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2The Daily Tar HeelWednesday. February 2. 1983
No. 1 UNC faces Clemson
Media Board names Cincotti editor of 'Phoenix'
By AL STEELE
The injury bug has bitten Clemson. And
hard. The Tigers will be without the ser
vices of injured junior guard Vince
Hamilton. Hamilton, who won the ACC
field goal title last year with a mark of
.586, broke his right arm against the
Washington Huskies. Centers Raymond
Jones and Glen McCants, each with ankle
injuries, will see limited time in a home
game against Carolina at 9 tonight.
But a bright spot in Coach Bill Foster's
lineup is junior reserve guard Marc Camp
bell, who threw in five three-point shots
against Duke in a disappointing 99-96 loss
The man not to foul on the Tiger squad
is starting forward David Shaffer. He not
only shoots 74 percent from the line, but
Foster considers him tr -ti art est
man on the floor. Backing up Shaffer on
the inside is Chris Michaels, a high school
teammate of Hamilton. Michaels, a
. 6-foot-5 wing man, scored 1,000 career
points at R.S. Central High School in
Warren Wallace, a 6-foot-3 freshman
from Fork Union Military Academy
replaces Hamilton in the front court.
Wallace will be expected to play a leader
ship role to bolster the sagging Clemson
squad. Joining Wallace in the front court is
returning starter Mike Eppley. Eppley will
i be more dangerous in the assist category
than in scoring. f"
Clemson's only hope against the Tar
Heels tonight is to sacrifice the inside game
for the three-pointer. ,
The Tigers are mired in the basement of
the ACC with a 1-6 record. Their overall
record, not much better, is 7-13.
Joe Oncotti, a sophomore history major from Fayette
ville, was chosen as the 1983-84 editor of The Phoenix by
the Media Board in a closed session Monday night.
The board's selection raised some eyebrows within the
Phoenix staff. Most staffers had expected that Jonathon
Talcott, associate editor of the weekly publication, would
be chosen as editor, the Phoenix managing editor said
Talcott and Cincotti were the only applicants for the
editorship, said Media Board Chairman Joe Cannady. .
Cannady would not comment on the selection process
involved, but said that one of two qualified candidates
"had to be told 'no. "
Cincotti, who has worked on The Phoenix since his
freshman year, has served as a staff writer, a News Editor
and a Curriculum Editor there.
Talcott, a junior from Litchfield, Conn., was associate
editor for the 1982-83 academic year, associate editor of
The (Summer) Tar Heel and a DTH staff writer for several
months during his freshman, and sophomore years.
Talcott said Tuesday that he was "shocked" that he had
not been chosen as Phoenix editor. "This really shows that
there are problems with the selection process," he said, add
ing that the process should be investigated and changed.
Most of the staff supported Talcott for editor, and were
disappointed by the Media Board's selection, said Lynne
"Thomson, 1982-83 managing editor for The Phoenix.
"They ignored the opinion of the staff," she said, add
ing that she had sent a letter to the board in support of
Talcott. "I don't think the people (on the Media Board)
would have done what they did if they knew what it takes
to get out a weekly magazine, and the kind of person need
ed to lead it," she said. "It was a slap in the face to John."
Cincotti said he planned "to crystallize a new' Phoenix
style." , '
"We're not under daily pressure, (so) we can be more
analytical, more in-depth, and a little more selective about
what goes in (than) the DTH"
For the record
In the article titled "Confusing copyright laws
may create problems," (Jan. 31), The Daily Tar
Heel incorrectly reported that UNC Printing
sells packets typed by professors. Actually,
UNC Printing bills the printing to each depart
ment's account and then the packets are sold
through Student Stores, Inc. or the department.
Because of a proofreading error, The Daily
Tar Heel incorrectly identified Campus Govern
ing Council candidate Amy Doyle as Amy
Boyle in the story titled "CGC candidates vie
for positions" (Monday, Jan. 31). Doyle is run
ning for a CGC seat in District 10. The DTH
regrets both errors.
FRANKLIN STEiaET OPTICAL INC.
viih purchase of
No other discounts on sale items.
412 W. Franlkin St. in Odgen Building
(down the hall from Futon Furniture)
Anthony M. Liner
Wednesday, Feb. 23
8 pm Memorial Hall
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
. Non-students $3.00
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 responsible for only
the first ad run.
CARYS SWEAT SHOP at PURDVS. Grand Opening 3
pm. Monday, Valentine's Day. 1983 First dam Ml
Classes: Mon.. Tues.. Thura.. times: 3-4, 4-5, 5:15-6:15
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ATTENTION STATE EMPLOYEES: Area 9 of the NC State
Employees' Association will hold its monthly meeting
February 8. Place: the Firemen's Hut In Carrboro. Time:
5:15 pm. AO State employees are invited to attend.
WHY PAY BIG BUCKS for records, when you can rent
them? RICHARD'S RENT-A-RECORD. Has current
rock, Ian, new-wave, disco, country, and more. Abo
oldies. Singles 2 per day. doubles 43.75 plus refun
dable deposit (Rates lower for rental dub members.)
Above Jordan's on E. Rosemary St 967-3283. 11-7,
TONIGHT ITS "WEDNESDAY NTTE" at Purdy-. 10 draft!
50 canned beer! Totally Rock -n- Ro0 and new wave.
Chapel Hill's new & best night to party at Purity's ... of
SUBMIT! SPRING CELLAR DOOR accepting prose,
poetry, art. Deadline Friday, February 4. Bring submis-'
skMis: 108A Union Anne or send: Box 23 Carolina
, Union. Info. 967-1931.
ARE YOU A CHRISTIAN? Let the Bible teO yo. SPECIAL
BSBLE STUDIES, American Legion Hafl. Legta Road.
February 14th through 20th, 7:30 nightly.
SCAU NEEDS AN EDITOR for the Spring "83 edition
of The Southern Part of Heaven? and people to work on
its Apartment Locator and Roommate Referral Ser
vices. CaH 962-8313 or conic by Suite B.
THE ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS Students will hold a
career seminar on "Careers m Retail Merchandising" featur
ing Sherry Woolen, a buyer with Ivey's on Thursday. Feb. 3
at 3:30 p.m. in T-5 New Carroll.
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LOST: GOLD ROPE CHAIN bracelet possibly around
Union, if kxmd, PLEASE call 933-6238. Thank You.
FOUND: PAIR OF GLOVES fell off bike on Columbia ooing
towards Medical School last Monday 8:00 a.m. 929-4530.
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Friday, Feb. 25 8:30 pm '
Saturday, Feb. 26 4 & 8:30 pm
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LOST: GOLD TTMEX WATCH with brown leather band.
Lost in Fetzer Gym in Gymnastics room on bleachers. If
found please call Ken at 933-4552.
FOUND-PAia OP BLACK
FraakBa S tract. Red csm inacrlhad
BH. DM yon Iom tkmm? Call
LOST: 3"x5' BROWN ADDRESS book lost within the last
two weeks. If found please call Larry. 967-1428.
WCHL RADIO PART-TIME air talent needed weekend & fill
in experience preferred but not absolutely necessary. Air
check & resume to Phil Hawkins, Program Director WCHL,
P.O. Box 2127, Chapel HUB, N.C. 27514 or call 942-8765
ENTRY LEVEL POSITION WITH rapidly growing commer
cial real estate firm. Resident manager for a 160 unit adult
apartment complex in Chapel HOI area. Must bs depen
dable, hard-working, and aggressive. Some bookkeeping
and typing skills. Individual must b fast learner and willing
to live on property. No children, no pets. $500 month
apartment. Send resume with cover letter or request for ap
plication to: Manager, P.O. Box 87, Carrboro, N.C. 27510.
LOOK GOOD IN SW1MSUITS? Women needed for
photographic modeling for advertising promotion. Mini
mum 5'2. Good pay, flexible hours. Experience help
ful but not required. Call 214692-1440.
EARN $5000. THIS SUMMER with College Students Paint
trig Co. We are now hiring District Managers for your dty.
This is a full time summer Job. No exp. necc. Interviewing on
campus soon. Contact your placement office for application
end to schedule appointment
TEACHER NEEDED FOR THURSDAY afternoon Jewish
Religious School Hebrew class. Call Amy at 383-8987 or
COUNSELORS FOR CO-ED SUMMER camp fat the moun
tains of North Carolina. Room, meals, laundry, salary and
travel allowance. Experience not necessary, but must enjoy
living and working with children. Only clean-cut non-smoking
coDege students need apply. For applicationbrochure
write- Jack Levine, Camp Plnewood. 16480 NJE. 20 Avenue.
North Miami Beach, Florida 33162.
WANTED: VOLUNTEERS FOR A 12 week acne study.
Must have moderately severe facial acne. Fee offered is 150.
6 visits to dermatology clinic required. Sponsored by the
Dept of Dermatology, UNC School of Medicine. For infor
mation caO Carol Meyer'. Monday, Wednesday. Friday 1
pm-5 pm. 966-3321.
CHAPEL HILL BASED NATIONALLY syndicated raSio pro
gram needs indMdual(s) for public relations and research.
Part-time Flexible hours. Desfs Travels Box 3363 Chapd
EXCELLENT SUMMER COUNSELING OPPOfnUNTTIES
for men and women who are interested in serving boysaod
girls ages 7-16, guiding them in their physical, mental and
spiritual development Only those persons who will dedicate
their wholehearted efforts to help each Individual child
develop his or her potential should apply. One must have
ability to teach in one or more of our specialised activities.
College students, teachers, and coaches should apply. CAMP
THUNDERBIRD, located 17 miles southeast of Charlotte.
N.C, is an ACA accredited camp member, specializing in
water sports (sailing, water skiing, swimming and canoeing),
yet an added emphasis Is placed on the land sports (general
athletics, tennis, golf, archery, riffery and backpacking).
Horseback riding, white-water canoeing and tripping are ex
tras In our excellent program. For further ir&rmsiion write
or call G. William CHmer. Jr., Director, Camp Thunderbird,
Routs 7, Box 50. Clover. S.C. 23710 (8S3-831-2121).
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All ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Ad must be received by
12 (noon) one business day before publication.
OVERSEAS JOBS SUMMERYEAR round. Europe. S.
Amer.. Australia, Asia. All Fields. $500-51200 monthly.
Sightseeing. Free info. Writs UC Box 52-NC-l Corona Del
Mar. CA 92625.
CAROLINA OUTDOOR SPORTS IS seeking a part-time
employee. Interests and experience must include backpack
ing, paddling, and skiing cross-country and downhill. Apply
at the shop 133V4 E. Franklin Street upstairs.
TWO PROFESSIONAL STUDENTS NEED part-time sitter
for 6 month old daughter. Ride bike or bus to our house fat
Carrboro. Call 967-8586 for details.
DEPENDABLE CARING PERSON NEEDED to care for a
10 year old girl 3 or 4 afternoons a week. Additional respon
sibles negotiable. Hours 34 pm. Must have own car. Non
smoker only. References required. Call 383-7872 evenings.
DOUBLESINGLE OCCUPANCY IN Hinton James Dorm
to any off-campus female. Price negotiable. Please contact
Lisa 933-0421 or Cary 967-0172 (willing to make deal)!
FINE 14KT. JEWELRY: February is the time for love. Give
that special someone a gift of gold. Take advantage of our
February Inventory Clearance Sale on all chains and charms
in stock. Below wholesale prices! Call for a private showing.
933-5357 Tilsit Enterprises.
MALE DORM CONTRACT FOR safe. 323 Fhaus. Call
968-9086 ask for Bill. Price $300.00 or best offer.
1972 VOLKSWAGEN .BEETLE. EXCELLENT condition,
newly overhauled engine, new dutch, muffler, battery, in
terior like new, $1900 or best offer, 383-7346 or 929-1111
ask for Baker.
FOR SALE: CANNON AE-1 and speedlite 177A flash to a
camera buff, unlike myself. Price negotiable. This camera
has hardly been used. CaO De 933-1176.
I STILL NEED TO sell my Klngswood Apt contract Buy my
contract before Feb. 4 and 111 give you my bus pass. $82.25
per month utilities. Good roommates. Call Kelvin at
942-9252. Keep trying.
STILL NEED TO SELL Connor contract Great chance for
lottery and North Campus location. Buy now for 25 dis
count Call Kathy 967-3008. Keep trying!
AYCOCK DORM CONTRACT for said MUST SELL! DIS
COUNT! Time for fall lottery. North Campus Convenience!
Contact Regina at 968-0259 Mon.-Thura. after 5:00.
FOR SALE. NEIL YOUNG tickets. Two reserved 13th row.
Best offer. Call 933-7271 after 2 pro or 942-8213.
SCARED OF THE LOTTERY leaving you roomless? Live in
Granville East guaranteed housing! Avoid the wafting
Bet-Buy now! Call RlstJe 933-1891 by Feb. 5.
CHEAP TVPUiGl CAUL 929-TkTE
PROFESSIONAL TYPING AND WORD processing. Re
ports, dissertations, resumes. Multiple personalized letters,
envelopes, labels. Complete editing. Finishing touches to Job
resumes. Sterling Business Services, 106 North Graham.
933-1111. Now you can ship packages via UPS from Chapei
Hill. All parcels insured, shipped same day received. Pack
Ing materials and assistance available. Ask about UPS
delivery hers. STERLING, 106 North Graham, 933-1111.
THIRD FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share two
bedroom Estea Park Apartment Will have private room.
$100.00month Including utilities, 929-6440.
Saturday; March 19
8 pm Memorial Hall
NONSMOKING RESPONSIBLE PERSON NEEDED to
share 2-bedroom, 2 -bath apartment only 10 min. walk from
campus. $147 month plus 'A utilities. Available immed.
Call 967-0455. evenings best.
ROOMMATE WANTED FOR HOUSE 4 miles from cam
pus. $137.50rnonth plus V4 utilities (deposit required). On F
bus route. CaD Steve 967-4911 evenings.
NON-SMOKING MALE ROOMMATE wanted for mobile
home l'j miles from campus private bedroom and bath full
kitchen and laundry facility preferrably through summer ses
sion 929-6588 evenings.
WANTED GOOD HOME FOR my two year old white poo
dle. Call 929-6172 after 5:00 p.m.
WANTED: A HOUSE IN or near to tha Chapel
HinCarrboro area. Prefer tha $300 par month
ranga. At teas 2 bedrooaas. Call daira at
929-2514 dorm? bosinesa boors.
CASH PAID FOR ALBUMS, 45's. cassettes. THE ALBUM
ANNEX 108 Henderson Street, upstairs over the bar. Buy
ROOM AND MEAL ACCOMMODATIONS at Granville
Towers available immediately. All rates pro rated by the day
until the end of the Spring Semester. Contact Granville
South Business Office. 929-7143.
RIDERS NEEDED UP NORTH as far as Harrlsburg, Pa.
Feb. 3-6. If interested, please call 967-0800 evenings.
TWO PEOPLE NEED A ride to Ft Lauderdale, Florida
March 4th. Will share expenses. Call 933-4652 ask for'
BIDE NEEDED TO BOONE. NC thie waakcad
(Fab. 4)! Mora tfcaa rilUa to kelp artth r-nnr
aad driving. Call 933-2706 or 933-4611 aad
leave a mcaoags foe Sherri!
CARPOOL. SANFORD TO UNC. 8-5 Monday thru Friday
Call Mary 962-1204. . V
DESPERATE FOR RIDE TO Boone area (Boone. Hickory
Sugar Mt.) Please call Venessa at 933-1451. Will pay all ex
penses. Need to leave Friday, Feb. 4V
KELLEY HOUR AND I'UNXSUTAWNEY Phil-have a
great Ground Hog Day Mark Randolph.
COMPACT SLEEK SIXTY FEMALE: top condition; to
highlight standard equipped 60 male. Contract negotiable.
- Fully equipped with audio, working horn . . . RSVP DTH Test
KNOW SOMEONE WHO HAS contributed unselfishly
to the university? Then nominate that student for the
Order of the OUt Well, a campus honorary. Forms at
Union desk. Due Friday.
S.J.: I CANNOT TAKE my eves off you in MATH 4 class!
You are a very CLASSY lady! How about drinks at my place
If t v i(
Undergraduate Juried Student
CALL FOR ENTRIES
Black and White
Monday, February 14 10 am-Noon
Great Hall Carolina Union
More details at Union Information Desk'
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Friday, April 8
8 pm Memorial Hall
Classified ad may be placed at
the DTH Carolina Union 065 A,
UNC SUNBATHERS! SPRINGBREAK FLORIDA trip to
FT. LAUDERDALE OR KEY WEST: 8 beach days, 7 nights
lodging in fine hotels "on the strip", plus nightly parties from
$125. Call 800-368-2006 TOLL FREE! Ask for Annette. Go
with friends or organize a small group and sunbathe for
JOIN US FOR ANOTHER terrific Hillel Deli on Wed
nesday 22, from 6-7:30. Speaking at 7:30 will be Dr.
Karmi Margolis, an American who now lives in Israel.
He will speak on his experiences of moving and settling
FTJLAUDERDALE FOR SPRING BREAK! Your place in
the sun is at the HOLIDAY INN OCEANSiDEfl Please call
. Judy, 968-0552. Bermuda, Bahamas & Daytona trips also
ALPHA CHI SIGMA (Professional Chemistry Fraternity) wffl
hold rush on Feb. 2, 3, and 7. Open to all chemistry and
allied majors. For more info, come by 18-4 Venable
ATTENTION CHINESE AND SEAFOOD lovers! Door to
door free delivery of our famous Sino-Calabash style seafood
and stir-fried authentic Chinese food, from Human and
Szechuan. Please call fat for your orders (minimum of 2).
Also inquire about our daily dinner special. Dairy Luncheon
Special is $2.75 including. Soup, main entree, fried rice or lo
mem (minimumof four orders). One dollar off with this ad.
Jade Palace Chinese and Seafood Restaurant across from
NCNB, Carrboro. 942-0006.
S-YOU WRITE ALMOST as well as AJM. (the almost Is for
respect) I want to know you better. Subtlety isn't simple for
YOU, (YOUR NAME), MAY bava already vtmm
Exciting, isn't it? Yes, the Aalhooy Moaas Gala
Berthday Extravaganza Saraapatakaa fat drawing to
a close, and you may be our winner. To be Included m
our grand finale drawing, you must be personally
validated by the birthday boy himself, Aatboay
Moses, today on his 21st birthday. To qualify for
validation, you must simply spot Mr. Moses on campus,
run up to him yelling, 1 Reaiiza Tha CoacaptT, and
present him with a sweepstakes birthday kiss. Easy,
isn't it? There will be a random drawing from all qualify
ing entries. The grand prize will include a fantasy date
with, you guessed it, Anthony Moaas. But that's not
all! All contestants will receive an autographed copy of
Mr. Moses' bestseller. Tha Coskospfe Aa I Kaow It
Good luck! This contest Is brought to you by the Alex
artder Chapter of the Aathoay Moeae latermatioaal
Happy Birthday, Tony. We love you. Teri & Amy.
LOST YOUR BEAUTIFUL SELF? Find Hon Valentine's Day
at Gary's Sweat Shop at Purdys. Classes: Mon.. Tues..
Thurs. Times: 3-1, 4-5, 5:15-6:15. First Class FREES
EXQUISITE BERMUDA! Some space left Cruises, band.,
boogying, limbo, beer, super tanning. Roundtrip frora RDU.
March 5-12, apartment accommodations. DepostJ $30,
$459. Nationwide student group. Hurry! Contact Poddv
MWF: HAPPY 21ST B-DAY! Guess you're a real man
now -Don't forget those that "helped" you along the way!
Thanks for a fantastic three months. Much love. Complete
KABEE CUFF OR IS tt Moaarch? trviag aoar
snake total aaaaa. It was a sboo-ia "A".
SCOTT ERICKSON-YOU BROKE my heart at Pi Lambda
Phi Thursday night However, that girl with you sure was
cute! Why don't ya give her a call? Love from your dream
WHO EVER FOUND AND returned my wallet to the Parker
HURRY. ITS NOT TOO la u sail the Bahamas Spring
Break. 359 includes everything. Call 942-2695 now for fur
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Tuesday, April 26
Saturday, April 30
the DTH office or mailed to
Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
Want to try SOMETHING NEW? See coupons for up to V
off hairs styling (cuts, perms, styles) In Yellow Pages of
Campus Phone Book.
LAST CHANCE TO SIGN up for Bahamas Spring
Break Trip. 8 days7 nights lodging at the Atlantis
Hotel, round-trip airfare from Raleigh-Durham to
Nassau via Eastern Airlines, Airport transfers, plus ex
tras. Only $417.00. Deposit of $100.00 must be paid by
2 p.m. Thursday. For booking contact Sara Kendall or
Denie Enderlc. 933-6119.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY LORD I'd bake a cake if I could, but TU
spare you Tm lost in the kitchen! Have a great day! Guess
YOU COULD WIN A personal-size stereo or other great
prizes at playing Terrific Twosomes. See today's Village
Advocate for details. Advocate's can be found at various
locations around campus.
THE DTH ANNOUNCES AN informal staff meeting tonight
at Purds. The partybts will leave from the office at 9:30
p.m. Be there!
IN THE BEGINNING WAS the Word, and the Word was
with God. and the Word was God."
FRANKLIN 8TEEET FROLIC. SPONSORED by tha
Saador Class $10.00 for a long sleeve T-Sbart aad
traa baara aad food. Oa sals 10-3 ia the PM aad 3-5
la Saita A Ba Taaraf
DRUG STUDY TO TREAT severe pre-menstrual breast
pain. Call 966-5289 if interested.
PLANT A TREE DM ISRAEL! If you'd like to help the
ecology of breaL who not plant a tree? You can plant ft
with friends or a group or alone. Plant H in Honor of
someone or fai memory of someone. For just $5.00 you
can give of yourself to others and to the land Israel.
Hillel will be selling trees for the Jewish National Fund
on Wednesday, February 2 and Thursday February 3,
from 10-2.-00 at the Union.
SKI NEARBY OR REFRESH your spirits by the fireside. No
irrteruptfons except those you want at MOUNTAIN BROOK
COTTAGES, the Getaway Place. $45 nftely for 2. $55 nttety
for 4. 704-586-4329.
CARLA: MY ROOMMATE, FRIEND, big sis. nurse to the
dying. THANKS for putting up with me (you won't have to
this weekend) Enjoy Brian! Z.
DEAR GAS BILL, I have the heat for your furnace. Blood is
hot and mine flows freely. Resond DTH Signed. Bedroom
EIX SINCE THE MAINTENANCE man couldn't fix it I
guess m have to visit you. And you know what happens to
visitors. Love R.L.D.
TWO NEIL YOUNG TICKETS: General Admission last
minute plans-must sell, will take aO offers until 6.-00
pm Saturday night; yours for the best price 967-7607.
HIGH GAS BILLS. AM 6 '2 and attractive. Have similar
wishes and would like to meet you. but where? Respond
SUZANNE THANKS FOR A SCANDLous evening Sunday.
I had a great time. Ant
MELISSA THANX FOR BONG there when I needed
someone to talk to. Welcome back to whert your friends are.
Missed you more than you know. P.T.
MEN! - WOMEN! JOBS ON SHIPS! American. Foreign.
No experience required. Excellent pay. Worldwide travel
Summer fob or career. Send $3.00 for Information!
SEAFAX. Dept E-9. Bos 2049. Port Angeles, Washington
ROSES -SEND ONE YOUR love on Valenrine's Day."
BALSA will take orders for ROSES at the Law School or
Craige Dorm until Friday. February 4 at 4 pm. Rosas are $3
each. Special rates for down. BALSA will deliver on South
Campus. Others pick up at Law School.