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2The Daily Tar HeelThursday. November 18. 198;
For the record
Because of a writing error in the stor
"1984 governor's race just underway; can
didates ready for lively election" (DTH,
Nov. 17), Rep. Charlie Rose was incorrect
ly identified as being from the 2nd District.
The story should have said 7th District.
The DTH regrets the error.
Compiled by Janet Olson
Public service announcements must be turned into the box outside DTH offices in the Carolina Union .
by I p.m. fl i hey arc to run l ho ncxi day. Only annmmtcmeiii.s from University-recognized and campus
iwaiiiAilioiiN will be primed. All announcement', hum be limited lo 25 words and can only run for two days.
GIVE TO THE
Come give blood al an upcoming bloudmobile: 10 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. today in ihe Great Hall, noon to 5:30 p.m. Friday al
Morrison, and 10 a.m. lo 3:30 p.m. Monday in the Great Hall.
The C ampus Crusade for Christ weekly fellowship win meet
at 7 p.m. in the Carolina Union. Check the Union Desk for the
The Financial Aid. Scholarships, and Student Stores Com
mittee of Student Government will meet at 3:30 p.m. in the
Carolina Union. Call Charlotte at 962-5201.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will sell tickets for Club
The UNC Department of Dramatic Art
Presents the World Premiere of
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Sword Fighting o Juggling
Music Dancing Romance Comedy
Tickets Available at the Paul Green Theatre
Graham Memorial Box Office November 16-21
AKA today and Friday in front of the Carolina Union or from
any sorority of AKA.
The North Campus Chapter of Inlervarsity Christian
Fellowship win meet al 7 p.m. in the basement of University
Methodist Church. Everyone is welcome.
The UNC Ice Hockey Club opens its season at 8:45 p.m.
against Duke University at the Daniel Boone Ice Rink.
Developmental Disabilities Training Institute is presenting a
two-day workshop on "Serving Persons with Menial Retarda
tion and Assaultive, Destructive, or Self-Injurious Bcviors."
today and Friday at the Civic Center in Ralcign.
- Interested in muscles, body contact and relaxation? Come to
the massage workshop at the Carolina Union at noon or 2 p.m.
The UNC Pre-Iaw Club will have its last meeting of the
semester at 3:30 p.m. in the Union. Find out what law school is
really like. Refreshments will be served.
Campus Chest Discount Coupon Book, featuring 1 2 coupons
that save you over S10 are being sold in the Pit from 10 a.m.
until 2 p.m. today and Friday. Books are SI.
Minorities in Mas Media will meet al 7 p.m. in the Carolina
Union. Meet at information desk to find room number.
Everyone is invited.
There are international careers in non-pmfit organizations!
I cam about I hem al 3 p.m. in room 224 ol the C arolma
Union. A reception will Mlow, sponsored by liiicrnaiional
hducalioft, journalism, communications, Kron,Pn aM'
other subjects will be discussed at 7 p.m. in rclcr Auditorium
in a lecture sponsored by Other International Careers.
The BSU Thurso) Worship service will begin at 5:45 p m.
al the aSU and will be followed by a 'breakfast meal to signal
ih.- .-ml .,i thr OX! AM fast.
Uurh Faircioth, N.C. Secretary of Commerce, will speak
on "The Future of Economic Development in N.C," at 3:30
p.m. in the Great Hall of the Carolina Union. There will be a
reception for ABS members who sign up after the lecture.
Omega Psi Phi is having its annual canned food drive
through Monday. Please help us help others by giving canned
The Triangle Chapter of the Democratic Socialists of
America will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Carolina Union.
Topics of discussion: election evaluation, socialism and
COMIV. IHnN i
the Granville (Hf-campus t hjpir, ,;, , !
a meeting Friday in the parloi t thl ( h l
Ralph and H.Ida Briitain will Speak ,nlrTV" !h '
Ihe Opera Theater w, prescn, Kla,n)" rhs j
Cofeehow Lnirriammem al H P m ,urj '
muniiy Church on Mason farm and Furd,,' V V '
UC rros presents a seminar on -TV m J" j
ject: Mutation for a Sustainable Soci,iv- h !mtM ft
seminar win oc ncia i-riday ai 7 p m ln s, f """f
The Friday Flicks Series prevents -IXi,.,,, Hil
noon Friday in the second fx.r Conlnm" d'
Health Science Library. ir "'"n r,i
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Participants in the Fast for a Vs.iriH u..
bring their donations to the Campus V nia l ma "-l
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PRIZE WINNERS win an all
expense paid trip for themselves
and a friend to Toronto for
THE WHO's last performance.
50 FIRST PRIZE WINNERS
win a Koss Music Box personal
portable cassette player along with
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TM "It's Hard", the latest release by
500 SECOND PRIZE
WINNERS win THE WHO's "It's
Hard" album plus a SchlitzWHO
Entry Blanks available at participating package
stores and most of your favorite watering holes.
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ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY NOVEMBER 30. 1982.
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12 (noon) one business day before publication.
Classified ad may , be' placed at ."the DTH office br mailed to
the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
Return ad and check or money order to the
DTH office by noon the business day before
your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid.
Rates: 25 words or less
5C for each additional word
$1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type
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 will
be sponsoring Lauch Faircioth 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.
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.
LOST: BUS PASS BELONGING to Donna Langfel
der Thurs. on campus. Reward. If found please call
me at 967-4206.
LOST RESEARCH IN LIBRARY on Friday.
One 3x5 plastic card file box and some
5x8 tied together. Reward offered. No
question asked. Call Martin 942-8860 or
Graduate History office and leave message.
LOST KEYS TWO KEYS on ring with two Tarheel
key chains. Please call Mike at 933-8236. If not
there leave name and number.
FOUND: ONE OLD BROWN briefcase full of
research materials. Contact APO in basement of
LOST: PAIR OF EYE glasses in beige case. Lost
Friday night in Big Frat. Court. If found please call
Jeff at 967-3992.
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 Regional
in Knoxvffle. Stick W
CREATIVE SERVICES AND SHABBAT Dinner A
La Fritz will be held Fri. 1119. Reservations re
quired by Fri. noon. Veggie alternative. $3 meat $2
veggie. HiDel, 210 West Cameron. 942-4057.
THE CHAMPS ARE BACK for another great
season! Don't miss tomorrow's Preview of the
1982-1983 Tar Heel Basketball Team in the
EXAMS LOOMING UP AND nothing going right?
Try: The Perfectionist's Stress Workshop Tuesday,
Nov. 30th, 4:00 pm. Sign-up and further info at the
Union Desk, Nov. 17-Nov. 29. A Carolina Union
THE 10th ANNUAL APS Auction win b
November 20 ft 21! Times: Saturday 9:30
- 6:00. Ssuutay 1:00-6:00 at Can Mill MalL
Carrboro. This is the Original Biggest.
Grandfather of aU Local Benefit Auc
tions. Itsms and esrvtc of every de
scription with White Elephant Tables and
Rsfrcshasents. Donations accepted. For
ssore iuforamation call the shelter at 967-7383.
LAUCH FAIR CLOTH. 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
Great Hall. AD students are invited. There will be a
reception for AB.S. members who sign up.
ALL CAMPUS PRAISE! EVERY M-F, 7:30-8:30 am
in Great Hall, Student Union. "I will seek thee early, .
O God. I will awaken the dawn!"
OVERSEAS JOBS-SUMMERYEAR ROUND.
Europe, S. Amer., Australia, Asia. AH Fields. $500
$1200 monthly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write IJC,
Box 52-NC1, Corona Del 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.
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.
COLLEGE STUDENTS TIRED OF first complain
ing about Reaganomics? The national citizens
group ACORN is hiring salaried staff to involve
citizens in the struggle for economic and social
justice. Part-time or full-time. For interview call
Carolina ActionACORN. 682-9329, 11 a.m.-2
EARN EXTRA MONEY FOR CHRISTMAS flexi
ble schedule for part and full time positions. Must be
18 with car. Call 8-11 am 968-0073.
WANTED, GRADUATE STUDENTS FOR tem
porary work at Student Stores, Textbook Depart
ment: Must be able to work 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
December 7, 1982 through December 16, 1982.
Contact Ms. Neloa Barbee, Mr. Boyd Ellington, or
Mr. Charlie Byrd in the Textbook Department,
Daniels Building. Equal Opportunity Affirmative
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.
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.
THE NORTH CAMPUS CHAPTER of InterVarsity
Christian Fellowship will have a chapter meeting
Thursday 7:00-8:30 pm in the basement of Universi
ty Methodist Church. Everyone Is welcome!
TOUCH OF CLASS '82 Nov. 19th 8 p.na.
Chase Hall Admission Free. Jam follow
ing admission $1.
THURSDAY: PURDYS PRESENTS "bottomless
cups thursday" FREE BEER between 8 and 12.
lost Cl found
LOST: AMTRAK TICKETS TO Philadelphia for
Thanksgiving. Please call Tony, 929-2646. Reward.
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
FEMALE CRAIGE DORM CONTRACT for sale for
spring semester. Call Lori at 933-0163.
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. -
GRANVILLE EAST CONTRACT FOR sale for Spr
ing Semester. Call 933-1963. Keep trying.
GRANVILLE EAST CONTRACT FOR sale Spring
Semester. If interested call Ann, 933-1748.
FOR SALE: MIDNIGHT BLUE limited edition 1979
Trans Am. T-top, cruise control, only 26,000 miles.
Four new tires. Excellent condition. See to ap
FOR SALE: TWO DUKE tickets. Call 968-0242
anytime after 1 p.m.
MEAL CARD FOR SALE good through January
31 -worth $250.00. Will sell for $200.00 or will sell
any part thereof. Call 929-3161.
GRANVILLE EAST (FEMALE) CONTRACT for
sale. Spring Semester. Please call immediately:
TWO TICKETS FOR UNC vs. Duke football game
for sale. Call 942-0088 afternoons and evenings.
GREAT PRICE! HANSON SKI Boots. Excellent
condition. Only $75. Call 942-9327. Fits llV4-12Vx. .
IMPORTED SHEEP SKINS FOR Carseat covers,
wallfloor decor $39.50. Also tailored sheepskin
carseat covers $51.50. Contact Anne Williams
968-0532 or Raleigh 847-0960. Ideal Xmas gift
HOUSING CONTRACT FOR SALE: Craig Hall,
male. Call Mayr this weekend collect at (919)
ROOMMATE WANTED TO SHARE 2 bedroom
apt. with female grad. student. Have own room.
Kingswood. J bus. $164.50 V utilities. Available
mid-dec. First rent Jan 1. Call 967-5019 after 6.
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED: 10 minute walk to
campus North Hampton Plaza. Rent $135.00
month (utilities included, furnished). Undergrad pre
ferred. CaO 929-5068 (5-8pm), 968-8124 (after 8
pm). Keep trying!!!
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 plus Vs utilities. On N bus route. Only need
bedroom furniture. Call 929-9700.
NEEDED MALE ROOMMATE. CONVENIENT
Old Well Apts for spring semester. Only $91 mo.
Furnished. First month's rent free. Call 968
8045. NEEDED: TWO MALES TO share a room in
Kingswood Apts. Sublet beginning in January. $105
per month Vs utilities. Call 967-7368 and ask for
Kevin or Brad.
LIBERAL MALE DESPERATELY NEEDS room
mate to share two bedroom Kingswood Apt. Vi rent
and utilities. Call Joe at 929-7372 during evenings
HOUSEMATE NEEDED TO SHARE small house
in country. Own room. Daily transportation to and
from campus. $75 mo. Vt electricity Woodstove
heat. Call Keith at 732-6384.
BIRTHCHOICE-Pregnant. Struggling With
Lifetime Decision. Can We Help? Call 942-3030
POOR RICHARDS!.. For practical and durable
clothing and camping goods at affordable prices.
YOU HAVENT BEEN TO CHAPEL HILL UNTIL
YOU'VE BEEN TO POOR RICHARDS. KROGER
2 BDR. TRAILER FOR spring semester. Exc. loca
tion, 2.5 mi. from campus. Semi-furnished. $185
mo. Can 967-0018.
TIRED OF DORMS? Take my lease at Royal Park
Apartments in January and I will give you my $200
security deposit. $310.00 per month. 967-0839.
OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-Sportswear, Infant
Preteen or Ladies Apparel Store. Offering all na
tionally known brands such as Jordache, Chic, Lee,
Levi, Vanderbilt, Calvin Klein, Wrangler over 200
other brands. $7,900 to $16,500 includes beginning
inventory, airfare for one to Fashion Center, train
ing, fixtures, grand opening promotions. Call Mr.
Kostecky (501) 327-8031.
THE LORELEIS WELCOME YOU to their Cabaret
tonight at 8 pm in the Great Hall. Bring your own
beer or wine. Tickets are $2.
TO THE NICEST SMILE flashed my way in a long
time. It belongs to the guy who drank coke with his
dinner Friday night. I was the waitress for your parry
of seven and your smiles as you were leaving were a
wonderful ending to a long day. Would like to meet
the person behind that timid smile. Reply DTH.
THE DTir ANNOUNCES hs annual Tmd ;
Alan Chappie a Quickie contest AH,
females may apply, especially those cck'
tag intellectual stimulation. Groups alo?
eligible. APPLY NOW BEFORE nS TOO,
PARANOIA. BIG DESTROYER. Well don't
let it ruin a great thing. R. you're great.
want to buy
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
TKA -BEAT DOOK" PARADE Friday Nov. 19 at
3:00. Followed by keg party with Cnnse-O-Matics at
Pika House. Donations for the blind on campus.
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 Hill, NC
TO THE GUY WHO had on the Sigma Chi shirt
Friday in Physics 24C. You have a nice ass. From
an admirer who is rarely in class.
OH MI GOD! Me, Miss Sapphire Olivia Johnson!
had to perform as a val for like my speech yesterdaj
and it was like I don't know, you know. Anyway o
thing I do know v that Miss Ovida is no one to tal
atvuit rtthor's nunctuation. She's been mieit
periods for the hst 4 months!! and she wears Seal
THIRSTY IN MORRISON-cool out. The rep
forms are in. Now its up to Housing. Hey. wnenw
don t have ice, neither do I! Angie.
i Anv T HFRFS YOUR PERSONAL kid.
a ta Ar. Oh hu the wav. fro "
desperate need of healing. When can I make my
appointment? Your the only cure to my m
"LEMON-FACE" LEA: Yes, you Ms. Watson!
toast to Duke guys" You don't have to go W
record, but one or two would be fun!! Herei
suoer weekend! Love va! -Zelda and Hank.
LES: HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO my older. vA
roommate. We may have mellowed out ova
years but we stiU throw the wuaesi paru - ,
Mill, ino eggs or cane piea; y -everybody
coming? Love, Lou.
PURCHASING NEW AND USED LP'S, Tapes,
45's, (Rock, Classical, Jazz, Wave, Blues etc.) and
ENTIRE COLLECTIONS. BACK DOOR REC
ORDS, 136 E. Rosemary Lower Level NCNB Plaza.
Mon.-Sat. 12-6 p.m. 933-0019 or 929-6175. 4,000
LP's For Sale.
BAHAMAS BOUND! CRUISE DOWN to the
islands for 4 days and 3 nights. Leaving Miami Jan.
7 returning Jan. 10. Nasau and Out Island. A NCL
cruise. $270. Call 933-2606 and ask for Gerry to
learn more. Call Today.
PERSONAL FOR "AWARD WINNING
Photographer Al Steele:''
Yer Mama Sleeps In Teaguel
INDIANAPOLIS, ANYONE? DESPERATELY
NEED a ride over Thanksgiving break to Indy or
near, vicinity (Chicago, South Bend, Louisville,
Midwest. . . ) Please call 933-7748.
HELP! NEED RIDE TO New York over Thanksgiv
ing break. Will share driving and expenses. Call
933-4982 after 7 p.m.
I NEED A RIDE back from Philadelphia, PA on
SUn.. Nov. 28. Will share in expenses and driving.
Please call Jean: 933-5352.
"COME TO , THE MOUNTAINS" Top Brother
Sister camps in Poconos-June 25-August 21.
Waterfront (WS Drama, Canoeing, Sailing, Bike
Leader, Waterski, Athletics, Office and Kitchen
Help. Good salary. Call camp office (215) 224-2100
or write 110A Benson-East, Jenkintown, PA 19046.
PAM-HAPPY BIRTHDAY! EGGS anyone? Yay!
Who smashed my car? Ruff! Is that the Go-Go's?
Fat Rat! Is that a plumber in the bushes? Rockoons
in the dumper! What's a wiss? Zeta love, Sharon
DEAR DIRTY BLOND-YOU are definitely the
one! How about Spanky's tonite at 8:00? Ill be there
UNC VOLLEYBALL LETS MAKE it 3 years in a
row. ACC Champs and another thing! TheyTl be
sorry they invited us, Yup, Yup, Yup. . .Carolina's
Number 1! That's aU I have to say! Pickle and
THE TABLOID OF DEATH is
way io oecomms " . u.
to all who sacrificed their lives for "
creation! Let's celebrate Friday!
UNC HOCKEY CLUB-YOU guys an ! the 9
-i rv.i nurli hpfter than tneyt
m:i s miuw iui
CirmA liirlrt I raw H.
. .od Florida
SPRING BREAK. CRUISt iu $50 0C
Keys. Seven Uays greai
deposit. Catt 933-5006 for more information.
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JCF. GOOD LUCK TO im
tonight as you lead themto vWoJ
some T-shirts.) W.1I .cto
mobile keg! Play well tonight. .
and after the gamel wno- ' '
ANGIE. GREETINGS FROM UNC! What's up
at SMU? If you have a heart you won't say the
football polls! Can't wait until next Wed. when I
see your cute face and P.B. (figure that out)!
Look out Williamsburg! I Love Ya: M
TO CLASSICAL BEAUTY IN "Jj
trxtu-xrAa AtMnr Tups.: You don t know .- - j
' , I miict UK"' j
mv staring. It was involuntary. I mus a
Respond DTH. Love, Heart Beat, r.
your boyfriend f
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TO THE PALACE THAlNr w. - s ,
of a knock at your door. L.S. may oe
side! Can I have your baoiesr u.-
CHARLSEY IF YOU WANT it. come and get it
(your sweater of course). Had a great time-Muffy.
ZOOL 72L: COMING SOON-a weekend to
remember! Get psyched! Birds of a feather flock
WELCOME TO UNC-CH, MoJ
HoehU If. nice to hav. you here
the weekend. I lveToiII.
I NEED A RIDE to the Washington. D.C. area
for Thanksgiving break. Can leave anytime after
noon on Wednesday, Nov. 24. Call Jean at 933-7833.
"NAME YOUR PRICE!!" I need two non
student tickets to the Duke game. If yon
will help me out. I'm sure I can make h
worth your while. Please call 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 call
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 call Kelly: 933-6108. Thank you.
Please leave a message If I'm not in.
RIDE NEEDED FOR 2 to Charlotte over
Thanksgiving. Can leave anytime after 5 p.m. on
Tues. or anytime on Wed. Will share gas. Call:
CINCINNATI, THANKSGIVING: GOING MY
way? Desparately need a ride, can leave any time
and wttl share expenses, of course. Please call
Elizabeth at 933-9073. Thanks!
ATTENTION. UNC SKIERS ARE going to KiU-
ILVcrmont' Jan- 2'7- Prt" run from
$169.00 to $189.00, Includes condo. 5 days ski
ing. Meeting Monday 112282 8:00 pm
Carohna Outdoor Sports. Franklin St. Info Call
Ned 967-0577, Allyson 933-5006 -
t,,c crD tuf Fl OU'ERS bom the gW
can see it in my eyes. I care, but as yo
is in the way Can we still go tt nd P I
Squirming. . .wnFY.W
m RFTA RRDTHERS: This may be jtf
thanks for such a great fall. You are -
KJTf BIRT"DAY TO BEN: You've got to believe
that things will work out for the best. We will always
te there for you as you have been for us. You're
lucky to have more than just your friends in your
T!!"", .,ookinS out for Vou. brother. Best
wishes for a happy birthday. Gregg. Jeff, and Eric.
DAVE P. -WHAT ARE you doing keeping my
roommate out so late at night. I mean morning.
When I said go for it, I didn't think you would take
me so seriously. Gees, as they say up North. The
girl who makes great pie and finishes assiqnmems
LEAH. JOSEPH. LIZ. S"J.t .
ANN: If giving birth is ysg bfB
alcohol surveys, forge ij 'ioaf
we puUed it off THANK d
.u mnA hard work. ..-d'
have com. through without yo- .
was in your inreewi tu'osom, -; jiffi
I'm very interested in ,r call 933 i
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