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2The Daily Tar HeelWednesday, March 28, 1984
Hart defeats Mod dale in Connecticut
Piedmont jet hijacked to Havana
The Associated Pre
HARTFORD, Conn. Sen. Gary
Hart cemented a six-state sweep of New
England by easily defeating Walter F.
Mondale Tuesday in the Connecticut
Democratic presidential primary
prelude to next week's showdown in
neighboring New York.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson was running a
Network interviews indicated Hart, a
second-term senator from Colorado,
polled strongly across the state, especially
among younger voters, college graduates,
With 52 delegates to the Democratic
National Convention at stake, Connec
ticut was overshadowed in recent cam
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"HOW TO START A small business" 2-day seminar,
taught by Rick Doble. Easy, practical Information
Rick's third year of teaching this workshop. Take either
or both days. Includes notebook. Enroll soon for lowest
cost. Meets: Fri.. April 13. 7-10 p.m. and Sat., April 14,
1-5 p.m., Wesley Foundation, 214 Pittsboro St., Chapel
Hill (behind Carolina Inn). Call now: 688-5467.
GOING OUT WEST THIS summer? If interested. I'm looking
for someone to travel all or part of the summer with. Don,
SF QUIZ BOWL-DO you love science fiction? Trivia? Sign
up for CHIMERA'S SF QUIZ BOWL. In Wilson Library Lob
by. Games played April 1st and 8th.
ANDREW YOUNG WILL PRESENT a lecture Wednes
day, April 4 at 8 pm In Memorial Hall. Applications to
attend a reception arc available at the Union Desk.
Deadline for applications is Monday, April 2.
STUDENT AUDIT BOARD IS taking applications for
1984-85 positions. Submit resume to Box 18. Carolina
Union by Monday, April 2. Contact Caroline CockreD
967-9322 for questions.
TONIGHT! FIRST TIME EVER! Happy Hour at He's
Not Here with the UNC Sailing Club. 25 cent draft from
8 until 11:00. don't miss it!
VARSITY CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS! Clink starts Mon
day, April 2 at 7:45 in Carmichad Auditorium. Dress to
work out. Everyone is welcome!
ATTENTTOF IXE UNC PRE-LAW Club will hold elec
tions on Mch 29, 1984 at 3:30 pm In the Union.
Please check at the information desk for the room.
FIELD HOCKEY CLUB MEETING mandatory if you want to
play next fall. Thurs. 7:00 In the Union. If you can't attend
caH Barbie 929-5601 or Renee 933-7383.
by Tom Stoppard
March 22-25, 27-April 1
Paul Green Theatre
Playmakers Box Office
Graham Mem. Bldg.
Curtain: 8 pm nightly
Sun. Mat. 2 pm
CAROLINA STUDENT FUND
All campus talent show
for university recognized
areas and organizations
"Participating in A.C.T.S. is a
fantastic opportunity for dorms
who need funding for furni
ture, parties, movies, etc "
Audition April 4 & 6
Sign up at Union Desk
pm r i More Info.
Sill S? 1 962-2285
paigning by the early maneuvering in
New York where 252 delegates will be
apportioned next Tuesday.
The vote, with 79 percent of the
Hart, 91,779, or 55 percent.
Mondale, 49,680, 30 percent.
Jackson, 15,284, 9 percent.
Several candidates who withdrew
following previous defeats shared the re
mainder of the vote with uncommited.
Hart's strength in past primaries was
holding up Tuesday among the so-called
"yuppies", young urban professionals
responding to his call for new ideas in
Jeff Alderman, the ABC News polling
chief who conducted the survey for
WABC in Connecticut, said there was a
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lost & found
FOUND: ONE PAIR OF women's glasses, in Peabody park
ing lot. 3-22-84. Ask at Student Union Lost-and-Found.
LOST: BLUE MONSAC BOOKBAG in front of Pizza Hut
last week. Please keep any contents inside but desperately
need blue folder and composition books. Also, Japenese
playing cards given by Mom have great sentimental value.
Please call 942-1164. No questions asked.
LOST: RED DATE BOOK with innumerable important ap
pointments. If found please call Jennifer 967-8159.
FOUND: SILVER NECKLACE. ON sidewalk in front of Car
michaeL Thurs. night. March 22. Call 933-6286 and iden
tify. LOST: BLUE MEAD 5 subject notebook with name Leigh
Hobgood on Inside front cover. Illegible notes from Eng. 66
and Hist 115. $5 reward. Please call 929-1351.
18-30 YEAR OLD white males with respiratory colds and flu
are needed for paid research study at the US Environmental
Protection Agency, Chapel Hill. Subjects must be in good
general health. 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 ft BLACK FEMALES-$45 sHO
b paid to healthy bos aasokeare 18-35, who
complete an EPA breathing stvdy on the UNC
caaapaut. For mora hmfo please caO 966-1253,
Monday-Friday S aas-5 pas.
CAMP COUNSELORS-OUTSTANDING SUM and Trim
Down Camps: Tennis, Dance, Slimnastics, WSI. Athletics,
NutritionDietetics. 20 . Separate girls' and boys' camps. 7
weeks. CAMP CAMELOT on COLLEGE CAMPUSES at
Mass., Perm., No. Carolina, Calif. Send resume: Michele
Friedman. Director, 947 Hewlett Dr., No. Woodmere, N.Y.
S5 HOUR WILL BE paid to healthy non-smoking white
males, age 18-35, who participate in an EPA breathing study
on the UNC campus. Time commitment includes 5' hrs. on
2 consecutive days, call 966-1253. M-F. 8 am-5 pm.
ASTHMA SUFFERERS EARN $75 In an EPA breathing
study on the UNC campus. To qualify you must be a white
non-smoking male, age 18-35 with currently active Asthma.
For more information call 966-1253. Mon.-Fri.. 8-5 pm.
COUNSELORS-SEEKING QUALIFIED COUNSELORS
for 75 children's camps in Northeast July & August. Con
tact: Association of Independent Camps (UNC) 60 Madison
Ave., New York. N.Y. 10010 (212) 679-3230.
JUDICIAL SECRETARY. SUMMER ANDor next academ
ic year. S3. 35 hour. Approxim. 15-18 hoursweek. Applica
tions available in Suite C of Union. Due March 30. Call
966-4084 for information. EOE.
1 HOUR PHOTO
Accepting applications for full
and part-time employment. Posi
tions available in PHOTO finish
ing lab, related sales, VIDEO tape
movie rental sales. Apply in per
son only University Mall Office
Monday and Tuesday, March 26 &
27th 11:30 am-2:00 pm and 5:30
BACK DOOR RECORDS
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The Daily Tar Heel
Board of Directors
will meet Wednes
day, March 28 in
Room 204. of the
Carolina Union. All
simple explanai ion for Hart's sweep!
"It's a whole state of yuppies. Low
unemployment, high tech businesses,
suburbanites, commuters. It's a state
designed for Hart."
Alderman said that in contrast with
previous primaries this year, relatively
few voters in Connecticut made up their
minds in the last few days before the
Hart worked harder in Connecticut
than his rivals, hoping to slow Mondale's
comeback and to cut the former vice
president's lead in national convention
Mondale, in the unusual position of
seeing Hart better organized from the
start, devoted little time and few
resources to Connecticut as he looked
ahead to primaries in New York and
Pennsylvania over the next two weeks.
Jackson hoped to do well enough in
the urban areas of Bridgeport, New
Haven and Hartford to pick up a few
nominating delegates. CBS said its exit
poll showed he was picking up three
quarters of the black vote.
Jackson campaigned in the state on
Sunday and Monday in the regions where
he hoped to do well.
NOT JUST A NURSE. . .
AN EMORY NURSE
NELL HODGSON WOODRUFF SCHOOL OF NURSING
is accepting applications t. the
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING PROGRAM
for Fall Semester 1984
Five Semevet Upper Iivmnn Tn-cRim
Minimum prerequwiie- 2 war tit liberal art and Miencr
MASTER OF NURSING PROGRAM
Emory University School of Nursing offers financial assistance, a diverse student bodv. exciting clinical
and social opportunities, and a small smdentfacultv ratio.
For further information write or call:
Director of Student Affairs
Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursine
Atlanta. GA 30322
AFFIRMATlVt MmCN'ECl-AL PP- ARTUMT:
All 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.
TOP OF THE HILL is now hiring part-time help for 7 pm to 3
am and 4 pm to 12 midnight shifts. Application should be
made in person to Mike Gallagher between 2 pm and 4 pm
on weekdays at Top of the Hill. 100 E. Franklin St., Chapel
MALE VOLUNTEERS FOR A diet study. Requires two visits
and approximately Vi-hour of your time. Call Tom, Dept.
Nutrition, 962-0022. 1-5 pm.
NEEDED TWO SWIM-TEAM coachs at a private swimming
. and tennis dub located between Durham and Chapel Hill.
Applicants should have full capabilities of instruction and
guidance for the program. Part-time lifeguarding available.
Send resume with references ASAP to: Hollow Rock Rac
quet and Swim Club, Rt. 7 Box 198-A. Durham. N.C.
NEEDED LIFEGUARDS AT A private swimming and tennis
club located between Duiham and Chapel Hill. Send resume
with references ASAP: Hollow Rock Racquet and Swim
Club. Rt. 7 Boa 198-A. Durham. N.C. 27707.
AIRLINES HIRING! STEWARDESSES. RESERVATION
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Newsletter. M916) 944-4444 Ext. NORTH CAR OUNAA1R.
CRU1SESHIP HIRING! $lf$30,000. Caribbean. Hawaii.
World. Call for Directory. Guide, Newsletter. H916)
944-4444 Ext. NORTHCAROUNACRUISE.
SUMMER RESIDENT CAMP POSITIONS. Camp located
15 miles north of Raleigh, N.C. Must have genuine interest
in working with children in an atmosphere of fun, fellowship,
and christian character development. Specialty helpful (ten
nis, WSI, outpostJng, etc.) Salary plus room and board. Contact-Camp
Kamata, Route 3, Box-192. Wake Forest, NC,
27587. (919) 556-2661.
CAMP WAYNE. CO-ED. NORTHEAST Pennsylvania.
623-822. On -campus interviews April 13. Sign up in
Career Planning and Placement, Hanes Hall, Room 211, or
write 570 Broadway, Lynbrook, NY 11563 (include tele
phone number). Counselors for Swimming (WSI), Tennis,
Computer Science, Gymnastics, Sailing, Waterskiing,
Basketball, Lacrosse, Soccer, Baseball, Woodworking, Fine
Arts, Photography, Modem Dance, Guitar.
SUMMER PLAYGROUND SUPERVISOR SUMMER
playground leader Carrboro Recreation and Parks
Department, playground Supervisor responsible for
planning. ImpemenrJng and supervising a 6-week out
door recreation program for youth ages 6-12.
Knowledge of games sports, arts, first-aid. and swimm
ing required. Previous experience in playground pi arm
ing and working with youth preferred. Will need, or be
willing to acquire a class B driver's license June 11 -Aug.
6, 35 hours per week, $4.75 per hour.
PLAYGROUND LEADER RESPONSIBLE FOR lead
ing and supervising recreation activities for a 6-week
outdoor recreation program for youth ages 6-12.
Knowledge and ability to lead games, sports, arts and
nature activities. First-aid training required. Previous
experience working with youth preferred. June 15-Aug.
3. 33 hours per week $4 per hour. Apply by April 19 to
office of Personnel and Training, Town of Carrboro, 301
W. Main St.. Carrboro. NC (EOE).
will lecture in
Wednesday, April 4
reception for Mayor
Young are available
at the Union Desk.
Deadline is MonM April 2.
From Associated Press Reports
MIAMI A Piedmont Aviation
jet hijacked to Havana Tuesday
returned to its original destination
after Cuban authorities took the three
hijackers into custody.
Flight 451 was bound to Miami
from Newark, N.J. by way of
Charlotte and Charleston, S.C. when
it was hijacked at 3:43 p.m. It landed
in Havana at 4:20 p.m. The hijackers
had demanded a $5 million ransom
for the 57 people aboard.
The hijacking was the 12th such in
cident since may 1. The Cuban
government has indicated that it will
deal harshly with hijackers. "These
people face long prison sentences in
Cuba," said Federal Aviation Ad
ministration spokesman Jack Barker.
The jet returned to Miami, arrivine
just before 7 p.m. Past Cuban policy
is to quickly release hijacked aircraft,
crews and passengers.
Maternal Child Health Nursing Administration
Mental Health ursine Education
FIVE COLOR KEY ADVISORS wanted: Excellent part-time
income. Training provided. Call Susan Rzasa 967-0378 after
6:00 pm... i L".?"- " . . 3
BABYSITTER-WATCH MY CHILDREN (ages 2 & 4) dur
ing class. Tuesday & Thursday, 10:30-12:30. Your place,
mine, the pit. wherever. Needed yesterday. 942-9530.
NEW ENGLAND BOYS CAMP. (Mass.) Counselor Posi
tions for Program Specialists: Baseball, Canoeing, Cycling,
Sailing. Swimming Tennis, and Waterskiing, Arts and
Crafts. Computers, DramaMusic, Photography, Overnight
Camping, Woodworking. Send details, references Camp
Mah-Kee-Nac, 190 Linden Avenue. Glen Ridge. NJ 07028.
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.
FORMER LEGAL SECRETARY AND English Teacher will
type term papers, theses, dissertations etc. at reasonable
rates. Fast service. Call Susan Williams 942-6666 day or
THIS IS IT! ARE you weary of that winter weight? Shed
those pounds in time for the summer sun! A complete
10-day diet package, developed by.Dr. David Hoffman
(consultant-U.S. Navy weight-control program). In
cludes 10 gourmet dinners 8c nutritious, low-cal. inches
away meal-replacement beverage. All for less than
$2.20meal. Call Brian 967-6519 or Brent 967-4465.
CHEAP TYPING! CALL 929-TYPE
NEED A PLACE TO live this summer? Come to the TEP
house across from Morehead on Rosemary. Co-ed, full use
of facilities, janitor, AC available. Doubles and singles. Low
rates. Call Harold or Greg at 968-9007 or 942-8223.
SUMMER SUBLET: KINGSWOOD 2 bdrm apartment.
Two weeks free rent. Call Steve: 933-5081 8 am to 12 mid.
WIN $100. RENT OUR 1 bedroom apartment starting May
(option to renew in August) $234 low utilities l'i miles to
campus. Busline 933-1084 after 6 pm.
STONES THROW FROM THE pool! Royal Park Apt. for the
summer and optional lease renewal May 15 till August $329
a month caO 942-4481.
SPACIOUS TWO BEDROOM CONDO for summer sublet.
Pool, air conditioning, easy bike to campus and on busline F.
Rent negotiable. Call early evening or after 11:30 pm.
SAVE. SAVE, SAVE! FOR summer sublease. Two bedroom
apartment ideal for 2 to 3 people. AC, pool, laundry
facilities, on busline, beat the rush. Call 942-0759 today.
2 BEDROOM APT. AVAILABLE May 13 for the summer
with option of leasing next year. Reasonable rent $289
month. Dogs permitted Estes Park. Call 942-7374.
FREE USE OF FURNISHINGS and appliances in Old Wtii
Apt. which must be sublet for both summer sessions. Pool,
basketball facilities. Evenings 967-7691.
INTERESTED IN LIVING IN Granville? Will tell female con
tract for Granville south for "84-'85. Please caH Michele or
Barbara at 933-0413. Will pay 'j deposit.
LOFT FOR SALE! TWO person loft: great for double or triple
room next semester. Only $100. Call 933-8624 and ask for
Ben. or 933-6219 and ask for Party.
LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE!
Art"rk New & Collector
1 1-7 Tues.Fn.
11-4 15 Sal
French attache wounded
BEIRUT The French cultural at
tache escaped death in an assassina
tion attempt by three unidentified
gunmen Tuesday and more French
peacekeepers were withdrawn from
the Lebanese capital.
Sauver Gliozzo, 56, was shot about
two blocks from the French Embassy
by silencer-equipped pistols. He was
hit in the side, stomach, thigh and
scalp. Doctors at American University
removed a bullet from his stomach
that was causing severe bleeding.
No group took responsibility for the
In other events, the French ferry
L'Esterel evacuated 500 more French
peacekeepersf from Beirut.
Election count slow
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador
Despite two days of delays, unofficial
'Daily Tar Heel9
There will be a meeting of The Daily
Tar Heel staff at 7:30 p.m. in the Union.
All staff members, including new writers,
should plan to attend. Items to be
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at Elliott Road
A v3-Dine In Take OutJ
Classified ad may be placed at the DTH office or mailed to
the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
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condition. With closed cell foam pad; stuff and storage
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FOR SALE: BROWN HUTCH with receptacle-3 shelves
ideal for dorm room-$15-you move by April 27th call
967-7139 after 7:00 pm -Ruth.
LOFT PERFECT FOR DOUBLE room but comfortably
sleeps 3 ($90). Tan carpet: great shape ($25). 10 speed bike
and rack ($40). Prices negotiable. 933-8015.
WE NEED TWO RESPONSIBLE girls to live with our room
mate who will be stuck in summer school! Carolina apts.
Rent negotiable. Call 942-7368. Ask for Wendy or Blair.
ROOMMATE WANTED. FEMALE PREFERED. One block
from campus and town. Great yard and garden. $150.00
plus 15 utilities. Begin April 10. Call 967-9333.
TWO FEMALE ROOMMATES NEEDED for summer and
or Fall to share a Carolina Apt. Call 929-8778.
ROOMMATE REFERRAL SERVICE: A computerized
service to aid students in finding compatible room
mates; contact the Student Consumer Action Union,
Suite B Carolina Union, 962-8313.
NEED TWO ROOMMATES, ONE for fall "84, one for year
'84-'85 KENSINGTON TRACE. Fully furnished. Shuttle,
pool, clubhouse. Dan 933-3187 or Lincoln 968-8143.
ONE TO TWO ROOMMATES wanted to skara
apartment for summer and or fall. Call
942-2942 after 5 pas.
THREE GIRLS WANT FEMALE roommate who studies and
parties for Foxeroft Apts. next fall. $102mth lA utilities.
CaU 968-0280 or 933-6174!
CONSIDERING SUMMER SCHOOL? ME too. searching
for a liberal male roommate who plans to be In Chapel Hill
all summer. Call Mark. 929-2545.
WANTED: 2 ROOMMATES FOR summer. Townehouse
Apts. Own room, walking distance to campus, pool, AC.
$150 and 'j utilities for summer. Call Steve 967-7116.
TWO MALE OR FEMALE roommates for summer. Condo
4 mile from Franklin Street. $170 utilities each. Must be
neat. Call Doug 929-8300. '
WANTED: TWO MATURE MALE atadants to share
new two bedroom Woodglea Condoaslninaa. On Air
port Rd., 5 blocks from campus on busHae. Coas
pletely furnished (by owner). A-C. gas and passive
solar beat, offstreet parking. CaU 933-2683 laava
NON-SMOKING SEMI-STUDIOUS MALE roommate
needed to share 2 bedroom Carolina Apt. for next year. Fur
nished except your half of large bedroom. CaH 967-8140.
NEED FUNLOV1NG FEMALE TO share rent and utilities
for fall andor summer. Prefer non-smoking semi-studious
and neat person. Carolina Apts. AC pool on busline.
1. 2. or 3 roommates needed for the summer, nice 2 -bedroom
apartment on busline. Call 942-0759.
HELP! 2 GIRLS NEED ride to and from Anna poll M.D. or
D.C. area on Fri., May 30, back Sun., April 1. Call Karen at
933-5332 or 933-3464.
HELP! TWO GIRLS NEED ride to Annapolis or D.C. area
March 30 and back April 1. Call 967-4078 and ask for Betsy
or Mary. 933-8016.
GOING SOUTH ON 1-85 this weekend? IH share expenses If
you'll let me off near Clemson. S.C. Can leave after 11:00
Friday. Thanks! 968-0083 (Betty).
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News In Brief
returns from presidential elections
held Sunday indicate that the contest
. is headed for a runoff between front
runners Jose Napoleon Duarte and
Unofficial figures from Duarte's
Christian Democrat Party show
Duarte as the frontrunner with 45 per
cent of the vote and conservative
d'Aubuisson with slightly more than
A spokesman from d'Aubuisson's
Republican Nationalist Alliance said
their figures give Duarte only 41 per
cent and d'Aubuisson 35 percent.
The election was hampered by ap
parent bureaucratic bungling and
sabotage attempts by leftist guerillas
who refused to participate in the elec
tions. meeting tonight
discussed include the secrets of a daily
newspaper, the new writers Party of
Death Friday night, and much, much
more. Check out the DTH office for
(0) March of Dimes
ViW UBBSMTH DEFECTS KHJNCAIION BHB
FILM. . .
Carolina Union Film Com
mittee Applications avail
able at Union Desk. Inter-
,XJ views through Friday,
I March 30. Apply now.
A RIDE to ECU Friday, March 30. Will help with
gas. Please call 933-7348. Ask for Kim or Jackie. '
RIDE. NEED ED TOGREENVILLE, S.Q. thisweekend. Can
leave 12:00 Friday. Call Amy at 933-614l'"Leave message.
OCEANFRONT MOTHER'S DAY WEEK: May 12-19;
studio; luxury resort; furnishings & conveniences complete.
Pompano Beach, FT. (305) 782-2233.
FAIRLY STUDIOUS NON SMOKING female is looking for
a place to five next fall. Would prefer own room. Please call
Rena at 929-7370.
DIGITAL DELAY DM500-FREE! ZildJIan Crash Cymbal
FREE! Enter drawing at B&B Music during our Bigger and
Better CUSTOMER APPRECIATION SALE. Drawing Held
April 17, at B&B All-Stars Concert. Dairy Specials, Coupon
Giveaways, and Incredibly Low Prices now throught April
21! Our thanks to you! B&B MUSIC. Eastgate. Chapel Hill.
TO THE DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMAN: I have seen you
twice now! Most recently being Friday evening In Durham at
Tip Top Fish House". Can we be friends? Interested
DONT MISS THE LAST dell of the semester at Hllld
which will be held on Wed. 328 from 6-7:30 pm. This
is your last chance this year to have great deli! Remem
ber there is a 10 discount for Hlilel members. HiUel is
located at 210 W. Cameron.
HEY YOU WITH NOTHING to do tonight! Come on over to
He's Not Here for quarter draft, 8-11. Hell probably be there!
CONGRATS R1Z2A! YOU'RE GONNA be the best nurse
that ever graduated from UNC. You're a very special friend
to me. I love you! Pam
A REMINDER: THE DEADUNE for applications for
Hitlers Spring retreat. April 6-8. is Friday. March 30.
The cost is $20 non-memmbers. $18 members, for a
great weekend of workshops, food, new laces & friends,
and social activities. Send your check and application to
Hlilel, 210 W. Cameron Ave. more info call Rhia
$50 PRIZE! HAVE YOU returned your library questionnaire?
REGISTER TO VOTE WEDNESDAY, March 28 on 15-501
by-pass at the entrance to Laurel Ridge, Kingswood, and
Chase Park 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm.
MORRISON MYRTLE BUNCH-HERE'S to a great
weekend! Remember the bird man of alcatraz. Crazy Zack's,
animal twister, Passout, Drunk Klrsten & her camera.
Manhole Teddy & the Susies, Tidybowl Ted. Shower-Bitch,
I -Shirt SlU, Seafood Whore, Rich the Rock Lobster, Mom
ma Sampagna, ANT Leslie, Tampon Queen, "Where the
heir the sauce?". "Where's the pot?". The Voyeurs:
SOOOCIAAALL. Sams Aunt Jemima, homemade videos,
hush puppy Gregg, Cathy's first beer, Jamie make me a
sandwich, "Help me find my . I lost It!" MO
BUCK ERS, American Express, don't leave home without it!,
"Where's the plug." McDougall's Kidnappers hideaway!
etc . . . Let's do it again!
CLASS OF 84. RESERVE your graduation annoucement
invitation. Name card deadlne April 15th. Call Lynn's
Hallmark Shop, University Mad. 967-7194.
AMY AREN'T YOU GLAD you looked now. Have a great
I Tonight at Elliot's Nest I
1 CRUISE-O-MATICS !
I Happy Hour 8-9 J
Call 967-4273 for info.
Special Interest Classes
J are invited to attend