Danes Rally To Extend Streak

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Danes Rally To Extend Streak
ASP F e a t u r e - Part I
The following
game
with
its a t t r o c i o u s
foul
Danes d i d n ' t let u p . T h e y t o o k a
52-51 deficit a n d t u r n e d it i n t o a
s h o o t i n g . T h e R e d F o x e s only
Clutch.
That's
the
word
to
describe t h e A l b a n y S t a t e G r e a t
m a d e 7 for
Both teams came o u t shooting
it l o o k e d like t h e Danes m i g h t
q u i t e welt in t h e o p e n i n g half as
lose
t h e t e a m s stayed
N C A A a t its m e e t i n g last week
of t h e season.
Bryon
Miller
and
Johnson
h a d a b o l i s h e d t h e 1.6 p r o j e c t e d
Albany s c o r i n g h o n o r s ,
grade p o i n t a n d replaced it with
Sauers finally e m p t i e d t h e bench
each p u m p i n g in 16 p o i n t s . Hart
a C average in high school for all
with a m i n u t e r e m a i n i n g . In t h a t
of Marist was t h e leading scorer
college b o u n d a t h e l e t e s .
16-4 s p u r t , Marist failed t o score
in t h e game n e t t i n g 20 p o i n t s .
71-55
2 2 a t the c h a r i t y
stripe.
Dane basketball t e a m . J u s t w h e n
advantage
when
Doc
shared
close. Marist
a field goal. Marist did hit for a
Also o u t s t a n d i n g for Albany was
s h o t a h o t 5 5 % from t h e field.
Coach Doc Sauers. Sauers was in
two years, t h e Cagers got their
b a s k e t in t h e closing s e c o n d s b u t
second wind a n d p o u r e d it o n to
T h e lead changed h a n d s 11 times
it hardly m a t t e r e d t o t h e Danes
top
b u t t h e Danes were able to inch
as they h a d t h e i r s e v e n t h v i c t o r y
"Move, Move."
d o w n Marist College 71-57 Wednesday
away.
their first h o m e g a m e
night,
thus
in
extending
their streak t o 22.
There were t w o old
and
one
budding
faithfuls
star
that
Sparked
by
form
screaming
his
T h e Danes n o w e m b a r k on a
usual
key
road
trip
tomorrow
SUNYAC
Johnson's
tonight
night
rivals
Fredonia.
and
visiting
Buffalo
Buffalo
State
t h r e e straight baskets j u s t b e f o r e
and
is in a
half time, Albany was able t o
rebuilding year b u t they are 2-0
take a nine p o i n t lead into the
in S U N Y A C play.
Playing F r e d o n i a the following
again that he is the m o s t impor-
feet with an exciting b a c k h a n d
the
tant link to the team. Without
layup.
excellent
Troch
in
the
proved
lineup,
once
Albany
s q u a n d e r e d a ten point lead and
suddenly
found
itself
losing.
lockerroom.
Johnson
at
the
second
half as the
with
s h o w e d no signs of letting u p . At
the ever improving Harry
J o h n s o n and J o h n
Quattrocchi
this
point,
Quattrocchi
Hart, Marist hit for nine straight
severely
points. Troch was quickly inser-
chances
important
since
Towards
were b o t h hurting. S m i t h did see
parttime duty
b u t h e was n o t
the s a m e spark plug o n
offense
and defense.
Marist
put
itself o u t of
the
Miks
Then
the
Danes
(he road.
this
past.
pond
which
dinner
T u e s d a y nights.
The
Jon
is located
in
Nine days of intensive
and
Union
short.
t r o u b l e o n c e m o r e b u t again the
subsequent
work-
team
the
o u t s in Florida during interces-
College last W e d n e s -
T h e loss was especially painful
day. The Great Dane Swimmers were
for
the Albany s w i m m e r s
who
responded
strong individual
w i th
several
may
be
Quad
Monday
the c a m p u s . As b o t h s t u d e n t s a n d faculty c o m e and g o . p e r t i n e n t
facts c o n c e r n i n g
the lake are
and
diving events.
relay
victory
had
A
in
little
effect on t h e final score.
performances.
had won their season's opener.
Pete G e r s t e n h a b e r t o o k first in
The
the 200 yd. butterfly and Mark
often serve to ignite a previously
Eson won
overconfident
team. T h e swim-
mers
undoubtedly
team
had
throughout
worked
hard
intercession
to
the
performances.
stroke.
Bob
Almost i m m e d i a t e l y a l t e r finals,
second
in
the
Ken
sharpen
their
team
Coaches
left
for
the
Swimming
College
Forum
Fort
Lauderdale, Florida.
the
Great
worked
with
Here
Cantor
the
Weber
breasltook
required
the n
Albany's c o m e b a c k
a
dives
result
proper
has
purpose
appropriate
swimmers
Albany's
h o wev er
t o p p ed
defeat
can
swim
stantial
make
disappointing
team
at
partisan
home.
A
crowd
their revenge taste
subwould
even
sweeter so plan to be there
best collegiate s w i m m e r s in the
nation. C o n t i n u i n g their rigorous
training program on their return
to Albany, the s w i m m e r s
loose, confident
Union.
Perhaps
problem. T h e
were
of a win over
was
the
team lacked
that
the
SUNYA Judo Club
emotional killer instinct needed
to k n o c k off an equally charged
up opponent.
To
their
credit,
the
Albany
s w i m m e r s did not lose their cool
alter
initially
lulling
behind
After being u n e x p e c t e d l y beaten
in the
first event,
the
medley
relays, Albany c a m e back to win
the
g Van
1,000
yard
freestyle.
Ryn
won
the
event
Urn
T h e S l a t e J u d o C l u b will be
accepting new m e m b e r s for the
second s e m e s t e r starting Tuesday, J a n u a r y 23rd. A n y o n e interested in J u d o should come to
the S U N Y A Wrestling R o o m on
the third floor of the gym at
7 : 0 0 P.M.
T h e club works out with head
instructor R o b e r t F o u n t a i n from
6 0 0 until 9 0 0 on T u e s d a y
nights. People who wish to k n o w
m o r e about J u d o are invited to
c o m e d o w n and watch. Last
semester the S t a t e J u d o Club
grew in n u m b e r s and maintained
its position as the lurgest c l u b at
Albany S t a t e . E x p e c t a t i o n s are
very high t h a t even m o r e people
will be joining this semester.
in
=i strong fashion posting a time of
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PAGE SIXTEEN
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
often
that
been
widespread
speculation
pertaining
to
it.
as
Thus
it
to
its
and
policies
seems
from
time to t i m e l i t t l e - k n o w n facts should he
If d e f a c e m e n t of the p o n d c o n t i n u e s , EDC warns it m a y die.
days of increasing concern lot our e n v i r o n m e n t .
net was that of a reservoii
We
obtained
cluding
the
the c a m p u s
pond
from
pond
the
gathering t h e m u p . T h e q u e s t i o n
lo oui athletic fields at limes ol
Partially
pond
the
pond
this
purpose
was
of
spillway
the
pond
loi
con-
near
This c o n c r e t e
the
pad
FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1973
small
niigation that could be p u m p e d
arose as lo w h e t h e r oi not
used
dueled
children with g u n n y sacks were
A l b a n y C o u n t r y C l u b . Originally
had
lor
in-
they
should
Because
money
be
the
reconstructed.
it
would
have
saved
and
would
have
been
is
surplus
till from
the
Aca-
particularly
which
now light
tills sandy
soil
made
the
weie
in
the
the
process
campus,
and
of
be-
siderable erosion, m u c h of which
soil,
we
have
had
banks
project
d a m which had b e c o m e
sheeting, clay. e t c . t o reform the
planted,
d a m , rebuild
western
d o w n across Western.
about
the
neighborhood,
and
the
end ol the p o n d . T h e
lake a b o u t ft inches.
v o l u m e ol the pond was dimin-
This was c o m p l e t e d in J u n e of
ished accordingly. T o c o p e with
1%4.
this silling of the p o n d b o t t o m
One
the
of
the
purposes
that
helped to justify the p o n d priij-
and l o c o n t i n u e to o p e r a t e
the
irrigational s y s t e m , we have con-
At the D.C. Inaugural,
a March, a Parade, a Holiday
'Something to do with
childhood...1
by AI Sen hi
Over o n C o n s t i t u t i o n Avenue,
the pence people were selling the
s a m e tired c h a n t s , the militants
carrying familiar banners, and
the holy freaks peddling Jesus
Kveryone was laying d o w n Ihe
rap to his ' b r o t h e r ' as the b o d y
of p r o t e s t o r s snaked their way
from the steps of the Lincoln
Memorial, past the C o m m e r c e
and Interior D e p a r t m e n t s and
on I o
I hi'
grounds
of
the
Washington M o n u m e n t .
Up t w o blocks was where the
fun was Pennsylvania Avenue
was a steady stream of dancing
p o m pom
girls, loud
brassy
bands, colorful balloons and eel
luloid floats. A Thanksgiving
Day parade and N.K.L. chum
pioiihli ip
half time
show
c o m b i n e d into o n e gala performa n c e , all vividly described by a
muitak-voiced a n n o u n c e r
who
s o u n d e d as if he had t a k e n a
wrong turn from Disneyland.
It was everyone's c h i l d h o o d
d r e a m c o m e t r u e , the purade
y o u ' d always wanted to see an a
kid. And il wus all packaged,
p r o d u c e d and directed by Nixon
the resident b o m b e r , Nixon the
peace promiscr
'Kveryone loves a p a r a d e ' , a
s p e c t a t o r said.
Even t h e freaks, T h o u g h y o u
could hardly blame t h e m . T h e
presidential
production
that
w o u n d its way past the p a c k e d
reviewing s t a n d s bruising eager
majoreites and p u l a m i n o ponies
and even real live American first
o n l b e m o o n a s t r o n a u t s was a
light year removed from the
parallel procession of disorganized
and
confused
idealists
w h ose
o p e n i ng
chants
of
'Move!', 'Move 1 ', ' M o v e ! ' e c h o e d
t u t i l d y oil the s t o n e steps of
Lincoln
T h e d e m o n s t r a t o r s bad c o m e .
T h e y proved their point. It was a
personal message. T h e y w e r e
tired of N i x o n , whose day il
was. T h o u s a n d s of t h e m , from
places like Massachusetts, New
York,
t h e Carolinus,
Texas.
T h e i r signs and voices s h o w e d
their personal disgust w i t h this
m a n N i x o n , this bugger of
D e m o c r a t s and b o m b e r of dikes.
B u t their energy was soon disputed.
T h e i r leaders had sold
the
Biology d e p a r t m e n t so i ha I ihe
with
raise
T h e r e have been and no d o u b t
m a y c o n t i n u e to be s o m e inci-
them
out.
Thei r
m ood
a l t e r n a t e d . Th«'y were unsure.
L o u d chants o f ' 1-2-3-4, Sign the
T r e a t y , S t o p the War!' c o m p e t e d
with the s o m b e r singing of ' d i v e
Peace A Chance', T h e result was
not a militant o u t c r y of personal
and collective anguish. Il was a
c a c o p h o n y of harmless holiday
noise.
And it was outclassed by the
h y p e up the road. T h e media
had forsaken t h e m for the bigger
show, the belter drawing card.
T h e y looked ludicrous, ignored,
as t h e unseen leaders led t h e m in
;i circle a r o u n d the M o n u m e n t
and pabt a hastily e r e c t e d loll
booth
w h e r e plastic, smiling
marshals ordered t h e m t o 'dig
into your p o c k e t s and give! give!
give!'. It left a bitter aftertaste.
Was it a peace march or a revival
m e e t i n g ? A c o m m u n i o n of peace
or a R e d Cross Blood Drive?
When
the
d e m o n s t rators
reached 14th Street, the first
c o n n e c t i n g avenue n o t c o r d o n e d
off by police and buses, t h e lines
b r o k e slightly. C o n t i n g e n t s of
blue jeaned y o u t h a n d older
continued on page three
dents
of
the
p o n d . These have included
the
sis
will
be
accomplished
llie greatest possible e m p h a on
environmental
siderations,
con-
l-inal plans will he
a p p i o v e d by the l ; | X \
Soon
the
after
E D C on
the
formation
tins c a m p u s ,
of
defacement
defacement
with
Before trees and glass could be
dis-
preclude
wiih active paiUeipation of the
t e n d e d to move lowaid the lake
lake
lo
con-
required s u p p o r t to r e c o n s t r u c t
the
as
lo ireal the lake and en-
e n o s i o n . This pioject is
ol C a m p u s Planning and
t h e p o n d with i n t e r l o c k i n g steel
minutes
so
icslahih/c
now being p l a n n e d through
Office
While c o n s t r u c t i o n of the new
ilus erosion silted
end and
luither
c a m p u s was ill Us infancy, the
5
Ihe natural s t a l e . This p o l k ) stilt
Holds, and every a t t e m p t is being
virons in that m a n n e r .
and
and
because the lime is
to
Ovei the y e a i s , e s p e c i a l l y while
sur-
lo restore the p o n d ,
to dredge the
for s w i m m i n g .
the spillway
area
r o u n d i n g it should be retained in
there is a project
the
rotted
and
llial the p o n d itself
wooded
the
western
cause of the sandy c o n d i t i o n of
the
this
established
and
t e n d s lo b e c o m e veiy d r y .
the lake would be of gieat value
gaining
ol
the
inlet
d i a m s so quicklyallei rainfall and
d e m i c P o d i u m . However, we fell
in
of
irrigation
because
impor-
on
dredging
Ihe
need. Tins is e x t i e m e l y
long since ceased to use the lake
succeeded
at
tant
still t h e r e , even though we have
be
when they face the S t o n y Brook
bid with a
late surge fell short
with
unexpected
will
never k n o w n ot
published to bring c a m p u s personnel up to d a t e , particularly in these
looking for revenge on S a t u r d a y
victory in the fi00 yd. freestyle
s o m e of the
Dane
out
at
'200 yd.
An
sometimes
forgotten.
over the years tailed, and in less
Albany
freestyle
natural
and of special value because it
building
at t h e D u t c h
optional
area in the
we
losses ,n the crucial b r e a s t s t r o k e
1 1 : 3 4 . Successive losses in the
the w o o d e d
Amy
of our c a m p u s is o n e of o u r greatest
A v e n u e i n t o the Krumkill C r e e k .
n e x t three e v e n t s p u t A l b a n y in
Tisdale.
c o n s t i t u t e s a w e l c o m e contrast to the formality of the majority of
appeared
of the m e e t a n d a late rally fell
Walter
Selwyn.
assets. It is particularly beautiful
than
behind right from t h e very start
Scott,
for
lines
t o push
were n o t e n o u g h
Don
use the basin loi a d u m p i n g site
are o n e dollar,
the Albany S t a t e s w i m m e r s past
Kelly,
and Gary
Fish of all sorts were scattered
sion
Richard
portion
Albany's
championship.
Hopeful Done Swimmers Drop First
by Steven J. Katz
F.d
Gary Jones,
pressure to forget the p o n d and
d a y ' s g a m e at O n e o n t a . Tickets,
tough
Chesin,
very simple, we were undei gieai
started
t o roll. Albany was particularly
Sorrell
the n o r t h b a n k out to the d e e p e r
would
s p o n s o r i n g a bus trip to Wednes-
purchased
Albany.
Buckhoff,
s t r u c t e d gradually sloping from
the
defense a n d t h e offense s t a r t e d
Decisions
York at
A loss t o either
point
boards.
Rienow,
George Keleshian
of New
weekend
hamper
for
which
the
the
lost a close game tu
playing their kind of ball- tough
under
given
T h e D u t c h Q u a d Association is
ted into the game but Marist was
able t o gain a slim o n e
lead.
in
and
has
Lou Ismay,
s w i m m i n g and a concrete pad to
victory.
Reggie Smith a n d Werner Kolln
Robert
Borgman,
the Environmental
University
John
serve
team
quite
McNaught,
Hartley,
are:
the
on
was
John
EDC
win
taken o u t for a rest a n d Marist
by J o n s o n
of
If t h e Danes are t o gain
started
game
Cowley,
from
of the State
S U N Y A C title, they m u s t
p u t a close game i n t o an easy
A big
an
B r o c k p o r t last Tuesday.
was
Led by
has
team
defense
trouble
hit for ten u n a n s w e r e d p o i n t s to
t o click.
defensive
Fredonia
Danes
Fredonia
zone
Albany
get s o m e early playing t i m e in
stretched their lead to 4 8 - 3 8 a n d
Danes.
their
It l o o k e d like the subs would
T h a t ' s when Bryon Miller along
members
The
night might pose a p r o b l e m for
the Danes t o victory.
Quattrocchi
The
(EDC)
T h e small
one
John
Commission
is a statement
southeast q u a d r a n t
p o i n t b r o u g h t the c r o w d to its
powered
January 23, 1973
Page 15
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b y Bruce Maggin
State University of New York at Albany
of
graffiti
the
by
pond
known, unauthorized
ihe pond
local
pond
un-
fishing in
by p e i s o n s from
community,
campus
shed
persons
etc,
population
in
such
continue
such
the
holds
the
disregard
as
practices,
of
p o n d could he spoiled. It would
the
seem that it b e h o o v e s everyone
q u e s t i o n of the pond arose and
mi
beautiful a n d "forever w i l d . "
Mine
the
policy
to
the
at
that
the
II
was
campus
to keep
the
pond
S A N A N T O N I A , Tex. ( A P )
L y n d o n Baines J o h n s o n , the e b u l l i e n t T e x a n w h o as 3 6 t h
p r e s i d e n t of t h e United States led the n a t i o n at the height of t h e
t u r b u l e n t 1 9 6 0 ' s , died M o n d a y ,
T h e 64-year-old former president, w h o had a long history of h e a r t
t r o u b l e , was stricken at bis ranch in J o h n s o n City and was dead on
arrival at B r o o k e A r m y Medical C e n t e r in San A n t o n i o , his press aidi
.said.
T h e S t o n e w a l l , Tex., native who c o m b i n e d a folksy m a n n e r with a
will of iron t h a t he used in the Congress and in t h e White House t o
bend legislators his way, presided over the b u i l d u p of the V i e t n a m
LBJ Dead At 64
A n d rl was the wur that many said led to his a n n o u n c e m e n t in
March of 19-68 t h a t he would not run for a n o t h e r full term. At the
s a m e lime, J o h n s o n a n n o u n c e d a hall in the U.S. b o m b i n g of N o r t h
V i e t n a m above the I 9 t h parallel a n d set in m o t i o n the m a c h i n e r y
t h a i led to the F a n s peace talks
J o h n s o n e n t e r e d the White H o u s e in N o v e m b e r , 1 9 6 3 , after the
assassination in Dallas of J o h n F K e n n e d y J o h n s o n had fought
K e n n e d y for the n o m i n a t i o n in I 9 6 0 , lost and had been selected as
his vice p r e s i d e n t .
He was the first S o u t h e r n e r to win the presidency since 1956.
A protege of fellow T e x a n Sam R a y b u r n , J o h n s o n was first elected
t o t h e H o u s e of R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s in 1937. He tried and lost for t h e
U.S. S e n a t e in 1 9 4 1 . He was finally elected to the Senate in 1 9 4 8
a n d b e c a m e majority leader in 1954.
J o h n s o n wus t h e n a t i o n ' s only living ex-president. Harry S. T r u m a n
died D e c e m b e r 26 at the age of HH after a lengthy illness.
T o m J o h n s o n , a long-time LBJ aide a n d press s p o k e s m a n , issued
Ibis s t a t e m e n t from the hospital: " T h e former president was stricken
at the LBJ R a n c h and was flown t o B r o o k e General Hospital in Sat;
A n t o n i o w h e r e he was p r o n o u n c e d dead on arrival by Col. George
M e G r a u a h a n . Mrs. J o h n s o n was notified a n d flew t o San A n t o n i o
w h e r e she is n o w . Funeral arrangement* are i n c o m p l e t e ,
Everybody Loves A Parade
Auditions Set for this Week
fnaofvrafwn Day - January 20, 1973
To the little girl and boy pictured here, happiness is sharing a
bottle of soda,
To the Telethon '73 staff, happiness is sharing their time and
skills to make the February
23-24 event a huge success.
The work involved in this venture is a joint effort. Community
merchants arc donating products
for raffles. Local TV and radio
stations have already offered to
help publicize Telethon and
WSUA will broadcast the entire
event from the ballroom.
The preliminaries are finished,
the stage is set Now the University Community miisl begin
I List year's eHurls netted a
grand lolal ol SIU.UOO fin a
local chanty 'Iu surpass that
Dancing girls highlighted Telethon '72.
"something akin to pandemonium."
continued front pan? one
couples will) hiilnt's and buckpucks c h u c k e d
the tired
slogan eering and walked to
Pennsylvania Avenue to marvel
at The Grand Spectacle. The
result was something akin to the
u nseifeonifcious pandemonium
of a Roman circus. There was
'Peace Now!1 versus 'God Bless
America', There was a V.C, flag
hack dropping the Air Force
Band. There was the Bicentennial Commission waving at a
clenched fist. There was an
open mouthed kid and an awed
longhair and a hawker offering
Eisenhower buttons from 1953.
And from the facade of a nearby
building boomed the affable
voice of the fame-show M.C.
courting our pleasure. Counting
our fortune. Richard M. Nixon.
Four More Years.
It was madness. It was
insanity. A mixture of cigarsmoking Southerners and harmless peaceniks; goose-stepping
paratroopers and cops on motorcycles; proud, short skirted
baton twirlers and bands playing
the songs you heard last July
4th. Somewhere, I'm sure, amid
all the bedlam, there was even a
Pentagon
general planning
t (j m orro w morn i ng 's napal m
runs. It was Norman Rockwell
vintage Americana:
Everyone loves a parade.
Over on Constitution, the
"Did you sec how many
people came?",
an
excited
marsh all,
who
was visibly
impressed, asked. "They just
kept coming!" A pause. "They
didn't do anything, but they
sure kept coming!"
"We need talent to keep our
24-hour marathon running," say
Sue Seligson and Tim Frawley,
co-chairmen of Telethon '73.
" S i n g e r s , dancers, comedy
routines . . . everything you're
willing to share to help make
Telethon a success."
chase means a week of free
coffee at the Telethon Coffee
Wagon. How's your coffee?
None of these jobs are difficult
and your spirit and enthusiasm
will be appreciated, especially by
the children of the Wildwood
School for the perceptually
handicapped, this year's recipient.
Anyone interested is urged to
Auditions will be held from
Jan. 23-25 and Jan. 2').pel,. I.
Acts will be reviewed in the CC
Ballroom from 7 1 0 p.m.. except
on Jan. 24 when auditions will
be in the CC Assembly Room.
The routine performed need not
be the one loi Telethon, |iisl a
sample of your "work" is required.
l;oi those who are stage-shy,
iheie is the lighting and -.lage
ciew. Or you can man the telephone lines foi a lew- horns and
watch the SS sign use with each
pledge you lake in hven il you
just have ,i lice hour during
Telethon, you could scT freshlitems
If you have n," „' tune to
d o n a t e between now and
lebiuaiy 23, on- and offc a m p u s publicity and solicitations could use help. Gimmicks
is selling T-slnits. paddleballs
and balloons this yeai A pin
Sing for Telethon '73
call Sue (7-4725) or Tim
(7.K710| for information or the
people whose names appear in
the Graffiti announcements of
the ASP
"Happiness is Sharing." The
hope ol Telethon '73 and all
concerned is that people will
realize the inner satisfaction and
happiness amused by sharing
what they have with others. Be
happy! Share!
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applications for conference asshtonk now available!
Applications
ASP Reporters
Attica Brigade was folding up
the banners and the less militant
were slowly filing off the
grounds of the Washington
Monument and heading toward
the sceni cruiser buses scattered
around the side streets of the
city.
a m o u n t , many people are
needed in all phases of Telethon
operations.
positions lor
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period. Application deadline- is Ichiti.iiy 5,
l')7 5. All a p p l i c a n t s arc recjuitc-d to
S u n d a y . January 2 1 , 1'J7.'5 at 7 : 0 0 in C.C IVall
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Jan 23 - Jan 25 and
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Thursday nite Jan. 25, 1973
8PM LC 18
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except Jan. 24 in the CC Assembly Hall
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T U E S D A Y , J A N U A R Y 2 3 , 197'.
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1973
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Coming:
Luchirio Visconti's
"The Damned" Kuled X Fri Jan 26
"Death in Venice"
Sat Jan 27
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Editorial: Administration Still Doesn't Hear
Better Luck Next Time
It s t e r n s 1 9 7 2 w a s n ' t a v e r y g o o d y e a r f o r t h e B e n e z e t
International
administration.
The
University
President
a n d t h e trustees were
faced
with some rather weighty problems imposed o n them
several
directions.
inevitable
budget
"consolidations."
Avenue
T h e legislature
restrictions,
hiring
SUNY Central
imposed
even
more
handed
from
them
the
freezes
Offices
and
o n Washington
restrictions,
these
o f ,,
p r o c e d u r a l s o r t in w h i c h t h e l o c a l a d m i n i s t r a t i o n ' s a b i l i t y
to act independently was limited.
T h e general public - t h e t a x p a y e r s - m e a n w h i l e clamored
for
more
efficiency,
greater
professor
productivity and
fewer " m o n e y w a s t i n g p r o j e c t s . "
On
t o p of
all t h i s ,
encountered
including
in
were
the complex
tering a " c i t y "
the everyday
operating
a
problems
large
logistical
bureaucracy,
problems
of adminis
o f 17,000.
We s y m p a t h i z e d w i t h t h e P r e s i d e n t . R u n n i n g . !
university
^
is, i n d e e d ,
one of the most
mndi-rii
demanding |ub
i m a g i n a b l e . B u t h o w well t h e B e n e z e t a d m i n i s t r a t i o n i n n
K A N O , Nigeria A P — A c h a r t e r e d jetliner c a r r y i n g
2 0 2 Moslems h o m e from a pilgrimage t o Mecca
crashed a n d b u r n e d o n t h e r u n w a y of K a n o ' s airport
M o n d a y while c o m i n g in for a landing in a fog.
Officials said t h e y fear 1 8 0 p e r s o n s perished.
T h e y r e p o r t e d 5 survived, all of t h e m severely
b u r n e d . T h e plane h a d a crew of eight.
T h i s w o u l d m a k e t h e crash t h e w o r l d ' s deadliest
air disaster involving a single aircraft. O n e h u n d r e d
seventy-six persons died in t h e crash of a Soviet
Aeroflot jet near M o s c o w last Oct. 1 3 .
T h e crash h e r e was the 11th in little over a year in
w h i c h 1 0 0 o r m o r e persons w e r e killed in various
parts of t h e world. T h e o n e previous t o this was t h e
crash of an Eastern Air Lines jet in t h e Florida
Everglades o n D e c . 3 0 , which cost 101 lives. T h e
Boeing 7 0 7 of t h e R o y a l J o r d a n i a n Airlines, b u r s t
i n t o flames as it t o u c h e d d o w n at K a n o ' s tiny
airport, witnesses said. T h e pilot was identified by
a Royal J o r d a n i a n s p o k e s m a n in A m m a n as C a p t .
J o h n Waterman, an A m e r i c a n whose wife a n d
children live in Beirut, L e b a n o n . T h e s p o k e s m a n
said t h e airline h a d been informed t h a t h e and t h e
seven o t h e r crew m e m b e r s were a m o n g t h e survivors.
t h e c h a l l e n g e s is still a q u e s t i o n f o r d e b a t e .
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were
successful
between
Letters to the Editor
Someone E/se
To t h e editor:
Tnere are m a n y faculty members o t h e r than Caroline Waterm n %• 10 are having tenure probl ms am writing a b o u t one of
these people. T h e n a m e is Curt
Smith a n d he is a m e m b e r of the
English F a c u l t y .
The English D e p a r t m e n t voted
o n c e on t h e Curt Smith tenure
case a n d with t h e presentation
of n e w evidence voted again.
T h e first vote resulted in a 20-20
tie a n d second vote was almost
2-1 in Curt's favor.
In a l m o s t four years a t this
University I've been in m a n y
different classes a n d have h a d
m a n y different professors. Curt's
class is t h e best I've ever attended, a n d Curt is the best discussion leader I've experienced here.
E v e r y b o d y w h o a t t e n d e d regularly (which includes a lot of
p"opl«) c o n t r i b u t e d t o the discussion. It was an amazing class.
I 'i;ivc never been in .i class that
a, prouehed Curl's S n l-'i class in
the level of participation exhibited. It was unique. We learned
from each oilier.
I have read the letter of transmittal that Dr. Sluuffer, t h e
Chairperson of the English Dep a r t m e n t , sent up t h e ladder t o
the o t h e r levels in t h e tenure
decision making procedure, I
c a n ' t reveal what it c o n t a i n e d ,
b u t there was much in it t h a t I
disagreed with.
1 feel that a better dissemination of information would b e
very helpful. I've beard nothing
negative a b o u t Curt from bis
former s t u d e n t s . Third h a n d ,
I've heard a few negative things,
but from personal experience I
c a n ' t find m u c h fault with Curt.
He's n o t perfect, b u t he's most
excellent. You can - a n d m a n y
do
openly disagree with him.
lie leurns from t h e (-lass.
Many s l u d e n t s have taken
m o r e than o n e courae with him.
One friend of mind took b o t h
s e c t i o n s (a a n d b ) of Curl's
A fro-American
Literature
PAGE FOUR
Course a n d after t h e last class
m e e t i n g cried because s h e w a s n ' t
going t o have C u r t a n y m o r e . S h e
literally loved t h e class.
T h e r e might be m a n y good
teachers b u t t h e r e a r e few very
excellent ones. Curt is o n e of
those rare few. It would be
tragic t o let h i m go. I appeal to
t h e decision m a k e r s : Keep an
excellent teacher. Give C u r t
Smith tenure. We need him.
Barry Davis
How Disgusting
ings rifled as I did. Who knows
what blacklist we're now o n ?
This University does, its best to
reduce us t o numbers as it is--arc
we in addition t o he haunted by
the paranoia of Big Brother and
1984? University personnel, if
you must invade our privacy liy
searching o u r rooms, at least try
to dignify it by having t h e
decency t o try and conceal your
search! S t u d e n t s are haunted by
enough worries without having
to constantly look over their
shoulders for t h e m a n iu the
black trench coat, slouch hat
and little n o t e b o o k .
Sincerely,
T o the e d i t o r :
I would like t o publicly ex
press t h e disgust I k n o w 1 share
with m a n y on- c a m p u s s t u d e n t s
a b o u t t h e activities of the University personnel w h o checked
o u r rooms during Christmas vacation.
I was told that rooms would be
c h e c k e d for u n a u t h o r i z e d fur
niture- nothing more. I was also
Informed that University per
sonin-1 are allowed t o open
closets a n d look inside, bul are
not p e r m i t t e d t o tamper Willi
the personal possessions c o n
tamed within. Unon m y return
t o school, however, I discovered
t h a t n locked box at t h e hack of
my closet had been t h o r o u g h l y
searched. T h e metal clasp h a d
been b e n t o u t of shape and pried
entirety away from t h e wood so
it could be o p e n e d . Obviously,
whoever searched t h e room ignored t h e restrictions placed
u p o n their search a n d deemed
themselves a u t h o r i z e d t o pry
open and destroy a w e l l - h i d d e n
locked chest containing personal
possessions, a n d then carelessly
threw it back in t h e closet.
There was n o a t t e m p t m a d e t o
conceal t h e search by fixing t h e
lock o r replacing t h e b o x where
it was found, a n d t h e b o x is
s c r a t c h e d badly.
Why d o we b o t h e r t o lock o u r
d o o r s at all, if o u r privacy can be
so flagrantly invaded by t h e
University? I sincerely s y m p a t h ize with s t u d e n t s w h o really had
s o m e t h i n g t o hide, a n d w h o
catne hack t o find their belong-
ArleriL' Zimney
successes: C o m m u n i t y - U n i v e r s i t y
in p a r t l y
those
closing t h e g a p t h a t
inside
The University
outside
smoothly
perimetei
in.nl
in a n a d n i i n i s t r . i t n r
sense (with t h e possible e x c e p t i o n of t h e nearly'
bankrupt
F S A ) . A n d t h e r e w e r e s e r i o u s a t t e m p t s o n t h e p a r t o l tin
administration
exisiting,
to d o "more
limited
resources
with
to
less;" t o use .ihr.uk
implement
n e w .ind
i n n o v a t i v e p r o g r a m s like E n v i r o n m e n t a l a n d P e a c e S t u d i e s ,
T h e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n is t o b e c o m m e n d e d f o r t h i s .
But
w e feel
that
in a t l e a s t
o n e critical
area
s t u d e n t s , a n d , m o r e s p e c i f i c a l l y , w i t h s t u d e n t g o v c r u i n . in
There
was a steady
confidence
a n d clearly
discernible
in t h e m e n w h o m a k e
among
some
student
about
the sincerity
concern lor student
This
steady
directly
from
leaders
erosion
decisions
there
arose
o f President
I
here, and
serious
lienezet's
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opinion.
disintegration
several
of
important
confident e
occurrences
sin
I
d u r i n g 11.-
c o u r s e of t h e y e a r , i m h i d i n g :
A decision t o use t h e e n u r e 2 2 s t o r i e s o f M o h a w k T o w ' i
.1 d e c i s i o n m a d e d u r i n g
entirely without student
deductions,
made
by I'SA m a n a g e m e n t
Hincerely,
William Kotfmtciii
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
I he controversial
Drs.
Waterman
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ican p e o p l e m o b i l i z e d f r o m far
b y Bruce Bain
and wide b y b o t h foreign a n d
Let it b e said briefly t h a t Inaud o m e s t i c issues is a very positive
guration Day 1 9 7 3 was y e t
t h i n g a n d stems from t h e first
a n o t h e r occasion for t h e " d e a d "
signs of t h e raising of t h e poliU.S. anti-war m o v e m e n t t o rise
tical consciousness of
the
from its grave amidst t h e Amerb r o a d masses of t h e p e o p l e .
ican p e o p l e . As a p a r t i c i p a n t Trie essential d r a w b a c k s of t h e
observer t o t h e d a y ' s proceedD a y "March
ings (while being n o n e t h e l e s s I n a u g u r a t i o n
c o m p e l l e d t o a d m i t prejudice in Against D e a t h " , were such as
t h e entire m a t t e r ) , I found t h a t h a d been e n d e m i c in t h e Antifor a n u m b e r o f reasons t h e War m o v e m e n t as a w h o l e d a t i n g
affair was a truly inspiring a n d from its birth.
T o begin w i t h , t h e r e w a s great
historic occasion.
T o begin w i t h , J a n u a r y 2 0 , disorganization from t h e very
1 9 7 3 w a s a d a y m a r k e d b y t h e beginning of t h e d e m o n s t r a t i o n .
a p p e a r a n c e in Washington, D . C . M a n y groups w e r e n ' t a w a r e of
of easily over 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 p e o p l e . t h e exact time a n d place a t
Such a c r o w d size w a s impress- which t h e march w o u l d begin
ive, a n d c o n s i d e r i n g t h e seeming a n d t h e r o u t e i t w o u l d travel.
passivity of t h e masses of Amer- H i i s was reflected in t h e degree
spontaneity
with
which
ican p e o p l e over t h e past several o f
m o n t h s , q u i t e surprising a n d people moved t o , a r o u n d , a n d
spectacular. It was i n d e e d q u i t e away from t h e Lincoln Memorial
a
relief
t o s e e s u c h a n and t o w a r d s t h e rally a t t h e
Washington M o n u m e n t .
i m m e d i a t e a n d massive response
T h e politics p r o m o t e d a t t h e
t o t h e d e c e i t of t h e m o s t reacd e m o n s t r a t i o n were a b i t d a t e d ,
tionary a n d genocida! of Amerlooking s o m e t h i n g like t h e 1 9 6 7
ican Presidents.
March o n t h e P e n t a g o n . B u t in
But m o r e i m p o r t a n t , most in
fact, was t h e necessity t o s e e view of w h o m a r c h e d , w h e n a n d
u n d e r what leadership, it w a s
w h o r e s p o n d e d t o N i x o n ' s latest
just a b o u t all t h a t c o u l d b e
moves a n d w h y . T h e good
e
x p e c t e d from a r a t h e r semipeople o u t there
this past
spirited c r o w d .
S a t u r d a y were b y a n d large,
There
existed
a rather
m i d d l e - i n c o m e p e o p l e , mostly
d u b i o u s leadership coalition for
older and s u p p o s e d l y b e t t e r off
t
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than most of those o n e is accusNPAC (National Peace Action
t o m e d t o seeing a t anti-war
Coalition) a n d PCPJ (People's
d e m o n s t r a t i o n s . T o illustrate t h e
Coalition for Peace a n d J u s t i c e ) .
age o f s o m e of t h e d e m o n While t h e latter organization (in
strators, I r e m e m b e r seeing a t
s u p p o r t of t h e general d e m a n d
the Washington M o n u m e n t a
w o m a n s o old t h a t she h a d t o b e t h a t Nixon sign t h e 9-Point
Peace Plan), d i d n ' t h a v e a n y
carried
away
d u e t o cold
serious problems in terms of
exhaustion.
Even m o r e d r a m a t i c was t h e sectarian slogans o r tactics, t h e
former group did.
diverse r e p r e s e n t a t i o n of t h e
As an adjunct organization of
c r o w d as c o u l d b e seen by t h e
Ihe
Socialist Worker's Party, it
d e p a r t u r e - l o c a t i o n signs of t h e
has consistently raised t h e secfleet of buses. People h a d c o m e
tarian a n d absurd d e m a n d of
to Washington t o " i n a u g u r a t e
that p a r t y ' s line that t h e U.S. get
peace for t h e V i e t n a m e s e " from
o u t of Indochina n o w o n n o
a
f a r afield
as Wisconsin,
c o n d i t i o n s . This is e x t r e m e l y
Michigan, Illinois and even Texas
divisive a n d is c o n t r a r y t o t h e
and California.
entire spirit of t h e n e g o t i a t i o n s
Overall, it c a n b e said that
t h a t t h e V i e t n a m e s e have consisthe i m m e d i a t e r e s p o n s e of a
tently fought a n d died t o prelarge, multi-class c r o w d of AmerOpinion
serve. I n fact, N P A C ' s " O n e P o i n t Peace P l a n " w a s largely
responsible for m u c h of t h e disunity a t the march.
A n o t h e r u n f o r t u n a t e manifest a t i o n of sectarianism o c c u r r e d
in t w o places, o n e a t t h e
Washington M o n u m e n t
rally,
T h e SDS-PLP ( S t u d e n t s for a
Democratic
Society-Progressive
L a b o r P a r t y ) c o a l i t i o n staged a n
abortive
platform-seizure
a t t e m p t (seen b y m o s t T V
viewers t h a t d a y a n d stressed all
t o o well b y t h e " L i b e r a l " m e d i a )
and a second, later t h a t night a t
Connecticut
a n d Florida
A v e n u e s b y t h e s o m e w h a t ultraleftish A t t i c a Brigade (results u n d e t e r m i n e d a t this t i m e ) .
Despite these basic d r a w b a c k s ,
t h e overall I n a u g u r a t i o n D a y
demonstration
in Washington
proved several things. First of
all, t h a t t h r o u g h struggle, t h e
American people c a n m e e t w i t h
mass p r o t e s t s w h a t t h e y s e e as
t h e rising t h r e a t of t h e N i x o n
menace.
S e c o n d of all, it s h o w e d t h a t
while t h e U.S. Anti-War Movement's
efforts
are
finally
beginning t o pay off, t h e a c t i o n
of this J a n u a r y t h e 2 0 t h is only
the beginning of a full-size educational effort with m u c h work
a h e a d . T h e form of this effort is
t h e task of the organizers t o go
o u t t o t h e people in a persistent
kind of way a n d press t h e
analysis of t h e V i e t n a m e s e War
past t h e point of its being a
single, i m m o r a l foreign policy
blunder.
T h e y m u s t increasingly link
this w a r for e m p i r e a n d imperialist p l u n d e r by American capitalism with t h e daily lives a n d
c o n c e r n s of t h e American working m a n and w o m a n . This simply
m e a n s t h a t we must all c o n t i n u e
t o g e t h e r in this direction a n d
n o t q u i t for a m o m e n t . As t h e
V i e t n a m e s e resistance m o v e m e n t
might s a y , w e m u s t dare t o
struggle, dare t o w i n .
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ruling on a b o r t i o n M o n d a y drew c o m m e n t s ranging
from " b e a u t i f u l , " t o "disgraceful." T h e r e were
indications t h a t t h e decision could affect all b u t
four of t h e 5 0 states.
T h e c o u r t , invalidating laws of Texas and Georgia,
ruled thai m o s t laws prohibiting a b o r t i o n s a r e an
invasion of privacy. It said that in t h e first six
m o n t h s of pregnancy a b o r t i o n is a m a t t e r between a
w o m a n a n d her d o c t o r . During t h e last three
m o n t h s of pregnancy, t h e 7-2 ruling added, all t h e
state m a y d o is regulate a b o r t i o n p r o c e d u r e s in ways
t h a t " a r e reasonably related t o maternal h e a l t h . "
T h i r t y states have laws similar t o the T e x a s s t a t u t e
t h a t prohibit a b o r t i o n e x c e p t t o save the life of t h e
m o t h e r . Most date back t o t h e 19th c e n t u r y a n d
a b o u t 15 are u n d e r legal challenge.
A n o t h e r dozen o r so states have laws t h a t p e r m i t
a b o r t i o n , b u t only u n d e r certain c i r c u m s t a n c e s - in
the case of rape or incest, for e x a m p l e , o r in o r d e r
preserve t h e m o t h e r ' s physical o r m e n t a l health.
Only four slates
New York, Hawaii, California
and Washington treat a b o r t i o n as strictly a medical
issue.
Laws in t h e remaining s t a t e s vary, b u t generally
include s o m e ban on a b o r t i o n . A m o n g the e x a m p l e s
are a Pennsylvania law declared u n c o n s t i t u t i o n a l
and under appeal t o the U.S. S u p r e m e C o u r t • which
forbids illegal a b o r t i o n s , b u t does n o t define illegal.
lliesumin.i
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A L B A N Y N Y AP • T h r e e black ministers from
11 art-em a n d a c o m m u n i t y leader appealed t o t h e
legislature M o n d a y t o approve- Gov Nelson A.
Rockefeller's tough legislal ion t o punish drug
pushers.
" O u r young people are d y i n g , " cried (Hester
Hinds, his voice rising with e m o t i o " T h e y are being
destroyed."
T h e men conferred with I he governor in the
morning a n d then appeared with Rockefeller in a
news conference. T h e session was limited t o
q u e s t i o n s aboul narcotics.
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rUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1973
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PRESS
PAGE
FIVE
Study Abroad...
even if foil don't know a foreign language
on-location s t u d y g r o u p s , like S U N Y A B ' s S u m m e r Field School in
Mexico.
From a r c h a e o l o g y to z o o l o g y , there is a program for e v e r y o n e . F o r
t h o s e w h o 'Vant t o get i n t o a c u l t u r e o f a specific c o u n t r y , there are
language .md civilization p r o g r a m s . Some programs are geared
t o w a r d s t h e major, o t h e r s t o w a r d s the general Liberal Arts s t u d e n t .
by Kathy Eckerle
Broadcasting in England...African studies in Nigeria...tropical
biology in the West lndies...ancient theatre and drama in Athens and
Istanbul... Indian civilization in Mysore.
This year, more than 15 programs are offered through a cooperative S U N Y system to students who want to study abroad b u t lack
the language requirement for most foreign country programs.
Schools across the nation are recognizing the important dimension
study aborad can bring to a student's academic career. The challenge
o f an' unfamiliar way o f life can never be captured through travel
alone. Living in a country, absorbing the culture of day-to-day life, is
the best way to fully understand and appreciate a different society.
This experience is no longer confined t o the language major or the
financial elite. Each year more and better overseas programs are
available in English to the student who discovers them. Bringing the
American student to the foreign university h a s n o t been an easy
process. T h e language barrier is only one p r o b l e m t o o v e r c o m e . Most
foreign schools d o not operate on a 'semester' basis a n d o u r grading
system is incomprehensible to them.
T h e S U N Y system has an advantage in meeting these d e m a n d s
because il can delegate responsibility for each p r o g r a m to individual
colleges. Each S U N Y school has its o w n core o f overseas p r o g r a m s ,
including those designed with n o language pre-requisite.
SUC al B r o c k p o r t , for instance, has a s t u d y p r o g r a m in
C o p e n h a g e n , D e n m a r k . They found the Danish professors w h o were
proficient enough to c o n d u c t special classes for A m e r i c a n s t u d e n t s
within lire Univcrsiiy.SUC at Buffalo's p r o g r a m in M y s o r e , India has
classes Ihal include Indian students as well. O t h e r p r o g r a m s are
I
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l!
V.
S u r p r i s i n g l y , y o u r t e r m abroad will cost comparatively t h e same as
a s e m e s t e r at h o m e . Eligibility stipulations differ with each program.
Most s t u d e n t s are s o p h o m o r e s and j u n i o r s , though an occasional
senior will h a v e his last 3 0 h o u r residency requirement waived t o
study abroad,
S t u d e n t s are usually free to transfer into a study program at
a n o t h e r S U N Y b r a n c h . If the program is financially ' s p o n s o r e d ' b y
S U N Y , s t u d e n t s remain registered with their h o m e c a m p u s while
t h e y are a w a y . If t h e program is a n o n s u p p o r t e d o n e , s t u d e n t s just
a p p l y for a leave of a b s e n c e .
Ralph Beisler, Assistant Dean of S t u d e n t Life, has noted an
increase each year in the n u m b e r of s t u d e n t s that request leave of
a b s e n c e s to s t u d y in a foreign c o u n t r y . As long as t h e s t u d e n t ' s
advisor agrees, leaves are easily g r a n t e d . T h o u g h transcript credit is
o n l y on a S-U level, s t u d e n t s are siill taking advantage of the foreign
study experience.
Many I n t e r n a t i o n a l Study d n e c t o r s agree llun the student has
m u c h m o r e to gam fioin studs abroad ilian just a break from Ihe
dull r o u t i n e ol c a m p u s life. S t u d e n t s find themselves reevaluating
their a t t i t u d e s and disciidinij mam preconceived n o t i o n s a b o u t life
in o t h e r c o u n t r i e s . They develop .1 more sophisticated c o n c e p t i o n of
w o r l d - w i d e p r o b l e m s and o l i e n ^nine back .1 lai more c o n c e r n e d ,
tolerant a n d d e d i c a t e d iiidiMdri.il
!
graphics:
Oswego is planning a session in Tropical Biology at
the Marine Sciences Research C e n t e r a t Discovery
Bay, Jamaica, W.I. T w o weeks of formal lectures are
held at Oswego. Then t h e g r o u p heads for Jamaica
w h e r e t h e y will e x p l o r e t h e interior of t h e island
and s t u d y m a r i n e life at t h e Research Center. Each
s t u d e n t will select a topic to p u r s u e in-depth while
there.
If you prefer ancient
theatre
and drama t o
biology, Oswego also offers a program in A t h e n
pliinni'd In s o u t h e r n a n d n o r t h e r n India as purl of
the |in.ur.im.
Some programs give :in o p t i o n of tall, spring or
a lull academic year of s l u d y .
The firsi semester of Oswego's Pisa, Italy program
is devoted lo Humanism
and the
Renaissance/
Aichufoliifiy,
t h e second,
to Modem
Italy.
thMt-lilVU. This is o n e of thi' p r o g r a m s Ihal try lo
house students with Italian families.
f o r Siena. Haly I S i l t ' Bui), s t u d e n t s also c h o o s e
which semester lo spend a b r o a d . T h i s program is
oriented Inwards Italian \rt and Art Itinltiry.
As nlentic
I before, B r o c k p o r l Iras programs in
Copenhagen and Aarhus. Slrielly liberal arts, t h e
Denmark programs include s t u d e n t s from all over
the U.S. as well as S t ' N Y . The I w o l o c a t i o n s have
entirely different academic perspectives b u t b o t h
are designed l o e x p o s e t h e s t u d e n t t o as m u c h
Danish culture as possible. Here s t u d e n t s c h o o s e
whether lo live wilh a family o r al a s t u d e n t
kollegium.
and Istanbul.
Want t o d o m o r e than just get your feet wet?
Academic year p r o g r a m s give the s t u d e n t a chance
for advanced s t u d y . Most of these programs begin
during t h e s u m m e r m o n t h s a n d the deadline dates
for applications are in March-April.
T h e American University of Beirut, Lebanon will
a d m i t u p p e r level u n d e r g r a d u a t e s specializing in
Mid iuist studies. In c o n j u n c t i o n with SUNYAB, t h e
American University is trying to bridge the gap
b e t w e e n east and west by extending this H r s l h a n d
o p p o r t u n i t y to s t u d y Arab culture.
Albany is sponsoring a year in litrai'i. Two location
sites are available: Hebrew University a n d Tel Aviv
University. Hebrew emphasizes Modern Israel,
Jewish History a n d Language, while Tel Aviv has a
Liberal Arts curriculum.
l b a d e n , Nigeria is o p e n i n g its doors to qualified
Americans who want t o s t u d y t h e problems of a
devloping nation in a first-rate African
University,
S t u d e n t s register for courses which c o n t i n u e , on an
advanced level, s t u d y u n d e r t a k e n at their h o m e
campus.
A year-long p r o g r a m in Mysore, India (SUC
Buffalo) provides excellent p r e p a r a t i o n for those
interested in Indian society.
Mysore is situated a
s h o r t distance from t h e r o c k h e w n temples, sculptures a n d carvings of early India a n d from trie
m o d e r n city of Bangalore. O n e m o n t h trips are
Summer Language Programs
Want to learn a language? Start
at t h e breakfast table,
Eat coismnts in a Paris cafe or
hucuos in the s t u d e n t caferteria
with your Spanish friends. Knjoy
a leisurely German repast of
lirot und Kase or gulp a quick
c u p of capucfio
before rushing
off to t h e Italian University.
S U N Y A 's S u m m e r L a n guage Programs submerge t h e
students in tin? culture of t h e
host c o u n t r y . Classroom lessons
are alive and meaningful because
the students can go o u t into t h e
streets of t h e city and use what
they have learned.
Albany olTers four location
sites
this s u m m e r
France,
Germany, Italy and Spain,
A
At
the
U 11 i v e r s i t y
ol
Salamanca, Spain's oldest and
most famous university, s t u d e n t s
sit in t h e same r o o m s where
Columbus gitve lectures on his
discovery of t h e New World.
Salamanca is a m o d e m , lively
city
of
100,000
inhabitants
PAGE SIX
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
millman
...to zoology
from archaeology...
You've decided to s t u d y abroad. T h e next question is where?
T h e s u m m e r programs are perhaps t h e m o s t
diversified a n d , because it is such a s h o r t s t u d y
period, these programs c o n c e n t r a t e on a specific
interest area.
Buffalo's S u m m e r Field School in Mexico special
izes in archaeological
training. T h e program introduces s t u d e n t s t o coastal aspects of West Mexican
p r e h i s t o r y , reconnaissance, mapping, and excavation. While t h e major e m p h a s i s is archaeological
technique a n d theory, the course also involves s o m e
geology a n d biology.
For s t u d e n t s with a year of Hussion behind t h e m .
New PalU offers a u n i q u e t y p e of travel-study
program in the USSR. There is a seminar cruise on
the Volga a n d visits Lo major cities and historical
spots. Ail classes are LaughL by professional Soviet
teachers.
Julie
which has carefully preserved ita p p e a r a n c e of earlier centuries
It is rich in historical and artisin
m o n u m e n t s a n d has many cu'l
tural activities d u r i n g t h e sum
[per.
Because o f its long tradition .1
a university city, Salamanca
caters to s t u d e n t needs. Il 1
frequently possible t o obtain 1
r o o m in a private h o m e when
the s t u d e n t is a c c e p t e d almo.si
a m e m b e r of the family.
I'M.
T h e S u m m e r Laiiguai
gram in Italy is Cnllduelei al l l •
University of tJrbino. !
o n e of rlie famous lull l o |
perhaps is best k n o w n
birthplace
ol
the
Raphael Located within
h o u r of t h e Adriatic, .1 i o
the best ol both woi
m o u n t a i n s a n d the seaslio
Students Will be lodged
beautiful n e w d n r m i t o r i
igned by t h e world I'umoi , an >>
itect, De-Curlo, w h o r> ••ciillv
won an i n t e r n a t i o n a l pr
his work.
Reims a n d Paris are t h e sites
for t h e F r e n c h S u m m e r Language Program. S t u d e n t s will fly
to Paris a n d t h e n p r o c e e d lo
Keims for t h e first four weeks of
the program, then r e t u r n t o P a n s
for t h e r e m a i n d e r of their stay.
Located in t h e heart of t h e
Champagne C o u n t r y , Reims ser
ved as t h e c o r o n a t i o n site foi
nearly all of t h e kings of F r a n c e
Participants will be lodged in t h e
newly c o m p l e t e d university d o r
mitories.
Paris, of c o u r s e , needs no < oin
men!. In August, sludeiils will
have the o p p o r t u n i t y hi e x p l o r e
Hs Wealth of artistic treasures
both o n c o n d u c t e d lours and o n
their o w n initiative. S t u d e n t s
will have r o o m s in the s t u d e n t
dormitories or " f o y e r s " while in
Parrs,
The Famous Goethe Institute
hosts t h e G e r m a n S u m m e r P r o
gram. Established exclusively for
TUESDAY, 1AMJARY23, 1973
-Juniors and seniors can apply for A l b a n y ' s Cuernavaca, Mexico program. Offered in b o t h the fall a n d
spring, t h e p r o g r a m is very i n d e p e n d e n t — s t u d e n t s
arrange their own t r a n s p o r t a t i o n a n d housing during
their stay in Mexico.
intensive language instruction,
classroom enrollment is kept to
a m i n i m u m t o provide m a x i m u m
attention
lo each individual.
This year s t u d e n t s will be in
Union and Arolseil, Iwo small
t o w n s in Westphalia near Kassel,
which si ill possesses die c h a r m
of the Baroque period.
L o n d o n h o s t s an i n t e r n a t i o n a l Hroadcasting
seminar each fall. In a d d i t i o n t o regular lectures on
c o m p a r a t i v e studies in world b r o a d c a s t i n g , s t u d e n t s
have i n d e p e n d e n t s t u d y projects covering a b r a n c h
of c o m m u n i c a t i o n s - radio or television for exam
pie.
Even t h e education
s t u d e n t can find a s t u d y
p r o g r a m overseas. Didsbury College in Manchester.
England, one of t h e largest a n d m o r e o u t s t a n d i n g
teacher training i n s t i t u t i o n s in t h e British Isles, gives
s t u d e n t s a c h a n c e t o c o m p a r e English e d u c a t i o n a n d
A m e r i c a n . Courses range from art a n d design t o
history or m a t h e m a t i c s and are available in practically every stage of primary a n d s e c o n d a r y school
subjects.
Or waif until spring and dance an Irish jig in
Dublin. It's all part of Oswego's Irish S t u d i e s
program.
T h e newest c o u r s e offered this spring takes place
in Bruges, Belgium. Advertised for " s t u d e n t s of
m o d e r n E u r o p e a n h i s t o r y , political science, international relations a n d e c o n o m i c s , this p r o g r a m
focuses on t h e Common
Market a n d t h e process of
regional c o o p e r a t i o n .
Wherever you go, the e x p e r i e n c e s of y o u r s e m e s t e r
a b r o a d will always be r e m e m b e r e d .
photos:
compliments
of international
studies-sunya
Courses an- held on beginner
l o advam ed levels. Willi the exception ol Ihe French program
Parlicipanls in this one m u s t
have an equivalency ol Iwo years
,,l high sch
French in order
lo l „ - eligible loi ihe program
Classes inecl loi loin h o u r , a
day, Ir.r davs ., week
fills
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anil lb.- weekends Ire, I... Ihe
sllldellUs lo . Kpl.ire Ihe ...... dryside I'he programs .... ..ppiox
unalelv I. weeks long Moo- spe
,-lhc information is available in
SS II 1
Learn a new language where
you can use it. Soon all Ihal
jabbering a r o u n d you will begin
lo make sense
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
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please
1
bedroom
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at 4 5 7 - 8 9 9 0 , or
j„
ED 127 S U N Y A .
in a p a r t m e n t
for one
of f o u r .
E d , Teaching
Second
Language
Heat
included.
1398
after
$50.
Call
436-
1 0 : 3 0 p . m . A s k tor
Paul
LAMBDA
Students
Sharing
English
and
Metcalf,
author
and Will
Stage and lighting crews, and
checkers needed for 24-hr period
If interested, come to LC 4
Wed. January 24 at 7:00
7-8786
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in
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a
and
a
UFO
Board
meeting
are
literature,
will
have an
o n Tuesday, J a n
2 3 , at 7 P.M. in the Fireside
Lounge.
A l l members should a t t e n d .
Interested in w o r k i n g f o r
'73?
Interest
meeting
in working
crew
Telethon
will
b e an-
nounced soon.
is
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tor
or ;is
a n d general helpers,
Jazi
guitar'
contact
State Judo
Club w i l l be
iiccepting new members
on Tuesday
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and
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at
period
question
7 30.
and
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more
i n f o r m a t i o n call Jock <n 4 5 9 6 9 6 8
in
Call
forget 1
Don't
1973
is
Monday,
the
applications
deadline
Feb
date
for conference
positions
lor
5.
for
assistant
Summer
Planning
1973. A p p l i c a t i o n s
are
still available in CC 130
Program
Camp
Inlerested
. niiny'ini
, t-,,1,],,•(,
Sweden?
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in
Counselor
in
giving
summer
wimps
I ranee,
Spain
l o r applications
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come
to
rhe
happened
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lor
and
and m o r e
International
to baby
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how
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Applications
assistant
tor
positions
130. Deadline
conference
are available in CC
date
is M o o , Feb 5,
1973
IIIIIHIII-,
W.mli
llns space for
I allies
Recreation
Hie
Association
basketball
for vjomen
groups
'.ml'
sororities
as
ami
Women's
is sponsoring
A l l w o m e n ol
ilium
groups,
niheis
Uiai
interested, come 10 g v m C ,
are
luesday
evening al 7 3 0 p i n .
h u l l I I ilevelulJiiieuls
Winn
WHAT TO DO
Theories
David
I
University
of Motion
A la* t u n - by
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of
on M o n d a y .
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Washington
,i, ,
7 pm
regisinred <<•'
SSW 290 or SSW 3 9 0 m n i t
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tampon
should
be a
Kotex
tampon.
night Jan. 23. There w i l l be ;i short
demonstration
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International
many
the
market
Jan 24. al 8 p m .
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volleyball
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latth
Bible
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tournament
Causland,
attend
in Greek
Women's
mil still owe money
lie a
meeting
Injures interested "iJVor
LaCrosse
Blale
lami.iiy
Wednesday
Because only Kotex
tampons have sott.
rounded ends . yentle
insertion guides
instead of two bulky
tubes. . and more
protection than the
leading brand. But
the only way to be
convinced is to let a
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youi first one
all
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allemuon,
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here's a
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no
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mail tins order lorm with 25( in coin
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but I need your campus address.
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NOT a sales gimmick. Send address
to: Barry Michael Bashkoff. SUNV at
Albany, AD 129. Thank you.
Beth or Debbie.it 457 8 7 8 6 .
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r e w a r d . Call
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is n o w i n t e r v i e w i n g
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Dr. Das til Physics w i l l
Retreshmenls
your
24 in i h e C C Assembly Hall. For info
January 2 3 al 7 3 0 p m in PHY 12')
'.peak
Study
CC Governing
270 7268 and ask for Leigh.
Students
on
farm,
organic
call 2 7 2 - 0 6 5 8 for an a p p o i n t m e n t .
].minting w i t h another guitarist''
urtied to titlend.
"Humogralts"
The
needs
MISCELLANEOUS
l.iiiu.iry ?A. nl [i 1)1) p m
rijhu
speak
will
Wednesday,
in
is h.ivmtj ils tn-.i
the
diy.uv,
students
SUNY Placemen! Center
note-
term.
The
weekend.
aelivilies
a
of
Investigation
Phenomena
HI H U 'MA We hrivt: tn.iiiy new pl.jn',
welcome.
Community
Last
in ihu Campus
w i l l ) i iiglish subtllles
An
For Cape Cod and Islands
Comr 'ete list of businesses requiring
summer
employees
Send $ 2 . 0 0 t o :
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(The
S[
fill,
a
evening,
Hallroom.
h i f l Spanish
Wednesday.
a n d othei
UFO
be served.
1 9 7 3 S T U D E N T JOB
OPPORTUNITY BOOKLET
Lost
NEGRA
CentiH
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nl
ALPHA
w i l l bo hold Jun 2 2 2 5 a n d
Anyone
2 4 . at 3 15 p m in SS 137.
superconductivity.
Ride wanted from Ithaca to
Albany any weekend. Kathleen
436-0,195.
book.
is presenting
CORONA
meeting
meeting
Club
Plans
be
term, IncMIng WIM t t r -
Club
ni.nl
Humanities Lounge ( H U 354)
January
men than 30 coupl** last
Telethon
Auditions
runners
pm
on
had
secret
farming i n the borough o f B r o o k l y n -
important
in
8
the
S u n d a y , 7 : 3 0 , Tuscarora
INTERESTED FOLK
Caring
January
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meeting
Telethon
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Campus Center
i hi- Spanish
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1973
PAGE EIGHT
students
BETA
HI.irk Crown) tin Wednesday
Geography
Anyone w h o plans on driving to
Cortland fairly often this semester and would like a rider every
time,
please
call
Lisbeth,
449-1494.
ART
Telethon 73
inteiested,
children.
Organisation
and
C l i n K i n H a l l , so be sure t o c o m e !
love, T o m (BBB)
Charlie.
II
autistic
Student
have a meeting o n Thursday, January
Albany
Iruin his w o r k s o n M o n d a y
male
Furnished.
your
8 6 9 - 0 0 1 8 between 5 and 7 p m .
Ed led by
Sponsored
Bilingual
Patagoni
Jaitttk UntorsHf FMIH»
Ukranian
your
Share.
Towor
Ian
Ride wanted — Stuyvesant Plaza
to Osborn Shaker Road area at
5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.
$10/week. 459-4099 after 5:00
p.m.
please - Room
to apply
for
brain-damaged
a
o n Wednesday, Jan 2 4 a! 7 . 3 0 p m in
Discussion o f Bilingual
RIDE/RIDERS
WANTED
one love letter — special
evenings.
Learn
atmosphere.
Business
PERSONALS
f u r n i s h e d , S t a t e S t . near
just
t o help run an
knowledge and grow in a professional
Language E d .
HOUSING
Large
wanted
students
Dr. N. M o d i a n o on Jan 24 al 10 am
-
Available
in your spare time
per week). Business
for single or mar(18 or oldei). Call
Students:
good
mii-n-.ti-fj
Grad student w i t h 8 mo. old
son < looking for another student
to share baby-sitting one day a
week. Call 783-5231.
Earn money
(3-10 hours
opportunity
ried couples
few
MAIORS & MINORS
7-5234.
' Married couples • earn extra
money baby sitting pait/full
time, $117 per week. Live-in
situations available for this semester. University Family Services
Inc. Agency.
Call
456-0998.
Business
PEACE & POLITICS
on Colonial Q u a d .
457-4053.
H E L P W A N T E D : Students part
time to sell ad space for area
newspapers. Commissions paid.
Hours flexible. Write: A p t . Publications - 2 Green Street Rensselaer, N.Y. or call 462-0824.
School
Wanted: 2 bed apt., heated,
maximum $135, Washington
Park area. Occupancy anytime
thru December. 436-9595 after
4 : 0 0 p.m. Deborah Goodrich.
ad§ produce
in
A l l proceeds w i l l go to the W i l d w o o d
come up to 1 1 0 4 L i v i n g s t o n
Room & Bath in Delmar available free. Kitchen priv. Send
name, address and phone to
Carol Richards, 235 E. 73 St.
N.Y.C.
night
Old
contact
Male Apartmentmate wanted.
Own room; 7 minutes f r o m campus; $80/month. 785-4613.
the
Coming Soon! Telethon '73 on
Feb. 23-24. "Happiness is Sharing"
Jack Long — I forgive you. I
need y o u . Call me. 434-3408
anytime. Please! — Ken Ritchie.
Room for one or two on busline.
Reasonable. 465-1350.
Those interested In starting a
writer's collective this semester
contact T o m Tobln 258 Morris
St. or 453-5420 after 5.
Diet
During the non-snow off season
the U.S. Women's Alpine Ski Team
members go on the "Ski Team" diet
to lose 20 pounds in iwo weeks.
That's right
20 pounds in 14 days!
The basis of the diet is chemical lood
action and was devised by a famous
Colorado physician especially for the
U.S. Ski Team. Normal energy is
maintained (very important!) while
reducing. You keep "full"
no
starvation
because the diet is designed thai way! It's a diet that is
easy to follow whether you work,
iravel or stay al home.
Lydla — Lanny — (and other
beautiful January babies): Wishing you another year of happiness; love; and mellow, sunny
days — Happy Birthday from
those who love you.
$ 2 5 0 - Wlnthrope Avenue. 3 or 4
students. Nice large apartment,
with garages and parking on bus
line.
477-7384,
439-9241,
869-8248.
spend
room?? Kappa Delta invites all
university women to our keg with
Potter Club Thursday night. January
25.
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PAGE NINE
Lack Of Depth Hampers Swimmers
"New Heavenly Blue" Not So Heavenly
by Bill Brina
Jazz is with us again, n o t that
it ever really left us...but y o u
didn't need this writer t o tell
y o u that. Rock isn't exactly
dead-there are still several exceptional groups and a few outstanding individuals mining the
genre-but it isn't exactly alive,
either. Once y o u get p a s t t h e
Dead, Yes, t h e Allmans, a n d (fill
in y o u r n e x t t w o or three
favorites), there isn't that m u c h
going o n , a n d a good deal o f t h e
second a n d third level stuff is
intolerably stupid. A n d s o , jazz
again...wry, wise, a n d bitter"sweet, a u g m e n t e d b y technology
and t e m p e r e d by t h e street.
Herewith, s o m e r e c e n t offerings:
The
New
Heavenly
Blue
(Atlantic SD 7 2 4 7 ) isn't really
jazz, a n d it isn't really a n y good.
The six musicians are well-
schooled and obviously competent o n assorted guitars, basses,
keyboards, percussion instruments, violins, trumpets, trombones, and whatnots ( w o o d e n
cooking s p o o n s ? ) b u t they're
sorely lacking in inspiration. T h e
c o m p o s i t i o n s are " c u t e " ( t h a t is,
r e s p l e n d e n t with all kinds o f
weird time signatures, bizarre
a r r a n g e m e n t s , e t c . ) b u t devoid
of c o n t e n t , a n d t h e singing is
r o c k a n d roll c a t e r w a u l i n g a t it's
worst. I'm reviewing this potpourri only because N H B is led
b y Dave B r u b e c k ' s s o n Chris,
a n d s o h a s received a great deal
of
totally
u n w a r r a n t e d att e n t i o n . Avoid this overblown
disaster. R a h s a a n R o | a n d Kirk
is o n e of t h e genuine enigmas of
jazz. A brilliant soloist a n d an
(at
times
e c c e n t r i c ) nc>o
primitivist,
Kirk's
recordings
This is t h e jazz your parents
probably liked? amazingly, it's
damn good music and it swings
like hell. If you're looking t o get
i n t o Ellington, start here.
meander all over t h e musical
landscape. His latest is a collaboration with the semi-retired
vocalist Al Hibbler, A Meeting of
the Times (Atlantic S D 1 6 3 0 ) .
Kirk has s u p p o s e d l y long wanted
to d o an album of Duke
Ellington music a n d this is it;
m o s t o f t h e material c o m e s
straight o u t of t h e thirties (by
Ellington, Oscar H a m m e r s t e i n ,
F r a n k Sinatra a n d t h e like) a n d
t h e like) a n d t h e rest ( b y Kirk) is
so Thirties-ish t h a t it's unreal.
**•
Von Freeman is o n e of those
quasi-legendary jazz musicians
that m a n y aficiondos have heard
of, but relatively few have heard.
Kirk considers him a major influence a n d s o l e n t t h e drawing
p o w e r of his n a m e (as p r o d u c e r )
to Doin' It Right Now (Atlantic
S D 1 6 2 8 ) . Tenor saxman V o n ,
assisted b y a "standard" jazz
back-up trio (piano, bass, and
drums), does it quite nicely.
Suave, m e l l o w arrangements of
s o m e self-penned i n s t r u m e n t a l
make thiB o n e of the m o s t pleasa n t albums I've heard in s o m e
t i m e , and V o n ' s solo o n " T h e
First T i m e Ever I S a w Y o u r
F a c e " a l m o s t defines t h e meaning of t h e t e r m , " l y r i c a l . " Music
like this is timeless.
T h e best bluegrass band from N e w Jersey graced t h e Ballroom last
Saturday nite for t h e third time in a year; Bottle Hill could probably
s h o w u p o n c e a m o n t h for three years a n d still be eagerly welcomed.
If y o u haven't heard t h e band in at least o n e of their countless
performances in this area during t h e past year you d o n ' t know what
y o u ' v e missed; they're loads of fun and killer musicians besides.
T h e y turned in their usual fine set;Mitterhoff looming a r o u n d while
he played the best m a n d o l i n in t h e Northeast, Walt Michaels
delivering strong, h o n e y - S o u t h e r n flavored vocals and delighting us
with his h a m m e r e d dulcimer, a n d t h e o t h e r s filling in capably. Just
o n e complaint--they s h o u l d n ' t b o t h e r trying t o spread t h e vocal
leads a r o u n d ; Walt is t o o good a singer t o share the starring role with
t h e others. T h e h a r m o n i e s were just fine, though.
Mahavishnu on Sunday
T h e fabulous Mahavishnu O r c h e s t r a with J o h n McLaughlin will
a p p e a r in concert o n t h e same bill with t h e Albany S y m p h o n y
Orchestra Sunday night in t h e G y m n a s i u m . If y o u ' v e missed the
previous area appearances by this b a n d , here's y o u r o p p o r t u n i t y to
catch t h e m ; if you've already heard t h e m , you'll need n o further
i n d u c e m e n t . Born in a historic week-long gig at t h e CJaslig' t. in NYC
in the S u m m e r of 1 9 7 1 , the Mahavishnu Orchestra, led I... guitarist
extraordinaire J o h n McLaughlin has I terally taken t h e musical world
by storm. Playing an incredible blent of avante-garde jnz/., rock, and
classical infusions at the highest possible energy level, Ibis band I
electrified rock, jazz, and electroi
nwli'TU-i's with Ihe virtuosity,
b e a u t y , and ferocity of their musi
Vines quickly c o n c l u d e d Ihnl
their music was t o o advanced t o
ieve mass popularity, but the
critics were wrong.
Mahavishnu is more than merely an ensemble of musicians; u is a
musical p h e n o m e n o n . By p u l l i n g I h e m on (be same bill with ASO,
Concert Board will be giving those elements of the University
c o m m u n i t y that are normally reluctant to come t o such a concert a
chance t o o p e n their ears...and minds.. S o u n d will b e furnished by
All-Sound Audio, who have already d e m o n s t r a t e d their ability to
handle t h e acoustical quirks of t h e gymansium, thanks be.
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A.S.O. Pops-Fun, but Flawed
By Andy Policy
T h e r e was a t i m e , long ago,
when all music was popular.
That was when " p o p u l a r " music
was
o l d folk
tunes, a n d
"classical" music was everything
else. T h e distinction was great,
but, it d i d n ' t b o t h e r a n y o n e since
most people like b o t h .
T h e great rift occurred just
before
the dawn
of the
twentieth c e n t u r y . Pop music
suddenly took on t h e elements
of black street corner society,
and blossomed forth with life It
has been irrepressible ever since,
and laymen t u r n e d slowly away
from the classics; They became a
bore
This paradox lias a great deal
to do with what the Albany
S y m p h o n y played last Saturday
night. T h e program o p e n e d with
the Overture t o William 7'WI by
Rossini. This was written t o be a
si in p i e , p r o g r a m mat ie
intro
d u c t i o n to o n e of Rossini's
good-natured ballets Radio decided it would be belter if the
last pari of it were a t h e m e song.
It is also, believe it or n o t , real
music, and should be treatetl as
such As far as I was c o n c e r n e d ,
t h e entire piece was u n d e r
rehearsed
a n d unconvincing.
C o n d u c t o r Julius llegyi inter
preled n o t h i n g , t h e d y n a m i c s
t h r o u g h o u t lacked contrast, the
articulation was just all over t h e
HEUMAN'S
place; a n d t h e i n t o n a t i o n in the
w o o d w i n d s a n d lower strings
was h i d e o u s . And t h e crowd
loved it, which s h o w s o n e somet h i n g a b o u t music appreciation.
When a hard-rock
piece is
r e n d e r e d with a n y t h i n g less than
perfection, it is b o o e d off t h e
air. When t h e cellos destroy t h e
o p e n i n g section of William Tell,
n o b o d y seems t o care. As long as
it was fun.
Britten's Younn Person's Ciitidf
(D \hf (hvhestru
was the pleas
ant surprise of t h e night It is an
adorable piece of music, a n d not
.it ,,11 limited to t h e young. T h e
willing is virtuosie , t h e melodies
gni g r o i i s .
a n d lh'' humor
coiisish'iilly amusing. Ur Louis
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Hene/.el,
P r e s i d e n t of
S t l N Y A , was chosen t o narrate
the work, leaving room for all
sorts of speculation on b o w be
got the job. As we all found o u t ,
t h o u g h , he is an entertaining
speaker, with a pleasing, intelligible voice. Indeed, be was per
feet for t h e part.
As far as t h e p e r f o r m a n c e was
c o n c e r n e d , it didn't get in t h e
wav of t h e score, no matter how
sloppy it was. W o o d w i n d into
n a t i o n got steadily worse, and
the strings struggled noticeably.
Maybe s o m e o n e can scratch u p
t h e m o n e y for m o r e rehearsals.
T h e y are sorely needed
T h e Capriccio Italien closed
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the s c h e d u l e d program. It is difficult music, n o m a t t e r w h a t
Julius Hegyi thinks it is. T h e
t e m p o at t h e beginning was horribly f a s t - m u c h t o o fast t o be
able t o provide a n y contrast,
with t h e later sections. T h e art i c u l a t i o n was weak, a n d t h e r e
are plenty of sections when a
good, h e a l t h y accent would help
n o w a n d then. T h e c o n d u c t i n g
was
a little
flamboyant
(pianissimos got ten foot beats),
a n d there was n o rutin t o whatsoever T h o s e of you readers w h o
b a d never heard it before, go .ml
.mil gel a good recording o]
H a n y recording
There are
n u a n c e s in thai piti'e l li.it y o u
w o u l d n ' t believe.
A Stars ami Stripes Korever
arrangement closed t h e program.
Aside from a wonderful tuba
solo (insleatl of t h e piccolos), it
was
p r e t t y s t a n d a r d . Kvery
body was having such a good
t i m e , t h o u g h , t h a t they s t a r t e d
clapping rhythmically t o t h e
beat. I j o k e d that all we needed
n o w were tin' gladiators. Kven
so, I enjoyed the program, no
m a t t e r h o w badly il was played.
1 just wish, in my o w n , unselfish
way, t h a t it had been played
better. It could have been s p e
ctacular. Instead, it was just t h e
the
Albany
Symphony,
trying t o d o a j o b w i t h o u t t h e
m o n e y or the time. May thensuccess c o n t i n u e , t h o u g h . T h e y
brighten u p my S a t u r d a y even
T h e m e e t was a n o t h e r c o m e
from b e h i n d affair for t h e Great
Dane swimmers. After a loss in
the 4 0 0 y d . relay for t h e s e c o n d
straight meet, Albany got d o w n
' o business. Albany s t a n d o u t ,
Len Van R y n took t w o events
setting a n e w school record
2 : 1 5 . 1 in t h e Individual medley.
Mark Eson t o o k the 5 0 y d .
freestyle as t h e t e a m s s t a y e d
close. T h e Albany s w i m m e r s h a d
trouble overtaking S t o n y Brook,
however, because of t h e great
team
depth
they
possessed.
Stony Brook's 20 m a n squad
was able to salvage 2 n d ' s a n d
.Ird's even in t h e events t h e y
lost. T h r o u g h o u t the m e e t it was
n o t unusual t o see t w o S t a t e
swimmers going against four
S t o n y Brook s w i m m e r s .
Newcomers Star In Pups Win
T h e Pups went ahead 12-10 via
» driving, u n d e r h a n d layup l, y
Alicea which ignited a five
m i n u t e scoring spree for Ihe
Pups, which saw Schenectady
o u t s c o r e d 1S-5. Al'l-r ,-, short
cold spell which saw Ihe lead
decrease l „ 7 points, t h e Pups
rallied off .1 s l n i i l , h l
biiskvli.
within Ihe lust minute and a hall'
" f P'"y. '
>"n up a 13 point
lead, 37-24.
T h e second half opened with
Merrill leading Ihe char|»l> al the
S c h e n e c t a d y bucket, as the Pups
ripped oil' a n o t h e r (i straight
p o i n t s t o lead 43-24 before
S c h e n e c t a d y could even put o n e
on t h e hoard. Alter that, lh,.
Pups really sharpened u p on the
c o u r t , and the result was never
within a shadow of a d o u b t , as
the lead increased from 111 | „ ' 1(|
to 2,'l points, and Ihe final gap of
'•!•> points, thanks to a Kurawnil
bucket ai ih,. buzzer,
Merritt was high scorer will, 19
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d o m i n a t e d | , h v Alice., m m e d ,„
a n o t h e r fine performance, sink
f
ing 10 points and helping Merritt
carry the team through t h e first
10 m i n u t e s of play. Chalk u p
excellent games Tor Rich K a p n e r
and R o n E d m o n d s , b o t h of
w h o m scored H points.
Interestingly
e n o u g h , the
Pups limited the visitors t o just
lour scorers, a n d S c h e n e c t a d y
c o m m i t t e d only 4 fouls after the
bonus situation went into effect.
Also of interest was Coach
Lewis' observation thai t h e team
seemed to hit cold stretches
every lime a nine a p p e a r e d o n
the scoreboard, expecially in t h e
first half.
Overall, the Pups looked good,
despite those cold spells. Coach
Lewis was especially pleased by
the performances of t h e three
n e w c o m e r s (Merrill,
Kapner,
and E d m o n d s ) , and rightfully so.
This Wednesday t h e Pups
accompany
the varsity
to
Oneonla lor a S U N Y Conference
game We should know whal t h e
Inline holds alter this o n e S o .
lor n o w , the word is still:
' 'cautious
optimism."
r
the 2 0 0 y d . backstroke. L e n V a n
Ryn pulled Albany close with a
victory in t h e 6 0 0 y d . freestyle.
In a situation reminiscent o f last
w e e k ' s c o n t e s t at Union, Albany
was n o w in a s i t u a t i o n to forge
a h e a d w i t h victories in t h e 2 0 0
yd. b r c a s t s t r o k e a n d t h e optional diving.
It was n o t t o be h o w e v e r .
A l b a n y fared n o b e t t e r in these
events this week t h a n t h e y did
last w e e k . T w o successive losses
in t h e b r e u s l s t r o k e a n d t h e o p tional diving p u t t h e m e e t o u t of
the
reach
of t h e A l b a n y
s w i m m e r s . A n o t h e r A l b a n y victory in t h e 4 0 0 y d . relay did
little t o affect t h e final s c o r e of
62-51. •
T h e first t h r e e m e e t s of t h e
swim season h a v e m a d e it clear
t h a t A l b a n y has t h e individual
s w i m m e r s t o keep u p with any
school in the S U N Y A C .
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SUM trailing by tun p o i n t s ,
Albany narrowed t h e margin
considerably with a s t r o n g showing in t h e 2 0 0 y d . butterfly
event. Jaik S h u b e r t t o o k a first
with a time of 2 : 2 6 . 6 a n d Jeff
Rosen grabbed third. S h o w i n g
considerable d e t e r m i n a t i o n a n d
hustle, Albany won t h e n e x t
three events as well. K e n Weber
scored a victory in t h e 100 y d .
freestyle a n d Mark Eson t o o k
CAMPUS CENTER 3 4 6 / '
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The Pups o p e n e d u p t h e i r post-vacation play on t h e right foot
this p a s t
Saturday
night,
defeating visiting S c h e n e c t a d y
Community College by a score
of 71-46. T h e Pups came from
b e h i n d very early in the first
half, and were never h e a d e d ,
thanks t o strong p e r f o r m a n c e s
by Harold Merritt, J o s e AHcea,
and Mich Kapner.
The game o p e n e d with A l b a n y
winning the j u m p , a n d missing
its
first
shot. S c h e n e c t a d y
followed suit w h e n t h e y t o o k
control, and s o t h e ball b o u n c e d ,
back and forth, with n e i t h e r
team scoring. T h e P u p s l o o k e d
stale, and p r o b a b l y felt even
worse when J i m O'Brien s u n k
the first of 3 straight b a s k e t s for
the visitors after 4 m i n u t e s hi<d
elapsed.
Suddenly, the Pups c a m e alive,
and led by Merritt, p u t 4 straight
through the h o o p , t o grub an H-G
lead. Another basket by O'Brien
tied it at H. then at 10, a n d after
that .Schenectady never came as
close again.
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ances a b o u n d e d as t h e Great
Danes took 8 firsts of t h e 13
e v e n t meet. By t h e e n d of t h e
m e e t , however, S t o n y Brook h a d
o u t m a n n e d Albany for ., 6 2 . 5 )
victory.
Albany S w i m Coach, Brian
Kelly, did n o t have t o l o o k far
for people t o praise in last
Saturday's m e e t against S t o n y
Brook. Great individual perform-
by Nathan Salaant
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Best of all, Bottle Hill came on first, so that we d i d n ' t have to sit
t h r o u g h a full set by Country
Oranota first. C.G. would like t o
follow in C o m m a n d e r C o d y ' s f o o t s t e p s , b u t t o d o that they'll have
t o find b e t t e r musicians a n d less derivative material. Country
Granola might have c o m e across b e t t e r in a bar (ie, if the listener
could d r i n k ) ; perhaps C o n c e r t Board might consider allowing beer
(at the least) in the Ballroom for such shows?
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1973
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Miller Stars as Danes Pull Out Victory
"We had lo have it. Everyone
knew
it
poor
through so many before. This is
defense, had worse ballhandling
what is meant by that over-used
(18
w o r d , poise. Then there's Byron
State,
by Bill Heller
wasn't
going
to
be
they
had
turnovers),
played
and
hadn't
easy." These were the words o f
regained the services of either
Miller, the "make il/break
John Quattrocchi as he and the
Reggie Smith or Werner K o l l n .
man for Albany. Byron's come a
it"
rest
The only bright spots in the very
long way, and w i t h every game
stiffesl challenge o f the season:
disappointing
Byron
lie seems destined to become the
rebound from a 76-7.? SUNYAC
Miller
Troch
leader of Ibis team. He poured in
loss lo Buffalo Stale the night
(20). Boh Rossi, who had I4.gnl
26 the night before, yet against
before and beat lough Predonia
leg cramps and had lo leave tile
Frcdonia, he would
on Saturday night. If the Danes
game in the final minute. And in
lake care o f the opposition.
didn't, their league record would
1'iedoiiia, the Danes would face
fall lo 1 0 . and their chances o f
the third best defensive team in
of
the Danes faced
their
(2d
loss were
points)
and
post-season play would he dim
lire nation (50 points a game),
indeed.
and also. ;i loud, mean crowd.
Things did not look promising
for
Albany.
Against
Buffalo
personally
Bob Rossi was hot ( 1 8 ) , but
Miller would be the difference.
It looked like a breaking point
When (he game was on the line,
for the Danes, hut they've been
and the season virlually hung in
the
air, Mr. Miller
upon.
was called
Eventually,
he
would
finish with 20. but now n meant
nothing.
The
scoreboard
showed
Fredonia 54 • Albany 5,!. One
second was left on the clock and
WAR TO END TOMORROW
Byron had one and one to shoot
from the foul line. The crowd
was
screaming
and
throwing
debris on the court. Even the
reff
was
nervous.
The
first:
Swish • the game was lied, the
overtime. The extra period was
just
as
see-saw
as lire
There will be a meeting for all
interested in playing .J.V. or Varsity lacrosse this Wednesday
afternoon, January 24 at '1:00,
No experience is necessary.
Meeting place is A . V , room
{inside wrestling room) on the
third floor o f the gym.
entire
game. Bui in the end, it
by Robert Mayer
Lacrosse
second: in and m i l - il wenl to
was
Byron again: h i l l i n g the last four
points o f live game to give Ihc
Danes a sweel 02-58 w i n . They
did what they had t o .
Wrestlers Win Second; Freshmen Star
into
by Kenneth Arduino
The
Albany
wrestling
leain
Amherst
being an
in
an
Dining the recess, a contingent
away
of Albany wrestleis participated
match last Saturday. The score
in Ihe M.I.T. wicslhng loiuna-
was 28 - Id and Albany is now
menl which was won by Albany
2-1.
a year ago. This lime the matBefore
looked
the
bleak
match,
as
things
lairy
men finished f o u r t h , bill Coach
Minis
failed lo make weigln and lire
142 II). class would have lo be
lurleiled
This
is
one
weight
lo hold n, bin thai was nol lo
freshmen, Wall Kal/. and Ethan
This rusliness was going lo be a
happen. Jell Albiecht (150 l b s ) ,
Grossman. Kal/., who won on a
of
problem
Tom Horn (158 l b s ) , and Doug
forfeit, beat his would-be oppo-
Horn
nent In an exhibition match via a
great shape and has really helped
pin in the second period.
the team.
lire Heavier wrestlers have failed
Bauer
(Id/
lbs.) all won de-
Ethan
cisions and Rudy Vido added a
Grossman (134 lbs ) and helped
diuw in the unlimited class lo
by a forfeit at 118 lbs , Albany
wrap up Albany's scoring.
broke
into
lbs.) and
a
big
singled out
Grossman pinned his man In a
little
over
four
minutes.
Doth
experience
under
came back
his
bell.
(his year
In
Undefeated captain Jeff Albrechl
kept his winning streak
But
Coach GarcJa was quite happy
weie praised by Garcia for doing
alive
Albany has hud leads before and
with the team's performance He
a j o b far belter than expected.
ship ability and the time lie puts
PAGE TWELVE
lead.
a lot
comjieting
lie
.mil
remarked
beltci
ih.u
they
I I 1)0 a.m.
1:15 a.m. Jell
for
Albany,
both
taking
foutlll
T o m Horn was also praised for
his work with only a hall season
(I2f>
loiirnamenl
high
for praise the Iwo
Moody
disappointed,
Albiecht and Tom I loin finished
since December K i t h . Some indi-
Sparked by Iwo pins by Dick
ilns
and finished al
was the first match lor lire team
noi
calling
learns
A second problem is lli.n ibis
team had
not
stalled wicslhng al
losing n put Albany in the hole.
the whole
was
schools
to win as Minis is undefeated,
viduals wrestled in loiiinanienls
Gaicia
loughei lli.in lasl year with rnoie
class thai Albany usually expects
but
while
credits.
won Us second match by handily
beating
Wrestling
R.A. and carrying a lull load of
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
Garcia praises his leader-
Coach I,.nil,i also pulsed his
assistant
led
Peterson for
Ins
fine job as a coach, (iaicia was ill
and Peterson was able to step in
and do a greal j o b .
This
match
Wednesday
against
wrestling
I'lallshiirgh
has
been postponed because of problems al
I'luttsburgh.
TUESDAY. JANUARY 23, 1973
We were children innocently
attempting Lo reckon with it
world that was full of things
children d i d n ' t understand. Our
elders understood because many
had witnessed the bitterness of
war. Yel our elders for the most
pari were Viilent. It was their
country, and their president, and
their sons thai were going to
fight for then- unique kind of
democracy - for a country that
never understood whatdemoerncv was about
Sure, it was going l«> lake a lot
to realize that somewhere he
I ween mom anil apple pie ami
the American flan there was Napalm. We were always the good
guys, always right and morality
was an absolute (hid fashioned
fit mi American democracy and
American tree enterprise
And
we who were taught I bat it
really did not matter whether
one was black or while, |ew or
gentile, the important difference
was whether one W i l s ;, "com
m u nisi o i a me MI bei ti I I he
"free w o r l d " We who hail been
laughl hi accept Ihe f o l d War
should have been conditioned lo
accept Us tmK lu,;it',,l ronelu
sum. .i re;,| w.n Willi real bombs
burst mi; in an
,,,
...
..
.
.. .
...
,
,
nation seek a scapegoat? By
definition, those who " b e t r a y "
// s written m the ashes of (he village (owns we burned,
iCs written in (he emp(y beds of fathers unreturned
t|l) . ir c o u n l r y . s HlIies in w a r a r e
and the chocolate
in the babies eyes will never understand
,
,
, ., .
, .
..
.
.
ivhen you re white boots marching
m a yellow
land.
»ur love for this country by
saving her f r o m barbarous traitors?
Will Richard Nixon thank us
'<"' maybe having saved thousands of lives by applying pressure to end his war? No, he will
continue lo speak for lhat America which never understood lhat
there is no such thing as "peace
with h o n o r " ; peace is honor. It'
our protest made us traitors,
then let il be. I much rather be a
traitor in the eyes of Mr. Nixon
than a son-of-a-bitch in the eyes
of ( i o d .
Phil
erf til? I low could a general ion
that had never seen war, dial
lenge those who perpel ualed i f
We tried very bard, and Ihe scars
are very deep, and maybe that is
why one student articulated ihe
feeling* of millions when she
said, " I can't believe it's really
over, I just don'i believe il "
After My Lai and ('alley can .1
be forgotten"' After four stu
dents lay because they protested
Ihe war can we think it is fin
ished" After McCarthy and Ken
nedy. after Kiehard Dailey and
Kiehard N i x o n , after May Day
and Cambodia, could it be Ihal
after all these memories peace
has come lo that part of the
world. Can Ihe nightmare o f so
many suddenly turn into the
dream of peace''
Ye! il was nol our cold war, n
was nol mil definition of pain
ol ism, .tiid il was not our wish lo
be in Vietnam
Society bad
failed somewhere |u instill in us
t o i i l e u i p ! loi am hum,in being
because Ins value* differed with
ou.s Soeicl\ bail tailed lo make
us a bunch ol immoral bastard*
And s.i when mn boys traded
then civilian clothes lor tailzies
and Combat bonis we hailed oui
Perhaps u is some loud ol
divine irony thai Lyndon John
son died a little bit more Hum
I went y lour hours before Nixon
announced a settlement Lyndon
Johnson, a president whose do
meslic record will never enise
ihe memory of Vietnam 1 le was
ihe man who was largely respon
sibl e for
A m erica 's tragic
involvement and will be remem
bered by many as a tormented
man, too weak lo resist flu*
insanity id' Ins military advisers.
innocence and grew up i*v**r
night
We tried desparalely lo make
them listen to Olll pleas. We
challenged then hypocrisy and
their silence Hut bow could we
who did not understand what
power meant, challenge Ihe pow
How can those who suffered
tin' agony id' Mr Johnson's deci
sioti I eel grief at his passing
away'.' He did not suffer the
pains of 25,001) mothers, and
fathers, and wives, and children
who never will MM* those they
loved again. Mr Johnson did not
(h'hti
feel the anguish of a mother as
she witnessed her son gciting o i l
a plane with • nly one leu or
maybe none
The fbig, a symbol o! unity,
will l'l\ at half masi now for
l l u r l y days Yel Mi Johnson did
more io undermine American
unit y than any other leader since
the Civil War. He was the one who
divided ibis nation into doves
and hawks and he was ihe one
who resigned because millions
could not rails behind Ihc mad
slaughter in Vietnam Thai be
died | us I when the war is ending,
only makes il more dil I'icuti loi
history h i separate him from
Ameria's rule m Vietnam
And then there is Kiehard Mil
bouse
NlNon,
sell o.d.uned
apostle ol pence, who wilt now
proclaim llllttsel I as Ihe one man
who has made ihe world sale foi
a "generation ol peace" Can
those parents whose sons died
between last October and now,
lustily Nison's "peace with lion
o r " " lie, like bis predecessor,
will also live with Ihc knowledge
that those who make war can
never be at peace. I low in the
world can a man who knows
ihal his orders destroyed hospi
tals, schools, and babies sleep al
night? dual as Vietnam will never
end for those who have lost the
ones they cherished most, it will
never, I'VIT end lor Richard Nix
on. Like Johnson, till the day he
dies it will be the albatross a
round his neck.
There is one other very important matter- Itiehard Nixon fold
the nal ion in bis hroadci
us be proud lhat A lire
l'('t
did
nol settle for a peace that would
have be-1 rayed our allies." He
seems lo be paving the way for
what we were warned about for
years. Thai is, after a war Ihal
achieves no victory, will the
"traitors". Arc we who showed
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On Page 9 ...
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On Page 10...
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