4 The Daily Tar Heel Monday. December
Student positions on several Chapel
M ill and Carrboro town boards now are
In Carrboro, positions on the
transportation and planning boards are
open. Chapel Hill has openings on the
recreation, historic district, appearance
and library committees.
Members of the boards do not receive
a salary. Paul Arne, member of the
Chapel Hill transportation board, said
the amount of time involved ranges
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"anywhere from attending every or
every other meeting to making it a full
time job." He said the student's interest
and dedication would determine the
amount of time he puts into the job.
Arne said he feels members of the
boards take student opinions seriously.
Students interested in appointment to
any of the board positions should
contact David Chance or Mike
Fitzpatrick, directors of local affairs for
Student Government, in Suit C before
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Vassar Clements here
Vassar Clements, called by some the premier fiddler in the world, will play at 9 tonight at
the Mad Hatter in downtown Chapel Hill. Sam Milner, Raleigh singer and songwriter, will
also be featured.
Clements, a native Floridian who now calls Nashville home, first appeared in the Grand
Ole Opry with Bill Monroe in 1949 and in 1950 made his first recording as a member of
Monroe's Bluegrass Boys.
The fiddler spent a number of years traveling between Nashville and his hometown of
Orlando. He worked in a Georgia papcrmill, worked at Cape Kennedy, worked as a railroad
switchman and ran a potato chip franchise.
In 1971 Clements gained national exposure with the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and overnight
became involved in studio recordings and guest appearances, ranging from bluegrass to jazz
Tickets are $5.50 and are available at the door.
Undergrad library exam hours
The Undergraduate Library will observe
the. following schedule during the final
Wednesday Dec. 7 8 a.m.-All night
Thursday Dec. 8 24 hours
Friday Dec. 9 24 hours
Saturday Dec. 10 Close at 2 a.m.
Roger Corman presents
A New World Picture
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Sunday Dec. It 10 a.m.-All
Monday Dec. 1 2 24 hours
Tuesday Dec. 13 24 hours
Wednesday Dec. 14 Close at 2 a.m.
Thursday Dec. 15 7:30 a.m. -2
Friday Dec. 16 7:30 a.m. -2
Saturday Dec. 17 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Watch the Daily Tar Heel
for Dime Days Special
Beginning Midnight Dec. 9
407 W. Franklin St.
.OPEN 24 HOURS
8 P.M. 'til 3 A.M.
106 Mallett St.
The one and only Groucho
has brought you 86 years of his
fondest memories in hundreds
of photos and drawings. In post
ers and playbills. In his zaniest
writings and routines. And in
hilarious scenes with Chico,
Harpo and Zeppo.
For Groucho, this was a per
sonal collection. For Groucho
lovers, it's a collector's item.
Now in paperback from
Circus of the Stars Ringmasters
Lucille Ball. Telly Savalas. Cindy Williams
and Michael York present show business
celebrities in big top acts. At 8, p.m. ton
Channel 1 1.
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narrates this National Geograpjyi; hfoiji?le
of an eight-month. 1800-mile irek through
the Klondike in 1975 by four young
outdoorsmen. At 8 p.m. on Channel 4
NFL Football The Baltimore Colts
lace the Dolphins at Miami. At 9 p.m. on
Channels 5 and 8.
Barbara Walters - The inimitable
interviewer visits l'ucille Ball, Dolly Parton
and Henry Winkler. At 10 p.m. on Channels
5 and 8.
Age of Uncertainty Democracy.
Leadership, Commitment explores the
nature of the democratic process. John
Kenneth Galbraith hosts. At 8 p.m. on
Uptown Saturday Night Sidney
Poitier and Bill Cosby traverse the
underworld in search of stolen cash. Richard
Pryor and Flip Wilson co-star. At 9 p.m. on
Channel 1 1.
Paul Simon Music by the host and
former partner Art Garfunkel, comedy by
Lily Tomlin, Charles Grodin and Chevy
Chase. At 9 p.m. on Channel 28.
Heisman Trophy Award - 43rd
presentation of the award to the nation's
outstanding college football player. Elliott
Gould and O.J. Simpson host. At 10 p.m. on
Channel 1 1.
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK
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Class of '65 - Debut of series updating
lives of members of a fictitious high school's
1965 graduating class, beginning with the
girl who had the worst reputation in the
class. At 10 p.m. on Channel 28.
N.C. Symphony - Violinist Frank
Gullino is guest soloist with the orchestra,
performing the Bruch Violin Concerto. At
, 8:J5 p.m. Monday at UNC-Greensboro.
BSM Choir Black Student Movement
singers present their annual Christmas
''Concert. At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Gerrard
Leon Redbone - The unique
singer guitarist appears at 8 p.m. Tuesday in
Memorial Hall. Tickets $3, available at the
N.C. Symphony A repeat of the
performance listed above. At 8:15 Tuesday
night in Duke University's Page
Old Time Mountain Music - Fred
Cockerham. the "legendary master of the
fiddle and fretless banjo," appears with the
Piedmont Serenaders at 8:30 p.m. at the
Ranch House Restaurant. $2 cover charge.
Antigone Ancient Greek tragedy and
modern African politics merge in N.C.
Central's version of Sophocles' play. African
costumes and props add authenticity to the
work, set in a small African village in 1971.
At 8:15 p.m. Thursday through Saturday,
NCCU University Theatre on the corner of
Fayetteville and Lawson Streets in Durham.
Tickets $1 and $2 in advance for students
and adults respectively (call 683-6242) and
$1.50 and $2.50 at the door.
The Tooth of Crime Sam Shepard's
rock and roll drama centers on the lives of
two rockers in fierce competition with one
another. At 8:30 Thursday through
Saturday nights at the Community Church,
corner of Purefoy Road and Mason Farm.
$2.50. Presented by The Gallery Theatre of
Carrboro Art School.
African Sculpture and Artifacts -
UNC's Ackland Art Center presents a
display of decorative and useful objects from
Africa, including figures, masks and ritual
objects. Through Jan. 8.
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are
Dead Open auditions for the Duke
Players' February presentation of the play
will be held 7 to 10 tonight and tomorrow
nights in Branson Theatre, between
Buchanan Boulevard and Broad Street,
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