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8The Daily Tar HeelMonday, February 20, 1989
Suit up for
By CHERYL ALLEN
'ith only a few weeks left
until spring break, it's time
to begin the dreaded
qearch for a bathing suit. So here are
a few fashion pointers to ensure
your fabulous beach debut in H9.
. One of the main new fashions this
year is the revival of "pucker," a tex
tured, stretchy fabric popular in the
70s, said Billy Dillon, owner of
Beach Connection on Franklin
"It looks wrinkled and is very
comfortable,,, Dillon said. The
pucker material is available in both
bikinis and one-piece bathing suits
and is replacing the wetsuit look of
last season, he added.
"The monokini (bathing suits that
look like a bikini but are connected
at the sides) has also gone by the
wayside this season," Dillon said.
"Triangle-top bikinis seem to be
coming back," he said. "They fit
some girls better."
But don't throw away last year's
bandeau bikini. "The two-piece ban
deau style is always going to be
around, I think," said Jennifer Tay
lor, department sales manager for
Belk-Leggett at University Mall.
Bandeau bikinis have a strip of
material that goes straight across the
chest, often without straps. One of
the new innovations in bandeau
bathing suits this year is a little
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metal "V" in the middle of the band,
Both Taylor and Dillon agree that
neon colors are making a comeback
in 1989. And Taylor said Belk also
has an abundance of pastel florals
this season, as well as a few styles
adorned with bows.
Both Beach Connection and Belk
sell more bikinis than one-piece
bathing suits to college-age students.
"We sell more one-pieces to our
older customers," Dillon said.
Taylor said Belk had a couple of
halter-style bikinis, as well as tank
top bikinis. Many of the two-pieces
have an elasticized band around the
waist. Some styles have Velcro at
the sides so they can be tightened or
loosened to appear more like a
string bikini, she said.
"The high-cut leg is still in this
year, as is the high-waisted bikini,
which is more flattering for someone
with a little bit of a tummy," Taylor
Taylor also noted that the hang
tags on this year's suits often depict
more full-figured women, meaning
that suits are designed for girls with
The average cost for a women's
swimming suit this season is around
$45. Men are a bit luckier their
swimsuits average in the low $30
Dillon said neon colors such as
fluorescent orange, yellow and green
predominate in men's swimwear this
And surf companies have come
out with a new quick-drying mate
rial for guys called "tactel," he said.
After getting out of the water, tactel
dries in about four to five minutes
because the water runs off it, he
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changes in the University's constitu
tion will appear on the ballot. Two
of these referendums are technical
changes made necessary by last year's
changes in inauguration dates.
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Kevin Martin, student body pres
ident, and Neil Riemann, speaker of
Student Congress, both said they
support the referendums, which will
change the dates the student attorney
general is appointed and Student
Congress undergoes its annual budget
Martin said he did not see any
reason why these referendums would
be controversial. "They are needed to
make student government run more
Amending the dates for the student
attorney general will mean that the
outgoing president will appoint the
incoming student attorney general,
allowing the new attorney general
time to choose-a -staffand prepare
for the upcoming yeai Riemann said.
The same time factor is involved
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to run. Forms and a drop box are located
outside the DTH office, 104 Unioa Items
of Interest fists ongoing events from the
same campus organizations and follows the
same deadline schedule as Campus
Calendar. Please use the same form.
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Girl Scoots will be
selling Girl Scout coo
kies in the Pit until 2
12: 10 p.mBIack Cultural
Center will sponsor
the film, "A Singing
Stream: A Black Fam
ily Chronicle," in the
Union film auditorium.
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Make U.S. history
in outdoor drama
By ANDREW LAWLER
Regional auditions for 15 out
door dramas will be held at UNC
on March 11.
Outdoor drama is that partic
ularly American form of drama
recounting various heroic adven
tures in American history. Daniel
Boone, Tecumseh and ol Honest
Abe are among those profiled in
these huge, usually musical, extra
vaganzas. The productions are
normally located near the area
where the historic events occurred
and serve as almost a living tour
guide to the locale.
North Carolina serves as home
to no fewer than eight of these
pageants, from "Unto these Hills"
at Cherokee to Boone's "The
Liberty Cart," not to mention
America's longest running and
most famous outdoor drama.
"The Lost Colony," written by
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright
Paul Green (a name not unfamiliar
to North Carolina theater) began
performances on July 4, 1937, and
it has since run for 48 seasons. The
play, which has been presented
more than 2,600 times, details the
story of Sir Walter Raleigh's
famous lost colony.
According to legend, a band of
English pioneers settled on the
coast in 1587 and set up a village.
However, upon Raleigh's return,
the village was deserted. The
disappearance has never been
accounted for. In "The Lost
Colony," the possible answers are
explored through song, dialogue
Other plays that will be cast
from these auditions are "Eliza
beth II," "Horn in the West,"
in Student Congress' budget setting
process, he said. The final congress
budget hearing has been in April in
The other referendum that would
require a change in the constitution
proposes the creation of the office of
student body vice president. The vice
president would be able to take the
place of the president at many
University functions that need a
"I really support that referendum,"
Martin said. "Student government
needs another person who can repre
sent the school. I can't be in two
places at once."
The office would not receive a
salary at first because the require-'
ments of the job cannot yet be fully
2:30 p:m. University Career
ces will sponsor a
workshop on academic
credit internships for
sophomores and jun
iors in 108 Hanes.
4 p.m. International Cen-
ter will sponsor a tax
seminar for foreign stu
dents in the Great Hall
until 6 p.m.
Club Field Hockey
will scrimmage at
until 5:30 p.m.
5 p.m. Yackety Yack will
have an all-staff meet
ing in Union 226.
6 p.m. Psi Chi will hold an
for all new members
for spring 1989 in 110
UCPPS will hold a
presentation by Ral
ston Purina Co. in the
Carolina Room at the
7 p.m. International Cen
ter will hold a tax
seminar for foreign
scholars in Great Hall
until 9 p.m.
UCPPS will hold a
presentation by PIRG
in 209 Hanes.
Alpha Kappa Psi
presents Wallace Com
puters in 105 Gardner
as the first day of a
four-day Career Week
dress is requested.
will meet in Union 208.
Everyone is welcome.
11 p.m. WXYC FM 89.3 will
play the new album
from Lyle Lovett and '
his Large Band "3rd
CP" in its entirety with
Items of Interest
Office of North Carolina
Fellows has applications for the
Peer Leadership Consultant pro
gram at the Office of Leadership
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SPERM DONORS NEEDED. Colle3e
students or graduates under 35 years old,
willing to participate 6 months or longer
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Confidentiality assured. $30 per accepta
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for qualified caregivers to provide full or
part-time care in the child's home. For
more information, call 942-0184.
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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
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POSITIONS ARE AVAILABLE in all
women fitness club for aerobic instructors
and service consultants. Morning, evening
and weekend hours available. For an
interview, call Michelle at 942-0955.
OVERSEAS JOBS. $900-2000 mo.
Summer, Yr. round. All Countries, All
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"Strike at the Wind" and "The
Sword of Peace," all held in North
Carolina. Shows outside the state
will include Ohio's "Blue Jacket,"
"Tecumseh" and "Trumpet in the
Land"; Kentucky's "The Legend of
Daniel Boone"; Pennsylvania's
"The Pennsylvania Renaissance
Faire"; and Indiana's "Young Abe '
Lincoln." Rounding out the list are
West Virginia's "Theatre West
Virginia" and Oklahoma's "Trail
Employment in an outdoor
drama production usually lasts
between nine and 12 weeks. Com
panies often add theater and
musical theater classes, as well as
mounting smaller cabaret-like
productions. Pay ranges from
production to production. In the
case of "The Lost Colony," actors
earn from $110 to $200 a week.
With some outdoor dramas it is
possible to supplement this salary
by doing technical work with the
Interested applicants must be at
least 18 years old and have had
some theatrical training. Actors
will perform one 60-second mono
logue and may perform another
if called back. Singers must pre- -pare
one song and 'bring music,
while those interested in dance will
go through an audition with
modern, ballet and folk dancing.
. People interested in technical
theater are likewise encouraged to
Auditions are held under the
auspices of UNC's Institute of
Applications and further infor
mation are available from the
Institute of Outdoor Drama,
located in Graham Memorial.
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gauged, Martin said.
The remaining referendum
involves changing the way in which'
a portion of summer school fees are
About 20 percent of the fees
summer students pay is not spent :
during the summer but used to ;
support many groups that only
function during the fall and spring
semesters, Martin said.
Passing the referendum would .'
change the allocation of fees so that ',
the remaining 20 percent would be I
channeled into the Carolina Union ;
during the summer, he said. The fees ;
would be used specifically for summer I
programs and entertainment,-allow- I
ing summer students to get the iriOst S
from their fees.
Development and the Union Desk.
They are due by Friday, March 3.
UCPPS is accepting resumes in
211 Hanes from seniors and grad
uate students interested in careers
with non-profit organizations after
graduation. The resumes will be
compiled in a book that will be made
available to 200-300 NPO's on the
East Coast. Deadline is March 1. -
Black Student Movement'
petition forms are available in the
BSM Office for those interested in.
becoming an officer. -t
IBM Corporation will hold a
job fair on Thursday, Feb. 23 from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Great Hall. They
are interested in BAMS computer
science majors and BSMS business
majors and all technical majors for
marketing assignments (technical
salessystems engineering). Please
bring four copies of your resume
and transcript if possible.
The Yackety Yack is taking
pictures for the 1989 yearbook. This
is the last week to get it done. Come'
by Union 106 or call 962-3912 tq
make an appointment.
Senior 200 RACE continues at
Bub's, Ham's and Molly's tonight.
Come by Union Suite B and begin
your race today. . H
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