2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, January 28, 1982
seven and a half minutes, but UNC finally
caught up and went, ahead for good at 66-64.
Clemson did not give in, but the Tar Heels had
to hit their free throws to win the game.
"There wasn't any difference in this com
eback and the one we had against Virginia (a
65-60 win)," UNC center Sam Perkins said.
" Wc just had to take it easy. We knew we had
plenty of time."
Perkins added that he thought it became
easier to get the ball inside as the game wore
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round trip bus transportation, 7 days sailing, meals,
alcoholic beverages and more! ALL FOR $449!! Call
942-SAIL now for details. We're booking up fasti
NOTICE: BUYING ALBUMS,;' andcasettes
cash or trade. (Good condition, please) open 7 days
a week. Fair Exchange, 302 E. Main, Carrboro.
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APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED now for
vice-presidential positions on the UNC Interfratemi
ty Council. Anyone interested see your IPC rep. or
contact Steve Hutson in the basement of Steele
Bldg. Application deadline is Tuesday.
REMINDER: HILLEL SKI TRIP spaces (weekend of
February 5th thru 7th) are going fasti Call HUlel for
THERE WILL BE AN organizational meeting for all
those interested in participating in the Campus Y
Tutoring Program, Thursday, January 28 at 7:00 in
Peabodi 08. There will also be a meeting Monday,
February' 1 at 3:30 in Peabody 03 for those who
cannot fattend Thursday j
SHAPE UP NOW FOR Spring Break. Danccrcize
classes begin Feb. 1. Sign up and more info, is Jan.
25-27 In the Student Union. Hurry because classes
are limited. . - .
ANYONE INTERESTED IN SKIING? W'r
organizing a group of off-campos students to
So to Sugar Mu on Fb. 9. . . and you'r
invited! $31.50 includes boa transportation,
lift ticket and equipment renUL Call Mary or
Sbenrt for more Info at 929-9132 between 5
pm & 1 1 pm. Hurry . . . limited space!
THE JOB MARKET IS TOUGH! You need an edge.
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ING workshops at Durham YMCA 493-4502 every
Monday, and Chapel Hill YMCA 942-5156 every
Tuesday. Morning or night classes. Register one
week in advance.
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"It was pretty hard at first," Perkins said.
"But, as we began to play better, wc were able
to do more of what we wanted."
The sophomore center also said that he felt
the Heels have not been playing their best
basketball as of late. Foster even said that
there are five or six teams better than UNC.
"It's a natural cycle," Perkins said."Teams
have their highs and lows. I guess the team is at
a low right now. We're straining right now and
we haven't the consistency."
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Classic Chic from the 30s, '40s and '50s for men &
women, is having a 15 off almost everything
sale. From Jan. 23 til Feb 6. Come by at 405 W.
Franklin, Monday-Saturday 11 am to 5:30..
THE LORELEIS WILL HOLD auditions for a second
alto part in their singing group on Sunday, Jan. 31
at 3:00 pm in 206 Hill Hall. Questions? 968-1069 or
lost Ci found,
FOUND: BRACELET IN DAVIE Hall on Jan. 22.
Please call 933-4969 to claim. Must be able to
describe fully. J '"
FOUND: E.E. SMITH HIGH School ring in
Morrison parking lot 12482. Identify by initials.
FOUND A SCARF NORTH of Union at 1:00 pm,
Jan. 25. Call Ann 933-7716. '
LOST: BLUE NORTHFACE DOWN Jacket, at
Purdy's, Friday, aft., Jan. 22. If found, please call
Frank at 933-7847.
FOUND: UNC MAT BEHIND Joyner Dorm. Call
933-5185 to claim, ask for Bud.
' FOUND: 14KT. GOLD FLAKE bracelet in Student
Stores. See Linda in DTH Office and identify.
FOUND-GOLD CHAIN NEAR S bus stop near
Eliaus. Call 933-4756 to identify. Ask for Carolyn.
EARN S50-S75 in EPA Breathing Experiments on
the UNC-CH campus. Wanted: Heahhy males, age
.18-40, non-smokers for at least a year. For more
Information please call 966-1253, 8-5 Mon.-Fri.
EXCELLENT SUMMER COUNSELING OPPOR
TUNITIES for men and women who are interested
,in serving boys and girls ages 7-16, guiding them in
their physical, mental and spiritual development.
Only those persons who will dedicate their whole
hearted efforts to help each individual child develop
his or her potential should apply. One must have
ability to teach in one or more of our specialized
activities. College students, teachers, and coaches
should apply. CAMP THUNDERBIRD, located 17
miles southeast of Charlotte, N.C, is an ACA ac
credited camp member, specializing in water sports
(sailing, water skiing, swimming and canoeing), yet
an added emphasis is placed on the land sports
(general athletics, tennis, golf, archery, rifiery and
backpacking). Horseback riding, white-water ca
noeing and tripping are extras in our excellent pro
gram. For further information Jvrite or call G.
William Qimer, Jr., Director, Camp Thunderbird,
Route 7, Box 50. Clover. S-C.. 29710 (803-831-2121).
COUNSELORS, OVER 18 WHO like to have fun
and make fun at unique overnight boys' summer
camp in Penra. Able to Instruct either one of
following: watersafety, waterskiing, boating, soccer,
basketball, arts and crafts, rockclimbing, rtflery,
ham radio, rocketry, science, archery, track, tennis,
golf, photography, pioneering, or general athletics.
Write Camp Director, 138 Red Rambler Drive,
Lafayette Hill. PA. 19444.
JOBS IN ALASKA! $800-2000 monthly! AH
fields Parks, fisheries, oil industry and more! 1982
tremities, said Dr. Joe DeWalt, director
of sports, medicine at the student infir
mary. ' ; ' ';
DeWalt said fractures also were cpm-
mon for skaters, although the same type
of fall will cause different injuries to
skaters of different ages. College-age
skaters most commonly' fracture the
navicular bone, the main bone in the
The following is a list of area skating
rinks and facilities including hours,
prices and special days for those that
could be reached by phone: -
Roller skating facilities:
Sports World of Cary, 1410 Buck
Jones. Rd., Cary.
Mon., 6:30-10 p.m., church night; Tiie.,
2-5:30 p.m., 6:30-10 p.m., ladies night
and college night; Wed., 3-6 p.m.,
6:30-10 p.m., public service night and
adult night; Fri., 7-10 p.m., music request
night; Sat. 10 a.m.-noon, beginners; 1-5
r m., p m. Price range: $l-$3.75.
WINTER'S A LONG WAY FROM
DONE, BUT POOR RICHARD'S WILL
KEEP YOU WARM, DRY & HAPPY!
BF.G1NNER OR ADVANCED Cost is about the same as a
semester in a U.S. college: $2,989. Price includes jet round
trip to Seville from New York. room, board, and tuition,
omplete. Government cjrants and loans available for eligible
Linw with a Spanish family, attend classes four hours a day,
tour days a week, four months. Earn 16 hrs. of credit (equi
vaient to 4 semesters taught in U.S. colleges over a two
2442 E. Collier S.E. Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
(A Program of Trinity Christian College)
CALL TOLL FREE for fuU information 1 800 253
(In Mich., or if loll free line inoperative call 1-616-942-2903 or 942-2541 collect)
Classified ads may be placed at the DTH Offices or mailed
to the DTH Carolina Union 065A, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.
employer listings, information guide. $4.95 Alasco,
P.O. Box 60152, Sunnyvale, CA 94088.
DO YOU RUN OUT of money before you run
out of month? Turn the tables with extra income
from interesting part-time work. Local Amway
distributor trains you for splendid opportunity.
ATTENTION JOURNALISM, ENGLISH & RTVMP
Majors. Will you have good "news clippings" to
present to a prospective employer when you
graduate? You will, complete with your own "by
line," when you work with the State and National
Awards-winning Alamance News to gain experi
ence. We consult with our reporters before getting a
story, after asking questions to be sure we have the
answers the READER will want to know, and then
to help get a good "lead" paragraph that captures
attention. North Carolina's largest once a week
newspaper is 25 miles west of Chapel Hill on NC 54.
Earn $4.00 an hour while learning AND gain valu
able experience that commands instant attention
from prospective employers. We particularly need 3
or 4 reporters for Wednesday afternoons. If also can
work Mondays and Tuesdays andor Thursday or
Friday, and cover some night meetings, so much
the better. Write features, do Man on the Street and
Inquiring Reporter type Interviews, cover courts,
public records, etc. Call Tom or Jean Boney at (919)
228-7851 for interview. Also need two prospective
advertising sales representatives.
EHRINGHAUS MALE'roBm CONTRACT for
sale. Reduced rate. Room 629. Call 933-6543 for
TWO GOOD GENERAL ADMISSION BB tickets
to State-UNC game. Call 968-1341 after 6.
ATTENTION: OFF CAMPUS FEMALES!
Eringhaus contract for sale at a discount! Call
NAUTILUS FITNESS CONTRACT FOR sale: 6
months for $100. Cost $150. Call 933-1816 ask for
LIMITED SUPPLY , DESIGNER FASHIONS at
Factory Cost. Blouses, sweaters, denim and wool
skirts, some men's sweaters. .Mostly large sizes. .
Cash, check, layaway welcome. Kim. 9334443.
NEW 20-WATT SPEAKERS FOR sale. Cost
me $175, yours for $140. Both in excellent
(new) condition. 933-5129 all between 10 and
OLDE CAMPUS CONTRACT FOR Sale, Manly
2nd floor. Available immediately. Call 967-5998.
Ask for Jim. First call, first served.
INCREDIBLE YARNS SUPPLIES FOR knitting,
weaving, spinning. Custom knitted sweaters, hats,
gloves. Lessons. Hours: 11-3 BLUENOSE WOOLS
405V West Franklin 967-8800.
MR. ICS MUSIC SHOW features a disc Jockey
playing rock, funk, oldies, beach, and your requests
for any size party. Call 942-5293. $100four hours.
From page 1
Skate Inn, 3308 Chapel Hill Blvd.
( 1 5-501 at 75 1 Crossover). 489-1489.
Skate Ranch No. 1, 2901 Trawick
Mon., private parties; Tue.-Thur. 7-9:30
p.m., Fri., 7:30-11 p.m., Sat., 10
a.m.-noon, 2-4:30 p.m., 7:30-11 p.m.,
Sun., 2-7 p.m. Price range: $1. 50-52.25,
Skate Ranch No. 2, Highway 401
South, Raleigh, 772-4297. Same price and
hours as above.
Skate Town, RaleighDurham
Highway, Raleigh. 787-2181.
Ice Skating Rink:
Daniel Boone Twin Ice rinks, Exit
164 off 1-85, Hillsboro.
Mon.-Thur., 3-5:30 p.m., 6:30-10 p.m.,
Fri., 3-5:30 p.m., 7-10 p.m., Sat., 10
a.m.-noon, 1-3 p.m., 4-6 p.m., 7-10
p.m., 10:30 p.m.-l a.m. Price range:
All manner of winter
clothing from hats to
available on down
clothing & all pea
f4Ji&KROGER PLAZA 929-5850
year time span). Your Spanish studies will be enhanced by
opportunities not available in a U.S. classroom. Standard
ized tests show our students' language skills superior to
students completing two year programs in U.S.
Hurry, it takes a lot of time to make all arrangements.
FALL SEMESTER - SEPT. 10-Dec. 22 SPRING SEMESTER
- Feb. 1 - June 1 each year.
FULLY ACCREDITED A program of Trinity Christian College.
Ji2) J llTu
SAND ELL DANCE STUDIO Ronnie Sue MandeL
Director-Member Professional Dance Teachers As
sociation. New classes for adults beginning Mon.,
Feb. 1: JAZZ with Rosemary Howard, AEROBICS
with Marsha Winstead. BEGINNING BALLET with
Ronnie Sue Mandd. BALLET AND TAP. Begin
ning, Intermediate & Advanced Join classes
already in session. 1717 Legion Road. Village Office
Park behind Hotel Europa. 942-5512 or 929-7304.
RUSSIA! FIFTEEN DAYS ONLY $1390. Includes:
RT Airfare NY-Moscow, meals, double-room with
shower, transfers,' museums, Kiev, Yalta, Lenning
rad. Moscow. July 24-August 7, 1982 call (704)
859-9573. After 6 pin. Limited space, deposits due
March 1st or write Drawer 640 Tryon, NC 28782.
WOOTEN JEWELERS IS PROUD to announce
wholesale Jewelry in Chapel Hill. 14K gold 35 off
diamonds 30 off. Call Tony Smith at 933-4305 for
details. ' '
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY: one bedroom apart
ment, carpet and drapes, appliances, central air,
pool. Adults only. On busline 404 Jones-Ferry Rd.
Call GREENBELT APTS. 929-3821 for appoint
ment 10 AM-6 PM.
DOWNTOWN PARKING SPACE FOR rent
Two minutes walk to campus. $22.50 per
month. Call 929-6577.
AS CLOSE AS YOU'LL ever get to campus!
Secluded house plus your own room on W. .
Rosemary St Will split first months rent Help!
TOM ROBINSON'S SEAFOOD. Ifs the season for
oysters and. clams in the shell, scallops & fish. 300
W.' Rosemary St Open Thurs.-SaL 942-1221.
Ample free parking. -
SPECIAL- HFS NOT HERE offers Happy
f lour prices on Beer every Monday from 5pm
GO BAHAMAS! ONLY $4191 Trip includes: RT
transportation CH Miami on keg-equipped bus,
RT airfare. Miaml-freeport. luxury accommoda
tions for 7 nights, tropical drink mixing course,
cocktail party, glass bottom boat tour and more!
Plane leaves March 6 at 12:45 and returns March
13. Call 933-5253 3-6 pm or after 11. Deposit due
Feb. 25. Call today!
TWO FEMALES LOOKING FOR one or two other
females to room with us starting May. CaD
933-0421 if you need roommates.
More evidence presented in murder case
ATLANTA (AP) Wayne B. Williams asked for permission to take pictures
at the scene where the body of one of 28 slain young blacks was found, and he
might have provided a talent audition for another victim, witnesses testified
Wednesday at his murder trial.
..Williams a 23-year-old black free-lance photographer and aspiring talent
promoter, is charged with murdering Nathaniel Cater, 27, and Jimmy Ray
Payne, 21, two of the youths whose deaths over a 22-month period have been
investigated by a special police task force. Williams has denied knowing any of
Two former sheriffs investigators testified that a man they later identified as
Williams asked if hccould take photographs of the body of Terry Pue, the
16th victim in the string of slayings, shortly after it was discovered beside a
suburban road Jan. 23, 1981.
A friend of Joseph Bell, the 24th victim, said Bell told him he had responded
to a talent advertisement placed by a man who resembled Williams.
Chapel Hill police news
Howard Engle, an 18-year-old UNC student, had approximately $500 worth
of clothing stolen from dryers in the laundry facilities at Foxcroft Apartments
on Jan. 19, accoVding to Chapel Hill police records, Engle, of 333 Cobbleston
Ct., said in the police report that he placed the clothes in the dryers at 4 p.m.
and discovered them missing when he returned to the laundry room at approx
imately 8 p.m. There are no suspects in the theft, and the case is classified as
A total of $746.45 was stolen from the optometry office of Dr Barry C.
Adler during a break-in that Occurred Jan. 22, Chapel Hill police reports state.
A window on the west side of the building, located at 861 Willow Dr. was
broken, and the inside of the office was searched for the money box containing
the stolen cash. There are no suspects in the case.
According to police reports, Marc Adam Elsdorfer, a 23-year-old UNC
student, was arrested Jan. 16 on charges of assault. Elsdorfer reportedly came
to the police station after learning that his landlord, Michael Tice, of 200
Sunrise Ln. ordered a warrant for his arrest following a dispute in which
Elsdorfer struck Tice with his fist. Tice received minor scrapes and cuts as a
. result of the dispute. Bond for Elsdorfer was set at $500.
my position, it's just one person in control. It's
part of my job to know what's going on. I
would rather be held responsible for my own
actions instead of having to be responsible for
a number of assistants."
Although she has no assistants, there are
people who work with Tucker, such as
members of the Student Activities Fund Of
fice. Tucker said she had not had to face any ma-
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ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR THE Immediate
occupancy of our Royal Park Apartment Has
laundry facilities, pool, clubhouse, etc. your own
bedroom. Only $150 month call 933-4823 today.
ROOMMATE WANTED -SHARE FUR
NISHED 2 bedroom apt. 10 minute walk
from campus. AO yon need Is your
bedroom furniture. $125 plus half
ntUhies. For mora info call 9673554.
FEMALE WANTED TO SHARE two-bedroom
'Carrboro house with one other female student. 1.5
miles from campus on bus Hne, $160. Non-smoker, .
please. Call 929-6220, after 5 pm. '
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MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED NOW to share
Foxcroft Apt. $$3,75 per month plus V utilities.
Call 968-0050 fortfiformarJon. Ask for Mark. .
ROOMMATE WANTED TO SHARE 3 BEDROOM
house with rwo.rad "students. On busline. Easy
biking distance1 cajhpus. Rent $150. Call
929-1576. Available Fel ,
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED for 2
bedroom Carrboro house. . Furnished
except your room. $100 plus x tttilhiea.
Oa busline. .Non-smoker please For
bmfo call 929-5002.
FEMALE ROOMMATE DESPARATELY NEEDED
to share 2 bdrm Royal Park Apt. JanFeb rent free!!
$103 month plus Vi utilities. Call 968-0045 after
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED FOR 3 bed
room, 2 bath apt. share with 2 doctoral students.
Walk to campus, on busline. Rent $150. plus Vs
utilities. Call 967-9668. , :
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED FOR Kingswood
Apts. lA rent and utilities. On L bus route. Call
929-4388. Keep trying!
THREE TICKETS TO THE Wake-UNC
basketball game in Greensboro. Call Pam
ATTENTION! PEPSI TEAM CAP Collectors! I
will pay $100.00 to anyone for their AFC
Baltimore Colts bottlecap! Call John 929-3122
NEED TWO STUDENT TICKETS to NCSU game.
Need not be together willing to pay top dollar please
help me out Call 933-1665 ask for Doug.
I NEED A RIDE this weekend! Asheville Hender
sonville area. Can leave late Thursday or anytime
Friday. Call Suzanne 967-6017.
From page; 1
jor decisions while in office. She said that the
big decisions were left to the CGC and the stu
dent body president and that the only ones she
has had to make are the ones concerning late
acquisitions of funds.
Perhaps Tucker has been too busy as stu
dent body treasurer to think much about her
future. When asked about what she planned to
do after college, her quick response was "Get a
.?.!!?.!.! -jeMtr. ?;it(
CHESS, MABE, MISH THANKS for the lasagna,
wine, cake, poster, and viewer. Most of all thanks
for being my friends! Thanks chicks! Love, Legal
SNEAK AWAY! Ski all day and come home to
cuddle up by the fireside in secluded hideaways in
the Great Smokies. $40 for 2 people, $45 for 4
nitely. Mountain Brook Cottages, US 441 South,
Syiva, N.C. 704-586-4329. . '
STUD ENT-AT-LARGE POSITION open on
The Dally Tar Heel Board of Directors.
Interest and knowledge of financial man
agement desirable. See Linda or
Rejeanne la the DTH office for applica
tion. Hurry position mast be filled soon!
MELISSA ADUDDELL FROM WESTERN
Carolina, if you made it to UNC how about giving
me a call my number is 942-5933 WaDy Eastland.
MACHO MODEL Seeking models for PLAYGIRL
type photos for planned publication featuring
collegiate models. Modest fee paid. If interested
write: Markland Photo, Box 6066, Tallahassee, Fla.
L.Q.: RUMOR HAS IT that you wish to become a
member of the O.L.H. Eyes will be on you Friday
night to see if you're worthy of initiation. B.M. ya
HACK: THANKS FOR THE set-up and keeping us
in line. Hope you get the chance to practice what
you preach Friday night! B and Which.
ALL CAMPUS PARTY AT Pi Kappa Phi House
with the Mighty Majors. 9 till whenever.
Thursday 12882. B.Y.O.B.
D.D. AND FRIEND, ONE year and stifl in the
clouds. I think it's great. Your newest fan. P.S.:
Florida sounds warm and wonderful!
JANE, THANKS FOR YOUR affable spirit and
ready smile, not to mention your pukhritudel You
are a very Tackful person! Your Action Group in
SCOTT JACKSON B. Ill HAPPY Anniversary!
Thanks for magic eggs, window seats, piano
promises, wine and popcorn picnics, skipping
home, Easter baskets, Halloween carrots,
poohs, and especially for being my best friend. 1
love you! CAB.
TO THE ADVENTUROUS YOUNG man In Teague
with a new bar stool: We know who you are and wc
know where you live!
MICHELLE W.. YOU ARE 21 now. Go get the "Big
One" and celebrate this special day. HAPPY
BIRTHDAY Diane. Sherri. Surf.
TO THE GHOSTLY DANCER at Purdys: Let's
revive Halloween spirits and meet again under the
flashing red lights of the dance floor. The Harem .