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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, January 19, 1987, Page 6, Image 6

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gir'mpiiniit ijih NpignnsjMjn f 1 f 11 6The Daily Tar Heel Monday, January 19, 1987 Gymnasts open season jwith easy win over JMU By PARIS GOODNIGHT Staff Writer The Tar Heel gymnasts opened up their season with some falls, stum bles and mistakes, but still breezed by James Madison 176.85 to 163.05 Saturday night. The closest James Madison was to actually competing with North Carolina was in the category of music selection for the floor exer cises. In everything else, the Tar Heels dominated. Stacy Kaplan won the all-around events with a score of 36.2, followed by teammates Amy Bincarousky with 35.85 and Missy Shaffner at 34.35. Tm pleased with how 1 opened the season," said Kaplan. "It's nice to get one meet under our belt. We're right where we want to be to start but we can improve a lot." Kaplan finished first in the floor exercises with a 9.45, with Binca rousky at 9.25 and Barbi Callahan at 9.15 filling the next two spots. Kaplan also won the vault compe tition with a 9.35 followed by Bincarousky with a 9.15. Callahan and Shaffner tied at 8.80. Kristin Bilotta won the beam competition with a score of 9.15 r&T American Heart Association WE'RE FIGHTING FORVOUR LIFE Avoid the lottery blues. Apply nowl All apartments on the bus line to UNC. Fantastic Social Program. Call today for full information. 967-223 ? or 967-2234. In North Carolina call toll-free 1-800-672-1678. Nationwide, call toll-free 1-800-334-1656. The Apartment People X Present this Coupon When Ordering I S SPRING BREAK SPECIALS Tiy Something Different This Year Acapulco: March 7-18 8 nights air from Atlanta Triple $474 Double $514 Bahamas Princess Casino: March 8-3 nights $279 March 11 -4 nights s329 air from Raleigh We also have Jamaica and London specials SVHoin SSfsst pqvI U2 E. SVSain SBves Ganboflo -968-4 800 Mm oam mmm mmm rr Wrestling vs. N.C. State 7:30 p.m. Carmichael Aud. followed by Kaplan. Elizabeth Boul ton and Shaffner tied for third. Bincarousky won on the bars with a 9.15, Shaffner finished second and Kaplan tied with Laura Peterson of James Madison for third. Coach Derek Galvin said, "1 was pleased with our dance on floor and on beam. The bars and beams are the last two to come around and become consistent." The Tar Heels had problems staying on the bars and the beams with almost everyone on the team having falls that cost a half point each. "We had a lot more falls than 1 expected," said Galvin. "Some of our girls had some falls but did better overall." The overflow crowd of about 700 at Fetzer Gym's room 112 was very pleased with what it saw by both teams. Kaplan was the biggest crowd pleaser, especially with the dramatic beginning of her floor routine near the end of the meet. The judges agreed with the fans and gave her the highest score of the night, a 9.45. Galvin said the Tar Heels may try to add some difficulty to some of the routines this week in preparation for the next meet against N.C. State and George Washington. He said the gymnmasts had already met the judges' demands for difficulty in each routine and now he wants to move toward additional bonus points that come with harder routines. The won-loss column shows a victory for North Carolina but the team is still not as good as they could be, said Galvin. "Had they not had the falls, they would be where 1 think they should be." 1 m lis aft , w i. AiJLBJLBVrXtr' SwiJR rtr mm THEATRES The Color Purple PG-13 5:30 8:30 3 Uil HUtmim STHIT WM1 THE MORNING AFTER GQ 5:15-7:15 9:15 lM:WII.'M 1 UlTHUMlMSTftiil Classified Info The Daily Tar HmI does not accept cash for payment of classified advertising. Please 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 i run. Ads must be prepaid. ; Rates: 25 words or less i 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 ; 5C for each additional word , $1.00 per day for any boxed ad or bold type 1 Free ads: FOUND ads will 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 UNC WATER POLO SPRING SEASON ORGANIZA TIONAL MEETING MONDAY, JANUARY 19th at 7:00 in the 2nd floor Union Lounge. Newcomers are welcome! For more info, call Jon at 929-9657. College Bowl is hosting a SE regional tournament January 23rd, 24th. Any and all individuals desiring to help leave your names and telephone numbers in Room 200 Student Union Come join a league at the Carolina Union! Leagues begin Tuesday, January 20th at 7PM. For more information concerning this league, please stop by the lanes or give us a call at 967 3649. COME DANCING! Shagging and more - at "The Monday Night Dance Party", 119 7:30 PM in the Women's Gym. Sponsored by the UNC Ballroom Dance Club. GUIDED TOUR OF THE SOVIET UNION May 11 28, 1987 with Professor E.W. Brooks, UNC History Dept. Visit MOSCOW, LENINGRAD, TBILISI, TASHKENT, KHIVA, with overnight in Helsinki, Finland. $2073. from New York includes all travel, meals, first class hotels. Tour may be taken for course credit. For flyer and details, come to a meeting on Tuesday, January 20 at 4:30 PM in 420 Hamilton Hall; or call 2 5043 or drop by my office (475 Hamilton Hall). AMERICAN J? CANCER f SOCIETY th, LOFT GUITARS DRUMS KEYBOARDS ELECTRONICS LESSONS WE'RE SELLING IT ALL TOO CHEAP MON. TUES. SAT - 10-6 . 968"4411 WED, THURS, FRI 10-8 Close to UNC 300 E Main St.. Carrboro Rignt off the Dike path ,Hi. 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A moving altowence to Nashville will be paid plus the company will assist in guiding you to desirable housing. Regardless of your major if you have an interest in retail, then we're interested in you! See us on campus, February. 9 am 3 pm as we interview for summer interns. To schedule an interview, please contact your placement office. EOE. lost and found Found: Set of keys in planetarium parking lot on dark blue plastic key chain. Call 967 4488 between 5:00 and 9:00pm to claim. LOST: Blue Levi jean jacket taken at Purdy's this past Sat. night. Had brown leather wallet in pocket with I.D. card but no money. If found please call 933-0123. FOUND: A bracelet near Student Store - before Christmas break. Call 967-5944 for information. Ask for Robin. LOST: BLACK PURSE CONTAINING STUDENT I.D. ON JAN. 8 AROUND FRAT COURT. REWARD IF FOUND. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. 933 1465. FOUND: Black leather purse with Volkswagon keys with initial S on keyring. Call 929 2593. Found; Ladies white leather gloves in Berryhill bathroom on 17. Call 933 7036 to claim. LOST: Gold herringbone bracelet 112 between Phillips and Carroll about 12:00. If found, please cad 933-4430. A reward is offered. I would be greatful. FOUND: A pair of blue contact lenses in a white plastic case. Call 968-1892. FOUND: Scarf behind Smith on Jan. 15. Call Donna at 933 8084 to claim. FOUND: One Basketball, Thursday night 9:00 to 9:30. Woollen Gym. Call 967-6954 and identify it. services Abortion To 20 Weeks. Private and confidential GYN facility with Saturday and weekday appointments available. Pain medication given. Free pregnancy tests. 942 0824. 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? TAMBAY DISC JOCKEY SERVICE can give you today's hits, yesterday's classics, and tommorrow's cutting edge for a reasonable price. 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Call Rob - 904371-6321 8-5 Mon Fri. Have we got something for you . . . BEST ACC SPORTS COVERAGE and much more ... THE NEWS & OBSERVER Sign up for your semester subscription today in the pit. January 5 - January 9 Delivery begins January 12. Part-time sales positions available. Inquire at table. Secretary for Synagogue 27 hrs.wk., dictaphone, clerical, computerWord Star helpful. Phone 489-7062, leave message. Outdoor Work Available! 10-15 Hrs.week. $4.50 $5.00 hr, weekends included. Must have car! Call 1-828-9491 for interview date. We can work to your schedule. We are a business located in Raleigh but you'll be working in DurhamChapel Hill area. Two blind studdents immediatley need qualified dependable readers who are willing to do research in library for an undergrad history course. The rate is $4 hr. The readers should have own transportation. Please contact Linda 942-6648. One or two waiters and one or two dishwashers needed for sorority house. Salary plus meals for dishwashers, meals for waiters Sorority House. Call 967-6001 and leave message. Summer Job Interviews: Average earnings $3,400. Gain valuable experience in advertising, sales, and public relations selling yellow page advertising for the UNC Campus Telephone Directory. Opportunity to travel nationwide. Complete training program in North Carolina (expenses paid). Looking for enthusiastic, goal oriented students for challenging, well-paying summer job. Sign up for interviews with University Directories at University Career Planning and Placement Services by March 27. BABY SITTER occasional Saturday nights. Bright 6-year-old and adorable baby. MUST have own car and experience with babies. Prefer recent references. 493 7772 (Falconbridge) Responsible, kind person netded to provide after school childcare M F, 3-5p. References and own transpor tation required. 967-7371. 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