2 The Daily Tar Heel Friday, December 2,
Public seryic. announcement, must be turned in
Union by J jOpm jtheyare to run the next day
A rally In support of the Wilmington 10 ill he held at noon on
McCorklc Place across from Iht downtown C hanel Hill Post
Office This rally is sponsored hy the UNC Committer to Kree ihe
Wilmington 10 and Ihe National Student Coalition. .
Cratt damonstratlone in hasketweaving, making Chrisimas
ornaments and coil haskctry will be given beginning at I p m ai
Womancraft. across from McDonald's on Franklin Street, t all
929-8.o2 for more information.
The Department ol Dramatic Art will sponsor a "C lassic
Comedy Workshop" ai 5p m today and al 10 p m Saturday in (Ki
Graham Memorial. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.
A Collage Republican Christmas party will be held from 9
p m to I a m. in Ihe Morehead Cellar. Admission for members is
free and memberships will be sold at the door loi $1 CallW-W46
for more information.
An orientation teision uddressmg the topic of Public Health
Administration will he given ut 10 a m in Room 24V ol the Public
the Granville OH-Cempui Chapter ol Inter-Varsity
Christian Fellowship will have a candlelight Chrisimas
celebration at 7 p.m on Ihe fourth floor ol hry Halt
Ice Hockey team members are asked to meet at 8 p.m. in ihe
Carolina I'nion lobby for ihe trip to Circcnshoro.
A Wage-Hour Workshop will be conducied Irom I to 5 p.m. in
Room .Kit Dcy Hall. I. aura Fvans of the I'nimsily personnel
department w ill review coverage and application of the Wage-Hour
Policy (SPAG 31) requuemoms.
Moye Freymann, professor of health administration, w ill speak
on "Needs and Opportunities in Population Research" at noon in
RiKim 405 V nive rtily Square. East Tower. 1 he talk is sponsored by
the Caiohna Population Center.
The UNC Table Tennis Club will meet from ft to 9 p.m. in the
women's gym. All interested persons are welcome
' UPCOMING EVENTS
A Carolina Gold meeting will be held at 2 p m Saturday in the
A day hike in Duke Forest with the UNC Outing Club will take
place this Saturday. Anyone interested in participating is asked to
men at 10 JO a m. in the Carolina Union paved parking lot Bring
lunch and a car if possible
The UNC Ski Club will meet at 7:10 p m Monday in Room 202
Carolina Union A sneaker will be present and a party will be held
A panel discussion on "Alter Houston... the Stale of the
Women's Movement" will he held al 7 JO p m Monday in Room
215 Carolina Union.
An Older Students hnng-your-own-hag lunch will be held at
noon Monday in Rooms 202-2IM Carolina Union, All older
students are invited C oiler will he provided
1 he reception lor new women faculty members scheduled
lor Mnndas has been postponed until alter Chrisimas.
The Batik Class ol Sandy MacDonakJ will meet al 6: JO p m
Monday in ihe Presbyterian Youlh Center. This will be the last
class, and all memhers are asked lo attend
A Meet the Authors Party for C hapel Hill authors whose works
were published in 1977 will be held at 4 p.m. Monday al the Bull's
Head Book Shop. The UNC Press is sponsoring Ihe party.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Campus groups are invited lo Christmas carol at Memorial
Hospital this holiday season, losign up. call Volunteer Servicesat
A Chrisimas Bazaar will be held from 9a m to'pm Saturdav
at SI Ihomas More Church. 740 Ciimghoul l.d Handmade
Mon.-Sat. 8 AM-6 PM
'Sunday 9 AM-6 PM
7 Days A Week
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Christmas tree ornaments, wreaths, throw pillows and toys will be
Interested in taking the PACE exam ' The exam w ill be given on
campus al I p.m. Jim JO in Hamilton Hall Since there is a limit to
the number of people who may take Ihe lest, a sign-up sheet is
available in 21 1 Hanes. Please sign up bv Dec. 9.
UNICEF cards and gifts are available from 9 a.m. lo 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday at the War Resislcrs I eaguc Ollice. KIN
The Triangle Area Lesbian Feminists will hold their monthly
pol luck dinner at 7 p m Saturdav al Ihe Durham YWCA
An all-day International Women's Year Conference Review
will be held beginning al 9: JO a m. Saturday at the Carolina Inn A
$2 fee will he charged lor registration.
The YM-VWCA International-Appalachian Handicrafts
Bazaar will be held this weekend ai Great Hall and at the Campus
Y. The Baaar will oiler an esecllenl chance lo purchase handmade
Hlllel will hold its Chanukah dinner ut 7:J0 p.m. Sunday ut
H illel. 2 10 W Cameron, the cost is 12 lor affiliates. J2 50 tor non
alliliales Reservations only. Call 942-4057.
1 he annual Parent's Day Service, sponsored by the Bread ol
l ife Ministry, will be held at 10. JO a m. Sunday in the I'pcndo
I ounge I eltcrs lor parents arc available in the BSM ollice.
SI. John's MCC, Raleigh, will hnkl woislnp and communion
services at J p.m. Sunday al Ihe U.C.C.. on the corner ol Dixie and
Wade For more information, coll 7-7(i.
Campus Christian Fellowship will hold services at 1 1 a m.
Sunday in the Carolina Union Check Ihe information desk lor Ihe
room number. These services aie designed to be mloimal but
Ihe Mid-Campus Chapter ol Inter-Varsity Christian
Fellowship is having a Chiislmas l ove Fcasl al K p m Sunday in
the parlor of the Chapel ol the Cross
A los and bagels brunch will he held at 1 1 a m Sunday at
Hillcl. 210 W Cameron Ave All you can eat lor 12 50. Kir H illcl
alfiliales. Ihe cost is only 12.
Interested in working vvuh ihe Student Consumer Action
Union? Sign up at the- table in the Carolina Union between 9 a.m.
and 4 p.m.
Chapel Hill Police
charge four men
Chapel Hill Police arrested four men Tuesday
on charges of felonious breaking and entering inlo
a U NC cafeteria.
Pine Room Manager Phil Welch issued a
warrant against Ihe men who are charged with
stealing four coals from the employees' quarters of
Ihe Pine Room, a cafeteria in lite basemenl of
Arrested were Roy Lee Atwaler. 17, of Rt. 5,
Box ISO; Anthony Dukes, 19, ol 306-B CraijjeSt.;
Anlhony Harrington, 16, of 70.1 Uomains Ave.;
and Arnold Lee Sanford. 18, of 608 Grant St., all
of Chapel Hill.
The men were released after each posted a $500
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uml lnod liu Ihi- holidnys. Your help i needed lo make llm Santa
( lain seaion a happy one lor ihem. ( all the Orsngt County
Departmsnl ol Social Services al iMM. and Ihey ill accept
donations of iiilt!,, tovh. cloitnni! and money.
I he Women's Festival T-shirts are ready to he sold. All AWS
members are rcu, nested In come hy the AWS ollice lo sign up lor an
hour or more ut the hoolh at the Inlci national Baaar lo he held
today through Sunday.
Oualilied instructors are needed lor ihe Carolina Union
Special Interest Classes lor spring semester in the areas ol
heiiinnini. (lunar, cscreisc. life drawing atercolor painting, arts
and cralls and much more Interested persons should call W-5.W
hemeen 1 1 a.m. and I: JO p.m Mondays, between 2 and J p.m.
I ucsdays and hetween noon and 1:10 p.m. Wednesdays.
Students can now sign up loi then English 1 or 2 papers Irom
tall semester l7 in 314 (Ireenlaw Capers will he deslroved allcl
Christmas trees will to sold beginning this Saturday by
graduate students ol Duke I'nivcrsily's School ol I orcslry and
Kmironmcntal Sludies I he sale will lake place in Ihe paiking lot
Committee for Wilmington 10
to hold rally at noon today
The recent lv formed UNC
the Wilmington ID will hold a rallv at noon today
on MeCorkle Place for the release of the
The National Student Coalition Against
Racism also is sponsoring Ihe rally.
I he ad hoc committee is composed of half a
doen UNC students. Doug Clark, spokesperson
for the group and a former UNC graduate student,
said he hopes the rally will help bring public
pressure on Gov, Jim Hunt to grant a pardon of
innocence to those the committee calls " ictims of
"The goals of the committee and the rally are to
educate people about the Wilmington i() case
which isa blatant case of a frameup against lOeivil
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Field Jackets $9.95 up to $45.00
Pea coats (New Fox-Knapp or used Navy)
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Russian Fur Caps
Thermal Underwear Set $7.50
Mickey Mouse Insulated Boots
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Wool Gloves Gl Issue
13 Button Navy Bells
Open 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday - Saturday
1:00 p.m. until 5:30 p.m.
Eastgate Shopping Center
Around the Corner Next to Eckerd's
GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE
Pick your "discount" (up to 20)
on Sundays only 1-5:30 p.m.
immediately behind Ihe Hiological Sciences Building on Science
I rn e. I uke West Campus. I he trees and trimmings will be on sale
Irom J m t p m. Monday through Kriday and III a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunduy.
Attention Senlorsl Ohio Stale's Kaculty fur Exceptional
Children is seeking qualilied minority students lor the graduate
school programs in low incidence handicapped, mildly
handicapped, and general special education. Information and
admission requirements can be obtained through Ihe UNC
I lepartmeni of Education. 1 he application deadline at Ohio Stale
lor fall quarter. I97K. is Hch. I.
I he UNC Lab Theatre will present Patrick Hamillon's"Angcl
Sireef at X p.m. daily through Sunday jn (16 Memorial. A matinee
ol ihis Victorian thriller will he shown Saturday at 5 p.m. Kree
tickets arc available' in Iron! of ihe box ol lice in (iraham Memorial.
A wailing list will be posted helore each perlormance.
A limited number of 1976-77 Yackety Yacks arc available lor
persons who did not subscribe last year. Ihe price will be SI 5. lo
have a chance lo gel one. sign up now on ihe wailing list in Suited
ol Ihe Carolina Union.
rights workers fighting racism in Wilmington,"
The committee plans to launch a petition drive
during the rally and eventually send the petition to
the governor. Hunt has said that he will not
consider granting a pardon until the case has
completed the normal appeals process.
The rally features lour speakers, including Ann
Shepard Turner, Wilmington 10 co-defendant on
parole; Phyllis Pickett, vice chairperson of the
Black Student Movement: Jim Grant. Charlotte
Three co-defendant; and the Rev. l.eon White,
director of the North Carolina-Virginia
Commission for Racial Justice of ihe United
Church of Christ.
The Carolina Court Review is looking lofMudeni to write
short renews of their fall I977 English courses. Both English
majurs and non-majors may submit reviews, which should deal
with Ihcir general impression of courses and professors. If
inlereslcd, please contacl Suie Milchell at 93M287 before
Harvard University wishes lo inlorm students of its Public
Policy Program, and interdisciplinary program in economics,
quantitative and analytic methods, political analysis and public
management. For more inlormalion. write ihe Kennedy School of
(iiivernment Harvard University. Cambridge. Mass. 02I3H.
Application deadline is Jan. IV
CAMPUS' COPY CENTER Let's get
acquainted special! OPEN HOUSE - all
day Thurs. and Fri. Located on the alley
by the Porthole. Come in for
refreshments and bring this ad for 10
FREE COPIES on the fast, high quality,
Xerox 9200 "Miracle Machine."(Limit one
coupon per person.) For information call
SKI VERMONT: Luxury trip includes Amtrak
travel, Alpen Inn room & meals, all lift tickets
at Glen Ellen Ski Area. Dec. 18 -24. Only $270.
Randie 929-7776 or Mark 942-8534.
SKI CLUB meeting, Monday, December 5, 7:30
p.m. Union Room 202; speaker; BIG Christmas
party afterwards. Friday, Dec. 2 deadline for
Killington. $165.57. Bill Verch, 933 2567.
CHRISTMAS PARTY Dec. 2, 91 a.m. in
Morehead Cellar is a College Republican
Christmas party! Members free and
membership's are available at the door for a
dollar. All members welcome! Call Martha at
933-1946 for any questions.
FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH spring contract
for sale! Call 933-0351. Leave message. Keep
LOOKING FOR AN APARTMENT? Take over
lease: Greenbelt Apts. one bedroom $157mo.
includes water. Also girl's 3-speed Schwinn bike
and Yamaha F-G300 guitar for sale. 929-2708.
FEMALE MORRISON SPRING CONTRACT
for sale. Call 933-4197. Leave message. Keep
SOUTH CAMPUS ROOM CONTRACT for
sale. Avoid waiting lists, call 933-3616, ask for Kim
or call 942-4658, ask for Robin.
EHRINGHAUS CONTRACT for sale for spring
semester. Must sell immediately! CA11 933-3521 or
933-3682 and keep trying.
CRAIGE CONTRACT for sale (undergrad). Call
'73 DATSUN 610. Auto with air. Grey metallic
with off white interior. 54,000 miles. Must sell.
Best offer over $1,100. Call Bob Branan at 967
3561. FEMALE GRANVILLE SOUTH contract for
sale: spring semester. Call any hour 933-0345
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL: BACH
STRATAVAR1AS TRUMPET for sale. Gold,
professional in excellent condition. The last of the
hand made series. Call 933-4227.
NEED TO SELL a Morrison contract at
compromising price contact Beverly Brown
at 967-7484 or 933-3305.
FEMALE GRANVILLE EAST spring contract for
sale. Must sell immediately! Call 933 1876. Leave
FOR SALE. Granville East Contract. Convenient
location. Need to sell immediately. Call 933-1752
or 929-3898. Keep trying.
Cooks & Dishwashers
Apply in Person
Breadmen's, W. Rosemary, 967-7110
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Looking fort
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.9424187
Lost and Found
LOST: BROWN TRI FOLD WALLET on
Franklin or Columbia. Keep cash! I need license,
ID, etc. and personal photos. Owner's initials
MCH. Please call 929-2669.
FOUND: ONE SMALL BLACK AND WHITE
mixed breed dog across from Franklin Street post
office. 1 1-27 77. To claim call Cathi at 966-5136 or
FOUND NEAR MURPHY HALL gold necklaces
with coin. Call 929 1002.
FOUND BLACK LAB mixed female. Approx.
three years old. Wearing brown leather color.
Believed to lie expecting. WE NEED to locate
owner soon. Old Well Apt. aiea. 929 2682.
Tel Dalee lor Admlaelon lor Fall U78. Applications in I0I
NashHall PHATfDental Hygiene Aptitude TesOFriday.Jan 13.
Applications must be in Chicago by Dec. 23. Fee $13. OCAT
(Optometry College Admission Tcsl) Saturday, Jan. 14 in
Durham. Applications musl be in New York by Dec. 17. Fee $25.
GRE (Graduate Record Examination) Saturday, Jan. 14.
Application musl be postmarked by Dec. 13. Fee $13. L8AT (Law
School Admission lest) Jan. 28. Applications must be received in
Princeton. N.J. by Jan 6. Fee $12.50. GSFLT (Graduate School
Foreign l anguage Test) Feb. 4. Registration must be completed in,
Nash Hall by Jan. 4. Fee $13.
I AM OFFERING $25.00 for information about
the individual who hit my gold MG midget in the
Union parking lot on Tuesday, Nov. 30th between
nine and twelve. Call 929 4159 or 966-1161, ext
EPISCOPALIANS: The Church of St. Thomasof
Canterbury cordially invites you to worship with
us. We are a traditional Episcopal Church using
the Book of Common Prayer and adhering to the
valid regular and all-male ministry of bishops,
priests and deacons. Our services are at 10 a.m.
each Sunday in the Community Room of the
Northwestern Bank Building, East Franklin Street
at Elliott Road. Father George D. Stenhouse is
our priest-in-charge. If you need a ride please call
HOTEL RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE
DOWNTOWNER MOTOR INN
22 NORTH THIRD STREET
TWO NIGHTS MINIMUM
$22.00 PER. NIGHT PLUS TAX
'CHARTERED BUS TO GAME AND
$2.50 PER PERSON
COMFORTABLE ROOMS WITH 2
RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
FIRST NIGHT'S DEPOSIT REQUIRED
72 HOUR CANCELLATION
REQUIRED FOR REFUND
IF DOWNTOWNER BECOMES SOLD1
OUT, WE WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO
BOOK YOU AT ANOTHER MOTEL
DOWNTOWN AND CONFIRM.
CONDOM SAMPLERS: Learn the difference
between condoms with one of our famous sample
packs. Preshaped, textured, colored, lubricate!
skins, stubs. Designed to increase sexual
satisfaction. Adam & Eve, Franklin & Columbia
(over the Zoom). 929-2147.
M.L.D. SOMEDAY SOON you and I, someday
soon! Keep up the good work because we both
know you can do it! Love you always, T.E.R.
ONE OF TWO FEMALE roommates wanted to
share three bdrm Bolinwood Apartment for
spring semester. Call 967-2968.
SHARE A TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE with
kitchen and bath. Located one mile from campus
on bus route. 475 a month and & utilities.
Available mid-December. Call 929-5830 after 5:30
TYPING-DISSERTATIONS, papers, resumes,'
applications, reasonable rates. Executive
Secretarial Services, 100 Eastowne Drive,
(Across from Blue CrossBlue Shield) 929-0286'
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