The East Carolinian, February 14, 1991






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Witherspoon
pleads guilty
1 le will serve one vear in prison
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Thieves target cars,
bicycles on campus
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Bv Jim Rodgers
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Rodney Sir.ch'and ECU PHoto Lab
ECU judicial system designed to penalize cheaters
B Ionnit�M I llison
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Angel Flight sends
valentines to Gulf

By im Rodgers
stjtt V rilor
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Career day for education majors
to be held Tuesday morning
By Am) Edwards
stall Writer
I in ation .iri1'
in
air
t.nr wil
begin ii
ii Men lenhallStudentC enterand
end at rw m
Personnel from publii and
)'� � hools will be on hand ti
t.ilk to education majors, student
ers and students 11 msidehng
i ireer in the teaching profession
I umey lames, the direi tor ot
the areer Planning and P1a emenl
Service, vml that representatives
from Northarolina, Virginia,
Southarolina, Maryland and
Honda will answer any questions
LVklllB ' '
prosp � I � � mplo
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uestii ns
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ch Keai
( urrontlv tl
student te,i. hers at
mester who will be
ploymenl next tall
I he fair is being hi Id the dav
prior to the beginning ol Spnnp
Student le.n hing I he tan i
limittxl to those students who .mII
graduate in May, though
Mikeamden, who is set Kim;
. ertification in English I du ation
said th.it he plans to use the I duca
tion Fair as reteren. e 1.1 the s h. h l
systems
ml t i know u hal kinds i �l
hile I begin to
aid
ightry, ,ils- a sei
ish i dii. ation c andi-
: :�� �� �: " � same
Mth mghI'mstiKk'nttea hing
� the tall I w int t � know -hat
kin.ls ,it opportunities will be
available when I finish in Decem
Srtidents attending the tair are
I t pn k up an education re-
sume p.i. ket vs hu h in. hides refer
en. e letters, applications and other
pertinent information
I his material should he re-
turned completed to the Career
Planning and Placement Service
before attending the Education Fair,
although it is not mandatory.
� loral organization i
i nl of it s vva to mak i I
troops m the Middle Fast .ire not
v ithoiit a valentine
�niyl I light, a sen n e organi
ation affiliated w ith u Forci
ROT (reated alentme's I a
. ards tor the troops and dev eloped
a system ol sending them so thev
v ill arrive as soon as possible
The cards came in tour differ
ent designs were sent to Arnn
Navy, -ir Force and Marine sol
diers. When someone bought a card
thej were asked to specih which
branch of the service they wanted
their alentme . ,ird to reach
ngel Right sold over lOOcards
in front of the student store and in
residence halls between I eh 4 and
I eh s
Student ienmtor VVattsi ameup
.Mth the
Watts said M brother is m
the mn ,u is stationeii on the
tr. 'in line i w as think: it him
and I realized that there ma be
soldiers ovei then' who don t have
people thinking about them
I Herw helming support ot the
troops in the Middle Fast has reated
a h.u klog ot mail to that region
Military spokesmen sa soldiersare
opening mail todav that was sent
from the l nited States in Decem
Kt Hie valentines willamvemthe
Middle East as late as two months
from now
I think the soldier who gets a
alentme from a person that he or
she has never met w ill ttvl r.insi usl
tt know that everyone is thinking
about them and hope that thev re
turn home s m n V .itts s,ikI
See Angel Page 2
!her. i iiictdep irtment on
� hnngsour
s. hooi intematu -i liuonbut
remains irtuallvunkm wn locally
I h. Maih � � . program
hasde eloped into the top program
in it's class in the ' nited States
f thi tew wavsEl i
is known throughout the nation and
the world t A ilham Shll.direc
� �t the program said
Formed m !w"u the program
now otter- undergraduate and
graduate degrees and isexpei tmg
to add .i doctoral program within
the nevt two vears
I Ht program whn h is part ot
the ! vp.irtm. nt i �l � hstorv eaters
tudent � ii � ten'sted in
' � " " � 11 � and histor
aspects ot shipwrecks and other
undei '�� ' irtif.i '
� ' vi nt in interna
� � . �
students ttoiii eer v here
tr. 'iiK .r.Mt Bntam t "South Am. a
� Still .lls' s.ud th.il til. de
partm.nf has m�re shiiients from
( illll k'OtlKI I.iie
in the union
! fie pn gram s reputation i an
iM mp! shments
�mi. hasthediso �ver andexi .nation
ot trn S.s '�' ml � v current
projtxts lik trktown Shipwreck
�rchaeokvgical Pro)ec1 rhe latter is
a contract between the E I pro-
gram and the slate ol Virginia to
stud Revolutionarv V'ar ship-
w rt ks m orktow n a
The program is offered many
contracts similar to the Yorktown
pnjectthatbnng monev and glamor
to the program .md the entire uni-
i.ersit
Pr 'stil! sas tfkititiseas to get
. aught up in the projects and forget
that the true miss m tor the program
is education
( v ir,tv ,s tnt, students
See Maritime page 2
INSIDE THURSDAY
Editorial
4 Features
Sports
13
New cooperation between
Greenville and ECU can create
a peaceful coexistence
Love Lines5
The university Gospel Choir
prepares for a spring break road
tour
Classified b
Lady Pirates lose to North
Carolina A & T Wednesday
Night 72-62
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2 Bljc �aat cTarnlinuin February 14, 1991
ECU Briefs
Greenville City Council to vote
on Noise Ordinance tonight
The Greenville City Council will take a final vote on the
Noise Ordinance Thursday, Feb 14 The oitv council will be
voting on a proposal to revise the noise ordinance The revisions
include a proposal to bring back noise permits and a landlord
liability clause The meeting will take place in council chambers
on the 3rd floor of the Municipal Building at 7:30 p.m Students
are urged to attend to show their support
Viewings offered for jimmy Carter
Sam Nunn addresses at N.C. State
I ocal citizens may view sessions of North Carolina State
University's 1991 Emerging Issues Forum featuring ippear
a ni VSPV former President limmv Carter and Senator Sam Nunn
Thursday and Friday.
Forum sessions will be relayed over the statewide K (
microwave network. ECU is the only regional viewing site in
eastern North Carolina. Ic I has two classrooms in the Brod
building on the west campus equipped tor viewing. The system
is operated locally by stall o ECU'Senter tor 1 lealth S iences
Communication
Carter's address, "America s Place in the World is
scheduled for H p.m . Feb It Nunn will speak on "Peace,
Defenseand Secwfify" at B:30a.m. Feb.l5
The opening session, scheduled tor 2 p m . Feb It, will
feature addresses bv Herbert S. Okun, former ambassador to
West (ermanv; Maciej Kozlowski, Polish embass) offk ial and
Stephen 11 Rhinesmith former ambassador for U.S Soviet En
changes
Persons interested in seeing am of the televised forum
sessions should telephone Ron Rouse .it 551-29(79 to reserve
seating in one of the telivonfereni c da srooms
Carnegie Task Force chair to speak
in Wright Auditorium Feb. 19
Former Maryland state schools superintendent David
I lornbock will deliver the ninth annual lames VV Batten i Jwttn
geished Fdiuator Lecture at F( I Feb l1' at 7 pm in Wright
�Viditorium.
! lornbock. anattorncv practicing in Washington, D. , hairs
the( .irnegie I ask Force on the Education of Early Adolescents.
Hornbock s lecture, "School Success tot -Ml: America's Ini
pefafive is free m open to the pubiic
Following Howbecfe's everting lecture ECI 's ul Out
standing hdmator Award; will be pros nted I he honorees are
ECU alumni who have made substantial and noteworthy COtl
tribiitions" to education at various levels.
The annual lecture is sponsored bv the F( I School of
Education in conjunction with the campus chapters i a Phi I Vif.i
Kappa mm K,ypp, Vita K.ipp.i education honor societies
Farrier m the day. Horn heck wi!l speak to a gathering of
school administrators and others interested in middK grades
cducatlcin. The meeting is schedutrdfnr 3 p.m atthe I tilton inn
Further information about the iftefnoon program is available
from H C. Hudgiis J9nT ECI s, i rf Education, telephone
ECU to sponsor business, marketing
education conference in Raleigh
'Embracing a New Vision tor Business and Marketing Edu
cation" is the theme of the eighth annual Atlantaoast Business
and Marketing Educationrmference spi nsored by ECU Feb
22-23
The conference will be held at the North Raleigh Hilton I he
event is expected to draw some 500teachers from the( arolinas,
Virginia and Maryland.
More than (4)sessions have been scheduled on such t pu s as
compuier soft ware and classroom technology, career prospects
student ethic- and attitudes, student organizations and com
munitv Collegebusiness linkages for industrial training.
I hrconferetu e is sponsored In the Department i if Business,
Vocational and Technical Edm alien, a unit ol the ECUS hool of
Education.
Fttfther information about the conference is available from
the School of Education, ECU, .reemiiie, NC, 27sss 4353 .
Compiled from ECU Nrw� llp. jti reports
Crime Scene
Occupational Safety and Health
Administration investigate spill
Feb.11
1350Carroll Residence Hall (east) Student given state
citation for expired tags
1425 Public Safety, checked out in reference to a larceny
report.
1450 Third and Reade streets: investigated a personal
property report.
1943�Biology Building: investigated a mercury spill. On u
pational Safety and Health Administration was contacted.
200B�-Cotton Residence Hall assisted (iroenville rescue
with transport of a subject to Pitt County Memorial ! lospital.
2(4(V Tyler Residence Hall (east): campus citation issued to
student for speeding.
Feb. 12
092�Public Safety: checked out in reference to personal
properly report.
1705- -Jams Residence Hall: in vestigated a report of larceny
from a room Another officer assisted with evidence processing.
1807�Jo) !r library: responded to a report of a stolen
bookbag.
1911 �Gotten Residence Hall (southbeampuscitation issued
to non-student for speeding.
212f�14th ,mm Berkeley streets: campus citation issued to
student for speeding.
Feb. 13
005h� Fletcher Residence Hall: assisted student in retrieving
keys from the elevator shaft. Another officer assisted.
0110- White Residence Hall: two male students given
campus citations for visitation violation. They were also banned
from White Residence Hall.
0635�Third and Reade streets: investigated a breaking and
entering and larceny of a vehicle.
Trim
ta lake from official ECU Public Satay Ions.
Maritime
Continued from page 1
not projects and monov till saul
rne program is composed or 20
graduate students and has I? new
students the largest group in the
history of the program
In order to accommodate tor
this growth, the program plans to
add a tilth statt member within the
next year
The program alsxi otters its stu-
dentsopportunitiestosrudvabniad.
For each tall semester since
198 V graduate students in the pro-
gram travel to Bermuda to do con-
servation work with the Bermuda
Man time Museum
The focus ot these trips is un-
derwater archeology but intern-
ships with museums are also ot-
tered
Every summer the program
directs a summer held school that
lasts the entire set oiul summer ses-
sion.
Ihis summer s held schtxil is
gi i ng to focuson Civil VVa r remains
in the I'anilico and Roanoko livers.
Hie field school is open to seniors
from any tmrversity who are inter
ested in maritime history.
! he prai tii um part ot the pm
gram gives students the chance to
put their knowledge to work in a
real lite environment
I hi philosophy of the Man
time I listorv program is that a ship-
v ri k is.ilnsi(ri sie,ht 'according
toMill
I he program also boasts one ot
tin best conservation labs m the
! rated States
I his lab l � ated n i ampus
near the In n Building contains an
irr.i . t artif.x fs i olle ted during
tin held m1�oIs and projects in
which the pmgram has been m-
oh ni
I he depart inentothce is located
m ,i house on the i cane c4 mth
and otam he Streets
I . n though the house is small,
still says, it is .i vast improvement
from the trailer that housed tin pn
gram until List vear The move was
reportedly a direct result of Chan-
cellor fakm visiting the trailer and
finding it unsuitable for the l
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Thieves
Continued from page 1
Ion in lv"0 knox said
I .ist year 2 were stolen from
Itx- .irci ot tlcniint; and Olrmont
Residence Halls, 4 from between
irv is Residence Hall and the urs-
ingbuildingand 33 fnmt the College
1 fill area. Knex s.nd.
1 te s,jid mst bicycles stolen
were ih�I properly Ukktxl er wen1
li x ked hveither thin (aHe94rt hams.
According to knox, the best
vav losei ure�� bu v� liistohxk the
n-ar tire ainl the trarrie to the rack
am) to use is ,� l tvpe bolt hx:k. .
( ne wav to help public safety
recover �i missing bicycle is to have
it registered, rhere is ik cost, and
registration d(x-s not expire
According to Knox,even if the
ilx .il bremoved, pmMicsafety will
h,i t llxbhleserial numb rand
tlt.it will help recover the bike
I ventu.illv, he said, there will
bedesignated hike park mi; areas so
publn s,itet ofneers can watch the
bicycles more easily.
It our car or bike has been
stolen, car has been broken into or
you have Information about any
Crime th.it has been committed.
Crime Stoppers can be contacted at
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Angel
Continued from page 1
to appeal their case for any of the
following: insufficient pnxf of guilt,
violation of rights or judicial action
inappropriate to the circumstances
of the violation.
All appeals cases a re taped, and
are availableon request to students
making appeals, Speier said.
The Fast Caroinian is
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Military crowds a
over Iraqi-held te
By Paul Hoverston
(,annett Nevv Service


m
s
m ftDH.Saaaf Arabia Hi.
Jir war against Saddam Huv. in is
reaching levels comparable to t: i
busiest days � i War II
There 9 talk of traffic jams in
air
Ptanesaoe stacked up in the air
waiting ust to hit their targets
Theairarmada which includes
as man as ' 90 fighters and
bombers, is fl
bat missions I
What sharp mngi v r�
and Iraq makes LAX nd
Atlanta pele in comparts 1 saad
Osert Storm spokesn ine
RrnjCen Ruhard eal refer- 1 �
some of me b est rpori
But NeaJ assured n �� � at
tasdatfy biiefingmac the chances I
collisions are minimal.
'It's mind boggling ho well
r ht-strated it is ' he slid ifsun-
behevabk the job these young
men. both male and fniilli, arc
doing on a raghtH and on a dailv
basis on a 24-hour basis
As for a thrt.it bom Iraq I
have seen no unusual surge in air
defensesorrBaghdadoranvw hi 1
1 the the.Her �
� �: rt in Washtng) 1
�rrnj � � 'i Thomas K
tpfctn wh il
pilots arc soconhderri thatl
rlvmg north with flashing
rmen I I � rront s tl � .
.atch the' mgl : 4i from their
trenches On their backs 1 I
sleeping bags me � � .
ltd) the red and white tlashes
move north, disappear, and return.
LateK. the Marines sa) the
swarmsc4 pbnesseem too numer-
ous to count and the bombing has
thundered almost uninterrupted
night.
Horn long will this go on
As long as it take's, because
there's still a lot oi potential out
there is how Defense Secretary
TicnarJCKene put it on his retun
t� VVashinHY DC, rrcyn Saudi
Arabia earlier this week
The soldiers a grew though me)
are spoiling for a tight and increas-
ingly impatient.
"Sitting here waiting is the
hardest part, said H2rxi Airborne
Spc IetfCunnmgham.24 ofupelo
Miss Let the Air Force get nd ot as
much opposition as it can it s the
smartest thing to do, but it satough
time
TTieUuopsunderstand w kit s
going on said battalion com-
mander Dave Abrahamsen. 41. ot
Spokane Vash. The longer we
wait the longer the AirFotCC works.
the less people anei les equipment
will be on the other side
Reports from the front in
northern Saudi Arabia said that
during the past week, the1 allies have
reorganized the air war against
southern Iraq and Kuwait, where
thebutkofSaddam sarrm is sitting
and waiting tor the alhet ground
offensive to start
On Xucsday. alone 675 combat
missions w ere flown in w hatiscalled
the Kuwait ttVaterot operations
We continue to interdict his
lines ot communication, attacking
his roads, rail anei brieigc system,
said Meal who like most militarv
spokesmen has personahaed the
Iraqi targetsasitthe vere'SKie1am s
pnvate properK
The area has been divided into
"killing boxes each several miles
long and wide and identified by a
set of letters and numbers Air Force
officials told pool reporters in
northern Saudi Arabia
Capt Jessie Monmoto. an in-
telligence officer in the area, told
reporters she s seeing a picture of
Iraqi troops emerge that Saddam
would not like What is Saddam
thinking, she wonders?
"His Army is sitting down here
and get ting slaughtered,and there's
nobody to save them except him
she said The pilots can't believe
they're doing this and nobody's
fighting back
"Those guys must be going
through hell said Lance Cpl.
Patrick Moyes, 22, of Eastern, Mass
who's been living in the Saudi sand
nearly five months.
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� half of them combat � have
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Military crowds airways
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RIYADH,Saudi Arabia -The
air v .ir against Saddam I lusscin is
reaching levels comparable tc the
busiest davsoi World War II
"here's talk of traffic jamsin the
.ir
I lanes .m stacked up in the .ur
waiting iist to hit their t.irits
rhe air armada, which includes
.is manv as l 800 fighters and
bombers, is flying up to I 300com
bat missions daily
hat shappeningoverKuwait
and Iraq 'makes LAX Dallas and
Atlanta pale in comparison, s,ik)
Desert Storm spokesman Marine
Brig (len RichardNcal referringto
someol the busiest L S airports
Hut Ncal assured reporters at
his daily briefing that trv chancesot
collisions are minimal
It s mind boggling ho well
orchestrated it is he said It sun
believable the job these young air
men both male and female, are
doing on a nightly and on a dail)
basis on a 24-hour basis
As tor a threat from Iraq We
have seen no unusual surge in air
defcnsesover Baghdad or am w here
i - itl the theater slid c.il s
v. iiintei piirl in ahingt( i
nn ! rn 1 homas krlk
this mav explain vvh alluxt
pilots are so confident that tho are
Hying north with Hashing lights
Marines .it the front sj the
watch the night sk trom theii
trenches On then backs in the
sleeping bags they call home they
watch the red and white Hashes
move north, disappear and return
Late!) the Marines sa the
swarms of planes seem too numer
ous to count and the bombing has
thundered almost uninterrupted all
rughl
I low lone will this go on"
As long as it takes because
there s still a lot o( potential out
there is how Defense Secretary
l"khardCheno put it on his return
t� Washutyi 1H, l rum SatKJI
Arabia earlier this week
rhe soldiers agree though they
are spoiling tor a fight and increas-
ingl) impatient
Sitting here waiting is the
hardest part, viid 82nd Airborne
'six letti unningham 24 ofTupelo,
Miss let the AirFbrceget rid of as
much opposition as it can. It's the
smartest thing to do, but it'sa tough
time
rhe troops understand what's
going on, said battalion com-
mander Dave Abrahamson, 41. of
Spokane, Wash. The longer we
wait, the k nger the AirFon e w i rks,
the less people and less equipment
will be on the other side"
Reports from the front in
northern Saudi Arabia said that
during the past week, the allies have
reorganized the air war against
southern Iraq Ami Kuwait, where
the bulk of Saddam's arrm is sit tun;
and waiting lor the allied ground
offensive to start
On ("uesdav alone, 673 combat
missions wcreflow ninwhatiscaHed
the Kuwait theater of operations
We continue to interdk t his
lines ot communication, attacking
his roads, rail and bridge system
sud eal who like most military
spokesmen has personalized the
Iraqi targetsasit the were Saddam's
private property
The area has been divided into
"killing boxes each several miles
long and wide and identified by a
set of letters and numbers, Air Force
officials told pool reporters in
northern Saudi Arabia.
Capt. Jessie Monmoto. an in-
telligence officer in the area, told
reporters she's seeing a picture of
Iraqi troops emerge that Saddam
would not like. What is Saddam
thinking, she wonders?
"His Army is sitting down here
and getting slaughtered,and there's
nobody to save them except him
she said "The pilots can't believe
they're doing this and nobody's
fighting back
"Those guys must be going
through hell said Lance Cpl.
Tatnck Moyes, 22, of Easton, Mass
who's been living in the Saudi sand
nearly five months.
In all, some 65,000 air missions
� half of them combat � have
seemingly paralyzed Saddam's
m military machine, once the world's
fourth largest.
lbs .in force is either
grounded in Iraq hiding beneath
hardened) on retebunkersorawa
trom the battle scene in Iranian
cushxly
Misn.iw isvirtualh useless
l arger vessels have Kin sunk oi
destroyed, and smaller patrol boats
are going down to allied tire dail)
I iisgroundtories,thenvi.ilai
army and conscripts in southern
Kuwait and the elite Republican
i iuard aiong the Iraq Kuwait hot
dei are under dailx attack ta ava
net Ol allied planes led b the
massive B 52 bombing runs
rhestrategy has shitted toiso
la ting Kuwait 11 om the rest ot Iraq in
keeping with t lenohn Powell's
edict to wipeoutSaddam'smilitan
"First we . ut it off then we kill it
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Page 4, Thursday, February 14, 1991
Project marks renewed cooperation
In recent years, some students have been
critical of Greenville's stance toward the
university � on everything from noise or-
dinances to I lalloween to law enforcement
officers.
At tintes, it seemed like a constant battle
was being waged between ECU and thecity
� a winner-take-all scenario with neither
sidV claiming victory
This struggle ultimately led to further
nimositv between students and the com-
munity.
However, things began to turn around
last year following an increased awareness
on both sides Students started voicing their
complaints, and theCitvCouncil took notice.
Through the efforts of a few student
officials and City Council members, we are
now close to having a revised noise ordi-
nance � a compromise suitable to every-
one involved And the cooperation does not
end there.
Last week marked the beginning of vet
another example of how the city and ECU
are both attempting to cooperate with each
other as they continue to grow
The Mh Street lighting protect, which
will cost an estimated Si2,000. began on
I eb 5 and will continue through mid-March.
According to Richard Brown, the vice-
chancellor of Business .Affairs, theuniversitv
will pay approximately $6,000 while the city
and utilities company split costs for the
remaining $6,000
As well as the lighting project, thecity is
cooperating further as a sidewalk renovation
project is currently underway near Ficklen
Stadium
Times are changing. We are beginning
to see that a renewed sense of trust between
Greenville and F.CU can create a peaceful
coexistence.
JCmEFROFA IRA&fj
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Legality of scholarships questioned
By Thomas A. Perry
The Forum Syndicate
The recent Department of
Education ruling which sent the
so-called civil rights leadership
into a frenzy should have become
one of the cornerstones of United
States education policy.
The Department's ruling only
reaffirmed what the language Ol
I ille VI ft the C i il Rights Act Pi
i�r4 s tKirlv states: that dis
crimination on the basis ot race.
color or national origin is against
the law
Wh then would so called
minority leaders come oul so
strong!) against the application ot
a law which many oi them (an?
you listening Ben I looks1) helped
to enact1
The Department ol Education
via Assistant Secretary Williams
recently declared that the practice
of awarding race based scholar-
ships was against public policy.
Many legal scholars, including
Derrick Bell of the Harvard Law
School, have declared that the De-
partment of Education's ruling
could easily have withstood judi-
cial scrutiny.
Similarly, there has been no
outcry from the legal community
attacking the legality of Williams'
policy statement
It seems that the legal com-
munity understands the concept
ot applying the various laws ot
our country equally to all people,
not just to specific groups. I would
call the application of the Civil
Rights Act of 14 toall Americans
as being a type of intellectual
honesty.
What defines intellectual
honesty? It means that one group
should not ask for the protection
of its rights under a la w unless it is
willing to submit itself to the
possible detriments that may k-
cur within an equal application of
that same law.
Doesit not seem unusual then
that civil rights leaders such as
Benjamin Hooks of the NAACP
crv foul when one of the arguably
more important laws of our coun-
try is simplv applied to blacks in
the same fashion that it would
'Big government' raises questions of power
Elastic clause used to implement implied Constitutional powers
By Derek McCullers
Editorial Columnist
I think it is time to say now
that we need a change in strategies
for the coming century.
The struggle of the 1960s was
to realize rights already granted
to blacks by the 14th and 15th
Amendment; a goal that many
Americans supported.
They wanted America to re-
alize the fact that they were full
citizens.
They wanted to realize the fact
that they had the right to vote and
be afforded "equal protection of
the laws
These are all goals that one
can agree with.
We all belong in this melting
pot, or bowl of vegetable soup, as
Jesse Jackson once called it. When
you get down to issues such as
quotasand preferential treatment
programs, you get into debatable
territory which I have dealt with
in the past.
However, today I would like
to look at the topic, "Should we
have a big government: examin-
ing constitutional powers"?
A major factor that the liber-
als have used to stretch and spend
government monies in every kind
of way is the so called "clastic
clause which is from Article I,
section i and number 18 of the
Constitution which states that
congress shall be given power to
"makeall laws which shall be nec-
essary and proper for carrying into
execution the foregoing powers,
and all other powers vested by
this Constitution in the Govern-
ment of the United States, or in
anydepartmentorofficcr thereof
Thus it becomes necessary to ex-
amine just what powers are they
delegated?
From my understanding
(through reading and social sci-
ences courses), the basis of Civil
Rights legislation was Article I,
section 8 number 3 which gave
congress the power to "regulate
commerce with foreign nations
and among the several states
They used this to say that any
place open for public usage, must
integrate and serve all of its citi-
zens both black and white. They
took this authority because places
open to the public most certainly
will have inter-state commerce.
I agree wholeheartedly with
this approach. Perhaps, Jesse
Helms opposed this, as a strict
interpreter of the Constitution.
Although I do not agree with
him, he had a point way back then.
This power to regulate industries
in such a way is not enumerated
specifically in this Constitution.
However, that's why I favor
the occasional usage of the previ-
ously mentioned "elastic clause"
in times of great national strain or
emergency.
The physical abuse and dis-
enfranchisement of black citizens
by both government and private
agencies, as well as estranged
people needed to be stopped be-
fore it destroyed America. Dr.
Martin Luther King spoke of this.
Another clause that would
allow such action would be Ar-
ticle IV, section 2 number 2 that
states, "the citizens of each State
shall be entitled to all privileges
and immunities of citizens in the
several states
This would justify such inter-
ventions as President Eisenhower,
who was a conservative, sending
troops to protect black students
integrating the school at Little
Rock.
It justifies President Kennedy
and Johnson sending troops to
protect the civil rights activists.
The government can step in to
ensure that states do not strip
American citizens of their rights
as Americans for whatever rea-
son.
One will find that several civil
rights measures were taken dur-
ing the administration of the con-
servative Dwight Eisenhower who
was a God-fearing man. However,
it is a question of limits.
It is a question of how much
should the government intervene
in the lives andor actions of in-
dividuals.
How big should the govern-
ment be? I will address that sub-
ject in another article.
apply lo whites?
It seems that Dr. Hooks is
leading minontv students Jown a
vellow brick road of resentment
and perhaps increased racial hos-
tility on the nation's college cam
puses
This resentmijit will un-
doubtedly result asaAy-product
of the President's dcprSion not to
follow Mr VVilliam's'findmgs
I his resentment atul ammos
itv m.iv manifest itscff'in the term
ot racial hostilitiesatxHIegccam-
puses where race rewtions were
somew hat amicable
I kuvever it I looks hnih he
lieved in bettering the racial cti
mate in the I nited States, hecould
have spoken a thousand words
simplv be uttering nine, I support
the ruling ot the Department of
Education "
Yes, uttering these nine words
may have altered thccollege plans
ot hundreds, if not thousands, ot
black and other minority college
students, but it would have also
sent a message. The message sent
to millions of Americans would
have read "blacks and other mi-
norities can be intellectually hon-
est even when it hurts Htxks.
however, choose not to send this
message.
President Bush also tailed to
seize this opportunity to stand up
for fairness The result ot the
President's lack of leadership
means that tor the next tour years
minority students would be able
to receive scholarship monies for
which the non-minority popula-
tion on most college campuses will
not have a chance to compete
If I were a non-minority col-
lege student, I would be madlv
upset at the fact that l did not have
the opportunity to compete for
the s.ime scholarship that was
awarded toa minority solely based
upon race.
Do you want to get a clearer
picture of what non-mmontv stu-
dents may be feeling? Put vour-
self m the shoes ot the non-mi-
nority college student
Your family has realized that
it cannot afford to continue ti
naming your education. Imagine
walking into the financial aid of-
fice at the university th.it you am
attend Upon inquiring about ft-
nancial aid opportunities you a
told that the on I v financial aid that
remains is designated specific)
for minontv students
Wouldn't you fed ixttm
amount ot animosity low mis the
next minority student thai ym
came in contact with
The so-called civil rights lead-
ership regularlx iv�ue�tntl�ii
tor statements detailing r�v� n
thcr public or private at lions and
or policies w ill result inaKu kljsi
ot r.u isiii
( me should i : �
Ihc so i ailed i n il rights lea kTshw
has ret ogn itil th.it its.u tionswil
cause a backlash ot r.u ism
Manx Americans who p mi
melv want to prcn kJeeqiialjcceY'
lo education tor all. and who be-
lieved, it not participated, m the
civil rights movement will stop
supporting organization such as
the N A AC P. PUS! I,and the L rb.m
1eague
I believe th.it in,en Cod
tearing Americans will di i ut this
because now it is clear that fhev
so-calkx.1 leaders want tohavefhnr
respective groups placed above
the law
The American people, college
students included, will not si.mvi
tor this
Civil rights leaders have used
the Civil Rights Act t protect
myriad Americans from the
" vestiges of racism which pen adt
this country "
However, these leaders now
feel that minorities should tx ex-
cluded trom theclassot Americans
to which the Act applies BenJMM
Hooks and others are making a
nxtK'kcrv ot the system and arc
certainly diminishing the earnest
ettortsot leaders across thecountrv
who truly want equal rights fet
ail.
Many thanks go to Ben Hooks
and to other so-called civil nc,hh
leaders tor showing Americans
that people of color don t want te
be judged hv the content ot our
character but rather bx thenlcr
Of our skin
tffrnjfinr i-rur���. . �'
TRACS offers alternative
By Derek McCullers
Editorial Columnist
As another class registra-
tion came and went this year, I
was relieved to be a senior who
no longer had to fight long lines
for classes that had already
been filled.
And I am still curious now,
as I was as a freshman, why
ECU has not switched to the
TRACS system for registering.
Registration does not have
to be hell for the students and
the faculty that operate the
computers.
I used the TRACS system
for registering for summer
school classes at NC State Uni-
versity in May 1990 and I was
amazed at how simple it was.
Each student receives a
personal identification number
(PlN)according to hisher rank
(Freshman, Senior, etc.)
Then, on the students' des-
ignated day, such as a Mondav
for Seniors, students grab a
touch tone phone and register
for classes.
If the line is busy, they just
call back. TRACS opens at 7
a.m. and closes down at mid-
night.
With TRACS there are no
lunch hours for students to sit
through or classes to be missed
Everything the student needs
to register with is at home,
meaning the students can eat
lunch or dinner, watch TV, or
do homework while register-
ing.
Italso gets the students out
of the faculty's hair so they can
do other work.
It is time for ECU to update
itself with the student's, and
faculty's, needs in mind.
Federal government pj
By Carol Bradley
annett New Service
WASHINGTON Ihetedera!
government pa keted huge profits
from timber sales in national forests
in Oregon, Washington andat)
forma in I1), but barelv held eve
in idahoand lost nx me) in Montana
and other Western states it was re
ported I uesda)
� the $302 mi,on ultimatck
generated In the program, almost
all of it mx from logging in tin
den - : national forests ot
Nregon md ishtngton -
tions fi n those two itatescontrib-
utcd $335 million in net profits, some
of which was ottt tn losses m
oiherst.it, s the I S Forest Service
said
jpngint htemia siuhonal
forests also proved profitable
S65 million worth but similar
operations in regions covering
Idaho, Montana western Wyoming,
eada and Lta
Service$28 milhoi
Despite the
government losl
timber mhS of thd
estS the nev tigul
"It's more of
tunateh said KiJ
resource evonoml
dcrness sk ietj
criticized the logs.
It doesn t u
tor Li vfMvers U tj
destruction ot the I
that su hat if j
The forest 5ervi
- it creates jo
does but you J
passing money 11
But Forest vj
Robertson esbmal
benefits of the
match wiflcxceci
lion He said thi aj
to improve tl
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but I e a wish tor you; For a
happ) day, the Valentines waj.
'cause I'm crazy in love with
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signed a Bunny loo.
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BETH Q Even alter another
Valentine's Day it still seems
like yesterday we met! Al-
though 1 have told you count-
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to me, 1 must tell ou one more
time! I I ove You Robbie.
BECKi S. (HD ID: Happy
alentine's ln I hope to make
this the best Valentine's for you
yet. You are the best thing that
has ever happened to me love
Brad O. (HDD.
SAM :Theend of another three
months is almost here � hang
in there. 1 ove ohn.
TO DYD, THE LOVE OF MY
LIFE: The person that has
shown me what love really is
for 19 years. I can hardly wait
tor the next 19 Love you al-
ways, DSD
LISA M. Will you be my Val-
entine? XOXOXO
DAVE: Happy Valentine's Day
to a very special person. You
have made my life complete,
and I've never been happier.
Love always, Nkrki.
MY DEAREST LUCINDA:
I'm sorry that you couldn't go
a-courtin' with me to the ftshin'
hole. Perhaps Andy and
Barney will let me borrow the
squad car so lean get my proper
chance tosereridade you. Love,
Ernest T. Bass.
PD � 1 love
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grows with
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Day! Love,
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i,u sin h.is,i Monday
� ntors students grab a
phone and rogister
� r lasses
It the line is bns, they )ust
h li rRA S opens at 7
and �loses down al mid-
'S there are no
irs tor students to sit
through or classes to be missed-
� rything the student needs
�indents and t, register with is at home,
operate tin meaning the students can eat
lunch or dinner, watch TV, or
system do homework while registcr-
for summer jne
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990 and I was ot the faculty's hair so they can
�mpleit was do other work
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Luion number fee with the student's, ainl
tohis, herrank (acuity's, needs m mind
Federal government profits from logging in Pacific Northwest
By Carol Bradley
.diinftt New Service
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ITietoderal
government . kcted huge profits
tioiiitimKTs.ileMnn.itin.il forests
in itr,on Washington and i aii
forma in 1990.butbarel) held even
inldahoandiost mnne m Montana
and othei Western states it was re
ported I uesda
Ol the $302 tnilhon ultnnateh
generated K the pnigrani almost
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I � ' ��� d national forestsol
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ot w hi. h was offset b kisses in
othei states the I S t ores! Sen ice
said
I i egging in .ilntni.i s nation il
ton � ts al o proved profitable
U i s million v' oith f nt si mil li
operations in regii us i m ei ing
Idaho Montana western Wyoming
Nevada and Utah cost the forest
Service $28 million
Despite the overall profit, the
government lost money selling
timber in 65 ot the 122 national tor
osts. the new figures revealed
It s more ot the same, untor
tunatelv said Richard Rice,senior
resource econonusl with the Wil
derness Society, which has long
criticized the logging program
It doesn't make much sense
for taxpayers to be subsidizing the
desrructkmof thcc-nvironment,and
th.it s what it amounts to "Ricesaid
the Forest Service defends it he-
i atise it creates jobs and indeed it
does but you can create jobs by
passing mone out on the street
But Forest Service v hiet Dak
Robertson estimated the economic
benefits ol the 1990 program ulti-
mately will exceed costs by SI 1 bil
lion I le said the agency is working
to improve the program's cost effi
i ionc
Nationwide, the logging pro-
gram created 105,583 jobs and $.12
billion in income, a decrease trom
the 132.371 jnbs and $4.6 billion in
income generated in 1989.
A total ot 1.1)27" million acres
were harvested to provide 10.5 bil-
lion board tcvt ot timber, which was
sold for$1,375 billion
The cost ot operating the pro
gram was $745 million.
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in key states:
WASHINGTON f�5 million
board teet were harvested on 40,010
acres; 8,570 jobs were created; rev -
enue totaled $155 million; operat-
ing expenses came to $ba million,
net profit was $57 million
OREGON. 2.9billkmboard feet
were harvested on 216,511 acres
24,000 jobs were created; revenue
totaled $M? million; operating cx-
penses came to S1S4 million; net
profit was $302 million
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IDAHO: 838 million board feet
were har ested (in fi7,935acres; S,0K5
jobs were created; revenue totaled
$o7 million; operating expenses to-
tafed $508 million, ix't profit was
$1.M million
MONTANA:445million board
feet were harvested on 38,003 acn�s;
7.2HO jobs were created; revenue
totaled $44 million; operating ex-
penses totaled $47.3 million; net loss
was $13 4 million
CALIFORNIA: 1.7brtt�on board
tert wen?harvestedon I58,978acres;
I8,3t7 jobs were created; revenue
totaled $24o million; operating costs
totaled $120million; net profit was
$-5 s million.
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'alentine's P.n it still seems
likt yesterday we met! Al-
though 1 have toki you count-
less times how mix h you mean
to tin I must tell ou one more
� in le! 11 ove ou Robbie.
BlK S. (HD Ilh Happy
Valentine's! n 1 hope to make
tius t lie best Valentine s for you
el N. ou are the besl thing that
has ever happened to me Love
Brad!) (HDD,
SAM: I heend of another three
months is almost here � hang
in there 1 ove John
rODYD,THE lOVUOl MY
I III: I he person that has
shown me what love really is
lor 19 years I can hardly wait
tor the next K I ove you al-
ways DSD.
I ISA M. Will vou be nn Val-
entine? XOXOXO
I )AVF: Happy Valentine'si av
to a very special person. You
have made my hie complete,
and I've never been happier
Love always, Nicki
MY DEAREST LUC1NDA
I'm sorry that you couldn't go
a courtin' withmetothefishin'
hole. Perhaps Andy and
Barney will let me borrow the
squadcarso Icanget my proper
chance to serendade you. Love,
Ernest T. Bass.
AOI'SISTERS Thanks tor the
awesome time al Splash Sun-
day night. I lope vou had a great
time and congratulations to
out new sisters Brothers ot Pi
kappa Alpha
I Ol HE SISTERS Ol DELTA
ZETA:I fa ppy Valentine's Day!
We love vou! BX Pledges
I'D � 1 love you all bunches. I
hope you have a super
Valentine's Day! Love forever,
lean
JILL RAND, Even though we
live tar trom each other, I al-
ways talk to vou in my thoughts
and see you in my dreams. It
doesn't matter that we are not
together always because our
re lationship is such a large pa r t
ot my life. If vou are happy,
then I am too. With Love, John
TO MY SWEET BABY
Happy Valentine's Day!
Thanks for the past two won
derful years. I hope there will
be many more to come. Then
again, we already know that
there will be Can't wait to tell!
(Five more months).
MY DEAREST GOMERO
You are my life, my love, my
everything. My love for you
grows with each passing mo-
ment. Happy Valentine's Day
Infinately yours, Gooberina.
ANDREW CHEEK I just
wanted you to know that 1 was
thinking of you and I hope to
hear from you soon. Happy V-
Dav! Love, K.E.
MARK B: Happy Valentine's
Day to a man who makes ev-
erything special for me. PS.
Only 6 months and 24 days 'til
we're legal All mylove,
Djuana).
SUZANNE SLACK: The
blonde Super Bowl babe with
the ball-less cat Hope every-
thing comes out alright on your
comps. We need to party
sometime. Dave Askew
NIKKI LOOM IS: Where were
vou Tuesday during class? I
missed vou and hope you come
today- Mystery Man.
SUZAN LAWLER, I know we
have been dating for only 3
years, but I can not wait any
longer to ask vou the big ques-
tion. Will vou be my valentine?
Answer yes or no � Love,
Ricky Martin.
BILLY � You mean the world
to me. Don't ever forget how
much I love you! Amy.
DEAR RICHARD, Happy ROBBIE HARPER: Happy
Valentine's Day! I wish we Valentine's Day! Hang in there
could be together I miss you with pledging, your're doing a
very much! I will always love GREAT job! I LOVE YOU more
vou! Take care. Love always, than anything in this world:
Michelle. Beth.
DEAR H.K.T Happy
Valentine's Day! I'm glad
vou're mine but you don't trust
me more than I trust you! Love
always, L.
BRENDA BIGGS: You tall hot
momma, you! Everyday in the
Writing Center is cherished
when it is shared with your
presences. Oh, by the way: nice
car
BRYAN B: I wish I could be
there to spend Valentine's Day
with you instead of being stuck
here in Raleigh. 1 guess we'll
have to make up for it this
weekend.Can't wait tosee you.
Oh, by the way, I'm pregnant.
Love, Angie H.
DONNA HAYES: Did not see
you on Tuesday, hope that
ticket-deal was resolved.
Congrats on your new promo-
tion. Brad Zaruba.
TO 5TH FLOOR FLETCHER:
Remember, even though Vin,
Wes, Philip, Mark and Arron
aren't here � I'm sure they're
thinking about you! Hope you
all havea great Valentine's Eay.
Jen.
MR. WOMACK, I'm having a
Valentine's party and you are
invited along with the Hoopers,
Hoovers, and Tumpernickles.
Guess what? Rico is coming
Maybe he will sing us a love
baliad. I lappv Valentine'sDay
I Love You, Ms. Weaver
CHRISTINA, Can't wait to get
married I Love You! Allen.
FEET: Happy Valentine's Day!
I couldn't think of another per-
son 1 would want to spend it
with. Thanks for being so
wonderful. 1 LOVE YOU!
POOKUMS.
ANTHONY, You are the best
thing that has ever happened
to me Thank you for all that
you are and all that you do!
These past two years have been
the best of my life and I look
forward to many more that we
will share. I will always love
you! Carolyn.
NUMB�ER,Thedynasty told
my fortune � "your love life
will be happy and harmonious
As long as I'm with you, it'scool
by me. Happy Valentine's Day!
Love, FT �er. .
TO AL L ETA IMS: We love vou.
But please trv to floss more of-
ten, the collards hanging
fromyour teeth can be repul-
sive. We hope vou can attend
the Griton Shad Festival and
Eat MoMu Nu Omega. Boys of
Mu Nu.
TO ALL MU NU OMEGAS:
Talk oi repulsive, the moon pie
joke went a little too far. Sister
Lori was mentally disturbed
by your displav of innaneness.
Stick vour shad in a muddy
hole. Sisters of Eta Pi.
COOTER: Kiss-Kiss, Hug-
Hug, Smooch-Smooch, Lick-
Lick. Hope this rhyme doesn't
make vou sick. It just describes
what I'd like to do to my fa-
vorite Valentine, Y-O-U! Be
mine, Pooter.
KRISTEN � I hope you havea
great Valentine's Day I love
vou lots! Jean.
BONITA: You are sure my
sweetie petutie. You make my
life rich and without your love
I'd be a much poorer man. I
LOVE YOU�THEO.
JURAND, Ya � Coham �
Chebya! I hope vour breakfast
was yummy. Umm cube,
stop! You'reBURSTINGH! Kiss
me now. Love, Y.B.F.
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY:
Sherry, Michelle, and Angela.
From, The Kinston Home Boy.
(Help, I've Fallen, and I Can't
Get Up!).
A.TV. AND BEDROOM
EYES: Love shows truth; that's
right vours creates desire; true,
but only you can: Shake it'
Stroke it! Thrust it! just DO IT.
CLD: You are the only person
I'd go through hell with to get
to heaven. I Love You!
ECUDOC2B
TO A VERY SWEET SN: DESERT: Happy Valentine's
Happv Valentine's Day! Love Day' Please don't forget how
ya, jean. much I love you! LOVE, BOBO
HOLLY: Since we're going to
spend the rest of our lives to-
gether, we've got to let each
other know how much we love
each other. And I love you more
than words can say. Happy-
Valentine's Day! Love Always,
Steve.
AMY B. It's been four
monthssince we first met
Thank you for the great times
we'veshared. You're a fine, fine
woman Love Mr. Significant.
PIKES: Happy Valentine's Day
to everyone.
SWEET: Have a Happy
Valentine's Day. 1 really miss
you. Love, Ding Dong.
DEAR HOKE, You're my best
friend. Thanx for the "ride"
home. Luv, Miss Daisy.
MARJ: I Luv, Luv Luv YU.
Happy Valentines, Wild
Woman.
KEN: So many Special times I A.K.K I Hope the Valentine's
will not forget, especially when day becomes a memorable
we first met. Our love is an art holiday for you. Love J.
of yours and mine, will you be
my valentine. All My Love, CARRIE: Happy Valentine's
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HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY to
everyone. Love, Alpha Omicron Pi.
riKA AND AOn Sunday al the
Splash riKA and AOn did meet
AOFTs new sisters many did greet.
Videos were made and crazy pic-
tures, too. Hope they turn out 'cause
Caroline took them'mstead of Stew
Singing Buffet on table tops many
did try Hope the Pikes had fun, we
did � Love AOn.
ALPHA OMICRON PI is pleased to
announce the newest members to our
sisterhood. Marcy Adcox, Laura
Barnes, Jackie Brooks, lill Hammond,
Heather Honakcr, lennifer Hudgins,
Christine Johnson, Chantal Moms,
Liz Mullican, Jennifer Ort, Mandy
Perry, Dena Price, Michelle Robison,
JiliShannon, LisaSpindopoulos.Tara
Stroud, Leandra Stone, lennifer
Spivey, Leigh Sykcs and Nancv
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Kim, Barbara, Amy H (illian, Arm-
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tvhind you all the wav � vour AOn
sisters.
TOTHESIGMA PI'S whopartiedat
State, we think you guvs are reallv
great. We parried on the roof till ail
hours of the morning, too bad the
cops had to give us a warning We
put on thcFemmesand jammed for a
while, we put on lane's Addiction
and slammed for a while � down
that is. The band partv on Sarurdav
was definitely living, 11 especially was
wild when you stared crowd diving
We couldn't have asked for a cooler
Pt HSONAI S
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Ted
PI DELTA: We had a good time
Thursday night. Youareagrcat group
of ladies. We hope we can all party
together again real soon! The Delta
Sigs.
HEY ZETAS : Crab your dates and
get ready for a rockin' Friday night"
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EVENTS
"H.M.S. Pinafore" by Gilbert and
Sullivan will be performed by the
ECU Opera Theatre with orchestra
under the direction of Clyde Hiss.
The performances will be on Feb.
14-16, beginningat8:00p.m. and on
Feb. 17, beginning at 2:00 p.m.
(Fletcher Music Hall; for ticket in-
formation call 757-4788). MonFeb.
18 - Sally Moseley, piano, Senior
Recital (Fletcher Recital Hall, 7:00
p.m free). Mon Feb. 18 - Sigma
Alpha Iota pledge recital (Fletcher
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7574370 for the School of Music
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STUDY SKILLS WORKSHOP
Studying hard but not seeing the
results you would like? Can't quite
put your finger on the problem?
This workshop will focus on new
ways to approach your course work
and enhance the skills you possess.
Monday, Feb. 18 at 3:30-5:00 p.m. in
313 Wright Bldg. or Tuesday, Feb.
19 at 3:30-5:00 p.m. in 313 Wright
Bldg.
SCHOOL QF EDUCATION
The School of Education's Fourth
Annual Work Study Trip to Puebla,
Mexico is scheduled for this Spring
Break. Don's miss the opportunity
of a lifetime! All ECU students may
apply. Applications and further
details are available in the Dean's
Complex, School of Education,
Speight Bldg.
QNE-QN-ONE BASKETBALL
TOURNAMENT
Test your basketball skills one-on-
one in Recreational Services single
elimination tournament to be held
on Feb. 25-27. Sign ups will be held
Feb. 15-22 in Christenbury Gym.
So, meet your rivals face-to-faceand
pin in on the fun! For further infor-
mation, call 757-6387 or stop by 204
Christenbury Gym.
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Get ready to flip and roll because
the Recreational Outdoor Center
will be sponsoring a Kavaking I
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p.m. in the Christenbury Gym Pool
The cost is $3.00students and
$4.00facultystaffguests. For
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or stop by 204 Christenbury Gym.
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Our "hearts" go out to graduating
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In front of the Student Store Free
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Information Day (Thursday, April
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for info, on your chance to "sleep
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"H M s Pinafore" by dillxTt and
Sullivan will be performed by the
FCU Opera Theatre With orchestra
under the direction of (. lyde Hiss
The performances will bv on Feb
14-lr. btginnmg at 8:00 pm and on
Feb 17. beginning at 2:00 pm
(Fletcher Music Hall; for ticket in-
formation call757-4788) Mon.Feb
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Alpha Iota pledge recital (Fletcher
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Studying hard but not seeing the
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ways to approach your course work
and enhance the skills vou possess
Monday, Feb 18at 3:30-5:00p.m.in
313 Wright Bldg or Tuesday, Feb
19 at 3.30-5:00 p.m. in 313 Wright
Bldg
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
The School of Education's Fourth
Annual Work Study Trip to Puebla,
Mexico is scheduled for this Spring
Break Don's miss the opportunity
ot a lifetime! All ECU students mav
apply Applications and further
details are available in the Dean's
Complex, School of Education,
Speight Bldg
QNJErQN-QNE BASKETBALL
TOURNAMENT
Test your basketball skills one-on-
one in Recreational Services single
elimination tournament to be held
on Feb 25-27 Sign ups will be held
Feb. 15-22 in Christenbury Gym
So, rneetyourrivals face-to-faceand
pin in on the fun! For further infor
mation, call 757-6387 or stop by 204
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the Recreational Outdoor Center
will be sponsoring a Kavakmg 1
workshop on February 21 at 730
p m. in the ChnstenburvGvm Tool
The cost is $3.00students and
S4.00facultystaffguests For
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In front of the Student Store Free
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The Media Board wishes to increase the
number of applicants interested in serving as
general managers for the following
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� The Rebel fine arts magazine
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da) in rhe kidnapping and robbery of
�i woman whose car was rear-ended
last week on Interstate 215 near
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rested at 4V m when his mother
brought him to the San Bernardino
poHcestation He is being held in the
county kii withiv.it bail
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been assaulted rt rei oflhemraped
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each case a man rear-ended the vi
tims vehidesand attacked them after
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fee ver good about the arrest made
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The investigation leading to
Perkins arrest involved the Califor-
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don't want to fdcuson an) particular
evidence in the � ase
Evans said man) officers in
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matches the victims lescription of a
large light-colored American car
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February 14, 1991
Gospel Ch
releases alb
By James Thompson
Special ro The tmt ' arolmun

In spite t � atuatu -
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a soon-to-be� eased album and a
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From Staff Reports
The Departrr nfol University
Unions is sponsonne The Loonis
McGlohon Trio as part Of their
Cabaret Dinner Dance on Feb 1;
This trio first came to national
attention in W79 when they ap-
peared on National Public Radio
for 56 weekson rheaward-winrung
series "American Popular Songs
Since that time the have recorded
26 albums both on their own and
also accompanied many of
America's best singers like Eileen
ECU School of Art holdsj
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13 and 14
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according to Professor John SatterfteW, a metal and
jewelry inshTJCtor,wtoisc�ordinatmg the sale
It is an educations! fund raiser, which help- r -
money for expenses, maiertars. repairs and visiting
artists, and it is also a way to teach students about
production and marketing, Satterfield said
SatterheU said that so far. only metal and jewehy
students have shown an interest in participating in the
sale.
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onaid's
Gospel Choir
releases album
By James Thompson
Special to The East Carolinian
In spite of the world situations
that exist today � the war. the re-
cession � the East Carolina Uni-
versity Gospel Choir it HI has
vmcthmggood tosingabbut. With
i vn to-be-released album and a
raior road tour to follow, things
� definitely looking u$ for the
organization.
Fmbroi led incontroversy early
last (all concerning its designation
as a non-religious organization, the
issue was hotlv debated as pro-
cedings for the mvl edition oi
the choir began.
Ashasbeenthecasetor the past
four v cars, debate arose in the Stu-
uTpmont Association con-
enving thegroup's classification
religious or non-religious T"he
which some legislators con-
tend I a religious organization ac-
irding to University standards,
and the state's stand on separation
of church and state, should not re-
ceive SGA funding on those
grounds
! Ybate over this issue spurred
several campus onented publica-
tions, including The East Carolin-
md the now defunct Marauder,
to print articles on the subject Ihc
Fast Carolinian also featured it in
their "What Do You Think' opmi. �i
column.
Vocal debate was als heard
Darek McCuflers, an SGA legisla
tor, responded to some of the criti-
cism. "It is unfair that somethings �
strong in our culture is no! being
funded "McCullersalsoadded that
the gospel choir isan "art form" and
it's unfair that it is up to one persi n
todecide. versusabout 1500 people
on campus
When debate in the SGA con
tinned toflourtder, tht decisu n w as
left up to one person rhe Attoi
ney General. Alter lurther investi
gation by the Attorney General's
office, a decision was passed down.
It was ruled that the hoir is not a
religious organization and there-
fore, should receive SGA funding.
President kiplan Clemmons,
and the members ,t the 1 v �
Board, werecspocialh ploasedw ith
the decision. Clemmons added that
thechoir'sct'nstituth'in learh stati s
theorganization'si lassificationand
purpose.
In spite of this ongoing. ontro
versy,thechoirstill had good things
to sing about. Work had alreadv
begun on the recording ol i
The ti
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rig up tor a big semester After a heated fall semester of debate over the official
irganization or not). ECU'S choir is ready for the studio and the road
ti
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Man h release
Advanced word en the project
is that it'sanevengreateretfortthan
their first, which sold about 700
es Ittookanenormousamount
: � me and energy on the part of
each choir member, and others, to
make the profit a reality.
Beginning February 12. audi-
ences everywhere will experience
rhe East Carolina Universityos-
pelheir. In support ol Black 1 -
tor Month, and the release (it the
new album, the their will teur lo-
cally until March 10 when their
major Spring Break fburbegins
In addition to this, the choir
will celebrate their 8th Anniversary
this Saturday evening in Wright
uditorium at 6:30.
Under the theme "A Meh dy of
Praise the choir will perform
original and popular gospel tunes
See Choir page 10
md the now defunct Marauder, begun Oh the recording of the land ed Glory isset tor amid pel Choir. In support of Black His- bee cnoir page iu
Earth Murchants' climb into the Attic Friday night
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Rv lall 1 ickum
Staft Writer
Greenville musicians Earth
M irehants will be playing Friday
ght at the Attic on th Street This
:xv-vear-old hand hasbeen playing
.absand parties throughout North
arelina with ansistentlv positive
responses Their show, which at
times involves various guest musi
cians or paintings-while you wait,
wilUhis time include opening hind
Rural Swine from Wilmington.
EarthMurchants reci Tviii then-
first demo tape last year at Blue
House Studios in Greenville. It
consists erf iour widely popular
originals "1 e itahng rrains "
tecSpaceman Gameofl ife, and
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tionWZMB
! lescribingan) hand s sound is
difficult, so hopefully it will sutiicc
to saj thai Earth Murchants are a
olid progressive' rock band. The
five member group plays a slightly
hard edged species of music and
smes about evervthinu from water
tilution to OUt-crf-body experi-
ences to angry Myrtle Beach jelly-
fish, heir shows have proven tobe
high-energy happenings with few
people left standing sbll.
The Murchants have been
busily pursuing attention from
record companies in hopes of land-
ing a recording contract Response
has been positive and the band
hopes that all their hard work will
soon pay off.
Rural Swine are fast, loud, hard
and their lead singer has been
known toinadvertenuy break things
and take his clothes off on stage.
Earth Murchants are rumored to
have some surprises oi their own
planned as well. Like biting the
head off a bubonic rat.
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Sreenville-odsed band the 'Earth Murchants will be appearing at the
mght Their special guest direct from Wlmington, N.C wil
e two bands are veterans of the progressive sound who have a reputation tor non-stop
jr-fueled. powerhouse, rock-arid roll extravaganzas Don't miss it folks
Loonis McGlohon Trio appears at Mendenhall
From Staff Reports
The Department of University
Unions is sponsoring The Loonis
McGlohon Trio as part of their
Cabaret Dinner Dance on Feb. 15.
This trio first came to national
attention in 1979 when they ap-
peared on National Public Radio
for 56 weekson theaward-winning
series "American Popular Songs"
Since that time they have recorded
26 albums both on their own and
also accompanied many of
America's best singers like Eileen
Farrell, Tony Bennett. Margaret
Whiting and Dick Haymes.
The trio has appeared in
Carnegie Hall three times They,
have performed all over the world
Someoutstandingengagements for
them have included The American
Embassy in London, The Swing
Club in Tokyo, The Wcstin Plaza in
Singapore, Palazzo VeneziaandThe
Grand Hotel in Rome, El Cave in
Madrid and more recently a three-
week tour in China where they ap-
peared before standing-room only
audiences. But the trio is based in
the ii
to perform
1 ooni-
. and thev sav that
then favorite place
Mi i ilohon is one ot
America's most respected pianists
and composers 1 lissongshavebeen
performed and recorded by
America's greatest artists, includ-
ing Frank Sinatra, Rosemary
Clooney, Woody Herman and
George Shearing. The London
Symphony and man) international
artists have alsi recorded his mu-
sic. He wrote the television theme
lorCBs' "On the Road and he and
( hades Kuralt collaborated on a
musical project called "NorthCaro-
lina is my Home" which has been
performed all over the country and
which is also published in a bwk
and on a record album.
The Loonis McGlohon Tno has
appeared on manv television shows,
including "EntertainmentTonight"
Terry People, the bassist, is origi-
nally from the west coast where he
appeared with many (a gnnjps.
Hehasafaotoured in Europe, and is
a a mposer with recorded and pub-
lished songs.
The dinner dance will begin at
6:30 p.m. in the Mendenhall Stu-
dent Center Great RoonvThemenu
ECU School of Ait holds annual Valentine's sale
By Jill Doczi
Special to The East Ca�l�nian
as a donation to the department and they receive 15
percent of the profit off each item they sell after that.
Most students are willing to help raise the needed
and CBS' "Sunday Morning will consist of: quarter barbecue
McGlohon has been the subject of chicken, beef burgundy, buttered
several musical documentary pro- rkKidkrxasahdnsr
gTams in Canada, Sweden and Ja- tato salad, tossed salad (preset),
pan. reachcobbleraridrie
Bill, thedrummer with the trio, prices are $35 per couple, $20 for
isa well-known band clinician, who singles and $15 for ECU student
has also performed with Benny youth. Advanced Jckels must be
Qxxlman and Margaret Whiting. purchasedbyFeb- 13.
Greenville
offers
Wentirefe
alternatives
By Ann Johnson
Spedal to TheEa Carolinian
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"What are you doing for
Valentine's Day?" In order to ttrid
out what the average East Carolina
student was doing tor this holiday.
1 took a survey of several students.
The top ten responses I received
ranged from the mundane to the
extremely interesting. The1 list reads
thusly
1.Studying 2.Staying in to
watch TV 3 Going downtown with
friends 4No idea 5 .Consuming al-
cohol with girlfriendboyfriend
h.Attending Gwendolyn Brooks
lecture at Mendenhall -8p.m. 7.Fra-
ternity Sorority functions
8.Evening ot romance with girl-
friendboyfriend 9 Absolutely
nothing 11) This is the space for all
the creative responses that could
not go into print. So use your imagi-
nation.
One creative response th.it can
be printed was given by Chad
Rassefte. He told me, "Well, first I
guess I'll have to find a valentine
He has nothing to worrv about
From the looks of that top ten
list, it seems that East Carolina stu-
dents have a small planning prob-
lem They are also completely un-
aware oi all the great things area
businesses have to offer them on
Valentine's Day. For instance, area
restaurants are featuring food and
dnnk specials, some even with live
entertainment.
Professor OCools is having a
dinner special for $8.95. This in-
cludes a choice of three entrees, a
salad and strawberry cheesecake
Is
�Miu1
lav-
ing their traditional 14� Strawberry
daiquiri special and adinnerspecial
torjearuwunced.Ghico'sisoffering
a sample platter and desert for two
for $14.95. Also, that night, a pitcher
of strawberry margaritas is just
$9.95 Quincy'sevenhassirlointips
for two.
If vou are in the mood for live
entertainment, Fizz Bistroishaving
ladies night featuring live acoustic
music from 7:30 to 1:00.
Granddaddy Rosser's is also the
place to be if you want live enter-
tainment. That night thev will fea-
ture the music of Robert McDuffy
along wit ha dinner special of ribeye
steak and shrimp for two.
Other lun deas for Valentine's
Day include taking your significant
other to Hank's Homemade. In the
tront windows there are ttees on
which hang paper hearts bearing
messages to that special someone.
You and your sweetie can put your
own message on this tre? It's just
another creative way to show them
you care.
Various student organirations
areoffenng special Valentine's Day
services. For instance, the Alpha
Phis are having a balloon sale. So-
rority members can be found out-
side the student store Feb. 11,12 and
Bscllingslipsof paper for messages
to be written on. These will later be
attached to balloons and delivered
on Valentine's Day-
From balloons to flowers to
singing telegrams, it is all at your
fingertipson the ECU campus. Last,
but not least, there is the ever
popular gift of flowers.
Coming Up
ECU'sSchcxMofArtvvillholdJbanrrualValenti.us money.Theyhavetxvnpreparingfortht'saleforabout
Day Saleinthe Jenkins Fine AiiifcuildtngOn Febmary
13 and 14. !
The sale is held each year and fulfills two purposes
according to Professor John Setterfield, a metal and
lewelry instmct(r,WnoiSCOC�dmatingthes.ile
It is an educational fond ralSer, which helps raise
money for expenses, materials; repairs and visiting
artists, and it is also a way to teach students about
production and marketing, Satterfield said
SatterfiekJ said that so far, only metal and jewelry
students have shown an interest in participating in the
sale.
Students are required to submit at least one object
three weeks and each student will submit between one
and four items
"It'sgiHKl that the students are getting involved to
make money for their department rather than de-
pendingon funding, said art student Kenneth Nixon,
"It's fun but it's also hard and very tedious
The sale has been held for the past five years and
features (ewelrv and metal prodm Is made bv ECU art
students. Prices for jewelry are between 4 dollars and
10 dollars. "The best items go fast There is usually a
near sell-out Satterfield said
The sale will be in the lenkins Fine Arts Building
on Thursday, Februarv 14 fromlOa.m to5 pm
NEW DELI
Thursday
draft night
Friday
Homeboy Madhouse
Saturday
Roily Gray and Sunfire
O'ROCKS
Friday
Olskies
Saturday
Voodoo Squid
MENDENHALL
Friday
Saturday
GoodFellas
Sunday
After Hours
ATTIC
Thursday
Mike Mesmer "Eyes'
Friday
Earth Murchants
Saturday
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By Ann Johnson
Spedal to The East Carolinian
"What are you doing for
Valentine's Day?" In order to find
out what the average East Carohn.i
student was doing for this holiday,
tivik ,i survey of several students
The top ten responses I received
ranged from the mundane to the
extremeh interesting Thclistreads
thusly
I Studying 2 Stay ing in to
watch rV I .Going downtown with
friends 4 o idi a 5.G nsummg al-
I ill girlfriendboyfriend
'����� i � . ' endolvn Brt�oks
Mend nh.il! -Hp in 7.1 r.i
rorit functions
- : � - i ma nee with mr 1
tnendl In. I 1 bsolutel
�u: It) Thi . th sp.it e for all
reativi nspons s thai i ould
� ml print.So usi , mr iniain-
� l nun

i � I popular e, ; �
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t all 1 I woi
ha e pi
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e bi en
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ie-based band the Eac
heir special guest direct 11 n
i wim
Loonis
I rom Staff Reports
Farrell Ibny
Whiting and I
� Department oi University 1 he trio
nions is sponsoring The L-oonis Carnegie 11
'laveperl n
no as part Of their
abaref Dinner Dance orl Feb 15.
trio first came to national
tion in 1979 when they ap
p ared on National Public Radio
� r56weeksonttieaward-winning
series "American Popular Songs
rw e that timed e have recorded
� ilbums both on their own and
Someoul tai I
thorn have mi luded I In
I mbassy in Li mdon, 11 Su ;i
Clubin rokyo rheWestinPJaza
Singapore, PalazztVeneziaand1
( ,r,nui I loti I in ' me I I r" �
Madrid and more rei enth a thrt e
� o'k ti iui m hina '��� here I
ii, 'ii
pn I'tt- ailed irth an�
mv i lome vhn h has beei
� � ii d.iii over the country ai d
ilso published in a btxk
i re. ord album.
: i has
ipp Ion nian tele isionsht w s
'Entertainmenf ronighl
and BS 'Sunday Morning
Md Hi iIkhi has Kvn the subiet t of
eral musical documentary pro-
i
� � � - : erne
, impanied man) ol peared before standii . rcwmonlj
erica's best singers like Eileen audiences But the trio is b
ECU School of Art holds annual Valentine's sale
trranis in Canada, Sweden and a
pan
has
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an an
v 1
Bv Jill Doczi
sp ,j lo Die I jst Carolinian
as a donatii m to tl i tment and ihej rcceivi l �
. nt of the ; � ft" h item they sell aftei that
Moststi tgto help raise the needed
� nc creative response th.it can
�� I uited was given bv Chad
Rassette. He told me, "Well, hrst I
�ss I'll have to fiml a valentine
H has nothing to worn about
I n in the looksof that tip ten
list it seems that East arolinastu-
: � have a small planning proh
m I hev an also i omplot�Sy un-
� roat things arta
businesses have to offer them on
. , : tin( s I a For instance, area
restaurants are featuring UhkI and
� Innkspedals, some even with live
' ' ii ts aro rui I I � i tertammenf
f then 'wn Professor CCools is having a
� the dinner special tor $8.95. This in-
cludes a choice of three entrees, a
salad and strawberry cheesecake
for dessert. Their dnnk spcvials
will be strawberry marjgajntas and
passion punch Annabellc's is ha -
ing their traditional Ucstrawbem
daiquiri spoiiai and a dinmrspec ia I
torxannouncedChico'sisottnng
a sample platter and desert tor two
� r$14.95.Also,thatnight apitcher
ol strawberrv margaritas is ust
S ' 95 Quincv se"en has sirloin tips
tor two
If vou are in the mood for live
tertainment, I izz Bistro is ha ving
idles i ight featuring live acoustic
usk from 7 iO lo 1:00
� :� Idaddv Rosser s is also the
e to be it vou want he enter-
tainment That night they will fea-
� ire the musit ol RoKTt McDuffy
. th a dinner special of ribeyx"
ti ik and shnnip tor two.
� i � � Jeasfor alentine's
; �ay � lu li talangyoursignihcant
other to 1 iank'sl Ionic-made In the
trcint windows there are trees on
which hang paper hearts bearing
messages to that special someone
You and your sweetie can put your
own message on this tir It's just
another creative way to show them
vou care.
Various student organizations
areoffering special Valentine'sDay
services, lor instance, the Alpha
Phis are having a balloon sale. S-
rority members can be found out-
side the student stew Feb. 11,12 and
13seliingslipsofpaperfor messages
to be written on. Tht-se will later be
attached to balloons and delivered
on Valentine's Day.
From balloons to flowers to
singing telegrams, it is all at your
fingertipson the ECU campus Last,
but not least, there is the ever
popular gin ot flowers

� i reputation for non- top
n't n ' ' -
pli thi i issist is ongi-
.vest coast �� here he
ipp in 1 ��� ith main jazz groups.
I lehasalsti toured in I-u rope and is
mposerv ithRccrdedand pub-
lished s, �
1 ho dinner dance will begin at
I p m in tlie Mendenruill Stox-
dent enterGreatRooraThemenu
will ainsist of: quarter barbeque
i hu ken beef burgundy, buttered
rat dles, peas and mushnxims, po-
tato salad, tossed salad (preset),
peach cobbler and pecan pie. Ticket
hillthedrummer with the tno, prices are $35 per ample, $20 for
sawell known band Jimuan. who singles and $15 for ECU student
performed with benny youth. Advanced tickets must be
rgaret luting. purcbuiscxi by Feb. 13.
Coming Up
ECU'sSchoolof Art will hqjditsamrual Valentine s
Day S.ilem the lenkms line Arts Building on I- I man
Hand 14
! h. -sale is h, Id each year and fulfills twt pu t pi �s -
i ording to ProfefSOr John Sntterfield, n metal and
� A.ln instnHtor,whoiscoirdinatingtlH s.l.
It is an edut ational fund raiser, whit I. help raiN
money for expenses materials, repairs and visi
artists and il IS also a wav to teach students about
� ductionand marketing, SarterheW said
Sitt.rtields.iid that so tar onK metal and h
rudents haw shown an interest in participating in the
sale
Students are required to submit at least bjei I
mone
threi ivl nd ea
and fi i' itei
It .
make m ne tor 11
p ii.I . � fund
'It's fun bul �
rhesalel � �
featun �� veil � and
stu lenl Prio '
lOdollai I h. I- I
rv 11 -h'II out Sail
I he s,ile will 1 �
on fhursday, I ebi
niv' forth
MI submit In t ween one
. � ttingfawolved to
lit I Itha than ,�
nn. th Nixon
1 W DM 1
rhursday
draft night
Friday
I omeboy Madhouse
Saturday
Rolh (irav and Sunfire
cr ROCKS
Friday
Olskies
Saturday
Voodoo Squid
MENDENHALL
Friday
Saturday
Good Fellas
Sunday
After Hours
ATTIC
Thursday
Mike Mesmer "Eyes"
Friday
Earth Murchants
Saturday
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10 �t)f Cast (Earalitrian February 14, 1991
Ml �
Campus Voice
Due to threats! terrorism, as well
as aircraft accidents, woulej you
have reservations about air travel?
Choir
V; k
�Krvresen ations ifcr'JJjMg,
nothing in the news aftocjmv mj;f
IV'Tlt
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Kt'iiru iin i lurtiofV. t� � mSH
V ewuntiee. � � �. i VII .� A'ouid no1 low-3
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T d K (rit�c'�Y. Jjittor
jf J had to flv 1 would, it wouldn't
nukerov any more tic: � ous than 1 alrevuh
irr ' -�,
in .t program dedicated to the men
and women serving tn the Middle
last Guest choirs will include rhe
Barton C oltegelospelhoir foi
merU Atlantic hristianollegc
lammm for Jesus of Rock) Mount
N.t . the Pittountv Mass (. hon
and a few othei surprise guests
1 hree current members of the
choir Savannah Barrett, Lawrence
Baooksand fVnetta Dease, aresen
irigin the Middle last A tribute to
them is also planned for the pro
gram
rhe Spring Break roui the oi
earuzationsseventh will take them
to bi major U.S aties this yeai
Charlotte. N 5l 1 ouis Mo ,( hi
cago 111 Detroit, Mich and
Philadelphia V,
rhe tour the centcrpio � ' " �
springsemesterforthegrou gi
students an opportunitv todev
closer friendships with fellow choir
members ) irnei ulturalh awan
promote the universitx and
importanth spread the gospel
through song
S' things are looking i : I i " �
11 vcar old organization which
Continued from Pggf 9
started out with about ten mem
bers Through the vears theorgani
ation has fallen OT some rough
times, but through it all, it has
perservered
With two albums, a second
place imish in(rospdfest, six majoi
l S tours and prestige to its oedit,
tho choir really does have some
thing good to sir.t, about In addi
tion to this, the organization will
host the hrst ever Nqri Carolina
( ollegc Musk Gospel Festival.
which will bring to ECl every ma
lor i ollege in the state, this fall
I'Ih IxecutivcStaff for the 1990
1 ECU Gospel Chotr is Kiplan
lemmons.PresReggieGibbs,Vice
Pros Lisa Finch, Secretary Tracey
Wilkerv�n Asst Sect;IandaBrooks.
! rcasurer; Diane Washington 1 !is
� n m n gorv Horton, I ire 'or,
� -it- Iratton. Alto Section Leader;
Wi �) Faulkner, Tenor Section
! . adei (amesThornpson,Ba�Sei
� � Leader and Dr Dennis Chest'
� it � i 'iit Advisor
�li mgwitheai h hoirmemtw r
tho make the ECU Gospel '
om ot (hr finest �rganizations on
campus
Piwiaki i r.utdink lunioT
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lon'tl - � �. ; jffect m decisionto
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Oss-ie Pomppv. Freshman
Premed
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i' S !hi' au lint s an offering lower prices
4lietitiMb3hyMMiv �� � Inotevenmind
� overseas if I v is t going to th
Middle last
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I " � �,Vt '� Ibreatcning phones calls, in-
B ll " igjesfld bv he ai!t 'vVar Although
� tprdmote a violent inaage, their name
yhp dtinJTilgatnlfii ir.mvjSiic. C mderella's
(tf bjfcWaJl tp ft?�lauht�r-cam and both
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en keeping btisv on the set 0 "Freddy's
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k Prince of Darkness will plav Froddv's
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th
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this year Anthrax
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n via heir new cfip One in A Million' and
eased a second video tor "1 Saw Red Phis time,
version of thebit single Lynch Mob is videoized
�I ond video single, "River of Love "
(ireat White is gearingp to release their nevt opus, Hooked,
ic later this n- ai?h
Dirty White Hov which features former (duffria vocalist
ividGlen 1 islev( ha.srfjjgd.tbeirdebut effort Bud Reputation
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ported by Trixtrand Tangier, whf has d�tp-
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the States MyjituauTiertne to-f nn Deep J?ui
-laves and Listers' tryfcr yl
And n witathesiA)ltfetan'16u�opsui�
rai froi �ed bv U$M cVfVtexY iiHw. A'cfi
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fcatt l loldi r is thnei oc.dist for Scythian, n up�nd-
omingband fn mthe(reorH"vrarea Plenty of giivtartalewfeija
lobe Rae' ind songwrHtngMHty will help thesfcguys p&w
thetMervcs m l')J1 I'tffc&v, udtng from a song writ tea 1v
bassist M�io hollntcr, J-Mfytrjian has the powT to put out some
great origina's VVr'H sr-e tpljememm? ahead
! ton'ttniss thtfHeMlfcr's Palf next weekend nitoen Riki
RaeAPtan takes �oi�b"krjj8rde Taneiro tor perfoiytjjanceclips
by Qu�rnsrvche, fudas PlkMt, Faith No More, Gpfts-tvRoses,
Megadeth and BrazilijowpathsteTs Sepultura
I 'nil next wiek, keep foe-Wa-nd have a great Valentine's
Day!
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TO $l� �aat v�nrulinian February '4,199'
Campus Voice
Due to threats o$ terrorism, as well
as aircraft accidents, would you
have reservations about air travel?
� rwwftr'fiave.Teservations ajkjoMf flyjjpg
ttotng in the news aftocirrry jtatfge
Choir
Ken ih Saw i" I ur ,r
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C rmp!eti bv Matthew l ! nes
v ,iM �hrn -f I Phota .if,
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.
piit thi Katl Uaii :�' '� � k a onFeb
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� if thehif single Lynch Mob is videoized
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� eanngip to release their next opus H � i
�� H(� � hicli features former Giuffria vocalist
hasr(jfldkheir debut effort Bad Reputation
ingler '�r4 fcnd Momm.i - Money now
mgei Bell �
headlining tour ;p ipan next rupnth
' ' . rrixtarand Tangier whfhas dJMfr
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Ktf I i� "if(�fcBr � nVilf next 1 � kend w7hrn Riki
Ktjr ' tafei � t 'V�hark fc-rtdr raneim tor perft 'lyaaanreclips
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I � � 1 hou really doi have �me
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; ti th flu organization ��� ill
host the hrst ever Nkyni Carolina
( ollegc Musk Ui pel Festn al
hu h will bnng to E ' every ma
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Lady Pirates lose to A.&T.
Pirates allow 30 points off turnovers in final game at home.
By Kerry Neslet
Assistant Sports I ditoi
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(n senior night at Mtngi s oli
lilt, the I l I aJv Pirates
pped .) hcartbreakei in ,1
i iidtoughtgametootthi aroltna
. ft i Wednesday night 72 62
Sophomore guard (.av nor
vmhhII said We realh want to
m this tine tor the seniors
s it turned out it v ,is cspc
� illv difficult tor Ihc lour I ,nK Pi
ite seniors to swallow, as Mu helk"
Marsh Kmi I Hipree. Sandraaa. v
indSaraht Iraybulfan well loF.t I
� ion 'landing i ati(n
(,irls lend to get vor emo
tional .mil sentimental cn senior
I o�k h Pal Ptorson said "I
don'l thmk We were its ft used as
c should have been
k I wonthetipoff and scored
nckl) w iili only in e so onds
, . i in tin rmil on'ii 17-1
� In I mtm I lamtrx nd
� t ' then rolkd tt 11 trai
� . iih ItKling.i llmt iintei bv
mrO Dnnncltand Iwobaskets
lerneath In I onya 1 largrove
who had a game high 15 points for
th� Pirates
Ihc I ad) Aggies were forced
to i.ill ,i turnout with 15:55 re
maimngin the hall to slow the ECl'
momentum
After the timeout, the Aggies
then cashed in on I . straight points
oi their own, i ausing the Pirates to
iim om of their timeouts that caused
.i break in the action with 1147
remaining
I he breather rot the Pirates
I ,i. k into the game enough to keep
thesctireclosefor the rest ot the halt
Vngela Ferguson tut two trtt
throws after ,i Mechelle lones
h.u king toul in the lane
Michelle Marsh then gol the
Pirates back on the hoard after .�
i:04 scoring drtmght lo bring Ihc
score to in 15
A 6 I ranott tout iiuu k points
�n .i I Vidra hecks basket tindei
iuith atxl i running lavup b
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on I of 2 fee throws aftei I totena
i n amei h.u kod her on tin- .inn
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Junior forward Tonya Hargrove goes up lor One of her nine rebounds
had 13 points in the Pirate s 71 56 win ovet GMU
Men's swim team takes second
By C ristine Wilson
Staff Writer
ihoiUiiffitswiiivner'tcaine
honx- witha second place victory m
theolotual Athletic Association
( hampionship last week falling
slightlv behind American Univcr-
sitv v ho MOB their stx oixh onsocu
tivc men's bUe
The man finished with s77
points kit weekend in Wilmington,
while the women's team placed
seventh in the( A A with ItfpOttS
American University also claimed
the ch.i.npionship title in the
women's division scoring b49
points.
I ligh hurts for the men came
from senior (ieorge Walters who
t( iok h rst i n the conference in thel (XV
meter backstroke (53.10) and 200-
nxtor backstroke (1:55 18). Senior
Mark () Mnen placed socoixl in the
100 Kukstroke (15525) and took
fourth in the 100-meter backstroke
(54 JO)
Senior Ted Christensen plat txl
Second in the 400-meter individual
medte) (4D7 35) and seoond in the
ZOOmeter individual medley
(I "rtiH) Senior lorn I lolsten t(Kk
third m ihe 200-meter 0v (1:53.79)
and third in the 400-meter iihIi-
vidual medley 14:07 9S)
In the 2(X)-meter medley relay,
Walters, Irishman Luxe Tate, se-
nior Danny Martinez and sopho-
more Brad I lemdon placed Second
with .i timeof 1:3h 11 Walters,Tate,
Martinezuui senior Steve Benkusky
also placed seeoixl in the 400-meter
modlov rel�.y (3:2V 24).
I lerndon tcxik fifth in the )-
nx'ter free showing a tinx' of 21.66.
Martinez also took fifth place in the
Kilometer fly (51.96) Junior Marc
Cook finished fifth in the 200-meter
free (1 43 76), while teammates jun-
ior Denk Nelson, Benkusky and
senior lohn Parrell finished rrspec
tively in consolations (9-12).
Tate finished fourth in the 100-
meter breastroke (59.82) just sec-
onds off Raymond Kennedy's
See Swim Page 16
underneath the basket
The Pirates turnover problems
Started to plague t hem as damn nd
finished a lavupott a steal with2()4
remaining and put the Aggiesout
into the lead at 30-29.
A T. would never reluxuish
the lead.
"We came out very flat in the
hrst half and ust weren't into tin-
game mentally Ptersonsaid. "We
hat! too main dropped pisses"
AJcT.converted lhPiratettrst
halt turnovers into 22 points, and
the problems continued in the sec
oixl halt with I? more turnovers tor
i total ot M) points oft of 1(1
turnovers
Ihe second h.�M started with
St.ui Kyle converting two tree
throws .itter a ' 'nnie Small toul to
make the score M 12
CyDonnell ansvercd .it the
other etui with .i 15 toot jumper to
pull ihc Pirates to vi thm two points
(t I answenxiona 11 footjumpei
trom the baseline by I ergus�n
I he pl.u Mntinned t N' er
Ctvmpetittvc Up until the 4" mark
when Creamer hit a three point .it
Ladies
defeat
Patriots
Bv Owen Cox
Staff Wnler
The Lady Pirates titw again
rallied tnm a first h.ilt deficit, this
time against George Mason to hit
their tree throws down the stretch
i . � i .
and twid on to a 7V victory
Monday night
I(U hit their key free throws
as the game was winding down to
preserve the win. The Lady Pirates
shot 85 percent (23-27) from the
line.
( oach Pal IVrson said, 'We
lost thetirst game (at Fairfax) at On-
line, so it was gotxl to Sec us win
trom the line "
ECU fell behind early, 5-0 on
two( IMUbasketsanda free throw.
Senior center Sandra Grace got the
Lady Pirates on the board with a 10
ltxtcr from the baseline to cut the
lead to 5-2.
After a (.Ml bucket. Sopho
more guard (iavnor C Donndl
Scored four straight points to bring
I he I ad) Piratesto within7-b.CiMI
thin ran Ivn k out to ,i lour iint
lead. 14 It1 with 13 18 remaining in
the first halt
rcshman center anel
Rodgerson's twi free throws tied
thegameat 14-14 with 10 11 logo in
the tirst half. The SCOTC was tnl at
22 22 when( .ML! went on a l1 run
to end the halt ahead, M-26
The second hall was all Lad)
Pirates
ECIJ s(artcl the second half
with so unanswered points to take
the lead 32-31 After a tree throw
and a basket put GMU back ahead.
34-32, ECU went on an 15-4 run to
take the lead for g(xx1. junior tor-
See Basketball. Page 14
tempt to make the score M 52 m
tavoi ot tin- Aggies
�( I was then torccd to call a
timeout and resort to touting for the
rest ot tlx' game
A A'I responded bv hitting 21
ot l tree throws tor a 66 percent
average lor the game and never
reallv gave the Pirates a chance to
come bat k
"We iust weren't into the
game Pterstin sud We really
hurt ourselves with too mam
turnovers ,uul misstxl opportunt-
ties
For tin- game, the Pirates shot
40 percent from the held, 28 percent
trom three point range and " per
cent from the free throw line
While AA I shot verv well tor
the game w ith 50 petccnt from the
held. 50 percenl from three point
range.and the) hit theirfreethrows
when it real I) i ounted.
i In rest ot tlx sea- on leading
up i the lour ii,mi. ill ,i! Limes
Mac!i soi11 niveril won't get an
r,ir as the Pirates pkt) the re
maining five ganies on the road
DdiiRp�"d ECU Photo i
b.irat. Gi i. looks to maki a pass m yVednesday nigl I
AST This was ihe last home game for alt graduating �

GMU rolls over Pirates 78-58
By Malt Mum ma
Sports 1 dilor
( opeiand I. . I 32 minutes
in the game and managed lo
team high 14 points and eight re
bounds vi hilc 1 yons ha 11 pmnts
and tiuir rebounds
sophomore guard st" e
irtm
in
ThcE I basketball team got
off to such .1 slou start Mond.n
night against George Mason
Univcrsit) that die) ncverex?n Richardson played eight minutes
threatened to take the lead m a andonlymanagedt iettwopmnt5
game that they lost 78-58 v i result Pirati three-point at
I romthelvginmnr.it looked tempts fell ofl dramaticaU)
asihoughthel'irati-sdKl not want E ! attempted 10 three-point
toplavKtsketball Mter pl.umg shotsandmadeoaiytwo Barker in
lor fiveWnutcrtofl wus ur - lh6 simhi WkJttaajn
slowing down. game when he v.is in more than
GMU scored 43 points in the ust ete minutes
fust half alone with help trom Ihe three point resp.nsih.ht.
junior forward Byron lucker fctl to junior guard Jeff Perhch but
who had 25 points .nd 13 re thoscshols came in die second half
bounds in the game and Mike �na desperate tr) to get b k in the
Hargett who amassed 16 points, g.inxv
Ihe usual leaders lor IC U, lA l 1 bad a rough time at
sophomore center Ike Copeland themwthro line shooting a mere
and freshman guard Lester percent (8-16) while (.ML
I yons, each stepped tor ward .md flourished shooting 708 percent
proved themselves to be the ECU'S sophomore forward
leaders of the team Ant" Ninen had ag imprcssm
if.
�-
r I
man forward Ke i ' i
w hi has bi en pi
last tew weeks okm. I
eight rebounds ind pr
I defensive off rl
At I2.il3 in the In
ti s put together a
thai cut Mi. sli ad l I
12 but touts -k turn � � rs let
' II take anotht r comn
ine2h 14 lead rust thro n

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i
(Ml lead that the diin
uptheentin game
In the second I I
could not put a decei i �nng
drive togetheraixl traikd i iMl
tor tlx rest of the game
In the Colonial
c onference EC I fell to 3-H aixi
(iML advanced t ; � n the
season. The Pirates travel to
Campbell n rhursda) but re
turn home to plas I (
Wilmington on Saturda)
Daniels wins LPGA Phar-Mor golf classic
LAUDERHIU Ra (AP) It's
got to take more than a sore shoul-
der to prevent Heth Dante) trom
w inning a gi 'It lc�ui :�� nl, fat
more
Ihe llKH I Pt lA PlayW the
Neat still favoring .i shoulder in
Hiriltwonxntl"isagi.birdnl three
oi thetmaleight hotesonSunda) to
hold ott Nancy Lopez and I aura
Baughand win tht$5O0,O00 I'har
Mor (lassie
Maniel finished with a 2tW, 7
under par,and.i two-stroke Ktorv
over Lopez, who was runnerup at
this event for the second straight
year at Inverrary Country Club.
"I knew I would have to pl.iv
very well coming down the stretch
to beat Nancv said Daniel, whose
rivalry with Lopez gms back to
the turning point tame w hen 1 opcz
missed that little putt at the 13
hole for her second boge) ma row
I 'aniei s net i lialletlgc ill K
to v in tin I'har Moi at oungstow n
t iuo in August I hat kvoittd put
her in lor Ihe $1 mi Hit Ml I'har k�r
bonus In addition all players arc
iligil'le tor a sikmHH1 blMIUS pool
based i combined finishes in the
twd tournaments sponsored In the
drug, store i ham
c t course f )ankl u ill go into
the August event with another ad-
vantage she's the defending
champion at Youngstowrt
But Sunday's victor) wasn t
exactly the latest in a series ot el
tortless outings for Daniel She
missed the first two tournaments
this season after stitiering a shoul-
I'ennev . lassK pairstitk.1 inIXxx'in
lx-r with I .n is ove.
Despite the miur. sin s t an
.I ,A earnings ti
' "s I, alx IVOtt III I
. i. t. -lies tli. nx � � i plavei
since Lopez von nira in
eight in
v InSundai I � '�� -on
with Danid with a bird
eighth hole hut I ope; then made
threebogeysand twobirdx"sin tlie
next live holes I lei final nxii I
a W tor a total ot 211 ; Uixler p.r
At last vear'sPluir MM ! op
lost bv a stroke when i iniratlet
sank a 40-Kot birdie on the final
hole.
Baugh closed w ith an impres
srve69 to take third place with a 212
her best finish in si ye.irs on tht
1 1-GA tour.
theircollegedaysinthe170s "Ifelt der injury while winning the IC
Men's trackteam takes ninth place at tournament
By Melanie McNeil
Staff Writer
On Friday, Feb. 8 the ECU men's
and women's track team partici-
pated in the Bamett Bank Invita-
tional in Gainesville, Florida.
While the men did not capture
first place in any of the events in
which they participated, they made
some names for themselves befoa
the end of the invitational. The
men's track team rounded up the
meet with a final team score of 18
and finished ninth out of 14 schools.
The mood for the meet was set,
however, after Brian Williams
kaped into fourth place in the 55-
mctcr hu rd tes (7.61) wi t h tea mma te
IkeRobinsonfollowingbehindand
capturing fifth place.
Despite the occurrence of false
starts of teammates Ron Bush and
Damon Desue, the team still man-
aged toobtam third place in the400-
meters when Brian Irvin finished
with a time of 47.02 seconds, mak-
ing him seventh in the NCAA Divi-
sion 1.
Irvin will also go to New York
City on Feb 23 to compete in the
Track AthleticConference National
Championship (TAG) in the 400-
meter dash.
The team also added their own
personal touch when they finished
third in the 4x400 meter relay with
anoverall time(3:10A8)thatissixth
intheCountryDiviskinl. The team
also made the list of the top 10 m the
NCAA placing fifth.
"The team displayed excel tent
performance head coach Bill
Carson said of his team.
He expects to have runners
Junior Davis, Fred Owens, Corey
Bnxks and Irvin compete in the
NCAA Championship in India
napolis, lnd The team will also
parhcipateat theCeorge Mason l.ast
Chance-(Mi Feb. 24.
The women's track team ran
awav with first place in the discus,
shot put 400- and 800-meters and
heats one and twoof the 200 meters
)anic Rowe was Ii rst on t he map
of victory, as she not only brought
hornetirst place in thediscust 1071")
but also captured first place m shot
put(40w2")aswell.
Then the women really began
displaying their skill and tech-
niques, as Da nita Roseborolcad the
way, winning first place in heat one
of200-meters. Sherry Hawkins tx4t
over for ECU as she took first place
in heat two (28.0), followed closely
by Diane Jacobs (28.3) and Danielle
Smith (285) giving ECU the top
three finishes in this event
The women's teamonce again
took the top throe spots in the 900
meters as Gretchen Harlev placet
first with a time of 2:2S 0, followed
bv Theresa Martin 5 time of 230.9
and Catherine Norstrand with
236.2.
However, the buck did not stot,
there, Harlev captured first ptao
otxre more, this time in the 400
meter relay with a time of t3.0 stx
onds, and the women also finished
second in the 3,0(X)-meters bv Mar
Ann Manni (11.16.8); third place bv
Rochelle Rodgers in the javelu
(61 10"); third place in the 150J
meters by Theresa Marmi; and
second and third place in the 160r
meter relay.
The Mtan's track team par
tidpatesin the Soahawk Invitational
chi March 9.





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SPORTS
Lady Pirates lose to A.&T.
Pirates allow 30 points off turnovers in final game at home.
By Kerry Nester
Assistant Sports Fditor
On senior night at MingcsColi-
Miim, the ECU Lady Pirates
dropped a heartbreaker in a
hardfoughtgametoNorthCarolma
fcT. Wednesday night, 72-t2
Sophomore guard Caynor
(. i IVnnell slid, "We roallv want to
w in this one for tho seniors '
As it turned out, it was espe-
cially difficult for the tour I adv IV
rate seniors to swallow, as Mr -hello
Marsh, kim Dupree. Sandra Grace
and SirahC.ray bid farewell to ECU
before standing orations.
"Girls fend to get vorv emo-
tional and sentimental on senior
night" Coach Tat Pterson said. "I
don't think we were as focused as
we should have been
A.&T wonthctipoffand scored
quickly with only five .seconds
i lapsed in the game on .1 17 foot
lumper b I ninu Hammond
I (, I then Potted off 11 straight
I vu its. including a three pointer by
( ,a nor O'Donnelland two baskets
underneath by Tonya Hargrove,
who had a game high 15 points for
the Pirates.
The Lady Aggies were forced
to call a timeout with 15:55 re-
maining in tlx' hall to slow the FCU
momentum.
After the timeout, the Aggies
then cashed in on 12 straight points
ot their own, causing the I'irates to
usconeol their timeoutsthat caused
a break in the action with 11:47
remaining
The breather got the Tiratcs
Kick into tlie game, enough to keep
thcscorcclosoforthcrostofthohalf.
Angela Ferguson hit two free
throws after a Mechelle lones
Kicking foul in the lane.
Michelle Marsh then got tK'
Pirates Kick on tho board after a
"V04 KOfing drought to bring the
score to lb-15
A.&T ran off tour quick points
on .1 Dcidca Checks basket under-
neath and .1 running laup In
1 Xa
I l.immond
K'llV I.met Kodgvrson then
1 amo in offrhe bench ,n connc. ted
on 1 of 2 $see throws after Helena
Creamer hacked her on tin" arm
Oail B��d � ECU Photo Lab
Junior forward Tonya Hargrove goes up tor one of her nine rebounds
She had 13 points in the Pirates 71 -56 win over GMU
Men's swim team takes second
By Cristine Wilson
Staff Writer
ThcECU menswimrner'scame
home with a second place victory in
the Cotonial Athletic Association
Championship last week falling
slightly behind American Univer-
sity who won their second consecu-
tive men's fctte.
The men finished with 577
points Isat weekend in Wilmington,
while the women's team placed
seventh in theCAAwith319points.
American University also claimed
the championship title in the
women's division scoring 649
points.
High scorers for the men came
from senior George Walters who
took first in theconferencein thelOO-
meter backstroke (5310) and 200-
meter backstroke (13518). Senior
Mark C Brien placed second in the
200 backstroke (155.25) and took
fourth in the 100-meter backstroke
(54.30).
Senior Ted Christensen placed
second in the 400-meter individual
medley (4:07.35) and second in the
200meter individual medley
(1:55.68). Senior Tom Holsten took
third in the 200-meter fly (153.79)
and third in the 400-meter indi-
vidual medley (4:07.95).
In the 200-meter medley relay,
Walters, freshman Lance Tate, se-
nior Danny Martinez and sopho-
more Brad Hcrndon placed second
with a timeof 136.11. Walters, Tate,
Marti nezand seniorSteve Benkusky
also placed second in the 400-mcter
medley relay (3:29.24).
Herndon took fifth tn the 50-
meter free showing a time of 21.66.
Martinez atao took fifth place in the
100-meter fly (51.96). Junior Marc
Cook finished fifth in the 200-meter
freed 43.76), while teammates jun-
ior Derek Nelson, Benkusky and
senior John Farrefl finished respec-
tively in consolations (9-12).
Tate finished fourth in the 100-
meter breastroke (59.82) just sec-
onds off Raymond Kennedy's
See Swim, Page 16
underneath the Kiskct.
The Pirates turnover problems
started to plague them as Hammond
finished a layupoff a steal with 2:04
remaining and put the Aggies out
into the lead at 30�2f.
A.&T. would never relinquish
the lead.
"We came out very flat in the
first half and just weren't into the
game mentally Piersonsaid. "We
had t(x main dropped passes
A.&T. converted 16 Pirate first-
Kilf turnovers into 22 points, and
the problems continued in the sec-
ond half with 12 more turnovers for
a total of 30 points off of ECU
turnovers.
The second Kilt started with
Staci Kyle converting two free
throws after a Connie Small foul to
make the score 36-32.
O'Donnell answered at the
other end with a 15 foot jumper to
pull tin-Pirates to wi thin two points
� 111 answeredona 14-footfUmpC
from the baseline bv Ferguson.
The play continued to be orv
competitive up until the 5:43 mark
when Creamer hit a three point at-
Ladies
defeat
Patriots
By Owen Cox
Staff Writer
The Lady Pirates once again
rallied from a first half deficit, this
time against George Mason to hit
their frerrthrows down the stretch ��
and hjkd"ona � 7V-56 rrctrtry
Monday night.
ECU hit their key free throws
as the game was winding down to
preserve the win. The Lady Pirates
shot 85 percent (23-27) from the
line.
Coach Pat Pierson said, "We
lost the first game (at Fairfax) at the
line, so it was good to see us win
from the line
ECU fell behind early, 5-0 on
two GMU basketsand a free throw.
Senior center Sandra Grace got the
Lady Pirates on the board with a 10
footer from the baseline to cut the
lead to 5-2.
After a GMU bucket, SopK�-
more guard Gay nor Q Donnell
scored four straight points to bring
the Lady � Pi rates to within 7-6. GMU
then ran Kick out to a tour point
iead, 14-10 with 13:18 remaining in
the first half.
Freshman center (anet
Rodgcrson's two free throws tied
Ihegamoat 14-14 with 10:11 to go in
the first half. The score was tied at
22-22 when GMU went on a M run
to eixl the half ahead, 31-26.
The second half was all Lxly
Pirates.
ECU started the second half
with six unanswered points to take
the lead 32-31. After a free throw
and a basket put GM U back ahead,
34-32, ECU went on an 15-4 run to
take the lead for good. Junior for-
See Basketball. Page 14
tempt to make the score 64-52 in
favor of the Aggies.
ECU was then forced to call a
timeout and resort to fouling for the
rest of the game.
A.&T. responded by hitting 21
of 31 free throws for a 68 percent
average for the game and never
really gave the Pirates a cKince to
come Kick.
"We just weren't into the
game Pta'son sud. "We realty
hurt ourselves with too many
turnovers and missed opportuni-
ties
For the game, the Pirates shot
40 percent Irom the field, 28 percent
from throe point range and 55 per-
cent from tlx free throw line.
While A.&T. shot very well for
tlx- game w ith 50 percent from the
field, 50 percent from three point
range,and they hit tK"ir freethrows
when it really counted.
I he rest ot the season, loading
up to the tournament at lames
Madison University, won't got any
easier as tlu' Pirates plav tho re-
maining five games on the road.
Dail B�d � ECU Pholo Lab
Sarah Gray looks to make a pass m Wednesday night s game against
A &T This was the last home game for all graduating seniors
GMU rolls over Pirates 78-58
By Matt Mumma
Sports Fditor
"llu'ECL basketKill teamgot
off to such a slow start Monday
night against George Mason
University tKit they never even
threatened to take the lead in a
game tKit they lost 7H-58.
Rom thoK"ginning it looked
astlxuighthcPiratesdK.1 not want
to play basketball After playing
fivcft�iii'uitetlsMU s
Copdand logged 32 minutes
in tK" game and managed to cet .1
team high 14 points ,A eight rc-
KHinds while Lyons had 11 points
and tour rebounds.
Sophomore guard Steve
Richardson plaved eight minutes
jndonlvmanagodtogot two points
As a result Pirate three-point at-
tempts fell off dramatically.
ECU attempted 10 three -point
sKitsand made only two. Earlier in
� thnm�onTllilllllson
game starting in pkn it livsh
man forward Ke in Armstrong
who has Kvn playing vi Tj tfe
last tew weeks, lokmen grabbed
eight rebounds w�. prm ided .1
apod defensive effort.
At l2:Uin thetirst h.tit tho
IJirates put together a 6-0 run
th.it cut GMU s lead to five, 17-
12 But fouls aixl turnovers let
GMU take another command-
ine 26-14 lead 111st three1 minutes
Kriti � -� -v � - �-
slowing down.
GMU scored 43 points in the
first half alone with help from
junior forward Byron Tucker
wK had 25 points and 13 re-
bounds in the game and Mike
Hargett who amassed 16 points.
The usual leaders tor ECU,
sophomore center IkeCopeland
and freshman guard Lester
Lyons,each stepped forward and
proved themselves to be the
leaders of the team.
F5
game wi
just eight minutes
The three-point responsibility
fell to )unior guard )etf PerKh but
those shots came in the second half
in a desperate try to get Kick in the
game.
ECU also had a rough time at
the free throw line sKx)ting a mere
500 percent (8-16) while GMU
flourished sKxitmg 708 percent
ECU'S sophomore forward
Antti Jokinen Kid ag impressive
GMU lead tKit thevdid m t give
up tK entire game
In the second halt ECl
could not put a decent scoring
drive togetKt aixl trailedGML
for the rest ot the game.
In the Colonial Athletic
Conference ECU fell to 3-8and
GMU advanced to 7-5 on the
season. The Pirates travel to
Campbefl on Thursday but re-
turn home to play UNC-
Wilmington on Satusda)
Daniels wins LPGA Phar-Mor golf classic
LAUDERHILL.Ha.(AP) �It's
got to take more than a sore shoul-
der to prevent Beth Daniel from
winning .1 golt fotirrtament, fr
more
llx- rfW I PC A Player ot tK-
Year, still favoring a slxnilder in-
jured two monthsago. birdicd thav
of the final eight holes on Sunday to
hold off Nancy Lopez aixl Laura
Baugh aixl win the $500,000 Phar-
Mor Classic.
Daniel finished with a 2tW, 7-
undcr par, aixl a two-stroke victt ry
over Lopez, wKi was runnerup at
this event for the second straight
year at Invcrrary Country Club.
"I knew I would have to play
very well coming down the stretch
to beat Nancy said Daniel, whose
rivalry with Lopez goes back to
thcircollegcdaysin the 1970s. "I felt
the turning point came when Lopez
missed that little putt at the 13th
hole" for her second bogey ma row.
IXuuei - next challenge will he
towintK Thar -Moral oungstown.
Ohio, in August. That would put
lx-r in tor the SI million Pttar-Mor
Kmus In addition, all players are
eligible for a $SHj8B0 K�nus pool
Kised on combined faushes m tlv
two tournanxnts sponsored bv tK-
drug store chain.
Ot course, Daniel will go into
tK- August event with aixlKr ad-
vantage � she's the defending
champion at Youngstown.
But Suixlay's victory wasn't
exactly the latest in a series of ef-
fortless outings for Daniel. She
missed the first two tournaments
this season after suffering a shoul-
der injury while winning the C
PenneyClassic pairs title in I Vxem
Kt with Davis Love.
Despite the injury, she set an
lit eanw�jc record in lvrt i ith
�MtvJ�78 She a4�� nntched svvr�i
u tones. tK- most b) am player
siiRe Lopez won nine in llv and
eight in I'lA
OnSunday opezpuRedwen
uilh Daniel with a birdie at tlx-
eighth Kle But Lopez then made
threeKgeysatxf two Nrdiesou tlx-
ix't tieKles Her tinal round vas
a -y tor a total ot 211, Sunder par
At last year's Phar-Mor, Lopez
'ost bv a stroke when lane C rafter
sank a 40-rixH birdie on the tinal
Kle.
Baugh closed with m impres
sive69 to take third pLxe with a 212
her best finish m six years on tK
LPGA tour.
Men's trackteam takes ninth place at tournament
By Melanie McNeil
Staff Writer
On Friday, Feb.8 the ECU men's
and women's track team partici-
pated in the Bamett Bank Invita-
tional in Gainesville, Florida.
While the men did not capture
first place in any of the events in
which they participated, they made
some names for themselves before
the end ot the invitational. The
men's track team rounded up the
meet with a final team score of 18
and finished ninthoutof 14 schools.
The mood for the meet was set,
however, after Brian Williams
leaped into fourth place in the 55-
mcterhurdles(7.61) with teammate
Ike Robinson following behind and
capturing fifth place.
Despite the occurrence of false
starts of teammates Ron Buah and
Damon Desuc, the team still man-
aged toobtain third place in the400-
meters when Brian Irvin finished
with a time of 47.02 seconds, mak-
ing him seventh in the NCAA Divi-
sion 1.
Irvin will also go to New York
City on Feb. 23 to compete in the
Track AthJeticConference National
Championship (TAC) in the 400-
meter dash.
The team also added their own
personal touch when they finished
third in the 4x400 meter relay with
anoverafl bme(3:10j68)that issixth
in theCountry Division t The team
also made the list of the toplOin the
NCAA placing fifth.
The team displayed excellent
performance head coach Bill
Canon said of his team.
He expects to have runners
Junior Davis, Fmd Owens. Corey
Brooks and Irvin compete in the
NCAA Championship in India-
napolis, lnd. The team will also
partjcipateat theGeorgeMason Last
Chance on Feb. 24.
The women's track team ran
away with first place in the discus,
shot put 400- and 800-metors and
heatsone and two of the 200 meters.
JanieRowe was first on the map
of victory, as she not only brought
homef�riaceinmediscus(107r)
but also captured first place in shot
put (407") as well.
Then the women really began
displaying their skill and tech-
niques.asDanitaRoseborolead the
way, winning first place in heat one
of 200-mcters. Sherry Hawkins took
over for ECU as she took first place
m heat two (284)), followed dosefy
byDuawacc2Randdarmf
Smith (285) giving ECU the top
three finishes in this event.
The women's team once again
took the top three spots in the 800-
meters as Gretchen Harky placec!
first with a time of 2:28.0, followed
by Theresa Martin s time of 2:30.
and Catherine Norstrand with
2362.
However, the buck did not stop
there, Harley captured first piao
once more, this time in the 400
meter relay with a time of 63.0 sec
onds, and the women also finished,
second in the 3,000-meters by Man
Arm Marini (11:16.8); third place bv
Rocheile Rodgcrs in the javelin
rn'MTf. tNrd place in the 150
meters by Tberesa Marini; and
second and third place in the 1600
meter relay.
The women's track team par-
tmutestothcScuhawk Invitational
on March 9.





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had a game high 15 points for undenxith the basket
th I'irates I he Pirates turnover problems
I he I .i,i ggies were forced startedtoplaejiethemasl lanimond
to call i timeout with 15:5? re finished alayupoff a steal with 2:04
maining in tin hall t. slow the F I remaining and put the Aggies out
momentum into the lead at xl-29
Vfter the timeout tin ggies A.&1 wouki never relinquish
then i i. J in on 12 straight points the lead
of their own causing the Pirates to We came out very flat in the
ii-m om of then timeouts that caused firsl half and just wen n t into the
a break in th action with 11:47 ganx'mentally Pk.Tson s.id We
it maining had too mam dropped passes
"he breather got the Pirates Al converted 16 Pirate firsl
back into the gan enough to keep half turnovers into 22 points, and
th core dose for the i tot the hall the problems awtinued in the set
la l"i i i. . n hit two tree
vs it'tei i Me helle (ones
l ing ton! in th. Ian �
Michelle Mai h then got the
I'irates back on th hoard alter a
ond hall with 12 more turnovers tor
a total of VI points off of E I
turnovers
! he second halt started w ith
Staci K le converting two tree
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make the s. ore n "0
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baskel mxlei other end with a I"1 toot rumper to
i � in ; i ' tin ! 'it.it' Mi n ithm tw i p 'ints
I answ ercdona I J too! in: i � �
� � � � � from thi Ki lim b I ergiiN ���.
�� . �, i ' ' � pi,iv continued to h � � i �
" thi .vsattei Helena competitive up until the 5:43 mark
hat ked her on l when Creamer hit a three point at
tempt to make the sctitv �4 52 in
favoi ot the "Vggies
I i I was then toned tt i all a
timeout and resort to fouling tor the
rest ot the gann
A respondedb hittmg21
ot 1 frtv throws for a 68 percent
average toi tlu game and never
reallv gav the Pirates a chance to
t onu bat k
U( Hist weren t into the
game Pierson nikI We realh
hurt ourselves with too main
turnovers and missed opportuni-
ties
I or thi game the I 'irates sh if
;� I pen enl from tlv fu Id, 28 pen ent
from three point range and 55 per
cent from trie tree throw line
While ' I -hot ven well for
the ganx' with 5tl percent tnmi the
Held 511 pen enl from threi pnnt
r ingi ai � hit theirtm "
w hen it n all � ounted
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By Owen (o
Matt WriU-r
'he i w Pirates (nce again
rallied from a first hall di ficil tin-
tmu' against (ieorgc Mason to hit
their rn't1 throws down the strekh
and bjld on to a 7-56 viftirv
Mond.u night
E I hit their kc free throws
a- the game w as winding dow n ti -
preserve the win I he I .uh Pirates
shot s" percent (23-27) fmm the
line
Coach Pal Pierson s,ud. We
lost thetirst game (at Fairfax)al the
line, so it was g(Hd to see us win
trom the line
E I tell behind early, 5 0 on
two .Ml basketsanda frecthrow
Senior center Sandra.race got the
Ladv ! 'irates on the board with a 10
tooti r from the baseline to cut the
lead to 5-2.
After a (.Ml bucket, Sopho
more guard Gaynor C Donnell
scored four straight points to bring
ihel .i l irafi �' Ill n " '� � MI
tlv n ran ba k ut to a tour jv� i111
iead 14-Hl ith 13 ! remaining in
the first ha I
GMU rolls over Pirates 78-ti
By Malt Mum ma
spurls I ditt.r
llu'l-i I tiasketKillt anigot
ott to sin h a sk -a -tart Mtiuia
night again it orge M i-on
,ersit that th even
threat ixxl to take the kad in a
ganx that tiio lost "s �
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as though the Piratesdxl not want
ti p b.iM thill ttt-r pla ing
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titst halt alone with help fmm
limit r forward B n-n I u. kei
who had 25 points 13 re
bounds in the game and Vtike
I largett w ht amassed 16 points
I he usual loaders tor K I .
Mtpluimorecenter Ike(i'peland
and freshman guard I esti i
I ycns,eachstoppixlforwardarKl
proved themselves to be th
leaders of the team
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DdtlRaed ECUPholoLab
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i GMU
Men's swim team takes second
Bvristine Wilson
Sl.ift Wrilt-r
rheE I menswimnx-r sian.
vilha second place victory in
Mt. oiomal Athlotu Association
1 hampionship last week falling
shhtlv behind Ameru.ui I niver
sit v ho won their second onset u
I � men s title
I he rnta finished with
p mts isat weekend in Vilmmgton
a liii. the women's team placed
S4 .enthuithe( A A with M9pointS
American University also claimed
tin ch i ptonship litle i" lh
women s division scoring n4
points
I hgh scorers for the men came
from senior George Walters who
took first in theionferenceinthelOO-
meter backstroke (53 10) and 2(XV
in. tor backstroke (155 18). Senior
Mark I Brien placed Second m the
m backstroke (155J5I wnA t(Hk
fourth in the I(Xf-mcter backstroke
(54 ))
Sen �r Ted Chnstonsen placed
second m the400 meter individual
medlei (4:07.35) and second in the
200ni t.r individual medle)
.h.si N'nior 1 om I lolsten tink
third m the 200-meter tlv (153.79)
and thud in the 400 meter indi-
vidual medley (4:07.95).
In the 200-meter medle) relay
Walters, freshman lance late, se-
nior Danny Martinez and sopho-
more Brad ! lerndon placed scvond
withatimeot l:V� 11 Walters, late.
Marti nez and seniorSteveBenkusk)
also placed second in the 4(i0-meter
medle relay (329.24).
I lerndon Uxik fifth in the 50-
metei trin- showing a lime ol 21h�s
Martinez also took titth place in the
100-meter fly (51.) junior Marc
( iKk finished fifth in the 200-meter
freed 4 76),wluk1 teammiteipm
lor Derek Nelson, Benkusky anA
s-ni(ir lhn farrell finished respiv
tivelv in consolations (l 12).
fatetinislwl fourth in the 100-
metei hreastn�ke (592) just sec-
onds oil Raymond Kennedy's
See Swim Page 16
Kodgerson s two free throws In d
the game al II 14 with 10 11 logo in
the first halt I lie score was tied at
22 !2whenCMl went on a 1 tmn
to end the hall ahead 'I -1"
The second halt was all lad
I 'irates
ECl startil the second halt
with six unanswered points to take
the lead $2-31. Alter a fixe throw
and a Basket put (.Ml Kick ahead.
4-2, FCl went on an 1-4 run to
take the lead for g(xd. Junior tor-
See Basketball Page 14
I -l I'IKMII I Ha (AP) It -
got to take more than a sore shoul
der to prevent Beth Daniel trom
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lan.t juredtvvonxinthsagii wrdul thn.
ot the final eight hoteson Suni1a to
hold off an. I opez and I aura
Baugh and win the$500,000 I'hai
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Camel finishe�.1 with a rH-
under pat .and a two-stroke u tot
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this evenl tor the second straight
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But Sundai s vicl � n t
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"I knew I would have to plav evactlv the latest in a serws ol i
very wdl coming down the stretch fortless outings for Daniel She
to beat Nancy said Daniel, whose missed the first two tournaments
rivalry with Lopez goes back to this season after suftcring a shoul
theircollegedavs in the 1970s Itelt der niur while winning the K
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I PCAtour.
Men's trackteam takes ninth place at tournament
By Melanie McNeil
Staff Writer
On Friday, Feb. 8 the ECL) men's
and women's track team partici-
pated in the Barnett Bank Invita-
tional in Gainesville, Florida.
While the men did not capture
first place in any of the events in
which they participated, they made
some names for themselves before
the end of the invitational. The
men's track team rounded up the
meet with a final team score of 18
and finished ninthoutof 14 schools
The mood for the meet was set,
however, after Brian Williams
leaped into fourth place m the 5-
nxterhurdles(7.rl) with teammate
Ike Robinson following behind and
capturing filth place.
Despite the occurrence of false
starts of teammates Ron Bush and
Damon Desue, the team still man
aged toobtam third piacein thc400-
metcrs when Brian Irvin finished
with a time ot 47.02 seconds, mak-
ing him seventh in the NCAA Divi-
sion 1
Irvin will also go to New York
City on Fob 23 to compete in the
Track Athletic Conference National
C hampionship (TAC) m the 400
meter dash.
The team also added their ow n
personal touch when thev finished
third in the 4x4(X) meter relay with
an overall time(3:10.68) that issixth
m thcCountrv Division 1 The team
also made the list of the top 10 in the
NCAA placing fifth
"The team displayed excellent
performance head coach Bill
Carson said ot his team.
He expects to have runners
junior Davis, Fred Owens, Corey
Brooks ,n. Irxin compete in the
rK AA Championship in India
napolis. hid The team will also
participatcatthe( leorgeMasonl ast
Chance on 1 eh ?4
The women's track team ran
away with first place in the discus,
shot put 4(H)- and 800 meters Kwd
heatsoneandtwoofthc200metcrs
lame Rowe was first on the map
of victory, as she not onh brought
hotnetirstplaceinthcdiseust 1071 ')
hut also captured first place in shot
put (402") as weB
Then the women really began
displaying their skill and tech-
niques, as Dam ta Rosehoroload the
way, winning first pl.icc in heat oix
ot 2(Xkmoters Sherry Hawkins took
over tor FC I as she t(Hk hrst place
in heat two (2S 0). lollowed closely
by Diane Jacobs (28 3) and Damelk'
Smith (285) giving FCL! the top
three finishes in this evenl
The women's team om i again
took the top three spots in th - �
meters as Gretchen Marie, place
tirst with a time ot 28 11 f( llowevl
h Theresa Martin s tin ot 2 t'1
and Catherine Norstrand with
2362.
However, the buck did not slot
there Marlev captured first plao
once more this time in the 400
meter rela with a hmeol 63.0sei
nnds anvl the wornenaiso finished
second m thi ),000-meters bj Mar
Ann MaruiK 1 ls�, third pl.ueh
Rix'helle RtKlgers in the avelii
(rd'10); third place in the 1501
meters hv Theresa Marini, and
second third place in the IfOl
meter relay
The women's tr.wk team pat
ticipatesintheSeahaw k liu italiona.
on March





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USA Today Briefs
Kansas stays No.l in Big Eight
No. 14 Kansas recovered from a poor first half for a key
college basketball victory Tuesday night, holding off Missouri 74-
70 to remain in the Big Eight Conference lead. !nothcrgames:No.
7 Syracuse remained in first place in the Big East with a 101-83
victory against Providence; No. 23 Texas edged Rice 65-64. In a
women's game. No. 8 North Carolina State 90, North Carolina 70.
Phoenix ends Lakers win streak
The Phoenix Suns ended the L.A. Lakers' 16 game winning
streak, with a 99-95 win Tuesday. In other games: Charlotte 100,
Dallas 92; New York 114, Indiana 110; Cleveland 94, Miami 78;
Orlando 129, Denver T22;Chicago 122, Atlanta 113; San Antonio
102, Washington l2; Utah 113, Houston 92; Boston 114, Seattle
111;Golden State 126, Minnesota 105; Portland 121, Philadelphia
106; Sacramento 103. LA Clippers 101.
Sampras defends title at U.S. Open
Defending champion Pete Sampras began defense of his title
Tuesday with a 6-2, 7-5 victory against Czechoslovakia's Milan
Srejber in the second round oi the U.S. Pro Indoor tennis tour-
nament at Philadelphia In earlier matches, qualifier Wayne
Ferreira beat No. 8 Tim Mayotte 6-4, 6-2, and qualifier Chuck
Adams upset o 10 Derrick Rostagno 7-5, 6-3.
Edberg wins at Brussels tournament
Stefan Edberg of Sweden look a first step toward regaining
the world No. 1 ranking rucsday, heating compatriot Magnus
lustafsson 6-0, n 4 in the firs! round of the Brussels (Belgium)
indoor tournament Edberg lost the world No 1 spot to Boris
Becker last month. Also, the USA's Amy Frazier beat Soviet Leila
Meskhi h-2,6-7(5-7. h-4 in the first round of the Virginia Slims of
( hicago.
Bonds, Bonilla want more money
BasebaH'scash scramble hits full stride this week. No club has
more to lose at the arbitration table than the NL Fast champion
Pirates. National League Most Valuable Player Barry Bonds, NL
( Young Award winner Pong Drabck and 120-RBI slugger
Bobby Bonilla will slate their cases It each wins, the Pittsburgh
p.iv roll u ill jump $6 s
million
Gruber signs $11 million contract
rucsday, Toronto third baseman Kellv Gruber (scheduled
'or an arbitration hearing Thursday) signed a three-year. $11
million deal with the Blue Jays. Also, the Baltimore Orioles
avoided a Thursday hearing with first baseman Glenn Davis
when he signed a $3,275 million contract for 1991. (From the USA
rODAY Sports section.)
Volleyball director, McPeak, resigns
Cliff McPeak, the U.S. Volleyball Association's embattled
oevu;Fvediru-forlias resigned, L'SVBAPresflefitKTltfafrdsala
luesday The U$VBA has been negotiating a settlement with
Mi Peak, who tell into disfavor with the board last year as the
once-powerful men's national team Olympic champions in 1984
and 1988 - fell apart, placing 13that the world championships in
October.
Bookies win millionson Super Bowl
Nevada's sports books won about $3.5 million of the $40
million bet legally on this year's Super Bowl, according to figures
released Tuesday. The 8.8 percent intake was higher than usual
tor bookmakers, who generally win about 3.3 percent of all
money bet. For the first time, the state Gaming Control Board
released figures on money wagered on tfte game.
William &Mary drops four sports
The College of William & Mary announced Tucsdav that, for
financial reasons, it is dropping four sports, including women's
basketball, in a move described by Ellen Vargyas, an attorney for
the National Women's Law Center, as a "blatant violation of Title
IX" the federal law barring sex desenmination in education. Also
cut: wrestling and men's and women's swimming.
Islanders win on LaFontaine's goal
Derek Kings second goal of the game at 8:03 of the third
period broke a tie and Pat LaFontame added his 31st to give the
Now York Islanders a 5-4 victory against the Minnesota North
Stars In other NHL games: Detroit 6, Winnipeg 1; Buffalo 4,
Quebec 4, tie; St. Louis 4, Edmonton 2; Calgary at Los Angeles.
C.jpyrijkf 1991, USA TODAVAppl, College Information ttwork
ECU Briefs
Two basketball players suspended
for remainder of regular season
Steve Richardson, a sophomore guard from Terre Haute,
Ind , and Joe Bnghtwell,a junior centerforward from the Bronx,
NY. have been suspended for the remainder of the season for
violations of team rules, announced Pirate basketball coach Mike
Steele Tuesday.
Richardson had been suspended previously from Jan. 15-28
fo.r disciplinary reasons. During that span, he missed three
games. He was averaging 13.5 points, 2.2 rebounds and one
assist in 19 games this season. Since coming back from the first
suspension, he has scored just lhpointsinsixgamesand shooting
just 15 percent from the field.
Brightwell, a transfer from Springfield (Mass.) Technical
Community college, saw action in 11 games, starting two. He
averaged 2.1 points and 1.5 rebounds per game.
Richardson owns virtually every three-point field goal record
atEastCarolina. This season, he is second in the Colonial Athletic
Association in three-point field goal percentage, hitting 44.3
percent of his attenpts.
The Pirates travel to Fayetteville, N.C. Thursday night for a
C A A contest against William & Mary. They return home Satur-
day Feb. 23 to play UNC-Wilmington at 7 p.m.
rtoffi Sport9 'nfoffntttioff i
Teams
Continued from page 19
ward Tonya Hargrove had seven
points andake had tour during
this stretch
lunior guard Mechelle (ones'
trey put ECl up521 with 7:24m
play. K I playing an agressive
zone defense did not allow C.MU
to get close tor the rest ot the game.
C.MU, looking tor possessions.
started ton ling the Lady Pirates.
ECU hit 14 ot 16 from the line dur-
ing the last 5:44 to seal the victory,
with lones' two free throws putting
an end to the scoring at 71-56.
Coach Pierson wasalso pleased
with their halt' court trap. She said.
"I think the half court tr.ip got us
back in to it"
Hargrove had I points, Grace
had 12 and lones had I I oft the
bench to lead a balanced scoring
a ttack.every oneon the team scored.
Senior forward Sirah Gray had a
team high 10 rebounds and
Hargrove had nine
With the win, ECU moves to
10-10 overall and 4-5 in the CAA
with three conference games left to
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Women s vs George Mason Basl
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Roger Smith, Brett Schechter, C hris Gulley, Sec
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Basketball Jamboree
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Christenbury Gymnasium januarv 23rd and
The Situation Tournament was designed by Re
scorertimers, and teams to get ready tor tht i
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the inbound ball Kurt SeekforJ ot the Z-Team
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humble situation On the other side ot the ball, C
gratulations for hustling and displav ingg od spc
The "Z-Team wrapped up the tournament witj
24th. We will be looking forward to the m xt year!
Al Lee running the dock
Basketball Officials and "Strictly d
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men's and 22 women's teams from all across ort
Tennessee. The Schick program is held in 13 regicj
championships being played during the halt-timeI
1 in round-robin plav and then stunned a powerfi
Wofford before bowing to Guiltord 42-4(1 in the qi
included Darrell Griffin, Will McKeithan, Al Sut
Officials who worked the tournament include
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selected to work the men's final on Thursdav. Apr
vs. Charlotte Hornets game. Congratulations to
rest of the ECU officials!
OPENING NIGHT!
Januarv 28 marked the grand opening of intrar
Phi's tipped off at 700pm in Christenbury C.vmnaj
Probably the most memorable was made by AlphJ
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official Nathan Allen "Aww-w-w come on Nathal
The game was a controlled one, alternating bet j
The final outcome was 23-21; Alpha Thi being the J
was pleased with the first game oi the season and
Tharrington, Boggs, Kim Manning, Johnna Fuss
The first men's game of the season was played
The MBelk Bad Boys played a great game with no
worked as a team making good use of passes and
hard up to the very end. The "Belk Bad Boys" (Bi
Mark Dunlevy, Thomas Kirkman, Sean Howe,
Paul Eilere Jr.) took the winning score of 50-22.
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Phi Kappa Tau coming out the victors (13-3).
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2. A Taste of Chocolate
3. Defending National Champions
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1. Mass Confusion1. Sig Ep A
2. Z'sTeam2. Tau Kappa Epsilon
3. Just Houzin' Gold3. Phi Tau A
4. LA Bad Boys
5. Blazing the TrailFraternity Purple
1 Lambda Chi B
Sorority2. Sig Ep B
1. Alpha Delta Pi3. Pi Kappa Alpha B
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Three Point Shootout The Finals
The Three Point Shootout finals were held February 11 during the halftime ot the ECU
Women's va George Mason Basketball game. This fast-paced event gave each "shooter" one
minute and fifteen seconds to make twenty-five attempts The top ten semi-finalists included:
Roger Smith, Brett Schechter, Chris Gulley, Scott Watson, Ronnie Chapman, Norman Boone,
Seal Russel, Coley Price, Gene Smith and Rick Rutler.
The event was filled with good-natured ribbing and cheers for everyone, but there can only
be four finalists The lucky finalists are: Roger Smith, Brett Schecter, Chris Gulley and Scott
Watson. 'o doubt nervous with the spotlight of halftime entertainment on their shoulders,
each contestant shot low point totals. With a total of ten points, Roger Smith and Chris Gulley
had to Shoot an additional 5 basket to break the tie for the lead. Once again, both men tied and
headed into the sudden death round with a Opportunity to store 7 points. Gulley got the hot
hand and scored 6 points to take the 1�W1 championship. Though scoring was low, the action
was face paced as women's basketball onlookers cheered throughout the competition
by Vail Rumley
Basketball Jamboree
If there were ever a way to start a semester off right, the Department of Recreational Services
has found it with the First Annual Basketball Jamboree and Situation Tournament, held in
( hnstenbury Gymnasium January 23rd and 24th.
The Situation Tournament was designed by Recreational Services as a great way for officials,
vorcrtimers, and teams to get ready for the regular season. The teams plaving were, in each
situation, given a certain amount of time on the clock, different scores, and a certain location to
the inbound ball. Kurt Seekford of the "Z-TeanY had this to say about the tournament: "Re-
ally, it (the Situation Tournament) proves who the smarter team is, not the better
The games commenced after a short briefing by Intramural Sports staff with the "Rejects"
and Proud Americans" ready to battle it out on court one and "Out of Shape" and the Belk
Bad Boys" on court two. One highlight of the game between the "Rejects" and the "Proud
Americans" came when Student Government President Allen Thomas sprawled in a face down
position while attempting to dribble down court He is O.K and up and running his political
machine.
The Proud Americans" won their bracket of the Situation Tournament, which gave them the
nght to face the "Z-Team who won the other bracket on Wednesday, arv fry 23. Pete Zophy
if the Z-Tcam" took control of the game and in no time, had the "Proud Aim ncans" in a
humble situation. On the other side of the ball, Craig Beal and Shannon Evans deserve con-
gratulations for hustling and displaying gxx1 sportsmanship on the court.
The Z-Team" wrapped up the tournament with a solid victory on Thursday night, January
?4th. We will be looking forward to the next year's tournament, which hopefully will not have
Al Lee running the clock.
Basketball Officials and "Strictly Business" Team
Participate in Regional Championships
On lanuary 25th a contingent of East Carolina intramural basketball officials along with 3-
on-3 Basketball champions, "Strictly Business" journeyed to Furman University in Greenville,
Nuth Carolina for the Atlantic Coast Regional Tournament. The event brought together 36
men's and 22 women's teams from all across North Carolina, South Carolina and parts of
Tennessee. The Schick program is held in 13 regions nationwide and culminates with the
. harnpionships being played during the half-time of an NBA game. "Strictly Business" went 2-
1 in round-robin play and then stunned a powerful Winthrop team 59-44. ECU then defeated
Wofford before bowing to Guilford 42-40 in the quarter finals. Members of the ECU team
included Darrell Griffin, Will McKeithan, Al Sutton and Dean Alley.
Officials who worked the tournament included Craig Nestor, Glenn "MISTER" Mack,
Willie George, Kris Waters, Chuck Knowles, and Paulette Evans. Mack and Knowles were
selected to work the men's final on Thursday, April 4th at the half-time of the Atlanta Hawks
vs. Charlotte Hornets game. Congratulations to "Strictly Business Chuck and Glenn and the
rest of the ECU officials!
OPENING NIGHT!
by Kathenne A. McManus
lanuary 28 marked the grand opening of intramural basketball 1991. The AZD's and Alpha
Phi's tipped off at 7:00pm in Christenbury Gymnasium. Good plays were made by both teams.
Probably the most memorable was made by Alpha Phi, Leigh Boggs, when she made a goal
from half court. Too bad it was after the buzzer, according to outstanding Recreational Services
official Nathan Allen. "A ww-w-w come on Nathan, couldn't you just give it to her?"
The game was a controlled one, alternating between zone defense and "woman-on-woman
The final outcome was 23-21; Alpha Phi being the victors. Alpha Phi Captain Emily Millonzi
was pleased with the first game of the season and thought that her team, consisting of Julie
Tharrington, Boggs, Kim Manning, Johnna Fussell and Laura Siva played a great game.
The first men's game of the season was played between the "Belk Bad Boys" and the "Devils
The "Belk Bad Boys" played a great game with no single player monopolizing the ball. They
worked as a team making good use of passes and assists. The "Devils" hung in and played
hard up to the very end. The "Belk Bad Boys" (Bill Bagwell, Ron Barnhardt, Jeff Wilhelm,
Mark Dunlevy, Thomas Kirkman, Sean Howe, Matt Polanis, Nathan Allen, Brian Kerns and
Paul Eilera Jr.) took the winning score of 50-22.
Innertube Water Polo by ka McManus
Phi Kappa Tau and Pi Kappa Phi met in the water on February 4 to start off the first inner-
tube water polo match of the 1991 season. Both teams played a rough and rugged game, with
Phi Kappa Tau coming out the victors (13-3).
Everyone paddled hard, passed often and threw long shots but it seemed the guys of Phi
Kappa Tau could not miss. Shouting directions and encouragements, team members from both
sides meshed well together, everyone gave the game their best effort! The Phi Kappa Tau team
included: Mike O'Hoppe, Mark Bridgers, Jerry Garner, Mike Battagling and John Parker.
Great game fellas!
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Fitness Facilities
Hours of Operation
Christenbury Gym Weight Room
MonFri7:00am-8:00am
MonThurs10:00am-9:00pm
Friday10:00am-6:00pm
Saturday12:00am-5:00pm
Sundayl:00pm-5:00pm
Christenbury Gym Swimming Pool
MonFri7:00am-8:00am
MonFri11:30am-l :30pm
Tues. & Thurs3:00pm-6:30pm
Mon.& Wed3:00pm-7:00pm
Friday3:00pm-6:00pm
Saturday12:00-5:00pm
Sundayl:00pm-5:00pm
Christenbury Gymnasium
Mon.Wed.Fril2 noon-l:30pm
Mon.Tues4:00pm-6:00pm
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Saturday12:0O-5:O0pm
Sunday1:00pm-5:00pm
Basketball Slam Dunk Competition
Registration February 19, 5 00pm, Bio 103
Kayaking I Workshop
February 21.7:30pm, CG Pool
Windsurfng I Workshop
February 28, 7:30pm, CG Pool
All Terrain Biking Workshop
March 6, 5:00pm, CG117
Softball Registration
March 19, 5:00pm, Bio 103
Rugby host State Tournament
Be sure to wear your rugby colors and support the
FCU Rugby team as they take on local and regional
ruggers and vie for yet another State Championship!
ECUs' champions will play only three more home
games this spring beginning March 2. This season, the
squad will host the State Tournament April 13-14 on
the campus of ECU and round out their home sched-
ule with a contest at 2.00pm April 20.
The ruggers play both a fall and spring schedule and
are looking for interested individuals to join the
squad. For details call Mark Grant at 758-6644 or Blair
Byrd at 758-5893.
Weight Center Appointments
Ixarn to en joy the weight centers at Garrctt Hall (Pipeline
Pumphouse), Christenbury Gym and Minges Coliseum
with onc-on-one instruction by qualified weight room
personnel on the following days and times:
Christenbury Gym Pipeline Pumphouse
Mon-Fn7-8am Mon-Thurs l-8pr�
Mon-Thursl0-9pm Fh & Sat1 pm
Fri10-6pm
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f2" Mon&Wed2-8Pm
SunKSPm Tu&Th2-8pm
Healthful Living?Solutions
Spring 1991
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STATE OF FITNESS AWARENESS
Begin the tourney to a healthier you with a FITNESS ASSESSMENT Assessment com-
ponents include cardiovascular enduranceergo meter, flexibility sit-n-reach, body com-
positionskinfolds, muscular endurancepush-ups and sit-ups, muscular strength
hand grip, and blood pressure along with health risk, appraisal and lifestyle improve-
ment goal-setting Stop by 107A Christenbury Gymnasium. Monday-Wednesday be-
tween 3 00-5 00pm to sign-up or call 757-638? Fitness Assessments arc $10 00Students
and SI 5Faculty-Staff with testing being done by the FCU Human Performance Lab on
Mon . Tues , Thurs . & Fn from 3:00-5 00pm
WELLNESS DYNAMICS
All presentations are held in GCMOM and are FRIT Of CHARGE
� Watch Your Waist with Good Taste
February 14 from 5 00-6 00pm
Presenter Jo Bartlett - Family Practice Center
� Positively Stressed
February 28 from 12.00-1:00pm
Presenter Dr Will Ball - ECU Counseling Center
Programs aix!
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Friday, March 22
10-00am-1:3()pm
Mcndcnhall Student Center
Health Screenings - Cho-
lesterol, Glaucoma, Blood
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Educational Exhibits, fit-
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prizes and refreshments
� Close Encounters on Campus: I lealthy Relationships and Sexuality
March 5 from 5:00-6:00pm
Presenter: Suzanne Kellerman & Shelly Creen - Student Health Services
� Grab the Gusto Before it Grabs YOU
March 21 from 5:0O-6:00pm
Presenter: Kimberly Scott - PORT
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April 10 from 5:0O-6:00pm
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Senior Meredith Bridgersonce
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Bridgets also placed seventh m the
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took fourth in the 500-meter tree
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stroke(l:02.18). Parduealso placed
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The East Carolinian, February 14, 1991
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East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
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