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8The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, April 18, 1989
BASEBALL vs. Duke, Boshamer
Stadium, 6:00 p.m.
WOMEN'S GOLF at Woodbridge
Intercollegiate, Kings Mountain, all day
Wed., April 19
BASEBALL vs. Wake Forest Boshamer
Stadium, 6.00 p.m.
SOFTBALL at UNC Greensboro (DH),
NCAA Division I Lacrosse
I.Johns Hopkins (10) 7-0 150
2 Syracuse 7-1 139
a Loyola, Md. 7-0 131
4. Maryland 7-1 120
5. Navy 7-2 101
6. North Carolina 8-3 89
7. Pennsylvania 5-3 86
a Massachusetts 7-1 63
9. Hofstra 7-2 63
10. Adelphi 7-3 63
11. Cornell 5-2 53
12 Yale 7-3 43
llTowson State 6-3 28
14. Harvard 5-3 26
15. Virginia 5-4 14
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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
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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, hems
of Interest bsts ongoing events from the
same campus organizations and follows the
same deadline schedule as Campus
Calendar. Please use the same form.
11:30 a.mBaptUt Stadeat
Uaioa will have Tues
day Table Lunch at the
Battle House across
from Kenan Residence
Hall. Anyone is wel
come. Cost is $3.
3:30 p.m. University Career
ces will have a basic
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to the DTH office by noon one
business day before your ad is to
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GRADUATION GOODBYE PAGES
Graduating? Been at UNC for four of the longest years of your life and wanna get the last word in?
Not graduating and pissed off about it? Do you just have something to get off your chest? Or would
you like to send a personal graduation message to a friend who'll be liberated May 14? We'll run
special messages in our graduation issue distributed April 28 and graduation weekend. It's your last
chance to let 'em know how you really feel! Hey, but keep it clean. This is a family operation, after all.
$2 for up to25 words.
Extra words arc $.05 ca. Boxed message, $1
Bold message, $1 extra.
Thurs., April 20
SOFTBALL at Frost Cutlery
Tournament, Chattanooga, Tenn TBA
Fri., April 21
BASEBALL at Georgia Tech, Atlanta,
Ga, 700 p.m.
SOFTBALL at Frost Cutlery
Tournament, Chattanooga, Ten a, TBA
MEN'S TENNIS at ACC Tournament,
Clemson, S.C, all day
Sat, April 22
BASEBALL at Georgia Tech, Atlanta,
Ga, 200 p.m.
LACROSSE at Duke, Durham, 200 p.m.
SOFTBALL at Frost Cutlery
Tournament Chattanooga, Ten a, TBA
in 209 Hanes for
seniors and graduate
students on how to use
the UCPPS office.
4 p.m. Campns Y Publi
city Committee will
meet in the Campus Y
will have the second ,
annual party to honor
. certificate awards and
celebrate the growth of
the program. The party
will be at the Battle
House until 5:30 p.m.
5:45 p.m. Aaejicaa Stadent
Fellowship will hold
its weekly fellowship at
the Chapel of the
Cross. Dinner is $2.
Clab will elect officers
in 217 Bingham.
6 p.m. Office of N.C. Fel
lowsLeadership Development will
have an informational
meeting in 101 Green
Taw for all rising sopho
mores interested in the
FOUND ads will run five days
Please notify the DTH office imme
diately if there are mistakes in your
ad. We will be responsible only
for the first ad run.
Accepted at the office
Print Your GRADUATION Message
Additional Words May Bo Written On Separate Sheet
For Our Records (Anonymous Ads will not be printed)
DEADLINE: 12 NOON, WED. APRIL
Team Conference Overall
North Carolina 10-2 22-10
Clemson 10-3 33-5
Georgia Tech 10-3 25-16
N.C. State 7-7 24-12
Wake Forest 6-6 25-15
Maryland 3-10 10-15
Virginia 3-11 13-19
Duke 1-8 17-13
7 p.m. Office of N.C. Fel
lowsLeadership Development will
sponsor a fund-raising
workshop presented by
Carol Geer in 211
tare wiQ meet to
bumper stickers and
state employee unions.
Plans for the statewide
meeting in Wilmington
April 21-23 will also be
7:30 p.m. Activatias Aware
ness for Choice
and Eqaaiity will
meet in 210 Union to
watch coverage of the
march and nominate
1 1 p.m. WXYC FM 89.3 will
play the new album
from Neville Brothers,
Yellow Moon, in its
entirety with no
ASMATICS NEEDED. If you are
between 18-35 and have mild stable
bronchial asthma and are otherwise a
healthy non-smoker, you may be eSgi
ble to participate in a research study
with financial compensation and min
imal discomfort. Contact Dr. Gil Wa
ger at 966-6214 or 966-2531 or
Nina Church at 966-2531 if
BONUS PROGRAM: Burger King
at 205 E. Franklin St, Chapel Hill is
now looking for eager, energetic em
ployees to help continue serving the
surrounding areas. Excellent starting
wage plus $50 bonus after 100
hours work. Free meals, free uni
forms, flexible hours and career ad
vancement opportunities. Apply now).
CAROL WOODS DINING ROOM
WAITS. Shift hours 4-8 pm, 11-3
Sun. Interact with vital retired resi
dents in a pleasant dining environ
ment. $4.34hour. Generous sched
uling and request-off provisions.
Quality meal provided. No experience
necessary. Come by Carol Woods,
750 Weaver Dairy Rd. between 8:30
and 4:30 to fill out an application to
Bring coupon with check or money
order to The DTH office, 104 Union,
or mail to P.O. Box 3257, Chapel
Hill, NC 27515-3257.
MEN'S TENNIS at ACC Tournament,
Clemson, S.C, all day
MEN'S TRACK at ACC Championships,
Charlottesville, Va, all day
WOMEN'S TRACK at ACC
Championships, Charlottesville, Va, all day
Sun., April 23
BASEBALL at Clemson, Clemson, SC,
SOFTBALL at Frost Cutlery
Tournament Chattanooga Tenn, TBA
MEN'S TENNIS at ACC Tournament
Clemson, S.C, all day
Tues., April 25
BASEBALL vs. Wake Forest Boshamer
Stadium, 6.00 p.m.
Items of Iatcrcat
Alpha Epsilon Delta will have
its final meeting of the year. It is
important for everyone to attend to
elect officers and plan for a spring
picnic and volleyball event.
Campns Y Haager Clean
up requests that all volunteers turn
in afl money donated this week.
UNC Circle K will have the Kiss
the Ram contest through April 20.
Donate spare change in the Pit to
vote to see your favorite campus
celebrity kiss Ramses. All proceeds
go the Ronald McDonald House. .
Stadeat Health Service is
now forming a diabetes group. For
more information call 966-6562.
UNC Clef Haascrs will hold
auditions for all parts today and
Wednesday, April 18 and 19. Appli
cations and sign-ups are at the
Campns Y Bis Bnddy Pro
gram has Group Leader Applica
tions available at the Campus Y.
Current Big Buddies are encour
aged to apply. Applications for Big
Buddies who wish to return to the
program next year are also avail
able. Both are due today.
ATTENTION HIRING! Government
jobs - your area. Many immediate o
penings without waiting list or test.
$17,840-$69,485. Call 1-602-838-8885.
CAROLINA INN SEEKING
SALAD PREP PEOPLE. 5
9:30, top pay. See chef.
CAROLINA INN HIRING
WAITS for dining room.
Start now through summer
& fall. See Wayne after 5.
ENERGETIC & FRKNDLY CASH
IERS wanted to work at Fearrfngton
Market. Apply in person 7 miles
south of Chapel Hill on 15-501.
Great benefits! -
HELP WANTED. Upperclassman or
graduate student. Pleasant part time
cash register and miscellaneous du
ties, locally owned food and gas
EDITORIAL AND READING
HELP needed to finish novel. Senior
or grad preferred. Mornings. Please
COME TO WASHINGTON for the
summer-student wanted as personal
er (or handicapped woman attorney.
Also as companion for beach trips,
sightseeing, social activities, etc.
Part-time duties but full-time place to
stay plus small salary and part-time
use of "vehicle. Call collect 703-553-0629
CROOK'S CORNER is now hiring
kitchen help. Apply in person before
5:00 pm at 610 W. Franklin St.. NO
DELIVER THE VILLAGE ADVO
CATE to apartments in the Chapel
Hill area Wed. afternoons and Sun.
mornings. 4-6 hrswk. Call circula
DO YOU HAVE CHILD CARE EX
PERIENCE? Child Care Networks is
looking for qualified caregivers to
provide full or part-time care in the
child's home. For more information
EARN AN AVERAGE OF
$20HOUR interviewing consumers
for a market research firm. Responsi
ble, enthusiastic people needed for
part-time week night work. Flexible
scheduling, valuable marketingad
vertising experience. Call 544-5991,
ask for Peter Vitale.
LEGAL ASSISTANT: Typing, filing,
reception, bookkeeping and legal re
search. Word processing required.
Perfect for May graduate who wants
to stop out one year before law
school. Equal Employment Opportu
nity. Mail resume, cover letter by A
pril 30, 1989 to UNC Student Legal
Services, PO Box 1312. Chapel Hill.
TY STARTING FALL1989 S
ales-oriented, industrious indi
vidual with strong Initiative
sought for prestigious
with top Fortune 500 firm. Stu
dent must commit to 20 hours
per week for the entire 1989-90
school year. Excellent salary
and bonuses. Flexible hours. All
work is on campus. Applicant
should have strong interestex
perience in sales, marketing pro
motions, management andor
puplic speaking. Internship cred
it possible. For more informa
tion, contact Campus Dimen
sions Recruitment at (800) 592
2121 or send resume and cover
letter to CD I. 210 W. Wash
ington Sq.. 11th floor, Phila.
NEEDED: FULL-TIME SPRING AND
CONTACT CAROLINA APTS., 929
2139. NURSING, PHYSICAL THERAPY,
AND HEALTH-RELATED STU
DENTS: The private care program of
the Home Health Agency of Chapel
Hill has rewarding opportunities for
full-time or part-time work. Set your
own schedule. Excellent pay. Con
tact Linda Shaw, RN, Private Care
Program, 929-7478 or 1-800-672-5905.
PART-TIME STUDENT TELECOM
MUNICATOR openings. Fri. and
Sat. nights, third shift, every other
weekend, 11:30 pm - 8 am. Pay ne
gotiable. Contact Cindy Merritt, 962
6566. SEEKING GRADUATE STUDENT
or mature person as live-in compan
ion for distinguished Durham man,
early 80's, in good health. Responsi-.
bilities include: driving, grocery
shopping, awareness of emergency
phone numbers, monitoring medica
tion. Room & board $150 per
week, beginning July 1, 1989. Reply
with resume and references. Send to:
POB 2286. Durham, NC 27702.
SMALL. OFF-CAMPUS MED
SCHOOL OFFICE needs full-time
student to work part-time 10-20
hrsweek year' round. Requires
typingword processing ability and
own transportation. Flexible sched
ule, $5hr. to start. Contact C. Cole
between 8 am and 5 pm for informa
tion. 929-3807 or 966-3311 to leave
SPERM DONORS NEEDED. Col
lege students or graduates under 35
years old, willing to participate 6
months or longer in artifical insemi
nation program. Confidentiality as
sured. $30 per acceptable specimen.
Call 962-6596 for screening informa
tion. SPRING CASH: Earn $30 this week
as a new plasma donor for approxi
mately 3-4 hours of your spare time.
Sera-Tec Biologicals, 942-0251.
STUDENT CONSOLE OPERATORS
at Morehead Planetarium. Night and
weekend work. I need applicants
who will be in summer school and
will continue in fall. Applicants inter
ested in continuous employment
summer and fall only, please. Apply
in person at Planetarium Business
Office before April 25.
STUDENT NEEDED FOR BASIC
CASHIER duties between hours of 9
am and 11 am M-F. References re
quired. Call Cutlar Ballance, 933
2001, The Carolina Inn.
STUDY SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR
EPA AIR POLLUTANTS RE
SEARCH. Healthy, non-smoking
males, 18-35, can earn money for re
search studies and travel. Call 929
9993. TANNING SALON MANAGER
NEEDED ASAP. MONDAY-FRIDAY
10 AM-5:30 PM. NEAT, PERSONA
BLE. ABLE TO ESTABLISH RAP
PORT WITH ALL AGE GROUPS.
THE IMMUNOLOGY LABORA
TORY at NC Memorial Hospital
on the campus of UNC-CH cur
rently has a full-time, permanent
opening for a medical labora
tory assistant. Mon-Fri. 7 am
3:30 pm. Position requires grad
uation from high school and a
least one year of clinical lab ex
perience. B.S. preferred. Mini
mum salary of $6.94hr and
comprehensive benefits package.
Please contact: NC Memorial
Hospital employment office, 521
S. Greensboro St.. Box 100,
Carrboro NC 27510. 919-966-5244.
mative Action Employer.
THE TOWN OF CARRBORO is now
accepting applications for part-time
recreation facilityactivity supervisors
in the following areas: Special Popu
lations - assist with implementatio
nand supervision of recreation pro
grams for developmentally multi
handicapped adults. Interest and ex
perience with Special Populations
preferred. 4-12 hrs month with most
hours on nights andor weekends.
Pay rate $4.25hour. Special Events
- assist with preparation and imple
mentation of recreational Special E
vents. Duties may include light manu
al labor. Hours vary and are on an
occasional basis, scheduled in ad
vance. Usually nights andor week
ends. Approximately 3-15
hrsmonth. Pay rate: $4.25hour.
Closing date: April 28,1989. For ap
plications contact Personnel, P.O.
Box 337, 301 W. Main St. Carrboro,
NC 27510 or call 919-968 7708.
TWO PERSONS male and female
preferred, strong and healthy, to earn
excellent part-time money to profes
sionally deliver my appliance prod
ucts. Call Bud Matthews, 967-3719.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for study of
Kegel muscle function. Must have
never been pregnant or have not car
ried pregnancy to term. Please con
tact John Thorpe or Watson Bowes
at 966-1601. EXPENSES COVERED!
MALE CYCLISTS needed for re
search involving caffeine and carbo
hydrate loading! Five exercise trials.
Will extend into late May. If interest
ed, call Diane 968-8170, Mary Lou
MALES, 21-35, NEEDED FOR
STUDY of alcohol and stress.
$45 for approximately 6 hours
participation. Psychiatry- Dept.,
966-5670. Call between 9 am
and 12 noon.
HOUSE DIRECTOR for national so
rority chapter at the UNC-Chapel Hill
campus. House Director is responsi
ble for living in the sorority house.
Duties include but are not limited to:
supervising and organizing food ser
vice and house maintenance, book
keeping and preparing financial re
ports; and supervising support per
sonnel. Compensation includes 12
month salary plus room and partial
board. Occupancy negotiable for any
time after Jury 1, 1989. Require-
' ments: Bachelor's degree. Prefer two
years work experience, graduate
study or combination. One individual
will be hired as full-time employee
with flexible 40-hour work week.
Couples, where one spouse is in
graduate school, are eligible for free
room and partial board. Please send
resume and cover letter to Personnel
Committee, 4200 Settlement Drive,
Durham, NC 27713. Deadline: May
3. 1989. EOE.
LA RESIDENCE is seeking Bus
Boys, evening shift only. Please
call Ms. Neal, or Mr. Johnson
before 6:00 at 967-2506.
WANTED: 2 PEOPLE FOR RESI
DENT MANAGERS. MUST BE
ROOMMATES. LIVE ON SITE AND
RECEIVE RENT REDUCTION.
GOOD CHARACTER REFRENCES
AND RESUME REQUIRED. MUST
BE RESPONSIBLE. CALL 967
3620. WANTED: GRADUATE STU
DENTS for temporary work (buy
ing books) at Student Stores
Textbooks Dept. Must be able
to work 8am to 5pm 5189
through 5989 except Sunday.
Apply at Student Stores and ask
for Lorena Mills, Charlie Byrd or
Boyd Ellington. EOEAAE.
WANTED: PART-TIME OFFICE
HELPER. HOURS VERY FLEXIBLE.
AVERAGE 20 HOURS WEEK.
TYPING SKILLS REQUIRED. NEED
TO FILL POSITION IMMEDIATELY.
CALL 967-3620 FOR DETAILS.
BASKETBALL PLAYER - To coach
boys age 9 and 11 during summer.
Also wanted - student to teach
Spanish or French to two boys. 967
2 148 after 6 pm.
CHARLOTTE-Fun, exciting student
painters are hiring for summer, May
15 thru Aug. 20. Pay starts at
$5.40. Outside and inside work.
Contact Trade Tippett, 933-3086.
PART-TIME CAREGIVER NEEDED.
AA Licensed, University Baptist Day
Care Center, serving 2-5 year olds.
$5 per hour. Call Beryl, 942-5577.
POOL MANAGER AND LIFE
GUARDS wanted for the summer.
Neighborhood pool with opportunity
for swimming lessons and private
party work. Bob Osman, 490-2973,
evenings and weekends.
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR
POSmONS-Archery, Whitewater ca
noeing, forward seat riding, rock
climbing, backpacking, tennis,
sports. Camp High Rocks, PO Box
127 -T, Cedar Mountain, NC 28718.
LifeguardMaintenance Position. Red
Cross Adv. Lifesaving a must. WS1
and CPR helpful. For more info, call
Jill at 933-1867 between 6 pm and 8
pm, Mon. through Thurs.
SUMMER INTERNSHIP: We're look
ing for sharp, motivated, hard-working
individuals to run their own busi
ness this summer and save over
$5,000. YouH gain Fortune 500 val
ued experience with an opportunity
for college credit. For info, call 929
3322. SUMMER JOBS - CHARLOTTE,
NC. .Warehouse positions, 8:30
5:30, Mon-Fri, May-August. Call
Doug (704) 372-7849.
SUMMER JOBS: Painting in
Chapel Hill for reputable firm.
Workers with motivation earn
up to $7.50hr. For info call Da
vid. 1-800-548-6867, or 933
4093. SUMMER POSITION, May-August,
15 hrswk as Assistant House Man
ager. Duties include errands, some
housework and light outside work.
Dependability, transportation, trust
worthiness, and honesty arc musts!
Call 967-0839 after 7 pm and week
ends for interview appointments.
The Village Advocate seeks
salespeople for the 1989
Newcomer's Guide. Ideal candi
date will be an upperclassman or
graduate in the business or jour
nalism curriculum. This position
is fulltime for the summer, can
not be combined with summer
school courses and offers great
earning potential. If you are an a
gressive, hard-working, articu
late, and creative student look
ing for great saleswork experi
ence, please send your resume
and cover letter to: Newcomer's
GuideVillage Advocate, Attn:
Carolyn Lyons, PO Box 2145,
Chapel Hill. NC 27515.
SUMMER SECRETARIAL POSI
TION: Summer secretary needed for
sorority rush. Applications available
in the basement of Steele.
CHILD CARE 2 pm.-7 pm. Tues.,
Wed., Thurs., for boys 2, 4 years
old. Need references, transportation,
enthusiasm. Non-smoking preferred.
Call 929-7434. Located conveniently
in CH. Would like to start May.
FULL-TIME UNC STUDENT with cat
seeks liberal, vegetarian family to ex
change child carelight housekeep
ing duties for room (and partial
board?). Outside Chapel Hill fine.
Call Natalie (please!) 942-3332.
FULLTIME SUMMER CHILDCARE
NEEDED for 11 month old in our
home near UNC Must be non-smoker
with excellent references. Call Lisa
at 929 5046.
FULLTIME SUMMER CHILD
CARE needed for 2 boys, ages 8
& 11 at our Durham home. Ex
cellent salary for enthusiastic in
dividual. Own transportation re
quired. 544-5348 evenings or
SUMMER BABYSITTER WANTED
for two girls, ages 7 & 14. Mondays,
Wednesdays, and Fridays. Pool privi
leges. Must have car. Phone 489
5419 evenings or 966-4 178 days.
SUMMER COMPANION, WITH
CAR, to care for 2 pleasant boys ag
es 11 & 9. Call 967 2148 after 6
UNSURE OF POST GRADUATION
PLANS? If you like kids and are stay
ing In the area, we're looking for
someone to help take care of our 2
and 4 year old boys In Durham.
Great pay and flexible hours. Call
Judy at 383 2860.
UNC-GREENSBORO JUNIOR seeks
live-in child care andor housesitting
situation for summer in Chapel Hill
Durham area. Recreation major. Will
happily care for animals and do yard
work. Native German speaker, fluent
English. Excellent references. Please
contact Amelie von Schwerin, 725
South Elam St., Greensboro, N.C.
or phone 1 273-7199.
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) 2724)525 (collect).
WANTED TO RENT. Visiting
Professor, Duke Law School,
wants to rent FULLY furnished
faculty house for fall semester
1989. Chapel Hill school dis
trict, 3-4 bedrooms. Arrive early
August. Call Janse Haywood,
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,
WANTED: IBM CORRECTING SE
LECTRIC II TYPEWRITERS in work
ing condition. Please call 966-4431.-
FOR SALE: ONE PERSON LOFT,
will fit any dorm room. Also navy blue
carpet. $60 for loft and carpet. Call
933 2744. ask for Amy.
FOR SALE: SLEEPER SOFA and 6
cu. ft. REFRIGERATOR. Great for
dorm room or apartment. Call Laura
at 933-5233 or leave message.
GREAT LOFT AND BLUE CARPET
for sale! Both in great shape. Sold
separately or together. Best offer.
LIVING IN AN APARTMENT NEXT
SEMESTER and need furniture???
We have NEW sofas and loveseats at
the absolute lowest prices. 25 differ
ent styles. No one beats our prices,
LOFT - Large enough for 2 beds
and storage. A wonderful addition to
your dorm room. Call now for this
chance of a Bfetjme. 933-3886.
NAD 7020 RECEIVER. Excellent.
$150. AR TURNATBLE, new stylus,
$50. Small SPEAKERS. $25. The
whole system for $200. Please call
EBse at 968-8219.
NORTH CAMPUS LOFT for sale.
Holds three beds or two beds and
storage space. Has two ladders.
Sturdy. 118 Alexander- 933-7733.
PROFESSIONALLY BUILT DOU
BLE LOFT for sale. Beautifully wood
stained and complete with fitted lad
ders. $150less if you disassemble.
Call 933-8016. Leave message,
TWO SINGLE LOFTS: $50. For
more info, call 933-4367.
WHITE DOUBLE LOFT - runs along
the wall. Fits south campus back
rooms and all north campus rooms.
$40 you disassemble, $50 we disas
semble. Can 933-4030.
10 Gallon Aquarium - Brand new -complete
with hood, filter, pump,
heater, conditioner, thermometer,
gravel, and fish food. Never used.
$120 value - will sell for $100 or
best offer. Call Liza, 968-8730.
AWESOME LOFT FOR SALE! Price
negotiable. Please call Debbie at
933-7833 if interested.
BLUE LOFT FOR SALE. Fits south
campus -back room. $75 you disas
semble. $100 we disassemble. Call
933-4382. Leave message.
BROTHER FULL FUNCTION PER
SONAL WORD PROCESSOR:, stan
dard disc drive with built-in daisy
wheel letter quality printer. Hardly
used. Sold new for $600. asking
$400. 929 9676.
CAMERA FOR SALE. Pentax
MX with Auto-Winder (2
FPS), Tamron 28mm and
7 0-2 10mm 200m with adap
tor. Gadget bag, tripod,' all
boxes, books, flash, other ex
tras. Recently purchased
UCG sell all $475.00 neg.
Call Adam 933-6253
CAR STEREO: Like new Sound
stream deck; Dolby, Auto-reverse,
High power, Music search. $350
new, yours for $225. Proton 222
Amplifier. $150 new, yours for $70,
$265 for the pair. Call Dave, 968
8146. CONTEMPORARY SECTIONAL
SQFA AND CHAIR. Very good con
dition. $150. 966-4030 day. Ask for
Lisa. 929-8577 after 4 pm.
DOUBLE LOFT-stained, profession
ally built, carpet for top. Fits North
Campus dorm room, $125. .Also,
black SOFA for $25. Call David at
FOR SALE: 2 Cerwin Vega D2
speakers, $100 for both; Onkyo TX
25 stereo receiver, $50; JUC RD
V100 tape deck, $25; Good condi
tion. Call 942-7308. Leave message.
FOR SALE: NINTENDO video
game system with 5 great games.
Barely used. Great condition.
$200. Call 933-3478 after 1
FOR SALE: Two BROTHER TYPE
WRITERS, both in Immaculate condi
tion, $85. $65. 14K GOLD ROPE
CHAIN NECKLACE. $90. COM
PUTER. PRINTER, both five y.o.,
need repair, bo. Call Natalie, 942
3332. FOR SALE: TWO SINGLE
LOFTS, $50. For more info. Call
FOR SALE: SLEEPER SOFA and
6-cu. foot refrigerator. Great for
dorm room or apartment. Call
Laura at 933-5233.
. FOR SALE: Miscellaneous apartment
furniture. Couch, chairs, etc Best of
fer will be taken on any item. Call
wheels for sale
'81 VW RABBIT CONVERTIBLE. Be
cool in Carolina blue ragtop. 5
speed, AMFM radiocassette, new
speakers & battery. Low mileage.
$5500. Call 962-4076.
1979 BLUE HONDA CMC, shift
gear, reasonable, good condition,
$650 negotiable. Call Christine in
the mornings or try evenings 942
5359. 1986 MAZDA 626, 2loor, 5-speed,
AM-FM cassette, sporty, clean, well
maintained, 96,000 miles. $4,800.
Call 968-7687 after 6 pm.
1987 250 NINSA EC 2650 miles. In
cludes helmet. $1,600. Sunfish sail
boat and trailer $1,000. Wooden
Bunk beds $150. Includes 2 mat
tresses. Call 942-4321, keep trying.
FOR SALE: 1979 HONDA AC
CORD. AC, AMFM cassette.
Needs minimal work. Great deal -$1500.
Call Robin, 942-0487 any
time, leave message.
LEAVING COUNTRY, MUST SELL
Ford Fairmont station wagon, 1979.
Radio, AC, 2 new tires, 130 K
miles. Spacy, reliable, 6 cylinders,
rum great. $750 or best offer. Call
MOUNTAIN BIKE FOR SALE: Giant
AT750. Brand new. Call 933 9360
for more info.
MUST SELL: Yamaha Virago 750.
Excellent condition, trunk & plexi
fairing included. Only 12,500 miles.
Make an offer. Call Randy, 968 052 L
THE CAR YOU'VE ALWAYS
DREAMED OF- A 1965 RAMBLER'
CLASSIC in white. It needs a home .
by graduation. Best offer over $500.
Call 968 0408 and keep trying.
YAMAHA MAXIM 400. Excellent
condition. Includes two Marushin
helmets .which are rated highest by
Cycle magazine and valued at over
$400. Exceptional deal at $850 for
everything. Call Joe at 933 2263.
NISHIKI 21" MEN'S BIKE for sale.'
Maroon with tan accents. $100. Call
Leslie 933 2269.
NISHIKI OLYMPIC RACING BIKE!
25" FRAME. Good condition, $200.
Call 933 8165.
1977 BUICK SKYLARK. Runs,
great, lots of power, cloth bucket
seats. AM FM stereo. $850 OBO.
CaH Dave, 968 8146.
ROAD RACING bike: 60cm perfor-.
mance aluminum frameset, campy e
quipped; worth $1500; barely ridden
$825. Also, wrecked VITUS frame,
fixable. $99. 942-2133.
SCOOTER FOR SALE! Buy my red
HONDA SPREE. Great condition.
$425. Call 933-7354.
FOR SALE: 2 REM tickets. Great -seats
(Row Q facing stage). At cost,
$17.50 each. Call 929-4206, leave
message. First come, first serve.
FLYING AMERICAN? I can get you
a discount! Only the first 5 buyers! ,
Call Simi, 942-5585, pm or before 10
am. Keep trying.
PLANE TICKET - Depart RDU --.
Houston, Texas one way with Char
lotte connect on April 18 2 pm on
Piedmont. $25, call 933-0098.
REM TICKETS FOR SALE. Price ne
gotiable. Call 929-9364. Leave mes-,
REM TICKETS FOR SALE. GREAT
SEATS. BEST OFFER GETS TICK-'
ETS 1-490805 ANYTIME.
BAND LOOKING FOR GUITARIST
and drummer. No acid rock. 933
Immediately for established triangle o
riglnal rock band. Call Sam at 783
0288 - leave message.
FOR SALE: 77 GIBSON LES PAUL
CUSTOM. "Black Beauty" with origi
nal gold hardware. DiMarzio and
Gibson PAF pickups in neck and
bridge positions. Excellent condi-
tion. $600. Bob. 933-3256. .
MILLCREEK CONDO: FOR SALE
BY OWNER. Fully furnished 79.000.
unfurnished 76,000. Close to cam-,
pus, pool, tennis courts. Furnished
for 4 people. Call collect, 1-704-892-'
WOULDNT YOU REALLY RATHER
LIVE at Mill Creek?j2 Bedroom. .2
Bath units with all appliances. Walk
to campus. Attractive 90 financing,
from $78,000. Call Mike Beam,
i Chapel Hill Realty. 942-4149 of 929
- 2299. i-,. :- -v - , ..;
2 BED 2 12 BATH APT. for rent.
Kensington Trace. Pool, tennis
court, free bus pass. Available 2nd
summer for 4 ($125mo.) and fan for
3 ($175mo.) 968-1293.
2 BEDROOM DOWNTOWN TOWN
HOUSE FOR RENT. Call Joe, 609-683-4247.
3 BR., 2 12 BA. TOWNHOME FOR
RENT. WD connection. 5 min. from
campus. 115 Lanterns Way, Carrbo
ro. $550month. Contact Kent But
terfield, Allenton Realtors, 490-9050.
APT. FOR RENT for Summer Ses
sions. 2 bedrooms. 1 bath. Fully fur- -nished,
biking distance from campus,
on bus line, J and C. Call Chad at
BOUNWOOD APT. SUBLET. May
15-Aug. 15. Three bedrooms, two,
baths, large living, dining rooms;
pool, washerdryers. $499mo. 942
6582. Keep trying.
Spacious 2 or 3 bedrooms.
Starting at $415. Ask about
our specials. Highway 54 By
Pass Carrboro NC 27510,
CHANCELLOR SQUARE CONDO
for rent. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, fur-
nished. Walking distance to campus.
$1000month plus utilities. One year
lease. Call 968 6886.
CLOSE TO CAMPUS! Sublet our 2
brtwo storey apt.; backyard, hard
wood floors, close to grocery, laund
y, bar. Optional fall renewal. Availa
ble May 15. 968-8457.
CONDO IN MILL CREEK. With
in walking distance, washerdry
er, pooltennis courts, deck.
Furnished 2 bedroom2 bath.
Call Mr. White collect at (704)
364-8716 after 6 p.m. or week
ends. FRANKLIN STREET APT. available
for summer sublet. Mid-May-August
1. Hardwood floors, one bedroom,
$395.00month includes water. Call
Guarantee fall housing now. 2 bed
room apartment. Walk to campus. No
pets. Summer sublets also, option'
fall lease. Others available now.
Property Management Services, 942-
HAVE AC THIS SUMMER! One'
bedroom apt. (behind Ham's). Sum
mer sublet with renewal option.-.
$380month, incl. heat, water, park
ing. Call Lauren 933-7925.
LIVE IN A HOUSE on Rosemary St.
this summer! Ten minute walk from .
campus. Four room available.
$175mo. plus utilities. Call 929-'
MILLCREEK CONDO: For rent May
-- Fully furnished for 4 nonsmoking '
people. Walk to campus, washerdry-
vi, ijjti tenuis wuiii niwiiiii
per person. CaH 967-0974.
NEED A PLACE TO LIVE 1st
AKnt, M....t, C9nn MAn(kk
andor 2nd sessions summer
school? Sublease a very nice fur--nished
ant for $300mo. olus u-
tilities. Price negotiable. Call
NEED AN INEXPENSIVE APART
MENT? Leaving country, take over
my lease until Dec. 1. 1 bedroom'
apt. on busline, 1 12 miles from
campus. Bikepath all way. Pool,
AC, laundry, parking. Only
$305month. Call Niels, 966-2531'
(w). or 968-8763W.
NOTHING TO BUY, Everything fur
nished! 2 BR Condo, Pool, Tennis,
on level bike trail. 1.5 miles from.'
campus. Available summer, winter " .
sessions, $450month. Call 851-7045.