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2 The Daily Tar HeelMonday, April 3, 1989
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Center, said David Butts, owner of
Chick Fil-A in Northgate Mall.
For Pi Kappa Phi members, the
day was one of constant work,
Mackey said. "For the brothers who
are on the staff, it is not really a party
at all. A lot of them don't get to enjoy
it. The brothers working at their first
Burnout get the jobs like standing out
on Highway 54 and directing traffic
or riding a bus all afternoon."
One job was making sure the
students didn't walk where they
weren't allowed, Wrenn said.
The students think it is quicker
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to cut across the property next door,
but that is state-owned, and we would
get in trouble if everyone was walking
across it. Everyone has responded
pretty well when they were told to
go around the boundary." ,
After the party was over, the huge
cleanup job began, Mackey said.
"This area will be cleaned up
tonight after everyone leaves. Just like
last year, the cans will be taken to
Transportation was the one aspect
of the party that students criticized
because buses were overcrowded, but
organizers plan to have more buses
available next year.
"The transportation wasn't quite
what it could have been," said Nathan
Andrews, a freshman from Durham.
ivers recover victims
at collapsed bridge site
From Associated Press reports
COVINGTON, Tenn. Divers
pulled a fourth and a fifth body from
a murky, rain-swollen river Sunday
and searched for more victims who
were killed when a 50-year-old U.S.
highway bridge collapsed about 50
miles north of Memphis.
Authorities said they had found a
tractor-trailer rig and three other
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on Franklin Street above Sadlack's
vehicles, believed to be cars, which
plunged into the river when a large
chunk of the two-lane roadway fell
25 feet into the river at about 8:45
p.m. CST Saturday.
Searchers did not know how many
victims might be in the river.
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causes are overlooked," Fuller said.
"This is a way to get your hands on
something, rather than writing a
Habitat For Humanity recently
received a $1,250 challenge grant
from Chapel of the Cross, which
members will try to match with fund
raising, said Sarah Gober, Habitat
For Humanity co-chairwoman. The
organization will use these funds to
finish repairs on the Carrboro home,
including the installation of a new
In the time youd spend going to
local courses and waiting for a start
ing time, you could be at Southwick
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Captain admits to drinking
on board tanker before spill
From Associated Press reports
VALDEZ. Alaska The cap
tain of the Exxon Valdez admitted
drinking on board the tanker
before it rammed a reef, investi
When the first investigator on
the scene of the nation's worst-ever
oil spill boarded the vessel and
asked Capt. Joseph Hazelwood
what the problem was, he replied,
"I think you're looking at it,"
according to court documents. s
The documents were filed in
support of an arrest warrant issued
for the captain Friday on state
misdemeanor charges of operating
a ship while under the influence
of alcohol, reckless endangerment
and negligent discharge of oil.
Hazelwood remained at large'
Sunday as investigators continued
to look for the cause of the spill,
which now covers an area the size
of Rhode Island.
The animal-rescue effort quick
ened as authorities kept an eye on
a plume of oil headed for salmon
fisheries and a national park more
than 100 miles southwest of the
accident site in once-pristine
Prince William Sound.
News in Brief
Namibia's freedom threatened
WINDHOEK, Namibia Ter
ritorial police reported killing
more than 40 guerrillas Sunday in
widespread fighting that shattered
a cease-fire and threatened to
derail Namibia's day-old transi
tion to independence from South
South Africa accused the rebel
South-West African People's
Organization of infiltrating from
neighboring Angola, but SWAPO
said its guerrillas were defending
Since late Friday, the eve of the
truce, more than 80 guerrillas and
four policemen have been killed,
according to officials from South
Africa, which agreed to give up
control of Namibia under a U.N.-,
monitored process that began
Namibian police said there were
more than 30 confrontations
during the day and that the
fighting continued into Sunday
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Thursday, April 6
Friday, April 7
Saturday, April 8
Saturday, Feb. 18
Women Directors Festival
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Monday, April 3
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Monday, April 17
all films are free
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Sunday, April 9, 2-4 p.m.
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Saturday, April 8
Memorial Hall 8:00 PM
$4 UNC Students $8 General
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MONDAY, APRIL 3 8:00PM
Broadway Lyricists Songwriter UNC Alumnus
Carolina Union Special Projects Committee
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5 8:00 PM
An Evening with Renowned Mexican Author
Thomas Victor 1 983
Hanes Art Center
Lecture followed by
Carolina Union Human Relations
Committee and the Institute of Latin
THURSDAY, APRIL 6 9:00 PM
Prince Taylor & Friends
Sponsored by the Social Committee
FRIDAY, APRIL 7 10:00 PM
Umbria Jazz Festival
$1 student $3 general
don't miss a free sneck preview at noon!
SATURDAY, APRIL 8 9:30PM
DANCE & PARTY
Organized in conjunction with the Korean Students Assoc.
pick up your full April Cabaret schedule at Union Desk
join us Mon.-Wed., noon-1 p.m., for live entertainment -bring
your lunch to the Cabaret!
oka: Mars Blackman
"School Daze" & "She's Gotta Have It"
Monday, April 17
MemorialHall 8:00 PM
Carolina Union Film and Forum Committee
speakers, music, workshops, dance,
look for the complete schedule at the Union Desk
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