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10The Daily Tar Heel Monday, April 18, 1988
beautiful Bosnamer Stadium
BASEBALL at East Carolina, 4.00 pm
MEN'S TENNIS at ACC Tournament in
Winston-Salem, at Wake Forest
BASEBALL vs. East Carolina. 600 p.m.,
MENS TENNIS at ACC Tournament,
Winston-Salem, All Day
MENS AND WOMENS TRACK at ACC
Championships, Durham, All Day
BASEBALL at UNC-Wilmington, 700 pm
LACROSSE vs. Duke, 200 am, Fetzer
MENS TENNIS at ACC Tournament,
Winston-Salem, All Day
MENS AND WOMENS TRACK at ACC
Championships, Durham, All Day
BASEBALL vs. UNC-Wilmington. 2 pm,
BASEBALL at Oklahoma State; 7:00 p.m.
BASEBALL at Oklahoma State, 100 pm
SOFTBALL at USC-Spartanburg
BASEBALL vs. UNC-Chartotte, 6:00 pm,
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UNC's Thomas Tanner reaches for a backhand in Sunday's men's tennis victory over William & Mary
Tennis wraps up regular season
By MIKE BERARDINO
Allen Morris, the eighth-year
coach of UNC's men's tennis team,
was smiling late Sunday afternoon.
It wasn't that Morris was partic
ularly proud of the Tar Heels' just
completed 5-4 victory over William
& Mary. Nor was the upcoming ACC
Tournament behind Morris' wry grin.
Like his team, Morris was just
happy "next year" was that much
The overly young, injury-depleted
Tar Heels closed out a frustrating
regular season Sunday at the UNC
Tennis Center, running out to a 4
2 lead after the singles matches and
getting the one doubles victory they
needed from the team of David
Kessler and Andre Janasik.
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Tournament in Winston-Salem,
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"I'm just looking forward to next
year now," Morris said. "I just hope
we don't finish last at the ACCs."
The Tar Heels were again without
the services of sophomore Don
Johnson, their No. 1 player. John
son, who pulled a back muscle early
last week, had to default his singles
match in Friday's loss to Duke, but
is expected to be back in the lineup
Freshman Thomas Tanner, whose
16-5 singles record Morris called a
"pleasant surprise," stepped in for
Johnson at No. 1 Sunday and wiped
out Will Harvie 6-0, 6-0. At the
second slot, UNC sophomore James
Krege fell 3-6, 3-6 to Scott Mackesy,
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while at No. 3 UNC's John Bristow
lost 3-6, 6-3, 6-7 to Kelly Hunter.
But the Tar Heels won the remain
ing three singles matches to go up
4- 2 entering doubles play. Janasik, a
freshman from Hilton Head, S.C.,
downed Gregg Frigerio at No. 4, 6
3, 6-4. Kessler, a junior who ranks
as the elder statesman of the UNC
team, had little trouble with the
Indians' fifth-seeded player, Mike
Scherer, in rolling to a 6-4, 6-3 win.
And at No. 6 Derek Weilbaecher
romped past Mark Frietag 6-3, 6-0.
"Considering the youth of the
team, the lack of experience, 1 think
we accomplished a lot this year,"
Morris said. "The last part of the
season has been disappointing. We
lost three straight close matches
5- 4 to West Virginia, 5-4 to Maryland
and 54 to Virginia. That was pretty
discouraging for the team."
In Thursdays first round, the Tar
Heels will meet Georgia Tech, a team
they lost to 8-1 back on March 26
in Chapel Hill.
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tration for parking permits for the
upcoming year will be held at the
office of Transportation and Parking
Services. 2. Preregistration will begin
April 4, 1988 and concludes on May
13, 1988. Office hours for preregis
tration are M-F, 7:30 am-4:00 pm. 3.
The new Security Services Building
is located on Manning Drive beside
Morrison Dorm, under the water
tower. 4. EVERY STUDENT
DESIRING TO PRE
REG1STER must do so by applica
tion. Applications are available from
Transportation and Parking Services'
cashiers. 5. Students
CURRENTLY HOLDING A
VALID UNC PARKING PER
MIT will have a pre printed applica
tion on file. It will be the
ITY to provide correct, up to date
information, stressing correct license
plates amd mailing addresses. 6.
Stndeote will need to have the
vehicle registration card for
each license plate that is reg
istered on the application to
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ification. 7. Notification will be
mailed out in mid June to
STUDENTS THAT WILL
RECEIVE PERMITS and pay
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FOUND: A MAN'S LEFT WHITE REE
BOK TENNIS SHOE after Springfest on
Connor Beach. Call 933-6213 and it's
yours! I sure as hell don't want it!
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found my driver's license and student
ID, PLEASE drop them by The
DTH or call Tammy at 933-0446.
(Lost Thurs. 7th, between Howell
Hall and the Old Well.) THANKS!
Have you lost something???? Look
for it at APO Lost and Found in the
basement of the Union or call 962
1044. help wanted
BLACK FEMALES aged 18 22 needed for
diet and bone research study. $5hr. Dept
of Nutrition, 9624)022.
CAROLINA INN CAFETERIA now hiring
students for breakfast, lunch, dinner. Start
now. Top pay. Open this summer. See
CAROLINA INN needs full time cashier
bartender. Start training immediately. Top
pay. See Wayne after 5 pm.
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)
ASTHMATICS: Women and men aos 18
35 who are otherwise healthy can earn
$7 to $10 an hour while participating in
a new study of the special pioblems of
air pollution and asthmatics. For more
info, call 966-1253.
GRANVILLE TOWERS STUDENT DIN
ING ASSOCIATION is now accepting
applications for summer andor fall
employment as kitchen assistants within
the student-managed organization.
Advancement into the student manage
ment staff is available. Annual increases
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
KITCHEN HELP: Part and full-time,
nights and weekends. Apply in person.
Breadmen's Restaurant 337 W. Rosemary
WAITERS AND WAITRESSES
Evening meal service, set up, and clean
up. Must be reliable, previous experience
preferred, but not required. At least 3 days
per week, 4:30 pm to 8 pm, including every
other weekend. $4.34 per hour, with one
meal per shift. Carol Woods Retirement
Center, 750 Weaver Dairy Rd., Chapel
Hill. Come in to fill out an application. 8:30
am 4:30 pm.
PART-TIME SECRETARY needed. 70
wpm. Wordprocessing. Congenial office.
M-F, mornings preferred. 933-1200.
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 postilions are available, 20
plus hours week. 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
words per minute. Complete training is
provided. Apply at Performance Bicycle
Shop. One Performance Way, Chapel Hill
(located off Old Lystra Rd. on 15-501, near
Cole Park Plaza).
NOW HIRING for summer and Christ
mas. Must be 20 years old and have 4
year driving experience. Good driving
record. Responsible individual. Work
Mon.-Sat., prefer living locally. Good pay,
training provided. Call 489-7550.
THE NORTH CAROLINA SPECIAL
OLYMPICS needs you to volunteer to
help with many areas of this athletic
extravaganza. May 13-15. Call 800-843-NCSO
APPLICATIONS now being accepted for
UNC FOOTBALL MANAGERS. Several
positions available. Rising sophomores
preferable. If interested call Mike at 933
8262 or see Dominic Morelli at Kenan Field
House from 2-4 any weekday.
TELEMARKETING POSITIONS AVAIL
ABLE. Earn $5hr. to start and up to $9
hr. after training. Good part-time hours
for students. Call 929 1413 from 1-5 pm
OPPORTUNITY for advancement at
Burger King on Elliott Road and on
Franklin Street. We are looking for hard
working people who want to succeed. We
offer a starting pay of $4.50hour, paid
vacations, price meals, and opportunity
for advancement. All shifts needed. Come
by Burger King, 205 E. Franklin or Burger
King, 140 Elliot Road.
NEW HIGHER DONOR fees! Earn $25
every week as a regular plasma donor.
Sera-Tec, 109'4 E. Franklin St. (above
COLLEGE SENIORS: Athletic Attic is
now hiring Assistant Managers for our
manager trainee program. Applicants
should preferably have a college degree
and some sales experience. Athletic Attic
is looking for career oriented people who
are hard-working and personable. Position
is 48 hrsweek and you must be able to
relocate if promoted to manager. Apply
in person 10 am-5 p.m. M-F at Athletic
Attic, South Sq. Mall, Durham or Univer
sity Mall, Chapel Hill.
PART-TIME sales help wanted: Athletic
Attic is now hiring part-time sales staff,
preferably for summer and fall. We are
looking for personable, hard-working
individuals. Apply M-F 10 am-5 pm.
Athletic Attic, South Sq. Mall, Durham,
or University Mall, Chapel Hill.
HIRING! Federal government jobs in your
area and overseas. Many immediate
openings without waiting list or test. $15
58,000. Phone call refundable. (602) 838
8885. Ext. 5271.
WE NEED UMPIRES! Chapel Hill Pks
Rec. Umpire youth league games weekday
evenings and Sat. 10-20 hrswk. Prefer
experience, but training is provided. $6
12game. We need you NOW, apply
immediately: 200 Plant Rd. 968 2784. EO
HELP WANTED: Cheerful student to
spring clean my closets. $5hour plus
gratitude. Call 942-7076.
RADIOLOGY ASSISTANTS: The Diag
nostic Radiology Departmental N.C.
Memorial Hospital is currently seeking
part-time, temporary Radiology Assist
ants. Duties will include transporting
patients and assisting in processing of X
ray film. Requires graduation from high
school and the ability to lift patients.
Flexible hours, weekends, day and even
ing shifts availiable. $5.39hr. Contact:
The N.C. Memorial Hospital Employment
Office, Carr Mill Mall. Rm 202, Can-boro.
N.C. 27510 or call (919) 966-5224. An equal
opportunityaffirmative action employer.
Pizza Hat has openings for waits and
cook personnel. Please apply between 2
5, M F in person at: 109 South Estes Drive
and 110 West Franklin St.
LEGAL ASSISTANT: Typing, filing,
reception, bookkeeping and legal
research. Word processing pre
ferred. Great for May graduate
wanting to stop out one year before
law school. Equal Employment
Opportunity. Mail resume, cover
letter to UNC-Student Legal Servi
ces, P.O. Box 1312. Chapel Hill, NC
NEED GRADUATE STUDENT as
caretaker on Chatham County
estate. Will exchange living in rustic
cabin for year-round grounds main
tence. Must have experience with
tractor and bush-hog, mowers, chain
saw, and weedeater. Send resume
and references to : G.D. Simmons,
Route 4, Box 383, Pittsboro, N.C.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT. Fnl
Itime. Help with research on
the behavior of prematnre
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BS required. Send resume to:
Dr. Mandy Medvin, Psychol
ogy Department, Dnke Univer
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is and EOEAA employer.
WANTED: GRADUATE STU
DENTS FOR TEMPORARY WORK
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HELP WANTED: Physically disabled
student attending UNC desperately
looking for people to help with
morning or evening care. It is a great
learning experience that pays. Will
not interfere with class. No expe
rience needed. If interested, please
KITCHEN HELP: Colonel
Chntney'sis looking for a few good
men or women. Physical Require
ments: To be able to see lightning
and hear thunder and be able to
distinguish between the two in 3 out
of 5 tries. Physical requirements may
be waived. Job Description: To
be able to traverse a slack wire 200
feet above a raging furnace twice
nightly, three times on Sunday.
Previoas Experience: Beneficial
but not required. Enlistment:
Three part-time positions, 15-20
hours per week. Pay: $3.50hr. to
start, plus Tuition Assistance Pro
gram. Advancement: Promotion
to Colonel Chutney's cooking bri
gade as attrition allows.
Commitment: Strict adherence to
the KP CODE. Apply in person after
4:30 M-F at 300 W. Rosemary St.,
Colonel Chutney's - Home of the
best "Late Night Menu" in town,
serving every night until 1 am.
CAMP COUNSELORS - Male Female,
Outstanding Slim and Trim Down
Camps: Tennis, Dance, Slimmnastics,
WSI, Athletics, Nutritiorv'Dietetics. Age
20 plus. 7 Weeks. CAMP CAMELOT on
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setts, Pennsylvania, North Carolina,
California. Contact: Michele Friedman,
Director, 947 Hewlett Dr., No. Wood
mere, N.Y. 11581, 800-421-4321.
CASHIER NEEDED - Chapel Hill Pks
Rec. Collect admissions to outdoor pool;
assist public with information; some
maintenance. 40 hrsweek, alternate
weekends. Prefer Red Cross CPR, First
Aid & Adv. Lifesaving; require pleasant
personality, good communication skills.
$4-4.40hr. Apply by April 15: 200 Rant
Rd. 968-2790. EOAAE.
WSI Swim Instructors needed for summer
swim lessons with Orange County Recrea
tion and Parks. Call Lynn Hecht at 968
4501, ext. 295.
SEEKING DEPENDABLE LOVING
CARE for girls 4 and 11. weekday
mornings through summer. Transporta
tion, references and experience required.
Near campus $5hr. 967-6917.
NATIONAL CAMP ASSOCIA
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HIGHEST salaries paid - QUICK
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FREEservice Call us for an interview
SUMMMER POSITIONS: Develop peo
ple skills and leadership abilities while
gaining valuable life experiences as one
or more of the following: cabin counselors,
program specialists (swimming WSI),
tennis, gymnastics, archery, riflery , sailing,
water skiing, arts and crafts, ropes-course,
etc. Nurses (RN) and more. Camp Kanata
offers this experience with compensation
based on age, certification, and expe
rience. A rising College Sophomore (with
one year's experience. Life Saving and
First Aid) has the opportunity to earn
$1,250.00 for a successful performance as
a cabin counselor. Apply: Director, Camp
Kanata, Rt. 3, Box 192, Wake Forest, NC
SUMMER HELP NEEDED: The Village
Advocate is looking for students to help
deliver the Advocate this summer. Work
2-4 hrswk. Call Circulations, 9 am-4 pm,
M F, 968-4801.
COUNSELORS FOR BOY'S CAMP IN
MAINE. Openings in most activites (WSI,
tennis, basketball, etc.) Upper classmen
preferred. Write: Camp Cedar, 1758
Beacon St., Brookline, MA 02146 or call
SO. YOU HAVE TO STAY IN TOWN
THIS SUMMER! Well, don't waste all your
time! Work for the weekly Summer Tar
Heel as a news or sports writer, copy
editor, photog, editor, cartoonist, etc. Call
Sharon at 962 0245 or Nicki at 933-8160.
SUMMER JOBS! Painters
needed May-Angnst for Dur
ham area! $4.50-$7.50hr.
CALL 1-800-54S-6867! Have
fun working OUTDOORS!
LOVE YOUR MOTHER . . .
Earth that is. Help GREENPEACE
end nuclear destruction, toxic con
tamination and animal slaughter.
Hours 210 pm. Earn $175 250 wk.
PTFT. EOE. CALL 929 9990
between 10 am & 1:30.
LOW, LOW RENT IN EXCHANGE FOR
CHILD CARE. $100 per month for large
room and utilities in house on bus line.
In exchange for child care from 3-7 pm
weekdays of pleasant 9- and 13-year old
girls. Need car to transport children on
occasion. Those who love children apply.
MATURE, RESPONSIBLE PERSON to
care for our two pre school children in
our home, Mon Fri 3-6:30 pm, beginning
in mid-May. Must have car, references.
Call 929 8356.
FACULTY MEMBERS need chikfcare for
3 yr. old in our Chapel Hill home.
Approximately 10-15 hr.week, some
flexibility. Transportation necessary.
Available immediately, prefer student
wishing to continue next school year. Call
2 FAMILIES seek stadeat to pro
vide snmmer child care for 4 boys
(ages 6-11) late May-Angnst. Mnst
have car. $6hoar. Call 942-0805.
CHILD and light house care needed for
adorable 5 yearold girl and 10 month old
boy in my golf course home 30-40 hrs
week. Country club swimming pool
privileges. Cbse to UNC campus. Trans
portation a must. Call 933-2999.
PART-TIME SUMMER JOB: Friendly,
responsible person to care for cheerful 2
year old for 3 morningsafternoons a
week, beginning May. Call Cathy 933
9104. TWO TERRIFIC BOYS (ages 1 and 3)
need a fun and loving person to care for
us in our home while our mom works.
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Addi
tional hours as your schedule permits.
Beginning in May. 929-2286.
BABBYSITTER NEEDED for occasional
evenings and afternoons this spring and
summer. Please call before 6 pm or after
PROFESSIONAL COUPLE seks
responsible adult to care foi two
children (8 and 4) in our home during
the summer from 1-6 pm, Mon-Fri.
Call 967-3660 after 6 pm.
LEAVING FOR THE SUMMER? Two
mature responsible graduates would love
the opportunity to housesit for you.
Available May through July. Will provide
references. Call 967-2505.
LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO HOU
SESIT? Writer looking for housesitting
situation. Former counselor, college grad.
Reliable. Tish Merrill, 2007 Pamela St.,
Gastonia, NC 28052.
TAKE OUR LOFT! If you take it down
it's yours for FREE! Call 933-1582.
FOR SALE: Two person loft. Sturdy,
coated with flame retardant paint. Room
carpet also available (like new). Best offer.
Call anytime 933-1424.
FOR SALE: BUNKBED with mattresses.
Great for dorm or apartment. Only one
year old. $100.00. Call David or Kevin.
FOR SALE: LARGE DRESSER with
mirror, $45, bookcase, almost new, $25.
Call Karen, 967-0837.
BUILDING A LOFT is a pain! BUY our
well-built loft! Very sturdy! Double or
Triple! Must be out by April 21! Call now!
REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE: 4.1 cubic
foot, great condition, reasonable price.
Come by 214 Kenan or call 933-1443.
DONT BUY their lofts, BUY OURS:
Double, swing-up ladder, shelves, sunken
beds for most head-room, carpeted,
immovable, Must see. $125, summer
storage included. Chris or Gary, 933-3846,
213 Stacy. What could you do with all
those other lofts, anyway?
GREAT BUY on a spacious carpet. Will
cover most any dorm room with gorgeous
Carolina blue shag for only $45! Call Tom
COUCH FOR SALE: Comforable love
seat. Perfect for a dorm room. Only $20.
DOUBLE LOFT: Dental molding, swing
up ladder, brass coat hooks, attached
stereo rack, gray, very sturdy, only screws
and bolts for easy assembly. Call Chris
at 933 8838.
FOR SALE: 30 wpc Digital synthesized
stereo rack system. Double cassette w
Dolby, turntable, ghaphic equalizer, CD
inputs, 3-way tower speakers. Great
value. $170. Call Tom. 968-0776.
FOR SALE: Avanti 4 cu. ft. Refrigerator.
$60. Also Carolina Blue Carpet 6 by 9 (ft),
excellent condition. $45. Call 962 1108
(daytime); 968-4564 (evenings).
LOFTBAR COMBO. Perfect for any
dorm room! Will store over the summer
and help assemble in fall. Price neg. 933
8558. Ask for John.
TRIPLE LOFT FOR SALE. Light, finished
wood. Sturdy and in great condition. Call
933-5263 or come by 405 Connor for more
Bunkbed, seperable into two twin
beds, solid oak, good condition, $120.
Call Connie after 7 pm at 942-6558.
CHEAP! American Airlines tickets from
RDU to ROCHESTER, N.Y. on May 2nd
or 5th. Please call Debbie at 933-4905.
GOING TO OHIO? Fly nonstop RDU to
CLEVELAND for $50.00. One way ticket
Tuesday, April 19 at 2:15 pm. Call 968
9520 evenings or mornings.
FOR SALE: One way plane
ticket from RALEGIH to
NEWARK on May 3rd. Best
offer. Please call Jocelym nt