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Tuesday, September 23, 19S0Th3 Daily Tar Heel3 . 9 3 ' ar 3, .-a-. -? -"w T, atn a -Wf - Ji TTf) " 2 O -o j 'N adk. fcjf J aW-4tf. aawa -a ry MArx nouni Staff Writer My Sister's Marriage, a chamber theater production of the short story by Cynthia Marshall Rich, will be presented today and tomorrow in Einham 103 at 8 p.m. Admission is free. A production of the UNC-CH Reader's Theatre, My Sister's Marriage is the story of Sarah Ann, a young woman who lives a restricted life with her father and her older sister, Olive, as her only real companions. The drama emphasizes the sharing and conflicts inherent in such a close-knit relationship. A major struggle occurs as Olive and Sarah Ann try to gain the attentions and love of their father, a rather stern and hard-boiled figure. Stacy Cox, a speech communications graduate student, adapted the short story for stage and also serves-as director. "One of the challenges of doing this adaptation," she said, "was deciding who would speak at which time and when the narrator would be used." The production will be performed in the style of chamber theater. A type of reader's theater, the chamber production places more emphasis on narration than does traditional reader's theater. "What is exciting about chamber theater is that it performs a Guip mi s (LaueondaE" Public aervica announcements must b turned in at the box outside the DTH offices in the Carolina Union by 1 p.m. if they are to run the next day. Each item will be run at least twice. TODAY'S ACTIVITIES Tfee Alchemist will hold a (taff meeting. Anyone Interested please come at 7:30 to 219 Greenlaw. The Cantpca Governing Couscli is meeting at 7 p.m. in 470 Hamilton Hall. Please be prompt. Venez tout a la Tabla Fraaeai a 6:30 p.m. a la Carolina Inn. - UNC Young Draocrata will meet at 8 p.m. Anyone interested in preparing statements for the Mock Election or interested in election year Democratic activities is welcome. For all interested in volunteering la local aanlag homes, the Campus Y will hold its first meeting at 4 p.m. upstairs in the Y building. Atteatioa an Valkyries. Important meeting at 6 p.m. in room 203 of the Union. The Student Govcranwal State Affairs Committee will meet In the Frank Porter Graham Lounge at 6 p.m. All interested freshmen are invited to attend. Learn all about search and seizure processes and other, criminal processes at the UNC Pre-Law aseetiag, at 7:30 in 221 Greenlaw. The UNC Ballroom Dance Club meets each Tuesday from 7-8:30 in room 302 of Woollen Gym. All dancers welcome. Interested in medicine or dentistry? Come to a rush meeting of Alpha Epslloe Delta, pre-med ore-dent honor society, at 6:30 p.m. in 107 Berry hill Hall. Regular meeting will follow at 7 p.m. All) will meet at 7 p.m. in 103 Berryhill. Deans of Admission from UNC, ECU and Bowman Cray medical schools will speak. All members please attend. The UNC Society of Profusion si JoarasHsts, Sigma Delta Chi, presents guest speaker Craig Webb, reporter for the Raleigh Bureau of United Press International and president of the chapter of SPJ, SDX, at 7:30 p.m. In 203 Howell Hall. Business meeting will follow. Ail present and potential members welcome. Job- Ling worksboa will be offered by the University Placement Services at 2 p.m. in 108 Har.es. Activities will expand on the Skills Guide. Campas Cbrlstala Fellowship is having a special study tonight on "Death." A funeral director will be present and will take us on a tour (if there isn't a body in the home.) 7 'p5v NEW YORK STYLE & jk w 'X 3 p I Buy One Pizza - et Regular Prico 2nd Pizza (Sams Value) 'iilCi: XLzX In cr Tcl.o Out ; Every Day Except Fridays " Coupon Good thru 9-GO-CO 503 W. FRANXUN ST. n o nn 23 wordj or less . Students 1.75 AAi it kit twit aiUiiUxuU wot4 'l.CO mora tot k4 4 or WiU'nca hv 1 9 w:n dUrount k tl nut 9 conrultv day - n . VOTr:i KIC:5TnAr.ON; Today, UVJaM!y arkl Tl urs Jjy, noon to S p.m., Cfcssp! 1 1.3 tlanktpaj ti ' ng, ZZ$ Not Jh Cblumtl, Wl.ln4 ftrt ?a!urt, mi Can'tHsro Town 112, VVesl lUin. AvoU tnct res'iier t!.'.a wck. A4 pU ty Dcraoci eile Party. TUn (JNDCRCnADUATE HISTORY ASSOCIATION ttettr.it Dr. V,:;:i CroU pil:r on "Hai&i avJ VVosU V'&r Two," 7;33 p.m., V.J $?t, St. U ZZ aani,Tt. Cvrryo i-n?ff-tifd Wft atft'ft'i. t::rcnTA:.T I'r.rrrca it U?&f t.-t As& lar. el 73 f U US Ctiu'atr. Crye f!a c n . C"- r tm L I .is, j- J t J .'.sifti,lm .f i ftii; ; all: ;J :L z: zi ".';:.) t a r -irtr :Ci, luc. .'.- f - 1. 1 :,.. i C 1 1 V .7 ' . " tn 17 i . : t' .iac -,.:. ( ' itml , : t r. ma) t : shy ir' ii'.?rrir t (.":. V . . " i-f I. - j a Hi .k 3 i j f 's t J t M'.tt i.ir t 1 1' I :-7w . , i I 4 p r. c- , . Y. i, ... . ,t i I a i ... t I t t . r : : ; t a $i 4t .11..'. . it a I ,T: I 1 i 1 ' 'i .1 I 1 arrs; i ' M ti' I . . If T: "" ' Rs.!t ti:t,f 'nl-i I 1 t -rirvr;! ft. C.VS .7-VUl Jua. Jte. Cccr.3 frcm My Sister's h'srrhge ...emphasizes sharing in family short stories as short stories," Cox said. "You don't lose the richness and color commonly lost when a novel is adapted into a play or movie. Instead, the emphasis is on bringing the original literature to life." This semester, the Reader's Theatre will present three more productions. The first will be an anthology of poetry stressing parent-child relationships. Next, a multimedia presentation will be produced based on the works of Donald Earthelme. This adaptation will combine dance, music and visual media. The final production centers around North Carolina folklore told in reader's theater style. Cast members of the current production are: JoAnn Garner as Sarah Ann the narrator; Maria Bolick as Sarah Ann the character; Melanie Hood as Olive; and Ralph Kennedy as the father. n p.m. at the CCF House. Call 842-8952 for a ride. A.I.E.S.E.C will hold its first company marketing meeting at 7:30 p.m. in room 200 Carroll Hall. UNC SU Club meeting at 8 p.m. in Gardner 210. All invited. Spread your wings! Angel Flight, a service organization for men and women, will have a meeting for prospective members at 4 p.m. in 102 Lenior. The Hanger Action Committee will meet at 3:30 in room 106 of the Campus Y. The Nestle' boycott will be discussed. Come if you can. The Black Student Movement has reserved 1 00 block seats for the Maryland game. Pick up your tickets today to sit with BSM. COMING EVENTS The UNC Pre-Law Chib will hold a meeting Wednesday night at 7:30 in room 221 Greenlaw. The speaker will be Carl Fox, the assistant district attorney of Orange County. Mr. Fox is a former UNC undergraduate and UNC law school student. All interested students may attend. Professions' o Catering Service Available All Occasions Reasonable Rates No Charge for Estimates Boxed Lunches Available for football gniss Raldgh 787-2913 DurhzmM &71-JA13 MACKE CO. - 1 r t ;. PASOUNI'S AWARD WINNER THE CANTERBURY TALES Shows at 7:15 & 9:20 Francois Truffaut's Tho Green Room Shows at 3:30 5:30 7:309:30 CAROLIIMA CLASSICS SERIES B!ng Crosby Frank Sinatra High Society . Matinees at 3:00 & 5:00. L n n FOUND tXATliEH KEY CHAIN and key. Waa found in Econ 31 kefura H Carroll Ha3. Ca 3-ES27 and ask br R?3 If it' yours. FOUND: GOLD ERACELET In front of Chapel of lha Crotm Church. CaS 967-4423 to describe. Ak for Karen. FOUND CALCULATOR on U but route. Found on bua around 11:15 on Wed. morning. Ca3 to Identify 967-7CC3 ever.Jr.2t. FOUND SUSANNH SMITH I have fouruHur bus pat. CaU Doug 942-?27. HOJ1 rVE LOST MY ECST rRXND! Cacchu la 7 month old collla mix. Go!Jen, wUh white "aocka" and chet. About S3 tbt. tmt near ISaat'jate. Ca3 9S2-23SI. Reward"! WANTED: INTERESTING PEOFLE WHO ENJOY ATI JimCS to coach Talnbcw Soccer teama t-SU acason. IUii.bow Soccer, the moat prest'Joua recrtfationaJ tocczr pr&Qi&sn ht the country, it a wofi.!crfI wsy to tntA-t r.e t iendt and become tr.Sr"fi btfo tJve Cls.l 11.3 coramunlfy. , Eaxtlent practical faachin) and foach'tfij etpcrknee. rrectkea atart lUm., Spt. ZZ i and 1ut.t S"7t. 23. UNC H ad Ceh Aiiaon DorTanct la eH-rtn3 eoachtn c!;nkaSat., Syfc, t;h, 1-3 p.m., and Son., Sej;t. 2ZA, 2-4 p.m., on the Ctrmkhael lframiral rk-tda. For fcvftTief li'i'wmattan, t. Z'-s "' J. Ward at n7-??7, cr f : t CMtaxhtrt at Mt..i. lco ::ng ic:j 23 : .rri" r-?' ,h' vt.' i l.Le to i ,j t i : ! C a frv- , r :T.r.t ti' ',, t3 t' 3 11 !?; l-.t., Tw , . i t' ?t I? : J P.M.. t: n . V. ... B-.i lit.; 12 C3 2 cor n. c: :: : t . e 0 - ' T 1 1 f i J .t:;yi:v;c':a- .:-' n ".i.. ! j - tetjt',rai 1 !'..' m ti if a I-- K usa s ' -I S J J Zlll. ''II i et a 4 wa fx'it'tl, .C t b 13-11 t :i 1 1 I 5, S . i. T".J e f t I 1 - U 15 r t t r, i' il: j t ' a at !n! .C-Ic-5 f : i .1 f f r a : : - v ar ' j at 1 r . I I ft It t C I If 14 1 ,!' ! I I: 3 T j t o y - f 5 Meeting for all Interested la the l-'nioa Hamaa Relations Committee's BlackWhite Disctrcsioe Group and Black Discssion Group. The program will be on going discussion groups utilizing experiential format to promote personal growth Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in Morrison First Floor Lounge. , MIMM (Minorities in the Mass Media) meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the James Rec. Room. Lovejoy's Nuclear War a 60 minute film will be shown at Change's regular meeting, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Carolina Union. Join in with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority as they sell SI coupons to help the Hemophilia Foundation. For each coupon good a! any Hardees, Hardees will donate 50 cents to the Hemophilia Foundation. Buy them outside of the Union from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free introduction on .Transcendental Meditation Wednesday at 8 p.m. in room 221 Greenlaw. The UNC RacqneibaB Ciub will meet Wednesday at 7:30 in 222 Greenlaw. Come ready to play after the meeting. All 'welcome. . '. An introduction to the U.S. electoral process will be the topic of an informal discussion led by Professor Richardson of the political science department at the next International Center Coffee Hour on Wednesday from 3-4:30 p.m. at the center's lounge in the Union. The Industrial Relations Association will hold its 1980 membership social Wednesday at 4 p.m. in room 202 of the Union. All industrial relations majors are invited to attend and refreshments will be served. The Campos Y Coffee Kiatch Committee is sponsoring its first get together Wednesday from 3-4:30 p.m. in the second floor lounge of the Union. This is an informal time r Bargain Matinee $2.00 'til 6 PM Mon.-Fri. All Screens 3:U0 5:00 'A r" "TH A KITS. 3 a mount ncTuftt 9:00 NOW SHOWING 3:15 5:15 7:15- 9:15 Clseech cn ' r. Kovle. ' Held Over 2nd Veck 2:45.7:10 4:55 Q20 "MO NUICES" Jackson Browne Dolby IpGj Crosby, SL!!3 & Nash Stereo ' Brucs Sprinq stein Heid Over 2rd ! Week! I 2300 430 7.-00 930 It's going to V I lake everything .JHT J Naad InetaBl caah? Lcara prefaaaloaal bartaadian froea thm Profaaslosal &c!tot cf tarlesdlaa mnd ll'.tols-y mn4 "ears L"e yon learn." CoEsssertUl bmt la claaaroova for total vpa?lanc. Contact Caax EdcLhosaa, V2'J-&Z17 or S23-2S36 after -i:C3 wailL?-? aiao available. p. Cocktail HELP. DOISINOS PIZZA NEEDS DEHVEUY PEOPLE. DHIVEH3 AVEHAGE f5.f7 PE3HX VEHY rtiirLE i:cu7.3. i:uot i:.v.t cv.n CAX AJTLY AT Z 3 W. CO S !AHY C3 CAU. S23-t2SS AfTXa 4:C3 H-l. Cp? r awf V W THINKING OF AS? THINK AARON ... AARON LnXHAHY SERVICES. Profe,to:'y typed martuacrt;ta tor the tud.r. who know,- hat h t Ara ta grt en A. AAHON UTLHAHY SERVICES U foca!?J In NCN3 FUia txhlr.d Papaaayoa. Ca3 917127D. ARE YOU HUNGRY AND IN A HURRY? Stop by THE FAST CREAK Snatk Cat in the Student UrUon. Conatulatlana to H.R. FkHjif. hn Coofte, Ue CpitQ, ead Kay Surratt for thrlr wlttnlng auettiona. flraae come by 3S23 Steelt Ewii-na ta coSed pour prtiea. Thatika ta ev-erj-one for pouf CTfaiKt rpoffi! THE DATING DANK New, rrjitirrtd. prosreaaK-e, aetvins the fonciy, mmantd Ix"; by ma8. 1 ISli, Wmaton-Sakm. NC 27IC2. I4611S7I. f:v : t, r. av r. f r me i . i 1 tf '-'..'- Tn I ! s. .t i ' t t f. ' , r ' i . .. Vt" j c" ' i l .. t. t. ' '. , kmi -T. . I .1. i. ".mid i;:imr i.c, '--m:: u , 2 t - , j,t. :im- 'i t . 1. .. . fe'-J. kx :. -n. I. . i '1 . s. . i ' 1 ' t- : f.C ;' .! I1 , UAMRl TO f " f t.s t. If V t . r . : t t v 'II.'-;. ' t. , c I i . f . : ' j f ; '"...'n' s , 4 , I e I - M ,., f III' - J i i ' i ' 1 t . r f t - ; 1 1 1 I - - w t . OPEN U HOUIS I Flssks for football games I TEXfiCcT g'-V 1 Keg & Ice delivery reservations ' J '" l'il&s 0 L' ;- I Nancy Clary scored from 35 feet and North . Carolina ' recorded ' its sixth shutout of the season as the UNC women's soccer team defeated Virginia Tech 1-0 to win the inaugural Soccer Bowl '80 tournament Sunday in Washington, D.C. The Tar. Heel offense struggled without the services of tri-captain Janet Ray field, who hyperextended her left leg in the first half of the opening game, but the defense rose to the occasion, blanking both Tech and Carolina's semifinal opponent, Virginia, 1-0. "The tournament was good for maturing our players, particularly on defense," UNC coach Anson Dorrance Mioe iirotrep eaoeo reported An unusually high number of students have been treated for strep throat at the Student Health Service recently, an SHS doctor said Monday. SHS Dr. James McCutchan said doctors have teen treating six to eight cases a day. "We're treating more than for free coffee and conversation with students, faculty and all others interested. UNC Student Goverameat announces a second presidential debate a campus elections forum featuring student representatives from the Anderson, Carter and Reagan camps. The forum will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Pit. Gregg Vanes, elections board chairman, will moderate. Audience participation is solicited. ' AO Campos Weekly . Prayer Mrttitig Everyone is welcome and encouraged to come and pray for your campus. A panel discussion on "Wkat Happened ia New Y of V: The 1980 Democratic Ctmreatioa" will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday in room 109 Carrboro Town Hall. Panelists will include local Carter and Kennedy delegates and top Democratic Party officials. . ' The Sailing Club's Racing Team will meet in room 206 of the Union at 2:30 Wednesday. Serious racers please attend. Lambda, the Carolina Cay Association's newsletter, will meet Wednesday at 5:30 in room 202 of the Union. The Senior Class Committee will meet Wednesday at 4:45 p.m. in the South Gallery meeting room of the Carolina Union. The Undergraduate History Association presents Dr. E. Willis Brooks speaking on "Russia and World War II." Everyone interested please attend at 7:30 in 306 Saunders. Check theso SPECIAL LOW PRICES! Not d 35-24 02.C0 CG1 35-24 $3.25 C110-12 01.01 C1 10-24 $2.49 CG1 10-24 $3.10 There s More in Your n I TWO TICKETS for South Side Johnny and the Aabury Jukea. Price negotiable. Cfl after 11:33 a.m. 933-5815. TOR SALE: 1972 Mod.! S0 CC Honda. The b?e la in exceHent condUton. iZOO or bea cHer. Ik! met and owner'a manual Included. Ca3 933-8263. crn:::3 ereah cntRss to kassau mmd Freeport. tacfadea tea ti'.p to aad frona KUatl mmd aU foodL Plica Jet U l2trtad ctl Dstli at f 57-? 173. EEAUnrUL CNE-VTAR-CLD Udt'a whe sold Se&o tjuartt waich. Keepa perltct t'.me. Originally I3C3. 3 aril for half prkr. C&3 Drenda at DOCTORS HOSflTAL CREENS aufhentic am. med. Ij. tora panfa II3.5S. Send 1 1. CO post & handl. Send to: PatU EX ISIS Ft. Laud. tit. zzm. FILE CAEINET FCH SALE-to drawer kttef ale 27" a IS' i" a H',i.' Che?-nie t.e but tn axceSent condition. Want lit. Ca8 933-2332. AQUARIUM I On SALE complete 13 8a3.i eel-aip t-wluJ.nj tat;', bottom f.'.:r. t::t fcaaa, 3 fret atjtifve. purr-j. b!rr, net, and tJiermomeitrr. jt 123. CtIS 933-2SS2. UNnNISfiOJ FUnr.ntr.r-Wa have mora cf It than er?yMe tn CKjl II I. De'a, choir a, bookcatea. a?vJ taM-a. Tiai 3 Pint. CreerHUwo St., Carrboro f 12-2317. 13 5 D.ourI uh tf, ai. USED rtRMTURE-We hae mi cf a the anyone tn H-nh CiX'Ae. D4k, t..Lra. che:a. acka, tJs'.Ua. a4 chi.'t- Tta! 3 pot. eet-'r St.. Cantoro 912-2.17. .i.i")t t..t ad. ... ' I i I : cr : m i-a t t -v . y t z r nc rm If, t A ! J t .' , . i t 1 . - , - J ( - v a. J I - i .- f . ' ' V 1 ' ) I " 1 t T I i': i L a 12, it, I J ; !.' !' ! ! f ' i ! t , c i ; - . t ; J I i - I ' . 1 . t " a .I , f i ; a . ' .(. f . a, t . , j . , . 1 ' - ' 1 1 -1 1 il said. "The defense isn't dways involved in the game if it's a -rout, but it was tested by Tech and it held. The two shutouts in a row ere indicative of its improvements since last year." Although all of UNC's games were close, Tech gave Carolina the greatest difficulty, Dorrance said. "Tech didn't shoot that znuch, but they dominated 50 recent of the game," he said. "They had nice players and the flow cf the game wasn't curs. I'd say Tech dominated the first half and we dominated the second half." Liz Crowley provided the only scoring in the semifinal agrunst the Cavaliers with a goal off a Kerry Judd corner kick. we would expect, not large numbers. It's not an epidemic,1 ' he said. Most students treated complained of sore throats and the symptons of a cold. After strep throat, which is contagious, has been correctly identified by a throat culture, it is treated with antibiotics. ' The treatment should continue for ten days to prevent any recurrence of the illness. "Strep is usually common in January when the daylight is short. It's 91 (degrees) outside with summer weather. This many cases is unusual," McCutchan said. - FRANCES SILVA Golf team lea do tournament BOONE After first-round play, the UNC womcii's golf team is leading the Blue Ridge Invitational with a team total of 298. Wake Forest University is second with 306 and Marshall University in Huntington, W. Va., is third with 309. UNC's Cathy Reynolds, who won last on TOD f3 J t UUL s. COUPON EXPIRES rV fv ! LIMITED TIKE OFFER f 20 Exp. Color Film ... Developed and Printed Kodacdor GAf (Foraign Film $339 Inciudad) VALUABLE COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER good thru 93080 ;Studant Stores; J f 0 f 1 , coupon mm jAv J. -jS '" 'i I tW iwfc w ft. ra 12 Exp. Color Fiim Developed and Printed , I Kodaedof GAf Fugl (Fpralgn Film Not Includad) $239 good thru 93060 VALUABLE COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER Student Stores T Lj sa Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, KC 27514. Ail ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by 12 (noon) one business day before ad Is to run. FOOTBALL TICKETS: Need 3 tkketa to Caofca. Marvland came. Pkaaa call Sharon at 933-1721. FREE CUTE CLACK & brown male peppy 9 wetka oid. CaU alter 2 pm. 9I2-4C2&. EUYING GOLD AND SILVTH FO.l CASH! Klna, netkiacea, cold and ai.'vet coSna, atrrLfij. damea Home and Son, 1C2 E- Weevrr St. Carrboro 13-5:23 M-F 13-1 Sat. 9474SS3. EASY HONEYi HI pt IK.C3 fW dfa paaa t tie I!arvtan J f sa!I C"l David alter 11:12 pea or kor C-23 a at at 1 12-6127. V.vrty, Fca atetperatal for rent luxury Ar.Rrn-.Er.T icn nrrrr. : 3 aaoata fireplace, air. deat VaRt. Cer-tej. V.aRUag tfieteoaca f aeaBy-, aarry rRIet oai ba rottte. Ca.3 altar Spjf e j jt n ONE CEEROOM APT. TO SURLCT: Av,Sl!e Oct. 1. As ct(i,ii'fit. caMevU.a awtmmiwi pool, ! on b tre. 121 pet nx.nt.S. Depo4 aeyifiable, call Vt.?-912i aft fm. Aveatte Ir lfr,rr f,at tcv;;p'y. Om b---'oon parsn.r..t. 1 ' y a'tetc, n ke !-. f-rA, laundry Ln a. Ca.'J-tt, &; t ai-J taa'rt fcrntahe.! Catle 4ki ovailrfSIe. Ca3 ZVZ M-n.-Ss. IDt. AVATLARLE t'i'MAII LY 2 t fo-j-y ; r:n-r!. 2 rs.i! fofn t . C 5 f.rX'-tr.J f 27J r"r;-''.' . i.:..i Ci t'fri tfolme ' S 7 " i 7 c f '.r.-'. LOOM AVAR..:: ft.-r-N T- n H $73moft-h. f '- f t (1 . -v . fVc t a , Ea- Sp ai d. a net. TUO J IRt.fxrt f.OYALP .:c AJ"T. . i L t 't l-r .,!.?. :?! (. --"-a . n, t: AT I I ! i t -e a " - ? ' I fc - T ) ! " '1 . t S E ) ?, , ' - S: - ! 1 : Clary scored twice and Sarah Marr added a third to spark a come from behind 3-2 Tar Heel victory ever James Mzdiscn in the first round. Dorrance said Clary filled much of the void caused by the loss cf Rayfkld. "Nancy was outstanding all wj:k lore, he said. "She's showing a lot of ability. Liz Crowley and M?3 Mills were great on defense." The. three wins raised Carolina's record to 7-0. The team faces UNC , Wilmington at 6 p.m. Saturday on Fetzer Field. GEOFFREY MOC Field hockey oujfers lose The UNC field jockey team was less than successful in this weekend's Connecticut Invitational, where it lost both matches. Host Connecticut blanked Carolina 5-0 in the first round, and then the Tar Heels lost a close battle witJi Vermont, 1-0, in the consolation game. week's tournament, is tied for the lead with a score of 71. Individual scores for the rest of the team were: Jill Nesbitt, 72; Lucy Lofiand, 75; Mareen Long, 0; and Linda Mescan, 82. GGUITt AIT 1 COUPOtt CXPtP.ES 20 Exp. Slides .,.r. Developed " Kodaooior GAP (Forafjs f'Atm $- 39 good thru VALUASLC COUPON tSUlT ACCOMPANY C'CI 'Ctudsnt Ctsrcsi Sf' V' !W 'V m -m m m 'S. COUPON XPI? t uaittD mi CFFta 24 Exp. Color Film Developed and Printed Kodacotof GAP Fugl (Foreign tilm $309 No Inctoded) j f ALU'JE CC'v'PCH J3T ACCOMPANY OKCCK good ru tnoto , 1 - f rf A u.u.ni wtwUi aJ EPF W. ConraiuUtlona n becoming a Ft Kappa A'; ha I'vit. IH b la tourh tn eome way later on. ivt remember that EIG SI'iTL la weuhinj pout IS: Fm drK'tna 133 tSa )ut to aee you, ao vm Utter not tt tn tro-l!e tlrfie! St e after the Marv-Und gswe. -K. USA LUC. MOO SI I, fXT-UHO. Lvvnie, Jn Jn. F. Ga t. lit! f. t Sant'y. dwla. L-23. and the ml f the pert Af-ha Delta i'f a. Go bananaa avth out grtct ,l'ijt tUaat Conrata -iJ-rf VU d'ma j-kkI! L-xto LVfra! I rr.-a y'aU C l(AP?Y nnTHDAY OARCYn-lom Ui AI pout dift'-i"7 rL !.v. b.sa tt ev been a 1Urd Pay'a f. ..: i"") dost ll yu y tie I: -) Rid taay oa lS-je M-nir.eer neat ircn!.H. ty tatrt. kaep rr,.;.a', ar4 m! cf a 3 have a avpet . TO MY IRCGEST FAN. MYRA: Ha; Cst.Vtey and Ihanka t tho ChiUtmaa cms!. P. R. Tl -la for t?. r-n-e a-t bak riJa. L! ! H ajain ao"n. i.yeer. 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