2 The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, November
Compiled by Karen Barber
Public service announcements must be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 100 p m rf they are to run the nest day Each item will run it least twice
DeaaSlgms N will mm ai 7 .Wo rn inT-JNrv, C'arrollHali
The Rdrrenct Servicti staff of the Health Science I ihrarv will
oiler a dan on "Statistical Sources In the Health Sctsncss"
from 9 a.m. lo 1 1 e m in the history room ol the Health Sciences
I ibrarv To reenter, call Reference Sertices at 9r-21 II
The M Id-Campus Chapter ol the Intar-Verslry ChrtsHan
Fellowship is having a 1 hankspving covered dish supper at 5:.V
p m. in the lellowship hall of St. 1 hnmas MnrcC alholicC hurcti
I he rteen Table mil meet at ft p at the Rendcrvous
1 he Science Fiction and Fantasy Club will meet lor dinner at
6 p.rn. in Room 308 of the Alumiu Building
T he Graduate and Professional Eiecutrvt Board ill meeial
6 pm- m the Frank Porter Graham I oungcoltheCarolinallnion.
The Pennsylvania CoSeoe ot Optometry fuve
representatives availahle totals with students Irom l2..Mp.rfl to
I 30 pm. ill .111 South Building (the Premcd-Predrnl Adtnmg
The BSU Council m ill meet at 4 45 p m at Battle Hmm.
T he Carolina Association tor Disabled Students (CADS)
will meet at 7 p n in Suite C ol the Carolina Union.
The Association of Business Students will meet at 1 X) p m.
in the third floor faculty lounge nl Carroll Hall All interested
persons are invited.
MBA school top
The UNC Master of Business
Administration program has been rated No.
I in the Southeast and fourth most improved
in the nation, according to a survey of
business school deans conducted by MBA
UNC tied with the University of
Washington for the 15th highest rating of
academic quality in the country. The survey
take fourth place
at Va. tourney
The UNC Individual F vents Speech Team
placed fourth in a field of 25 schools in the Great
I astern Individual Events Tournament held in
Fairfax. Va.. Nov. 18 and 19.
The team had five indiv idual winners during the
Sophomore Ro Fuse won first place in poetry
interpretation while classmate David Hopkins
took fourth place in extemporaneous speaking.
Junior Tom Preston won fifth place in
extemporaneous speaking, and the team of Roz
Fuse and senior Ralph Thompson won third place
in dual interpretation of drama.
The team's next tournament will be Jan. 27 to 28
at Pensacola Junior College in Florida.
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05 W. "ROSEMARY" "ST.
A u 'bole new accent
The sound of Wet Willie in England!
For "Manorisms" Wet Willie brought their Georgia rock & roll
sensibilities to rural tngland.
Recorded in a lbth Century English manor
bouse turned studio, Wet Willie's new album was
elevated to new heights by the elegant quiet
and beauty of the English countryside.
It 's a whole new musical accent
Wet Willie, "Manorisms." Including the single
"Street Corner Serenade.'' On Epic Records.
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I he Oubrvg Club will mm at 7 p m. in Room 202 Carolina
I'nion Slides ol lall trips will he shown.
I hr Carolina Union Performing Arts Committee w ill meet at
7 p.m in Rrnmi 204 ol the ( arolina t!mon Plans lor the spring
semester will he discussed.
Spi Phi w ill tuvcaTharsksgWng mixer at K p.m. Wednesday a
the basement til Icaeur linem. All Greeks are muted.
I hr International Folk Dancers will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday
at the Presbyterian Student Center. All students are intucd.
I he Wednesday Bible Study Group ol St. John's MCC will
meet at p.m. Wednesday in Raleigh. I-or inlormalsin or
transportation, call WRH4I or 9i7-vtJ6.
A c.illoyuium on Simple Computer Models of Consequence
to Conservation will he presented h A. M. Starliekt. professor of
applied mathematies at the University of the Witwalersrand at 4
p m Mundiv. Nov 21. in Room KM Peahodv Hall
ProfessiH lavid I). Quinn will lecture on "Expanding of the
"Colonial Period' to Cover North America'' at 4 p m Monday.
Nov. 21. in fhe lacultv lounge td Hamilton Hall.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Anvone interested in waning tables nr entertaining at the
Appalachian Handicrafts CoHee House lire 2-4). please sign
up at the Campus Y immediately.
ol 85 nailing school deans ranked
Stanford's MBA program first in the nation.
"Survey rankings give business schools a
visibility that attracts students, new faculty
and financial support." said Harvey Wagner,
dean of the UNC business school.
"These surveys measure the way our
school is perceived by deans around the
country," he said. "They do not, of course,
measure inherent excellence."
Continued from page 1.
country on (he UNC cam put since September are any
indication of prospects for business school graduates, the
student with a good record and a B.S. in business
administration, is in high demand. Companies such at
Montgomery Ward. Sears. J C. Penney and R. J.
Reynolds sent recruiters to II NC and specified job
openings for business majors.
The BI S says th.it 27 percent ot college graduates
between now and I985 "w ill nol gel the sort of jobs lhal
college graduates usually get. Instead. Ihey will end up
being clerks, salespeople, truck drivers their hopes
dashed and their earning power diminished." Monry'i
What Mtmev calk "gloomy predictions about college
graduates" in general appear leu gloomy tor graduates of
the UNC system in light of a survey prepared by the
General Admissions office.
The results of a survey of 9.000 1974 graduates with
bachelor's degrees chosen at random from the 16
campuses of the UNC system show that four out of every
five graduates, almosl 10 percent more than the national
average predicted by BI S. were cither employed in their
major field of study or never planned to work in that area.
The survey, completed in November 1976. says that
only 17 5 percent of the graduates surveyed were not
working in the area of their college studies because they '
could nol find a job in that area.
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A WQt-Hour Wortthop witt lv cnnductcd f-rtdi . Kx. 2.
(nun I to 5 pm hi Kmmi lK-v Mall. b I autu I ns ol I he
t niwrniy I'crwinncl (Kparimt-nt. She will rcxa-u toscrajtc and
eippliciilion id the Wa.jn.-Hi.in Pnhcv iKPACi M) rcquirvmcnK.
1 all Iramiii and lciliipiiiiiit. VU-2 W5tot turlhci iiitufmatum.
I tmrtoJ pmx Mill eUiiitabk-.
I In- North CsVoHna Flood ReHet protect still k Imikm Uu
iitlunicmloptilo YafkX'V ("iun)yiner(hc ( hankim hiliiJav,
Irnm . 2 I" 25 nr Sm 25 1 27. I d stn up. call ihv Wcklc
l iMindalKin al W20I52. Switchhrard ai M2V-7I77 or p hv lltv
Womancraft a aall ciwp ol UKal MtHncn. Shop lor a
dhlinclnf pill tn our Mem Christmas shop Watch listings lor
upcoming dcmofihtralionsand spring cUisHhcduk- Wcarc mitom
tram Mclonald on hranklin Si reel
CampUk groups arc imiicd lo C htivtmas tar til at Memorial
Hotpttal thtsholrdav kcavtm I oMgn up call Volunteer Scmccsal
A kmNrd numher ot l)7(V77 Yackety Yaclta lx- aailahk
lor pcruim ho did mt subscribe last year. I he price wilt he $15.
Sign the waiting list in Suite l ol the I arolina t nmn
Anyone imcmlrd tn attending the steering committee meeting
id the Natmrul Student CoaJtlion Agamal Ractam in
Washington. IX . Ore. 2 and should call lhugh at 7-542)
alia I0:W pm.
An c On ho ion nt Dayafc Waavinga, aktrta and ceremonial
Mankaia from Borneo ts on display through I Hrc 2 at the Wesley
loundalHn at 214 I'nisboro St. Admission is tree.
I he Sluoanl Government Tutoring Service needs loluniccr
timtrv especially in maih. business and economic courses I mors
wtiheif ownuhedtilcs Anyone ml crested, call 9U-520 1 bclweenh
and H p.m.
W hen Omega Pal Phi Iralcrnit knocks on our door . be sure to
give. Support its annual canned lood dmc to make I hanksgmng
brighter lor a lew more persons.
Interested in taking the PACE Exam? It will be ollcrcd on
campus al I p.m. Jan M). I97N. in 1 1X1 Hamilton Hall. Sign-up lor
the lour and one-hall hour exam is in 21 1 Manes Hall tormsmust
he completed by No. Mt.
Need information lor a term paper' Interested in hunger"' II su.
the Y Hunger Action Committee has a resource library on ihe
tccond PaHir of the Y Building
I hr Asmciaiion lor W omen Students is sponsoring a
cl Icehouse inconiunciion with the Women 'a Festival ci loi Jan.
22 through 2X. I97K WiHnen musicians ma audition at 7 Mip ni
I let". I in Deep Jonah Interested persons shotted contael sSm
Suite D ol the ( andiru I nmn UW2tfi5 or IVni Mmgaii Mf
5245. Son -profess hnaK arc welctime
I heCarrhiKo r cereal mn ik-nartment has openings Uu volunteer
coacheator ilsouih haslet ball program II interested in coaching
hoy and gut, contact the depaninent of V42-K54I t W2-H5Sh
ChrtftHiaaCffatta hy I nn Btadshaw. I he Internatioial Haaai
and the Painted Bird will he shown in the Carolina I nion
showcases through Dec. W
I he 1971 Ortentatton Cormnhtiion is accepting applications
list positions in Suite D of the Carolina I nmn thioughmit this
week for more intormaiMn eall 9V1-2175 or 942-WrW
the Order of aSe Old Well is accepiing applicaiions Im
membership. Applicaiions are available al the intormatton desk in
the Carolina I'mon.
UNICEFcardaandgMtaareaailahk-Va m io4pm Monda
through Friday al the War Kcsisiers league oil ice. Koom Mm.
lurelo Road CommuniU Church.
Persons interested in applying tor the poMtton ol atation
manager of WXYC should submit a resume and statement totru
nominating comma tec ol Student 1 ducal tonal Htoadcasitng. Inc
no later than Dee I Put ri tnlheSI B bo at the! arolina I nmn
Telephone books here
The new Chapel Hill-Currboro telephone
directories should be aailablc to area residents
today or Wednesday, a Southern Bell official said
"I would hope some ol the students will he
getting their directories (today)." said George
Mullen. Chapel Hill office manager. Mullen said
several dormitories will get some ol the first
He said most students should get their
directories no later than Wednesday.
Value and Quality
In response to the recent activity concerning the costs of eyeglasses, University
Opticians would like to provide the following advice for purchasing eyewear
You are free U) buy eyeglasses anywhere yi hi i hoose - swuaretvotboursdtobuf frornyowdoctor.Yournayask
lor a copy ol your prescription to shop and compare m different optical stores.
Feel free lo mquire about price most opticians will be happy to answer any and attiajestaKtSyoumayhaw.
s You should also ask about quality, guarantees and service after the sale. You should get more than lust a parr ol
glasses lor your money
Patronize businesses that are active niemlvrs of trade groups and professional associations. Asa member of the
Guild of Preset iptsm Opticians and the Noith Carolina Association ol Opticians, we are pledged to prowle the
best possible service m a professional manner.
Be concerned with quality and feel free to compare prices. Youilfind both quality and
value at University Opticians.
We're the eyewear specialists.
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Police prepare for holiday thieves
By DAVID STACKS
' Fvcn though holiday thefts have decreased in
recent years. University Police are gearing up in
anticipation of a rash of thefts and break-ins of
dorms, offices and frats over the Thanksgiving
and Christmas vacations. .
"Some folks are doing their Christmas shopping
in other-than-legitimate means." said Ted Marvin,
director of the Department of Security Services.
Holiday larccnists specialize in the procurement
of stereos. TVs. radios. CBs and small appliances
during late November and December, according
to police records of seasonal crime trends. Most
thieves hit just before students leave and just after
they return. Many thefts occur while a student is
packing and has left his car or dorm room
Another opportune time for thieves is when a
student packs his car the night before he plans lo
leave town. The next morning he goes out to his
car to discover he has been ripped off.
Thefts from fraternities and sororities have been
significant in recent years. "When the brothers go
home and leave their alpaca sweaters in their
rooms, thieves have a golden opportunity." t.t.
I)ae Williams said.
Gingko tree goofs;
drawing to be held
Today has been designated Gingko Day by the
Ruling of the Gingko. although the leaves of the
tree have not fallen all at once as the group had
"The tree is really messed up." said David
Wcynand. a member of the Ruling of the Gingko.
" The warm fall caused a lot of problems. Then it
turned cold and the leaves fell gradually instead of
all at once like they're supposed to."
The (iingko Day will be celebrated with a party
in front of Old West. Professor Willie Koch will
speak about the tree's history, and a concert by the
North Tower Quartet will follow..
The committee has determined that ail the
leaves fell today even though they haven't. lTic
contest, which entails guessing which day the
leaves will fall, will be decided by drawing from all
entries. The prie will be two tickets to the
IMaymakers Repertory Company production.
I'lay ii Again. Sam.
"We're really embarrassed about the mess-up."
Weynand said. "The past two years have been
beautiful falls. I've seen them myself."
Those attending the party and drawing should
bring their own refreshments.
Downtown Chapel Hill
Fri.; 10-2 Sat.
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Patrol Officer Fred (iiles. crime prevention
specialist with University Police, says another big
problem is that many persons who are victimized
do not report the incident to police.
"Wc know we have a problem, but we're not
sure how big it is." (iiles said. "People just don't
report thefts, or they wait a couple of months
before they tell us."
A 1976 survey showed 25 percent of all crimes
"The reports we've been getting are only the tip
of the iceberg." Giles said."! he number of reports
is up. but it's still pretty low when you consider 75
percent of the crime on this campus goes'
Only a fraction of the reported thefts are solved
and the property recovered. Maj. E. B. Riggsbee
In his report. Smyth also commented on
some of the suggestions faculty members and
students presented to EPC: "It was suggested
that the Honor Code be printed on the blue
books. Another use for that space would be
to print a set of ads or testimonials to the
honor system by prominent figures in the
world of sports.
"A third alternative is to use it for a
permanent roll of honor: . the Faculty
Council might be asked to designate on
the recommendation of the Student Honor
Court the man or woman who has best
exemplified the spirit of the honor system in
the proceedings of the court for the given
In his minority report, Smyth states that
an ad hoc committee of the Faculty Council
It's Vacation Time!
Chase Cafeteria and the
Union Snack Bar will close
tomorrow at 1 p.m. and will
reopen Monday with regular
The Pine Room will close
tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. and
reopen Sunday at 8:30 p.m.
CONTRACT FOR SALE in James. Must sell
immediately! Call Kim 933 4923.
GREAT NORTH CAMPUS co ed dorm! Two
female room contracts for sale in Winston dorm
for spring semester. Please call Mary or Nancy
FEMALE GRANVILLE EAST spring contract for
sale. Must sell immediately! Call 933-1876. Leave
MORRISON CONTRACT for sale! Coed
suite-by suite! Women's suite. 7th floor. Call
933-4096 or 933-7388! Anytime day or night!
Must sell immediately.
FOR SALE AT DISCOUNT: female Granville
South contract for spring semester. Call 933-0442
or 933-0433. Leave name and number.
JAMES CONTRACT for sale immediately or for
spring semester. Please call 933-4964 and keep
FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH spring contract
for sale! Call 933-0351. Leave message. Keep
FEMALE WINSTON DORM CONTRACT for
sale. Call Teresa, 9334257.' Keep trying!
UNUSUAL AND ORIGINAL JEWELRY, stone
setting, custom and repair work, at
LYSANDER'S. 105 North Columbia upstairs.
Tues. Fri. 10:30 - 5:30. 9294852.
ITEM FOR SALE: 16 mm movie projector
sound, excellent condition. $175.00. Call 1-782-6572
after 5 p.m.
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? CaJIJim
Morgan, Northwestern MutualLife,94217.
SIGN UP NOW as an usher for Playmakers'
"Hamlet." Ushers see show free. Sign-up board
and details in Graham Memorial Room 206. Work
one or more performances, Tuesday, January 17
through February 5.
PARTTLME BUS DRIVERS - Town of Chapel
Hill. Begin work after Christmas. Hrswk vary
depending on your availability. Requires HS
diploma and min 6 mo exp driving bus or truck; or
any equiv. Must be able to obtain NC Chauf Lie.
Start $3.84hr. Apply: Munic Bldg, 306 N.
Columbia St. Equal Opportunity Employer.
WANTED CHAUFFEUR to drive to Wilmington
Sunday November 27th. Return Monday the 28th
by noon. Contact Sarah Brandes 942 5825 or 966
5454. Transportation furnished.
RESUMES: Prepared by professionals with
corporate recruiting experience. Call collect
3215013. Alden Associates, Inc.
PERSONALIZED DATING. Try the Triangle's
sophisticated answer to the singles' bar. We
provide five matches based on your exact
specifications. Satisfaction and confidentiality
guaranteed. Write for FREE information today
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SCREEN THRILLS magazine. Where film fans
and collectors meet. A magazine crammed full of
stories, features, ads, films, posters, and movie
memorabilia. U you like old movies, youll love
Screen Thrills. Sample copy $2.00 One ycir
subscription (6 issues) $6.00. Screen Thnlis, 7305
Longstreet Dttce, Ralegh, NC 27609
-u,Ve ltickv to solve 25 percent of the thefts we
find out about," Riggsbee said.
"Some people say there's no reason to report
things if they don't know who did it," Lt. Charlie
Mauer said. "But it is still important because we
might be able to determine a pattern and prevent
the next theft before it happens."
Police offer several suggestions to prevent
holiday thefts from occurring in residential areas:
Don't load your car the night before you
Bring your bicycle inside your room before
you leave; don't leave it outside to tempt thieves.
Don't pile your belongings on the curb
outside your dorm or frat while packing the car.
Keep an eye out for your neighbors' property.
If you see anything suspicious, call University
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should be established to develop a system
that will prevent cheating and "will be
consistent with the present character of the
student body and the faculty."
The committee would be composed of a
faculty member, a representative of the
administration named in consultation with
the chancellor and a student representative
named in consultation with the student body
EPC's majority report recommends
elimination of the "rat clause" from the
Instrument of Student Judicial Governance
as a legal obligation but recommends that
reporting the violations of others be stressed
as a moral obligation.
The majority report also recommends
rejection of faculty proctoring as stipulated
in the proposals of COSC.
Chancellor N. Ferebee Taylor said he had
not seen the EPC recommendations.
5. C dlempQeiVelrv
Chapel Hill. North Carolina
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY T.E.R. As usual you're
keeping up the good work. For a reward, why
don't we go all the way to Chicago? The train is
ready. Lots of love, Marathon Lady.
DEAR PERLA: Happy Birthday Sweetie.
With so much love. Huff, Jo and Queen Bee!
TO THE SISTERS of Kappa Kappa
Gamma: from toilet paper to newspaper,
from roses to reveille, from songs to skits,
from Bid Day till now, we've come a long
way. Thanks, your pledges.
MARGOT: Meet today (Tuesday) 2:00 at Union
info desk. If you can't meet, leave message on how
to reach you taped on Union counter addressed
to "ears only."
RICKY, HEY COOL, whatever you do, Donna,
don't hassle me! Go for it. Hey , "My Lady." Those
who fall along the wayside get left behind! If you
play you gotta pay! I rest my case! "Swim deep "
WANTED: Longtoes, last seen flexing her
toes on North Campus. If captured please
deposit in nearest ECOS box. Approach
with caution, her toes are lethal.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Laura Peeler, from K.C. and
the Sunshine Gang: Jl and J2!
ROOMMATE NEEDED - Share 3 b&lroom apt.
at Laurel Ridge lor spring semester. Bus route, 2
baths, 87mo. plus 13 utilities. Nonsmokers call
after 6 - 929 3728.
ONE TICKET NEEDED for Czech National
basketbaS game. Also 5 tickets needed for
Oregon State game in Charlotte this weekend.
Call Joe, at 942-5273.
WANTED: TWO TICKETS to the UNC
Cincinnati basketball game on Dec. 17 in
Greensboro. Call Susan at 933-4889.
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