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Classified Info Retain ad and check or money order to the DTH office by boob the baMaeM day before yoar ad is to ran. Ada mast be prepaid. Rates: 25 words or less Stadents, Stadeat Orgaaiza tions and Individuals: 1 day: $2. CD 2 days: $3.25 3 days: $4.00 4 days: $4.75 5 days: $5.00 Basiaessea: $4.00 per day SC for each additional word $1.00 for boxed ad or bold type Free ads: FOUND ads will ran five days FREE. FOR SALE ads will be ran FREE for stadents, stadeat organizations, and individuals for items less than $500. Price mast .be stipulated in the ad. Free ads mast be marked aa sach or any monies collected will not be refunded. No coapoa is necessary. Please notify the DTH office immediately if there are mis takes in yoar ad. We will be responsible for only the first ad announcements BLACK MEN AND BLACK WOMEN $45 will be paid to healthy -smokers, as 18-35 who complete aa EPA breathing atady oa UNC cam pas. Please call 966-1253 Moaday Frieay S a.m.-5 p.m. Campus Y Executive Committee election wiB 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 night only! Monday, Jaaaary 28th Kappa Delta Honse. The LoreleU, The Jeff MtfJi gan Players, Fleet, Steve speaking on excellence. AO are welcome. SPRING BREAK! Ft. Lauderdale join thou sands of college students at the wildest beach party of the year. As little as $109week! Call 968-8088 or 942-5406. MORE INFO AT THE UNION DESK ABOUT CLASSES in aerobics, dancercize, tai-chi, yoga, clogging, knitting, weaving, psychicspiritual development -registration Jan 28-31; classes begin the week of Feb. 4th. RAINBOW SOCCER PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT REGISTER NOW FOR '85 SPRING RAINBOW SOCCER. Office at 500 W. Rosemary opens Monday, Jan. 14, Noon to 6pm. FIELD REGISTRATION is Sato., Feb 9 and 16, lOam-Nooa at the Rainbow Soccer Stadium off Cle laad Rd and 15-501. TEAMS ANNOUNCED Sat., Feb. 23. 10:30-Noon at the R.S. Stadmm. PRACTICE BEGINS, Mo and Taea, Feb 25 and 26. RAINBOW SOCCER is a recreational soccer program foensed on skill and fan, open to players of any age, sex or skiH. FIELDS MADE POSSI BLE BY GLEN LENNOX INVEST MENT GROUP. The Women's Field Hockey Clab is holding its Spring organizational Meeting Tnesday, Jan. 29, at 3:15pm in the Union. Call Barbie (929-2116) or Renee (933-7388) for detail. WOMEN'S PUBLISHING COOP seeking new members. We publish non-sexist, multiracial children's books. Previous expe rience not necessary. Interested women call Kathy at Lollipop Power 929-4857. LEARN FRENCH IN FRANCE. The inten sive or semi-intensive way in the most picturesque regions of France (Normandy and French Riviera). For details, meet the Program's director: phone 929-5504 evenings. SPRING BREAK'85 in Ft. Laad erdale or The BAHAMAS. Only a few rooms left at Great Prices! I Call Sammit Toars today: 933 1803 'Last week to sign-npl MANDATORY MEAL PLAN? Subway Vig ilantes? The Carolina Libertarian Society works for your freedom. Join with us, Thursday, 131 7:30pm, room 211 Carolina Union. services 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)895. 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. The Gold Connection's Valentine's Day "Heart to Heart Sale" 20 off every 14k gold and sterling silver chain 'til Feb. 14 128 E. Franklin St. 967-GOLD Right behind Subway Sub Shop Downtown PtayFest '85 3 Plays in Rep Cloud 9 by Caryl Churchill OPENS FEB. 1 Measure For Measure by William Shakespeare PREV: FEB. 2 (8 PM) OPENS: FEB. 3 (7 PM) Curse of the Starving Class by Sam Shepard OPENS FEB. 7 Paul Green Theatre PlayFest contains strong language EL M nuuuy ana nudity 1 (Ulj? lathi ABORTION TO 20 WEEKS. Private and confidential GYN facility with Saturday and weekday appointments available. Pain med ication given. Free pregnancy tests. 942-0824. TYPING 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. Prof tonal typing nn word proces sor: ntsenrtatlone, Ineeee, papers, etc. $1.09 per page MC per copy. CaB 942-4321 after fceOpm. E.J. & Company is already reserving dates for Valentines parties. Book your party now. 4 hours at jam for only $140. CaB Andy Pittman at 967-8871. PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Free pregnancy testing and counseling. Call Pregnancy Support Services at 942-7318. AS services are confidential. lost and found Reward for retnrn of onr precione kitten Troabndour" lost Jann ry 12 Eetce Park are. Sleek block, one white y brow, five nsontne oU. Pteaoe cofl 97-9305 if en. Lisa or Andrea mad keep trying. LOST DOG Male Ensfish Setter mix mostly white with Mack earn and spots, woarian an orange reflector coBar. Ho anewere to the name Henry. Flease ca3 962 1163 or 933-8782 if yon have seen kink Ask for Panla. FOUND: Men's digital watch. Found near gym. CaB to identify. 929-7808. LOST EXXON CREDIT CAD Mon day snoming between Carolina Inn parking lot and Vonable or V enable to Undergrad Library. KEWAXDHI Please call Zach 968-S979. LOST: Health Ed 85 Text Human Sexuality, at Mr. Gatti's Wednesday night. Please contact John 929-3299 if you know about it. REWARD. LOST: Thursday in bars on Franklin Stree or Beta House- 14K Gold Bracelet-three rope chain linked together into one bracelet. REWARD!! Cail 933-1446. business opportunity GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR STU DENTS. Chapel HUl'e oldest and most snccessfal naobiio son is for sale. Low invostsm retnrn. CaB Andy Ptttntan for i details. 967-8371. help wanted PUT YOUR SPARE TIME TO GOOD USE participating in EPA research on the UNC caatpns. Earn at least $5 hoar. Help the environsnent and get n free physical. Wanted: healthy, non ens eking ma lea, ages 1S-35. CaR 966.1253 Moa-F 8aaa-5poa. 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. Confidentiality guaranteed. For informa tion write-Mr. J. LaDine 1124 F.L.O.B. 231 H, UNC-Chapel HA, 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. MaksFemales. Fees and compensa tion paid to applicants accepted for projects. CaH 919-682-6140. EXCLUSIVE LADIES APPAREL STORE desires part time sales personnel. Experience preferred. Apply in person at Tweed and Tartan, University Majl. 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 Pinewood, 19006 Bob O Link Drive, Miami, Florida 33015. BABYSITTERDRIVER NEEDED for 1V4 year old girl. Own transportation needed. Some light housework. References please. $4.00hour starting. CaB 933-8408. Graduating? Put your skills to work in the IP(BaHC(B C i' p Apply Now! Call: 966-3761 9424057 BULIMIA GROUP FOR STUDENTS Will focus on . Understanding the causo3 of the binge purge cycle Regaining control of eating behavior pn Tues. from 1:30-3:00 ! Call Student Mental i Health at 03-3553 for nformation End sign-up (Har IppI a r?a n r- r 1 mm .mm. 1 UUU(i9(9J RECEPTIONISTSTYPIST: 15-20 hrsweek through final exams and full-time through July 1985. Good typing skiBs. 55.04-J5.49 per hour, according to experience. Apply by February 1 in 102 Pea body hall from 2:00 5:00pm. PIZZA HUT 109 South Estes Drive we are now accepting applications for waitresses, waiters and cooks ful and parttime. AM shifts available. Apply in person between 2-5pm Mon-Fri. No phone caBs please. PIZZA HUT 1 10 West Franklin St.. we arc now accepting applications for waitresses, waiters and cooks full and part time. AB shifts available. Apply in person between 2-5pm Mon-Fri. No phone calls please. ' ParttlnM Typists Neeeen. Psr- sad to type maiUna lan- ! inf sensation coBecteel on rase by National Stony. fS.Mnneor. 92-3tt9SS4874. CRUISESHIPS HIRING. $ 16-530, 000! Cam bean, Hawaii, World. CaB for Guide, Direc tory. Newsletter. H916) 944-4444. AIRLINES HIRING. $14-$39.000! Stewar desses, reservationtst! Worldwide! Call lor Guide. Directory. Newsletter. 1(916)944 4444. Creative movement and physical education positions available now at Montessori Day School. CaB 929-3339 after 2:30 for additional information. for ssle Sheepskin Seatcovers for most imports and domestic cars, trucks, vans. Highest quality imported directly form New Zealand at guaranteed lowest prices in U.S. CaB 942-7020. GranviHe West Contract for sale, great deal: Pool, weight room, maid service. CaB 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. CaB Stephanie 967-6237. FOR SALE: HarmonKardon 330C receiver. Good condition. $150. CaB Stephanie at 967 6237. FOR SALE: Pioneer three-way speakers. . Good condition. $100pair. CaB Stephanie at 967-6237. 35mm SLR Camera outfk-Pentax Spotmatic I1A with 50mm f1.4 lens. 135mm f2.8 lens. Vrvitar 3500 flash. $250. CaB Joe Bergeron 962-1248 days. FOR SALE: Murray 12 speed bike. Ridden no more than one dozen times. Excellent condition (maybe the tires need air). CaB Mark, 933-4565 or stop by 452 James. $125. FOR SALE: NAD 7150 receiver. 50 watts. Schitz Digital Tuner, 1 year old. Excellent condition. Must seJL $325. CaB Andy at 933 3473. FOR SALE: North campus contract. Alder man Dorm. CaB Efizaabeth at 933-6086. FOR SALE 1981 Mazda RX7: Charcoal grey, black interior, 5-speed, stereo, air condition ing, sunroof. CaB 942-9328. roommates Wa need one fensale roommate to share 2 bedroom Foxcroft Apart ment. rent and ntilitie. Call 929-6093. Need 1 MALE ROOMMATE for Ken ington Trace. $175 plus utilities. FREE shuttle to campus fully furnished Cable. Jammin' Roomies call Jim at 929-9493. Three non-smoking male roommates needed for brand new furnished condo one mile from campus. $155 plus Y, utilities per month. Call 929-3777 today! ROOMMATE WANTED! Your own unfur nished room in University Garden Apts. Near to campus. Rent: $100 plus 13 utilities. Easy going roommates! CaB 929-6303. Estes Park Apt. One bedroom, unfurnished, free until second week in February. Move in now. CaB evenings 942-4924. NEED ONE FEMALE ROOMMATE for brand new Chancellor's Square Condo. Walk to campus and downtown. Fully furnished. Washer and drver. Microwave. Call 968-8697. Female Roommate needed to share 3 bedroom Carolina Apt. share 13 utilities and rent available March 1st. CaB Libby or Alicia 967-7201. FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED to share 2 bedroom University Gardens Apt. $167.50 plus Vt utilities. CaB 929-3660. We buy and sell literature, history, fazz, blues, classical, oldies, rock, comics, pulps, and big little books. BOOKS DO FURNISH A ROOM 683-3244, 215 N. Gregson Durham near BrighUeaf 1 1 -8 M-F 11 -7 Sat 1 1 -8 Sun FEELING STRESSED? A Coping With Stress group will meet on Mondays from 3:30-5:00 for 5 weeks starting on Feb. 11. Call Student Mental Health at 966-3658 for information and sign-up COUNSELOR POSITIONS at CAMP STARLIGHT for Cabin Leaders with talents and skills in all LAND SPORTS, TENNIS, WATERFRONT (WSI), SAILING, CANOEING, WATERS K I, ARTS c CRAFTS (CERAMICS), GYMNASTICS, MUSIC, DRAMATICS, PHOTOGRAPHY, for 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 967-1 053 for campus interview on Jan. 29 & 30th. irfenim(5 k4 VI mm , M J fed DESPERATELY NEEDED: Male under grad, non-smoker, to share 2-bedroom apartment. $125month plus 13 utilities. Great apartment, great location, room mates not too bad either. CaB Andy 968-8574. 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. for rent 1 Bedroom Cottage on secluded farm 5 miles east of campus (Durham County) available Feb. 1st. $250 phis utilities. Pasture available for horse. 1-544-4944. PARKING FOR RENT. Close to campus, well-lighted, safe. Limited spaces available. Call 929-1441 after 4:30pm. $25 monthly. IMMEDIATE NEED to sublet 2-bedroom Old Wefl Apartment. Please call 967-0516. personal JOHNNY T-SHIRT is having massive inven tory reduction sale through Jan. 31. Don't miss it. 967 5646. 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 House. SPRING BREAK EXCITEMENT Join us in Killington Vermont for a week of skiing and partying. 5 days lodging and lift tickets from $177. Call Coleman 9334)998 or Kll 942-2586 after 9:00pm. A COUPLE HOURS A WEEK cosM mean yonr greatest edncatiomj! exp tience in coBege. Mnny noeitione now onen with Special Olympics, Hotline and other non-profit organizations. Find ont eaore at the Cnntnne Ye VAC. 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 933-2180. SPARKY We just wanted to say HAPPY BIRTHDAY, and here's to aR the good times ahead! We wish you'd stay and celebrate with us-but well understand if you can't. Love, Melanie and the B-19 girls. Live on the edge. Come to Lambda Chi Alpha's Hawaiian Hell raiser and engage in some tropical heat! Friday 8pm at 229 E. FmnhKn St (across from the Planetarinm). Beverages pro vided, bring I.D. Pick your discount for a 10-50 off everything in the store. Large stock of long wool coats. Poor Richards. 929 5850. MIKE W.: Your 20th birthday is just another chance for me to thank you for all you've ; ione. You're; -the inspiration.: 1 . love: you -Sharon. Hey. Morrieon Snite 1023-1926! Heard a boat yonr contest the other night except I missed the name of the winner. Fill ne in gays, who has the 8 inches!!?? FEUZ CUMPLEANOS MICHELE B ! Lookout Chapel Hill, La Tuna Woman is 21 today! All she needs is her Esquimalo to keep her warm at night! Let's Flamenco! Love, your roomie, Madame X. TONIGHT DON'T MISS ITI Mnlti-media preeentation on rock mneic nnd aatanic influen ces (slides, masic, comments from the artists). 7:30pm Hamil ton 180. ISNT SHE LOVELY? Everybody say: Ann Tanks for the handshake and tanks for the laughs. Love, B. SWEETNESS For all the Future memories of an unforgettable Friendship. I love you "Mediterranean Eyes." MS UNC SKIERS The UNC Ski Club pre sents a Spring Break trip to Vail, CO. March 4-11 for $549. Includes: round trip airfare from Raleigh Durham & transfer to Vail. five day lift ticket seven nights lodging. tax & service included. Deposits of $1 50 must be had before Jan. 31 to guarantee price. Call Greg 968-8088: PINEVIEW CONFERENCE CENTER SPUING FOEMALS LUAUS PIG-PICIUNS PARENTS' WEEKEND MAKE Your MOVE To... PINEVIEW CONFERENCE CENTER Youll SEE The DIFFERENCE For Reservations Call 967-7166 ARE YOUR PARENTS DIVORCED OR -SEPARATED? 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 situation Call 966-3658 by Jan. 31 for information asketball needed a weapon with which to cool down Hale. "Hale was shooting the ball excel lently, and we decided to make a change," Cremins said of a move which placed Dalrymple on UNC's Kenny Smith. Price opened the game cold but then began popping from the perimeter and beyond to finish with 17 points. Tech was helped out by the play of a pair of unheralded freshmen, Duane Ferrell and Antoine Ford. Ferrell scored the Jackets first six points and finished with 1 1 points and five The Man From UNCIe n a ftEV COUOTIE.- s n 1)3 (0 Doonesbury somjpoyou toosoontosay think pr. Asourmzpffnem, MAKBOUT, PXC0UEO5I5 t UNCL5PUK5 PmmBVONTHB I MAPI Bloom County -mse fizeTHe exarm MPPRAWnC scripts for ves.imHK FirvRB ensopes p&rythino OF YOUR UFBf 15 PLMtieP 0JT NICELY. Peanuts 17 WELL, I HAVE KTO GET 60ING.. THE Daily ACROSS 1 Affectation 5 Less likely 10 Colo, senator 14 Mr. Roberts 15 Instrumental composition 16 Omnium gatherum 17 Canine 20 Bohea 21 Lend moral support 22 Lasso 23 de combat 24 Tarn 28 Monody 29 Frog: Let. 30 Capture 33 Playing hooky -34 Evita 35 Vlgoda 33 Canine 40 Also, old style 41 Timid 42 Farewell: Let. 43 Legal thing 44 Have a to pick 45 Egg tilth 47 Cause of woe 43 Chaco, &A. 43 Afterwards - r rebounds. Ford, meanwhile, managed only six points but made a series of key defensive play- thai i'oivt-ti turnovers. The win moves the Yellow Jackets into a tie with UNC for the ACC lead at 4-2. Tech is 15-3 overall, while UNC falls to 14-4. UNC has now lost two straight in Carmichael - not only an extreme rarity (UNC is 161-20 at home) but considered a no-no for a successful conference season. "Our backs are to the wall," coach Stye Satlg 5Tar Mnl SlFmeHOUITHINGSUCZK OUT. IFOiRUBEKALPONOR. HWtrr HrnwroiisucK LASTUXSK, THIS HISTORIC OPtZAVON MI6HTNEYB& TAm PLACZ! BtNKiiy &ers his mma. an? Becomes a wrte . &nklby MAWeS HIS LAWYER ANP BUYS flWWING RVNtMb SHOCS "... "BtNKLBY Pitt AT AbC 37 CHOKING ON A CROISSANT" Crossword by 1985 Tribune Media Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved 1. 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UNC has road games at Clemson, N.C. State, Maryland, Duke and Tech. Hale said it wasn't essential that UNC find a big-play man like Jordan in the meantime but suggested it wouldn't be a detriment to the team. "If youVe got five or six men you can go to when they're hot like we have that can be an advantage for you," Hale said. "But if no one is shooting that well, it can be a disadvantage." "SArtE REACTION... O 5C iw 0 CI6AFSTTB mi, ieuess we wont Be Neepm AUSTfllR C00KB miNTWPvce mese,MLiw TH056ARB V6RYHOT FRoreRTies me5ePAYsA r YOU VE NEVER SEEN ME DUNCE.' 1 123ES 1 , ? & RAi,CoY- K n i n n i n n

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