2 I The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, November 8. 1977
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Public aarvica announcamenti must be turned
Union by 1 00 p m if they ire to run the next
Delta Sigma PI will mrei l 7:.VJ n m. in 1-5 New Carroll.
There will be a meeting of the Minority Health Career
Organization at 7 p.m. in Nun Hall.
Tn Fellowship ol Christian Athletes will meci si 7 10 p m in
Kenan Fieldhoine Bobby Richirdson will speak
The Coffee K latch providei the opportunity to have breakfast
with your favorite protestor, v to 1 1 a m inday and Wednesday in
the Pine Room. Coffee and donuti will be sold. Conversation is
free. Sponsored by Campus Y.
Tn Campus Governing Council will meet at 8 p.m. in Room
215 of the Union.
There will be s general meeting of l he Association ol Buslnea
Students si ):. p.m in .100 Csrrnll Hall.
The Department of Computer Science presents the
colloquium "Peak. Pass. Pale and Pit Critical Point Networks tn
Crystallography Density Map Interpretation" by Carroll K.
Johnson at ) M p.m. in J24 Phillips.
Professor L. Peacock ol the Department ol Anthropology w ill
speak on the topic Symbol and History: Clown, Transmit!
and Islam tn Java during the Philological Club meeting to be held
at 8 p.m. in the Toy Faculty f ounge of Dey Hall. 1 he public is
Upen Stage Night will be held at M p.m. Nov. K in Deep Jonah
of the Carolina Union. UNC amateur talents will perlorm. free
admission. BYO beer and wine.
The Undergraduate MaB) Club will hear Thomas Hrylawski
speak on "The Mathematics ol Watergate" at 7:30 p m. in 181
Assistant Dean Ray Yasser, of the University of Tula
College ol Law. will speak wnh interested prelaw students, f-or
further derails, contact J. M. Galloway in the Office ol Career
Planning and Placement.
A Brazilian film: Rio Grande do Sul, a touristic documentary
of the cultural, agricultural and industrial life of the southernmost
state of Braril. will be shown at 1 2: Ml p.m today and at noon on
W'ednesdav. Nov. 9: and at 5 p.m on Thursday. Nov. IOin.tO.H)ey
The Career Planning and Placement Office is ottering a
erics of three free workshops on the job-seeking process at .1:30
p.m. today. Wednesday and Thursday in 108 HanesHnll Everyone
is welcome to attend one or all of the workshops.
UNC Short Course "Problem Solving Using API (Session II"
will be held at 3 p.m in 228 Phillips Hall
T he Outing Club will meet at 7 p.m. in the Carolina Union.
Upcoming trips will be discussed, and there will he a talk on hrst
aid Check at the Carolina Union desk for the room numher of the
Black Religion and Human Relation is the topic ol Heih
Edwards' speech at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Morehead (-acuity
Lounge, sponsored by the Campus Y and the BSM.
CGCto consider RHA appropriation
The Campus Governing Council (CGC) will
Consider a $1,500 appropriation to the Residence
Hall Association (RHA) at the council's 8 p.m.
meeting today in Room 215 of the Carolina
Of that appropriation, $500 would go to finance
UNC student participation in the State RHA
Conference to be held on the UNC campus this
If the bill is approved, RHA will underwrite the
cost of the state-conference registration for five
students from each residence hall area on campus,
said Craig Brown of RHA.
The conference will consist of workshops on
topics such as alcoholism, leadership development
and working with college administration. Brown
The remaining $1,000 would cover expenses
recently incurred by the RHA and increase the
association's operating budget.
The printing of the RHA Officer's Handbook, a
250-page resource reference book for dorm
officers, and correspondence expenses incurred
during the RHA drive against the Southern Bell
rate hike have created a deficit in the RHA budget,
Wednesday, November 16, 8:30 P.M.
Page Auditorium: Tickets, $3, $4, $5
available now at Page Box Office
A presentation of the Duke University
Union Committee on the Performing Arts.
FILMS OF WAR AND PEACE
Curriculum in Peace, War, and Defense
November 8 100 Hamilton Hall
American Propaganda Films in World War II
3:00 p.m Batik of San Pwtm ( 1945) John Huston ' oVptftion ol American btawry m llaly and lh war' impacl on one
330 p.m. The Neiu Spin, Out ol the Frying Pan (both 1M2) Two hitartous Durwy animated IkhU desicpwd to get
Home Front to pay income tax and tutve kitchen latt
3:40p.m. The Duckfofo's (1M2) Warner Bf other' animated shon spoofing European d tator Contanuextreme
but (or the day acceptable ethnic slurs.
3:50 p.m. Japanese flekxafion Camp (1942) Milton bfcenhower' OHtce o) War Information short fuitiiyttuj in
rounding up of Japanese Americans Unconvincing enercis m coveting up notorious ibndigvmenl oi civil
4:00 p.m. Know Your Enemy Japan (1946) Capra unit film mountirg strong atsaull on Japanese Withdrawn shortly
after tnitial release a too extreme even for wartime.
5:00 p m. The Negro Soldier (1944) Forty (our minute Capra unit film, first government film abtKJt blacks. Tiptoes
around problems of race relations
11:00 p.m. The jecufiono Vwtcong Sympothuer by GeruraLtwn 0J3) Famous NBC kinewopeol television news
footage horn National Arthives Helped turn public opinion antral South Viet'tamese guwrnment
8:10 pjn. The Green bVets (17) John Wayne lealure film (uitifymy l)w wann Vietnam MacWwiihtullcooperation
1(45 p m a U'hy Vtefnum U7j 2S minute oft idl .VWftnnt ot Defenw him rusliiymq the Vietnam Wat
in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
day Each item will run at least twice
IRSS Short Course, "I uniting lor Social Science Research
ISommi 2f will meci at 2 p.m. Wednesday in 2(N Manning
The UNC Tennis Club will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Room
20" of the Union.
You are invited to u traintng section on leglalatlve lobbying
from 2 to 4 p.m. Wednodav in Room 202-204 ol the Union.
Sponsored b Social Work 251. Grass Roots Participation.
I here will be a meeting lor anyone interfiled in working on
SCAU's Comparison Shopper at 3 p.m. Wednesday in S( At
office. Suite B ol the Union.
the Performing Arts Committee will meet at h.Ml p.m. on
Wednesday in the Frank Porter Graham lounge ol the Caiolimi
Union. The meeting time has been changed due to the Kaitmn
Posin Dance Company performance on i uesday.
I here will be a meeting ol older adult student at 8 p ni
Wednesday in Room 2(W ol the Union. All students 35 unci older
are urged to attend.
Fred Anson of the Celltomla Institute ol Technology ll
speak at 8 p.m Wednesday in 207 Vcnahle on "C linging Molecules:
Electrochemistry with Reaetanls Attached to I k-clrotlcSurlaces."
The N.C. Coastal Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in
Room 205 ol the Union Everyone interested in the field trip to
Portsmouth Village this weekend must atlend
T hinking about your career" Career Planning and Placement
is sponsoring a tree workshop focusing on work values, skills and
inierests from 7 to 9:30 p m Wednesday in 208 Danes.
College Student In Broadcasting t sponsonng n panel
discussion with broadcasting personnel Irom WBIV. WXII and
Wi lli al 8 p.m. Wednesday in 103 Bingham
The Socledad Hltpanlca Carollnesa will have its weekly
tertulia at 5 pm. Wednesday at He's Not Here, lodns quedun
The International Folk Dancers will meet at 7 p m.
Wednesday at the Student Center of the University Presbyterian
Church. Jiana de Is Jina (Romanian), (it Cud urkishland Jo Jon
(Armenian) wiH be taught. I
The Durham-Orange County chapter ol "Make Today
Count," a sell-help supfiort group for persons with cancer ol Willi
aancer in theit broils, will meet at 7: VI p m. Wcdncvlay at the
Ktake Memorial Methodist Church. For turlltct inlormatmn call
e u Douglas Mat ol Venders Unrvartity will speak
"Way Binary Stars Don't Have t onslanl Orhil.il Periods," . it
y p.m. Wcvtnesd.iv in ?f5 Philluiv
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Technical personnel arc needed desperately for the Carolina
Rtadar! productions of Dylan 1 nomas' ( ntlrr MilkH tunl. I how
immstad may call Kaihi l amb al 9nd-5I.U or 933-9773.
Soutt Campus Quia Bowl, sponsored hv the Carolina Union,
is now registering four-person teams al all South Campus
information desks. Regisiration continues thtoiigfi Friday. Play
begins next week.
A $300 budget item for a secretary's salary also
is included in the bill. "The work load has been
more than the secretary can handle in her current
12-hour week," Brown said. The RHA would like
to pay the secretary for 15 hours of work each
week, he said.
The WXYC budget may be discussed tonight,
CGC Speaker Gordon Cureton said Monday, but
other members of the CGC said theydoubtcd that
any action would be taken on the budget until
more information was available.
A revised budget for WXYC. to the tune of
$12,000, was referred back to committee two
weeks .ago after the CGC sustained a presidential
veto of a $14,000 budget.
Other items on the agenda include:
The appointment of Sandra Timmons to the
Committee on the Status of Minority and
Authorization for Common Cause to
distribute questionnaires at polling sites during
the Nov. 16 campus referendum.
The appointment of Steve Hall to the Honor
- ROBERT THOMASON
Junior and seniors in ten.-vied in i-artiupntinji in Ctnturing
Vtnturtng, a lhret-r;iri wrvs on career and life planning, should
cunt aci June Kendiill nl ( area IMnnnmg and I'laevmvni nil ice as
hoon as possible. A group mil begin 1 hursday in the eemngs.
UNC Rtactor't Theater mil present "Kiudhurv InnitJu." mo
slum stone b Ray Hradhury al K p m. on Wednesday and
1 hurd;i in Room 202 ol the I'nion. Admission ik (rev.
Ovtrtaltrs Anonymous has smithed meci my places Irom the
YMt A In Room 215. Cumlina Union for the Fridny aliemoon
Vonperalivc ol local women artisans is conducting lret
demonstrations, creative workshops and classes lor
nandmtdt goods at 412 W Trlintnirr across Irom
Mclhmulds. oi more inlnrmaiion eall 929-K.lh2.
I he lust Vlfmry Aptitude Ttst lor admission in hill I97h
will he held Dec. in Kak'igh. Applications need tone recehed in
Neu Voik ( it b Nov 1 7 and can he picked up in HW Nash Hall.
More tnlormation nnconiraet schools and catalogues can bcloumj
in i hi' I dueulional (keupatmnal Inlormatmn I mr;tr in Mil Nash
I uti Mormon mlsslonariti are mm in Chapel Mill lhe uie
Sister Sliatina HrtMks and Sister Valene Fort. For more
information eall 967-2I2V
Frt portraits tor tht 1978 Yacktty Yack Mill he Uiken until
Nov. tH. Don't, miss your chance Sign up lor an appointment
between 9 a.m. and 5 p m in ihe Carolina I'nion or call U.VM259
between I and 5 p.m IMiutogruphers' hours arc 9 a.m. lo noon and
I to 5p.m. Monday. Wednesday and I riday and I to 5pm amJhlo
9 p.m on luesday und lhursda
Ihe Campus-Community Link needs student volunteers m
serve on the Campus Y committee. C ontact the campus VM-
WC A ul 9VV-2.1.U it inten'sted in eomdinating a protect imohing
students and senior ciliens.
I he Flnt Arts Festival is sponsoring a logo contest 1 he w inning
entry will he the ollicial logo. Suhnui entiieslo Ho 15. Carolina
I mon. hy Ntiv 1 2
Don't get sick, get pricked
at Student Health Services
A uccinc against the most common arieties of
inlluena is now mailable at the Student Health
All students with chronic diseases should be
vaccinated against inlluena now. although no
epidemic is expected this year, according to Dr.
Donald E. Harris. Student Health Service (SHS)
Dr. Harris recommends students with diabetes,
asthma, chronic bronchitis, rheumatic heart
disease or any other heart, lung or kidnev disease
be inoculated as a precaution against the more
serious effects of Ihe flu.
"It takes about 30 days to develop immunity
against exposure to the flu." Harris said.
"Students with chronic illnesses are much mure
susceptible to intluena. and the effects ate mote
serious lor these students.
"Students who have a chronic illness are mote
likely to become sick alter mild exposure to the
flu." Harris said. While the vaccination is no
guarantee Ihe student will not have the flu. he
would have a milder case if vaccinated. Harris
Students who come in contact with children
also are urged to be vaccinated because children
are more susceptible to viruses than older adults
and arc potential carriers.
Bill Thorpe's interest in the UNC student population isobvioustoall
who know him. His attendance and participation in student
meetings concerning Chapel Hill began long before his campaign.
Bill Thorpe is committed to make the town government of Chapel
Hill more open and accessible to students. The student community
is fortunate to have Bill Thorpe's brand of enthusiasm and concern.
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By BRTCE ELLIS
Most faculty memhers favor proposed changes
in the UNC HonorCode. according toa Daily Tar
Heel straw poll of 42 professors.
Of the 48 professors contacted in a random
telephone survey. 42 expressed opinions on the
Honor Code and the changes proposed by the
Committee on Student Conduct. Six professors
refused to comment.
If the changes are approved, students would no
longer be required to report Honor Code
violations, and faculty proctors would be
provided for examinations. In addition, the
alterations would increase (he severity of the
penalties for violations.
Any changes in the Honor Code must be
approved by the f aculty Council, the Campus
(ioverntng Council and Chancellor N. Fercbee
The Educational Policy Committee of the
Faculty Council decided last week not to endorse
the proposed changes. The committee based its
decision on the views of students and faculty
members expressed in an open hearing on the
Thirty-tight of the 42 professors contacted said
I he vaccination available to students protects
against the A2 Victoria and Hong Kong strains of
flu. ihe most common varieties.
Students may request the lltt shot at the SHS
reception desk. Only students who are allegic to
eggs must see a physician.
Harris said the Communicable Disease Center
in Atlanta is nol expecting a flu epidemic this year.
But he said students returning to Chapel H ill alter
Christmas will bring with them the small
dispersenients ol germs from their home towns
and could catch the II n around the end ol January
or the beginning ol February.
- KI.IABLI11 MhSSICK
FOR THE RECORD
PEP meets Wednesday
The Daily Tar Heel incorrectly reported
Monday that the next meeting ol" Ihe Pre
career Experience Program (PEP) would be
at 2 p.m. Tuesday in 108 Hanes Hall. The
next meeting will beat 10a.m. Wednesday in
the Frank Porter Graham Lounge. Carolina
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they felt the present system ol' requiring student
to report vioiations is ineffective. Three said it is
effective and one was unsure.
William S. Powell, a history professor, said he
thinks students ignore the requirement to turn in
"I think that students shrink from reporting
fellow students and that the system is ineffective,"
agreed John D. Eyre, a professor in the geography
Twenty-lour professors said they believe the so
called rat clause should be removed from the
Honor Code, six thought it should remain and 12
"If the system isn't working, it should be
changed." said Roy E. Sommerleld. a professor in
the School of Education.
Barclay Martin, a psychology professor,
disagreed: "Although most students probably
ignore others they know are cheating, I don't think
this necessarily warrants doing away with it (the
Martin said that when students know other
students are required to report violations of the,,
code, they are less likely to violate it.
Twenty-seven professors said they favor the
proposed changes requiring the faculty proctors to
report violations of the honor code and allowing,
but not requiring students to report known
Eleven professors said they did not like the
proposals and lour were unsure.
"I'd hate to go back to a system of proctoring
during exams, but I think it's necessary." said
James R. Butler, a geology professor. '""" '
A member of the Educational ' Policy
Committee, who asked to remain unnamed, said
he thinks students and faculty members should
share the responsibilities of reporting violators of
the Honor Code. : A c '
David L. Parnas. a ptofepsor i the computer
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science department, said he does not like a
"The professor should be viewed by the student
as helping him, not as standing in front of the class
to see if he is cheating," Parnas said.
Twenty-five professors said they thought
proctoring would be more effective in
discouraging and reporting violations of the code
than the current system. Three of the professors
said they did not think the proposals would be
more effective and 14 were unsure.
" I nere are ways to get around proctoring as
well as anything else," Sommerfeld said.
"Students can always find ways to cheat if they
But Nelson Hairston, a zoology professor, said
he thought the mere presence of an instructor in a
classroom during an exam would reduce the
likelihood that a student will try to borrow
Another change proposed for the Honor Code
provides for increasing the severity of penalties for
persons convicted of violating the code. One
proposal stipulates suspension as "the normative
sanction for conviction in first-academically
related offenses" instead of lighter sanctions, such
Twenty professors said they thought stricter
penalties would discourage violations of the
Honor Code, 12 said they thought stricter
penalties would have no effect and 10 said they
"If a student knows a violation of the Honor
Code will be reported on his record, the severity of
the penalty he will receive doesn't make any
difference," Eyre said.
E. M. Adams, Kenan professor of philosophy,
said penalties must be applied consistently to be
effective. "A severe penalty infrequently applied
has a neeative effect on the svstem."
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