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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, February 06, 1980, Page 7, Image 7

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Crawford9 By MARJO RANKIN Staff Writer Freshman Kathy Crawford scored a record 30 points and guards Aprille Shaffer and Joni Berry combined for 38 points to lead the UNC women's basketball team to an 85-71 revenge victory over East Carolina Tuesday in Carmichael Auditorium. The 5-foor-l 1 Crawford crept up on one of senior Bernie McG lade's 12 records and now' holds the single game scoring record. McGlade's 29 points was the previous high for UNC women. The win broke the tie between UNC and ECU for second place in N.C. AIAW Division 1, giving Carolina a 2-1 divisional record, 16-9 overall, and dropping the Pirates to 1-2. UNC has one divisional game remaining before the state tournament Feb. 21-23. Crawford broke the nip-and-tuck game open in the second half, scoring 10 straight points in one stretch and totaling 24 for the half. The Youngsville forward also led all rebounders, pulling down 11. "I feel good about it," Crawford said of the record, "but ... individual records don't really matter to me as long as we win as a team." Crawford added that avenging UNCs 71-68 loss on Jan. 16 motivated her performance. "They beat us by three over there and I just wanted to get them back," she said. "We didn't play too well the first half but we Heels remain 11th; Terps rise AP Poll (Games through Sunday) Team Point Temm Points 1. DePaul (59)19-0 1,180 I. DePaul (39) 19-0 585 2. Syracux20-l 1.066 2. Syracuse 20-1 492 3. Louisville 19-2 1,001 3. Louisville 19-2 471 4. Oregon State20-2 946 4. Oregon State 20-2 405 5. Kentuckyl9-4 865 S. Maryland 16-3 379 6. Louisiana State 16-4 860 6. Kentucky 19-4 344 7. Maryland 16-3 844 7. Louisiana State 16-4 334 8. St. John'il9-2 697 8. St. John's 19-2 256 9. Notre Dame 1 5-3 660 9. Notre Dame 14-3 226 1. Duke 17-4 65 10. Purdue 14-5 204 11. NORTH CAR0L1NA15-4 634 11. NORTH CAROLINA 15-4 1(2 12. Purdue 14-5 488 12. Duke 17-4 177 13. Ohio State 14-5 471 13. Ohio State 14-5 120 14. Brigham Young 1 7-4 312 14. Brigham Young 17-4 84 15. Missouri 16-4 259 IS. Missouri 16-4 76 16. ClemsonlS-5 230 16. Arizona State 16-4 58 17. Weber State 19-2 195 17. Weber State 19-2 50 II. Vkginialt- 152 18. Indiana 13-6 44 19. Arizona State 16-4 143 19. Kansas State 16-4 42 20. lndiana!3-6 113 20. Texas A4.M 17-5 33 Entriea sought for faculty golf The bus saves you money. The latest figures-say it costs 38c every mile you" drive your car. Meanwhile, the bus tare is just 30c a ride, no matter how tar you go. A bus pass can cut that cost below 20c a ride. That difference can amount to a heap of money, without making a heap of your car. Or yourself. Just imagine . . . you am 1 ' -. MM ( rates 25 words Or less Students U.75 Non-Students '2.75 Add 5 (or each additional word '1.00 more (or boxed ad or bold-face type 10 percent discount for ad run 5 consecutive days Please prinf uery clearly announcements IVE GROWN ACCUSTOMED to your face. So put it in the Vockefy Yack, Feb. 4 through 22. Appointments now in Student Union and Yack office (993-1259). PROJECT UPWARD BOUND will hold weekday tutorials on Wednesday, Feb. 6 and Thursday, Feb. 7. Tutors will meet Wednesday at 2 pm in the Peabody Hail lobby and Thursday at 3 pm in 2 15 Peabody. You arc invited to help. DELTA DELTA DELTA Talent Show-Wed., Feb. 6, 7:30 pm. Memorial Auditorium. Admission: 1.00 includes after party at Mayo'st We've Got Magic to do Just for You so Join Us! lost & found LOST: GOLD WALTHAM watch last Thurs. in Carroll Auditorium. Reward for return. Ralph at 933 7844. TO GIRL WHO stole my wallet in W .G. on Monday: credit cards were cancelled, money is yours, please return ring and watch they have great sentimental value. Leave at Union desk; no questions asked. KEY TO FORD found on Franklin Street. Call and identify key chain, 933-6143. LOST AT HARDEE'S: Pair of men's black gloves lost Feb. 4 between 12:15 and 1:00. 1 can't afford a new pair but I'm c-c-cold enough to offer a reward to whoever returns them. Call 967-9779, ask for Tar p. iOO.w REWARD for the safe return of the Delta Delta Delta composite picture to the Phi Gamma Delta house. Please contact Ronnie Batchelor at 942 7055, 968-9033, 967-1376. No questions asked. FOUND: TWO BLUE DOWN JACKETS and alto LOST: BLUE DOWN JACKET by Pactfic Trails with wallet, two sets of keys inside pocket on Thursday night. Please call 933 2547. . ... 30 tops Carelliaa win came back in the second half and got it together." Aftera sporadic first half, which ended with the Pirates leading 30-29. UNC came out firing in the second half as the 5-5 Shaffer stripped the nets from 16 feet, just eight seconds into the half. Crawford started her efforts a couple of ECU baskets later, but she was aided by the outside shooting of Shaffer and Berry. Fifteen of Shaffer's season-high 18 points came in the second half, while Berry had 12 in the first and eight in the second half. Crawford hit a 17-footer at the 16:08 mark to put the Heels up 39-34. The next eight Carolina points came on a variety of Crawford layups and turn-around jumpers. The Tar Heels led by 15 several times in the second half and stretched it to 16, at 63-47, on a follow shot by Crawford with 8:01 left. "I figured it would be a battle down to the wire," UNC coach Jennifer Alley said. "The good shooting streak by Kathy Crawford really helped." She said UNC was working the ball to Crawford on purpose. "We were getting the ball to her," Alley said. "Rosie (Thompson) had three fouls and was having to play a little conservatively. Kathy was turning around and putting up her shots." The 5-9 Thompson, who leads the state in scoring, did nothing to harm her own average. She scored 25 points for ECU and collected 10 rebounds. Alley said the difference in the first and second halves was intensity. UPI Poll (Games through Sunday) Any member of the UNC faculty interested in participating in the first Big Four Faculty Golf Tournament, March 1 onPinehurst'sNo. 6 Course, should send his or her name, certified handicap and phone number to Richard Coop, 109 Peabody Hall, UNC 7, can take your eyes off the road. Read the paper. Study. Or serenely confemplate the four-wheel world below. Add it up. The bus is safe, com fortable, convenient and cheap. That's more than a good ride. That's a good deal. So be a miser. Let the bus wrap a tight fist around your transportation dollar. H I LL- CQMMUNITY TRANSIT 3 f i LOST: TWO RINGS, a white-gold March btrthstone and a yellow-gold rose starburst. Possibly lost in area of Union or library. GREAT sentimental value reward. Please call 933-6006. LOST: GOLD BRACELET on Friday, either in the center of campus or'Franklin St. area. Sentimental value; reward. 942-6159. PUPPY FOUND on campus. Brown with white chest, white paws. Very friendly; about 6-8 weeks old. Call 933-1286 or 933-9701 for information. LOST: WOMAN'S SILVER TIM EX wristwatch on black band. Lost Thursday around noon between Greenlaw and Murphy. Sentimental value. Please call Renee at 967-3226. Reward. ,LOST ON NORTH CAMPUS: car keys with "Bin" engraved on a car emblem. If found, please call 933 1518. LOST: GOLD ADD A-BEAD necklace. Lost on Thurs., Jan. 31. Great sentimental value; substantial reward. Please call Kim, 933-4724. LOST: GOLD BRACELET, " thick. Lost in University Square area, or Granville Towers area, or Brady's Restaurant area, or Library parking lot area, or anywhere! Call 933-8432. LOST: IN OR AROUND women's locker room a gold heart pendant with small diamond. High sentimental value; if found, please call 933-4823, ask for Helen. for sale SKI BOOTS. Nordica, men's size 9 (8!4-9, street shoe), poly-nylon, good condition, 85. 967-8123. SQUASH RACKET, Wilson, Club model, new grip, good condition, 25. 967-8123. MUST SELL: PIONEER PL-518 direct-drive turntable with Audio Techrnca cartridge, and Kenwood KA-3500 amplifier, 35 watts. Best offer. Gary, 967-3061. STARVING ON FRANKLIN? Try 300 West Rosemary for fresh seafood delights, Thurs. Friday 9:30 am-6:00 pm, Saturdays 10:00 am til game time. Retail-wholesale market beside Perserverancc Produce. for rent SUBLEASE: MODERN, 2-bedrcom duple. Fireplace, deck, dishwasher, washer -dryer hookups, cathedral ceiling, country setting. '300 a month. Call 9333004. GREENBELT APARTMENTS Jones Ferry Rd. Modem one bedroom, total electric, on bus line, fully carpeted, drapes, water, appliances included. Pool, AC, and laundry facilities. Available for immediate occupancy, 929 2821. I lusil 1 u"1 mSm mm" " -'WMf kmwk """vsfctstj 7C Sports Gymnastics vs. East Carolina at 7 p.m. in Carmichael Auditorium Campus. Each school will enter a 25-member team in the tournament, and handicaps will be used. There will be no charge. Pinehurst is absorbing all greens fees and cart rentals. for information call: 942-5174 TWO-BEDROOM CARRBORO apartment available in early May. Air conditioning; on bus route. 185. CaU after 6 pm, 942-4608. help wanted HELP YOU UNIVERSITY, help your residence but , most important, help incoming students through ORIENTATION "80. Deadlines extended: Area Coordinator applications due Feb. 6th; Orientation Counselor applications due Feb. 15th. Application forms available at main deskRD office, Carolina . Union desk, and Office of Student Affairs (01 Steele Building). For further information, call Roslyn Hartmann, Student Affairs, 966-4041. SEARCHING FOR enthusiastic and outgoing people to coach RAINBOW SOCCER teams this spring. RAINBOW SOCCER, in its 17th season, is the most prestigious co-ed reweationay community soccer program in the country. Coaches direct two one-hour practice sessions a week and a weekend match. Great opportunity for practical teaching and coaching experience. UNC Head Soccer Coach ANSON DORRANCE wffl present clinics for coaches, old or new. RAINBOW SOCCER is a super way to make new friends and become part of the wonderful Chapel Hill community. All interested people should call KIP WARD at 967-8797 or MIT CAROTHERS at 967-9686. THE DAILY TAR HEEL looking for a student to sit on the DTH Board of Directors. The board is charged with overseeing the financial activities of the paper. If interested, come by the DTH offices between 9-5 and pick up an application. COUNSELORS, over 19, for unique overnight boys' summer camp in Blue Ridge Mountains of Pennsylvania. Able to instruct any one of following: Watersafety, Waterskiing, Arts & Crafts, Boating, Soccer, Basketball, Athletics, Rockclimbing, Riflery, Ham Radio, Rocketry, Science, Archery, Track, Tennis, Golf, or Pioneering. Write: Camp Director, 138 Red Rambler Drive, Lafayette Hill, PA 19444. MEN! WOMEN! JOBS! CruiseshipsySalling Expeditions'Sailing Camps. No Experience. Good Pay. Summer. Career. Nationwide, Worldwide! Send 4 95 for apptkahon info referrals to CRU1SEWORLD 132, Box 60129. Sacramento, CA 95860. DUE TO INCREASED BUSINESS Mayo's Discotheque is re hiring. Apply at Mayo's immediately. Excellent pay with hps. 942-8173. MALE PAD VOLUNTEERS-21 to 40 years old needed for drug study Feb. 16, 17, 23, 24 at North Carolina Memorial Hospital; multiple blood sample will be drawn. Cal 9664038 between 8 30 arrv4:30 pm. v. . ' i N. v""' :"';,v-'- ; :;; - i i " f . ..n .ii.i. . ,1 i it fMummfMn: J Ccrolina's Kcthy Crswfcrd ...record-breaking 30 points Men, women sweep dual meet Tar Heel tankers dunk Pirates By LINDA ROBERTSON Staff Writer The men's and women's swimming teams traveled to Greenville Monday night and both teams came away with wins over East Carolina in dual-meet ac tion. The men beat the Pirates, 69-44, and the women romped, 89-5 1. Bob Omainsky was a double winner for the Tar Heels with victories in the 1,000 and 500 freestyle distance races. Roger Vredeveld and Jose DeJesus placed one-two in the 200 individual medley. Ken Ireland won the 200 back just ahead of Vredeveld. In the diving competition, Barry Thomas placed first in the three meter event, with teammate Dave Ciocca second. Ciocca captured the one meter Suggest a name for the concert to be held in Kenan Stadium on April 19, 1980 and if your selection is chosen WIN (You may in O Z cc HI Q. Name Address Phone THE UNION STAFF needs to hire one or two on-campus students to split light housekeeping and room set-ups. Hrs: Mon.-Thurs., 5-7 pm, Sat. 911 am and 5-7 pm, Sun. 11-1 pm and 9-11 pm. Ask at information desk for Dave Bianchi or Bill Steigerwald. MEN! WOMEN! JOBS ON SHIPS! American, Foreign. No experience required. Excellent pay. Worldwide travel. Summer job or career. Send '3.00 for information. SEAFAX, Dept. H-12 Box 2049, Port Angeles, WA 98362. roommates SHARE TOWNHOUSE 3 blocks from campus. We need a quiet, fairly independent female GRADPROF, non-smoking roommate. 135mth. Call Jane or Madeleine, 967-6521. FEMALE ROOMMAJE WANTED. Private bedroom, Towne House Apts. Three blocks from campus. 85month plus 13 utilities. Great location! Can 929 3612. TIRED OF THE DORMS? Female non smoking student needed to share large 2-bdrm Tar Hei Manor apt. M37.50 & utiUties. On bus route. Call Lisa, 967 -9166. FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted immediately to share 2-bedroom apt. at Tar Heel Manor. Own bedroom. Rent 137 .50 plus i$ utilities. Cat! 929-6131. services BIBLIOGRAPHIES DONE. Bibliographic searches of computer data bases (SDC and Lockheed). Thousands of subjects, millions of references from books, journals, government documents, technical reports, corporate information and statistical data. Short searches 1525. CAROLINA LIBRARY SERVICES, 137 E. Rosemary St., Chapel H4. Telephone: 919 9294870. THE DATING BANK New, registered, progressive, serving the lonely unmarried locally by mail. Box 1549, Wmston-Salem, NC 27102. 1-761 1579. DAYTONA BEACH Spring Break! 6 days on the beach, 5 nights FIRST CLASS OCEAN FRONT lodging, keg party, pooistdc barbequt party, only 89 50! Transportation available. B3 Verch, 942 2610. QUALITY HOME IMFROVD-'LNTS remjdt'Lr. construction, adduiom, undck, U. textured ceilings sprayed, roofing, concrete work. A3 work guaranteed. Do work 3 days. 942 5224. Wednesday, Tar Heel gymnasts meet ECU in last home match Tia Walker and Mary Beth Elrod make final home appearances tonight as North Carolina gymnasts take on East Carolina at 7 in Carmichael Auditorium. Walker will compete in the all-around competition and Elrod will compete on the uneven bars, which is probably the Tar Heels' strongest event! Even with UNC's win over previously unbeaten Duke Friday, coach Ken Ourso still said he doesn't believe his team has reached its potential. "We haven't peaked yet," Ourso said. But Ourso does believe his squad is on schedule for the state meet March l.The coach said Duke and North Carolina will meet again in that meet and in the regionals at the end of March. Carolina scored 130 points for the first time this year in its 131-127.45 win over the Blue Devils. 1 have been waiting for it (130 points for a while. It wasn't surprising," Ourso said. "Against Duke we could easily have rorH 1 "JS point " eaiH That is what diving, while Thomas was second in the required dives. Fritz Homas, Dave Hansen, Todd Deckman and Tim Sutton won the 400 free relay with a time of 3:07.57. The women had no problem defeating the Lady Pirates. Bonny Brown, Mary Ann Dempster, Karen Hoff and Nancy H udock teamed to win the first event, the 200 medley relay. Lez Mesmer, Cynthia Chilcott, Hughes and Cindy Shirey took the 200 free relay. Mary Ann Dempster, out most of tht early season due to an operation, won two individual events. The Tennessee native placed first in the 100 and 200 l.M. Other double winners were Cindy Shirey (50 and 100 breast) and Cynthia Chilcott (50 and 100 back). Freshman Liz Mesmer won the 500 free, Karen Hoff won the 100 fly, Nancy 4 FREE TICKETS! also suggest bands you would (name of concert) (name of bands) dficd ads may be placed at DTH, Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must bo received by 12 (noon) one business day before ad is to run. wanted SOCCER KEEPER: Established club seeks experienced goalie. Matches every week. Chatham Soccer Club is a member of NCSL. Call Jim 966 253 1 days, 4894380 evenings. miscellaneous MARDl GRAS without the hassles of driving. Roundtrip bus to New Orleans only 70. Call Steve Jacobson 929 7890. or Bob Goldwasser 929 8095. ANDY GRIFFITH, ROGER MUDD, OSympia Secki. Clifton Daniel, Walker Percy, William Friday read Cellar Door, UNC's undergraduate literary magazine. Submit your stories, poems, cartoons, drawings, photographs by February 15. Manuscnpts typed, SASE. 205 Y -Building. LOOKING FOR A DYNAMITE dance band for your next sociaT? Your party will cook with the big band sound of the Lloyd Hinson Orchestra. 12 ptece group plays the best of old and new Bg Band, Beach, Jazz, Rock. For a very special musical experience call Rick, 9674216. EUROPE THIS SUMMER?! R Irve World War B with Prof. James Leutze in France. HoKand, Germany June 4 23. &x hours UNC credit possible. Vs.it 401 Hamilton or phone 933 3093 for more info. tickets WANTED: TWO (or three. 4 pos4J) tickets lo either the Va-gmta or Duke basket baS game If you have tickets for sale, ca3 Jeanne at 929 88 personals HE'S THE HIGHEST pad mak U-er on North Campus. He is the GRANVILLE GIGOLO C3 933 2410 or v 1229 Gramme West for further orUu TO A GOOD PERSON, rr oui C ! U v P S How's the weather? A gtrl wh k4Wirjccpe eyes STILL NO ACTION? Haver.! rr ! Went yet?1 Then stop staring out ot r v C" bu vr V you fool! Speak to that a-J - tA: some action too! To WKura It May Concern: SATUFDAY: HAfifcLLL TO RLNA k s Bd hwr! Ut have a surpr tri wJJ t'rs-'fen your tt iUppv 19th! Love, Your Svii J.x?y. and Cviv February 6, 1S80 The Daily Tar Heel 7 Ourso expects the team to be scoring consistently by regional time. UNC handled East Carolina easily in the first meet of the year but they should be improved. "They have a lot of young gymnasts that have had more time to get better." Carolina's Elise Slobodin, Diana Cates and Jennifer Britt w ill join Walker in the all-around competition. During intra squad competition Slobodin beat out Tiffany Terranova, who replaced Slobodin last week. Terranova will compete in vaulting, balance beam and floor exercise. She recently out for two weeks w ith an inner ear problem and Ourso said she is still a little weak. After tonight, UNC has a three-week break. "It will be helpful," Ourso said. "The girls and myself need to rest our bodies and minds." -CLIFF BARNES H udock won the 200 free and Karen Gess won the three meter diving event. The women face their stillest test of the dual meet season Thursday at 7:30 p.m. when arch rival N.C. State comes to Bow man Gray Pool. The Wolfpack women are ranked seventh in the nation and were Atlantic Coast Conference champions last year. While State has beaten UNC in dual-meet competition the past two years, Carolina's women placed fifth, ahead of NCSU at the AIAW national meet. "They will be swimming all out to beat us, and we're prepared to do our best against them," UNC swimming coach Frank Comfort said. "We're more prepared than we were last year," sophomore Nance Thompson said. "We're ready for them. Our girls are confident but not overconfident." like to have) V "DEADLINE , . v Thursday Feb. 7. 5:00 p.m. Drop box in Suite C Carolina Union J the DTH Offices or mailed to the ATTENTION: Girls of Chapel HJ, This now wiS not long stay. Open you eyes as spring draws near. For on beaches we long to play The Bahama Boys NOW THAT YOU'RE OUT of season (Bocks, don't worry you were never in!), you've pu ked up a little action at Troll's (very little) but watch out, Hairless Wonder, Brenda's watching you. (Grey, don't worry you couldn't handk a fast one if you tried') TO THE GUY who found my notebook with Sal Patifio's name in it: 11 get it from you Wednesday m your 11 00 class. Thanks. 933 1437. TO THE LITTLE PUERTO R1CAN. Happy Birthday to my favorite bartender. Have a great day Love, the Blonde Knee Specialist DEAR STUART. Oh what a wangkd wej we weave when first we practice to conceive! 2nd Granvilie West PUBLIC NOTICE. If you don't think the women of 4th floor Connor can force men to take cold showers, just ask Old West's wet R A ! HEY GOLFER I thrive on competition, and I'd stJ Fake to get the b9 rolling, fm st J a potent.! caddy SADIE How was Brevard, DW, and the Fish Camp? Thanks so miuh (or your patience, kindivrss, thouohtfubteM and Monday-ntght walks, fli tell you aain: We can go ona-otvone any lime! Lia VC You have the body of Aphrodite and a charm we aS love; however, you snore Ym correct tN rnperfection, as it it your only one. MrwelSfm ADRILNNE MORGAN. Some'htng ba has so Thursday's pans must be postponed tn case oj napfcm lost, here's my number, 3 8612 C3 tonrj.ht. Pasacnate Roy TO JONI When c an we gel together e'Mi I'd U lo get sorneihuvj strati between us (Get ?) LVmer? Backgammon (with my ruksj? Stay here tta weekend Your move, "tT SUSAN DAN Ho gaat het met Let's dre together 3n. M-ss you. C3 me Oevtd. 371W please keep trywg. TO THE PLRSONiSj l Carina Apu who hoafed Mark and the other guys from Lion ta pmi wekenrf Fat caS me. h s important' 9JJ lt7. THERE ONCE fcved some U' nearby, From if winders the rJs d-d Py, Sine the fest day we met, Frun "surraa to Svimei, it t al Um trj pvrsorub'y, we'd cry ROSES TOO EXPENSIVE? Say you car with a personal in the DM ttaafeAed cm Valeriana's Day. Only I iO (oe 2) woedao lass. Deaden is 12 noon. Feb. 7. CONCERTI 1

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