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2The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, November 16, 1S32
' . . Compiled by Janet Olson
Public service announcements must be turned into the box outside DTH office, in U Carolina Union
by I p.m. if ihev arc lo run the next day. (Wv announcements I'roni llniviYiy-rivognicd and campus
ot!:aiiiaiion will be primed. AU announcements mnsl he'limilcd lo 25 words and can only run for two days.
Cellar Door will hold a ful laff meeting at 8 p.m. in the
Carolina Union. . -
The CNC-CH College RepuMcaiM will meet at 7 p.m. in the
Carolina Union Lounge to go collecting canned foods for needy
families' Thanksgiving dinners.
There will be an important StudeM (iovrroment Uatvenity
Relations meeting at 5:45 p.m. in Suite C of the Carolina
Union. All members are asked lo attend.
There is IFC aseeting at 7 p.m. in 215 Phillips Hall. We
will elect new officers. All IFC Representaiivs please attend.
Have diploma, will travel. Come hear about " Interna tkmal
arm in Business and Law" from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the
Union Auditorium followed by a reception sponsored by
Test Aaxiety Croup starts at 7 p.m. in Nash Hall. Call
962-2175 for more information.
The Y Outreach Committee will meet at 3:30 p.m. in 106
Campus Y Building. New members are encouraged to attend.
A panel discussion, "Careen: Women in Legal Profes
sion," featuring local women attorneys, will be at 7 p.m. in
the Carolina Union. Come investigate a career in law.
Siartrossed Lovers, a new musical about the preparation
and writing of Romeo and Juliet will be presented today
through Sunday. For tickets, call the Graham Memorial Box
Office at 962-1 121.
Sail die Bahamas: Slides from previous trips plus informa
tion about this spring's trips will be given at 7:30 p.m. in 109
There will be a meeting of all ubow at 7 p.m. in the
Carolina Union. Check at the Union Desk for the room
number. Chapel Thrill will be discussed.
Come get into the Rastaman spirit with Mickey Mills and
Steel, exciting reggae, from 9 to 1 1 :45 p.m. in the Great Hall of
the Carolina Union.
The Black Student Movement will hold an important general
body meeting at S p.m. in the Upendo Lounge.
The UNC-CH CoOeglalc 4-H Club will meet 2:304 p.m. in
the Carolina Union. We will judge the Orange County Record
Books. Check Union Desk for room number.
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your ad Is to run. Ads must be prepaid.
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Please notify the DTH office Immediately if
there are mistakes in your ad. We will be re
sponsible for only the first ad run.
THE ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS Students wffl
be sponsoring Lauch Falrcloth Secretary of Com
merce of North Carolina to speak on Nov. 18th at
3:30 pm in the Carolina Union Auditorium. Every
one is invited to attend.
THE DTH EOAKD OF directors wCl meet
Wednesday. 111782, fat root 226 of
the Carolina Union at 7t39 pas. Interested
students are btvtted attend.
HAVE YOU NEVER GIVEN blood? Do you want to
be a donor but have questions about the process of
giving blood? Then come to Blood Donor Informa
tion Day on Wed., Nov. 17, from 10 am-2 pm in the
Great Hall. A Red Cross . nurse, medical technician,
and field consultant will be there to give you lots of
information. Also, appointments can be made for
the Nov. 18th, 19th and 22nd bloodrnobtles.
DARTS TOURNAMENT-SUNDAY, NOV.
21, 1:00 pm. Deep Jonah basement. Union.
Sign up at Union Desk Nov. 11 thru Nov. 18.
Also walk-in basis. Winners to go to Regkmals
in KnoxviHe. Stick id .
TUESDAY: TONIGHT AT PURDVS: Ladies lock
out. Ladies get In free between 8 and 10. Penny
draft. . " .
T1IE ICth ANNUAL ATS Auction wO be
November 29 & 211 Tfanes: Saturday 9&9
- 6:C0, Sunday lr6:C3 at Can 3alL
Carrboro. This Is the Original Eldest,
Grandfather of a3 Local Eeaeflt Aao
tions. Items and services of every de
scription wtti V.tlim Oepaaat Tables and
Refreshments. Donations accepted. For
more Information caU the sheher at 9S7
LAUCH FAIRCLOTH, N.C. SECRETARY of Com
merce, win speak on The Future of Economic De
velopment in N.C," Nov. 18 at 3:30 p.m. in the
Great Hall. AO students are invited. There will be a
reception for A.B.S. members who sign up.
"CAREERS: WOMEN IN LEGAL Professions" to a
panel discussion on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 7.00 pm in
Student Union. Featuring local women attorneys.
Come explore a career in law! Sponsored by Assod
. ation for Women Students.
ALL CAMPUS PRAISE! EVERY M-F, 7:30-8:30 am
in Great Hall, Student Union. 1 will seek thee early,
O God. I win awaken the dawn!"
MEN'S LACROSSE CLUB. PRACTICE Tues night
at 8:30 on the ectrorurf Field. Scrimmage on Friday
at 7 pm. New players invited!
CHAPEL HILL NOW HAS something special - for
women only! Male exotic dancers to entertain at par
ties or whatever! Book now to enliven your Holiday
parlies, bridal showers or to giv. her a super birth
day surprise! Substantial introductory rates In effect
until Nov. 26! Call Ladies' Choke 942-3228 after 6
Hold on to your hats. Coming soon: Another meeting o'f the
AiBOciatioa of International Students will be held at 5 p.m. in
the International Center.
The Pre-Professional Health Society will meet at 7 p.m. in
107 BerryhiK Hall. Dr. Helen Cronenberger and jo Anne
Thomas will speak on "Medical Technology."
Apple Microcomputer User Croup will feature student
presentations at its November meeting at 3:30 p.m. in 101
Greenlaw Hall. Anyone interested is welcome. '
COMING EVENTS ,
Andrea Blum will give a free, public gallery talk on the
Ackland Art Museum's UNC Faculty Art Exhibition at 12:15
The film South Africa Belongs to Us, in which five women
talk about apartheid will be shown at 7:30 p.m. in 106 Carroll
Hall. Sponsored by Association for Women Students. -
A Video Showcase for student video artists will be held at 7
p.m. Wednesday in the Upstairs Lounge of the Carolina Union.
Afl students of political science are invited to join the Under
graduate Political Science Association in planning future ac
tivities at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Carolina Union.
UNC Readers Theatre will present a literary adaptation of
The World According to Carp in 203 Bingham Hall at 8 pjn.
Wednesday and Thursday. Admission is free.
Beginning Wednesday at noon, the UNC-BSU will partici
pate m the OXFAM last.
The UNC Duke Physics-Astronomy colloquium continues
at 4 p.m. Wednesday in 114 Physics Building, Duke. Dr.
George E. Walker will speak on nuclear physics.
Attention all AXE brothers: There will be a meeting at 7
p.m. Wednesday in 221 Venable Hall for officer nominations. .
The Wesley Foundation will hold a fellowship dinner at 6
p.m. Wednesday followed by a worship service at 7 p.m.
Campus Y Coffee House of the Crafts Bazaar needs
waitresses and waiters for the weekend of Dec. 3-5. A meeting
will be held at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the Campus Y.
Talk to a SECS Counselor. WXYCs Wednesday night talk
show will be with Sexuality Education and Counseling Service
counselors. Tune in at 1 1 p.m.
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Buy a full Hoagie
regular Hoagie FREE
lost Cl found
FOUND ONE PAIR OF glasses on Franklin Street
Wed. night call 933-4108 to claim.
SCARF FOUND Wednesday uroand
Swain IUIL Call Sarah at 966-5454 dur
ing the day and identify.
I FOUND IT! Bet you need it for Chem Lab. If you
lost your calculator at the Old Well on Wednesday,
call Jeep at 942-9238 to identify.
FOUND: GOLD CHAIN IN apartment complex.
LOST: BLUE AND YELLOW nylon bookbag! Picked
up in Wilson Library on Wednesday, Nov. 10. Con
tains text books and keys with I.Ds. If found please
caU 933-4853 or contact Renee Grier. Cash reward
wffl be given!
LOST: BURGUNDY WALLET (NYLON) In the end
zone at Maryland UNC game. You called once but
my roommate didn't take a message. Keep the $ but
please return everything else. Jane 929-7810.
LOST: BLUE-GREEN CHEM 4161 notebook.
Possibly in Ve2S8 anytime after 118. If found,
please call Mary Ellen at 933-1442. Thanx!
LOST: SET OF KEYS on gold key chain with initial
"K." Lost on stone wall in front of Cobb tennis courts
Sunday evening between 4 and 5 p.m. If found
please call Kathy Slaughter 933-4103.
OVERSEAS JOBS-SUMMERYEAR ROUND.
Europe, S. Amer., Australia, Asia. AH Fields. $500
$1200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write UC,
Box 52-NC1. Corona Del Mar, CA 92625:
NEED DEPENDABLE, HARD WORKERS. Win
pay $7.22 an hour. Interviews every Wednesday in
the Union at 3 pm. For room no. Inquire at the In
formation Desk GPSF.
YARD WORKER NEEDED TWICE a month. Cut
grass and rake leaves only. Fee negotiable. Call
Business Manager at Playmakers Repertory Com
CHEAP TYPING! CALL 929-TYPE
10 DISCOUNT ON TYPING with this ad! Cor
recting Selectric II, graduate school approved. Call
967-1383 foe appointment. Offer good through No
vember 30. ; , .
SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS, BILLIONS ava
able that go unused, you may qualify, ASK:
Students Aid & Financial Services, 710 La Guna
Dr., Venice Fl. 33595.
NAKAMICHl 680 ZX cassette deck (self-adjusting
azimuth). Less than 1 year old. ALSO, dbx 222
noise reduction unit with the deck. BOTH for an ex
cellent price. CaU Kevin 968-8125. note: 5 dbx tapes
Included. SERIOUS AUDIOPHILES ONLY!
AKC REGISTERED, 3 female Siberian Husky pup
pies, 7 weeks old. gray and white, blue eyes, $150.
Dare - 286-9162.
MUST SALE. 2 COLOR Webb Printing Press. Wffl
cut price. CaU 704-249-3200.
4.000 LPs. tapes. 45's. Most $1.00-$3.00. Rock,
classical, blues, jazz, wave, etc. Back Door Rec
ords. 136 E. Rosemary. Lower Level NCNB Plaza
near Molly's Mon-Sat. 12-6 p.m. 933-0019 or 929
6175. Also buy, trade.
, If you've never given blood or just have questions about the
process, come to Blood Donor Information Day from (0 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Great Hall...
Start off your international career with a great graduate pro
gram. Iearn about these programs from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday in the Carolina Union Auditorium.
Foreign service? Peace Corps? Commerce? Hear the experts
speak on "International Careers in (iovernmeut" at 7 p.m. in
Feter Auditorium on Wednesday. -
Foreign language ax a Major? Come hear Vicki Lots from
the placement office speak on "Careers Other than Teaching
for the Foreign Language Major" at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the
Dey Hall Toy Lounge.
Lowell D. Harris, Mayo Medical School, will speak on
"Display and Analysis of 3-D Tomographic Image Data" at 4
p.m. Wednesday in 210 New West Hall.
Latter-Day Saints Student Association will hold Institute at 7
p.m. Wednesday in 203 Dey Hall, Everyone is welcome.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
Got a gripe with your landlord, a merchant or the University?
Don't get burned. Call the Complaint Line at 962-8313.
For the record
Because of a typesetting error in a
photograph, UNC football player Kelvin
Bryant was misidendfied. Bryant is a
senior tailback. The DTH regrets the er
In the story titled "CGC committee to
ask for study of BSM finances" (Friday,
Nov. 12), The Daily Tar Heel incorrectly
quoted Gerald Fonville as saying, "Most
people of this or any other organization,
when they don't know something, will just
go out and get it.' In fact, Fonville said,
"Most people of this or any other
organization, when they need something,
will just go out and get it." The DTH
regrets the error.
QCt iOn From page 1
predominantly black institutions in the.UNC
"The way it is now, spending at all the in
stitutions is disproportionate," he said. "The
Board of Governors says to spend a dollar per
student at Chapel Hill and a dollar per student
at North Carolina Central University. This is
disproportionate because there are many more
students here (UNC), and there are a lot more
private funds available here."
FRANKLIN STREET OPTICAL INC.
10 Student Discount with I.D.
Location: 412 W. Franklin St.
in Ogden Building
(down the hall from Futon Furniture)
20 Off Ray Ban
Anthony M. Liner
ads must be prepaid. Deadline:
(noon) one business day before
THREE DUKECAROUNA FOOTBALL tickets for
this weekends game. Best offer. Call Kim 968-8063.
GRANVILLE EAST CONTRACT FOR sale spring
semester. If interested please call Ann. 933-1748.
RUFFIN HOUSING CONTRACT FOR said Best
north campus location. Call 967-5250 for more info.
Best fat evenings. Keep trying!
WOMEN'S HINTON JAMES CONTRACT for sale
spring semester. CaU 933-4826. Keep trying.
FOR SALE: 1970 Duster. 3-speed, V-8 engine.
Runs well, body in fair condition. $500. Can Paul at
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR one bed
room apt. at Greenbelt Apts. spring semester. Com
pletely furnished. Rent $117.50 phis utilities. Call
Suzanne at 968-0643 for more info.
ROOMMATE WANTED TO SHARE 2 bedroom
apt. with female grad. student. Have own room.
Kingswood. J bus. $164.50 Vi utilities. Available
mid-dec. First rent Jan 1. Call 967-5019 after 6.
FEMALE NON-SMOKING ROOMMATE-needed:
next semester. Own bedroom $135.00 per month
phis Vi utilities: Call Wendy after 5:00 pm.
STUDIOUS FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for
Carolina Apt Own room for $117 plus xh utilities.
Can after six 929-5584.
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED: 10 minute walk to
campus North Hampton Plaza. Rent $135.00
month (utilities included, furnished). Under grad pre
ferred. CaU 929-5068 (5-8pm), 968-8124 (after 8
pm). Keep trying!!! -
NEED FEMALE ROOMMATE FOR spring semes
' ter to share Village Green condo. $192.50 plus Vi
utilities. Your own room bath. Great location!
Can Kerri 967-5964. :
TWO FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED to share
two-bedroom Foxcroft rpartment beginning Jan
uary 1, 19S3. $102.50 month phis V utilities. 967
0799. NONSMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED
for Bolinwood Apt. Own bedroom. $131.50 per
. month plus Vs utilities. On N bus route. Only need
bedroom furniture. CaU 929-9700.
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED TO share 2 bed
room mobile home 4 Vi miles out Airport Rd. Vi util
ities. Available now or for spring semester. CaU 929
5414. - .
POOR RICHARDS... For practical and durable
clothing and camping goods at affordable prices.
YOU HA VENT BEEN TO CHAPEL HILL UNTIL
YOU'VE BEEN TO POOR RICHARDS. KROGER
WANTED: UTNTE3 HOME FOSt sensitive
MG-I1. Arc yon wOng to rent sarage
space within 2 mSes of campus? Please
call Peter Kaufman. 962-5666. Wi3 pay
generously. " -
DESPERATELY NEED TICKETS TO the Carolina
Duke game. Willing to pay handsomely. CaU Jim
DESPERATELY NEEDED: 3 tickets to the Caro
linaDuke game for 3 very special people. Can
Lauren at 933-2910.
cooking From page 1
The pressure will still be on the Chancellor's
Food Service Advisory Committee to provide
a viable food service on campus, Harpster
Deputy Insurance Commissioner Ken Dixon
said he had placed no deadline for any changes
in cooking policy to be made; "For me to ex
pect them to have everything working in this
short period of time would be unrealistic of
me. We don't try to make recommendations
that are not realistic," he said.
. "We do see a need to indicate a time limit to
, them maybe somewhere down the line, and if a
fire occurs from a prohibited appliance, we
would recommend that the student pay the
damage costs after that date.
"Probably in May or June, we'll see which
ones need a push," Dixon said. "If they need
pressure, we'll give it to them. We try to do.
things in a cooperative manner, but we are the
ones that have the final responsibility, so we
can't shirk it."
"We'd been having cooking problems at
various universities in the system," Dixon
said. "We're concerned that the same basic
treatment should apply to all."
Dixon said he expected all UNC-system
. schools receiving recommendations to remove
the specified high heat appliances from the
bedroom areas. "We just want those ap
pliances out of the bedrooms," he said.
"We're trying, by prohibiting use Of these ap
pliances, to prevent problems at the schools
that have no problems yet."
The Insurance Commission may be more le
nient about schools providing full kitchens for
students as long as they follow recommenda
tions concerning high heat appliances, Dixon
The majority of schools in the UNC system
indicated they were already revising their cook;
ing policies, Dixon said. "Some (schools) in
dicated they were moving in the direction we
would like them to, not only because of our
letters, but through their own experiences," he
"AU the institutions realize this is the proper
direction to go in before we have someone in
jured in an accident we should have kept from
Sunglasses on stock)
John U. Neal
n Licensed Optician
Ad must be received by
NICE APARTMENT TO SUBLET. University Lake
one bedroom with or without furniture. Terms nego
tiable Good deaS Available December 17. Can
Patty 967-3003. Laundry facilities.;
SUNNY, SPACIOUS APT. for rent, Carrboro. 2
bedroom fully-carpeted and panelled small complex
near shopping on busline $290. Call 933-0365 or
Chapel HiU Realty.
2 BDR. TRAILER FOR spring semester. Exc. loca
tion, 2.5 mi. from campus. Semi-furnished. $185
mo. Can 967-0018.
I NEED A RIDE back from Orlando, Flor
ida on SeadUey, Nov. 28. WiSI share driv
ing and expenses. Please caU 933-5237
and ask for Jalie.
RIDE NEEDED FOR THANKSGIVING to or near ,
Jackson, TN. (on 1-40 between Memphis and Nash
ville). Please caH Beverly at 933-4371.
DO YOU NEED A ride to Tidewater. VA area for
Thanksgiving? I need riders. Fm leaving Tuesday,
Nov. 23. Please call 968-8063. Ask for Kim.
I NEED A RIDE to Orlando-Tampa area, Florida. I
wQl pay majority of expenses. Please call Tom at
933-4277. If fm not there, please leave a message.
I NEED A RIDE to the Washington, D.C. area
for Thanksgiving b.2ak. Can leave anytime after
noon on Wednesday, Nov. 24. CaU Jean at 933
7833. I DESPERATELY NEED A ride to and from Green
ville SC Nov. 19-21. Will share expenses. Call Liz at
RIDE NEEDED TO HARRISBURG or anywhere in
central Pennsylvania. Call Jennifer 933-3149.
RIDE NEEDED TO NORTH Florida area any time
Thanksgiving week. Will help pay expenses. CaU
Vickie 966-1154 day 967-3311 nights.
HELP! RIDE NEEDED TO northern N.J: (Essex
County area) or N.Y.C. area. Will gladly share gas
expenses. Leaving Tuesday 23rd or Wed morning.
Can Rita 933-8038 immediately!
NASirvaLLE, KNOXVTLLE, HIDE. I need. beg.
This weekend, Nov. 19. Please call 933-612 1.
MOUNTAIN MEMORIES. SOMETHING TO took
forward to and to took back on... days fun of
memories in your own mountainside cottage.
FIREPLACES! $45 for 2, $55 for 4 nltely. MOUN
TAIN BROOK COTTAGES, US 441, Sylva, N.C.
ATTENTION MOVIE LONER: This female movie
goer is friendly, sincere, considerate. . .and inter
ested in your proposal. Let me know more through
UNC SKIERS ARE GOING to Kiilington, Ver
mont Jan. 27. Sign ups going on now. Less than
50 spots left. Info call AUyson 933-5006, Jon
SENIORS, SENIORS! Graduation, a great accom
plishment, made memor able with personalized an
nouncements, name card, formal and informal
-notes. See -us soon. Lynn's Hallmark. University
The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES A federal
judge ruled Monday that the Selec
tive Service regulations requiring
draft registration were invalid, say
ing the government did not follow
proper procedures when it enacted
U.S. District Judge Terry Hatter
Jr., ruling in the case of a 21-year-old
draft resister, said the time and
place requirements of the presiden
tial proclamation establishing
registration and a July 19, 1980
Selective Service regulation setting
up the manner of registration '.'are
invalid" because they did not comp
ly with a required time period for.
Hatter's ruling came after the.
government refused to turn over
certain documents and evidence
which the defense had sought and
refused to permit White House
counselor Edwin Meese III to testify
in the case of David Wayte.
MOSCOW r- Leonid I.
Brezhnev, the steclworker's son
who guided the Soviet Union to
superpower heights, was buried
Monday in Red Square. .
His successor as Communist Par
ty chief, Yuri V. Andropov,
pledged in a eulogy to pursue
Brezhnev's policies at home and
abroad, and offered in a meeting
with U.S. Vice President George
Bush to. "build relations" with the
Andropov warned, however, that
the Soviets would "give a crushing
rebuff to any attempt at
ELLIOT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN
$2.0OTIL 6:00 PM EVERYDAY!
3:30 5:25 7:20 9:15
(of "Monty Python") ,
The Missionary w
2:15 4:40 7:05 9:30
and a Gentleman r
2:30 4:50 7:10 9:25
Chapel Hill-Durham Exclusive!
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Classified ad may be placed at the DTH office or mailed to
the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
BIRTHCHOICE - PREGNANT, STRUGGLING
with a Lifetime Decision. Can we help? CaU 942
3030. HARLOT, GLAD YOU HAD a good time at PF eat
ing M&Ms for desert (I'm green with envy)! By the
way aren't girls supposed to wear make-up on their
CARE E. D. ROCK E. Sure was strange to come in
Sun. and not have you to be obnoxious to. I was
lone Ass. for the day! An MTV hit or dinner some
time? Ass. Ed. ee.
TO THE WOMAN FROM Auburn that I danced
with Friday night, let's do it again sometime.
Thanks for a good time. A new admirer.
CATHERINE N. YOU DO know me and you do
not. You might be interested but, beautiful, am I
ready? Thanks for replying. Schoolboy in Dis
grace. TKA "BEAT DOOK" PARADE Friday Nov. 19 at
3:00. Followed by keg party with Cruise-O-Matics at
Pika House. Donations for the blind on campus.
TO THE GIRLS IN the Palace - You made the
Avery mixer a great success last Friday. You're
all great,, especially M.J.M. Thanks B.J. Love
ZTA MOUNT A1NERS - THANKS for a wooander
ful weekend! Here's to Deli Rye, Peaky Top, Kate
Bush, Cold showers, steaks, and philosophies of
life. An extra thanks to Vic, Fonnie, Worothy, and
Ma'am Dell. Hearth Sleeper.
CAMPUS Y COFFEE HOUSE OF the Crafts
Bazaar needs waitresses and waiters for
the weekend of December 3-5. Meeting at
the Y on Wednesday at 4:00. If yon can't
make it call Jeaninc at 942-0552. Free
tertainment and fun!
BRIAN NISMAR, SHAKE IT said Too bad you
don't remember what a great time the party was.
Isn't it lucky you have me to remind you? Diane.
KAREN - THANKS FOR A wonderful weekend! I
only hope you had as. much fun. Sorry you had to
listen about me so much. 1 would like to hear about
you sometime Chuck.
RICHARD DAVID SAMPSON: YOUR wal
let is in the DTH office. Come by daring
office boars, ask for Linda, identify, and
KC - NIGHTIME AMERICA. LATE night strolls
around campus, and nights with James Taylor were
never better! Thanks for making this a very special
semester and for "lifting me up where I belong!"
Your KC. i
KIM'S S. AND P., Diane and Doo: Such good
friends just don't exist for everyone. Thank you for
being there when I needed you. Rhonda.
I KNOW JAMES TAYLOR is good but how come we
heard the same side 4 times? Let's hear more some
time. A new friend.
WHERE ARE ALL THE people who cried when
closed out of the dorms? Morrison contract for sale.
Female. Call Annette at 933-4067 or 544-1656.
MISS OUIDA MAE JUANETTE JONES: Our flaw
less, fat, ferocious, finicky feline friend would say,
"So it's your birthday. Big Fat Hairy Deal!" Wen,
Happy Birthday anyway. Honey. Love from Jon, Ly
man, Odie, Nermal, Pooky, and naturally. Garfield,
plus me. Miss Cassiopeia Alexandre de la Jambe.
ITS NOT WHAT YOU'VE got. It's how you use
it! Interested in muscles, body contact, relaxa
tion? Come to the massage workshop on No
vember 17 at the Carolina Union.
Brezhnev died of an apparent
heart attack as Wednesday at age
75. Within two days, thq. Com
munist Party Central Committee
had selected the 68-year-old An
dropov, a former chief of the KGB
secret police, to take his place as
party general secretary, most
powerful post in the Soviet hierar
chy. The presidency, the second posi
tion held by Brezhnev, has not been
filled. Most analysts expect it to go
to another senior member of the
ruling Politburo, opening an era of
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador
A criminal court judge on Mon
day ordered five national guards
men to stand trial in the murder of
four American Roman Catholic
churchwomen nearly two years ago.
Judge Bernardo Rauda Murcia,
who conducted the nine-month
equivalent of a grand jury probe,
ruled there was enough evidence for
a trial against the guardsmen.
Details of the indictment have not
been made public yet.
The Reagan administration has
demanded that this and other cases
of alleged government brutality be
stopped as a condition for con
tinued U.S. aid.
-The three nuns and a lay worker,
who had been working with Sal
vadoran peasants, were detained
and shot dead by a national guard
patrol 30 miles outside the capital
Dec. 4, 1980. Some showed signs of
STACY, THANKS AGAIN FOR the Zack attack. Its
nice to know that I don't have to use the personals to
find a nice date now and then. Have fun in N. Y.1 P.T.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO TANYA'S "Little" sister!
BABY J - HOPE YOU have a wonderful day. En
joy being a "teenager" while it lasts! I love ya lots!
Big sis - TFW.
JEFF "BREAK A LEG tonight!!!" Sandra.
TO THE GUY IN the red ski coat and the white
baseball cap at the court parties Sat. and McDon
ald's Sun: I was captivated by your smile. I have to
meet you. Respond DTH. UN.
DEAR RESPONDERS TO "SOLO Movie Guy."
Please call me at 933-7065 and ask for "Dave"
don't be shy. If you are too shy (or can't get in touch
with me) tell me how I can contact you in the DTH.
Signed, "Solo Movie Guy."
GLUE: HAPPY BIRTHDAY! SO, how does It
feel to be the big 20? Or should we say the BAD
20? Who is it this week? Your LBF, your BBF.
or your very own keg? Glue, you be so bad! Love
ya; LDN, LDC, IDS, ADL, CA-D-T, and AbY.
SPECIAL JINGLE BELL MORNINGS and the
closeness of fireside afternoons can be yours at
MOUNTAIN BROOK COTTAGES, the Smokies
getaway place. Relax, fish our stocked trout pond,
explore our woods. $45 per nite for 2, $55 per nite
for 4. CaU 704-586-4329.
ATTN: UNC STUDENTS CoUege Students Maga
zine is a new way to meet students from UNC, Mere
dith, Duke, and 15 other major universities. Perso
nal ads placed before November 30 are only $5.00.
To request info and an ad application write: College
Students Magazine, Box 6000. Chapel Hill, NC
AREN'T YOU ANXIOUS TO learn more about this
year's basketball team? You don't have to wait long
the Basketball Tabloid is coming Friday
COACH TOM: THE PAJAMA mixer on 8th West
was more fun than Botany 10 for awhile anyway!
Unattached! I'm interested no strings attached.
HEY EVERYONE - TODAY is Dorothy Bowen's
22nd birthday! Be sure and give her a big hug and a
kiss - YouTl find her in Beard HaU.
FRED "BB." IT MAY have only been a short while,
but when it's right you know it! Well, it's right and
I won't let go. We've been through a tot, and a lot
more to go through, but together well do it, we've
got a lifetime together. I love you, happy two. Geral
dine. - B.EJ. EVER AND EVER, for yon love L
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SUZANNE (S.) Wright. We
hope that your day is everything you desire!! We love
you. Rhonda and April.
THERE WILL BE AN important IFC meeting to
night at 7:00 in 215 Phillips Hall. It is imperative
that all IFC reps attend since we will be voting on
next years officers.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY. SIEGS: I love you more
today than yesterday, but less than tomorrow.
Your secret pal.
BLONDE MUSIC LOVER: HAVE blonde hair,
made Battle of the Bands announcements, but only
announced Kamikazes. Are you talking about me?
Dirty blonde musk nut.
THERE IS AN IFC meeting tonight at 7:00 in
'215 Phillips. All IFC reps please be there.
For jiivub interested in writing for the city
desk of The Daily Tar Heel, there will be a
meeting at 7:30 p.ui. at the DTH offks