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Media Board names King editor of 'Cellar
Dean King, a junior from Richmond,
Va., has been named editor of Cellar
Door, UNC's student literary magazine.
King, who is majoring in interdiscipli
nary studies in English literature, was ap
pointed to the post for the 1984-85 school
year by the Media Board. He has worked
on the magazine staff, as well as con
tributed items for publication.
Cellar Door is published twice annually
and accepts submissions of poetry, prose
and graphic art from both undergrad
uates and graduates. The spring issue w ill
be available Thursday and Friday, 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Pit for $2.
King said although he planned no ma
jor changes in format, he would try to
The Carolina Student FundDIH Campus
Calendar will appear daily. Announcements
to be run in the expanded version on Mon
days and Thursdays must be placed in the
box outside the Carolina Student Fund of
fice on the third floor of South Building by 5
p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Wednesday, respec
tively. The deadlines for the limited editions
will be noon one day before the announce
ment is to run. Only announcements from
University recognized and campus organiza
tions will be printed.
Noon: Environmental Seminar:
Nicholas Ashford of MIT speaks
on "Assessment of Risk
Through Human Monitoring:
Scientific, Ethical and Legal
Considerations," in 331
MLK: The Dream Today. Rally
in the Pit to be followed by an
afternoon of programs in the
Writers Workshop, 208 Union.
2:30 p.m. Carolina Symposium sponsored
cookout at Forest Theater, bring
your own refreshments.
3 p.m. Pi Kappa Phi will sponsor the
first annual wheelchair Push-a-thon.
Campus celebrities will be
on hand to ride in the wheelchair.
with Salad Bar or Soup Bar
Baked Potato or French Fries
Homemade Yeast Rolls
" Greenhouse' Dining -
Lunch M-F 11-2
157 E. Rosemary
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
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.
"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.
SCUBA MEETING, WEDNESDAY, April 4 at 7 pm in 109
Fetzer Gym. Elections, summer & fall dive schedule,
Caymen picture party.
THE ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESS Students will be hold
ing a general meeting this Thursday, April 5, at 3:30 in New
Carroll T-l. 1984-85 officers will discuss next fall's agenda
and hold a Q&A session for anyone interested in joining. All
current and prospective members are invited! Refreshments.
"WHERE IS HAPPINESS?" The Laughing Man Institute
presents an introductory video on the life and teaching of the
American-born Spiritual Master Da Free John. 8 April 4:00
PM 540-A Dogwood Dr. 967-9311. Donation.
INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ASSOCIATION MEETING
Thurs. April 5th at 4:30, Student Union Rm 205. Elections
for new officers will be held and new curriculum changes for
Industrial Relations majors will be discussed by Richard Cra
mer and Howard Aldrich of the Sociology dept.
lost & found
FOUND YELLOW-ORANGE CAT on campus behind Fet
zer. White chest, white paws, flea collar. Call Miriam at 929
LOST: HAMILTON WRISTWATCH AT Lower Varsity Tennis
Courts March 21. Call 967-7691 in Evening.
LOST: OUTSIDE UNDERGRAD, ONE pair running shoes
in bag on Tuesday 327. If found, call Eric at 967-2521.
LOST: OPAL LEAF PENDANT on 14K gold chain. Great
sentimental value. If found please call Laura or Robin, 942
0019. Reward offered.
The Thoreau of the Southwest
April 4, 1984
7:00 p.m. in Rm 121
New Art Building
enlarge the staff. "I want to get more dif
ferent people to work on the magazine,"
King said he also would try to re
establish the Jesse Rehder award, a $50
cash prize for the best poetry, graphic art
and prose entries in each issue. The award
has not been given in the last several
years, Kirig said.
King said he plans to have rolling sub
missions, which means Cellar Door
would accept entries at any time during
Applications for department editor
positions poetry, prose, graphics and
productions are being accepted until
April 9. The application forms are
4 p.m. Public lecture by Kurt
Waldheim, former secretary
general of the UN, on the "Crisis
of Confidence in International
Affairs," in Gerrard Hall.
5 p.m. CGA will sponsor a lecture on
"Racism in the Gay
Community," in 204 Union.
5:15 p.m. Lutheran Campus Ministry Holy
Eucharist at Holy Trinity
Lutheran Church, to be followed
at 6 p.m. by the fellowship meal.
7 p.m. Edward Abbey will speak as part
of the final day of Carolina Sym
posium 84 in the New Art
Building, Room 121.
AWS is sponsoring a lecture on
women in films by Barbara
Hammer in the Union.
CGA will sponsor a discussion
on "Gay Health" in 220 Union.
UNC Scuba Club meeting on
elections and summer and fall
dive schedule in 109 Fetzer. Call
8 p.m. MLK: The Dream Today. An
drew Young, former ambassador
to the UN and present mayor of
Atlanta will speak in Memorial
10 p.m. Campus Eucharist sponsored by
the Anglican Student Fellowship
at the Chapel of the Cross.
All major credit cards accepted
18-30 YEAR OLD white males with respiratory colds and flu
are needed (or 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 & BLACK FEMALES $45 will
be paid to healthy non-smoker 18-35, who
complete an EPA breathing study on the UNC
campus. For more info please call 966-1253,
Monday-Friday 8 am-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.
$5 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 57a 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.
EXPERIENCED SUMMER BABYSITTER WANTED for
adorable toddler Tuesday & Thursday, 12-5, occasional eve
nings. Must be creative, energetic and reliable and have own
car. $2.50,'hr. Call 967-8505.
NEED CASH? EARN $500 each school year, 2-4 (flexible)
hours per week placing and filling posters on capus. Serious
workers only; we give recommendations. Call now for sum
mer & next fall. 1-800-243-6679.
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 telephone
number). Counselors for Swimming (WSI), Tennis, Compu
ter Science, Gymnastics. Sailing, Waterskiing, Basketball,
Lacrosse, Soccer, Baseball, Woodworking, Fine Arts. Pho
tography, Modern Dance, Guitar.
CAMP COUNSELORS: ON CAMPUS interviews to be held
on April 9th. See our display ad on page 3.
WORK AT THE BEACH this summer! Great experience for
bright, personable student who enjoys working. Call or write
for application: Kite Kingdom, P.O. Box 1036, Kill Devil
Hills, NC 27948 (919) 441-6235.
AIRLINES HIRING! STEWARDESSES. RESERVATION
ISTS! $14-539.000. Worldwide! Call for Directory, Guide.
Newsletter. 1(916) 944-4444 Ext. NORTHCAROUNAAIR.
LIFEGUARDS, POOL MANAGER. SWIM COACH at Hope
Valley Country Club. Apply Wednesday, April 1 1 at the club
house from 11:00 AM till 2:00 PM.
SNACK BAR PERSONNEL AT Hope Valley Country Club.
Apply in person Friday, April 13th, from 1:00 PM till 3:00 PM
at the clubhouse.
A NEW RESTAURANT!
at 401 W. Franklin Street
(beside the bus station)
We've been bringing you
the Hottest Food in Town
for years, now you can
come see us, or have us
come to you.
The Hottest Delivery in Town
available at the Union desk, and KJng
said he would conduct interviews.
Students interested in applying for an
editor or staff position, or submitting
articles for publication, should contact
YMCA cash and
Four bank bags containing cash and
personal checks were stolen from the
YMCA on Airport Road Monday, mak
ing the second such theft in one week, ac
cording to Chapel Hill Police reports.
The money was taken from inside an
office after the door was pried open,
destroying the wooden frame and a
newly-installed deadbolt lock, according
to the report. The report also stated there
Norina Instrument Company
105 East Main Street
Carrboro, NC 27510
We announce a new service in:
Medical and Laboratory Equipment
If your in-house engineers are too busy to accommodate your immediate ser
vice need, we are glad to help out
We repair all kind of laboratory equipment including centrifuges, water baths &
power supplies, etc. Service contracts for preventive maintanence and repairs are
available from us.
We also do design work and general engineering consultations.
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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.
YOU WANT $5-$8 PER HOUR! Here's how you do it. If
you are at least 18 years old, have a car w insurance
and like to run and hustle and smile, we need you. We're
Domino's Pizza and everyone knows we are the best
part-time job in Chapel Hill. So, what do you do?! You
pick up the phone and call us at 967-0006 or 929-0246
or well see you here. 209 15-501 Bypass or 502 W.
Rosemary St. Domino's Pizza deliveries and so can you.
We have 15-20 positions available today. So, why walk
SUMMER RESIDENT CAMP POSITIONS. Camp located
1 5 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
(Tennis, WSI, outposting, etc.) Salary plus room and board.
Contact Camp Kanata, Route 3, Box-192. Wake Forest.
NC 27587. (919) 556-2661.
SUMMER PLAYGROUND SUPER VISIONSummer
Playground leader Carrboro Recreation and Parks
Department. Playground supervisor responsible for
planning, implementing and supervising a 6-week out
door recreation program for youth ages 6-12. Knowl
edge of games, sports, arts, first-aid, and swimming re
quired. Previous experience in playground planning and
working with you 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 LEADERS RESPONSIBLE FOR lead
ing and supervising recreation activities for a 6-week
outdoor recreation program for youth age 6-12. Knowl
edge and ability to lead games, sports, arts and nature
activities. First-aid training required. Previous experi
ence 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.
THE TRAIL SHOP NEEDS a permanent part-time sales per
son to work Saturdays, Mondays, and another weekday with
some schedule flexibility. Prefer woman gregarious, intel
ligent, neat, studious, ambitious. Bring resume 405 W.
DELIVERY PERSONS NEEDED PART-time from 5:00 pm
to 12:00 midnight. Must have own car. Good working condi
tions. Apply at Sub Station II. 400 W. Franklin.
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.
DO YOU FEEL TIRED sluggish and generally unhealthy? A
safe, easy, inexpensive program developed in the R.T.P. de
signed to improve your health and body. This diet is great for
students! Easy to follow send $5.00 and S.A.S.E. to P.P.J.
Industries P.O. Box 549 Sanford N.C. 27330. Give up one
pizza and change your life today!
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King at 968-9053. Applications should be
submitted to Cellar Door, Box 23,
was no sign that the building was entered
by force. The first theft had the same
kind of intrusion, the report said.
Glenda Andrews, acting executive
director of the YMCA, said the money
was taken from the same area as the last
break-in. Andrews would not say how
much money was taken.
Francis Chan, M.S.E.E., Ph.D.
942-3777 Ans. 942-0010
an eye examination for you.
TYPINGWORD PROCESSING, GRADUATE School
approved. Reasonable rates. Please call Carol at 967
0822. After 5 967-8847.
TYPING $1.25 PER PAGE, free correction of typos, rough
draft availability. Graduate school approved. Call 489-7168
or 489-6896 after 5 PM.
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: 2 BDRMS, fully furnished, pool, on
busline. Carolina Apartments, 15-501 bypass. Call Laurie for
more information 942-6345.
PHI DELTA CHI IS renting rooms for both summer sessions:
AC; color cable tv: carpeting; sundeck: on busline. $135.00
per session. Call 968-9118 or 967-5545.
SUBLEASE 2 BEDROOM KINGSWOOD Apt. and May's
rent is free. $329month, option to renew. Available mid
May. Near pool, on busline. Call 933-3726.
$90 OFF! SUMMER SUBLEASE May 15-August. NOW
ONLY $250month; nicely furnished, two bedrooms, walk
to campus. Also on busline. Call 929-6140 Beth G.
1 FEMALE NEEDED TO sublet furnished Kings wood apt.
from May to August. $87.25 per month & V utilities. Call
GOT NO BEEF HERE, but need two people to share bed
room and house common areas. Busline C. Quiet Carrboro
neighborhood. Call 933-2532.
SUBLET OUR NICE KINGSWOOD spacious 2 br apt. May
10 to Aug. 15. Option to renew. Next to laundry. Overlooking
Pool. Call fast. 929-8357.
WOW! SUBLET: 2 bdrm. Royal Park Apt. for the summer.
$100personmonth, low utilities. AC. pool, on busline, fully
furnished. Call 967-9319.
SPEND SUMMER SCHOOL WITH Tri-Sigma! Vi block
from campus on Franklin St.. available first and second ses
sions. Room and utilities, air conditioning, cable TV. Double
rooms $175, single rooms $200 session. Deposit re
quired. Call 967-6001 after 5 p.m.
ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT FOR sublet. May-August,
with option for next year. Room enough for two people. Close
to campus. Rent $250 month, negotiable. 933-7402.
NEED A PLACE TO live this summer? 1 or 2 people. Univ.
Gardens. Fully furnished. Close. Good stereo, pool. $110
month, utilities. Call John 967-3349.
SUBLET MY APT. IN a house in quiet residential neighbor
hood. It's yours anytime after May 5. Call 929-2306 (Chris)
or 942-4059 (Jim or Claudia).
ATTENTION TO ALL THOSE taking the LSAT: study tapes
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Man charged for breaking
into two Granville rooms
By DEBORAH SIMPKINS
Chapel Hill police arrested a
Durham man Saturday night for
breaking and entering into two
unlocked rooms in Granville Towers.
Douglas Karl Parker, 31, of Route
3, Durham was charged with two
counts of breaking and entering by
two Granville Towers East residents
and one count of trespassing by Gran
East Tower Manager Anne
Eskridge said a black man was spotted
going uninvited into two unlocked
rooms about 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Several resident assistants also saw
Parker, she said, and immediately
called the police. Eskridge said she
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CAMP WEEC&JAHIC - LdDVood PA.
Traditional Co-Ed Camp Needs. ..
Z1EN COUNSELORS FOR - Basketball, Archery.
Baseball, Lacrosse, Hockey, Wrestling, Radio
Water Front (Scuba Sailing, Skiing) Rocketry,
Pioneering, and General Counselors.
W02.SEN COUNSELORS FOR -Archery, Riding,
Fencing, Tennis, Water Front Registered Nurse.
FRENCH WOODS -Hancock, NY
Co-Ed Camp for Performing & Visual Arts Sports
COUNSELORS NEEDED FOR-Music, Dance,
Arts & Craft, Water Front, Circus Arts, Magic,
Group Leaders, Computers, Model Railroad, Go
Carts and Sports.
CAMP SHANE - Ferndale NY.
Co-Ed Trim-Down Physical Fitness Camp
NEEDS YOU FOR-Dance, Kitchen, Paino, Guitar,
WSrs, Softball, Volleyball, Soccer, Hockey, UN's,
Basketball, Hiking, Aerobics, Rocketry, General,
Computers, Tennis, Nutrition, Dietetics, Needle
Craft and Go-Cart Repairs.
Classified ad may be placed at the DTH office or mailed to
the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
POLOS. SHORTSLEEVES $14 - Button down Oxford
Shirts $9 Designer sweatshirts $11 Rugby Shirts $15. '
And more! Limited Supply! Hurry for Best Selection! 929
9556. Keep trying!
FOR SALE "FUN ON WHEELS" 1978 Subaru Brat: engine
and body excellent condition: four new tires: many extras;
guaranteed to make you popular! 968-0595.
GRANVILLE TOWERS CONTRACT FOR sale for next year.
Will give $100 discount. Plus pay $50 for security deposit.
Call 933-1800 after 2 pm. Ask for Jim.
FOR SALE!! LOFT. GOOD condition. Also large cabinet with
countertop. Both excellent for dorm room! Call 933-3317 for
FEMALE ROOMMATE TO SHARE furnished 2 bedroom
apt. for summer. Pool, AC, club house, tennis courts, and
laundry facilites. On bus route $140 ' mo. plus Vj utiliies. Call
after 5pm 942-6461.
NON-SMOKING FEMALE ROOMMATE needed for M-'K
to share Old Well Apts. $108 V3 utilities. On C. J bus
route. Call Denyse or Pam 929-6349.
MALE ROOMMATE FOR SUMMER at Old Well. Own
room, furnished, with pool and b-ball court. $160 plus Vi
utilities. Call Doug 933-3028.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED TO share Carolina Apt. for
summer and fall. Phone 929-2303.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR both summer
school sessions. Furnished, Estes Park Apt. Rent $96.33
plus 'i utilities. Pool, AC, tennis courts. Call 967-7475.
STUDIOUS. NON-SMOKING. CALM female roommate
needed to share Foxcroft Apt. next year. Approx. $110 plus
'4 utilities. Call 933-4793 or 933-8138.
MALE GRAD. PROF STUDENT needed to share nice 3 br
apartment one mile from campus. Available immediately.
$120month. 968-0212 evenings. Keep trying.
QUIET STUDIOUS. NON-SMOKING female roommate
needed to share furnished Northampton Plaza Apartment
beginning in May. Rent $150 per month, utilities included.
1 OR 2 FEMALE ROOMMATES needed to sublet Kingswood
Apt. May-July. Option to renew lease in Aug. Rent negoti
able. Fully furnished including one bed. Call Beth: 967-9516.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR summer at Town
house Apts. Great location & AC, pool, dishwasher, garbage
disposal, frig. Unfurnished. $126.67 'mo plus share of utili
ties. Call Cynthia 933-5232.
TWO FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED to share Bolin
wood Apt. for the summer. Rent $130 & '4 utilities a month.
NEEDED: NON-SMOKING MALE roommate for fall 1984
and spring 85. Kingswood two bedroom apartment. Good
bunch of guys. Call Paul at 933-1545.
OWN YOUR OWN JEAN-Sportswear. Ladies Apparel.
Combination, Accessories. Large Size store. National
brands: Jordache. Chic. Lee. Levi, Vanderbilt. Uod. Gunne
Sax. Esprit. Brirtania. Calvin Klein. Sergio Valente. Evan
Picon. Claiborne. Members Only. Bill Blass. Organically
Grown. Healthtex. 300 others. $7,900 to $24,900. inventory,
airfare, training, fixtures, grand opening, etc. Mr Keenan
The Daily Tar Heel
, Board of Directors
will meat Thursday,
April 5 at 4:30 pm in
room 213 of the
Union, fill interested
parties are invited
April 4. 1984The Daily Tar Heel3
and the desk attendant monitored
both alarmed doors at the end of the
hall, which were locked at 7 p.m.,
while the police began a search of the
stairwell. Parker ran out through the
fire doors and ran through fraternity
court, where police then arrested him.
Eskridge said Parker was identified
in a photo lineup by two residents.
She said miscellaneous items such as
wallets and jewelry were missing but
were not found in Parker's posses
sion. Wallets from both Granville and
campus residents were found around
fraternity court, Eskridge said.
"My biggest concern is wherever
you live, whether it be in Granville, a
dorm, an apartment or at home, you
need to keep your doors locked,"
RIDER NEEDED TO DALLAS. Texas week of May 3-10.
Call Leslie at 933-5221. y.
NEED RIDE TO PFEIFFER College vicinity (Salisbury.
Charlotte, Asheboro, Albermarle, etc.) Leave Friday April 6,
return April 8. Share gas. Please call Maureen, 967-9079,
after 6:30. . .
NEED A RIDE TO Charlotte (Thurs. or Fri.) for one or two
people. Can leave any time after 1 :00 Thurs. Please call Joan
HELP! I NEED RIDE to and from Lexington. Va. this week
end. Will share costs and driving. Call Karen at 933-3464
CLASS OF 84. RESERVE your graduation annoucemenl
invitation. Name card deadine April 15th. Call Lynn's
Hallmark Shop. University Mali. 967-7194.
ROSES ARE RED. VIOLETS are bluish what do I do
.that makes me Jewish? Discover answers for yourself at
a weekend retreat held at the UNC Hillel House: co
sponsored by Hillel, AZYF and ISFI. Friday, April
6 Sunday, April 8. Programs scheduled for Friday and
Saturday. For more information call the Hillel Founda
THE CLEFHANGERS ARE LOOKING for a few Good
Men . . . Auditions for singers for this fantastic barber
shop group April 8. 1984 3:00-6:00 p.m. Call Alan 967
7352 for info.
WE WANT YOU ... to be ClefHanger. Experi
ence close harmony at Ha beat. Position in all
voice part open. Call Alan 967-7352 for details!
Auditions April 8. 3-6.
WANTED PEOPLE WHO WANT to lose weight on a nutri
tional, easy to use program. Call only if you are serious. Judy
HELP WHOEVER PLEASE RETURN Missing in Action.
Trail of Deceit or let me borrow it a few days. 933-1 540 Kim.
MIKE L: WANNA' GO to the movies? Beth and Ruth.
KATHY AND JULIE: GOOD luck on your last home match.
We love you and already miss you. You made this year great!
Women's Tennis Team.
MOST EXHALTED CHI PSI's - many have taken note of
your faltering Ivy League status life is tough all over, huh?
TO THE INTER-VARSITY senior from Wmston-Sa-lem.
I aiet in the elevator of Granville South last
week. Are you as interested as I am in talking mm .
tore? If so we have a mutual friend la Liz.
MISS SAPH1RE. MISS SAPHIRE! I think you are flawless! I
wish to know who you are. Do you sleep in James? Miss Be
verly Horne Price!
AGAINST ALL ODDS AND Splash! Is that all? More in the
future I hope! It is warmer because it's spring. Your not so
MISS SALLY - THANK YOU. dear, for being one hell of a
friend! There must be something about that salt air! Love,
DEAREST BLONDE LADY OF the blue eyes and pink um
brella. Once again, I beseech thee. Who are you? David,
933-4497. 1 appreciate your call, but your identity still eludes
me. You've made two. otherwise dreary, days the most en
joyable ones of this semester. Pardon my persistence: tis only
chivalry and gallantry. From, your door-holding knight of the
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