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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, June 03, 1982, Page 1, Image 1

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TTTfTT? I AY ! If -TTIm Main Number 962-0245 News 962-0246 Advertising 962-0252 ii a jj Thursday, June 3, 1932 Chape! Hill, North Carolina , Stickmen eize sec ono e ,3 ' X f'f " -''J '-- 0 f 4 . c - 4 .:-X!5!-:c..-l v :-,w- :?".V.x,;y.. ' 7 ' ... ' V ? I -wc w 1 The offensive punch of Mike Burnett (left) and Dave Wingate (right) was in strumental in the Tar Heels' 7-5 NCAA lacrosse championship victory over Johns Hopkins Saturday .Photos by Frank Clarkson. ong, dry summer' for job seekers Student summer job prospects dim By JENNIFER CARGAL and MICKEY WEAVER Staff Writers An advertisement for the Record Bar in a local paper last week said the Franklin Street store would begin taking job applications at 2 p.m. on a particular day. By the 2 p.m. dead line between 100 and 200 students were wait ing outside the store, Record Bar employee John Rasols said this week. Inquiries about the position have kept coming in. For students who are looking for jobs in Chapel Hill it could be a long, dry summer. Local businesses have received an unusu ally large number of job applications so far this summer, a spot check showed this week. Some businesses, such as the Porthole Res taurant on Franklin Street and the Record Bar, have stopped taking applications for summer employment altogether, spokesper sons said. Other businesses including Ives at University Mall and Four Corners restaurant 'mimjy ''''f-'- 4 mm. est '4 4 ' V V.:- ., , .fi if: J 1 Mi ! on Franklin Street also reported heavy stu dent interest- On campus the outlook has been similarly bleak for students who need University related jobs for the summer. Students eligible for financial aid had little trouble getting on-campus jobs, said Mary Garren, assistant director for employment at the Student Aid Off ice. But the Student Stores, Carolina Union and Undergraduate Library reported no new hiring for other students. About 100 students are employed in on campus jobs through the work-study pro gram, but they make up a very small part of the summer student work force, Garren said. No figures are available yet oh exactly See EMPLOYMENT on page 2 Vi&.'. -V... j&V4S6fa4M .,rs-- Tf fee.Matt Cooper 'Old law office' up for sale - " " 4 , - - - 4 The Chapel Hill Preservation Society recently bought this stucco house vwhich is across Franklin Street from the President's house. It is thought to have been built around 1843 and students have lived in it since the 1950s. The society bought it for $66,000 and hopes to sell it to someone who will reno vate it. !?3 crcim at your deer p.: 3: 5 , : 0 a sc be' i 1-oosc 3:' fcri n g l,' - By CHARLES UPCHURCH Staff Writer North Carolina finished another perfect lacrosse season Saturday in Charlottesville, Va., with a 7-5 win over Johns Hopkins and a second straight NCAA Division I title. Hopkins, playing in its sixth consecutive championshp game, had played the unde feated Tar Heels closer than any other team in the past year. - Carolina edged the Blue Jays 14-13 in last year's title game at Princeton, N.J., and took a 13-12 regular season decision this year in Baltimore. But this year the fast-break Tar Heels beat Hopkins at its own game a slow tempo, set up game. The Blue Jays could only get as close as one goal, 6-5, in the fourth quarter before UNC shut the door. Dave Wingate had the hothand for UNC this time, scoring five goals on the sun-baked astroturf of Scott Stadium before a crowd of more than 10,000. Wingate netted all three of Carolina's first quarter goals, while the Tar Heels defense held the Blue Jays scoreless. "He, (Wingate) made some amazing plays; he's got confidence," UNC head coach Wil lie Scroggs, formerly of John's Hopkins, said. "We want to shoot the ball as much as we can and I'm surprised we didn't shoot more." Hopkins' All-American attackman Jeff Cook, who scored six goals in last year's championship game, was held scoreless by UNC junior defenseman John Haus. "Cook's a great attackman," said Haus. "The game slowed down and we didn't have to doubleteam Cook as much' Cook, a senior from Pikesville, Md.; had not been shut out in two seasons. "Their defense has come a long way," said Cook. "It seemed like most of our shots were from 15 yards." North Carolina's guardians of the goal, Haus, Jamie Allen and Gary Burns, played punishing defense around the crease. All American goalie Tom Sears abandoned his position several times to make far-ranging checks on the ball. Hopkins was patient on offense through out the game. The Blue Jays out-shot Caro lina 50-39, with most of those shots coming from at least 10 yards out. The lays hurt themselves with careless stickwork in the first quarter, constantly throwing the ball away. With a 3-0 lead going into the second quarter, Scroggs ordered the Heels into a tight zone defense, hoping to control the game's tempo. "When we got the lead, we felt the zone could dictate," Scroggs said. "That (the zone) slows the tempo of the game too. We made them shoot from the outside." Top ' defensive reserves Roy ' Messinger and Randy Cox kept things physical inside the zone. - Johns Hopkins got its first score with 5:35 left in the first half when Mike Donnelly knocked a grounder that UNC goalie Tom Sears had stopped initially at the crease. With 4:21 left, Wingate scored his fourth See LACROSSE on page 4

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