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6The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, February 7, 1989 Sports Wyland's transfer to UNC reat expectations brings g By JASON BATES Staff Writer Wrestling is a sport that emphas izes one-on-one competition, but it was the togetherness and camaraderie of the UNC wrestling team that attracted junior Doug Wyland to transfer to UNC from Michigan. "A lot of the reason 1 came here was the closeness of the team," Wyland said. "I thought I'd be happier here.'" UNC wrestling coach Bill Lam said he recruited Wyland coming out of high school but an ex-assistant coach bad-mouthed the UNC program to his parents, leading to Wyland's decision to attend Michigan. At Michigan, Wyland garnered national recognition and was named an All-American as a freshman. The only contact he had with the UNC program from then on was seeing the team at competitions across the nation, and he liked what he saw. After talking to some of the members of the wrestling team, Wyland approached Lam about transferring to UNC. Once the transfer was finalized, Wyland had to sit out a year due to NCAA regulations. Now, he is in his first year at North Carolina as a junior with plenty of experience and a national reputation. He has com piled a 27-1 record so far in the 126 pound weight class, his only, loss coming at the hands of the defending national champion from Penn State. :: v.w.v . ".is- a - Ipl wujil ' ulfc '"ftn)n1sj hi"' ' fzpl American Heart Association WW I1CEM ON ATTRACTIONS MC HAVE NO CONTROL ON B ."aiBannnnnnMnnnanannnmBnnmnnnnnnnmnmnnnnnnnni r Nick NottsMartin Short M Three Fugitives Shows Nightly 7:109:10 l- Sat & Sun Matinee 2:104:10 Tom SsHscfc HER ALIBI -Shows Nightly 7:059:05 (PG) Sat & Sun Matinee 2:054:05 Working Girl Shows Nightly 7:009:15 R Sat & Sun Matinee 2:004:15 IT Doug Wyland Despite the fact that Wyland is his first year as a Tar Heel, Lam had no problem making him one of the tri-captains of a very young team. "Winning helps, but that's not what makes a good captain," Lam said. "His work ethics are excellent. He works on the little things, and the little things are the difference between a champion and a real good competitor.'" Wyland's teammates are impressed as well. "I think he adds a lot to the team," said Glen Pazinko, one of Wyland's fellow tri-captains. "He's got the leadership ability and everyb ody can count on him." Wyland has his own view about the responsibilities involved in being a captain. "He (coach Lam) expects leadership more in action than in words," Wyland said. "It's an honor and a responsibility." Wyland got into wrestling in Pennsylvania, one of the hotbeds of . wrestling across the nation, as a child. He was a very active youngster and tried many different sports before sticking with wrestling. Back then, he said he would burn off nervous energy before matches. Now, he just tries to get his mind focused for the match, though he admitted he still gets nervous sometimes. , "When I stop getting nervous 111 have to quit. It's part of the sport," Wyland said. Wyland's nervousness doesn't go unnoticed by those around him. "Sometimes he worries a little bit too much," Lam said. "He is a perfec tionist and very serious, both on the mat and in the classroom." Once he is out on the mat, he likes to feel out his opponent and build up his attack throughout the match. "I tend to get more aggressive as the match goes on. The one-on-one brings out the extra competitive edge," he said. Away from the mat, Wyland is a more reserved person. "I'm not a calm person in life, but I'm not very aggressive," he said. Whatever his disposition, Wyland has very high hopes for the future. "My goal is top three in the nation for this year," Wyland said. "Barring injuries, I can win the nationals next year. But that's a long way off. A lot can happen." He also wants the team as a whole to do well. Wyland set his goals for the team an ACC championship and a top ten finish in the NCAA championships. "Team success makes individual success a lot sweeter," he said. TODAY I All mnjK AU.SK0WI1MIS EVERY TUESDAY SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS NOT INCLUDED 1 Mississippi Burning 7:15 9:45 CNo Discount!) Accidental Tourist 7:00 9:30 RECYCLE This Newspaper AQCITV east franklin rAriOI I T cmopel hill 7-e665 'THE OSI EWlSPimil WARM HSTIRPHCE0F.U1 SENSITIVE 'AND fWvTi'1 ' So"g Trigy' s I r-gor ii honest and real." S2 Torch sic T3(3MiaAY.I 200 m jmm&J IiTrilogy, Falling for a beautiful woman can be murder! TOMSELLECKis Her Alibi A Romantic Comedy K - 1 7:05 9:05 ELLIOT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN 967-4737 S3 00 ''TIL 6 PM DAILY VWW (EXC. HOLIDAYS) 53? Ouatin HoffmanTo hi CiuIm RAINMAN (R) 2:004:307:009:30 From Th FIIm of Polico Squad The Naked Gun (pg-13) 2:204:457:209:15 Botto MlilorBarbara Horarwy BEACHES fPG-i3) 2:104:407:109:40 t 5i v l c? 2 WES TAB J straight to the heart, send it through the DTH classifieds. ) Valentine's Day, Tuesday, February 14 0 $2 for 25 words or less, plus .05 for each additional word $1 to bold face any or all of your ad $1 to box your ad Britlfr mil firm fn Tht TYTll nffire Pnnm 104 Cnrnlinn TInifm y IpQDDDCIDDDaDDaDDaDDaaOBDDDDDnCIDCU . n . D : n 3 i 0 1S 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 24 n 3 5l 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Additional Words May Be Written On Separate Sheet For Our Records (Anonymous Ads will not be printed) PHONE D D 0 NAME ADDRESS Q D Deadline: 12 noon. Thursday, February 9! s DTH Top 20 AP Top 20 1. Georgetown (6) 286 I.Arizona (30) 17-2 1226 Z Arizona (4) 279 . 2. Georgetown (17) 17-2 1,180 a Missouri (4) 272 a Missouri (12) 20-3 1.169 4. Louisville (1) 250 4. Louisville (3) 16-3 1.090 5. Oklahoma 217 5. Oklahoma (2) . 18-3 1.076 6. North Carolina 209 6. North Carolina (1) 18-4 911 7. Iowa 208 7. Illinois 18-3 832 8. Illinois 191 8. Iowa 17-4 747 9. Mihigan 174 9. Syracuse 19-4 740 10. Syracuse 163 10. Michigan 17-4 726 11. SetonHall 153 H.Seton Hall 19-3 658 12 Indiana 124 1Z Florida State , .17-2 589 13. Florida State 116 1a Indiana 18-5 588 14. Duke 103 14. Duke 15-4 544 15. Ohio State 94 15. West Virginia 17-2 327 1 a West Virginia 69 16. Ohio State 15-5 295 17. Stanford 56 17. N.C. State 14-4 227 18. N.C. State ( 44 1 a Stanford 17-5 226 19. Georgia Tech 42 19.UNLV 14-5 192 20. UNLV 36 20. Georgia Tech 14-6 82 Others receiving votes: St Mary's a Loyola- Others receiving votes: Providence 55, LSU Marymount 7, Virginia 7, Oklahoma St 6. 30, St Mary's, Calif. 25, LaSalle 15, Ball State Ciemson 6, LaSalle 6, Kansas 6, Louisana 11, UTEP 11, Arkansas-Little Rock 9, UC St 4, Providence a Princeton 1, Siena 1, Smith Santa Barbara 9, Ciemson a Minnesota 8, Dog Obedience School 1, Kathy Ireland 1. Oregon State 7, Texas 7, Virginia 6. On Tap Toi2y WOMEN'S BASKETBALL at N.C, State, 720 pm Wed., Feb. 8 GYMNASTICS at N.C. ,Stu, 7:00 pm. WRESTLING at NO. Slate, 730 pm Thurs., Feb. 9 MEN'S BASKETBALL at N.C State, 950 fprnlillllSlillllM MEN'S SWIMMING at N.O State, 7:00 pm Sat, Feb. 11 WOfEN'S BASKETBALL vs. Oemson at Carmichael Auditorium, 250 p.m. MEN'S and WOMEN'S FENCING vs. Wofford, Va Tech, Virginia, at Fetzer Gymnasium, 950 am. MEN'S and WOMEN'S TRACK at Comhusker Invitational, Lincoln, Neb., 1 .00 pm WRESTLING vs. Maryland at .Carmichael Auditorium, 200 pm Campus Calendar The DTH Campus Calendar is a daily listing of University-related activities sponsored by academic departments, student services and student'organizations officially recognized by the Division of Student Affairs. To appear in Campus Calendar, announcements must be submit ted 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 before 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. Tuesday 11:30 a.mBaptist Student Union will have Tues day Table Lunch at the Battle House across from Kenan Dormitory Cost is $3; anyone is welcome. Noon CGLA will have a Les bian Lunch until 1 p.m. in the South Gallery meeting room, Union. 2 p.m. Student Health Service Mental Health Section will have an introductory meeting for a group for women interested in understanding the effects of childhood sexual abuse. The meeting will be in the Mental Health Confer ence Room, second floor of the Student Health Service. 2:30 p.m. Study Abroad in Jerusalem, Israel will have an informa tional meeting in 12 Caldwell. 3:15 p.m. University Career Planning and Placement Ser vices will have a work shop on internships in Washington, D.C., in 306 Hanes. 3:30 p.m. Association of Eng lish Majors will have a meeting in 222 Greenlaw to plan spring activities. 4 p.m. UCPPS will sponsor a presentation by Pills bury Company in 209 Hanes. Habitat For Humanity Commit- - tee will meet in 212 Union! 4:30 p.m. Industrial Rela tions Association will meet in 208 Union to hear Kathy Clark from the University of South Carolina. Busi ness majors and per sonnel graduate school students are welcome. 6 p.m. Order of the Bell Tower will meet in the Union. 6:30 p.m. UCPPS will have a learning session about career opportunities with McNeil Consumer Products in the Black Cultural Center. 7 p.m. UNC-HOSAwill have a meeting in 103 Berryhill for anyone interested in a health occupation fraternity. 8 p.m. UNC Young Demo crats will present D.G. Martin, secretary of the UNC system, in 224 Union. 8:30 p.m. Committee for David Smith for RHA President will meet in the Frank Por ter Graham Lounge or 210 Union. 11p.m. WXYCFM89.3will play the new album from Bongos, Bass and Bob, "Never Mind the Sex Pistols," in its entirety with no interruptions. Items of Interest Student Government, Elec tions Board is now accepting petitions from students interested in running for- a campus office. Inter-! ested students may come by Suite C, Union, to pick up information and petitions, which are due Feb, 9. j , University Counseling Center is forming a "Managing Your Emotions" Group. Call 962-! 2175 for more information. ; ALL' ARTE, the artliterary magazine, will be accepting submis-! sions of original prose, poetry, and artwork in the Campus Y until Feb.! 10. Order of the Bell Tower is accepting applications for member-', ship until Wednesday at 5 p.m. Information and applications are! available at the Union Desk. ; Senior 200 Race will continue at He's Not Here, Four Corners, . Ham's and Franklin Street Bar and Grill. Student Health Mental Health Division is now forming a group to talk about coping with an alcoholic parent. Come to the meeting Feb. 8 at 1 p.m. in the Student Health building, Mental Health section. Call 966-3658 for further information. Ul? fiailg afar itel Gantfoedl Adlverasoinig 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: 5t per word per day over 25 words $1.00 per day for boxed ad or bold type Free ads: FOUND ads FREE. 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. business opportunities OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE STORE, choose from: Jeansportswear, ladies, men's childrenmaternity, large sizes, petite, dance wearaerobic, bridal, lingerie or accessories store. Add color analysis. 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 Pricing Discount or Family Shoe Store. Retail prices unbelieveable for top quality shoes normally priced from $19 to $60. Over 250 brands, 2600 styles. $18,900 to $29,900: Inventory, training, fixtures, airfare, grand opening, etc. Can open 15 davs. Mr. Loughlin (612) 888-4228. child care BABYSnTERHOUSESnTER for a 9 year old boy. Starting immediately. Five afternoons a week, lpm-6. MUST HAVE OWN CAR to pick up child at school in Durham every day at 2:30. Job includes: playing with child, supervising homework, driving him to activities. Also: cooking, dinner, laundry, routine housework. $5.25 an hour. References required. 967-3824 after 7pm. OCCASIONAL MORNING CHILD CARE FOR DARLING 1 YEAR OLD in our home. Own transportation required. Tues. or Thurs. 8:15 am-12:30 pm. Great pay. 929-5838. ' help wanted PART-TIME ADVERTISING COORDI NATOR. Minimum of one full day or 2 half days per week. Develop display ads, PSA's promotional material and assist with seasonal program paper. Flexible hours great benefits. Contact Chapel Hill Carrboro YMCA. 980 Airport Rd. 942-5156. STUDY SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR EPA air potlatioa research. Healthy males 18-35 caa eara money for research studies and travel. Call 929-9993. SPERM DONORS NEEDED. College . students or graduates under 35 years old, willing to participate 6 months or longer in UNC artficial insemination program. Confidentiality assured. $30 per accepta ble specimen. Call 962-65 for screening information. 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. SVS DELI AND CATERING HIRING full and part-time servers, cashiers, hostesses, bus persons, prep-cooks, dishwashers. Willing to train. For appointment call 544 2444. NEED A JOB WITH A FLEXIBLE SCHE DULE? Granville Towers Student Dining Association is now hiring kitchen assist ants for the spring semester. Benefits include annual increases and a great meal plan option. Advancement into the stu dent management staff is also possible. Call 968-1037 or see the Manager on duty at Granville Towers Cafeteria each afternoon to discuss the opportunities available. EOEMFH MALES 21-35 needed for study of alcohol and stress. $45 for appx. 6 hrs. partic ipation. Center for Alcohol Studies 966 5670. Call between 9 am-noon. NOW HIRING: 5 afterschool (high school) tutors. 2 in Math, 2 in English, 1 in French. Tutoring begins at 3 p.m. Applicant must have a valid driver's license and own a car. We will pay travel mileage plus hourly wage. Contact the UNC-CH Upward Bound Program at 962 1281 or 962-1282 (255 Hill Commercial Building, 140H East Franklin St., above Carolina Coffee Shop). EARLY BIRDS NEEDED! Applica tions are now being accepted for monitor positions between the hoars of 7:30 am to 12 pm Monday thrn Friday. Very flexible shifts. Apply in person Monday thrn Fri day 7:30 to 4:30 at the Campas-Y baildiag, Room B-14. Earn extra $$CASH$$! UNC Park ing enforcement needs evening personnel MondayThnrsday 5:30 9. Apply in person dnriag these hoars at the Campas-Y baildiag, Room B-14 or call 92-8006. Carrboro Recreation and Parks Dept. is accepting applications and service prop osals for: BASEBALL UMPIRES - For leagues of various ages, April-July season, knowl edge andor previous experience pre ferred, late afternoons and evenings (weekdays) and some weekend mornings. $7.25 $14.50 per game. VOLLEYBALL OFFICIAL CoRec adult league, March- (early) May season, knowledge andor previous experience preferred, evenings 4-20 hrsweek, $6hr. DEADLINE: Feb. 20. Applications avail able at the Carrboro Recreation and Parks Dept. in the Carrboro Town Hall, 301 W. Main St, Carrboro. Call 968-7703 for more information. OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000 mo. Summer, Yr. round. All Countries, All fields. Free info. Write UC P.O. Box 52 NC01, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625. NEED MONEY? Groups and individ uals needed for on campus marketing project. Earn up to $1,000 and build that resume. Call Maria at 929-4854. WAITERS FOR SORORITY HOUSE on Franklin Street. Call Jay 929-7067 or 942-1224. MORE EDITORIAL HELP NEEDED to finish historical novel. Hopefully someone will be here this summer. Please call 929-4341. PAID VOLUNTEERS FOR ALLERGY STUDY 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 Consultants at 787-5997, 493 6580, or 933-2044 for further information. SUMMER JOBS TO SAVE THE ENVTR- ONMENT. EARN $250043500. National ', campaign positions to pass the clean air -act, stop toxic pollution, tighten pesticide controls and promote comprehensive, recycling, available in 18 states and DC ' Intvs on Campus 220, 21. Call Kate toll- free at 1-800-622-2202. wanted summer jobs 1989 SUMMER POSITION OPENINGS. UNC CH Upward Bound Program. Position Openings: (June 21-August 1, 1989). Teachers: 1 EnglishLiterature, 2 Mathematics, 1 Science, and 1 Com puter Science; Full-time (7 weeks); teaching 4 classes per day Monday-Friday; teaching high school age students; student progress documentation; minimum requirement, B.A. or B.S. degree. 4 Part time teachers (Art, Drama, Dance, Choir Music). Tntor Counselors: 6 posi tions; Full-time (7 week residential living); supervising and tutoring high school students in dormitory, minimum require ment, completion of sophomore year of college with a 2.5 or better G.P.A. Head ConnselorResident Director: 1 position; FuD-time (7 week residency); residing with high school aged students; monitoring and supervising students; supervising residential staff; counseling; minimum requirement, B.A. or B.S. degree. Bridge ConnselorCoordi nator: 1 position; Full-time (7 weeks); work with Upward Bound Bridge (college bound) students; coordinating Bridge Program; minimum requirement, B.A. or B.S. degree. For applications and additional information contact the Upward Bound office at 962-1281, 225 Hill Commercial Bldg. UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, N.C. Application Closing Date: February 23. 1989. SUMMER WAITRESS JOB AT EXCIT ING BEACH RESORT at Westhampton N.Y. Earn $800 or more per week. Call Jamie for information and application. 933 6331. COUNSELORS Prestigious co-ed Berk shire, MA summer camp seeks skilled college juniors, seniors and grads. WS1, tennis, sailing, windsurfing, waterski, canoe, athletics, aerobics, archery, golf, gymnastics, fitnessweight training, arts and crafts, photography, silver jewelry, theatre, piano, dance, stagetech, compu ter, science, rocketry, camping, video, woodworking, newspaper. Have a reward ing and enjoyable summer. Call anytime. CAMP TACONIC. 800-762-2820. CABIN COUNSELORS & INSTRUC TORS (Male and Female) for western North Carolina 8 week children's summer camp. Over 30 activities include water ski, tennis heated swimming pool, go-karts, hiking, art, room, meals, salary and travel. Experience not necessary. Non-smoking students write for applicationbrochure: Camp Pinewood, 20205-1 N.E. 3 Court, Miami, FL 33179. Attention Stndents, facalry, animal lab tech's. Concerned a boat mistreatment of animals in UNC's labs and classrooms? Don't tarn yonr head Con tact SETA at 96S-851. for sale RADAR DETECTOR, Passport, $200 or best offer, 933-6043, Phillip. BUS PASS FOR SALE. Good untB May 15. $45. Cafl 929-4449. FOR SALE: Billy Ripken error card. Call 929 0536. Ask for Robert. wheels for sale 1973 MGB CONVERTIBLE, red, very good condition, $2500. Call 1-847-8757 after 6 pm or 1-251-8153 anytime. 1980 SUBURU-GL hatchback, 4-speed, 4 wheel drive, AM-FM cassette, very good condition. $1200 or best offer. Call Bill 1-493-4250. 1970 BMW 2002 Rebuilt 76 engine. Extras include Alpine stereo, trick wheels and tires, suspension and engine modifica tions. Make offer. Jack, 286-1852, 929 1762. 1980 CHEVROLET CHEVETTE. GOOD CONDITON. Manual transmission, cloth seats, air. $1199 or best offer. Call Karen 962-7527 (day); 1 544-3601 (evening). HONDA CB350 4-CYL with two helmets,' $300 or best offer, 933-6043, Phillip. TEN SPEED GALAXY BOY'S OR" MEN'S BIKE for sale. Good condition $75 or best offer. Must sell. Call Mary 933 5454. Leave message. 77 Chevrolet Malibu four doors 350 V 8. Phenomenal reliability. Good interior, poor body. Keystone mags included. Call' 933-4378. Ask for Bob. $600 negotiable. 1984 PONTIAC FIERO COUPE (4--speed). RED. AC. AMFM Cassette. PS PB. Power Mirrors. Tilt steering. 24,800 miles. Excellent Condition. $3995 (neg.).-933-6486. (evenings) ( ' MOPED FOR SALE Garelli, 1600 miles. Good shape with carrier. Retail price $800. Selling for $450. Call 942-0019. MANAGEMENT POSITIONS AVAILABLE!! THE T.A.S.P. COR PORATION IS NOW HIRING THIS SUMMER'S BRANCH MANAG ERS. AVERAGE EARNINGS LAST SUMMER $85001! FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 1-800-548-6867 OR COME SEE US AT THE STUDENT UNION MARCH 9, 9-3:30. tickets ONE WAY from Syracuse to RDU, March 19. Will negotiate! Call Eleanor at 933-8543 after 8 pm. $$ Desperately need 2 NON-STUDENT tickets to UNC VS. Va game. WILL PAY GOOD $. Please call Donna at 968-9508.$$

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