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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, July 14, 1987, Page 7, Image 7

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8The Tar Heel Tuesday, July 14, 1987 J Chapel HUlfc Lunch and Dinner Sandwiches are served with your choice of one of our tasty side orders: Blackeyed peas & corn, potato salad, corn chips, cole slaw, pinto beans, or buffalo chips (prepared in all vegetable oil) Please place your order at the bar and pay at that time (cash only). Cfe&s&Saha A tangy snack for anytime. Hamburg0, Half pound of fresh lean ground beef grilled CD order and served on a toasted poppy seed roll with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. OSS L2S 330 3.75 Our delicious hamburger wiih aged New York cheddar cheese Drtve-fei Burger 3.75 Homemade chili and cole slaw, tomato, and mayonnaise top our famous burger. rh2y Steak Sandwich 530 Grilled choice ribeye steak served on toasted French bread with aged Swiss cheese and sauteed onions. GrBed Entwurst 2.75 An authentic German bratwurst steamed in beer on crusty French bread with our special mustard and hot chow chow. fes&raml &. Swiss Bubfei 3.75 Better than your average reuben! A grilled sandwich with pastrami, sauerkraut, sautred onions, aged Swiss cheese, and our special sauce on rye. Cubano 3.75 Roasted pork tenderloin and grilled smoked ham on a toasted poppy seed roll with aged Swiss cheese and a mild horseradish sauce. WE2e?s Famous GbS 2.75 Homemade beef and bean chili in a flour tortilla shell, topped with onions, celery, and aged cheddar cheese. Served with corn chips. Leghorn's Chicken Sandwich 3.75 Fresh boneless chicken breast, lightly marinated, dipped in a beer batter, cooked crisp and served on a toasted poppy seed roll with lettuce, tomato, ana mayonnaise. I A CrSSed Chicken Breast Sandwkh 4X0 Our marinated chicken breast, grilled and served on toasted oat bread witn aged Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. Cakn Cr!3 4j00 New Orleans spices and our fresh chicken breast grilled. (A great combi nation.) Served on toasted oat bread with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. WSd Turkey Sandwkh 4j00 Turkey breast roasted in our ovens, sliced, served on toasted oat bread with cucumbers and a cream cheese and tarragon dressing. Chkfcen Salad Sandwkh 3.25 Old fashioned chicken salad made fresh with almonds, celery, and special seasonings witn lettuce on oat bread. Tuna Salad Seattle . 3.75 Chitted homemade albacore tuna salad, served in a flour loruiia sneu witn corn cmps ana garnisnea witn lettuce c ftr- Serins Catden Salad 4.25 A tossed green salad with fresh vegetables, roasted turkey and lightly smoked ham, aged Swiss and cheddar cheeses with our homemade herb vinaigrette, served in a flour tortilla shell with corn chips, vegetables only ...... 230 Vegetables & Cheese only 3jOO New York frankfurter ........................ An authentic New York frank, grilled, on a whole wheat bun with mustard, chili, cole slaw, and onions or mustard and sauerkraut. A La Carte Side OrcSsrs (each) .75 Choose any of our delicious side orders a carte: blackeyed peas & corn, potato salad, cole slaw, pinto beans, com chips, or salsa. Buffalo Chps L50 A large order of our special potatoes. Prepared in all vegetable oil. A&dFIe L25 Our own Haagen Dazs coffee and chocolate ice cream pie, topped with Hershey's hot fudge. All menu items are available for take-out Call 929-2708. Main & Wraver Streets. The Flatiron Building in Downtown Carrboro. 2.25 US. OLYMPIC DP FESTIVAL-87 1 fv J NCflS NORTH f iTl CAROLINA l J v,. Two minutes is too long tor Calabash Even second counts when you're cookin' Calabash. Vt hen 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! A.VULl IHtFltS 1 1L rrr SEAFOOD RESTAURANT where the cookin's timed m seconds Dinner.- 5-9. davs a week Lunch: 11:30-2. Mondav-Fridav 493-80 "-8 " Major credit cards Hwv S-i East at IhO m 0 D Q D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D ? From Subway Buy Any Subway Regular 6" Snack Med. Drink & Chips 3)99 nr. m ONLY Limit One Per Customer Expires 7987 Shonpiny CwJttT Carrhtirt, fflB3Bifflfflfl 929-2288 Dtwntown : Chapel Hill . ' 967-5400 (coming S(Kn to Glenwood Shopping Center) Eastyatc ShDppiny Center Chapel Hill 967-SUBS D 0 D Q Q D D 0 D D D 0 D D 0 0 D D 0 a c3 WERE FIGHTING FOR V3URUFE American Hoart Association Athletes from page 3 can't help but notice the soccer competition July 18-25 at Duke Soccer Stadium. No fewer than 15 former or current Tar Heels, including 13 women, will patrol the Festival pitch. On the men's side, David Smyth will play for the North and Donald Cogsville for the South. Smyth, a 6-3 midfielder from Hicksville, N.Y., and Cogsville, a 6-2! for ward from Trenton, N.J., both recently ended their UNC careers. On the women's side, the Tar Heel contingent is led by three time All-America April Heinrichs, the 1987 Women's Soccer Athlete of the Year. This will be the first Festival appearance for Heinrichs, who will play for the South team. UNC's all-time leading scorer missed last year's Houston Festi val while traveling through Italy with the U.S. National team. Other Tar Heels joining Hein richs on the South team are Tracey Bates, Keath Castelloe, Wendy Gebauer, Joan Dunlap, Beth Huber, Bettina Bernardi, Andrea Zeman and Carla Werden. The East team boasts UNC products Kim Crabbe and Betsy Drambour, while the West team has rising UNC sophomore Shan non Higgins of Kent, Wash., and Dori Kovanen, a graduate from Seattle. In track, former UNC distance runner Jim Cooper will compete in the steeplechase. Track and field events will be held July 24-26 at Duke's Wallace Wade Stadium. PYEWAGKET RESTAURANT MONDAY BLUES WEDNESDAY JAZZ THURSDAY CONTEMPORARY AND TRADITIONAL W. FRANKLIN 929-0297 THE COURTYARD CHAPEL HILL

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