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Bowlers use Butterballs. The turkeys.
FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS
Bowlers in Cincinnati will try not to roll gutter birds at the Turkey Bowl
They’ll be using real, frozen turkeys in place of bowling balls.
The contestants will have to slide the rock-hard birds down a lane on
the holiday season ice skating rink. The person with the highest score will win SIOO
and a DVD which includes an episode of “WKRP in Cincinnati” in which live turkeys
were released from a plane as a promotion for a radio station except they dropped
to their death. The station manager thought turkeys could fly.
The frozen turkeys in this contest were discarded by stores and won’t be used for
NOTED. A dog drove a car into a Long Island
coffee house Thursday.
The 60-year-old man who owned the car left
it running while he went into the shop.
Bentley, the man’s dog, somehow knocked
the controls into drive mode.
The car damaged the glass window and some
Police said nobody was injured.
Lecture: UNC alumnus Mike
Goslin, vice president of Disney
Interactive Media Group, will dis
cuss the requirements of develop
ing innovative games. Goslin has
more than 12 years experience
building games and theme park
attractions at Disney.
Time: 11 a.m.to 12:30 p.m.
Location: Sitterson Hall, Room 014
Lab! Theatre: The theater group
will present "Cloud 9" by Caryl
Churchill, a performance about
colonial and gender oppression
directed by Barbara Harrison.
Admission is free.
Time: 4 p.m. to 6:15 p.m., 8:15 p.m.
to 10 p.m.
Location: Center for Dramatic Art
Interest meeting: The Public
Policy Majors Union will be hold
ing an interest meeting before its
executive board election Dec. 4.
Contact email@example.com for
Time: 5 p.m.
Location: Abemethy Hall, Room 102
DarfurFast: Students United for
Darfur Awareness Now, a Campus
Y committee, is hosting DarfurFast.
Students pick one luxury item and
fast from it for the entire day. They
are asked to donate the money
they would have spent to Mercy
QUOTED. "Yang Yang was so cute and I just
wanted to cuddle him. I didn’t expect he would
A college student in southern China who
attempted to hug Yang Yang, a panda at a state
park. He’s now at the local hospital, recovering
from bite injuries to his arms and legs.
Despite warning signs and fences, the stu
dent walked into the panda’s enclosure.
Corps, a relief organization work
ing in Darfur. Participants are
invited to break the fast at 7 p.m.
in the Student Union, where there
will be food donated by local res
taurants. Contact Nada Mussad at
firstname.lastname@example.org for more
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Student Union, Cabaret
Bird Club meeting: The Chapel
Hill Bird Club will discuss birding
in Alaska at its monthly meeting.
Norm Budnitz and Lena Gallitano
will speak about their experiences.
Call 942-7746 for more information.
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Location: 1712 Willow Drive:
Music performances: The ELM
Collective and Charanga Carolina,
UNC's Cuban string ensemble,
will perform at The Arts Center
in Carrboro. Cost is sls for the
public, sl2 for members and UNC
students. Call 929-2787 for more
Time: 8:30 p.m.
Location: 300-G E. Main St.
Photographs from The Center for
Global Initiatives' International
Photography Competition will be
on display through February 1..
; The display is free and open to the
• Time: all day
j Location: FedEx Global Education
| Thanksgiving farmers' market:
j Locally produced meats, fruits, veg
) etables and baked goods will be
! available for purchase at the Public
• Market House in Hillsborough.
: Admission to the event is free. Call
• 245-2050 for more information.
| Time: 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
• Location: 120 E. Margaret Lane
I Prison letter writing: The
• Internationalist Books and
: Community Center will hold a
• session for political prison letter
: writing. Information and addresses
i of political prisoners, snacks, enve
| lopes and stamps will be provided.
; Call 942-1740 for more information,
j Time: 6 p.m.
: Location: 405 W. Franklin St.
: Holiday party: Marc Formato
• and the cooking staff of A Southern
| Season will host a party to celebrate
• the holidays. Call 929-7133 for more
: Time: 6 p.m.
• Location: 201 5. Estes Drive
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the day before they take place.
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A gallery of gifts, jewelry, cards, bath,
toys & highly entertaining off the wall stuff.
HP locally owned, globally cool.
■ university mall • 201 s. estes drive • chapel hill, nc 27514
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■ Chapel Hill police received
two reports of armed robbery
during the weekend, according to
Chapel Hill police reports
The first took place Friday
at about 11 p.m. on Fordham
Boulevard, according to reports.
The second took place Saturday
at about 6:20 p.m. on Cole Street,
■ Carrboro police responded
early Thursday to reports of simple
assault on Jones Ferry Road.
An employee of Chandler
Towing was about to tow a
vehicle from the Abbey Court
Apartments complex when a
friend of the vehicle’s owner
came out and started to push the
driver, reports state.
No injuries occurred from the
The owner paid the tow truck
driver to unhook the vehicle.
■ Carrboro police conducted
a K-9 narcotic sniff on a vehicle
Wednesday at the request of
Chapel Hill police, according to
Carrboro police reports.
The dog found a pipe used for
smoking marijuana in the back seat
of the car that was stuffed in the cut
section, reports state.
■ A Jones Ferry Road resident
reported Thursday that his scooter
was missing, according to Carrboro
The last the victim saw the
scooter was at about 9 p.m.
Wednesday, reports state.
When he went outside
Thursday morning to walk his dog
he noticed the scooter was gone,
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J the big football game and drove around in pick
up trucks playing their fight song and trashing Carolina.
... Since then, State has lost all creativity in ‘pranking’ our
campus before games and resorted to vandalism instead.”
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according to reports.
■ Someone attempted to steal a
piece of candy Wednesday from a
Food Lion in Carrboro, according
to Carrboro police reports.
The manager of the store
called police to report that he saw
a man put an unknown piece of
candy into his pocket, according
The man then proceeded to put
it back before the store associates
approached him, reports state.
Cletus Wayne Snipes, 49, admit
ted that he tried to take the candy,
but put it back when he saw the
employees watching him, reports
The store did not want to pur
sue charges, but had Snipes tres
passed, according to reports.
■ Police responded Thursday
to reports concerning two forged
checks used at Cliff’s Meat Market
on West Main Street, according to
Carrboro police reports.
An employee of the market said
that she received two checks back
from the bank after it was discov
ered that they were altered or ficti
tious, reports state.
The checks were valued at $350
and $230, according to reports.
■ Police responded Thursday
to reports of a deer laying in
the road at the intersection of
Homestead Road and Stratford
Drive, according to Carrboro
The deer was dragged to the
side of the road. A note was left for
public works to pick it up, reports