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2The Daily Tar HeelWednesday. November 17. 1982 I I I I governor time to he one of I he nuw -capable fund r;user in North Carolina. "I "here's nobody beucr al raising ItinJs than I dinisten." he s;iid. Cannichael said I dinisten was pleased with the 19X2 election outcomes. "He did more campaigning for the IXinocraiic party than any other public official in tlte state with the exception of Gov. Hunt," he sakl. "He views tlie strong Democratic surge in the state as prom ising." State Insurance Commissioner John Ingram is ex pected to run on the Democratic ticket. "As far as I'm concerned he will be in the race," said Oscar Smith, spokesman for Ingram. Smith said Ingram would be a popular candidate among young people because of his involvement over the years in affairs dealing with young people. Ingram has not yet begun planning his campaign, Smith said, since he was involved with the 1982 elec tions. He did mention education, health costs, unemployment and energy conservation as concerns of Ingram's. "John has always been an issue-oriented politician," he said. Smith quoted Ingram as saying government should "make sure free enterprise works for all of our citizens. We need to keep government close to the people." Lt. Gov. Jimmy Green has also given the Democratic nomination a great deal of consideration, said Weldon Denny, assistant to Green. After 21 years in the General Assembly, Green has the. name recognition needed for support, Denny said. He stressed that while many candidates would have to spend a great deal of money on media-oriented cam paigns, Green already had popularity within the state. V frfh mms Luncheon Specials available at lunch 11 to 2 p.m. M-F Pizza buffet .... $2.95 Spaghetti ...... $1.95 Lasagaa ....... $2.95 Salad bar .... . . $1.95 Great Potato .... $1.95 PRESENT Tins AD FOR 2 FOH 1 PIZZA SPECIAL! Open Mon.-Thurs. 11 a.m.-mldnite, Fri. & Sat. 11-1 a.m.. Sun 4-11 p.m. 2C3 W. FRANKLIN ST. 942-5149 WQDR & THE t t I I I I u j' present The Best of TNT Tonights New Talent the Triangle area's -'-. i Only Talent of Don't Miss this talent S Climax of the Fall Beer! Imports! Bargain Price Art School Mem rs $1X0 "; r! . Art School; CarrMill, sfl& Classified Info Return ad and check or money order to the DTH ofSce by noon the business day before your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid. Rates: 25 words or less Students $2.00 Non-students $3.00 j . ' 5 for each additional word ; I -$1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type Please notify the DTH ofSce Immediately if ' there are mistakes in your ad. We will be re-' sponsible for only the first ad run. ' ' " announcements THE ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS Students will be sponsoring Lauch Fairdoth 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 COATID OF directors wCl meet Wednesday, 11 1782. In room 226 off the Carolina Union at 7:39 pnv. Interested stndents are Invited 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 bloodmobiles. 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 Regionals In Knoxvilk. Stick W THE ICth ANNUAL APS Aactioo wO be November 29 & 211 Times: Sstnrday 9:39 - 6:09, Sunday 1:$3-6:C3 at Carr Ml Mall. Carrtxaro. This Is the Original Closest. Grandfather of all Local Benefit Auc tions. Items and services of every de scription with Whits Dephant Tables and Refreshments. Donations accepted. For more Information call the shelter at 967 73S3. LAUCH FA1RCLOTH. N.C SECRETARY of Com-, merce, will speak on The Future of Economic De velopment in N.C," Nov. 18 at 3:30 p.m. In the Carolina Union Auditorium. AH students are invited. There will be a reception for A.B.S. members who sign up. ALL CAMPUS PRAISE! EVERY M-F, 7:30-8:30 am in Great HaU, Student Union. "I will seek thee early, O God. 1 will awaken the dawn!" 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 parties, bridal showers or to give her a super birth day surprise! Substantial discount introductory rates in effect until Nov. 26! CaU Ladies' Choice 942-3228 after 6 p.m. WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT PURDYS - 2 drafts for a quarter. 75C cans. "Double Trouble" for those 21 and over. SENIORS, PICK UP THE Duke tickets. Wednesday Nov. 1712-3 in Suite A. Conflicts call Richard. 933 1 658. Remember to SHAKE at Pegasus tonite. Pie economy would play a major role in Green's campaign: lumevcr. IXuny said other matters would be just as important. "Anybody running for governor will hae to think abinit other issues than the economy," he sakl. He cited education, Medicare and welfare as other probable focal points. June Milby. spokeswoman for the state Democratic party, said she learned a long lime ago that things could change drastically over a two-year period. "A day is a lifetime," she said. Milby said a lot of candidates had not yet surfaced and a kit or those who had would change their minds. "Certainly the Democrats will be going into the race in a strong position," Milby said. However, she added that it all depends on the economy. She said many Hunt supporters would back any candidate on the Demo cratic ticket, but she said she did not expect the gover- nor to support any particular candidate. "The governor will be interested in his race," Milby said. Gary Pearce, press secretary to Hunt, said the last thing the governor was going to do was endorse any gubernatorial candidate in 1984. "He will stay strictly neutral," he said. Pearce said there would be rumors of candidates hav ing the governor's support; however, these would all be unfounded. "It doesn't help them to be seen as a gover nor's candidate," he said. '.'And it's just not smart for the governor." . - Possible candidates who have been encouraged to run but have not made their decisions yet are I. Beverly Lake, 2nd District Rep. Charlie Rose D-N.C. and Charlotte Mayor Eddie Knox. Each of them said they had been looking at the possibility of running for gover- 3 Nightly Specials Monday Las a gn a & all the salad you can eat! only $2.95 Tuesday all the pizza & salad you can eat! only $2.95 Wednesday all the spaghetti & salad you can eat! c only $2.75 ART SCHOOL Showcase comedy music magic Wed. Nov. 17 8:30 pm ,? . : 7: Non:members $2.00 Carrboro 942-2041 FIND OUT WHAT LAW school is really like. Hear law professors speak at the next meeting of the UNC Pre-Law Club. Thurs. 3:30 Union. Re freshments will be served. FRIDAYS PAPER WILL HAVE It - the Basketball Tabloid! Don't mis this great brad FILM: "SOUTH AFRICA BELONGS To Us"-Five women talk about apartheid. 106 Carroll Hall, 7:30 pm Weds. Nov. 17. Sponsored by Association for Women Students. HUNGRY? EIGHT HUNDRED MILLION peo ple are everyday. Join a nutritionist, crop spe cialist, geographer, and political scientist in ex ploring remedies to global malnutrition. This panel discussion, entitled "Food for Thought: The Causes of Hunger" will be held tonight at 7 pm in Gerrard Hall. GET A MASSAGE AT th Massage Workshop today at aooa sad 2 pjm. la th Union. Check t the Union desk for room. Sponsored by The New Well ANYONE INTERESTED IN WRITING for the city desk of the DaOy Tar Heel, come by the office at 7:30 this evening. lost & found FOUND ONE PAIR OF glasses on Franklin Street Wed. night caU 933-4108 to claim. 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 caU Kathy Slaughter - 933-4103. LOST: BUS PASS BELONGING to Donna Langfel der Thurs. on campus. Reward. If found please call meat 967-4206. LOST RESEARCH IN LISRARY on Friday. One 3x5 plastic card file box and some 5x8 tied together. Reward offered. No questions asked. Call Martin 942-8S60 or Graduate History office and leave mes sage. help wanted OVERSEAS JOBS-SUMMERYEAR ROUND. Europe, S. Amer., Australia, Asia. All Fields. $500 $1200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write 1JC, Box 52-NC1, Corona Dei Mar, CA 92625. NEED DEPENDABLE, HARD WORKERS. Will pay $7.22 an hour. Interviews every Wednesday in the Union at 3 pm. For room no. Inquire at the In formation Desk SPTES. YARD WORKER NEEDED TWICE a month. Cut grass and rake leaves only. Fee negotiable. CaU Business Manager at Playmakers Repertory Com pany 962-1122. CAMP POSITIONS'- PHYSICAL EDUCATION instructors, therapists and secretary. Seven week summer camp for dyslexic youngsters, N.C. moun tains, teaching or sports experience. Co-ed camp ers, 10-15 years old. Send resume to Camp Loquas tee, 3536 Vest Mill Road. Winston-Salem, NC 27103. EARN $5HR IN EPA breathing experiments on the UNC-CH campus. We need healthy non-smoking males, age 18-35. For more information call 966 1253. 8-5. Monday-Friday. nor in 1984; however none would say what their plans were at this time. Lake, a former Republican state senator, said he had had a great deal of encouragement to try for the . nomination, especially since the 1982 elections. He said a committee had been formed to explore the possibility of his candidacy: however, he himself was not a part of the committee. The group already had begun raising money and organizing political strategy for Lake. Unlike some other candidates. Lake said he thought he had a good amount of popularity in the state due to his campaign in 1980. "Because of my past political ac tivities I have a generally recognizable name," he said. He added, however, that a Hunt-Helms race in 1984 would take away some attention from the gubernatorial race. "Assuming there is a Hunt-Helms senate race, I think there's a good possibility the governor's race would be somewhat overshadowed by that," he saidv Lake said education would play a major role in the issues discussed during his campaign because there was so much money being wasted on education now. "It will take the people in the state to improve it (the educa tion system)," he said. "They just need direction." A media-oriented campaign would have to be waged for the election. Lake agreed. However, he said he did not like that kind of campaigning as much as getting out with the people. "It (the campaign) will be a combina tion of both," he said. " I want to devote a lot of time to traditional campaigning." Rose said he had been, thinking about the possibility of running for governor, but he said he also had been looking ahead to the senate race in 1986. He has not yet made his decision as to which he would rather try for; however, he said he had accepted speaking engagements around the state. He said he was too preoccupied with the next session of congress to make a decision now but he planned to finalize his intentions in 1983. A lot of people in the state were dissatisfied with the : names being mentioned as possible candidates thus far, Rose said; therefore he said he thought he would have a great deal of support . Rose said he did not expect the governor's support if he decided to try for the nomina tion. "I don't expect Gov. Hunt to get involved with the governor's race," he said. "My hope would be that many of his supporters and followers would be with me if I decided to run." He said that was what he was checking on now. Rose said despite his lack of name recognition he, believed he could do the best job for the state. "I don't UNC STUDENT VIDEO SHOWCASE TONIGHT SEE THE PRODUCTIONS OF UNC STUDENTS 7:00 p.m. Union Upstairs Lounge A Union Videotape Committee Program iiB teste fan All ads must be prepaid." Deadline: Ad must be received by 12 (noon) one business day before publication. services CHEAP TYPING! CALL 929-TYPE ' , SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS. BILLIONS avail able that go unused, you may qualify, ASK: Students Aid & Financial Services. 710 La Guna Dr., Venice Fl. 33595. for sale NAKAMICHI 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. Call 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! Will cut price. Call 704-249-3200. . RUFFIN HOUSING CONTRACT FOR sale! Best north campus location. Call 967-5250 for more info. Best in evenings. Keep trying! WOMEN'S HINTON JAMES CONTRACT for sale spring semester. Call 933-4826. Keep trying. FOR SALE: 1970 Duster. 3-speed, V-8 engine. Runs well, body in fair condition. $500. Call Paul at 929-4426. TWO GRANVILLE WEST CONTRACTS available for spring semester, Rm 1205. Phone Jeff or Scott 933-2425. FEMALE CRAIGE DORM CONTRACT for sale for spring semester. Call Lori at 933-0163. TWO CONTRACTS FOR SALE, Grimes Dorm same room, for spring semester 1983. Call 933 8752. FOR SALE: GRANVILLE SOUTH contract on ' great all girl floor for spring semester. Must sell! Price very negotiable! Please call 933-0428 Keep tryingleave message! ; FOR SALE: FEMALE GRANVILLE South contract for spring semester. Price negotiable! Call 933-7926. Ask for Collins. GRANVILLE SOUTH CONTRACT FOR sale im mediately. Hence, substantial cash bonus if sold im mediately. Call Maureen. 933-2971. Leave message if gone. roommates FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR one bed room apt. at Green belt Apts. spring semester. Com pletely furnished. Rent $117.50 plus utilities. Can 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. CaU 967-5019 after 6. FEMALE NON-SMOKING ROOMMATE-needed: next semester. Own bedroom $135.00 per month plus Vt utilities. Call Wendy after 5:00 pm. 967-0367. MALE ROOMMATE WANTED: 10 minute walk to campus North Hampton Plaza. Rent $135.00 month (utilities included, furnished). Undergrad 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! CaH Kerri 967-5964. From page 1 think there's anyone who can do a better job than me," he said. Because of his background in computers. Rose said making North Carolina the technology center of the South would be the major focal point in his guber natorial campaign. "I know that's where the high pay ing jobs of the next decade will be," he said. "It needs special attention." Rose's other area of concentration during his cam paign would be on increasing the motivation of the peo ple of North Carolina. "How do you motivate the peo ple of the state to reach their full potential?" he ques tioned. "Human potential has barely been tapped." Should he decide to run, Rose said he would have his entire ten year voting record published. This would . make the public aware of his record as well as prevent people from criticizing minor decisions he had made in the past, he said. . . Rose also agreed that the 1984 senate race would take some of the limelight away from gubernatorial cam paigning. He said Hunt and his political organization so overshadowed any other political group in the state that people were getting the feeling that whoever was deciding to run for governor did not "have it all together yet." "Dim stars pale in the presence of bright stars," he said. J Knox said he had not made his final decision yet, but he had been traveling around the state and meeting peo ple. "I'm doing what any other candidate does at this point," he said. Knox said it was too premature to make an official announcement, however he said he was at least commit ted to campaigning. Key issues in his campaign would include unemploy ment, better industrial relations and better education within the state. He also said children would play a ma jor role. "These are pretty traditional issues," he said. Knox said he was also interested in long range plan ning for the environment and the educational system. He said he had a group working on these issues now. The media would have to play a big part in his cam paign, Knox said. "Of all the candidates, I'm the least known, they say," he said. He added that he did not think name identification would be a big problem. Flaherty said he expected the 1984 race to carry as . much weight as it had in the past. He said a-Hunt-Helms battle would not hurt the election, but? added that "it would be favorable to our (Republican) can didate for governor," Flaherty said. "We're expecting a very lively and exciting race with a very large turrr-out." go warsKiB lite ff!tDT& ifftlliB TWO FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED to share two-bedroom Foxcroft apartment ' beginning Jan uary 1, 1983. $102.50month plus V utilities. 967 0799. NONSMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for Bolinwood Apt. Own bedroom. $131.50 per month phis 'A utilities. On N bus route. Only need bedroom furniture. Call 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. NEEDED MALE ROOMMATE. CONVENIENT Old Well Apts for spring semester. Only $91 mo. Furnished. First month's rent free. Call 968 8045. wanted WANTED: WINTER HOME FOR sensitive MG-B. Are you willing to rent garage space within 2 miles of campus? Please caU Peter Kaufman, 962-5666. Will pay generously. DESPERATELY NEEDED: 3 tickets to the Caro linaDuke game for 3 very special people. Call Lauren at 933-2910. . "NAME YOUR PRICE!!" I need two non student tickets to the Duke game. If you will help me out, I'm sure 1 can make It worth your while. Please caU 933-2818. VISITING PROFESSOR DESIRES FURNISHED house or roomy apartment in or around Chapel Hill from Dec. 15 to May 1. Write George Logan, 3691 Albion Rd., 3. Ottawa, Ontario KIT 1P2 or can (613)521-7803. for rent SUNNY, SPACIOUS APT. for rent, Carrboro. 2 bedroom fully-carpeted and panelled small complex near shopping on busline $290. CaU 933-0365 or Chapel Hill Realty. 2 BDR. TRAILER FOR spring semester. Exc. loca tion, 2.5 mi. from campus. Semi-furnished. $185 mo. CaU 967-0018. rides I NEED A RIDE back from Orlando, Flor ida on Sunday. Nov. 28. Will share driv ing and expenses. Please call 933-5237 and ask for Julie. I NEED A RIDE to Orlando-Tampa area, Florida. I wfll pay majority of expenses. Please call Tom at 933-4277. If I'm not there, please leave a message. I NEED A RIDE to the Washington, D.C. area for Thanksgiving break. Can leave anytime after noon on Wednesday, Nov. 24. CaU Jean at 933 7833. I DESPERATELY NEED A ride io and from Green ville SC Nov. 19-21. Will share expenses. Can Liz at 933-1423. HOP! 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. CaU Rita 933-8038 immediately! The Associated Press EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. The space shuttle returned to Earth Tuesday as a tried-and-true carrier of space cargo, its commander exulting, "Yes sir, we deliver." With dawn's early light shining off the American flag on its side, the shuttle cut through desert clouds to a centerline landing. "We've been on a fantastic voyage," Vance Brand said. The spacecraft commander steered Columbia over California's Mojave Desert and glided to a smooth stop with more than 5,000 feet of concrete left. "Are we down now? Are we on the ground?" he joked. , "Absolutely, it was beautiful," said Roy Bridges at the console in Mission Control. "You certainly lived up to the motto on this flight. Welcome home." Columbia flight five was the first operational mission of the world's first reusable spacecraft. Now, with more than 10 million miles on its flight log, the ship is scheduled for a 10-month grounding while it is.' overhauled. Challenger, the next ship in the fleet, is being readied at Cape -Canaveral to make the next three flights, beginning Jan. 24. James Abrahamson, NASA's associate administrator for space flight, said EL Id I d o o CCD W EffiraJETEfi mi Classified ad may be placed at the DTH office or mailed to theDTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. RIDE NEEDED TO RICHMOND, VA. I can leave any time Wednesday and if necessary after 1:30 Tuesday. Will gladly split expenses. Call 933-6244. HELP! RIDE NEEDED TO Winston-Salem this weekend. Please caU Kelly: 933-6108. Thank you. Please leave a message if I'm not in. personals MOUNTAIN MEMORIES. SOMETHING TO look forward to and to look back on... days full of memories in your own mountainside cottage. FIREPLACES! $45 for 2, $55 for 4 nitery. MOUN TAIN BROOK COTTAGES, US 441, Sylva. N..C. 704-586-4329. UNC SKIERS ARE GOING to Killington, Ver mont Jan. 27. Sign ups going on now. Less than 50 spots left. Info call AUyson 933-5006. Jon 933-8446. SENIORS, SENIORS! Graduation, a great accom plishment, made memorable with personalized an nouncements, name card, formal and informal notes. See us soon. Lynn's Hallmark, University Mall. 967-7194. 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. 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 you can't make H call Jeaniae at 942-0552. Free en terta lament and fun! BRIAN WISMAR, SHAKE IT sai Too bad you don't remember what a great time the party was. Isn't it lucky you have me to remind you? Diane. RICHARD DAVID SAMPSON: YOUR wal let Is in the DTH office. Come by during office hours, ask for Linda, Identify, and It's yours. FRIDAY'S PAPER WILL HAVE ft - the Basketball Tabloid! Don't miss this great issue! 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 College 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 HiU. NC 27514. ORIGINAL, INEXPENSIVE. PERSONALIZED GIFTS! Try decorated cookies! In only 20 minutes the COOKIE FACTORY can create a decorated cookie for you. 153 E. Franklin. 942-9204. HI MARK - THANKS FOR the charming conver sation Friday night. I must say. quite a favorable im pression was formed. Care to dance? J. ITS NOT WHAT YOU'VE, got. it's how you use it! The Massage Workshop is the last in a wrie of three health workshops. Attend at 12:00 or 2:00 pm on November 17 at ' the Carolina Union. the space walk canceled on Monday because of space suit failures may be taken then "if we are certain we understand exactly what went wrong and have corrected it.". WASHINGTON Spurred by higher costs for new cars, wholesale prices rose 0.5 percent in October, according to government reports released Tuesday. The modest in crease, while reversing an actual drop the previous month, was seen as "good news" at . the White House, but a related report showed another slip in factory output and portended more layoffs and linger ing recession. ' ' Despite last month's comparative surge, wholesale inflation stands at a modest annual pace of about 3 percent for the first 10 months. October's rate would translate to 5.7 percent if it held for a year. Continually moderate food and fuel prices were more than offset by the spurt in prices for new cars and trucks as manufacturers terminated discounts given to dealers in September to clear their inventories of 1982 models. The growth in October followed a 0.1 percent decline in wholesale prices the month before. But deputy White House press secretary Peter Roussel said the Labor Department's report was "good news," and "indicates we're win ning the battle against inflation." 1 s i ULCrlLi Lt w Ji) 9 L7SG rJ !h GOLD OR SILVER IMPORTED & BOTTLED BY TEQUILA JALISCO S A ST. LOUIS. MO. 80 PROOF MS. KING, YOU'RE A queen! Hope your 21st year will be as royally wonderful as your birthday! I love you, as do your friends from all WOKS of life, and the horses we rode in on. Love, Robin, your bird brained roomie. REMEMBER GORDON AND TERESA Ruther ford? They'll be in Chapel Hill between Nov. 22-24; for time and place, call 929-3978. ANNE HICKMAN KNOWS WHICH is cheaper, a reuben or a Dr. Frank's special. She won the "Chea pie of the Week" award! JUNE. I HOPE YOU have a great birthday. Love you, Todd. GIRLS. MISS CASSIOPEIA ALEXANDRE de la Jambe just can't seem to get enough of The Sound of Music. My dear friend. Miss Ouida Mae Juanette Jones, and I attended Chapel Hill High School's production of that superb musical and were very im pressed. Maria was lovely, but it was the Baroness who stole the show. She was a flawless bitch and I really like the kind of party she gives! Until next week, love to all. LOGAN: HOWS THE ANKLE? Sorry you were out of commission, but I enjoyed your company. Maybe next time we "mix,' well both feel more like party ing! Signed, "Girl who couldn't fine the clock!" JOEL HAPPY LATE 20th birthday to a very spe cial person! Have a great year! I'm looking forward to Saturday Well celebrate then! Lots of love. Ginger. COMING SOON HEAR OIL Minister Ali-Raj speak on. Why OPEC Nations Fear Eddie Saunders, in Berryhul HaU sponsored by US Methane Producers and. Clean Lung Association. TO THE GUY IN the Army pants(?) who walked through Bolinwood's upper parking lot Monday af ternoon: I was the girl with the puppy. Do you walk that way often? My puppy wants to meet you! , YO STOW! GREAT TURNOUT at Purdys and Psycho. Ice cream break in Carr tonight. Re member buttons, white shirts, ties or sashes Thursday and Friday's party. CLASH, JAM, SQUEEZE. ELVIS, more, at Sound Barrier every Wednesday. 50t cans 'til 10:30. Go wild, rock the casbah, bring the whole crew. Danc ing permitted. . s HELP! PiKED UP WRONG blue blazer at Joyner stranger mixer. The blazer I took is a "Robert Sur rey." Please check your jacket. IMPORTANT. Please call 933-7914. MEG D PHI ES got the best pledges and you're the greatest! Thanks for bringing me dinner at work! Colleen. JOY, GOOD LUCK IN Charlotte, but hurry back! 1 can't wait till Friday night! I love you! Jeff. CHUCK AT $3.2$ PER hour people would as sume one of us would owe the other $29.25. But who would believe it was aU talk? You can semi me the bill. Thanks for the personal. Karen. JUNE. ALL THE FUN road trips, parties at Fox croft. football games, and quiet talks have been fan tastic! Happy birthday to a super roommate! Cathy. ZETAS: THANKS FOR CARING so much and try ing so hard to help when I needed you most. YaTl are the best! Zeta love & mine, Wendy. EUAUS COLONY DROP BY for good food, talk and an important meeting in our lounge Wed. 10:00 11:30. Your smiling, ever present R.A.'s. ANG1E R. FIX THE damn ke machine!! It's been broken for two months!! Gel m the hall?! Thirsty in Morrison. ANN, I HANKS! HVl. you luo' Soiry I v been so uitsot iable lo one of the "Sweethearts of Sigma Chi." See you son. Keith.

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