TUESDAY, MARCH 25.200 H
Fishing club meeting There will
be a Carolina Fishing Club meeting
with a guest speaker from Skeet's
Custom Rods. The meeting will focus
on a charity tournament against
N.C. State's Sass Pack, the Haw River
Derby and fishing trips
Time: 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Location: Greenlaw 431
Glee club performance The
Harvard Glee Club will perform at
University United Methodist Church
at 8 p.m. Regular Admission is 525.
Seniors get in for Sls. Tickets are
available at www.harvardgleeclub.org.
Time 8 p.m.
Location: University United
Methodist Church in Chapel Hill
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RnrkPAriflwr North Carolina State Club Championships
rWiTcnn Crookl Saturday, 309:90m-6pm. Sunday. 3AO:9am-4pm
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April 12 _ ► UNC Men's Crew Club
DAY HIKE Carolina Cup Regatta • Saturday, 3/29
[Stone Mt] ,oam ' 12pm at Lake Wheeler
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The Independent Weekly's editor,
Lisa Sorg, will present "How Indy
Reporters Obtain Public Information
Documents for Their Articles" at
Extraordinary Ventures. For more
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Location Extraordinary Ventures, 200
S. Elliott Road
Yield to Heels Day The Department
of Public Safety, along with Alpha Phi
Omega service fraternity and the UNC
Highway Safety Research Center, will
hold a pedestrian safety awareness
day on campus. This is a biannual
event. Volunteers will be at four loca
tions passing out fliers and giving tips
Time: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Location South Road at the Bell
Tower, South Road by the Student
Recreation Center, South Columbia
Street and Fraternity Court and
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History lecture: Ernest Dollar will
talk about Orange County’s history
at a meeting of the Davie Poplar
chapter of the Daughters of the
American Revolution. The discus
sion will take place at the Horace
Williams House. For more informa
tion call 932-9688.
Time: 9:30 am.
Location: Horace Williams House
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Man’s sausage bid spoiled
FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
Jack McClanahan, a retired butcher, is now out
of the black market sausage business.
“Everyone knew that if they shot a deer (ille
gally), to take it to Jack. He’d process it no ques
tions asked, said Mark Webb, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service special agent “It was tasty.”
But officials stopped the activity - after finding mag
gots, deer carcasses and mouse droppings in the man’s
Nebraska garage-based processing plant.
NOTED. Instead of a wed
ding ring, a Nebraska bride
found herself in handcuffs.
Scotts Bluff County depu
ties arrested 31-year-old
Dianne Carnes just after her
courthouse wedding was to
have started for allegcdly
threatening a woman who
served on the jury of her
felony driving under license
■ The window of a 2004 cham
pagne-colored Honda Odyssey at
150 E. Rosemary St. was shot with
a BB gun, according to Chapel Hill
Damage of S6OO to the rear
window was reported at 10:21
p.m. Sunday, according to
■ Two incidents of larceny
and breaking and entering from a
residence with force were reported
Sunday on Ridge Trail, according
to Chapel Hill police reports.
Someone entered the home
at 178 Ridge Trail through an
unlocked door between 3 p.m. and
7:45 p.m., pried open a locked inte
rior door and stole an iPod nano
valued at S2OO. Damage of SSO
was reported to the door jamb,
according to reports.
At 180 Ridge Trail, someone
entered an unlocked back door
between 3:30 p.m. and 8:48 p.m.
A Sony Vaio laptop valued at
$2,000 was reported stolen, in
addition to a total of $7,500 worth
of jewelry, reports state.
■ An unknown male in a 2001
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customer is welcome to return
the item for a refund, if they
Wal-Mart s written cor
porate response to a com
plaint from a Kentucky moth
er who said that the $1.69
pack of straws she bought for
her three-year-old daughter
contained a few shaped like a
male sex organ.
white and black Nissan drove away
with a pitbull dog that did not
belong to him, according to Chapel
Hill police reports.
The dog, valued at $lOO, was
reported stolen at 12:45 p.m.
Saturday from 510 Craig St.,
■ A peeping Tom was report
ed at a home on Shepherd Lane
Thursday, according to Chapel Hill
■ A man was arrested at the
Carolina Inn on Saturday at 3:20
p.m. after hitting his father on the
head with a beer bottle.
David Francis Bishop. 23, of
Louisburg, hit his father and
struggled with police as they tried
to subdue him. Officials had to
tackle Bishop to the ground to
An antique chair was broken
during the fray, valued at $5OO,
according to University police
Bishop was also found in pos
session of marijuana and was
taken to Orange Count)' Jail and
held without bail.
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