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BLACK MEN AND BLACK WOMEN
$45 will be paid to healthy aon
smokers, age 18-35 who complete aa
EPA breathing study oa UNC caas
pns. Please can 966-1253 Monday
Friday S a.m. -5 p.m.
THE YOGA PLACE will offer
ad nit a ad children's classes Jaa
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tioa 967-9686. It's a anestioa of
joy! 452 West Fraaklia St. siace
Are you planning a career in psychology,
teaching, speech, recreation, art, music
or related field? FPG Child Development
Center needs your help. To volunteer,
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.
KARATE The UNC Okinawan Shorin Ryu
Karate Club meets Mondays (Fetzer Fenc
ing) and Wednesdays (Woollen Studio B), 6
8pm. Conditioning, kata, sparring, self
defense. New students welcome anytime.
Jack Davis 942-4382 or John Andrews 1-596-8847.
POTENTIAL FRESHMAN LEADERS
N.C. Fellows applications are due by
Friday Jaaaary 18 at aooa. Brias
completed applicatioas to the Fel
lows Lounge, Room 11 of Uaioa.
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.
inquireu p(wy!!.vteb, nt -jht -.-ijfmi
South Padre from $78 Mustang IslandPort'.
Aransas $ 1 19, 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
Interested in International Bnsincoa?
Internship? AIESEC may be the
groap for yon. Organixatioaal meet
ings will be oa Thursday Jaaaary 17
aad Moaday Jaaaary 21 7:00pm.
Check Uaioa desk for room aamber.
AO majors welcome.
ATTENTION BUSINESS, INDUS
TRIAL RELATIONS, AND ECO
NOMIC MAJORS: Alpha Kappa
Psi Professional Basiaess Frater
nity invites yon to participate ia
Spring Rash. Sign-np tables ia the
Uaioa and Carroll Hall Tuesday
through Friday, 11:00-3:00.
The Order of the Bell Tower is holding its
annual membership drive from Monday,
Jan. 14 through Friday, Jan.25. Applications
are avilable at the Union Desk. If you wish
to represent UNC, here is your chance to
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.
GET YOUR ACT
TOGETHER NOW for
CAROL I NA
Sign up through Feb. 7
Compete for over $200
Info at Union Desk
or call 962-0015
Sponsored by CSF
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FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES.
who are interested in Army ROTC. Oppor
tunities for leadership training and two or
three year merit scholarships. Call Dr. Hyatt
966-51 16 (9-5) or Jerry Wood 967-6485 after
19 or over. Work ia exciting
places, eara high iacome, meet
interesting people. Classes held
at 16 Fraternity Coart. Call 942
TYPING For fast, dependable and quality
typing of theses, dissertations, resumes, and
legal documents call SAUNDRA H. QUICK,
dba QUICK-TYPE Professional Typing
Service at 688-3152 or 471-6149; references
Term papers, essays, dissertations done
accurately and rapidly on a word procesor.
Rush jobs welcome. Call Doug at 962-2307
or after hours at 929-2270.
E. J. Company is already reserving dates for
Valentines parties. Book your party now. 4
hours of jam for only $140. Call Andy Pittman
lost and found
Found at Registration: a Florida Driver's
License and 'Nissan' car keys. See Cathy in
01 Hanes to claim.
FOUND: Black standard poodle. Very
.scared. Call 967-2646.
FOUND: One pair of silver earrings near
Ackland. Call 967-5435 to claim.
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.
FOUND: Last semester found a manilla
envelope with Dave written on it on S.
Columbia Street near the bus stop. Call 933
6444 and ask for Carol to identify the
REWARD! Lost bluegray plaid Pendleton
scarf in Fetzer gym or Lenior Monday 14
Jan. If found please call 933-8125. Sentimental
FOUND: Gold ring at the swimming pool
during the week of January 7th. Call and'
describe. Call Paul at 962-6981 ext. 317.
LOST: Royal blue long wool coat size 4 petite
at Psi Omega Dental Fraternity Party Friday
January 11th. Has sentimental value. Reward
offered. Call 967-8495.
LOST: Prescription glasses. Rose frames.
Blue case with rainbow stripe. Lost Sunday,
January 6th between E"haus and James.
Please call 933-4938.
LOST: Gold and onyx 1957 UNC Women's
class ring and gold and amethyst ring in
Fetzer Locker Room. No questions asked.
Reward. Can 968-8650.
Reward for return of our precious kitten
"Troubadour" lost January 12 Estes Park
area. Sleek black, one white eye brow, five
months old. Please call 967-9505 if seen. Lisa
of Andrea. Keep trying.
I"rS MY LIFE OR DEATH! No ques
tioas asked for information oa or
retara of my Nikon FE chrome
camera body. Waa packed ia original
Sold colored box. PLEASE call 933
4792. help wanted
-USEfiagticipat iavi-iavEPAaeaearch on
taa UNC camas.' Eara at least $5A
hoar. Help the eaviroameat aad set
a free physical. Waated: healthy,
Boa-smoldas males, ages 18-35. Call
966-1253 Moa-Fri 8am-5pm.
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
trapping 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
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.
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.
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
West Franklin. ..: . -
Located at the new Swim
Tennis Club in Durham's
new community of
experienced, pool manager,
certificate helpful, WSI
helpful. February interviews.
Summer employment, must
have Red Cross Advanced
Lifesaving or equivalent, WSI
helpful, college age
Send Resume To:
Attn: Carter Warren
P.O. Box 13334, RTP, N.C. 27709
Monday-Friday 63 days
Starts Jan. 21 and ends
No delivery on holidays
Make check payable to:
University Gardens Apts.
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
or call 929-5361
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
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.
NEED CASH? Earn $500-plus each school
year, part-time (flexible) hours each week
placing and filling posters on campus. Serious
workers only; we give recommendations. 1-800-243679.
DishwashersBusboy needed. Lunch, dinner,
weekend shifts to be filled. Good hours close
to campus at the Porthole. Call 942-2171 from
4:30 to 5:30 daily.
SUMMER POSITIONS: Program Director,
Waterfront Directors, Activity Director,
Head Counselors, Cabin Counselors ' and
Activity Leaders for YMCA co-ed camp.
Camp Kanata, Rt. 3, Box 192, Wake Forest,
N.C. 27587. (919)556-2661.
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $15,000-$50.000
year possible. All occupations. How to Find.
Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R 9594.
HOUSEKEEPER needed permanent basis
Wednesday's, Friday's l-6pm for house
cleaning and after-school supervision of 2
beys (8,10). Pleasant home environment,
close to campus. Seek reliable person with
references and transportation. 967-5893.
CRUISESHIPS HIRING, $16-$30.000! Carri
bean, Hawaii, World. Call for guide, direc
tory, newsletter. l-(916)-944-4444.
AIRLINES HIRING. $14-$39,000! Stewar
desses, Reservationist! Worldwide! Call for
guide, directory, newsletter. l-(916)-944-4444.
The New York Times has immediate open
ings for south campus representatives. Good
pay. For more information contact David
Fowle at 929-5361.
Colonel Chutney 's is now accepting applica
tions .to its wait staff. No experience
necrssary. Please apply in person between
4:30-5:30pm Mon-fri at 300 West Rosemary
St. Chapel Hill.
Colonel Chutney 's is now accepting applica
tions for cooks and dishwashers. Tuition
assistance is available. No experience
necessary. Please apply in person between
4:30-5:30pm Mon-Fri at 300 West Rosemary
St. Chapel Hill.
1984 BMW 318i 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.
Do you want a real New Year Sale!. How
would you like to pick your own discount
sfmm-10:S0'S off TveTythinjJ in the storeT:
-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.
Call Nelson 933-1318.
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
FOR SALE: 1967 Bug with 1970 engine, steel
belted radials. Not running, great for parts.
$175 call Jack 967-1083.
FOR SALE: Harmon Kardon HK570i
receiver, 45 wattschannel, excellent condi
tion, $200. Call 967-6027 (evenings).
2 SPRINGSTEEN TICKETS call 929-3360
Thursday 3:00-4:00 pm only, best offer.
January 19th show.
FOR SALE Membership in THE GYM.
Located in Carrboro. Nautilus, free weights,
etc. 3 months for $120. Regularly $135. Call
John at 933-5191.
FANTASTIC DEAL... Denon DR-F8
Cassette deck, new, in box, list price
$525, sell for $350, call 929-4639 after
You are invited
to call or write
Dr. James Cunningham
UNC School of Education
January 16. 1985 5:00 PM
Gibsonville, N.C. 27429
Find out why we have natural
disasters. What is life? You ask
Dr. Cunningham will
give you an answer.
Put your skills
to work in the
C dD Ii1 pD
SPRINGSTEEN TICKETS Friday night. Best
offer call Ed 489-6236 or 929-2850.
FOR SALE: Honda Express Moped with
character-needs a little LOVE. ONLY $100
or best offer. Call 942 7564.
FOR SALE! Quality slip covers, cushion
covers, etc. 967 8073. Save this ad!
2 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN TICKETS Satur
day night 967-6360.
FEMALE EHRINGHAUS CONTRACT
FOR SALE. Please call Elizabeth 933 5189.
MUST SELL! MUST SELL! MUST
SELL contracts for one room on
scenic North Campus. Call 933-1615
or com on by 106 Everett.
AVANTI LARGE DORM FRIG FOR SALE:
Excellent condition. 1.5 yrs. old $90. 933-1667
FOR SALE! Two Springsteen tickets for
Saturday nights' show. Reasonably priced.
Call 933-4156 after 6pm.
FOR SALE: two tickets to the UNCDuke
game. Best offer will be accepted. Call 933
7327. BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN TICKET for sale for
this Friday's concert. Reasonable price. Call
Karen at 933-1803.
FOR SALE: 2 Duke tickets! Will take best
offer. Call Karen or Kelly at 933-1803.
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN TICKETS
FOR SALE! 3rd row seats! January
18th in Greensboro. Call anytime
Move to North Campus! Old West
contract for sale cheap! Only a
few minntes from Franklin St.
and classes! Mast sell. Call Doug
Ski Boots for sale Nordica men's size
11m. Scott poles. Both in good con
dition. Call Tracy at 967-0410 after
6:00pm. Price negotiable.
Springsteen Tickets for Friday Greensboro
show. Call 929-3299. Please don't call unless
Two Springsteen tickets for Friday show in
Greensboro for sale. Call 967-9472 and ask
for Ami. Price negotiable.
SPRINGSTEEN TICKETS AVAILA
BLE: Call 684-0980 (Durham)
between 7pm-9pm, or 688-6722 (Dur
$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. $110month plus 13 utilities. Male
or female. January rent free! Call 968-0045
We need one female roommate to
share 2 bedrooms Foxcroft Apart
ment. rent and utilities. Call
Need 2 non-smoking female room
mates immediately to share 2 bed
room condo. Fully furnished except
yonr room. Great location! $150 per
month plus V utilities. Call 942-5876.
One or two female roommates wanted for
..Booker Creek Apartments. $93 and '4
-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 !4 utilities. 933-5043.
ONE 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
5-9pm 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
APARTMENT MATE for 2 bedroom, 2 bath
Woodbridge Apt. quick drive to campus.
Spacious, fireplace, nice patio. Person must
be clean and considerate. Call 967-5325 Kelly.
WANT YOUR OWN ROOM? Need non
smoking roommate to share Old Well
Apartment. $120 month plus 13 utilities. Call
967-0290 after 6:00pm.
WE WANT YOU-FOR OUR ROOM
MATE! We live in a lovely furnished condo
1 mile from campus. Washerdryer, dis
hwasher included. Very reasonable. Call 942
7564. Female roommate needed immediately for
two-bedroom Carolina Apt. Fairly studious.
Apartment furnished except for larger
bedroom. Share ! utilities. Call Celeste, 967
6037. Female roommate for
OLD WELL APTS.
$167.50 &12 utilities.
Call Ailene 966-5709
10-6 pm or 929-1461
after 6 pm
at CAMP STARLIGHT for
Cabin Leaders with talents
and skills in all LAND
WATERSKI, ARTS &
leading, private, modern
coed camp in the area of NE
Pa; 622-822. Qualified mid
& upper class men & women
who are outgoing and like
leadership roles with
youngsters. Call Stacey
Thompson, Campus Rep, at
967-1053 for campus
interview on Jan. 29 & 30th.
are available at the
Union Desk and
the CSF Office, 3rd
floor South Now
until Jan. 24
Breakfast is Jan. 31
CSF Office at
Replacements' 'Let it
Not since the songwriting heydays of Chuck Berry, the
Beach Boys' Brian Wilson, and Bruce Springsteen on Born
to Run have rock V rollers so captured a feel for teenage
America as have the Replacements on their third and finest
album, Let It Be. The Minneapolis band has made a smooth
transition from the amateur punk kick of Sorry Ma, Forgot
to Take Out the Trash, their first album, to the teenage
glories of 1984's Let It Be.
Avoiding Berry's Utopian glory, Wilson's giddy, ail
American spirit, and the sometimes intangible spirtual quests
of Springsteen's characters, Paul Westerberg conveys the
traumas of everyday life as well as the positive release of
romance for young America.
Westerberg's ragged, aching vocals account for much of
the Replacements musical power. He moves easily from the
hilarious punk thrash of "Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out"
to the hushed beauty of "Androgynous."
Bob Stinson's imaginative guitar fills echo the vocals and
provide diverse settings for the teenage world of Westerberg's
lyrics. The rhythm section of bassist Tommy Stinson and
drummer Chris Mars moves easily from the acoustic pop
of "I Will Dare" to the heavy-metal lurch of "Black
Diamond," a Kiss song from 1973 and the only cover version
on the record.
The fact that Let It Be has a song by Kiss, everybody's
favorite bad band of the last decade, is sure proof that the
Replacements grew up in the 70s. What they have to say,
however, is funny and true enough to reach anyone growing
up in America over the past 20 years or so.
"Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out," in which Tommy's doctor
rushes to finish the operation so that he can get to the golf
course, chronicles an almost universal fear.
The funny but sadly touching story of a transvestite couple,
"Androgynous" is particularly relevant to a year that saw
Boy George and Prince rise to the level of superstars.
"Seen Your Video" is a vicious, perfectly justifiable attack
on MTV and all that the video channel has wrought in the
Roommate wanted to share home on
two beautiful country acres. Six miles
from campus. Own room, $130, '
utilities. Grad student, dog lover pre
One or two male roommates needed for
luxurious living in fully furnished condomi
nium. Two miles from campus. Only $130
per month plus utilities. Call Steve at 933
6017. Roommate Wanted(female)-Furnished 1
bedroom apartment in Northampton Plaza,
only ten minute walk to campus, utilities
included, $170month. Call 933-7107.
Female Roommate NEEDED: Carolina
Apartments. Two bedroom, 114 baths, free
January rent. $126month plus utilities. Call
929-1099 for info. Desperate!
NEEDED: Ori or two roommates for White
Oak Condo. Just built; furnished except
bedroom. Rent negoitable. Call 929-1099,
WANTED: House or apartment near campus
for five girls during fall 1985. Call Caroline
SPRINGSTEEN TICKETS for Saturday
January 19th wanted! Have tickets for the
Friday, Jan. 18th show. Lets negotiate. Call
DESPERATELY NEED 2 tickets for tonight's
state game. No reasonable offer turned down.
Please call Pat at 549-9535 (local call) before
I need two student or non-student tickets for
the N.C. Stat game tonight. Call Dan at 933
1558 and keep trying.
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1 Religious 45 Waryrvar. 21 Canals
service 46 Voyage 24 Smooths out
5 Comic Viking 49 Gallants 25 Like some
10 Swallow 53 Rattlesnake sounds
14Jai 55 Serbian city 28 Eschew
15 Violin maker 58 Copycat 27 Strange
16 Tune 57" is an 28 Abreast
17 Outer coating island" 29 Of a surface
18 Sorority 58 "The Razor's " 30 Eng. author
20 Evade 59 Charter 32 Change
22 Peter and 60 Smiles 35 Obliquely
Paul 61 trap for 38 Fancies
23 Blackthorn (try to catch) 38 Take up again
fruit 42 Despises
24 Kazan DOWN 43 Sailor
25 Country 1 Planet 44 Manifest
27Bird:Lat. 2 Others: Lat. 48 Nicholas or
28 Patriotic grp. 3 Violent desert Ivan
31 Stratford-on winds 47 Fit
32 Coeurd' 4 Moonlighting 43 Gulf of
33 Choler career 49 Afr. gazelle
34 Tender 5 Hie 50 Intend
35 Throw 6 Pierre's friend 51 NCO
36 Brainstorm 7 Convulsive 52 Mats' stadium
37 Point utterance 54 Correlative
33 Liturgies 8 Lawyer abbr.
39 Fermented 9 White table
40 Mormon 10 State of Brazil
letters 11 Golf club
41 Elysium 12 Tumult
42 Firm 13 Fathers
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
at 967 0543.
Monthly rental parkins now available
at 417 West Franklin St. $20 per
month. Call 968-2758 or 968-2804
Town of Chapel Hill Parkins
Parking spaces for rent. Close to campus.
Call Joseph at 942-4058.
Downtown Parking Space for rent. Two
minute walk to campus. Paved parking
area with all night lighting. $26.00
monthly or $100 for semester. Call 929
YO Delta Tan Hota
Come to the DOOK-SUX-KEG-PARTY
OF-DEATH this Saturday. If
you don't have tickets, join us for Dean
and Woody on the tube. Come by the
office for details.
JOHNNY T-SHIRT is having massive inven
tory reduction sale through Jan. 31. Don't
miss it. 967-5646.
Bookcases made to order, very reasonable.
Cad John or Doug for an estimate. 929-4037.
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The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, January 16, 19855
be' album lets it rock
"Sixteen Blue," a gently pastoral song in the spirit of the
Byrds and the Velvet Underground, is a real heartbreaker:
"The young age is the hardest age, everything just drags
The technological nightmare of "Answering Machine" may
be the most powerful cut on the album. Westerberg sings
and plays all the instruments on the song, backing himself
only with a rough layer of electric guitars and a bit of
percussion. He sounds driven, almost maniacal, as he rails
against his girlfriend's answering machine. "How do you say
goodnight To an answering machine?" he screams. "How
do you say I love you To an answering machine?" "Please
hang up and try again," a mechanized voice responds.
While Let It Be admittedly deals with what could be termed
trivial subject matter, the band's musical power makes it
all valid. Westerberg's vocals in particular make the lyrics
sound not only believable and but also scary and true.
With Let It Be, the Replacements have earned the right
to be counted among the most vital rock 'n' rollers around.
Their subject matter puts them in important rock territory
Chuck Berry, the Beach Boys, the early Who, Springsteen,
and the Ramones all have explored similar territory while
their execution ranks them with the very best rock artists.
The raw, powerful rock 'n' roll on the album is a marvelous
exception to the rules of wimp rock and slick production
that reigned in 1984, and Let It Be stands with Springsteen's
Born in the USA, Jason and the Scorchers' Fervor, and
Cyndi Lauper's She's So Unusual as one of the very best
albums of the year.
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
in'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
can 942-4057 Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. Hillel
is located at 210 West Cameron Ave.
HELP! Loat green laundry has con
taining clothe and shoes. Loat last
Moaday ia Granville parkins 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.
SLAVE AUCTION Get yonr spring
cleaning done early! Brothers of Phi
Kappa Sigma will be on sale Friday,
Jan. 18 from 11:30-2:30 in the pit.
Bidding starts at $5.00.
Damn, two days till Springsteen and the girl
I want to take is going to the movies instead.
Heartbreak. In 25 words or less, why do you
deserve to be my date for the Boss. Respond
Tune in turn on and drop out! The sixties
ain't dead yet fellah. WXYC's fourth annual ,
siixties dance Friday January 25th at 8pm.
Thanks to all my friends who made my
birthday so special-Sandy, Candace, Kim,
Leslie. Art, Mark, Bob, Chuck, and especially
Jill and Jimmy. I love ya all. Lauren.
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high, it's time for a TEAM B
...Gaahdamn, yon would think we
would be relieved to get home, bat
we all have gloomy faces. Remember:
Lake Placid sax, $270 for one run, tho
Terry had none because Timmy stole
his kaeebrace. Who hearts N.Y.? To
Canada via LUV Van, shots of
Frank's bootleg brandy, pullover
Leslie needs to use the tire, watch
for Betsy's prune art! Customs,
Adele can we make it, then "do it
again?" Wes, what time is it? Find a
motel complete with hookers in the
lobby. Eman, the bellboy. Dreaacoat?
Excuse me, where's Troll's? D.S.'s,
Cheers, BK Lounge, what's a
whopper fronasga? Meredith, see that
pencil? It's your! Ask the talking toll
booth directions to Mont San Saveur.
WHAT? They've got T-bars. Shudup,
NO-SAY! mercy. Dix kilometers to
Mont Tremblant, where everybody's
ID has M.M's picture on it. Back to
the USA! What time is it? Bon Appe
tite!! The Harbor, Meredith, it's the
Grateful Dead. Mud Paddles, the
gays and fat chicks. Call Gene's taxi,
make the getaway. BIG PREACH!
LOOT: Canadian flag, ski banner,
over twelve ashtrays, 4 shot glasses,
jigger, St. Adele sign, one free meal,
wine, cheese, cheer's coasters,
George's L.P. flag, foar sausages, a
second hand buzz for Betsy. LUV Bus
again, pack Wes' luggage. The front
is pissed off at us, raise the Austral
ian flag! EMAN, why are you doubled
over? Was it Meredith's moon boot?
5 hour roadside party. Where's
Timmy the gargon? Are you bilin
gual? George, can you breakdaace?
Well, we're back now. There's only
one thing left to do-find a bar and get
drunk! P.S. Baxter misses her
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