2 The Daily Tr Heel Wednesday, November 9, 1977
I Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public lervlcd innounctmtntt mull bs turnad in to the box Outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1 00 p m If they art to run trie next day. Etch itsni will run at least twice
lleck Religion and Human Relations it the topic of Herb
Edwardi' speech at I p.m. in tht Morthead Kiculiy Lounjt.
sponsored by thf Campus Y and the BSM.
MM Snort Court, "Fundine, for Social Science Rneirch
(Session )" will men tl 2 p.m. in 209 Manning.
Tht UNC Term la Club will meet tl 7 p.m. in Room 209
You art invited to training union on legislative lobbying
from 2 to 4 p.m. m Room 202-204 Carolina Union. Sponsored by
Social Work 231, Gran Room Participation.
There will be a meeting lor anyone interested in working on
SCAiri Comparison Snooper at ) p m In SCAU office. Suuc B
The Pertormlrtf, Arts Committee will meet at 6: JO p m. in the
Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the Carolina U nion. The meeting
time hai been changed due to the Kaihryn Poiin Dance Company
There will be a meeting of older duM students at 8 p.m. in
Room 209 Carolina Union. All itudinti .Hand older are urged to
Fred Anton ol Oe CaWomla IntUtult of Technology will
peak at I p.m. in 207 Yenablc on "Clinging Molecules:
Etmrochemlitry with ReiclinU Attached to Electrode Surficci "
Tht N.C. Coastal Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in Room 203
Carolina Union. Everyone interested in the field '.rip to Portsmouth
Village thai weekend must ittend.
Thinking about your career? Career Manning end Placement
it sponsoring a free workshop focusing on work values, skills and
interests from 7 to 9 JO p.m. In 208 Hanet.
College Studentt tn roadoasttng is sponsoring a panel
discussion with broadcasting personnel from WBTV, WXII and
WCHL at I p.m. in 10) Bingham.
Tht iooieoed Hlspenlsa CtroUneaa will have its weekly
tertulia at 3 p.m. at He's Not Hera. Todos quedan invitados.
Tht knternttlonal Polk Oanotrt will meet at 7 p.m. ti the
Student Center of the U niversity Presbyterian Church Jisni de la
Jina (Romanian), Cm Cit (Turkish) and Jo Jon ( Armenian! will bt
Tht Durham-Orange County chapter ol "Make Today
Count," a self-help support group for persons with cancer or with
cancer In their family, will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Duke Memorial
Mrthoditt Church. For further information call Cindy. 929-7733.
Proleeeor Doug lea Had of VanderbUt Unlveralty will speak
on "Why Binary Sura Don't Have Constant Orbital Periods," at
3 50 p.m. in 263 Phillips.
Chapel HW I COS will discuss solar and tnti-nuclear programs
at 7:30 p m. in 201 Bingham. A progress report on NonhCarolma's
"soft path" will be given.
Tht UNC beglrmlrn needlework Olaaa will meet at 7 p m. in
432 Hamilton. Call Ann at 966-1471 for more information
The Education BUI Committee of NCSL will meet at 8:30 p m in
the South Gallery Meeting Room of the Carolina Union.
Film ol War and Peace, sponsored by the Curriculum in
Peace, War and Defense, will be shown at 3 p.m. in 106 Carroll
Hall. The film Is free and open to the public.
Former (Mr) toouta interested in starting a Campus Gold group
should attend a meeting at 7 p m. in tht Ruhskcllcr. For more
information, call 933-143 or 933-3202.
The first CoDeglste Seeamaelera meeting will be held at 7 30
pm. in 749 Hinton Jsmes to dicusa the upcoming tournaments.
Anyone interested in fishing is urged to attend.
Parkins franceii. The Prenoh dinner will be at 3:30 pm at
Sadlark's on East Franklin Street.
(CKANKAPi, the path of total awareness, will hold its open
discussion group at 7:30 in Room 206 Carolina Union. All are
Tht UNC II Speech Team will meet at 7 p.m. in 103 Bingham.
The executive council will meet at 6 p.m. Practice deadline lor the
fieorge Mason Tournament is today.
Will you be looking for a job? Learn how to do it effectively so
you don't waste time and cause unnecessary frustration Career
Planning and Placement offering a series of three free
workshops on the job-seeking process at 3:30 p.m. in 10 Hanes
The UNC Juflglert AeaoclaUon will meet at 4 p.m. Thursday
outside Berryhill Hall. Beginners arc welcome.
The UNC Audio Club, EAR, will meet at 9 p m. Thursdsy at
Hoagies Heroes. Bring ideas.
The Carolina Indian Circle will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday in the
Coffee House of the Wesley Foundation for a pot-luck supper All
members ere urged to attend.
Kenan Professor of Philosophy E. Maynard Adams will speak at
Program to instruct methods
of creatively muddling in life
Students interested in a "planning process
for creatively muddling through life and
work" can become involved in the
Centering-Venturing program by contacting
Jane Kendall at the Career Planning and
Placement office or by coming to the office
in 21 1 Hanei Hall and filling out appropriate
Groups are started when enough persons
express an interest in becoming involved.
Juniors interested in the program should
WAR AND PEACE
Curriculum in Peace, War,
November 9 106 Carroll Hall
The Assassination of Heydrich
3 p.m. a Hansmen Also Die (1943). Fritz
Lang's famous feature film about 1942
assassination of Heydrich, one of Hitler's
most notorious aides. In reprisal the Nazis
shot every inhabitant of Lidice,
Czechoslovakia. Libretto by Bertold
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Tht Alchemist, UNC's interdisciplinary science magarinc. will
meet at 8 p.m. Thursday in the South Gallery Meeting Room of the
Carolina Union. II you're interested in submitting an article, please
come. The deadline has been emended to late November.
The Medical Technology Club will meel at 7 p m. Thursday in
22 1 Greenlaw to discuss interviews and plans for a Christmas party.
The T-shirts are here and are on sale for $2.
Proleeeor Fred C. Anion of the California Institute nl
Technology will discuss "Electron Transfer to or Irom Molecules
Containing Multiple Redox Centers" at 2 p.m. Thursday in 30K
An orientation-indoctrination meeting (or prospective members
of the Graduate Honor Court Pool will he held at 6:30 p m.
Thursday inOI Steele Building. Any graduate students interested in
serving on the court are invited to anend. II unable to attend, call
933-3673 and leave your name and phone number
The first meeting of the UNC Procrattlnatora Club has been
postponed until further notice.
Paul Oeml, pocket bHIIardt tahlbltlonlat, will give free
demonstrations of his skill at noon and 2 p m. Thursday in the
Carolina Union billiards room.
In iht Ben Inieteui nl ihe Children: e Film uhimi lahian
Moihen and Child Cmiodr will be shown by the UNC Women In
Law at 7:30 Thursday in Classroom 2 of the UNC Law School
Building The film's producers will he present to answer questions
and discuss Ihe film.
The Undergraduate Political Science AeeoclaMon will meel
ai 2 p ro Thursday in the third-floor lounge of Hamilton Hall to
report on plans lor upcoming events.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Lab Theaire presents Alice In Wonderland at II p m. today
through Saiurday in Room 103 Graham Memorial. Admission is
Glngko Tree Day is coming. Join APO. Willie Koch and the
North Tower Quartet at 4 p m. the day all the leaves fall off. In the
meantime, come bythe tree and guess when this special day will be.
WXYC. the student radio station, is soliciting original tcrlpti
tor a eerlee ol radio dram at to be produced later this year. Scripts
may be of any type and length Scripts and questions should be
addressed lo Nelson Goforth. WXYC. Box 51 Carolina Union.
The 1978 Orientation Commiaalon is looking for commission
members. If you are interested, please come by Suite ) and leave
your name and phone number so an interview can he arranged F or
more information, call 942-3469. and please keep trying
Technical personnel are needed desperately for the Carolina
Reader's productions of Dylan 1 homas' Vndrr Mtlkwintd. Those
interested may call Kathi Lamb al 966-5136 or 933-9773.
South Campus Quiz Bowl, sponsored by the Carolina U niun.
a now registering four-person teams at all South Campus
information desks. Registration continues through Friday. Play
begins next week
Juniors and seniors interested in nanicipaiing in Centurlng
V en hiring, three-part series on career and life planning, should
contact Jane Kendall al Career Planning and Placement office as
soon as possible. A group will begin Thursday in the evenings.
UNC Reeder'l Theater will present "Bradbury I onight." two
short stories by Ray Bradbury at 8 p m today and Thursday in
Room 202 Carolina Union. Admission is free.
Overeaten Anonymous has switched meeting places from the
YMCA lo Room 215 Carolina Union for the Friday afternoon
A co-operative of local women artisans is conducting Iree
demonstrations, creative workshops an classes for handmade
goods at 412 W. Franklin St.. across from McDonalds For more
information call 929-8362.
The last Veterinary Aptitude Teet for admission in fall 1978
will be held Dec. J in Raleigh. Applications need to be received in
New York City by Nov. 17 and can he picked up in 106 Nash Hall.
M ore information on contract schools and catalogues can he found
in the Educational Occupational Information Library in 101 Nash
Free portraits lor tht 1979 Yeckety Yack will he laken 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 933-1 259
between I and 5 p.m. Photographers' hours are 9 a. m to noon and
I to 5pm Monday. Wednesday and Friday and I to5p m.andhto
9 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday.
The Campus-Community Link needs student volunteers to
serve on the Campus Y committee. Contact the campus YM
YWCA at 933-2333 if interested in coordinaiingaproject involving
students and senior cituens.
T he Fine Arta Featlval is sponsoring a logo contest. The winning
entry will be the oflicial logo. Submit entries to Box 1 5. Carolina
Union, by Nov 12.
contact Kendall soon, since a group f or these
students is meeting now.
Kendall says the groups are"homogenous
as far as where they are in the career
The program has been offered periodically
since last spring. Twelve to 20 students meet
for a total of six to 15 hours of class and
group discussion. The course is free and non
credit. Come To
Mason Farm atPurefoy Road
Saturday, Nov. 12, 8-12 p.m.
Register in Advance by
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N.J. Gov. Byrne re-elected; Dalton wins in Va.
By United Press International
The major political parties fought to a
standoff in the 1977 off-year elections
Tuesday as Democratic Gov. Brendan Byrne
won re-election in New Jersey while
Republican John Dalton kept the Virginia
governorship in the GOP column.
Democrat Edward Koch, as expected, was
elected mayor of New York City in the
biggest of 40 municipal elections.
Cleveland voters made Dennis Kucinich,
3 1, the youngest bigcity mayor in the nation.
Erastus Corning retained his title as the
country's senior mayor by winning his I Oth
term since 1941 in Albany.
Coleman Young was re-elected mayor of
Detroit, defeating fellow black Ernest
The Democrats lost their bid for the top
job in Virginia but won the lieutenant
governorship as Charles Robb. the son-in-law
of former President Lyndon Johnson,
easily won his first try for political office.
The two statewide elections left the
Democrats overwhelmingly in control of the
nation's governorships. Thirty-seven
statehouses now are held by Democrats, 12
by Republicans and one by an independent.
The outcome also was a partial victory for
President Carter, who lost both states in his
'own 1976 effort. He returned to campaign
this year for Byrne in New Jersey and for
loser Henry Howell in Virginia, but state
issues and candidate personalities were
judged more crucial to the outcome in both
states than the appearance of national
At 10:45 EST, the major races shaped up
In Virginia, with 76 percent counted,
Dalton led 539,6 1 7 to 409. 1 73 - or 56 to 42
In New Jersey, with 68 percent counted,
Byrne's lead was 794.961 to 582,556 - or 58
to 42 percent.
In New York City, with 31 percent
counted, Koch led Secretary of State Mario
Cuomo, the Liberal Party candidate.
203,286 to 177,363 - or 49 to 42 percent.
Republican State Sen. Roy Goodman and
Conservative Barry Farber trailed badly.
The Byrne and Dalton victories had been
predicted in late campaign polls, which
showed both making strong comebacks after
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trailing in early surveys.
Byrne, who presided over the enactment
of New Jersey's first-ever state income tax
during his first term, was regarded as a sure
casualty when he faced off against
Republican state Sen. Raymond Bateman.
But the former prosecutor and judge who
had won his first term in 197.3 on an anti
corruption campaign heightened by the
Watergate disclosures took the tax issue
head on. Responding to Bateman's pledge to
let the new income tax expire at the end of its
first year. Byrne warned property taxes
would have to go up another SI billion.
Bateman's lead in the polls vanished.
Howell, making his third try for the
Virginia governship, was well ahead of
Dalton after the hotly contested Democratic
primary reinforced the fiery Norfolk
lawyer's voter recognition.
But Dalton, the son of a federal judge who
led Virginia's then-slim GOP two decades
ago, pinned the radical label on Howell and
went on to show that the Old Dominion is
now firmly in the Republican fold.
The Virginia campaign was no example of
the Southern gentleman. Dalton. claiming
Kozol to speak
at UNC tonight
Jonathan Kool. a prominent critic of the
current American educational system will speak at
8 p.m. today in Memorial Hall.
A graduate of Harvard and a Rhodes Scholar.
K.070I has written three books concerning
American public education. His first. Death Al
An Karlv Age. won a National Book Award in
Kool will cover three major areas in his speech
entitled "Education in America; Reading. Writing
or Brainwashing?" He will discuss why American
schools turn out what he calls "mindless, obedient
young people who are unable to read or write," as
well as Boston's surprising success with court
ordered busing this year.
Kool also will relate his teaching trip to Cuba,
w here he taught Etiglish to Cuban ninth graders.
Kool will conclude his address by answering
this question: "Are American students
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Howell had compared him to Hitler and
called him mean as a junkyard dog, refused
in mid-campaign to continue a series of
scheduled debate appearances with the
Dalton brought in no outsiders to boost
his campaign, but he had star backing from
actress Elizabeth Taylor, now a Virginia
resident as the wife of former Navy Secretary
John Warner. Warner is expected to be a
Republican candidate for the Senate next
Bateman, a 19-year veteran of the New
Jersey legislature, called on former President
Gerald Ford for campaign help.
In New York City, it was Koch all the way
once the five-term congressman had bested
the beleaguered incumbent, Abraham
overwhelmingly in Wilson County, Hunt's
Its passage means he can seek a second
In Wilson, the measure carried by a 2-1
I n somewhat of a surprise, Bladen County
approved the issue by a slim margin. The
county is the home of Lt. Gov. James C.
Green, an opponent of the succession issue.
The turnout was light in most areas of the
state, although it was moderate in several
cities where municipal elections also were on
the ballot. Alex Brock, director of the state
elections board, predicted that only 28
percent of the state's 2.3 million registered
voters go to the polls.
The turnout appeared to be particularly
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VW PARTS & machine service for Do-it-'
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967-7414 evenings for information.
VW GOT THE BLAHS? Tune-ups $1250
plus parts. Mufflers, clutches, shocks)
brakes, valves, rebuilds. The Bug Haus
guarantees parts & labor. 967-7414 evenings
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.
JOB OPENINGS: Wear-Ever Aluminum has
Career-Management-Training openings. No
experience necessary. From $4.00hr. to
$5.35hr. to start. Non-students also welcome.
Apply at Carolina Union, Room 209, Wednesday,
at 3:10 p.m.
PART-TIME OFFICE WORKER, 10 hours per
week. Flexible hours you choose. Excellent
experience for Accounting or Business Majors.
Some typing experience helpful. For information
call Kent Lester Photo Specialties 967-9576.
SANTA AND SANTA HELPERS needed to work
in South Square Mall in Durham evenings and
days - call 493 2451.
1-3 STUDENTS experienced construction
carpentry aluminum siding to remodel shed
weekends near campus. $3.00 hr. 929-6044.
THE BACCHAE is now hiring a disc jockey
immediately will train. Apply in person at the
Lost and Found
FOUND: Set of keys along the road at the side of
Phillips Hall. Key ring with leather band. See DTH
office to claim.
FOUND: 4 keys on leather charm with MAN on
leather. Found on mailbox outside Chase
Cafeteria 1:00, 118. Keys are at Union Desk.
LOST: Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity pin 112
between Joyner and Gardiner. Great sentimental
value. If found, call 933-1213. Reward!
FOUND: Pair of glasses across from Carolina
INN in gutter after game Saturday. Call 933-2610
after 9:00 p.m. or before 9:00 a.m.
ACTIVISTS: Only energetic, articulate
individuals with committment to social and
economic justice need apply. Position
involves canvassing, petitioning, fund
raising for statewide grassroots
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Beame, and five others in the Democratic
primary and runoff.
His strongest opposition in the general
election was from Secretary of State Mario
Cuomo, who ran on the Liberal ticket.
Cuomo entered the Democratic primary on
the urging of Gov. Hugh Carey, but the
governor endorsed Koch.
Voting was hampered by heavy rains all
along the.East Coast. There was flooding in
Virginia and torrential rains in New Jersey
and New York.
As the campaign got under way two
months ago, polls showed Byrne trailing
Bateman by what appeared to be an
insurmountable margin. At one point,
Byrne's approval rating with voters was at an
all-time low of 17 percent.
Continued from page 1.
light in several western counties where
flooding washed out roads and bridges and
heavily damaged homes and businesses over
With 84.09 percent of the state's 2,345
precincts reported, the electricities
amendment on the purchase of generating
plants had polled 66.39 percent of the votes
counted to 33.6 percent against it.
The two sex discrimination amendments
also gained approval by commanding
margins. One extending to a wife the same
rights now given to her husband in life
insurance matters had won 89.51 percent
approval, and the other extending the
homestead exemption to both sexes had
89.47 percent approval.
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NEED ONE TO TWO female roommates for two
bedroom apt, Occupancy available now or in
January. Call now at 929-2375. On bus route.
1965 PLYMOUTH FURY III. Good condition and
gas mileage, almost new brake system, just tuned
up. Call 929-3896 after- 5:30. $300.
I NEED AT LEAST TWO TICKETS to the
Carolina Duke football game. Name your
price. 929-3189. Ask for David.
SUSAN OR SANDY Please call Marlene about
the ride to Gainesville. I lost your number but I do
want a ride desperately.
KY HAPPY ANNIVERSARY! You are very
special. Love, Josh.
MISSARNINSKI. Happy 21st Nursing Home.
Time is near but don't despair, they'll take good
care pushing you around in your wheelchair.
Love, Young Scottland.
LOST: PRINCESS LISA. If found please call 929
0105. A toad is waiting to be freed.
BRUCE G., Happy Birthday green eyes! Now
more people will know it's your birthday. I let out
your secret. Have a good day. Love, Amos.
HONEY BUNNY, Welcome back to sleepy
Chapel Hill. Bet you really had a ball in San
Francisco, LA., Hollywood and Burbank. But
remember you were missed more here than you
ever will be there. Love, Sugarbugar. ,
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