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Wednesday, February 1 8, 1981The Daily Tar Heel 5
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By KIM ADAMS
Apriile Shaffer and Chariene Boykin
will play their last regular-season home
game at Carmichael Auditorium tonight
when the Tar Heels meet Duke at 7:30.
But that is not why the game will be so
Because the NCAIAW Tournament will
be held at Carmichael in March, neither
Shaffer nor Boykin are making too much
of the fact that tonight's game is their last
regular-season game at Carmichael. This
game is important for more than senti
"We need to win because State could
lose to East Carolina tonight," Shaffer,
said. "If we win and State loses, it would
put us in a tie for first place. The game
tonight will also be a factor for momen
tum going into the state tournament."
"I'd rather have the win for the stand
ings and for the state tournament than"
just because I'm a senior," Boykin said.
"If we can beat Duke and Appalachian
we'll be in great shape."
The Tar Heels, now 14-14, travel to
Boone for their final regular-season
game Feb. 25. But Coach Jennifer Alley
said tonight's game was crucial if the Tar
Heels were to finish the year at .300.
When the time does come for Shaffer
and Boykin to play their final game in
Carmichael it will in fact be sentimental
to them. . .
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INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS MAJORS: Armco
Corporation will prernt a C!ra on February 18.
1931. at 7:30 p.m. In Room 151 Hamilton
Hall. Refreshments uUI b "rvfd.
BUSINESS HOUR SPECIAL at the Union
Bowling Lar.es. Bowl an hour at our discount rate,
get the next half hour FIXE. Mon-Thurs, 9 am-6
SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION TRI-DELTA
SOROK1TY to Rerln3 scholarship to an
undergraduate femaia. Ap&;'icaUons available at
Trl-Dt lia House. Deadline: February 25. Contact
DW Carlton at 967-5267.
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Show Frbruary 21, 7:33 p.m. Memorial HatJ.
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"The saddest part won't be leaving
Carolina, it will be leaving my teammates,"
said Shaffer, a High Point native. "Play
ing here has been the biggest thrill of my
life. It's not something that everyone else
has a chance to do."
"It's going to be special because Apriile
and 1 have been through so much together
over the last four years," said Boykin,
whose home is in Stantonsburg. "I'll
miss playing basketball. It's given me a
lot of friends and it's meant a lot of self
discipline. "When I first got here, I didn't know
whether or not I'd play because I wasn't
recruited. Getting to play helped my
self-image a whole lot. It'll help me later
Though it will be hard for Shaffer and
Boykin to leave their teammates, it also
will be hard for the team to lose them.
"Any time you lose senior leadership
it's hard," Alley said. "Chariene and
Apriile are both guards so their loss will
be crucial to the team. The guard position
is the one that's always hardest to fill.
As team co-captains, both Shaffer and
Boykin have made valuable contributions
to the Tar Heels. Shaffer was only the
third player in UNC history to score 1,000
points. Boykin played the swing guard
and collected several assists each game in
addition to her scoring.
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FOUND OUTSIDE HAMILTON HALL. One pair
of brown octagon glasses, tn blue, dowered, cloth
case with gold trim. Call 933-0187. Ask (or Joe.
FOUND: ONE SILVER CHARM on Franklin
Street near U-Eus stop. Please call 933-4984 and
identify. Keep trying.
FOUND CROSS PEN In GA. 108. Ca'J 929-2367.
LOST: A SILVER CROSS pen with initials CML
on side of pen. Lost Friday 213 In Gardner 10S at
9:00. Great sentimental value. Call Greg at
FOUND: MEN'S JACKET in Peabody Hall,
Sunday Feb. 15. Call Vince at 967-9494 to
LOST: NAVY BLUE KNIT HAT. Lost sometime
after Feb. 6. Thick knit. My head is lonesome!
Cindy Adams, 933-1356, 967-5414.
FOUND ON UNION STAIRS Thursday: Gold
ftled bracelet. Call 933-1677 and describe.
FOUND: RED DOWN VEST. It was left In
Carmichael Aud. Saturday night. Feb. 14th. Call
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OVERSEAS JOBS-Summeryear round.
Europe, S. Amer., Australia, Asia. AH Eelds.
$500-11200 monthly. Shhtseelnq. Free Info.
Write IJC Boa 52 NCI Corona Del Mar, CA
WANTED: NON-SMOKING MALES as subjects
in paid EPA breathing experiments on the UNC
CH campus. Total time commitment to 10-15
hours Including a free physical examination. Pay to
' $5.00 per hour. We need hea!:hy males, ae 1S-43
with no allersk-s and no h&Jert, Ca3 8-5
Mon.-Frt. for more IfiJormatiort. 966-1253.
WANTED CHIEF ENGINEER WXYCTM.
Minimal salary or tat deduction. Resume WXYC
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Tran.portation Guide. U you're Interested, stop t-y
our c. e m Sun U or t3 923 8313. Ask fur
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ADDRESS AND STUFF ENVELOPES AT
HOME. Earnings unlimited. Offer, send $1.00,
Refundable, to: Triple "S". 16243-Z60 Cajon,
Hesperia, CA. 92345.
SCAU NEEDS AN EDITOR tor next year's
Southern Part of Heaven. Interested? Leave name
and phone no. in Suite B this week.
WANTED: FOLKS WHO WANT SOME spirited
fun to coach RAINSOW SOCCER , teams this
season. RAINBOW SOCCER, the most
prestigious recreational soccer program in the
country, is a wonderful way to make new friends
and become integrated into the Chapel Hill
community. Excellent practical teaching and
coaching experience. Practices start Monday,
March 2 ft Tuesday, March 3. UNC Head Coach
ANSON DORRANCE to offering a coaching
clinic, Sunday, Feb. 22, 2-4:30 In the Tin Can.
Interested coaches should call JULIA or KIP at
967-8797, or MIT at 967-9686.
MR. K plays your kind of music: rock, disco, jazi.
new wave. Our music show features live disc
jockey and plenty f power to fill any room or
auditorium. Call 942-5293 for reasonable price.
CHAPEL HILL IN BERMUDA SPRING
BREAK! Enjoy the beautiful day and fcalmy
nights of this bland paradise. Only $315
includes round trip Jet Car. 8 days 7 nights
accommodations, booze cmise, beach parties,
happy hours, mixers and much more. Call
Gordon Sereeniwk at 967-5052, evenings for
SNEAK AWAY: Ski a 3 day and come home to
cudJl up by the fireside In secluded hideaway In
the Great SmoLWs. $33 for 2. $35 for 4 nU!y.
Mountain Crofik Cottages. IU. 2, Box 301, Sylv.
N C. 704 S!IS-4m
WANT TO SHARE TAIUfEXL MAN03 wtth
clean quiet male. Fully farnUhed. Nice
roommate. Cl IZI ZZZ ot 9338131. Boch
fcrr 6 p.m.
SR. ACCOUNTING tUOR NEEDS PLACE TO
Li. Smmet s.Uet and thresh fteUtiKooI year.
Pt!-r ck h campus, CaJ 6:45 to 7;C) ht.
Keep try. j, S23-t-!il.
ROOMMATE WANTED: MaleFem!. share 3
t4tiom v 4 block fiero Camtu.
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Newark and White Plains.
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BAD ROOMMATE? Hate cooking? Far from
campus? Utilities expensive? Try Granville. Mens
contract in co-ed Granville South. Call Larry:
933-7953 or 933-5309. Or call Granville office.
FOR SALE: HARMAN KARDON HK2000
cassette deck.. Excellent condition, Dolby.
Memory, Built-in 12 watt amp.. MPX and
subsonic filters. Must sacrifice. $100. 533-3326.
PIONEER PL-516 TURNTABLE: Semi-automatic
belt drive, strobe, speed adjustment, anti-skate,
cueing device, less than year old, new cartridge.
Call 3-6192; Springsteen ticket also available.
MOTORCYCLE-Suzukl 100. very good
condition. Helmets, car carrier, rack, face shield,
asking $425. Call Steve 967-7265.
WATERS ED Queen size, mattress, liner, heater,
2 sets designer, one set satin sheets, stylish frame
and headboard, asking $325. Call Steve
BUYING GOLD AND SILVER FOR CASH!
Rings, necklace, gold and silver coins, sterling.
James Home and Son, 1C2 E. Weaver St.
Carrboro 10-5:30 M-F 10-1 Sat. 967-6560.
NAVAJO TRADING POST
Buying Go! J it Silver! 19, 14. 15k: gold Jewelry,
and dental gold. Buyfng diamonds one carat &
over, and sterling silver. 510 W. Franklin
We are now accepting a pr Nation fur August.
Fox Croft Apartments $2'M039 or 967 5264.
WANTED: A ROOM at ACC Tournamt m
Landover. U anyone neU an extra peraon, pUe
ca3 Dan at 92 Ml CI. Ptrase keep trtng.
rLL GIVE TWO STUDENT TICKETS and $10 (
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to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
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RIDE DESPERATELY NEEDED TO GASTON1A
or close proximity on 1-85 leaving Thursday 219.
Or ride to Atlanta leaving Thursday 219 and
returning before Sunday 11:00 a.m. Call Mary
929-5063 leave message.
RIDE NEEDED TO FAYETTEVILLE, Friday, Feb.
20 and back to Chapel Hill, Sunday, Feb. 22. Will
share expenses. Call Susan, 933-3266. Leave
RIDERS NEEDED! To AshevaieKnoxvilJe area.
Suffering Senior must take road trip for sanity!
Leaving Feb. 20th around noon. Non-smokers
please! Call Amy, 942-7093.
LES, for the Valentine that never made H. Fm
sorry. For the love and laughs we've shared, 1
thank you. For memories yet to be made. I look
forward. RHO love lasts. I love you. Marko
FRAN. CHRIS. MICHELLE, CATHY; You are the
best friends a person can have. Thanks for hfiping
me through this past "bazaar" weekend. "It's not
over yetr I couldn't have made It without you!
LEGS: Thanks for the greatest Valentine's ever!
Yours. NOT SO SMUG.
MAZEL TOV To Bonnie W. my PJ4 Beta Kappa
Undefinable, with love from your Duke
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JEREMY, Happy Birthday from your favorite
mutilated friend, Lipfred. P.S. This coupon Is good
for twenty-two free birthday slaps on me!
MARK (S BWg. Tar Hel Manor) met you at
Kirk's last Friday-would like to talk agaln-llow
about Friday night, Kbk's. 9:30? Girl from High
DAVID. DAVID, AND CHRIS: Don't yall
think the sugar Is sweeter in suite 409? We had
a great time Triday night and Saturday
morning! Love Linda. Leslie and Nancy.
L. Since H didn't get In on Friday here H to. Your
personal! You have a magic that makes you
ANNE P. Until I met you I dkln'l know I was
km!y. Now with every breath I love you more.
Your secret kve,
KOKOMO KIM, sure ha been fun! B-b3. pizzas,
partying, always aft ea h others retro, looky
here now! Hop fm worth the extra week. Be
home by 11:00 and bring the $5.00! Your
Jt.NNlE: Good luck ag!ni St. Andrew toni ght.
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