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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 23, 1982, Page 7, Image 7

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4,.iniiW--wr- KBwir-ww m?wt-TMn u r-ngru -lur-iir-im -- iijr liuir "'iiui "' i H"-- - t ti "' "" " "'" " "n" in'-m'imTmummir'm,,i' W"4J't jv""mi i it" igj - 6The Daily Tar HeelThursday, September 23, 1982 4 y-S'' - i , I v V Women golfers finish fourth at Appalachian new musical rzs evening By JO ELLEN MEEHNS v Staff Writer - . Life on the Mississippi, a new musical based on the memoirs of Mark Twain, opens tonight at 8 p.m. in the Paul Green Theatre. Bland Simpson and Tommy Thompson adapted Mark Twain's novel for the stage. The story is set in Hartford, Ct., in the 1880s, where Twain reminisces "about his days as a cub pilot on the Mississippi River. - James Harper, who portrays Twain, made his professional debut at the 1971 Edinburgh Festival. He appeared on Broadway and in PBS Theatre in America productions. He also has portrayed characters on Ryan's Hope, One Life to Live, and several other daytime series. The Re3 Clay Ramblers, the widely acclaimed North Carolina-based string band, also appear in the play. Some of the band's members portray characters in the show, in addition to providing music for the songs. John Daggan, a 1979 graduate of the Master of Fine Arts acting program at UNC, returns to PRC to play Sam Clemens, Twain's vision of himself as a teenager. Patricia Bamett, Russell Graves and Henry Hoffman, members of the faculty of the department of dramatic art, also bring native talent to the production. Mel Johnson Jr. plays the important supporting role of Coe. Johnson appeared Campus Calendar Public service announcements must be turned Into the box outside DTH offices in the Carolina Union by 1 pm If they are to run the next day. Each item will be'run at least twice. TODAVS ACTIVITIES Tom Lambert') Black White Group will meet for dinner at Peppi'i at 6 p.m. Bring your friends. Campos Crnsade for Christ WteUy FeQowsMp will meet at 7 p.m. in the Carolina Union. Check at the Union desk for the room number. , ' ' The "Mim Scott CoOege" (factions for SRC will be held from 12 to 6 p.m. Voters are urged to vote in their own dorms. Campus Chrbttu Fellowship will hold its weekly Bible study at 7 p.m. in the Carolina Union. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call 942-4952. There will be a meeting for Hotline Committee members at 3:15 p.m. in Connor Basement. Please attend, or call if there is a conflict. Contact Kathy McNulty at 933-5241. J, Id, cu JJ?iL7 r , Jt r, f r-i f cxJ a , ft f f. J I I AJ I ' ' I I , J I I Suf III St ''' M ill Rated PG Positively Great! Starring Ted Vcnderbiii - He even monogrammed histopsiders. Cosmo Cleveland - Freshman class of '68, he still hasn't picked a major. Arnold "Refrigerator" Fudzinski -21.0 cubic ft. of beef. "I never met a quarter back I didn't want to clobber". Co-starring Tina Cheesecake - A hot tamale simmering under peaches 'n cream. They hungered for knowledge, a good time, and a good meal!! And they wouldn't stop until they were satisfied!! See Hardee's try to control the stampeding students with great deals on the Best Eatin' All Around!! A golden crisp real chicken fillet served with lettuce and mayonnaise on a toasted, sesame seed bun!! Will that calm the collegians?!?! Tear out the coupon below and find out for yourself!! Before it's too late!!! rzzn f Please present this coupon before ordering. One coupon per fj i customer, per visit, please. Customer must pay any sales tax y flndthocounnn isnotnnnH inr-nmbinatinn withp.nvnthsrof- f1 rtr u r Hardee's Food Systems, ? x" - - i S V . - t J A I . t 4" t i r4 it: .v o- . ': y "V. PRC's production of "Life on the Mississippi" began Wednesday and runs through Oct. 3 ...clockwise from top: Thompson, Frank, Craver, James Harper (as Mark Twain), Watson, Herrlckand Bucfmer on Broadway in Eubie! and On the Twen tieth Century. PRC Artistic Director David Rotenberg directs Life on the Mississippi. Rotenberg directed such past PRC successes as Agnes of God, The Front Page and Twelfth Night., - Bobbi Owen designed the costumes for The North Campus Chapter of Intervarsiry Chrisdaa FeBowship will have a fellowship meeting from 7 to 8 p.m. in the basement of the University Methodist Church. Come join us for singing and sharing. Career Planning and Placement Services will conduct an Orientation Meeting at 3:30 p.m. in 209 Hanes HaQ, and will provide information on available resources, how to register with the office, office policies, and procedures for on-campus recruiting. There will be a Student Governmeat University Relations Committee meeting at 6 p.m. in Suite C of the Carolina Union. Chimera The Fantasy and Science Fictioa Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the Union. Check schedule for room. This is the . Great Planning meeting: cons, films, picnic, more. AD fans and neo-fans are invited to attend, socialize and get involved. TK -Tl a Fl N T-J E-f) 4" y. riu. L '.tV ri r i czz3 czza tzzn c rers.uner gooa only at participating n n ' n f Hardee's restaurants after 10:30 A.M. ;-xrp 7 daily for a limited time only. ulwJL:38. i i r l: i: . Inc.. 1982 -nnr 1--m..r - . i i J fcnc...y-ttfrf . i M 1 .ji. j a (f fc -i ,. 4. 11 1 mm m J Life. Linwood Taylor is the scenic designer and Norman Coates created the lighting. Owen, Taylor and Coates are all resident designers with PRC. Taylor and Coates have been with the company since last year, while Owen has. six years of ex perience with PRC. All these hands and more come together ABS Career Planning Committer meeting at 4:30 p.m. in T-7 New Carroll. The ABS Policy Committee will hold a meeting at 4:30 p.m. in room 200 Old Carroll. The Feflowsnip of ChristijMi Athletes will meet at 8:30 p.m. in the Union. Come see the Last Globetrotter. There will be a meeting of the Campus Y International Af fairs Committee, at 7 p.m. on the second floor of Y Building. Anyone interested is invited to attend. COMING EVENTS .. Speak out against continued IsraeB atrocities. Support the Palestinian people. Hear speakers in the Pit, followed by open mike at noon on Friday. Sponsored by Internationalist Books. There wul be a hloodmobQe from 12 to 5:30 p.m. on Friday at Ehringhaus Dorm. Make appointments by calling 933-3501. The Office of Career Planning art Placement Services of fers practice interview sessions with a counselor from 10 a.m. to 12 pjn. and from 2 to 4 pjn. on Friday. To make an ap pointment, come by 211 Hanes HaQ (a resume is necessary to make the appointment). Sessions involve videotaping and criti que of a practice interview. - - . Ruth BoBnger and Tom Keayoa will perform their San' Francisco developed jazz, pop, and blues at 8:30 p.m. on Fri day at the Art School, Carr Mill Mall, Carrboro. . f .1. 0 DTWFUe photo i nightly (except Mondays) at 8 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m., through Oct. 3 in the Paul Green Theatre. Tickets are available in the PRC box office in Room 102 of Graham Memorial. The box office is open from noon to 6 p.m. weekdays. For more information, call the box office at 962-1121. ITEMS OF INTEREST ... ; "TarheeHani" is here. Support the Tarheels -buy a balloon at Saturday's game. Group purchases are available. Call 929-2392 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Sponsored by the Sweet Carolines. Go Keels! NTE (National Teacher's Examination) Specialty Area Teste, Oct. 30. Applications must be received by Sept. 27 in Princeton, N.J., with $30 fee. Late registration, until Oct. 4 costs S12 extra. Please note: NTE has been revised this year. Specialty Area and Core Battery Tests are now given on dif ferent dates. Be sure to register for the correct test. Applica tions available in 101 Nash Hall. For more information about certification requirements, contact the School of Education. VAT (Veterinary Aptitude Test), Oct 23, Raleigh. Applica tions must be received by Sept. 27 in N.Y. with $20 fee. Ap plications and more information available in' 201-D Steele Building and 101 Nash HaS. Get your oefidous fried efaickea box lunches for the Carolina - Army football game from Kappa Alpha Tbeta Sorority this Saturday from 10 to II a.m at three convenient locations: the Kappa Alpha Theta House, 227 E. Rosemary St., Wilson Library and the Campus Y court. For only $3 you get fried chicken, potato salad, a roll and cookies. Advanced ticket sales only: for information call 967-9166. Then come by the Theta House from 10 a.m. to 2 pjn. on Sunday for our "AH You Can Eat" Pancake Brunch. You get all of the yummy pan cakes you can eat, plus sausage, juice and syrup for only S2.50. Proceeds from both events win go to the Hemophilia Founda tion, the 1982 Sigma Chi Derby Week Charity. See you there. Hofistic Weight Management Workshop: Eating to live rather than living to eat is the focus of this four consecutive week positive life-styie behavior group. Enrollment is limited to UNC students less than 25 pounds overweight. Group time: Mondays, October 4-25. from 9130 to II a.m. Screening inter view required. Pre-register before Friday by calling Student Health Service, 966-2281, extension 275. - YOU HAVE A SLIVER, Tnn? i ct kac ccc DOOiMESBUHY - . HA2JZIS WHICH UlkAT "H TM&k COMPANIES HAVS YOU JJ NAME? A&YOUtN- GOT? f1 TE5!WtN I s vv n".WHw-v p 03 rv: By EDDIE WOOTEN Staff Writer The Carolina women's golf team, play ing without the services of All-America Linda Mescan, finished fourth among 12 teams" Tuesday in the Appalachian State Tournament at the parr72 Boone Golf Club. - ': Duke, led by Mary Ann Vidman, won the team competition with a two-day score of 606. They were followed by Wake Forest at 629, N.C. State at 632, and North Carolina at 639. i James Madison rounded out the top five at 666. " Duke's Widman fired a course-record 67 under cold and rainy conditions in Monday's first round. She shot a 71 Tues day to finish at 138. Wake's Cara Andredi was a distant second with a 147. UNCs leader was senior Cathy Reynolds. Reynolds shot a one-over-par 73 Monday, but .struggled home with an 80 in the final round. Other finishers for UNC were Page Marsh at 159, Kelly Beck at 160, Kristie Kamal at 166, and Kim Grace at 175. The fourth-place finish was particularly disappointing, considering last season's record. The Tar Heels were one of eight teams who placed in two national tour naments, placing 12th in the AIAW tour nament and 16th in the NCAA tourna ment. "We can play a lot better than this," Coach Dot Gunnells said of her team's play in Boone. "The greens were large and very fast. Putting really killed us. There iCwl III Lwl 5 f i! i ;:.!:' i.-fr The foUowing employers and graduate school representatives will be on campus to discuss job opportunities and academic programs on the dates indicated, , , Students can sign up for appointments with these representatives eight days ahead of the v:s:t in the University Placement Office, 21 1 Hanes Hall.' A resume is necessary at the time a stuirt sijns up for an interview. This is to be put in the folder accompanying the sign-up Oct. 4 Oct. 5 Oct, 6 Submissintu ran K. mi to do or aeposuea .in the drop box in the Carolina Union. sent to Box 23 or deposited I HOPE YOU'RE NOT AS 316 A COWARD AS MY stupid Rfffrrupt? HULl KbAL STILL NOU) Vbjjs CFUITING ON CAMPUS. WHAT 'r. AFB Y0UKG6M- "T" were some tough pin placements, too. "We just didn't have our minds on what we were doing. We'll do better." Mescan missed the tournament because of a broken leg. (She suffered the injury when she was jogging to her dorm from Finley Golf Course and was hit by a car.) With Mescan missing from the lineup, Marsh and Reynolds will have to carry the team this fall. Marsh won the Carolina Twin State Tournament this summer in Greenville, in addition to the Carolinas Tournament. She was one of three amateurs to qualify for the LPGA's Henredon Classic in High Point. Marsh compiled the lowest average on the team last spring with a 76. Reynolds was the team's third leading scorer last spring, and she led the team in Boone. Gunnells said that Reynolds had putting troubles in Tuesday's second round, including one four-putt that caused her to score high. . Because of inexperience, Gunnells said it will be difficult for this season's team to match last season's feats. One of the keys, she said, will be "how well the freshmen play and how the sophomores come along." : " "I started two seniors (Carla Daniel and Jill Nesbitt) and two juniors last year," Gunnells said. "The freshmen didn't really get much playing time. How soon they come along will make the difference." The Tar Heels have one tournament prior to fall break. They will play in the Memphis State Tournament in Memphis, Term., Oct. 3-5. Uil idlllUUQ Ryder Truck Rental, Inc. ' NCR Corp. New York University Law School Price Waterhouse - . Price Waterhouse Duke Power Co. Burlington Industries, Inc. Northwestern University, Jf.L. Kellogg Graduate School of . . Management . Rice University, Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Administration University of Southern California, Graduate School of Business Northwestern Mutual life Insurance Co. Morgan Stanley " ' Wake Forest University, Babcock Graduate School of . ' Management Coopers & Lybrand " National Security Agency ... . .. . -V 1 ' -i rj p T"j The Varsity Sport of the Mind Team Sign-Ups ' Registration Forms Available at Union Info Desk Deadline Noon Oct. 6 JS I WHAT PIP ' 7 IT b 1 60MMA fUU DAT T FOR ; by Garry Trudeau nikunii , what prm-tcjiiF. ',: TUrrcnerrnc SORT WmHAC- ' -MEMEm of cxxm.fm v" TUikUZ I Akin SS. CZZ3 rl c u r r"i r: 3 C j f I Irnlt ill EgHBg ) I Hi ir M IP T-

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