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The Daily Tar HeelTuesday, January 23, 19907.
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Lost & Found
FOUND 1 YR OLD CALICO in
Lnatham county. Free to a hood
home. Call 933W22 after 6 pm.
FOUND 118. 2 KEYS on ring
woig safety pin on ring. In front of
CARRINGTON HALL at bus stop.
Come by APO lost & found to
FOUND: 1-17. Bracelet in Greenlaw
bathroom. Call 93S9989 to claim.
FOUND: gold bracelet. Sig Ep
House. 1-17. Call 933 4239.
FOUND: Jacket on Franklin St Call
Dcew. 933 6123.
FOUND: Set of keys on 1218
near Winston Dorm. Giant diaper
pin key chain & mini wind instru
ment. Call Nelson. 933 3708.
Lost & Found
Lost & Found
FOUND: WATCH WBLACK BAND,
white face, gold roman numerals &
gold link on band. Found 118
between Gardner & Dey hall. Call
9336442 to claim.
LOST: Gold Hoop Earring btwn
Davis Lib & Col Chutney's. Around
Silver Bracelet. Lost Jan 16.
LOST: Bus pass btwn Health
Sciences Lib 7 Pittsboro St. 1-17.
Reward. Stephanie. 967-3633.
DTH Classifieds 962-0252
LOST: UNC Class "89 ring. Gold
wblue stone. Sat. nite bet.
Players & Sig Ep house. Strong
sent value. Reward. 929-7441
MARK DAVID Anderson. I have your
Wachovia Bank card. Call 933
5243 after 9pm.
If you've lost something,
APO LOST &. FOUND
(located in Student Union Basement)
You have until
JANUARY 31st to
claim any lost hem.
left goes to charity!
REWARD for Gold signet ring lost
between Morehead Planetarium
Parking Lot & Henderson St. 1-12-90.
Interwoven initials J&8. no
markings inside. Sentimental
VISA or MASTERCARD!
Even if bankrupt or bad credit! We
guarantee you a card or double
your money back. Call
1-805-682-7555 ext, M-1219.
(call 7 daysweek)
ABORTION To 20 weeks. Private
and confidential GYN facility with
Saturday and weekday appoint
ments available. Pain medication
given. Free pregnancy tests. 942
0824. DOES YOUR CHECKBOOK have you
at your wits end? Call Patti 942
2418 (if no answer leave mes
sage). Balancing checkbooks is my
specialty. Personal or professional.
FAST & ACCURATE WORD PRO
CESSING service: typing exp.
includes law papers & briefs, term
papers, resumes, cover letters. 7
applications. Call 933 9263 today!
HATE TYPING? Let me do it. Call
967-0583 for fast, professional
service on Macintosh PC. MA in
English, familiarity with MLA styles.
Ask for Cindy.
PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Free
pregnancy testing and counseling.
All services confidential. Call PSS
942-7318. Sat. appts. avail.
TUTOR NEEDED sophomore In
search of chem 61 tutor for entire
semester. Should be Intelligent,
patient & understanding. Please
Orange Co. Special Olympics
Trade 8. Field
TUIS, mi 23 6pm
Turn your free time &.
energy into a meaningful
Join the world of winners!
YOU CAN MAKE a difference
VOLUNTEER over 50 service areas
at NCMH. Registration held Jan 15
19 & 22-26 betweeen 9:30-12
noon and l-5:30pm. Orientation is
req. Jan 31. Volunteer Services. 1
Floor Old Clinic. NCMH. For more
info, call 966-4793.
ART 31. SPAN 21. HIST 37. These
Were the Greeks. Phil 21.
Riverside Reader. Trimmer
Hairston. Readings in Argument.
Writing a College Rhetoric. Call
Terry Jordan's THE EUROPEAN
CULTURE AREA. $34. Douglas
Jackson's The Shaping of Our
World. $32.50. Hartshorn &
Alexander's Economic Geograp6y.
$32.25. Prices neg. Lve mesg for
BE A VOLUNTEER ENGLISH
Befriend a foreign student,
visiting scholar, or spouse.
One hourswk, 1-to-l, all In
English. Apply International
Center, Student Union Bldg.
DEAR DANA: Thanks for listening
to me endlessly babble on about
countless unimportant things. &
thanks for cheering me up when I
needed it. I hope we balanced your
checkbook right! Your piz2a partner.
GIRL SCOUT ASST leader needed.
Scouting experience helpful but
not necessary. Please call Cindy at
929-2303 to volunteer.
TODD M Just wanted to
wish you the happiest
Birthday ever! Love, Diana.
Do you love it and
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for more information
Five sessions starting
Wednesday, February 7,
Call Donna Woody at
966-6586 to register.
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The Daily Tar Heel Classifieds
11 a.m.: U Horizons will beheld in the Pit until I
p.m. Come by and check out all the Campus Y has to
offer! Wednesday also at the same time.
4 p.m.: University Career Planning and Place
ment Services will hold Internships 101 : Basics of in
ternships and experiential learning in 210 I lanes.
5 p.m.: The Communications Department of
Student Government is gearing up for the semester.
All members should attend or come by Suite C.
6:30 p.m.: The Order of the Bell Tower will meet
in 209 Union.
7 p.m.: The Jesse J. Morehead Angel Flight is
holding informational rush meetings in the Union.
Check at the Union desk for room numbers.
Office of the N.C. Fellow sladership Develop
ment announce a Delegates Program Opening. All
recognized student organizations are urged to send
representatives to meet and interact with otherstudent
leaders. Union auditorium.
The UNC Math Club will present the first speaker
in its spring lecture series: Professor Robert Cohen
will talk about "Murphy 's Law and Numerical Analy
sis." Call Bert Hackney at 933-8642 for more info.
The Moravian Student Fellowship will meet at
Hal Atkin's house. Transportation leaves Granville
West and Morrison lobbies at 6:45 p.m.
7:30 p.m.: SCUBA Club meeting in 218 Union.
Spring break trip to CozumelCaiKun will be planned.
All divers and non-divers are welcome on the trip.
8 p.m.: Carolina Union Activities Board an
nounce the deadline for the Carolina Union 8-Ball
Tournament entry and mandatory meeting in 205.
Women's and Men's division entry forms are avail
able at Union Underground and South Campus Un
ion. ITEMS OF INTEREST
A diabetes support group is forming, led by Dec
Dee Laurilliard. social worker, and Dr. Margaret
Vimmerstedt. Begins Jan. 30,Tuesdays4p.m. to5:30
p.m. for six weeks. Call 966-6562 to enroll. Deadline
to enroll is Wednesday.
Time magazine is conducting a national search for
college juniors who have distinguished themselves
through academicexccllcnce and exceptional achieve
ment outside the classroom, including community
service, student government, science, journalism,
entreprencurship, the arts or athletics. Winners will
receiv e $3,000 in achievement awards rnor.cy . Appli
cations are available from the Dean of Students Of
fice, Steele Building basement, and are due Feb. I.
Student Health Service and Student Government
arc now accepting applications through Feb. 2 for the
student liaison subcommittee. Applications and in
formation arc at the Union front desk. Suite C and the
School of Public Health. Student input can make a
Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business
Fraternity will have a rush table in front of Carroll
Hall between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. through Jan. 29 for
all interested business, economics and industrial rela
tions majors. Please stop by.
Applications for students interested in working on
the BlackCultural Center Planning Committee are
available through Jan. 26 and are located in the BCC.
The Carolina Week by Week Campus Calendar
wants students to edit, evaluate and create the 1990
91 edition. Contact Christie Blom at 967783 for
more info. Photographers encouraged.
Exhibit and reception: Paintings by Richard
McAlpin in the Carolina Union gallery. F.xhibit runs
through Feb. 3. Reception with the artist on Jan. 28
from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. All are welcome!
UNI FAS LivingLearning program is now ac
cepting applications for 1990-91 . Pick them up at the'
Union desk or Suite C. Union 217-A. For more info
call 933-2315. Applications are due Jan. 29.
Volunteer registration at North Carolina Memo
rial Hospital will run through Jan. 26 for new volun
teers. There are more than 50 service areas to choose
from. Registration is at the Volunteer Services Office
at NCMH from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For more info
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ACROSS 46 Dries up
1 Fastener 48 Crab and love
5 Fragrant wood 51 Pique
10 Cassette 52 Charcoal
14 Highly spiced burners
stew 55 More snug
15 Love It. style 59 Machete's
J6. Cattle group cousin
17 Noggin 60 Reluctant
18 Jewish festival 62 Look
19 One of five lasciviously
- lakes 63 Augury
20 Gas number 64 Water plants
22 One way to 65 Proboscis
secure kids 66 Ripped
24 , Queen of 67 Crab grass
Scots and dandelion
26 Regatta team 68 And others:
27 Deadlock abbr.
30 It. wine city
31 Undergo DOWN
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change 2 Guinness
32 Shoe part 3 Blind part
34 Praise 4 Land strip for
38 Fine clothes a waterway
39 de mer 5 Antics
40 Washer cycle 6 Rhea"s cousin
4t Observed 7 A Copperfield
42 Roman 8 Sandy
statesman 9 Regret
43 Spiro 10 Rod Serling's
44 King of TV show
comedy 11 Eagle's nest
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All Rights Reserved
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27 Gershwin and
29 Trim away
33 Grain bit
48 Head monk
49 Ad campaign
50 More wan
53 Play part
56 " Rhythm"
57 Movie lion
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