The East Carolinian, October 11, 1979






"Were It left to me to decide
whether we should have a
government without news-
papers or newspapers without
government, I should not
hesitate a moment to prefer
the latter.
The East Carolinian
If you have a story idea, a
tip, or a lead, please
telephone us:
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Vol. 54 No.&
18 pages today
Thursday, October 11,1979
Greenville, N.C.
Circulation 10,000
,
Rebel' awarded
The East Carolina Uni-
versity chapter of the
Society for Collegiate Jour-
nalists has just been
informed that the Rebel,
ECU literary magazine, has
tied for second place in the
1979 national contest. No
first place award was given
in the competition. Tieing
Investigation
continues
From Staff Reports
The investigation into
the disappearance and sub-
sequent distribution of a
letter from former SGA
President Tim Sullivan to
Brett Melvin, current SGA
president, has slowed down
but has not stopped,
according to Drake Mann,
SGA attorney general.
Randy Ingram, attorney
general for the summer,
said that due to the
- reening and subsequent
naming of Mann to the
post, the investigation has
been delayed but is almost
complete.
The investigation centers
around the distribution of a
personal letter from Sullivan
to Melvin. Another letter
which accompanied the
copies questioned several
comments made by Sulli-
van.
When asked whether
charges would be filed out
of the attorney general's
office, Mann replied "It
depends on what our
findings reveal
"We will not press
charges with the inform-
ation we have now said
Mann. Ingram said that
before charges will be filed,
the report will be turned
over to the person who
ordered the investigation,
Brett Melvin.
It was Ingram's opinion
that charges would not be
filed until after Melvin had
seen a copy of the report.
It has not been revealed
how the letter leaked to
board of trustee members,
high-ranking administrative
officials and The East
Carolinian.
Fraternity party ends in tragedy
with ECU was the Review,
published by students at the
College of William and
Mary.
Each year the fraternity
encourages chapters to sub-
mit their publications for
judging in national competi-
tion. This year's magazine
judge was Dr. Frazer
Meiman, emeritius profes-
sor of English at William
and Mary and currently
visiting professor at Doshi-
sha University, Kyoto,
Japan.
Dr. Neiman's comments
included the following:
"These two publications
stand out above the rest.
Among art contributions,
the Rebel exhibits a much
greater variety of media,
has a larger number of
arresting photographs and
makes wide use of color. In
format, the Rebel consider-
ably outdistances the Re-
view. Its design is more
interesting, its reproduc-
tions better, its use of color
adds flair
Editor of the 1978-79
Rebel was Luke Whisnant.
Associate editors were Ka-
ren Brock, Renee Dixon and
Robert Jones. Colleen Flynn
is editor this year.
The magazine has been
named All-American for the
past two years by Associ-
ated Collegiate Press.
ECU's, The
competition.
Rebel, tied with William and Mary's Review for second place in national
Honors courses vary
This Spring the Fresh-
manSophomore Honors
Seminar program at East
Carolina will offer superior
students their choice of two
seminars for credit towards
General Education require-
ments.
Students describe shootings
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By JIM WALSER
Charlotte Observer
Columbia Bureau
COLUMBIA, S.C. -
Eighteen-year-old Randy
McCray fidgeted in a
Baptist Hospital bed, picked
at his barbequed chicken
lunch and recalled the
moment Friday midnight
when a bullet shattered his
right leg.
"I saw a flash and
turned around and saw a
glimpse of someone with a
gun out of the corner of my
eye McCray remembered.
"I tried to run right
then, but I felt something in
my leg and made about four
or five steps before I fell
down. I crawled across the
dance floor. It was total
panic. I grabbed somebody
and told them to get me out
of there. I didn't want to
get shot at no more
Two University of South
Carolina (USC) students,
senior Terrell Johnson and
freshman Pat McGinty,
were killed in the shooting
spree, which began at a
fraternity party at Bates
House West dormitory.
Five other students �
McCray, freshman David
Simmons, freshman Mike
Lawyer and senior William
Langston, all of USC, and
junior John Aiken of nearby
Allen University � were
wounded.
Police charged Mark
Houston, 18, a USC junior
from Columbia, with the
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Otatrver Mae ty GilORGE BfttlSACHER
VSC campus where the shootings
seven shootings.
Lawyer and Langston
have been released from the
hospital, but Aiken remain-
ed in serious condition
Monday. Simmons, who
was shot in the neck, and
McCray were in Baptist
Hospital in satisfactory con-
dition.
According to authorities,
a gunman entered the
fraternity homecoming
dance and opened fire with
a .32-caliber pistol, then
continued shooting outside
on a pedestrian walkway.
"I just never thought
anything like this could
happen at the school
McCray said. "That's why I
went to USC
McCray, like Simmons,
is an art student. He
commutes daily from his
home in Salters, S.C, 80
miles away, and came to
the party alone in his
brother-in-law's car. He
came to meet some people.
He heard three or four
shots before he felt the
bullet shatter the bone in
the upper portion of his
right leg.
"It was crazy said
McCray, who faces six
weeks in the hospital. "It
took me a while to realize it
was a gun. Why would
anyone have a gun at
school?
"They took me into a
back room and started
telling me to be calm. A
little while later, I heard
some more shots. I thought
he was coming back. I
didn't learn until later that
he shot someone outside
McGinty and Aiken were
shot in the back on the
walkway as the gunman
fled.
McGinty, a gifted stud-
dent-athlete at Salesianum
High in Wilmington, Del
won an academic scholar-
ship to USC. He also was
contemplating trying out for
the basketball team after
receiving all-conference ci-
tations in high school.
"He'd thought about
Notre Dame and a couple of
other places so he could get
away from the North and
see what the world was
like said James Feeley, a
student friend from Dover,
Del.
"I live in Bates House
and I'd invited him up to a
party on the 10th floor. I
kind of lost him and I guess
he wandered out of the
party. He was apparently
walking back to his room
when he was shot
Johnson, a music stu-
dent who had given up his
final year in the USC
marching band to concen-
trate on gaining admission
to law school next year, was
killed inside the social room
in the first splay of bullets.
Johnson was treasurer of
Kappa Alpha Psi, a pre-
dominantly black fraternity.
Simmons arrived at the
party about 10 p.m. with
friends, and was thinking of
joining the fraternity later.
Then the shooting began. A
bullet punctured a muscle
in the back of his neck,
sending him sprawling to
the floor along with every-
one else.
HSEM 2050
Drs. Karen Baldwin and
Marie Farr will moderate
HSEM 2050, a seminar
concerned with the stages
of change in our lives and
how they are made "safe"
for us by our societal rituals
and celebrations. The sem-
inar will touch on literature,
art, film, folklore and
anthropology and will offer
Nph�i ' �� iiilit towards
the General Education re-
quirement in literature.
HSEM 2040
Drs. Hal Daniel and
Ernest Marshall will lead
HSEM 2040, a seminar in
the uniquely human event
of thought in its relationship
to language, mind and
brain. It will include
discussion of the evolution
of language and the rela-
tionship between mind and
body. Students earn three
hours credit towards the
General Education require-
ment in either humanities
or fine arts.
All four instructors are
eminently qualified to con-
duct these multi-discipline
seminars. Both Farr and
Daniel have in recent years
been the recipients of
Outstanding Teacher Award.
The seminars are or-
dinarily open by invitation
only to underclassmen who
have College Board scores
above 1200 andor who
have made the All A List or
Dean's List. Other inter-
ested students, however,
may petition for admission
by seeing Dr. David San-
ders, program coordinator,
in Austin 117 or by
contacting one of the
instructors of the seminars.
Enrollment in each is
limited to twenty students.
Both seminars meet Tues-
days from 7-9 p.m.
Campus crime
By LARRY GRAHAM
Staff Writer
The peak months for crime at ECU are September and
October, according to Lt. John Rose of the campus police
department.
Last month there was a rash of hubcap and expensive
wheel cover thefts.
Most of the larcenies occurred in the freshman parking
lots at 14th and Elm, 14th and Berkely and 3rd and Reade
Streets.
Several cars have been broken into to get at tape
players and stereos this month.
A $370 cassette deck was stolen from a Fiat, and $500
worth of damage was done.
In-dash stereo sets are just as susceptible to theft as
those mounted under the dash, according to Rose. Rose
also said that tape decks and stereos are still fair game,
but wheel covers have become the main objects of larceny.
Dorm rooms have also been the target of burglary and
theft.
A lock was picked in order to gain entry to a room in
Jones dorm. Stereo equipment stolen amounted to $600.00.
In another dorm, $300 worth of clothing was taken.
One dorm room was broken into and ransacked, but
nothing was stolen.
Bicycles are also disappearing. Eight bikes have been
stolen from the back of Jones in the past week. Cheap
locks and cables contribute to the problem.
Traffic signs have been taken as well, either for a
practical joke or just to use as room decorations.
The large amount of theft is not unusual for this time of
year, but the problem could be reduced in severity if
students would co-operate with the police.
Rose suggested some common sense ideas, such a
always locking your car and dorm room. Do not hide the
key in any usual place; burglars know them all.
Rose also pointed out that many of the cars broken into
had been left unattended for a few days. Regularly
checking on a vehicle in a freshman parking lot is
essential.
Wheel covers, especially the expensive ones, should be
removed and kept in a safe place. Also, etching drivers
license numbers on the back of the covers is helpful.
The drivers license numbers are used because they are
listed in a police computer, making it easier to find
information on the real owner.
Sgt. R. J. Gilbert is going around to all of the dorms
this week engraving students' possessions if they wish to
have it done.
If you would like more information on how to lessen the
crime problem in your dorm, call the police department at
ECU, and ask to set up an appointment with Sgt Lynn,
Singleton. Singleton runs a crime prevention program for
students.
An effective "Community Watch" is instrumental in
alleviating the present crime situation. One such watch in
Jones dorm has already been successful.
Rose again stressed the importance of students
cooperating with the police. "We can only do so much
without the public helping us he said.
New procedures postponed
Weather
Temperatures in eastern
North Carolina dropped as
much as 30 degrees in five
hours yesterday as a drizzly
cold front pushed its way to
the coast.
According to Craig
Weber, weatherman of
WCTI-TV in New Bern, the
front will be slow in passing
but should eventually bring
clearer skies.
Weber said that tem-
peratures in the 40's are
expected for Thursday
night, and that the cooler
trend should continue into
the next few days. How-
ever, sunnier skies are
expected as the high
pressure cell behind the
front reaches our area
sometime Friday.
The same front has
caused up to a foot of snow
in the mountainous regions
of Virginia and East Vir
ginia.
By TERRY GRAY
Assistant News Editor
New pre-registration
procedures that were sup-
posed to go into effect next
week have been postponed
until the next pre-registra-
tion period, ECU Registrar
Gil Moore said Wednesday.
The new system, based
on a computer called the
Optical Mark Reader, would
have eliminated the need
for the computer cards that
are currently in use.
According to Moore, the
postponement is due to
problems in getting the type
of paper needed for the
computer system.
"We were working un-
der a very tight time
schedule for delivery, but
our supplier just couldn't
get it to us in time. There
are only two vendors in the
country that supply this
type of paper Moore said.
Moore added that the
delay will have no effect on
pre-registration procedures
next week.
When the new system
goes into effect in the
spring, students will bypass
the use of course cards.
Instead, they will fill out
their entire schedules on a
computer sheet to be
processed by the Optical
Mark Reader.
Innovations in pre registration proceedures should cut the
long lines that students endure every semester.





Page 2 THE EAST CAROLINIAN 11 October 1979
WNCT's Christopherson claims
editorials lowest TV consideration
Oldest black fraternity speaks
Hn RICHARD GREEN
Managing Editor
rhej ut think of it as
tething thrv have to do
t the FCC
to Ira Baker's
g class last
stophersen
rials are the
-nit-ration" at
ville.
worked
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station
d, but
worn it
advertisers will be offended.
"Every decision is made
on how much money comes
in he said. Financial
considerations affect edi-
torial policy more acutely at
smaller stations than larger
ones, according to Chris-
tophersen.
Editorials would tend to
"come down on" govern-
ments before businesses,
especially potential adver-
tisers.
WNCT does have a type
of editorial show on Satur-
days with Dr. John P. East
and Janis Faulkner.
Christophersen said that
television news is "just a
headline service with a few
features. We do stories on
subjects which affect
viewers to get their atten-
tion
Christophersen is dis-
enchanted with much of the
network programming. "I
don't watch television out-
side the control room
Symposium soon
B terry gray
Assistant ews Editor
Two-hundred dollars in
prize money will be award-
ed this year in the Phi
Kappa Phi Student Writing
Competition, according to
Jerry Tester of the Phi
Kappa Phi Symposium
Committee.
The writing competition
is part of the Fifth Annual
Phi Kappa Phi Symposium,
which in previous years has
addressed such contempor-
ary issues as world hunger
and the energy crisis. The
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PARTY HEARTY at the
ECl-Carolina game And
let us do the driving! A
chartered bu will take you
from Greenville to the gates
of Keanan Stadium and
back again all for $6.00.
Limited number of seats, so
make your reservations
NOW Call 752-2476 or
752-8025.
ANTED: Persons playing
homemade instruments es-
iall washboard and
spoons players to play in
ECl Folk Festival Nov. 3rd.
ntact Lin: 758-9368 or Dr.
Paul Dowell: 756-1036.
LOST at Cultural Center. A
beige tote bag and pocket-
book. If found, contact
Melinda Richardson 758-
8471.
TYPING DONE: Term pa-
pers. Resumes, Thesis, Etc.
Reasonable. Call: Jane Pol-
lock at 752-9719.
1L1.NG RACING CREW
wanted. Local Pamlico ra-
No pay. Tony:
752-
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THREE FEMALE ROOM-
MATES needed to share
apt. at Riverbluff. Rent is
$52.50 per month, plus
utilities and phone. Call
758-5823.
FEMALE TO SHARE spa-
cious country home. 6 miles
from campus. $62.50 per
month plus 12 utilities.
Call 756-5671.
FURNISHED ROOM for one
female in house on N.
Charles St. Rent $85. Phone
758-7010.
ROOM FOR RENT: Males
only; Graduate student pre-
ferred. Phone 753-4530.
Student Union
Travel Committee
Hurry and sign up for
the New York trip!
Nov. 21 - 25.
$80 pays for transportation
and accomadations.
Deadline is Monday
Oct. 15th
theme for this year's
symposium, to be held Feb.
20-21, 1980, will be "Qual-
ity in Higher Education
Students who are inter-
ested in joining the compe-
tition should submit a 3-4
page abstract of an idea for
an essay dealing with some
aspect of quality in higher
education. Winners will be
judged on the basis of this
preliminary abstract and
must then write a more
formal paper.
A prize of $100 will be
awarded to each of the two
best entries in the competi-
tion. The winning entry will
then be presented by the
author to the symposium
and will be published in the
symposium's proceedings.
Entries will be judged
for creative approach, con-
structive ideas offered and
overall quality. The deadline
for submitting the abstract
is Nov. 15, 1979, and all
entries should be sent to
Dr. Fred Broadhurst at the
School of Technology via
campus mail.
Interested students can
contact Jerry Tester in
Room 127 Flanagan building
for further information and
a list of suggested essay
ideas.
Alpha Phi Alpha Frater-
nity Inc the first and
largest black letter Greek
organization, began as the
idea of seven black men at
Cornell University, in Dec-
ember of 1906. These men
started a movement that
has progressed to a multi-
racial fraternity with 545
college and alumni chapters
located throughout the li-
nked States, Europe, Africa
and the Virgin Islands.
Alpha has dedicated
itself to the goals of
scholarship, leadership and
uplifting mankind through
service. Alpha's first major
nationwide project, in 1920,
was aimed at encouraging
and assisting young blacks
in continuing their educa-
tion.
Alpha members haw
Correction
In an article on Birth
Control, printed in the Oct.
9 issue of The East
Carolinian, the time listed
for the showing of the film
was given as a time on
Tuesdays and Thursdays
The film is presented on
Wednesdays only. Wo re-
gret the error.
distinguished themselves in
many fields. Some members
involved in civil rights
included lh Martin Luther
King Jr W E B DuBois,
Dick Gregoi y, Paul Robe
sou. Jessie and
Adam Clayton Powell.
A Iphamen have a
been 'firl ol all in
politics The firsl black to
i �( eive a major ambas-
sadorship, And t oung,
ami the only black to serve
in the Senate inc Re on
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a viable factor within the
Greenville community and
Pitt County in general.
Fraternity activities have
included a fund-raising
drive, lood for the poor and
blood pressure screening
Another important activit)
is the scholarship awarded
i � r vear to an academic-
alls outstanding freshman
student.
Alpha Phi Alpha is
placing great emphasis on
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the future and hopes
itlj expand its rol
order to better serve
bod) ami the community
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Bike show
11 October 1979 THE EAST CAROLINIAN Page 3
Bike �how will be held
ECU News Bureau
GREENVILLE � A spe-
cial bicycle exhibition, RIDE
ON organized and circu-
lated by the Smithsonian
Institution Traveling Exhi-
bition Service, will be on
display at East Carolina
University Oct. 15-Nov. 1.
The exhibition may be
viewed in ECU's Menden-
hall Student Center on
weekday and weekend days
and evenings.
Grouped into historical
periods, RIDE ON! provides
the visitor with an overview
of the world of bikes.
Pictures and actual bicycles
borrowed from local busi-
nesses and individuals will
be included.
Among the highlights
featured in the show will be
Greek news
Homecoming festivities
By RICKI JLIARMIS
Staff Wr:er
Homecoming can he a
hectic time I yea or
fraternities j id sj roritiea.
There are always Heats o
complete at the ln-t rr
banners to make au
remake, house oecorauons
to assemble and ham
biscuits to stuff.
Homecoming is also a
time to enjoy. It's a time to
see old friends, make new
ones, meet parents, wear
corsages and new clothes
and sit back, and see all of
your accomplishments of
the last week's work.
So, happy Homecoming
to all Greeks, hoping that
this year's "Touch of
Magic" will i ach each and
every one of you this
weekend!
AnnouiK � rents
� The Alpha i's had a
very success fir' b g Brother
Rush and e� Looking
forward to a p iuctive year
with a fantastic group of
new brothers.
�Congratulations to
Claire Bevill for becoming
vice president of Junior
Panhellenic.
� The Alpha Phi's e-
lected Karen Jones to
represent them in Home-
coming and wish her luck.
� The Alpha Phi's are
also looking forward to
building their float with the
Sigma Tau Gamma's.
� The Tri Sigmas won
their first play-off game
against the Delta Zeta's
Tuesday. They will play the
Alpha Xi Delta's Thursday
afternoon.
� The Sigmas also took
first place in the team golf
competition sponsored by
the Intramural Department.
� The Sigmas are busy
now planning for their
Parents Day which is to be
held on Saturday. There will
be a brunch after watching
the parade. Tri Sigs are also
in the midst of planning
their annual pie throw and
winter pledge formal.
� The Delta Zeta's are
proud to announce the
initiation of seven new
sisters.
� The Delta Zeta's will
be having their Founder's
Day on Oct. 20 in Kinston,
N.C.
� The Alpha Pi Pledge
class of Chi Omega had a
successful happy hour on
Oct. 2. The winter pledge
class presented their pledge
project to the sisters on
Saturday morning.
� The Chi Omegas are
looking forward to their
Homecoming Brunch on
Saturday. Many alumnae
will be coming for the
brunch.
� Best Sister and Best
Pledge awards were pre-
sented on Tuesday night by
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the velocipedes and "high-
wheelers" of the 1980's (the
Golden Age of bicycling)
and the earlier model
"safety bikes those with
chain-drive to the rear axle.
"Bicycles are outselling
automobiles and money is
being legislated for building
bikeways said an exhi-
bition spokesman.
"Interest in bicycles has
existed over 100 years, but
the bicycle is just beginning
to come into its own. The
energy crunch has hit, and
the bicycle is part of the
country's transportation re-
volution
Call Red Cross now
for a blood donor
appointment.
PHI KAPPA TAU I
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N.C. No. 3 1 Nightclub
the Chi Omega's. Congratu-
lations to Challis Bandy for
Best Pledge and Laura
Hubbard for' Best Sister.
� The Phi Tau's are
looking forward to the
return of many alumni this
weekend. In preparation,
last Saturday a work-day
was held to clean up the
house.
� Homecoming festivities
will begin at the Phi Tau
house on Friday evening
with a "War Stories" party.
On Saturday, following the
Homecoming Parade and
ballgame the Phi Tau's will
be having a dinner for their
alumni and families. Fol-
lowing the dinner there will
be a band party, featuring
Talk of the Town.
� On Sunday morning,
Phi Tau Alumni and their
wives will be able to speak
farewells, as th� Beta ip
Lambda Pledge class will be
having a breakfast in their
honor.
HOMECOMING
WEEKEND
from
Indianapolis Indiana
Little Sister
RUSH
0KT Fraternity would like to
extend an open invitation to all
interested young ladies, and
encourage you to attend.
coming next
Wed. & Thurs.
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JOB
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job with flexible hours
and real business
experience? Northwest
Mutual Life Ins. Co.
ias openings for college
genU Qajl before noon
of appoi,ftnenfe��?�
752-4080
Mon. Oct. 15
8:30 �KT House
(409 Elizabeth St.)
Tues. Oct. 16 8:30
Golden Sunshine with the
Phi Taus at the Elbo Room
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Thursday, October 11,1979,
Page 4 Greenville, N. C.
Be careful with alcohol
Homecoming will begin in earnest, with
the parade and the football game sure to
attract thousands of loyal Pirates back to
their alma mater. There will be parties to
attend, and new and old friends to see.
We hope that everyone has a
time.
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We also hope that everyone is careful.
Statistics indicate that approximately
half of all highway fatalities involve the
misuse of alcohol. Every home football
game this year has seen injuries from
fights and falls, which are directly caused
by someone having too much to drink.
A lot of football fans have also
witnessed the scene of someone having
more than their share and passing out in
the stands between the bleachers. Too
often, we have seen people laughing at the
unfortunate, unconscious person as she or
he struggles to regain their consciousness,
flailing their arms around them and trying
to sit down on the bleacher seats again.
Or, we have seen ambulances haul
students away to hospitals, with broken
noses or bad cuts where they have become
a little too belligerent to the wrong person
at the wrong time.
Campus Police Chief Francis Eddings
tells us that the display of alcoholic
beverages at any sporting event is strictly
prohibited by state law. The police can ask
you to take the alcohol back to your car, or
they can confiscate it. You can even' be
arrested for having it on your person.
We realize it is unrealistic to expect
everyone to abstain from drinking during
the Homecoming game. We can offer a few
suggestions for those who wish to drink
responsibly:
�Don't drink more than your limit. In
short, be moderate.
�If you see someone else in trouble
stop and try to help them out. Be willing
yourself to walk away from a potential
fight.
�If you are going to drink, try to be part
of a big group. Appoint one person in the
group to drive, and make sure that that
person stays sober. If you are drunk, don't
drive. Take a cab home, or ride with a
friend.
�Don't be short with those of us who
prefer not to drink. Non drinkers have the
same rights as the rest of us.
In other words, be careful. It will reflect
well on you, and on the school, and it
mignt just save your life.
JACK ANDERSON
WEEKLY SPECIAL
Mme. Pinochet:
Another Evita?
By Jack Anderson
and Joe Spear
WASHINGTON Shake-
speare's Lady Macbeth was
conscience-stricken enough
to be guilt-ridden and haunt-
ed by her husband's crimes.
Lucia Pinochet, the wife of
Chile's ruthless military
dictator, apparently has no
such qualms.
On a recent secret shop-
ping trip to Washington,
DC, Madame Pinochet
ensconced herself and her
entourage at one of the
city's most lavish luxury
hotels. She callously took
her ease less than two blocks
from the spot where on Sept.
21, 1976, killer agents in the
pay of her husband set off a
car bomb and murdered
Orlando Letelier, a freedom-
loving refugee foe of the
Chilean regime. A young
American co-worker of
Letelier's, Ronni Moffitt,
also died in the explosion
that was heard even in the
quiet confines of the Embas-
sy Row Hotel.
An American, Michael
Townley, and three right-
wing Cuban refugees were
convicted of the murders. A
U.S. grand jury also indicted
three of Gen. Pinochet's top
secret police henchmen on
charges of having instigated
the monstrous crime.
Less than three years
after the political assassina-
tion, Lucia Pinochet swept
into the Embasssy Row with
her daughter, her son-in-law,
a personal secretary and six
bodyguards. They took over
nearly an entire floor of the
swank hotel for a week's
stay while the general's wife
and daughter indulged them-
selves in a shopping spree.
The hotel tab ran around
$5,000 at least.
Neither the hotel nor the
Chilean embassy would
comment on her visit but
Lucia Pinochet's flying vis-
its to this country are kept
secret for a reason.
Her brutal dictator
husband, Augusto Pinochet,
has been trying to improve
his image of late in the face
of charges that DINA, his
secret gestapo, has been tor-
turing political prisoners
and repressing the Chilean
people with iron-fisted
tyranny. He's pronounced
some economic reforms in
hope of arresting the fer-
ment of the poor in his coun-
try and allaying the odium
he's held in by almost every
government abroad.
In the Pinochet govern-
ment, his wife has been cast
in the role of an Evita
Peron, wife of the World
War II fascist Argentine
strongman who curried
favor with the masses while
lapping it up in private luxu-
ry. For home consumption,
Pinochet's wife is shown
modestly dressed, rubbing
elbows with the poor.
Yet last year, Chile's first
lady took a jet flight to New
York City to appease an
appetite for furs, jewelry
and fancy couturier dresses.
She followed it up this year
with the Washington
spendthrift binge.
Her credit rating in the
fashion salons of Connecti-
cut Avenue in Washington
and Fifth Avenue in New
York may have sustained a
fetback, however. Gen.
Pinochet's puppet Supreme
Court in Chile has ruled
against the U.S. demand that
his three cronies be extradit-
ed for trial in this country
for the Letelier murder. The
State Department and Con-
gress are ready to take
retaliatory action. Madame
Pinochet may wind up in
another hotel.
Working Wives: Members
of Congress tried to pussy-
foot on voting themselves a
pay raise. The House and
Senate are at sword's point
over the issue. Balked by the
Senate, the House members
took off on a fall vacation,
leaving thousands of rank-
and-file government work-
ers faced with the prospect
of getting no paychecks in
October.
Nowhere in the acrimoni-
ous debate was there men-
tion that some members of
Congress have working
wives who, as entrepreneurs
in Washington's real estate
boom, are bringing home
paychecks running into thou-
sands of dollars.
Investigation shows that
at least 14 congressional
wives are wheeling and
dealing in the city's real
estate market, the most
inflated in the nation. A
check indicated that they
peddled more than $15.5
million worth of property
last year. The wife of Illinois
Republican Rep. Edward
Derwinski collected com-
missions of more than
$300,000 for selling over $3
million dollars worth of real
estate.
The wives insist they
aren't capitalizing on their
husbands' status but one,
Carolyn Moore, wife of
Louisiana's Republican Rep.
W. Henson Moore, admits
that after last year's con-
gressional election, she got
on the phone to every newly
elected member and offered
to sell them a house.
As Congress wrangled
over hiking its salary to
about $64,000 plus extras,
the average American
family's take-home pay is
roughly $16,000
Operation Housewife: For
morale purposes of Air
Force wives, a North Caroli-
na air base burned up 3,000
gallons of gasoline and paid
out about $1,500 for some
pretty expensive taxis at
taxpayer expense. The pow-
ers that be at Shaw Air
Force base in North Caroli-
na sponsored a wives' day.
Sixteen wives of jet pilots
were selected to hop into the
cockpit of RF-4C planes and
speed down the runway as a
his-and-her experience. A
drag chute brought the air-
craft to a halt and the planes
turned and zipped the wom-
en back to the starting point.
The Air Force defended
Operation Housewife on
grounds that it cut down on
the number of pilots quitting
the service. They argued
that at least four of the hus-
bands whose wives got the
runway joy ride will remain
in service.
The hitch was that
mechanics who work on the
jets wound up miffed. They
claim that they had been
promised a similar ride for
over two years but never got
off the grease pit.
Primate Candidate: What
if a 475-pound gorilla
became president of the
United States? Students
from the Hudson, N.H High
School are gathering signa-
tures to place their local zoo
favorite, Colossus G.
Benson, on the state's presi-
dential ballot next Febru-
ary.
Their slogan is: "If you
elect Benson, nobody's going
to push him around
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Borrow,buy and speculate
By JOHN CUNNIFF
AP Business Analyst
NEW YORK (AP) -
There is a consistent theme
in the messages of those
"how to beat inflation" or
"how to make a million"
advertisements that tease
the economically weary,
wayworn wanderer.
It is: Stop wandering.
Instead, the ads inform,
seize control of events and
beat inflation. Don't accept
5.5 percent; reach instead
for 55 by owning gold or art
or antiques, or by becoming
a landlord.
You don't need money.
The great fortunes of
America were financed by
other peoples' money, by
OPM as they say. But once
you get it protect it; learn
how to pay no taxes.
Borrow, buy, speculate and
shelter.
Dozens of entrepreneurs
are promoting the notion,
offering to sell you their
techniques if you just fill
out the enclosed coupon and
mail it with your check.
You see their ads in
some of America's finest
publications. Why not �
they're legitimate.
They espouse their be-
liefs with religious convic-
tion, and they spread the
word with evangelical zeal.
Save yourself ron financial
despair; get on the side of
truth.
As such they broadcast
the instability of personal
economics today, in which
to save is to lose, to borrow
is to gain, to speculate is
often to be rewarded and to
be smart is to manage
legally to avoid taxes.
Why borrow? Simple.
With family expenses con-
suming so much of your
income, and with inflation
eroding savings, you'll ne-
ver be able to get ahead. To
get ahead you need a
bundle of investment cap-
ital. Borrow it.
Sure, it will cost you
money, but don't forget:
Uncle Sam is your partner.
It means that all the
interest you pay back is
tax-deductible. And you pay
back in cheaper dollars too;
inflation sees to that.
Why buy? Because, say
the entrepreneurs who sell
their techniques, many pur-
chases actually rise in value
at rates faster than infla-
tion. They're more econo-
mically desirable than paper
money. Like gold.
Or, to name another,
like houses. Houses have
been outpacing inflation for
many years.
Is this speculation or
investing?
Letters to the Editor
It is difficult to draw a
line that separates buving.
investing and speculating.
Perhaps the risk-reward
ratio is the best determin-
ant. Buying now involves
limited risk, investing more.
speculation a lot.
Why shelter? Because.
say the mail-order advisers.
Uncle Sam will otherwise
take too much of vour
rewards.
By so doing you have
effectively delayed payment
of taxes. And when you
finally do pay them, on
selling the property, you
will be charged at the
lower, capital-gains taxation
rate.
Even then, the mail
order evangelists point out.
you can escape taxes by
trading for a property of
similar value, which you
then can begin upgrading.
And on and on.
To The Editor:
I would like to comments
on The East Carolinian's
coverage of certain news
items, or in this case the
non-coverage of a note-
worthy news item.
On the weekend of
September 29, the North
Carolina Student Legislature
held its monthly council
meeting at the University of
North Carolina-Wilmington.
This fact in itself is not
necessarily outstanding, but
the particular point is that
East Carolina University is
a member of the N.C.S.L.
and did in fact send a
delegation to this council
meeting. However, by far
the most significant point is
that the East Carolina
delegation, with the strong-
est and largest delegation
present, co-sponsored a
resolution concerning prayer
in the public schools. The
resolution proposed that
"the North Carolina Student
Legislature go on record as
supporting the individual
right to prayer by choice
but opposing any effort to
legalize formal organized
prayer in the public
schools As matter of
record the resolution passed
by a substantial number.
This is a very emotional
issue that should be of
interest and concern to all
students. The North Caro-
lina Student Legislature is
an organization concerned
with the educational value
and experience gained from
its participation in ex-
pressing and best repre-
senting the views of stu-
dents across the state. But
what is more important is
that the N.C.S.L. is working
for the future of North
Carolina. The N.C.S.L. is a
group of students who wish
to help shape their own
future as well as the future
of North Carolina as a state.
It is my belief that the East
Carolina delegation is work-
ing to serve the students
while proceeding to help
build and shape a stronger,
a more prosperous, and a
more progressive state for
all North Carolinians.
It is just unfortunate
that The East Carolinian,
the SGA, and the students
fail to see the significance
of the work by the E.C.U.
delegation in N.C.S.L.
I am not writing for the
North Carolina Student Leg-
islature or the East Carolina
delegation. These are my
personal opinions and do
not necessarily reflect the
views of the N.C.S.L. or the
E.C.U. delegation.
Gary R. Williams
Lett
ers
Letters to the editor are
welcome, however, thev
must contain the name,
address, and I.D. number.
No letters will be printed if
they are not signed in ink
by the person writing the
letter.
Letters must be received
y noon, Mondays and
Wednesdays, at the news-
paper office on the second
floor of the Publications
Building, which is directly
across from Joyner Library.
Letters will be edited for
brevity, libel or obscenity.
The East Carolinian
MANAGING EDITOR
Richard Green
PRODUCTION MANAGER
Anita Lancaster
NEWS EDITOR
ASST. NEWS EDITOR
FEATURES EDITOR
ASST. DIRECTOR OF ADVERTISING
EDITOR
Marc Barnes
DIRECTOR OF ADVERTISING
Robert M. Swaim
Karen Wendt
Terry Gray
Bill Jones
Terry Herndon
ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR
Leigh Coakley
BUSINESS MANAGER
Steve O Geary
SPORTS EDITOR
ASST. SPORTS EDITOR
COPY EDITOR
AD TECH. SUPER.
Charles Chandle.
Jimmy DuPree
�arte Hen 'arson
Paul Lincke
THE EAST CAROLINIAN is the student
newspaper of East Carolina University
sponsored by the Media Board of ECU and
is distributed each Tuesday and Thursday
during the academic year (weekly during the
summer).
Offices are located on the second floor of the
Publications Center (Old South BuiWinoi o.
ma,�ng address ,s: Old South Buiid Ecu
Greenville, NC 27834. ��"amg, ECU,
The phone numbers are. 757 ,
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11 October 1979 THE EAST CAROLINIAN
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The North Carolina Stu-
dent Legislature will meet
tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the
Mendenhall Student Center
Room 221. All members are
to attend this meeting.
Topics to be discussed will
be the Oct. IC to be held at
ECU, also the 1979-80
budget.
kitists
The Radical Artists
Front invites all students
and concerned citizens to a
preconception meeting to be
held on Monday evening
7:00 p.m. The meeting will
cover the creation of a
constitution for the RAF
and the issues discussed
will range from the anti-
nuclear movement, legal-
ization of marijuana, and
alternative theater, to stu-
denl voter registration.
For further information
ntact Don at 752-0790 or
Gan at 758-570.
iiiii
The ECU Department of
Physical Education, Recre-
ation and Safety is offering
two skiing trips dunng the
winter and spring breaks.
January 1-6 students can
go to Snowshoe, West
Virginia, for five nights on
the slopes.
Snowshoe will also be
the goal of students March
9-14.
Costs will be $170.23 in
Januarv and $150.20 in
March.
For more information,
contact Jo Saunders at
Memorial Gym, 757-6000.
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The October meeting of
the Intramural-Recreational
Sports Council will be held
Thurs Oct. 11 in Brewster
C-103. All intramural repre-
sentatives and interested
students should attend.
�M fceta pM
Chi Beta Phi Scientific
Fraternity is meeting Thurs
Oct. 11, 7:30 p.m biology
N102. All science or in-
tended science majors are
welcomed. For more infor-
mation, contact Tom Leech,
president: 758-7493.
Kuril Ism artticpcl�
TV. i n; �rranizational meet-
ingthe Greenville
OfficiaIs Alation will be
heldWed Oct. 17.
1975:30 p.m. The ill take place at
E- -Gvmnasium,
n the meeting
r 1those interested
ciating Junior High,
Grade.and recreational
Basketballare invited to
r- further informa 14.
Il4l
.ring art for
The r. It has been
ned that there will
lie prize money
this year thanks to
The Attic and Jeffery's Beer
and Wine for Budweiser.
Cat gories include'painting,
drawing, �rintmaking, pho-
raphv. and mixed media.
If there are questions,
tttacl Sue AydeJette, art
Director.
A drop-in for journalism
students and journalism
alumni will be held in the
Journalism Lab Saturday
afternoon following the
homecoming football game.
The social will be
sponsored by the Society for
Collegiate Journalists, ac-
cording to Joyce Evans,
president.
Society members, pres-
ent and past, along with
current journalism students
and faculty and publications
staff members are invited,
she said.
ccffeetieu�e
Wesley Center will be
holding a coffeehouse once
a month-starting Nov. 1,
1979. There will be various
forms of entertainment pro-
vided. This is open to
everyone with a small fifty
cent admission charge. Re-
freshments will be avail-
able.
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Hillel is having its fall
cookout at 2 p.m. this
Sunday at Elm Street Park,
shelter 2. There will be
plenty of food and fun for
everyone, so come on out
and have a good time. For
more information, contact
Mike Freelander 752-9473
or Mark Cohen 758-7198.
A pre-registration social
will be held by the ECU
Sociology-Anthropology
Club on Wednesday, Oct.
17. All persons majoring or
minoring in Sociology or
Anthropology and those in
these social sciences are
invited to attend. Refresh-
ments will be furnished at
the affair which will be held
at 6:30 in BD 302
law
Ms. Elva Jess, Assistant
to the Admissions Officer at
Wake Forest Law School
will be present at a meeting
Monday night, October
15th at 7:30 p.m. in
Mendenhall room 221. Ms.
Jess is interested in talking
with anyone interested in
law school. She will also be
making individual appoint-
ments to meet with juniors
and seniors on Tuesday the
16th. The Law Society
hopes that anyone interes-
ted in speaking with Ms.
Jess will be present Mon-
day night. However, if you
cannot make it Monday
night and would like to
make an appointment with
Ms. Jess for Tuesday,
please call Lynn Calder at
758-8914 or'at 757-6611,
ext. 218 and leave a
message.
lit i itt i
The Rebel is now
accepting high-quality liter-
ature submissions. Poetry,
essays, plays and inter-
views, and short stories will
be accepted. All work must
have name, address, and
phone number of writer.
Address manuscripts to the
Rebel, Mendenhall Student
Center, Greenville, N.C.
27834.
Russian is for ordinary
people who are eager to try
something different but not
difficult, challenging but not
overwhelming. Little chil-
dren in Russia learn to read
and write in a few weeks,
so can an E.C.U. student.
Russian 1001 - 1004
satisfies the language re-
quirement and give the
student a dedge when
applying for a job with the
government, in business
and the military.
Russian 1001 will be
offered Spring semester
MWF a 9 o'clock.
Modern Russian and
Soviet Literature taught in
English (Russ 2221), a
Humanities course and an
interesting elective will be
offered MWF at 12:00. No
knowledge of Russian is
needed.
Interested students are
urged to pre-register.
nciincns
All student members of
the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints
(Mormons) are urged to
attend Institute class held
every Wednesday 6:00 p.m.
in the Brewster Bldg. room
B201. Randy Bott, an
outstanding teacher from
Raleigh, is director of the
Institute.
All other students inter-
ested in knowing something
about Mormon history and
doctrine are welcome.
films
At last, Encare.�
Neat, compact, no bigger than your
fingertip, Encare is fast becoming
the most talked about contraceptive
we have today.
Free from hormonal side effects,
Encare is available without a
prescription. And it might well be
the easiest method of birth control
you will ever use.
Simply simple.
You simply insert Encare with the
tip of your finger. There's no iffy
measuring, no tubes, no applicators.
And no messy paraphernalia to
clean up afterward. Each tiny insert
contains an exact, premeasured
amount of the clinically proven
spermicide, nonoxynol 9.
Simply effective.
Very simply, Encare works by neutral-
izing sperm. When used properly,
Encare melts and gently effervesces,
spreading within vjm&i&mz
your vagina for
protection against
pregnancy.
Even under very
rigorous testing
conditions, Encare's
spermicide was found to be highly
effective.
Simply safe.
And if you ask your gynecologist
about Encare, you'll be reassured to
hear that Encare cannot harm your
body the way the pill or IUD might.
Which means, you simply won't
be worried about those
complications.
For maximum protection, it is
essential that you read and follow
directions carefully and, if
indicated, consult your physician.
No birth control method is
guaranteed to prevent pregnancy.
ruby
Beginning this Sunday
night and continuing
through the rest of this
semester, the Methodist
Student Center will offer a
film series of Old Classics.
This Sunday the film will be
"Bye, Bye, Birdie Show-
time will be 8:45 p.m. and
refreshments shall be
served. The MSC is located
at Fifth Street and Holly
across from Garret Dorm.
All are invited to come.
bcirJ
The MRC presents the
Jubal Band from Indianap-
olis, Indiana, Thurs Oct.
15 on the hill from 7:00-
10:00 p.m. Admission is
free. MRC will also sponsor
a pig-pickin' in the base-
ment of Aycock Dorm on
the same day from 5:30-7:30
p.m. Tickets are available
through Men's and Wo-
men's Residence Councils.
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The Phi Sigma Iota
Foreign Language Honor
Society will meet Thursday,
October 11, 1979, 8:00
p.m in the Coffeehouse at
Mendenhall Student Center.
Dr. and Mrs. Hill will
show slides of their trip to
China and Hong Kong. The
public is cordially invited to
attend.
Following the slide pre-
sentation we will welcome
new members and elect
officers and a faculty
advisor.
Women interested in
forming a women's rugby
team, there will be a
meeting Monday, Oct. 15 at
7:00 p.m. in Memorial Gym
104. No experience is
necessary. This is a great
way to have fun, get some
exercise and get rid of your
frustrations. For more in-
formation call 758-8482.
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The Pocket Mime Theatre
will perform October 16 and
17 in Hendrix Theater.
John Ranere will present a
fine art reproductions sale
beginning October 15 in the
MSC Multi-purpose room.
library
tit �1
The Friends of East
Carolina University Library
are having a book sale in
the lobby of Joyner Library
on Wed Oct. 10 and
Thurs. Oct. 11.
Phi Eta Sigma Honor
Fraternity will hold a
meeting on ThursOct. 11,
at 5:00 in room C-102
Brewster. All new and old
members are invited to
attend.
The ECU Sociology-An-
thropology Club .will hold a
Bake Sale today in front of
the Student Supply Store.
Stop by and pick up some
good home-made munchies.
cctie
There will be a work-
shop for all COHE majors
on Thurs Oct. 11, at 7:00
p.m. in Brewster 303B. The
Workshop will be a signifi-
cant aid in guiding the
major through the program.
The workshop is mandatory
for all first year and
incoming majors. Refresh-
ments will be served.
STUDENT
SPECIAL
4:00a.m. to 11:30a.m.
HSIMMAHTl
Two pancakes, two eggs,
choice of bacon, sausage, or ham,
and cup off coffee $1.50 plus tax
4:00a.
Biscnits-
208 E.
.to 2p.m. 80'
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sports
Thursday, October M, 1979, Page 6
Greenville, N.C.
Pirates ready after
mid-season break
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Leander Green enjoying his most productive year
(Photo by Chap Gurley)
By CHARLES CHANDLER
Sports Editor
After blasting the team for a lackadaisical Monday
practice, East Carolina football coach Pat Dye said at
his weekly Wednesday press luncheon that the team
had had an excellent practice Tuesday and appeared
ready to take on the Bulldogs from the Citadel in the
Pirates' 1979 Homecoming game Saturday.
"I was well pleased with the way everything went
yesterday (Tuesday) said Dye. "We've shown
improvement each week this year except for the game
against Duke. We've been steadily better each game. I
feel now that we are a better team than when we
played our last game against VMI (a 45-10 Pirate
rout)
Dye has had excellent success against the Bulldogs
in the past. As a matter of fact he has never lost a
game to The Citadel and stands 4-0 against them.
"I think the Citadel is a better team than in the
past personnel-wise Dye said. "They've always
played hard, but they just have more material to work
with now
As far as his Pirates are concerned, Dye is naturally
overwhelmed with the play of his offense. The story is
the same as it has been all season. The offense is
playing superbly while the defense leaves quite a bit to
be desired.
The Pirate wishbone offense has averaged 414 yards
per game, good enough to rank them ninth in the
entire nation in total offense. East Carolina's 304.2
rushing yards per contest rank the team fifth nationally
in rushing offense.
Dye attributes much of this success to the play of
his offensive line. "That group has been the backbone
of the club all season Dye said. "Wayne Inman and
Matt Mulholland are the leaders there. They've both
been excellent this season in their preparation and
enthusiasm. Also, our freshmen Oscar Tyson and Gary
Gambrell are beginning to play winning football at the
tackle position while Joe Godette is out (knee injury)
Dye is also pleased with the play of quarterback
Leander Green, who the Pirate coach has said many
times has played nothing but great games thus far this
season.
Green is averaging 134 yards total offense to this
point and is running the Pirate wishbone attack to near
perfection says Dye.
The Jacksonville native is completing only 44.7
percent of his passes, but Dye believes this figure is
deceiving. "A lot of Leander's incompletions came late
in the State, Duke and Wake losses when we were in
desperate situations. That has really hurt him. If you
figured his percentage of completions when we dictated
whether we pass or not, I think you'd find his
percentage around 60 percent
While Dye finds a lot to praise on the Pirate
offensive side of things, he, like he has all season long,
finds much to criticize about the defense. "It's not that
we don't have desire said the Pirate mentor, "we
just don't have any oneness or cohesiveness. We seem
to be a little passive an unconfident
Though Dye cannot exactly put his finger on what
the problem is defensively and has spent the entire
season trying to correct it, he is not giving up now.
"I'm not about ready to quit trying to find an answer
and I certainly don't think it's a hopeless cause Dye
quipped sharply.
"I don't like it, though, that we are not playing with
the reckless abandon and confidence that we need
"defensively
So the story is the same as it has been all season
what with the offensive excellence and the defensive
disappointments. Dye must feel that this Saturday's
game with The Citadel is crucial because, besides the
fact that it is the Homecoming contest, it is the last
game the Pirates will have before facing 14th-ranked
North Carolina on October 27. ECU has an open date
on the 20th.
The Pirates are 2-3 while the Bulldogs have won
three in a row and stand 3-2.
Citadel depth worries Pirate coaches
What would happen?
A question that comes up often in the circles of East
Carolina football fans this season is, "What would happen
if this season's offense were teamed with last year's
defense? Indeed, the question does make one think of
many things, including thoughts of high national rankings.
The 1978 defense finished the season ranked second in
the nation in total defense. "The Swarm as the defensive
unit was known, was constantly around the ball. The line
applied constant pressure on opposing quarterbacks while a
roving corps of linebackers and a sticky secondary were
keys to a super pass defense.
The problem last year was the Pirate offense. Until late
in the season, the Pirate offense did not function as a
cohesive unit. Fumbles, interceptions and penalties put
constant stops on scoring drives.
In 1979 Coach Pat Dye has a totally different problem.
The offense is performing superbly and currently ranks
fifth nationally in rushing offense and ninth in the nation in
total offense. Last season's problems are solved.
Now the problem is the defense. "The Swarm" is
giving up over 100 yards more per game this season than
last. "But says Dye, "we could live with that if we were
making anything happen on defense What he means is
that the Pirates have caused eight turnovers in five games,
as compared to last season when the team averaged
causing four per contest.
Dye says that the big difference in the defense this
season as compared to last is a lack of "oneness' and
cohesiveness. He attributes this partly to the graduation of
linebacker and defensive signal-called Tommy Summer.
"Tommy was a real leader out there said Dye. "We
just don't have anyone like that this year, at least not yet.
But someone could become a leader at any time
Back to the matter of thoughts of this year's offense
matched with the 1978 defense. When asked about the
possibility, Dye drooled as if asking for a miracle. "That
would be something, wouldn't it?" he said. "Man, there's
no telling how far we could go
With a nationally ranked offense and defense, it would
seem natural that the club would be ranked among the
nation's top twenty teams. A major bowl game would seem
a sure bet, if only the right combination of offense and
defense were present.
But that "if is there. Right now Pat Dye must think
"if is the biggest word in the English language.
By JIMMY DuPREE
Assistant Sports Editor
Many spectators and followers of ECU Pirate football
may have written off Saturday's homecoming matchup with
the Citadel Bulldogs as an easy victory over an out-classed
team.
But for East Carolina assistant coaches Wayne Hall and
Dick Kupec, the Bulldogs are far from being cast aside.
"They have an excellent running quarterback in (Tim)
Russell who can pass as well said Hall. "They run the
veer out of the I-formation. They have to run the options,
and Russell is dangerous on the run
The leading ground-gainer for the Bulldogs, however, is
junior running back Stump Mitchell (5-9, 180) who has
netted 358 yards through their first five contests.
Backup running back Danny Miller holds the second
best stats for Citadel with 260 yards on only 41 carries. The
combination of the two standouts makes for a unique
problem defensively; one is no less a threat to the other.
Even if the rejuvenated "swarm" defense shuts down
Mitchell and Miller, Russell has passed with success this
year, with his favorite target being flanker Mark Slawson
(6-3, 185).
"Their flanker, Slawson, is their best receiver says
Hall. "He runs outstanding sprint-out patterns
Across the offensive line, the Bulldogs lack the size
which would improve their attack up the middle, but the
key to their success is balance. "They're not real big, but
they're consistent Hall analyzed. "They don't make
many mistakes. They get low on the blocks and drive their
opponent back. They really have no weakness despite the
lack of size.
"The linemen play a very intelligent game. They don't
give away what direction the play is going or anything like
that
Kupec scouted the Bulldogs in their 21-19 victory over
Western Carolina Saturday and reports they will be "very
experienced defensively
Eight of their 1978 starters return, but second-year
Citadel Coach Art Baker has had to fill vacancies at both
linebacker slots.
"They have as fine a defensive linemen as we've
played praised Kupec. "They're strong and most of
them have exceptional speed
The Bulldogs basically employ a 6-2 defense, with the
tackles responsible for the quarterback.
Juniors Chuck Strong (6-0, 225) and Gerry Bigos (6-3,
225) have moved in to anchor the Dog's defense at tackle
and thus far lead most defensive categories.
"Both Bigos and Strong beat out last year's starters, so
they still have two more that they like to interchange and
keep fresh people in with. They played people at every
position against Western and you really couldn't tell a
difference said Kupec.
"They don't play a running linebacker tvpe deterge.
We've got to control the two tackles, whether it's to the
inside or to the outside
The Citadel secondary features speedy and consistent
free safety Paul Gillis (5-11, 185), who figures highlv into
shutting down the Pirate running and passing attack.
"Gillis is the kind of kid that's going to be coming hard
throughout the game. He's an extremely aggressive
player said Kupec of the three-year starter and
all-Southern Conference senior.
"We've got to be able to control him
The Pirates hope to capitalize on errors of judgement bv
the Citadel defense and control the football for sustained
drives.
"We have to pass when they're coming hard, but that
means that we have to protect the quarterback offered
Kupec. "Our receivers will probably be open a lot, but our
linetas to give Leander (Green) time to throw
"Overall, they're a highly emotional football team.
They're very sound defensively and they try to cause plavs
to happen. They'll swarm all over one another when thev
make a good tackle.
"They show emotion in order to try to upset the offense
mentally and emotionally. We've got to be ready for that,
as well
Martinez selected
Four inducted into Hall
IN ADDITION TO ITS national rankings, the Pirate
offense is ranked first among the 13 Southern Independent
schools in both total offense and rushing offense. The team
is averaging 414 yards per game, 304.2 of them via the
run. The Pirates lead the group also with a 5.6 yards per
play average.
RANKING SECOND IN THE individual rushing
rankings in the independent group is ECU halfback
Anthony Collins. "A.C has gained 523 yards in the
Pirates' five games to date. That comes out to an average
of 104.6 yards per game. The leader, George Rogers of
South Carolina, is averaging 133.6. But Collins is far ahead
of Rogers in yards per carry, averaging 8.7 to the
Gamecock fullback's 5.0.
PIRATE TIGHT END Billy Ray Washington is among
the leaders in receptions with ten and is near the top in
yards per reception with a 26.4 average.
Courtesy of
ECU Sports
Information Dept.
Dr. Ray Martinez, swim-
ming coach at East Carolina
for 14 seasons, and three
former standout athletes
will be inducted into the
school's hall of fame in
ceremonies Saturday.
Martinez, along with Lex
Ridenhour, captain of the
1936 Pirate football team,
Ike Riddick, a former
basketball standout, and
Carlton Barnes, a former
baseball star, will be
honored during halftime
ceremonies at the home-
coming football game. The
Citadel and East Carolina
are set to have a 1:30 p.m.
kickoff.
Martinez, currently a
professor on the school's
physical education faculty,
had a 14-year stint as the
Pirate swimming coach, an
era which included the 1957
and 1979 NAIA national
championships. His 1962
team was the NCAA
College Division runner-up.
He coached 15 NAIA and 4
NCAA College Division
national champions and had
45 men earn all-America
recognition during his ten-
ure. He also coached the
Pirates in tennis for the
period 1955-58.
Born in New Orleans, he
earned his undergraduate
and master's degrees at
LSU and a Ph. D. at Iowa
State. His athletic accom-
plishments include winning
the Southern AAU 50-yard
freestyle championship. He
has served on numerous
national aquatics commit-
tees, representing the
NAIA, the NCAA and the
AAU, and has devoted
countless hours to instruc-
tional swimming for youth
and the handicapped. His
highest honors include
being designated a Master
Coach and receiving the
Kiputh Award for national
leadership in aquatics.
Ridenhour, currently the
Administrative Assistant to
the Superintendent of the
Burlington City Schools,
won four letters in each of
three sports while at East
Carolina. He was captain of
football, basketball and
baseball during his career
and completed his diamond
days with a .366 lifetime
average. He topped the
1938 team with an eye-
popping .411 mark.
Also an accomplished
tennis player, the Davie
County native served as
student body president and
sports editor of the student
paper while in Greenville
and has since served two
terms as president of the
Alumni Association.
Riddick, a three-year
starter for the Pirate cagers,
led the North State Con-
ference in scoring as a
senior with a 24.6 average,
the same year he served as
team captain. He played
with the North State all-star
team after his final season
and was most valuable
player in the post-season
Portsmouth (Va.) Invitation-
al Tournament, a three-day
affair which included many
prominent collegians.
Born in Washington, he
grew up in Greenville and
got an early start on an
athletic career. He was the
first to hit a home run in
the Elm Street Little League
Park in Greenville, and is
in the Little League Hall of
Fame. He earned his under-
graduate degree at East
Carolina in 1961.
Barnes, the most valu-
able player on the 1965
Pirate baseball team, served
as the co-captain that same
eyar and was chosen to the
all-state team three times.
He later played in the
Cincinnati Reds organization
during 1965-68, coached
and taught in Kinston, and
presently is a regional
supervisor in the Greens-
boro office of Aetna life.
A physical education
major, the Wilson native
graduated magna cum laude
at East Carolina in 1965 and
earned a master's degree
there in 1970.

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11 October 1979 THE EAST CAROLINIAN Page 7
The Fearless Football Forecast
CITADEL AT ECU
MARYLAND AT N.C. STATE
WAKE FOREST AT UNC
LSU AT GEORGIA
HOUSTON AT TEXAS A&M
CLEMSON AT VIRGINIA TECH
WASHINGTON AT ARIZONA STATE
KENTUCKY AT MISSISSIPPI
OKLAHOMA AT TEXAS
VMI AT APPALACHIAN STATE
GEORGIA TECH AT TENNESSEE
BAYLOR AT SMU
CHARLES CHANDLERTERRY HERNDON
(40-19-1)(39-20-1)
ECU 42-13ECU 34-14
N.C. StateN.C. State
UNCUNC
LSULSU
HoustonHouston
ClemsonClemson
WashingtonWashington
KentuckyKentucky
OklahomaOklahoma
VMIAppalachian State
TennesseeTennessee
SMUSMU
JOHN NOLAN
(22-13-1)
ECU 31-17
N.C. State
UNC
Georgia
Houston
Clemson
Washington
Kentucky
Oklahoma
Appalachian State
Georgia Tech
SMU
JIMMY DuPREE
(35-24-1)
ECU 28-17
N.C. State
Wake Forest
Georgia
Houston
Clemson
Washington
Mississippi
Texas
Appalachian State
Georgia Tech
SMU
WALT ATKINS
ECU Sports Information Director
ECU 42-14
Maryland
UNC
LSU
Houston
Clemson
Washington
Kentucky
Oklahoma
VMI
Tennessee
Baylor
Dallas gets Dutton
Cowboys deal away choices
tf DENNE H. FREEMAN
AP Sports Writer
DALLAS (AP)
The
Dallas Cowboys almost
tied John Dutton five
. hut instead took
Ed ' ' ' Jones.
X ith Jones now retired
ig for a living, they
precious draft
ks Tuesday, hoping to fill
id with the defensive
new wish they had
' :n the first place.
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who stubbornly re-
play for the
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a dispute with
ement, to a multi-
ntract for undis-
rms.
v, as the first
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197 the club Presi-
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ther to take Ed
r John Duttun.
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round draft pick in 1980 for
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ton, who flew to Dallas for a
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Coach Tom Landry said
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end at Baltimore, would be
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Weaver leads Birds
to AL pennant
B GORDON BEARD
AP Sports Writer
BALTIMORE (AP) -
Earl Weaver may not be a
genius, as some have
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ger of the Baltimore Orioles
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-kipper down for long, and
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to the hallclub.
About 11 hours after the
Orioles had suffered a
shocking 4-3 defeat to the
California Angels in the
ninth inning of Saturday's
game. Weaver called a
team meeting prior to Game
Four of the American
League Championship Se-
ries.
!t would have been out
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rant and rave about a loss,
but even the Orioles
weren't ready for his
opening line: "Workout
Monday at 4 o'clock
Now that the Orioles are
champions of the American
League, after disposing of
the Angels 8-0 in the final
game, there indeed was a
need for a Monday workout
in preparation for the World
Series.
Weaver decided on a
pitching rotation to use
against the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates after consulting with
scouts Bill Werle and Jim
Russo. They recommended
that it would be better to
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against Pittsburgh's pre-
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Weaver named 23-game
winner Mike Flanagan to
pitch the home opener
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Pafle 8 THE EAST CAROLINIAN 11 October 1979
Nothing surprizes Saban
Lady Pirate field hockey action
(Photo by John Grogan)
Palmer to start for
victorious Orioles
By GORDON BEARD
IF Sports Writer
BALTIMORE (AP) �
Weaver started to
tail a quick contingency
when rain postponed
first game of the 1978
rid Scries, but there
n any variables for
n the nimble-witted ma-
of the Baltimore
ting on the advice of
scouts, Vv eaver had
d a pitching rotation
iured that four or
n five games in a
game -cries would be
I by left-handers to
the left-handed
of the Pittsburgh
Mow, with no off dav
g Game Tow. Wea-
I lans went down the
n with the heavy rains
which drenched Memorial
Si Tuesdav night.
r the new setup,
5t-game starter Mike
nagan will be limited to
two starts and the
American League cham-
- may wind up using
right-handed starters.
"It's too early to say
Weaver mused after Base-
ball Commissioner Bowie
Kuhn called the game.
"More than likely, if
Flanagan pitches the fifth
game, Jim Palmer will pitch
the sixth. But that's not
definite
"It'll be Flanagan, Pal-
mer, Scott McGregor and
Dennis Martinez in the first
four games Weaver told
reporters. "After that, it's
'if, and, but, either, or
Use any of those words, if
you can spell them
"My fifth-game pitcher
will depend on how things
are going Weaver said.
"My scouts have told me.
that Steve Stone a right-
hander could be effective
against the Pirates. I won't
hesitate to use him if either
Flanagan or Palmer throws
a lot of pitches in their
starts
Should Flanagan start
Game Six, the veteran
Palmer would be ready for a
deciding seventh game if
the series goes that far.
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Through all the contu-
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find a silver lining. Martin-
ez would get a turn in the
rotation.
"I'm glad for Dennis
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to tell him yesterday he
would not be starting in the
series. I felt badly for him
because he had been such a
help to us all year. He's
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Flanagan went to the
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"I just wanted to get
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By HERSCHEL NISSENSON
AP Sports Writer
Lou Saban was asked if
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sion I-AA, Florida A&M's
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they don't want to play us.
"I'm not saying we can
beat Southern CM, or those
For the rest of the season,
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11 October 1979 THE EAST CAROLINIAN Page 9
NOMINATED FOR
a James McDougald
Heels to battle
Deamon Deacs
(Photo by John Grogan)
HILL. N.C. (AP)�
ina broke from a
ock at halftime
day to beat
5-14, and Coach
lm says the exper-
good for his
led some
our football
plained.
to get used
r pressure
Far Heels
. tain to get a
:hi week,
on Wake
And Crum
the pos-
Satur-
the Tar
home
I ivored.
ive anv idea
will go
: Crum.
- going
n one
' ugh
unrealistic
n Mack-
their
iy means
m execution and
considers
I well-
si - a very
there's
ul that
i�' have
come from behind a couple
of times, they've faced the
pressure, and that's why
our game with Cincinatti
was so important to us
Crum said the Deacons
present a problem in that
they are a passing team
with the potential to run
well.
"I don't think there's
any question that their
passing game establishes
their running game he
explained. "Most passing
teams can't run well. Wake
can run.
"With tailback James Mc-
Dougald and fullback Albert
Kirby they run better than
Pittsburgh even though they
have Randy McMilla
Then there's Jay
Venuto, on of the nation's
top passers.
"He throws the ball well
and he reads the coverage
well' Crum said of Venuta.
"He accepts John Mack-
ovic's concept of the
passing game. He does it
just the way they want it
done
He also said Wake
Forst's defense isn't given
enough credit. "When they
had to get tough they did
he said. "They did a good
job stopping North Carolina
State inside the Five, and
that's a sign of a good
defense.
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inian 1 �
features
Thursday, October 11, 1979,
Page 10 Greenville, N.C
Mime ensemble to
perform here
The University and
Greenville communities
have responded overwhelm-
ingly to mime in the past
two years that it has been
offered by the Student
Union Theatre Arts Com-
mittee. Audiences have
been both large and enthu-
siastic.
Entertainment
Delighted to give its
audience fine mime enter-
tainment, the Theatre Arts
Committee is presenting
The Pocket Mime Theatre
on October 16 and 17 in
Hendrix Theatre in Men-
denhall Student Center.
The Pocket Mime Thea-
tre is a critically acclaimed
mime ensemble based in
Boston. This appearance
will be their only one in the
area. The October 16
performance is a matinee at
1:00 p.m the October 17
performance is an evening
performance at 8:00 p.m.
The art of mime has
been developing an enthu-
siast k following across the
nation, just as it has in
Greenville. A great deal of
excil at has been gener-
ated by the work of this
award-winning company.
Besides winning the
d for Excellence in
The. re three times from
the Association of Perform-
ing ts, the company has
also been praised by Marcel
Marceau. Asked to com-
ment about American
mime, Marceau said,
"There is a Pocket Mime
Theatre in Boston who is
very good. I have seen
them; they are very good
Known for their deft
comedy as well as their
dramatic abilities, The
Pocket Mime Theatre has a
unique approach to a
unique medium. Their style
can be called classical, but
they carefully avoid what
they call "typical" mime.
They perform in complete
silence without the aid of
props, sets, music or
elaborate costumes.
No stars
They perform together
as a group; there are no
stars in ue finely tuned
ensemble. The emphasis is
on acting and play writing.
Tickets
Tickets for The Pocket
Mime Theatre are available
at the Central Ticket Office
in Mendenhall Student
Center. They are priced at
$1.00 for ECU students,
$2.00 for ECU faculty and
staff, $3.00 for the public,
and $2.00 for groups of 20
or more for the matinee
performance.
Prices for the evening
Jubal Band to play on hill'
m
The Pocket Mime Theatre will appear
Theater on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 1:00 p.m
Wednesday, Oct. 17, at 8:00p.m.
Hendrix
and on
performance are $1.50 for
ECU students, $2.00 for
ECU faculty and staff, $3.00
for the public, $2.00 for
groups of 20 or more.
Season tickets are also still
available at $12.00 for the
public, $8.00 for ECU
faculty and staff, and $7.50
for ECU students.
This Thursday night the
Men's Residence Council
presents, on the hill, the
Jubal Band from Indiana-
polis, Indiana. Although the
band has played a large
portion of the East Coast,
such as Georgia, Florida,
South Carolina and Ala-
bama, it has never before
toured North Carolina. The
band is enthusiastic about
coming to North Carolina
and especially to ECU
during homecoming week to
play for the MRC and the
Attic during homecoming
weekend.
The Jubal Band is a
versatile group with an
uncanny ability to mix in a
variety of funk and disco at
just the right times. The
band plays mostly rock 'n'
roll selections, ranging from
Van Halen to Led Zeppelin.
A twelve-song Beatles'
medley promises to arouse
the crowd. Also included in
the show is a five-song
Lynard Skynard special � a
tribute to one of the South's
finest bands.
The Jubal Band is
special in a number of
wasy. The group has a
specialized keyboard in-
strument of which there are
only 17 more in the United
States. This unusual instru-
ment is called Prophet 5
and can best be described
as a computerized synthe-
sizer. The Prophet 5 is a
self-tuning device which
allows the band to utilize
the sounds of forty different
instruments at the touch of
a button. Impressive in-
deed!
Aside from the Prophet
5, the band is blessed with
a gifted comedian named of
Howard Phillip. In addition
to being a fine congo
player, Howard is a natural
cut-up. A large part of his
act is spontaneous, but his
speciality is the Boogie
Man. The Boogie Man is a
character which defies des-
cription, and only seeing
can be believing.
Much of the band's
talent lies within two
brothers, David and Her-
man Zerfas. These brothers
grew up in an unusual
family. Their grandfather
has been credited with the
invention of barbituates,
and both parents are
surgeons. David and Her-
man seem to have inherited
some of this mental capa-
city, and therefore take an
intellectual approach
to
music.
The Jubai Band offers
an entertaining and unique
show which should provide
everyone with a super
evening of fun and excite
ment. Come out tonight,
from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m
and support the Jubal Band
and the Men's Residence
Council.
The Jubal Band will per-
form this Thursday on 'the
hill Jubal is a versatile
band which plays rock
roll, funk and disco.
n
Racial tension surfaces at Wake Forest
WINSTON-SALEM,
N.C. (AP) - With more
than a little irony in their
voices, black students and
t acuity at Wake Forest
University tell about the
first black student admitted
in 1962.
His last name was
Reynolds and he was from
Ghana.
Although Edward Rey-
nolds had the same last
name as the family that so
heavily endowed the Baptist
school, it was no accident
that he came from Africa.
To some, he was as
much a foreign student as
he was a black one. To
others, said Dr. Edgar D.
Christman, the univeristy
chaplain, bringing Reynolds
over "was a different
version of a mission.
Instead of sending white;
missionaries to Ghana, we
would bring an African
Christian here and send him
back
Now, some black stu-
dents say Wake Forest still
has not made up its mind
about whether it wants
them there.
The university's enroll-
ment includes 128 black
undergraduates, about 4
percent of the student body.
Black and white students
live in the same dorms,
often belong to the same
clubs, and there is even
some interracial dating �
although that is confined
mostly to black athletes
dating hke women.
But thee arestill. racial
tensions that occasionally
Confederate flags and
wearing Confederate uni-
forms. The white fraternity
brothers appeared bewil-
dered by the violence of the
reaction; the black students
think it incredible that the
"I've felt that I wasn 9t really wanted
I don't feel that any black students are
wanted here, except the athletes.
99
rise to the surface.
Last spring a group of
black students burned a
Confederate flag to protest
a fraternity's "Old South
Weekend an annual cele-
bration that involves flying
white students were bewil-
dered.
"There's another fra-
ternity that puts on
blackface show every year,
and they call it 'The Five
Screaming Niggers said
Jocelyn Burton, president of
the student Afro-American
Society. "Little things like
that
Said Linda Lee, another
black student, "I've felt
that I wasn't really wanted
I don't feel that any
black students are wanted
here, except the athletes
Many of the blacks on
campus are there on athletic
scholarships. The exact
number wasn't known.
Last month, the univer-
sity, in an effort to confront
the issue of race relations
on campus, sponsored a
workshop for white faculty
members who deal with
black students
Drs. Wyatt and Sarah
Kirk, who teach at North
Carolina A&T, described
the problems that some
black students have � low-
self-esteem and a height-
ened sensitivity to slights �
and they encouraged the
faculty to talk candidly
about their own feelings
toward black students.
A frequently heard com-
plaint is that minority
recruitment efforts are
growing weaker.
Forty-one black fresh-
men are enrolled this year,
up 17 from the number in
1974. However, the figure is
three less than in 1977.
Humor
ming Attractions!
Beau Thorp and Generation II will
provide music for the homecoming
dance Saturday, at 9:00 p.m.
in Wright Auditorium.
Beer can mania strikes
Streets
of New
York
Barry A. Grael and Richard B. Chodosh's modern
musical version of Dion Boucicault's nineteenth century
frfJn It� "The Streets of New York" will open the
1979-80 season at the East Carolina Playhouse on Wed
Oct. 17 at 8:15 p.m. in the Studio Theatre at ECU.
Director Del Lewis, who appeared in the New York
production of "The Streets of New York" in 1963, notes
that the musical, while well-suited for the intimacy of the
Studio Theater, "still contains a good deal of the spectacle
that audiences expect from a musical ' comedy. Peggy
Anton's costumes, David Downing's lighting, and Gregory
Buch's set � complete with revolving stage � capture the
spirit of the 1880's, when the action is set
Included in the cast are Barry Ambrose, a freshman
from Elizabeth City; Sally Nell Clodfelter, a junior from
Chapel Hill; Shauna Holmes, a senior from Jacksonville;
Jeannie Igoe of Raleigh, a freshman; and Heidi Anderson
Lane, a graduate student from Wake Forest, N.C. Other
members of the cast are Dave Massengill of Four Oaks, a
senior; John Mark Mueller of Fayetteville, a sophomore;
Loren Watkins, a freshman from Raleigh; Butch White, a
senior, also from Raleigh; Bob Sharpe, a junior from
Efland; and Tanya Wall, a sophomore from Jamestown.
Also performing will be Cindy Carol Williams of Newton
Grove, a junior; Denny Wright, a senior from Santa Ana,
California; Kurt C. Busam, a junior from Milwaukee,
Wisconsin; a junior from Virginia .Beach, Michael A.
Summers; and Holly E. Jerome of Roanoke. a senior.
"The Streets of New York" will open on Wednesday,
October 17 and run nightly except Sunday through
Saturday, October 27, at 8:15 p.m. in the Studio Theater of
the Drama Building at ECU. Tickets are 13.50, and ECU
students are entitled to a $1.00 discount by presenting a
current activity card at the box office, room 108 of the
Drama Building. Season tickets, good for this play and five
others, are now on sale for $12.00 each. Tickets for this
play will go on sale beginning Wednesday, October 10.
Season tickets or individual tickets may be ordered by
calling 757-6390 between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday
through Friday.
By LARRY GRAHAM
Features Writer
There sits the uplifted
beer can, the last remnants
of foamy brew dripping
from the lip. What do to
with it now? Crush it and
throw it away? Why not
save it and start a
collection? It's easy.
Brands
Find a place in your
room, a shelf or whatever,
and put the can on it. Then
start looking around for
more cans with different
brands. Begin with the easy
ones like Schlitz and Bud,
and then find some more
interesting brands. In the
Greenville area alone, there
are a lot of beautiful cans
available in wine shops and
Seven Elevens. Greenville is
supplying a greater variety
in response to all you beer
drinkers out there.
Variety
Well, OK, you've gotten
all the local cans, but that is
only a small fraction of all
the cans you can collect.
The North is the best place
for variety in brands, as is
the Midwest.
I went on a trip to
Washington, D.C. once.
Was I excited over the
possibility of seeing the
unusual sights? No, I was
ecstatic because D.C. is a
beer can collector's para-
dise. Hudepohl, Reading,
Columbia, Fyfe and Drum
these and many others are
all there waiting to be
collected not to mention to
be drunk.
Don't stop at American
brands. Foreign cans have
just as much variety and
appeal. There are also
series to collect, with a
number of cans having the
same theme but different
designs as in the famous
"Girls of 007" series.
Quaffing
So, the next time you
are quaffing, don't be so
quick to cwush (sorry,
couldn't resist) u can that
could be sitting in your
room adding character and
personality to the sur-
roundings. Once you start
collecting, it becomes hard
to stop, so leave plenty of
room for a good display.
Impress friends, and enjoy.
OK you bureaucratically-controlled nitwits,
It's PRE-REGISTRATION time again! Doesn't that jusl
send chills of delight up your spine? Either that, or
foaming bile up your throat.
Whichever, it's time once more for that tortuou
condition all students must suffer in order to � you got it
� sign up for classes you're paying out of your rears to
attend.
You have a whole week in which to track down
advisors, files, lists of classes offered or any combination of
the above. Ever notice how advisors seem to disappear
around pre-registration time or that your files seem to be
nonexistent, and secretaries repeatedly infer that maybe
you've never even attended ECU?
Then there's always some kind of foul-up. Last spring 1
felt vaguely academic (a side effect of some tranquilizers
Id been taking), and I decided to sign up for 19 hours. Mv
advisor peered at me briefly when I told him, sighed and
scratched his name in the appropriate place. Triumphant. I
went to Whichard to hand in my completed schedule and
tTe �9 houre�me Dinny l Deeded Spedal Permission to
"Look I said "Who's paying for my education - the
university or me?"
"You're asking me? I would hardly know
t V l?uPyinf �T �it l 8aid' "So' shou,d be able to
take 58 hours if it suits me, shouldn't I?"
saidllinX1! " �T
"I can handle it I answered.
"Get special permission she said.
I had to tromp across campus, muttering obscenities the
People wonder why college students get ulcers'
Hours later - still muttering I entered he
finally-opened office and had to wait in line with equallv
wowTc: thrKStKudT F��y tes lae 'I
was told I could see the head of my department.
Do you know what he said when I ask�H K,m ,f i u
take 19 hours? Do you know? f ' cou,d
He said, "Are you intelligent?"
I mean what did he expect me to sav "N� P� i
m7;n I take 19 hofrs anywayF � ' "
He didn't say anything else - just signed my schedule
and signaled for the next visitor. I fromped b.l
Whichard waving my arms, red i the face am4 .
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Concert
takes
loss
By WILLIAM JONES
Features Editor
America performed
main of their former hit
songs and numerous se-
lections from their new
album Silent Letter last
night at Minges Coliseum.
The hand had the audience
it's feet during much of
the show, as the energetic
renditions of "Sister Golden
Hair "Ventura Highway"
and other popular songs
ed irresistable.
Student Union President
tries Sune said the Major
Attractions Committee may
e a $12,000 loss on the
concert as a result of
mediocre attendance. This
ss could result in the
curtailment of further con-
certs this vear.
11 October 1979 THE EAST CAROLINIAN Page 11
His heroes yiere 'Gashouse Gang'
By WILL GRIMSLEY
AP Special Correspondent
BALTIMORE (AP) -
'When I was young, my
baseball heroes were the
Gashouse Gang said Pitts-
burgh Pirates manager
Ihuck Tanner, spitting to-
acco juice into a white
aper cup
"Pepper Martin, Ducky
Hedwick, Dizzy Dean �
Bvhat a wild, aggressive
bunch of ball players. They
ahas were swinging, run
ning and going for th
extra edge.
"Sure, this club remi�,s
me a lot of what those '�-
St. Louis teams used tc�e-
They never think tb re
behind. They always ginto
the last inning g
they're going to win
H The graying mill'ano- s
son out of New Cas a�
didn't have to dra'a maP
to show he waf talking
about his ramnctious
Pirates.
Just nitside his office
door, sreos blared disco
and rocn' roll music. The
TV setas going full blast,
shovijfe tapes of the
Pir tef National League
plyof victories ever the
Qieinnati Reds.
It was old stuff � a
ellu.oid replay for the
Pirates � but every time
one of them got a hit or
made a throw they let out
a deafening roar as if it
were a brand new feat.
The drenching rain out-
side, forcing postponement
of Tuesday night's opening
game of the baseball World
Series against the Baltimore
Orioles, failed to dampen
their unharnessed spirits.
Willie Stargell, the 38-
year-old bellwether of the
XL champions, sat on a
sofa, bare-footed, playing a
card game called Pluck with
teammates Jim Bibby,
Grant Jackson and Rennie
II
III
Portraits
will be
taken:
Stennett.
When Willie banged a
card on the table, the whole
room shook. Who could
imagine that this hulking,
225-pound veteran of 17
seasons was originator of
the idea of awarding gold
crocheted stars to decorate
caps of teammates who
made some outstanding
contribution on the field?
Kent Tekulve, the reed-
thin reliever, for instance,
seems to have one for each
of the 34 games he has
saved.
Rookie Mike Easier and
John Candelaria were intent
on a game of backgammon.
Easier wore a gold T-shirt
with "Dead Goat Saloon
Arrow Pass Square, Salt
Lake City, Utah" em-
blazoned on the back.
They're an uninhibited,
free-spirited bunch � these
1979 Pirates. They would
make the Gashouse Gang
look like truants from a
church picnic.
Someone asked him
during the rainout if he had
any rules for his players.
"Yeah he responded,
"25 � one for every man
on the squad. Every man is
different. Every man has to
be treated differently
"You don't judge your-
self whether you win a
pennant or not he said,
depositing another spurt of
joice into the cup. "It's
whether you get the best
out of your unit.
"I've always had teams
that played loose and
relaxed Tanner was asked
if he ever won one of
Stargell's stars.
"Sure he replied,
"One � that was when I
gave the team a off-day
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By NIKKI
FINKE Associated Press Writer
MOSCOW (AP) � I the conservative aura of modern
Russia, sex is still in the closet � or at least restricted to
the privacy of the bedroom.
Which is why the project of Moscow school
superintendent Georgi L. Aseyev is so daring. He is
teaching sex education in schools.
From ages 7 to 17, pupils are listening to lectures on
love, marriage and biological mechanics. The new program
marked its first anniversary in September.
Why? Aseyev told The Associated Press that Soviet
children were getting "distorted" sexual knowledge in the
streets.
"Sooner or later, whether we like it or not, our young
people will learn about sex says Asayev, a 63-year-old
grandfather. "This is a problem we shouldn't pass by. It is
very easy to hurt our students, especially in the period of
first love
It was a student's first love that got Aseyev involved
with the problem. A young boy named Oleg was infatuated
with a blonde across the street and one day took her to the
movies. In his callowness, he kissed her and she ridiculed
him as a sloppy kisser. Oleg began cutting classes, and
Aseyev offered some gentle advice. But, he also told
Oleg's mother, who attacked the boy with her fists. He
dropped out of school, and Aseyev, to this day, regrets his
offense.
But it could have been expected where nudity in films
is taboo, a sexy novel is the scourge of censors and
homosexuality is a crime.
A recent survey of 300 Moscow school students, aged
15-17, found that only a small number � 21 percent �
first learned about sex from family or school.
The vast majority of teen-agers were learning about sex
from cheap novels, from peers and older friends.
Sociologist Valentia Alekseyeva concludes: "Either we
do everything we can to see that young people remain
sound, scientific advice on how to conduct themselves in
this most complex area of human life, or we throw them on
their own, risking a situation in which people who are
hostile to Communist morality will take advantage of this
vacuum
Indeed, the black market in magazines like "Playboy"
and "Hustler" is thriving in the Soviet Union. And nearby
Scandinavia remains a relaible source for X-rated movies
smuggled into Moscow.
Because of an absence of official information about sex
published by Medgiz, the state publishing house for
medical literature, some Russians are growing up
surprisingly ignorant about it.
One 26-year-old doctor says that at least once a week he
has to explain the details of sexual intercourse and birth
control to adult men and women, many of them married.
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, -Page 12 THE EAST CAROUNIAN 11 October 1979
Flora Purim is
stylish vocalist
By PAT MINGES
Features Writer
When Flora Purim left her native Brazil in 1969, friends
told her, "Don't sing jazz or American music; there is too
much competition If they could see her now, they would
be amazed.
Flora Purim has proven to be an outstanding female
vocalist in jazz music, winning Downbeat's Readers' Poll
consistently over the last five years. Purim's vocal style
reflects influences of Brazilian and traditional impetus, at
times achieving an almost instrumental quality with her
wordless improvisations. Her voice ranges from a husky
roar to a light staccato shriek and can move with deceptive
ease to unexpected places. She uses a palette of vocal
sounds that can create quick and subtle shifts in mood.
Flora Purim was born into a BrazilianRomanian middle
class family in 1941. Both of her parents were amateur
classical musicians, and through her mother's interest in
jazz. Flora became influenced by such artists as Enrol
Garner, Miles Davis, Billie Holiday and Dinah Washington.
As a teen, she listened to African-influenced Brazilian
music and started performing on the guitar in clubs.
It was in these club dates that she met two people who
would influence her greatly, Hermeto Pascoal and Airto
Moreira. Pascoal recommended use of improvisations.
Moreira is now her husband and the father of her children.
After a brief stint in drama in Los Angeles, Purim went
to New York to sing and play Brazilian music for artists
like Herbie Hancock, Thelonius Monk, Stan Getz and Gil
Evans. Chick Corea invited Purim and husband Moreira (a
percussion wizard) to play with Return to Forever. They
did perform on a couple of albums (Return to Forever and
Light as a Feather). She was to say of this period, "A
whole new cycle of my life started as well it did, for her
singing got better and freer, and the release of her first
solo album Butterfly Dreams was a modest success.
Then a tragic thing happened to Flora Purim. She was
arrested for possession and distribution of cocaine. The
cocaine was found in the apartment of a friend whom she
was visiting. Though she vehemently denied involvement,
Purim was sentenced to three years in prison. After a
series of appeals, she finally served one year at Terminal
Inland in California, finishing her second album Stories to
Tell only two days before her incarceration.
Purim was paroled in fall of 1975 and immediately
began work on her "freedom album" with Pascoal,
Moreira, George Duke, Ndugu and a host of jazz
musicians. Purim has released several albums since.
Perhaps her finest was her last one, Everyday, Everynight.
Her newest album, Carry On, is splendid but lacks the
I power of the preceding album because of the absence of
I thee prodigious musicians.
Spice of Life
Alumni
ECU News Bureau
WASHINGTON, N.C. -
The Beaufort County chap-
ter of the East Carolina
University Alumni Associ-
ation will present a dinner
and program for ECU
alumni and friends this
Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at
the Rendezvous Restaurant
in Washington.
Speakers for the meeting
will be Dr. Edwin W.
Monroe, associate dean,
ECU School jof Medicine,
and Donald Y. Leggett,
director of Alumni Rela-
tions
Reservations for the
gathering may be made
with Mrs. Elizabeth Gibbs,
403 E. 8th Street, Wash-
ington, telephone 946-2496,
or tickets may be obtained
at the door.
Art works
ECU News Bureau
GREENVILLE � A
large collection of art repro-
ductions of works by
classical and modern artists
will be on sale in East
Carolina University's Men-
denhall Student Center Oct.
15-19.
The show and sale will
begin at 9 a.m. and run
until 6 p.m. each day in
Mendenhall's Multi-Purpose
Room.
The reproductions range
from S3.50 to $7 in price.
Discounts are offered in
most categories for the
purchase of several items.
Reproductions of more
than 150 artists will be
available: Cezanne, Chagall,
Dali, Degas, Gaugin,
Homer, Toulouse-Lautrec,
Matisse, Modigliani, Mon-
et, Picasso, Rembrandt,
Van Gogh, Wyeth and
others.
John Ranere, organizer
of the sale and exhibition,
will be present to assist
patrons with selection and
to answer questions.
Crown
HAVELOCK, N.C. (AP)
� Wearing evening gowns
and swim suits, 14 young
women kicked crowns Sun-
day night in honor of
Debbie Shook.
Miss Shook lost her title
as Miss North Carolina in
June after she complained
to a reporter that she hadn't
received some of her prizes.
In reaction, she kicked
her rhinestone crown onto
the state at a Raleigh
auditorium where activities
were getting underway to
choose her successor.
The Havelock-Cherry
Point Jaycees decided to
honor Miss Shook with their
own contest.
Sunday night, Elizabeth
Schlachter, 20, a waitress at
the Cherry Point Marine Air
Station officers' chib, won
the title as the state's
reigning crown kicker.
She kicked her crown an
average distance of 26 feet,
7 inches.
The average was based
on one kick each while
wearing a swimsuit and an
evening gown.
Brenda Mack of Win-
ston-Salem won second
prize.
Ms. Schlachter won a
$5,000 worthless check,
among other non-valuable
prizes, for her winning
kicks.
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The Miss North Carolina
contest is sponsored by the
state Jaycees. But the
Havelock Jaycees don't
sponsor a contestant, and a
Jaycee spokesman said they
wanted to have a contest of
their own.
The chapter, had invited
Miss Shook to kick out the
first crown, but she did not
attend.
Queen
By JOHN BRONSON
Associated Press Writer
PITTSBURGH (AP) �
Roy Dowdell, a 6-foot,
200-pound former linebacker
at Laurel Highlands High
School, will be on the field
Saturday in an only slightly
less bruising role � home-
coming queen.
"Hassle? I've been per-
secuted. I've had to face
humiliation, degradation and
slander just to stand up for
what I believe in the
18-year-old senior said in a
telephone interview Tues-
day.
Dowdell, who says he's
an honor student, last week
edged out 12 female
candidates for the title at
the school which is located
about 50 miles southeast of
Pittsburgh.
School officials were not
amused and they immedi-
ately suggested that Dow-
dell resign.
"We don't think this is
in his best interest. We
think it will be an
embarrassment said su-
perintendent William
Gregg.
After eight hours of
meetings between Dowdell's
parents, their attorney and
school officials, seniors
voted Monday in an attempt
to "clarify" Dowdell's role.
According to Dowdell,
the ballot did not refer to
him specifically, and asked
only if the homecoming
queen tradition should be
retained.
Eighty percent of the
336 students who voted
were in favor of retaining
the tradition, Gregg said.
"Our contention is that
he was elected more as a
laughing matter than any-
thing else. He should step
aside in favor of a girl the
superintendent added.
Dowdell is determined to
go through with the cere-
mony, despite the admini-
stration's insistence that he
be called a "queen not
"king" or "representa-
tive
Dowdell's mother, Lee,
says the issue is not so
much the sex of the
homecoming representative,
but the trampling of student
rights. "Here they are,
educators, teaching these
students that a democratic
election can be changed to
suit them because they
didn't like the outcome
she said.
Gregg disagreed. "We
as adults have some respon-
sibility to define and explain
issues and make students
aware of the circumstances
and consequences, too he
said.
Mrs. Dowdell said she
believes her son has been
singled out by school
officials following an alter-
cation with a football coach
last year that resulted in his
expulsion.
"He's marked. I feel the
school wouldn't have taken
this stand if it was another
boy. To allow him to come
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What partitylarly irks
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"The inference is that I'm a
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not the case. Ttose are
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"Today in gym class I
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Sculp Studio IX (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
Art of the US (TTh 9:30-10:50) (3)
Probs in Ceramics (TTh 3:00-5:00) (3)
Probs in Comm Art (TBA) (3)
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Prob in Draw (MW 3:00-5:00) (3)
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Grad Print Studios (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
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Superv of Art Ed (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Research in Art Education (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Northern Baroque Art (TTh 1:00-2:20) (3)
19th Cent Painting (MWF 9:00) (3)
Seminar in Art Hist (T 7:00-10:00) (3)
Thesis Seminar (TBA) (3)
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69 5000 1 Med & Ren Stud Sem (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
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Environ Biol (TTh 12:00-2:00) (4)
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Environ Biol Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (1)
Environ Biol Lab (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
Environ Biol Lab (W 2:00-5:00) (1)
Environ Biol Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
Gen Botany (MTThF 10:00) (5)
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Gen Botany Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
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Gen Zoology (MTThF 8:00) (5)
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Gen Zoology (MTThF 11:00) (5)
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Gen Zoology Lab (F 2:00-5:00) (0)
Fund Microbiol (MTh 3:00) (4)
Fund Microbiol (MTh 3:00) (4)
Fund Microbiol Lab (TTh 8:00-10:00) (0)
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Fund Microbiol Lab (MW 12:00-2:00) (0)
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BUED (Business Education) - 11
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11 2145 1 Bus Tech II Off Mach (TTh 2:00) (2)
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11 3228 1 Adm Management (MWF 8:00) (3)
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11 3302 1 Dist Tech III: Selling (MWF 10:00)
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11 4330 1 Prin of BUED (MWF 1:00) (3)
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11 5389 1 Sem: Bying (MWF 9:00) (3)
11 5390 1 Sem: Credit Mgmt (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
11 6410 1 Concept Found of Bus (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
11 6424 1 Prob in BIRD: Off Prac 6 Off Mach
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12 3352 1 International Bus (MWF 12:00) (3)
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12 4662 1 Marketing Research (MWF 2:00) (3)
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12 4732 1 Consumer Behavior (MWF 11:00) (3)
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12 4752 1 Adv & Promotion Mgt (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
12 4752 2 Adv & Promotion Mgt (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
12 4772 1 Marketing Channel Mgt (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
12 4842 1 Business Policy (MWF 10:00) (3)
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12 4872 1 Real Estate Mgt-Brok (MWF 12:00) (3)
12 4892 1 Princ Transportation (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
12 4962 1 Topics in Mgt & Mkt (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
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12 4982 1 Topics in Real Estate (MWF 1:00) (3)
12 6222 1 Management Science I (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
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12 6622 1 International Bus (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
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12 6722 1 Business Policies (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
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Gen Descrip Chem (MTThF 9:00) (4)
Gen Descript Chem (MWThF 11:00) (4)
Basic Gen & Org Chem (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Basic Gen & Org Chem (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Basic Gen & Org Chem Lab (T 3:00-6:00) (1)
Basic Gen & Org Chem Lab (W 2:00-5:00) (1)
Basic Gen & Org Chem Lab (Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
Basic Gen & Org Chem Lab (Th 3:00-6:00) (.1)
Gen Chem & Qual Anal (MWF 8:00) (3)
Gen Chem & Qual Anal (MWF 8:00) (3)
Gen Chem & Qual Anal (MWF 10:00) (3)
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(T 8:00-11:00) (1)
(T 8:00-11:00) (1)
(T 2:00-5:00) (1)
(T 2:00-5:00) (1)
(W 2:00-5:00) (1)
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(Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
(MWF 8:00) (3)
Gen Chem & Qual Anal
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Quai Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem & Qual Anal
Gen Chem & Qual Anal (MWF 8:00) (3)
Gen Chem & Qual Anal (MWF 10:00) (3)
Gen Chem & Qual Anal (MWF 10:00)
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Cen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Gen Chem Qual Anal L
Quant & Instrurn Anal
Quant & Instrum Anal
Quant & Instrum Anal
Quant & Instrum Anal
Basic Biochem (MWF 9
Basic Biochem (MWF 9:00) (3)
Basic Biochem (TTh 12:30-1:45)
Basic Biochem (TTh 12:30-1:45)
Basic Biochem L (M 12:00-3:00)
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(M 3:00-6:00) (1)
(M 3:00-6:00) (1)
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(T 8:00-11:00) (1)
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(Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
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Basic Biochem L (W 3:00-6:00) (1)
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Org Chem L (TTh 8:00-11:00) (2)
Org Chem L (TTh 2:00-5:00) (2)
Org Chem (MWF 9:00) (3)
Org Chem L (MW 2:00-5:00) (2)
Org Chem L (TTh 8:00-11:00) (2)
Org Chem L (TTh 2:00-5:00) (2)
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Intro Inst Comp L (TBA) (1)
Physical Chem (MTWF 10:00) (4)
Physical Chem L (M 2:00-5:00) (1)
Independent Study (TBA) (1)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Research Prob Chem (TBA) (1)
Research Prob Chem (TBA) (2)
Research Prob Chem (TBA) (3)
Special Topics (MWF 11:00) (3)
Special Topics (MWF 1:00) (3)
Instru Compu Interf (TBA) (3)
Instru Compu Interf L (TBA) (2)
Indust Internship Chem (TBA) (1)
Indust Internship Chem (TBA) (2)
Indust Internship Chem (TBA) (3)
Chem Seminar (F 2:00) (1)
Adv Anal Chem (MW? 8:00) (3)
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Counsel Theory Tech (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Group Procedures (S 9:00-12:00) (2)
Group Procedures (Th 2:00-4:00) (2)
Org Admin Guid Serv (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Supv Prac Counsel (MTWThF 9:00-5:00) (3)
Seminar-Coun Prob (Th 5:00-7:00) (2)
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Directed Readings (TBA) (2)
Counseling Interns (TBA) (3)
Counseling Interns (TBA) (3)
Counseling Interns (TBA) (3)
Theo Prac Comm Hlth Edu (TTh 2:00-3:15(3)
Meth Trng & Staff Dev (TTh 9:00-11:00) (4)
Meth Trng & Staff Dev (TTh 9:00-11:00) (4)
Comm Hlth Prof (MWF 1:00-4:00) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (1)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Sem Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (1)
Intern Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (8)
Hlth Care Sys & Prob (Th 6:30-9:30)
Comm Hlth Educ I (M 2:00-5:00) (3)
Comm Hlth Educ II (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Intern Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
Intern Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
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L7 1000 1 Criminal Justice Sys (MWF 12:00) (3)
- 1000 2 Criminal Justice Sys (MWF 8:00) (3)
L7 2000 1 The Criminal Offender (MWF 9:00) (3)
L7 2000 2 The Criminal Offender (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
1 Juv Justice Sys (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
L7 3003 1 Add Crime & Criminal (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
17 4001 1 Pol Organ & Admin (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
CSC I (Computer Science) - 1 8
18 1584 1 Linea Alg Com Applic (MWF 11:00) (3)
I 2 Linea Alg Com Applic (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
584 Linea Alg Com Applic (MWF 1:00) (3)
18 3600 1 Intro Digit Comput (MWF 10:00) (3)
18 3600 2 Intro Digit Comput (MWF 12:00) (3)
18 3600 3 Intro Digit Comput (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
18 3601 1 Comp Org & Progr (MWF 10:00) (3)
18 3601 2 Comp Org & Progr (MWF 12:00) (3)
- 602 1 Theo Automata & Ling (MWF 9:00) (3)
18 605 1 Discrete Comput Struc (MWF 2:00) (3)
.627 1 Proced Lang & Compl (MWF 10:00) (3)
- -630 1 Operating Systems (MWF 12:00) (3)
18 5726 1 Scientific Progr (TTh 1:00) (1)
18 5 1 Progr for Resrch (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
1 Intro Info Process (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
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19 2002 1 Alch Hlth Soc Virob (KWF 11:00) (3)
19 2002 2 Alch Hlth Soc Prob (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
L9 2002 3 Alch Hlth Soc Prob (MWF 1:00) (3)
-300 1 Sem Hum Sex Dysf (W 6:00-8:00) (2)
iOOO Sem Hum Sex Dysf (TTh 3:30-4:30) (2)
320 1 Bio for Hlth Prof (M 7:00-9:00) (2)
19 5094 1 Trt Alcoholism (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
5098 Hlth Prog Ale Abuse (W 2:00-5:00) (3)
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Intro to Theatre (TTh 9:00) (2)
Intro to Theatre (TTh 10:00) (2)
Ballet II (MTWThF 9:30-10:30) (3)
Ballet II (MTWThF 8:15-9:15) (3)
Contemporary Dance II (MTWThF 8:15-9:15) (3)
Jazz Dance II (MTWThF 9:30-10:30) (3)
Jazz Dance II (MTWTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Jazz Dance II (MTWTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Stage Scenery II (MWF 1:00-2:45) (3)
Stage Scenery II (MWF 3:00-4:45) (3)
Stage Scenery II (TTh 1:00-3:30) (3)
Pointe Technique I (TTh 12:45-1:45) (1)
Pointe Technique II (TTh 12:45-1:45) (1)
Lit for Theatre (TTh 1:00) (2)
Ballet IV (MTWTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Contemp Dance IV (MTWTh 8:15-9:15) (3)
Jazz Dance IV (MTWTh 3:30-4;45) (3)
Early Exp Prosp Tchr (TBA) (1)
Spec Theatre Proj (TBA) (1)
Spec Theatre Proj (TBA) (1)
Stage Lighting (TTh 11:00-12:45) (3)
Scenery Design II (MW 11:00-12:45) (3)
Costumes for the Stge (MWF 1:00-2:45) (4)
Pointe Technique III (TTh 12:45-1:45) (1)
Pointe Technique IV (TTh 12:45-1:45) (1)
Acting II (TTh 11:00-12:45) (3)
Acting II (MW 11:00-12:45) (3)
Acting II (TTh 1:30-3:00) (3)
Adv Acting II (TTh 2:00-3:45) (3)
Ballet VI (MTWTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Jazz Dance VI (MTWTh 5:00-6:15) (3)
Directing II (MWF 3:00-4:45) (3)
Mus Comedy Tech (TTh 4:00-5:30 (3)
Spec Theatre Proj (TBA) (1)
Spec Theatre Proj (TBA) (1)
Pointe Technique V (TTh 12:45-1:45) (1)
Pointe Technique VI (TTh 12:45-1:45) (1)
Playwriting (TTh 9:30-10:50) (2)
History of Dance II (F 2:00-5:00)
Theatre History II (MWF 9:00) (3)
Stage Mgt (T 1:00) (1)
Theatre Mgt (WF 9:00-10:30) (3)
Dramatic Arts Workshp (M 7:30-10:30) (3)
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Prin Econ II (MW 11:00) (3)
Prin Econ II (MW 11:00) (3)
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(MWF 1:00) (3)
(TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
(TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
(TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
(MWF 2:00) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
Labor Relations (MWF 2:00) (3)
Labor Relations (TTh 8:00-9:30)
Labor Relations (TTh 2:00-3:30)
Public Finance (TTh 9:30-11:00)
Statistical Anal II (MWF 8:00) (3)
Business Info Sys (TTh 11:00-12:30)
Financial Markets (MWF 9:00) (3)
Quantitative Methods (F 6:30-9:30) (3)
Anal of Business Environ (W 6:30-9:30)
Macroeconomics (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Statistical Methods (F 6:30-9:30) (3)
Business and Society (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
(3)
Motorcycle Safety
Motorcycle Safety
Motorcycle Safety
Motorcycle Safety
Motorcycle Safety
Highway Trans Sys
Traffic Law (TTh 12:00) (2)
Adv Driver Ed (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Meth Teach Dr & Tr Sa (MTWThF 9:00-10:30)(3)
K-12 Traf Saf for Tea (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Org & Dir Prog Dr T Sa (T 6:30-9:30)(3)
Current Prob Dr Tr Sa E (M 6:30-9: ?0)(3)
Readings Dr & Tra Sa (TBA) (2)
Readings Dr & Tra Sa (TBA) (2)
Extern Dr Tr S E (TBA) (2)
Extern Dr Tr S E (TBA) (2)
ETAD (Educ. Administration & Supervision)- 2 3
23 5334 1 Home Sch Com Relat (T 6:30-9:30) (2)
23 6400 1 Seminar-Supervision (M 6:30-9:30) (2)
23 6406 1 Elem Sch Admin (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
23 6409 1 Sec School Admin (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
23 6453 1 The Adult Learner (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
23 6454 1 Gerontolog Plann Ad Ed (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
23 6483 1 Intro to School Law (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
23 6484 1 Org & Admin Adult Ed (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
23 6487 1 Processes in Adult Ed (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
23 6490 1 Prob in Adult Educ (TBA) (3)
23 6491 1 Prob in Adult Educ (TBA) (3)
23 6989 1 Admin Intern in Ad Ed (TBA) (3)
23 6990 1 Admin Intern in Ad Ed (TBA) (3)
23 6991 1 Admin Intern-Sup Prac (TBA) (3)
23 6992 1 Admin Intern-Seminar (TBA) (3)
23 6993 1 Cur Inst Spec Int I (TBA) (3)
23 6994 1 Cur Inst Spec Int I (TBA) (3)
23 7408 1 Public Sch Admin (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
23 7411 1 Prob in Educ Admin (W 6:30-9:30) (2)
23 7429 1 Prob in Educ Superv (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
23 7460 1 Adv Public Relations (M 6:30-9:30) (2)
23 7470 1 Sch Business Manage (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
23 7521 1 Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
23 7522 1 Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
23 7523 1 Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
23 7991 1 Admin Intern Level II (TBA) (3)
23 7992 1 Ad Intshp Fid St L II (TBA) (3)
23 7993 1 Cur Instr Spec Int It (TBA) (3)
23 7994 1 Cur Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
EHLT (Environmental Health) - 2 4
First Six Weeks of Semester
ECON (Economics) - 2 2
2221131Prin EconI(MW 10:00)(3)
2221132Prin EconI(MW 10:00)(3)
2221133Prin EconI(MW 10:00)(3)
?221134Prin EconI(MW 10:00)(3)
2221135Prin EconT(Mfc 10:00)(3)
24 2100 1 Intro to Env Health
24 2100 2 Intro to Env Health
24 3100 1 Accident Prevention
24 3400 1 Liq Sol Waste Treat
24 3401 1 Liq Sol Waste Treat
24 3500 1 Prob in Env Health
24 3501 1 Prob in Env Health
24 3502 1 Prob in Env Health
24 3700 1 Occupational Health
24 4300 1 Inst & Rec Area San
24 6100 1 Elements Env Eng (M
(TTh 1:00) (2)
(T 6:30-8:30) (2)
(TTh 3:30-5:00) (2)
(MWF 1:00) (4)
L (W 2:00-5:00) (0)
(T 4:00) (1)
(TBA) (2)
(TBA) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
2:00-5:00) (3)
24 6200 1 Topics in Env Health (M 1:00) (1)
24 6300 1 Water & Sewer Sys Dev (Th 6:00-9:00) (3)
24 6501 1 Prob Resch Env Hlth (TBA) (2)
24 6502 1 Prob Resch Env Hlth (TBA) (2)
24 6995 1 Thesis (TBA) (3)
ELEM (Elementary Education) - 2 5
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Remedial Reading (MW 1:00) (0)
Intro to Educ (MWF 8:00) (3)
Intro to Educ (MWF 9:00) (3)
Intro to Educ (MWF 11:00) (3)
Intro to Educ (MWF 2:00) (3)
Early Child Curricul (MWF 11:00) (3)
Early Child Curricul (MWF 1:00) (3)
Lang Arts UEG (TTh 9:00-11:00) (4)
Lang Arts LEG (MW 8:00-10:00) (4)
Lang Arts LEG (MW 9:00-11:00) (4)
Lang Arts LEG (TTh 12:00-2:00) (4)
Fund of Reading (TTh 9:30-11:45) (3)
Fund of Reading (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Fund of Reading (MWF 12:00) (3)
Fund of Reading (MWF 1:00) (3)
Diag-Presc Tchg Rdg (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Diag-Presc Tchg Rdg (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Mat Meth Kind Educ (MTWThF 8:00)(2)(111-215)
Mat Meth Kind Educ (MTWThF 11:00)(2)
(111-215)
Teh Lrn & Test LEG (MTWThF 10:00-12:15) (4)
(lH-215)
Teh Lrn & Test LEG (MTWThF 12:00-2:15)
(111-215)
Teh Lrn & Test LEG (MTWThF 12:00-2:15)
(111-215)
Teh Lrn & Test UEG (MTWThF 1:00-4:00) (6)
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Obs & Stu Teh Kind (TBA)
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Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA)
Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG
(111-215)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(8)
(TBA)
Prob In Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob In Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob In Educ (TBA) (1)
Soc Studies In Elem S (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Teh Eval Er Chi Ed (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Read Remed & Prac (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Applied Phonics (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Applied Phonics (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Read Jr & Sr Hi Sch (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Prob Lo Elem Gr (TBA) (3)
Prob Upper Elem Gr (TBA) (3)
Read-The Learn Bases (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Foundations of Read (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Rem Of Read Dis (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Elem Sch Curr (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Org & Manag Read Prog (TBA) (3)
Adv Lang Arts Elem Sc (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (8)
ENGL (English) - 2 6
26 1100 1 Composition
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26 1200 79 Composition
TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
MWF 8:00) (3)
MWF 10:00) (3)
MWF 11:00) (3)
TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
MWF 11:00) (3)
MWF 1:00) (3)
MWF 2:00) (3)
TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
MWF 8:00) (3)
MWF 8:00) (3)
MWF 8:00) (3)
MWF 8:00) (3)
TTh 8:00-9:15)
TTh 8:00-9:
TTh 8:00-9:
TTh 8:00-9:15)
TTh 8:00-9:15)
TTh 8:00-9:15)
TTh 8:00-9:15)
TTh 9:30-10:45)
TTh
15)
15)
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(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
9:30-10:45) (3)
TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
MWF 9:00) (3)
MWF 9:00) (3)
MWF 10:00) (3)
MWF 10:00)
MWF 11:00)
MWF 11:00)
MWF 12:00)
MWF 12:00)
MWF 12:00)
MWF 12:00)
MWF 12:00)
MWF 12:00)
MWF 12:00)
MWF 1:00)
:MWF 1:00)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
MWF 1:00)
MWF 1:00)
MWF 2:00)
MWF 2:00)
MWF 2:00)
MWF 2:00)
TTh 12:30-1:45)
TTh 12:30-1:45)
TTh 12:30-1:45)
TTh 12:30-1:45)
TTh 2:00-3:15)
TTh 2:00-3:15)
TTh 2:00-3:15)
TTh 2:00-3:15)
TTh 3:30-4:45)
TTh 3:30-4:45)
TTh 3:30-4:45)
TTh 3:30-4:45)
TTh 9:30-10:45)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
TTh 12:30-1:45)
MWF 11:00) (3)
MWF 9:00) (3)
TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
MWF 10:00) (3)
MWF 1:00) (3)
MWF 2:00) (3)
MWF 8:00) (3)
MWF 9:00) (3)
MWF 12:00) (3)
MWF 10:00) (3)
MWF 10:00) (3)
MWF 11:00) (3)
TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
MWF 10:00) (3)
MWF 11:00) (3)
MWF 1:00) (3)
MWF 10:00) (3)
MWF 9:00) (3)
TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
MWF 9:00) (3)
MWF 9:00) (3)
MWF 10:00) (3)
MWF 8:00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
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26 1200
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26 2123
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Composition (MWF 1:00) (3)
Composition (MWF 2:00) (3)
Composition (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Composition (MWF 12:00) (3)
Major British Writers (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Major British Writers (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Major British Writers (MWF 9:00) (3)
Erly Exper Prosp Tchr (M 10:00) (1)
Major Amer Writers (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(T 6:30-9:30) (3)
(MWF
(MWF
10:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(TTh 9:30-10:45)
(MWF 8:00) (3)
(TTh 12:30-1:45)
(TTh 9:30-10:45)
Major Amer Writers
Major Amer Writers
Major Amer Writers
Major Amer Writers
Major Amer Writers
Major Amer Writers
Major Amer Writers
Major Amer Writers
Major Amer Writers
Major Amer Writers (MWF 11:00) (3)
Major Amer Writers (TTh 11:00-12:15)
Recent Brit Am Writer (T 6:30-9:30)
Recent Brit Am Writer (W 6:30-9:30)
English Grammar (MWF 1:00) (3)
Gram Ling Elem Maj (MWF 8:00) (3)
Gram Ling Elem Maj
Gram Ling Elem Maj
Gram Ling Elem Maj
Gram Ling Elem Maj
Black Lit America (TTh 11:00-12:15)
North Europe Mythol (MWF 12:00) (3)
Classical Mythology (MWF 8:00) (3)
American Folklore (MWF 9:00) (3)
American Folklore (MWF 11:00) (3)
American Folklore (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(TTh 9:30-10:45)
(3)
(3)
American Folklore
American Folklore
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
American Folklore (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
American Folklore (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
American Folklore (MWF 9:00) (3)
Human Values in Liter (MWF 12:00) (3)
Bible as Literature (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Adv English Grammar (MWF 9:00) (3)
Adv Composition (MWF 9:00) (3)
Intro Poetry Writing (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Intro Fiction Writing (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Intro Non Fiction Writ (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Writ Bus & Industry (MWF 8:00) (3)
Medieval Lit (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Engl Renaissance (MWF 12:00) (3)
Shakespeare Comedies (MWF 11:00) (3)
Shakespeare Tragedies (MWF 10:00) (3)
The Romantic Period (MWF 9:00) (3)
Victorian Lit (MWF 10:00) (3)
Amer Lit: 1865-1920 (MWF 12:00) (3)
Teaching Engl High Sc (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Dir Readings (TBA) (3)
Dir Readings (TBA) (3)
Senior Honors Sem (TBA) (3)
Senior Honors Sem (TBA) (3)
Prac Careers in Writ (TBA) (3)
Prac Careers in Writ (TBA) (6)
Film Lit and Hist II (MW 2:00-4:00) (3)
Lit for Children (MWF 9:0) (3)
Lit for Children (MWF 1:00) (3)
Lit for High School (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Engl Novel Scott-Hardy (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
South Region Writ (MWF 9:00) (3)
Amer Novel: 1800-1920 (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Contemporary Drama (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Contemporary Poetry (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Ling and Cultural His (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Descript Ling (MWF 11:00) (3)
Adv Fiction Writ (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
Adv Non Fiction Writ (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Adv Editing (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Adv Writ Bus (, Ind (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
16th C Eng Lit (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Spenser (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Studies in Shakespeare (MWF 10:00)
Age of Pope (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Whitman (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Amer Realism (TTh 3:30-4:45)
Mod Brit Novel (T 6:30-9:30)
Old English (MWF 11:00) (3)
Teaching Internship (TBA) (4)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (0)
(3)
(3)
(3)
FINA (Finance) - 2 7
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Financial Mgmt (MWF 8:00) (3)
Financial Mgmt (MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
(TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
(TTh 2:00-3:30) (3)
(TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
investments (MWF 1:00) (3)
Sec Anal & Port Mgt (MWF 10:00) (3)
Financial Mgmt II (MWF 9:00) (3)
Financial Mgmt I (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Financial Mgmt II (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Financial Mgmt
Financial Mgmt
Financial Mgmt
Financial Mgmt
Financial Mgmt
Financial Mgmt
FREW (French) - 2 8
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Elem French (MWF 9:00) (3)
Elem French (MWF 11:00) (3)
Elem French (MWF 12:00) (3)
Elem French (MWF 8:00) (3)
Elem French (MWF 9:00) (3)
Elem French (MWF 10:00) (3)
Elem French (MWF 11:00) (3)
Elem French (MWF 12:00) (3)
Elem French (MWF 1:00) (3)
Inter French (MWF 9:00) (3)
Inter French (MWF 10:00) (3)
Inter French (MWF 11:00) (3)
Inter French (MWF 12:00) (3)
Inter French (MWF 9:00) (3)
Inter French (MWF 10:00) (3)
Inter French (MWF 12:00) (3)
Inter French (MWF
1:00) (3)
Contemporary France (TTh 12:30-1:30) (2)
French Civilization (TTh 2:00) (2)
Erly Exper Prosp Tchr (W 2:00) (1)
French Lit 1718 Cent (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
French Lit 1920 Cent (MWF 12:00) (3)
Spec Topics Fren Stud (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
GED6 (Geography) - 2 9
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Western Europe (MWF 9:00) (3)
Horth Carolina (TTh 11:00) (2)
Cartography (TTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
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Research Cartography (TBA) (3)
Research Physical (TBA) (3)
Research Geog Ed (TBA) (3)
Readings (TBA) (3)
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1 Historical Geology (MWF 10:00) (3)
1 Historical Geology Lab (M 12:00-3:00) (1)
2 Historical Geology Lab (T 3:00-6:00) (1)
1 Envir Geology (TTh 10:00-12:00) (4)
1 Geol Nat Parks (MWF 10:00) (4)
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1 Petrology (MW 11:00) (4)
1 Petrology Lab (TW 3:00-6:00) (0)
1 Intro Field Meth (M 1:00) (2)
1 Intro Field Meth Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
1 Oceanography (TTh 1:00) (2)
1 Paleontology (MWF 9:00) (3)
1 Paleontology Lab (Th 3:00-6:00) (0)
1 Stratigraphy (TTh 9:00) (3)
1 Stratigraphy Lab (T 12:00-3:00) (0)
1 Optical Mineralogy (TTh 10:00) (3)
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1 Rd in Selected Geol Topics (TBA) (1)
1 Rd in Selected Geol Topics (TBA) (2)
1 Tectonic Anal (TTh 12:00) (2)
1 Phosphate & the Envir (TBA) (1)
1 Sem on Petroleum Geol (TBA) (1)
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31 . 1 Erly Exper Prosp Tchr (W 2:00) (1)
31 2215 1 PhonOral Practice (TTh 9:30-10:30) (2)
31 3108 1 Conversational.German (MWF 10:00) (3)
31 3232 1 Classicism-Realism (MWF 12:00) (3)
31 4367 1 20th Century Drama (MWF 1:00) (3)
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World Hist to 1500 (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
World Hist to 1500 (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
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Hist Eur Since 1500 (MWF 11:00) (3)
Hist Eur Since 1500 (MWF 12:00) (3)
Amer Hist to 1877 (MWF 8:00) (3)
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Amer Hist Since 1877 (MWF 12:00) (3)
Amer Hist Since 1877 (MWF 1:00) (3)
Amer Hist Since 1877 (MWF 1:00) (3)
Amer Hist Since 1877 (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Amer Hist Since 1877 (MWF 11:00) (3)
Hist Eur Since 1500 (MWF 11:00) (3)
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Women in Amer Hist (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Women in Amer Hist (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Gr Eur Person Hist (MWF 11:00) (3)
Ec Hist US Si 1865 (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Represen Amer II (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
No Carolina Hist (MWF 10:00) (3)
No Carolina Hist (MWF 11:00) (3)
No Carolina Hist (MWF 12:00) (3)
No Carolina Hist (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Hist of Black Amer (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Hist of Black Amer (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Prob Amer Hist (MWF 9:00) (3)
Colon Am to 1763 (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
US Since 1945 (MWF 10:00) (3)
Hist F E Since 1600 (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Ltn Am Hist Si 1808 (MWF 11:00) (3)
Mat Meth Soc Stud (MTWTh 9:00-11:00)
Hist of Mod Germany (TTh 9:30-10:45)
Hist of Mod France (MWF 1:00) (3)
Eng Hist Since 1603 (MWF 9:00) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
Directed Readings (TBA) (1)
Honors (TBA) (3)
Am Soc Cul to 1787 (MWF 1:00) 3)
Ancient Near East (MWF 12:00) (3)
Reformation 1450-1598 (Th 6:30-9:30)
Dip hTs Moo Asia (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
?iPd Lab St Mu. Hi. (W 3:00-6:00) (3
Prsm in Prog Movement (TTh 11:00-12.15)
Pr" 20th Cen Eur Hi (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Seiner Jer Hist (MWF 2:00) (3)
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Hlth Mod Soc (WF 12:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (MW 12:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (TTh 1:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (MW 2:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (TTh 2:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (MW 3:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (TTh 3:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (TTh 3:00) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (T 6:30-8:30) (2)
Int & Or Teh Hlth (T 6:30-9:30) (2)
Safety & F A (MW 9:00) (2)
Safety & F A (TTh 9:00) (2)
Safety & F A (MW 10:00) (2)
Safety & F A (TTh 11:00) (2)
Safety & F A (MW 12:00) (2)
Safety & F A (TTh 1:00) (2)
Safety & F A (MW 1:00) (2)
Found Spts Med (MWF 8:00-10:00) (2)
Spts Med Prac (TTh 10:00-12:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Com Sch (TTh 8:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Com Sch (MW 9:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Com Sch (WF 10:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Com Sch (TTh 11:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Con Sch (TTh 1:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Com Sch (MW 2:00) (2)
Prac Hlth Com Sch (M 6:30-8:30) (2)
Adm Sch Com Hlth (MWF 9:00-12:00) (2)
Org Ad Tech Sprts Med (TTh 8:00) (3)
Meth Teh Hlth (MWF 1:00) (3)
Hlth Educ Prob (MWF 10:00) (3)
Hlth Educ Prob (MWF 1:00) (3)
Indp Study (TBA) (3)
Drug Ed (T 2:00) (3)
Drug Ed Tchrs (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
Block Course Ends February 15, 1980
HOte (Home Economics) - 3 4
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I (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
I (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
Clothing" Constr II (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
Clothing Constr II (TTh 9:30-12:00) (1)
Clothing Constr III TTh 9?30-12:00) (1)
Clothing Constr III (TTh 9:30-12:00)
Intro to Home Eco (F 8:00) (1)
Family Relations (MWF 8:00) (3)
(TTh 8:00-9:15)
(TTh 2:00-3:15)
Food Lab
Clothing Constr
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Preach Internship Lab (MF 9:00-12:00) (0)
Preach Internship Lab (TTh 1:00-4:00) (0)
Adv Presch Intern (W 8:00) (3)
Adv Presch Lab (MWF 1:00-4:00) (0)
Research in Child Dev (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Theories of Child Dev (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Seminar Family Rel (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Evaluation in Home Ec (W 5:00-8:00) (3)
Research in Home Econ (M 5:00-8:00) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Internship Chid Spec I (M 3:00) (3)
Internship Chid Spec II (M 3:00) (3)
Internship Cloth & Tex (TBA) (3)
Internship Cloth & Tex (TBA) (3)
Internship Home Ec Education (TBA) (3)
Internship Home Ec Education (TBA) (3)
Internship Food & Nut (TBA) (3)
Internship Food & Nut (TBA) (3)
Internship Housing Mgt (TBA) (3)
Internship Housing Mgt (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
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(TTh 9:30) (1)
(TTh 9:30) (1)
(TTh 12:30) (1)
(TTh 12:30) (1)
(TTh 12:30) (1)
(TTh 2:00) (1)
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2 Comm Hlth & Org (M 6:30-8:30) (2)
1 Adm Sup Cons Hlth Pr (F 9:00-12:00) (3)
2 Adm Sup Cons Hlth Pr (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
1 Neuroanatomy (MT 8:00-9:30) (3)
1 Neuroanatomy Lab (WF 8:00) (0)
1 Research Design (T 7:00-9:00) (2)
2 Research Design (TTh 9:00-11:00) (2)
1 Medical Sciences II (MWF 3:30-5:00) (4)
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HSEM (Honors Seminar) - 3 6
Family Relations
Family Relations
Family Relations
Nutrition (MWF 9
Nutrition (MWF 11:00) (3)
Nutrition (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Sanitation & Safety (TTh 8:00-9:15) (2)
Consumer Affairs (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Consumer Affairs (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Textiles (TTh 10:00) (2)
Fashion Fundamentals (MWF 10:00) (3)
Fashion Fundamentals (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Interiors (TTh 11:00) (2)
Interiors Lab (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
Interiors Lab (Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
Interiors Lab (F 8:00-11:00) (1)
Infancy (MWF 12:00) (3)
Preschool Child (TTh 11:00) (3)
Preschool Child Lab (TTh 10:00) (0)
Preschool Child Lab (TTh 2:00) (0)
Clothing & Human Beh (MWF 9:00) (3)
Management & Theory (MWF 9:00) (3)
Housing (MWF 12:00) (3)
Adv Food (MW 11:00) (3)
Adv Food Lab (F 10:00-1:00) (0)
Adv Nutrition (MWF 8:00) (3)
Fashion Merchandising (MWF 11:00) (3)
Furn Constr Analysis (W 1:00) (3)
Furn Constr Lab (MF 1:00) (0)
Contemporary Housing (F 10:00) (3)
Cont Housing Lab (MW 10:00-12:00) (0)
Cont Housing Lab (TTh 2:00-4:00) (0)
Consumer Equipment (MW 8:00) (3)
Consumer Equip Lab (T 8:00-11:00) (0)
Consumer Equip Lab (Th 8:00-11:00) (0)
HE Community Services (TBA) (3)
Community Ser Prac (TBA) (8)
Dir Beh of Children (MWF 9:00) (3)
Preschool Meth & Mat (TTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
Clinical Diet I Lab (W 2:00-5:00) (1)
Clinical Dietetics (MWF 2:00) (4)
Clinical Dietetics Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
Food Service Mgt (F 10:00-12:00) (4)
Food Service Mgt Lab (MW 10:00-1:00) (0)
Quantity Food (Th 10:00-12:00) (3)
Quantity Food Lab (T 10:00-1:00) (0)
Textiles in Home Furn (W 4:00) (3)
Textiles Furn Lab (T 1:00-5:00) (0)
Textiles Furn Lab (Th 1:00-5:00) (0)
Seminar (M 8:00) (1)
Display Tex & Furn (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
Mgt of Resources (F 11:00) (3)
Mgt Resources Lab (TTh 11:00-1:00) (0)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Read in Home Ec (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in F & N (TBA) (4)
Field Exper in F & N (TBA) (4)
Housing & Mgt Work Exp (F 8:00) (3)
Spec Prob in HE (TBA) (1)
Spec Prob in HE (TBA) (1)
Mid Grade Occu Clustr (T 5:00-8:00) (3)
Exper Food Study (T 2:00-4:00) (3)
Exper Food Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (0)
Masculine-Fern Roles (MWF 12:00) (3)
Occup Prog in HE (M-F 10:00-12:00) (3)
Human Dev & Fam Rel (W 2:00-5:00) (3)
Apparel Design I (MW 1:00-3:30) (3)
Adult Education (TTh 8:00) (2)
Adult Education (M 6:30-9:30) (2)
Nutrition Education (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Food Service Equipment (MWF 9:00) (3)
Cultural Fd Patterns (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Obesity & Nutrition (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
Adv Quantity Fd Mgt (T 5:00) (3)
Adv Quantity Mgt Lab (T 6:00-9:00) (0)
Economic Problems (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Adm Child Dev Centers (M 1:00-4:00) (3)
Preschool Internship (W 8:00) (3)
Presch Internship Lab (MK 9:00-12:00) (
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Presch Internship Lab (WF 9:00-12:00) (0)
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2 Philosophy (TBA) (3)
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Sampling Techniques (MWF 9:00) (3)
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Graphic Arts I (TTh
Graphic Arts I (MWF
Fund of Electronics
Fund of Electronics
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(Th 8:00-11:00) (2)
(TTh 8:00-11:00) (4)
(MWF 10:00-12:00) (4)
(MWF 1:00-3:00) (4)
(TTh 2:00-5:00) (4)
8:00-10:00) (4)
8:00-11:00) (4)
1:00-3:00) (4)
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January 15 - February 28, 1980
March 3 - April 28, 1980
Research Skills (TTh 8:00)
Research Skills
Research Skills
Research Skills
Research Skills
Research Skills
Research Skills
Research Skills
Research Skills
Research Skills
Research Skills
Research Skills
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Met & Mat in Med Prog (MTWTh 2:00-4:00)
Found of Lib Sci (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Intro to Reference (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Catlaoging & Class (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Mats for Child (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Lib Admin & Manage (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Collection Build (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Storytelling (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
Organ Special Mats (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Techn Serv (TTh 3:30-5:00) (3)
Govt Publications (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Hist Bks & Lib Sci (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Read Guid Adults (MW 5:00-6:30) (3)
Adv Reference (MWF 9:00) (3)
Adv Cat & Class (M 2:00-5:00) (3)
Sem Lib Auto (Th 6:30-8:30) (2)
Res Meth Lib Sci (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Readings Lib Sci (TBA) (1)
Internship (TBA) (2)
(3)
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Class meets January 14 - February 15,
1980
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(0)
Fund of Electronics Lab (F 8:00-10:00) (0)
Fund of Electronics Lab (M 10:00-12:00) (0)
Construction Tech I (F 8:00-10:00) (4)
Construction Tech I Lab (MW 8:00-10:00) (0)
Construction Tech
Construction Tech
I Lab (TTh 8:00-10:00) (0)
I Lab (WF 10:00-12:00) (0)
Metals lech I (M 10:00-12:00) (4)
Metals Tech I (M 1:00-3:00) (4)
Metals Tech I Lab (WF 10:00-12:00) (0)
Metals Tech I Lab (TTh 10:00-12:00) (0)
Metals Tech I Lab (WF 1:00-3:00) (0)
Metals Tech I Lab (TTh 1:00-3:00) (0)
Power Tech (M 1:00-3:00) (4)
Power Tech Lab (TTh 10:00-12:00) (0)
Power Tech Lab (TTh 1:00-3:00) (0)
Power Tech Lab (WF 1:00-3:00) (0)
Engineer Graphics II (MW 8:00-10:00) (3)
Graphic Arts II (TTh 2:00-4:30) (3)
Mot-Gen PrinDig Sy (TTh 10:00-12:00) (3)
Construction Tech II (M 1:00-3:00) (3)
Construction Tech II Lab (W 1:00-3:00) (0)
Metals Tech II (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Early ExpProsp Teacher (TBA) (1)
Arch Drafting (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
Construction Tech III (T 10:00-12:00) (3)
Construction Tech III Lab (Th 10:00-12:00)
Metals Tech III (TTh 8:00-10:00) (3)
Supv Work Exp (TBA) (2)
Supv Work Exp (TBA) (2)
Industrial Prod (M 8:00) (2)
Industrial Prod Lab (W 8:00-10:00) (0)
Industrial Prod Lab (F 8:00-10:00) (0)
Ind Maint Prac (M 12:00) (2)
Ind Maint Prac Lab (W 12:00-2:00) (0)
Ind Maint Prac Lab (F 12:00-2:00) (0)
Eval in Ind Ed (M-F 10:00-11:35) (3)
Tech Writing (TTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
Ind Safety (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Prin of Ind Train (MWF 11:00) (3)
Lab Plan & Layout (TTh 3:00-4:15) (3)
Job Anal ProcApp (MWF 12:00) (3)
Industrial Supv (MWF 9:00) (3)
Methods in Indt (MWF 2:00) (3)
Managing Lab Progs (M-F 8:00-9:35) (3)
Mid Grades Occ Exp (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Ind StdyGraph Comm (TBA) (3)
Ind StdyVisual Comm (TBA) (3)
Ind StdyElec Comm (TBA) (3)
Ind StdyConst (TBA) (3)
Ind StdyMfg (TBA) (3)
Hist & Phil Ind Ed (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Plan Ind & Tech Ed (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Ind Ed Appren (TBA) (3)
Spec ProbInd Ed (TBA) (3)
Spec InvestInd Ed (TBA) (3)
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Intro to Mass Media (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Basic Reporting (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Copy Edit and Make-Up (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Feature Writing (MWF 9:00) (3)
Press and Society (MWF 10:00) (3)
Directed Read (TBA) (3)
Directed Read (TBA) (3)
Special Prob Seminar (MWF 11:00)
Pract Careers in Writ (TBA) (3)
Pract Careers in Writ (TBA)
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(6)
LAIN (Latin) -10
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1 Elem Latin (MWF 11:00) (3)
1 Elem Latin (MWF 9:00) (3)
2 Elem Latin (MWF 1:00) (3)
1 Inter Latin (MWF 10:00) (3)
1 Intar Latin (MWF 12:00) (3)
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6 Research Skills (MW 11:00) (1)
7 Research Skills (MW 12:00) (1)
8 Research Skills (MW 12:00) (1)
9 Research Skills (MW 1:00) (1)
10 Research Skills (MW 1:00) (1)
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Math Learning Lab
Math Learning Lab
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College Algebra (MTWThF 8:00)
College Algebra (MTWThF 8:00)
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(TTh 8:00-9:15)
(MWF 9:00) (0)
(TTh 9:30-10:45)
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(MWF 11:00) (0)
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College Algebra (MTWThF 10:00) (3)
College Algebra (MTWThF 12:00) (3)
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College Algebra (MWF 11:00) (3)
College Algebra (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
College Algebra (MWF 12:00) (3)
College Algebra (MWF 12:00) (3)
College Algebra (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
College Algebra (MWF 1:00) (3)
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Applied Trig (TTh 1:00) (2)
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Plane Trig (MWF 3:00) (3)
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Plane Trig (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Plane Trig (MWF 1:00) (3)
Plane Trig (MWF 2:00) (3)
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Basic Con Math II (TTh 8:00) (2)
Basic Con Math II (TTh 10:00) (2)
Basic Con Math II (TTh 11:00) (2)
Basic Con Math II (TTh 2:00) (2)
Adv Cone Mod Math I (MWF 8:00) (3)
Calculus I (MTWTh 10:00) (4)
Calculus I (MTWTh 12:00) (4)
Calculus II (MTWTh 10:00) (4)
Calculus II (MTWTh 12:00) (4)
Calculus III (MTWTh 11:00) (4)
Calculus III (MTWTh 12:00) (4)
Integr Calculus I (MTWThF 10:00) (5)
Integr Calculus I (MTWThF 11:00) (5)
Integr Calculus II (MTWThF 10:00) (5)
Integr Calculus II (MTWThF 11:00) (5)
Tech Elem Math (TTh 8:00) (3)
Tech Elem Math (TTh 9:00) (3)
Tech Elem Math (TTh 10:00) (3)
Tech Elem Math (TTh 11:00) (3)
Tech Elem Math (TTh 1:00) (3)
Tech Elem Math (MWF 8:00) (0)
Tech Elem Math (MWF 9:00) (0)
Tech Elem Math (MWF 10:00) (0)
Tech Elem Meth (MWF 11:00) (0)
Tech Elem Math (MWF 1:00) (0)
Tech Elem Math 4-9 (TTh 12:00)
Tech Elem Math 4-9
Elem Statia Math I
Elem Statia Math I
Elem Statia Math I
Elem Statls Math I
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(MWF 8:00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
(MWF 12:00) (3)
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Intro Mod Alge (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Math Statis I (MWF 1:00) (3)
Math Statis II (MWF 1:00) (3)
Math Honors (TBA) (1)
Differential Equat (MWF 8:00) (3)
Math Honors (TBA) (1)
Mod Math Ele Teh I (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Hist Dev of Math (MTWThF 3:30-6:00) (2)
Non-Euclid Geom (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Modern Algebra I (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Real Variables II (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Math Physics II (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Intro Topology II (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Statist Theory II (MWF 11:00) (3)
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1 Clin Hemat II (TBA) (2)
1 Clin Hemat II Lab (TBA) (2)
1 Seminar (F 1:00-3:00) (1)
1 Clin Immunol & Sero (TBA) (2)
1 Clin Immunol & Sero Lab (TBA) (0)
1 Clin Educ II (MTWThF 8:00-5:00) (8)
1 Genl Clin Educ (TBA) (1)
1 Clin Chem II (TBA) (3)
1 Clin Chem II Lab (TBA) (1)
1 Clin Micro I (TBA) (4)
1 Clin Micro II Lab (TBA) (2)
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3016
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3021
3025
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Med Term Lab (F 11:00) (0)
Med Rec Sci II (MTWThF 9:00) (5)
Med Rec Sci II Lab (TTh 10:00) (0)
Med Legal Aspects (MWF 10:00) (3)
Dir Practice (T 1:00-5:00) (1)
Dir Practice (T 1:00-5:00) (1)
Dir Practice (Th 1:00-5:00) (1)
Dir Practice (Th 1:00-5:00) (1)
Prob of Med Rec Adm (MW 2:00-4:00)
Clin Internship (TBA) (6)
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Opera Theatre (TTh 4:00-6:00)
Opera Theatre (TTh 4:00-6:00)
Opera Theatre (TTh 4:00-6:00)
Opera Theatre (TTh 4:00-6:00)
Opera Theatre (TTh 4:00-6:00)
Concert Choir (MTWTh 2:00) (1)
Concert Choir (MTWTh 2:00) (1)
Concert Choir (MTWTh 2:00) (1)
Concert Choir (MTWTh 2:00) (1)
Concert Choir (MTWTh 2:00) (1)
University Chorale (MTWTh 1:00)
University Chorale (MTWTh 1:00)
University Chorale (MTWTh 1:00)
University Chorale (MTWTh 1:00)
Men's Glee Club (MWF 12:00) (1)
Men's Glee Club (MWF 12:00) (1)
Men's Glee Club (MWF 12:00) (1)
Men's Glee Club (MWF 12:00) (1)
Women's Chorus (MW 3:00) (1)
Women's Chorus (MW 3:00) (1)
Uomen'a Chorus (MW 3:00) (1)
Women's Chorus (MW 3:00") (1)
Women's Glee Club (MWF 12:00)
Women's Glee Club (MWF 12:00)
Women's Glee Club (MWF 12:00)
Women's Glee Club (MWF 12:00)
Concert Band (MW 4:00) (1)
Concert Band (MW 4:00) (1)
Concert Band (MW 4:00) (1)
Concert Band (MW 4:00) (1)
Symphonic Band (MWF 3:00) (1)
Symphonic Band (MWF 3:00)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
:00)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
7:30-10:00)
(i)
(1)
(1)
CHAMBER GROUPS
46 1805
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Symphonic Band (MWF 3:
Symphonic Band (MWF 3:00)
Wind Ens (MTWTh 1:00) (1)
Wind Ens (MTWTh 1:00)
Wind Ens (MTWTh 1:00)
Wind Ens (MTWTh 1:00)
Wind Ens (MTWTh 1:00)
Svmphony Orchestra (T
Symphony Orchestra (T 7:30-10:00) (1)
Symphony Orchestra (T 7:30-10:00) (1)
Symphony Orchestra (T 7:30-10:00)
Symphony Orchestra (T 7:30-10:00)
Symp Orch Lab (TTh 4:00) (0)
Symp Orch Lab (TTh 4:00) (0)
Symp Orch Lab (TTh 4:00) (0)
Symp Orch Lab (TTh 4:00) (0)
Symp Orch Lab (TTh 4:00) (0)
Chamber Music (Strings) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Strings) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Strings) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Strings) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Strings) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Strings) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Strings) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (STRINGS) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Strings) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Strings) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber Music (Woodwinds) (TBA) (1)
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
(Woodwinds)
(Perc) (TTh
(Perc) (TTh
(Perc) (TTh
(Perc) (TTh
(Perc) (TTh
(Perc) (TTh
(Perc) (TTh
(Perc) (TTh
(Perc) (TTh
(Perc) (TTh
(Sax) (TBA)
(Sax) (TBA)
(Sax) (TBA)
(Sax) (TBA)
(Sax) (TBA)
(Collegium)
(Collegium)
(Collegium)
(Collegium)
(Collegium)
(Jazz) (T 3
(Jazz) (T 3
(Jazz) (T 3
(Jazz) (T 3
(Jazz) (T 3
(Jazz) (M 2
. continued
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(TBA) (1)
2:00) (')
2:00) (1)
2:00) (1)
2:00) (1)
2:00) (1)
9:00) (1)
9:00) (1)
9:00) (1)
9:00) (1)
9:00) (1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(Th 7:30-9:00)
(Th 7:30-9:00)
(Th 7:30-9:00)
(Th 7:30-9:00)
(Th 7:30-9:00)
:00) (1)
:00) (1)
:00) (1)
:00) (1)
:00) (1)
:00) (1)
2
2
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1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Chamber
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
Music
(Jazz)
(Jazz)
(Jazz)
(Jazz)
(Brass)
(Brass)
(Brass)
(Brass)
(Brass)
(Brass)
(Brass)
(Brass)
(Brass)
(Brass)
(Keyboard)
(Keyboard)
(Keyboard)
(Keyboard)
(Keyboard)
(M 2:00)
(M 2:00)
(M 2:00)
(M 2:00)
(F 1:00)
(F 1:00)
(F 1:00)
(F 1:00)
(F 1:00)
(TBA) (1)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(TBA)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
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46 1105 1
46 1115 1
46 1115 2
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46 6927
Chamber Music
Recital (Th 3
Beg Piano Grp
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(T 5:00) (.
(T 5:00) (1)
(T 5:00) (1)
(I 5:00) (1)
(T 5:00) (1)
(Contemporary)(W 8:00-10:00)(1)
(Contemporary)(W 8:00-10:00)(1)
(Contemporary)(W 8:00-10:00)(1)
(Contemporary)(W 8:00-10:00)(1)
(Contemporary)(W 8:00-10:00)(1)
(Vocal) (TBA) (1)
(Vocal) (TBA) (1)
(Vocal) (TBA) (1)
(Vocal) (TBA) (1)
(Vocal) (TBA) (1)
00) (0)
(MW 1:00) (1)
Beg Piano Grp (TTh 8:00) (1)
Beg Piano Grp (MW 9:00) (1)
Beg Piano Grp
Beg Piano Grp
(TTh 9:00) (1)
(MW 11:00) (1)
Beg Piano Grp (TTh 2:00) (1)
Basic Musicianship (MTWTh 1:00)
Basic Musicianship (MTWTh 9:00)
Basic Musicianship
Compre Music Lab
Compre Music Lab
Compre Music Lab
(MTWTh 9:00) (4)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
Int Piano Grp
Int Piano Grp
Int Piano Grp
Int Piano Grp
(1)
(1)
(TTh 2:00) (1)
(MW 3:00) (1)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(1)
(4)
(A)
(MTWTh 9:00) (4)
Basic Musicianship (MTWTh 11:00) (4)
Basic Musicianship (MTWTh 11:00) (4)
Basic Musicianship
Beg Voice Grp (TTh 12:00) (1)
Beg Voice Grp (TTh 2:00) (1)
Beg Voice Grp (MW 1:00) (1)
Composition (W 10:00) (1)
Compre Music Lab (TTh 10:00)
(TTh 10:00)
(TTh 10:00)
(TTh 10:00)
Compre Music Lab (TTh 8:00) (1)
Compre Music Lab (TTh 10:00) (1)
Woodwind Grp (MW 12:00) (1)
Woodwind Grp (TTh 12:00) (1)
Mus Hist & Lit (MW 8:00) (2)
Woodwind Grp (TTh 8:00) (1)
Woodwind Grp (MW 2:00) (1)
Woodwind Grp (TTh 2:00) (1)
Brass Grp (MW 9:00) (1)
Brass Grp (TTh 12:00) (1)
Percussion Grp (TTh 8:00) (1)
Percussion Grp (TTh 12:00) (1)
Int Piano Grp (TTh 11:00) (1)
(MW 1:00) (1)
(MW 9:00) (1)
(MW 10:00) (1)
(TTh 10:00) (1)
Int Piano Grp (TTh 1:00) (1)
Int Piano Grp (MW 2:00) (1)
Int Piano Grp (TTh 1:00) (1)
Erly Exper Prosp Tchr (T 8:00)
Erly Exper Prosp Tchr (T 800)
Basic Keyboard Skills II
Basic Keyboard Skills II
Basic Musicianship (MWF 9:00) (3)
Basic Musicianship (MWF 10:00) (3)
Basic Musicianship (MWF 12:00)
Basic Musicianship (MWF 11:00)
Basic Musicianship (MWF 12:00)
Music Appreciation (WF 12:00) (2)
Music Appreciation (TTh 12:00) (2)
Orchestral Music (TTh 1:00) (2)
Music of World Peopl (TTh 12:00) (2)
Hist of Jazz Muse (TTh 12:00) (2)
String Grp (TTh 8:00) (1)
String Grp (TTh 9:00) (1)
Composition (T 11:00) (2)
Compre Music Lab (MW 10:00) (1)
Compre Music Lab (TTh 11:00) (1)
Compre Music Lab (TTh 11:00)
Compre Music Lab (TTh 11:00)
Compre Music Lab (TTh 11:00)
Mus Hist & Lit (MW 8:00) (2)
Accompanying (W 5:00) (1)
Accompanying (T 3:00) (1)
Accompanying (W 6:00) (1)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 8:00)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 9:00)
Basic Music Skills
Basic Music Skills
Basic Music Skills (MWF 11:00) (3)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 12:00) (3)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 1:00) (3)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 2:00) (3)
Basic Music Skills (MWF 3:00) (3)
ME in Elem Grd (TTh 9:00) (2)
ME in Elem Grd (TTh 10:00) (2)
ME Interm Grd (TTh 11:00) (2)
Music Except Child (TTh 10:00) (2)
Music Except Child (TTh 12:00) (2)
Music Except Child (TTh 1:00) (2)
Func Guitar Class (M 6:30-8:30) (1)
Conducting (MW 11:00) (2)
Conducting (MW 11:00) (2)
Conducting (MW 11:00) (2)
Conducting (MW 11:00) (2)
Orchestration (TTh 10:00) (2)
Orchestration (MW 10:00) (2)
Voice Fundamentals (TTh 8:00) (1)
Reh Tech Sec Inst ME (TTh 11:00) (2)
Reh Tech Sec Inst ME (TTh 11:00) (2)
Reh Tech Sec Voc ME (MW 3:00) (2)
Music Therapy II (MWF 9:00) (3)
Orient to Therapy (TBA) (1)
Orient to Therapy (TBA) (1)
Composition (T 11:00) (2)
Electronic Mus Comp (MW 12:00) (2)
Accompanying (TBA) (1)
Organ Pedagogy (TBA) (3)
- Voice Pedagogy (TBA) (2)
Elem Piano Fed (MW 1:00) (2)
Music for Grp Act (TTh 12:00) (2)
Mat & Meth Inst Teac (MTWThF 9:00)
Mat & Meth oc Teach (MTWThF 9:00)
Composition (T 11:00) (3)
Adv Comp Elec Med (TBA) (3)
Accompanying (TBA) (1)
Dir Study Mu Theory (TBA) (2)
Music Honors Prog (TBA) (2)
Paych Fdn of Mus (TTh 10:00) (2)
Adv Orchestration (MW 11:00) (2)
Music of Buroque Era (MW 10:00) (2)
20th Century Mus (TTh 9:00) (2)
Adv Applied Cond (MWF 2:00) (3)
Adv Piano Perf Prob (TTh 11:00) (2)
Piano Fed: Obs St Teach (TBA) (2)
Opera Hist (MW 12ltd) (2)
Inst Prob & Techn (TTh, 11:00) (2)
Clinical Internship (TBA) (1)
Music Struct & Style (TTh 1:00)
Composition (T 11:00) (2)
Spec Prob Elec Mus (TBA) (2)
Sam fas In Music (TBA) (2)
Sir Study in Theory (TBA) (2)
Sem Prob in Mu Ed (TBA) (2)
(MWF 10:00)
(MWF 10:00)
(3)
(3)
(3)
(3)
1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
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(2)
(2)
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46 6957
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1
1
1
Sem Prob In Mu Ed (TBA) (2)
Philosophy of Mu Ed (TTh 9:00) (2)
Cur Pr & Tr in Mu Ed (T 7:30-9:00) (2)
NURS (Nursing) - 4 7
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47 1000
47 1000
47 1000
47 1000
47 1000
47 2106
47 2107
47 2107
47 2107
47 2107
47 2110
47 2111
47 2111
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47 3202
47 3230
47 3231
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47 6997
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
Perspect Nurs
Perspect Nurs
Perspect Nurs
Perspect Nurs
Perspect Nurs
Perspect Nurs
Nutr Comm Setting
Nutr Comm Setting
Nutr Comm Setting
Nutr Comm Setting
Nutr Comm Setting
(TBA) (2)
(T 10:00-12:00) (2)
(W 10:00-12:00) (2)
(Th 3:00-5:00) (2)
(W 4:00-6:00) (2)
(Th 10:00-12:00) (2)
(M 1:00) (2)
L (M 3:00-5:00) (0)
L (T 1:00-3:00) (0)
L (W 3:00-5:00) (0)
L (Th 3:00-5:00) (0)
Med Surg Nurs (MThF 10:00-12:00) (8)
Med Surg Nurs L (T 8:00-4:00) (0)
Med Surg Nurs L (W 8:00-4:00) (0)
Adv Med Surg Nurs (MTh 12:00-3:00) (11)
Adv Med Surg Nurs L (TW 7:00-3:00) (0)
Adv Med Surg Nurs L (TW 3:00-11:00) (0)
Mater & Child Care (ThF 8:00-12:00) (11)
Mater & Child Care L (T 7:00-3:00;
Mater & Child Care L
Mater & Child Care L
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
W 7:00-11:00) (0)
(M 7:00-3:00;
T 7:00-11:00) (0)
(T 11:00-3:00;
W 7:00-3:00) (0)
(3)
3
1
2
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Geriatric Nurs (TBA)
Geriatric Nurs L (TBA) (0)
Clin Nurs Spec (TBA) (3)
Clin Nurs Spec L (TBA) (0)
Comm Men Hlth Nurs (F 8:00-10:00) (8)
Comm Men Hlth Nurs L (TWTh 9:00-4:00) (0)
Comm Hlth Nurs (W 5:00-7:00); F 8:00-10:00)
(8)
Comm Hlth Nurs L (MT 9:00-4:00) (0)
Comm Hlth Nurs L (WTh 9:00-4:00) (0)
Issues in Nursing (Th 5:00) (1)
Issues in Nursing (T 5:00) (1)
Issues in Nursing (T 5:00) (1)
Prof Nurs Probl (F 1:00-3:00) (2)
Prof Nurs Probl (F 1:00-3:00) (2)
Leadership Nurs (F 10:00-12:00) (5)
Leadership Nurs L (MT 7:00-4:00) (0)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Sem in Nurs Ed (Th 3:00-5:00) (2)
Indep Study In Nurs (TBA) (3)
Indep Study In Nurs (TBA) (3)
Read & Resch in Nurs (W 3:00-5:00) (2)
Read & Resch in Nurs (W 3:00-5:00) (2)
Indiv Cl Options (TBA) (3)
Filed Exp Teach Nurs (Th 5:00-7:00) (3)
Sem-Res Proj or Thes (M 3:00-5:00) (3)
Sem-Res Proj or Thes (M 3:00-5:00) (1)
Sem-Res Proj or Thes (M 3:00-5:00) (1)
OCCT (Occupational Therapy) - 4 8
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48 4521
48 4991
48 4996
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2
1
1
1
1
j
1
1
1
1
1
(1)
OCCT Ther A ents (TTh 10:00-12:00) (2)
OCCT Ther Agents (TTh 1:00-3:00) (2)
OCCT Ther Theory II (MW 1:00) (3)
OCCT Ther Theru Tech (MWF 2:00) (0)
Field Work I: App to Adol-Adlt (TBA)
OCCT Ther Theory IV (MW 10:00) (2)
OCCT Ther Theory IV Lab (MW 11:00-12:30)
OCCT Ther Seminar II (MW 1:30-4:00) (2)
Leadership in OCCT Ther (MW 8:00-10:00)
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Field Work I: App to Neuro Dev (TBA) (1)
Field Work II (MTWThF 8:00-5:00) (6)
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Bowling (MW 1:00) (1)
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HPERS Mod Soc (TTh 2:00) (2)
Erly Exper Pros Tchr (MW 3:00) (1)
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S & M - Volleyball (MF 10:00-11:50) (1)
Adv Life Saving (MW 2:00-3:30) (2)
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S & M - Flk & Sq Dnce (MW 8:00-9:50) (1)
Wat Saf Inst (MWF 3:00-6:00) (3)
Wat Saf Inst (MWF 3:00-6:00) (V
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Coaching Gym (TTh 12:00-1:30) (1)
Coaching Swim (MW 1:00-2:30) (1)
Coaching Baseball (MW 1:00-2:30) (1;
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o & M - arch 6. Rqtbl (MW 12:00-1:50) (1)
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Sem in Public Adm (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Public Policy (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
Independent Research (TBA) (3
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Independent Research (TBA)
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Man and the State (MWF 2:00) (3)
Intro to Logic (MWF 10:00) (3)
Intro to Logic (MWF 11:00) (3)
Intro to Logic (MWF 12:00) (3)
Intro to Logic (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Intro to Logic (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Bible and Its Bkg I (MWF 8:00) (3)
Bible and Its Bkg II (MWF 10:00) (3)
Bible and Its Bkg II (MWF 11:00) (3)
Intro Phil of Science (MWF 11:00) (3)
Intro to Phil of Art (MWF 12:00) (3)
Intro to Phil of Art (MWF 12:00) (3)
Intro Phil of Sport (MWF 1:00) (3)
Intro Phil of Sport (MWF 3:00) (3)
Medieval Phil (MWF 9:00) (3)
Moral Prob in Med (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Empiricism (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Intermediate Logic (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Analytic Philosophy (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Epistemology (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Mathematical Logic (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
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Elem Basketball (MW 2:00) (1)
Elem Softball (TTh 10:00) (1)
Elem Tennis (MW 9:00) (1)
Elem Tennis (MW 10:00) (1)
Elem Tennis (MF 11:00) (1)
Elem Tennis (MF 12:00) (1)
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Elem Tennis (MW 2:00) (1)
Adapt Activities (TTh 12:00) (1)
Adapt Activities (TTh 12:00) (1)
Phys Conditioning (MW 8:00) (1)
Phys Conditioning (MW 9:00) (1)
Phye Conditioning (MW 10:00) (1)
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Phys and Man (MWF 9:00) (3)
Phys and Univ (MWF 2:00) (4)
Phvs and Univ (TTh 2:00-3:15) (4)
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Phvs and Univ Lab (W 9:00-11:00) (0)
Phys and Univ Lab (Th 7:00-9:00) (0)
Phys and Univ Lab (Th 9:00-11:00) (0)
Phys of Sound (MWF 9:00) (4)
Phys of Sound (MWF 10:00) (4)
Phvs of Sound Lab (T 8:00-10:00) (0)
Phys of Sound Lab (Th 8:00-10:00) (0)
Gen Phys I (MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
Lab (T 2:00-4:00)
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Gen Phys II Lab (M 2:00-4:00)
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Adv Gen Phys II (MTWTh 1:00) (4)
Prob in Phys (TBA) (1)
Prob in Phys (TBA) (1)
Prob in Phvs (TBA) (1)
Tech Theor Phys (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Med Instrumentation (TTh 12:00) (3)
Med Instrumentation Lab (Th 2:00-4:00) (0)
Intr Instr-Comp Inf (MW 10:00) (2)
Intr Instr-C Inf Lab (T 1:00-3:00)
Mech & Therm Phys (MWF 12:00) (3)
Elec Mag Phen (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Instr-Comp Intf (MWF 10:00) (3)
Inst-Comp Intf Lab (T 1:00-5:00) (2)
Classical Mech (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Electromagnetism (MWF 12:00) (3)
Math Phys II (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Intr to Research (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
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Planning Tech II (TTh :3-10:45 ($
Planning Tech II (TTh 11:00-12:13) (3)
Planning Legislation (M 1:00-3:00) (2)

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Amer Govt (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
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State & Local Govt (MWF 11:00) (3)
State & Local Govt (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Intro Intern Relat (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Int Comp Govt Pol (MWF 9:00) (3)
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Urban Polit Syst (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
African Polit Syst (MWF 10:00) (3)
Southern Politics (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Constitutional Law (MWF 11:00) (3)
West Pol Thought II (TTh 11:00-12:15)
Inter-Am Politics (MWF 11:00) (3)
Prob in State Govt (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Constitutional Law (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
Sem in Intl Law (W 2:00-5:00) (3)
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Grp Proc Lei Ser Lab (M 3:00-5:00)
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Thera Rec (MWF 9:00) (3)
Thera Rec (MWF 12:00) (3)
Rec for Aged (TTh 10:00) (2)
Rec Int of Cul Nat Res (TTh 3:30) (2)
Rec Prog & Act Anal (T 2:00-4:30) (3)
Ind Study (TBA) (1)
Prin & Phil Lei Ser (TTh 8:00) (2)
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(WF 12:00) (2)
(WF 12:00) (2)
General II (TTh 11:00) (2)
Statistics (WF 9:00) (3)
Statistics (TTh 9:00) (3)
Statistics (WF 10:00) (3)
Statistics (TTh 10:00) (3)
Statistics (WF 11:00) (3)
Statistics Lab (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
Statistics Lab (T 2:00-5:00) (0)
Statistics Lab (W 2:00-5:00) (0)
Statistics Lab (Th 2:00-5:00) (0)
Statistics Lab (M 1:00-4:00) (0)
Applied (TTh 8:00) (2)
Applied (TTh 10:00) (2)
Childhood (MWF 10:00) (3)
Childhood (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Childhood (MWF 1:00) (3)
Developmental (MWF 9:00) (3)
Developmental (MWF 11:00) (3)
Developmental (MWF 2:00) (3)
Developmental (TTh 2:00-3:15)
Experimental (WF 9:00) (3)
Experimental (TTh 9:00) (3)
Experimental (TTh 10:00) (3)
Experimental Lab (T 1:00-4:00) (0)
Experimental Lab (W 1:00-4:00) (0)
Experimental Lab (Th 1:00-4.JO) (0)
Social (MWF 11:00) (3)
Social (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
(3)
For all courses
must agree.
56 3225
56 3225
56 3225
56 3225
56 3240
56 3240
56 3240
56 3240
56 3240
56 3241
56 3275
56 3275
56 3275
56 3275
56 3275
56 3275
56 4300
56 4300
56 4300
56 4305
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56 4305
56 4305
56 4305
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f56 4990
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56 -311
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56 5333
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1
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1
1
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2
1
Adolescence
Adolescence
Adolescence
Adjustment
Adjustment
with labs, course and lab sections
Learning (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Learning (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Learning (MWF 1:00) (3)
Learning (MWF 2:00) (3)
Adolescence (MWF 9:00) (3)
Adolescence (MWF 11:00) (3)
(MWF 12:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(MWF 2:00) (3)
Pers & Indust Psyc (MWF 1:00) (3)
Adjustment (MWF 9:00) (3)
(TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
Adjustment (MWF 11:00) (3)
Adjustment (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Adjustment (MWF 3:00) (3)
Personality (MWF 9:00) (3)
Personality (MWF 10:00) (3)
(MWF 11:00) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
Educational (MWF 11:00) (3)
Educational (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Educational (MTWThF 2:00-4:00) (3)
Physiological (MWF 10:00) (3)
Physiological (MWF 1:00) (3)
Pay Research I (TBA) (2)
Psyc Research II (TBA) (2)
Read in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Read in Psyc II (TBA) (1)
Read in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper In Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Sensation & Perc (MWF 10:00) (3)
Intro Psyc Test (MWF 2:00) (3)
Intro Psyc Test (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Cont Mgt in Class (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Personality
Educational
Educational
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5�
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5333
5333
5343
5355
5372
5375
5375
5380
538C
5521
5990
5991
5992
6401
6402
6403
6405
6408
6412
6418
6422
6427
6468
6469
6485
6501
6502
6503
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6982
6990
6991
6993
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56 7991
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1
1
1
1
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1
2
1
1
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1
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1
1
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1
1
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1
1
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1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Cont Mgt in Class (MWF 3:00) (3)
Cont Mgt in Class (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Psyc of Organ Behav (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Sem in Educ Psyc (WF 11:00) (2)
Psyc of Cogn Proc (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Abnormal (MWF 9:00) (3)
Abnormal (MWF 10:00) (3)
Psyc of Exc Child (MWF 2:00) (3)
Psyc of Exc Child (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Dir Read (TBA) (3)
Field Exper (TBA) (1)
Field Exper (TBA) (1)
Field Exper (TBA) (1)
Adv Child Psyc (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Tech for Sch Psyc (WF 9:00-10:40) (4)
Sem in School Psyc (WF 2:00) (2)
Adv Ed Psyc (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Fund Psyc Cone (M 6:30-8:30) (2)
Adv Physiological (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Behav Prob of Child (MWF 3:00) (3)
Group Dynamics (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Adv Princ of Learn (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Theory of Psychotherapy (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Behav Mod (MWF 11:00) (3)
Psyc Assess II (WF 1:00-2:15) (3)
Prob in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Prob in Psyc II (TBA) (1)
Prob in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
Ind Study I (TBA) (3)
Ind Study II (TBA) (3)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Clinical Pract I (TBA) (4)
Clinical Pract II (TBA) (4)
School Pract II (M 9:00-10:40; F 1:00-2:40)
(4)
Sem for Sch Psyc Pract (T 3:00-4:40) (2)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
School Practicum III (TBA) (4)
School Practicum IV (TBA) (4)
First five weeks, for student teachers
0nly by permission of Chairperson
PTHE (Physical Therapy) -57
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57 3301
57 3302
57 3990
57 4104
57 4214
57 4540
57 4991
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Electro (TBA) (2)
Prob Prof Prac II (TBA) (1)
P T Theory & Prac II (TBA) (2)
P T Theory & Prac Lab (TBA) (1)
Clinical Education I (TBA) (1)
Rehabilitation Techn (TBA) (2)
Prob Prof Prac IV (TBA) (1)
Seminar (TBA) (3)
Clinical Education IV (TBA) (8)
PECO (feHABILITATION COUNSELING) - 5 8
COURSE SECTION
NO. NO.
58 5000
58 6000
58 6200
58 6302
58 6501
58 6502
58 6502
58 6503
58 6504
58 6505
58 6506
58 6521
58 6522
58 6523
58 6991
58 6992
58 6993
58 6994
58 6997
58 6998
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Intro to Rehab (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Med Aspects of Rehab (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Somatopsyc Disability (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
Rehab Coun Practicum (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Prob & Research (TBA) (1)
Research (TBA) (1)
Research (T 3:00-5:00)
Research (TBA) (1)
Research (TBA) (1)
Research (TBA) (1)
Research (TBA) (1)
Prob
Prob
Prob
Prob
Prob
Prob
&
&
&
&
&
&
(1)
Dir Read In Rehab (TBA) (1)
Dir Read In Rehab (TBA) (1)
Dir Read In Rehab (TBA) (1)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
RJSS (Russian) - 5 9
59 1001 1 Elementary Russian (MWF 9:00) (3)
59 1004 1 Intermediate Russian (MWF 10:00) (3)
59 2221 1 Prose 20th Cent in Trans (MWF 12:00) (3)
SCIE (Science Education) - 6 9
60 12501
60 12502
60 12503
60 12511
60 12512
60 12513
60 12514
60 12515
60 12601
60 12602
60 12603
60 12611
60 12612
60 12613
60 12614
60 12615
60 12616
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60 21111
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60 32162
60 32163
60 32164
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60 33511
60 36021
60 40001
60 40101
60 40201
60 43231
60 59901
60 60191
60 60201
60 64201
60 65051
60 65061
60 65071
60 65221
60 65251
60 69801
60 69811
SEED (SeCON
61 32721
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61 32723
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61 32725
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61 32727
61 32728
61 32729
61 327210
61 327211
61 327212
61 327213
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61 327215
61 327216
61 327217
61 3325I
61 33252
(MWF 9:00) (4)
(MWF 10:00) (4)
(MWF 11:00) (4)
(M 1:00-4:00) (0)
(T 12:00-3:00) (0)
(T 3:00-6:00) (0)
(W 1:00-4:00) (0)
(Th 1:00-4:00) (0)
(MWF 9:00) (4)
(MWF 10:00) (4)
(MWF 11:00) (4)
(M 12:00-3:00) (0)
3:00-6:00) (0)
12:00-3:00) (0)
3:00-6:00) (0)
(W 12:00-3:00) (0)
(W 3:00-6:00) (0)
(M
(T
(T
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj
Bio Env Scie Elem Maj
Bio Env Scie Elem Maj
Bio Env Scie Elem Maj
Bio Env Scie Elem Maj
Bio Env Scie Elem Maj
Bio Env Scie Elem Maj
Bio Env Scie Elem Maj
Bio Env Scie Elem Maj
Bio Env Scie Elem Maj
Elem of Photography (T 11:00) (2)
Elem of Photography (M 1:00-4:00) (0)
Elem of Photography (T 1:00-4:00) (0)
Elem of Photography (Th 1:00-4:00) (0)
Intro Orien Sci Tchng (TBA) (1)
Tchng Sci In Elem Sch (TTh 8:00-9:30) (2)
Tchng Sci In Elem Sch (TTh 9:30-11:00) (2)
Tchng Sci In Elem Sch (TTh 12:30-2:00) (2)
Tchng Sci In Elem Sch (TTh 2:00-3:30) (2)
Descript Astronomy (TTh 10:00) (3)
Descript Astronomy (T 7:00-9:00) (0)
Earth & Phys Scie (TTh 1:00-4:00) (4)
Bio Sci Prac Sec Tchrs (TBA) (1)
Ear Sci Prac Sec Tchrs (TBA) (1)
Phy Sci Prac Sec Tchrs (TBA) (1)
Mat & Meth in Scie (MTWThF 9:00-12:00) (3)
Apprenticeship Sci (TBA) (3)
Scie in Elem Ed (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Rec Dev in Sci Tchng (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Marine Education (TBA) (3)
Prob in Scie Ed - Elem (TBA) (3)
Prob in Scie Ed - Sec (TBA) (3)
Prob in Scie Ed - Coll (TBA) (3)
Read in Scie Educ (TBA) (1)
Sel Top in Biol Sci (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Int in Nat Hist (TBA) (3)
Int in Nat Hist (TBA) (3)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 8:00) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 8:00) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MW 9:00) (2)
Intr And Vis Instr (TTh 9:00) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 9:00)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 10:00)
Intr Aud Vis Inatr (MTWThF 10:00)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 11:00)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 11:00)
Intr Aud Vis Instr
Intr Aud Vis Instr
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 1:00)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (MTWThF 1:00)
Intr And Vis Instr
Intr And Vis Instr
Intr Aud Vis Inatr
(MTWThF 12:00)
(MTWThF 12:00)
(MTWThF 2:00)
(T 6:30-9:30)
(T 6:30-9:30)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
61 33253
61 33254
61 33255
61 43241
61 53211
61 53741
61 53742
61 64231
61 64241
61 64242
61 64301
61 64311
61 64321
61 64331
61 64341
61 64351
61 64541
61 64801
61 64802
61 64803
61 64804
The Second Sch (MTWThF 10:00-11:30) (3)
The Second Sch (MTWThF 2:30-4:00) (3)
The Second Sch (MTWThF 12:30-2:00) (3)
Obs Sup Teh Hi Sch (TBA) (8)
Educ Comm Meth Mat (TBA) (3)
Des Mult Inst Mat (W 3:00-6:00) (3)
Des Mult Inst Met (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Hist & Phil Educ (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Founds Curric Devel (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Founda Curric Devel (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Statistics In Educ (T 6:30-9:30) (2)
Evsl of Educ Medls(TBA) (3)
Mgt Educ Medis Ctrs (TBA) (3)
Media Prog Ind Sch (TBA) (3)
Fid Prob Educ Comm (TBA) (3)
Inst Dev Educ Comm (TBA) (3)
Founda Amer Educ (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Intro to Resrch (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
Intro to Resrch (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Intro to Resrch (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
Intro to Resrch (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
?January 11 - February 15, 1980
SLAP (Speech, Language & Auditory Pathology) - 6 2
Comm Disorders (M 6:30-9:30) (2)
Phonetics (TTh 10:00) (2)
Anat Phys Sp Hrg Mech (MWF 9:00) (3)
Anat Lab Hrg Sp (Th 1:00-3:00) (0)
Introd Sign Lang (TTh 4:00-5:30) (3)
Introd Sign Lang (MWF 3:00) (3)
Introd Sign Lang (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Interm Sign Lang (TTh 4:00-5:30) (3)
Aud & Aural Rehab (MW 10:30-12:30) (4)
Pro Apprai in Sp Path (MW 1:00) (2)
Lab Clin Prac (TBA) (0)
Clinical Practicum (W 4:00)(3)
Practicum in Appraisal (TBA) (1)
Adm Sp Path & Aud (MTWTh 8:30-10:00) (2)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Spec Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Sem in Aud (Ind Aud) (M 1:00-4:00) (3)
Path Aud Mech (TBA) (3)
Lang Dis in Child (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
Research Design (MWF 11:00) (3)
Seminar Voice Disorders (TTh 8:30-10:00) (3)
Neural Path (TTh 10:00-12:00) (4)
Sem in Articulation (MW 9:00-10:30) (3)
Clin Practice in Sp (TBA) (1)
Clin Practice in Sp (TBA) (2)
Clin Practice in Sp (TBA) (3)
Lab Clin Prac Sp Lang (TBA) (0)
Clin Practice in Aud (TBA) (1)
Clin Practice in Aud (TBA) (2)
Clin Practice in Aud (TBA) (3)
Lab Clin Prac Aud (TBA) (0)
Master of Sci Paper (TBA) (2)
Read Sp Hrg Research (TBA) (1)
Read Sp Hrg Research (MW 1:00-2:30) (2)
Read Sp Hrg Research (WF 9:00-10:30) (3)
Internship (TBA) (2)
Internship (TBA) (2)
Thesis Sp Hrg (TBA) (3)
Thesis Sp Hrg (TBA) (3)
Thesis Sp Hrg (TBA) (3)
Residency (TBA) (3)
6221001
6222001
6224001
6224011
6230011
6230012
6230013
6230021
6231001
6232001
6232251
6242251
6242261
6250001
6255101
6255111
6255121
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6260051
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6261031
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6261071
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S0C1 (Sociology) - 6 3
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63
63
1025
1025
1025
1025
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2110
2111
2111
2111
3225
3235
3280
4325
4330
4337
4341
4345
4370
4521
4522
4523
5327
5331
5335
5385
6411
6429
6441
6445
63 6447
63 6488
63 6490
63 6521
63 6522
63 6523
63 6995
63 6996
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1
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1
1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
Courtship & Marriage (MWF 10:00) (3)
Courtship & Marriage (MWF 1:00) (3)
Courtship & Marriage (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
Courtship & Marriage (TTh 11:00-12:30) (3)
Intro Sociol (MWF 8:00) (3)
(TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
Intro Sociol (MWF 11:00) (3)
Intro Sociol
Intro Sociol
Intro Sociol
Intro Sociol
Intro Sociol (TTh 11:00-12:15)
Intro Sociol (MWF 12:00) (3)
(MWF
(MWF
(3)
Intro Sociol
Intro Sociol
Intro Sociol (TTh
1:00) (3)
2:00) (3)
2:00-3:15)
9:00) (3)
(3)
(3)
Intro Sociol (MWF
Intro Sociol (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Modern Social Prob (MWF 8:00) (3)
Modern Social Prob (MWF 10:00) (3)
Modern Social Prob (MWF 1:00) (3)
Urban Sociology (MWF 11:00) (3)
Population Trends & Prob (MWF 9:00) (3)
Industrial Sociology (T 3:00-5:00) (2)
Marriage & Family (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Criminology (MWF 10:00) (3)
Adv Principles (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
Sociology of Religion (MWF 9:00) (3)
Racial & Cult Min (TTh 8:00) (2)
Meth of Social Resrch (TTh 3:30-4:15)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (1)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (2)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (3)
Adv Med Sociology (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
Juvenile Deliquency (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
Soci of Marriage Prob (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
Hist of Sociology (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
Sem Socio of Teaching (TBA) (1)
Sem Socio of Org (W 6:30-9:30) (1)
Sem Social Systems (TBA) (3)
Sem Racial & Cult Contacts (TTh 12:30-1:45)
(3)
Sem Social Strat (W 1:00-4:00) (3)
Sem Research Met & Des (Th 6:30-9:30)
Small Grp Research (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (1)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (2)
Read in Sociology (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
(3)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (W 6:30-9:30)
The Second Sch (MTWThf 8:00-9:30) (3)
The Second, Sch (TTh 9:30-10:4$) (3)
By permission of Instructor and approval of Departmental
Chairperson
By special permission of Instructor.
SOCW (Social Work) - 6 4
Intro to Soc Work (TTh 8:00) (2)
Intro to Soc Work (TTh 12:30) (2)
Intro to Soc Welf (TTh 9:30) (2)
Intro to Soc Welf (TTh 2:00) (2)
Fund of Interv (T 6:30-8:30) (2)
Fund of Interv (TTh 2:00) (2)
Soc Welf LegCase Lew (TTh 3:00-5:00) (4)
Soc Welf LegCase Lew (MTWTh 8:00) (4)
Soc Welf Pol 6 I53 (MTWTh 12:00) (4)
Soc Welf Pol & Iss (MTWTh 1:00) (4)
Proc Soc Wk Inter (MTWTh 10:00) (4)
Proc Soc Wk Inter (MTWTh 12:00) (4)
Org Man Soc Welf Sys (M 9:00-12:00) (3)
Crisis Interv (MWF 9:00) (3)
Field Educ & Sea (M 2:00-5:00) (10)
Field Educ 6 Sem (M 2:00-5:00) (10)
Field Educ & Sea (M 2:00-5:00) (10)
Field Educ & Sem (M 1:30-4:30) (10)
Bus BehSoc Env for Hum Serv Prof
(W 2:00-5:00) (3)
64 5002 1 Com Serv for Child (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
�Social Work 6 Corrections Majors Only
SPAN (Spanish) - 65
6 1001 1 Elm Spsn (MWF 9:00) m
65 1001 2 �lem Span (MWF 10:00) (3)
65 1001 3 Elem Span 0f 10:00) (3)
64 10001
64 10002
64 20001
64 20002
64 20011
64 20012
64 30011
64 30012
64 30021
64 30022
64 30031
64 30032
64 40001
64 40021
64 49901
64 49902
64 49903
64 49904
64 50011
65 1001
65 1001
65 1002
65 1002
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65 1003
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65 2108
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65 2123
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65 5521
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1
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1
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1
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Elem Spsn (MWF 12:00) (3)
Elem Spsn (MWF 1:00) (3)
Elem Spsn (MWF 9:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 10:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 11:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 12:00) (3)
Elem Span (MWF 1:00) (3)
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Interm Span (MWF 11:00) (3)
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Span Lit 1500-1681 (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
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66 2000
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66 2001
66 2001
66 2001
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66 2080
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66 3000
66 3001
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66 3004
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66 3020
66 3022
66 4000
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1
1
1
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1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
1
1
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Busi & Prof Spch (TTh 12:00) (2)
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1
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Tuesday, October 9
8:00 P.M.
Wednesday, October 10
7:00 P.M.
8:00 P.M.
Thursday, October 11
8:00 P.M.
8:00 P.M.
iday, October 12
7:00 P.M. & 9:00 P.M.
Saturday, October 13
9:00 A.M.
9:00 A.M10:00 A.M.
10:00 A.M.
10:00 A.M. -5:00 P.M.
Saturday, October 13
1:30 P.M.
5:00 P.M.
9:00 P.M. -1:00 A.M.
HOMECOMING
1979
SCHEDULED EVENTS
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority will sponsor a "Man of the Year Award" Program in
Aud. 244 of Mendenhall Student Center.
Popular Music Concert - AMERICA - in Minges Coliseum. Admission is $4.00 for
E.C.U. Students and $6.00 for the general public. Only $S.OO tickets sold at the door.
Women's Volleyball Game in Minges Coliseum. ECU vs. N.C. Central.
Bogart Film Festival, "THE MALTESE FALCON" and "TREASURE OF THE
SIERRA MADRE" in Hendrix Theatre, Mendenhall Student Center.
MRC will sponsor a concert on the hill.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority will have a Fashion Show in Wright Auditorium
Movie - "THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY in Hendrix Theatre, Mendenhall Student
Center.
October 13 is "National Jogging Day A Cross Campus 5-Mile Run is being spon-
soring by the Intramural and Recreation Department. The Race will start at the
E.C.U. Track.
Alumni Coffee Hour and Registration, Multi-purpose Room, Mendenhall Student
Center.
Homecoming Parade - Theme: "A TOUCH OF MAGIC"
SECCA (Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art) EXHIBIT, Wellington B. Gray
Gallery, Jenkins Art Building.
Football Game - ECU "Pirates" vs. the "Bulldogs" of the Citadel in Ficklen Stadium.
Mail ticket orders to Athletic Ticket Office, Minges Coliseum, ECU, Greenville, N.C.
27834. Tickets are $8.00 each plus $1.00.
Alumni "Keg" Social (Greenville Moose Lodge, Hwy. 264 at West End). Admission
is $1.00 per person. Entertainment will be provided by "The Monitors
Homecoming Dance featuring "Bo Thorpe and Generation II" will perform in Wright
Auditorium. Admission is $2.00 for E.C.U. students and $4.00 for the public. Only
$4.00 tickets sold at the door.
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Title
The East Carolinian, October 11, 1979
Description
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.
Date
October 11, 1979
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