2 The Daily Tar Heel Monday, November
Compiled by Karen Barber
Public service announcements musl be turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in trie
Union by 1 00 p m it they ire to run the net day Each item will run at least twice
Sara DeWitt will perform Tha Uncommon
Lady from Bloomtbury in An Evening with
Virginia Woolf at 8 p.m. at the Lab Theatre, 06
Graham Memorial. No tickets are required, but
donations will be accepted.
AWS member! from NCSU and UNC-G will
meet at 5 p.m. in the AWS office in Suite D of the
Carolina U nion. The purposes and future of AWS
will be discussed along with the coordination of
activities between campuses.
The UNC I.E. Speech Team will meet at 7
p.m. in 103 Bingham. The Executive Council will
meet at 6 p.m. All interested persons should
There will be a meeting of the Delta Sigma PI
By laws Committee at 7:30 p.m. in T-l Carroll
Professor David D. Qulnn will speak at 4 p.m.
in the faculty lounge of Hamilton Hall on
"Expanding of the Colonial Period to Cover
North America." Quinn is an Andrew Geddes and
John Rankin professor of modern history at the
University of Liverpool and is currently a visiting
professor at St. Mary's College in St. Mary'sCity,
Md. The presentation is sponsored by the
Undergraduate History Association and the
The policy committee of the Association of
Business Students will meet at 3:30 Tuesday in
the faculty lounge of Carroll Hall.
The physical therapy junior class invites all
those who are applying to enter physical therapy
school in fall 1978 to visit its cadavers at 4 p.m.
Tuesday. 611 Berryhill Hall. For more
information. call Kacky at 967-5215 or the PT
The Outing Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in
Room 213 of the Carolina Union.
Second floor Granville Towers East and sixth
floor West are sponsoring a Gong Show in the
Granville Cafeteria at 8 p.m. Tuesday. All
stolen from UNC
power plant office
More than $700 worth of cash and equipment
were stolen from a University Power Plant office
on West Cameron Avenue Thursday night,
University Police reported.
Thomas J. Williams, a plant operator, told
police he left the office for about an hour. When he
returned at 10 p.m., he discovered a mclal cash
box broken into and a hand radio unit missing.
Police investigators found a footprint and
fingerprints in the office. Two suspects were seen
in the area earlier.
The radio was valued at $700, while the missing
cash totaled $20.
Dennis E. Mayock of 17 South Circle Dr.
reported his $140 windshield broken by a fallen
tree limb Friday morning, according to police
reports. The car was parked in a gravel lot near
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donations will go to SHAC (Student Health
The premedicalpredental society. Alpha
Epsllon Delta, will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in
Room 103 Berryhill Hall. Dr. Joel Fine will speak
on "The Interface of Dent istry and Med icine in the
WXYC staff meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Carolina Union.
Parliamo italiano! The Italian Table meets
every Tuesday at 6 p.m. at the Rendezvous
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The UNC Reader's Theatre will present "The
Cricket on the Hearth," a Charles Dickens'
Christmas tale, Wednesday, Nov. 30, and
Thursday, Dec. I, at 8 p.m. in Rooms 202-204 of
the Carolina Union. Admission is free.
The Women's Festival t-shirts will be ready to
sell after Thanksgiving. AH AWS members are
requested to come by the AWS office to sign up for
an hour or more at the booth at the International
Bazaar to be held Dec. 2-4.
A nondenominational Bible talk for all
interested students will be held from 7:30 p.m. to
8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, in the South
Gallery meeting room of the Carolina Union and
in Room 217 of the Carolina Union. The talks are
to awaken a deeper interest in the life and simple
truth of Jesus as they apply to people's lives today.
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
hour exam is in 21 1 Hanes Hall. Forms must be
completed by Nov. 30.
An open meeting of the Dean's Committee on
Undergraduate Advising will be held Nov. 30
from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Room 207-209 of the
Carolina Union. Student opinion of the advising
system is sought.
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Counseling center matches
interest tests with job plans
The University Counseling Service
(UCS) offers a variety of free tests along
with personal and career counseling.
Interest inventory tests and
personality tests are the tests most often
used with counseling, counselor Alice
The interest inventory test "is
designed to help a student see how his
interest patterns compare with the
interest patterns of people in various
occupations," Lawler says. "But it is not
the only factor in helping a student
choose a career, she adds.
Personality tests are used "mainly to
help the counselor and the individual
student take a look at some of the
important personality needs of the
student," Lawler says. While
personality tests are used mainly in
personal counseling, they sometimes are
used to see how those personality needs
are used in a career, she says.
Lawler stresses that the
recommended procedure is to
participate in the counseling service and
in the testing program. "The tests alone
never tell a student what he should do,"
she explains. Last year just under 2,000
students participated in both services of
While 1Q tests are not used often,
UCS does offer them. Luanna Dorsett,
director of testing services at UCS, says.
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"The IQ test is used in the context of
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when the IQ test alone was used. A lot of
researchers feel the fact that the student
got as far as college proves they don't
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A service added this year for students
searching for a career is the Career
Exploration Workshop, held whenever
enough students sign up. To sign up, call
UCS and express an interest in the
workshop. UCS then will set up a time
convenient for the greatest nn-iber of
- MARTHA WAGGONER
Chapel Hill-Carrboro parade
More than 100 business and civic groups
have entered parade units in the Chapel H ill
Carrboro Christmas Parade set fori uesday
night, according to Joe Augustine, executive
director of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro
"Christmas By Candlelight" will be the
theme as parade participants turn on electric
candles in windows along the parade route
from Morehead Planetarium on Franklin
Street in Chapel Hill to Main and Fidelity
streets in Carrboro.
The parade tbegins at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
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would be built behind the existing
facility and would provide 842 more
If approved by the. . trustees,
construction would begin during the
summer of 1978 and would be
completed by mid-1 979. '
"The University would have a debt
requirement of $200,000 a year for 20
years (if a parking deck addition is
built)," Arne said.
Arne said the parking deck addition
would not solve the parking problems of
students. And those problems will
become more severe in the future, Arne
More than 4,500 persons are expected to
either ride on floats are walk in the parade
procession, Augustine said.
Nine professionally made floats are
sponsored by individual merchants. Other
merchants, church groups and individuals
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one or more performances, Tuesday, January 17
through February 5.
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The University's plans to expand the
Carolina Union would make 600-800
fewer spaces available for students Arne
said. Faculty members who now use the
Union lot would be assigned to the lots
and spaces now used by students, he
If the trustees give final approval to
the South Campus parking deck
addition, students would lose parking
spaces despite greater University
expenditures for added parking
facilities, the transportation director
set for Tuesday
also have entered floats.
Debbie Mixon of Chapel Hill, Miss
Teenage America for Durham-Chapel Hill,
will ride in the procession. The event is
sponsored by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro
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