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Men to fight
State for ACC
By LINDA ROBERTSON
In the wake of their stunning victory over
N.C. State, the men's swim team has added
confidence for the Atlantic Coast Conference
championship meet in Raleigh today through
Although the Tar Heels broke State's 57
straight dual-meet win streak, they will have a
harder time ending the Wolfpack's 10-year
hold on the ACC crown.
Last year, Wolfpack coach Don Easterling's
squad won 14 of the 18 events and racked up
586 points to UNC's second-place total of 406.
The UNC men will also have to contend with a
strong Clemson team that defeated the Tar
Heels 65-48 in their dual meet earlier this
Carolina appears to be peaking just right as
it enters the meet. The dramatic 58-55 come-from-behind
win over State last week came at
the perfect time, according to UNC coach
Frank Comfort. "It's nice going into the
conference meet having beaten State," he said.
The men's swim team has not won an ACC
championship in 16 years. "We have a young,
but talented team," Comfort said. "Our
program is at the point now where we can go
into every , meet with the realistic goal of
The Tar Heels have both of their defending
ACC individual champions back from last
season. Junior Ken Ireland was 1979 ACC
swimmer of the year and the most valuable
swimmer at last year's meet. He won the 100
and 200 yard backstroke events. Junior
Arnaldo Perex is the defending 200 yard
Other swimmers expecting outstanding
performances will be sophomore Dave Hansen
and freshman Mark Welker in the freestyle
events; freshman Roger Vredeveld in the
backstroke and individual medley; Keith
Hoffman, Jeff Keyser and senior co-captain
Mike Amaya in the breast stroke; and senior
co-captain Fritz Homans in the butterfly and
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TAKE BACK THE NIGHT March! Planning
meeting: 225, 7:30 pm, Woman's Place, Henderson
INFORMAL JAM at the Hobbit Hoagk Factory,
Saturday nights at 9 pm. Local musicians and
th public invited. Music til 1 am 401 West
Against the Draft? Anti-draft bumperstickers
"DRAFT BEER NOT WOMEN OR MEN". 1 each,
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1147, Chapel Hill 27514.
STUDENTS OLDER THAN AVERAGE
Study Skills Seminar. "Studying Less and
Enjoying It More ." Feb. 20th and repeated on the
21st, 12:00 to 1:00, Room 213 Carolina Union.
Bring your own bag lunch; coffee provided. For
further information, contact Roslyn Hartmann,
Office of Student Affairs, 01 Steele Building. 966
4041. lost & found
ARE YOU A LOSER? Check by APO Lost & Found.
Smith Building basement, to find your lost item.
FOUND: GOLD TIMEX watch by Colony Apts. bus
stop. Call Kathy, 929 3769.
LOST; GOLD LCD digital watch somewhere on
campus around Feb. 7. u found, please call Carl at
Your bathtub isn't big enough. Neither is Bowman Gray
pool. In fact, it takes a genuine ocean to keep the UNC Scuba
Self-contained underwater breathing apparatus diving began
in the late 1940s as a commercial venture. "The idea of sport
diving only caught on in the last 10 years or so," said club
president Chris Walker, "which is about when we got organized
as a group."
IMs & CLUBS
By CHIP KARNES .
At first glance, Walker doesn't convey the Jacques Cousteau
image of a scuba diver, unless you notice his silver-dollar-sized
watch. "When I first got interested in diving, I wasn't a very
strong swimmer," he said. "
The sport doesn't require overall strength only one of the
advantages women divers have over men, according to Walker.
"They (women divers) usually have a slightly smaller lung
capacity than men, which means they get to stay under longer
on the same amount of air," he said. As a result, more than half
of the 35 active club members are female.
But, only Jacquiline Bisset gets to dive in a T-shirt, To fight
the 50 degree coastal waters, the UNC club wears neoprene wet
suits in addition to the standard equipment: a hood, fins,
goggles and a tank with regulator, or breathing apparatus. "We
also wear BCs," Walker said, referring to buoyancy,
compensator vests, "which help the diver both to maintain
Inexperience marks 980 golf team
By SCOTT PETERSON
John McGough, Kevin King, Joey
These once familiar names no longer fill the
top spots on the North Carolina golf team.
And, for third-year coacfi Devon Brouse, the
absence of this trio leaves a gaping hole in this
year's inexperienced roster.
Even though the schedule is lighter than in
past years, Brouse faces a difficult job
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) Beth Heiden,
the diminutive sister of speed skating superstar
Eric Heiden, finally won her own Winter
Olympic medal Wednesday.
The 20-year-old from Madison, Wis., for
whom some had predicted the same kind of
performance her older brother would give,
won the bronze Wednesday in the 3,000-meter
women's speed skating. Later she broke into
tears and said the pressure "got in the way of
our family," but would not explain how.
She finished behind gold medalist Bjoerg
Eva Jensen of Norway and Sabine Becker of
East Germany. She had finished seventh in her
first two events and fifth in the third.
The United States hockey team was assured
of a spot in the medals playoff even before it
took the ice against West Germany
Wednesday night. Sweden's 4-2 victory over
Czechoslovakia assured the Americans of no
worse than a second place finish in the Blue
Division. The top two teams from the Red and
Blue Divisions go into the medals playoff.
W: FRANKLIN ST. ONLY
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942 - 5149
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LOST: GREEN VINYL notebook containing
Japanese notes. Must find before mid-term. Reward
offered. If found, please call Elizabeth, 933-0413.
'200.00 REWARD for information leading to the
arrest and conviction of the person or persons
responsible for theft of office sign reading: Vickery,
Culpepper & Wolfington, Attorneys at Law, 135 E.
Rosemary St. Call 942-8523.
LOST-BLACK VINYL BRIEFCASE on or
near Manning Drive on Monday. Contains
Research Data. Reward offered. Call Rick 286
3328, 933-2151 (days) or Steve 967-1435.
LOST on Feb. 14 in Hamilton Hall: 3 KEYS on a blue
leather key chain. If found, please return to 155
Hamilton Hall andor call 933-7132.
MGL I found your gold earring in Purdy's. Call 933
0426. LOST on campus during the Duke tix distribution: A
GOLD NECKLACE with a PEARL BEAD.
Sentimental value. If found, please call Mim at 933
5362. LOST: GOLD ADD A BEAD necklace. GREAT
sentimental value. PLEASE call Kim, 9334724.
LOST: LADIES YELLOW GOLD Omega
watch, sometime Saturday night, Feb. 16.
REWARD offered for RETURN of watch. Call
FOUND: ONE LADIES' 10K gold ring with a "D"on
it. Found last October in front of ZTA house. CajJt
933-6047, offer reward and it is yours.
FOUND: BLACK, SHORT-HAIRED male dog (tan
markings), about 50 pounds. Collar shows only
Alachua County. Florida. Really lovable pooch.
Phone 929 9611 (evenings).
FOUND: MEN'S RED SKI JUMPER on Franklin
Street first week in Feb. Yours if you can identify lift
tickets and other item found with jumper. 967-9906,
LOST: EARRING, gold, triangular shaped with Hue
Egyptian markings. Possibly lost between Wilson
Library and Saunders Feb. 6. GREAT sentimental
value. Please call 967-9697.
AIWA LD40U CASSETTE DECK, Infinity Quantum
5 speakers. 942 1683.
position underwater and to float after he has surfaced."
So, with complete outfits ranging from $500-800, how can
members afford to dive? "This is where the club helps out,"
Walker said, "because we have several outfits that members can
use for free. After a while, most people get their own goggles
and fins, but the club still supplies the rest."
Countrary to popular belief, the first two problems posed to a
diver 100 feet underwater are not sharks and more sharks. Jaws
is a good story but very misleading about sharks," Walker said.
"There's been very few definite cases of shark attacks the world
over, and the chances of anything happening are extremely
minimal. But most divers have a pretty healthy respect for
The UNC Scuba Club meets monthly -to plan excursions.
"We go to the coast about nine to ten times a year to check out
the shipwrecks just outside of Wilmington and Morehead
City," Walker said. "Our biggest trip of the year will be when
we dive in the Bahamas over spring break."
The remainder of the meeting time is filled with a slide show,
some underwater photography, or a guest speaker from
National Geographic or the U.S. Divers Corporation. The next
meeting will be announced in an upcoming Campus Calendar.
NOTES: The Intramural Office, maintains the Carolina
Tennis Pool, a listing of UNC students, faculty and staff who
play tennis and want to meet new players at a comparable skill
and experience level. Anyone may sign up before March 14 in
the IM office. Shortly thereafter, a complete list will be
published for members of the pool to use for the remainder of
.. There is a mandatory clinic for all softball officials at 8
rebuilding the Tar Heels to match their lofty
sixth place finish in . the NCAA
Championships last year.
"We lost three of our top five golfers from
last year, but I think we can have a good year,"
Brouse said. "We're anxious to get underway.
"On paper we've got some holes to fill, but
we've got players that are capable of filling
them, depending on how well they come along
as the season progresses. It will be important
that the juniors give us leadership."
The l l-member squad includes three
juniors Frank Fuhrer, Phil Bland and Doug
Gay that will be the heart and soul of an
otherwise young and untested team. Five
sophomores and three freshmen occupy the
remaining spots on the roster.
"Experience is the thing the squad is lacking
as a whole," Brouse said. The starting lineup
has changed throughout the year and right
now it's undetermined.
"The reason it is so hard to fill the three
positions (vacated by McGough, King and
Sadowski) is because those three players got all
of the playing time last season," Brouse said.
"I'm hoping the younger members of the team
will play up to what we need by the end of the
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Paul Green TheatreFebruary 21-March 2
Jobs include: Counselors, WSI's, Sailing In
structors, Crafts, Canoeing and Naturalist.
Top Camp Salaries
Interviews and Information this Friday, Feb. 22 10am-2:30 pm
Wesley Foundation, Pittsboro St. Chapel Hill
N.C. United Methodist Camps
TEAC Bidirectional reel to-reel tape deck, model
A-2050. Good condition, 5 years old. 150 or best
offer. Call Gary, 967-2456.
1978 HONDA NC50 for sale. 1400 miles, good
condition. Helmet, lock, and cable. Great for town or
campus. 30 mph100 mpg. 200 firm. Call 942-6903
after 3:00 pm.
CRAIGE HALL housing contract for the remainder
of this semester. Price discussable. Call Steve at 933
3585 in the evening.
WEAR A TOUCH OF CLASS with a 14K pinky nail.
Send '37.00, check or money order, to Catherine
Williams, 404 James, or call 933-4511.
FIVE SIT-DOWN PINBALL MACHINES. Moderate
investment, large returns. 3-5 hours per week. Call
Jeff Beach 967-9101 or 933-2610, leave message.
Jones Ferry Rd. Modern one bedroom, total electric,
on bus line, fully carpeted, drapes, water, included.
Pool, AC, and laundry facilities. Available for
immediate occupancy, 929 3821.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED: Share 2
bedroom Townhouse 1 mile from campus; private
bedroom, on bus routes. Now thru May, option to
assume lease. 110month, li utilities. Call 929-6289,
RESPONSIBLE GRAD needed to share Old Well
Apt. '112.50 plus H utilities. Nonsmoker only.
Immediate occupancy. C route. Jeff, 967-6337, after
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED immediately for
Tarheel Manor Apt. 92 & 13 utilities. Own room.
Non-smoker preferred. Call 929 5990, keep trying
HUMAN SEXUALITY INFORMATION and
Counseling Service offers counseling and referral on
contraception, relationships, pregnancy,
homosexuality, and venereal disease. Call 933 5505
or drop by Suite B, Union.
STUDENTS OF ESOTERIC and recondite: send
SASE for details. Aega Research, Box 36751,
Growe Pointe, Ml 48236.
The Tar Heels tied for 1 3th place with Wake
Forest in the Pan American Invitational in
early February, the only tournament Carolina
has played to date. The squad travels to
Gainesville, Fla., Wednesday for opening
round play in the GaforrInvitational.
Carolina will defend its two tournament
wins from last year in the Palmetto Classic and
in the Pinehurst Intercollegiate. The ll
tournament schedule also includes the Atlantic
Coast Conference Championships at
Northgreen Country Club in Rocky Mount.
Brouse labeled the 1980 Wake Forest team
the Deacons best since the one on which
touring pros Jay Haas and Curtis Strange
played. Brouse named the Demon Deacons a
"heavy favorite" to capture the ACC title again
this year. He said that Carolina is included in
the "four or five teams that will fight for the
C Time to get
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passion, jealousy and betrayal, in a new,
vibrant production at the Paul Green
Theatre. "Othello" is tender and startling,
innocent and morbid, sweet and sinister.
Don't miss this powerful theatrical
TWO WEEKS ONLY!
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CATCH RAYS IN FLORIDA during Spring Break!
Leisure Unlimited Vacations has operated as a fully
licensed tour company running trips to Key West
and Ft. Lauderdale for 5 years. Stay at the Rivierra or
Key Western for 6 days5 nights for 95 (quad
occupancy). Price includes tennis, activities,
gratuities; hotels are ocean front, have pools, bars,
etc. Lauderdale and Key West are on the Gulf
Stream meaning warm water and sunny days.
HOTEL BROCHURES AVAILABLE,
transportation too. Call Karen 967-9514, or Emma
942-6512, or please call 1-800-446-1500.
INCREASE YOUR reading speed and efficiency,
guaranteed. Send only one dollar to Reading
Research Assoc., P.O. Box 574, Wingate, N.C.
WHY RISK YOUR SPRING BREAK? Bill Verch
and the Intercollegiate Ski Association have
taken hundreds of Carolina students on trips for
the past 4 years. We don't put 5 people in a room!
Come to Daytona and save 400 expensive miles.
Join thousands of college students and stay
FIRST CLASS OCEAN FRONT in the heart of
the action. Disney World and other major
attractions are nearby too! 5 nights, 6 days, keg
party, pools ide barbeque party, taxes and tips.
More for your money at only 89.50.
Transportation available. Bill Verch. 942 2610.
PLAYMAKERS NEEDS A STUDENT key puncher
to keep our mailing list healthy. Minimum wage plus
fringes. Call Pnscilla Bratcher at 933-1122.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT? Interested m being a
counselor at Camp Yonahlossee in Blowing Rock,
N .C? Wanted: Girls willing to work and enjoy being
outdoors. Contact Kendall Page at 929 8040 for
WANTED. NON SMOKING MALES as sublets in
paid EPA breathing experiments on the UNC-CH
campus. Total time commitment 520 hours,
including a free physical examination. Pay 5 per
hour. We need: healthy maks ae 1140 with no
allergies and no hay fever. Call Chapel HiS coSWct for
more information, 6 1253.
ADDRESSERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY! Work
at home no experience necessary excellent pay.
Write American Service, 8350 Park Lane, Suite 127,
, . 5 ,
tonight, in 304 Woollen Gym.
All softball teams must be represented at one of three
organizational meetings Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in
Sign-ups for intramural racquetball competition will close
next Friday, Feb. 29.
This year's Big Four Sports Day is scheduled for Wednesday,
April 9. Registration for one of 1 1 men's or eight women's
events is due at the Intramural Office by March 14. Also, Co
Rec Playday will be held April 3 at N.C. State. For further
details, contact the IM office at 933-1 153.
V.'e can't afford to waste it.
THE WILDEST WAY TO CELEBRATE LEAP YEAR
THE END OF WINTER? 'WITH-SOME REDUCTIONS
SO IMPOSSIBLE, THEY READ LIKEMISPRINTSI
ALL SWEATERS, Reg. to $65 - Regrouped to
S8.S0; $12.00; $10.00 - H0I1E HIGHER!
ALL WOOL SUITS, Formerly to $275, Regrouped to - v,.
S99.S0 - HOME HIGHER!
ALL VOOL SPORT COATS.Reg. to $185 Regrouped to
s49.eo - uohe -higher!
GROUP SPORT & DRESS SHIRTS, Reg: to $30 Reduced to
ALL WOOL TOPCOATS, Reg. to $235 Now $6900
GET THE JUMP ON SPRINGSOLID COTTON BLEND
WHITE OR BLUE SPORT COATS, Reg. $75 AtLeap-Frogger
Cotton & Linen blend sport coats, most famous traditional
house-3 button model, Reg. $125, At Zany $49.90
THIS LEAP-FROGGER IS SO ZANY, IT WILL ONLY BE REPEATED
EVERY 4 YEARS. ANOTHER CRAZY HAPPENING TO ADD TO 20
YEARS OF FROGSTRANGLERS1
: Od Sam Pepysdfank-
til he was full
A beverage the English called
What is lamb's wool?
The first student coming in with the answer to the
General Manager of the Student Stores wins a
$10.00 Gift Certificate!
Winners of Poetry Contest Not Eligible to enter Poetry
NO WINNER ON WEDNESDAY'S QUESTION YET
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DESPERATELY NEED 2 NON STUDENT tickets
to Duke Carolina game. Prefer seats TOGETHER,
but will buy separately. Will pay ANY reasonable
price!! Ask for Susan, 933 5657.
WILL PAY FAIR PRICE for 3 4 u km to Duke
game. Prefer seats together but will consider others.
Call Jeff, 821 4507 (Raleigh), keep trying. Thanks!
RDERS NEEDED: from Atlanta to Chapel HU on
Sunday, March9 Share expenses. Call Kathy at 7
WANTED: RIDE TO JERSEY over spnng break
drop me anywhere Philly or north Will share g,
etc. Call Jeff Werner, 9426712- pWi4ekep trying
URGENT! Ride needed to Fla. for spring break Will
share all expenses, driving, etc Call 9336281,
evenings. Please keep trying'
HELP!!! 1 need a nde to St. Pee (or Tampa) for
spring break. WiS share driving arid expenses Can
leave Thursday noon. Dan 93 3 8513, keep trying
URGENT! Need nde from Nw York City area hatk
to Chapel Hill on Surwiiy. March9 (lat &r ot Spring
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just happened to be falling."
Austin, who had seven points on 3-of-4
shooting, "didn't have any business out there
because of a respiratory problem," Sloan said.
"But there was no way you were going to keep
him out of uniform. He was doctored up, but
he insisted on playing and did just a super job."
"We just wanted to go out with a victory." a
smiling, rasping Austin said. "I ain't sick no
more. You can't get nothing sweeter than this."
Pack 63. Heels 5(7
CAROLINA FO FT R Pf AT? KIN
Wood 5-11 3-4 5 2 1 13 34
OXoren 5-12 3-4 5 3 1 13 37
Wolf 1-1 0-3 3 3 1 2 23
Virgil 5-9 3-4 3 2 2 13 29
Colescott 0-4 0-0 0 1 3 0 24
Black 1-1 1-2 0 4 1 3 17
Yonakor 2-4 0-0 2 1 1 4 18
Budko 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 2 4
Pepper 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 10
Braddock .0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2
Kenny 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2
Brust 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 2
Totals 20-44 10-17 21 U 11 50 200
N.C. Stale FQ FT R Pf AT UIH
Jones 2-3 2-3 1 4 0 6 32
Whitney 11-12 4- 2 2 5 28 36
Watts 0-1 0-0 0 2 1 0 15
Austin 3-4 1-2 2 1 6 7 28
Matthews 3-5 0-0 2 2 2 6 23
Lowe 3-4 4-4 1 1 5 10 27
Parzych 0-0 0-0 1-110 8
Whittenburg 2-2 0-0 0 1 0 4 3
Bailey 0-2 1-2 4 3 1 1 24
Nevitt 1-1 1-2 1 2 0 3 4
ToUls 25-34 13-18 18 18 21 63 200
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tomorrow, (Bruce!) Peace and love.
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