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    2 The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, November 30, 1977
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ACTIVITIES TODAY
Special introductory lectures on the Transcendental
MedttilkNI program will be given at 2 p m. in the South Gallery,
Carolina Union and at t p m in 3I7 Greenlaw Hall.
The N.C. Shakespeare Festival Off-Season Players present
"Beyond the Fringe" through Friday at 7 and 9 p.m. at the Ranch
House on Airport Road. Admission is S3 for studenti and $4 for
adults.
The Science Fiction and Fantasy Club will meet at 7 p m in
Room 308. Alumni Building.
The Carolina OoM meeting scheduled for thu evening has been
cancelled. The meeting has been rescheduled for 2pm Saturday in
the Kenan lobby.
Education Santera and graduate students seeking
employment who want to use the services of the Carter Planning
and Placement office are invited loan orientation meeting at 2: 30
p.m. in RoomOSPcabody Hall Please sign up in 21 1 Hants Hall if
you plan to attend.
The leat French dinner ol the semester will he at 5 30 pin at
Krissa Restaurant on West Rosemary Street behind PTA.
BAABRI North Carolina Bar Review Course introductory
lectures (secured transactions lectures) wilt he held at 7 p.m. at the
Chapel Hill Country Club.
The Orange County Caucus of the North Carolina Black
Women's Political Caucus will meet at 7:30 p m. at A Woman's
Place, 1 10 Henderson St.
The seventh annual Christmas Concert will he held at 8 p m in
Oerrard Hall The concert will feature Vivaldi's "Gloria." selections
from Handel's "Messiah" and French and Spanish Christmas
carols.
UNC Common Causa will meet at 7:30 p.m. in Room 213
Carolina Union. Projects for spring will be discussed and the
e secutive director of Common Cause for North Carolina will be the
guest speaker.
The Lutheran Campus Ministry will speak at 5 15pm at Holy
Trinity Lutheran Church.
The International Folk Dancers will meet at 7 p.m. at the
Presbyterian Sludent Center. All students are invited.
The H-Bomba a rock band) will be in concert at 9 p m. inGreal
Hall BVO wine and heer. ID required.
The UNC Readers' Theatre will present The Cricket on the
Hearth , a Chai kes Dickens Christmas tale, ai 8 p m 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 in Rooms 207
209, Carolina Union Student opinion of the advising system is
sought. t
The N.C. Coaslsl Club will meet st 7:30 p.m. in Room 205
Carolina Union.
Fall exam
Quizzes are riot to be given on or
All
All
9.00 A.M. Classes on MWF
100 P.M. Classes on TTh,
Phil 21
All 8:00 A.M. Classes on MWF,
All 5:00 P.M. Classes on MWF,
Comp 14. 2I4X, 16.& 216X
Chem 4IL& 42L, Econ 61.
and Busi 157 & 186
All Fren, Germ, Span, & Port 1,2.
3, & 4, Russ I & 2,
Educ4l,andBusi 71& 170
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Bus... 73 and Math 3
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All U.00 A.M. Classes on TTh
AU 3:30 P.M. Classes on TTh.
, fcnd all classes not otherwise
provided for in this schedule
All 12:00 noon Classes on MWF,
All 2:00 P.M. Classes on MWF
Chem 170L & I71L
All 3:00 P.M. Classes on MWF
All 5:00 P.M. Classes on TTh '
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The Graduate and Professional Student Federation Senate
will meet at 6:30 p m in Room 215 Carolina Union.
A nondenomlnatlonal Bible talk lor all interested students will
be held from 7:30 to 8:30 p. m in the South Gallery meeting room,
Carolina Union and in Room 217 of the Carolina U nion. The talks
are to awaken a deeper interest in the life and simple truth of Jesus
as they apply to persons' lives today.
UPCOMING EVENTS
The Assoc fit Ion of tnltmatlonal Student and tht
toWmatlonal Studtnt Ctnttr will hold a cot tee hour from 3 lo 5
p.m. Thursday at the center, wiltcti is located in the basement of
By num Hall
Dr. F. Rohrlleh of the physics department at Syracuse
University will'urveY terninar on "Covenant Quantiruimn of a
Quark-Binding String" at I .10 p.m. Thursday in 277 Phillips Hall.
Sn. Jmm Htlmi and former U.S. Treasury Secretary
WIHIam Simon will peak at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Scott Pavilion
at the itate fairgrounds in Raleigh. Dinner will be served and tickets
are SI. Call 93.V243I or 781-5220 for more information.
The South Campus Committee ol the Carolina Union will
meel at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Morrison Conference Room.
The UNC Scuba Club will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday in Room
304 Woollen Gym. Slides will be shown and a spring trip to Florida
will be discussed.
The Christian Science Organization will meet at 6 p.m.
Thursday in the Carohna Union. The subject of the meeting b
"Success: The Only Possible Outcome." All are welcome.
The last Di-Phl Socle ties meeting will be at 8 p m. Thursday in
Room 300. New West.
The North Campus Chapter of Intarvarslty Christian
Fellowship will hold its final meeting of the semester at 7 p.m.
Thursday in the Chapel of the Cross t piscopal Church
The Alchemist, UNC's interdisciplinary science magaine. will
meel at 8 p.m. Thursday in Room 206 Carolina Union.
The Carolina Indian Circle will hold its last regular meeting at
7.30 p.m. Thursday upstairs in the Y-Building.
The German Film Series will be showing "Dr. Bohrer." a
program from the German TV senes The Criminal Muteum, at
7:30 p.m. Thursday in 303 Dey Hall. Admission is free.
ECKANKAR, trie path of total awareness, presents a free public
talk. "Karma and Reincarnation," at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Room
205 Carolina Union.
The Duke University Depart mem of Music presents Professor
Helmut Hucke (University of Frankfurt) with a lecture. "Towards
a New Historical View of Gregorian Chant, at 4: 15 p.m. Thursday
at the rehearsal hall of the Mary Duke Bid die Musk Building.
Admission is free.
schedule
after Wednesday, Nov. 30. 1977
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Fri. Dec.
Fri. Dec.
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Sat. Dec.
Sat. Dec,
10 8:30 A.M.
10 2:00 P.M.
Mon. Dec. 12 8:30 A.M.
Mon. Dec. 12 2:00 P.M.
Tues. Dec. 13 8:30 A.M.
Tues. Dec. 13 2:00 P.M.
Wed. Dec. 14 8:30 A.M. ' r7
Wed. Dec. 14 2:00 P.M. 0rirH
Thur. Dec. 15 8:30 A.M. SfFPK
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Fri. Dec. 16 8:30 A.M. VNfl ISOA WlSll.a
Fri. Dec. 16 2:00 P.M. kJffitS JMaT
Sat. Dec. 17 8:30 A.M. MaJf "P I n -V
Sat. Dec. 17 2:00 P.M. iiTV '
Nail W. Polhemus of U NC's School of Business Administration
will sneak on "Time Series Analysis of Traffic Syslems" al 4 p.m.
Thursday in 224 Phillips Hall.
The depanmenls of hioslalislics and statistics present Proleseor
Samuel Karlln of Stanford University for a colloquium at 4 p.m.
Thursday in .124 Phillips Hall. Professor Karlin will speak on
"Some Simple Mathematical Models in Enryme Kinetics."
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Interested in working with the Sludent Consumer Action
Union? Sign up at the lahle in the Carolina Union hetwecn 9 a.m.
and 4 p.m.
This Christmas season some Chapel H ill residents have no gifts
and food for the holidays. Your ncip is needed to make this Santa
Claus season a happy one for them. Call the Orange County
Department ol Social Services al 968-0461, and they will accept
donations of giits. toys, clothing and money.
The Women's Festival T-shirts are ready lo he sold. All AWS
members are requested tocome by the AWS office lo sign up foran
hour or more at the booth at the International Baaar to be held
Dec 2 to 4.
Interested in taking the PACE EaamT It will be offered on
campus at I p.m. Jan .M). l97H.in 100 Hamilton Hall. Sign-up for
the four and one-half hour exam is in 21 1 Hanes Hall. Kormsmust
he completed by Nov. 30.
Oualilicd instructors are needed for the Carolina Union
Special Interest Classes lor spring semester in the areas of
beginning guitar, exercise, life drawing, watercolor painting, arts
and crafts and much more Interested persons should call 9 JJ-5J09
between II a m. and I: JO p m. Mondays, between 2 and i p.m.
Tuesdays and between noon arid I-J0 p.m. Wednesdays.
Students can now sign up for their English 1 or 2 papers from
fall semester I976 in 204 Greenlaw. Papers will be destroyed after
final exams.
Christmas trees will he 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 West Campus. The trcesand trimmings will be on sale
from J to 9 p m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday.
Attention SenlorsI Ohio State's Faculty for Exceptional
Children is seeking qualified minority students for the graduate
school programs in low incidence handicapped, mildly
handicapped, and general special education. Information and
admission requirements can be obtained through the UNC
Department of Education. The application deadline at Ohio Stale
for fall quarter. I978. is Feb. I.
Thieves hit cars;
tools stolen from
employee, student
Two incidents of property thefts from
vehicles were reported Tuesday by
University Police.
Jack L. Cates, a University employee,
reported that a chainsaw valued at $280.55
and a tool box and tools valued at $ 1 00 were
taken from the camper of his pick-up truck
between I and 5 p.m. Monday, police said.
The truck was parked on a gravel lot bff
Manning Drive.
Police said Michael Shelor. a student,
reported several items valued at $79 were
taken from his Chevrolet Vega between
ll:45 p.m. Sunday and 5: 15 p.m. Monday.
Access to the car, which was parked in the
lower parking lot at Craige Dorm, was
gained by prying off the molding of a rear
window and removing the window from its
base. Among the items taken were jumper
cables, transmission fluid and broken
chrome.
Phi Beta Kappa inducts
Phi Beta Kappa, the nation's highest
scholastic honorary society, initiated 92
UNC students Tuesday night in ceremonies
in Memorial Hall.
The admission standard for juniors is a 3.7
grade point average and 75 credit hours.
Seniors must have a 3.6 and 105 credit hours.
Admission is limited to less than 10 percent
of the graduating class.
New members from North Carolina and
their hometowns are:
Ahoskie: Jeffrey Cordon Hoggard.
Boone: David Cratis Williams.
Burlington: Eric Rolf Holm.
Carrboro: Miriam Clarke Gardner.
Cary: Richard Henry Reams.
Chapel Hill: Henry Thornton Dietrich III,
Georgia Michele Hurysz, Susan McLeod Jorizzo,
Susan Cranford Ross, V. Anne Terrell Winters.
Charlotte: Michael Joseph Knight,
Christopher May Mason, Louis Valvelle Sutton,
John William Tracy.
China Grove: James Edward Daniel.
Deep Run: Dennis Odcll Hill.
Dunn: Pamela Diane Branch.
Durham: David Bradford Crutchfield, Rita
Fay Ladd, Gregory Douglas Porter, Sheryl Lynn
Scheible, Margarette Ludlow Shelton, Susan
Stratton Spach. .
UNC to continue with Servomation
By ROBERT THOMASON
StafT Writer
The University will continue to contract with
Servomation Corp. for campus food service as
long as Servomation provides adequate service for
students and staff. Vice Chancellor for Business
and Finance John Temple said this week.
The understanding between the University and
Servomation is similar to one between an
employer and his employee. Temple said.
"We have found them as responsive to our
desires as we find our employees, so we have not
thought in terms of termination," he said. "As long
as they can do the job, we'll keep them."
Sales at the Carolina Union snack bar have
increased 54 percent since last year, according to
Dick Patton, Servomation general manager. The
record gross for a week last year was $8,800. One
week this month the snack bar grossed $15,000,
which Patton attributed to increased patronage
due to the Homecoming football game.
Weekly sales in the Pine Room have increased
from $21,500 per week last year to $25,000 per
week this year.
Weekly sales at Chase Cafeteria amount to
approximately $14,500, up 8 percent from last
year, Patton said.
A continuing contract exists between
Servomation and the University. It may be
terminated with a 60-day notice by either party,
provided that food service is continued until the
end of the semester.
"We continually review food service," Temple
said. Evaluations are based on observations made
throughout the year by officials of the Office of
Business and Finance and the Division of Student
Affairs.
"We will make a decision as to whether to keep
Servomation between now and February,"
Fayetteville: Paul Harold Arne, Patrick
Holder Autry, Joseph Renato Gibson, Ernest
Neergaard Pedersen.
Forest City: Karen Lynne Hollifield.
Greensboro: Kimberley Anne Egerton,
Marianne Holmes Hansen, Elsie Jane Martinelli,
Carol Ann Pearce, David Christopher Pearce,
Nancy Lynne Williams.
Kannapolis: Daniel Morris Hamrick.
Kinston: Junius Harris Rose III.
Lexington: Kevin James Doughty, William
Walter Woodruff III.
Marion: Jan Rochelle Bolick,
Raleigh: Mark Vladimir Bensen, Margaret
Elizabeth Elmore, Dorothy Leslie Hassler, Terry
Ellen Rhodes.
Salisbury: Gail Lynn Shaw.
Smithfield: Law Lamar Armstrong Jr.
Sugar Grove: Carolyn Turbyfill.
Statesville: Dennis Ray Porter.
Waynesville: Evan Kent Auberry.
Williamston: Maurice Glynn Rollins Jr.
Wilmington: Paul Drew Beale, Susan Jane
Elkins.
Winston-Salem: Paul Christopher Browne,
Barbara JaneDisher, Catherine Sue Hicks, Carol
Ann Kirby, Steven Wayne Robey, Peter Wayne
Schneider, Sarah Cynthia Stamey, Paul Creasy
Walker III.
New members from outside North
Temple said. "We have to make our decision by
February because it will be too late tocontract for
new service for the next fall after that time."
Temple said students could provide views on
food service by sending him a letter, talking to
Servomation management or contacting members
of the Food Services Advisory Committee.
The University maintains contact with
alternative food services. Temple said. "Dean
(James) Cansler (of the student affairs division)
and 1 have looked at food service at UNC
Greensboro and Duke. We have also talked to
Hardees and McDonalds.
"We want to keep in -touch with what is
available, but we have given no encouragement to
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SKI CLUB MEETING, Monday, December 5,
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Christmas party afterwards. 4 spaces left for
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SKI VERMONT: Luxury trip includes Amtrak
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VW GOT THE BLAHS? Tune-ups $12.50
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For Rent
FOR SALE. Granville Towers contract (female)
with private pool, cafeteria, floor lounges with
color T.V., social activities. Call before Christmas
vacation. Patti, 9331705.
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
trying!
FOR SALE: GRANVILLE EAST contract. Need
to sell immediately! Call Shepherd anytime. 933
1752 CONTRACT FOR SALE for spring semester.
208 Ruffin. Call 933 8955.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share 2
bedroom apt. in small quiet complex
$82.50month plus futilities. Call 929-5290 after 5
p.m.
For Sale
REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE: 3.0 cubic feet,
perfect for a dorm room. Call 933-7818.
Help Wanted
PARTTIME BUS DRIVERS - Town of Chapel
Hill. Begin work after Christmas. Hrswk vary
depending on yur 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 x$3.84hr. Apply: Munic Bldg, 306 N.
Columbia St. Equal Opportunity Employer.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Looking for
a part-time job -with good income, flexible
hours, and real experience with a career ,
opportunity in the business world? Call Jim
Morgan, Northwestern Mutual Life,9424l$r7.
Lost and Found
LOST: A stack of notecards for a termpaper.
They were -bound in a green spiral and lost in
Hanes Hall. If found, call Brent at 933 6253.
92 Tuesday
Carolina and their home states are:
a Alabama: Anna Dawn Aberg.
Delaware: James Daniel Levine, David Clark
Reeves.
a District of Columbia: Michael Joseph Egan,
Karen Leslie Stevenson.
a Florida: Cathy Ellen Chessin, Pamela Jo
Williams.
Georgia: Brooks Smith Lide.
Louisiana: Francis Fitz Randolph, David
Carl Vorhoff.
Maryland: Patricia Diane Mamay, William
Garry Rudolph, James Ellis Stevenson Jr.
Michigan: Mark Carpenter McPherson.
Missouri: Elizabeth Ann Ewing, Jon Guyton
Merrill.
a New Jersey: Charles Lee Ewell Jr., Barbara
LaTowsky.
Ohio: Claire Morris McCall.
South Carolina: Lisa Susan Abrams,
Deuward G. F. Bultman 111, Donna Sue Jones,
Jan Allen Marks, Karen Ann McKee, John
Russell Puette, George Mclver Steele.
Tennessee: Martin Leon Lagod, Steven Ross
Thompson.
Virginia: Shaun Arlyce Fuller, Winston
Brent Kulman, Gregory Walter Nye, Alan Stuart
Weakley.
West Virginia: Ann Kellogg Biddle.
those businesses that we will terminate our
contract with Servomation."
Temple expressed satisfaction with recent
Servomation service. "The feedback I have been
getting has indicated that the service is in better
shape than it has been," he said.
Temple said his office usually meets with
Servomation corporate management three or four
times per year.
He said his approval is required for all price
increases in food units. If documentation warrants
the price increase, Temple said he generally grants
it. Servomation has mentioned raising the price of
some meat items.
Miscellaneous-
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Roommate Wanted!
ROOMMATE NEEDED beginning January to
share two bedroom apartment in University
Gardens. Call immediately: 942-4665. Keep
trying.
RESPONSIBLE FEMALE ROOMMATE needed
to share two bedroom Old Well Apartment. Call
immediately. 967-5817.
ROOMMATE WANTED: Female graduate
student wanted to share two bedroom apartment
in Chapel Hill. Call 933-6305 evenings.
Tickets
TRADE ONLY: WF, Md set (2) tickets for
State. Clemson, set. Call 929-7603 after 5 p.m.
I NEED TWO TICKETS to the Carolina
Cincinnati basketball game in Greensboro on
Dec. 17th. Please call Jeff at 933-2963.
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paper. The Dally Tar Heel win not be responsible
'or more than one Incorrect Insertion of an
aaveniMm,, echeduled to run several times.
Nonce lor such correction must be given betore
me nest Insertion.
Clalrs Bagley
Dan CoHlne . .
. . . Business Manager
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