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Late-night food deliverers spill stories
FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
The Daily Tar Heel staff writer Ryan Davis went on the scene to inter
view local cashiers and delivery persons from late-night eateries such as
Gumby’s, [B]Ski’s and Tarheel Take-Out Express. He also tagged along
for a series of deliveries with UNC junior and Jimmy John’s deliveryman
Most have several stories about the shenanigans that occur during the wee hours
of their after-midnight shifts. They revealed funny tales and horror stories, most of
which involved the hilarity of intoxicated patrons.
Visit Multimedia at www.dailytarheel.com to see videos of local deliverymen giving
personal accounts of their adventures around Chapel Hill.
NOTED. McDonald’s has enlisted its toughest
critics, moms, as emissaries to talk up the health
benefits of fast food. One claim is that french
fries are a good source of potassium and fiber.
McDonald’s hopes to improve its image by pro
viding healthy options and food quality, such as
real eggs in its Egg McMuffins. It is a crucial time
for the image of the fast-food industry because of
its opportunity to compete in a weak economy.
Contra dance: The Carolina Song
& Dance Association is hosting a
contra dance with music by the
Jivetones. Students should bring
clean, soft-soled shoes. An $8 dona
tion is requested. For more informa
tion, call 967-9948 or visit us at
Time: Workshop at 7:30 p.m., danc
ing begins at 8 p.m.
Location: 100 N. Greensboro St.
Battery acid violence lecture: A
speaker will discuss her experiences
working with acid attack survivors
at the Acid Survivors Foundation and
living in Cambodia and Bangladesh.
Free pizza will be provided. RSVP to
Time: noon to 1 p.m.
Location: Michael Hooker Research
Center, Room 3100
Psalm 100 fall concert: A
Christian a cappeila group will per
form with guest group, N.C. State
University's Acappology. Tickets are
$5 in the Pit and $6 at the door.
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: Carroll Hall, Room 111
Wine night: A Southern Season
will host a night of light and
QUOTED. “This is what I call truly a labor
Florida resident Raymond Petterson, who
is helping horses make a fashion statement.
To relieve horse arthritis inflicted by the cold,
Raymond’s business “Whinny Warmers” offers
“leg warmers” for horses. He came up with the
idea shortly after adopting an arthritic horse
healthy small plates with red
and white wines. Cost is $22 per
person. For more information, call
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: 201 South Estes Drive
Folk by Four: An Evening With
Local Talent will host Folk by Four, a
high-energy vocal quartet perform
ing bluegrass, gospel, jazz, pop and
singer-songwriter music, many a cap
peila. Teachers from The Arts Center
will offer instruction in art and
Time: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Location: 201 S. Estes Drive
Soccer tournament: The World
Micro-Market will host a "World
Cup Soccer Tournament" to benefit
CARE, an organization that sponsors
human development initiatives. The
cost is $lO per person, which pays
for a t-shirt, snacks and drinks. Sign
up in the Pit from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Friday, or by e-mail at emonier®
Time: 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Location: Hooker Fields. Participants
can sign up as a "country" in a group
Carrboro Film Festival: Attend a
celebration of local film and video
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creativity. All filmmakers, from begin
ner to well-established professional,
will be showcased.
Time: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Location: Carrboro Century Center,
100 N. Greensboro St.
Discussion about Chapel Hill
newspapers: Former Chapel
Hill News editor Don Evans and
Carrboro Citizen founder and
reporter Kirk Ross will discuss "The
History and Future of Print Media
in Chapel Hill and Carrboro." A
reception will follow.
Time: 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Location: 523 E. Franklin St.
Dance show: Star Heels Dance
Team will perform with guest
appearances by The Achordants and
Carolina Vibe. The proceeds from
the show will go to the Eve Carson
Memorial Fund. Tickets are $4 in
advance from any Star Heel and $6
at the door.
Time: 6 p.m. to 8 p,m.
Location: Student Union, Great Hall
To make a calendar submission,
Events will be published in the
newspaper on either the day or the
day before they take place.
Submissions must be sent in by
noon the preceding publication date.
Photos of the week
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Junior forward Deon Thompson blocks a shot attempt from
the University of Pennsylvania during the 86-71 win Saturday.
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The Dance Marathon morale committee announced 1,828 as
the total number of dancers that have signed up to participate.
Visit dailytarheel.com to view the photos of the week.
■ A Chapel Hill resident was
arrested Wednesday for stealing six
bottles of body wash from a store by
hiding them under his coat, accord
ing to Chapel Hill police reports.
Edward Sebastian Oglesby, 46,
stole the Olay wash from a Food Lion
on North Fordham Boulevard.
Oglesby was arrested last week for
stealing $75 in hats from a depart
ment store, also by hiding them
under his coat, according to reports.
Police released Oglesby and he
is expected in court Jan. 5.
■ Police arrested a Chapel Hill
resident Wednesday for attempt
ing to buy Adderall with a stolen
prescription pad, according to
Chapel Hill police reports.
William John Cooper IV, 29, is
charged with 10 felony counts of
forging prescriptions and putting
lofty ©or JUrt
them in circulation at a Rite Aid
on Franklin Street, reports state.
Cooper also has nine felony war
rants out of Durham, reports state.
Cooper was expected in court
Thursday, reports state.
■ Police received a report of
landscapers blowing leaves into
the road Wednesday on Stratford
Drive, according to Carrboro police
Police responded but were unable
to locate anyone blowing leaves into
the road, reports state.
■ Someone tried to steal three
mopeds Wednesday on Estes
Drive, according to Carrboro police
The three mopeds fell out the
back of a red truck as someone
sped away, reports state.