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6The Daily Tar HeelFriday, September 9. 1988
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By LANGSTON VERTZ
Those two words ring of success,
victories and national titles. Those
two words strike fear in many an
Saturday, at 5 p.m., the two words
wont be just words to North Carolina
fans anymore. They will be maroon
clad football players live and in
person in refurbished Kenan Sta
dium, lined up across the field from
the Tar Heels.
Mack Brown's troops, coming off
the wrong side of a 31-10 decision
against South Carolina and Ail
American candidate Todd Ellis, will
host the fourth-ranked Sooners in
Oklahoma's season-opener. And the
entire nation will be able to watch
on cable sports-station ESPN.
Oklahoma brings its potent wish
bone offense to Chapel Hill, one that
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varies little from year to year. Run,
run and run some more like a
runaway train. Jamelle Holieway is
the Sooners conductor, and he's the
red streak that rushed for 170 yards
during Oklahoma's 28-0 whitewash of
UNC last year in Norman, Okla. ,
But Holieway is not the Sooners'
only big engine. The backfield is again
well-oiled; led by tailback Anthony
Stafford, who averaged 6.9 yards per
rush last season.. As coach Barry
Switzer says, "We don't rebuild; we
While Oklahoma wants to come
into Kenan with guns firing and the
train rolling, Brown and his Tar Heels
want to limit the big play and slow
the swifter Sooners down in a low
"We've had concerns about our
overall team speed, and here we're
. playing probably the fastest team in
the country," Brown said Tuesday
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during his weekly press conference.
"For us to win weVe got to play
as good as we can possibly play," he
said. "WeVe got to control the ball
against one of the top defenses in the
country, and we need them to help
us. If they do their job and not put
the ball on the ground (fumble) we
don't have a chance to stay in the .
"We need to play perfect."
Perfection might be a tall order for
the Tar Heels, who enter Saturday's
home-opener as 24-point underdogs.
Senior inside linebacker Mitch Wike
will not be in uniform. Wike suffered
a pref orated small intestine during the
South Carolina game and his football
future is in question. Tight end John
Keller is questionable with a shoulder
But even with the Tar Heels' injury
problems, Switzer is still concerned
with his team's defense.
"WeVe got more. question marks
defensively than anywhere else,"
Switzer said. "I'm concerned with the
depth of our linebacker corps and our
inexperience in the secondary."
In the past, the Sooner linebackers
have been the heart of the defense,
frequently rated as among the
nation's best. Brian Bosworth, Dante
Jones and Paul Mipliazzo are but a
few of the examples. This year,
however, new faces like Kert Kaspar
and Frank Blevins will start for the
Kaspar is a senior who has lettered
twice, yet never has been a full-time
starter. Blevins is a sophomore who
was slated to back up Kaspar on the
strong side of the Sooners' "50"
Defense is also a concern for the
Tar Heels and Brown.
"Our defense will play hard against
them just as it did against South
Carolina," said Brown, who was
Switzer's offensive coordinator in
1984. "But the thing they can do is
kill you on a reverse with their speed
or on a busted play when a guy runs
out the back side to score.
"They have guys who are All
Americas waiting to happen!"
UNC does have some weapons of
its own, though. North Carolina has
won 17 of its last 19 home openers,
and an extra 2,100 fans will be in
expanded Kenan to cheer for the Tar
Heels, who will be decked out in new
uniforms and light blue helmets with
"NC" on the side.
More importantly, the Tar Heels
feature wide receiver Randy Marri
ott, who moved, from 18th to 12th
place on UNC's all-time receiving list
last weekend after catching six passes.
Tailback Torin Dorn will also be one
of the Tar Heels big guns. Dorn
rushed for 66 yards on 14 carries
against South Carolina and figures
to see the ball just as much against
But again, the biggest thing for the
Tar Heels Saturday will not be points
for, but points against.
UNC will go into the game with
a very young defensive team that has
but one senior, outside linebacker
Antonio Goss. Goss and junior strong
safety Dan Vooletich are the only
players in the starting lineup who
started each game last year.
Those two will lead the Tar Heel
unit against Holieway and the pow
erful Sooner offense, an offense that
Switzer has the utmost confidence in.
"I feel good about it," Switzer said.
"The changes we made in theiast few
days make us a better football team
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The biggest switch was moving
Mark VanKeirsbilck from left tackle,
to tight end. His back-up at tackle,
Terrpn Manning, will jump into the
starting tackle position.
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Children's classes: Creative Move
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year olds; Combined Ballet and Tap,
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101 Franklin Square (E. Franklin
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information, call 942-5512 or 929
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LOST brown tigerstripe male CAT named
Brandy. White flea collar, white chest and
paws. Lost in Highland Hills Apts. area.
Please call 929-9594. Reward.
To the FRESHMAN CAMPER who lost
her GLASSES at Camp New Hope, I have
them. CaB Cathy at 967-2962.
FOUND: A SET OF KEYS at Forest
Theatre, Aug. 27. Call to identify. Cathy.
967-2962. , -
FOUND: KEYS at DU party Tuesday
night . Call 968-9007. Ask for Dale.
FOUND: WALLET AND TWO DRIV
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LOST: Gold Gucci Watch, 9188. If
found, please contact 933-1655.
FOUND: GOLD BRACELET near
Arboretum. Call 933-0343 and ask for Kim
HELP! I lost my' KEYS last thursday 9
188 between Carmichael dorm, Dey Hall
and the Union. I need them soon. If found
please call 967-9645.
Have you lost something??? Look for
it at APO Lost and Found in the '
basement of the Union or call 962
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OVER 250 BRANDS 2600 STYLES.
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PERFORMANCE BICYCLE SHOP
The nation's leading bicycle retailer has
openings for full and part-time sales people
at its Carrboro retail store. Excellent
benefits and advancement opportunities
for energetic, self-motivated individuals.
Apply at 404 E. Main St., Carrboro, NC
After his changes, Switzer is much
happier about his squad, yet he is still
wary of the Tar Heels. V
"They Ye got quality players," he
said. "North Carolina attracts good
football players. They dont have
PHOTOGRAPHERS WANTED. Inter
ested in making money part-time photo
graphing people? No experience neces- "
sary; we train. If you are highly sociable,
have 35mm camera and transportation,
please call between 12 noon and 5 pm
at 967-9576, M-F. .
WANT A FANTASTIC JOB!? We
need enthusiastic, articulate, and respon
sible students to put themselves "on the
line" for academics. You can earn $4
hrand valuable resume experience while
contacting Carolina's most generous
Alumni. Get a great feeling by bringing
in funds for scholarships, professorships,
etc. Sun. to Thurs. evenings, 7-21 hrswk.,
flexible schedule, Super people, Apply 9
5 at 02 Hane Hall, 962-7014.
WESTERN SIZZUN' Steak House is now
accepting applications for full and part
time employment. Please apply at 324 W.
Rosemary St. between 2 and 4 pm.
SPERM DONORS NEEDED. College
students or graduates under 35 years old,
willing to participate 6 months or longer
in UNC artificial insemination program.
Confidentiality assured. $25 per accepta
ble speciman. Call 962-65 for screening
TEACHERS for Religions aad
Hebrew School, 1988-1989 San
day aador Tharsday. Good
wage. 489-7062 or 933-2182.
BICYCLE MECHANIC. Performance
Bicycle Shop has a position open for an
experienced bicycle mechanic to do '
assemblies and repair work. Excellent
career opportunity with benefits from the
nation's leading retailer of bicycles and
accessories. Ability to deal with the public -required.
Apply at Performance Bicycle.
404 E Main Street Carrboro, NC 27510. .
DO YOU HAVE CHILD CARE EXPE
. RENCE? Chfld Care Networks is looking
for qualified caregivers to provide full or .
part-time care in the child's home. For
more information call 942-0184.
EARN CASH. Work 3-4 hoursweek. '
Help deliver the Village Advocate. Call
Circulation, 9684801, M-F, 9 am-4 pm.
WANTED: Skilled, competent person(s)
who are experienced in building loft.
Willing to meet reasonable price for an
oh-so-exceptional job. Call Susan at 933
T.K.TRIPPS now hiring for all positions.
Exc. benefits, growth potential, and
competitive wages. Apply in person, M
F, 2-5 pm, 4600 Chapel Hill Blvd. (15
501 at Garrett Road).
THE UNC DEPT. OF TRANSPORTA
TION AND PARKING is currently
recruiting student parking monitors for fall
semester. We are offering flexible work -schedules.
Day and evening positions. For
more information, contact Garry Brown
, at 962-8006 or come by B-15 YMCA
Building, M-F, 7:30 am-4:30 pm. -
NEED temporary representatives to
market cable TV in Chapel Hill. Come
by Carolina Cable 1129 Weaver Dairy
Rd. for application.
HEALTHY SUBJECTS PAID for
participation in cotton dust study. Must
not have hayfever, asthma, or cigarette
usage. Earn $7hr. plus $15 bonus for
completing study. Call UNC Center for
Environmental Medicine at 962-0126,
Mon.-Fri., 8 am-5 pm if interested.
CAROLINA INN now hiring UNC stu
dents in cafeteria for lunch and dinner.
Flexible schedule. Top pay. See Parti. Also
need students for kitchen help. See Chef.
FOOTBALL, SOFTBALL OFFI
CIALS NEEDED FOR ON
CAMPUS INTRAMURAL ACTIVI
TIES. PAY $3.60-S4.2VHOUR. NO
EXPERIENCE NEEDED, WE PRO
VIDE TRAINING. FLEXIBLE
HOURS. CONTACT ASSISTANT
DIRECTOR BETTY DAVIS, 203
WOOLLEN GYM, 962-1006.
PART-TIME BOOKKEEPER needed for
small lawn service company. Should be
. a businessaccounting major willing to
work one evening per week and looking
for experience. Must have transportation.
$5hr. to start. Anne Frey 929-3809.
PART-TIME WORK AVAILABLE: Data
entry, filing, ad paste-up, typesetting,
proofreading at $4hr. afternoon and
evening hours through Oct. 15. Apply in
person, the Village Companies, 88
McClamroch Circle. .
BOOTH ATTENDANTS seeded to
work ia the Haaea visitor pay lot.
Applicants apply ia peraoa oa M-W-F,
7:30-11:30 am or T-Th after
3 pm. Ask for Breada Mills.
PART-TIME DELIVERY PERSON, two
evenings a week. Must be reliable, friendly,
and have own transportation. Call 967-
9576 from 12-5 pm M-F for interview.
PERSONABLE STUDENT ASSISTANT
needed for Sports Promotions office in
UNC Athletic department. Must be able
to work a minimum of 20 hours per week
(preferably afternoons). Pleasant tele
phone manner and excellent typing skills
required. Opportunity to continue this job
through your college career and summers.
Good experience for your resume as well.
Call April Eddinger at 966-5250, Monday
Friday between 2 and 5 pm.
WAITER POSITIONS AVAILABLE. CaD
' the Kappa Delta house at 967-9325 or
come by between 2 and 5 this week. 219
E. Franklin St.
WAITERS NEEDED for Dinner shift at
Sorority House. Ideal for students. Meals
provided. Free cleaning of uniforms. Call
967-6001, leave message.
DISHWASHER NEEDED. Ideal for stu
dent. Meals plus Salary. Call 967-6001,
LACROSSE INSTRUCTORS NEEDED
Chapel Hill PksRec. Instruct children
(11 18 yrs) in basic skills; officiate scrim
mage games. Tues. and Thurs., 4:15-7:45
pm, 9131020. Requires 2 yrs playing
exp; prefer 4 mos teaching exp. $6hr.
: Apply by Sept 12: 200 Plant Rd. 968-2784.
WANTED: TAN, ATTRACTIVE
GIRLS to model for NANTUCKET
GOLD TANNING PRODUCTS
POSTER, with National Comediaa
ADAM DREAD. Mast be TAN aad
like Pablicity. For Info call: Sasaa,
933-1099 before Moaday.
THE WOMENS BASKETBALL TEAM is
searching for two friendly, dedicated,
hard-working people to be managers for
the team. Male or female No experience
necessary. Great benefits! Call 929-9425
for more information.
ON-CAMPUS PART-TIME EMPLOY
MENT OPPORTUNITY. Person to pick
up lunches. Must have own transporta
tion. Hours between 11:30-12:30 Contact
Mary Bridges at WDC, 929-2662.
CHILDREN'S LACROSSE LEAGUE
DIRECTOR AND TEAM LEADERS
Chapel Hill PksRec. Director Supervise
Team Leaders, $6hr. Team Leaders:
Organize practices and coach during
games; $3.60hr. Sept 14-Oct 29, PRAC
TICES Wednesdays, 4-5 pm; GAMES
Saturdays, 9-12 noon. Requires 1 yr
playing exp; prefer 2 mos sports instruc
tion. Apply by Sept 12: 200 Plant Rd. 968
TIMERS NEEDED Chapel Hffl Pks
Rec. Officiate andor keep scoretime for
youth basketball league. Oct-March, 10-
20 hrsweek, evenings and weekends.
Experience preferred; training provided.
Officials: $5-$8game; ScorerTimer $5
game. Apply by Sept 19: 200 Plant Rd.
FIELD HOCKEY INSTRUCTORS
NEEDED - Chapel Hill Pks.Rec.
Instruct girls in basic skills; officiate
scrimmage games. Mon and Wed, 5:15
6:45 pm, 926-1019. Requires 1 yr playing
exp; prefer 6 mos teaching exp. $6hr.
Apply by Sept 19: 200 Plant Rd. 968-2784.
ADULT TENNIS INSTRUCTOR
NEEDED Chapel Hill PksRec. Provide
instruction to adult students from
beginner to intermediate levels. Yr-round,
except Dec-Feb. Starts Sept 19, Mon- ,
Thurs, 9:30-11:30 am. Requires 2 yrs
playing exp; 6 mos teaching exp. $5.75
hr. Apply by Sept 16: 200 Plant Rd. 968
PLAYSCHOOL ASSISTANTS NEEDED
Chapel Hill PksRec. Assist with
operation of small playschool for ages 3
5, MonWed, TuesThurs, or both ses-
sions, 9 am-12 noon. Prefer related
experience. $5.25hr. Apply by Sept 19:
200 Plant Rd. EOAAE.
NEEDED: Chapel HiB PksRec. Teach
gymnastics and tumbling skills to 3-8 year
olds. Mon-Fri (except Tues), 230-4:30 pm.
Prefer related experience, require knowl-
edge of teaching gymnastics skills. 8.50
hr. Apply by Sept 19: 200 Plant Rd. EO
LOOKING for a part time or full time job?
Contact SKI AND TENNIS STATION off
Durham Chapel HiB Blvd. at 490-1111 or
; 968-0731. i-K,.,. .
CAROLINA INN now hiring breakfast
room service waits. Mon-Fri, 6:30-9:45 am. .
Good salary plus tips. See Jim Ferguson.
THE CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORb CITY
SCHOOLS After-School Program is
accepting applications for part-time (15
hrs.wk.) employment as a bus driver
teacher's assistant. Applicants must hold
NC bus driver's license or must complete
the Bus Drivers Program. Experience in
child care preferred. Interested applicants
should contact Hattie Scott at 967-8211,
MOONLIGHTERS! Earn extra cash. Help
clean up the Dean Dome Sept. 9 and 15.
Starts at 11 pm, work 4-6 hrs. Pays $4
hr. CaD today to sign up, 1-800-768-8367.
STABLE WORK. PART TIME. FLEXI
BLE HOURS. CALL NIGHTS 489-3523.
DO YOUR SHARE FOR CLEAN AIR!
Earn $7-10hr. as a participant in EPA
studies of common air pollutants. Healthy
non-smokers ages 18-35 can collect 919-966-1532.
Studies for white females fuU.
ASTHMATICS : non-smoking men and
women ages 18-35 who are otherwise
healthy can earn $7-$10hr while partic
ipating in a study of the special problems
of air pollution and asthmatics. For more
information caH 966-1253. .
ANTS FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS:
Chapel Hill PksRec. Instructors: teach
mentallyphysically disabled persons in
one area or more oh skating, basketbaU,
swimming, tennis, aerobics, track and
field, dance. Program Assts: assist instruc
tor, chaperone on field trips, some
administrative duties. Flexible schedule.
Prefer related experience. $4.25-8.00hr
(varies with task). Apply by Sept. 19: 200
Plant Rd. EOAAE
LOCAL MANUFACTURER NEEDS
CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY HELP NOW!
OPEN 24 HOURS MONDAY-FRIDAY,
FLEXIBLE. $4.50-$4.70'TO START,
RAPID INCREASES. CALL 929-4260
929-8420 BETWEEN 8 am-5 pm.
THE UNIVERSITY CLUB is hiring
full or part-time waiters, waitresses,
busmen.' Must be neat in appearance.
Lunch and dinner shifts open 7 days a
week. Apply between 2 and 5 Tues. -through
Fri. Suite 1700, University Tower,
3101 Petty Rd. Durham. EOE.
CROOKS CORNER is now hiring for aU
kitchen positions. Please apply in person,
610 W. Franklin Street, Chapel HiH, 9am
CLEAN OUR HOUSE! $4hr 4-5 hrs per
week. Flexible. Vacuming, dusting, etc.
Do your own laundry while you work.
Need own transportation. CaD Dr. Reice
962-1375, 966-1104 days; 967-6670
WANTED: STUDENT 10-20 hrswk for
$3.35hr. Duties include autoclaving and
dishwashing for lab. Flexible hours. Please
contact Juanita Dalzett, 928 FLOB, 966
4196. SPORTS SHOP has opening for part
time worker. Experience helpful but right
attitude is paramount. Apply in person
Steve Friedman's PRO SHOP and Run
ning Center, Carr Mill in Carrboro.
DINING ROOM SERVICE. Carol Woods
Retirement Community Dining Room
Service (host, wait and bus people). Part
time jobs tailored for college students.
Work times: 4 8 pm. Very generous
scheduling and request-off structure. A
pleasant and attractive environment and
interact with accomplished and vital
community residents. A quality meal
provided to workers.1 No experience
, required. Minimum $4.34hr. Call Michael
' at Carol Woods Food and Nutrition
Services, 968-4511 today! ., -
, SEARCHING FOR A CAREER? Then our
Burger King Restaurants have a place for
you. We arc looking for dependable,
friendly individuals and we offer excellent
starting wage, paid vacation, free meals,
and uniform with chance of advancement.
Take advantage of this opportunity. Apply
in person today, 140 Elliott Rd., or 205
E. Franklin St., Chapel Hill.
enough of em at the present time.
Our scouts feel like they're young and
inexperienced and lack team'speed."
Mack Brown said the Tar Heels
needed to play perfect to win. Okla
homa just needs to play normal.
EARLY EDUCATION MAJORS needed.
Hours 9:30 am to 12 noon; 3:30-6:00 pm
M-F. Little People Education Daycare,
LOOKING FOR THAT IDEAL JOB that
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schedule? Try donating plasma and earn
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PUT SOME EXCITEMENT INTO YOUR
LIFE! READ FOR A BUND STUDENT
IN GERMAN (AND ENGLISH). CALL
9674738. ' .
TECHNICIAN. Person in this
position wiD make home visits over
a three county area (mileage reimbur
sement), program presentations to
groups, keep extensive accurate
records. Must have training in nutri
tion and substantial knowledge of
child care andor child development.
$16,236 - with benefits.
Person in this position wiQ
greet and screen parents, child care
providers, and general public to direct
them to agency services; perform a
range of clerical services including
word processing, record keeping,
scheduling, telephone surveys. Must
be skilled as typist or word processor;
strongly prefer child care back
ground; demonstrated ability to
organize own work and keep smiling
through many interruptions. 60
position, $9,345.60 with benef
its CHILD CARE RESOURCE
& REFERRAL SPECIALIST.
Person in this position will assist
parents seeking ch3d care and survey
child care providers regarding servi
ces. Must have training and expe
rience in child care, ability to provide
information clearly, pleasantly, and
nonjudgementally, counselling expe
rience helpful; will train to keep
computerized records. 20 position,
$3,247.20, no benefits. This position
may expand to 50 in future. Scad
resame aad brief letter of
appCcatkm to Child Car Net
work, 217 Can Mill, Car
rboro, NC 27510. No calls or
visits please. EOAAE.
MAKE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE
PIZZA HUT DELIVERY, now hiring
drivers, cooks and telephone person
nel Up to $450 to start, flexible
hours, good benefits, health insu
rance, paid, vacation and free meals.
Apply at 516 W. Franklin St across
from Chapel HiU Newspaper between
2-5 pm or can 942-0343.
WOMEN'S CLOTHING Sales
Inventory Assistant needed. No
evenings, no Sundays. Downtown
Chapel HOI. Please call 967-4035.
$ $ $ Now hiring delivery and rt-store
personnel for the world's largest pizza
delivery company. Flexible sche
dules, $3-10hr. Apply in person , to
Domino's Pizza at 412 E Main St.,
Carrboro or 2617 Chapel Hi Blvd.,
Durham. After 4:30 pm.
PAID VOLUNTEERS FOR
ALLERGY STUDY Male and
female subjects age 18 and over with
nasal allergies needed for four week
study of an investigational medica
tion. For further information call
Carolina Allergy and Asthma Consul
tants at 787-5995. ?
WELCOME BACK STUDENTS!!!!
MTS has assignments available on
campus or a short bus ride from
UNC. Day and evening hours, part
time, fun-time or flexible schedules.
Eager to work? CaU today! 9684255,
CES, 730 Airport Road, Suite 105.
Bolin Creek Center, Chapel HiO.
FGI, a leading market research
company, has positions available in
our phone center for day or evening
hours. Make good money talking with
people about consumer products,
banking, politics, and social issues.
Can Operations Manager between 2
and 4 pm at 929-7759,
PAID VOLUNTEERS: Healthy male '
or female volunteers, ages 18-70
needed for study examining the
endocrine and immune effects of
stress and depression. Involves two
brief stays (4 days and 3 nights) in
the clinical research unit at NCMH;
24 hour urine collections; blood
drawing. Reimbursement for com
pleting the study is $400. Free
physical and laboratory work. Free
EKG if over 40. If interested call Bob
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day and evening numbers.
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