The East Carolinian, February 26, 1991






W$z iEaHt (Ear0ltman
oerving the East Carolina campus community since 1925
Vol.64 No.78
Tuesday, February 26, 1991
Greenville, North Carolina
Circulation 12,000
12 Pages
Dean's office accidentally releases GPA
By Michael Albuquerque
Managing Editor
1 he Student C kvemmer�t Ad-
ministration president ,nd the I Van
of Students said a University em
ployee released information which
led to Randy Royal's dismissal as
treasurer
St !A President Allen Thomas
said I egislator I eslie Nicholson
called Dean ot Students Ronald
Speier s office to obtain Royal's
grade point avcrageafter hearing a
rumor that his c IP A was below the
Si A requirement of 2 0
She took it upon herself to
look into the situation Thomas
said "She called up Dean Speier s
office, said she was representing
student government and wanted
Ranch s grades, which is a viola
. . . . . .
ntirmed that this r
hange !ik place between
N� hoi son . his sei rctan
It is true that conta t was made
w ith this office by someone identi
tying themselves as a student gov-
ernment legislator, he slid And
this office verified the information
that was requested
According to rhomas, a secre-
tary mistakenly gave the informa-
tion to Nicholson while Speier was
not in his offii e
i guess the secretary gave
OUI that information so she was
Ronald Speier
also at fault Thomas said. "She's
been reprimanded, and that's been
taken care of
"(She) verified that he did not
have a 2.0; it was accidentally given
out by the secretary, who was not
aw arc ithe preiccdure
i i ordtngtoSpeicr, Nm holson
dki nothing wrong Someone in his
iitiice unawareof theStudenlRight
to Privacy -V t. gave out the infor
mation that she requested
The person was reprimanded,
and that policy has been reviewed
SO that it won't happen again
Speier said.
Nicholson men wrotea letter to
both A Attorney General Maria
iVnoia. Speier and Royal stating
that she wanted him investigated
because he didn't have a2.0 1PA
I found out from the secretan
ECU Students for
Peace hold rally
By I .iToya Han kins
Stall Writer
We w ant the exact same thing
the pn i war pi �oplewant; we just go
ah nit it in .i different way ilad
(Chamberlain said, expounding on
the theme of a peace rally held on
the( entxalt ampus Mall Thursday
It I Students for Peace spon-
sored the rally which started at6:15
pin
Ray Irvin thanked the crowd
for coming and stated the rallv's
purpose "We hope to support a
peaceful alternative to the war he
said
I lo also Hed in the date of the
nilK to the observance of the as
sassinatii in ol Malcolm
Ka ism and war are doseh
related hesaid "We hope we can,
in the wordsof Malcolm X, stop this
genocide war by any means neces-
sary
Next, (odd Lovett spoke about
activists tor peace and how they
function in relation to the govern-
ment
'People have a misconception
about the peace movement hesaid.
"Some sav it is undemocratic. But,
without dissent there cannot he a
true democracy. It is necessary for
the health of the nation
After l.ovett, Tomis Kapitan,
an associate professor of philoso-
ph spike on the global conse-
quences of the war. Kapitan said
the United States is in the (lull to
proto i aheap source of oil and to
pn ifo( t Israel
i et us be dear about what is
See Rally page 3
Q� Nobody had ever questioned
anything like that before, and when
you have a smooth running ship,
why rock the boat? When
somebody's in office and they're
doing a good job, it's not a black-
and-white situation Hook into a lot
of other things such as what's best
for this university and what's best
for student government 55
� Allen Thomas, SGA President
and had concrete proof that Randy
didn t have a 2 0 Nicholson said
I lc was doing his job. but every-
bod knew he didn't have a 2 Hand
was trying to cover it up "
( ontrarv to what The East
Carolinian had earlier reported,
Thomas said there was never anv
problem with Royal leaving his
position.
"At no point did Randv refuse
to leave his office; that never hap-
pened he said. "We were iust
working with University advisors
and people in student government
to make sure we followed this bv
the bxk and did it right "
However, Nicholson said that
five weeks after sending letters to
S( .A and university offk iaK noth
mg had been done.
"Speier stalled lor a week and
Maria (Denota)stalled tor t w she
said. "After the( Martin l.uther King
holiday, I announced that I was
going to begin impeachment pro
ceedingsif something wasn't done
Nicholson also said she has
raised the question with Speier and
others that arty SGA member should
be able to check an executive
member's grades to make sure that
no rules are being abused or ig-
nored.
Rand Royai
"Nobody had ever questioned
anything like that before, and when
vou have a smooth running ship,
why rock the boat1" Thomas said.
When somebody's in office and
they re doing a good ob. it's not a
hl.uk and white situation i look
into a lot of other things such as
u hat's best for this university ,nd
what's best tor student govern
ment
I h imassatd hi n gn ts the way
things turned out but ht pes the best
tor Royal in the future
I iust hate that this had to hap-
pen.M'ornot. Thomas said. "He's
damn good, and I don't appreciate
what went on. rhe problem is, how
that information came about to be-
gin with. I have a real problem with
the university releasing that and
also somebody knowingly trying to
PrMton Pi.re. � ECU Photo Lab
Renovations at the Wright Soda Shop began last week as workers laid
bricks for an outdoor eating area
Veterans offer support
for soldier's relatives
J�l ClMrry � ECU Ptuxo Lab
ECU Students for Peace held a rally on the Malt in Central Campus
Thursday to voice their views about war in the Persian Guff
By Jennifer Ellison
Staff Writer
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
(VFW) in Pitt County is providing
volunteers to give advice and at-
tend to the practical needs for fami-
lies with loved ones serving in Op-
eration Desert Shield.
"We ha ve scores of people wi 11-
ing to give of their skills and talents
to help with such practical needs as
baby-sitting; car, home or yard
maintenance and repair; legal and
financial advice; transportation,
etc said Linda Catapano, Chair-
person of VFW Desert Storm Task-
Force.
Students Supporting Our
Troops, an organization at ECU,
has sent many of their members to
VFW as volunteers. Any student
canhdpbycallingVFW and volun-
teering.
Now that the ground war has
begun in the Middle East, volunteers
are needed to help answer tele-
phones.
Each year, they hold a Buddy
Poppy Drive, which symbolizes the
poppy fields of Normandy the site
of the allied invasion of Europe in
Work) War II. The money raised is
used to help Disabled American
deceive Dean Speier's office.
"Leslie is soniebody who is a
very knowledgeable person about
student government, about proce-
dures and about this university
Thomas said "It's hard for me to
believe she didn't know what she
was doing '
Nicholson, however, said she
knew exactly what she was doing
"For them to knowingly hide it
and try to shut mc up � that's
wrong she said. That's what the
rules sav, and that's the way we
have to do it"
Royal, on the other hand, ex-
pressed his concern for his replace-
ment and the university in general,
which will spend an estimated
SI.(XX) to elect someone for only
about a three week period.
It she (Leslie) knew I wasdev
ingsoniething wronglhen it would
ho easier to swallow . he said
"But it is iist a personal attack
on me
However, Thomas and
Nicholson do agree on one point at
least
It you are going to have niks,
you've got to use them Nicholson
said
"There's no doubt that all of us
regretted having to stv Randy go
because ot the great things he has
done Thomas said Hut when it
gets right down to it. he doesn't
have a 2D (GPA)
Soda shop to close for
renovations March 1
Bv Carolyn Malpass
Suit Writer
The WrightSoda Shop wiBciose
at 1 p.m.on March 1 tor renovations
and will re-open April 10.
Fred Kissinger, the soda shop
manager, saysthatalthl ugh VVnght
Soda 'shop will be dosed daring
spring break, the L roatan will re-
main open
The renovation will begin
March4withtwo-thirdsoftheshop
under construction.
lav Faircloth. the director of
dining services, said: "It's going to
be crowded. There is going to be
some contusion. But we feel it's
better than not havingart) tacilit at
all
During the renovation, the
icating area di�sesl to the shops
ertr.nee will be a temporary ser-
vice area Sandwiches mk other
snack foods will be placed where
the counters are now Retngerated
items will be located against the
windows.
To help alleviate some of the
inconvenience, bncks have already
been laid down outside the Soda
Shop toalWnvforascatingarea. The
area will have picnic tables and
perhaps umbrellas, Faircloth said.
Frank Salamon. the university
diroctorof dining services, estimates
the cost of the first phase, the reno-
vation of the food section, to cost
about 5350.000.
"Everything is going to be
gutted Faircloth said. There will
be a deli station, a hot dog station
with a roller grill allowing self ser-
vice, homemade soups and pizza
bv theslice, which Faircloth believes
u�illhelhemostpopiilnritMTi Then
a ill be a new beverage station and
See Renovations, Page t
Veterans organization
The VFW also provides schol-
arships to the familiesof U.S. veter-
ans.
High school juniorsand seniors
write essays on democracy. The
winners from each state receive a
$1,000 scholarship.
VFW has been working to help
veteran families for many years.
'We've been there Catapano
said. "We are always here to help
when need ed. Weare trying tobe of
practical help
VFW centers their helparound
the reservists' families rather than
military families. "The military
pretty well takescareof the military
families she said.
VFW is located on East
Mumford Road next to River Park
North.
Board of governors appoints
new dean of music school
n
By David White
Staff Writer
The ECU Board of Gover-
nors have appointed a new dean
of the School ot Music.
Dr. Malcolm Tait, 58, who
has more than 25 years of expe-
rience, has previously taught in
England,New Zealand, Hawaii,
Ohio and Pennsylvania. He has
been the dean of the School of
Music at West Chester Univer-
sity in West Chester, Pa since
1987.
Marlene Springer, the vice
chancellor for academic affairs,
said she was pleased Tait ac-
cepted his appointment.
"I am confident that with
his many yearsof administrative
experience he will build upon
the rich traditions of the East
Carolina University School of
Music she said.
Tait is currently a member
of Who's Who in America and
Who's Who in American Music
He has been a member ot the
Music Educators National Con-
ference, the lntemahonal Society
for Music Education and the
Society for Research in Music
Education.
Taitreceived undergraduate
and master's degrees from the
University of New Zealand. He
also received music degrees in
London in 1958 and 1959. He
received his doctorate degree in
education from Columbia Uni-
versity in 1963.
Tait will replace Charles
Stevens who has retired after 30
years. Assistant Dean Brad Foley
of the School of Music faculty
will serve as acting dean until
Tait arrives.
USDETUESDAY
Editorial
ECU puts more garbage in the
Pitt County Landfill than Ayden
and Winterville combined.
Features 19
Screaming Trees monumental
fifth album will be released in
Greenville music stores soon.
Classified S
Sports 11
The Pirate Men's basketball
team defeat UNC-W in their
last home game this season.





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v 64 N. '8
T esoav, FtBR(iA�v 26. 1991
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Orculation 12.000
12 Pages
Dean's office accidentally releases GPA
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I secflV.�e .nit r.i! M.in.i
: - � - �and Roval si llUl'sf
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ECU Students for
Peace hold rally
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if�dav ihoul � � l said
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I fartedM f:15 " dissent there c.inn. l be .1
trut dcmot r,u y It is im � an h n
� ) the health of the nation
After I nvett, fomis Kapitan,
port a 11 ��� 1 iitc protcssor t �� phili
; � poke n thf .� i il � �
IK I the wat K.ipit.in said
� thi th. nitcvi States is in thelull to
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� in Rally page 3

� � Nobody had ever questioned
anything like that before, and when
you have a smooth running ship,
why rock the boat? When
somebody's in office and they're
doing a good job, it's not a black-
and-white situation I look into a lot
of other things such as what's best
for this university and what's best
for student government. 5 5
� Allen Thomas, SGA President
and had i orn rote proof th.it Randy
f have a i hi 'Is, n "�itd
nj his iob I
. . . � vtuin t have a 2 ' �.niJ
� i. �� � cover it up
ntr.ir to w hat I. �'
� � . � had earlier rp. irfed
mas said there was never m
problem with Roval leaving his
position
At no point did Randy refuse
to leave his office; that never hap-
d he said 'We w ere Bist
rkmg with i ne.t rsity advisors
� - pie m student government
(i make sure ve follower) this bv
iht - ' md did it right
JIM Cherry - ECU Photo Lab
ECU Students tor Peace heW a rally on the Mall in Central Campus
Thursday to voice their views about war in the Persian Gulf
I iowever Nu hoison said tl
'4 rnd un t � �. "
mg runi ben i. me
Sp ier stalled I i
M.in.i ! lenota)stalled to! I
-td ttorth�A1.irtip Luther!
holidav . I arm nirn ti that I �� �
going to begin impeai hmenl ;
i eeding?if5f�methingwasn tdt me
n hoison also said sht h i �
raised the question with Spc i
othersthatanvS .Amembt i I
h able to i het V an � ��
member sgrades ti make sun
n � rules are being abiis � I
�v tred
,V
Pr��ton Pi�rr� ECU Photo Lab
Renovation?, at the Wright Soda Shop began last week as workt-rs laid
: ri, ks for an outdoor eatmg area
Veterans offer support
for soldier's relatives
By Jennifer Ellison
Stafl Writer
I he Vi terans ol Foreign Wars
(VFW) in Pitt County is providing
volunteers to give advice and at-
tend t the practical needs tor farm
Hi's with loved ones serving in Op-
eration Desert Shield
"Wehavescoresoi people will-
ing to give ot their skills and talents
to help with such practical needs as
b.ibv-sitting, car, home or yard
maintenance and repair; legal and
financial advice; transportation,
etc said Linda Catapano, Chair-
person of VFW Desert Storm Task-
force.
Students Supporting Our
Tnxtps, an organization at ECU,
has sent manv ot their members to
VFW as volunteers. Any student
can hclpby calling VFW and volun-
teering.
Now that the ground war has
begun in the Middle East, volunteers
are needed to help answer tele-
phones.
Each year, they hold a Buddy
Poppy Drive, which symbolizes the
poppy fields of Normandy the site
of the allied invasion of Europe in
World War II The money raised is
used to help Disabled American
Veterans organization
The V I A also provides v hol-
arshipstothefamiliesof I S veter-
ans
1 ligh st hi ol juniorsand senk rs
write essays on democracy The
winners from each state receive a
$1,000 scholarship
VFW has been working to help
veteran families tor manv years
"We've been thereCatapano
said. "We are always here to help
when needed Weare trying tobeoJ
practical help
VFW centers their help around
the reservists' families rather than
military families The military
pretty well takescareof the military
families she said
VFW is located on East
Mumford Road next to River Park
North.
R win R( i
hodv had i vt rqui "st
anvtl - ' Ihefoi md when
�� rtinreng ship
, � . � k tht � � m�s s�d
� II so

11
� - '
nd
"v ,m Sneier's office
Leslu is somebody who is a
verv know li1i;t .ibl p�rsin .ihont
stialtnt govemment, about prrxv-
thin �- .in ibout tins nnivi'rsitv
Thtnis s.�id h s hard tor me ID
believe sht Jidn t kntH wh.it she
was At inv;
u holsii. however, �nd she
know exacth vh.it sht was iloing
For them i knowingly hide it
,in() 6rv to shut me up tbuit s
vront; shesad 'Dvit's wrvit the
rulos .iv, .md that's the w.iv we
have to do it
Kov.tl. or the other hand, ts
pressetl Nscoocein tor his rcpta i
md the iinivorsirv in general.
which will spon.l an estimated
� � hi oloT't someone tor only
thret ��� � V period
it she Leslie) knew I w.isdo-
� . nkt
.
it is iist ,i p rs .r.i! tt.h k
. 'ti me
However " ; - and
1 r � "
tint at
. ;
had I
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11 hi
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imversitv relt p tl I
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,n. l
have niiov
Nicholson
i. ho'i-M.ti ti.
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It vou art gotng ti
vou vegot tousetHcm,
said
Then- snodouN th.it all ot us
-� � tted he. im; to see Randy go
because Ot the cre.it things m- has
rhomas said But when it
cots right down to it, h- doesn t
haw i '
Soda shop to close for
renovations March 1
By Carolyn Malpase
sf.irt V rilft
. : � �� pwillclose
:���� � ft 11.irrenovations
:
I red Bisfin . � � � t shop
right
� . sed during
pnng break, the Ci it in will re-
main open
1 he reno ation w ill begin
March4w thtwo thirdsoftheshop
under construction
� hr.t tor t't
dining services said It's going to
be crowded Ihere is come to be
nfuskm lw, ��.� �� ,
better than not having in
all
�unng the rent ation, the
�:
� � �� tmiix'r.m sli
. .i Sandt � aiH.1 'tbet
slUt.i. food.
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items .vii
windows
To h,
tx- pi
K' located
at tvl when
fn Derated
leainst th�'
lp alleviate si�me
t the
hncks have already
been laid down outside the via
ShoptoalloM foras.atmcarea 17k
area will havi picnic tables .md
perhaps umbrellas 1 aircloth said.
Frank Saiamon. the university
dinxtnTofdiningservTces,estimates
the cost of the first phase, the reno-
vation ot the ttvxi section, to cost
about s(i)
"Everything is CvMn� to b
cutttl. Faircloth said There will
be a vit.ii station, a hot doc station
with a roiler ;n11 allowing sell ser-
vice, homemade soups and pizza
bv theslke, which Fairckrthbcheves
i . mi. �sl t tpiUar! iti I bore
� : �� bev or �ge si iti n aixi
Renovations Page b
Board of governors appoints
new dean of music school
By David White
Staff VVriler
Hie K I Board of kiver-
nors have appointed a new dean
ot the School ot Musi,
Pr MaLolni Iait. 58, who
has more than 2" years ol expe-
rience, has prev louslv taught in
England, New Zealand, Hawaii,
(lhn ,)nd Pennsv l ania He has
been the dean ot the School of
Musk at West v hester Univer-
sity in West V hester. V . since
1987
Marlene Springer, the vice
chancellor tor academic affairs,
s.nd she was pleased Tait ac-
cepted hi - appointment.
I am confident thai with
hismany years of administrative
experience he will build upon
the rich traditions ot the Fast
Carolina University School ot
Music she s.ud.
Tait is currentlv a member
ot Who s Who in America and
W ho s V h in American Music
He has hrn a rncrnber ttt the
Musk Klin ators National Con-
feremce, the International Society
tor Musk Education and the
Sntetv tor Research in Music
Education.
Iait reeeiv ed undergraduate
and master's degrees from the
University ot New Zealand He
also received music degrees in
London in 1 and 1959. He
received his doctorate degree in
education from Columbia Uni-
versitv in 1963.
Tait will replace Charles
Stevens who has rented after 30
years. Assistant Dean Brad Foley
of the sthtxil of Music faculty
will serve as acting dean until
Tait arrives.
INSIDE TUESDAY
Editorial
4
Features
m
Sports
11
ECU puts more garbage in the
Pitt County Landfill than Ayden
and Winterville combined
Screaming Trees monumental
fifth album will be released in
Greenville music stores soon
OasstftedS
The Pirate Men's basketball
team deleat UNC-W in their
last home game this season





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Opinion
Recycling must not be ignored
During the 198990academic year, 98.1 per
centcH .ill the aluminum cans used on campus ende I
up in Pitt County's overflowing landfill Ninct) -five
percent ol our waste paper was piled on top of �b it
along with 96 percent ol all ot out cardboard
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Engineering Office, ECU dumps more garbage . I
the county landtill than do the lov ns ot Avder
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��' � ' � v- ieorge Armistead, and
i vr jrec and solve the problem
administrative buildings (i.c any place that would
make an) sons, i the Fin Marshal would haw to
evacuate the university
Another reason why 'Mir rec cling rate is m
IN a I illustration - laiiun i det ide on a
iollec lion i�uihtv
iVI i, ��- I'ttheadmintstratu n simply wori
�t1, '�'��� irolinaVocationab eutei thecounh s
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cause E �vont pay us for our waste paper, bo we
I i it � Ian lull inst ad.
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Is from Pepsi and sel heminthedorms
to collect bottles' The recycling task force doesn't
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to turn the � It a;
trailer and edut ate diim n -
' � but his task
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�1 ion alwa) s looking tor a
way to � I not upset the alumni,
has also n m plastit receptacles, in-
sisting on using discai led cardboa d boxes
I his frugal aitt inativi would I e brilliant it it
weren't lor the fact that a cardboard 1� filled with
loose paper is a violation ot citj fire codes. If we put
tin so "receptacles" in the dorms or the halls �i our
last tall. Public Safety was called out to
' m. v lence Hall to stop a bottle fight bottle
fight. Students Kere standing in tru halls throwing
glass bottles at eaeh other Imagine the carnage that
would occur it tluTe were barrels of ammunition at
e ery hallway intersection.
How can we expect ECU to improve Us
recycling rate when Raleigh barely gives us enough
funding ior business as usual? How can we expect
the university administration to make am headway
when it snot willing to do anything thai won tmake
a last buck! How can we expect students to act
wisely and responsibly about thcenvironrnent when
they're smashing glass bottles over their heads?
Perhaps a 5 recycling fee tacked onto next
tail's tuition would be a good place to start. The
resulting $80,000 a year would buy a lot of plastic
barrels.
We could build an integrated, campus-wide
computer-mail network that could help break our
addiction to office paper. We could hold recycling
seminars to educate students.
Best ol all, we could hire behavioral thera-
pists in hobnail boots and rubber suits to march
through the dorms with cattle prods reminding the
children nol to pla w ith sharp obie ts.
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Letter To The Editor
Rude shidf-ts
feed city s
negative image
To The Fid i tor
Last Thursday evening,
F-eb 14, Gwendolyn Brooks ap-
peared before a capacity crowd
in lenkins Auditorium After
EC Us poet-in-residenee, Julie
Fay, gave the introduction,
Brooks mounted the stage to a
standingovation. We, the people
who really wanted to be there,
knew we were in for an evening
rarely experienced.
Ms. Brooks didn't disap-
point us. It was the insolent
people who insisted on leaving
before she finished, indeed, even
during her delivery, that did.
Thev made no efforts to leave
quietly In fact, most of them
stumbled, shuffled and giggled
their way to the doors � then
banged them shut.
I was appal led. I have lived
in Greenville for over 20 years
and have joked with everyone
else about how culturally dead
this town-on-a-swamp is. Writ-
ers of any great magnitude sel-
dom come to give a reading of
their work.
In the past coupleof years,
the English Department has
made great strides to rectify the
situation by bringing such in-
comparable artists as Lucille
Clifton, Li-Young Lee and Rita
Dove.
But when I learned last
semester that Gwendolyn
Brooks was coming, I was
amazed that she had consid-
ered ECU as an audience.
Now I will be even more
amazed if other writers will
make the samemistakeafterthey
learn of the horrible reception
that Brooks received.
To the students that did
leave, I would hope you'd ex-
tend some common courtesy
next time and stay home if all
you're going to get out of the
readingare bonus pointsin your
freshman composition class.
And to the professors who
extend such privileges, how
about thinking of some way to
keep them there the whole time
instead of disturbing us after
you've taken roll?
Otherwise,Greenville will
become the cultural cesspool it
is so often regarded as.
Joseph Campbell
Graduate Student
Fnglish
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Writer seeks tiny piece of Utopia in apartment form
By Bill Egbert
I diiorul i oiumnisl
Although there are strict
joumalisrii rulesagainsl using the
media to benefit oneself, I'm not
realh a journalist, so screw them.
. a neen looking tor j new
apartment and so far. I haven't
foun. inj thing that I hk. So '
was � ondei ing if you auld help
me out
I lore s u hat I'm looking tor
I wan n lativel) lean first floor
apartment w ith a pa iouskitchen
featuring a dishwasher, garbage
disposal, trash compactor, micro-
wave, toaster oven, can opener,
and i Mr Coffee� built into the
wall.
I'm looking for two, no three,
make that lour bedrooms, and a
living room I can play golf in, all
furnished with Early American
antiques that gel replaced every
time I spill a Iver
Oh, I want free laundry ser-
vice, too. And maids in bikinis
And subsidized utilities.
I also want this place to have
one of the largest, best-equipped
bunch of rent-a-cops on the planet
And the) can't take crap
from anybody, except me, oi
course They've gotta be real pi
lite to me.
They have to c ill rm sir
ask permission before the rrn
into nn apartment, and it I ever
break house rule they have to tell
me up tront about ever) legal
loop hole 1 can squirm through.
By the way, 1 plan to do i
rate this place am wa I damn
well please
And it I want to deck it out
with railroad ties and shrunken
heads that's (he way it's gonna be
and nobody better crowd me It
thev do I'll sick the rent a cops on
'em.
It I lose my job, I want my
landlord to stock my fridge and
give me an allowance on the side
And if 1 can't pay mv medi-
cal bills, I want him to take up the
slack with that, Uh
And I wanta tuition subsidy.
Mv landlord has to help me pay
for mv education.
Speaking ot the landlord, 1
want to be able to tell hin
anytime I want
1 want to be able f. �
� r . four months tosce wh
be Ihe landlord, and I reserve th(
right ' bit h about hat �� � �
does regardlessof whether I �
or not
And an iron-cl id leasi tl .
guarantees all this uld I
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I he most important thu e
want though, is reiv mtl
Whoa Nelly! ' wanna : i
nexttonothin for these digs '��
it the landlord tries t hik rm
rent. I'll stream blood) n ir It r
In! tct unless the guy swears
v my leas' that he isn t gomu
raise the rent 1 won t even let him
be the landlord
And. bv the W3) he has '
give me a lot of ways to cheat mv
way out of paving rent at I fa
boot.
If any of you know of i place
like this, please (eel tree tl ll
me a line, care of The Ed ?!
ion.
. Maxwell's Silver Hammer
Politics henders Supreme Court appointments
By Scott Maxwell
Editorialoiumnisl
It's an observation so com-
mon th itevenpoliticalcolumnists
are making it: the Supreme Court
is as never before m identiftabty
political institution. I he hallmark
of our newest justice, David
Souter, is that he is outwardly as
bland,Stealth-) and (supposedly)
umdeologk a las the president who
appointed him.
To various extents through
theages,Court appointments have
always been political. However,
they have become increasingly so
over the last two or three decades
How did the Court get into
thismess1 Mainly through itsever
expanding role in explicating the
rights that are and are not guar-
anteed to the people by the Con-
stitution
The Supreme Court's trend
toward enumerating and defend-
ing specific civil liberties has, on
the whole, been indisputably
beneficial. Without it, we would
live in a less free society.
But one cannot ignore the
other edge of the same sword. The
Court's so called activism engen-
dered cabals opposed to an ex-
pansive definition of rights, who
proved both willing and able to
threaten presidents and senators
whoappointed judges who placed
too much value on civil liberties.
That birth led to another, cabals
opposed to the other cabals.
(Some wit or other once ob-
served that if the fact that two plus
two equals four ever became a
matter of political significance in
America, there would be a faction
to oppose it.)
So the "liberal" trend of the
Court led, if indirectly and unin-
tentionally, to the current state of
affairs, the Court is now effectively
a political body.
This is a clear perversion of
theCourt'sintended role,but there
are even more serious drawbacks.
One is that it puts senators and
presidents in an awkward and
unfair position, that oi having to
judge a Supreme Court justice's
merit on the basis of his or her
stance on current hot political is-
sues. There is no incentive to take
a longer-range view, or to ignore
the threat of public disgruntlement
with a decision to d( the right
thing
Instead, there is great in-
centive to spew lot ol nonsense
about "giving thu people what
they want "and "thisjustice s i lew
on this or that is the sole standard
bv which his fairness ought to be
measured and soon. And so that
is what we get.
Ideally, senators and presi-
dents would all be such eminent
statesmen that they would have
the courage and honor to sav to
the public: "Screw you! I'm going
to cast my vote on the basis of this
judge's record, on his fairness and
integrity, and not because his po-
litical views agree with yours and
mine
Stop laughing. I said "ide-
ally Stop laughing1.
Anyway. Senators and
presidents are not such eminent
statesmen, if you'll pardon the
understatement. So what we need
is a way for senators and presi-
dents to ensure justices are fairlv
elected, removing the political
component from theappomtment
process.
Can I think of such a way?
Yes, of course I can. It's my job
after all.
Article II, Section 2, para-
graph 3, of the US. Constitution
reads, in part: "But the Congress
may by law vest the appointment
of (Supreme Court justices and
other unelectcd government offi-
cials), as they think proper, in the
President alone, in the courts of
law, or in the heads of depart-
ments
Hmmmm.
My solution: the Congress
creates a new department .t the
government not a new branch,
mind you, just a new department
� which convenes only when a
new Supreme Court justice must
be decided upon.
Officers of this department
wouldn't receive much pa) to
help keep the prestige as low as
possible Besides, the went be
doing much work It should he
considered not a position of power
but one of civi responsil
(Such things vtill est uh
don't they?)
Congress and the president
pick its officers, choosing among
members ot the American Bar
Association, or from the ranks of
federal judges, or something like
that
But as part of the lavs which
creates it. this department must be
comprised of individuals with
differing judicial philosophies.
(Lawyersand judges have judicial
philosophies; the rest oi us have
ideologies.)
Also by law, thedepartment
must take into account the ideo-
logical � er, philosophical �
makeup of the Suprenne Court,
and stnve to keep it diverse After
all, conformity of opinion is as
dangerous on the Supreme Court
as anywhere else, mavbe even
more so.
There are drawbacks to this
plan, too. One is that it makes
ideology a requirement for office,
a practice which sits uncomfort-
ably in my mind. I hope that by
requiring the department's ideo-
logical makeup to be varied,
however, this potential tiger is
defanged.
So, 1 admit, it leaves some
important questions unanswered
But these are not insurmountable
obstacles, merely technical details
that a sufficiently motivated
Congress can work out.
And the clearly untenable
present system ought to give mem
plenty of motivation.
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"A possible second phase will
be in the seating area lain loth
said That will prohibh beapropel
tor next year
According to Fairdoth, al-
though the project will last about
live weeks students will onK be
inconvenienced for thro
because ol spring break
There are two reasons ve are
doing this now instead ot waiting
until summer school Faircloth
said ' 1 irst. we wanted renovation
to be completed More spring se
mester is over so students can stV
where we are trying to take the
dining service
Secondly,(the) roatanisgoing
to be renovated this summer, and
we didn't want to have the two
areas under constructionatthe same
time '
After renovation, the Wright
Soda Shop will beopen unbl9p.m
"This will divert some traffk
awav trom Mendenhail(snack) bar
so people won't ha v � vaitinline
so long Bissinger said
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iv u hen a
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lepartment must be
I � individuals with
ial philosophies.
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the rest ot us have
thyoui
Vlsob) lavs the department
must take into account the ideo-
er, philosophical �
� up ot the Supreme Court,
ii I stnve to keep it diverse. After
' rmitv ot opinion is as
� is on the Supreme Court
ywhere else, maybe even
more si i
! here are draw backs to this
plan, too One is that it makes
ideology a requirement for office,
) practice which sits uncomfort-
ably in my mind 1 hope that by
requiring the department's ideo-
I gical makeup to be varied.
However, this potential tiger is
de tanged.
So, 1 admit, it leaves some
important questions unanswered.
But these are not insurmountable
obstacles, merely technical details
that a sufficiently motivated
Congress can work out
And the clearly untenable
present system ought to give them
plenty of motivation.
� � iirl
appointment
It such a way?
r Its niv job,
pion 2. para
onstitution
theongress
appointment
justM es and
rernmenl offi-
proper in the
the courts ot
ds ot depart-
Ithe Cone
the landlord, I
tell lum ott
to vote cv-
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ther I voted
. I lease that
uld be nice
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to hike m
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Continued from page i
two soft-serve yogurt stations with
a choice oi six flavors.
To ease the checkout process,
there will be six cashiers placed at
ditterent locations around the ser
vice area.
"A possible second phase will
be in the seating area laircloth
viid "That will prokiblv hea project
tor next vear
According to laircloth, al-
though the project will last about
live weeks, students will only be
inconvenienced tor three weeks
because of spring break.
rhere are two reasons we am
doing this now instead ot waiting
until summer school laircloth
said. "First, we wanted renovation
to be completed before spring se
mester is over so students can see
where we are trying to take the
dining service
Secondly,(the) v nvitanisgoing
to be renovated this summer, and
we didn't want to have the two
areas underconstructionat the same
time
After renovation, the Wright
Soda Shop will be open until 9 p.m.
Tins will divert some traffic
away from Mendenhall (snack) Bar
so people won't hav e to watt in line
so long Bissinger said
The longer hours will provide
night students with a place toeat, he
added
Advertize
HERE
so we
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SentS The (.ult Crisis Miyahul.i
tionsjnd Misunderstandings a let
tuft by Nancy Nyo. held Secretary
tor the Fnonds Committee on Na
tional Legislation (Washington,
IK.) The lecture will be held on
Wednesday, February 27,1991 at4:(Xi
D.m in the General Classroom
Building in Room 1026 Questions
anddisi ussion will follow the lo tore
SKYDIVING CLUB
Interested in skvdiving1 We are
looking tor current skydivers or
people interested in learning to sky
due who would be interested in
forming a skydiving club here al
Il For more information, i all
756 77? or 752 2336
LLLMLNTARY EDUCATION
CLUB
Attention fdemcntarv Education
Members, there will be an important
meeting Wedm'sday, February 27at
4:00 p m in .T0H Speighl Ihe topic
will h- NCAII Please plan to at-
tend'
STUDENTS AGAINST MS
Thursday night, February 28th, At-
tic, Students Against MS' lUxxIwink
festival Four bands: Egypt, Earth
MurchantSj In Limboand I eft Wing
Fascists. Admission: OnlvS5.00 For
ticket info call 757 3421
ANYONE EDR COMEDY?
"Comedy Zone" comedian Carl
Strong will be performing Tuesday,
February 26th at 8:(X) pm m the
Underground (Basement of Men-
denhall). It is sponsored by the Stu-
dent Union CoffeehonseCommittoe.
ECU DART CLUB
If you are interested in joining a club
and enjoy a relaxed sport activity, the
ECU FWt Club would right for you.
We a re interested in people who want
to become part of an organized group
and also enjoy the garni' of I'nglish
Darts You do not have tobeexperi-
enced to join and there arc no dues to
pay. I his game is easy to learn and
fun to play There will be a meeting
on Tuesday, March 5, 1991 in the
Mendenhall Student Center. Kixm
248 at 7:15 pm Students, staff and
faculty are encouraged to join Also,
please contact Brian Johnson at 931-
9073 for more info.
ECU BIOLOGY CLUB
There will be a meeting Tuesday,
February 26th at 50) pm in BN109.
All those who wish to tour Burroughs
Wellcome on March 1 should attend.
Also, Mrs. Beryl Water will present a
talk on "Coop Opportunities in Biol-
ogy " New members are welcome.
1 IBS 1000 SCHEDULE
The second block of LIBS 1000, sec-
tions 21 50, will begin after spring
break The first day of Mon Wed.
classes will he March 18th The first
day of Tues Thurs and Tues.
evening classes will begin March
19th. The first day of Wednesday-
evening class will be March 20th.
ECU MENS SOCCER CLUB
There will be a meeting tor all those
interested in playing mens' soccer in
Room 212 in Mendenhall on Tues-
day, February 26th at 6c00 p.m. All
SOCCer players are welcome.
STUDENTS FOR MOTHER
EARTH
Congratulations! Ihe Students for
the Mother Earth would like to con-
gratulate the three grand prize win-
ners of our grx-crv raffle. Thank you
Tara IxIe, Amanda Rattsand Debbie
Daniels for participating.
GAMMA BETA fill HONORS
SOCIETY
TheCamma Beta Phi Honors Society
will meet at 7:(X) pm Tuesday, Feb-
ruary 26th in Room 244 Mendenhall.
Officers meet at 6:15 p.m. Get those
tickets in
ECU AMBASSADORS
There will be a General Meeting on
Wednesday at S:(X) p.m. at Menden-
hall in the Great Room Section 1. See
you there
RJDEUIsJLTHEWlND
The Recreational Outdoor Center -
The Roc will be sponsoring a
Windsurfing I workshop on Febru-
ary 28at 7:30 p.m. in theChristenburv
Gym pxxl Come out and ride like
the wind while learning i new skill.
Thec(tis$3 00studenoandS4iXV
facultystafl guests For additional
information, call 757-6167 or stop by
204 Christenbury lym.
RFSOLLTION SOLUTIONS
Are you interested in finding an on-
going solution to vour New Year's
Resolution1 Recreational Services is
sponsoring a program entitled
"Positively Stressed" on February 28
from 12 noon-lflO p m. in GCB 1016.
For further information,call 757-6387
or stop by 204 Christenbury Gym.
CLOSE ENCOUNTERSON
CAMPUS
ECU Recreational Services is spon-
soring a wellness seminar entitled
"Close Encounters on Campus:
Healthy Relationships and Sexual-
ity Susanna Kcllerman and Shelly
Green from the ECU Student Health
Service will be sharing their ideas on
March 5 from &0O400 p.m. in GCB
1016. The seminar is fav of charge so
do yourself a favor and join in! For
further information, call 757-6387 or
stop by Christenburv Gvm.
GREEK ALL-JSIAR
TOURNAMENT
On Tuesday, March 5 at 9:00 p.m. in
Chnstenburv Gym, Recreational
Services will be sponsoring a Gax?k
AQ-Star Basketball Tournament Both
mens and womens teams will be
playing. The All-Sar Sorority team
will be up against the Women s Inde
pendent Champions and the rrater
nities will beetmtpeting with the East
against the West Don t miss our on
this All-Star event! For further infor-
mation call 757-6387 or -stop by 20fl
Christenbury Gym.
0
U)L MAM
THL CALLS
Interested in making the calls for
softball? There will be a Softball otti-
cials meeting ednesdav, march 6at
500 pm in BC 103. For further
lniormation call 757-6387 or stop by
2tU Christenbury Gvm. No experi-
ence necessirv RiVTvationalServices
will tram all interested Softball um-
pires'
ALT-TERRAIN JJKING
WORKSHOP
Get vour wheels turning at the All-
Tcrrain Bicycling Workshop spon-
sored by ECU Recreational Services.
The workshop will be held on march
6 at 5:00 pm in Chnstenburv Gym
117 at the RCX The costs isS3IX)
students and S4.00facultystaff
guests. ItMn i on the tun and leam
new trail riding techniques. For ad-
ditional information call 757-6911.
Screaminl
Trees for
landmar
B Matt King
Feature. ditoi
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Ihe rrets i � �
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talent and sj aii f - .
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prosper r :r-
rtai issue
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least four tin � ind thi �
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Daredevil reg.
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Matt V ntfr
Robbed ot his I
sonalit) ind sanit) i I
fought bock to get his life b kckri n
the manipulati rs I hat r
In the fist tevears e eryi
that DarL-vicvil held dedr m as taken
away from him
The Kingpin of r
out that Daredevil was
blind lawyer Matt Murd -
utilized his super-powered
to tear Daredevil dovn and cause
him to lose his license io pn
law
The Kingpin als1 had his mm
be-at him to within inches ot 1.
his hte and leave him battered
hopeless The Kingpin even
rupulatod Murdock's law partner
into turning against himand to steal
away his girlfriend
Daredevil wason the bni -
total breakdo n w hei
brought him back and soothe
soul. Daredevil t vk Kk k his place
in societv and fixed everything
except being disbarred Daredevil
became the hope tor Hell -

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Strong to visi
Mendenhall
Undergrouni
By LisaMane lernigan
Stjtt Writer
TheStaderrtUraonCofteehouset .urmitt kn
how to make ECU laugh 1 f� group has establish
impeccable reputation with such well-received a
TcddYohn and The Transacts Fonightat sp ni tl
host Comedy Zone comedian Carl Strong
Strong'shurrur is an original blend baM.xl heaj
on satire. Thought provoking and relatively deaa
todav'sstandards.Stnmg relates totifeasoneseesi
adds a slight twist.
Strong's creahve talents include irnprcssM
singing and character development Among his '
known characters is the hysterical Reverd and "I
Mercy
His versatility, stage preserve and flair have m
Strong one of the most sought after acts in the ami
He has shared the stage with such acts as Chaka k
Gladys Knight and the Pips, Dionnc Warwick
Smokey Robinson.
Strong's hometown paper. The Milwaukee tad
states that "comedy as an art has very few practitioj
worth the title of 'comedian ' In today's markerpl!
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I eatum 1 ditoi
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iboul i band that has generated
� ilbums in as mam years I he)
persistent I nrtunatel) i lot
morecan be said about rheSi mm
mg 1 rees
I he 1 rees ha e the wort eth�
to rum n out l hey Uso have tN
talent and park (t originality that
any new band needs to survive md
prosper First lets address the
� issue
Notonl) has the band released
. V s in the last five years the
ivc also released tour Is ap
.ml on three comptlatu n IVs
leased two 45 s been on tom at
� is ft Mir tunes and three ot tin
hand members have released solo
ilbums
l w o ot the band members
1 irk ! anegan I vmals) ind Can
ei v onnet (guitar) havi released
two solo efforts Although tin-
seems prett) impressive sources
t to the band sav that if il weren I
li �' .ill this music making the band
�uld have starved to death be
lust it is the onl) kind ol work
� . an force themselves to li i
b md alls I llensben H
� and it seems thai then is not
h else to do in Eltensberg but
make musk. unless one has ,m af-
finity tor rodeo or Sasquatch hunt
ing So when the band is not on the
road 'i is tucked away in its little
n �� the world refining the
Si i inung i ree sound 1.1 one
projei I Ol mother
1 I � " ! itest ilbum Uncle
b sffttsurtsoon to Ix- available in
1 reenvilk re ord stores) is onh
trw " -e. ond major label release
1 storn all) records released
m "� ijoi ' iKI have good points
i" ' bad ones M.ioi labels tend to
m.iki ,i txvordmuchnvreaccessible
to record buyers I hat should hold
lru in this ,Ms
But big record ompanies
�I h.i r i w,n ol changing
i band s sound b over prodw ing
it oi In t ushing it Well I he
; � I rees ha e alto av s
worked fasl soth.it was no problem
! pk Records allowed the band
li self pn Ju, e the album with the
: lli ngtim i n prndiM ersTerry
I iit in ' � hris i ornell so no
hanges in the studio ,ire evident
! Vspiv til this sameness, Uncle
ntsthtytii does sound atypical of
semi of thi bund s previous musi
I he band seems to h.i e
ii hie11 i no- rie sense of direction
"i nestht'si i thai has ,il
lo veil 'h.�mtote.n hamusicalbulls
lv� on ne.nU every cut (n the .il
UNCLE ANESTHESIA
Photo Courlasy of Epic Records
Epic recording artist l"he Screaming ire. released their dtth full length lp earlier this year Uncle
Anesthesis promi � . one ot the most lavorabty received albums of the band's five year history
hum I ht m shi .il guitai work tea
lured onearh pniectsisaburKiani
still
M.ir k I anegan s hallov ed
une.irtln wk.iIihv i.in still M nd
(.hills up a spin "he erratic riseand ferenl and better? Who can say?
fall ol ttx bands rhvthm is still ,is
tinpredktableasa midnight roller
� I Mstei tuie
s w h.it m.ikes this alhum dif-
We II iust attribute it to a natural
evolution that good bands tend to
experience.
See Screaming Trees Page 10
Daredevil regains power; life as revered superhero
By Cliff Cofley
suit Write!
Robbed ol his home H'b per
nalit) and sanity, Daredev il
hi bat k to get his life Km k from
manipulators that mined him.
the past tew years, everything
" .it I iaredevil held dear u as taken
i) from him systematk all
I lie Kingpin ol crime found
out that Daredevil was in fact a
blind lawyer, Matt Murdock, and
utilized his super-powered hitmen
to tear Daredevil down and cause
him to lose his license to practice
i.iA
I he Kingpin also had his men
beat him to within inches ot losing
las life And leave him battered and
hopeless The Kingpin even ma-
nipulated Murdock s law partner
into turning against himand to steal
i � a his girlfriend
I tanedevil wason thebnnkol a
total breakdown when a nun
brought him back and soothed his
soul. Daredevil took bw k his place
in society and fixed everything,
except being disbarred Daredevil
became the hope lor I fells Kid hen
Strong to visit
Mendenhall
Underground
By LisaMarie ernigan
stjff Writer
in New iork. but it wasn't long
before that was taken away from
him, ko
I arede il descended into Hell
ti � brine, b.k k two i hildren, and he
fought Mephistotthe Devil) to win
the snis of the children but onlv
left I lell with one ol them, the other
hiki sacrificed hersell so that Pare
devil and his friend could escape
Once Daredevil ascended, he lust
himself ud could no longer be
I arede il
Bullseye 1 taredevil'sdeadliest
foe, took over as I )arede il to mm
the name I 'arele il made tor him
soli in f lell'sKitchen. Bullseye wore
1 irtle il's costume and began t(
steal from the rich and give to the
hut When he realized that that
onlv made him out to be an even
i r hero, Bullseye, dressod as
Daredevil, began to beat people
li 'i nth .inJ kill people k iousl)
Svn Daredevil's is niintl
Matt Murdock had become a
boxer since ascending from Hell
and was unaware that hi' had e en
Ixvn Daredevil, until he cam face
to-face with Bullseye and the km
pin. Murdock slowly became to re
gain hisn mory Murdockdonned
Bullseye's costume and began to
search for Bullseye dressed as
Daredevil Daredevil found
Bullseve and the) began to fight
I iruie il iistvi psvt hology and
caused Bullseye to begin to believe
that he was in fact, I aredevil. I 'are
devil continued tii beat Bullseve
until he was left halt d.wd. the way
their last meeting leit him
Alter the battle, Daredevil put
on Iusk istumeand began to set his
life straight. Fogg) Nelson,
Murdock soW law pa rmer, changed
lus iew s .md began to prat tk e law
the wav Matt Murdock did, and he
gi Matt'srighl to practice la wback.
Daredevil, meanwhile was sotting
the record straight w ith (Ik- people
ot ((ell's Kitchen and became their
savior once againand got the news-
papers back on his side Finally in
1 Daredevil No 291 I tercdcvil s life
seems to be back on tra k
Ann Nocenti has chronicled
Daredevil's life for mam years,and
issue 291 is to be her List she uok
Daredevil through Hell, literally,
and brought him back full circle.
See Daredevil. Page 10
Monksters
falls into
family
tradition
By Lara Ellington
Staff VVnler
If an old fashioned meal ol
seasoned shrimp or steak, kabobs,
fries and a cold beer sound uhk! to
you, then the recently-opened
Monkster's grill may ty your kind
ol place.
LcK-atevI at 103 S. h (.reenviUe
Blvd. (where CJ'S used to be),
Monksters specializes in "good,
homemadehiodatlow prices, "says
co-owner Diane Barrow.
Barrow, owner of D.L Moose
jewelry and gift shop in the Plaza,
and husband Macon "Monk bar
row opened the restaurant on Feb.
19. 'Monk has Ixvn in the restau-
rant business tor six years, helping
histhnvsonsotvnC ubbuv Monk's
Cheeseburgers and the Dtx khouse
in Beaufort, NMonkster s menu
contains main of the sanu items
the above restaurants have
Burgers, shrimp sandwiches,
chicken grills. In t di gs, onk m rings,
btvr and wine coolers are some ot
the menu's regular items rhese
items cost between il 95 tori fried
orgnlledchickensandwich to$3 u
tortheRibeyeSteakSandwich And
for earry risers, Monksters bakes up
homemade buttermilk biscuits
starting at 6 a.m. every morning
The house specialties are all served
with tries, slaw anda toasted frent h
bread roll and include a Shrimpster
Dinnershrimp, onion and green
pepper skewers) for 54 95, a
Steakster Dinner (sirloin, mush
rooms and green peppers skew ers
tor$495or the BB-0Chicken W.ng
Dinner basttvl with special sauce
for $3.95.
The genuine saucesare another
specialty to Monksters "Monk"
Kasts the invention oi his "Wheat
Swamp" sauce (named tor his
hometown near kinston) ino. his
spicy cocktail sauce Dia.te's
favorite's are her own terriyaki-
ginge and tangy vinegar sauces.
If all this sounds good to you,
the food rruv not be your onlv at-
traction to Monksters. Future plans
include pool tables and live enter-
tainment on the deck this summer
We want tosayeverything we
serve is homemade; nothing is ever
frozen or pre-packaged. We want
to promotea bright, tun atmosphere
with old-tashioned good food,
I iano s,ivs
Monksters is open seven da) s
week from 6 a m. to 10 p.m has a
drive-thru window and serves
take-out. So if you're m the mood
for a fresh homemade meal at a
reasonable price, stop bv
Monksters.
TheStudent Union(!offeehouse( ommitteeknows
how to make ECU laugh ThegrouphasestaNishedan
impeccable reputation withsui h well-received acts as
ToddYohnand The Transactors Tonight at Spin they
host Comedy Zone comedian Carl Strong.
Strong's humor is an original blend based heavily
on satire. Thought provoking and relatively clean by
today'sstandards.Strongrelatestolileasonestvsitbut
adds a slight twist.
Strong's creative talents include impressions,
singing and character development Among his best
known characters is the hysterical Reverd and "I lave
Mercy"
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Tanning beds offer false claim
Carl Strong
known for his energy, wit and ability to evolve to suit
His versatility, stage preseix e and flair have made his particular audiences. Having extensive experience
Strong one of the most sought after acts in the country. in entertaining college students, his show at The Un
He has shared the stage with such actsasChaka KKin
Gladys Knight and the Pips, Dionnc Warwick and
Smokey Robinson.
Strong's hometown paper. The Mihmuktv ournal,
states that "comedy as an art has very few practitioners
worth the title of 'comedian ' In lodav's marketpl.n e
Carl Strong is one such artist I N cornelian is well
derground is sure to be tailored to campus life.
Unlike most comedians, Carl Strong does more
than tell jokes. Heentertainsirfa manner that is refresh-
ing and exhilarating.
The Underground located in the Mendenhall Stu-
dentCenter. Admission is free. Softdnnksand mocktails
will be served and are also free of ch trgf
By Sheri Lynn Jernigan
Slatf Writer
Do the following claims sound
familiar?
Tanning beds are much safer
than the sun There's virtually no
risk of skin cancer from the use of
tanning beds as long as the indi-
vidual tansinmoderation. Tanning
beds use U A rays which tan and
filter out the burning l rVBraysthat
cause skin cancer Even tair-skinned
people are sate in tanning beds.
"UV A tanning is not safe tan-
ning' Mary Tmslev. registered X-
ray technologist at the Student
Health Center, said.
Tinsley provided proof to back
herateaonentina medical pamphlet
and magazine1.
The pamphlet published by the
IX'partment of Health and Human
Services in Maryland and an article
in the May 198)issueof Primary Care
&� Cancer both state that UVB ra-
diation is present along with UVA
radiation, and both tvpes of radia-
tion are dangerous.
Aci ording to thearticle wntten
K Vincent Del eo MD nyp
radiation may cause burning, but
I V radiation penetrates much
more deeply into the dermis re-
sulting in damaged tissue and loss
of elasticity, which is evidenced as
aging and wrinkling.
UVA radiation can also act asa
carcinogenic agent promoting can-
cer.
Furthermore. UVA radiation
may effect photosensitmty reac-
tions in individuals taking various
medications.
Dr. DeLeo wntes, "UVA tan-
ning should be vigorously dis-
couraged by physicians
The FDA also says "the-safer
than-sun" claims that tanning sa-
lonsusearefalseandtheclaimsthat
indoor tanning improves one's
mental state, circulation and
breathing are unproven.
Additionally, theTOArequires
indoor tanning devices to post
warning labels of the possible dan-
gers.
Suzanne Kellerman, health
educator at ECU, said another risk
is the passing of various infections,
skin rashes and body Ike from
person to person
Another discovery is that U A
tanning devices produce 10 times
more UVA than the sun produces
causing much deeper and slower
tans and even burns.
The hazards of UVA tanning
include skin and eye bums, photo-
sensihvity. cataracts, premature skin
aging, blood vessel damage and
reduced immunity.
Skin bums may range from
redness to painful blisters. Severe
eye bums cause sandy or gnttv
sensations and pink eyes.
Chemicals in certain foods,
medicinesand cosmetics may cause
photosensitmty wherebumingand
itching may occur.
Cataracts, a coiKlition where
the lens of theeve becomesclouded,
may be increased by UV A and UVB
radiation.
Signs of repeated UV expo-
sureinevitably results in premature
skin aging.
Finally, UVA and UVB radia
tion may damage the blood vessels
in a sublayer of the skin, affecting
the body's immune system.
Despite the dangers of tanning
See Tanning, Page 10





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P'sn th lasl five years lhe
. � also released four (� fs ap
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finih for rodeo or Sasquatch hunt
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r' id t i- tucked awa in its little
1 thi world refining the
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� � ! ibel ha i good points
n M ij �i labels tend to
reci rd muehmoreai i essiNe
to rei i rd buyers I hat should hold
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' ' record i ompantes
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it or I hing ii Well f"hc
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Daredevil regains powei; life as revered superhero
Bl.ffotfe
M.Wt VWitr
: his hi ;
ind mil redevil
t few years, even thine.
� Ideai ; � ik �
him systen I
- � . ; � ' rime I and
.it I liredevil was in fa t a
in iv .irk. but it wasn't long
before thai as ik iwa trv'in
'on
� : di : 11 ' Hell
tobi icktu i. dn n I �
t Mepl the Devil H
" � - "al o( the lukiron but onK
left I lell v, ithoneof them the other
hi Id sacrificed herself so that Dare
:� ii i his friend o �uld es ap
I- i nded, he K�st
himsell and could no longer be
' '� Vfurdockdonned
Bullseve s 11 ihirrn and hi gan to
earch for B � � .las
Pan
'
or Matt MurdiK k and Dan I
: mis super-powered hitn
i aredevil dow n and . ause
Bullseve 1 'aredevil sdeadliesl
� r .1 i to nun
ise his license to pra tice the name Daredevil made tor him
self in 1 lell'sKiti hen. Bullseve wore
� Kingpin also had his nun I fcirede il's i ostume and beg m to
: to within inches of losinj I � fi m the rich and givi to the
fi ind leave him battered ind :� � When he realiztxl that that
ess The Kingpin even ma i . made him out to be an even
ited Murdock s law partner � � hero Bullseve, dressed as
' � turning against him and ti K i Daredi - to heal people
his girlfriend tlv and kill people vicious!)
redevil wason th I ni - daredevil's is ruined
� 'i breakdown v. hop a nun ' tl Vfurdock haci become a
hi iughf him back and sxthed his boxer ut ascending trom I lell
il 1 an �devil kKk back his place and was unaware that he had even
� societ) .md fixed everything been Daredevil, until he cam face-
� ept being disbarred Daredevil kvface with Bullseve and the King
bei arne the hope for Hell's Kiti hen pin Murdoi k slow!) ht atne to re
Strong to visit
Mendenhall
Bullseve and thi egan to I lit
I arede il 11 - 11; � I i
aused Bullsex e tobi
that hewasinfai I I ande il I
devil continued to boat Bullseve
until he was left ha fdead
their last rm el eft htm
Alter tin battli I oil. . il ;
onhiscostumt'andbegantosi I his
life straight 1 ogg Nelson,
Murdock sold lavs partner hai
his iri sand bi gan ti i pra ti elav
thewaj Mott Murdtx kdid,and h
got Matt snghttopra heel
I aredevil, n n an w hik1 ��� as settit
the ft ord straight w ifh tin- peopk1
- it 1 lolls Kit, hen and bei ame their
sax ii 'i onci again and gi it tin new s-
papers ba k on his side 1 malo in
I terede ii � �
seems u Ih1 ha k on ti
Ann o, (� i� i hashronu led
i daredevil slifefoi man years and
issue 291 is to be her last She took
1 iredo il through I lell. IitoralK ,
iiud brought him back tell circle.
See Daredevil Page 10
Monksteis
falls into
family
tradition
By Lara Ellington
statt Writer
It an i ild fashk ned meal of
seasoned shnmp or strak kabbs
tries and a i �W beer sound good to
you, then the re� enth opened
Monkster s grill mas be your kind
of plate
I ocated at 103 s E irei nvilk
Blvd. IwhereI s used to b
Monksters specializes in :
homemade ti odatlow prices mv
co-owner I Mane Kirn �:�.
Barrow i �.�. ner of D.I �
pewelry and gift shop in the Plaza.
and husband Macon Monk H.ir
rov opened the restaurant on I eb
lw Monk has been in the restau-
rant business tor six vt ,irs. helping
histhreesonsopen ubbies Monk's
( heeseburger! andtheDcK'khouse
in Beaufort .i - �
contains main ot th. ami iti n
the above restaurants ha i
Burgers shnmp : hes
chicken grills, hot dtgs,oi
beer and wirw - ;� � in? some ot
the menu's regular items rhese
items cost between SI for a fntd
orgrilledchickensand .vichtoS -
fortheRibeyeSteakSandwii h And
forearly risers M mlcsttTsbakes up
homemade buttern k I
starting at 6 a.m even momtng
The house spei tames are all s ned
with fries, slaw andatnasl lb
bread roll and include a Shrimi l -
fanner I shnmp. onion and -
pepper skewers I r fi
Steakster Dinner (sirlom, mush
rooms and green peppers skewers
for$4.95orthi BB-Qi hidtenWing
dinner basted with special sauci
tiT $3.95
Fhe genuine saucesare another
specials to Monksters Monk
rxists the invention i f his V heat
�vvamp sauce named tor his
hometown near Kinston) ino his
spicy cocktail sauci ' k- le s
favorite's are her own torriraki-
gingerand tangy vinegar sauces
It all this sounds good to you
the toKl may not be youronh at-
traction to Monksters Futureplans
include pH'l tables and live enter-
tainment on the deck this summer
We want tosayev en thine w i
sen e is homemade ra hmg is ever
frozen or pre-packaged We want
to promote a bright, tun a tmosphon
with old-fashioned good food,
Iane says
Monksters is open seven days
week from 6a.m. to 10 p m has a
drive-thru window nd serves
take-OOt So it von re in the mood
tor a fresh homemade meal at a
reasonable price, stop b
Monksters
By I isaMir'e jerTlfgafl
SI ,M tl lit! '
rheStudent I nion offeeh iset ommittt'knows
how to make E I laugh fr group has estaNished an
impeccable reputation �.� at- such well re i v ed arts as
ToddYohnanid Hie rramaclor? rontghtatSp.m Ihey
host Comedy Zone i omedian irl rong
"strong's humor is an original blend based heavily
on satire Thoughl provoking ind relatively clean by
today's sUetdards, Strong relates tolifeasoneseesitbul
adds .i slight twist
Strong's creative talents include impressions,
singine, and hara. tor .lovclopment Among his h-st
known characters is the hysterii .�1 Keverd and "I lave
Mercy
I lis v ers.jfilitv. stage pTCSeni e and flair have made
Stfl �ng one of the most sought after acts in the country
I fe has shareil the stage with sin h i tsashaka Khan,
Cladys Knight and the Pip. I NonM Warwick and
Smokey Robinson.
Strong's hometown p�ip�'r, the Milwiiukrc tntmd,
statesthat "comedy as an art hasvervfew prat titiners
worth the title f 'iWlwdJfl ' If t�dav's markclpla. e
( art Stronp is one mm Ii at list If comedian is well
f

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Tanning beds offer false claim
Carl Strong
known lor his energv, wit and ability to evolve to suit
his particular audiences Having extensive experience
in entertaining college students, his show at The Un-
derground is stm to be tailored to campus life
Unlike most comedians, Carl Strong does more
than tell jokes Heentertainsiria manner that is refresh
ing and exhilarating
I he I ndcrground locati-d in the Mendenhall Stu
dent( enter Admission is im Softdftnksandrnocktails
will be served and are alsi free of i h irgi
By Sheri 1 vnn lernigan
statt Vnler
Dd the following laimssound
tain.liar1
Tanning k-ds are much s.iter
than the sun rhere's �irtually no
risk i skm cancer from the use of
tanning beds as kmg is the indi-
vidual tans in modi r.itin 1 aiming
beds list- I V ta s a hk h tan and
filter out the burning I V Brays thai
causeskincani er En fair-skinned
people are safe in tanning beds
"I A A tanning is not safe tan-
ning M.irv Imslrv. registcnxi
rav technologist al the Student
I lealth (outer, slid
I'msloy provided proof to back
her tateinentmamodkal pamphlet
and magazine
The pamphlet published bv the
I Vpartment ol I lealth and I luman
s-r u os m Maryland and an article
in the M.i v l989issueotTriiwwiyCant
& Cancer both state th.it UVB ra-
diation is present along with LJVA
radiation, ami !th types of radia
ti(n are dangerous
�uii nding ti thear in le written
n i :��. , � � Ml i I n
radiation ma) cause burning, but
I radiation penetrates much
more deeply into the dermis re-
sulting in damaged tissue and loss
of elasticity, which is evidenced as
aging and v nnklmg.
I V A radiation can aboactasa
i an inogenk agent promotingcan-
i or
Furthermore, LA A radaaboti
ma) effect photosensttivity reac-
tions m individuals faking various
medications.
Dr IX'l.eo wntes. "LA'A tan-
ning should be vigorously dis-
i ouragod by phvsicians
fhe FDA also says "the-safer
than sun claims that tanning sa-
lonsuscaretalseandtheclairnsthat
indoor tanning improves one's
mental state circulation and
breathing are unproven.
Additionally, the FDA requires
indoor tanning devices to post
warning labels of the possible dan-
gers.
Suzanne Kellerman, health
educator at FCL said another risk
is the passing of vanous infections,
skin rashes and body lice from
person top s
Anotherdiscoveryisthatl A
tanning devices produce 1 ; tunes
more LA A than the sun produces
causing much deeper and slower
tans and e en burns
The hazards of LA A tanning
include skin atxl eye bums photo
sensitivity, cataracts, premature skm
aging, bhvxi esel damage and
reduced immunity.
Skin bums nviv range from
redness to painful blisters. Severe
eye burns cause sand) or gnttv
sensations a nd pink eves
Chemicals in certain foods
rnedicinesaixicinxticsmavcaust'
photosensitivitv where burning and
itching mav occur.
Cataracts, a condition where
the lens of the eve rxcomcs clouded
may be increased by UVAand L VI
radiation
Signs of repeated LA7 expo-
sureinevitablvresultsin premature
skin aging.
Finally, UVA and UVB radia-
tion may damage the blood vessels
in a sublayer of the skm, affecting
the body's immune system.
respite the dangers of tanning
See Tanning Page 10





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The first cut on "Uncle" is "Be-
yond this Horizon Itbegmswitha
barrage of guitar fire that gallops
like a hilly chanot ride to the end.
Mark Lanegan's lyncs speak of fan-
tastic lands and engulfing shadows
in a way that takes the listener on a
Tolkien-like day dream.
"Bed of Roses asks "were do
we stand now that its all over?" And
concludes, "I guess that you don't
care about it now Although
Lanegan's stories aren't always (or
usually) crystal clear, in this case it
is safe to say that this song is about
the stoic end to a semi-stoic rela-
tionship.
"Uncle Anesthesia frame-
works a Hendnx-esque guitar
foreground set to lyncsabout a man
wishing he was "a step away from
madness It is one of the best tracks
on the album.
"Storv of Her Fate is an up-
Daredevil
Her stories were clever, thought
provoking, and fresh.
Shedidn't wind upa singlestory
line in one issue, but instead used
her whole tenure on the title to weave
her story. N'ocenti brought Dare-
devil back to the top of sales She
kept the book there with her image
Tanning
Continued from page 13
devices, some people Mill use them
To minimize the nsks. one should
consult a doctor or pharmacist be-
fore tanning when using photosen-
sitizing products, weargoggles fol-
low the recommended time expo
stiresand seek medical attention it
anything abnomal occurs
beat song that has the most promise
of having some commercial success,
although I don't think radio stations
have mustered up the courage to
play real nKk music yet (except for
our own beloved WZMB) "Story of
Her Fate isa motivating song with
lyncs that are, well, catchy for lack
of a better phrase.
The last three songs on side A
are of a psychedelic nature That's
not to say that they were LSD in-
spired, but they would fit nicely into
the "Easy Rider" or "Apocalypse
Now" soundtracks
SideBstartsoff witha hip-jerker
called "Something About Today
that has a nervous ambiguity about
it that makes it magnetic
"Aiice said come on in. it's time
for bed now don't close the shades
until the twilight leaves is the be-
ginning and the end of the of first
verse of "Alice Said This song is
abouttheshamelessinfatuationofa
female friend.
'Time for Light "Disappear
ing" and "Ocean of Confusion" fill
up the second side nicelv, which
brings us to what may be the shin-
ing jewel of the album, the last song
"Closer" is a song that is very
comparable to an early im
Morrison; a transient tale about
comingcloser to the things that scare
us the most.
Along with the fear of pain,
love, destiny and death, comes curi-
osity. TrKmusicis highly st nurtured,
it creates a vortex ot intensity It is a
most appropriate way to end the
album.
'The Screaming Frees" have
createdasound that iscoldlvunique.
Their talent is legitimate and their
vision is far reaching. The 'Trees
area band poised for domination in
the coming decade
Continued from page 9
native storytelling. Nocenti will
definatelv be missed.
Nocenti got the privilege of
working with many fine artists on
her stay, including the one drawing
Daredevil now, Lee Weeks. Weeks
takes over from the fan fa von te John
Romita Jr. Romita did admirable
work on the sencs
Weeks looks as it he will tit
nicelv in with Daredevil His figures
presented nicelv and his presenta-
tion is attractive His style is not as
stnkingas Romita, but should work
as the new life-bnnger for the dy-
namic Daredevil.
Clarification
Ihe features section printed the article with the headline Pure
gold dancers are 24-karat" which appeared in the Feb. 21 editionol
The Fast Carolinian. The article dealt with the attairs ot an entirely
different group ot dancers Thearticle wasabout 77uC r ; Girls and
not The Pure GdUtDtncers. We now realize that the two groups are
two seperate entities
Wed: Comed) one
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promo A Sigma Pi present 4 bands
The East Carolinian is now accepting applications for
Staff Writers. Anyone interested should apply in person at
The East Carolinian office. The office is located on the
second floor of the Publications Building across from
Joyner Library.
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Association
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fFgffiW 26,1991
ECU play
home ga
By Kerry Nester
Assistant Sports ditor
Saturday night at Mmges oli
eum marked the last home game
lor three Pirate soni irs Tim Brown,
Stanley Love and Darreil Overtoil
olaved their hearts � ut ai I I
defeated UNC-WUmington 63 56
'This was a great win for
ECU head coach Mike Steeie
"Itwasgoodforourteamtocomein
here and compete like we did
a very tough year
UNC-W junior forward Bryan
Withers opened up the scoring with
a basket underneath
Pirate freshmen Lester Lyi r�s
then answered at the other end with
a three pomt basket to put :
ahead 3-2 with onlv 1 33 elapsed
the dock
After a Wilmin;
ECU forward tim Br wn I
a missed sin't underneath t
.i hrerton'and got ft uk I
but couldn't convert tht free I i
for the three-point . hescoi
was then 5-2 &
Both teams � ntii ted I
tremendously on both end
Boor.
Theenerg) ;�
pumped up all the pL
'To sum it up. I thii - tl
players on the flk x t -night pla
heir butt- ott L N Wilmingl
head coach Kevin Eastman sajd
Atter '��� Fun si me felt
questionable calls by the
the crowd ot 4 � t behind the
Pirates and made
Regarding the refen -
wanted to make sui
staved focused, ichStei said
Midway through th�.
the Pirates found themsel -
jb) three points at 17-14,1
n 18-foot jumper I
UN( senior forward S H
lernev then connected on a three-
iTennis team
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By Kerry Nester
Assistant sports Fditor
ECU'S men - tennis team
Mavevi in three thatches over the
weekend against, Davidson Vir-
ginia Common wealth and the
University ot Virginia but only
managed to pick up newin which
was again-t Davidson
On Friday, the Pirates, were
matched up against Davidson and
came away with a 6- 3 �ictorv
Juan Alvarez. Sammy Tounsi
Jon McLamb and John Hudson all
won their singles matches for the
Pirates in two sets Hudson onlv
Mavod part ot one sot after his or
xment, foey Manflo withdrew
rom the match with an iniir
The doubles teams ot
McLamb Marku avsolo and
Tounsi Camiel Housraanabo were
both victorious winning r-4 , 7-6
and 7-5,6-2.
ECU'S Andre Moreau and
Marku Savsolo dropped their
number two and five singles
matches, and the number one
seeded doubles team of Alvarez
Moureau also fell m their match, 6-
7,6-1 and 6-7.
On Saturday, the Pirates lost to
Virginia Cornmonwraith Univer-
sity by a 5-1 margin. The lone Pirate
victory was Sammy Tounsi, who
won a tough match, 7-6,4-6,6-4
Doubles play was suspended
on Saturday due to darkness. It
would not have saved ECU a victory
because the Pirates were math-
emahcallv eliminated from winning
the match after being down 5-1
The Pirates faced off against
Atlantic Coast Conference foe Vir-
ginia in a match that also suspended
doubles play. The only Pirate vic-
tory came a t the number one spot as
AlvarezcarrefTom behind to win 4-
6,6-4 and 7-5.
See Tennis, Page 12
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5
.
Continued from page 9
most promise
imercial success,
ik radio stations
the courage to
It vet (except tor
IZMB) Storyol
fating S.M1C. With
atch tor lack
ngs on side A
nature That s
wore I SP in
K fitnicel) into
pocal pse
h.i hip lerkor
kxH roda
i ntv about
mi in it's hme
s theshades
about the shameless infatuation of a
female friend.
Time tor light "Disappear-
ing And "Ocean of C"ontusion" till
up the second side nicety, which
brings us to what may bo the shin-
ing jewel of the album the last song.
Closer' is a song that is very
comparable to an early im
Morrison; a transient tale about
conungclosor to the things that scare
us the most
Along with the tear (it pain.
love destiny and death, comescuri-
osit) rhemusicishighl) structured,
itcrealesa vortex of intensirv It is a
most appropnate wa to end the
album
The Screaming rrces have
seated a sound that iscold I vunicuo
I heir talent is legitimate and their
ision is t.ir peaching I ho rrees
tirst area Kind poised lor domination in
ng is the coming decade
Continued from page 9
will work on the series
Weeks looks as it ho will tit
nicely in with Daredevil Hisfigures
ts on presented niceh and his presenta-
tion is attractive His styte is not as
? strikingasRomita butshouldwork
lohn as the new life-bringcr tor the dy
rable namk Daredevil.
Clarification
nnted the article with the headline Pure
; peared in the Feb. 21 edition ol
��lit w ith the affairs ol an entirelv
� � � ivasabout �� rrsand
realize that the two groups are
iccepting applications for
d should apply in person at
fhe office is located on the
ions Building across from
library.
I GROUPS:
) MONEY?
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n d e d
Fe8Mry 26J 991
Bhz iEagt (Earolinian
ii
SPORTS
ECU plays last
home game
By Kerry Nester
ssis�ant Sports Editor
Saturday night at MingesColi-
jeuin marked the last home game
foi three Piratesoniors. Tim Brown,
Stanley I ove and DarreU Overton
plaved their hearts out. and ECU
teated LJNC-WUrnington,63-56.
This was a great win for us
i I head coach Mike Steele said.
. isgoodtbrourteamtocomein
hen1 and compete like we did after
tough voar.
IMC-W junior forward Bryan
� s ipened up the scoring with
ket underneath.
r.ite freshmen 1 ester Lyons
nsvt ered at the other end with
v point basket to put ECU
: i-2withoruy 1 33 elapsed on
vk
tter .1 Wilmington misfire,
toward Tim Brown followed
sod shot underneathb) Hanvll
� m and got toukxj on the arm
hi Id n t convert the free throw
� - the three-point piay 1 he scon?
as then 5-2, EC1
Both teams continued to hustle
� mendously on both ends of the
floor
I'he energy level of this rivalry
pumped up all the players.
To sum it up, I think the 10
ivers on the floor tonight played
� butts oft UNC- Wilmington
: coach Kevin Eastman said.
ttor what some felt wen-
questionable calls by the officials,
rowd of 4300 got behind the
ites and made a lot of noise.
Regarding the referees, we
tnted to make sun our players
lyed focused Coach Steel said.
Midway through the tirst halt,
Pirates found themselves down
three points at 17-14, following
s tcxit jumper by Love.
i i IV senior forward Scott
nev then connected on a three
pointer to put the Seahawks ahead
by six at 20-14.
ECU then ran off six straight
unanswered points, including a
three-pointer hvT.vonswhohnished
the game with 15pointsandaPirate
single game record seven steals.
The two squads continued to
trade Kisketsas the first half ended,
and neither team was able to estab-
lish a comfortable lead.
lust before halftime with six
seconds left on the dock, ECU jun-
ior guard Robin House made a
layup, and the Pirates went into the
locker room with a four-point lead
at 34-30.
"During halftime, we knew that
Wilmington wouldn't lose the
game Coach Steele said. "We told
our players that they had to go out
and win the game
The Pirates wasted no time in
getting on the board in the second
half
Overton connected on .1 10
ttHt h(Hik shot with only 16 seconds
elapsed to put the Pirates ahead V�-
X)
ith the Pirates leading 44-35,
theSeahawks went ona seven -point
scoring run and hold the Pirates
scoreless tor 4 is
House then got folded on a
three-point attempt and went tothe
line to shoot throe He connected on
att threeattemptsand went ona run
of his own. scoring nine straight
points tor the Pirates
ECU called a timeout attor
Overton committed a foul in the
lane with 4:14 remaining with the
score 33-32 in favor of the Pirates.
Following the timeout, the
Seahawks connected on one of two
tree throws to tie the game at 53.
1 y ms then made a steal for the
Pirates and dished off to Kevin
Armstrong tor the easy layup at the
other end of the court.
After a Wilmington timeout,
Gast aims to match
last year's record
Dail R��d � ECU Photo Lab
Freshman guard Lester Lyons soars to the basket lor two of his 15
points m Saturday's game against UNC W ECU won the game 63 56
I yons penetrated the lane and con-
nected on an 8 foot jumper in the
paint to put the Pirates upby ton rat
57-53.
rheSeaha wks were then forced
to foul tor fhe rest of th game And
the Pirates responded by 1 onnei t
ing on si straight free throw 5
Lor the game, the Pirates were
21 of29fTomthecharit) stripefor73
percent.
House Brushed with a game
high points and Brown pulled
down 14 rebounds to help the Pi-
ratescontrol the boards witha41-31
advantage.
I he win lifted the Pirates to 12-
15 for rheseason and 4-10inconfer-
ence play as the) prepare lor next
weekend S tournament in Rich
mond, a
ITie Pirates will have to plav
(exceptionally to advance, as thev
an- matched up against the Rich-
mond Spiders
"Richmond's the best team
heading into the tournament
Coach Steele said
By Chad Grier
Special to the Fast Carolinian
ECU's baseball team is coming
off of its best season ever, and an
integral part of last year's success
returns to lead the Pirates in 1991;
his name is John "Big Bear" Cast.
To Pirate baseball fans. Cast is
the big, junior third bast-man who
hits for power He had nine home
runs last year and steals bases with
surprising quickness He had 30
stolen bases in the '90seasonfolead
the Colonial Athletic Association.
But to teammates and fnends,
"Big Bear" is an easy-going broad-
casting major who isjusttrvingtofit
in with the eastern North Carolina
lifestyle.
"I just started chewing tobacco
about two weeks ago Gast said. "I
was the only one on the team who
didn't chew, and everybody called
me a Yankee because of it"
ScntorEC I pitcher John White
says that (.ast is now rare!) seen
without a hunk of l.evi Garret!
packed inside his mouth.
"Every time! sec Bear he's got
a big gnn and a stream of tobacco
juice running down his cheek
White sud
While (.ast may be a novice at
chewing tobacco, he's no stranger
to success in athletics.
Cast earned 11 letters in bas-
ketball, baseball and football at
Baltimore sMcDo nosh High School
in Maryland. He was all-state in
baseball for two years and as a
football quarterback his senior year.
After closing the door on foot-
ball recruiters from Honda, Rich-
mond and West V ugina. Cast ac-
cepted a base-ball scholarship to
Auburn University
I love football 'sometimes I
wish that I would have-stuck with
it Cast said
Pirate baseball tans an1 glad he
didn't After one vear at Auburn,
John Gast
Gast followed a hunch and trans-
ferred to ECU to play for Coach
Gary Overton. Two stellar seasons
with the Pirates raised interest
among professional scouts.
Gast was chosen in last year's
major league baseball draft by the
world champion Cincinnati Reds.
However, he turned down the
money and opted to sta in school.
"Barring injury or a horrible
vear, my stock should nso with the
scouts this season Cast said. " My
dream and goal is to plav profes-
sionally and maybe this year will be
the right time
But for now anvwav, Cast is a
Pirate. He says that he loves play-
ing at home in front of the huge
crowds that show up at Hamngton
Field for annual games with N.C.
State and North Carolina
"The fans pump everyone up
and make me and the team play at
a higher level, Cv,t said. Those
games are a lot of fun
But it is the conference games
that reallv count. And Cast has re-
sponded to the challenge of CAA
games by hitringa home run against
everv conference rival except UNC-
Wilmington.
"It has to be a sweep Cast
said. "I'm going deep against the
Seahawks this vear
See Gast. Page 12
Tennis team Batsmen look to continue domination over Tar Heels
overcomes
Davidson,
Greensboro
By Kerry Nester
Assistant Sports Editor
ECU'S men's tennis team
: lyed m three'matches over the
ekend against. Davidson. Yir-
. nia Commonwealth and the
� rsitv of Virginia, but only
iged topickuponewin, which
i igainst Davidson
1 Hi Friday, the Pirates were
mat hed up against Davidson and
tme away with a 6-3 victory.
luan Alvarez, Simmy Tounsi,
on M Limb and lohn Hudson all
won their singles matches for the
Pirates in two sets. Hudson only
played part of one sot after his op-
p inent, loev Manilo, withdrew
fr an the match with an injury.
The doubles teams of
McLambMarku Savsolo and
I uinsiCamiel Housmanalsowere
both victorious, winning 6-4 , 7-6
.md 7-5,6-2.
ECU'S Andre' Moreau and
Marku Savsolo dropped their
number two and five singles
matches, and the number one
seeded double team of Alvarez
Moureau also fell in their match, 6-
7,6-1 and 6-7.
On Saturday, the Pirates lost to
Virginia Commonwealth Univer-
sity by a 5-1 margin. The lone Pirate
victory was Sammy Tounsi, who
�von a tough match, 7-6,4-6,6-4.
Doubles play was suspended
on Saturday due to darkness. It
would not have saved ECUa victory
because the Pirates were math-
ematically eliminated from winning
the match after being down 5-1.
The Pirates faced off against
Atlantic Coast Conference foe Vir-
ginia in a match that also suspended
�doubles play. The only Pirate vic-
tory came at the number one spot as
Alvarezcame from behind to win 4-
6,6-4 and 7-5.
See Tennis, Page 12
By Amy Edwards
Staff Writer
Wednesday's baseball game
against UiC-Chapel Hill,although
not a conference match, should en-
tertaina standing-roomonlv crowd
again this vear. The game, ECU's
fifth home game this season, will
begin at 3 p.m. at I larrington Field.
ECU, 3-1, hopes to keep alive
the two-game winning streak
against the Tar Heels, who are 5-1
on the season. 1 .ast vear ECU won
2-1 in Greenville and 8-1 in I INCs
Boshamer 'stadium.
The Pirates come off a three-
game series this past weekend with
Howard University. In the series,
ECU defeated the Bison 13-3 Satur-
day. In Sunday's double-header,
ECU won both games, -4 and 7-0.
Meanwhile, UNC swept Seton
I lall in a three-game series, 10-4, 6-
4 and 8-5, and will face l. bastal
Carolina today at 3 p.m.
Both the Pirates And the Tar
Heels tost quite a few players from
last season's squadsdue to gradua-
tion and the professional baseball
draft. Both teams lost their two top
pitchers, two intielders each and
their entire starting outfielders.
Despite the losses, each team
returns some key starters from last
vear Lor the Pirates, junior catcher
Tommy Eason and seniors lohn
(last (third base), Berry arron
(shortstop) and Corey Short (first
base) return to face the Tar Heels.
UNC's biggest void to fill was
the double plav connection of
shortstop Ron 1aurer and second
baseman Dave rendas In their
places, senior Darren Villam and
freshman keith (.runewald work
to replace the duo.
Sophomore Donrae Leshnock
will return behind the plate. Per-
haps UNC's biggest threat is senior
first basemanSteveEstniff,whohit
.384 with 15 home runs and 73 RBI
last season. He was also named
preseason All-America this season.
This season several players are
already putting up some impres-
sive numbers for the Pirates. In
Saturday's game against Howard,
Marron had one homer and three
RBI s. Cast was 2-for-3 with one
home run and sophomore outfielder
David Ijeistenand outfielder Stanol
Morse each had two hits.
Tar Heels having impressive
ones this weekend against Seton
Hall were Villam. senior nght fielder
relief pitcher Brad Woudall and
)unior designated hitter Mark
Kingston, who had four RBl's and a
homer onSunday.
es sweep doubleheader against
Robinson earns save, allows Howard only one run
By Matt Mumma
Sports Editor
On a cold and rainy day unfit
for baseball and the watching
thereof, the Pirates played a
doubleheader against Howard
University, sweeping both games
5-4 and 7-0.
Sophomore pitcher Jim
Ambrosius started the game for the
Pirates and got the win despite al-
lowing three of Howard's first four
runners to cross the plate. Junior
Scott Robinson came into the game
in the fifth inning and sealed his
first save while striking out three.
ECU had a slow first game and
only managed three hits. Howard,
though, had problems in the field,
committing errors in crucial situa-
tions which allowed ECU to score
or to get in scoring position.
In the second inning, junior
Tom Moye ended up on third base
after a pick-off attempt went awry.
Another error on senior Cory
Reddick's ground ball sent Moye
home and put ECU up 3-2. The
Pirates scored two runs in the sec-
ond inning without getting one hit.
But the Pirates had their own
trouble fielding in thesecond inning.
Junior John Gast overthrew senior
Corey Short at first base that gave
. Howard an opportunity to score.
Howard got three hits in the inning
and scored two runs.
The Bisons also got two hits in
the third inning to tie the score 3-3
and it seemed that Ambrosius was
having trouble.
Some excellent coaching in the
fourthga ve the Pirates the lead again
for keeps. SophomoreStancil Morse
advanced Short to second base after
he was walked. Short then stole
third and juniorGlynn Beck stepped
up to hit a towering fly Kill to deep
center field which scored Short. A
run scored without a hit.
Move then came to bat and hit
his first home run of the year. That
made the score 5-3.
ECU still had problems gener-
ating any offense and barely
squeaked by with a 5-4 win.
Howard's senior DarreU
M(xxly kept the Piratessluggersoff
balance as they hit easy pop flies
Mi RNd - ECU H�o Lab
Tommy Eason and his teammates take a breather in the dugout between innings.The Pirates won all three
games against Howard University over the weekend ECU faces UNC Wednesday at 2 p m
and slow grounders. Had it notbeen
for Robinson, who came in and
slowed the Bison's hitting frenzy,
ECU could well ha ve lost the game.
In the fifth, Robinson allowed
no hits and struck out the side to
end his first inning of play He came
back out in the sixth, after ECU
went down in order, and walked
the lead off batter.
Senior Howard Housedoubled
to bring his teammate home, but
Robinson recovered and got out of
the inning by throwing strikes and
getting ahead of the batters.
After the Pirates failed to give
Robinson any room which to work,
he again came out and struck out
the side to end the game.
The second game against
Howard wasa bit different from the
first as ECU smashed Howard's
Daryl Carter for five runs and five
hits before he left the game.
Senior Berry Narron got a
single, a double and a triple but
missed his chance in the sixth for a
home run. Gast recorded a double
and two stolen bases to lead the
Pirates.
For some reason, ECU used
four pitchers in the game and all but
sophomore Warren Hall, who was
in for the last inning, gave up only
one hit in the 7-0 shutout.
See DoubfchMdtr. page 12





12 etic �aat (Carolinian February 26. 1991
Doubleheader
Continued from page 11
rhe tirt inning started off weS
tot the Pirates. Starting pitcher
lohrmy Beck retired the first three
batters he faced in a row N.irron s
tad ofl double in the bottom of the
first was thrown cut after attempt-
ing to steal third.
i .ast stole second alter being
walked and junior Pommy Eason
drove him home with the game
winning single up the middle
In the third, lk k again retired
the Bisons threeina row and arron
led oft the inning with a triple
The fourth inning was kuuti
fulforECU. Beck, who had been hit
b a pitch, scored on a double b
freshman I leathClark. Narron hit a
single to center that v ored C lark in
Tennis
a close play at the plate and Cast
doubled to bring in Narron. When
the dust had lilted the hrates were
ahead 5-0 and the game was scaled
up
EC I scored two more times,
and KBI by Clark in the tilth and
another by Short in the sixth, and
held I toward to a mere three hits in
all.
Continued from page 11
EC I isnowl-3ontheyearand were number one seed Sanna The doubles winners were
I return to action in ortolk. Va. Heinila,captain Jennifer I entonand FentonBuck who lost their first sel
2-6 but came back to win the match
a: I ld l ominion on Feb 2 kelK Buck
Kl women's tennis team The tirst six matches were
als, s.n action over the weekend even!) split at thrcv apiece so the
they traveled to the University of match would be decided b the
North Carolina at (ireensboro and doubles play. E I cameawax with
. inn awa) with a 5-4 win two wins out of the three doubles
I he singles v inners tor ECU matches to seal the w in.
6-3 and 6-3. Kim HarveyHeinila
smashed theiropponents6-0and6-
I he Lady Pirates, now l-l on
the year, return to action Feb. 27al
PeaceC ollege in Raleigh.
Gast
Continued from page 11
But foi all of the success he has
il at II (last holds the
� �rol leading the team
in run bei I tune being hit bv a
! ast ear alone he was hit 16
; : ; nU tiers
I w ish that ihe would -tv��f
.�, .it me C .ast said
Don t teel s'tr for "Big Bear' Italktoheronthephoneaftergames
though, he lias ,i girlfriend who that she can't make it to Gast said
keeps his spirits high and his "I like it better when she's hen'
mu seles loose though;shegivesa great massage
It i .ast exploits his potential
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The East Carolinian, February 26, 1991
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