The East Carolinian, October 2, 1980






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Serving the East Carolina campus community since 1925.
Vol. 55 No. 12
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Ihursday. October 2. 1�X0
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WZMB Red Tape Blamed
Manager Calls Station
Equipment Problem
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Maaagtag I
1 he most significant obstacle in
the path to getting WZMB-FM
radio on the airwaves is "red tape"
not technical problems said
V1B General Managei Glenda
Killingsworth ednesday.
Killings worth acknowledged that
most ol the details involved in set-
ting up the student-financed station
are still unclear, but said the pro
blems she is now having relate mote
to legal and financial matters that to
technical matters.
"Right nov . ! see legal work and
paper work, and when all that
comes in, it will be smooth sailing
Killingsworth said in her firs;
newspaper interview in a month.
Killingsworth's statement is in
ist to the icws of het
critics, who sa she does not have
the technical know how to set up the
station.
Killingsworth became general
manage ol WZMB on ug. 1,
lowing the May graduation of the
ion's previous manager, John
Jetei
Although Jeter recommended
killing tor the job. he has
since stated that the decision to do
so was based on an agreement with
the Media Board that he could stay
on as an unpaid advisor tor the pur-
post- ol helping Killingsworth put
the station on the ail.
But Jetei resigned his advisor)
role alter Killingsworth reportedly
appeared before the Media Board
with the charge that he was
overstepping his responsiblities.
Killingsworth said Wednesday she
has spent the last few weeks trying
to get the station's new equipment
shipped in
ccording to her, the agent who
contracted to supply WZMB with
most o' the new equipment has had
difficulties in giving a delivers date
fot the equipment.
I he equipment includes a
transmitter, a stereo control board,
a microwave broadcasting unit and
various other pieces.
When the equipment does arrive
and Killingsworth said the agent
would notify her in the nest week
about a definite delivery date
Killingsworth said she would hire a
radio engineer to piece the various
component- together.
Killingsworth said that getting an
VLrhJfR Ol ?
FJmL
QREEM1LLE
engineer would "not be much o! a
problem and that the lowest hid
she has received so lar for the job is
SI50 pet day.
She added that she would hire a
first-class radio engineer to be on
call for the station in i i
technical problems.
Other problems Killingsworth
said she is looking at are tin
and statt training.
"Most ot the staff applicants
have some former experieno
radio she said, adding that tr;
ing would be done bv her? If,
advisor Getrv Haskins, and tl
Pbofo by JON JORDAN
tion's progi tm director, Elton
According to Killingsworth, the
station is in a. money crunch that
was camed in part by the need to
purchase accessor) equipment that
i not included in the main equip-
ment pi lase.
She said that she kept a fund tor
technical emergencies. She also said
i � stal � i was draw ing some
from its salary budget, since
then ii u present tew staffers to
pay.
"As I see it. everything is laid out.
M I'm waiting foi is the equipment
in Killmt'swonh said.
Bicycles
ECU Police To Begin Enforcing Regulations
Hv Mlkl NOON N
v�viji.f Nt s i (Jitor
Riding cleonthe ECU cam-
the same: The
E U campus police have announc-
ed that regulations governing
:les ai u be strictly enforced.
Article XIII, section 1 o' the
1(1 rraffic Regulations states.
"Not :�: ina Motoi ehicle
laws � t ycle to be a rm
t nature i f the
v traffic regula
i
I
not be opt i ated in t xcess ol 15 mph,
and w ill observe and comply w ith all
ty signs, and all
other traffic regulations
"We want tit inform students that
we are going to start enforcing these
bicycle regulations Joseph
(aldei. directoi ol Security, said.
lias means we will give citations
for riding a bicycle on the sidewalk.
down th wrong way ol a one w; .
street and for running stop signs
he added
"We will also be impounding all
n-regis les" Caldei
to
� I,
the traffic i
5 of the pertainii VII
rated on the ECU cam
. us mm icd with tl
Bic " )icycle regis
lion pet mil and ot a t ity ol i
vilic. Northarolina bicycle licet
�" '� � id ot pu
violation ol this section will ;
pounded until prool ol ownei si i
determined. bicycle regisi
lee of titf. .ill be harg
Section -i states "I'nice'
bicycles found on campus will be
coi si lei ed abandoned. 1 hey
impounded and disposed ol ii
cordance with North Carolina State
Statutes
"We have had a lot ol complaints
from people about bicycles on the
sidewalks between Brew I the
building (alder added.
" Another reason we are to
cinfl ' I e bii vt l
lion � le students have
been hurl as a result of students
' ' ' to K iiu.gs and
on handicapped ramps Caldei
' We had a blind student fall
le that was chained to
ramp leading out ol Speight
Butl i added.
a of the bicycle regula
ti � � , "Bicycles will not be
d inside administrative oi
I ism oom buildings, in stairwells,
ways ol residence halls, on
. or outside stair
- s. University Police are
authorized to use the force
essary to remove and impound
found in violation ol the
le. I ocks arid chains will b
i v nei 's expense
Placement Office
Gives Career Planning
To ECU Students
B V1IM NOONXN
tststan s�-� - I ii!or
B Me bit harder to
find . lays, but the I a I
I Plann
ing and Placemen! Service ot'
may be a
ui ney K
d in the Blox
ton H tween Greene Derm
I fall, encourages seniors
to c n he office and
tor interviews which will h (me-
mber 9
Mow is the time students should
be getting registered and looking for
jobs when they graduate either in
the fall semester, spring semester oi
even nest summer lames said.
On The Inside
Announcements 2
Editorials 4
Classifieds10
Letters4
Movie5
Outside look 5
"B registering we mean develop
lentials which in-
cludes a resume and references from
professors or from people you
know he added.
Students in all majors are em
coui gistei with the service.
"Aboul 50 percent ol the seniors
thai are graduating register with
Furney said.
"In the past, we have found that
aboul 80 percent ol those who
registered with us tell us in
Septembei that they have jobs in the
held in which they were trained
for he added.
I he interviews run continuously
from I . tobei 9 until the end ol
Apr ii
"I' i a tree service to all seniors,
graduate students, until one year
after graduation he added.
"We also provide a service tor
alumni. We keep their credentials
file active foi a yeai I he only
charge we have lor alumni is a $5.00
per year charge one year after
graduation, he added.
Students should go to Bloxton
house to register lor the interviews,
which will take place (here.
Student Government
"Mock Election"Results
FromOctober 1 1980
PRESIDENT
1,117 were polled
ANDERSON19�o214
CARTER35�o396
REAGAN32358
Undecided SENATOR 1,077 were polled MORGAN13�o149
These polls wer e conducted b the SGA Presidential Cabinet at East Carolina University
40425
EAST39416
Undecided21236
GOVERNOR
1,061 were polled
HUNT66701
LAKE13139
Undecided21221
Carter
Reagan
A nderson
B NORMAN D.SANDLER
.11 1 FERSON, Iowa (UPI) In
the cafes and barbei shops that
surround the neatly manicured let-
ter son town square farmers, met
chants, lawyers and bankers weigh
the world's problems on a daily
basis.
Nothing is as vital to the day to-
day concerns of folks in this ca h
grain region as the machinations ol
the commodity markets and the
state ot the economy. At some
point, the talk i omes back to
politics.
"People are unhappy said
Rick Morain, the Yal tted
publisher of the twice-weekly Jel
ferson Bee and Herald.
"They can't stomach Reagan,
they've been victimized bvai
and they may think nderson'
tractive but he doesn'l ! a
chance of win It's a strai
year
Morain views Main Street
politics throug -es ot a keen
veteran. A former membei o( 'hie
Republican Mateentraln
tee, he is one ot a h
lowans who met in I ebruary, 1979
to plant the seeds tieorge Bush's
victory in the I �wa iucu ;es 11
months later.
His credentials as tare
Republican are unchallenged. But
on No 4, Morain will no; be
voting Ronald Reagan io is
heavily favored to win Iowa bul
for John Anderso
"I'm really one ol th " he
said "I think a lot -pie
would come out ol the close
they weren't bound bv party loyal
. md u.o ing Bu
the only thing holding a lor ot
others in hue
Ander son ha- th
small band ol lowans, many of
t h e m a 111 u e n t Repub 1 ica n
moderates turned off by their own
party's shift to the right.
Democrats hope thousands ol
Republicans will follow Morain's
lead on election dav - enough to
negate the lead Reagan commands
in the state. The conventional
wisdom, however, i� that while
Anderson will strip away rank-
arid tile Republican support from
Reagan, the margin will not be
enough to keep Iowa our of the
Republic in column.
"Obviously, the smart money
i n't on Carter aid lames
Wengert, president of the
b)sKH) member Iowa federation
of labor. "People just don't think
C arter's going to be able to pull it
off
1 or their o.vn part, the Carter
people are doing little to erase the
edge Reagan holds as a result ot a
surge in GX P registrations, disdain
for Cartel and 'he fad that
Democrats have carryied Iowa on-
ly three tunes this century.
ne months before the Iowa
ernes,arter had a small band
tacticians setting up
shop to lav the groundwork tor his
si victory of the campaign.
But thearter camp waited until
last six weeks of the tall cam-
paign to even reopen an Iowa of-
fice. Io the surprise of some, the
in i lign has been dormant since
the triumphant after math o the
January caucuses.
late start underscores the
un- arter strategy: Write
tates a here a lough fe
might only yield a handful of elec-
toral votes and sticli to s:oppjng
Reat.in in tl lai Democratic
strongholds.
impaign staffers deny
See IOVVANN. Pajje 3
Legislation To Block
Iranians Unsuccessful
tC PS) � Despite'he vigorous I
forts of legislators in tour -tates to
eithei ban the enrollment of Iranian
students or mat e tuition so ex p
sie that they have ti
�lsewh 'v. �
report the Iranians have had no
trouble since returning to s hool this
tail.
Though effort to squeeze Iranians
out of state schools in 1 ouisiana,
Mississippi, New Mexi i and
Arizona faltered or were overtun
by the courts, violent confroi
tions among Iranian students in
Washington, D over the sum
and memories of violent campus
confrontations over the la-t two
academic vears - raised fears that
Iranians would gel overtly hostile
receptions when they returned.
classes this tall.
But so tar, theie hav 1 een no
repents of personal harrassmeni or
even public indignation at schools in
the sta'es that tried to ban the Ira-
nians.
"1 don't know of any students
who have suffered persona! pro
blems, or who have been mistreated
since they came back to school
said Inn Schmidt, the directoi ol
the Office ot foreign Student !
fairs at 1 ouisiana State Unviersity
at Baton Rouge. "They seem to be
bv and large content with their
situation here
foi a while this summer, it ap-
peared that they would be tar from
content. The governing board at
I SII voted in 1a to prohibit Ira
nians from enrolling there, beginn-
ing with the summer sessions. It ef-
fect, the resolution said students
from countries that have held
Americans hostage tor more than
three months or with whom
diplomatic relations have been
severed would not be allowed to
roll there.
I he Louisiana state House ol
Representatives then urged all state
funded colleges and universities to
refuse to admit Iranian students.
The vote was 82-12 on the resolution
sponsored by legislator James Cain.
"Our real goal is to stop them
from going to school Cain ex-
See ATTEMPT, Page 3
News Bureau
Said To Have
Misquote Nono
! �
I gandan student enrolled in a
special two-year paramedical pro-
gram at Last Carolina University
denies that lie and three fellow
Ugandans are refugees or that they
fled then African homeland.
Otim-Nono also savs he was
"misquoted" in an ECU News
Bureau release which said he
remembered killings and bodies ly-
ing in the streets during the over
throw ol former dictator Idi Amin
Dada Otim Nono says he was not in
n, at that time but was living
with a sister in Nairobi, Kenya, and
"could not have remembered" that
which he was quoted as saying.
I he news release was based on in-
teiviews vith the students and their
advisor. Prof. Oris Blaekwcll.
See AFRICANS,Page 3
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Iowans Find Presidential Race Uninspiring
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Continued from paB� i
writing ofl Iowa But
1 ,M' 'aders concede the
resources not to
artei liberal Sen John
' tight for re election
i�nsi a New Rightcandidate has
attracted national attent
�' Reagan con' � n the
sots allegiances of voters at the
caucuses nine months ago is symp-
tomatic of widespread frustration
with candidates seen as uninspiring
In mam voters.
1 he rock) start of Reagan's fall
campaign sparked concern among
GOP leaders, but their nerves
calmed in the face of apparent flip-
flops by Carter and the president's
absence from the Sept. 21 debate.
The result: Republicans tout
Bush's virtues and defend Reagan
as the only alternative to Carter,
while Democrats rally behind
Culver in an effort to defeat the
New Right and with it, Reagan.
"We may be better off with
Carter not campaigning heavily
here said one veteran party
worker. "At least this wa we
don't jeopardize our candidates at
other levels of the ticket by saddl
ing them with contact to Carter
Attempt To Ban Students
Meets With Little Success
( ontinued from page I
theii
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. an against
was tried against these
students this summer
said John Windhauser,
a journalism professor
at the University of
Mississippi at Oxford.
i New Mexico State
University at las
Cruces, a spokesman
foi the International
Student Services office
saui he has received no
complaints or witness-
ed am signs ol
mistreatment ol Ira-
nians. A resolution
similar to the one in
1 ouisiana had been
passed bv the school's
governing board.
Yet Iranian students
themselves generally
refuse to reveal how
they feel about the at-
tempted discrimina-
tion.
In many cases,
university foreign stu-
dent advisors a g -
gressivelv. shield the
Iranians from the
press, even when Ira-
nians studying at the
schools in question
could be contacted
directly, all declined
comment to College
Press Service.
Africans Object
To News Release
Continued from page 1
Blackwell approved the copy for
release in advance of distribution.
The story was printed in The Daily
Reflector last Sunday.
Otim-Nono said that he and three
fellow Ugandans, among eight
African students enrolled in the pro-
gram, are in the U.S. under Ugan-
dan passports. He said they were
recruited for the educational pro-
gram in this country and did not flee
Uganda.
In addition, three of the foui
students from Ethiopia had lived in
Nairobi with refugee visas. A
fourth, Belete Alemu had lived for
several years in a refugee camp in
Djibouti.
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on campus since the current deluge beji�
ago. More rain is expected through Krii
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Opinion
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Bicycles
Rules To Be Enforced;
'Mopeds' A so Guilty
If you own a bicycle and ride it to
class, you had better be careful o'
how you ride and where you park.
Campus Security will be cracking
down on radical bikers and incon-
siderate parkers in the near future.
The rules aren't new � 1978 ECU
Traffic Regulations � but they
haven't been enforced as strictly as
they should have been. If you ride a
bike on campus, you might think
that the rules are too strict, but the
safety o' the average pedestrian and
the average bike rider is worth the
extra regulations.
Another article in the regulations
states: "Motorcycles, motorbikes
and motor scooters are not permit-
ted to enter the campus Ob-
viously, this section has been
modified to allow motorcycles on
campus and parking for them in
special areas. But where does the
lazy man's bicycle � the MoPed, or
other brand name � fit into these
regulations?
The authors o' the book probaoly
didn't foresee the epidemic of these
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scooters, and neither did most
highway departments. The vehicles
are motorized, so they should be
classified with motorcycles as far as
Campus Security is concerned. The
owners must abide by the same rules
as am bicycle or motorcycle owner.
Someone needs to remind them.
It is annoying enough to have
people on ten-speeds jockeying for
position in the traffic between
classes. (Of course, the more cons-
cientious riders walk their bikes.)
But it is frustrating, dangerous, an
not uncommon to see a scooter-
rider hopping curbs and whizzing
down sidewalks, dodging students
along the way.
If Campus Security gets tough
with bike owners, it should also get
tough with scooter owners. Both
types o' vehicles are dangerous if
driven (ridden) too fast and in-
convenient if parked illegally. Both
must be subject to the same rules if
pedestrian safety is the goal.
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Abortion Debate Continues
1 find the recent (Sept. 23) pro-
abortion letter in The East Carolinian
rather upsetting, for I see the author of
that letter (implying) "1 have the right to
kill somebody if he is infringing on my
rights and freedoms He never debates
the issue of "abortion is murder lie
only talks about the "rights" he thinks a
mother has to kill her unborn child.
As far as 1 know, the only acceptable
way of killing a human being in America
is in war or in self-defense, and I hardlv
think the baby has declared either war or
death to its mother. On the contrary, it
seems to me that the bab is the inno-
cent, crying out in self defense. Perhaps
even more astounding is that the writer
seems to have the mistaken notion that
the baby just appeared in the mother's
womb and, though no invitation was
given, decided to take up residency for
nine months.
No everybody knows whv that little-
bahy is there. Somewhere along the line
(except in the case of rape) the mother
made a decision that carried with it the
responsibility of pregnancy. But perhaps
she doesn't feel responsible. Well, let's
take a look at other types o! cir-
cumstances where a person is responsi-
ble for his her actions.
Suppose 1 trot myself down to the At-
tic and get totally wasted, and then 1
stagger to my car and speed down
Evan's road at 70-80 mph. Then some
poor lad) in her car doing a respectable
35 is completely obliterated by me and I
survie. Am 1 responsible for that? Darn
tootin You holler, I'd probably get
life. Well, what if I just want to have a
little fun and am shooting arrows in my
back yard. Suddenly, 1 accidental!) nail
a kid in the back because 1 over-shot mv
target. Am 1 guilty? 1 believe so. 1 think
the courts would have a little more than
a reprimand waiting for me.
Now what is the difference between
being responsible for my actions in these
circumstances and not being responsible
for a pregnancy? Doesn't pregnancy
usually happen because two people
decided that they wanted some pleasure
for an evening? Isn't a man or woman
responsible if through their actions a
new life is brought into the world? If
people don't want babies, they shouldn't
do the things that make babies. If a per-
son wants to fool around, they are ac-
countable for the results of their actions.
Therefore, the woman does not have
the right to kill her unborn child. She
forfeited all hei rights to be free from
the burden of carrying a child when she
went to bed with her boyfriend. This
may not be the prevailing view, but like
it or not, every person is responsible for
his her actions. That's why we have a
judicial system and the police. So let's
get off the "It's mv right soapbox
The real issue is, "Is it murder?" and, it
so, why do we allow it to go on. Further-
more, why should those who believe it is
murder have to pav for it?
JAMES FAR! o
Senior Math Music Major
One More On Music
Editor's Note: The following an open
letter to Mr. Brad Tucker, a graduate
student in Sociology.
In response to your letter in the Cam
pus Forum (Sept. 25) from the viewpoint
of two musicians and appreciators of all
musical styles and genres, we feel thai
you have dealt Dr. Otto Henrv a great
injustice.
Perhaps your closed-minded attitude
should have been left outside the glass
doors of the recital hall. We feel that
your comment regarding Dr. Henry's
"attitude of apathy" is unfounded and
unjust. In view of your field of stud)
(sociology), your comments are not on!)
unsupportable, but completely un-
professional. As a musician and scholar.
Dr. Henry is well-versed, versatile,
creative (although you may disagree)
and enthusiastic in his own way.
The absence of a screen for the visual
portion of the first and second presenta-
tions may have been intentional, since a
screen was used later in the program. It
you recall, a color organ was utilized for
The Electronic Indian piece and the col-
ors channeled into the folds of the cur-
tain. With this sort of mechanism, Dr.
Henrv obviously did not intend to use
the screen you feel was necessarv.
The "uninspired and laconic" music
you described is a product of your nar-
row field of experience in electronic
music. The first selection of Dr. Henry's
program is a setting of a raiah, a song
chanted by Indian priests contemplating
their eternal destiny. The priests are in a
trance-hke state and are said to reach an
ecstasy unknown to that ol common
practitioners of the Hindu religion. It is
likely that you were not aware ol this
background information, and as a
result, were unable to comprehend Dr
Henrv re-creation of the priests' aural
and visual sensations.
We applaud your consideration ol Dr
Henrv in waiting to leave until intermis-
sion. A person ignorant of musical tradi-
tion does not usual!) exhibit
knowledge of this courtesy. Even an in-
competent musician, which you in-
sinuate Dr. Henry to be. ;s accorded this
consideration.
"Yes, Virginia the real music world
extends beyond rock -and roll. Unfor-
tunately, your experience in the realm ol
serious music is limited, uninspired
and laconic Not onl) are your
statements unjust, uneducated and un-
necessary, the) reveal a lack ol culture.
JUI IE MOOR!
BM Vocal Pedagogy
STEPHANIE K. TNGI ER
Oraduate Student, English
Forum Rules
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expressing alt points of view. Mail or
drop them by our office in the Old South
Building, across from Joyner Library.
Letters must include the name, major
and classification, address, phone
number and signature of the author(s).
letters should he limited to three
typewritten paxes, double-spaced, or
neatly primed. All letters are subject to
editing for brevity, obscenity and libel.
Letters by the same author are limited to
one each 30 days.
To The Right
Russia Approves UN Peace Measure, Still Eyes Mideast Oil
B STAN R1DGLEY
The Soviet Union is to be com-
mended for not screwing up the
United Nations' peace initiative
directed at the Iraq-Iran week-old
war.
Sunday, the UN Security Council
met and within 10 minutes approved
unanimously a resolution sponsored
by Mexico that calls for a settlement
of the war. The Soviet Union and its
puppet hast Germany went along,
though one suspects they did so
grudgingly.
In fact, the Soviets probably went
along with the others simply because
they haven't decided which country
to back in the region. With both
Iran and Iraq snubbing the
U.S.S.R the Kremlin is most likely
taking a wait-and-see attitude. In
the meantime, it doesn't do the Rus
sians any harm to appear con-
ciliatory and vote for a UN resolu-
tion that is essentially meaningless.
They can use all the good PR they
can get.
But this shouldn't obscure the
fact that the Russians have covetous
designs on the region � they always
have. What makes the crucial dif-
ference now is something that most
Americans aren't aware of.
It's common knowledge that the
Soviet Union is the world's largest
producer of crude oil. The Russians
surpass Saudi Arabia's output by
over two million barrels of oil a day.
Russia is energv self-sufficient now
and even exports 1.5 million barrels
per day (bpd) to its Fast European
colonies, however, the Soviets are
on the verge o an energy crunch
that portends ill for the mideast.
How can a country with a 30-35
billion barrel oil reserve be facing an
energy shortage? Typical socialist
inefficiency is a broad, yet accurate
answer. The Russians have ex-
ploited their oil fields using ruthless-
ly shortsighted methods. As a result,
the CIA predicts that Soviet oil pro-
duction will peak at between 11.8
and 11.9 million bpd this year and
then decline steadily to about 10
million bpd by 1985. Says Fortune
Magazine's Herbert E. Meyer: "In
four short years, the Russians would
need to somehow replace at least
two million bpd merely to sus'ain
supplies at the 1980 level
"The Russians have exploited their oil fields using
ruthlessly shortsighted methods. If faced with a
chance to solve its energy problems for the next
decade, they won't hesitate to make the obvious
choice � a power play in the oil-rich mideast
As a result, Meyer says: the
Soviet regime might well decide that
its need for oil requires it to take
over, or substantially dominate, the
oil-rich mideast
That the Soviets cannot maintain
their present level of oil production
is indisputable. Russians typically
skim off the most easily extractable
oil from newly-discovered fields,
then move on to fresh fields, leaving
much oil in the ground. Now, the
Soviets get 25 percent of their oil
from the Siberian Samotlor field
which has already peaked.
Samotlor's successor has not been
discovered, so the Russians will
have to go back to previously ex-
ploited fields and use more expen-
sive methods to extract the oil. This
is where President Carter's oil-
technology embargo comes in.
The Soviets suffer from a lack of
the high technology needed to pro-
fitably extract difficult-to-get-at oil.
A typical example is that is takes
Soviet oil crews an entire year to
drill a well 10,000 feet. While it
takes American crews a mere 34
days. While Carter's embargo of
oil-drilling technology will not cause
the Soviet energy pinch, it will en-
sure that the problem becomes long-
term.
There appear to be only three op-
tions open to the Soviets in the next
five years, and two of them heavily
affect the West.
First, the Soviets could tighen
their belts and conserve, but that ap-
pears to be unlikely since the
U.S.S.R. is already very energv-
efficient. Also, the people would
bear the brunt of any conservation
measures, and unhappy people are
dangerous people. For that same
reason, oil could not be diverted
from the Soviet's East European
colonies.
Second, oil could be purchased on
the open market. Even if the Soviets
could find two million bpd on the
spot market, they would have a hard
time coming up with cash to pay for
it. Even though the Soviet Union is
the world's second-largest producer
of gold, that doesn't appear to be
the answer. Assuming the price of
gold to be1,000 an ounce and oil at
$40 per barrel (a conservative
estimate for 1985), the Soviets
would have to sell 80,000 ounces a
day to pay for its oil. Gold produc-
tion would also have to increase
from the nine million ounces a year
now to 30 million ounces a year.
So the only alternative the Rus-
sians have, and perhaps the one
most compatible with their way of
thinking, is to somehow acquire oil
in the mideast without paying for it.
Meyer has a suggestion on how this
may be done: "The Russians might
pressure Saudi Arabia into diverting
a certain amount of its oil from
Western Countries to Fast bloc
customers in return for a pledge
from Moscow not to 'destabilize'
the Saudi Monarchy
While the Western conscience
bridles at the thought of such coer-
cion, the Soviets have no such com-
punction. In Afghanistan, aside
from armed resistance from the
local population, the Russians
weren't required to pay much of a
price for their belligerence.
The Russians bear close watching
over these next several weeks. If fac-
ed with a choice between interna-
tional indignation and censure and a
chance to solve its energy problems
for the next decade, the Russians
won't hesitate to make the obvious
choice � a power play in the oil-rich
mideast.
Stan Ridgley is a Political Science
major with a degree in journalism
from the University of North
Carolina a Chapel Hill.

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North Dallas Forty, a brutally nonest picture,
"ill be playing Oct. 3 and 4 at 5:00, 7:00. and
9:00 p.m. at Hendrix Theatre. The film stars
Nick Nolle, Mac Davis, and (harks Durning.
North Dallas Forty Coming
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ed in Mendenhall's Hendrix
� on October 3 dnd 4 a1 5:00,
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�� honesi account of
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isive perceptions about
rhrough a woman he meets.
Noite's loyalty is drawn away from
the masculine, violent world which
he has been a part o! for so long.
His changing perceptions result in
static between himself and the
team's management.
1 he excitement, humor, and
drama oi the film is heightened by
the perceptive attention paid to the
realist ie side o a pro-football
player's private and public life.
I he picture's primary cast con-
sists ol Nick Nolle. Mac Davis.
Charles Durning and Ho Svenson.
Among the pro football players
recruited to play Noite's teammates
are John Matuszak and Fred Bilet-
nikoffol the Oakland Raiders. Don
Bun. Bob Farrell and Tom
Reamon of the San Francisco
49'ers, Harold Jackson oi the New
England Patriots, and Cody Jones
oi the 1 os Angeles Rams.
Produced b Frank Yablans,
directed by Ted Kotcheff, with the
screen play written by Nancy Dowd,
North Dallas Forty is marvelously
skilled, lively entertainment not to
be missed.
EPSOM � Nobody comes right
out and says the old Neal house in
Epsom is haunted. Nobody says it's
not either.
But if ever a house looked spook-
ed, the old two-story structure just
south of the Vance-Franklin county
line is it.
It's locked up and deserted now, a
few window panes broken, the
wooden porch heaving and creaking
under slight weight. A setting, sure-
ly, waiting for a Stephen King
novel.
The house hasn't been lived in for
more than a year, the townspeople
say. Then how do they explain the
light bulb burning just inside the
back door? They don't. They expect
things like that now.
It was three, maybe four years
ago when the community was set
abuzz by reports from the widow
Neal and her two hired companions
that strange things were happening,
Leaman Bradsher recalled. Passing
the time in Clem's Grocery � that's
Clem Newman, proprieter � Brad-
sher said he never did find out what
accounted for them.
"A lot of peculiar things Brad-
sher said. "Plates dancing off the
table. Chairs turning over. Window
shades flying up
Newman, whose store is less than
a half mile from the house,
remembered the stories, too. He was
told by someone who claimed to
have seen it that one day a jar of
cold cream on the bedroom dresser
took flight. "The cap flew off and
the cold cream flew up around all
the walls near the ceiling Newman
said. "Then when thev looked for
Sky Drops Out
Students Cope With Wet Shoes
Bv DAMI) NORRIs
X n weighing of many oi us rain. It poured all home. 11 p. i when ! goi
"as drizzling
vvh, 1rig lunch. It was
dri.hen 1 was walking
a milework. So 1
didn't 1ich trouble think-
ing oi a suitable subject to write
about today.
Rain just brings out the gloom in
most people. After a mere three
days or so of constant, unrelenting
clouds and drizzle, almost everyone
exhibits telltale symptoms o ir-
ritability, pessimism and hopeless
gloom. We all forget a lifetime oi
sunny days, and seem to think that
it will rain forever. When I was a
freshman here, it was overcast and
Friends Board Supports
ECU Joyner Library
GREENVILLE - "In this modern
te ol rootlessness and mobility,
experience" has replaced
ound
has
the novelist's device
the stage for his
ictions novelist Ovid
banquet gathering here
the friends of the
I niversity library
annual dinner meeting at Greenville
and Country Club, Pierce
discussed the importance ol physical
und and landscape in the
rioted Southern writers as
well as in the writings of English
elists Dickens and Hardy.
People move easilv from place to
place now, he said, and therefore
ties to a particular place are less bin-
ding. This trend is reflected in con-
temporary fiction. Pierce, a pro-
fessor emeritus of English at ECl .
author of "I he Plantation
� i he Devil's Half" and "The Wed-
ding Guest
il Chancellor and Mrs.
rhomas Brewer entertained friends
members and guests at their home
before the dinner.
Nancy Middleton was elected
president for the 1980-81 year. Rev.
William Hadden Jr. was installed as
president-elect, and Sherry Bastion
oi the ECU library services staff was
elected secretary-treasurer.
Outgoing president Nelson Crisp
expressed appreciation to the
Friends organization for its con-
tributions of time and funds during
the past year.
Dr. Eugene Brunelle, director of
library services at FCC said the
three-year-old organization has
come remarkably far in its short
life, in comparison with other
library support groups. With a cur-
rent membership of 140 members,
the friends' endowment fund now
totals S8.495.26.
Special recognition was given Bet-
ty Ann Hales and Mary Lou
Pelletier, staff members of ECU's
Joyner Library and music library,
who have been involved in assisting
the friends organization with its
projects.
The friends sponsor regular sales
of donated used books and other
fund-raising activities, professional
librarians' seminars, student library
competitions, and concerts. Its sup-
port of ECU'S librarv services has
included a News and Observer index
microfilming project.
Current members of the Friends
board are Betty Brewer, Mori is
Brody, Dr. Joseph Congleton,
Nelson C risp. John Farley, Dr.
Virginia Herrin, John Howard,
Derrie Land, Anne Mattox, Dr.
Hugh Patterson, Ovid Pierce, Dr.
Walter Pories and Dr. David
Stevens.
The Friends' next project will be a
book sale at the Carolina Fast Mall
Charity Bazaar Oct. i I. Tax deduc-
tible donations of books for the sale
may be made by telephoning
757-6514 for further information.
drizzly for about three weeks, and
most oi the older students kept tell-
ing me it always rained like that
here. Talk about bringing out the
gloom in people!
People on television don't seem to
mind the rain as much as real-life
people do. TV is usually full of
romantic couples getting caught in
thunderstorms, laughing hysterical-
K and drinking cans oi Mountain
Dew or something. At times, they
run in slow motion in the rain,
usually in some flower-filled
meadow. Perhaps the thing to keep
in mind is that it probably hadn't
been slowly drizzling for three days
for that commercial.
The trick to surviving an extended
period of rain is to keep thinking
positively. First, remember that rain
will keep crops from dying, and
keep food prices more reasonable.
Rain is the only practical way to
wash your roof if you don't have a
ton of soap and a free weekend.
With a little thinking, rain can
become financially rewarding. Mer-
chants who sell umbrellas and cold
tablets are helped by wet weather.
Umbrella-peddling can make a good
bit of money as well as help students
trapped under the porches of
classroom buildings waiting for the
rain to stop.
Financial rewards are not the only
ones to be made in rainy weather. If
you are artistically inclined, con-
sider capturing the atmosphere of a
rainstorm in a painting or drawing.
Or, write a gloomy poem, song or
play. Taking advantage of the rain
in this way might be called "making
hay while the sun doesn't shine
We need something to make rain
more bearable around here, since
the way this campus is built makes
bad weather extra miserable. For ex-
ample, I mentioned above
something about students trapped
on the porches of classroom
buildings. Some buildings on cam-
pus, such as the Art Building, have
several entrances (the only ones 1
ever use) without porchs. In a bad
rainstorm, the 5.6 seconds it takes
to open a door and close an um-
brella, while holding an armload of
books is more than enough to get
thoroughly soaked if there isn't a
porch handy.
Drainage at ECU is certainly odd,
to say the least. (There are those
who would say it is non-existant.)
The basic pattern of marshy grass
alternating with flooded streets and
sidewalks brings to mind the canals
of Venice, since the sidewalks here
are generally lower than the marshes
and are full of water most of the
time. The pond that forms in front
of the library has long been
overlooked, but has some recrea-
tional potential. The mall often
holds enough water to qualify as a
U.S. Wetland Wildlife Preserve, or
maybe a rice paddy. A particularly
favorite sidewalk of mine leads
from the infirmary parking lot
down a hill to the coed dorms. On a
rainy day, this ordinary sidewalk
becomes a spectacular white-water
river, making a student heading
uphll feel something like a salmon.
the jar, it was in the trash can � you
know, that kind with the pedal you
step on to open. It was inside
there
The Franklin County sheriff's
deputies investigated, but they could
never come up with an explanation
they could prove, said deputy
Wesley Demon.
"We went out there several
times Denton said. "I went a cou-
ple of times nivself.
"People said they saw silverware-
drawers flying across the room.
Everyone would be downstairs and
they would hear something upstairs
and the bed would be turned over
Finally the family decided to br-
ing in some experts, said Cecil Gay
of Henderson, Mrs. Neal's son-in-
law. Professors from Duke Univer-
sity and the University of Virginia,
scholars of unusual and unexplained
phenomena, were persuaded to visit
the house. Thev witnessed none of
the strange goings-on, though, and
attributed the happenings to
poltergeists, (,ay said.
To Mrs. Neal's children and to
those who knew her, he said, it all
remains a mystery.
When the widow, Lula Neal, died
about a year ago, the house was
losed. It remains part of her un-
dissolved estate.
All the talk of the unexplained
soon began luring sightseers, and
they're coming still. "We get calls
now and then wanting to know
where the haunted house is Den-
ton said.
Some Fpsom residents think there
really was something funny and
unexplained going on in the house;
some attribute the incidents to van-
dalism and plain meanness on the
part of a few of Mrs. Neal's ac-
quaintances.
But mey do enjoy talking and
wondering about it. And thev can't
explain the light bulb, which just
last week was burning brightly in-
side the latched back door.
Feldman's Release
In God We Trust
Bombs Horribly
By JOHN WALDEN
Religious comedy movies are
quite a trend nowadays. Each oi
these films has satiried religion, in
a fashion, while trying to get some
good laughs in the process. Yet, it
would seem that some divine hand is
at work here. Each of these films
has crashed at the theatre box of-
fice. Universal Pictures' new
release: "In God We Trust" is no
exception either. It, too, has bomb-
ed horribly. When one takes a good
look at this picture, it is easy to see
why.
The story is centered around a
poor young monk by the name of
Ambrose. Since his birth, he has
been leading a sheltered life in a
mountain monastery in Califonria.
However, when the mortgage comes
due for the abbey, Ambrose is sent
out by his brothers into the real
world to seek the financial help of
the Reverend Armageddon T.
Thunderbird.
Venturing into the big city for the
first time, Ambrose is rather lost
and confused among the urbanues.
His innocence gets him into some
embarrassing troubles in the inner
streets. Still, his real problems begin
when he meets up with a small time
con artist who goes by the name of
Dr. Melmoth (Peter Boyle). Selling
Lazarus dolls for a living, the good
doctor is the sort of preacher who
sells the gospel with a bible in one
hand and a bottle of Jack Daniels in
the other. Quickly, he manages to
bring Ambrose into his little travel-
ing sideshow. The two team up to
spread the work in the city and bleed
the sinners dry of their worldly
wealth.
Yet, Brother Ambrose comes
across one sinner that he is not quite
sure how to handle; she is a street-
walker named Mary (Louise
I asser). Charmed by his childlike
innocence, she gives him a place to
stay in her apartment. Together, the
two journey to seek the good
Reverend Thunderbird's help in
order to save the monastery.
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THE EAST CAROLINIAN
OCTOBER 2, 1980
Dana Brown, Keith Stephens and Mike Ernest of the ECU Sign
Language Club pose with the special closed-caption decoder. It will
soon be installed on a television set in Mendenhall Student Center.
Sign Language Club Buys
Closed-Caption Decoder
B DAVID NORRIS
hMlytn tditor
Closed-caption television pro-
grams will be available to hearing
Impaired ECU students in
Mendenhall Student Center, thanks
to the efforts of the ECU Sign
Language Club. According to Mike
Ernest, faculty advisor to the club,
money for the special closed-caption
decoding machine was raised
through special fund-raising pro-
jects. The club also raised money
for another machine for the School
for the Deaf in Wilson.
The special captions are essential-
ly subtitles, and only televisions
with a special decoding device pick
them up. The device is about the size
of a shoebox, and sits on top of the
television set. It is hooked up to the
back of the set in a way similar to
that for a cable TV attachment.
The Sign Language Club began
about three years ago. It is both a
social and a service club. Among
other activities, the club has visited
the Wilson School For The Deaf,
and gone on beach retreats. On
these weekend beach retreats, the
club members converse only in sign
language, which rapidly improves
the members skills.
"Just For Fun a group of Sign
Language Club members who per-
form sign language to music, has
performed a number of times local-
ly, including a show at the Student
Life Celebrates on the mall. They
plan later performances at various
Pitt County schools,
The Sign Language Club meets
every two weeks. The next meeting
is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 5 in
the multi-purpose room in
Mendenhall Student Center. A
covered dish supper begins at 6
p.m and the meeting itself begins
at 7 or 7:30 p.m. Anyone who is in-
terested is invited to attend;
knowledge of sign language is not
necessarv.
ABORTION
The Fleming Center has been here for you since 1974.
providing private, understanding health care
to women of all ages at a reasonable cost
Saturday abortion hours
Free pregnancy tests
Very early pregnancy tests
Evening birth control hours
The Fleming Center we're here when you need us.
Call 781-8580 in Raleigh anytime.
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Happenings
Campus Events:
I hursda 2
� 4:00 P.M. omens Held Hockey, High
Pomi College, High Point, N.C.
Erida 3
� 12:00 noon 5:00 P 1. 1 amil) Fun ),w
� 5:00 P.M. Womens Volleyball, South
Carolina Invitational, c olumbia, S.C.
� 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 P.M. Movie, "North
Dallas Forty" Hendrix rheatre.
� 7:30 P.M. Octoberfest, VI Fletcher
Recital Hall.
� 8:15 P.M. Pops concert, Kinston N (
Northwest Elementary School auditorium.
Saturday 4
8:00 A.M. 1 rash and treasure sale, Moose
lodge parking lot, (Raindate, Oct. II)
� 12:(K) noon until First Annual Beach
Music Blast, Hugo Outdoor rheatre.
Featuring Steve Bassett's Virginia Breeze,
1 ie Degrees South Janice, Clifford t urry,
1 he Catalinas. $7.00 advance, $9.00 ai the
door. Call 2 4939 foi information.
� 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 P M. Movie, "North
Dallas Forty" Hendrix rheatre.
� 7:30 P.M. Octoberfest, A.I Fletcher
Recital Hall.
� 7:30 P.M. Womens Volleyball, South
v arolina Invitational. Columbia S.C .
Monda) 6
� 3:00 P.M Soccer. UNC, Greensboro
N (
Iuesda 7
� 6:00 P M. M.S.C. Da Studeni I able
I ennis tor l 1 Studeni Center,
Wednesday 8
� 3:30 P.M. Intramural Almost Anything
goes, c ollege Hill l.M field.
� 7:00 P.M. Womens Volleyball, N
State, Minges c oliseum.
� 7:00 & l:ix P M. Movies: International
Doul
"Th
le 1 eat u re
4(H) BlOWS1
"The Seventh Seal'
Hendrix Theatre.
&
Thursday 9
� 1 AS I DAY rO DROP A COURSE OR
WITHDRAW I ROM SCHOOl
� 8:15 P.M. faculty Recital, Brad Folley,
Saxophone, A.I Fletcher Recital Hall.
Sept. 26-Oct5
� Senior art show by Mike Lederstedt,
Mendenhall Upper Gallery, prints and draw-
ings. Reception October 4 at 8:00 P.M.
Ocl 1 -Oct3
� Radiology Seminar, Ramada Inn, call
757-4485.
Oct2-Oct4
� Intramural singles tennis tournament.
College Hill CtS.
Oct6-Oet7
� C HANGE OF MAJOR.
Nightlife
Carolina Opry House:
� Ihuisdav PI UM HOI I OW
� Friday JAY MURPHY BAND
� Saturday JA MURPHY BAND
� luesdav. FARGO
� Wednesday 1 ARGO
� rhursday NORTH SI AR BAND
� Friday NORTH STAR BAND
� Saturday NORTH SI AR BAND
Attic:
� rhursday THRUSH
� Friday STREE 1 1 AI K
� Saturday BADGE
� Sunday BADG1
� Monday Closed
� luesdav I HKI 1 P.M. BAND
� Wednesday f YORK FLYERS
(1 reshmen tree)
.1.1. Music Hall:
� 1 hursday GA 1 1 MOt 1 H BROWN,
back by popular demand, no covet
� 1 rida HAV-A-HAPPY 3:00
� Friday AL CAPONE BAND
� Saturday AI CAPONE BAND
Elbo:
� Tuesday ECUFC First Annual BEST
LEGS CONTEST 8:00 - 1:00 p.m.
� Wednesday GENTS NIGHT
� Thursday COLLEGE NIGHT
� Friday END OF WEEK PARTY
� Saturday VICTORY PARTY
� Sunday LADIES NIGHT
Peaches:
� Thursday Greenville's Orignial FOXY
I ADY NIGHT
� Saturday Come Party With Hardy,
STEVE HARDY'S BEACH PARTY
8:30-2:00
Movies
Buccaneer:
� "Hopscotch" -R- Walter Mat thaw,
Glenda Jackson, shows at 1:10, 3:10, 5:10,
7:10 & 9:10;
� "Wholly Moses" -PG- Dudly Moore,
Laraine Newman, shows at 1:15, 3:15, 5:15,
7:15 and 9:15;
� "Mv Bodyguard" Chris Makepeace,
Ruth Gordon, Martin Mull, shows at 1:00,
3:00, 5:00, 7:00, & 9:00.
Pitt Plaa:
� "The Electric Horseman" -PG- shows at
2:50. 4:55, 7:00, 9:05;
� "In God We Trust" -PG- shows at 3:30,
5:20, 7:10, 9:00;
� "The Big Red One"
5:15, 7:15, and 9:15.
STARTS FRIDAY
"Resurrection "Joni"
II
In God We Trust
Fails To Entertain
Continued from page 5
It is here that the plov really
begins to go down lull completely.
Marty Feldman is new at directing
his own films, and it shows. He does
not put much punch into his story; it
just seems to lie there and go no
place at all.
If the plot isn't had enough,
Feldman's message behind this
movie is garbled in translation, too.
He should be commended lor star
ting out with a good concept for a
movie, for wanting to -o the cv
tremes o show business religion go-
ing on today. Agreed, the world ol
money-greedy television preachers
and religious con artists could have
really used a good black eve.
However, feldman's movie goes
way overboard with satire. He
stereotypes everything religious as
bad; for example, he portarys all
men o the cloth as either piioi tools
who know nothing ol reality, or
money-grubbing men who np-ott
the poor fools by way of the collec-
tion plate.
One wonders if he is just at-
taching the cheap commercialized
tvpe ol religion, or religion itself
feldman does not draw any clear
distinction in his movie. He does not
seem able to get his values straight
and just shoots from the hip.
The acting in this picture leaves
something to be desired, too. I ouise
I asser could not be called one ol the
best all time actresses. Her role doet
nothing at all to support this film. It
is about the same for Peter Boyle,
who does not give a very memorable
performance either
And) Kaufman was probabK I
best ol a bad lot. Kaufman's por
11aval ol the great reverend A I
Ihunderbird was fairly good Hi-
on-beat sense ol humor brought
some life to his role ol a power
razed, prime-time preacher.
-PG- shows at 3:15,
at the P1 aa ,
' and "Oh God Part
Park Iheatre (Downtown)
� "No Nukes" -PCi- shows at
9:00.
:00 and
It you have anything that you would like to put
in "Happenings" send them to T. Ashe Lockhart
,Ir I he last Carolinian, Last Carolina Universi-
ty, Greenville, N.C. 27834.
Mendenhall Student Center To Sponsor
Fall Semester Indoor Sports Tournament
1 he top men
a omen in the events
backgammon, bowling,
billiards, table soccer,
and table tennis will
determined throuj
campu; qualifying
tout naments to be held
during I all Scmestei
S V"misoi ed by
Mendenhall Studei
C e i I h e t o u i -
are some ol
undred being
.ol leges and
. 5 around the
� � the qualifying
iatc champion-
ships ted b the
ss ' College
I nions-1nter national.
The Ia m :
winners in each event
will represent ECU in
the Region 5 tourna-
ment with the cham-
ons tr approx-
imately
hools from the states
Kentucky, Virginia,
South c arolina, i
nessee, and North
c arolina. This tourna-
ment will be held Feb.
12, 13. and 14, 1981 at
I ast 1 ennessee State
I niversity . I he all-
expense paid trip to the
regional competition
lor the EC I represen-
tatives will be spon-
sored by Mendenhall
Student Center.
Qualifying tour-
naments are being con-
ducted in each men's
residence hall to deter-
mine dorm winners and
al Mendenhall to deter-
mine dav-student win-
ners w ho w ill p
� :ipate in the VII
(. ampus Billiards and
lable Tennis events
, Backgammon and
I able Soccei even's will
be held as single All-
( ampus event- Pai
ticipants foi the Bowl-
i ng e v e n I will
seleci ed t rom I he
M s I n t r a m u r a I
Recreational Services
sps red pi ogr .mi
il
at icast 10 credit hours
late
in any of the events bul
every par'
it the Bow!
or Billi at
Mendenhall B
pa rtic i pa i m ay
register al the In-
I ramui a I Office in
Memorial Gv m.
1 he Ml-Cam pus
B lliai is 1 oui namei
scheduled tor Monday.
No 3 at 6 p.m. in
Mendenhall with the
semi-finals and fir
scheduled foi the
following dav it time
does not allow comple-
tion on Monday, the
top lour day-studeni
qualifiers, to be dec
ed on Monda Oct 20,
and the three qualifiers
from each dorm will
meel in this double
e 1 i mi n a t ion t o u r n a
ment. I he first and se-
cond place finishers
will participate in the
regionals.
1 he Women's All-
c ampus Billiards I our-
nament will be held on
ednesday, Oct. 29 at
6 p.m. in the Billiards
(enter . 1 he VI!
c ampus champion in
the women's division
will represent ECU al
the regionals.
Scheduled foi Mon-
day, No . IO is the All
t. ampus 1 ennis 1 oui -
nameni. 1 oui dav sin-
dent winners and ap-
proximately eighl dorm
winners will compete
the men's title, )ne
w mner will be chosen in
ten's division
on No. 10 and will at-
id the regional in
I ennessee. 1 he double
�.�,MW,u .iim nm ��iiii.i.ii.iiiiii I'W iiii.nii.il
elimination tour-
naments will get under-
way al b p.m. in the
Multi-Purpose Room
at Mendenhall.
I he All-Campus
Bowling lournament
will begin on Thursday,
( k i. JO wuh the I earn
Captains' Meeting at 4
p.m. in MSC Room
221. 1 he Mendenhall
a n d Intramural-
Recreational Services
co-sponsored event will
be a team competition
but the ECl represen-
tatives to go to Ten-
nessee will be decided
bv the top live singles
scores overall in both
the men's and women's
div isions.
1 able Soccer, a new
all-campus event, has
been added to the com-
petition this year. 1 he
double elimination All-
C ampus fable Soccer
team tournament will
be held Wednesday,
Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. The
championship team will
represent I� 'U at the
regionals and may con-
sist o two men, two
women, or one man
and one woman.
Scheduled for Mon-
day, Oct. 27 is the All-
Campus Backgammon
Tournament to be held
in the Multi-PurposL
Room at Mendenhall at
6 p.m. The tournament
has met with great suc-
cess the past two years
and this year should
prove to be no excep-
tion, the first place
finisher will participate
in the regional face-to-
face tournament.
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I
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'Let there be another movie
f ' another movie.
Fine Arts Festival
Auditions Scheduled
SO A is sponsoring a I all Fine Arts festival to
be held on Wednesday, October 22 and rhurs-
day, October 23, at 3:00 p.m. in the amphitheatre
behind Fletcher dorm. The festival is being
organized bv the SC.A both to provide tree enter
tainment for ECU students, and to create a
showcase lor talented performers on campus.
Auditions for interested amateurs or profes-
nals will be held in Room 224 Mendenhall at
7:30p.m. on Wednesday, October 8. Anv solo or
group art shows, dance or mime performances,
folk groups, quartets or any other musical group
or solo, and plays are urged to audition.
Anything classified as art is eligible for audition.
Among people who have already expressed
ideas for performances are a graduate who is a
mime artist and a group with a modern play in-
volving no scenery.
If the Festival is a success, it will be repeated in
the spring for a longer running period. All in-
terested people are urged to contribute to the 1 all
Line Arts Festival to ensure a Spring line Arts
Festival.
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Ml 1 S1 R � 1NI XN
Sports
Special Sports Analysis
An Outside Look In At The Pirates
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Pembroke And
Equal Record
ith arolina
� ound.
Bv E 1 's task
ACC Weekend Preview
UNC Hosts Jackets
e newest member
ference,
ranked North
the in si time in 35
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irday, and the timing Carolina is 3 I and
worse toi the Yellow
said
i hall �
the veai
Coaches Recruiting To Replace Likes Of Vern Davenport (5)
ECU Coaching Staff
Faces 'Toughest Week'
didi
MFim
I ne
in the
Bakei
' he said. "1 think
feasible it we con-
we have latch. v e
.chedule
last !
nes.
I
1 hough the 1 as! t arohna loot
learn has an open dale this
Sat irda Pirat c aching stafl m
. h one ol its toughes
wee! ' he reason.
� e have a week off at
all said 1I head coach 1 d pe
En �r " -V a mattei ol fact, it's
Aeek of our lives
firsi got on the board ofJ thfee straighl losses,
g period when Chip Ihe dub had the 0pen la
m a Pfnalt r� at an oppurtune time i I the
Baker contributed to the team s e ())! man) m)urcd wii have a
cond al also, when he dished out q hea,
an excellent assist to Brad incneii , presen1 week has been one of
on a breakaway that put the Pirates recrujtjng nl addition to the immediately
up 2-0 at the halt normal coaching duties foi the
Smith was able to empty his
bench in the second half, with the rQokie heaii coach viu) thal

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anybody
1 moi took
s
Hal
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team's final goal coming from recruiting in l980 was vital due to S
reserve forward David Hays in the ih), l rccnilUng in the
second period ast tcu years had not been that e
The Pirates' next match is at UNC - cellent.
Green bow on Monday. Starting "When we (ne� staff) got here
viretnsnoio w" . . nretty div I he
time for that contest is 3 p.m. he said, n wa pre
things wouia h
Pirates, citing th
the many inji
tow '
jn l be worse
Jacki
� 3 0 1 ai Heels are considered
b main to be the best North
C arolina team in years, and last
�Aeek deteaied Mai viand 17-3, to
take a jump in the national rankings
15th to 1 lth.
l'North c arolina is a tremendous-
dented football team as evidenc
ed by their undefeated record and
national ranking said Yellow
jacket coach Bil'K urry, whose team
�a ill bung a 1 2 record toChpel Hill.
" i he defense hasn't allowed a
touchdown all year and the offense
� potent. It will be as stiff a test
oui team as we've had this
season added Curry whose team
� iced top-ranked Mabama and
ked Honda. "We won't be
make the mistakes we've
aking and expect to win.
1 Isewhere around the conference
Saturday, Maryland (3-1) is on the
i against I'm. North Carolina
State (2-) is al 15th ranked South
( arolina, Clemson (2-1) is at home
against Virginia lech. Duke (0-3) is
at Indiana. Virginia (2-1) is West
irginia, and Wak 1 orest (2 1) is at
illiam and Mai
1; will likely be the fai Heels'
it gets a test this week,
: that is one area where the team
is suspect.
Mike Kelley is an outstanding
passer said fai Heel coach Dick
of i a win over Mk
day before a crowd of 104,00
1 he W fpael v-
sheked las; Saturday by a 27-7
to v ake 1 orest.
�� 1 hey (South c ar
outstanding team las yeai
now, they're better said
coach M i : K �� �: 'Anvtii foi theii nn
beat Michigan and I B second vea- v.s" K.e. "
1 he '
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Mai
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State, Carolina Tickets
On Sale Next Monday
Football tickets foi
East Carolina's upcom-
ing games with Atlantic
c oast i onference rivals
North c arolina and N.C.
State will go on sale at the
1 (. I tickel office next
Monday, Oct. 6, al (
a.m.
Students can obtain no
more than two tickets to
either contesi and must
present a valid IP and
tivitv card before the put
chase.
Foi the Oct. 25
meeting w ith the 1 ai
Heels, students will be
charged $9 foi each
ticket.
1 ickets to the No 22
season finale with the
w olfpack will sell ai
$4.50 for the first one
and the regulai g pi
for the second.
Kickoff tune for the
UNC game is 2 p.m.
while the matchup with
the Pack carries a 1 p.m.
starting time.
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(K I OBI K 2. 1980
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The Fearless Football Forecast
Gl ORGIA IK H AT UNC
N.C. STATE AT SOUTH CAROLINA
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Write IJC Bo� 52 NC4 Corona
Del Mar. CA 92625
DRUMMER WANTED for rock
band Call 758 8237. ask for Ben or
Joe, or call 758 8394. ask for Tom
LOST Gray Kitten near 13th and
Charles St Call 758 6919
LINDA your welcome
FOR SALE
FOR SALE PEARL Snaredrum.
6 5 14 in $235 new Best Offer
Call 758 3076
FOR SALE Technics SA 500 60
wa'ts SL 230 fully automatic
turntable with Empire 2000 Elll
Phase Linear speakers
Aluminum antennae Paid SHOO,
best offer Call 752 8860 ask for
Graham
FOR SALE 1969 Ford Van Semi
Custom insulated, standard. VI,
Call Mary Duggan a' 758 5057 after
6 00 p m
FOR SALE Garrard 42 M Torn
table Kenwood 3200 Amp . two
Utah Speakers (with woofer.
Tweeter, two Mid Ranges) 5400
Call 756 8850 between 9 00 a m
and 5 00 p m
WATER BED Must sell, never
been used Complete with mat
tress, liner frame headboard
deck, heater Will Sacrifice for
IMS. Call David 758 1675
FOR SALE 1978 Yamaha En
duro S950. Call 752 4525
FOR RENT
ROOMMATE NEEDED IM
MEDIATELY Three Bedroom
house on Memorial Drive $115
per month plus utilities Call
757-4652 8 00 5 00pm or 756 1558
after 5 00 p.m
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEED
ED: Cartage House Townhouses
two bedroom apartment beginning
Oct 6 Call 756 9171.
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
CLASSIFIED ADS CAN BE PUR
CHASED AT THREE LOCA
TIONS
Student Organ, ration Booth
(Mendenhall), M F 300 4.00
Student Supply Store Lobby MWF
10 00 11 00, TTH 11:00 12:00
East Carohman Office, MTTH
4 00 5 00, WF 2 00 3 00
PRICE $1 00 for 15 rd )5 for
each addi'ionas word
Make checks payable to The East
Carolinian
Abbre. :a'ions count as one word
as do phone numbers and,
hyphenations
mail TO
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Old South Building
Greenvii N C "834
Phi Kappa Tau
Little Sister
RUSH
I)KT Fraternity would like to extend an
open invatation to all interested young
ladies, and encourage you all to attend.
RUSH
MON.andTUES.
THE PARTIES START AT 8:30 AND
LAST UNTIL. COME ON BY AND
HAVE A GREAT TIME AND MEET
THE PHI TAUS!
409 Elizabeth St.
If You Need A Ride
Call 752-4379 or 752-0469
oJUNDER THE BIG TENT!
VITAMIN C
with
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STUDENT SUPPLY STORE
SALE
Owned and Operated r.ast Carolina University
Wright Building Lat Carolina I niveruty
(jreenv ilie. N 2 . s3-4
THROUGH
OCTOBER 7Th
BOND'S SPORTING GOODS H.L. HODGES CO.
218 ARLINGTON BLVD. 210 E. 5th.
GREENVILLE,N.C. GREENVILLE,N.C.
Make it a complete beach
weekend - - rain or shine
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BEACH PARTY AND SHAG
CONTEST SATURDAY NITE,
OCTOBER 4th ($100 and other
valuable prizes to winners)
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Bring your blanket or lawn chair
' Bad of oz
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Concert begins at 11:00 a.m.
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ATTENTION GREEKS
NOW AVAILABLE AT BONDS & H.L. HODGES
SPORTING GOODS
HOODED PULLOVER COATS
ZIP-UP COATS
FOOTBALL JERSEYS V SLEEVE
OCTOBER 5. 1980
HOLIDAY TRAVEL PARK
EMERALD ISLE, N.C.
(on the beach)
Adm.
$10.00 adv.
$12.00 gate
Adv. tickets at:
WiM
Call now for your
camping reserva-
tions:
354-2250
FOOTBALL JERSEYS (all colors)
10.95
8.95
' SLEEVES WITH LETTERING
PLAIN
HOODED PULL OVERS
Apple Records
Have a Coke and a smile.
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WITH LETTERING
PLAIN
HOODED ZIP-UP
(NAVY OXFORD,
GOLD.WHITE.KELLY)
11.95
9.95
(OXFORD NAVY)
WITH LETTERING 12 95
PLAIN 11.95
CALL 756-6001 FOR COLORS & AVAILABILITY
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YOU CAN STILL BECOME A PART OF THE AIR FORCE ROTC FOUR YEAR
PROGRAM. TAKE TIME TO INVESTIGATE A CHALLENGING AND REWAR-
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REGISTER FOR AERO 1102 AND AERO 1103 FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER
STOP BY OUR OFFICES ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF WRIGHT ANNEX AND
CHECK OUT THE DETAILS. WE WILL BE GLAD TO EXPLAIN THE FOUR
YEAR AIR FORCE ROTC PROGRAM TO YOU. AND REMEMBER. THERE IS NO
OBLIGATION FOR THE FIRST TWO YEARS OF AIR FORCE ROTC
(jg� CONTACT: CAPTAIN BARTON J. MOVER
ROOM 209, WRIGHT ANNEX
757-6597 or 757-6598
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we welcome; you to another
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20
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ENTIRE
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20 0FF
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ENTIRE STOCK
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COATS
WC-OLS, LEASTHERS, RABBITS,
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LAYAWAt
FOR
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PHONE
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Unisex Salon
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LA KOSMETIQUE
Hair Designs
For Men And Women
Special
Through October 31
$10.00 Off Regular Price
Any Curly Perm or Body Wave
Free Shampoo Airwave or Shampoo Set
With
All Hair Cuts
Call Now 752-3419
2800 East 10th Street and Williams Ave.
In Shopping Center With J.D. Dawson Catalog Showroom
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The East Carolinian, October 2, 1980
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East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
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October 02, 1980
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