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2The Daily Tar HeelWedne day, March 23, 1983
House drunken driving bill called tougher
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The Associated Press
RALEIGH A legislative committee sent the state
House floor Tuesday a version of Gov. Jim Hunt's
drunken driving bill that observers called tougher than the
Senate package approved last week.
Rep. Martin Lancaster, D-Wayne, sponsor, of the
House bill, said he would recommend that floor debate
Tell all your friends and neighbors that if they want to
see something exciting, they should come to the (House)
gallery next Tuesday," said Lancaster, chairman of the
House Judiciary HI Committee.
Meanwhile, a group of lawmakers and state officials
planned to visit U.S. Transportation Secretary Elizabeth
Dole or her representative Thursday in Washington, D.C.
The North Carolina contingent hopes to gain federal ac
ceptance of the state's drunken driving program and thus
secure a grant to help implement it.
Heman Clark, state secretary of Crime Control and
Public Safety, said that he expected a favorable response
but that federal officials might delay their decision since a
final bill has yet to be adopted.
Both the House and Senate versions of Hunt's bill
would create a new "driving while impaired" offense to
replace driving under the influence and related charges.
Both would raise the rninimum age for drinking beer and
wine from 18 to 19.
The bills would eliminate plea bargaining require
sentencing hearings, impose punishment according to a
prescribed formula taking severity of the case into con
sideration, and revoke for 10 days the license of any driver
blowing 0. 10 or higher on the Breathalyzer.
However, the House and Senate versions differ in a
number of ways, several of which lawmakers call signifi
cant and predict will cause lengthy debate by a joint con
ference committee if the House passes its bill.
"There definitely will have to be a conference commit
tee. That's been anticipated from day one," said Lan
caster, "When you've got an 80-page bill being worked on
by two different groups, it's highly unlikely you'll come
up with the same result." .-"
Areas where the two bills appear furthest apart include:
Dramshop liability, which refers to civil liability
placed on vendors who sell alcoholic beverages to people
who later cause traffic accidents.
Both bills originally imposed liability for all sales to
people who were already drunk or underage. The Senate
removed liability for sales to the intoxicated, while the
House removed liability for sales to people who do their
drinking off-premises but retained it for on-premises
Ten-day license revocation for blowing 0. 10 or higher
on the Breathalyzer.
The Senate requires that anyone whose license is re
voked get a hearing on request before a Department of
Motor Vehicles official within six days. The House re
tained original language saying the hearing must be con
ducted by a magistrate within three days.
Possession of an open alcoholic beverage container
in the passenger area of a vehicle.
The Senate, over the objections of bill sponsor Sen.
Henson Barnes, D-Wayne, approved an amendment to
presume that any such open container is possessed by the
driver and therefore illegal. The amendment, introduced
by Sen. George Marion, D-Surry, effectively would ban
drinking in vehicles.
The House bill would make it illegal for the driver to
possess open alcoholic beverage containers but doesn't
presume that any open containers are the driver's.
The point at which a convicted impaired driver may
apply for a limited driving privilege.
The Senate dropped all restrictions on when to apply.
The House version deletes a requirement that people must
return to court to apply, but says the limited privilege is ef
fective only after one of the mandatory sentencing provi
sions has been satisfied. : ' 1 '
Both the House and Senate approved a . number of
amendments the other chamber didn't adopt, but none is
seen as too difficult for the, conference committee, to
resolve. '. .-. '-v -
Lancaster said he also expects an effort on the House
floor to raise the chinking age to 21 . A separate Senate bill
to that effect is before a Senate committee.; -
Hunt names 3 to historic preservation commission
By SHARON SHERIDAN
Gov. Jim Hunt recentlnamed Justin
L. Brown Jr. and Margaret T. Moore of
Hillsborough and Stephen H. Halkiotis
of Chapel Hill to the Historic Hills
The Commission "is responsible for
the preservation and restoration of the
Town of Hillsborough and advises the
Secretary of Cultural Resources on any
matter involving Hillsborough," said
Lynne Garrison, assistant press secretary
to Hunt. To be considered for the com
mission, a person would have to be in
volved in and interested in the restora
tion, she said. '
Halkiotis, principal at Orange High
School, in Hillsborough said he has done
volunteer work for the commission in the
past, including helping with fundraising
0 . 4 jhki.
Bright leaf Square
The Tovvne Shop
and serving as a guide and host at open
houses at the Burwell School.
The historic commission owns the
"It (Burwell) was a very famous girls'
school," said commission chairman Mary
Engstrom. The school "actually is sort of
the nucleus of women's education in
North Carolina," she said. Engstrom is
one of the original appointees of the com
mission, which was started in 1963.
Halkiotis came to Chapel Hill in 1967
to attend graduate school, "so I consider
myself a Tar Heel," he said. Before being
appointed principal of Orange High
School, he was a social studies teacher
and assistant principal there.
. "I was certainly honored that they
would consider me for nomination (to the
commission)," he said. "I was a graduate
of the history department herp at
Carolina, so I have an undying love for
the past." -T
When he was named to the commis
sion, he "was extremely humbled,"
A retired carrier for the U.S. Postal
Service, Brown is president of the Friends
of Orange County Library and a former
board member of the Hillsborough His
Moore is an editorial assistant for the
Duke University Press and is a member
of both the Preservation Fund of Hills
, borough and the Hillsborough Historical
The new appointees' terms will last un
til October 1, 1985. -
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The Associated Press
PARIS The French Cabinet
resigned Tuesday, one. day after it
agreed to devalue the franc for the
third time.- President Francois Mitter
rand asked Prime Minister Pierre
Mauroy to stay on and form another
The action was regarded as Mitter
rand's first step toward a reorganiza
tion to deal with France's economic
. Foreign Trade Minister Michel
Jobert resigned Sunday, saying he
lacked authority to curb the country's
growing trade deficit.
Presidential spokesman Michel
Vauzelle told reporters Tuesday at the
Elysee Palace that Mitterrand had ac
cepted the government's resignation
and had named Mauroy prime minister
again. . .
It is Mauroy' s third government
an expression of confidence from Mit
terrand for him despite losses in nation
wide municipal elections nine days ago,
and particularly after the devaluation
of the franc. ,
WASHINGTON House Demo
crats won an early test vote Tuesday on
a 1984 budget that cuts President
Reagan's defense buildup by more than
half, and Speaker Thomas P. "Tip"
O'Neill Jr., predicted the spending plan
would be approved in full today.
The 230-1 87 vote came as Reagan in
tensified his lobbying campaign against
the measure through repeated sessions
with congressmen at the White House.
But his chief spokesman said 'We
Spokesman Larry Speakes said
Reagan faced a "long haul" to block
House approval of the Democratic
The Democrats' program for the
next fiscal year also calls for $30 billion
more in tax revenue for the govern
ment, restores about $33 billion in pro
posed domestic spending cuts, and has
a deficit of $174.5 billion.
WASHINGTON Spurred on by
an angry President Reagan, the Senate
Tuesday put aside a fight over tax
withholding on interest and dividends
to clear the way for action on a huge
Social Security rescue bill and jobless
benefits for the 1.6 million people.
By a 54-43 vote, the Senate defeated
a maneuver by Sen. John Melcher,
D-Mont., that would have kept alive
the debate over his amendment.to delay
withholding for six months, until Jan. ,
If the withholding amendment is at
tached to the Social Security bill, cau
tioned Republican Leader Howard
Baker, "it probably will blow this
The vote does, not end the debate
over withholding, but delays the fight,
probably until next month.
The victory in separating the volatile
issue from the Social Security bill was
pulled off by Senate leaders, the
Reagan administration and organized
RALEIGH A joint resolution
asking Congress to oppose selling Na
tional Forest Service land in North
Carolina has already received "a lot of
support," the bill's sponsor said Tues
day. "A lot of people are concerned
about this," said Sen. Joe Thomas,
P-Craven. "I've had maybe 20 or 25
people sign this. So far no one has
turned me down."
The U.S. Department of Agriculture,
has requested the authority to sell up to
6 million acres of forest service land na
tionwide, including up to 71,358 acres
in North Carolina, which has 1.25
million acres of national forests.
"We've got to let Congress know
how we feel about this kind of plan,"
Thomas said. .
Gov. Jim Hunt and Lt. Gov. Jimmy
Green have said they oppose the pro
posal to sell the land, and Hunt
threatened a lawsuit if the government
tries to begin the sales.
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THE ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS Students will meet
Thursday, March 24 at 3:30 in T-7 New Carroll. Bob Arnold, t
marketing expert from IBM, will apeak about careers in
marketing. The public is Invited.
VIDEO GAME PLAYER S Student Special 10 am4 pm.
M-F. 5 plays for f 1.00 at Pump House on FrankBn Street
next to Pizza Hut
CRUISE SHIP JOBS! 14-$28,000. Carribean, Hawaii,
World. Call for Guide. Directory. Newsletter. 1 916-722-1111.
Ext UNCHAPEL HILL
ROMAN WINGS NEEDS RELIABLE delivery peo
ple Above average caraiags mmd flexible hoar.
Most have ova car aad kamnraac. Apply ba per
son at Roaaaa Wings. 342 West Roaeaaary
BLACK MALES AND FEMALES Earn $5hr-get a
free physical, and help die environment The EPA needs
healthy non-smokers, age 18-35 for a breathing study
on the UNC campus. For more information call
966-1253, Monday-Friday, 8-5.
PRELAW CLUB MEETING. THURSDAY. March
24, 3:30. Stedent Union. Docuoa of 19S3-84 of
ficer will be held, aad plana for nea
will be dlacvaaed.
TONIGHT ITS "WEDNESDAY NITE at Punks 10 drafd
50C canned beer! Totally Rock -n- Roll and new wave.
Chapel Hill's new & best night to party at Purdys ... of
CAPTURE SPRING. . .ON FILM! Enter the AXO Photo
Contest! $2 00 entry fee goes to Easter Seals. Entries due ,
April 8 at 215 E. Rosemary St Open House and prizes April
10 from 2-5 p.m. Call 968-0057 for categories.
CARE TO VIEW SOMETHING sensual, fantastic and dif
ferent? Films and optional dtscusakm groups on sensuality as
it pertains to sexuality. Tburs., 8 pm in the Union.
SUMMER HOUSING FOR WOMEN is available at Sigma
Sigma Sigma Sorority. Air cond., free parking, double or
single rooms, kitchen privileges. CaB 967-2646.
lost Ct found
LOST: TEXAS INSTRUMENTS Digital Watch. White gold
wblue trim. Lost possibly around Peabody area. Reward.
Call 968-0339 Thanksl
FOUND LAST TUES., IN New Carroll silver ladies watch.
Call 942 2935 to claim.
LOST: 1981 CLASS RING Forbush H.S. initials on inside.
933-6213 atJ( for Marta.
LOST MARCH 21 -BLUE nylon wallet Georgia resident
University at Georgia student If found call Rob Chaput
SUMMER JOBS CHARLOTTE PUBLISHING Company
looking for salesmen. Prefer southwestern or varsity men.
No door to door sales. For more information call 704
ASTHMA SUFFERERS EARN $50 in an EPA breathing
study on the UNC campus. To qualify you must be male,
18-35, with currently active asthma. For more information
please caO 966-1253. Monday-Friday, 8-5.
THE UNC WOMEN'S CREW Team needs a coxswain. A
coxswain steers the boat, calls the strategy, and gets us
psyched. No experience necessary. If interested, call Ronda
933-6181 or Lala 933-1404.
1S-S YEAR OLD MALES with colds and flu needed for
paid EPA research. CaO Dr. Robert Chapman at 541-3804
SUMMER DAY CAMP POSITrONS-Town of Chapel Hffl.
32 positions available: 26 Counselors, 6 she Directors. FT
(mornings) & FT, weekdays. Jobs begin June 13 and 20.
One site specializes in special services to handicapped
children. Experience working directly with children prefer
red; some supervisory experience helpful for Director posi
tions. Must be able to plan & lead activities. Counselors:
$3.35hr. Directors S3.50hr. Apply by April 15: Parks &
Recreation Dept., 200 Plant Rd. EOAAE.
STUDENT EXPERIENCED IN REFINISHINGRepairing
old furniture. 20 hours or less week. Near U.N.C $3.25 hour
INTERESTED IN MAKING $2500-$3000. Painting
houses in Raleigh this summer? College Student Painting
Company will be interviewing Tues.. March 29. Experience
preferred but not necessary. Sign up at Hanes Placement Of
fice. PIZZA TRANSIT AUTHORITY IS now accepting ap
plication for delivery personnel. Mast b 18, have
own car, and able to work nights. Apply in psison
after 4:00. P.T.A, 300 West Rosemary Street
INTERESTED IN MODELING? We are seeking attractive
models for figure and "intimate apparel" photography ex- -ceOent
pay. Respond with figure photo and personel informa
tion to P.O. Box 1613. Rocky Mount N.C. 27801-1613.
SADLACICS NOW HAS FULL- and part-time delivery posi
tions available. Must have own transportation. Apply after
DO YOU NEED A part-tiaM job that agrees with yonr
class scaedalsT Barge King 295 E. Franklin St is
now accepting applications for ins following shifts. .
Monday, Wednesday. Friday and Saturday from 11
aat to 2 pas or Taosday. Thursday, aad Saturday
from 11 ass to 2 pas. Interviews March 25, 3 pas to 4
pss. No phone calls pleas.
SMOKERS! THE EPA NEEDS males. 18-40. for' a blood
study Involving 2 visras, 1-1 Vt hours total, on the UNC cam
pus. $15 compensation. Call 966-1253, Monday-Friday, 8-5.
HUNTERS! CHESAPEAKE BAY RETRErVERS for sale.
Superior hunting dog because of great size, strength, dur
ability. The bloodline is finest you've ever seen, guaranteed!
Must call for details. Will negotiate price or trade. CaO
NCAA FINAL FOUR 2 tickets-cheap 505-255-3473.
MEXICAN DRESSES! HAND-EMBROIDERED. Blouses,
men's shirts, belts, too. Extremely reasonable. Sold privately
on campus. CaB 933-5931 after 4 p.m. Keep trying!
NEED TO SELL 2 tickets for Joe Jackson Concert, Sunday,
March 27th in Reynolds Conseum. CaO Martha 933-4182.
FOR SALE: LIVE WIRE electric guitar and Ptgnose 3060
amp. In excellent condition and has terrific sound. Asking
$275. CaB 933-4442 if interested.
MAKE AN OFFER! Large custom buQt contemporary
located between Durham and Chapel Hill. Wooded lot also
features great room, dining room, conversation pit, fire
place, large kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 2Vi baths, rec room and
garage. Only 119,500 but will negotiate. Caa 688-1341 in
Durham Frank Ward Realtors.
CLOSED OUT? ONE BEDROOM apt to sublet for June
. and July. Option to renew lease ki August Contact LaBron
or Jerry after 6 p.m. 967-2054.
NON-SMOKING FEMALE NEEDS
sinking rooauaata(s) So all are aa
the 1983-84 school yaar. Frsfsr tba
varsity Matt1 arsa. CaB Rita at 933-5148.
HAPPY BTMY DON TRON, May your seat for videos not
diminish in your old age as has your volume of hair . . . Tim .
RIDE TO SYRACUSE FOR Eastern Regional needed. I
have friends at Syracuse and can probably furnish a dorm
couch. CaO Dean at 942-9278.
PRECISION MAINTENANCE-IF YOU
foe your Voivo. Jm
FRATERNITIES. DORMS. SORORITIES. Whs
fra hags, nan si a, bats, t shirts. acl Enter 3
girts hs tfr ZJLT. Lags) contest. Friday. March
25. Enjoy oat- AM cans pas Charity
nuhsks. Co-sponsored by Lasso Disunrntiag Co.
and SkoaL Copenhagen aad Happy Days. For nt
fo or to ante. Cal Matt at 967-9 1M or Wayna at
93-814. Win also ba as tha HL Enter Noarl
FURNISHED 2 BR 2 FULL bath apt available to sublet
for summer. AC, pool, balcony, on bus route, close to
malls. CaO 968-1756 anytime.
SUMMER JOBS CHALLENGING AND rewarding.
Looking for hard working students willing to travel for
summer. Avg. $1300mo. Call now. 929-5757.
NEED EXTRA MONEY? PERSONS needed to
distribute advertising for Roman Wings. Hex3U
hoars and good sarntags. Apply at Roasan
Wings. 342 Wast Ros ssasry Street 929-3192.
SUBLET TWO-BEDROOM FURNISHED Apt May 20
Aug. 1. Bus One. AC. pool, laundry, tennis. $273month
phis utilities. Afternoons, evenings 942-8190 or daily Dey
FOXCROFT TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT.' sublet for
May through August unfurnished, CATV available. Rent
negotiable. CaO Jeff at 966-1369. (9-5); Bobby or Tim at
967-5017 after 4.
prices, t Wast Mala. Carrboro. 929-197n
HELP! 1 NEED A ride to northern Ky. or any where on 1-75
near Lexington, Ky. over Easter. Please caO Cindy at
- RIDE NEEDED TO WILMINGTON Friday after noon. WlB
share gas. CaO 968-1331 after 9 p.m.
PASSOVER WILL BE HERE sooner than you think! M you
don't have plans for the first Seder, consider the Seder spon
sored by HUkL It will be held at 6:30 pm, Monday March 28
at Beth-el Synagogue, Watts and Markham Streets.
Durham. Transportation available. $12.00 non-affinstes,
$10.00 affiliates, $3.00 discount If you work. Reservations
must be in by Friday March 25. CaO 942-4057. 10-3 pm.
TRAVEL IN SPAIN: STUDY at University of Salamanca.
June 27-August 8, 1983. CaO Co&ect: A Armando del
Greco. Professor Emeritus (804) 293-3755.
WOULD IT BE WORTH 1$ to find out how to get started m a
mail order business? Incomes for summer or forever. Send
e. addrcs & $1.00 to P.O. Box 2641, Chapel HID 27514.
LOVE AND RELATIONSHIPS TONIGHT! Dr. Paul Flem
ing, noted sex therapist will speak on these topics and
answer any relevant questions. 8 pm in the Union.
'APARTHEID. U.S. CORPORATIONS AND Divest
ment four native South Africans will debate on the role
of U.S. corporations tn apartheid. Wednesday 7:30,
Greenlaw 101. Discussion afterwards.
THE DTH BO ACS OF DISECTOES trig ssoat
Wednesday night. 323. at 7:59 pas In tha FPG
mm hs tha Union. AB
i are Invstsd to art sad.
A SPRING DAY FULL of flowers. May our friendship flower
and blossom as weD. More tender loving care In store Just for
thc asking. Hugs Hubert the Human.
nrz SORRY I ONLY talk to you (or not talk to you) when
I'm drunk. You are always a "nice person! Happy Gradua
tion at last
TO THE ANIMALS: LIZARD, Nymph. Schnookums. Break
was great! But ws needed a personal to let the local "Heels
know we're back on the prowl In Chapd Hill. May we always
be wild. Kim.
IF YOU BELIEVE THAT gay people should have the same
privileges as everyone else In our society. Wear your jeans
WXYC JOB OPENINGS PERSONS interested in applying
for the positions of station manager, business manager, and
chief engineer of WXYC for the period April 1, 1983 through
March 31. 1984 are invited to submit a resume to the SEB
Nominations Committee. Applications should be addressed
to: Nominations Chairman, Box 51, Carolina Union, Chapel
Hffl. NC 27514
AVE. $350WK FOR fuD-timc summer work. Few posi
tions available. Apply now. write: Summer Work. P.O.
Box 3603. Chapel Hill, NC.
SUMMER SALES POSITIONS. Earn $3500 plus more this
summer. Travel to other university campuses throughout the
Southeast and Midwest. SeO yellow page ads for University
Directories. Details and sign up sheet at the Placement Of
fice. Interviews held Monday, March 28.
THESIS, DISSERTATIONS. PAPERS. MANUSCRIPTS.
Fast Accurate Service. Graduate School Approved. Correct
ing Selectric II. 967-1383.
PLANNING ON ATTENDING SUMMER school?
Ws nosd thraa peopls to eubist our 4-oadrooas
apartment that Is only thres blocks from rasa
pus, $93.75 sack par nsoathV snOttes. CaB
Todd at 933-3226 or Pat at 933-5365.
STUDENT EDUCATIONAL BROADCASTING, INC. has
an opening for a community representative to serve a four
year term on the SEB Board of Directors which holds the
license to WXYC-FM. The board meets the first Wednesday
evening of each month and it is preferred that applicants be
non-students. Letters of application should be sent to: SEB
Nominations Chairman, Box 51, Carolina Union, Chapel
Hill, NC 27514
WANTED: VOLUNTEERS FOR 12 week acne study. Must
be 1 5 years or older with moderately severe acne. Requires 6
visits to Dermatology Clinic at NCMH. Fee offered. Spon
sored by UNC Dept. of Dermatology. For information caO
Carol Myer MWF 1-5 p.m. 966-3321.
ALBUMS HALF PRICE or less. AD guaranteed. We
buy, sell and trade. The Album Annex, 108 Henderson
St Above the bar. Cash for clean records.
SUBLETTAKE OVER LEASE: Available May 15: 2 bdr.,
AC, 3 pools, tennis courts, free bus service to campus (Duke
or UNC). CaO Rebecca or Lisa - 493-6307.
FEMALE NEEDED TO SHARE 1 bedroom Estes Park Apt.
xx May, June and July $115month V utilities. CaO
Frande at 933-3673 or 933-9021.
HEY SCOTT COLLEGE FOR leadership, dedication, and
experience vote RENEE KEENER for Governor today!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHIP. FROM a stranger of some sorts!
I hope you've found your. Inner peace" or get a strike the .
next time you bowB
AL AND MIL, THIS is a "twin set" of birthday wishes. Happy
Happy Birthday Birthday! Stay out of the study room today!
Love, Your Roomies.
HILLEL GOES GREEK! Join Hillel on Thursday for a dinner
at Mariakakis Restaurant 15-501 by-pass near East gats.
Meet us at Hillel at 6 pm for a ride, or at the restaurant at
6:30. Room reserved, pay your own way. Possible movie or
NON-SMOKING FEMALE NEEDED to share furnished.
Northampton Plaza Apt 5 min. walk to campus. $140
month Includes utilities. Available May 10. CaO 929-3751.
HEY MHC RESIDENTS ELECT Leslie Nesbit our Lt
Governor this Thursay, March 24, 1983. 1-7 pm, ID re
quired to vote.
FIND BEST STUDENT RATES for summer travel with no
service charge. Circle Travel next to GranviOe Towers in
University Square or call 942-2177.
MICHAEL, HAVE A FANTABULOUS B-Day. Thanks for all
the crazy times we've shared these past eight weeks. Great
things can come out of PDC mixers. Here's to more koala
lusses and Zeta love. ATA aB the way. Love yal Fonda.
ANYBODY WHO'S ANYBODY'S, 'GONNA
there! And pas. yon caa ha sossaoody tool l
dales yonw tkis to the raaea aad churkUs of tha
Clef Hangars. Yon saaat ha thara. Thaws day.
March 24 hs Messarlal Watt at $fc pas.
ANNA G. GETS THE SHORTEST STICK.
FISHER AMFM STEREO RECEIVER $50.00 realistic
stereo tape deck $90.00 both like new. 967-4107 (Drew)
after 9:00 p.m.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for large bed
room In thraa bedroom hoose on Lnagvfaiw
S treat Easy walking dlstanca so csatpoe. Mast
lias pats. $1 17.09 pr month pass utilities. CaB
ALEC ROBERTA, JENEVA. FAWN. Chris, and Special
Friend: Photos and food Thursday at 6.-00 at Red Lobster.
"Tonight let It be farkleT F.W.
To KeBy, my favorite DTH staffer: Thank for bring ibrrr
whea the wsfii start dosing in, sad living a someone is talk
to. or someone to hue to. No matter bow badly things go
your eyes never sees lo stop smiling. Stretch.
ROY, WELCOME TO CHAPEL Hffl. If s great to have you
back again. Well make a Tar Hed of you yetU Thanks for
everything and enjoy the continentaD Love Arm.
JOHN: IF YOU CAN get WXYC to play "Not Enough Love"
from BRJCE STREETS new abura. I'D surrender to aO your
lascMous desires. Love Marsha.
lo the artful dodger was stole the Alexander Cabaret Cash
Box: PLEASE, please return the money. The profit were to
have gone to Springiest. Yoa have sot only robbed the
cabaret coaunittce, yos hsvt robbed the entire campus.