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2The Daily Tar fleel Thursday, April 16, 1987
Week 2 of Performance Price Breaks has more great deals to offer.
We have marked down ail our Gore-Tex jackets and pants. The
jackets are slashed from $94.45 to an incredible $60.00, making it
affordable to outfit yourself with a pair of matching pants, regularly
$74.45, now only $50.00. We are also greatly reducing the price of
Cyclone brakesets normally selling for $49.95, a real value at
$34.95. And, finally we have priced Sanyo Generator Light Systems
from $1 8.95 to $1 3.95, a bargain that is sure to shed some light on
This sale lasts from April 1 6 until April 22. We'll be looking forward
to seeing you during Week 2 of Performance Price Breaks as well
as in the weeks to come!
Sale begins Thurs., April 16 & ends Wet4., April 22.
Hours: 9-6 Monday-Friday, 9-5 Saturday 404 East Main St.. Carrboro
(across from Kentucky Fried Chicken)
WERE FIGHTING FOR
' . EJerttfcorih & Sloan
167 t Jrmtiklia JStrwt
(Cbaprl SUl'a (Slbest anb JTtnest feeUr
This offer is good through April 30, 1987
CIST CHINS FOOD IN CHAPEL HILL
Fast Lunch Daily
Soup, choice of 17 main entrees,
fried nee, or lo mein
11:30 to 2:30
Shrimp, Chicken & Beef
$4.95 Adult $2.95 Child
All You Can Eat! -
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' The '
You'll bust a gut laughing
at Chapel Hill's 1
1 Show Thursday
Doors Open at 0:00
Emcee: Marie Israel
Come see a smashing
show and then dance
to the hottest music in
THE AMERICAN HEART
WERE FIGHTING FOR
This, space provided as a public service.
A SUPPLEMENT TO THE DAILY TAR HEEL
ls it hoops or is it rock? Well, er, ... if s local bands
vying for the Rock 'n Rollin King of Hoops Crown, a
title coined by none other than Billy Warden of the Floating
Children. Jo Fleischer details the whole zany episode.
3 James Surowiecki, literature lover from the the land of
loquation, finds himself enraptured by Robert Hughes'
"The Fatal Shore," a historical look at Australia. Find out
why in his review.
4 Don't say beer, say women's beer. The beer market
is swinging to include, slowly but surely, the OTHER
sex women who appear (gasp!) to be buying more
beer than ever.
5 Ever wonder where years after years of graffiti, that dying
art form, goes? No? All right, don't read it, but Beth
Buffington talks to the people who have to clean it up on
campus. Listen to them. Listen to the people who've read
it for years. Need we say EF. Hutton, or have you got
6 Mickey Mouse, Garfield and yeegads! even those
Cabbage Patch mushfaces are now helping you rap
long-distance. Angela Hampton tells of college students
who are letting their fingers do the walking on novelty
6 Listen to famous musicians say it in a song. Memsy
Price twists some famous lyrics and makes them have
Real meaning. It's what you've been waiting for all week:
This is it your last chance to give up picking fuzzies
JL off your carpet and catch some real culture. It's all
in Week's Fare.
2 Go bowling in Graham Memorial? Students used to.
For all you aspiring (and non-aspiring) historians out
there, here's the story behind some of UNO's oldest
3 Maybe it's a haunting legacy from the past that just
won't go away, but skateboarding, now under the
alias "skating," is wheeling back into vogue.
Iil When the Chapel Hill blues bring you down, escape
nlfto those out-of-the-way (and not-so-out-of-the-way)
joints that were right here under your little nose all the
time. Sharon Kessler gives them a look.
Ilt has been a decade since the man in horn-rimmed
Z3glasses peered across toward American shores. He's
the King Elvis Costello. Find out about the man behind
the music while you study up for his Tuesday night concert
Have a super summer. This Omni's last issue for the year.
Staff: Beth Buffington, Ellen DeRosseL Chris Cain, John
Cobbs, Teresa Eatmon, Jo Fleischer, Joanne Gordon,
Angela Hampton, Memsy Price, Sharon Kessler, James
Surowiecki, Bowen Vanderberry, Cathy McHugh, assistant
editor, Usa Lorentz and Rachel SffHsr, copy editors.
.-.' . Cover art by Tony Deifell
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