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■hursday, Septemb


er28


2000


Vol. 56 No. i


1 Lifestyles

■ Try Janeirs Juice

■ Excuse m

■ downtown

H Chattanooga and
H get a coupon.

1 ' PAGE 4






Opinion

students share
thoughts that are
close to their hearts.

PAGET





[latum] gas shortage,
edented demands for



t Bush ordered oil



PRAGUE, Czech



President Clinton had



supported central bank



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Professional
center in works



By Jimmy R



Collegedale Credit Uni

Park Place Profess
Center will serve two
poses- housing profess

and generalinB revenu
the university. The 1.

include the proper ac



jrofessional t



additional space for other
mts. It is
completed

said Marty
fe ari

right now 10 fill up thi
buildmg. We have a



get more phone calls
other people who wai



health se
Thatcher Hal
Professional




Few copies of Joker
available at release party



For the second
row, the Joker ha

"It was * fr

process before, bu

Shearer. Joker edili

Clifford Wiliia

Joker-s adviser, fell

tralcd as Shearer bi

"Ifs the same cic

TTiis is the seo



Shearer said. "I had equip- said W

uiowledge of how and when Tl)e j

hings siioiild be done," forms

Shearer experienced sev- were m.



e by K.R. Davis.



began dent Laramie B

[yoflhe feel special."
were handed out by c



[Kople will be par-



Food minimum criticized



Southern finalizes
enrollment figures

School of Education and
Psychology has most students.



Southern's undergradu-



up from last year's total o




Thatcher worships now outreach

Student dean tries new worship and outreach programs.

Tilings are thanjlng ,j ,j ^^^^^ students real'ize those who need then.. On a
problems both locally nalio




Contact the Accent



WeflneMtsy: 10 3.in. - 1
Thunday: 1 p.m. - 5
FXdBy:10a.m.-2p



The Southern Accent

P.O. Box 370

CoUegedale, Tenn. 37315

(423)238-2721

http://accent.soulhcrn.cdii

[email protected]

About the Accent



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night will be mostly clear with lows in the mid 40s-

FRIDAY: Mostly clear with highs in the lower to mid 705.

SATURDAY: Mostly clear with highs in the mid and upper 70s ar

in the upper 40s.

SUNDAY: Partly cloudy with highs in the upper 70s and lows in 1




School of Religion to move

One of Southerns most well-known
departments to move to Hackman Hall



Tlie School of Religion
will move to Hackman Hall

Almost 75 percent of all

taught outside of Miller Hall.

Daniells, Mabel Wood, Lynii g^.^



Halls.



School of Religion got anoth- will be rotated.

building," said Steven Hackman Hall will have
Bnd Summerour "' V"""^ *!"''"' .•''^ology more classrooms and ofCa









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and a library The School of be for the new build



rill come strictly from don
ions, said Ron Clouzet. dei
)(the School of Religion.



Six more universities
refuse to ban Napster



HA)ftABjCHuy>s E. King's recent request that OSPs) ha

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (U- "hey t) lock the service. sibility fc

WIRE! - Six more univer^i- Harvard is expected to tions on

ties announced Friday they ^"°"'"^ iU decision about which tht

would not block access to "^P^t^"" on Wednesday Howev

Napster on their computer Al*o"Sh three schools a violalio

networtis, despite a request ?f^ '*" ^^'^^ ^'^^^ '" reasonahl

forMelallica N?pslcr last spring when it

It they do so . ^ ^'^^ '^^"' ^ ^ 's^'- King a

schools have blocked the evidence



Tht: decisions by Prii;
Ion, Georgia Tbch. the I
versity o( Florida, the I
versity of California at U.
Angeles, the University ol



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Univer^itj- of Michigan S^I^^J^'^'^^" how much it's ^used on col

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vard Univeraly, Boston Unl
and the University of Penn



Copyright AcL



Millennium Copyright Acl



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advice: for Monday, October 2. either make a run (or

you have alternate plans, put them in action during
meal. Again, thanks for your patience and understand



September 30

Camp Jordan Arena
East Ridge

Big Airshow

Remote controlled
airplanes from WW1
to modern-day
aerobatic airplanes

The U.S. Army Golden
Knights skydiving team
will be present for
autographs

Admission and parking is
free and the show will las
for about two hours.




IS!^ ~=x° —*;; Universities snub Napster ban

request; Harvard to follow



. Thus, constantly

Jso Now the question arises.



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ciently. It will "btelligently"
thus greatly reducing down-



ampuses Thursday.

Jniversily is expected to
espond similarly next week.



ni tor information sys- silies contacted t

ns. expecled to resj

Letters from officials at request Friday.

'olve- Iheydidnotapproveofcopy- said he wouU

described in your let- would take appropriate aRainst (he univi



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^ , • Coming

Grassroots music next

a ound Sandra debut and ad the lyrics, and get WGGKa



Ask Sholl




•Thrift store rat-
ings

"New column:
Singles of the
week

"The Big Three
review



"-".Trnd "Museums: not
•mpfci- just for field
chmc- trips






andvoli,n,c» .Asl< Sholly
ighls by way o( raspy bal-
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upbeai rifts. "Moro Grass-
Bi'preieci lo roots music



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"Concert list-
ings



Entertainment for Recommended
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The main event



could teU that Team MarUn run. He trii

whole outfield moved back Ump called
left. He was homeriess, replay on t



Top ten plays
of the season



10. Alex Paulk
atting left and
ght, and hitting



When Benjie
laxon's throws
shortstop to
rst go into the dirt.



he hits the ball,
whether it is a
grounder or a deep
fly ball.

6. Team Slamon
and their tremen-
dous team play.

5. Kevin John-
son's diving snags
across second
base, and throwing



3. Ricky Schwarz.
Ladies I know/ you
watch him. He is a
human highlight



2. Shaw/n Cargile
always squatting
before he hits.

I.Matthew
Melashenko consis-
tently making cru-
cial calls to decide



K you would like to

be a sporf s writer,

contact

acce [email protected] uthem .e




All night long... softball,
what were you thinking?



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Radnoti

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can probably see why. In



Best looking
athletes of
the season



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Low-Fat FriChik
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Breakfast Strips
3rillers
Dorn Dogs



Village Market Sale

Greater Collegedale Elementary

Picnic and Food Sale

October 1, 2000 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m

Sponsored by Village Market & Worthlngton Foods/Kellogg's Foods

Size Regular

Price



1 2/20 oz
1 2/20 oz
12/20 oz
12/19 oz
12/2.5 oz
12/13 oz
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12/13 oz
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38.95
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34.00
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34.00
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41.00



12/5.25 oz 32.00

12/9 oz 32.00

8/10 oz 25.00

A One Day Sale
"While Supplies Last"



Sale Price
(no tax)


Sale Price
(with tax)


27.00
20,00
27.00
27.00
21.00
23.00
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29.00
21.50
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Page (i The Soulhem



EDITORIALS

Democrat Club
The ability to
govern thyself




The Southern Accent


Cadence Van Douson, Editor is CHith
Joi-ENE Harrell, Editorial Pm t EDnoh


Jason Ahnoi.d


Jennifer williamd


Kyle UALD^VIN

AssisTMfT News Editor


Evelyn IIillmon
PiloniGRAPHY Editor


Jennifer Wkahnek


s™»p«o!'^r™t«


BiLLV Gager


Mandy Sheaker


Morgan Kooiknower
Sports Editor


Matt Bosley
Desics/Gkaphics Eoftor


Michelle Younkin


Dusty Kirschmann


Keith Pulfer


David Foiirnier


jAJffXLE Wasmer


?™1»IS«


Joe LaCom

Humor Editor





Vote it is your voice

Register to vote for the
presidential election



It's your country-be
a part of choosing
your next leader.



,■, Sqik-mber 28, 20(KI



TTie Southern Atient Pngf 7^



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^ ^^9 My I.D. card isn'l in Ihe car. Could il possibly be any




My one true love




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FUtnda.




peis final vear of collece.







EXPERIENCE

See adventist heritage for your-
self with special host Brian Strayer.

Coming this fall to a
campus near you.*



» Limited time offer good until Sept. 15. Some n
still apply. Contact Jud Uke (238-2985) or the Adventist
Heritage Teacher nearest you for more information.



Humor



Thursday, September 2



Having a bad day? read this...



o find her husband
k door, breaking hi



1, shakins franlically w



^i







"Slupid quesllons when I'm working the from desk."



'Getting used to cafe lood again.







M



'Opening my books,"



What is your least favorite part of
starting a new semester?



A young and loollsti
pllol was making tils
ilrsl ever approach to
a landing field at
nighttime, he wanted

aviation frequencies,
so instead of making
any olflclal requests tc
the tower, he said,
"Guess who!"

A very aggravated
controller switched the
field lights oft and
replied, "Guess
wherel"



16



Excuses used for getting]
caught asleep at work

by Joe LaCom

lO.They told me at the blood bank this might
happen.

g.This is just a 15 minute power-nap like they
raved about in the last management course youj
sent me to.

S.Whew! I guess I left the top off the liquid pape^
/.This is one of the seven habits of highly effec-
tive people.

6. 1 was testing the keyboard for drool resis-
tance.

S.Someone must have put the decaf in the
wrong pot.

4.Boy, that cold medicine I took last night Just
won't wear off!

3.Ah, the unique and unpredictable circadian
rhythms of the workaholic.
2.Wasn't sleeping, I was trying to pick up my
contact lens without using my hands.
1.AMEN

Joke du jour

A young boy this, he'll gel sick, replied,

about eight years Infact.it might even The grocer, tryinj|

old, was at the cor- kill him." not to be an I-tt

ner grocery store But the boy was you-so, said he >

picking out a pretty not to be stopped, sorry the dog hai

good size box of He carried the deter- died but added. '

detergent. The gro- gent to the counter tried to tell you ni

cer walked over and, and paid for it, all to use that delergeJ

trying to be friendly, while the grocer on your dog." I

asked the boy if he was still trying lo "Well," the bol

had a lot of laundry convince the boy responded, "1 don'i

to do. not to wash his dog think it was ihi

"Oh, no laundry." with that stuff. detergent that killed

the boy said. "I'm About a week him."

going to wash my later the boy was -qi,', y/hat

doc." back in the store to

then?"



"But you should- buy some candy.

n"t use this to wash The grocer asked "I think i

your dog. It's very the boy how his dog ^nrvMo"

powerful and if you was doing. "Oh, he ^ ^

wash your dog in died," the boy



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Btft+znan "f^* S«3'




DiKluxr: This is F.k,



hursday. October 5, 2000

Religion



^ M^ Opinion

^^L^^A Does your vote really

fW Tt^ PAGE?

rhe Southern Ao



Southern's

Student

\'oice Since

192(i



carted off in police raini-
I would not shut Police



d ill the USA. bul
a liil in Japan, a
I Britain and s

"16 games ir






have









alings for any Olympic



that have dispatched
) mounting chal-




Registering to
vote gets more
complicated



November elections might
registered to vote on cam-
According to the 1998
Higher Education Act. all



told that they would not
sent any. tSouthern is ni







House candidate Will Callaway visits Southern

Democratic nominee discusses education, environment



a light blue
y appeared




Press delivers more Jokers



KR's remodeling put on hold

New elevator to be installed will interfere with remodeling plans.









Callaway visits classroom





We love our boys



ID cards used as debit



rorlhofp84>er. htip./i



Boston college students
prepare for debates





ihrist in Estonia Free your mind!



n to fight world) is near" (MalL 4:17).



sach other completely.






because there strong al a busy place like B^eat pofxrulture metaphor
I people who Southern, she keeps her pri- for the journey from unbelief

what really matters. Hai^ *'_''_°_';?^!^"°^^" J^,^,?" born in '



ibey the same rules of sure ofwhat we hope fort
■ reality Olke gravity) in




tet real about commitment ™:}i3{H SS~ risjl Jis EEEliCi



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iust' happen naluraJly. '



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Hill 11^^ Church-Hopping Syndrome



men! compared because I attend religious — - — - — —
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the church-hopping syn-
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checking out the siluaUon.
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The very word part n its mir



illsatis&our church (ekkleeia) literally




Dorts



Faculty brings in

ringers for

all nigiit Softball



Thuisday, October 5,

Women's
tourny



Playsofthewee]

T— - rrrrrr^jl^J^rSrHATeam and t(

.e^r rrc:::;3rprp- a,.e.. e, „ - ■■

ctiampionship.



re pops up in the a



bottom of the seventh s



line drive ball hitting Benjie Maxson's
Scott Watson's hands, and th° '^='"'"'

5 Michael Herr making a clutch I"
team Banuchi. to beat Banuchi.

.Geoff Martin making a beautiful back handed catch, and throwing tl

barter out at first.

3.TW0 Chris'. Lathom and Slef. making two outstanding catches ti

potential s



deciding ctiampionship game.!

lacl; to BenjiB Maxson, up in the fifth inning and striliiiJ
.hitting, not making contact with the bali, with a —
Ditch - thi5 is soft baii, not (asl pitch-did 1 tofget to mention
■ - - - I championship game? Maybe his hose was too reslnctipg.

South Florida women's
hoops team working througii
racism accusations, lawsuit




letting. Ihe i



best athletic ■






red -— . -

;ut Ihe playere have ketf demand s_put on ^^"^

ead focusing on condi- they d

Fm just looking forward step will be evalua

will respond tc



/^ • The Soullieni Acceiil

Science



lumber of female
)rofs low in sciences



Thursday, October 5, 2

Acne: An
Answer
to the
Curse



Nature's Cures for Monthly Cramps





omega oUs, cod


liver oil cap-


od consider supplementing


■2 Alpha {PGF2 Alpha). On


sules for inslai








daily Ihey may










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he Uning of Ihe womb


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/Vavs to tell you spend too much time in Hickman

1 You SWEAR you address has an "HSC" in it somewhere
J q You have ever tnpled your amount of sleep by crashing or

h ^vru^o™n1e^lKe=«r a'n7dl?e iSom a passing glanoe at

h S retStheSogram in the Physics department

6 The couch fund has paid for more than 5 "f y°" ^^'^

5 You habitually end all typed lines with a s^™'"" ^

. If someone says foo bar" you actually know what they

ih ^Lle^"em^onSd"°oT X't^^ef^'"^ "pi" but also the
T When Sngtrabble you threw out all the wooden letters
Jld use a cut-up Periodic Table and instead of words, create
fhemical compounds.





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PiigL- (i The Soulbcm




Food service times
need to be lengthened



Letters to the Editor



Editor Not to Blame for Joker
Complications



Students Need to Work on Concert Etiquette



The Southern Accent



Cadence Van Dolson, Editor in Chief
J01.ENE Harkeli,, EnnoRiM. Pace Enimg



Dennis Nech6n



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SouUiernan


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be so rude The orchestra


of the attendees are th


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she was in the righL l^Uy,








si disturbing




watches, etc. at home- or


nlly




lldem"here'3


imprcssS'withTe Chrisl^




Jicy


bcre. There


ivas a girl stand-
sic UlWng dur-


ian atmosphere of this
school. The lack of etiquette,
courtesy, and tact he saw at


suchawonderlulgifL



Do you have an issue you feel

strongly about? Would you
like to share your opinion with

your student body? If so,

please send in your letters to

the editor or write an editorial.

Submissions may be sent to:

P.O. Box 370

Collegedale.Tenn. 37315

or email
[email protected]



ic tuxeM regrcts these ei



Joker Editor to be Commended




J k should be able to hav



Joker as quickly ai
We should aU be
iwe of her work.



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cycle



ihe choice to vote



efid


or political cm


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Uniled States.


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»hy


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vote, dales, whether you cl
)u at ging Ralph Nader or '.



Finally, t



colum



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What God expects



tear through Collegedali
feel like we need to be rea'



;, whafs really wrong
ig jewelry? Or eatinga



Voter Registration
Information

IVOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE:

Isponsored by the SAU Young Republicans and the SAU Democratic Club
Tin the cafeteria...frora 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm and from 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm.
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