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Maryland earns From Associated Press reports GREENSBORO One year after failing to win an Atlantic Coast Conference game, the University of Maryland is bound for the NCAA post-season basketball tournament. Maryland, 17-12, was one of five ACC teams chosen by the NCAA Tournament's selection committee. The Terrapins were made the seventh seed in the Southeast bracket and will play California-Santa Barbara Fri day in Cincinnati. "I'm very happy and very excited," said Coach Bob Wade by telephone from his office in Cole Field House. Tm extremely happy for the kids. They deserve the accolades, not Bob Wade or (athletic director) Lee Perkins." Last year, Maryland went 0-14 in the ACC and finished 9-17. It was a season overshadowed by the after math of the cocaine-related death of mm Classified Advertisim) Classified Info The Daily Tar Heel does not accept cash for payment of clas sified advertising. Please let a check or money order be your receipt Return ad and payment to the DTH office by noon one business day before your ad is to run. Ads must be prepaid. Rates: 25 words or less Students, Student Organizations and Individuals: $2.00 per day Consecutive day rates: 2 days $3.25 3 days $4.00 4 days $4.50 5 days $5.00 Businesses: $5.00 per day Additional charges for ail ads: 5C per day for each additional word $1.00 per day for boxed ad or bold type Free ads: FOUND ads will run five days FREE. Please notify the DTH office imme diately H there are mistakes in your ad. We will be responsible only for the first ad run. services ABORTION To 20 Weeks. Private and confidential GYN facility with Saturday and weekday appointments available. Pain medication given. Free pregnancy tests. 942-0824. TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING 933-2163 TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING NEED A TYPIST witk rcuoMbk rates? For fast mi accurate typing call A at 929-5875. (Please aWt caO after 10pm!) THINK YOU MIGHT BE PREGNANT? Women's Health Counseling Service offers very low cost pregnancy tests and free, con fidential, unbiased counseling. Call today for an appointment, 968-4646. PREGNANT? Free pregnancy test ing. CaO PSS at 942-7318. All services confidential. AMERICAN ? CANCER V SOCIETY FRESHEN Interested in EUSINESS Wornxtfional meeting on program requirements. March 17, 4 PM, 106 Carroll Hall School of Business Are you interested in working in the Executive branch of Student Government? Applications available for Chancellor's committees and Executive Assistants and appointments available in Suite C in the Student Union and at the Union Desk. 2nd Annual Tacky Tourist Trinket Contest If you went to Heritage USA, bring us your Jim & Tammy salt & pepper shakers. Let us display your true taste ti UNC in the Union showcase. Bring your Spring Break souvenir to Rm 200 Union, by Friday, March 19 r- GALLERY -2yTC0UMITTEE Spoirfe Len Bias. Wade took over as the Terrapins' coach just one month before the season was to begin, replacing Lefty Driesell. Maryland's turnaround has been swift because of the players Wade inherited and the addition this year of freshman Brian Williams and junior-college transfer Rudy Archer. I wouldn't say I was surprised (by the swift turnaround)," Wade said. WI knew we had some outstanding student-athletes in our program. It was just a matter of if we could get it together." Maryland finished fifth in the ACC with a 6-8 record. The Terrapins' biggest conference victory was a 72 69 victory over Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Terrapins also defeated Notre Dame and Old Dominion on the road and Arkansas and South Carolina at n lost and found FOUND Outside Steele Building: One piece of jewelry. Call 966-4045 or come by 104 Steele Bldg (Student Affairs Office) to identify and claim. LOST: BLACK LEATHER JACKET on Lenoir steps. Much sentimental value. Please can Jeff at 942-8857 for reward if found. KEYS FOUND: Saturday, Feb. 27 pm on Rosemary Street. Call Mark, 933-3835. LOST: BLACK RAY BAN SUN GLASSES in Greenlaw 229. Reward offered. Call 933-1991. LOST SOMETHING 777? look for it in at the APO Lost and Found in the basement of the Carolina Union or cafl 962-1044. REWARD!! Please rctvra my GOLD BRACELET mm receive $50.00. No qaeetioae Iced. Call 933-8083. help wanted BLACK FEMALES aged 18-22 needed for diet and bone research study. $5hr. Dept. of Nutrition, 962-0022. HEALTHY. NON-SMOKERS AGES 18 35 earn $7 to $10 an hour as participants in EPA research of common air pollutants. Studies for white females full. No allergy or hay fever sufferers. Call collect (919) 966- 1532. WAITERS NEEDED One to four nights a week. Lunch and dinner for only 1 hours of light work. We are flexible! Call 967- 0553. HELP WITH SOME FIX UP and yard work around my house two days next week. $5 per hour. Call 929-1283. GRANVILLE TOWERS STUDENT DINING ASSOCIATION is now accepting applications for summer and,' or fall employment as kitchen assistants within the student -managed organization.. Advancement into the student manage ment staff is available. Annual increase and a great meal option plan are included. See the student supervisor or manager on duty every afternoon in the cafeteria, or call 968-1037 for an appointment to discuss the opportunities available. EOE MFH. HELP! WE NEED A TUTOR for STAT 23. Please call at 968-3038 and ask for Diane or Carolann. TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS needed for marketing research firm in Durham. $6.00hour. Flexible hours available. Pleasant phone voice required. Reliability is imperative. Contact Jill at 493-0777 between 3 and 5 pm only. MARKETING MAJORS OPPORTUNITY! Earn $250week Future Growth Work 8-10 hrs. per week Call Don Rutledge 967-0449 FEELING UNHAPPY OR ANXIOUS MUCH OF THE TIME? Callvisit the Wellness Center to participate in a six-week research study investigating drugless ways of coping with negative moods. Call 966-6586 (day) or 942-01 97 (evenings) for more information. flESD EXFETJEKCE? Have we sot somethins for you... CJis nowacceptins applications for Station manager Business manager Station engineer and all other positions for Fail '88 Applications available at Union Desk or STV office Applications due March 18 Sail an NCAA bid afar mn ASTHMATICS: Women and men ages 18 35 who are otherwise healthy can earn $7 to $10 an hour while participating in a new study of the special problems of air pollution and asthmatics. For more information, call 966-1253. ARE YOU LOOKING for a growing young company which offers opportuni ties for advancement? Do you enjoy working with people and have a pleasant phone manner? Can you deal effectively with the public? If you said yes to the above questions, then consider joining the telemarketing staff of the nation's fastest growing bicycle retailmail order com pany. Part-time positions are available, 20 plus hoursweek. Responsibilites include answering phones, taking orders for merchandise and handling customer inquiries. Applicants should possess above average communication skills, have previous public contact andor clerical experience, and be able to type 30 plus wpm. Must also be able to work through the summer. Complete training is pro vided. Apply at Performance Bicycle Shop. One Performance Way, Chapel Hill (located off Old Lystra Road on 15-501, near Cole Park Plaza). PAID VOLUNTEERS needed for allergy study. Adult male subjects with spring allergies needed for four week study. For further information call 787-5995 for 933 2044. EARN CASH. Help carry the most award . . winning shopping guide in the nation. The Village Advocate needs regular & substi tute carriers. Work 2-4 hoursweek. Call circulation Mon-Fri, 9 am-4 pm, 968-4801. HOUSECLEANER WANTED, weekly or twice monthly. 12 minutes from campus, friendly casual atmosphere in our happy but chaotic household. HELP! Call Jane or Jon, 383-8952. WANTED: STUDENT MONITORS FOR NCAA regional basketball games. Flexible hours from 7 am until 12 am. 2 hr minimum shift preferred. $3.50hr and access to games. Interested persons or groups should contact L.M. Reid at Parking Control. 962-7144 Mon-Fri, 730 am 4.30 pm. TYPISTS NEEDED $6.00hr to trans cribe taped interviews for George Watts Elementary School oral history project. Call Peter HesslingVan Dempsey at 962 9157. MORNING PREPDISHWASHER -7:30 am to 4:00 pm, M-F. $4.50 to start. Must be dependable. Apply in person. Breadman's Restaurant, 337 W. Rose mary St. LANDLUBBERS RESTAU RANT IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR KIT CHEN HELP, TABLE BUSERS, AND DAYTIME HOSTESS CASHIERS. LANDLUBBERS OFFERS EXCELLENT WAGES AND BENEFITS. APPLY IN PERSON. HWY 54 EAST. Be part of a special group! Sweet Caroline applications available now at Kenan Field House from 10am4pm. Applications due Mar. 15. INTERESTED IN A FREE SUMMER? apply for THE PANHELLENIC COUNCIL FRESH MAN WOMEN'S SCHOLARSHIP any second semester freshman woman is eligible Applications available at ' the Union Desk Deadline March 15 GIVE US YOUR GUSTO! mimmutj Student Chairpersons Needed for 1988-89 Union Activities Board Committees: Cabaret Performing College Bowl Arts Rim Publicity Public Gallery Relations Social Forum Special Human Projects Relations Sports & Rec Applications available at the Union Desk Deadline: Llaxch 16 home. Also among their non-conference opponents were Louisiana State and Missouri, both among the 64 teams selected for the post-season event. "Our schedule really helped us," Wade said. "We won on the road. We played well in our non-conference games and our league is no patsy." Having finished the regular season with a 16-11 mark, Maryland added an impressive 84-67 victory over Georgia Tech in the first round of the ACC Tournament. "We might have been in it (based solely on the regular season), I don't know," Wade said. "I do know the Tech game helped us with how we played and the final margin." Wade watched the tournament selections on television, along with Perkins and a number of Maryland assistant coaches. THE TOWN OF CARRBORO is accepting applications for the following part-time spring and summer temporary recreation positions: FACILITYACTIV ITY SUPERVISOR Super vises yontk baseball amior ad alt softball games. Work begins in early April. Week days, late afternoons and evenings. 6-20 hoars per week. Experience preferred. $4.25 honr. SCOREKEEPER Keep score for adnlt softball games. Work begins in early April. Weekdays, late afternoons and evenings. 6-20 hoars per week. Experience preferred. 3.75 honr. DAYCAMP SUPERVI SOR Plans, supervises and implements a six week oat door snmmer daycamp pro gram for yonth ages 6-11. Knowledge of games, sports, arts, natnre and program plan ning desired. Previous expe rience with children and supervisory experience pre ferred. Mast hold or obtain a NC Class B driver's license. 35 honrs per week. Jnne 13 -Aagast 1, $6.25 per hoar. DAYCAMP ACTIVITY LEAD ERS (2 positions) Lead activ ities in a six week ontdoor daycamp program for yonth ages 6-11. Experience or ( knowledge of games, sports, arts, crafts, nature, swimming and children preferred. 33 honrs per week. June 16 -August 1, $5.25 per hour. Apply by 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 16. Town of Currboro, Personnel Office, 301 W. Main Street, Carrboro, N.C. 27510. (919) 968-7708. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. WCHL's award winning news depart ment is looking for bright, hard working aggressive journalists. If you're interested in joining the best local news team in North Carolina, please send tape, resume andor clips to David Medlock, WCHL, PO Box 2127, Chapel Hill, NC, 27515. Part time positions are available now. summer opportunities CAMP COUNSELORS - MaleFemale Outstanding Slim and Trim Down Camps: Tennis, Dance, Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, NutritiorVDietetics. Age 20 plus. 7 weeks. CAMP CAMELOT on COL LEGE CAMPUSES at Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, No. Carolina, California. Contact: Michele Friedman, Director, 947 Hewlett Dr., No. Woodmere, N.Y. 11581, 800421-4321. INSTITUTE FOR PARAPSYCHOLOGY offers intensive eight-week summer course covering research in this contro versial field. For more information, write us at Box 6847, Durham, N.C. 27708 or phone 688-8241. NEW ENGLAND BROTHERSIS TER CAMPS - (Mass.) Mah-Kee-Nac for boysDanbee for girls. Counselor positions for program specialists: AD team sports, especially baseball, basketball, field hockey, soccer, and volleyball; 25 tennis openings; also, archery, riflery and biking; other openings include performing arts, fine arts, yearbook, photography, video, cooking sewing, rollerskating, rocketry, ropes and camp craft; All waterfront activities (Swimming, skiing, small craft). Inquire Action Camping (Boys) 190 Linden Ave., Glen Ridge, NJ 07028; (Girls) 44 Center Grove Road, H 21, Randolph, NJ 07869. Phone (Boys) 201-429-8522; (Girls) 201-328-2727. TEMPORARY JOBS available at Univer sity Directories beginning May 15 or June 1 and continuing through August 15. First shift: 9 am-5 pm; second shift: 5-9 pm. Jobs continue August 15 through October 15 with more flexible hours if needed. Positions available in typesetting, data entry, paste-up, proofreading, bookkeep ing, dark room and customer service. $4.00hour. Apply in person at the Village Companies 88 McClamroch Circle (off Weaver Dairy Rd.) SPRINGBREAK PROCESSING SPECIAL MARCH 14-18 24 exp $5.99 36 exp $8.49 FLASH PHOTO LAB University ... Square QIQ-CJII U PHOTO HJJ VJiJ W LAB i r r RESORT HOTELS Cruiselines, Air lines & Amusement Parks. NOW accept ing applications for summer jobs, intern ships and career positions. For information and application, write National Collegiate Recreation, P.O. Box 8074 Hilton Head Island, S.C. 29938. SUMMER DAYCAMP POSITIONS -Chapel Hill Parks & Rec Dept. 38 positions: 6 directors, 32 counselors. Weekdays 30-40 hrsweek. Dates: June 20-July 29. (Hargraves camp ends Aug 12). One site specializes in services to han dicapped children. Prefer experience working with children esp. in large groups. For directors, prefer supervisory expe rience. Must be dependable, prompt, able to plan & lead activities. $5.25hr Coun selors; $6.25hr directors. Apply by April 15: Parks and Rec, 200 Plant Road, 968 2784. EOAAE. child care RELIABLE BABYSrTTER(S) NEEDED! Some mornings, afternoons, evenings. Flexible, but long term availability pre ferred. 12 minutes from campus. Call Jane or Jon, 383-8952. NEED STUDENT to provide transporta tion and after school care, Tuesdays and Thursdays, for 13 and 6-year-old. Call 489 5419 after 6; 9664178 during day. BABYSITTER NEEDED for women's Wednesday morning Bible study nursery. 9:30 am-ll:00 am. Please call Sue Daniel son, 933-6768. SPACE FOR TODDLER. Full or part time. Convenient to 1-40 and 15-501. Days 966-3854, Anne. STUDENTGRADUATE needed for light housekeeping, weekend babysitting. Chapel Hill location. Call daytime, 684 5621 and after 6 pm, 919-968-8485. for sale LOFT ANDOR CARPET FOR SALE: Avoid hassle by shopping now for next semester. No risk see it erect. Call 933 1538. KING SIZE BOX SPRING, mattress and metal frame with sheets, no headboard, $50.00. 929-7242 after 6 pm. wheels for sale SUZUKI SAMAURI 1987, 4 WD, AC. Kenwood speakers, Carolina Blue, White convertible top, 13,000 miles. Almost new, must sell. $8200. Great for Spring in Chapel Hill. 933-2224. WANT A NEW CAR? Want to trade your old car? Need financing? First time buyer? Great selection of new and used cars!! Call Ed for a private appointment. 942-2903493-8802. tickets HELP! EASTERN REGIONAL TICKETS WANTED FOR DEAN'S DOME MARCH 17-19. PREFER LOWER LEVEL BUT WILL TAKE GOOD UPPER LEVELS. CALL RICK 968-3866 ANYTIME. THANX. real estate NEED A PLACE TO LIVE? Condos All with major appliances. CHANCELLOR SQUARE - Two units furnished for four . . . $87,500 and $92,500. One unit unfurnished $83,500. MILL CREEK Large end unit with bay window . . . $89,500. UNIVERSITY GARDENS Desirable location, end unit ... $36,500. KENSINGTON TRACE Three units furnished for four . . '. $53,00. One unit unfurnished . . .$49,500. Call Weaver Street Realty 929-5658 or Ben Huffman 929-3300. The Man from UNCIe 2 BEAGLCTUE NEXT TIME WTO IN KEV WEST... Due to Spring Break Post Office delays, neither Doonesbury nor Bloom County will be seen at their regularly scheduled times. Please tune in tomorrow when (we hope) they will, once again, appear. THE Daily ACROSS 49 1 Scorched 53 6 Aladdin's 55 treasure 56 10 Hurried 14 Lend 57 (listen) 15 Sherbets 58 16 Aura 61 17 Writing paper 62 19 Emerald Isle 20 River islet 63 21 State firmly 64 22 Fold 65 24 Erudite 66 26 Bewitch 27 Charged particle 28 Invent 1 29 Time period 2 32 Black varnish 3 35 Sped into 4 space 5 37 Prayer word 38 Skins 6 40 City on the 7 Truckee 8 41 Home lien 43 Pub game 9 44 Use the 10 slopes 45 Over 11 46 Period 47 Confusing 12 passages 13 FOR SALE: Chancellor Square Unit. 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms. WasherDryer. Great location $89,000 unfur nished. $92,000 furnished. Firm. CaO 904-28541525 or 933-0669. for rent FREE ON CAMPUS PARKING SPOT and bus passes with KENSINGTON TRACE CONDO. Available summer or beginning in August. Pool, tennis court. Four spaces. Whitney, 967 8535. TIRED of that CRAMPED DORM but don't want to bus to campus? 2-BR House, easy walk to campus. Available for the summer. Call Delora (968-8714). DONT WAIT! Now is the time to choose your new home for next fall at Woodbridge Apartments. Call 967-0955 and ask about our student special for qualified applicants. 1-4 PEOPLE DESPERATELY NEEDED to sublet our apartment May-July 31st. $125.00 per month per person (negotiable). Fully furnished! Free bus passes on the bus line! Call soon 967-3814. Great for first and second summer session. roommates MALE CHRISTIANS SEEK ROOM MATES FOR SUMMER AND FOR NEXT FALL. INCREDIBLY CHEAP. ONLY ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS. IF INTERESTED CALL 967-2521. ROOMMATE(S) NEEDED: Summer andor fall. Share room $89month or own room $178month. Pool, clubhouse, weight room. Call 968-8240 ask for Stacey. THE FEDERAL GOVERN MENT PROHIBITS THE USE OF DISCRIMINATION ON THE GROUNDS OF SEX, RACE, OR RELIGIOUS PREF ERENCE. ALL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING IN VIOLA HON OF THIS LAW WILL BE CHANGED ACCORDINGLY travel COED BICYCLE TOURS-COLORADO ROCKIES, 1988. Meet students from across U.S. Tours include: Whitewater rafting, jeeping, meals, lodging, complete van support. College Tours. (313) 357 1370. carpoolvanpoot FOR ADDITIONAL CAR POOLVAN POOL INFO., cafl 549-9999. TRI-A-RIDE. personals NEED A JOB? Need a job filled? Ask Student Part-Time Employment Service (SPTES) for help! Room 217 E, "Suite C" Union. ANITA S., 1988 Future Pharmacist, have admired you a great deal, but would like to get to know you better! - Are you - available? Respond DTH to RRH. MAN OF LA MANCHA TRIVIA QUESTION 1: What medieval classic is "Man of La Mane ha" based on ?? S7 AND A COUPLE OF CUBANS ASK YOU TO HOLD TMEIfc OO PUFEEL BAG RDE jU m m r a second... i n Crossword by Martha J. De Witt 1988 Tribune Media Services. Inc. All Rights Reserved Screwballs Antenna Sphere Loki's daughter "Do others ..." Motionless Tied River to the Seine Prize Asor's cousin Headland Beef on the hoof DOWN Fundamental Loosen Lasso King Cole Villa at Versailles Ruled 18 Kiln 23 Foul-smelling 25 Laughing 26 Not cordial 28 Crawl 30 Landlord's concern 31 Pothers 32 Preserves 33 In a frenzy 34 Boundary 36 Poetry muse 38 City on the Passaic 39 Conceits 42 Stare 43 Small servings 46 Sp. painter 48 By oneself 49 Pearly 50 Chicago's airport 51 Short 52 More cunning 53 Combustible matter 54 Begrudge 55 Opera voice 59 Bow for one 60 Almond Maple genus Debussy's "La Media Describing some hosiery Certain variable Yale students Over The Daily Tar HeelMonday, March 14, 19889 TO THE YOUNG LADY, Ckmson, Sect. 115 Row R, Seat 6. Didn't see the game for your distractions. Please join me for dinner 314 6:30 pm. Look forward to meeting you in front of Davis. Have a great Spring Break! DR. 2B. ALPHA EPSILON DELTA MEMBERS -There will be a meeting on Tuesday, March 15 at 7:00 in room 209 Union. All premeds and predents welcome. JENNIFER, your smile was the perfect cure for my hangover Sunday morning at Jordan. I would have left an even bigger tip but I'm saving it to take you out to dinner. Are you interested? Jim. ATTENTION ALL PHONATHON CALLERS: You know raising money for academics isn't easy, but we just passed $1 million! THANKS for your hard work in a record breaking year! No gold medals, but well celebrate the thrill of victory at the Million Dollar Party March 26 come by for details. GWA Boomer misses you, but I miss you more! Are you back yet? When do I get my walk on the beach? Come home soon! Mouse. APPLY for the PANHELLENIC COUN CIL FRESHMAN WOMEN'S SCHO LARSHIP. ANY second semester fresh man woman is eligible. Applications available at the Union desk. GREG: Hey you. You have arr almost perfect body! At first I was frightened by your personality. Now I'm curious. Jennifer. YES, Shorty, I will live with you Just be happy that I don't smell! The tall blonde. HAPPY BIRTHDAY LESLEY! Here's to a terrific Spring Break, our wonderful State men, the Penthouse and Carolina Suite, sappy music, and to Graduation '88! Have a great day! Love, Mary Ann. THE BIG QUESTION: America's role in NATO. Come here a gripping lecture by UNC Prof. Weinberg on Wed. March 16th at 7:30 pm, room 218 Union. ECOFREAKS ANONYMOUS: Come hear BILL HOLMAN, lobbyist for the Sierra Club and the Conservation Council of North Carolina, speak on "The Politics of Environmental Issues m North Carol ma." Wed., March 16. 8:00 pm, Union 224. (Sponsored by S.E.A.C.) CAMPUS Y Want to be a CO CHAIR? Applications available at the Campus Y. Deadline Monday, March 21. 962-2333. The Far Side 'Bob and Ruth! Come on in .... Have you met Russell and Bill, our 1.5 children?" ISltlOlPf lHlAlllTL 1BEIbg H. JL JL JL - am 0.1 Aj lLLL De Witt IVORY T 0 Wli.iii 0. I PjEjE T E IR E AD r ! sl safe! t oh!b Fis AlI R II I "TW A JL ! A.1J. I "O T T MEARA 1 H.1 U. I tJo U. C.H. A BJLES HjTw R I N All SjAP D 0 E Si. G MA, N j V I D S Tk C. 0. H ZL 0 E S N U N N E HI il S 0 D.A S 1 JL ! A 1 JL JL H it T A i. 1 p.o.s.1 (s"ijlis.""k.iii I E S I S I E I ItlYlElSi JSlElAlMl 1 2 3 4 5 I 16 7 a Ti I 110 111 12 7T T7 iT" ii 20 " 21 "" 22 23 24 25 """"" 28 Immm mmb mtmm MBaMMMaHWM 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 I T T 35 36 37 """" 3 39" """" 40 41 42 iT" U " 45 jtT" 47 48" """"" iT" 50 51 52 53T l54 mm" sT" """" 58 57 58 59 60 51 ' 62 " 63 64 65 66 CHARLES H: We miss seeing you this semester. Why don't you stop by more often? From some of your other brothers. "LONELY GUY" go away! Best scam I've ever seen! Ten responses! I'm lonely we're all lonely. Don't whine. She doesn't exist. Hanks without a mermaid. JUST A WELL INTENTIONED COM PLIMENT to the guy wearing a black jacket, white T, black pants, walking towards campus near the art building 3 2 around 11:00 am. Seeing you, 1 know what beauty is. Guy in white hi-tops, white club de surf T. THE CAROLINA GAY AND LESBIAN ASSOC.'s Management Board will meet on Tues., March 15 in Union room 220, 6:30 to 9:30 pm. We will discuss next year's budget. This meeting is VERY important so all officers need to attend. CONGRATULATIONS, Jeff P., 1988 ACC Men's Foil Champion (of the world)!!! I'm so proud of you! P.S. The UNC Men's Epee team thinks it doesn't count! HERE JANE PATTERSON speak on WOMEN IN POLIT ICS! TUESDAY, MARCH 15th at 8:00 pm, 224 Union. All are invited. GREAT DECISIONS '88: "U.S. POLICY IN THE MIDDLE EAST." WITH MR. MUHAMMED MAS SARWA, DIRECTOR GENERAL OF THE ISRAELI CONSULATE IN ATLANTA. TUES MARCH 15 HAMILTON 100. 7 PM. FREE FOLK MUSIC CON CERT with Black old time fiddle and banjo players JOE AND ODELL THOMPSON. Gerrard Hall 7:30 pm Tuesday March 15. dont miss it! Advertise in The Tar Heel Classifieds. Need a ride? Need a ticket to a concert? Need a place to live? You can find it in the Tar Heel classifieds. Forms are available 24 honrs a dayl Room 104, Carolina Union. Oo- ( JUST SAY 1U a

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