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8The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday, March 28, 1989
Out-of-state sports fans take
heart, you can stay informed
I miss Akeem.
And Sleepy. And Otis. And all of
those boys in red down in the Lone
For the first time in years, 1 must
come to grips with the fact that I am
utterly uninformed about the
Rockets. For all I know they could
be losing consistently to Miami or
(horrors!) sporting new designer
uniforms in shades of fuchsia and
It's a terrible thing to have your
priorities this out-of-whack, but 1
must ease my conscience by explain
ing that this ignorance isn really my
As you well know if you have out-of-state
sports loyalties, keeping up
with them from day to day is virtually
Sure, I can catch the local news,
but if 1 blink 1 usually miss the score
that's flashed up on the screen.
Highlights? The only way I would
possibly see highlights from a Hous
ton gameAis if something really
spectacular happened, like Derrick
Chievous sunk a skyhook from under
the opposite basket with .0493
seconds left to defeat Cleveland 173
172. Newspapers aren't overly informa
tive either, listing scores from two
days ago because everything in the
West happens too late for these East
Coast rags to pick them up. USA
Today is usually accurate and timely,
but I'd have to get a part-time job
to afford it. Fifty cents a day adds
up, folks. In one year I'd be shelling
out about $150 just to check scores
and derive aesthetic pleasure from the
Narwid keeps on hitting as softbal
finishes 2-2 in Columbia tourney
By ANDREW PODOLSKY
Assistant Spoils Editor
COLUMBIA, S.C. The UNC
softball team won two and lost two
last weekend to take third place in
the five-team University of South
Carolina Round Robin Tournament.
On Saturday, the Tar Heels edged
Toledo, 2-1, but later dropped games
to the host Gamecocks, 1-0, and
Georgia State, 14. UNC bounced
back on Sunday to down Toledo,
once again by the score of 2-1 in a
tough nine-inning contest.
USC won the tournament, winning
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bright graphic colors.
So, frustrated with these inade
quate sources, I usually just call home
and ask Mom and Dad what IVe been
missing. They try to keep me
informed, occasionally even sending
sports sections from the Houston
Post, but sometimes they forget to
fill me in on major events, like (it
still pains me to think about it) when
Nolan Ryan left the Astros for the
Texas Rangers. I can't help thinking
that if I'd only known earlier 1 could
have stopped him.
1 think a practical solution is for
all the Houston coaches to set up a
direct line with me, their loyal fan
who's off slaving to get her education,
by which they could call in all scores
and developments and get. my opin
ion on certain organizational deci
sions. It's only fair.
But because I have been deprived
of watching games and reading about
them for the last two years, I make
up for lost time in a big way when
I'm home in Houston.
I don't think my family ate a single
meal at the table all last summer,
because there were Astros games on
television every night. It was wond
erful I knew exactly where the
Stros were in the standings at all times
and could spout out the scores and
highlights of any game played in the
past month. Friends from North
Carolina would call and ask what I'd
all four of its games. Georgia State
took second with a 3-1 weekend,
followed by UNC in third. The
weekend action pushed the Tar Heels'
record to 13-9 on the year.
UNC's Tracey Brower flipped a
one-hitter, and Tracey Narwid went
2-for-3 with a double to lead the Tar
Heels to a 2-1 win over Toledo for
their first victory.
Against Georgia State later that
same day, Narwid had two more hits,
and Vicki Parrott added three more,
but UNC still fell short, 7-4.
Saturday's 1-0 loss to eventual-
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been doing and I'd answer, "Watch
For some reason they found that
So 1 experienced extreme culture
shock when I came back in the fall,
missing weeks of games at a time. The
same thing happens after an ons
laught of Rockets basketball every
Christmas break. This Christmas,
however, I kept wondering if I was
in the right place, because the Rockets
went through a veritable trade-o-rama
in the fall, and I only recognized
about three of the players.
I realize that it's almost too late
to do anything about the uncertainty
in the basketball arena, but a brand
new baseball season is approaching
fast, and I have an idea.
What's the nearest major league
baseball team? Atlanta, right? And
what was the Braves' record last
season? I rest my case. Now, the
students at UNC have enough bas
ketball teams to follow, but y'all are
desperately in need of a real baseball
team, a genuine example of America's
game in action.
So forget the Braves or pseudo
baseball powers like the Mets or the
Yankees. For an exciting, unpredic
table spring and summer, all you need
to do is adopt the Astros.
That's right, once you watch 'em
pitch, catch and hit, youH be a fan
for life, and with this whole student
body pulling for the Stros, mass
media of all types will soon bend to
the pressure and provide extensive
coverage of every nuance of their
champion USC was scoreless until the
bottom of the sixth inning. The
Gamecocks scored the game's lone
run when Michelle Delloso got on,
on a fielder's choice, stole third, then
scored on a throwing error.
UNC's Brower, despite giving up
only four hits, picked up the loss.
Narwid continued her torrid hitting
on the day, going 2-for-3 at the plate
in a losing cause. Narwid, who is
hitting .359 on the year, went 6-10
on Saturday to lead the Tar Heel
UNC closed the tournament with
a tight game against Winthrop on
Sunday. It took the Tar Heels nine
innings to wear down the Lady Eagles
and finally end the marathon game.
With the score locked at 1-1 in the
ninth, UNC went to work. Lisa
McGloin walked and took second on
a Parrott hit. She advanced to third
on a fielder's choice, then scored the
winning run on a two-out Michelle
Brower, pitching in her third game
in 24 hours, got the win and improved
her record to 9-4 on the year. Parrott
had another good game at the plate,
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PATIENT WHO REQUIRE the remov
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RESEARCH SUBJECT VOLUN
TEERS Black women, 18-35,
needed for a study which includes
black and white subjects. This air
pollution study involves various re
sponses to ozone exposure. Must be
free of colds or flu (6 weeks), non
smokers, non-asthamatic (5 years),
no history of heart disease. Fee paid.
Call 929-9993 for appointment in
NEEDED for small law firm. Legal ex
perience not required. Must be avail
able mid-April. Mail resume to: Ack
er, Adkins and Garner, 800 -D Frank
lin Square, Chapel Hili. NC 27514.
No telephone calls, please.
SPERM DONORS NEEDED. Col
lege students or graduates under 35
years old, willing to participate 6
months or longer in artifical insemi
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On 962-6596 for screening informa
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as a new plasma donor for approxi
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STUDY SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR
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and valuable training and business
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student, sophomore or above, with
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Gain valuable computer knowl
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1 A.'-IRJCAN H
AND EDUCATIONAL. Full-time days
kitchen prep and salads. Weekend
and selected evenings dishwashing.
Will train. Call or come by Spanky's
before 11 am or after 2 pm. 967
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PERIENCE? Child Care Networks is
looking for qualified caregivers to
provide full or part-time care in the
child's home. For more information
GREGARIOUS. VIVACIOUS atti
tudes for receptionist type work in
college setting. Flexible hours, part
or full time, male or female. Call Alan,
HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY STU
DENT ASSISTANT POSITION A-
VAILABLE. 12 hours weekly. 8-5,
M-F, Duties of filing cards and relat
ed tasks require attention to detail.
Available now; preference given to
applicants who can continue in sum
mer, $3.90hr., min. with regular
raises. Contact 966-2111 or Rm.
211 Health Sciences Library for stu
dent application form. AAEOE.
ACCOUNTING POSITION AVAILA
BLE. Must be hard-working, comput
er literate, and have mathematical a
bility. The post ion is Sunday-Thursday
8 pm-4 am. (Includes computer
and front desk work.) Applications
are available, M-F, 8 am -5 pm at
Granville Towers South, University
Square. Chapel Hill. EOEMFH.
ATTENTION - HIRING! Government
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$17,840 - $69,485. Call 1-602-838-8885.
BENNETON SOUTH SQUARE
MALL needs a full-time assistant
manager. Apply in person. 489-1917.
HEALTH SCIENCES LIBRARY STU
DENT ASSISTANT POSITIONS A
VAILABLE. 10-20 hrs. weekly during
evening and weekend hours. Duties
include scanning bar code labels on
books for entry in bibliographic data
base. Computer experience preferred.
Available now; preference given to
applicants who can continue in sum
mer. $3.90hr. minimum with regular
raises. Contact 966-2111 or Rm.
211 Health Sciences Library for Stu
dent application form. AAEOE.
HELATH SCIENCES LIBRARY STU
DENT ASSOCIATE POSITION avail
able for six month project. 12 hours
weekly M-F at least 3 days a week.
Day time hours preferred. Duties in
clude: filing information request from
campus libraries for hospital person
nel.' Required: Good communication
skills, ability to work independently
and meet deadlines and familiarity
with libraries. Available now; appli
cants must be able to work during
summer. Possibility continued em
ployment after 6 months. $4.50 an
hour minimum. Contact 966-2111 or
Room 211 Health Sciences' Library
for Student Application Form.
Sphinx Biotechnologies Corporation,
a rapidly growing North Carolina bio
technology company, is moving ag
gressively to develop therapeutic and
diagnostic products in the areas of
lipid second messengers and signal
transduction. We are seeking an indi
vidual with a B.S. degree in biochem
istry or releated field and knowledge
in enzyme assays and protein purifi
cation. Experience with HPLC
FPLC. PAGE and a strong back
ground in analytical chemistry, is de
sirable. Sphinx Biotechnologies is an
Equal Opportunity Employer. Please
forward resume with reference to po
sition number 101 to: Sphinx Bio
technologies Corporation, Position
101. PO Box 727. Durham. NC
MALES BETWEEN 21 and 35.
needed for study of alcohol and
stress. $45 for approximately 6 hours
participation. Center for Alcohol
Studies, 966-5670. Call between 9
am. and 12 noon.
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY. Rising
Junior to maintain Accounts Receiva
ble. Must be available 4 hours per
business day, 9 am. -6 pm., M-F,
through year (though not necessarily
the same hours each day). Must have
' strong verbal and written communica
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culator skills desired. Must be able
to work independently, and pay at
tention to details. Contact Cuttar
Ballance or Ann Harrison at 933
2001, The Caroina Inn.
OFFICE ASSISTANTS NEEDED
in busy law firm. Help with
phones and typing. Morning
andor afternoon hours availa
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8989. summer jobs
DUKE SOCCER CAMP seeking ma
ture individuals to work in the dormi
tories and camp office from June 15
July 27. 1989. Send resume": Box
22716. Duke Station. Durham. NC.
DUKE SOCCER CAMP seeking ma
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ANT, full-time, May-July '89. Some
computer experience, good organiza
tional skills, and ease in dealing with
people on the phone and in person
required. Send resume': Box 22716,
Duke Station. Durham. N.C. 27706.
EARN $4000-$10,000 THIS SUM
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LIFEGUARD. POOL MANAGER,
AND ASSISTANT SWIM TEAM
COACH shall be interviewed Tues.,
April 4, 2 pm-4 pm and Weds., April
5, 1 1 am-2 pm. Hope Valley Country
Club, 3803 Dover Rd., Durham.
SNACK BAR PERSONNEL WANT
ED. Apply in person, Hope Valley
Country Club, 3803 Dover Rd., Durham.
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CAMP COUNSELORS NEEDED;
Residential summer camp for adults
and Children with Autism. May 21
July 22. Work and live on campsite
in the Chapel Hill area. Send resume
or call Autism Society of NC, 2312
Milburnie Rd. Raleigh. NC 27610.
CAMPS GRAHAM AND MARY
ATTKINSON are looking for great
staff for a great summer! Areas in
clude nature, A and C, CTT leader
ship, sailing, swimming, canoeing
and more! Interviewing on campus A
pril 5. or call 1-782-3021.
COUNSELORS: CAMP WAYNE,
co-ed children's camp, Northeastern
Pennsylvania. 623-823. Great op
portunity for personal growth! Spe
cialty counsebrs needed for: Tennis,
Swim (W.S.I, preferred). Basketball,
NaureCamping, Guitar, Batik,
Sculpture, Ceramics, Painting, Print
making, Drama, Piano, Group Lead
ers (20), General. R.N. Nurses
Aide(20), Bookkeeper, Drivers
(21), many other positions available.
On Campus Interviews on Monday
410. Sign-up 211 Hanes Hall or call
516-889-3217 or write to: 12 Alle
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FREE SUMMER METRO SPORT
MEMBERSHIP: help with summer
camps and work out free. Call Heidi
Clayberg at 286-7529.
INTERESTED IN PART-TIMEFULLTIME
WORK? Kitchen positions a
vailable at Hope Valley Country Club,
3803 Dover Rd., Durham. Apply in
STARTING INCOME $2,100 and
UP. Numerous job openings in east
ern North Carolina. Duties involve
assisting in advertising, promotion,
and marketing for several major man
ufacturing companies. You must be
pleasant, follow instructions well and
able to work without constant su
pervsion. Complete training-no in
vestment. Valuable work experience
for all majors. Apply in person-walk-ins
welcome. Interviews begin each
hours from 8:30-3. Interviewing:
Tuesday, March 28. Room 211 in the
Union. Wednedsay, March 29, Room
212 in the Union. Thursday, March,
30, Room 212 in the Union.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT - Spend
a pleasant summer in NJNY as a
live-in MOTHERS HELPERNANNY.
Duties include child care, possibly
light housekeeping. Some families
travel to the beach, mountains, have
pools, swim clubs, etc. No fee. For
application and information, send re
sume andor letter of intorduction
(include references) to: Maid Search,
Inc., 21 Rock Ave., Watchung. N.J.
THE TOWN OF CARRBORO is
accepting applications for the
following part-time temporary po
sitions in the Recreation and
Parks Dept.: Day Camp Su
pervisor? and Activity Lead
ers needed for five different sum
mer enrichment camps for youths
ages 6-14. Each camp runs 1-2
weeks in length and 'is sched
uled between June 26 and Aug.
11. Knowledge and experience
needed in one or more of the fol
lowing areas: Journalismmedia,
sports, outdoor games, crafts,
and visual and performing arts.
Previous experience with chil
dren, first-aid. CPR, and Class B
Driver's License preferred. 15-24
hrswk, specific work hours vary
with specific camps. Pay rate:
Leaders - $5.25-$5.50hr. Ap
plications are available from:
Town of Carrboro Personell Of
fice. Box 337. 301 W. Main St..
Carrboro, NC 27510. (919) 968
7708. Application deadline: Fri.,
March 31, 5 pm.
TRAIN NOW. Part-time for summer
job. Looking for personable individu
als to wait tables in summer. Casual
atmosphere. Apply in person. Hope
Valley Country Club, 3803 Dover
WOODCROFT SWIM & TENNIS
CLUB is currently seeking full
and part-time LIFEGUARDS as
well as an ASSISTANT SWIM
TEAM COACH. ALS is re
quired, WSI is recommended.
Woodcroft pool will be open
May 14-26 part-time, full-time
from May 27 through Sept. 4.
Salary is commensurate with ex
perience and position sought.
Woodcroft has an excellent rep
utation for above average sala
ries. Individuals who wish to ap
ply may catl 489-7705 between
the hours of .10 am-12 pm, M-F,
for an application.
RELIABLE NON-SMOKER WANT
ED to care part-time for two small
children in exchange for room,
board, and salary. Some experience
with small children required. Must
have own transportation. Summer
employment possible, as is non-live-in
arrangement. Call 1-493-4889 or
RESPONSIBLE PERSON needed to
pick up two boys from daycare M-F
5:30-7:30. Own transportation. Ref
erences. Call 489-1506 Woodcroft
WANTED: Sitter for 2-year-old for 1
or 2 evenings per week. Must have
own transportation. References pre
ferred. Call 968 47 16.
ARTIST NEEDS STEADY DAYTIME
BABYSITTER for 18 mo. old girl;
Tues.Thurs. am, Mon. or Fri. after
noons. Prefer someone staying thru
summer into fall. Call 383-6186.
FULL-TIME CHILD CARE WANTED
for one -year old and five-year old
twins in our home. Excellent work
ing conditions and pay. Must have
own transportation. References re
quired. Call 490-1153.
VISITING ATTORNEY with one year
clerkship beginning late summer
seeks 3-4 bedroom home in Chapel
Hill area. Call Jack or Carin Fernan
dez (607) 272 0525 (collect).
WANTED: ALL Comic books. Base
ball Cards. Especially want collec
tions of old andor investment quality
material. Have $10,000 plus to
spend. Don't sell without my quote,
FOR SALE: 1.5 cubic ft. Refrigera
tor. Perfect for dorm room. Excellent
condition. Priced to sell. $45. Call
Greg. 968 8231.
FOR SALE: PUCH MOPED- one
speed. Runs well, 5000 miles plus,
needs a little work. Perfect around
town transportation. $200. Call
FOR SALE: CIC (IBM compatible)
COMPUTER with 20 m6 hard drive,
5.25 disk drive with color monitor
and NLQ printer. Massive software.
Call Chris 929-6993.
GIBSON BASS AND
RICKENBACKERAMP for sale. Ex
cellent for beginner. Call Layton at
967-3992. Leave message.
LIVING IN AN APARTMENT NEXT
SEMESTER and need furniture???
We have NEW sofas and love scats at
the absolute lowest prices. 25 differ
ent styles. No one beats our prices,
REFRIGERATOR, larger than stan
dard dorm size, lots more room. Ap
proximately 2x2 cubic feet. On door:
egg holder and 2 condiment shelves,
small freezer, 2 12 shelves at bot
tom. $75. 929 2179, Sonya.
SUNFISH SAILBOAT AND TRAIL
ER. Beautiful wood BUNK BED. (free
mattresses), bumper-mount BIKE
RACK, and 1987 250 NINJA with
only 2,600 miles. Call 942-4321.
wheels for sale
89 RED TOMOS MOPED - TWO
MONTHS OLD. GREAT CONDI
TION. ONLY 240 MILES. ASKING
$450 OR BEST OFFER. CALL RICH
1979 CHEVETTE, one owner, 56K
miles. Automatic, air, AMFM, 'r--cent
tires, reliable. $550. 933-6634.
1984 VOLVO. Great condition. Call
for price. Jamie 933-6331.
1985 NISSAN MAXIMA: Silver,
56,000 miles. Loaded, Sunroof, new
Kleber tires, excellent condition!
$8900 neg. Call John at 929-3750.
FA50 SUZUKI MOTOR SCOOTER
for sale. Only 1300 miles, 1 year old,
in great condition with new brakes
and clutch. Asking $350. Call Chris
FOR SALE; 1979 HONDA AC-
CORD HATCHBACK. Good tires,
runs great. Faded, but dependable.
$900. Call 542-1080.
GRADUATES! Reward yourself with
1984 MAZDA RX7 GSL-SE. Load
ed! Sunroof. Low miles. Garage kept.
Sharp! Leaving country. Must sell!
Valued at $7900. Make offer. 542
TOMOS GOLDEN BULLET. Runs
great. Must sell. $325 or best offer.
Call Betty at 942-3115.
DEAD TICKETS FOR SALE Thurs.
330 in Greensboro. Best offer. Call
Andrew at 933-3235 between 4 pm
and 10 pm. " '
DEAD TICKETS NEEDED! Will trade
amazing seatsfTwo for each night)
for both Pittsburgh shows for the
same combination of Greensboro
Tickets! Call Collect: 802-459-2788.
DESPERATELY SEEKING DEAD
TICKETS for Friday 331. Will pay al
most anything. Call 942-4354 and
DESPERATELY NEED TWO REM
TICKETS. Will pay TOP DOLLAR for
any seats. If you can help, call 933
GREAT REM TICKETS. Can Tom
between 7 and 9 pm at 933-2445.
ONE DEAD TICKET for 330 in
Greensboro and TWO REM TICK
ETS . All three are lower level. Best
TICKETS: Need on or two rea
sonable airline tickets to Seattle.
FOR SALE: FENDER ACOUSTIC
GEMINI GUITAR, GC, only $105.
Schwinn Mesa Runner ten speed,
bike only '$110, good condition, will
negotiate. Call Ed. 942-4253.
TAPES FOR SALE: Less than year
old for most. REM, U2, Eurythmics,
Talking Heads, Violent Femmes, Pink
Floyd, etc. . . Asking $4 a tape.
Chris. 929 6993.
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. to advertise "any preference, limitation or
discrimination based on race, color,
religion, sex or national origin, or an
intention to make any such preferencej
limitation or discrimination."
This newspaper will not knowingly accept
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BETTER THAN CHANCELLOR
SQUARE. Two bedroom condomin
iums on Church St., starting at
$72,500. Excellent owner financing
available. For information, call John
Goddin, at Chapel Hill Realty, 942
4149 or 929 6058.
CHANCELLOR SQUARE, 2 bed
room, 2 bath townhouse, easy walk
to campus or downtown shopping.
All appliances including washerdry
er. Only $79,000. Call Mike Beam.
Chapel Hill Realty, 942-4149 or 929
2299. MILLCREEK CONDO: FOR SALE
BY OWNER. Attractively furnished
for four. $79,000 furnished, $76,000
unfurnished. Call collect (704) 892
3940 after 6 pm.
WOULDNT YOU REALLY RATHER
LIVE at Mill Creek? 2 Bedroom, 2
Bath units with all appliances. Walk
to campus. Attractive 95 financing,
from $78,000. Call Mike Beam,
Chapel Hill Realty, 942-4149 or 929
2299. for rent
2 BEDROOM DOWNTOWN TOWN
HOUSE FOR RENT. Call Joe, 609-683-4247.
APT. FOR RENT-Summer sessions.
Fully furnished. Two bedrooms. Call
968-7679 after 5.