5 ZzW Tar Heel Tuesday, December
Public service announcement must be turned In to the box outside the DTH offices In the
Union bv 1:00 o m. If they ire to run the next day Each Item will run at least twice.
ParHamo Itallanol Come and speak Italian at 6 p.m. at the
Muhammad AH, the heavyweight boxing champion of the
world, will appear at 7:W p.m. at the Durham Civic Center.
Admission is SI for students with an ID.
Nat Anderson, a poet from Atlanta. Ga , will read poetry at 8
p m. at the Art School. 150 E. Main St.. Carrhoro. The public is
An aluminum recycling unit will he accepting contributions
from 8;30lo 10:30 p m. at Norihgate Mall. Seventeen cents a pound
will be paid for aluminum items.
The Contraceptive Health Education Clinic will meet at 7
p.m. in Room 231 of the School of Public Health Men and women
WXYC will hold an Open House at 4 p m. at the station. This will
be followed by a staff meeting for all students interested in working
at WXYC in any department. For more information call 933-7768.
Proteeeor Daniel Sheerln of the II NC Department of Classics
will jiive lecture entitled "Tollite Portas. Pnncipes. Uestras: Ps.
23.7-10 in Exegesis and Liturgy at K p.m. in the faculty lounge of
A square dance sponsored by the Outing Club will be held at 7
p.m. in the Carolina Union. Everyone is invited.
The Recreation Society will have a sport meeting at 7 p m. in
Room 207 Carolina Union.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will meet at 7:30 p.m. in
Kenan Field House. The gueit speaker will he Albert Long.
The UNC Table Tennla Club will meet at 7 p.m. in the women's
By ROBERT THOMASON
Universities may prohibit the use of
student funds for the purpose of court
action, the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals
ruled on Nov. 21.
The decision overturned a district court
decision in which Maryland Public Interest
Lenoir Hall vandalism reported
A door on the first floor of Lenoir Hall was
vandalized sometime between Friday afternoon,
Dec. 2, and Monday morning, Dec. 5, according
to University Police. Someone cut a design in a
door leading into the AFROTC and art
deparlments, police said.
Pam Barefoot, of 326 Parker Dorm reported
that she lost a purse in 103 Person Hall. Barefoot
left a class lor five minutes, returned and found her
Friday also told the board that Tatel had
assured him HEW would not take away
UNC's federal funds if the department was
sure UNC was acting in good faith to fulfill
the 150-percent goal.
"The 150 percent is unrealistic, given facts
as we know them to be," Friday said, citing
the recruitment effort in 1977 to enroll black
students in traditionally white schools. That
effort yielded 165 black freshmen more than
the 951 black students entering the fall of
The board contends this increase is
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gym. All interested persons are invited.
The Association ot Business Students will meet for its final
meeting of the semester at 3:30 p.m. in the faculty lounge of Carroll
Hall. The policy committee will meet after the general meeting. All
interested persons invited.
An Education Qroup meeting will be held at 2 p.m. in 08
Peabody Hall. AD interested students should sign up at Career
Planning and Placement, 21 1 Hants Hall.
A movie hssthral, sponosortd by the Grimes Dorm
Entertainment Committee, will begin at 8 p.m. in 100 Hamilton
Hall. The main feature will be Triangle Terror, a 1974 horror flick
tarring Nelson Dometrius. Admission il free.
The executive board of the Gradual and Professional
Student Federation will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the I rank
Porter Graham Lounge.
Urle Bronlenbrenner of Cornell University will present a
colloquium on "The Experimental Ecology of Human
Development" at 4 p.m. Wednesday in 112 Davie Hall. All
interested persona are invited to attend.
The Lutheran Campus Ministry will meet at 5:13 p.m.
Wednesday at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on West Rosemary
Street for communion. Supper will be held afterward at 6 p.m. in
the Campus Center.
The Carolina Readers present Under Milkwood. a play for
voices by Dylan Thomas at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Chapel Hill
Public Library. Performances are also scheduled for 8 p.m.
Thursday and Friday in 103 Bingham. Admission is SI.
use prohibited in court litigation
Research Group (PIRG), an organization
of the University of Maryland at College
Park's Student Government Association,
sued the U niversity of M ary land for the right
to use student funds for litigation.
The Board of Regents for the University of
Maryland approved of the Student
Government Association's allocation for the
Maryland PIRG on the condition that no
purse missing, police said. The purse contained
$30 in cash, a dorm key, ID card, driver's license
University Police also reported that an
undetermined amount of cash was removed from
three newspaper stands on campus. Chapel Hill
police reported they had two suspects in custody
who admitted to one of the thefts.
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significant progress and evidence of "the
good faith effort being made by the
institutions to meet the commitments."
However, the board says, the recruitment is
substantially short of what would be
necessary each year to meet the 150 percent
I he board's letter states that HEW does
not consider the 150 percent increase a goal
but a requirement.
"If this is a goal, it involves one set of
problems," Friday said. "If it is a quota for
the system, it is a different matter."
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Just For Dancing
Corner of Henderson and Rosemary
Downtown Chapel Hill
The Wernatlonal Folk Dancers will meet at 7 p.m. this
Wednesday and every Wednesday throughout the Chnitntas
vacation at the Presbyterian Student Center.
Professor Joseph Ward Straley of UNC will give an informal
discussion on energy, its prospects and the recent Istanbul
conference on the energy crisis at 3:50 p.m. Wednesday in 277
A narrated slide show in mushroom Identification will be given
at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 14, at the Botanical Gardens.
The Bob Hop Talent Hunt will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in
Memorial Hall. Admission is free.
The annual Messiah sing will be held st 7:30 p.m. Saturday at
the Wesley Foundation. Come and rejoice in the musk and
meaning of Christmas.
The American Field Service Club ol Chapel Hill H igh School
wiD sponsor an International Dinner at 6 p.m. Friday at the
University Methodist Church, 150 E. Franklin St. Tickets are S2.
The public is invited.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
The Order ot the Old Wei is accepting applications through
today. Applications are available at the Carolina Union desk.
Take a break from studying! Come to H inton James Dec. 7 to 9
and 1 1 to 14 for doughnuts, drinks, cartoons, Star Trek bloopers
and Flash Gordon flicks, beginning at 10 p.m. each night in the
H inton James Recreation Room.
Relieve exam tension! UNC Lab Theatre presents Leonard
Melfi's 45-minuie. one-act play Birdbath at 8 p.m. Thursday
through Sunday in OoGraham Memorial Free tickets are available
in front of the box office in Graham Memorial. A waiting list will be
posted before each show.
An exhibition of paintings and other art work by Vlbrtna
Coronado will be held Dec. through 16 at the Wesley
Hear old time mountain music at 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the
Ranch House. The program will feature Fred Cockerhem,
legendary master of the fiddle and fretless banjo, backed up by the
Piedmont Screnadera. Admission is S2 at the door.
Campus representatives are needed to sell The Sun. For more
information, call 942-5282.
student funds be used to pay litigation
The Maryland PIRG sued the board on
the basis of the First Amendment, which
provides the right to petition the government
for redress of grievances. A district court
judge ruled in favor of the Maryland PIRG.
In the opinion which overturned that
district court decision, Senior Circuit Judge
Albert V. Bryan wrote that by denying the
Maryland PIRG the right to use student fees
for litigation, the University of Maryland
had not infringed on the group's right to
litigate, but only had prohibited one means
of financing the court cost.
"In reality, the plaintiff is asking the board
to finance the plaintiffs assertion to the
Amendment," Bryan wrote.
The UNC Legal Services has a similar
restriction on its use of student fees for
litigation: it cannot use these fees to sue the
University. This restriction came about by
way of compromise with the University and
the N.C. State Bar Council two years ago
when Student Government instituted the
Associate editor of the
New York Times, known for his
coverage of issues of social concern,
including the events surrounding
the uprising at fittica State Prison,
and the 1968DemoaaticConventionp
as well as for his books.
will speak on
The Press dTtic Presidency
Thursday. Dec. 81977
8:00 p.m. Page Auditorium
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Interested in taking the PACE exam? The exam will be given on
campus at I p.m. Jan. 30 in Hamilton Hall. Since there is a limit to
the number of persons who may take the test, a sign-up sheet is
available in 21 1 Hants. Please sign up by Dec. .
UNICEF cards and gifts are available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday at the War Resistcrs League Office, 108
This Christmas Mason some Chapel Hill residents have no gifts
and food for the holidays. Your help is needed to nuke this Santa
Claus season a happy one for them. Call the Orange County
Department of Social Services at 968-0461, and they will accept
donations of gifts, toys, clothing and money.
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 call933-5309
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 204 Greenlaw. Papers will be destroyed after
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 West 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.
Attention Senlorsl 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 State
for fall quarter, 1978, is Feb. I.
The Carolina Course Review 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 Suzie Mitchell at 933-3287 before
Harvard University wishes to inform students of its Public
"Actually, I spend very little time in
court," student attorney Dorothy Bernholtz
said. "Most of my time is spent in my office
counseling and advising people of their
Bernholtz said she has gone to small
claims courts from time to time to represent
"The University has allowed the Student
Legal Services to go forward," she said. Part
of that forward motion has included the use
of student funds for litigation in matters
In the circuit court's opinion, the use of
student funds for litigation may result in
court action of which some students who
payed the fees disapprove. Senior Deputy
Attorney General Andrew Vanore said he
feels this is a weak part of the ruling.
"Students may disagree with what the
Daily Tar Heel says, but the University still
recognizes the right of the paper to publish,"
The Maryland PIRG has filed for a
rehearing in the 4th Circuit.
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Policy Program, an' 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. 02138.
Application deadline is Jan. 15. .
Tee) Date tor Admission lor Fa 1973. Applications in 101
Nash Halt DHAT (Dental Hygiene Aptitude Test) Friday, Jan. 13.
Applications must be in Chicago by Dec. 23. Fee $13. OCAT
CAROLINA WRESTLING - Taking down the
ACC! Wednesday, UNC vs. Clemson, 8:00
P.M., Carmichael. Take a study break and
discover UNC Wrestling!
VW PARTS & machine service for Do-it-yourselfers
at lowest prices. The Bug Haus
967-7414 eveninqs for informatioii.
VW GOT THE BLAHS? Tune-ups $12.50
phis parts. Mufflers, clutches, shocks,
brakes, valves, rebuilds. The Bug Haus
guarantees parts & tabor. 967-7414 evenings
APT. FOR RENT. Great location on North
Campus behind Kenan dorm, 115 Battle Lane.
Need to sell immediately! Call 967-1920.
FOR SALE: AKC GOLDEN RETRIEVER
puppies. Available after Dec. 10. Call 933-0332
or 599-1283. Great stocking stuffer, only $100
ONE OR TWO FEMALE ROOM
CONTRACTS for sale. Ideal location: end
suite, back room, 10th floor Morrison.
Quiet, great suitemates. Call 933-3287
immediately. Keep trying!
FOR SALE: SPRING NORTH CAMPUS
housing contract for Grimes. Call 933-8755
and ask for Phil.
FOR SALE: ROOM CONTRACT IN JOYNER
Dorm. Great North Campus location! Call
929-2558 and ask for Cam. Keep trying and
leave a message!
FOR SALE: OLD EAST contract. Call, leave
FOR SALE: LARGE WOODEN DESK $45;
table lamp $10; bookshelf cabinet - $25;
coffee table - $20; assorted pots, pans and
kitchen utensils, also. Call Robert, 968-9007.
EHRINGHAUS CONTRACT for sale at
negotiable price. Must sell immediately. Call
933-3682 or 933-3521 and keep trying!
RUFF1N 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
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
TENNIS PROS AND ASSISTANT PROS -Seasonal
and year-round clubs; good
playing and teaching background. Call
(301) 654-3770, or send 2 complete
resumes and 2 pictures to: Col. R. Reade,
W.T.S., 8401 Connecticut Avenue, Suite
101 1, Chevy Chase, MD 20015.
Cooks & Dishwashers
Apply in Person
Breadmen's, W. Rosemary, 967-7110
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Lottking for
a part-time job -with good income, flexible
hours, and real experience with a career
opportunity in the business world? Ca)l,fim
organ, Northwestern Mutual Life, 942S4l7.
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 WHItF
mixed breed dog across from Franklin Street post
office. 1 1 27-77. To claim call Cathi at 966 5136 or
FOUND: MAN'S SELF WINDING WATCH
across from Ackland Museum. Call 929-5328.
LOST: MEN'S BROWN TRI FOLD WALLtl
in Hamilton Hall Thursday night. Return to
427 Avery or call 933 2978.
LOST ON CAMPUS or around Glen Lennox"
Apts. Friday night Dec. 2: glasses in dark
brown case. Call Steve McCombs, 967-7906
or 411141 Berryhill at 66 1 134.
(Optometry College Admission Test) Saturday, Jan. 14 in
Durham. Applications must be in New York by. Dec, 17. Fee S25.
ORE (Graduate Record Examination) Saturday, Jan. 14.
Application must be postmarked by Dec. 1 3. Fee SI3. WAT (Law
School Admission Test) Jan. 28. Applications must be received in
Princeton, NJ. by Jan 6. Fee SI2.50. 08FLT (Graduate School
Foreign Language Test) Feb. 4. Registration must be completed in
Nash HaU by Jan. 4. Fee SI3.
BOB, ROCKY, C.DT,Kenny,Dave,Greg,BiIly,
Jeff, Carter, Mike.Clayton.Charlie, and Jody:
The Tigers are in town give us an early
Christmas present and wrap 'em Up in
Carolina Blue!! W.W.
BOB: BZZZT! We couldn't make it last
weekend. We had to teach our kids a few
things. Your turn is coming up. Cheryl,
JODY T: We'll be clapping for you. Those who
RE RE: So far the song remains the same.
Only the title may be changed to protect the
innocent: "You lit up my life."
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work. Insta-copy, comer of Franklin & Columbia
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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
record stores.) .
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 SOLD
OUT, WE WILL MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO
BOOK YOU. AT ANOTHER MOTE!
DOWNTOWN AND CONFIRM.
RDE NEEDED TO CLEVELAND, OHIO after
Dec. 16. Will share driving and gas. Call
Martha at 967-7830 evenings.
TWO OF US NEED RIDE to N.J. Trenton
area if possible. Can leave Dec. 15. Willing to
share expenses, Call Brad (933-7958) or
Debbie (967-1851). Keep trying!
PERSON WANTED to share four bedroom
house in Forest Hills with medical school
prof, and grad student. Available Jan. 2nd.
Rent $120month. Call Katy, 1-286-0520.
NEED A ROOMMATE. Complete: kitchen,
washer and dryer, stereo, air conditioner, and
heat. The mobile home is five miles from
campus. Rent only $90. Ideal place! Call 967
7730. TWO MALE ROOMMATES needed spring
semester Stratford Hills. Must be quiet $80
per month plus 13 utilities. Call Wil at 966
2585 or 929-5080.
ONE OR TWO FEMALE roommates wanted to
share three bdrm. Bolinwood Apartment for
spring semester. Call 967-2968.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share
Kingswood Apartment (spring semester) $60 a
month plus 13 utilities. Call 933-5252 or 933-5843.
TYPING-DISSERTATIONS, papers, "resume!
applications, reasonable rates. Executive
Secretarial Services, 100 Eastowne Drive,
(Across, from Blue CrossBlue Shield) 929-0286,
UNC'S STUDY - Travel Program in
England makes a great holiday gift. Call
966-1038 for details. Then talk toMom and
CRUISE THE BAHAMAS New Year's Week
aboard 55' sailing yacht. $300 includes
accommodations, meals, booze. Write HIGH
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