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The Daily Tar HeelMonday, October 30, 19899
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Noon: 1989 Wesley H. Wallace
Lecture 'The Future of Networks" with
Jay L. Kriegel in 1A Swain Hall.
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From Associated Press reports
BIG BAY, M ich. One of the guests
at Norman and Marilyn Gotschall's
bed-and-breakfast inn apparently has
been around since the turn of the cen
tury, and they don't argue with him.
The inn served for decades as the B ig
Bay Lighthouse until the Gotschalls
bought and restored it. They say Wil
liam Pryor, first of five keepers of the
lighthouse on Lake Superior's Big Bay
Point, is still around and is responsible
for running the basement shower and
other unexplained phenomena.
"He makes the walls creak and the
wind howl at night,"' Gotshcall said.
"You can hear him wailing."
Pryor vanished in 1901, Gottshcall
said. Hunters found his remains 17
months later hanging from a tree, an
Gotschall said the first sighting of
Pryor was reported by two guests, who
saw the spirit walking around the light
house in his U.S. Life Saving Service
uniform, shortly after the inn opened.
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THE Daily Crossword by C.F. Murray
1 Hunt's partner
9 A pay raise
15 Qatar native
16 Easter bloom
17 Palm tree
20 Put aside
22 Fr. historian
24 Petition for
25 Gushes forth
35 Cross type
37 Tool for
38 Sault Marie
40 Fossil resin
43 Part of a will
44 Break bread
45 On the (not
46 Small change
51 Kill gnats in a
57 Prolific writer?
59 Some are fine
62 Check copy
8 Do business
9 River craft
11 Gold cloth
12 In the sack
2 p.m.: The Institute for Research
in Social Science announces "PC S AS"
session No. 1 with Jose Sandoval (IRSS
Short Course) in 02 Manning Hall.
2:30 p.m.: University Counseling
Center: Sophomore and junior trans
fers, the UCC is offering How To Se
lect A Major (SAM) workshops in Nash
Hall until 4 p.m. Phone 962-2175 to
3 p.m.: University Career Plan
ning and Placement Services will hold
Job Hunt 103: Interviewing Skills
Workshop in 306 Hanes Hall.
The Study Abroad Office will hold
an informational session on Siena, It
aly, in the lower lever of Caldwell Hall.
3:30 p.m.: IRSS announces "Gen
der and Society in Renaissance His
tory" sponsored by the UNC history
department in 569 Hamilton. For more
info call 962-21 15.
UCPPS announces an information
meeting in 209 Hanes Hall about New
York Interview Day. Interested in New
Gotschall said his first close encoun
ter of the supernatural kind took place
his first night in the lighthouse. He
heard something banging in the wind
and went to see what was loose.
"But as soon as I got outside, the
wind stopped and so did the banging. It
did this several times. I was up and
down. But I never found anything
loose," he said.
Gotschall claims the ghost makes
one annual demand on his time.
"Every morning in spring he wakes
me up, taps me lightly and bids me to go
fishing," he said. "I know that fishing
was important to a lighthouse keeper.
So I have to fish every morning. I've
always tried to comply. I don't want a
mad ghost around."
Town "wet" after 55 years
NEW WINDSOR, 111. Nightlife
has suddenly appeared in this tiny farm
ing community you can tell because
for the first time there are cars parked
on Main Street after dark.
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IF YOU'LL EVERBE 1H5 SAM5,
IF YOUR DREAMS HAVEPERJ5HEP
BUT THEN YOUR COMMUNITY
KINDNESS OF NEIGHBORS YOU
FIND HOPE, AND A SENSE THAT
UJm YOUR. ILLUSIONS. 1
SOMEHOW YOU WILL
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All Rights Reserved
26 del Este
27 Makes docile
29 Crotchety one
36 Like some
37 He loves: Lat.
39 Durable wood
40 Keep on
42 Arc cutter
46 Hammer part
47 Mandlikova of
48 Privy to
49 Zola heroine
52 It. wine
56 Charlotte of
York jobs in advertising, publishing,
public relations, non-profit, arts, legal
research, consulting, etc.? Please at
tend! UCPPS will have a Career Planning
Workshop for freshmen through jun
iors in 210 Hanes Hall.
4 p.m.: IRSS announces "SPSS
PC" session No. 1 with Jose Sandoval
(IRSS Short Courses) in 02 Manning.
For more info call 962-0509.
4:30 p.m.: UCPPS will hold an In
ternshipsExperiential Learning Work
shop: Introductory session on intern
ship basics and how to find one in 210
5 p.m.: American Advertising Fed
eration will meet in 203 Howell Hall.
Last chance to pay dues.
7 p.m.: The Newman Center will
hold a Bible Study session in 226 Un
ion. All are welcome.
The Psychology Club will meet in
112 Davie. A guest speaker will talk
Voters decided to go "wet" and
legalize the sale of alcoholic beverages
last spring, partly in hope of attracting
business from surrounding towns to
keep the community alive. The open
ing of The Pub in August ended 55 dry
Walter Brown, owner of The Pub, is
keeping a low profile since he is aware
that New Windsor shut down its lone
tavern in 1934 with a local ordinance
banning liquor just months after the
repeal of Prohibition allowed it to open.
When he opened, he simply put out
a "Bud Light" sign and placed a small
advertisement in a weekly newspaper.
"I just want to have a clean, friendly
place where singles and couples can
come for a quiet drink and some con
versation," Brown said.
"I'm going to put up an awning in a
few weeks to try to dress up the front of
the place a little bit."
Cosell angered by Ali's no-show
DETROIT Sportscaster Howard
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about subliminal messages in advertis
ing. Anyone interested is invited to
8 p.m.: Carolina Union Activities
Board: Clyde Edgerton, an outstand
ing author and the first speaker in the
Carolina Union's Southern Writer
Series, will speak in Gerrard Hall. This
event is free and open to the public.
8:30 p.m.: Fellowship of Christian
Athletes will meet in Kenan Field
House. Former UNC basketball player,
Bobby Jones, will speak.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
UCPPS is collecting all resumes of
seniors interested in working for non
profit organizations after graduation.
Bring resume to 2 1 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;
Cosell expected to be reunited with
champion boxer Muhammad AH and
was visibly angered when he had to
settle for the company of a champion
bowler and a retired high school base
Cosell, 7 1 , served as master of cere
monies Saturday at the induction of Ali
and five other members into the Afro
American Sports Hall of Fame here.
However, Ali was a no-show because
his connecting flight from Pakistan was
"I've been brought here under false
pretenses," Cosell said, adding that
without Ali: "You don't have a dinner.
You don't have anything."
Cosell settled down, performed his
duties and later apologized to Lafayette
Allen Jr. after calling the champion
bowler from Detroit "a nobody."
1990 Martin Luther King, Jr
The Martin Luther King, Jr.
Planning Committee invites
interested individuals and
groups who plan to sponsor
activities in observance of the
late Dr. King's birthday to
contact the Committee chair
at 962-6962 for further
Treat Yourself To
pre-leasing for 1990
"Weaver Dairy E
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
Sexuality Hotline: Students inter
ested in being assistants to Dr. Ruth by
answering incoming calls from students
regarding sexuality, please call 966
6586. Hurry sponsored by Student
HELP HUGO VICTIMS! Individu
als and organizations needed to help
hurricane victims in Charleston, S.C. If
interested, please call Alpha Phi Omega
An exhibition of paintings entitled
"Devs Ex Machina" by Robert Barnard
honors Barnard's 28 years of excel
lence 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
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The 1990 Orientation Commis
sioner interest meetings have beeri re
scheduled from today and Tuesday (as
indicated in the Carolina Week;by
Week) to Nov. 17, 20 and 21 in;211
Union at 12:30 p.m., 4 p.m. and 6:30
p.m. respectively. Applications avail
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The 1990 Yackety Yack is haying
portrait sittings from Nov. 1 through 22"
in 213 Union. Call 1-800-873-7591 to
register for your appointment. ' '
The 1990 Yackety Yack, the year
book of the University of North Caro
lina, is on sale this week in the pit. Be
sure to capture yours now. " ;
The Carolina Week by Week Cam
pus Calendar is looking for people
interested in reviewing, editing and or
ganizing the 1990-91 edition. Contact
Christie Blom for more info at 967
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