2 I The Daily Tar Heel Friday, November 11,
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The Carolina Dancers present a concert or
new works by UNC faculty and students today
and Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Great Hall of the
Carolina Union. The program also features
dancing and choreography by guest artists from
the N.C. School of the Arts and thecommunity.
The UNC Water Polo Club practice will be
held from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Bowman Gray Pool.
Carolina Population Center's bag luncheon
will be from noon to 12:50 p.m. at 405 University
Square, East Tower. Ronald Rindfuss, assistant
professor of sociology, will speak on the
socioeconomic aspects ol the time ol fertility in the
John S. Briggs. A.E.R.E. Harwell and Oak
Ridge National Laboratory, will speak on the
Theory of Continuum Emission During Ion
atom Collisions at II a m. in 258 Phillips Hall.
Ehringhaus Coffeehouse presents an evening
ol music with Blaine Smith and Mike Key from
10 p.m. till midnight. Admission is free. BVO or
Professor llse Graham, University of London,
will speak on Descent Into Matter: Klelst's
Aesthetic Credo and Poetic Practice at 8 p.m.
in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of the
The Carolina Dancers present a concert of
new works by UNC faculty and students at 8 p.m.
today and Saturday in the Great Hall. Admission
is $2. The programs also feature dancing and
choreography by guest artists from the
community and the N.C. School of the Arts.
J.V. tootball game against Fork Union
Military Academy will be at 1:30 p.m. at Kenan
Stadium. Admission is free.
Maurice V. Wilkes from the University of
Cambridge Computer Laboiatory will discuss the
future ol computer systems at 3:30 p.m. in 215
The Bread ot Lite Ministry presents MA Multi
Organizational Basketball Game" from 3 p.m. to 5
Geodesic dome makes unique home
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instructions and enough hubs for the
size dome they wanted. The hubs are
made of metal and have six extensions
with slots for wooden two-by-fours.
Everything fits together into a puzzle
of geometric shapes, Mansfield said.
The outside framework took only one
day to construct. Afterwards, they
nailed on plywood and shingles and
"A lot of individuality" went into
making the dome, Mansfield said. The
kit allows for as many as four openings
for doors or extensions, and windows
can be put anywhere.
An extension to the back of the dome
will serve as a bathroom once a ditch is
dug from the house to a well 400 yards
away, Mansfield said. As of now, they
A celebration of the Holy Eucharist
accompanied by guitars and folk hymns
LOUIS SUTTON, President of InterVarsity Christian
Fellowship at UNC, will speak
5:15 p.m. Sunday, November 13
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day Each iteni will run at least twice
p.m. Saturday in the Women's Gym. Donation:
Mr. Richard Loving, Wyclifle Bible Translator
Coordinator of Linguists for New Guinea, will
speak on "Community Christianity to Tribal
Cultures" at 8 p.m. Saturday in Gerrard Hall. Free
Harvest Sale Saturday at Carrboro Christian
Academy. 1 1 10W. MainStieet, one half mile west
of the Town Hall in Carrboro. Baked and canned
goods. Christmas crafts, homemade desserts,
bread and plants.
Trl-Delta barbeque dinner will be given
Sunday from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Delta Delta
Delta sorority house at 210 Pittsboro Street.
Chapel Hill. Cost per plate is $2.75. Tickets may
be purchased at the door.
St. John's Metropolitan Community
Church holds worship services at 3 p.m. in
Raleigh at the U.C.C.. Dixie Trail and Wade
Avenue. For information or transportation call
929-8843 or 967-9626. All are welcome, gay or
All men interested in the graduate chapter of the
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity who have bachelor
degrees are invited to attend a formal smoker at 4
p.m. Sunday at the Village Green Clubhouse.
Guests are requested to wear a coat and tie.
UNC Jugglers Association will meet at .'p.m.
Sunday outside Berryhill Hall. Beginners are
The South Campus Committee of the
Carolina Union will meet at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in
the James Green Room. Interested persons are
Former Girl Scouts: There will be a meeting of
the Campus Gold at 2 p.m. Sunday in Kenan
Dorm. Please bring guitars, favorite songs, etc.
Refreshments will be served. For more
information call 933-1483 or 933-3202.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Anyone interested in the 1978 Orientation
Commission is invi:ed to stop by Suite D to
discuss the positions w hich are open or to call 942
3469 and arrange an interview.
A cooperative of local women artisans is
have no running water and must use an
Nevertheless, the dome is quite
civilied in most aspects. Electricity and
heat are no problem. A wood stove gives
them "more than enough heat at no
cost," he said, and they have an oven, a
refrigerator, a television and a
A loft splits the dome and allows for
seperate upstairs and downstairs
bedrooms. The three or four soccer
posters make you feel as if you were
inside a soccer ball.
Baroff and Mansfield are both
Chapel Hillians like the remote setting
away from town. "There's no one out
here to disturb you," Mansfield said.
But both usually go home on weekends
to get a home-cooked meal.
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holding free demonstrations, creative workshops
and classes for handmade goods at Womancratt
at 412 W. Franklin St. across from McDonalds.
For more information call 929-8362.
Lab Theatre presents Alice In Wonderland at X
p.m. today through Saturday, in Room I03
Graham Memorial. Admission is free.
' GingkoTree 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
by the tree in front of New West and guess when
this special day will be.
WXYC. the student radio station, is soliciting
original scripts for a series of radio dramas to
be produced later this year. Scripts may be of any
type and length. Scripts and questions should be
addressed to Nelson Golorth, WXYC. Box 51
Technical Personnel are needed desperately
lor the Carolina Reader's productions of Dylan
Thomas' Under Milkwood. Those interested may
call Kathi Lamb at 966-5 1 36 or933-9773.
South Campus Quiz Bowl, sponsored by the
Carolina Union, is now registering four-person
teams at all South Campus information desks.
Registration continues through Friday. Play
begins next week.
Juniors and seniors interested in participating
in Centuring-Venturing, a three-part series on
career and life planning, should contact Jane
Kendall at C areer Planning and Placement office
as soon as possible. A group will begin tonight.
UNC Reader's Theatre will present
"Bradbury Tonight." two short stories by Ray
Bradbury at 8 p.m. today in Room 202 Carolina
Union. Admission is free.
Overeaters Anonymous has sw itched meet ing
places from the YMCA to Room 2I5 Carolina
Union for the Friday afternoon meeting.
The last Veterinary Aptitude Test for
admission in fall I978 will be held Dec. 3 in
Raleigh. Applications need to be received in New
York City by Nov. 1 7 and can be picked up in l()6
Nash Hall. More information on contract schools
and catalogues can he found in the
Educational Occupational Information Library
in 10I Nash Hall.
I he Campus-Community Link needs student
volunteers to serv e on the Campus Y committee.
Contact the campus YM-YWCA at 933-2333 if
interested in coordinating a project involving
students and senior citizens.
The Fine Arts Festival is sponsoring a logo
contest. The winning entry will be the oil icial logo.
Submit entries to Box 15. Carolina Union, bv
Mansfield said occasionally someone
will walk by and give the place a second
glance to see if it is real. Me said two old
women who lived about a mile awa
stopped one time to watch the
construction. One asked if the boys were
building an igloo.
When the boys said no, that it was a
geodesic dome. Mansfield said the
woman replied. " 'Well, we think it's
cute. All you need is some petunias and
that thing would be pretty."
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Gardner, 3 1, in making the announcement
cited "a need for more outspoken leadership
in Washington and a congressman from this
district who will take a more active role in
making our government more responsive to
the people of this district."
Gardner, an employee of Carolina
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secretary of the Nash County Republican
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will seek another term, but he has indicated
since last April in statements that he will run
Fountain has stated on repeated occasions
that he would like to remain in office to help
President Carter balance the federal budget.
University Police reported a clock was
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Council grants funds to RHA
and sets up new committee
By HOW ARD TKOXLEK
Staff W riter
The Campus Governing Council (CGC)
Tuesday night granted $ 1 ,400 to one student
group and referred actiori on two other
issues to committee for further study.
The council received requests for $500 and
$900 from the Residence Hall Association
(RHA). The $500 grant is to be used lor the
RHA State Conference to be held in Chapel
Hill this weekend. The $900 appropriation is
for continued operation of RHA for the
remainder of the year.
The CGC established a select committee
composed of students, CGC members,
University administrators and a faculty
member to study and recommend revisions
in the current CGC budgetary process,
during which all funded student
organizations formally present their budget
requests to the CGC lor approval.
I he current system has come under fire
from students, both inside and outside
Student Government who claim the system
is unwieldly and unfair to some
organizations. The oemmittee vwll make
recommendations for reform ot the
budgetary process later in the year.
Student Body President Bill Moss
indicated that the move is intended to bolster
support for the student-lee increase by
quelling past criticisms about the way the
allocation process is handled.
"The primary intention in setting up this
committee is to answer a lot of questions
students have had about the way their money
Is, being spent now." Moss said. "Whether or
ANYONE INTERESTED in attending the
announcement speech of Sen. McNeill Smith,
candidate for U.S. Senate, on Monday, Nov. 14 at
RDU Airport should contact Mary Ellis at 933
5194. For Sale
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Nov. Carrboro Christian Academy, 1110
West Main Street, 2 mile west of the
Town Hall in Carrboro. Baked goods,
homemade desserts, Christmas items,
canned goods, plants, home items and
FOR SALE: Two Granville East contracts 3rd
floor. Perfect for two females wanting to room
together on campus. Available for Spring. Call
Now. 933 1781.
GRANVILLE EAST contract for spring semester
for sale. Great suite. Contact Laura Miller at 933
1805. PLEASE BUY OUR Spring Housing Contracts:
Connor (Cheryl - 933-5252), Cobb (Jean - 933
7346). or James (Michele 933-4966). The sooner,
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THE BACCHAE is now hiring a disc jockey
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members. Second semester. Monday,
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p.m. $1.50 an hour. 967-7504
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Looking for
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Lost and Found
LOST 3 SECTION English notebook on wall
behind Preclinical Educational Building around
3:00 p.m. 119. Please call collect 489-0063
(Durham) after 5 30. Need desperately!
FOUND: Young female cat part Siamese part
tabby near Old Well Apts. Call 929 1002.
LOST: HONDA AND SUBARU KEYS along
wit h Wo house keys on a single steel ring between
Carroll and Davie Halls. Call 929 7818 4:30-6:00
LOST: SET OF KEYS on Fetzer Field Monday
evening Will whoever picked them up please
contact Susie at 933 6307.
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.
FOUND: 4 keys on leather charm with MAN on
leather. Found on m.iilhox outside Chase
Cafeteria tp-' 1:00. 11 8. Keys are at Union Desk.
FOUND: A CALCULA1 OR in the vicinity of the
Health Science Library. To identify, please call 3-6304.
not the fee increase passes, it is important
t hat the council spend the money as well as it
can. This committee should insure that if the
fee increase is passed, the extra money will be
handled properly and in the best.interest of
the student body."
The council also heard arguments from
UNC student Shelly Droescher about
eliminating restrictions on Student Legal
Services (SLS), a legal aid program provided
for students by Student Government.
Droescher argued before the council that
the restrictions placed on SLS lawyer
Dorothy Bernholz are unfair to students.
Bernholz may not represent students in legal
action against the University.
Droescher said that under these
restrictions, students often were left with no
legal recourse when they were wronged by
"In my case, it was a $40 parking ticket,"
she said. "But to fight it in court, it would
cost me $ 1 .000. 1 can't afford that. But 1 can't
afford the $40 either.
"What if the University does something
really wrong? Who can fight it? They know
The council carefully refrained from
taking a stand on the issue and instead
referred it to the Legal Advisory Committee,
a student committee charged with overseeing
SLS. for further study.
The council also authorized the Chapel
Hill branch of Common Cause to hold a
mock referendum on issues such as the
Panama Canal. The vote will be held in
conjunction with the student-fee referendum
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