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v 2The DailyJar Heel Thursday, September 24, 1937
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"Where new friendships are made and
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WERE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE
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f This week, for your dining pleasure, we sent several DTH staff members out to report on just
what this town offers to tempt your tastebuds. (It was a tough job. but somebody had to do
it) So. rebel against those mandatory meal plans and stop eating cold Beanee Weenees in your room.
REAL food awaits breakfast brunch, salads, sandwiches, subs, steaks. Chinese. Mexican. Italian,
Greek, beer, wine . . . and of course, desserts. Bon Appetitl
7 You know it It's practically common knowledge. And. of course, he knows it Joe Bob is bad.
He tells of the recent chance he had to prove it in a New York City subway. Then, he survived
to gripe about some drive-in movie classics that were filmed long ago but HAVE YET TO BE RELEASED.
Where are the Communists responsible for such villiany? Check it out with Joe Bob.
Ay Mutations and music. This isn't a new sci-fi musical, it's hardcore. Randy Bullock gives you his
views and reviews of the hardcore scene, imported straight from its Washington D.C. origins. Hardcore
seems to be following a collision course with mainstream music, and integrity and a sense of purpose
are at stake. Here's your chance to get the scoop.
S What's cookin'? In the first installment of our new cooking column. Assistant University Editor
Rachel Orr found out from Jamey Davis how dorm inhabitants can cook sumptuous and simple
fare. So, dig out those spatulas and grab a pan. This week, you too. can learn how to create the
exquisite gourmet meal: pigs-in-a-blanket
A O After 10.000 miles of travel across the country introducing America to their country-flavored.
' rockin' love songs, the Chapel Hill band HEGE V has a new album, a new video, one of the
nation's hottest new sounds. James Burrus talks with the band's members, whose new-found success
was founded on songs inspired by the lead singer's broken heart Read about the band behind their
House of Tears. Coming soon to a club near you.
f 7wake up you sleepyheadsl Mid-terms are just around the corner, but they're not here yet. so
' -take charge of your life go out. Places to go. things to see, stuff to do and culture to absorb
it's all here in Week's fare. .-.
A ft Open mike night Monday night readings, and a man who can sing in nine different languages.
' T'What a line-up. Staff writer Kathy Peters takes you back to the 60s with her impression of
the site of these unusual entertainment acts. Durham's Bread 'N Board Cafe. Oh. and the food's not
A Let's call out for pizzal A familiar college refrain what would a college diet be without take-
vJout supplements? The list of the Chapel Hill deliveries almost tops the number of bars, but
we did our best to send your fingers walking in the right direction. Minimum order necessary. Extra
cheese not included.
Staff: James Burrus. Chris Cain, Joanne Gordon, Jenny Livingston. Kathy Peters; Lisa Lorentz,
copy editor; Ruth Davis, layout design.
Cover art by Trip Park
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