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"We say we're trying to comply with Title IX.
but we won't be if the scholarship cutback holds."
aid Frances Hogan, director of women's athletics
it UNC. "We'll be getting less than the men."
AlAW's 1976-77 handbook insists that
"nothing in these regulations shall be interpreted
to be contrary to any applicable law." A
spokesperson at AlAW's national headquarters
said. We look for overall non-discrimination,
and we follow federal regulation. We lake an
overall, not i specific view."
"It doesn't seem logical to me that it could hold
up in court," said Cobey, who as athletic director
must organize one department under two different
sets of rules.
But for now, Cobey said he will give Al AW the
benefit of the doubt that its interpretation of Title
IX was valid when it added the scholarship
cutback to the list of discrepancies between Al AW
and NCAA scholarship programs.
However, he said he plans to find out how
AIAW would maintain the cutback in court if a
women athlete showed she is being denied equal
opportunity to receive tuition, fees, room and
board based in any way on athletic ability.
"If they (AIAW) won't give me the justification
in writing, I will raise the issue on the floor of the
next convention to get their legal explanation for
the cutback," Cobey said.
Cobey will attend AlAW's National
Convention for the first time in January. Hogan
will attend as the University's voting
The NCAA national convention will be held in
Atlanta immediately after AlAW's convention,
instead of simultaneously as in previous years.
Cobey said the back-to-back conventions will
allow a healthy interchange between the two
organizations to build more trust and compromise
on both sides, something he considers a necessity
for comparable scholarship programs for men and
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The pleasures of the Southland abound. The heritage is rich, the
joys are unique only to the South. One of them is traditionally enjoyed while the good
ol' boys j'oyfully partake of the others. Rebel Yell, made and sold only beneath the
Mason-Dixon line, host bourbon of the South. Rebel Yell is a joy to be savored. Try
it. Have yourself a sun
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Robert E. Lee's ' -s. to natural causes. f , 1 u " .
birthday is January 19. . . . v , Possums attempt -4 So""16"1?1116
Recent lv, Congress . " , ' ' this in the face Si I is coniferous,
made him a citizen ' ' - i I ' ' of on-coming """" "I resinous, ever-
again. Hewasnot ' automobiles to I green and
consulted. ' no avail. everywhere.
For years there've been toasts to the Southern Belle. .
Who nowadays toasts back with her I 1
(You supply a rhyme.) , J
There has been much singing about
waiting on the Robert E. Ixe. It must have
had an on-time-arrival problem.
Oh, the joy of good ol' cornbread. Mix
up 2 cups of stone ground, self-rising corn
meal, 1-12 cups buttermilk, and 14 cup
of vegetable oil. Butter up an iron skillet
or y pan, bake at 450
20 minutes. Slice and
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Public service announcements must be turned
Union by 1 00 p m it they lire to run the next
The North Carotin Shakespeare Festival Olt-Season
Players present Beyond the Fringe al 7 and 9 p m al ihe Ranch
H'tuscon Airport Road Cost isS.llor students vvilhllsamtS4 lor
the Cornerstone Coffeehouse, Chapel Hill's Christian
colleehouse, insites everyone lo a ni(ihl ol lun. Icllouship and
enUT.ainment at H p,m in the St. I homas More Catholic Church,
t-oumain. a contemporary Christian group Irom (ireensboro. will
perloim. Admission is Iree.
I he UNC Water Polo Club will practice Irom 2 to J p.m. today
and Irom I to 2 p.m. Saturday al Bowman Gray Pool. Newcomers
I he Graduate Fellowship Group will meet at U) p.m. at
Baltic House. 20.1 Battle I ane. lor the regular covcrcd-dish supper.
An Avon Christmas party to raise money lor summer missions
will he held at p m. at Battle House
Dasid McRcynolds. long-time pacifisl. acllsisl and writer, will
speak on Radical Nonviolence: A IWIerent Perspective on
Current Social. Political and Economic Issued " at 7 .10 p m. in Ihe
Catholic Newman Center at 2IK Pittshoro St.
A Sftabbat dinner will he held at d .HI p.m. l-riday at the H'ild
House. 210 W. Cameron Ave. All are welcome, bul please siyn up
hy noon r-riday Dinner will he followed by services at K p m. I he
alternative service group will meet in the library.
Alan Slern ot ihe political science department will speak on Ihe
nature of aggression at the last Campus Y Oinnei discussion al
V.K)p m V or details and signup, enmehv Room 102 ol the Campus
All persons interested in working on ihe Student Consumer
Action Union's new edition of (11111' r Chavl Hill Hmlmnis
should attend a meeting al .1p.m. in Suite Bot the Carolina Union.
Lab Theatre presents Brendan Bchan's The Huuaer at 5 p.m.
and H p.m. in Ofi Graham Memorial. Admission is Iree. Come by the
theater belorc each show to sign up on the waiting list. Olher
performances will he at 8 p.m. Salutdav and Sunday.
Person Power needed I he Carolina Court Review needs help
slulling packets with questionnaires, (ireal company, fascinating
conversation from .1 to 10 p m. in Room 205 Carolina Union.
I he Hampton Institute Concert Choir w ill perform at noon in
Great Hall. Admission is Iree.
Meet gay students and professionals in the physical, biological
and mathematical sciences and engineering by attending a meeting
ol the Triangle Area Gay Scientists at 7 p m. in Durham for
more inlormation. call 49.1-2771 or 429-4097.
the Population Bag-Luncheon Series sponsored by the Carolina
Population Center will be al noon at 405 University Square. Fast
Open 10-6 Mon. thru Sat.
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Kudzu was brought South
for cows to eat. But they
didn't like it. The vines
literally grow while you
watch. It may takeover
the eart h.
Ki-nunkt 'Hi I'nu.l hi'iil in k Si r.ufiil li.mt !m
in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
day Each iteni will run at least twice.
lower, lony Whitehead, clinical ussistanl prolcssur ol health
education, will speak on men and family planning in Jamaica.
Student Consumer Action Union will meet with all interested
students at 2 p.m. in Suite B of the Carolina Union to discuss
investigating the student adviser system at UNC.
Durham Academy Parents Council will sponsor a book fair
from 10 a m. lo 5 p.m. in the gym at the Academy Road campus.
Join us at Hillel. 210 W. Cameron Ave., lor Shabbat morning
(shaharil) worship at 9:.K) a.m. and Torah reading (Vayycue).
Talmud study group at 1 1 a.m. and musaf service ill noon, which
will be followed by an Oneu with Kiddush. loud and Shahbal joy.
Luso-Breiillan Open House will he held Irom Ilium, lo 5 p.m.
Saturday in Ihe Dey Hall faculty lounge and .10.1 lies Hall. Drink
tree Brailian coflec. eat Brailian snacks and new Dr. Clark's
Brazilian art collection.
Si. John's Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) will hold
regular worship services at J pm Sunday at the I ICC al ihe
Battery, spark plugs reported stolen
An automobile battery and three spark plugs
were stolen in separate incidents on campus
Wednesday. University Police reported.
Genevieve S. Collins of Bennct told police the
battery was stolen from her car at a South Campus
parking deck Wednesday afternoon.
Pattie B. Mclntyre.assistant librarianat Wilson
l ibrary, reported the plugs were stolen from her
car while she was at work Wednesday night.
The spark plugs were valued at $4, while the
battery was estimated at $.10.
Betty H. I andsbergcr. a lecturer in Ihe School
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corner of Dixie I rail and 1-40. MCC is a Christian fellowship of
holb gav and straight Christians, t or more information call 929
KK4.1 or 7-9626. or write MCC. Box Ml. Chapel Hill.
I he UNC Jugglers Association will meet al ) p.m. Sunday
outside Hem hill Hall.
Anyone wishing to go on a day hike Sunday with Ihe Outing
Club should meet al 10 .10 a m. Sunday in the Carolina Union
paved parkir.g lot. Hiking will he al Duke Lores! Bring lunch.
1 he A DPi Spaghetti Dinner will he at 5. 6 and 7 p.m. Sunday al
411 1 RosemarySt. Tickets are $2 50 and may be bought fromany
ADI'i pledge or al Ihe door.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
A limited number ol I97&-77 YtKktty Yacht will be Hvailable
lor people who did not subscribe lust year. The pruc will be $15.
Sign the wailing list in Suite I) ol ihe Carolina Union.
Womancraft has a bemtiuxkcUono4tokKltoChiridttm
gifts, all hand-crattcd- Watch for lutings of upcoming
demonstrations and our pnng clan ichcdulc. I he ihop t located
across Irom McDonald' on h rank It n Street.
Anyone inlcre(ed in attending the steering committee meeting
ol, the National Siudcnt Coalition AQafc. Ractom in
Washington. DC, Dec. 2 and should call Dough al 967-S425
alter 10:30 p.m.
An exhibition ol Dayak Waiving, iklrU ami caramon ial
blankttt Irom Borneo s on display through Dec. 1 at Ihe Wesley
f-oundaiion at 214 Pittshoro St. Admission is free.
I he Studant Govammant Tutoring $arviea needs volunteer
tutors, opeciallx in math, business and economics courses. Tutors
mi i he mm it schedule Anyone intcreted.callW-520l bet ween 6
p m and H p ni.
of Nursing, told police she discovered her purse
missing from 425 Carrington Hall last week. She
had left the room for about 10 minutes. The purse
and its contents were valued at $30.
Police cited Cassius Holloway for trespassing
on Department of University Housing property
Wednesday, according to reports. Henderson
Residence Director Ron Wilson told police
Holloway had been staying at Connor dorm.
Holloway is not a student and his address was not
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Wlven Omaga Pal Phi fraternity knocks on your door, be sure to
live. Support its annual canned food drive In make Thanksgiving
brighter for a few mure people.
Representatives of the PannsyWanla Collsga of Oplomalry
wilt he on campus from 12:30 to I .W p.m. Tuesday in 311 South
Want lo work for the Daily Tar Had? We ncid someone to
compile Campus Calendar. Contact l.aursSctsmoi ficn Cornelius
al ihe DTH office.
Inleresicd in taking the PACE Exam? It will be offered on
campus at I p.m. .lun. W. 1978. in 100 Hamilton Hull Sign-up for
the lour and one-hall exam in in 2 1 1 Hanes Hall, f orms must he
completed hy Nov. 30.
Need inlormation for a term paper? Interested in hunger'.' If so,
the Y Hunger Action Committee has a resource library on the
second floor of Ihe Y Huilding.
The Association for Women Students u sponsoring a
collechouse in coniunction with i ho Women's Festival sei for Jan.
Win This 10-Piece
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win. No purchase fa necaseary. Drawing will b hald jff f I llselwl
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929-8383 f Chapel Hill
jf Free Parking at the Ranch House
TO THE YOUNG LADY looking for the article
on jogging in the DTH: we found it in the 9-26
issue. You can come by Friday or Monday to
make a copy of it.
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
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.
FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH spring contract
for sale! Call 933-0351. Leave message. Keep
HOUSING CONTRACT for sale. Kenan Dorm,
North Campus. Call Sue Schlitz 933-1414.
FOR SALE: SPENCER CONTRACT for sale to
any non-campus resident or Granville Towers
resident. Call 933-5841 for information. Must sell
ROOM CONTRACT FOR SPRING SEMESTER
for sale in James. Need to sell as soon as possible.
Cal Kim 933-4826.
FOR SALE: FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH
contract for spring semester. Call 933-0443.
Leave name and number.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Looking tor
a part-time job with good income, flexible
hours, and real experience with a career,
opportunity in the business world? CaJI,Jim
Morgan, Northwestern Mutual Life, 94241.
WAITRESSES NEEDED IMMEDIATELY. Apply
in person at Western Sizzlin.' See Charlie
Feltman from 10-5.
RELIEF PARKING LOT ATTENDANT - Town of
Chapel Hill. Parttime. Work on an as-needed
basis. Must be able to count money, give change.
State availability for anyall shifts: 8:30 a.m. 1:30
p.m., 1:30 - 6:30 p.m.,6:30 p.m. -12:30 a.m., Mon.
Sat. $3.16hr. Apply: Munic Bldg., 306 N.
Columbia St. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
Lost and Found
LOST: GOLD MEDIC ALERT TAG, octagonal,
yj", red caduceus on one side, PENICILLIN on
reverse. Call Susan, 967-4072, or turn in to Alpha
FOUND: ONE "Totes" black folding umbrella
wcase on steps of Lenoir. Claim at Union desk.
RESUMES: Prepared by professionals with
corporate recruiting experience. Call collect
323-5013. Alden Associates, Inc.
ITEM FOR SALE. 16 mm movie projector
sound, excellent condition. $175.00. Call 1 782
6572 after 5 p.m.
SCREEN THRILLS magazine. Where film fans
and collectors meet. A magazine crammed full of
stories, features, ads, films, posters, and movie
memorabilia. If you like old stories, youH love
Screen Thrills. Sample copy $2.00. One year
subscript ion (6 issues) $6.00. Screen Thrills, 7305
Longstreet Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609
ihrouah28 1978. Women musicians may audition at 7:J0p.m.
) n l)eep Jonah. Interested persons should contact AWS in
SuMc 1) ol me Carolina Union (W3-2I65I o, Pern Morgan (OJJ.
5245). Non-professionals are nclcome.
I heCarrboro recreation department has open.np for ,
coach., for it, youth basketball P'""'
boys and girls, wnlacl Ihe departmenl of 942-8541 or 942-145.
Chrt.lrna. erafbj by Lynn Bradshaw, 1 he Interaational Bauar
and lit Painted Bird will be .hown in the Carolina .Union
showM" through Dec. 13.
The I97 Ortantiflon Commission is accepting applications
for position, in Suite D of ihe Carolina Union throughout this
wk For more information call 933-2375 or 942-3469.
The Ordar of mt Old Wall is accepting applications for
membership. Application, are available al ihe information dek in
the Carolina Union.
UNICEF cards and gifts are available 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday al Ihe War Resilient League office. Room 108,
Pureloy Road Community Church.
CONDOM SAMPLERS: Learn the difference
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HEY MOOSE - It's a great day for a birthday!
Happy 21st Duck, Amy, Marion.
KAREN M . Do not wait too long to go back and do
not let any others stand in your way of returning.
Same concerned friend.
I'M NO HOT DOG but rather a fickle pickle. I
have 2 years to get it out of my system. How does
one approach another whom one has perhaps
hurt wo causing more hurt?
TO THE C, P., AND H.L.B., in 428: Happy
Birthday a day late from your anatomy prof.
B.H. THEY are all wrong about you, pheasant
or no pheasant. M.
HAPPY EIGHTEENTH BIRTHDAY,
CAROLYN JURSA! Sorry we're late! You're a
woman at last. What cloud are you on now? Love,
Queen Bee and Bird.
GEORGE "RIP" HAWKINS: If loving you is
wrong, I wanna be right. Tahiti hell! I'm not the
only one who hates you. You nerd, nerd. You
dormrat, You nerd...
TO DOOLEY'S ANGELS (AKA Carolina's Lady
Wrestling): Thanks for making the Virginia trip
great. I want to tome on your next mooning and
wrestling trip. B.R.
ROOMMATE WANTED: Female to share 2
bedroom apartment. $62.50 plus 13 utilities.
Nonsmoker please. Available now. Call 967-8843.
FOR SALE: 4 football tickets - Duke-UNC. Call
Dr. Salisbury at 966-3080 or 966-4446.
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