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10The Daily Tar HeelMonday, September 12, 1988 Football from page 12 big plays in the option game. "They played very well. They didn't turn the ball over like they had to for us to have a chance to win the ballgame." Oklahoma did fumble seven times Saturday, but just two of the miscues were recovered by the Tar Heels. The Sooners piled up 463 yards of total offense on the evening, including 391 on the ground, and held a 34:23-25:37 advantage in time of possession. Stafford led the way statistically for OU, picking up 86 yards on 12 carries. Freshman Mike Gaddis added 56 yards on just five carries, while Thompson and Holieway rushed for 51 and 47 yards, respectively. Oklahoma threw just six times, completing three of them for 72 yards. The Sooners were just as dominant on defense, and perhaps more so. "They (UNC) couldn't run the ball against us," Oklahoma coach Barry Switzer said, "and if you can't fun you generally can't win." Indeed, the Tar Heels' leading rusher Saturday was Jonathan Hall, the backup quarterback, who carried 10 times for 56 yards. Tailback Torin Dora was held to just eight yards on three tries. Overall, UNC gained 255 yards in total offense. But most of those yards came between the 30s, as the Tar Heels' deepest penetration was to the Oklahoma 24 on their final drive. But Hall was intercepted in the end zone by Jerry Parks with 40 seconds left to seal the shutout. "I think we did move the ball well enough against them; we just didn't move it well enough to get anything ,on the board," said Hall, who split time with redshirt frosh Deems May Heels and was 3-of-13 passing for 52 yards. "We had every reason to believe we could score on Oklahoma. I couldn't put "a number on it. I had no idea we'd have zero, that's for sure. "We tried to do everything we'd normally do. But we made some crucial mistakes, and we couldn't afford to make those mistakes. There were a lot of mental errors." May, who went 9-for-19 through the air for 87 yards, committed the first of those UNC mental 'errors just five minutes into the game. On third and six from the OU 35, May's short pass over the middle went behind Kennard Martin, the intended . from page 12 receiver, and was intercepted by Scott Garl. , ; Oklahoma proceeded to blaze its way to paydirt in 10 efficient plays, with Stafford's. 23-yard carry to the UNC 4 being the longest gain. With 5:57 left in the first quarter, it was 7-0 Sooners. UNC reached the OU 39 on the ensuing possession before stalling, and the Sooners answered by going 80 yards in eight plays. Gaddis' 33 yard pickup on second and 12 from the UNC 43 was the highlight of the drive, which Thompson capped himself at the 1:17 mark of the opening quarter. The Tar Heels then went three-downs-and-out, enabling the Sooners to stretch their margin to 21-0 midway through the second period when Stafford scored on a critical fourth-and-goal play. Clemsoo downs meim socceir; cross coyotry places at Wake Oklahoma UNC First downs 24 15 Rushes-yards 71-391 32-116 Passing yards . 72 139 Rertum yards 66 9 Passes 3-6-0 12-32-3 Punts 7-34 9-40 Furnbles-tost 7-2 2-0 Penalties-yards 6-45 3-26 Time of possession 3423 2537 Oklahoma 14 7 7 0-28 North Carolina .0 0 0 000 OU Perry 2 run (Lashar kick) OU Thompson 8 run (Lashar kick) OU Stafford 1 run (Lashar kick) OU HcSeway 4 run (Lashar kick) A 53,675 nothing." Compared 'to Blount, Dwight Hollier is a veteran. The Hampton, Va., native was redshirted last year, and he so impressed the new coaching staff last spring that he nailed down a starting linebacker spot before school let out for the year. He has been in the middle of the action for two games now and had six tackles Saturday. "That kind of speed is surprising, he said. "The coaches told us how fast they were, and the scout team ran the wishbone last week, but there's no way they could run as fast as Oklahoma did." But every cloud, or loss, has a silver lining, and Hollier said he knows what this one was. VftSS'IY&gg "WANDA" fi 1 I1 it WhGUMOfT 2:00 4:00 7:30, j 9:30 ' m2 1 I EXTHA LATE SHOWS II MFftl. SAT. I CAFE" mm I 2:05 4:20 7:05 9: :20 WTh6N ikiNTtk) SitteOtE; i CAROLINA PE-30T CLUE Come develop your photo skills along with all those rolls of film you shot this summer! Full black & white darkroom facilities and resources. Become a new member! First Fall Meeting Monday, Sept. 12 9:00 pm Room 226 Carolina Union "Maybe playing these types of teams will give us a jump on the ACC," he said. "No one else in the conference started with teams like this." Count starting quarterback Deems May among those youngsters, too. After a Sooner defensive lineman tried to root May's shoulder into the Kenan Stadium turf in the second quarter, the Lexington native came back to alternate with Jonathan Hall the rest of the game. Afterwards, he seemed impressed with the Sooners. "I tell you what, they had some real good athletes on defense," he said. "They hit hard." For Tar Heel head man Mack Brown, playing his young guys right off the bat isn't anything to worry about. Sure, he would rather redshirt them and give them time to mature v and get used to college, but Brown just doesn't have that luxury right now. Still, it didn't seem to bother him, and, as always, he was eager to answer the question about his young charges. "Obviously, we don't want to have those freshmen playing this early, but the thing IVe been proud of is they've kept their heads up and they're playing as hard as possible," he said. "And that's all you can ask for. "Sometimes they'll make a wrong move or go too far on a pass route, but that's what an experienced player will do for you." All in all, Brown has to be satisfied with his team's effort thus far this season. As a whole, most of the players didn't look too down with Saturday's loss. So while the Tar Heels are indeed 0-2, and Brown has yet to get his first win at UNC, you have to look at it in perspective his young squad has already seen probably the two best two teams they will see this year, and they have to be happy about that. rm ram msm 32m (r TOEID)MElil)AY- MEN'S SOCCER vs. Georgia Southern 2s(D)(D)IPM METTEIEIK. FUELLED f Jl ''9 IMS 7 ELLIOT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN 967-4737 Debra WingerTom Bar aner BETRAYED 2:20 4:45 7:10 9:35 WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT 2:40 4:30 7:00 9:10 Robert DsNlroCharles Grodln MIDNIGHT RUN (R) 2:30 4:40 7:00 9:20 acpy Hungry for a copy shop that caters to your odd hours? Kinko's is the place. (InStO's Open 24 hours. 114 W. Franklin St. 967-0790 'OOO All Film at thm Union Auditorium "Small Change" v.w.v-.v.-.-..-.w..-w.-.-.-.w.-.-..-.w.w.--1 MM JJ", "RoomAtJliCTop TIiurs.,Scptl5 ' 7&9:30 Admission Night "BroadcaSt News" Frl., Septl6 7, 9:30 & 12 $1.50 tudent tickets at Unloi) Desk FREEFILT.! V; fAU0V , Sat, Sept 17 7 & 9:30 FREE FILM "BigDcalOn Madonna Street" SunM Sept 18 7& 0:30 V SEPTEMBER 14 Pinky Wyoming & Duke Lacrosse with The Gin Dickeys .country music with a comic twist I 9:00 PM SEPTEMBER X5 DEAR JOHN X guitarvocals 9:30 PM SEPTEMBER 1G Eve Comelious O: cnip crawiora Group JAZZR&BJAZZR&B 9:00 PM SEPTEMBER!! reggaesocacalypso 9:00 PM mmm 'i ff p it) n mmmmnt&imiimp A From staff reports CLEMSON, S.C. Seventh ranked Clemson scored the game's first two goals and held on to defeat the third-ranked North Carolina men's soccer squad 2-1 Sunday before 4,258 at Riggs Field. The Tigers are a perfect .4-0, while the Tar Heels continued their early season demise, dropping to 1-3. Clemson opened the scoring on James Grimes' goal from 15 yards away off a Pearse Tormey assist at the 35:38 mark. The Tigers made it 2-0 2:51 into the second half on a David Fortner goal, with Tormey again assisting. The Tar Heels came back to cut the margin to one, though. Senior back Donald Cogsville scored UNC's lone goal with 20:14 to go in the match as he broke free from midfield and scored unassisted from 10 yards out. ; Each squad had their chances late' in the game to score. Grimes hit the Tar Heel crossbar with one shot, and UNC freshman Adam Tinkham fired a shot that was just a few feet wide of the Tiger goal. For the Tar Heels, senior goal- keeper Darren Royer, back from a foot injury that kept him out of the Tar Heels' 2-1 loss to Campbell last Wednesday, had three saves on the day. The Tigers' Kevin Taylor notched two. UNC's next match is also its home opener, against Georgia Southern Wednesday at Fetzer Field at 2 p.m. ' a In Winston-Salem, the UNC men's, and women's cross country teams....'.-, finished third and second, respec tively, in Saturday's Wake Forest Nike Cross Country Invitational. Senior Mike McGowan led the men's squad with a fourth-place, 25:01 finish in the five-mile course. Chuck Lotz, Eric Hichman, Paul 1 Cummings and Andy Pflaum . , rounded out the top five for the Tar Heels, who finished behind Brevard and Clemson with 87 points. . . 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: for 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 .50 for each consecutive day Businesses: $5.00 per day Additional charges for all ads: 5 per word per day over 25 words $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. : THOSE DEADLINES ARE COMING! LINE UP YOUR TYPISTEDITOR NOW FOR ALL THOSE PAPERS, THESES, DISSERTATIONS, ETC. REASONABLE RATES AND EXPERIENCE IN VAR IOUS SUBJECTS. 929-3236. COMPUTER REMINDER SERVICE SPE CIAL OFFER. 10 dates. $10.00. 1 will call to remind you of any important dates in your school year. Call Yvonne at 933-9293. lost & found LOST: Gold Gucci Watch, 9188. If found, please contact 933-1655. Reward!!!!! FOUND: GOLD BRACELET near Arboretum. Call 933-0343 and ask for Kim for details. LOST: PAIR OF GLASSES. Thin tortoise shell frame. In black case that has "North Hills Opticians" printed on it Reward offered! Call 933-0414. , LOST: BURGANDY "EASTPAK" BACKPACK. Taken by MISTAKE from Student Store. PLEASE return. No questions. VERY IMPORTANT. Call Roy at 967-5446. RYAN E. BOLAND: Your small brown , LEATHER TRAVEL WALLET has been found. To claim, call Geoffrey at 942 8586(days) or 967-4379(evenings). FOUND: WACHOIVA TELLER 0 CARD FOR CLARENCE COLEMAN. CALL ED AT 933-6151. Have you lost something??? Look for it at APO Lost and Found in the basement of the Union or call 962-1044. business opportunities OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE STORE, CHOOSE FROM: JEAN SPORTSWEAR, LADIES, MEN'S, CHILDRENMATERNITY, LARGE SIZES, PETITE. DANCEWEAR AERO BIC, BRIDAL, LINGERIE OR ACCES SORIES STORE. ADD COLOR ANAL YSIS. BRAND NAMES: LIZ CLAIBORNE, HEALTHTEX, CHAUS, LEE, ST MICHELE, FORENZA, BUGLE BOY, LEVI, CAMP BEVERLY HILLS, ORGANICALLY GROWN, LUCIA, OVER 2000 OTHERS. OR $13.99 ONE PRICE DESIGNER, MULTI TIER PRIC ING DISCOUNT OR FAMILY SHOE STORE. RETAIL PRICES UNBELIEVA BLE FOR TOP QUALITY SHOES NOR MALLY PRICED FROM $19 TO $60. OVER 250 BRANDS 2600 STYLES. $17,900 TO $29,900: . INVENTORY, TRAINING, FIXTURES, AIRFARE, GRAND OPENING, ETC. CAN OPEN 15 DAYS. MR. MCCOMB (404) 924-0010 help wanted 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. , . m WAITERS NEEDED for Dinner shift at Sorority House. Ideal for students. Meals provided. Free cleaning of uniforms. Call 967-6001, leave message. WANT A FANTASTIC JOB1? We need enthusiastic, articulate, and respon sible students to put themselves "on the line" for academics. You can earn $4 hr and 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. 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 information. .. TEACHERS for ReliSioa mud Hebrew School, 1988-19S9 San days andor Thursdays. Good wage. 489-7062 or 933-2182. DO YOU HAVE CHILD CARE EXPE RIENCE? Child 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, 968-4801, M-F, 9 am-4 pm. T.K.'l KIPPS now hiring for all positions. Exc. benefits, growth pptential, 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. CAROLINA INN now hiring UNC stu dents in cafeteria for lunch and dinner. Flexible schedule. Top pay. See Patti. Also need students for kitchen help. See Chef. DISHWASHER NEEDED. Ideal for stu dent. Meals plus salary. Call 967-6001, leave message. 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. 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, 913-1020. Requires 2 yrs playing exp; prefer 4 mos teaching exp. $6hr. Apply by Sept 12: 200 Plant Rd. 968-2784. EOAAE. 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,; GAMES Saturdays, 9-12 noon. Requires 1 yr playing exp; prefer 2 mos sports instruc tion. Apply by Sept 12: 200 Plant Rd. 968 2784. EOAAE. BASKETBALL OFFICIALSSCORERS TIMERS NEEDED - Chapel Hill 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. 968-2784. EOAAE. 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. EOAAE. ADULT TENNIS INSTRUCTOR NEEDED - Chapel HiU 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- , 2784. EOAAE PLAYSCHOOL ASSISTANTS NEEDED Chapel Hili 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. GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR NEEDED: Chapel Hill PksRec. Teach gymnastics and tumbling skills to 3-8 year olds. Mon-Fri (except Tues), 2:30-4:30 pm. Prefer related experience, require knowl edge of teaching gymnastics skills. 8.50 hr. Apply by Sept 19: 200 Plant Rd. EO AAE. GRNVILLE STUDENT DINING ASSO CIATION is now accepting applications for employment as kitchen assistants within a student-managed organization. Advancement into the student manage ment staff is possible. Employees start at $4 per hour with annual increases and a great meal option plan. See the Student . Manager on duty Monday, Wednesday or Thursday afternoons in the cafeteria or call 968-1037 for an appointment. EOE MFH. LOOKING for a part time or full time job?, Contact SKI AND TENNIS STATION off Durham Chapel Hill Blvd. at 490-1111 or 968-0731. , CAROLINA INN now hiring breakfast room service waits. Mon-Fri, 6:30-9:45 am. Good salary plus tips. See Jim Ferguson. 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 call collect 919-. 966-1532. Studies for white females full. NUTRITION . PROGRAM TECHNICIAN. Person in this position will 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 will , 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 child 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.Send reseme and brief letter of application to Child Care Net works, 217 Carr 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 $4.50 to start, flexible hours, good benefits, health insu rance, paid vacation and free meals. Apply at 516 W. Franklin St. across from Chapel Hill Newspaper between 2-5 pm or call 942-0343. PART-TIME JOB AVAILABLE. Enthusiastic person needed for youth group advisor for Jewish congrega tion. Responsible for coordinating youth group activities. Committment to Judaism; responsible; relate well to teenagers and adults. If interested, call Lynne Krakower, 929-8476; Rabbi Friedman, 489-7062; Megan Bair, 967-7738. COLONEL CHUTNEY'S is now accepting applications for its service staff. We are a pab style restaarant which serves food 7 nights a week. Large portions, charbroiled entrees and good music are onr spe cialties. Experience is benefi cial but not necessary. A sense of humor is mandatory. Full and part-time positions are avilable. Please apply in per son at 300 W. Rosemary St. any day after 4:30. GUMBY'S PIZZA is now hiring delivery personel. Earn $50-$100 a night. Get paid nightly. Free meals, ' flexible schedule. Call 968-3278 after 4:00. DESPERATELY SEEKING DISHWASHERS: Colonel Chntney's is looking for a few good folks ... Physical Require-' meats: To be able to see lightening and hear thunder and to 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. Previous Experience: Benefical but not required. Enlistment: Three part-time positions, 15-20 hours per week. Pay: $3.50hour to start, plus Tuition Assistance Pro gram. Advancement: Promotion to Colonel Chutney's cooking bri gade as attrition allows. Commitment: Strict adherence to the DISHWASHER'S 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 2 am. ASTHMATICS : non-smoking men anL . 'women ages 18-35 who are othcrwisev- healthy can earn $7-$10hr while partic-J- J ipating in a study of the special problems,... . of air pollution and asthmatics. For more ' information call 966-1253. INSTRUCTORSPROGRAM ASSIST-- , ANTS FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS: w C Chapel Hill PksRec Instructors: teadj,-- J mentallyphysically disabled persons ip i one area or more of: skating, basketball j swimming, tennis, aerobics, track and , field, dance. Program Assts: assist instruc tor, chaperone on field tiips, some-' J administrative duties. Flexible schedule.- S , Prefer related experience. $4.25-8.00hf (varies with task). Apply by Sept. 19: 2LnN Plant Rd. EOAAE. THF I IMIVFRQITV CI 1 1R ic Kirinrf"! ' 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,PertyRd. Durham. EOE. - " WANTED: STUDENT 10-20 hrswk for . $3.35hr. Duties include autoclaving and dishwashing for lab. Flexible hours. Please contact Juanita Dalzell, 928 FLOB, 966 4196. ' ' ' nvvjivi ouwuc varoi wooas Retirement Community Dining Room . ( Service (host, wait and bus people). Part- i f time "jobs tailored for .college students. Wor 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. No experience , required. Minimum 4. 34hr. uall Michael at Carol Woods Food and Nutrition . Services, 968-4511 today! THE WOMENS BASKETBALL TEAM is searching for two friendly, dedicated;" hard-working people to be managers fat- ' the team. Male or female No experience " necessary. Great benefits! Call 929-9425". for more information. EARLY EDUCATION MAJORS needed. Hours 9:30 am to 12 noon; 3:30-6:00 pm M-F. Little People Education Daycare, "! 929-4601.. . SEARCHING FOR A CAREER? Then our ; Burger King Restaurants have a place for. . you. We are looking for dependable,. friendly individuals and we offer excellent " J 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. . ' .V ; LOOKING FOR THAT IDEAL JOB that ' fits into your school, study, and social - schedule? Try donating plasma and earn . I $50 every two weeks, $20 1st donation with this ad. SeraTec Bio. 942-0251. . ' PUT SOME EXCITEMENT INTO YOUR ' LIFE! READ FOR A BUND STUDENT IN GERMAN (AND ENGLISH). CALL- ' 967-4738. . FUN$ Have fun while earning excellent income with a part-time job at WFUN nightclub! Positions available include . cocktail hostesses, door hostesses, bar backs ) and busboys. Applications accepted Tues. through Fri. from 7-9 pm. WFUN E. Franklin St. at Elliot Rd Kroger PlazaChapel Hill. GOVERNMENT JOBS! Now hiring in V. 'your area, both skilled and unskilled. For a usi oi joos ana application, iaii i-oid) ?R1.9fi?7 Fit .IlSfi ' WANTED: PART-TIME NIGHTS AND I WEEKENDS. BREAD SHOP. CALL 942- 8047. LOTS OF DOUGH! THE CHAPEL HILL-CARRBORO CITY SCHOOLS AFTER SCHOOL PRO GRAM seeks subsitute teachers aides. Applicants should have a high school diploma and child care experience. Hours are 2:15-6 pm, weekdays, as needed. If , interested contact the Community I ocnoois omce, .rnvo, o-cn. CHCCS is accepting applications for part-time mini-bus monitor. Interested applicants should contact the Personnel Office, 967-8211. EOE. LIFEGUARDS AND SWIM INSTRUC TORS. Flexible hours and good benefits. Lifesaving and water safety instructor certifications. Ideal job for students! Chapel Hiil-Carrboro YMCA, 980 Airport Road, 942-5156. ; volunteer opportunities; THE STUDENT PART-TIME EMPLOY MENT SERVICE (SPTES) needs dedi cated students to help run their volunteer organization. If you are interested in helping out, please come by Suite C, 217A Union. PROVIDE YOURSELF WITH a valuable learning experience .while helping others. Be a volunteer at John Umstead Stafe Psychiatric Hospital. Attend one of three orientation sessions at the hospital Sept. 12, 13, or 14 from 1:15-4:30. Carpools arranged through the campus Y. For more information contact the campus Y or call Robert Dinkins at 968-4683. VOLUNTEER SOCCER COACHES NEEDED: Rainbow Soccer dearly needs volunteers to act as coaches for our youth and adult leagues. We will train and help in all ways. No 'experience necessary. For information call 967-8797. vr

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