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May 31, 1979, edition 1 /
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of bike thieves
Bike rip-offs on campus mean easy
money. They can also carry a jail sentence or
a heavy fine for larceny, according to Uni
versity police Sgt. Walter Dunn.
Dunn has been in charge of recording bike
thefts on campus for a couple of years now
and he has seen over 150 bicycles come and
"Since July of 78. there have been 77
incidents of theft or attempted theft," Dunn
reported. There were 83 recorded for the
same amount of time the previous year.
-That means $ 10,252.95 worth of bicycles
has been stolen," Dunn said. . . -
to be offered
The Carrboro Recreation Department
and the Bike Safety Program are sponsoring
an adult cycling class to instruct people how
to ride a bike safely in traffic
The course runs from June 12 through
July 10. It will normally meet on Tuesdays
from 4 to 5 p.m. at the recreation
department. The last two sessions will be
held at alternate times for the convenience of
The July 3 class will consist of a two-hour
bicycle repair and maintenance workshop.
The only requirement for this course is
possession of a bicycle in operating
condition. Bicycles should be brought to
every class meeting and participants are
expected to attend all sessions.
The class is intended for adult beginner
Registration starts on May 25 at the
recreation department. Fee for the course is
$5. As the class will be limited to a maximum
of 10 participants, registration will be on a
For further information call 942-8556.
Nineteen bicycles have been recovered,
according to Dunn.
He still has four or five bikes at the station
now that haven't been claimed by owners,
but that University police found and
identified as stolen.
Some thefts can be avoided, Dunn said.
He suggested using a key lock instead of a
combination and always threading heavy
cable or steel bar through both tires and the
"Students are easy prey," Dunn said. "On
campus there's the best selection, so
someone can just look for the best bike they l ,
can steal the easiest" . i;
"The only hope in reducing the number of $ ,
thefts on campus is for students to keep an
eye out and let us know about it wnen it s
happening, uimn saia.
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Fresh broccoli and tender chunks of chicken mixed in a nch cheese sauce ana ioPF
casserole dish with dinner salad, choice of potato, and hot bread.
Our own recipe for thisesty Italian favorite with generous portions of beef and cheese, served with a dinner salad, and hot
bread VEGETABLE MEDLEY S3.25 '
Fresh vegetables prepared with wild rice and cheese, served pipir hot in a casserole dish and garnish
BAR-B-QUE BEEF RIBS $6.50 (large), $4.50 (small)
Tender beef ribs, cooked in our spicy bar-b-que sauce.
STUFFED FLOUNDER $5.95
Tender filet of flounder, stuffed with crabmeat and broiled to delicate Tion.
FRIED CHICKEN $3.50 (4 pes.) $2.25 (2 pes.)
The Southern standardbreaded in our own special batter and deep fried to . .golden brown.
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11 OZ. TOP SIRLOIN SOZ. NEVYORKSTRIP 8 OZ IBEYE 8 OZ. GROUNTO SIRLOIN
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