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LEETSDALE, Pa. A lost boa
. constrictor named for rock star David
Bowie is once again a snake in the
His return to biology class at Quaker
Valley High School ended a three-week
road tour that received mixed reviews
in this Pittsburgh suburb.
Somebody had "borrowed" David
from Ed Schroth's lab, and somebody
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snake comes home
brought him back, the teacher said
Monday. No questions were asked, and
no reprimands were delivered.
"If you want to say that Batman
returned it, I don't care," Schroth said.
David's disappearance prompted
nervousness among some nearby resi
dents, who called Schroth to complain
about the possibility they might be bit
ten or choked to death.
"I had people calling, screaming at
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me from 10, 20 miles away."
But the 6 12-foot, 19-pound boa is a
peewee by snake standards, Schroth
David appeared to be in good spirits
Monday. He was chilled by recent
temperatures in the 40s, however.
"I've had to keep the heating pad on
him. He's such a wimpy thing," said
Schroth, who explained that even mild
cold makes reptiles docile.
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The DTH Campus Calendar is a daily
listing of University related activities
sponsored by academic departments,
student services and student organiza
tions officially recognized by the Divi
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drop box are located outside the DTH
office, 104 Union. Items of Interest
lists ongoing events from the same
campus organizations and follows the
same deadline schedule as Campus
Calendar. Please use the same form.
Noon: CGLA will sponsor a Les
bian Lunch in 208 Union.
The Women's Studies Program
will present a lunchtime colloquium
with Joan Brumberg, author of "Fast
ing Girls: The Emergence of Anorexia
Nervosa as a Modem Disease." Will be
held in Toy Lounge of Dey Hall.
Medical Allied Health Professions:
Darlene Slaton, Director of the Divi
sion of Physical Therapy, will present
"The Effect of Including a Clinical
Example in a Research Report and the
Ability of Practioners to Use the Re
corded Information" in 321 MacNider
Hall, as part of the Department of
Medical Allied Health Professions
12:30 p.m.: Physicians for Social
Responsibility presents Dr. Dennis
Ross, "Low-level Environmental Patho
gens," in 105 Berryhill Hall. PSR is a
national organization of students and
health care workers concerned with
nuclear arms issues.
3:30 p.m.: Study Abroad will have
an information session in the basement
of Caldwell Hall. Learn who's eligible,
what programs UNC offers, about fi
nancial aid and credit transfer, and talk
to students who have recently returned.
Rare Book Collection and Friends
of the Library: Michael Hoiroyd, bi
ographer of Bernard Shaw, will deliver
a lecture on "Pygmalion and Mrs. Pat
rick Campbell" in the Wilson Library
Assembly Room. This lecture is free
and open to the public.
University Career Planning and
Placement Services will hold Job Hunt
103: Interviewing Skills Workshop in
210 Hanes Hall.
4 p.m.: The Department of Reli
gious Studies is having a colloquium
for majors and possible majors. Faculty
slide show and panel titled 'Temple
Worship Around the World." 112
Carolina Economics Association:
Are you interested in economic issues
and current affairs? How about free
brownies? Yes? Then come to the or
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The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, September 27, 19899
ganizational meeting in 21 1 Gardner.
Campus Y Project Literacy will
hold a general meeting for all members
at the Campus Y.
The UNC Soviet Exchange Pro
gram with the University of Rostov-on-Don
will hold an organizational
meeting in 212 Union. All students are
invited to attend this meeting.
4:30 p.m.: The UNC Entrepreneur
Club meets in 211 Union. All inter
ested people (of any major) are encour
aged to attend. Come see what the UNC
Entrepreneurs Club can do for you.
Kathy Sapp of Chapel Hill Sportswear
5:30 p.m.: The Korean American
Students Association (KASA) will
hold an organizational meeting in 210
Union. Everyone is invited to attend.
Newman Catholic Student Center
will hold a student-faculty picnic at
George Lensing's. Meet at Newman.
6 p.m.: Alpha Chi Sigma, the coed
professional chemistry fraternity, will
hold informal rush in Kenan lobby. All
chemistry and related majors are wel
come. 6:30 p.m.: The Volunteer Action
Committee of the Campus Y will
meet in the Campus Y Lounge to plan
publicity and upcoming projects. All
7 p.m.: The Division of Radiologic
Science will have a Radiologic Science
Awareness night in 106 Berryhill Hall.
Call 966-5146 for info if you can't
attend the meeting.
The UNC Pre-Law Club will have,
guest speaker Narley Cashwell speak
about criminal law and his experience
with it. The meeting is in 206 Union.
All are welcome!
The Dillon School Committee of
the Campus Y will have a workshop
tutor training meeting in the Campus Y
Conference Room. Mandatory for all .
new tutors. All new volunteers are
The Student Environmental Ac
tion Coalition will have a general
meeting in 211 Union. All members
Chimera will have a ChimeraCon
VI meeting to discuss committees and
programming. Anyone interested in
publicity, graphic design, comic books,
gaming, acting, writing or fantasy,
please come! Frank Porter Graham
The SCUBA Club will have an in
troductory meeting in 210 Union.
7:30 p.m.: The Carolina Critic So
ciety will sponsor a lecture on "The
Thatcher Revolution" by John Blun
dell, President of the Institute for
Humane Studies at George Mason
University, in the Di-Phi Chamber (third
floor New West). A reception will fol
low the lecture.
The Carolina Indian Circle will
meet in the Campus Y Lounge. Every
one is encouraged to attend this meet
The Abyss (PG-13) 7:00, 9:35
Sea of Love (R) 7:15, 9:45
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October 7 & 8, 1989
2 person best-ball, gross & net
Oct. 5, 1989
18-hole Public Course
Complete Line of Golf Equipment
The Maranatha Christian Fellow
ship will meet in 226 Union. All are
8 p.m.: Union Cabaret presents big
band jazz Tim Ketch and his players
who will perform in the lower level of
The UNC Circle K Club presents
the Mr. UNC Contest. See who really
has the most Carolina Spirit! Proceeds
to benefit the Association of Retarded
Citizens of Orange County. Admission
11 p.m.: WXYC 89.3 FM will play
the new album from Young MC
Stone Cold Rhymin in its entirety with
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Union Underground challenges you
to be No. 1 in the Fall '89 Pool Chal
lenge. Sign up in the Underground Pool
Room until Fri. Sept. 29.
UCPPS : Students interested in quali
fying for positions with the National
Security Agency must take the PQT
Exam on Oct. 28, 1989. (Register by
Oct. 13, 1989). Booklets are available
in 21 1 Hanes Hall. The PQT Exam is
NOT required for students majoring in
math, computer science, Slavic, Asian
or Middle Eastern languages.
Anyone interested in a one-year
scholarship at the Inter-Cultural In
stitute of Japan, a Japanese language
school, call (213)617-2039 or write to:
A Non-Profit Educational and Cul
Japanese-American Cultural and
244 S. San Pedro St., Ste. 305
Los Angeles, Calif. 90012
The Graduate and Professional
Student Federation offers informa
tion on the in-state tuition application
process. Check the bulletin board out
side, Suite D in the Union for details.
UCPPS is collecting resumes of
seniors interested in working for non
profit organizations after graduation.
Bring your resume to 21 1 Hanes Hall
between Oct. 16, 1989, and Jan. 19,
1990, for inclusion in a book from
UNC, NCSU, NCCU and Duke to be
sent to NPOs.
The Cellar Door submission dead
line is today! All poetry, prose and
graphics must be submitted in appro
priate box in Suite B of the Union, at
Union desk or in person at an open
poetryprose reading today at 7:30 p.m.
at Skylight Exchange, 405 12 W.
Rosemary St. Come to listen, or to
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