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Vd 53, No. 12 East Carolina UniversityGreenville, North Carolina 11 Ortobar 1977
ON THE INSIDE
Grammar p. 3
Rock climbersp. 6
Scholars seminarp. 23
ECU winsp. 25
SGA Legislature must
cut proposed budgets
By STEVE WIL90N
Staff Writer
and KIM DEVINS
Senior Editor
The SGA Legislature must
make drastic cuts in its expendi-
tures if it is going to stay within
the sharp limitations of the SGA
budget fa this year, Neil Ses-
soms, SGA president, announced
in the Monday legislative meet-
ing.
The SGA will have only an
approximate $256,000 to work
with this year, according to
Sessoms, although $320,000 was
expected.
SGA Treasurer Craig Hales
reported that the legislature is
already faced with budget re-
quests totalling over $330,000.
Sessoms said the SGA had
"over-extended itself" in the past
and must pay fa it this year by
making drastic deletions in areas
usually funded by the SGA.
After conferring with Trea-
surer Hales, Vice-president Reed
Warren, Timmy Joe Payne,
Speaker of the Legislature, and
several legislatas, Sessans sug-
gested the following cuts in SGA
appropriations.
First, Sessoms suggested the
legislature cut all appropriations
to aganizatiois associated with
the Athletic Dept including the
cheerleaders, the ECU "March-
ing Pirates" and the summer
baseball program.
"All we would be asking them
to do is take the responsibilities
which are traditionally within
their sphere he said.
Secondly, Sessans asked that
all requests fa funds fa retreats,
conventiois and any other trips
be denied.
Aocading to Treasurer Hales,
approximately $10,000 was spent
on retreats and such last year.
Sessoms also suggested salar-
ies fa SGA bus drivers be cut
from the present $3.00 to $2.50
per hour.
Gene Summerlin, SGA transit
manager, supported Sessoms'
suggestion concerning this, but
said he did na know how the
drivers feel about it yet.
Sessoms stressed that all
See LEGISLATURE p. 7
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NEIL SESSOMS SGA president
o by Kirk Kingsbury)
Students get schedules
when pay spring fees
JULIAN VAINRIGHT, Business Manager
ByKENTYNDALL
Assistant News Edita
Students will be able to pick
up their class schedules when
they pay their spring semester
fees, according to Julian Vain-
right, Business Manager.
Students will know their clas-
ses and also get two extra days
vacation if they pay their fees
early and pre-register, said Vain-
right.
The business office has been
trying to come up with a plan to
eliminate some of the trouble and
standing in lines fa the students.
A student a his parents can
mail his fees to the Cashier's
Office from Nov. 21 to Dec. 8. The
designated portion of his state-
ment will be mailed to his
home address pria to Nov. 21.
The student may then pick up
his class schedule and receipt in
the Cashier's Office from Dec. 8
through Jan. 6, according to
Vainright.
If the student does na pay by
mail, he can pay his fees in
person at the Cashier's Office and
at the same time receive his class
schedule from Dec. 8 through
Jan. 6.
It is unnecessary fa a student
to return to campus until the first
day erf class, unless he must go
through drop-add, accading to
Vainright.
The permit to pay fees has
also been eliminated, accading
to Registrar Gil Moore. The
students will be given an instruc-
tion sheet when they preregista
instead.
There will be no "Locata
Card" thissemesta either, said
Mcore. Instead, the students will
have a pation to fill out on the
statement fa paying fees.
"Hopefully, the students will
be able to pay in person said
Moae.
Although it is na mandatay
fa students to preregister, they
will have a bonus of the extra two
day vacation, providing they do
na need to go through drop-add,
accading to Moae.
Students who must go through
drop-add still get one extra day
vacation, accading to Moae.
"Also, if the students will
preregister said Moae, "They
will have a much betta chance of
getting into a course than they
will going through drop-add and
trying to get it a waiting until
See SCHEDULES p. 31
Buff ett concert $1,500 success
By DOUG WHITE
Assistant News Edita
The Jimmy Buffett concert
held Wed Oct. 5 was the first
concert to break even since the
James Tayla concert in 1975,
according to Dennis Ramsey,
Student Union President.
"We made a profit of approx-
imately $1,500 on theconcert
said Ramsey. "Buffett and Jesse
Winchester cost $14,000 plus an
additional $3,000 fa technicians,
publicity, and hospitality, fa a
total expenditure of $18,640. Four
thousand people attended the
concert, said Ramsey.
Ramsey said the Maja At-
tract ions budget is now $26,500,
up from the aiginal figure of
$25,000.
"We expect to do just as well,
if na better with the Firefall
concert Nov. 6. That concert will
cost about $12,000 said
Ramsey.
The Maja Attractions com-
mittee is also considering the
possibility ot having a third
concert during Fall Semester,
accading to Ramsey.
"We will na, however, have a
concert just to have one, which I
think was the problem with last
year's committee. We're only
going to book acts that we are
reasonably sure will be success-
ful said Ramsey
In the past, it was the Maja
Attractiais committee that saved
the Student Union. Last year,
when the committee lost $63,000
it was the first year it had ever
lost money, aocading to Ramsey.
There is really no limit to the
concerts we ccild have on this
campua As long as we break
even and have the same amount
of money a mae after every
concert, we could have a concert
evay week. It all depends on how
well the students support us
said Ramsey.
Ramsey said that in the
future, the Maja Attractions
committee will inaease its out-of-
town advertising.
"If the student body won't
suppat the acts we bring en
campus, we will have to depend
on the public said Ramsey.
Ramsey said he thanked the
Art Department fa their volun-
tary promaia of the concert.
We really appreciate all they
did. I think it helped stir up
student interest and helped our
ticket sales
DENNIS RAMSEY, Student Union president
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Seminar
Exhibit
Thomas H. Barrett, chemistry
graduate student, will present a
seminar on "Fourier Transform
NMR" Oct. 14, 1977 at 2 p.m. in
room 201 Flanagan Building.
Fourier Transform NMR is
rapidly gaining acceptance as an
excellent replacement for conven-
tional NRM in research and
common applications. In this
seminar the electromagnetic
theory, advantages of, and instru-
mentation of Fourier Transform
NRM will be covered.
Hypnosis
Gil Eagles has thrilled and
baffled thousands witti his de-
monstrations of ESP and hypno-
tism, Using total audience parti-
cipation, he probes the amazing
possibilities of the mind. Men-
denhall Student Center Theatre,
Oct. 11, at 8 p.m. Students: ID
and activity card, Public $2.
Surfing Club
There will be an organiza-
tional meeting Wed evening for
anyone interested in beginning a
Surfing Sports club. The meeting
will be in Memorial Gym in room
106 at 6:45. The organization will
be a member of the American
Surfing Association Any surfers
who compete as amateurs will be
considered fa the Pan America
games in 1979. Possibly the 1980
Olympics. Anyone interested in
joining as a member or competitor
please attend. We need any 12
surfers to make a team and an
interested faculty person to help
out.
LaKosmetique
LaKosmetique Hair Styling
Salon will be having a free hair
demonstration in the lobby of
Fletcher, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m.
LaKosmetique was leatured in
Glamour Magazine last spring for
their hair cutting excellence.
Everyone is weloome.
Print Dept. & Gray Gallery
will sponsor an exhibit and sale of
approximately 1,000 original
prints from the famed Ferdinand
Roten Galleries col lection Oct. 13,
1977. The event will be held at
Jenkins Bldg. The W.B. Gray
Gallery.
Works spanning six centuries
will be featured in the show,
which will include prints by such
masters as Renault, Hogarth,
Goya, Miro, and Picasso, and
many of today's artists, famous
and not yet famous. In addition,
there will be a collection of
Western and Oriental manuscript
pages, some dating to the 13th
century. Prices range from $10 to
the thousands, but most prints,
including those of the masters,
are under $100.
Survey
Beginning yesterday, the Pitt
County Health Department is
beginning its annual microwave
oven survey. This is a free service
offered to the citizens of Pitt
County. Anyone who has a
microwave and would like for it to
be checked fa leakage should call
the Health Department at 752-
4141 to make an appointment.
This service can be offered fa a
limited time oily, so do not delay
in making your appointment.
Coffeehouse
Relax your mind after all of
the heavy thinking & studying
you have put in fa mid term
exams, at ECU Coffeehouse.
Thurs & Fri Oct. 13-14. Teresa
Guides will ease ail of your pain
with some folk, aiginal, and
many many more favaite tunes.
Alaig with Teresa will be the
sensational, "Ed and Mark
playing their most delightful
tunes, along with getting you to
really flow easy. Coffeehouse
room 15 Mendenhall Student
Center. 50 cents admission, free
refreshment.
Table Tennis Bk� Sale
All students interested in
playing Table Tennis are invited
to attend an aganizational meet-
ing of the Table Tennis Club to be
held on Wed Oct. 12, at 730
p.m in the Mendenhall Table
Tennis Rooms. All levels of ability
will be represented so go ahead
and join in the fun. If you will be
unable to attend the meeting, but
would like to participate, call the
Billiards Center, 757-6611, Ext.
239
There will be a Bake Sale
spaisaed by the ECU Speech
and Hearing Dept. Oct. 13,
Thurs between the hours of 10-2
on the first floa of the Allied
Health Bldg.
Softball
An aganizatioial meeting fa
the women's Softball team will be
held Wed Oct. 12, at 8 p.m. in
room 144 Minges.
Model U.N. Happy Hour
Model United Nations meet-
ing this Thurs at 7 p.m. Oct. 13
in Brewster Owing 105. All new
members welcome Mock Secur-
ity Council will be held at 1 p.m.
Sun Oct. 16 in Brewster Owing
104.
Don't miss "HAPPY HOUR"
at Mendenhall Student Center.
Prioesare Vi off on billiards, table
tennis, and bowling. The time is 3
p.m. until 6 p.m. every Monday.
Don't miss it!
S.O.U.L.S.
All persons interested in a
screening for the position of
S.O.U.L.S. vioe president contact
Doneil Croom at the AACC Wed
Oct. 10 from 2-4 p.m.
There will be a S.O.U.L.S.
meeting Thurs Oct. 11 at the
AACC at 8:30. Everyone should
plan to attend.
Movie
Chess
All students interested in
playing chess are invited to
attend a Chess Club aganiza-
tioial meeting Tues Oct. 11, at
7:30 p.m in the Mendenhall
Student Center Coffeehouse. If
you would like to participate in
the club, but will be unable to
attend the oganizational meet-
ing, call the Billiards Center,
757-6611, Ext. 239.
King Youth
The King Youth Fellowship, a
full gospel campus oganization
for the benefit of all ECU
students, will be meeting Tues
Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. in 308 Flanagan.
Our topic will be "The Roman
Road to Salvation centered
around chapters 3, 5, 6 & 10 of
Romans.
P.T. Majors
General College students en-
rolled in pre-physical therapy
courses and anticipating applica-
tion to the School of Allied Health
as a Physical Therapy maja are
invited to attend oie of two
groups counseling meetings sche-
duled fa Oct. 12andOct. 13fran
7 to 8 p.m. in Brewster B-306.
Both sessions will be aimed at
providing the student infamatioi
oonoerning course requirements
and other general guides used as
criteria in evaluating student
applicants to the Physical Ther-
apy maja. Students having ques-
tions may direct them to the
faculty present at each of the
sessions. Attendance is not re-
quired and the meetings are
being conducted strictly as a
media fa the transmission of
infamatioi between the student
and the department oonoerning
the process fa apnlicatiai into
the Professional Phase of the
Physical Therapy curriculum at
the Junio level.
Intramurals
The Intramural Department
would like to remind everyone
that the fOlowing activities begin
registration this month: Track
and Field, Oct. 10-11; Soccer,
Oct 10-13; Team Handball, Oct.
17-20; Archery, Oct. 17-20.
The following oo-reaeational
activities are also offered: Two-on
two basketball, Oct. 10-13; Bowl-
ing, Oct. 17-20. Sign up in the
Intramural office 204 Memaial
Gym.
Phi Sigma Pi will hold a spcial
meeting Wed Oct. 12 at C p.m.
in Austin 132. All members be
there. Will concern National
Convent ion results.
"The Adventures of Sherlock
Holmes' Smarter Brother Oct.
14, 7 p.m. & 9p.m.Oct. 152 p.m.
Mendenhall Student Center
Theatre.
A slapstick comedy full of
affection and generous feelings
fa the genre it's having fun with.
Gene Wilder makes an impres-
sive debut as a comedy directo.
This film isa Hdmesian pastiche,
a oomedy of wit and imagination.
"Smarter Brother" is marked by
subtleties and controlled intelli-
gence.
Social
Attention Jewish students.
There will be an introductoy
social Fri Oct. 14at 7 p.m. at the
DEN, (behind Mendenhall). Plen-
ty to eat and drink. Fa infama-
tioi call: Caey Duber 756-1518 a
Dr. Resnich 756-5640.
AKA
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sooity is
spoisoing an annual Student of
the Year Pageant Fri Oct. 7,
1977 in Mendenhall Student
Center Auditorium Room 244
from6 p.m to9 p.m. Immediately
following, there will be a party at
Tar River Estates Party House the
admission is $1.
S.A.M.
The Society fa the Advance-
ment of Management will meet at
4 p.m. in Rawl 102Tues Oct. 11.
An election of officers will be
held. An interest in management
is the only requirement for
membership. Prospective new
members are welcome.
PRC
All PRC majas are eligible to
vote and are encouraged to do so.
The hours fa voting are fron 9
a.m. to5 p.m. Wed. Oct. 12 and 9
a.m. to 12 noon Thurs Oct 13.
Resultsof the balloting will be
announced at the PRC Majas
Club meeting Thurs. Oct. 13 at 7
p.m. in Mendenhall room 221.
Bowling
Red Pin Bowling is back! At
the Mendenhall Student Center
Bowling Center you can have a
chance to win one (1) free game
with every game bowled. If the
red pin is the head pin and you
make a strike, you win. Every
Thursday evening, from 8 p.m.
until 11 p.m could be your lucky
day.
Bridge
Phi Sigma Pi � �
The Bridge Club meets each
Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. in
Mendenhall Student Center. All
persons interested in playing
bridge are invited to attend.
Due to the Fall oonference,
IV. will not meet this Sunday
night. However, we will meet the
following Sunday.
Republicans
There will be a meeV-ng of the
East Carolina College Republi-
cans Tues Oct. 11 at 730 in
Brewster Wing B-104. The spe-
cial guest speaker will be Doug
Markham, Chairperson of the
Noth Carolina College Republi-
can Federation.
This meeting will also deter-
mine who the delegates and
alternates will be fa the upcom-
ing College Federation Conven-
tion in Raleigh during the week-
end of Oct. 21-23.
All those interested are invi-
ted to attend. Refreshments will
be served. Fa further infama-
tioi call Scott Bright 752-5408.
Senato Jesse Helms will be
speaking in Rocky Mount at a
BBQ-Fried Chicken dinner Fri
Oct. 14. Special student tickets
can be purchased fa $1 by con-
tacting Bill Bennett at 758-7724.
All Virginia and New Jersey
students who are registered Re-
publicans please contact Scott
Bright at 752-5408 o Bill Bennett
at 758-7724.
ACU-1
All students interested in
participating in the ACU-I recrea-
tional tournaments this semester
should pick up necessary infama-
tioi at the Billiards and Bowling
Centers at Mendenhall. Day
students and dam student preli-
minary tournaments will be held
to select the participants to
compete in the All-Campus Tour-
naments sponsaed by Menden-
hall. Winners of the final tourna-
ments will be sent to the regional
tournaments in Blackburg, Va.
The competition will involve
billiards, bowling, table tennis.
and chess. Register today!
Bowling Clinic
Professional bowler, Vesma
Grinfelds, will oonduct a shot
bowling clinic at the Mendenhall
Student Center Bowling Center
Mon Oct. 17, fron6 p.m. until 8
p.m. Co-spaisaed by Menden-
hall Student Center and the
Department of Health, Physical
Education, Recreation and Safety
in conjunction with the National
Bowling Council, the program is
open to all interested students at
no charge. Don't miss this rare
oppatunity to learn from a true
professional in the spot.
Rebel
The Rebel, ECU'S literary-arts
magazine, is now aoctpting sub-
missions in poetry, fiction, es-
says, art wok, and photography.
Submit your material to the Rebel
office a mail it to the Rebel,
Mendenhall Student Center
Please make sure to keep a copy
of each wok of literature fa
yourself, and inlcude your name,
address, and phone number on all
wok.
Registers
Freshman Registers may be
picked up in room 229, the
vice-president's office, in Men-
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Judicial handb
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informs students of regulations
By ROBERT M.SWAIM
Advertising Manager
James Mallory, ECU Dean of
men, said last week that a new
judicial handbook has been print-
ed and is now being distributed to
students.
"Students can get copies in
210 Whichard said MaJlory.
"We hope to set up tables in the
Student Supply Store and
Mendenhall so day students can
pick up copies
JAMES MALLORY, Dean of Men.
The new handbook contains
regulations regarding alcoholic
beverages, judicial hearing pro-
cedures, dorm life and student
government.
"Any behavior on or off
campus that violates the honor
code or the code of conduct is
subject to appropriate disciplin-
ary action said Mallory.
MaJlory said the determining
factors in whether disciplinary
action is taken are the seriousness
and the nature of the violation.
Either the Dean of Men or the
SGA attorney general may begin
proceedings against a student if
neither has knowledge that a
student has committed an
offense.
"A complaint can be made by
a student, campus police officer,
professor, or a member of the
administration said MaJlory.
If a student is charged with a
disciplinary offense, he or she will
be brought before th Honor
Council for a hearing to deter-
mine what action, if any will be
taken in the case, according to
Mallory.
MaJlory said that a student
facing disciplinary charges is
represented by a public defender
Freshmen survive required
English grammar exam
ByR.B. TURLEY
Staff Writer
After five weeks of intensive
instruction in English grammar,
East Carolina's 2,500 freshmen
can now relax.
Most of them have passed a
required grammar proficiency
exam begun this year by the
English Department and given
two nights in late September.
The official percentage of
students who failed the exam is
not yet available.
Dr. James Kirkland, director
of freshmen composition, estima-
ted Thursday that only "10 to 15
per cent" of the freshmen failed.
Failing students had the op-
tion of dropping English 1100-
the beginning composition
course�or taking a retest sche-
duled in late November.
An English Department policy
adopted last spring makes credit
for English 1100 dependent on
the passing of the grammar
exam.
Freshmen get two chances to
pass the exam; if they fail both,
they get an F in the course,
regardless of their performance in
the writing part of the course.
The largest freshmen class in
University history is the first
tested under the policy, and many
of its members were critical of the
exam, the course and the English
Department policy.
FOUMTAINHEAD asked 44
freshmen fa their opinions of the
exam. A majority of the sample
found some fault with the exam.
Other freshmen thought the
exam a good idea. A small
number said knowledge of gram-
mar might improve their writing.
Criticism of the exam ranged
from "It took away all my TV and
social time" to "it was a total
waste of time
Generally, however, criticism
fell into three areas:
-The English Department
should not make passing the
exam a requirement fa passing
the course. "Putting us in a
do-a-die situation puts too much
pressure on us one freshman
said.
-Students need more time to
prepare fa the exam. How the
English Department expects us to
learn in five weeks what public
schools didn't teach us in 12 years
is beyond me another said.
-The exam is ntf a test of
practical grammatical ability. "A
la of the rules are arbitrary a
freshman said. "Most of the stuff
I learned I'll never have to bother
with again
Dr. Kirkland, composition di-
recta, defended the exam and
English Department policy.
The English Department, he
said, had adopted the exam as a
means of improving students'
writing skills.
"Obviously, national statistics
and declining SAT scaes show
that freshmen have weak back-
grounds in the fundamentals of
the English language he said.
"It is a nationwide problem.
And a nationwide controversy
what to do about it
Kirkland emphasized that the
exam was na an end in itself.
"The English Department be-
lieves that there is a correlation
between a students' knowledge of
grammar and his ability to write
effectively he said.
Responding to the criticism
that the exam counted too much,
Kirkland said, "We had to stress
the exam to motivate the stu-
dents If we hadn't counted it at
all, how many do you think would
have shown up?'
Kirkland was reluctant to
blame student deficiencies in
language skills on the public
schools.
"How can you?" he asked.
"An English teacher in the public
schools has five classes of at least
30 students. If the teacher
assigned only one theme a week,
he would be buried under note-
book paper.
"But it is a problem. And
something has to be done about
it
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and is prosecuted by the student
attaney general.
If the student is dissatisfied
with the hona oouncil decision,
he a she may appeal it to the
review board, according to
Mallay.
Mallay said that the final
appeal is to the chancella of the
univasity.
SCHEDULES
Continued from p. 1
registration day
Accading to Moae, the de-
partments are provided with an
analysis after preregistration.
Then the departments can work
around this analysis in ader to
provide enough classes fa the
students.
Moae said students should
list alternates, and net just
different sections.
"After the computa actually
schedules them (the students),
we go through by hand and fix
every oonflict a closed course
where it's humanly possible
said Moae.
"We automatically look fa
different times. We give them
first pnaity on the section that
they wish
Accading to Moae, 47 per
cent a the students who preregis-
taed fa fall semesta ga identi-
cally what they signed up fa,
course by course, section by
section.
"Hopefully, it is going to
increase this time, because the
department swill be more familiar
with how many students need
their courses said Moae.
"The students will be mae
familiar with the semesta system
and how to work out their
schedules. said Moae. " It
should be a la mae successful
Moae said the key to the
whole operation is the students'
paying their fees befae they go
home fa Christmas.
"This whole thing is vay
impatant. It's fa the students,
na us said Vaunright.
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SGA financing:
desperate situation
The ECU SGA is in a financial bind this year.
With inflation crowding campus organizations,
somewhat less revenue from activity fees and added
expenses due to new programs initiated last year, the
SGA may not even have enough money to cover
necessary expenses.
The situation is critical. Consequently, appropria-
tions will be tight this year. Campus organizations
must accept this and forget about asking for money
for new projects, including fundings for retreats,
conventions and other minor affairs. It simply will not
be available.
The SGA now has $131,000 which includes its
savings account money. From Fall Semester activity
fees, the SGA received only $124,000. SGA Treasurer
Craig Hales predicts the same amount from Spring
Semester fees. With everything included, this gives
the SGA a mere $256,000 to work with through May
1978.
This is approximately the same as last year.
However, new projects were started-such as extra
buses in the Transit System�costs fa maintaining
old programs have risen and the 1976-77 yearbook,
the BUCCANEER, was not funded. Without the
BUC, the SGA had an extra $50-60,000 to use for
unding departmental retreats, conventions, the
cheerleaders and new enterprises last year. But the
BUC will be funded this year. So that $50-60,000 is
oonsumed.
Snce the situation is desperate, all major
recipients of SGA funding have cut their requests to
the absolute minimum. Nevertheless, Hales esti-
mates at least $290,000 will be needed for the major
receivers alone. These major receivers include the
five communications on campus, (WECU, the
EBONY HERALD, the REBEL, the BUC, FOUN-
TAINHEAD, the Photo Lab), the Transit System, the
ECU Playhouse, the Music Dept the SGA
executives and as of now, the School of Art. (The
School of Art has not been funded before, but since it
does represent 10 per cent of the student body, it will
receive funds this year.) This leaves approximately
$19,000 still needed fa these accounts! If the
legislature cuts some of the other maja expenses as
planned, such as the Marching Pirates, this problem
may be alleviated somewhat.
But the simple fact is that the SGA does not and
will not have the money fa special requests fron
special interest groups. In ader to avoid harsh
feelings, campus groups-whether the cheerleaders,
academic departments a haias fraternities-should
look elsewhere fa funding. Fa aice ECU must learn
that SGA money does not grow on Mendenhall's
plastic palm trees.
Treasurer Hales recently said he would like
nothing mae than to be able to fund all campus
groups, but this year it will simply be impossible. He
added that any group, including the maja recipients,
should feel lucky fa any funding they receive, and
special interest groups must look to other souroes fa
funding befae oaning to the SGA.
As it stands, requests to the SGA fa special
funding will receive an almost guaranteed no. The
SGA is not trying to be mean a tyrannical about this,
but if the money isn't there, it isn't there. And if
campus groups persist in asking fa it and are
repeatedly turned down, ill-feelings will arise and
cause unnecessary harm.
All campus organizations must accept the
situation as it is and work with the SGA on this fa
this school year. Plans fa retreats, new projects, etc.
might as well as discontinued now. Perhaps the
future will be brighter.
rw
BOV
MIL 1HEY BE SURPRISED!
Forum
Student outraged at ticket hassles
ToFOUNTAINHEAD:
In one of your recent editor-
ials, students were "warned"
about the dangers to Big Name
Entertainment on ECU campus if
Alumni money
forwhatever
ToFOUNTAINHEAD:
I find it incredible that Kim
Devins could find so much
objectionable in the idea of people
giving money to the Athletic
Department. If people who
graduated from this schxl want
to pledge their fortunes to the
Clarence Stasavich Memorial
McDonald s, I feel that it should be
accepted as the end product of a
system of values we all support
with our tuition tithes.
When alumni donate money to
ECU after experiencing four
years of rising tuition and declin-
ing prospects, why not give them
the privilege of seeing their
money plaoed in whatever area
they choose? After watching air
conditioners sprout from the
windows of Ragsdale while
students melted, it isn't hard to
sympathize with people who care
where their money goes. Person-
ally, I would applaud an alumni
fund set up to maintain soft toilet
paper throughout the restrooms
of ECU. Certainly such a program
would directly benefit the entire
student body more than the
scouring dean of the Drama
See MONEY, p. 5
the upcoming concerts were not a
financial success. So warned, I set
out to buy tickets to the Jimmy
BuffettJesse Winchester Show.
First let me say that I was
miffed at having to pay $4 to buy
a ticket after having already paid
an exhorbitant student activity
fee. Next I was perturbed at
having to get a ticket in advance,
even though there is no sellout
probable. Last I was outraged to
find out that I could not buy a
ticket at all unless I paid the
public rate, because, although I
had a student activity card, ample
other ID and a student identi-
fication card, I was lacking a
validation and therefore had to
wait till Thursday (the day after
the concert) to get a new ID.
made.
Let me take this opportunity to
say that I will never register as a
full-time student at ECU again,
and I couldn't care less if this
school ever has another student
activity. I, for one, refuse to pay
fees fa activities that aren't
available to me.
FrancisJ. FteillyJr.
Full-time Graduate Student
Department of Biology
ECU
PS. To the Alumni Association:
Save a stamp. Don't bother to
send me any solicitations.
Fountainhead
Serving the East Carolina community for over titty years.
So� EditaKimJ. Devins
Production ManagerBdb G)over
Advertising ManagerRobeft cm
"e�5 EditorCindy Broome
Trends EditorMicnael Futcn
Sports Editor A
Anne Hogge
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11 October 1977 FOUNTAINHEAD Page 5
Grad student advocates open letter concerning overpass
To FOUNTAINHEAD:
I read where sometne in the
University administration agreed
that there's a problem with
pedestrians crossing the Tenth
Street intersection. He question-
ed if students would use an
overhesd walkway. What I would
like to know is whether this is the
official opinion of ECU, or only
Candidates supported
To FOUNTAINHEAD:
We are writing in support of
Eugene D. (Rocky) Fallon,
candidate fa one of the six seats
on the City Council. A former
ECU student who has lived and
worked in Greenville for 10 years,
Rocky would give the Council the
benefit of a fresh perspective
representative of his age group
(25-35, of which there are a large
number living in Greenville).
ECU is an integral part of the
Greenville community, and
Rocky would like the opportunity
to work with the Council and our
SGA to further cooperation
between the city and the
university for the benefit of both.
Some of the candidate's major
conoerns: orderly city planning
including a complete bicyde path
system, protection of our natural
enviroment as Greenville
continues to grow, and increased
citizen involvement in all phases
of government; for instance, ECU
students fa whom Greenville is
permanent residence have the
right to vote and should be
encouraged to do so.
We ask your suppat fa this
candidate oi Oct. 11th-today.
(The polls are open yntil 730
p.m.) Vote Rocky Fallon fa City
Council-a vote fa a new view-
point.
Sincerely,
Debby Boswell
John Carroll
ELECTIONS!
There will be a
run-off election for
Soph, class pres.
and grad. school
legislator Thurs
Oct. 13
Polls will be situated in
Mendenhall, the Croatan
and The Student Supply Store
with this coupon, you can get a
Rib-eye dinner with texas toast,
large baked potato, and all you
can eat from our SUPER salad bar
and to top it off, a FREE dessert
of your choice.
$2.35
the unresearched bias of a single
person in authaity. I question if
this person bothered to walk
down that intersection and ask a
group of pedestrians, a a person
confined to a wheelchair a a
blind student who must run
aaoss the street as the justifiabil-
ity of an overpass. It seems to me
trw the problem was acknowled-
ged and ignaed, a in bureaucra-
tese, put to further study.
I have discovered that the
main streets running through the
city are maintained by the state.
If the studentsoi ECU feel there's
a justifiable need fa a safer way
aaoss Tenth Street, then I would
suggest the drafting of an open
letter from the student body to
the two involved agencies in
Raleigh, the Board of Education
and the Division of Highways. I
believe that the matter should
come to the attention of the
people who are the actual level of
responsibility. Then the problem
can be properly ignaed.
So it goes
Jonathan Smith
Graduate Student
MONEY
Continued from p. 4
Department's "old, rusty cafe-
teria ovens a whatever Oher
pet projects, we may have.
And let's be honest with
ourselves, it's not just the alumni
of old East Carolina who are
mesmerized with the spats pro-
gram. Last spring when Mr. Cain
spoke so movingly to our SGA
about playing Duke this fall in
football (In response to questions
raised by legislatas), our elected
st udent leaders cheered and came
aaoss with even more money
than that the cheerleaders aigin-
ally asked to be allocated.
And if these campus pillars
are really having such problem
finding $5,000 in their projected
budget of $320,000 so WECU can
apply fa an FM license, I suggest
that they delete their traditional,
opulent spring banquet from
whatever list of functions to be
funded with student fees they are
waking with.
I hated to pay for those
miao-wave lights at Ficklen and I
still think soccer is getting
SCTewed, but I have yet to be
convinced that football and
basketball combine to cause
famine and cancer among the
elderly.
Sincerely,
David W. Trevino
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Rock climbers keep in shape on ECU trees
By GEORGE A. THREE WITTS
ECU NEWS BUREAU
A pair of ECU rock climbers
are finding high adventure in the
tall oaks, sycamores and pines
that grow on the campus at ECU
and even on some buildings and a
barbecue pit.
On weekends, usually
Sundays, Bob Castle, an ECU
Parks and Recreation major from
Swam Quarter and Doug Queen
of Fayetteville, a Geology
student, strap on dimbing harn-
esses and with coils of rope
draped over their shoulders, they
ascend their way into the tree
tops high above the campus mall.
With ropes looped over high
branches and threaded through
steel carabiners on their belts,
they skillfully rappel their way to
the earths surface again. Some-
times it's a vertical slide of 60 feet
and more.
"We got interested in tree
climbing last spring Queen
said. "The nearest rocks are five
hours awayand climbing trees
helps us stay fit and psycholo-
gically accustomed to the
height
They agree that there is a
EAST CAROLINA PLAYHOUSE
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similar amount of difficulty in
climbing trees and rocks. A tree,
they say, is easier because of the
branches, but the hard part is that
the branches of most of the oaks
on campus are about as high as a
three story building. They have to
climb straight up to get to them.
A huge oak that towers above
most of the other trees has
become a favorite for the
climbers. They have named it El
Capitan after a granite monolith
in California's Yosemite Park.
The first branch of the oak is
about 25 to 30 feet up.
It's really hard to get a rope
up there Queen said. "We had
,o devise all sorts of different
techniques
"We've climbed the tree up
there Queen said. "We had to
devise all sorts of different
Techinques
"We've climbed the tree
about five or six times already
he said Each time it gets a little
easier but still it's really
difficult
Queen said they have also
climbed some sycamores and that
they have been wanting to climb a
certain pine on the wooded
campus but so far they haven't
been able to get a rope up it.
As for the hazards of
climbing, the two believe that as
long as climbers use good equip-
ment and practice the proper
techniques, it is relatively safe.
They do caution that television
shows might portray climbing as
an easy sport. It's not.
Castle would be more content to
scale some of the major rocks in
the United States.
THE UPS AND downs of tree dimbing. Photo by ECU News
Bureau
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Med school receives grant
By JOYCE EVANS
Staff Writer
Dr. Sam Pennington of the
ECU School of Medicine recently
received a $15,000 grant from the
N.C. Alcoholism Research Auth-
ority to study the effects of
alcohol on metabolism.
The research is being conduct-
ed at ECU and this particular
phase is beginning this month,
according to Dr. Pennington.
Pennington said the money
will be used to pay a research
technician.
Carlton Smith, research tech-
nician in biochemisrty, and a new
technician will assist Pennington.
The major goal of any
alcoholic research is to find out
how ethylene (alcohol) carries out
its effects, according to Penning-
ton.
Alcohol is fat sduable and
water soluable and it circulates all
through the body, said Penning-
ton.
The harmful effects of aloohol
are numerous and cause damage
to practically every part of the
body, he said.
"We know a lot about alcohol
damages, but we don't know the
mechanism of how it works said
Pennington.
"If you could treat the cause
instead of the effect, it would be
highly beneficial.
LEGISLATURE
Continued from p. 1
organizations will have to stream-
line their budget requests this
year. He reported that all campus
media have done this through
several Communications Board
meetings in the past two weeks.
Concerning campus media,
Sessoms aJso proposed allowing
FOUNTAINHEAD to receive its
advertising revenue directly this
year and in so doing, an estima-
ted $30,000 oould be cut from
FOUNTAINHEAD's proposed
budget.
Sessoms, Hales and Vice-
President Warren emphasized
the desperate and critical situa-
tion SGA funds are in this year
and asked the legislators to offer
any suggestions they may have
towards helping this problem.
According to Hales, this situa-
tion has grown out of rising oosts
in all areas funded by the SGA,
and because the 1977-78 legisla-
ture will not have the $50-60,000
last year's legislature had when
the yearbook, the BUCCANEER,
was not funded.
This year, the BUC will be
funded, Hales said.
In other business, the new
SGA cabinet members were intro-
duced and each spoke of the
progress each has made in
hisher particular area.
Ron Lewis, manager of refri-
gerator rentals, reported his
program to be in the best
condition it has been in in the last
four or five years.
Lewis explained the increase
in refrigerator rental fees this
year, saying that it was necessary
fa the continuation of the pro-
gram.
Several new bills concerning
appropriations for the major
campus organizations were intro-
duced. Speaker Payne turned
them over to the Appropriations
Committee.
"We're looking for a mech-
anism to explain why alcohol
causes these harmful effects to
the body he said.
To conduct this research,
Pennington said they will use lab
animals.
One group will be fed aloohol
for two months. Another group
will oonsume the same number of
calories L ,t in food instead of
aloohol. This process is called
isocaloric control.
Then the animals will be
destroyed and the tissues from
both groups will be oompared for
their ability to produoe prostagl-
andin.
Prostaglandins are a group of
extremely potent hormone-like
substances which occur in minute
amounts in virtually all body
tissues, said Pennington.
The focus of this research is to
find out if aloohol alters the
mechanism of prostaglandins.
And if it does, the study will seek
to learn why and how it does
effect them, said Pennington.
To rate the difference between
the metabolism of a normal
consumer and the excessive
drinker is another point of focus.
"It's a complicated process
because alcohol has so many
effects on the body said
Pennington.
It's going to take a lot of time
and a lot of money to work out all
the data, according to
Pennington.
One of the problems the
biochemist has faced when con-
ducting research is that changing
different control factors will cause
different results in a given
experiment, according to
Pennington.
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JAN MASTERS WAS crowned Homecoming Pirate and Del ma Jackson is first runner-up.
"j ONE OF THE five skydJvers coming in for a landing at Ficklen
Homecoming
celebration
THE 1000th JUMP by a skydiver who brought the signifying the 1000th jump
game ball to Dr. Leo Jenkins, who gave him a pin
LEANDER GREEN (7) QB gets hit from behind on a quarterback
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2121 15 HU PHYS ANAT LAB (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
22301 FIELD BOTANY (W 1:00-3:00) (4)
22311 FIELD BOTANY LAB (F 1:00-5:00) (0)
22401 FIELD ZOOLOGY (MWF 10:00) (4)
22m1 FIELD ZOOLOGY LAB (M 2:00"5:00) (0)
22412 FIELD ZOOLOGY LAB (T 2:00-5:00) (0)
33101 CELL PHYS (TTh 12:30-1:45) (4)
33111 CELL PHYS LAB (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
33112 CELL PHYS LAB (W 2:00-5:00) (0)
33113 CELL PHYS LAB (Th 2:00-5:00) (0)
35501 HONORS (TBA) (1)
40601 EMBRYOLOGY (MWF 10:00) (4)
40611 EMBRYOLOGY LAB (T 2:00-5:00) (0)
WO1 RES PROB (TBA) (2)
W1�i1 RES PROB (TBA) (2)
"?5501 HONORS (TbA) (1)
51101 PLT GROW & DEV (MUF 1:00) (4)
51111 PLT GROW 4 DEV LAP (MW 2:00-4:00) (0
5 1501 HERPFTOLOCY (MWF 9:00) (4)
51511 HERPETOIOGY LAb (th ?:00"5:00) (0)
52201 LIMNOLOGY (MWF 10:00) (4)
5221I I IMNOLOGY IAB (T :00-5:03) (0)
5230I PHYCOLOGY (MWF 9:00) (4)
5231I PHYCOLOGY LAB (T 200-5:00) (0)
5250I ECOLOGY (MWF 6:00 (4)
5251ECOLOGY LAB (M 2:00-5:00) (0)
5251 S! ECOLOGY I3 (W 2:00-5:00) (0)
5190 1ELEC MICPXS (MWF 11:00) (4)
5491 1ELEC MICROS LAB (Th 2:00-5:00) (0)
5ft10 1PRIN B'CCHFM M (MWF 11:00) (4)
5811 1PRIN BIOCHEM ll IAB (T 2:00-5:00) (0)
5811 !PRIN BIOCHFM II LAB (W 2:00-5:00) (0)
5850 1BIOMETRY (TTh 1:00) (3)
5851 1B lOMETftY LAB (T 2:00-5:00) (0)
5851 2BIOMETRY LAB (Th 2;00-5j00) (0)
5870 1MOLECU GENE (TTh 8:00-9:15) (4)
5871 1MOLECU GENE LAB (Th 12:00-3:00) (0)
5890 1VIRO:OGY(TTh 10:00) (2)
5995 1INTERNSHIP (TBA) (1)
6003 1SEMINAR (TBA) M)
6050 1BIOGEOGRAPHY (S 9:00"12:00) (3)
650i� 1RES PROB (TbA) (?)
6514 1RES PROB (TBA) (2)
6994 1INTERNSHIP (TSA)1)
6995 1THESIS (TBA; (3)
6996 1THESIS (TBA) (3)
6999 1RESIDENCE (IHA) (0)
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TOPICS IN MGT AND MKT (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
TOPICS IN MGT AND MKT (MWF 10:00) (3)
TOPICS IN REAL ESTATE (TTh 12:302:00) (3)
MGMT SCIENCE I (T 6:30"9:30) (3)
MGMT SCIENCE II (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
INTERNATIONAL BUS (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
BUSINESS MKT RESEARCH (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
BUSINESS POLICIES (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAV (MW 3:30-5:00) (3)
MARKET ING MGT II (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
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1 GEN DESCRIPT CHEM (MTThF 10:00) (4)
2 GEN DESCRIPT CHEM (MTWTh 1:00) (4)
1 3ASIC GEN & ORG CHEM (TTh 12:30"1:45) (3)
1 BASIC GEN 4 ORG CHEM LAB (W 2:OO"5:00) (1)
2 BASIC GEN 4 ORG CHEM LAB (Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
3 BASIC GEN & ORG CHEM LAB (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
1 GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL (MWF 10:00) (3)
2 GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL (MWF 10:00) (3)
3 GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL (MWF 11:00) (3)
4 GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL (MWF 11:00) (3)
1 GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (M 2:00"5:00) (1)
2 GEN CHEM 4 QJAL ANAL LAB (M 2:O0"5:00) (1)
3 GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
4 GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LA8 (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
5 GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
6 GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (T 2:005:00) (1)
7 GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (W 2:O05:00) (1)
8 CEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (W 2:00-5:00) (1)
9 GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
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GEN CHEM 4 QUAl ANAL (MWF 10:00) (3)
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL (MWF 10:00) (3)
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAl (MWf 1:00) (3)
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL (MWF 1:00) (3)
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (M 2:00-5:00)
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (M 2:00"5:00)
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (T �:00-5:00)
GEN CHEW 4 QUAl ANAL LAB (T 2:00-5:00)
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (W 2:00-5:00)
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAl LAB (W ?:00"5:00)
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (Th 8:00-11:00
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (Th 9:00-11:00
GEN CHEM 4 QUAL ANAL LAB (Th ?:00-5:00)
GEN CHEM 4 QJAL ANAL LAB (Th ?:00-5:00)
CHEM ENER 4 ENVIRON (MWF 9:00) (3)
CHEM ENER 4 ENVIR LAB (Th 9:00-11:00) (
QUANT 4 INS1RUM ANAL (MWF 11:00) (3)
QUANT 4 INSTRUM ANAL LAB (MW 2:00-5:00)
QJANT 4 INSTRUM ANAL LAB (TTh 2:00-5:00
BASIC BIOCHEM (MWF 9:00) (3)
BASIC BIOCHEM (MWF 9:00) (?)
3ASIC BIOCHEM (TTh 12:30"1:l�5) (3)
BASIC BIOCHEM (TTh 12:30"1:i�5 (3)
BASIC BIOCHEM Uh y:00"3:15) 13)
BASIC BIOCHEM (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (M 1?:00"3:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (M 1:00-3:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (M 3:00-6:00) (1)
BASIC BI0CH91 LAB (M 3:00-6:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (T 8:00-11:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (T 2:00-5:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (W 8:00-11:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (W 2:00-5:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (Th 8:00-11:00) (1)
BASIC BIOCHEM LAB (Th 2:00-5:00) (1)
ORGANIC CHEM (MWF 9:00) (3)
ORGANIC CHEM LAB (TTh 2:00-5:00) (2)
ORGANIC CHEM (MWF 9:00) (3)
ORGANIC CHEM (MWF 9:00) (3)
ORGANIC CHEM LAB (MW 2:00-5:00) (2)
ORGANIC CHEM LAB (MW 3:00-6:00) (2)
ORGANIC CHEM LAB (TTh 8:00-11:00) (2)
ORGANIC CHEM LAB (TTh 11:00-2:00) (2)
ORGANIC CHEM LAB (TTH 3:00-6:00) (2)
ELEM INORG CHEM LAB (M 2:00-5:00) (1)
INTRO PHYS CHEM (MTThF 10:00) (4)
INTRO PHYS CHEM LAB (W 2:00-5:00) (1)
PHYSICAL CHEM (MTWF 10:00) (4)
PHYSICAL CHEM LAB (M 2:005:00) (1)
PHYSICAL CHEM LAB (T 2:00"5:00) (1)
INDEP STUDY (TBA) (3)
RES PROB CHEM (TBA) (3)
ADV INORGAN CHEM (MWF 9) (3)
ORGAN STRUC ELUCID (MWF 11) (2)
ORGAN STRUC ELUCIO LAB (TBA) (1)
INSTR COMPU INTERF (TBA) (3)
INSTR COMPU INTF LAB (TBA) (2)
CHEM SEMINAR (F 2:00) (1)
INTRO RESEARCH (TBA) (3)
RESEARCH (TBA) (2)
RESEARCH (TBA) (3)
SPEC TOP ORG CHEM (TTh 8:30-9:45) (3)
INTRO THEOR CHEM (MWF 1:00) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
RESIDENCE (TBA) (0)
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ANAL INDIV (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
INFORMATION SERV (T 25) (3)
COUNSEL THEORY TECH (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
GROUP PROCEDURES (Th 2:00-4:00) (2)
GROUP PROCEDURES (W 6:30"8:30) (?)
ORG ADMIN GUID SERV (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
SUPV PRAC COUNSELING (M-f 8"5) (3)
SEMINAR-COUN PROB (Th 5"7) (2)
DIRECTED READINGS (TBA) (2!
COUNSELING INTERNSHIP (TBAi
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COUNSELING INTERNSHIP (TBA
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SEM COMM HLTH EDUC (TBA) (1)
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COMM HLTH AOMIN (W ?"5) (3)
COMM HLTH EDUC I (Th ?"5) (3)
COMM HLTH EDUC II (Th 2�5) (3)
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INDEP STUDY (TBA) (3)
INTERN COMM HLTH (TBA) (3)
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THE CRIM JUST SYST (MW 3"4:30) (3)
THE CRIM OFFENDER (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
RESID INSTITUTIONS (TTh 9:30-10:45)(3)
COMM CORRECT (TTh 1?:30-1:45) (3)
AODICT CRIME CRIMN (MWF 9:30) (3)
CRIM INVESTIGA (TTh 23:15) (3)
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LINEAR ALG COMPUT APFL (TTh 12:30-1
INTRO DIGIT COMPUT (MWF 10) (3)
INTRO DIGIT COMPUT
INTRO DIGIT COMPUT
COMPUT ORG 4 PROGR
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EPIDEM HLTH PROF (T z"5) (3)
TRT OF ALCOHOLISM (T 6:30"9:30) (3)
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INTRO TO THEATRE (MW 11:00) 2)
INTRO TO THEATRE (TTh 11:00) (?)
JAZZ DANCE I (MTWTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
BALLET II (M-F 9:00) (3)
BALLET II (MTWTh 3:30-4:V5) (3)
BALLET II (M-F 9:00) (3)
CONTEMPORARY DANCE II (MTWTh 12:30"1:45) (3)
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HIST DANCE II LA6 (F 10:00-12:00) (2)
IHEATRE HISTORY (MWF 12:00) (3)
STAGE MANAGEMENT (T 1:00-3:00 (1)
THEATRE MANAGEMENT (TTh l:00-?:5) (3)
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INTRO TO COMPUTERS
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INTRO TO COMPUTERS (TTh 9:30-11:00)
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11:00-12:30) (3)
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PROB IN ADULT ED (TBA) (3)
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3401 1 LIQ SOL WSTE TREAT LAB (M 2"5) (0)
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4300 1 INST 4 REC AREA SAN (TTh 2:00-3:15)
4990 1 ENV HLTH INTERNS (TBA) (5)
4991 1 ENV HLTH INTERNS (TBA) (5)
6600 1 AIR QUALITY CON METH (T 6:30-9:30)
(W 2-5)
(1)
I
!3)
(0)
(3)
(3)
ELEM (Elementary Education)
0092
0092
0092
0092
0092
0092
2101
2101
2101
2101
2107
2107
3111
3111
3203
3203
3204
3204
3205
3205
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
REMEDIAL
REMEDIAL
REMEDIAL
REMEDIAL
REMEDIAL
REMEDIAL
INTRO TO
INTRO
INTRO
INTRO
EARLY
EARLY
LANG
LANG
TO
TO
TO
READING
READING
READING
READING
READING
READING
EDUC (MWF
EDUC (MWF
MW 1:00) (0)
(MW 1:00) (0)
(MM 1:00) (0)
(TTm 1:00) (0)
(TTh 1:00) (0)
(TTh 1:00) (0)
9:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
EOUC (MWF 12:00) (3)
EDUC (MWF 2:00) (3)
CHILD CURRICUL (MWF 8:00) (3)
CHILD CURRICUL (MWF 10:00) (3)
ARTS UEG (TTh 10:00-12:00) (4)
ARTS UEG (TTh 10:00-12:00) (4)
LANG ARTS LEG (MW 9:00-11:00) (4)
LANG ARTS LEG (MW 10:00-12:00) (4)
FUND OF READING (MWF 12:00) (3)
FUND OF READING (MWF 2:00) (3)
DIAG-PRESC TCHG RDG (MWF 1:00) (3)
DIAG-PRESC TCHG RDG (MWF 2:00) (3)
32053DIAG-PRESC TCHG RDC (MWF 2:00) (3)
32054DIAG-PRESC TCHG RDG (MWF 11:00) (3)
32055DIAG-PRESC TCHG RDG (M 6:3J"9:30) (3)
?3520MAI METH KIND EDUC (M-F 11:00) (2)
?32202MAT METH KIND EDUC (MF 11:00) (2)
?4304TCH LRN 4 TEST LEG (MWThF 12:00-2:15) (4)
?4304TCH LRN 4 TEST LEC (MWrHF 12:00-2:15) (4)
?4305TCH LRN 4 TEST UEG (M-F 8:00-11:00) (6)
4340OBS 4 STU TCH KIND (TBA) (8)
4341OBS 4 STU TCH LEG (TBA) (8)
4342OBS 4 STU TCH LEG (TBA) (8)
4343OBS 4 STU TCH LEG (TBA) (8)
4344OBS 4 STU TCH UEG (TBA) (8)
4345OBS 4 STU TCH UEG (TBA) (8)
4346OBS 4 STU TCH UEG (TBA) (8)
4347OBS 4 STU TCH UEG (TBA) (8)
4348OBS 4 STU TCH UEG (TBA) (8)
4532PROB IN EDUC (TBA) (1)
4533PROB IN EDUC (TBA) (1)
4534MOB IN EDUC (TBA) (1)
5309FOUNDA CURR ER CHI ED (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
5310TCH EVAL ER CHI ED (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
5312IMPROV READ INSTR (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
5316APPLIED PHONICS (MWF 8:00) (3)
5316APPLIED PHONICS (MWF 12:00) (3)
5316APPLIED PHONICS (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
5317READ JR 4 SR HI SCH (MWF 1:00) (3)
5317READ JR 4 SR HI SCH (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
6405INVEST TCH READING (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
6415TECH OF TCH ELEM SCH (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
6416PROB LO ELEM GRADES (TBA) (3)
6417PROB UPPER ELEM GRADES (TBA) (3)
6418REAO-THE LEARN BASES (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
6422REM OF READ DIS (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
6425ELEM SCH CURR (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
6488ADV LANG ARTS ELEM SC (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
?JANUARY 11-FEBRUARY 17
ENGL(English)
11001COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
11002COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
11003COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
11004COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
11005COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
11006COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
11007COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
11008COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
12001COMPOSITION fTTu 19.0-1:45) (3)
12002COMPOSITION (HWF 9:00) (3)
12003COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
12004COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
12005COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00"12:15) (3)
12006COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
12007COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
12008COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
12009COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
120011COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
120012COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
120013COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
120014COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
120015COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
120016COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
120017COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
120018COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
120019COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
120020COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
120021COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
120022COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
120023COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
120024COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
120025COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
120026COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
120027COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
120028COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
120029COMPOSITION (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
120030COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
120031COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
120C32COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
120033COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
120034COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
120035COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30"1:45) (3)
120036COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
120037COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
120038COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30"1:45) (3)
120039COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
120040COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
120041COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
120042COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
120043COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
120044COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
120045COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
120046COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
120048COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
120049COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
120051COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
120052COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
120053COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
120054COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
120055COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
120056COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
120057COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
120058COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
120059COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
120060COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
120061COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
120062COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
120063COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
120064COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
120065COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
120066COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
120067COMPOSITION TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
120068COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
120069COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
120070COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
120071COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00"9:15) (3)
120072COMPOSITION (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
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120073COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
120074COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
120075COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
120076COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
120077COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
120078COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
120079COMPOSITION (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
120080COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
120081COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
120082COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
120083COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
12008�COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30-1:15(3)
120085COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
120086COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
120087COMPOSITION (TTh 3:30i5) (3)
120088COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
120089COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
120090COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
120091COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
120092COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
120093COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
21001MAJOR BRITISH WRITERS (MWF 11:00) (3)
21002MAJOR BRITISH WRITERS (MWF 9:00) (3)
21003MAJOR BRITISH WRITERS (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
21231INTRO ENGLISH ED (T 9:30-l0:�5) (1)
22001MAJOR AMER WRITERS (TTh 11:0012:15) (3)
22002MAJOR AMER WRITERS (MWF 9:00) (3)
22003MAJOR AMER WRITERS (MWF 12:00) (3)
22004MAJOR AMER WRITERS (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
22005MAJOR AMER WRITERS (MWF 1:00) (3)
22006MAJOR AMER WRITERS (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
22007MAJOR AMER WRITERS (TTh 9:30-10:15) (3)
22008MAJOR AMER WRITERS (TTh 12:30-1 :�5) (3)
22009MAJOR AMER WRITERS (MWF 2:00) (3)
2200 10MAJOR AMER WRITERS (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
2200 11MAJOR AMER WRITERS (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
23001RECENT BRIT AM WRITER (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
23002RECENT BRIT AM WRITER (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
27101ENGLISH GRAMMAR (MWF 11:00) (3)
27102ENGLISH GRAMMAR (MWF 9:00) (3)
27501GRAM LING ELEM MAJORS (MWF 1:00) (3)
27502GRAM LING aEM MAJORS (TTh 12:30"1:�5) (3)
27503GRAM LING ELEM MAJORS (TTh 9:30-10-45) (3)
2750�GRAM LING ELEM MAJORS (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
27505GRAM LING ELEM MAJORS (MWF 8:00) (3)
3260BLACK LIT AMERICA (TTh 9:30-10:15) (3)
3410INTRO TO POETRY (TTh 12:30"1:45) (3)
3460CLASSICAL MYTH (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
3480SCIENCE FICTION (MWF 2:00) (3)
3570AMERICAN FOLKLORE (MWF 12:00) (3)
35702AMERICAN FOLKLORE (MWF 2:00) (3)
35703AMERICAN FOLKLORE (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
35704AMERICAN FOLKLORE (MWF 1:00) (3)
35705AMERICAN FOLKLORE (MWF 10:00) (3)
35706AMERICAN FOLKLORE (MWF 11:00) (3)
35707AMERICAN FOLKLORE (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
3600FROM HOMER TO DANTE (T 6:30"9:30) (3)
3610HUMAN VALUES IN LIT (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
3610HUMAN VALUES IN LIT (MWF 1:00) (3)
3610HUMAN VALUES IN LIT (MWF 11:00) (3)
3620ORIENTAL LIT (MWF 10:00) (3)
3710ADV ENG GRAMMAR (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
3760LING THEORY SP CLIN (MWF 9:00) (3)
3810ADV COMPOSIilON (TTh 9:30-10:15) (3)
3810INTRO POETRY WRIT (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
3850INTRO FICTION WRIT (TTh 3:30-i;i5) (3)
3860INTRO NON FIC WRIT (TTh 12:30-1:15) (3)
1010MEDIEVAL LIT (MWF 9:00) (3)
4050ENGL RENAISSANCE (MWF 11:00) (3)
4080SHAKESPEARE COMEDIES (MWF 12:00) (3)
4090SHAKESPEARE TRAG (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
4150THE ROMANTIC PER (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
4170VICTORIAN LIT (MWF 1:00) (3)
4250AMER LIT: 1865"1920 (TTh 9:30-10 15) (3)
1323TEACH ENGL HIGH SC (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
1510DIRECTED READINGS (TBA) (3)
1520DIRECTED READINGS (TBA) (3)
H550SENIOR HONORS SEM (TBA) (3)
1555SENIOR HONORS SEM (TBA) (3)
1890PRACT: CAREERS IN WRIT (MWF 1:00) (3)
1920 .FILM LIT & HIST II (MW 2:00-4:00) (3)
1950LIT FOR CHILDREN (Th 6:30-5:30) (3)
1950 ;LIT FOR CHILDREN (MWF 1:00) (3)
�?950 :LIT FOR CHILDREN (MWF 2:00) (3)
4950 1LIT FOR CHILDREN (TTh 12:30-1:15) (3)
1960LIT FOR HIGH SCH (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
5110MILTON (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
5230SOUTH REGION WRIT (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
5250AMER NOVtL 1800"1920 (MWF 1:00) (3)
53�0 1MODERN PROSE LIT (MWF 10:00) (3)
5ii0 1CONTEMP DRAMA (MWF 11:00) (3)
5470 1CONTEMP POETRY (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
5720 1DESCRIPT LINGUISTICS (MWF 10:00) (3)
5840 1ADV POETRY WRITING (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
5850 1ADV FICTION WRITING (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
5860 1ADV NON-FICTION WRIT (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
5870 1ADV EDITING (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
5880 1ADV WRIT BUS 4 IND (TTh ?:003:15 (3)
5900 1SPECIAL ST IN FILMS (TTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
60H0 1SPECIAL STUDIES SEM I (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
6050 116 C ENGL LIT (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
6090 1SPEC STUDIES SEM II (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
6120 1AGE OF POPE (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
6230 1WHITMAN (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
6250 1AMERICAN REALISM (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
6320 1MODERN BRITISH NOVEL (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
6710 1INTR OLO ENGL (MWF 9) (3)
6980 1ADV STUD CHILD LIT (Th 6:30"9:30) (3)
6990 1TEACH INTERNSHIP (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
6995 1THESIS (TBA) (3)
6996 1THESIS (TBA) (3)
6999 1RESIDENCE (TBA) (0)
FINA (Finance)
3724
3724
3724
3724
3724
3724
3724
3724
3724
3724
3724
3724
3724
4304
4964
4874
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
1
1
1
FINANCIAL MGMT (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT (TTh 8:00-9:30) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT (MWF 9:00) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT (MWF 9:00) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT (MWF 9:00) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT (MWF 10:00) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT .(MWF 10:00) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT (MWF 1:00) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT (MWF 1:00) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT (MWF 2:00) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT (MWF 2:00) (3)
FINANCIAL MGMT (MWF 2:00) (3)
INVESTMENTS (MWF 1:00) (3)
TOPICS IN FINANCE (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
PROPERTY INSURANCE (MWF 3:00) (3)
FREN (French)
1001
1001
1001
100?
1002
1002
1002
1002
1002
1003
1003
1003
1004
1004
2100
2115
2123
2222
3215
3232
3233
4385
HSEM (Honors Seminar;
2050 1 COMEDY (T 7:00-9:00) (3)
1000
1000
1000
�300
,000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
200?
2003
2004
2005
2005
2006
2007
2007
2008
?008
2008
2019
3005
3006
3007
3047
3049
3054
3055
3072
3072
3078
� 4015
5005
5007
5080
5083
5098
6003
6008
6012
5501
5502
5503
65?1
6500
6501
6502
6503
6504
6995
6996
6999
�4323
1
2
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
2
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
9:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
12:00) (3)
8:00) (3)
9:00) (3)
10:00) (3)
10:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
1:00) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 12:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(MWF 12:00) (3)
;1Th 9:00) (2)
LlZATION (TTh 1:00) (2)
PROSP TCHR (W 2:00) (l)
ELEM FRENCH (MWF
ELEM FRENCH (MWF
ELEM FRENCH (MWF
ELEM FRENCH (MWF
ELEM FRENCH (MWF
ELEM FRENCH (MWF
EL91 FRENCH (MWF
ELEM FRENCH (MWF
ELEM FRENCH (MWF
INTERMED
INTERMED
INTERMED
INTERMED
INTERMED
CONTEMP FRANCF
FRENCH CIV
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FREN BLK LIT IN TRANS (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
PRACT PHONETICS (TTh 10:00) (2)
FREN LIT 1718 CENT (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
FREN LIT 1920 CENT (TTh 2:003:15) (3)
HIST FRENCH LANG (MWF 10:00) (3)
FRENCH
FRENCH
FRENCH
FRENCH
FRENCH
GEOG (Geography)
1500
1500
1501
1501
1501
1501
1501
1501
1501
1501
1501
1600
1601
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
4 MAN (MWF 8:00) (3)
4 MAN (MWF 9:00) (3)
4 MAN (MWF 10:00) (3)
4 MAN (MWF 11:00) (3)
4 MAN (MWF 12:00) (3)
4 MAN (MWF 1:00) (3)
4 MAN (MWF ?:00) (3)
4 MAN (MWF 3:00) (3)
4 MAN (TTh 9:3010:45) (3)
4 MAN (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
GFOG PT 2 (MWF 11:00 )(3)
00) (3)
EARTH
EARTH
FARTH
EARTH
EARTH
EARTH
EARTH
EARTH
EARTH
EARTH
WORLD
ECONOMIC (MWF 9:
PHYS
PHYS
PHYS
PhYS
PHYS
PHYS
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
GEOG
PT
PT
PT
PT
PI
PT
(4)
00-3:00)
00-5:00)
(4)
(T 1:00-3:00) I
(T 3:00-5:00)
(MWF 9:00
LAB (Th 1
LAB (Th 3
(MWF 9:00
LAB
LAB
(0)
(0)
0)
(0)
MAP
MAP
MAP
READING
RLACING
READING
3)
(2
INTER (TTh 9:00-11:00
INTER (TTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
INTER (TTh 11:00-1:00) (3)
GEOG RFCREATION (TTh 2:00) (2)
ENV RESOURCES (MWF 11:00) (3)
UNOERDLV LANDS (TTh 10:00) (2)
CULT GEOG (TTh 10:00) (2)
WESTERN EUROPE (MWF 10:00) (3)
SOUTH AMERICA (MWF 11:00) (3)
CARIBBEAN (TTh 11:00) (2)
NORTH CAROLINA (TTh 10:00) (2)
CARTOGRAPHY (M 1:00"5:00) (3)
CARTOGRAPHY (TTh 2:00-4:00) (3)
GEOGRAPHY SFMINAR (T 1:00) (1)
SOILS (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
SETTLEMENT 4 LAND USE (T 2:00"4:00)
SEMINAR-URBAN (TTh 1:00-3:00) (3)
AOV CARTOGRAPHY (TTh 9:00"11:00) (3)
AEREAL PHOTO INTER (MWF 11:00) (3)
HYDROLOGY (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
SEMINAR-PHYS GEOG (M ?:00-4:00) (2)
POLITICAL GEOG (W 2:00-5:00) (3)
CLIMATOLOGY (MWF 11:00) (3)
PROBLEMS (TBA) (1)
PROBLEMS (TBA) (2)
PROBLEMS (TBA) (3)
READINGS (TBA) (3)
RESEARCH URBAN (TBA) (3)
RESEARCH ECONOMIC (TBA) (3)
RESEARCH CARTOGRAPHY (TBA) (3)
RESEARCH PHYSICAL (TBA) (3)
RESEARCH GEOG ED (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
RESIDENCE (TBA) (0)
TEACH GEOG HIGH SCH (MWF
(Jan. 11 - Feb. 13)
9:00-12:00) (3)
GEOL (Geology)
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
1
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
PHYSICAL
HIST CEOL
HIST GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
GEOL
(MWF 9:00) (3)
(TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
LAB (M 12:00-3:00) (1)
LAB (M 12:00-3:00) (1)
(M 3:00-6:00) (1)
(T 12:00-3:00) (1)
(T 3:00-6:00) (1)
(W 12:00-3:00) (1)
(W 3:00-6:00) (1)
(Th 12:00-3:00) (1)
LAB
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LAB
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LAB
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LAB
(Th
6:30-9:30)
(MWF 10:00) (3)
LAB (M 12:00-2:00) (1)
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9 WORLO HIST TO 1500 (MWF 12:00) (3)
10 WORLD HIST TO 1500 (MWF 12:00) (3)
11 WORLO HIST TO 1500 (MWF 1:00) (3)
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HIST FUR SINCE 191 (MWF 9:00) (3)
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THE ABC POWERS (MWF 12:00) (3)
NC HIS SINCE 1835 (TTh 11:00"12:15) (3)
MAT MTETH SOC STUD (MTWTh 9:00-11:00) (3)
ENG HIST SINCE 1603 (MWF 10:00) (3)
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DIRECTED READINGS (TBA) (1)
HONORS (TBA) (3)
HIST OF MOD JAPAN (MWF 10:00) (3)
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PRSM 20 CENT EUR HI (MWF 2:00) (3)
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SEMINAR EUR HIST (MW 12:00) (2)
THESIS (TBA) (2)
THESIS (TBA) (2)
RESIDENCE (TBA) (0)
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AM HIST SINCE 1877 (MWF 11:00) (3)
HIST EUR SINCE 1500 (MWF 11:00) (3)
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HLTH EDUC PROB (MWF 10:00-1:00) (3)
IND ST'JOY (TBA) (2)
ALCOHOL EDUC (T 2:00-5:00) (3)
DRUG EDUC (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
�COURSE ENDS FEBRUARY 17, 1978
HOME (Home Economics)
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1006
103
103
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1035
1036
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(Th 8:00-11:00) (0)
(T 2:00-5:00) (0)
FOOD
FOOO
FOOD LAB
FOOO LAB
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CLOTHING
CLOTHING
CLOTHING
CLOTHING
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FAMILY RELATIONS
FAMILY RELATIONS
FAMILY RELATIONS
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(TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
(TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
(W 6:30-9:30) (3)
8:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
30-9:30) (3)
(TTh 2:00-3:15) (2)
ED (W 11:00) (1)
(TTh 12:30-2:00) (2)
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TEXTILES (TTh 10
(TTh 12:301:5) (3)
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ADV NUTRITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
FURN CONSTR ANAL (W 12:00) (3)
FURN C0N3TR LAB (MF 12:00-2:00) (0)
CCNTEMP HOUSING (F 10:00) (3)
CONT HOUSING LAB (MW 10:00-12:00) (0)
CONSUMER EQUIPMENT (MW 8:00) (3)
CONSUMER EQUIP LAB (T 6:00-11:00) (0)
DIR BEH DEV CHILDRN (MWF :00) (3)
PRESCH METH 4 MAT (TTh 2:00-4:00) (8!
CURRICUL DEVELOP (TTh 2:00-3:15
METHODS TCHG HE (M"F 10:00-12:00;
QUANTITY FOOD (M 12:00) (3)
QUANTITY FOOD LAB (W 10:00-1:00)
SEMINAR (F 8:00) (1)
DISPLAY TEX & FURN (7 1:00-4:00)
MG7 OF RESOURCES (F 11:00) (3)
MG7 RESOURCES LAB (MW 11:00-1:00) (0)
INDEP S7UDY (TBA) (3)
INDEP S7UDY (7BA) (3)
INDEP STUDY (7BA) (3)
EC (7BA) (1)
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N (TBA) (4)
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OCCUP PROGR IN HE (Th 5:00-8:00) (3)
HUMAN DEV 4 FAM KEL (TTh 8:00"9:15) (3!
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TEXTILES FURN LAB (Th 1:00-5:00) (0)
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FOOD SERV EQUIP (TTh 12:30-2:00) (3)
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EVALUATION IN HOME EC (W 5:00-8:00)
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INDEP STUDY (TBA) (3)
INDEP STUDY (TBA) (3)
INDEP STUDY (TBA) (3)
INTERNSHP CHLD SPEC I (M 3:00) (3)
INTRNSHP CHLD SPEC II (M 3:00) (3)
INTRNSHP CLOTH 4 TEX (TBA) (3)
INTRNSHP CLOTH 4 TEX (TBA) (3)
INTRNSHP HOME EC EDUC (TBA (3)
INTRNSHP HOME EC EDUC (TBA) (3)
INTRNSHP FOOD 4 NUTR (TBA) (3)
INTRNSHP FOOD 4 NUTR (TBA) (3)
INTRNSHP HOUSING MGT (TBA) (3)
INTRNSHP HOUSING MGT (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
THESIS (7BA) (3)
RESIDENCE (7BA) (0)
ADV QUAN7I7Y MG7 LAB
(3)
(7h 6:00-9:00) (0)
HPRO (Health Professions)
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2100 2 PERSPECT IN HLTH CARE (W 6:30"8:30) (2)
4300 1 COMM HLTH 4 ORGS (T 6:00"8:00) (2)
4300 2 COMM HLTH 4 ORGS (W 3:00-5:00) (2)
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4305 2 ADM, SUP CONS HLTH PRO (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
4320 1 NEUROANATOMY (MTWF 8:00) (3)
4321 1 NEUROANATOMY LAB (MTWF 8:00) (0)
4350 1 RESEARCH DESIGN (MW 2:00) (2)
4350 2 RESEARCH DESIGN (T 9:00-11:00) (2)
4350 3 RESEARCH DESIGN (MW 10:00-12:00) (2)
4361 1 MED SCI II (MWF 3:30-5:00) (4)
�COURSE BEGINS MARCH 13
INDT (Industrial Technology)
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SENIOR LIFESAVING (MW 2:00-3:30) (2)
S J M - MOD DANCE (TTh 8:00-10:00) (1)
S & M - FLK & SQ DNCE (TTh 8:00-10:00) (1)
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WATER SAFETY INSTR (MWF 3:00"6:00) (3)
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PRAC & PROC ERLY CHILD (TTh 12:00) (2)
CREAT HOV & DNC CHILD (TTh 10:00-12:00) (2)
COACHING THEORIES (TTh 2:00) (2)
COACHING TRACK (MW 12:00-1:30) (1)
COACHING GYMNASTICS (MW 12:00-1:30) (1)
COACHING SWIMMING (TTh 12:00-1:30) (1)
COACHING BASEBALL (TTh 12:00-1:30) (1)
S & M SOCCER SPEDBL (MF 10:00-12:00) (1)
S & M FOOTBALL (MF 10:00-12:00) (1)
S M WRESTL INC (MW 8:00-10:00) (1)
S & M TRACK (MW 12:00-2:00) (1)
S M TENNIS (TTh 8:00-10:00) (1)
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H TEACH INC FHYE (MTWThF R:00"9:30) (3)
� H TEACHING PHYE (MTWThF 8:00-9:30) (3)
ORG & ADM PHYF (MWF 9:00) (3)
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PHYS OF EXERC (MW 2:00-3:00; F 2:00-4:00) (3)
DEV 4 ADAPT ACT (TTh 00) (2)
PER EMOT HAND (MWf 10:00) (3)
' IT HAND (TTh 00-9:30) (3)
ICULUM IN PHYE (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
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PRACTICUM (M 4:00) (1)
PRACTICUM (TTh 4:00) (?)
THESIS (T 6:30) (3)
THESIS (Th 6:30) (3)
ROM JANUARY 11 - MARCH 23
ROM MARCH 28 - APRIL 28
ROM JANUARY 11 - MARCH 3
ROM MARCH 13 "APRIL 28
ROM JANUARY 11 - FEBRUARY 17
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GEN PHYS LAB (W 4:00-6:00)
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ADV GEN PHYS (MTWTh 1:00) (4)
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PROB IN PHYS (TSA) (1)
PROB IN PHYS (TBA) (l)
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APPLIED MATH I (MWF 12:00) (3)
INST COMP INTERFACING (TBA) (3)
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PLAN TECH II (MWF 12:00) (3)
PLAN LEGISLATION (TTh 11:00) (2)
SEMINAR IN URBAN PLAN Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
POLS (Political Science)
10101AMER GOVERNMENT (MWF 8:00) (3)
10102AMER GOVERNMENT (MWF 9:00) (3)
10103AMER GOVERNMENT (MWF 9:00) (3)
10104AMER GOVERNMENT (MWF 10:00) (3)
10105AMER GOVERNMENT (MWF 11:00) (3)
10106AMER GOVERNMENT (MWF 11:00) (3)
10107AMER GOVERNMENT (MWF 12:00) (3)
10108AMER GOVERNMENT (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
10109AMER GOVERNMENT (TTh :30-lO:U5) (3)
101010AMER GOVERNMENT (TTh :30-l0:�45 (3)
1010AMER GOVERNMENT (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
101012AMER GOVERNMENT (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
2102STATE 4 LOCAL GOVT (MWF 10:00) (3)
21022STATE 4 LOCAL GOVT (MWF 1:00) (3)
2102STATE 4 LOCAL GOVT (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3
2106INTRO INTERN RELAT (MWF 9:00) (3)
2107INT COMP GOVT POL (TTh 12:30-1 :��5) (3)
2108INT POLIT THEORY (MWF 11:00) (3)
3011POLITICAL ISSUES (MWF 10:00) (3)
3035AM POL PRTS POLIT (MWF 9:00) (3)
3203AMERICAN EXECUTIVE (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
323VW EUR POLITIC SYST (MWF 11:00) (3)
3?t1URBAN POLITIC SYST (MWF 12:00) (3)
3253GOVT FISCAL ADMIN (MWF 11:00) (3)
3265AFRICAN POL SYSTEM (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3
3295INTERNATIONAL LAW (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
3370AMER POLITIC THGHT (MWF 9:00) (3)
4321CONTEMP SOUTH POL (TTh 12:301:U5) (3)
4325CONSTITUTIONAL LAW (TTh 9:30-10:15) (3)
4373WEST POL THOUGHT 2 (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3
4380INTERNAT POLITICS (MWF 1:00) (3)
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4552HONORS (TBA) (3)
6040PROB STATE GOVERN (M 2:00-5:00) (3)
6070CONS LAW: CIVIL LIB (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
6150SEM PUBLIC ADMIN (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
6230SEMINAR POL THEORY (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
6421MIDDLE EAST POLS (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
6440SEM INTERN ORGAN IZ (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
PADM (Public Administration See page 12)
PRCA (Parks, Recreation & Conservation)
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2000 2 INT LEI SER (MWF 9:00) (3)
3000 1 GRP PROC LEI SER (TTh 11:00) (2)
3000 2 GRP PROC LEI SER (TTh 12:00) (2)
3001 1 GRP PROC LEI SER LAB (M 2:00-4:00) (1)
3002 1 REC PLAN 4 ADM (TTh 2:00) (2)
3002 2 REC PLAN 4 ADM (TTh 3:00) (2)
3100 1 COMM 4 SCHL REC (W 6:30-9:30) (2)
3101 1 REC PROG 4 DESIGN (MWF 10:00) (3)
3101 2 REC PROG 4 DESIGN (MWF 12:00) (3)
3200 1 THERAP REC (MWF 1:00) (3)
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100?
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1250
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1260
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FIE BIO FOR ELE MAJ (TTh 1:00-3:00) (?)
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(MW 10:00-12:00) (2)
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(MW 1:00-3:00) (2)
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INTR AUD VIS INSTR (MTWThF 10:00) (2)
INTR AUD VIS INSTR (MTWThF 11:00) (2)
INTR AJD VIS INSTR (MTWThF 12:00) (2)
INTR AUD VIS INSTR (MTWThF 1:00) (2)
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INTR AUD VIS
INTR AUD VIS
INTR AUD VIS INSTR (Th 6:30-9:30) (2
THE SECONDARY SCH (MTWThF 8:00-9:30) (3)
THE SECONDARY SCH (MWF 10:00) (3)
THE SECONDARY SCH (MTWThF 10:00-11:30) (3)
THE SECONDARY SCH (MTWThF 12:00-1:30) (3)
OBS SUP TCH HI SCH (TBA) (8)
EDUC COMM METH MAT (1 6:30"9:30) (3)
DES MULT INST MAT (W 3:00-6:00) (3)
INTRO EDUC TV (W 6:30"9:30) (3)
HIST 4 PHIL EDUC (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
FOUND CURRIC DEV (MWF 8:00) (3)
FOUND CURRIC DEV (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
ST AT IN EDUC (T 6:30"9:30) (2)
FLO PROB EDUC COMM (TBA) (3)
INST OEVE EDUC COMM (TBA) (3)
FOUND AMER EDUC (M 6:30"9:30) (3)
FOUND AMER EOUC (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
INTRO RESARCH (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
INTRO TO RESEARCH (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
INTRO TO RESEARCH (Th 6:30"9:30) (3)
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SLAP (Speech, Lang. & Auditory Pathology)
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400
2401
3100
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ANAT PHYS SP HRG ME.CH (MWF 9:00) (3)
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PRO APPRAI IN SP PA1H (MW 1:00) (2)
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55111 SPEC PROB SP 4 HRG (TBA) (2)
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60011 ADV AUD EVAL (T 1:00-4:00) (3)
60031 HEARING REHAB (TBA) (3)
61011 LANG DIS IN CHILDREN (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
61021 RESEARCH OESIGN SP HRG (MWF 11:00) (3)
61071 NEURAL PATHOLOGIES (TTh 9:00-11:00) (3)
61081 SEM ARTICULATION (MWF 10:00) (3)
62251 CLIN PRACT IN SP (W 4:00) (1)
62261 CLIN PRACT IN SP (W 4:00) (2)
62271 CLIN PRACT IN SP (W 4:00) (3)
6230CLIN PRACT IN AUD (W 4:00) (1)
6520MASTER OF SCI PAPER (TBA) (2)
6521READ SP HRG RESEARCH (TBA) (1)
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6995THESIS SP HRG (TBA) (3)
6996THESIS SP HRG (IBA) (3)
6997THESIS SP HRG (TBA) (3)
6999RESIDENCY (TBA) (0)
?JANUARY 11 -FEBRUARY 15
SOCI(Sociology)
10251COURTSHIP 4 MARRIAGE (MWF 12:00) (3)
10252COURTSHIP 4 MARRIAGE (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
10253COURTSHIP 4 MARRIAGE (TTh 12:30-1:1-5) (3)
21101INTRO SOCIOL (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
21102INTRO SOCIOL (MWF 8:00) (3)
21103INTRO SOCIOL (MWF 9:00) (3)
21104INTRO SOCIOL (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
21105INTRO SOCIOL (MWF 10:00) (3)
21106INTRO SOCIOL (MWF 10:00) (3)
21107INTRO SOCIOL (MWF 11:00) (3)
21108INTRO SOCIOL (MWF 12:00) (3)
21109INTRO SOCIOL (MWF 1:00) (3)
211010INTRO SOCIOL (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
211011INTRO SOCIOL (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
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21112MOOERN SOCIAL PROBL (TTh 8:00"9:15) (3)
21113MODERN SOCIAL PROBLEMS (MWF 9:00) (3)
21114MODERN SOCIAL PROBL (MWF 12:00) (3)
32251URBAN SOCIOL (MWF 11:00) (3)
32351POP TRENDS 5 PROB (MWF 9:00) (3)
32801INDUSTR SOCIOL (TTh 12:00) (2)
43251MARRIAGE 4 FAMILY (TTh 3:30"4:45) (3)
43301CRIMINOLOGY (MWF 1:00) (3)
43371ADV PRINCIPLES (MWF 9:00) (3)
43411SOCI of RELIGION (MWF 1:00) (3)
43451RACIAL 4 CULT MIN (TTh 11:00) (?)
43701METH SOCIAL RESEARCH (MWF 1:00) (3)
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45232READINGS-01ST LECT SOCI THEOR (TBA) (3)
53171MEDICAL SOCIOL (MWF 10:00) (3)
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53361SOCIOL OF AGED (W 2:00-4:00) (2)
53431SOCIETY 4 INDIV (TTh 12:00) (2)
53851HIST OF SOCIOL (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
64291SEM SOCIAL ORGAN (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
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64881SEM RESEARCH METH (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
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ORG MGT S WELF SYS (T 8:00-11:00) (3)
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3 ELEM SPANISH (MWF 10:00) (3)
4 ELEM SPANISH (MWF 11:00) (3)
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100?5ELEM SPANISH (MWF 1?:00) (3)
100?6ELEM SPANISH (MWF 1:00) (3)
10031INTERMED SPANISH (MWF 9:00) (3)
10032INTERMED SPANISH (MWF 10:00) (3)
10033INTERMED SPANISH (MWF ?:00) (3)
100i1INTERMED SPANISH (MWF r:00) (3)
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Cinema,
Oct. 12-13
11 October 1977 FOUNTAINHEAD Page 23
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by Steve Bachner
The Spy
Who Loved Me'
The title song is a big hit-and so, not surprisingly, is the tenth
James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me. Fantasy was big at the box
offioe this past summer, so the more outlandish vehicles like this one
and "Star Wars" surpassed movies similar to"Sorcerer a 21-million
dollar fim that is now a tax writeoff, and "Exorcist 2: The Heretic
"The Spy Who Loved Me" is pretty extravagant fare anyway. Its
well spent 13-million dollar budget affords some of the most
unbelievable gadgets, scenery, and stunts ever in a Bond movie.
Surely one of the most talked about stunts is performed even before
the title is flashed. Being chased on skis, our hero evades some
Russian spies by jumping off a mountain. In mid-flight he kicks away
the burden of the skis and soon reveals a parachute which sports
England's Union Jack colas.
If that isn't enough, fhere is exotic location footage of Egypt; camp
plot, dealing with the theft of both American and Russian submarines
by master-villain Stromberg (Curt Jergens), and the usual harem of
beautiful Bond women. Among them, Barbara Bach, the agent who
swears to kill Mr. Bond after their mission together is over, is the
sexiest.
BOTTLED BOND
Served up in the most pretentious of the series are fragments from
almost all of the earlier films Sure, each installment builds on the
previous one. But there are more than a couple of ideas that have
been obviously borrowed from earlier episodes. Those skiing
sequences are right out of "On Her Majesty's Secret Service The
interplay between an American agent and a Russian spy is dealt with in
Trom Russia with Love And the huge ocean tanker that engulfs
our submarines is a variation on the space ship that does the same sort
of thing in "You Only Live Twice
Roger Moore seems more comfortable in his role as agent 007 here
than in his two previous trials, but he is no better than a stand-in for
the old master, Sean Connery. Still, he delivers the script's many
double entendres with a dignified abandon.
Thanks to another excellent production; the usual lively soundtrack
score, oomposed by Marvin Hamlisch; a huge budget, and dogmatic
direction by LewisGilbert, the most arrogant of the Bond succession is
also the most fun.
The Last Remake
of Beau Geste'
How long will it be before Madeline Kahn tries her hand at
directing? Another of the Mel Brooks gang, Gene Wilder ("Sherlock
Holmes' Smarter Brother") is working on a parody of old Valentino
films. Meanwhile, British master of the ludicrous, Marty Feldman is
riding the tide of his latest-a poke at "Beau Geste" and its
remakes-which he wrote, directed, and starred in.
For Feldman'sTHE LAST REMAKE OF BEAU GESTE the tide
only goes out. A good cast-Trevor Howard, Ann Margret, Peter
Ustinov, and Michael York among them-is wasted in what comes off as
a string of clumsily rendered slapstick bits.
BRAILLE NUDE
The movie is chiefly made-up of sight gagas. A few of them, in the
first half hour of "Geste are riotously funny. In the Hollywood
tradition of years past, the pages fly off a calendar until they nearly
bury Spike Milligan. A newspaper spins its important headline in your
direction but never stops long enough fa it to be read. And in one
scene, a blind legionnaire bids his goodnight to a nude poster of a
woman�done in Braille.
Unfatunately, Feldman runs out of good gags about a third of the
way through the movie and the comedy is reduced to a gambol in the
dessert. The routines are faced, overdone, silly, and, in many
instances, in poa taste. The camera zooms in fa a close-up of Henry
Gibson's bare bottom and then pans to a patrait of Napoleon, whose
misplaced hand has found its way into his pants. Good lines, like the
one spajted by Treva Howard as he contemplates candidates fa the
Geste name in an aphanage ("He looks Jewish! I want a hero, not a
dentist), are almost fagotton by the film'send.
The inexperienoed Feldman has nobody to blame but himself fa
this disjointed folly. He not only directs and stars but also co-authas
bah stay and saeenplay.
The oily thing Marty is really guilty of is trying too hard.
Scholars seminar scheduled
ByRENEEDIXON
Staff Writer
A symposium will be held
Wednesday and Thursday, Oct.
12 and 13 to discuss the interac-
tion between the Greenville police
and the ECU community.
This event is sponsaed by the
East Carolina League of Univer-
sity Scholars and the ECU
Student Government Associa-
tion. The symposium will be held
in Mendenhall Student Center,
room 244. All ECU students,
faculty, and staff are encouraged
to attend.
Wednesday maning's sessiais
will begin at 10 a.m. with a
lecture by Dr. David B. Stevens,
ECU Attaney, ai "The Legal
Aspects of Campus Security At
11 a.m. the participants will
discuss the purpose and goals of
the symposium.
After a lunch break, at 1 p.m.
Mr. Hugh Benson, Juvenile
Officer fa the City of Greenville,
will address the group concerning
hisresponsibilitiesasa city police
offioer. At 2 O'clock Joseph H.
Calder, Directa of Security and
Traffic, ECU, will entertain
questions concerning the campus
parking situation and other
pertinent topics. Refreshments
will be served following this
presentation.
The second day of the sym-
posium will begin at 10 a.m. with
a lecture entitled, "The Polioe
Response to Student Gatherings
Off Campus by James M.
Campbell, Assistant Professa of
Social Work and Correctional
Services at ECU. Campbell will
discuss the basic problems sur-
rounding the situation and make
recommendations fa alleviating
the problems. A movie, "Every
Hour, Every Day concerning
community relations will be
shown at 11 a.m.
After a lunch break, the
symposium will reassemble fa a
final sessioi at 1 p.m. Herman G.
Moeller, Professa of Social Wak
and Carediaial Services at ECU
will consider "Basic Issues in
Polioe and Community Relations
from a national viewpoint by
presenting alternatives that aher
cities have chosen to improve
interaction.
The purpose of the
symposium is "to discuss basic
problems fa the polioe in com-
munity relationsand to promae a
better understanding and com-
munication between the ECU
community, Campus Polioe, and
the Greenville City Police.
ECU students and staff mem-
bers now have an oppatunity to
voice opinions and suggestions
concerning polioe interaction on
campus.
Trends
Photo by Jeff Ftobb)
A RECORD CROWD of over 25,000 enjoyed the ECU game Saturday.
Coffeehouse offers alternative
By LYNN HUGHES
Staff Writer
Thursday night, October 6.
Coffeehouse featured Mike
McDonald, an ECU student from
Virginia whose mellow music has
given him the oppatunity to
perfam at Mendenhall several
times.
A vocalist and guitarist,
McDonald specializes in "folk-
pop" music, and performed
several numbers by Cat Stevens,
Arlo Guthrie, and Neil Young.
But his admitted favaites, James
Tayla and Jim Crooe, were by far
the best of whose numbers he
perfamed. he also perfamed
George Benson's hit 'This
Masquerade" with a great deal of
vocal expression, thereby proving
himself to be very enthusiastic
about his music and showing a la
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Looking Out for Number One by
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The Dragons of Eden by Or
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Your Erroneous Zone by Wayne
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Daniel Martin by John Fowles
Dynasty by Robert S. Elegant
The Crash of 79 by Paul E.
Erdman
Coma by Robin Cook
Vivien Leigh by Anne Edwards
'aooading to NY. Times Book
Review
of promise.
Auditions are made each
semester befae the Coffeehouse
Committee, who select local
talents, students and community
persons to perfam. The commit-
tee also invites talented perfam-
ers to make appantments fa
auditiais during the year.
Aocading to Ken Hammond,
advisa to the committee, a new
means of auditioning is an
open-mike system, whereby
students can just come in and
play.
Coffeehouse is regularly
scheduled fa Thurs. and Fri.
nights at 9p.m. and accomodates
approximately 75 persons. With
its nightclub tables and low
lights, it provides a relaxing
atmosphere and offers refresh-
ments fa oily a 50 cent admis-
sion fee.
Everyone is encouraged to
attend these shows offered down-
stairs at Mendenhall Student
Center fa a night of inexpensive
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Goings On
TUESDAY
Pre-registration Oct 10-14.
The ECU Lecture Seies will present Gil Eagles in the Mendenhall
Student Center Theater, 8 p.m. Adm. ECU ID and Activity Card for
students, $2.00 for public.
WEDNESDAY
ECU League of Scholars Symposium, Student Center
Auditorium, Room 244.
Faculty Chamber Music, A.J. Fletcher Reatal Hall, 8:15 p.m.
THURSDAY
ECU League of Scholars Symposium, Student Center
Auditorium, Room 244.
FRIDAY
Student Union film, "Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother with
Gene Wilder, to be shown in Mendenhall Student Center Theater, 7
and 9 p.m. Adm. ECU ID and Activity Card.
SATURDAY
Student Union film, "Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother" to be
shown in Mendenhall Student Center Theater, 2 p.m. Adm. ECU ID
and Activity Card.
ECU-vs-University of Richmond in Ficklen Stadium, 7 p.m.
DR. AND MRS LEO JENKINS applaud the Homeooming Day
festivities in Ficklen Stadium.
Photo by Brian Stotler)
Fraternity promotes music
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with 16 ingredients
Ladies night Tues. 8:00-12:00
By RENEE DIXON
Staff Writer
Phi Mu Alpha is the "profes-
sional fraternity for men in
music" at East Carolina Univer-
sity.
The fraternity is open to any
male student on campus who has
a sincere interest in music. As a
national and local musical organ-
ization, their purpose is "to
enoourage and actively promote
the highest standards,of creat-
ivity, performance, education,
and research in music in
America
This men's music fraternity
was founded as a national organ-
ization on Oct. 6,1898, at the New
1) Fill out the survey &, slogan oontest
2) Drop both in WECU Survey Box at one of these places:
1. Lobby of the Old C.U.
2. Apple Records, 5th StDowntown
3. Information desk-Mendenhall
4. Main entrance of Croatan
Note: Survey answers will not be used to judge slogan entries
1. Have you listened-Do you listen to WECU? Yes No
2 What hours do you listen to the radio?
" 6-10A 10A-2P 2-6P 6P-12M 12M-6A
3. Is reception of WECU reasonably dear, in our dorm room? (57 am)
Yes No
4. What kind of music would you like to hear on Campus Radio?
( )Rock Albums )Soui Easy Listening
( )Top-407Disco )Jazz )CountryWestern
( )Other
5. WECU would like to change to FM in the near future. When the
funds are obtained, WECU could secure an FM license and begin
broadcasting off-campus as well as providing FM dorm reception.
Would you like to have WECU-FM funded by Student SGA Funds?
Yes No
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Massachusetts. The East
Carolina Chapter, Zeta Psi
Chapter, was founded on Feb.
19,1955. Two charter members of
the Zeta Psi Chapter, Dr. George
Knight and Ralph Shumaker are
now members of the ECU School
of Music faculty.
Phi Mu Alpha Brotherhood
Week at ECU is Oct. 9-16.
Various activities have been
planned in honor of this celebra-
tion.
Monday, Oct. 10, a trombone
quartet will play in the A.J.
Fletcher music lobby at 12 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 12, the Zeta Psi
Chapter will sing on the music
lobby steps at 12 p.m. Thursday,
Oct. 13 at 4 p.m. Phi Mu Alpha is
sponsoring a pie throwing contest
at consenting faculty members as
a money raising project.
Friday, Oct. 14, the fraternity
is having a social for prospective
members at 8 p.m. More inform-
ation concerning this social will
be posted in the music building.
A scholarship isoffered by Phi
Mu Alpha to an inooming fresh-
man music major based on a
performance audition. This
scholarship was established in
honor of Charles K. Lovelace, a
charter member of the Zeta Psi
Chapter who was killed in military
action.
In order to fund the Lovelace
scholarship Phi Mu Alpha
sponsors several money raising
activities. These activities include
the faculty pie throw, and the
annual night of Phi Mu Alpha
"Music Madness" later in the
year. "Music Madness" is an
evening of music at one of the
downtown clubs employing local
talent from the jazz, rock, soul,
and bluegrass genres.
The fraternity also donates its
time and services to a few of the
events sponsored by the ECU
School of Music. Phi Mu Alpha
members aid in the supervision of
freshmen auditions for the School
of Music each year. Last year the
fraternity brothers also helped
with All-State Band auditions.
The ECU Chapter of Phi Mu
Alpha isactive within the national
organization. Last fall Zeta Psi
hosted the Workshop fa their
province (which includes the
majaity of the Nath Carolina
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Defense keys Homecoming win
By SAM ROGERS
Staff Writer
Pat Dye and the rest of the
East Carolina Pirates probably
came up with the finest tribute
Dr. Leo Jenkins could have
wished for Saturday afternoon.
Before a record Ficklen Sta-
dium crowd of 25,851, the Pirates
totally demolished Southern Illi-
nois, 33-0.
Although it probably won't go
down in ECU history as one of the
most exciting homecoming games
played in Ficklen, it wasa victory,
one which will always provide our
retiring chancellor with memories
for many years to oome.
Safety Gerald Hall along with
the entire Pirate defense provided
most of the heroics against the
Salukis. Hall, a native of Eden-
ton, N.C returned four punts for
102 yards and set up two ECU
scores with his returns.
And for the first time this
season, the Pirate defense came
up with a shutout. Harold Ran-
dolph and the rest of the
defensive unit only allowed the
Salukis into East Carolina terri-
tory three times all afternoon and
limited SIU to 124 yards on the
ground and 130 in the air.
"I was real proud of our
defense head coach Pat Dye
said after the game. "We probab-
ly were not as sharp defensively
as in previous games, but we got
the big play when we had to have
it
After the Pirate offense had
problems moving the ball in the
first quarter, Hall brought the
entire stadium to its feet when he
took a line drive punt and raced
51 yards down the right side line
all the way to the SIU 27.
Southern Illinois punter David
Mick finally managed to knock
Hall out of bounds or he would
have gone all the way.
Two plays later, quarterback
Leander Green went around the
right side for 25 yards and a
touchdown, which put the Pirates
on the scoreboard with just 1 39
in the first quarter. Junior Creech
added the conversion to give ECU
a 7-0 lead.
Green and Southerland engi-
neered a drive late in the second
quarter, moving 80 yards in 14
plays. The big play in the drive
came on a fake punt when Steve
Hale took the snap and raced 25
yards for the first down at the
Southern Illinois 23.
Vince Kolanko scored five
plays later on a nine yard run
which put the Pirates out front
13-0 at the end of the first half.
Junior Creech missed his first
extra point of the season.
Once again, in the third
quarter, Hall took another punt
and went down the right side
again for 42 yards to the Saluki
12. Mick once again made the
tackle a Hall would have scored.
Halfback Willie Hawkins
scored two plays later going four
yards over the middle for the
third ECU touchdown. The run
for the conversion failed, which
left the score 19-0 with 10 08 left
in the third period.
"The wall set up real fast
today and their punter was
kicking nothing but line drives
said Hall. "The key to a big
return is to get upstream before
their lineman can get downlield.
It also depends on how fast we
can set up our blocking, which
was super today
Pat Dye was also pleased with
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middle as quarterback Jimmy Southerland handed
off to Anthony Collins for the Pirates final
touchdown. Kolanko gained a total of 51 yards in 11
carries during ECU'S shutout over Southern Illinois.
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the kicking game but had legi-
timate gripes about the Pirates
rushing game, which had pro-
blems all afternoon.
"I was real proud of our
kicking game said Dye. "We
put pressure on their kicking, got
good returns and kicked well
ourselves. I still feel we have not
solved our offensive problems.
We may have solved some, in that
perhaps some of our young
players are playing better than
our older players. I think it's a
matter of we're not really coming
off the football very well. I just
think we're more capable offen-
sively
The Pirates punched across
two more touchdowns in the
fourth quarter. Jimmy Souther-
land cumulated an 11-play, 70
yard drive early in the final
period, going in fa the soore
himself from five yards out.
Creech's conversion put the Pi-
rates ahead 26-0 with eleven
minutes still remaining.
Thomas McLaurin set up the
final soore with a 20 yard pass
interception. Anthony Collins
soared on a one yard carry which
made the final soore 33-0.
"I don't think we had a
letdown after South Carolina
observed Dye. "We were not
fired to an emotional peak, but
our players wanted to get back on
the winning side very badly
Southerland was the Pirates
top ground gainer with 83 yards
in 13 carries while Green had 61
yards in six attempts.
The Pirates will pla.host to
the Spiders of Richmond this
Saturday night at 700.
Sports
pFour enter Hall of Fame-
PIRA TE QUARTERBACK LEANDER Green (T2) was two tor tour
for 75 yards and had six rustles for 66 yards. Photo by Jeff Robb
FCUR FORMER ECU Pirates were inducted into the
ECU Hall of Fame during Saturday's halftime
Homecoming activities. Chancellor Leo enkins
made the presentation. The inductees are (from left
to right): Norman Smith, Roger Thrift, Jenkins,
Kevin Moran and John Young.
Photo by Pete PodewaJ.
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ECU cross country team on the comeback trait
East Carolina cross country, a
minor fall sport but considered a
part of the track team, is making
an impressive comeback. The
team, which iscomposed of seven
to ten runners (of which only the
top 5 score), has not been able to
win a single meet the past four
years. But the winning trend
started two weeks also at the
Pembroke Invitational, and con-
tinued on this past weekend at
Campbell College, where the
running Pirates competed in a
four-way meet.
Competing in the meet were
North Carolina's two premier
track dubs, North Carolina Track
Club and Godivia Track Club, as
well as ECU and host team
Campbell. The Pirate Harriers
lost by one point to the powerful
Godivia Track Club, when their
fifth man had to slow up the last
half mile of the five mile race due
to severe stomach cramps. ECU
easily handled the North Carolina
Track Club and Campbell.
Individually, David Hankinsof
the North Carolina Track Club
won the meet, followed closely by
Jim Dill of East Carolina at
second. Dill, a junior from
Gaithersburg, Maryland, led the
race from the start over the hilly
European oourse, only succumb-
ing to Hankins in the final yards
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contains several barriers (two to
four feet) to jump, creeks to cross
and ditches to hurdle. Dill
oommented, "This was my type
of oourse, one that requires more
strength than speed. But after
pushing the pace fa four miles I
just didn't have it at the finish
The surprise of the Pirate
team had to be Ray McDaniels, a
freshman out of Virginia Beach.
McDaniel's, the only Harrier on a
track scholarship, finished second
for ECU and sixth overall. Other
ECU finishers were Charlie Pow-
ell in seventh, Ray Moore in
eleventh, Jerry Cook in Four-
teenth, John White in sixteenth,
James McCollough in twenty
seventh and Robbie Williams in
twenty eighth.
Overall, the young Pirate
team made an impressive show-
ing against the two track clubs
and Campbell College.
Their next meet will be the
North Carolina State Cross Coun-
try Championships at N.C. State
on October 22nd. The Pirates
hope to improve last year's
seventh place state finish and
quc'ify men for the NCAA
Regional meet at Furman Univer-
sity on November 5th.
The Pirate record is now two
wins and one loss with a second
place finish at the Pembroke
Invitational.
All in all the ECU cross
country team is on a winning
trend. If this is so then they
should be a real boost for the
sprint-dominated ECU track
team.
Netters go 1-2
The East Carolina women's
tennis team defeated St. Mary's
College 5-4 last week, but drop-
ped matches to 15th ranked Mary
Baldwin 8-1 and Peace 9-0.
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The Pirates fell to 1-4 for the
year. East Carolina returns home
Tuesday to face UNC-Wilmington
and host Mount Olive Friday
afternoon.
East Carolina5 St. Mary's4
Snyder (ECU) def. Hines, 7-6,
6-4, Spinazzola (ECU) def. Wor-
sham, 6-3,6-1, Sunkel (ECU) def.
Burt, 6-2, 6-4, Dixson (SM) def.
Keough, 6-4, 6-1. Fondren (SM)
def. Stewart, 6-2, 6-3, Anthony
(SM) def. Helmer, 6-3, 6-2.
Doubles: Spinazzola, Sunkel
(ECU) def. Anthony, Dixon, 6-1,
6-4, Snyder, Keough (ECU) def.
Boisseau, Worsham, 6-1, 6-4,
Fondren, Burt (SM) def. Helmer,
Gainey, 6-1, 6-3.
Peace 9 East Carolina 0
Singles: Lamm def. Snyder, 6-3,
6-2, Oatts def. Spinazzola, 6-5,
6-1, Easter, def. Keough, 6-2,
6-3, Peacock def. Stewart, 6-0,
6-0, Jacobs def. Helmer, 2-6, 6-0,
6-3, Sikes def. Gainey, 6-2, 6-2.
Doubles: Lamm, Oatts, def. Sny-
der, Keough, 6-4, 6-3, Jaoobs,
Peacock, def. Helmer, Spinaz-
zola, 7-6, 6-3, Easter, Sikes def.
Casey, Baker, 6-1,6-1.
Mary Baldwin8 East Cardinal
Singles:Goeltz (MB) def. Snyder,
6-2, 6-4, Bellcin (MB) def.
Spinazzola, 6-4, 6-0, Mikell (MB)
def. Keough, 6-2, 6-2, Brussen-
ham (MB) def. Stewart, 6-4, 6-4,
Smith (MB) def. Helmer, 6-2, 6-3,
Holmes (MB) def. Gainey, 6-1,
6-3, Doubles: Brussenham, Smith
(MB) def. Snyder, Keough, 7-5,
6-4, Mani, Quailes, (MB) def.
Spinazzola, Helmer, 4-6, 7-6, 6-1,
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to Duke and St. Andrews. The
game against Duke was played at
home and the St. Andrews game
was away.
In the match against Duke,
the Pirates only score came on an
unassisted goal by Phil Martin.
In speaking of the game, head
coach Brad Smith was disappoin-
ted in the team's play as a whole.
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wanting to win more than we
did Smith said. "They really
put it to us, but I feel we still
oould have won. Our players
didn't look like they wanted to
win and that was my fault
"We have been working all
year on short-kick passing situa-
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Lady Pirates win 2
The East Carolina field hockey
team won two and lost one in
action this week.
The first game against David-
son was won by the Pirates 5-2.
Saturday saw the Pirates go one
an done in the Winthrop Invita-
tional. The Pirates took a 2-0
decision over the North Carolina
Field Hockey Club. In the second
game, the win went to Winthrop
College 3-1.
In the game against Davidson,
Sue Jones scored two goals and
Kathy Zwigard hit on one. Sue
Saltzer added one more to round
out the scoring for the Pirates.
Zwigard had three assists in the
game.
Pirate Sue Jones scored both
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second game Donna Nicholson
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Pirates in the 3-1 loss to Winthrop
College.
tions, and against Duke we
simply got away from our basic
offense and tried to pass long
In speaking on the game
against St. Andrews coach Smith
was quite vocal about the poor
play in the shutout. However, he
felt quite optimistic on the future
of the team.
I guess the fact we played on
homeooming could have hurt
Smith said. "Homecoming is
such a big thing to the students
here and soccer players are no
exoeption. They're minds were in
Greenville and not on the game,
so that's probably why we lost.
We just didn't go to the ball. St.
Andrews scored on four corner
kicks and then missed a penalty
kick
"Right now we need more
concentration and senior leader-
ship. We have a very young team
with half the guys being either
freshmen ox sophomores. I feel
that we will develop into a good
team as soon as we have the kind
of experienos you can get only by
playing. I feel sure that the team
will come around because we
have some excellent talent
On the 15th the Pirates are at
UNC-W. On the 18th they will
play their last home game of the
year in a big match against N.C.
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scuba diving, and basketball
officiating is included in this fall's
non-credit evening course offer-
ings at East Carolina University.
"Adults Only Swimming
scheduled to meet Tuesdays and
Thursdays Oct. 11-Nov. 10 from 7
tp 8 p.m will provide swimming
instruction for persons 16 years
old or older.
Ray Scharf, ECU swim coach
and aquatic supervisor, will teach
the classes. Safety and swimming
skills will be taught, with
emphasis on free floating mech-
anical principles of the basic
strokes.
The scuba course meeting
Tuesdays and Thursdays, Oct.
13-Nov. 8, from 730 to 1030
p.m will prepare swimmers who
enjoy water sports to become
safe, competent and well-inform-
ed divers.
Classes will be taught by
Robert Eastep, recognized
throughout the southeast as an
outstanding scuba irstructor.
Most class dives will take place in
the ECU diving tank, with an
additional session to be scheduled
in a coastal location.
"Basketball Officiating set
for Mondays, Oct. 10-Nov. 28,
from 730 to 930 p.m will
provide participants with a work-
ing understanding of basketball
rules, mechanics, positions and
interpretations.
While its major purpose is to
enable students to officiate at
junior and senior high school
basketball games, the course is
also beneficial to basketball
spectators, player and coaches.
Instructor is JohnGrimsley,
whose 24 years of experience as a
basketball official includes
several ACC and Southern Coh-
erence events.
Further information about
these and other evening courses
is available from the Office of
Non-Credit Programs, Division of
Continuing Education, East
Carolina University, Greenville, N.C. telephone 757-6143.
GALLEY ROOM'S
EYE OPENER
SPECIAL
Coffee, Donut, and Juice 50
FOR THOSE ON THE RUNI
Sports
writers
needed
for more information
Call 757-6366
WATERBEDS
Rental
Bags $52.00
Frames $70.00
Our Price
$37.00
$35.00
Mattress Cr Foundation
( 2 piece set $87.00
MATTRESS MART
Wholesale to Everyone
1302 N Greene St. Ph. - 758-1101
BIGGS DRUG STORE
300 EVANS- ON- THE-MALL
DOWNTOWN
PHONE: 752-2136
FREE PRESCRIPTION PICKUP
AND DELIVERY
ATHLETIC SUPPORTS,
CONVALESCENT SUPPUES,
FIRST-AID SUPPLIES
SUNGLASSES BY FOSTER
GRANT AND COOL RAY
OLD FASHION SODA FOUNTAIN
DRINKS MADE THE WAY YOU
LIKE THEM: FRESHLY SQUEEZED
LEMONADES AND ORANGEADES-
MILKSHAKES MADE WITH ICE CREAM!
PRESCRIPTION DEPT- WITH MEDICATION
PROFILES: YOUR PRESCRIPTION AL WA YS
AT OUR FINGERTIPS, EVEN THOUGH YOU
MAY LOSE YOUR Rx BOTTLE.
TIMEX WATCHES GREETING CARDS -
COSTUME JEWELRY SCHOOL SUPPLIES
COSMETICS-
SUNDRIES-
TOILETRIES-
DELNERiD TO
YOUR DOOR
Stud tint Appreciation Week Sept. 19 - 24
10 Discount to Students
Classifieds
FOR SALE: AMP2G Reverbe-
rocket II amp. 50 W. rev. and
trem Exc. cond. 60.00 Mike,
756-6674 or ext. 6360.
FOR SALE: Harmony hollow-
body 6-string electric. 2 pickups,
red, v. good cond. 40.00 Mike,
756-6674 or ext. 6360.
FOR SALE: 1977 Chevy Van. Less
than 6,000 miles. Cost new $6535.
Power steering, AMFM radio.
Will sacrifice fa $5,000. Call
752-0412.
FOR SALE: 1973 Audi IDOLS.
Air, AM FM. Good Cond. British
Racing Green.
MUST SELL: Craig Power play
FM and cassette. Plus Powerplay
Co-axel speakers. Best offer. Call
Mike 756-1693.
FOR SALE: Texas Instruments
SR-52. 224 step programable.
Also card programable Complete
with math, stat games, and
basic Libraries. Over $300 new,
15 mos. old. Best offer. Contact
Tony Bennett Room 401 Jones.
SELL OR TRADE: 1966 Volvo.
Needs some repair. Write Ted
P.O. Box 494 Bell Arthur, 27811.
FOR SALE: 3 wheeler VW
powered motorcycle 40 h.p.
Chromed forks (1976). Asking
1200.00. Call 746-3271 late after-
noon and evenings ask for Danny.
FOR SALE: Leather jacket, excel-
lent cond must be seen to be
appreciated. Call Lee at 758-5985
or come by 308 C. Scott. ARE
YOU TIRED OF THE HIGH
PRICE OF CLOTHES? Have
them made at less than V2 the
cost of what you would buy them
at. For all your sewing needs call
758-6393 after 2.00.
FOR SALE: 69 Chev. Van
Panneled and carpet. 307 V8
engine & 3 speed auto. 1500.00 a
best reasona ble offer may trade.
758-9909.
FOR SALE: Epiphone accoustic
guitar. Good Cond. Best Offer.
Call Mike 758-1693 a oome by
805-East 3rd St.
FOR SALE: Used Bundy clarinet.
Excellent cond. 100.00 or best
offer. 758-9385.
FOR SALE: 1973 350 Honda.
Excellent cond. 350.00 Call
75&0693.
FOR SALE: Registered Pointer
pups. White Knights Button
Blood lines. 756-5368 after 600
p.m.
BUY NOW: 1967 V.W. Station-
wagon. 300.00. Art student needs
to sell car fa food money. See at
510 E. 1st a. Apt. 6, after 5p.m.
� ���
tor rent
i u
WANTED TO RENT: House
within walking distance of
campus fa married couple with
no kids. No later than Dec. Must
have wakshop a garage (around
100.00) Call Mel at 757-6462.
FEMALE ROOMMATE: Needed
to share 2 bedroom api. in
East brook. Prefer someone inter-
ested in study-aiented enviro-
ment. Rent is $46.25 plus 14
utilities. Call 752-0354.
FOR RENT: Room. Private bath
fa rent at 19P5 E. Eighth St.
Linen included $60. 752-6985.
pereona(J)
ALTERATIONS: Fall things too
big, too long? Call Kathy
752-8444 a 752-8642.
LOST: Blue cowhide leather
wallet with the letters B.B.D. on
the ooin purse has disappeared
from my room. If found please
return it-no questions-reward.
Lynn Martin rm 291 Fleming
dam.
TYPING: .75 to $1.00. Exoellent
service. Call Pam at 757-6852
(day), and 756-0211 (night).
PORTRAITS BY MOLL: Finished
drawings 16" x20" 10.00 of pose,
15.00 from photo. Oil paintings,
18"x24" are50.00. Call 752-2604
and ask fa Greg.
LOST: Car keys in an Aigner key
case. It istriangular in shape with
5 keys ai the ring. Please contact
Holly Jereme at 758-4204.
FOUND: 2 mo. old black female
puppy in the vicinity of Jones St.
Call 752-7032.
FREE KITTENS: Males and
Females. Call 746-2462 after 6O0
p.m.





Title
Fountainhead, October 11, 1977
Description
East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
Date
October 11, 1977
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
Local Identifier
UA50.05.04.476
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Spatial
Location of Original
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