2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday. November
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 1 00 p m it they are to run the next day Each item will run at least twice
Have breakfaiit with friendi and prof mors. Come ui ihe Koffee
Kletch from V to M a m. in the Pine Room Sponsored by the
A UNC Short Course, "How lo I'm the I inkajie Editor and
Loader and Establish Program l.ibraric,"illheoHcrcdiil 3 p m.
u 228 Phillips Hall.
S. D. Cotsonof Yal I'mvertiiy will discim "Energ Transfer in
Isotope Mined Crystal!" at J 50 p m in 2bi Phillips Hall as part of
the UNC Physics Colloquium. Col Ice and lea will be served ai
.X pm. in 227 Phillips Hill.
College Student In Broadcasting w ill meet ti 7: .W p.m. in ih'c
Carolina Union. Guest speaker will he Bob Johnson of WTVl).
Education seniors and graduate students seeking employment
who want to use the services of the Career Planning and
Placement Office arc invited to an orientation meeting at 2 U)
p.m. in 0s Peabody. Please sign up in 21 1 Hanes Hall if you plan lo
I h UNC tea) Hookey Team will noi scnmmage in
Greensboro today due to problems at Wake.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Club will meet at 7 p.m. in
308 Alumni Building. All interested persons arc invited.
The Valkyries will meet for supper ai i .V) p m at the Carolina
Chapel Mill ECOS will meet at 7 30 p m in 21)1 Bingham Hall lo
dsscuts nuclear and solar power 1 he public is invited.
The UNC Committee to Free the Wilmington 10 ill meet at 3
and B p.m. in the South Gallery of the Carolina Union.
The Residence Hal Association will hold ibe first annual
giveaway of Peabody H all floor maps between 2 and 5p m. in Suite
A of the Carolina I'mon.
The UNC Media Center will hold an open house lor those
interested in viewing its production and language laboratory
facilities between 3 30 and 3 p m on the first floor ol Dcy Hall 1 he
public is invited. ,
The Students' International Meditation Society is sponsoring
an introductory leciurc. "enlightenment thiough the
Transcendental Meditation Progtam." ai 2 and 7 :30p m in Room
2l3Carolina Union Evervonc a welcome.
The UNC Water Polo Club will meet at 7 p m in Room 21$
Durham Academy Parents Council will sponsor a book fair
from II am to 8 pm in the gym at the Academy Koadcampus.
The Lutheran Campus Ministry will meet at S: 15 p m. in the
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church 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 meeting at 4 15 p re in the fourth-floor faculty lounge of
The mtematlonal Fok Dancers will meet at 7 p m in the
Presbyterian StuJenl Center Haroa Haklana (Israelii urn! Bckesi
Psrot (Hungarian) will be taught
The Norm Carolina Shakespeare Festival OH-Seaeon
Pteyen present "Bey ond the r nnge" at 7 and 1 p m at Ihc Ranch v
House oa Airport Road Cost is S3 for students with IDs and M for
The Wadneaday Bible Study ol St. John's MCC ill meet at 8
p.m. at Raleigh. If you need transportation call v2V-HM or 7-626.
DTH gets All-America prize I
The Daily Tar Heel has received an A II
American rating by the National Scholastic Press
Association (NSPA) and the Associated
Collegiate Press (ACP).
The Ail-American rating is the highest rating
given in the collegiate newspaper competition and
was presented to the DTH this fall for its issues last
The DTH received marks of distinction in all .
five categories: coverage and content, writing and
editing, editorial and opinion, physical
appearance and photography and use of graphics'.
The collegiate newspapers were judged in
competition to other college newspapers with
similar enrollment, frequency of publication and
But most advisers seem to be in agreement
that if there is a major flaw in the advising
system, it is not in the system itself but Jhhe
way students utilize that system. t
"Students need to take better advantage of
the services we provide for them," Professor
Melvin Chambers of the pharmacy school
says. "If the students would simply consult
with their advisers more we're in a better
position to help them than they are to help
"In General College we try to stress
students' coming in not because something .
has happened but before something
bureaucratic hits them," says Robert
Daniels, an anthropology professor.
Carol Reuss of the School of Journalism
says, "My philosophy is that students should
learn to use the tools available use the
guidelines within the University to develop
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bring-your-own-bag luncheon lor older students will be
held from noon to 1:45 p.m. in Rooms 202-204 of the Carolina
Union Undergraduates uged 25 to 35 and all students 35 or older
The Career Planning and Placement Office is sponsoring the
first of three free workshops on the job-seeking process at 3 p.m. in
108 Hanes Hall.
The Student Speech Communication Association will meet
at 8 p m. in 106 Bingham. A Career Planning and Placement
representative will speak.
the French dinner will he held at 5 30 p.m. at Krissa's
Restaurant, located behind PI A on West Rosemary Street.
The Association ol International Sludenta and the
International Student Center will hold a eollec hour Irom 3 to 5
p m. Thursday at the center, which is located in Ihc basement ol
Hlnton James presents A II red Hitchcock's .Virrjrtr..Vftrrfivr.w
at 7:30 and 10 p.m. in the Hinton James Recreation Room.
Refreshments will her served Admission is 50 cents.
1 he Gay Rap Group will mcei at 8 p m. Thursday in Raleigh.
Come share vour problems and triumphs. Tor more information
call 92t-m or 832-1582.
I he UNC Scuba Club presents " I ales ol the South Pacific." a
slide show extravagana. at 7 p m. T hursduy in Room 202 of the
Carolina Union. Admission is 50 cents.
The Beginning Needlework Class will meet at 7 p.m.
1 hursday in 452 Hamilton Hall.
1 he Christian Science Organization w ill hold a discussion on
Gratitude at 6 p m. Thursday in the Carolina Union.
1 he UNC Jugglers Association ill meet ai 4 p m I hursduy
outside Herryhill Hall.
T he Order ol the Grail will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday in Ihc
r-rank Porter Graham Lounge ol IheCarolina Union. Ring policy
will be discussed.
V lection of officers for Ihe spring term will he held at the Di-Phl
Societies meeting at 8 p m. Ihuisday in 300 New West.
The Alchemist, UNC's interdisciplinary science magaine. w ill
meet at 8 p m. Thursday in Room 215 Carolina Union. Anyone
interested in submitting articles is welcome.
The ERA Committee will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the
AWS Office in Suite 13 of the Carolina Union. All interested
persons are welcome.
1 he North Campus chapter ot the Intervarslty Christian
Fellowship will meet for prayer hclorc beginning the evangelism
application at 5 p m Thursday in Ihe parlor of Ihc Chapel of Ihe
Cross Fpiscorul Church Please meet together before going to
The Graduate History Society and ihe Curriculum In
American Studies present Professor Warten Sussman ol Rutgers
speaking on "Character and Society in 2()th Century America" at 8
pm Thursday ill III Murphey Hall.
Rabbit and Ken will pcriorm at v p.m. f hursday for the final
Deep Jonah of this semester. Bring your own beer or wine. There
u no cover charge.
The Medical Technology Club will meet at 7 p.m. I hursday in
Room 206 Caiolina Union Information on the C hristmas party
will he given
"The Daily Tar Heel is as always a 100
percent professional publication," said Mary
Skar, director of the NSPA and ACP critical
services. "Your staff and school should be proud."
"Associated Collegiate Press is the most
authoritative critical service in the country for
college newspapers," DTH Editor Greg Porter
said, "and they gave us the highest possible rating,
.so we have to be proud."
. Porter noted that it was the first time the DTH
had received marks of distinction in all five
categories in several years. He added that the
Daily Tar Heel is often compared with collegiate
papers that have greater resources.
"We feel we're doing a lot with what we have,"
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their own program. If they don't take
advantage of the services, maybe they don't
need it; maybe they don't want it."
' One: interesting .approach to advising is
being attempted in Henderson Residence
College. For the past three years, a General
College adviser has maintained an office at
Henderson and has kept regular office hours
to assist its residents.
"I'm more accessible to students here,"
Susan Furr says. "One strong point is that I
haven't had people missing appointments.
And it's less formal because I'm in their
"I have to look up a lot more information
and make more phone contacts because of
the wide variety of students 1 talk to, but for
people who are undecided it seems to work
real well. They can talk more informally in
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White House rocked by riot
Anti-shah mob battles police; Carter,
From I nited Press International
WASHINGTON - Bleary-eyed in
wafting tear gas, President Carter greeted
the Shah of Iran on the White House lawn
Tuesday as hordes of screaming, club
swinging anti-shah demonstrators brawled
with police and pro-shah crowds a few
hundred yards away.
The shah, his queen and Rosalynn Carter
wept and gagged in the wind-carried gas
police fired during the half-hour, skull
cracking battle that erupted just as the
Iranian monarch arrived for a two-day visit.
White House veterans said they could not
recall any comparable disruption of a White
House state ceremony, not even during the
Vietnam protest era.
U.S. Park Police said Tuesday evening
they counted 92 civilians and 17 police
among the injured, most with cuts and
bruises. Hospital spokespersons gave a
somewhat lower figure but said it included
one man, a shah partisan, in serious
condition with a skull fracture.
Sadat invited to Israel
JERUSALEM Prime Minister
Menahem Begin Tuesday formally invited
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat to the Holy
City of Jerusalem to show the world "we
want peace with all our heart." The United
States acted as postman.
Sadat said he would travel to Jerusalem
and address the Israeli parliament if he got a
proper invitation. Begin promised "he will be
received with pomp and ceremony as befits
the head of a neighboring state with which
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Begin handed the invitation to Sadat, plus
a separate message for President Carter, to
U.S. Ambassador Samuel W. Lewis, who
promised the U.S. Embassy in Cairo would
have it within minutes.
Justice says AA okay
WASHINGTON - The Justice
Department told the Supreme Court
Tuesday affirmative action programs
favoring minorities do not violate the 1964
Civil Rights Act's prohibitions against racial
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The department filed its court-requested
"friend of the court" brief in Allan Bakke's
reverse discrimination suit challenging a
special admissions program for
disadvantaged applicants to attend the
University of California Medical School at
"The act as a whole," the department
argued, "was intended to deal with the
discrimination against black persons then
pervasive in our society."
Energy battle continues
WASHINGTON - Senate energy
negotiators Tuesday refused to accept
mandatory reform in the way electric rates
are calculated, saying the most they will do is
require states to consider rate changes
proposed by the House.
House members of the energy conference
committee, however, stuck by their demand
for specific, federally required reforms. They
indicated the most they were prepared to
oiler was a series of loopholes to let states
ignore reforms considered too distasteful.
Tuesday night. Republicans urged
President Carter to dump his energy
proposal and offer another plan that will
keep America great by requiring persons to
sacrifice less and emphasizing new
Blue blood born
LONDON - Princess Anne gave birth
Tuesday to a 7-pound, 9-ounce son who is
fifth in line to the throne. The first known
Cookie Sale at ThelFs!
2 dozen cookies for $1.00
All your favorites: Chocolate
Fashioned Sugar, and Pecan.
We're still making those good old fashioned pumpkin cookies.
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biological, mathematical sciences and
engineering.. Triangle - Areai-Gey' Scientists
meet November 19 in Durham. Call 493-2771
or 967-9626 or 929 4997.
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WV GOT THE BLAHS? Tune-ups $1250
plus parts. Mufflers, clutches, shocks,
brakes, valves, rebuilds. The Bug Haus
guarantees parts & labor. 967-7414 evenings
AUCTION sponsored by University Methodist
Day Care Center. Exciting auction itemsservices
from local residents and merchants. "Country
Store" with home canned and baked
goods second hand bargains. Come bargain
hunt. Free coffee and donuts admission $1.00
Saturday Nov. 19th 10 a.m. at University
Metnodist Church fellowship Hall.
FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH spring contract
for sale! Call 933-0351. Leave message. Keep
EXCLUSIVE Female coed dorm contract for sale
for spring semester. Second floor Winston,
corner room.' Great North Campus location.
Don't delay! Call Diane, 933-5225.
FOR SALE: COBB DORM contract for spring
semester. If interested, call Debbie at 933-7354.
SPENCER ROOM CONTRACTS for sale -Spring
semester. Double andor single room. Call
933-5843. If no answer, 933-5252. Must sell
FOR SALE: SAE Mark 30 Preamp; Mark 31B
Power Amp, 50W. NEW. 5 year warranty. $299
for both. Call Jim, 933-7456.
FOR SALE: Craige contract. In the Craige
Penthouse, corner-room for quiet and privacy.
Room empties on 1st of December and has a
single or double capacity. Call Tom. 933-7256
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PHONOGRAPH. Ideal for dorm room. $35.
Stand included. Call 967 5347.
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Tues. - Fri. 10:30 5:30, 929-6852.
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Morgan, Northwestern MutualLife, 942411$.
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.
grandchild of a reigning British sovereign
ever born a commoner, he will be known
simply as "Mr. Phillips."
Artillery resounded across the River
Thames 41 times from the ancient Tower of
London in celebration of the child, born in
the silver jubilee year of Queen Elizabeth's
FDA asks for labels
WASHINGTON The Food and Drug
Administration today told diet soft-drink
bottlers and other users of saccharin to begin
placing cancer-warning labels on products as
soon as possible.
The agency published tentative guidelines
to tell the industry how to display the
warning label Congress has approved as part
of still-unsigned legislation reversing the
FDA's earlier proposed ban on the artificial
President Carter's approval of the
legislation is expected shortly, and the FDA
said it was publishing the guidelines in the
event the measure becomes law.
Thieves carry off
University Police reported that an
amplifer, two speakers, a turntable and a
tape deck belonging to the department of
music were stolen from 110 Hill Hall
sometime over the weekend. The thieves
gained entry by breaking a window, police
Peter Schneider of H-9 Carolina
Apartments told police he lost his wallet in
the Carolina Union at noon Monday. The
wallet and its contents were valued at $20.
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krystal ball says YES! Love you,
BARBARA COSTA - The love I lost was a sweet
love. Let's stop hating each other and get married
and go to Tahiti. Love, Rip H.
ELI JUNIOR McCULLOUGH - Today is your
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birthdays ever. Love you, Diane.
TO SECRETARY TREASURER JANET -Happy
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Love, The DH Fan Club.
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