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2 The Dally Tar Heel Tuesday, November
Compiled by Karen Barber
Public service announcements must ba turned in to the box outside the DTH offices in the
r Union by 1O0 p m. It they are to run the next day Each item will run at least twice.
The policy committee of the Association ol
Business Students will meet at 3:30 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. in
611 Berryhill Hall. For more information, call
Kacky at 967-5215 or the PT division.
Second floor Granville Towers East and sixth
floor West are sponsoring a Gong Show in the
Granville Cafeteria at 8 p.m. All donations will go
to SHAC (Student Health Action Committee).
The premedical predental society, Alpha
Epsilon Delta, will meet at 7 p.m. in Room 103
Berryhill Hall. Dr. Joel Fine will speak on "The
Interface of Dentistry and Medicine in the
Parliamo italiano! The Italian Table will meet
at 6 p.m. at the Rendezvous Restaurant.
The UNC Young Democrats will meet at 8
p.m. in Room 215, Carolina Union. State Sen.
McNeil Smith will be the guest speaker.
The last Women's Festival meeting of the
semester will beheld at 6:30 p.m. in Suite D of the
Carolina Union in the AWS office.
The Coflee Klatch will be held from 9 to 1 1
a.m. in the Pine Room. This informal breakfast
between students and professors is sponsored by
the Campus Y.
The Campus Christian Fellowship will hold
its weekly discussion at 4 p.m. in the Carolina
Union. Check desk for room number.
The meeting of the Order of the Golden
Fleece originally scheduled for tonight has been
canceled. The group will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in Suite C of the Carolina Union.
.The Accounting Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in
T-7 New Carroll Hall. Anthony Hooper, Chapel
Hill finance director, will speak on governmental
accounting and disclosure requirements for
municipal bond issues.
Aide to Morgan
seeks area views
in meeting today
Alfred Pollard, legislative aide to
Sen. Robert Morgan, will hold a
conference to gauge public opinion on
a wide range of issues from 10 a.m. to
noon Wednesday on the conference
room of the Chapel Hill Newspaper
offices on Franklin Street.
Pollard is touring the state for Sen.
Morgan, and says he wants to hear
from students and faculty on issues
which face the Congress. Pollard also
will answer questions from the public.
The Towne Shop
106 Henderson Street 929-2992 Chapel Hill, N.C.
Selected group of:
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Connor Causey will present a quilting
demonstration from 10 a.m. to noon at
Womancraft, located across from McDonald's on
The Outing Club will meet at ,7 p.m. in Room
213, Carolina Union. Members with slides of the
fall trips should bring them, as these will be
featured during the meeting.
BARBRI North Carolina Bar Review
Course introductory lectures (sales lectures) will
be held at 7 p.m. at the Chapel Hill Country Club.
Secured transaction lectures will be held at 7 p.m.
Wednesday at the same place.
A 10-minute tape of the UNC Women's 1976
77 basketball team will be shown at 2 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday in the Music Gallery of
the Carolina Union.
A meeting of all persons who intend to row
next semester will be held at 8 p.m. in Room 21 3,
The WXYC stall meeting originally scheduled
for today has been rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Dec.
The seventh annual Christmas Concert will be
held at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Gerrard Hall. The
concert will feature Vivaldi's "Gloria," selections
from Handel's"Messiah"and French and Spanish
UNC Common Cause will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Room 213, Carolina Union.
Projects for spring will be discussed and the
executive director of Common Cause for North
Carolina will be the guest speaker.
The Lutheran Campus Ministry will speak at
5: 1 5 p.m. Wednesday at Holy Trinity Lutheran
The International Folk Dancers will meet at 7
p.m. Wednesday at the Presbyterian Student
Center. All students are invited.
The Carolina Union Activities Board presents
bike also missing
A $72 parking permit was stolen from
a locked car in the Morehead
Planetarium parking lot Monday,
University Police reported. John L.
Durden. a University employee, told
police his car was broken into and his
permit stolen, but there was no other
John Emory of 1 340-3 King's Arms
Apartments reported his bicycle missing
from in front of Wilson Library last
week. The $200 bike was not locked.
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the H-Bombs (a rock band) in concert at 9 p.m.
Wednesday in Great Hall. BYO wine and beer. ID
The UNC Readers' Theatre will present The
Cricket on the Hearth, a Charles Dickens
Christmas tale, at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Rooms
202-204, Carolina Union. Admission is free.
An open meeting of the Dean's Committee on
Undergraduate Advising will be held at 3:30
p.m. Wednesday in Rooms 207-209, Carolina
Union. Student opinion of the advising system is
The N.C. Coastal Club will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Room 205, Carolina Union.
The Graduate and Professional Student
Federation Senate will meet at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday in Room 215, Carolina Union.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Women's Festival T-shirts are ready to be
sold. All 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 to 4.
A nondenominatlonal 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, Carolina Union and in
Room 2 1 7 of the Carolina U nion. The talks are to
Director of WUNC resigns;
supervised radio's rebuilding
Donald M. Trapp has resigned as
director of WUNC radio to begin
working for a family-owned radio
station and newspaper in western North
A UNC graduate with B.A.and M.A.
degrees in communication, Trapp was
radio projects manager for the
Corporation for Public Broadcasting in
Washington, D.C., before returning to
Chapel Hill in 1974.
Trapp assembled a staff and
supervised the reconstruction of
broadcasting facilities for WUNC,
which went off the air in 1970 after a
storm damaged equipment.
Gary Shivers, assistant director of the
station, was the first to be hired by
Trapp. Most of the original staff still
"He was tremendously influential in
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end Holiday Wishes
in the Special
Our last regular Tar Heel is Tuesday,
December 6. But the Weekender will be dis
tributed Friday, December 9. It will contain
good reading, holiday merchandise from our
local advertisers and a special Christmas
All ads In this Weekender classified -just
$1.00. Just fill out a classified
envelope with your message and $1 .00
in cash or check and put it in the long
box outside The Daily Tar Heel office
on the first floor of the Carolina Union.
Or use the campus mail. Just make sure
you mail early, so your classified
reaches us by noon, Monday,
HAPPY HOLIDAYS! FROM THE ENTIRE DTH STAFF!
awaken a deeper interest in the life and simple
truth of Jesus as they apply to persons' 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 211 Hanes Hall, Forms must be
completed by Nov. 30.
Qualified instructors are needed for the
Carolina Union Special Interest Classes for
spring semester in the areas of beginning guitar,
exercise, life drawing, watercolor painting, arts
and crafts and much more. Interested persons
should call 933-5309 between II a.m. and 1:30
p.m. Mondays, between 2 and 3 p.m. Tuesdays
and between noon and 1:30 p.m. Wednesdays.
Students can now sign up for their English 1 or
2 papers from fall semester 1976 in Room 204
Greenlaw. Papers will be destroyed after final
Christmas trees will be sold beginning this
Saturday by graduate students of Duke
University's School of Forestry and
Environmental Studies. The sale will take place in
the parking lot immediately behind the Biological
Sciences Building on Science Drive, Duke Wesf
Campus. The trees and trimmings will be on sale
from 3 to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
drawing a lot of talented people to the
staff," Shivers said. "He not only gave us
jobs, but provided the inspiration,
guidance and freedom to make the
station what it was."
Shivers will be acting director until a
permanent appointment is made.
In a UNC News Bureau release,
Trapp said, "Helping bring WUNC to
life was a great opportunity and a great
experience, and 1 want to thank the
University for letting me be a part of it
"Most public radio stations are
licensed to universities, and I've seen
and heard lots of them, but never have 1
seen such strong and enthusiastic
support as WUNC has received from the
University at Chapel Hill. And I never
have seen such acceptance from the
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Wallace appoints committee
to study town noise ordinance
Chapel Hill Mayor Jim Wallace has
announced the appointment of a
committee to study possible
amendments to the town noise
The committee is composed of
representatives from the University
community, including both faculty and
students. The group will consider the
use of sound-level meters to enforce
Wallace said he would appoint the
committee after several student leaders
appeared at a town board meeting and
expressed a desire to discuss proposed
changes in the ordinance.
Alderman Marvin Silver, a UNC
physics professor, was appointed as
chairperson of the committee. Silver
said Monday he will introduce technical
information and examples of other
town's ordinances to the committee.
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SKI CLUB MEETING, Monday, December 5,
7:30 p.m. Union Room 202; Speaker; BIG
Christmas party afterwards. 4 spaces left for
Colorado. $10.00 deposit. Bill Verch, 933-2567.
FOR SALE. Granville Towers contract (female)
with private pool, cafeteria, floor lounges with
' color T.V., social activities. Call before Christmas "
.".'vacation. Patti, 933-1705.'
NEW YEAR, New Apartment! Sublease
beginning Jan. 6: One bedroom apartment on bus
route. $140mo. Call 942-3324 after 6 p.m.
EHRINGHAUS CONTRACT for sale for spring
semester! Must sell immediately. Call 933 3521 or
933-3682 and keep trying.
FOR SALE at discount: female Granville South
contract for spring semester. Call 933-0442 or
933-0433. Leave name and number , Keep trying!
FEMALE GRANVILLE EAST SPRING
CONTRACT for sale. Must sell immediately! Call
933-1876. Leave message.
CONTRACT FOR SALE in James. Must sell
immediately! Call Kim 933-4923.
CONTRACT FOR SALE for spring semester.
101 Grimes. Great location. Call Jeff -933-3841.
FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH spring contract
for sale! Call 933-0351. Leave message. Keep
REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE: 3.0 cubic feet,
perfect for a dorm room. Call 933-7818. ;
UNUSUAL AND ORIGINAL JEWELRY, stone
setting, custom and repair work,- at
LYSANDER'S. 105 North Columbia upstairs
Tues. Fri. 10:30 5:30. 929-6852.
ITEM FOR SALE: 16 mm movie projector
sound, excellent condition. $175.00. Call 1-782-6572
after 5 p.m.
PARTTIME 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 t
Start $3.84hr. Apply: Munic Bldg, 306 N.
Columbia St. Equal Opportunity Employer.
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? Call, Jim'
Morgan, Northwestern Mutual Life, 942 4l$7.
Lost and Found
LOST In gym area. Gold chainlink bracelet
engraved on either side with "CSF" and "Lisa."
Has m,uch sentimental value. Please call 933 1995
or Tai Heel office.
CONTACT LENS WEARERS. ve on brand
name hard and soft lens supplies. Send for free
illustrated catalog. Contact Lens Supplies, Box
7453, Phoenix, Arizona 85011.
"H-BOMBS ARE PUNK ROCK." - Gil T. "H
Bombs are not punk rock." H Bombs. Who to
believe? See for yourself. Tomorrow nijht H
Bombs - Great Hal! 9 p.m. 50C
The noise ordinance has drawn
criticism from many students because of
its subjective approach. Police issue
warnings to party-goers after one
complaint, and usually shut down a
party after two complaints.
Other members of the committee are:
Ross MacDonald, a UNC physics
professor; Bill Moss, student body
president; Bain Jones, president of the
Residence Hall Association; Frederick
Behrends, a UNC history professor;
Robert Peters, director of the Speech
and Hearing Scientific Institute; and
Grady Thomas, director of the Hearing
and Speech Center.
Milton Heath, associate director of
the Institute of Government, and
William Campbell, assistant director of
the Institute of Government, will serve
as advisers to the group.
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RESPONSIBLE FEMALE ROOMMATE needed
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