North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
The Daily Tar HeelFriday, September 9.-19Q85
Pep. iraD Dy -Ito " DcD:Gk-"-.1Ffir Fever seasoo
Dy JAMES BENTON
The Fever may reach epidemic
proportions well after the last snap
of the football this season, according
to Carolina Fever committee
The first pep rally of the year is
scheduled to begin Friday at 8 p.m.
outside the Sigma Phi Epsilon house
on Cameron Avenue.
"It just might be at an all-time
high," said Scott Beckley, Carolina
Fever vice president.
The rally will include UNC head
football coach Mack Brown, team
captains of the football, field hockey
and men's and women's soccer teams,
the cheerleading squad and the High
Kickin Heels. Also appearing at the
pep rally will be the new mikeman,
A local band Johnny White and
the Elite Band is scheduled to
perform at the pep rally and will
provide music until midnight.
Beckley said the rally might have
problems because of the INXS
concert, which is also scheduled for
8 p.m. Friday in the Smith Center.
The rally is expected to attract a large
crowd, and the concert may create
its usual share of traffic congestion.
To cut down on congestion, bar
ricades will be placed around the site
of the rally to prevent the crowd from
spilling into the street, Beckley said.
The pep rally will be the beginning
of a new tradition and rejuvenated
athletic spirit at UNC, Beckley said.
"Since this is the 100th year of
Carolina football, we want to start
new traditions," he said. ';
To ensure that new traditions are
started, Beckley said the cheerleaders
have been working with the mikeman
on new cheers.
Brown has brought a new attitude
to UNC, Beckley said. Brown has
been more "personable" to students
and to Carolina Fever than former
head football coach Dick Crum, he
Brown's appearance at the rally is
evidence that he is closer and more
accessible to the student body in
general. Last year, there were several
pep rallies for the team and Crum
did not attend them, Beckley said.
Tonight's rally will be one of three
scheduled for the football season.
There will be a rally Oct. 14 for the
N.C. State game which will be
sponsored with the Delta Upsilon
fraternity. The other will be held Oct.
21 for the homecoming game against
Beckley said the year looks prom
ising for Carolina Fever; Membership
in the organization has doubled, and
a meeting of the organization Wed
nesday night drew more than 630
members, he said.
Carolina Fever will "definitely have
more enthusiasm" this year, Beckley
said. The committee will attend more
non-revenue sporting events and is
trying to work a lot more with the
, Marching Tarheels and the cheerlead
ing squads to make "one big group,"
Another plan is to include the Clef
Hangers and Loreleis singing groups
in the homecoming rally as well.
Involvement is the main idea behind
a successful homecoming celebration,
All in all it looks to be a great year
for spirit and Carolina athletics,
"We're just trying to spread the
fever around," he said. v
DTH Picks of the Week
Here it is, time for all you would
be football analysts to test your skills
against us, the experts (as we have
so unbiasedly tabbed ourselves)
yes, it's once again time for the DTH
Picks of the Week! .
Ahead lies 12 weeks of competi
tion, when we will truly find out
which of us can consistently forsee
the big wins, the upsets and the plain
oF nailbiters that lie ahead in the 1988
college football season.
Gone is defending champion Pat
ton McDowell, but one-time cham
pion Mike (Sleep? What the hell is
that?) Berardino hopes to regain his:
old form, with Chris (Xacto Man)
Spencer still muttering about last
year. In their virgin season are Andy
and Dave (The Real Thing) Glenn.
And now ladies and gentlemen, we
give you, Week No. 1. .
OWASA lifts restrictions on water yse
Dy LYNN GOSWICK
The mandatory restrictions placed
on water use in the Orange Water
and Sewer Authority's (OWASA)
service area, which includes UNC,
have been lifted, OWASA executive
director Everett Billingsley
announced this week.
The lifting of the mandatory
restrictions is due to the 1.25 inches
of rainfall the area received last week,
which added a three week's supply
of water to OWASA's reservoirs,
The mandatory restrictions have
been in effect for less than three
Although September, October and
November are historically the driest
months of the year, the recent
showers should "help us to get by
until there is a plentiful rainfall,"
Even though voluntary restrictions
on water use' are still encouraged,
Billingsley praised University stu
dents, staff, faculty and administra
tion for cooperating and providing
a little "campus humor" in such a
Ideas such as Shower With Your
Plant and Shower With Your Friend
"help us get through and do our part,"
Billingsley said he hopes the volun
tary restrictions on water use will be
lifted soon, but he stressed that
practical, stringent conservation
should still be observed.
According to the National Weather
Service, OWASA's service area,
which normally averages 3.78 inches
of rainfall in September, is expected
to receive above normal precipitation
But if above average temperatures
accompany this rainfall, as the
weather service also predicts, some of
the rainfall may evaporate from the
reservoirs' surfaces. This evaporation
Aussie rock band The Church
ive Memorial Hal I concert
By KELLY RHODES
In the crop of Australian bands
that have been emerging over the past
few years, some have made it big, like
INXS and Midnight Oil. Others have
quietly come out from Down Under,
like The Church.
Chapel Hill will get the opportunity
to hear The Church live in Memorial
Hall, Sept. 28 at 8 p.m.
Tickets for students with their
UNC IDs will be distributed Mon
day, Sept. 12, only at the Carolina
Union Box Office at 10 a.m. There's
a special price of SI 2.50 for the first
750 tickets, so get there early. .
For everyone else, tickets will be
$14.50. They will be distributed the
same morning at the Union Box
Office and at Ticketron outlets. Call
your favorite distribution point for
their specific rules and times.
The Church began in 1980 as a
three-man band consisting of Nick
Ward, Peter Koppes and Steve
Kilbey. Soon after Marty Willson
Piper signed on, they landed a
contract with EMI-Australia. Ward
left in 1981 and was replaced by
Creem magazine has called The
Church a band that doesn't "sound
like anybody else, really." With
laurels from their first album, Of
Skins and Heart, The Church
launched a United Kingdom and
European tour vay back in 1982.
That first LP, boosted by the Top
Ten single "Unguarded Moment,"
went platinum in their homeland and
gold in Canada. .. , .
A string of albums and EPs fol
lowed, including Blurred Crusade,
Seance, Sing-Songs and Remote
Luxury. That last was recorded as a
mixture of EPs from Australia on the
Warner label, and The Church
phenomenon began in the States.
After a rest, the group recorded
Heyday in 1986, and began working
on Starfish the following fall. "Under
the Milky Way" was released this past
January, and the album came in the
The Church has been, hailed by
critics as being an instant classic, "a
timeless grasp of melody, dynamics
and song structures," says Ram
magazine. Creem adds, "These guys
, are great they've always been great
and they just keep getting better."
A . v
v. - . - -y.y:-
iwmwmm rnm hems
Harris-Teeter has immediate openings in
our Chapel Hill and Carrboro stores.
Reasons you should join our team:
n Great starting pay depending on
Raises based on performance
Flexible work schedules
b Excellent working environment
We have the following positions
Cashiers Baggers Deli Clerks
Now is the time to act and see what
Harris Teeter has to offer!
Apply at any store:
1200 Raleigh Rd., Chapel Hill
University Mall, 15-501 ByPass, Chapel Hill
310 Greensboro St,. Carrboro
- - , - j
'TJAT4DA" fETSST "CAFE"
1 ) MARIANNE UGISXICHT
1 .Ml J J CCH FOUNDCX ,
Mr 'I i
mN PYTHON (KltfltK) SimEOttr .. tZMt.
in a ii J
would cause a loss of as much as 1.5
million gallons of water a day,
The evaporation, along with
increased water usage during ' hot
spells, could add up, he said. For that
reason, Billingsley said he is hoping
for "showers every day except foot
Oklahoma at North Carolina
Perm State at UVa ;
UT-Chaaanooga at Ga. Tech
Duke at Tennessee
IIL State at VVake Forest , t
Michigan at Notre Dame
Kentucky at Auburn
Nebraska at UCLA ,; ,":
. Chris Andy Dave Glenn ;
Spencer : Podolsky J
(o-o-o). ooo (o-o-o).oboi .' (o-o-o).6bo j;
; UNC . 6u. ;;: ou "
UVa , PSU PSU.';''
'Tech r lech , , Tech-
. Tena .'. :-: Tenn. I f -" Tenn.
Clem. v i Clem;; '-
VMictv ; ND"
Aub - Aub. '
: USC ; : USC
1, - -:
The DTH Campus Calendar is a daily
listing of University-related, activities
sponsored by academic departments,
student services and student organiza
tions officially recognized by the Division '
of Student Affairs. To appear in Campus
Calendar, announcements must be sub
mitted on the Campus Calendar form by
NOON one business day before the
announcement is to run. Saturday and
Sunday events are printed in Friday's
calendar and must be submitted on the
Wednesday befpre the announcement is
to run. Forms and a drop box are located ;
outside the DTH office, 104 Union. Items
of Interest lists ongoing events from the
same campus organizations and follows
the same deadline schedule as Campus
Calendar. Please use the same form.:
Noon Institute of Latin
will sponsor a brown
bag lunch with a pres
entation by Marcelo
Cavarozzi and Edgardo
Cattesberg about "The
Next Step in Redemo
cratization: the 1989
The lecture will be in
355 Hamilton Hall.
1 p.m. University Career
' vices will hold a basic
information meeting for
seniors and graduate '
students on how to use
the UCCPS office in
1:45 p.m. UCCPS will hold a
resume writing work
shop in 210 Hanes Hall.
3 p.m. . UCPPS will hold a
meeting for graduate
students on how to use
the UCPPS office in
3:45 p.m. UCPPS will hold a
resume writing work
shop for graduate stu
dents in 210 Hanes
9 p.m. Carolina Gay and
Lesbian Associa- -tion
will host a back-'
to-school dance until 1
a.m. at the Craige Hall
Coffeehouse on South
, , . ' . Campus. Limited
refreshments will be
provided. A $3 dona
tion is requested.
5 p.m. ; WXYC will air "30
,'' 30," a sports call-in talk
show, every Sunday at
this time. This week's
guest will be Bob
"Sarge" Keefer, the ,
. ' announcer at Bosha
mer Stadium and a
. man with a million
6 p.m. WXYC wffl air '.
Live," a call-in talk
. show, every Sunday at
- this time. This week's ,
guest wiU be Al Daw
son, local expert on
; . murderers.
8 p.m. Fellowship of
Graduate and Pro
wffl hold its first meet
ing of the year at the
V. Wesley Foundation,
Items of Interest
, Executive Branch of the
Student Government commit
tee applications are available in
Suite C of the Union.
Union Gallery committee;:
presents two exhibits: Paintings by :;
Betty Ben and Mixed Media from
CenterGallery. V f ' "V
Carolina Union Activities
Board committee applications argV
available at the Union Desk.! f
; UNC Elections Board appRfi
cations are available at the informal
tion rack beside the Union Desk.
Please turn them in by Sept. 9. :?
Delta Sigma Pi, the profes?
sional business fraternity, is having
sign-up for fall rush Sept. 6-12 th ;
front of CarroH Hall. , : ;
Carolina Students' Credit
Union is looking for people to work
in all facets of the organization..
Interested students can drop sy thV
office in the Unipn next to jth&'s
Great Decisions '89 is accept-,
ing applications for its coordinating
committee. Applications and more i
information available in 207
CaldweU. -, . - . ; ;rc?
The Campus Y Umstead
Committee is accepting students"
? in the voluhteer""pV6'gram at P5Rn,
Umstead State Psychiatric Hospia! ,
Students wishing to volunteer must
attend one of three orientation
sessions at the hospital on Sept. 12,
13 or 14. Carpools will be arranged
through the Campus Y.
S m0"e 0 ear'
PARENTAL 6U0AMX SUGGESTED
1 1 II m trvwo
If III1. ...J
NOW SHOWING AT THEATRES EVERYWHERE