North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
6The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, January 20, 1987
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.
7 p.m. Healthy Heels will have an
organizational meeting in
Room 210 of the Union.
Alpha Epsilon Delta, the
Pre-med Pre-dent Honor
Society, will meet in the
I) nion. Dr. Joseph De Walt
w ill speak on Sports Med
icine. Everyone is welcome
I NC Great Decisions will
hold its first meeting for
students enrolled in INTS
93 in the New Art Building.
Bring $7 for course book.
7:30 p.m. Real Life Fellowship will
have a Bible Study in
Room 220 of the Union.
Items of Inferos!
All organizations interested in
buying a page in the 1987 Yacketv
m) March of Dimes
jXS wmmm bm?th defects foundation bbmhi
M II Ml 1 1 1 1 1 Ml I I
Mi oo ti
H r oo
' 1 70
-A HI DEI. Y HII.ARIOl S t OMF.OY...woitdrrfMy texy.
drlkmn mud downright inftclkmi!" NEWSWEEK
11 30 TONIGHT
lil kl WON
lljfl mum miniiuiumui) ttm
Rtiif mam mu&
KOBI .R I
r",,,,"s ' tiik
J , A n a K TEK S J'EREO
l'ihihhiiiiii ii mmi mnn ii unii
Men's and Women's
Swimming and Diving vs.
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY
ALEX, BROWN & SONS,
a leading investment banker to emerging
growth companies is interviewing graduating
seniors for its two year corporate finance
We will be on campus interviewing
Wed, Feb. 11. Res umes must be
submitted to the Office of Career Planning
and Placement TODAY, Jan. 20.
Alex, Brown & Sons
Established 1800-Americas's Oldest Name in
135 East Baltimore St,
Baltimore, MD 21202
Members NY Stock Exchange, Inc. and other Leading
Yack call 962-3912 this week to set
1986 Yacketv Yack yearbooks are
in! Come by 106 Union if you ordered
Selected works by members of the
UNC faculty will be on display at
Ackland Jan. 17 to Feb. IS. Exhi
bition hours are 10 a.m. to S p.m.
"Early Development of the Micro
scope: From the 17th Century to the
Present" will be presented through
April on the second floor of the
Health Sciences Library. x
Works by first-year master of fine
arts students at UNC will be on
display in Hanes Center through Jan.
Theta Chi Fraternity will hold an
informational rush meeting Jan. 22
at 5:30 p.m. in the Union.
Tri-Sigma National Sorority will
hold informal rush from 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. Jan. 20 at the Tri-Sigma house
at 307 E. Franklin St.
College Bowl is seeking volunteers
to help Friday, Jan. 23, 6:30 p.m.
9 p.m., and Saturday, Jan. 24, 8:30
a.m. 5 p.m., at the UNC Invita
tional Tournament. Sign up at 200
Union by Jan. 21.
Student Health Services Mental
Health Division is now forming a
support group for gay and lesbian
students. For information and sign
up, call 966-3658.
UNC Women's Lacrosse Club will
not hold practice today, Jan. 20.
UNC Women's Crew needs expe
rienced coxswains. Call Liz at 929
2904 or Andrew at 968-8077 or 962
7191 bv Jan. 23.
BEST ACTOR B
- : '- - --BEST-ORIGINAL
7:15 40 PG
The Daily Tar Heel does not accept cah 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
run. Ads must be prepaid.
Rates: 25 words or less
Students, Student Organizations and
$2.00 per day
Consecutive day rates: -
2 days $3.25
3 days $4.00
4 days $4.75
5 days $5.00
$4.50 per day
5c for each additional word
$1.00 per day for any boxed ad or bold type
FOUND ads will run five days FREE.
Please notify the-DTH office immediately H
there are mistakes in your ad. We will be
responsible only for the first ad run.
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.
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
962 5043 or drop by my office (475 Hamilton Hall).
Freshmen, Sophomore and Jaaiors
ABS General Meeting
Wednesday, Janaary 21, 3:30
New Carroll T-7
TV T UNIVERSITY OF
A GLOBAL UNIVERSITY
Graduate degree programs
(MA, PhD) in International
Affairs witn a policy emphasis.
Special fields: International
business, development, eco
nomics, strategic studies.
Area concentrations: Latin
America, Soviet Studies and
the Middle East.
Dual degree programs in in
ternational business (MBA
MA) and urban and regional
Fellowships and other finan
cial aid available Apply by
OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
EQ BOX 248123C
CORAL GABLES, FL 33124
lathj Star Mnl
Rush Alpha Phi Omcga-Co-Ed Service FRATERNITY
BLOODMOBILES . . Book Co-Op . . . Campus Tours
. . . Lost and Found ... and More! January 20 and
22, 7 pm, Room 224 Union.
A representative from the Bureau of Labor Statistics
will interview candidates for permanent and summer
positions as statisticians Wednesday, January 21, 1987
at Career Planning and Placement.
EXPERIENCED COXINS The Women's
Crew needs yont For farther information
please call Liz at 929-2904 or Andrew at
968-8077962.7191 by this Friday, 123.
lost and found
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.
LOST: BLACK PURSE CONTAINING STUDENT l.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 call 933-4430.
A reward is offered. I would be grateful.
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.
Found: black gloves in Lenoir Hall last Friday; call Mark
at 968 87 12 between 5: 15 and 6: 15.
On Friday night January 16 I lost a 14k V-Shaped
Necklace. 1 have had it less than a month. Please return
if found. Sizeable reward! 933-8445.
FOUND: Lady's watch before basketball game Sunday
on the steps behind Hinton-James. Call 933-8165. Ask
FOUND: Pen. Please call to identify. 967-8783.
LOST; 1987 Ladies UNC CLASS RING -gold with
flat top. Initials inside: PJR. Please call 967-5643.
Abortion To 20 Weeks. Private and confidential GYN
facility with Saturday and weekday appointments
available. Pain medication given. Free pregnancy tests.
Move It Locally
Rent my truck and my labor. 1 do small moving jobs.
Experienced moving refrigerators and other large
appliances. Call Robert Tart at 933-3777.
TAMBAY is the DJ service
for all your party needs.
PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Free pregnancy
testing and counseling. Call PSS at 942-7318. All
The Color Purple
UST HUNUM ITKf T
mmur iff LIMfe?
i?fi$tw fnr, 'itikr
t-i y 1
?:-&&IL-V...V,'.y....... - .
When your stereo components need repair
I offer the fastest service and the bngest guarantee.
Need a part-time evening position? Health care company
in Durham needs a Mail Clerk to process outgoing mail
from 6-10 pm. Involves some heavy lifting. Also
responsible for night time security procedures and
answering incoming phone calls. HS required. Send
resume indicating salary requirements and daytime
phone number to : Personnel Representative
Coastal Group, Inc.
P.O. Box 15309 .
Durham, NC 27704
Need Money? Part-time job available . Rent Refrigerators
to UNC students. 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.
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 youll be working
in DurhamChapel Hill area.
Two blind students immediately need qualified depen
dable readers who are willing to do research in library
for an undergrad history course. The rate is $4hr. The
readers should have own transportation. Please contact
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
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
Responsible, kind person needed to provide afterschool
childcare M F, 3-5p. References and own transpor
tation required. 967-7371.
NEEDED parkins monitors for the following:
Regnlar monitors to ticketblock 7:30-10 am
M-F, 10-2:30 pm T & Thnrs.
Booth attendants to work in Visitors Lot
7:30-10 am M.W.F & 10-12 noon Tnes. and
Night shift to ticketblock 5:30-8:30 pm Tnes
Sign np for the Genesis Concert will be
available by Jan 20, 1987.
All interested iaqniries shonld come by
Parkins Control at B13 YMCA BldS. (962
7144). Desk attendent needed on Tues. and Thurs. evenings
and alternate weekends. Must have clerical skills and
pleasant telephone manner and ability to work with
people of all ages. Contact Chapel Hill Carrboro
YMCA, 980 Airport Rd. 942 5 156.
College students needed to set up displays and hand
out samples for major sun tan lotion company. Need
to be available weekends during school and full time
during summer. For more information call 919-269-4783.
Drivers and phone help wanted: 4-9hr. Flexible hours
for students. Fun atmosphere! Apply at Pizza Delight
between 4:00 and 6:00, Monday-Friday. Ask for Chris.
Paid volunteers with asthma needed for clinical study.
ELLIOT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN
$2.50 Tit ma.T UKTrci(tX.BUttrc)
STEVE GUTTENBERGEUZABETH McGOVERN
THE BEDROOM WINDOW (R)
3.-00 &10 720 9:30
BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS (PG-13)
3.-00 5,-0(1 7:10 920
: RUTGER HAUER
WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE (R)
3:10 5:15 73 9:40
Let Subway prepare an exciting 6-foot Sub.
for your Superbowl party. We'll make an
appetizing six feet's worth of our classic
Italian EMT, Subway Club, Tuna, Seafood &
Crab, Roast Beef, Turkey Breast, Ham &
Cheese. Something for everyone! Party
Hearty and save at Subway. Please give us 24
hours notice. (Offer expires 12687)
Franklin Centre Eastgate Shopping Center
. Willowcreek Shopping Center
Hours: 10:30 am-2:00 am Sun.-Thurs.
10:30 am-3:00 am Fri. & Sat.
Wanted: tenors- must enjoy good music and company
and be ready to see New Orleans over Spring Break.
Call the Glee Clubs at 962-5695 or 942 4548.
Summer. Career! Good Pay. Travel.
Call For Guide, Cassette, Newsservice!
(916) 944 4444 Ext. 132..
Library Assistant: News library needs data entry person
25 hrsweek. Minimum 1 yr. committment. Typing or
Data entry experience required. Hours flexible, but
weekdays preferred. Starting salary 5.50hr. Call Patricia .
Wood, 682 8181 ext. 211. :
TALENTED ACTIVITY LEADERS
POSITIONS NOW available for outgoing mid and upper
level students and grads as cabin leaders with talents
in Land Sports, Tennis, Gymnastics, Swimming (WSI),
Sailing, Canoeing, Water Skiing, Crafts, Woodworking,
Ceramics, Nature, Pioneering and Music at Leading
Private Co-ed Camp with excellent modern facilities on
380 acre lakeside campus (150 miles from NYC);
working with a professional staff from all areas. June
20 Aug 21. Write: CAMP STARLIGHT, 18 Clinton
Street, Malverne, NY 11565 or call 516 599 5239 to
arrange early campus interview. (Field Work for credit
available when request is approved.)
COUNSELORS: For boy's camp in Maine. Openings
in most activities (WWSI, tennis, basketball, etc.) Upper
classmen preferred. Write: Camp Cedar, 1758 Beacon '
St., Brookline, MA 02 146 or call 617-277-8080.
M atnrc experienced person available for chiM
care, evening and weekends; infants and
larse families welcome. Call days 962-4252,
evenings 968-9945 for Mary.
EPA NEEDS HEALTHY NON SMOKERS age 18 35
for breathing studies at UNC-CH paying $7 to $10 an
hour. For information on how to become a paid
volunteer call 966-1532. Sorry, all of our studies for white
females are currently full.
18 to 30 year old white men with respiratory colds and
flu needed for paid EPA Research Study at UNC. You
must be a non-smoker in good general health-no asthma
or hay fever. Call Dr. Chapman at 541-5026 or the
recruitment office u 966-1532 as soon as you think you
are getting a cold or the flu.
Need responsible person to provide child care
for two year old boy daring Carolina Basket
ball Games. $6hoar. Call 929-3154 after 6 or
Interested in working for WXYC Sports. Meeting
Thursday 12287 at 6:00 PM in the WXYC newsroom
for former and new people.
SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD - Town of Chapel Hill.
Needed at Phillips Jr. High (Estes Dr), 7:30-8:30 am
& 2:30-3:30 pm on schooldays. Must have transpor
tation, be reliable, able to work in inclement weather.
$6.00hr. Apply at Municipal Bldg., 306 N. Columbia.
Drivers Wanted: We need experienced
drivers: Earn $3.75 per hoar pins 5 of
gross pins tips. Mast have license, insu
rance and reliable car. Call 967-3636 after
2 PM or apply CHECKERS PIZZA 303 W.
Rapidly Growing National Mail Order Company
seeks individual to work full-time in Returns
Department. Responsibilities include inspecting
returned merchandise, filling out forms, processing
returns. Eye for detail necessary. Knowledge of
bicycles helpful. Apply in person to performance
Bicycle Shop, 404 E. Main Street, Carrboro. Please
mention this add when applying.
Part-time Customer Service Operators needed
mornings and evenings by fast growing mail order
company. Answer our toll free lines taking orders
for merchandise and handling inquiries from
customers. Retailing, typing and bicycling expe
rience are helpful but not required. If you have a
good telephone manner enjoy working with people
and would like to work 20 to 35 hoursweek, this
is an excellent position for you. We offer compre
hensive training and excellent pay. Reply to
Performance Bicycle Shop, 404 E. Main St.,
Clerical workers needed by rapidly growing mail
order company for our night shift, 11 PM-7- AM.
Responsibilities include typing, filing, data entry and
some phone customer contact. Must be able to
type 35 plus WPM. Apply in person to Performance
Bicycle Shop, 404 E. Main Street. Please mention
this add when applying.
Rapidly growing national mail order company has
part-time opening in data entryreturns depart
ment. Position involves entering returns informa
tion into computer and serving as back up for other
data entry tasks. Must be able to type 40 plus WPM.
Word processing experience desirable but not
required. Apply in person to Performance Bicycle
Shop, 404 E. Main St., Carrboro. Please mention
this add when applying.
Crooks Corner is hiring full and part-time cooks
and dish men. Apply in person before 5pm Daily.
610 W. Franklin St.
QUALIFIED TO WORK WITH CHILD
REN? We are a non-profit referral agency
that helps parents make child care arran
gements; We are looking for caregivers
with experience andor training to work
in the child's home part-time, fall-days,
evenings, weekends, over-night. Call
Child Care Networks 942-91S4.
Avoid the lottery blues. Apply now!
All apartments on the bus line to
UNC. Fantastic Social Program. Call
today for full information. 967-223 1
or 967-2234. In North Carolina call
toll-free 1-800-672-1678. '
Nationwide, call toll-free
The Apartment People