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The Daily Tar HeelFriday, January 18, 18855 (Bje lath (Uar Mtd SPORTS " -Tl p r ( Classified Info Cciara ad mmd check or noacy or&er to the DTti office by boob tk buiuu day before yoar ad to ran. Ads mut be prepaid. Hates: 25 words or less Stadeats, Stadeat Orgaaiza tioas aad ladividaals: 1 day: $2.00 2 days: $3.25 3 days: $4.00 4 days: $4.75 5 days: $5.00 Basiaesses: $4.00 per day St for each addltioaal word $1.00 for boxed ad or bold type Free ads: FOUND ads will run five days FfSEE. FOR SALE ads wiSl be ran FREE for stadeats, stadeat organizations, aad individuals for items less than $500. Price mast be stipalated ia the ad. Free ads taast be marked as sach or any monies collected will not be refunded. No coupon is necessary. Please notify the DTH office immediately if there are mis takes ia yoar ad. We will be responsible for only the first ad announcements BLACK MEN AND BLACK WOMEN $45 will be paid to healthy aon mokcrs, age 18-35 who complete aa EPA breatki-s stady oa UNC cam pas. Please call 966-1253 Monday Friday 8 p.m. THE YOGA PLACE will offer adaft aad children's cla-aeo Jaa 14-March 14 aad March 18-May 2. For information and registra tion 967-9656. It's a qaeatioa of joy! 452 West Franklin St. since 1975. 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 get involved. Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting Thursday night January 17 8:30pm 208 Union Huddle Groups. UNC Daaaeoas aad Drasoas Clnb presents a AD&D toaraa ment at Chimeracoa the weekend of 125. Admission is $1.50 per person or $5.00 per five person team. Registra tion in the Pit 123-125. ATTENTION BUSINESS STUDENTS: ABS is sponsoring a guest speaker series market ing panel; featuring Peizer, Trust Company Bank, and Proctor and Gamble. January 22, 7:00pm, New Carroll T7. 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 dae by Friday Jan nary 18 at noon. Betas completed applications to tke Fel lows Loane, Room 11 of Union. Campus Y Executive Committee election will be held QFeb. 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 Agency TODAY! Interested ia International Bnsiness? lateraskip? AIESEC may fee the reap for yon. Organizational meet ings will be on Tharsday Jannary 17 aad Monday Jaaaary 21 7:Opm. Check Union desk for room namber. AO majors welcome. REGISTER NOW FOR '85 SPRING RAIN BOW SOCCER. Office at 500 W. Rosemary opens Monday, Jan. 14, Noon to 6pm. FIELD REGISTRATION is Sats., Feb 9 and 16, lOam-Noon at the Rainbow Soccer Stadium off Cleland Rd and 15-501. TEAMS ANNOUNCED Sat., Feb 23, 10:30-Noon at the R.S. stadium. PRACTICE BEGINS, Mon and Tues, Feb. 25 and 26. RAINBOW SOCCER is a recreational soccer program focused on skill and fun, open to players of any age, sex or skill. FIELDS MADE POSSIBLE BY GLEN LENNOX INVEST MENT GROUP. HURRY! TIME IS RUNNING OUT! Spring Break Vacations from $119. Ft. Lauderdale, Daytona, Bermuda or the Bahamas. Flights and hotel accommodations. Call Mike at 933 7046. BE A FRIEND! Be a tutor! Informational meeting Campus Y Lounge. Monday, Jan. 21 at 5:00 and Wednesday Jan. 23 at 3:00. Be there! Mexican Delivery Restaurant 968-0033 (Next to the A&P on Airport Rd) Sun. Jan. 20 2-11 pm Pitchers $1.25 each Homemade Cracker Stew $.75 bowl WOOBCItOFT POOL Located at the new Swim Tennis Club in Durham's new community of Woodcraft POOL MAMAGEE . & ASSISTANT Summer employment, experienced, pool manager, certificate helpful, WSI helpful. February interviews. ULFEGUAODS Summer employment, must have Red Cross Advanced Lifesaving or equivalent, WSI helpful, college age preferred. February interviews. Send Resume To: WOODCBOFT Attn: Carter Warren P.O. Box 13334, RTP, N.C. 27709 jpci n I r at -i rap Supsr Bowl Parly WOMEN'S CREW CLUB-Congrats on fall fund-raising efforts. Our envelope-stuffing talents did not go to waste! Get excited for a great spring season and DONT FORGET THE MEETING MONDAY NIGHT IN UNION! SOTA Students Older Than Average. Meeting for dinner 6pm Monday Jan. 2 1 Pizza Hut on Franklin St. See You There! The Pre-Law Club's first meeting of the semester is January 23 at 3:00pm in the Union. Elections will be held. All members should attend. . TO THE SOVIET UNION! Guided tour with Professor E. Willis Brooks. UNC History Department. Visit Moscow, Leningrad, Tbilisi, Erevan, Tallinn, and Helsinki, Finland, this May 13-28. $1776 from New York includes ail travel, meals, first class hotels. Course credit available. For brochure and details, call 962-5043; drop by my office, 475 Hamilton Hall; better yet, come to a meeting on Thursday, January 24 at 7pm in 425 Hamilton Hall. LIMITED SPACE STILL AVAIL ABLE for the UNC Spring Break Craiee to tea Bahamas. Triple, doable, ainglea available. Price ia $370 (baaed oa foar to a room). Call Stacey at Cole Travel 967 8838. services TOTAL FINANCIAL PLANNING: For stocks, bonds, IRA's, Annuities, Custodial Accounts and Tax-advantaged investments, call Mike Strong, Prudenhal-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 5:00pm. . '. - TYPING For fast, dependable and quality typing of theses, dissertations, resumes, and legal documents caB SAUNDRA H. QUICK, dba QUICK-TYPE Professional Typing Service at 688-3152 or 471-6149; references available. -- E.J. 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: Gold ring at the swimming pool during the week of January 7th. Call and describe. Call Paul at 962-6981 ext. 317. LOST: Prescription glasses. Rose frames. Blue ease with rainbow stripe. Lost Sunday, January 6th between Elus 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. Call 968-8650. rrS MY LIFE OB DEATH! No aaee tsoae aeked for information oa or retara of my Nikoa FE chrome camera body. Waa packed ia original gold colored box. PLEASE call 933 4792. LOST: A wallet in or around Jordan's Wed. night. If found, please call David, collect, at 489-3495! LOST: One small 14Kt gold ring. Lost last Thursday, Jan. 10 1985 on campus some where. Please call 933-5934 if found. FOUND: Guys gold timex with broken brown band. Call Ellen at 933-8136. $50 REWARD! For return of blue with red stripes Adidas warm-up containing wallet and keys. No questions asked. Call 933-4295 and leave a message. help wanted PUT YOUB SPARE TIME TO GOOD USE participating ia EPA research oa tke UNC caapM. Eara at least $5 boar. Help tke environment aad set a free pbyaical. Wanted: healthy, aoa-emokiaa male, ages 18-35. CaB 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 tripping 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 (803-831-2121). 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. COUNSELORS For boys camp in Maine. Openings in most activities (WSI, tennis, basketball, etc.) Upper clasmen preferred. Write: Camp Cedar, 1758 Beacon St., Brookline, Ma. C2146 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. The New York Times 20 discount Campus delivery spring semester Monday-Friday 63 days $25.20 Starts Jan. 21 and ends April 25. No delivery on holidays Make check payable to: David Fowle A-ll University Gardens Apts. Chapel Hill, NC 27514 or call 929-5361 Fema!3 roommate tor OLD WELL APTS. $167.50 & V4 utilities. Call Ailene 966-5709 10-6 pm or 929-1461 after 6 pm n WriiG0BT(o Part time student parking monitors. Daytime evening hours available. Come by Parking Control Office, 206 YMCA Building for an application or call 965-2684 between 7:30am 4:30pm for further information. Project Upward Bound, a program for educationally disadvantaged high school students, need individuals to volunteer as tutors in the areas of English, math, science, foreign language (mostly French and Span ish), and history. Tutorial sessions operate from 10-12 on some Saturday mornings during the spring semester. Interested persons should contact Harold Woodard, Upward Bound Program, 207 Hill Bidg., UNC-CH for applications 962-1281. Deadline Feb. 1, 1985. GOVERNMENT JOBS. $15,000-$50.000 year possible. All occupations. How to Find. Call 805-687-6000 Ext. R-9594. 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 necessary. 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. WANTED: Healthly 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. For information write-Mr. J. LaDine 1 124 F.L.O.B. 231-H, UNC-Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 or phone 919-966-1154. 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. 1-800-243-6679. SALES MANAGER AND REPS WANTED. Excelleat career opportunity-part of fall time. Call 967-0363 for appointment. We need 10 salesperson. for sale Electric Typewriter For Sale, never been used. Retails for $350 selling for only $200. Call Nelson 933-1318. FOR SALE: 12 inch Sylvania BW TV $30. Kenwood Control Pre-Amplifier $75. Call Mike at 929-2845. FOR SALE: Harmon Kardon HK570i receiver, 45 wattschannel, excellent condi tion, $200. Call 967-6027 (evenings). 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 5pm. 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. AVANTi LARGE DORM FRIG FOR SALE: Excellent condition. 1.5 yes. old $90. V33-1667 at 313 Everette Dorm. " . 4 " FOR SALE! Two Springsteen tickets for Saturday nights' show. Reasonably priced. Call 933-4156 after 6pm. 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. CaH Karen or Kelly at 933-1803. Ski Boots for sale Nordica men's size 11m. Scott poles. Both ia good con dition. Call Tracy at 967-0410 after 6:00pm. Price negotiable. SPRINGSTEEN TICKETS AVAILA BLE: Call 684-0980 (Daraam) between 7pm-9pm, or 688-6722 (Dar aam) anytime. FOR SALE: Typewriter Smith Corona 2200 almost new. $175. Phone 967-6138. FOR SALE: Escort Radar Detector. Like new. Purchased during fall semester. Includes cord, case, manual, fuses and bulbs. $255 new-best offer. 933-3001 keep trying. FOR SALE: Bruce tickets for Saturday January 19th show. Have 4. Best offer. 933 3001. FOR SALE: Yamaha A560 55 watt stereo amplifier, $150. Yamaha NS50T Speakers, $250pair. Call Steve at 962-3992 after 8pm for a great deal. FOR SALE Sony PSLX510 turntable and Ortofon needle. Linear tracking; six months old! Retail for $280, must sell for $170. Call Alexander 968-8603. FOR SALE: Gold Trumpet. Brand: Cara velle. Like new: Used only one month. Need cash. Asking for $200, but negotiable. Call Kevin at 933-1576 in late evenings. irst Prize 2 $25 2nd Prizes Write a short piece on anything humorous or otherwise concerning UNC or Chapel Hill. Entries due Feb. 15 at Campus Y. Photos, poems welcome. Get published! All for UNC'slst MS-BEE'S GUIDE rtwiHw ill Organizational Meeting UNC YEA1-AT BlOIflPELLIEIl Wednesday, January 23 3:30-5:30 in Toy Lounge (4th Floor DeyHall) f: FOR SALE: A north campus housing con tract for Graham Dorm. For more informa tion call David at 967-8003. LAST CHANCE! Springsteen tickets for sale. Saturday night. $35 or best offer. CaH 477-9230 (Durham) and keep trying. roommates $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 after 5:00pm. We need oaa female roommate to aare 2 bedroom Foxcroft Apart ment. rent aad utilities. Call 929-6093. FEMALE 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 : keep trying. . WANT YOUR OWN ROOM? Need non smoking roommate to share Old Well Apartment. $120month 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. Roommate wanted to share home on 'two beautiful country acres. Six miles from campus. Own room, $130, '4 utilities. Grad student, dog lover pre ferred. 942-9288. 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, 1 baths, free January rent. $126month plus utilities. Call 929-1099 for info. Desperate! NEEDED: One or two roommates for White Oak Condo. Just built; furnished except bedroom. Rent negoitable. CaH 929-1099, PLEASE! Male or female needed to share two bedroom Carolina Apt. Furnished except for your bedroom. Rent $135month January rent free. Call 929-6410. wanted WANTED: House or apartment near campus for five girls during fall 1985. Call Caroline at 933-7753. HELP! I need to find someone to take my space oa the senior craise. Futile only. CaH today! Teresa 967 4072. WANTED: Tickets to the Carolina-Duke game. Price negotiable. Call 942-6372. for rent ASHLEY FOREST: Two bedroom unfur nished apartments now leasing. AH 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 caU Allenton Realtors at 967-0543. 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. CaH 929 6577. personal JOHNNY T-SHIRT is having massive inven tory reduction sale through Jan. 31. Don't miss it. 967-5646. 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. 704-5864329. SLAVE AUCTION Gat yoar sarins cleaning doae eariyl Brothers mi Pal Kappa Sima wl be oa sale Friday, Jaa. 18 from 11:39-2:39 ia the pit. I starts at 85.69. Relive Woodstock with Lambda Chi Alpha. AH campus party celebrating the 60s. 8:00 Friday night. January 18. Beverages provided. Bring ID. Across from More head Planetarium. Applications for Breakfast with the Chancellor are available at the Union Desk and the CSF Office, 3rd floor South Now until Jan. 24 Breakfast is Jan. 31 For more information call CSF Office at 962-0015 SLAVE SALE The Brothers of Plii Ka pjsa Sifpsiii will be on the block Friday, January 18 in the Pit. Get your slave to do yardwork, housework, or any other task. Slaves work Sat., Jan. 19th from 104. (Min. bid $5) Warren blocks, passes Martin not clumsy to the Wolf pack By SCOTT FOWLER Assistant Sports Editor In a three-minute span on a wild Wednesday night, Warren Martin , became one of the accepted heroes of Carmichael Auditorium. It started with 7:40 left in the N.C. State game and State ahead, 58-57, as Cozell McQueen lofted a shot in front of Martin and unceremoniously had it stuffed back in his face. However, McQueen managed to recover the ball. He drove inside and ' again tried to shoot over Martin, once more receiving a facial for his efforts. On State's next possession, after a Brad Daugherty free throw had tied the score, Martin dove for a loose ball by the UNC bench, recovered it, and launched a perfect outlet pass while lying prone. One possession later, with UNC ahead by one, Martin took the ball inside on Lorenzo Charles and scored. And to cap off his burst of brilliance, the next time UNC had the ball Martin pump-faked Charles and McQueen into the air, took one huge step and slammed the ball home to give UNC a 66-63 lead. Martin went out of the game 20 seconds later to a standing ovation from a frenzied Carmichael crowd and a rhythmic chant of " War-re n, War-ren." No matter that Martin fouled out a Miss Beverly Home Price, The Yucatan was simply marvelous. I would have brought back a souvenier but I'm not sure you would have known what to do with it. Such a shame, your mother taught you better than that. Spinsterhood is a pain. Just remember, auntie knows what's good for female troubles. Kiss, Kiss. Aunt Mildred. HAPPY ANN IVERSARY... This has been the best year of my life. The past year has yielded many firsts for both of us. You have seen D.C. and I have wandered the streets of NYC. However, there are a few other things that did happen. Remember? Breadman's, Reli gion Class, "Where the hell is Testes Park?", Taking Risks, Bert's Lake Palace, Lake Tillery, Your Car, Sub Sanwiches, A Sloppy Dresser at the Porthole, Getting Mad, Making Up, Your Car, Prince, New Year's, Free Pizza Night, Myrtle Beach with the Girls, Coming Back Sunburned Bohiems, Getting Winter Tans, "Your Car, Again?," Lerner's, Ms. Eaglenose, a couple of MOVIES and some generously added love. WE MIXED VERY WELL ANNIE ROON1E. TIME TO PUT US IN A PRE HEATED OVEN CHECK THE SLATS FIRST-AND COOK FOREVER. WAITING IN THE AISLES IN A WANTON AND LUSTFUL MANNER IS SOMEONE WHO STILL RESPECTS YOU. IF YOU CANT FIND HIM I'LL STILL BE HERE . . . WITH LOVE. THE REVEREND BILLY BOB. Doonslbur POLITICAL TRANS PLANT TECHNOLOGY REALLY REPRE SENTS A BREAK THROUGH. 1-18 J loom County I imnK. THE Daily ACROSS 1 ilotor coach 4 tftomy 8 Turk, city 13 Brother Jona than: sbbr. 14 Bay window 18 Ukamost atraata 17 U-boat 19 adozan (chaap) 29 Fort una- tailing card 21 Singing John 23 Schaduiad 25 Slandarartd tapering 23 Laam 23 Bumaiowly 32 Hard to find 25 Trap 37 Pro (fol lowing rules) 33 Love Lat. style 33 Decree 42 Fasten 43 Columbus' starting point 45 Animal foot 43 Glide 47 Mliler'e "After" minute later. The game was a landmark in his career. No longer will he be regarded merely as an awkward curi osity, the big man who is so often hurt and in street clothes on the UNC sidelines. He played a prominent role in UNC's nearly successful comeback against SMU, and followed that with career highs of 16 points and six blocked shots against State. State coach Jim Valvano admitted that MartinX inside play affected his team. "We started playing a little tentatively," Valvano said. According to teammate Kenny Smith, Martin's rapid improvement shows no signs of stopping. "At the beginning of the year, Warren was dominating the game for about five minutes every night. Now he's domi nating about 15 minutes. By the end of the year, hell be dominating the whole game." Maybe Smith's prediction is a little exaggerated, but Martin has improved in all phases of the game this year. He found Daugherty three times with crisp passes that resulted in easy buckets in the first half and was the Tar Heels' assists leader at halftime. His rebound ing was more aggressive, and he even made a valiant attempt in the first half to draw a charge. Unfortunately, Martin instead was A big Ya Ya Personal hiGene to the Canadian Connection, alias the UN srown-apa-we're maturity freel Never had it, never will! Never want it, never will! Big PREASH for the bis personal it took mp enoash space! - It almoat give ate a permanent mUey face. I try aad try, Bat set gloomy aad cry Becaaee I atiil can't find nay beloved kaww brace! Two weka have passed and the time is right For the REAL TEAM B ers to reaaite. we've received some mail From the Lake Placid jail Don't sve ap the flas withoat a fight! There's only oac thins to do find a bar aad set PINKl Then drive oar LUV Cars to Daaiel Boone ice skating rink To see each others' pictares And rip down some light fixtures, Bat watch it ... I jast might steal YOUR drink! 11 Paid for by the SPCP(the Society for the Preveataoa of Craelty to Praaes). Accept no imitations! Shun the music industry's mind controllers and get that MTV monkey off your back! WXYC's sixties dance Friday. Jan. 25. Sharon, Well kid, you're finally legal! It's about time, I was getting worried there for a while. Just want to say HAPPY BIRTHDAY and thanks for being some hell of a friend!. Love ya, Kim. m last mem GerHARp- HEAPWN5S5 WITHOUT HARP- HEAR1WHBS5 IH700UR.POUUC5. IT'S A RPUPIAWN0FTH5 f S "I f r- tax ,i r I AM. Crossword by Stanley B. Whlttan 01885 Tribune Media Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved 59 Klcker'egrp. 52 Preface 54 Cubic meters 53 Race track 61 Century plant 62 Hawaiian veranda 63 Sentimental Journalist 68 Oak nut 67 A John 63 Unit of work 63 Pretty woman 79 Ciothea 71 Tint DOWN 1 Arrests 2 Normal 3 Native-born Israeli 4 Beard 5 Make a mistake 6 52 in Rhaetia 7 Inciines 8 " star crossed lovers" 9 Arachnid 19 Rara 11 Captain of fiction 12 Arabian gulf 15 Moves quickly 18 Nacre 22 Energy 24 Jutlander 27 Crimaon or claret 29 Cart 30 Arab chieftain 31 Breathing sound 32 Entranced 33 Oriental nanny 34 Function 36 Point 49 Container 41 "the night before..." 44 Pilchard 48 Base 49 Building contract 51 Blots 53 ' Kentucky Home" 55 Estimated 58 so often 57 Suit material 58 Thick piece 59 Unit of length 69 Organic compound 64 Unit of heat: abbr. 65 Turf RICH H. Who knows where well go from here... But feel sure, it matters.-J.S. Attention Trent K: Can you even believe it? After five years someone is finally sending you a personal! Have a great day! Love ya! Gina. Cousin Beverly, don't let mother get to you. She's always this way after a month at the Stud Farm. She'll get over it, she always does. Cousin Butch. Christy Pas is havng a birthday today! Give her a hug and a kiss! Tell her Angela sent you. Cindy Happy 20th! You can no longer be a teenage statistic! Are you ready for the big semester? I really think you need (to read) Number 44, The Mysterious Stranger! It's about time to start relaxing don't you think? No more imitations, go for the real thing . . . Who will it be JH or TD with the HO? Take care of 'the trees' you know the birthday tradition. Your partner in crime, Robin. HB-Happy 21st! This means 21 BC's, 21 BYN's and 21 FBLR's. Oh, Yeah! I bve you, kidde. The best is yet to come. LB. B-I'll always love you! A YES . . . TAKE ME! "Only you can cool my desire I'm on fire". A night of "Dancing in the Dark" will surely heal your heartbreak. Sheri, 933-5160. B Here's to Bruce Saturday night, U2 This spring, "Danny doesn't need a haircut," Z man, "there's U2-shirt man," HBDAY! Love The Groupie. A MILLION SMACKS JUSTTD CREATE OtlBRBWOLW C0NC5RNBP CIT1Z5N STRIKES ME AS 5LI6HTLY INSANE. I THINK 7HRF0R I AMAUBAUVe MTHUFB, sweer consciousness .. anp ttmomi soul" 1 2 3 T p 6 p r " "Ti p pa 11 12 13 """ """" 14 """" 'TsT i til"" """"" " """ 17 " " "ia"" "" """" """" """" """" is """" " """ " . ... . j. ,2- ir ir! ir" - " 1 " innannBui nan a BBaBBBBl naaaai Usi. sf-nH.i. 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"It's my best game, at least statistically, although appearances can sometimes be deceiv ing. If I can't find something wrong with how I played, I'm sure Coach Smith will." Such down-to-earth answers charac terize Martin. When asked what he personally remembered most about the game, he smiled. "Kenny's dunk. It was really beautiful." Whether Martin will continue to be such an intimidating factor on defense remains to be seen. Dean Smith was pleased along with everyone else about Martin's performance Wednesday, but reminded the media that Martin hadnt enjoyed the same shot-blocking success against Jon Koncak of SMU. "Warren's shot-blocking was excep tional," Smith said. "I was planning on him doing that against Koncak. Sam (Perkins) says I can't shoot over Warren and I don't think Koncak can.' " Smith paused. "Koncak can." TENT Am I in pain? Perhaps I ought to be after three months of craziness including tree liberating, pouting, study mode, "drive stick," ulterior motives, asking direct questions, The Wall and Quadrophenia, freezing at 5am for basketball tickets (no socks, of course!). International Sign of the Pig, being discrete, breaking down walls, pizza till you "besplode," GPA's, "Be Nice," and other bits of progress. Here's to more of the same and better with love from someone who doesn't really mind not having a name. TYA (a.k.a. Fang)! Happy birthday! (i'm late, as asaal.) We'll have a surprise party next Tharsday. Bat can anything top that night Ions ago? Test yoar memory: the Dads. Atiila by the speakers. PI-KAPI (poke). Let's so to the Faaeral Hahme. Excase me, sir, if I don't have enough money, will YOU bay Tay a chicken biscait? We are NOT Tri-Delte! St. Mary's, St. Mary's. Yoa can't have a chick-fii-a this is Time Oat! Look at that fat policcmaat If yoa drive home aad die, 111 be farioas. Theresa, THAT'S aot yoar cab! MAN, that's a bis roachl Hey, JOSH! Straaser haasser! Uh, Tay, do yoa know him? Where's the bathroom? OH! He's wearing a MASK! They hate as here! No liqnor-by-the-drjnk at Hardee's.. .The Three Ts mast ride again! Happy dayl Lots of love from Tia. Happy birthday KENDKAT.I We love yoa and we are glad to have yoa as a friead. don't drink too mach champasne todayl GENS- Y0UJUST STAR! FROM SCRATCH? SPLICING. BUT YOU HAVE TO UIAIT 18YEARS 4 TO FIND OUT HOW THEY'LL VOTE. C Yesterday's Puzzle Solved: , t I A I N 1 0 IN f TRIAIPII IDf ll ITIEIM NICE ALONE N.O.S.E. I E X I T I E IN I S I 0 NS iP.UN.T LEE JO P A Li TIP U P EIS" etsTtTa f e s itTrTu tjh . ; ,j1TeToT h a tts jd o e S.A E. Sj ill. L.1TT H..0 H. S I.X. IX R. 0. R JLW E.S. XlJLS0JtE.0.Nt ip ense aIll Ik h a nT ;sTo d; ; K & A.TI flTT n s eTeId GAGM A n. Ia jlr.II JLSLH Aili ULJLN. v E.R 110. ri HAN tE.All.i TL1S.1 hIoIlIdi JoiRii Ieisi ItieIeis" 118E5

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