The East Carolinian, October 7, 1980






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Serving the Last Carolina campus community since 1925.
Vol. 55 No. 13
16 Pages
luesday, October 7, 1980
�reenville, North Carolina
Circulation 10,000
SGA Legislature Meets; Sherrod Discusses ECU Fall Break
Members of the new lv elected student
legislature met tot the first time Monday,
� a speakei and voting on the Firsi
ol i he 980 81 school ye.
SGA ice President 1 ynn c aldei gavel-
ed the first session to order and presided
ovei the prot i until Peggy David
,i I unioi fore ajor, was
new speak
Davidson won the vote ovei hei
ponents, Mike I dwards and M
Concert
I he I CU Sign language Club received
the tirsi appropriation o the year when the
legislature voted unanimously to lend the
gnmp $800 to be used to purchase t-shirts
tor a fund-raising venture. According to
the bill, the money will be repaid, interest-
free, before the last day of classes the
semester.
Othei student groups submitting bills
foi money were the Visual Arts Forum, the
ECU Marching Pirates, the School o
Musk and the ECU Playhouse. A bill
which would change the meeting day ot the
legislature from Monday to Wedn
will also be considered.
1 he legislators, most of whom are new
to the SGA, were chosen in campus elec
t ion v last week. Ot 25 day student
'legislator positions, only about 2() have
been tilled. 1 he total number ot the
legislature, when filled, will be about 50
members.
During the meeting. SGA President
Charlie Sherrod announced that plans to
create a tall break for 111 were under-
way. According to Sherrod, results ot a
special survey on the question indicate that
I CU students overwhelmingly desire such
a break.
Released late Monday night, the results
o! the survey show that o the 1202
students who responded, 1.124 said they
would like to have a tall break.
Approximately two-thirds of the
respondents said the break should tall on a
Thursday and a Friday (rather than Mon-
day and luesday or 1 nday and Monday),
but were divided on the timing of the
bieak. The students sere evenly divided
between the second week in October and
the third week in October.
I tie question ot a tall break will he rais
ed in meetings oi the Calendar Committee,
which begin Wednesdav, Oct. 8.
"Once they see the results ot the survey,
and realie that ECU Is one ot the tew
schools in the state that has no tail break, 1
don't think they can deny us1 he said.
Triple Billing Highlights
Homecoming Festivities
By 1)1 WIM 1 ION
"As tor the immedial future,
. van be done until school
gets fjat I in and the Majoi "
tions v ommittee can meet said
me, chairperson ot the
Ma ions Committee. I
my predict oi
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concert business; howevei Ma-
v ns Committee made
�t s and l ed closely
� ;Cs management to
Homecon
Week.
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Ma tee tht Majoi
presents a problem.
I oi now. the problems seem a lit-
tle lesser with the coming concert.
"It this goes well, hopefully there
will be another concert in
November, so we hope everyone will
support the concert said Sune,
who is "excited about having a con-
� it all"
"It things go well with this con-
. there's a chance we might have
a concert in the latter part of
Novembei Sune said.
"We did a survey on the populari-
ty of Pat Benatar, and it things
work out - thai is, it we can get in-
to Minges and gel the ad signed �
we plan on doing a Benatar con
cert Sune added.
"Getting the bigger acts into
Greenville is a building process
sun. a � "It "dei to afford bet-
�ncerts, we've got to make
some money fil si
" K nv, we're looking tor
� the Nantuckei concert he
i fiey are unquestionably a
HI Pitt County Sales
Of Liquor Exceed
$4 Million In Year
Back In The Sun
Photo by JON JORDAN
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After a week f gloomy, rainy weather in the Greenville area, students
were relieved to find Ihe sun breaking through the clouds to start last
weekend on a brighter note. When the sun is out. one usually finds the
iibrar) wall toil fair-weather enthusiast like these
By MIKE NOON AN
Mtam News t-dnr
Approximately halt of the total
amount of liquor sold in Pitt C oun-
ty is bought in Greenville's three
ABC stores, according to a
spokesman tor the Pitt County ABC
Board.
During the fis al year extending
between July 1. 1979 and June 28,
1980, Pitt County ABC stores raked
in ot over $4.3 million from liquor
sales. Of this figure, $2.6 milion vvas
sold in Greenv ile alone.
tl C ounty receives an actual net
profit of 10 percent from the total
amount -old.
1 he total number ttles in-
volved in these figures are 837,993
in all of Pitt County and 4443 in
C ireenv ille
In the past fiscal year, the m mh
in which the mo liquor was pui
chased was December with a sales
I ol S474.148. Ihe month with
the fewest sales was June $306,Kl
A breakdown of where the liquor
is sold in Greenville's three ABC
stores reveals that the store on Arl-
ington Blvd. sells nearly as much li-
quor as the other two combined.
The store on Arlington Blvd. sold
$1.3 million worih of liquor, the one
on I ottanche sold $75s,6"s antj (ne
one on Memorial sold $"29,498
worth.
In the tirsi three months o the
present fiscal year, Aug. through
Sept. 1980, $1.25 million has been
spent on liquor in all ot Pitt county
combined. There were Si 1,908 more
spent during the month of Sept. in
1980 than in 19"9. This represents
an increased of 3.3 percent coun-
ty wide
Based on an estimated coun-
tvwide population of 79,500, the
average amount of money spent per
person tor liquor in Pitt County is
sM.per year.
G
� -n i perceni
ze, II
. � ihe problem ot not having
facilities to ma-
lt s lot
tl tea
� - rhe fact
that tit p ��' here also
Three's A Crowd In Cramped Dorms
Blood Drive
1 � � of the 1 asi c arolina
R() 1 menl are sponsor-
ng ; n Oct obei 7 A
s, 198'
V 1 I 1
be in Wright Auditor,urn between
� 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
' Mori on
t .0 olina
R() 11 nt to help serve
' . said C adel
C df s- I owell. I his public
Ml ROTC cadets
i i Red o
tl 100 pints
Last y
tctualiy ex-
ceed n i he final count aJA
Every one is
�ul "You may be
a pint
( apt am
By Mil LIE WHITE
siad V riU '
lor approximately 200 Ml
students, finding solitude in the
midst ol then dorm rooms is virtual-
ly impossible; these students live in
"tripled rooms Main students
complain about the lack of privacy
in the dorm room but for these 200
tern ales their complaints are
perhaps more understandable.
General complaints about the
lack of privacy seem petty when
compared to the complaints that the
tripled students have against the
Department ol Housing. The tripled
students are complaining loud and
clear about how Housing is handl-
ing their situation.
Karen C orbv ot Clement Dorm
feels that Housing's attitude is one
ot indifference. She states that,
"Housing's feeling is that we're us-
ed to it bv now. so why not let it
be?"
I inda Hale, also of Clement
Dorm stv that. "Housing is not
constant in what thev say and do
Agreeing with Miss Corby and
Miss Hale is Valerie Simpson of
I leming Dorm who says that, "they
(Housing) have done a rotten job of
handling the situation' One of
Miss Simpson's roommates, Kathy
Felton, believe- that, "if someone
from Housing would come and live
as a third person. I'd give them two
davs before they'd be willing to
work taster
What is being done to help the
tripled students? Clement Dorm.
like many othei dorms, have held
"bitch sessions tor the tripled
students. These sessions were con
ducted bv the Do:in Administrators
and the Resident Advisors Tina
Dennis ol Clement Dorm says that
during the sessions certain ques-
tions got the run-around. All they
did was till us with hot air(sic)
Miss Dennis adds that, "their solu-
tion to everything was that you have
to accept change and learn to live
with it, which is ot course what they
would sav because none of them are
in the position that we're in
By the time that Housing notified
these students ot their situation, it
was too late for them to find other
living accomodations, according to
the students. 1 ike many ot ihe othei
tripled students. Jeanne Hoffman,
Sharon 1 ee. and Sherry Stalev of
W hite Dorm, were not notified until
three weeks before school began.
Jeanne Hoffman wonders, "why
the hell did they enroll all of these
people when they can't house
them?"
Mr. Dan Woolen, director ot
housing, was busy Monday and was
unable to comment before press
time.
Meanwhile, the tripled students
are coping the best 'hat they can
with their situation.
A personality clash is one ot the
mam problems with being tripled.
Most of the roommates get along
well with each other, but when
animosity does build up. they take it
in stride.
Becky little of White Dorm sums
it up by saying that, "we're starting
to get on each other's nerves, but we
are staying away enough not to Ao
it
One good point brought up about
being tripled is the number of new
! r sends that the students are making
via their roommates. As Sherry
Stalev of Clement Dorm states,
"we're having a good lime, it's just
the space
Studying is also difficult tor the
tripled students. I hree people in the
room means three different studying
habits with onlv two desks. Joanne
Parker states that, "someone
always has to go to the library
because there's not enough room
for all ol us
in the tripled rooms the phone
rings constantly but, as Debbie
Goodman and Demetria Berry of
Clement Dorm state, "there is
always someone here to answer the
phone The same holds true for
calls on the intercom.
SeeWOMKN, Page3
Students Reap Benefits
As Congress Passes New
Education Aid Package
Greenville Holding Its Own
In Face Of National Slumps
On The Inside
Announcements
I ditorials
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Movie
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By lOM HAI 1
s(�f( ntrt
Greenville and Pitt County are
well insulated against the current
national recession, according to the
Greenville Area Chamber of Com-
merce (GACOC) and local com-
munity leaders.
1 e n experts representing
agriculture, retail sales, construe
lion, industry, communications,
utilities, health care, education,
transportation and financial growth
met at a "coffee talk" Thursdav
morning sponsored by WNCT-TV,
the Coffee Hour Task Force of the
GACOC and the Economic and In-
dustrial Development Council of the
chamber. The meeting was held at
the Willis Building at first and
Reade streets.
GACOC figures show that Pitt
Countv's tobacco acreage is the
largest in the world, with 22.(KK)
acres and annual income of over $62
million.
Pitt County Commissioner Ed
Warren said there are approximate-
ly 1700 farmers and 2500 farms in
the county. Corn production, with
80,000 acres, usually has a S20
million income, but 1980 was "a
disastrous year for corn" because of
the drought. Warren said.
Pitt County is the state's largest
producer of poultry and eggs, with
an $11 million annual revenue, ac-
cording to Warren. I ivestock pro-
duction grosses $16 million yearly,
soybeans bring in $5 million and
peanuts earn S3 million he said.
farmers believe in a good,
strong America Warren added.
"To have a good, strong America
you must have a good, strong farm
program
Don Yeager ot the J.C . Penney
Co. said retail sales had risen 7 per-
cent to $11 million, well above the
national and state averages. Only
Rocky Mount and Goldsboro had
larger sales increases in the slate, he
said.
The constructioti of Carolina Past
Mall in 1979 and Greenville Square
Shopping Center in 1977 has
boosted sales in Greenville and Pitt
County, according to Yeager.
"With eight shopping centers and
131 restaurants and fast food
establishments, Greenville is not on-
ly a great place to shop, it's a great
place to live he added.
Connally Branch of Clark-Branch
Realtors said that although housing
starts for 1980 are down 20 percent
from 1979, the drop is much less
than the national decrease of bet-
See GREENVII IF. Page 3
By HELEN CORDES
( nlleitr Press Nervier
WASH INC. I ON. DC. (C PS) -
Aftei an unprecedented lobbying ef-
fort, some cosmetic face-saving,
and a power struggle between two
legislative committees. Congress has
finally passed what one lobbyist
called "the most important student
bill ot the year The Higher Educa-
tion Reauthorization Act effectively
funds most federal college pro-
grams, including student financial
aid. tor the next five years.
The act. among other things:
Gradually increases the max-
imum Basic Education Opportunity
Grant (lit OG) from $1800 to $2600
bv 1985.
Increases maximum funding for
Supplemental Educational Oppor-
tunity Grants (SEOGs) from $1500
per student to $2000 per student.
Requires that students receiving
College-Work Study monies get the
minimum wage
Requires that students are
represented on state college plann-
ing commissions.
Establishes a single application
form for al! federal aid programs.
Raises the interest rates on Na-
tional Direct Student Loans
(NDS1 s) from three to four percent.
The NC SI interest increase was
the major concession made by
higher education groups in the in-
tense politicking that produced the
legislation, though there were
others.
"The higher interest rate will be a
problem for students says Joel
Packer of the National Association
of State Universities and I and-
Grant Colleges. "But most of the
other cuts are 'paper cuts They
lowered the amount of maximum
funding ot programs, but most are
still higher than what they get
anyway
But most higher education lob
byists consider themselves lucky to
have gotten anything. The legisla-
tion, which will ultimately affect
about five million students, was
originally introduced last year. In
early 1980. the House passed a $60
billion version while the Senate
passed a $30 billion version. Over
the summer a House-Senate con-
ference committee concocted a $49
billion compromise that the House
quickly passed. In early September,
however, the Senate sent shock
waves through the higher education
community by rejecting the bill.
It was the "first out-and-out
defeat in tons of years recalls
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October 7, IVM)
Opinion
Page 4
Selling Books
Some Discontinued, Others New
Thursday is the last day to
withdraw from school or to drop a
class without penalty, and many
people will be heading for the
Students Supply Store to unload
their barely-used books. For those
o you who haven't sold books
before, and tor those who might
need a refresher, here's the pro-
cedure.
If you're thinking about trying to
get a full refund, it can't be done
(unless you purchased the book dur-
ing the last three days). According
to Roger Bullock, assistant manager
of the store, lull refunds are possi-
ble during the first ten calendar days
after classes begin, lor the rest o
the semester up until one week
before exams, you can gel a full re-
fund within three days after you
purchase the book. In both eases,
you must have a receipt.
If you think that's tough, Univer-
sity Book Exchange (UBE) will re-
fund for only seven days after
classes begin, and thereafter refunds
are impossible.
The Students Suppl) Store will
bu back books for one-half the
price of the new book an time dur-
ing the year. (L BI only buys at the
end o the semester.) But cross your
fingers before you get to the counter
� neither store will buy your book
if it has been overstocked or discon-
tinued. The latter problem is the
most frustrating of the two.
That books are regularl) discon-
tinued because of new editions or
better texts has always been a finan-
cial handicap to students, especially
those who are only taking a course
as an elective. If you need a course
for your curriculum, vou simply
have to accept the financial loss.
But if you don't need the course and
perhaps could substitute another
elective, why lose money on a book
that will be discontinued? Because
there is no way to know until you
try to sell it back.
If professors could tell students
on the first day o class that the text
would be discontinued after that
semester, students could save a bun-
dle. Of course the professor cannot
always determine that a new or
revised text is necessry or available
that soon, but certainly there are
times when they do know. Student
government officers and this
newspaper have suggested in the
past that professors disclose the
status of texts early in the semester,
if possible, but it seems that few
have volunteered the information.
It would be a great help if the Stu-
dent's Supply Store could publish a
list at the beginning o each
semester o' all books to be discon-
tinued after that semester. The store
wouldn't really lose any money
because it can't resell a discontinued
book, and it could possibly gain
because o' the rising prices and pro-
fit margins of new books. And
students wouldn't have to swear
even time they try to sell a book.
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flflvir; Nog.1
Students Favor Fall Break
The fall break survev which was cir-
culated during the recent elections will
likely show that an overwhelming ma-
jority o ECU's students favor such a
break.
This break would be in keeping with
the statewide trend among colleges.
Presently, nearly 60 percent ot all North
Carolina schools have a fall break.
The fact that last Carolina now has
no break may point out another needed
change. I he faculty calendar committee,
which makes out the calendar for the
school ear, is, as its name implies,
made up solely o faculty. These faculty
members make out the entire schedule to
fit their own needs. It students were also
allowed to participate on the calendar
committee, maybe then we would hae a
schedule to meet the approval o all
those at Easl Carolina.
MIKl SW MM
4Nip It In The Bud'
n rcsP�nse � th� � ! : ' I,CI n HE WANTED A FALL BREAK SO I GAVE HIM ONE!
Abortion is a subject which one must
face objectively, not through ludicrous
analogies. It seems that Mi. I arlow is
approaching the subject from a rather
naive point of view. No one ever ques-
tioned the fact that abortion is murder;
that's not the point. 1 love when Mr.
farlow says the only way he knows of
killing people (acceptably) is through
war, and self-defense; I'm sure if we can
justify one method we can easily find
justification through another.
Human beings are no different than
any other animal on earth as far as sex-
ual reproduction is concerned. When
buffalo overpopulate a certain region
and the food supplv diminishes, those
that can't survive are left behind to
crawl under a bush and rot. In the case
o human beings, we at least have the
decency to put our fetuses in some sorl
o' disposable bag. It's called over-
population. Some species just die ott;
human beings nip theirs in the bud.
1 et's look at the choices: Either we
populate our world until there's no
room to even brush your teeth, pertct
contraceptives, use abortive methods, or
all be good Christians and abstain until
marriage, and then have sexual inter-
course only as many times as vou wani
children. To that 1 sav. good luck.
IOHN rooMi
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expressing all points oj view. Mail or
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editing for brevity, obscenity and libel
I etters b the same author are limited to
one each 30 days.
To The Right
Mock Poll No Watershed
By STAN RIDGLEY
GREENVll If. VC � Jimmy Carter and
most of his campaign staff sat in the
sparsely furnished motel room that served
temporarily us field headquarters for the
Carter Campaign. Smoke drifted lazily
overhead and most of the men eased off
coals and rolled up shirt sleeves. The strain
showed in the myriad lines on Carter's
face. They waited.
Then, the word came in. Hamilton lot
dan took a scrawled note from a
messenger, looked at n a moment, then
smiled that broad Georgia grin of his.
"tic won he shouted, waving the
note. "We beat Reagan and that S.O.B.
Anderson
( arter leaned back, crossed his leas and
grinned a toothy arm. "As goes East
Carolina University, so goes the nation
he said with a sigh of relief.
Contrary to the above scenario, it's
doubtful that Jimmy Carter has been in-
formed o his 396-358 victorv over Ronald
Reagan in last week's Student Government
Mock flection on the ECU campus. No,
the election isn't considered a watershed by
any of the three major presidential can
didates nor the men vying for the senate
and governor's seat.
But what significance should one place
on last week's election? Does it mean
anything at all. or was it just an academic
exercise from which no conclusions can be
drawn?
An interesting facet to the poll is the fact
thai John Anderson finished third with 214
votes � just 19 percent. John fast's poor
showing portends ill foi him; it he can'i
win on his own campus, what can he ex-
pect from North Carolina's general
population
Anderson's popularity on college cam-
puses is a phenomenon not unlike Eugene
Mc( aithv's in 196S and 1976. It is similar
in that most college students pledge then
suppoort tor the man not the platform,
mainly because they don't know what the
platform is. It's a magnificent triumph of
stvle over substance that Anderson has
bamboozled so main supposedlv in-
telligent people, including the liberal pulp
The New Republk
But last C arolina (at least those that
voted) ret used to be conned bv Anderson's
"campaign ot ideas" whose only original
idea is a $.50 per gallon tax on gasoline.
Bravo, I CU, but what about the two
heavyweights - Carter and Reagan'
Thirty-eight people made the difference
� three percent ot those voting, raking in-
to consideration another 149 people who
voted "undecided Carter's margin ot
victorv is reallv meaningless, as it would be
in Reagan's case had he won by that same
margin. It is that 13 percent "undecided"
segment of the population that will decide
the election, and it is indicative o! the
volatile nature of this presidential cam
paign that the percentage of undecided
voters siili remains alter a three-candidate
split o the vote.
So no true comparison can be made bet-
ween how ECU voted last week and how
the nation might vote in a general elction;
last Carolina University does not repre-
sent a random cross section ot the
American public. EC f 's mock election
can be compared with other universities,
however, and the conclusions reached are
heartening:
I irst, II did not go with the curreni
mindless chic ot most college campuses by
voting tor Anderson. Second, those that
didn't vote for Anderson did not (lock to
Carter as expected. And last, the large
number of undecided voters at leas! in-
dicates that people are thinking not
enough of which goes on at most uni
si ties
Stan Ridgely is a Political Science major
with a degree in journalism from
University ot North Carolina at Chapel
Hill.
To The Left
Iraq - Iran: Religious, Political, Ethnic Confrontation
B MARKC I IBRHH
The volatile Middle last,
predestined in apocalyptic writings
to be the locus of man's destruc-
tion, has recently added another
conflict to its history ot tribal
disputes. Two weeks ago Iraq in-
itiated a war with Iran's disorganiz-
ed armed forces attempting to ad-
vance its borders into militarily and
economically strategic areas of Iran.
Iraq's principle interest in this
was the Shalt al Arab river, which is
a 120 mile waterway fed by both the
Tigris and I uphrates rivers. The
Shatt al Arab is Iraq's only passage
to the Persian Gulf. The Shatt al
Arab is also used by the Iranian
Khuistan province cities of Khor-
ramshar, Abadan, and Ahvaz. It
has been these cities that the Iraqi
armies have moved toward, hoping
to capture them and gain sole con-
trol of the Shatt al Arab. Iraqi news
reports have often falsely claimed
military occupation in these cities,
but recent news reports have Iraqi
troops in Khorramshar.
In response to attacks on these
border cities Iran has used
American made F-4 Phantom jets to
bomb Baghdad, Iraq's capitol city,
and Basra, an Iraqi city on the Shatt
al Arab. In attacks on Baghdad. Ira-
nian jets bombed a French-Iraq
owned nuclear research center,
which reports no radiation leakage
even though it was almost totally
destroyed. Ten people were killed
and 85 were injured when two fuel
tanks exploded at a electric
generating station during the shell-
ing. Reportedly these attacks have
wounded hundreds of Iraqi citizens,
more than half being children. Ap-
proximately 300 U.S. civilians were
also killed during air attacks on
Basra.
Iraqi President Hussein had sug-
gested a cease fire for October 5,
supposedly giving United Nations
representatives an opportunity to go
to Iran. But Khomeini refused this
offer, saying that Iran would con-
tinue the battle until all Iraqi troops
had left Iran.
The war between Iraq and Iran is
also due to religious dissension. Iraq
is controlled by Sunni Moslems, but
55 percent of Iraqi citizens are Shiite
Moslems. Iran is completely Shiite
Moslem, with Ayatollah Khoemeini
being both Iran's religious and
political leader. President Saddam
Hussein of Iraq has repeatedly ac-
cused Khoemeini of inciting a
religious rebellion in Iraq, and
seems to be out to punish Khoe-
meini, in a political pep talk to the
Iranian populace he said, "If we are
killed, we have performed our duty,
and if we kill again, we shall have
acted according to our dutyThis
sort of religious fanaticism was also
evident in a recent radio broadcast
in the Iranian city of Abadan, in
which the government urged the
citizens of Abadan to "prepare tren-
ches in the streets, make Molotov
cocktailsPrepare for a possible
fight against the enemies o Cod
Both Iran and Iraq have accused
the United States of causing the
war. Iran feels that the war was
begun by the U.S. to free the
hostages. And Iraq, which ended
relations with the U.S. after the
1967 Middle East War, feels that the
U.S. is making another power play
in the Middle East. Iraq does have a
treaty of friendship and cooperation
with the Soviet Union, from which
they receive military arms. In his
first public comments on the war,
Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev
openly condemned the U.S. for star-
ting the war. The Soviet Union has
also stated that it will remain neutral
in the conflict, calling for a cease
fire between the two countries. Ob-
viously the Soviet Union is jockey-
ing tor popularity and influence in
the Persian Gulf region, seeing these
countries as possible sources oi oil
to the Soviet Union's diminishing
supply of processable oil.
The United States has sent letters
calling for a cease fire through
Switzerland into Iran, Switzerland
in this case acting as a neutral envoy
because Iran has no United Nations
representative. Secretarv -oState
Edmund Muskie also met with
Iraq's Foreign Minister Saddam
Hammadi at the U.N. Hammadi
warned the U.S. to "keep out and
not interfere In an official state-
ment concerning the conflict presi-
dent Carter said, "We are urging
and insisting that the Soviet Union
and other nations not interfere in
this very dangerous situation in the
Persian Gulf area Carter also
warned that the U.S. has "military
superior forces in that area At this
time the U.S. had two ships in the
Persian Gulf, with another 31 in the
Indian Ocean. The Soviet Union
had only 29 ships near the area.
The United States has also sent
four Airborne Warning and Control
Systems (AWACS) to Saudi Arabia
to protect this country from attacks
by either Iraq and Iran. The
AW ACS are modified Boeing 707's
with a 350-mile low-lev el aircraft
radar capability. It is believed that
these radar jets are also monitoring
the area for possible attacks on the
Strait of Hormus, which the United
States has vowed to keep open. The
Strait o' Hormuz, which is 24 miles
wide at its narrowest point, is a vital
waterway through which 100 ships
pass everyday and 42 percent ot the
free world oil passes everv vear.
1 he Saudi Arabians announced over
the weekend that they would in-
crease oil production to supplement
lost oil supplies caused bv the Iraq-
Iran war, without enacting a price
increase. This was no doubt some
conflict to the United States, who
has dwindling influence in the Mid-
dle East.
Anothei ally ot the United States
in this region, Anwar Sadat of
1 gypt has asked the U.S. to bring
troops to I gypt and intervene in the
conflict. Sadat has said that the
United States must lose its
'� Vietnam syndrome" and use its
strength to calm these waning na-
tions. Egypt hopes to remain the
leader of the Arab world, and act as
a police force in the Middle East.
This has been a position for which
Iraq has often envied Egypt, and is
due in part to Iraq's hostility
towards the United States
I he most important issue m tins
conflict has been the hostages who
are in their 339 da ot captivity,
Iran has announced that this war
will have an "impact on the
destiny" of the hostages, and has
reportedly moved the hostages to a
secret area. Reports from lefuan
have described political meetings
discussing the hostage situation as
being in "total uproar According
to reports from the financial limes
of London, "Only the closure ot the
session prevented violence breaking
out between deputies stronglv op
posed to holding direct talks with
the United States and more
moderate members
The Middle East, it would seem,
is a violent conflagration ot warring
tribes, whose religious, political.
and ethnic differences perpetuate
themselves without compromise.
President Carter, if he is to hold
that coveted office much longer,
will have to take drastic actions to
quell the discord in the Middle 1 as:
if he hopes to stabilize our ow n posi-
tion here at home.

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Features
(( I OKI K 7, I98U Past 5
Bergman, Truffaut Films
To Be Shown Wednesday
This Wednesday night, October
8, in Mendenhall Student C enter's
Hendrix Theatre, the Student Union
Films Committee will present an In-
ternational 1 ilm Double Feature
with ingmar Bergman's "The
Seventh Seal" at 7 p.m. and Fran-
cois I rut taut "The 400 Blows" at
9 p.m.
Admission tor students is b ID
and activity card. Faculty and stall
may use their Mendenhall Studenl
Center Membership Card.
Preceding the films al 6:15 p.m.
Ms. Kathy Whaley will lead a short
discussion oil rut taut and Bergman
and make some preparatory
remarks about "Seventh Seal" and
"4(H) Blows it is hoped that this
will serve as a guide tor what may be
an unfamiliar experience foi some.
The discussion will be held in room
221 of the student centei and is
sponsored b the English Depart-
ment Honors Program and the Stu-
dent Union Films Committee.
" The Seventh Seal" is Bergman's
stunning allegory of a man's search
for meaning in life. knight, alter
returning home from the Crusades,
plays a game of chess with Death
while the Plague ravages medieval
Europe. An exceptionally powerful
film, it is a work ot awesome scope
and remarkable visual pleasures.
I he film's central contrast is the
opposition ol the wavs ot lite and
the forces ol death. I he Church �
organized, dogmatic religion �
becomes emblematic of everything
m the film connected with death.
1 he Church instigated the deadly
crusades. I he Church decorates its
walls with pictures ot death. lire
Church inspires men to frenzies ot
prayer, iv,d mourning, and mor-
tification, rhe Church burns human
scapegoats to keep the congregation
in terror
1 he men ol the Church weai
black, the color ot death. In fact,
the charactei ot the knight in the
film mistakes the figure ot Death
tor a priest when he makes confes-
sion.
Bergman underscores the minions
ot death with darkness, shadows,
and the religious smoke ot censei ot
the stake. I his "holy" smoke
dominates the religious sequences,
befouling the clarity ot the hciic
with a substance thai seems like
I'ranctos IruflaulN film, I he 400 Blows, is one of the two films beint
shown tor the international double feature �n Wednesday night
Beer Trivia
Eight Milleniums Of Brewing History
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kine.
Beer was m ide froma special bread.
irp se. I he bread
trley mall and
was brewed bv
It was evidently a
� a papy r us document
; B.C. which
desc � re � beer shops in
nt people from
Men beverage.
ni (ireel leai ned about
he 1 ins, bul beer
�c! caughi on in the wine-
of the Mediterra-
as known among the
ol Caul, Britain and
� areas ol the Roman
I
In the Middle Ages, nearly
eveyrone in Europe drank beer.
Every monastery had its own
brewery, even the strictly religious
Dominicans. Some monasteries
became famous tor then particular
brand oi beer.
In fact, most households in the
medieval period made their own
beer. About the middle of the six-
teenth century, beer brewing
became a commercial industry, but
before that it was regarded as a
domestic function in the same man
net as cooking or baking.
Beer was much used in church
functions in medieval Europe. Out
modern word "bridal" comes from
"Bride ale" � in those times al a
wedding, the bride poured ale foi
the wedding guests who brought
presents.
Beer was also a common drink in
wartime. There exits a list of provi-
sions for the city of Dover,
England, which was preparing foi a
seige ng the required supplies
were sufficient ingredients for mak-
ing 520 gallons pi beer daily tor I
tv days (Seiges weren't all bad in
those day s, apparently.)
lheie were two kinds ol beer in
the old ys, called sti eet and
sn,all beer. When the beer was
strained out of the ingredients, the
firsl batch was much stronger than
the second straining. It the two were
not mixed together, the result was
two types ol beet, lo illustrate the
difference between these two kinds
ol beer, I can give you some prices
torn; late 18th-century England:
strong beei was 30 shillings a bane
small beer was eight shillings a bar-
rel.
When the New World was being
explored, ships were often pi
slotted with beer Water kept in
casks L'rew stale and eventualh
slum
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undrinkable, bul beei
See BEER, page (. col. 1
both fog and poison
First and foremost ol the New
Wave masteipie.es is Irutlaut
" I he 4ihi Blows a moving itory
ol a young boy turned outcast.
11 ut faul delights in mixing
cinematic styles in the film which
range from sentimental traveling
shots ol Antoine, the thirteen-year
old protagonist of the movie; to im-
provised, candid comic scenes in the
schooh o 'in.
Not loved at home or wanted al
school, Antoine sinks ini a pi.
and fugitive existence thai leads to
reform school. In his intimate and
highly autobiograi
childhood, I ruffaut dramatizes the
universal experience �
s m many ol his later films, I
faut's alter-ego is pla.
lion bv le in Pierre I eaud.
Students Offered
Crafts Courses
Several crafts workshops are
being ottered at the Mendenhall
( raftsenter. These workshop
available al no extra charge to a
( rafts t entei members. Ml 1
dents or student dependents,
faculty, stall, and their dependents,
who are Mendenhall Student Centei
members, are eligible to join the
Crafts (enter. Upon payment ol
$10.00 a semester Craftsei
membership fee, an individual may
registei for any ol the avail
workshop- without additional
charges, excluding cost- ol personal
plies and a small lab fee should
the Craftsenter furnish supplies.
All persons must register for
kshops ol the Crafts ntei dur
ing regulai operating hours, 3:00
I'M until 10:00 PM, Mon
I i iday . and 12:00 Moon un-
� 00 I'M, Saturday 1 he final A.i
io register is Saturday, Octobei 1
and class space is hinted. Also, no
fee refunds will be made alter the
workshi -nation deadline.
For tl . d in joining
rafts C entei without taking advan-
: w oi k hops, memberships
are sold ,i time during regular
operating hours.
Instruction is available in the
follow ing ci afts:
BANK. inst ruci lane
1 awrence Basic steps to resisi dye
techniques, direct applications, and
tie dye for producing designs on dif-
ferent fabrics. Posibilities include:
hang:ng yardage, icarves, pillows.
6 I'M - I'M rhursday, Oct. 16, 23,
30, No . 6.
POI II IsA . instructor Ronnie
Nolcs. Basic instruction in wheel-
throwing and hand-building techni-
�, glaing, and tiring
1 ab fee S2 00, 6 I'M 9 I'M
I uesdays, Oci 14. 21, 28, No 4.
11. 18.
DARKROOM 1 1HN1QI 1 .
instructoi Gary Ble ins. B i
sti uction in da; Y i
II and techniques. Studi
to develop and pril
and white film. 6 PM
W edn davs, Oct. 15, 22. 29
5, 12
PHO 1 OGRAPm
Pete Podeswa I i I
introduction to the u
single-lens reflex ; i, Mali
will � the basics ol
raphy includ
h ol field, si
filters, electro
film, etc. 6:30 I'M 9:30 I'M v
days, (ct. 27, No. 3, 10, 17,
B! CilNNIN � 11 W II RY,
structor 1 lame Bogan. Desij
make youi own jew
variety ol techniqu
such as rings, bracelt
kev chain etc. 6 I'M
Wednesdays, Oct. 15, 2:
s 1 t
I I OOR I OOM W
. toi :ii' e I
four-harness floor loom
weaving patterns
creating a sample! fr
OW 1;
drawn. 6 I'M 9 I'M f
Oct. 16, 23, 30, N
H VNDBl II 1
CERAMICS,
Bogan. Make beaul
useful gifts to' . .
family: minor fram
naments, mobiles, bead
rings, ieweitv boxes, and m
fee $1.00, 7 PM 9 I'M I
No 6. 13, 20.
C HRISI MAS PAT HW RK,
instructor k lemens. (i
and decorations made with n
and thread patchwork and .
I'M - si I'M Mondays, Oci 27
Nov. 3.
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Money: Obstacle To Campus Improvements
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1 i sophomore
al he would
to see "WZMB on the aii
ut who's
gonnke to see John
leter on th I tuse then isn't
I ireenx ille to
John Huj iphomore Bio
( hemistry major, would like to see
ball team I
i like to see unproved
iool but that's what
ever around here is griping
about Mendenhall is overpriced as
ilai prices go tor people
who His! pav cash i doesn't even
compete to downtown Downtown
� : -ape! ior,
it cheaper, and the environment is
bettei. So we could use quite a bit ot
improvement there.
"freshmen who might have had a
lot of status around a small high
-chooi and get down here and are
lust lost in this place 1 hey don't see
Me teliovv -hip and
eed. Othei than a
ities, the main
on is downtown, and that's
ducive to w hai they need to
I'd like to see more
istei programs
I, more campus-oriented
-�- that are more conducive to
theii Anything to keep
then in on campus, to make
a are ol what they are and
"� it they are here tor. I hey are im-
' too. Perhaps we could have
ne uppei classmen freshmen
socials
let! Mitchell, a sophomore
Business Management major,
a: the issue of faculty
dining rooms, "Students are paying
tor the usage ot roatan and
Mendenhall facilities. 1 don't see
win they should be banned from
as ot what they are p.i -
ing for. lso. as tar as the crowded
. like the basic 1 conomics
2113 course, I feel that students are
being treated unfair by having to
watch a IV instructoi More per-
sonal attention should be given to
the students. It should be a situation
where students can stop the pro-
tcssoi and ask questions and get a
good under-landing without having
to get it all at once. Dr. I hornton
feels the same way, but there's not a
whole lot he can Ao about it until
they get more economics instructors
into the department
Susan (irav . a
iduate student,
there are not enoi
tiv ities. I he diveisit
The student union is doing a good
job on the lecture series and the
travel series, but they could broaden
psv chology
t e eIs that
h student ac-
verv limited.
them to include more speakers, "his
would spark a change in the
apathetic attitudes oi people as it
would get everyone talking, and
they will start thinking about it. A
lot of people are not aware of SCiA
elections. We need more political
figures to speak to make students
aware oi what is going on. More
concerts would be good, 1 realize the
budget and facilities are limited, but
it we could have smaller concerts
there could be more student unity.
A lot oi groups are not involved due
to lack oi peer pressure to get in-
volved. It starts with each and every
one oi us to take the initiative to get
involved. We need more seasonal
festivities. Chapel Hill has a lot oi
that and people go all out to get in-
volved. Everyone participates. It it
is organized properly, perhaps over
a long period of time, you can get
the souls involved, academic depart-
ments involved, the greek communi-
ty involved, and other interest
groups all working together
Walter Hodder, a senior biology
major, states that he would like to
see "an improved usage oi the com-
puter department that caters to
students and faculty as well as those
in the business department that runs
it. The computer is made for ad-
ministrative work rather than for
general purposes. 1 would also like
to see a fencing club with instruc-
tors. It would be nice to pump some
more bucks into the library for
research papers, for getting
specialized journals to build up the
library. I'd like to see services less
geared towards the administration.
Also, the faculty uses too many
See STUDENTS, page 7. col. 1
Clockwise from upper left are Anthony Carvana. and Kay Sanders. These KC I students were asked to of-
Walter Hodder, Susan dray, Doug White, Jeff Mitchell fer suggestions for solutions to campus problems.
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Continued from page 5
memos, making it
necessary to use more
paper to write a second
memo disregarding the
first, it seems that the
faculty communicates
with one another solel
through the use ol
memos. 1 he should
think before the act.
Ii's unnecessary paper
work. Instead ol talk
ing things over, the)
send memos to each
other, rhe housing
situation is getting bad.
I he dot nis hae reach-
ed then tippet limit,
rhey'll have to build
more dorms oi refur-
bish old buildings such
as possibly the old
Be I k I ylei building
Jefl Williams, a
sophomoi e business
major, feels there are
too many tests, and not
enough bike racks.
I'd really like to see a
fall break.1
Ronnie Arrington,
sophomore business
major, states that he
Library Twins
Puzzle Scholars
B MARC BARNES
HI N. Hurt j�
GREENVILLI Ii
happens not inl
quently these days that
someone in Joy nei
Library at last
� arolina I niversity
says to himself, "I've
n thai young man
d thinks
hard.
I hen he remembei s,
why that young man
was working in the
department
l a few minuets ago
and now hero he is in
rials, on anoi her
Ol and the othei side
the librai . And he
think "He must be a
young n;an,
ic has a twin
It's true He has a
n, and both Philip
David Broon
�indents i
A ilson, N.C woi k as
idem assistants in
ltd " � main librai
" Miie
savs
a e ai
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ay, 'W
(in
Some ol
tell us
apart, bui noi all ol
Philip and David are
ntical twins, 24 eai -
old, and are doing
g i a d uate work i n
biology at ECU. l)a id
lias applied to the II
School of Medicine and
to the I V School ol
Medicine at Chapel
Hill. Philip plans a pro-
fessional careei in den-
tisti
i hey are sons ol Mr.
and Mrs Way ne
Broome ol ilson.
V might be ex-
pected, tiic twuis share
main interests and are
alike�both are qu
and reservedm vas
other than physical ap
pear ance
"1 don't think we
look thai muc h alike
say s Philip.
"Most people van
usually tell u . as
fai as I know, once
they gel to know us
say - Ix 'At I
it's difficult, though
In public schools,
teachers usually placed
the brotl in
sealing arrangements
telped in iden
I
thai they ' us-
ed theii

me.
V
com
the:
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"It someone s.�s.
Hi David 1 jusi i
'HiDavid said.
()i was ii Phi
"would like to sec mote
rock 'n roll played on
the radio station. I he
parking problem is
had. You pay S2. to
pai k youi cai and then
you can" i find a
space
I isahake nan. a
soph ontoi e Early
Childhood I ducation
majoi, feels thai there
should be StOl age sheds
tor the bicycles when it
tains, and the absence
of the roaches thai
crawl undei hei dooi.
"I would like to see an
oiltdoor sw imming
pool on the lull
Anthonyarvana, a
sophomore industi ial-
technology transfei
from Gramblin State,
comments on the shot
�e ol teachers. "I
know a few classes I
needed my self that
cancelled, w e ha e
Id.(KM) students now.
and nest yeai there w ill
be ecn more. M
are a loi ol coui .
people need foi then
major, and cancella-
tions hold them back
K a Sanders, a
sophomore inn sing ma-
joi . feels that they
need better food sen ice
because the food is hor-
rible and you can't
hardly eal it, and it
costs too much. I hey
need more actix ities for
the students as a whole,
like dances, to gel pen
pie together. 1 here
should be activities for
all campus residents to
get involved in
Mendenhall is all sand
w iches and t tench tries,
and you can't walk all
the way to Jones when
it is raining, rhey have
platters, but it's all
basically starchy foods.
I heil meals aren't
balanced, and it's
a 1 w a�� i h e sa m e
thinj
(hat he Sherrod, a
senioi Political Science
major, states that
the student govern-
ment wants to improve
out mental state ol
mind b having a fall
break.As fai as phj sical
improvements go, I
think we can gel rid ol
a loi ol the signs
und, like stat! pai k-
ing, stop signs. hy
can't they just make
some nice little signs
and put them slightK
above the ground?
I hey need to clean up
the signs
Doug hue. with a
history degree is a se-
cond yeai senior in the
process of receiving his
English degree. He
states, "I 'd like to see
something they have at
I arolina, that is, at let
5:00, you can park
anywhere. I'd like to
see higher academic
standards for entering
freshmen. I can't
believe the SAT scores
that they allow in here.
I'd like to see less of a
small town attitude, a
little mote open-
mindedness about
things, such as the
regulations ol beer on
campus I'd like to see
them pav more atten-
tion to academic and
cultural things and less
attention to athletics.
1 very complaint of-
fered by each student
though varying in con-
tent, has one thing in
common. I o make im-
provements money is
necessai y.
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CONGRADULATIONS
PRIZE WINNERS
run
The 1979 Miller Reclamation Program scheduled the spring
semester (January 28 - April 23) was rewarding for the winning
ECU registered organizations who competed in our Pick-em-Up
program.
The Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority qualified for the Grand Prize in
the open division and selected the cash sum of $600.00.
In the fraternity division the Phi Kappa Tau's qualified for a
Grand Prize and selected the cash sum of$600.00. The
Kappa Alpha fraternity qualified respectively and selected
the $200.00 cash prize.
Prizes were awarded to the winning organizations at our
Miller Pick-em-Up Seminar held Tuesday September 30th,
to kick-off this years Miller Reclamation Contest.
L-R Robert Swaim. Mike Newsome, Steve Mattocks
L-R Julia lewis. Patsy Willis. Debb) Cleek
Miller Rep. Devon Mish
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1 HI I s 1 i. KO! 1NI-XN
Sports
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rOBI K 7, 1980 R i4
ECU Mending
With Open Date
Terr 1 on Read) For Return To Action
B CHARLES CHANDLER
"We have just goi to beat Rich
mond. We've got to
The words were spoken ag
gressivelj b East Carolina head
football coach Ed Emory as he
thought ol his club's next contest.
In thai game, the Pirates will tr to
snap a three game losing streak thai
has the team saddled with a 1-3
mark.
"We need to get things going
back on the right track he claim-
ed. "We need to win Saturday and
then win our Homecoming game
with Western Carolina
The team ha- another opponent
in those two upcoming contests that
has been present all season � in-
juries.
larl in the seaon it was the of-
fensive backfield that was struck;
then it was the offensive line. In-
juries have now hit the club defen
sive line hard, forcing Emor and
his stafl tii move some people
around
1 he moves look more like a game
ol musical chairs than anything else.
No less than five players will be in
new positions at Richmond this
Saturday.
Steve Hamilton has been shifted
from tighl end to defensive tackle,
Keith Golden and Dexter Martin
from linebacker to defensive tackle,
Carlton Fraztei from split end to
weak safety and lefl Neale from
quarterback to strong cornerback.
I he moves were made to compen-
sate foi injuries ol late to defensive
tackles Doug Smith, George C rump
and I im Swords. Smith is out in-
definitely,rump for five to six
weeks while Sword' is out foi the
season and will begin dunes as an
assistant coach with a concentration
m weight-lifting.
I hough the situai on at defensive
tackle is pooi. the Pirates look bet-
ter at noseguard heading into Satur-
day's contest than ihe have in some
lime, Emory iaid
"That situation is much bettei
than it has been in recent weeks he
said. "Terry 1 ong is almost 100 per-
cent. Ronald Kcid has been doing
bettei and Wally Myer's knee has
come along so he can play
I mory said the Pirates would
have to make up foi the injuries
with hustle on Saturday. "On
defense we've j be aggressive
he said. "We've got to get t
itball. W e net d I � bt a step and a
II quicker. It we '11 make
uisiead ol arm tackling
Jeffrey Warren (54): Set For Pirate Comeback
Showman In Ali Lives On
Era Of 'The Greatest9 Is Ovei
imes sin
but it needs to
mkc again. 1 he i ra is o'
mer woi
heavyw c , Muhan
Ah '� ! � as he c
hims II more than a
But oh what
a showman he is.
Prior ' v,s loss to WBC
heavyweight champ 1 arry Holmes
Thut in 1 as Vegas, Ali had
nearly everyone overly excited about
his return to boxing ifi r a two-year
retirement.
Ah told everyone that he would
ck out Holmes nanner thai
on! He's no S
I isten, no Joe ' i azi
champ said m; nes. "1 will put
him down. Hi - ' be mine
in round
I hough he cv ent ually w as
desi . the 30-yeai old
. Ah had everyone believing
he would pull off one more
icle in the twilight oi what has
been a magnificent career.
It he was so badly beaten, how
o! everyone prior to the
fight? 1 he reason is simple. The
man is a legend in his own time. He
is easily the most recognizable man
in the world. Wherever he goes a
huge gathering is not far behind
: has done the unexpected
enough times m his career that this
time, even though he was oxer-aged.
the unexpected became the ex-
pected.
Main felt he would win. Sports
Illustrated, generally considered the
� - publication in the U.S
its pre-light issue that
"what once looked to be a groies-
que mismatch will now be anything
but" due to the tact that Ah had sh-
ed the flab that he had put on during
Charles
Chandler
his two-year retiremei
As u turned out. the tight was in
deed a "grotesque mismatch
Holmes batteri on A � km
the full ten rounds oi the bout.
Dick Jones, ol Washington's
WITN-TV, was fortunate enough to
watch the fight from a closed cii
television in nearby Farmville.
1 he long tune boxing fanatic ��
the sight was all Holmes on those
I screens. " rhere were about 200
people there he said. "Everyone
d them to stop the tight
aftei the fourth rout
nes noted that Ali was takit
such that I I others
watc he action coul help
but recall previous boxing in
this yea
"i out boxers have been kil
year Jones said. "Holmes
was hittmvi Ali at will in the head.
Holmes would hit him and the
lil e h was b the
refe do som.
rht ' I �castet aid thai follow-
match the was
distraught. "Holmes was in tears
he sa "He said thai he hated to
hurl h s idol, a nd
Jones also added that he fell if the
action had not been stopped thai
Holmes could well ol hurl Ai pet
nently.
What happened las! Thursday
niehl should be an example for the
future X d nev
to the ring against the much youi
Holmes. Hie formei champ is
thai a former champ. He ha
pla. King ring.
h he said followil
day H he would like I -
aftei the WBA hall
heavyweight crown (owned now by
Mike Weaver), Mi will nevet get the
�� only does W eaver not want to
gel in the ring with Ah, the formei
champ ' � lib no cna
a license to fight again.
Bet ore each fight, a boxer must
be proven medically t and licensed
If a boxei has had several poor
showings (where beatings were
bed) in a row. his chances ol get-
ting ' license are not good. Ali's
chances, ai age 38, are pooi at besl
following the loss to Holmes.
1 ndeed. � e ha e w at died
Mul
W,i- '
.
I I
I
back � the I

I hei �
os er!o l tl formei
He

red,
I
the
He
now
deset es.
heavy wei L
be recognized a
Holmt
removed ft m V 1 oi
i. 1 he (Ali) 1 ra is ovei I
Holm-
Lady Pirates
Disappointed
B .IIMMN DuPREE
The I ady Pirate volleyball team
continued to suffer from inex-
perience and technical errors this
weekend at the South Carolina In-
al Tournament, dropping all
r matches of the pool competi-
tion
I (. I opened the tourney against
powerful Nt. AiAW Division 1
L NC-Chapel Hill, with the I at
Heels heating the Pirates 15 7, 15-2.
College oi Charleston next downed
the Lady Pirates, but not before
be I Managed a second-game rally
to take the match to three games.
15-10, 11 15. 15-6.
South Carolina prosed to rude
hosts in the Pirates' third outing, as
they spiked their was to a 15-11,
15-10 victory.
The Volunteers of Tennessee add-
ed the crushing blow for the I ads
Pirates, as they claimed a 15-8, 15-1
wm en route to being numbei one in
the pool, rhey went on to defeal
North C arolina for the tournament
championship.
"It you don't play well against
competition like we bad down
there reasons assistant be I
coach Lynn Davidson, "you're go-
ing to get blown out.
"We didn't play bad all the time,
but you can't afford to make the
mistakes we were making and still
expect to win. Our serving was
mediocre, but I think our passing
was improved. We just did kind oi
average.
"We weren't able to dig then
blocks and spikes as much as 1
would have liked and when we did,
sometimes our shots would go to the
net or out-ot-bounds. 1 hey get real
discouraged and frustrated and that
makes other things start to go
wrong. We had to fight that all
weekend
The lady Pirates host the
Wolfpack oi North Carolina State
Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Minges Col-
iseum, but the I ady Pirates will
have to solidify their defense and
perform virtual errorless offense if
they hope to improve their 2-10
record.
�'State likes to use a fast attack
offense explains Davidson.
"They have some kids that can real-
ly hn the ball.
'We've been working on a lot of
blocking in practice because they
have a very fast middle attack.
�� I he fast attack is wonderful il
you're playing well, but it goes
haywire if not playing well. We need
to try to keep them out oi their of-
-� i we are going to have a
chance
Davidson admits that last
W ednesday's loss to Duke in Minges
could have had more ot a long-
range effect on the team than she
realized.
"We really should have beaten
Duke she reasons. "1 don't know
why we didn't. That would have
given us confidence going into the
tournament last weekend.
��1 knew we had an extremely
strong schedule and that the pro-
gram was rebuilding, but 1 thought
we would be further along than we
are right now .
"They're working hard in prac-
tice and keeping their heads up, and
1 think that's a good sign. 1 think
we'll come around before the state
tournament.
ECU's Christian
A Seasoned Rookie
By JIMMY DuPREE
field hockey could very well be
the most invisible oi all the inter-
collegiate sports played in America
today, but one last Carolina
freshman struggles to erase the
stigma bestowed upon her favorite
pasttime.
"All the people that I've talked to
and mentioned that I'm on the field
hockey team have wondered what it
was ai first says rookie center
fullback Beth Christian. "But
they've all been very interested in Beth Christian
learning more. applied at se
"Most guvs look at you like went to sevet
they're impresed i are out there tryouts she stales. "Bui they were
competing she says with satisfac- jusi interested in wini had
tion, but adds. "Most girls act like no academic interesi at all. i he only
you're a iockette. one that was really n me
"1 certainly don't considei mysell as a studeni as as
a jock.
"I feel that anybody who comes
and learns the game will like it
Christian states enthusiastically.
tl aune)
An ants explain- an's
� visit to Greenville as a high
school senioi was a bit mute than
"When Beth same down foi a
visit last year, she same prepared to
iust spend one night Arrants ex
it's a fun sport; a team sport with eithet ua counted on
lots ol action.
"If we didn't love to play hockey,
we wouldn't be out here every day
Christian hails from Virginia plains. "But that wa ay oi the
Beach where she was a standout per- first big snow las winter and she
former at Kempsville High School, wound up staying three days. I think
She feels that her four years ot par- she must o had a i'o time,
ticipatum at that level enabled her to though; she decided to come here
win a starting berth in her tirst year anyway. It gave her a good chance
ol collegiate competition. to get to know the players
M biggest thrill so far has been s0 h.jN lhc jnlens;t5 an(j dedica-
g, Christian said "1 really
didn't expect to start mv first year
here
1 ast Carolina was not the only
tion u takes (to succeed) said V
rants. "The thing about Beth, is
that she has a mixture ol personality
Iran tO make herself a success
Ladv Pirate Volleyball Action
universitv the talented newcomer sh a iju;k o( a playcr; g hcck
applied to, but the I niverstty ol an lt,ete
Virginia, Old Dominion and she takes competition verj
William and Mary all balked at their scn0Ushi bul lt nol a iv� or die
opportunity to lure C hristian. situation with her
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I HI I AS I . AKOl IMA
K I OBI K 7,I9K0
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Shut Off Detroit's Sims
'Psyched Up' Falcons Down Lions
ATLANTA
(UPl)-l .inebacker
Joel Williams and his
Atlanta Falcons defen-
sive mates got a little
"psyched up" facing
unbeaten Detroit and
Heisman Trophy win-
ner Billy Sims.
The fired-up defense
held Sims to only 21
yards in 14 carries and
scored twice on fumble
recoveries, once on a
blocked punt and once
n a safety in handing
he I ions a 43-28 whip-
ping Sunday.
"It kind of psyches
.is up knowing they are
going to tr to run it
down our throats
said llliams, w ho
returned one oi the
fumbles for a 42-yard
touchdown and also
sacked 1 ion quarter-
back Gary Danielson in
the end one for a safe-
ty.
"We didn't want to
be another team 'that
bites the dust1 he
said, referring to the
1 ions' i henie song,
"Another One Bites
The Dust "We were
concentrating on their
running game. It they
establish their running
game, then their of-
fense is hard to stop
illiams said the
1 alcons, now 3-2 with
losses to Minnesota and
Miami b) a combined
total ol four points.
believe they, should be
5-0, "but you can't
dwell on the past
Atlanta Coach
I eeman Bennett said
the victory, following
on the heels oi a win
last week over
previously unbeaten
San Francisco, "should
give us a chance to get
some momentum go-
ing
The falcons are now
tied for first place in
the NIC West with 1 os
Angeles and San Fran-
Cisco as the Rams beat
the 49ers 48-26 Sunday
to leave all three teams
with 3-2 records.
"from a defensive
standpoint, the first
halt (when the falcons
led 34-6) was one of the
best we've ever
played Bennett said.
" I he defense put a lot
of points on the board
and it was difficult to
catch us
The falcons built
their lead on Williams'
return, a 16-vard return
of a blocked punt by
safety frank Reed, a
30-yard tumble return
bv linebacker Buddv
Currv, a 43-yard pass
from Steve Bartkowski
to Alfred Jenkins and a
pair of rim Mazzetti
field goals.
Alter the t h i r d
quarter safety, the
I ions roared back in
the final period as
Danielson picked on
rookie Falcon corner-
back Ken Johnson for
scoring tosse of 43 and
6 vards to lied Scott
and 7 9 vards to
1 eonard I hompson.
The falcons added
another touchdown on
tullback W illiam An-
drews' I 1-yard run.
"We feel we can do a
lot of things throwing
the ball said
Danielson. "It's just
too bad we got so lar
behind and maybe
didn't take advantage
of some things earlier
Bennett said he never
"felt comfortable" and
the falcons did not
change defenses as thev
entered the fourth
quarter with a 36-6
lead, except to try to
stop the long pass.
"We were try ing to
lay off oi them a little
more but they were suc-
cessful in getting
behind us said Ben-
nett. "The defensive
backs had to have
misplayed it
Bennett said he could
not explain the success
the Falcons historically
have enjoyed shutting
off the Nf I top run-
ners such as Sims.
"Maybe our football
team gets themselves up
for a great runing back
more he said.
Currv. the Falcons1
standout rookie
linebacker, said he
wasn't apprehensive
facing a runner like
Sims.
"I knew that in the-
past when Atlanta has
faced greal runners,
we've shut t hem
down said Curry. "I
just wanted to keep
that up
Currv said the late
scoring surge bv the
Lions "really bothers
me. We had them down
but gave up two or
three touchdowns. But
you have to give them
credit. Thev didn't give
up
Danielson and Sims
said the Lions, suffer-
ing their first loss in
five games, would
bounce back.
"This team is not go-
ing to lay down said
Danielson. "We will
never lay down
"We still feel we
have the momentum
and we have as good a
chance as anyone to
win our division said
Sims.
Sims, who had rush
ed tor over 1(K)vards in
three of the first tour
games, said he thought
the falcons keved on
him in the first halt.
"The falcons simply
played good defense
and we couldn't catch
up he said.
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The East Carolinian, October 7, 1980
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