Fountainhead, January 6, 1977






Serving the campus
community for 51 years,
with a circulation of
8,500. This issue is 20
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Fountainhead
ON THE INSIDE
Pirates break skid p. 20
Women drop 3 p. 20
A llmans Mediocre p. 19
East Carolina University
Greenville, North Carolina
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Sigma Nus return and hold major posts
By NEIL SESSOMS
Co-News Editor
Sigma Nu fraternity was barred from ECU seven
years ago fa excessive socializing, but now it is once
again alive and prominent here and its brothers fill
some of the most important and prestigious
positions on campus.
Members of the fraternity hold such posts as
SGA president, Student Union president, speaker of
the legislature, Student Union board of directors
chairmanship, appropriations committee chairman-
ship, and legislative positions.
"They were raising hell and drinking too much
beer explained fraternity Commander Michael
Cunningham.
Cunningham said the fraternity's national office
found the previous chapter here incapable of
operating and revoked its charter.
He added that the first chapter had discontinued
its chapter meetings and were sponsoring no social
or service functions. It was put on one year of
probation in 1967.
"The administration was getting complaints
from other Greeks and it worked with the national
officer to jerk the charter said Cunningham.
According to Cunningham, Sigma Nus national
organization sent consultants to ECU in December,
1974. and January, 1975 to determine if there
existed adequate interest to reorganize a chapter
here.
The local organization operated as a colony fa
one year and received its charter in March, 1976.
Ricky Price, a Sigma Nu and speaker of the
legislature, said he does not believe the fraternity
TIM SULLIVAN
BARRY ROBINSON
CRAIG HALES
Fountainhead File Photos)
has all that much power in student affairs at ECU
"The fraternity does not have any power. In-
dividuals are in office by virtue of election and the
fraternity has nothing to do with the office replied
Price.
SGA President Tim Sullivan, also a Sigma Nu
brother, refused to comment.
Cunningham emphatically denied any care-
latiai between Sigma Nu and SGA business.
"SGA business is not brought into the house to
be discussed as brothers said Cunningham. "If
the brothers discuss it, it is done as individuals
"Brothers who are not involved in student
government don't discuss student government
activities added Vice-Commander David Dulin.
Barry Robinsoi, Student Union president, also
denied that Sigma Nu played any part in student
government.
Despite numerous official policy disagreements,
Robinson denied that the relationship between he
and Tim Sullivan as fraternity brothers had been
seriously damaged by student politics.
"We'vedoie pretty well said Robinson. "We
try not to say anything to upset each other in social
situations. We get along pretty well
Craig Hales, chairman of the appropriations
committee, indicated that brothers don't get
involved with Sigma Nu through student govern-
ment.
"I was in SGA befae I ever heard of Sigma Nu,
and it's the same with Price and Sullivan Hales
stated.
Whatever the relationship between the fraternity
and its brothers' activities in student affairs, it is
clear that Sigma Nu is once again alive and
prominent at ECU.
Mayor Cox to review and
modify police search methods
THE OLD laundry & power plant will both soon be leveled.
Photo by Russ Pogue
By ROBERT SWAIM
Staff Writer
Greenville Maya Percy Cox
stated he plans to review and
modify methods used by the
Greenville Police in conducting
room searches on the ECU
campus.
"I am sure that they (police)
do get rowdy and tear up the
rooms sometimes, and there is no
reason fa this said Cox.
"They are not to patrol the
campus said Cox. "There is na
supposed to be a blue and white
on campus
When Cox was told the police
had kicked down a student's doa
in one of the searches, he stated,
"That will cease. If they're going
to go in and tear up a room, then
they're going to fix it back like it
was
Cox said that he plans to meet
with the chief of police, city
manager, Joe Calder, chief of
campus security, and the SGA
president.
Aocading to Cox, the Green-
ville Police are not supposed to
come on the ECU campus unless
requested to do so by Joe Calder.
GREENVILLE MAYOR Percy Cox announced he will look into
methods used in dorm searches. Fountainhead file photo)
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SNEA Meeting Sierra Club Film
SNEA meeting Jan. 12, Wed.
at 730 p.m. in the Multipurpose
Room in Mendenhall.
FG
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Film Festival WRC Meets
This Sunday at 4:00 the Films
Committee is presenting the
comedy film festival. It wiil
feature 2 Woody Allen features,
"Everything You Always Wanted
to Know About Sex, but Were
Afraid to Ask and "Love and
Death Also Peter Sellers hit, "I
Love You, Alice B. Toklas It
starts at 4.00 at Mendenhall and
shows will run at 4:00, 6.00 and
9.00. Bringn ID & Activity Card.
Don't forget-Mel Brook's "Young
Frankensteinthis Friday & Sat.
Read the January Entertainer
Women's Resident Council
held the first meeting of the year
at 5:00 on Tues Jan. 4th in
Mendenhall Student Center.
Greg Pingston, guest speaker,
discussed alternative proposals
concerning the Buccaneer to be
presented to the SGA Appropria-
tions Committee. Other items on
the agenda were last minute
details about the WRC and dorm
fund-raising project of selling
portraits, the WRC sponsored
scholarships and Committee Re-
ports. The next meeting will be
held on Tues Jan. 18th at 5.00.
What does "FG" mean??
"FG" stands fa the Forever
Generation, an ECU campus
organization that meets weekly
for a time of Christ-centered
Christian fellowship. Our meet-
ings include a study or challenge
from God's Word, singing, fel-
lowship and prayer.
Why not take a break this
Friday night, and join us at 730
in Mendenhall 244?
Law Society
ECU LawSociety meeting Jan.
6 Thur. 221 Mendenhall 7.O0.
Scholarships BookRe�iew Law
WRC is sponsoring two $200
scholarships: one to an in-state
female student and one to an
out-of-state female student. The
scholarships will be awarded on
the basis of: scholastic achieve-
ment, need and contributions to
ECU. A 2.5 minimum average is
required. The in-state scholarship
is named after Ruth A. White and
the out-of-state scholarship is
named after Dean Carolyn Ful-
ghum. Applications are available
in the R.A's and the counselor's
offices in the women's dorms
Deadline for returning applica-
tions is January 31, 1977. The
scholarships will be presented on
Tuesday, February 15th.
PC A Test
The Pharmacy College Admis-
sion Test will be offered at East
Carolina University on Saturday,
February 12, 1977. Application
blanks are to be oompleted and
mailed to PCAT, The Psycholo-
gical Corporation, P.O. Box 3540,
Grand Central Station, New York,
New York 10017 to arrive by
January 22, 1977. Applications
may be obtained from the Testing
Center, Rooms 105-106, Speight
Building, East Carolina Univer-
sity.
ACT Test
The ACT Assessment will be
offered at East Carolina Univer-
sity on Saturday, February 5,
1977. Application blanks are to be
oompleted and mailed to ACT,
P.O. Box 414, Iowa City, Iowa
52240 to arrive by January 10,
1977. Applications may be obtain-
ed from the Testing Center,
Rooms, 105-106, Speight Build-
ing, East Carolina University.
Acct. Society
Accounting Society Dinner
meeting at Bonanza 264 By-Pass
5 30 Monday, January 10th.
Life after Life, the best seller
by former ECU philosophy pro-
fessor Ray Moody, will be review-
ed at the Unitarian-Universalist
(U-U) meeting Sunday noon at the
First Federal building on the
bypass at Granville Drive. D.D.
Gross, presently a professor in
the same department, will review
the book.
Model UN
There will be a model United
Nations meeting held in Brewster
C wing, room 101 at 730 p.m.
This is a very important meeting
and all members should attend.
Portraits
WRC is sponsoring a portrait-
taking session for anyone who is
interested. In order to have an 8 X
10 oolor portrait made, a certifi-
cate must be purchased for $4.00.
These certificates may be pur-
chased in the R.A's offioes in
every women's dorms until Jan-
uary 21st. The dates for picture
taking are January 11,12, 24 and
25 at the Tri-Sigma Music Room
on 5th St. The time allotments are
from 11am to 7pm for single
poses and from 7pm to 9pm for
group poses on each day.
Annuals
Annuals may be picked up
next week in the Buc office from
1-4 p.m. Students must show I.D.
and activity cards. This is the last
time that you can get your
annual!
Legislators
There are positions open as
Legislators in the dams of Tyler,
White & Aycock. Those interes-
ted can file in the SGA Office,
Mendenhall 228. A meeting will
be held next week fa saeening.
Don Wright alumni UNC,
Central & Duke presently practi-
cing in Goldsbao featured speak-
er. Anyone interested in law
school a law weloome.
Applications
Applications to take civil
service tests fa summer employ-
ment must be postmarked no
later than January 13, 1977. No
applications will be accepted after
Jan. 13, 1977. The test is
scheduled fa sanetime during
Feb. 1977. Cane by the Co-opera-
tive education office in 313 Rawl
today and get your application.
Foreign Study
Are you intaested in the
problems of faeign students at
ECU, and in foreign study
programs offered by ECU ?
Would you be interested in
waking ai such projects?
If so, come by the SGA office,
228 Mendenhall, between 9-5
Monday thru Wednesday, Jan.
10-12 and fill out an application.
Rifle Team
All persons interested in join-
ing the rifle team should meet in
room 145, Mingeson Jan. 10th at
7O0p.m.
Roxy Auditions
Auditions will be held at the
Roxy Theatre at 629 Albemarle
St. fa parts in the upcoming play,
"The American Dream" by
Edward Albee. We also need
stage hands and costume de-
signers. Auditions are 730 p.m
Jan. 7. Fa further info call the
Roxy at 758-9911 a Soott Johnson
at 758-1043.
Sara Club's group meeting
will be a timely program presen-
ted by Richard Bden on "Cold
Weatha Survival including a
film. The meeting is Monday,
Jan. 10th, at 8 p.m. in the First
Presbytaian Church, 14th & Elm
Sts. Greenville.
Maja Bden is in charge of
Survival Training at Chary Point
Marine Base and has a wealth of
outdoa expaienoe in eastern
N.C. This should be valuable
preparation fa winta outings.
The public is invited & welcome.
SGA Openings
Legislata positions are open
fa day students. Those inta-
ested can file in Mendenhall 228,
the SGA offioe, any day this
week. A saeenings meeting will
be next week.
Travel Adventure Film Saies
Thursday, Jan. 6, 1977, 8:00 p.m.
Ken Richla presents "Gamany
Key to Europe ECU students
ID and Activity Cards.
Dinner
DINNER ANYONE? Why not
spend one evening enjoying good
food, candlelight and music
When: Wednesday Jan. 12, 6:30
p.m. Whae: HE 121 (Dining
Room) Givai by the SDA Prioe:
$3.00 per person. Fa Whan:
Anyate.
Tickets may be purchased
frcm Bevaly Sanges at 758-9301
and Cathy Sandas at 758-9401
and Donna Hall.
Seminar
Comedy
On Friday and Saturday, Jan.
7 and 8, the Films Committee of
the Student Union will present
"Young Frankenstein If you
liked "Blazing Saddles you'll
love "Young Frankenstein
Mel Brooks' talent ovaflows
in this classic. Hilariously funny
Admission: ID and Activity Card,
presented in Mendenhall Student
Theata, shows at 7.00 and 9.O0
p.m.
Ski Trip
PRC Ski Trip meeting will be
held Wednesday, Jan. 12 at 7.00
in the PRC Building. All those
planning to go must attend. The
trip is the weekend of Jan. 29.
Call 758-2159 if you have any
questions. You don't have to be a
PRC maja to go. Bring a $5
deposit.
Keith Holmes, section head in
the Analytical Development De-
partment, Burroughs Welcome
Co will present a seminar on
"Practical Applications of HPLC
in Pharmaceutical Analysis" on
Jan. 7,1977 at 2:00 p.m. in room
201 Flanagan Building.
Refreshments will be served
in the coifaence rcan at 3.00
p.m.
Talent Needed
Guitarists and singers,
musicians of all sats needed fa
Sunday Mass oi campus. If you
can help, come to the Biology
auditorium at 11:00 a.m. on
Sunday. Fa furtha infamatiai,
call 752-4043.
Semester Info.
Fountainhead will print next
Tuesday infamatiai concaning
course requirements unda the
semesta system which will begin
in the fall. The Provost's offioe
urges all students who will be
attending ECU next year to retain
this infamatiai fa future refa-
ence.
Gamma Beta NTE Exam
Gamma Beta Phi, savice to
education hona society, will hold
its meeting Jan. 6 at 7:00, room
244 Mendenhall. All members
are urged to attend as this
meeting is to plan activities fa
the second half of the year. Bring
your ideas and come to the
meeting.
Bahai Assoc.
If you would like to chat
about the United Nations and to
view a flick about one of its
services in South America en-
titled "One and One-half
Dreams" come to the Bahai
Association gathering Thursday
evening at 730 in room 238
Mendenhall, and there will be
interesting folks to answer your
questions about Bahai a U.N.
The National Teacha Exam-
inations (NTE) will be given at
ECU on Feb. 19, 1977.
Bulletins of Infamatiai de-
scribing registration procedures
and containing registration fams
may be obtained from the Testing
Center, Rooms 105-106, ECU,
Speight Building, a directly fran
the National Teacher Exami-
nations, Educational Testing Ser-
vice, Box 911, Prinoeton, N.J.
08540.
GPC Meets
During January and February
the Greenville Peace Committee
will meet on Thursday instead of
Wednesday. The GPC meets
weekly at noon at 610 S. Elm
Street.
Anyone intaested in these
areas is invited to attend this
Thursday noon and any Thursday
in January a February.





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(6)
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115 INTRO JOURN (MTTh 10:00) (3)
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2UB ADV REPORTING (M 2:00; Th 1:00-3:00) (3)
215 COPY EDIT 4 MAKEUP (MWTh 3:00) (3)
315 PRESS 5 SOCIETY (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
316 LEGAL PROGRAMS (MWTh 11:00) (3)
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EHLT (Environmental Health)
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222 SANITARY ANAL (MWF 11:00) (-)
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360 EHLT INTERNSHIP (TBA) (7)
360b EHLT INTERNSHIP (TBA) (7)
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216 ADV ORAL & WRIT COMP (MWF 12:00)
2W SPAN-AMER WRITERS (MWF 11:00) (3!
360 SPANISH THEATER (MWF 1:00) (3)
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Chapter X
'NOSTALGIA MONTH'
WATCH FOR OUR CALENDAR OF EVENTS
DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY
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night.
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ITAL (Italian, see Foreign Languages
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372CONCERT CHOIR (MTWTh 2:00) (1)
47?CONCERT CHOIR (MTWTh 2:00) (1)
73UNIVERSITY CHORALE (MTWTh 12:00) (1)
173UNIVERSITY CHORALE (MTWTh 17:00) (1)
273JNIVERSITY CHORALE (MTHTh 12:00) (1)
373UNIVERSITY CHORALE (MTHTh 17:00) (1)
75MEN'S GLEE CLUB (MTTh 1:00) (1)
175MEN'S GLEE CLUB (MTTh 1:00) (1)
275MEN'S GLEE CLUB (MTTh 1:00) (1)
375MEN'S GLEE CLUB (MTTh 1:00) (1)
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176WOMENS CHORUS (MW 3:00) (1)
276WOMENS CHORUS (MW 3:00) (1)
376WOMENS CHORUS (MW 3:00) (1)
77W3MENS GLEE CLUB (MWF 17:00) (1)
177W'JMENS GLEE CLUB (MWF 17:00) (1)
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137B4CHAMBER MUSIC (TBA) (1)
787B4CHAMBER MUSIC (TBA) (1)
387B4CHAMBER MUSIC (TBA) (1)
87C1CHAMBER MUSIC (TTh 2:00) (1)
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LEARNING (MWF 11:00) (3)
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ADOLESCENCE (MTWF 9:00) (4)
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428 SOMATOPSYCHOLOGY (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
461 DIRECTED READINGS (TBA) (3)
465 REHAB EVALUATION (Th 6:009:00) (3)
469 LAWS 4 REGULATIONS (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
471 SUPER PRAC COUNS (TBA) (3)
472 SEMINAR IN R C (MW 10:00-11:30) (3)
478 REHAB OF BLIND (TTh 10:00-11:30) (3)
480a INTERNSHIP (TBA) (3)
480b INTERNSHIP (TBA) (3)
480c INTERNSHIP (TBA) (3)
480o INTERNSHIP (TBA) (3)
489a PROB 4 RESEARCH (TBA) (3)
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499a THESIS (TBA) (3)
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Pieces together Algonquian past
ECU professor collects N.C. indian bones
By LARRY UEBERMAN
Staff Writer
The eerie feeling of intruding
into the sanctitude of Indian
antiquity overwhelms the person
who wanders into the bone-
duttered archaeology lab at ECU.
Dr. David S. Phelps, ECU
archaeologist, has amassed a
large colled ion of bones from
prehistoric N.C. Indians.
The archaeology program at
ECU, headed by Phelps, is taking
on an awesome task. It istrying to
put together the prehistoric
Indian past of ooastai N.C.
N.C. is unique in that three
major language families of
Indians lives in the state, accord-
ing to Phelps. They were the
Algonquians, the Iroquoians, and
the Sioxan.
Phelps is putting together the
Algonquian past in N.C. by
digging up the skeletal remains
and artifads for analysis.
"The Algonquian oolledion of
skeletal material at ECU is
probably comparable to the
Smithsonian's said Phelps.
The Tuscaroras, an Iroquian
tribe, are also a subject of ECU
research. The Algonquians were
a ooastai people. They ranged
from the Neuse River northward
to Canada.
The Tuscaroras were located
Alumni selects
Exellent Teachers
DR. H. FRANCES DANIELS
Two ECU faculty members,
Dr. H. Frances Daniels and Dr.
Everett C. Simpson, were honor-
ed in December as recipients of
the 1975-76 Teacher Excellence
awards.
The awards, each carrying an
unrestnded $500 stipend, are
awarded annually by the ECU
Alumni Association in the names
of distinguished ECU alumni,
R.L. (Roddy) Jones of Raleigh
and Robert and Lina Mays of
Greensboro. The awards were
established to recognize out-
standing teaching by ECU faculty
in undergraduate instrudion dur-
ing the academic year.
Recipients are chosen by an
Irstrudional Survey Committee
which surveys students, faculty
and administrators and uses other
criteria.
Dr. Daniels is a professor of
business education and office
administration in the ECU School
of Technology, and Dr. Simpson
is a professor in the Department
of Biology.
An ECU alumna, Dr. Daniels
holds advanced degrees from
Columbia and Tennessee Univer-
sities and has done additional
tfudy at Indiana University.
She is adive in many pro-
aonal and honorary organi-
4
DR. EVERETT C. SIMPSON
honor society in which she has
held three national offices, and
the N.C. Business Education
Association, of which she is a past
vice president.
Previous awards include
dtations in several honors di-
redories and a $2,500 dodoral
scholarship given by the N.C.
chapters of Delta Kappa Gamma.
Dr. Daniels is a native of
Arapahoe in Pamlioo County.
Dr. Simpson holds degrees
from Washington State, Okla-
homa State and Kentucky Uni-
versities, and taught at Memphis
State University before joining
the ECU biology faculty. He is a
native of Maysville, N.C.
Simpson has done research at
N.C. State and Iowa State Uni-
versities and received funding
from the National Science
Foundation for a two-year study
of sex hormones. His spedal
research interest is endocrino-
logy.
Among his published research
reports are art ides in " Journal of
Animal Sdence" and "Archives
of Otolaryngology an AM A
specialty journal. Dr. Simpson is
a member of the American
Genetics Assodation, the Ameri-
can Institute of Biological
Sdences and Sigma Xi honor
sodety.
on the ooastai plains and into the
piedmont. In the N.C. mountains
are the Cherokees who are also
Iroquoian.
Phelps is in the process of
excavating four mass burial sites
(ossuaries) at four different
places along ooastai N.C.
In Chowan County, the capital
dty of the Chowanoke tribe is
being excavated. In Date County
the Hatteras tribe's capital is
being excavated. In Carteret
County, the Neusiok tribal capital
is being excavated. And in
Currituck County, there is an
ossuary being studied whose tribe
is unknown.
An ossuary is a mass burial
site. This type of burial was
typical of the Algonquians and
some Iroquoians.
When persons of the tribe
died, their bodies were placed on
a scaffold so that the body would
decay and leave only the skeleton.
After enough skeletons were
accumulated (bet ween 30 and 60),
a pit was dug and the bones were
placed into it. If some of the
skeletons still had flesh on them
at the burial time it was scraped
off. Marks of scraping can be
seen on skulls in the lab.
'The Algonquians are in-
teresting because the average
height of the male was six feet
said Phelps. This was unusually
tall for American Indians.
"The Greenville area, the Tar
and Neuse river drainage, is
interesting because it is the
borderline between Mid-Atlantic
and Southeastern culture areas
Northern Tuscarora territory
included Raleigh, Smithfield,
Goldsboro, Wilson, Rocky Mount,
Tarboro, Greenville, and Kinston.
The first Indian reservation in
N.C. was established fa the
Algonquian Chowanokes in 1675.
It was in the Roanoke-Chowan
area.
Since the Algonquian tribes
were the first to make oontad
with the white man, they were the
first to faoe cultural extindion. By
1715 the white man had almost
completely eliminated the Algon-
quians, through disease (small
pox, measles, the common oold)
and war
The Tuscaroras were more
fierce and more unified than the
Algonquians and in 1711 they
started the Tuscarora War. They
slaughtered many colonists in an
initial surprise attack but were
beaten by 1715. They were also
put on a reservation.
But by the late 1800's, the land
grabbing oolonists forced them to
move to the New York jroquois
reservation.
Phelps said he has several
goals for his program. He wants
to develop a base of information
on the distribution of ooloniaJ and
pre-historic people.
Also he wants to aid in gaining
an understanding of Algonquian
and Tuscarora culture i the late
pre-historic period.
The accumulation of excellent
cultural materials for a future
museum display is another im-
portant goal.
ECU also does much contrad
service work. Before an area of
land can be developed,
archaeological statement must
say whether the land has any
artifads in it. The ECU archaeo-
logy school does this for many
companies.
"Our oontrad service is seen
as a public service and we try to
take on as many as we can said
Phelps.
Contrads are invaluable aids
to student training and it helps
students get jobs because of this
training.
People are welcome to oome
over to look at the work of the lab
even though it is not set up as a
museum yet said Phelps.
DR. DAVID S. PHELPS shows part of his N.C. Indian skeleton
collection. Photo by Brian Stotler
Sierra Club discusses future
phosphate mining impact
By JO ELLEN Rl VENBA RK
Staff Writer
The environmental impad of
future phosphate mining in the
Pamlico River Basin was discus-
sed in a Sierra Club meeting on
Dec. 13, at 8 p.m. in the
Greenville First Presbyterian
Church.
Speaker induded Rusty Walk-
er and Phil Hdz from Nortn
Carolina Phosphate Corporation,
(NCPC) Dick Millet and Ray
Hinkle from Woodward-Clyde
Assodates, Dr. Stan Riggs from
the ECU Geology Department,
and Doug Nelson who represen-
ted the environmentalist's view-
point.
A crowd of approximately 50
people viewed a film supplied by
NCPC in which NCPCs efforts to
minimize the effeds of the mine
on the environment were presen-
ted.
Induded in their presentation
were topographical maps and a
discussion of the Environmental
Impact Statement which will
come before public hearing on
Wednesday, Dec. 15, at 7;30 p.m.
at Washington High School.
If it is approved in the public
hearing, the phosphate projed
will begin in Aurora, North
Carolina.
It will oover 750 square miles
and mine 4 million tons of
phosphate per year.
Located in a very important
area for wildlife, the question of
the amount of damage the
preparation and operation of such
a plant wil' do, such as the effed
of dredging a creek for a barge
canal, is important.
The Sierra Club which is a
branch of the national dub that
has been instrumental in many
cases helping the environment,
sponsors many outings.
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6 JANUARY 1977 FOUNTAINHEAD Page 19
Capsule reviews
Would you believe
byPATCOYLE
New Year seems old hat
ByPATCOYLE
Trends Editor
One of the most complicated (and important) decisions we make
during the holiday season, and indeed during the whole year, is what to
do New Year's Eve.
"Ringing out the old, and ringing in the new" has taken on great
meaning, and the way in which we do all of this "ringing" can really
have an effect on our mood, our personality, even on the way the New
Year goes.
As a veteran of many unsatisfactory New Year's Eve parties, and
also of a few nights spent with Mom, Dad, and Guy Lombardo (yawn),
I am graphically aware of the disasters that are sometimes labeled New
Year's celebrations.
Take fa example the typical big, gala party. For some reason,
many people feel the need to dress up for these affairs. The average
person arrives, dressed in their one formal outfit (which is too tight
because of holiday indulgence). You immediately scan the room,
looking desperately fa someone you know. Mae often than na, there
are precious few acquaintances in attendance, and those you do know
are na usually your favaite people.
Nevertheless, if you do spa a familiar face, you edge over, dig out
your most social smile, and plunge into a conversation The only
problem is; what do you talk about? You can't talk about the job, as you
don't wak together. You can't gossip about people, as you probably
don't share any friends. You can't even talk about how great a lousy
the party is, as you're na sure you know the host, and he may be
standing next to you.
The next thing one would probably do is either settle into a secure
caner with your date, a (if you have no date) survey the situation
looking fa a potential oonpanion. It's na so much that you must have
oompanionship from the opposite sex in ader to fit in. In fad, you are
very possibly the type who is usually happier ooming to a party stag.
The simple fact is that on New Year's Eve, nahing is wase than
having no oie to kiss at M idnight (people have gaten married fa less
valid reasons).
Now no party would be legitimate without a table full of festive
foods, and New Year's is certainly no exoeption. So you next encounter
a huge selection of such delectable things as stale paato chips,
hardening dip, and sane atrocious-looking cake, usually with the icing
dyed pink.
You don't really want the food - you've been gaging yourself ever
since Thanksgiving, and have probably purchased enough Alka Seltzer
to make the Pacific Ocean go plop-plop, fizz-fizz. You eat anyway, if fa
no a her reasai than having something to do.
Drinking runs on the same wavelength as eating. You have had so
much alcohol in the past several weeks that you are afraid to light a
match while exhaling, but you drink anyway - fa two reasons. First
everyone else is already soused. Second, only a loser drinks straight
ginger ale on New Year's Eve.
Finally, the party isover. Midniqht has come, and found you either
kissing Aunt Arriet's husband's 35-year-old niece, a standing aloie.
You then either go home alone, a spend two-hours extricating yourself
from Aunt Harriet's husband's 35-vear-old niece. You drive home.
terrified that sane perceptive patrolman will notioe your weaving car.
When you finally get home (if you do) you climb into bed, try to ignae
the room spinning, and fall asleep, probably lost in fitful dreams of
pink cakes.
You wake up several hours later, feeling as if you've been run
over and through, by the wald's laigest freight train. You spend the
entire first day of the year cursing your overindulgence and swearing
that NEXT New Year's Eve, you'll stay at home and watch Guy
Lombardo.
After all, what's so different about New Year's Eve? Shouldn't a
quiet glass of champagne be sufficient? Why do we all put ourselves
through this masochism?
The answer is two-fold. First, New Year's Eve parties are a
tradition, and we hate to give up traditions. Seoond, and most
impatant, comes on the first day back to class a wak, when you can
proudly say, "What did I do New Year's? Oh boy, was it ever wild
Allmans seem mediocre
on 'Wipe the windows
By THOMAS SMITH
Staff Writer
Wipe the Windows, Check the
Oil, Dollar Gas, the latest and
probably the last album by the
Allman Brahers Band is much
like the album befae it, Win,
Lose, or Draw. It is a fairly good
album; fa anyone except the
Allman Brahers. It simply lacks
the vitality and musicianship
displayed on earlier Allman
Brahers productions.
The two-record set is a
collection of tunes recaded live
over a three-year period. The
album oovers perfamances at the
Warehouse in New Orleans on
New Year's Eve, 1972, the
Summer Jam oonoert at Watkins
Glen, New Yak, in 1973, Winter-
land in San Francisco in 1973, and
the 1975 tour. There are live
versions of tunes from every
previous Allman Brahers album.
The album has several faults,
some technical, ahers due to
musicianship. Several of the cuts
are poaly recaded. They have a
far away quality, sometimes
sounding "mono" instead of
stereo. After hearing the quality
of live recadings in recent years,
it is difficult to believe that a
better job could na have been
doie.
As far as the musicianship,
there are a couple of let-downs.
They go by the names of Richard
Bettsand Greg Allman. Bah put
on relatively weak perfamances.
Though Greg has never had a
truly great voice, in the past, it
has been adequate. Now it seems
that he strains mae to produce
less. The years of stress and
turmoil may have taken their toll.
Dicky's guitar wak lacks a
true professional quality. He
often seems tired and finds it
difficult to make the proper finger
placement to get the sound he
wants. Strangely, as some of the
tunes near the middle, he warms
up and finishes the number fairly
strong.
The remainder of the group is
as strong as ever. Jaimoe,
Butch, Chuck, and Lamar fam
the bedrock of the Allman
Brahers' sound and still retain
some of the quality of past Allman
Brahers" perfamances.
The best track on the album is
the latest rendition of "In
Memay of Elizabeth Reed In
this seventeen-minute, twenty-
one-seoond version, the group
oomes together taally to produce
a sound that oomes near to that of
the long james on the Filmore
East album. It is a different
interpretation of the old standard
that waksvery well.
After being treated to the
great sound of the Allman
Brahers live ai the Filmore East
and Eat a Peach albums, this
album leaves sanething to be
desired. It lacks something in-
tangible; perhaps the spirit of
Duane and Berry. Fa any of us
old Allman Brahers freaks, it is a
good purchase only to dose out
our collections; and to mark the
end of an era.
"Boston"
Boston, the first release by the
group of the same name, is a fine
album. The music is smoah,
sophisticated and heavy. Their
sound is well-structured and
controlled, much different from a
great deal of heavy rock-and-roll
in its early stages.
The group's music is de-
ceptively simple. One listens to
the album fa the first time and
gets the feeling that it would be
easy to duplicate. But, after
listening to the album in depth,
all of the subtle mechanics of the
sound become apparent. The
blend of vocals and instrumenta-
tion form a unique, organic
whae. Though it is heavy rock,
there is na a constant repeating
of the same rhythm. Neither is
Boston's music a copy of what
someone else is doing, unlike
much of the music heard today.
There is a sense of maion, of
being brought to a new destina-
tion at the end of each song.
Unlike many debut albums,
this one is na dependent ai one
a two tracks to car ry the rest of a
mediocre collection. All of the
tunes are of top professional
quality.
The group has given itself a
difficult task fa the future. It will
be hard to come back with a
second album as excellent as this
one. If Boston's future efforts
follow the same path as this first
album, the group may count on a
bright and long future in the
music wald.
"It Looks Like Snow"
Phoebe Snow has already
produced two excellent albums;
Phoebe Snow, and Seoond Child-
hood. On bah, Ms. Snow ex-
hibited her super talent as
musician, vocalist and song-
writer.
Her third release It Looks
Like Snow, is of equal a greater
quality to these previous pro-
ductions. On this album, we hear
ier move easily through several
different types of music. It is
amazing how oomfortable she
seems to be with each type.
The album is a blend of jazz,
blues, progressive rock, and a
little soul. Each tune na only
changes in style, but also changes
the mood of the album. Some
songs, like "Stand Up On The
Rock have a happy, lighthead-
ed quality that makes the listener
feel really good. Others are much
deeper, thought provoking, and
moving; such as her version of
Lennon and McCartney's "Don't
Let Me Down Still others
display a "down to earth" rock
style. Each is an example of Ms.
Snow's versatility.
It Looks Like Snow again
exemplifies the talent that has
brought Phoebe Snow waid-wide
recognition over a brief period of
time. It is the third album of what
we hope will be a long, mema-
able career.
IF YOUR BREA TH reminded you of these poor
creatures New Year's morning, you must have really
enjoyed that wonderful, gala New Year's Eve party
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Break three game skid
Cagers top Wildcats
Page 20
6 JANUARY 1977
TY ED WARDS right puts in two of his career-high 13 points in
76-65 win over New Hampshire Tuesday night. Photo by Dave Davis.
Lady Pirates
lose fourth
By STEVE WHEELER
Sports Editor
East Carolina's women's bas-
ketball team dropped three
games during the Christmas
holidays to run their losing streak
to four.
On Dec. 18, the Lady Pirates
hosted Division 1 rival Appala-
chian State and came out on the
short end of a 98-73 shellacking.
In the Carolina Christmas Classic
Dec. 21-23, the Lady Pirates
played the Lady Apps much
better in the opening round
before succumbing 88-80.
Western Carolina then beat
the women by a 79-75 count, the
second time this season they have
bested the Pirates.
ECU lost to the Mountaineers
through turnovers mce than
anything else. The Lady Pirates
outshot ASU from the field 43.5
percent to 42.3 percent, and made
more free throws (13-10). But the
Lady Apps committed just 13
turnovers to 37 fa the Pirates.
The score was 48-41 at the half
but the Mountaineers outscored
the Pirates 50-32 in the second
half to ice the game. ASU was led
by their center, Mary Frosch, who
had 24 points. She also had 12
rebounds in the contest.
East Carolina was led by
Debbie Freeman's 23 points and
19 rebounds while Ftosie Thomp-
son had 19 points and 13 pulls.
The Mountaineers were the
Lady Pirates next opponent in the
Christmas Classic and the Lady
Apps found themselves in a much
tougher game than before. East
Carolina led at the half by a 48-40
count but Appalachian State came
back in the second half to
outscore the Pirates by 48-32 to
take the victory.
The Bucettes cut their turn-
overs down to 21 in the game but
were out-rebounded 61-52 by
ASU. Thompson led ECU with 27
points while Gale Kerbaugh
added 17 and Freeman 16.
Freshman center Linda McClellan
added 14.
Freeman had 15 rebounds
while Thompson picked off 13.
Frosch again led the Moun-
taineers with 31 points while
Almond added 14. Frosch also
had 18 rebounds.
Against Western Carolina, the
Lady Pirates stayed with the Cats
all the way, bowing by a mere
four points. Western led at the
half by a 38-35 count and
outscored the Bucettes by just a
point in the second stanza.
Freeman led ECU in scoring
with 22 points while Thompson
added 16, McClellan 15 and
Kerbaugh 13. The Lady Pirates
outrebounded the Cats 61-52 as
Freeman had 19 and McClellan
ten.
Jayne Arledge led the Lady
Cats with 23 while Brenda
Johnson added 20 and Janet
White 18. Johnson also pulled
down 19 rebounds.
ECU will play again next
Tuesday as they travel to Chapel
Hill to face powerful North
Carolina.
By STEVE WHEELER
Sports Editor
East Carolina's basketball
team returned home from a
�disastrous road trip Tuesday and
broke a three-game losing streak
by disposing of New Hampshire,
76-65, in Minges Coliseum before
2,000 fans.
"I'm very happy to get back
on that left side of the won-lost
ledger head coach Dave Pattern
said following the game. "We
looked very good in spots tonight,
ragged in others. We've got to
overcome these lapses to be a
good team
The Pirates used different
presses during the game. Patten
said he wanted to "get our team
to cause the action. We've been
very passive. The press creates
action
The Pirates led by as much as
17 in the ballgame but could
never break it wide open. "We
had our chances to run away with
the game but we lacked some-
thing said Patton.
Jim Ramsey led the Pirates in
scoring with 16 while Larry Hunt
pdded 14 and Ty Edwards 13.
Herb Gray dropped in iotomake
double figures also fa tne Bucs.
Hunt grabbed nine rebounds and
Edwards eight as the Pirates
out-rebounded the Wildcats 41-
31.
Edwards' play drew praise
from Patton. Edwards started his
first game ever fa the Pirates and
scaed a career-high 13 points
and pulled eight rebounds.
"Ty certainly played well
tonight. Like I said befae, Ty's
ga all the teds to be a top playa;
tonight was witness to that. When
Greg (Canelius) was oonfined to
the infirmary earlier in the week
with a virus, Ty was faced to
start and he responded well. He
really wanted to do well tonight
The 6-11 sophomae center
was a crowd pleaser all night.
"Maybe this gave me the confi-
dence I needed Edwards said
following the game. "When Greg
got sick, I had to start. I really
wanted to do well
Keith Dickson led the Wild-
cats with 18 points while Peter
Laskaris added 16.
The Pirates three-game losing
streak started at The Citadel as
the Bulldogs registered a 70-62
upset over the Pirates. It was the
first time in seven starts the
Bulldogs have topped the Bucs.
The Citadel used fine bench
perfamances by Dale French,
Jchn Rodgers, and David Pender-
graft to succumb the Pirates. The
trio came off the bench to scae
16, eight, and eight, respectively
to lead the Bulldogs. Rick Swing
added 15 while Robert Hoak
added 10 in the win fa The
Citadel.
Players that have been doing
ndhing have come up against us
and looked like all-Americans"
Patton said following the game.
"Their reserves have been play-
ing vay little this year and they
look like superstars against us
Herb Krusen led the Pirates
with 14 points, all in the first half.
Krusen was six fa eight in the
first half but went just oie fa 11
in the secaid half. Jim Ramsey
added 11 while Dai Whitaker put
in 10.
Against Duke, in the first
night of the Holiday Doublehead-
ers in Raleigh, the Pirates ran up
against Billy the Kid and King
Kong in the same game. The Blue
Devils' Tate Armstrong played
the role of Billy the Kid as he hit
on 12 of 21 shds from the field
with Louis Crosby covering him
like a blanket. King Kong was
played by the Devils' Mike
Gminski, a 17-year old, baby
faced freshman that stands 6-11
and weighs a whopping 265
pounds. Gminski, although
having the King Kong size, sha
about as well as Armstrong.
The Blue Devils won the game
88-65, out-scoring the Pirates
18-0 in a seven-minute stretch in
the second half. Armstrong ended
up with 26 while Gminski had 22.
Hunt led the Pirates with 17
and Crosby 14.
The game with State was a
fiasco in the first half as the
Wdfpack stretched a 21-18 lead
to a 52-26 half time lead after
Hunt went to the bench with his
third foul midway in the half.
State opened the lead to 33 in the
seoond half befae the Pirates
closed the lead down to the final
margin of 23(92-69).
Ramsey, a freshman from
Cary, led the Pirates with 20
points on nine of 14 shas from
the field.
"The second half against
State gave our guys a different
outlook about themselves and
their team Patton said. "They
are now oonfident of what they
are doing, of what we have been
practicing all season. They know
now that they can play and
compete if they play as they know
how, and if they execute well
"We found out we haven't
been playing with enough inten-
sity said Patton. "State and
Duke, playing against lesser
competition played with intensity
and didn' t let up. We have to play
with more intensity, like we did in
the second half against State
The Pirates will travel to
Richmond Saturday and try to up
their record above the .500
plateau. They stand now 5-5 fa
the seasai.
Pirate wrestlers face
tough weekend schedule
Caning off a good showing in
the Wilkes Open wrestling tour-
nament, East Carolina's wrest-
ling team faces a three-match
series at home in the next week
that would have any ooach pulling
his hair. Unfatunately, fa Pirate
ooach John Wei ban, there's not
much left to pull.
"There's no doubt we have
our biggest home match in the
school's history when Lehigh
comes here Saturday night
Wei ban said. "They are con-
sistantly in the top four a five
teams in the country, have won a
national title and have produoed
many national champs. They
were fifth in the NCAA last year
and currently rank fifth this
year
But befae Welban can wary
about Lehigh, he must get his
dub ready fa West Chester
State, another national news
maker, coming to Minges
Coliseum tonight. "West Chester
is always a good rivalry fa us,
and fatunately, we have never
lost to them. Their ooach, Milt
Collier, is an alumnus of East
Carolina and he would like
nothing better than to beat us.
Thisisour first maja challenge of
the year and should be an evenly
matched affair
Following those two matches,
the Pirates will host Wilkes
College on Monday. Wilkes is yet
another tough national team this
year.
The Pirates are coming off a
fine third place finish in the
Wilkes Open, considered the
"Rose Bowl of Wrestling Paul
Osman won an individual
championship at 134 while Phil
Mueller, after reaching the finals,
had to settle fa seoond place on
default due to injury.
"We made one of our finest
showings ever at the Wilkes
Open Welban added. "Osman
is the first champion we've had
there since 1972.
"So far, I think our team has
done an adequate job with the
material we have. We are
plagued with nagging injuries,
although nothing serious. I would
say we are about on schedule, but
with the upcoming schedule, we
definitely need to be at full
strength, instead of having these
injuries
Welban commented ai the
schedule. "We are going to have
to have the full support of
students and fans for these
matches to come out on top. All
three of these teams are real
tough. In addition to Lehigh's
national prominence, Wilkes has
finished first a secaid in Division
2 fa the past five years and
moved up to Division 1 just this
year. And West Chester is always
one of our toughest matches every
year
Mueller, who suffered a knee
injury in the Wilkes tournament,
is expected to start fa these
matches. "Phil'sknee is getting
better Welban went on. "He
should be alright
The Pirates stand 3-0 in dual
meets fa the seasai.





Title
Fountainhead, January 6, 1977
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East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
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January 06, 1977
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