2 Ti 9 Daily Tar Heel Monday, December 5, 1977
Compiled by Karen Barber
Public Mrvic announcement! mutt be turned in to the box outside the DTH ollices in the
Union by 1:00 p m if they ere to run the next day Each item will run al least twice.
t Ik UNC SW Club will meet al 7: VIp m. in Room 202Carnlina
I mon. A speaker will he present and a party Kill he held
panel dltcuaalon on "After Houston... the State of the
Women's Movement" will he held at 7:.KI p.m. in Room 215
An Older Students hrinp-your-own-hay lunch will he held at
noon in Rooms 202-204 Carolina Union. All older ttudentK are
in ned Cofiee will be provided.
I he Batik Class of Sandy MacDonuld will meet at (v.W p.m. in
I he Prohytcrian Youth Center. I hi will he the last class, and all
member are asked to atlend.
A Meet the Authors Party fur Chapel Hill authors vhiwe works
were published in 1977 will he held at 4 p.m. at the Bull's Head
Book Shop, t he UNC Press is sponsoring the party.
An orientation session lor medical technician students w ill be
conducted Irom 12:50 to 1:50 p m. in Room 10 Berryhill Hall.
A meeting of all students interested in an Internship or I
summer (ob will be held at 2 50 p m in Room 209 Hanes Hall.
The Campus Governing Council will meet at X p.m. in Room
215 Caroi na Union.
The reception lor new women faculty member, originally
scheduled lor today, has been postponed until after Christmas.
The Recreation Society will have short meeting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday In Room 207 Carolina Union.
Parliamo Itallanol Come and speak Italian at 6 p m. Tuesday at
the Rendezvous Restaurant.
Muhammad All, the heavyweight boxing champion of the
world, will appear at 7.50 p.m. Tuesday at the Durham Civic
Center. Admission is SI for students with an II).
Nat Anderson, a poet from Atlanta. Ga., will read poetry at 8
p m. Tuesday al the Art School. 150 E. Main St.. t arrboro. The
public it invited.
An aluminum recycling unit will be accepting contributions
from 8:50 to 10:50 p.m. Tuesday at Norlhgale Mall. Seventeen
cents n pound will he paid for aluminum items.
The Contraceptive Health Education Clinic will meet at 7
p.m. Tuesday in Room 251 of the School ol Public Health. Men
and women are welcome.
WXYC will hold an Open House at4p.m. Tuesday at the station.
This will he followed by a stall meeting for all students interested in
working at WXYC in any department, f or more information call
Proleesor Daniel Shserln ol the I V Department ol ( lassies
will give a lecture entitled "Tollne Portas. Pnncipet. Uesiras: Ps.
25 7-10 in Fxtgrsis and I ilursiy" al h p m luesday in the lacully
lounge of Dey Hall
A square dance sponsored bv the Outing Club will be held at 7
p m. Tuesday in the Calolina Union everyone is invited.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Ortor ol Oit Old WH is accepting applications until
tomorrow. Application are available at the Carolina Uniondtik.
Takt break from studying and come to Minion James lor a
Mudy break on Dec. 7-9 ami 12-14. Buy some drinks und watch
i-.irtoons. in the Hmton James Recreation Room.
Campus represen(atie!i arc needed to scllTh Sun. I-or more
interested in taking the PACE exam,1 1 he eam will be given on
campus at I p m.Jun. Win Hamilton Hall. Since there in a limit to
the number of people who may lake the test, a sign-up sheet is
availaha? m 211 Hanes. Please Mgn up by Dec 9.
UNICEF cards and gifts are available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday through rriday at the War Resisters League Office, 108
1 his Chmimas season some Cnapel H ill residents have no gifts
and food for the holiday. Your help is needed to make this Santa
Claus season a happv one tor them. Call the Oranga County
Department of Social Services al 8-04f I , and they will accept
donations of gifts, toys, clothing and money.
Qualified instructors are needed for the Carolina Union
Special Interest Classes tor spring semester in the areas of
beginning guitur. exercise, hie drawing, watcrcolor painting, arts
and crafts und much more. Interested persons should call
between 1 1 a.m. and :.W p.m. Mondays, between 2 and 3 p.m.
Tuesdays and between noon and 1:30 p.m. Wednesdays.
Students can now sijin tip for their English 1 or 2 papers from
fall semester I976 in 2(W Cireenlaw, Papers will be destroyed after
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Technology. Though he made ahout $600 on his
tree ornaments and water pipes, he called the
bar'aur1 a ''lookers show."
lhng cow vertebrae, fish bones and other
decaying matter, Millard McDonald took nature
a step further vVith his ecology sculpture.
Only hartdmade creations of natural material
were displayed by theHolston Mountain Arts and
Crafts Co-op. By requiring natural work, the co
op was trying to enhance mountain skills and
traditions and keep them from dying out,
according to member Uric Reese. Reese estimated
the group's sales at $1500, most of which will be
redistributed to the co-op's 200 craftsmen.
Irene Mctculf of the Country Boutique
cooperative said that only a small percentage of
the profits from its clothing and quilts us used
toward the co-op itself, the rest is returned to the
craftsmen. The Country Boutique craftsmen are
low-income people who range in age from the
teens to 87 year-olds.
cost any more
to have your
(basic cheese prices)
13 inch 15 inch
$ .0263 i $ .0260
per sq. in.) .pe.rsq. in.)
"Mien it comes to pizza,
we conn: to vouF
13 inch 16 inch
$ .0237 $ .0207
free delivery (in service area)
942-8581300 W. Rosemary Street
THE Daily Crossword
by Herb L. Risteen
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5 Big pill
10 Cargo boat
14 Soviet sea
18 Mighty man
19 Fit to
20 Cape -,
22 Norse poet
28 Wise guy
34 Terra -
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38 Heavy clubs
39 Diving bird
42 Poet Ezra
44 "- Rhythm"
49 Throw into
51 Where Cedar
53 Move about
57 Water lily
62 Last word,
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1 Prayer Gam
wheel user 22 Pipe part
2 Asian land 24 Affectedly
3 Storm pretentious
heavily 26 Assumed
4 Graceful characters
tree 27 Singer Burl
5 Plant life 28 Fracas
study 29 Marianne or
6 Newspaper Archie
notice 32 Isolated
7 the bag 33 Restricts
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8 World power 38 Biblical
9 Kobe coin 39 Cuts twigs
10 Military from
headwear 41 Occasion
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12 Soviet city 45 Drink aftetfC
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50 Kansas 57 "A Shrop
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52 Hollow 58 Literary
54 Skating 59 Mass
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Chrbtmat trtt wilt he sold beginning this Suiurday by
tintduutc students ol Duke University's School ol hoiestry and
Environmental Studies. 1 he sale will take place in the parking lot
immediately behind the Biological Sciences Building on Science
Drive. Duke West Campus. 1 he trees and trimmings will be on wile
from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday through hriday and 10 a.m. to 6 p m.
Saturday and Sunday.
Attention Snlon! Ohio State's Faculty lor lixccptional
Children is seeking qualified minority students lor Ihe graduate
school programs in lew incidence handicapped, mildly
handicapped, and general special education. Inlormation and
admission requirements can be obtained through (he UNC
Department of Education. The application deadline al Ohio State
lor tall quarter. 1978. is Feb. I.
The Carolina Court Rtview is looking for students to write
short reviews of their fall 1977 English courses. Both English
majors and non-majors may submit reviews, which should deal
with their general impression of courses and professors. If
interested, please contact Suie Mitchell at 9.W32K7 before
Harvard Univtnlty wishes to inform students of its Public
Policy Program, and interdisciplinary program in economics,
quantitative and analytic methods, political analysis and public
management. For more information, write the Kennedy School of
Government Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. 02 1. IK.
Application deadline is Jan. IS.
Tttt Dates for Admlaalon for Fall 1978. Applications in MM
Nash Hall: DHAT (Dental Hygiene Aptitude Test) Friday. Jan. H.
Applications must be in Chicago by Dec. 23. Fee SI3. OCAT
(Optometry College Admission Test) Saturday. Jan. 14 in
Durham. Applications must be in New York hy Dec. 17. FeeS25.
GflE (Graduate Record Examination) Saturday. Jan. 14.
Application must he postmarked by Dec. 13. Fce$l3.LSAT (I.aw
School Admission Test) Jan. 2K. 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 $1.1.
A limited number of 1976-77 Yackety Yacks arc available for
persons who did not subscribe last year. The price will he SIS. To
have a chance to get one. sign up now on the waiting list in Suite D
of the Carolina Union.
Pott Tim RkUr is displaying some of his original works
mounted on plywood plaques in the Student Stores. I he pieces,
called Routs of Thought, sell for nine to ten dollars.
Employers, grad school reps on campus
The following employers and gtadbate
school representatives will be on campus to
discuss job opportunities and academic
programs on the dates indicated.
Students who arc registered with Career
Planning & Placement may sign up now for
appointments with these representatives in
21 1 Hanes Hall. Information and assistance
pertaining to summer and full-time
employers not represented by on-campus
visits is also available.
Police report theft
of bike, antenna
University Police reported that Elizabeth
Shakellord ol C-l6Carolina Apartments said her
bicycle, valued at $160, was stolen from a bike
rack near Greenlaw Hall Wednesday.
Deborah Ellington of Durham reported that a
Citizens' Band radio antenna, valued at SIS. 95,
was stolen from her car while it was parked at the
Crescent parking lot near the hospital Friday,
Police said Katherine Lynn Lloyd of Raleigh
reported the larceny of a small cosmetics bag and
its contents from her ear parked at the Hill Hall
parking lot Saturday. The bag, which was valued
at $75, was recovered later.
Dec. 5 Columbia Law School
Forsyth County Data Processing
Dec. 13 University
of Virginia Law
Jan. 9 University of Pittsburgh Business
17 Jefferson Standard
Insurance. Company ''
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. Brown and Williamson Tobacco
Moore County Schools
Vanderbilt University Business
18 Data General
Crum & Forster
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LIBERTY BOWL FANS
3280 Elvis Presley Blvd. at 1-55
Convenient to Airport and Liberty Bowl
Airport courtesy car
Spacious rooms at reasonable rates
Call toll free: 1-Bffi) G54-2C
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i i lanuary 6ih and 7th hc basketfca!! teams of the University ol North
- Carolina and the UMen!y ol Vl meet la C-r'ztl'" V--i.
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distinctive hair care since 1970
THE LITTLE DIFFERENCES I
MAKE THE BIG DIFFERENCE j
shampoo, cut, blow-dry from $10-$1 5 I
hennas from $20 j
"LIGHT WAVES" from $35 !
facials & make-up consultation j
Pedicures $10.00 . : , r i
Manicures $6.0-$8.50 ' ' !
all services for men & women j
by appointment 942-4391 or 942-4388 j
&405 w. franklin street chapel hill, n.c
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COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER
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OFFER EXPIRES DEC. 31, 1977
ON CAMPUS ' j
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.
APT. FOR RENT. Great location on North
Campus behind Kenan dorm, 115 Battle Lane.
Need to sell immediately! Call 967-1920.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share 2
bedroom apt. in small quiet complex
$82.50month plus futilities. Call 929-5290 after 5
INSTA-COPY offset printing & quick copying
while you wait. 100 satisfaction guaranteed.
Check our fast service and low price on theses
work. Insta-copy, corner of Franklin & Columbia
(over the Zoom). 929-2147.
BACK THEN This unique store offers you men's "
and women's fashions from the 1930's, 40's, and
50's. New arrivals. Special Christmas
paraphernalia. Located in the back of
Andromeda, 129 E. Franklin St. (Between the 2
FOR SALE: AKC GOLDEN RETRIEVER
puppies. Available after Dec. I'd. Call 933-0332
or 599-1283. Great stocking stuffer, only $100
RUFFIN CONTRACT for sale for spring
semester. Great campus location! Call 933-8955
or 929 2714. Keep trying!
FOR SALE: 1970 FIAT 124 Sport Coupe. Runs
well; good tires, AM-FM radio. $1000 or best offer.
933-2382 between 5 and 10 p.m.
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.
FOR SALE. Granville East Contract. Convenient
location. Need to sell immediately. Call 933-1752
or 929-3898. 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.
FEMALE GRANVILLE EAST spring contract for
sale. Must sell immediately! Call 933-1876. Leave
HOTEL RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE '
DOWNTOWNER MOTOR INN
22 NORTH THIRD STREET
TWO NIGHTS MINIMUM
$22.00 PER NIGHT PLUS TAX
CHARTERED BUS TO GAME AND
RETURN ' '
$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 SOLd!
QUT, WE WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO
BOOK YOU AT ANOTHER MOTEL
DOWNTOWN AND CONFIRM.
Cooks & Dishwashers
Apply in Person
Breadmen's, W. Rosemary, 967-7110
ONE OR TWO FEMALE roommates wanted to
share three bdrm. Bolinwood Apartment for
spring semester. Call 967-2968.
BOURGEOISE LUXURY! Two non-corporate
law students Seek roommate for house in North
Forest Hills. Own room, washerdryer,
dishwasher, nice yard, $100month. Available
Xmas. 929 8067.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share
Kingswood Apartment (spring semester) $60 a
month plus 13 utilities. Call 933-5252 or 933-5843.
TYPING-DISSERTATIONS, papers, resumes,
applications, reasonable rates. Executive
Secretarial Services, 100 Eastowne Drive,
(Across from Blue CrossBlue Shield) 929-0286,
NEED RIDE TO DALLAS, TEXAS after Dec. 16.
Will help with driving and gas. Please call Becky
evenings at 929-3637.
htLP WANTED: Cooks, waitresses, salad
prepapers, dishwashers. Apply in person to Ethel
Tillman, Talk of the Town Restaurant, 1010
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? Cai?,Jim
Morgan, Northwestern Mutual Life,9424l.
Lost and Found
FOUND: MAN'S WRIST WATCH at Woollen
Gym on Thurs. Dec. 1. Call 933 7428.
LOST: Tan Lab answers to "Krebs," leather
collar last seen Nov. 22 around Merritt Mill Road.
Pleasant nature. REWARD. Call 967 3687.
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 com. Call 929 1002
FOUND BLACK LAB mixed female. Approx.
three years old. Wearing brown leather color,
tv ieved lo Iv voting. WE NEED to locate
ww mhti. Old Well Apt. area. 929 2t82.
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