The East Carolinian, October 16, 1980






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,v -wsarolina campus community since (Os
Ihursdav, October 1. I'M
Greenville, North Carolina
( irculalion KUMMI
New ECU Building
Waits For Go-Ahead
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Mi Moore stated that the
a ill covei "more than 2000
" He used the high rise
I � tint ol reference, say-
building will take up
much space as two ol those
dings put logethei and a little
as I he location ol the
t re are two places
on being considered. ()ue
puts ihe building at the end ol
; iehind loyner 1 ibrarj.
iei puts it neat the
lenl � Building, where the Old
1 and. 1 he Jenkins
i . w stand.
� iow Mi Moore states,
n decided w
1 win iIn sir ��. a high-rise.
iooI ull be locatec
pro approved, con
� he new building shoulc
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I out is 24 mon
Mi Moore
Hunt Proposes Continuation
Of V. C. Tobacco Programs
And Expansion Of Agriculture

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Of Brian
More Money
For Students,
Higher Rates

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clean up ol
mi inue, he said.
o work
� � Lets foi OUI
Encore Appearance In Area
Draws Protests From Christians
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Semesters First Drug Arrest
Bust Nets Pot, Pills
Hv MIM NOON N
MUOUs P
bans containing "brown vegetable I I jrcl
, , ol hem. man- containing seeds,
, kie outside the win- marked "DEX
ing laces ol v.
"v the room at the ol scales.
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Where The Drugs Go
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v e.
According to Steve Ba
tn ol the Studei I I
l-ilms . on mittee, two m
took place in which
(ii eenv ille cii �
t I v I stU
1 tie second meeting, oi l k 2.
was attended bv Ba
instrumental in film pn
ECU, as well as three members
e Greenville communitv and the
three II studei
"We agreed to the meeting a
co irtesv to let them air then
inces and to discuss our
lSons foi booking 'Lite Ol
Brian said Bachnei
1 he film centers on tl e jx
iences ol a man. Brian, who tries
u a group ol followers ho
mistake him foi a C hrist-like pro
phet and savioui Mthough it is set
in Krnan Judea, Christ is portrayed
in the film onlv briefly
" 1 he er
films O ' � �'�
respected

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said (ireei
we have in thi
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parent - c out loans
liege evh �"
On The Inside
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Orchestra
Volleyball
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the police report,
� i �tted Bell
t ! 1 v. tl ! 1 V. i I I i - vi
allegedly throwing an object from a
fourth floo. window ol the do
1 he officei then approav I . d Bell
foi identifiv Vx '� ' liled
to present ai ' cortei
Bi to ins rt
(iutside the dooi to Bell's ro m.
the found a plastic bag eon
taining "a brown vegetable
substance" suspected ol being mari-
juana. He then ailed the security
ce and requested a held
is kit.
ei a lest on the substance pi
ved positive, the asked Bell
� search his side ol
ioom n Bell agreed
I pon entering the room, the ol
ficei not wed that the screen ol the
window m the room had been torn
c I he officei found five plastic
s Mlkl NOONXN
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t.sters i
i ustodian. fwo a � � officers
ccording to a spokesman fo. then serve as witnesses
campus Securitv, the materials material ,s incinerated in a barrell
confiscated in drug-related arrests lust outs.de the EC I att.c ottict
ake the following course: Each
Mi lohn Greei and Mr. Rov
Honevcutt, both in the real c-
business. in Greenville, and Michael
Kldridge, an II alumnus, were
present at the meeting. Ihe H I �esus
student who attended were Kevin anybodv
Crossglass. Mask 1 ranke and Dean
Barham.
Bui 1 also �
(. ii eei was tl
Mid ael
seen the movii
told him tha
"We didn't wai
issue out ol it, :
concerned
c hi ist changed ;
feel M
mat's hke
be show n said '
"It's almost like i
ing a same ol youi n
was up there
things thai Bi an ��� i I
d �'�
film screened -
See HI M. Page 3
1 Ik investigating officei con-
to
changes hands in this process, wi n
ten records are Ur: ol the e
i-v.s ihe confiscated materia
heFC rraffic Office, where it is 1"
urnedove. to the evidence custo naha has bee.
i i ii, . notice "bust up he plastic bongs
dan rhe evidence custodian is the ponct u i
i i � , , and waterpipes and throw them
on v person having kes to a u' i ,
i . i . a i�) in awav periodicals, according to a
stv,Li storage Kkkci iivaicu in �
spokesman for the campus police.
ihe trattic ottice. '
Ihe evidence custodian then
sends the material In registered 11 the substana contiscaied
mail to Raleigh to be examined and are pills . n apsules, I .sh-
identified. It is sen. back to the ed down the toilet, or burnedI in i
evidence custodian and placed in incinerato. depending on the
the locker until the date ol the amount of the substance involve
V tides ol value confiscated �n
an arrest, sui 'rate scale
systems, automobiles oi weapons
are sent to Raleigh where thev are
auctioned oil to the general public,
according to a spokesman foi the
i campus police.
ECU'S Phi Sigma Pi
Takes National Award
trial.
On the ud ol the trial, the
evidence custodian turns all the
material ovei to the arresting of-
fice, who transports it to the court
room where it is used as evidence.
�Mei the trial, the officei
answered questions
The ECV chapter ol Dr. lack W . 1 horn from fraternitv
Phi Sigma Pi National ton, an ECU economics members man 0I
Honor 1 laternitv has professoi and lau hJ, concerne(j s
been chosen as outstan- Chaptei advisor, was ;nvoivemem jn the wai
ding chapter in the na- installed as national between iran and Iraq
tion for the 15th con- president ol the frater- and ()k, fale Q, lnc
secutive year. nity. merican hostages
rau Chapter received the highlight ol the
ty's convention in ment on the topic v ea v
day and Saturday. Miiitarv. "�
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A field ol 16 campus
oi ga nizat i on s a n d
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night and the onk two
independent teams in
the competition emei g
ed ictoi ious.
I he independent
team "One Step
Beyoud compiised ol
team members Doug
Queen, la id I arbei.
Chris Bledsoe, Rod
Sa m pie a nd Jeff
Seidenstein finished
first w hile the indepen
dent team "TA1 I
finished second.
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among
til the
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in the
unpctition in
ison City, I enn.
ie atl-stai team is
comprised ol David
I arbei. Doug Queen,
Rob Sample and Adam
Smith. 1 earn members
have majors ranging
trom English t o
Medicine.
I ach match lasts 30
minutes. A correctly
answered question is
worth 10 points and
bonus questions v ar in
worth depending on the
degree of difficulty.
�'Part of this is
knowledge. ma be even
all ol it. But a big pan
ol playing is getting to
the buzzer tirst said
a n d a " uhas,
associate director ol
Mendenhall Student
(.enter, where the com-
petition was held.
" 1 he more you pla.
the quicker you get
she added.
1 he site of the na-
tional competition,
usually a majoi
metropolitan area, has
not et been determm
ed for this sear.
However, Ms. Yuhas
said. "We'll pay all the
bills as far as they
(all-stars) can go
inning teams 11 om
the on-cam pus com-
petition receive S2 foi
each player on the team
and the coach. Second
place winners receive
SID. All participants in
this sear's competition
were treated to a pig-
picking Wednesday.
According to Yuhas,
the regional competi-
tion is keen. ECU
finished 3rd behind
Duke and Davidson
last year. Davidson
went on to win the na-
tional championship.
� e're getting closet
every yeai. and maybe
this is the eai we'll get
into the national com
petition Yuhas said.
1 he College Bowl
competition was started
at ! Cl in 1976, pat-
terned alter the populai
game show ol the 1950's
and 60's. Questions us-
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Now . w ho w as the
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Film Draws Protests
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testing the denial of the film than we
ild have it we tun the film he
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Baehnei .uk that the film was
: a special package ottered by
filn i ibutoi. and that the film
to he paid tor whether it
m n oi not .
"Bui we really saw no point in
the film said Bachner.
"We discussed the possible onse
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. up. but we nevei gave the ac
serious consideration,
Baehnei added.
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Opinion
Page 4
Fall Break
Big Fuss Over Simple Problem
All of the controversy over a pro-
posed tall break tor ECU is getting
out of hand. Typical administrative
red tape is making an obvious solu-
tion more obscure and tar-removed
ever da.
Chancellor Brewer made a valid
point Monday when he said that
students should have a better reason
tor a tall break than "Chapel Hill
has it The better reason is this:
1 here is a week-long break during
the spring semester, so why not
balance out own school-year.
When the Faculty Senate met
Wednesday, Oct. S, to discuss the
tall break proposal, it questioned
the accuracy of the SGA survey in
which over 90 percent ot" the
students responding favored a tall
recess from classes. Had every stu-
dent in the university responded to
iIk survey, there is little doubt that
an overwhelming majority (though
MK,My ics tbn 00 percent)
wouiu have voted in favor ot a
break. It the Faculty Senate wants
more proof, they can waste more
time and effort to get similar
results.
The senate was also concerned
that a break would reduce the
number of class days, therefore
adversely affecting the quality o
education, lew people would argue
with that, but the question of when
the break days will be made up is be-
ing approached with the care ac-
corded Middle Fast peace
agreements.
At present the fall semester is a
mess. During the week before labor
Day, Tuesday and Wednesday are
tor registration and drop-add, and
Thursday and Friday are the first
days of class. With the following
Monday a holiday, nothing rea'ly
happens until Tuesday. That's a
waste o' class meetings.
The logical solution is this: Make
the week of Thanksgiving fall
break. The three "lost davs" could
be added at the beginning of the
semester; that is, Thursday and Fri-
day two weeks before Labor Day
would be for registration, and the
entire week before labor Day
would be for classes. Not only
would this plan give ECU a tall
break, but the semester could get
o to a better start with a weekend
between signing up and beginning
classes.
This solution is no revelation, so
why are we being subjected to all
this bull? The students have made
their feelings known, regardless ot
whether the Faculty Senate believes
the SGA survey. Now it is time for
the senate and the Calendar Com-
mittee to stop beating around the
bush and give the students and
faculty o this university a much-
needed fall break.
4Life of Brian' At ECU
If the rumblings heard by the Stu-
dent Union Films Committee this
week take form, the FCU campus
may be in for a taste of the same
type of protest that occured at the
Bucanneer Theatre when it showed
the controversial movie Fife Of
Brian.
Several concerned local
businessmen and about three ECU
students met with the committee in
an attempt to prevent this
weekend's campus showing of Mon-
ty Python's latest endeavor on film,
according to committee chairman
Steve Bachner. The concerned peo-
ple maintain that the film is a
blasphemous representation of the
life of Christ and that it shouldn't
be shown on campus.
In this country, we are
guaranteed certain freedoms, and
two of those are freedom of expres-
sion and freedom of religion. In
their freely chosen religion, people
who dislike the idea of religious
satire are perfectly entitled to their
opinions. But those people would be
horrified if someone tried to shove
another belief down their throats.
All they need do is respect the rights
of others to different beliefs.
The sad part about the protests
against the movie is the inevitable
result � that more people will go to
see the movie just to see what all the
excitement is about, and most never
find out.
No Minority Seat Needed
In the Oct. 9 edition of this
newspaper, Fula Moore, secretary
of SOULS, was quoted as saying
that she had some specific ideas
about campus media that she would
bring before the board if she
becomes a member. She then com-
plained that you hardly ever see
pictures o minorities on campus
unless they're in sports M
This newspaper is color blind
with regard to news coverage. Wc
report the news that is worthy of
publication regardless of the color
of the newsmaker.
The proposal to create a minority
seat on the board, or rather to give
SOULS a seat, is ludicrous.
The members of the Media Board
should study the issue long and
hard, and prevent any railroading
efforts on the part of board chair-
man David Creech, whose brain-
child this proposal is.
If Creech and company are so
concerned with minority representa-
tion, they have certainly picked the
wrong representative to sit on the
board. SOUFS is not a minority
organization, it is the Society Of
United Fiberal Students; anybody
can be liberal � black, white, or
green.
The big question is why such a
small organization like SOUFS
deserves a seat on the board.
SOUFS is composed of only a tiny
part of the student body.
This amendment must be
defeated, and it is up to those
members of the Media Board who
are truly concerned with the best in-
terests of the media to do so.
r
Campus Forum
Anti-Morgan Ads Misleading
I have viewed enough ot the political
advertisement that puts down Sen.
Robert Morgan. The untruths it
perpetrates arc atrocious. 1 lie speaker
smooth!) slates that Sen. Morgan voted
to give "$75 million to the Marxisl
government of Ni tragua It fails to
point out thai the money is to be given
ovei a 5-year period in the form ol I
and development assistance. Why would
Nicaragua need lood and assistance?
Because the W oi Point-educated, I S
government-supported, formei dicta
slaughtered thousands ot his own people
(mostly women and children with the
help ot I .S. made weapons) and left his
country in desperate nxd ol lood and
assistance.
We gave hundreds ol millions to the
former Somoza regime fot years, blind
ed to the needs ol its impoverished peo-
ple by ttie cheap labor they provided
American companies there. I lived in
neighboring Honduras fot two years,
and during the height of the wai when
thousands ot wounded refugees wer
pouring into Honduras, 1 was also there.
1 worked with Nicaraguan doctors as
they tried to minister to then people.
1 hey did this under tin eat ot death from
the Somoza regime. You see. Somoza
did not allow you to help someone
unless they were ot has political persua
sion. I hope that neithet Di. 1 ast not
anyone else in this tree country falls vie
tun to that kind of mentality.
OWQ ajoaais
Citizens Party: An Alternative
ROBl Rl
Graduate Student
l )1 S
Nutrition
Students The Bear Burden
1 am writing in response to the 1 orurrt
lettei "Professors Give 1 he Grades"
(Oct. U). Professors impart knowledge
to students through instruction, I lie stu
dent m turn accepts and retains as much,
or as little ot the material as he or she
wishes. It is not the professor's duty to
"expose siudents to all points ot view
adequately and impartially Inn rathet
il is up to the student to question com
inon doctrines and to pose alternate
solutions, rhis is the student's duty and
the grade reflects the work put into the
Jass.
Furthermore, an individual has a right
to religious instruction, rhis can be ac
complished through one's local church
oi synagogue, not a public university as
advocated in Bingham's lettei. There ex
tsts separation of state and church and 1
trust this applies to classrooms as well.
11KI 1 M
Sophomore, 1 nglish
ECU 'e Need You'
I am compelled to write. While I
should have done so previously. I will
not let this opportunity pass me bv. I he
Octobei 7-8,1980, visit ol the blood
mobile to East Carolina University was
beautiful, just beautiful! Our blood pro-
gram in Pitt C ounty needed a literal and
figurative shot in the arm I he result
was OUTSTANDING SI C C 1 SS.
lo the AFRGTC Corps ot Cadets.
Captain Bienstock, Colonel Thomas,
and to all students, faculty and stafl
who made this happen, I love you.
Annually, we collect in excess ot 40
percent of the Pitt County quota
through the tour visits to your campus.
Additional visits this year are planned
for "rebtuary 4-5. 19M. and April 7-8,
1981. With the Wright Building to
undergo extensive renovation work, the
exact on-campus location has not been
determined for the upcoming visits.
Keep vour eyes open and your sleeves
rolled up. We need you.
ARTHURS. AlTORl)
Chairman.
Pitt County Bloodmobile
Il has finally gotten to me. 1 used to
keep it to myself, but now I've 110:
to let the people know All that I heat in
the news these davs is ol an incompetent
Carter doing this, or a foot-in-the-
mouth Reagan saving that. 01 a pseudo-
Republican Anderson telling us that the
other two don't know what they are
talking about. No wondei 'he people
don't know thai there is a viable alter-
native to the politicians that are offering
so much rhetoric and so many contradk
lions on a daily basis.
1 he presidential candidate tor the
c itizens Party is Barry Commoner,
whom most o! you have probably
already heard of, and he doesn't believe
it government should play politics
with our lives am mote. In case that you
ha en't heat d of Bai 1 y C ommonei. he is
an environmentalist that has been a
thorn in government's side since the tit-
ties. Back then, he launched a tight
against above-ground nucleai testing; he
knew that we were messing around with
something that we didn't have total con-
trol over, and might be deadly in the
long and short run. Have you heard the
news, lately There have been thousands
ot documented cases thus tit ot people
that lived around the testing grouds and
military personel that were mandatorily
exposed to the testing, coming down
with a disproportionate numbei ol
leukemia and othei radioactivity related
illnesses.
Mr. Commoner realizes that we are a
young partv and really don't stand a
chance to win ovei the two major patties
thai have a vise like grip ovei out elec-
toral system, but his majoi objective in
this election is to educate the public on
the power profit games some leaders
seem to be playing, and hopefully gain
enough momentum to get a foothold in
the exposure that is vitally needed foi
the next election. But it is extrememly
lough to compete against two patties
that are given 29 million of out tax
dollars to tell us how bad the other partv
is. and all the nice things they are going
to do for us when they get elected (which
never seems to get done), but we've got
logic, persistence, dedication to the
moral cause and. m time, hopefull) you
and the rest ot America on out side.
After the majority ot the citizens find
out who we are and what we are saying,
they would be foolish not to torn in out
effort to put this nation back on the
right course. And you would be equally
as foolish not to try to nave an open
mind, and make an effort to find out
what we have to say. It you don't make
that effort, then 1 don't want to hear
you gripe and complain about our lack
hoice in this election. I 01 an inter-
view ot Barry Commoner, to see what he
has to say, contact me. I o write to the
c itizens Party tor mote information, the
ess is 525 Thirteenth St NW,
Washington D.C . 20004.
You are supposedly intelligent yot
adults now. and I think 'dial you will
make the decision you think is right.
I hank- tor listening.
11KI HIGHSM1 1 H
Senioi. School ot Business
Change Through Law
1 he lettei w Inch v ou en! itled
"Anti Abortionists Brow Beat 'In I he
Name ol God carried in the Octobei
14. 1980, I ast c aroiinian put forth an
gument which, though attractive
sounding, is nonetheless disturbing in its
implications. The author ol thai lettei
lies that (no)"one ol to has th
inflict his particulai religious value-
upon all others by depriving individuals
ol then freedom to make personal
choices This argument would, foi in
ince, imply that the abolitionists m
opposed slavery because they felt it to be
immoral had no right to seek its dissolu
lion bv law, Similai comments could be
applied to those who opposed any activ i
tv (e.g child labor, racial discrimina
tion, etcwe now regard as evil. I cei
tainly hope that any individual who
perceives something in out society as
fundamentally evil will try by lawful
means to seek a remedy. In last, i would
thmk he or she has an obligation to do
so. 1 he democratic process cannot only
it needs it
stand such an onslaught.
sut ive.
K1 G A 1)1 1 K
Professor, Department ot Physics
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School Of Music
Hosts Convention
I his irio. rehearsing for their Oct. 17 appearance with the ECU Symphony Orchestra, are violinist Rodne
Schmidt, pianist Paul larditt and cellist Selma (Jokcen. t the rear of the piano is conductor Robert Hause.
I he East t ai olina I m ersity
School of Music will host ihe annual
convention oi the North Carolina
Music teachers Association on Oc
tober 17, 18, and 19, in Greenville.
I he convention brings together col-
lege, university and private music
teachers from throughout the state
Convention programs are being
presented by 1(1 faculty as well as
visiting artists from Northarolina,
Illinois, and Michigan. James
Clyburn, Professor oi Piano at
Meredith College, is President of
the NC 11 and 1 oren Withers,
Professor ol Piano at Duke I nivei
sity is program chairman.
Convention activities begin on
1 ;iday with high school Aiy. col
legiate level auditions in pi;
organ, voice and string, brass and
law
Eating Habits May Reflect Personality;
Shopping Reveals Human Psychology
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- ng certain foods to tit then in In these cases, "you are what you Watching people sh e in the
dividual personalities. eat" is completely incorrect; these grocery store is a fascinating aetivi
1 oi nstance, people who eal alot people are not made ol restaurant ty. Bit b bit, each shoppei is revt
ol I dinners most likely have food, but ol money. ing facts about his or her personali-
eithei a lack of time (or talent) foi Vegetarians are an interesting per- ty.
cookii Hopefully, the have at. sonality type. 1 hen conscience woman with a shopping cart
Judging from the won't let them eal the flesh ol crammed to the top a) spilling
-in.
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hungry oi are eating
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as, ham
slaughtered animals, so they only ovei with detergent, milk. . �
eal plants. But, the vegetarian men beet. bread. light bulbs,
nevei takes into consideration dishwashing liquid and assorted
oi young, innocent food is like!) to be a housewife Sh
funny thing aboul 1 dinners plants shrieking in silent agon) as probably hates shopping and is pro
is thai although they come in a the are ripped asunder. bably tired.
shopping carl carrying a sis
viuei consisting ol hamburgers, pack oi beer and a pack oi hot dogs
d in mi tha pagt za is a dead giveaway, is probably being pushed by a so!
. . � like and will throw away, that the person involved is a stu- ege student. Every weekend, local
little, dried-up pea- and some dent. It also indicates someone who grocery stores till thousands oi
bewildering number ol eombina
oods, there i always at
' people
oi the amorphous dessert concoc
art good examples.
Some people never buy l din-
babh drinks nothing but alcohol similar orders
or sofi drinks. Personality traits oi ii a shopping carl is overflowini
these people include a casual at- with beer, potato chips ami othei
in othei groceries, but litude aboul eating balanced meals.
solely oi � i
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workshops and p nances
1 eal ured will 1 and.
mastei class on the sonatina foi
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Solar Electricity:
Heated Ponds Energy Source
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C elsius (228 degrees rahrenhett).
"We claim that the pond was
boiling at that level, in the sense that
steam was being generated which
rose in bubbles toward the surface
he said. "The pond didn't look like
versity ol a boiling pot, but we could see bub-
.uiid be used to
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mem to see if
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and electrical
pool was
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1 50 centimeters
was 109 degrees
bles as big as an inch in diameter
that formed somewhere in the
pond
Ihe hot water taken from the
pond can be used for thermal
heating or to generate electricity
through heat exchange! -
" rhis pond is big enough to heat
my house in winter Bryant said.
"We proved that b withdrawing
heat at the same rate as 1 used it at
inv house.
Bryant said solar ponds are begin-
ning to attract attention as an pot en-
Brian Playing A t Hendrix
jn a baltv. brilliant and subversive comedy starring the
members of Moat) Pvthon. is playing at Mendenhall's Hendrix Theatre
on Oct 17 at 5t, 7:00. and 9:00 and on Oct. 18 at 7:00 and 9:00.
tial source ol enei gy
"There is a movement afoot to
develop a national solar pond pro-
gram trying to gel some solar money
for ponds he said. "Now, there is
no pond money in the budget (of the
Department ol Energy
Bryant said experiments at the
UNM pond have shown that it is
possible to generate electricity
economically through the use oi
solar ponds. The operation and
maintenance ol the pond also is
economical, he said.
Ihe 8 toot-deep solai pond,
shaped like an inverted cone with
the top cut off, is crisscrossed with
thin wires from which measuring
devices are lowered to check
temperatures and the amount and
distribution of salt in the water.
Ihe use of huge amounts of or-
dinary table salt is the key to making
the pond retain heat from the sun
instead ol dissipating it. Bryant
said.
"Normally, a pool of water stays
somewhat cooler than its environ-
ment he said.
"It you can prevent the heat that
is produced on the bottom ol the
pond by sunlight from rising to the
surface, then the water will become
hot
c onvection is blocked in the pond
by using salt to create an insulation
layer in the upper meter of the
water. I he concentration ol salt in
the uppet layer gradually increases
with depth, thereby making the
water at the lower levels ol the layer
too heavy to rise, even when heated.
Ihe layer does not block sunlight
from reaching, and warming, the
water below it, he said, and that
warm water can be piped from the
pond without disturbing the upper
laser
Ihe unusually hot summer in
New Mexico helped experimenters
sei the temperature records.
"It was clear and hot during the
14 days we came up to boiling
Brvant said.
Songwriter Mike Williams will be returning to ECU for his sixth appearance on Sunday, Oct. 1M at 2:00 p.m. Ac-
claimed by student audiences as one of the strongest solo acts in the country, Williams' country-flavored, down-
home music appeals to his audiences.
Homecoming Alive With Music
I here will be plenty oi music on
campus this weekend, as part ol
ECU's Homecoming festivities.
Five bands will be playing on cam-
pus during Friday and Saturday
nights, followed by a concert with
Mike Williams on Sunday night.
Friday night, the lorry rhomas
band will appear on the Mall ai 8:00
p.m. as part of the Pep Rally.
1 our bands will be playing Satur-
day night at Mendenhall Student
Center. The music will begin at 8:00
p.m. and continue until midnight.
The bands performing then will be
Contrast, the Monitors. Hometown
Boys and Southbound.
Contrast will perform in
Auditorium 244. The band, undei
the direction of Joe Distefano,
specializes in music with the big
band sound, and jazz.
1 he Monitoi s, under the on
ol P. A. Best will per form in the
1 u 11 i P ui pose K oom 1 hey
specialize in rhythm and blu
disco.
The Hometown Boys will per-
form in the Coffeehouse located on
the ground tlooi ol the Student
(enter, rhis band, undei the direc-
i ion of oh n W orthington,
specializes in bluegrass and country
music.
southbound, under the direction
ol Jetty Carson, will perform in the
Snack Bar. This band specializes in
beach and easy-listening music.
On Sunday, Oct 14. country-folk
songwriter Mike Williams will bung
his bo mine bass oice and
12-string guitai to East Carolina
I niveisitv.
This si-foot-two inch uniform-
ed hippie promises to "tickle yore
innards and rearrange yore brain"
in his two hout performance which
starts at 2(H) p.m. on the Mall.
1 his i- w illiams1 sixth appearance
ai 1 ast v arolina, and the show pro-
mises to be a spectaculai end to
Homecoming week. Acclaimed by
student audiences as one oi the
strongest solo acts in the country.
Williams has a special at lection tor
the college crowds he captures
"College audiences arc my
favorite he says. "Compared to
the clubs, they're much more polite
and intelligent although their
reality factor may be a little low
W illiams1 music has a countr-
flavoi .n the down-home pace ot
the show appeals to his audiences.
"These songs are about adventures,
feelings and accidents I've had in 37
years o survival" erms the red-
maned sinaer.
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likely to be someone
who parties a lot,
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Continued from page 5 sweeping up a fearful store until they make we mentioned before,
bul delicious arra oi up their minds. who is buying about
junk food Hten, there are the three hundred things at
Watching people in impatient ones who gel once.
vho parties a iui, me a, the check oui tired oi waiting in line The most amazing
specially if he's going COUnters provides more and stari yelling tor the people to watch are not
o consume all thai fascinating studies in managci to complain the customers, but the
human psycholo about how slow the line check-oul clerks. Put-
you see jndi e is moving, rhis slows ting up with complaints
people trying to find things down even more, about prices, checking
what looks to be a I Hiose blessed with thousands oi
moving line rhe son k luck end up in a miscellaneous grocery
of jus, hovei around line with nobody but items, and just working
,he from are the students buying one oi standing up foi hours
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amounts of beer and
quantities oi real food,
like chicken, lettuce
av.A carrots, rhis carl
belongs to someone
with a more complex
personality than the
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tioned so far, namely,
someone who likes to
party, but still cares
about getting a balanc-
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Iheie is an old bit of
advice thai says to
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groceries it you are
hungry. People who
don't take this advice
are the ones going
through the store,
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Music School Hosts Convention
ontiniied from page 5
Becih piece are Rodney
Schmidt, violinist; Sclma Gokcen,
cellist; and Paul Kudu, pianist. Ml
are faculty members oi the 1 C I
1 -1 School oi Mi
Na i (. i t. hancelloi I homas Brewei
will speak briefly before I he concert.
I he public is invited to attend free
of charge.
rarely performed work, the
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from the same period when
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oi balancing three solo instruments
withoul overloading the structure ol
the woik by using simple, cleai
SYtnpuOHY C OnCei'f ,hemes, easily plaved by the three
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C ampus Events:
lhursda i6
� 4:00 P.M. Intramural archer) tournament,
( ollege Hill,
� 8:00 I'M rtists series, Bresslei Pressler,
Hendrix rheatre, tickets: students $2.00, public
S5.00,
� 8:00 I'M Oktoberfest, International House
parking lot, tickets $3.00
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� 10:00 A.M Womcns Volleyball: I asl
( arolina Invitational lournament, Minges Col-
im,
� 5 00, 7:00, 9:00 P M. Movie: "1 ife ol Brian"
Hendrix rheatre,
� 8:00P.M. ECi Symphony Orchestra concert,
i ighi uditorium.
N kcci
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tlantic Christian, Wilson, N.
Saturday IX
HOMIOMING DA .
�Ml da Womens Volleyball, 1 a-t Carolina
ma , MingesolKeum,
9 JO .1. Intramural C ross Campus run,
rract,
2:00 P.M. Homecoming Came: Western
a I niversiiy, 1 icklen Stadium,
- 00, 7 00, 9 00 P 1. Movie: "1 ife ol Brian'1
h I heat re.
Monda 20
� 6:00 P.M. MSC Day Students Billiard Tour-
nament, for ACll. Studenl Center.
Tuesda 21
� 6:00 P.M. MSC Day Student Billiard Tourna-
ment for AC I I.
ednesda 22
� 4:(M) P.M. Soccer: INC - Wilmington, Home.
� 8:00 P.M. Movie: "La Cage Au Follcs"
Hendrix Theatre,
� 8:15 P.M. Faculty Recital: George Broussard,
trombone, A I Flelchei Recital Hall.
lhursda 23
� 7:30 P.M. Sigma Alpha lota Musicale,
� 8:00 P.M. Minority Arts Film Series: "1 will
Fight no more forever" 1 edonia S. Wright Afro-
American Cultural Center.
Friday 17-Sunday 1M
� North Carolina Music Teachers Convention,
all day.
October 19 - November 1
� An Exhibition, local artists.
Plaa:
� "Oh God! Booli I wo" starring George
Bums, shows at 3:15, 5:10, 7:05, & 9:00 P.M
� "Prom Night" shows ai 2(. 5:25, 7:20, &
9:15 P.M
� "Joni" starring, Join Eareckson as herself,
shows at 3:00, 5:00, 7 00, & 9:00 1' 1
� STARTING FRIDAY "Urban Cowboy" and
"Dressed to Kill
Park:
� "Zombie" shos - i
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10 & 9:00 P M
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( arolina )pr House:
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� I rida HOMI Kill NII IWI)
� Saturday H( )Ml Kill I 1 BN)
� I uesda MBl SH
� Wednesda W11U SH
� fhursda SNl I 1
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Movies
Minda V)
Buccaneer:
� "Terror Tram" shows at 1:15, 3:15, 5:15,
7:15 & 9:15 P.M
� "Somewhere in lime" starring Christopher
Reeve, shows at 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 & 9:00
P.M
� "Hopscotch" starring Waltei Matthau,
ttie:
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Sunda II RRy 1 HOMAS
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down during the team's 24-22 win over
Richmond lasl Saturda. I In Ham In
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11 Homecoming contest.
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Lady Pirates Drop Four
After Impressive Opener
B JIMM DuPREI
V-m.ijiii si. I dilm
the North
Pfeiffer, but the Pirates trying to disect their coaching mistake
dropped their final moves too carefully
Ever since the Lad) �� oi th� rl'lar and reaI1 concen
, i, , .i season (vii in drop their trating too nara.
Pirate held inukcy
team opened the season
with an impressive 2-0
w i i , . i Association ol Inter- the tront line,
nm �Ve; n n, collegiate Athletics for continues. -We're go- magnifying the fatigue
Women state tourna- ing to change the of fen- ol the Pirates 1 he
menl sive formation we pla possibility ol playing
��I can accept a loss and that should give seven games m tour
as long as sou learn them the backup days at the state tour-
ihe mistakes you system they appeal to nament is a challenge
HAVE A GOOD
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Visit The Mushroom
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An ants chides that
the weather has been no
"We've had a tern- friend of her team thus
Carolina ble lack ol success on tar. with the
she temperature Saturday
glory have come few
and fai between for the
young East C arolina
'li't nifor5 mX'and'theTurii SmondSw. Arrants will try to
, behind you Arrants "Defensively, sou prepare the squad for
NCaTaWVJiot l! Bu. we have should be dictate in- in the next two weeks.
� fn irol misfates UZ �2 �S? bSn 'Our chins aren't on
most recentl a pair of ; J lhc ground- Arrants
liWh "We're lacking the 'M probably should adds. "I know we can
anothei Monday at concentration have .hanged the improve our confidence
P,f?V hn n).MHi have to have to allignment before be fore the tournament
, , i inlVi in win "explains Arrants. now rrants admits, and 1 think that they
ZvZZ Tthink'the girls are that's been a can turn it around.
doubleheadei which
saw the 1 ady Pii s
drop the opener with
c atawba 3-0 and later
in the afternoon to
Davidson 10-0.
� e had no offense,
little defense, and what
we had between our
eais we didn't use
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Emory, Pirates To
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1 here will be a major pected to be present arc a not her in the
homecoming peprally the Marching Pirates festivities planned tor
said ECU coach Eaurie ihis Friday on the mall and the ECl football Homecoming ue,k
Vrrants after the turn Li ECl . ' team. Head coach Ed Coach Emory and the
bill. The rally will get Emory will accompany squad urge all students
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Coach Praises Effort
cox
Lady Pirates Fall To UNC
FLORAL SERVICE INC.
CALENDER OF EVENTS
"We played great wasn'i read to pla
1 avi Carolina assis- when the) came out on
ian! volleyball coach the courl because the
1 ynn Davidson had thought it would be an
plent) ol reason to be cas game to win.
excited ruesda night, "Bui we went out
even though hei team and played tough and
had iusi dropped theii we won (the second
19th game in 2 I
out ings. 1 he I ad I I held off the 1 ai
Pirates posted an mi Heels lirsi game
c 15-11, 14 16, and b i d back to
15-5, 15-13 perfoi win ih ih a
manc against highl late flurr
UNC-C hapel "The (I ad Pirates)
I lil! passed good, so we
"1 . � ames w n h were able to run I he of-
i cam in fense said Davidson.
stall speaks foi I V ped and
explained pounced on I ,m
Davidson "Carolina Carolina early m the
third game, allow my
the 1 ad) Pirates just
tive points.
'( e) w ere frozen
Davidson explains.
'They, were iim
reaching and you can't
do that and win
In the fourth game,
l N' again mmped to
an early, lead, but the
Pirates were not read)
to fold. Down 1(4.
I i I nai iowed ihe gap
to 14 10 and held
( arolina through two
set d ice rounds to cut to
14 13 before the 1 at
I ieels gai nered the v� in-
ning point.
Dav idson stai ted on-
ly one senior, with two
sophomores and three
freshmen. Bui the
results were even more
than she had hoped for.
She was cspeciallx im-
pressed with freshmen
Sherr) Stout and 1 ex-
anne Keeter, as well as
senior Sharon Perry.
"(1 exanne's) hitting
has improved tremen-
dously,1 praised
Da idson. "Sherry will
go to the floor tor us.
She has excellent lateral
movement.
"Sharon served real
well throughout the
match. She had real
strong net play and you
need thai against
C arolina. which is a big
team
Davidson indicated
follow ing the 1 i ancis
Marion 1 nv it at ional
1 out namen t last
w e e k e n d that t h e
Pirates were not play
ing as a unit. But the at-
titude and el fort chang-
ed somewhere betweer
Saturday and Iuesday.
"We played as
team and everybody
was playing hard foi
each oilier she con-
cludes.
I ast Carolina hosts
Appalachian Stale Fri-
day at 10 a.m. in
Minges c oliseum, prior
to the start oi the ECU
I nv national tourna-
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will be looking to mi
prove on their 0-6
NC l record
against ASl I.
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Title
The East Carolinian, October 16, 1980
Description
East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
Date
October 16, 1980
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
Local Identifier
UA50.05.06.02.85
Location of Original
University Archives
Rights
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