North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
6The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, November 15, 1988
Compete or just horse around
with the UNC Equestrian Club
By MYRNA MILLER
'anting to be around horses
is all the experience you .
need to join the UNC
Equestrian Club, according to club
president Gabriele Jones.
"It's a place for all people who '
have a love for horses," said Jones, a
sophomore journalism major from
Atlanta, Ga. "Anyone who is inter
ested and willing to bond together as
a club is welcome."
, The club now has 40 members
who participate in a variety of inter
collegiate horse shows. "We compete
with 12 other schools, including
State, Wake Forest, Duke and Vir
ginia Tech," Jones said.
' For the first time, the club has a
team traveling to all the shows this
year, Jones said. In past years
members had problems committing
their time to competing in shows,
she said. But the club now has eight
members and one alternate to attend
The club has 15 slots open for
each competition, so more than
eight members can compete. "We
need a variety of riders, for both the
novice and advanced levels," Jones
said. The competition begins at
Spurrier suspended; Ra.
From Associated Press reports
i DURHAM Duke football
coach Steve Spurrier will not be on
the sidelines at Wallace Wade Sta
dium when the Blue Devils play
North Carolina Saturday. The Atlan
tic Coast Conference suspended
Spurrier for one game Monday for
publicly criticizing the officials after
the Blue Devils last game, a 43-43
tie with N.C. State last Saturday.
Their lfe story is a love story.
SHOWS NIGHTLY 7:00 & 9:30
VtIJSb SPECIAL U2 T-SHIRTS. HATS AND POSTERS ON SALE
I 2:00 :
4:05 , 1
FLORIDA ST. & SMU
Duke University Talent Identification Program
Work with exceptionally bright youngsters for two three-week sessions on the Duke
Campus. The Talent Identification Program has two positions open for its 1 989 Summer
Duties will begin in early June and end in the middle
of August Major job responsibilities include assisting
in selection and training of approximately 30 RAs,
directly supervising the RAs during the program,
coordinating activities, and monitoring food and
housing services for the 400 students on campus.
Qualifications: significant counseling or teaching
experience, proven administrative ability, and lots of
energy and enthusiasm. BA required, further
For more information contact
Leslie Thomas, Educational Programs Coordinator
Talent Identification Program, 684-3847
Campus Group Focus
beginner walk trot and advances to
jumping 3-foot-9-inch fences.
Southern Seminary and Hollins
College in Virginia held the most
recent competitions. Jones said the
club did well at these contests and
placed fourth overall at Hollins.
At Hollins, one club member
placed first in an intermediate level
of competition, and another placed
second in the novice level, she said.
One challenging aspect about the
competitions is that the members
dont have their own horses. "You
have to get on a strange horse and
be able to control it and perform
well," Jones said.
Mary Todd Howerton, a senior
psychology major from Morganton,
placed twice in the beginning walk
trot canter level during a competi
tion. "The judges look at the way
you sit, hold yourself, and control
the horse," she said. "IVe always
liked horses and enjoy the
To prepare for competition, club
members practice twice a week at
Quail Roost Farm. The intermediate
The Wolfpack scored a last-second
field goal with the aid of a defensive
holding penalty against Duke. Spur
rier called the official's decision "the
worst call in Duke football history."
Duke has a 6-3-1 record and is
under consideration by several bowl
7:15 & 9:15
PROCLAIMS EASTWOOD I
A Major American Director."!
Richard ScracMI. TIME
Help extremely bright students adjust ot the demanding
academic and social environment of TIP. Dutues will
begin in mid June and end in mid August. Major
responsibilities include RA training, snort-term
counseling, and support services for both students and
Qualifications: Masters degree or graduate-level
standing in counseling or a related field. Significant
counseling, crisis intervention, and counseling-skills
training is required. Experience with gifted adolescents
desirable. High energy level and excellent interpersonal
skills are a necessity.
level members practice Mondays
and Wednesdays, and the advanced
members practice Tuesdays and
For those who are interested in
the club, but not in competing, some
club members also participate in
trail rides, Howerton said. At the
beginning of this year members went
on an overnight trail ride in
"It was wild; that trail ride was
the first thing we did as a group and
it brought us together," Howerton
said. The group rode around the
area in a truck and then camped out
"The next day was unlike any trail
ride I had ever gone on," she said.
"It was straight up a mountain, with
ravines on both sides of the path."
Howerton said the trail ride was a
little scary when the group ended the
three hour excursion with a ride
down a steep incline.
Club members also watch polo
matches in Hillsborough and are
planning to attend a steeplechase
event at Stony Brook Farm in
Southern Pines, Jones said.
The club holds meetings on
Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. in the
Union. Its next meeting will be Dec.
1, and anyone interested may attend.
Angels hire Rader
ANAHEIM, Calif. Doug
Rader, calling his new job a "dream
opportunity," was named manager of
the California Angels.
Rader, 44, a former Texas Rangers
manager and Gold Glove-winning
third baseman for the Houston
Astros, worked as a scout for the
Angels during the 1988 season. He
replaces Cookie Rojas, who was fired
late in the season.
Rader, who becomes the 12th
manager in the club's 28-year history,
has a major league managing record
f P?ft e ALL SHC
e ALL FILMS
e ALL SHOWTIMES
e EVERY TUESDAY
SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS NOT INCLUDED
' ' . ' 7:00.9:00
Tuesday Kargev IVigiit!
lit eeiTe yf r
Dennis Ousld J Astlea Ljtitf'A 1
Everybody's All American
. Shows Nightly 7:009:30 ,
Kelly McGiiMsJodie Foster
THE ACCUSED oi)
Nightly 7:00 9:20
NO TUESDAY BARGIN!
Ernest Saves Cristmas
Nightly 7:15 9:15
ELLIOT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN
TOM riANKSSALLY FIELD
PUNCH LINE (R)
2:20 4:40 7:00 9:20
TIIE GOOD MOTHER (R)
2:25 4:30 7:10 9:15
II fin fS
2:35 4:45 7:00 9:10
Equestrian Club president Gabriele Jones practices jumping at
Nerve wracking just beginning
for Dorrance, women's soccer
uIt was sort of a nerve-wracking
week," Anson Dorrance said Sunday.
Yes. You read that correctly.
Dorrance, usually so calm and
justifiably confident about every
phase of his record-setting UNC
women's soccer team, actually
expressed some worry about a match.
That can mean only one thing.
It's tournament time.
From the band and the crowd to
the free food in the press box, North
Carolina's 2-1 victory over the Uni
versity of Central Florida Sunday on
Fetzer Field was NCAA Tourna
ment, through and through. Those
650 fans who dished out $2 for a ticket
certainly got their money's worth, as
UNC prevailed in one of its toughest
tests of the year.
The match started as many tour- .
namentxontests do, regardless of the c
sport. The excess, of adrenaline
prevented either team from establish
ing an offensive rhythm.
Then, as if matters were not
unsettled enough, a fan's dog trotted
out to the center circle and began to
retreat right along with the UNC
defenders. Nearly a minute passed
before the official spotted the new
addition to the game. Finally, at the
10:45 mark, the match was halted to
remove the dog, who seemed very
reluctant to leave, from the field.
After these distractions passed and
the teams overcame their early-match
nerves, North Carolina took its first
shot on goal, at the 23:45 mark. Birthe
Hegsted had the honors, but UCF
goalie Karen Richter made the save.
The Daily Tar Heal doas not
accapt caah 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
$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
$5.00 per day
Additional charges for all ads:
Se per word per day over 25
$1.00 per day for boxed ad or
will run five days
Please notify the DTH office Imme
diately H there are mistakes in your
ad. We will be responsible only
for the first ad run.
CHAPEL OF THE CROSS Child Cart
Center staff position. 8:30-1, M F, good
salary and benefits. Please call 929-5362,
or write 304 E. Franklin.
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING
ACCEPTED for a preschool assistant at
the Montessori Community School, 4512
Pope Rd, Durham, NC. Hours are from
12 noon 6 pm. Experience in working
with this age is desired, along with any
special interests that an applicant might
bring to this age group. If interested,
please call 493- 8541 for more information.
J IK V
This inability to capitalize on
scoring chances, which so often
comes back to haunt teams, was a
huge point of concern for Dorrance,
whose strategy is to score quickly in
order to put the opponent at an early
"We're not the sort of team that
finishes all its chances," Dorrance
said. "I could see the rest of the game
go just like that if we created those
sorts of chances and weren't slotting
them. I was afraid that was going to
continue. I was really concerned."
This problem, according to Dor
rance was one of transition.
"The first time, we played Central
Florida it was a very physical game
and so we prepared them to play a
physical game," Dorrance explained.
"But it's interesting. If you're con
stantly worried about the pace of the
game, there's a transition period when
you play offense and defense.
Defensively, you're playing like a
maniac and then youVe got the ball
and youVe got to recompose.
"We weren't recomposing. We
were playing with a good defensive
presence and intensity, but once the
ball came into our possession we
didn't play with any real sophistica
tion or composure."
Armed with orders to maintain
that defensive pressure while slowing
EARN CASH. Work 2-4 hoursweek.
. Help deliver the Village Advocate. Call
FAMILIAR WITH CAMPUS? Help deliver
the Village Advocate to campus locations.
Wednesday afternoon and Sunday morn
ing. Call Circulation, 9684801.
$9.51 to start! Marketing positions. Can
work local, must interview in Raleigh.
Work flexible hours 15-30week. Wheels
needed. Call 851-7422 10 am-3 pm only.
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. $30 per accepta
ble specimen. Call 962-6596 for screening
PART-TIME SUBSTITUTE MANAGERS
to provide training, supervision, and
personal care assistance during manager's
absence to developmental disabled
individuals living in group homes. Evening
and weekend hours. Some overnights may
be requested. High school diploma
required, experience preferred. Training
provided. $4.80-$4.95hr. 942-7391.
DESPERATELY SEEKING EXPE
RIENCED VOLLEYBALL COACH
for Woa'a CUb Volleyball.
Practice MosMhy smI W44ay
froM 7:3-9:3e. If iatereste ptmm
call Saaaca at 9334523. Leave
WANTED: Students to work as Parking
Monitors for UNC home basketball
games. Weekends only. Monitors report
to work three hours prior to tip-off.
Available shift after the game also. Earn
$3.75 per hour. Any persons or groups
interested should contact LaBron Reid at
962-7144 or come by room 27 of the
Security Services Building.
OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000 mo.
Summer, year-round, all countries, all
fields. Free info. Write UC, PO Bx 52
NC01 Corona Del Mar, CA 92625.
WANTED: Campus representative to
promote our low cost, high quality Spring
Break trip to Daytona Beach. Earn free
trips and money while gaining valuable
business experience. Call Kurt with Travel
Associates at 1-800-558-3002.
FIVE DOLLARSHOUR. McDonalds
is now paying up to $5 per hour for cashier
and cook applicants. Flexible schedules
to suit your needs. AD shifts available full
and part-time. Apply daily in person only,
McDonalds 15-501 and Europa Drive,
Chapel Hill. No phone calls please.
THE HAMPTON INN is now accepting
applications for guest service representa
tivesfront desk. Please apply in person
1740 Hwy. 15-501 (beside Crown Volvo).
BARTENDER AND BUSBOY
waated. Eveaiase La Boeiaeaco.
Call Me. Neal, weekday. M7-25M.
$5HOUR, Full or Part-time desk clerk,
3pm -11pm. Weekendholiday work a
must. Call 489-9146, 8am - 4pm, MF.
BE A NANNY in beautiful suburb of Phila,
PA. for a year. Take care of baby girl.
Own roombathroomcobr tv. Call (215)-649-2518.
NEED SOME EXTRA CASH? Earn $30
this week as a new plasma donor. Sera
Tec Biologicals. 942-0251.
$5e BONUS If you are interested in
a job with free meals, free uniforms, and
advancement potential, come and apply
at Burger King, 140 Elliott Road, Chapel
Hill. Be sure to ask about your fifty dollar
PaM Volaatcer for Allergy
Staay. Male and female subjects age
18 and over with year-round allergies
needed for six month study of an
investigational medication. Call
Carolina Allergy and Asthma Consul
tants at 787-5997, 493-6580, or 933
2044 for further information.
PIZZA HUT has immediate open
ings for service and production
personel. Both day and night shifts,
full and part-time. We provide flexible
sheduling, employee meals, compet
itive pay, and company benefits.
Please apply in person at 109 S. Estes
Drive (across from University Mall)
between 2-5 pm, M-F. No phone calls
V. s W ,-' 'J I
DTH Steven Exum
Quail Roost Farms Monday
the offensive tempo enough to exe
cute successfully, the Tar Heels at last
drew blood at the 53:45 mark on a
Julie Guarnotta-assisted header by
But the match was far from over.
At the 62:20 mark, some confusion
in the UNC backfield allowed UCF
midfielder Jennifer Blackwell to slip
unmarked into the box, where she
headed the ball into the net before
goalie Merridee Proost could grab it.
At this point, Dorrance was even
"I was worried it was going to go
into overtime," Dorrance said. "Then
I was worried it was going to go into
penalty kicks and the thing about
penalty kicks is generally the team
that dominates loses because they're
so upset that they haven Vtf on the
game in regulation."
As it turned out, Dorrance's fears
were all for naught, because UNC
played the remainder of the match
like the seven-year veterans of NCAA
Tournament play they are.
Gebauer was in the midst of things
again, but this time she played the
decoy as the UCF defenders smo
thered her, leaving forward Chris
Huston all alone 15 yards from the
goal. Gebauer crossed to Huston at
the 75:35 mark, and Huston put the
ball in the upper left corner of the
goal for her first collegiate score.
It is a safe bet that the relief will
be short-lived. With North Carolina
scheduled to play Wisconsin in the
national semifinals this weekend, the
nerve wracking is just beginning.
FUN $ NEED SOME HOLIDAY
CASH? Have fun while earning some with
a part-time job at WFUNI Applications
available for all positions Tues. Fri. from
4-7. WFUN E. Franklin ST. at Kroger
Plaza Chapel Hill 929-WFUN.
THE CHAPEL MLL-CARRBORO CITY
SCHOOLS URGENTLY NEED BUS
DRIVERS. Approx. 20 hrswk. Starting
salary 6.10 per hour. Contact Personnel
at 967-8211. An EOE.
COOKS NEEDED. Please apply in person
at Ham's between 24 pm.
STUDENTS: EARN EXTRA $$$! Carol
ina Union seeks experienced interior
painters for part-time work, AM hours
preferred. Set your own schedule: $3.75
hour neg. CaD John at 962-1461, M F, 9
5. References required.
WOMEN'S CLOTHING SHOP on
Franklin St. is now accepting applications
for part-time position. Please call 942-1574.
PART TIME JOB. Looking for responsi
ble, friendly person to care for cheerful.
2-year-old 3 morningsafternoons a week.
Near campus. Call Cathy, 929-8562.
WANTED: Day care for 3 month old. 30
hrswk. Our home (5 mint, from UNC)
or yours. Non-smoker, experience pre-,
ferred. References required. 968-8519.
NEEDED: STUDENT(S) WHO LOVE
CHILDREN to help with toddler program..
Pay $213 hours. If interested, please cath
493-3005 (or) 4934024.
COUCHES, Beds, Tables, Rugs, etc. at
bargain prices. Must sell, moving. 929
GENERAL TECHNOLOGY PC 512K,
monitor, keyboard, letter quality printer.
Price nego. MUST SELL Call Susan 942
. ' tY.ri
1 ly i y j r .
i -J C;-7 now
. ' "w-:::-:., . 1
, ---.,"" " ,:, , , ,.r-y : J