2 The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, November
Public service announcements must be turned
Union by 1:00 p m. it they (re to run the next
The Association ol International Studanta snd the
International Student Center will hold s coffee hour from 3 lo 5
p.m at the center, which is lociied in the baiemcnl ol Bynum Hall.
Htnton Jamee presents Alfred Hitchcock'! North hv Northwest
at 7:30 and 10 p.m. in the Himon Jamei Recreation Room.
Refreshment! will be served. Admission is 50 cents.
The Qy Rap Group will meet si 8 p.m. inRalcigh. Come share
your problems and triumph! For more informslion call 929-SSI43
The UNC Scuba Club presents "Tales of the South Pacific," a
slide show estrsvsgsnra at 7 p m. in Room 202 of the Carolina
Union. Admission a 50 cents
The Beginning Needlework Class will meet si 7 p m in 452
The Christian Science Organization will hold a discussion on
Gratitude at p.m. in the Carolina Union.
The UNC Jugglera Association will meel si 4 p m. outside
The Order ot the Grail will meet at 8 p m ia the Frank Porter
Graham Lounge of the Carolina Union Ring policy will be
Election of officers for the spring term will be held at ihe Dl-Phl
Societies meeting at 8 p.m. in M0 New West.
The Alchemist, UNCs interdisciplinary science magazine, will
meet at 8 p.m. in Room 2 1 5 Csrolina U nion Anyone interested in
submitting ankles e welcome.
The ERA Committee will meet at 7: JO p.m. st the A WS Office in
Suite D of theCarolina Union. All interested persons are welcome.
The North Campus chapter ot the bittrvsrslty Christian
FellowaMp'wUI meet for prayer before beginning the evangelism
application at 5 p.m. in the parlor of the Chapel of the Cross
Episcopal Church Please meet together before going to dinner..
Tile Graduate tTtttory "Society" and fl Curriculum In
American Studies present Professor Warren Sussman of Rutgers
sneaking on "Character and Society in 20th Century America" at 8
p.m. in 111 Murphey Hall.
Rabbit and Ken will perform ai 9 p.m. for Ihe final Deep Jonah
of this semester. Bring your own beer or wine. There is no cover
1 he Medical Technology Club will meet ai 7 p m. in Room 206
of the Carolina Union, lnformalion on the Christmas party will be
U.S. Sen Cttartee Mathlaa, R-Md.. will speak at 3: JO p m on
the main quad of Duke's West Campus. For informslion or a ride,
call Manha at 933-1946.
Charles H. Long of ihe UNC religion department will discuss
"Religion as a Cultural Aipect of Mankind" at J p.m. in the
International Center. Bynum Hall.
Will you be looking for a job? Learn how to do it effectively so
thai you do not waste time and cause unnecessary frustration.
Career Planning and Placement is offering a series of free
workshops on the job-seeking process ai 3 p.m. in Room 108 Hancs
The North Carolina Shakcipeare Festival Off-season Players
present Beyond the Fringe at 7 and 9 p.m. ai the Ranch H ousc on
Airport Road Other performances are set for Friday and Nov. 30,
OPENING TOMORROW! 11:00 A.M.
New Chinese Fast Food Restaurant
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Downtown Franklin St.
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VdnescJay Thursday 6 Friday
November 16, 17 16, 30
TICKETS: $4.00 Adults
$3.00 Students with ID cords
PERFORMANCE1 7:OOpm &9:OOp.m
Advance Tickets on Sale at Ranch House
and The Old World Gift Shop
RESEPVATIONS: Coll 942-5155
Dinner available $30 to 9:30
in to the box outside the OTH offices in the
day Each item will run at least twice.
Dec I and Dec. i. Cost is S3 lor students with IDs and $4 for adults.
Durham Academy Parent! Council will sponsor a book lair
from 10 a m. to 8 p m. at Ihe gym on the Academy Road campus.
An IRSS Short Courae, SPSS (Session 2). will be offered al 2
p.m. in 209 Manning Hall.
The ERA Committee ot AWS will meet at 7:30 p.m. in Suite D
of the Carolina Union. Interested persons are welcome.
The Residence Hall Association announces its first giveaway of
Peabody Hall door mapa. It'i a limned edition, so stop by
between 2 and 5 p m. inSuite A of theCarolina Union, or write Box
12 by Friday.
CoHeglate Clvttane will meet at 6:30 p.m. in Room 213
The Campus Christian Fellowship will pick up students to take
them to the Bible Study at the Glenburnie Streel house at T pjn.
m the Carolina Union. Come dressed to work.
Growing in Grace, sponsored by C ampus Crusade for Christ,
will meet from 7 lo 9 p m. in the fourth floor faculty lounge of Dey
The Food Services Advtaory Committee will meet at 3 p.m. in
Room 217 Carolina Union.
The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival Off-Season Players
present Beyond the Fringe at 7 and 9 p.m. Friday at the Ranch
H ouse on A irport R oad. Cost is $3 for students wilh I Ds and S4 for
The Cornerstone Coffeehouse, Chapel Hill's Christian
coffeehouse, invites everyone to a night of fun, fellowship and
entertainment at 8 p.m. Friday in Ihe St. Thomas More Catholic
Church. Fountain, a contemporary Christian group from
Greensboro, will perform. Admission is free.
The UNC Water Polo Club will practice from 2 lo 3 p m. Friday
and from I to 2 p m Saturday at Bowman Gray Pool. Newcomer!
The Graduate FeHotvehlp Group will meet al 6: 30 p.m. Friday
at Battle House, 203 Battle l ane, for the regular covered-dish
An Avon Christmas party to raise money for summer missions
will be held at 8 p.m. Friday at Batik House.
David McRcvnoldi, long-time pacifist, activist and writer, will
speak on Radical Nonviolence: A Different Perspective on
Currenl Social. Politicaland Economic Issues." at 7:30p.m. Friday
in the Catholic Newman Center at 218 Pittsboro Si.
A Shabbat dinner will be held at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Hillel
House. 210 W Cameron Ave. All are welcome, bui please sign up
by noon Friday. Dinner will be followed by services at 8 p.m. The
alternative service group will meel in the library.
Alan Stern of the political science department will speak on the
nature ot aggreaalon at the last Campus Y Dinner discussion at
5:30 p.m Friday. For details and signup, come by Room 102 of the
All persons interested in working on the S Sudani Corsasjmer
Action Union 'a new edition of Guide to Chapel Hill Men-harm
should attend a meeting al 3 p m Friday in Suite B of theCarolina
or Take Out!
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
Interested in taking the PACE Exam? It will be offered on
campus at I p.m. Jan. 30. 1978. in 100 Hamilton Hall. Sign-up for
the four and one-half exam is in 21 1 Hancs Hall. Forms must he
completed hy Nov. 30.
Need information for a term paper? Interested in hunger? If so,
the Y Hunger Action Committee has a reaourca library on the
second floor of the Y Building.
Ihe Association for Women Students is sponsoring a
coffeehouse in conjunction with the Woman's Fasllyal wet for Jan.
22-28. I97H. Women musicians may audition at 7: JO p.m. Dec. I in
Deep Jonah. Interested persons should contact AWS in Suite D of
Ihe Carolina Union 1933-2165) or Perri Morgan (933-5245). Non
professionals arc welcome.
The C'arrhoro recreation department has openings (prvokwrtcar
coaertee for its youth basketball program. If interested in coaching
boys and girls, contact the department of 942-8341 or 942-8556.
Christmas crafts by Lynn Bradshaw. The International Baaar
and Ihe Painted Bird will he shown in Ihe Carolina Union
showcases through Dec. 1.1.
The 1971 Orientation Commlsalon is accepting applications
for positions in Suite D of the Carolina Union throughout this
week, for more information call 9.1.1-2.175 or 942-.14d9.
The Order of tha Old Wall is accepting applications for
membership. Applications arc available al the information desk in
the Carolina Union.
UNICEF card and gilts are available 9 a.m. lo4p m. Monday
through Friday al the War Resisters l eague office. Room 108.
Purefoy Road Community Church.
FOR THE RECORD
The 'Fringe' starts at 9
Beyond the Fringe, playing through
Friday at the Ranch House, has
performances at 7 and 9 p.m. The DTH
reported Wednesday the performances were
at 7 and 9:30 p.m.
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For that between class snack
the Student Store Candy
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Candy & Nuts
There's more at your
Lang is intently serious about his
mission and his role. He dislikes the way
the United States is being run. And he is
serious about the means necessary to
"We don't believe in pacifism or
allowing ourselves to get beaten up or
shot on. We're not going to let happen
what happened at Kent State."
His view of the revolutionary state is
idealistic, yet plain and simple. "We
want a socialist state where the working
people actually control society. No
longer can a handful run society for a
profit. That's where, we're coming
"Bill," he is asked, "are you prepared
to die for the 'cause?"
He hesitates to answer the question,
and pauses before plunging forward
against his better judgment. He hesitates
because he is afraid that his answer will
be misinterpreted by his questioner,
who has been skeptical throughout. He
fears that his answer will lead people to
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believe his group is a bunch of fly-by-night
i "People think you're talking about
going out and being a martyr. We ain't
into that. It's going to take a lot of
A stare lets him know he's avoiding
And then the answer. "Personally,
yeah, I'm prepared."
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STUDENTSPROFESSIONALS in physical,
biological, mathematical sciences and
engineering. Triangle Area Gay Scientists
meet November 19 in Durham. Call 493-2771
or 967-9626 or 929 4997.
Legal Clinic of Winston,
Coleman, and Bernholz
Offering legal services at reasonable prices
at convenient times.
Some of the services available are:
- - $90 plus court costs '..
$35 plus court costs
$15 for 30 minutes
For an appointment call 929 0394. Legal clinic
located in NCNB Plaza above Blimpie's.
SKI VERMONT! Glen Ellen Mountain: largest
vertical descent in the East! Luxury lodging,
meals, lift tickets, evening ice skating, travel by
Amtrak for ONLY $270. Call Randie Weisberg
929-7776 or 942-8534. Deposit $150. Deadline
GO HEAR U.S. SENATOR CHARLES
MATHIAS (R-Md)! Thursday, Nov. 17 at 3:30.
Main quad of Duke's West campus (in front of the
AUCTION sponsored by University Methodist
Day Care Center. Exciting auction itemsservices
from local residents and merchants. "Country
Store" with home canned and baked
goodssecond hand bargains. Come bargain
hunt. Free coffee and donuts admission $1.00
Saturday Nov. 19th 10 a.m. at University
Methodist Church Fellowship Hall.
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
eves. Price negotiable.
FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH spring contract
for sale! Call 933-0351. Leave message. Keep
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 LEASE: Room contract in Granville East for
spring semester. Call 933-1982.
ROOM CONTRACT FOR SALE. 9th floor
James. Possibility of Single later in spring
semester. Need to sell now. Call Anita 933-4827.
FOR SALE: FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH
contract for spring semester. Call 933-0443.
Leave name and number.
CONTRACT FOR SALE in James. Need to sell
for spring semester. Call Bonnie 933-4965 Please!
FOR SALE: SAE Mark 30 PreamprMarklB
Power Amp, 50W. NEW. 5 year warranty. $299
for both. Call Jim, 933 7456. . :
FOR ' SALE: GE PORTABLE STEREO
PHONOGRAPH. Ideal for dorm room. $35 .
Stand included. Call 967-5347.
UNUSUAL AND ORIGINAL JEWELRY, stoTie
setting, custom and repair work, at
LYSANDER'S, 105 North Columbia upstairs
Tues. Fri. 10:30 - 5:30, 929-6852.
Lost and Found
FOUND: ONE CAROLINA RAM. Owner
please inquire: Wallace Wade Stadium, Nov
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159 E. FRANKLIN
Next to Amber Alley
Visit Chapel Hill's Oldest
Drug Store Famous for its
Fresh Orangeade, Lemonade
and Old Fashioned Milk Shakes.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Looking for
a part-time job 'with good income, flexible
hours, and real exoerience with a career
opportunity in the business world? Call Jim
Morgan, iNortnwestern Mutual Lite, 9424Hjy.
FOR SALE: 4 football tickets - Duke-UNC. Call
Dr. Salisbury at 966-3080 or 966-4446.
FRESH SEAFOOD -shrimp, scallops,
oysters, fish, clams, frozen lobster tails
Open -Friday 9 a.m. until, Saturday
morning 'til noon. Behind Quick Food
Mart - corner of Church & Rosemary Sts.
Ask about discounts on large food orders.
DISSERTATION THESIS PAPER DUE?
COPYQUICK - Low cost quality copies. All
work guaranteed. No minimum number
required. Free sorting. Upstairs over N.C.
Cafeteria on Franklin Street. Monday
Saturday. CONDOM SAMPLERS: Learn the difference
between condoms with one of our famous sample
packs. Preshaped, textured, colored, lubricated
skins, stubs. Designed to increase sexual
. satisfaction. Adam & Eve, Franklin & Columbia
(over the Zoom). 929-2147.
ROOMMATE WANTED: Female to share 2
bedroom apartment. $62.50 plus 13 utilities.
Nonsmoker please. Available now. Call 967-8843.
DtAR BILL and whoever else cares! If you really
want to get me you could, so shut up! I'm havinga
ball! Are you?? HANK
SWEETE: I'M DEFINITELY SMILIN'andmy
eyes are twinkling, twice as bright - Brightest.
I'm soooo glad you made it! No "bout about it!
HOT DOG: He would still like to be your friend,
but it's your move. You have his number. One
TO THE STEELY BLONDE. Forgive me my
dreams. The roses were for you. The kid without a
line says hello.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY STEVE!! Love, Betsy, Lulu
and the rest of the lunch gang.
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