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    2The Daily Tar HeelThursday, January 26, 1984
Soviet mid-range nuclear missle spotted in East Germany
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON- A. new, more ac
curate Soviet medium-range nuclear
missile that could pose a wider threat to
Western Europe has been spotted in East
Germany for the first time, U.S. in
telligence sources said Wednesday.
That sighting of an SS-22 rocket could
mark the start of the weapon's deploy
ment on Soviet allied territory in response
to placement of new U.S. intermediate
range missiles in Western Europe, said
the sources, who spoke only on condition
they remain anonymous.
The 560-mile-range SS-22, developed
to replace old SS-12 missiles, has never
been deployed outside the Soviet Union,
the sources said.
The SS-22 was seen at Bernsdorf , East
Germany, about 33 miles west of the
Polish border, the sources said. From
such a position, the SS-22 could hit
targets throughout West Germany,
Belgium, Holland, Denmark, as well as
part of Britian, France and Italy.
For security reasons the sources refus
ed to say how the missile at Bernsdorf
was discovered.
Last November, Assistant Defense
Secretary Richard Perle indicated deploy
ment of SS-22 missiles in Eastern Europe
would increase the potential nuclear
threat to NATO countries.
"If the Soviets move the SS-22s very
far forward, it would extend target
coverage" in Western Europe, Perle said
at the time.
The nuclear arms race in Europe surg
ed after the Soviets began deploying
mobile SS-20 missiles in the late 1970's.
From positions inside the Soviet Union,
those 3,200-mile-range missiles could
blanket Western Europe. At least 378
SS-20's have reportedly been deployed so
far, about two-thirds oriented toward
Europe and the rest toward Asia.
The NATO alliance responded in 1979
by agreeing that the United States should
deploy 572 Pershing 2 ballistic missiles
and ground-launched cruise missiles in
Western Europe, in position to strike in
side the Soviet Union.
The Soviet Union waged an unsuc
cessful campaign to head off the new
U.S. deployments, which started last
month.
Among other things, the Soviets
threatened such retaliatory steps as sta
tioning new missiles in Eastern Europe,
Last October, the Soviet Union announc
ed it was beginning preparatory work
toward deployments of new missiles in
East Germany and Czechoslovakia.
U.S. officials who have monitored
Soviet weapons devel6pments have long
expected Moscow to modcrinize its
medium- and short-range .missiles, ir
respective of the disagreement over the
SS-20s and the new U.S. Pershing and
cruise missiles.
A Pentagon report on Soviet military
power, issued last March, mentions the
SS-22 as one of three types of nuclear
capable weapons in Moscow's program
to upgrade its surface-to-surface missile
force. The Pentagon did not predict its
deployment outside Soviet borders.
A U.S. report to NATO last November
said the Soviets already have sent into
East Germany more than 30 SS-21 mobile
missiles with a range of about 75 miles,
and that force was growing by about four
launchers a month.
The U.S. report also said the Soviet
Union was placing 312-mile-range SS-23
missiles in units within its borders.
"If previous patterns are repeated, we
expect that Soviet units in Eastern Europe
ultimately will receive the SS-23 missile,"
the report said.
Former news director testifies at Klan-Nazi trial
The Associated Press
WINSTON-SALEM A retired news director for a
Durham television station denied Wednesday that he
assigned a reporter to cover an anti-Klan rally in
Greensboro because he expected violence.
William J. Boyle, who retired from WTVD-TV in
February 1981, testified in the federal civil rights trial of
nine Ku Klux Klansmen and Nazis, which resumed after
a day-long recess.
Defense attorney Jeffrey Farron, who represents Jack
Fowler, apparently has recovered from the flu, which led
U.S. District Judge Thomas A. Flannery to postpone the
trial Tuesday.
The nine defendants are accused of violating the civil
rights of five Communist Workers Party members shot
to death on Nov. 3, 1979, during a CWP "Death to the
Klan" rally in Greensboro. Five of the Klan-Nazi defen
dants were found innocent of murder in a 1980 state
trial.
Boyle told defense attorneys during cross-examination
he had received very little information about the rally.
Responding to questions from defense attorney Jim
D. Cooley, Boyle said he simply thought he should send
someone to cover the rally.
"After 40 years you may find that you develop gut
reactions," he said, adding that no one asked him to
send someone to the rally.
"With my perverse nature, if someone had suggested
it, I probably would have skipped it," he said.
When defense attorney Harold F. Greeson asked
Boyle if he changed an earlier assignment for reporter
Mat Sinclair and sent him to Greensboro because he ex
pected violence, prosecutors objected.
Boyle responded anyway, saying, "No sir, I did not,
and I have testified to that."
Heels
Defense attorneys said in their opening statements
Monday they will show that the Communist Workers
Party, which sponsored the rally, sought to provoke a
violent confrontation with Klansmen and Nazis.
Boyle took the stand for about 45 minutes Wednesday
morning, testifying for the prosection about the
reproduction and storage of three videotapes used to
record the Greensboro incident. 1
Boyle said there were no deletions or alterations of the
three tape recordings his camera crew made of the inci
dent, and that the footage was of "good quality, well
shot, and certainly to the standards of almost any broad
cast operation."
Testimony from prosecution witnesses continued later
Wednesday, the thirteenth day of the trial.
Also on the witness stand Wednesday were' former
WTVD producer Cleve Hartman and Charlotte FBI
agent Carlos Castinella, who made copies of the
videotape of the 1979 Greensboro shootings.
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complete ball game," he said. "We played a
consistent defense and we forced turnovers."
Jordan, a guard who is about as good on the
boards as he is from the field, led the five Tar
Heels who were double figures, with 21 points
and eight rebounds.
What Jordan didn't take care of, UNC's
twin towers, Daugherty and forward Sam
Perkins, did with a flair. Perkins casually sank
that graceful hook of his, hit from the
baseline, popped from the perimeter and,
along with Daugherty, took Wake's big man,
Anthony Teachey, out of the game.
"We've been struggling lately," Perkins
said. "We were winning close games and we
weren't satisfied. "We wanted to come out fired
up and play good D. We wanted to win big,
but we didn't expect it to happen so quickly."
Perkins chalked up 20 points and 11 re
bounds, while Daugherty, who did not even
take a "shot in Saturday's game against
Duke, hit the boards nine times and scored 12
points, including UNC's first two baskets as
the Tar Heels led all the way, with the biggest
margin at 41 points.
When this one was decided, and with still
more than five minutes to go, reserve forward
Cecil Exum kept the crowd of 10,000 in
terested. Exum commanded attention, especially in
the closing minutes when he became the floor
leader, making steals, leading the break, and
putting in a nifty layup with 41 seconds re
maining that gave UNC a 100-59 lead.
But even Exum, who Finished with 1 1 points
in six minutes on the court, was as modest as
the rest of his teammates.
"I feel confident out there when the team is
playing well," Exum said. "When the crowd is
cheering, it gets your momentum up. I just
want to see this team achieve another national
. championship."
Exum talked a lot about the team, and very
little about himself. Perhaps there is something
to be said for modesty, after all.
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WASHINGTON President
Reagan and House Speaker Thomas
P. O'Neill Jr. argued bitterly Wednes
day about whether to keep U.S.
Marines in Beirut, with Reagan saying
he would not permit terrorists to drive
the United States out of Lebanon.
"i tried to tell him the facts of life
as I saw them," said O'Neill,
D-Mass., who has withdrawn his sup
port of Reagan's Middle East policies.
"It was very strident," said one
source familiar with the exchange. "It
was hot."
One participant described O'Neill
as offering "very frank and for
thright" opinions to which Reagan
replied: "I cannot say to states which
are supporting terrorists that terrorism
has succeeded in forcing us out of the
Middle East."
In the meeting with several House
and Senate leaders of both parties,
O'Neill said he told Reagan the
Marines have outlived any usefulness
they had as part of a multinational
peacekeeping force in Lebanon."
WASHINGTON Anticipating
new calls by President Reagan for
domestic budget cuts, the chairman of
a hunger study by big-city mayors said
Wednesday the federal government
"is tightening its belt around the necks
of the urban poor."
Ernest Morial, the Democratic
mayor of New Orleans, told a meeting
of the U.S. Conference of Mayors
that the report of a White House task
force on hunger earlier this month was
"an insult to urban America."
The Conference of Mayors opened
a three-day meeting hours before
Reagan's State of the Union address.
Morial headed a mayors' Task
Force on Joblessness and Hunger,
which took sharp issue with the fin
dings and recommendations of the
White House study.
"While we cannot count how many
hungry people there are in America,
we know that a serious problem exists
and that our national government,
along with state and local govern
ments and the private sector, must res
pond to it," said the mayors' study.
RALEIGH A Colombian made
threats against his sister's two young
children and was snorting cocaine dur
ing a three-day siege on an Amtrak car
that left two dead, a prosecutor said
Wednesday.
Wake County District Attorney J.
Randolph Riley made his opening
statements in the trial of Mario
Evangelista Villabona Navas, who is
charged with murder in the October
1982 deaths of his sister and her infant
son.
Attorneys selected the last of three
alternate jurors Wednesday morning,
and the jury of five men and seven
women was impaneled to hear the
case.
Navas, who has pleaded innocent
by reason of insanity, appeared in a
dark blue suit with his attorneys,
Joseph B. Cheshire V of Raleigh and
Thomas F. Loflin III of Durham.
A Federal Communications Com
mission official has rejected Sen. Jesse
Helms' complaint about radio adver
tisements sponsored by the North
Carolina Democratic Party.
"In as much as you complain about
the content of issues programming ....
there appears no basis for any com
mission action on your complaint,"
Milton O. Gross, chief of the commis
sion's Fairness and Political Program
ming Branch, said in a letter to the
North Carolina Republican's re
election committee.
Gross said in a telephone interview
from Rockville, Md., on Tuesday that
he advised the Helms for Senate Com
mittee that it could file a complaint
against WBT-AM of Charlotte under
the FCC's Fairness Doctrine if it
thought the station had been unfair.
LAKE CITY, Fla. Exter
minators armed with sticks and rifles
battled an army of hundreds of bats
some of them rabid-that took up
residence in a Lake City school gym
nasium. "We shot'em and beat'em with
sticks," said John Buckley, owner of
a pest control firm hired to get rid of
the bats at Lake City Junior High
East.
In a grand assault Tuesday,
maintenance workers also knocked
four holes in the walls of the building
so the exterminators could funnel in
exhaust fumes from county vehicles to
kill dozens more of the winged crit-
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TONIGHT AT ELLIOTS NEST the Fabulous Knobs! Call
967-4273 for more info. Feb. 1 Cruiseomarics, Feb. 14 Brice
Street!
-HOLISTIC WEIGHT MANAGEMENT GROUP will assist
you in learning the basics of a healthy lifestyle so that you
can begin to effectively manage weight Limited to students
less than 25 pounds overweight. Starting Mondays, Feb. 20.
3-4:40 - Health Education. Call 966-2281, ext. 275 for more
information.
"EATING FOR THE WRONG Reasons Group" for women to
begin recognizing, confronting, and resolving the compulsion
to overeat Starting Tuesdays, Feb. 21. 3-4:30 Health Ed
ucation. Call 966-2281. ext. 275 for more information.
BLACK MALES & BLACK FEMALES-$45 will
b paid to healthy noo-sasokers 18-35, who
complete as EPA breathing study oa the UNC
caaspaa. For aaor info picas cafl 966-1253.
Monday-Friday 8 mtm-5 pas.
announcements
"Where Is Happiness?" the Laughing Man Institute pie
sents an introductory video of the life and teaching of Da
FreeJohn, American-born Spiritual Master. Jan. 27
7:30 pm 540-A Dogwood Dr. 967-9311. Donation.
AIRLINES ARE HIRING! FLIGHT attendants reservanon
ists! $14-39,000. Worldwide! Call for Directory, Guide.
Newsletter. (916) 944-4440 Ext. UNORTHCAROUNAIR.
CRUISESHIPS ARE HIRING! $16-$30.000! Carribean, Ha
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ARE YOU INTERESTED IN a career in sales? A part-time
subscription sales position with Village Cable is great way to
begin. If you are enthusiastic, peris istent, self-motivated, and
enjoy people, the Village Cable subscription sales team has a
place for you. Experience is not necessary, training provided.
Call Peggy Shearon at 968-4631.
PEPPTS PIZZA NOW HIRING
Peppf a la happy to aaaooaca th opeaiag of Ha
pizza delivery sarvica begiaaiag Jaaaary 26,
1984. W md good, rmpoaaibla driven. Re
epoad tauaadiataly. Also stood cooks and wait-
. Apply daily.
for rent
ORDER OF THE BELL Tower membership drive Jan. 16
30. Applications may be picked up at the Union Desk and
returned there by Jan. 30. Get Involved!
"SEEING MAN AS CHRIST sees him" Northwest Chapter
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship. Large group. 7:00 in the
Chapel of the Cross parlor.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
Sottas 1984 RAINBOW SOCCER ftUoartratloa
bafltaa Moaday, Jaau. 16, aooa-6 pas, Moau-FrL.
500 W. RoMatary, Chapel H0L Flald Refliatre
Uoa la Sat. Fab. 11 18. 10-ooon, at Rainbow
Soccor Stadaaaa, off Clalaad Road and 1S-541.
TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT Sat Fab. 25. 10
aooa, Rahtbow Stadia as. PRACTICE BEGINS -Mo-.
Fab. 27. brtoroetad Coach and Spon
sor call 9674797. RAINBOW SOCCER la a
non-profit recreational proajrasa la Its 25th
open to poops of any aga. mm or hiu.
COME PARTY WITH THE Pi Kappa. Saturday,
Janaary 28. AS casnpas party featuring live rock
and ton with STEPS. 9 pa antfl 216 Ffailey
Road.
RESUME WRITING SEMINAR JANUARY 25, 1984 at
7 KM) p.m. 1601 Hillsborough St in Raleigh. To register
call (1) 892-1361 collect Learn how to write your own
resume and survive interviews.
lost & found
CONOCO CHEMICALS COMPANY AND Alpha
Chi Slgsaa fanrtta yoa to disease career oppotta
nhiee for Chesaistry and BJo-Caaadstry saajota.
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LOST A CONN SAXOPHONE with case. If found contact
Tom at 933-2425 a reward will be given.
A SET OF KEYS were found by the law school on Ridge
Rood. Call 933-7321.
FOUND: LEATHER JACKET LAST semester. Call and de
scribe must be able to tell where and when lost. Call Allen at
933-2635.
LOST: LARGE FEMALE CALICO cat. McCauley St. area.
Has tags, flea collar. Please call 942-5664.
LOST: A PAIR OF WOMEN'S glasses in a beige leather
case. If found please can Jeannie at 933-6106.
ALPHA KAPPA PSI. THE nation's oldest professional
business fraternity. Invites all business, economics, and
industrial relations majors to Spring Rush. Stop by our
table in the Union 11:00-3:00 from Monday, Jan. 23 to
Friday. Jan. 27.
help wanted
PETITIONS NOW AVAILABLE IN Ssdte C for candi
dates rtashi la Febnury election. Deadline for
completed petftloaat Fob. 4, 5:00 pas. See Andy
Satberlaad.
Again this Spring!
THE NEW WELL
A WELLNESS RESOURCE CENTER
Student Health Service
2nd Floor
Health Education Suite
942-WELL or 966:2281 (EXT. 275)
Drop in or call for health
information andor referral.
Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Thurs.
8 am-J 2 noon on Friday
18-30 YEAR OLD white males with respiratory colds and flu
are needed for paid research study at the US Environmental
Protection Agency. Chapel Hill. Subjects must be In good
general health. Smokers and non-smokers needed. Please
call Dr. Robert Chapman or Dr. Robyn Temper at 541-3804
(days); 942-3912 (nights). Please teU your friends.
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TEST YOURSELF: ARE YOU an effective time-manager?
Can you work 2-4 hrswk consistently? Are you success
oriented? Earn base performance-based bonuses. 1-800-243-6679.
TUTORS ARE BEING RECRUITED in the areas of foreign
language, math, science, English and history for the Upward
Bound Project, a program for educationally disadvantaged
high school students. Interested students should see Ms.
Marilyn Williams, Upward Bound Program, 207 Hill Bldg.,
UNC-CH for applications. Deadline Feb. 1. 1984.
COUNSELORS-SEEKING QUALIFIED COUNSELORS
for 75 children's camps in Northeast July, August. Contact
Association of Independent Camps (UNC, 60 Madison Ave
nue, New York, N.Y. 10010 (212) 679-3230.
DOMINO'S PIZZA, WANTS YOU to earn $5-$10 per hour.
We are a winning team and need hustling people like you im
mediately! We have 20 positions available for winners who
have their own car with insurance if you are 18 years old or
older and interested in an exciting part or fun time job. Please
call 967-0006. or drop by 209 15-501 by-pass today!
COUNSELORS FOR CO-ED SUMMER camp m the moun
tains of North Carolina. Room, meals, laundry, salary and
travel allowance. Experience not necessary, but must enjoy
living and working with children. Only dean-cut non
smoking college students need apply. For application
brochure write: Camp Pinewood, 19006 Bob-O-Unk Dr..
Miami. FL 33015.
POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR COMMITTEE members and
potltendera to help with February elections. Groups wel
come. CaB or come by Suite C. ASAP.
COUNSELOR AND COACHES POSITIONS for skilled,
talented, outgoing coDege and graduate students for leading
private co-ed resident camp with modern facilities on 350
acre campus overlooking 2 private lakes in Northeast Penn
sylvania. Openings for Athletics, Tennis, Gymnastics, Track,
& Golf Instructors: also Waterfront, Sailing, Arts & Crafts,
Photography, Music, Dance, & Dramatics: Primary and
Teenage Activity Counselors working with a mature staff of
over 100 from many regions. June 23 thru Aug. 22. Write
Camp Starlight 18 Clinton St. Malveme. NY 11565 or call
516-599-5239 to arrange campus interview on February 8,
Wednesday. You may also contact Sonya Loving our cam
pus rep. at 967-2536 or the Placement Office.
WE NEED HEALTHY MALES 19-30 for 2 studies on alcohol
elimination. One requires a One day lab visit the other a 2
day lab visit requiring 8 to 10 hours drinking alcohol and giv
ing breath samples. Send name, address, and phone number
to B.P. Crownover. 1124 FLOB 231 H, Dept of Pharmacol
ogy, UNC Campus, Chapel Hill, NC 27514. Payment upon
completion of visits).
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ONE BEDROOM UNFURNISHED APARTMENT available
to sublease. $234.00 per month plus utilities. Located on J
and C bus routes. Call 933-7791
LUXURY LAUREL RIDGE APARTMENT to sublease Fe
bruary through July. 2 bedroom townhouse. Dishwasher.
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. month. Call Lenny. 942-5015.
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ABORTION TO 18 WEEKS. Private and confidential
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942-0824.
RECYCLE YOUR ALBUMS 45 's and cassettes. We buy or
trade two for one. Two locations Fair Exchange. 302 E. Main
St. Carrboro or Album Annex, 108 Henderson St., Chapel
Hill. Cash or Credit.
READY TO PARTY IN 1984? Let E.J. & Company rock your
party. Four hours of non-stop jam for only $125. Call Andy
Pittman at 967-8871.
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ALL CAMBRIDGE DIET PRODUCTS available. Contact:
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BEAT THE BOOKSTORE! BOXES of 10 diskettes $29.95.
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MUST SELL NOW MORRISON female contract great room
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9334051. Ask for Kristi.
A TRIPLE, 24 OLD West Dorm contract is for sale. Contact
Scott at 942-3093 in evening. Good roommates. Great
North Campus location.
JOYNER CONTRACT FOR SALE! Perfect for the one who
who is trying to be in the dorm lottery for next year. Call
933-3661.
FEMALE DORM CONTRACT FOR sale in Craige. Must seU
now! Price is negotiable. Call 933-1083.
STACY CONTRACT FOR SALE male must sett Immedi
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MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY ONE female contract in Eh
ringhaus dorm. Great roommate, great suite, great price.
Catt anytime 933-5392.
TAKARA 12 SPEED BIKE great shape. Carolina blue, toe
clips, horse shoe lock, leather seat, bike rack. 9334112. Ask
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TWO UNC-GA. TECH tickets for sale. Best offer. Jill 968-0250.
roommates
WANTED: FEMALE ROOMMATE TO occupy space In Fox
croft Apartment; 2 bdrms. 2 baths, rent $102.50; share utili
ties. Can 967-0285 after 6 pm.
rides
HELP! 2 STUDENTS DESPERATELY need a ride to and
from Atlanta this weekend will share gas please call Scott at
9334188.
I WILL PAY SOMEONE $5.00 to take me to High Point or
at least to Wendover Ave. In Greensboro this Friday. CaU
Rena at 929-8118.
RIDE NEEDED TO AND from Charlotte weekend of Janu
ary 27th. Can leave anytime after noon win share expenses.
CaU Carol at 9334355.
CAR POOLER WANTED - SANFORD to UNC dally 8-5.
CaU Mary - 966-3026.
NEED RIDE TO CLEM SON. S.C. or area nearby on Friday.
Jan. 27th leaving after 1:30. Interested in return ride also.
CaU Corey at 933-3152 evenings.
RIDE NEEDED TO ASHEVTLLE or nearby vicinity on Friday
127 wiU share the usual Please Cal DeAima at 9334931.
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' MAKE THIS SHABBAT. FRIDAY. January 27. special
by bringing a friend to services and dinner at Hi Del. Ser
vices at 6:30 led by Rabbi Fischer, followed by dinner at
7:30. Bring a friend and the two of you can eat for just
$3.00! Reservations please by Thursday noon. 942
4057. Hillel is located at 210 W. Cameron.
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airfare, training, fixtures, grand opening, etc. Mr. Loughlin
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MALE ROOMMATE WANTED COMPLETELY furnished
Kingswood Apt. Low rent $82.25mth. (negotiable) V
utilities. Non-smoking roommates. On busline. Call Zach
968-8079.
ONE FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED for a two bedroom
Foxcroft Apt. on D-busline. pool, air cond. Rent $102.50 a
month utilities. Please caU 933-5744 keep trying!
TWO BEDROOM KINGSWOOD APARTMENT A utilities
plus rent. Located on J route. CaU 933-8923.
WANTED: FUN-LOVING. STUDIOUS, non-smoking fe
male to share bedroom in nicely furnished two-bedroom
Kingswood Apt. $98.50 plus lh utilities. Available NOW!
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Hot's Nest. Elliot's Nest, Elliot's Nest CaB 9674273 for Infor
mation. JB: rM NOT SURE I remember you, but I'm definitely going
to Evening at the Profs 11 on Feb. 5 at 7:00. Which profs
house are you going to? See you tot the pit to sign up next
week. Sissie.
PARTY WITH THE DELTS. Delta Tau Delta. Thursday, Jan
uary 26. 9:00 111 Pickard Lane.
NOMINATION FORMS FOR THE Order of the Golden
Fleece are now available at the Union Desk. Forms must be
returned by Friday February 10th.
HAPPY 19th KATTNA MY best friend's girlfriend. Maybe we
can get together sometime and listen to the Dixie Dregs. 1
think you're NJ-I-C-E! Love Robert
ROOTH: HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Since you're anally 19 lef s be
"artistic" and live it up! I love you (more than life Itself?) SAC.
CHARLES - YOU COULD PARTY til you puke that
$25.00. Oh weU, Purdys wiU sttU enjoy your company. Happy
Birthday! Dr. Gloom.
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