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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, October 27, 1989, Page 7, Image 7

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The Daily Tar HeelFriday, October 27, 19897 Campus Calendar Campus Calendar is a daily listing of University related activities sponsored by academic departments, student serv ices and student organizations officially recognized by the Division of Student Affairs. To appear in Campus Calen dar, announcements must be submitted 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 organi zations and follows the same deadline schedule as Campus Calendar. Please use the same form. FRIDAY 1 p.m.: The Muslim Students' As sociation of UNC will hold its Friday prayer in 208 Union. 3 p.m.: UNC Field Hockey Club practices on Ehringhaus Field. 6:30 p.m.: Focus presents "Christi anity and Marriage Love's Labours Found" with Randy Russell of Chapel Hill Bible Church at Brook's residence 413 Granville Road. Supper provided. Sponsored by Focus, the Graduate Chapter of InterVarsity Christian Fel lowship. Call 942-7759, 962-1930 or 942-2529 for more info. 8 p.m.: MangumOIde Campus reminds you of the 9th Annual Man gumOlde Campus Haunted House until midnight. All proceeds go to the Jaycee Burn Center. T-shirts and tickets avail able at door. i SATURDAY 8 p.m.: MangumOIde Campus Haunted House until midnight. SUNDAY 8:45 a.m.: UNC Field Hockey Club meets at Ramshead Parking Lot across from Ehringhaus Field to travel to Winston-Salem for the Salem Smoker Tournament. Please remember uni forms and dues if you haven't paid them. 7 p.m.: University Career Plan ning and Placement Services an nounces a presentation by Texas In struments in the Carolina Room at the Carolina Inn. 8 p.m.: The UNC Department of Music will present a concert of vocal duets, trios and quartets in the Hill Hall Auditorium. ITEMS OF INTEREST UCPPS is collecting all resumes of seniors interested in working for non profit organizations after graduation. Bring resume to 21 1 Hanes Hall before Jan. 19 for inclusion in a book from UNC, NCSU, NCCU and Duke to be sent to NPOs. Student Government Tutoring Program offers FREE tutoring in Econ 10; Chem 1 1; Stat 1 1 and 23; French; Spanish; and Math 22, 30 and 31. All students interested in receiving help please come to Peabody Hall Tuesday nights from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Rooms assignments will be posted in Peabody Hall. Sexuality Hotline: Students inter ested in being assistants to Dr. Ruth by Sideshow GREAT BURGERS, ) llpX) GOLLY, THANKS AND I WANT TO thank you flag police for the fine job you've Done clamping DOWN ON FLAG BURNERS. GEORGE BARB'S ON FIRE HER WIENER TOUCHED OFF HER p- Tit a n i c I put ;er OUT fVRAR A T3l ANIkFT ANYTHING.'' tl! WHEW IT'S OKAY. I SMOTHERED THE WITH WHAT? UH - OH ... YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT... S3 Calvin and Hobbes HE GOT REPORT TO A FOR SCHOOL iOU IMAGINE ANYTHING ' PK1 y I TRSF 'ST WUKYS BMS. CNU Pic ? 10-If UECVC, I 0OHT KNOW MAHTUING ABOUT BMS HOW AW I SUPPOSED TO VIRITE A REPORT ON A SV)BiCT I VCUOVl UOTU1UG BouT ?! trs inpossbi! I SUPPOSE RESEARCH R OVJT OF TUE QUESTION. Ott, LIKE I'M GONG TO LEAvRN ABOUT BATS AND A REPORT ?A GME WE A BREAK.' answering incoming calls from students regarding sexuality, please call 966 6586. Hurry sponsored by Student Health Service. Register now for Threshold, the first national student environmental confer ence, sponsored by SEAC, from Oct. 27 to Oct. 29. Cost is $10 for students, payable by cash or check (made to "Campus Y Threshold"). Forms available at Campus Y or in the Pit. HELP HUGO VICTIMS! Indi viduals and organizations needed to help hurricane victims in Charleston, S.C. If interested, please call Alpha Phi Omega at 962-1044. An exhibition of paintings titled "Devs Ex Machina" by Robert Barnard honors Barnard's 28 years of excellence in the Art and Art Education fields at UNC. Show ends Nov. 10. A reception will be held Nov. 5 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. American Engineers for Social Re sponsibility is looking for volunteers to tutor high school students in math and science. For info, or to volunteer, contact: Joe Doman 1901 -A Peach Creek Court Raleigh, N.C. 27603 The 1990 Orientation Commissioner interest meetings have been resched uled from Oct. 30 and 3 1 (as indicated We rake 'em, they buy 'em From Associated Press reports MIAMI Florists, nurseries and even supermarkets in South Florida are selling the same leaves that folks up North are raking up and trying to get rid of. "It brings back that Northern atmos phere," said Pam Halliday, a manager at Frank's Nursery in Tamarac, where a bag of six to eight leaves costs $3.99 to $4.99. "People come in bunches to buy them. We're sold out." "When I was a kid I used to hate them because I had to rake them all the time," said Ohio native John Tsugra nes, whose two Palm Beach County floral shops sell bags of leaves ranging in price from $1 to $12. "But after 18 years here without fall, I sort of miss them." Most of the leaves are brought in from the Carolinas. Florists, who douse them with preservatives to maintain their color, say oak and maple leaves are best. Doonesbury MAY PAY CITY MAY what arb my options hbrb ? tension doo-poo.' youpont D1V rtTYl MP CMnmu 1 PONTUJANT TO DO ANYTHING I COUU? 33 FINI 7 rliTl (WW... THINK.ITWA5 ZtiWxnb a rn,en 1 WN7 CDMFOFJAdiBjf, 1HI5 COUU? 85 THE 6REAT TOO ON THE 1 b HAVING A rOwcK ivm, anything THmffjl deaththing.we x ad-ubbim, nose- OUTAGE! I5NTMB... airmc skippyi S Shoe tJ wo ?T!0". mywwv. w Lwwiff w software Ktai I ! 883. B3& Jlm; JW c y. itS THE Daily Crossword by Frank R. Jackson ACROSS 56 Conclusion of 1 Speech sound statement 5 Carpenter's 60 Not any tool 61 Dance that 10 " a man takes two with..." 62 Criticism 14 Quechuan 63 Terminates 15 Crimson dye 64 Labor group 16 Sleuth Wolfe . 65 Danson and 17 Start of a Knight statement 20 Ring count DOWN 21 Verve 1 Elevate 22 Areas 2 As to 23 Decorticate 3 Use radar 24 One and only 4 Criticize 26 Passionate 5 BB 29 Land broker 6 Faithful 32 Rouge et 7 Gp. 33 Tidal flood 8 Chill 34 Colloid 9 Chemical 36 Statement ending continues 10 Obliterate 40 Mournful 11 Chow 41 Musical group 12 Eagle 42 Pause 13 Apparel 43 Not one or 18 Sharp the other 19 Spring shrub 45 Exchanges 23 Beautiful 47 Sp. rivers creature 48 Red root 24 Sired 49 Spring bloom 25 Lawman of 52 St. Paul's yore state: abbr. 26 Carpenter and 53 So. that's It! soldier 1989 Tribune Media Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved 27 Mountain ash 28 Vacuum tube 29 Track entrant 30 Was flirtatious 31 A Delia 33 Kefauver 35 WWII ships 37 Announcement 38 Reflected sound 39 Nasty kid 44 Sultan's decrees 45 Fibrous tissue 46 Fiat money 48 Board game 49 Pathway 50 Press 51 Permit use 52 "The Love" 53 Wheel holder 54 Chief 55 Invites 57 Heat meas. 58 Whip 59 Near the stem I IN I IT I R I E 1 IS IT I Y 1 1 IA IR I I 1 T t E IRIS IE I. i A IS II IE IE IP staf 1 rIy e yed1liba" in the Carolina Week by Week) to Nov. p.m., 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. respectively. 17, 20 and 21 in 211 Union at 12:30 Applications available at meetings only! I i i i 3 k I s i IT i 9 f I10 111 112 13 14 15 16 17 18 ' " 19 " " 20 mmm- - 23" """" 24 25 "" 28 27 2T" """" 30 31 I 32 33 " 34 35 38 37 38 39 40 """" 41 42 mm- mmm 49 50 51 52 " 53 54 1 55 58 57 58 59 60 "" 81 "2 63 84 j65 " CORRECTION A coupon running in the 1 990 class schedule book let advertising $50 off standardized test prepera- tion is for the Stanley H. 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