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2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, February 9, 1984 Pilos seeks senior class secretary post Maria Pilos, a junior education and psychology major from Raleigh, has an nounced her candidacy for senior class secretary. Pilos said she felt the secretary could be effective by cooperating enthusiastically with the class-president and vice presi dent. "A lot of pressure has been put on the presidents and vice presidents in the past," Pilos said. "If all four officers work together, I think we can ease some of that pressure and really get things done." If elected, Pilos said she would support the policies of the president and vice president. "There's a good number of candidates running for senior class, all with different ideas," Pilos said. "I'll support whoever is elected because their ideas will be the ones the class chose." Pilos said that if elected she would be most involved with the senior class GREAT FOODS $20,000 Scholarships: A Valuable Scholarship. A Valuable Challenge. The two-year NROTC Scholarship Program offers you a two-year college scholarship that's worth as much as $20,000 m tuition. And it offers you the challenge of be coming a Navy officer with early respons ibilities and decision making authority. .4: During college, the Navy pays tuition, cost of textbooks, instructional allowance of $100 a month for up to 20 months during your Jast wo years of college. Upon graduation and . 1 completion of requirements, you are commissioned a Navy officer. Call your Navy representative for more information on this challenging program. Lt. Neal Smith (919)962-2344 vNavy Officers Get nor?o j f SlSSfllflKSGu 'Sl(alS Classified Info 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 Students $2.00 Non-students $3.00 5 for each additional word $1.00 more for boxed ad or boldface type Please notify the DTH office immediately if there are mistakes in your ad. We will be responsible for only the first ad run. announcements SPRING 1984 RAINBOW SOCCER Regiatratioa begiM MesMlay, Jasu. 16. sods 6 pas. Moeu-FrL, SM W. Rose y. Chapel Hffl. Field Kegjetra tioa is Set. Feb. 11 18. 18-aooa. at Ralabow Soccer Stadias, off Oelad Road aed 15-581. TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT Sat, Feb. 25. 10-eooe. boom. Ratabosr Stadias. PRACTICE BEGINS -Mosu. Feb. 27. laterested Coaches sod Spon sor call 967-8797. RAINBOW SOCCER is a SM-profit recreatioaal psoorass kt its 25th sea- opea to people of any age. sex or saiu. FEELING STRESSED? A stress management group begins Feb. 23 at Student Health Service for 5 wks Thursdays at 2:30. Call 966-2281 (ext. 254) by Feb. 15 Screening interview required pTfie National tv:'NCol!eiate Cftanaplooaftips lo Coming! Next Tuesday & Wednesday! ;:'$jsV: -X. v mmmmmmmm A4 4 . , . " L K Pilos newsletter and with making contacts to help with issues such as the class trip. She said she hoped to use her responsibility and dedication to help the senior class and the other officers. Pilos is a resident assistant in Kenan Dormitory and has served on Avery Dor mitory's government. She is also co chairman of the Murdoch Center Com mittee of the Campus Y. JANET OLSON fees, and an Responsibility Fast. ATTENTION UNC SUNBATHERS SPRING Break Fort LamUrdal trip froai $129. Sva night caB Grag Sowers 968-9073 Brad Carpenter 933-5463 or Lav Torn 1-800-368-2006. Think Su. CAROLINA PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB MEETING will be held Thursday. Feb. 9. at 7 pm, in 217 Bingham. Everyone invited to come see a presentation by professionals on "How To Buy A Camera For Your Needs." ' Attention pre-law students! The unc Pre-Law Ckab wul aaeet today at 3:30 pas In the UakMU Pleas ask at the inforautio desk for the rooms saber. . PO YOU KNOW SOMEONE deserving of recognition for selfless committment to UNC? If so, nomination forms for Order of the Old Well are available at Union desk. Due February 10. ; FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10th IS the last day to eabsoM o saathra for the Order of the Gold Flsscs. Ap pficatioa are avaOable oa the rack aext to the Uaioa Desk. . CAMPUS CRUSADE FOR CHRIST weekly large group . meeting tonight 7 p.m. Student Union. Check with Union Desk, Refreshments provided. Everyone welcome! IM-REC FREE SKATE NIGHT is mis Monday. 7:30-10 pm. Roller skate at Skate Inn. Pick up passes in 203 Woollen. Skate rental 75C Bring student, faculty, staff ID. ; " -:.. ' SCUBA EQUIPMENT AUCTION!! ALL equipment sold February, 15th in 304 Woollen Gym. Goes on display at 5 pm, Auction, begins at 7 pm. Priority given to members. lost & found FOUND-KEYS BELONGING TO someone on women's volleyball team. Call Kelli at 967-8332 to identify. LOST GOLD SEIKO QUARTZ watch on campus within the past two weeks. Please call 967-8700. FOUND: KEYS ATTACHED TO a watch on Franklin St by church across from Mr. Gams. Pick up at Union desk. help wanted OVERSEAS JOBS. . .SUMMER. YR. round. Europe, S. Amer.. Australia. Aria. Alt fields. $900-2000 mo. Sightsee ing. Free info. Write UC. PO Bx 52-NC1 Corona Del Mar. CA 92625. WANT A SUMMER CAMP JOB? Positions available . (male-female) Specialists in all athletic areas; Assistants to Tennis Pro; Golf; Gymnastics; Swimming (WSI); Smallcraft (sailing-canoeing); Rifl ery; Archery; Arts and Crafts (gen eral shop, woodworking); Cerami cs; Sewing; Computer Science; Photography; Science (general electronics); Music; Dramatics; Pioneering; Tripprng; General Counselors, 20 . Camp located In Northeastern Pennsylvania (Poconos). For further information .write to: Trail's End Camp, co Beach Lake, Inc., A22, 215 Adams Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201. "TT" Mason seeks senior class secretarypost Barbara Mason, a junior business and recreation administration major from Chapel Hill, has announced her can didacy for senior class treasurer. If elected, Mason said she would work cooperatively with the president and vice president and would try to incorporate other ideas. "Whoever I work for, I want to do my job effectively by working in my sphere as treasurer as well as supporting their ideas," Mason said. S But Mason said the other candidates' ideas should not be forgotten. Although all the candidates cannot win, they all have important ideas, she said. If elected, Mason said she would like to place the class funds in a private account that would allow the officers to use the money as the class twished. Some funds might be invested in certificate deposits where they could earn money to be ap plied to a class gift at the year's end, she said. In addition, Mason said she felt living in Chapel Hill year-round would be an advantage if the class elected her. "I could work all year long by doing little jobs that are left behind during the 7? Compare Our Incredibly Low Prices! JjP-i1- II Try our medium 12" Pizza with 7) 1 topping J I ISMiMl only 3.95 m x It ANNOUNCING The Opening of the New TRIANGLE WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER EVALUATION CLINIC A no appointment, reasonable cost facility for performing: Pap Smears Breast & Pelvic Examinations AH ads must be prepaid. Deadline: Classified ad must be received by 12 (noon) one business day before publication. Display classified ads must be received by 12 (noon) two business days before publication. 18-30 YEAR OLD white males with respiratory colds and flu arc needed for paid research study at the US Environmental Protection Agency. Chapel Hill. Subjects must be in good " general hearth. Smokers and non-smokers needed. Please call Dr. Robert Chapman or Dr. Robyn Tepper at 541-3804 (days); 942-3912 (nights). Please tell your friends. BLACK MALES t BLACK FEMALES $45 wUl be paid to healthy aost-eaaokers 18-35, who complete aa EPA breathing atndy oa the UNC caaapew. For aaore hmfo please caB 966-1253. MosKlay-Friday 8 asa-5 pat. NEED CASH? WE'RE BUYING Boy Scout patches, books, uniforms, etc before 1970. All CSFs and OA Baps. Write or caD us. The Carolina Trader, Box 26986, Charlotte, 28221. 704-597-9779. ErREPFJEURSSALESPEOPLE ACT NOW! National Company seeks aggressive salespeople to sell sunglasses. Earnings 300-1000semester. Write P.O. 0540 Brown University Providence R.I 02912. $80 WILL BE PAID to healthy non-smoking white males, age 18-35, who complete an EPA breathing study on UNC campus. Time commitment includes 5Vi hours on 2 con secutive days. Call 966-1253. Mon.-Fri.. 8 am-5 pm. CAMP COUNSELORS-OUTSTANDING SUM and Trim Down Camps: Tennis. Dance, Slimnastjcs, WSI, Athletics, NutritionDietetics. 20 . Separate girls' and boys' camps. 7 weeks. CAMP CAMELOT on COLLEGE CAMPUSES at Mass., Penn., No. Carolina, Calif. Send resume: Mkhele Friedman. Director, 947 Hewlett Dr., No. Woodmere, N.Y. 11581. 516-374-0785. ATTENTION BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING MAJORS. A 35 year old Greensboro textile company seeks to employ a May or recent graduate for an assistant treasurers training position combined with some local marketing responsibili ties. Compensation $15,000 to $20,000. Submit resume thru career planning and placement services by February 27th or mail direct to High-Speed Threads, Inc.. P.O. Box 9157, Greensboro. N.C 27408. A detailed job description is on file with Pat Carpenter in Hanes Hall. Applicant may be male or female. ' . . . WE NEED HEALTHY MALES 19-30 for 2 studies on alcohol elimination. One requires a one day lab visit the other a 2 day lab visit requiring 8 to 10 hours drinking alcohol and giv ing breath samples. Send name, address and phone number to B.P. Oownover 1124 FLOB 231 H. Dept. of Phar rnocology, UNC Campus. Chapel Hill. NC 27514. Payment upon completion of vtsit(s). j WANTED: AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER TO take snap shots of bodybuilder, cal 967-6011 nights. Pav neaouable. HELP WANTED BETTER YOUR Chances to Become a Flight Attendant. This info, will teD you what to expect, how to prepare. & give tips that will help you stand out from the crowd. Send name, address & $3.50. to: GR Enterprises, P.O. Box 241122. Charlotte. NC 28224. Again this Spring! THE NEW WELL A WELLNESS RESOURCE CENTER Student Health Service 2nd Floor Health Education Suite 942-WELL or 966-2281 (EXT. 275) Drop in or call for health information andor referral. Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Thurs. 8 am-12 noon on Friday I 1 1 s I X N I k..k. 4 v- y.:-:-y-----.y.- : I 1 K Mason summer," Mason said. Mason said she had experience from past jobs and offices that involved work ing with the University bureaucracy and managing a budget. She said she also had an advantage in knowing the Chapel Hill financial institutions. Mason was treasurer of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and worked for the Village Bank in Chapel Hill last year. She was also pledge project chairman for the Kappa Delta sorority. She will be pool manager this summer for the Chapel Hill Country Club. ti JANET OLSON Free Blood Pressure Readings For further information calir942-0011 104 S. Estes Dr., Suite 103 (Directly behind the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce) Office Hours: Wed. & Thurs. 2:00-6:00 PM services . CHEAP TYPING! CALL 929-TYPE ABORTION TO 18 WEEKS. Private and confidential GYN facility with Saturday and evening appointments available. Pain medication given. Free pregnancy test 942-0824 Chapel Hill. LEARN BARTENDING. MALE AND female, ages 19 and up. Day and evening classes. Earn up to $10.50 an hour. UNC campus 942-5385. RECYCLE YOUR ALBUMS 45 's and cassettes. We buy or trade two for one. Two locations Fair Exchange, 302 E. Main St Carrboro or Album Annex, 108 Henderson St, Chapel Hill. Cash or Credit GRADUATE STUDENTS: RESERVE YOUR thesis typist oar; before the rash. Experie&ced. profee sfamal. grade ate school approved. Speedy service, resoaable rates. 967-1383. E.J. & COMPANY PLAYS the best in Rock. Funk, & Beach. Four hours of the best jam for only $125.00. CaB An dy Ptttman at 967-8871. for sale CORONA PC, 128K, 2 DISK drive, monitor ind, some soft ware bid, price $2,995, 683-1281. POLO SHIRTS FOR LESS! 100 Cotton shortsleeve. $14. Polo Rugby, $20 sweatshirts Esprit. Beverly Hills Polo Club, $13 & more. Hurry for best selection! Randy 929-9556. JOYNER CONTRACT FOR SALE! Great north campus location. Call 933-3661 or 1-787-7799. COLLEGE SWEATSHIRTS! MANY SCHOOLS in stock available for immediate delivery. $14.00 each postpaid. Many colors. Call 601-835-1085 or write Box 317, Brook haven, Mississippi 39601 for more information. POLICE TICKETS FOR SALE. Show on Sat the 11th. Seats close to the stage. Best offer. Call Donald after 4 pm 933-8605. STACY CONTRACT FOR SALE: Great location in North Campus. Price is negotiable. Call: 933-3868. GRAHAM CONTRACT FOR SALE: great location in the best part of campus. Great roommate. Great price. Call 933-3886. POLICE TICKETS FOR SALE for Sat. Feb. 11 show. Good price. 2 pair, seats together. WiU also sell single pair. 929-5331. ajajMismsMIM 70) I J !! n JI St cite and- Nation The Associated Press SARAJEVO, Yugoslavia The XIV Olympic Winter Games officially opened Wednesday with the lighting of the Olympic flame. About 1,500 athletes representing a record 49 coun tries marched in a magnificent proces- sion to the sounds of pop and disco, to Beethovan, Mozart and Bach. Skiers, skaters and sled racers from Mongolia to Iceland got a warm reception from the 50,000 spectators who filled Kosevo Stadium for the lavish pageant. But the crowd reserved its biggest cheer for the lighting of the Olympic torch, at 3:37 p.m., local time. The honor went to 19-year-old Yugoslav figure skater Sanda Dubravcic after she trotted 94 teps up a white plat form to where the flame will burn in a huge bowl for the duration of the Games. "Havla, Sarajevo, Havla, Yugoslavia," Juan Antonio Samarach, president of the Interna tional Olympic Committee, said. "Thank You, Sarajevo. Thank You, Yugoslavia." CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. Challenger's space walkers refueled their backpacks Wednesday for an en core venture into the cargo bay, while officials on the ground worried that rain and clouds might prevent the first Florida shuttle landing on Saturday. Mission Control told the crew that "you're the talk of the world" after the spectacular excursion that Bruce McCandless and Robert Stewart made RESUMES COPIED k Quality Duplicating ,j k FinePapers M jX Ready While You Wait 'M' m I 933-2679 105 No. Columbia J Classified ad may be placed at the DTH office or mailed to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. roommates MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED TO stare 1-year old. 3 bedroom, 2 bath duplex 5 miles south of UNC $140. CaB 968-1636 between 6-7 p.m. CaB Craig. rides I WILL PAY SOMEONE $5.00 to take me to High Point or to Wendover Ave. in Greensboro this Friday. CaB Rena at 929-7370. NEED A RIDE TO Charlotte this weekend. Anyone headed my way? Will help with gas. Please call Joan 933-3618, Thanks. NEED RIDE TO PFEIFFER College vicinity. (Salisbury, Charlotte, Albemarle, or Asheboro). Leaving Friday, Feb. 10. return Sunday, Feb. 12. Share gas. CaB 967-9079 after 6:00. NEED RIDE TO BOONE Feb. 10th. WiB share gas. I can leave anytime Friday. Please caB 9339-1437. for rent SEEKING SOMEONE TO SUBLEASE a one bedroom un furnished apartment On J and C bus routes. $234.00 per month. CaB 933-7791. SUBLEASE MY APARTMENT IN February, get my $300 deposit in July. 2 bedroom Laurel Ridge town house. Spacious, quiet $439month. Call Lenny, 942-5015. wanted 2 POLICE TICKETS FOR FrL, 210 (I have 2 Sat tickets.) Tradebuy my tickets at coliseum mam gate Fri. nite 7 p.m. Red Coat: Ray. personals TRAVEL IN SPAIN: STUDY at University of Salamanca. June 27-Aug. 8. 1984. Write or call collect: Armando Del Greco. Professor eimritus. 12 Canterbury RL. Charlottes ville, Va. 22901- (804) 293-3755. ROOMMATE WANTED Female grad student or professional; Own bedroom & haif-bath, washer dryer, cats welcome, furnished. 5 miles south on 15-501. Rent $115 mo7 Y2 utilities. 929-8327. 110,592,000,000. Incredible! The number of different banana splits at taieAMl hesnessi we I SZ5 Create your own tonight! SuTK-Thursctey 1l2W.Frank5nSt 11:30am to roJragrt 942-7484 vS into space Tuesday without a rope connecting them to the shuttle. McCandless and Stewart are scheduled for a second walk beginning at 6 a.m. EST Thursday, but their three fellow astronauts joked they might fight for the chance "to share all the good deals." WINSTON-SALEM Defense at torneys Wednesday attacked the truthfulness of former Klansman Chris Benson, who said he agreed to testify against nine Klansmen and Nazis because he couldn't go on "covering up for them." Benson, who testified he became an FBI informant after the Nov. 3, 1979 shootings of five communists in Greensboro, did not appear in the 1980 state murder trial stemming from the slayings. State prosecutors say they didn't know of Benson's law enforcement role until this week. "I was tired of lies," Benson said. ' "I decided in the room that I couldn't go on telling lies covering up for them." JACKSONVILLE President Reagan's plan to gradually withdraw embattled Marines from Beirut brought approval from soldiers' wives back home but drew warnings from some North Carolina congressmen. "I think they should have done it a long time ago. We went over there for a purpose and now that the govern ment is falling apart it is time for them to pull out," said one wife, who asked not to be identified. Reagan announced Tuesday he had ordered the gradual removal of the Marines to warships off the Lebanese shore. He also gave the U.S. fleet broad discretion to mount naval and air attacks on anyone firing on Beirut from areas controlled by Syria. JOIN A GREAT Tarheel tradttJoa: Fresh ssan Casap Counselor ppHcatloae NOW available at Camps Y. Dee Feb. 17, 4.-00 pes. Skea ap for in terview. ALL stadeota WANTED. DEBO RITA HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO a wonderful roomie and friend) I hope your day Is "so good, fantastic, and. dynomiter I love you The Whammer. SOOSKA, WHATS SHAKIN BABY? Good morning! Don't look now but it's almost Maach. No shit you're from Boston. Woof. Love Boobska. THE "EATING FOR THE Wrong Reasons" group offers a setting for one to begin recognizing, confronting, and resolv ing the compulsion to over -eat. CaB 966-2281, ext. 275 for more information. , ELMO EARL BALLKEAD IV. Yos first persoaal b tow years. Ws the CaroUea girls jast wasted to say thaaks for everythbag. Yoa are a stad! THE HOLISTIC WEIGHT MANAGEMENT Group wiO assist you In accepting responsibility for nutritious earing, regular exercise, and managing stress to enable you to eflecUvely manage weight Call 966-2281. ext. 275 for more informa tion. SUSAN: HOPE YOU HAVE a blue ribbon birthday. How about some horselng around after the show? My love always, Michael. OVER 80.000 PEACE CORPS Volunteer have weaved threads of peace, caring and friendship in barios, fields and villages of 90 third world countries. These threads encircle the world. Want to give It a try. 942-4057. DEBRA ANN-HAPPY 21st Buddy! Now you can order that Amoretta Sour! Wishing you happiness today and always. May all your dreams come true. Love, Eileen. CATHY HAPPY ANNIVERSARY. I am glad to sec that things are starting to work themselves out. Have a happy day. Love David. SUE: ITS RAINING MEN, finally. What a way to start your birthday week. Here's to the rest of the "Love Month." Thanks for being my bestest friend. Happy Birthday! Wuvu, Pam P.S. DilUgaft! THE UNC CIRCLE K Club will deliver carnations to your Valentine's on campus Feb. 14th. Order yours today and Fri day for only $1.00 In the Union. DTH ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVES MAN DATORY aseetia. today 29 rooss 224 Uaioa at 5:09. SUSAN W. IS TWENTY-TWO and a day" today, so give her a hug and wish her happy late" birthday. By order of her loving roommates Leslie and Jude. GIGGY MY LOVE, fLL never forget the night that you were nunc. Remember cucumbers don't beat the real thing. AO my love and lust! Andy. YES I, MISS SAPPHIRE Olivia Johnsorm, did attend Dr. Ruth's lecture on Tuesday, but I did not go tor myself. I went for Shuiene Sharonetta who needed advice on dealing with men. Lord knows I don't need advice as to how to deal with men. You could caB me a dealership. MOLEGUIN M1SHA. HAVE A sale happy wild weekend. How is your herpes simplex 1? Ha Ha. Ws slut puppies love you. You, You MoJeguin. STUDENTS WITH BULIMIA Psychotherapysupport group for women with bulimia Focus on understanding emotions that lead to overeating and regaining control of eating behavior. For more information call Student Health Service at 966-2281 (ext. 254) GrouD meets Wednesday afternoons Starting Feb. 22. Screening Interview required.

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