The East Carolinian, March 14, 1985






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Serving the East Carolina campus community since 1925
Vol.59 No.46
Thursday, March 14, 1985
Greenville, N.C.
26 Pages
Circulation 20,000
Gorbachev
New Leader May Offer Chance To Improve Relations
BRYAN HUMBERT - ECU Photo
Jeffrev Hahn was the first speaker in the Great Decisions Series
1 uesda night. He spoke on Soviet politics.
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By GREG RIDEOUT
Mini!n Kdllor
The emergence of Mikhail S.
Gorbachev as general secretary of
the Soviet Union Communist
Party to replace Konstantin
Chernenko offers the United
States a chance to improve super-
power relations, according to Dr.
Jeffrey Hahn, an expert on
Soviet politics from Villanova
University who was at ECU Tues-
day participating in the Great
Decision lecture series.
"Gorbachev presents an op-
portunity to the United States for
an improvement in relations
Hahn said, explaining that "Gor-
bachev didn't come of age in the
(Josef) Stalin years. He political-
ly matured during the (Nikita)
Khrushchev years
Hahn, who recently returned
from a three-month stay in the
Soviet Union as a visiting scholar
at Moscow State University, said
the 54-vear-old Gorbachev
represents a changing of the
guard at the Kremlin. His youth
and education set him apart from
his two predecessors. Gorbachev
holds a law degree from Moscow
State University. "He is clearly
the most educated" of the men
now in the politburo, Hahn said.
Hahn, who cautioned that any
statements about the inner work-
ings of the Kremlin are very
speculative, believes Gorbachev
won out over his rival, 62-year-
old Grigory V. Romanov,
because of time. If Chernenko
had lived longer, Romanov and
other hardliners would have had
more time to consolidate their
forces.
Most experts agree that Gor-
bachev is no liberal reformer. For
him to have worked his way into
power in the Kremlin, he had to
toe the party line. Hahn says he
knows the Soviet Union is not go-
ing to suddenly change its ways.
"The only thing I trust the Soviet
Union to do is pursue its own in-
terests
But, Hahn believes both the
United States and the Soviet
Union have an interest in stopp-
ing the arms race. Gorbachev's
problems at home, which include
a stagnant economy, would be
better helped by less military
spending. But, Hahn cautioned,
if faced with a choice of guns or
butter, "it will clearly build up its
weapons
There won't be "any im-
mediate changes in Geneva
(where the arms talks are being
held) Hahn said. "You'll see
Soviet foreign policy to continue
to be run bv (Soviet Foreign
Minister Andre-Gromyko
who Hahn described as a "pro-
fessional" capable of carrying
out anyone's orders perfectly.
Hahn said Gorbachev should
be able to consolidate his power
quickly through openings on the
Politburo. Several of the
hardliners are older, arid should
not be around much longer,
Hahn said.
Hahn believes the best ap
proach by both sides in the super-
power struggle is moderation
"An exchange of views would be
useful President Reagan in-
dicated Wednesday that he is
willing to attend a summit
meeting with Gorbachev.
The stylish, sophisticated Gor-
bachev will be more acceptable to
the western world, Hahn
believes. "Like good wine, Gor-
bachev travels well During a re-
cent trip to Britain, Prime
Minister Margaret Thatcher said
of the new Soviet leader, "I like
Mr. Gorbachev. We can do
business together
To alleviate problems ar home.
Gorbachev will probably do three
things: increase material incen-
tives to workers, introduce nev.
technology and decentralize
authority so more work can be
done at the lower levels of the
communist hierarchy Hahn said.
Presidential Candidates Take Stand On Campus Issues
If elected SGA president,
David Brown would like to see
the level of student services at
ECU increased, he said.
Providing student services,
Brown said, "accomplishes two
things � it gets students involved
and it provides useful organiza-
ions to the campus He said he
feels that there is no such thing as
student apathy, "it is just an ex-
-e for poor leadership
Brown said apathy in organiza-
tions should not exist if students
are shown that the organization
"is worthwhile and has value
He said he feels many of the SGA
legislators this year haven't "felt
like making a worthwhile
effort Brown said he wants to
keep students involved in the
legislature.
"This campus is full of people
throwing out ideas, but very few
people are willing to roll up their
sleeves and work, and I will, as I
have in the past he said.
Brown said he also feels it is
necessary to set funding stan-
dards for student organizations.
"We need some good guidelines
for funding he said. "A lot of
musical performance groups, art
groups and minority groups are
not getting funded properly to
enable them to travel to events.
"If the SGA can fund $500
plus dollars for the IFC to bring
prospective students to frater-
nities, they should also be able to
fund minority and performance
Brown
groups he said. "I want it to be
equal for everyone involved
Increased communication bet-
ween student groups and the
campus was stressed by Brown.
He said, he feels many student
groups need to be represented in-
the SGA and "there needs to be
more communication between
groups so they know what is go-
ing on
"The better communication,
the more participation Brown
said. "Sometimes the only con-
tact a group has with the student
government is during annual ap-
propriations, they need to have
their opinions heard
Brown said he feels being
unable to campaign door-to-door
in the dorms is "a real handicap"
but he is talking to people on
campus and speaking to groups.
Addressing the problem of
apathy in the SGA legislature will
be one of the major thrusts of the
campaign of Mike McPartland,
candidate for SGA president.
McPartland said he sees a great
deal of apathy within the
legislature, citing "bills passed by
consent, and the legislature not
being able to make quorum.
Many legislators don't have a
sincere interest he said.
Some legislators are in the
SGA, "just to pad their resume
McPartland said. If elected, he
hopes to alleviate this problem by
implementation of a plan calling
for candidates for representative
positions to list their qualifica-
tions for the positions. "This
may deter involvement for those
not seriously interested
McPartland said he would also
like to see the book exchange pro-
gram expanded. "It's a great idea
if the system can be
restructured he said, adding
that it is currently "not very effi-
cient He said he feels the SGA
should be more involved in the
program, acting as a liason for
students. This would involve
students calling the SGA and be-
ing given names of those with
books to sell. "This would be an
easier process for the students
he said.
The role of the SGA legislature
should be "not only involvement
with appropriations and approv-
ing constitutions, but also
Information System
Installed By SGA
B JENNIFER JE.NDRASIAK
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The first segment of a new
SGA information system will go
into effect this week, following
the purchase and installation of a
-omputer.
Lyndon Sidelinger, systems
analyst for the SGA, said the
Zenith system was purchased at a
total cost of approximately
$3,000 and will ultimately be used
to assist the Executive Council,
Legislature, Transit System,
Pirate Walk and Refrigerator
Rental.
Sidelinger said the SGA has
been working on the project since
November, and had originally in-
tended to provide a student infor-
mation system. However, he
said, the intended use was nar-
rowed and the system will now be
sed by the SGA to assist with its
activities.
The system is designed to be
implemented in segments, Sidel-
inger said, "so that it will be a
continuing thing The first use
will be in providing information
about members of the SGA
legislature. In addition, the com-
puter will be used to help the Ex-
ecutive Council keep up with
organization budgets.
"When groups set budgets, the
information will go on the com-
puter, and then requisition
amounts can be taken off on the
computer, that way it will always
be up-to-date said SGA Presi-
dent John Rainey. This will be
used to "better allocate funds
Sidelinger said.
Rainey said the system is being
used for the SGA instead of stu-
dent information because the
legislature "thought it would bet-
ter meet the needs of organiza-
McPartland
academics To this end, he
would like to implement a teacher
evaluation form.
This form, McPartland said,
would consist of questions con-
cerning communications skills,
class preparation and interest. He
stressed that this is a plan that
"will have to be talked out with
the faculty and the Faculty
Senate
"I don't wish to implement
this plan to scare faculty
members but to get some evalua-
tion out to students he said, ad-
ding that is "is not something
that will be seen immediately
McPartland said he is conduc-
ting much of his campaigning
through speaking to groups and
organizations, and is trying to
speak to resident advisors and
house councils.
Attorney Files Suit
Kirk Shelley, who is running
for the position of SGA presi-
dent, said there are three major
issues to be addressed in his cam-
paign: parking problems, the
book exchange and communica-
tions.
Shelley said he has already
taken action to address the issue
of parking problems on campus,
speaking with city officials and
administrators.
"The commuter population at
ECU is increasing by 100 to 300
students per year he said, "and
many are now waiting up to 30
minutes for a parking place
This problem, he said, "will keep
getting worse
In addition, Shelley said, "the
groundwork has to be laid with
the General Assembly now so in
three years we can get a multi-
level parking garage He said he
knows of local representatives
who will work to accomplish this
goal.
Shelley stressed that a parking
garage is not feasible immediate-
ly, due to construction of the new
classroom building.
The book exchange program,
which was done this year "on a
trial basis" should also be ex-
panded, Shelley said. He pro-
poses a table set up by the SGA in
front of the Student Supply Store
with listings of information. He
said the program benefits
students by allowing books to be
sold at prices higher than those
Shelley
offered by bookstores, and
bought lower prices.
"Everybody benefits at no cost
to the students he said.
Shelley said, if elected, he in-
tends to improve communication
by sending out letters to
organization and dorm
presidents, RAs and fraternities
and sororities. These letters, he
said, will keep the groups "up-to-
date with SGA finances, open-
ings in the legislature, programs
we are working on and what
other organizations are doing "
Shelley would also like to ex-
pand meetings of group
presidents with the SGA, "to
keep groups more informed
His campaigning is focusing
around "going out and trying to
meet people on streets and major
flowpoints Shelley said.
Emory Seeks $1 Million
Rainey
tions and provide more services
to students He added that he
feels "money will be better spent
this way and it will make
organizations more efficient
Money for expanding the
system has been allocated in the
1985-86 SGA budget, and the
possibilities for expansion are
"limitless Sidelinger said.
"This is one of the most signifi-
cant things we've accomplished
this year in the SGA and I'd like
to thank Lyndon for his involve-
ment in setting up the system
Rainey said.
(UPI) � Attorneys for former
ECU football coach Ed Emory
filed a lawsuit against the ECU
seeking more than $1 million for
breach of contract and other
damages.
ECU officials fired Emory in
December, with three years re-
maining on his newly negotiated
contract. Emory, who compiled
26-29 record while here, enjoyed
two straight winning seasons
before 1984's 2-9 finish.
Emory's attorney, Marvin
Blount, said months of wrangling
over a settlement with university
officials brought a compensation
he considered "hardly an offer.
"We couldn't resolve it
without going to court Blount
said. "There was no possibility to
getting together
The lawsuit asked for at least
$482,500 in wages and benefits
Emory could not earn after his
firing; at least $200,000 for emo-
tional distress and mental
anguish and at least $500,000 in
punitive damages.
The lawsuit, filed in Pitt Coun-
ty Superior Court against ECU,
Chancellor John M. Howell and
Athletic Director Ken Karr, said
ECU broke Emory's contract
based on the 1984 season, which
it described as a "rebuilding
year" after 1983 when the Pirates
were nationally ranked.
"However ECU, mirroring
'outlaw schools' where only win-
ning counts and where memories
are short-lived, the losses
translated into a breach of the
written contract, a unilateral
abrogation of understanding,
and a repudiation of both the
words and the handshakes the
lawsuit said.
"Without warning, on a morn-
ing he had come to discuss special
efforts leading to a reemergence
as a national contender. Coach
Emory was summarily fired in
complete disregard of both more
promises and written contract
the lawsuit said.
After the 8-3 season in 1983,
ECU extended Emory's contract
through 1987. The lawsuit said
the contract included a yearlv
salary of $50,000, use of two
cars, membership dues to the
Greenville Country Club and in-
surance, health, pension and
retirement benefits.
Emory also would have receiv-
ed as football coach money and
benefits from football camps and
public appearances, the lawsuit
said.
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THE EAST CAROLINIAN
MARCH 14, 1985
Announcements
Rooms Available
for students at the Methodist Student Center
Applications for summer school and fall may
be picked up at SOI East Fifth Street, inter
views will be held March II 15 For further
Information contact Richard or Sheila
Becker at 758 2030 after 5 p.m.
All Are Invited
To a special Seminar In Home Economics
Wed 4 p.m March 13 In room 235 Home
Economics Howard Jacobson, M.D Dlrec
tor. Institute of Nutrition. University of
North Carolina and Adlunct Professor,
Department of Food, Nutrition and Instifu
tion Management. ECU
Summer School 1985
Room Reservation
Residence hall room deposits for Sumer
School I9�5 will be accepted in the cashier's
office, room 105, Spilman Building beginning
April 1 Room assignments will be made in
the respective residence hall offices on April
3 and April 4 Thereafter, they will be made
In the Office of Housing Operations, room
201, Whichard Building. The rent for a term
of summer school is $125 (Fleming and Jar
vis halls J150) for a semlprlvate room and
SIM (Fleming and Jarvis Halls $225) for a
private room.
Students who wish to reserve rooms they
presently occupy, provided such rooms are
to be Inuse this summer are to make reser
vatlons on Wed April 3 All other students
may reserve rooms on a first come, first-
serve basis on Thurs , April 4.
Jarvis, Fleming and first floor of Slay (for
mobility impaired sutdents) will serve as co
ed residence halls; while Greene Hall will
house women students, and Fletcher Hall,
men students Fleming will serve as a co ed
hall during Summer 1985 but will revert back
to an all women's hall for School year 1985-86.
Cheerleader Tryouts
Anyone, guys and girls, interested in being
involved in athletics traveling and meeting
people plan to at'eno 'he first meeting for
varsity squad cheerleader tryouts on Thurs
march 21. 1985 at 5.30 in the lobby of Minges
Coliseum if you want to be a part of an
award winning squad, makes plans to tryout
out tor ECU Cheerieadingi See you there!
Co-Rec volleyball
is spiking in your repetoire? if so, register
for intramural co rec volleyball March 18 19.
3 guys and 3 gals are needed to play. For
more info call 757 6387 or come by room 204
Memorial Gvm
Co-Rec Racquetball
Registration for intramural co-rec raquet
Call begins March 18 20. Play will start
March 25 For more information come by
room 204 Memorial Gym or call 757 6387. Sw-
ng into spring with the IRS.
Media Board
now accept.ng applications for General
Manager for the 1985 86 academic year for
the following The East Carolinian, WZMB
FM. Buccaneer, Rebel, Photo Lab and Ex
oressions Magazine 'formerly The Ebony
neraldi Please apply at the Media Board of
tice. 2nd floor, Publications Bldg. Phone
757-6009 Applications accepted through
3 22 85
Studnet Athletic
Board
SAB meeting Mon, March 18 at 4 in Rm 221 of
Mendenhall.
ECU Marauders
There will be a marauder meeting at 8 on
Wed March 20th at Joyner Library room
205. All members need to attend. Upcoming
events will be discussed
Rugby
ECU vs. Dan River Rugby Club. Come out
and watch the Pirates whip these old men In-
to shape! Sat March 16 at 2 p.m. You all
know where the rugby field Is, be there, rain
or shine. Put a little excitement In your
weekend
New Student
Orientation '85
Five week position In residence as Orienta-
tion Assistant for East Carolina's Summer
Orientation Program tor new freshmen and
transfers. Dates: June 12 July II. Re
quirements to apply: satisfactory comple-
tion of at least 24 credit hours; student must
not be on academic or disciplinary proba-
tion, must be available to live on campus
June 12-July 11; must be planning to return
to ECU in the Fall. $800 Stipend room and
board during orientation dates. Application
available now In Office of the Assoscate
Dean of Students room 210 Whichard
Building. Completed application (applica-
tion plus three references) due by March 22
in the Office of the Associate Dean of
Students room 210 Whichard Building.
Student Medical Record
Association
will be selling raffle tickets for the Ronald
McDonald House Fund Sat March 16, at
Harris Supermarket on tenth St. First prize
is a new pickup truck.
Department of Sociology
Anthroplolgy and Economics
On Thurs March 21 at 7:X p.m. in
Mendenhall Student Center, Bill Lindsey will
make a presentation on Alternatives To
America's Slums. Currently the Director of
Ft lauderdale's Housing Authority, Bill is an
M.A graduate In Sociology from ECU. He
has been called the "Slumbuster" by Time
and Reader's Digest magiazines. His unique
"Oasis" technique has captured the nation's
attention because of its low cost and high
benefit ration, and its creative combinaton
of private capfial and federal grants.
They're Fast Now
The lady Pirate Softball team continues their
2nd season In fast pitch plav Today they'll
take on the Uni. of Conn, at 1 and George
Mason Uni. at 3. Grab a buddy and hurry
down the field (next to Charles Blvd and
beside Harrington Field) for a fun filled
afternoon! Coupon rosters will be provided.
Racquetball
Okay it's time to come out swinging. The IRS
racquetball singles tournament is almost
here Entry dates are March 18 20 and play
begins March 25. Don't miss the action.
Phi Upsilon Omicron
Next meeting Tues March 19 at 5 in the
Vanlandingham room. Covered dish dinner
with district Counselor, Dr. Jenkins, on
Thurs March 21 at 5. We need your support
at both meetings!
Paragon
"If I should die" a multl media presentation
on death afterlife�March 258.26 in Wright
Aud. at 7 and 9 p.m. Don't miss this thrillerl
James Braswell
for
SGA Treasurer
St. Patrick 9s
Day Party
Friday, March 15
Featuring 'Thantoms"
Reduced prices on green bottle beer
Bring a Friend Coupon
Buy any sandwich and get same
sandwich for Vi price
5 pm - until
513 Cotanche Street
Greenville, NC
Early Childhood
Club
The next meeting of the Early Childhood
Club will be held Tues .March 36, In Speight
129 at 5 p.m. All Early Childhood Education
majors welcome. New officers presiding get
involved now I
AMA Elections
Anyone Interested in running for an AMA
position for next year, turn your name in the
folder outside room 227 in Rawl.
Student Dietetic Assoc
is having a meeting Thes March 12 5:30 In
the Home Economics dinlnghall. Speaker Is
Ms. Teresa Lucus owner of Down to Earth
health food store. She will bring free samples
of herb tea and the like, so come join In on
the funl A photographer from ECU'S annual
will take a group picture of SDA all
member, art urged to attend. March Is Na
tional Nutrition Month) In recognition of this
SDA will be giving personal dietary an
nalyses In front of the Student Store on Wed.
and Thurs. March 20421 Don't miss out on
this opportunity to get your diet analysedl
Also, we will be having bake sales Fri.
March 15 and Tues March 26. We will be
selling bomemade granolabars, butbreads,
bran muffins, wheat loaves and things of the
nature. So don't forget, we'll see you thenl
Prime Time
Sponsored by Campus Cursade for chrlst,
meets every Thurs. In Jenkins Aud. Art
Blgd. at 8 p.m. Join us for fun, fellowship and
Bible Study.
ECU Ski Group
To Snowshoe
Snowshoe Spring Break skiers Sun March
31 at 5:30 p.m Ann Raamett will have a
cookout at her place Bring your own-we'll
cook it. don't forget your pictures.
Kappa Sigma
Bahama mama is coming soon.
ECU Peace Committee
The Greensboro Civil Rights Fund will be
sponsoring the PBS award-winning
documentary "88 seconds In Greensboro"
March 14 at 7 30 p.m. In the old Joyner
Library. Dr. Marty Natham, wife of slain ac-
tivist, pediatrician Mike Natham will
answer questions after the movie. This is an
opportunity to learn 1st hand what really
happened five years ago at the Death to the
Klan Rally and a chance to learn more about
the up coming trial of acccured klan and nazi
members. All are Invited to share In this
evening of education and dialog.
Buddist Study
We will be meeting on the 14th at 7 In E201 of
the physics Building. Blofeid's Taoism and
Tao Te Chlng will discussed. Copies of each
can be found In the Student Supply Store.
Please bring a cushion.
ISA
we have a meeting Sat. the 16 of March at 6
p.m. in Mendenhall room 221. Please come
and bring everything you need to get money
back from the dinner. See you there.
Scholarships Available
Air Force ROTC Is loklng for students seek
ing education, opportunities, and ex
perience. Air Force ROTC offers scholar
ships for tuition, books, and $100 per month
The Air Force officers qualifying test (AFO
QT) is offered on 18 of March (Mon) from
l 30 to 6:30 This is necessary in order to be
considered for scholarships for the fail
semester of IMS. All Interested students are
urged to visit Maor Patten at Air Force
ROTC on the second floor of Wright Annex or
call 757-6598 for further Information.
Honor Board
There will not be an honor board meeting
March 14th. The regular schedule will
resume next week. If there are any questions
call 752-5895.
Graduate Students
Wesley Foundation Is now accepting applica-
tions for a graduate couple to serve as resi-
dent advisors and program assistants for the
1985-86 school year.Housing Is provided at
the Methodist Student Center. For informa-
tion call 758-2030.
Catholic Sunday
Worship
Bishop Gossman will celebrate Mass this
Sun. at 11:30 a.m in the Biology Lecture Hall
(Rm. 103) and at 9 p.m. at the Newman
Center at 953 E. Tenth St. For more informa
tion, call Fr Terry at the Newman Center
(7524216).
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With Advent Of Sprim
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Bicycle Larcenies Increase
Two persons were arrested in
separate incidents for attempting
to steal bicycles over a relatively
quiet Spring Break, according to
the ECU Department of Public
Safety's crime log.
William Earl Braswell of
Greenville was arrested at the
Belk dorm bike shed and charged
with two counts of attempted
larceny after he was observed by
officers cutting locks on two
bicycles on March 8.
Stephen Walker Modlin of
Williamston was arrested in an
unrelated incident near Clement
dorm on March 8. Modlin was
charged with larceny of a bicycle.
Joseph Calder, director of
public safety, said he wants to re-
mind students that bicycle
larcenies normally increase with
the arrival of warm weather.
Students should be particularly
careful to assure their bicycles are
secured and registered.
Calder said warm weather will
also cause increased bicycle traf-
fic on campus and the Depart-
ment of Public Safety will res-
pond with stepped-up enforce-
ment of bicycle regulations on
ECU Students
Will Appeal
Conviction
An ECU football player and a
person participating in the Pirate
winter conditioning program
were convicted of assault in
District Court Monday but have
appealed the case to Superior
Court.
Joe Grinage, 19, of 204-A Belk
dorm and Robert Cedric Green,
21, of 307-D Belk dorm were con-
victed of charges stemming from
an incident in Belk dorm Feb. 1
where a programming assistant
was beaten. The programming
assistant, Michael Pitts, suffered
repeated blows to the torso and
head and surgery was necessary
to reconstruct part of his
cheekbone.
Gene McAbee of the ECU
Department of Public Safety said
the two were sentenced to 10 days
in jail, a fine and restitution for
Pitts' medical bills as well as
40 hours of community service
and a one-year suspended
sentence. He said this will not be
put into effect because of the ap-
peal.
A date has not yet been set for
the superior court appearance.
campus until the end of the
semester. According to Calder,
persons observed riding bicycles
on sidewalks or riding the wrong
way on one-way streets will be
issued campus citations.
The campus crime log for Feb.
27 � March 12 includes the
following incidents:
February 27, 10:25 p.m. � A
female student was observed
breaking into a vending machine
in Clement dorm. The student
was referred to the associate dean
of the judiciary for disciplinary
action. 10:45 p.m. � Two surf-
board racks were reported stolen
from a vehicle parked in the 14th
St. and Berkley freshman lot.
February 28, 10:20 a.m. � A
booksack was reported stolen
from a classroom in the Biology
Building. 2:30p.m. � A break-in
and larceny of stereo equipment
was reported at a room on the se-
cond floor of Belk dorm. 2:55
p.m. � Two wheels and two tires
were stolen from a vehicle parked
in the 14th St. and Berkley
freshman lot. 6p.m. � A bicycle
was reported stolen from the
north side of Aycock dorm.
March 1, 1:28 a.m. � A bat-
tery was reported stolen from a
vehicle at the Brody Medical
Science complex. 9:28 a.m. � A
wallet was reported stolen from
the dance studio in Memorial
Gymnasium. 11:50 a.m. � A
radar detector was reported
stolen from a vehicle parked in
the 14th St. and Berkley
freshman lot.
March 10, 2 p.m. � Donald
Travis Hicks of Fredricksburg,
VA, was issued a citation for
careless and reckless driving and
damage to state property.
March 11, 10 p.m. � Sheila
Thigpen of Washington and
Sheila Norfieet of Chocowinity
were banned from campus after
being involved in a fight in Cot-
ten dorm.
March 12, 12:30 a.m. � Two
female students were referred to
the associate dean of the
judiciary for disciplinary action
after officers observed them
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phone booth south of Fletcher
dorm.
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Doris Rankins. &� Rick Mccormac. �� &�
Daniel Madrer, emm & DeChanile Johnson, r��
March 14, 1985
Opinion
Page 4
Soviets
What New Leader Means
In three years time, the Soviet
Union has gone through three
leaders. Before that, they only had
four in 60 years. It is a time of in-
stability in the country that leads
the communist world. First An-
dropov succeeds Brezhnev and
then Chernenko fills in for An-
dropov, and finally, all the colds
die away and Gorbachev comes to
power. What does all this mean for
the Soviet Union, superpower rela-
tions and the world as a whole?
Well, a lot, frankly.
News stories circulating over the
airwaves and in the paste-up rooms
show the Soviet Union in a transi-
tion phase. The speaker here for
the Great Decision series (a great
idea by the way), Soviet specialist
Dr. Jeffrey Harm of Villanova
University, said this transition in
leadership is leading the largest na-
tion in the world from the pre-
WWII group of leaders to the post-
WWII guys. These new leaders,
now headed by Gorbachev, came
of political age after the dictator-
ship of Lenin in a period of reform
under Khrushchev.
Now, reform in the Soviet sense
is not a more liberal attitude about
the United States. No, communist
ideology will stay supreme, and
don't you forget it. But, the mind
set of Gorbachev will let him do
things that his predecessors didn't
dare do. Things that even if his
forebearers wanted to do them,
they couldn't. They didn't have the
backing; he will. Gorbachev will be
placing men of his ilk in positions
of power on the politburo to
replace the old codgers who will
soon die off.
These new group of leaders will
permeate throughout all levels of
the Soviet Union, and they will
have the mind set to change old
ways of doing things that haven't
worked in the past. Internally,
then, a new leader, the first of the
post-Stalinist era, must change the
way communism is run. Note, this
is not changing communism per se.
As Hahn and other experts say,
the Soviet hierarchy, in which all
decisions are made at the top, must
be slightly altered. Slightly because
the train to communism moves
slowly. Like any bureaucratic
power, the present system is firmly
entrenched and power is greatly
protected.
Also, along with the new leaders
promoting decentralization, the
government will be giving more in-
centives to workers to do a good
job. These may be in the form of a
semi-free type of market being put
into effect or just bonuses of some
sort. The Soviet economy
desperately needs a push, and Gor-
bachev will try to do something of
this sort.
Now, you say, let's hope
economically they fall apart and
communism will be history. Well,
the Soviet Union has plenty of
stamina, and will build up militari-
ly and suffer hardship if necessary
to stay alive. Which brings us to
the second point.
What does the naming of Gor-
bachev as secretary general of the
Communist party mean for
U.SSoviet relations? Well, it
means a chance to exploit the com-
mon interest of peace. Hardliners
may not accept that we should live
with communism. They believe
that the Soviet Union is out to con-
quer the world. But, that is less
true than before. Today, they are
acting out of defense, just like us.
And they do not want nuclear war.
We don't want nuclear war. Thus,
an arms agreement would be in
both our interests, and, as long as
we stay at parity, the world will be
safe. Which brings us to the last
point.
The world. How will it be af-
fected by Gorbachev?
Simply put, the less chaos in the
Kremlin, the better. The world
profits from two superpowers that
are on friendly terms. And that
profit, ultimately, is realized as the
continued existence of the world.
Several small but worthwhile
points need to be noted by the East
Carolinian.
First, the Great Decision series
mentioned in the above editorial is
a super idea. The first speaker, Dr.
Jeffrey Hahn, was a prize to have
here at ECU. He even got here at
the right time, no doubt thanks to
the Political Science Club and the
Political Science department. Keep
it up
Next, don't forget the Kinks.
The concert should be smashing,
and the committee bringing the
band here should be given a round
of applause. Bravo
Last, remember to come to the
SGAEast Carolinian executive
candidate forum on Tuesday,
March 19 at 12:30. Free
refreshments will be served.
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Supply-Side Econ In Shambles
Ronald Reagan rode into
Washington on a fine, white stallion in
1980, preaching the gospel of supply-
side economics and balanced budgets.
According to Reagan, a capital shor-
tage (in the interest of simplicity: a
shortage of the availability of money)
had undermined the financial capability
of American business to invest in
enhancing poductivity in the economy.
From The Left
Jay Stone
This capital shortage, Reagan said,
was the result of excessive government
borrowing which competed for limited
capital with business and drove up in-
terest rates. As a consequence, he said a
balanced budget amendment was need-
ed to reduce the deficit and tax cuts,
primarily intended to benefit business
and the wealthy so they would then in-
vest in the economy and stimulate
growth.
Today supply-side economics is in
ideological shambles. Corporations
have not invested additional capital
from tax cuts back in the economy but
instead have invested it in corporate
mergers, stock buy backs, overseas
aquisitions and in other, non-
productive areas which do not
strengthen the American economy.
Even Martin Feldstein, Reagan's ex-
chairman of the Council of Economic
Advisers, found himself at odds with
the president over supply-side economic
logic.
Though Reagan originally claimed
that supply-side measures would
generate more revenue than the cost of
the initial tax cuts, he has gone on to
repeatedly amass budget deficits three
times those incurred by the Carter ad-
ministration. Hence, in the 1984
presidential debates, Reagan could be
heard to remark that there is "no pro-
ven connection between interest rates
and federal deficits
In his confession, Reagan tacitly
destroyed the logic for supply-side
economics. (If high interest rates do not
result from the federal deficit and
government borrowing, then the capital
shortage hypothesis does not hold
water.) It hardly came as a surprise,
however, when Reagan resumed his
pseudo-crusade against the federal
deficit after the election even while ask-
ing for massive new increases in defense
spending. What Reagan was asking for
was a new round of assaults against
already badly battered programs which
go to aid the poor.
(I do not have the space here to ex-
pose the myths regarding welfare pro-
grams that have been perpetrated by
conservatives. Suffice it to say that the
claim that extravagant and wasteful
amounts of aid to the poor are responsi-
ble for the government deficit are cer-
tainly wrong since only 15 percent of
social welfare spending went for what
the government calls "public aid" by
the end of the 1970s.
Most sociaJ welfare spending is not
even targeted at the poor. In fact, 45
percent of social welfare spending in
1980 went into what are called social in-
surance programs such as Social Securi-
ty, unemployment insurance, retire-
ment systems for public employees and
railroad workers and worker's compen-
sation for people injured on the job.
These programs share two
characteristics. First, they are paid for
(at least in substantial part) out of
special "trust funds" to which the reci-
pients have contributed in one way or
another. Second, they are for everyone,
not just the poor. Government spen-
ding for schools, which accounted for
another 25 percent of social welfare
spending, is also not targeted primarily
at the poor.
Seen in this context, Reagan's mean-
spirited attack on programs which aid
the poor while simultaneoulsy ad-
vocating budget increases for the Pen-
tagon and tax cuts which benefit the
rich belies his image as a nice guy. He is
the apostle of an ugly social Darwinism
which seeks to ensure that corporations
will continue to enjoy high profits at the
expense of the poor and the middle
class. For Reagan's real ideological
agenda aims at using the budget deficit
as an excuse to eliminate programs
which aid poor and unemployed
workers, thus making them more eager
to accept low wage-jobs. Such an
economic climate, given the high
unemployment rates which we have,
weakens union strength and worker
bargaining power because there is,
theoretically, a sizable body of
unemployed and destitute workers
ready to fill any vacancies that come
open.
Such is the outcome of a conservative
ideology which blames excessive wage
demands by workers and labor unions
and overlv generous government aid I
the poor tor economic decline
logical conclusion of this lii
thought is that the standard o h.
the average American must dt
Workers must make sacrifices
businesses can make more pi
grow. The benefits or this growth
supposed to trickle back down n
long run; as we have seen, ho
these results do not follow fr,
supply-side strategv
A capital shortage is not the
for the decline in business
and the productivity slowdou-
American economv nor is it ; � that
it is directly responsible for hig
rates. For one thing, a.
Samuel Bowles, David G uid
Thomas Weisskopt in
Beyond the Wasteland. uh;i
tivity growth began to fal fi 6
1973, the rate of capital invesi d
growth in capital sto.A increased.
Only by 193 die
begin to decline; const . vt the lall
in investment was moi li i .
than a cause of the del
economy after 16 W re even
after 1973, the latter pan oi the '70s as
characterized by relatively low leve
utilization of available laboi and fac-
tories. It would not have lined
available resources at all U pi iuce
more goods.
This does not mean, however
the current federal deficits arc not prN-
blematic
First, there is the problem of the in-
vestments which these deficits
sent. The supply-side tax cuts have been
shown to be an extravagant waste. In
the same way defense spending has been
shown in numerous studies to be to
for the economv because it generates
very few jobs, creates mostlv rton-
consumerable goods and fails to meet
human needs. As a result, it is highh in-
fiationary and brings in few revenues
through taxes to replace outlays.
Lastly, there is the problem of the
foreign trade deficit � a result ol the
over-valued dollar which overprices
American goods in the world market
The over-valued dollar in turn is a resull
of the deficit because of the high in-
terest rates being paid bv IS. banks
that causes foreign investors to buv up
dollars in order to deposit them in I s
banks and profit from high interc
rates. The trade deficit is substantial
undermining the American economv
Don't Be Fooled By Gorbachev's Smile, Style, Wife
A couple months ago, on a road trip
to our nation's capital, a few of us Col-
lege Republicans began discussing the
coming change in Soviet leadership.
ne girl, who I thought was hard-core,
remarked that "As soon as those old
men die off, the new leadership will be
more moderate
The Right Word
Dennis Kilcoyne
That is a common misconception
which cuts across ideological lines.
Liberal news reporters are swooning
with delight over the naming of Mikhail
Gorbachev as the new general secretary
of the Communist Party USSR (on
Monday night, an NBC reporter
predicted that, because of Gorbachev,
the world would be a "safer" place).
And British Prime Minister Margaret
Thatcher, whose nickname "Iron
Lady" was bestowed by the Soviet
press, said, "I like Mr. Gorbachev. I
can do business with him The percep-
tion of Gorbachev as a moderate will
soon be tested severely and past the
breaking point.
A little background is in order.
Remember ol' Yuri Andropov, the re-
cent dictator who had a cold for six
months until he died? in 1982, he
replaced Leonid Brezhnev, who had
ruled for 18 years. The West heaved a
collective sigh of relief when Andropov
rose to power and, as expected, the
Western media translated its hopes into
predictions; reporters picked up on
rumors that Andropov was a "closet
liberal" who preferred American jazz
over Russian folk tunes, bourbon over
vodka, and Jacqueline Suzanne novels
over the Communist Manifesto. It was
also said that he spoke fluent English.
While all these rumors were eventually
proven false, one tiny bit of informa-
tion somehow got lost in the shuffle:
This so-called liberal was for 14 years
the boss man of the KGB, the most
ruthless, feared and prolific intelligence
and secret police organization in the
world. Torture and death are its
business. As Soviet ambassador to
Hungary, he had played a dominant
role in the bloody supression of the
1956 uprising. And without a doubt, he
was one of the key figures in the deci-
sion and planning of the attempt to
assassinate Pope John Paul II.
Fortunately, before he could do
much harm. Andropov died and
descended to the place where all good
communists go. His successor,
Konstantin Chernenko, was already
half-dead when he took the reins; in
public appearances, he seemed to have
been cared for not by doctors, but tax-
idermists.
Enter Mickey Gorbachev. I shook my
head in disbelief as I watched the TV
reports on Monday night. Journalists
and politicians were virtually squealing
with delight. But nothing substantive
about Gorbachev was said. Reports
concentrated on trivia: 1) Gorbachev is
charming, 2) he smiles a lot, 3) he
doesn't drink much, 4) he has a
beautiful wife and 5) he has a cute birth
mark on his head.
Unfortunately, virtually all discus-
sion about what kind of man Gor-
bachev is has centered on trivia and
rumor, just as with Andropov. Readers
should keep some things in mind, lest
they too become infected with Gor-
bachevian fever:
1) He is a believing communist, an
elite product of a system which has
unleashed matchless suffering and
death on the earth.
2) There are no such things as
"hawks and doves" in the Kremlin To
reach the top of the Soviet Communist
hierarchy, he had to prove himself
ruthless, cunning, and above all, mer-
ciless. Had he not done so, he would
still be a peasant farm laborer.
Fact is, the West was much safer
when the old codgers were at the top.
Andropov and Chernenko expended
what little energy they had in trying to
keep the other foot out of the grave.
The last thing they had time or energy
for were new, bold moves against the
West. And the Soviet empire, though
still fraught with danger for the West,
seemed to be slipping irreversibly into a
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coma.
Gorbachev might make progress in
reversing the illness and putting the
Soviet empire on a new life-support
system. Obviously, he is extremeh
capable and intelligent, otherwise he
would not have clawed his wav to the
top at such a tender age. Unlike his
predecessors, he has plenty of time to ;
consolidate power and, if his health re-
mains good, we may have to face him
for 25 years. He will have the time to '�
make his clever, bold moves in that
chess game known as the international
class struggle" between the United
Mates and the Soviet Union. He will use
his charm and attractiveness to woo
American allies, who will forget that
Josef Stalin, executioner of some 34
million Soviet citizens, also had a jollv
SI ,As. onc Rcan administration
official said of Gorbachev, "We've got
our hands full with him
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John Cusak and Daphne Zuniga star in "The Sure Thing
College Comedy A Hit
b lisa McDonald
Staff Write!
The humor and romance
of Rob Reiner's newest
comedy. The Sure Thing,
came to ECU as a sneak
preview on February 28 in
Hendrix Theatre.
The story centered on two
first year college students
whose relationship went from
animosity to love while travel-
ing cross-country together.
The two were going west for
different reasons: the boy to
have a date with what his
friend has said will be "a sure
thing the girl to see her
super-straight boyfriend.
The capacity audience howl-
ed at the antics of "Gib" G;K-
son, played by John Cusack.
His character was one the au-
dience could identify with � a
college freshman more in-
terested in girls and fun than
studies. Cusack seemed to play
the character with ease. He
conveyed Gib's easy going at-
titude toward life with total
believability. The character's
humor seemed to come from
within Cusack, as if he was
playing himself, and not a
character on the screen.
Daphne Zuniga, as Alison
Bradbury, played a perfect
straighman for Cusack. Her
dry wit complemented his
outlandish characterization.
The fact that her character was
appalled by his habits, such as
eating fried pork rinds and
beer for breakfast, intensified
their humor. Zuniga conveyed
well Alison's gradual accep-
tance of Gib's ways, and
therefore helped emphasize
the growing love between the
couple.
While the film centered on
the relationship of the couple,
it was also an accurate
showcase of college life in
general. A scene in which Gib
visits Alison on a Friday night
depicted a typical girls' dorm
when its occupants are prepar-
ing for a night out on the
town. Girls on the phone, in
their robes, and drying their
hair were a common sight.
Also, the fraternity party
where Gib meets his "sure
thing" looked like the alcohol
consuming, rousing good time
that is so typical of a fraternity
party.
This film's only real
downfall was its ending. After
a great amount of build-up,
the conflict was resolved too
quickly. Before we knew it,
Gib and Alison were back at
school, and beginning a new
semester. We were left
wondering how they made it
back to school, and the con-
flict between the couple is
resolved the minute Alison
discovers Gib did not sleep
with his "sure thing We see
the couple kiss and then the
movie ends. A few more
minutes with the newly formed
romance would have been en-
joyable.
Aside from the small pro-
blem with the ending, this
movie was a real winner. It
was light-hearted, funny and
romantic, leaving the audience
with a good feeling.
Ladyhawke
Vowing to find and destroy the enemy who has cast the evil spell upon
their lives, the knight Etienne of Navarre (Rntger Haaer) and his en-
chanted hawk welcome the wily help of boy-theif Phillipe Gaston
(Matthew Broderkk), in "Ladyhawke The legendary adventure is a
Warner Bros, release.
Kinks Bring Classic Rock To Coliseum
The British Are Coming!
By ERIC SANDBERG
M�ff Wnirr
The other day some silly per-
son asked me if the Kinks
were a new group. My eyeballs
rolled around behind my funky
Trevor Horn sunglasses. "Yeah,
they're pretty new I replied.
"They only have about a hun-
dred zillion albums out As a
"Dedicated Follower of
Fashion 1 was horrified this
past week to find quite a few peo-
ple that didn't know what the big
deal was about the Kinks coming
to ECU. Unable to bring myself
to speak to these people, I would
sing instead.
"Lo Lo Lo Lo Lola
"You mean that was them? I
thought that was Jose
Feliciano Oy vey!
"Babe, you really got me
goin
"That was Van Halen
I don't know what they're
teaching in schools today but it
looks like its up to me to edify the
heavy metal mudpies in town
who learn all they know from
MTV.
The Kinks are the second
oldest British invasion band still
existing today. Only the Rolling
Stones have been around longer.
The Kinks introduced power
chord rock to the masses all the
way back in 1964, with songs like
"You Really Got Me "All Dav
and And All of the Night
"Where have All the Good Times
Gone?" and "Tired of Waiting
for You The Kinks weren't like
other groups in Britain at the
time. Instead of playing in dingy
nightclubs they were always play-
ing at high society balls. Despite
the raunchiness of their sound,
they always wore ruffles and
other strange acoutrements.
They're initial success was short-
lived, however. Though the
Kinks stopped charting the way
they did when they first hit the
scene, it wasn't because they were
just a flash in the pan. It was
because Raymond Douglas
Davies, the man who essentially
is the Kinks, decided that he
wasn't going to play the "Oh
you're nobody unless you have
something on the charts" game.
Davies is a visionary artist who is
not content just to make music to
knock your knees 'gether by. He
kept writing roci oil to be sure
but he did it with a biting edge
that sharply ridiculed British
post-war society. Some of his
best songs like "Waterloo
Sunset "A Well Respected
Man" and "Dedicated Follower
of Fashion are virtually
unknown here in the States.
The Kinks languished in cult
status until 1969 when they did a
brilliant soundtrack for a movie
called Arthur 0 r The Decline and
Fall of the British Empire). The
album got more attention than
the movie and the Kinks were,
once again, "all the rage Ray
Davies, along with his brother,
Dave, on lead guitar, drummer
Mick Avory, and an ever-
changing cast of musicians, went
on to produce some of his best
music ever. Davies penned a
series of concept albums during
the early and mid 1970 s. Lola
Versus Powerman and the
Moneyground yielded one of the
greatest pop songs of all time.
"Lola" was about a shy guy who
meets a big girl with a deep voice.
The brilliance of the song (aside
from the killer melody) comes
from the fact that we are never
really sure whether Lola is a girl
or a transvestite. "I'm glad I'm a
man and so is Lola Even a
teenager can pick up on the clever
ambiguity of that line. Other
albums followed; Preservation
Acts I, II and III, A Soap Opera,
Schoolboys in Disgrace, all
brilliant albums but not terribly
successful commercially. Davie's
is one of the few artists in the
business who is crazy enough to
follow his artistic instincts, rather
than go for the massive profits all
the time.
By the late seventies he began
to work the group into more of a
"Play our songs on the radio
please" type of format. There
were some lean years until. !n
199. they released an album wsth
the ironic title of Low Budget
The album's title track, as well as
the single "(I Wish I Could r
Like) Superman were big hits
for the band. They followed Lo
Budget up with a hot double-h
set. from which the live cr
of "Lola" put them back the
very top of the charts.
Ray Davies has been called a
genius and a madman in the .arc
breath. There is no doubt tha'
is a bit twisted. Once Davies tried
to stab his brother for stealing a
french frie from him. Crarv r
not, the last few Kinks albumv,
including their latest. Hard of
Mouth, show that they are one
the best rock'n'roll bands in the
world. And they can still write
meaningful songs. Check
Dave's iving on a Thin 1 ine
I'll be in Minges Saturday
night along with all the other
folks who know their rock V -
history, and I wish I could pop
over to Europe where thev'U be
touring next month. So if you're
one of those people who thought
"Where have all the Good Times
Gone?" was a Van Halen song,
see the Kinks. It's better than do
ing your homework
Bud Joins A ttic In 'Rebel' Yell
By TONY BROWN
Staff Writer
An important benefit concert
on behalf of ECU's Rebel
magazine will be held at the Attic
Wednesday, March 20. Co-
sponsored by the Attic and
Budweiser of Greenville, it will
raise funds for the annual art and
writing competition.
The Attic will donate the pro-
fits from the bar and admission
receipts to the Rebel and
Budweiser will match that
amount. Two area bands, The
Untouchables and Gray Wing,
will also donate their services.
The Attic has held this event
since 1975 and it has become an
integral part of the support the
award-winning magazine
receives. The affair is designed to
give well-deserved recognition in
addition to raising money.
"We wanted to contribute
something to support the Rebel
because it's such an outstanding
publication said Tom Haines
of the Attic, who majored in art
at ECU. "There are so many peo-
ple that aren't aware of how good
the Rebel is. It wins awards year
after year because of its quality
Those awards have recently in-
cluded a gold medal from the
Columbia Scholastic Press
Association and All-America
status by the Associated College
Press.
Budweiser began its associa-
tion about five years ago and has
greatly increased the importance
of the affair with its matching
funds. At least $1,000 a year has
gone to the Rebel since they join-
ed as co-sponsors. Though the
beer company is generally
thought to be obsessed with spor-
ting events, such is not the case
according to local Anheuser-
Busch manager Rodger Via.
"We recognize the importance
of literary efforts as well as
athletic and the Rebel benefit is
our way of showing it said Via.
"Georgie Elliott, our campus
rep, has been instrumental in
organizing our effort this year.
We have a copy of every Rebel
since it began and the improve-
ment over the years has been
tremendous
The Rebel is also receiving a
great deal of support from other
artists such as The Untouchables,
which is composed of ECU music
majors. They play nostalgic rock
such as Steppenwolf and the
Beatles and feature an eight-piece
brass section. This will be their
"We recognize the
importance of
literary efforts as
well as athletic and
the Rebel benefit is
our way of showing
it
second straight Rebel benefit.
Gray Wing, a Greenville band
will open the concert.
"We felt we should show our
support for fellow artists said
Kerr Strang of The Un-
touchables. "It's important that
various art forms work together
to strengthen each other
The money raised by the con-
cert is the only outside source of
funding for the Rebel, according
to editor Ellen Moore. 'Ke use
the money to supply the cas)
awards in our annual literary and
art contest she stated.
"We've worked all year to put
the magazine together Vfoore
added, "so we reallv appreciate
the support the Attic. Budweiser,
The Untouchable and Cira
Wing have given us
Tim Thornberg is the associate
editor this year, while Bill Keck,
Kit Kimberly and Jamie Bigger
have rounded out the Rebel staff
According to Moore, the 1985
Rebel will be available March 24
at Mendenhall, the art building
and other locations.
The doors will open for the
benefit at 8:30 p.m. Wednesda
and Gray Wing will begin playing
about 9:15. There will be a happ
hour at 8:30 also. Admission will
be $1.00 for students and $1.50
general admission, plus any
donations supporters of the
Rebel wish to contribute.
Page On
Firm Base
With New
Band
Albums available for review
curtesy of Apple Records.
JOM JOHOAN � �CU
The Finn
The untimely loss of
drummer John Bonham
led to the ultimate demise of
the monumental rock group
Led Zeppelin. In the three
years that followed, lead
guitarist Jimmy Page
wandered aimlessly in music
limbo.
Now Page, one of the most
influential guitarists in music
history, has returned to the
feedback and the frenzy of
rock V mil T.m
former Bad Company lead
vocalist Paul Rodgers, Man-
fred Mann drummer Chris
Slade, and bassist Tony
Franklin, Page has formed
The Firm, a new band he
hopes will carve a niche for
itself in the music world.
In their debut album The
Firm, Page and company prove
that they can make records
like they use to. The Firm
bares a flavor of nostalgia
brought on by the mix of
Page's Zeppelinesque guitar
sound and Rodgers rockblues
vocal style. Firm is not a
rehash of Zeppelin or Bad
Company as some might
think, but the album does
show signs of containing the
same sound that made Zep
and Bad Co. successful.
One of the best and most
popular songs on the album is
"Radioactive a polished
tune that exemplifies the
band's explosive potential. On
"Radioactive" The Firm plays
as a cohesive unit rather than
four musicians from varied
backgrounds. The synergy is
incredible. The song flows
with an energy that forces you
to reach for your air-guitar
and dance your ass off. Page
doesn't overpower the song
with wild guitar solos. Instead,
he utilizes short riffs that are
simple yet electrifying.
"Someone to Love" is
another song that demands to
be heard. Written by both
Rodgers and Page, this song
features a funky baseline by
Tony Franklin that provides a
strong dance tempo. On "So-
toJUvVaeand
Rodgers strut their stuff. Page
tops the song's bass founda-
tion with ripping solos that
would brighten any rock fan's
day. Rodgers, likewise, takes
the opportunity here to show
just why his voice is probably
the most immitated in rock'n'
roll.
When the ringing finally
fades from your ears, you'll
undoubtedly be impressed by
this debut album. Yes, The
Firm is impressive, but far
from flawless. Though the
band boasts two of the biggest
names in rock, many of their
songs lack the polish of an
established group, and the
album is force Va stand on two
or three songs alone. This, of
course, will improve with
time.
Overall, The Firm is sort of
like downing a shot of
whiskey. It's a bit rough, but
definately worth it.
� By Daniel Maurer
John Cougar Mellencamp will star in a Warner Bros, film call-
ed Riding the Cage. To be directed by Jonathan (Heart Like a
Wheel) Kaplan, the original treatment of this story of two young
Hoosier undeserables was written by Mellencamp and is currently
being reworked by Larry McMurtry, who wrote the screnplay for
Terms of Endearment. The film, scheduled for shooting this spr-
ing, will contain only one Cougar song.
Journey band members chose to take a hiatus at the height of
their popularity, during which time lead vocalist Steve Perry
recorded his highly successful solo album Street Talk. Journey has
recently made their long awaited return, and are headed for the
studio to begin work on their next album.
Joining the ranks of Britian's Band Aid and America's USA for
Africa is Northern Lights for Africa Society. Quincy Jones called
Canadian producer David Foster and asked for a song his charitv
album. Foster cowrote "Tears Are Not Enough" with Bryan
Adams and collaborator Jim Vallance. He then assembled
Canada s top musicians, singers and actors to perform it
M�t bassist and lead vocalist for the Police, has put the band on
hold while he pursues a solo career. After testing the Hollywood
waters m films such as Dune and The Bride, Sting has returned to
the music world, this time on his own. He has put together a jrrouD
pT jazz musicians and will have an album ready for release by Jumf
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are being sued by blues art Willie Mao. for copyrJS SfriSe
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put them back to the
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madman in the same
no doubt that he
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other for stealing a
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latest. Word of
hat they are one of
k nroll bands in the
the can still write
songs Check out
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Minges Saturday
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w iheir rock 'n' roll
1 could pop
pe where they'll be
ex: month. So if you're
pie who thought
iae aJ! the Good Times
a Van Halen song,
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itside source of
Rebel, according
Ellen Moore. "We use
supply the cash
annual literary and
he stated.
orked all year to put
ga.ne together Moore
e really appreciate
the Attic, Budweiser,
hables and Gray
given us.
hornberg is the associate
lis year, while Bill Keck,
nberly and Jamie Biggers
junded out the Rebel staff.
ing to Moore, the 1985
riU be available March 24
idenhall, the art building
ler locations.
doors will open for the
at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday
ray Wing will begin playing
: 15. There will be a happy
It 8:30 also. Admission will
00 for students and $1.50
admission, plus any
ions supporters of the
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lack the polish of an
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is force to stand on two
songs alone. This, of
will improve with
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testing the Hollywood
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MARCH 14, 1985 Page 8
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Mike Christopher, a sophomore from Dinwiddie, Va went five innings before allowing a run in the Pirate
win over Fairfield, Tuesday. The win moved the Pirates' record to 7-2.
Softball Team Opens Season
By SCOTT COOPER
Co-SporU Editor
During spring break, the Pirate
softball team was busy beginning
their season. The girls have now
played eight games and are cur-
rently 4-3-1.
In the season opener, ECU
travelled to Richmond, Va for a
doubleheader with the Lady
Rams of Virginia Comonwealth
University. In the first game, the
Lady Pirates couldn't seem to do
it offensively, losing to VCU 1-0.
Last year's pitching ace, Stacey
Boyette, received the loss for
ECU. In the game Pam Young
went one for one and Carla
Alphin was two for four with a
double.
In the nightcap (as it should be
properly called), the Pirates and
the Lady Rams played to a 2-2
tie. The game had to be called
due to darkness. Linda Barrett
went one for two with an RBI,
Wendy Ozment was two for five
and scored a run.
On Thursday March 7, the
Lady Pirates returned home to
battle Methodist College in
another doubleheader. ECU was
obviously ready to play at home
as they swept both games, 5-0
and 16-2. Stacey Boyette record-
ed her first win and Alphin had
the game-winning RBI for ECU.
In the second game, Young
and Robin Graves combined for
a no-hitter, with Young getting
the victory. Young was also im-
pressive with the bat, as she went
four for four with two RBI's and
the game-winning hit. Jeannie
Murray went two for four with a
triple and one RBI.
ECU was at home on Saturday
March 9 and split a doubleheader
with Wayne State University.
Three Pirates each had one hit in
their 3-2 loss. Boyette (1-2) pick-
ed up the loss for the Bucs.
The Lady Pirates took care of
business in the second game to
win handily 7-0. Young picked up
the victory, making her 2-0 on the
year. Young also went one for
two with a pair of walks and two
RBI's. Ozment and Sandy Martin
both went one for three in the
game.
And on Sunday, ECU split
games in their doubleheader ac-
tion with Francis Marion. The
Lady Pirates won the first game
1-0 in the top of the tenth inning.
Lisa Zmuda, who had the game-
winning RBI, went two for four
in the game. Robin Graves pitch-
ed very well for ECU in picking
up the win.
In the second game, Graves
wasn't as fortunate as she took
the loss in ECJ's 3-1 defeat.
However, Lisa Zmuda went one
for three with a solo-home run.
Young was one for three and
Suzie Pierce went one for one.
After four doubleheaders, the
Lady Pirates stand at 4-3-1 and
will be at home this afternoon at
3:00 to battle George Mason
University.
Swimmers Set Marks At Easterns
The men's swim team
displayed some of their excellent
talent at the Eastern Champion-
ships last week.
Five of the Pirate swimmers
broke ECU varsity and freshman
records or finished with a first
place.
Junior freestylist Chris Pittelli
reached the finals in all three of
his events. The 6-0, 155-pound
Cranbury, N.J native was a
finalist in 100 and 200-yard
freestyle and the 200-individual
medley.
Freshman swimmer Bruce
Brockschmidt was also successful
as he not only set a freshman
record, but a varsity record as
well. In the 200-individual
medley, Brockschmidt's time of
1:52.79 also gave him the first-
place finish.
Two other freshman records
were recorded. Pat Brennan's
time of 4:09.01 gives him the
freshman record for the
400-individual medley. Lee Hicks
made his mark in the 100 and
200-yard breaststroke. In the 100,
Hicks' time was 59.10. In the
200, he recorded a time of
2:07.79, both being new
freshman records.
Junior Keith Kaut recorded a
first-place finish in the 50-yard
freestyle event. However, he
broke the school's record when
swimming the lead-off leg of the
4 X 100-yard relay. His time was
an exceptional 20.97.
Head coach Rick Kobe was
pleased with the Pirate's efforts
and says it was "one of the
greatest performances ever for
East Carolina at the Easterns
ECU Wins A Pair
By TONY BROWN
Staff Wrllrr
The ECU baseball Pirates re-
bounded from a 12-2 series open-
ing loss to Fairfield University's
Stags to soundly defeat the Stags
10-2 on Monday and 14-6 Tues-
day.
A parade of homers broke the
Pirates out of a two-game slump
on Monday as ECU broke loose
for five roundtrippers. Fairfield
picked up a run in the top of the
first on three consecutive singles
off Winfred Johnson, but only
picked up four more hits for the
game, all singles.
The Stags lead was short-lived
as Greg Hardison homered to left
with Mark Shank on board in the
bottom of the frame, then Chris
Bradberry boomed the first of his
pair of roundtrippers to make it
3-1.
ECU added a run in the second
on a single by Shank which
followed a single by catcher Jim
Riley and a sacrifice which mov-
ed the runner to second.
A Riley homer to left in the
fourth was followed in the sixth
by the last Fairfield tally on an er-
ror and a single. In the bottom of
the inning, ECU scored on a
uouble-play to make it 6-2.
Winfred Johnson added a
monster homer over centerfield
in the seventh as his mother and
grandmother watched. The lead
went to 9-2 as Mark Cockrell
walked, moved to third on a Jay
McGraw double, then scored on
a flyball by Riley. Robert
Langston's single scored
McGraw, who was playing with
three stitches from a previous
game collision with the rightfield
fence.
Bradberry's second homer
closed the scoring at 10-2 in the
eighth. Johnson's pitching record
went to 3-0 for the season.
The Pirates again mastered the
Fairfield pitching on Tuesday in a
14-6 win that was more im-
pressive than the score indicates.
ECU broke on top in the first
with three runs, then doubled
that amount in the second
Pirate pitcher Mike
Christopher held the Stag
scoreless until giving up a three
run homer to Tom Reardon
the sixth. ECU added one in the
third and two in the fourth for a
9-0 lead when Reardon's homer
narrowed the margin to 9-3.
The Pirates were unimpressed,
as five more ECU runners era
ed the plate in the eighth. Two-
run doubles by Robert Langstor.
and Greg Hardison highlightec
the inning.
Several errors in the top of the
ninth led to three more Fairfield
runs against reliever Craig
Deventer, but a fly to cer
finally ended the game with a
14-6 Pirate win, which raises the
ECU season mark to 7-2.
A marathon session of baseball
continues at Harrington Field for
ECU. They face Eastern Ken
tucky at 3 p.m. today, Connec-
ticut at three tomorrow, then a
double header against Conne.
ticut on Saturday beginning
one. Maryland then visits tl
Pirates on Monday at 3 p.m
Student Athletic Board Busy
By RICK McCORMAC
( o-Sporti Mitor
The Student Athletic Board of-
fers an excellent opportunity for
those who like ECU athletics,
and would like to get involved
supporting and promoting the
Pirate sports teams.
Founded in 1981, the Student
Athletic Board or SAB, was
formed to support and promote
Pirate Athletics.
Although the name is Student
Athletic Board, students do not
have to be athletes to be a
member.
"Everybody acquaints the
name with athletes ECU assis-
tant athletic director Pam Holt
said. "The Student Athletic
Board is not just for athletes but
for all students who wish to
become involved
In addition to supporting all
intercollegiate sports at ECU, the
SAB works with the Pitt-
Greenville special Olympics and
senior games. They also have
special promotion days for each
sport. The SAB also sponsors the
Budweiser pep rally, parents day
for athlete's parents, meet the
coaches day and kiddie games at
the Purple-Gold spring football
game.
At the begining of the school
year, the board put up banners at
all entrances to the campus,
something that Holt feels is ver
important.
"It's a pain to put up all those
banners Holt said. "But it's
important because it instills a
sense of pride in the athletic pro-
gram right from the moment you
enter the campus
j 0 A ffcfcurejKoal of the SAB is the
iformatiorbot a lettermen's club at
ECU. It would include present
and past athletes and would give
former athletes a chance to stay
active and support the program.
The idea for the SAB
originated at the Universitv of In-
diana. The Indiana SAB - �
about 350 members and thev h
die the running of all athk
events on campus.
ECU's Student Athletic Board
with only 25 members, is for
to rely on quality not quanitv
"1 want it to be a qua
organization Holt said,
want people who are willing
work. You have to enjov
the fall, we had people come
three hours before the home fo
bail games blowing up ballr
just to watch them sail awa "
Anyone who is m;ere:ed in
any type of sports shouid attend;
one of the Student Arhfen'c
Boards meetings Thev mee!
every Monday in the no
purpose room of Mendenh
Student Center from 4-5 r
Anyone who would like more
formation should contact P
Holt at 757-6417.
McNeil Leads Track Team
By BILL MITCHELL
Staff Writer
The ECU Track team was very
busy over spring break, par-
ticipating in the IC4A Indoor
Championships on March 2-3
and the NCAA Indoor Cham-
pionships this past weekend.
The Pirates placed sixth out of
84 teams in the IC4A's, which is
the highest they have ever placed.
Coach Carson was very pleased
with the team's finish, and said
that this showed that ECU has
established itself as a contender
in east-coast track.
In the NCAA Indoor Track
Championships, Lee Vernon
McNeil, a freshman from St.
Paul's NC, placed eighth in the
55-meter dash with a time of
6.29. Teammate Chris Brooks
also did well, but his time in the
quarter of 48.49 was just short of
the finals. Julian Anderson was
also on the trip but had a root
canal and was admitted to a
hospital.
Coach Carson stated that he
was satisfied with the team and
their entire indoor season.
"The indoor meets prepared
the team for the outdoor
season Carson said. "We were
able to show a few people how
dedicated we are. I am very pleas-
ed
The Pirates leave tonight to go
to the Domino's Pizza Relays in
Tallahassee, Fla. There will be 83
universities and quite a few in-
dividual athletes participating.
Coach Carson expects to place in
the top five in both relay events
and he expects Craig White to
Finish in the top five of the
sprinters.
Chris Brooks, Julian Anderson
and Phil Estes are ail entered in
the quarter mile. Jon Lee is in the
200 meters and Lee McNeil
Nathan McCorkle, and Erskine
Evans are entered in the
100-meter dash.
Carson states that the team i
looking for a good outdoor
season. In the 4 x 100-relay event,
one of ECU's mainstays, the
Pirates will miss Henry William
greatly. He would have been run
ning this event if he had not mov-
ed on to the USFL. However,
Julian Anderson will be more
then capable of taking his place.
Running with Anderson will be
Erskine Evans, Nathan Mc
Corkle, and Lee McNeil.
ECU fans can expect a lot from
the Pirate Track team this spring
as they try to improve on their
best finish ever in the indoor
IC4A's.
IRS Sport Clubs Compete Over Spring Break
By JEANNETTE ROTH
stiff Writer
Intramural sport clubs it
seems, have traveled from ECU
to Timbuktu in the past weeks,
so, here are the latest updates.
ECU frisbee club spun their
discs in the Frostbreaker-III tour-
nament March 1-2. Playing top
teams such as USC, Penn-
sylvania, Sarasota, Georgia
Tech, Sunflite and Gainsville, the
club really flew into action.
The Trates' defeated USC,
Sarasota and Georgia Tech to
carry them into the Finals against
Sunflite. In the end, ECU earned
11 points but fell short of the
Sunflite team by two points.
In other frisbee action, ECU
participated in the Miami
Ultimate Invitational, but were
out- powered by the out-of-state
rivals. Notching a win against the
Miami Spoilers, the team drop-
ped three in a row against the
N.Y. Crimes of Passion, Miami
Refugees and N.C. Mr. Pouce.
Regardless of the outcome, the
squad gained invaluable ex-
perience in competing against
other well-rounded teams.
Before spring break, ECU
rugby met the men from the
Rochester Institute of
Technology on the Allied Health
fields. In a close match, ECU
came up a little short in the end
and dropped the game 12-14.
This Saturday, the ruggers will
take on the Dan River Rugby
Club at 2 p.m. Get out to the
Allied Health Fields and watch
the ECU ruggers scrum around.
Next on this weekends agenda,
is the ECU women's indoor soc-
cer tournament. The tournament
will be played in Memorial Gym
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
with the winning squad receiving
a pizza and beverage party, com-
pliments of the ECU women's
soccer club.
The dynasty continues from
team bowling into co-rec bowling
as Powerhouse rolled to the all-
campus championship. Under the
strong striking powers of
Kimberly Kincheloe and Darryl
Howery, the High Rollers forced
Powerhouse into a tough battle
for the title falling short by only
seven pins.
Tamara Franks and Kevin
Robinson were unstoppable for
the Powerhouse as they added
379 total points in the First game.
Other members of the champion-
ship squad are, Frank Lee and
captain, Beth Saleeby.
Registration for co-rec
volleyball begins Monday, March
18. If you would like to officiate
this years competition, a clinic
will be held at 6 pm. in Memorial
Gym, March 18. To register,
come by room 105 Memorial
Gym or call 757-6387.
Aerobic Fitness registration has
been extended until March 15.
All interested in participating
should come by room 204
Memorial Gym with I.D. and
registration fee. Participate
rather than spectate with the IRS.
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Pre-Registration
MARCH 12, 19S5
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Comp
Prior to using the on-line
registration system, each student
will develop a schedule contain-
ing no more than 18 hours of
primary courses and no more
than 15 hours of alternate courses
summer session seven hours
primary and seven hours alter-
nate) that meets with his
advisor's approval as indicated
b the advisor's signature on the
registration form. All special per-
missions (e.g extra hours, ma-
s only courses, instructor's
permission, etc) for course
registration must be secured prior
to using the on-line registration.
llocation of Registration Days
�Days 1-2: Graduating
Seniors, Graduate Students and
Petition Students.
�Days 3-4: Seniors and those
eligible prior to this period.
�Days 5-7: Juniors and those
eligible prior to this period.
�Days 8-10: Sophomores and
�e eligible prior to this period.
�Remainder: All students eligi-
ble.
Undergraduate students will be
classified as to class standing as
follows:
0-31 semester hours
creditFreshmen
32-63 semester hours
creditSophomores
64-95 semester hours
creditJuniors
96 or more semester hours
creditSeniors
Change of Major
To smooth the distribution
across terminals, students may
declare a major or change of ma-
jor at any time subject to current
university policy and the policy
of the receiving department.
Hours of Terminal Operation
Each unit with a terminal for
on-line registration will schedule
a minimum of four hours per day
for registration during the entire
registration period. The days and
hours of operation should be
clearly posted. The terminals in
the Registrar's office will be open
7 a.m. to 7 p.m. during the entire
registration period.
Selection of a Terminal
Students have access to all
open terminals but they are
strongly advised to use the
following locations depending on
their classification.
Terminal Utilization
1) The student will present the
registration form signed by the
advisor (along with required
special permissions) to the com-
puter operator. No changes to the
form will be allowed.
2) The operator shall use a
maximum of 15 minutes to com-
plete the regular session registra-
tion process. The operator shall
use an additional 15 minutes
maximum for the summer session
registration process.
3) The operator will enter the
student's primary course request.
If the requested schedule is possi-
ble, no further changes will be
allowed.
4) If step 3 results in a partial
schedule, the operator will allow
the student to choose other sec-
tions of primary course requests
andor alternate course requests.
If a schedule is possible with the
primary courses and alternates
listed on the registration form
and the student chooses not to ac-
cept the schedule, a partial
schedule may not be obtained
and the student will be instructed
to return at a later time.
5) If the 15-minute time con-
straint is encountered or the list
of primary and alternate courses
is exhausted during step 4, the
student will be given a partial
schedule. The student should
then consule with his advisor to
identify additional courses and
complete the registration process
at a later time.
6) If a student does not receive
a course because all sections are
closed and the course is required
for the student (no alternates
allowed), the student may obtain
a partial schedule and seek
special permission to be added to
the course from the department
involved. Registration will be
completed in the department
granting such special permission.
Drop-Add Period
A drop-add period will con-
tinue to be scheduled at the
beginning of each semester.
Students may change their
schedules at that time with their
advisors' approval if the change
is precipitated by failing a course,
not completing a prerequisite or
medical reasons approved by the
Student Health Center. Ail other
students must receive permission
from the Office of the Dean of
the General College to initiate
changing their schedule.
Student Classification
Declared Majors � Undergrad
General College Students
Petition Students
Degree Graduate Students
Non-Degree Graduate Students
Students Receiving V.A. Benefits
Evening College Students
Location
Major Dept.
General College, Registrar
Registrar (Required)
Major Dept.
Registrar
Registrar (Required)
Registrar
FALL SEMESTER 1985
(Actual Class Days: 14 Mondays, 14 Tuesdavs, 15
Wednesdays, 14 Thursdays, 14 Fridays, 14 Saturdays)
July 22, Monday
August 9, Friday
August 21, Wednesday
August 22, Thursday
August 23, Friday
August 26, Monday
August 28, Wednesday
October 4, Friday
October 21-22
Monday, Tuesday
To Be Announced
November 26, Tuesday
November 27, Wednesday
December 2, Monday
December 7, Saturday
December 9, Monday
December 10, Tuesday
December 17, Tuesday
Last day for persons holding a
bachelor's degree to apply for ad-
mission to Graduate School for
the fall semester
Last day to pay or secure fall
semester fees without penalty
Faculty Meetings
Registration (Class schedules of
pieregistered students must be
obtained by 4 p.m.)
Drop-Add; Late Registration
Classes Begin; Drop-Add; Late
Registration
Last day for Drop-Add and Late
Registration (undergraduate and
graduate students); Last day to
apply for graduation in
December
Last day to drop a course or
withdraw from school
(undergraduate students)
Fall Break
Registration for Spring Semester
Last day to remove incompletes
given during spring or summer
session 1985
11 p.m. Thanksgiving holidays
begin
8 a.m. Classes resume
Classes end
Reading Day
Exams begin
10 p.m. Exams for fall semester
close
Here's What The Numbers Mean
Course numbers as used in this
Bulletin and the Undergraduate
Catalogue and Graduate
Catalogue indicate the college
year in which courses should be
taken. Courses numbered 1000
through 1999 are for freshmen;
2000 through 2999, for
sophomores; 3000 through 3999,
for juniors; 4000 through 4999,
for seniors; 6000 and above, for
graduate students. The 5000-level
courses are taught at the graduate
level primarily for graduate
students; graduate students and
seniors from other areas may be
admitted with the written permis-
sion of the chairperson of the
department of the dean of the
school in which the course is of-
fered. A unit may include
5000-level courses for
undergraduate degree re-
quirements.
The Schedule of Courses lists
the terms when each course is of-
fered. Unless otherwise noted,
courses meet during the regular
terms. There are no Saturday
classes.
The courses are listed by school
or department, number, title,
days and hours given, and value
in semester hours. Dates of par-
ticular courses or workshops are
also designated whenever they
vary from the regular schedule.
Course descriptions may be
found in the Undergraduate
Catalogue andor Graduate
Catalogue of ECU.
Course numbers are prefixed
with a two-digit departmental
code. Courses listed on the trial
class schedule should include the
appropriate abbreviation, depart-
mental code, course number and
section number � for example,
ACCT 01-2401, Section 001.
Courses listed on the preregistra-
tion forms should include depart-
mental code, course number and
section number.
Summer Session Regs Relayed
The usual regulations concern-
ing a student's program of
studies will apply during the sum-
mer session, but the regulations
are interpreted for the two terms
instead of an unbroken semester.
Regulations are outlined in the
Undergraduate Catalogue and
the Graduate Catalogue.
Undergraduate students may
schedule a maximum of seven
semester hours during each
regular term. In special cir-
cumstances, students may, with
the permission of the vice
chancellor for academic affairs
or his designee, carry more than
those limits. In scheduling hours,
however, students should be
aware of the number of contact
hours involved in both laboratory
and lecture courses per credit
earned.
Unless special permission is
received from the dean of the
graduate school, a graduate stu-
dent may not register for or
receive credit for a total of more
than 12 semester hours in sum-
mer School through enrollment
in any combination of regular
session length courses,
workshops or short courses. A
student may not enroll concur-
rently in two or more workshops
or short courses during each five-
or six-week summer term or earn
more than six semester hours in
any regular five- or six-week sum-
mer term. A school or depart-
ment has discretion to lower max-
imum credit hours.
Summer School Expenses Explained
Summer school fees for 1985
are payable each term (May
13-June 18; June 19-July 25).
Summer school fees are payable
by registration day for each term.
A complete schedule of tuition
and fees will be available from
the university cashier's office.
The following are estimated ex-
penses for each term but are sub-
ject to change:
Zero to five hours: Tuition and
registration (N.C. resident) �
$51; Tuition and registration
(non N.C. resident) � $371;
Health fee � $16.50; Other
university fees � $39.50; Room
rent (dorm students only, Jarvis
and Fleming halls extra) � $125.
Total N.C. resident, dorm �
$232; day � $107. Total
Non-N.C. resident, dorm �
$552; day � $427.
Six to eight hours: Tuition and
registration (N.C. resident) �
$103; Tuition and registration
(non N.C. resident) � $742;
Health fee � $16.50; Other
university fees � $39.50; Room
rent (Jarvis and Fleming halls ex-
tra � $125. Total N.C. resident,
dorm � $284; day � $159. Total
non N.C. resident, dorm � $923;
day � $798.
Nine to 11 hours: Tuition and
registration (N.C. resident) �
Summer School Procedure Told
March 25 � April 12, 1985 �
Registration for summer session
and fall semester.
The summer session consists of
two terms of 5Vi weeks each.
Two-hour courses meet 60
minutes, three-hour courses 90
minutes and five-hour courses
150 minutes daily. There are no
Saturday classes. To accom-
modate certain students, various
departments will offer some
shorter courses. Final examina-
tions will be given on the last day
of each term.
Graduate students expecting to
begin work in the summer must
complete application at least two
weeks before registration.
A student may not enter a
course later than the third
meeting of a summer session class
and receive credit. During the
first 10 days, an undergraduate
student may withdraw or drop a
course without receiving grades
for courses for which he is enroll-
ed. After the first 10 days, an
undergraduate student withdraw-
ing from school shall receive a
grade of F for all classes which he
is failing at that time; after the
first 10 days, an undergraduate
student may drop a course only
due to unforseeable and uncon-
trollable circumstances and only
with the permission of the vice
chancellor for academic affairs
or the director of continuing
education, as appropriate.
Applications for graduation in
a given term must also be made
within the three-day entrance
period.
$154; Tuition and registration
(non N.C. resident) � $1,113;
Health fee � 16.50; Other
university fees � 39.50; Room
rent (Jarvis and Fleming halls ex-
tra) � $125. Total N.C. resident,
dorm � $335; day � $210. Total
non N.C. resident, dorm �
$1,294; day � $1,169.
Twelve or more hours: Tuition
and registration (N.C. resident)
� $205; Tuition and registration
(non N.C. resident) � $1,484;
Health fee � $16.50; Other
university fees � $39.50; Room
rent (Jarvis and Fleming halls ex-
tra) � 125. Total N.C. resident,
dorm � $386; day � $261. Total
non N.C. resident, dorm �
1,665; day � $1,540.
Thesis only, Ph.D. candidate:
Tuition and registration (N.C.
resident) � $31; Tuition and
registration (non N.C. resident �
$78; Health fee � $16.50; Other
university fees � $39.50. Total
N.C. resident � $87. Total non
N.C. resident � $134.
Private room, if available, is
$63 extra. Jarvis and Fleming
halls: $150 (semi-private), $225
(private).
Special Fees
Private music lessons (extra per
credit hour � $15. Graduation
fee � $20. Late registration fee
� $3. Returned check fee � $10.
Math and reading labs equate to
two extra hours for tuition pur-
poses. Auditor � N.C. resident
per course charge � $28. Auditor
� non N.C. resident per course
charge � $200.
Students are required to pur-
chase their textbooks. For their
convenience, the university main-
tains a depository where all
necessary books may be purchas-
ed. The cost of books will vary
with different courses.
Refunds
A non-refundable registration
fee is included in the tuition. To
be eligible for a refund of the
health and other university fees, a
student must turn in the student
ID card and the student activity
card when officially withdraw-
ing. Students who drop to part-
time or withdraw through the last
day to register will receive a full
refund less the registration fee
and room rent. There will be no
refund for subsequent changes or
withdrawals.
FIRST TERM
SECOND TERM
(Actual days first term: 5 Mondays, 5 Tuesdays, 5
Wednesdays, 5 Thursdays, 5 Fridays, 1 day registration, 1
day final exams.)
(Actual days first term: 5 Mondays, 5 Tuesdays, 5
Wednesdays, 5 Thursdays, 5 Fridays, 1 day registration, 1
day final exams.)
May 13, Monday
May 14, Tuesday
May IS, Wednesday
May 27, Monday
Jane 17, Monday
June 18, Tuesday
Registration
Classes Begin
Drop Add
and Late Registration
Last Day to register
or add for First Term
Last Day to drop a
course or withdraw
without grades
Classes end
Final exams
June 19, Wednesday
June 20, Thursday
June 21, Friday
July 3, Wednesday
July 24, Wednesday
June 25, Thursday
Registration
Classes Begin
Drop Add
and Late Registration
Last Day to register
or add for First Term
Last Day to drop a
course or withdraw
without grades
Classes end
Final exams
Dormitory Payment
Procedure Explained
Students enrolled Spring
Semester 1985 who plan to return
to ECU fall semester 1985 and
who wish to be guaranteed
residence hall housing will be re-
quired to reserve rooms during
the week of March 18-22. Prior
to receiving a room, a student
must make an advance room pay-
ment of $60. These payments,
which must be accompanied by
housing applicationscontracts,
will be accepted in the Cashier's
Office, Room 105, Spilman
Building, beginning March 14.
Students enrolled spring
semester will have priority for
residence hall housing for fall
Semest.r 1985 only if they reserve
rooms during the week of March
18-22. Based on this, continuing
students who do not reserve
rooms during the week of March
18-22 may find that residence hall
space is not available at a later
date.
Advance room payments and
room reservations for first ses-
sion of summer school may be
made beginning April 1.
Details pertaining to the fall
semester sign-up procedure have
been distributed in the residence
halls. Day students may obtain
this information from the Office
of Housing Operations, 201
Whichard Building.
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The East Carolinian, March 14, 1985
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East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
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