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The Daily Tar Heel from Chapel Hill, North Carolina • Page 6

The Daily Tar Heel from Chapel Hill, North Carolina • Page 6

Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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Pcge Six hursdcy. April 9, 1970 THE DAILY TAR HEEL 7 i UNC's Door Open-Uplift Chest Auction Si ti Ldiarrcy unye night minority and disadvantaged students. Faculty financial support for Project Uplift has been notable. In fact, many people in the University community do want these students," she said. "Our purpose is to convince the students to take advantage of the educational opportunities open to them here. The Committee for the Advancement of Minority and Disadvantaged Students was founded in the fall of 1368. A pilot program involving 16 students convinced AMDS the project could accomplish its donated by Athletic Director Homer Rice. Vice President Spiro Agnew donated his inaugural ball cuff links. S.I. Hayakawa his beret, and Jesse Helms two of his autographed editorials and note pad. Gothes, gift certificates, a typewriter, used furniture, a juke box and a used car are also among the many items to be auctioned. Various campus sororities TY1 311 II -3 I 8 A WW APO Bv Jessica Hanchar Staff Writer The Campus Chest auction 01 officially kick off the Alpha Phi Omega charity drive at 7:30 tonight in Memorial Hall. More than 150 items will be sold. Charlie Scott's basketball shoes (mounted) and a picture of him, both autographed, are among the unique items to be auctioned. Others are a 12-foot sailboat, autographed books by Eugene McCarthy and Harry Golden, autographed Carolina Cougar basketballs and autographed Tar Heel footballs and basketballs. There will also be a German Shepard puppy donated by former Tar Heel great and now Cougar basketball player Larry Miller. Other interesting items include steak dinners for two at local restaurants, movie and golf passes, lodgings at local motels, a beach lodging for May 9, bottles of champagne and beer cases and signs. Tickets of two each for four home football games have been S-S Navy Officer Gets Early Promotion ft torn I'agc 1 cause' she said. 'Through Project Uplift we hope to get these stuents interested in UNC and to apply for admission during their senior year," she added. The 103 weekend visitors will reside in Granville Towers. They will be followed by a second group of 80 students next Thursday through Saturday. The second group 'will live in Hinton James. Miss Wood thinks Project Uplift is merely an extension of the University, not a competing organization. 7- til and fraternities are auctioning their pledge classes for chores. More than 50 door prizes will be given away. Anyone attending the auction is eligible. John Allen Brown, a professional auctioneer from Randleman. has donated his services to Campus Chest for the event. His assistants are David Hammer, Jay Hunt, Worth Monroe and Dan Brown. rai 1 I 1 Rim REGISTERED NURSE OPENINGS FOR SUMMER WORK AT COASTAL CAMP. Resident physician, good pay, good accommodations, room and board furnished, uniforms not required on job, modern air-conditioned infirmary, enjoyable experience. Must be a graduate RN. Excellent opportunity for new graduates just entering profession to enjoy a "change of pace" position before commitment to professional hospital duties. Call 832-6601 in Raleigh, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., or write Mr. Lloyd Griffith, P. 0. Box 10976, Raleigh, North Carolina 27605. goals, according to Miss wood. The major deterrent in accepting minority students is low Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores, Miss Wood said. "Many students are refused admission here although they have A and averages for high school work. The SAT, based on a white, middle-class culture, discriminates against these students, she claimed. "A high risk program covering these cases has been approved by the faculty. Implementation is the only remaining obstacle," she said. "Project Uplift hopes to make inroads in the meantime. Our whole posture is toward innovation. "We do not seek to impose our values on a student, but rather seek to change the mental orientation of minority and disadvantaged students toward the University. 1 Stneral other Campus Che-t events are scheduled. A round of contests for fraternity Man on Campus, a residence collie Fauty and the Lsm and a sorority Campus Chest Queen will begin Sunday. The Campus Chest Carr.hil is scheduled from 6 pum. to midnight April 23. It will begin with a parade dow ntown at 5:30 pu THE EZATLES ArTV ROAD Anti-War Events Lf xnnkiii Mm DTH CLASSIFIEDS An assistant professor of naval science in the NROTC unit at UNC has recently accpeted an early promotion. Lt. Joseph J. Hutton a native of Savannah Beach, was promoted to the rank of lt. commander last week. He has served as first lieutenant aboard the USS Stribling, as weapons and operations officer aboard the USS George K. MacKenzie and commanding officer of the USS Salish. 4: 30 Workshops 4:45 Skit by the Carolina Liberation Brigade 5:00 The Three Day Band 6:00 Capt. Speed and the Funky Electric Mothers SATURDAY NIGHT ARM I A AUDITORIUM 7:00 Tom Paxton, folksinger 8: 30 Arthur Waskow Ochs, folksinger SUNDAY, EHRIGNHAUS FIELD 1:30 Band, announcements 2:30 speaker from GI's United 2:45 speaker from Black Brigade Gen. Hugh Hester, speaker 4:30 local speaker from Women's Liberation by the CLB 5 00 Workshops SUNDAY NIGHT, CARMICHAEL AUDITORIUM Hardin, folksinger 8:30 Rennie Davis, speaker ITS LJ9 ir it i i id -9 K3DQV, COLE ii Vc a mm LuLnu Li La Maimed Mercedes (1957 Model 190) available for rehabilation or dismemberment, Body radiator damaged; engine, frame okay; many new parts. See Bruce Murrie, 329 Phillips 933-1050. "We ourselves have taken upon the recruitment of minority gorup students, Indians and poor whites," she said, "because the University has an historical practice of discrimination against minority and disadvantaged students," she said. "Due to misinformation obtained from high school counselors and world-of-mouth, students believe the University doesn't want them. "This is not true. H.B. Renwick, the new director of admissions, is very interested in Comfort Oeadauorters! Spring is a lazy time and fellows want to be as relaxed and casual as possible without looking completely grubby. This spring the HUB has found the perfect solution. We've ordered hundreds of great Izod knits with some of the most unusual patterns you've seen. And now we have in stock a great selection of flair pants and ber-mudas in the most comfortable fabrics you've ever worn. And what could be better for your feet than Sperry Top-Sider moc casins? Its the next best thing to going borefoot! For Rent: JuneSept or longer. 2 bdrm 10x45 mobile home $80rno. 2 bdrm 10x50 90mo. 3bdrm 10x60 120rno. All mobile homes furnished and air, cond. 929-2854' or 942-1749. Dining room first session summer school-lunch and dinner Monday thru Friday. Apply Mrs. Murray-Phi Mu Sorority 929-6372. jP: i 1U1111M1CU. All conditioner and washer. Call 929-3811. After April 12 write: Ernest Walker, 117-B Street, Charleston, S.C. Roommate wanted for June or Sept. Grad. Female. Luxury furnished, 1 bedroom apt at Colony Apts. $60mo. Call Anne at 929-5895 or Mobile Home for Sale 1963 Commodore -plus taking up Davments at 6 ($72 a month for remaining 5 years) '4 Air-conditioner installed in 1 bedroom. Call. 929-2761 weekdays after 6 p.m. English (Hunt Seat) riding lessons. Special group rates for adult beginners. Sheffield Farm 942-2079. SUMMER IN WASHINGTON UNC student desires roommate for apt. or dorm in D.C.. call Steve collect in Durham. 489-3592 For Sale Great Dane puppies 5 months old. AKC registered Call 9671484. Jet Flight to Europe, leaves June 13 returns August 14. Round trip from NY-London-NY only $220. Call 688-0260 in Durham for reservations. Apt. to rent: June 1 Aug. 31 Northhampton Plaza-one bedroom furnished modern appliances $150mo Call 929-5273. Attention all Grapists and pantie-snatchers. You are in big trouble The guy in the white hat is following you. FLY TO LONDON from Raleigh-Durham Airport, $235 round trip; June 5-July June 12 August and June 3-Sept. $20 deposit before April 11. Call FRED CHITTY 942-5309 after 5:30 p.m. Leaving the countryfwANTED: Immediately Selling wajters f0T vrps rTh firebird uonv. excellent condition and 1968 Pontiac Executive with fulf power, air; conditioning, ctuse control, etc. Best quick oiler. HO LASu i IQ 50 Richardson Ui 'trailer for sale or Musicmaster aj. 'Ten HEY JUDETHE BEATLES: Great Beatles hits, on album for the first time, including Hey Jude; Can't Buy Me Love; Paperback Writer; Rain; Lady Madonna; Ballad of John and Yoko; and more! All in stereo. 1 Schizophrenia I -y The following is a complete schedule of events for this weekend's anti-war festival: SATURDAY AFTERNOON EHRINGHAUS FIELD Ball Band, announcements, and induction ceremony into Carolina Liberation Brigade. 2:30 David Hawk, speaker from National Moratorium Committee 3:00 Workshops 3:15 Allman Brothers Band 4:00 Larry Little, speaker from the National Committee to Combat Fascism (affiliate of Black Panthers) dreaming about your future? then stop! Here's a once in a lifetime opportunity for adventure and challenge. A civilian career with the Army Recreation or Library Program in Europe or the Far East. If you are single, a U.S.. citizen and have a degree in Recreation Arts and Crafts Music Dramatics or Library Science On Campus Interviews APRIL 14 Special Services section Overseas Recruitment Center Department of the Army Washington, D. C. 20315 1 "-v ''ninDimi tuuwinii "'TiW nu jiigji 2 I' rrtMuK'---- I ALL BEA7LE ALBUr.lG I 1 'guitar with case. Will take best offer. 933-2593, Army Uniforms Used-40 long 42 regular If you have to go save some money. Call 942-3983 after 5. For Sale: Sony "stereo tape recorder Com pie tew unit with amp, speakers. Excellent cond. Best offer pver $90. Call (929-5588 after 5 pm. All electric apt. for rent; 2 bdrm, 2 full baths, AC, dishwasher, carpet, pool. King's Arms (near. Eastgate). Available June August 31. Call 929-5921. 1965 Ford' Falcon Futura Conv. New top, rebuilt and new transmission. Asking $695 or best offer. Call 968-0806 or 942-3344 after 5:30 pjn. Looking for a Sporty convertible '57 Triumph TR3 small griU-BRG completely restored-sse next to Cedar Village Office 15-501 South. $575. "For Sale: Joy and freedom. 444cc Honda and extras. Mint condition 66. Asking 450. 942-5506 after 6. 1966 Sunbeam Alphine by Chrysler Corp. Green. Two tops. Less than 30,000 miles For Rent: 12' wide mobile home available for summer. 3 bed rooms and air conditioned. $95 month Call 929-4643. For Rent: 3 bedroom 10x60 furnished mobile home. Available immediately. $120mo. Call 929-2854 or 942-1749. '67 442 Olds-Dark blue, black interior, 4sp. positive traction wheels, AM-FM, new Polyglas tires, 929-5566. must sell call gt '-mmm v- now I mwMwM m'- -i Mil Nnw r- 1 w4wM h--w i mm I -a an vj.vj Now. i-jnjj "VSl SMAL-2835 TV pp5ffMPE3 0 1 AH O-Track Cassettes Choice awortments rj 0 of two piece outfits I (n ThaLIATHS by Aiberoy, Whipp. etre, and No Com- Si :L.J 1 ment Three Now I 512647 i 5 Ftsshion Leaders For i uniiR Beautiful People At 1 i Beautiful Prices 1 fi r- I 1 to $23.00. 10-10 igjj CR-tiyoj Q. Schizophrenia At g.jj Sun. f' Miiton't 1-10 Ln 1 1 rn 1 1 -SCHIZOPHRENIA-

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