2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, November
J Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH oflicet in the
Union by 1 00 p.m. if they are to run the next day Each item will run at least twice
There will be an organizational meeting of all those
interested in helping &n. McNeill Smith, Democratic
candidate for the U.S. Senate, at 7 p.m. in Room 206 of
the Carolina Union.
Opto Stag Night Coffeehouse, featuring various
types of amateur entertainment, will be held from 8 to 1 1
p.m. in DMp Jonah in the basement of the Carolina
The Outing Club will meet at 7 p.m. in Room 202,
The UNC Ski Club will meet at 7 p.m. in Room 204,
Learn about Esperanto, an International language
developed around the idea of world understanding, at 8
p.m. in Room 2I7, Carolina Union.
The prcmed-predent society, Alpha Epallon Delta,
will meet at 6: 15 p.m. in 107 Berryhill Hall. This includes
supper and a presentation by Dr. William Fleming on his
experiences with the ship "Hope "Everyone is welcome.
The Recreation Society will have a meet ing at 7 p m.
in Room 209, Carolina Union. ;
Interviews for the Lab Theater production of
Leonard Melfi's Birdbalh will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. in
Room 203 Graham Memorial.
The CQC Rulei and Judiciary Committee will meet
at 4 p.m. in Room 202, Carolina Union. Anyone
interested in speaking on the Honor Code revisions is
Parliano Italiano: Come and apeak Italian at the
Tavola Rotonda at 6 p.m. at the Rendezvous Restaurant
Contraceptive Health Education Clinic at 7 p.m. in
Room 231 of the School of Public Health. Men and ,
women are welcome.
A UNC Short Courae, Problem Solving Using APL
(Session 2), will be offered at 3 p.m. in 228 Phillips Hall.
An IRSS Short Courae, SPSS (Session I), will be
offered at 2 p.m. in 209 Manning Hall.
William Buttelmann of Ohio State University will
speak on "Phrase Structure Syntax, Semantics and
Translation" at 3:30 p.m. in 324 Phillips Hall as part of
the UNC Computer Science Alumni Series.
Thinking about your career? Come to a free two-part
workshop designed to help you figure out what you want
to do Focus is on work values, interests and skills Part II
is at 3 p m. in 108 Hancs Hall. Sponsored by Career
Planning and Placement.
The Union Gallery Committee will meet at 7 p m. in
the South Gallery Meeting Room of the Carolina Union.
Next semester's program will be discussed.
Battle considered for judgeship
Chapel H ill attorney Gordon Battle is
one of the attorneys Gov. Jim Hunt is
considering for a Superior Court
judgeship for Orange and Chatham
counties, a spokesperson for the
Battle, a Democrat, was endorsed
unanimously for the position by the
Orange County Bar Association.
Other nominees include attorneys
FOR THE RECORD
It was Stone, not Gold
Statements concerning the decision by the
Chapel Hill Police Department to crack down on
traffic violations by bicyclists were misattributcd
to Capt. Arnold Gold in a Daily Tar Heel story
Friday. The statements actually were made by
Police Chief Herman Stone at a press conference.
Gold was at the conference, but he was not quoted
in the slory. The DTH regrets the error.
Students may sign up for, ACC Basketball
Tournament tickets today, Wednesday and
Sign-up today will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in
the Carolina Union and from 1 1 a.m. to S p.m. at
the law school.
Sign-up Wednesday will be from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. in the Carolina Union and from 1 1 a.m. to 5
p.m. at the med school cafeteria and at the Y
Court. Thursday sign-up will be from 1 1 a.m. to 7 p.m.
in the Carolina Union and from 1 1 a.m. to 5 p.m.
at Chase Cafeteria.
Students must bring their IDs to sign up.
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The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet at
7:30 p.m. in Kenan Field House. Coach Mike Roberts
Have breakfast with friends and professors. Come to
the Koflee Klatch from 9 to 1 1 a.m. in the Pine Room.
Sponsored by the Campus Y.
Seniors or graduate students who are seeking
employment outside the teaching profession and who
would like to use the services of the Career Planning
and Placement office are invited to an orientation
meeting at 1 1 a.m. in the Frank Porter Graham Lounge of
the Carolina Union.
The Carolina Union Perlorming Arts Committee
will meet at 7 p.m. in Room 215. Carolina Union.
An Italian wlne-tastlng party will be held at 8 p.m. at
the Newman Center. You get one cup each of five of the
finest Italian wines. (That amounts to one bottle per
person). Tickets on sale in 214 and 317 Dey Hall for $3.
The Policy Committee of the Association ot
Business Students will meet at 3:30 p.m. in the third
floor faculty lounge of Old Carroll. Interested students
Delta Sigma PI will meet at 7:30 p.m. in T-S New
Have breakfast w ith friends and professors. Come to
the Koffee Klatch from 9 to 1 1 a.m. Wednesday in the
Pine Room. Sponsored by the Campus Y.
A UNC Short Course, "How to Use the Linkage
Editor and Loader and Establish Program Libraries,"
will be offered at 3 p.m. Wednesday in 228 Phillips Hall.
S. D. Colson of Yale University will discuss "Energy
Transfer in Isotopic Mixed Crystals" at 3:50 p.m.
Wednesday in 265 Phillips Hall as part of the UNC
Physics Colloquium. Coffee and tea will be served at
3:30 p.m. in 277 Phillips Hall.
Durham Academy Parents Council will sponsor a
book fair from 1 1 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday in the gym at
the Academy Road campus.
The Lutheran Campus Ministry will meet at 5:15
p.m. Wednesday in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on
Rosemary Street to celebrate Holy Communion. A
common meal and fellowship will be held at 6 p.m. in the
campus center behind the church.
Students interested in the UNC Year in Seville
Program should attend a slide show and panel discussion
at 4:15 p.m. W ednesday in the fourth-floor lounge ol Dey
The International Folk Dancers will meet at 7 p.m.
Wednesday at the Presbyterian Student Center. Haroa
Haktana (Israeli) and Bckesi Paros (Hungarian) will be
Lucius Cheshire and Dalton Loftin of
Hillsborough. Loftin, president of the
Chatham-Orange District Bar, has said
he supports Battle's candidacy.
Cheshire, a former county attorney, is
an organizer of the Orange Committee,
the group of conservative Democrats
that filed suit last spring asking the N.C.
Board of Elections to purge students'
names from voter registration books in
All three candidates were checked by
the State Bureau of Investigation before
the statewide Judicial Nominating
Committee submitted the names to
Hunt. The screening board members
were appointed by Hunt, Chief Justice
of North Carolina Susie Sharp and
The spokesperson said the governor
will announce his appointee by Nov. 23.
Enjoy a Cup with
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The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival Off
season Players present "Beyond the Fringe" at 7 and 9
p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and Nov. 30, Dec.
I and Dec. 2 at the Ranch House on Airport Road. Cost is
S3 for students with IDs and $4 for adults.
The Wednesday Bible Study of St. John's MCC will
meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Raleigh. If you need
transportation, call 929-8843 or 967-9626. For more
information, call or write MCC. Box 691, Chapel Hill.
A brlng-your-own-bao. luncheon for older students,
sponsored by the student affairs office, will be held from
noon to 1:45 p.m. Wednesday in Rooms 303-204 of the
Carolina Union. Undergraduates aged 25 to 35 and all
students 35 or older are invited.
Will you be looking for a job? t eam how to do it
effectively so you won't waste time and cause unnecessary
frustration. Career Planning and Placement is
offering a scries of three free workshops on the job
seeking process at 3 p.m. Wednesday. Thursday and
Monday in 108 Hanes Hall.
The Student Speech Communication Association
will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in 106 Bingham. A Career
Planning Placement representative will speak.
The French dinner will be at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Krissa's Restaurant, located behind PTA on West
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Friends of the Chapel Hill Library are
sponsoring a membership drive. Tax-deductible cards are
available at the library for $1. Contact Rosalind Howell
at 929-0192 for mere information.
UNICEF cards and glftSareavailable9a.m.lo4p.m.
Monday through Friday at the War Rcsisters League
office. Room 108. Located on Purefoy Road inside the
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counselors and counselor interns.
"We offer four basic services," Lawler
says. "Testing, career exploration, personal
counseling and a resource library where
students can find information on graduate
and professional schools and potential
"We get many referrals from advisers in
South Building. This or the Mental Health
Center is where students with personal
problems go. We help identify interests,
values and skills."
Yet another major resource for students
living in dormitories is the resident assistant.
RAs are graduate and undergraduate
students who live in the dorms and are paid
to assist residents with a wide variety of
"Our office has a broader base than just
academic advising," Jim Osteen of
University housing told 'the Committee on
Academic Advising. "We're concerned with
the total growth of the student within the
"RAs at the student level bear the brunt of
advising. We try to impress on them that
they are peer counselors and their limitations
as such. But academic advising is an official
part of their job.
"To that extent it interferes with advising
on the dean level. There is no
communication between housing and the
General College and Arts and Sciences."
Other, more specialized advising
programs are available on campus, but those
outlined above are the programs which
potentially can serve the greatest number of
Students and administrators, including
the advisers themselves, have pointed out
several problems with the individual systems
and the overall program and potentiar
solutions. These problems and solutions will
be the topic of Part Three of this series.
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By GEORGE SHADROUI
A select committee to investigate the
expansion of the UNC-TV Network has
been appointed by Carl J. Stewart,
speaker of the N.C. House of
The educational network broadcasts
across North Carolina, serving 930
public schools and approximately
750,000 students every week.
But according to George Bair,
director of educational television,
signals fail to reach several areas of the
Broadcast signals are not strong
enough to provide adequate reception in
some parts of the East. In the West,
mountains block some of the signals.
A bill up for consideration by the
Senate in May, however the Adams
Ramsey bill provides for three new
transmitters to alleviate most of the
problems in the East.
The bill includes more than $90
million for improvements across the
state, with $2. 1 million of this amount
appropriated for the transmitters.
Because of mountainous terrain in the
western part of the state, any reasonable
number of transmitters will not solve the
problem, said Alan Maclntyre, UNC
TV director of engineering.
In addition to the erection of more
transmitters, the committee also will
consider the following alternatives:
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The neutron bomb is designed to release
deadly radiation which will create an en
vironment hostile to life forms plant,
animal and human. The water will be unfit
to drink. The air will be unfit to breathe.
The aftereffects may continue for years.
This ecological destruction will begin when
the first neutron bomb is tested.
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1 nstalling translators to amplify the
signal as well as direct it into a specific
Working the UNC-TV system into
a commercial cablevision network. .
schools with video-cassette systems that
will show taped educational programs.
Maclntyre said all of these
alternatives can be beneficial to
covering the West. All Westerners will .
not be completely served, he said, unless
they make an effort to receive the signal.
Maclntyre said persons in the West
must have UHF antennas and must '
know how to use them before the
problem will be solved.
Cablevision could help alleviate the
problem, he said, but persons would "
have to be willing to pay for the service.
Some of the funds for Western
an outspoken opponent of the fee increases,'
was one of the few persons interviewed who
said he believes students will vote against the
proposed increase. "If enough people will
come out and vote," he said, "it won't pass."
Tindall gave three main reasons why he
expects students to oppose the increase: .
"First, it's not the right time for an
increase. The right time is when students
have confidence in Student Government."
Tindall said he felt students have lacked
confidence since I97S when Mike O'Neal
was Student Government treasurer.
Tindall also said he felt most Student
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expansion already have been allocated
through previous legislation, but a total
estimate of the costs never has been
Blair said UNC-TV has been under
considerable pressure to provide
coverage in the West. -
Maclntyre indicated the job has been ,
done gradually due to technical and
financial problems in dealing with the ;
mountainous terrain. "
In appointing the committee, Stewart ;
said, "People in the West often get the '
feeling that are short-changed in many (.
state programs and services.
"In the area of educational television
as well as others, the out-of-sight, out-of-mind
situation should not apply to.:
any citizen or any area in North ;
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Government officials reinforce their '
opinions with other student officials instead '
of polling students. He said CGC is generally
out of touch with the student body. i
The Graduate and Professional Student
Federation opposes the fee increase because.'
it feels the money will not benefit graduate
students to any degree, treasurer Jack '
Molyneaux said. -
The Student Consumer Action Union
takes no official stand on the increase
because the membership is divided on the
issue, President Bill Parmelee said.
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