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34The Tar Heel Monday, August 18, 1986
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one meets more old friends and
discusses the game. If the result was
victory, then there is high praise for
the mighty Tar Heels. If the unspeak
able occurs, well, those words are
As one grows older the court
parties are no longer appropriate, so
then post-game functions are at the
Carolina Inn. There, they have what
are called alumni mixers, where the
group is closer to your age and
Of course, for you freshmen-to-be,
such events are off limits; you will
probably go back to your dorm after
the game and revel in the joy of finally
becoming a Tar Heel. After all, we
all know you are coming here because
you love Carolina sports, especially
Dean Smith and the roundball Tar
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Specify your expectation of an
itemized list of parts and labor.
When you pick up your car, review
the charges with the mechanic or
service manager, the SCAU report
said. Keep receipts for future
If you are dissatisfied "immediately
return to the shop and explain the
problem," the report said. "Most
reputable facilites will attempt to
work out a mutually agreeable
If you and your mechanic are not
able to come to an agreement,
contact SCAU or Student Legal
The SCAU report lists information
on 32 shops in the Chapel Hill area.
Names of owners, hours of opera
tion, types of services performed,
terms of guarantees on labor and
parts and labor charges are provided.
Two surveys, one completed by the
businesses and another by customers,
provided the information.
SCAU is located in Suite B in the
Student Union. The telephone
number is 962-8313.
The information in "Automotive
Repair Guide" was obtained in 1984.
Current information may be
obtained by contacting SCAU.
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right at the beginning," he said.
"Some people changed (their
minds), I think, mainly because their
folks didn't want them to go. But
it has not been a lot."
Lalik, who has been working for
the past months at a communcia
tions company, said she has been
saving up her money to return to
"It was wonderful," she said. "I'm
dying to go back. I have friends
there, and I just made a call to Spain
Gless said that students on scho
larships or financial aid do not have
to worry about losing the aid if they
go abroad. Students don't have to
go through the hassles of readmis
sion because the Student Leave
Policy applies to those studying
abroad with these programs, he said.
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