Docstoc

Allen Center to remain closed

Document Sample
Allen Center to remain closed Powered By Docstoc
					                                         SEPTEMBER 17, 1992 UW STEVENS POINT VOLUME 36 NO. 2


Allen Center to remain closed
Lack of enrollment and funding forces decision
by Pamela Kersten                   houses. It's not cost efficient."     Lineberger also stated, "I want         Administration is working         flexibility they've allowed
                                                                        to do everything I can do to keep     hard to maintain their goal of        meals from the meal plan to be
 News Ellitor                         The Debot and Allen Centers
                                    are self sustaining, meaning the    costs down. Closing Allen             being "student orientated."           used in the U.C.
   The decision to close Allen
                                    money comes directly from                                                                                           The Convenience Store in
Center dining area made at the
                                    room and board costs billed in-                                                                                 Allen Center also will remain
end of last semester will be                                             "I want to do everything I can do to keep costs
                                    dividually to students. With the                                                                                open to better accomodate that
upheld this year due to lack of
enrollment and funding.
                                    decline in enrollment there isn't      down. Closing Allen Center is just one of                                side of campus.
                                    enough money to maintain both
   "Continuing to run Allen         centers, Lineberger explained.                       those things. "                                                  "All change hurts,"
Center,"     stated     Jerry                                                                                                                       Lineberger explained. "We are
Lineberger, Assistant Director        At the present time, De bot has                                                                               trying to pick things out that we
of University Center Ad-            been able to serve both sides of    Center is just one of those             To make things easier on stu-       can do to save students money."
ministration, "is like havmg        campus comfortably and has not      things."                              :!ents and to create more
three students sharing two          yet reached it's total capacity.


                                                                                                              Science building to
                                                                                                              receive face lift in '94
                                                                                                                 The 30-year-old original sec-      laneoos projects.
                                                                                                               tion of the Science Buildins at         Carl Rasmussen, director of
                                                                                                               the University of Wisconsin-         facilities planning and space
                                                                                                               Stevens Point will underao a         mana,ement at UWSP, said the
                                                                                                               $2.84 million refurbishing,          state bas begun a program to ad·
                                                                                                               probably in 1994.                    dress infrastructure needs.
                                                                                                                 Funding for the work has been      which will include opJnldingof
                                                                                                               approved in Madison by the           UW System buildings. that
                                                                                                               State Building Commission.           began being ~in the
                                                                                                                lmptOvements will include re-       19So·-. wh:en enro.       a on
                                                                                                               placement of the heatina sys·        most cam~          ·
                                                                                                               tem, . if\staltation of air          rapid rise.    .. ,          ~w
                                                                                                               ~tionina and new plumbing             Air cond.itiOnifi . .. . ~f
                                                                                                               and the replacement of tluores-      dJe few jobs tcN:~fw!ae ,. "
                                                                                                               cem HJht fixturee.                   throu~t the ~~ · ~en<»
                                                                                                                  Other improvements include        Building. There .• 110' wotUJ&
                                                                                                               the replacement of an emergen-       system in the ~. section.
                                                                                                               cy electrical generator, installa-   and those in the 197'1 and 1988
Association for Community Tasks starts off the school year with 8 volunteer fair                               tion of new acoustical ceilings,
                                                                                                                                                    additions are beaiMina to re-
                   See story page 6. (photo by Terry Lepak)                      •                                                                  quire new parts. A sin&le unit is
                                                                                                               improvement of handicapped
                                                                                                               aa:essibility and other miscel-      Continued on page.13



Point Brewery to become Barton Beers, Ltd.
   Shareholders in the Stevens      and Point Breweries) are both                                               Barton Beers represents such
Point Brewery have made the         committed to maintaining our          This could create 15-20 new         imported beers as Corona, St.
decision to sell the outstanding    established reputations through     jobs for the community.               Pauli Girl, Peroni (tH Italian
shares of the brewery to Barton     our continued devotion to                                                 beer), and Double Diamond.
Beers, Ltd. of Chicago.             quality, taste, time-honored
    The agreement has been          brewing methods, and aggres-
signed with a closing date of       sive sales efforts for us as        "We are both committed to maintaining our
                                    Wisconsin's oldest independent
September 30, 1992,
                                    Brewery."
                                                                         established reputations through our con-
   Barton Beers' intentions for                                           tinued devotion to quality, taste, time-
the Point Brewery are to bring it       According to Jim Crahan,
                                    Point Brewery Financial Ad-               honored brewing methods, ... "
to full capacity. This is consis-
tent with their goal to maintain    ministrator, all production will
the brewery as a unique institu-    continue in Stevens Point. He
                                    stated that the brewery has          "I believe that this is a definite     Point Beer will be the only
tion to Stevens Point and central                                       positive move for the brewery,"       domestic beer that they repre-
                                    potential to grow from produc-
Wisconsin.                          ing 32,000 to 100,000 barrels of    Craltan stated.                       sent.
                                    beer by next year.
                                                                                                                                     Pointer Poge 2 • Thursday, Septeni>er 11, 1992




Education change                       Runlwal~ Sunday
                                          Tht: lOth annual American
    UWSP and the Stevens Point         Cancer Society Sk tun/walk is
      a School District are work-      set to t>egin Sunday at Bukolt
. g together on a collaborative        Park.
     ard to create a change in areas     Registration starts at 11 a.m.
of education.                          with the event beginning at 1
  · 'The board has agreed to con-      p.m.
tinue with plans with or without         All participants recieve free T-
a financial commitment from            shirts, while the top 10 male and
 the federal government.               female finishers will recieve
                                       trophies.




Quayle visits WI
   Vi~
                         -
         P!esident Dan Quayle
                                       Abortion poll taken
                                      Although al;>ortion ~mains a
viSited tht Central Wiscot\$in critical .Issue in politiC$, con-
                                                                                Old Main not only gets cleaned inside, but outside too throughout this week.
                                                                                                          (photo by Jeff Kleman)
Airport.in Mosinee Tuesd!ly.       tin~~ w;otests have had little
    Quayle emphasized to the impact on people's views in
crowd of more than $00 people Wisconsin. according to a Mil·
     the Bush/Quayle ticket was waukee .Journal poll.
the way to vote.                     There is a slight.in~ase in~
                                                                             Festival of India to be
      If Gov. Bill Clinton was number of people tbatfeelit is a
elected, he stated, tax increases • woman·~ rightJ while the num·
and health care rations would ber of people opposing abortion
follow.                            has dropped.
                                                                             held at SPASH on Sunday
                                                                                Area residents, UWSP stu-         sold at the door, but at a higher      The main stage show in the
                                                                             dents and faculty will be able to    cost.                               theater will feature Marks and
                                                                             sample a foreign culture and                                             two members of his ensemble
                                                                             dine on gourmet Asian foods             The seven-course meal will       performing a repertoire done at
                                                                             Saturday, September 19th, at         feature favorite foods of India.    universities across the Cl'untry.
 Recycling planned                      Aid distributed                      the fifth annual Festival of India     The presentation on classical     Marks and a second musician
                                                                             in Stevens Point.                    Indian music before the dinner      who will play the tabla. a per-
                                            The $7.5 billion telief aid                                           will be led by Patrie Marks, ana-   cussion instrument, will accom-
     A diversified group of            package intended to help the            Proceeds of the event will be      tive of India who is now a          pany a vocalist.
 American companies have               surviving victims of Hurricane                                             teacher in Chicago and a leader
 joined efforts to introduce a plan                                          used to finance educational
                                       Andrew is being increased by          costs for destitute women in         there of the India Music En-          In addition, the musicians will
 that will increase the demand for     another $3' billion.                                                       semble. He plays the sitar, a       play for sisters Jay Shree, Ritu
 recycled goods.                        Tbe in~rease maid was needed         Bombay.
                                                                                                                  string instrument.                  and Richa Chander, all natives
     Among this group of more          following the devastating ef·          The Stevens Point Area Senior                                           of Plover, who will be featured
 than ZO companies, thr¢e are lo-      fect.s caused by the hurricanes       High School will host the eve-        During the meal Jenny Burton       in a short dance drama.
 cated in Wisconsin,                   an6 typhoons that recently hit        ning of dining, dancing and          and Richa Chander of the
                                       H~waii and Guam.                      entertainment in its commons         Suzuki Talent Education              Bight local and/or regional or-
                                                                             and theater. Festivities begin at    Program will play their violins,    ganizations either sponsor or
                                                                             4:30p.m. with a program on the       serenading diners with music        support the festival. After last
                                                                             music of India, followed at 5        popularized by movies in India.     year's event, the planning com-
                                                                             p.m. by the gourmet dinner and                                           mittee allocated $5,000 for the
 Fighting continues                                                          the 7 p.m. stage show.
                                                                                                                      In addition, Indians from       P.N. Doshi College in Bombay.
                                                                                                                  across the state in attendance
   While fighting cOntinues be-    The heated debate on what
                                                                               Tickets, $6.50 for adults and      will perform folk dances in the       Because the dollar goes a long
 tween Serajevo and Bosnia, the legally speaking sushi is, may                                                    commons, inviting members of
 United Nations continues to put fmally settle disputes between              $3.50 for children between the                                           way in India, the gift from
                                                                             ages of 6 and 12, are available at   the audience to participate.        Stevens Point is enough to sup-
 pressure on the Serbian-led the United States and Japan.                                                         Leaders will include Ashok and
 Yugoslavian's by preparing to     The question heading the ar-              the University Center Informa-                                           port the equivalent of 100
                                                                             tion Desk, Park Ridge Phar-          Ashi Tannau, Dr. Dev Rao,           women for a full year of study at
 deny them voting rights in the gument revolves around                                                            Devinder and Manju Bhalla, all      the school. The cost for tuition
 General Assembly.               whether S\lShi is a. fish or rice           macy and Gifts, and the Stevens
                                                                             Point Area Co-op. Children           of Appleton; and Dr. Kirti and      and most living expenses is
   The UN has also auempted to product.                                                                           Nikunj Ringwala, Oshkosh.
                                                                             under age 6 will be admitted                                             about $50 per year per woman.
 identify which side ~ fuing is     Fish is legal to import while
 coming from by supervising~ rice is not.                                    without charge. Tickets will be                                          Continued on page 8
 control.


                               STUDENT
                               GOVERNMENT
                                                                             SHRM receives award
                               ASSOCIATION                                    by Pam Becker                       surance presented the award to         SHRM is a national profes-
                                                                                                                                                      sional group which, through the
                                                                                                                  President Pam Becker and Vice
                                                                              Contributor                         President Kelly lgl. Chris Sad-     student chapter offers students
                                                                              by Kelly Igl                        ler, the Organization's faculty     thinking of going into person-
  The re-recognition of student           This weeks meeting will be a1                                           advisor was also present.           nel, human resource manage-
organizations will be held at 7         6:15p.m. Thursday September           Contributor                            The Merit Award recognizes       ment, sales and other business
p.m. on September 16th and              17, in the Wright Lounge. At                                              student chapters within the Na-     related careers, an opportunity
17th in room 125/124A of the            this meeting theSe-we will~              The Student Chapter of           tional Organization of SHRM         to sec what the job world is like.
University Center. This meet-           electing the Speaker of the          SHRM ·The Society for Human          which have demonstrated mem-        They provide interested stu-
                                        Senate for the 199~.-~3 school       Resource Management was              ber participation in workshops,     dents a chance to hear
ing is mandatory for all or-                                                 presented with the 1991 Student
ganizations who wish to receive         year.                                                                     chapter meetings and programs.      workshops on job related issues,
                                                                             Chapter Merit Award a! their         The chapter also supports the       to participate in professional
campus services.                           Any questions? Coocerns?          farst general meeting held Mon-      SHRM National membership             conventions, and to make con-
                                        Or just want to get involved, call   day, September 14th.                                                      tacts with people in the industry.
                                        SGA at x4037!                                                              growth activities.
                                                                                John Hillert from Sentry In-
                                                                                                                                                      Continued on page 13
                                                                                                                                       Pointer Page 3 • lOOrsdoy, September 17, 1992




 Send it back...all the way!
                                      dense it before recycling, guess          Placing recycleables into the       hour it takes to straighten out
by Kevin A. Thays                     again! Most glass that is               correct barrels may seem like         the mess. It can also be self-
Editor-In-Chief                       broken will not be used. It is          common sense, yet it is one of        defeating if too much sorting is
                                      dangerous, difficult to sort and        our largest obstacles in Lhe          needed. It's a "catcb-22."
   Did you sec the advertising        above all, it lessens the chance        recycling program. Mixed
insert that j ust fell out of your    for whole glass in the same             recycleables are often more              There are still rccycleable
Pointer? If it hasn't fallen out      batch to get recycled.                  costly to sort than their return      materials being thrown into
yet, you're safe from public                                                  value.                                the dumpsters on campus.
                                         All recycleable containers                                                 Pizza boxes and pop cartons
humiliation. If it fell out and       must be rinsed. Caps and                 J know, it takes us a little extra
you left it on the ground, you                                                                                      are at the top of the list. We
                                      labels must be removed or the           effort which seems like a real
are more than a litter-bug.                                                                                         often forget that it is easier to
                                      value is very limited.                  pain in the rear, but if we're
You're a "NON-RECYCLER"                                                                                             make one cardboard run to the
and that's humiliating.                                                                                             recycling storage room in the
                                                                                                                    basement of each hall than it is
   Of course, littering is at the
opposite extreme of recycling,
                                         " ..• ifyou think you're doing the program a                               to make several trips to the
                                                                                                                    dumpster, especially in winter.
but m any of us are non-               favor by breaking glass to condense it before
recyclers and we don't even                          recycling, guess again!"                                           We should defmitely com-
know it.                                                                                                            mend ourselves for the excep-
                                                                                                                    tional recycling we've done so
   Recycling means more than
just saving. Aluminum, plas-                                                                                        far. Between October 1989
                                         If the product's label doesn't       going to do it, we may as weJI
tic, glass, paper, cardboard                                                                                        and July 1992, we recycled
                                      contain a recycle symbol, don't         do it right!
and polystyrene (foam)
                                                                                                                    3,935,575 pounds of material
                                      assume that it can or cannot be           The University also provides        and saved our university
require proper treatment to be        used. Call the company bot-
worth anything.                                                               students in Residence Life            $61,250 in landfill costs--what
                                      line and ask them directly or           with an added incentive to sort       it would ordinarily cost to dis-
   For example, if you think          obtain a list from Resource             recyclea bles properly. The           pose this amount of material.
you're doing the program a            Recovery Center on campus.              hall improvement fund is              Tbat is our money!
favor by breaking glass to con-                                               charged for each additional




Sports all year, like it or not
 by Lincoln Brunner                     Football in itself is a little off-   Amencans have precious few            matter. They're still our boys,
 C olllrihutor                        the- wall. There are a lot of rules     honest-to-goodness traditions to      even if they do spit and swear
                                      and pat.:> and referees, which          hang on to, so when we find one,      and ask for another half-million
  As the baseball season winds        makes tor a painfully slow game         we dam well better make the           every other year.
do\\ n and the demise of every        at times. But then again, there         most of it, frostbite or no.
Mid .vest Major League team           is a special something about                                                      So whether it is baseball or
becomes more imminent, it is          watching a man being slammed                As a matter of fact, we
                                                                                                                    football, or even basketball or
comforting to know that there is      into the turf and almost broken         Americans (especially here in
                                                                                                                    soccer you like the best, keep
another sport to tum to in this       in two that gives the true fan a        the heartland, or God's country,      this in mind. America is the best
great land of the seasonal sports     real sense of pride for his team.       or whatever the heck you want         place to watch your sports, and
overlap.                                                                      to call it) have something to be      it is home to the best athletes
                                         Admittedly, catching a game          proud of in our sports. So the
                                      at Lambeau or Soldier Field in                                                anywhere. So make the most of
    Milwaukee might tease and                                                 leagues are full of overpaid,         it The Great Sports Overlap.
the Twir.s may still cling to shal-   late November is an experience          self-indulgent crybabies. So
                                      akin to siu.ing in an igloo in your                                           has something for everyone.
low hopes, but everyone from                                                  what? As long as they play for                                                Letters to the editor will be
the Windy City to the Twin            skivvies, but it's tradition. We        our favorite team, it doesn't                                                             n
                                                                                                                                                         accepted only they are typed,
Cities has to face reality- no one                                                                                                                       signed, and under 300 words in
in this time zone has a Subaru's                                                                                                                         length. Names wnt be withheld
chance in Detroit to make the                                                                                                                                                     n
                                                                                                                                                             from publication only an
playoffs unless the Brew Crew                                                                                                                           appropriate reason is giVen. The
can pull off a minor miracle.                                                                                                                            Pointer reserves the right to edit
                                                                                                                                                        letters if necessary and to refuse
  So, the time has come. Time                                                                                                                              to print letters not suitable to
to tuck awd.y the tank-tops and                                                                                                                          publicatlon.AII correspondence
pull out the parkas - football is                                                                                                                          should be addressed to The
hue.                                                                                                                                                              Editor, Pointer, 104
                                                                                                                                                          Comml.lllcatlons Arts Center,
   OK, you say the Pack is 0-2                                                                                                                          UWSP, Stevens Point, WI, 54481.
and the best team in the Central                                                                                                                        Written permission is required for
Division lt.he moment happens                                                                                                                                the reprirt of all materials
to be frorr. Tampa Bay? Don't                                                                                                                                 presented In the Pointer.
start looking for you basketball                                                                                                                         The Pointer (USPS-098240) Is a
yet. 'There are 14 games left to                                                                                                                              second class publcation
fmd out who is best, and some-
                                                                                                                                                        published 30 times on Thursdays
thing tells me it won't be a                                                                                                                               ~the school year by the
bunch of ninnies in orange
                                                                                                                                                        University of Wisconsin - Stevens
                                                                                                                                                         Point and the UW System Board
tights.

   While the pro-Chicago senti-
                                                                      OFF                                                                               of Regents. The Pointer Is free to
                                                                                                                                                             all tuition paying students.
                                                                                                                                                        Non-student subscription price is
ments are not too popular in this                                                                                                                        $10 per academic year. Second
neck of the woods, there is one                                                                                                                         Class Postage Is paid at Stevens
thing (and one thing only) that                                                                                                                                        Point, WI.
Bear and Packer fans can agree
on - we HATE Minnesota.
                                             AUG. 3t - SEPT. 18                                                                                          POSTMASTER: Send change of
                                                                                                                                                           address to Pointer, 104 CAC,
They can have their Twinkies                                                                                                                            UWSP, Stevens Point, WI, 54481.
and their North Stars, but when
it comes to the gridiron, I gotta
stand by my guns. The only
                                         U          NIVERSITY   STORE
                                                                                                ID1
                                                                                                 ~
                                                                                                                                                         The Pointer is written and edited
                                                                                                                                                            by the Pointer Staff which Is
                                                                                                                                                           comprised of UWSP students
                                                                                                                                                         who are soley responsible for its
good Viking is a Valhalla-                          UNIV CENTER                340-3431          ~                                                          editorial content and policy.
bound Viking.
   _......,
                                                                                    Pointer Page ~ • ThlKSday, September 17 1992
                                                                                                                               I




             ltllllt&
 •Dear Editor:
                                           Sept. 1 , 1992
                                                                Lower learning ?
  I am a prisoner on death row at the Arizona State Prison
· and was wondering if you would do me a favor. I have
  been here for almost sixteen years and have no family         Dear Editor,                             When someone uses words
                                                                                                     such as nigger, queer, spic,
  or friends on the outside that I can write. I was                 The Board of Regents
                                                                                                     gook, or other degrading
  wondering if you would put a small ad in the campus           repealed their ruling banning
                                                                                                     phrases and these words trigger
                                                                hate language on all UW system
  newspaper for me asking for correspondence. If you are        campuses last week. In so doing      a response that ultimately Leads
  not able to do that, then maybe you have some type of         the Regents have upheld the fust
                                                                                                     to violence, is it right to punish
                                                                amendment of our constitution.       the responder? What respon-
  message or bulletin board you could put it on. I realize                                           sibility does the person who in-
  you are not a pen pal club or anything like that, but         But have they served all stu-
                                                                dents and faculty?                   stigated the response have?
  I would really appreciate it if you would help me.
                                                                  It is difficult to envisage what     We can all hear the echo in our
                                                                the authors of the constitution      memories of "sticks and stones
Death row prisoner, caucasian male, age 46, desires                                                  may break my bones but words
                                                                really bad in mind when they
correspondence with either male or female college               wrote the first amendment.           will never hurt me" but we also
students. Wants to form a friendly ' relationship and more      Somehow r don't believe that         hear the words that did hurt. We
or less exchange past or present experiences and ideas.         they intended it to be used as a     all have felt the volcano that
Will answer all letters and exchange photos. Prison             shield from responsibility for       rumbled inside our guts as we
                                                                those who would inflict harm         tried to control the inevitable
rules require a complete name and return address on             upon others with words and           eruption that hurled us into com-
the outside of the envelope.                                    phrases deliberately designed to     bat with the person who ignited
                                                                enrage and stir emotions.            the explosion with their words.
                                                                  As children we can all remem-        The dictionary defines univer-
                                                                ber the class clown who said         sity as "an institution of higher
                                                                something that triggered a           learning...", I believe the Board
                                                                response from someone in the         of Regents have added lower
Jim Jeffers                                                     classroom. But it was _   always     learning to the definition.
Arizona State Prison                                            the person who responded to the
Box B-38604                                                     remark that was punished for         Bill Downs
                                                                disturbing the class and the
Florence, AZ. 85232                                             clown usually escaped prosecu-
                                                                tion.



-WELCOME BACK STUDENTS!!-




         STEVENS POINT • 345-7800                            PLOVER • 341-4544
             32 Park Ridge Drive                               908 Post Road
                                                                                        Pointer Poge S• llusdoy, September 17, 1992



                                                HomecomingM :JConce                       Alternative Soundsl[]
                                                                                                                             0
                                                                                                                             ...-+
                                                                                                ,
                                                                                                                             <

                        rt
                     IU ~ IV ~ll2S llr""
                                    I~                                                                                       CD
                                                                                                                             (/)




             A\lClriVIIlrll ~~ IJl()A\Il?U                                                                                   cI
                                                                                                                              0
o6                                                                                                                            3

                                    Vll2~~~~lrS:
(j)                                                                                                                           CD
())                                                                                                                           ()
::J                                                                                                                           0
(j)
(j)
                                                                                                                              3

;
                                                                                                                              ::J



                                                                                                                             c
                                                                                                                             <0
                                                                            VOLLEYBA~
'1-               THURSDAY                                               TOURNAME ~
::J                                                                                                                           0
(j)
Q)
                   SEPT. 17                                                                                                   0
                                                                                                                                 ::J
_J                                                                          Sunday Sept. 20                                   ()

o6                      8 PM                                               10a.m. Allen Center
                                                                                                                              CD
                                                                                                                                 ~
                                                                                                                              ...-+
Q)




                                                                                                                             =
>
cu                                                                       6 member $6. oo                  1 TEAM
'I-
f-                                                                       co -ed teams                                        )>
~(j)
                                                                           SIGN UP DEADLINE SEPT. 18
                                                                           CAMPUS ACTIVITIES WINDOW
 E
 cu
 '1-
                    Get your Club                                                                                            <
 0)
 0
 '1-
                     UAB Card         EXTREME NATURE                         *PRIZES AWARDED TO                              CD
                                                                                       WINNING TEAM*                         (j)
0....                                                                                                                        0
 cu                                                                                                                          c
                                                                                                                             ::J

                                                        Paul Black---
 (_)                                                                                                                         0..
  Q)
  0..
            AN EVENING WITH ...                                                                                              (/)


                                                                                                                             ~
 c
(f)

                                                                                                                             (j)
      (j)
                                                                                                                             '"0
                                                                                                                              CD
  ""0                                                                                                                        ()
      c                                                                                                                       OJ
      ::J
      0
  (f)                                                                                                                         -o
      Q)
      >
  --u
  c
  c   '1-
                                                           Saturday, September 19
  --
  <t
      Q)                                                        8:00 P.M.
                                                            $2.00 With UWSP 10
                                                                                  The Encore
                                                                                 $3.50 Without UWSP ID



 c
 --
  (j)
  ' 1-
 ())
            98
                 WSPT
            Welcomes!
                                TICKETS
                                ON SALE
                                . NOW!
                        RESERVE SEATS ONLY!!
                                                     L...----- Personal Points Accepted _ _ _ _ __,
                                                                     Get Your Club UAB Card




  (_)
 c
 0
 0

 c                      ( X-3000           J)
                        dial-an-event


                   We Make It Happen!
                                                                                                                                                 Pointer Page 6 • Thursday, September 17, 1992

                        ......-
                                                                                   Greeks strive to change image of
  Pointer Profile:                                                                 the party anitnals on campus
                                                                                                                           partying that has changed.           and regulations for the Greeks.
                                                                                  Kelly Lecker                                 Steve Farrey, president of the        Greeks were involved last
                                                                                   Fmtures Editor                          Intergreek Council, explained        year in a number of volunteer
                                                                                    Fraternities and sororities are        that the purpose of fraternities     projects including Big
                                                                                 typically associated with wild            and sororities is to provide a       ·Brothers/Big Sisters, crossing
                                                                                 parties and huge egos.                    common bond for students and         guards for Halloween, and a
                                                                                                                           help them "get more out of col-       o;enior.nrom fnr A nnn:ino hrun•
                                                                                      "They're designed to give                                                        VVhen asked about thek
                                                                                 people a false sense of leader-           lege."
                                                                                                                                "H we're going to keep our       views of fratern ities and
                                                                                 ship," stated one student about                                                 sororities, some tudents on
                                                                                 Greek life. "They just build              family strong," said Farrey, "it's
                                                                                                                                                                 campus stated that while they
                                                                                 people's egos."                           not going to be centered around
                                                                                                                                                                 still view the Greeks as party
                                                                                      These are the images the             alcohol."
                                                                                                                                 Farrey stressed that Greek      animals, they admit they play a
                                                                                 Greeks on campus are striving                                                   major role in many service
                                                                                 to change.                                life at UWSP is not as vital as it
                                                                                                                                                                 projects for the community.
                                                                                    "I won't deny that the frater-         is in bigger campuses such as
                                                                                                                            Madison. This was aUribut:::d            "We do as much as we can to
                                                                                 nities still have parties and a                                                 help the community," stated
                                                                                 strong social atmosphere,"                 largely to the strong residence
                                                                                                                            life program on campus and           Farrey. "ACf can always count
                                                                                 stated Jason Muelver of the                                                     on us to help with their volun-
                                                                                 Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity.                consequent!y a diminished need
                                                                                                                            for housing and fellowship.          teer projects."
                                                                                 "But parties with bodies flying                                                     Fraternities and sororities all
                                                                                 everywhere just don't happen                   Greek life at UWSP consists
                                                                                                                            of three fraternities and four       over campus are currently
     The Inter-greek Council acts as mediator and a                              anymore, anywhere."                                                             holding rush activities designed
       governing body for all of UWSP's different                                     Muelver stressed that while           sororities. These orgaruzations
                                                                                                                            are bound by th,.. Intergreek        to attract students to the Greek
   fraternities and sororities (photo by Terry Lepak).                            the        scene is still a part of                                            community.
                                                                                                                            Council, which sets the rules


            SP goes international!                                                 Local agencies                                                               vol
     "Cineworld," a festival of
 foreign films, will be held on
                                        Tile films and their dates are:           Student volunteers better prepared for future
                                          -"Blow Up," Sept. 16, from                                                          Last year, UWSP received a         tishments.
·Wednesday evenings in Sep-                                                       KellyLecker                              special award fOf having one of
 tember and October at the             England. A fashion photog-                                                                                                   ~tudents were then free to
                                       rapher, captivated by Vanessa              F('{lfllres Etlitor                      the best hunger cleanup
 University of Wisconsin-                                                                                                  programs in the countJy.             ask questions of any of the
 Stevens Point.                        Redgrave, becomes unsure of                                                                                              organizations• representatives
                                       the difference between truth,
                                                                                      Finding a job after gradua-
    Open to the public without                                                         often requires field ex-               "1 take enormous pride in ow      or of the ACf volunteers on
 charge, the series is sponsored       reality and images.                                                                 students' instinct to do things      hand.
                                           -"Women on the Verge...,"             IDettenc:e while in college.
 by the Department of Foreign                                                                                              for other people," said Olancel-        "To learn the value of caring
 Languages and the College of          Sepl 23, Spain. A comedy                     UWSP held a volunteer fair
 Fine Arts and Communication.          about an actress who wants to             IMolllday to allow students how            "We believe that stwients are at their best whep they
 Films are shown in the original       convince her boyfriend to give                 can get job expe~ and                                 are helping others."
 language with subtitles.              up his new love interest.                      out the commwlity as well.
                                          -"Tile Nasty Girl," Sept. 30,                                                   · lor Keith Sanders.
   Screenings are at 7:30p.m. in
 Room A206 Fine Arts Center on         Germany. Oneoft.hebestfll.ms                  '"We believe students are$
 the g~ery level.                       continued on page 18                      their best wben they are helping               According to Sartders,
                                                                                 others." said {)jane Rosenl>aum.          UWSP students volunteered for
   Point brewery Qoasts                                                          president of the As$0CiatU.m(d{;
                                                                                 Community TNks.               ' 1w~ ,,
                                                                                                                           over 7,000 boutS of comm\1Dity
                                                                                                                           ~rvice last year atone.
   Spud Beer's un1que                                                                Acr, which presente4 the
                                                                                 volunteer fair, sets up fourtypes            Representatives from each ot
   home-grown flavor                   said Randy Alexander, director
                                                                                 of volunteer programs: la~
                                                                                 dividual volunteering, tutoring
                                                                                                                           2Scommunity service organiza-
                                                                                                                           tions presented a two minute             Students interested in volun-
                                                                                 in elementary schools, com-               speeoh at the fair on ways to be-     teer work should CQntact the
  Paul Matsuda                         of University Housing. "I don't           munity programs and hunger
  Contributor                          like beer," he explained.
                                                                                                                           come involved in their estal>-        Acr offiCe at x2260.
                                         John Jury, director of Students
     The Spuds and Suds Picnic         Rights and Responsibilities,
 was held Saturday at Goerke           said he is not too concerned
 Park. This pre-Spud Bowl pic-         about the promotion of beer in a
 nic is held every year- to            University-sponsored event.
 celebrate the potato harvest, one      "It's more of a novelty, •· rather
 of the prime agricultural             than the promotion of alcohol
 products of the Stevens Point         consumption, he said. He ex-
 and Plover area.                      plained that $1 from every case
    Many UWSP students as well         of Spud beer sold will go to
 as residents of the community         scholarship.
 including some UWSP ad~                  According to John Tracy, a
 ministrators, said they enjoyed       salesclerk at JR Liquor Store,
 the Spud Premier Beer                 only a few cases of Spud Beer is
 prpmoted at the picnic.               sold each night. "It's a special-
    "I like Spud Beer," said Chan-     ty beer," he said.
 cellor Keith Sanders, comment-
 irig on the quality of the beer          People like Spud Beer "be-
                                       cause it's different," said Mike
 made from potatoes produced in        Johannes of the liquor depart-
 the community. "It has a light        ment at Copps Food Center.
 taste."                                 Johannes said the beer first ap-
    Sanders said he could not "tell    peared in the store in August and
 the difference between Spud           will continue to be sold for a few
  and other beer" produced from        weeks after the Spud Bowl
  wheat "I hope potato becomes         weekend.
 the prime ingredient of beer" to        Spud Beer is brewed each year
 help the community's economy.         by Stevens Point Brewing Com-               A thletes from Spudlympics chase after potatoes while disguised as paper bags.
    "I buy a couple of 6-packs and     pany, located at the comer of
  stretch out over the course of the   Beer and Water Streets. The                  The event was part of a competition during batftime of Spud Bowl, the annual
  year," he added.                     brewery is known as the                           game in honor of the area's potato harvest (photo by Terry Lepak).
                                                                             E~i~ii1et~iiiii:ji§.iji€W£:::~~;}~~;:;;;;:=:~~;;;;;;;;;;:;::=~
     "I've never had Spud Beer,"
                                       producer of Point Special Beerl.
                                                                             4
                                                                                                                                               Pointer Page 7 • Thursday, September 17, 1992


  Sportz teams compete Frank's story to be told on campus
  for students' applause                                                   A performance of "The Diary
                                                                         of Anne Frank," enhanced by a
                                                                                                                    On November 13th-1Sth and
                                                                                                                  .7th-21st, "How to Succeed in
                                                                                                                                                                    a graduate teaehing associate.
                                                                                                                                                                    A modem dance specialist, she
                                                                         special poster exhibit, director's       lusiness Without Really                          is a certified Laban Movement
                                                                         talks and authentic set designs,        frying," "a big brassy, rags-to-                   Analyst who ~ been a per-
                                                                         will open this year's mainstage         1ches musical," will be directed                  former, choreographer, director
                                                                         theatre season at the University         md choreographed by James                        and actor.
                                                                         of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.             ~. with musical direction                             Woodward has also been a
                                                                            Directed by Robert Baruch of         >y James Woodland and set                         professional performer, a
                                                                         the theatre faculty, the drama          Jesign by Gary Olsen, members                     teacher at Kansas State Univer-
                                                                         will open at 8 p.m., Friday, Oc-        -,f the theatre and dance faculty.                sity and at Mills College where
                                                                         tober 9th and continue on the              Professor Thomas F. Nevins                     she earned an M.F.A. She has
                                                                         evenings of October 10th-11th           will direct Shakespeare's "The                    studied at the Ballet Russe de
                                                                         and 1Sth-17th in the Jenkins            Tempest," a romantic fantasy,                     Monte Carlo School, the
                                                                         Theatre of the Fine Arts Center.        on February 19th-21st and 2S th-                  Americ~n Ballet Theater
                                                                            Baruch and scenic designer           27th.                                             School, and the Robert Joffrey
                                                                         Stephen Sherwin traveled to               Two new dance faculty mem-                      School.
                                                                         Amsterdam to study where                bers, Robin Moeller and Diane                       The ftnal show of the UW-SP
                                                                         Anne Frank and her family hid             Woodward will join James                        theatre season will be a rollick-
                                                                         from the Nazis during World               Moore and Susan Hughes                          ing bedroom farce, "A Flea in
                                                                         Warll                                     Gingrasso in choreographing                     Her Ear," directed by Hopper. It
                                                                            Other productions throughout           "Dance Stage '93," a showcase                   will be staged on April 30th,
                                                                         the season, described by theatre          of ballet, tap, jazz, and modem                 May 1st, 2nd, and 6th- 8th.
                                                                          and dance chair Arthur Hopper            dance, on March 30th, 31st and                     The work of Jessica Hahn,
                                                                          as "solid, with excellent                April lst-3rd.                                  UW-SP's new costume desig-
Comedysportz teamsters act out a play in reverse to                      variety," will include musicals,             An Iowa native, Moeller holds                ner, will be showcased in
 - amuse the audience (photo by Jeff Kleman).                            comedy,         dance        and          an M.F.A. degree from Ohio
                                                                                                                                                                       continued on page 18
                                                                          Shakespearian fantasy.                   State University where she was
 Kelly Lecker                       competed in various games and
                                    contests to see who could evoke
 Feature.\· Editor                  the most laughs from the                   I' I{ I '\ l   I I' I I· S ,, I   S   <   l l   '\ I l   I< I     I l I< I   \\ I '\ I     I '\ \ L S I I '\ (,
                                    audience.
     UWSP students enjoyed a
sporting event last Thursday             Games ranged from acting
night, but the teams weren't        out ''Washing windows with an
competing for touchdowns or         armadillo" using three different
horneruns.                          emotions to telling a joke over
    Instead, the teams of Com-      and over with a different
edysportz were competing            punchline each time.
against each other for laughs           Teams could earn points by
from the audience.                  entertaining the crowd, but had
   Students ftlled the Encore to    to be careful not to be subject to
see the performance, which is       any "comedy fouls."
presented at UWSP once each             These fouls ranged from the
                                    "groaner foul" for something
year by the University Ac-
tivities Board.                     that was said with no tact or wit-
   "Comedysportz is one of our      tiness to a foul for boring the
most popular events," said Dan      audience.
Berard of UAB. "People really          "I think many students like to
seem to enjoy it."                  see Comedysportz because they
      With "Evil Man" Dan as        remember it from their
referee, two teams ofcomedians      hometown," said Berard.


            Britain•Spai:n•Ch.in.-Fnmt:e-<ietDullryiiPoland
                                                                                                                                                  ;!o~
             •Austtalla•New Zealand•Irdand•eotna JUo
                                                                                                                                                   /()0
         1be Sun Never Sets on the UW-SP                                                                                                          ,rc
         Flag!                                                                                                                                 ...,~ c l    '2 7   r
                                                                                  IRONICALLY, THE TIME TO START
                                                                             SAVING FOR RETIREMENT IS WHEN IT LOOKS
                                                                                   LIKE YOU CAN LEAST AFFORD IT.
                                                                                C     an't afford to save for retirement?
                                                                                       The truth is, you can't afford not to.
                                                                                Not when you realize that your retirement
                                                                                                                                              Even if you're not counting the years to
                                                                                                                                           retirement, you can count on TlAA-CREF
                                                                                                                                           to help you build the future you deserve-
          7h Futurw & "InterrullloP ·f' arul Belo11gs to
                                                                                can last 20 to 30 years or more. You'll want               with Oexible retirement and tax-deferred
          7bose Wbo Prepare/ Stua_ 4.broadl
                                                                                to live at least as comfortably rhen as you                annuity plans. a diverse portfolio of invest-
                                                                                do now. And that takes planning.                           ment choices, and a record of personal
          •All Courses Eatn UW-5P Credit!                                          By starring to save now, you can take                   service that spans 75 years.
                                                                                advantage of tax-deferral and give your                       Over a million people in education and
          •Programs costs begin at $21SO for Sonuner
                                                                                money time to compound and grow.                           research put TIAA-CREF at the top of
           and Interim and $3960 for Semester
                                                                                Consider this: set aside just $100 each                    their list for retirement planning. Why not
           Programs!
                                                                                month beginning at age 30 and you can                      join them'!
          •PinaocJal Aid AppUesl
                                                                                accumulate over $192.539* by the time                         Call today and learn how simple it is
                                                                                you reach age 65. But wait ten years and                   to build a secure tomorrow when you
                                                                                you'll have to budget $227 each month                      have time and TIAA-CREF working on
         Contact:    UW..SP International Programs                              to reach the same goal.                                    your side.
                     208 Old Main Bldg.
                     UW..Stevens Point, WI S4481                                              St.n P'-•i"tt :!""'fotwr•. C.U _,. B,.,..u,_,., H•tli~H~ 1 800 842-2888.
                     Tel# (715)-346-2717 Fax# 3591
                                                                                              Ensuring the future
           ftritaln•SJlllln8Chiru~•FtanceaGeroumyt~Potand•
                                                                                              for those who shape it.SM
              Au.ttalla•Nnv Zealaad•lrdaDd•eo.ta Rio
  Pointer Page 8 • Thursday, September 17, 1992
                                                                                                                        women has had the most               Coalition, Thursday People,
                                                                                      -Festival                         profound results in dealing with     Fox Valley India Association,
 Collins Center to hostnew                                                             Continued from page 2            problems in Third World or
                                                                                                                        poverty-stricken nations.
                                                                                                                                                             UWSP College of Fine Arts and
                                                                                                                                                             Communication, UWSP South
                                                                                           Jyotsna Chander, festival
 music theatre production                                                             coordinator, said the World
                                                                                      Bank recently reported that in-
                                                                                                                          Organizations assisting in the
                                                                                                                        staging of the festival are the
                                                                                                                                                             Asia Society, Women in Math
                                                                                                                                                             and Computing of UWSP, and
                                                                                                                        Stevens Point Area Senior High       Women in Higher Education of
                                                                                      t.ervention on behalf of poor     School and its Student Action        UWSP.
    Christine Jauquet                    played in public, •· said Larrick.
    Coutributor                          "There's everything from A to
                                         Z."
      Music and theater lovers can         "A Repertory List" was com-
   soon enjoy a new form of enter-       posed by Larrick.
   tairunent.
                                             'Tve been performing in
    William Clark and Geary Lar-         public since I was five or six
  rick will present "A Repertory         years old," he said. "In the past
  List," a music theater composi-        seven years I've written about
  tion Thursday at 7:30p.m. in the       70 compositions, and this is one
  Haferbecker Lecture Hall in            of them."
  Collins Classroom Center.
                                           "A Repertory List" was flTSt
    The presentation is unusual          performed last June at UWSP.
  because unlike most musical            Larrick played both parts by
  performances , this music

                                    recording the reader part and ac-
    theater composition contains no companying it with live percus-
    musical notes.                  sion.

    The duo will feature Clark per-          "All the percussion is im-
   forming a reader part with Lar-       provised," stated Larrick. "It•s
   rick accompanying the reading         got instruments from different
   with percussion.                      continents: American maracas,
                                         an African kalimba, an Asian
     The text is an alphabetical list-   drum and three European cow-
   ing of composers and music            bells."
   compositions.
                                            No admission fee will be
     "It's actually a list of 80 per-    charged for the presentation.
   cent of everything I've ever

     Capezio
      DANCE SHOES
        40°/o OFF
                        · lap
                        • 13a'lcl
         GYMNASTICS SHOES ALSO
                            !
           CLEARANCE PRICE~O~--:--



       -Happy[~~~
           933 Clark St. 345·0184
                                            ~~ ·"
                                            I   'a~   h-4-,,
                                            S .t'ut!S.IVi
                                                              tv'

                                                            ·o'•   Of   /
                                                                            ,,   \
                                                                                 \·




   PUT YOUR DEGREE
   TO WORK WHERE
       IT WILl DO
  A WORlD OF GOOD
  Your first job after graduation should offer more than a paycheck.
In Peace Corps you'll immerse yourself in a new culture, learn a new
      language, develop important skills and receive fmancial
                           and other benefits.
  Peace Corps is ~ 40% 9/rre countries than ever before and needs
              qualified peop·~ in a wide variety of areas -
     education, math, science, agriculture, tbe environment,
       accounting, health, skilled trades and many others.
                             Find out more.
                  People of color encouraged to apply.                                                5' X 8'                                    6' X 9'
                                                                                                    AREA RUG                                LUXURY AREA RUG
   UW I Stevens Pt.                                   Info Seminar
   -Univ. Or. Concourse                           .Communications Rm.
   Sept. 29 &30 (Tu &W)                           Sept. 29
    9 a.m. - 4 p.m.                                   7 p.m.

   Info Interviews: Oct. 14 - sign L.P now in Career Services                                   Perlecl size lor mosl Dorm noorns.                Choices ol Slyles and .Colors

                                                                                                               ".~/'~-----------------,
                                                                                                                   ~· \ .
                                                                                                               - ·,.
Peace Corps                                                                                                                                                704   Post   Rd.
800-328-8282                                                                                                                                         Stevens       Point,     WI
                                                                                                                                                           341-0422
           ~-------,-------.




Pointer Page 9 • Thursday, September 17, 1992
                                                                                                                                   Pointer Page 10 • Thursday, September 17, 1992




 Treehugging is human nature
      .                               hug trees?                          relaxation, or anyotherneed We
bYMichen Nemast
        e                                1 tried to remember if I had     may feel - we hug trees.
 Outtloors Etlitor                    ever bllgged a tree. Probably          Hunters shimmying up to a
                                      not deliberately, but I'd have to   deerstand,forestersmeasuriQga
  I was sitting in one of my clas-    say I must have, and so, l'm        tree'sdiameter,andloggersget-
ses the other day when my             sure, have others.                  ting ready to destroy a planta-
professor brought up one of the          Little kids playing hide and     tion ·they all hug trees, inadver-
most interesting words I've           seek in the woods who throw         tently or not.
heard in along time. He used an       their arms around the biggest          Although we ~W never very
old slang term meant to be            trunk they can imd and pray that    willing to admit this, we need
derogatory to environmentalists       no one can hear them breathing      these leafy, forest friends for
when it was ftrst created. He         -they hug trees.                    security, money, jobs, proteo-
said, "Treehuggers." Treehug-           Children or young lovers who      tion, comfort and even life itself.
gers?                                 hook a limber birch in the crook    "Treehuggers" may have been             This white-tailed deer is just one of the many that
  Just what exactly is a treehug-     of their elbow and swing them·      considered radicals at first but
ger? That got me to wondering.        selves around with the sheer        the tenn can no longer be ap-          bow and gun hunters may have a shot at this fall.
Are environmentalists, ''green"       bUss of being ~ive • they hug       plied in that sense. Each and                                     (file photo)
people, Friends of the Earth,         trees.                              every one of us has become a
Oreenpeace members, and                 Those of us who tum to nature     treehugger.
Earth Firsters Ute only ones who      and theforest for~. solace,
                                                                                                                DNR provides bonus
                                            «




Michigan field trip                                                                                             archery deer tags
gave s udents respite                                                                                              Bowhunters will again have
                                                                                                                the opportunity to harvest more
                                                                                                                than one deer in many deer
                                                                                                                                                         Wisconsin bowhunters har-
                                                                                                                                                     vested 67,097 deer in 1991,
                                                                                                                                                     breaking the previous record,
                                                                                                                management units when the            set in 1990, by almost 18,000
by Jason Fare                         of my frustrations during the        wasn't about to argue. Their         state's archery deer season          deer.
                                      identification exercises. Quartz     sign summed up the w:ekend           opens Saturday, September                "We estimated that about
Contributor                                                                venture with one sem ~nee.                                                12,500 antlerless deer in last
                                      or concrete? I was lost                                                   19th.
                                                                           Michigan is a treat for the sen-       Fifty-nine management units        year's archery harvest could be
  Wanna take a trip? With eight        At "The Lake Of The Clouds",        ses.                                 throughout the state remain 20       attributed to the issuance of
long hours of travel to look for-     however, I was flying on an in-                                           percent or more over population      bonus permits," Hauge said.
ward to and thirty students all       credible natural high. Located        I would like to return some-        goals, despite record deer har-      "Without that extra harvest,
scrambling for window seats. A        in the Porcupine Mountains          day, in a nonacademic setting,        vests in 1991 and some winter        antlerless quotas in several
few slight preparations were at-      State Park of Octonagon,            without schedules and quotas.         mortality in northern counties.      management units wouldn't
tended to, and the road became        Michigan, this site provided us     As it was, I silently cursed the         By allowing archers to take       have been achieved."
our racetrack.                        with the most beautiful, con-       van every time we had to              more than one deer in overpopu-        Management units with multi-
                                      centrated forest horizon that I     regroup and return to the             lated areas, Department of           ple bags available (two or three
  Out of Stevens Point and into
                                      have ever taken in. It had a        vehicle's confming walls.             Natural Resources biologists         deer) contain deer populations
the big blue open. Stuffed like                                             A light, amusing atmosphere                                              estimated to be 20 percent or
commuters on a New York sub-          breAthless elegance - an essence                                          hope to reduce the number of
                                      ofinfmity.                          ofhumor kept us sane during the       units that are over goal.            more over prescribed winter
way, clutching our personal caf-
                                                                          lon~ stretches of travel. CNR           Archers were first allowed to      population goals. Those units
feine apparatus', we shut our             Standing on that bluff,         maJors are unique people. I say
eyes in an attempt to bypass the                                                                                take more than one deer in over-     are also expected to have bonus
                                      everyone involuntarily fell into    that with all due respect. They       goal units during the 1991           antler less deer permits available
limitations of time.                  a brief silence where reality       love their rocks. They love the       season. According to Tom             during the gun deer season.
                                      ceased to exist. No school, no      outdoors. And they love their
  Miles, miles, and more miles.                                                                                 Hauge, director of the DNR •s
                                      stress, no bills and no respon-     beer. Life at its most basic and
Trees, trees, and yet more trees.                                                                               Bureau of Wildlife Manage-
Landscape scrutiny, and any en-
                                      sibilities. For one moment.         unpolluted level.                     ment, "Their success was even
                                                                                                                                                     continued on p.17
joyment that may come from              And then w-: were back on the                                           better than we had hoped."
                                                                             A city executive-type would
that scrutiny, is dismissed at 70     bus. Oh. weU. Halfofthegroup        have got a substantial laugh out
miles per hour. The air in our        pitched tents at the state park,    of watching our group scale
vans slowly obtained a curious        while the rest of us opted for      roadside rock formations in a
funk that delighted our noses the     motel rooms in town. Guess          frenzy of granit-gathering furor.
way day~ld socks never fail to.       which group I sided with. I'm       With tiny anthropology ham-
Are we there yet, Papa Smurf?         prejudiced against insects. A       mers and intent glances, search-
                                      classic true-to-form, white city    ing for a seemingly invisible
  Thank Allah for McDonald's.         boy with invertebrist tenden-                                             fisheries Society has   tentative~   is replacing their Thursday,
                                                                          treasure.
The glorious golden arches and        cies.                                                                     ly planned their trout habitat im-   September 17th ~til}g ~th a
the extension of weary spines.                                              Or how most of the students         provement project for Saturday,      cook out at th~      ' lt'~~le
This was to be the first stop of         Our second stop was in the       used pet names to refer to each       §eptember 26th. Anyo.n.e is          Reserve Sb¢1ter. ,        , out-
many for our crew, en route to        Michigan version of Door            other. Critter, Scooter, Curly,       welcome, regardless of mem·          wiU sta.rtat5: · ·          . ' ett'
Ontonagon, Michigan.                  Cowtty. Copper Harbor is lo-        Cheesy, Schmuck, Flounder,            bershlp. Meetings are held in        ing wtll contintJ¢ . ..   t'ti}ke
                                      cated on the tip of the Upper       Ratt. I still don't know many of      CN.R g24 each Wednesday at           through Schmeelcle'aftt.r-dinner.
  For me, the trip was like sitting   Peninsula, snaking out into the     their real names.                     S!OOp.m.                             Anyone wantingmoreinfonna~
 in an advanced level Chinese         waters of Lake Superior. The                                                                                   tion about EBNA i$ welcome to
class and having to look some-        weather was unusually warm            My description of these rock        Student Society of Arborlcul-        attend. Bring your own food to
 what knowledgeable. I was sur-       and comfortable. We all had         maniacs may sound ridiculous,         .wm has   invited a speaker to       grill. Chips  anc  refreshments
 rounded by geology experts,          winter jackets and gloves pack-     but they never were. A bit ec-        their meeting on Thursday, Sep·      witt be provided. Signupacross
geography masters, and                ed. Ultimately, some of us          centric, but never dull - they        tember 17.       Ron Zillmer,        from CNR 105.
anthropological authoritarians.       walked the streets of Copper        kept the trip interesting. They       Forestry Technical Scuices
If anyone in the group knew less      Harbor shirtless.                   were in touch with their intents,     Coordinator for the city of Mil-     American Water Re~ As·
about the subjects being studied                                          and the spirit slowly rubbed off.     waukee and UWSP graduate,            sociation will hold their general
than myself, they were due for          A restaurant on the lake front                                          will be speaking in the U.C.         meetings for the fall semester on
an Oscar.                             had a quote under its name             Take a trip to Michigan, get a     Garland Room at 7:00p.m.             Wednesdays at.. 5:00 p.m. in
                                      boasting that you were now          little bit of that special air in                                          CNR 212. Everyone is wel-
   The constant view that en-         "breathing the cleanest and         your lungs, and you '11 know                                               come.
veloped us extinguished some          purest air on the planet." I        what I mean.
   ,.,.,
   ·:~~
                                                                                                                                   PointeJ Page 11 • Thursday, September 17, 1992
Outdoors                        continued on p. 17


                                                                                                                                                     UWSP
                                                                              Waterfowl hunters planning
                                                                           for the 1992 Wisconsin hunting
                                                                           season need to note changes in
                                                                                                                 November 30 to December 4.

                                                                                                                   The board approved a season
                                                                                                                                                     Student
                                                                           reduced goose bag limits fol-
                                                                           lowing action taken by the
                                                                           Natural Resources Board at
                                                                                                                 beginning on September 26th in
                                                                                                                 the Exterior Zone with a daily
                                                                                                                 bag of one. Bergquist added
                                                                                                                                                     Tracks
                                                                           their August meeting in Super-        that this season will end on
                                                                           ior.                                  December 14th, unless the har-
                                                                                                                 vest objective of 20,000 birds is
                                                                                                                                                     Walleyes
                                                                             "We anticipate Horicon Zone         reached at which time the
                                                                           hunters will receive only one or      season will be closed.                 Finding out where and when
                                                                           two tags this year because of                                             anglers catch walleye on Lake
                                                                           poor production by the Missis-                                            Winnebago           is    Steve
                                                                                                                   The goose seasons in the Mis-     Czajkowski's mission as a
                                                                           sippi Valley Population of            sissippi River subzones will not
                                                                           Canada geese," said Jon                                                   graduate student at the Univer- ..
                                                                           Bergquist, DNR wetlands and           open until October 3rd and will     sity of Wisconsin-Stevens
                                                                                                                 run concurrent with the duck        Point.
                                                                           waterfowl ecologist. "The daily       seasons in both the northern and
                                                                           bag for Canada geese will be                                                 He is working with the DNR
                                                                                                                 southern parts and then continue    on a study of movement and
                                                                           one in all of the zones."             through December 14th.              migration patterns of the fish in
                                                                             Bergquist also noted that Col-                                          the Lake Winnebago system.
                                                                           lins Zone hunters will receive            Bergquist advises goose           The Winnebago system is un-
                                                                           three tags this year instead of the   hunters to check the 1992 water-    usual, according to CzaJ'kowski,
                                                                           six they received last year.          fowl season pamphlet for date11     because, in the spring, one stock
                                                                                                                 ofspecial Canada goose seasons      of walleye moves up the Fox
                                                                                                                 and closing dates for other geese   River into marshes to spawn
                                                                               Hunting hours in all goose        in each zone and subzone.           while the other group migrates
                                                                           zones will be from noon to sun-                                           up the Wolf River to spawn in
                                                                           set for the duck season opening,                                          its adjacent marshes.
                                                                           Bergquist said.                                                               In order to understand the
                                                                                                                                                     movements, the DNR has been
                                                                             Four time periods have been                                             tagging walleye each spring and
                                                                           established for the Horicon                                               summer. About 10,000 fish
                                                                           Zone: Period 1 - September 26                                             have been tagged, but c:1ly
                                                                           to October 23; Period 2 - Oc-                                             about 650 tags have been
                                                                           tober S to November 6; Period 3
 This goose resides at a Milwaukee area park and                           -October 19 to November 1 and                                             continued on p. 17
                                                                           Period 4- November 2 to 2.Q and
will most likely be out of reach to hunters. However,
           many others art within range.
            (p \Oto by Jerry KJeman)



                        Check out the best
    S ;.~~~~~~~~ml:-" a fringe benefits
      National Guaro                                      d
pan-tunc jOb full of fnngc hcncfits. Ju,t take a a ro U n
lool.. of what you ~:ould get by servmg onl)' two
days a mnnth and two wcel,s a year:

        • 50 % Tuition Assistance Grant
    • Student Loan Repayment Program
     • Montgomery Gl Bill (Up to $6,120)
     • $1,500 or $2,000 Enlistment Bonus                  A m ericans
    • Technical and Leadership Training                   at their best
  You' ll al\o get a ~taning wage of at least $6.06/hr. ltfc msuran<:c.
and reti rement allcr 20 year\. hnd out more about what 's m it for you.
Call                  Staff SGT. Matthew Kraft
                            (715) 425-3517                                                                                              COMPLETE
                                                                                                                                        Includes:
                                                                                                                                        1 PairCIBA
                          MAKE 'EM LAUGH                                                                                                Colored Spherical
                                                                                                                                        Lenses, and Exam,
                                                                                                                                        Care Kit. Training
                                                                                                                                        Visits, and Follow-
                                                                                                                                        up Care for 6
                                                  with                                                                                  months.
                                             cards and gifts
                                                  from
                                             Recycled Paper
                                              Products, Inc.

                                                Available at:



            UNIVERSITY
                               c!~!..!RE346-3431
=
•                      UNIV
            Pointer Poge 12 • Thursday, September 17, 1992


                   •CIIuin IDdII IPODICII'td lw
                                 ~Ja~~~a•                                                                  ~
                                                                                                           ~
                   STEVENS POINT· 345-7800
    •          .            32 Park Ridge Drive
                                                                                                           I
                                                                                                           .
                                                                                                               .




        THE FAR SIDE                                 By GARY LARSON

        8 ~·                                                     .v-
                                                                                                                                           0\\ '<£5, '(0\J At<£ .                   l"JE. GO\ A K£W EKTR.'<
                                                                                                                                               1'1()\1£ II .                         FoR OUR L\ST OF




               /dJ
                                                                                                                                                                                     WORDS THA.\ Gt:T



                                 A~                     ~
                                                                                                                                                                                       "'~01-t .


                                                        ~       IY
            fhe 9jr}             -the do3                 -th e cow
        :1
        ~                               #It


                             ~~
        I
            1~
        '! /)                                              ~                                                                                                                            W t.Rf MUST B£
                              the::    in~ft\n<e
                                                        -th'E' microbe.                                                                                                                  A Y4A."< TO CAAM
            the d\,c k~r-         sa    -<'.SIMI'\                                                                                                                                       t-\()R£ '1\0lE~C(



-       ill~ A
        the homic.dal
           I'Y\Ofl;a'-
                                                         A
                                                                                                                                                                                         INTO 90 M\1'{\JitS!




                                 thE?    (0. t           th~ Y\E'I"G{

                            Things from lpanema


                                                                                                           I't-\ St£.\t{G lt ITS 1\01
                                                                                                           £NOOG\\ ""1:> FR'\ Al-l. t.GG
                                                                                                                00 -rn~ S\~ .




                                                                                                                                                                              W£ Slti.GlE· t~SIJ~ AC.iWISTS
                                                                                                                                                                               L\1(1:: 10 1-\t>.\/E. 0\JR
                                                                                                                                                                              · 1-lortNTIO~S ·   NSI1t:O.
                                                                                                                                                                                            I




                   Fumbling for his recline button, Ted
                   unwittingly instigates a disaster.

                                                                                                                                              I"V£ GOT A DAR\ G\lt-1, F\'IE
                                                                                                                                              COI<\\C. SOCKS, SJI#.E GUlli.
                                                                                                                                              A 'fiQIC.~O\ , A. 8CCI<. Ot{
                                                                                                                                              B.>Gs. A MAl> Of MONTANA,
                                                                                                                                                             A~ £RA5t.R,
                                                                                                                                                             ANt> A ROCK.




                                                                          H "< O ~OW
                                                                           E. AO,
                                                                          W\\~T I f iG\JR£D
                                                                           0\JT? 11\(
                                                                          MEANING OF
                                                                          W~DS \SK'\
                                                                          A. F\')(£0 -rn!NG'
                                                                          AK'i WQRI> O.N
                                                                          ~£.t>.N ~i\(I N6 ! ,.......,.~
                                                                                                                                        Pointer Page 13 • Thursday, September 17, 1992


Business workshops Pointer hockey team                                                                                                                      Science
                                                                                                                                                            Continued from page 1
                   golfs. for revenue                                                                                                                       desired to assure a balance of air
                                                                                                                                                            throughout the building, Ras-
scheduled at UWSP                                                                    On Monday, September 14th,
                                                                                   supporters of the UWSP hockey
                                                                                                                       chances to win various prizes at
                                                                                                                       certain holes on the course.
                                                                                                                                                            mussen contends.
                                                                                                                                                              Some of the new computer-re-
                                                                                                                                                            hued equipment to be purchased
     "The Business Fundamen-          and evaluate potential losses,               program teed off at the Stevens       The contests on the course in-     is for a Cartography/Remote
tals," a five-part series especial-   and acceptable levels of risk.               Point Country Club.                 clude such thmgs as: closest to      Sensing Lab and Darkroom.
ly for small business owners or                                                       This annual event is used by     the pin on a player's drive on a
                                         "Obtaining Capital" will be               the Pointer hockey team and
managers, will be held during
September and October at the
University of Wisconsin-
                                      the subject of the final session             staff as one of it's largest fund
                                                                                   raisers of the year.
                                                                                                                       par three hole, longest drive,
                                                                                                                       long putt and other skill events.
                                                                                                                       In addition to this there were
                                                                                                                                                            SHRM
                                      on Tuesday, Oct. 20. Led by                                                                                           Continued from page 2
Stevens Point.                         Ken Schmidt, vice president of                 "This i~> t. good way for sup-   also door prizes from various
                                                                                   porters of Pointer hockey and       donors to the program.                  Some of the organizations's
                                      Bank One, the seminar will help
  Sponsored by UWSP's Small                                                        the whole athletic program here                                          activities planned for this
                                      participants identify different                                                    "We're excited about being at
Business Development Center,                                                       at the university to get together                                        semestt>r include; Elections for
the workshops are designed to
give an overview of the major
                                      sources of capital, assess needs,
                                      and 'submit a good loan
                                      proposal.
                                                                                   and have a good time and sup-
                                                                                   port our program," said second
                                                                                                                       the country club this year. They
                                                                                                                       have a beautiful course and in
                                                                                                                       our past dealings with the
                                                                                                                                                            the positions of Secretary and
                                                                                                                                                            Public Relations Coordinator on
                                                                                                                                                                                                     --
managerial functions in a busi-                                                    year Assistant Hockey Coach                                              September 23rd at 5 p.m. in the
                                                                                                                       country club for banquets and        UC- Green Room, tours oflocal
ness. The sessions will be held                                                    Tim Coghlin.
                                         Costs for the seminars are                                                    such, they have been very good       organizations and the SHRM
on Tuesdays at the University                                                        The 18-hole scramble tourna-      to our program," said Coghlin.
                                      $160 for the series or $35 each.                                                                                      State Conference in Appleton
Center from 7:15 to 9:30p.m.                                                       ment included a dinner and
                                      Registration and further infor-                                                                                       October 8th-9th.
                                      mation are available through the
  On Sept. 22, Larry Kokkeler, a      Small Business Development
member of the UWSP com-               Center, Room 012 of Old Main,
muni.;ation faculty, will lead        (715) 346-2004.
"Marketing," developing an
overall marketing approach,
identifying new opportunities,
and exploring the basics of mer-
chandising and personal selling.
                                               LIVE MUSIC
   On Sept. 29, Ron Lostetter,            EvERY SA1URDAY!
UWSP's controller, will discuss
                                         MONDAY
"Financial Management," a
basic introduction to record              •....Small Brewery Night
keeping and the managerial               TIJESDAY
analysis of financial data.               ................Free Foosball
   "Hu:nan Resource Manage-              WEDNESDAY
ment" will be offered on Oct. 6          .................Intport Night
by Diane Gillo of the UWSP                         All Imports 81.50
division of business and
                                         THURSDAY
economics. She will provide an
overview of the principles of             ...............Pitcllers 82.50
human resource management                SUNDAY
and strategies for dealing with           ......Bloody Marys 81.00
employees.



                                                                                                                                                                                  •
                                          II \1'1'\ 1101 H IJ.\11.\ 1Il i   l'\l
   Tom Ryan of business and               8100 Domestic Bottles
                                                                                                                                                                    -
                                                                                                                                                           _..;;;;~,
economics will explain "Risk               Beer & RaU Drtnk.8
Mar.agcment" on Oct. 13. He                   NORtH SECOND ST.                                                                                              -~     ...- -             SIUJK£1'
will cover the objectives of risk           (1 /2 I'TVIe post Zenotf Parle)
management, how to identify               STEVENS POINT • 344·9045
                                                                                                                                         ONlY YOU CAN PREVENT FOREST FIRES.                •




                                                                fe;at VafafAf Bi
                                                                   f~e;ff.a!
                                                                                                                                                            Birkenstock'" everyday? Sure.
                                                                                                                                                             The pure comfort supports
                                                                                                                                                              •• nd cradles ,YOUr feet.
    3333 Main St STEVENS POINT                                                                                                                                 :\ .. d when you feel



Double
Cheeseburger.....
                        $1 04                                   r-----------------,
                                                                                                                                                               thic: gocrl, it shows.




Double
Deluxe Burger .....
                        $119 FREE
                                                                     DOUBLE
8?i~~~~urger . . . . . $1  25                                     CHEESEBURGER
                                                                    with purchase of a BorxJS Fry

                                                                                                                                        ~etJt ,G~
                                                                                                                                                                                933 Clerk St.
                                                                                                                                                PJ1
5~~~~~n                 $ 29
                                                                   and a Bonus Drink ($1.04 value)
                                                                  Good M H<X 'n N<::N.'. Um~ 1 ccx.pon pc
                                                                                                                       •           PP.~               ..             ~
                                                                                                                                                                                  34:~~.~s4
                                                                                                                                                                               Mo~;i!~~~·t! ~o 5


Sandwich ............... 1
                                                                  customer, per visit, present the coupon
                                                                  bdore ordering, not good in conjl..l'lction
                                                                                                                                               SHOE SERVICE                   S.turday 8   to Noon
                                                                  with ony dher otfv. E)cpires Oct. 31, 1992.
                                                                                           Cash~    111001h 0( 14
                                                                                                                                        1~    olf wtth atudent LD.
                                                               L-----------------~                                                        01l!:r e:qodlee 9/23/92
     Pointar Page 14 • ThUJSdoy, Septurmer 17, 1992



            I                                                                     I
     Football stomps UM - Morris                                              by Lincoln Brunner
                                                                                                                     do is keep things simple, and
                                                                                                                     keep doing what we do over and
                                                                                                                                                            Other players feeding some
                                                                                                                                                        turf to the Cougars were senior
                                                                              C 0/ltrihutor                         over again in practice," said       linebacker Andy Chilcote and
                                                                                 What the Stevens Point foot-       Miech. ''That way, if a team        right end Bret Hamner. Chit-
                                                                                                                    beats you, they're a better team.   cote was all over, chalking up
                                                                              ball team did to Minnesota -
                                                                                                                    and it wasn't because of mental     nine tackles, one sack and a
                                                                               Morris in the sixth annual Spud
                                                                               Bowl is illegal in many states       errors or mistakes."                blocked extra point
                                                                              now. Luckily, Wisconsin is not           Stevens Point was defmitely          Hanmer had one-and-a-half
                                                                              oneofthem.                            the better team on Saturday          sacks and two forced passes to
                                                                                  The Pointer football team,        night, only allowing the             his credit for the night.
                                                                              under fifth-year coach John           Cougars 10 first downs, none of        In a seemingly blatant attempt
                                                                              Miech, danced on the visiting         them on the ground.                  to keep the fans present for the
                                                                              Cougars Saturday, September             Keeping things simple seemed       whole game, the Pointers scored
                                                                               12th to the tune of 42-12 in front   to work. Junior running back         three touchdowns in each half.
                                                                              of 3200 screaming fans at             Jimmy Henderson, who was                 Kicker/wide receiver Todd
                                                                              Goerke Field.                         nominated as offensive player       Passini was a perfect 6-for-6 on
                                                                                 "I felt that MiMesota Moms         of the week for the UM-Morris        the night.
                                                                               was a one-dimensional team,"         vs. Stevens Point game, ran for        When asked about the team's
                                                                               said Miech. "They had one             123 yards on the night with two    chances against La Crosse this
                                                                              good receiver and a good              touchdowns, racking up his          season, Miech said, ''We're a
                                                                              quarterback ... but after the first   shareofUWSP's328totalrush-          good team and they're a good
                                                                              two series, our defense was           ing yards.                          team. Most everybody in Wis-
                                                                              good enough to shut them                  Starting quarterback Jay        consin feels it's Point against
                                                                              down."                                Krcmar contnl>uted heavily to       LaCrosse for the conference
                                                                                Shut them down they did. The        the Pointer cause as well, pass-    championship, so we '11 find out
                                                                              Pointers defense held the             ing for 145 yards and two touch-    early if they're right."
                                                                              cowering Cougar ground attack         downs, including a beautiful           The Pointers face their arch-
                                                                              to a dismal-22 yards rushing.         56-yarder to junior wide            rivals at Goerke Field on Satur-
                                                                                                                    receiver Dean Bryan in the          day the 19th.              ·
                                                                                 The UWSP secondary did a           second quarter.
                                                                              job on Morris's passing game,             Freshman quarterback Tom
                                                                              too, recording three intercep-        Fitzgerald also had a good night,
                                                                              tions from defensive player of        passing for 59 yards total and
                                                                              the week Randy Simpson, and           the final touchdown of the
      Sophomore fullback Dave Schopf pushes ahead for                         five total for the game.              game.
        extra yards against UM-Morris. (photo by Jeff                            "What we have attempted to


                                                                              Volleyball opens strong
    cr 0 s s c 0 u n try          Kleman)


                                            •
                                                                               by Jason Czarapata                   leyan and Wheaton for theirop-
                                                                                                                    ponents.
                                                                                                                       'The Pointers lost all four of
                                                                                                                                                        from  IB~,
                                                                                                                                                        the nations top 20, satd
                                                                                                                                                        Stellwagen.
                                                                                                                                                                   which shoul?, be .in



    struts therr stuff
    by De bYF u II mer
                                                                              on~;~:~~o=is:~:e~.bYou the duels.
                                                                              was
                                                                                 also the home Opener
                                                                                                                               e~!!~o::~k~!~
                                                                                                      ~~~ ~~::e:e~~:~s~~~~e:;; champiOnshtp by beating Osh-
                                                                                                          ·           "We dt'dn't wm·, but we had a     kosh and Bluffton, 15-8, 15-5,
                                          11th runner was only SO             could even say we were too ex-
     Sport.' Editor                       seconds.                            cited," said Head Volleyball          lot to look forward to. We were     and 15-7, 15-4, respectively.
        UWSP's cross country teams          "Having our runners come in       Coach Sharon Stellwagen after         J?layingwell,andeventookaset        continued on page 18
    ~rformed well ,at the North           so close together is what we        the Pointers lost their opener,
     t:entral College Invitational on    need to do to be a good team. I      12-15, 6-15, 4-15, to St. Nor-
     Saturday, September 12th.            was pleased with everyone's ef-     bert
       The women placed first out of      ~orts," .,_ Hill.
                                                  ....:d                           ·
                                                                                  In an exciting 1st set, the
     ten teams with 35 points, and the      Freshman Taeryn Szepi, run-       Pointers jumped out to a 6-3
     men placed second out of 21         ncr of the week, finished            lead. This, however, would be
     teams with 70 points behind          seventh for UWSP and 22nd           the only big lead the Pointers
     North Central.                      overall, with a time of 19.52.       would hold for the rest of the
       "'Ilus was a good meet for the        "I was pleased with the way      match.
     women. We had strong perfor-        Taeryn ran. She was in control          St. Nobert fought back: to tie
     mances from many runners            ofherrace and ran aggressively.      the score, and then exchan.Red
     which makes competition for         This is something I would ex-        the lead back and forth until it
     positions on the team stronger,"    pect from a veteran," said Hill.     was 12 a piece. From there, St.
    said Head Women's Cross                 "The important result of this     Nobert took the next 3 points,
    Country Coach Len Hill.              meet is not that we beat the other   and thus, also the 1st set.
          Mamie Sullivan, WWIAC          teams," Hill added, "but we            "The first set really took a lot
    runner of the week for winning       learned about our team and how       out of us. We weren't physical-
    last weeks Pointer Invitational,     to run better."                      ly beat, but we were down men-
     won the meet with a time of            The men's team faced strong       tally," said Stellwagen.
     18.16.6 followed by Amy Voigt       competition from North                 Hitting well, and playing great
    in second with a time of 18.33.7.    Central.                             defense, St. Norbert took the

-    Voigt's fmish earned her the
    WWIAC nomination for an out-
    standing performance.
                                            "This meet showed us where
                                         we are. North Central is an ex-
                                         cellent team, and we stacked up
                                         o.k:.," said Head Men's Cross
                                                                              next two sets to clinch the
                                                                              match.
                                                                                "Scores don't always tell what
                                                                              reallyhappened. Wewereplay-
         "Mamie took the lead right
    from the gun and ran strong the      Country Coach Rick Witt.             ing very well, but they were
     whole way. Amy Voigt also              Senior Jason Ryf, Conference      playing that much better. I give
     made a big move in this meet by     Runner of the Week at last
                                                                              them a lot of credit," said
     fmishing one minute and 31          week's Pointer Invitational,
                                         placed fifth in 26.02.4 with         Stellwagen.
     seconds faster than she ran the                                            Next up for the Pointers was a
     same course a year ago," said       Jason Zuelke placing 11th with
                                                                              15 team tournament on Septem-
     Hill.        .                      a time of 26.33.9.                   ber 11th and 12th. Matched up            Dawnette Updyke returns the ball to St. Norbert.
         The rest of UWSP's women            "Ryf showed the leadership
                                         we need from a senior and
                                                                              in brackets of five, the Pointers                   (photo by Terry Lepak)
      also ran well as the time dif-                                          drew Bluffton, IBC, IL Wes-
      ference between the fourth and     continued on page 18
                                                                                                                                  Pointer Page 15 • Thursday, September 17, 1992

                                                                                                                                                                                             '
Tennis plays tough                                                                                             Danyel Sweo won her opening
                                                                                                               match.

                                                                                                                   Sweo, however, ultimately
                                                                                                               Isot to Linton in the second
                                                                                                                                                    Women's
                                                                                                                                                    soccer
                                                                           by Deby Fullmer
                                                                                                               round 6· 3, 6-1. Freshman
                                                                           Sports Editor                       Tabitha Wyssbrod won the con-
                                                                                                               solation championship.
                                                                                                                                                    shuts out
                                                                                                                                                    by Mark Gillette
                                                                             Women's tennis competed in             In doubles competition,
                                                                           the Chippewa Valley Open at                                              C ontrihutor
                                                                                                               Bather and Locher won their             Team depth. excellent defense
                                                                           Eau Claire September 11th
                                                                                                               fltSt two matches, but lost to the
                                                                           through the 13th.                                                        and aggressiveness carried the
                                                                                                               number one seed team, Karyn          University of Wisconsin-
                                                                                                               Johnson and Vickie Tessendorf        Stevens Point women's soccer
                                                                              Shelley Locher won the           of Eau Claire 7-5, 6-2.
                                                                          women's singles championship.                                             team to two shutout victories
                                                                          In round one she defeated Shan-                                           over St. Norbert's and Luther
                                                                          non Ruchmeyer of UW-Eau                "All14 players played at least     College this week.
                                                                                                               three matches in the tourna-             On Sunday, September 13th,
                                                                          Claire, 6-0, 6-0. In round two
                                                                                                               ment. That's always a great          the Pointer women erupted for
                                                                          she defeated Carol Gorton of
                                                                                                               way to start the season;' said       three goals in the second half to
                                                                          UWEC 6-4, 6-2.
                                                                                                               Page.                                defeat Luther 3-0. Pointer
                                                                                                                                                    goalie Sue Radmer (So,
                                                                                  Quarterfmals resulted in                                          Waukesha) captured her third
                                                                           Locher defeating Hilary              Earlier in the week on Septem-      straight shutout.
                                                                           Schwartz of UWEC 6-2, 6-1.          ber lOth, the women were vic-            "Sue played a great game and
                                                                           She defeated Roxie Anderson of      torious over St. Norbert College     had a lot of. help from our
                                                                           UWEC 6-1, 6-1 in the semi-          eight to one.                        defense," said UWSP coach
                                                                           finals to move to the finals.                                            Sheila Miech.
                                                                                                                                                        Becky Brem (Fr, Pewaukee)
                                                                              Locher defeated Jane Linton        "Everyone played aggressive        got Point on the board first with
                                                                           of UWEC, the defending cham-
                                                                           pion and number one seed 7-5
                                                                                                               singles. Our serves were good
                                                                                                               and everyone was able to get to
                                                                                                               the net consistently," said Page.
                                                                                                                                                     an unassisted goal, her team
                                                                                                                                                     leadiJTg ftfth goal of the season.          ...
                                                                           6-2.                         •                                                Dena Larsen (So, Madison)
                                                                                                                                                     put UWSP ahead 2-0 with an as-
                                                                             "Shelly was a very patient and      Results from the singles com-       sist from Susie Lindauer (Sr,
                                                                           determined player this              petition showed domination by          Madison) and Lindauer scored
                                                                           weekend. Her groundstrokes          UWSP with victories by Shelly          the last goal, her third goal of the
                                                                                                               Locher, Jamie Jensen, Sarah            season for the fmal score of3-0.
  Katie Imig serves to her opponent to help UWSP                           were consistently deep and to
                                                                           the comers, her serves were         Bather, Danyel Sweo, Katie
 beat Lawrence 6-3 on Wednesday night. (photo by                           strong, and she volleyed the ball   Imig, and Amy Gibbs.                    Charisse Simcakowsld (Fr,
                   Terry Lepak)                                            well," said Head Women's Ten-                                            Waukesha) assisted Lindauer
                                                                           nis Coach Nancy Page.                  Bather and Locher lost their      on the final goal.
                                                                                                                                                     Defensive!y, the Pointers were
                                                                                                               doubles competition, however
                                                                                                                                                    superb. Freshman Joey Zocker
                                                                                                               Imig and Jensen, and Gibbs and
                                                                                                                                                    (Waukesha) held Luther's most
                                                                             Jane Unton is a very seasoned     Sweo defeated their opponents
                                                                                                                                                    explosive player, Pernille Olsen
Golf finishes second                                                       player and said at the end of the
                                                                           match, "I played as well as I
                                                                           could, Shelly was just better. I
                                                                                                               in competition.
                                                                                                                                                    of Berkerod, Denmark, to no
                                                                                                                                                    goals.
                                                                                                                  The next women's tennis             Zocker' s performance did not
                                                                           tried everything I could think of
                                     Claire's Robb Rebne and Kent                                              match will be at home Septem-        go UJUtoticed by her coach.
by Mark Gillette                                                           to win points."                     ber 16th at 3:00 p.m. against
                                     Higley tied for first place with
C olll n hutor                       scores of 152.                                                            Lawrence.                            continued on page 18
                                       The Pointers will try to move          Other singles results for the
 The University of Wisconsin-        up frOm their current second          women showed senior Jamie .
Stevens Point golf team placed       pl~ standing in Ute WSUC              Jensen reaching the semi-finals
sec¢nd in the first leg of the       w~ they host the second leg of        only to lose to Linton 6-2, 6-2.
Wisconsin State University           Ql~ wsuc.~hturipionship this          Sarah Bather lost in the quarter
Conference 9bampion~ip tfris         Sunda>:.3lld ~ay, Septem·             fmals to Linton 6-2, 6-1, and
~ast weekend at the River Palls      her 2Pth and 21st, at Sentry
golfelub.
   UWSP finished with 8t~rr~::==::=~~~-:::-~~--~------
points, well behind UW Eau
Claire's first place total of 784.           ~
                                              POINTER FOOTBALL
Competition began on Saturday
in River Falls and was done on                   LIVE Q N 9 0 FM
Sunday. Both days the
temperature was around 70
degrees with very windy condi-
tions on the 6,471 yard course:                   CANT MAKE IT              STEVENS                                  Tuesd~
   "We had a spotty showing,"
UWSP coach Pete Kasson said.
                                                  TO THE GAME?              POINT vs.                                     and
"Out penvrmance indicates that
we need our third and fourth
                                                                            l W LA CHOSSE                           Thursday
                                              TUNE IT IN!                   SEPT. 19
golfers to assert themfelves and                                                                                   25¢     Taps,
start breaking 80 per round."
    Jason Allen (So, Stevens
                                                    90FM                      1 :OOPI\1
                                                                                                                   50¢     rails
Point) and Jason Summers (Sr,                                               UW OSII"O~ll                           and     soda,
Hartford) turned in good penor·                  'WILL BE                   O<:T. 10                               50¢     off all shots,
mances, tcying for fifth with                 BROADCASTING                  1 :OOPI\1                              75¢     off everything else.
scores of l 57. Allen shot a. 77                ALL HOME
on the f~tst dav and an 80 thl'l                 POINTER                     t.J\~l   Sll PEH IOH                   (Come before 9:00 for additional savings!)
second day. Summers go.lfedM                    FOOTBALL                    OCT. 211·
80 the fU'St day and a 71 tlw                                               1:OOPM
second.                                           GAMES.
  Jesse Amble (Fr, Arena) shot                       LIVE!                   lJW
                                                                                                                        Frldcw                   2 for 1 • 8-10 PM
                                                                                                                                             No Cover before 1OPM
a 166, Steve Theobald (Jr,
Rochester, MN) and Scott Frank
                                                                             PLATI 'EV II.J ,E                        and                       (Two good reasons
(Jr, Minong) each fmished one                                                O<:T. :~I
                                                                             2:00PI\1
                                                                                                                    Saturday                        to come early)
behind Amble with a 167, and
Brian Steinke (Jr, Amherst
Junction) had a 172.                                                 <101'M
                                                                                                                  DOORS OPEN AT 8:00, 4:00 FRIDAYS
     UW-River Falls, Winona
                                                   \Yol'lll 1\1,) I'IINC \( )U \X/\N'I 11.) IIIJ\01              BRUISEifS DOWHTOWM STEVEHS POINT
State and Carleton College
finished behind Stevens Point in
the five-team competiti~n. Eau-
[f .•.• ·   ~ifi'c£r£i:~   . . · · ·· · niri(!c        "*'" ·
~t~;:NNIDft ~· f~ii&:Q.E! .
          1
       Pointer Page 16 • llusdoy, September 17, 1992




                                                            Jt

                                                                 M\t MoM, she +hinks all I ever do ir go
                                                               through 'phases: You changed your tnaJor                   I


                                                               ~gain? Now i+5 fthnic Dance For~Yl!? whe11
                                                               are yougoin3 +o come to your fenre5 and
                                                                picK Somethin9 ~ell(ible? (~i9h) Well, I
                                                                 ue~s
                                                              9Give it~ juf+ another Ieha!e.' ~o kept tne
                                                              '       me a break Ma. mean I
                                                                                                 I told her,
                                                              )arne phone company a// four yearJ~ ..
                                                              She wa$ irnpre)Sed."




                     o matter what phase of college life you're in, _.. ...,.. . will separate your AT&T Long Distance calls from
                     AT&T can help you through it. just choose       · A'fl!lf ~-· those vour roommates make. The AT&T Calling Card
                                                                      ftudent
                                                                      Javerelu/             '
                                                                                     lets you call from almost anywhe;\- to anywhere. A lso,
....
_                    AT&T Long Distance. And you'll become a
            member of A Student Saver Plus, a line of products for of(~(timpuJ when you sign up for AT&T, your first call is free.*
                         T&T
            and services designed specifically to meet your needs      Studeo+r .        And with AT&T. you'll get the most reliable long
            while you're in college.                                                 distance service.
               Our Reach Our Plans can save you mone) on A LongT&T              So ask about AT&T Student SaYer Plus. You too, will
            Distance, rro matter when and where you call. Call Manager       be impressed.
                          If you're an off-campus student, sign up for
                          Am' Student Saver Plus by calling 1800 654-0471 Ext. 848.
                          'trfl9oi:ATaf •'ft.-'1~ ... t,AtiTL&f~~-l!IIIIIWIIMfiiWK\.... Itli.O.'lluo-CW\t. .............a .........
                                                                                                                                      ATs.T
                          ,.,_..._._6/AIW. bcfii!WF•wrr~----~~-~ar..._JbUCI.II f6f~ •                        ._~,..,..._




..
.Outdoors                     continuedfromp.ll
                                                                                                                               Poilter Page 17 • TlMsday, September 17, 1992


Bow tags                             \Valleye
continuedfromp.JO                     continuedfromp. 11
                                                                         Whitetails instill pride
 The number of gun bonus per-        returned. (There's an address
mits expected to be available        provided for anglers on the            The importance of the white-          Many names of Wisconsin         Wisconsin, while archers have
determines whether a unit is         tags.) Steve says he needs more     tailed deer has withstood both       lakes, rivers and communities       accounted for a harvest of more
designated as a two or three deer    tags in order to substantiate       time and history in much of the      are related to the honor and im-    than one-half million.
bow-bag unit.                        some of his findings.               United States. This is especial-     portance placed on deer by early       Deer hunting is a strong tradi-
                                          "I would like to see the       ly so in Wisconsin, where the        Indian tribes in the state.         tion in Wisconsin and the white-
   In an effort to reduce deer       recovery rate at 10 percent so I    first hint of fall stirs many        Waupaca in the Winnebago lan-       tailed deer remains an honored
problems in urban areas, three       can be more confident of my         hunters with thoughts of going       guage means "a stalking place"      trophy in any hunter's baa.
special units with four-deer bag     results," he says.                  afield again in pursuit of this      for deer. Lake Michigan has         Nebagamon in Douglas County
limits were established in                 Czajkowski, of suburban       worthy game animal.                  been adapted from an Ojibwa         was named by Chippewas as a
metropolitan areas near              Chicago, also has created a           White-tails and Wisconsin are      word meaning "a wooden fence        "place to hunt deer by fire from
Madison, Milwaukee and La            database containing all the         synonymous. Many say that the        to catch deer near its banks."      the waters."
Crosse.                          •   original tagging information.       white-tailed deer is aesthetical-       Fence Lake in Vilas County           Because of the white-tailed
                                     "When an angler sends us a tag      ly appealing and regard it as a      has been traced to the Win-         deer many hunting laws have
  To be eligible to receive bonus    '1te send him/her a questionnaire   symbol of the outdoors , a           nebago word describing a deer       been enacted, conservation
archery deer permits, hunters        on where, when and the size of      portrait of serenity in the woods.   fence near the water, and Lake      policies promulgated, and
must harvest theu flJ'St deer in a   the fish caught," he says.          The white-tailed deer is                  Mild winters over several      wildlife restoration efforts
designated multiple-bag bow            He has reached the final stages   Wisconsin's official state           years pushed the deer herd to its   begun. Public attitudes toward
unit. After registering theu fust    of his project, planning on         wildlife animal. No wildlife         highest point in history in 1991.   envuonnnentalissueshavebeen
deer, bowhunters will receive an     reporting results early in 1993.    species exceeds the white-tail in    Herd estimates for 1992, taking     swayed by the ecological prin-
application to obtain bonus per·     "We should be able to answer        its long- time influence on the      into account deep snows and         ciples developed in the long his-
mits at a cost of $12 each for       important questions concerning      entire field of conservation.        severe over-winter conditions,      tory of white-tail management.
residents and $20 each for non-      the amount of time spent by the       History shows evidence of the      still show a herd in excess of      Only three years after statehood,
residents. The number of per-        fish in certain areas of the sys-   value placed on the white-tailed      1.25 million animals.              Wisconsin adopted its first deer
mits each hunter may purchase        tem. 'This will aid fish managers   deer. For several hundred                More than one-half million      season regulations.
will depend on where their first     in determining key habitat          years, human interest in the deer    deer inhabit the northern forest       The white-tailed deer truly is
deer was harvested.                  needs of the walleyes," Czajkos-    was purely economic. Hides           region north of Highway 64. A       Wisconsin's top big game
                                     ki says.                            were traded as money. Hides          total of 100,000 deer are in the    animal. Hunting seasons attract
                                        He holds a bachelor's degree     also provided clothing, and          central forest region and almost    several hundred thousand par-
  Hauge encourages all archers       in biology from UWSP, where         other parts of the deer were used    650,000 deer are found in the       ticipants annually. Surveys
to pick up this year's Archery       he is working with professors       by Indians as tools, ornaments       southern agricultural region of     done by the Department of
Deer Season Map when pur-            Dan Coble and Fred Copes of         and talismans.                       the state.                          Natural Resources have shown
chasing a license. The map il-       UWSP, plus Ron Bruch and              Centuries ago, mound builders           Almost three million deer      both the interest in and impor-
lustrates the multiple-bag deer      Kendall Kampke of the DNR.          built effigy mounds in the shape      have been harvested by frrearm      tance of the white-tail hunt to
units throughout the state, and          Czajkowski will discuss his     ofdeer; some of these can be ob-      hunters in the last decade in      Wisconsin recreation.
explains how bowhunters may          research at 4 p.m., Thursday,       served today in Dane and Trem-
be eligible for bonus archery        September 24th in Room 112 of       pealeau                counties.
deer tags.                                                               Archaeological digs in these

                                                                                                                     .      '~ubwayS New
                                     the College of Natural Resour-


   Hauge pointed out that the
DNR is responding to hunters'
                                     ces Building. The presentation
                                     is open to the public.
                                                                         areas have uncovered antler-tip
                                                                         arrowheads, hide scrapers and
                                                                         fish hooks made from deer
                                                                         bones.
                                                                                                                                                                                 ·
suggestions and taking steps to
malc:e bonus archery tags more
readily available.                     GARBAGE PICKUP NOTICE TO                                                    Roundsaiulwiches."
  "Last year, bonus archery tags
were available only at DNR of-
                                      RESIDENTS OF STEVENS POINT                                                 J
                                                                                                                  "'rom 7ro" "I'm no Columbus, discovery."
                                                                                                                                   ~
                                                                                                                         .7 but tbis is agreat
fices during weekday business        PLEASE BE REMINDED that city ordinance PROHIB-
hours," he said. "To provide         ITS the placing of garbage cans on the curb PRIOR
better service to hunters, mmy       to 6:00 P.M. the nlgt-t before pickup day, and an
private license vendors with         garbage cans MUST BE removed from the curb by
weekend hours will also sell         midnight of the day of pickup. Pickup Information
permits this year."                  may be obtained from thf! City Garage, 346-1537.
                                     C'ty ordinance provides penalties for ordinan~ vio-
    Hunters should ask the           lations.
registration attendant when                       BY ORDER OF THE COMMON COUNCIL
registering their deer where
bonus archery permits are being                                Barbara Kranig, City Clerk
sold in theu area.




   MODELS NEEDED FOR BAIR SHOW

                      Htgh mabton. wearable styles.
                     Expertence the latest in penntng-
                        tbat brtghtens hair color
                             while penntngJ


        For tnformaUon
      without ob:Ugatton.
   meet with Zotos Ultrabond
    Saturday. 12:00. at the
   Hollday Inn. Stevens Point.
    Pointer Page 18 • Thursday, September 17, 1992
                                                                              better and doing a good job of                                             Ktpon wtll present "Pro Altered
     Films                               Cross                                communication on the field,"
                                                                              added Miech.
                                                                                                                   Frank                                 States," an original performance
                                                                                                                                                         art piece. On November 4th and
                                         continuedfrompage 14                   UWSP had 20 shots on goalin                                              5th, William Bol.z, a senior from
     frompage6                                                                the game compared to Luther's
                                                                                                                   from page 7                           Baraboo, will direct "Seascape
                                                                              seven. Luther had only tow           several of the year's produc-         with Sharks and Dancer," and
    from Germany last year, about a      Zuelke ran a good race breaking      shots in the second half. Rad-       tions. Hahn is a union designer,      dance students will choreograph
    yoWtg woman who uncovers the         up Whitewater's top two men.         mer had four saves and Luther's      which means she has passed a          and perform in "After Image" on
    secrets of her hometown.
         -"Les Comperes," Oct. 7,        Dave Glihieck:i, Dave Nied-          Christi Thomas saved seven.          series of rigorous tests in order     December 11th and 12th.
                                         feldt, Jeremy Johnson, and John          Earlier in the week, the         to become licensed as a member            Senior Scott Bennett of
    France. On the Riveria, Gerard
    Depardieu tries to heop a dam-       Carpenter had strong races as        Pointers blanked St. Norbert's       of United Scenic Artists.             Niagara will direct "The Gloam-
                                         well," said Witt.                    1-0. Point's only goal in the           The recipient of three Joseph      ing, Oh My Darling" on January
    sel in distress.
         _"Don Segundo Sombre,"            '1 was very pleased with fresh-    September 9th game came in the       Jefferson Awards in Costume
                                         man runners George Minor and         second half on an unassisted                                                29th and 30th and Woodland
    Oct. 14, Argentina. A fictional                                                                                Desi~n. she holds an M.F.A             will mount a musical on
                                         Eric Glasrud who had strong          goal from Brem.

-
    life of the gauchos is based on a                                                                                from Carnegie-Mellon Univer-         February 10th-13th. On March
    novel by Riccardo Guirlades.         runs. Chad Witt made a nice im-          St. Nobert's only had five         sity. Resident designer for the
                                         provement over the summer and        shots on goal while Point at-                                               5th and 6th, Colleen Rueb-
       -"From Somalia with Love,"                                                                                    National Jewish Theatre, she         samen, a senior from Kenosha,
                                         gave a strong performance            tempted 33 shots. Radmer had           has worked for several other
    Oct 21, France. French presi-                                                                                                                         will direct "The Effect of
                                         Saturday as well," said Witt.                                               professional groups and served
    dent Mitterrand 's nephew                                                 four saves and the St. Norbert's                                           Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-
                                              The Men's Cross Country                                                as a visiting professor at UW-
    created this documentary in                                               keeper had 16 saves.                                                       Moon-Marigolds," and on April
                                         team is in the NCAA top ten.                                                Madison and at DePaul Univer-
    East Africa in the midst of "the                                              "We had numerous scoring                                                16th and 17th, two one acl
                                            "We have a lot of work to do                                            sity.
    worst human misery on the                                                 opportunities against St.                                                   productions, "God," and "Un-
                                         but we are progressing the way                                                 Also working with the stu-
    globe today."                                                             Norbert's but an excellent St.                                             published Letters," will be
                                         I'd like," said Witt. "I feel we                                           dents will be a new acting
        -"Nosferatu," Oct. 28, Ger-                                           Norbert's goalie kept them                                                 directed by Daniel Kelm, f
                                         realize what we need to do to be                                            teacher, Carolyn Blackinton,
    many. Klaus Kinsk:i stars in the                                          close," said Miech. "It's nice to                                          senior from Oostburg and Shelil
                                         in the top four at the NCAA in                                              who is also a union member. A
    scariest Dracula movie ever                                               see us play well together as a                                             Pyan. a junior from Merrill.
                                         November."                                                                 former assistant professor at
    made. nus is a classic of Ger-                                            team."                                                                        Tickets for the studio produc
                                            The next cross country com-                                             Central Michigan University,
    man Expressionist cinema,                                                     With the two victories the                                             tions are $3 for the public and$~
                                         petition is September 18th at the                                          she holds an M.F.A from
    shown in honor of Halloween.         Wombat Invitational in
                                                                              Pointers improved to 3-1 over-                                             for students, except for the
                                                                              all. All three Pointer victories      Florida State University and has     musical which will be $4 for the
                                         Sheboygan Competition will                                                 pursued extensive postgraduate
                                                                              have been shutouts, the fJtSt a 6-                                         public and $3 for students.
    Volleyball                           begin at 4 p.m.
                                                                              0 shutout against Augsberg Sep-
                                                                              tember 5th.
                                                                                                                    theatre training.
                                                                                                                       Black:inton has been a profes-
                                                                                                                                                             Season ticket prices for five
                                                                                                                                                         mainstage productions are $35
    continued from page 14               Soccer                                   The Pointers next game is
                                                                              Wednesday, September 16th, at
                                                                                                                    sional actress and director in Il-
                                                                                                                    linois, Massachusetts and
                                                                                                                                                         for the public, $30 for senior
                                                                                                                                                         citizens, FirstNighters and UW-
        In the championship. vs.         continuedfrompage 15                 Marian College. UWSP will             Michigan, and has performed          SP faculty and staff and $15 for
    Augustana, the Pointers lost 3-                                           return home this weekend to           extensively in regional theatre,     students. Individual tickets for
    15, 13- 15 against the quicker          "She had the-toughest assign-     play Carleton College Saturday,       commercials and industrial           the Jenkins Theatre productions
    Augustana team.                      ment and did an excellent job,       and Ripon College Sunday.             films.                               are $8.50 for the public, $6.50
      "The Oshkosh win will help us      holding their most dangerous         Each game starts at 1 p.m.               Also, throughout the year at      for senior citizens and UW -SP
    in the regular season. Now we        player scoreless," Miech said.                                             UW-SP student-run Studio             faculty and staff, and $4.50 for
    know we can win in the con-                                                                                     Theatre productions will be          students; admission to the musi-
                                           "Another key to the win was
    ference," said Stellwagon.                                                                                      staged in a new location, Room       cal is $10.50 for the public,
                                         our aggressiveness. We got to
                                         the ball fJtst, knew who their at-                                        005 Learning Resources Center.        $8.50 for senior citizens and
      Volleyball's next competition
                                         tackers were and shut them
                                                                                                                       On September 25th and 26th,       UW -SP faculty and staff, and
    will be on September 17th in
                                                                                                                    AmyLiz Schaub, a senior from
    Appleton at 6 p.in..                 down. We'regettingbetterand




                                          The Week In Point
                                        THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17 - WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1992


                       THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17                                                     SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 - Continued
                       RERECOGNITION NIGHT (Mandatory for all student                             Football, UW-laCrosse, PARENT'S DAY, 1PM (H)
                        organizations wishing to renew recognition), 7PM                          Worn. Tennis, laCrosse Invitational, 3PM (T)
                        (125/125A·UC)                                                             UAB Alt. Sounds Presents: PAUl BlACK & THE FliP KINGS,
                       Worn. Volleyball, Lawrence University, 6PM (Appleton)                       8-11 PM (Encore-UC)
                       UAB Alt. Sounds Presents: EXTREME ~ATURE, 8-10PM
                        (Encore-UC)                                                               SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 20
                       Faculty Recital: STEVEN BJEllA, VIolin, 8PM IMH-FAB)                       Amer. Cancer Soc./Schierl Oil Co. RUN/WALK, 1PM
                                                                                                   (Bukott Park)
                       FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18                                                       Men's Soccer, UW-Stout, 11AM (Eau Claire)
                       Men's & Worn. Cross-Country, Wombat Invitational (Sheboygan)               Worn. Soccer, Ripon College, PARENT'S WEEKEND, 1PM (H)
                       Wom. Tennis, LaCrosse Invitational, 3PM (T)                                UAB Athletic Entertainment BASKETBALL CHEERLEADING
                                                                                                   TRYOUTS, 8PM (Wrestling Rm.-PE Bldg.)
                       SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19
                       Man's Soccer, UW-Eau Claire, 11AM & Michigan Tech., 4PM                    MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21
                                                                                                              I




                        (Eau Claire)                                                              Performing Arts Series: FREE FLIGHT, Classical Jazz,
                       Wom. Volleyball, Trl-Meet, 10AM (H)                                         8PM (Sentry)
                       FESTIVAL OF INDIA: Music of India, 4:30PM; Dinner, 5PM;                    UAB Athletic Entertainment: Wrestling Cheerleadlng
                        Stage Show, 7PM (St. Pt. Area Senior High School)                          Information Mtg.. , 9PM llobby-BG)
                       Wom. Soccer, Carleton College, Parent's Weekend, 1PM (H)
                                                                                                  WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23
                                                                                                  Worn. Soccer, UW-Eeu Claire, 4PM (T)
                                                                                                  Worn. Volleyball, UW-Oshkosh, 7PM (H)
                                                                                                  Faculty Recital (Music Scholarship Series): PAUl DOEBLER,
                        For Further Information Please Contact                                     Flute, 8PM (MH-FAB)
                        the Campus Activities Office at 346-4343/ll
                                                                                                                                                   Pointer Page 19 • Thursday, Spetember 17, 1992



                                        PERSO~ALS
                                                                                    Apply now for Hunger Clean                       To Fab 1: I bear that you are       Dateless and desperate girls
  For sale: Ski Boots, Munari           Thanks Kurt Hornby and                    Up/Special Even t s Coor-                        flying with Peter Pan's            - need a date. for the night or
mens size 7/8, womens size8,19.      Chris Swop~ for your help on                 dinator with A.C.T. Paid posi-                   sidekick. Good luck. Fab 2         weekend? Ca ll INKY for
Black with Uourescent green.         the news set! I really ap-                   tion. Applications and job                       and 3                              reservations. Phone # to be
Used only 1 season $60. 346-         preciate it! Lisa                            description in A.C.T. office                                                        given next week.
2727.                                                                             (Campus Activities Complex
                                                                                  lower UC) Questions call 346-
                                                                                                                                      Free tutoring in physics for
                                                                                  2260.                                                                                 Hey Diege- Stub you toe?
                                                                                                                                   students enrolled in 100- and
                                       Everyone dances to the beat                                                                 200- courses. Debot Center,        Smash your finger? Break a
   1984 Nissan Pick-up excel-                                                                                                                                         contact? If you break bones
lent runner. $1900 or best           of a different drum. I'm danc-                                                                Room 073, Mon. - Thurs., 7:30
                                     ing to mine. I love you Sis' Tig-              Hey Penguin, Next time we                      - 9:30p.m. Daytime tutoring        we'll never speak to you again!!
offer. Call 344-1441                                                                                                                                                  Luv Tobi J and our new room-
                                     ger, Roomir., Spuds, Boobs,                  will leave the girls at home and                 also avai;able. For more infor-
                                     Petrie, J~.;ke, Fuzzy the                    see a war movie, or bow about                    mation         inquire       at    mate.
                                     Thumping Rocking Horse,                      a road trip to New York? The                     Physics/Astronomy Dept. Of-
                                     Flood, Meat and Idol. I'll be                Walrus                                           fice (B111 Science Bldg.)
   White metal loft for sale at      back, promise.
                                                                                                                                                                          "Let's have a Festival!! •
$150.00 new. Asking $100.00
                                                                                                                                                                      Good luck to my mud Iovin
or best offer. Used only one
                                                                                     To: Dcrf W.K Too bad I                          To: The guys who drank our       pals Ann Wcge, Scott Howser
semester. Contact Janeal at                                                                                                                                           and Paul Numsen at the Che-
346-2890.                                                                         couldn't get a rise out of you                   beer and our Dr. M., Conserve
                                                                                  last Friday night! From: The                     your energy 'cuz pay backs are     quamegon Fat Tire 40. See ya
                                         Peeny-moo-new meow                                                                                                           then. "Juke"
                                      meow. You heard right the                   Aerobics Queen.                                  strenuous and a lot of bard
                                                                                                                                   work! From: The sexy little
                                    two ballheads are back and
                                    ready for action. We will be                                                                   red head.
  '83 VW Rabbit, good runner        rockin' the pointer athletic                                                                                                        Freshman: Lookin.g for more
high miles, looks good, bes~        season wilh our new appren-                      Congratulations Gretchen                                                         than a bang-over? Rush Phi
offer, 341-0573.                    tice ballbe~d. Good luck to                   Rybicke!! You are the winner                                                        Sigma Kappa Fraternity. Call
                                    Hode and his completion of                    of a semester membership to                        Matt.Robiscb- We bave very       Gonzo or Waffle at 341-0138
                                    baUbead training school! Do                   UWSP's Health Enhancement                        clear p1ctures of you on video     for a schedule of events.
                                    balls and live forever. Bark                  Center! Thanks for participat-                   tape. You took the risk of the
                                    Bark!! Big Juke Dog                           ing at our FITSTOP booth in                      Sentry. The Lone Lanoers.            Hey J-Man - Next time don't
      WANTED                                                                      the U.C.                                                                            leave the lid up! Love the SE



   5 bedroom home for male
students. 3 i>locks to campus.
$775/person/semester. 344-
1441 or258-3939.
                                      Dear SLS, Always thinking of
                                     you.JAK                                      IIIEARCII..UTIN
                                                                                      Library of.Jntonnlllon in u.s.
                                                                                    Largest
                                                                                          19.211 TOPICS· ALL SUBJECTS
                                                                                      0n1er catalog Today with V1sa I MC or COD
                                                                                                                                    B          IRTHRIGJtT •nc1 "~ Help•
                                                                                                                                               •
                                                                                                                                                            PREG"flft17
                                                                                                                                                                ~
                                                                                                                                                                      Roachettes.



                                                                                                                                                                          p
                                                                                                                                                                     fNe Gncl Confidential.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  I'"


                                                                                    imNW,a aoo-351·0222
                                                                                    Or. rush $2.00 to. Resurch lnforlllltion
                                                                                                                                                                              ca11 341-ttELP
                                                                                   11322 Idaho Ave 1200-A. los Angeles. CA 90025
                                    llf you expect a
    A female non-smoking
                                     Stafford Loan and                            *EARN               EXTRA IN·                      HORSEBACK RIDING
roommate is want ed for
second semrstcr. Very low            your account is                               COME*Eam $200-$500                                                   'The Besr
price. Close tt) campus. Three
wonderful roo.nmates - excel-
lent condition. Call Lisa now
at342-0584.
                                     pajd jn full, we will
                                     mail the loan check
                                     to your local ad-
                                                                                   weekly mailing travel
                                                                                   brochures. For more
                                                                                   information, send a
                                                                                   stamped addressed en-
                                                                                                                                   I,.,.~';:== ~daLI
                                                                                                                                   I
                                     dress. Local ad-                              velope to: Travel Inc.,                                    Qnwt D 8Jmdl • Pdendsldp
                                     dress information                             P.O. Box 2530, Miami,                                                  *ce        1975
Pregnant? UW Alumni wish to          is maintained by                              FL 33161.                                                            808-33~58
adopt. Willing to help. Jerry and
Barb 1-800-952-0669.                 Registration and
                                     Records.

Earn $'s, a FREE trip to
Mazatlan, or both. We
are looking for outgoing
reps to sell the best spring
break trip available. We                                                                                              UNIVERSITY STORE
offer air, lodging, free
beer parties, meal dis-
counts, and nightly en-
                                                                                                                   HOURS OF OPERATION
tertainment. Calll-800-
366-4786.                                                                                         Monday thru Thursday                                                 8am-8pm
                                        We have Shoebox                                                                                                                8am-5pm
 GREEI<S & CLUBS
                                        birthday cards.                                           Friday
                                        Come m and stock
                                        up! You•n always
      RAISE A COOL                      have a laugh                                              Saturday                                                            10am-3pm
           '1000                        handy!
     IN JUST ONE WEEKI

                                                                                                                                         UNlV=RSITY12 noon-S pm
   PLUS $1000 FOR 11IE                      Slfoe?>OX GREETINGS
  MEMBER WHO CALI.St                  (~ .f:,.y littk cl;v:slort •( ijolt..ark)
    No obligation. No cost.
                                                                                                                                                     STUDENTS HELPING STUDENTS
      You also get a FREE
     HEADPHONE RADIO
                                     u~sJ;;~~JIT                                                                                         STOR::_     Ualmslty  Cuter   346·3431
         just for c:alling                    UNIV CF_:.r..,:TER     34e-24~1

    1-800-93l-0528, Ext. 65
       Pointer Page 20 • Thursday, Spetember 17, 1992




 •


              S- ~~: ll:!!JI.·~
               ~-·~·~·· ~-
                                                                BA.R · & - GRILL


                                                        Frtda
-        Tapper Time       Shol}ySloppers         6:30- 8:30
       6:00 - 7:00 25¢ Point &Leinies .Shorties    75¢ taps
       7:00 - 8:00 50¢       2for $1.00          75¢ mixers
       8:00 - 9:00 75¢        6•9pm             $3.00 pitchers
       ~~:.1 La1'i::~r ht                                           P1i':::reN1ght
       2 ~~gs I $1     75¢ taps
       2to·!~ S.:~~: 75¢ mixers                                             .25
          $1.25      2.00 boxcars
..,.

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:2
posted:8/16/2012
language:English
pages:20