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11:00 a.m. UN C Nyrop for Congress Com
mittee information table in the
Pit until 1 p.m.
Students Against Multiple Scle
rosis (SAMS) sponsoring
recruitment for Rock-Alike Lip
Sync contest until 1:00 p.m. in
Noon Women's Studies Program host
ing "Signs: A Decade of Fem
inist Publishing Begins," a
lunchtime colloquium with
Jean OUarr, Editor, and Mary
Wyer, Managing Editor of
SIGNS: Journal of Women in
Culture and Society, in Toy
Lounge, Dey Hall until 1:30
Institute for Environmental ,
Studies hosting Dr. Blair Bower
from the National Oceanic and
(NOAA) to speak on "Making
Sense of Pollution Control:
Integrated Waste Manage
ment," Rosenau Hall
2:00 p.m. University Career Planning and
Placement Services hosting an
Interviewing Tips Workshop
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A HIGHER GPA THAN LAST
SEMESTER. GUARANTEED! Stu
dents uus Concept Mapping, a
owerfal stady teckaicja
designed to increase your learn
ing potential, kava earned kigker
gnuiea on in-claa teats and stand
ardized exant (like tke GRE,
MCAT, LSAT). Tkia book denwon
atrates a system tkat organizes
yoar notes to allow yoa display
a semester of notes or a chanter
of a text oa a single nage-witknnt
losing content. If anaatiafiea at
semester end, letmn with proof
of GPA'e for refand. Tkia 13
page, illnstrated gnidc can make
tke difference. Send $7.95 to:
AMP Educational Services, P.O.
Box 77224, Greeaskoro, NC
Sckolarskipl all f nil-time nnder
gradnate women e legible. Apply
now for $80 sckolarskip at
Union desk or call 96S-4454 or
929-8854. Harry and Apply!
Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business
Fraternity would like to invite Business,
Industrial Relations, and Economics majors
to sign up for SPRING RUSH 1986: Infor
mation tables will be set up in the Union and
in Carroll Hall beginning Friday Jan.17 and
runnning through Wednesday Jan. 22. Come
see what you've been missing!
SEXUALLY ABUSED for M A. Thesis. Send
story to Jennifer, P.O. Box 2187, Lawrence .
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SPRING BREAK on the beach at South
Padre Island, Daytona Beach, Fort Lauder
dale, Fort Walton Beach or Mustang Island
Port Aransas from only $89; and skiing at
Steamboat or Vail from only $86! Deluxe
lodging, parties, goodie bags, more...Hurry,
call Sunchase Tours for more information
and reservations toll free 1-800-321-5911
TODAY! When your Spring Break counts
. . . count on Sunchase.
Are you a fun-loving, hard working person?
Applications available in the Campus Y for
counselor positions at Freshman Camp '86.
Applications due January 31st.
CAMPUS Y ELECTIONS: Applications now
available for executive committee position.
Pick up application in Y Building; due Monday
February 3. Any student may apply.
Just arrived! Men's & Ladies' ReeBok Tennis
Shose. Get them while they are available
Athletic World, University Square 929-1078.
Pick up. an
Order of the
available at the
Union Desk starting
Jan. 20-Feb. 3.
to Union Desk or
Consider a Career
. in Pharmacy
Two years of General
Scholar Award is
available for a limited
number of outstanding
candidates during the
three years of
professional study in the
School of Pharmacy.
School of Pharmacy,
117A Beard Hall
24 hr. CHPD patrols
2 blocks to UNC
for Business Majors, 306 Hanes.
2:30 p.m. WXYC News staff meeting.
3:00 p.m. University Career Planning and
" t Placement Services hosting a
Liberal Arts Forum, Great
. Department of Physical Educa
tion hosting Dr. Steven Blair of
the Institute for Aerobics
Research to speak on "Risks
and Benefits of Exercise," 109
Fetzer. Everyone welcome.
3:30 p.m. Career Planning and Placement
Services will hold an "Inter
viewing Tips workshop, 210
4:45 p.m. Association of International
Students meeting, 210 Union.
New members welcome.
6:00 p.m. Student Television This Is It!
staff orientation jneeting, 224
Union. All involved are asked
6 JO p.m. Campus Y Special Olympic
meeting until 7:30 p.m., 109
Fetzer. Planning Committee
meeting immediately following.
7:00 p.m. Women's Soccer Club meeting,
218 Union. Newcomers
University Career Planning and
Placement Services hosting a
presentation by Macy's of New
York 209 Hanes. Open to all
Phi Kappa Sigma announces in conjunction
with Spring Rush, an .open house for all
interested rushees Wednesday, Thursday,
3:004:30 at 107 Fraternity Court.
Attention Skiers! 20 off all men's & ladies
CB jackets. Great selection! Athletic World
ABORTION - TO 20 WEEKS. Private and
confidential GYN facility with Saturday and
weekday appointments available. Pain med
ication given. Free pregnancy tests. 942-0824.
IDS COMPUTERS will match student
stores tew prices on the COMMODORE
AMIGA Knowledgeable user support,
software, and in-house repair. Mon.-Frt
10-6, Sat. 104. 9294593.
PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Free preg
nancy testing. Call PSS at 942-7318. All
Stereo Problems? I offer the fastest
service and the longest guarantee on
repairs of audio components. Twenty
five years experience. Call John F. at
Stressed Out? Dealing with pressure and.
being assertive are leamable skills. Special
student rates. Call Creative Realities 942
0150. Too busy to clean your apartment or ',- ouse?
Just one visit per week from us leaves you
" more rime for studying, working partyit g. We
eoen scrub bathrooms and dS laundry!" 947
4321.. lost and found
LOST: Key ring with a dorm key and a bicycle
key on it. Call Beth. 933-6201.
FOUND: Ladies gold watch outside Woolen
Gym. Call Karen at 929-3193.
LOST: 14K gold bracelet. Lost Tuesday
night. Sentimental value. Call Sarah. 933
0313. Found: Money in the Stow area. Call 933
1401 to identify. '
Lost: small,, blue plastic box with several
computer disks insl. $25 reward. Please call
Stan at 967-7357.
LOST: Gold Lady's Seiko watch. Lost
Thursday night, Jan. 16 somewhere Troll's
and Henderson St. Please Help!! Call Lyn
at 933-7304, KEEP Trying!
Health Sci, FrSpan
Students & Others
WELCOME TO A
El Discussion of
Mon., Jan. 27 7-8:30 pm
Call 942-4657 2:30-4
for info. .
SPRING BREAK '86
from $329 including
Roundtrip air trans.
7 nights accom.
American Travel Services
Musicians or any
' Entertainers to . . .
CST YOU2 ACT
available now until
January 30 at the
union. Open Mike
Night is presented by
LOST: one pair of taupe leather gloves.
Please call 967-3247 and ask for Pat if you
have found them. They were left in room 108
LOST: One Scarf on Wednesday, January
15 at 1pm in the courtyard between Saunders
and Dey Hall. It is multicolored with a lot
of red in it. Has sentimental value. Please
call Rick at 933-3550 any evening.
LOST: Ladies Gold Watch at SAC during
Duke Game. Call Laurie. 933-8945.
FOUND: Key on Sigma Key Chain outside
Canmichael. Call 933-9489.
FOUND: Man's black sports watch behind
Connor Dorm Thurs, Jan. 16. Call 933-8056
FOUND: Gold bracelet with pendant. Found
116 in Gardner. Call 968-0358. Caryn.
LOST: Small gold cross with pattern.
Sentimental value. Lost 116. Call Caryn 968
0358. help wanted
$8-$i0 hourly. Pizza Hut Delivery is now
accepting applications for full and part-time
delivery personnel. We have excellent
benefits for full time positions and we are very
flexible with scheduling of part-time positions.
Please apply in person at 516 W. Franklin
Colonel Chutneys is presently seeking part
time dishwashers. Flexible hours, pleasant
conditions. Starting pay $3.50hour, and .
tuition assistance possible. Semester commit
ment required. Come by 300 West Rosemary
St. between 4:30-6:30pm Monday thru Friday
to fill out an application.
COUNSELORS for boy's camp in Mam.
Openings in most activities (WSI, tennis,
basketball, etc.) Uppeebssmen preferred.-
BrookEne, MA 02146 or caB 617-277-8080. '
Project Upward Bound, a program for
educationally disadvantaged high school
students needs students to volunteer as
tutors in the areas of English, math, science,
foreign language (mostly French and Span
ish), and history. Tutorial sessions operated
from 10-12 on some Saturday mornings
during the Spring Semester. Interested
persons should contact the Upward Bound
Program at 140 12 East Franklin Street (207
: Hill Bldg.) or can 962-1281 or 962-1282.
Deadline February 3, 1986.
Need A Sensitive Individual to Care or Two
Toddlers in my home 7:45-3:15 M-Th and
10:30-2:30 every other Fri. References
helpful. Call 967-5126 after 3:30pm.
We need someone energetic and loving to
play with our two-year-old twin daughters one
or two afternoons each week from 1-5 pm.
References, reliability,, and own transporta
tion essential. Please call 929-4353 days or
andothers can put
their skills to work in
Call: 9424057 (off.)
4 plays for $20.00
Jan. 31 -Mar. 16
3 plays in repertory
Call 962-1 121
Graham Memorial Bldg.
mEE JAKIM lF
TWO 1 KIPS
Jt'STFON VM .
New participants only
Offer expires Jan. 31st
for class times
University Career Planning and
Placement Services hosting
"Law Careers," 210 Hanes.
7 JO p.m. Women's Crew Club holding
organizational and nomina
tions meeting, Union, All row
ers encouraged to attend.
10:00 p.m.Anglican Student Fellowship
invites all students to a special
service of the Holy Eucharist
commemorating Rev. Dr. Mar
tin Luther King, Jr. Represen
tatives of the BSM will speak.
. Applications for Campus Y Executive
Committee positions are now available in
the Y Building office. These are due
Monday February 3rd. Any student is
eligible to run.
The Student North Carolina Associa
tion of Educators will hold registration for
the club in 307 Peabody, and in the lobby,
from Jan 20-23. All education majors are
urged to join.
The Carolina Union looking for musi
cians, dancers, comedians and other
talents to perform on Mike Night, January
31. To sign up-come to 200 Union and
leave your name, phone and description
of your talent. For information call Kim
Jordan at 933-4181.
UNC registered students or faculty needed
as sperm donors. Please help our patients
and contact the Reproductive Endocrinology
Laboratory of the UNC Medical School at
962-65 for further information.
THE COALITION FOR BATTERED
WOMEN NEEDS VOLUNTEER ADVO
CATES INTERESTED IN SUPPORTING
WOMEN WHILE THEY BUILD LIVES FOR
THEMSELVES WITHOUT VIOLENCE.
TRAINING BEGINS ON FEBRUARY 15.
CaD 682-0817 or 967-9662.
Baby-sitter desperately needed on M,W,Fri
days. 11:45-1:30. Call 942-0258.
Immediate Opening for KX) plasma donors.
Earn extra money. Call Sera Tec Biolog
icals 942-0251. 10954 E. Franklin St. Hours
8:30am - 5:00pm. M-F.
FEMALES (18 22) NEEDED FOR
BONE HEALTH STUDY. Obtain free
personal report on youur diet and bone,
health. Call Nutrition Department for
information, appointment 966-3402.
$3.75 1kt nlns bonnses. Poten
tial to earn over $S ncr honr by
calling ajnsnai for the Carolina
Fmnd. Design yoar own schedule.
CaD two evenings or snore per
week. For mm interview, call 962
7015. Volunteers with backache are needed
for a study of spinal manipulation;
patients must be 18-45 years with current
backache no more than one month.
Study includes consultation with two
physicians. Sponsor: UNC School of
Medicine, Call 933-5876. , ...
Do you have an outgoing personality?
Do you have a positive attitude? Do you
Hke working in a constructive environ
ment? Do you like the possibility for
advancement? Do you like being part of
a winning team? Then come join the
winning team at the Western Sizzlin
Steakhouse, 324 W Rosemary St.
Chapel Hill. Taking applications for all
See PlayFest '86 Free!
3 Plays in Repertory
Jan. 30 thru March 1 6
Sign up in Graham
$ EARN NEXT
YEAR'S TUITION $
Tuition Programs can
earn $100 to-$500 or
Work at your time convenience
at home or in your dorm
Few Hours per Week
No Special Training
Send Stamped Envelope to:
University Tuition Service
P. 0. Box 1815
Lexington, N.C. 27292
SKI AND PARTY
SPRING BREAK 35
Join 100s of College
Students For $569 .
Round trip air-fare, 7
nights condo lodging, 5
day lift ticket & more is
Call Sherri 933-8152
Thursday, Jan. 30
Applications now being
accepted for the 7:45 am
Breakfast with the
Chancellor, a program
which gives students a
chance to meet informally
with the Chancellor, Dr.
Christopher Fordham, 111,
and discuss matters of
interest on campus matters.
Applications available at
the Union Desk and at the
Carolina Student Fund
Office, 6th floor NCNB
Applications due Jan. 27
GOVERNMENT JOBS. $:i6,040 $59,230
yr. Now Hiring. Call 805487-6000 Ext R 9594
for current federal Est
Are you a fun-loving, hardworking person?
Applications available in the Campus Y for
counselor positions at Fret hman Camp '86.
Applications due January 31st
LIBRARY PAGE - Town Chapel H01 PubBc
Library. 10 hrswk Sept May; 20 hrswk
June-Aug. Mostly night or wknd hrs. Involves
shelving, using arithmetic & English skills.
Some library experience preferred. $3 .35hr.
Apply by Jan 27: Municipal Bldg, 306 N
LIFEGUARDSSUBSTITUTES Chapel Hffl
PksRec. Immediate openings. Several days
hours available: weekday morningsafter
noonsevenings. Substitute any time. Require
Red Cross Adv Lifesaving, CPR. WSI & Red
Cross First Aid helpful lut not required.
$3.50-$3.80hr. Apply at 2000 Plant Rd., 968
SWIM INSTRUCTORSSUBSTrrUTES -Chapel
Hill PksRec. Immediate openings for
a variety of classes, ages and times: Parent
Tot, general lessons, Water Aerobics,
Arthritis Aquatics, etc. Require Red Cross
WSI. Adv Lifesaving, CPR. Prefer Red Cross
First Aid. $4.25 - 4.60hr. Apply at 200 Plant
Rd, 968-2790. EOAAE
WOODCROFT SWIM & TENNIS
CLUB, located on Hope Valley Road in
the community of Woodcraft, needs:
POOL MANAGER & ASSISTANT:
Summer employment, experienced,
certificate or WSI helpful. LIFE
GUARDS: Summer employment, must
have Red Cross Advanced Lifesaving or
equiv., WSI Helpful, college age pref.
PERSONNEL: to sell food, beverages in
Clubhouse, May Sept. Must be 19 or
older. February Interviews Send Resume
To: Woodcraft, PO Box 13334, RTP. NC
27709, ATTN: Carter Warren.
Bus boysgirls, dis washer, part-time
evening shift available. Apply in person
Crook's Comer, 610 W. Franklin St.
EARN $500.00 IN TWO WEEKS:
Healthy male graduate students, age 21
35, non-smokers, near ideal weight,
needed for medical school study, inves
tigating effects of reduced caloric intake.
In addition to $500, subjects will receive
free physical exam. Subjects required to
spend nights on research unit at NCMH
for 2 weeks but have relatively free
schedule during the day. For further
information, please contact Dr. John
Ascher at 248-3259 (local) or Dr. Teny
Brown at 966-5711 week days.
The Henry S. Jacob Camp of Utica, Mis
sissippi will be holding staff interviews for the
1986 summer season on Thursday afternoon,
January 23. The Jacob Camp is a Jewish
Camp associated with the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations. Good Jewish role
models are needed. Staff positions are
available in all areas including counselors,
arts, athletics, dance and waterfront. The pay
is competitive with other summer camps and
there are bonuses fo specialists. CaD 9424057
between 10 and 4 to nvike an appointment
for an interview.
CAROLINA INN needs part-time bartender
cashier. Split shift, lunch-dinner. $3.75hour
plus tips. Grad students preferred. Call
Wayne N., 933-2001.
"CAMP COUNSELORS -MF - Outstanding
Slim and Trim Down Camps: Tennis, Dance,
Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, Nutrition
Dietetics. 20 plus. Separate girls' and boys'
camps. 7 weeks. CAMP CAMELOT on
COLLEGE CAMPUSES at Massachusetts,
Pennsylvania, No. Carolina, California.
Contact: Michele Friedman, Director, 947
Hewalett Dr.. No. Woodmere, N.Y. 11581.
WANT A SUMMER CAMP JOB? Positions
available (male-female). Specialists in all
athletic areas; Assistants to Tennis Pro; Golf;
Gymnastics; Swimming. (WSI); SmaUcraft
- (sailing-canoeing); RiSery; Archery; Arts and
Crafts (general shop, woodworking); Ceram
ics; Sewing; Computer Science; Photo
x graphy; Science (genera! electronics); Music;
-"' Dramatics; Pioneering -Tripping; - General : '
Counselors'. 20 plus. Camp located in
Northeastern Pennsylvania (Poconos). For
further information, write to: Trail's End
Camp, co Beach Lake, Inc. Cll 215 Adams
Street, Brooklyn. N.Y. 11201.
PART-TIME SECRETARY: Excellent office
and typing skills required. 15 - 20 hoursweek. -$5-26hour.
Graduate or advanced under
graduates. See or caB Janet E. at 102 Peabody
HaH. Phone 9664364.
Summer jobs for college students;-openings
available on the Food Service Staff at Camp
Seafaarer on the coast of N.C Good salary
plus room and board. Excellent opportunity
for friends to work together. June 8 Mid
August. Must be at least 18 years of age.
No experience necessary. Only ambition and
good referencess required. For more infor
mation and application, write: Camp Seaf
arer, P.O Box 10976, YMCA, Raleigh. N.C.
GOOD MONEY FOR A GOOD DEED: The
EPA needs healthy non-smokers free from
hayfever, over 18 for breathing studies. CaD
7M5FQR YOUR VfTA
, MIN PICK-MS -UP!
1 Hammer part
10 Son of Ham
14 Jacob's wife
15 Tex. battle
16 Vissl d'
24 Coil, in
25 Rock plant
33 " porridge
37 Give it
33 Ala. city
39 Nile queen
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CRUISESHIPS HIRING! $1630,000. Cam
bean, Hawaii, World! Call for Guide,
Cassette, Newsservice! (916) 944-4444 X
Come one. Come AE, YouH Have A BaD!
Where the people say "Have it your way."
Burger King, 140 Elliot Rd. Now hiring on
aO shifts. Parking facilities, discounted meals
and flexible hours. Apply in person.
NEED Student to prune pine seedlings 8-15 .
hours weekly. Flexible hours. Should have
good hand, eye coordination, speed and
dependability. CaB Walter 929-3809.
GOVERNMENT HOMES FROM $1. (U
repair). Abo delinquent tax property. CaB
805487-6000 Ext. GH-9594 for information.
Stained loft for sale, $60. 933-6240.
FOR SALE Smith Corona electric typewriter
like new $80. CaB Ed at 968-0575.
FOR SALE: Male North Campus Dorm
Contract. Great location. Only $300. Contact
. Scott K. 968-9136.
FOR SALE: a 1982 Smith-Corona 2500
. Coronamatic Typewriter. This typewriter is
valued at $150 and includes a Lift-Rite
correcting system. CaB 967-3367 before 8:30
or after 11 pm M-F.
Makeup brushes. Low cost. Information. Self
addressed, stamped envelope to Colors &
Creams, Inc., 664 N. Michigan Ave., Suite
1010, Chicago, tt. 60611.
SEE HALLEYS COMET! 450 power, equi
toriatly mounted telescope with carrying
case. AB lenses and accessories included.
60mm x 900mm focal length. Excellent
condition. $250. 968-0410.
FOR SALE: Movie Camera! Cannon CV-40
VHS Color Movie Camera. Excellent for
Professional use. Fine Piece of equipment.
Almost New. Price Negotiable! Chris 933
4174. STUDENTS.'! Why waste money on rent
when you can own my mobile home?
Spacious 14'x 70 2 bed, 2 bath, used 1 yr.
5 minutes from town. Rent extra room and
. bath. SeB for profit when you graduate.
MANY EXTRAS! $16,800. 9294473. after 3.
" FOR SALE: Bausch & Lomb, soft contact
lens heat disinfeenng unit. $10. Originally $20.
Used only one month. Perfect condition. Call
933-7053. Keep trying,
UNBELEVEABLE DEAL! Best $ offer for
one-way ticket from RDU to Minneapolis,
Minnesota on Friday, January 24 at 6:40pm.
CaB 942-5806. Leave messge.
For Sale: Excellent condition. Jane Fonda
work-out tape. Beta, $45, or best offer. 929
5825. Leave message.
FOR SALE: tal bookshelf $50, brass head
board $30, 24"xl9" waB mirror $12, wooden
folding chair $20, natural-padded all cotton
sofabed $150. Everything is in excellent
condition. Phone 929-2888.
FOR SALE: brand new never used beautiful
chess board. Walnut and birch. $40. 929-5825
FOR SALE: Miyata 10-speed bicycle; good
condition; $50 or best offer. CaB 929-6720
. after 6pm.
FOR SALE: Male Granville contract. $100
off! Includes 19 meals a week. CaB 942-1556.
For Sale: 12 string guitar- beautiful tone, tune
tt and try it ... $50 or best offer. Call Ed
FOR SALE: 1974 Fiat, 63,000 miles, rebuilt
engine, $495 or best offer, caB 9334683 noon
to 2pm. ;
Steal my car! 78, 4-door Chevette only 67,000
miles. Clean. Runs weH. $1200 negotiable.
CaB Patrick 929-9429.
Goose-Down Sleeping Bag, 20 degrees' F
rated, Mummy, "Fairydown" Top Brand in
New Zealand, royal blue, basically new,
compression stuff sack, $115. CaB 942-5285
between 6 pm -11 pm.
Marantz 50-watt receiver $150. Electric razor
$20. AMFM Stereo Radio Cassette Player
with Stereo Headphones $25.
FOR SALE: Female Hinton James Contract
; for spring semester. Only $500 Contact
Rennie 933-4597 immediate occupancy.
Roiex watches, Gucci, Piaget, Concord and
Corum. Now you can own one. These are
exact replicas of watches that cost $3,000
$8,000. Quartz movement! High Quality and
the warranty proves it. Normally $200, your
price $100 - $125. 929-9168.
ORIGINAL JAMS FOR SALE! Assorted
sizes and patterns. $10 off suggested retail
price. CaB 933-5615, ask for Sutton or Mike.
Great for SPRING BREAK!
For Sale: One Georgia Tech ticket and one
Notre Dame ticket. Both are student tickets.
$15 or best offer. CaB 933-3235.
Ride needed to and from Williamsburg, VA
on the weekend of January 25-26. WiB pay
gas money. CaB 967-0455 after 5pm.
Ride needed to Charlotte the weekend of
January 24. Can leave after 5pm and will
share gas expenses. CaB Todd 9334303.
INSRT THAN USUAL
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51 Seventh day
55 Particle .
58 One of the
59 Missile garage
61 Syria once
63 Diamond boner
64 Tall tale
3 Swiss river
6 UJy plant
7 Strike hard
8 Sudden crisis:
13 Macho guys
23 Us Vegas
28 Work for
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39 Mixed breed
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The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, January 22, 19865
HELP! I need a ride to Boone this weekend
(24-26). WiB help pay for gas and lunch. 942
1705. Ask for Laura.
Outgoing male student wanted to share
spacious furnished apartment at the Villages
in Carrboro. (Includes bed if wanted, on bus
route, approx. 1 miles off campus), if
interested, caB Steve at 9424438. Keep
I'm looking for someone who wishes to move
into Carolina Apartments. The rent is $210
mo. If you're interested please caB 967-6614
between 8-11. Ask for Tim.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED: Carolina
Apartments D24. CaB 942-9385.
Roommate needed to share Foxcroft Apart
ment. January rent free; February, only $80.
Afterwards $111.25mo. plus V, utilities.
Available now. Please cafl 942-9389.
RENTING IMMEDIATELY: looking for grad
or professional type, rent on monthly basis.
House near campus, $150mo. includes
utilities, 933-3452967-0560 after 5:30.
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for Old Well
Apartment. 2 bus1 tines, cable, pool. You
name the price, keep deposit. Cafl Patrick
at 933-7281. Keep trying.
MaleFemale roommate needed to share
apartment. Privcate bedrooom, 20 minutes
walking distance from campus. On bus route.
Studious, non-smoking, not fussy. $118 mo.
rent. 13 utilities. 967-8401.
Need: two housemates $132mo. each or one
$195 for large room in nearby country house.
' Private bath, deck. Call Cindy 933-5202; leave
Two private rooms and bath in trailer. Five
miles south of campus. Washer a.td dryer.
$150mo. and utilities. Females only. 942
8364. ' For rent Carolina Apt. 3 bedrooms 154 bath,
carpeted, dishwasher, disposal, cable hookup
on busline, no deposit Free months rent. Call
967-1397. Keep trying.
Female roommate wanted to share 2 bed
room Carolina Apartment. January rent free.
$140mo. plus 13 utilities. On busline, fully
furnished Please caB 929-7029 or 968-8626.
condominiums for sale
Live at Mil I CREEK and walk to campus.
Two BR, two bath condominiums for sale.
From the creators of Chancellor Square.
Washers and dryers. Pool. Tennis courts.
First units ready March 1986. CaB 942-7475.
ParentsStudents why rent when you can buy
2 bedroom townhouse. No bank qualifying
loan. Available immediately. 848-6937
WANTED: tickets for UNC-Georgia Tech
game. CaD Fred at 968-1141 after 6pm. '
Need 2-3 non-student tickets to Notre Dame"
game. WiB trade Georgia Tech or Notre
Dame student tickets andor pay cash. CaB
The Far Side
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I need some tickets to the Carolina-Georgia
Tech game. CaB 967-3435 if you can help me.
Needed: 2 or 4 non-student tickets to the
UNC-Georgia Tech game. CaB Sara at 942
6372. WiB pay $30 for good Georgia Tech seats.
Phone 968 8050.
Wanted 2 UNC GA. Tech, Notre Dame or
Clemson tickets. CaB 929-7724.
20 OFF! Chapel Hill Students, R&R in Jan..
Mar., Apr. Getaway to Mountain Brook
Cottages in the Smokies. Now, $104.
Weekend for 2, $130 weekend for 4. Fire
places. Spring break rates available. 704-586-4329.
stTo the girl who called Thursday evening
around 8pm in response to last Wednesday's
personal: Please caB again. Guy in black coat
at Student Stores 3:30pm. 9334571.
WHO IS JOHN VI. J
BEAUTIFUL BRUNETTE in 2:00 golf.
Fm charmed! My feet were near your
keys at the Sig Ep mixer. Let's get
together soon and practice our grip,
stance, stroke! Reply DTH or better,
Finley. Signed Sincere at Heart.
Hey Pale Riders! Tke Lc9ei)4
Rides Oml Giddap Fa $2.5f.
Domestic Pitchers mt Spaghetti
Westers Wcdaesday, Oaiy At
EST EST EST! 104 W. FraakHa St.
Shabbat Services will take place at HiUel
on Friday January 24, 6:30 pm. THERE
WILL BE NO SHABBAT DINNER.
Following services we will have our first
faculty Shabbat program at the home
of Dr. & Mrs. Nortin Hadler. Please meet
at Hillel by 7:30 pm if you wish to attend
the program. Hillel is located at 210 W.
OH A VRAM, If only I could gaze into those
big brown eyes! Rio.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY KIMBERLY M.l We
know you've had a great semester (Glenn,
Jeff Sigma Chi, Zte Beta yard, Happy Store,
etc. . . .). Let's beat that record! Love you!
Lexi and Allison.
Mr. Mushroom and his friend making a
spectacle of himself in Lenoir. The two blonds
laughing at you would like to experience finer
dining. Interested? Respond DTH.
So Dick P. dida't tell yoa? Coaae to
Newasaa Stadeat Ceater taaight sad
get those baraiag sjaestioas a boat
datiag off yoar chest ia a co'ed rap
sessioa. As always: Diaaer Wcdaes
day at 5:30 pas discasskta afterwards.
Happy 21st Cathy!! The main course for
tonight: Chocolate chips or a Kool Breeze!!!
Well try! Gonna get ripped at 9-m Estes.
Sara, Sonya, Sherry.
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