Fountainhead, February 23, 1978







Serving the campus com-
munity for over 50 years.
With a circulation of B.ouu,
this issue is 40 pages.
Vol. No. 53, No.
East Carolina University
Greenville, North Carolina
23 February 1978 Jj.
ON THE INSIDE
Folklorep. 5
Rampalp. 32
Beaten Bucsp. 36
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Freaks basketball game
By ROBERT SWAIM
Advertising Manager
David Cartwright, chairperson
of the SGA appropriations com-
mittee, has been appointed SGA
chairperson of the third annual
Pigs vs. Freaks basketball game
set fa March 2.
According to Neil Sessoms,
SGA president, Cartwright will
act as the liason between the SGA
and the N.C. Easter Seals
Society, which is sponsoring the
event.
Cartwright is working in con-
junction with Debra Hawkins,
Easter Seals co-ordinator, in
promoting the game, according to
Sessoms.
�David will be responsible fa
publicizing the event on campus
and getting the students' suppat
fa this wathy cause Sessoms
said.
"I've waked with David
several times in the past so I know
he is capable of making this the
most successful game we've
ever had.
"He is dedicated and he
waks well with people Ses-
soms said.
This year the ECU intramural
basketball champiois will play
the N.C. Highway Patrol from Pitt
County, according to Cartwright.
Cartwright said there will also
be an exhibition game in which
handicapped students will play.
The Capital City Hustlers,
from Raleigh, will play the Allied
Health rehabilitation counselas
in an exhibition match, accading
to Cartwright.
"The significant fact about
the exhibition game is that the
Hustlers are a wheelchair team
said Cartwright.
"The twist is that the counse-
lors will also be playing in
wheelchairs said Cartwright.
Cartwright said that fa the
last two years the highway patrol
has won the annual game.
"They take the game ser-
iously and they have always had a
lot of maal and vocal suppat
fran the stands said Cart-
wright. "I'd like to see as many
students as possible come out and
suppat our team
Accading to Cartwright, all
proceeds from the game will go to
the Easter Seal Society.
No matter who wins a loses
we will have helped raise money
fa a wathy cause said Cart-
wright.
Tickets are $1 and may be
purchased at the Central Ticket
Office.
DAVID CARTWRIGHT, SGA chairperson of the third annual Pigs
vs. Freaks basketball game, sponsored by the N.C. Easter Seals
Society. Photo by Pete Podeszwa
through pre-registration
o vote for outstanding profei
By RICHY SMITH
Staff Writer
The Instructloial Survey Com-
mittee is conducting a survey of
outstanding professas here at
ECU, acoading to Bob Muzza-
relli, oommittee member and
instructa at the School of Allied
Health.
�' This is the third survey of its
kind said Muzzarelli.
The first survey, taken in
1976, was successful due to the
way it was conducted.
The survey was handled
through pre-registration.
Last year's survey had little
response from the students.
"Less than 10 percent of the
student body vaed.
"We attribute this to the fact
that the students vaed in the
Student Stae and net as the
previous year said Muzzarelli.
This year the survey is being
conducted again through pre-
registration.
"We are really hoping fa a
good response from the stu-
dents oommented Muzzarelli.
The oommittee is interested
nrt only in the students' choice
fa outstanding professa, but
also in what students feel consti-
tutes good teaching.
"There will be two extra cards
in your folders, ' accading to
Muzzarelli.
One card is fa vaing ai thre
outstanding professas.
"You must have had the
instructa either fall a spring
semester of this academic year
he added.
When vrting, use the instruc-
ta's code number provided in
FOUNTAINHEAD.
Beside each code number, the
student assigns a weight number
of either 10 (highest), eight a six,
depending upon the intensity of
the nominatiai.
The weight number may be
used mae than oice, continued
Muzzarelli.
"This is not a popularity
contest and this survey should na
be considered negatively
See PROFESSORS, p. 3
Energy symposium features
alternative power sources
GREENVILLE'S FREAKISH WEATHER struck again, this time
Jthan unexpected three inches of sno�. Phrto by Brian Stotter
By STUART MORGAN
News Edita
Nuclear power isn't economi-
cal a politically feasible yet, but
wind in conjunction with diesel
engines may be the alternative
used by commercial shipping in
the near future, according to Dr.
Joseph Nawood, associate pro-
fessa of physics here.
Nawood is presently writing a
book entitled DESGN PRINCI-
PLES FOR HIGH SPEED SAIL-
ING CRAFT.
He received his Ph.D. from
Sevens Institute of Technology
and has previously taught at the
University of Miami.
Norwood was also employed
fa K years at NASA Langley
Research Center in a research
and experimental capacity.
He is also the autha of 35
articles published in journals; his
special interest is in sailing and
craft design.
Besides being a past offioer of
the Amateur Yacht Research
Society, he's an active consultant
on sailing aaft design and is now
designing and constructing his
own sailaatt
Nawood presented a thesis
Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the
audrtaium of the Nursing Bldg.
The symposium, "Coping with
the Energy Dilemna, of which
Nawood's thesis was a part, was
sponsaed by ECU and the Hona
Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
"It is technically feasible fw
ships to use nuclear power at
present, however it is not econo-
mically competitive with fossil
fuels and even with the present
"The alternative source of
power fa future commercial
vessels may be wind used in
conjunction with diesel engines,
rated at about 50 percent of the
dismal outlook fa fossil fuels,
nuclear fission is not likely to
beoome competitive in the fae-
seeabte future said Nawood.
"On top of this, one must
expect laba problems and a
variable restriction of which ports
can be entered and which ones
cannot in the wasening atmos-
phere of concern over the safety
and politics of nuclear fission
added Norwood.
As a result, he said that no
ship owner today would contem-
SeeSAIL, p. 3
Pre-Registration issue





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Flashes
Page 2 FOUNTAINHEAD 23 February 1978
Yard Sale Openings
Lambda Chi Alpha is sponsor
ing a backyard sale this Saturday
at the Lambda Chi house. Plenty
of clothes, plants, reusable toys
will be on hand. The house is
located on the corner of 5th and
Elizabeth St the sale starts at 1C
a.m. Come early for best selection
of goods.
Clinic
On Mon Feb. 27 at 7 p.m.
there will be a fashion clinic in the
lobby of Slay dam.
The clinic is sponsored by the
Cultural Education Committee of
Slay in cooperation with Mr.
Patterson, a fashion buyer from
Brody' s.
Mr. Patterson will be talking
about how to switch a college
wardrobe over to a work ward-
robe, care and selection of
fabrics, the necessities of the
basic wardrobe and other fashion
related topics.
Student Union applications for
chairpeople are being accepted
until Feb. 24 at 5 p.m.
All students interested in a
position will be required to
complete an application and have
an interview with the Student
Union President-elect.
The eleven positions open are
Art Exhibition, Artists Series,
Coffeehouse, Entertainer
Films, Lecture, Major Attract-
ions, Minority Arts Special
Concerts, Theatre Arts, and
Travel.
Applications fa the eleven
positions may be obtained in
Mendenhall Student Center,
room 234 a the infamatiai desk.
Showtimes
Showtimes fa this week's free
flick are 630 p.m. and 930 p.m.
The film is Camelot; admission is
by ID and Actvity Card a MSC
Card.
Fellowship Officials
Was Jesus mae than a man?
Cone be with us at the
meeting of Inter-Varsity Christian
Fellowship as we examine this
question in light of the claims that
he made.
The meeting will be held at
the Afro-American Cultural
Center this Sunday night at 8
p.m.
Map
The SGA Student Welfare
Committee has developed a map
fa student safety.
The map is ate of shaded and
non-shaded areas showing safe
and dangerous places where
students often travel.
FOUNTAINHEAD will print
this in conjunction with the
Student Welfare Committee.
Please look fa it.
The Intramural Dept. needs
intramural Softball officials.
A required officials' clinic is
being held March 1 at 4 p.m. in
roan 103 Biology.
Minimum wage will be paid
with possible raises. All interest-
ed students are urged to attend.
This is your chance to be boss.
Psychology
All psychology rriajas and
minas are invited to apply for
Zsnembership into the psychology
oia society, Psi Chi.
Applications are located in the
psychology departmental office.
Minimum requirements are:
being in the upper Vi of your
class; having completed at least
eight semesta hours in .psycho-
logy, and having at least a "B"
avaage in psychology.
Symposium Fashion Show
The ECU chapter of the
National Student Speech and
Hearing Association will present
the eight Annual Speech and
Hearing Symposium on Friday,
March 17.
The symposium will be in the
Allied Health Auditaium from
830 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The speakers and their topics
are Dr. William Healey on
"Public Law 94-142: Its impact
and How to Manage It" and Dr.
David Yoder on "Current Trends
in Language Intervention
The fee fa professionals is $5
if pre-registered and $6 at the
dcor.
The fee fa ECU students is
$2.
Pre-registratiai fams are
available at the Speech and
Hearing Clinic, Allied Health
Annex.
Can't decide on tbese new
spring fashions?
Cone on out to the Panhellen-
ic Fashion Show showing Penny's
spring line!
It's Feb. 23 at 730 p.m. in
Mendenhall room 244 - there's no
admission so cone on over and
get some fresh ideas.
The Graduate Management
Admission Test will be offered at
ECU on Sat March 18. Applica-
tion blanks are to be completed
and mailed to Educational Test-
ing Service, Box 966-R,
Princeton, NJ 06640 to arrive by
Feb. 24. Applications are also
available at the Testing Center,
Speight Bldg, Room 106, ECU.
Disco-hop
Plants
Styx
On Fri Feb. 24, Elm St. Gym
will hold the Fourth Annual
Disco-Hop-Bop. This year's
theme is Friday Night Fever.
The fever begins to rise at 7
p.m. and cools down at 11 p.m.
During these four hours, every-
one can listen and dance to music
of the Disco sound as well as
sounds of the 50's.
A prize of 20.00 will be given
to the winners of the John
Travolta and Disco Queen look
alike contest and dance winners.
Admission to the Disco-Hop-
Bop is 75 cents per person. All
proceeds from this event will go
to the Greenivlle Special
Olympics.
Outing Club
The Outing Club meets Thurs-
days at 730 p.m. downstairs in
Memaial Gym.
We are planning to have
elections so everyone is encour-
aged to attend.
SDA
There will be a SDA meeting
at 7 p.m. Feb. 27.
It will beheld in room 121 (the
Dining room) in the Home
Economics building.
Plans fa the trip to Charlotte
will be discussed and we will
elect new officers. All members
please attend.
Russian
The time fa pre-registratiai
is here.
It is the time fa big decisions
such as whether a not enroll into
the first Russian oourse to be
offered fall semester, MWF at 10
a.m.
Russian is a language with a
very simple and logical structure.
Its alphabet can be mastered after
a few lessons.
From then on reading and
writing Russian is no problem at
all.
The rest can come just as
easily if the student is willing to
invest a fair amount qf -time in
learning the principles of the
Russina grammar and a realistic
amount of vocabulary.
In the third and fourth course-
semester of Russian a serious
student is rewarded fa his
endeavas by being initiated into
the magnificent wald of Russian
literature which he can read in tl .c
original.
Maeover, after a successful
completion of four courses of
Russian a student may qualify fa
a position of transtata with the
United States government.
This is at present a widely
open field and the number of ECU
students who have made their
career as Russian translatas in
the military and the government
is growing.
Russian Literature of the 19th
century in translation i.e.taught
in English (Russian 2220) will also
be offered in the fall, MWF at 2
p.m.
This course satisfies the hum-
anities requirement a it may be
taken as an elective.
Collection of achids, air
plants, and ferns have recently
been donated to the biology
department.
These plants have been ar-
ranged fa display in the Biology
Greenhouse.
Plant fanciers and other mem-
bers of the campus community
are invited to view these collect-
ions during the remainder of
spring semester.
The Biology Greenhouse will
be opened to the public each
Monday (except during spring
holidays) between 1.15 and 4:30
p.m. Entry to the Greenhouse is
through BS-107.
Classes a aher groups who
desire to visit the greenhouse at
other timesa set up guided tours
should contact Ann Bellis, biology
department 6718, to make ar-
rangements.
The Student Union Popular
Entertainment committee will
present Styx, with special guest
Charlie, on March 1, at 8 p.m. in
Minges Coliseum.
Tickets will be $4 fa ECU
students and $6 fa the public.
All tickets are available from
the Central Ticket Office in
Mendenhall.
Public tickets are available
from School Kids Reoads -
University Arcade, Apple
Reoads - East 5th St and the
Music Shop - Greenville Square
Mall. Fa further infamatiai call
757-6611.
REBEL
Artists and writers whose
work will appear in REBEL78
may pick up their checks this
week in the REBEL office. Office
hours are 2-5 p.m. Monday
through f-nday.
Intramurals Pre-Reg
The Intramural Dept. would
like to remind everyone that the
following activities begin regis-
tration this month:
Swimming, Feb. 20-23.
Softball, Feb. 27-March 1.
The following Cc-Rec activity
is as follows:
Tennis mixed doubles, Feb.
27-March 2.
Sign up in the Intramural
Office, 204 Memaial Gym.
Sig Tau
Sigma Tau Gamma, the new-
est fraternity at ECU will hold
their "Ice Extravaganza" to be
held at Twin Rinks in Greenville
on Fri Feb. 24, from 12 midnight
to 6 a.m.
This promises to be a very
exciting night of activities both on
and off the ice. There will be 10
kegs of beer on hand and two
kegs of beer will be given away to
the fraternity and saaity with
the most brothers and sisters
attending.
Adtivites include free skating,
a tug-of-war contest, along with
the best disco music to make it a
most exciting evening.
The cost is only $3 per pason
which includes skate rental and
all the beer you can drink!
If you want to get away from
the heat of the downtown bars
oome on over to the cool
atmosphere of Twin Rinks this
Friday night!
Fellowship
The Faeva Generation in-
vites you to join us this Monday
night fa Christian fellowship and
fun.
We'll be having a relevant
Bible study, good singing, and
delicious refreshments.
Mike Jackson, a staff waker
from FG headquartas in Green-
ville, S.C. will speaking.
We meet in Brewster C-304 at
9 p.m. Why not plan on being
there?
Preregistration advising fa
the first & second summer
sessions and fall semester will
take place Feb. 27 through March
"3 in accordance with the following
procedures:
1. During this period, each
student will see his advisa and
have the trial class schedule cards
completed in full, showing the
course name and number, sec-
tion, credit hours, time and days.
2. Important: Section must be
completed fa fall semester Pre-
registration.
3. The student must take the trial
class schedule cards to Whichard
Building immediately fa final
processing and further instruc-
tion.
Bowling
Have you ever tried bowling in
the moonlight? Here's your
chance! Friday evenings from 8
until 10 p.m "Moonlight Bowl-
ing" is held at the Mendenhall
Student Center Bowling Centa.
Try your bowling skills in this
diffaent environment. If you're as
sharp as eva you may win a free
game. The bowla with the
highest scae during each hour of
Moonlight Bowling will win one
free game. There are always two
winnasand one of them oould be
you.
VAF
V.A.F. will prssent a film
Occurenoes at Owl Creek Bridge,
Fri March 3 in Jenkins Fine Arts
Center Auditaium.
Hunger
The N.C. Hunger Coalitiai
has cone to Pitt County.
This aganizatioi trys to lo-
cate households eligible fa food
stamp assistance that are not
receiving it.
Volunteers are needed to aid
in prescreening applicants.
If you are interested in
helping, please contact Pat Che-
nier at 756-1593.





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23 February 1978 FOUNTAINHEAD Page 3
Commercial sail plan may use destroyers
SEVERAL SNOWBALL SKIRMISHES sprang up around campus
today. No casualties were reported. Photo by Kirk Kingsbury)
PROFESSORS
Continued from pg. 1
The top two instructors will be
submitted to the Alumni Associa-
tion as recipients of the outstand-
ing professor award presented by
the Association.
"The second card gives the
student a chance to evaluate five
factors of good teaching com-
mented Muzzarelli.
"It's time to give serious
evaluation. It is very important
how professors are perceived by
their students.
"And of course, the profes-
sors will have a chance to
evaluate what they think consti-
tutes good teaching.
"It'll be interesting to com-
pare the views Muzzarelli
added.
The results will be announced
at the beginning of next semes-
ter.
If your advisor does not give
you the two extra cards, ask fa
them.
After some thought, compelte
the cards and carry them to the
Registrar's Office with the other
pre-registration cards.
There will be ballot boxes
provided for the survey cards.
Continued from p. 1
plate building a nud ear -powered
commercial ship.
"A European group led by W.
ProJssat the Institute of Shipbuil-
ding of the University of Ham-
burg has made a science effort to
modernize the classical square
rigger acknowledged Norwood.
But, Norwood doesn't believe
that Prolss's modernized square
rigging, although efficient, would
work as well as the pyramid
rigging.
"In a pyramid rigged vessel, a
diesel engine would be necessary
to get the ship in and out of ports
and to take up the effort when the
sailing speed drops below a
certain value, explained Nor-
wood.
Norwood said he became
interested in sailing as a problem
in physics in 1969.
"It was clear to me at that
time that several aspects of
sailing craft design might be
considered from the standpoint of
someone not mired in the sailing
tradition he said.
"If sail were to be seriously
reconsidered today, many of the
shortccfningsand inconveniences
that led to its demise in the
nineteenth century could be
immediately resolvedsaid Nor-
wood.
He explained that since that
time we have learned aerodyna-
mics from the ground-up as a
result of the birth and growth of
commercial aviation.
Norwood sad that a pyramid
rig, a sail configuration resem-
bling a four-sided umbrella with
every other side removed and
attached to four booms at the
bottom, would be used on a
monohull vessel.
Such a vessel might be
contemplated in the early stages
of a return-to-sail program, said
Norwood.
Weight
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ECU NEWS BUREAU
Persons at least 18-25
pounds overweight are invited to
enroll in "Positively Losing
Weight a new weight oontrol
program to be offered at ECU this
spring.
The program will involve six
meetings(Thurs March 16-Ap. '
27, 7-9 p.m.) for instruction and
discussion on exercise and health,
balanced diet, self-management
and low-cholesterol and low-
calorie diets.
Success in weight control will
be based on changes in behavior
with emphasis on acquiring the
skills necessary to undertake
personal changes in one's life-
style.
Fa example, he pointed out
that old destroyers would t
ideal.
This description of a future
sailing vessel by Nawood, in its
final stage, oould become reality
in the na too distant future if all
goes well in its development.
"Schedules fa such sailing
vessels would remain about the
same; actually, they would get
better because vessels have been
getting bigger and slower any-
way said Nawood.
ntrol
offered
Objectives of the program are
to help serious participants anal-
yze personal eating habits, dev-
elop their own balanced weight
loss diets and programs of mild to
moderate exercise fa weight loss
and good health, and lose 10 to 12
pounds.
Instructa is Dr. Valaie Nybo
of the ECU Physical education
faculty, who developed the pro-
gram ova the past six years, and
has lost mae than 50 pounds by
following it haself.
Mae details about the "Los-
ing Weight" program are avail-
able from the Office of Non-Credit
Programs, Division of Continuing
Education, Erwin Building
Greenville, N.C
FRIDAY ONLY
Special Introductory Price On
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Only $59.95
Regularly $82.00
IRJQ1RVED
It's the day you can charge your ArtCarved college
jewelry on Master Charge or BankAmericard.
place: Student Supply Store
Mon. - Fri Feb. 20 - 24





E d itO rid IS What is a 'proofoilwriter?
Page 4 FOUNTAINHEAO 23 February 1978
I
Let the students know
Dormitory residents Monday night received a
newsletter slipped under their doors funded by the
SGA Executive Council entitled "Referendum Vote
This WeekLet the Students Decide
The writers of the pamphlet admitted that they
were not presenting the entire story of the Media
Board controversy, but that it was meant to give the
rest of the story, the part that the campus paper
would not print
Several members of the SGA have continually
charged that FOUNTAINHEAD is a biased news-
paper, but admitting that the newletter is giving only
one side of the story is also admitting that it is
biased.
A quote by Thomas Jefferson appeared on the
front page of this letter, obviously to retaliate against
FOUNTAINHEAD. The quote read, "The man who
never looks into a newspaper is better informed than
he who reads them, inasmuch as he who knows
nothing is nearer the truth than he whose mind is
filled with falsehoods and errors
Incidentally, who was responsible for the printing
of this newsletter? The executive council funded it,
but the names of those who wrote the newsletter and
were behind its printing do not appear anywhere in
the newsletter. Apparently those persons were too
ashamed to have their names appear in such an
erroneous, biased newsletter.
The quote by Damon Runyon on page three of the
newsletter couldn't be more appropriate for this
pamphlet. The quote reads: "An irresponsible
reporter in front of a typewriter can do more damage
than a drunker surgeon swinging a knife in an
operating room
Controversy has centered around the two to one
vote in favor of independent publications. Several
people have called the poll a referendum. A
referendum has to be approved by the executive
council, according to the newsletter, but it was not a
referendum; it was an informal opinion poll
The newsletter also said that only 12 per cent of
the student body even voted on it, and that "such a
low turnout was considered so unrepresentative that
SGA cannot amend its constitution by that
margin If 12 per cent of the student body voting
informally on an issue is considered insufficient, then
perhaps no legislator should now be sitting in the
legislature. The highest vote-getter for a day
legislator position received approximately 350 votes,
much less than 12 per cent of the day student
population, which numbered 6,002 Fall Semester.
Those responsible for the printing of the
pamphlet obviously did not feel that "freedom of the
press" and "more efficient operations of publica-
tions' ' were valid reasons for having an independent
media and did not feel that these reasons merited
space in their newsletter.
In the UNC university system, 12 schools have
their media in some arrangement other than under
student government control. The remaining four are
only partially under student government control.
ECU'S campus media wa entirely under student
government control until the board approved
Sessoms' proposal.
Apparently this newsletter's sponsors realized
that they could not argue against having freedom of
the press. The First Amendment is applicable to
every newspaper in this country. No newspaper
student oriented or otherwise, should be under
oontrol of the government, whether it is the federal
government or a student government. This policy
goes totally against the concept of what the First
Amendment is.
The newsletter also mentioned FOUNT AINH EAD
salaries. The staff's salaries are paid out of the
advertising revenue, not out of student fees, as some
people might believe. The paper's only regret is that
the executive council wasted $300 of the students'
money printing "falsehoods and errors "
The "Let the Students Decide" newsletter
accused FOUNTAINHEAD of refusing to print
letters, flashes or quotes concerning the referendum
on the independent Media Board.
Toset the reoord straight, FOUNTAINHEAD has
not received any letter, flashes, or quotes
concerning the referendum. If a flash was
submitted, the news desk never received it to edit,
according to the news staff. The editor confirms that
no letters to the forum have been received
concerning the referendum.
The anonymous writers of the newsletter took it
upon themselves to print outright lies concerning
this newspaper. The newsletter sponsors are also
almost entirely wrong concerning FOUNTAINHEAD
salaries.
The salaries of the newspaper staffers are paid
by the advertising revenue. This is money that the
newspaper makes completely on its ownStudent
fees do not pay for the journalists' salaries.
This is the first year that the ad revenue has
reverted directly back to FOUNTAINHEAD, instead
of the SGA, as has been done in the past. For the
reoord, FOUNTAINHEAD received only $35,244.91
from the SGA this year, as opposed to $51,064.35
last year. The paper supplies the rest of the money it
needs with the ad revenue.
The newsletter cited the monthly payrolls of
REBEL, FOUNTAINHEAD, and the BUCCANEER -
all which were inaccurate in one point or another.
According to the newsletter, FOUNTAINHEAD
has an editor, managing editor, sports editor,
circulation manager, ad manager, trends editor, two
news editors, a cartoonist, and an assistant trends
editor.
Someone fagot to mention the assistant sports
editor, the two assistant news editors, and the
typist. The newsletter writers said that FOUNTAIN-
HEAD has five layout people. The paper has four ad
layout people. The assistant desk editors and the
desk editors do the layout of their own pages.
The pamphlet sponsors also said the staff has
three proofreaders and a proofadwriter. The paper
has two proofreaders. What is a "proofadwriter?"
There is no such title of any staff member on this
newspaper who makes $170 monthly, which is more
than the editor makes.
Also, the ad manager does not receive $165
monthly, as some people would like to believe, but
$135 plus commission.
This newspaper has been the victim of vicious
attacks by a handful of petty politicians who call
every article that does not reflect them favorably
"biased" and "unobjective
Forum
REBEL editor refutes SGA 'pack of lies'
To FOUNTAINHEAD:
The ECU student body has
been subjected to a pack of lies
and inaccuracies this week in the
form of the SGA newsletter
entitled "Let the Students
Decide" (See today's FOUN-
TAINHEAD editorial this page).
Some of the most blatant errors
appear in the section entitled
"Fat Wallets and the Media"
where the unidentified writers
reprint the salaries of FOUN-
TAINHEAD, BUC, and REBEL.
Both the FOUNTAINHEAD and
BUC payrolls include positions
which do not exist, giving an
inflated picture of the total money
spent on publication salaries.
Furthermore, as today's editorial
points out, the salaries for
FOUNTAINHEAD do not even
come from the SGA student
fees-the students aren't affected
at all. FOUNTAINHEAD earns
the money used for its salaries
and printing through ad sales.
Thus the statement that "FOUN-
TAINHEAD salaries alone equai
more than five times that amount
($300) in student fees" is an
out-and-out lie designed to out-
rage the student body.
As for the REBEL payroll, our
staff has been on half salaries
(editor $65; art director $60;
associate editor $50) since the
beginning of this month. For the
first two months of last year, the
editor's salary was not $130 but
$120 and there were only two
salaried positions. We didn't
even have an art director until
November. The salary breakdown
reported in the SGA propaganda
sheet is oorrect only for the
months of Nov Dec, and Jan.
I further resent the charge
that publications wish to be free
from SGA oontrol aimpty ao they
won't have to explain their travel
expenses. We have much better
reasons fa desiring an indepen-
dent campus media. I fa aie am
sick of having to justify-to an
unconcerned and uninfamed
gaggle of politicians-the exis-
tanceof an All American literary-
art magazine on a campus this
size.

Every October the REBEL
staff holds its breath as the SGA
plays petty politics and character
assassination with a budget
which has already been approved
by the Communicatiois Board
and the Appropriations Commit-
tee. Every October we remember
the wads of a legislator during
debate over our bill two years
ago: "Well, I oon't even know
what the Rebel is so I'm certainly
not gang to vrte fa it
The Publications en this cam-
pus have an obligation to the
student body-to produce an
infamative, entertaining body of
work (whether it be a literary
magazine, a yearbook, a news-
paper, a a radio program)- and
it is pathetic that our wak is
constantly disrupted by a bunch
of power-hungry politioos who
simply will na admit it: they
oppose the Media Board because
it would limit their financial
stranglehold on ECU student
aganizatiois.
LukeWhisnant
edita, The REBEL
Editor
Fountainhead
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Cindy Broome
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ECU has largest folklore program in state
Folklore once shunned but now
23 Ftbruary 1978 FOUWTAINHEAD Pag 5
eclated
By RANDY STALLS
Staff Writer
The professor sighs and leans
back. The apprehensive air of the
room is then broken by the creak
of an old offioe chair.
Finally, he speaks.
"Folklore is hard to define
explains Dr. Paul W. Dowel I,
associate professor in the
department of English.
"There must be twenty defini-
tions in the dictionary. It deals
mainly with the oral traditions.
These are tellings passed by word
of mouth.
"Then, also, there's folk art,
dances, games, and the like.
Folklore is not generally thought
of as classical or formal learning.
But it certainly is part of the
heritage of us all oontinuesthe
ECU Folklore Archives director.
"Up until this year, I was the
only fulltime folklorist here.
"Last fall semester, two pro-
fessional fdklorists were added to
the program says Dowell in a
slight, country drawl as cigarette
smoke encircles his bearded face.
"We have the largest pro-
gram in the state. Close to twenty
sections will be offered through-
out the academic year with an
enrollment of over 700 students.
"ECU is an ideal place for a
folklorist. They've (the adminis-
tration and department) been
very supportive and open-minded
about a field that has a history of
being shunned by most universi-
ties.
"The students are just great.
I'm always surprised at the
interest and energy they ex-
pend. Dowell added with a hint
of pride.
Dowell explains that the ar-
chives have over 100,000 items,
and that 99 percent were collected
by students here.
The archives are not accessi-
ble at present, but Dowell expects
them to be open to the public
within a year.
A lot of universities have
close i archives. Our archives will
always be open to the public
Dowell says as he peers at the
piles of information packed in
boxes that partially fill his office.
There is no student folklore
organization on campus at the
present time. Dowell explains
that students are not here year-
round and cites this as the reason
for no organization.
Dr. Karen Baldwin and Dr.
Charles Sullivan are the two new
members of the Mklore faculty.
Baldwin noints out that there
is a rise in the popularity of
folklore.
"With the book, Roots, and
the popularity of the TV series,
we have seen a rise in people
seeking to know where they come
from explains Baldwin.
But folklore has always been
with us. It is apolitical. Somehow
it manages to cross all boundaries
and obstacles.
"Folks will always pass on
their traditions. It is part of being
human. It has to do with pride in
one's heritage. It's the second
history, the history of the little
people that history books just
don't record
Dr. Charles Sullivan has a
slightly different point of view.
"I think in many ways it is a
carry-over from the unrest of the
sixties says the bearded and
young Sullivan.
"Many have rejected the
formal education as the only
education to be had. There is a lot
more than just what you read in
books.
"Folklore is a part of the
heritage of us all. People are
realizing that the United States
has a unique and colorful folk
tradition, and that folklore is just
as valuable as the study of other
more accepted areas Sullivan
says as he leans forward to stress
his point.
Dowell pointsout that Eastern
North Carolina is wide open fa
the study and collection of
folklore.
People often have the mis-
conception that to find true
folklore you have to go to some
isolated area such as the moun-
tain ranges Dowell says.
"This is just not true. This
area has just as rich and colorful
an array of folklore as any.
What's so interesting is that the
area is wide open and unexplored
as far as folklore goes
Dowell says that the student
participation in folklore is out-
standing.
"My colleagues are always
asking me what we do in class.
When they walk by they hear
laughter and lots of discussion.
It's a fun subject
Dowell doesn't understand
why the oourse has the reputation
of being easy.
"While many students do
very well in the oourse because of
hard work and dedication, there
were five out of 35 that failed in
one of my classes last semester.
"It's not any easier than any
other English oourse. One oould
find, it seems to me, a better
selection for an easy course.
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6 FOUNTAINHEAD 23 February 1978
Greek forum
By JAY CHAMBERS
IFC Public Relations
The Greek system has been
very active in national and
community service projects.
Fraternities and sororities
have raised funds for the Easter
Seals, United Fund, Salvation
Army, and donations for Blood
Drives, ,st to mention a few.
Currently, Greeks are raising
money fa the Pirates' Club
which will eventually be donated
toward Ficklin Stadium.
Next week, on Feb. 27, the
Delta Zeta s, the Phi Kappa
Tau s, and the Sigma Phi
Epalon s are having a party at
the Elbo Room.
Tickets are 25 cents before-
hand and 50 cents at t: i door.
Prizes will be given away.
And the neat gees on
But not without YOUR help
&
for
Heart Fund
G
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Delta Zeta s are also
busy putting the finishing touches
on the eighteenth Alpha Zeta
Delta "All-Sing" which will be
held on March 2.
The theme this year is "A
Salute to America
Fall pledges of the Delta
Zeta's were initiated Feb. 13 and
also held their initiation banquet
on Feb. 19.
Best pledges awarded were
Jan Cookerly and Linda Baisch.
Jean Ann Frazier received the
scholarship award for the pledge
with the highest scholastic aver-
age fa fall semester.
Sigma Sigma Sigma came in
first place to win $500 during the
Dr. Pepper Spree last week.
The Tri-Sig s also won the
chugging contest at the Kappa
Alpha Party Hour last Sunday
night.
This week the Sigma s are
having a joint social with the
Tri-Sig s from Atlantic Christian
College and the Phi Kappa Tau s
Wednesday night.
In the fraternity division, the
Sig-Ep s got a boost to their
economy by winning the Dr.
Pepper oontest at Minges CoJis-
uem.
The $500 will be used to
furnish the house.
Also this week the Sig-Ep s
had a Little Sister rush with
plenty of prospective Little Sisters
showing up.
The brothers and pledges of
Kappa Alpha Order will proudly
celebrate their nineteenth annual
"Old South" weekend on Feb.
24-26 at Wrightsville Beach.
Also, the KA's are coordinat-
ing the Muscular Dystrophy
" Dance-a-thon" which will be
held on March 17-19 in Wright
Auditorium.
Kappa Alpha also elected their
new officers: President, David
Cartwright, Vice-president,
Tommy Bland, Secretary, Mack
Price.
This weekend, the Phi Kappa
Tau fraternity will have their
annual parent's weekend.
This occasion will include a
cocktail party, dinner at the
Candlewick with a band for the
evening, and a big party after-
wards.
The Phi Tau s are sponsoring
a "Beach Weekend for Two"
oontest
The winner of the drawing, to
be held on March 17, will win a
weekend at Atlantic Beach at the
Ramada Inn, a case of golden
beverage, one half-gallon of the
hard stuff, $15.00 for gas money,
and $25 of spending money.
Donations are $1 and one may
get a ticket from any Phi Tau
brother, pledge, a little sister.
Once again Delta Sigma Phi
fraternity is making news around
campus.
This past weekend, Epsilon
Phi of ECU and Delta lota from
Atlantic Christian College in
Wilson sponsored a "Run-a-
Thon fa the Heart Fund.
The total distannp from
4 umvcicv y
u
m
3
n
The
Student Union
presents
univiICV C o m 3 ri C 3 ZI o
c O ir u
Wed March 1,1978
8:00 p.m.
Minges Coliseum
ECU students $4.00
Public $6.00
All tickets will be $6.00 at the door
Wilson to ECU was 40 miles.
The "Run" was a huge
success fa both chapters. In
addition, the Delta Sigs installed
four new pledges from a very
successful rush.
Also, thanks goes to our Little
Sisters fa the new furniture and
all the suppat that they have
given to us.
This coming Saturday, we will
have our annual "Fifties Party
at the Delta Sigma Phi house.
Coning events include a bed
race and beach weekend.
Several Sigma Nu s were
honaed at their White Star
famal held this past weekend.
Chip Mayo was reoognized as
the outgoing president by the new
president, Caey Duber.
Chip also received the coveted
Sigma Nu Best Brother award.
Scholarship awards, went to
Murray Bullock and Greg Grant.
Randy Baily, a member of the
ECU tennis team, was honaed as
the fraternity's "Most Athletic'
brother.
The spring pledge class
presented the chapter with a
handsome crested banner.
The Sgma Nu Little Sisters
will be having a fried chicken
dinner Sunday evening fa all the
fraternity members.
Panhellenic
awards
presented
Ruth Billica, a Kappa Delta
alumna, received the Hera Award
at the annual Panhellenic Scho-
larship banquet, held Feb. 16.
The Hera Award is given each
year to the alumna who has
shown outstanding devotion and
dedication to her chapter at ECU.
Billica was one of fiye-alumna
who helped found the Kappa
Delta chapter in Greenville 18
years ago.
Other awaras presented in-
cluded the Philanthropic Award,
given to Kappa Delta fa its
services to the community; the
Artimis Award fa Panhellenic
Congeniality, Diane Hutchins
(Alpha Delta Pi), Rolanda Allison
(Alpha Kappa Alpha), Sue Lutz
(Alpha Omiaon Pi), Sue Than-
tai (Alpha Xi Delta), Boinie
Brockwell (Chi Omega), Lynn
Hewett (Delta Zeta), Gretchan
Fahenbruch (Kappa Delta), Nan-
cy Jones (Sigma Sigma Sigma).
Fa recognitiai in the scho-
lastic field, Most Improved Sao
rity Scholarship Award went to
Alpha Omiaon Pi; Panhellenic
Scholarship Award Trophy, Alph
Delta Pi; Highest Overall Col-
legiate Average, Dana Dragstead
and Highest Ovaall Pledge Av-
erage, Shuna Cradoock.
Outstanding Greek Woman
Award was presented to Bonnie
Brockwell, past Panhellenic pres-
ident, the Use Turner Most
Outstanding Junia Panhellenic
Award went to Gail O'Brien,
vice-president of Junia Panhel-
lenic.





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38321MARKETING MGT (MWF 9:00) (3)
38322MARKETING MGT (MWF 9:00) (3)
38323MARKETING MGT (MWF 1:00) (3)
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2000 1 INTRO OR ED (MWF 1?:00) (3)
2123 1 EARLY EXP OR TR S FOR TRS (TTh 11:00) (l)
2210 1 MOTORCYCLE SAFETY (M 1:00) (2)
2211 1 LABORATORY (T 10:00-12:00) (0)
2211 2 LABORATORY (Th 10:00-12:00) (0)
2211 3 LABORATORY (M ?:00-i:00) (0)
2211 14 LABORATORY (T 3:00-5:00) (0)
2211 5 LABORATORY (Th 3:00-5:00) (0)
2220 1 HIGHWAY TRANS SYS (TTh 12:00-1:00) (2)
2230 1 TRAFFIC LAW (T 6:30-8:30) (2)
?2307 1 PRAC DR 4 TRAF SAF (TTh 1:00) (3)
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4323 1 METH TEA DR 4 TR SA (MTWThF 9:00-10:30) (3)
5330 1 K-12 TRAF SAF FOR TE (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
6U20 1 FED PROG HWY SAF (T 6:30-9:30)
6521 1 READINGS DR 4 TRA SA (TBA) (2)
6522 1 READINGS DR 4 TRA SA (TBA) (2)
6990 1 EXTERNSHIP DR TR S E (TBA) (2)
6991 1 EXTERNSHIP DR TR S E (TBA) (2)
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16 PRIN ECON II LAB (Th 3:00) (0)
17 PRIN ECON II LAB (Th 3:00) (0)
18 PRIN ECON II LAB (Th 3:00) (0)
19 PRIN ECON II LAB (Th 3:00) (0)
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1 INTRO TO COMPUTERS (MWF 6:00) (3)
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FINANCIAL MARKETS (MWF 12:00) (3)
TOPICS IN QUAN METHS (MWF 1:00) (3)
QUANTITATIVE METHODS (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
MACROECONOMIC ANAL TTh 3:30-5:00) (3)
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STABILIZATION POLICY (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
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5334
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6479
6481
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6487
6490
6491
6989
6990
6991
6992
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7521
7522
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SEC SCHOOL ADMIN (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
PRIN PRAC SUPERV (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
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INTRO COM COL 4 AD ED (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
DEV ADULT EO PROG (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
INTRO TO SCH LAW (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
PROCESS IN ADULT ED (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
PROB IN ADULT EDUC (TBA) (3)
PROB IN ADULT EDUC (TBA) (3)
ADMIN INTERN IN AD ED (TBA) (3)
ADMIN INTERN IN AD ED (TBA) (3)
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PLAN SCH BLDG (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
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DIR READ EDUC LEADER (TBA) (2)
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2100
3100
3200
3201
3201
3300
3600
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4200
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INTRO TO ENVIR HLTH (TTh 8:00) (2)
ACCIDENT PREV (TTh 2:00) (2)
FOOD SANIT PRIN (MWF 1:00) (3)
FOOD SANIT PRIN LAB (M 2:005:00) (0)
FOOD SANIT PRIN LAB (W 2:00"5:00) (0)
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AIR POLLUTION (MWF 10:00) (3)
ENVIR EPIDEMIOLOGY (MWF 11:00-1:00) (4)
ENVIR HLTH MGT 4 LAW (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
ELEM ENVIR ENGR (T 6:00"9:00) (3)
TEC ADV WTR WSTE TREAT (Th 6:00-9:00) (3)
ENVIR HLTH PROG MGT (W 6:00"9:00) (3)
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2101
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2101
2101
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2107
2107
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3111
3203
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10:00) (3)
11:00) (3)
12:00) (3)
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(MWF 12:00) (3)
(MWF 1:00) (3)
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(830-106)
OBS 4 STUD TCH KINO (TBA) (8)
OBS & STUD TCH LEG (TBA) (8)
OBS 4 STUD TCH LEG (TBA) (8)
OBS 4 STUD TCH LEG (TBA) (8)
OBS 4 STUD TCH UEG (TBA) (8)
OBS 4 STUD TCH UEG (TBA) (8)
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READ JR 4 SR HI SCH (W 6:30"9:30) (3)
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TECH OF TCH ELEMSCH (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
PROB LO ELEM GRADES (TBA) (3)
PROB UPPER ELEM GRADES (TBA) (3)
READ-THE LEARN BASES (T6:30"9:30) (3)
ID 4 EVAL READ DIS (M 6:30-9:30) (3)
ELEM SCH CURR (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
ADV LANG ARTS ELEM SCH (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
ENGL (English)
11001COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3
,11002COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
�11003COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
11004COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
11005COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
11006COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
11007COMPOSITION (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
11008COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
11009COMPOS ITl ON (MWF 11:00) (3)
110010COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
1110011COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
110012COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30"1:45) (3)
110013COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
1110014COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
110015COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
1 1110016COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
I110017COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
1110018COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
110019COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
110020COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
110021COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
110022COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
110023COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
110024COMPOSITION MWF 8:00) (3)
110025COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
1100?6COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
110027COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
110028COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
110029COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
110030COMPOSITION (MWF 10:00) (3)
110031COMPOSITION (MWF 11:00) (3)
110032COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
110033COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
110034COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
110035COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
110036COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
110037COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
110038COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
110039COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
110040COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00 (3)
110041COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
110042COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
110043COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
110044COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
110045COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
110046COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
110047COMPOSITION (MWF 3:00) (3)
110048COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
110049COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
110050COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00"3:15) (3)
110051COMPOSITION (MWF 1:00) (3)
110052COMPL IT ION (MWF 1:00) (3)
110053COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
110054COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30"10:45) (3)
1100S5COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
110056COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
110057COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
110058COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
110059COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
110060COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00"3:15) (3)
110061COMPOSITION (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
110062COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
110063COMPOSITION (MWF 3:00) (3)
110064COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
110065COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
110066COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
110067COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
110068COMPOSITION (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
110069COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
110070COMPOSITION (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
110071COMPOSITION (MWF 8:00) (3)
110072COMPOSITION (MWF 9:00) (3)
110073COMPOSITION (MWF 12:00) (3)
110074COMPOSITION (MWF 2:00) (3)
110075COMPOSITION (MWF 3:00) (3)
110076COMPOSITION (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
110077COMPOSITION (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
110078COMPOSITION (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
110079COMPOSITION (TTh 2:00"3:15) (3)
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1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
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1100
1100
1100
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1100
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2100
2100
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2200
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2200
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2200
2200
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3610
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4120
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4323
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5430
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6020
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6160
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6310
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6950
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81
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INTRO ENGLISH
MAJOR AMER WR
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GRAM LING ftEM MAJ (TTh 8:00"9:15) (3)
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MODERN FANTASY (MWF 10:00) (3)
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AMER FOLKLORE (MWF 2:00) (3)
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ADV ENGL GRAM (MWF 11:00) (3)
INTRO LING (MWF 9:00) (3)
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ADV COMPOSITION (TTh 9:3010:45) (3)
INTRO POET WR (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
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INTRO EDIT 4 AES (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
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COMPRE MUSICIANSHIP (MWF 12:00) (3)
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MUSIC APPREC (TTh 12:00) (2)
ORCHESTRAL MUS (TTh 1:00) (2)
MUSIC OF THE THEATRE (MW 12:00) (2)
MUS OF WORLD'S PEOP (TTh 12:00) (2)
HIST OF JAZZ MUSIC (TTh 1:00) (2)
STRING GRP (TTh 8:00) (1)
STRING GRP (TTh 9:00) (1)
COMPOSITION (T 10:00 & TBA) (?)
COMPRE MUSIC LAB (MW 10:00) (1)
COMPRE MUSIC LAB (TTh 11:00) (1)
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IIC ADM (T 7:00-9:00) (2)
SEM PROB IN MU ED (TBA) (2)
SEM PROB IN MU ED (TBA) (2)
f IANO LIT & AOV PED (MWF 9:00) (3)
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INDEP STUDY
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ANCIENT PHIL (MWF 2:00) (
MEDIEVAL PHIL (MWF 9:00) (3)
MODERN PHIL (MWF 10:00) (3)
CONTEMP PHIL (MWF 1:00) (3)
INTRO CRIT THINKING (MWF 1:00) (3)
MORAL PROB IN MED (TTh 11:00-12:30)
PLATO (TTh 9:30-11:00) (3)
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KANT AND GER IDEAL (TTh 2:00-3:30) (3)
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S & M GOLF (TTh 8:00-10:00) (l)
S 4 M BADM 4 BOWL (TTh 8:00-10:00) (1)
S 4 M SWIM (TTh 10:00-12:00) (1)
S 4 M WATER SPTS (TTh 10:00-12:00) (1)
TUMBLING (TTh 8:00-10:00) (1)
TUMBLING (TTh 8:00-10:00) (1)
S 4 M - EDUC GYMN (MW 12:00"2:00) (1)
S 4 M - GYMN (MW 8:00-10:00) (2)
S 4 M - FLD HOCKEY (TTh 10:00-12:00) (1)
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SENIOR LIFE SAV (MW 2:00"3:30) (2)
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HUM KIN 4 MTR LRNG (MW 8:00; F 8:00"10:00)
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PRAC 4 PROC PHYE EL SCH (TTh 8:00) (2)
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PRAC 4 PROC EAR CHLD PE (TTh 2:00) (2)
COACH THEORIES (TTh 2:00) (2)
COACH VOLLEYBALL (MF 1:00-2:30) (1)
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COACH WRESTLING (TTh 12:00-1:30) (1)
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2 METH TEACH PHYE (M-F 10:00-11:30) (3)
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1 VOICE SCI (W 1:00-4:00) (3)
SEM ORA FAC ANOMAL (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
1 SEM FLUENCY DISOR (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
1 CLIN PRACT IN SP (W 4:00) (1)
1 CLIN PRACT IN SP (W 4:00) (2)
1 CLIN PRACT IN SP (W 4:00) (3)
1 CLIN PRACT IN AUD (TW 4:00) (l)
1 CLIN PRACT IN AUD (TW 4:00) (2)
1 CLIN PRACT IN AUD (TW 4:00) (3)
1 MASTER OF SCI PAPER (TBA) (2)
1 READ SP HRG RES (TBA) (1)
1 READ SP HRG RES (TBA) (2)
1 INTERNSHIP (TBA) (2)
1 THESIS SP HRG (TBA) (3)
1 THESIS SP HRG (TBA) (3)
1 THESIS SP HRG (TBA) (3)
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DEPARTMENTAL CHAIRPERSON
SOCW (Social Work)
INTRO TO SOC WORK (TTh 9:00) (2)
INTRO TO SOC WORK (TTh 1:00) (2)
INTRO TO SOC WELF (TTh 11:00) (2)
FUND OF INTERVIEW (TTh 10:00) (2)
FUND OF INTERVIEW (TTh 11:00) (2)
SOC WELF LEGCASE LAW (TTh 3:00-4:40) (4)
SOC WELF LEGCASE LAW (TTh 8:00-9:40) (4)
SOC WELF POL 4 ISS (TTh 9:00-10:40) (4)
PROC SOC WORK INTERV (MW 3:00-4:40) (4)
PROC SOC WORK INTERV (TTh 3:00-4:40) (4)
ORG MGMT SOC WELF SYST (M 1:00-4:00) (3)
FIELD EDUC 4 SEM M 9:00-12:00) (10)
FIELD EDUC 4 SEM (M 9:00-12:00) (10)
FIELD EDUC 4 SEM (M 9:00-12:00) (10)
HUM BEHAV 4 SOC ENV (M 2:00-5:00) (3)
HUM BEHAV 4 SOC ENV IR (W 12:00-3:00) (3)
COM SERV CHILDREN (T 1:00-4:00) (3)
PROC GRP WORK INTERV (M 1:00-4:00) (3)
COM PROG 4 DEV SOC WELF (W 6:30-9:30) (3)
PLAN WITHIN SOC WELF AG 4 INST (W 1:00-4-00) (3
SUPERV IN SOC WELF AGENC (W 9:00-12:00) (3)
10001
10002
20001
20011
20012
30011
30012
30021
30031
30032
40001
49901
49902
49903
50011
50012
50021
50031
50051
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SPAN (Spanish)
1001
1001
1001
1001
1001
1001
1002
1002
1002
1002
1003
1003
1003
1003
1004
1004
2103
2116
2123
2228
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3216
3233
4323
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4
1
2
3
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
SOCI (Sociology)
ELEM SPANISH (MWF 9:00) (3)
ELEM SPANISH (MWF 10:00) (3)
ELEM SPANISH (MWF 11:00) (3)
ELEM SPANISH (MWF 12:00) (3)
ELEM SPANISH (MWF 1:00) (3)
ELEM SPANISH (MWF 2:00) (3)
ELEM SPANISH (MWF 9:00) (3)
ELEM SPANISH (MWF 10:00) (3)
1EM SPANISH (MWF 12:00) (3)
ELEM SPANISH (MWF 2:00) (3)
INTERMED SPANISH (MWF 9:00) (3)
INTERMED SPANISH (MWF 10:00) (3)
INTERMED SPANISH (MWF 12:00) (3;
INTERMED SPANISH (MWF 2:00) (3)
INTERMED SPANISH (MWF 12:00) (3)
INTERMED SPANISH (MWF 1:00) (3)
REVIEW OF GRAMMAR (MWF 9:00) (3)
SPAN-AM CIVILIZATION (TTh 2-00) (2)
ERLY EXPER PROSP TEACH (M li:00) )
INTRO STUDY OF LIT (W 11:00 ,1
PRACT PHONETICS (TTh 10:00) (2)
ADV GRAMMAR 4 COMP (TTh 11-00) (?)
Mr? TL'TJ661-PRESENT (TTh'8:00-9: ,5)
METH TEACH FRGN LANG (MWF 1-00) (3
OON QUIJOTE (TTh 1:00) (?)
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COURTSHIP 4 MARR (MWF 9:00) (3)
COURTSHIP 4 MARR (M 6:30-9:30) (?)
COURTSHIP 4 MARR (MWF 1:00) (3)
COURTSHIP 4 MARR (Th 2:00-5:00) (3)
INTR SOCIOL (MWF 8:00) (3)
INTR SOCIOL (TTh 8:00-9:15) (3)
INTR SOCIOL (MWF 9:00) (3)
INTR SOCIOL (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
INTR SOCIOL (MWF 10:00) (3)
INTR SOCIOL (MWF 11:00) (3)
INTR SOCIOL (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
INTR SOCIOL (MWF 12:00) (3)
INTRO SOCIOL (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
INTR SOCIOL (MWF 1:00) (3)
INTR SOCIOL (MWF 2:00) (3)
INTR SOCIOL (TTh 2:00-3:15) (3)
INTR SOCIOLOGY (MWF 10:00) (3)
MOD SOCIAL PROB (MWF 9:00) (3)
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PROB (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
3)
MOD SOCIAL PROB (TTh 12:30-1:45)
INTR QUAN SOCIOL (MWF 11:00) (3)
INTR QUAN SOCIOL LAB (TBA) (0)
RURAL SOCIOL (MWF 10:00) (3)
URBAN SOCIOL (MWF
SYMBOL INTER (TTh
COMM ORGAN IZ (MWF
MARRIAGE 4 FAM (M
CRIMINOLOGY (TTh
11:00) (3)
9:30-10:45)
1:00) (3)
6:30-9:30)
11:00-12:15)
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(3)
(3)
ADV PRINCIPLES (MWF 9:00) (3)
RACIAL 4 CULT MIN (MW 8:00) (2)
RACIAL 4 CULT MIN (TTh 8:00) (2)
SOCIAL STRATIF (TTh 9:30-10:45) (3)
SOCIAL CHANGE (TTh 12:30-1:45) (3)
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
1
1
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METH OF SOCIAL RES (TTh 2:
READ IN SOCIOL (TBA) (1)
REAO IN SOCIOL (TBA) (2)
READ IN SOCIOL (TBA) (3)
REAO INTR MED SOCIOL (MWF 1:00)
CONT SOCIAL PROB (Th 2:00-4:00)
APPL SOCIAL STAT (MWF 9:00) (3)
APPL SOCIAL STAT LAB (TBA) (0)
SOC ASP OF DEATH 4 DYING (W 2:00-4:00) (2)
JUV DELINQ (T 1:00-3:00) (2)
HIST OF SOCIOL (MWF 12:00) (3)
RES MARR 4 FAMILY (T 6:30-9:30) (3)
SEM SOCIAL ORGAN IZ (Th 6:30-9:30) (3)
SEM DEVIANT BEH (TTh 3:30"4:45) (3)
SEM MOD SOCIO THEORY (TTh 11:00-12:15) (3)
SEM PUP4 HUMAN ECOLOGY (W 6:30:30) (3)
SMALL GRP RES (TTh 3:30-4:45) (3)
READ IN SOCIOL (TBA) (1)
READ IN SOCIOL (TBA) (2)
READ IN SOCIOL (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
2000
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
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2080
2080
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3004
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4000
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4323
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14
15
16
17
18
19
1
2
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
BCASTING WORKSHOP (TBA) (1)
VO E 4 DICTION (MW 12:00) (?)
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VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
VOICE
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9:00) (3)
11:00) (2)
1:00) (?)
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FUND OF BROADCASTING
RADIO 4 TV NEWS (MWF
BUS I 4 PROF SPCH (WF
BUS I 4 PROF SPCH (WF
BUS I 4 PROF SPCH (WF
BCASTING WORKSHOP (TBA) (1
ORAL INTERPRET (TTh 2-001 O)
PUBLIC SPEAKING (WF IOO) (?)
PUBLIC SPEAKING (TTh -00 I)
RADIO PRODUCTION (T?H?So4?r)
ADV TV PRODUCT (TTh 8,OO-ljJ5,
BCASTING WORKSHOP (TBA) (?) ?
TV PERFORMANCF (TTh 12-00- .1 I
TEACH THEATRE MTti&VwlA
(3)
(3)
(?)
(3)
3)
SPED
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21011
2101?
21013
21014
21021
2102?
21023
32011
3? 01?
32011
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43251
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INTRO FXCEP
INTRO EXCEP
INTRO EXCfP
INTRO EXCFP
INTRO MENTAL ,
INTRO MFNTAL RET
INTRO MENTAL RET
METH MAT IN MR
METH MAT IN MR
METH MAT IN MR I
REM RDG HANDICAP
E3UC 4 RETARD (TTh
OBS SUFV TCHC SPEC
CHILD (MWF y:00) (3)
CHILD (MWF 10:00) (3J
CHILD (Mwr 12:00 3
CHILD (MWF ?:00) (0)
' (MWP 1100) (3)
'TTh 9:30-10:45)
MWF 1:00) (3)
(MWF 9:00 (3)
(Mwf H:00) (3)
(MWF i:00) (3)
TfH 9:30-12:00)
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ED (TBA) (8)
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5502
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6101
6201
6201
6203
6302
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6991
6992
6993
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MINOR PROB SPEC ED (TBA) (3)
MINOR PROB SPEC ED (TBA) (3)
INTRO LEARN DISAB (TTh 9:30-10-��5)
INTRO LEARN DISAB '
METH MAT LD CHILD
METH MAT LD CHILD
ADV METH MAT MP I
RESEARCH IN SPEC ED (M
PRACT IN LD (TBA) (?)
PRACT IN LD (TBA) (2)
INTER IN MR (TBA) (2)
INTERN IN MR (TBA) (2)
6:30-9:30) (3)
(TTh 2:00-3:15)
(Th 6:30-3:30)
W 6:30-9:30) (3)
6:30-9:30) (3)
!3)
4630
4640
4940
(3)
3)
23 February 1976 FQUNTAINHEAD Pay 21
Printmaking Studio VIII (M-F 8:00-l 0:00) (3)
Printmaking Studio IX (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
20th Cent. Paint &. Sculp (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
?AUGUST 30 - OCTOBER 6
TECH (Technology)
"�100 1 INTERN IN TECH TEACH (TBA) (8)
5300 1 MID GRADES OCCUP EXPL (Th 5:00-8:
00) (3)
Geography Continued
I) (3;
Course
No.
5501
5502
5503
6500
6501
6502
6503
650i�
6521
6995
6996
6999
Section
No.
PROBLEMS
PROBLEMS
PROBLEMS
RESEAPCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
RESEARCH
READINGS
THESIS (TBA) (3)
THESIS (TBA) (3)
RESIDENCE (0)
(TBA) (1)
(TBA) (2)
(TBA) (3)
URBAN (TBA) (3)
ECONOMIC (TBA) (3)
CARTOGRAPHY (TBA) (3)
PHYSICAL (TBA) (3)
GEOG ED (TBA) (3)
(TBA) (3)
Each course listed on schedule forms should include the appropriate abbre-
viation and course number only-for example, ACCT 2401.
ACCT (ACCOUNTING)
FIRST TERM
2401 Financial Accounting (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2521 Managerial Accounting (M-F 1:00-2:30)(3)
3551 Inter Acct I (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3621 Cost Accounting (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
2401 Financial Accounting (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
2521 Managerial Accounting (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3561 Inter Acct II (M-F 9:40-11:10)(3)
3901 Income Tax I (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
6831 Taxation & Bus Dec (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
FINA (FINANCE - See Finance under proper place in alphabetical order)
ANTH(ANTHROPOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
1000 Intro Anth (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
2010 Societies, World (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3100 Arch Field School (M-F 8:00-5:00) (8)
5251 Folklore (M-F 9:40-1110) (3)
5252 Medical Anth (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
1000 Intr Anth (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
2010 Societies, World (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
ART (ART)
FIRST TERM
1001 Color & Design (M-F 9:40-11:40) (3)
1910 Art Appreciation (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
2200 Intro to Comm Art (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
2305 Weaving Design Stud I (M-F 9:40-11:40) (3)
2315 Weaving Design Stud II (M-F 9:40-l 1:40) (3)
3305 Weaving Design Stud III (M-F 9:40-l 1:40) (3)
3220 Photography I (M-F 11:20-l :20) (3)
3850 Art in Elem School (M-F 9:40-l 2:10) (3)
4560 Adv Painting I (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
4561 Adv Painting II (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
4562 Adv Painting III (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
4561 Adv Painting IV (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
4564 Adv Painting V (M-F 8:00-l 0:00) (3)
SECOND TERM
1001 Color & Design (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
1030 Figure Drawing (M-F 8:00-l 0:00) (3)
2100 Ceramic Studio I (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
2110 Ceramic Studio II (M-F 8:00-l 0:00) (3)
3100 Ceramic Studio III (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
3110 Ceramic Studio IV (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
2600 Printmaking Studio I (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
2610 Puntmaking Studio II (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
3600 Printmaking Studio III (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
3610 Printmaking Studio IV (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
4600 Printmaking Studio V (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
4610 Printmaking Studio VI (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
4620 Printmaking Studio VU (M-F 8:00-10:00) (3)
BIOL
1050
1051
1060
1061
1080
1081
2120
2121
3110
3111
4504
4514
5300
5720
5995
6030
6504
6514
6694
6695
6696
6699
1050
1051
1060
1061
1070
1071
2120
2121
4504
4514
5250
5251
5995
6003
6020
6021
6504
6514
6994
6995
6996
6999
(BIOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
Prin Biol I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Prin Biol I Lab (MWF 1:00-4:00) (1)
Environ Biol (M-F 8:00-10:00) (4)
Environ Biol Lab (MWF 1.00-4:00) (1)
Gen Zoology (M-F 8:00-10:00) (5)
Gen Zoology Lab (MWTh 1:004:00) (0)
Hu Phys &. Anat (M-F 11:20-l :20) (4)
Hu Phys & Anat Lab (MWF 1:304:30) (1)
Cell Phys (M-F 8 0-9:30) (4)
Cell Phys Lab (MWF 1.30-4:30) (0)
Res Prob (TBA) (2)
Res Prob (TBA) (2)
Genetics (M-F 9:40-l 1:10) (3)
Prin Biol II (M-F 1:30-2:30) (2)
Internship (TBA) (1)
Topics in Cell (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Res Prob (TBA) (2)
Res Prob (TBA) (2)
Internship (TBA) (i)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
Prin Biol I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Prin Biol I Lab (MWTh 1:004:00) (1)
Environ Biol (M-F 8:00-10:00) (4)
Environ Biol Lab (MWTh 1:00-4:00) (1)
Gen Botany (M-F 8:00-10:00) (5)
Gen Botany Lab (MWF 1:004:00) (0)
Hu Phys & Anat (M-F 11:20-l :20) (4)
Hu Phys & Anat Lab (MWTh 1:304:30) (1)
Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
Res Prob Biol (TBA) (2)
Ecology (M-F 8:00-9:30) (4)
Ecology Lab (MWF 1:004:00) (0)
Internship (TBA) (1)
Seminar (TBA) (1)
Marine Biol (TTh 1:304:00) (3)
Marine Biol Lab (WF 1:304:30) (0)
Res Prob (TBA) (2)
Res Prob (TBA) (2)
Internship (TBA) (1)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (0)
BUED (BUSINESS EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
3225 Off Sim & Word Procsg (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3228 Admin Management (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3291
3292
3293
3294
5388
5500
5501
5502
6475
6476
6495
BUSA
2002
2242
3242
3352
3722
3832
4362
4462
4662
4732
4752
4842
4962
67
2002
3242
3352
3722
3832
SECOND TERM
Intern Sup Work Exp (TBA) (1)
Intern Sup Work Exp (TBA) (2)
Intern Sup Work Exp (TBA) (3)
Intern Sup Work Exp (TBA) (4)
Sem Bus & Dist Educ (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
Ind Study Dist Educ (TBA) (2)
Ind Study Basic Bus Ed (TBA) (2)
Ind Study, Sec Science (TBA) (2)
Org & Adm of Oc Dist & Of Ed (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Coordination Techniques (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Trends, Issues & Voc Phil (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
(BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION)
FIRST TERM
Intro to Bus (M-F 9:40-l 1:10) (3)
Legal Envir Bus (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Organiz Mgt (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
International Bus (M-F 9.40-11:10) (3)
Operations Management (M-F 2:404:10) (3)
Marketing Management (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Retail Management (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Manpower Management (M-F 9:40-l 1:10) (3)
Marketing Research (M-F 1:00-2:30)(3)
Consumer Behavior (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Adv & Promotion Mgt (M-F 2:404 10) (3)
Business Policy (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
Topics in Mgt and Mkt (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Business Policies (Th 6:30-10:30) (0)
SECOND TERM
Intro to Bus (M-F 1 1 20-1 2:50) (3)
Legal Knvu Business (M-F 9:40-1 1.10) (3)
Organ! Mgt (M-F 1:00-2:30)(3)
International Bus (M-F 2:404:10)(3)
Operations Mgt (M:F 4:40-1 1:10) (3)
Mai ketinjj Management (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)





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4562
4842
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Selling & Sales Mgt (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
Marketing Strateg) (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
Business Policy (M-F9:40-11:10) (3)
Business PoliciesIh 6:30-10:30)(3)
Public Relations (M-F I 1:20-12:50) (3)
�Students must enroll both terms to receive credit
CHEM (CHEMISTRY)
FIRST 11 KM
Basic Gen & Org ('hem (M-l l 40-1 l:10)
Basic Gen & OrgChem Lab (MTTli 1:00 :00)(1 )
Gen Chem & QuaJ Anal (M-l ; 40-1 I I0)
Qua! Anal Lab (Ml l; I 00) (1 )
istry (M-l � 11:10)
(Ml'W!
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MD rERM
DRAM (DRAMA)
FIRST TERM
1000 Intro to Theatre (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
1000 Intro to Theatre (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
1011 Ballet I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1013 Jazz Dance I (9:40-11:10) (3)
1000
SECOND TERM
Intro to Theatre (M-F 8 00-9 00) (2
DRED (DRIVER I 1)1MIONl
2000
6400
I IRS I I I KM
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Law (M I !
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6501
6502
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6990
6991
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Independent Study (TBA) (2 i
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent StudyIB An I
Interns Comm Hhh (TBA) (3)
Interns Comm HDth(TBA)(3)
SECOND TERM
Independent Study (TBA Ml)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Sem Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (1)
Intern Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (8)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Interns Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
Interns Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
Must enroll in both terms to receive credit.
CORS (CORRECTIONAL SERVICES)
FIRST TERM
1000 Crim Justice System (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
3001 Community Correct (M-F 9:40-l 1:10) (3)
CSCI (COMPUTER SCIENCE)
FIRST TERM
1584 Linear Alg Comput Appl (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3600 Intro Digit Comput (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
3600 Intro Digit Comput (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3601 Comput Org & Progr (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
5774 Programming for Resrch (M-F 11:20-l2:50) (3)
DHEA (DIVISION OF HEALTH AFFAIRS)
FIRST TERM
2002 Alcohol Hlth & Soc Prob (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
5094 Treat of Alcoholism (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
2002
5098
SECOND TERM
Alcohol Hlth & Soc Prob (M-F I I 20-12:50) (3)
Hlth Prog Ale Abuse (M-F 1:00-2:30)(3)
2113
2133
2223
2283
3243
3623
4203
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Management Sciem e I (I
Quan Methoi
Human Resources (M 6 !
SECOND II KM
Pun Economics I (M-F ' :00-2 ;t)i
Prin Economics II (M-F 11:20 I
Intro to Computers (M-F 9:40-1 l:10)
Statistical Anal I (M-F 8:00-9:30)1
Microeconomics (M-F 8:00-9:30) I : I
Management Science I (M-F I 1 :20-l 2:50)(3)
Labor Relations (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Human Resources (M 6:30-10:30) (3)
"Students must enroll both terms to receive credit
EDAD
6406
6409
6428
6453
6483
6487
6490
6491
6989
6990
6991
6992
6993
6994
7408
7460
7521
7523
7991
7993
7994
5334
6400
6406
6407
6409
6479
6481
6483
6490
6491
(EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION)
FIRST TERM
Elem School Admin (MT 4:20-5:50, 6:30-8:45) (3)
Sec School Admin (WTh 4:20-5:50, 6:30-8:45) (3)
Prin Prac Supervision (WTh 4:20-5:50, 6:30-8:45) (3)
The Adult Learner (MW 1:004:45) (3)
Intro to School Law (WTh 4:20-5:50, 6:30-8 45) (3)
Processes in Adult Ed (TTh 4:20-8:05) (3)
Prob in Adult Ed (TBA) (3)
Prob in Adult Ed (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern in Ad Ed (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern in Ad Ed (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern-Sup Prac (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern-Seminar (TBA) (3)
Cur Inst Spec Int I (TBA) (3)
Curlnst Speclnt I (TBA) (3)
Public School Admin (M-F 4:20-8:20) (3) (614-27)
Adv Public Relations (MT 6:00-8:30) (2)
Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
Admin Intern Level II (TBA) (3)
Cur Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
Cur Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
Home Sch Com Relat (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (2)
Seminar-Supervision (M-F 1:004:00) (2) (629-712)
Elem Sch Admin (M-F 9.40-11:10) (3)
Public Sch Finance (MT 4:20-5:50, 6:30-8:45) (3)
Sec School Admin (WTh 4:20-5:50, 6:30-8:45) (3)
Intro Com Col & Ad Ed (MW 1:00-4:45) (3)
Dev Adult Ed Pro� (TTh 4:20-8:05) (3)
Intro To School Liw (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Prob m Adult Educ(TBA)(3)
Prob in Adult Educ (TBA) (3)






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Admin Intern in Ad Ed (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern in Ad Ed (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern-Sup Prac (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern-Seminar (TBA) (3)
Cur Inst Spec Int I (TBA) (3)
Cur Inst Spec Int I (TBA) (3)
Staff Person Prob (WTh 6:00-8:30) (2)
Sch Business Manage (WTh 4:20-5:50, 6:30-8 45)(3)
Issu Prob Research Ed (MT 6:00-8:30) (2)
Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
Admin Intern Level II (TBA) (3)
Cur Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
Cut Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
EHLT (ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH)
FIRST TERM
Intro Environ Hlth (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Prob in Lnvimn Hlth (TBA) (2)
I nvir Hlth Interns (TBA) (5)
Tec Adv Wtr Wste Treat (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
Prob Res Env Hlth (TBA) (2)
2100
3501
4990
MOO
(.501
3501
4991
6501
ELEM
2101
3202
3204
3205
4340
4341
4342
4343
4344
4345
4346
4347
4348
4532
4533
4534
5306
6415
6416
6417
6425
6488
5251
5309
5310
5312
5313
5316
5317
5335
(,405
64 I 6
6417
6418
6425
SECOND TERM
Prob in Environ Hlth (TBA) (2)
Envir Hlth Interns (TBA) (5)
Prob Res Env Hlth (TBA) (2)
(ELEMENTARY EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
Intro to Educ (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Lang Arts Leg (M-F 2:40-4:40) (4)
Fund of Reading (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Diag-Presc Tchg Rdg (M-F 9:40-l 1:10) (3)
Obs & Stu Teh Kind (TBA) (4)
Obs&StuTch LEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob in Educ (TBA)(I)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Soc Studies in Elem S (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
Tech of Teh Elem Sch (M-F 7:40-9:10) (3)
Prob Lo Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Prob Upper Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Elem Sch Curr (M-F 6:00-7:30) (3)
Adv Ling Arts Elem Sc (M-F 6:00-7:301(3)
SECOND TERM
Founda in Arithmetic (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Founda Curr Ei Chi Ed (M-F9:40-l 1:10)(3)
Teh EvaJ Er Chi Ed (M-F I 1:20-l 2:50) (3)
Emprov Read Instr (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
Read Reined & Prac (M-F 1:00-2:30)(3)
Applied Phonics (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Read Jr & Sr Hi Sch (M-F 2:404:10) (3)
Aeoispace Education (M-F 1.00-5:00) (710-21) (3)
Invest Teh Reading (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
Prob Lo Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Prob Upper'l lem Grade (TBA) (3)
Read-The Learn Bases (M-F I :00-2:30) (3)
Elem Sch Curr (M-F 1 1:20-12:50)(3)
ENGL (ENGLISH)
1 100
1 I 00
1200
1200
2100
2200
2200
2200
2300
2710
3410
3570
3570
3610
3630
3810
4090
4150
4250
4510
4520
5460
5700
6160
FIRST TERM
Composition (M-l I 00-2:30)(3)
Composition (M-f 8:00-9:30)(3)
Composition (M-F 8:00-9:30X3)
Com osition (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Majoi British Writers (M-F I :O0-2:3())(3)
MajOl American Writers (M-F 1:4CM 1:10) (3)
Majoi American Writers (M-E 8:00-9:30) 3)
Majoi American Writers (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Rec But Am Win (M-E I 1:20-12:50) (3)
English Grammai (M-F9:40-l 1:10)(3)
Intro to Poetry (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
American Folklore (M-F I 1 :20-1 2:50) (3)
American folklore (M-E 1:00-2:30) (3)
Human Values in Lit (M-F I 1:20-12:50)(3)
Bible as Lit (M-F 9:40-1 1.10) (3)
Advanced Comp (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
Shakespeare Tragedies (M-E 1.00-2:30) (3)
Romantic Period (M-E 11:20-12:50)(3)
Am Lit I 865-1920 (M-F 9:40-11.TO) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Early 20th Cent Poet (M-F 8:00-30) (3)
Cult LingHist Engl Lang (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Byron, Shelly, Keats (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
6995
6996
6999
1100
1100
1200
1200
2100
2200
2200
2750
2750
3260
3420
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Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (0)
SECOND TERM
Composition (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Composition (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Composition (M-F 11:20-l2:50) (3)
Composition (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Major British Writers (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
Major Amer Writers (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Major Amer Writers (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Gram Ling Elem Maj (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Gram Ling Elem Maj (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Black Lit America (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
Short Story (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
Classical Myth (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
American Folklore (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Victorian Literature (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Am Lit 1820-1 855 (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Lit for Children (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Lit for Children (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
South Region Writing (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Comtemporary Drama (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
16th Cent Engl Lit (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Modern Am Novel (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Biblio and Methods (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Adv Stud Child Lit (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (0)
JOUR (JOURNALISM - See Journalism under proper place in
alphabetical order)
FINA (FINANCE)
3724
6604
3724
4304
FIRST TERM
Financial Management (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Financial Management II (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
Financial Management (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Investments (M-F 11:20-l2:50) (3)
FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
FIRST TERM
FREN(FRENCH)
1001 Elementary French (M-F 9:40-11.10) (3)
1002 Elementary French (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
1003 Intermediate French (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
'004 Intermediate French (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
1002
1003
1004
SECOND TERM
Elementary French (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Intermediate French (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Intermediate French (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
GERM (GERMAN - See German under proper place in alphabetical
order)
SPAN (SPANISH - See Spanish under proper place in alphabetical
order)
GEOG
1000
1000
2001
2003
3004
3005
3046
3054
3072
5024
1000
1000
2002
2008
3055
3080
5099
6014
(GEOGRAPHY)
FIRST TERM
Earth and Man (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Earth and Man (M-F 9:40-11.10) (3)
World Geography I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Economic Geography (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Urban Geography (M-F9:40-1 1:10) (3)
Geou Env Resomces (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
US ct Canada (M-F 1 1.20-12:50) (3)
Caribbean America (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2 )
Cartography (M-E 1:00-3:30) (3)
Regional Development (M-F 1 1.20-1 2:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
Earth and Man (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Earth and Man (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
Woild Geography II (M-F I 1 20-1 2:50) (3)
Map Reading (M-F 1:00-3:30) (3)
North Catolina (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Climatology (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Sem in Physical Geog (M-F 1 1:20-12:50) (3)
Regional Geog (Latin America) (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
See Planning under proper place in alphabetical
PLAN (PLANNING
order)
GEOL (GEOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
1 500 Physical Geology (M-F 9.40-11:10) (3)
1 501 Phy sical Geol Lab (MTW 1 1:20-2:20) (1)





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Selling & Sales Mgt (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Marketing Strategy (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
Business Policy (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
Business Policies (Th 6:30-10:30) (3)
Public Relations (M-F I 1:20-12:50) (3)
ts must enroll both terms to receive credit
(CHEMISTRY)
FIRST TERM
Basic Gen & Org (hem (M-F 1.4()- l:10)(3)
Basic Gen & OrgChem Lab (Ml Hi 1.004:00) (1 1
Gen Chem & Qua! Anal (M-l 9:40-1 l:10)i
Gen Chem & Qual Anal Lab (Ml Ih 1:004:00) I )
Organic Chemistry (M I 9:40-1 l:10)
. Chemistr) (MTWTh 12 3i 1(2)
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SECOND II KM
DRAM (DRAMA)
FIRST TERM
1000 Intro to Theatre (M-F 9:40-l 0:40) (2 I
1000 Intro to Theatre (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
1011 Ballet (M-F8:00-9:30)(3)
1013 Jazz Dance I (9:40-11:10) (3)
SECOND TERM
1000 ntro to Theatre (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
DRED (DRIVER I Il UION)
I IKS I IIRM
Intro Drivi 1 Ed (M-l 8:00-9: ?0)(3)
Highway rrans System (M I 9:40-10 10) (2)
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(COMMUNITY HEALTH)
FIRST IIRM
Ind it Stud (TBA'M 1)
Independent Stud)I BA)(2)
Indepei 1 rBA) (3)
. Sem Comm Hlth 1 luc (1 BA)( 1)
Intei Comm Hlth I due rBA)(0)
Independent Study (TBA)(2)
Independent Stud) (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Interns Comm Hlth (TBA)(3)
Interns Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)

SECOND TERM
Independent Study (TBA) (I)
Independent Study (TBA)(2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Sem Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (1)
Intern Comm Hlth Educ (TBA) (8)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Interns Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
Interns Comm Hlth (TBA) (3)
?Must enroll in both terms to receive credit.
CORS (CORRECTIONAL SERVICES)
FIRST TERM
1000 Crim Justice System (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
4500
4501
4502
4989
?4990
6500
6501
6502
6990
6991
3001
SECOND TERM
Community Correct (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
CSCI (COMPUTER SCIENCE)
FIRST TERM
1584 Linear Alg Comput Appl (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3600 Intro Digit Comput (M-F 8.00-9:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
3600 Intro Digit Comput (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
3601 Comput Org & Progr (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
5774 Programming for Resrch (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
DHEA (DIVISION OF HEALTH AFFAIRS)
FIRST TERM
2002 Alcohol Hlth & Soc Prob (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
5094 Treat of Alcoholism (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
2002
SECOND TERM
Alcohol Hlth & Soc Prob (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Hlth Prog Ale Abuse (M-F 1:00-2:30)(3)
l ON (ECONOMICS)
3243
J623
6123
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2133
2223
2283
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Int to imputers (M-I 1
Statistical Anal I (M-l 1:00
Microeconomics (M-F , 1:20-l 2
Management Science I (M-l
Quan Methods (M-l
Human Resources (M 6: J0-10:
SECOND TERM
Prin Economics I (M-F I :00 2 30) (3)
Prin Economics II (M-F 11:20 12 50)n
Intro to Computers (M-F 9:40-1 1:10)
Statistical Anal I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Microeconomics (M-F 8:00-9:30) 1 $)
Management Science I (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Labor Relations (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Human Resources (M 6:30-10:30) (3)
Students must enroll both terms to receive credit.
EDAD
6406
6409
6428
6453
6483
6487
6490
6491
6989
6990
6991
6992
6993
6994
7408
7460
7521
7523
7991
7993
7994
5334
6400
6406
6407
6409
6479
6481
6483
6490
6491
(EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION & SUPERVISION)
FIRST TERM
Elem School Admin (MT 4:20-5:50, 6:30-8 45) (3)
Sec School Admin (WTh 4:20-5:50, 6:30-8:45) (3)
Prin Prac Supervision (WTh 4:20-5:50, 6:30-8 45) (3)
The Adult Learner (MW 1:004:45) (3)
Intro to School Law (WTh 4:20-5:50, 6:30-8 45) (3)
Processes in Adult Ed (TTh 4:20-805) (3)
Prob in Adult Ed (TBA) (3)
Prob in Adult Ed (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern in Ad Ed (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern in Ad Ed (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern-Sup Prac (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern-Seminar (TBA) (3)
Cur Inst Spec Int I (TBA) (3)
Cur Inst Spec Int I (TBA) (3)
Af Mh�o ,Admin5M'F 4:20-8:20) (3) (614-27)
Adv Public Relations (MT 6:00-8:30) (2)
Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
Admin Intern Level II (TBA) (3)
Cur Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
Cur Instr Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
Home Sch Com Relat (M-F 11:20-12:50) (2)
Seminar-Supervision (M-F 1:004:00) (2) (629 71 -y
Elem Sch Adrnin (M-F 9 40-11.10) (3)
Public Sch Finance (MT 4:20-5:50, 6:30-845) (3)
Sec School Admin (WTh 4:20-5:50, 6:30-845) (3)
Intro Com Col & Ad Ed (MW 1.00445) (3)
Dev Adult Ed Prog (TTh 4:20-8:05) (3)
Intro To School Law (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Prob in Adult Educ (TBA) (3)
Prob in Adult Educ (TBA) (3)
1100
MOO
1200
1200
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2200
2200
2200
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Admin Intern in Ad Ed (TBA)(3)
Admin Intern-Sup Prac (TBA) (3)
Admin Intern-Seminar (TBA) (3)
Cur Inst Spec Int I (TBA) (3)
Cur Inst Spec Int I (TBA) (3)
Staff Person Prob (WTh 6:00-8:30) (2)
Sch Business Manage (WTh 4:20-5:50, 6'30-845)(3)
Issu Prob Research Ed (MT 6:00-8:30) (2)
Dir Read Fduc Leader (TBA) (2)
Dir Read Educ Leader (TBA) (2)
Admin Intern Level II (TBA; (3)
Cur Insir Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
Cur Insti Spec Int II (TBA) (3)
EHLT (ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH)
FIRST TERM
Intro Environ Hlth (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Prob m Environ Hlth (TBA) (2)
Envir Hlth Interns (TBA) (5)
Tec AclvWtr Wste Treat (M-F 4:20-5-50) (1)
Prob Res Env Hlth (TBA) (2)
2100
3501
4990
6400
6501
3501
4991
6501
ELEM
2101
3202
3204
3205
4340
4341
4342
4343
4344
4345
4346
4347
4348
4532
4533
4534
5306
6415
6416
6417
6425
6488
5251
5309
5310
5312
5313
5316
5317
5335
6405
6416
6417
6418
6425
SECOND TERM
Prob in Environ Hlth (TBA) (2)
Envir Hlth Interns (TBA) (5)
Prob Res Env Hlth (TBA) (2)
(ELEMENTARY EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
Intro to Educ (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Lang Arts Leg (M-F 2:40-4:40) (4)
Fund of Reading (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Diag-Presc Tchg Rdg (M-F 9:40-l 110) (3)
Obs & Stu Teh Kind (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh LEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Obs & Stu Teh UEG (TBA) (4)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Prob in Educ (TBA) (1)
Soc Studies in Elem S (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
Tech of Teh Elem Sch (M-F 7:40-9:10) (3)
Prob Lo Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Prob Upper Elem Grades (TBA) (3)
Elem Sch Curr (M-F 6:00-7:30) (3)
Adv Lang Arts Elem Se (M-F 6:00-7:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
Founda in Arithmetic (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
FoundaCurr Er Chi Ed (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Teh Fval Er Chi Ed (M-F I 1:20-l 2:50) (3)
Emprov Read Instr (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Read Reined & Prac (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
Applied Phonics (M-F 8:00-9 30) (3)
Read Jr&Sr Hi Sch (M-F 2:404:10) (3)
Aeorspace Education (M-F 1:00-5:00) (710-2 1) (3)
Invest Teh Reading (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Prob Lo Hem Grades (TBA) (3)
Prob Upper'Elem Grade (TBA) (3)
Read-The Learn Bases (M-F 1:00-2:30)(3)
Elem Sch Curr (M-F 1 1:20-12:50) (3)
LNGL (ENGLISH)
I 100
1100
1200
1200
2100
2200
2200
2200
2300
2710
3410
3570
3570
3610
3630
3810
4090
4150
4250
4510
4520
5460
5700
6160
FIRST TERM
Composition (M-F l:00-2:30)(3)
Composition (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Composition (M-F 8:00-9.30) (3)
Composition (M-F 1:00-2:30)(3)
Majoi British Writers (M-F I :00-2:30) (3)
Majoi American Writers (M-F 9:49-1 1:10) (3)
Major American Writers (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Major American Writers (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Rec Brit Am Writ (M-F 1 1:20-12:50)(3)
English Grammar (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
Intro to Poetry (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
American Folklore (M-F 1 1:20-12:50) (3)
American Folklore (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Human Values in Lit (M-F 1 1:20-12:50)(3)
Bible as Lit (M-F 9:40-11:10)(3)
Advanced Comp (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Shakespeare Tragedies (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Romantic Period (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Am Lit 1865-1920 (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Early 20th Cent Poet (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Cult Ling Hist Engl Lang (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Byron, Shelly, Keats (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
6995
6996
6999
1100
1100
1200
1200
2100
2200
2200
2750
2750
3260
3420
3460
3570
4170
4200
4510
4520
4950
4950
5230
5440
6050
6310
6650
6980
6995
6996
6999
23 February 1978 FOUNTAINHEAD
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (0)
SECOND TERM
Composition (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Composition (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Composition (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Composition (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Major British Writers (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
Major Amer Writers (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Major Amer Writers (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Gram Ling Elem Maj (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Gram Ling Elem Maj (M-F 9:40-l 1:10) (3)
Black Lit America (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Short Story (M-F 9 40-11:10) (3)
Classical Myth (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
American Folklore (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Victorian Literature (M-F 11:20 1 2 50) (3)
Am Lit 1820-1855 (M-F 9 40-11:10) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Lit for Children (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Lit for Children (M-F 11.20-12:50) (3)
South Region Writing (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Comtemporary Drama (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
16th Cent Engl Lit (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Modern Am Novel (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Biblio and Methods (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Adv Stud Child Lit (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Residence (TBA) (0)
JOUR (JOURNALISM - See Journalism under proper place in
alphabetical order)
FINA (FINANCE)
FIRST TERM
3724 Financial Management (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
6604 Financial Management II (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
3724
4304
SECOND TERM
Financial Management (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Investments (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
�� FIRST TERM
FREN(FRENCH)
1001 Elementary French (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1002 Elementary French (M-F 11.20-1 2:50) (3)
1003 Intermediate French (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
1004 Intermediate French (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1002
1003
1004
SECOND TERM
Elementary French (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Intermediate French (M-F 11:20-12:50)(3)
Intermediate French (M-F 940-11:10) (3)
GERM (GERMAN - See German under proper place in alphabetical
order) '
SPAN (SPANISH - See Spanish under proper place in alphabetical
order)
GEOG
1000
1000
2001
2003
3004
3005
3046
3054
3072
5024
1000
1000
2002
2008
3055
3080
5099
6014
(GEOGRAPHY)
FIRST TERM
Earth and Man (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Earth and Man (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
World Geography I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Economic Geography (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Urban Geography (M-F 9:40-11.10) (3)
Geog Env Resources (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
US & Canada (M-F 1 1 20-1 2:50) (3)
Caribbean America (M-F 940-1040) (2)
Cartography (M-F 1:00-3:30) (3)
Regional Development (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
Earth and Man (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Earth and Man (M-F 9.40-1 1:10) (3)
World Geography II (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Map Reading (M-F 1:00-3:30) (3)
North Carolina (M-F 940-1040) (2)
Climatology (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Semin Physical Geog (M-F 11:20-12:50)(3)
Regional Geog (Latin America) (M-F 9 40-11:10) (3)
See Planning under proper place in alphabetical
PLAN (PLANNING
order)
GEOL (GEOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
Phy sical Geology (M-F 9 40-11:10) (3)
1500
1501
Physical Geol Lab (MTW I 1:20-2.20) (1)





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1600
1601
SECOND TERM
Historical Geology (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Historical Geol Lab (MTW 1 1.20-2:20) (1)
GERM(GERMAN)
FIRST TERM
Intermediate German (M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
1003
1004
HIST
1040
1040
1041
1050
1050
105 I
1051
5130
SECOND TERM
Inteimediate German (M-F 8:00-9:30)(3)
(HISTORY)
FIRST TERM
World Him to I 500 (M-F8 00-9:30)(3)
Wprld Him to 1500(M-F I 1:20-12:50)(3)
His! I in Sm,e 1500(M-F8:00-9:30) (3)
Amei Hist to 1877(M I 8:00-9:30) (3)
Amei Hist to 1877(M-F I 1:20-12:50)(3)
�nu Ihst to 1877(M-F I 1:20-12:50)(3)
Am Hist Since I877(M F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Hiss Since 1877 (M-F I 1:20-12:50)(3)
No Carolina Hist (M-F I 1:20-12:50)(3)
Prob mei Hist (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
M i (M-F 8 00 (3)
M 1:20-12:50)(3)
ith(M-l 12:50)1
6999 Residence (TBA)(0)
1005
1006
2103
2134
3209
4500
4501
4502
4521
4990
490 1
5301
5313
5320
5335
6500
6501
6502
6980
6981
SECOND TERM
Food (M 9:40-11:40) (3)
Food Lab (T-F 9:40-11:40) (0)
Family Relations (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Textiles (M-F 1.00-2:00) (2)
Spec Prob in F&N(M-F9:40-l:40)(June28-July I
Independent Study (TBA)(3)
Independent Study (TBA)3)
Independent Stud) (M-F 1:00-5:00) (June 28-July 1
Readings in Home Ec (TBA) (1 )
Field Experin I- A N(TBA)(4)
Field Experin F & N IMAM4i
Mid Grade Occu Clusti (Ml I 00 5:00)( fune 28 Julj I 2)
Human Dev& Fam Rel (M-F I 1:20-12:50)1 I)
Apparel Design I M I 8:00-10 10) (3)
Nutrition Education (M-I l 10 ! I0)(June 28-Julj I2)(3)
Independenl Stud) (I BA)o
Independent Stud I I BA) I 3)
Independenl Stud) (M I 1:00-3 I
ntrnshp Child Spec I (TBA)
Intrnshp Child Spec II i I BAJ
I ishpCli I
Intrnshp Cloth &
I
Intn
2) (3)
2) (3)
(3)
HL
1000
1000
2125
2125
� �
5345
5355
1000
1000
2125
2125
3244
PRS
.
EALTH)
FIRST TERM
Hlth M � 1(2)
tilth Mod Si (M-F9:40-10:40) (2)
� & I .A. (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
ety Educ& FA. 1 M-I- 1 1:20-12:20)(2)
Prac Hlth Elm Sch (M-F 1.00-2:00) (2)
Hlth EducProb (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Alcohol Hlth Educ (M-F 1:00-4:30) (3)
Drug Educ (M-F I 00-2:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
Hlth Mod Soc (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Hlth Mod Soc (M-F 11:20-12:20)(2)
Safety Educ & F.A. (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Safety Educ & F.A. (M-F 11:20-l 2:20) (2)
Prac Hlth Elm Sch (M-F 1:00-2:00) (2)
HOME (HOME ECONOMICS)
-
2103
2105
2180
2181
3203
3282
3283
4500
4501
4502
4521
4990
4991
531
5307
532!
64.
65i
6501
651
69
69
69
69-
69-
69
10)(3)
FIRST TERM
Family Relations (M-F 9:40-11
Nutrition (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Interiors (TTh 11:20-1:50) (3)
Interiors Lab (MWF 11:20-l :50) (0)
Middle Childhood (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
I urn Constr Anal (M 2:40-5:20) (3)
Furn Constr Lab (TWThF 2:40-5:20) (0)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Readings in Home Ec(TBA)(l)
Field 1 Kperin F&N(TBA)(4)
Field Exper in F&N(TBA)(4)
Food Conservation (M-F 1.00-5:00) (June 14-27) (3)
Masculine-Fern Redes (M-F 9:40-1:40) (June 14-27) (3)
�n (M-F 2:40-3:40) (2)
SupervisionM-F 8:00-12:00) (June 14-27) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Independenl Study (TBA) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Internship (hid Dev Sp I (TBA) (3)
lnU n Chid DevSp II (TBA) (3)
Intmsl h & Tex (TBA) (3)
Intrns h&Tex(TBA)
lnt" Ec Edu I rBA)(3)
lnl!Ui due (TBA)(3)
Intn Nutr(TB
Intn "
Intrnship H �
Intn Mgt(TB
Thesis (TJ
Thesis (TBAJ (3)
Thesis (TfokSfo)
ftJf(0�:P-00:8 l-M)3jgoJ olourtl
I
Cross Anati
lUghJuh
4305
INDT
1030
1050
1060
1070
3092
3094
3290
3294
4191
4192
4290
4293
5500
5501
5502
5503
5504
6104
6500
6501
1001
2030
2090
002!
SECOND TERM
Adm. Sup, Cons Hlth Pro (M-F II.
(INDUSTRIAL WD rECHNICAL EDU llo,
I I RSI II RM
Engineer Graphics I (M-I 5 00-1 l:10)(4
Fund of Electronics (M-I - 00-10:40)( 1)
Construction Tech I (M-I 8 00-1 1 I0)(4)
Metals Tech I (M-F 8:00-11 10) (4)
Industrial Production (M-F 8 00 9:30) 1 )
Industrial Main! Prac (M-F I ! :20-12:50)(2)
Technical Writing (M-F 1 ! :20-l :30)
Prin of Ind Training (M-F ! I:20-12:50)( 3)
Course Const INDT(M-1 9:40-10:40)(2)
Hist & Phil of INDT (M-F 1:00-2:00)(2)
Job Analysis ProcApp (M-F 2:40-3:40)(3)
Industrial Supv(M-F 9:40-1 1:10) (3)
lnd StdyGraph CommIB A) f 3)
Ind StdyVisual Comm (TBA) (3)
Ind StudyElec Comm (TBA) (3)
Ind StdyConstruction (TBA) (3)
Ind StdyMfg (TBA) (3)
Ind Ed Apprenticeship (TBA) (3)
Spec Prob in Ind Ed (TBA)3)
Spec Invest in Ind Ed (1 BA)( I)
SECOND II RM
Industrial Crafts (M-F I 1:20-l 2:50)(21
Engineei Graphics II(M-F8:00 10:10)( 3)
I li 1 Ind & Tech (M F ' 0 )0)
Arch l)i �� , (,j
Industri (M-F I 00-2 00)(2)
Lab W � m (M-F - 00-9-00)Pi
Method IND1 (M-J 9 KM 0)( I)
1,1,1 � (TBA)
C m(TBA)(3)
'�'�
tion (TB
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"
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in Ind EdI'BA)( 3)
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JOUR (JOURNALISM)
FIRST TERM
Intro Mass Media (M-F 9:40-l 1:10) (3)
Adv Reporting (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
LIBS (LIBRARY SCIENCE)
FIRST TERM
Research Skills (M-F 8:00-9:00) (May 22-June 12) (1)
Selection of Media (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Read Guid for Adults (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Sem Lib Adm-Com Col (M-F 1:004:00) (June 14-27) (2)
Res Meth in Lib Sci (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
2000
3100
4510
4520
1000
5004
6008
6300
6488
6502
1000
5003
5005
5006
6004
6006
6500
6501
MATH
0001
0001
0001
1063
1063
1063
1065
1065
1075
1085
2119
2127
2129
2171
2182
?3219
3219
3219
3220
?3220
3220
3228
3256
3263
4307
5411
5551
5652
�Students
0001
0001
1063
1063
1065
1075
2127
2129
2172
3219
3220
3228
5021
5101
5111
SECOND TERM
Research Skills (M-F 8:00-9:00) (June 28-July 19) (l)
Organization of Media (M-F 1.00-3:00) (3)
Lib Admin & Mgmt (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Lib & Society (M-F 9:40-l 0:40) (2)
Ref in the Humanities (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
Auto of Lib Process (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Independent Study (TBA) (2)
Ind Stud (Ref Problems) (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
(MATHEMATICS)
FIRST TERM
Math Learning Lab (M-F 8:00-9:30) (0)
Math Learning Lab (M-F 9:40-11:10) (0)
Math Learning Lab (M-F 11:20-12:50) (0)
College Algebra (M-F 8:00-10:30) (3)
College Algebra (M-F 8:00-10:30) (3)
College Algebra (M-F 11:20-l :50) (3)
College Algebra (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
College Algebra (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Plane Trig (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Precalculus Math (M-F 8:00-l0:30) (5)
Elem of Calculus (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Basic Cone Math I (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Basic Cone Math II (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
Calculus I (M-F 1120-1:20) (4)
Integr Calculus I (M-F 8:00-10:30) (5)
Teh Elem Math (TTh 8:00-10:30) (3)
Teh Elem Math (TTh 8:00-10:30) (3)
Teh Elem Math (TTh 11:20-l :50) (3)
Teh Elem Math (MWF 8:00-10:30) (0)
Teh Elem Math (MWF 8:00-10:30) (0)
Teh Elem Math (MWF 11:20-l :50) (0)
Elem Stat Meth I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Linear Algebra (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Intro Mod Alge (M-F 11:20-l2:50)(3)
MithStat I(M-F9:40-11:10)(3)
Ord Diff Equat I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Hist Devel of Math (M-F 11:20-l 2:20) (2)
Intro Topol II (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
must enroll in same section of 3220 as 3219
SECOND TERM
Math Learning Lab (M-F 8:00-9:30) (0)
Math Learning Lab (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (0)
College Algebra (M-F 8:00-10:30) (3)
College Algebra (M-F 11:20-l :50) (3)
College Algebra (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Plane Trig (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Basic Cone Math I (M-F 11:20-l2:50) (3)
Basic Cone Math II (M-F 11:20-l 2:20) (2)
Calculus II (M-F 11:20-l :20) (4)
Teh Elem Math (TTh 8:00-10:30) (3)
Teh Elem Math (MWF 8:00-10:30) (0)
Elem Stat Meth I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Theory of Number I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Adv Calculus I (M-F 9:40-l 1:10) (3)
Intro Comp Var I (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
MEDT (MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
4990 Clinical Education (M-F 8:00-5.00) (0)
SECOND TERM
4990 Clinical Education (M-F 8.00-5.00) (8)
�Students must enroll in both terms to receive credit.
MRSC (MEDICAL RECORD SCIENCE)
FIRST TERM
3000 Intro to Med Term (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
MUSC
1115
1166
1205
1386
2105
2115
2208
2218
2228
(MUSIC)
FIRST TERM
Beg Piano Grp (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1)
Basic Musicianship (M-F 11:20-l .20) (4)
Beg Voice Grp (M-F 1:00-2:00) (1)
Compre Music Lab (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
Int Piano Grp (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1)
Int Piano Grp (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1)
Music Appreciation (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
Orchestral Music (M-F 11.20-12:20) (2)
Music of the Theatre (M-F 1:00-2:00) (2)
2305
2315
2455
3018
3205
3455
4455
5336
6416
6927
6937
6977
APPLIED
VIOLIN
1215
1435
2208
2455
3028
3455
4455
5316
6887
6927
6937
23 February 1978 FOUNTAINHEAD Pyg
String Class (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1)
String Class (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1)
Accompanying (TBA) (1)
Basic Music Skills (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Voice Fundamentals (M-F 9:40-l0:40) (1)
Accompanying (TBA) (1)
Accompanying (TBA) (1)
Adv Orch (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Mus of Renaissance (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
Sem Prob in ME (TBA) (2)
Sem Prob in ME (TBA) (2)
Curriculum Trends ME (M-F 11:20-l 2:20) (2)
MUSIC: PIANO, CLARINET, VOICE, PERCUSSION
, VIOLA (I each)
SECOND TERM
Beg Voice Grp (M-F 1:00-2:00) (1)
Brass Grp (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
Music Appreciation (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
Accompanying (TBA) (1)
ME in Ele Grades (M-F 9.40-10:40) (2)
Accompanying (TBA) (1)
Accompanying (TBA) (1)
Tonal Counterpoint (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Intro Research in Muse (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Sem Prob in ME (TBA) (2)
Sem Prob in ME (TBA) (2)
APPLIED MUSIC: PIANO, TRUMPET, VOICE (1 each)
NURS
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(NURSING)
FIRST TERM
Mater & Child Care (WThF 8:00-12:30) (0)
Mater & Child Care L (MT 8:004:00) (0)
Intro Phys Assessm (TBA) (3)
Intro Phys Assessm L (TBA) (0)
Comm Men Hlth Nurs (Th 9:00-4:00) (4)
Comm Men Hlth Nurs L(MTW 9:00-4:00) (0)
Trends in Nursing (F 9:00-l 1:30) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
Comp Hlth Assess (TBA) (3)
Clin Exp in Nurs (TTh 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Clin Exp in Nurs (TBA) (0)
Meth Eval in Nurs (TBA) (3)
Pt Care Management (MTh 4:20-6:50) (2)
Clin Elect in Nurs (TBA) (3-4)
Clin Elect in Nurs L (TBA) (0)
SECOND TERM
Mater & Child Care (WThF 8:00-12:30) (11)
Mater & Child Care L (MT 8:004:00) (0)
Geriatric Nurs Care (TBA) (3)
Geriatric Nurs Care L (TBA) (0)
Comm Men Hlth Nurs (Th 9:004:00) (4)
Comm Men Hlth Nurs L(MTW 9:004:00) (0)
Prof Nursing Probl (F 9:00-l 1:30) (2)
Independent Study (TBA) (3)
must enroll in both terms to receive credit.
Theories of Nurs (TTh 9:40-12:10) (2)
Role Change Sem (Th 6:00-8:30; F 8:00-10:30) (2)
Sem in Nurs Educ (TBA) (2)
Field Exp Teach Nurs (TBA) (3)
Research Proj or Thesis (TBA) (3)
OCCT (OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY)
FIRST TERM
4997 Occupational Therapy Field Work Level II (M-F 8 00-
5:00)(0)
SECOND TERM
�4998 Occupational Therapy Field Work Level II (M-F 8 00-
5:00) (6)
�Students must enroll in both terms to receive credit.
PADM (PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION)
FIRST TERM
6160 Public Policy (TF 6:00-10:00) (3)
6110
SECOND TERM
Pub Personnel Adm (TF 6:00-10:00) (3)
PHIL (PHILOSOPHY)
FIRST TERM
Knowl, Exist,& Value (M-F 9:40-11:10)(3)
Human Conduct (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Intro to Logic (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Contemp Phil (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
1100
1170
1500
2340
1100
1170
1500
SECOND TERM
Knowl, Exist, & Value (M-F 9.40-11:10)(3)
Human Conduct (M-F 11 20-12:50) (3)
Intro to Logic (M-F 8:00-9.30)(3)





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(PHYSICAL EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
Found Phye Lab (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1)
Found Phye Lab (M-F 11:20-12:20) (1)
Elem Tennis (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
Elem Tennis (M-F 2:40-3:40) (1)
Physical Conditioning (M-F 9 40-10 40) (1)
Golf (M-F 1.00-2:00) (1)
Bowling (M-F 11.20-12:20) (1)
Grp Cms Low Organ (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Tutoring (M-F 2:40-3:40)(l)
S&M -Swimming (M-F9:40-10:40)(1)
Prac & Proc Early Child (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
S&M- Basketball (M-F 11:20-l 2:20) (1)
S&M- Tennis (M-F 1.00-2:00) (1)
Kinesiology (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Int & Ext Act (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Curr Prob Phye (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
Adv Tests & Meas Phye (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
Mechanical Analysis (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
Tech Research Phye (M-F 6:00-7:30) (3)
Thesis (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
Thesis (M-F 6:00-7:30) (3)
SECOND TERM
Found Phye Lab (M-F 8:00-9:00) (1)
Elem Swim (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
Elem Tennis (M-F 11:20-12:20) (1)
Elem Tennis (M-F 1.00-2:00) (1)
Physical Conditioning (M-F 11:20-12:20) (1)
Golf (M-F 1:00-2:00)(l)
Adv Tennis (M-F 2:40-3:40) (1)
Bowling (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
Tutoring (M-F 2:40-3:40) (1)
S&M- Volleyball (M-F 1:00-2:00) (1)
Prac & Proc Phye Elem Sch (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
Coaching Theories (M-F 11:20-l 2:20) (2)
Org & Adm Phye (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Phys of Exer (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Phye & Rec Ment Retard (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Adm Phye & Ath (M-F 9:40-l 1:10) (3)
Hist & Phil Phye (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
Curr in Phye (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Phys of Exer (M-F 2:40-4:10) (3)
Ind Study (M-F 9:40-10:40) (1)
Thesis (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Thesis (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
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Rec Fieldwork (TBA) (0)
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PHYS (PHYSICS)
FIRST TERM
Phys and the Envir (M-F 11.20-1:20) (4)
Phys and the Univ (M-F 9:40-11:10) (4)
Phys and the Univ (MW 7:00-11:00) (0)
General Physics (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
General Phys Lab (MW 1:00-5:00) (1)
General Phys Lab (TTh 1:00-5:00) (1)
Advanced Gen Phys (M-F 11:20-l :20) (4)
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1081
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1251
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1070
1260
1261
SECOND TERM
Physics and Man (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
General Physics (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
General Phys Lab (TTh 1.00-5:00) (1)
PLAN (PLANNING)
FIRST TERM
Planning Techniques I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
3001
3000
30C1
SECOND TERM
Urban Planning (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Planning Techniques I (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
POLS (POLITICAL SCIENCE)
FIRST TERM
Amer Government (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Amer Government (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Intro Intern Relat (M-F 1.00-2:30)(3)
Intro Polit Theory (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Natl Security Pol (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
E Asian Politics (M-F 9:40-l 1:40) (3)
1010
1010
2106
2108
3155
4386
1010
1010
2102
3035
3039
SECOND TERM
Amer Government (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Amer Government (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
State & Local Govt (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Am Pol Prts Polt (M-F 11.20-12:50) (3)
Black Pol in A.ner (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3)
PADM (PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION-See Public Administration
under proper place in alphabetical order)
PRCA (PARKS, RECREATION & CONSERVATION)
FIRST TERM
3100 Comm & Schl Rec (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
310 Rec Prog & Design (M-F 1:00-2:30) (3) (t t
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Int Lei Ser (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Grp Proc Lei Ser (M-F 1:00-2:00) (2)
Grp Proc Lei Sei Lab (MTWTh 2:404:10) (1)
Rec Fieldwork (TBA) (12)
�Students must enroll both terms in order to receive credit.
PSYC (PSYCHOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
General I (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
General I (M-F 9 40-10:40) (2)
General II (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Statistics (M-F 8:00-9.00) (3)
Statistics (M-F 11:20-12:20) (3)
Statistics Lab (MWTh 1:00-4.00) (0)
Statistics Lab (MWTh 1:004:00)(0)
Childhood (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Developmental (M-F 11.20-12:50) (3)
Experimental (M-F 8:00):00) (3)
Experimental Lab (MWTh 1.004:00) (0)
Social (M-F 9 40-11:10) (3)
Learning (M-F 8.00-9:30) (3)
Learning (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Adolescence (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Personnel & Industr (M-F 9:40-11.10) (3)
Adjustment (M-F 9 40-11:10) (3)
Personality (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Educational (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Educational (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Psychol Research I (TBA) (2)
Psychol Research II (TBA) (2)
Readings in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Readings in Psyc II (TBA) (1)
Readings in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Intro to Psyc Test (M-F 11.20-12:50) (3)
Abnormal (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Psyc of Except Child (M-F 9 40-11 � 10) (3)
Directed Readings (TBA) (3)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Ad Educ Psyc (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
Problems in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Problems in Psyc II (TBA)(1)
Problems in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
Independent Study I (TBA) (3)
Independent Study II (TBA) (3)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (I)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
School Practicum I (TBA) (4)
School Practicum II (TBA) (4)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
School Practicum III (TBA) (4)
School Practicum IV (TBA) (4)
SECOND TERM
General II (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
Genera II (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)"
Statistics (M-F 8.00-9.00) (3)
Statistics Lab (MWTh 1.004 00) (0)
Applied (M-F 11.20-12:20) (2)
Childhood (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Experimental (M-F 8:00-9:00) (3)
Experimental Lab (MWTh 1.004 00) (0)
Learning (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Adolescence (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Adjustment (M-F 9.40-11:10) (3)
Educational (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Educational (M-F 9 40-11:10) (3)
Physiological Psyc (M-F 8.00-9 30) (3)
Psycholog Research I (TBA) (2)
Psycholog Research II (TBA) (2)
Readings in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Readings in Psyc II (TBA) (1)
Readings in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Intro to Psyc Test (M-F 8.00-9 30) (3)
Coming Mgt in Classrm (M-F 9:40-11 10) (3)
Mental Hyg in Schools (M-F 8:00-9 00) (2
Abnormal (M-F 9:40-11.10) (3)
Psyc of Except Child (M-F 11.20-12 50) (3
Directed Readings (TBA) (3) ' '
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Adv Educ Psyc (M-F 9:40-1110) (3)
Problems in Psyc I (TBA) (1)
Problems in Psyc II (TBA) (1)
Problems in Psyc III (TBA) (1)
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Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
Field Exper in Psyc (TBA) (1)
School Practicum I (TBA) (4)
School Practicum II (TBA) (4)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
School Practicum III (TBA) (4)
School Practicum IV (TBA) (4)
23 February 1g78 FOUNTAINHEAP Pane 27
SEED
�For courses with labs, course and lab sections must agree
"?By permission of chairperson only.
PTHE (PHYSICAL THERAPY)
FIRST TERM
3301 P.T. Theory & Practice I (TBA) (2)
3302 P.T. Theory & Prac Lab (TBA) (1)
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Clinical Education II (M-F 8:00-5:00) (3)
(REHABILITATION COUNSELING)
FIRST TERM
Prob and Research (TBA)(1)
Prob and Research (TBA)(1)
Prob and Research (TBA)(1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA)(1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA) (1)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA)(1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA)(1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Prob and Research (TBA) (1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA)(1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA)(1)
Dir Read in Rehab (TBA)(1)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Internship in Rehab (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
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(SCIENCE EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj (M-F 8:00-9:30) (4)
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj (TWTh 1.004:00) (0)
Bio Env Sci Elem Maj (M-F 9.40-11:10) (4)
Bio Env Sci Elem Maj (TWTh 1:00-4:00) (0)
Tchng Sci in Elem Sch (M-F 8:00-9:30) (2)
Tchng Sci in Elem Sch (M-F 9:40-11.10) (2)
Descriptive Astronomy (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Apprenticeship Scie (TBA) (3)
Prob in Scie Educ Elem (TBA) (3)
Prob in Scie Educ Sec (TBA) (3)
Prob in Scie Educ Col (TBA) (3)
Readings in Scie Educ (TBA) (1)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj (M-F 8:00-9:30) (4)
Phy Scie Elem Ed Maj (TWTh 1:00-4:00) (0)
Bio Env Sci Elem Maj (M-F 9:4U-11:10) (4)
Bio Env Sci Elem Maj (TWTh 1:00-4:00) (0)
Tchng Sci in Elem Sch (M-F 8:00-9:30) (2)
Tchng Sci in Elem Sch (M-F 9:40-11:10) (2)
Inves Bio Sci Elem Maj (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Contemp App Bio Sci (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Apprenticeship Scie (TBA) (3)
Science and Society (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Rec Devel in Scie Tea (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Prob in Scie Educ Hem (TBA) (3)
Prob in Scie Educ Sec (TBA) (3)
Prob in Scie Educ Col (TBA) (3)
Readings in Sci Educ (TBA) (1)
Sel Top in Bio Sci (M-F 9.40-11:10) (3)
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(SECONDARY EDUCATION)
FIRST TERM
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
The Secondary School (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Founda Curricu Devel (M-F 2:00-6:00) (June 14-June 27) (3)
Inst Dev Educ Comm (TBA) (3)
Founda Amer Educ (M-F 2:404:10) (3)
Intro to Resrch (M-F 8:00-12:00) (June 14-June 27) (3)
Intro to Resrch (M-F 2:00-6:00) (June 14-June 27) (3)
SECOND TERM
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 8:00-9:00) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 9:40-l 0:40) (2)
Intr Aud Vis Instr (M-F 11:20-12:20) (2)
Hist & Phil Educ (M-F 2:404:10) (3)
Founda Curricu Devel (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Founda Curricu Devel (M-F 2:00-6:00) (June 29-July 12)
(SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND AUDITORY PATHOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
Clinical Practicum (TBA) (3)
Intro Sp Lang Aud Path (M-F 8:00-9:30) (2)
Special Prob Sp & Hrg (M-F 9:40-11:10) (2)
Special Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Special Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Lang Disorders Child (M-F 11:20-12:50) (3)
Seminar in Audiology (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Clinical Pract Sp &. Lang (TBA) (1)
Clinical Pract Sp A. Lang (TBA) (2)
Clinical Pract Sp & Lang (TBA) (3)
Master Science Paper (TBA) (2)
Read Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (1)
Read Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (2)
Read Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (3)
Intern Sp Lang Aud (TBA) (2)
Intern Sp Lang Aud (TBA) (2)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
SECOND TERM
Clinical Practicum (TBA) (3)
Special Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Special Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Special Prob Sp & Hrg (TBA) (2)
Clinical Pract Sp & Lang (TBA) (1)
Clinical Pract Sp & Lang (TBA) (2)
Clinical Pract Sp & Lang (TBA) (3)
Master Science Paper (TBA) (2)
Read Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (1)
Read Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (2)
Read Sp & Hrg Res (TBA) (3)
Internship Sp Lang Aud (TBA) (2)
Thesis (TBA) (3)
Thesis (TBA) (3)

(SOCIOLOGY)
FIRST TERM
Intr Sociology (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Intr Sociology (M-F 9.40-11:10) (3)
Mod Social Problems (M-F 1.00-2:30) (3)
Rural Sociology (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3) '
Criminology (M-F 9:40-11:10) (3)
Methods of Social Research (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Cont Social Problems (M-F 1.004:00) (2)
Sem Social Organizations (M-F 4:20-5:50) (3)
SECOND TERM
Intr Sociology (M-F 9:40-l 1:10) (3)
Intr Sociology (M-F 11.20-12:50) (3)
Urban Sociology (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Industrial Sociology (M-F 9:40-10:40) (2)
Advanced Principles (M-F 8:00-9:30) (3)
Sociological Concepts (M-F 11:20-l 2:50) (3)
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Page 32 FOUNTAINHEAD 23 February 1978
Flutist Ram pal's 'fami Ik
fn performance
By SUSAN CHESTON
Staff Writer
Flutist Jean-Pierre RampaJ
and pianist Robert Veyron-
LacrcMx performed before a full
house at Mendenhall Student
Theatre last Thursday night.
I wish I oould give a more
favorable review of their perform-
ance. Rampal is considered by
many to be the best flutist of our
time. A flutist myself, I have
several of his recordings and
love them for their gloriously
golden sound, clean, fluid tech-
nique, and loving interpretation.
The familiar splendid pres-
ence was there on stage when the
rotund gentleman entered in
white satin tie and tails. The Bach
Sonata in G minor" was a
pleasant warm-up number, altho'
perhaps a little romantically
interpreted. The audience missed
a real treat in hearing the
flute-harpsichord work accomp-
anied instead by piana Veyron-
Lacroix isan excellent pianist, but
his fate is the harpsichord. A
performance on the Baroque
harpsichord would have created a
lovely oontrast to the Romantic
and contemporary works of the
program.
Windom vw
splendid presence'
capacity audience
JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL, "came out a charmer
Trends
The romantic Rampal was in
his element in his second number
Schumann's "Three Romances,
Op. 94 In each of the Romances
Rampal spun out his love fa the
music in an intensely expressive
stream of sound, suppated by his
powerful breath oontrol.
The Romanoes, originally
written fa oboe, are not tech-
nically difficult, but only a master
like Rampal oould do justice to
their lyric charm. Rampal savas
each note, touches it, twists it,
teases it, explaes the myriad
colas of vibrato, dynamics, and
tone, then gently tapers it.
He throws his whole body into
the perfamanoe, his shoulders
and waist, even his expressive
eyebrows contributing in fluid
motion to the upward sweep of his
gold flute.
RAMPAL FLU-INFECTED
Unfatunately, Rampal and
Veyroi-Laaorx came to East
Carolina at the peak of the
Greenville flu season. And they
had just perfamed in Charlotte in
an equally infected and contag-
ious atmosphere.
Rampal had not played a note
befae it was apparent to those of
us who know his playing that he
too had been afflicted by chest
congestioi and body aches. His
concentration saved him through
the Bach and the Schumann, but
in the Copland he started cough-
ing during rests.
There was a brief moment of
confusion before Copland's Duo
for Flute and Piano Rampal had
obviously fagotten the ader of
the program. Veyron-Laaotx set
him straight, then whispered to
his page-turner, "He does not
have his head screwed on From
that point on, it was true.
The flowing section of the
Copland was hesitant instead of
the bold statement I prefer. Tones
without vibrato went disappoint-
ingly flat. Rampal even surprised
himself with a sour note, an
inexplicable finger flub that was
made all too noticeable by an
attempt to oorrect it.
Here Veyron-Laaou's admir-
ably controlled, restrained style
missed giving the flute the brisk
suppat it needed. The Copland is
not fa flute and accompaniment,
but a Duo fa Fi ute and Piano
Raising the piano lid, as they did
later fa the Bartok, would have
balanced the ensemble.
After Intermission Rampal
returned with a onoe-agam incon-
sistent perfamanoe of the
See RAMPAL, p. 34
ECU NEWS BUREAU
William Windom, star of both
television and films, will appear
in a one-man show in Mendenhall
Student Center on March 2, 1978
at 8.00 p.m. Windom reaeates
the character of James Thurber,
well-known humaist and cartoon-
ist.
Nearly everyone is familiar
with some James Thurber wak-
The Seaet Life of Waiter
Mitty The Night the Bed
Fell a "The Tooth, the Whole
Tooth, and Nothing but the
Tooth. Anyone who has com-
pletely missed Thurber's work
has been deprived of a delightful
comic view of the foibles of
humankind.
Walter Mitty" reveals the
fantasy life of a Woody Allen-like
character, wishing to be brave
and dynamic The Night the Bed
Fell features the aazy relatives
everyone has but prefers not to
talk about. Nothing but the
Tooth" explaes the oommon,
often unreasoning, fear so many
people have of the denitst. These
staies, like all Thurber's wak,
search out human fears and
embarrassments and give all of
us a chance to laugh at ourselves.
The New York Times Book
Review says that Thurber's 'gra-
vely quiet prose" has the "con-
quering effect of a second vodka
martini The Christian Science
Monitor repats, "Thurber is
incanparable. Thanks to him a
whole generation of us is no
longer embarrassed by the mem-
ay of experiences which once
seemed soberingly private
Besides his extensive writ-
ings, Thurber's cartoons appear-
ed regulaiy in the New Yorker.
Like the stales, the cartoons
constantly pointed out the huma
of human idiosynaacies. As
Thurber's eyesight grew con-
stantly wase, he enlarged his
cartcons. Eventually he was
drawing wall-size pictures in
ader to see them at all.
In spite of his blindness,
Thurber's humaistic sense re-
mained sharp. Nothing was
saaed, not even himself. One of
the best examples of his dry wit
and huma is his essay "My Fifty
Years With James Thurber
On a par with Thurber's
genius is the facility with which
William Windon plays him.
Critics have acclaimed Windon's
Thurber as the equal of Hal
Holbrook's Twain. Windom first
became interested in Thurber
through the New Yorker cartcons.
His interest increased when he
starred in the Emmy-winning
series, "My Wald and Welcome
To It which was based on
Thurber's life. When the series
went off the air, Windom did
further research on Thurber to
develop his one-man show.
The show, entitled "William
Windom Plays Thurber will be
presented by the Student Union
Theatre Arts Committee in the
Mendenhall Student Center
Theatre. Tickets are $1.50 fa
ECU students, $2.50 fa ECU
faculty and staff, �2.50 fa groups
of 20 a mae, and $4.00 fa the
public. All tickets at the doa are
$4.00.
WILLIAM WINDOM, "his Thurber is the equal of
Hal Holbrook s Twain.
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Buffalo
By RENEE DIXON
Staff Writer
The Buffalo Philharmonic
Orchestra will appear Tues Feb.
28 at 8 p.m. in Wright Auditor-
ium. This orchestra appears reg-
ularly in Western New York
colleges and communities and in
Buffalo's Kleinhans Music Hall.
This orchestra has performed
in New Yak's Carnegie Hall and
Washington's Kennedy Center
fa the Perfaming Arts. Summer
seasai perfamances include
Artpark and the New Yak State
Park fa the Perfaming Arts.
Under the directiai of youth-
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Thomas, the Buffalo Philhar-
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one of our nation's finest or chest -
ras. Presently in his seventh
season with the achestra,
Thonas has simultaneously
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oire in two directions by reviving
some of the great but lesser known
waksof the past and introduang
many contempaary opuses.
In 1975 the achestra signed a
maja recading oontract with
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way a collection of Gershwin
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Tickets for this concert may be
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RAMPAL
Continued from p. 32
Poulenc "Sonate His high
notes, for example, varied from
tight and pinched, to feather soft
and free. Some notes were
tapered, others squeezed.
Rampal's veiled glances in the
direction of the piano betrayed a
loss of oonoentration.
Despite the effortless techn-
ique and beautifully intense
moments, the weariness of the
flutist came through.
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Hongroise" featured that familiar
resonant, fat tone, but lacked
direction and contrast. Rampal
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was a showcase for that ability.
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Sonata in One Movement" by
Donizetti. Rampal thoroughly en-
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father-in-law, Laurence Olivier, in the film 'The
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Eagles deny Bucs 88-83
Intramural
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Assistant Sports Editor
Despite a 34 point effort by
Oliver Mack, Larry Gillman's
basketball Pirates had their four
game winning streak snapped
with an 88-83 setback at the
hands of Georgia Southern.
The game was the final home
game this season and the final
home game as Pirates fa seniors
Dean Hartley and Don Whitaker.
The players were introduced
to a standing ovation as the
electricity flowed through the
crowd.
The excitement moved to the
oourt as the game began when the
Bucs jumped out to a quick 16-8
lead behind eight points from
Herb Krusen.
Georgia Southern then went
on a streak of their own with 15 02
left in the first half to outscore the
Pirates 16-4 and stake the Eagles
a 24-20 lead.
The Bucs were being outre-
bounded which was not charac-
teristic in the last four games
when the scrappy Pirates captur-
ed over 54 of the boards.
Oliver Mack dunked on the
fast break and then fired a jumper
to even the score at 26-26 with
8:32 remaining in the half.
The Eagles hit and Roger Carr
answered with a tap in to make it
28-28; the last time the game was
to be tied.
The Eagles scored six straight
points before Bernard Hill
weaved a flashy pass to Carr to
break up the act.
GSU scored two baskets and a
3 point play only to have Mack
score six points of his own to
make it 36-41 with 1 57 left in the
half.
Herb Gray cut it to 45-42 at
intermission and the Bucs were in
striking distance for the final
stanza.
Oliver Mack and Herb Gray
pulled the Pirates to within one at
48-49 early in the last half, only to
have Georgia Southern push their
lead back to 53-48 with 1659 left
in the game.
Herb Krusen and Don Whi-
taker hit 20 footers to pull back
within one once again and Oliver
mack matched the Eagles basket
for basket in a three minute span
to hang tight at 58-59 with 1433
left to play.
The zone defense by the
Eagles then prevented the Bucs
from moving the ball inside and
poor rebounding enabled Georgia
Southern to go up 69-60 with
10:38 to play.
The Eagles went to their
biggest lead of the night at 73-62
before Mack, Krusen, and Carr
went on the rampage.
Carr followed three baskets by
Mack and two by Krusen with
both ends of a two shot foul to
make the score 74-77 with 2:51
left.
The Georgia Southern coach
called for a delay with 222 left
and a 79-76 lead.
Oliver Mack and Roger Carr
answered Eagle baskets to make
it 81 -84 with 22 seconds left in the
game but the foul shooting of
GSU preserved the win at 88-83.
Sports
OLIVER MACK DRIVES one home Photo by Kirk Kingsbury
HERB GRA Y UNLEASHES against
Herb Krusen finished with 20
points and Herb Gray added 14
but the constant changes on
defense by Georgia Southern
denied the ball to the Pirate front
oourt most of the night.
Starting center Greg Cornel-
ius was held to four points, Roger
Carr added eight, and Herb Gray
was below his point totals for
recent games.
"We didn't get it inside as
much as wed like said coach
GSU. Photo by K irk K ingsbury
Gillman.
"They did a good job mixing
up their defense. They were
taking long shots on offense like
we wanted to. But they kept
making them he added.
The Pirates have a quick
chance to redeem themselves
Wednesday night against the
University of Richmond which
wrestled a 82-80 victory from the
Bucs in Minges two weeks ago.
by JOHN EVANS
Dorm semi-finals held
The semifinaJsof the dormitory playoffs were held last night as the
Belk Pleasers, Belk Enforoers, Belk Nutties Buddies and Belk Carolina
Stars made up the final four teams as Belk Dormitory dominates the
campus basketball powers this season. The winner of the dormitory
division is considered the favorite to win the all-campus title in the
all-campus championships next week.
The Carolina Stars were to meet the Nutties Buddies after downing
the Scott Razorbacks and Belk Exterminators to reach the semifinals.
The top-ranked and defending champion Nutties Buddies had a first
round bye, but beat the Cardiac Kids to reach the final four. The
Pleasers also had a first-round bye but reached the final four by
downing another Belk team, Who Knows. The Belk Enforcers made
the final four by beating the Belk Brigade and the Belk Our Gang
teams. With six of the top eight dormitory teams hailing from Belk, it
isn't hard to see what the best dormitory for basketball is.
The independent teams have also advanced to the semifinals in
their divisional playoffs. The Independent playoffs have already had a
few upsets. In those upsets, FCA downed one of the divisional favorites
and a top ten ranked teamwhen they edged the Heartbreak Kids. In a
mild upset, the Nads knocked off the SociologySnthropology
team-another team that had been ranked in the top ten throughout the
season. In the other independent first-round games, the Hatchets beat
the Ramblers and the Mudsharks beat the Sadaharu Ohs. In
Thursday's semifinal games, the Mudsharks meet the Nads and the
Hatchets meet FCA. The division finals will be on Monday, Feb. 27, in
Memorial Gym at 5 p.m.
In the fraterntiy playoffs, Kappa Alpha and Phi Kappa Tau met,
while Tau Kappa Epsilon was the other team in the fraternity
semifinals.
The Cotton Bunnies and the Peace Pirates will meet on Monday at
9 p.m. for the intramural women's all-campus basketball champion-
ship. The sorority champion will be determined Thursday afternoon at
5 p.m. when Alpha Xi Delta meets Alpha Phi.
In all-campus semifinal play, the Peace Pirates beat Tyler Cool and
the Gang 38-24 and the Cotton Bunnies beat the P.E. Majors 29-24. In
the quarterfinals the Bunnies downed the Jarvis Jumpshots, 28-7, and
the Pirates beat Alpha Xi Delta 40-21. The P.E. Majors and Tyler Cool
and the Gang had advanced by virtue of forfeits.
Marty Martinez, who handles the men's basketball league for the
intramural department wanted me to publish his predictions as to who
will be the four teams in the all-campus play offs. He picks the Belk
Nutties Buddies, the Belk Pleasers, the Hatchets and Phi Kappa Tau. I
agree on all counts except the fraternity representative, who I think will
be Tau Kappa Epsilon.
While basketball is getting most of the attention this week, there
are other sports which are winding down their regular seasons this
week in preparation fa the playoffs next week. Ice Ball, Bowling and
Racquet ball will all be covered in more detail next week.
But we'll give brief reports on both Ice Ball and Bowling. In Ice Ball
six teams were unbeaten coming into this week, but two of those
teams, the Macaroni Malefactas and the Neacmanoers, were to meet
Thursday at 4:30 p.m. fa their Ball Division title. One of the two teams
is bound to lose, which would reduce the unbeatens to five. One team
certain to remain unbeaten is the Ice Busters, who are 5-0 and had no
game this week. They will close their season on Monday against the
Sigma Tau Gamma Blackhawks.
The other unbeaten teams are the Ice Picks, Teke Bourbon On Ice
and Who Knows. In addition there are five teams that haven't won yet.
The Ice Ball playoffs begin Monday and schedules will be posted on the
Memaial Gym bulletin board.
In bowling, the team called Definitely most definitely had the best
recad coning into this week's action. The team had a perfect reoadof
24-0. The next best recad in men's play was 19-1 by the Belk
Headhunters. The best wonen's recad is 26-2 by the Miller Killers.
Green's FFWC had the next best mark with a 25-3 tally.
Registration starts Monday fa two sports. Tennis Mixed Doubles
and men'sand women's Softball will begin after break and registration
is next week. Registration fa other spring spats will be after Spring
break.





23 February 1978 FOUNTAINHEAD
State sinks Pirate swimmers for 17th year
By ANDY STEWART
Staff Writer
In the seventeenth meeting
between N.C. State and ECU,
State's consistency was obtained
in its seventeenth win between
the two schools by downing the
Pirates by a score of 74 to 39.
State jumped on ECU at the
outset of the meet by capturing
the 400 medley relay. State's
silver medalist in the 1976
Olympics, Dan Harrigan, then
captured the 1000 freestyle with
ECU'S Doug Brindley and Kevin
Meisel finishing second and third
respectively. This was the first of
three events that Dan Harrigan
would win.
In the 200 yard freestyle the
Pirates' John Tudor was able to
capture first place with the
winning time of 1:41.80. This
broke the meet record, the ECU
varsity record and the ECU pool
record.
State started putting it to the
Pirates in the 50 yard freestyle,
200 individual medley and the
diving competition.
In the 50 yard freestyle State's
Stevens finished first with the
Pirates' John McCauley finishing
second. In the 200 yard individual
medley, Dan Harrigan won his
second event of the evening with
ECU'S Ted Nieman finishing
third.
In the diving competition Tom
Bell was able to capture second
olace for the Pirates.
With the score 36 to 16 after
the diving, the Bucs started to
make their comeback.
In the 200 yard butterfly Ron
Schnell finished first dosing the
gap of the score to 39 to 22.
In the 100 yard freestyle Ross
Bohlken finished first with John
McCauley finishing second to
make the score 40 to 30.
Then State caught a second
wind and dominated the rest of
the meet.
In the 200 yard backstroke the
Wolf pack dominated with the
only Pirate to place, David
Moodie finishing third. In the 500
yard freestyle East , Carolina
swam a close race, but State's red
hot Harrington was not to be
stopped. Harrington managed to
win his third event of the evening
with East Carolina's John Tudor
and Ted Nieman pushing him to
the finish.
State was finally able to put
the Pirates away in the 200
breastroke. The final score was
74 to 39.
After the meet coach Ray
Scharf commented, "I am plea-
sed with the way the team came
back, but we didn' t take it to them
like we could
Scharf praised the Pirates by
saying, "They showed character
in not giving up and the ability to
oome back. That is what I wanted
to see in them Then Scharf
commented, "We just didn't take
it to them, we didn't take it to
Duke or L.S.U. either. We have a
lot of people that have talent and
we are not taking advantage of it.
I am not saying whose fault it is, it
could be mine as a coach, but I
feel the emotional high needed to
win oomes from within and we are
not getting it
Coach Scharf concluded by
saying, "We need to get up on a
emotional high fa the Easterns.
We are going to have to be higher
than we were against Carolina.
I feel we can win, but Pittsburgh
and West Virginia are going to be
very tough
East Carolina's next competi-
tioi will be in the Eastern
Interoollegiate Championships,
March 1-4, in Pittsburgh, Pa.
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from a loss to N.C. State
seeking to rebound
at the Eastern
Interoollegiate Championships in Pittsburgh, Pa.
March 1-4.
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Page 38 FOUNTAINHEAD 23 February 1978
Pirate grapplers DT. Joyner and Butch Revils named
toe 5Sf Nevys magazine's all-southern team
By SAM ROGERS
Staff Writer
Even while losing to Atlantic
Coast Conference rivals N.C.
State and North Carolina, the
East Carolina wrestling team's
toughest opponent during the last
two weeks has been the flu. Once
again, when the Pirates face
William and Mary tonight in the
final dual match of the season
several starters will probably be
out of the lineup because of
illness.
"The flu has really worked us
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easy 32-15 victory. After Bob
Passino topped UNCs Bobby
Monahan 11-6 at 118, the Heels
won six of the next eight matches
to defeat East Carolina for the
second time this season.
Paul Osman upended Joe
Gal 11 12-8 at 134 while Steve
Goode took a narrow 9-8 win over
Carter Mario at 158. D.T. Joyner
won by forfeit at heavyweight
Jody Truesdale much to the
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Pirate athletes take on spring schedules
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY
1978 Women s Softball Schedule
;ames will be played at Evans Field-Arl.ngton Blvd and
Road)
March 15
March 17
March 17
March 22
March 31
April 1
April 4
April 6
April 7-8
April 4
April 6
April 7-8
April 10
April 13
April 20
April 21-22
April 25
Aprii 21
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1978 Women s Tennis Schedule
DATE
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OPPONENT
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ASU
Davidson
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NCSU
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Greenville, N.C.
Davidson, N.C.
Greenville, S.C.
Raleigh, N.C.
Winston-Sal em
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11:00 a.m.
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1978 Golf Schedule
March 1. 2, 3
March 6, 7,8
March 14. 15,16
March 18,19, 20
March 23, 24, 25
March 31, April 1,2
Coastal Carolina Golf Classic
Bay Tree Golf Plantation
North Myrtle Beach, S.C
Sea Side Intercollegiate Golf Tour.
Sea Scape Golf Club
Kitty Hawk, North Caro'ina
Pinehurst Interoollegiate.
Invitational Golf Championship
Pinehurst Country Club
Pinehurst, North Carolina
Iron Duke Collegiate Golf.Tour.
Duke University Golf Club
Durham, North Carolina
Furman Interoollegiate Golf Tour.
Furman University Golf Club
Greenville. South Carolina
Camp LeJeune Interoollegiate Golf
COACH: Walter 'Mac" McLendon
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY
1978 Outdoor Track Schedule
March 18
March 25
April 1
April 7-8
April 15
April 22
April 28-29
ECU Invitational
Atlantic Coast Relays
State Record Relays
Colonial Relays
Carolina Relays
Dogwood Relays
Mountaineer Relays
Penn Relays
Greenville, N.C.
Raleigh, N.C.
Columbia, S.C.
WMJiamsburg, Va.
Chapel Hill, N.C.
Knoxsville, Tenn.
Morgantown, W. Va.
Philadelphia, Pa.
EA ST CA ROLINA UNI VERSITY
Women s Outdoor Track Schedule
March 18
March 23
March 31
April 22
April 28
April 29
May 25-26
ECU Invitational
Madison Col. Invita.
U. of Va. Invitational
Greenville, N.C.
Hawisonburg, Va.
Charlottesville. Va.
Annual Invitational
U. of S.C. Invitational Columbia, S.C.
NCAIAW State Champ Greenville, N.C.
Penn Relays Philadelphia, Pa.
National AIAW Champ Memphis, Tennessee
COACH: Laurie Arrants
for sate
FOR SALE: 76 16V2 ,ft. Caca
Craft boat with Vann trailor.
Walk-thru front and 80 h.p.
Mercury motor. Skis, life-vests
fold back top included.
Excellent oond. $2995.00 Call
752-8036.
F0R SALE: A black leather
oouch in good oond. Wall length
need to sell immediately for
575.00 or best offer. Contact
Betty at 140 Slay Dorm or call
756-8585.
FOR SALE: Sony belt-driven,
automatic turntable Ps-
1?00, Technics 41 watts per
annel SU-7300 amp TEAC
100 cassette deck and Advent
speakers. Come by 302-B East-
�X or phone 752-6068. Ask for
Rudy.
FOR SALE: One automatic radio.
All necessary hook-ups. Excellent
oond. $80.00 415-B Belk 758-
8168.
FOR SALE: Sankyo cassette tape
recorder. Dolby system. Dual
recording level selectors. Tape
counter. Pause control. Filter.
Automaticoff feature. Only about
30 cassettes ever recorded on
system.$125.00 Call 752-0352
Paul.
FOR SALE: AM Radio fa car.
Good oond. Removed to install
AMFM. $10.00 Assorted 8 track
tapes 100 each. Free standing
shelves great for stereo or books.
$10.00 Call 752-0352 Paul.
FOR SALE: Dual 510 turntaNe.
Belt drive, manual with Empire
cartridge and strobe. Inculdes
wooden base and dustoover.
Exoellent oond. $110. 305-C Scott
752-9795.
FOR SALE: '72 Porsdpe 914, 5
speed, appear ance group,
AMFM radio, good oond. but
needs minor repairs, sell as is.
$2500. nights 758-1813.
FOR SALE: Two parrots. Cheap.
Must sell by end of month. Call
758-3497.
torrent (JJT
ROOMMATE WANTED: Com-
pletely furnished apt. 20-minute
walk to campus. $65.00 mo. plus
Vt utilities. Phone 758-1746.
FEMALE ROOMMATE, to share
2-bdrm apt. on Manhattan (off
Dickinson). Costs $55 plus Vt
utilities. Call Martha 758-3842.
FEMALE ROOMMATE, or pos-
sibly 2 to share 2 bdrm apt. by
April 1st. Rent i8only$67moplus
Va utilities Within walking dis-
tance of campus. Come by 40-E
Langston Park Apts. or call
758-3497 if interested
ROOMMATE NEEDED: for 3
bdrm. house near campus. $58.00
plus V� utilities. 752-9048.
personal�
Wilson 237-2111 Severance,
Givens and Co. Adversting and
Public Relations
ARE YOU FLUNKING out? Grad
student needs adequate typist
with own portable. Flexible
hours. Pay page. Will assist with
studies. 752-9660 after 5.
NEEDED: Person who goes home
to Kinston or drives through
Kinston every Fri. Will help pay
for gas expenses. Cannot leave
until 3 p.m. Call Mike 752-5238
after 3 p.m. MW & after 2 p.m. T
TH.
CARPENTRY SERVICES:offered
Good workmanship at a fair prioe.
Contact Dennis Tromba at 756-
7450.
TALENT WANTED: Copy writ-
ing, sign painting, photography,
layout, art work, graphics, Call
lost
2
LOST: Set of keys on a Caprioorn
key ring. Call 758-2417 at night.
LOST: One Lord Jeff light blue
sweater Call 752-1632. Reward
offered.
LOST: One pair of keys on an
oblong key chain, with "Leo"
inscribed therein, if found call
757-6559 or 758-1749 and ask for
Joyoe Evans.





Page 40 FQUNTAINHEAD 23 February 1978
LISTEN
HARMONY HOUSE SOUTH
(ANNUAL)
WAREHOUSE SALE
EVERYTHING REDUCED
Listen NEW
LISTEN TRADE-INS
DEMOS
RECEIVERS, TURNTABLES, SPEAKERS, TAPE DECKS
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YOU CAN LAY-A-WAY NOW AT THE SALE PR.CE AND PAY WHEN
YOUR TAX CHECK COMES OR WHEN YOU RETURN FROM THE BREAK I
A GREAT SELECTION NEW & USED
ONY, FISHER, AKAI, SHERWOOD, DUAL, PIONEER BOSF
TEAC, CRAIG, KENWOOD, APOLLO, SANYO, EMPIREJ'othLj
MANY ONE OF A KIND!
DISCWASHER, SOUND-GUARD, HEADPHONES, CARTRIDGES
GREATLY REDUCED !
LISTEN-NOW
HARMONY HOUSE SOUTH
DOWNTOWN GREENVILLE





Title
Fountainhead, February 23, 1978
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
February 23, 1978
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UA50.05.04.632
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