The East Carolinian, February 28, 1991






�fj� iEaat (Eartfltman
Serving the East Carolina campus community since 1925
Vol.64 No.79
Thursday, February 28, 1991
Greenville, North Carolina
Circulation 12.000
14 Pages
Allies declare cease-fire in Persian Gulf
tin.
By Blair Sk inner
l'W I illtl't
ed coalitu � '
in the Persian,ult War
ihr. � . � � vastotal
commenced and six weeks since
thr start of operation desert storm,
alll nited States and coalition forces
I'residei I Rush an will suspend offensive comKit op
;ht that the erations Bush said in a broadcast
i cease speei li Wednesdav nighl
Bush focused on the liberation
cl ol Kuwait
lnesda it .�� : ea tern Kuwait is now in the hands ol
; ii I ' � Kuwaitis ui control ot their own
Ih Seen destin hosaid VVeshareintheii
ne the jo a jo tempered onl In out
'� ' ' latl compassion tor thou �rdea I he
ir ci ilition Kuwaiti flag once again flies above
eased to announce the capital of a free and sovereign
i '� dnesdav) nation and the merican flag flies
'� I .k tl 11 �! al ive i ur ('nibi
: perations Bush continued his speech bv
SG A to hold special
election for treasurer
stressing national pride
"his is not a time for euphoria,
i ertainly not a time to gloat, but it is
a time ol pride, Bush said "Pride
in our troops, pride in the tnrnds
who stood with us in the cnsis.
pride in oui nation and the people
whoso strength and resolve made
ii ton quit k. decisive and ust
Iliis is a k tor) tor th I Inited Na-
tions, for a 11 mankind, for the rule ot
law and for what is right"
I he coalition terms for the
v i ,ih' tiro in hide
�Iraq must immediately release
all coalition prisoners of war. third
i nunrry nationals and soldier's re-
mains
� Iraq must release all Kuwaiti
detainees
�lraqalso must inform Kuwaiti
authorities of the location and na
turc ot all land and sea mines
�Iraq must ompl) full) w ith
all relevant I Inited Nations' So nnt
Council resolutions I hisincludesa
rescinding o( Iraq's August deci
smn to annex Kuw ail
�Iraq must a i ept in print iple
theresponsibilitytopa) t ompensa
tion tor the loss damage nA injury
its aggressi �n has caused
�The Iraqi government must
designate military representatives
within 48 hiturs to meet with allied
military ottu iaK to arrange details
li
an skinnet
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trades wi - � -
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i. lv. this
� dittu u 11 again
' � � hen vou sigi i ton rui
tor offit i vou'n pi ing I give us
lo al the right to c hot k vour grades and
als, i the right I k then next
semester And it ou A,v. I have
11 �
nas said I l �
. in ,vi �� tl al �� n
pre cd i il � - t it was
ind checked at the beginning ol the
vear, rhomassaid lie kintoa
� t'other things about what's best
� ident for this University, what's best for
student government Would it be
best to tak I n il I ttici H this
: llinel tinv the veai ot ol
: . 26 ' � i have 1 thinkaboul
lati in mas said he did not expect
hiel � " . indents I run for tn isurer
: the special ekx ti(n
tSC.A Most peoph thai i .� I i
Otfk e lie vt ear 1 think w I : �
� . � : :� until the big � kx tion he said I
. � . . � . wouldn t like to run through two
new. proo elections myseM
of the cease fin challenges he said 'But wi n
Bush warned that tin cease assist , ��-����� intm
fire is not a declaration of peao the region and be a il st or peao
This suspension of offensive Ahead ot u non tl
iomh.it operations is contmgenl t.i� I � inngap tential histork
upon Iraq s not finm; upon am ;� i. �
coalition forces and not launching ntmuod ittenipting I
any Scud missilesagamst any other smooth relation1 betweei I
i ountry he said I mttx.lSt.il andthepeopk I Iraq
i: Iraq violates these terms. You the peopli t Ira
oaliti nl � Aillbefnvti iresume no! r enei - I '�'� I
military operations not seel i I� �� i �� I
I oking I .� :r Is the futun I I i
Bush said thi nited Statcsw illnot Coalil loi fought l
dommati p I ir planning in the i i last resort � : k torv i I I
n gii n thedav vvl � � I I . ; �
rherei in be ind will be, no prepired l : � th l
h lv Amei icai u i r toall these noigl : i
'Buccaneer' faces
possible shut down
l Shaw nanance
Spe i.il tn I In- ,ist.ir-ilim.in , ,
Overdue deadlii ishortagi thl - mi
stafl and a la k ol .tudenl bod,
support for th k (ould rd ha
mean I il I tl Bu thevearl k.bul - - � � -
aiu r to do something about it this t
Media Board . - rsonl ran Ion t lib
r' ha
had a historv of pi ms, especial h neei
m meetn . . � �
� �" ' enl � � caiuvi
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� � � ' - � � resigned
atthi Med I enough I indie
fieri - not �

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1 raier said Harrell resigned fpr � �
mainl) bet ause sin . I ol
whelmed 1
not have the stair to A � '
I he star' beei rl
hard, but thn i to tour peoj
work I is iiist not enouj thei
Fraziersaid hadprobl ms pi enl I a pro) - toi
findinj petent, reliable people ' k at the Media Boa
to take on the operation, and, out i I
16,000 plus students no one has ' "
even applied to be editor ot the dividi : l not I
yearbook nextyeai �� Yearbook page 3
� � nd Lewis i I
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Art contest
entries on
display in
Mendenhall
By LeClair Harper
Assistant News Editor
The works ot E( artists an-
on display in the Medenhall Gal
lery as part of the Wl llumina Art
Competition
Works b) about 30 artists.
chosen from about 120 entries, will
be in Mendenhall until March 8.
A $150 hrst place pne was
awarded to C.C.E. Walter tor the
lithograph "Unfitted Figure M.C.
3"
A $100 second pn?e was
awarded to Catherine Blackburn
for an oil and acrylic entitled Fight
Pole
A $75 third pnze wasa warded
to David LeeCherrv for the intaglio
"Cod Will Provide Himself a Limb
for a Burnt Offering
Five Honorable Mention
awards of $25 were also awarded.
They went to Marc Edward
Sylvestre, Scott Eagle, Keith
Hobgood, Steve Reid and Terra)
Worthem.
Some students expressed con-
cern that Walker has already had
her thesis show. Many felt that she
See Art, Page 3
RodnA. Strickland � ECU Photo Lib
Car and Fire Hydrant done in oil and acrylic by Dan Cassity. is on
display in Mendenhall Student Center
INSIDE THURSDAY
Rodnay Strickland � ECU Photo Lab
Madonna and Fish done in ink, charcoal, pencil and acrylic by Scott Eagle, won honorable mention in the
llumina Art Show The show will be on display in Mendenhall Student Center until March 8
Editorial 4 The blame for Randy Royal's dismissal lies within the enforcement of the SGA rulesFeatures 7 The Voice of America plays an important role in international newsSports 11 ECU Pirates lose to the UNC Tarheels in baseball. 2-1 on a 10th inning home run
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Serving the I ast Carolina campus community since 192i
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Thursday. February 28. 1991
Greenville, North Carolina
Ciro lath 12 000
14 Pages
Allies declare cease-fire in Persian Gulf
1 Blati Skinnei
i iniiTH'ni i and si
Lift ol i iperation
me, national prul
� Iraq must n lease all Kuwaiti ot thi east" tin

ol Ki
fTiisisn it a time for euphoria, detainees
ul iiit a time to rjo.it but it is Hraqalso must inform Kuwaiti ti
f pnde Bush said Pride authorities ot the location and na
� troops pnde in the friends ture of all land and sea mines
� vith us ui the nsis lraq must romph lullv with
ii nation and th� people all relevant I nitod Nations'Sevunt
I rent; th and resolve made l �uncilres�lutions rhisinohidi
rescinding ol Ir.i , '� igusl de
sion to annex Kuwait
� Iraq must i ept in prii
tin n poi ibilitv ti - pa i omp nsa
tor the tion t thi�! � lamae ind
its aggressu m has an d
�The Iraqi government must
pi � � ol war third designate militan, � � � � � � � I
als and soldier's re within 48 hour I ��
rniht.ir otfn ta I irra ietai
; . �
� !� i �ive .mil iist
� � thi I nitil i
list immnil.ltrlvrrlrast'
SG A to hold special
election for treasurer

� i
Art contest
entries on
display in
Mendenhail
Bv LeClair Harpei
Assistant .ns I liitur
rhe works ol ! �
on displa in the Medenhall al
lerv .is part 't the bKM llumina rt
c ornpetition
V�rks h about HI artists
chosen from about 120 entnes
be in Mendenhail until Mar. h R
A $150 tirst plair prize was
awarded to E Walker tor the
lithograph "I nfitled Rgure M .
5
A SltlO second prize was
awarded toathenne Blackburn
foranotland at r lie entitled 'Eight
Pole"
A $75 third pne wasawarded
to David Lee Cherryfortheintaglio
"(,ii ill Prov ide I hrnsell a 1 amb
tor a Burnt Offering
Five Honorable Mention
.iwards of $25 were also awarded.
Thev went to Marc Edward
Svlvestre, Scott Eagle, Keith
Hobgood, Steve Reid and Ferrel
Worthem.
Some students expressed con-
cern that Walker has already had
her thesis show Many telt that she
See Art, Page 3


'Buccaneer' faces
possible shut down
l'� Sha w :i.iham e
i
i
. � .
-
� -
V0d-DOOK
Car and Fire Hydrant done in oil and acrylic
display in Menaenhall Student Center
Rortr�. sCH,Jna g�y Pholo
by Dan Cassity is
L ir-
on
INSIDE THURSDAY
Rodn�y Strickland � ECU Pholo Lab
Madonna and Fish done in mk. charcoal pencil and acrylic by Scott Eagle won honorable mention in the
Momma Ad She -v The show will be on display m Mendenhail Student Center until March 8
Editorial 4 The blame tor Randy Royal's dismissal lies within the enforcement of the SGA rulesFeatures 7 The Voice ot America plays an important role in international newsSports 11 ECU Pirates lose to the UNC Tarheels m baseball, 2-1 on a 10th inning home run
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should not be in the competition
since, in essence, she has completed
hei graduate ait studies, according
to Patrick Doughtert), the chair ot
the isual arts committee
1 k s.iul that the competition
was open to .ill students and since
Walker is taking two classes she
could not be disqualified.
I fcnighert) said thai in the fu
lure they will probabh limit the
competition to students who have
not completed their theses
1 he llumina competition arne
just two weeks after the Rebel art
competition
We do have some uork in this
how that was rejected b) dw Rebel
show Doughtert) said This en
ables students to have a second
1 haiueat having their work shown,
since the judging ol art works is
subjective, Doughert) said.
Next year, they will hold then
show ir. a different semestei than
the Rebel, it possible Doughtert)
said
I lie works chosen to be in the
show were judged by Margie
Worthington, a visiting lecturer at
I NOW.
Worthington received her
Masters ot Fine Arts in ceramics
trom ECU.
Yearbook
Continued from page 1
and take these jobs themselves
Second thev proposed .1 writ
contest with cash prizes that
w(iuldcomerromcarry-overmone)
trom pre ions earbooks.
rhe winners would receive
bylines and the yearbook w ould gel
theiop it needs
yearbook in magazine tor
mal that could be distributed twice
a semestei was suggested as an al
tematn e
m what I understand a lot
� ' schools have gone to this
tvp ol format and don t have a
yearbook anymore Coble said
its essentialh loss, pensi e and
is a nicer formal
We nc 'ur proposal, Hit 1
� � � tlunk the board ompre
lodthot?r�wit of thesituation
� : aid rhe a mt I I
wait and see what the students
thought but waiting is making it
worse There are so mam other
possibilities. Yearbook magazines
are much less expensive And less ol
a hassle I think, tor the students, we
should eut our losses and not put
out something that wouldn't Ix1 up
to personal standards
oble s,ud It students com-
plain enough to the Media board,
the may decide to save the year-
book I think we should scrap the
lHk this i,ir I hero isn't much
hope ol sav ing it
1 here will he another Media
board meetingMonda) March4
We (the Media Board) are be
ing as supportive .is we can ol the
yearbook Fraziei said At our next
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Opinion
4. T
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m 23. 1991
System to blame for loss of Royal
two
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� � rtol handle
A'itl their
in has
the set
. � I homas
fat ! GA's
w i irded, no n �
knew quite what to do
st A and administrative officials agree
Royal has done an outstanding job as
urei After all he planned and orga-
ized the Si0,000 appropriation from St
keep foyner I ibrary from reducing its
� hours
I h �m is who eventually asked Royal
to tep down, admits he faced a dilemma.
I. � iv are two ways you can Ux�k at it:
as tar as going by the book and looking at
. . . e;ood a job Randy's done he said.
1 trades have) never been checked before
in the second semester - ever, not saying
that it's right or wrong
But Thomas is not to blame tor this
either I he fact that no one had bothered to
enforce this rule before is the the real prob-
Regardless ot her reasons. Nicholson
should be commended tor taking a stand on
I lis issue tor the students and f r the integrity
ot the S .A
Rules were made to bebroken Whoever
originally made this statement never held a
position oi authority and leadership. As
tr asurer Randy Royal became a role model
foi the s A and the student body And as
the "guinea pig" tor a previously ignored
rule under the Constitution, he hat! to pay
the price
Brnup
MeAscy reNm
0f A tOlUT
Letters To The Editor
Medi.i official
to uphold GPA
standards
rton ' � ht s
iittii a. � ti Mi,ill. releasing
Kan.I �� il si rPA, - hi h an
ired I uesday, eh 2 is the
best headline sory I have seen
m a long time in this newstt
pet
tf only does it Uarlv
expose the lack ot integrity ot
Some ot our s ,A members d e
homas' not wanting to rock a
nooth running ship') but it
rnntort es to tho fl students
rh.it iti. �' does get served in
time
As rh� chairperson of the
Media Board, I attempt to en
sure that the student sot this uni-
versity w ill be brought quality
formsof media, while.it the-same
time upholding the academic
standards of the policies we have
adopted. I follow theseruJesand
will rock the boat" if a media
head, a member of a media staff
or a board member does not meet
our CiPA standards
What is best for this uni-
versity is to uphold and improve
our standards for academic per
formance After all, that is pri-
marily what we a re here fonsn't
Wl
F ran Fraier
Media Board Chairperson
Seniors feel
slighted by new
graduation plan
To The Editor:
Feb. 11 is a little late for
ECU to tell summer graduates
that they will not be allowed
to participate in the spring
commencement ceremonies.
Many of us who are in this
category have been told we
could participate and have al-
ready paid the required fees,
collected our cap and gown
and ordered announcements,
for which I am sure we will not
be refunded or able to cancel.
As you stated vJhe East
See Letters Page 5
Headphonites lost in 120 decibels
By Jason Johnson
Fditorial Columnist
Alright! Get those damned
things off of your head'
That's right I'm talking to
all o! vou people out there who
wear those funny little head
phones on your bead when vou
are with the rest nf the population
t- �'u pretend not to notice
how much it bothers us, but we
know you realize il
ITie general population un-
derstands that there are some
people who feel the need to drop
out ot the mainstream ot society.
Thev must do something to sepa-
rate themselves trom their sur-
roundings when they are forced
to crawl out of their holes and
mingle with the normal elements
ot America's populace
However, 1 thought it im-
portant tor you headphone
weirdos to realize you bug the hell
out of the rest ot us
It is dangerous to .walk
around in utter oblivion to the
world around vou and one ot
these days v ou will realize this
You will be walking down a
busy street (it you could call a
( ireem ille street buss with our
tnistv Walkman strapped to your
hipand yourttny littlebrainblaster
mounted across your empty cra-
nium You will have the volume
turned up to 11, so you can catch
every subtle nuance of the latest
Mentally Distorted- teenage-
Mutant ew Vanilla Rap-Kids
on thc-Icy Hammered Block
tune
Then it w ill happen ou will
feel .i grvt shadow descending
over sou and look up iust m time
to se( ti ton IVterbuilt (that's
been laying en its lK) decibel air
horn for the last 5flfl feet) slam
mercilessly into sour frail, boney
body Oh, what a shame
Now see. if you had just lis-
tened to that new tape on the
million dollar home stereo system
vou bother your neighbors with.
you could have spared your
worthless little life
Besides recklessly endan-
gering yourselves, vou headphone
geeks insist on trying to carry on
conversations with those ot us in
the hearing" world
I know that the concept of a
conversation with two sides to it is
foreign to vou, but try locompre
hend what I'm saying here
When someone tries to talk
to a person with headphones on
it's a hit-or-miss proposition. If
the headphonite h.ipp i
glancing in your direi ti
might iust be able t. .
understand a word or
certainl not a phras
nitelv not an entire thou
I orev.imp'u . hi '
up to I 'IH Ot th( i ' ' .
tn. sav lave you seei
up there at the Miui !�! �
er prtx essinj
own special ' wa v' i
Dropout rep
dooi '� li I ;ivi
den' ' r -
At this point I iisua
m top m co. o up on I
o the human race k
with 'lit pn per n inn it
we arc do mcd ti a ' I
full of musn al dn:
5� ilthi ugh �. i -
aw a from a sen iety ol
blasters and boom � �
steadi Iv mo ing ti � . ir I
America full of m
zombified, self is
Walkmanites
Well I hope tfwit I
yoti hi an n't affi t
terrible affliction .
spread the word to th. i
HE Y( 1( vt ES.YOL
I 1 GET rHOSE DAM
n-t!NGS )FF( H YO '
Students seek active role in government
Bv William H.Thorpe Jr.
Fditorul C ulumnisl
�students must take greater
advantage (t the lessons ot the
1960s and earlv 1970b, when the
collective political activities oi
young people committed to
change had a significant impact
n national policies.
With similar organization
and commitment, students could
'V en. i me their powerlessnessand
help shape state and national
policy on the issues that concern
us todav
A case hi point over one-
third ot the amendments to the
U.S. Constitution focus on politi
eal participation (excluding the Bill
of Rights, since it was basicallv
formulated along with the original
document)
Indeed, as Amencans, we
have witness some unique efforts
to institute relations of equality
This is due in large measure to the
leadership characteristics domi-
nant at the Constitutional Con-
vention.
Those who arrived in Phila-
delphia in the summer and fall of
1787 with full representation were
wealthy, white middle-aged
males Only three-fifths of the
African-American population
were represented and no white
women were included Poor
people could not afford to partici-
pate and the nation's youth were
simply too young
Fortunately, the framers of
the Constitution were smart
enough to recognize these injus-
tices and to establish an apparatus
that would allow future genera-
tions to correct them The 14th.
15th, 19th. 23rd, 24th and 26th
amendments all deal with in-
creasing political participation
among the histoncally disadvan-
taged groups in our society.
It is with regards to the 26th
Amendment that we must focus
euri oncern The dominant politi-
cal issue of the past quarter cen-
tury has been political participa-
tion in general and youth political
participation specifically
The 2m h Amendment grants
suffrage to 18 vear olds. It is no
accident thatCongressratified this
amendment in me summer of 1971.
after a decade oi student protests
demon -trations and activism
1 (ore we are. 20 years later,
and America isstil! looking to stu-
dents tor its leadership With re
gards to a student gubernatorial
candidacy, there are four critical
questions to be considered Whv
run"1 Vhat would such a candi-
dacv require1 What would be the
advantages What are the argu
ments against such a candidacy?
�Whv run1
The success oi the peace and
justice movements oi the 1960s
and early 1970s were largelv
achieved outside the system of
formal political democracy, bv
direct action. Without these ac-
tions, lobbying of Congress, letter
writing, political campaigning and
the like would have proceeded
endlessly with little effect
Mounting a serious guber
natorial candidacy is one wav of
insisting that student leaders play
significant roles and help shape
policy and programs for the state
within the system of formal po-
litical democracy.
Second, given the coalitions
that are possible, a student candi-
date could win. Since a student's
chances of attaining the gover-
norship are slim, we must come to
define "victory" in terms of our
own agenda. The point here is that
victory can be defined m ways
other than winning an election.
Lastly, a student should run
because many of the political is-
sues that concern students and
other unrepresented and rejected
people have been determined by
thecurrent major candidates to be
polituallv undtscussable
The current cai ' '
shv:ng away from issues
Required registration ill cifi i
should N required � n
vote upon their lsth b i
Absentee voting citizi ns
be allowed to .ast ball- I
30 dav s prior to an elet hoi
I ; i ree or low cost tuition
flexible admissions pol
state supported institutii
high r learning tn
be no barrier te uniiv i : .
wish to go beyond h
matter w hat p-int m th n
this decision is mad' i - i
enrollment must K imp
at all educational mstitu!
inanv way benefit from pub!
fund- I 5 � Flection pr,
should be simplified so that
one can run for public offio
without going through a greal
of red tape
�What does a soccessfi
student candidacv require'
It requires the masses, ma
chinerv and monev To actuaho
the potential of the student vo
then, students must first bv mad
aware of their leverage over ele
tion outcomes
Thisawarenessiswhat 1. KJ
student voters to turn out T
create this awareness and bntn
the voters out, we need both an
organizational frarrvwork and
techniques of educating voters
The Universal suffrac
Movement (USM). a progressiv
political organization designed I
strengthen American political di
mocracy lscurrentlvin formation
As Executive Director. I am
committed to overseeing the de
velopment ot USM into a Pohtica
Action Committee (PAO lobhv
and political party.
The PAC will serve as a fund
raising vehicle to help finance tht
election campaigns of USM can
didates
The USM will build upon
Students
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Opinion
Pagi 4, Thursday, Flbruary 28, 1991
System to blame for loss of Royal
Tlit re nt developments between the
l nivei �' md the Student Government
oci � . ��' n ; ttd iiuestii ns abt tut
� hois to bl i me lor Rand v Royal's dismissal
in tro.i irt'i
ch ime I Jean i Students
Konn.�I ' . i . ; i e tor disclt smg onfi-
n 11, i . , . I .egi s 1 a toi Les 1 ie
viwj i i thi whistle or Royal
. I sell t � � lepi d wn when he
eived his gradt s in I k?t ember?
Actually, none ot the above people can
he blamed ui v hal happened rhe respon-
sibility lies within the histor) ol the SGA
itsell
Whenstudenl i in tor executive office,
the) are required to sign � onsent forms al-
tvottg the executive secretary, Millie
� in for an executive position, students must
havt md maintain tl least a 2 0 (!PA
li i here is students who cannot
mainta it . .ales, i annol handle
theadd � ponsibilities that go with their
position
si i ideni Mien 1 lu imas agreed
that .ill' ere is such a rule, n tone has
evei . � : entt r emenl in the sec
ond emestei before Asa result, Thomas
was not sure what to do In fact, the SGA's
� on nt it ion is so vaguely worded, m one
knew quite what to do.
S .A and administrative officials agree
that Royal has done .in outstanding job as
treasurer After all, he planned and orga-
nized the $10,000 appropriation from SGA
to keep foyner Library from reducing its
operating hours
Thomas, who eventually asked Roval
to step clown, admits he faced a dilemma.
"There are two ways you can look at it:
as far .is going by the book and looking at
hew good a job Randy's done he said.
"( Irades have) never been checked before
in the second semester � ever, not saying
that it's right or wrong
But Thomas is not to blame for this
either The fact that no one had bothered to
enforce this rule before is the the real prob-
Regardless oi her reasons, Nicholson
should be commended for taking a stand on
this issue for the students and for the integrity
ol theSC �A.
Rules were made to be broken. Whoever
originally made this statement never held a
position of authority and leadership. As
treasurer, Randy Royal became a role model
for the SdA and the student body. And as
the "guinea pig" tor a previously ignored
rule under the Constitution, he had to pay
the price.
Letters To The Editor
Media official
to uphold GPA
standards
To The Editor
71m East Carolinian' an
nouiu ement of Dotn Spout's
office accidentally releasing
Randy Koyal'sGPA, which ap-
peared Tuesday, I'eb 2b, is the
best headline story I have seen
in a long time in this newspa-
per.
Not only does it clearly
expose the lack of integrity of
some of our SGA members (i.e.
Thomas' not wanting to rock a
"smooth running ship"), but it
reinforces to the ECU students
that justice does get served in
time.
As the chairperson of the
Media Board, I attempt to en-
sure that thestudentsof this uni-
versity will be brought quality
formsof media, whilcat the same
time upholding the academic
standardsof the policies wehave
adopted. I follow thescrulesand
will "rock the boat" if a media
head, a member of a media staff
or a board member does not meet
our GPA standards.
What is best for this uni-
versity is to uphold and improve
our standards for academic per-
formance. After all, that is pri-
marily what we are here for, isn't
it?
Fran Frazier
Media Board Chairperson
Seniors feel
slighted by new
graduation plan
To The Editor:
Feb. 11 is a little late for
ECU to tell summer graduates
that they will not be allowed
to participate in the spring
commencement ceremonies.
Many of us who are in this
category have been told we
could participate and have al-
ready paid the required fees,
collected our cap and gown
and ordered announcements,
for which I am sure we will not
be refunded or able to cancel.
As you stated tThe East
See Latter Page 5
Students
Headphonites lost in 120 decibels
By jason Johnson
Editorial Columnist
Alright! Get those damned
things off of your head'
That's right, I'm talking to
all of you people out there who
wear those tunny little head-
phones on your head when you
are with thercst t the population.
You pretend not to notice
how much it bothers us, but we
know you realize it
The general population un-
derstands th.it there are some
people who fed the need to drop
out of the mainstream of society.
They must d( something to sepa-
rate themselves from their sur-
roundings when they are forced
to crawl out of their holes and
mingle with the normal elements
of America's populace.
However, I thought it im-
portant for you headphone
weirdos to realize you bug the hell
out of the rest of us.
It is dancefuus tovlk
around in utter oblivion to the
world around you, and one of
these days you will realize this
You will he walking down a
busy street (if vou could call a
Greenville street busy) with your
trusty Walkman strapped to your
htpand your tiny littlebrainblaster
mounted across your empty cra-
nium. You will have the volume
turned up to 11, so you can catch
every subtle nuance of the latest
M en tally-Distorted-Teenage-
Mutant-New-Vanilla-Rap-Kids-
on the- lev Hammered -Block
tune.
Then it will happen. You will
feel a great shadow descending
over vou and look up )iist in time
to see .1 310-ton rvterbuilt (that's
been laving on its I'M) decibel air
horn for the last 3(10 feet) slam
mercilessly into your frail, honey
body Oh, what a shame.
Now sec, if you had just lis-
tened to that new tape on the
million-dollar home stereo system
you bother vour neighbors with,
you could have spared your
worthless little life.
Besides recklessly endan-
gering yourselves, you headphone
geeks insist on trying to carry on
conversations with those of us in
the "hearing" world
I know that the concept of a
conversation with two sides to it is
foreign to you, but try to compre-
hend what I'm saying here.
When someone tries to talk
to a person with headphones on
it's a hit-or-miss proposition. If
the headphonite happen �
glancing in your direction
might iist be able to get tl
understand a word or tu. but
certainly not a phrase and
nitcly not an entire thought
Forexamplc. you migl
up to one ot thi-so so� uil dr ;
and s,n . "Have vou SCi n tl
up thereat the Student Stores
Alter processing tl in
own "special" way, Mr m
Dropout replies,
doonoodc! I'd give wire I
dent whores
At this point. I usuall) !
mv top and give up on the fi
ot the human race, knowmj
without proper comnuiru. it
we arc doomed to a future w i I
full ot musical drones
So although we have n � I
awav from a society ot ghctl
blasters and bcxm boxes, w
steadily moving towards an
America full of mindless
zombified. self-isol.e
Walkmanitcs
Well. I hope that those I
you who aren't affected I
terrible affliction will help -
spread the word to those wh
HEY,YOU!S!YES.YOI "v -
UP GET THOSE DAMN1
THINCSOFFOFYOL R HI l '
Students seek active role in government
By William H.Thorpe Jr.
Editorial Columnist
Students must take greater
advantage ol the lessons of the
1960s and early 1970s, when the
collective political activities of
young people committed to
change had a significant impact
47t national policies.
With similar organization
and commitment, students could
overcome their powerlessnessand
help shape state and national
policy on the issues that concern
us today.
A case in point: over one-
third of the amendments to the
U.S. Constitution focus on politi-
cal participation (excluding the Bill
of Rights, since it was basically
formulated along with theoriginal
document).
Indeed, as Americans, we
have witness some unique efforts
to institute relations of equality.
This is due in large measure to the
leadership characteristics domi-
nant at the Constitutional Con-
vention.
Those who arrived in Phila-
delphia in the summer and fall of
1787 with full representation were
wealthy, white middle-aged
males. Only three-fifths of the
African-American population
were represented and no white
women were included. Poor
people could not afford to partiri-
pate and the nation's youth were
simply too young.
Fortunately, the framers of
the Constitution were smart
enough to recognize these injus-
tices and to establish an apparatus
that would allow future genera-
tions to correct them. The 14th,
15th, 19th, 23rd, 24th and 26th
amendments all deal with in-
creasing political participation
among the historically disadvan-
,a8ed groups in our society.
It is with regards to the 26th
Amendment that we must focus
our concern. The dominant politi-
cal issue of the past quarter cen-
tury has been political participa-
tion in general and youth political
participation specifically.
The 26th Amendment grants
suffrage to 18 year olds. It is no
accident that Congress ratified this
amendment in thcsummcrof 1971,
after a decade of student protests,
demonstrations and activism
Here we arc, 20 years later,
and America is still looking to stu-
dents for its leadership. With re-
gards to a student gubernatorial
candidacy, there are four critical
questions to be considered. Whv
run7 What would such a candi-
dacy require? What would be the
advantages? What are the argu-
ments against such a candidacy?
�Why run?
The success of the peace and
justice movements of the 1960s
and early 1970s were largely
achieved outside the system of
formal political democracy, by
direct action. Without these ac-
tions, lobbying of Congress, letter
wri ti ng, po 1 i heal campaigning and
the like would have proceeded
endlessly with little effect.
Mounting a serious guber-
natorial candidacy is one way of
insisting that student leaders play
significant roles and help shape
policy and programs for the state
within the system of formal po-
litical democracy.
Second, given the coalitions
that are possible, a student candi-
date could win. Since a student's
chances of attaining the gover-
norship are slim, we must come to
define "victory" in terms of our
own agenda. The point here is that
victory can be defined in ways
other than winning an election.
Lastly, a student should run
because many of the political is-
sues that concern students and
other unrepresented and rejected
people have been determined by
the current major candidates to be
politically undiscussable
The current candidates an
shying away from issues of (U
Required registration: .ill citii i
should be required to register -
vote upon their 18th birthdaj
Absentee voting: citizens should
be allowed to cast ballots within
30 days prior to an election date
(3) Free or low cost tuition and
flexible admissions policies at
state-supported institutions ol
higher learning finances should
be no barrier to individuals whi
wishtogoh-yorKihhschc no
matter what point in their lives
this decision is made (4) Open
enrollment: must be implemented
at all educational institutions that
in any way benefit from public tax
funds (5) Election procedures
should be simplified so that am
one can run for public office
without going througha great deal
of red tape.
�What does a successful
student candidacy require?
It requires the masses, ma
chinery and money. To actualie
the potential of the student vote
then, students must first be made
aware of their leverage over clcc
tion outcomes.
Thisawareness is what leads
student voters to turn out. To
create this awareness and bring
the voters out, we need both an
organizational framework and
techniques of educating voters
The Universal Suffrage
Movement (USM), a progressiv
political organization designed to
strengthen American political de
nwcracy is currently in formation
As Executive Director, 1 am
committed to overseeing the de-
velopment of USM into a Political
Action Committee (PAC), lobbv
and political party.
The PAC will serve as a fund
raising vehicle to help finance the
election campaigns of USM can
dictates.
The USM will build upon
existing networks ot political ac-
tivist who have a long histor) ot
ctosecoUaborationmetectoraiand
l"ebying campaigns We deh
mtely sivk to lobb wute testators
r full implementation ot I S1
initiatives
Asa minor political party, it
vx ill bcdittkult to, le. t candidates
to government offi es
Nevertheless we will fw
tion chiefly to call attention to
problems that the major parties
have neglected
The I SM seeks to pia a
meaningful role m influencing
public poln This requires that
we hrst edit iti irseb es and
others The USM will not function
without access ti
analysis
The USM I
without the pan . j in-
tellectual aiutl
tioiisot studes
organization;
such a basis
political actio
tor the I
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chit aC
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Students
V��
n 120 decibels
ippens to bo
11 � ' . tUMl, VOU
gCl thrill to
� � � la �ord or Uo but
UK! doll
ht
: . ighl walk
I, p, Mlts
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� then
ah,
� pru
�: i K Now
� future
- � a in that
� run unt ation
now orld
� moved
i ghetto
� �� w o arc
.irds ,in
mindless
� isolating
thai those ol
h) this
In me to
; � who .lit'
!�WAKE
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� � F YOUR HEAP"
e in government
ihlc
ii i I it . are
sues ol 11)
ill l illOils
� r gi let to
8th liihdaj (2
citizen? should
lots w ithm
,�n pki tion date
� tuition and
p ln ios ,lt
institutions ot
.hotitd
mdn idlials wtlO
hool no
nt in their lues
n a k I (pcn
h implemented
institutions that
� from public lax
ion pro dun �
hod so that any
r public office
ugh a great deal
ild be the
Ii I
hv 1l s
ii i� �
iKSterr
) b)
s a
�ss, letter
tjtingand
roc ceded
:t
gllbT
he vsav of
Iders play
lip shape
the state
rmal po
coalitions
nt candi
�student's
le gover-
t come to
is of our
?reisthat
in ways
lection.
mid run
Mitical is-
nts and
rejected
uned by
latestobe
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a tit
list
nal
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l ' ' lidacy require?
It requires tho masses, ma
chinery and money To actualize
the potential oi the student vote,
then students must first be made
aware of their leverage over elec
lion i 'ut omes
Thisawareness is what loads
student voters to turn out. To
create this awareness and bring
the voters out, we need both an
organizational tramiwork and
techniques of educating voters.
The Universal Suffrage
Movement (USM). a progressive
political organization designed to
strengthen American political do
mocracy iscurrently in formation.
As Executive Director, I am
committed to overseeing the de-
velopment of USM into a Political
Action Committee (PAO, lobby
and political party.
The PAC will serve as a fund
raising vehicle to help finance the
election campaigns of USM can-
didates
The USM will build upon
Continued from page 4
existing networks of political ac-
tivists who have a long history of
close collaboration in electoral and
lobbying campaigns We defi-
nitelvsivk to lobbv state legislators
for full implementation ot USM
inhtiatives
Asa minor political party, it
will bcdilticult to elect candidates
to government offices
Nevertheless, we will func
tion chietlv to call attention to
problems that the major parties
have neglected.
The ISM seeks to play a
meaningful role in influencing
public policy. This requires that
we first educate ourselves and
others. The USM will not function
without access to information and
analysis.
The USM will not survive
without the participation and in-
tellectual and financial contnhu-
tionsot student and other popular
organizations. To the extent that
such a basis exists, conventional
political actions become available
lor the USM
�What would be the advan-
tages ot such a candidacy?
One advantage, as men-
tioned earlier, is that a student
candidate could win. The
byproductsof a student candidacy
would justify the campaign.
A credible and attractive
candidacy would raise issues that
would not otherwise be raised.
One fourth of the total vote
is between the ages of 18 and 25. It
would excite, maybe even elec-
trify, the young, the rejected and
the unrepresented masses, in-
creasing their voter registration
and political participation (voter
turnout)
A student candidacy, then,
would provide more options in
the electoral process.
An increase in voter regis-
tration and political participation
would havea profound impact on
the status quo of the Democratic
and Republican parties and the
state in the general election.
Hundreds of thousands eli-
gible and tens of thousands active
student voters, inspired by a "live"
option, could not be ignored.
�What are the arguments
against a student candidacy?
One is that a student candi-
dacy would appeal only L student
voters.
Not true. A student candi-
date who advances the issues of
concern to African-Americans,
women, the poor and wealthy,
white males who are interested in
enhancing America's democratic
tormot government should be able
to attract them as well as students.
In athletics, music, science
and television sitcoms, young
people have operated beyond the
age of domain.
Now, in politics, students
must overcome the restraining
forces and do the same.
Another argument has been
that a student candidacy would
split the progressive forces and
allow a candidateless sympathetic
to the concerns of progressives to
win. It is not valid either.
It assumes that Democrats
who have been sympathetic in the
past will remain so,and that given
the option of a broader political
base to choose from. Republican
candidates would not or could not
Letters
grow and move to capture a large
progressive political block of vot-
ers.
Students have always been
told that they should not ask oth-
ers to do for them what they can
do tor themselves.
Thus it would be illogical to
argue that they should do every-
thing for themselves except when
it comes to running for governor.
Thcn,at that point others say,
"We'll do that for you To that
logic, increasing numbers of stu-
dents arc saying, "No thanks
Before 1971,studentsdid not
have formal means of political
participation.
But now that we do, the USM
proposes that we, for the better-
ment not only of our interests but
for the enrichment of the entire
state, run for ourselves.
Continued from page 4
Carolinian, summer graduates are
not wanted and your obligation is
to those students graduating in
the spring Well, don't the sum-
mer students deserve the same
obligations? After all, don't we
pay the same tuition as the spring
and fall graduates Vet we are to
wait patiently until December,
when most ol us have moved on
to jobs ami will find it hard to
return
We acknowledge the fact
that we still have a t oursc or t w o
to complete during the Himmei
session but we should be granted
the same courtesies as the other
graduates It we are not u anted in
the spring commencement then
there should be a summer com-
mencement so we too i an tool the
pride of accomplishment at
achieving a degree from a school
of higher education.
Main parents, who have
worked hard to put their child
through college, have alreadv
made arrangements to see their
son or daughter walk down that
aisle to receive a degree that thev
have pa id sodearlyfor. And those
ol us who are non traditional stu-
dents, have ourselves made great
sacrifices in order to achieve that
degree Now we are being de-
prived ol the onv day oi recogni-
tion bv our family and peers that
we have been striving toward tor
tour (plus) years.
With the continuing issues
oncampusof the parking permits,
football ti kots and the long lines
that the students have continued
to put up with, this is the" straw
thai "brokethccamel'sbacli 'A kir
tenure hero at East C arolina has
not been one ol pleasure but one
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If our minds with dope we deaden,
Shall wo stand at Armageddon?
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For whom wo have a groat dis-
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So that his plansgo down the drain
of historv
While we sing this proud refrain:
It we our Blood and Honour love,
We must place our goals above
All the treachery of Satan
And we shall stand at Armaged-
don
It is written in I hs Holy Word,
That Infidels must pensh by the
Sword.
A million Americans are march-
ing forward
Under the mighty banner of the
Lord.
Bush is betting he can win
Against the forces of evil and sin.
The Devil's patience is growing
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tune,
Mr. Baker saysone word, "Soon
Burning oil hides the moon
Saddam can't get out by noon.
Their days are numbered
As tho hairs on their head.
This is what the Bible said.
CHRIST shall judce theQuickand
the Dead.
Saddam launches another scud.
Thisone lands witha mighty thud.
The next one happens to be a dud.
Another one certainly could draw
blood.
Scuds m the night.
Create a terrible fright
for Israel.
The weather in Saudi is very warm.
Our friends are fighting in Desert
Storm
I sit here in thisempty dorm writ-
ing this poem.
General Schwartzkopf six foot four
Knows that he can win the war.
His tanks are crashing through
the door.
Iraq's troops can take no more.
Death rains down on the Infidel
Their corpses rot in a fiery Hell
Filling their bunkers with stink
mg smell
How many coffins? Time will toll
Victory row is close in sight
Americans fight with all their
might
In the darkness of the night
For what they know is right
Even when money is very tight.
Saddam Hussein has met his fate.
Soldiers marching to liberate
The captive nation of Kwuait
With courage that makes Ameri-
can great.
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History
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Secretary
Treasurer
Filing Dates:
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(5:00 pm)
$10.00 filing fee
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March 20,1991
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Election Day: April 3, 1991
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politi, ,u organization designed t"
gtnen American political de
' k ist urrenti) in formation
s 1 �e utive Director, 1 �m
committed to ou-rstvin the de
veiopment o4 USM into a Political
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raising vehicle to help tinanee th�
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Continued from page 4
evistmg networks (� political at
tmsts who have a long historv ol
close collaboration in electoral and
lobbying campaigns We den
niteh svktolohb state legislators
tor full implementation ot USM
mtitiatn es
Asa minoi political part) it
u ill bediffu ult t� elect candidates
to government offices
Nc ertlieless wv w ill luiu
tion t hiefl) to call attention to
problems thai the major parties
have neglei ted
The l si seeks to pla) a
meaningful tele in intluem nu;
publi. policy 1 his requires that
we inst educate ourselves and
others I he I SM w ill not function
w ithouta cess to information and
anal) sis
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u ithout the partii ipation and in
tellectual and financial contribu-
tion mi student and other popular
organizations lo the extent that
such a lasis exists, conventional
politu al ,u tions btx omc a ail.ible
for the I ISM
� h.it would be the advan-
tages ot sin h a i andidacy?
Pne advantage, .�s men
tioneil earlier, is that a student
i andid.ite i ould win I he
byproductsol a student candidacy
would iistit the campaign.
A credible and attractive
i andid.n would raise issues that
w ould not otherw ise be raised
i me fourth ol the total ote
is between the agesol IS and 3 It
would excite, maybe even clec-
iiits the young the rejected and
the unrepresented masses, in
creasing then voter registration
and political participation (voter
turnout)
A student candidacy, then,
would provide more options in
the electoral process.
An increase in voter regis-
tration and political participation
would have a profound impact on
the status quo of the DciruKTatic
and Republican parties and the
state in the general election.
1 lundreds ot thousands eli-
gible and tens (it thousands active
student voters, inspired by a live'
option, could not be ignored.
� What are the arguments
against a student candidacy?
( )nc is that a student candi-
dacy w ould appeal only to student
voters
Not true A student candi-
date who advances the issues of
concern to African-Americans,
women tin- poor and wealthy,
white males who are interested in
enhancing America's democratic
form of government should be able
to attract them as well as students
In athletics, music, science
and television sitcoms, young
people have operated beyond the
age ot domain
Now, in politics, students
must overcome the restraining
forces and do the same
Another argument has been
that a student candidacy would
split the progressive forces and
allow a candidate less sympathetic
to the concerns of progressives to
win It is not valid either
It assumes that Democrats
who have been sympathetic in the
past will remain so, and that given
the option of a broader political
base to choose from. Republican
candidates would not or could not
Letters
grow and move to capture a large-
progressive political block of vot-
ers.
Students have always been
told that thev should not ask oth
ers to do tor them what they can
do for themselves
Thus it would be illogical to
argue that they should do every
thing for themselves except when
it comes to running for governor
Then,at that point others say.
"We'll do that for you To that
logic, increasing numbers of stu
dents are saying. "No thanks
Before 1971,studentsdid not
have formal means ot political
participation
But now that we do, the USM
proposes that we, for the better
ment not only of our interests but
for the enrichment of the entire
state, run for ourselves
Continued from page 4
Lurt linian summoi graduates are have pa id so dearly for. And those
nol w anted and voui obligation is ol us w ho are non traditional stu
to those students graduating in dents, have ourselves made great
the spring Well don't tin sum sacrifices in order to achieve that
mer students deserve the sam� degree Now we arc being de
obligations? Alter all, don t wc prived of the one day of recogni
pas the same tuition as th spring tion b out tanuK and peers that
and tall graduates? 1 et we are to
w e na e tvt
n sn ing toward lor
wail patiently until Pecemb i toui (plus vc
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shall we stand al Armageddon?
Could out Country that we cher-
ish.
With our hope ol Victory perish?
Better to NI M Saddam I lussein
For whom we have a great dis-
dain
"si that his plans go down the drain
ot hislon
W tule we sing this proud retrain:
It wi iui Bleed and 1 lonoui love,
i must pl.u e our goals above
Ml the tre.u her ol Satan
And w shall stand .it Armaged-
don
It is v ntteii in I lis I lol) Word,
lhat Infidels must perish by the
Sword
A million Americans are march
ing forward
I nder the mights banner oi the
lord
Bush is betting he can w in
Against the forces ot evil and sin
I he Devil's patience is growing
thin
I he Mother of Battles is about to
begin.
Soldiers in Saudi are singing a
tune,
Mr Baker says one word, "Soon
Burning oil hides the moon
Saddam can't get out by noon
Their days are numbered
As the hairs on their head
This is what the Bible said
. HRIS1 shall KideethcQuickand
the Dead.
Saddam lauiu hes another scud
Ilus one lands with a mighty thud
The next one happens to be a dud
�nother one certainly could draw
blood.
ing this poem
General Schwartzkopf six fcxit four
Knows that he can win the war
His tanks are crashing through
the door.
Iraq's troops can take no more
Peath rains down on the Infidel
Their corpses rot in a tierv Hell
Filling their bunkers with stink
ing smell
I low many coffins? Time will tell
Victory row is close in sight
Americans tight with all their
might
In the darkness of the night
For what thev know is right
Even when money is very tmht.
Saddam Hussein has met his fah
Scuds in the nightSoldiers marching to liberate
( reate a terrible fright tor Israel.The captive nation of Kwuait With courage that makes Amen can great.
The weather in Saudi is verywarm
t Hir friends are fighting inDesertRichard Becker
StormSenior
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Angic Proctor
Sicma Sigma Sigma
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Alpha Omicron Pi
ill Hammond
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For The Offices Of:
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Filing Dates:
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March 1. Call 355-3195.
HOUSE FOR RENT 4 bedroom, 1
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May. 355-3195. Other properties
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Deadline March 30. Contact 2401
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CONOR ATI
Spring Plcdge
Sigma! I'res. -
Ashley Hum
Wtxdcy, Tres -
torian-Pam L
Chris Brame
Raven Ayers, I
Cade, Kimberl
Ann McShea,
Nancy Owens,
Cindy Vinson.
ber it's not ovc
II.ATIONS to the
lassoft lamma Sigma
Angel Woods, V-P -
phrev. See Ann
Rhonda Buhlcrs, I hs
irdway, Sister I iaison
and IVss Andrews.
nlie Beavers, Jennifer
v Carr, Gna Credle,
Mary Beth Mordc,
Christy Stewart and
CckxI I nek' Kemem
r 'til it's over1
GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA BAS-
KETBALL TEAM What a season!
We are proud of you Cook luck
Heather in theCreck H-StarGame.
We are behind you all the way.
GOOD LUCK in the playoffs
(lamma Sig Bowlers and Water Polo
team Low the Sisters and Pledges
ot Gamma Sigma Sigma
TLRLSA MULLEN AND l V
N1FER PUTNAM: Congratulations
on becoming a PS Delta Pledge! I m
looking forward to getting to know
you as my ! ittle Sisters 1 ove, N our
R� Sister, Nicki.
DELTA I 1 A
TO -rVS l) llllllt DATES
Februan I tlin i n nl
tix fast. It's hard ii i beUe e cocktail is
already in the pas? It started on the
bus, with lots ot singing and little
fuss When we arrived at our desti-
nation, filled with anticipation, the
staff welcomed us with salutatk msas
we handed over our identification.
The music was pumpin we started
jumpin The video-cam was in ac-
tion with lots of dose caption. We
took lotsol ph '�� praphsand had. lots
of laughs rhankyou ane, the social
committee Will, our D ! , and all i
our dates for making Z cocktail so
great!
PI DELTA PLEDGES Congratula-
fions to the new Pi Delta Pledges
Shelly Anderson, Angw. Arwater Dee
Baer, reresa Baker, Brendan Bryant
Gina Ferguson, Meredith Hewett,
Page Moit. Tara Hoyl Connn
Hutchinson, Beth Kenned) Kathei
me Langfahl, Anke Lilly, reresa
Mullen, Amy Powell, lennifer
Putnam, Chnstv Ramsev. I isa Kuf
PERSONALS
Nicole Sampieri, Melantc Slater,
Sandra Smith. I.isi Strickland, Beth
Tharpe, Missy Wade, Hollv
Woodard. Good I uck! Love, the
sisters
1I Thanks for the pre-downtown
it was great to party with you! Let's
not wail s tang next lime! I ove, the
Sigmas
KA Thursdav niht with HS&M was
a blast' I hanks for a great time! Love,
the Sigmas.
MONICA,BLCKY& JENNY: Hang
in there' We love you! Your Sigma
sisters.
ANDREA: Hey your roommates
want to know if it was sinful? Love,
the blue room.
HEYPI DELTA Get ready to jam in
your P s tonight Low, the men of
Sigma u.
I'lkLS Founder's Dav cocktail is
tomorrow Find thoscdatcsand con-
firm those times because there is no
time for sorrow.
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Mard Isl I: anksfort!
years t brotherhood! I'IKI. IS I
s Day,
vondcrful
l 1 Wc are all kKiking forward tca
great hme partying with ya'H tonight.
See you soon The Brothers of Delta
Sifr
SIGMAS: Wc really had a great time
meeting all ot you. The party after-
wards was awesome too. We are
already looking forward to the next
time. Maybe wc can have a twsball
tournament YaTI are great' See you
sHM-i The Brothers of Delta Sig.
Al PHA PHI Our parties together
arc always great and this one was no
exception You impressed brothers
from all over the state. Thev all
all were simply awesome.
You always haw an open invite to
party with us so we hope to see vou
again one night soon. TheBrothersof
i Ita Sig.
CONGRATULATIONS to the Delta
etas on the Province Weekend
Awards - Best Name Tags, Highc-st
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AMERICAN TROOPS!
PLEASE HAVE A SAFE
TRIP HOME!
COLLEGE STUDENTS - TEACHERS- ADULTS AGE 19 and up
LINE UP SUMMER WORK now!
WHEN. Early MayJune to Late 11 AT: Field scounts to
u1r:icy SCPIK n mo'lilor "ops- We train.
WHERE: Eastern NC Cos. .ArJ, . .
Lenior, Craven, Pitt, Jones. Ql ALlF: Conscientious,
Onslow, Greene Good physical shape. Have
PAY: Min 5.50hour pins Own Vehicle, Reliable
Mileage expenses
SEMD ISttTMES TO: MCSI - PO Box 179
Griffon, NC 28530
and Choices Donna C ircgorv - Prom -
isc ot the Province, Kelley Kane
Outstanding Treasurer, Melanic
l.cntine - Golden Crest Award
Catherine Klutz - Most Spirited, and
Beth Spcncc - Highest CPA
ECU BASEBALL We are proud ot
vou Keep up the good vwwk Love,
the smters and pledges ot IX'lta Zeta
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Thanks tor the house decorations
I ove. the Delta Zctas.
SIG EPS: Congratulations on your
awards won at Rcgionals 1 ove. the
sisters and pledges of Delta Zeta
DELTA SIGS: We had a terntic time
at the conclave social. The D I was
rockin Go Gtvne! Love, the Alpha
Phi's.
ALPHA PHI'S: Congratulations or.
defeating Sigma Monday night in b-
ball. 48 people cheered us on Co Air
"lovner "Bogg Low the Alpha
Phi's.
TKE: BVwareTKF Don'tbelazy,the
Alpha Phi'sareready toget wild and
crav' Thursday night
night! I ove, the Alpha P: i
� �
LAMD A CHI'S rhebandsarecorr
ing and so are we, si Unk out juj 5
we're ready to party Saturday night
is looking right! Love, the Alpha
Phi's.
SIGMAS Great game in basketball
Looking forward to playing you
again. Love, the Alpha Phi's.
KA: Thanks for the band and the
party We had a great time. Get
rcadv to toga' riKt
BUY A TICKET for the first annual
Pi Kappa Phi Pre-Spnng Break SO
scholarship Drawing to be held on
March 6th by Dean Speicr
THFTACHI: Can't wait for our pre-
down at Sharkey's tonight See you
there' Love, the Zetas
PARTY AT FIZZ Thursday Feb 28
with Suspicion (Classic Rock), Ladies
Night - ladicsin FREE; Friday, March
1 with Paul Tardiff (Jazz); Saturday.
March 2 with Gael and Rich.
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When -1 . � round about
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By Clifford Coffey
sutt Writer
L'sualK when a company nnds
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rd gol round about
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their heads and said t. ;ln they
realh pull this off?
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Stall Writer
I isuall) w ht n a company finds
product thai works well, they try
reate mere and more products
ng that line When thesuccessol
i Miiu s ustice 1 eague was
�it the wasted no timt m
�stablishing spin oils Juslii c
ot merica, (ustice League
t uropc lustke League Quarterly,
�r Fate Mister Miracle, Martian
Manhunter and Shazam! were all
, onceived on the coal tails of the
popularity ol Hie lustice League.
Although The (ustice League
t ;i� ti. ,i hasa year!) special thai
� it least a double length comic
k lustKeI eagueQuarterlv was
tablished as a way lopuloul vet
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rigmail) startedwitharivalsuper-
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ind it was started by an ex-League
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Voice of America
picks up for war
� Courtesy ot Universal City Studios
John Goodman seems to be enioymg his new job as the K:ng of England m this scene from Universal City
Studio's latest release King Ralph Goodman's role as the lovable king is exciting moviegoers everywhere
the scan h tor the rightful heir be
gins
The parliament finallv settles
on an Ameri an (egad! better than
that an American commoner living
in : a-
sav!)
Vegas (What w ill mumm
1 he scene swit he- to an ta k
t lub w here a sequmed Ralph
ines (John Goodman) is plunking
hispianoand bellow inga '50stune.
I lis audience. all three ot them in-
cluding the owner, seem less than
amused. The bearer ol the "good
See King Ralph page 8
By Nancy Yarborough
Special to The Fast Carolinian
The war in the Middle Easl has
increased the inherent need for in
temahonakommunicationot new -
and information
The Voice ol America is.i n. ��
worthy journalistic organization
characterized bv its unbiased .md
accurate reporting and broadcasts
It communicates American
news and culture directly to third
world and communist nation-
broadcasringmorethan 1,200 hi urs
per week and reaching over 129
million people worldwide
"The VOA is the public rela-
tions arm oi the IS Information
Agency said Bruce 1 lunter.state in
manager ot the Greenville VOA
sites "The VOA broadcasts in 43
different languages to countries
such as Northern Europe N rl
Africa Central and Latin An� i
and the Middle East
Since the war in the Mid I
Eastbegan thi S'A hu� n i
its number ot broadcast hours to
Arabic countries from I to 15 I 2
hours a day and English broadi asts
to the Middle East from 11 to 18
hours a Ja
Also, the presidential briefings
are broadcast in Spanish and Ara-
bic simultaneously, Hunter satd
When the VOA first broadcast on
the air 79 davs after the attack on
Pearl Harbor, listeners worldwide
were promised The news from
the war mav he good or bad we
shall tell you the truth "
The VOA is the largest
broadcast system in the world
Hunter said "Few Americans are
aware ol thi We i VOA don't en-
gage m propaganda aixi try to keep
at arm's length from the White
House
Hunter said thai keeping the
editorials separate from the news
support- the VOA - principle- ot
credible and fair reporting
Similar to the BW and Radio
Moscow, VOA is set apart from .ill
other IS newsorganizartonsbyits
own charter which has passed as
public law .Thei hart i gi -� msthi
principles and ethics under which
the VOA operates, .ind regulates its
programming
The V( )A's traditn n i t honest
and accurate reporting was estab-
lished by the legislative and execu-
tive branches ot the government,
rhecharter states the the (A will
serve as a consistcnth n liabk and
authohtative source ol news, will
represenl America, not am -mule
segmenl ol Americna society and
willpresentthepohciesotthel nited
Nationsclearh .HKlott.iti.i-h
1'hcA (A isnotai advo ateol
rnerican policies Hunter sml
"In anv given storv. it's required
that bothor all sides an I 1 Wetry
� pi.hi all: i. etsol An ei ih
and don t hidi theseediei : � I
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1 - � . I hort wa vi
� i : trie ' A i- not aUowed to
broadcasl here bv law or even to
encourage mencans ol listen,
Hunter said This prevents com-
petition with other new -and radii
stations, he said
The Greenville Relav Station
was officially named the Edward
R. Murrow Transmitting Station"
in lurs in honor of the well known
W. -rid ar 11 br udca-tt r wh. later
served as the director ol the I S
Information Agencx V c A -parent
organization
The station is made up ol three
a. five broadcast facilities; two high
power transmitter sites known a-
theA-andB sites andonereceiveT
site known as the C-site rhe three
facilities an kx ated approximatel
2 mile- apart, with the A- and B-
-ite- k h ated near the o immunities
of Stokes and black lack and theC-
See Voice page 8
Rembrandts make way to Greenville
Cruelty an ingredient in many beauty products
By Lara Ellington
Staff Writer
The pamphlet rcidslOreal
unsereen-f irst Fry White Mice in
I m l-oil" I.Oreal tests their new
unscreens on mice wrapped en-
tirely in tin toil.tapesthem toa wall
board, and then literally fries the
natures to death with a sun simu-
lation machine.
( fete U hni( lan from the com-
pany said tin1 uaucm takes about
two hours, but usuallv the animals
ire left to dtv for up to nine or ten
hours I Oreal aixl rruiny other
persn.il( are compawiesabo shave
the skin from rabbits and smear
chemicals into the raw areas which
become swollen and cause the ani-
mals severe pain
Fortunately, some cosmetic
companiesand consumers have re-
alized today that beauty does not
have to be achieved at the expense
of animals. Cruelty-free products
are those cosmetics and personal
care items such as shampoo, shav-
ing cream, deodorant, etc , which
are rx t tested on animalsand do not
contain animal by -productsSuch as
animal protein.
Companiesthatarecnielty free
USC human skin patch tests, cell cul-
ture tests and known, safe ingredi-
ents to test their products Animal
lovers and animal-rights activists
around the country have broad-
casted their abhorrence to helpless
creatures' painand death thatoccur
for the purpose oi beauty.
The choice to buv crueltv-free
j J
products is not only humane, but
logical, because it has been proven
that animal testing in the personal
care industry is unnecessary. Sev-
eral cruelty-free companies have
been kindlier for several dei ades.
and they make products ranging
trom soap and toothpaste to facial
See Cruelty, page 9
By Stuart Oliphant
Assistant Features f ditor
(n March 1, Atco recording
artist- The Rembrandt Danny
Wilde and Phil Solem. are sched-
uled to give a performance at the
Attic in support ol their -elf-entitled
debut album The Rembrandts'
performance promises to be an
evening tilled with heartfelt, me-
lodic pop toolings.
rhe Rembrandts st) feindicates
a detinue hits influence the best
example being the Beatles and the
iverk Brothers. Hut according to
Pulse! magazine, what sets The
Rembrandts apart from similar
groups is the tact that their debut
album isa chronologicaldtxument
of the way thu?v worked. Each song
is m the order it was written and
recorded. The album as released is
the album as made; completely
untouched by hands other than
those ot its creators.
We wanted the songs to be
large and the dressing on the songs
to be verv skimpv saysSolem. "So
it was ust raw, naked songs walk-
ing around
"The Rembrandts" isa 13-song
collection with a main focus on
unfulfilled romance. With songs
such as "Just the Way it is. Baby"
and "Save Me The Rembrandts
exhibit an art for crafting melan-
choly songs that reach inward to
the heart of loneliness.
Wilde and Solem started their
Courtesy o' Atco Records
Danny Wilde and Phil Solem collectively known as the Rembrants wH
bring their alternative pop sound to the Attic this Friday night
musical careers in the band deal
Buildings, an LA based bind that
rose to mediocre success during the
late 70s. Expiring in the successful
wake ot their LA. contemporaries,
the Knack and the Motels. (,reat
Buildings recorded yust one album
before deciding to call it quits
"We're surprised at how mam
people recall Great Buildings says
Wilde. "It's net a band the normal
guy on the street would remember.
We've left behind some of that epic-
approach, but we're still as songr
oriented and are still coming from
tJiatangleofalotofpoptarmonies
After the wrecking ball had
demolished Great Buildings. Wilde
went on to pursue a solo career
Coming Up
while Solem relocated to Minne-
apolis, where he led hisou n band
Ten years had pasd before V ikk?
and Solem decided to get Kick to
gether and write a tew songs
W ildeexplains Atfirst.it was
a bit hard tor both ot us to adjust to
the tact that what we were doing
together was a lot stronger than
w hat we had been doing individu
allv. But 1 realized it when my wife
was going around the house sing-
ing the Rembrandts songs and
wasn't paying much attention to
nu Danny Wilde solo stuff.
"I guess we got Kick together
outof frustration ma wa to cheer
eachothcrup, WildeaddsWe've
alwavs been able to do that
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and the make products ranging
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By Stuart Oliphant
Assistant 1 eatures I ditor
On March I, lcv recording
artists 1 he Rembrandts Danny
Wilde and Phil Solem, .ire sched
�� t e a pertorrruin e at the
Attic in support ol their self entitled
I album ! h Rembi n It
pi rfi rman e promises tv be an
evening filkl with heartfelt me
Iiiii pop ti .lings
riV'Rembrandts st I
a definite tS( is intluem e the besl
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! erk Brothers But according to
magazini w hat sets The
Rembrandts apart trom similar
groups is the fact that their debut
album is a chronological dcx umenl
of the way they worked Eachsong
is in the order it was written and
recorded The album as released is
the album as made, completely
untouched by hands other than
those of its creators.
We wanted the songs to be
large and the dressing on the songs
ti i bo ery skimpy sa s s ilem. "So
it was ust raw , naked songs walk-
ing around
"Ihe Rembrandts" is a 13-song
collection with a mam focus on
unfulfilled romance. With songs
such as lust the a it is. Baby"
and Sue Me, Ike Rembrandts
exhibit an art for crafting melan-
choly songs that reach inward to
the heart ol loneliness.
Wilde and Solem startti their
Courtesy o' Atco Records
Danny Wilde and Phil Solem collectively kne ���" as the Rembrants wh
bring their alternative pop sound to the Attic this Friday night
musical careers in the band Great
Buildings, an ! A based band that
r s, � to medicx re successduring the
late 70s. Expiring in the successful
wake ot their 1 A contemporaries
the Knack and the Motels Great
Buildings recorded just one album
before deciding to call it quits
We 're surprised at hew many
people recall Great Buildings says
Wilde. It's not a band the normal
guy on the street w ouid remember
We've left behind some of thatepk
approach, but we're still as song
oriented and are still coming trom
that angleot a lotot pop harmonies
After the wrecking ball had
demolishodC.reatBuildings Wilde
went on to pursue a solo career
while Solem rckxrateil to Minne
apolis, w here he ted hisow n band
! en years had passed befi �re V ilde
and Solem decided to get back to
getherand write a tt w songs
Wildeexplains At first it was
a bit hard for both Of us to adjust to
the fact that what we were doing
together was a lot stronger than
v hat we had been dome individu-
ally. But I realized it when my wife
was going around the house sing
mg the Rembrandts songs and
wasn't paying much attention to
my Danny W ilde solo stutt
1 guess we got b.K k together
out of frustration ina way tochcer
eachother up Wilde adds We v
always been able to do that
Coming Up
ATTICMENDENHALL CROCKSNEW DEI I
ThursdayFriday FridayThursday
MS. BenefitSaturday Earth MurchantsMr. Potato Head
FridayBlues Brothers Saturday-Friday
The RembrandtsSunday Bruce FrveMr. Potato Head
SaturdayEvil Dead 11Saturday
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8 5t?e least (Uarnlinian February 28,1991
King Ralph
Continued from page 7
news Duncan Phipps, is waiting
in Ralph's dressing nnmi which,
incidentallv. he shares with Miti
the psvehie chimp.
Well, needless to say he can't
Ivlieve it.
Ralph fones is flown to London
where he takesover the sovereignty
and learns the duties of kingship
from his private secretary
VVillinghamUYterOTooiiO.Hehas
a rough time of it, finding himself
snatched from a lite ot I lawaiian
shirts. White Castle burgers and
burlesque shows and plunged into
stuffy uniforms, tea at tour and
meetings with the prime minister.
Occasionally he retreats to his
bed chanber tor a game of pinball or
bowling (both of which he had
brought in, since he is king and all)
king Ralph and Willingham
have an vld relationship, resem-
bling that of Arthur Bach and his
alet, I lobson in theearlv '80scon
edy Arthur Willingham and
I lobson are both cynical, yet duti-
fully reserved. They seem stoically
amused bj their "superior's" lack
of maturity, but deep down, the
both care for the "royal pains" and
fool a sense of paternal obligation
towards them.
So after a week ot prime min-
isters, foreign ministers and arch
bishops, Ring Ralph gets bored
I le decides to relieve In mseitof
hisdutiesforononight lips,ut the
palace window and winds up at a
strip joint where he meets Miranda
(Camille Coduri). Hu-v eventually
tall in love and when it hits the
tabloids, the British people and the
members of Parliament are more
than disgruntled
Enter the viliian, Lord (Iraves
tlohn I hirt He seems to think he
has been cheated out of the crown
and schemes to oust Ring Ralph
from the throneby bribing Miranda
Although some ot his lines are
corny and predictable, Goodman
delivers them well as an experi-
enced actor. He also performs his
character's rendition of Little
Richard's "GhhJ Colly Miss Mollv
in a lerrv I ee Lewis-Style on the
harpsichord That scene definitely
deserves applause.
OToote is. as always, convinc-
ing and versatile. He portrays
Willingham as the embodiment ot
British anstrocracv. with placid
composure and bleak witticisms.
King Ralph is not I991's Must-
See of the Year, but it is entertaining
and does have a nice twist at the
end. It's recommended as a mati-
nee, so don't go out and spend five
bucks to see it. For adults. King
Ralph isa sort of back-seat comedy,
but kids'll really go for it.
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Mister Nebula
Continued from page 7
established as a group that hires
itself out to people to solve their
problems (such as chemical spills,
radiation leakage, etc).
The Justice League and the
Conglomerate were inevitably
forced to work together to stop a
common foe, aiui the Conglomerate
became a branch ot the justice
League. This all took place in the
first issue
The second issue ot lustice
League Quarterly was recently re-
leased and involves a cosmic inte-
rior decorator. The League is forced
to stopacosmical interior decorator
from redesigning the way the Earth
looks.
Mister Nebula, lost his herald a
tew years ago in a lustice League of
America annual and decided to
search tor him. Since the herald was
on Earth, pretending to be a mem-
ber of the League, Mister Nebula
found his way to Earth.
It didn't take long tor Mister
Nebula to decide that Earth was in
desperate need of his help, and he
began h i reconstruct rheappearance
of the Earth Nebula'sdeMgns were
based on garish, shocking, tacky
colors and odd, indiscriminate
shapes. The League immediately
knew that thev had to stop Nebula
before their world became a show-
case of Kid abstract art.
The League struggled to stop
Nebula using shear force, but since
Mister Nebula was as tall as a sk
scraper, thev Kid difficulties. Ihe
Martian Manhunter, I'onn I on
discovered that all Nebula wanted
was recognition tor his work, and
J onn formulated a plan to get him
away from Earth
I'onn showed him that the
peopleot Earth were trying to rede-
sign it themselves, after Nebula's
ideas ot course As proof, I'onn
Ionshowed him Las Vegas. Mis
ter Nebula was overcome with
emotion, cned, thanked (onn and
left Earth for good.
Keith (iitten, who plots every
lustice League storv, has verv funn
ideas and the dialogue is delayed
with the same humorous manner
by I Marc IVMatteis. These two
men are solelv responsible tor the
success of the whole line of the his
Voice
BOB League Kntks
Thev create tongue in cheek
situationsand have a great sense of
humor about the book. I he hook is
not known for its intriguing stories
or subject matter it is strictly a tun
book to road, and a er funny book
to read
Tom Artis artwork is right "i
svnc tor the co nedy st lr this book
has Artisdnms verv reflective tat rs
Thev express the mood quite well
Although Artis Kid a lot of bod)
language humor and facial humor
todraw,hesucceededineveryway
His style is very cartoonist, which
is perfect tor thi -wa th.it the I eague
books are presented
Although overkill in a single
market usualh snuffsout the popu
larity of a product, the Justice I eague
titles are still the flagship titles that
IX' ComiCS have Ihe stories have
continued to be funny mm. easy to
read, not lull of intricate plot lines
and twisting plots ushce I cagiu
Quarterly wasdesigned to befunny,
and t' it it ,u complishes, but don't
look for am sptx ial issucsor hea y
topics
Continued from page 7
site located six miles west of
(.nvnville.
The Greenville facility is the
largest transmitting facility on
American soil in the A'snetwork
and one i the largest in the world
Hunter slid The Greenville Relay
Station not only broadcasts directly
to listeners, but also provides VOA
programs t overseas transmitters
tor rebroadcasl
"This station transmits aKmt
60 percent of the Latin American
transmission an 20to25 percent ot
the transmissions to orth and West
Africa Hunter said
The main facility oi the VOA is
located in Washington, DC, which
has 4 studios ,i central recording
operation capable of producing
more than 80 simultaneous record-
ings and a master control sta itching
complex. The console can handle
material from lOOsourcesand feed
26 programs simultaneously Ihe
other two VOA sites in the I s are
located in Ohio and California
VOA news correspondents
cover events in the I s and abroad
and provide eyewitness accounts
They take assignments only from
VOA editors and are not required
todisciose their stories to embassies
before sending them to the Wash-
ington newsroom.
"( ,nvnville was chosen as the
site for the VOA Relay Station be-
cause of its close proximity to
Washington, distance from the
shore and availability ot electrical
supply Hunter snd Also the flat
land is optimal for transmitting ra-
dio waves he said
Aspo ial broadcast ol thc I
billed Spei ial 1 nglish, isa program
thai broad
ClHintl ' � hishelp
� :� � . I� ir� - !��
understand English Hunter said
Another program on VOA En
broadcasts A- � - �
which is er popular amonj
young people he added
The VOA is i hartcred under
th Nation rdecommui
and Informations gency and is
not governed by In regulations
1 lunter added
Anyone interested in loan
more about the VOA is wd ome t
makean appointment to tour any of
the three Greenville station site
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Owner Stephanie Ingram says,
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paper products.
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AMERICA 1
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8 1991
Ul?e iEaat (Earultnian
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ECU comes up short against UNC
Baseball team loses 2-1, on tenth inning homerun
By 1 im Hampton
si.ilt Writer
I uesday.ruiv i iKI had a
game winning hit in thi toj i t the
WhtM . , With two aboard and one out, CniiK�waldtxKanx� the hero for
KutorstHJl th other HU tickler Manning taiuKvl David Lotstenand the second straight game tor the Tar
came up with big pla caused Heath lark to popup
Freshmen Keith Crunewald's KCl catche. lummy Kason, Carolina tied the contest at 1
home run in the top ot the UHh who is noted I King, nailed the mthei potthceighth withasmg!
)v , runnei al bv brad Wivodall to s. n second nuithiimingtodctoatCiXistaKaro
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WtHHlall bock stnick out Steve Carolina head coach Miki herts
halti d ' List s .i toi laima 500th vi toi
� V to strike out all nl Roberts who last year refused to
inningliftedthcl niversitvofNorth oni
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sivcshowingbv the Pirates who fall ' ' ' �
to 3-2 on the season occurred in th eft ficldei Hv ol.na starters
For the Pirates. Shortshop Bern Glynn Beck denu la naKisi
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sixth inning Mast into the jungle eleft hand
of the Harrington Field left held the Tar Heel bats. in lartei
stands Narron s home run broke a 1 vn k Manning struck out five Pi
scoreless pitchingdual in front 1,800 rai I I
spectators Ibc eighth
ohnn Beck E I s starting Mannni) hu � ntol
pitchei stnick out 10 Tar Heels in iroubli in the hot toi fifth
eight complete innings of work aftei '1 i
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hmgs up later in the spring
1 he ; l vear old iola mean
aid he would i ontinue to
. ifter tests revealed boiH? spurs
� i.i ft elbow Hu 1988 oung
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. 'ow York Mets threw on
,n, said bis elbow fell
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. lemons w ho missed part of
� Si ptember w ith arm problems
nd tbere was no pain whatsoever
I feel good n't as tired as I
tight i might be after throwing
four davs in a row s,ud lemens
who was rewarded for Ins 2 I fi
record and major league leading
Clean that floor
Wipmq sweat oft the tioor is an imp rtai I
game but wouldn't a mop be I etti i
D.ii Rpod ECU Photo Lab
ACC considers changing
it's tournament format
Georgia lech star
may enter draft
J
n ; i' Withwhal tofivi �.� irsinpi ntoi �
i.i t home game for an ithlctt tvho hasi egi �
. . ; . , ' . iming up I hursday ity ren in
� kennv Anderson is about to : �-�
i plxnenumbi i ig in dm ��.�
. : its e calling him at all albert thel ead faji inscompam
fteringtomaki thn � ier in! torka Itl rson
tol h- star - wrd if he .allshi- guardian 'Andersonhas
I hi hi; soph more season spent the last three sumnv i
u 'BA draft working for Gilbert, handling n In
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,v, jusl tbout made up : ' ' !
� . . tm mindon leaving well, then let me l si with thai
It s � , �on he opinion Anderson
,d "It I m( � in IheM '� Chano in t! it i I i
� � 1 and 5 I have to m a no lose situati n. S
. . Put still nt until officials privately say fv
. � � ki ide I mnol oneofthcfrrstthreeplayi � I I
� t wasn t which could mean a rn�re
RAI 1 l .H(AP) rheconsen
A last season with a $21 5 sus among Atlanlkoaslonfi i
eiice baski tball coa lies is thai th.
1992 tournami nt v ill b- i � '
ilhnn, 4 yeai ontract extension
s for Viola, he said he would
i on as long as h could unless tin
I havotoplav loi ; !
, � ol tl i in were to reach the m mil
� � ; i. nshij game tl : '
.eoded ti am vould have just twi ngei
, sptxm in tin than $2 5 million a s
Even with B iling
Anderson tu
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alb it's going to bt m)
. Viola said I'm accommodate a new ninth lean
co on as planned I'm extcixlsthetoumamenttofourdax
rtol onb U .ins, ol tin addthi � �l
t �u Ihen. hesatd, he Honda State but also becaust ofth�
lei go arthroscopic si" u formal
That new formal adopted 1 t
wtvk b th. athletu direi toi ti � I , ' ' ' Ihingl �� �
n gulai � e North i
(,vu h 1 i an Smith said
rowing Itl ant and will have the lowest four seized during the loagm
pain mavbeI'llhavesome teams plaving each ether in the . mfei i
thing done in lunc or July It ever opening round Iheplan is still ' xnvthing w� can do i
rks I ni.u be able to go the subject to formal approval a� th,
m is�n It there's no problem I'm c'( s spring meebng I ndei the
going to keep on going proposal all games would be played
Howell recovering from atthe Charlotte Coliseum
See Pitchers page 12 It also means that tfie last four
rtxrtoi Martv Blaki n mm ding
against Anderson seai lep.ii tun
md his irandfather, that kind of mone ird to turn
view ii for a 21 eai ' '
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to rune to .upport tout kids s.iid
Andersn who has tu ' rsand
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ACC Page 13
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See Draft Pag 14
Lady Pirates lose to NCSU
keiiv Nestor
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! ronyal largrove
point md lOrebounds
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m i irk lead as they
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with 15
l ith th, sre standing at 19 6
l the VItp.uk & I was
i .iki its first timeout lotr)
and stop State's momentum
I he strategy worked momen-
tarily asthe Pirates were able to cut
th, Weltpa. k lead to 11 poinb
Hargrove connected on two
freethrows, folk) wed by two baskets
from junior forward Kathy Add taon
to make the score 22-11.
tter lighting to Stay in the
game, the Pirates found themselves
down by only 10 points with 7:03 to
play in the tirst half.
i Her the next 2:19, however,
the Wolfpack went on a scoring
tren that opened up a 17 point
lead and toned the Pirates to taking
then so ond timeout
Following the timeout, C.ratv
grabbed the rebound off a missed
tret threw attempt tor the Pirates
,i tossed in a 12-footer ust inside
the free throw line to make the score
44 28
State's Natalie Neater then hit a
17 loot jump shot from the right
baseline to put the Wolfpack out in
from lor their biggest lead of the
game at an 18 point advantage
ECU then hit on three straight
t�. bring them to within 15. This was
the i Ic sest the Pirates would get for
the rest of the evening.
Nestor dosed out the sconng
t,ir( State with only seven so
ends remaining to make the halt
time score, 60 37
1 he second half startedout well
for the Pirates as Grace got E I or
the board with a basket in the lane
with only 41 seconds elapsed
Unfortunately for the 1'irates.
things would quickly turn sour as
state extended their 23 point half-
time lead by five at the 17KB mark
With 1053 lett to play, EC I
down by 3 points, was still strap
ping for every basket as 1 largrove
followed her own shot in the lane
tor another two points.
1 he Pirati-s were simply
overmatched, and State went on to
win the game handily.
The bright spot for the Pirates
was their shooting percentage
which was a respectable 48.3 per-
cent from thefield which isquitean
improvement on last Saturday
night's game at UNC-Wilmmgton.
E I shot 28 percent from the held
in the game.
With onegame remaining to be
played on Saturdav night, March 2,
at C'NC Charlotte, the Pirateslook
to improvr their record, which
dropped to 10 1 Coverall and 4-8 in
CAA play
Dail �� - ECU Photo Lab
Heads up!
Senior shortstop Berry Narron fouls off a pitch in Wednesdays game against the University of North
Carolina Narron later hit a home run lo score the Pirates only run in a 2-1 loss





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Clemson suffers mediocre season
(AP) � Coach Mike
Krzyzewski, who had losing sea-
sons in two of his first three seasons
at Duke, knows what his Clemson
counterpart. Cliff Ellis, is going
through. His advice?
"I always tned to stress indi
victual development and that we re
going to get better Krzvzewski
said. "I'd try to be very positive
with my team You have to give
them some words of encourage-
ment, which I'msureCliff hasdone
"1 think ltd be a lot worse if
they hadn't btvn so successful the
last couple of years They have a
young team and they've got a lotof
development to do This is an un-
usual year for them I'm sure they'll
be right Kick competing at a higher
level next season
Told of Krzyzewski's advice,
Ellissaid it "hit thenailon the head
"This year's a tough year, but
you've got to use this as the time
when you find out about vourselt. I
think our freshmen have btvn
through some t nigh thingsandsoen
what they've got to do to improve
Ellissaid. "It'sexposed weaknesses
thev never thought they had. be-
cause they wereall at the topoi their
class in high school.
"When you come into this
league at some point you're going
to be exposed. How you react is
going to be the key to how success-
nil you are Flhs said. "A lot of
people don't get that chain. to tx
pxposed until they're sophomoros
or tumors "
This year, the Tigers haw been
exposed as a young team that sim-
ply docs not have the backcourt or
overall talent to compete in the At-
lantic Coast Conference As a re-
sult. Clemson is already assured oi
being the first team to go trom first
to worst in the AC C
But Ellissud there'sstill plenty
for demon to plav tor as the sea-
son winds down. The Tigers still
have two regular season games left
Clemson travels to eighth-ranked
Duke on Wednesday and playshost
to Georgia Techon Saturday Then
comes the Atlantic Coastonfer-
ence tournament March H-H) m
Charlotte, .(
"We're really shooting to trv t(
get better (this week) and trv to
make the following week the one
that could significantly mm our
season around Ellissaid Tuesday.
"Really, we II be the only team in
the tournament that's in that situa-
tion, with Maryland not being al-
lowed logo
Clemson! 10-15and 1-11 in the
ACO has only one postseason op-
tion: The Tigers must win the A( (
tournament, which would earn
them n automatic berth in the
t A A tournament.
But the odds ol that happening
are tremendouslemson has never
won the AC C tournament and has
advanced to the finalsonlv once, in
1um2 when the npCTslost to Wake
thi' to'irnann n:
rhe A( c tournament civ
Pitchers
teams like us a shot, a lift that you
need Ellissaid "That's what we're
shooting tor"
Chances a re Clonvson won't get
past the tirst round In ta�.t, the Ti-
gers, who are 2-13 in their last 15
games, w ill be hard pressed to win
again this season It they don't, it
will be the Tigers' worst year since
1970-71 when they were9-17.
Despite the mediocre season,
Ellissaid the Tigers' morale isgood
"It's been a tough year Ellis
said "Our pl.nersunderstand that
We are iist asking them to battle
hard I tell you, tora team that has
btvn 10-15,1 think they have battled
hard "
Tlie Iigerstaceoneottheirm�st
difficult tasks Wednesday when
thev go to C amen n Ind� wStad him
Clemson is only V4( there, losing
last season by 19 with the best team
in school history
The Blue IVvils arc 23 fi and
tied with North C arolina tor the
AC c lead at 9-3 Dukeisevenbetter
at home I 'In- Blue I V i Is are 15 Oat
Cameron gningintotheirfinai home
game ol the season and have
outscored their tcKs at home by an
averageot neartv 24 points
Michigan and Northarolina
State have ci me losest todefeating
Puke. hth losing K seven No
other team has been closi r than 1?
"This is the ti �ughest pla
plav in the leagin I His sa I
rhev ri " re i
pla at a higl � : � they'i
iti ; nn-r.n
Continued from page 11
shoulder surgery, threw 50 pitches week but Phillies trainer Jeff o
"He threw the Kill very well per, overseeing the pitcher's reha-
pitching coach lohnnv Podressaid bilitation.calledhimread) forplav
oi Howell, who was 8-7 before his As tor Sandberg the c ubs are
injury, ottering a three-year contract ex-
Howell hadn't been expected tension worth $12 million and have
to throw off the mound until next refused to renegotiate either of the
last two years ol his urr i I
tra t. worth .i total ol - � � �� Ihon
rhev're definiteh set i �� i
playing the next two y ai at tht
existing contract, and that seems to
be the major hangup Sandberg
s,ikl
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alie taut (Xarulinian February 28. 1991 13
ediocre season I Tennis legend, Connors, refuses to retire
ki us .i h�t a liH that you
ui That swhal wo re
toi
v lomson won uyi
in) In fact the T
l m their last 15
harci pressed to vn in
s� ,1-sMi If they don't it
� worst car M1V c
uvcre9 17
nxKhocre season
��" ilcisgood
tough car lllis
rsi viortanJth.it
kinj thom to battle
toi a team that has
s th. . havchattlcd
eoix'ot their rvtost
i w hen
i J - � Stadium
; I there ksmg
ith thclvM team
2 ; fi and
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uk venl
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� irvlstiH talking to hirnsell
msdirterentabout tins his
pi rhaps, through the sport
. nod is that jimmy
,u nolongerbeiistenme
hi ietest Mown i rossed
face 1 iiesdav night a- he
hall around thepatm
md.a low iiu lies K-lou
ilh repaired w nst I to ah
redthefuzand
� � s the court at a digital
: registering the speed ol
allowed b the not
� v low miles ,n hour.
. tl san asm lh.it s
is niiii though slid
ao.v i w hen
. onnors talking to himself was the
i tie tor an opponent to take cover,
whin even outburst was some-
thing to be reared for he ettort sun-
to follow it. when eer such
scolding was an almost eerlain
prelude to sonx-hod etee'sdisastcr.
But this time thconh disaster
it preceded was his own Connors
nn ked, ccx kel and tuvd oft a see
ond serve but coaxed ust 71 mph
from the radar And 13 vear old
laime zaga w ho made a point ot
a.ik hing the li inp legend at those
tew tournaments w here their paths
crossed took theballon the rise and
slasheil a forehand cross court tor
an urn untested w inner
1 he shot provided zaga w ith
a st-r k e break in the tirst came of
theseeondsetotafirst round match
at the Volvo-Chicago tennis tour-
nament that he would win with
surprising east- 6 ; Ml in iiist 38
minutes
It's always nice to see him
there ltsgreatfor the tans it sgreat
tor tennis, cvervbtxh looks up to
him Yzaga said almost embar-
rassed. It's great to have him
around
t n the week marking his 20th
season in pmfessional tennis. jimmy
Connors launched his comeback
from a six month layoff, though he
has been gone a year it ou forget
the throe first round losses in I9CH1
that preceded the surgery last i
lober
But fuesda nieht. he could
ACC
not scrape" themst trom his game or
the dullness from his brain and call
terth the bravado or the two-fisted
turv that wrested tt-nnis from the
country-club set and transformed it
into a sp�rt that vvasentcrtaintng to
all. Thequestion is whether In- will
be able to do so again over
"It's .i lot different going out
and playing tennis at night than
staving home and dome nn kid s
homework with him. which tor the
last year or so is what I've been
doing he said
Net the longer he talked the
more it appeared that 'onnors
himselt did not know the answer
! !o seemed to equate the ondition
ot his game sdeh with the condi
tion ot his wrist
Continued from page 11
off new
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finish as regular
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th and eighth seeds
tl � . .one
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� � ivoutd rm
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in eight nine game
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; then an pan nts
It rattles in �und in
� t's i t a good
it se players
i tl �
no idea would be
illtamssaid that while
. asn I great it s
- fully all the plavers
will tool like the ve been involved
in the AtlantK Coast Conference
tourn.imont because I think that S
. me ot the attra tions ot playing in
the Nv
Mike Krzvzewski currently
k'avlinghisl kikekMmagainstNorth
. atohna in the fight for the first
nthisvear stiuimamei I
s.iui the ido.i on the surface isexcit-
i s v i.iih siixe it gives ea h
dav ot the tournament a lot ot
Mibstarv i
t s.ii the format wv'iild ha.
� � - �� - but
I tl rtl
� � � - - v it bves and all
that stuff mean that much hesaid
ng is hw
- li vou pla that yUi
irgima ih h l fl 'ones wl o
inherited the tournament - 1" -
runner up s.ud the concept of
having the bottom two teams play
tor til. last spot has pro veil to Iv a
�oblem tor any league choosing
thai appn mi h
Jonessahl theideaotgn ingthe
top team theextradaystoprepareis
not a problem tor him
Rather than penalize them.
eu co ahead and reward the first-
place team .mk give them some
added rest and a by e to get into the
semifinals ones said Fhe way
h s coing to be nm is definitely the
best option
WakeForestawhDtive Vfom.
kiokingto gel the Demon I taams
bevond the iiponing round ot the
'or the tir i timi sine
187 saki he suppirts the idea
I m not one of trMtseguys that
ivtrries so nun h about the number
i-ne seed having a eoupio of days
oft hesaid "I am more, oiuerno.i
kkx.1 presstire being puton
� � �� two
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tournament
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nament at th i d
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ind that -o. ond . harx
Williams said he hasn't had
mu. h time tothinkabout theend oi
theseason whkrhforl neson
Saturday w hen th erra ns faa
irgima
I hoscN V saw bons, which
k Maryland out of the national
postseason picture, also prevent
Williams team from appearing in
theV tournament because ol i
ban on teloMsion
I II probably feel it after the
irgiroa game Saturdaj I've tn�.l
to put that all out of my mind
W llhams saic
V e e really stressed as a
i oaching stati not to have that as
part of our team this year Hhat -
something we can't control.
Williams also said the players
to deal with the penaltx al
�h thev were not a part
jam when the infractions i
�!1 i h ui- ih cum d
I think there are ways you can
go without hurting the players
Mavbeyou could m.iitv thesitua
tion w hero wo. ouldn t play on I
this vear i r w hatever, or could -till
pla it we were good enough to
plavintheNC Ahesaid "You're
lust looking for ways not to hurt the
plavers
The -U . has raised its non-
conference record lo 86-21 a per
centageof Ihe last non-con-
ference came is scheduled on
ednesday niuht. w hen ake 11 -r
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14 February 28,1990 Hitft East (Earolftlian
Track runners brawl at ACC meet
CLEMSON.SC (AIM otfi
dab iron t sun- it any further dis-
ciplinar) action will l- taken tol
lowing .m alleged altercation be-
tween two spnntor .it the ACC's
indoor track championship meet.
Kevin Braunskill ot orth
Carolina State allegedly hit fames
Irappot Clemson in the head with
thechampionship trophy heeamed
for winning the 200-meter dash, the
ndcrson-Independenl Mail re-
ported Tuesday rrapp finished
third in the 200 in this past
weekend's Atlantic Coast Confer-
ence meet at lohnson City, Term.
rhcblow left rrapp,anindooi
and outdoor All American, with .1
mild t oncussion and a wound that
required three stitches to close
. Icmson coach lb Pollock said.
Both athletes w ereejected troni
Draft
the rest ot the meet, Pollock said.
1 krmson won tho meet by tour
pointsovcr North c arolina State. It
was tho rigors' tfrird-consecutive
title.
Dec Todd. assistant ACC
commissioner m charge ot champi-
onships, sa id.idd 1 tiona I disciplinary
action could be taken beyond the
ejections, but that likely would be
determined h a recommendation
fromC (mmissioner( iene( orrigan.
"At this point, I would still say
the immediate action was the ap-
propriate action lodd said
Am thing further has not beendis
'she would not speculate on
whatotherdiscipliiwn action might
lx- taken but said I don't think it's
going to be as severe as taking them
out ot the national championship
Continued from page 11
Braunskill came into the A( C
championships with one of the best
times in the 55-meters in the coun-
try this year. Hut rrapp won that
race, leading a sweep that saw the
Tigerseam the top three spots The
race proved to be the turning point
in the meet
Braunskill later dethroned
Trapp as the 200 champion. Wit
nesses told the newspaper that
Braunskill engaged in some taunt-
ing atter beating rrapp.
It's a shame it had to happen"
Pollock said. "After the meet, the
two ot them did get hack together,
and they realized they were twoot
the class sprinters in the country
who carried cw like that.
It tarnished the situation I
really and truly believe the) regret
what took place
Anderson has crammed into
s two seasons more than manv
�v in tur including an ACC
k ' " tear award, a trip to
si certain All
186 points
. -� : 12 n bounds
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14 Ftbruafti 28.1990 ahc tecn.l U'cirulininn
Track runners brawl at ACC meet
CLEMSON. S. (AP) Offi the rest onho meet. Pollock sud Braunskill came into the AC(
cials iren't sure it am further dis lemson won the meet by fom ctampionshim with oneot the best
ciplnun .k hon will Iv Liken M pointsover North arolin.iSt.ite It times in the55 meters in thecoun
lowing an alleged altercation be was the rigors third-consecutive tn this year But rrapp won that
tw n two sprinters at the ACCs title raa kuling a sweep that s.nv the
ind. or track championship meet Dee fodd assistant C tigers earn the top three spots. The
Kevin Braunskill ot North commissioner in chargeofchampi race provt1 to be the turning point
( amlina State alleged!) hit James onships,saidadditionaldisciplinan in the meet
frapp of Clemson in the head with action could betaken bev nd the Braunskill later dethroned
thechampionshiptmphyheeamed ejections, but that til mild be rrapp as the 2()l) champion Wit
for winning the 2(XVrneter dash, the determined b in i lation nesses told the newspapci that
Anderson-Independent Mail re fmmCommissi ���.���. rrigan Hraunskill engaged in some taunt
ported l'uesda frapp finished At this point, I would still sav ing after beating Trapp
third in the Jl
� kend s tlan
in this ist the immcdiati
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it sashanieit had to happen
IVll.v k s,iul ftei tin' meet tin
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Vnythingturtl i ndis two of thorn did get back together
ussod ind thov realized thev were two of
" � � lass sprinters in the i untr
irnod on like that
I ' imislxxl the situation I
realh ind trul) believe the n �� I
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Title
The East Carolinian, February 28, 1991
Description
East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
Date
February 28, 1991
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
Local Identifier
UA50.05.06.02.795
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
University Archives
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