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BLACK MEN AND BLACK WOMEN
$45 will be paid to healthy aoa
saiokers, age 18-35 who coasplete an
EPA breathing stady oa UNC cam
pas. Please call 966-1253 Monday
Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
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. H you wish
to represent UNC, here is your chance to
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!!
CoDese Life is Back! One nisht only!
Monday, January 28th Kappa Delta
House. The Loreleis, The Jeff Milii
aa Players, Fleet, Steve speakias oa
excellence. AO are welcome.
UNC Dungeons and Dragons will be having
a tournament on Saturday, January 26th
during Chimeracon. Sigh up at the table in
the Pit Thursday and Friday.
SPRING BREAK! Ft. Lauderdale join thou
sands of college students at the wildest beach
party of the year. As little as $109 week! Call
968-8088 or 942-5406.
MORE INFO AT THE UNION DESK
ABOUT CLASSES in aerobics, dancercize,
tai-chi, yoga, clogging, knitting, weaving,
Jan 28-31; classes begin the week of Feb.
REGISTER NOW FOR '85
SPRING RAINBOW SOCCER.
Office at 500 W. Rosemary opens
Monday, Jan. 14, Noon to 6pm.
FIELD REGISTRATION is Sats.,
Feh 9- and 16,- lOam-Noou-a the
Rainbow Soccer Stadium off Cle-..
laud Kd And I S-TStt 1 . TEAMS"
ANNOUNCED Sat., Feb. 23,
10:30-Noon at the R.S. Stadium.
PRACTICE BEGINS, Mou and
Tues, Feb 25 and 26. RAINBOW
SOCCER is a recreational soccer
program focused on skiQ and fun,
open to players of any age, sex
or skin. FIELDS MADE POSSI
BLE BY GLEN LENNOX INVEST
FRIDAY'S WRESTLING MATCH
AGAINST NORTHWESTERN IS GREEK
NIGHT. The FraternitySorority with the
most representatives present wins $100.
Match begins at 7:00. Free admission with
I.D. Winner announced after heavyweight
CAROLINA STATE WRESTLING
MATCH: Saturday at 7:30 in Carmichael.
Come see the Heels pin the Wolfpack. Free
admission with I.D.
The Women's Field Hockey Club
is holding its Spring organiza
tional Meeting Tuesday, Jan. 29,
at 3:15pm in the Union. Call
Barbie (929-2116) or Renee (933
7388) for details.
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
20 off every 14k gold
and sterling silver chain
tU Feb. 14
128 E. Franklin St. 967-GOLD
Right behind Subway
Sub Shop Downtown
2 $25 2nd Prizes
Write a short piece
concerning UNC or
Entries due Feb. 15 at
Campus Y. Photos,
poems welcome. Get
published! All for
Term papers, essays, dissertations done
accurately and rapidly on a word processor.
Rush jobs welcome. Call Doug at 962-2307
of after hours at 929 2270.
Professional typing on word proces
sor: disscrtatioM, these, papers,
etc. $ 1 .00 per page 50C per copy. Call
942-432 1 after 6:08pm.
E.J. & Company is already reserving dates
for Valentines parties. Book your party now.
4 hours at jam for only $140. Call Andy
Pittman at 967-8871.
lost and found
LOST: A gold ring with a single ruby
surrounded by six small diamonds. If found
please call 933-7755.
LOST: Blac bookpack from DTH
office on Wednesday. REWARD. Call
LOST: UNC Cheerleader ae9
aphone. If found please call 97-7599.
LOST! Gold watch with sqaare
Mae face. Lots of seatimeatal
value. If foaad please call 968
8599 and ask for Beth. Reward
Reward for retara of oar precioas
kittea "Troubadour" lost Janu
ary 12 Estes Park area. Sleek
black, one white eye brow, five
uiontus old. Please call 967-9505
if seea. Lisa or Andrea and keep
LOST DOG Male English Setter
nix mostly white with black ears
and spots, wearing an orange
reflector collar. He answers to
the name Henry. Please call 962
1163 or 933-8782 if yoa have seea
him. Ask for Paula.
FOUND: Men's digital watch. Found near
gym. Call to identify. 929-7808.
LOST: One add-a-bead necklace between
Cobb Dorm and Hanes Hall. A 30-inch chain
with 31 beads. If found, call 933
LOST EXXON CREDIT CARD Mon
day morning between Carolina laa
parking lot and VenaUe or Venable
to Undergrad Library. REWARD!!!
Please call Zach 968-8079.
LOST: Red plaid wool scarf vie. Franklin and
Columbia. Please call 543-4514 before 5:00pm
or 942-8943 after 5:00pm.
GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR STU
DENTS. Chapel Hill's oldest and
most successful mobile sound show
is for sale. Low investment-good
return. Call Andy Pittman for more
PUT YOUR SPARE TIME TO GOOD
USE participating in EPA research on
the UNC campus. Earn at least $5
boar. Help the environment and get
a "free physical. Wanted: healthy;
noursmokius males, ns 18-35., Call. . ;
966-1253 Mou-Fri 8am-5pm.
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 Bldg.,
UNC-CH for applications 962-1281. Deadline
Feb. 1, 1985.
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.
In a second similar study, sons of
alcoholics are needed as 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.
WANTED: Normal Volunteers for medical
clinical research projects (drugs and medical
devices). Must be 18 years of age and in good
health. MalesFemales. Fees and compensa
tion paid to applicants accepted for projects.
Student Painters needs hard-working respon
sible students for full or part-time jobs. Start
at $5.00 hour-flexible hours. Call 929-8311 for
EXCLUSIVE LADIES APPAREL STORE
desires part time sales personnel. Experience
preferred. Apply in person at Tweed and
Tartan, University Mall.
SUMMER POSITIONS; Program Director,
Waterfront Directors, Activity Director,'
Head Counselors, Cabin Counselors and
Activity Leaders for YMCA co-ed camp.
Camp Kanata, Route 3 Box 192, Wake
Forest, NC 27587. (919)556-2661.
COUNSELORS, Over 19 who like to have
fun and make fun at unique overnight boys'
summer camp in Penna. Able to instruct
either one of following: Watersafety, water
skiing, boating, soccer, basketball, arts and
crafts, rockclimbing, riflery, ham radio,
rocketry, science, archery, track, tennis, golf,
photography, pioneering, or general athletics.
Write Camp Director, 138 Red Rambler
Drive, Lafayette Hill, Pa. 19444.
COUNSELORS for western North Carolina
co-ed 8 week summer camp. Room, meals,
laundry, salary, travel allowance, and possible
college credit. Expereince not necessary, but
must enjoy working with children. Only non
smoking college students need apply. For
applicationbrochure write: Camp Pmewood,
19006 Bob-O-Link Drive, Miami, Florida
The UNC Fantasy &
Science Fiction Club
Chimera Con II
Jan 26 10:30 am
Jan 27 11:30 am
in the Carolina Union
Featuring: writers, art,
videos, trivia and more.
$2.50 a day
Ivey's needs some tem
porary help for our
spring inventory. Work
up to 20 hrs. in Feb.
including a paid train
ing class and the night
of Feb. 26th. Other
hours flexible. Apply in
person at Ivey's at Uni
versity Mall. An Equal
f! n o
PIZZA HUT 109 South Estes Drive
we are now accepting applications for
waitresses, waiters and cooks full and
parttime. All shifts available. Apply in
person between 2 5pm Mon-Fri. No
phone calls please.
PIZZA HUT 1 10 West Franklin St.- we
are now accepting applications for
waitresses, waiters and cooks full and
parttime. All shifts available. Apply in
person between 2-5pm Mon-Fri. No
phone calls please.
Parttime Typists Needed. Persons needed to
type mailing labels and information collected
on paper forms by National Study. $5.00
FOR SALE: Yamaha A560 55 watt stereo
amplifier, $150. Yamaha NS50T Speakers,
$2S0pair. Call Steve at 962-3992 after 8pm
for a great deal.
1974 Pontiac Lemans, good stereo and tires.
Runs weD-$750 or best offer. Call Bill Mowat,
549-8421 ext. 2031 days or 967-2084 evenings.
FOR SALE Technics SA-5770 reciever, 185
watts $300 and Techniques 631 cassette deck
with Dolby $150 both for $400. Can Jeff at
Sheepskin Seatcovers for most imports
and domestic cars, trucks, vans. Highest
quality imported directly form New
Zealand at guaranteed lowest prices in
U.S. Call 942-7020.
Store-bought LOFT for sale. Assembles 3
ways, easy directions, all hardware included.
$125. Call Cynthia or Laura, 933-8953. 968
1016. North Campus Contract in RUFFIN for sale!
2nd floor (near kitchen). Available imme
diately. Discount price! Call Cynthia or
Laura. 933-8953 or 968-1016.
FOR SALE: FG 330 Yamaha Acoustic Guitar
and case. Very good condition. $200. Call
933-3469 after 3:00pm.
FOR SALE: Panasonic 3-in-l stereo with AM
' FM. cassette, turntable and speakers. $125.
ir black and white Gold Star TV. $35. Call
FOR SALE: 2 used city bikes. 1 10-speed
$65; 1 3-speed $35 negotiable. Call evenings
at 929 2891.
Stop paying so much for furniture rentals!
I have for you a bedroom set, including twin
bed, study desk with chair, and dresser and
bedside stand, all for $300. If you're interested
in individual pieces, still give me a call at 929
FURNITURE FOR SALE: I'm moving to
Boston, so must sell as soon as possible: La-z-boy
style rocking chair with magazine
pouch, $100; dinette table (expandable) with
four chairs, $125. Both in excellent condition.
Please call 929-1099.
Granville West Contract for sale, great deal:
Pool, weight room, maid service. Call Paul
4-5pm wekdays 933-2562.
FOR SALE: small dorm size Sanyo refrig
erator great condition. $75 call 933-3370.
FOR SALE: Criterion stereo speakers. They
are three-way and seem to play O.K. $75 for
the pair. Call Stephanie 967-6237.
FOR SALE: Harmon Kardon 330C receiver.
Good condition. $150. Cafi Stephanie at 967
6237. FOR SALE: Pioneer three-way speakers.
Good condition. $100 pair. Call Stephanie at
GIRLS! NORTH CAMPUS CONTRACT
FOR SALE! Located in Mclver dorm, a warm
and convenient place to live. Location is
across the street from campus and one-half
' a block from Franklin Street. Call 942-2280.
35mm SLR Camera outfit-Pentax Spotmatic
DA with 50mm f1.4 lens, 135mm f2.8 lens,
Vivitar 3500 flash. $250. Call Joe Bergeron
FOR SALE: Murray 12 speed bike. Ridden
no more than one dozen times. Excellent
condition (maybe the tires need air). Call
Mark, 933-4565 or stop by 452 James. $125.
FOR SALE: North campus contract. Alder
man Dorm. Call Elizabeth 933-6086.
FOR SALE: NAD 7150 receiver. 50 watts,
Schitz Digital Tuner, 1 year old. Excellent
condition. Must sell. $325. Call Andy at 933
We need omm female roommate to
share 2 bedroom Foxcroft Apart
ment. rent mad tQitiea. Call
Need J MALE ROOMMATE for Kensington
Trace. $175 plus ', utilities. FREE shuttle to
campus fully furnished Cable. Jammin
Roomies call Jim at 929-9493.
TOO FAR FROM CAMPUS? TIRED
OF DORMS? Have your own room,
quiet roommates. Immediate occupancy
for non-smoking female roommate.
$103.33 plus 13 utilities per month. Call
Three non-smoking male roommates needed
for bt and new furnished condo one mile from
campus. $155 plus V, utilities per month. Call
ROOMMATE WANTED! Your own unfur
nished room in University Garden Apts. Near
to campus. Rent: $100 plus 13 utilities. Easy
going roommates! Call 929-6303.
Estes Park Apt. One bedroom, unfurnished,
free until second week in February. Move
in now. Call evenings 942-4924.
NEED ONE FEMALE ROOMMATE for
brand new Chancellor's Square Condo. Walk
to campus and downtown. Fully furnished.
Washer and dryer. Microwave. Call 968-8697.
We buy and sell literature, history,
jazz, blues, classical, oldies, rock,
comics, pulps, and big little books.
BOOKS DO FURNISH
683-3244. 215 N. Gregson
Durham near Brightteaf -11-8
M-F11-7 Sat1 1-8 Sun
Sick of hearing about
elections for student
Well, time for more.
Candidates for Student
Body President will be
questioned by a panel
in the first
FACE THE CAMPUS
Come Sunday, Jan. 27,
7 p.m. in Great Hall.
A reception will follow.
DESPERATELY NEEDED: Male under
grad, non-smoker, to share 2 -bedroom
apartment. $125 month plus 13 utilities.
Great apartment, great location, room
mates not too bad either. Call Andy 968
8574. FEMALE ROOMMATED NEEDED to share
furnished 1 bedroom Northampton Plaza
Apt. 10 minute walk from campus. Utilities
included $170month. Call Pam at 942-0593.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED. University
Gardens. 2-bedroom very roomy. $113
month plus utilities. N-buslme. Call 967-8401.
ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR SEMESTER.
Male, L-l Royal Park Apts. fully furnished,
would have own room, bed. $165 a month
plus utilities and phone. 942-1271.
Female Roommate needed to share 3
bedroom Carolina Apt. share 13 utilities and
rent available March 1st. Call Libby or Alicia
IH carry your payload west. Driving pickup
with shell to Albuquerque. Leaving around
February 5th. Call Brian evenings 968-4548,
HELP! Ride needed to ECU or nearby for
this weekend. Will pay driving expenses and
then some. Call Patty at 933-6205 and please
PARKING SPACES FOR RENT. Close to
campus.. Call Joseph at 942-4058.
1 Bedroom Cottage on secluded farm 5 miles
east of campus (Durham County) available
Feb. 1st. $250 plus utilities. Pasture available
for horse. 1 544-4944.
ASHLEY FOREST: Two bedroom unfur
nished apts now leasing. All appliances,
separate baths, washerdryer hook-ups,
conviently located on Airport Rd. Short term
leasese available. On site rental office open
daily 10 2pm or call Allenton Realtors 967
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. 704-586-4329.
A FREE Lox and bagel brunch will be
held on Sunday, January 27th at 1 1 :00am
at HilleL The brunch is sponsored by
American Zionist Youth Foundation
who will present Israel Programs display
If you are interested in studying, working
or living in Israel. You won't want to miss
this opportunity to gather information
Hillel is located at 210 West Cameron
Shabbat Services and dinner will be held
Friday, January 25th at Hillel. Services
will begin at 6:30pm, followed by dinner
at 7:30. Cost is $3.00 non-members,
$2.00 members. RSVP please by Friday
noon. Hillel is located at 210 West
Cameron Ave. 942-4057.
FLEET: I can't wait to see you Monday night
and hear Steve speak on excellence. College
life is going to be incredible! January 28th,
8:00 Kappa Delta House.
FLEET. ..The next David Letterman? College
life Monday January 28th, 8:00 Kappa Delta
SPRING BREAK EXCITEMENT Join us in
Killington Vermont for a week of skiing and
partying. 5 days lodging and lift tickets from
$177. CaB Coleman 933-0998 or Bill 942-2586
A COUPLE HOURS A WEEK could
meu you greatest edacatioaa expe
rience im college. Many positions bow
open with Special Olympics, Hotline
and other non-profit organizations.
Find omt more at the Campas Y'a
Interested in a sorority that offers more
opportunities, closer friendships, and more
diversity? Delta Phi Epsilon will hold Spring
Rush Parties on January 28 and 30 at 7pm
in the Union. For information or rides call
PEEBUS, Just wanted you to know that I'm
behind you all the way. That's where the
action is! Good luck on your interviews!
Phil B. Happy, Happy 21! Thanks so much
for filling the gaps, and being so special. Can't
wait for all the good times ahead! Love,
LYNN: Here's to December 1st dips
in the Bolinwood pool, kidnapping,
Saadaya in Forest Theater, cham
pagne branches in the park, views
from the castle, Mr. Babble in the
jaenzi and stadying Aathro 41.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Eye heart very
WXYC's 60s DANCE IS HERE! Tonight at
8:00 with non-stop music and dancing.
Costume and dance contest with nostalgia
like you wouldn't believe. Peace.
BIG DOG! HAPPY BIRTHDAY SUNDAY.
I hope you hurt as much as you want-but
stay away from the showers. Go crazy and
label something this weekend, Michelle!
Happy 22nd. Love, Your Roomie.
3 Plays in Rep
by Caryl Churchill
OPENS FEB. 1
by William Shakespeare .
. . ' PREV: FEB. 2 (8 PM)
OPENS: FEB. 3 (7 PM)
Curse of the
by Sam Shepard
OPENS FEB. 7
Paul Green PlayFest contains
Theatre strong language
j ana nudity
FRESHLY BAKED COOKIES
Buy 3 cookies
get one free!
112 W. Franklin Stiset
Cantata No. 54 features another
musical rarity, a countertenor. This
unusual voice part, a male alto, will be
sung by Steven Rickards of the Bach
The concert's finale will be the
famous Concerto in D minor for two
violins, strings and continue This work,
with its outstandingly balanced violin
parts, is the first Bach concerto studied
by Suzuki violin students and is a
popular contrapuntal showpiece for
Another aspect of Bach's musical
legacy, his organ works, will be
a Feb. 10 performance
member Rudolph Kremer, who will
play the Clavierubungy Part 3, at
University Presbyterian Church.
The work is a series of chorale
preludes based on hymns central to the
Lutheran mass. "This piece is one of
Bach's heaviest and most sophisti
cated," Kremer said. "He was a giant
figure in organ music. No one can equal
him in quantity or quality."
Kremer will not perform on an
antique instrument. However, this
organ, "the best in the Chapel Hill area,"
incorporates mechanical action similar
to that of the baroque organ. Compared
to electronic action, this tracker action
allows for some additional sensitivity on
the "least sensitive of all instruments."
Various other events celebrating
Bach's anniversary will be held in the
Excitement over this most famous of
composers is understandable. He has
influenced nearly every classical com
poser, and his music has been updated
to become enjoyable to every generation
HAPPY BIRTHDAY RENEE! I couldn't have
asked for a better roommate or a nicer friend.
Have a great one! Love ya, Lisa.
CAMILLE HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Ain't it
great! What with strobe lights, star trek, my
many loves (Ha!), and our neighbors' lovely
stereo! But you're becoming human-you get
cold, tired, and look at men! From you
Emmy, The end of Zeta Week is nearing,
but your sisterhood is just beginning. For
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14 Where Minos
16 Kind of fee
17 Minsk money
18 Family group
19 Old Sp. coin
20 Loose robe
21 "Mash" name
27 15th of March
33 Ukraine city
38 Small three
33 Ben Adhem
41 Pounce upon
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since its emergence from obscurity in
1829. Felix Mendelssohn led the move
ment to resurrect the work of a German
considered old-fashioned even in his
own time. The piece Mendelssohn used
to present Bach to the world was the
St. Matthew Passion.
Much of Bach's work was in sacred
music. To him, the aim of music was
"the glory of God and the recreation
of the mind." His career consisted of
positions at various schools, churches
and courts of minor nobility.
Being orphaned as a child, fathering
20 children and losing his sight did not
hinder his production of music. In sheer
quantity, his output is remarkable.
"He was a master of every musical
form of his time and even created some
new ones," said Richard Luby, artistic
coordinator of the Society for Perfor
North Carolina 74, Clemson 71
Janet Knight 8-20 2-2 18, Sandy Bishop 7-15 2-4 16. Peggy
Caple 5-14 3-3 13, Melinda Ashworth 5-10 0-0 10, Susan
Fehling 2-2 0-1 4. Lynette Bentley 3-6 0-0 6, Renee Williams
1-1 0-0 2, Cheryl Nix 1-3 0-0 2.
Totals 32-71 7-10 71.
NORTH CAROLINA (74)
Tia Poindexter 3-8 2-3 8, Kathy Wilson 3-110-0 6. Dawn
Royster 6-15 3-5 18. Pam Hammond 3-8 2-2 8, Pam Leake
10-20 5-6 25, Marlene List 6-10 0-0 12. Darlene Cannon 0-10-00.
Totals 31-73 12-16 74.
Halftime: Clemson 39-30
Records: UNC 1 1-7 overall, 6-2 ACC: Clemson 9-7. 3-5.
Forever. I'm so glad all this brought us
together-it must have been fate. Remember
Tuna, Cooch, Woolly, - Myrtle, Purple,
Athletes, Kingswood, Foxcroft, Paradise
(Eden), Troll's, Purdy's, hotdogs and bana-
nas...Get ready for more special times. Love
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SUSAN! Now it's
yonr tarn! Here's to the good times
yet to come! We all love yoi
eapecially yoar roommate! Happy
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44 Org. with
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54 Pulls down
55 Chick pea
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY BARB: The
world became a better place twenty
years ago- my world became brighter
when i met you. Garfield may be
sarcastic but he knows what he likes.
He loves you, happy birthday. Love
SPARKY We just wanted to say HAPPY
BIRTHDAY, and here's to all the good times
ahead! We wish you'd stay and celebrate with
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mance on Original Instruments. "He
was incredibly consistent. His ability to
write counterpoint and music of great
emotional power is legendary."
Like many geniuses, Bach was an
eccentric character. He thought little of
walking 200 miles to hear Buxtehude,
a great organist of the day. Though
Bach had a four-week leave from his
job, he was so entranced by the organist
that he stayed four months. Bach often
annoyed his employers by writing hymn
harmonies too complex for congrega
tions to sing and by street fighting with
a bassoonist he had insulted.
Though he was better known in his
lifetime as the father of several musically
talented sons, today Bach is a corner
stone of Western music. His brilliance
has survived three centuries, and in all
likelihood, it will endure for many more.
North Carolina 14, N.C. State 6
North Carolina 9, N.C. State I
North Carolina (B) 9. N.C State (B) I
WRESTLING vs. Northwestern, Carmichael Auditorium, 7:30
WOMENS SWIMMING vs. Tennessee. Bowman-Gray Pool,
GYMNASTICS at N.C. State. Raleigh, 7:30 p.m.
WRESTLING vs. N.C State, Carmichael Auditorium, 7:30
MEN'S BASKETBALL vs. Georgia Tech, Carmichael
Auditorium, 2:30 p.m.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL vs. Georgia Tech, Carmichael
Auditorium. 7 p.m.
MENS AND WOMEN'S SWIMMING at Virginia.
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