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2Tha Daily Tar HeelTuesday, March 31, 1 981
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Student Body President Scott Norberg
reappointed Rochelle Tucker as student
body treasurer Friday, subject to the ap
proval of the Campus Governing Council.
Tucker first took the job when Doug
Shackleford resigned in September 19S0.
Norberg said Tucker's experience would
be a great help to the council because all
but one of the CGC members were new
to the council.
The treasurer's duties include acting as
an adviser to CGC, serving as a member
of the CGC Finance Committee and over
seeing business transactions of the 29 stu
dent organizations funded by Student
Tucker said she decided to apply for
treasurer again because she had worked
with student organizations and gained
experience in getting along with people.
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She also said she had learned much about
the different organizations on campus
and their objectives through her work.
Before working as student body trea
surer, Tucker served as treasurer for the
Black Student Movement.
Tucker said she was excited about re
turning for the coming year. "I guess I
must be a little insane, too."
Norberg said he hoped to appoint an
assistant treasurer Wednesday. The assis
tant treasurer will work day to day with
Tucker to improve communication be
tween Student Government and student
Tucker's name will be brought before
the CGC for approval after a resolution
has been drafted by the Student Affairs
Committee, Norberg said.
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WANTED: NON-SMOKING MALES as subjects
In paid EPA breathing experiments on the UNC
CH campus. Total time commitment is 10-15
hours Including a free physical examination. Pay is
$5.00 per hour. We need healthy males, age 1 8-40
with no allergies and no hiyf?ver. Call 8-5
Mon.-Fri. for more Information. 966-1253.
LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB in the
Triangle with flexible hours and GOOD PAY?
Alternative Moving Systems is hiring movers
for fulltime and part-time work beginning now
thru May. Call 967-5225 for more information.
COUNSELORS FOR WESTERN NORTH
CAROLINA co-ed summer camp. Room, meals,
laundry, salary and travel allowance. Experience
not necessary, but muvt enjoy living and working
with children. Only clean-cut non-smoking college
students need apply. For application brochure
write: Camp Ilnewood. 1801 Cleveland fid.,
Miami Beach, Fla. 33111.
SWIMMING POOL POSITIONS-Town of
Chapel Hill. Taking application thru April 15 for
Lifeguard & or Swim ImtriKtor. & At. Pool
Mjr. Work davsniie vtknds. Pirfr -previous
experience. I ll EGUARt) ($3.35.'hr) requires Adv.
Usvg certktn; work May 18-Sept. 7. SWIM
INSTRUCTOR (S3.40hr) rti.lrv WS1 certtctn;
May 18-Sept. 7 ASST POOL MGR (Stan 13.50
hr; 45hr'wk during wmmnl require WSI
certfttn; Utrf Ap!il-eirly Spt. For all positions.
apiy: PksRec Dept. 20Q l"t.t Rd, Chapel Hill
ATTENTION MEN Excellent summer resident
"camp rnir53 onwtur.isies I f nen lnteie?4
in M-ning yemih age 7-16. guiJg them In their
phyvk at. mental and spuittial dmSopmi-nt. Only
those persons who iil dedicate their
wholrheartrd efforts to help ea h Ittdivkfual child
devt lup la of hf piiletui.il should ; rV- One
must fuive abtlay to tee h tn one of rsiof uf our
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The Tar Heels simply could net muster
the offensive strength needed to get back
into the game, as everything they tried
faltered in the face of "the Hoosiers
Joining Thomas in double figures for
the game for Indiana were Randy
Wittman with 16 points and Landon
Turner with 12. A! Wood led Carolina
with 18 points, and Sam Perkins added
11. Carolina's total of 50 was the lowest
scored in a NCAA championship game
The first half was a tough physical
battle that ended with the Hoosiers taking
a 27-26 lead. Wittman gave them that
lead on a jumper from the corner just
before the buzzer. The half-time lead was .
Indiana's first since it had led 8-6 with
more than 13 minutes left in the half.
The Hoosiers opened the game very
cold and did not score their first field
goal, a tap-in by Steve Risley, until the
Despite the Hoosiers' lack of offensive
success in the game's opening moments,
the Tar Heels only led 8-4 after Risley's
basket. Indiana's man-to-man defense
The Dialectic and Philanthropic
Literary Society will sponsor a forum at
8 p.m. today on the,attempt Monday on
President Ronald Reagan's life.
FanheUenic GcholaroMp offered
The Panhellenic Council is offering a
scholarship, to a freshman woman for
the amount of one semester's in-state
Any currently enrolled freshman
woman can apply. Selection will be
based on scholastic achievement, contri
ed Cross Blood
Pi Beta Phi Sorority and the Chi Psi
Fraternity will sponsor a Red Cross Blood
Drive today in Great Hall..
The drive sponsored by the Alpha Pi
Discover N eiv i
Current undergraduate pre-medical students may now compete for several
hundred Air Force scholarships. These scholarships are to be awarded to
students accepted into medical schools as freshmen or at the beginning of
their sophomore year. The scholarship provides for tuition, books, lab fees
and equipment, plus a. $400 monthly allowance. Investiage this financial
alternative to the high cost of medical education
Contact: TSgt. Bob Payne; USAF Health Professions Recruiting; Suite G-1 ,
1 1 00 Navaho Drive; Raleigh, NC 27609. or call (91 9) 755-41 34.
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union G65A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
DISTRIBUTORS NEEDED, take orders, make
delivery of new portable safety alarm. For more
Information write to: S.P. Distributors, P.O. Box
668. Chapel IKIl. N C. 27514, (Include telephone
MALE COUNSELORS. NEEDED at Camp
Easter for physically handicapped. Must be at
least 18 years and willing to live at Camp
Easter. Contact David Landolt at (919)
SEEKING MODELS FOR ADVERTISING
PROMOTION In Chapel Hill. Must look good
In twlmsuits. To S15 hour. Dallas
Cheerleaders. 6211 W NW HY27C3, Da"as
NEED EXTRA CASH? Wash dkhes four days a
week for 10-15 sir I dinners only. Call Karen at
967-9529 before noon or after 4 p.m.
STOCK MARKET POSITION openin9 for
graduate as Assistant to Director of Research of
Durham based securities firm. Secretarial skill
required, accounting and economics helpful.
Excellent opportunity to karn about the stock
market. Salary plus commission when registered.
Send resume to Mrs. Saunders. P.O. Box 1492.
Duiham N.C 277C2.
ATTENTION GRAD AND HONORS
STUDENTS. Aaron Service will rvp your papers
at a dACount. That's ri;4. a IQTi dcourit on
lht artd d:ertatiofi. If you want it riqht, tsrinj
It to Aaron Uterarv Servk es. NCN3 Plaza. .
HELIUM TILLED BALLOON BOUQUETS
'DtXTk'EItED lot apeclal sxcaskw lust lot fun.
'teg clowns available. Ak about our student
spei-ul. Ca3 iUr-oons and Tun S 47-3 113.
CO?! FLUTE BESl'ME EISV1CE3 at
BUSINESS SI'ECIALTIES, !C4 Hfo
Sfc'eet. We specialize to rrsuma prepar:UiC Ve
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kept the game close while its offense
sputtered. " , . '
Carolina ran off eight straight points to
open a 16-8 lead and kept the advantage
until a Hoosier run of six evened the score
The game stayed fairly even from then
until halftime, Wittman's shot giving the
Hoosiers the advantage as the half ended.
Carolina outshot Indiana from the
field in the first half, hitting 50 percent to
only 37.9 percent for the Hoosiers.
Carolina only made nine of 25 shots in
the second half; however, Indiana hit 12
This year was the sixth time Smith had
brought a UNC team to the Final Four
and the third time the Tar Heels had
made it to the final game since Smith has
been coach. Carolina lost national
championship games in 1977 and 1968,
finished third in 1972 and finished fourth
in 1967 and 1969.
The Tar Heels ended an exceptional
season at 29-8 and finished one game
away from college basketball's biggest
prize in a year when Carolina had been
picked to finish third in the Atlantic
focus of forum
The public is invited to take part in the
discussion, which will be held in 300
bution to the campus and community
and financial need. " .
Applications are now available in the
Panhellenic office in Suite A of the
.Carolina Union. The deadline is Wed
Omega Service Fraternity on Monday
received a low turnout due to inclimate
weather. Everyone is encouraged to sup
port the drive today between 10 a.m.
TWO LIBERAL FEMALE ROOMMATES
WANTED to share 2 belroom apt. this fall.
Approx. $80 plus V utilities per month. For details
FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED. First andor
second summer session(s). Carolina Apartments,
' J-bus route, pool, air-conditioning, furnished,
dl&hwasher. Call Kathy 942-1414 or Loretta or
NEED TWO MELLOW ROOMMATES for
2 -bedroom Brookside Apt. 15 mm. walk to
campus. 477rrlonth Vi utilitJes. Lease starts tn
May. CaH 933-5237.
WANTED FOR SUMMER SCHOOL One or 2
non-smoking female roommates to share
furnished 2 bedroom, pookkie Kim-'.wood apt. "L"
bus route. Rent negotiable. Call 967-3274. ,
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for summer
and next year SS7 per month plus A utilities. Own
bedroom, one mile from campus.. 942-4003.
GREAT PLACE, ONE MILE FROM CAMPUS,
pool. Only S1CS a month plus V utilities. Starting
June la through next school year. Two bdrms.
Available for non-smoking, responsible, studious
males. CaH 967-4972.
WANTED TWO MALE ROOMMATES br first
and second session summer school. Nice
2 -bedroom Tar Heel Manor apt. Each to share V4
of rent and uUlaks. Ca3 967-8575.
NEED A PLACE TO STAY THIS SUMMER?
Space available to house near campus. CaH Carol
933-1435 or David 933-&34.
WANTED: DESPARATE FEMALES, must have
two bedroora with den Cmhrm Apt. starting May.
Please c3 3-C432 Im media tcly a not sooner.
1 OH 2 rEMALE P.OOMftATES needed starttof
May or )sr,. or .i ss4.W. On bus route, po4,
laundry. Nan-smokers please,' Call Janice
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Another child ' found dehd '
ATLANTA (AP) The body of a child was discovered Monday afternoon
in the Chattahoochee River southwest of here, but authorities investigating
' the slayings and disappearances of 22 black children said they have not deter
mined the race nor sex of the child.
Atlanta Police spokesman Roger Harris said members of the special task
force investigating the 20 child slayings and two disappearances were dispatched
to the scene in southwest Fulton County.
Harris said authorities definitely had determined that the body discovered
in the river was that of a child, but he said the age of the victim had not been
Strike called off in Poland
WARSAW, Poland (AP) Independent labor leaders on Monday called
off a nationwide strike that had threatened this Soviet bloc nation with its
worst crisis in months of political and economic strife.
The decision to suspend a walkout on Tuesday came after nearly seven hours
-of talks between Lech Walsea, leader of the independent union Solidarity,
and Deputy Premier Mieczyslaw Rakowski. At issue were several union de
mands, especially punishment of those responsible for injuring three union
members in a beating March 19 at Bydgoszcz.
The government agreed to suspend the people responsible for the beating,
Polish television said.
"Common sense and moderation have won,' said Walsea after the talks.
Rakowski had warned that a strike could be "catastrophic" for the country.
Warsaw Pact military maneuvers continued in and around Poland on Monday cs
Search ends for condo victims
COCOA BEACH, Fla. (AP) Workers ended a search for victims in the
rubble of a collapsed condominium early Monday after uncovering the body
of a 22-year-old man who was the accident's 11th victim.
The announcement that the search had ended dispelled fears that as many
as five more bodies might be amid the twisted metal and broken concrete. Fire
Chief Robert Walker, who had said several workers were unaccounted for
based on queries from relatives, was unavailable for comment when the search
was called off.
The condominium collapsed during construction Friday. Officials said it.
was the worst construction accident in Florida history.
Eleven hours after recovering the body, workers had cleared the rest of the
rubble, and officials told rescue workers to go home.
Thai troops attack hijackers
BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) Indonesian troops swarmed onto an Indone
sian jetliner in early morning darkness Tuesday, killed four of the five hijackers
who had held 55 people hostage, and after a three-minute gun battle set the
captives free, a Thai spokesman said. One hostage, a pilot, was wounded.
Indonesian officials ' aid none of the hostages was killed. Two Americans
were among those hela.
About 20 soldiers crossed the airfield, thrust ladders against the plane's
fuselage and several of the men clambered onto the wings, witnesses said.
The troops forced open two doors and burst inside. Witnesses sai
machine gun fire was heard.
Hours earlier, the Thai government announced Indonesia had agreed to free
80 political prisoners, as demanded by the hijackers, who seized the plane in
Indonesia on Saturday and diverted it here.
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All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before ad is to run.
NURSING SCHOOL UNSFORMS-Dresses size
16. Good condition $1 5 each. 942-1548 after 5.
Buy now and save your money for books this fall.
NAVAJO TRADING POST
'Buying Gold & Silver! 10. 14. lSk; gold Jewelry,
and dental gold. Buying diamonds one carat &
over, and sterling silver. 510 W. Franklin
We are now accepting application for August
Foxcroft Apartment. 929-8339 or 967-5264.
AEE YOU INTERESTED In dvlopts
Jewish tr at Caro!:aa7 tT.C IZ.Ul ssd '
mmw Idea a ad ae;3atloa foe aext yeaz'a
octal and relt-lona actlvUlea. W want to
feava tSi lat yar mvmt at KUlet, hmt mm
weed yoer tte!p t sa&ka It fcappasu If yesi
wUk to work m'iih mm or katre a ay qaeeUoMs,
cM i::::cl at 1 42-4S57.
WANTED: VAO STYX TICKETS. Wul pay the
fjolng price. CaH 9C13-4573 anytime. Keep trytog.
Avk for C3 or Gal.
WAffTED; GOOD QUALITY 21" FRAME bicycle
to borrow or rent (money, cleaning, servktog) for
bkelets 6 lend ftr occabmal half-day pleture
'touring, David Hard 434 Morrison. 933-42S3,
WANTED: (SADLY) TWO OR FOUR STYX
coocrrt titkrts. wQ pay any reasonable pr'ice.
Ca3 9332613 nk M Juhn, PWase krep
I STILL f.'U O TWO STYX tkkets. Re c3:
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CAROLINA APT. available mid May thru Aug.
Two b-rooms. Excellent condition. Partially
furnished. Directly across from pooS May rent
free. Other month negotiable. Call 967-2439.
WANTED: FEMALE TO SHARE ride from
Moore County to Chapel tUU daily during
summer sessions. Someone with morning
schedule preferred. Ca3 Julie at 692-3437 or
SPRING GETAWAY A sprtoa sveekend to the
SmoUe. No Interruption except those you wand
Study or unwind by the fireside to your cory
cottage. W.CU. LUary nearby. 433 for 2 people.
1 35 for 4, nitefy. Mountain flrooka. U.S. 441
South, Sytva. N.C. 7C4-5T.6-4329.
DELT CUCK1XS A-ND STT.3S. tar3 aelectlon of
Erst nual.ry buckkrs (12.50) and strtp (1.75), Also
availaW are 1" buckle and stripe, fold cobra
Ui;s, and belut with leather tab. Call Tommy
Wallata at 942-4"39. Leave message.
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ruth where? On th Stairway to Heaven. What
for? To ceWbrate her bk-thday at the Southern Part
of Heaven. Ltrv your tu'ure car-mate.
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