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8The Daily Tar Heel Friday, November 14, 1986 emth Ficks of ihe Weak I Harris improves in final cross country year tn pernaps the finest display ui prognosticatory prowess exhibited so far this season, Mike (Won't Get Fooled Again) Berardino singularly foretold the shocking downfalls of Wake Forest and Alabama en route to a sterling 8-2 mark. The youngest member of the DTH's Gang of Four, Bermarino is tied at the top and appears to be freshest as the quartet enters the stretch drive. Kudos, Scott Bob Jim Mike Fowler Young Surowiecki Berardino .to (57-39-4).590 (52-44-4).540 (54-42-4).560 (57-39-4).590 VknatUNC UNC UNC UNC UNC Duke at N.C. State State State State State Wake Forest at S. Carolina USC USC Wake USC Clemson at Maryland Clem. Md. Clem. Clem. Texas A&M at Arkansas Ark. A&M A&M A&M 'instate at Notre Dame PSU PSU ND ND :UCLA at Washington UCLA Wash. Wash. Wash. Georgia at Auburn Aub. UGa Aub. Aub. Syracuse at BC BC Syr. BC BC Florida at Kentucky Fla. Fla. Fla. Fla. Campus Calendar The DTH Campus Calendar appears daily. Announcements must be placed in the box outside The Daily Tar Heel office. 1 04 Union, by noon one day before weekend announcements by noon Wednes day. The DTH will print announce ments from University-recognized campus organizations only. Friday 12:15 p.m. The Ackland Art Museum will give a free gallery talk on the current exhibition, "On The Line: The New Color Photojournalism." 12:30 pan. The Department of City and Regional Planning and Planners Forum will HI! Varsity M I V EAST FRANKLIN 2f tfz mmm il SfiViMI H 0332300 9 X - m t- Z'F 1 YVV -'JM fit X T7 1 1 I "V-" V 3!Hi m5iWm Bermo. Close behind at 7-3 was Jim (Dr. Jimmy) Surowiecki, who finally escaped the dungeon of mediocrity. Next was Scott (Sister Disco) Fowler at 6-4. Bob (Bobo O'Reilly) Young, who no longer qualifies as a teenager, nonetheless dropped into the was teland of last place with an abysmal 4-6 showing. have a bag lunch discus sion about "Affordable Housing and The Com munity Land Trust Model" in 102 New East. Saturday 10 a.m. The Anglican Student Fel lowship will host its Sat urday morning breakfast for $ 1 in the Student Com mons of Chapel of the Cross. Sunday 10 a.m. Carolina Cricket Club will have its last game of the season at Ehringhaus Fields against N.C. State. Give a Gift of Health. . . A Holiday Gift Certificate to TJLK3E tWQUD Show your loved ones just how much you care about uieir neaith. I month 45.00 3 months 99.00 6 weeks 60.00 I year-325.00 Abo enjoy our new SCA Wolff Training Bed and keep that healthy 'glow' all year round! 10 sessions 35.00 Nautilus Freewefghts Aerobics Wet Area to relax in UFECYCLES Professional Staff, no high pressure sales Closest fitness center to campus 503 C W. Main St Carrboro 933-9249 1126 NUTCRACKER BALLET (Phone for group sales) Tlr...rlATIMUN AIJD BOLD! COLOR OF MONEY' CHALKS UP A PLATIMUM HIT... I haven't had a bettor time st the movies ill uairl Tttit Alltr ft! I 5 oil iwaii iiiw vvivi vi tnis 'Monev is gold " -Mike Clark, USA TODAY m Pal II TflM inuk i win IIEWMAII CRUISE S3B 3 By WENDY STR1NGFELLOW Staff Writer Sitting back with his legs propped up, talking easily, smiling occasion ally, Reggie Harris said his improve ment as a runner on the UNC men's cross country team is due to a drive to gain respect. "Now I don't want to make this sound like some serious story," he says to clarify any misconceptions, "but I want to be respected as an athlete and as a person by my coaches. (Last year) I wanted a little more attention from them, but this summer I decided only I can do what needs to be done. "If I respect myself and try to improve, it'll come." Harris, a senior from Ashville, says he runs because it's fun. Former teammate Mark Scott agrees. "Reggie is one of the best people I know at being able to have fun and success in athletics and academ ics at the same time," Scott says. That's the attitude Harris is taking into the NCAA regionals in Green Call Ronnie at 942-6168 for more info. 1 p.m. Pi Beta Phi Sorority will have a Fine Crafts Sale from Gattlinburg, Tenn., at 109 Hillsborough St. until 5 p.m. 3 p.m. The BSM Gospel Choir will hold its Fall Concert in Great Hall. Admission is free. 8 p.m. The UNC Music Depart ment will have its Suday Series: Liszt Centennial: "Liszt's Legacy" in Hill Hall Auditorium. Horns of Interact The UNC Glee Clubs are holding auditions through Nov. 14. Contact "How You Live May The NAME of THE ROSE 7:00 9:45 PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED 7:15.9:30 Two minutes is for Calabash Every second counts when you're cookin' Calabash. When the color's perfect you're done, and that's always less than two minutes. That's why Calabash seafood has so much taste and tenderness, heaped up high on your plate! LaxdLuhbeu's SEAFOOD RESTAURANT where the cookin's timed in seconds ONE OF THE YEARS BEST FILMS. Gene Siskel, Chicago Tribune "Brilliant!" -Marilyn Beck, CHICAGO TRIBUNE SYNDICATE WILLIAM HURT 2:45 5:00 7:20 9:40 R APmWMiTPICmiE GomKHT&nMmmiAMniMrnnuiES OUiPUtATKIM All OUfTS MSOVED. ipiiiricszz "A Remarkable Film, Up There With The Best Pictures Of The Year. A Ten." Gary Franklin, ABC TV Los Angeles THREE VISlOiJS. FIGHTERS. QuE DREAM. 1 ville, S.C. Saturday. "I'm just trying to stay relaxed. Usually the more relaxed I am about a race, the better I do." Last year Harris was consistently the No. 5 or No. 6 runner on the team. This year he's consistently No. 2 or No. 3; Harris will start in the No. 2 spot when the men's and women's teams travel to Greenville this weekend. Mike McGowan would have run in that position, but his appendix ruptured earlier this week, and he will miss the rest of the season. McGowan's absence diminishes the team's chances to qualify for the nationals as a team, Harris says. "We're going to miss Mike . . . poor ole Mike; he's still in the hospital. He's good," Harris says sincerely. "Coach (Dennis) Craddock told us about Mike," Harris says, altering his voice to sound like a coach. Then he (Craddock) said, "If you guys go down there with the attitude you're already defeated, there's no use Professor Tamte Horan, 225 Hill Hall, 962-5695. Yackety Yack yearbooks will be on sale for $21 from II a.m. to 3 p.m. through Nov. 21 in the Pit. The Yackety Yack is offering free portrait sittings until Nov. 19. Call 962-3912 or drop by 106 Union to schedule an appointment. One Student Congress Seat repres enting Granville Towers (Dist. 10) is open. Any interested Granville resi dents should come by Suite C to obtain a petition. The MBA Program will present Hugh McColl, Jr., Chairman of the Board, NCNB Corporation, Tuesday, Nov. 18 at 12:30 p.m. in the Hanes Art Center Auditorium. A mandatory meeting of candidates for the vacant Granville Towers Student Congress seat will be held 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17 in the South Gallery of the Union. Save Your Life" f? CANCER 4 too long Dinner: 5-9, 7 days a week Lunch: 11:30-2, Monday-Friday 493-8096 967-8227 Major credit cards Hwy 54 East at 1-40 Klaus Maria Brandauer m going. It's clear McGowan will be missed, but Harris and No. 1 runner Jim Farmer should do well, and other UNC runners may pull some surprises. "I would hope Reggie's in the top 25," said men's coach Chris Fox. "He's becoming a national-class runner." CROSS COUNTRY NOTES This weekend's Region III Cham pionships is the qualifying meet for the NCAA Championships, which will be held in Tucson, Ariz. The third region includes teams from Florida to Kentucky, excluding Virginia. Running for the UNC men's team will be Farmer, Harris, Mike Cur rinder, Danny Howat, Eric Landis and Chuck Lotz. Last year, the Tar Hdels qualified for nationals with a third-place finish. This year, the top teams will be N.C. State, Florida, (Hljp Satlg Classified Classified Info The Daily Tar Heel does not accept cash for payment of classified advertising. Pleas let a check or money order be your receipt Return ad and payment to the DTH office by noon the business day before your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid. Rates: 25 words or less Students, Student Organizations and Individuals: $2.00 per day Consecutive day rates: 2 days $3.25 3 days $4.00 4 days $4.75 5 days $5.00 Businesses: $4.50 per day 5 for each additional word $1.00 per day for any boxed ad or bold type Free ads: FOUND ads wUI run five days FREE. Please notify the DTH office immediately if there are mistakes in your ad. We will be responsible only for the first ad run. announcements AUDITIONS: UNC GLEE CLUBS - Spring '87. Contact Professor Tamte-Horan, 225 Hill Hall, 962-5695 or 1039. lost and found LOST: six to seven keys and silver token on a key ring near University Square. Eternally grateful if returned. Call 933-2403. LOST: Gold Rope Chain Bracelet. Lost on November 7. If found, please contact Martha at 933-8002. FOUND: SWKS Watch left in gym locker room by man talking about the Haw. Call 966-4657 for information. Avoid the lottery blues. Apply now! All apartments on the bus line to UNC. Call today for full information 967-2231 or 967-2234. In North Carolina call toll-free 1-800-672- 1678. Nationwide, call toll free 1-800-334-1656. Equal Opportunity Housing The Apartment reopie $2.50 UNTH. 6 PM DAILY ALL A, . i'ilrilf'in':Air,'il1 , "A CHEERFUL FRfiT-IIOUSE VHlSIOil OF 'TOOTSIE'..." " 'soul nrjj' is very, very good ...HAS A LOT OF HEART." IstaTCSY Jmns Ecrl Jcnss Is c!lfiiijf lrsKn!d2llnn... Am Gross C.zzll C 3 IP Ui 3 15. J CI Mi J JUL o J A COMEDY WITH HEART AND a ii nis m on n i us Fins i n no hi I HI li 11 SI1S MI USD-1 B EDM 1SS-IUKS iiynfflBiiBisisifissgiSB - Ei'iDDnHuiiH-nDnsiinD-iEiBisiyi : ' iro i3iNwcmM) NEW WORLD PICTURES (XH-I OfiW SliwiiiliO Bl ii Virginia Tech, Kentucky, East Ten nessee State and UNC. Even if UNC does not qualify as a team, the individual runners can earn a trip to Tucson by finishing among the top seven individuals whose teams do not qualify. For instance, if Harris finished in six teenth place and nine runners ahead of him were members of the top four teams, he would qualify as the seventh individual. The UNC women's team, led by Karol Chambers have an even tougher road to nationals. The Tar Heels must finish among the top three in a region that includes such national powerhouses as N.C. State, Florida and Wake Forest. Other than Chambers, UNC will be represented by Vicki Verinder, Kim Shuman, Carmen Richardson, Jennifer Sallez, Jeanne Matta and Heather Zimmerman. (Ear Uni Advertising FOUND: On Oct. 31st by E-haus dorm gold ring with stone. Call Alice 933-4907. LOST: A gray glasses case with a pair of glasses on Thursday November 6th. Around Big Frat Court. Please call 933-4852 if found. Trubytoes took a hike! Young neutered male tabbycat. Two collars, rabies tag. 204 Pritchard Ave. 962-1048 days; 968-0460 evenings. Please help us find him. FOUND: Keys, Keys, Keys! Bowling Bags coBalls, pictures of soccer team, contacts in cases, dental school teeth, motorcycle helmet, notebooks and more! Come by APO in Union to identify. FOUND: Laura Riggsbee, Susan Justus, William Kay, Kevin Lackey, Erin Thompson, Gordon Watt, Mary Bryan, Jordan Washbum- ID's; Koura Kulpreat Bus Pass; Daniel White, Cris Yearout- Bank Cards. APO in the Union. Lost: Gold Loop Earring on Nov. 7. If found please call 933-4357. LOST: A GOLD ROPE CHAIN on 1111. If found Please call Beth at 968-0131. Reward offered services Abortion To 20 Weeks. Private and confidential GYN facility with Saturday and weekday appointments available. Pain medicaion given. Ftp? pregnancy tests. 942-0824. Typing Typing Typing 933-2163 Typing Typing Typing Move It Locally Rent my truck and my labor. I do small moving jobs. Experienced moving refrigerators and other large appliances. Call Robert Tart at 933-3777. Party Non-Stop until you Drop! E.J. & Company has it all! Call Andy at 929-7455 for Rock, Beach, Oldies, Funk, and Top 40. Party DJ! JUST YOUR TYPE Word Processing Service will type your papers, dissertations, letters, etc. quickly and professionally. Emergency typing welcome. 489-8700 (call 24 hrs.). CROCODILE DUNDEE Mon.-Fri. 7:05 & 9:10 'poTSI Sat & Sun. Mat 2:05 & 4:10 TAI PAN Mon.-Fri. 7:00 & 9:20 (5j Sat & Sun. Mat 2:00 & 4:20 SOMETHING WILD Mon.-Fri. 7:00 & 9:15 Sat & Sun. Mat 2:00 & 4:15 LATE SHOWS: Fri. & Sat. Pink Floyd's TL1P? tir All tf a vi I incnALL fit i Ht SHINING" VShow8Start at 11:45 All Seats $2.00 J ELLIOT ROAD E. FRANKLIN 967-4737 DAY TUES. (EXC. HOLIDAYS) WHS SOUL. iistisiiB - iieiuiu N.C. PREMIERE TODAY! 2:50 . 5:10 . 7:25 . 9:30 3:00 . 5:05 . 7:10 . 9:20

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