The East Carolinian, November 1, 1990






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Helms campaigns in Greenville
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Helms who pus � campaign into full j
this week wasai to to spi .�
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Panel to debate censorship
Bv Michael Harrison
stall VVnlrr
Caped Crusinger
Jin Ch�rry Pho�o�l
Playing m the Student Unions Halloween concert rhe Conneiis
performed oefore a oewitched crowd at Mmge? Cohsei. � 'es
day night
SI uld the lecordtngsof rap-
� up 21 i rewKbannx,
at is pornography?
I hi se questions and manv
thers surroundmg the topic of
� snrship will ho discussed bv a
� outspoken critics Mon-
la n I lendrix Theatre at S p m
The panel will be comprised
� � . most notable advocate tor
- rship juxtaposed txur critics
against thecensoringofarts mov-
ies .inxl pubhcaoos
I he featured panelist is lack
rhompson, a devout believer in
censorship Thompson, a Miami
based attorney, has plaved a ma-
r role in a national campaign to
combat obscenity in popular mu-
slx
rhompson has established
himself as a national leader and
impetus behind the censorship
movement He has worked suc-
x essfulry to ban music group 2Live
c rev s album, "As Nasty as They
U anna Be" in twocountnesand in
six counties in Florida In addi-
tion he has plav� danvnoi m
initiating a national debate on ob
scemtv and censi rsl ip
An opposing nt vmII
K' represented b four individu-
als
BobaKCione Ir the presi-
dent an publishei � maga-
ine is considered the leading
journalistic authoritj on this
frightening infringement of vmr
First Amendment Rights He is a
skilled debater and is know ledge
able about censorship and ob-
scenity in the music industries
Mok Nixon is another mem-
ber vt the panel that wiH that will
oppose rhompson Nixon, hailed
as the clown prince xt rock n
roll opposes censorship of am
kindin musiiartxTliterature His
style and wit are snd 10 be irrever
ent, quick and promises to be i
worthwhile opponent to all sup-
porters ot censorship
Bill Siddons former manager
of The Doors is another member
of the anti-censorship board
Siddons has dealt n ith censorship
Inside
Editorial4
University shou'a re-
consider the new hours
for Joyner ana Music Li-
braries
Classifieds6
JACK THOMPSON
and obscenity issues for nearly 22
years
in l0(su he first confronted the
issue Vk hen The Doors lead singer
hm lxrnson was charged vith
obscenity Siddons has debated
the Moral ManritA Parents Music
Resource Center and others over
the last 10 years
Greg Werckman will join
Gukckme Siddons ndhfaonlo
oppose Ihompson sargument tor
x ensorship Werckman is the gen
See Censorship page 3
For Sale. Wanted and
Personals
Features7
Matt King previews
violin virtuous Geraido
Ribiero s vsit to ECU
Pirate Comtcs10
Sports11
Mike Steele and ECU
Pirate hoopsters wiM rely
on depth and experience
as they enter the 1990 91
season
Satire Insert
Campaign tever hits
ECU Today Also, a clas-
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(Er?c lEantCHaroltnian November 1.1990
ECU Briefs
ECU alumni to host pig pickin' for
j young alumni before Nov.10 game
The ECl Alumni ssck Mtion v ill host .1 tailgate pig pi km
for young alumni at 11a.m. on Saturday No 10 prior to thr 1 JO
pin R Uvs Northern Illinois football game at Ficklen Stadium
rickets lor the barbecue are s pet person and must be
purchased in advance Musk will be provided 05 W Zl I 1
Fhe pig pickin will be located on the llui I lealth I ield next
to the yellow and white tent on the corner ol Greenville and
Charles boulevards Participants an encouraged t( brim; theii
own tx' erages
rhe ECl Vlumni Association promotes university spirit
and continued involvement toitsalumni through a ti itics whi h
help accomplish it mission to serve said Susanna Hudson
young alumni coordinator Activities tor young alumni are
intended to help make the transition from student to alumni
I 01 more information to pure hasc bartvt ue tu krt- ont.i t
Hudson at the Taylor Slaughter Alumni House, F( I C.reenville
(. 27858 757 t85 rickets to the football game can bo pur
chased b) calling 1 800 DIAI ECl
Parents Association to hold social
I for ECU parents in Mendenhall
1 he ECl Parents ssooation w ill host a so tal on 1 uesda
o I v from 7 M.) to 4 p m in tin- 1 Ireat Room ot Mendenhall
! Student Center located on the EC I campus
All parents w ho have students enrolled at ECl areim ited to
attend rhere is no charge foi admission
I nivcrstn administrators, tacult and students will bo on
hand tor the informal gathering
Guests will have the opportuniU to learn ITungs ou
Never Knew About ECl from areas such as academics athletics
� hr.it and dance cooperative education and health sciences
said Susanna Hudson KC I parents programs directoi
Parents . an also volunteer to become involved in the nw
Parents VsMViation bv saving what this college PTA in doing to
enhance the qu.ilih. ol ilucatu�n then students receive and to
;��, v ,1, 1 rtannt Is .�t ommunu ation between them and the win
1 kiTSlM
K,l! : � KiK.mnen are the Parents AsNOCiation'sCrecnville
representatives I ne E 1 Ambas idors 1 student service orga
ruzation and Sigma Sigma Sigma Son nt will also servt ashosts
lot more mtormation about thi social or the Parents sso
nation contact thi kannensat. �� r Susanna Hudson at
� s
Joyner Library cuts back hours
1 Budget cuts made n n state revei
will force a reduction moperatinj irs tor the lovner l.ibi
I effet live No 1
1 .ibran hours will he cut Iron I �
week, university officials announced
1 r Marlene Springer vice chancelkn acaden 1
I said Although every effort had Kx 1 madi t j t. to t thi
schedule of library hours in the early budget ill-back th m �t
recent sequestering made a change in iihr.itv houi
able
IS HOI KS lt)KinlKIIKIIO
Morhia rhursda
Erida)
Saturda
s a in to 1 I p in
S a in to h p m
10a in to 4 p in
1 nmptU �1 trom I I t-WN Bun .in n port
Crime Scene
Automobile reported stolen from
Mendenhall Student Center area
October 29
1839 ovncrl ibrar tsouth) report of damage to personal
property
It'll RetcherMusicC enter report ot damage to real prop
erty.
1026 (ones Residence Hall responded to activated fire
alarm, same caused by smoke
1726 Belk Residence Hall report of a stolen bicycle owner
did not wish to tilt- charges
1848 Garrett Residence Hall responded to activated fire-
alarm; caused b burning paper on third floor (central)
1914 I ndisclosed area campus citation issued to student
tor speeding
1924 Undisclosed area: campus citation issued to student
tor! peeding
tw"u Aycock Residence Hall: responded to activated fire
alarm; same caused b smoke �
211� I. ndisclosed area campus citation issued to student
tor speeding
2328 Umstead Residen el fall investigation ol prankcaller
2331 College Hill Drive campus 1 itation issued to student
tor st. p sign violatii n
October 0
0040 Mendenhall Studententer investigated report ol
larcenv of a motoi vehii le
iMs 3thand Rotary streetsampus nation issued to non
student for 1 �ir- less and reckless driving Another officer pro
toed ha k up
1 10 Fletcher Residence Hall served papers on subject
1S0h FC1 StudentStore erved papers on subject
1829 C ollege Hill I 'me campus citation issued to student
ior speed 11 u
g4 , lence HalMwest) campus citatum issued
to subject foi gon � .vn one way street
!058 GarrettR .idenceHall possibledrugviolation same
w unfi iunded.
2151 aeene Residence Hall served papers on subject
2239 Mingest oliseum (north) dispatched to field No 2to
as 1st rest in- squad with a subject with .1 broken le
�339 Garrett Residence Hall: two campus citations issued
to siibie Is tor disturbance
MM ones( afeteha observed two subjects carrying items
tr n building; same was larcenv bv employee
sh Croatan Building verbal warning issued tor stop
si n violation
October 11
0136 Garrett Residence Hall responded to activated tire
alarm, small tire contained and extinguished
Cnmc Scrnr is Ukrn fn.m official It U I'ublu Safety logs
Steam ship authority to speak
ECU News Bureau
British authority on steam
and sailing ships ill speak at ECl
'o 7 at s p m in the lenkins
S� hv�el t rt � Auditorium
1 r lasil .u k (.reenhill. an
author and former diret tor ot the
ational Maritime Museum ol
Greenwich England will deliver
the EC I Brewstcr Lecture in His
ton Di Greenhill will discuss
lhe S s.teat Bntain and the
v oming ol Steam a igation
f lis lei tine is tree and open to
thepublu reception at the home
of hancellorand Mrs Richard R
i akin will follow the presentation
Mo ser I et ture is spen
i annualK b
( I I
partmentot I listory to pro idethe
universit) communitN and its
friends the opportunity to hear
outstanding scholars and speak
ers interpret and comment upon
the great historii al moments I he
lecture is underwritten In Pr
I aw rence t Brew ster an !� '
professor emeritus
i .reenhill ls.i v eteran ot main
years in the British Diplomatic
Serice and in addition to direct
me, the ational Maritime Mu
seum he has held offuvs in the
Internationa Ro al Armouries, the
Ron al Naval Museum the Six ietv
tor Nautical Research and the
Ro al Air I or. e Museum
(le hasjPo i ritten numerous
articles on maritime matters
W1 I
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STUDENTS.
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RANDY WILL FIGHT FOR ECU1
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MUSIC & DANCE on two stages of entertainment.
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Gilie �ast Caralintan November 1,1990 3
Censorship
Continued from page 1
Hanisfeefer
oral manager of Alternative Ten-
tacles Records i AT). ATsassocia-
tion with hard core punk bands
such as The Head Kennedys, left
Biafra and The Butthole Surfers
has earned the record company a
reputation tor controversy
1 he Student Union Forum
committee is sponsoring the event.
Lee Ann tharrington, the
committee s chairwoman said
students will likely be allowed to
ask questions.
1 he debate is expected to be a
heated one It san issue that con-
cerns everybody Tharrington
e,d No one s exempt
I harrington said members (it
the Forum committee felt this de-
bate would be especially interest-
ing since the issue ot censorship
and obscenity is constantly devel-
oping and that it will have a direct
bearing on the ujx oming election
The debate is intended to give
thoM' w hi' attend a greater under
standing ot the censorship issue.
Tharrington said it would bo
interesting to note that 2 LiveCrew
was recently acquitted of all ob-
scenity charges. One of the mapr
arguments for this development
was that people under 18 years old
were not allowed into their con-
certs.
"That seems fair student
Jennifer Bnlev said of the decision
"After all, movies have a ratings
system that keeps minors from
seeing R- and Vrated material
1 lowever, Thompson's stand-
point is that the line of artistic free-
dom needs to bo legally drawn
Thompson backs those who say
society should rally against sexu-
ally explicit and vulgar language,
and the drawn legal line will re-
veal the barrier between freedom
of expression and creating por-
nography
"such a barrier is defined by
Thompson s supporters as the
point ot moral tolerance Others
call it censorship
The debate in Hendnx The-
atre is expected to last about an
hour and a half
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Sennng the East Carolina campus community since 1925
Joseph L. Jenkins Jr General Manager
Michael G. Martin, Managing Editor
Tim Hampton, News Editor Michah. Albuquerque, Asst News Editor
Matt King, Features Editor Stuart Oliphant, Asst. Features Editor
Doug Morris, Sports Editor Earle M. McAulev, Asst Sports Editor
Carrie Armstrong, Special sections Editor Scott Maxwfi i , satire Editor
Amy Edwards, Copy Editor Deanna Nfvc.i oskuv Editor
Michael Lang, Editorial Production Manager Toby Barbour, Circulation Manager
Jeff Parker, staff Illustrator Stuart Rosnfr, Systems Manager
Chris Norman, Darkroom Technician Phong Luong, Business Manager
Margie O'Shea, Classified Ads Technician Deborah Daniels, Secretary
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Carohman reserves the r.ghi 10 refuse or d.sconunue any advertisements thai disenmmatt on the b�is ol age, sex. creed or
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Opinion
Page 4, Thursday, November 1, 1990
University should reconsider library hours
Native Americans suffer from majority control
Bv Darek 1c( ullers
l ditorul C olumnisl
The state budget cimnch is hitting North
Carolina's oduc.uion.il system in a big
way.Dwindling funds haveonceagain forced
university officials to trim expenses. This time
Jovner and the Music 1 .ibranes were the target.
Effective todav,librarv hours havebeen
cut from 100 to85 per week. And as if the 13-hour
reduction were not enough, students, faculty
and staff will no longer enpv extended librarv
hours at the end of the fall and spring semes-
ters. That's an unacceptable limitation.
A well-stocked and up-to-date librarv is
one of the most useful tools any school has at its
disposal. The value of a library as a research
and study facility is even greater at the colle-
giate level. Any reduction d user hours throws
a troublesome monkey wrench into the aca-
demic machine.
Perhaps the most affected will be com
muters and night students. They are a! a dis-
advantage already because of the limited time
they are on campus. Commuters come from
several counties surrounding ECU, and the
librarv musl be open nights and weekends to
serve them The majority oi night students
hold jobs during the day, so they too rely on
the library's late-night and weekend hours
Most night dasses end at 930 p m . the re-
maining one-and-one-half hours before the
librarv closes is hardly sufficient tostudy or
conduct research.
Funding should have been cut from
other areas instead. For example, the campus
beautmcation project could have been put on
hold, as could painting the interior and exte-
rior ot buildings and universitv-owned ve-
hicles
We students did not come to ECU be-
cause the campus was attractive, but because
we wanted to learn. The libraries were the
wrong place to cut funds, and university of-
ficials should reconsider the change.
Tight budget or no, students need to ha ve
maximum possible access to their libraries.
When we paid our tuition, we expected
we'd get it.
I'he history ol Native mei
cans is one thai is full ot abuse and
deception rhey have been made
too many promises, many of wl
were broken America and
(. anada's polio toward them h.
been two fold put them on res
ervationsor �ibioi t them to -
minanon
Dunng th And row , -
administration the heroko
forced to leave their nat �
and go on a Frail f Teai � �
narrow reservation
forced to give up many ot their
customs and rituals ii
to assimilate ! h �. � � � I i
noble sa ag� s" by th ei i
settlers
rhedisputel � . plan
to build nine new holes I i
course on land thai the Mol � -
. lairned was theirs V pi
police (officer was killed i �i ��'
tempt to dislodge M � -
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Pro-choice,
pro-abortion,
whafs the
difference?
;t Amendment protects flag burning
By Amy Lipscomb
Editorial Columnist
The Amencan flag, the sym-
bol of America and all America
stands for democracy, equality
and freedom.
Each Amencan has the right
to do with it what he or she wants;
salute it, cherish it or burn it If the
flag honestIv belongs to all ol us,
that is how it must be
According to the law of Pub-
lic Communication, "First
Amendment freedoms include the
right to form one's own beliefs and
the right to express them
Expressing one's belief. even
an unfavorable belief, should be
allowed Professor Thomas 1
Emerson once said, suppression
of information, discussion or the
clash of opinion prevents one from
reaching the most rational judge-
ment blocks the generations of new
ideas and tends to perpetuate er
ror
But, rational judgement, on
both sides, gets thrashed when you
talk about burning the flag
There are people that say, "It
you hate America so much, then
get the hell out But do teenagers,
who fight with their parents, reallv
want to leave home7 Or, are they
fighting for change in their house-
holds?
Are we, the people, supposed
to love our country, government
and fellow human beings 100 per
(rnt of the time7That may be a nice
idea, but it cannot work
People disappoint us, our
government makes rules that we
don't like and our country (and
how we act as people) sometimes
shames us. And the flag, the sym-
bol of America, has had to shoul
der some of her people s rage
Colonel Mike &rge ot the
United States Air Force disagrees
with theatrics (as offensive as
burning the flag) as a form ot pro-
test Flowever, some disagreements
have to get unpleasant for any re-
form to occur The civil rights
movement providesan instructive
example.
While some of the flag burn-
ers were irrational and
unimpressive, the outcry beneath
their act Of defiance was not For
instance, one of the demands is
nghts for all Americans ITiat is a
legitimate request As far as
America has come, we still have a
long way to go.
Harvard law professor
Laurence Tribe said, "Freedom of
expression is a fundamental good,
an end in itselt, an expression ot the
sort of society we wish to become,
and the sort of persons we wish to
be
We need to look at what our
dissidents are saying, no matter
how thev express themselves It
we look beneath the flame to find
the heat that caused the fire, we
may find the same people we call
rebels today may be the patriots
we hail tomorrow.
Even as the rebels burn the
flag, they will wrap themselves up
in its freedom and trust that it will
protect them Besides, it's that
protection and freedom that every
Amencan should fight for The First
Amendment is too precious to
throw away
1 o the Editor
1 am writing in
to a letter that explained pro-
choice as not being the same as
pro abortion (Ocl : It e
plained that pro c hoice just
moans that 1 have the right I
be in control of my ov n life
1 low c or. pro choice also
means that you support abor
tion as a possible solution to n
unwanted pregnancy Isn t that
pro abortion ?
1 believe abortion is mur-
der myself, because all
made from the union, ot sperm
andegg fnetwoby themselves
cati create a baby . but when
thev come together, that fertil
ized egg is on its wa be
coming a fully developed per
son. Ending that life, Ibelive is
murder 1 do believe that t .
eryone shoukld be tree to makt
their ownhoi. es, but is abor
tion a benefic ial choice?
1 he letter explained that
more than 200 000 women a
year will die along with their
babies if abortion becomes il
legal However, today legal
abortions end the lives ol ap
proximate!) 4,000babiesa day.
Either w ay asa society, we lose
How does this benefit
women, children and society ?
Ther are those who believe that
it's bettor to abort unwanted
pregnancies than to give these
babies a chance to live The let
ter explained that it sbetter for
taxpayers to pav tor abortion
than have to pay tor an un
wanted child tor 18 years ol its
life. Aren't we saving though
that money is more important
than life? Who are we to place
value on life and s.n who
should live or die?
rhere are also those who
believe unwanted babies
concieved from rape or incest
will probably face psychologi-
cal pain and abuse, and abor-
tion is the better alternative
First ot all how o we
know that every unwanted
child w ill gro ��� ip like this"
� can't predi l the future
Secondb s.ivthat
pain and abu
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want to I
love us
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but
Se ili
triage raj
as veil as diseasi i
pr� gnai hese in
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all desire exual fulfilln
; � od � it '
or he's set guid
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se� and not live in tea
igainst I
I
iuse hi s us and
us safe from these probli ms
bortion disi isi and
unwanted pregnancy hi
nothing but fear and desti
tion i eand fulfillment
sizei � tot ition that dire tly
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Senior
Newspaper
has become
a 'tool'for
candidate
1 o the Editi
1 am disappointed that
East i arolinian has be ome a
political advertisement and tool
insupportingcandidate! larvey
(iantt rheOctobei 25editorial
stated I �� I � Carolinian
whole heartedly endorses
Harvey H (ianttinthel s Sen
ate election Regardless
whether your newspaper sup
ports i iantt or esse 1 lelms is
not the issue the issue is the
fact that The East Carolinian is
partly funded w nh tax monies
This fad should aftevt certain
policies and procedures per
taming to political endorse
ments
Your masthead decrees
ECU football
team is for
the students
the I .1 '
hen 1 went to the last
: was extremely
disai ted hy is the foot-
ball teamlined upon thealumni
sideot thefield? rheonly answer
that 1 have found is they givethe
money It seems to me that 1 pay
a little money to this university
1 he team should be tor the stu
dents not tor w ho has the most
i ash hat is our football team
prostitutes? I am a senior and
will be graduating within the
yeai and would like to leave
thinking that the tootball team
a as for the students
Another problem I had
was what the Piratedid or didn't
do In all fairness to the guv.
who would do anything with
the OTHER HAM standing
around him True it was hot as
weI but he'sthere to lead the
i tow d with tlair and character.
Hease take m ioffense but come
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Stranger mixer was awesome once
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Pledges how was that stranger man1
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ALPHA PHI PLEDGES Our sur-
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ALL PI EDGE CLASSES We hope
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SIGMA NL supports Senator esse
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hth from 12:00 to 6:00 pm in
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Tidewater Region of the Amencan
Rod Cross and Residence Hall Asso-
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CENSORSHIP DEB AI L
On Monday November 5, 1990 at
S.00 p.m in Hendrbi Theatre there
will be a censors ip debate I he de-
bate will feature lack rhompson, a
key figure in 2 1 ive C rew being
banned and arrested in Florida.
Bill Siddons manager of the Doors
when im Morrison was arrested tor
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EDUCATION MAJORS
Thursdav November 1, Student
Council for ExceptkmalChildren will
hold its meeting at Aycock Junior
High School at 5.15pm Lib Elks will
bo presenting Teacher Made Materi-
als. If vou need a ride, moot at 445
p.m in theSpecial Education of tice in
the Speight building If vou do not
meet in front of Aycock Ir High on
Red Rinks Road at 3:1? p.m We
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PRkQTSTJJDENTS
Wednesday November 7th, 6 3030,
Room 205 OT Classroom Belk Build-
ing If vou are unable to attend the
group meeting on Wednesday, No-
vember 7th, the OT Department fac-
ulty will meet with general college
advises on the following dates and
times:
1112 Monday ta.mlla.m
111390 Tuesday 11.30-a.m.lJOp.m.
111490 Wednesday 11:30-130
111590 Thursdavll:30a.m130pm
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ECU KITING CLUB
The Corsairs will be meeting on
Thursday November I at 7:00 p m.
in the Mendenhall Student Center
Lounge, lorn me Corsairs as we ex-
tend our physical and mental range
with the wonder of kites Fvervoneis
invited toflj with us this Saturday at
the comer ol 4th and Hickory Les-
sons ;re a v ailabie For more informa -
riorwcall ChrisorMarc at 752-9627
One sky, one world.
NX TEACHING FELLQWS
FreshmanTeachingFelloAvswillmeet
on November 5, at 5:00 p.m. Mr Tim
rhomburg will speak on Education
Issues in the Fleming mooting room
Attendance is required.
ECHO LEAST CAROLINA
HONORS ORGANIZATION)
ECHO will meet on Thursday, No-
ember I at 5:15 PM in the Central
Campus Meeting room located in the
basement of Fleming Hall. Members
should bring their questions for the
ECU Bowl '
EMPLOYMENT OPPRTAin
Graduatesand December Graduates.
Internal Revenue Service Position:
Revenue Of ficer.Collechon Division.
I ocation Statewide North Carolina.
Anticipated Hiring Date. January 15,
11 Requirements for Direct Hir-
ing: 3.5 GPA or top 15 of School
within the University For Roster.
Complete Form 5000B to Take Test
For further information, contact Kay
E. Goers, (919) 752-6605 or the Career
Planning and Placement Service.
REGISTRATION ADVISEMENT
FOR PRE-PHYSICAL THERAPY
STUTJENTS
Spring semester registration advise-
ment sessions tor all pro-physical
thorapv students will be held on
Tuesday, Nov wh and Wednesday,
Not 7th from 7 00 p.m. until 9&)
p.m in the Physical Therapv De
partment lab (Beik-Alhed Health
Building) All general college pre-
P T students are required to attend
one of these sessions in order to have
spring semester registration form
approved and signed by advisor
Onlv excused absences mil be re-
scheduled.
CAREGlYtR SEOKLG&OUP
A support group has been formed for
people who are caring for a patient,
spouse or other loved one at home.
The group is led by Susan Redding,
RN.CmativeLivingCenterand Freda
Cross, MSW, Eastern Carolina Home
Health Agency The support group
will meet at St. lames United Meth-
odist Church at 2000 E. 6th Street,
Greenville, NC on Tuesday. No-
vember 13 from 7:30 p.m. until 9:00
pm.Respiteservicesareavailable To
make reservations tor respite care,
call the Creative Living Center at 757-
0303 from 8:00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m 24
hours in advance.
GRACF FELLOWSHIP
You're invited to attend the series on
"Sex, Drugs, and Rock n Roll-The
Christian Perspective" on Monday,
November 5 at 7:30 p.m. in Rooms 8
C-D-E in Mendenhall Student Cen-
ter Grace Fellowship -
ECU students and is a gn
nity to meet new people tnd -
God's word U 'here are am
dons, please call Grace O
3500) or Sonya Daniels �
We took forward to seeing �
Monday night
ECU HABITAT FOR HUM Win
rhere will ;h i proji I
meeting on Monday No
p.m in Mendenhall meet
mahon desk' All interested pers
are invited to attend For-
mation or questions call K
Norwood at 931-7653
CTJCJriRlSTlAN; COUN C11
Inter Christian Council is sponsi 1
it s 2nd Annual TRAYFR RAl.l N
be hold November 1st at 9 V p -
Flanagan Ampitheatre (next
Fletcher) Prayer, singing ai
chocolate for everyone!
AJi�DUCjilON: MAJQBS
SNCAE meohng will bo Wednesday
November 7 at 5 p.m in Speight 3 I
Yernon Culpcpper, N'CAE St
Contact, will be speaking on "Scr
Law ' Find out what vou are liable
for as a teacher
NON-CUSTODIAL FATHERS
NEEDED
School of Social Work is seeking nor,
custodial fathers for a one hour Re-
search interview to discuss feelings
about divorces and non-custoodv
ConductedbvGraduateStudent Call
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November 1.1990
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FEATURES
Virtuoso to perform
at ECU, instruct area'
top violin students
By Matt King
Features ditor
. lassical music enthusiasts say that
there comes a point whore gixnl playing
becomes real music Gerardo Ribiero is
said to have the talent and the daring to
produce real music from his violin
Ribiero, a Portuguese native, will be
reenvillle and on the ECU campus
Nov 1 4 Ribiero will be hero to
luct a masters violin class tor the
irea - top students He will perform a
solo piece on WNCT's Carolina foda
1 nda morning at7 15 Ribiero will end
tay by appearing as a guest artist w ith
the Easl Carolina Universit) Symphony
� Sunday at i p.m in Wright udito-
Ribiero was informed about FCT by a
friend and upon inquiry was invited to
the I niversity It came at a good time
ise I w s scheduled to appear at The
Niorth Carolina School of Arts the same
k so the visit to ECU enabled me to
more of North Carolina' Ribiero
�K
TO has studied at the 1 ucerne
( onservatory in Switzerland and
luilliard School in New York While
ird Ribiero developed his talent
� the instruction of some of today's
� �- including Ivan Galamian and
alimir
talent that Ribiero possesses and
that hi' creates has been in de-
� � r uehoul the world oncert
ii ave taken him to the Soviet Union
America China and most Euro-
pean countries
Ribiero has performed w ith some of
the most rt spected orchestras in the world
including the Philadelphia Orchestra.
Montreal Symphony, Zagreb Philhar
monk and Gulben Kian Orchestra of
I isbon, Portugal. He served tour sum
mers as Artistic Director of the Interna
tional Institute tor Chamber Music in
Munich
In competition, Ribiero has proven
himself to be peerless I le has taken first
prize at the Vienna de Mottainl isbonand
the Maria Canals in Barcelona, Spain
Presently, Ribiero is a Professor ol
Violin at the Northwestern School of
Music He has been at Northwestern
Universit) tor five vears and during that
time has spent summers in Portugal
teaching at the Polytechnkral Institute in
Oporto. While in Europe, Ribiero alw av s
finds time to conduct masters classes
throughout the continent
Past teaching positions include an
Associate Professorship at the Eastman
School of Music, a fa ulty position .it 1 he
University of Rochester and at Honda
tate University
It may be safe to say the Ribiero isone
of the premiere violinists in the world
today Thus, it is an honor to have Ribiero
conduct a master's Hass which includes
two of ECU's finest musicians Susan
Pax ton,oncertmistressand ohnWright,
Principle Violinist
The structure oi a master's class is to
allow a student to play a piece tor the
Play portrays
dreary Orwell
resemblance
By Joe Horst
Staff Writer
professor l pon completion of the piece, he says, men I was younger I liked the
the student's performance is critiqued flashy pieces, now 1 like to challenge my-
Ihe one to one closeness of a masters self There is a violin concerto by the
class providesa platform tor precise di- Finnish composer Stbelis that forces me to
rection be at my best
-s a soloist. Ribiero doesn't affiliate
himself with an5 one orchestra Ribiero says he is also partial to the
love to play wit has many groups as Beethoven Concerto that he will perform
! i an I manage to keepbus) playingasolo at K I
Circuit said Ribiero 'he svmphonv s performance is tree
When asked about his favorite piece and open to the public
Last Thursday and Friday night, the
theater arts department opened its 1990-
1991 workshop season with Alan Bowne's
Beirut"
"Beirut" is the story of two people
who arc trving to find love within a soci-
ety that resembles much of the same one
as George Orwell's "1984" Victims of a
nameless disease are tattooed and sec-
tioned off from the rest of society This
nameless disease, with many the same
characteristics of AIDS, has totally deci-
mated the populace and reduced the
world to a state of vigilante law and or-
der. All in all, the play represents a very
scary and very possible future of the
world, with the ongoing threat of AIDS,
that we live in today
Christian Keiber and Kimberlev
Patterson, playing Torch and Blue re-
spectivelv. gave outstanding perfor-
mances as the two lovers seeking some
time and place where they tan be to-
gether The coarse language throughout
the plav served to heighten the feeling of
baseness and perversion that society had
fallen into keith Pitman, w ho played the
Guard, gave an exemplary performance
of society's degeneration into its present
state Abo, the nudity that was inter
spersed through the workshop was
handled very cleanly a id with good taste
Ml in all. Beirut" was handled ex-
pertly, though not for everybody's taste
�s director Can, Faircloth put it. In it
Beirut! 1 found futuristic lovers much
like Romeo and Juliet rheessenceof
the plav can be captured in one of Blues
lines - 1 can live without love and feel
dead or risk death and feel alive
The next workshop scheduled tor
production will also be directed by
Faircloth "One Person a monologue" is
tentatively scheduled to be shown on
November land 1
Stage design courses provide career base
" �������. rL ln-Miru for rock V'K
Bv Joe Horst
Staff Writer
LeiSs5 groovy neo Greattu, Dead leg wagg.n grand o. rock and,o� o M A,�c
Friday night ���
King
By Rich Ternan
Staff Writer
Well, he's done it again
Stephen King has come out with
another new book.
lour Past Midnight is a collec-
tion of four short stones. "The
Langolters "Secret Window, Se-
ret (.arden "The Library Police-
man, and "The Sun Dog"
"The Ungohers" will be sort
of a turn tor most dedicated King
readers It's more science-fiction
than horror, and unfortunately.
shows that King should stick with
horror and leave the science-fiction
to someone else
In "Langoliers Kingtakesyou
, ,n a overnight flight on "American
Pride, Flight 29" Flight 29 has the
bad luck to fly nght into a time
warp, and everyone who is not fast
asleep immediately ceases to exist,
including the pilots
As it so happens, among the
surviving 11 passengers on board,
there is an American Pride pilot
who is qualified to fly the particu-
lar make of the plane in question
When the passengers awaken, thev
find themselves not m the past,
(like the "Twilight one" episode)
not in the future either, but in a
world of timelessness
It's a world empty ol
people; the clouds don't move, ev-
erything is a shade of gray, the beer
is flat and everything seems to be
coming apart.
The second storySecret Win-
dow, SecmtC.arden isone of'Kings
best. It centers around a writer,
Morton Rainy, who is recently di
vorced and lives in the country
King shows his true genius bv
taking the reader step-by-step with
Rainey as he completely loses his
mind. Eventually Rainey becomes
the person he symbolizes his own
guilt and feelings of loss with
John Shooter Complete with an
Alfred Hitchcock ending, "Secret
Window, SecreK .arden more than
makesthecollecrion worth reading
"The Library Policeman" isone
of the darkest novellas King has
wn tten thus far The story revolves
around a small-town businessman,
Sam Peebles.
Peebles arouses the wrath of a
demon who he unknowingly en-
counters in a haunted library.
This demon surfaces about ev-
ery 40 years, takes possession of
someunfortunatehost and becomes
a librarian 1 le then sets up shop in
the children's part ol tin- library
and lives of! the tears olhildren
Fhedemon scares the chil
dren through stones and pictures
to the point that their fear becomes
tangible. He then sucks the tear out
of the eves (if its victims
The demon, hoping to possess
Peebles, plays on the tears th.it he
has locked in his heart from child
hood, specifically when Peebles
was returning a book that was two
davs late, and is collared by a man
claiming to be a "Library Police-
man
Young Peebles is then taken
behind some bushes and graphi-
cally raped, paving his late tine the
hard wav.
King tells this story in a very
horronfving wav. and if almost
seems as it he has let C live Barker
influence him on this erne
The last of these stones. 1 he
Sun Hog begins at Kevin
Pdcvan's 15thbirthday patty, and
Kevin gets iist what he wanted, a
Sun 660 Polaroid camera
It should be very interesting to
see how Kingends his "C astle Rock
Stones Fie claims that he 11 do it
with a bang. Time will tell
One aspect ol the theater de-
partment that has received little or
no recognition is the design and
technical theater With all physical
work done bv the students and mi-
pervised by faculty, design and
technk a! is an integral part of every
performance that is produced.
One of the main classes in this
aspect is Stage Scenery, or Theater
2001 and 2002 Lmght by Leonard
I irhv whoholdsaRF A in theater
and a Masters ot Fine Arts in scenk
design the student learns the bask
tools and skill techniques used to
properly build a set Fhe most im-
portant thing is you learn to get a
feeling Of this side of the business,
and you leave the class with a re-
spect for the technical side of the
theater, said Darby.
As tar as job opportunities are
concerned, an interested person
could achieve an introductory level
job in a community theater after
completing the stage scenery classes.
(ther fobs, such as intro-level pro-
fessional theater, commercial dis-
ptay or industrial shows, require
one to have finished the required
courses tor a I heater IVsign and
Production major. Not only will the
students have experience for the-
ater related jobs, thev will also be
ready tor any other ones. "As an
ECU Theater Design and Produc-
tion major, you must work in a va-
riety of situations. You must work
under pressure, cope with working
with more than one supervisor and
leam and make divisions quickly
Darby also said
Fherearemanv ECl graduates
that have gone on to work in this
field. To name a few, Susan
blanchard. IW graduate, is a Pro-
duction Assistant tor Pisney MGM
Studios Graduate Eddie Blue is a
rigger in Philadelphia and Manuel
C ordero is a freelance scenic de-
signer. Though there is competition
for these jobs in the market, "If you
are good at it and maintain that you
are. vou will work Darby says.
Another main aspect is the de-
sign process, taught bv Rob Alperv
lpers, who has a actingdirecting
degree from the University of Con-
necticut, also teaches the Scenery 11,
or drafting class with Darby He
I Mpers feels that the class teaches
one to better appreciate and sup-
port the staff that works behind the
scenes "As an actoractress or
dancer, it vou take thisclass vou will
be able to understand the space you
have to move in. or the space vou
can dance or act in Alpers said.
1 he class also teaches the student to
appreciate the physical aspect of the
stage
lso. Vipers teaches the scenic
design dassat FC'L In thisclass, the
students do models, sketches and
water colors ol various scenes.
Alpers states T lere vou learn how
to think interprets elv about a play
and turn it into a v isual concept. It's
gixxi for actors and actresses be-
cause instead ol learning the
character's point ot view, you learn
the whole point o the plav
With a BFA in Technical Pro-
ductions graduatecan find work in
scenic studios, repertory companies,
scenerv construction and film. Most
importantly, though. "Technical
majors get a saleable skill in lots of
different areas Fhev have a skill to
see the scope of a problem and be
able to designate it and solve it
quickly, "said Alpers.
Another important aspect of
design and technical is the lighting.
Headed bv new instructor, lay
Herzog, thisclass teaches students
hands-on how to hang and focus
lights for the theater. Students also
run the computer lighting board
and the sound txvard for all perfor-
mances of an ECL mainstage pro-
duction. IXbbie Bnlev. a BFA mapr
with a specialisation in film lighting
, quotes that "the hands-on expen-
ence is very comparable to other
schools
Students with an interest in this
aspect can go on into many fields,
Herzog said. Usually working on
the stage first, individualscan goon
into almost any medium. They can
work in film or TV design, use com-
puter programs to design lighting.
or even work lighting tor rock vid-
eos. Herzog added: "Jobs ire very
plentiful m this area and individu-
als can make a lot oi money
Some goals the individual
teachers have fallen into the cat-
egory of general improvement in
each area. Darby would "like to add
more classes, such as prop making
or advanced draftingand advanced
tech class Alpers would also like
tohavemoreskilled undergraduate
design students attend ECL to help
supervise Lastly, Hcrzog's goal is
to let the students design the
mainstages all bv themselves
Thedestgnand technical aspect
of the theater is not well-known, but
is an integral part of the theater
Without it, none ol the mainstages
would be able to be put on here at
ECU. Interested students have a
wide vanety of choices after gradu-
ation and are sure to succeed in their
field.
Coming Up
Fnday
ATTIC
Indecision
VEWDEU
Funkenstein
(ROCKEFELLER'S
Funk Junky
Earth Merchants
FIZZ
Kkv Files
MENDENHALL
Movie The Adventures of
Ford Fairlane
Saturday
ATTIC
Firehouse
NEW DEL!
Rollv Gray and Sunfire
CmOCKEFELLER'S
House of Mirth
FIZZ
Mo Joe Collins
MENDENHALL
Movie The Adventures of
Ford Fairlane
Sunday
MENDENHALL
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Jli Eat (Carolinian November 1.1990
Campus Voice
Do you think the ECU Gospel Choir
should receive
funding from the SGA?
Doug smith l.i.ul Student
Inghsh
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( iospel Koii is an important part ol iur
I mversitx and then songs represent a long
and complex. ultui tl histon ! ho ma sinj;
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31). Eiiat (Carolinian November 1,1990
Campus Voice
Do you think the ECU Gospel Choir
should receive
funding from the SGA?
Dotlg Smith, Grad. Student
Lnjlish
Sure. I think the) should be funded The
Gospel Choir is an importanl p.irt of our
I Diversity, and their songs represent.�long
and complex cultural histor) lhe ma) sing
religious songs, but I don t consider them .i
religious organization overall
Robert Seaman, Freshman
Special Education
The SGA should fund them. The Gospel
v hoit is not lr ing to press religious views on
the I niversity. Thev are not religious, it is
iusi religious musk Ihe) sing
Vincent Norris, Senior
Industrial Technology
sure the Gospel C hoir works hard s a
member ol the choir I feel it isgospcl musi
as an art form as a style of music
Stephanie Tullo, 1 reshman
journalism
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theSC .A shouldn t fund an organization su h
.is this
lerrell VVortherm, Senior
Art Education
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within the bounds ol theS - A organizational
regulations foi funding
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holders to make li ng distant e telephone i alls using their green, gold
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long distance bills for card holders and reduce the number of cards
people carry when they travel
"Graveyard" wins at the box office
According to weekend Inn office returns, movie-goers liked
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Reflecting the concept of
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1 lelios is the nameof the women's
fnsbee club at East Carolina Uni-
versitv These women have had a
run and exciting season so far.
They have traveled to two tour-
naments in Wilmington, NC and
won two games including a deci-
sive victory over fhe Throws of
XTC.
During fall break the club
traveled to Manassas, VA to
compete in sectionals. The team
showed tots of improvement and
tough plav against some of the
areas top club teams.
If you are interested in play-
ing with the Helios, come out to
practice held on Tuesday,
Wednesdays, Thursdays and
Sundays from 4-6 p.m. on the
College Hill fields.
With the season drawing to
an end, the Helios prepare for
Ultimax Tournament scheduled
for November 3 and 4 on the In-
tramural fields adjacent to Ficklen
Stadium. The Helios will attempt
to regain the tournament cham-
pion title from arch rival UNC-
Wilmington
Plan to attend and seeexciting
fnsbee from a group of fine
women athletes.
For more information call Dee
Ondorffat830-lb74orkathyDey
at 758-8763.
Okinawan Style of Karate
Second degree black belt in
the Art of C.oju Ryu Karate, Steve
Warden, is working to develop a
(,ou Ryu Karate club for the Fast
C arolina campus community
c ,ini Rvu Karate developed
on a small island off the coast of
lapan, originally passed down
from father to son. Goju means
hard and soft in a combination of
hard, sharp punchesand soft fluid
movements and meditation. This
style was utilized in fhe movie
production of Karate Kid.
I hedub will be freeof charge
and open to all students, faculty
and staff of the University. The
club hopes to provide an alternate
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�Waterski Club traveled to
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tirst competition of the year
- ream member lackie Rollins
�broke her own conference record
again in slalom and placed 1 in
" tricks. Brian Smith finished 17th
in slalom and 13th in tricks.
Rollins won a third place trophy
for women's overall.
The second tournament, in
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and only missing the national col-
legiate record by one and a half
buoys. Rollins also won tricks.
Smith posted a personal best in
slalom, taking 10th place and 6th
place in tricks. Newcomer Mike
MUhkan attended and landed his
tirst jump. Rollins finished 2nd
place overall.
At the final tournament, in
Millegevillc,Georgia, Rollins won
slalom and tricks. Smith placed
10th in slalom and 13th in tricks.
New member, J R. Stocks finished
4th in tricks with a good showing.
Rollins won third place overall
trophy
Style of martial arts to compli-
ment the existing Tae Kwon o
club and the( topi Shorin Karate
club
The Goju R u Karate club
hopes to provide instruction for a
large group of participants in be
ginning, intermediate and ad-
vance ranks. The group is inter-
ested in competing in tourna-
ments in the state and region The
club plans to meet on Thursdays
at 6:30 p.m. and Sundays from
3:30-4.30 p.m. in Chnstenbury
Gymnasium.
For more information contiK t
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igma Sorority is Recreational
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October. "Harnshasled her team
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She is very athletic and displays
good sportsmanship and leader
ship on the field or court at all
times. She is the best athlete
among the sororities said
Harris's teammates.
David Caskins, Asst. Director of
Intramural Sports stated, "Chnsti
Harris is a credit to her team. She
displays outstanding athletic
ability, excellent sportsmanship
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She gagt (Uaroltnian
SPORTS
Pirates look to depth, experience
for successful basketball season
By Houg Morris
Sports Fditor
I or the List three wars, IX I
ketball coach Mike Sleek?, has
been delivering on his promise of
ring, intense basketball games
� that traditionfooks to carry
the 1990-91 season
I"hc Pirates will start the sea
n in relatively good shape spe
ilk in team depth Steeiesaid
think we vegot moredepth this
it than we ever have before
rhe Pirates have tour start
returning seniors rim Brown
' 210) at forward and efl
VVhitaker(6 2,175)atguardaswell
i. sophomores Paul (hildress 15
165) at guard and Ikot opeland
r. s �J5) at center
In addition, K I had a good
, ,u recruiting,signingjuniorcen
� ean Pierre Brightwell from
hntcal C ommunit) i nffegc in
ringfield Mass and three fresh
� guard I ester 1 yons(6 2,175)
m Bertie Senior I hgh School in
VN indsor, forward Anton i .ill (6 7
I 2 180) from MiHbrook I ligh
�1 m Ralleigh and forward
in Armstrong (6-5 200) from
Hunter I luss 1 hgh School in
Qastonia
rhe Piratesha e alsti pit ked
up walk-on sophomore Antn
okinen(6-6,205) from Normijann,
I inland
Brown started tor ECU in his
first star playing for the Pirates
coming from Louisburg lunior
(()llege,heaveraged9.7poinlsand
6 rebounds per game last year
,uk) had J6 steals Stock; said,
l im'sreaOy starting totakeonthe
leadership ot a senior "
i opeland was named to the
( Ml Rookie ream last year
lk had a chance togo to Yugosla-
v ia last year,and thafshelped him
d lot said Steele I le had a lot ot
playingbme last year and heshould
play well this year "
Richardson, also named to
the t AA all rookie team last sea-
ion he averaged 85 pointsand 15
reboundspergamelastseason. He
started in seven games I le lead the
Pirates in three point shots mak
mg 3ol l25(44percent),andbroke
� lit record tor single-game
three jxmi field goals made, at-
tempted and in percentagelastyear
on I eb i against Navy.
At (-HMnt guard tor the Pi-
rates, WhitakeraveragedS 1 points
1.9 assists and 2.1 rebounds per
game last season He started in
nearl) halt ot the Pirates' games
and gathered IS steals.
Senior Stanley I xve(6 205)
returnstoadd tothePirates' depth,
but this year he will be playing
forward Steeleexplatned: "We've
gotStanlevplavingin the pen meter
this vear which is new for him, hut
it's where he needs to play We'll
see what he can do from there
As far the starters for the Pi-
rates this year, the question is still
unresolved.
"I have no idea. I guess that's
one of the problems with having a
tot of depth said Steele "We've
got a number of guys that I'd be
willing to put in there We'vegot a
scrimmage Saturday and one next
week and We'll just have see after
that
The Bucs will play a tough
schedule both in the conference
and outside Both lames Madison
and (ieorge Mason are pre-season
conference favorites, rhe Pirates
also will take on Duke, Purdueand
i Nd Dominion away this vear
Ibe 1989-90 CAA Confer-
ence Champion, MU. looks to be
one of the Tirates' toughest oppiv
nents this war IMU'shead coach,
Lefty Driesefl, was named CAA
I oachof the Yearlast season,as he
completed his 47th consecutive
non-losing season as a head coach.
See Steele page 12
Memphis state tacts;
Home: Memphis, lenn
ckname: I igers
Mascot: Hger
Enrollment: 22300
l olors: Blue .nd.ra
st.uhum: I iKrt Bowl Memori
SO)
i�J Record: 2 I
tWd Coach: Chuck Stobart
ar)
VlSl Record: 6-12 1
( arreer Record: 46 '
-urnmi; l.ettermen: 44
Retaining Starters: 1 7
Series: First Meeting
An inside look
)9Q Schedule:
Arkansas St.
Old Miss.
Central Florida
Tulsa
Tulane
Louisville
Southern Miss
S.W. Louisiana
ECU
Miss. State
Florida State
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Nov.
Nov.to
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Sullivan, Charm
men's cross counl
team on and off fi
By Matt Mumma
Staff Writer
Earle'sPick: ECl ;l Msl 24
EastCatolinavs. Memphis
By Earle McAulev
Sports I ililor
ECU will battle Memphis Mate Saturday and attempt to quell
gers' v ban es ol a non losing season
rhe Memphis State fiRers are having their best season since
igers are 4
and are coming off a big victory against
ithwestem I ouisiana ; 6, lost last week to
mple K)-27, in a game they had main opportunities to win
MemphisSiate is coached by buck Stobart who is in his second
,ear with a compiled record of 6 12 l In 10 years as a head coach
hr has an overall record ol 46 60-1
1 think that he has really done a great job in getting that
program back on track, said ECl head coach Hill lewis. The Tigers
got into (rouble with the N( A during the latter part ol spring
wacneein 1989 rhis is when Stobart took over
Looking ahead to this week s contest, the Pirates will be heading
into Memphis injury- laden
Most notably is junior returnman 1 Hon (ohnson, who suffered a
. nee injun against remple and will be forced to sit out the final two
;ames ol the season Johnson ran back a kickofl 90 yards tor a
hdov, n as well as running back a punt tor a 53-yard touchdown
, ;t week I le hasa umulated 879 total yards in kick oft retumson
the season
Faking over his duties will be junior wide receiver Hunter
.all.more on punt returns and either freshman running back Greg
Floyd, senior wide receiver Al Whiting or (all.more on kick off
returns
OU re gome to put a gu) out there returning his tirst punt in
�ame ten returning his first kukott in game It), it's going to be
, nothing, it's going to take time on the practice Held Lewis said.
Two othur starters, junior fullback David Daniels and sopho
more safety Derrick Fields, also have similar although less severe,
knee injuries and are doubtful for the Memphis State game
lunior tight end Luke Fisher lssut'tering from t wo injuries bis
ankle and his shoulder� and is very doubtful tor this week's
game None of these plavers were able to practice this week
One bright spot for the Bucs is that junior linebacker Adrian
Barnhill should return this week after sitting out three' weeks due
to a shoulder injury.
1 he nge� run an 1-formatioh offense that is (entered around
junior quarterback Keith Benton Last week against Southwestern
he passed tor 108 vardsand two touchdowns in the fourth quarter
alone. On the season he has passed for 970 yards and seven
touchdowns, as well as rushing for 375 yards.
"He is the biggest single difference and the best athlete we
have seen at the quarterback position this vear said Lewis.
Benton runs about a 4.4 in the 40-yard dash ECl 's fastest
plaver runs a 4.55 in comparison.
The main target for Benton is sophomore w ide receiver Russell
Copcland He has 26 receptions for 582 yards and three touch-
downs thus far in the season.
The Tigers lost their premier tailback, senior MarvinC ox, to a
career-ending knee injury. He was the leading rusher at Memphis
State the last two seasons.
Picking up theload have been sophomore fullback I eon Bosby
and true freshman tailback Larry Porter The two have combined
for 871 yards rushing on the season as well as compiling 12 I Ds.
Defensively, Memphis State operates around the blitz. This
was set up by defensive coordinator Joe Lee Dunn, formerly ol
South Carolina During his tenure at USC the (.amecocks were
See Inside , page 12
Covington, Virgini;
HARLOT rESVIl I E, Va
Virginia comerback Ionv
rington apparently wont bo
�iving( .eorgia lech's Ken Swilling
�vr for a tnondlv that am time
"On
"The guv is overrated, no
K-shon about it ovingtoo said
'willing, the defensive leader tor
Mb 16 C .eorgia Tech, which tra eb
bj harlottesville for a meeting with
V 1 Virginia on Saturday
Covington said the 6-feot I,
rih-pound Swilling is a media fa
onte 'because he sa big gu who
makes somebighits But in my opin
KM, they've got him playing the
wrong position. HfeskiDsin man-to-
man coverage aren't up to the stan-
dards you like to ee from a free
safet)
Covington says Virginia's
Keith McMeansisa better free safety
because of his man -to man cover-
age abihtv
"But Keith divsn't get near the
recognition that Swilling does
(. "ovingtonsaid TeoplekxkatKeith
and thev see a guy who's a little
under 6 feet and a little under 180
pounds rhen they Uxk at Swilling
ami the stv a guv who's 6-3 and
HO rhe media nist loves that
Vot ruesday night, Swilling
was listed as questionable for
Saturday's Atlantic Coast Confer-
ence showdown because of a linger-
ing ankle injury, but Covington said
he thinks Swilling will play.
"At least, I hope he plays he
said. "If he doesn't, they've got an
excuse: 'Well, we didn't have Ken
Swilling that's why we lost 1
don't want them to have any ex-
cuses
Covington, a fifth-year senior
who never has been shy about say-
ing whaf s on his mind, realizes his
comments are likely to reach Geor-
gia Tech, where they could be used
to motivate the Yellow jackets (6-0-
1,4-0-1)
"ldon'tcare he said. "1 really
don't rhe way I see it, if you have to
use my words to get you tired up,
you're not ready to play to begin
with
Covington, a second-team all
ACC selection a vear ago, also has
stmng"opmions about people who
suggest the Cavaliers (7-0, 4-0)
reached their lottv position by play-
ing a weak schedule
"I'm tired ot hearing that we
don't deserve to be No. 1 he said.
"I'm tiaxi of hearing that Georgia
Tech is going to prove that we don't
belong It really ticks me off
As riHimmatesand as n inning
partners, Kyle Sullivan and Kick
Charm have come together to lead
the ECl men's cross country team
this season
Ibeir consistency in the top
two slots of the team has earned
them the respect of their teammates
and has stimulated a strong friend
ship.
We have a dose friendship
and as running partners we help
push each other. Sullivan said
Sullivan has consistently led
the team's times, but according to
assistant coach Charlie justice, he
hasn't run as fast as his tx-st time last
sear but he improved considerably
over last vear, though
"Coach justice helped me a lot
with my form and that's realK
helped Sullivan said.
Sullivan is a sophomore and
has two more years oi eligibility on
the team
1 lis running experience goes
back a long way. 1 le started track in
tourth grade, and started cross
country in tenth grade.
Sullivan came to ECU last year
as a freshman and complimented
the team bv nvikinguponeot the top
five runnersof the season, rhtsyear,
Sullivan took over the top spot on
the team, and has proven to be a
capable leader along with Charm.
"They tend to make the team
stable by always having the best
performances justice said.
Charm's eligibility for cross
country expires this season, a fact
wl�i?hhasmotivaedhimevenmore
than usual He has stayed at the
number two spot for most of the
season
When Chann transferred to
ECL from Eastern Connecticut, he
didn't plan on running for the team.
"1 wasn't sun' if 1 could run
with the ECU team, but when I saw
the scores posted I knew 1 could
keep up with them, even though this
is a Division I school Chann said.
It's good that he did, because
his seven vears of experience and
dedication have been invaluable to
the cmss country team.
"Rick has improved tremen-
dously over last season and he has
gotten a lot stronger Justice said.
Chann credits this to bmtal off
season training, running IS to 20
milesaday. Chann and Sullivan got
together over the summer and
trained together in order to get in
shape tor this vear
'I'm happy with the way I've
been running and I think the team
has gotten a tot stronger, Chann
said
rhe team'smettlewillbe tested
on Saturday when theC A A C ham
ptonships in Wilhamsburg a
For the future. Chann is look-
ing to ho a student assistant on the
team since he will not be able to run
tor the team next season
I'm hoping I can go out and
help the team as an assistant the
other two years that I'll be here at
EC I Chann said
sullivan. on the other hand.
can run tor two more vears and his
future liHks bright.
It I keep running like I have
been, 1 should berunningextremeiy
well next vear Sullivan said
Sullivan s talent and experi-
ence are enough to make him an
integral part of anv team. He II be
oixhH the people around which we 11
build our team, lustice said
KYLE SULLIVAN
RICKY CHANN





12 November 1,1990 �lie �a�t Olarulintan
Fearless Football Forecast
ECU at Memphis State
Georgia Tech at Virginia
Mississippi at LSU
Iowa at Illinois
Colorado at Nebraska
N.C. State at Virginia Tech
Auburn at Florida
Wake Forest at Duke
Wyoming at Colorado State
Kansas at Oklahoma State
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M1M MARTIN
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FL to increase benefits by $29.4 million
BALTIMORI lAL IheNFl was ordered by a federal judge to
m- rease pla ei benefits b $24 4 million ben ause Ihe league failed to
make contributions that ven required in IH5and ISti
1 be dispute centers on the management council's claim that it
oesn t have to pa the monex because it would not have been tax
liiluctibleintbevearitwa . I he lawver for IheNFl Management
incil said the dec i-um vould '�� appealed
Denver's Ezor pleads quilty to charge
Steele
Continued from page 11
envci
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mg back Blake Ezoi
ed to .N4 hours
M VSl N M �
! ionium) 11 -
. mldn i be M'hii ik ed
niv kill tin ' �'� '�' ��v u'ta1'
, low nship �.tore in Ingham
ountN
pvu r was a ised of svviti mg price
v �o for Wand buried Sunday in infield
SARATOGASrRlNGS NA
With seven seniors and four return
mc starters, the Dukes have an im-
pressive roster
Wo played them tough here
at home last yew I think they re
defmiteh the team to beat Steele
s,llJ
C .ML retur.sthissearwithall
but three players from last yean
squad Die patriots have thnv start
ers returning Among them are
Robert Dykes posting a 17 1 point
per game average and Mike Hargett
with 15 ; points per game Steele
said Mas. n has - �me stn �ng pla
ers returning and the 11 be a tough
team to tvat
And Piratefans anloi - I
exciting season at home. Steeh �i I
"Minges is the hardest place to pla
in the conferenc and il w � � I
of fan support weshould do well it
home
I he Pirates will play their first
senmmage Saturday igainst :
I lubat p m in MingesI . i- un
No one reads
The East C arolinian ads.
Inside
, v . .d W
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� bin la
ir.il
n w eeks after sprinting to
! i and was huned
iturda - Breeder sup
'and the Alabama Stakes
Tyson takes witness stand for assault
hi i vweight champion Mike fVson
lenvalleeal ns that he rouehed
! VC )Rk '�
� n - K a itness star 11
up a w � m.ir it a
Sandra M N rk. i laims I'vson fondled herursed
,t Imm and sh , I ' ��'� rk ntle - I Manh Utan
Johnson will run in Sunkist Invitational
(S AN( il who was sti ipped of the gi id
iiod.il in th. �' pic tor using stei ids has
.y u, mn � . t.itiona in lanuary It w ill
, (ir app n �ince Ins two
.i suspensu i "th
. '� ��
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ranked as one of the best defenses
in the nation
1 le brought his system whu h
:s buiit around the Hit I'hev art
going lo blitz nearly even snap ol
the football game I hev are gome
to tr and absolutely smother
you said Lewis
Dae rigers have had 28 quar
terback sacks and are the 15th
ranked rushing defense in the
(ountr)
Anchoring this defense is
sophomore nose guard . hris
! iobbs He has accumulated 61
tackles, including six sacks and
three pass break ups
Also playing solid defense tor
the I lgers are senior linebacker
svott Rumley and sophomore
linebacker Miki Davis Rumiev
has 59 tackles on the season while
i avis has 7
I he secondary is solid, based
around three seniors, right corner
(ilenn Rogers, strong satet) Kennv
Duffy left corner Reginald 'ones
and freshman free safety lerenu
Williams
One statistu that ma) scare
the Pirates is the fourth quartet
Continued from page 11
y,w of the rigers I he ha .� i
umulati d "s point w I � il
lowing onlv l -1
It the Pirates are t;oing I
the) will have to play errorless
offense, and keep Benton ofl bal
a nee
F.N.VVolf & Co Inc.
In estmeni � n ers
Full Sen ice Naiii mal Brnl erage Firm
Will Be )n Can
Frida Nov. 9, 1 0
Seeking F.ntn � � Positions I i
Ac
Sk kbrokei
All Maiors ("onsid i I
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SiHg p In 1 he Plan fiuiit Otllce
I 'i More 1
Raleigh Office ;inia Beach Office
Stan VanEnen George Hubbard
SlK 537 2190 Mk: 498 ' ,0�
S I I tun
Eight Good Reasons To Vote
For The One With The
Environmental Record
Just a Few Reasons Why,
After 18 Years of Jesse Helms in Washington,
It's Time for a Change:
1 As chairman of the Pitt County Commis-
sioners Charles provided leadership for
a model re � ngpi i im which is
recoqn . � I I iti ' h
2 Charles suj ports leg il ind action
to clean up the ; i i ems at Rocky
Mounts wash vaterfa '� md to make
sure both ttie ' u and " i lentnea
watershi : lav n
4 Charles is supported by the Sierra Club
and the North Carolina Leaque of
Conservation Voters
5 Charles supports the Tar River Coali-
tion s efforts to reduce overall pollution
m the Tar River
6 Charles supports putting teeth into laws
which affect persistent polluters
3 Charles' �� practiced atton 7 Charles practices what he preaches
meas ire I farm I r more than
35years indhi ipportsprogi imsto
reduce agricultures impact on our
rivers
Charles knows that individual efforts are
what its going to take to clean up our
environment
8 Charles supports the preservation of
wildlife and wetlands habitats
Vote November 6
CHARLES
McLAWHORN
Education- tesse Helms has the worst
record in the Senate on education
� One third of our children are dropouts
� SAT scores are 49th in the nation
� The National I dm ation Association i ��'�
his record 7ero
Environment- fesse Hetms has voted 95
times against profei tjng fStorth I :ari iWna's
environment
' Over ' .� of N rivers � streams are unsafe
tot swimming and fishing
� Mt Mitchell is being killed by a id ram
� Jesse Hetms voted against the Clean "Am Act
me Clean Wata v t and against tox�
waste ctean up
� N.C Environmentalists ail his re ord
'disgraceful
Choice- tesse Hefms wants to control
women's bodies
� He wants to make abortion illegal, even in
cases ot rape and irx est
� He tries to Change the Constitution to make
the victims ot rape and incest criminals
Farming-Jesse Helms didnt sham up
for N C farmers
� He failed to attend 19 of 20 Senate
Agriculture Committee meetings this yeai
� Then he voted against the Farm Bill
Toxic Waste-
I . � �. wngahazai ; us
�� cineratoi
ping ground
� �
. i . ��� � Hjrvey Gantt foi
� �� � neratoi
Elderly-
back on th( ei r citizens of Ni
. I, , Hi .��� � M I '��
� He voti Security 2! times
� He voted agan t provid '� tors foi rural
health care and aga ' ' '� �'�' � ls
Fair Share- do�ng tl
;���.�' Una
. � � .� last mtl enat tax dollar! . � �
etui
� N.C. has the i estn hnthi unto)
inreci
. : n � iter dih . i
It's definitely time
for a change.
Vote for Harvey Gantt on Nov. 6th!
.i

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NC House
evane i-fasum
FOR U.S. SENATE
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Helms
shrieks:
'Mapplethorpe
photos are
obscene
page 5
A note
from Al
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l'V� eleetion freii spoual' r
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newspapers ur know it doe&fl t tv
alU matter whom else vou vote t.T
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w hat s on the utting edge K I
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mat this wtvk I rom new on, para
graphs will bv indented ?6 inches,
as opposed kIheoriginal 25-
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minor change HlatantK ripping oft
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Roik rI 1i will be bursting
into badly written song at random
intervals I lope vou like it
ECU SNAPSHOTS
out-of-context statistics
INSIDE:
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displays
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photos at
fund-raiser
page 6
Harvey Gantt visits ECU
fa Amalgam i Pkj
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senate r.ue I 6asve "inn n . .Ted
; v : students w ith a stirring .m
n speech Jurmi; his recent visit
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sell doubt. howe "r I ,antt brokemte
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be up and rhyming again m no lime
Extra poundage takes toll oti vital freedom
Doc warns: right
to vote getting fat
VI ' M !l 1) I'KI
I he right te vote IS in serious
danger of death from obesity he aMse
it siietgettmgexi'rc ist'ilein High saV'
It I llal tion.topresean heratlIs
( enter I or Monitoring rhe Physical
( .uulitu'ii ofonstitutmnallv .uar
anteed Rights
And thi' onK way it's going tO
get bt't tens t( everyone goes out I ht're
.iM.I iMh (SiS it. p( ttonentmues
'W( askrd Mayoi Nancy lerkins o
.itti, i.iIK dei lee November 64S Save
the Right To ote 1 a She turned us
down, giving us s. ime nonsense about
o embertalread beine, utmg I Xi
er something, but at least ve tried
I ndaunted litien s.ivs she m
tends �' ' ahead vith plans to ask
everyone to even ise his right to vote
November
Mv the way I i tion e.isualK
mentioned just s we were leaving
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( .autt that da should help tin� right to
vote more than voting for Helms will
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INSIDE
Helms
shrieks:
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photos are
obscene
page 5
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from Al
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minor change. Blatant!) ripping H
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into badl written song at random
intervals I lope von like it
INSIDE:
Helms
displays
'obscene'
photos at
fund-raiser
page 6
Harvey Gantt visits ECU



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waiting ambulanci and taken to the
� ospital Ilisdoi tors report he should
be up and rh mn p ag nn in no time
i.xtra poundage take toll on vital freedot
Doc warns: right
to vote getting fat
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I i nghl to vote is in serious
langei ifdeath from obesity because
it snotgettmgexercisedenough says
Pr FllaKction, top researcher at fc I s
( enter lor Monitoring 11 n � Physical
ondition of onstitutionally Ciuar
anteed Rights
And the onl way it's going to
get better is if everyone goes out there
and exercises it I. turn i ontinui �
i ked M i. � erkins ti �
offi tails !� roe i embei 6 as Savt
the Right lo Vote Da) She turned us
down gi in us s �me nonsense about
November6already being Voting Da)
or something but at least we tried
I ndaunted lictu n �vio- she in
tends to go ahead with plans to ask
everyone to exer is his ni;ht to vote
November 6
IU the v .i E tion 4 asually
mentioned )ust as we were leaving
our research indicates that voting foi
I uitt that da) should help the nght to
vote more than voting for Helms will
lust thoreht you ouehl to know





Plain Talkin'
By Alvin Newhart
ECU Tooay founder
Now, the great thing about be-
ing the founder of a newspaper like
this here is, you get to call the shots.
You get to endorse who you want to
endorse, and censor the opposition.
(Theother great thing about this job
I can sum up in three words: Babes!
Babes! Babes! But I'll tell you about
that end of it sometime when Ethel
� thaf s my wife � is outta town.)
So I suppose it ain t no big sur-
prise that I declare ECU Today
hereby supports Jesse Helms for the
U.S. Senate.
Why, you ask? Well, I'll tell ya.
I could lie and say it's because he's
brought a lot of money into this state
(and naturally that's a lot more im-
portant than the rights he tramples
on), or because he pledges to protect
me from seeing anything that of-
fends him. But maybe 1 can put it
best in song
For Helms is a jolly good fellow,
For Helms is a jolly good fellow,
For Helms is a jolly good fellow
Which nobody can deny!
Except for all of the people whose
rights he's taken away,
And minorities and people who
aren't rich,
For Helms is a jolly good fellow,
For Helms is a jolly good fellow,
For Helms is a jolly good fellow
Which nobody can deny!
So there are a few too many
syllables in there. What the hell do I
look like, a poet?
North Carolina Senator Jesse Helms removes lipstick prior to a
campaign appearance at ECU Wednesday. Apparently, Helms had
been fundraising at various California gay bars for several hours
before his campaign stop � which explains not only the
lipstick, but also why he was so late arriving.
EKe Harbnson
Unrelated drivel
Jesse Helms
has got to go
Well, it's tough to know where
to start disagreeing with that non-
sense. For one thing, Helms has
never seemed particularly jolly to
me, but I guess that's beside the
point. The point is, Helms has got to
lOh, sorry, Ellie We'll have to cut
you off there. See, this paper once re-
caved a small amount of money from
the National Endowment tor the Arts,
and recent legislation pushed through
h Helms deems that tor NEA sponsored
organizations it's "a crime against the
tate for any criticism whatezrr to be
made against Senator Helms So I'm
afraid we'lliust have to put a stop to this
illegal denigration of that fine, upstand
ing man. The rest of this spaie will be
filled bv Andy Rooney.
And didja ever notice how the
phone company says "you have
reached a number that has been dis-
connected or is no longer in service !
It it's been disconnected or is no
longer in service, then how could I
have reached C That worries me
Published by Offense Unlimited
� a division of Frohnmayer
Folios�.
Published every other week,
unless there are more pressing
considerations. Like, for
example, if we're being dazzled
by Harlan Ellison's presence.
ECU Today is a satirical
publication which
wholeheartedly and
unequivocally supports
Jesse Helms for Senate. Also
Hitler for President, Genghis
Khan for Mayor and Saddam
Hussein for World Leader.
QUOTELINES
"Actually, it was all just a big pke! Yeah, that's the ticket 1 was
kidding! Uh, can 1 have my job back now?"
� General Michael I Dugan
"Actually, it was all just a big joke! Yeah, that's the ticket I was
kidding! Uh, can 1 have my job back now?"
� Richard M Nixon
"Actually, it was all just a big joke! Yeah, that's the ticket I was only
kidding! Uh, can we start getting food shipments again now?"
� Saddam Hussein
VOICES Whom do you support in the Senate race?
U. Vula, 32
Body part
Greenville, N.C.
1 support Jesse Helms in the Sen-
ate race, because he alone has the guts
to make the homosexuals stop
spreading the homosexuality disease.
We need laws to keep them from
spreading immoral diseases like ho-
mosexuality! What good are Senators
who won't pass them because of
medical evidence and such nonsense?
R. Bitrary, 32
Postage stamp
Griffon, N.C.
I'm disgusted with both candi-
dates. I know enough to be disgusted,
because I watch TV commercials reli-
giously, and I believe them implicitly.
I can't vote for Helms, because he's
against education, and I can't vote for
Gantt because he wants to tax away
ail my money to give it to the artists.
Now please excuse me, this guy was
selling me some land in Florida.
T. Veedinner, 32
VJooden peg
Ayden, N.C.
I support Jesse Helms for Senate,
because he made the artists sit up and
take notice that we weren't going to
fund themany more unless they swore
under threat of perjury that they
wouldn't produce any art anyone
would mind. Of course, that means
they can't produce any art at all, but
who needs art when you have TV?
EN. Tity, 32
Glue
ChiKowinity, N.C.
Helms. No doubt about it. He's
the only candidate who can figure out
that the women of North Carolina
can't make up their own minds
whether or not to have an abortion, so
the government should decide for
them. Gantt, on the other hand, thinks
women should go around having
abortions m the ninth month for the
fun of it. Those crazv liberals'





It's only a joke, please don't write or phone. Thank you � ECU TODAY � November 1. 1990 � 3
Cereal makers lament
oat bran's 'demise'
Thh Amalgamated Pklss
The American Association of Ce
real Makers gathered in solemn con-
clave Tuesday to mourn the passing
of a great product oat bran � from
America's grocery shelves.
Almost as one, the 142 delegates
burst into song to express their col-
lective grief:
(Sung to the tune of The Day the
Vfusk Pied.)
A long, long time ago
The Surgeon General's report
Said thai oat bran would cure all out
nation 5 ills
The very thought us made my heed
swell
Lip with dreams of how much I'd sell
To gullible consumers
But then I heard some rumors
I still remember how I cried
When I heard the Ceneril had lied
Yeah something touched me deep
inside
y
die
The day the Mueshx died
And we were singtn'
Bye, bye, dreams of oat bran pie
Stole a Hyundai one fine Monday
Though I didn't know why
My employees were ealin Tnxatthe
And singin' this'll be the day that I
This'II be the day that I die
Did uou eat all the Qracktiri Oat
Bran
A nd then have to ruh off to the can '
Did you pve up trotted Flakes
Well, come on. lack be nimble, jack be
quick
lack Flash s bowels became nice and
ilick
lhanks to the bran that made him
ick
The day the Mueshx died
There was a lot more, but it got
even more disgusting as it went on
Okay, I promise this is the last one:
The voters of North Carolina know what Jesse
Helms stands for. And they know what Harvey Gantt
stands for. They also know what FBI stands for. And
they know what ECU stands for. And they know
what NASA stands for. And
Paid for by the Helms-for-Senate Committee
ECU SNAPSHOTS
out-of-context statistics that prove nothing
We're Misspeling Moore Wurdz!
1984
1985
1986
? 1987
1988
1989
1990
D
Congress, president
reach 'historic accord'
THE A.MALC.AMAII I) Pkl SS
Congress and the president
reached what Minority Whip
"Salamander" Gingrich called a
"historic accord" late last night, fi-
nally compromising on a Daylight
Savings Time package.
The president had threatened to
veto several previous versions of
the bill, objecting to provisions which
would have required the rich to set
their clocks farther ahead than the
poor, therebv creating an unac-
ceptable Daylight Savings Time
gap The compromise measure still
requires the rich to set their clocks
farther ahead than normal, but also
requires the poor to do the same,
thus narrowing the gap.
The Daylight Savings Time
package is part of an omnibus time-
killmg bill mandated by theCraham-
Cracker law Graham-Cracker re-
quires the government to save a cer-
tain amount of time each year in an
attempt to catch up to the Japanese,
who are years ahead of us.
On November 15, Jack-and-Jillette
proudly introduce
DEPRESSO
TM
a totally new concept in
electric shavers.
Unlike our competitors' inferior
shavers, the DEPRESSO� shaver
doesn't even have a blade. That's
because the DEPRESSO� shaver
actually talks each individual
whisker into committing suicide!
Sure, it takes a lot longer than
ordinary shavers but you've never
had a shave this close.
PS. While you're at it, try not to think about all the
hapless bunny rabbits we mutilated and tortured in
order to bring you this minor convenience.





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r
ariK '
Helms campaign
goes to the races
HI I Ml I P�
Sena I �i lease I lelm � lot �k � pin
around theharlotte Muter Speed
way prior to .1 stock .ir race yester
day, as part ot ,i Kind raiser for his
i ampaign
I i.ini. i ,ir .1 beautiful antique
he's cherished since His boyhood,
i (msists ui two large stone cylinders
joined by pieces ol wood, with.t wood
framed genuine dinosaur skin top
Pumping ins fee! furiously, Helms
cried "Yabba dabba-doo" at the i ai
iped ott around the ink h
Helms was .1 i ompanied by
former White I louse aide (Mivei
North, who asked the fans presenl to
"please support my good pal lease
Helms in his re election bid against
th.it liberal snooty bla k Demot mi
After .ill, it s the only nance l haveol
getting my pensionback cr, I mem
it's the only i hance North arolina
I i holding "O to the antiquated
values it believes In! I mean, the tra
ditional values it believes in! radt
tional kw hei ?
orth, who also served as honor
rv pace -ir, told reporter h( hopes
Senator Helms' race againsi (iantl
"turns out the right way, sending that
stu k up Harvard �edui ated M issa
husetts (.reek ba k to his little
oops, sorry, wrongcampaigr i mean,
lhopeitturnfoutthcrightway,send
ing mat stuck-up black in hito l ba k
to his little wife and i hildren Phat's
wh.it I meant, right, matter?"
"That's right Helms said, smil
ing down upon North and patting his
head affectionately "You've earned
ne mure ihiy's worth ot effort to
wards restoring your pension
"Oh, goody North ew I.iimed
performing an impressive series of
ki. kflips Smiling beatifical!) at his
l.i. key, I lelmspr�itiiiKusly hurst inti
song.
(Sung to the tune of wy H&d
a iirutn.)
! just while away my Hours
� , i ��( gvil pou ei �
Bui ij I had a brain
icould �� whal I'd been mi ��
liberals I would h fa
Ij i only Had a brain
Oh h ould iell i i
hate the blai ks and �
why I ayldon'i fetfaii Hakesinlhe
news
Then I'd resign
I i ,iiiv the blues!
I lelms was obviously prepared
to go do ,it some length, but North
pushed him aside to sing the foil
mg mc to the tune ol ' un fun fui
(Republii -ui National ' ommittee
i hairman I ee Atwater ai i ompanied
on guitat I
'(l .(��. it right I '��
you 'Oted for "f' Id pal Heln n
II � m Un '� ��� � tupid e
eryone with brain i nvru Helmed now
Atui he �� been uthn out the bucks
foi educational v � "�'i �t �'
now
Ami we llha efun tun tun, til old
,�. � take ' u right �� � �
Well.he'sfought against tht ommut
and he's fought again I thi � men and
blacks nov
And even though Ihi I old War's
over he's not trying any different tai ks
nnii1.
And he'11 only answer aui tionsfrom
newspaper reporter � ma fax now
Ami we'llhavi fun fun fun HI old
lasi take out rights away1.
A WOO, U WOO 00 00 00 00
A WOO, u WOO 00 00 00 ooool
After the song endi d .1 lelmsrode
North around the track several times,
whipping the former Marine with .i
ridingefopoci aaionally Theracewas
delayed until the duo could be re
moved from the stadium
AnnoumlnK yet another series obviously
ripped off from another network:
TWIN PEEKS
A new series about murder and voyeurism
only on your local FOMX! station!

Election time got you
down?
lust don't feel like facing
up to your responsibility
to cast an informed vote
Then tune in to
Siskel & Ebert
At the Voting Booth
Noted film critics Gene
Siskel and Roger Ebert will
give you clear-cut, easy-to-
understand synopses of the
candidates and their
positions, plus an overall
rating using the handy
"thumbs-upthumbs-down
system they're famous for.

And they'll even recap at the
end, which means you really
lazy folks only have to tune
in for the last five minutes.
So put down this newspaper.
And pick up that remote
control.
Siskel & Ebert At the Voting Booth:
It's slinlitly better than IlippiiiK .1 coin.





Title
The East Carolinian, November 1, 1990
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
November 01, 1990
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
Local Identifier
UA50.05.06.02.773
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
University Archives
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