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6The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, March 22, 1988 Sports ilHoog tosses Ithiree-hittlter to help baseball crash liberty By KEITH PARSONS "Staff Writer The UNC baseball team more or lless had Monday off, as they easily Ipounded the Liberty Flames 16-0 in Boshamer Stadium. Liberty, located in Jerry Fahvell's home base of Lynchburg, Va., would "have needed more than help from above to defeat the Tar Heels Monday. North Carolina rapped 21 hits, including three home runs, and scored in every inning except two the fifth and the eighth. A seven-run second put away the Flames, who could only manage three hits all day. : The North Carolina pitcher w ho extinguished the Flame bats was sophomore Michael Hoog. Hoog went the distance for the third time this year, striking out 12 Liberty betters while moving hisrecord to 4 2; felt really good today," the 6-fdot-3, 208-pounder said. "1 stayed ahead of the hitters the whole game, and got some great defense." Head coach Mike Roberts agreed with his young pitcher. Our defense is much better now as compared to the beginning of the year," Roberts said of the Tar Heels, Who are now 12-8 after winning their seventh game in a row. "We felt the Pitching was good all year, the defense just was not there. Now it However, the offense was the most impressive thing on this day. Junior third baseman Darin Campbell went 3-for-4, including his fifth homer of the year, with four RBIs. Sophomore shortstop Ron Maurer went 3-for-6 with a dinger, a double and a single. Maurer would have hit for the cycle if not for a marvelous play by Liberty third baseman John McClintock. McClintock nabbed Maurer's shot just before it headed into the left field corner. Chris Lauria led off the seventh inning with his fifth homer of the year, swatting an 0-2 fastball beyond the left-field fence. "The past couple of days, we have been playing with a lot of confi dence," Roberts said. "The two wins over South Carolina really turned us around, and to sweep three games from a good Rider ballclub also helped." The Tar Heels did not give the Flames much of a chance, scoring quickly on Maurer's solo homer with two outs in the bottom of the first. Then, in the second. North Carolina broke loose. The Tar Heels batted around, led by freshman Steve Estroff, who had a double and a single in the inning, collecting two RBIs. Dave Arendas started things off with a single and then promptly stole second. Estroff followed with his single, scoring Arendas. Brad Woo dall then singled, moving Estroff to third. Matt Wooten, the next batter, was hit by a pitch, loading the bases. Campbell then plated Estroff with a sacrifice fly, and Chris De Franco knocked in Woodall with a single to right. Liberty changed pitchers, going to Robert Towsend. Towsend was greeted by a line-drive single to right Are You An Outgoing Friendly Person? ; Western SizzliiY Wants You! :We offer very flexible schedules, morning, afternoon and evening hours. Good pay and benefits. Apply in Person 324 West Rosemary by Maurer, scoring Wooten. After a walk to Lauria and a Jesse Levis run scoring sacrifice fly, Arendas hit his second single of the inning, allowing Maurer to cross the plate. Estroff then nailed as double to left, and Lauria hustled all the way around from first to score the final Tar Heel run of the inning. After North Carolina scored only one run in the third, the Tar Heels erupted for more fireworks in the fourth. Levis started the inning with a single to right, but was forced at second by an Arendas grounder to short. Greg (Great) Scott then reached on an error, and the Tar Heels had men on first and second. Luck then allowed UNC to score its 10th run, as Woodall's bouncer to third that appeared to be easy pickings bounded off the base, allowing Arendas to score. Pinch-hitter Cy Richardson then brought Scott in with an RBI groun dout to second. Campbell finished off the scoring, ripping an RBI single to right, bringing Woodall home with the 12th Tar Heel run. UNC added three runs in the sixth and a single run in the seventh to. finish off its total of 16 runs. The only drama left was to see how many strikeouts Hoog would have and how many hits the Flames would wind up with. Hoog got a little careless after the big seven-run Tar Heel second, then settled back down to finish strongly. "Yeah, 1 lost a little concentration when we went up 8-0," Hoog said. "Then I went out and tried to pitch like the score was 0-0." North Carolina has today off, but there will be little rest for the weary. The Tar Heels will face Towson State in Boshamer on Wednesday afternoon. XARSITY WIT .r . 1 TOP Oscar Nominations ncludmq BEST PICTURE ana BEST DIRECTOR sum i m?o Tor n 1 ss hoii h; r..i.n. A. if I III l .1 ).. H HOPE Clory 2:C0 4:53 7:C0 9:20 EXTRA 11: id LATE SHOW I X. LAT ROTH Fll BEST FILM OF 1987 H "i r!iPirrvTT H I'LTlVJllll THE -DON'T-MISS' H MOVIE OF THE YEAR. IM t t'l .ilK llll M W KK Mt "KXQnsiTE': Mi. rt.t I'.t iix.mi in M. I I s riMI s "A MOVIE OF ASTONISHING WARMTH AND HUMOR... there's not a frame you'd want to change!' I I V.-, n M WMM I K 2.011 4:011 b (III 7:4(1 l):4ll i u. jam n y It brings out the best in all of us. United way Summer Employment Opportunity Jobs available with the UNC Physical Plant-Housing Support Paint Crew. Applications available at Physical Plant Personnel Office 168A Airport Road CB1800 Chapel Hill, NC 27599 due April 1, 1988 Need a summer job at the beach? Looking for excellent pay, benefits, and flexible hours? Then apply at the Food Lion store located in Market Place (Southern Shores), or U.S. 158 By Pass (Nags Head), or at your Placement Office. Work for the most progressive and stable grocery chain in the United States, Food Lion, Inc. Positions available in all departments with various shifts. Apply at your convenience and secure your summer job NOW! Remember if you are going to be where the action is in Nags Head, North Carolina, then you will also want to be working for the best FOOD LION! ELLIOT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN 967-4737 $2.50 Tit FMIU.T blUYTKS.(BC.NIJUn) Nominated for 9 Academy Awards! THE LAST EMPEROR (PG13) 2:45 7:80 Only Academy Award Nominee Robin Williams GOOD MORNING VIETNAM (R) 2:25 4:40 7:00 9:20 William DafecGrcsory Ninas OFF LIMITS (R) 2:35 4:50 7:10 9:10 HARRISON FORD FRANTIC a Ef.y;mi.7:i I 7:00 " 9.30 mm MEN'S TENNIS vs. Old Dominion i: IPO 6 Academy Award Nominations! MOONSTRUCK m 30 45 m ilili iiHila m IAJ1 MMU !!! I M "'"' 9: XSA ORANGE COUNTY I NORTH CAROLINA CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS Coaches, Sports Orsanizers, Publicists, Fund Raisers, Photosraphers, Bands, Graphic Artists, Entertainers and FRIENDS! Help give a special person a chance to learn, a chance to grow and a chance to know the joy of sports and athletic competition and leam something about yourself! For More Information Write: Special Populations Program Chapel Hill Parks & Recreation Dept 306 North Columbia Street Chapel Hill. NC 27514 or can (919)968-2784 Summer Games Tucs, April 19 Orange County High School Volunteer Applications Available at the Campus y On Tap TODAY MEN'S TENNIS vs. Old Dominion, 2 p.ra, UNC Tennis Center WOMEN'S FENCING at NCAA Championships, Princeton, NJ. WEDNESDAY BASEBALL vs. Towson State, 3 p.m., Boshamer Stadium SOFTBALL at Virginia (DH), 2 p.ra WOMENS TENNIS at N.C. State, 2 p.m. WOMEN'S FENCING at NCAA Championships, Princeton, NJ. THURSDAY BASEBALL at Wake Forest. 3 p.m. WOMEN'S TENNIS vs. Richmond, 2 p.m., UNC Tennis Center MEN'S FENCING at NCAA Championships, Princeton, NJ. FRIDAY MEN'S GOLF at Iron Duke Classic in Durham WOMEN'S GOLF at South Carolina Invitational MEN'S TENNIS vs. Virginia Tech. 2 p.m. UNC Tennis Center MEN'S TRACK at Florida Relays or Atlantic Coast Relays. WOMEN'S TRACK at Florida Relays or Atlantic Coast Relays MEN'S FENCING at NCAA Championships, Princeton, NJ. SATURDAY BASEBALL vs. Duke, 1 p.rh, Boshamer Stadium MEN'S GOLF at Iron Duke Classic in Durham WOMEN'S GOLF at South Carolina Invitational LACROSSE vs. New Hampshire, 2 p.m, Fetzer Field SOFTBALL vs. East Carolina (Doubleheader), 2 and 3:30 pm, Finley Fields MEN'S TENNIS vs. Georgia Tech. 1:30 p.m, UNC Tennis Center WOMEN'S TENNIS vs. Syracuse. 10 am. Tennis Center MEN'S TRACK at Florida Relays or Atlantic Coast Relays GYMNASTICS at ACC Invitational, College Park,Md SUNDAY BASEBALL at N.C. State, 2 p.m. MEN'S GOLF at Iron Duke Classic, Durham WOMEN'S GOLF at South Carolina Invitational SOFTBALL vs. Duke (Doubleheader), 2 and 3:30 p.m. MEN'S TENNIS vs. Davidson, 1:30 p.m. Tennis Center WOMEN'S TENNIS va Rollins, 1 p.m. Tennis Center Olson likes Wildcats' cSiaoces From Associated Press reports While some coaches sound appre hensive of their next opponent in the NCAA basketball tournament, Ariz ona coach Lute Olson is brimming with confidence. "This team has been on a mission all year," Olson said of his Pacific 10 champions, who boast a 33-2 record.They want to make a state ment. We're really pleased with the way we played, but Friday well play better. This team has not had a lull." All-American forward Sean Elliott of the Wildcats said: "It doesn't matter who we play. Bring on whoev er's next." Iowa, where Olson coached before moving to Arizona in 1983-84, is the next opponent for the Wildcats Friday in a West Regional semifinal at Seattle. UNC will meet Michigan in the other West semifinal, with the winner playing the Iowa-Arizona survivor on Sunday afternoon. The Hawkeyes, seeded fifth and ranked 17th nationally, are 24-9, including a loss to Arizona this season. Iowa coach Tom Davis, whose team lost at thome to Arizona 66-59 Dec. 12, didn't sound confident looking toward the Wildcats after his Hawkeyes routed 12th-ranked Nevada-Las Vegas 104-86 Sunday. "Well have to play our best to beat them and maybe that won't be enough," Davis said. "Maybe they're the best team in the country." North Carolina, which knocked out Michigan in the second round last year, will try to do it again this year, one round later. The Wolverines boast a front line of 6-foot-7, 6-9 and 6-10, with Glen Rice, Loy Vaught and Terry Mills. The trio is averaging 68 percent from the field and averaging 55 points in tourney wins over Boise State and Florida. i&typ latlg Star lftel Classified Advertisnimg 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 all ads: 5t 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. 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 9332163 TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING TYPING NEED A TYPIST with reasonable rates? For fast aad accarate typing call Anne at 929-5875. (Please don't call after 10 pm!) PAPERS TYPED fast and cheap! Call Margaret at 933-3418. 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. Call PSS at 942 7318. All services confidential. lost and found LOST: Set of KEYS, possibly on Rosem ary or Columbia street Thurs 310. Has leather piece with name Ted. Please phone 962 1163 or 929-8777. Ask for Joan. LOST: GOLD SIGNET RING with "BRY ANT Family Crest engraved on it. If found please call 967-0602 for reward. FOUND: BLACK JACKET in Union. Call 942 8830 and identify to claim. LOST: SET OF KEYS, one Mazda key, two house keys, some Masters lock keys, on three rings. Reward, call David at 968 1977, keep trying. FOUND CAT: Very cute GRAY, WHITE and BLACK male tabby wearing red and white collar with two rhinestones and a bell. Call Adrian 966-4141 (10-5). LOST: Grey and Yellow COCKATEEL (pet bird). If found call 942-0925. Reward. LOST SOMETHING 7m look for it in at the APO Lost and Found in the basement of the Carolina Union or call 962-1044. 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. 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. 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. YOUTH BASEBALL UMPIRES, leagues of various ages, April-July season, late afternoons and evenings (weekdays) and some weekend mornings. Knowledge andor previous experience preferred. $6.75 $ 14 a game. Groupsindividuals call for more information. Deadline March 25. Applications available at the Carrboro Recreation and Parks Offices in Carrboro Town Hall, 301 West Main St., Carrboro. Call 968-7703. 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. GREENPEACE is opening aa office oa Franklin Street April 4th. Are yoa concerned aboat ToxicsDis armamentEndangered Species? JOBS ARE AVAILABLE! Look for farther annoancements. NEED TEMPORARY WORK? Expe rienced yardworker needed. Tilling, pruning, transplanting about 20 hours of work, $5.00hour. Call 929-6482 between 3 and 6 pm. BURGER KING on Elliott Road needs you! We offer $4.50hr to start, price meals and flexible hours. Apply Burger King, 140 Elliott Road, anytime. UNC PHONATHON is looking for pro fessional, dedicated students to work now through the end of the semester andor the first session of summer school. If you are articulate and enthusiastic, you can be an effective fund-raiser for academics at UNC. Flexible schedules, convenient hours, $4hourto start! Come by 02 Hanes or call 962-7014 for more information. 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 availiabvle, 20 plus hoursweek. Responsibilities 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). PART-TIME RETAIL SALES position (12 plus hrwk) is open at Performance Bicycle Shop, nation's leading retailer of bicycle parts and accesories. Applicant should have basic knowledge of bicylces and cycling equipment. Requires weekend work, apply at 404 E. Main St., Carrboro. CANY YOU TYPE 45 WPM? would you like to put this skill to use? Do you enjoy working with people and have a pleasant phone manner? If you said yes to the above questions, then consider joining the Performance team. We are the nation's fastest growing bicycle retailmail order company and are expanding our data entry staff. Primary responsibility will be entry of mail and phone orders. Other responsibilities include anwering phones, taking orders and handling customer inquires. Applicants should possess above average communication skills, have previous public contact andor clerical experiences, and 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). NEW HIGHER DONOR FEES! Earn $25.00 every week as a regular plasma donor. Sera-Tec, 109!4 E. Franklin St. (above Rite-Aid), 942-0251. SMALL, CONGENIAL SORORITY HOUSE needs two good waits. And one dishwasher (d.w. compensated). Serve dinner, receive excellent lunch and dinner free. Call 967-6001. Leave message! PLAYGROUP TEACHER for 1 to 3 year olds. 8:30-1:00 Mon-Fri. Excel adultchild ratio. Benefits. Starting late May. 968-3511 or 967-4855. ' MODELS FOR STUDIO ART CLASSES. 2 weeks employment for 6 hours week. Experience not necessary but must be punctualreliable. Background in art, dance or athletics preferred. Contact Pam, UNC Art Department, 962-2015, Monday-Friday, 8-5 pm. Equal Opportun ityAffirmative Action Employer. FREE FOOD At lunch and dinner. Sorority House needs reliable waiters for light work. Call 968-0057 and leave name and number. PART-TIME STUDENT DISPATCHER. Third shift, 11 pm-8 am every other weekend (Fri and Sat nights). Apply in basement of YMCA Bldg, see Cindy Merritt. Pay negotiable. AEROBICS INSTRUCTOR needed immediately to teach a water aerobics class M-W-F from 10-11 am. Prior expe riencetraining aerobics required. We will train you to adapt you skills to water if needed. Applications apply in person at Chapel HillCarrboro YMCA, 980 Airport Rd. PART-TIME POSITION as leasing agent for local apartments. Spring and summer position. Send resume to CH Leasing Agent, PO Box 3288, Greensboro NC 27402. 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. SPEND THE SUMMER at the finest country club in the area. Hope Valley Country Club is seeking mature individ uals to fill the following positions: Pool Manager, Lifeguards, Swim Team Coach. WSI required. Interviews will be con ducted Wed., March 30 from 14 pm in the Clubhouse. Apply in person, 3803 Dover Road, Durham. TEMPORARY JOBS available at Univer sity Directories beginning May 15 or June 1 and continuing through Aug 15. First shift: 9. am-5,.pm; second shift: -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, darkroom and customer service. $4 hour. Apply in person at the Village Companies 88 McClamroch Circle (off Weaver Dairy Rd). WORK AT THE BEACH; HAVE A BALL' Coastal Restaurant needs summer cooks, bartenders, and waits. Above average pay and excellent benefits. Full-time schedules available in April; weekend schedules available now. Contact Papagayo in Atlantic Beach, 919-247-7876, between 2 pm-8 pm, Wed-Sun. Ask for Mary or Kevin. WORK AT THE BEACH this summer! Great experience for bright, personable student who enjoys working. Call or write for application: Kite Kingdom, P.O. Box 1036, Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948. (919) 441 6235. SUMMER JOB INTERVIEWS: Average earnings $3,100. Gain valuable experience in advertising, sales, and public relations selling yellow page advertising for the UNC Telephone Directory. Travel oppor tunities. Expense paid training program in Chapel Hill, NC. Looking for enthusiastic, goal-oriented students for challenging, well-paying summer job. Sign up for interviews with University Directories at your career office by March 22. MODELING - N&S Carolina, spring-snmmer, $6-$10kr. BeachSwimwear, Jr. sizes 5 9. Mast be photogenic. Snbmit photodescriptionphone to -Stadios, Box 111312, Pitts bsrgh, PA 15238. CLOTHING SHOP Sales and inventory assistant needed in the Courtyard, part-time, no evenings, no Sundays, 967-4035 or 942-1574. The Carricalnai in Peace, War, and Defense is offering paid limner iateraships ia Washiagtoa, D.C. aad New York to several weOaalified Carolina stadeats interested ia arms control, peace aad coaflict resolatioa, naclear disarmament, national serca tiy issaes, or related topics. Stadeats be May gradaates or rising seniors with a 3.0 GPA or better. Interested stadeats should apply in person to 495 Hamilton Hall or by sabmitting a letter of interests, a entreat resame aad one letter of recommendation from a UNC facntty member. Write: Price Peace laternship, Cnrricn Inm in Peace, War, aad Defease, 405 Hamilton Hall, CB3209, Carolina Campas. Deadline: March 30, 19S8. summer opportunities CAMP COUNSELORS MaleFemale Outstanding Slim and Trim Down Camps: Tennis, Dance, Slimnastics, WSI, Athletics, NutritionDietetics. 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, 800-421-4321. "AU PAIR" needed for 6-8 wks this summer. Rosemary St. house. Room and board, negotiable salary to care for 2 sweet girls. 967-4703. SUMMER STAFF WANTED: Confronta tion Point Ministries hiring high adventure Wilderness Coordinators, Day Camp, Special Needs, Hearing Impairment, Medical Needs, and Appalachian Home Repair Coordinators. Non-profit organ., mbr. of A.C.A.C.C.I., Write: P.O. Box 50, Ozone, Tn 37842, (615) 484-8483. CAMP MOREHEAD BY THE SEA, the Sailing Camp of the Atlantic Coast is now hiring counselors 19 years and older for 9 weeks June-August. Write: J. Purcell Jones, Box 416, Morehead City, NC 28557, or Call. (919) 726-3960 (days), 726 5321 (nights). COLLEGE MONEY AVAILABLE. Pri: vate Scholarshipsloans. Federally approved program. Money Back Guaran tee. Scholarship Consultants. 7401T Louisburg, Raleigh, NC 27604. 919-876-7891. NEED TO MAKE MONEY this summer! Earn $1625month and get career experience! Interviews at 3:30 7:00 in Carolina Inn's South Parlor by Southwestern Co. child care WARM. RESPONSIBLE. INTELLIGENT PERSON to care for our easy one year old daughter in our home, Mon-Thurs., 8:30-4:30, occasional Fridays. Some flexibility available. Light housekeeping. Need own car, non-smoker, references required. Premium pay for the right person (will consider job-sharing). 942-1539. STUDENTGRADUATE needed for light housekeeping, weekend babysitting. Chapel Hill location. Call daytime, 684-5621 and after 6 pm, 919-968 STUDENT GRADUATE NEEDED for care of foar-year-old. Also light hoasekeepiag, errands, cooking. Transporta tion reqaired. Permanent morning halftime position. Call 942-7827 evenings before 10 pm or weekends. 966-1732 weekday mornings. . imi m .M m .m ,m

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