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8The Daily Tar Heel Wednesday, March 22, 1989 Sports r I Yd V1 'it. 4 . i i r ;i . u i n uavia ourowiecKi Tennessee - : . . : .:- .-.-:- ' :- ;:.:..- - .....V. D1 Winning Tar Heel pitcher Kreg Gresham fires one in during Tuesday's 6-4 win over Levis' three bits Dead UNC to 6-4 win over Teooessee By BETHANY LITTON Sail Writer There really is no place like home. Just ask the UNC baseball team, which returned to Boshamer Stadium after six spring break games in California to defeat the Tennessee Volunteers 6-4 Tuesday afternoon. It was good to play at home after being on the road for a long time, and it was good to get a win," said second baseman Dave Arendas, who had two hits and two RBIs in the match-up. Catcher Jesse Levis was the batting leader for the'Tar Heels with three hits and two RBIs, and Kreg Gresham was the winning pitcher, despite getting injured early in the sixth inning. Gresham pulled a muscle in his throwing arm and will be out anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks, UNC Coach Mike Roberts said. UNC, who improved to 9-6 on the season, started attacking the Volunteers early. The Tar Heels led off the scoring in the bottom of the first inning when centerfielder Tom Nevin made it to second base with a high pop fly which dropped into short center field. Nevin then crossed the plate for UNC's first run when Levis doubled off the right-center field wall. Two batters later, Arendas brought Levis home for run No. 2. After both teams went scoreless in the second, Gresham relieved starting pitcher John Thoden. Gresham started off slowly, giving up hits to the first two Volunteer batters. Tennessee catcher Shawn McDonnell sent a line drive to left field for a single, and his teammate Clint Factor followed with a double to deep center field, allowing McDonnell to score. Clark Rose, one of the Vols leading hitters, hit a center field drive allowing Factor to cross the plate with the tying run. But the Tar Heels quickly unevened the 2-2 score in the same inning and retained their lead for the rest of the game. Lead-off batter Levis singled to right field and moved to second when Vol pitcher Allen Halliday walked leftfielder Brad Woodall. North Carolina then pulled ahead, 3-2, on a Tennessee error. Arendas reached second and batted Levis in when third baseman Jason Imperial threw over first baseman Jason Maples' head. The final run of the inning came when UNC first baseman Steve . stroff brought Woodall home with a sacrifice groundout. . ,s The score remained 4-2 until Volunteer relief pitoher Chris Snyder walked Nevin in the sixth and UNC third baseman Darren Villani knocked a grounder between second and third for a single. The Tar Heel rally continued with two RBIs: a single from Levis and another from Woodall, who had come in from left field at the top of the inning to pitch for the injured Gresham. Snyder then struck out Arendas to stop the scoring, and the UNC run column remained at six for the rest of the game. Tennessee scored two more times to narrow the margin. In the seventh inning Maples singled and scored on a Mike Basse single. The Vols closed out their scoring in the top of the ninth with a powerful double from Imperial and an RBI single from Factor. The first out in the ninth inning came courtesy of a spectacular diving catch by left fielder Todd Nichols. Woodall sealed the victory for the Tar Heels by getting McDonnell to ground out to third and striking out shortstop Lar Gilligan for the final out. Roberts said the team played a good all-around game, with solid offense, defense and pitching all contributing to the win. "Today was the best that weVe played in the last couple of weeks," Roberts said. "I thought that it was a good team effort, which is what weVe been working for. Levis said he has been working hard on hitting and he feels very confident at the plate. Since many of the Tar Heels' early games were cancelled because of rain, Levis said, the Tar Heels will welcome a more regular schedule. "I'm looking forward to just getting into a groove and playing every day consistently, because we have a lot of talent," he said. THE RESCUERS Shows Daily G v 2;003:3r 5:307:00 j ? BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE . Shows Nightly 9:10 (") ? LEAN ON ME PQ.J Shows Dally 2:004:157:009:15 , SKIN DEEP Shows Daily V 2:054:1S7:009:15 j V ELLIOT ROAD at E. FRANKLIN 967-4737 $3aQfJniraiau uiKTno.(ta.iwn) Ctwvy Chaa FLETCH LIVES M 2:204:207:209:20 D us tin HoffmanTom CruiM RAIN MAN R 2:O04:307:OO9:3O Barbara HarahaySatta MlcUlar BEACHES 2:104:3S7:109:3S HU Ovrfmr li t ttth V Final WW! Tl!ax..T,Bio M THIS THEATRE On Tap Today BASEBALL vs. Tennessee, Boshamer Stadium, 3 pm MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SWIMMING U.S. Swimming Senior Championships, Koury Natatorium, TEA SOFTBALL vs. Ohio University (DH), Finley Held, 2304:00 pm - Thurs., March 23 MEN'S TENNIS at N.C. State, Raleigh, N.C,2pm Fri., March 24 GYMNASTICS vs. N.C. State, Carmichael Auditorium, 7 pm MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SWIMMING , U.S Swimming Senior Championships, Koury Natatorium, TBA BASEBALL vs. Georgia Tech, Boshamer Stadium, 3 pm MEN'S TENNIS vs. Maryland, UNC Tennis Center, 2 pm WOMEN'S TENNIS vs. Virginia, UNC Tennis Center, 2 pm SOFTBALL at South Carolina Invitational, Columbia, SO, TBA MEN'S GOLF at Iron Duke Classic, Durham, N.C, All day. VARSITY EAST FRANKLIN CMOPEL HILL 8C7-8865 BEST PICTURE BEST ACTRESS Glenn Close l I Al SONS 24:2079:20 A Al M VV AWAKII M 4llSt I BEST FOREIGN FILM On The Cir Verge Of i Komi Breton 2:154:0567:409:30 ft (r 7:00 PM CAHSMnCEIIAEIL AMID. R n n S amm aNMa "J 0sm'' 0" J g - J I. 'Smmamr jf 1b - ! Ml WE HEREBY invite all readers to send us their favorite samples of senatorial sobriety, fidelity, and financial scrupulosity. Winners will receive the Edward Kennedy Howard Metzenbaum Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement. For an introductory 15-issue subscription tO NATIONAL review for just $17.95, call 800-222-6806. HetpVanted afternoons & weekends, 20hrswk. Come by during business hours. Eastgate Shopping Ctr. (beside a Southern Season) 1967-8568 Chapel Hill 688-4540 Durham 10-6:30 Mon-FH 10 6 Sat 1-5 Sun Greenhouse Location Sunrise Dr., Chapel Ilill 489-3893 1 i See U NC crew out action The UNC men's and women's rowing teams will be in action this weekend in a race at Lake Michie in Bahama, N.C. The races begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 25. The men's team will go up against teams from Duke, Clemson and East Carolina. The women's squad will face Duke, Clemson and UNC-Wilmington. Of all the remaining races in the 1989 season, this one is the closest to the UNC campus, so all students and fans are invited to attend. The location is 12 miles northwest of Durham off Roxboro Road. For more information on Saturday's race, call Sam Wheeler at 933-0692. Wtys ftatlg (far itel ' Classified Info The Daily Tar Heel does not accept cash for payment of classified advertising. Please let a check or money order be- your receipt Return ad and payment to the DTH office by noon one business day before your ad Is to run. Ads must be prepaid. Visa and Mastercard accepted at the office. Rates: for 25 words or less Students, Student Organizations and Individuals: $2.00 per day Consecutive day rates: 2 days $3.25 3 days $4.00 4 days $4.50 5 days $5.00 .50 for each consecutive day Businesses: $5.00 per day a Additional charges for all ads: 5C per word per day over 25 words $1.00 per day for boxed ad or bold type Free ads: FOUND ads will run five days FREE. help wanted LABORATORY TECHNICIAN: Sphinx Biotechnologies Corporation, a rapidly growing North Carolina biotechnology company, is moving aggressively to develop therapeutic and diagnostic products in the areas of lipid second messengers and signal transduction. We are seeking an individual with a B.S. degree in biochemistry or releated field and knowledge in enzyme assays and protein purification. Experience with HPLC FPLC, PAGE and a strong background in analytical chemistry is desirable. Sphinx Biotechnologies is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please forward resume with reference to position number 101 to: Sphinx Biotechnologies Corporation, Position 101, PO Box 727. Durham, NC 27702-0727. LATE NIGHT IN THE SAC. Help keep the Dean Dome clean. We need groups or individuals for Saturday, March 25, April 1, and April 22. Clean up after the basketball tournament and concerts. Work 3-6 hours. Pays $4.25hour. Great for iundrais-ing! Call immediately to sign up, 1-800-7688367. LIFEGUARDS NEEDED - Chapel Hill PksRec. Community Center Indooroutdoor Pool & A.D. Clark Outdoor Pool. Supervise swimmers, some pool maintenance, flexible schedule. Prefer Lifeguard Training Cert, require Advanced Lifesaving. Must be willing to obtain CPR & First Aid Cert within 60 days of hire. $5.00hr. Apply by April 7: 200 Plant Rd. 968-2790. EOAAE. LOOKING FOR A FRATERNITY, SORORITY OR STUDENT ORGANIZATION that would like to earn $500-$ 1,000 for a one week on-cam-pus marketing project. Must be organized & hard-working. Call Patti or gina at 1-800-592-2121. LOOKING FOR A FRATERNITY. SORORITY OR STUDENT ORGANIZATION that would like to make $500-$ 1,000 for a one week on-cam-pus marketing project. Must be organized and hard-working. Call Jill or Corineat 1-800-592-2121. NATIONAL MARKETING FIRM seeks AMBITIOUS. MATURE STUDENT to manage on -campus promotions for top national companies this school year. Flexible hours with . earnings potential to $2,500. Call U-sanne or Rebecca at 1-800-592-21221. NATIONAL MARKETING FIRM seeks AMBITIOUS, MATURE STUDENT to manage on -campus promotions for top national companies this school year. Flexible hours with earnings potential to $2,500. Call Li-sanne or Rebecca at 1-800-592-2121. NATIONAL MARKETING FIRM SEEKS ambitious mature student to manage on campus promotions for top national companies this school year. Flexible hours with earning potential to $2000. Call 1-800-932-0528 ext. 27. OFFICE ASSISTANTS NEEDED in busy law firm. Help with phones and .typing. Morning andor afternoon hours available. Start $5 per hour. Call 967-8989. SWIMMING INSTRUCTORS NEEDED - Chapel Hill PksRec. Community Center IndoorOutdoor Pool & A.D. Clark Outdoor Pool. Teach swimming to variety of ages, evaluate participants, some pool maintenance, flexible schedule. Prefer Lifeguard Training & Lifeguard Training Instuc-tor Certs. Rewuire Advanced Lifesaving & WSI Certs. Must be willing to obtain CPR & First Aid Cert, withing 60 days of hire. $5.50hr. Apply by April 7: 200 Plant Rd. 968-2790. ' PATIENT WHO REQUIRE the removal of wisdom teeth needed for clinical trial of sedative anesthesia. Significant reduction in cost of extractions provided. Two year study sponsored by NIH and the Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Call 966-2784 for screening information. PEE WEE BASEBALLSOFTBALL INSTRUCTOR and DIRECTOR--Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation. Instruct 6-8 year olds, rules and skills, non-competitive format. Mon. and Weds. 5-6:30 pm. April 11 -June 5. Prefer prior teachingcoaching and experience with children. Tnstruc-tors--$5hr.j Dlrector--$6hr. Apply' by March 28, 200 Plant Rd. 968-2784. EOAAE PIZZA HUT DELIVERY It now hiring drivers for Its Frankllng Street location. Drivers earn up to $4.50hour to start plus tips and car reimbursement. Flexible schedules are available. Please apply at 516 W. Franklin Street or call 942-0343. PLAZA THEATRE - part-time positions available for doormenprojectionists who can work from 1-6 pm. Apply in person between 1 and 6 pm. POOL CASHIERS NEEDED - Chapel Hill PksRec. Collect admissions to outdoor pool, answer phone and public inquires, some pool maintenance. Morning - afternoon with rotating weekend, or afternoon evening with rotating weekend. Similar experience preferred. Must have a pleasant personality, good communication skills; must be responsible. $4hr. Apply by April 7: 200 Plant Rd. 968-2790. EOAAE. RESEARCH SUBJECT VOLUNTEERS Black women, 18-35. needed for a study which includes black and white subjects. This air pollution study involves various responses to ozone exposure. Must be free of colds or flu (6 weeks), non-smokers, non-asthamatic (5 years), no history of heart disease. Fee paid. Call 929-9993 for appointment information. SPERM DONORS NEEDED. College students or graduates under 35 years old, willing to participate 6 months or longer in artifical insemination program. Confidentiality assured. $30 per acceptable specimen. Call 962-6596 for screening information. SPRING CASH: Earn $30 this week as a new plasma donor for approximately 3-4 hours of your spare time. Sera-Tec Biologicals, 942-0251. STUDY SUBJECTS NEEDED FOR EPA AIR POLLUTANTS RESEARCH. Healthy, non-smoking males, 18-35, can earn money for research studies and travel. Call 929-9993. USTAVOLVO TENNIS LEAGUE SUPERVISOR - Chapel Hill PksRec. Supervise adult league, report scoresstandings. Mon-Thurs, 6-10:30 pm, April 3 - mid-June. Prefer playing exp. $4.40hr. Apply immediately: 200 Plant Rd. 968-2784. EOAAE. WANTED: Engergetic Vista volunteer to market and promote the County Coordinated agency transportation systems to low income older persons. Federally sponsored, the position pays a monthly living allowance, vacation, & stipend. Apply by March 27. Contact Orange County Dept. on Aging, PO Box 8181, Hillsborough. NC 27278 or call 967-9251. WORD PROCESSORS needed for subcontract work off the premises. Must have letter perfect printer. Variety of assignments: theses, multiple letters, mailing lists. Contact Julie at 933-1111. EARN $9HOUR, delivering THE INDEPENDENT in Chapel Hill. Must have reliable car, 4-6 hoursweek year-round. Call Allison, 1-286-1972. ALL WOMEN'S FITNESS CLUB now hiring for morning hours, 8-12 pm approximately. Training provided. Call Barbara at 942-0955. BASEBALL UMPIRES - for leagues of various ages, April - July season, knowledge andor previous experience preferred, late afternoons and e-venings (weekdays) and some weekend mornings. $7.25-$14.50 per game. Deadline: March 27. Applications available at the Carrboro Recreation and Parks Department in the Carrboro Town Hall, 301 W. Main Street, Carrboro. Call 968-7703 for more information. BASEBALLSOFTBALL UMPIRES & SCOREKEEPERS NEEDED -Chapel Hill PksRec. Umpire or keep score for youth teams. Evenings & Saturdays, 10-20 hrsweek. Season begins April 24. Both positions prefer 1 season's experience; training is provided. Umpires: $6-$12game; Scorekeepers: $4hr. Apply immediately: 200 Plant Rd. 968-2784. EOAAE. CHALLENGING, ENTERTAINING AND EDUCATIONAL. Full-time days kitchen prep and salads. Weekend and selected evenings dishwashing. Will train. Call or come by Spanky's before 11 am or after 2 pm. 967-2678. DO YOU HAVE CHILD CARE EXPERIENCE? Child Care Networks is looking for qualified caregivers to provide full or part-time care in the child's home. For more information Call 942-0184. FREE TRIP TO EUROPE! SBT Travel needs a campus rep to help coord)-, nate Club Europa Day at UNC. Call 929-4321, Jim or Andy. Hurry! FULL AND PART-TIME CLEANING POSTITIONS O-PEN. Morning and evening hours available. Pleasant envi-ornment in all Women's Health Club. Call Barbara at 942-0955. GRADUATING? Enter the exciting world of advertising and publishing. Join our team at U-niversity Directories, The Nation's Largest Publisher of Campus Telephone Directories. Gain valuable computer knowledge, garphic design and layout experience, and learn all administrative aspects of creating quality publications. Interviews: March 28 & 29. See detailed brochure at Career Planning & Placement, 211 HanesHalL GREGARIOUS, VIVACIOUS attitudes for receptionist type work in college setting. Flexible hours, part or full time, male or female. Call Alan, 967-3308. business opportunities OWN YOUR OWN APPAREL OR SHOE STORE, CHOOSE FROM; JEANSPORTSWEAR, LADIE'S. MEN'S, CHILDRENMATERNITY, LARGE SIZES, PETITE, DANCE WEARAEROBIC, BRIDAL, LINGERIE OR ACCESSORIES STORE. ADD COLOR ANALYSIS. BRAND NAMES: LIZ CLAIBORNE, HEALTHTEX, CHAUS, LEE, ST MI-CHELE, FORENZA, BUGLE BOY, LEVI, CAMP BEVERLY HILLS, ORGANICALLY GROWN, LUCIA, O- VER 2000 OTHERS. OR $13.99 ONE PRICE DESIGNER, MULTI TIER PRICING DISCOUNT OR FAMILY SHOE STORE. RETAIL PRICES UNBELIEVABLE FOR TOP QUALITY SHOES NORMALLY PRICED FROM $19. TO $60. OVER 250 BRANDS 2600 STYLES. $18,900 TO $29,900: INVENTORY, TRAINING. FIXTURES. AIRFARE, GRAND OPENING, ETC. CAN O-PEN 15 DAYS. MR. SCHNEIDER (612) 888-1009. summer jobs SUMMER EMPLOYMENT IN CHAPEL HILL Lifeguards needed. Current Red Cross Certification a must. Contact Campus numbers as follows: 4 pm-7 pm, 933-1867 (JilO; 7 pm-9 pm, 933-3325 (Laura) EARN $4000 $ 10,000 THIS SUMMER IN ALASKA - The Harvard Student Guide to Summer Jobs in Alaska." Send $7.95 to Crimson Press, 1953 Massachusetts Ave., P.O. Box 558, Cambridge, Ma. 02140. SUMMER JOBS. Earn $7,500 in fifteen weeks. Also win scholarships and trips. Find out about this opportunity at 5:00 pm March 27, Room 209 Hanes HalL . child care LOCAL ATTORNEY needs warm, enthusiastic and responsible student with own car to provide after-school child care and car pooling for 2 happy, active elementary school children. Approximately 3-5, M-F. Possibility of expansion to full-time mother's helper for part of June and July and part-time again next year for the right student. $4.00hr. Please call 942-6745. 6-10 pm. RELIABLE NON-SMOKER WANTED to care part-time for two small children in exchange for room, board, and salary. Some experience with small children required. Must have own transportation. Summer employment possible, as is non-live-in arrangement. Call 1-493-4889 or 1-683-1204. RESPONSIBLE PERSON needed to pick up two boys from daycare M-F 5:30-7:30. Own transportation. References. Call 489-1506 Woodcroft area. WANTED: Sitter for 2-year-old for 1 or 2 evenings per week. Must have own transportation. References preferred. Call 968-4716. wanted VISITING ATTORNEY with one year clerkship beginning late summer seeks 3-4 bedroom home in Chapel Hill area. CaB Jack or Carin Fernandez (607) 272-0525 (collect). WANTED: ALL Comic books, Baseball Cards. Especially want collections of old andor investment quality material. Have $10,000 plus to spend. Don't sell without my quote, 1-584-5548. for sale FOR SALE: Lowrey Genius G80 61, note full size keys, 10 keyboard voices, style cartridges, and special FX bar. Price negotiable at $800.00. Can Stuart, 933-4986. GIBSON BASS AND RICKENBACKERAMP for sale. Excellent for beginner. Call Layton at 967-3992. Leave message. LIVING IN AN APARTMENT NEXT SEMESTER and need furniture??? We have NEW sofas and loveseats at the absolute lowest prices. 25 different styles. No one beats our prices, 933-3859. PIONEER SPEAKERS: Dual mid-range, dual tweeter, 12" woofer. lOOw. Sounds great. 24 34" x 16 12". Walnut cabinets, wood lattice front. New around $675. Asking $150. 489-6034, (machine). REFRIGERATOR, larger than standard dorm size, lots more room. Approximately 2x2 cubic feet. On door: egg holder and 2 condiment shelves, small freezer, 2 12 shelves at bottom. $75. 929-2179, Sonya. SUNFISH SAILBOAT AND TRAILER, Beautiful wood BUNK BED, (free mattresses), bumper-mount BIKE RACK, and 1987 250 NINJA with only 2,600 miles. Call 942-4321, night. WATERBED, long, wooden frame. Complete with sheets and pillows: $90. 967-3236 or 962-1916. wheels for sale '89 RED TOMOS MOPED -- TWO MONTHS OLD. GREAT CONDITION. ONLY 240 MILES. ASKING $450 OR BEST OFFER. CALL RICH AT 933-3425. 1970 FORD MAVERICK. 160.000 miles, runs well. Stereo taperadio. $250 or best offer. 967-3236 or 967-1916. 1985 NISSAN MAXIMA: Silver, 56,000 miles. Loaded, Sunroof, new Kleber tires, excellent condition! $8900 neg. Call John at 929-3750. FOR SALE HONDA MOPED. Runs good, low miles. $300. Call Jim at 942-0879, leave message. FOR SALE-Blue 1982 Chevrolet Citation, four doors with automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, clean, air, V6 engine, good mileage. Price $2000. Call 962-0064.933O497. IS IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 THROUGH THE U.S. GOVERNMENT? Get the facts today! CaO J-312-742-1142 Ext. 5263. MUST SELL! 1983 OLDS ELTA '88. Excellent condition, AC Book value - $4650, my price $2300. That's right, a HALF-PRICE car! Don't miss this chance. 1-584-5548. RED MEN'S 10-SPEED NISHIKI BIKE, $120 or best offer. 13 inch Sony color TV with remote, $130 or best offer. Call 962-1841 or 929-7518. tickets DEAD TICKETS NEEDED: I have excellent Pittsburgh tickets to trade for Friday night Greensboro tickets. (202) 387-2939. Ask for Greg. DEAD TICKETS NEEDED! WiD trade amazing seats (Two for each night) for both Pittsburgh shows for the same combination of Greensboro Tickets! Call Collect: 802-459-2788. DEAD TICKETS NEEDED: I have excellent Pittsburgh tickets to trade for Fri. night Greensboro tickets. (202) 387-2939. Ask for Greg. : DEAD TIX: Need 2 Louisville. KY tickets. Have both nights Greensboi ro and Qnndnnatti. Trade only. 929 4885. ; DESPERATELY SEEKING DEAD TICKETS for Friday 331. Will pay al' most anything. Call 942-4354 and leave message. DESPERATELY NEED TWO REM TICKETS. Will pay TOP DOLLAR for any seats. If you can help, call 933-6186. PLEASE' - GREAT REM TICKETS. Call Tom between 7 and 9 pm at 933-2445. Best offer. REGIONAL B BALL TICKETS, Lex., KY. (606) 276-1825. real estate EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY All real estate advertising in this newspaper is' subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination." This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby Wormed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equaf opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination, call HUD toll-free at 1-800424-8590. BETTER THAN CHANCELLOR SQUARE. Two bedroom condominiums on Church St., starting at $72,500. Excellent owner financing available. For information, call John Goddin, at Chapel Hill Realty, 942-4149 or 929-6058. CHANCELLOR SQUARE, 2 bedroom, 2 bath townhouse, easy walk to campus or downtown shopping. All appliances Including washerdryer. Only $79,000. Call Mike Beam. Chapel HiB Realty. 942-4149 or 929-2299. MILLCREEK CONDO: FOR SALE BY OWNER. Attractively furnished for four. $76,000 furnished. $79,000 unfurnished. Call collect (704) 892-3940 after 6 pm. WOULDN'T YOU REALLY RATHER LIVE at Mill Creek? 2 Bedroom. 2 Bath units with all appliances. Walk to campus. Attractive 95 financing, from $78,000. Call Mike Beam, Chapel Hin Realty, 942-4149 or 929-2299. for rent 2 BEDROOM DOWNTOWN TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT. Call Joe, 609-683-4247. '.. APT. FOR RENT-Summer sessions. Fully furnished. Two bedrooms. Call 968-7679 after 5. MILLCREEK CONDO: FOR RENT: for 4 non-smoking people. Attractively furnished. Washerdryer, dish washer, cable, 2 Bdr., 2 bth, pool, tennis courts, walk to campus. Call 9674)974. RENT IN CHARLOTTE THIS SUMMER. Two bedroom house available May 14 while owner in Europe. Ideal for grads working or studying in Charlotte. Utilities and phone connected. $550month plus utilities, (704)567-6103. 2 BR CONDO, COMPLETELY FURNISHED, dishes, pots, pans, iron, the works! 1.5 miles to campus. Level bike ride. $450. CaU 851-7045 collect, or leave message. rooms available ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR SUMMER andor FallSpring. Own bedroom in 3 -bedroom Bolinwood Apts. $167mo. plus 13 utilities. Call Chris or Darren at 942-3792. Non-smokers only! ROOMMATE(S) WANTED: Own room $178month, share room, $89month. Summer andor fall. Pool, weight room, J bus. Call Cind-y. Rose. Stacey 968-8240. ROOMMATES WANTED for 2 bedroom furnished condo 4 miles from UNC. 2 12 baths, kitchen, living room, pool, bus service, tennis courts. CaH Durham, 489-8747. ; SUMMER HOUSING AVAILABLE at the TEP House. Low cost, and u-tilities and furniture included in rent. Call Paul at 967-4059 or 968-9007 (leave message). ATTENTION DECEMBER '89 Graduates: Share Foxcroft Apartment fall semester next year. Rent $155, 13 utilities. Call 942-7124, ask for Greta. CHANCELLOR SQUARE: Two roommates needed to share my beautiful, fully-furnished condo next year, wd, cable and best location in Chapel Hill. $300mo. Call Michelle, 942-5524. FREE ROOM andor salary in trade for SUMMER care of cool 10-yr-old boy. Free pool, tennis, etc. Hours negotiable. No nerds please. H929-2658, leave message.

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