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Sports 12
Spotlight 3
Monetary
ttugust 24, 1998
Opinion 5
Classifieds 1 1
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NCSU artists
Design school students show
their talents at Arts‘pacc.
Nuclear program draws citations
I o NCSU looks to make a few changes
after some safety violations concerning
radioactive material.
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N.(‘. State has received numerous safety
citations for its handling of radioactive
ntatertal
'Ilte citations. five in all. were issued earlier this year by the North Carolina
Department of Environment and Natural
Resources. Division of Radiation
Protection and tlte US. Nuclear
Regulatory Commission.
The citations list violations ranging front
failure to complete required monthly radi—
ation surveys to art inability to demonstrate that workers had received proper
radiation training.
Aaron Padgett. chief of the radioactive
materials section of the NC. Department
of Iinvironntent and Natural Resources.
said his department took the violations
very seriously. but added that entities as
large as NCSU are often cited for safety
violations.
“We look at any violation to be very
important." he said.
According to Franklyn Clikeman. a
nuclear engineering professor at Purdue
University. the cttations don't appear to be
too serious.
"I see something which borders on nit-
picking." he said. “You get a school this
large. there is no way you can not find a
violation."
However. some of the violations are
potentially distressing. including a citation
for placing radioactive material in an
unmarked refrigerator.
“That was not a proper storage area."
said Padgett. “You don't want people mixing their lunches with a radioactive mate
rial."
NCSU Radiation Safety Officer Nelson
Couch was apologetic as he discussed
many of the citations.
“The material in the refrigerator was an
unfortunate oversight." he said. adding
that there was nothing besides the radioactive material in the fridge. “That was stupid. It should never have happened."
Another citation focused on a lack of
evidence that NCSU workers had received
proper radiation training. (‘ouch said the
charge reflected problems that arise in a
large program.
“This is a huge university and. for vari«
ous reasons. [employees] don‘t show up
for training." he said. “We hope to have
that taken care of.“
Until March. NCSU had spent a year
without key training personnel. Couch
said.
“We didn‘t have a training person until
March." he said. “We struggled through
with training the best we could."
The state also cited NCSU for improper
completion of monthly radiation surveys.
“The state found that our surveys indi-
cated that contamination surveys were
current. yet when we went back and tried
to verify that. we couldn't." (‘ouch said.
According to Couch. the Improper stir
veys were due to a “misunderstanding of
the technicians on ltow they are supposed
to audit a lab."
In response to the citations. NCSU
issued a three-page letter detailing steps
taken to rectify the problems cited by the
state. According to Padgett. N(‘Sll‘s
response was “adequate."
“We have no immediate concerns of
safety at N.(‘. State." said Padgett. “Our
concerns are ntore long-term.“
Earlier this year. the US. Nuclear
Regulatory Commission issued a citation
to NCSU's nuclear reactor program. The
citation alleged that an NCSU procedure
allowing a radiation health physicist to
develop “instructions" was a violation of
standard procedure.
N CSU ponies up
“The problem was that new instructions
could be developed that could include
changes to the method and/or the acceptance criteria used to complete work.“ the
citation noted.
Jerry Wicks. NCSU‘s nuclear reactor
health physicist. could not be innttediately
$5m for arena
reached for comment.
Despite the citations. Couch contends
that NCSU still handles radioactive mate- 9 The rest of the arena authority’s $25 million for the deficit is coming from.
rial in a safe. careful ntanner.
lNCSIl‘s donation] means we have
“The materials we work with are small deficit may come from the Carolina Hurricanes $5“Well.
million ntore to play with." Williams said.
in amount and people are working safe- and loans.
“We are working With the Hurricanes now to
ly." he said.
find the extra $14 million."
Williams said that if the Carolina Hurricanes
and NCSU. the primary tenants of the new
News I'dttor
arena. contributed $14 million to the shortfall.
$6 to $7 million would come
NC. State decided to throw in an extra $5 the remaining
loans with a finanCIal institution.
million toward the over-budget sports arena front
said recently that all finanCIal troulast week -- instead of the $l0.5 million asked Williams
bles need to be ironed out by October I if the
“forby the arena authority,
be opened by September I. WW.
Nevertheless. Athletics Director Les arena is todate.
Robinson said the authority is happy With the ItsFortarget
NCSI
contrilnitton. Robinson said the
extra contribution M'Sl‘ made toward the $5 million "swould
come froitt the athletics
arena. The arena Is being constructed near
Carter-Finley Stadium; the estimated final department's existing budget.
“It's
money
that
we
hoped would go to other
cost for the building is at $l57 million.
“Front what I have heard. the arena authori— things withtri the athletic department." said
ty is very pleased with the contribution." said Robinson. “It's going to come front athletic
department revenue."
Robinson.
The arena authority wrote a letter to Athletics departitteni revenue comes trom
Chancellor Fox last week asking NCSU to things such as telcs IsIon. bowl and ticket rev
contribute $l05 million toward the arena's enue. and money from the Wolfpack (‘lub
$25 million debt. Ilowever. Robinson said the “Essentially. everything we spend III the Mile
university decided $5 million was more suit« Ietic department comes from those arcas."
Robinson said.
able.
“We discussed a lot of different figures " NCSI' originally contributed $22 million to
$l0.5 million. $6.6 million. $3 million." the arena. whose completion date and final
Robinson said. “$5 million was something budget ltas risen due to poor weather condi
that was thought to be a fair number."
tions. blunted on Iil Mint. and redesigns and
Curt Williams. the authority‘s executive Improvements. some of which were called for
director. said NCSU‘s donation means the when the (‘arolina Hurricanes joined the pro.
authority has a better idea of where the money ject in May of I997.
Technicians at Burlington nuclear labs often handle radioactive material.
lion Hunter Stall
Science Web site receives
Kessel discovered that he enjoyed teachpraise as a learning tool
mg.
“I like teaching," Kessel said. “I like
being in the classroom because it‘s sort of
like you‘re on stage.“
9 k science-based Welt site produced by NCSU Six tntemal sites make up Science Junction:
Data Depot. Teacher Terminal. Student
In I982. he was offered a position to
Station. NCSU Frontiers. l‘pgrade Route and
teach at NCSU. Currently he teaches cre- hopes to give students an opportunity for a
on sci-fi Web site
Communications Bridge. Within these areas.
ative writing and American literature. more hands-on experience.
students. both at hotne and in classroom setAnd. of course. Kessel teaches science
The Web site. which attracts between fiction/fantasy courses.
tings. can participate In experiments With
0 An NCSU professor/author’s work finds 25,000
NEll
HEIEIII
and
30.000
listeners
a
month,
with
——
other
SCIence Junction users. play arcade
Besides
teaching
full-time.
Kessel
is
in
its way to the Internet.
Staff Wnter
an age group ranging from l5 to 80 years the midst of writing a new science fiction
style games requmng deCIsions and strategy
old. has only been online since March novel called “Soft Upset." he is still in the
based on scientific principles. watch brief full~
When
most
adults.
young
or
old.
think
of
I996. However. it already contains 26 process of thinking and researching. He
videos. and scope out the latest
TflNVtI Joussou
their high school biology classroom. they motion
hours of audio dramas and hours of dra- suspects the novel will take
being done by NCSU scientists.
a couple of remember
Staff Writer
waist-high black countertops. research
mas from radio's ‘golden age.‘ Dove years to complete.
"We're trying to make It as interactive as
microscope
storage
cabinets.
sinks
and
Audio
is
planning
to
produce
an
audio
posmble."
said Park. For example. he Cited an
Kessel
has
already
published
three
other
audihis
having
to
used
Is
Kessel
John
collection of the stories from the novels. They are “The Pure Product." chrome gas fixtures with Bunsen burners experiment titled "Water What-ifs." in which
ence read his writings in print. But now book
attached to the end of rubber hoses.
site in October. and more stories will “Corrupting
science classes are invited to take water samDr.
Nice."
a
time-travel
conthe's getting more attention. and readers. Web
John
Park.
associate
professor
of
mathemat—
available on the Web site next year.
edy. and “Good News From Outer ics and science education at NC. State. would ples and measure pH levels. temperature. dis—
trotn his writings courtesy of the Internet. beKessel,
oxygen. nitrates. phosphates and
who plans to submit more work Space."
Kessel. an English professor at N.(‘. to be published
like the biology students of the next decade to solved
(insect) populations.
online. has been interest- His awards include receiving the Nebula have
State and an award-Winning author. was ed
something else in those classrooms: macroinvertebrate
Science
Junction will compile the results of
in
writing
science
fiction
since
he
was
Award
for
his
novella
“Another
Orphan"
“A
drama.
his
have
to
selected
recently
lntemet-connected personal computers.
a
young
boy.
But
he
“never
thought
it
in
1982.
and
his
story
“The
Miracle
of
Clean Escape." published on the Sci-Ft would be a career."
Park. who helped launch Science Junction. a
Ivar Avenue" is now a finalist for this Web
Sec Internet. Page 2
site: While growing up Kessel said that he year's
Web
Channel's
site produced by NCSU‘s College of
Nebula. The Nebula Award is a Education
http://wwwscifi.comaset/originals. The wanted
and NCSU's Science House. would
to
be
a
scientist.
But
with
science
prestigious
honor
bestowed
by
the
drama is 30 minutes long and was pro» fiction writers such as Isaac Asimov as Science Fiction Writers of America.
like to see computers and the interactive
duced for Seeing Ear Theater. a collection his mentor and hero. he continued to write
of the lntemet entwined in all secWINTEII:
Kessel feels his love for writing and potentialscience
of audio dramas available through the and to be fascinated by the subject.
education. from astrophysics
Student-"wisertars
teaching has made an impact on his stu- ondary
Internet.
to
zoology.
He later completed his college under- dents.
"A Clean Escape." one of 19 short sto- graduate
Science
Junction
(http:t‘t‘wwwnscuedu/sm81 815
at the University of “Students like the fact that I‘ve pubties In Kessel's book “The Pure Product." Rochester studies
which officially opened in
III m
in Rochester. NY. and earned lished fiction. They see me as a writer and encejunctionl').
Is a psychological suspense story in which
April of this year. gives teachers and parents luv- and Futuron:
Ion. ,Auq 2‘. 8 6p.I.
in both physics and English. He not just as a professor." Kessel said.
a psychiatrist tortures her patient. Kessel degrees
access
to
lesson
plans.
allows
students
to
paror Two- .Aun. ALLA:In.
originally wrote the drama as a one~act earned his master‘s degree and PhD. Kessel. who plans to continue to write ticipate in experiments. and provides a forum Sports and opinion:
M.
,.Ang 26, 6 Op.I.
from
the
University
of
Kansas
where
science fiction for years to come. has for users and teachers to communicate with
play; he seItt the story. along with others.
or rhino. .Ang. 27, 6 5p.I.
to Brian Sntith. organizer of Seeing Ear James Gunn. a well-known science fiction some advice for future writers.
each other. Materials are targeted at students
Nod Aug 26 97 001:. I.
Theater. After several revtsions. the play author and critic. acted as his mentor and “If you want to be a writer. write. Have in grades six to 12. Science Junction is the Photo and Dooiqn:
at Thur: ,Auq. 2‘7 95: 00p. I
was adapted into drama form and put on adviser.
faith in yourself and stay persistent. It's first site of its size and scope on the Web. said Co- to 323 Ixthoropoan
Studont Cantor
the Web,
After earning his doctoral degree. that simple.“
Parks.
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only suggested.
lt.tlttl on hips in a licld ol luminous hlticl. When asked ou tlteines of women‘s relationships and tamily relation- \lt'lIlieyIitirearefinds
outside ol‘gallertes and The answers are sad btit true Iroin the ttist plain tnIIII
how she Ilec ided nit the background. she said II was sitti- ships. In her “lite t'ycle." \IIL‘ depicts the tIaninioIi III a museums as wellherSheInspiration
try-rock-crappiness of Molly llatchet‘s “Silent Rt'lL‘ll I-I
is
fascinated
with
stained-glass
plc blue Is llelcu‘s tavorite color lllytlie. vvhn considwoman from an embryo through thiltllinntl .ido- windows. as the bright color schemes and simplified Heroes.” to the too-weirdly satirical violence oI Illtly‘
ct‘s Ilic emotional Itiipact oI het' color choices. also single
Cult‘s “Heaven I-orbid." and liiially Iltt'Uttt.‘lt
shapes
w
ithiti
her
work
attest.
Mclintire.
whose
father
is
blue.
red.
or
Squares
age,
old
and
adulthood
lescetice.
thought that blue suited Helen‘s aura. Blythe calls the yellow and green fabric are cut. seyvii and stuffed using a pastor. says that her work reflects. at times. her spiri- Oyster
Motorhead‘s fist-pumping yet yawn-inspiring "Snake
piece one III her tavorites
Bite love." the music is all what you might esp-gt! I
a technique called trapuiito. \\IlltIl .Illowx IIlt‘ .IIIIxI to IIIaIIty
libet' .Ittist .liilie Mel Iitit'c has seven works in the think
I’ainter .Iasoir Austin contributed live abstracts to the little out ol touch here and a little too connected to pa~i
and work III three dirtierisronx
show. including a quilt. lahiic sculptures and weavings. A series
ventures there.
of weavings by Mel ritirc titled " I he \Iaster‘
III IIeI sculptures and quilts. xhc Itsed brilliantly colored
So we‘ll start with the terrible and thrive on III III. lust
\t't‘ A Ti. lytlxt‘ 7
totton cloth. which she hand dyed using a technique Series" takes particular works of \‘an (Iogh. Renoir and
but not horrible. \lolly Hatchet tor one has .IIIIaI
been on the bottom end ot the southern rntk IooII t II.IIII
So all that was really worth hL‘L‘I‘IIIL' tioiri Ilrt‘ll Ilay . .I
mini-stars was the rad t IIIIJII-t'stlttt' \Itch’ .lll
I’hanktully. that‘s still around. so really Irnllirnz H I I‘
Party
suppresse
Suspense
consequential especially the glossy Irail Ivir Ict III
the tunes
Blue ( )y ster bolt. on the other hand, has Itcvt‘t not 1
e A survivor of Brent Road gives her account of the
easy to peg dowti Besides the L'Itlsslc' standby. lIm: I
annual festivities.
[ear the Reaper." the( tilt has always been III‘I‘III er: III
black humor ()h. and soaring rock that kickx I’tllltll“s
drives
as eypected. the new albtuii comes oil as little IIIIIIc that:
_K_IM IUIISDN
parody
ot~ parody. so there‘s not much there It . I‘ll
Matt \\'1 tier
cool to read ('trlt lyrics though “In solitary tor two xtt II
Thought of you xIvty times an hour righting IIII
\lih. Brent Road. A time to party. drink. dance. get years
madness lighting despair digging the hidden {\Irytc‘t
arrested. the I‘amoux block party has come and gone Yesl
‘Paradise’
once again l'here Is nothing like navigating the side- Finally. Motorheads DTUIII‘IIIL‘IIII never did III III II till
walks and lawns ot a road. squished like drunken sar- the classic rock canon. so it's not surprising that their
dines the element of fear in the air. as one misguided latest Icels dillcrent us well Nearly a decade alter the
0 “Return to Paradise” brings up
Itttn\Icated xtep dropx you into the arms of an officer. metal movement that ’vlotorhead Instercd had Itx high
valuable life questions.
the tIc\t thing you know. you are sitting in someone‘s
level of mass popularity. the sound ot Ilrtcc InIIxI
yard holding a piece of paper in the most lovely shade est
cians pouncing on their Instruments at three bearx .I
Nntnirt Duuoius
of pink and cursing at the cops.
microsecond can feel a little dated It still kicks. though
\ II" \\‘I'tt
llowev er. I have noticed In my years of partying that just now In a KnMat‘l sort ol way lltit as metal rtyelling at the cops is not the way to go. Props to the emerges as a viable musical force w itli the like . or I IIIII‘
inhabitants at til I; left. Dan and whoever else. The Biskit and Kom. it‘s only littirig that the graridtlaIIIII
lt seenrx as though a prerequisite
“ y'll loves cops“ banner was priceless.
lot this \k'tll s (Istai IIoIIIIrIatIous
headbangers are still around w upping butt
requires audiences In question themSince we are on the topic of the cops. I would like to UltImately. though. the vitality or “importance or
who .IIIcI secure a IIIIII \lIcI secpoint out the "citation conspiracy“ at Brent Road. The these yet—to—be extinct dinosaurs ol rock Ix hardly the
Irr-J '\.i\IIiI' Private Ryan.” one
vvltole thing has to do with those damn, bright as &‘°/oS point. No one will btiy them. ot‘coursc. but the latt that
wonders il the lite nl one person Ix
Ilood lights. \ow what is the purpose of those things”? you can still get new records lrorn anytliirigrbut—riew
north the lives oI eight others
I‘ll tell yoti why the cops roll those lights in on our bands is pleasing and inspirational Keep on .t-I'IickltI
Phoenix,
Vaughn
and
Conrad
in
‘Return
to
Paradise.’
as
rtxcll
.IInJIIs
'ls’ctnrrr to |’.II.IIlIsI‘
party the light acts as a blinding agent to make people me. baby. vR (Ireene
.III (Istar contender I‘\ posing the
fall Into the street. Speaking as a sober witness to this
a
a strcccssttil rob and a Iiauce year's festiv Ities. I can say that the lights make all peo- The Brian Setzer Orchestra-“The Dirtit- Boogie"
thcsIInII llnyv lllllvll Iynitld you do rented during their tr'IvoIty
hit your Iricntls“ llttec years Ill damaged bike that \hetit't had \IIeI'rt't Is Initially only reluctant due ple tall. riot inst the people that are under the influence iii l/z
prison ' \Iv \eaix III pIIsnri‘ l)e.itlr‘ I\‘\\C\I II\c‘I‘ .l c'llll: tlc'sl‘tlc lL‘\\Ix‘ In Iris owII IIIdItler'ence. but a devel- ol~ alcohol So Iievt year. down with the flood lights and All I can say after listening to this compact disc is that
I‘l‘IL‘L‘IIIIII
oping at'IaII between Itetlr .lllcl hint. tip with the Christmas lights.
(II .I lIIctIIIIe ot :IIIII'
Seller is an anchronism. Whether it‘s the \t-I/t-r
\IIeIIII I\Irrte \.ltlL'lIIIl lnIIy lhc nl'licei's happened upon the shatters lrIs selIIshuess and compli- Yes. I want more Christmas lights. The house next to ofBrian
Stray Cats fame or the one who‘s currently getting
III.I\ III I t‘lll.l\ll and I ents I Ioaqurn hash that I'eitrarncd and promptly LIIIL'\ lllc‘ tlt'c IsIIIII
the
"Budweiser”
house
w
ins
the
best—decorations
tons
ofair
play with what the public has alIL'Llltlllillt‘h
award
‘1 cat“ l'lrneinvr Initii lrientlslups arrested lewrs Int tr’at‘tickrrig. an ‘ Return to l‘at‘atlise“ is a thrrlluig ot‘the night Ditto for the swimmers ~— you all were try- dubbed “that (rap song." it‘s fairly obvious that ”I I.II. .
durtn; their yatatInIIx III \Ialaysia ottcnse I‘tuuslialtle III \Ialayxra by tilnr. captivating Its audiences \y Ith a ing with the lights in your bushes. Kudos to all of the caught in some sort oftime warp
llIe recent college graduates rent a death Beth e\p|.IIItx In \Iter‘rtl and combination ot'diairia I'oiirauce attd decorators on Brent Road.
Not that this is a bad thing mind you t was a big Ian
house on the beaches III l’eIIatIg. lorry that I eyvrs' only chance at stit- xIpreIIse Iltc director ,loxeph So overall I guess Brent Road was okay. I have had of titties retro-pop back in the eighties when the \trtty
\Ialay sI.I Ihe_\ Invest their tune and viyirig Is It they return In \Ialayxia Ruben. paints a bi Illiatit paiadnvital more fun in the previous years. This year. it seems as Cats first burst on to the scene with "Rock this town
Illtlll\:\ III lllk clL'JIIt‘II ill Illc'll tl\\|l it uh her and admit that a portion ot portrait nI paradise Ileche and though the house that had alcohol had no music. and the And I must admit I‘m liking this new brand ol lounge
IIIt\I\eIrsI\c |I.IslIIsh the Iraxh belonged to them It‘hntli of \aughu show great clieirtrstr‘y on the ones that had music had no alcohol. What was up with tunes and big band numbers that seem to be all the rage
pmmlixtthem returned to I’ciiattg_ they big screen Itist as lleth and \lier'rtl.
women and IIIII
Once finally found a place that had both. it was right now.
I)L'\I‘llk' IIIIlIaI Ic'lticlatltc‘ \IIL'IIII would have In serve three years In and they both grv e peitnrnrartces athat“
lot of fun. However. one irate roommate came and Setzer seems to have an amazing ability for predicting
but II only one I‘etttt‘ned. he worthy ot acclaim
and lorry III-trtle In have their par< prison
the next big thing the only problem is that it's not a
unplugged the speakers. thus ending the good times.
would
be
Inndcrruied
to
serve
si\
\oti
Iind
yntriselt guessing the
.Idtse .It the end or the summer and
we got the music back. just in time to get particularly new thing. While his latest release. 'llie
ending all the way through the IiIIII, theI ventually
IL‘IIII'II tn the \Iales leyi Is the "kind year's
Dirty Boogie." is a nice hefty dose of swingin‘ sounds.
public
w
aming
announcement
that
it
is
now
past
two
nI (Ii'eeirpcatc typc Icrriarns III Ill Illc‘ L‘lg’lll tl.l}s l‘c‘ltllc‘ lc'\\l\- only to llllvl out .It the end you are III the nioming and everyone needs to stay in the house it‘s an awful lot like all ofthc other big band throw backx
\Ialaysia In order In study the \cllc'cllilc'yl hanging, lletli has In con- cumplctcl) wrong \\ ho \\lll return or keep on walking. Why do they have that rule any- that are hitting the shelves as of late. It's good no“
endangered nrangirtangx \Ith .iii Iirce \ltc‘l'lll and Inny In return In In \Ialaysia to save lewrs
way " Seriously. if any body knows. contact me as soon but it‘s the same good stuff
eirtottoual enotllyyc \lrerrtt .Itttl Paradise. \yhile thwarting the \lietit‘l. lorry or both“ \\ Iro Ix lletli as possible.
It seems to lack some of the spirit ol other swingers
lorry depart lni \cw \ork leaving attempts nl‘ an nyer'ly ambitious yet lastein and what stake {IUC\ she So with this waming. my friend and I started the trek come lately like the (‘heny Poppin‘ Daddies and ltrg
Ic\\rs with innit than .I Iiantlictl gnnd-IritctIIIoned reporter \I _I hay c III leyyix‘ release" \khat hap- to my car I met someone on the way that I recognized. Bad Voo Doo Daddy. There are homs. there’s d catchy
grants or hash In IttIIc'IIIl‘L'I them by \Iainr Ilada I’IIIketI—Mnrthr to pens between \thIII and Beth. and and I stopped to find out his name and what not. beat and Setzer does a pretty little iob of crooning ruin
\\III he go In l’euang because nt It“ \eedless to say. after a few minutes the cops where the mike. but it‘s just so-so. Setzer‘s good But by the
r l\\n \cais Illc‘t lorry and \Iretrll’x c\pnsc the story
lives are Interrupted by llctlI I .isteirt Ihe problem Is c\ ItlenI \\ lrethct \rtd \y hat IIIlc‘ \It.\v‘\ \I .I \IanI barking at us to move along.
end of the CD you‘re not sure ifyou care
I \itne lleclicr one III lewrx' .ittnt- or not In t'cscttc l ew Is Ir'orrr a certain play i \\iII lewa be spated‘ "\ll I i." quote ofthc night was then said by an officer after That‘s not to say the “ The Dirty Boogie" is w IthotIt its
trey x \Iie eyplatrrx In \IIeIIII a horn death but the \Ik'\ Ixroit In return to Ilrcse Ittrtstrorrx go triiaiixwered llIlIII the guy s said they werejust trying to hook up with some moments. It's upbeat. perky and will have you tapping
driver Illlyl lorry .i xIIticIIIial engi- \lalayxia Is lat tr'nni xrniplc lorry the owl setrrcs III the lIlI'\ Ic
your toes through several numbers it you can get past
Iteer that alter Ihe_\ Iett. .i merchant. tinds IiiInselI torn between his loy alr lltrt iII‘c‘ IllIcNIIUII In Ictt IIIIarI» beatrtitul girls: "there Is nothing at all wrong with that. the exclamations of "hey baby “ and "swing out can"
accoiirpanied by the police came to ty to l en is and his loyalty to the me xwet'etl what would you do II II \ oti rust got to keep walking and do it "
so» Party, I‘age 7
reclaim a bicycle that the trio had he has known lot the past two years 'I\ We \ not It It'lttl
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0 Hurricane Bonnie threatens south- certain is the fact that areas affected by Bonnie will see a significant
eastern coast of us.
increase in both surf levels and
severe weather.
atten down the hatches: it
For this very reason. it is impera—
Bcould be a rough week.
tive for residents of the southeastHurricane Bonnie. the
ern coast of the US. to stay
Atlantic‘s first official hurricane of informed of the storm‘s latest coorthe season. has gained force and
dinates and movements. Although
momentum on her sojourn toward heavy surf advisories are being
the US. mainland. Packing winds issued well in advance of Bonnie's
of l l5 mph. Bonnie has strength- path. powerful storms such as this
ened to become a category 3 storm can turn in an instant. leaving vuland a major hurricane.
nerable those who are unprepared.
With hurricane warnings issued
A statement issued Sunday by the
for the Central and Southeastern
Weather Channel should serve as
Bahamas. and watches covering the warning enough: “Surf will
remainder. Bonnie stalled near
increase along the southeast coast.
those islands early Sunday morning perhaps reaching heights of 20 feet
with sustained winds of l05 mph. along the Carolinas tomorrow."
Forecasters predict. however. that
Atlantic hurricanes are notoriousthe lull is temporary and that
ly destructive. often leaving a wide
Bonnie will resume her nonhswath of damage and debris in their
northwestem track. which could
aftermath. And North Carolina has
put the coasts of the Carolinas
certainly had its share. Think
directly in her path.
Hurricane Hugo in I989. Fran in
Despite the latest technology and l996.
tracking systems. the storm remains Although the National Hurricane
as unpredictable as it is dangerous. Center believes that US. impact
Even computer guidance models
will be late Tuesday at the soonest.
can‘t seem to agree on which way take precautions now. Bonnie could
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,
Technician
Binge drinking all too
common at NCSU
Thank you for running Brenda
Santamaria‘s “Drinking is part of
college" article in the Tues. Aug. l8
edition of Technician. Santamaria
brings to light a ntain problem of
alcohol on American college cam—
puses: binge drinking. Recently.
NC. State received results from its
participation in the Harvard School
of Public Health “College Alcohol
Study" during the l996-97 school
year. The results indicate that 35.9
percent of NCSU students binge
drink.
Binge drinking is consuming five
or more drinks (four or more for
females) at one sitting. Some college students go way over this limit.
particularly when participating in
drinking games. Binge drinking can
lead to alcohol poisoning. which can
also lead to death. A little-known
fact is that when someone drinks so
much that he or she passes out. that
person is. medically speaking. near
death. It is the same condition as
being anesthetized for surgery.
Many NCSlT students will probably find themselves in a situation
where someone has become unconscious due to drinking too much.
The following guidelines are what
they need to do to help a person in
this situation. The key M getting the
person medical help if they truly are
unconscious
7- Call for medical help at 911 or
SIS-3333.
Don‘t leave the person alone
unless you are by yourselfand need
to call for help.
VAKeep the person on his. her side
or stomach.
~~Monitor breathing and check
pulse periodically.
Keep a cool rag on forehead.
Anyone wishing for more information concerning binge drinking
or other alcohol-related information
mav contact Health Promotion.
Student Health Service. at 5l59355
Chris Austin.
Substance Abuse Prevention
Health Educator
Technician reporters
are sensationalist
in response to the August 2()
"Weapons violation" cover story. it
is sad to say that your reporters are
by G West
woo How eomcliDoiu‘r KNOW.
5101;, AM) («ET
SaMC Mom: 865R
resorting to yellow journalism. I
understand the importance of
informing incoming freshmen of
laws concerning weapons on campus. but l disagree with their
approach.
First of all, a news organization‘s
primary duty is to present the facts
of a story. Speculation is left to the
Opinion page. A reporter‘s job is to
relay the facts of a situation to the
reader. Creative writing is to be
practiced in an English class or a
novel. not a newspaper. "Flowery"
descriptions are uncalled for. For
this writer‘s particular style. “It was
a dark. stormy night“ would have
been just as effective as ”The sound
ofa shotgun...“
Second. factual evidence is a prerequisite to any news organization.
This article misleads the reader. lt
ambiguously leads the reader to
believe that the student-in-question
is not a student at NCSU. If the
reporter had done any research. she
would have realized that he was a
registered full-time student at NC.
State (to refresh your memory:
“Cousins said that [the student] was
not a student at the university. therefore the university banned him from
campus").
The next sentence adds even more
confusion to this poorly written article:
“This rule does not apply ifthey‘re
not students." Does this mean that
anyone who brings a gun on campus
will not be banned?
It seems that this year. Technician
will be following the same policy of
“sensationalism” that it has practiced for the last four years (at least.
since I have been here). lnstead of
printing factual articles that allow
the reader to ponder the facts and
the situation. Technician prints editorials on the front page condemning individuals. Need l remind you
that every citizen is innocent until
proven guilty (or do they not teach
that in “Technician writing l0|?)'?
l am not writing in defense of the
individual of the article. but rather
on the poor reporting by your paper.
Perhaps he did have a weapon. but
was he brandishing it in any way
that would be harmful to his fellow
students? Does he have a history of
violent crime? If he does. why was
he admitted as a student to NCSU?
I think the answers to these previous
questions are both no. He is not a
danger. We. as the student body.
should not be too quick to judge.
Perhaps he was returning home
from hunting with his friends and
stopped OR" at campus? I don‘t
know the answer. but neither do
See Reporters. Page 10
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Staff Columnist
Having been at this fine institution
of higher learning for three years.
there aren‘t too many things NC.
State can throw in my direction that
l haven‘t seen before. But every
now and then something does come
up that makes me step back and say.
“What?“
Some of the more perceptive readers of this newspaper may have
noticed the marvel of modern technology that sat on Dan Allen Drive
in front of the parking deck all
week. Many towns have this "radar
wagon"(or whatever you would like
to call it) and set it up in various
locations to let the public know how
fast they are going and the proper
speed they should be going.
The fact that this thing was being
used on campus lefl me confused all
week. I'd seen it before. but. for
some reason. it bothers me now.
There are many other things my'
tuition money can be spent on that
would do us. the students. a lot more
good. Larry Ellis. chief of Public
Safety and “god of all that is just."
could probably tell you and l several reasons why this Public Safety
toy is out there. but i decided to
think of some of my own.
The first thing I thought of was. of
course. the safety of our beloved
campus. if you have been here very
long at all. you should of course
know that Dan Allen Drive is used
as a drag strip between the hours of
8 am. to 6 p.m.. with speeds reaching a whopping [0 to 15 miles per
hour. With those kinds of dangerous
speeds threatening our campus. the
ruflians who travel at those high
rates of speed on Dan Allen need to
be punished by the red flashing
Ancient hea thcare works
Steven F. Leboeut
Staft Columnist
Back in the day (late l8005 to early
l9005). pragmatic working class
Americans single-handedly developed a functional. incredibly inexpensive medical coverage system:
“fraternal organizations“ (or
lodges). Unlike modern day fraternal groups. these lodges actually had
a purpose besides drinking beer and
picking up loose women. Members
of a fraternal organization paid
monthly fees to a lodge‘s treasury.
In return. the lodge provided a
wealth of insurance options: health
insurance. life insurance and even
disability insurance.
Lodge practice operated as follows: The lodge would contract a
doctor to provide medical care for
its members. The doctor was usually paid a regular salary on a retainer
basis. Members would pay a yearly
fee to the lodge and call on the doctor‘s services as needed. Of course.
this free market system had a number of self-checks. if a doctor‘s services were found unsatisfactory. the
lodge would penalize the doctor (for
example. the doctor‘s contract might
not be renewed). And. of course. the
lodge‘s self policing prevented the
tendency of some members to
overuse tnedical services, thus helping to keep costs down for all members. In fact. premiums were so low
that a day‘s wage would pay for a
year's worth of medical care.
What made these lodges unique in
comparison to modem insurance
TEcliiviiciAN
“I
Editor in Chief
number of the machine. l question
the placement of the radar. though.
Phillip Reese
First of all. it faces Hillsborough
Street. which is not where most of
Dan Allen‘s traffic comes from. I
General Manager
was bored (really bored) a couple of
titan Hart
days ago. so i braved the traffic of
the afternoon and made several runs
past the radar. As I was passing
Production Manager
Nelson Hall. l tried to decipher
which of the numbers on the display
Farrah Cooleg
was my speed. None of them looked
right. so l figured l needed to be
News
Editors Jack Italy P: in Dellrlo
closer. Then I thought of something
Sports Editor I. Gattneg
that really blew my mind.
Public Safety has it placed right
features l‘ditor Christine llltlham
behind the “launching pad." The
Spotlight miter Meagan iiiiey
speed limit is 20 mph on Dan Allen.
Opinion mitor Josh Justin
if any one hits the notorious
Photography witot Mike Pittman
“bump crosswalk. ‘Dukes of
Hazzard' airbome ramp" faster than
Graphics Mimi Matt iuerig
the posted speed limit. l promise
Classifieds Manager I Gaffney
they will learn very quickly not to
Advertising Director [Dante Polite
See Adams. Page 8
Ad. Hoduction Chief Erit Gonzalez
companies was the sociable relationship between the lodge and its
members: lodges became a center
for social interaction. Many lodges
provided their members with entertainment and a forum for social
gatherings. (After all. what’s good
health without a good way to enjoy
it?) Some ofthese associations were
run entirely by women for women.
some catered to specific ethnic or
religious groups. and others were
open to all. But there was one motif
common to all lodges: They were all
voluntary organizations supported
by ordinary individuals without
govemment intervention.
Members were quite content with
the cheap (yet adequate) services
provided by these fraternal organi~
See Leboeill. Page 10
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Public Safety’s territorial lines are in question
Phillip lleese
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Proudly: upholding a set of prudish
ideals. about 20 Public Safety ofcers gave up a relaxing night at
home to make a rare appearance off
campus this weekend.
Their mission? Slapping fines on
college students bold enough to
drink outdoors at Brent Road.
Now. in case you are new to campus. it‘s important that you know the
following. First. Brent Road is a
really big party. Second. Public
Safety never leaves campus. Never.
Trust me. As a reporter here at
NC. State for the past three years. I
have made numerous calls to Public
Safety: about off-campus crime.
Kids getting robbed on
Hillsborough Street. Kids getting
beat up on Hillsborough Street.
Always the same response:
“No comment. Not in our jurisdiction. Talk to the Raleigh Police
Department."
So why did Public Safety. 8 department that usually wouldn‘t be
caught dead on the other side of
Hillsborough Street. stray ofT campus this weekend?
Home away from home
The implicit message NCSU likes
to send to parents is often "don‘t
worry about your kids. We‘ll take
care of them." Mommy can't be
here to punish little Joe Student.
Neither can Daddy. So the university steps in.
Nowhere is this parochialism more
apparent than on the weekend of the
Brent Road party.
First. in the finest spirit of double
jeopardy. NCSU gives an extra ticket to students who receive a citation
from the city. A “campus appearance" ticket. This means that students who get caught being bad on
Brent Road get punished twice for
the same crime. Once from the city.
Once from the university.
C‘mon: Two tickets for the same
crime? Sounds bogus to me.
Especially when the crime. mostly
alcohol-related stuff. is generally
ignored by the university when it
happens of? campus.
Say you go to Florida over Labor
Day and get really. really drunk. So
drunk that a passing police officer
writes you up for public dninkenness. Guess what NCSU does to
you?
Nothing. Zilch. Nada.
You see. the university usually
doesn‘t care what you do of’f cam—
pus. (At least not enough to do anything about it.) As long as it doesn‘t
hurt the university‘s image.
But the Brent Road party does hurt
the university‘s image. It’s so close
to campus that people equate the
party with the campus. That‘s why
the university cares. Forget all that
mumbo-jumbo about “we just want
you to be safe and you should be
responsible because you are an
NCSU student and this is for your
own good.“ This is about one thing:
the university‘s image. Drink on
Brent Road any other night than this
past weekend and see for yourself.
The Raleigh Police might get you.
but NCSU will look the other way.
Because next weekend you aren‘t
really embarrassing the university.
See Reese, Page 9
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the classic "Jump. live. and Wall."
which seems to have done more for
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itsell'. ”Rock This ’l‘own.” newly
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l‘he nitty gritty oi‘it all is that it‘s a
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are seeking a new music revoultion.
lhis one‘s for the pretty little honies
and the money guys only. -K. Marks
Beastie Boys-“Hello Nasty" H”
well. "it's 5!) cups of coffee and
you know it‘s on." and with the
lieastie Boys newest release. the
crowds are moving to the break ol~
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created such extraordinary hits from
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show. which by accident. or dadaist
perversity. had no titles or identify—
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two ty pes: single-color explorations
ot' surface and paint textures and
geometrical compositions distantly
related to the cubism of the ‘teens
and 'twenties.
On one piece of work. a wide rectangle of maroon is striking at a distance and. upon closer inspection.
underneath the paint or lightly
gauged into it. t‘aint marks that
resemble Chinese writing are
revealed. Next to this is a vivid.
unsettling study in green featuring a
surface that scents to rise off ofthe
canyas and churn.
the ‘80s and ‘905 is back with its latest album entitled “Hello Nasty.‘
It is with this release that many old
tans are able to hear a new sound
from the group that has always
kicked some fresh grooves. l'his
release contains 22 ot. those funky.
punky' and phat tracks that Beastie
Boys t‘ans throughout the world
love. Although this album doesn't
contain the same kind ot‘punk material such as “Heart Attack Man"
from “lll Communication“ or the
entirety of “Some Old Bullshit." it
does. however. manage to attract
new fans with its catchy technofunk appeal.
"Intergalactic." the first release ofl‘
this album reflects the new genre.
which the Beastie Boys are trying to
create. Its robotic voices. phat heats.
vinyl scratches and synchronized
lyrics are astounding thanks to
Mario Caldato Jr. the Beastie Boys
themselves and their newest DI.
Mixmaster Mike. Mixmaster Mike
appears on several .racks on "llello
Nasty." including ”Three ML“s and
()ne DJ," He also managed to produce his own album. which can be
found at almost arty retail store or
local record shop,
()ther smooth tracks that can be
found on this album are "Body
Austin‘s geometrical compositions
lefi behind the sandy. monochromatic palettes of cubist-era Picasso
and Braque for blue-greens. lavenders and patches of bright primary
colors. In two of the paintings. he
keeps the edges hard and the color
contrasts extreme: in the third. the
squares and rectangles subtly blend
together and the aqua—greens and
yellows float dreamily just in front
ofa field oi‘black. This work. while
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hanging behind the right couch. No
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Movin‘." “Putting Shame in Your
Game" and " l‘he Grasshopper llnit
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llead." " l'he Grasshopper l‘nit
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track from the "lll (‘ommunicatiorf
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new appeal to the listener. it you
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great pig pickin' to do so. l'hings
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think the most important thing
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swimmers (iust gotta loye ‘eml
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our hard-earned mone) tor the
wagon is for entertainment \alue
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Kinston Police Department used
their “radar wagon" like it was the
greatest crime-fighting tool ever
assembled. Kinston is not a real
happening place. so my friends and
I needed to find things to do to
entertain ourselves. One thing he
did more than once (a dash \sas
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campus t‘orjust anything. Patrolling
the dark avenues oil Hillsborough
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consistent policy when it comes to
its off-campus policing responsibilities. I can‘t tell you how many
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“First. there is the COBRA law.
put up little resistance
Americans
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never to understand the true evil that Among other things. it requires that
was being presented to them.
a hospital accepting any money
zations. and doctors competed vig- Since then. the AMA (in coition from Medicare (i.e. treats one
you.
There are special circumstances in orously for lodge contracts. So you with
our federal government) has Medicare patient in a year) must
every situation. Put yourself as the might be thinking. “Get real Steve! worked to virtually eliminate free treat any patient presented to their
individual found with the weapon. If this system were really as awe- market medicine in the United emergency room, So basically. the
What if it was a knife? They are some as you claim. then why don't States by granting established phy si- poor of most cities use the emerwe have such programs today?" cians a virtual monopoly in medical gency room like the rest of us use
weapons.
My biggest complaint is the quali- Ironically. the answer is that the sys- care
(but only for the sake of the our family doctors. The hospital can
ty of the reporting. Maybe it‘s good tem worked too well... that is. too “common good." of course). try to bill them. but the hospital
that this story came out in the first well for the dignity of established Professional doctors will always be never gets paid. Here in New
week of school. You now have all medical authority. Doctors who needed for complex mendings. Orleans. women will get diagnosed
semester to hold your staff to a graduated from “prestigious“ uni- advanced surgeries and difficult for labor at Charity Hospital [a
higher sense of journalism. If this versities were appalled that trained diagnoses. but AMA govemmcnt state-run institution] and then get a
"yellow" trend continues. I may be physicians would “stoop so low“ as intervention prevents us from pursu- ride to a nice. private hospital to
a regular unpaid editorialist for to bid for the chance to serve lower- ing cheaper options for relatively deliver. The hospital has no choice;
Technician. I will write every day if class tradesmen; it was revolting simple medical complications For it has to admit her and take care of
necessary to hold you to a protes- that “uneducated" laymen could set example. it doesn't take 10 years of her and the baby until they are ready
fees for a physician‘s service and
sional standard of reporting.
to mend your typical broken to go home. This is one reason hosdetermine which physicians were training
leg. A skilled nurse‘s aid can cast pital costs are so high [for people
satisfactory for hire. (After all. the simple
Jason F. Reischel
just fine (and fora who pay I."
working class was never meant to fraction fractures
Senior. History
the cost demanded by a "Since we are strong. educated.
achieve real power in the free mar~ doctor). ofNonetheless.
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ket. right?)
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illegal for a nurse‘s aid to provide helps people. it is assumed to be our
So the AMA decided to do what this service. Afier all. she needs a obligation to provide that service.
everyone else does when they want govemment—granted license. The Much like teachers. police. and
unearned privileges at the expense end result is that socialized medi- other professionals who provide serof others: lobby to Uncle Sam. By cine has forced us to pay high prices vices that people take for granted.
this time, the AMA had successfully for services that would otherwise be we only have the right to "ask" for
lobbied Congress for the authority relatively inexpensive.
compensation. never to demand it."
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to determine which physicians There is a particular perversion of Though I entirely oppose the instiwould be awarded licenses (without reason that has helped fuel this tution
Medicare. find
l notii sciioun which. a doctor could not legally destructive socialization of medi- it hardoftax-funded
sympathy for the
practice medicine in the United cine. This idea has been around for AMA on tothisfeel
account.
After all, it is
iii YOUR
States). This made the American tra- centuries, and it is dead wrong! It is
original experiment with the
dition of lodges a sitting duck for the notion that the free-will. peace- their
fire
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govemment
that
SPARE TIME.
AMA regulation. The AMA simply ful individuals must sometimes be burned their profession in the first
threatened to revoke the licenses of infringed upon for the sake of the
But I do sympathize with
doctors who accepted “lowly" lodge "common good." The Authoritarian place.
individuals such as myself. and
contracts. As may be painfully obvi- Medical Association (AMA) of the young
doctors like Horan. who are
ous to my regular readers. this late I9th and early 20th centuries now faced
a ramshackle health
forced many doctors out of work. used this concept to excuse their care systemwith
allows the “poor"
resulting in a mass of working-class dictatorship of health care for lays and elderly that
to
steal a few extra
citizens without affordable health men. Ironically. the roles are breaths at the expense
of taxpayers
care.
reversed today. Now the masses are and hard-working doctors; and
To make matters worse. the AMA successfully (yet perversely') using what‘s worse. not even established
also made the requirements for med- this notion to argue that doctors are medical authority will stand for
ical licensure absurdly strict. further given their “divine healing abilities" what is right.
reducing the supply of doctors and not for the sake ot'self-advancement Friends. the facts speak for themthereby
driving health care prices but rather for public sacrifice
selves. There is absolutely no reason
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Socce
keepers in the hunt for the spot
_ between the posts. Stec saw limited
kt‘llllllllt'tl ll't‘ll‘ liter I.’
playing time last season. playing in
five games while logging just over
Katherine (Kati Mertl. who started l00 minutes of playing time.
all four years wlirle at N.(‘. State The newcomer to the fray is fresh»
arid finished Iier career as the A('("s man 'I‘onya Dedmond. a talented
all time leader in saves With 42}.
keeper from Ambler. Pa.. who has
Finding a keeper who can fill shown that she has the ability to
Mertl's shoes will no doubt be a play at this level. And while coming
tough proposition. In fact. it may be in With experience usually sets a
player apan. Mertz’s being a fournext to impossible.
has leveled the playing
“She's not going to be easily year starter
in a way.
replaced." goalkeeper Coach field.
“None of them. really. can you
Danielle Dion said of Mertl. “I look
at and say any one of them has
think haying Kat here and having experience.“
said. “Sara‘s
her show (the other keeper's) her never started atDion
the college level;
abilities helped a lot. But you can yeah. she‘s watched
few games,
never replace a keeper because each but that doesn't mean ashe's
ready to
keeper walks in wrth i’l different atti go."
tude. a different way of playing and Which means that Dedmond.
a different style. Not one of (the new Maririo and Stec are all starting
keepers) cart stand out and say. ‘I'm from the same ground. making the
replacing Kat Merl/.”‘
of deciding on a starter for
At this poiiit there are three candi‘ process
Sept. 1 game all the more harder
dates for the position. and all three the
seem to be neck and neck for the for“ItKerrigan.
seems like one of them has a
spill.
strength in one area and the other
Senior Sara Marino has spent the one has a strength in another.“
most time as a triember of the Kerrigan said. “But we’ll have one
Wolfpack system. having served as start. for sure. and we‘ll work from
a backup for Mertz during the past there."
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Whitaker. will look to transform the
Pack‘s sprint freestyle team.
Taking to the lanes with rising
sophomores Mary Mittendorf and
Brando Stergion. the newcomers
could be called upon early to make
a difference.
Shana Bullock and four—time
YMCA National Qualifier Sarah
Kos both have posted junior national qualifying times in the butterfly
events. while Kathleen Tonini looks
to make an impact on the Pack‘s
backstroke and individual medley
events.
“(The freshmen‘s) times coming in
are as good or better than the people
that we have in the program. so they
are coming in as top-level competi‘
tors." Hammond said.
For the men. Hammond has added
10 versatile and experienced swimmers, moving the team closer to
regaining the ACC crown it monop~
olized in the 19605 and ‘703.
Valter Magnusson is a former
member of the Swedish national
team and was a I997 finalist at the
European Junior National
Championships in both the l()()‘
meter butterfly and the l007meter
freestyle.
Magriusson posts a career-best
time of 5l.5 in the IOU-meter
freestyle and a 55.4 in the l00-meter
butterfly.
Tim Haley. from Carmel. Indiana.
is a senior national qualifier iii the
200~meter butterfly and the 400‘
meter IM. as well as a former junior
national champion in the ZOO-meter
IM.
Senior national qualifiers Radji
Bryson-Barrett and Brendan
Masterson both join the team with
impressive times in the backstroke
events.
Hammond also added three junior
national qualifiers in Suha Akman.
John Simpson and Ed Hill. Matt
Brado was a finalist in the l()()»
meter and ZOO-meter freestyle
events at the junior national champi»
onships in I998.
Also joining the team are transfers
Kevin Chipman and Patrick
Morrow. who come to State from
the University of Kentucky and the
US. Coast Guard Academy. respectively.
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continued ll‘t‘ItI Page I.‘
important.
"I know when I was a freshman. I
felt left out sometimes; I felt forgotten about," Robinson said. “And I
decided that when I am a senior. I
definitely want to be there for the
freshman.“
“I just want to put as much into
(the freshmen) as is put into me."
Kirnbrell added. “I want them to
feel the drive and have that momeni
tum and to strive to do good."
Perhaps more importantly than
knowing what it was like to be in the
shoes that the five freshman now
stand in. Robinson and Kirnbrell
have seen both sides of the coin of
success.
In I995. the Pack finished five
games over .500 and fifth in the
conference. Since then. the Pack
hasn‘t finished better than eighth in
the ACC and has struggled out of
the conference as well.
The lessons that come with losing
have hit home for the senior duo.
especially after the unfulfilled
expectations of l‘)‘)7.
But Robinson and Kimbrell have
taken those le sons and are doing
their best not to let history repeat
itself.
“We're untried. we work together.
we meet together. we talk together.
and that is something that definitely
hasn't been there in the past."
Robinson said. “(‘aplairis in the
past. especially last year, didn't
work together at all. We had a dill
ferent mindset. different expecta—
tions and different lifestyles. This
year. we both have the same goal in
mind."
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your own room in a house within walking
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in (unit-tori Park \Aklking Must be TL‘\[‘r‘IIytT‘Ir
and be able to create positive Sill-1.51M NEG.
('AIJ. 832-7894.
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children I.‘ monthy through After uhool Helper needed for teenage girl highway
miles
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t.iry I‘reybytrt:.iri \tteiythool now lirritig seeking
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with
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minutes trom NCSl Bell Tower. puking. 'Wmm
required Hours 8 4 I0 or I.‘ I0 INN
pay raises Must b: Able to lift thildren
S700 hr Must be reliable mature and .I 70 lbsregular
hulk.
utilities
and
cable
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kitchen
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CAMERON
miles.
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or
seeking
best
khlIkI
offer
tare
Rob
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I ppm or leave message
bath Noniunohr. no pets $27Smo (‘III intramural-intimidate
liir 2 girls. ages 4 R 0 M I. I ll Ell ZIM
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number and best time to Ldll
THE Raleigh (‘ounrry Club. Home of the person
828 2245
Wypm Must hayt car And enjoy children
(my \creiiiiuiy lliiypital NH~IIS students phone
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tarolina
(‘lnssic
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currently
hiring
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of
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and
happy
Itlitude
Non
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for
position
of
service.
kirthens
Monday and Wednesday (I h p Hi i And
Room for Rent Mature Mlle umtunmmmmmm
wart & scryitr suit Her-ital: schedule. golf smoker [XI-“fl 8‘6 l “H
tenders grill tender i'iyyist-nrs and privileges.
fkrfy other syu'iln i8 I0 I! III) And grill
or grad Had!!!” to than
and great working environment
to share 3 bdrm Apt One wiprvt lupperclusmm
sundn «it til .i I I . tir -'ky\|\l with Animal hostesses XII 7887 Illllln y
Ibdrm Zlnth N Rnl house in quiet wearinwmm
Apply to RX) Punree Line. Rkkigh ('hildure in my home 2 Ir high age boys bathFemales
53(1), other rm to share both 3250 Ir‘I subdivtsion
titre Kennel ditty “til I ight Janitorial Now Hiring' Pluto s Renauunt Plea):
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req’d with rental
plus
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Female Roommate wanted to share 6 BIL 4 nyeement 87! I9%:
“flint!
between 2 4pm 871 4220 On Falls of the IAKI: A SIH’ I‘P‘”
(hildure
North
Raleigh
for
9
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girl
8A
Lake
Park
condo
$400
month
imludes
t'bitdrrrr . Hrsalt- Himirtrur err-ls pitri tirin- \‘eusc Road 5100 sign on bonus
I BDr ZBA II Dominion Walnut
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per
fllflII
cable. water. private bath. W’d. Sublease
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Approx l5 electric.
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fans. walk-in clolet1.key lock walk in clout. fireplace. W D hook ups.
hours week. great ply Ref: and ceiling
I’I‘RSIIN FUR THREE
(tritir \h' resin irs blr prlyi‘lt to help \t \I DEPENDAHH
upgrlded Apartment $870imo kylillble
MONEYm
transport-tron rrquired Please call 845 butmoms 852 5642
MONTH ASSIGNMENT PHONES. l'XlWE I.II.I‘_.\'I
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Sept
I
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35‘79l8
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rue
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2 blocks from Vanity
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$2.85in plus I laid: 3200
ENVIRONMI NT 0001) PAY
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North Rlltllh mother I\ looking tor great Partially furnished.I tutilitie:
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toioradi \ l'uti A Enter» now 'riring yard
Available row alignments. class notes. term papers
fun loving baby sitter lot llyi thy and 7 ”(Ikmmthdeptml.
Part-Time lab posrtron to work on \l AR Nt SIAI'I'."
w ti‘s’n'rl i :.i- . -. i» (rlt'J' pm 'Ir\llVIC tissue
Sept Iyl basement apartment dlyacl'llllufly. A theses
I: yr old girl (reiterally M l I 6pm some immediately
culture of peanut. 20 \eicrinary ythtlil needs help preparing tor fluibility.
It Ii..y l'.t.isr .iij‘. w ‘l: it .‘hll hours/week
IIWmonth.
deposit.
|
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utilities (‘nll till
Some microbiology surgery tirurye l‘ 20 hiswk. working with 484‘) good salary and gas paid O76 7608 after 7pm
\iiiioiiiiceni
tits
Hit viii wt sr
il .oityitkr rob sharing with 2nd
preferred. Contact Dr. dIllIll.Il\
University Towers food Service
t'r.i' yr r‘.l -iliiiy "(t‘rlt‘l 'ir Iflt‘ experience
p(l\iill \\Sonic
lilting required (mod Part time knlldktIIC needed in Northwest
Lori Urban at 5152704
r-lr rhit'u‘ ‘lr'\ll‘ IW \ i li—opscliei with Part
retord it must MI 95“) leave Raleigh
Turydiryy 6k Iburydityy. 7 I I S If)
time Help Wanted in Plant Nursery dining
s or e s-rtii il *ir l ‘~‘ f‘irld'lltl' Designer watering.
riyeysage
.‘jtirlsagey I &I (all Kill Win
transplanting. Ch 846 98-10
torn w, rkntr k'i wlt‘tlgfrl\1.tk'rl\ltilid
-( onyenict‘l I tuat'oi‘
tin-dell lunch or dinner hours 65
llrirtror Irrtllrlll \I.irr.tgrr orrigmrrp iyil '
‘\l(‘rlly I'iciuded
khlltl tare tor 9 yr old boy
easy work. \try tlelible whedule w.iitsi.ilt
lipps s \Ietiian Restaurant 808 West Plnlime
grind pr iti‘r sk M It interested pleas! l’.|rt rir iel).iyry
-I Icyihle Hours
I I ) b ISpin t at nut-surly cuelleiit MpayIt leanery it .inieron \illagei Hodges
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RESTAURANT
TRIPPS
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and pkrd utalion (all “an rdayi III)
‘\-\i\l with memory Irwin.“ Monday
‘ l ‘ HUN wt t"'i.i l i-J-iylu tlr‘r s Ik\.i (\I“ liriias
d’ossibiirty for .Adyancemetz
WAITSTAI‘I': Mitch y Tavern seeking Ilm teyeni 847 “II
\I) Weekeiiils' Respond by \iulfllklllx
TAKE A STEP UP!!!
hard working people for Iayl Reliabie Dependable person who loves
II.tiryl s Restarii i r' irrw fit iri ' serves it It .‘8 ‘18 (M \mttta 818 TIMI
IUT‘kTI Some evenings nynilahlr ihildrtn
.\\1 dy.|r‘ll Irir dllr‘ iirrrrie Ixiyt' is Pirilinic Help wanted daily mommy“ titill pate-l
to rare lot my 6 A 12 yr old after
Pick up your application on the ‘Ith
job
for
students
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Mon
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\Idtllllg .i S‘ Ii plus Il ‘s 's.‘ 1 ‘ w Itll Range pit k up and gravy iridintenante IIdeal
iwhorl Between houn 1 Ill 6 (1);)!“ must
BUSINESS IS GREAT!!!
floor of L'niversity Toners
haye reliable transpiration and gout! dnvtng
I Il.i ri t'ontaci limmy ‘ l"
'I)owr\l rwn Rilcigh IJyA r.rni r r-ikrrrg lot \Al .irltikr toriI 4 tinSMdaily
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JIJI
liirI iirrir t- ririci Ir iirri~p.etr- errands A
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work in III.|iI'H<rIII\ 'py trirlei Must own l'.irtliine forrIlrllItsl position in busy TIMI .itiemoons weekends III 8979
MONEYIII
$6.00/hr
EXCELLENT
Sitter needed tor responsible 6th grader.
i.it A I:.i\r rurHrrH illlklllk‘ irti r.l l'iiir Ni. l rim \Jlll‘ttts iru iioi
lot) I IOpm weekdays Every Mon'l uet.
WE'RE looking for a few good mates nltern-te
WE NEED MORE
:‘I'IIeihltlntli rtpeiirriir rirrle'irJ \riitl
3277—38-10
‘
Wed
Thurs
I‘fl
Aussie
themed
restaurant
now
hiring
lull
i.
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State Stat:
Head football coach Mike O’Cain
was the starting quarterback in
the 1971 Shrine Bowl Game.
TECthclAN
Got a problem?
Don‘t stand? Don’t stand so?
Don‘t stand so close to me?
Senior duo
State
takes
takes contro
the
pitch
O Kaitlin Robinson and Laura Kimbrell look to lead the
Wolfpack to its most successful volleyball season under
Coach Kim Hall.
Shadows of pressure
9 Men’s, women’s soccer teams
search for a new goalkeeper in
1998.
nations on the starting keeper."
Berrang explained. “The best person will have to step forward with«
in the next two weeks. Both guys
are putting in 110 percent effon. so
we couldn‘t ask for anything more.“
Hopefully for Tarantini and the
Pack. Alexander‘s replacement will
work out as well as Campbell's did.
“These two guys have been doing
a great job in practice. and it's been
a good battle.“ Alexander said. “It's
a friendly battle. but a good battle.
As long as they keep working hard.
there is no limit to how good they
can be."
For women‘s soccer Coach Laura
Kerrigan. the situation may even be
graver than the one Tarantini faces.
She must find a replacement for her
departed All-Conference goalie
'k Riib chlerson ‘Stnfl
Head coach Laura Kerrlgan will look to her trlo of oa cap it
candidates to fill the void left by four-year starter ‘gtat" Mertz.
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Assrstant Sports lxlitors
For the second time in as many
years. NC. State men‘s soccer
State’s success in MLS
Coach George Tarantini has to
replace art All—Conference goalie.
This is a task that certainly falls
their teams into the postseason.
under the definition of easier said
0 Five former Wolfpack soccer players are
than done. although Tarantini has
DC. United can already relax. having
making their mark in the MLS.
done this kind of thing before.
already clinched a playoff berth. The twotime defending champions are currently 21 -5
In 1997. the Wolfpack had to find
Sports
Staff
Report
a way to replace 1996 All-ACC
and lead the Eastern Conference with 51
goalie Kyle Campbell. who was
thanks in no small pan to the play of
As the 1998 MLS season begins to wind points,
lost to graduation. Tarantini gamstriker Roy Lassiter. Since being traded from
down
and
the
playoff
picture
starts
to
come
bled a bit by going with a rising
the Tampa Bay Mutiny early on in the season,
more
into
focus.
several
former
Wolfpack
senior that had only played in one
has exploded, scoring 16 goals in just
greats are being called upon to help guide Lassiter
See Soccer. Page 1 l
game the previous season.
18 games with DC. He has 38 points through
That senior made sure the gamble
24 total games. good enough to rank second
paid off. starting all 14 contests
in the league among the scoring leaders.
while making 72 saves on his way
Lassiter returned to top scoring form this
to an All-ACC selection. That
season
after a lackluster beginning to the
senior was Dan Alexander. whom
1998 season. The forward led the MLS in
the Pack must replace in 1998.
scoring
in
1996. but in six games with Tampa
“It‘s a huge thing to overcome."
Bay Lassiter had only notched two points on
Wolfpack Assistant Matthias
two assists. His trade to DC. jumpstarted his
Berrang said of replacing
scoring mojo once again. and he is once again
Alexander. “His tremendous leaderamong the league leaders.
ship on and off the field will be
In second place in the Eastern Conference is
tough to replace. We expect the
the NY/NJ Methtars. featuring Wolfpack
next keeper to do the best that he
alum Tab Ramos. Considered by some the
can.
greatest Wolfpack soccer player ever. Ramos
Two men are vying for the right to
is still going strong in the MLS at the ripe age
fill those shoes: sophomores Eric
of 32.
Handley and Steven Stockwell.
Ramos. a member of both the 1994 and
Senior Tim Estepp. who had trans1998 World Cup teams. chipped in a goal last
ferred to State. will not be playing
week against the Colorado Rapids in their 4for the team this year after deciding
1 victory. He's been hampered by knee probto go home to Michigan for personlems in recent years. but in 12 games so far
al reasons.
this season Ramos has taken six shots on
Stockwell and Estepp will not
goal. connecting once to go along with four
have a lack of instruction. howevassists for six total points this year from the
er-"Alexander is assisting as the
midfield.
goalkeeper coach for the Pack this
Henry Gutierrez. a two-time first-team All»
year.
.
ACC
selection. has shown the ability to corn»
"Dan is putting us through some
pete
at the pro level as well. He scored the
serious workouts here." Stockwell
.
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“kv-n~—w”
game-winning goal in the 87th against the
said of Alexander. “We will be
Dallas Burn Wednesday night, his fourth so
ready when the season comes
far this season. Gutierrez, a member of the
around."
1990 ACC Champion Wolfpack team. has
“Basically. we‘ve been trying to
also added an assist to push his point total to
live up to how hard he (Alexander)
nine.
works." Handley went on to say.
Also on the Fusion is recent Pack grad Pablo
“He works extremely hard and
Mastroeni. He‘s seen action in 19 games so
pushes us to do the same.“
Stockwell and Handley are cerW mute-w ”room a» was} far this year from the midfield. assisting on
one goal.
tainly earning their keep. so to
speak. The duo, though different in
Rounding out the field of Wolfpack alums in
a.
style. have had to work extra hard
the MLS is the Columbus Crew's Ubusuku
to show their worth.
Mike lhttman Stall Abukusumo. A member of the Pack from
“Right now. we have two guys Sophomores Steven Stockwell (above) and Eric Handley are
1995-96, Abukusumo has played in just four
who are working incredibly hard battllng for the starting goalkeeper position.
games so far with the third-place Crew,
and we haven't made any determirecording 170 minutes of action.
Football read-
ies for season
0 There’s no rest for the Wolfpack football team, and
Game 1 is still more than a week away.
Sports Stat‘t Report
Football season might not officially start until
September 3. but don‘t tell that to Mike O'Cain and
the Wolfpack.
The Pack has been hard at work in the past week.
preparing for the upcoming season and giving both
the fans and the media a taste of what is in store for
Wolfpack football in 1998.
The Pack scrimmaged last Wednesday night. its
second controlled scrimmage of the preseason.
Freshman Ray Robinson was impressive. carrying
the ball 11 times for 63 yards. while senior tight end
Devon Smith caught four passes. collecting 44 yards
and scoring two touchdowns.
O'Cain went to the bench early and often. using the
scrimmage. like the one before it. to allow the players to showcase their talents.
Starters Jamie Barnette, Rahshon Spikes and Torry
Holt saw limited action. as second and third-string
quarterbacks Charles Berry and Grant Dorn ran the
offense for most of the scrimmage.
On the defensive end. the Pack had six sacks and
two interceptions. Senior Jason Perry. also an All—
American for the Pack in track and field. and redshirt
freshman Anthony Cason each picked off a pass.
Kicker Scott Earwood complete six ot nine field
goal attempts. four of which were from beyond 40
yards.
On Friday. the ACC Football Tour rolled into town.
That night. State hosted a dinner for tour members,
local media members and the football program at the
Raleigh Hilton. and then on Saturday opened up the
Weisiger-Brown Athletic Facility to the press.
lnterviews started at 8 am. and lasted for about an
hour. when the team was bussed out to Carter-Finley
Stadium for its third scrimmage in seven days.
The atmosphere on the field Saturday was tnore
game-like than the previous two outings.
Barnette completed eight passes for 104 yards and
rushed just once for five yards.
Berry and Dom threw for 49 and 52 yards, respectively. with Dom completing all four pass attempts
he made.
Holt. named to the ACC's first team a year ago.
caught five passes for 80 yards and junior (‘hris
Coleman collected 24 yards on one catch for the
Pack.
The Pack's defensive continued to look sharp.
Seven different players recorded sacks. while red
shirt freshman Nate Goodson recovered a tumble and
senior Bobbie Cotten blocked a field goal attempt.
The Pack finished just after noon but was back at
the field that afternoon for the Ninth Annual Meet
the Pack Day.
On Saturday. State also announced its 1998 team
captains.
After a vote by the players. seniors Torry Holt.
Rodney Redd and Bobbie Cotton were named the
team's captains.
After the season. the team will select a fourth captain. someone who has distinguished himself during
the year.
K. Granary
Spoils rehlt‘l
Seniors Kaitlin Robinson and Laura Kimbrell might
present an attitude problem tor (‘oach Kim llall.
But fortunately for Hall. the problem will be if the rest
of the team doesn’t follow Robinson and Kirnbrcll's
example.
“Their leadership, more than anything else this year.
detemiines our success." Hall said of the duo. “On and
off of the court. they really set the tone."
So far this season. at least, the tone has been positive.
with the two working in tandem to develop the
Wolfpack program.
“We think a lot alike. and we both want so much out
of the team." Kimbrell said during the preseason. "1
think that the team respects our opinions."
1n the 1998 preseason. the two have been going nonstop. Prior to the beginning of classes. Hall and the Pack
squad had been practicing twice a day in addition to the
captains working with a few of the players and a conditioning coach at (i am. every day.
Looking at the Wolfpack roster, it seems obvious to
just about anyone that Robinson and Kimbrell would be
the 1998 team's captains; as the only seniors. the duo
are two of only three players with at least two years of
experience on the collegiate level.
But what makes Robinson and Kimbrell stand out
goes beyond respect capriciously granted to upperclasst
men or veteran playmakcrs.
To use the word leader to describe Robinson is to
hardly do justice to the impact the Srt‘ool-lO-inch middle blocker has on the Wolfpack team. on and off of the
court.
Robinson has been selected by her teammates as a
captain for the second year 111 a row, a decision whole
heartedly supported by Hall.
Kimbrell is likely to go down in the record books as
one of the Wolfpack‘s all-time greats on the volleyball
court.
Currently the 5—fooh l 1 -inch outside hitter ranks in the
top five among all-time Wolfpack players in career kills
and career digs. By the end of the season. barring injury.
Kimbrell is likely to break the kills record. set in 1988
by Volire Tisdalc.
In 1988 the Pack finished lirst in the Atlantic (Toast
Conference, one of eight topvthrcc t'mrshcs under lormer Wolfpack (Touch Judy Martino.
While Kimbrell and her tearrtmatcs have only finished
as high as fifth in the conference under (‘oach Kim Hall.
the Pack hasn't seen competition like llll.\ in the ACC lll
quite some trrne.
This year. the contcrencc has three teams coming oft~
1997 NCAA tournament appearances. including
defending ACC champion Clemson and l‘lorida State.
the unanimous No. l preseason pick by the time confer
ence coaches.
Florida State, like most at the A(‘(‘ teams. return ros
ters loaded with experience. In the Seminoles case. that
experience comes in the torm of six rcturmng starters.
But this year. the Pack has live newcomers. making
Robinson and Kimbrell‘s mtluencc that much more
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Sports Editor
Right now, youth is king.
At least in the pool.
After last year's class of 10 women and 13 men made
a major impact on the Wolfpack swimming and diving
program. Head Coach Scott Hammond has brought in
another large, and largely talented. class.
“We feel that this is a tremendous recruiting class."
Hammond said in a recent interview. "Most people in
the conference seem to feel that we have the best
recniiting year in the league for the men. and a very.
very good one for the women."
On the women’s side, 12 newcomers join the team.
Bridgett Bowers, Kristina Butler and Cody Gelvin all
come to State from the Charlotte area.
Bowers and Gelvin look to make an impact on the
Pack‘s depth in the breaststroke events.
Senior Gina Galligan, a former ACC champion in the
loo-meter breaststroke and NCAA meet qualifier. will
lead the Pack in the 100 and ZOO-meter events. but
Bowers, a junior national qualifier. and Gelvin. a senior
national qualifier, will add experience and speed alongside Galligan.
Butler. like fellow classmates Karen Cone. Andrea
Hastings. Mandy Horn. Yoko Shibata and Kin
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Laura Klmbrell 6) and Kaltlln
Roblnson (not 8 own) look to lead the
Wolfpack volleyball team and its five
freshman through a tough Atlantic
Coast Conference schedule.
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