at 7 p. m. in the Frank
Porter Graham Lounge of the Carolina Union.
Education senior and graduate student seeking
employment who want to use the services of the Career
Planning and Placement office are invited to an
orientation meeting at 2:30 p.m. in 08 Peabody Hall. If
you plan to attend, sign up in 21 1 Hanes Hall.
Seniors or graduates students seeking employment In
Held other than teaching who want to use the services
of the Career Planning and Placement Office arc invited
to an orientation meeting at 3:30p.m. in 108 Hanes Hall.
Black liberation activist Maceo Dixon, a leader in the
Boston desegregation fight and a founder and first
president of the National Student Coalition Against
Racism, will speak on "Carter's First Year. A Socialist
View" at 7:30 p.m. in Room 215, Carolina Union.
A special presentation concerning MBA programs,
sponsored by the Association of Business Students, will
be held at 7 p.m. in G9 New Carroll Hall. Representatives
of Northwestern University and UNC will discuss their
own and other MBA programs as well as answer
The Kathryn Posln Dance Company will conduct a
master class in ballet from 1 p.m. to 130 p.m. and a
master class in modern dance from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in
the dance studio of the Women's Gym. Sign-up sheets are
available at the Carolina Union desk and the Kathryn
Posin Dance Studio.
Open auditions lor the Lab Theatre production of
Angel Street will be held at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. in 205
Graham Memorial Hall. Call backs and new auditions
will be at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tuesday. If you have conflicts,
but wish to audition, leave a note in the student box in
Graham Memorial Hall or contact David Adamson.
The Carolina Bridge Club will hold a duplicate
bridge game at 7:30 p.m. in Room 209 of the Carolina
Union. All bridge players are welcome. Admission: UNC
students, 50 cents; others. 75 cents.
The Fine Arts Festival will meet at 6:15 p.m. in 1-A
Swain Hall. Volunteers are welcome.
The Undergraduate History Association will hold
an important meeting at 7 p.m. in 423 Hamilton Hall. All
members are urged to attend. New members are also
Klmlko O. Bowman, of the Union Carbide
Corporation, will speak on Ihe Test of Departure
Normality at 4 p.m. in 324 Phillips Hall, in a colloquium
sponsored by the Department of Statistics. Refreshments
will be served at 3:30 p.m. in 316 Phillips. All are
IRSS Short Course, "Funding for Social Science
Research (Session I)" will be held at 2 p.m. in 209
Prol. L. Peacock of the Department of Anthropology
will speak on the topic Symbol and Hictory: Clown,
Trancvestlt and Islam in Java during the Philological
Club meeting to be held at 8 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 8 in the
Walter Dey Toy Faculty Lounge of Dey Hall. The public
Open Stage Night will be held at 8 p.m., Tuesday,
The Duke University Union Committee
on the Performing Arts Presents
The First Lady of Song
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The Most Explosive Force in Jazz
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Paul lur rl Marvin Sih-i-r tur AUIrrman
Nov. it in Weep Jonah ol the Carolina Union. UNC
amateur talents will perform. Free admission. BYO beer
The Undergraduate Math Club will hear T homas
Brvlawski speak on "The Mathematics of Watergate" at
7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Nov. 8. in 383 Phillips.
Assistant Dean Ray Yaer, of the University ot
Tulsa College ol Law, will speak with interested prelaw
students on Tuesday. Nov. 8. For further details, contact
J. M. Galloway in the Office ol Career Planning and
A Brazilian lilm: Rio Grande do Sul, a touristic
documentary ol the cultural, agricultural and industrial
life of the southernmost slate of Brazil, will be shown at
12:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Nov. 8. at noon on Wednesday,
Nov. 9; and at 5 p.m. on Thursday. Nov. 10 in 303 Dey
The Career Planning and Placement Olllce is
offering a scries of three free workshops on the job
iecking process at 3:30 p.m. on Nov. 8. 9 and 10 in 108
Hanes Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend one or all of
UNC Short Course "Problem Snlung Using API.
Session I)" will be held at 3 p.m in 228 Phillips Hall.
The Outing Club will meet at 7 p.m. on I uesday. Nov,
8. in the Carolina Union. Upcoming trips will be
discussed, and there will hea talk on first aid. Check at the
Carolina Union desk lor the room number of the meeting.
The Performing Arts Committee will meet at A: 30
p.m. on Wednesday. Nov. 9. in the Frank Porter Graham
Lounge of the Carolina Union. The meeting time has
been changed due to the Kathyrn Posin Dance Company
performance on Tuesday,
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Overeaters Anonymous has switched meeting places
from the YMCA to Room 215. Carolina Union lor Ihe
Friday afternoon meeting,
A co-operative of local women artisans is conducting
fret demonstrations, creative workshops and classes lor
handmade goods at 312 W, Franklin St.. across from
McDonald's. For more information call 929-8362.
The lust Veterinary Aptitude Test for admission in
fall 1978 will be held Dec. 3 in Raleigh. Applications need
to be received in New York City by Nov. 17 and can be
picked up in 106 Nash Hall. More information on
contract schools and catalogues can be found in the
Educational Occupational Information Library in 101
Two Mormon missionaries arc now in Chapel Hill.
They are Sister Shauna Brooks and Sister Valeric Fort.
For more information call 967-2123,
Free portraits for the 1978 Yackety Yack will be
taken until Nov. 18. Don't miss your chance. Sign up for
an appointment between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m, in the Carolina
Union or call 933-1259 between I p.m. and 5 p.m.
Photographers' hours arc 9 a.m. to noon and I p.m. to 5
p.m. Monday. Wednesday and Friday and I p.m. to 5
p.m. and 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday.
The Campus-Community Link needs student
volunteers to serve on the Campus Y committee. Contact
Ihe campus YM-YWCA at 933-2333 if interested in
coordinating a project involving students and senior
The Fine Arts Festival is sponsoring a logo contest.
The winning entry will be the official logo. Submit entries
to Box 15. Carolina Union, by Nov 12.
Basie and His Orchestra
Sat. Nov. 12, 1977 8:30 P.M.
CAMERON INDOOR STADIUM
Tickets Available Now at Page Box
Office and at The Record Bars at
Northgate, Southsquare, Downtown
Chapel Hill and Cameron Village
General Admission $5.00 Reserved Seating $6.00
I support Marvin Silver because I believe he has been an
honest, thoughtful Alderman who has brought useful
skills and experience to bear on community issues. He's
w orked hard figuring out sensible solutions to questions
such as the use of recreational resources, future water
supply, dealing fairly with town employees, and
providing adequate and economical human services, He
has a real concern for working out problems in u way thai
achieves a lasiing solution that most of us can agree on.
rather than imposing a hurried decision on a hesitant
community. Perhaps most of all. I think he will bringa
reasonable perspective to the issues related to growth in
Chapel Hill - trying to balance new needs and older
trad it ions.
Anita King's coronation as Carolina's
1977 H omecoming Queen came less than an
hour and a hall" alter the final votes in the
election were cast at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
King was chosen Homecoming Queen
from among the top II vote-getters in the
initial Homecoming Queen election
Wednesday, The run-off election was held at
a table set up near the student entrances of
David Royle. president of the Carolina
Athletic Association(CAA). which sponsors
the election, decided Friday afternoon to
hold the run-off in response to criticism that
the results of the first election were invalid
because of the election procedure.
In the election Wednesday, students cast
their votes on small slips of paper by writing
down the number of the candidate they
chose. Student IDs were not checked,
although each student was required to write
his name, social security number and class
on a roster.
UNC Homecoming low-key
Homecoming. Ideally it is a time of
ritualistic magic the stuff that dreams are
made of. Parades with floats lovingly
fashioned by dorms and Greeks, the big
game, replete with heroes and history
making plays, and the homecoming queen
and her court, the focus of all the other
( Hei missed two , )
f classes trying to
make up h.s mind. I " have 2 worth ot
I J I Red Hois, 1C worth ot Jelly Beans. 1
K.Amm.y f ,1'cl ' Licorice, and 5C worth
2 I of chocolate covered raisins.
For that between class snack
the Student Store Candy
Dept. can satisfy anybody's
Candy & Nuts
There's more at your
"We had to devise a system to enable us to
cope with it (the election) efficiently." Royle
said, "This is the only election we (CAA)
handle, and we had no reports on how
elections (for Homecoming Queen) were
done in the past."
Royle said he was happy with the results ol
the first election and that the second election
was unnecessary but it was held "to remove
any element of controversy."
Royle said that although fewer students
voted in the run-off than the first election.,
the results were almost exactly the same,
with almost the same number of votes going
to the leading candidate as in the first
In the run-off election, the names of the
candidates were printed on a ballot and
student IDs were checked.
Royle said the election was run fairly and
no one should be unhappy or bitter about it.
"You haven't got to run a security operation
for an election of this kind." he said.
pageantry. Ideally, that is.
But not at UNC. Floats, of sorts, and a
parade are still tradition the day before the
Duke game. Delta Upsilon fraternity has
turned beating State into an "extravaganza."
But Homecoming has gotten lost somew here
in the shuffle.
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Anita King was crowned UNCs 1977 Homecoming Queen as part of tne nalftime
festivities at the Tar Heels' game Saturday against Clemson. King's coronation came
just one-and-a-half hours after a special run-off election. Photo by James Parker
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UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC
Accredited: American Bar Association
Member Association of
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May 1, 1978 is application deadline
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juris Doctor degree in 3-year 1
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in September 1978.
FOR PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
DATE: TIME: PLACE:
Nov. 9, 1977 1:30-4:30 p.m. 211 1 Hanes Hall
OR FURTHER INFORMATION
FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH
CONTRACT (SPRING) for sale! Call 933
0351. Leave phone number & name.
PLEASE BUY OUR Spring Housing Contracts:
Connor (Cheryl 933-5252), Cobb (Jean - 933
7346) , or James (Michele 933-4966). The sonner,
the better! . i ,;'
For Sale' ' '
FOR SALE: Soundesign Classic Stereo: 8-track
tape player, AM, FM, FM-Stereo, turntable. No
speakers. Price: $90. Call 933-0198. Ask for
Freddie, 116 Everett after 4.
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.
Lost and Found
FOUND: Lady's silver watch by Woollen Gym.
Call 933-6271 and identify.
LOST: BLUE RECORD BOOK and brown
receipt book (approx. 7" x 11") on or around
Astroturf Tuesday evening, October 24. Please
contact Mary, 933-2716.
LOST: WHITE SWEATER with Carolina blue
design in Student Union last week. Call 933 8723
to collect reward $$$. Please return; great
LOST: LADIES' GOLD CARAVELLE WATCH.
Sentimental value. Call 929-6573 to claim reward.
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Re-elect Alderman Silver, because Silver
standards are the best standards in
experience, intelligence, and compassion.
Walter Spearman, UNC Professor of
Journalism, Vote Tuesday.
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out on all the campus news. Subscribe to THE
DAILY TAR HEEL this fall.
ACTIVISTS: Only energetic, articulate"
individuals with committment to social and'1
economic justice need apply.' Position
involves canvassing, petitioning, fund
raising for statewide grassroots
organization. Call 1-682-6076.
SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK looking for used
furniture; couch, rug, etc. for student lounge. Call
the school for more info. 9334225.
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ELECT MARILYN BOULTON to the Chapel Hill
Board of Aldermen on November 8. Check the
first box on the ballot. . .
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HESHE, P.O. Box 1109, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514.
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.
UNC YOUNG DEMOCRATS endorse,
Cohen, Kawalec, Silver, and Thorpe for
Chapel Hill Board of Aldermen . Vote Tuesday
for continued progressive leadership with true
concern for the views and needs of students.
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SCOTTIAND d.G. I know you dread growingold,
but I must still wish you HAPPY BIRTHDAY -Love
from your dear friend Ms. J.C. Arninski.
JOHN THOMPSON: If you have my earring,
please call me back. I was not able to reach you.
Lisa Myers 967 1636.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY HETTIE VIRGINIA PEELE.
Just because you're 22 years old today doesn't
mean you're getting old. Or does it? Ydu finally
got your name in the paper. HURRAH Love ya!
TAW and ZEM.
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