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Ved2sd3y. November 5.' 10307Th3 Dc'y Tsr Hsc!5 Nonh Carolina football coach Dick Crum says the biggest injury his team suffered in a 41-7 loss to Oklahoma last Saturday isn't something that can be treated by conventional medicine. "Normally when you're defeated that badly, about half your people come out of the game in ambulances," Crura told reporters Tuesday at his weekly news conference. "But the most serious injury we had was a bruised ego." v The Tar Heels had a long afternoon at Norman's Owen Field as the Sooners ran for 495 yards against the vaunted Carolina defense and bounced UNC from the undefeated ranks. Dut there was no mourning at Crum's news conference, and no one was making, any excuses. Businesslike has become a catch-phrase arouncl Kenan Fieldhouse this year and it was business as usual for Crum and his players Tuesday. "The Oklahoma game is over with now," tight end Shelton Robinson said. "Now, wc haye to prepare for Clemson. The most important thing right now is winning the Atlantic Coast Conference." 1 f: The Fleming Center has been .1 r a t A - J A - to women cf ell aes...- at a reasonable cost .m & vm niwwwWf TK M'wwit a. Very czZj r;rc;7 tzzZa Evcnls! tirCi - The Fleming Center... we're Informational Meeting and Panel Discussion by Former Participant rJcch Uovc 5 Toy Loncc , "EXHILARATING!" ' ' ' . Volker A New Iir.Cf1R0LirW.THEgTlE 25 words or less Students 'i. 75 . Non-Students 2.75" Md St fc ch additional word 1.00 otort (ur boxed fed or botdlac typ 10 percent dicount Jisf i run 5 cocutiv day rtmmmm FVta Vary Cloawfy ar-. Wm SLLF-DUXNSC WORKSHOP FOH WOMLN. Sat., Nov. 8, 9 am-noon. Practical, physical, and non-physical itlenm methods. Inatructed by a ft ma! wll-dekm expert. You ow It to your '.(. R abler now! Durham WCA, 6t3-43"6. 1 f 1 Crslaw. Co ss I. t ft&o-ct m tti? tn crtJ' rtf.x vfTdt. WHAT 13 SCNIOH SEAHC1I V,ZLK1 Street Uw, Travt afier graduation. resume-WK-rlSing, telling yourt'i (Interview tkU). food. 5-5 pra W, Th 11:13 V.LI.X 2C2 2C4 Union, dttt ol COME PASTY AND SKI! 5uSM'tnh VT. n. 5-10. i".'2 rale: sbpeU condo't. Meetlnfl VVfd.. Nov. 12, 9 C3 in Union 07. Call Wstt 967-9101 or Michel 933-7943 (or rerrvtkm. I lJZAnm I CCri Y J present a '.:.. how nd t..".4 l her e'KirSeK:t t'i iuminer medical rri!.a.s,tonry b) Z'.;t. A3 Iknd and Interested r-e'-, art tnSu J to th V .'. tknm pi'kr at Z D ton' ,ht. LOST CM CCTCr.m 23. ICO. Cut contscl leiif l tan v.v' c t.H wa?;et, cWncf, etc. i, j-ftfi. C.J c-l'..n1 (1) 2S7-2;tl nr (19) 3. v-'if at p.o. c ::3, WaneMoa. N C. 27i'".'l. f r.' i m;c 11. :),f,'ii t; n .Ct y ' el" I : ; ; it!i(t i: , ot. : : 1. 1 , i. s , ci . j; 'li. ( YT.' .Y ' t c .r. I 1 U:..r 1- r V. . 1. r, . ' . C. 1 J i, ,j( ' ( 1 e- i. K t : a i: v, : i it ti r. i:i. It ' V'a i.-. It i . C"l ' - i 1 I t? I (,' : c :. i : :ia v . t r ! - I ' ' A C t 1 ' V i . t' t ' . - 1 ' f n P1 "1 don't think the Oklahoma game was the most important game of our season," Crum said. "Our conference games are much more important." "Crum brushed aside the first loss of the season much as he had brushed aside the seven preceding wins. Crum said the Sooners were able to defeat Carolina so soundly because of their great execution. (fir- 12 "Oklahoma operated the wishbone as effectively as that offense can be run," he said. "They have such great speed that the linemen don't have to hold the blocks long before they're by you." "The thought that came was 'How can these people have two losses,' " he added. "They could have beaten just about anybody in the country Saturday." . As a result of the loss, Crum and the Tar Heels are now faced with the here for you slnco 1974.. ju - MM ltiA aaHIh A VWk central Iirzrs here when you need us. 1 " I Vincent Canby. Mw York Tim J AKswFUmEy 'it : C fed Spengler as Elvira Weishaupt Yorker Films Release c 1980 a o LOST A ROYAL BLUE K-WAY raincoat. Folds up Into a hippack. Important. Abo a dark brown wallet. Very important. Call Steve Brown 933-3SSS Rewards. LOST SHEPARD MIX 55 LB. 10 mot. old. Lott Sat., Nov. 1 near Manns Chapel Road. 7 mile South of Chapel HJ1. Reward 933-7CZ3 FOUND: KEYS, SUN., NOV. 2 2:30 pm between Stacy and Circus Room. Call 933-6Z&5 or come by 213 Mclver and Identify. FOUND: ONE PA1.1 OF GLASSES on the edge of Franklin St. across from Ye Old WaS Shop. Call and identify. 933-7643. Ask for Mark. FOUND: CHOW! SUEDE JACKET. Found between lower & upper quads last Thurs. night. C3 Cette: 929-3604. FOUND ONE KEN'S DIGITAL WATCH Sat. Morning on sidewalk leading to Morrison. Initials scratched on back. To Identify call 933-4339 after 5 pm and ask for Kim. FOUND: MELBA GISSON'S ADDHESS BOOK In Beard flail. It was turned In to lost & found at the Union Desk. LOST: A UNIVERSITY KEY. Between Columbia and FliUboro on Comeron (beside Carolina Inn). On or near road. Gold key wl.h an S" on It. Call i-CS of 3-&C3 WANTED: NON-SMOKING UMIS at suljcts In paid EPA bf:i.iR3 experiments on the UNC Cll campus. Total time commitment Is 10-15 hours. Including a fee physical esamloasion. Fay ts tS.CO pr hotar. V.' need t.et?.:-y rk. a i$-43 with no atktet mi m L-,fjvf. Call t-$ l'icm.'Tii. for mor k;lirmiitkn, S-S-1IS3. Dcrr::;o,3 rzzz. r k. I ;:i!s c&iclo for ftj -J ffrt tl-aa rot k. - rtltS.I9tjr.A'TV t f -ra tiCt pa at C3 i. ilaarf. 5 -1 3-C BASYtrmn V.wNTI D. I t ha car. G4 pay. Ilurt i3 vry. $i7"4CX r.-r : rev d c.:r.3 Ar.::C-.T3 f . .!..' " - I r-1: . r r f . r t . : : . .-.'- ,3 1 ttr3 enfi f:assa of Ali-tivUt, CftstUJ c C. r i ..r - S V;.. ; i : !i . ' fi - Irs s t L i 12, Cr- " S I' ! : 1. 1 y" .9 challenge of bouncing back against Clemson, a team Carolina hasn't beaten , since 1976. The teams played to a tie in 1977 and Clemson has won the last two meetings. "Clemson has been having ups and ' downs," Crum said. "They've settled down and the defense is a typical Clemson defense. We'll have to come back and play a very solid football game." " We're not going to let one game get us down," Robinson said. "We'll be ready to play and we'll just try to go out and play like we did in our first seven games." ' Crum said Tiger quarterback Homer Jordan is the key to the Tiger offense. "He has more speed than any of the I-formation quarterbacks we've faced." The Carolina Union Presents an AT 1 H t 1 i 1 ' i 1 t Tcro Occlio c5 Video Tcpc.Fan ;10Guc3 In c!l! ' ; ' : " FROM DOONESBURY TO BULLVNIO-E! All shows in Upper Lounge of Union. Complete list of shows at Information Desk and on posters around campus. Encoptlonal ' Opporlunitie WE OFFER starting salary up to $17,000 in crease up to $26,000 in 4 years 30 days paid vacation annually fully financed graduate programs superior family health plan more responsibility and leader ship opportunities world wide travel and adventure prestige and personal growth po . tential . ' Most Liberal Arts Majors Are Eligiblo Th3 Navy CfHecr Information Team will ba cn campus: 11 Hovcmbsr Csrccr Planning end Placement Ask your Placement Officer to set up an Interview with Navy Representative or call 1-C00-CC2-75C3 for further information. EOUTlHiASTXN CC7"C NATION cceUs; salui reprcacmUthra ta work mpmm mmd otar cosssBsa&y aaarkct, Lkiaf for ladlvldoal latorostcd la trorllaa t!ro,&et cSa fears. Cira.?! corasaiaaloa wll:k ozcelicat atoaatary potcstlaL Sot yosw own feovro aowlag lartatod woatiaig aftporci. Call coSoct 2:5-254-3231 ask for Upea Nelaoa. AST11MA subjects needed for drug study at UNC School of Medicine. Need women not of child bearing potential, men of all ages. Will pay J2C0 at completion. Call 966-4S31 for details. OVERSEAS JOBS Summeryear round. Europe. S. Amer., Australia, Asia. AH Fields. SS00-S12CO monthly. Sightseeing. Free Info. Write: IJC Box 52-NC1 Corona Del Mar, CA 92625. WWW ROO?4?4ATE WANTED for 3 bedroom apt. One mil from campus. Rent S27 per month, plus u0.iea. Own room 59-1 S34. RESPONS1-LE NONSMOKING PERSONS to share c our try horn 2 mSes from UNC. Firep lace, washer, dryer, acre pond, wooded lot, private room. 145. leasedeposit V utilities. Call 929-97S7. NEEDED: KfALCrOIALE ROOM4TE for apartment between carnpwi and Unrv. f3 on F bus rout own room t3.C3 month plus Vi utiliOaa. C3 Ar.Jy 9i2-:C3 or S29-2XS FEIiALE CHAD or prcf.-siknl desires same to thart 2 Eil pt a bs-liat. 1 12 (tut VI etZlUes. S 7-4273 twites- UZZZAL miME rtOOMMATE WA.NTED to share two btdtQQm apartment. Prefer ersdprcL;iiaftL Cum, ta carr.yu. 1127.1.3 plus A iids. C3 S;5lr73 Ser 5:C3. Av&iUe mU-Dcetritr. FEIIALE ROOM ATE NEEDED For ke Itinsswood apt. t?.C3 r? to t-ic!et. tmmad. t,-r".-ist7. Csl Li cr Donna, S i7-7 314 - TWO NEAT, RESPONSIBLE FEMALE IlOC.'tMATtS i-nte4 ta shara Eatea P&k t,-t. 1 i7 per roonti .toa .'-!:-. On th l-tss rwuta. C 1 i i-3. SJ 'tf'-.j' As for the prospect of entering Clemson Memorial Stadium, fondly referred to as "Death Valley," Crum feels his team won't be intimidated. "Anytime you get involved with playing games with the crowd, you can't win," Crum said. "It upsets your team and adds fuel to'the flame." "The Oklahoma crowd was pretty noisy," Tyress Eratton 'said. "Clemson can be loud, too, but I don't think it will bother us. "Anytime you lose like we did, it hurts your pride," Bratton added. "You just want to play another game." "The chance to be 1 1-0 is behind us now," Robinson said. "We just have to fight our hardest now to be 10-1." Mancgsmont CURRENT J OPPORTUNITIES . . Nuclear Engineering ' Business Management Aviation Law Nursing Medical School Scholarships Intelligence Civil Engineering Shipboard Operations FOR SALE: 1967 INTERNATIONAL PICK-UP. New exhaust system, new snow tires, great bed rebuilt carborator runs well S750.C0 or best oSer call Andy 942-4203 or 929-2035. THE COMPETITOR BY O'BRIEN. 1 used It a couple of times this summer-still like new. If s a classic slalom ski! Best oiler 933-8265. MUST SELL: GRANVILLE EAST CONTRACTS SPRING '81. Roommate and I are moving out. So you can BYOR. Call 933-1781 and beat the housing crunch! EELT BUCKLES AND STRIPS. A3 popular styles and colors (including madras strip). First quality, in stock (No ordering). Price as low as J2.C0 buckle, 1.60 strip. Call Tommy at 942-4939. . f . . If $ Hr m BUYING GOLD AND SILVER FC3 CAStf! Rins, necklaces, gold and silver coins, sterling. James Home and Son. 1C2 E. Weaver St. Carrboro 10-5:33 M-F 10-1 SaC.967-6SC0. DESPERATELY NEEDED: on ust pass to Virginia gam. Call Susan 933-3431. NAVAJO TRADING POST Buytng Gold & Silver! 10. 14. Ilk; g&U Jeweby. and dental sold. Biiying diamonds one carat & over, and sterling silver. 510 W. FranCla 929-C2S3 NEED RIDE TO WILMINGTON area this weekend (Nov. 7). Can kave by 11:15 am. V. J share expenses. Ca3 Ars;'- at 933-i23S. I NEED A RIDE to Miami (or thereabout) oa Tue. 1125 for ThanksHlfj brt.k. Wi3 th usuaL C3 912-7618 and ak for Hrlr. NEED CM TIG1ET to th Carolina vs. Ckm game. C3 942-1414 after 3. CO. NEED A RIDE TO CCLU?:2L? Tm fcs-.-trg ' Thurs. aftrrTMon. rmjnsing tun. fired sorr!4fone to t;'-t ct. C3 9:2 57:2. a., ci so?wce cvni a ;: ntAS! v. -3 hv traiM ports tioa to and froaa ALsaka, kA tOg for you, plmc to ttsy. Makt money, set Alaska! CaS J M . TrnK nnc::.CY (rtT... ::ri ArAir:::j,.T h r r ' h(x.i. 'it, 1 ) t4-.:.3i to c " .t. cal. si . .f'f f.vjvi, f :'-'-. tlU t- '. J-j i.'. . . A -. '-' 1213. CI A . .' 1 f t "-ri--' octt ; t-y. Oe li..ii : , r-r. 1 ' .'..-. t,n I -s I e. f I. I. y f t. C-i-; :f. . - J v.'"' f iv. .. - J. C- r,.j t Zl. I i a.--4t. 13 ! 3 f Irish iVo 1 in poll; j UNC tumbles to 14th 1 From wire rt;?art3 The Fighting Irish cf Nctre Dzrr.z replaced Alabama as the No. I tern in this week's Associated Press cc!!?;e football poll, while North Carolina dropped from sixth to 14th fcHowir.s its 41-7 loss to Oklahoma. Notre Dame's climb to the top ended Alabama's seven-week stay at No. 1. The Crimson Tide wss dfczted 6-3 Saturday by Mississippi Stale. Georgia, which defeated South Carolina 13-10, is at No. 2, followed by Florida State, Southern Ca!, Nebraska, Alabama, Ohio State, UCLA, Pittsburgh and Perm State. Notre Dame and Georgia are the only unbeaten, united teams left in Division I. Southern Cal is 6-0-1. .Oklahoma tops the second 10, followed by Michigan, Brigham Young, North Carolina, South Carolina, Baylor, Purdue, Southern Methodist, Mississippi State and Florida. 7f --cyi;4tM?fc- 1 Cfcarteton Hoston Scsarrh Ycr5c fl H '41 . . . w3 Shwvs cf 7:20 9:30 -tww ft I HOtPSCOTCH Shows at 3:15 -'7:15 -9:15 CAROLINA CLASSICS SERIES Ray K.and end Grsca Ke.'y In "dial Fon r.unozn"; Matinees at 3:00 5:10. L A representative will be on the campus WEDNESDAY , N0VE!,!BER 12, 1980 to discuss qualifications for advanced study at All . c sac j ats tzimzi ' and job opportunities in tha field of U1TIZNATIONAL MAJlACIMT Interviews may be scheduled at CAREER PLANNING & PLACEMENT AMEXICAN CRAOUATI SCHOOL CF INUSTIONAl HAKXZZX.ZU1 Thunc!srL!rd Csstpys Clandsla, Arlxona Classified ads may bs placed at the DTI! OITiccs or mailed to the DTH Carolina Union C55A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. All ads must bs prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by 12 (noon) one business day before ad is to run. HELP SEND THE UNC SAILING TEAM to the SAISA Champlonsh'p . Cvy a ticket In th tremendous "Win It" ra running through FrL noon when th winners names will be drawn. Tickets avaHablt In from of Student Union. I DESIHE INFORMATION on who crunched th back ri-ht fender of my red Flat In S-5 parking. Call 967-4643 after 6 pm. rcri i. ll&??y Clrtkday. yemr ltl bo t!j kst over. IZA. HA2XL GREEN EYES, 1 lova your freea cords! Thanks for th card and album. You ri&ke every day very tpeclaL Lots of love! Clark Kent. JULES You dear lush-hjspy rsSneteeB years! Hope this i3 be on of your most specUl birthdays. W love you! Pwly, f Cat rtm. Larry Lover, Th Qukt One, Our Scphomor , and Dee Dee. BETH 2 month and we're ti3 tpcaling to esch other! Thanks for everihSng. Love ya Eibe, 232. CHAZ I wish w could have gotten tojsiSer FrL n!-ht at th bag but I r ti.-.Ti have ci-sr now that you have a c--led: Lev ca i Zt. . AHMED OPEC: W met Frt. ef4 at Fwrfa. What do you look Lk behind th dark (lasaes? A procpectiv conciiV.T. WANTED: STEVX. a Sr. RTUT I mtjar end rrt time fhotvj?i: her. W met at th D'.a Ta Dia semii;rmL Fd l'-e to UU som mor. Ilr; ' personals. A. Jr. RTUi'lETI. CATERLTi L. Ctwwr Kpl Tl ftor ey so be H Lis bom awamp. Keep rhos tlo r,'a cksr an! refnember that yoa pt tt'A to tr. Vi. SXMJL ' ' liTTLE EO WENCE-rm sorry eur ins? has Wen aothteg but a fw fowrewurt tos ad tj.M eoeduiona, I d-i kv you. VVy awcSw lUtrewa 11:1. Eii'Aii'v! LUE; tlika your wisest ittii CmstA c4 1 have, titst I own, try C -let, a, 1-3 1 Isjs. r a it I t-r$. Uv !v r:t, l' fititJInHC'V t!,' -t. U j-c?ii c J r t, t'-- f i ': f t'. Cil t J -' rcrtfltisll til M 1 i 1 r a-t. It r e I 'u' 't . .' :t 1 1 ; f 1 ye kv r I r s,.t I if t, . j c !.- snort M ,' it I as. S I It j .J tle -1, U i C ; .."':- v Fi.it t-1! t L A""J E. 5 I" v t.rc-;, I :x f. tf c. ..:-. : 1 1 .1 a r : m-. s it r ; r " t - -: ? a't f , " I.?' t ' I 1 iiv a Ji' ,' . U,iM." "' - c: :c:::.ai"".r : r i.t i a- l ! . iti t. ' - ? r C ' ;,l CC.t 1 1 . i 1 1 1 - : , -i t - s - 1 jt ttt -rtrt l,.. f I ... ' . , ... I . . . . . S - .... ... .11 i V J.:" ' 1. f tt ""f it : 'II. 1 I 1 i t 1 j'. t! T . i IC 1 ' " t , t i t f 8 it 1 ( J t I I . L ! T V i . . . v V, ''.'.l it ; ) ,f ! I f 1 " f : t t f : 1 'ii ; 3 if ; 1 ! ' ' . I J t 4 '. t l i '. ! ' i I t t I :.' - - ' .. f i : Th Ncrth CsrcHr.2 men's soccer .t;:m bcks to rebound from Saturday's 4-0 vzzt less to N.C. State and to rcrr.iin in the running fcr an NCAA bid v.'.:;n it t'kes cn William II h!iry at 3 p.m. tcliy t Fctzer Field. : : Wul -m & Mary will be one of the Tar s season. At one point eirly in the s;ascn the Indians were ranked 11th in the nation, hhcu;h they dropped recently. The Tar Heels stand 15-3-1 overall and 2-1-1 in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Coach Anson Dorrance said the loss to State won't eliminate Carolina from title hopes. "The ACC is still up for grabs," Dorrance said. th f! r u -fh. i r f "" " " trey 5.00 ec .', SflfJ 7:15 "tT"'w GOLCi.c HAUN as -' ii . 4 1 1 4 n I 1 ! 3:f0 5:10 7:10-9:10 i' - jill Ktr ;claycugh "iliCr ?tow ChCAlng 3:15 5:10 7:C5 0:OC T T Y Y T" f 4 ?4 L"Ll-ALiLiLi,4J SOUTHERN DININq , Every Evening , 1 Lunch 1 1:30 em to 2:00 pm. Reservations recommended. 957-7770. j Crown txslnj permit, 0 miles south cf Chapsl Hill cn US 15-501. - V I U tf ! CLAT.X KENT. Thanks for a3 th help studying! Rra-fy for mor M J-Atlntic Championship Wr:::.-j7 Good fcjck on FrUay! Hax Green Eyes. DA?;CI?G BEAR. It's been a year tods. Tim Cist hcn we'r having fun. Thanks for a very Cod year. One who has a weakness for eanctng bears. (Zy th way. thsre out of three ala't bad!) r'UTCH. Can't a to try out that new arm. tlit I can knock over your cok titr aTin. Wtw aVout another a.m. rendeivoua. Your mrd'mwt from N.C. . J. Sorry about Sun. and Hon. TO try to grow up. E th wsy, 1 lov you too. AashoUr. Scott I Thanks for t personal and for tie pogo! Cfaj3 rrotSir-b",ir1ervJ tMr.it I thovti poo j LAST CF T15E fiEW WAVE TO TS1E AHIA O'fS and Pt Kap: Dtepett apok!a. It e a t?ur of th momefi rAe wfch blown wy cf prcponkwi, It wa metr.t to be f-nrty, buy I e j that says a fot IjT rsy Joist. It was never meant to ttsrt or ttpaet a"vo. TH personal was It-'m too ffa.A", ). lis.! very sorry. ACS. ft tl three J tV-n. I Pet. 5 6-7 Snow f -F', 1 1 yti : h t" lv tA th Lft-d. Rsra t.Ia-ilEfH 1:3-23 T.F.C.B. I LY E.U. rATY-C J ti e road rt"v yo hungry? V .,' i a !k c:nnT cn Irk r.-l tfiry your 1 r? Rrj' la person or tJ.roJi proaie. C.. C"-T IVA Cri.D. rry tt-:t t.e !i?hat betog I t It I k4 fri a t.-n Ul Irttolrt Sun. f " . Les't -t t ' ' -fi fxn. Yoa'it t-vprf L .' 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