The East Carolinian, November 18, 1997






TUESDAY
NOVEMBER 18. 1997
Carolinian
EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY
GREENVILLE. NORTH CAROLINA
Recent incident timely reminder of drug's danger
Former student
found naked on
sorority lawn
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A former ECU student
overdosed on dllB and was
found naked in front of the
Sienna Sigma Sitima sorority
house, one month before
possession laws are scheduled to
change statewide.
A police report stated that
the victim overdosed on GHB
while inside a ni�,ht club at 51 I
(otanche Street.
He was taken to Pitt County
Memorial Hospital, where he
was listed in fair condition late
Thursday.
This incident, along with
many others, has North Carolina
joining many other states in an
effort to outlaw the dangerous
drug (�IIB (gamma hydroxy
butyric acid).
(ilIB, despite being what
school officials call a very serious
drug and a danger to the school
population, is completely legal
to use.
On Dec. 1 the possession o(
GHB will become illegal.
"It's very serious said
Associate Dean of Students
Karen Boyd. "The minimum
sanction has been the same
minimum sanction as marijuana.
We are now considering
suspension from the university
for the first-time (dllB)
offenders
The ECl' Police
Department sas they do not
have any criminal incidents on
(il IB at the university.
"Up until Dec. 1, it's not
illegal to possess it. so we
wouldn't have any criminal
incidents said Johnny
I mphlctt. patrol commander of
ECl Police Department. "I'm
not saying it is not out there 1
hear it's out there, but 1 don't
know what the use is right now
dllB is a clear, colorless
liquid that causes
hallut mations, an intense sexual
desire and euphoria. It can lead
to breathing problems, coma,
seizures and even death.
If it's a clear liquid, it might
be harder to identify, as opposed
to someone having marijuana on
their desk I'mphlett said.
"It also has the potential to
be used as a date rape driiir
Bod said. It was Rootles at
first, but dllB is rapidly
becoming more popular
It is hazards like these the
have prompted North Carolina
to team up with Georgia, Rhode-
Island and Florida this year to
ban the possession of GHB.
California, Texas. Hawaii and
Massachusetts have similar bills
to be enforced.
"Rohypnol (rootles) has a 72-
hour turnaround. CUB is very
difficult to identify, anil you
have to do it quickly Boyd said.
"The goal is. our students
shouldn't be killing
themselves
A former student was found naked on the Sigma Sigma
Sigma sorority house's lawn, and treated for a GHB overdose
PHOTO BY AMANDA PROCTOR
AIDS Activist River Huston speaks to students in Mendenhall Student Center last Monday about safe sex, condom use and living with the disease.
PHOTO BY SABRINA THOMAS
AIDS activist: Condoms
should be labeled erotic & fun
HIV Transmission Statistics
FOR MORE INFORMATION
the east Carolinian
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Sex � a lingering thought in almost every college
student's mind was explored by AIDS activist
and speaker River Huston, who sas condoms
should be labeled erotic and fun because they
make sex safe and therefore enjoyable.
I iagnoscd with 11IV in 1990, Huston said the
iruth is i hat 1DS and sexually transmitted
diseases are noi sexy. I nfortunately, I luston fears
many college students believe condoms .ire not
scx either.
Speaking Monday. Nov. 10, on safe sex
practices which prevent the spread ol AIDS and
other sexually transmitted diseases. Huston
made several suggestions lor making sate sex fun.
"I low man times when you are a kid do you
hear. 'hex. sex is so eskkI, vou are joint; to love it.
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to Male I to Femal j Femal or Male I
Source http 'hypenon advanced org' 10631 menu htm
Have you ever shared your sexual
fantasies with your mother? 'Hey
ma. it's funny; 1 can Lict up in front
of a room full of strangers and tell
you how much I love to masturbate.
I love sex: it's God's gift to the
world. I nfortunately. people are so
afraid of sex. We are a sexually
wounded society I luston said.
1 luston is a published poet.
professional musician and founder
of the Woman's Wcllness fund, a
resource for women seeking
treatments for the I ll infection.
Huston speaks about issues
such as living w ith 11IV substance
AIDS 3
Facts about AIDS
How Is AIDS Transmitted?
99 of all new infections in the past
year have been attributed to the
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�Mother to unborn child
However, some people are infected by:
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�Organ Transplants 1100,000
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Secret
Service
investigates
student
forgery
U.S. District Attorney
dismisses charges
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A student, and resident of Scott Hall, was
arrested and charged with possession of
marijuana and forgery.
"Officers went to his dorm room (Scott
Hall) because there was a marijuana odor
in the hall sas investigator Michael
Jordan of the ECl' Police Department.
While inside the officers searched the
room and found an 8.5x1 1 sheet of paper
with a LS. currency image printed on it.
There were two $5 bills, two SHI bills.
and a one sided sheet of twenties. Also
found with the counterfeit bills were
several different types of drug
paraphernalia. In addition to being
charged with marijuana possession, the
student was charged with forgery.
Because the student was charged with
forgery, the Secret Service was
immediately invoked. "Anything dealing
with money is a federal offense claims
Jordan.
In cases like this, the student goes
through a double judicial system of
criminal justice as well as student court.
This is a process that all students who are
charged must go through.
"1 can't speak for the secret service,
but our officer charged him with forgery
and the case was dismissed claims
Jordan. "The U.S. District Attorney will
not prosecute the case, based on the
amount of bills recovered
"Normally if anyone gets caught (with
marijuana), they get sent to both Dean
Speier and to court says Captain Johnny
Umphlet. "Pretty much anybody will get
referred to court says I mphlett.
If an officer notices something
suspicious such as red dilated eves, they
will stop the student and ask him a
couple of questions. If there is enough
suspicion the officer will search the
student.
"If you have rolling papers but no
marijuana sou will get referred to the
dean's office. Then counseling will
follow sas I mphlett. "If there is any
evidence that will bring about a charge,
then the student will be referred to court.
There is no arrest made for simple
possession of marijuana, which is 1 J! an
oz. or less, but a state citation will Ix
given and the student will have to go to
court.
"Most marijuana charges are for sir
possession claims I mphlctt. but in
any incident, the student will
Jean, even if we forget to retcr th(
the dean's office, their office will pi
on it and call them in sas I mphlet.
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2 Tuesday, November 18. 1997
lew
The East Carolinian
across,
the state
Child riding on mother's
lap dies when airbag
inflates
RANLO, N.C (AP) A 3-year-old
girl riding in a car on her mother's
lap was killed during a collision
that set off the vehicle's airbags,
police said.
Katehnn Marie Self died of a
head injury and a broken neck, the
Gaston County medical examiner,
Dr. Bruce Flitt, ruled Saturday.
Police said they believed the
airbags contributed to the injuries.
Since 1993, the National
Highway Ttaffic Safety
Administration has blamed the
deaths of 45 children on airbags.
Nike gear stolen from
UNC
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP)
The day Nike representatives
tried to assuage University of
North Carolina anti-Nike student
activists, someone else swiped
$1,840 worth of Nike gear.
Ten pairs of Nike shoes and 12
letter jackets disappeared from
the storage room at Woollen Gym
early Thursday, campus police
said.
Nike reps met on campus
Thursday with activists who
object to working conditions at
Southeast Asian shoe factories
where Nikes are made. They told
the activists they address
problems whenever they become
aware of them.
across
the nation
Eakin
elected
president
of higher
education
group
Association provides
support for state
colleges
Need a massage?!
The E.C.U. Physical Therapy Club is sponsoring a night of
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When: Wednesday, November 19th, 1997
5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
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Cocaine charges dropped
after sex investiaaticn
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP)
Cocaine charges will be dropped
against a Columbia man because
an investigator slept with the
defendant's mother, a prosecutor
said.
Richland County Sheriffs
Deputy Kenneth McCaster
admitted to a yearlong
relationship with the mother of
23-year-old ElgrickTatum, Barney
Giese said. Tatum had been
chatged with buying cocaine In
Jutv 1995.
The main evidence against
Tatum was a statement made to
McCaster, which the deputy did
not write down.
Giese said McCaster admitted
talking to Tatum's mother about
the case.
Dummy on tracks halts
freight train
HANOVER, Md. (AP) A
dummy with a pumpkin for a head
and a stuffed shirt and pants for a
body stopped a CSX freight train
for two hours Saturday night,
Howard County fire officials said.
The train's conductor
contacted police fearing he had
struck a pedestrian, but a
subsequent search found nothing
more than the dummy, said Capt.
Michael Baker, a Howard County
fire spokesman.
Dr. Richard
Eakin, chancellor
of ECU, has been
elected president
of the North
Carolina
Association of
Colleges and
Universities
(NCACU).
NCACU has been in
existence in the state of North
Carolina for a long time. The
association provides support of
higher education of the state to
work for goals. NCACU brings
together the president, chief
executive officers and academic
officers of community, public and
private colleges of the university
and the state.
"I'm delighted to have the
opportunity to assume leadership
with this association Eakin said.
Eakin will serve a one-year
term as head of the organization.
He had served as president-elect
until he took the place of Dr.
Douglass Orr, president of Warren
Wilson College.
"My responsibility as president
will be to conduct the meetings of
the board of the association,
arranging the annual meetings of
the association and coordinating
the affairs for the next year Eakin
said.
Previously as president-elect,
he helped to plan the. program of
NCACU's annual meeting held
recently in Asheville. As President,
Eakin will host the association's
annual meeting next year to be
held in Greenville.
NCACU, representing public,
private and community colleges,
involves all of higher education.
"It is involved in sponsoring
studies of the issues of importance
to highet education Eakin said.
"Recently we have sponsored
several studies of financial aid and
educated the importance to
students as they seek an
education
Russian accuses Iranian
of trying to buy millile
technology
MOSCOW (AP) An Iranian
arrested in Moscow was trying to
buy missile technology from
Russian experts, security services
say.
The arrest comes on the heels
of an attempt by the U.S.
Congress to punish Russian
companies suspected of providing
ballistic missile technology to
Iran. Russia insists it is allowing no
such trade.
The Iranian suspect was
caught while trying to buy top-
secret information, Russian news
agencies said Friday, citing
security services.
Twenty bodies wash up
on Thai beaches
BANGKOK, Thailand (AP)
The bodies of 19 men and one
woman washed up on southern
Thai beaches, apparent victims of
Tropical Storm Linda, the
Bangkok ftwc reported today.
USA Today
sales
provide
scholarship
for students
Three cents tax,
two cents
scholarship
HOLLY HARRIS
STAFF WRI'l KR
Six percent sales tax on 50 cents
does not add up to 55 cents.
Anyone who happens to buy
newspapers at any of the student
dining places may have noticed
that the stand price on USA
Todav has increased five cents-
that's three cents for tax and two
cents unexplained.
The price increase is being
used for a good cause.
"We worked out a deal with
USA Today where we would buy
papers from them and they would
give a scholarship said Fred
Bissinger, resident district
manager for Aramark at ECU.
Bissinger says the extra two
cents students pay go toward an
annual $2000 scholarship to be
given to the hospitality
management program at this
university. All those pennies
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Forgery
continued from page 1
Last year someone was
arrested for possession of over
seven ounces. That was
considered a felony possession
with intent to sell. Most of it
was wrapped in individual bags.
Cases such as these are rare on
the ECU campus.
"On average we charge people
about twice a week says
Umphlctt. "Some weeks have
three or four cases and some
have none. Sometimes it is three
or four in a night
Throughout the last year, the
ECU Police Department had 86
cases involving marijuana.
USA
continued from page 2
(plus whatever money it takes fromUSA
Today to add up to the promised $2000) will
either go to aid the department or to help
individual hospitality.management students
pay for tuition and books.
"We just felt we needed to give
something back said Bissinger, adding that
in the last eight years 75 percent of the
managers Aramark hires for campus dining
come from ECU's management program.
Student managers are also often found in the
ranks of the hospitality management
department.
The scholarship program is new this year,
and was added primarily because USA Today
needed to give the university an incentive to
continue vending their publication at ECU.
So far sales have not been as high as hoped.
"They really wanted to do it they
pursued me to do it here 1 told them I
wanted something out of it since I wasn't
making any money off of it Bissinger said.
Bissinger says he has high hopes for the
program; however, its continuance depends
on support from those who might buy the
paper here at ECU rather than elsewhere.
"The only thing I get out of it financially
is that it might get someone who is buying
a paper to stay in my unit and buy food. But
as far as financial gains-there aren't any
Bissinger said.
Bissinger plans to meet with Dean Grove
on Monday to work out the details of exactly
who is eligible to receive assistance from the
scholarship
�the department as a whole, or students.
"I'm going to go in for the students who
continue the hospitality department. The
students need it more for books and tuition
Bissinger said. "Buy USA Today and support
the scholarship
Asa Ellbring, picks up a USA Today paper at the Wright Place, a puchase that will,
benefit many students.
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AIDS
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abuse and sexuality.
"I am an AIDS activist. I became
an AIDS activist because I am also a
person living with AIDS. It makes it
hard to talk about sex and sexuality.
For me to give a lecture on sexually
positive attitudes, people find it
almost criminal. Someone that has
AIDS or HIV still likes sex. I have
gotten into a lot of trouble for that; I
was actually arrested in New Jersey
for a condom demonstration,
Huston said.
Huston suggested that in order to
find an appropriate form of
protection, an individual must be
comfortable with their own sexuality.
"You need to feel comfortable
with whatever turns ou on, and if
you are ashamed you need to work
through that. When I was 14,1 was
raped by six men, beaten up and
thrown in a ditch. It was a very
public event. No one leashed out for
me because I was drinking and had
passed out. Replaying the rape scene
got me off. I was really ashamed, but
it was my way of coping Huston
said.
Since humans are already sexual
people by nature, loving our bodies is
only the first step to become the
sexual beings we already are. So, we
need to be sexy with condoms,
dental dams, and toys.
"Stop looking at condoms and
saying 'I hate them, I hate them, I
hate them Look at them as erotic
and fun said Huston.
Huston also said abstinence does
not necesariry have to mean celibacy.
"Abstinence is not celibacy.
Abstinence is not the absence of all
sexuality, abstinence of sexual
activity, abstinence of intercourse,
abstinence of unsafe activity, ' love
that, Huston said. "Mright, well, I am
not driving without my seatbelton.
Let's rock Huston said.
It has been 12 years since Huston
developed HIV and now she has
AIDS. She thought her sex life was
over, but now she has a partner vvho
is HIV negative.
"If you find abstinence from a
spiritual place it is a wonderful thing.
I told myself that I was worth
something better, and I was going to
hold out, Huston said. "If you find
abstinence in fear and guilt you are
hurting yourself Huston said.
Huston is hoping most of her
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Wfe at The East Carolinian realize that tobacco pays many bills in this area, but tobacco can
kill; in fact it does on a dairy basis. Many smokers die each year from a smoking-related illness.
On Thursday, we encourage smokers to take part in the annual Great Smokeout. The
American Cancer Society organized the annual event in 1977 when smokers were encouraged
to quit for one day to prove they could do it.
More Americans try to quit on this day every year than on any other day of the year. And, after
all, it is only one day. It's just 24 hours.
� Just to help the smokers out there prepare, here are some tips from the American Cancer
Society. Ask yourself three questions: How much do I smoke? Why do I smoke? What will be
my most difficult hurdle in quitting? After asking yourself these three questions, ask yourself
which you want most: to smoke or to stop.
After a little soul-searching, choose a method of quitting. Cold turkey is most successful, so
Thursday would be a good target day. If you can't go cold turkey, start the effort.
One way to make sure you go cold turkey is to get rid of the cigarettes. Give your cigarettes
to your roommate, your significant other or a friend. Tell everyone you're quitting for the day
id not to give you a smoke no matter how much you beg for one. Find something else to do
during your smoke break; buy a drink or a snack. Getting rid of the cigarettes is more of a
challenge because if you get rid of the matches or the lighter; the temptation of the cigarettes
still there; you can always find matches or a lighter.
If you decide to reduce rather than quit for a day, make getting a cigarette a challenge; smoke
with your left hand if you're right handed, put a rubber band around the pack, change to a brand
you don't like for a day. Don't buy a case; buy one pack and then don't buy anymore.
We at TEC are simply saying smoking is bad, not tobacco. We encourage you to take the
challenge; quit for a day. Don't be a wimp; you can do it, smokers. It's only for a day, you can go
back to it Friday� if you want to.
OPINION
William Stacey
COCHRAN
Diplomacy best when dealing with Iraq
If military force is necessary,
the United States should act
swiftly and strongly but should
only do so with the
acknowledgment of the UN
For the time being, it seems
diplomacy may be the most
effective means to resolving the
situation in Iraq.
Just how much is too much?
Saddam Hussein has once again
defied the United Nations council
in his forcing out of U.S. inspection
officials. He has successfully upset
the UN by dividing the United
States from the other members of
the council.
Many experts say it was a smart
move by Saddam because it
effectively whipsaws the United
States between Iraq's provocation
and a UN council that many feel
would not back the United States in
using military force to reestablish
dominance in the Gulf. Other
members of the UN council say the
United States is blowing Saddam's
behavior way out of proportion.
It seems that even neighboring
countries have decided that
Hussein is not so much a threat, as
they did six years ago. Saudi Arabia
and Jordan have been less than
helpful in coordinating diplomacy to
deal with Iraq. Even the French and
Russians seem lethargic with the
U.S. inspectors being forced out of
Iraq.
It is as though the UN council
has decided it is not a UN problem
so much as a US problem. And for
time being, it seems the United
States is on their own. The only
problem b that it is a UN problem
as well as a U.S. problem.
The word from the White House
is that Saddam's behavior is
"unacceptable which was a vague
way of denouncing Hussein's failure
to comply. It is apparent to many
that US was caught with their pants
down and certainly Baghdad is
reveling in their perturbation of the
US.
It is important that President
Clinton draw a clear line in
coordinating a coalition with the
UN council. The White House
must focus their attention on the
keeping the UN together when
dealing with Iraq or any non-UN
country
What has happened is that Iraq
has divided the united States and
the UN like a bratty child between
two irresolute parents.
If military force is necessary, the
United States should act swiftly and
strongly but should only do so with
the acknowledgment of the UN.
Because if the United States does
resort to weaponry, and does it on
their own, this will only divide the
UN council further.
For the time being, it seems
diplomacy may be the most
effective means to resolving the
situation in Iraq. However, if Iraq
fires on U.S. spy planes (as they
have threatened to do) or if they
dispel other UN inspectors, which
seems imminent, the United States
must work with the UN in using
military force.
LETTER
to the Editor
Columnist Day has much to learn
I have just read Jeff Day's editorial
"Greeks Have Much to Learn I
find it hard to believe that he has
treated this subject with the same
closed mindedness that Greeks
have been accused of. Perhaps Jeff
is the one who has much to learn.
Although the incidents he
describes are deplorable, they in no
way reflect the actions of Greeks in
general. Mr. Day has no personal
knowledge of whether the people
described were, in fact, members of
fraternities and sororities or just
simply a group of people drinking.
Perhaps some of them were Greek
and some of them were not, but do
you really know for sure?
Notwithstanding this, bad apples
exist in every group, race, religion,
and culture. It is plainly asinine to
judge an entire group by the actions
of a few. I am a member of a
fraternity that I joined as an
undergraduate at Georgia Tech.
Although I speak in ignorance
about ECU's Greek system, the
Greek organizations at Georgia Tech
were ranked in several categories,
including philanthropy and
academics. I personally spent
several hours building a house for a
family through Habitat for
Humanity.
I can also say that were it not for
my fraternity brothers and their
support I never would have been
able to complete my undergraduate
degree. For an outsider to criticize a
group that they have plainly made
no attempt to understand is
ridiculous.
Furthermore, the analysis of the
classified ads was unbelievable.
Gratitude can be a show of respect
and good manners. I wonder how
Ml Day would feel if that high
powered, over-critical microscope
were pointed in his direction.
From the art of generalization to
the criticism of others, Jeff Day has
a lot to learn.
Sean Nemeth
MBA Graduate Student
To write in plain, vigorous language, one has to think
fearlessly, and if one thinks fearlessly, one cannot be
politically orthodox.
- George Orwell
OPINION
Columnist
Jeff
BERGMAN
Milk: it really does a body bad
Next time you go to throw
back a nice cold glass of milk,
Just think about how much
pus is contained in the glass.
Or maybe you should consider
exactly what these hormones
are doing to you or your
children.
Wipe that milk mustache off your
face. Do you know what is in your
heavily promoted beverage?
rBGH is a genetically engineered
growth hormone for cattle that dairy
farmers use to increase milk
production. If you listen to the Food
and Drug Administration, as a lot of
people do, you will hear the usual
rhetoric that recombinant bovine
growth hormonc(rBGH), "is the
same as naturally occurring bovine
growth hormone (BGH) Some
scientists feel that rBGH can
stimulate an allergic reaction in a
portion of the populace. The FDA
says this possibility is insignificant
arid has, so far, refused to conduct
tests into the allergic reaction idea.
So a small scale experiment with
the usual control and experimental
groups is not being done. Perhaps
the FDA feels that the current
nationwide experiment on
unwitting participants, us, the
American public, is study enough.
Other scientific research has
found that the BGH use increases
the levels of Insulin-like Growth
Factor 1 (IGF-1). IGF-i is
naturally-occuring growth factor
that occurs in both humans and
cows. The problem lies in the what
IGF-1 can do. The hormone is a
cancer accelerator and is associated
with both breast cancer and tumors.
As Dr. Samuel Epstein of the
University of Illinois says, "We think
it rBGH plays a significant role in
breast cancer
The research that rBGH plays a
role in breast cancer should be of
concern to all. The milk industry is
heavily promoting milk, which they
claim is good for women to help
prevent osteoporosis� even though
milk is not good for women or
anyone beyond a young age to drink,
but that is another column.
Of course the FDA has no
conflict of interest in concerns to
rBGH, which is produced by the
company Monsanto. It is purely by
coincidence that Mike Taylor is a
chief deputy to David Kessler head
of the FDA Taylor was once,
employed as chief outside counsel
for Monsanto. The coincidences
seem to be coming out of the
woodwork. Taylor is also cousin to
Tipper "The Musk Labeler" Gore,
wife of Vice President Al "III take
money from anybody" Gore.
Monsanto's own data, or at least
the data they release, shows that
cows treated with rBGH have a, "79
percent increase in mastitis (udder
infections) and a resulting 19
percent increase in somatic cells
(pus in milk)
A warning label is included with
Posilac, the brand name for rBGH.
The label states, "use of Posilac has
been associated with increases in
somatic cell counts pusStudies
indicated that cows injected with
Posilac had increased numbers of
enlarged hocks and lesions (e.g.
laceration, enlargements, calluses)
of the knee
That might not be a milk
mustache; it could be a nice pus
mustache. Got pus?
The four companies that stand to
make money from the rBGH are
Monsanto, Eli Liliy, Upjohn and
American Cyanamid. Monsanto, Eli
Lilly and Upjohn are all convicted
corporate felons. Some of the
charges levied against the three
include, but are not limited to,
"deadly toxic gas cloud releases,
consumer pharmaceutical products
that kill people and produce birth
defects, and failure to inform
Federal officials of testing results,
indicating fatalities connected to
their products
And I am supposed to trust
Monsanto when they tell me rBGH
is safe. Fool me once, shame on you;
fool me twice, shame on me.
Next time you go to throw back a
nice cold glass of milk, just think
about how much pus is contained in
the glass. Or maybe you should
consider exactly what these
hormones are doing to you or your
children. Now, I am not for the
outlawing of the rBGH, but I am for
labeling of any produce, milk,
cheese, etc. that contains rBGH. If
the company labels the chemical
mixture that cows are injected with,
why is the final product not labeled?
And, of course, you all know the
answer by now. (Well, if you have
read any of my previous articles.)
The answer is money. Given the
choice, people will not buy milk that
has been altered through hormones.
Given the correct information,
people also want the milk labeled,
as they should.
LETTER
to the Editor
Radford, alumni receive harsh treatment
Most everyone who was raised in
the South remembers the stories of
how it used to be in rural towns. Oh,
you remember how police beat
people, and how elections were
corrupt, the stories of how police
always were found to be in the right
no matter what they did. So was the
way in the old south back then.
Guess what? You can find a little bit
of then right here at ECU.
Here at ECU, according to the
school's attorney, it is proper
procedure for the police to use
pepper spray on patrons. Here at
ECU, it is all right to drag people
from their crying children; if they
mysteriously fall down steps while
in police custody, that is fine. Here
at ECU, a flag is just cause for police
to use force and for patrons to
receive the full fury of Barney Fife,
i.e. William C. Peebles. It will come
as no great shock that Peebles in still
in good standing with ECU,
guiltless and in good standing. ECU
finds an ECU police officer to be
correct in his decisions. Does
anyone see a conflict of interests
here?
We do not need this kind of
incompetent and irrational behavior
on the pan of our campus police
department. This mentality of the?'
bully cop is not welcome or
appreciated by the students
Furthermore, I feel Michael'
Radford shoud reconsider suing chev
university. Radford should send i
message to the administration that'
this sort of behavior will not b�,r
tolerated. He should use the moncS'�
for a scholarship fund. I can see it
now: "The Radford College Fund!
a free flag and a check to every
recipient. "
Steve Higdon
English
LETTER
to the Editor
Require English 1100; do away with 1200
This letter is in response to the
articles on English requirements
on Nov. 11. I thought both
articles were written well and
they both had their own
legitamacies. I think that students
should be required to take
English 1100, but not necessarily
English 1200.
This is where I agree with Mt
Cochran; if you know your major,
take three credits of writing
intensive courses that deals with it
specifically. If a student definitely
knows where they are headed, I
see no reason for another basic
course in English.
This does, however, pose a
large problem. I mean, now many
freshman and sophomores actually
are dead-set on a major? Also those
credits could be lost if
a student switched majors along
the way. That is where I agree with
Ms. Mchle.
I have the concerns with other
General Education requirements
from Mr. Cochran's view. Take for
instance the criminal justice major.
When is Math 1065 used as a law
enforcement officer? I challenge
any police officer to give rnc an
example. I would love to know
why I am taking it, except for the
analytical benefits.
Another area would be science.
Most law enforcement officers
are not going to use them in
their careers. Now biology, and
maybe even chemistry, might play
a role, but enough to require eight;
credits? 'K
That is already 1 1 credits that
they could fill with criminal justice
elcciives that will strengthen-
knowledge in the specialization
chosen. Would we prefer overall-
knowledge above supreme
knowledge of profession? '
Of course there are some G.&c
requirements that arc perfect fbr
criminal justice, but the others-
pose problems and questions; "�
They seem to be requirements thata
a lot of students do not understand; -
I am one of them.

Matt Malone
Sophomore
Criminal Justice
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We at The East Carolinian would like to
help them in their deliberations.
Send us your idea for a new ECU logo
before our Nov. 28 deadline.
Well pick our favorite and give that per-
son a portable CD player. Then we'll run
all of serious logos we receive in the Dec.
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www.studentmedia.ecu.edu.
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administration and show your school
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portable CD player).
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Zoomer
Maximum Plastic
6 OUT OF 10
CALEB ROSE
STAFF WHITE
Pink Floyd fens fidget when they
hear the words psychedelic,
"stratospheric and sonic This
fidgeting may commence if they
stumble upon this fella who calls
himself Zoomer. He has been
labeled as one of those "sonic art
freaks" who creates music that pays
homage to T-Rex, Brian Eno, and
the Jesus and Mary Chain. All of the
above terms were used to describe
Zoomer with the release of his
Pinch Hit Records debut album,
the creation of which was funded by
his girlfriend's Visa card. Hence, the
name, Maximum Plastic.
After giving the disc a whirl,
fidgeting may give way to
disappointment, possibly even
disgust. The "psychedelia" is quite
different from what many folks may
be used to. Zoomer comes off as
this crazy 70s pimp guy who looked
like the bleached spawn of Lenny
Kravitz and Syd Barrett. He was
born in the swamp country of
Louisiana and it was thought that
he was using drugs as early as the
fourth grade. He does admit that he
didn't begin to use drugs until after
high school and his music clearly
reflects that fact. Zoomer's
personality is heavily reflected in
his music. His counselor once
stated: This young man has traits
of a sociopath and an eccentric
artist. He seems to be equal parts
genius and zombie
From theopening seconds of the
first track "Tickets to Mexico a
heavy Mudhoney tinge is
noticeable in the music
characterized by the fuzzy guitars
SEEI0OKtR.MK8
Bottle Rockets
24 Hours A Day
8 OUT OF 10
ANDY TURNER
LIFESTYLE EDITOR
Brian Henneman and the Bottle
Rockets are similar to Paul
Newman's character in Nobody's
fool. The New played Sully, an
aging, tough-as-Toughskins laborer
who took no guff, yet deep-down
was as sensitive as they come, torn
and frayed from a life that hadn't
gone exactly as he had intended.
On 24 Hours a Day, produced by
Eric "Roscoe" Ambel, the Sam
Phillips of y'alltcrna-twang, the
Bottle Rockets show the same sort
of duality, with blue-collar ditties
that are just as often funny as they
are heartbreaking. A similar effect
was achieved with their 1994
album, Tkt Brooklyn Side. "$1,000
Gar" had you rolling and "Queen of
the World" had you dropping tears
in your Old Milwaukee. While
doesn't have as many high points as
that album, it certainly has its
moments.
"Smokin' 100's Alone"
showcases Henneman at his best as
a songwriter, as a storyteller. The
SEE BOTTLE. PAGE I
Letters from
Heaven
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John Davis
ASSISTANT LIFESTYLE EDITOR
Do miracles really happen? For people of faith all over the world, the idea
of miraculous healing of diseases is a central pan of their beliefs. The art
of medicine is nearly as old as belief in the supernatural, and as mankind
learns more about the mysteries of the human body, the achievements
of medicine increase in scope and ability. Both theologians and doctors
often wonder at the questions of miracles and healing.
Andy Farkas, who is neither theologian nor doctor, but a student here
at ECU, has spent the past year and a half asking these questions.
!hrkas, an art major concentrating in printmaking, is preparing to
graduate, and as a pan of his course requirements, is assembling a senior
� vhibicion of his work. This work is a Japanese accordion-style folio of
prints based on sketches Farkas drew of people and situations at Pitt
Memorial Hospital.
Titled Saints in a House of Healing, the work focuses on patients in
certain situations accompanied by the patron saints of those situations.
Ivach "story" in the book features a copper etching of a situation and a
poem-letter addressed from the saint to the patient. Farkas has
constructed thirteen books, an artist's proof and then twelve others for
rhc twelve disciples of Christ.
Farkas is excited about his project, especially since his original idea
was not quite so involved. "I originally just wanted to do a scries of
prints of surgeries he said.
At first, he met with obstacles even getting into the operating room.
! Ic began by contacting the hospital's medical illustrator, who got him
into the cadaver lab, where he spent a while sketching cadavers. After a
few months of this, he was put in touch with Dr. Walter Pories, former
head of surgery at the hospital and currently a professor of surgery and
Mochemistry.
He began to accompany Pories on his rounds. "Dt Pories dressed me
up in a lab coat so I wouldn't make the patients feel skittish Farkas had
to obtain permission from any of the patients he wanted to draw. But he
liked going on rounds. "That was probably my favorite pan, going on
rounds with the doctors, visiting patients, even more so than the
nixrrating room
But h: did get into the operating room. It was during all this that he
realized he wanted to do more than make a few pictures. He struck on
rhe idea of making a book. "I didn't know if I wanted to tell a story or
just have a book of illustrations. I was talking to Dr. Ehlbeck (Farkas's
printmaking professor) and he suggested that a print I'd made reminded
liim of St. Anthony
From there the idea grew. Farkas went to the library and read
ountlcss reference books about saints and the lives of the saints. He
licgan to see connections between the saints and certain situations he'd
encountered at the hospital. He came up with the idea of writing letters
from each saint to each patient, and Smuts in a House of Healing was bom.
When he talks about his book, Farkas's eyes light up with inspiration.
The experience at the hospital has filled him with stories. Fbr each print
and letter, Farkas has his own emotional experience. If you let him, he'll
tell you the story of each one, of the person behind the face in the
engraving. One of the most personal prints is the one for St. Dymphna,
the patron saint of mental illness, which features a print of Farkas's
grandfather while in the midst of battling Alzheimer's disease.
Now, as he is putting the final touches on the original thirteen books,
he is also talking to an editor and a publisher about the possibility of
producing the book in a less expensive format so that more people can
enjoy it. An art gallery in Raleigh is already interested in the possibility
of displaying the book.
Though he's excited about the future, right now he's still a student,
and his time is filled with preparations for graduation and for his senior
exhibition which will be held at the Brody Medical Building, and is open
ro the public. He is awed by the opportunities he's been given and the
strange and iaspirational things he's learned from all of this, When you
look at that light in his eyes, you can tell that, whomever the saints are,
Andy Farkss believes in miracles.
Andy farkas puts the finishing touches on his project (top) the print from the St Panteton page (bottom)
PHOTO BY JON OAVIS. ARTWORK BY AHOY FARKAS
"Saints in a House of Healing"
November 30 - December 6, 1997
Brody Medical Building lobby
(next to Pitt Memorial Hospital)
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moviereview
Starship Troopers is more redundant than revisionai
Dale Williamson
SENIOR WRITER
8 OUT OF 10
Paul Verhovcn's latest jab at the sci-
fi genre, Starship Troopers, is being
hailed by many critics as an
ingenious, biting satire that
disguises itself as an ultra-violent
futuristic action flick where Earth
goes to war with a planet of giant
bugs. As a rookie film critic, I
acknowledge Verhoven as a
satiristand lean see the social pokes
his latest film dishes out. I also
acknowledge that his film is meant
to be more fun than serious. Still,
despite all the greatness it does
exhibit, Starship Troopers ultimately
feels a bit empty.
Basing their story on Robert A.
Heinlein s classic novel of the same
name, Verhoven and scriptwriter Ed
Neumeier toy around with and, in a
sly way, make fun of the patriotic
war films that dominated American
theaters in the '40s and '50s. Set in
the distant future, the plot follows a
group of young, idealistic high
school students who follow their
dreams and hearts and join an elite
military organization known as the
Federation. While most of this teen
gang enthusiastically throw
themselves to the Federation,
Johnny, our lead hero played by
Casper Van Dien, does so for the
wrong reasons. He goes against his
parents wishes to pursue another
career and joins the Federation
infantry (his math scores are way
too low for anything else) hoping to
impress and stay in contact with his
high school love, Carmen (played by
Denise Richards), whose test scores
and abilities have allowed her to be
a pilot.
The first hour of the film is
spent developing these very cliched
characters in very
cliched ways, but
that seems to be
part of Verhovcn's
joke. He sets things
up to be a campy
Saved By The Bell
episode, something
very , safe,
wholesome and
American. Despite
the cheesy nature of
the first half, it
works because the
second half is
nothing but a
horrifying blood
bath. Once the giant
bugs appear, literally
hundreds of humans
are impaled, torn
apart, bit in half,
burned to death and
simply
dismembered.
Verhoven is not
known for holding
back, and he
definitely cuts loose
here.
A staple of anti-
war films is to
depict an optimistic
and ideal world (usually small-town
America) that is shattered once the
reality and violence of war sets in.
This is exactly the formula such
protest films as Bo-n on tfo Fourth of
July used. Despite Verhoven's
insistence that Starship Troopers
does not take an anti-war stance, it's
grisly depiction of war (this is,
without a doubt, one of the most
violent films I have ever seen) and
its satiric take on patriotism sure
seem to be making some kind of
point.
Technically, Verhoven is in top
form here. The special effects are
superb, some of the best the big
screen has been graced with in a
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long time. The satire is evident, and
the film does touch upon some
larger issues, such as unnecessary
military aggression and" sexual
equality within the military Starship
Troopers is a film unlike any other.
But then again, it isn't.
One of the main problems with
Verhoven's extravaganza is; that, not
only is it a bit too excessive at
points, but it also feels redundant.
Verhoven seems to be borrowing
from so many sources, including
himself, that it's hard to escape the
feeling of "been there, done that
despite the groundbreaking special
effects and record body count.
In this day and age of cinema,
one could argue that most, if not all,
films are simply older stories being
rehashed with bigger budgets, and
that is true for the most part. But
the ones that stand out are those
that take a genre to another level,
those that somehow add more
substance to older ideas. Starship
Troopers is a good film, but it
ultimately doesn't offer anything
new.
If you want satire, rent Terry
Gilliam's Brazil; if you want anti-war
films, watch Oliver Stone's Platoon
or Stanley Kubrick's Paths of Glory; if
you want science fiction action
complete with space marines and
alien bugs, James Cameron's ABens
is the better choice; if you want a
better Verhoven flick with a more
focused satiric edge, Roboeop is! still
tops.
Leaving Starship Troopers, I felt
like I usually do leaving the state
fair. You know the feeling � ywi're
bloated with an excess of junk' food
like mustard-dipped corn dogs,
caramel-glazed apples and sugar-
coated dough. You may have Had
fun, but you're not exactly
nourished. Fbr a more substantial
meal, check out some of the films
mentioned above. However, if you
just want to indulge in one of the
most intense pieces of brain candy
ever created, then Starship Troopers
will definitely fill you up.
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8 Tuesday. November 18, 1997
style
The East Carolinian
Bottle
continued from page 7
song is about a woman who got sick
and tired of her do-wrong man and
told him to hit the road, but
nevertheless she misses him.
Henneman has a special ability to
empathize with the characters he
writes about without being overly
sentimental or wretchedly cheesy.
;He sings, "Every time it ends up
Ithis way she swears she's learned
!her lesson This time is he coming
Heaven
continued from page 7
backshe's getting tired of
guessingThen she looks at his
dirtv laundry down the
hallwhere's he at? Why doesn't he
call?" By the time the song is over,
you're on the side of this solitary
smoker and you hope her man does
right by her.
Just as touching is
Indianapolis but the empathy
this provokes is harder earned. It's
about being broke down, both your
car and yourself. The chorus
proclaims, LCan't go westCan't go
eaststuck in Indianapolis with a
fuel pump that is deceased all
the while the Rockets roar. The
band brings it down low with
Henneman lamenting, "Right now
strange and inspirational things
he's learned from all of this. When
you look at that light in his eyes,
vou can tell that, whomever the
my future's in the hands of the
boys down at Firestonestuck in
Indianapolis feelin' all alone No
woman, no car, just a greasy guy
named Earl.
But the Bottle Rockets are no
one-man show. Tom Parr (guitar),
Tom Ray (bass) and Mark
Ortmann (drums) show their stuff
on the title track and on "Slo
Toms a Bottle Rockets hangout
that "ain't much of nothin
Other standouts on the album
include "Turn For the Worse" and
"Perfect Far Away At times, 24
Hours a Day does drag a bit on
songs like "Dohack Joe" and "One
of You but all in all, it's well worth
your time and heart.
Zoomer
continued Irom page 7
saints are
miracles.
Andy Farkas believes in
and poppy riffs. There are some cool
little tricks that he does in this track
such as during the line "she's going
up and she's going down the guitar
chords rise and fall in key
respectively. As the disc spins merrily
forward, there is a greater emphasis
on the keyboards and saxophone
playing done by Jon Lovcdog (if that
is not the epitome of a 70's pimp-
name, then let us all be damned).
Most of the "psychedelia" lies within
the maneuvers of the keyboard,
adding trippy sound effects that are
intended to propel the mind into
various parts of the universe.
There is also certainly a Beck
influence. Our pal Zoomer is not as
talented as Beck, but if Beck had his
own little category of crazy trip-hop,
retro-pop rock music, then Zoomer
would be in the same bin. Zoomer
thinks on the same level as Beck
when he wants to get the most out of
his music and make it unusually
interesting to the ear as well. Also,
Zoomer is one with Beck when it
comes to the odd choice of lyrics that
accompany the obscure music.
Zoomer parallels this oddity with
such deranged lyrics as: "and the
band played on, like a rolling stone,
with a gangster mouth, singing angel
songs The highlight of the album
rests within the track "looking 4
Something It is an extremely poppy
song with some pretty hopeless
lyrics: "I've been looking for
something, it ain't looking for me,
I've been looking for something,
nothing's all I see The guitar track
in this song would make any
rhythmlcss fool do the Cabbage
Patch with John Travolta and not
think twice about it.
The general feel of this album is
like a 70's-style apartment. There arc-
about 50 people too many in the
apartment and a big disco ball in the
center of the room hanging from the
ceiling. All of the people look like
characters from Welamie Btirk Kotter
and are all totally grooving to this
album. With the trippy keyboard
sounds and the sorta-Rolling Stones-
esque guitar riffing accompanied by
the saxophone, a very retro style-
album is born. A touch of Pink Floyd
is revealed at the close of the album
when we hear a man leaving a
message on an answering machine
(which hints at ther.es displayed
on The Wall)- .After hearing Maximum
Plastic a number of times, it does have
potential to grow on you.
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9 Tuesday. November 18. 1997
sports
The East Carolinian
Football Team
prepares for
NC State

AMANDA ROSS
SPORTS EDITOR
It's the match up fans have waited for all
season � the Pirates versus the
Wolfpack.
ECU has been on a roll lately, winning
their last four games. ECU beat
Cincinnati 14-7 on ESPN last week,
breaking their 0-3 Thursday night
streak. With a win this week over N.C.
State, ECU 5-5, 4-2) could complete
their fourth straight winning season. The
Wolfpack (5-5,3-5) is coming off a 31-24
victory over Virginia on Saturday.
Last year, the Pirates handed State
their heads on a platter, with a 50-29
romping in Chadotte at Ericsson
Stadium. Running back Scott Hariey
sent' the Wolfpack home with their tails
between their legs when he set an
NCAA record for most rushing yards
(351) by a sophomore but you can take
last year's game and throw it out the
window. The players play down the
rivalry and just see it as another game,
but for the seniors, it would mean a lot to
end this season a winning note.
'We have a four game winning streak
;oing for us senior defensive back
libari "Snoop" Wallace said. "Wfe have a
winning season for the seniors, which
I'm part of, so it's definitely going to be
personal"
Hindered with ankle injuries all
season, senior split end Larry Shannon,
who wasn't expected to play Thursday
night, but still did, said he wouldn't miss
this game for anything. Despite not
being completely healed, Shannon will
give it his best shot this Saturday.
"This is my last game ever in an ECU
uniform Shannon said, "just like last
week, nothing is going to hold me out;
this week is going to be the same thing.
I might not be 100 percent but I'm going
to be effective and I'm going to go out
and make some plays and help my team
try co win the game
Head Coach Steve Logan is preparing
his defense for a tough N.C. State
offensive that likes to run the option.
Logan isn't sugar coating his advice to his
defense.
The first thing we've got to do is
contain their offensive people Logan
said. "I told our defense the other day,
that 1 think it would be foolish of me to
talk to our defense about keeping them
out of the end zone. We're not going to
do that; Florida State didn't do that.
Logan's concentration will be trying
to contain the Wolfpack on offense while
jump starting ECU s own offense.
"What we've got to do is control the
damage Logan said. "In the mean time
our offense has got to score. We can't run
up and down the football field like we
did Thursday night and not scoreWe
have to get up and down the football
field and put the ball in the end zone
because I believe North Carolina State is
going to to do that
State has put the ball in the end zone
36 times, 18 each in the air and on the
ground. The Pirates have 21
touchdowns; six on the ground and 15 in
the air.
This will be the 21st meeting
between the schools with State holding
the edge 12-8 in the scries. Kick off is set
for 1 p.m. this Saturday
(Top) The Bearcats tried unsuccessfully to get in the emtzone dwing their last possession in the game to try to tie the Pirates. The ECU defense stopped the drive and
the Pirates held on for the win. (Bottom, right) Fans love ESPN and there were plenty of signs and crazy fans that got on national TV. ECU finally won a Thursday
night game, previously going 0-3. (Bottom, left) Dan Gonzalez, Jason Nichols, and Larry Shannon watch as the defense holds Cincinnati to one touchdown Thursday
night on ESPN. The Pirates won 14-7 and piay their final game this Saturday against N.C. State.
PHOTOS IT AMANDA PROCTOR
Congratulations
ECU swept the offensive and defensive Conference USA players of the week for their performance Thursday nigfrt against
Qncinnati. Congrahilations to these players.
Offense
Dan Gonzalez, QB
Gonzalez threw for 338 yards
and established ECU sirigie
game records for pass attempts
(62) and completions (37)
against Cincinnati. He
connected on a five-yard
touchdown pass to Marcellus
Harris as Gonzalez went over
300 yard mark in passing for
the second straight week to
earn Offensive Player of the
Week honors a consecutive
time.
Defense
Jeff Kerr, LB
Kerr was in on a C-USA season
high 23 tackles and played a
major role in the Pirates holding
the conference's leading rusher
team to just 152 yards on the
ground . Kerr, who leads ECU
with 151 tackles on the season,
also added a pass breakup in the
win.

CONFERENCE
USA

Last week's
results
ECU 14, Cincinnati 7
�Memphis 21, Louisville 20
Southern Miss 33, Houston 0
Mississippi 41, Tulane 24
This week's
games
ECU at NC State
Tulane at Houston
Southern Miss at Memphis

Regular season ends while tourney play begins
Volleyball team
seeded sixth in CAA
tourney match on
Friday
Paul Kaplan
ST.Kff WRITER
The ECU women's volleyball team
ended their regular season play with
a triumphant win over the out-
matched Wofford Terriers. The
Pirates won in three matches, 15-5,
15-12, and finished the final match
15-5 with a final spike by junior
Kristen Wkrner.
"They really did not match well
against us; we handled them pretty
well Head Coach Kim Wklker said.
In the second match, after Warner
went down with an ankle injury,
Walker was forced to shuffle the
lineup around a little bit and move
some of the women into positions
they weren't comfortable playing.
ult was nerveracking; the rotation
got messed when Kristen went out,
but we stuck it out and got the win.
1 normally play outside hitter, and I
had to step up and play setter
freshman Qnta Claro said after the
win over Wofford.
Claro finished the game with
eight kills, and led the team with
eight digs and four service aces.
"Cinta did a real nice job for us;
she stepped in and maintained
things and got us through that
(second) set Walker said.
The Pirates have now won four-of
their last five games, with their latest
loss coming in four games 15-2,3-15,
15-10, 15-7 last Wednesday to 30-6
Campbell University
"We played flat against them
(Campbell). We need to focus again
and maintain that competitive
focus Walker said.
Claro led the Pirates in that
match with 13 kills, seven digs, and
three blocks. Liz Hall, who was back
for only her second game since an
absence with Mononucleosis, added
eight kills, five digs, and three
blocks. Junior Kristen Warner
contributed 38 assists giving her
1,074' this season, which ranks her
fourth all-time.
This Friday at 4:30 p.m. at George
Mason University, the Pirates will go
head to head against James Madison
University. The Pirates are the sixth
seed going into the tournament and
JMU goes in as the third seed. This
will be the third matchup between
ECU and JMU this year. JMU took
the first contest in only three games,
during which ECU only scored 11
points in all three games. But in the
more recent match on Nov. 8, the
Pirates won in a tough come from
behind victory in five games to win
the match.
"I think this win says a lot about
what this team can do. All year we
have been down and we haven't
given up. I told them not to give up,
play hard and (winning) will take
care of itself Coach Walker said
after their victory over JMU.
"I can't wait for JMU this Friday,
this week will go really slow because
Swimmers Jap up
another victory
Non conference win
adds to stellar records
STF.VF. losky
SENIOR WRITER
Freshman LuCinda Mason leaps for the ball during the Lady Pirate win over Wofferd
this weekend. The regular season is over for ECU as they play JMU in the conference
tournament on Friday. ECU is seeded sixth while JMU is seeded third.
PHOTO BY ADAM DALPORT0
of the excitement Claro said. Our
second JMU game was our best
game of the season, we played as a
team, and we all believed in each
other
The Pirates are finally all healthy,
after a long season in which the
Pirates saw two starters forced off
the court, Liz Hall with
Mononucleosis, and Kari Koerung
with a broken arm. They are finally
healthy and ready for the playoffs
this weekend.
ECU finished their regular
season with a record of 16 wins and
18 losses over all and 4-8 in the
CAA.
The ECU men's and women's
swimming teams left Davidson
College in their wake on Saturday
while they added another decisive
victory to their already-impressive
record. The men's team is 5-1 so far
and the women's team is still
undefeated with a record of 6-0.
"Both teams won handily said
Head Coach Rick Kobe. "As a matter
of fact, both teams dominated
On the men's team, Jim Broughal
blew all the other swimmers away
with his performance. He won each
event he competed in, including the
200 freestyle (1:45.11), the 50
freestyle (21.67) and the 100
butterfly (50.90). Broughal was also
on the 400 freestyle relay team, along
with Lee Hutchens, Matt Jabs and
Andy Byrnes. The 400 freestyle relay
won in 3:12.72.
Other members of the Pirates had
exceptional times that day. The 200
medley relay team won in 1:37.18
with Jacob Hartsell, Janet Martin, Pat
Kesler and Matt Jabs. Kesler went on
to win the 100 breaststroke in 57.80.
Brandon Tilley had a season best score
in the 200 breaststroke (2:08.00).
"Both teams won
handily. Asa
matter of fact,
both teams
dominated
Rick Kobe
Head Coach of Swimming I
Matt Jabs
added to his
two relay
victories with a
win in the 100
freestyle in
48.05.
Ryan
Baldwin had
both a season
and a career
high score in
the three-
meter dive
competition. His score of 251.00
one that easily beat the other div
Baldwin also won the one-meter div
with a score of 209.00. The mem
team led Davidson throughout di
meet and won with a score of 179-12
Amanda Atkinson led the women's
team to their sixth win. She won th
100 backstroke in 1:01.46 and the i
backstroke in 2:09.69. Atkinson
Sandra Ossman, Kim Field an
Cynthia Clawson won the
freestyle relay in 3:41.03. Samanthg
Perry won the 100 breaststroke ii
1:07.64. She went on to win the 20$
breaststroke in 2:25.53. I
Hollie Butler helped the Pirate
out with two victories, one in the 100,
freestyle (54.26) and the other in the
200 freestyle (1:56.91). Camnv
Crossen won the 100 butterfly itf
58.55. Casey Sloan outswam all of thej
distance swimmers. She took the 50Q
SEE SWIMMING. PAGE tt
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10 Tuesday. November 18. 1997
sporis
The East Carolfnian
Bowling World Cup begins,
Finland leading women
CAIRO, Egypt (AP) Rcija
Lunden, a member of Finland's
national bowling team, led the
women's division after the first
eight games Sunday of the 1997
AMF Bowling World Cup.
Lunden's 1,788 total pinfall
included a 277 game, the highest
single for women thus far. She was
followed by Nicol Harvey, an
English college student who felled
1,706 pins in the women's
morning competition, and
Malaysia's Shalin Zulkifli, with
1,703 pins. Zulkifli was the
runner-up in the 1996 World Cup
in North Ireland.
The men bowl their first
rounds of competition later
Sunday at the International
Bowling Center. Among the
favorites are 1997 World Games
champion Gerv Verbruggen of
Belgium and the 1988 World Cup
champion Mohammed
Khalifa al-Qubcisi of the
United Arab Emirates.
A record 84 nations are
participating in the annual
competition. Qualifying continues
through Tuesday, when both the
61-player women's field and the
72-player men's field are trimmed
to the top 24 players.
Seminoles visit the swamp
to face archrival Gators
TALIAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) For
the third time in less than a year.
Florida
State coach Bobby Bowden is
getting ready for archrival Florida.
Last year, Bowden's second-
ranked Seminoles (10-0) lost their
bid for a national championship
Jan. 2 when Florida handed them
a 52-20 defeat in the
Sugar Bowl only five weeks
after Florida State's 24-21 victory
in Tallahassee. Now it's back to
Gainesville.
Last year they came in here
No. 1 and we beat 'em Bowden
said Sunday.
"This year we're going down
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Cross country teams finish regional meet
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The ECU men's cross country
team finished 20th, while the
women's squad placed 22cd at the
NCAA District III Regional meet,
hosted by Furman University on
Saturday.
Junior Jamie Mance
(Wilmington, Del.) led the pace
for the Pirates by running in 31:35
on the 10,000 meter course,
finishing 27th overall. ECU's
freshman tandem of Stuart Will
Swiming
continued from page 9
freestyle in 5:12.43 and rhe 1000
freestyle in 10:32.78. Cascv Dodge
(Lilburn, Ga.) and Steve Arnold
(Woodbridge, Va.) placed as the
squad's No. 2 and No. 3 finishers.
Will finished 78th in 32:41, while
Arnold placed 131st in 33:51.
Sophomore Brian Beil
(Stafford, Va.) placed 154th in
34:19, while junior Mike Marini
(Wilmington, Del.) finished in
34:41 to place 166th.
ECU's women's team was led
by sophomore Robin Bates
(Winslow, Maine) who finished
91st in 19:27 on the 5,000 meter
course. Senior Karen Reinhard
(Burke, Va.) ran in 19:38 to finish
107th. Kerri Harding (Baypoint,
N.Y.), the Lady Pirates No. 1
runner, finished 133rd in 20:04.
won the three-meter diving
competition with a score of 263.00.
The women's team ended the
meet with 183 points to
Davidson's 119.
"It was a long meet Kobe said.
"We had some extra events. Wc
trained hard for the meet and
lifted on Friday, so wc had "no rest.
We're happy with our performance
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Freshman Becky Testa
(McDonald, Ohio) finished 139th
in 20:17, while fellow freshman
Fran Lattie (Lumberton, N.C.)
placed 166th in 20:53.
"We had great weather, the
course was good and our team gave
a good effort today but did not
perform well said ECU women's
cross country coach Charles
"Choo" Justice. "It was a
rebuilding year. We made a lot of
progress this year and we will need
to continue to make progress next
season. If we can continue to make
progress, we could finish in the
top 10 at the NCAA Regionals
next year said Justice.
and the intensity of the kids
The meet was the last home
meet of the season. Their next
meet is Nov. 20-22 at Chapel Hill
for the Nike Cup Championship
Invitational. The rop 25 swimming
teams in the country have been
invited to Chapel Hill for the
tournament, and the Pirates are
more than ready to face them.
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brings true Latin dance to the stage. Student tickets are available at the CTO
for $10. All tickets are $20 at the door. See the show for only $5 with discount
coupon on page 177 of ECU Clue Book.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19 AT 8 P.M. IN WRIGHT AUDITORIUM
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If you have trouble getting where you need to go for weekends or
holidays, check out the RideRider Board at the foot of the stairs in the
basement at Mendenhall Student Center.
INDEPENDENCE WEEKEND
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Friday: Uleeis Gold (R) at 8 p.m. and Sng Blade (R) at 10 p.m.
Saturday: Trainspotting (R) at 8 p.m. and Uleeis Gold (R) at 10 p.m.
Sunday: Sling Blade (R) at 8 p.m. and Trainspotting (R) at 10 p.m.
All films screen in Hendrix Theatre.
Your student ID gets you and a guest in for free.
New Music
Catch the latest up-and-coming bands for free in The Pirate Underground
EVERY THURSDAY AT 8 P.M. IN THE MSC SOCIAL ROOM.
This week: LeeSilomon
Help Vovjalt by Jielping cjfhe.r'
The Ronald McDonald House needs non-perishable goods to help needy
families through the holiday season. For every two items you donate,
Mendenhall Recreation Area will reward you with a coupon good for a free game
of bowling or a half-hour of billiards.
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classifieds
The East Carolinian
FOR RENT
RINGGOLD TOWERS
Now taking leases for
1 bedroom, 2 bedroom &
Efficiency apartments.
CALL 752-2865
TWO BEDROOM, TWO BATH Du-
plex-New! Wd hookups, gas logs, pa-
tio, roomy. Quiet, safe neighborhood.
Graduating. Must rent. $550 per
month plus deposit (neg). Neil or Jon
931-1051, leave message.
THREE OR FOUR BEDROOM town-
House. 3 12 bath, with washer and
dryer. 1 year or 6 mos. lease wno de-
posit. Campus area. Call 752-8078.
SUBLEASE TWO BEDROOM IN
Windham Court from January 1998 to
Summer 1998. $350 for one person,
$425 for two. Call Stephanie at 931-
0673.
ROOMMATE NEEDED UNTIL END
of spring semester. Female to share a
two bedroom townhouse, 12 rent-
$170 plus 12 utilities. Call 321-7372.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED BY
January 1. 1998 to sublease 3 bed-
room apartment in Wilson Acres. $230
a month. Call Tracy, 758-9245.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED
ASAP to share two bedroom apart-
ment in Wilson Acres. $257 a month
plus 12 utilities. Call Stacey, 561-7267
FEMALE NON-SMOKER ROOM-
MATE needed to share 2 bedroom
apartment in Durham next semester.
$250mo. and 12 utilities. Call Terri at
757-0867 ASAP.
FEMALE NON-SMOKER ROOM-
MATE needed for apt. 3 blocks from
campus, $255 a month and 12 utilities.
Call 752-1652.
FEMALE NEEDED ASAP TO sub-
lease 2 bedroom apt. $212.50mo. plus
12 utilities. Call Amy, 353-4153.
CYPRESS GARDENS, 12 bad-
room condos on 10th Street. Free ca-
ble and water sewer. Half month free
to ECU students on new one-year con-
tract. Call Wainright Property Manage-
ment, 756-6209.
CLEAN ROOMMATE NEEDED IM-
MEDIATELY Two blocks from Plaza.
$206 plus 12 utilities and phone. Col-
lege undergraduate preferred. Call Phil
today for info: 321-2813.
CANNON COURT. 2 BEDROOM
townhouses on ECU bus route. Free
cable. Half month free to ECU students
on new one-year contract Call Wain-
right Property Management 756-8209.
TEACHER AIDES NEEDED. REAP, a
preschool program within ECU's Spe-
cial Education Department is looking
for a person interested in working with
3-4 year old preschoolers. For more in-
formation please contact Dr. Jim
Taylor or Ms. Kim Braddy at 328-6186
or 328-6195.
STUDENT ORGANIZATION NEEDS
SOMEONE to help organize dances.
Excellent experience in leadership,
communication, publicity, marketing.
Opportunity to work with musician
Looks great on resumes. 830-5403.
SEEKING RESPONSIBLE. Rf
ABLE STUDENT to pick up my child,
from his school and keep in my home
from 2:30 to 6:00, Monday thru Friday.
Please call Donna Walker at 7589240
after 6:00 p.m. to inquire. ,
PERSON WITH PLUMBING EX-
PERIENCE needed to work with area
electrician. Must be availably towork
morning hours. Flexible schedule. Call
Monarch Temporary Services, 321-
6000.
NOW HIRING PLAYMATES MAS-
SAGE earn great m�ney. Confi-
dential employment Call today,
747-7686.
EARN CHRISTMAS MONEY. A
great service. No investment, part-
time. Make your own hours. Also,
great fundraiser. Call 353-4244.
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1,088 SQUARE FOOT, FULLY
FURNISHED, 2 BEDROOM 2
BATH APARTMENT
$500MONTH. 758-5393
ROOMMATE NEEDED FOR TWO
bedroom apartment. One-half of
$415.00 rent utilities, and phone.
Open December, 1. Please contact
ASAP. Call 830-6992. Cypress Gardens.
Thank you.
ROOM FOR RENT AT Players Club.
Private room. Share bathroom. Rent
$220 per month plus 14 utilities. Call
321-7561. ask for Steve.

ROOM AVAILABLE AT PLAYERS
Club. Someone needed to move in
second semester ASAP. 14 utilities
and phone. Call Jamie, 321-7366.
PROFESSIONAL OR GRADUATE
STUDENT needed, non-smoker, for 2
bedroom duplex across from the ECU
i Center. $92.50mo 12 util-
. Avail. ASAPI CaH Tammy @ 767-
74.
BIG THREE BEDROOM HOUSE in
ECU area. 1 12 baths, central heat
ceiling fans, washer hookup, fenced in
backyard, pets OK. $850 month. Call
830-9502
APT. FOR RENT. TWO bedroom, one
bath, close to campus. Pets allow. $300
rent. Call 752-3333.
A DEPENDABLE MALE ROOM-
MATE needed to sublease 2 BR. du-
plex apt near campus, good location.
$200month plus 12 utilities. Call
James @ 754-2958.
A 2 BR. DUPLEX for rent near cam-
pus. Great location! Pets allowed!
$380month. Available Dec. 8th. Cal
758-7118, leave message. '
4 BEDROOM AVAILABLE AT Play-
ers Club Apts. 6-month lease begin-
ning Jan. Call Melissa at 321-7611
3 FEMALE ROOMMATES NEEDED
to sublease ASAP Players Club Apts.
Please call Michelle or Jill at 756-4080.
2 FEMALE ROOMMATES NEEDED
ASAP, Players Club Apts. 14 rent and
expenses (per person). Cal? Tracy at
353-6933.
CRUISE SHIP S LAND-TOUR Em-
ployment- L'eariS about nationalinf I
Cruise Lines and Land-Tour compa-
nies. World Travel (Hawaii, Mexico,
Caribbean). Excellent benefits bo-
nuses! We can help you make the con-
nection. 617-338-0574 Ext. C53621.
CASHIERS WANTED: FLEXIBLE
Hours, part-time or full-time. Contact
Kathy af'Trade Mart, 321-9263.
CAMPUS MANAGERS WANTED
EARNhosting parties for students.
Create your own schedule. Promotion-
aljifts and full training provided. Must
b outgoing. Opportunity to hire &
train others. Great income! Call Jill @
800-592-2121 x 197.
AEROBIC INSTRUCTOR. PITT
COUNTY Memorial Hospital is seek-
ing qualified individuals to teach aero-
bic classes through its Employee Re-
creation and Wellness Department.
Persons will contract to teach on a
part-time basis. Interested candidates
should contact Rose Anne between
8:00 1.m4:30 p.m. at 816-6601. Pitt
County Memorial Hospital
Crulss $279
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NEEDED JAN. 1ST ROOMMATE to
sham 2 bedroom duplex in Summer-
.haven. Professional ot grad student
preferred. Call Kim, 758-2800 or after
6:00 p-m. 321-8872.
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED. COL-
LEGE student or professional to share
2 bedroom mobile home, behind Hast-
ings Ford. Owner away often. $225.00
& 12 utilities. Call 756-4819 after 6:00
p.m.
MALE OR FEMALE ROOMMATE
needed! for Players Club apt. Please
call 353-2885, ask for John, Paul or
Heather.
HOUSE FOR RENT ONE block from
campus, 4 bedroom, 2 bath. Available
Dec 1 or Jan. 1. Call us at 758-4755.
Hurry, it wilt go fasti
FIREPLACE MT OWN BEDROOM!
Females: need someone to take over
lease Jan. 1st. 4 bedroom at Tar River
only $200 monthly plus 14 utilities.
Call 830-8882.
FEMALEMALE ROOMMATE
WANTED - Players Club Apts. 14 of
rent and expenses. Cal! Melissa at 321-
7613.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED:
NONSMOKER. neat, responsible
roommate wanted to share two bed-
room, two bathroom apartment at
Forbes Woods starting December 1st
For more information, call Beth at 931-
0448.
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED.
14 uti.itiss, 8220 par month. Play-
ers Club Apts. Call ASAP 321-
FOR SALE
FEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED
ASAP or January, rent $179. Large
room with three closets, utilities and
phone, across from ECU. Contact Tara,
758-1152.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED.
NON-smoker, studious, to share 3
bedroom, 2 12 bath townhouse on
ECU Bus route. Fully furnished, 13
utilities. No pets. Call Lesley, 754-2942.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED
JAN. 1, really cute house one block
from campus. Rent $195.00. Great
dealt I Social drinker OK but serious
students please call Jennie, Liz or Er-
icka, 830-5419.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED
FOR 4 bedroom house 5 min. walk
from campus. $182.50mo 14 utili-
ties. Call Elizabeth @ 752-7325.
WATERBED; PULL-SOB SOFT-
SIDE, mattross only, excellent condi-
tion. First $46 takes itl! Hurry if you
want rd Call 754-8099.
SONY XE-700 CAR Stereo Graphic
EQ Cass program to display mes-
sages across LCD screen. $400 OBO.
Ask for Don, 758-3531.
SHOCKS FOR YOUR BIKE: Manitou
Three Suspension Fork! Great condi-
tion (rebuilt June'97) Comes with two
Elastomer kits, medium and firm. $85.
CaH 757-1877.
PIONEER KEX-MS00 SUPER Tuner
3, 6 CD changer wremote detachable
face and tape player. $400 OBO. Ask
for Don, 758-3531
MOTOROLA MrCRO-TAC 1SSO Cell-
ular flip phone, leather case, 2 batter-
ies, wcharger, $100060. Ask for�ort,
758-3531.
MONGOOSE IBOC 17" XTR-LX
Syncos, $550.00. Manitou SX-Ti shock,
$225.00 Call 830-3952.
GT MOUNTAIN BIKE. 1 12 years
old. Excellent condition. Kept indoors.
Shimano brakes and shifters. Must
see. Paid $525.00 new, asking $250.00,
will negotiate. 353-2911.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR a happy,
healthy, lovable companion with lots
of personality? Try one of our Persian
kittens. Whites, solids, bi-colors. CFA
Grand Champion Blood Line. 355-
1793.
AKC COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES.
beautiful colors, bred for tempera-
ment. First shots and wormed. Black
$250; buff $200. Call 353-4244.
1990 GEO STORM-GSI Sport, great
condition, AMFM cassette, air condi-
tioning, fog lights, recent tune-up.
$4,000. Call 321-3860.
11' HEALTHY BURMESE PYTHON
with cage and heat rock. Needs good
home with good owner. $800 negoti-
able. Cal! 830-6992 for more informa-
tion.
SERVICES
PROFESSIONAL TYPING SERVIC-
ES. MA-Engiish. Fast turnaround, rea-
sonable rates. Most $1.S0pp. Reports,
term papers, thesis, etc. Windows 95.
Call Jamie at 758-1161 day or 758-4567
eve.
GREEK PERSONALS
HELP WANTED
PAID MARKETINGMANAGEMENT
INTERNSHIPS.
The Colorworks is currently recruiting on
campus for a limited number of summer
98 management positions. Cain Hands-on
experience and liuild your resume. Last
summers average earnings 7,223.
Minimum CPA 2.0. For more information
nnri fn trhpHiilp n interview
Call 1-800-477-1001.
THANK YOU PI KAPPA Alpha for
Thursday nght tailgating. We had a
great time. Love, Sigma Sigma Sigma
THANK YOU UL' SISTERS for Fri-
day night! We had a blast! We love
you guys! Love, your Sigma Big
Sisters
SISTERS OF THE WEEK: Alpha Del-
ta P-Lindsay Peeler, Amy Miller, Shan-
non Schmidt, Megan Packard. Alpha
Omicron Pi-Megan Simpson, Chassidy
Millsap. Alpha Phi-Carrie Peters, Leigh
Murphy, Koryn Newill, Kim Lewis. Al-
pha Xi Delta-Nikki Schmidt, Karen
Webb, Alayne McNeal, Jenn Boyd. Chi
Omega-Jen Buckley, Shannon Whit-
tington, Meri Hines, Jamie Hand. Delta
Zeta-Heather Brown, Lisa Waterfield,
Brandy Nichol. Sigma-Lee Jordan,
Sage Hunihan, Jennifer Miller, Maya
VanDyken. Zeta Tau Alpha-Wendy
Melton, Taryn Cavaco, Amy Bergner,
Christy Lee. Pi Delta-Ami Brasure,
Stephanie Jones, Leslie Garris, Ashley
Dix.
LAMBDA CHI. THANKS FOR the
Predowntown Tuesday night. It was
great getting together with you! Love,
Alpha Delta Pi
KAPPA ALPHA AND KAPPA Sig-
ma, we had a great time at the tailgate
Thursday night with Chi Omega.
Thanks!
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALPHA
OMICRON Pi's newest sisters:
Stephanie Cox, Leigh Hancock, Kim
Register, and Heather Stancill We love
you! Love, your sisters!
CHI OMEGA, WE HAD lots of fun
with you Thursday night. Hope we can
hang out together again soon!
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OTHER
SEIZED CARS FROM S17S. Porsch-
es, Cadillacs, Chevya, BMW's, Cor-
vettes. Also Jeeps, 4WD's. Your area.
Toll Free 1-800-218-9000 ext A-3726.
GOVT FORECLOSED HOMES
FROM pennies on $1. Delinquent Tax,
Repo's, REO's. Your area. Toll Free 1-
800-218-9000 ext. H3726 for current
listings.
GET PAID TO SHOP, eat out and
more! Free details. Send self-ad-
dressed stamped envelope to Busi-
ness Basics, PO Bo 97-SP, West Ber-
lin, NJ 08091-0097.
FREE CASH GRANTS! COLLEGE.
SCHOLARSHIPS. Business. Medical
bills. Never Repay. Toll Free 1-800-218-
9000 ext. G-3726.
COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID - Student
Financial Services profiles over
200,000 individual scholarships,
grants, loans, and fellowships - from
private and government funding
sources. A must for anyone seeking
Money for college! '1-800-472-9135 ext.
F53621.
SHOTS POSSIBLE TYPING PART
Time. At home. Toll free 1-800-218-
9000 ext. T-3726 for listings.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
TUE NOV. 18�VOCAL CHAMBER
Music with Four Hands, ECU Vocal
Quartet, John B. O'Brien, pianist with
Jean Barr, guest pianist, A.J. Fletcher
Recital Hall, 8:00 p.m. Wed Nov. 19�
Senior Repital, J. Benjamin Harrell,
voice, A.J. Fletcher Recital 7:00 p.m.
Thurs Nov. 20�Guitar Ensemble, El-
liot Frank, Director, A.J. Fletcher Reci-
tal hall 8:00 p.m. Fit, Nov. 21� Senior
Recital, Kristin Bjornsdottir, piano, AJ.
Fletcher Recital Hall, 7:00 p.m.
TIPS FOR WRITING PAPERS Work-
shops: Monday from 11:00 a.m12:00
noon and Tuesday from 3:30-4:30 p.m.
The Center for Counseling and Stud-
ent Development will be offering this
program the week of November 17th.
If you are interested in this workshop,
contact the Center at 328-8661.
THE RCLS SOCIETY WILL have a
meeting on Nov. 19th at 4:30 in Ming-
es Rsom 144. We will have a guest
speaker to talk about Aquatic Therapy.
We will also be announcing the new
society officers! Remember to keep
the tan food coming in. You have until
Nov. 24th at 4:00 p.m.
STRESS MANAGEMENT WORK-
SHOP Thursday from 3:30-5:00 p.m.
The Center for Counseling and Stud-
ent Development will be offering this
prosram the week of November 17th.
If you are interested in this workshop,
contact the Center at 328-6661.
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SIGMA GAMMA EPSILONthe
earth science honor fraternity) is hold-
ing their annual rock and mineral sale
on Nov. 18-20. It will be located on the
first floor of Graham Building from
10:00 a.m4:00 p.m. Items for sale in-
clude rare and unique minerals, gem-
stones, tumbled stones and geodes
from around the world. Proceeds wHI
go, toward Geology undergraduate
scholarships including the C.Q. Brown
Scholarship Fund. It also provides
' for two students to attend dm
ilC System-wide Summer Fieid
ip which is required for all B.S. Ge-
gy Students.
REAL CRISIS CENTER WOULD like
to thank all of its wonderful volun-
teers: Paulette Benz, Eric Blackburn,
Mary Boccaccio, Henry Brown, Su-
zanne Brown, Amanda Canady, Nicole
Cox, Katina Faulkner, Becky Finelli,
Greta Graves, Steve Green, Brandy
Harper, Christine Harrington, Randy
Hoggard, Russell Horning, Calandra
Ingram, Karen Jessick, Carmen Land,
Margaret Mayo, Amanda McCreary,
Dallas McPherson, Teresa Mudra, Con-
nie Palmer, Suzy Pfister, Lori Rath,
Fran Sankowski, Jennifer Shields, El-
len Stephenson, Sandy Traynor, Nancy
Thurninger, Jonni Wain right Sally
Walker, Amy Wh'rtley, Ellen Wrisley,
Queen Barnes, Paige Armstrong, Su-
san Walls, and Jill Zang
PRE-PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT IN-
TEREST Group will be meeting on
1121 at 12:00 in the Belk Bldg. Room
214. For more information, please con-
tact Ms. Ray at 328-4411.
PI KAPPA ALPHA, KAPPA Alpha
and Sigma Sigma Sigma, Tuesday
night was a lot of fun. We had a great
time hanging out with you guys.
Thanks from the sisters of Alpha Phi.
PERSONALITY - WHAT Type are
you? workshop: Wednesday from
1000-11:00 a.m. The Center for Coun-
seling and Student Development will
be offering this program the week of
November 17th. if you are interested
in this workshop, contact the Center at
328-6661.
MANAGING TEST ANXIETY
WORKSHOP: Wednesday from 3:30-
4:30 p.m. The Center for Counseling
and Student Development will be of-
fering this program the week of No-
vember 17th. If you are interested in
this workshop, contact the Center at
328-6661.
LEDONIA WRIGHT AFRICAN
AMERICAN Cultural Center Art Gal-
lery: An art collection from the Kuba
village of Africa is featured in the Blox
ton House Art Gallery on the East Car
olina University campus during regu-
lar office hours. Hours are Monday-
Thursday 8:00 a.m8:00 p.m. and Fri-
day 8:00 a.m5:00 p.m. Feel free to call
328-1680 for more details.
FRL NOV. 21�Jazz at Night, Carroll
V. Dashieli Jr Director, The Social
Room, Mendenhall Student Center,
8:00 p.m. Sat, Nov. 22�Senior Recital,
Michelle Renee Ullom, flute, A.J.
Fletcher Recital Hall, 7:00 p.m. Sat
Nov. 22�Graduate Recital, Michael
Weaver, viola, AJ. Fletcher Recital
Hall, 9:00 p.m. Sun Nov. 23�ECU
String Orchestra, Fritz Gearhart Direc-
tor, with soloists Mary Bone, Flautist
Andrew McAfee, principal hornist and
Brian Reagin, concertmaster of The
North Carolina Symphony, A.J. Fletch-
er Recital hall, 8:00 p.m. Mon Nov.
24�Senior Recital, Sonia Alcala, soj
prano. AJ. Fletcher Recital Hall, 7:00J
p.m. '
EAST CAROLINA HONORS OR-
GANIZATION (ECHO) meeting Thurs.
Nov. 20 at 5:30 p.m. in the lobby of
Fleming Hall.
AMERICAN MARKETING ASSO-
CIATION SOCIAL. Catch the Excite-
ment! Harry's. November 20th, 9-11:00
p.m. Free beverages provided
AMERICAN MARKETING ASSO-
CIATION GENERAL meeting. Wed-
nesday, November 19th, 2:00 p.m. in
GCB 1010. Special Guest Lee Tingin,
American Express Financial Advisor.
Free Pizza Hut Pizza!
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The East Carolinian is full of new surprises. And one of
the new surprises is the Readers' Choice Tab. This is the
first time the East Carolinian has done this. The Readers'
Choice gives you, the students, a voice to give your opin-
ion about your favorite places to eat, shop for a keg, best
place to park, and many more.
Over these past couple of weeks, The East
Carolinian has had a tremendous response to the surveys
that were sent out in the newspaper and the internet and
that were passed out. As an incentive for the students to
fill them out, we told them we would put all the names in
a barrel, and we would choose one name. The winner of
the Casio TV was Laurie A. Rouse.
Not only was a TV up for grabs, so were winner s
certificates in each category � from the best place to get
a late-night breakfast to the best place to five off campus
� voted on by the readers of The East Carolinian. The
company or place with the most votes were presented the
certificate, donated by The East Carolinian.
So please do not delay look inside the Readers'
Choice tabloid. See if your favorite place was chosen.
Who knows? Maybe you'll discover a new favorite place
of your own!
Thank you to all who voted and congratulations to
all the winners of The East Carolinian's first Readers'
Choice poll!
Congratulations
to our winner of the Casio handheld color T.V.
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Amy L.Royster Editor
Celeste Wilson Managing Editor
Derek Sernak Covar Daaignar
Matt Hece Advartaing Director
Jensina Sturz Tabloid Editor
Carole Mehle Haad Copy Editor
John murphy Staff Illustrator
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There's more for your lifestyle at
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fifty stores and shops. You'll find every
with the free enter-
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Title
The East Carolinian, November 18, 1997
Description
East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
Date
November 18, 1997
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newspapers
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Local Identifier
UA50.05.06.02.1253
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