Former IU hoop star Turner to counsel students here Campus

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Former IU hoop star Turner to counsel students here Campus
"Cadet Carrtgan was chosen
for this prestigious aw ard
because he has shown outstan­
ding
leadership and scholarship
IUPUl senior Steven E. Cor­
rigan has been named the 1905 1 In his unit," Lentz said.
winner of the George C . M ar­
shall Award, given only to a $1.4 billion plans to be
•elect group of outstanding discussed in meeting
ROTC candidates in the nation.
A presentation on the $1.4
He was selected from the
billion building projects at
65-m em b er d etach m en t at
IUPUl and Indianapolis will be
IUPUl, headed by D . Col.
Robert J. Lens, professor of held Feb. 4 at 4:15 p.m . in room
116 of the Law School.
political science.
IUPUl senior honored
with ROTC award
The
Campus leaders will discuss
the capital planning projects.
Papers sought on
Afro-American topics
Papers on subjects related to
Afro-American studies written
by undergraduate students are
being sought for the annual
Preston Eaglcson Award.
The Eaglcson Award dsedline
Is April 12. Awards for $500
and $150 will be given to the
The contest is open to all
undergraduates M ors informa­
tion is available from Monroe
H. Little, director of AfroAmerican Studies at 264-6662.
Dietician to speak
at IU Med School
The Indiana ch ap ter of
Women in Science will present a
speech from Karyl Rickard.
Pediatric Dietician from the IU
School of Medicine, Feb. 4 at
Sagamore
7:5 0 p.m .
The y sa ch will be held in Rut.
166 of the Krannert Science
Building
Dean at Med School
named to committee
D r. E d w ard R. P ie rce ,
asecociate dean of the IU School
of Medicine, has been named to
a committee of die National
Academy of Science's Institute
of Medicine
V
February 4, 1985
Volume 14, N o^ 4 T
'S '
the weekly news magazine o l Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis
F o rm e r IU h o o p s ta r T u rn e r
to co u n sel stu d en ts h ere
by Bret Paul Williams
IUPUl announced last week
that former IU basketball player
Landon Turner has accepted the
role of acting coordinator of
minority affairs.
Patricia Bo u , Acting Dean of
Student Affairs, said the posi­
tion was created to provide
counseling and guidance for
minority students.
Boaz was instrumental in br­
inging Turner to IUPUl. In a re­
cent letter to him she said,
'There is no one presently
Legislature Update
The bill to amend the In­
diana Code containing con­
sumer sales by college and
e d u catio n al in stitu tio n s,
would ban the sale of "any
materials or goods not direct­
ly related to scholastic or
research materials."
As of Feb. 1, S.B. 259, a
senate bill referred to an
education committee Jan. 9
that would separate IUPUl
from IU and Purdue, had not
been acted on.
S.B. 424, another senate
bill, which ia aimed at pro­
hibiting state university
bookstores from selling cer­
tain retail goods, also was in
committee.
House W ays and Means
Com m ittee fiscal analyst
William Sheldrake said the
State Funding Bill was near­
ing a vote.
"Right now (Jan. 30) they
are hearing p ro p o s a ls ,"
Sheldrake said. "No changes
can be made until the Ways
and Means has a mark-up
session and votes the bill out
in the next two or three
weeks."
available to listen to the con­
cerns and problems of our black
students and advise them."
In 1981 Turner was a member
of the Indiana University
basketball team that had Just
won the national champion­
ship. He was in the third year of
a promising sports career.
During the summer of that
year he was involved in a car
accident that has left him
paralyzed from the waist down.
Turner's position will encom­
pass many responsiblities in­
cluding counseling and aiding in
the orientation of new students.
"We are also hopeful that he
will help persuade black high
school students to come to
IUPUl after graduation. We are
happy he has accepted. Minori­
ty affairs have been kind of
neglected on campus." Boaz
said.
T m excited about It," said
Jackie Boards, treasurer and
former president of the Black
Student Union. "It is a good
idea bringing Landon here," he
said. ‘It gives him the oppor­
tunity to get into a viable posi­
tion. as well as fulfilling a need
at IUPUl," he said.
There are approximately
1500 black students here. We
feel there is a need for enhance­
ment of services for them. Not
only for black students, but for
all minority students," he said.
Boards added that he has
heard manya complaints from
minority students concerning
academic problems and feels
that Turner will be helpful In
helping them deal with those
problems.
"We will support that office
in addition to getting support
from it," he said. "It's a
reciprocal thing.4* *
Turner ia currently in the pro­
cess of moving from Bloom­
ington to Indianapolis and was
unavailable for comment. He ia
ex pected to start his new posi­
tion as soon as he is established.
Boaz pointed out that Turner
knows exactly the direction he
wants to go in, especially In the
area of helping studenti.
"Landon," vie said, "Is going
to be a fine role model for
IUPUl students."
Organizes book trade-in
FACE LIFT: H arront auditorium la batng ranovatad Into a]
daaaroom and auditorium. Tha partition wfl be used to droumvent traffic and reduce tha noise level. Tha audftorlum la tha old
entrance lobby for tha Herron Museum of Art now located at tha |
IndtanapoAa Museum of Art. Completion la expected Fab. 1B.
each semester
C am p u s fra te rn ity sp ecializes in
serv in g stu d e n ts, co m m u n ity
by Abby Marmion
Friendship, leadership and
service; these principles are the
foundation for the Alpha Phi
Omega, a co-ed national service
fraternity at IUPUl.
Established on campus in
1968, the fraternity is one of 660
chapters in the country. A Phi O'
is a non-profit organization and
is an affiliate of the Boy Scouts
of America.
The 60-member fraternity's
chief goal lies in service to the
university and the community
at large through various pro­
jects designed to fulfill the needs
of the people.
Such endeavors include the
A Phi O ' Book Bank, a direct
service to the students on cam ­
pus. According to Member
Vice-President Tracy Gill, "At
the end of each semester IUPUl
students can sell their textbooks
through us. They set a price on
them, and we give them the
money as soon as they are sold.
We make no profit."
She added that this service is
a d v a n ta g e o u s to stu d e n ts
because they can sell their
books for a better price than the
campus bookstore would give
on a trade-in, and the students
Pleas# see Alpha pg. 5
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Funds for fun?
by Rick C Allahan
This ed itorial it the seco n d o f a t e n ts exam ining the use o f
fund* within the university.
One area of university funding U specifically related to
renovation aa part of the General Repair and Rehabilitation Ap­
propriation allocated by the legislature.
Creation of a student lounge and the rejuvenation and expan­
sion of the Liberal Arts Department on Cavanaugh's fourth floor
is one example of where university funds end up.
The General Repair and Rehabilitation Appropriation is fund­
ed by the Capital Appropriation Request,from which 1UPUI
recieved $1,970,000 for use in the General Repair and
Rehabilitation Appropriation. IUPU1 received no money for
new construction or money for major renovations, which also
are considered for the Capital Appropriations request, because it
was unable to have such requests authorised.
According to Sue K. Hammersmith, assistant dean for Stu­
dent Affairs in the School of Liberal Arts, the Cavanaugh
renovation, will Include carpeting, painting and new furniture in
the Student Lounge, and the installation of partitions and builtin desks for the expanding Liberal Arts department. Ham­
mersmith said the lounge will provide students with a more a t­
tractive environment in which to rest, study and meet with their
friends.
T here is not really a good, comfortable setting for students to
gather in at Cavanaugh. This is what we want to create on the
fourth floor," Hammersmith said.
The cost of the Cavanaugh renovation has been estimated at
approximately $50,000.
Nell E. Lentz, Director of Administrative Affairs, said he
thinks the General Repair and Rehabilitation Appropriation
would best serve the university if it were used solely for repairs
and not for renovation.
"We hope eventually to use these funds for repairs rather than
renovations. Hopefully, the allocations from the legislature for
'85-'87 will be significantly greater than in the last biennium,”
Lantz said.
Considering that the university has five million square feet of
space, is a Student Lounge the best place to use Capital Repair
and Rehabilitation Appropriation funds7
Sure it is. As Sue Hammersmith points out there is no suitable
place for students to gather at IUPU1. Right now. most buildings
have an aura comparable to a bus station. Maybe this project
will spur similiar movements across the university and create a
more inviting atmosphere for learning.
Commends
coverage
To the ed itor:
1 wish to commend Nadifa
Abdi for her well written
coverage in The S agam ore,
dated january 26, 1985, of the
opening program of lUPUl's Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. birthday
celebration.
We need to make a correc­
tion. I am quoted in reference to
'T h e administration repre­
sented by Glenn W . Irwin. . .
and Richard E. Slocum ." The
correction needed is to identify
the administration represen­
tatives as "Glenn W . Irwin . . .
and Howard G . Schaller (IUPUI
Executive Dean and Dean of the
Faculties). Dean Schaller actual­
ly appointed the committee
and, therefore, deserves credit
along with Dr. Irwin, for his
outstanding support for the pro­
gram.
The error is perhaps at­
tributable to the juxtaposition
of the two lead stories, one of
which quoted Richard Slocum
extensively.
Dr. Lincoln V. Lewis
Affirmative Action Officer
* Director of Institutional
Research
Tha S a g a m o r e is a weekly news mag­
azine published by and lor students at
Indiana University-Purdue University at
Indianapolis. An auxiliary enterprise oi
s p to n .................nstspssSy cater IU P U I, the S agam ore Is not an official
f c f w . ................r™*Bstiea Maasgw publication o i the university: it neither
Vrtrmrmr ldtw> reflects nor is governed by the views of
. . . p p i e e a a * university administrators or faculty
Abby Mansion/ Matt Shrumapwusrflssi
As a service to readers, the S agam ort
publishes notices of IUPUI events
Typed or lesibiy handwritten informa­
genesis
responds
T o thg editor.
As the advisor to genesis. I
m ust re sp o n d to D a n ie l
Lafever's description of the
m agazine as valueless, its
p oetry o ffe n siv e, and its
editorial board as self-serving
First, let me offset Daniel's
evaluation of genesis by observ­
ing that the last two issues (pro­
duced by the same editor and,
with a few exceptions, the same
board) have been ranked by the
A m erican C o lle g ia te P ress
among the nine best college
literary/arts magazines in the
country on the basis of their
writing excellence and design.
Second, Daniel is concerned
that the poems have sex as their
dominant topic. During the
selection process. I performed
for myself the exercise of
categorizing by topic the 169
poems submitted because I too
was con cern ed about the
possibility of too narrow a
topical focus (no matter what)
in the magazine. 1 came up with
one generalization: I couldn't
generalize. That Daniel can, 1
suppose, is because of the im­
pression made upon him by
those poems with sexual con­
tent. 1 count one poet out of the
fourteen published who has that
as
h is
c e n tr a l
con ­
cern—although 1 concede that
his work is memorable.
Third, Daniel charges that the
board serves itself by publishing
its own work. Three of the four­
teen poets published (out of
twenty-nine) are on the board.
All three joined the board last
semester: the semester previous
to that all three had been
published in genesis a recogni­
tion that frequently attracts
students to the magazine. And
one of these is an active poet
who has already commanded
significant recognition in other
circles.
Let me deal with this allega­
tion at greater length, for
genesis does not want good
writers discouraged from sub­
mission by the belief that the
magazine is closed to all who do
not travel in its coterie. The im­
portant fact to grasp is that the
poetry comes to the board
w ithout the p o ets nam es upon
it. The selection thus is blind.
All poems are held at the library
in multiple collections. The
board members check these out
and privately arrive at their in­
dividual choices. Then they
assemble: someone gives each
poem an oral reading and while
it is passed around, debate and
then a v o te en su e. The
la b o rio u s proced u re takes
several weeks, for sometimes
one poem will elicit lengthy and
heated discussion and eleven
people are sorting through near­
ly two hundred poems. What
gets through the process gets
through because a significant
number of board members
value the poem; they do not, I
repeat, know the poet. The
b o a rd m em b ers w ho get
p u b lis h e d a c h ie v e d th a t
recognition simply because of
the value of their w ork.
Finally, board members are
given a group of rejected writers
to whom to writs explanations
that are intended to help and en­
courage the writer. 1 have not
read all of these, so 1 invite
Daniel to make an appointment
with me in the event that his let­
ter Ml too cursory I have
reviewed his poems this week
and still agree with the board
that they were not ready for in­
clusion in the magazine I will
give him my reasons in private
if he wishes them.
I wish to conclude by inviting
all readers who are writers to
make a submission for the next
issue: bring your manuscript or
artwork to the Student A c­
tivities O ffice in the basement of
the Blake Street Library (Room
002) by Valentine's Day Details
on manuscript preparation ap­
pear in the last issue of genesis
a v a ila b le
(fr e e ) at
th e
C avanaugh Bookstore
All
forms o f writing are invited: we
seek drama and non-fiction as
well as poetry, fiction and art.
Edwin F. Case beer
Chairman. English
Advisor, genesis
L E TT E R S T O TH E E D ITO R -----------------Debate welcome
To the editortm
I applaud Brian O'Conner for
his article on good grades which
appeared in the January 7, 1985
edition of the Sagam ore.
I earned a Master's in Educa­
tion in 1977 but returned to
school to earn my B .S. in Com ­
puter Technology. 1 graduated
in December with a 3 .9 7
average overall and a 4.00 in
my major. Many times in the
past four years a teacher has
refused to give me an extra
point. The reasons ranged from
"You already have an A' what
difference will it make?" to "1
can't give you that point
becasue my pencil won't write
100 . "
Although 1 hold no malice
towards these teachers, the ex­
perience itself is frustrating and,
o c c a s io n a lly , h u m ilia tin g .
tion must be received at the Sagam ore
office by 5p .m . Tuesday for publication
the following Monday Notices may be
edited or deleted if space is limited.
The Sagamore also provides a forum
foe the university community. When
•pace is limited, preference will be given
to letters of less than 500 words, and
those addressing matters of direct con­
cern to the IUPUI community Letters
may be edited for brevity and clarity.
Fellow students have joked
about my striving for a higher
A '.
1 am currently teaching an
evening class. I fervently hope
my students stretch their minds
enough to debate with me. The
expansion of the mind is where
the class stops and learning
begins.
Holly Lee Stowe
Correction
In last week s Sag am ore,
the article about decreasing
enrollment incorrectly iden­
tified a program in the
School of Education as
"gifted study." The correct
name for this program is
I g u ided study.
The editor will reject letters deemed
iwtentially libelous
Letters m ue include the writers
tame address and telephone number
« that the editor may contact the writer
i necessary: sddri ssi i and telephone
numbers will not be published, and the
writer s name wiO be withheld on re­
quest.
Children
in the w ay
T o th e ed itor:
The employees who must b r­
ing their children to registration
each year should be replaced.
This is not the place for
children. This Is a professional
school which all employees
should respect.
The
c h ild r e n
w e re
troublesome and in the way of
the students' registration.
Please, please, if you can't a f­
ford a baby sitter, stay home.
A fellow employee
Name withheld on request
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Lecturer says life for Arab
women is Extremely difficult'
by Rotlyn DilUrd
life for poor women in Arab
society U "extremely difficult,"
•eld a speaker at the Women's
Lunchtime Lecture Scries Jan.
29.
Ann iM ch Mosely, speaking
at the first installment of Lun­
ch tim e S eries, said “even
though women in the upper
class have more freedom, it's
still hard for them to get divorc­
ed or to get custody of their
children afterwards."
Mosely is a University Field
Staff International lecturer.
U FSI arran ges visits of
available academicians to lec­
ture at 16 member campuses.
Most of the lectures are about
Third World Issues.
Mosely described the Arablaraeli conflict as a “no win
situation." She based her state­
ment on the split between
Israel's two major political par­
ties, the Likud and the Mapai.
She spoke also to Victor
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The Ukud is more conser­
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lend to the Peleetlnians for an
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is more flexible, Moeely told the
class.
Shs said Arabs do not have
th e d ip lo m a tic c lo u t to
negotiate the Issue. While Arabs
may cause trouble for Israel, she
said, the Palestine Liberation
Organisation will not be the
force it once was.
Motivation addressed
at leadership conference
by Tonya Woodard
A lth o u g h b a d w e a th e r
prevented a large attendance,
the Student Campus Lssdsrshlp
Conference, held jt n . 19, 'W es
a success," according to coor­
dinator jackle Boards.
Gusst speaker Toby Maltchi
discussed the different aspects
of motivation, compering it
with both the traits of leader­
ship and stress.
M alicht, an alumnus of
IUPUI, Is the president of
Mallchl Inc., which travels to
major U.S. businesses educating
its clients on the skills of
m o tiv a tio n and le a d ersh ip *
development.
The Leadership Conference
was co-sponsored by the Black
Student Union, the Black Facul­
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than in the bookstore.
'T h l* was so popular laat
u r n n itr that we’ve had many
requests to do It in tha summer
Maaiona," GUI aald.
In addition to book selling,
tha organisation also sponsor*
event* such as numerous blood
drives on campus and trips to
Riley Children's Hospital.
"We |o to Riley and have
parties for the children or just
entertain them anyway we can.
They |ust love It," said GUI.
A dd itionally, A lpha Phi
Omega travels around Indiana
with other campus chapters,
such as 1U, Purdue, BaU State
and Butler, doing philanthropic
protects at various camps.
U p c o m in g
e v e n ts
fo r
organisation Include a blood
drive at the end of February,
and retreat at Lake Monroe and
a beautifying protect at the In­
dianapolis Zoo this spring.
Although Alpha Phi Omega's
main purpose U service to o f­
fers, social activities are also in­
cluded in the program.
According to CU1, W e take
fun tripe to place* IIks King's
Island and the dunes in Nor­
thern Indiana. We plan a lot of
parties and cookouts so that
people can get to know each
o t h e r ," In a d d itio n , the
members also vacation together
in Daytona Beach, Fla. every
spring break.
Any student on campus U
eligible to affiliate with the
group and no “cuts" are made,
aa in many oh ter fraternities or
sororities.
If one show Interest in
m e m b ersh ip , h e/she g oes
through an initiation period
community service. After compiering this the pledge I
en ective member. W e don't
turn people ewey that went to
help. We want students who ere
Interested In reaching out to the
community," said GUI.
She feele that the fraternity's
most attracting quality is the
addition of coherence to student
life. "Alpha Phi Omega is cam ­
pus life off of campus end
you're with people you like,
earning respect from your
school and community," GUI
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Auditions
L to R W i Gould, Gayle Steigerwaid m
now playing at the Phoenix Theatre.
Chekhov's
'O rchard'
at CTS
by Sylvia Johnson
T h e Cherry O rchard," a
play by Antpn Chekhov, is be­
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tragicomedy, "Orchard" is one
of Chekhov's more popular
plays. It introduces us to the
Ranevskaya's, a once wealthy
Russian family who suddenly
find themsei /es penniless and
facing the ordeal of having to
sell their beloved cherry or­
chard to pay off their debts.
The play is set in the early
20th century before the Russian
Revolution. It is a time of
Baby With tha Bathwatar,
change, and the aristocratic
family must come to terms with
the fact that they no longer have
money, and, thus, the selling of
the property is inevitable.
The production, directed by
Clara Heath, includes some ex­
citing casting. Karen Eterovich
and Tess Redding are joyful as
the sisters Anya and Varya,
respectively. An excellent per­
formance is given by Arleen
Palmberg as Lyuba Ranevskaya, the matriarch of the
family.
She is a lovable
c h a ra c te r despite her e x ­
travagant lending and spending
throughout the play.
It was very interesting to see
what Brad Griffith did with the
character Pyetya, the perennial
student. His costum es, his
voice, and his mannerisms add­
ed to the authenticity of the
play. However, the real show
stealer was the character of
C h a rlo tta ,
th e
G e rm a n
governess, played by Susie Har­
C h e k h o v a dramatic co m e d y, T H E C H E R R Y O R C H A R D , on
stage w e e ke nd s through F eb . 1 0 .
mon. Though her role was
brief, Harmon was excellent
and left you wanting more.
Polly Hallagan should be
commended for the costuming.
Though the men's outfits were a
bit nondescript, the women's
costumes made up for the Lack,
e s p e c ia lly th o s e fo r th e
ballroom scene. The evening
gowns were beautiful.
The remainder of the cast in­
cludes Jim W atts as Lenya and
John Sam o as Lopahin. Also
performing are: Bill Perkins,
Pat Richardson, Gall C. Rogge,
Jim Brewster, Jerry Grayson,
Mark M oriarty, Jennifer Jones,
and Ronnie King.
I urge you to visit the C T S
and see this wonderful presenta­
tion of ‘T h e Cherry O rchard."
It will w n tin u e weekends
through February 10th. There is
a special admission price of
$5.00 for full-time students. For
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Women keep pace in district
fry Matt Shrum
IUPUI's women’s basketball
team kept pace in the district
last week with an 89-51 blow
out of Hanover College.
The victory raised the Metros
season record to 11-9 and their
district record to 9-4. This week
the Metros host the National
College of Education, an NA1A
team from Illinois, Tuesday,
and travel to Butler University
Thursday and St. Francis C ol­
lege Saturday.
Freshman Glenna Massey
sco red 25 p o in ts ag ain st
Hanover to lead the Metros.
Massey also pulled down 13 re­
bounds and picked Up four
assists and lour steals.
A m y S tro h m e y e r, so p h ­
omore, added 17 points, eight
rebounds, five assists and four
steals for the Metros.
Denise Gritton, senior, came
off the bench to pass out a team
season high of nine assists.
The Metros led Hanover by
just five points at the half,
36-31. The second half was a
different story though, as IUPU1
outscored the visitors 53-20.
IUPUI opened the second half
with lay-ins by Farrell and
Massey and a jumper by
Strohmeyer to go up 42-31.
After Hanover hit two fielders
the M etros answered with
jumpers by Strohmeyer and Ir­
win, a three-point play by
Massey and another free throw
by Massey to go up 17, 52-35,
with 12:56 to play.
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Men rally after homecoming loss
by Abby Marmion
After losing a tough 80-75
homecoming battle against TriState University jan. 26, the
men's basketball team answered
with a home victory Jan. 29, in
a 76-56 win over IU-Southeast.
After a successful upset at
Tri-State earlier this season, one
would have thought that the
Metros would rally again with
home court advantage.
Not so, however, as IUPU1
was down at the half-time
buzzer and eventually went
scoreless lor more than three
minutes in the second half
allowing the Trojans collect 11
unanswered points.
With :02 to go in the game the
Metros had cut the margin to 7
and Troy Fitts hit a 35-foot shot
at the buzzer, shaving the final
deficit to 5 points.
Mike Landis collected 15
points to lead IUPUI stats and
freshman David Wright col­
lected 14 to surpass his career
high. Kaylc Funkhouser round­
ed out double-figure scoring
with 12.
The Metros bounced back
with a win three days later
against IU-Southeast and were
never seriously challenged.
IUPUI led 40-30 at the first
buzzer and did not relinquish
their command during the re­
mainder of the contest.
Sophomore Aldray Gibson
tallied 27 points, just 1 shy of
h is
season
b e st ,
whi l e
Funkhouser had 15 and Eric
McKay 12.
IUPUI will be looking for two
home victories this week, facing
Franklin College Feb 6 and
Marian College Feb. 9.
They split their wins with
these teams earlier in the
season, defeating Franklin by a
10-point margin and falling to
Marian in the finals of the
Athletic Department Classic
Tournament.
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