The Register, 1981-10-30
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dorsett's campaign manager sampson buie j r said dorsett's strong ties to the community and unversity have turned out to be her greatest if we could get all of the registered students out to vote we could double the number 325 we had in the primary said herman c gist head of the progressive committee groups students will receive in the mail before the election a slate of candidates including dorsett endorsed by the greensboro citizen's association and the progressive committee both are local black political action however evans said he thinks the student campaigning will pay off council the council race most of them are totally unaware of what position she is seeking evans said only 30 percent of the students in one of his classes knew dorsett was running for the city evans said he was disappointed with the apparent low percentage of students who have followed game however dorsett's student coordinator dr charles it differs from any language i've heard dr irma e cunningham a&t english and linguistics professor told her audience at the student union tuesday night it is also considered socially unacceptable she said scheduled nov 10-13 spring preregistration undergraduate spring semester preregistration will be nov 10-13 each school or department will have class schedule bulletins available to students to ensure that they will have the necessary information available for planning class schedules course cards ' will be available to students beginning 8 a.m nov 10-13 mckinley said the players were removed because they violated team rules it comes to a point in coaching a football team that you have to make decisions like this mckinley said that's the least of my worries mckinley said if this was 1983 i might be worried but i've got two my remaining contract years but mckinley said the dismissals had nothing to do with the team's losses nor his job security as some players suggested according to rudolph artis director of registration and records preregistered students who do not clear the cashiers office by 12 jan 9 1982 will be dropped from class rosters specific incidents leading up to the dismissals included misbehavior of some players during a movie attended the night before the game at delaware state troublemakers there are men on the team who have been in deeper trouble and they weren't suspended said former defensive end randal ponder he mckinley went to the extreme with us we're not not all the players agree that the coach was fair i think i was fair people were given chances it just didn't work out when you've given people chances and that doesn't work you have to either separate them from the team or ignore them i chose to separate them see football page 2 ponder bryant and williams had been in trouble earlier this year we always carried on in the movies he said but actually i wasn't doing much laughing however there were others doing the same thing but they weren't suspended ponder agreed we always have had fun in the movies said bryant a movie is a place to relax and release some tension we did the same thing last year but last year we were winning football games students are urged to check their course cards promptly upon receiving them to determine whether they have cards for each course and section scheduled course cards obtained during preregistration or registration that are not used by noon jan 9 will be invalid such cards will not be honored for late registrationor to add a course students who are planning to preregister should meet with their academic advisors and prepare a trial schedules all of her community activities such as founding triad sickle cell foundation and serving as a member of the l richardson hospital board have impacted on blacks said buie an a&t comunity relations specialist two other blacks the rev prince e graves and alexander parker are also council candidates assets syntactic analysis refers to the way words are put together to form phrases clauses or sentences sea island creole is a mix of wo or more languages from black slave descendants now living from southern north carolina to northern florida cunningham spoke on syntactic analysis of sea island creole in addition the language has no gender or plural differences as shown in the phrase two hundred fish sandwich cunningham played several recordings of conversations in creole she taped in south carolina more concern is shown for action rather than time of action and the verb been is used as a present past and future tense the verb to be is dominant in the creole tongue she said also adjectives act as verbs she pointed out some of the peculiarities of the creole tongue which make it almost like a language within itself rather than a non-standard english dialect it is also considered the language of ignorant people which originated from the seventeenth and eighteenth century english a west african dialect and other dialects cunningham said a part of it is derived from white slave masters complete awareness for complete commitment Â® thf4Â«5 register volume l number 14 north carolina agricultural tc technical state university greensboro nc f rtd . y , oc.cer 3 â€ž 81 coach disagrees football players dismissals unfair dorsett remind residents to vote for they also plan to knock on doors saturday morning in public housing projects and other highly-populated areas of southeast greensboro to students are distributing campaign literature in the three major shopping jnalls and areas in northwest greensboro where she did not do well in the primary a&t students have joined efforts to get business professor katie dorsett elected to the greensboro city council on tuesday by michael a fairley help dorsett students to literature during last week's gamma sigma sigma sorority pledgees distributed campaign championship the football team has won only two games and lost five the aggies were a preseason favorite to win the meac said former offensive tackle maurice bryant i look at it like this students fans and alumni are on his back and he's trying to survive he's putting our losses on the controversy of the team he'smaking examples out of us said former tightend rodney williams i guess you can say we're his scapegoat for this season by raymond moody three of the four players recently dismissed from the a&t football team say head coach jim mckinley is using them as a scapegoat for the team's losing record dr irma cunningham a&t english and linguistics professor speaks on her topic sea island creole photo by nick reid creole communication discussed by cunningham its users say i must to done sell about two hundred fish sandwich when they mean i must have sold about two hundred fish sandwiches by trudy johnson sea island creole language or dialect
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