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Public eatvtca innouncwntnM must be turned
Union by 1:00 p in. it they ere to run the next
Oagatardl, composer and linger, will be featured at 7:30
im the coffee home i the Great Hall.
Dr. J. Neman tcrtnahaw ol the Massachusetts Institute of
TtehMh(y will speak on 'Nutrition and the Health of Nations"
at 7:30 at the Elliot Center.
IMC CiMiilall CMtene Club will have a fruitcake sale from
10 a.a. to 3 p.m. ia front of the Carolina Union.
Career Hermit anal Placement will have a special
orientation meeting for interested junior and senior business
students from 3 JO to 4:30 p.m. in 106 Carroll Hall. For more
information call 933-M51
Career Pteswtasg and Placement will sponsor the first of a
two-part workehoe) on work values, interests and skills at 3 p m. in
I0t Haaes Hall.
Derotfcy aemhota, student leaal aid attorney, will speak on
"Cay people and the Law" el the Carolina Qty Association
mrettni at 7:30 p m. Hi Room 2I.VI5, Carolina Union.
fleerf Cere, editor of the Srnanrt Rtvirw. will speak on the
problems and rewards of editing a quarterly review at V p.m. in
Rom 223 Greenlaw.
Mas. Castellan oe of me N.C Congresesonel Club will speak
on various topics, including "Academic Freedom in Stale
Supported Schools" at 8 p.m. in Room 2M of IheCarolina Union.
The Undergraduate History Association will mcei ai 7 p.m. in
423 Hamilton Hall
Then wiU be a meeting of the Carotjna cMegattofl to the
Nor CaroRn Legislature at 9 p.m. in Room 217 of the
The Roe Arte Festival will meet at MS pm. in Room l-A
There will be an orientation meeting for the Pre-career
Experience Program at 2 p m. in 108 Hanes Hall.
There will be an IMS snort course, "Funding for Social
Science Research" ar 2 p.m. in 209 Manning Hall.
There will he an organizational meeting of all thokc interested in
helping ten. McNeW tnuth, Democratic candidate for the U.S.
Senate, at 7 p.m. Tuesday s Room 206 of the Carolina Union.
Open tug Night CoHeehouee, featuring various types of
amateur entertainment, will be held from 8 p.m. to 1 1 p.m. Tuesday
in Deep Jonah in the basement of the Carolina Union.
The Outtng Club will meet at 7 pm. Tuesday in Room 202.
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.
in to the box outside the OTH offices in the
day Each item will run at least twice
The UNC Ski Club will meel at 7 p m I msday in Room 2U4 of
the Carolina Union.
Learn ahoui Esperanto, an international language developed
around ihe ides of world understanding, at H p.m. Tuesday in
Room 217. Carolina Union.
Ihe premcd-predent society. Alpha Epsllon Delta, will ntcei at
6: 15 Tuesday in Room 107 Berryhilt Hall. I his includes supper and
a presentalion by Or. William Fleming on his experiences with the
ship "Hope " Everyone is welcome.
The Recreation Society will hae a meeting ai 7 p m. Tuesday
in Room 209 of the Carolina Union.
Interviews lor the Lab Theater production nl I eonard Mclli's
Bird bath will he held Irom 2-5 p.m. I ucsday in Room 2(1.' Graham
The CGC Rules and Judiciary Committee will meet at 4pm
Tuesday in Ruom 202. Carolina Union. Anyone interested in
sneaking on the Honor Code revisions is welcome.
Parliano lialiano: Come and apeak Italian at the lavola
Rotonda at 6 pm. 1 ucsday at the Rcnderwius Restaurant
Contraceptive Health Education Clinic at 7 p m I uesday in
the School ol Public Health. Room 231. Men and women are
ITEMS OF INTEREST
UNICEF cards and gifts arc available 9 a m lo4p m Monday
through Friday at the War Resisters l eague office. Room IIIK.
Located on Puretoy Road inside the Community Church.
Omega Pal Phi Itatermtv will be collecting lor their annual
Canned Food Drive tor Thanksgiving. Ml donations will be
I he Student Government Tutoring Service needs wiluntccr
tutors, especially in math, business and economic courses. Anyone
interested, please call 933-5201 between 6 p.m. and K p.m..
1 he Human Sexuelity Information and Counseling Service
will distribute Iree copies of the Hirth Control ami I l Humlhanky
Monday through Wednesday at various locations on campus.
1 here will be an exhibition of Dayak weavlnga, skirts and
ceremonial blankets liom Nov. 14 to Dec. 7 at the Wesley
Foundation. 214 Pittsboro Si.
The American Field Service Club ot Chapel Hill High School
has changed the date of lis International dinner from Nov. 1 2 to 6
p m . Dec 10. ai Ihe University United Methodist Church. 150 E.
Franklin St. Tickets are $1 or $2 il you wish to contribute.
Itsdifeent things tDdfeent people.
Of course, most of the employees at the National
Security Agency have certain things in common:
they are civilians employed by the Department of
Defense; they are engaged in projects vital to our
country's communications security and intelligence
production; and they all enjoy the benefits that
accompany Federal employment. However, the
differences between our career opportunities are just
as interesting as their similarities. For example. . .
TO THE ELECTRONIC ENGINEER (BSMS): An NSA
career means delving into unique projects which can
span every phase of the R&D cycle. An engineer may
design, develop, test and manage contracts on
communications, recording, and information storage
devices and systems whose capacities and speeds
are still considered futuristic in most quarters.
TO THE COMPUTER SCIENTIST (BSMS): It means
applying his or her knowledge in a wide range of
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By MEREDITH C REWS
The UNC Board of Trustees unanimously
approved a revised version of the University
five-year plan Friday, but several board
members expressed concern over the limited
enrollment growth policy set forth in the
The five-year plan discusses University
library development, present and future
construction on campus, the continuing
education program, public service and
research, among other things.
The limited enrollment policy would
increase total enrollment on campus
(including undergraduate, graduate and
professional) from the present 18,795 to a
projected 19.427 in the fall of 1981.
In I960, total enrollment on campus was
8,592. Fifteen years later, it was 18,950.
The board appointed a study committee of
its members to re-examine the enrollment
policy. It adopted the five-year plan with the
option to update its contents.
"The board still has a number of concerns
on admissions and enrollment," said Tom
PRC costumes stolen from theater
More than $860 worth of costumes were
discovered missing from a dressing room at
I'laymakers' Theater, and a counterfeit parking
permit was found over the weekend. University
Erol Selsby, Playmakers' Theater stage
manager, told police a rabbit-fur coat and a man's
three-piece suit were taken from a theater dressing
room just prior to Ihe opening show of "Play It
by William S. Powell
with photographs by Bruce Roberts
Historian William S. Powell will
autograph his new book...
Tuesday, November 15
3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
in University Square
143, West Franklin Street
Downtown Chapel Hill
sub-disciplines such as systems design, systems pro
gramming, operating systems, computer applications
analysis, and retrieval systems.
TO THE MATHEMATICIAN (MS): A career means
defining, formulating, and solving complex communications-related
problems. Statistical mathematics,
matrix algebra and combinatorial analysis are just a
few of the tools applied by the NSA mathematician.
TO THE LINGUIST (BAMAD): A career consists of
transcribing, translating, and perhaps conducting
analysis and documentation projects. Slavic. Mid
Eastern, and Asian language majors can expect chal
lenging assignments and continuing self-development.
Interested in learning more about the difference in
an NSA career? Schedule an interview with us through
your Student Placement Office today.
U.S. Citizenship is required.
NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY
Fort George G. Meade. Maryland 20755
An Equal Opportunity Employer m, f
revised desegrega tio nplan
Lambeth, board chairperson. "A study
committee on admissions is needed to re
examine this policy of putting a ceiling on
enrollment and to answer complex questions
dealing with admissions."
Board member Ralph Strayhorn, who was
appointed to the study committee, expressed
concern over putting a limit on enrollment.
"We are declining people that would have
gotten in 10 years ago." Strayhorn said. "The
trouble is we are not affording future leaders
the benefit of an education here."
The limited enrollment growth policy
contained in the five-year plan was based
partly on statistics projected by the
Department of Health, Education and
Welfare (HEW). The statistics project a peak
in national university enrollment by 1978
and a steady decline in enrollment thereafter.
Board member Margaret Harper was
concerned about the long-term effects of
"As other schools grow and get more
money from the legislature, we will get less
and less." Harper said.
Again, Sam." The thief apparently gained access
to the building through a basement door with the
latch taped open.
Patrol Officer Reid Neville issued a $50citation
to Gail Thompson of Route I. Mebane, after
traffic monitor Phil Easier discovered a
.counterfeit parking permit Friday.
The permit had been altered to appear valid
through Nov. 29 instead of Nov. 2.
But Chancellor N. Ferebee Taylor said
other schools were also beginning to
implement limited enrollment growth
"At Appalachian State University they
intend to do what we did in 1972 begin to
level off," Taylor said.
In other action, the board unanimously
approved the construction of an addition to
the Health Affairs parking deck and road
construction for the new addition.
The $2.6 million addition will be financed
by bond sales or long-term loans and the
parking fund, according to John L. Temple,
vice chancellor for business and finance.
Of the 1,400 additional parking spaces
that would be provided by the new addition,
800 will be allocated for visitors, with the
remainder used for employee parking.
On Monday's at Shoney's, you can get a
Big Boy sandwich with cole slaw and fries
This Monday get
for only 25P and this coupon
W. Franklin St.
SKI BRECKENRIDGE, Colorado Spring Break -$334.30
plus $10.00 deposit due this week. 14
spaces left. Ski Killington, Vermont - January 1-7,
$165.57. Bill Verch, 933-2567.
FOR SALE: SONY compact stereo system.
Good condition, $125 firm. Call Alison 933-5726.
Leave message. Keep trying.
FOR SALE: Two Granville East contracts 3rd
floor. Perfect for two females wanting to room
together on campus. Available for Spring. Call
FOR SALE: COBB DORM contract for spring
semester. If interested, call Debbie at 933-7354.
TENNIS PROS AND ASSISTANT PROS
Seasonal and year-round clubs; good playing and
teaching background. Call (301) 654-3770, or send
2 complete resumes and 2 pictures to: Col. R.
Reade, W. T. S., 8401 Connecticut Avenue, Suite
1011, Chevy Chase, MD 20015.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Looking for
a part-time job with good income, flexible
hours, and real experience with a career
opportunity in the business world? Call, Jim
Morgan, Northwestern Mutual Life, 94241$?.
Lost and Found
FOUND: Set of keys on a Brookstone key ring.
Found by fence surrounding new gym site on side
closest to Teague. Pick up at the DTH.
LOST: SET OF KEYS on Fetzer Field Monday
evening. Will whoever picked them up please
contact Susie at 933-6307?
STEPHANIE B. Your Design and Analysis book
left at the bus stop can be picked up at the Student
FOUND: Young female cat part Siamese part
tabby near Old Well Apis. Call 929 1002.
LOST: HONDA AND SUBARU KEYS along
with two house keys on a single steel ring between
Carroll and Davie Halls. Call 929 7818 4:30 6:00
FOUND: A CALCULATOR in the vicinity of the"
Health Science Library. To identify, please call 3
ATTENTION DIABETICS: I am doing a study on
diabetes and exercise and need you to answer
some questions concerning this. Please call
Sharon AIwihxI at 933 2745 between 5 & 7.
Continued from page 1.
The UNC plan speaks mainly to the
redistribution of black students within the state
system. It should instead concentrate on
increasing the proportion of black students in
traditionally white institutions.
Remedial programs should be increased to
reduce disparities between the proportions of
black and white students graduating from two
year, four-year and graduate schools.
The letter contains some positive comments on
the UNC plan, such as accepting UNC's general
goals to eliminate racial duality as a vestige of past
discrimination. HEW recognizes that "UNC has
taken some positive steps to enhance traditionally
black schools" and says UNC has complied with
the commitment to "provide equal educational
opportunities that are open and accessible to all
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mission was successful. We'll be glad to see
you again anytime. Love, Longtoes,
Bountiful Betty and Fulfilled Felicia, from
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the rose, King?
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