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Wripht X-14 2-2 IX. Davis 3-7 2-3 8. Koncak
5-7 31. Johnson 1-5 1-2 3. Moore ft-X 1-3 13. Iwis
1- 2 0-0 2. Williams 1-2 3-4 5. Fuller 1-4 2-2 4. Briggs
0-0 (Ml 0.
Totals: 34-rO 16-23 K4.
Peterson 6-10 0-2 12. Popson 3-8 0-0 6. Daugherty
2- 6 3-5 7. Hale 6-12 6-6 18. K. Smith 7-14 4-4 18.
Martin 5-11 3-4 13. Hunter 2-2 0-0 4. R. Smith 2-
9 0-0 4. Roper 0-0 0-0 0. Morris 0-0 0-0 0. Brust
0-0 0-0 0.
Totals: 33-72 16-21 82.
I'M 65. Virginia hi
Peterson 1-3 0-1 2. Popson 2-6 0-0 4. Daughcrtv 4
V 4-6 12. Hale 4-9 1-2 9. K. Smith 5-X 6-6 16. Hunter
4-6 2-2 10. Martin 4-9 3-3 II. R. Smith 0-1 1-2 I.
Roper 0-0 0-0 0.
Totals: 24-50 17-22 65.
Shechev 6-12 3-6 15; Merrifield 1-2 0-0 2. Polynice
9-12 4-4 22. Simms 5-10 0-0 10. J. Johnson 1-5 0
0 2. Miller 0-6 0-0 0. Kennedy 5-9 0-0 10 Solomon
0-0 0-0 0.
Totals: 27-56 7-10 61.
UNC 22, Ohio State 16
McArdMUNC) technical fall over Van Horn.
24-17; 126 Aumiller(l)NC) d. Steve Mcndicino.
4-3; 134 Brad Clintenl(OSU) d. Spalters, 5-4; 142
KingdlNC) d. IXxarlo 9-0; 150 Troutma
ntOSU) d. Bernstein. 13-5: 158 SilvestrofUNO
d. Sticklv. 8-3; 167 Wilson d. Gharbo, 6-4; 177
Melchiore(OSl))d.Cabe.7-3; 190 Spivey(UNC)
d. HaymoW. 4-2; heavyweight Mocksley (OSU)
I NC 24, Tennessee 22
118 Palacio(UNC) pin Fessell, 5:57; 126 -McArdleUJNC)
technical Tall over Kendrick. 20-5;
134 Cochran(UT) d. Spalters. 9-4; 142
BernsteirKUNC) d. Singletary. 5-0; 150 Mills (UT)
pin King. 3:08; 158 Lanham(UT) d. Silvestro. 8
4; 167 Edmund(UT) d. Wilson. 19-6; 177
Coopcr(UT)d. Cabe. 13-1; 190 Spivey (UNC) d.
Wyckoff. 8-3; heavyweight Fleck (UNC) pin
Individual winners at Joe Hilton track meet
60 High Hurdles White(ECU)
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POTENTIAL FRESHMAN LEADERS
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SURFERS UNITE. It's time for
oar sport to be recognized.
Sarfers interested ia a serf clab
go to Mr. Garti's Taesday night
at 9:30 967-9521.
TOTAL FINANCIAL PLANNING: For
stocks, bonds, IRA's, Annuities, Custodial
Accounts and Tax-advantaged investments,
call Mike Strong, Prudential-Bache Securities
in the Courtyard 942-0895.
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 Coart. Call 942
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tion 967-9686. It's a qaestioa of
joy! 452 West Franklin St. since
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legal documents call SAUNDRA H. QUICK,
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Service at 688-3152 or 471-6149; references
E.J. and Company is already reserving dates
for Valentines parties. Book your party now.
4 hours of jam for only $140. Call Andy
Pittman at 967-8871.
lost and found
FOUND: One bicycle tire that fell off a white
car in front of Phillips Hall. December 19,
lpm. Call Paul at 966-1113 during the day.
Found at Registration: a Florida Driver's
License and 'Nissan' car keys. See Cathy in
01 Hanes to claim.
All perosns interested in working for WXYC
-E&l)&$MM LfwSPlSILoyriD Black, standard poodie-VW
informational meeting Monday at 6:30 at the . n a&j -? -
station! 'Arty questions, calf Eric; E. at 933-" : ;! Vai T .rirt.rf,
2845. Last semester's staff be there too; FOUNDS One pair of silver "earrings near
Ackland. Call 967-5435 to claim.
Interested in volunteering at Umstead
Psychiatric Hospital? Come to an organiza
tional meeting Monday, Jan. 14 or Tuesday,
Jan. 15-Union 7:00pm.
The Carolina Photography Club will meet
Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 7pm in the Union. All
those that joined only for last semester must
be there to join this semester! New members
The UNC Young Democrats will hold a
meeting on Tuesday, January 15, at 8:00pm
in the Union. The speaker will be Orange
County District Attorney Carl Fox.
Are you planning a career in psychology,
teaching, speech, recreation, art, music
or related field? FPG Child Development
Center needs your help. Ti volunteer,
Blue Navy Peacoat Stolen from Molly
Maguires on Monday night Jan. 7th. Good
lead on culprit or culprits. Only a matter of
time so do yourself a favor and call 967-9157.
Own your own Jean-Sportswear, Ladies
Apparel, combination, accessories, large size
store. National brands: Jordache, Chic, Lee,
Levi, Vanderbilt, Izod, Esprit, Brittania,
Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Picone,
Claiborne, Members Only, Organically
Grown, Healthtex, 900 others. $7,900 to
$24,900 inventory, airfare, training, fixtures,
grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. For
information call Mr. Keenan (305)678-3639.
The Order of the Bell Tower is beginning
its annual membership drive on Monday, Jan.
14. Applications are avilable at the Union
Desk. Members will be available next week
to answer questions.
ARE YOU FUN? Applications for Freshman
Camp Counselor and staff positions are now
available at the Campus Y. No previous
camping experience required. Contact the Y
for more information. Staff applications due
Friday, January 18. Counselor applications
due Friday January 25.
RUGBY PLAYERS. Jamaica Spring Break
Tour is confirmed. $328 round trip from
Atlanta. Two matches Kinston; one, Montego
Bay. Deadline February 7th for $150 deposit.
Contact Tom Ricketts 967-8047 for details.
Checks to NC Rugby Tours P.O. Box 1221,
KARATE The UNC Okinawan Shorin Ryu
Karate Club will show a 20-min. video and
answer questions about the club on Monday,
Jan. 14, from 7-7:30pm in the Student Union
Lounge. Classes begin Jan. 16 in Studio B,
Woollen Gym, 6-8pm. Call Jack Davis 942
4382 or John Andrews 1-596-8847.
INTERESTED IN SEEING THE PRE
SIDENTIAL INAUGURATION? Stu
dents for America is taking a gronp
which includes a program aad noted
speakers. Contact Dave Fazio 942
7781 or David Rast 929-2789.
Campus Y Executive Committee election will
be held on Feb. 14. Applications for Co
Presidents, Co-Treasurers, Secretary and
Members-at-large are available NOW at the
Campus Y and are due Friday, Feb.l.
Inquire!! Apply!! Vote!!
SPRING BREAK in Daytona Beach from $89,
South Padre from $78, Mustang IslandPort
Aransas $119, Steamboat Springs skiing from
$79. HURRY "Break From The Books" call
Sunchase Tours toll free for more information
1-800-321-5911 or contact a Sunchase
Campus Representative or your local Travel
PUT YOUR SPARE TIME TO GOOD
USE participating ia EPA research oa
the UNC campus. Earn at least $5
hoar. Help the environment aad get
a free physical. Wanted: healthy,
non-smoking males, ages 18-35. Call
966-1253 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm.
Parttime 5 hrswk, and up. Year-round jobs,
indoor pool. Lifeguard requires current
certification in Advanced Lifesaving, CPR
and First Aid. Instructor must also have
current WSI. Prefer experience. $3.50hr
lifeguarding; $4.25hr teaching. Apply by
January 23: Cahpel Hill Parks & Recreation, -"
200 Plant road. EOAAE.
Excellent summer counseling opportunities
for men and women who are interested in
serving boys and girls ages 7-16, guiding them
in their physical, emntal and spiritual
development. Only those persons who will
dedicate their wholehearted efforts to help
each individual child develop his or her
potential should apply. One must have ability
to teach in one or more of our specialized
activities. College students, teachers, and
coaches should apply. CAMP THUNDER
BIRD, located 17 miles southeast of Char
lotte, N.C, is an ACA accredited camp
member, specializing in water sports (sailing,
water skiing, swimming and canoeing), yet
an added emphasis is placed on the land
sports (general athletics, tennis, golf,
archerry, riflery and backpacking). Horse
back riding, white-water canoeing and
triipping are extras in our excellent program.
For further information write or call G.
William Climer, Jr., Director, Camp Thun
derbird. Route 7, Box 50, Clover, S.C., 29710
HELP! Reliable after-school child sitter
needed for two boys, ages 7 and 13,
Monday through Thursday, 3-5: 15pm
(mother in Grad School). Timberlyne
neighborhood off Weaver Dairy Road.
$20 per week. Call Penny, 929-5393.
Buy one medium
Taco and get one
(offer good thru Jan. 1 6)
not valid with any other offer
($8X0 minimum order
required for Delivery)
n Mexican Delivery
r3 Resffiuranr '
Meet other diabetic
Learn about your
Share ideas & feelings
group begins Jan. 28
meets Monday evenings
Call 966-3658 before
Jan. 23 for information
BURGER KING. 205 E. Franklin St. is now
hiring on All Shifts. Apply Mon.-Fri. in person.
Above average starting wages. Work flexible
hours. Receive discount meals.
Roman Wings needs reliable delivery
people. Hours are flexible to your
schedule but must be 18 and have own
car and insurance. Drivers average $5
$7 per hour. Apply at Roman Wings 401
Conscientious person with high work stand
ards for telephone answering. 8am-2pm.
Must be dependable, cool under pressure,
pleasant voice and enjoy working with people.
Sterling Business Services 933-1111.
PART TIME HELP WANTED: Ram Triple
Theatre. Apply during business hours. An
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Part time student parking monitors. Daytime
evening hours available. Come by Parking
Control Office, 206 YMCA Building for an
application or call 966-2684 between 7:30am
4:30pm for further information.
PIZZA HUT 109 Estes Drive or 110 West
Franklin St.-we are accepting applications for
waitresses, waiters and cooks full and part
time. All shifts available. Apply in person
between 2-5pm Mon-Fri. No phone calls
ADULT FITNESS INSTRUCTOR Teach
on Tues and Thurs 6:30pm-7:30pm, Feb 5
May 23, Umstead Center. May have option
to teach future classes. Requires previous
experience. $8.50 hour. Apply by January 25;
Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation, 200 Plant
AIRLINES HIRING, $14 $39,000! Stewar
desses, Reservationist! Worldwide! Call for
Guide, Directory, Newsletter. 1(916)944
4444 CRUISESHIPS HIRING, $16-30,000! Carri
bean, Hawaii, World. Call for Guide, Direc
tory, Newsletter. 1(916)944-4444
Project Upward Bound, a program for
educationally disadvantaged high school
students to volunteer as tutors in the areas
of English, math, science, foreign language
(mostly French and Spanish), and history.
Tutorial sessions operate from 10-12 on some
Saturday mornings during the spring semes
ter. Interested persons should contact Harold
Woodard, Upward Bound Program, 207 Hill
Bldg., UNC-CH for applications 962-1281.
Deadline Feb. 1. 1985.
Want experienced female babysitter to
babysit 2-year old one half-day each
week, occasional evenings. Job may
.-continue indefinitely, if student desires.
QUEEN SIZE WATERBEO WITH
WOODEN FRAME FOR SALE. $170.
INCLUDES HEADBOARD, FRAME,
BAFFLED MATRESS, STAND,
HEATER, THERMOSTAT, SHEETS,
PILLOWCASES. CALL BETWEEN
6:00 9:00PM ONLY. 929-5875.
MANLY DORM CONTRACT FOR SPRING
SEMESTER FOR SALE. North campus,
great roommate, great hallmates. Call soon
933-8553 ask for Joe.
Summer's Almost Here! Get in shape for
bathing suit weather. Nautilus 6-month
membership sacrifice at $125. 933-5112 after
NORTH CAMPUS HOUSING. Lewis con
tract for sale for spring semester. Call 933
1572 ask for Woody.
USED FURNITURE, we have more of it than
anyone in the Chapel Hill area. The Trading
Post, beside Wendy's in Carrboro. 942-2017.
Free delivery with this ad.
FOR SALE Ling. 30 book Introduction
to Language by Franklin. $10-call 967-8262
and keep trying.
1984 BMW 3181 for sale. Loaded. Metallic
gray with cherry red leather interior. GOR
GEOUS! 7 months old. Less than 6,000 miles.
Hate to give it up! Make reasonable offer.
FOR SALE: small refrigerator, $70. Call 942
. 5073 and keep trying.
Do you want a real New Year Sale! How
would you like to pick your own discount
from 10-50 off everything in the store.
Coats, pants, belts, sleeping . bags, tents,
shirts, ponchos, thermal underwear, book
bags, etc. Poor Richards 929-5850.
FOR SALE: Granville South contract: female
floor, great hall mates as well as suitemates.
GREAT DEAL!! For more info call Vivian
Electric Typewriter For Sale, never been
used. Retails for $350 selling for only $200.
Can Nelson 933-1318.
FOR SALE: One Springsteen Ticket for
Friday January 18 show in Greensboro. Call
Mark at 933-7844. Give me an offer I can't
TWO BOSS TICKETS for Friday show in
Greensboro for sale. Call 933-5186 to discuss
FOR SALE: 12 inch Sylvania BW TV $30.
Kenwood Control Pre-Amplifier $75. Call
Mike at 929 2845.
1978 Kawasaki KZ-400 Cafe Style. New tires,
shocks, battery. 11,000 miles. Runs great
.$850 or best offer 967-9550 evenings.
FOR SALE: North Campus Housing Con
tract, in Graham Dorm for the spring
semester. For more information call David
PART TIME DESK CLERK wanted at the
University Motor Inn. Average of 20 hours
per week. Weekdays and weekend work. Call
For, boys camp in Maine. Openings in most
activities (WSI, tennis, basketball, etc.)
Upper clasmen preferred. Write: Camp
Cedar, 1758 Beacon St., Brookline. Ma.
02146 or call 617-277-8080.
MAKE Your M0 WE To...
FOR SALE: Bruce Springsteen tickets-4
good seats available. Call 967-6071.
$118.33 per month plus 13 utilities. Two
white females need another roommate for
spring semester. Old Well Apt. Conveniently
located apt. facing swimming pool. On JC
bus routes. Call Karen 933-5826.
Own bedroom in 2 bedroom apartment on
J busline. SllOmonth plus 13 utilities. Male
or female. January rent free! Call 968 0045
One or two female roommates needed to
share an apartment at Foxcroft Apartments.
Call Patti at 929-6093 and keep trying.
Neetl 2 non-smoking female roo
mates immdeiately to share 2 bed
room condo. Folly tarnished except
yonr room. Great location! $150 per
month pins utilities. Call 942-5876.
ROOMMATE WANTED IMMEDIATELY:
Prefer female, will consider male; non
smoker; will have own bedroom and 's bath;
on busline; pay '-2 rent and utilities: call
One or two female roommates wanted for
Booker Creek Apartments. $93 and .
utilities. On busline with wooded grounds.
Call Barbara 493-4619.
Nonsmoking female desired to share 2
bedroom apt. on busline in Carrboro.
Furnished except for extra bedroom. $175
per month plus utilities. 933-5043.
Non-smoking female grad student needed to
share 2 bedroom apt. Completely furnished,
on busline. $165month plus utilities. 929
2627. ONNE OR TWO NON SMOKING
MALES needed to share apartment at Royal
Part Apartments. Call 929-4248.
FEMLAE ROOMMATE WANTED to share
two bedroom apartment. Own room. $98
month plus 13 utilities. Call 942-0759 from
59pm or 929-3656.
Need a female to share two bedroom apt.
Cost $110 per month plus 13 utilities. Move
in today! Call Kerin or Julia at 929-4472 and
I have 2 10th row BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
tickets for Friday, Jan. 18th to trade for
equivalent Bruce tickets for Saturday night.
Call John 967-7346.
WANTED: House or apartment near campus
for five girls during fall 1985. Call Caroline
at 933-7753. 1
DESPERATELY NEED two more tickets to
Bruce Springsteen for Saturday the 19th. Call
Van at 967-7286.
ASHLEY FOREST: Two bedroom unfur
nished apartments now leasing. All applian
ces, separate baths, washerdryer hook-ups
conviently located on Airport Road. Short
term leases available. On site rental office
open daily 10-2pm or call Allenton Realtors
Monthly rental parkins now available
at 417 West Franklin St. $20 per
month. CaU 968-2758 or 968-2804
Town of Chapel Hill Parking
Parking spaces for rent. Close to campus.
Call Joseph at 942-4058.
JOHNNY T-SHIRT is having massive inven
tory reduction sale through Jan. 31. Don't
miss it. 967-5646.
HILLEL'S ADULT EDUCATION
COURSES will resume on Monday, Jan.
14. Available are beginning, intermediate
and advanced Hebrew classes on Mon
day and Tuesday evenings. On Wednes
day evening Jan. 16, Dr. David Halper
m's course "The Story Behind the Story
of Chanukah" will begin at 7:30pm in the
Hillel Library. All courses are free to
Hillel members, $10 for non-members,
and the cost of your books. Registration
at the 1st class. For more information
call 942-4057 Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. Hillel
is located at 210 West Cameron Ave.
Kevin S.: Happy Anniversary Swee
theart!! The past two years have been
great. With July 20th rapidly approach
ing, the best is still to come. I can hardly
wait!! Lots of Love. Christie.
ARE YOUR PARENTS
A support therapy
group for students
whose parents are
divorced or separated
begins Feb. 6
Learn how to cope
better with the stresses
of your new family
Call 966-3658 by Jan.
31 for information
60 Dash McRaefPitt)
Three Mile PiccianofPitt)
Shot Put ThomasfNCSU)
High Jump Martin(NCCU)
Long Jump Peebles(NCSU)
Two Mile Jensen(unattached).
1 Alabama, 2.UNC, 3.Cornell, 4 James Madison
Estin (A) 36.6; Hauschild (A) 36.3; Kaplan (UNC)
35.65; Beldon (A) 34.85; Shaffner (UNC) 34.5.
Tennessee 65, UNC 48
400 medley relay UNC (Davis. Sawyer, Stevenson.
1,000 free - Wellborn (UNC).
200 free Stevenson (UNC).
50 free - Anderson (UT).
200 1M - Tsuchiya (UT).
1-meter diving Gale (UT).
200 butterfly Tsuchiya (UT).
100 free - Robertson (UT).
200 back - Hodges (UNC).
500 free Harris (UT).
3-meter diving Gale (UT).
200 breast - Tsuchiya (UT).
400 free relay - UNC (Hamilton, Stecher. Hodges.
The Daily Tar Heel Monday, January 14, 19855
Pitt rolls in Hilton Invitational
By DAVID McCULLOUGH
Tomorrow marks the return of the
Joe Hilton Open, an inter-conference
indoor track meet featuring competitors
from throughout the East coast.
According to UNC head coach Don
Lockerbie, North Carolina will be in
strong contention to finish in first place
a feat the Tar Heels have been unable
to accomplish during the three-year
history of the meet.
For a victory, UNC will have to finish
ahead of Pittsburgh, last year's Hilton
champs, N.C. State, Duke, East Carol
ina and South Carolina.
The meet is scheduled to begin at 1 1
a.m. at the New Tin Can.
Lockerbie says the Hilton Open is
exciting for the spectators as well as the
athletes. "It's very exciting. The Tin Can
is small and everybody is close. It's so
noisy, you almost can't understand what
everybody is shouting," Lockerbie said.
"It's a great thrill for the athletes. The
fan: enthiKiasm stirs up a lot of
adrenaline. It's very exhilarating."
For the athletes, the commotion can
be frightening as well as exhilarating,
according to senior quarter-mile con
tender Robert Harrell. "The fans are
so close they can almost touch you. The
place is packed with screaming people.
It's exciting for me. Especially since I
got to the point that I don't worry. I
can relax and race confidently. It's no
According to Lockerbie, the two
most exciting events will be the 60-yard
dash and the triple jump. The 60-yard
dash brings together three of the top
sprinters in North Carolina: Brad
Sullivan of UNC, Lee McNeil of East
Carolina and Lee McRae of Pittsburgh.
The triple jump will include Randy
Marriot and Mike Patent who finished
ninth and third respectively in North
Carolina as seniors in high school.
The meet is named in recognition of
Joe Hilton, the most successful track
coach in UNC's history.
from page 1
Hale, who scored 12 of his 18 points
in the second half, said the second-half
mismatch forced the Tar Heels to push
even harder. "For the first couple of
minutes (after Daugherty fouled out
with UNC trailing, 65-57), we knew it
was make or break time," he said. "We
were going to get back in it or get blown
out. Because of our situation, we had
to be a little less patient."
Daugherty, who was ineffective in
shutting down Koncak, said the Tar
Heels did not play well despite their
gutty comeback. "We have a lot of
things to improve on," Daugherty said.
"We stayed close even though we didn't
play very well. Our team has a lot of
character, but it needs a lot of work."
During the first half, Koncak was
dropping in easy baskets over UNC's
man-to-man defense, relying on lobs
from his guards. "YouVe got to hand
it to their guards," Popson said. "They
got the ball to him. And he's so big,
once he gets it there's not much you
Martin, meanwhile, played perhaps
his best game, scoring 13 points while
adding two steals and two blocks
tfomsJ -"-;"t Koncak. He said that
once the rest of UNC's front line had
disappeared, his mind focused on
getting every rebound he could. "I just
wanted to get the ball out to Kenny
The DTH needs photographers with
black-and-white darkroom experience.
Bring clips or a portfolio to Photo Edi
tor Jeff Neuville .
and run down court as hard as I could."
Hale and Kenny Smith led the Tar
Heels with 18 points, while Smith
chipped in 13 assists.
from page 1
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Bookcases made to order, very reasonable.
Call John or Doug for an estimate. 929-4037.
HELP! Lost green laundry bag con
taining clothes and shoes. Lost last
Monday in Granville parking lot.
Large reward offered. No questions
asked. Please call 967-7262.
SKI NEARBY or refresh your spirits by the
fireside. No interruptions except those you
want at MOUNTAIN BROOK COTTAGES,
in the Great Smokies. $110 weekend for 2,
$130 weekend for 4. 704-586-4329.
Hey Ro: A Rose in the garden keeps everyone
smiling. Thanks for keeping us smiling. Happy
Birthday. We love you! Ape and Ju. P.S.
Don't forget to "Rock On Wit Cho Bad Self".
you to Birthday Happy,
you to Birthdya Happy,
Spot dear Birthday Happy,
you to Birthday Happy!
Love, Murray the Clown.
Dear Jellybean: Thanks for the best
year I've ever had. 1 hope onr future
together will be as bright as oar past.
Happy Anniversary, Talmadge.
Order of the Bell Tower meets tonight at 6:30
in the Union Auditorium.
THE Daily Crossword by Eileen Mullin
1985 Tribune Media Services, Inc.
All Rights Reserved
1 Stadium sounds
9 Show feeling
15 Wading bird
16 Circus man
17 Munich mister
19 Metallic sound
23 October gem
25 Gobi like
28 Not anchored
32 Make suitable
38 Baker's helper.
39 "The Forsyte "
40 Rounded hill
42 Govt, agents
43 Eye sugges
tively 44 Fashion
47 Austen heroine
49 Ancient Irish
man 51 Solicit
59 Dickinson of
64 Laurel and
66 Arsenal stuff
68 Make callous
69 Russ. refusal
4 Bare all
5 Winnie of
6 Have in
7 Small tube
11 Arab monarchy
13 Work units
28 Circular band
27 School: Fr.
29 In a lazy way
32 It. wine city
33 Invoke evil
35 Reacting with
37 Type of sch.
44 Indian dress
Lock of hair
56 Siam. field
58 Away from
62 Soul: Fr.
63 Poker money
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