This week on campus is a free column for the announcement of meetings, special seminars or speakers, social events and other happenings on campus-student, faculty or staff. See the chevron secretary or call extension 3443. Deadline is tuesday afternoons by 3 p.m.
Pub for physics students and,faculty. Beer 3 for $1. This is your chance to discuss with the profs their method of teaching. 8pm MC faculty lounge 5th floor.
Chess Club everyone welcome especially beginners. Free 7 :30 pm CC 135. \
All day ski trip to Blue Mountain. Members $6.50; non-members $7.50. 6:45 am from front of campus center. Sponsored by U of W Ski Club. Red Garter Night., ESS Winter Weekend. Admission 50 cents ESS members; $1 others. 8:30 pm Festival Room. Afternoon Pub-Environmental Studies Society Winter Weekend. Free ad-” mission to all faculty, staff and students. 12 noon to 7 pm. Campus center pub. lxthus coffee house. Come talk about life, love, God. 9 pm CC snack bar. Free. Toronto express bus leaves campus center 11:30 am, 1:30 and 4:30 pm for lslington subway station. Highway coach tickets $1.95 one way ot $3.50 return and school bus tickets $1.25 per ticket. Sponsored by federation of i students.
Pub dance with Spott Farm. Admission 25 cents village I and II residents; 75 cents others. 8:30 pm VII great hall. Sponsored by VII council. Rev, & Mrs Claude Guldner of interfaith pastoral council will speak on ‘Homosexuality and the church’ Sponsored by Gay Liberat’ion Movement 8 pm CC 113. l
Chapel service. Topic -‘Toward an understanding of love, sex and marriage’ Speaker Wayne Atkinson. Come and join in the worship service . and discussion. 7 pm St Paul’s chapel. Faith Missionary church, 110 Fergus avenue invites you to their youth time. 7:30 pm I1 Grido
Film show sponsored by Chinese Students Assoc. ‘Red Detachment of Women’ a modern revolutionary ballet drama. Admission $1 non-members. 8 pm BIO 217. Tickets available from central box office, math lounge and arts lecture hall.
Federation flicks ‘Love Story’ and several short films. 50 cents U of W undergrads; $1 others. 8 pm AL 116. Sponsored by federation of students.
Circle K will be holding their once a term blood donor clinic in math lounge 3rd floor .MC. IO-11:30 am and l-4:30 pm.
Ontario Secondary School swimming championships. Heats starts at 12 noon with finals at 7 pm. Physed pool. Film show sponsored by Chinese Students Assoc. ‘Red Detachment of Women’ a modern revolutionary ballet drama. Admission $1 non-members. 8 pm BIO 217. Red Garter Night-ESS Winter Weekend. Admission 50 cents ESS members; $1 others. 8:30 pm Festival Room. Federation flicks ‘Love Story’ and several short films. 50 cents U of W undergrads; $1 others. 8 pm AL 116. Sponsored by federation of Students. Meeting of K-W women’s coalition for repeal of abortion laws. All women welcome. 11 am HUM 151.
Orientation committee meeting. All interested pm CC music lounge.
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Toronto express bus leaves lslington subway station for campus centre at 9 pm. Highway coach tockets $1.95 one way and school bus tickets $1.25 per ticket. Sponsored by federation of students. Faith Missionary Church, 110 Fergus avenue invites you to their services. Sundays 11 am and 7 pm. A bus will call at campus centre at 9:!5 am
LOST High Reward-lost scarf. Sentimental value-woven by young son. Black, gold, short black fringe, one lengthwise gold stripe. Return to security or phone 884-1024 evenings.
Small furnished apartment may to august. ‘Married with small child. Phone 705-324-0177. Rock and roll group to entertain in country hotel thursday nites. Phone 696-3045.
Major essay on any topic concerning industrial psychology. Will pay cash. Phone 884-4020.
Scuba club. Bring equipment and friends. Snorkling and diving. 7:309:‘30 pm pool area.
Local distributor has openings for customer service 3 evenings a week. We guarantee $1.75 per hour up to $4.00 per hour. Fuller Brush Company. Phone 742-1671 for interview.
Bus driver camp Uhuru run. Contact
Ski Caledon ski club. Bus leaves from the ski shop, Union at Moore, Waterloo 9 am returns 5 pm. Transportation and all day ticket $7.50 For reservations call 579-6070.
Passport efficient. students
Liz Hill, secretary of the Young Communist League of Canada will speak on Canadian Independence and jobs for the future. 8 pm CC 135.
pictures taken. Fast and Phone 884-8597 married residence.
Discussion with C. H. Grant, Poli Sci Dept, on Nationalization of Alcan in Guyana: The International Aspects. Sponsored by CUSO, Everyone welcome. 8 pm HUM 280. Public lecture by Donald N. Baker, Dept of History, U of W Topic: The Age of Anxiety. Sponsored by the History department. 8 pm AL 113. Circle K will be holding their once a term blood donor clinic in math lounge 3rd floor MC. lo-11:30 am and l-4:30 and 6-8 pm. L-
THURSDAY Pub sponsored by Class 74 Civil Engineering with Whiplash. Admission 25 cents 8 pm CC pub. Federation flicks-Joe Hill and the Charge of the Light Brigade. 50 cents U of W undergrads; $1 others. 8 pm AL 116. Sponsored by the federation of students.
67 Mini 850, cooper head, michelins, inconspicuous, $450. Honda 450, $500 both certified. 2 ski racks (roof and trunk). New and used records (cheap). Snoot boots size 10 like new $12. Cubco, marker bindings. 48 inch grow lux bulbs (for indoor gardening) $2.50. Custom made belts $3.50. John 5796115.
Will do thesis, math papers and essays. For furtherinformation 884-3236.
Plymouth fury, 318, 4 bbl, light blue, excellent body. Asking $500. 7445640, 17 Gruhn Street.
Apartment to sublet, may and or june $120 per month or $150 for six weeks. Fully furnished. 884-8762.
1970 Cortina GT white, black racing stripe. Ziebart, 21,000 miles. Good condition, extra tires. Phone 884-5125 or ext 3785.
Available april 1 ; two bedroom apartment, stove, fridge, utilities, cable TV paid. University avenue 884-2487. Toronto apartment for rent summer term Eglinton subway area. Two bedroom sleeps 4, furnished, TV, sauna, pool, squash. $225 negotiable. Details Phil Hignell, St. Paul’s College 884-0095.
Yamaha 250 1967 good running condition. Rebuilt engine, needs paint. See and make offer, cheaper in winter. Keith 745-0919, monday to thursday.
Two bedroom apartment may to September $140. Close to all shopping, moses springer, YMCA, brewers retail. 125 Lincoln Rd, Apt 201. 579-2987.
People from Manitoulin.ol: St. Joseph Island. Reward. Mike or Dan 743-2947.
House for rent may to September furnished, 6 bedrooms 15 minutes walk to university. $300 monthly. Call Mike or Dan 743-2947.
Beautiful large bungalow ideally located in Westmount near U of W for sale to settle estate. 578-3010.
Two bedroom apartment for sublet may to September very close to university. $160 monthly. Phone 5762176. For rent fully furnished apartment may to august 72. 137 University avenue. 742-4105. Summer term, 2 singles and 1 large double room, complete private bathroom and kitchen facilities, linen and towels supplied. Separate entrance, parking, males only. 885-0914. Furnished two bedroom apartment, close to university. 744-6922 1009127 University avenue west.
All typing done efficiently and promptly. Call Mrs. Marion Wright 745-1111 during office hours; 885-1664 evenings.
WANTED Circle K will be holding their once a term blood.donor clinic in math lounge 3rd floor MC. lo-11:30am, l-4:30pm.
for summer, travelling for kids. Totally student Sue Abs 743-8664..
Expert typist will type essays etc. Will 50cents per page. supply paper, Contact A. Austin 621-1978 Galt after 6pm.
Passport, job application and other photographic work. $3 for four pictures. Call“ Nigel 884-7865.
Whitewater club pool session physed pool. 11 am-l pm (enter only through blue north.)j , English and drama society are showing Jalna and Elizabeth R. 9 pm EL 208 in EL 209. I
Classified ads are accepted between 9 and 5 in the chevron office. See Charlotte. Rates are 50 cents for the first fifteen words and five cents each per extra word. Deadline is tuesday afternoons by3 p.m. _
Electrical Engineering student faculty night. Free food and booze. Admission 75 cents. 8 pm MC 5136. Sponsored by IEEE. \
Dave Palmer summed up the purpose of the discussions and motions made !‘First _ we should find out what we want to do, make the motions here tonight, present them to the senate council and find out just what power or influence we do have by seeing if they give approval to our motions.” The point was then brought up that the people ought to discuss the recent actions of the senate council in reversing the decisions of the examining boards of Mike C0rbet.t and Roscoe Bell that they (Mike and Roscoe) be granted their Bachelors of Independent Studies. But this proved to be a difficult topic to keep from bogging down and many times the proceedings were kept from following a logical trail by emotional outpourings from people actually involved. Members of the senate council tried, under questioning to explain why they had acted the way they had. Many reasons were given. Faculty members seemed more concerned with the aspects that the irregularities of the proceedings(assuming they did exist) would endanger the
African Continent. Free 7 pm EL 211. Sponsored by ISA. I
Monday night movies. Antonioni. 9 pm CC
reputations of some and the existence of Integrated Studies. Student members seemed to say that they had been. conditioned into it by talk of the danger to IS if the degrees were granted. Proponents of the degree being granted kept pressing to be told what exactly the “procedural irregularities” were, but they did not seem to allow Bill Smyth to answer them. Smyth tried to explain what had made the senate council act the way it did. He said that the examining committee ’ chairmen had both mentioned some degree of intimidation on them in the exam. This was the main reason given although it was also mentioned that there , had almost been a carnival air about the proceedings. Many people present seemed to be in a greement with Dave Palmer when he made a motion that the meeting recom‘mend to the senate committee that it act upon the examining committees’ recommendations that Corbett and Bell be q awarded their degrees. But this motion never came to a vote. The discussion became lost in a discussion of the validity of in camera meetings of the senate council and then broke up with the motion lying unfinished.
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Two bedroom apartment available immediately or april 1 Silverbirch Road, Waterloo. $150 rent includes appliances, cable TV and all utilities. Phone days 745-1108; evenings 7441033. Single and double room for rent, cooking and washing facilities, male only, close to university. 884-1381. Two bedroom apartment, cozy, furnished, private veranda, close to university, reasonable rent,, may to September. 742-4714. Furnished two bedroom apartment, university avenue for summer term. $146 monthly. Dave or Don 576-6093. Two bedroom apartment; married student housing. Available aprill or anytime after. $150 monthly. Phone 884-8908 Modern furnished 1 bedroom apartment may 1 to august 31; walking distance shopping, university $130 negotiable. 745-8164. One or two girls to share large furnished two bedroom apartment with 1 other. April 1 no lease, near universities. $120 745-2065. Room .for student, broadloomed bedroom and living room, kitchen included, room furnished, close to the university, available april 1. Phone 576-4650. $8
Published on Nov 4, 2011
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