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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 06, 1984, Page 9, Image 9

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3ttfp iailg Qto ffcri Thursday, September 6, 1934 Restaurant Guide The D uring these hot, first weeks of school, UNC students are desperately seeking relief from the weather, their classes and their roommates. On page 2, staff writer Marymelda Hall takes a look at one of Chapel Hill's finer pleasures ice cream. Photo by Charles Ledford SN5 " -Ml Iff f X ill gil '.:v:v:v:-:'::'vot:;;o - -- - i -x v-- : . .i.i.-S-S J 1 l J? inding Chapel Hill's hottest Mexican restaurants, sweetest bakeries or best deals for happy hours is only pages away. The area also offers a-gourmet's selection "of Italian, Eastern European, Greek and Chinese restaurants. It's all inside the DTH Bar & Restaurant Guide. Chapel Hill: Nightlife, USA N ightclubs in the Chapel Hill-Durham area are making a mod est comeback, but it will take a consumer-minded student population desire to spend money on new and often unfamiliar bands for the success of local clubs to continue. See NIGHTCLUBS on page 10

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