North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
10The Daily Tar HeelThursday. December 6, 1984
The Associated Press
CHARLOTTE While the Atlantic
Coast Conference is warming up for its
intraconlerence basketball skirmishes,
talk has already heated up about the
NCAA's new 28-foot coaches' box.
The box was designed to keep
coaches from harassing the referees by
requiring coaches to remain in a specific
area along the sideline. Fred Barakat,
supervisor of officials for the ACC, said
the coaches are the most vocal
"People who don't get up as much
and are not as active think it's OK,"
Barakat said in an interview. "It evens
things up at the other end if the coach
is more active."
Barakat said the rule has the potential
for controversy. N.C. State coach Jim
Valvano said the box is "the dumbest
rule in college basketball."
"I think it's an ethnic rule put in by
Anglo-Saxons to punish Italian-
American coaches," Valvano said
jokingly. "It's like asking me to talk with
my hands in my pockets. You can take
a couple of steps to the left or right,
but not forward. That's impossible for
North Carolina coach Dean Smith
made his objection simple.
"I do not like it. It is unnecessary
in my opinion," Smith said.
The rule states that a coach, squad
member or team attendant may leave
the box if they are only seeking
information from the scorer or timer
during a time out. The only other time
coaches and players can leave the box
is to request a time out during a
"correctible error," such as a clock or
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski said
he supported the rule, if it achieves its
"If it makes it easier for them (the
officials) to control the game or officiate
the eame. then it's fine with me."
Krzyzewski said. "I have no problem
staying in the box."
Television analyst Billy Packer said
he didn't think the rule would last the
entire 1984-85 season.
"If the coach gets out of order, hit
him with a technical," Packer said.
"There's no need for the box. Part of
the attraction for the fans in watching
St. John's and Villanova is seeing Lou
Carnesecca and Rollis Massimino
The only other UNC player to make either squad was
linebacker Micha Moon, who was an honorable mention
selection bv DPI.
raanwSs wonft 1
! .J I l.t' I : .: .s, X.
"" m'u-1ia III I
U- ..iSiis t 1
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, Student Organiza
tions and Individuals:
1 day: $2.00
2 days: $3.25
3 days: $4.00
4 days: $4.75
5 days: $5.00
$4.00 per day
5C for each additional word
$1.00 for boxed ad or bold type
FOUND ads will run five days
FREE. FOR SALE ads will be run
FREE for students, student
organizations, and individuals
for items less than $500. Price
must be stipulated in the ad.
Free ads must be marked as
such or any monies collected
will not be refunded. No coupon
Please notify the DTH office
immediately if there are mis
takes in your ad. We will be
responsible for only the first ad
BLACK MEN AND BLACK WOMEN
$45 will be paid to healthy non
smokers, age 18-35 who complete an
EPA breathing study on UNC cam
pus. Please call 966-1253 Monday
Friday 8 a.m. -5 p.m.
V & h
?rp! I li
Batig Star Mttl
Classes for January 1985 GMAT now forming
at the Stanley H. Kaplan Educational Center.
Call 1-800-672-5919 for information.
If you're going to a holiday party or looking
for unique Christmas gifts, shop BACK
THEN at 405 W. Franklin St. 929-6221.
TIME-OUT RESTAURANT NOW DELIV
ERS our superb chicken and biscuits 24 hours
a day. TAKE AN EXAM BREAK. Call us
CAREER PLANNING AND PLACEMENT
SERVICES offers help to freshman-juniors
with career planning and summer experien
ces; seniors with all areas of the job search.
PFACE CORPS is recuiting seniors with
math, science, health, agriculture, construc
tion and community service skills. If you are
interested, call Dan O'Brien at 966-3761 or
PHIL CRISP AGENCY NATIONWIDE
INSURANCE: Call for a second opinion on
Auto, Homeowners, Health, and Life. Con
veniently located at The Courtyard, 431 W.
Franklin St. 967-8399.
WORD PROCESSINGTYPING done.
Graduate School Approved. Call Gayle or
Carol now to schedule your paper or
SENIORS! Get your "Special Kind of Spirit"
T-shirt. $5.00 each at Carolina Pride on
Franklin St. Great holiday gifts for friends.
Spring Break Cruise! Special student
rates-4 days- Bahamas. Call Mary at Circle
travel (adjacent to Granville Towers) 942
4196. LOOKING FOR SUMMER WORK?
The Division of Student Affairs seeks
qualified candidates for 1985 Orientation
commission Assistant. Applicants will be
avilable in early January.
s'--S i ll li ' W: . r; 'K I
K :t i, TF-q"ww w X . -anar 'iiMnar ill" W" 1i
to drive a
Here's to good ffrieedSo
23 STATE GOVERNMENT SUMMER
INTERNSHIPS. $150 week. College credit.
May29-August9. 'Live Raleigh fraternity.
Apply before January 4. Donald Hayman,
Institute of Government.
REGISTER FOR WORLD'S LARGEST
CHRISTMAS STOCKING AT SUTTON'S
DRUGSTORE 159 E. Franklin St. (below '
Purdy's). Drawing December 21st.
GREAT SAVINGS ON IBM, Apple, and
Compaq computers at Carolina Computer
Store 2605 Chapel Hill Blvd. Durham 493
5466. Merry Christmas.
lost and found
FOUND: Pearl bracelet in front of undergrad
library, December 3. Call 967-4710.
LOST: one tri-colored braided gold bracelet.
Reward offered. Tremendous sentimental
value. Please call 933-3687-ask for Chris.
FOUND: Navy p-coat at HRC party. Call
FOUND: Set of keys near Mangum. Has gold
alligator on keyring. Call 933-8847
I found a bracelet in room 324 Phillips. Call
Laurie at 933-7388.
LOST IN WILSON 128: brown suede jacket.
Any info please call 968-4270 REWARD.
LOST: Blue denim jacket with leather palm
gloves in pockets, in Lenoir Hall Tuesday a.m.
Please call 962 7508 or 942-9223. REWARD!
TOTAL FINANCIAL PLANNING: For
stocks, bonds, IRA's, Annuities, Custodial
Accounts and Tax-advantaged investments,
call Mike Strong, Prudential-Bache Securities
in the Courtyird 942 0895.
The moon was up, the stars
were out and pfftt! your rear
tire was down. Good thing there
was a phone nearby. And a few
good friends who were willing
dozen miles, on a
Saturday night, to give you a
lift. When you get back, you
want to do more than just say
"thanks" So tonight, let it be
ABORTION TO 20 WEEKS. Private and
confidential GYN facility with Saturday and
weekday appointments available. Pain med
ication given. Free pregnancy Tests. 942
0824. FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES,
who are interested in Army ROTC. Oppor
tunities for leadership training and two or
three year merit scholarships. Call Dr. Hyatt
966-5116 (9-5) or Jerry Wood 967-6485 after
19 or over. Work in exciting
places, earn high income, meet
interesting people. Classes held
at 106 Fraternity Court. Call 942
FAST TYPING SERVICES. Will type manus
cripts, dissertations, term papers, etc. $1.00
per page. Call Lori after 5:30pm at 732-2071
NEED A TYPIST? Papers, theses, disserta
tions, manuscripts. $1.00 page. Fast, accu
rate. Call 942-1380 after 6:30 pm.
TYPING WORD PROCESSING. $1.25 per
page. Free correction of typos. Other
services, reasonably priced, include: proof
ing, rough draft availability, overnight and
emergency typing service, charts and graphs.
We also can arrange pickup and delivery on
UNC campus, or you can drop it off to us
at our Chapel Hill location. Call Burns
Enterprises at 489-6896 from 10am to 4pm
Monday through Friday.
House sitters for Spring semester. Married
graduate couple will live in your home while
you are away. We have references. Call
Lattimore (803) 286-6862
PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Free pregnancy
testing and couseling. Call Pregnancy
Support Services at 942-7318. All services are
NON-SMOKING MALES, age 18-35,
are needed to participate in EPA
breathing research on the UNC cam
pus. Pay is $5 per hour. For more
information call 966-1253 Mon-Fri.,
OVERSEAS JOBS. Summer, year round.
Europe, S. America, Australia, Asia. AH field.
$900-2000 mo. Sightseeing. Free info. Write
IJC, PO Box 52 NCI Corona Del Mar, CA
WANTED: Healthy males to participate
in an alcohol study. Must be age 19-30.
Requires 3 lab visits of 8-10 hours each.
$75 will be paid on completion of study.
In a second one day study, sons of
alcoholic fathers are also needed for
volunteers. For information write-Mr. J.
LaDine 1124 F.L.O.B. 231 H. UNC
Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 or phone 919-966-1154.
Cook for day care center in Chapel Hill to
prepare morning snack and lunch needed.
30 hours per week. Some experience desired.
$5.00 per hour plus benefits. EOE 929-3585.
Pizza Hut 109 S. Estes Drive-we are now
accepting applications for waitresses, wait
ers, and cooks, full or parttime. All shifts
available. Flexible hours. Apply in person
between 2-5pm Monday-Friday. No phone
WANTED: Gymnastic director for the
Durham YMCA. Program includes pre
school movement education and progressive
gymnastics classes for ages 3-18. Work up
to 20 hours per week at 46-$7 per hour. Must
have gymnastic instructing and directing
experience as well as knowledge of child
development. Call Lucy Harris at 493 4502.
Etban Horton makes 2nd team All-America
UNC tailback Ethan Horton. who rushed for 1,247
yards this season, was selected to the second-team All
America squad by United Press International this week.
Horton was also named to the third team All-America
squad by the Associated Press.
WANTED: Normal Volunteers for medical
clinical research projects (drugs and medical
devices). Must be 18 years of age or older
and in good health. MalesFemales. Fees and
compensation paid to applicants accepted for
program. Call 919-682-6140.
"PIZZA HUT" 110 W. Franklin St. We are
now accepting applications for waiters,
waitresses and cooks, full and part time. AH
shifts available. Apply in person between 2
and 5pm Mon-Fri. No phone calls please.
STUDENT AUDIT BOARD IS TAKING
APPLICATIONS to fill positions for the
spring term. Interested students with basic
accounting background should submit a
resume and cover letter to Box 18 in the
Carolina Union by Thursday, December 6th.
Call Jim Lilley at 929 9616 with questions.
We need someone who loves babies to care
for our 1-year old twin girls in our home 2
4 hours a day, 3-5 days a week, starting after
Christmas break. Must have references and
own transportation. 929-4353.
FOOTBALL PARKING MONITORS:
Thanks for your help with a successful
football season. If you're interested in
working basketball games come by or call
We're now taking applications for full
and parttime employees. If you're
interested in working for a progressive
new restaurant, you need to see us.
We're hiring all positions for our full
service restaurant and bar. Apply in
person Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm.
We're located in South Square Mall,
upper level next to Belk Leggett's.
TRAVEL FIELD OPPORTUNITY: Gain
valuable marketing experience while earning
money. Campus representatives needed
immediately for spring break trip to Florida.
Contact Bill Ryan ai 1 800 282-6221.
Ml 4 4t uS
It If a I
Our private practice offers confidential care including:
Relief of Menstrual Cramps
109 Conner Dr., Suite
Across from University Mall
PREPARING SPRING CLASSES?
1 '.' J 1 '" "' L.""!li"; """""bJ.ii'li' .' .Ji. ." JlLa'LLll'.l?1.'lIV.Il.fl!:i;!7S Ag7,u
From fully bound custom notebooks to a few
pages of duplicated notes, Course-Pak reduces
student costs while offering you great freedom
to select class readings.
No Charge To Professor Or Department
Available At Convenient Locations
North Carolina State University University of North Carolina
Raleigh Chapel Hill
3008 Hillsborough 105 No. Columbia
PARTTIME HELP! Immediate openings for
200 plasma donors. Earn $80 $120 per month
in your spare time. Call 942-0251 for details.
THE UNC STUDENT REFRIGERATOR
RENTAL SERVICE is looking for an at-large
member for the Board of Directors. Appli
cations are available at the Union desk.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA STU
DENT INTERNSHIPS AVAILABLE. For
more information contact Dr. Donald Hay
man before January 4 at 966-4169, Institute
GREAT OPPORTUNITY! Are you
applying for P.T. school or planning to
pursue a career in nursing? Anyone
looking for volunteer work that pays and
gives you an opportunity to get hands
on experience while working with a
handicapped student. Need help desper
ately. Call Frank at 933-8658.
EXCITING SUMMER JOBS FOR college
students and faculty. Summer camp needs
Counselors in tennis, hiking, rock climbing,
waterski, sailing, kayak, canoe, etc. Salary
includes room and food. Reply now so Ben
C. Cart, Box 100, Cedar Mtn. NC 28718 or
CHILDCARE POSITION AVAILA
BLE at CH-Carrboro YMCA. Must be
prompt, dependable, neat and love children.
Hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
8:30-12:00noon. Apply in person at the
YMCA 980 Airport Road.
ENERGETIC PERSONABLE, CREATIVE
INDIVIDUAL TO ASSIST. 12 hrsweek
administration of quality after school pro
gram. Responsible for coordination, develop
ment, and implementation of programs.
Previous experience, related college work
and love for children is a must. Applications
deadline January 15 at CH-Carrboro YMCA
980 Airport Road.
GYMNASTICS in Blue-White match. 7:30 p.m. in
MEN'S BASKETBALL vs. Oral Roberts, 7:30 p.m. in
Free Pregnancy Tests
Abortion (to '20 weeks)
2202 Chapel Hill, N.C.
WANT A SUMMER CAMP JOB?
Positions available (male-female) Spe
cialists in all athletic areas: Assistants to
Tennis Pro; Golf; Gymnastics; Swim
ming (WSI); Smallcraft (sailing
canoeing); Riflery; Archery; Arts and
Crafts (general shop, woodworking);
Ceramics; Sewing; Computer Science
Photography; Science (general electron
ics); Music; Dramatics; Pioneering
Tripping; General Counselors, 20 plus.
Camp located in Northwestern Pennsyl
vania (Poconos). For further information
write to Trail's End Camp co Beach
Lake, Inc. B7 215 Adams Street, Brook
lyn, N.Y. 11201.
PEE WEE BASKETBALL INSTRUC
TORS Town of Chapel Hill. Plan and
conduct lessons for boys and girls ags 7 and
8, Saturday mornings (9am-12) Jan 5-Feb 23.
Looking for some demonstration of ability,
such as previous instruction or coaching
experience. $5.00hour. Apply by December
20: Parks and Recreation, 200 Plant Rd. EO
Need female roommates for 2 bedroom
Kensington Trace condo during spring
semester; fully furnished, shuttle service,
pool, laundry room, $175 per month. Call
Margaret at 933 0344.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED Royal Park
Apt. Two bedroom. Will have own room. For
spring semester. 13 utilities and rent. Call
Jim 942 2149 and leave number.