Long Basketball Season Comes to a Close 18 & ALBANY

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ALBANY
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PRESS
San UnMnlty at Ntw York «r Albmy
Frldty, Uirch 23. 1973
Long Basketball Season
Comes to a Close
pages 18 & J9
The LX'AC Baskeibnll tournament represented the
last same lire Great Danes will play this season.
Shown above, to the left ami to the light are sonic
o f lite reasons why Doc Sailers (below, I c l i ) came
through
with
his eighteenth
stiaighl
non-losing
season. F r o m left to right, at top, the learn members
aie Harry Johnson, Hob Rossi, Weinei Kolln, Dave
Welchoas, Reggie Smith. The remaining playei above
is Mike Doyle from Union College, who was voted
the Most Valuable I'layer of the tournament.
To the middle, left and right, arc pictured two ol
the l o p contenders I'm Most Valuable I'layei o f the
Team honure, John Quattrocchi,, and H y m n Miller.
On litis, the last basketball back page, we couldn't
forget to include those great Albany fans who weie
there when they were needed and directly below,
you see one of the main reasons the Danes had such
a great season, their jumping ability.
Well, this is your loving basketball phologiaphei
saying "see ya next season."
photos by niagnien and slawsky
PLEASE RECYCLE PAPER
Campus Exchange:
Ex-Cons at Harpur, Maine
Compiled
I
by Mark
SUNY
I
iitcofsky
Binghamptoii m a y
not
State
Prison
plaint
with the state's
also
time.
Students
asking the court
are
whether
Rights Commission charging em-
the trustees may again raise tui-
two
the
p l o y m e n t discrimination against
tion next fall w i t h o u t bargaining
Space C o m m i t t e e a n d t h e o t h e r
ex-prisoners b y the University of
with t h e s t u d e n t s .
before the B r o o m e C o u n t y Leg-
Maine's
islature, are a p p r o v e d .
pus.
proposals, one b e f o r e
T h e most controversial alterna-
Portland-Gorham
early release to a t t e n d the uni-
edited by Daniel Ross
It has been r e p o r t e d in
proposed half-way house for ex-
transferred
SUNY
convicts. T h e proposal
and says he was t u r n e d
to
Portland-Gorham
that
a four-man
at
Stony
Suites-
suite at
Brook
was
down
r o b b e d by four males, each of
"a section of one of the d o r m i -
twice when he applied for cleri-
w h o m was armed with a gun. A
tories
cal
to house 30
to 4 0
ex-
positions/C/iromcfc,
D r e a m . March 6 ) .
SUNY
*****
The
following
Chronicle
Binghamptoii
is
also
television w o r t h a b o u t $ 1 0 0 and
$ 1 9 0 in cash was t a k e n . It seems
structured e n v i r o n m e n t ' in o r d e r
t o readjust t o civilian l i f e . " (Pipe
March
19)
March
thai
is
from
of Higher
the
Education,
19, 1 9 7 3 : " A g r o u p of
the
through
robbers
had
entered
an open d o o r and or-
dered the residents to "lie down
on
the
ground"
so that
they
considering housing senior citi-
u n d e r g r a d u a t e s has filed a class-
w o u l d n ' t gel h u r l . One s t u d e n t
zens on
action lawsuit totaling almost $5
was able t o lock himself in his
million against the University of
r o o m and call C a m p u s Security
c a m p u s . If
approved,
Harpur will be the s e c o n d university
unit
to
make
such
a
Southern
California,
claiming
w h o then called Suffolk
m o v e , the first being SUC-BulTa-
that its trustees had b r o k e n an
ty's
lo
implied c o n t r a c t with t h e m by
robberies
who
began
housing
senior
citizens this fall.
*****
A former inmate at the Maine
repeatedly
the
past
jumped
raising
three
from
tuition
years.
over
Tuition
S I 8 0 0 to $ 2 , 4 6 0
this
(ith
Precinct.
have
semester,
April 4 • 12 marks SUNY A s 4th Annual Earth Week. To commemorate
Press will run a series of articles
Coun-
Two
other
occurred
there
including
a girl
w h o was t h r e a t e n e d with a knife
and l o b b e d .
SAIGON
T h e release of the Inst 1-18 American prisoners in I n d o c h i n a unci
withdrawal of remaining U.S. t r o o p s in V i e t n a m began T u e s d a j
under eleventh-hour agreements worked o u t in Saigon and Vientiane.
U.S. officials in Saigon and Washington said the moves will be
c o m p l e t e d by T h u r s d a y , o n e day after the deadline w r i t t e n into the
Paris peace agreement signed Jan. 27.
A four-day impasse over release of nine Americans c a p t u r e d in
Laos and held by t h e C o m m u n i s t P a t h e t L a o delayed the h o m e c o m ing of the American prisoners held in V i e t n a m as well as that of the
5,000 remaining U.S. troops.
AP
Security forces m o u n t e d a massive search Sunday
named Jean and Pat w h o lured three British a r m y s;i
murder trap.
Descriptions of the girls were distributed through o i i l
Ireland. They were based on information from a erit •ally
soldier w h o survived the plot, widely a t t r i b u t e d
Republican A r m y ' s diehard Provisional wing.
Both girls were described its between 18 and 22 ye
lull names were not disclosed.
T h e surviving soldier, whose identity is being withh
of his jaw shut away and one hullel lodged in his spine.
T h e IRA is waging a terror campaign t o force the B n l i
Northern Ireland and untie the P r o t e s t a n t - d o m i n a t e d prov
overwhelmingly R o m a n Catholic Ireland lo the S o u t h .
headed.
By Katlty Eckerle
liable e x p e r i e n c e . Of their
the p r o b l e m s .
major " v i c t o r i e s " in the c o m i n g
yeais.
each b r o u g h t
a
two
lesson
P Y E ' s very first project was an
area
group,
ference o n Y o u t h al the Com-
When plans were a n n o u n c e d lo
called it " P r o t e c t Y o u r Environ-
m o d o r e Hotel in N Y C . T h e ex-
e x t e n d Interstate 88 through the
They
formed
a
with it.
m e n t , " and fought for the legis-
hibit, m u l t i - m e d i a ecology s h o w ,
beautiful
lation lo do it.
d r e w praise and r e c o g n i t i o n for
joined
the S U N Y A c h a p t e r .
g r o u p s in preserving
This was the beginning of P Y L .
an
environmental
Bozenhill region. PYE
oilier
But with the praise came indignant r e t o r t s from n e r v o u s Alba-
that.
the
ny industrialists. Cries of " K e e p
charming
out
construction
country
into
a frenzy
ol
activity in the 1970's.
of
our
community,
PYE: A Button
don't
after
environmentalists
Soon
the
Rowayton
live
stop
here,"
them
you
plagued
civic
this
area.
Ihough
il
would
he
a
r o u t e for a h i g h w a y ,
would
destroy
m a n y of the natural resources of
not
the area. T h e s t r e a m s , the gorge
investigating
and the Bozenkill Falls would all
but
from
the
concerned
R e p o r t s compiled hy PYE said
movement
that was t o launch schools across
did
polluting p r a c t i c e s in the area. In
be
SUNY A c a m p u s . It was worn by
some
went on as p l a n n e d .
Jon
of a t m o s -
c o m p a n i e s l o h e l p . General ElecI n c . for e x a m p l e , m a n u f a c t u r e d
technical data lo really s u p p o r t
A t t r a c t e d hy the success of the
and d o n a t e d , free of charge, the
the issue, the concern of PYE
R o w a y t o n drive and the forma-
samples used l o suivey air pol-
members
tion
lution in the area
and
button
made
Us d e b u t o n
S c o t t , professor
the
pheric science.
of
the
new
organization.
Scotl o b t a i n e d a gram to b u y a
cases, they
Perhaps
the
even got big
biggest
crusade
b a t c h of the b u t t o n s symboliz-
during S p r i n g , 1070 was againsl
ing
Tobin
the
environmental
move-
ment.
in
danger
Though
if
constiuction
PYE investigations found the Tobin Packing Co. dumping untreated
wastes into P a t r o o n Creek. The issue is n o w before t h e c o u r t s .
the teporl lacked the
thioughout
the
at
stun pol
|ienallies
of
citizen
groups as well, succeeded in canceling the project.
at lei
finally c o m p l e t e d . T h e
veidict:
"We r e c o m m e n d against the in-
the New York State Health De
stallation of chlorination
point in the Capilol District. We
Tobin
paitnienl
ties in this situation due l o the
sold b u t t o n s lo area g r o u p s w h o .
polluting
in t u r n , sold I hem to m e m b e r s .
has been a c o n t i n u i n g issue with
community
In llns w a y . groups could raise
dodging r o b i n e x e c u t i v e s t h a t ' s
cade C o r p . After
money
still
s t u d y . I'YF c o n c l u d e d thai " t h e
Creek and d u m p s its waste water
port
wenl
proposed
effluent into it.
that
Tobin
to develop
local
PYE activi-
Willi
the
extent
in P a t r o o n
occupying
the
of
Us
Creek.
efforts
Il
ol
PYE silicic-ills (sec Close-Upl
lacing
the e n v i r o n m e n t a l
crisis
T h e First Earth Day
Albany
PYE
hosted
planning
March
1 9 7 0 - E a i t l i Day.
'flic
slate-wide
dining
n o w . the political science leachoi
a
result:
the
PYE resolved lo e d u c a t e
inform
and
the public of their pre-
dicament.
In
addition.
PYE
campus
was
Planet
Earth"
and
municating
the
proposing
problems
immediate
and
solutions
How successful, i h c n . has PYE
been d u i m g the past l o i n years''
Leave O u r C o m m u n i t y A l o n e !
flic
energetic
Crisis" i n f o r m e d
spun
ol
the
As a c o n s e q u e n c e , Boise-Cascancelled
are just
"The
Out
Lake
t h e University
PYE litis seemed witnesses in
suns
againsl
Atlantic
get
a
polluteis
Cement
Bikeway
population.
PYE's
as
helped
muled
through
of To-
president,
John
" d i s c u s s " the m a t t e r .
out
Through-
the discussion Watson con-
stantly
pointed out
had
should
opposed
Success was slow. PYE met the
that
be
watched
T h e y ' v e kepi
oi
pinning
pollution and
whal
In
shoit.
til
PYE has kepi
educational
slowed progress d o w n . But with
spirit
Earth
d n v c d r e w ihese enthusiasts to
each set-back, P Y E gained tnval-
t h r o u g h o u t the yeai
Week
the
alive
the
hy
ibis
into
Patroon
yeai
Patroon
the Rochester
Delta
Lab.
s o m e t h i n g d o n e about
In
the
before
a
lo
be
Sewage
1974).
meantime,
Creek
cleaning
may
have
student,
has
taken
Tobin
to
court
under the Refuse Act of
1890.
In ordci
lo d o tins, the
Army Corp of Engineers had to
PYE
the
the c o m p a n y really is polluting.
After a long d e l a y , the C o r p
finally a n i v e d . c o m p l e t e d
investigations,
sug-
and
their
charged
T o b i n on six different c o u n t s .
Which b u n g s us lo t o d a y . T h e
the
standing of the sun is u n c e r t a i n
Waison assured llicm that
at the piesent m i n e as. tlie long
dumping
feasibility
il
study
into
would
he
court process has yel reached a
decision o n the Tobin case. Yel
done
The
Patroon
lices foi six days to d e t e r m i n e if
Ninth
gested chloiiiiating the effluent
Cieek
can be d o n e about II.
and
Creek
T r e a t m e n t Plant were completed
industii
toes by
health
waste
e x a m i n e T o b i n ' s d u m p i n g piac-
p i o b l e m would be solved
political m a c h i n e
Packing
once
which
mosl til all. the n u m b e r of i h e m
Patroon
that
(piojected
complex
Meat
Interceptor
C o m m i t t e e publicizes legislation
siglu b y t h e n . b i n .
Every
M.
Watson, invited PYE m e m b e r s to
the next fall. P Y E b u l l o u s were
PYE
Tobin
y e a i . Pelei Van Scoik. a former
b i n ' s meals.
a common
projects
Legislative Watchdog
articles tin
over-
such
They
boycott
their
how
the
finally gained some g i o u n d this
economic
yeai
o v e i the s u m m e r l o
showed
So
C o m p a n y c o n t i n u e d t o pour un-
and
Sewer
the
pus.
and
PYE's
Tobin's
c i o w d s lo pun lite lecture halls
pollution
two of
recycling
aiound
only
up
pa
carried
ihe
polluter of P a t r o o n Creek.
lo d o . PYE organized a picket
the
and
"emphasize"
not
The three year struggle to get
scnl then data.
ei cases.
ahsts on then
on
con-
T h e Sprit Is Alive
These
cieuicd an " a w a r e n e s s " on cam-
lo hcai e n v i r o n m e n t a l i s t s speak
foi
While the slate debated what
S p n n g . 1970 d a y s s p o i l e d large
i ml
plans
A t t o r n e y - G e n e r a l ' s office to pre-
Albany and slailcd can and pa-
Community
movement
whenevei possible.
in
PYE was invited to the State
were carried t h r o u g h .
Saturday
h o w e v e r . At tick's like " T w e n t y
public and elected officials
com-
ol
in Alla-
For
lo
was
Creek was sited as a hazard t o
Il did not s t o p alter S a t u r d a y
Doing
on
living organisms.
efforts. There ate n u m e i o u s oth-
Worth
of
h a p p e n lo the area if the plans
e n v i r o n m e n t a l issues.
Things
period
2-.
enveloped
would be a bason b e t w e e n the
time
treated
st tuclioti.
ot " a n issue of survival."
use
short
Creek...and
ment
enure
land
the
need for c h l o r i n a t i o n . " T h e re-
into the Creek were b o t h of such
a picket-boycoll
an
is stiuaied on the
a p r o p o r t i o n to be d a n g e i o u s t o
A Tiash-ln al Washington Pnik.
n i o n l . .for
negligible benefits lo be deiived
and
tailed indication of what would
days,
,1 p o l l u t i o n n o t h i n g short
second
Albany
p l a n n i n g . " There followed a de-
I'Yf
agai
the
mid-
April
As A i l " exhibit
prudent
facili-
the
tion and the hoi w a t e i e m p t i e d
cade
snuggle
would
aica. Tobin
in
C r e e k . The p h o s p h a t e concentra-
of
T o b i n ' s . Ed C o w l e y ' s " E n v i r o n -
tlie
extensive
Company
polluter
demands
exhibits,
called
an
Packing
worst
Meal
land p r o f i t e e r i n g o b l i v i o u s to the
problem
early
Boise-Cas-
Tobin
PYE found tats thriving in the
the
the
iccicalumal
the
named
a flagrant e x a m p l e of
the c a m p u s 10 the seriousness of
during
by
development
represent
of lite '7()'s. P l o t . R o b e r t Rteci w h o stirred the e m o t i o n s
fects til a planned
Concerned
Creek
investigate lire e n v i r o n m e n t a l ef-
a
the
of P a t r o o n
Citizens of Taglikamc ( N . Y . ) lo
became
called
gation
tlie evicence n e e d e d t o confront
campus
group
feasibility
lepori
was
PY1: is hopeful.
Nader Highlights Week
i^
considering adopting tougher d r u g laws
Vermont Stale Representative Roy Vance has i n t r o d u c e d •' lull
making first nine possession of marijuana punishable by six years in
prison nntl a $5,11(111 line A second conviction for mere possession
would resull in life in prison Willi no possiblitj of parole
Lnviionmental advocate Ralph
light Laith Week activities w u h
onnienlal Hazaids Man-made and
he piesented in the SUNYA g y m
-I al 7 ;u pni
ZNS
ALBANY
Nadei will higha lectuie " E n v n Maii-iemedied" lo
Wednesday. April
Nadei's a p p e a i a u c e will help kick oil events ol
Laith Week '7 1, Apul 4 I J
Armed with a shone, htm of tax t u t s and a light trim on New York
State spending, the legislature's Republican leadership this week will
a t t e m p t to push a record I H.77 liilhon budget through the t w o
houses
T h e minority D e m o c r a t s pledge l o wage it floor light over the
proposed spending plan, however, d e m a n d i n g logger e x p e n d i t u r e
reductions and deeper lax cuts
T h e budget, s o m e $ 1 2 0 million thinner limn originally recommended by Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, m u s t be enacted by S u n d a y ,
April 1, the start of the stale's 1973-74 hscal year, and It is e x p e c t e d
to come lo a vote Wednesday or T h u r s d a y .
I
In 1 9 6 9 , PYE began an investi-
A year later, P Y E was asked In
Meat Packing C o m p a n y .
a
tion on live pail of citizens m
Vermont
The Tobin Story
the s t a t e ,
hacking
MONTPELIER
W h i l e Inosl s l a t e s III lite 1' S
Close-Up:
Many s t u d e n t s w o r k e d lo gather
awareness, u n d e r s t a n d i n g and ac-
WOUNDED KNEE
Lawyers for militant Indians occupying W o u n d e d Kn
hlatn
federal court order Sunday allowing six carloads ol
)d I.
delivered lo the blockaded village.
Judge Andrew Boglte grunted lite t e m p o r a r y restraining
U S. District Court at Rapitl City, S U , t o allow a t t o r n e y s from
American Indian Movement, AIM, to deliver food, medical supp
antl cooking fuel daily In lite :j:>() persons in Wotindi •d Kn
Militant Indians led hy AIM have o c c u p i e d the village since Felt
Meantime, AIM leader Russell Means said there was a poss i b t h u
a break in the s t a l e m a t e
Student
accomplished,
devote their t i m e t o w o r k i n g on
F r o m the stall PYE called foi
A I'
The Albany
what it's
exhibit at the G o v e r n o r ' s Con-
lics.
WASHINGTON
The Supreme
Court today lei stand the c o n t e m p t cil
Harvard professor w h o spent seven days in jail rather tit;
confidential sources lo a erand jury investigating the
Papers case.
Political scientist Samuel L. Popkin argued that the CO t i n sit
review his case though he was released from jail when the grand
Wits dismissed.
G o v e r n m e n t a t t o r n e y s c o n t e n d e d , however, that lire en
moot when the jury was discharged last Nov 28 T h e g
said it hits " n o present i n t e n t i o n " of seeking P o p k i n ' s lithe grand jury p r o b e should he resumed.
T h e high court dismissetl Popkin's appeal over the hjecll
Justice William O. Douglas w h o would have heard the case
the event.
on campus:
tion of the marshlands in their
The
BELFAST
movement
b e c o m i n g alarmed at the condi-
event, a little yellow and green
BEIRUT
Iraqi troops have pulled back a s h o r t distance from t h e lines they
set up l'/s miles inside Kuwait last week, easing the b o r d e r dispute
t h a t e r u p t e d six days ago, Beirut newspapers r e p o r t e d t o d a y .
Iraqi jets c o n t i n u e to m a k e reconnaissance flights over K u w a i t , hut
Iraq also was r e p o r t e d t o have w i t h d r a w n a n u m b e r of its tanks from
the border as a good-will gesture.
M a h m o u r Riad, secretary-general of the A r a b League and chief
mediator between the t w o oil-rich neighbors, said K u w a i t and Iraq
had agreed to establish a joint c o m m i s s i o n t o n e g o t i a t e the
demarcation of their disputed border. He said an Iraqi delegation
would visit Kuwait soon lo discuss formation of the c o m m i s s i o n
AP
on the environmental
what it s doing now, and where it s
In 1 9 6 9 , a group of R o w a y t o n ,
*****
man
requests
NEWS BRIEFS
C o n n , high school s t u d e n t s were
cam-
Philip S h a w , w h o got an
versity's Augusta c a m p u s , later
space is the
convicts w h o need a ' s o m e w h a t
I
Human
duringthal
b e just tor s t u d e n t s n e x t year if
tive use of d o r m
I
has filed a com-
The Spirit of PYE in '73
Preceding the guesi s p e a k e i , specific p r e s e n t a t i o n s
will be made In \'\ I Piesidenl Cieoige Keleshian
h u n o i m g local enviionincjita! activists.
Co-sponsois t.l ihe lectuie include l-oiuni of
Politics. Siudenl Associalion, Ihe Political Science
and Economics I V p a i i m e n i s , and I'VE
Doois will open al o HI pin foi student II) holdcis
and ,ti 7 11(1 pni loi ihe geueiul a u d i e n c e .
AP
PACE TWO
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1973
TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1973
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TO THE BOOKSTORE.
COME IN AND BUY
A COPY.
i
BOOKSTORE
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BARGAINS
BLIZZARD
OF
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BOOKS
Shuttle Bus Makes the Rounds
T h e T e r m Paper Scandal
//
"Once You Start Using Them, You're Hooked
The uptown shuttle bus is designed to alleviate parking problems at SUNYA. This
service provides a bus within seven minutes anywhere on the shuttle route at peak rush
hours. The bus runs every 15 minutes at other times throughout the day. Hours of
operation are 7:52 a.m. until 5:15 p.m., Monday through Friday. All shuttle service
originates from the Administration Circle, and will stop to pick up or discharge
passengers anywhere on the shuttle route.
In Esquire X'ews Release
Companies selling term papers
10 college students have grown
so large, according to April
Esquire, ili.il they have become
multi-million dollar concerns.
Term paper files, once the province ul' fraternities, are now
handled by linns thai do nationw ide business and in some instances have SOU numbers so
ih.ii paiions across the country
can call in then orders toll tree.
One company, according to
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Just as the Albany Student Press tells it like it is
twice each week, KICK-in-the-ASP tries to tell it
as it isn't, never was, never will be, and it's a good
thing.
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by Patti Maslinoff
The Women's Liberation Movement is alive and well on the
Albany State Campus. But it
seems to many that it has been
operating underground for not
too much is known about it.
There
are several
different
groups each with different goals
and activities.
The start of the Women's
Movement at SUNYA is hard to
determine for many of the
women originally involved have
disappeared. Piecing In .jther the
various bits of in.urmation it
appears, that the birth of the
Women's M o v e m e n t on the
Albany Campus was during the
student strike of Spring 1970,
The Assembly Hall had been
taken over to serve as a Day Care
Center and a Women's group
began to develop. Throughout
this period and the following
year, they bore the ^titie of
Women's Liberation Front, This
is an indication of their radical
and political nature, similar to
the leftist movement of the
time. The problems between
those women more politicized,
and those women who preferred
conciousness raising was the
major source of conflit during
the fail semester of 1970. Most
of the women in this original
group split to join other groups
which better fit them. A cooling
period followed, and in the Fall
IU7I, the Women's Liberation
Group arose on campus According to Sherry Sussman, who has
been involved from the beginning, the Women's Group now
has a more positive approach.."just keeping it ongoing is fantastic."
Hut part of t h e reason that the
Women's Movement
has been
active on the Albany campus is
that it is not restricted to one
group. Women's Liberation is an
intensely personal experience.
Each woman needs to express
herself in an individual way and
the variety of groups and activities on this campus reflects this
need,
The Women's
Liberation
Group is an SA funded "cultural" activity. According to Peggy
Nadler, who presently heads the
group, "Us purpose as stated in
the Constitution is to inform
men and women in the
university community of problems which face women and to
find solutions to remedy them.
We do this through films and
speakers.
The g r o u p m e e t s every
Monday, alternating its format
every week, for a three week
period.
A film is presented on the first
Monday. The purpose of the
documentaries is information.
This year, though other films
have been shown which according to Peggy are very similar to
films shown in much of the
media today. Hopefully, because
they are shown by Women's
Liberation, viewers will take a
deeper look.
A speaker generally is on the
agenda for the second Monday.
The speakers have come from
out of the area, within the
Albany community, and from
the university. Topics have
included women in the church,
media and education.
The speakers and films provide
a source of new ideas to be
discussed as a group and to be
examined personally. Andrea
explained the reasons that she
attends the films and speakers:
He's liable to misunderstand.
"I feel a sense of unity that what
I face is not unique and may be
shared by women all over the
world. I realize that other
women are confronted with the
same problems,"
The third week is a business
meeting. Discussions include
plans for action, weekend
conventions in the area and new
ideas to be explored. Generally,
these are thrown open to the
g r o u p and t h e n
followed
through by individuals.
A group of women -is- now
working on an April 6, 7, 8
wekend convention to be held
at Albany State, It is intended to
cover a broad spectrum of
interests from its start on Friday
evening until the conclusion
Sunday afternoon. The tentative
plans schedule a speaker for
Friday night to lecture on
Women and the Media. It will be
followed by the entertainment at
Henways of the band-Sweet
Jenny Grit. Workshops are
planned for Saturday. The topics
are to include: Women in
Politics,
Verbal
Karate,
Abortion, Women in Literature,
Women in Medicine, Feminist
Counseling,
Housewives,
Secretaries, Women in Prisons,
Lesbianism, Women in Science,
Women in Media, Self-Defense,
Men's Consciousness Raising,
and a Sell-Help Clinic. Literature
and crafts will be sold
throughout the day
Saturday night should feature
the
film,
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previously shown on campus,
and n short film on Lesbianism
entitled
I he It....... Movie
Afterwards, hopefully there will
be women performers at I he
coffeehouse in the Campus
('enter. ( A n y o n e interested call
cast into the "feminine" role,
how to deal with jealousy in
women and present and future
roles in society. And even if no
cone lusions or answers are
reached, it is helpful to know
others are in the same situation.
Barbara and Sue stressed some
of the misconceptions that both
men and women have of
Women's Liberation
and
consciousness raising. They feel
that it is more of a "liberation of
people" and that "men don't
realize how much they will benef i t . " To e x e m p l i f y
this
statement, they told of an
incident several weeks ago, at
which several male friends were
invited to a consciousness raising
meeting to because of a desire to
communicate
and
to
demonstrate that this group does
not see itself as "against men,"
They went apprehensively, but
came
o u t beginning
to
understand, as one of the men
felt the next time that he picked
up a copy of Playboy. Barbara
said that men are surprised to
find that the women in
Consciousness Raising are
" g o o d - l o o k i n g " and have
boyfriends, which destroys the
myth that women are involved
in Women's Liberation because
they are ugly and can't get
married.
The Women's Student Caucus
is another student group on
campus. This differs from the
Women's Liberation Group in
that it is a branch of SUNY-wide
organization-SLNY Women's
Caucus. This group, which
Ma r y an n Topeeek presently
heads, deals with on-cam pus
related problems. They are
concerned with issues such as
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Peggy 7-5184). The weekend will
conclude with a party and
speaker on Sunday.
Another group of women
within the Women's Liberation
Group concerned about the
gynecological services on
campus. Barbara Matilsky felt
that the services offered on campus were inadequate and investigated a full-time gynecologist
and/or clinic. She was prepared
to do the arranging but found
Dr. Janet Hood to disapprove of
the idea. Dr. Hood, according to
Barbara, feels that the facilities
offered in downtown Albany are
sufficient. Barbara feels that a
more student-oriented clinic is
needed with sensitivity and services (including education)
geared to the needs of the
female student. The possibility
looks very dim, and Barbara
added, We have to educate ourselves. We never can learn
enough about our own body. It's
our body and our responsibility."
Consciousness Raising Groups,
a l t h o u g h originally started
through the Women's Liberation
Group, now operate separately
and on their own momentum.
S t a t e Quads C onsciousness
Rnising Group meets weekly and
according to Barbara Matilsky
and Sue Potter, both active with
this group, it has been a very
helpful and growing experience.
What is it'.' They describe it as a
"a small group of women who
discuss things prevalent on their
minds, oiler ideas and prepare
for when they will leave the
campus." The problems that
women encounter have led to
t he fol lo wi ng top ics lor
discu ssion relationships with
other women and men, being
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Women's Liberation at SUNYA
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the quota system for males and
females regarding entrance to
the unviersity. Because of this,
Mary Ann says, it is necessary for
a female to have a higher average
than a male. They are concerned
with sexism in class-remarks
made by professors. Many of
those involved in this group are
graduate students and thus concern often centers about problems for the graduate student
such as-femalesl receive according t o MaryAnn proportionately less grants than males
and the need for day care centers. There has been a day care
center in Pierce Hall, yet it is
now failing due to inadequate
funds and workers.
The Women's Faculty Caucus
headed by Ms. Joan Schultz of
the
English Department, is
another branch of the SUNY
Women's Caucus. It also is
concerned
mainly
with
university problems, especially
in relation
to the women
faculty. "It is the academic
world's equivalent
to NOW
(National
Organization of
Women)"
said
Ms.
Lois
Sklepowich. " I t is not a personal
or psychological
group, but
rather
very
political and
effective."
In
general,
the Women's
Faculty Caucus is concerned
with the fair employment of
women. Much to their delight,
Albany State has chosen by the
federal government to be investigated in terms of equal employment of minority groups in a
study
entitled
Affirmative
Action Plan. The equality of
employment of women is now
under investigation and a report
is expected sometime this year.
Recently, an Equal Employment
officer
for
women,
Dolores
Barracana Schmidt, was appointed, with the Caucus's help in the
screening and selection of
applicants. A subcommittee of
the Women's Faculty Caucus is
now working on the Women's
Studies Program. They recently
instituted a Women's Studies
Minor and are discussing plans
for the future, (perhaps a major)
but it was not done without a
complex history of events:
In early 1971, Mr. Irving
Verschoor, then Dean of General
Studies, received letters from
women in the community inquiring about the possiblity of
women's courses. Ms. Elinore
Posner, also involved with the
General
Studies
program,
contacted Ms. Diva Daims, of the
English Department, to discuss
the possibilities. Ms. Daims, Ms.
Joan Schultz, and others met
together to plan courses. By the
end of the semester, though they
were told that there was no
money
available.
However,
during that summer, Daims and
Schultz were notified that in the
Fall, ANS 300 Women in
Modern Literature would be
offered. They taught the course
jointly, adding it to the full
schedule, because the English
Department did not recognize it
as
part
of
th eir
load
requirement.
However, the
Department course committee
finally passed approval and last
Fall semester, ENG 313, Women
in
Modern
Literature was
offered.
Daims feels that a Women s
Studies course such as Women in
Modern Literature, which
she
teaches explores an opportunity
for questions not usually asked
in literature....what assumptions
are made in literature about
women, how accurately is the
characterization drawn, is the
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political c o n t e s t and "niiunl
j u m b o " since t h e 11172 preside
tial race.
Educational Scries
BLACK WEEKEND '73 N
April 6 - 8
Spanish Students Feel Repression
Madrid,
Spain
(CPS)--Two
University of Madrid s t u d e n t s
were w o u n d e d a n d several dozen
arrested March 9 when Spanish
police b r o k e u p a m e e t i n g of
students
at t h e University's
Faculty of P h i l o s o p h y building,
according Lo i n f o r m a n t s within
Lhe university c o m m u n i t y .
T h e s t u d e n t s were h o l d i n g a
discussion with a g r o u p of university faculty m e m b e r s when
I lie heavily a r m e d riot police
m o v e d in.
Much oT t h e University of
Madrid's lower faculty is o n
strike at present, primarily in
protest
over e c o n o m i c grievances.
S t u d e n t s in several faeulties-iucluding law, p h i l o s o p h y , letters a n d j o u r n a l i s m - h a v e gone
on strike for several days t o
express solidarity with t h e striking faculty m e m b e r s , ;md t o
protest Lhe g o v e r n m e n t ' s n e w
"campaign of r e p r e s s i o n " a n d its
decision t o return large contingents ol police t o t h e sprawling
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O c t o b e r for l h e first time in four
years.
During t h e last year, following
a I'our-moni h st rikc in 1 9 7 2
which s h u t d o w n most of t h e
ma j-or c a m p u s e s
throughout
Spain, all meetings of s t u d e n t s
and faculty of a n y soil or sUe,
o t h e r than for rcgitlarU schedul
I'd classes, h a w been illegal
When they were held, they were
the i m m e d i a t e target of police
intervent ion,
Spanish s t u d e n t s musi meet in
secret in small, s c a t t e r e d g r o u p
ings in o r d e r t o a v o i d a t t a c k s b y
the police. Nevertheless, they
live u n d e r c o n s t a n t fear of police
spies, police raids a n d police
infiltrators.
The
Universil y of Madrid
campus,
leveled
by (leneral
F r a n c o ' s artillery
during t h e
Spanish Civil War, was rebuili
over a vast area, Us faculties
s c a t t e r e d a n d s e p a r a t e d , a n d no
buildings centralized
for lhe
students
l o uel l o t - e t h e r
o r hold
cultural or o t h e r events,
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Latin A m e r i c a n s " by Immigration a n d Naturalization ( I N S )
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others.
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t h e m into a car in which t w o
Kcuadoreans were already imprisoned in handcuffs. T h e agents
drove o n a few blocks, then
picked
up I wo more
darks k i n n e d persons. T h e t h r e e plainl if Is were released when their
slat Us was proven.
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t o l h e ACLU
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of I N S in Ni'w York a n d a
defendant in t h e lawsuit, " h a s
s t a l e d publicly t h a t t h e d e fendants' practice of s l o p p i n g
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s t u d e n t s were o n c e allowed have
been eliminated. Divergent deans
and officials have been removed
and replaced with t h o s e most
closely s u p p o r t i v e of l h e F r a n c o
dictatorship. T h e (leneral Educational
Laws
which
once
governed tlie universities have
been revoked, a n d all governance
of t h e universities is in t h e h a n d s
of t h e police a n d g o v e r n m e n t .
Over t h e last few m o n t h s several dozen University of Madrid
s t u d e n t s have been s u s p e n d e d
and an u n d e t e r m i n e d n u m b e r
arrested when they a t t e m p t e d t o
hold meetings and discussions.
They join t h e h u n d r e d s of
Spanish s t u d e n t s w h o have been
in prison and w h o are n o w blacklisted, visited by t h e police, a n d
d e n i e d s u c h basic rights as a
passport a n d a driver's license.
Spanish s t u d e n t s can be sent l o
prison for six m o n t h s for participation in a d e m o n s t r a t i o n ,
b u t can serve u p t o six years for
belonging t o an "illegal organ
i / a t i o n , " an organization not approved b y t h e g o v e r n m e n t .
Despite this a n d l h e f a d t h a t
all political a n d s t u d e n t organizations a r e illegal in Spain, ihere
are a n u m b e r of u n d e r g r o u n d
parlies o l a political o r i e n t a t i o n ,
and u n i o n s of a m o r e general
orientation
with
considerable
si u d e n t
support
a n d par
ticipation.
Many of l h e m o r e active of
Spain's s t u d e n t s express ureal
concern over t h e n a t u r e of
Spanish fascism a n d t h e need for
d e m o c r a c y a n d socialism, but
concentrate
at present on
academic c h a n g e , t o r fear of t h e
even
more brutal
repression
which w o u l d resull were they lo
deal in national politics.
Although I bey are pessimistic
a n d d i vi ded a b o u t
Spam's
future, I hey see t w o hopeful
siyns. T h e first is t h e desire of
s o m e s e g m e n t s of t h e Spanish
ruling classes l o " l i b e r a l i z e "
Spanish instil in ions so lhat t h e
c o u n t r y can be brought into t h e
Common
Market, where opposition l o F r a n c o a n d fascism
remains, And l h e second is l h e
c o n t i n u e d strength and growth
ot ilie first successful working
class iu'e,ani/.iitiou and movement
in Spain li.i years l h e illegal
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facilities 1 fi kilometers from t h e
c a m p u s in a further a t t e m p t t o
separate s t u d e n t s from
each
other.
The c a m p u s itself, in t h e
n o r t h e r n part of this city of
three million, has r e t u r n e d in t h e
last few days Lo t h e s t a t u s of an
occupied s e c t o r . Police contingents are stationed, o n foot,
horseback a n d in vehicles, in
strategic central locations a n d
near t h e m o s t active faculties. In
t h e center of t h e c a m p u s t h e r e is
a police convoy on alert, which
includes four or five jeeps, several buses and trucks full of
police and a water c a n n o n . T h e
latter is set u p l o s p r a y water
d y e d green, so t h a t s t u d e n t s
caught by it can he easily identified and detained b y a n y policeman.
Discussions with University of
Madrid
students
find
them
caught between a powerful a n d
eloquently- expressed desire for
fundamental change in t h e political, e c o n o m i c and a c a d e m i c
s t r u c t u r e of Spain, a n d Lhe fact
lhat they feel that all their efforts in Ibis direction are so
brutally and successfully repressed. T h e result Is a p r o f o u n d
trust rat ion a n d sense of imp o t e n c e , which has led a large
n u m b e r t o seek jobs or schooling
in o t h e r countries.
Spanish s t u d e n t s live within a
d i c t a t o r s h i p , whose rigidly c o n
trolled e c o n o m y is d i r e c t e d b y
foreign c o r p o r a t i o n s and t h e
central g o v e r n m e n t . a n d whose
academic
s t r u c t u r e a n d curriculum are felt t o be i n a d e q u a t e
even for t h e last c e n t u r y .
Their efforts to change this
ihiough meetings, discussions,
pet i|ions, d e m o n s t r a t i o n s a n d
strikes- have closed t h e c a m
puses in past years. Their efforts,
however, have not resulted in
even minor concessions from t h e
government, which rules with an
iron hand and a firm s h o w of
force. T h e resulting sense of
frustration has kept t h e Madrid
c a m p u s relatively quiet t h r o u g h !
the first part of this s c h o o l year,
but l h real ens to unleash n e w
disorders, as the situation indeed
appears beaded t o w a r d .
Since l h e l'J72 strikes and
closures, t h e little p r o t e c t i o n
,oid l h e " d e m o c r a t i c " facade t h e
The Grasshopper
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PAGE EIGHT
crat, Beame h a s gathered j
p o r t from v a r i o u s political
ethnic groups. He h a s t h e c x |
ence of t h e c i t y ' s fiscal prohl
and would seem t o be t h e
lik
.' liki-h
preference in t h e Democra
m a c h i n e ' s c h o i c e in 1 9 7 3 .
T h e N e w D e m o c r a t i c Coaliti
has already given their back
t o Assembly d e p u t y leader, AI
bert B l u m c n t h a l . T h e endnr
m e n t came from a group of
liberal D e m o c r a t i c clubs
Whatever
John
Lindsay's
motives, political or mental were
for retiring from a post t h a t he
held for nearly eight years, h e
has caused fissure in New Y o r k
City.
O u t of several of t h e names
entered in t h e mayorality race,
four stand o u t as being t o p
c o n t e n d e r s . Nevertheless credit
should b e given t o all t h o s e w h o
have seriously considered the
idea of seeking o n e of t h e m o s t
u n w a n t e d positions in t h e political realm.
Representative Mario Biaggi is
one of t h e strongest c o n t e n d e r s
in the race. He is a m a n with
many credentials in his background, and as in t h e past, is
campaigning on t h e law a n d order t h e m e . Decorated
many
times in his role as a police
lieutenant, Mario Biaggi seems to
reflect m a n y of the characteristics rescmblent in Philadelphia's Mayor Krank Rizzo.
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Randye Kaye
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the installation of the President
of Mock Senate. This function
will be at 9:00 a.m. on Friday
March 30th.
At the first meeting of the
Mock Senate Delegations, the
Mayor of Albany, Erastus Cor
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This will take place at the Shera
ton Inn Towne Motor Inn, 300
Broadway; 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, March 28th.
The 23rd Annual New York
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through April 1st. The Mock
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setting a proximUy among New
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With
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contiguity exists between the
students and the administration
which they represent.
MaryAnn summed up the
feeling
of
the movement:
"People must be concerned.
People want things to happen
but
they just don't move.
Nothing is going to be handed to
women. It has be demanded."
Fri. March 30
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woman portrayed as a whole or
as part of a man? Do male as
opposed to female writers treat
women differently?
There are over 460 students
registered in courses now designated as Women's Studies. Yet,
comparitively there are few
women involved with the various
worn en's groups.
Daims,
Sklepowich, and Hahner all
agreed
that
a connection
between the Women's Studies
and the Women's Movement
may not be valid.
Daims said that students have
come after class to express their
involvement in Women's Liberation but that there is no effort
to do Consciousness Raising in
class. "Some students," she said,
"take my course because they
might want to approach literature in another way."
Sklepowich commented that
most of her students fall into
one of two categories. Either
they are very committed to
Women's Liberation and take
the course because of a "high
degree of personal involvement"
or they do not see themselves as
part of the Movement. These
students in the latter category
are, according to Sklepowich,
perhaps even afraid or turned off
but they are curious.
Although the Women's Movement is varied and active, it is
still small when one considers
the number of female students
attending SUNYA. Various reasons were proposed to explain
this. Sherry Sussman felt that
"people don't feel that Women's
Liberation is something to be
attended." MaryAnn Topecek
explained that some women are
turned off because the groups
are not political or radical
enough.
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Sorry this Isn't a long stemi
rose --happy b i r t h d a y anyway.
"Sacco and
Dear L i t t l u Brudder,
Cotifiiclous says: "RushTIKI
fail eventually d r y u p . " Bewai
drought
Snark.
Luvuand I
reception
by
"Black O r c h i d " with Sophia
building
One
mammoth
Loren
The
exlerior
how
is n o t an i s l a n d a p a r t
ingrown
and
inbred
t h e rest o f t h e
connections
between
anger
a
their
own
political
voter
supports
political
with
Corning
to
the
treat
as
men
they
the
from
and w o m e n
think
they
may
his
personal
not
to
who
be w i t h t h e m t o d a y , if
interests
p e o p l e will
office.
with
are
Nixon,
c o n g l o m e r a t e s d o n o t r e a l i z e , is t h a t
conglomerates'
them
a
h i m . What m a n y p o l i t i c i a n s
sentiments
frustration
topple
or
m u s t eat at h i m . W h e t h e r o r
frustrate
p e o p l e b u t force t h e m i n t o d e f e n c e l e s s
If y o u
actions
p o l i c i e s , his o w n i m p o t e n c e in r e g a r d
country's
defer
will
a
impotence
the capitalist
the consequent
which
not
national
effect.
mass of t h e
to
city
country.
t h e s t a t u s q u o of c i t y , s t a t e a n d
Nixon's economic
in h a n d
the
from
the
of t h e average A l b a n y v o t e r . W h e t h e r o r
prices m u s t deeply
continue
much
concrete.
Office
SLOB
opened
many
last
year.
just
it was such
they
refused
All of t h e fixtures
You
over
the
average
feel will g r o w
do
virtually
into
an
anything
to
positions.
scorn, they
only
weak
will s w a l l o w t h e i r p r i d e as
individuals
with
waterfall
title is the " S t a l e
or
critics
quality.
il
legislators
a waste
of m o n e y
their
floors
merely
individuals,
against
offices
in,
holdout,
all t h e legislators
t h e voices
seem
to
carpets,
go
complaining
hogany
for
and
the
no
of
about
protest
have
seem
T h e l a w m a k e r s ;ill
plush,
one
deep-
has
been
twist
heard
the comfortable ma
desks, the n a u g i h i d e covered ex
TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1973
T h e a r c h i t e i Is even included an " E x e c u in the plans.
tone"
speak • r system
Through the s y s t e m , legislators silting in
could
hear
d e b a t e s and
their o f f
s p e a c h e s live from t h e S e n a t e a n d Assem('hamhers
relax
in
In this
their
offices
way, they
during
However,
the
the
new
working
according
system
lo
doesn't
some
so well, A p p a r e n t l y ,
was u i u l e r w i r e d , a n d every
l o he
the SLOB
the next
while o t h e r s
t h a t t h e building is nol grandiose
one lawmaker
chum
al all
" l i s reall> a
very w o r k a b l e , c o m f o r t a b l e
Besides
Motor
what
lew years m o r e
against
this
not
boycott,
political
residents
for
the
success.
stores
machine
have b e e n
that
realize
of
men
they
is u l t i m a t e l y
it
of
powerless.
A&P's
will
not
mass
s t u d e n t s actively
effects
and
are
a great
p i c k e t i n g area
more
advantageous
n e g o t i a t i o n s with
treat
have
which
support
on
the
the big m o n e y lettuce growers, b u t
Albany
r e s i d e n t s w h o d o n o t yet see t h a t
p r i o r i t i e s w h i c h o p p r e s s e s s t h e U F W , also
them.
picketing
has b e e n
Nevertheless,
,IIH1
oblivious
the
of
selling
g o i n g on
too
the
They
represent
each
other's
ot
for
many
fact
that
non-union
the
tendency
interests,
five w e e k s , a n d
shoppers
the
so far
continue
rising
food
to
has met
patronize
prices t h e y
with
these
lettuce
both
of
money
big
share a c o m m o n
complain
of,
and
characteristic.
and
the
shopper
and
government
the
t o solely
for
worker
be
underpaid
damned.
The
ASP is in t o t a l
urge
everyone
F a r m w o r k e r s , and
ol
the c o n s u m e r
big m o n e y
Those
in
is i n t e r e s t e d
into organized
two
Avenue
interested
the
o f t h e e f f o r t s o f t h e local b o y c o t t e r s , a n d we
interested
Albany
in
helping
the
cause
resistence
actively
Friends
of
the
.igainst t h e c o n t i n u a l
although
working
United
frustration
t r i u m p h of
lines.
A&P s t o r e s have b e e n p i c k e t e d
stores
of
in t r a n s f o r m i n g t h e a i m l e s s
i n t e r e s t s , t o join t h e picket
Delaware
with
is
who
Up to n o w , only
and
support
who
other
lor
the Central
s t o r e s are
the boycott
Farmworkers.
=
>()22, a n d t h e y will be h a p p y
Ihe
II-story
main
The
group
being
should
can
Avenue
considered.
get
be
in
touch
reached
for y o u r
at
suppoit.
tower and
the
SLOB,
Ihe
Justice
and
been
Technical
o p e n e d , and each is e q u a l l y as impressive
rob arnish
Still far from c o m p l e t i o n are the C u l t u r a l
and
asked
the
when
Convention
A l t h o u g h t h e legislature has in the past
Circulation
Editor-in-Chief
gaiy ricciaidi
standards.
are unitized by
t h e scale of t h e KLIN Y A c a m p u s , b u t o n e
g r a n t e d al t h e Governor'sIxiquesL Back in
j n n e bunker
look at the S L O B c o n v i n c e s you t h a t t h e
1962 the e n t i r e p r o j e c t was e s t i m a t e d t o
mindy altman
Albany
cost
Some
people
campus
is
really
rather
ft'ifrU
over
matt meyer
t h e e n t i r e project will
" L e t ' s jusl h o p e we'll all still be here "
uneasy
b| chall
Center
Mall, a d d i t i o n a l a p p r o p r i a t i o n s have been
million
t h e rising cost of t h e
Today
it will
cost
s o m e w h e r e over $1 billion. But n o w that
paltry.
T h e differences
in c o n s t r u c t i o n
Architect
Edward
quality
t h e legislators have m o v e d i n t o their new
Durell
quarters, n o o n e s e e m s t o be complaining
Stone designed S U N Y A with cost limitaclosely
political
t h e s a k e of g a l v a n i z i n g
been
profabrication,
the
to
representatives
It is i m p e r a t i v e
only
Farmworkers'
its S o u t h Mall s e t t i n g are d a / i l i n g by any
tions
the
weeks, Albany
lettuce.
individual
going
you
South
be c o m p l e t e d , G o v e r n o r Rockefeller said,
Ihe critic* <>r b a c k e r s
say, o n e m u s t a d m i t l h a t t h e building a n d
obvious.
which
sells n o n - u n i o n
AH')
Uelucles buildings have also
Complex
place
Differences Seen
are
the
are
if
Mall buildings will be o p e n i n g their d o o r s ,
When
State
but
they
And
lime t h e sys
ii'in is t u r n e d on, fuses are b l o w n .
Within
enough,
combat.
Ihe new building has
and p r o d u c t i v i t y ,
matter
less
reports,
appear
Ihe lour 2.) s l o r v a e e n c v l o w e r s
No
could
parts, a n d h u s t l e across the street
including
say t h a i
greatly increased Ihe legislature's el'l'icien
is
coming!
including
new offices.
cy
KICK
building is
eculive chairs, or ihe s p a c i o u s n e s s of their
Some
Irees
teak, wulnul, and cherry.
ble
long
to
of t h e t o p
wood,
w h e n it c a m e t i m e t o vole
somewhat diminished
\
in a different
t h e u p p e r reaches of t h e Capitol
now thai
grown
of the ten s l o r \
crucial
moved
SPAGHETTI
last
full
floor
preferring t o k e e p his c u b b y h o l e office in
But
CHEFBUH
SPIEOI
the
Nearly
A n d every
SLOB
when
Some
was r e p o r t e d l y
not.
were p l a n t e d in front of the building only
week.
scorn
powerful
are of t h e
highest
t o move
(lobar t
the SLOB.
marble,
edifice
Building,"
had
polished
the
filters
seven
The
is
too
women
The
at the
impressive 2 0 foot i n d o o r
can,
6
SSio n it:
von
down
last
that
this sundayl
,. . . . . ^ M M M * * " —
Mall.
in t h e
t h r o u g h a four s t o r y l o b b y , c o n t a i n i n g an
thought
***************
A L B A N Y STUDENT PRESS
South
office
Commented
Sun. April 1-5:00 PM LC 1
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legislative
Legislative
M.M.:
A fool Is a f o o l Is a f o o l .
***************
Italian S t u d i e s a n d S o n s o f Italy
Movie:
new retreat
panelled
Vanzetti"
8 : 3 0 PM - D i n n e r D a n c e s p o n s o r e d
ENCLOSEDr
their
T h e b u i l d i n g ' s official
D'Attillio
Photography
make
t h e s a m e set of local a n d n a t i o n a l
T h i s was not t h e case with
Our s l a t e legislators a p p e a r t o be enjoying
JteladBuffefcj
Cost l» V 0 5 par w o r d each t i m e y o u r classified appears.
TOTAL
hand
United
The SLOB Blows a Fuse
Mary,
D i d we tell y o u today
„ °*
" A r t of I t a l i a n W i n e s "
Italian A m e r i c a n Art a n d
Phont^—
food
oppresses
LASASm\
Sat. March 31-7:00 PM CC Patroon lounge
Address-
supports
also for
/;v (iicun
Co.,
Box 535, Brattleboro, Ver-
by R o b e r t o
not
of his o w n
In r e c e n t
Edwin
! Fri. March 30 7:30 PM Ed. lounge
•Name—
or
machinery
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L fj*(y IMSO* r* t r w
exibit and
Whether
long
B O
We're p u t t i n g tnem t>
again! Just keep those I n
f r o m me. Love y j . i l w a v .
Republi-
Thurs. March 29-7:30 PM CC Ballroom
C u l t u r e Class
FINALLY WE GOT TOUGH-, HIT
THEM WHERE IT HURT6 ANP
GOT THEM TO NEGOTIATE...
HOW WE HAVE PEACE1.
Mason, a r e n e g a d e c o n s e r v a t i v e
(The T h r e e Cuckolds)
community
matter
Albany voter supports
citizen's,
THEY'RE ALL GROWN NOW ANP
LEFT HOME... Sl/T WHEREVER
THEY ARE, T'AI SURE OUR K/PS
~RE5PECT THE WIFE AND J-.
rarely
the impotence
t h e y t a k e have n e x t t o n o
they
German
Overseas
SUNYA
nor-no
p o l i t i c s , t h e r e a r c very few w h o d o n o t a d m i t t h a t p e r s o n a l p o l i t i c a l
work
Bicyclist seeks companions itellng t r i p In June. Bob 1 M
465-3006.
PERSONALS
and
the average
lowering
Assemblyman
Wed. March 28-PAC Lab Theatre
I
students
although
$165
mont 0 5 3 0 1 .
Lecture,Film,Display
community,
knowledge
there.
P.O.
;
THEY KEPT RELEASING STORIES THE PRESS ACCUSED US OF
OF HOW MUCH THEY WERE ALL LIES, HYPOCRISY ANP PECEIT
...IT
PROLONGED THE CONFLICT
BUFFERING-.. . ANP THE PAMN
PRESS GAVE'EM COVERA&E
,i v o t e r
flights.
Italian and Italo Culture Week
"I T R E C O R N U T 1 "
Albany
SUNYA
Reserve now for June and July.
a non-profit organization
A d to read as follows:
the
is—is A l b a n y an i n s u l a r e n c l a v e s e p a r a t e from
N . Y . C . Free Preg T e s t
Medicaid
Support Local UFVI Boycott
Despite appearances, the
W a n t e d : 2 b e d r o o m furnished Al
bany a p t . Karen 7-7502, 489*3458.
Dear T o n y ,
Superficial relationships a r t
really superficial. Happy fl-sh
should be super.
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p r i v i l e g e s . S U N Y busline. Woman
Graduate student or upper classman
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Placement
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Summer sublet. Across from vv.uut
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Married Couples-earn extra money
babysitting part/full time, $117 per
week. Live-In situations available for
this semester, university Family Services Inc. Agency. Call 456-0998.
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the
helped lower the price tug.
The concrete,
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speed
and
bigness,
but
of
View From the Right
having
mediocre psychologists who have dreams
Playing the Academic Game
' m^^^i^»^^f^m^ssm^^»»issmiff^i^0
1
State of Sfate
The Siege of Wounded Knee II
papers.
$
The letter to State Assemblymen and g
To the Editor:
dress so that they know you're from their SK
State Quad Program Council would like
district. S e n d l e t t e r s t o :
£jj:
The Honorable
$•
I stopped into the Campus Center for a
tral
discontinue
Legislative Office Building
$;
cup of coffee and I ran into my old friend
its meetings on the quads. They
Albany, N e w York 12201
jg
Willard Bugbee.
Council's
•:> holding
decision
to
seemed to have gained much support on
Explain
the part of those concerned, and we were
possible.
ail
you
optimistic
that
this
would
help
lo
foster student involvement in government
and other activities.
to supply coffee and donuts for Central
position
as clearly
a s im-
L e t h i m k n o w t h e r e a s o n s w h y :•:•
feel t h e w a y y o u d o . T h e m o r e w o r k :•:•
w e d o , t h e c l o s e r w e will b e t o j u s t i c e ,
If
State Quad Program Council was asked
your
you're
NORML
interested
in w o r k i n g
( t h e National
Reform
of Marijuana
w i t h :•:•
Organization
f o r :§
Laws)
f o r legaliza- $
more
i n f o r m a t i o n , |:|:
I said. "How's
things here
abouls?"
"Fine
and
dandy,
'cept
I'm
sleeping
over in the lounge at State."
"Don't you live over to Indian?"
"Yesiree. . . "
"So whaL happened?"
"Why, I come over here to the book-
tion,
call
M i k e g:
store to get a typewriter ribbon and when
find that Central Council had decided lo
McGuire at 472-858H.
$
S U N Y A Chapter, N O R M L %
I got back they wouldn't lei me back in
D a n Sachs
at
472-7731
or
to hold its meetings on the quads, State
Quad Program Council will support them
enthusiastically,
in
promote student
an
effort
to
the quad! There was Security guards and
State
involvement and inter-
Outstanding G o i n g O u t
State Quad Program Council
To the Editor:
:£
case of Curtis Smith.
that
the tenure $
I was very
upset :•:<
Mr.
Smith's
association
wilh
the •:*:
English Department al SUNYA might he g:
This year, for the third year in a row, a
and
the
hippie-
"Don't
be cool. I got papers to t y p e . "
"Any snipers?"
"Nope. Just barricades and security and
I don't know what's inside. . . "
I hurried out and went over to Indian. I
checked
and
walked around
the
SUNYA
English
Department ;•:•
find itself hard-pressed to fill the |:j:
shoes of such a man, were he to leave.
•:•:
by
out
the
Security
people
and
lo the back of the quad
Hie athletic
field.
I was just
about
there when some blue shirts staked out
back
there spoiled me. I ran for it and
the State
I had the privilege of being in two of •$
:• Legislature calling for the legalization of
Mr. Smith's courses at SUNYA. During £:
beat them to the stairs. A freak I knew let
:• marijuana.
that lime, lie taught wilh enthusiasm and •:•:
me
:• voice of the people becomes most impor-
imagination
mattresses back behind the door.
:• lant. Write to your Assemblyman and ask
searching
:• him
:• bill has been
to
:• which
introduced
Now
|| controls
|; alcoh
is the
support
would
legalize
to
Write
Lime
to
when
the
Mr.
lor
Smith
worthy
was constantly' •$
malerial
to enrich ;$
in and
put
the
lounge
chairs
and
"What's u p ? " I asked.
his course, lie had an art of encouraging *:•:
"Sweel .Jenny Grit," he said.
marijuana
under
and guiding discussions, without dictating •:•:
"What'.'"
them. His courses are structure and direc- •:•:
"Sweel Jenny Grit's here. They're going
your
now
set
Stale
on
Senator
ted
toward
definite
to stay here forever and move our
to
with Jumping Jack
flexibility.
•; Write to Assemblyman Taylor, chairman
educator, Mr. Smith has sought criticism ;$
the lasl man. If they break through
•: of the Committee on Governmental Oper
and suggestions from students and addi
outside barricades we work back lo Hen-
j; alions and
tional outside sources.
[he
to Senator Marehi, chairman
Committee
on
Finance
•: them to report Assembly
and ask
17(JH and Sen-
•: ale 2505, respectively, out of committee.
;•:
Write
letters
to
your
friends
an
effective •:•:
$
•:•:
In closing, 1 would like to second the ¥;
nomination
of
Mr. Smith
for
the
Out-•:•:
standing Teacher Award
•:•:
James R. Ilaynor •:•:
telling
Flash. We'll fight
while
the
vending
which I am a member. Although I will
"I can't drink i t ? "
comment
"Ruin the effect. The pigs are supposed
lo think it's gas."
this? Did he freak o u t ? "
about
provisions?
accepted
a
We're
contribution
is, from time to time they took positions
Grit'll
matters that were not in line with those
of
won't
sent
Freak
ran
be much
Oarrick
up
just
Lhen.
"It
out
lo
cover
tue
the
handed
me
a lid
ye of little faith . . . "
$ write letters like this one lo their school
1 lei I embarrassed
desire
" l i e drank a Molotov on live, coast-lonetwork
Hale Bruin
coverage.
And
Hay ward
is eloping with the drummer
I fell a little sad to see it i'nt\
has lately I
n al tacked for hoing a waste
ol SID billion o, so a jear that eould
better he spent on various social inaction
programs
free economy
lake housing Why , have
you heard aboul Ihat Model Cities protect
in SI Louis The place is falling apart
Why, it would have boon limit belter it
and
a
Mololov
quad
lo
a star-shell,
sheet
A mortar
was
He-it ways
burning
flapping
by
national
the
overhead.
on
the
scientific
tower:
can
they made n out id heated cardboard "
To elioi-k into these unpatriotic tales, 1
called up my friend Urine Hub's at the
Office of Purity and Telecommunications
Police
l OOP A TOP)
Mules,
whose
friends call linn "Cncle Urine, ' confirmed
all the- rumors by quoting out of various
secret documents m-anl only for the
Vice-President's eyes
"Well, Hill, I'll nisi like to say thai all
Ihe rumors are indeed true. Now,
on poverty
war
has been a good war, but ll
was getting to lie |ust too much of a dram
on
our nation's resources
when ii first
questioning
fighting
cud
(the
h o a r d " " I inleijeol.-d
tax bill
(lod.
by Mitch Frost
Miller
Oh, woe is me! Who is "Campus Coall
and
why
is he
saying
all
those
none
other than
"Sweel lire"
prefers
and
Harry
kingpin
New
Davis,
(remember
Left
organizer,
lo write under the pseudo-
recognize his typing). This latest
to
rally
|
s
$.) !)Ha ton from Hn
c,|sll
„rf,.r,,c|
Uridgo
York
cheap,
I'm
,„
s,.||
but
us
«••
1 Steel
the
(all
lor llus
they realize Hint money
poverty."
point,
I official
Frine
stalled
envelope
sobbill
he had
been
argued, supported
Bach
Mai more
than
Thai, id' course, is why there w'as a
"No,
"Those
it's
damn
OOP \ TOP
liberals
Mike,"
nisi
he
said
eul
out
out
New
vein,
as
lo
III Ihe lust
win
we re
pl.ee
Why
we |llsl declare ., ceasefire and
let it have eerl.un areas"
wbal
aboul
poverty
caused
Iheir
employees
out
of
In
c a l l D o e s n ' t h e -.till b e l i e v e
' Sun-. Mike,
lliaC
lie replied, "but his pro
fabrications
without
any
prior
"wrong," With the ex-
what
becomes of the people
individuals,
people
no
concern
has
been
as to what I'll be doing next
here
have
who
vacancies
lo bring
the
against
was
by
the
firings
that
they
been
are fired
left
fired
by
here will fill the
the
people
elsewhere, and
who have
those
people
are brought here. The cost of this process
must he considered in any calculation of
the huge waste of money (to be further
discussed below) that takes place at this
flow
university. A single department can spend
amongst
its
thousands of dollars per year ferrying in
prohlem
is an artificially
"The mountains of journal articles
churned out each year amount
to molehills of knowledge."
ing. Miller
was never given a chance to
defend himself, a lie vote ensued on the
ma Iter
of
dismissal,
and
the
chairman
job candidates from all over North Amer
ica,
putting
them
up in hotels, paying
moving expenses for those who are hired,
etc , and my department bus
The
phony
"high .standards" and
the
'19 million
opportunity
weren i thftfe
buill
any
lor
all
Now,
Model Cities
projects
Nevada'' And
why did only poor people
gel ln-e breaklusls' I d lake Unit over my
FACE TWELVE
eeeds
going
was
lo
Haeh
great
Mai
and
Anyway,
I I'm sloe he'll find It
Mr
away
Harry
will
I he
now
near
"Campus
the
end
Coalition"
,,l
In
writes,
have
members. Tbe>
are
tors to their own oppression by learning
the Faculty By-laws were elearh violated
to play the game alone rather than hi join
at
together
both
mitlee
departmental
levels
herger,
lie always does I
thai
In my own case, my lights according to
for Ihe Food Service meal boycott, pro
and
A memo
lo
who apparently
higher
com
Dean
Huns
deemed
me un
I hem
lo slop the nonsense
have
bought
Many of
tin- university
game
and each believes that be is the one who
worthy of his precious tune, received no
will survive it. To increase the chances of
response whatsoever
I ha I survival,
token
my
mitlee of Hie Senate Professional Associa
surmised thai given I be lenure quota that
Frost
who
lion
exisis on ibis campus ( which Ihe bureau
the
and
death
Ihe
of
return
the
ol
Although
1 appreciate
ihe
Com
Indeed, he has
Milch
celebrates
the Grievance
young colleagues
on bis
lie- ravings of SUNYA's
movement
through
fellow
turns his back
and Hill Buckley sycophant
student
rights
I tried lo reinstate
he
I'ascisI
"despite
sincere
efforts of a few SPA members lo help me
the
SPA was
rights.
unwilling
to
protect
rials
or
by
announce-
films."
We on
the
Right
have
long
come up against similar resistance. Radical
students,
Yvonne,
think
they
have
sole possession of the pillars and have at
times removed the right wing posters that
I've put up. A "free campus" may
mean
one
equal
thing
access
to
to
means
us,
Yvonne,
pillars
advertising)
but
their
and
to
right
(like
other
the
forms
Left
it
of
merely
to do anything
they
like, and screw everyone else. It's quite
frustrating, as you've pointed out. If you
have any suggestions as to what we might
do about this I'd very much like to hear
from you.
19 faculty members, we have, in addition
to
the
chairman,
three
means we have four
the
remaining
weren't
15
enough
directors.
people
people
director,
for
faculty
(as
if
administrators
example,
members
(two
That
"directing"
campus already). The social
there
on
"directs"
of
this
psychology
three
who are
the
ones, with his help, being fired).
Now
psychology
if
you
are
going to hire
senior
members as directors at huge salaries, as
over-
my department has done, you should at
-specialization. In hiring new faculty, my
least make sure that '-hey have something
members.
Adding
to
induced
has been looking for
a very narrow sub-specialties
various
areas
tending
toward
of
psychology.
It
giving its own
people
lo
of
the
excellent
scientists.
is also
foolishly
paid
direct,
who
graduate
und
have
that
directors
are
My department
these
has
such
not
salaries
previously
for
people
demonstrated
students a very narrow and shallow train-
excellence in scholarship. This constitutes
ing. Now specialization may he necessita-
a waste of the taxpayers' money.
Finally,
it
is
my
opinion
that
the
anli-intellectualism which I spoke of pre-
But in a science at such a primitive stage
viously pervades not only the faculty and
of development as is psychology, speciali-
administration but the undergraduate stu-
zation is merely a form of play-acting. We
dent body us well. Perhaps the students
pretend
see this university for the big rip-off that
that such specialization is neces-
sary and Ihe result is that we have faculty
it
members and graduate students with very
share of the loot. But the cynicism that
tr>
lo
hush
up}, ever>
time
a
is,
with
everyone
trying
to grab his
I was taken for a ride through a
The
Administration
By-laws against
used
advantage lo do so, but then violated Ihe
I
when
they
me
Since
best
be described
neither
presumably
ihe SPA,
protect
which can
as a company
union.
eul league
is
fired,
his own chances
i
lenure are increased, eh|* eially
played
ball
contributed
with
if he has
(he chairman
lo those firings
for
and
has
At present,
we have a number of weak and frightened
enforce
angle
Hul Ihe recent dismissal cases are only
the
By daws
are
meaningless
The visciousness and
absurdity
of the
playing Ibis
the outward signs of it fraud lhat is being
perpetrated
some faculty members in their attempt lo
at
fire
graduate students and Ihe tax paying citi
issues
of
has
the
been
exposed
ASP and
in
thus
previous
needs
no
" O h , " I replied
^"Vv\e/~"
Ihe
b> a misguided
considerable
/.ens of Ibis slate
bureaucracy
expense
of
deeper
of the citation study, which showed lhat
individuals
the publications of the tenured members
corrupt use of the tenure system
than
Ihe dismissals of
and
under
The issues involved go
continent here. However, the importance
deeper
than
particular
even
the
'UESDAY, MARCH 27, 1973
their
degrees. Then
The university as a place for intellectual
life, for intellectual curiosity and motivation, is sadly lacking on Ibis campus.
Instead of joining together to stop the
many developments I have been speaking
of, many of our young faculty
members
buy the game, acquiesce to it, and refrain
from speaking out. It is ridiculous for the
designed
by
others.
in the reseurch literature, warrants some
of everything that is wrong with a university
judgment thut our chairman has claimed
Perhaps these examples are not the results
that
has grown
too large loo
fast,
They
must
organize and take a stand. Tenure al this
bus
protected
incompetency,
and special
privilege,
not
system was presumably
than iheir own narrow research specialty,
Hopefully, when the faculty members do
and cannot even discuss the philosophical
decide to organize, they will stand up not
underpinnings,
implicit
underlying
as-
only for their own self-interests, but also
sumptions,
broader
implications
of
or
own
reseurch.
But this is Ihe way
they have been trained.
academic
freedom
as
the
tenure
designed to do.
for the interests of the students und for
the betterment
of
the entire
university.
We need to build an intellectual commun-
All of Ibis nonsense is fostered by our
ity
of faculty, students, und administra-
administrators who, with visions of great-
tors out of the chaotic bureaucracy thut
ness
is presently contributing to the death of a
dancing
in
nothing butter
number
those
of
who
their
beads,
can
find
to do than to count the
journal
pages
are
for
up
published
promotion
and
tenure.
Kvery "great"
department
divisions.
university.
,
.
t
by
Read Mike Igoe
in psychol-
ogy has directors of various programs or
clarification, "Visibility" is a criterion of
TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1973
obtaining
versation about areas of psychology other
I guess it was assumed that if
we would copy the surface characteristics
Every Friday in the
Albany Student Press
of those departments, we too could hecome "groat." Thus in my dopurtmuut of
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
are
poverty-stricken
But
what
the disadvantaged
middle-class,
by
they can perpetuate the game themselves.
them cannot carry on an intelligent con-
their
charges made againsl Carol Waterman by
her
game
greed, inefficiency,
members in our department
By-laws,
at this university and buy further into the
university
nor the University Senate, was willing lo
the
they can. Thus they can "bide their time"
game
"Deviants are to be purged at any cost."
the
me when it was lo then
many
non-tenured members to stand around in
crats never did address themselves lo im
charges.
arouses motivates
silence as they get picked off by one in a
tn>
series of phony bearings in which bure.iu
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
replaced
ments of Women's Lib meetings, speakers
afraid to speak out, and become contribu-
"You nisi have lo lei the market g,
lluoilgli its lips and downs When tiler,
are loo many emplov llbles, Ihe pay goe
down, more people go hungry, and whei
there's lower people to compete fol |obh
pay goes ii]i and everybody's happy 1 '
JJOOI
about
Azanio were "systematically removed and
many young faculty
by
"You see, Mike," ho continued, "wo
have lo dlserodlt Ihe myth that only the
raise
meeting Lhat Miller excelled on all three
lllall Ihe line lo sign up
why
ui Sun Clorneiile or m (.'arson City,
to
criteria.
longer
Amen
of them, believes in
Benefit
4th
minutes
hostilities
In the Psychology Department, perhaps
all
March
lielo-l) which is four hours and fitly nine
and
in magnified form, one can find examples
equal
to
last
systemmatically
ted in some sciences by the sheer volume
ure not being cited by other psychologists
ran,
pertaining
held
funds for the Pan-Africanist Congress of
of substantial knowledge that has evolved.
trial. AcLually, it was more like a lynch
Benton
complains
this
in
of our department, save for one member,
thinking
ideas
department
Americans
every
of
for Ms. Yvonne
also in the latest ASP,
that her posters advertising the
in my department. There has been no free
denied.
one member claiming that this was not a
sympathy
who,
There is a surprising anti-intelleclualism
grams only benefitted a small portion of
Now
my
of them to participate in Ihe game as best
.ill llus, I said
Hul 1 thought Presldeiil Nixon railed
Lyndon Johnson a great man who wanted
to make life enjoyable lor every Amen
next,
musical chairs being played in which the
evaluation).
himself
** *
Permit me also, if you will, to express
on research, we would
this perception
throwing
Work''
the
available
"citizenship"
could
carry
limited exposure to the field of psychol-
asked
'I aken a bill,- aback
hearsay
By-laws
corporal ions leaving ellios and
all
these
he
defend
to
ogy.
Tins
pscudo-specialization
does,
of
course, serve a purpose. Ignoring all else
in psychology except one's liny area
facilitates the speed with which one can
grind out publications along some overly
travelled road, heating a theory to death,
without ever bothering oneself with the
broader and more profound issues and
complications. Our department
is, of
course, not alone aniongsl psychology
departments
in
fostering
intellectual
blindness. It is pitiful to find through
interviewing job candidates that many of
ago
"Hill
thai
to
permit me to register my complaint.
teaching load with
been
They
ll ,i lew
so
called a "free" press. But at least they
tensions
Snuggled
that
in
opportunity
ings. Maybe that's why the ASP is not
everyone
created at this university have intimidated
have lo find somel long else lo ei \ aboul
i's problems."
the
views of the candidates for the jobs made
for
if
mendation, after having conceded al the
price of four dollars a
eoneeil
id about ,,ni ll
to
mindless
have been denied tenure or promotion at
criteria
department,
broke the tie by writing a negative recom-
live hour line io buy concert tickets (and
al Ihe outrageous
in Ins inis.-.v
lor in.,king you
this
understanding
them) appeared as a letter-to-tho-odilor in
leading, so I fell il was tune lo leave him
"I in sorry
paid
during
throe of
Hrooklyn
Iniind
expropriated
radicals
the latest ASP issue and was ghost writ ten
by one of Barry's cohorts. Students, he
letler,
i m
Albany's
attempt
they supported the Allman Brothers fon
Don'l
attention
terrible things about me? Actually, " h e "
eeil
Could have an adequate defense
research
It is also amusing to learn during inter-
Rather, completely unsubstantiated char-
money
on social experiments so thai we
creative
to
road
ges were tossed aboul by members seek-
nym "Campus Coalition" for some lines
I said eonlrilely
'"''hat has nothing lo do wilh it II you
can'I build a .lull unit building for under
$10,111)11 with treated cardboard, you
have lo use untreated cardboard There's
plenty of llltil floaling in I he Mississippi
We got a great (leal o n ll i n e i d i ' i i l ally
alleged
our
Program
another job.
by one who is seeking a
his teaching, research, and
write which might hurt a radical's feel-
But the assumption is that you don't
get to the "big leagues" -some of our
department members entertain the laughable notion that we are moving toward
being one of the top twenty psychology
departments in the country--by occupying your time with the education of
undergraduates.
And
despite
outcries
from time to time, "publish or perish" is
stronger today than it ever has been. It is
not only the students who suffer from
this policy, but science itself. For while
rushing to publish as many articles as one
can, one does not have time to think up
ideas or to do research that are worthy of
publication. The mountains of journal
articles churned out each year amount to
molehills of knowledge, if anything at all.
It is undeniable that there is truth to the
cliche we have learned about since childhood, thai one never knows which research, as peculiar as it might seem at the
Lime, will lead to great breakthroughs.
However, this proposition serves to justify the spending of tax money on every
trivial and unimaginative piece of research
that a professor, in his rush to gel
promotions and raises, grinds out his
laboratory
(through the labor of his
graduate students).
year, nor attempts made lo help me find
translates
the
and
fired
few
no criticism was made of the quality of
you'd think they'd slop spending all thai
leel s
discovery
be paved
if
little
expressed
At the meeting on Harold Miller's case,
started, but then wo got to
ourselves
poverty
eoilldn'l
We .,11 like it
,-il
-Hut duin i Hey i
he could pay his properly
-I,
as
to "edit" (read: "censor") anything t h a t /
faculty size.
they so cavalierly fired. Except for those
silent majority of votes.
View From
The Right
who
him swimming pool so that he
pay his income lax
And my
tins
behaviorism),
thut
is
dimension
less about
favorably
thought" (in
psychology,
scholarly journal are always very careful
and
have the equivalent of a 33% increase in
ment as a whole apparently couldn't care
members who will
international
of
does not
ception of a few individuals, my depart-
Deviants are to be purged at any cost.
"Sweet fire"?)
brother had lo sell Ins
Al
and
field
and
doing something
hire
has been stressed
faculty
In
which
their universities. There is a vasl game of
lion"
for being so stupid.
Why, just the other day. my neighbor had
run't cure
lo
has spoken
into
the
for conformity
hook,
not an unreasonable
indication being given to him that he was
and a con-
made
as well. For example,
the
stir
being taxed out o f their homes?
country
been
keep the university in the "mainstream of
plained reason (I know it's him because 1
reason to expect the government lo solve
them. There are certain areas thai just
have to he loll up to private enterprise
lake lull employ nlonl. lake ITT, I mean
those damn I'onittn companies, turnine. all
their dollars into marks and ruinine, our
has
and
by administrators
inside of
to
Announcing the 'Peace on Poverty"
For snme lime nnw, there have been
unconfirmed rumors thai our gallant prosident N i x o n has been planning to de
Clare a peace wilh honor on the short
lived War on Poverty The War, which has
beengoinuon now ami then since Hli;r>,
effort
the
were to teach 9 hours per week, which is
tune. Harold Miller was hired one year
has become a vir
department
signi ficant
There
department
one administrator
hit outside. We hurried out and across the
former
•ollld
the
of obtaining
It'll be all over s o o n . "
of
and other
facts.
bureaucracy's scramble for fame and for-
people who can be "easily handled." A
"So?"
is usually
by Mike McGuire
within
scious
protest . . . "
coast
chairman
members. Conformity
longer!., he said. "NBC
Utlley
the
off
legislature. But the answer ignores simple
are not even cited in
all three members under discussion).
human
ing Jack Flash under duress?"
Another
the same privilege. But the editors of this
we can presumably all go blame the state
of
contributions, has consistently supported
in regard to departmental and educational
gel tired of sitting around playing Jump-
the
Cocktail. "Don't ask stupid questions oh
upon
and let him go . . . "
Sweet Jenny
field
national reputation in psychology, based
three
or deviants within the department. That
think
the
don't mind really) if only I were granted
department who has a national or inter-
from him for the Bach Mai Hospital fund
you
within
wouldn't even dream of mentioning it (I
hire new faculty. This answer gets everybody
this brings up another point.
things Barry says about me? Of course, I
you that the reason
because we don't have enough money to
of
But
Why is the ASP printing all those terrible
department
not exist on the undergraduate level is
"visibility." (The one lone member of the
that they were viewed as trouble-makers
ing to dismiss him. My request
:•: them to write their representatives and to
mistress's cooking jilll day." ll'' added
witli a Iwlnklc in his eye.
"Now, jusl liceause planned unemploy
started all these problems is no
m i M ,i
the
scholarship
tell
and
. . . " radicals at SUNYA still
haven't been lobotomized. He sure fooled
why more courses and smaller classes do
even reach its own superficial criterion of
psychology professors mentioned above is
token
rounded!"
He
amongst
delusions
it shows that the department
Harold
of Carol Waterman, I will also refer to
commonality
from
administrators
chairmen will
more
which takes on significance only because
Millerandmyself, and the attempted firing
One
no
the works of other psychologists, which is
other issues which I think are related.
"What's the Pepsi man think aboul all
"We
dismissals of
are
a less important point to make, but one
"Did it for the b o y c o t t . "
the
suffer
psychology. They
on this campus by reporting my observa-
on
members
for
trate some of the problems which exist
machine
judging
grandeur, they sadly lack any reputation
tions of the Psychology Department, of
ways and dig in. That's our Alamo!"
"What
our
"Well timed."
soul
|; asking him to support Senate Bill 2505.
•: of
he
barricades
this
upon. The fact is that although many of
alone. However, I think I can best illus-
"That's Pepsi," he said. "We put up the
done
those whom they have pretended to judge
might not be limited to that department
Remember Wounded Knee. . .
goals, and yet have::-:
Anxious
exist within the Psychology Department
The
I7(>H,
those
I held up my bomb. "How are you for
light
Bill
Assembly
similar
'
into
ntal to education and scholarship which
"Don't
"They talking scalps?"
terminated. He is an outstanding educator |$
would
i To the Editor:
around
on Mohawk Tower:
when I heard that there was a possibility :•:!
Pot Luck
all
REMEMBER WOUNDED KNEE!
This is a letler concerning
est.
fuzz
freaks hay got up a big sheet hanging up
help
"Of course," he said perfunctorily.
man was here t o o . "
see that this would be provided, only to
In the future, if Central Council decides
:•
"Willard!"
Some
"visible" and in many cases less go, than
indicates to me that the trends detrime-
gasoline?"
Council. We went to a lot of trouble to
cancel their meeting on the quads.
o r if y o u w a n t
j-j;
have
The current tenure case of Curt Smith
the d e a d concert. . . "
to express their disappointment over Cen-
apathy
conformity-bound mentalities.
to employ in tenure cases. But those who
"1 suppose you'll smuggle people out for
byMark Gilmour
of greatness far beyond the reach of their
me.
By Leroy H. Pelton
Senators should include your home ad- m
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Fortunately in these bad times, when even that which is dearest to
our hearts is forced to take a back seat to pure survival the Blues
still merits a big place. The festivals of the late 60's are dead. The
Blues that was brought to this continent by the very slaves can
appropriate name for them that built America, with Blues being a
natural outcome hundreds of years ago is still alive. Yes, of course
times have changed, but the Blues has remained one of the few pure
parts of our heritage even through economic defeat, the shift from a
rural to an urban setting, and the white washing of the Blues. Today
we still have a few places deeply proud to display the Blues. One of
them, in its second year of such appreciation is the Annual Siena
College Blues Festival one of the few local bright spots that reminds
some of us that everybody "sings the Blues."
Did you ever think of the number of people who sing "Big Mama"
Thorntons, "Ball and Chain," Mance Liscolmbs "Rock me Baby "
try to immitate Junior Wells and Muddy Waters? So much that is
worshipped, for instance, the Allman Brothers, Rolling Stones and
yes even Janis Joplin, tried but failed to capture that emotion that
few had the bability to portray. Unfortunately, the Blues is dying a
slow death. Yes, its still prestigious to dig Howlin Wolf and John
Lee, but what about Blues essence? Here I will attempt to portray to
you the good times that evolved this past weekend from the soul.
Merce Cunningham's Dance Troupe will be here Thursday, 3/29, at 8:30 in the Gym. They are shown here in Gymnasium Event No. 4, as performed at SUNY Stony Brook.
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TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1973
Friday 8:30 p.m.
Big Mama Thornton, the six foot H7 year Blues veteran socked it
to us as only Big Mama can. After a lively intro by her band which
included quest artist, George "Harmonica" Smith, we were served
with tasty bits of "Big Mama." Coming out in complete command
of her audience the female Blues veteran ripped off "You better get
another woman, cause Big Mama's gol another man" to thunderous
applause. Rolling right into a Willie I'ixon song and then off into
Mance Lipscomb's "Rock Me Baby," Arthur Crudups "Hound Dog "
"Ball and Chain" as Janis never could and thai old Howlin Wolf sone,
"Lit Red Rooster" we realized thai liig Mama was a teehnicrafl at
work. In control at all times the "Queen of the Blues Harmonica"
belted out some of the meanest runs imaginable. And besides being a
harmonica virtuoso, she is also a fairly good drummer always at ease
and every much a lady.
The Dead-Just Another Concert?
By Mitchel Zolar
T h e en tin 1 rationale behind
writing this c o l u m n is to talk
about the c a m p u s und tilings
that h a p p e n on it, a n d w h a t " a "
s t u d e n t docs. So h o w does a
c o n c e r t t h a t occurred in Utica,
which is 9 0 miles a n d at least $1
away qualify? A n y w a y , it was in
Utica. It' W.C, Fields only knew
from Utica.
But this was the Dead. All
As an encore the Edwin Haskins singers "O Happy Days" was done
concerts are supposed to be
with more Blues influence than the original and also "Down By the
striving l o be like Dead conRiverside," proving in tile end onl> that she was the best tiling ever
c e r t s . T h e ultimate. T h e prototo come out of Montgomery, Alabama
type T h e Universal Dead concert
Krgo, this could lie any
Guy Wells Band
concert, o n l y il was in t h e grandNexl it was time for I lie Guy Wells Blues Hand and III .1 gria l l s
est , largest dimensions.
improved sel over their last area performance in the C.C. Halli
It starts with constant playing
the band w o r k e d nut first producing an excellent
" T h e Tin II IS
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nl' the albums. O n e by one these
Gone" and nexl "Bad Whiskey." As Junior so.on pranci
the
standards of past performance
stage blowing mighty fine lard we heard tin nine "B
ylliuigs
are remeasured. Only then could
gonna be all r i g h t . " Also, " S o n u s Boy "Williamson's !f> year old relic
we realize that the live version is
" G o t t o help me B a h y " was done in excellent stylt b S Junior Wells
x n u m b e r of times better than
and il brings t o mind t h e fact thai Junior learned it play harmonica
the s t u d i o c u t {a fact wo always
from " S o n n y B o y " himself
knew would c o m e true). O n e
A t t h e e n d of t h e G u y Wells set. Malice Lipscomb hearing the
feels the need t o be able to j u m p
crowd maniacally cry for m u r e , he now asks m e the possibility of his
at the smallest opening chord
playing a few more songs When permission was given lo him by
and, proclaiming brilliance to bis
Siena College, lie s t r u t t e d back onstage and began to knock off
peers, give name, writer and ala n o t h e r 19 songs which should he proof of the great man Mance is.
bum of first appearance to all
Ill this u n p l a n n e d second set were included the likes of " B y e Bye
listeners.
B u b y " a n d "Pistol Packin M a m a . " b o t h "I which an- Lipscomb
T h e d o p e gets rolled, the
originals as is all of his material.
genujiie shirts are wheeled o u t
For a m a n of 77 years. Malices fingers re still lightning fast and hi
(what n sweet coincidence, the
voice is still remarkably strong and cl 1 Even I hough Mance ha
only one you o w n , the only
recorded 11 record a l b u m s in the pa same number of years In
non tacky o n e , is the Rainbow
admits t h a t he gels lus pleasure fron "Playing Live for People'
Foul shirt that says in subtle,
may have seemed to sunn
which is clear from Mances two sets
tasteful
l e t tenng
"Grateful
thai Mance m a y have been pushing llir elf Inn hard because of In
Deail")
advanced age, but lie informed me of . line when he went Inline tt
Class Yeah, t h a t ' s the Dead
Texas a n d played at a neighbors part) ami I pm 111 the aflemooi
And then the crowd pushed in,
until :l am in the m o r n i n g ! 1 !
for free, for glass, for mystified
Credit must go tu Siena College win. for the second straight yea
middle-aged ticket lakers w h o
h a s c o o r d i n a t e d a quality show Willi an interesting and inloilnativ
slickly pulled in their iocs as the
Blues p r o g r a m . U n f o r t u n a t e l y , only Siena mice a year and period
crowd s w a r m e d by. In o n e
cully thoBethlehemCofl'ee House are the onlj t w o local promoters 11
pseu d o p o d like
mass,
they
Blues in t h e Capital District Paying :lli grand for the Allman Bother
molded a n d flowed into an ever
who I like lull WIHI go a b o u t doing songs li\ Willie Dixon, Muild
lengthening line that e x p l o d e d
Walers a n d t h e likes a n d as a mallei of frankness not quite as well a
into the void b e y o n d the door
the old Blues m a n w h o w i n k e d I V 11 small fraction of Ihal Hlg "M>
T h e dash lor seals Then the
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calm after t h e s t o r m .
T h e balloons. T h e s o a p bubbles. T h e increasing masses in
front of t h e stage (breathlessly
they push and shove, seeking
a s p h y x i a t i o n ) . T h e kids just
"hanging" out. And the rumors:
" D ' y e r hear? Seventeen g o t
busted last n i g h t . "
" G o t t a k e e p cool o n d o p e . "
T h e fingers point. " S e e , there's
a cop."
" W h o ' s t h a t t h e y ' r e dragging
out?"
" i t s o k a y . Only clearing t h e
aisles."
And then the concert.
Their jams came on wilh n o
fancy buildups, n o neon signed
fingers pointing, calling attention t o this, t h e "heavy j a m " for
the evening. They flow logically
and s m o o t h l y o u t of most every
song, so s m o o t h l y t h a t it is
virtually only in retrospect that
one can tell where the song
s t o p p e d a n d the jam began.
This is the real thing, a n d the
crowd knows it. They k n o w that
they are going to get their minim u m :WJ ( t o n i g h t 4, lucky us)
h o u r s of s o u n d , since t h e dead
love playing e t c . e t c . S o there
are n o artificial s t a n d i n g ovations, as when t h e c r o w d gets u p
only lo keep the g r o u p on or get
il back since the c r o w d knows
this is t h e game it has t o play t o
hear a n y t h i n g near 2 h o u r s of
music. Instead there is only a
pure o u t - p o u r i n g of t h a n k s .
Finally we reach t h e ultimate
n u m b e r . T h e r e o c c u r s a raising
of consciousness o u t of the
d e p t h s il h a d lulled i n t o , t h e
blissful lorper of t h e ethereal
morning-music jam, t h a t s o o t h e d
the m i n d after t h e shell-shocking
bursts during t h e first two-thirds
of t h e c o n c e r t . A brilliant c h o r d ,
a spinning, multi-faceted o r b
shined u p o n by t w o s p o t s ,
causing a whirling, cascading
stream of stars u p o n ihe artificial sk> , blending engulfing and
e n h a n c i n g the white-water currents of Sugar Magnolia.
T h e c r o w d goes delirious with
excess energy [jumped into their
s y s t e m s by t h e ever-loudening
c r e s c e n d o , while the slars whirl,
hut s u d d e n l y , silence.
As t h e band leaves, an explosion of " m o r e , m o r e " literally
bursts into flames (illuminating
the o t h e r w i s e pitch a u d i t o r i u m )
bringing them back for a mystifying, mind-soothing and boggli n g " O n e More
Salurday
N i g h t . " They then leave for
good.
T w e n t y three got busted.
" T h e r e is nothing like a Dead
Concert.
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A Music for People
by Andy Palley
There is a strange irony in the
arts. When a film premiers at a
Broadway theater, it can immediately , or almost immediately, judged either a masterpiece or a failure. When Marc
Chagall paints another protrait,
thousands of people bite their
nails to keep from spending their
inheritance to buy it. But when
a composer of "classical" writes
a long-awaited string quartet, it
might take years before the
musical world sees what is
behind
the notes.
Composers have learned to
accept this state as normal, and,
in fact, have decided that it is an
unusual turn when a work is
u n d e r s t o o d soon after its
writing. Elliot Carter, one of
America's very great composers,
spent last weekend here at
SUNYA listening to superior
performances of some of his
greatest works, and saw that his
time was beginning to come.
Though performances of Carter's
work are still rare (due possibly
to the extraordinary difficulty
of the music), their increasing
number points toward entrance
into the "standard repertory" of
classical music--an unjust system
perpetrated by economic necessity.
The difference between most
modern instrumental music and
lilliott Carter's music is a human
one. Carter's music is poetic,
bated in human existence. At
times it can be harsh and cruel
(as in his Pulitzer-Prize-Winning
String Quartet No. 2). or lyric
and flowing (as in his amazing
Piano Sonata). There is never
one side to a true master, and so
it is here. Although a composer
eventually communicates with
far more people than the average, working- class slob, one's
foibles are really no greater or
lesser than the other's. And
anyone who pretends they are
will probably overstate themselves into oblivion.
Carter's music is most oft described as being turgid, thick, and
incomprehensible to the listener.
Not to make and obvious comparison, but Brahams' music was
equally incomprehensible lo his
public. The fact thai the four
members of a string quartet
could play four dissimilar lines
at any one time does not mean
that all four are not discernabel.
In Carter's Firsi String Quartet,
the opening fantasia contains a
number of sections where everyone cultivates their own gardens.
If the playing is right (and the
C o m p o s e r s String Quartet
played it better than almost anyone could), the effect grows
upon the listener in an unusual
way. One feels that one is
becoming a good friend of all
the instruments and their different cries and laments. It is new
ground broken perhaps by
Barlok in his six string quartets.
When Carter is not providing
variety in this way, he finds
other ways. Themes are introduced, repealed almost canonically on different instruments,
and then mysteriously die away.
They might return or they might
not. Or, as in the Second Outn
let, the instruments lake up
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teamwork in works where teamfulness.
is nearly impossible,
Mr. Carter (who, at 65, is a work
Burgess Meredith lookalike) has Dennis Helmrich for his beauseen much come and go in his tiful interpretation of the
Sonata-it is. indeed, a triumph
lifetime. He is quae outspoken
and should be immortalized (for
about his likes and dislikes in
music. As one might expect, he better or worse) on record. Jan
leans toward the subtle and the
philosophically human composers. Aaron Copland's early
works interest him greatly, hut
April 1 (Sun.| "Three Cuckhis later, more popular commercial ballets don't entice him at olds" (State University Theatre),
Laboratory Theatre, 2:30 p.m.
all, Scriabin was a technician
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who wrote little of human value,
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as are most of today's comApril 1 (Sun.) "Conducting
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As far as individual perforM.'lOpni., free.
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Williams for a fine job on
Carter's Tympani pieces; and the
C o m p o s e r s String Quartet,
whose recording of the Carter
Quartest is must listening. It's
indeed a shame that I can't
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Synchronized Swimming
S a t u r d a y , March 1 7 t h m a r k e d
A l b a n y ' s S y n c h r o n i z e d Swimm i n g Club's Fourth, 1st place
win in Eastern Intercollegiate
S y n c h r o n i z e d S w i m m i n g Conference (EISSC)
competition.
T h i s was t h e first victory for
Albany in r o u t i n e c o m p e t i t i o n ,
which was held at t h e University
of New Hampshire. Albany had
w o n s t u n t c o m p e t i t i o n for three
consecutive years.
T h e c o n t e s t for first prize was
h a r d fought as twelve schools,
including t h e Universities of
Vermont,
New
Hampshire,
Maryland, and Buffalo a n d the
colleges of Geneseo a n d Brockp o r t , b a t t l e d to win the m o s t
t e a m points. T h e t r o p h y will be
a d d e d t o their display case collection along with five medals,
w o n each time a r o u t i n e placed
first, second, or third.
Albany c o m p e t e d in every
event, e x c e p t o n e , with every
r o u t i n e bringing in p o i n t s . In t h e
beginner category, large groups
was won by " Q u e e n of H e a r t s " ,
performed by Paula N o r t o n ,
Sharon
O'Connor,
Molly
Schmid, Holly S h e r m a n , a n d
J o a n n e T r a b o l d with Sharon and
Paula, " S n o w White and Hose
R e d " , winning t h e b r o n z e medal
in small groups.
"Ugly D u c k l i n g " with Sylvia
Case,
Ruth
Everett,
Peggy
Dalheim, Bev S c h m i d t , and Don
F r a m e n t , t o o k large g r o u p interm e d i a t e s ; with Bev and Ruth, in
" P o p Goes the Weasel" placing
5th and Dave Amell and Sylvia,
as "Hansel and G r e t e l " coming
in 7th in duets.
T o make Albany's s w e e p of
large g r o u p events c o m p l e t e , t h e
" S h o e m a k e r ' s E l v e s " , Maureen
Melling, D e n n y G o l d b e r g a n d
J a c k i e Levy, placed first w i t h
M a u r e e n and D e n n y taking the
silver medal in t h e d u e t c o m p e tition.
Mrs. P a t Rogers, c o a c h a n d
faculty
advisor,
and
Mary
Gaillard, assistant c o a c h , t o o k
t u r n s judging t h e e v e n t s , as did*
t h e c o a c h e s from t h e o t h e r
schools.
Synchronized Swimming has
n o t c o m e t o an e n d y e t this
year, however, for t h e t e a m is
still working o u t a n d w a n t s t o
invite all m e n a n d w o m e n w h o
might b e interested in joining
n e x t year t o o n e of t h e i r practice sessions o n M o n d a y s a n d
Wednesdays
from
6:00-8:30
p.m. S t o p b y a n d find o u t w h a t
they
and
synchronized
s w i m m i n g is all a b o u t !
Girl Swimmers
by Laurie Wittern
On
March
2 and
3 the
W o m e n ' s Swim T e a m finished its
season w i t h a trip t o
the
N.Y.S.A.I.A.W.
Championships
held a t O n e o n t a . Taking t h e four
w o m e n w h o qualified, Albany
b e s t e d all its past p e r f o r m a n c e s
at t h e States by finishing sixteenth
out
of
twenty-three
teams.
Highlights
included
Shelly
Heisler's seventh in t h e 50 yd.
backstroke, Kathy
Maloney's
twelfth in t h e 2 0 0 y d . I.M.,
eighth in t h e 2 0 0 y d . b u t t e r f l y ,
a n d s i x t h in t h e 5 0 yd. freestyle.
T h e 2 0 0 y d . freestyle relay t e a m
of
Laurie
Wittern,
Trudy
Cornwell, Ms. Heisler and Ms.
Maloney missed t h e finals by
o n e place, b u t did m a n a g e t o
b r e a k its o w n previous record.
T h e teams p r o s p e c t s for n e x t
year are p r o m i s i n g since only
Laurie
Wittern
and Sue
Kellman
will be
graduating,
leaving a n u c l e u s of seven experienced c o m p e t i t o r s .
STUDENT
PRESS
AL-Milwaulkee & Cleveland O n e j w o in Cellar
continued from page 19
t h e bullpen, but only Bolin was
consistent last year on a team
which totalled only 25 saves.
T h e outfield is solid, even with
a mediocre Yaztrernski. Reggie
S m i t h , certainly o n e of t h e m o s t
u n d e r r a t e d players a r o u n d , will
b e in right field, with a n o t h e r
good all around player. T o m m y
Harper, in center.
t o ' p a s s with Cecil Cooper, a
rookie w h o is highly rated, b u t a
contender
should
not
be
counting on rookies.
After t h a t , t h e R e d Sox have
no o n e , so they may very well
lack the d e p t h t o stay in a long
race. Either way, n o Yaz means
no pennant contender, but "You
never k n o w in F e n w a y " — j u s t
ask Bill White.
T h e infield is s t r o n g o n the left
side, with Rico Petrocelli at
Third, A p a n c i o a t s h o r t s t o p , and
Doug Griffin at second base. At
first base, the Red Sox are trying
After a d e c a d e of m e d i o c r i t y ,
the
Cleveland
Indians
have
finally a d m i t t e d t h a t they need
to e m b a r k on a major rebuilding
program. One w o n d e r s w h a t
t o o k t h e m so long. One also
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needfora Europe trip.
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w o n d e r s why their r e b u i l d i n g
p r o g r a m called for t r a d i n g a w a y
t h r e e of their five real major
leaguers: Graig N e t t l e s ( 2 8 y e a r s
old), Phil Hennigan (28 vears
old), and Ray Fosse ( 2 6 years
old).
Certainly
t h e s e players
have at least seven or eight good
seasons ahead of t h e m . Obviously, they m u s t t h i n k t h a t the
players t h e y received (Charlie
Spikes,
Rusty
Torres,
Jerry
K e n n y , J o h n Ellis, B r e n t Strom,
and a hosL of o t h e r y o u n g e r s ,
and an oldster, Dave D u n c a n - - 2 8
years o l d — have a real future,
and if t h e y d o n o t , b o y will
those fans in Cleveland scream.
S p e a k i n g , of Cleveland fans,
they are t h e o n e s w h o c o m e
disguised as e m p t y s e a t s , usually
a b o u t 7 0 , 0 0 0 of t h e m . Perhaps
if t h e y were m o r e n o t i c e a b l e ,
the team c o u l d have a f f o r d e d to
pay s o m e b e t t e r players and
prospects, but...
T h e pitching staff is a n c h o r e d
by Cy Young w i n n e r Gay lord
Perry. C o u n t on a n o t h e r stellar
season fur Mr. Moist. Dick
T i d r o w will be t h e n u m b e r two
starter, followed by such awe
inspiring n a m e s as Milt Wilcox
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AROMATIC
During
a n d Steve D u n n i n g . T h e Indians
are even talking a b o u t using a
reject from the Mets, Brent
S t r o m , as a starter. If y o u cann o t break the M e t s ' s t a r t i n g rotat i o n , y o u r ability is questiona b l e . Phil Henningan, t h e Indians
otuy d e c e n t reliever, w e n t t o the
Mets for S t r o m , so t h e w o r d to
Cleveland fans is t h a t : t h e r e is
no relief.
Kay Fosse w e n t t o O a k l a n d for
Dave D u n c a n , a fair c a t h c e r , b u t
in n o way a g o o d deal for t h e all
star Fosse is. J o h n Ellis, o n c e a
" L u m b e r i n g L o a d " in t h e big
ballpark in t h e Bronx, will have
m o r e r o o m to spread o u t in, in
Municiple S t a d i u m , and m a y
very well beat o u t D u n c a n for
the c a t c h e r ' s j a b . Chris Chambliss
is at first base, a fairly good
hitter. T h e rest of t h e infield is
up for grabs b e t w e e n such superstars as Jerry K e n n e y , Jack
B m h a m e r , Frank Duffy, and
Dave Bell, all u n c e r t a i n quantities, to say the least. N o n e of
t h e m can be e x p e c t e d t o fill t h e
void which Nettles left.
T h e outfield will be
q u e s t i o n mark. If t h e
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a big
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Charlie
Spikes,
ana
equally p r o m i s i n g R u s t y T o r r e s ,
s h o w t h a t t h e y are the quality
r o o k i e s t h e Indians pray t h e y
are, they will fill t w o thirds of
the vast void, with Walt Williams
and T o m McCraw sharing t h e
o t h e r spot. If not, well m a y b e
J o h n Eillis will be called u p o n t o
play the outfield. He always was
a utility player.
T h e Indians are in t r o u b l e if
their kids, rookies, rejects, a n d
surprises d o n o t c o m e t h r o u g h ,
and when your whole team
d e p e n d s on the likes of Jerry
K e n n e y - w e l l t h a t says it all. Let
us look at it optimistically by
saying t h a t the majority of t h e
Indians' wins will c o m e in future
seasons.
Milwaulkee was o n c e a great
baseball t o w n , b u t n o w t h a t the
Brewers are there...well the fans
are b e t t e r off s p e n d i n g their
m o n e y on beer, a n d they a p p e a r
t o k n o w it. T h e Brewers will
p r o b a b l y be the carpeting of t h e
A.L. E a s t - t h e y will c o n s t a n t l y
be s t o m p e d o n . J u s t w h e n t h e y
h a d finally built u p u d e c e n t
pitching
staff
around
Jim
L o n b e r g and Ken Brett, they
w e n t o u t and t r a d e d t h e m to
their fellow cellar dweller t h e
Phillies.
T r u e , t h e y do have George
S c o t t , and powerful J o h n Briggs,
along
with
newcomer
Don
Money, b u t four good players a
c o n t e n d e r does n o t m a k e . T h e
Brewers have no d e p t h , no bull
pen, and d e p e n d on t h e likes of
Hilly
Champion
Mil
with
Philadelphia), a n d Bill Parsons
(5-0 versus the Yankees, K-1 :i
versus e v e r y o n e else) t o be their
pitching staff.
Four Team Struggle Shapes Up In American East
by Nathan Salant
The baseball season is a l m o s t
here, so y o u are p r o b a b l y expecling a b u n c h of p r e d i c t i o n s .
Well here t h e y a r e :
A.L. E A S T
New Y o r k Y a n k e e s
D e t r o i t Tigers
Baltimore Orioles
B o s t o n R e d Sox
Cleveland Indians
Milwaulkee Brewers
A . L . WEST
O a k l a n d A's
California Angels
Chicago White Sox
Kansas City Royals
Minnesota T w i n s
Texas Rangers
Yanks to b e a t O a k l a n d in f>
games in playoff.
Yanks to b e a t Chicago in six
games in series.
When you hear the following
on O c t o b e r 2 1 , 1 9 7 3 , r e m e m b e r
that I told you s o : " G o o d afternoon, ladies a n d g e n t l e m e n , a n d
welcome to t h e sixth game of
the 1973 World Series here at
Yankee S t a d i u m . Now, here are
the lineups: Eor the Chicago
Cubs...
T h e D e t r o i t Tigers, last year's
champs in the A.L. East, arc no I
only battling t h e o t h e r learns in
the division, b u t have t h e added
o p p o n e n t of the sands of time,
which are settling on that very
veteran e l u b . However, Billy
Martin may still be able to gel
the needed use out of Ins key
players, t h a n k s to the DM, and il'
In- does, the Tigers will In- up
there.
Al Kaline, who wilt play I he
role of DH on occasion, will si ill
be out there in r i g h t f h l d . Al
who's 3 9 t h birthday is upcoming, hit . 3 1 3 last year, and
his bat shows no signs of drying
up. Mickey Stanley had a fine
season, hut o n e wonders if he
can repeat with a n o t h e r seasona l of playing over his head.
Gates Brown is overweight, 35,
and injury p r o n e . Willie Morton
could cause a lot of trouble if he
stays healthy. Jim N o r t h r u p will
see his share of action, as will
n e w c o m e r Dick Sharon.
T h e infield is divided between
y o u t h on t h e left, and old age on
the right.
Ed
Brinkman, a
" y o u n g " 31 on this club, will
continue
to
play
shortstop.
Martin, a lover of the platoon
system,
will
have
Dick
McAulliffe, 35 years old, and
T o n y T a y l o r 3-K years old,
sharing the duties al second
base. Catching
will be Bill
Kreehan and Duke Sims, both
t i m e - h o n o r e d veterans, and both
of whose times may be up. Their
weak a r m s may n o t last the
season, and will certainly lose
the slow m o v i n g Tigers s o m e
games.
Billy Martin claims In- has 3
solid starters, but I have to
wonder
about
31 year old
Woodie Eryman, who may nol
be able to return u> Ins end of
I asl
se.iso n
l o t tn .
Chuck
Seelbach,
Bill Slayback. and
comeback.-i- Joe N'iekro, will all
hi- vietng tot the I'mirib tarter
spnl . .dlhmiid
iv of Ihi'tn had
a m success last season I V hull
p. i, is ironu with John Miller
I. r r r i n
I. ;i Gt o w
Tom
I'linim-rmaii and Ki'-d Scln-rman
all . (.tiling n i l h u e s e a s o n ) , .
A- for desit-inled Inlters, the
I ,.,., , - .,,,- n v e r a h m i d . u i l h Mill ol
them Frank Howard will p m h
ably see plenty of this d u t y , as
his legs can n o longer hold u p his
285 p o u n d bulk. N o r m Cash, 3 9
years old, will also be m a k i n g
frequent appearances in this
role, as he c a n n o t last a full
season at first base.
T h e Tigers will he tough in
April, May, and J u n e , b u t by the
time S e p t e m b e r rolls a r o u n d ,
their old bones might n o t be
able t o take it any m o r e , and
they m a y very well find it to be
a "long, hot summer".
T h e Baltimore Orioles saw
their string of p e n n a n t s c o m e to
an a b r u p t end last season, as
they suffered from a lack of
offense and relief p i t c h i n g . T h e
Orioles
may
have
slightly
s t r e n g h t h e n e d their offense by
the obtaining of Earl Williams
from Atlanta but this is a l m o s t
balanced by the loss of Dave
J o h n s o n and y o u n g slugger J o h n
Gates, Even if they have s t r e n g t h e n e d themselves offensively,
I hey
ha vi'
weakened
their
pitching staff substantially, due
to the throwing in of 16 game
winner 1'at Dohson a n d impressive youngster Rorie Harris-pan in
the deal for Williams.
The Orioles have the biggest
"if" in the league on their team
in the bulk of Boog Powell, lie
may be the biggest DM a r o u n d ,
bin his bat merely chirped last
season m a poor average and a
sl.Lillinu ( |.-crease m his homerUn
T h e outfield will consist of
\lcrv K e l t e n m u n d , a fine rookie
ui i wo seasons ago, a major
disappointment
of ' 7 2 , the
elderly Don Buford, whose bat
appears to have worn out with
age; Paul Blair, a fair defensive
c e n t e r fielder w h o hit his way
o u t of a j o b last s e a s o n ; t h e
i n e x p e r i e n c e d Don Baylor; a n d
the lackluster Terry Crowley.
Talk a b o u t s t r e n g t h s on this
team, a n d t h e first s t o p is third
base, w h e r e t h e " H u m a n Vacc u u m C l e a n e r " is still s u c k i n g u p
everything
in sight.
Brooks
R o b i n s o n is 3 5 , a n d will s o o n e r
or later have to begin t o feel his
age. At s h o r t s t o p is t h e weak
hitting Mark Belanger, always a
g o o d glove, o n e season a good
stick. B o b b y Grich will fill the
s p o t left by J o h n s o n , a n d will
turn in a n o t h e r fine perform a n c e . At first base will eventually be " T h e
Load of the
L e a g u e " , a l t h o u g h it may take
h i m so long to get t h e r e t h a t a
kid with a big bat and super
speed, Enos Cabel, may force
Boog Powell to DH all the time.
This is s o m e t h i n g Powell swears
he will never d o , so the Orioles
may use h i m as t r a d e bait for
s o m e o n e like Mike Epstein.
Earl Williams will sit behind
the plate. T h e Red Sox were n o t
impressed with his e n t r a n c e i n t o
the A.L., but after his first series
in Boston, the Red Sox may
have t o build a new wall in left
field. Andy Eitchebarren will
p r o b a b l y be traded, so El rod
Hendricks, an occasional power
hitter, will back u p the big W.
The Orioles big 1 will tie Mike
Cuellar,
Jim
Palmer,
Dave
MrNally, and Doyle Alexander.
Palmer is the class of the league,
and o n e of the best in baseball.
Cuellar may be slipping with age,
b u t t h e Orioles will p r o b a b l y
save him for the S e p t e m b e r
series with t h e Yankees, a t e a m
he never loses to. McNally had a
r o u g h ' 7 2 , going 1 3 - 1 6 , b u t h e
s h o u l d be g o o d for a n o t h e r 1 5
wins. A l e x a n d e r is t h e u n k n o w n
q u a n t i t y w h o can m a k e or b r e a k
the s t a r t i n g r o t a t i o n , a n d m a y
very well carry t h e Oriole's penn a n t h o p e s o n his s h o u l d e r s .
Last season h e b o a s t e d a 2 . 4 5
E R A as a fifth s t a r t e r a n d long
reliever, a n d h e is highly r a t e d
b y m a n y . T h e Oriole b u l l p e n
will be weak, with o n l y Ed Watt
having a d e c e n t ' 7 2 , a n d n o
i m p r o v e m e n t in sight.
T h e Orioles gave u p t o o m u c h
t o get Williams. T h e y no longer
have t h e d e p t h t h a t m a d e t h e m
p e n n a n t winners, a n d will have
t r o u b l e keeping u p with t h e
Y a n k e e s , Detroit, a n d possibly
Boston.
T h e Boston Red S o x ' s c h a n c e s
can b e s u m m e d u p in o n e n a m e :
Carl Yaztrernski. If Yaz returns
to his old form which has been
noticeably
absent
for
two
straight years, t h e n the Bostons
will be t r o u b l e m a k e r s . If not...
there are always the Bruins a n d
Celtics.
T h e pitcning staff is questionable. Mary Pattin is the only
really solid starter. Luis Tiant
w o n t h e C o m e b a c k of t h e Year
Award, b u t be is no youngster,
a n d o n e w o n d e r s if his r e t u r n t o
glory will he s h o r t lived. Lynn
M e d i o till in h a d a super year
down
in the Puerto
Rican
League, b u t the A.L. is a different
story,
and
he
was
m e d i o c r e for most of last season.
S o n n y Seibert is on the comeback trail, and no o n e knows
what he will d o . Bob Bolin, Bob
Veale, a n d Don Newhauser are
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TU»sdayt March 27, 1973
Vol. Ellux No. 6.02 x It?3
This CouU Be The Year of The Yankees
by Nathan Salant
Yes, baseball fans, this is t h e
year of t h e Y a n k e e s ! T h a t o l d
winning way has returned t o the
Bronx, courtesy of such young
stars as Bobby Murcer and Grnig
Nettles, established pitchers like
Mel S t o t t l e m y r e and Sparky
Lyle, a h o t , n e w b a t in Matty
Alou, t h e Yankee m a n a g e m e n t ,
and a host of others,
This year marks t h e fiftieth
anniversary of Yankee S t a d i u m ,
and this season may well mark
the start of another fifty years
of glory. Gone are t h e names of
Ruth, Gehrig, Dimaggio, a n d
Mantle, b u t in their places will
be a new breed of stars.
Joe D. is no longer centerfield,
but in his place is o n e of the
youngest superstars in baseball.
Bobby Murcer got his 100 grand,
and is ready t o follow in t h e
footsteps of his illustrious predecessors. Last season, Bobby hit
.292, with 3 3 HR's, 9 6 RBI's,
and led t h e league in runs scored. Look for Bobby, w h o was
under . 2 0 0 for t h e first t w o
months of last season, to hit a
solid .310, with all oT the o t h e r
stats rising, thanks t o a vastly
improved Yankee offensive lineup.
Hank
Bauer no longer
arm for years, b u t w h e n h e hits
. 3 0 0 and t h e Y a n k e e s go all t h e
way, n o o n e will n o t i c e it.
Joining White and Murcer will
be: n o t T o m m y Henrich, b u t a
suitable
replacement,
Matty
Alou. Matty c a m e t o t h e Yankees for G a r d n e r a n d M c K i n n e y ,
after hitting . 3 1 4 last season,
and t h e Yankees are c o u n t i n g on
him t o resume his m o m e n t a r i l y
b r o k e n string of 180 hits per
season. A t 3 3 , Matty is by n o
m e a n s over t h e hill, and can be
c o u n t e d on for at least 5 m o r e
seasons of fine play, barring injuries.
Johnny
the farm, hut the Yankees pulled
a Mize out of the over the hill
gang
when
they
obtained
thanks
between second and t h i r d . This
what,
and
he
no
may
be
encouraged by this new trust in
him
to
improve
average
him
and
up
will
another
on
his
32 RBI's.
be
veteran,
.233
Backing
Hal
Lanier,
another
up
the
will
fielding
May, he was planted at the hole
matter
to
back
Amaro and Frank Baker, but by
is the shortstop
solid
be
.280
last
expected
to
abundance
of
lefties the Yankees will see. His
the spring to the likes of Reuben
Gene
a
and can
have a better year at the plate,
Gene was always losing his job in
year
swatted
year,
fine
fielder, and another zero at the
plate.
be
Jerry
promising,
either
Moses,
non
weak
or
roster
the
player,
you know
that Mel Stot-
tlemyre ranks among the all time
Yankee pitchers in almost every
category? Among his more notable
stats
are
his
144
lifetime
wins, all but 9 w i t h noncontenders, and all in the space of 8+
seasons. Another sign of his class
is his 40 career shutouts, second
on the Yankee all time list, and
first in the A . L . This year, with
better
fielding
for
Mel, he is a
Unfortunately,
no
Bobby
longer
lison went out and hit ,250, with
base, nor does he lead off, and in
9
a host
of others.
By B e m i e
Fire
Magnuson battles, fellow rookie
will
be
Icowski
there
too, while
does
his
Klim
p itching
I.IIIIH-,1
for
Syracuse. O h , by the way, Jim
Roland is in Texas for the dura
tion.
short
relief
saves
is
in
good
from
Lyle,
but
do
as he has returned to his
WHS
pivot
hit for 20 wins. I f Kline resumes
ence,
the
late
man in the league, and the cry of
where he left o f f last August, he
old
innings to get his shotgun arm in
"Clarke
will
for
air
come
on
for
role,
Alou
in
known
as the
S-ks"
worst
often
filled
the
also
reach
the 20 win pla-
more
Grzenda
is
teau. Kekich is the least reliable
comeback,
see lots of lefties this season, and
his circus act at second base. He
of the starters, but he is also the
succeed,
he
would
Ron Swoboda
will
than the
trying
and
to
very
which will
,i
well
leave l l o u l ;
youngest and has groat potential.
with
If
deciding which pitchers to take
since he is leading the Grapefruit
over
inning,
league in 4 baggers.
suddenly,
to
have
back.
He
his old
may
he
MR
right
do
it
all
second
throw
base,
wild
etc.
to
Then,
things changed.
Hor-
ace matured last season, led the
days
of
the
late
Red
Yankees
came
on
Oleic
Mi ke
ca n
su rvi v e
pitch
some?
I'i rsl
more com-
strong
bringing up Celerino San-
will
revert
form,
and
to
hell of his personal problems, he
but
the
will
not
up
Peterson
his old,
he
will
im-
come
out
with
shining
will no longer be forced to play
his job taken away by the arrival
the power hitler, a role which he
of
was pressed into out of necoss-
dians. Nellies is a golden glove in
lefty
ity, und one which us not natural
I he
through both ways, the Yankees
for
buster
at
Nellies
and Murcer,
Graig
Nettles
field,
will
and
from
plale.
have their
since Maris -Mantle
run.
Will
ball
Between
the
besl
with the pitch, hunt, and hit and
be
In-
a powerful
the
also
the
Yanks
3 4 combo
Berine Allen
around
to
at .290 where it usually
is, and
wlu-n
he may even break .300
People
see mosi of his duty at
fill
needed, nl though
he
in
will
second
At
first
will
get
base,
Ron
a chance
pitching.
he
comes
the Yanks
first has-
super
the
Yank's
Last season,
Frank Tepedino is one of
ex perienced
the
Florida
come
circuit,
north
If
Laniei
elsewhere
Also,
on
hot hill''i- down south
a team
it
he sent
V a l e / . , another
Till'
Yankees
the
where
They
Ron K l i m k o w s l u , Wade
would
Either way, first bast-
is solid.
by
and
tradition
Yankee
bad
Anniversary,
and
factors will
Beene
This past winter
spring training have seen several
Mtui
are s o l i d
their
bullpen went from
(Jetty
be l o w e d ,
I,,
pan
[lie
hours
ill
ol
Department
of
the
gcmiiu, to
truck
Burns
lire.
ihe
the
for
itewK
expressed
Fire
trucks
scene, as an
[he
lower
lire
to
be
weie
illegally
b l o c k e d t h e i r w a y and had
(he l o w e r s t h r e e t r i p s . W h e n they
Tower,
[he
Fire
eause
Oil Tank
ll t o o k
ihe
ol
,,l
i n , h area , , l
w,iii-i.
lake
was
escape
luTure
mi-nt
[lie
Fortunately,
alarm
mil
ol
total
thai
I he l i r e
niiilii
ihe
to
linalK
c o n t r o l . The
damage
was
was
floor, directly
lowei
was
reported
less
was n o t i c e d . T h e
has a p p r e h e n d e d a suspect
K m i m s l i in I i o n
Willi
[he
elloris
arrival
ployees o l
ihe
ol
only
a
three
under
a glass
deserted, due
than
to a
three
ninures
I'oh,
i)cp.ut
University
in i h e lalse a l a - t i i .
"I
November,
11;7 J .
began
three
Slate
Completion
ml
pitching
oVi-r\
their
to
early
cranes
University
lb,'
Thurs.!a\
and
live
morning
hundred
( a m s t n u lion
H i . u i s i i I I . I ion
has been w i d e l y
no[
with
Fiftieth
all
of
these
whal
thai
hiding
old
go
tilled
ailtl
ll
are
l.iling
have
depth
to
Behind the plate is the new Hill
Led
Masingnme, and Jim Roland, the
likes of
s u b , at
increase!
Iwo
parked
iu.l
University
as t o
delayed
Seymour
em
I )ep,u I i n e i i i .
ell,nl,
I',
estimated
so In- may
watch O t t o
that
Stuyvesant
neeessai)
men
so, Hal
may
sure
ol
around, and has been burning up
the Yankee bullpen was a parade
make
all
cli.it
the
DH
of clowns who could be counted
to
for
either one.
the Yanks, but would insure that
in their lineup. If not,
then he will platoon with Felipe
Alou,
to
give
Yankees
would not hold their lead against
will have another awesome power hitter
we come
r i a l problem: middle relief
and a fifth starter.
Blomberg
Dickey, Thurinaii Muuson
and as the 1)11
only
to see some
If
17 games. If not
few
Now
prove on that .24 I average.
on opening day. This season Roy
N o r t h . Also, there are rumors of
Gaylord)
may
.iliniist
exceeded
of
deals lor Jim Kaat or Jim Perry
colors and win
he
problem
[not
began getting those timely
useless
pleasant
plete games, and live through the
major leagues in turning the DP,
hits,
the
the
make
may
Supervisor
Si,ii,-
wildcriiK-ut
sipi.ue
the 3 fans in the upper deck, trip
claims
swing
destroyed
temperature
will
differ
form as of last August. Joe
as he dazzled the fans with
defense.
the
, iimhusti,,n.
last spot on the staff. Casey Cox
will
DH
.is
and firoballer, Mike Pazik for the
and
the
Wednesday
Tower
lots
of
Bildin
and
while
up
did a fine job, hut has since seen
have been knocking Roy's weak
starter,
make
chez to play third base. Colerino
The average will he hack up
fifth
to come
boys,
count on around 25. Lindy
10 HR's, Roy will be out there
well go
be the
bet
big
probably
will
only hit .272 with M
docs so
the
Fritz has established himself as a
pen.
he
with
Jim
Modioli
solid starter, and
he may find himself in the bull
things
is a good
north
may
rookies
George
Horace Clarke. For years, Clarke
way
the
Medich
have
and
his place is the much maligned
after
batting
as
Magnuson
RBI's, not bad
HR's and 34
and the fans began cheering. No
hi'
ame has done very well in spring
for dead wood. Callison will see
the
hi- able to do
Biasing
more
and
Boyer, arc- gone, but last season
will
something.
Super Sparky. Do not expert ;j!>
Stottlemyre
an oTf year in '72, in which he
Roy
based fan club, w i l l be a
lock t o make the team and really
contribute
Kekich,
up
White, a solid ballplayer. Despite
him.
Stuyvesant Tower Cremated
winter, and with his new Albany
State
campom
aprll full luut
Your Adnrtlty to Nude Work W Albany
the
year in the P.R. League this past
The
Rolfe, and more recently
second, and will
for
are
Backing
plays second
all
Fritz Peterson, Steve Kline, Mike
Rich-
ardson
changes,
Fred Beene had a great
hands with Lindy McDaniel and
left field, but in his place is Roy
RBI's and
better.
training,
Rick Dempsey.
Did
important
lock to win 20.
Johnny Callison last season. Cal-
The
patrols
Mi/.e is back home on
son
A t s h o r t s t o p , Phil R i z z u t o n o
longer reigns, b u t t h e veteran
Gene Michael is there, a fine
fielder w h o is ironically nicknamed " t h e Stick"—something
he has never used effectively.
San
in
ihe
an
ih,-
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seem. There
ese.iped
convict,
fourteenth
floor
matches were
New
Y,,ik
an
been
arsonist,
no
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circu
less, was
closet.
t h e r e : each had i h e
Deparimeni
things
rumors
maintenance
found
State
have
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insignia
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seholais
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Sliiu^hlei 1111111 who has
reeeived
publishers
some
of
the
Ibis
hiiihesl
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urn liuijr, t i i i i i u ' i c
die
i'iwi'i\
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a leader, nlul
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publications make a good loach
or
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was Ibe ,|Ue„l,o„ ol
whether
sluilents would vote al faculty
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teach
at
thoy
an
might
as
elementary
Hum bugger
is
the
one
who
docidos the fate of Karol Slaughterman
Because of this, studonts
aro looking forward
to threaten
him tomorrow. One student told
lho
Kirk
in
tin'
ASP
"wo
got
something on him thai will get
I'oopunii
him out of l.bis university quick-
OITK-O, many dUuppoiuli'd al U10
er than a Cheetah in heat; i f ho
(Milcomo
doesn't
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of
Lho
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mooting
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ih full of pihh mid vinc|(ai
hugger wouldn't
The Nludi-iiis will mi-el (tinior
row
with
Mr,in
I M A
support
Muni
Slaughterman
we'll blow it sky high and Hum
janitor
land a job as u
in an elementary
school
in the heart of the Sahara "
l
1 : i < ; 11111 F A G i ' i
NINTH
|>ublisbod and if they aro
school."
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tttu Yow 4tf»/fliy 0/ MUM Wot* at **#nn
told a ^roup of
a loachor if ho or
publishing
woll
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she bus had at I oast one scholarly
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Ho recently
studonts nt his office that "1 can
I"1'
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ignorant
(
'V many in Ibe
l',,y,l,,,b,|;y lo he an
scholar, is currently
tln.s
baHieally
who U not a youd Leather. Mum
for
"'«'"'"'world of
cxcellenl
hui
are
l)U[|jfor ih rumorod to believe that
a eause,
l
Wcl
recent
war anymore so llley are lonkiiii!
Cull of s h i t . " Peepan replied,
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l-.al i l r a w . p u n k
Also discussed nl the mnoting
Ui
Humbu^or's
tin
leaebei i.,lini;s in I Ills uni versit v,
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has w o n several a w a r d s l o r l l e i
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students
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Pirates Team to Beat in NL East
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TENTH PAGE!
LASTPAGEIIIIIIIIIIIII
EtBltm&r
Council Gomes Clean!
meeting
by A.S. N y n e
C e n t r a l C o u n c i l met last Thursr
day
in
the
laundry
room
of
W a t e r b u r y Hall in an effort
to
securing
from the snack b a r , w h i c h was
Dryer
uptown.
was s e c o n d e d b y R a d i o Council-
Contracts.
person
Radical s m o k e s m a n Bury Davis
The
WSUAve
motion'
Golightly,
appropriating
which set off a m i n o r 3 0 - m i n u t e
get "closer to the p e o p l e . " On
the ASP salaries line to the My
d i s p u t e over w h e t h e r or not any
the
thirty-seven
Lai V e t e r i n a r y C e n t e r . While all
of the o t h e r m o t i o n s had been
bills dealing w i t h strikes, appro-
agreed that the hospital needed
seconded.
p r i a t i o n s , w h i t e b a l l o t s , and im-
rebuilding,
peachments.
the s t a t e m e n t of liberal spokes-
tory a p p e a r e d
person Micki G o t b u c k s that the
retrieve their l a u n d r y and were
involved
d r a g o o n e d i n t o joining a C e n t r a l
agenda
Council
Hokum
were
Chairperson
introduced
Canned
eight
bills
calling for the i m p e a c h m e n t
President
Lumpil.
introduced
Lumpit
a bill
sentiment
animals
themselves
of
straps,"
im-
up
and
their
she
pull
amend the m o t i o n t o send $ 5 0
" p r e c i p i t a t i n g i n g e n u o u s dissen-
from
lion
freshments line i n s t e a d .
for
his o w n
personal
im-
A
b r u g a n e o u s s a t i s f a c t i o n . " Debate
the
Central
Council
second-degree
re-
amendment
Laundry
consulted
for
Games
Hoyle's
for
guidance
Students
laundry
wait
outside
Waterbury
while
Council
met
a b o u t what t o d o n e x t , a verbal
none
of
il
battle arose a m o n g three coun-
since
he
intended
mattered
out,
anyway,
lo v e t o
laundry
in s t o r m y
room
session
filling
for
Ihe
room
Willi
s m o k e . After a brief, 10-miiiuie
the
minutes
person Steel Girder w h i c h a p p r o -
cilpcoplc over w h o should
pay
whole mess and would w r i t e a
debute over the relative urgency
priated all $ 5 , 0 0 0 remaining in
the exlra p e n n y lax on the hag
15-page c r i t i q u e since tins was
of
the refreshments
of p o t a t o chips.
the 100th bill he had vetoed thai
voted \2-'> to adjourn the meet-
month.
ing a n d
Hokum
Current
thai
his
informed
motions
had
line. " E n o u g h
died for lack ^\' a s e c o n d , since
is loo m u c h , " exclaimed
the Official S e c o n d e r , Maryjane
Chairperson
Buttons,
was absent
from
the
Vice-
As H o k u m was a n n o u n c i n g the
who
decision as to what was h a p p e n -
moved to refer the matter to the
ing. President I.union s l a t e d that
Current,
S u d d e n l y , a dryer
Irale
SUNYA buys out
midtown NYC
"FM"
the
situation,
the
proceed
taproom
underneath
Longshine
for
to
O'lleany's
some
relaxation
from t h e s t r e n u o u s session.
shorted
by " S h i f t y " S a n d s
Professor Stan Blunt of ihe G e o g r a p h y
Department
announced,
t o d a y Ihat the main p o d i u m , u p o n which all a c a d e m i c buildings a i r
built,
has b r o k e n
loose
from
lis pilings and
is moving
low aid
sidering the p u r c h a s e of a new
I n t e r s t a t e '•>() and
c a m p u s , part of Phase VI of the
built
new S U N Y A master plan lo ex-
G i a l f y , assistant
to Professor Blunt. "Willi n o pilings lo hold us in
Above is the site of the purchase of office space by the trustees of
pand
place, we
Willi the shifting
S U A N Y N Y . T h e r e was assistance from the S t u d e n t Association and
go. C o n s t r u c t i o n
the
classes
of
76-99(as represented
by
MYSKANIA,
until there is no place lo
has begun
on
on
move
to be u n d e t e c t a b l e , bin
who
have
the s e c o n d
declared themselves the legal guardians of all future Albany
State
t o w n c a m p u s of the S t a t e Uni-
lakmg
versity of Albany al New York
Avenue by I'MO.
students, born and unborn)
at
New
York. The
"You s e e . I he university was
schedule
worked
Slate
out
Quad
by
sands
The movement
may t o t a l
fifty
feel
G.O
is slow
a year," A
in
ihe
\l)X2
year
and
"All is not losl. h o w e v e r , if we act n o w , " urged Bliuil in a s p e e d ,
lo university a d m i n i s t r a t o r s . The Professor w o u l d like lo see cables
because
run b e t w e e n D u t c h Ouad and Ihe H u m a n i t i e s building, and b e t w e e n
Everything
from
will
gel
the Albany
completed
Slate.
unoccupied.
towei
Us
name
Indian Q u a d and C h e m i s l r y . Failing Ihat, lire D e p a r t m e n t is working
C a m p u s . The
out a s y s t e m
Dutch.
Ihe
is called New
use of logs and t h o u s a n d s of laborers, as was d o n e in a n c i e n ! Egypl
completed
bell t o w e r , almost
n o w , will be k n o w n
new club sprouts
II most
versity of New York a I Albany
has
made
several
the
acquisition
office
buildings
ul
They
will lie la/.ed and a small replica
of ihe Albany C a m p u s will he
built. In a d d i t i o n , there will he
the long awaited, m u c h
field
4iittt L
needed
House, to till the concert
gap loi s t u d e n t s at S U A N Y N Y .
Completion date is projected for March 1 3 , 1 9 6 8 at 7~30.
luniimtaJ
on page
fourth
Bursar Tries Economy
apparently
timc-consumcis have n o experi-
45 minules oi s o . she'll tell h i m
succeeding q u i t e well, according
ence with a s y s l e m .is c o m p l e x
oi
lo Assistant
as m i l s , " he e x p l a i n e d
Ihiough
cier.
Ihe
for
Ihe
who
Office
are
Bursal R o c k y Gla-
innovative
transfer
lormerly
of
deali
plan
calls
employees
wnli
slu
in
paper-
from
and
b r i d g e p l a y i n g . A special iiiunhei
IS lo a r o u n d
Currently,
a
7
pei
day
And we
part-time
e m p l o y e e , a veteran of 25 years
al
lul e x p e r i m e n t s in delicatessens
handles all the
across the c o u n t r y , is already in
transactions. " S h e ' s
Ihe
motor-vehicle
bureau,
overthecotinlei
really
fan-
use to spread the hues m o r e even-
tastic
ly, c o n t r i b u t e to c o n f u s i o n , and
e m p l o y e e , "We had a d o o r in-
lo
watch,"
admired
one
h o p e f u l l y c m d o w n on the num-
stalled
bers of " h a r d c o r e " s t u d e n t s w h o
' R E C O R D S ' on n , o n l y it's really
wall
through
SECOND PAGE
-
almost
any-
goes
anil out
lo
with
the
an exit to a n o t h e r building
word
Al
Woiks
eveiy lime "
Olhei
single
s y s t e m , d e v e l o p e d from success
will
then she
door
lo pick u p some d o u u l s
we see h e r e
with p r a c t i c e . "
tasks
wail,
thai
students
more
coflecmaking,
to
l u n c h , or to a movie, ui m a y b e
think we can slice it still further
suitable
hei
cm down ihe actual n u m b e r of
d e n t s on an individual basis to
shuffling,
• • • • • -
"We've
innovations
include
wailing aiea ("It d o e s n ' t
woik,
Ihey wear c o a l s " ) , making the
flouts
hardei
decreasing
vent
reading
search
to
the
sil
u n r e a s o n a b l y high Illinois oi nn
end."
adveitising
"Short
The
ihe
Peoples
up-
Week
Mtinchkiu C l u b , re-
reachable silverware. Al ihe i o n
leience s t u d e n t s
the S t u d e n i Association, is spoil
solve such p r o b l e m s .
s o n n g Ihe unci collegiale evenl
all)
Hundreds
ol
slum
students,
faculty
leading lo a minoi
beisliomill ovei [he s l a t e , mosllv
" A s s a i l e d Short S t u d i e s " ( ' m i l
icpoo
iod.iv
danueis
lution
n
warned
ihe
possible
I' 1 ""
ihe
vt.iiuhnds
cmdeil
which
ol
Jlown
Hi,H "I
niciii ,p, 'In.in
Hi polluliini
a:i' slllVIVi.'d
I he,
tcilllil 1
,uuc\
in
n e a s Inn,.! •
nun
1,1 ,i'.;.'
"ii is
Iliiwewi
people in V'\s \ oi k I u \
am.Mini. "i
I lion
Inn:;-,
uu'ie
-sd
pollutants
\"
l.mttci
billion
n ' p . n . ussions
inistjke
Hindu
;.'i
ill.
and
sou,,] events
Mem
Heading ihe hsl id
SIIOII
in
IV,son s
T h i n e will he some social b o n i s
al which milk and s h o i i c a k e will
by scived
heistoiy
c o n l e i e n c e will he a dance held
Di
David
The lowliglu ol
liadnian, speaking on " A Short
in Ihe C a m p u s ( e n l e i
Slay
al
is a G o o d
full
Slull "
night, 7 p m
he
a
film
Slay
in |.C
on
ihe
oi
(hi
I S.
Friday
1 ilieic will
benefits
ol
being small, preceded by a senes
ol selected s l u m subjects
Saturday
afternoon's
u
by
aie
eligible
loimed
(bib,
lo liulhei
university
ics as " R o o m
seineslei
foi
The
Club's
All S U N Y A c o m m u m t )
bers
discussion g r o u p s including l o p
Remodeling
Ballroom
own
band. "Tiptoe "
Munchkui
piugram
ihe
p in S a l u i d a y . Music will he
provided
people
hie
wilh
Sin,.'
Oi.-
clique
speakeis will be S U N Y A ' s o w n
professor
lo
ui.HUM.i' u n c i ,
no,'oi.ii
oiiihuslion
ill.- new li.i.'.n.l ol ovei
w.nk
.ll.l.'l
nn.
in,in
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I.II ihe i m i iv, " s e n . ol Jiivini;
Ii.,
inllill iln- ::u.ii.inieei u lakes
l o o much
e l l , u l and nine
Japanese ui.nkei
Lib,,i u i s i s
, h.'.ipei
which
ihe
was
Ihe n g h l s oi
in all aspects
Ihe
,v ",i 1,1 make ,i inn Ii
,n
\ S | ' I A has ali.'ads sou>:li l
,,| h,uses on ii.'.i.linills.
ol
Dues a i e 1/ pel
sllldciil
lax
and
Ih.-
vlii
i
soiijihi
"Career
tary
billion v. HI Ih ,u
O p p o r t u n i t i e s foi Short G i a d s . "
lads.
Height
Digois' 1 ,"
and
Professors
Minnie
Itodd
loi
de
S
presents:
EROTIC FILM FESTIVAL
Little Red Riding Hooker
Beauty and the Breast
Off-White and the Seven Pimps
an uiiuii, lion io preveui ihe use
Mobil vs.is ihe . l e a l i o n
P e o p l e , " "Are
^fTlLCINEMA
Ihe
wilh ih .oi low
It)/ w i t h o u t . C o n t a c t club secre-
Short
In
mem-
join
DON'T GIVE A HOOT.
Tickets will be sold in CC bathroom
l a m - l : 1 0 am Sunday
loi
Big Personality "
ol all sizes aie invilcd lo m o s i ol
ihe events
"flu-
GIVE A HOOT
, "si K
p,i||iiii"ii
and
Greenbacks or Monopoly m o n * y
I
Wai"
Icctuies,
payable only in
in
Is il
have its en up llu- '.lea •'! J l"V.
ol
$105
-.lo'ss ,
Western I h s l o r y h e h u e ihe ( oil
weekend
Class of '82
\
begin
a
$95
ol Hi.' b u n d l e d II.MIIIII.-SI
ilial .ill ui ilieni have . n nsi.l.-i
il'l.-
Class of '23
is sill
being
People
April 15-31 1976
Siirdies have
ill men h o i n
"Shoil
con
Buy Tickets early, limited am*.
Vacation Spot of the U.S.
li . ould he l.n.il in ihe
in
u n d e i , will
Osh Kosh
I don't want
ies-
aie
anil
devised
in
noi
cuhnns
teel
Round Trip
Bus Ticket to
'into pol
weie
couises
live
Re-
APRIL FOOL'S PRESS
,i
veige u p o n Ihe c a m p u s l i i d . i s lo
studying.
up"
will ills
possibly
short
no plans have been " f u m e d
Acudenm
mcnibcis
faculty and adiriimsttalron mem-
offers Ihe a t t e n d e e s a choice of
in t h i s area.
lo
cuss a s e n e s ol p i o p o s e d couises
and
into
difleicul
schools will c o m p u t e ami n \
pre-
is also being d o n e
lioni
cently l e c o g n u e d and l u n d e d by
WOODSY OWL HOOTS:
Enjiiii
ilic oils,
to
c r e a t i o n of d i s t u r b i n g noises, but
I (
nig Willi Housing and F o o d Sei
on,
lighting
oi
y o u have lo bend
probably
coming
Met lovcrii stiemed iclaxi'il on
Ihe "Vi- ol' his a d d r e s s lull bad
noi I'll Ihill lie was •'i-.m.'i'i-iii'ir
abolll an ippai'i'in .iss.issin.u ion
\ n o t e d loMiolouisI p u b l i s h e d
ma|oi
vice l o discuss p r o b l e m s such as
Baby,
d i o p p i n g Ihe l e u i p e i a l i u e in the
by
Munclikin Club have been mevl
d o w n lo icad the signs, t h e y ' r e
films,
lei d i a l l i n g wilh a s t u d e n i I'm
Hursar's
thing I'm service
C o m m i t t e e s from Ihe S U N Y A
hers ol ihe S U N Y A c o m m u n i t y
"Mosi of these
New efforts at e c o n o m y at Ihe
ol
Til.' nuiion is .ilremly oillvuu:
liuhind lllen • president.. Willi cake
sales
.noi
li.i/iuu.s
plnnili'd
llll-ouijhoul
Vlii.s.sacliiiM'll.s .mil
Wnsliiinjlou, 0 l' I'll.- '.'in.iiiiiin;
piii-| ol' ilic .-uunitv is IM-IH Tails
" w a i l i n g n , n o ' vviltl iniiny
liuliluiij 111.' 'I I oh j voll
,ci"
.illiludi'
to hear it.
loui! i nil'' he said
by Lilly Pulian
1'iirlliei u p t o w n , the Slate Uni-
Pi'i'siiliMil.
I'onicsuini.s
wuli
prior nii'iilal lii'alinenl . o i ' s a u l
lo hi' cMiluilcil.
Yes to NO,
\ m.'i l e a n s
as Ihe New Carillon, and Water
lower,
I'on.spii-aey orjjiinivttul by Inu, busmess. He told a rupul'ter Irom
ihe Voir York Hint's . " I h o s e
.-apitalisl ine,.s cull hileli all Ihey
wain Inn I didn'l can a nnj etnii
Irom i h e m iluinitr my t'uin|ini|>n
.mil iln-v itui ill ,'iii -,1m now '
Shhhhhhh...
lor moving the p o d i u m h a c k every year, iluougli the
The o n e just started will
be called (at least officially I New
lo sell all ihe While House dishi(S..."w'i can use pnpt'r p l u l e s . "
MrljuviTii's
dnuHhtei's
luivc
.uirci'd lo s(dl Ihen-sla.sli .Hid uive
tlit*
money
lo
Ihe
lonli'nil
Ti-cii.sury Sources elosn lo llie
Pi-i'.sidi'iii say thai lie is si'iiaitsly
lliinkmu a b o u t
sdliim
ruffle*
wilh ihe first pii/.i- beiiiu. Vice
Washington
pleted in l ' ) 7 1 , was kept a secret
was
President
George
Mi'tJoveni
will let I t h e n a t i o n t o n i g h t in an
address Hint the t r e a s u r y of the
United Slates was b r o k e
The
market tell sharply as w o r d of
Me( jtivern 's speech r e a c h e d in
veslors. MeGovern said thai he
did not a t t r i b u t e ihe financial
d b a s l e r to Ins 1.0(H) dollar I"*'"
person welfare plan hul r a t h e r to
o v e r t i m e lor Pentagon workers.
In .HI I'iTorl io stabilize the
national
economy
Me Govern
a n n o u n c e d ,i While House rum
mane sale and a National ha'/.aar
Kleanor. the ins! lady already
has told r e p o r t e r s llial she plans
ihe c o m p u t e r s h o w e d ihe p o d i u m ovci
sometime
com-
it
first,
l l y a l l House
sand d u n e s created by ancient glaciers," e x p l a i n e d
enough
tower in the d o w n -
Ihe
McG Soys US is Broke
Council
SUNYA on the Move
The S U N Y A iruslees are con-
b u r n told t h e gathering t h a t ,
" o n l y Richard Nixon can restore
the kind of dignity to California,
t h a t h e b r o u g h t to the nation
while P r e s i d e n t . "
T h e former President and his
wife Pat left t h e b a r b e q u e early
when an u n i d e n t i f i e d aid was
caught messing a r o u n d with the
Davis' p h o n e s . Before entering
his Hmosine, Nixon
told rep o r t e r s t h a t it was Pat Brown,
iiis former rival for governor of
California.
their
on the bill c o n t i n u e d for t w e n t y
until Acting Chairman
eer. In r e s p o n s e t o q u e s t i o n s
from r e p o r t e r s a b o u t his recent
statements
supporting
small
nuclear w e a p o n s t o fight c r i m e
in urban areas, Mr. N i x o n said
t h a t h e was m i s u n d e r s t o o d , a n d
the " I o n l y said we should leave
the o p t i o n o p e n . " F o r m e r sonin-law David E i s e n h o w e r w h o
recently divorced t h e President's
d a u g h t e r b e c a u s e s h e was caught
having an affair with a d e m o c r a t ,
was said t o be the campaign
manager. Y o u n g David, w h o is
now s p o r t i n g a q u a r t e r inch side
inside.
was offered
"Pack"
Chair-
to
While the C h a i r m a n and ViceChairman
Rules
by F i n a n c e
the r o o m
Soaps.
to
mediately castigated H o k u m for
in
Council C o m m i t t e e on
boot-
moved
Former
President
Richard
Nixon, who told a joyous nation
last N o v e m b e r , t h a t t h e y w o n ' t
have Dick Nixon lo kick a r o u n d
a n y m o r e , a n n o u n c e d last evening t h a t he would seek t h e Republican
nomination
for
the
1 9 7 6 election for j o v e r n o r of
California. S p e a k i n g at a barbec u e a t t h e h o m e of S a m m y Davis, Jr., o n e of his best
friends, N i x o n said t h e h e regarded the g o v e r n o r ' s m a n s i o n as
Hie key p a i n t in his political car-
Several residents of the d o r m i -
reflected
"should
by
Nixon Announces Candidacy
Ad H o c C o m m i t t e e o n Washer-
refreshments
SHELL, NW I m THE
mStUBNT - AHt> MfMe
\ffl"tAtSTAHe
ABOUT
In
Di
ol
S-ls
new l o a d s , all
Tuesday and Wednesday
7:00 and 9:00 am
Basement of Administration Building
ADMISSION: $5.00 with proof of age
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APRIL ONE
APRIL ONE
Mi
APRIL FOOL'S PRESS
THIRD PAGE
Lechers
College Administrators Riot
The administration and its puppets refuse
t o listen t o reason.
Sick (sic)
T o the Editor:
Associated Premise
Ground
Hog's
IS
oo-
Day
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Administration m e m b e r s all
over t h e n a t i o n have taken over
the s t u d e n t unions in what
appears t o be t h e largest outpouring of unrest since the Cambodia invasion. As of this m o r n ing m o r e than 4 0 0 colleges a n d
universities remain closed with
the n u m b e r increasing every
hour. T h e rioting is in response
to what administrations feel is
growing s t u d e n t e n c r o a c h m e n t .
What sparked the mass closing of
schools was a t t r i b u t e d t o t h e
deaths of four college deans at
Bent State University, a n d t h e
s h o o t i n g by s t u d e n t security of
two black vice- presidents at
George Rockwell University.
Chanting slogans like " 2 , 4 , 6,
H, all y o u s t u d e n t s m a s t e r b a t e , "
and burning transcripts, administration m e m b e r s a r e upset over
s t u d e n t apathy and s t u d e n t intrangience. O n e a d m i n i s t r a t i o n
s p o k e s m a n at P r i n c e t o n , w h o
wished t o remain a n o n y m o u s
said, " G o d d a m n it, those F—en
s t u d e n t s are so freakish, we c a n ' t
even talk t o t h e m with all t h a t
loud music blasting."
T h e National Guard was called
o u t last night o n t h e University
of Maryland, when a b o u t 1 0 0
administrators
gathered o n
" R o u t e One, overturning s t u d e n t
registered cars, a n d breaking
d o r m windows. T h e head of t h e
Maryland Guard has ordered a 9
t o 5 curfew for all administrators w h o must n o w remain in
their offices till they leave.
S t u d e n t s have by a n d large
remained fairly a p a t h e t i c t o t h e
recent uproar. O n e coed a t
UCLA was q u o t e d as saying,
" N o w t h a t t h e Spring is here,
they just d o n ' t want t o stay in
their cubicles. It's more fun t o
riot. I r e m e m b e r when I was
younger, we used t o d o the same
nonsense."
Ballbany State
President L o u i e Ben-gay-zet
a n d Vice-President Crockin led
several a d m i n i s t r a t o r s t o t h e
C a m p u s Center w h e r e
they
assembled t o h e a r a speech by
M a y o r E r a s t h m u s Mourning. The
Mayor, speaking from t h e CC
fountains told t h e c r o w d that
" w e a d m i n i s t r a t o r s have been
t o o long held responsible for t o o
m u c h . It's time they learn t h a t if
we g o t s o m e t h i n g t o say, we're
gonna say it n o w . "
S t u d e n t Association President
Michell L u m p o t a n d his associate T o m ClingsOn were repor
tedly d i s t u r b e d by Ballbany
State A d m i n i s t r a t o r s . Mike, in ;i
rare interview with t h e Kick in
the Asp told this
reporter.
" F r a n k l y , I'm surprised, this reflects a p r i m i g e n o u s recension of
ribald s h a n d r y d a n , a n d is basic
ally u l t i m o g e n i t u r e o p h i o m a n c y ,
besides which, it's a fucking
shame."
Find it at the Crookstore's
semi-weekly
anniversary sale
Poop-Poop-ee-Doop
To the Editor:
Let m e state first that this letter is not
for publication U n d e r n o c i r c u m s t a n c e s ,
do I want t o b e stabbed in t h e back again.
Everytitne I turn around a n o t h e r so-called
" r e p o r t e r " from t h e ASP is there to
m i s q u o t e m e o n a n o t h e r polysyllable
expression o f solidarity with t h e ruling
clique o n this c a m p u s .
Yes, I love power. Yes, I love polish.
Yes, I love t h e soft black leather c o u c h e s
that a b o u n d in administrative offices.
S o m e d a y I hope t o be an a d m i n i s t r a t o r
myself, and when that day conies. I
intend never t o talk to any of you again
For that m a t t e r . I d o n ' t think I'll talk
to any of y o u starling righl n o w . As I've
often said in sharp flashes of my m u t a b l e
wit, n o n e of y o u understand Knghsli
a n y h o w . Hall! Take that. And p o o p o n all
of y o u .
Buy 1 bic pen
get the 2nd for
Associated I V s s
Giddyap!
To the Editor:
Why is 11 that Ihe ASP has i . n i s i s t c u t h
Ignored couliovcisi.il leiiuie uiscs mi
c a m p u s ' ' l i m e and tune again. s o u have
turned your beads while helpless tcaeheis
ge! t h r o w n out ol then |obs 1 onels
Carillon Waterworks was attacked Willi
nary a word fioin s o u i publication Do
you think your newspapei is above the
slime of c a m p u s polities'' l i s about lime
you stepped d o w n lioni youi high hoise
and took a stand on tenure issues
double the price
$4.00 each
Administration m e m b e r beating up s t u d e n t o u t s i d e C a m p u s Center yesterday.
Schools all over the nation a r e being s h u t d o w n b y irate a d m i n i s t r a t o r s .
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maslei
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April 2 and April 3
7:15 and 7:30 in LC 33 \
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Thurs. Nite.
APRIL FOOL'S PRESS
( oiislHlclloil has a h e a d ) been
underway loi live s e a l s ( s e c i e l h
u n b e k n o w n s t lu iiiusl i asu.il oh
seiveis C o m p l e t i o n dale loi llie
entire d o w n t o w n c a m p u s is es
lunaled al Maich 14. \')h'> .H
7 .W a in
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APRIL ONE
I bough Ins d e p a i t n i e n i voted against
b u n . they really iliink lie should gel
leiiuie
Department Chairman l a u s l u s
McNasty. an old e n e m y ol siiidenls and
all progressive t h i n k e r s , also vetoed leiiuie loi Jake Associate Dean Modeiatiim
Mugwump added his disapproval-as did
Dean Hurnbuggei. All of lliein have u in
loi 111is icalls- excellent professor.
And what d o they base llieu decisions
i n ' I h e usual 1 " f a l l u i e hi attain degiees
and r e c o g n i t i o n ! " They d o n ' t explain
lh.it Jake can't gel his li.A. until he
c o m p l e t e s the High School equivalency
exam. And as l o i Ins published w o i k ,
how can a mail barely capable of wilting
Ins name gel himself p u b l i s h e d 7 T h e
charges aie therefore ridiculous.
Do/.ens ol music s t u d e n t s have written
io ihe Dean. President l i e n e / e l . Chan
cello!
Uoyei. Governor
Kockclellei.
Kicbaul Nixon, and C o d . hut Io no avail
This is a Lousy Letter
To the Editor:
I dare y o u t o print this! This letter will
p r o b a b l y never b e printed because it is
real. T h e rest of y o u r letters are all
figments of your imagination published
Io e n t e r t a i n t h e readership, and create t h e
false ideas that controversy and disagreement e x i s l on this c a m p u s .
For e x a m p l e those letters complaining
a b o " t r o o m searches b y Housing weie
printed t o scale llie s t u d e n t s . You d o n ' t
want them t o appreciate Ihe line l o o m s
and fan regulations 11 icy a i e living under.
All those lelieis aigiiiug ovei Ihe actions
of o u r m o s t
beloved
Central
Council have got i o he some ol youi most
imaginative We all know Ihai Central
Council does nothing ihat would cause
llie leasl bat ol an eyelash
Also those lelieis s u p p o i t m g piolessois
in dangei of losine then leinue I heai
weie w n t l e n b \ eilbei s t u d e n t s leceivmg
A's in Ihe c o u i s e . oi even by ihe prolessoi's m o t h e r !
Don't Panic
D o n ' t y o u realize y o u must stop y o u r
outrageous distortions of news events,
and fabricate n e w s events c o m p l e t e l y ? As
long as a n y t h i n g in t h e ASP even remotely corresponds t o reality, y o u might
just as well tell t h e whole truth instead of
the tiny kernal of it y o u presently dole
out t o your readers.
As it stands n o w , people complain t h e
ASP misquotes t h e m . Don't y o u realize if
you make up q u o t a t i o n s out of ihe thin
an y o u save half the t i m e . a n d . in
addition, take llie wind out of llie sails of
anyone claiming t o be m i s q u o t e d ? How
long! 0 . how long will it be before y o u
come to youi senses? wake u p . Breathe
lice fell peiniscious lies and sciap all
youi mciely unsubstantiated Illinois
I don'l believe 1 am alone in m y
disenchantment with Ihe ASP All across
the campus I heai ihe uuiimured disc o n t e n t , l i e s ' We cry loi lies'
Father
Friday Afternoon
1. Tampoons are bulky and
uncomfortable.
VA LSI:!
small
be avoided with
NOV
only
moderate
be
avoided.
. S O ' 'lampoons
one safely
use
pin jor
added
reliability.
4.
Something might s h o w .
I'A LSI:!
lampoons
become
invisible
on
exposure
to light,
5.Tampoons lower
batting average.
NO!
one's
the neu Mi 02.
noon
free hot chocolate
is tunc
National
accepted
lam
in the
League.
6. Tampoons
forming.
are habit
UNTR ('/:'.' No one has yet
proved
any causal
relationship!
• • - • • • • c m along d o t t e d line " • « » » • *
HARVARD TAMPOON, INC.
Concert
The Three Chipmunks
w/lead singer Alvin
Sunday Afternoon Ice Skating on the Lake
APRIL ONE
must
3. There are pins and pads
to worry about.
Tiddly Wink Tournament
w/Lawrence Welk & his orchestra
Saturday Nite
must
Tampoons.
Only
exercise
BJ Chall,
KICK in-the-Kd.
Dance
./re
uncomfortable,
2. S t r e n u o u s 'exercise
%
featuring Mama Cass Elliot
Friday Nite
'lampoons
and
VALSL1
Fashion Show
O'Houlihan
Six Myths Exploded!
In case y o u have been wondering a b o u t
certain differences m t o d a y ' s ASP, let m e
assure y o u Hint Central Council has not
put L S D into t h e Campus Center water
supply Indeed, t h e ASP does not usually
publish o n a S u n d a y , but y o u usually
d o n ' t read t h e ASP o n S u n d a y , either,
rie,ht'.'
Kvery year t h e Albany S t u d e n t Press
lets its readers k n o w what its staff is
really like. After t h e shoek wears off t h e
subscription rate recovers t o a n o r m a l
level. So t h a n k s for a good t e r m , we'll see
vou n e x t February
Weekend
CC ballroom
This is llie site " I Ilii' pinch.i ,i
,
' Care to Peel a Banana?'
I
shale scivices
si
I LIZA MANICOTTI AS SPOOKY ADAMS |
|
so s t u d e n t s , v
The Truth Lies
T o the Editor:
I am d a m n sick a n d tired o f (lading
t r u t h . Every
t i m e t h a t I pick u p
the ASP I only get t h e bare facts. Have
none o f you a n y idea of even the most
basic tenets of journalism?
Aug. 3-6
town c a m p u s . I nislees aie i > m
uFtii/GPSiteY
Dixie
Well, llie A d m i n i s t r a t i o n ' s dnve to fire
ill good leacheis has s h u c k again This
Mine Ihe laiget is Jake Kllbbllls piolessoi of whistling lu Ihe .Music Department.
Summer
sideling a purchase neai ('oluin
Tuna (with mercury)
Ain't Whistlin'
To the Editor.
PISLtc
Limited supply of
1970 calendars
(left over from last week's sale)
(linnet Hoodwink. M.D.
Percy lilysshe L u m p e r !
orig. $5.00 new
NOW
1 wish the ASP would cease these
irresponsible mistakes of jargon. I also
wish the ASP would stop writing about
the Student Health Center, which ill m y
o p i n i o n , is beyond c o m m e n t . I also wish
the ASP would...well, t h a t ' s a n o t h e r story
and I'm terribly busy
With great conviction,
An Adrrinistrator
Irate Music Students
T h e word " i n f i r m a r y " implies sickness.
No one is " s i c k " w h o enters the d o o r s of
the S t u d e n t Health S e r v i c e - o n l y " u n well." And it is equally implicatory that
the word means that infirm people w o r k
in t h e S t u d e n t Health Service. That is
simply a dirty r u m o r .
Very Sincerely Y o u r s .
cc: New Yoik Tunes. I h e While II..use
Any used textbook
I would like t o m a k e o n e think perfectly clear: T h e ASP's constant useage of
the term " i n f i r m a r y " is b o t n incorrect
and misleading. T h e proper term when
referring t o t h e s t u d e n t health service is
the S t u d e n t Health Service.
Students! This is y o u r chance t o stand
u p for Jake Kribbitts—it's n o w or never!
Sign petitions a n d c o m e t o the T e n u r e for
K r i b b i t t s meeting this W e d n e s d a y .
S o m e day, when the students grow u p ,
they will realize h o w they were fed the
illusions of controversy. For actually,
S U N Y A is an institution o f quiet and
contentment.
APRIL FOOL'S PRESS
Harvard,
West Virginia
f
)2.U)i
Sir!,
Veil Ruih rim yiMii ipuclal Introductory
offal of J IIU/IMI v ing-b|/ed lampoon*, loi
only II.'JO, 1 iudll/0 Hmi II I ,1111 tiot '..iliiilnii.i
Ldll
l i m p l y roiurn liiu unused portion.
Save oven moral
Ton tampoons for only $1J
(Addod iovimji of $.501/
***
cut along dotted lino
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name
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addles
—
NINTH
Pflnc
iawfci
University Broad announces the
biggest ever... to be held in the
Fireside Loungelltli All are Invited
to partake.
• •*••
/ Felta Thl fraternity is holding its
annual keg and leg party on May
3&4. All 1 university women are wel
come.
• •»•»
Today Is the last day to return
your Incomplete for the second
semester of the school year '71-'72.
If they are not in by today, then
speak to your professor for a further
extension,
Senior*: Placement service is now in
operation to help you. We are
looking for those people interested'
in Defacing Billboards, Looking for
Holes in Donuts, and Collecting Bugs
for an Entomologist. A college degroe
is necessary for <ill these important
tasks. Inquire .it die Placement
Service Office.
Attention Girls: Discover a new
aspect of campus life. Join the fun
and excitement of a new stud service
Watch
for posters about the
functions. Registration at functions,
ggBB^B
:Mr*'
Fot Sale: 1 9 / 2 Pontiac. Four
doors, 6-cylindet, good sDare:
$10.00. That'', nqht-only $10.00
because there is no car body,
engine seats ot other important
necessities.
1951 Oldsmobile F 8 i , 1-1,000
miles. Excellent condition, j i i
accessories. Sacrifice!
Honest
Al's Used Cars 714-2640.
BIKES
BIKES
B I K E S ' You
want 'em, we got 'em. A n y make
or mcrtJWf available locally at .i
fraction of the price. Show us
one you like and we'll get you
one exactly like it. Larry's Hot
Stuff Bikes • call IRving 6-eleven
eleven, only after midnight.
CLASSIFIED
ADS
PRODUCE
RESULTS!
All those
students who are
majoring
in
Extra- currlcular
activities should come to a meeting
tonight in PH129. Pre-requisites for
this major are 36 credits in the
extracurricular Held of your choice.
The Associated minor for this field is
usually 18 credits ol incompletes.
The meeting will be held ,ii 7 15PM.
Be there and find out how many
people are majoring in ihis Held ton.
WHERE TO GO
For Sale: Half a bottle of Vitamin F. My girlfriend .ays it
doesn't help. Call Lonely al N O l
too satisfied 6900. anytime,
One month old adorable puppy.
Has one slight problem • not
paper trained. But very affectionate - loves to sit on your lap.
Bed, unused for !j years. Must
sell quickly. Leaving for Reno
tomorrow
WAKTED
Do you have a copy of form
A2T95463S? I need il t o fill o u l
page
23
of
section
SCR2834/59603/26
of
foim
A T C H 35 74604 / J'j3 /'JO J. I he
short
version
of
form
A T C H 3 8 f W ; j 9 , i > 9 6 4 o i V<i,'?7fM'\
Call 9-1-274-4/S9
Two dozen b i . u k wire
Musi be now oi not
of Ion. Can -1 /?•<>')/ J
Dor the A b n i t i n m M
'em, we scrape 'em
Sex-slarved studenl
needs, h<*-ip.
i ng
PI<MSP
h and,
elf.
SPORTS SHORTS
< all
499-484/
Helping hand,etc. I o
sex-sfaived studenl (.,
f<'JOTIiH'
Putting Brothel together, i onking for attractive qirls
Some
experience necessai /
Musi be
willing to work m-qlits ( all I
the Pimp- 7-3016.
The third weekly postponement o l
[heProcrastlnator'S Club will not be
held this week because the president
didn't get around to it. The next
postponement
scheduled
will precede us
Students'
Internal
Mediation
Society presents their annual lecture.
Bring your own pillows.
Mental Illness Among Adolescents
(•very
Thursday
Night
in
CC375.ICentra1 Council Meeting).
Elections will be held for the Most
Obnoxious Person this week. You
may vote for the person of your
choice. The winner will receive a
Life-Time subscription to LIFE
magazine.
Notice: Applications for 73-'74
basketball team are available in the
women's showerroom. No experience
is necessary.
By Andy Pallid
Sometimes I t h i n k the Albany Symphony is a fine orchestra nearly
Writing Contest 2b cents for ihe
best decorated stall.
as usual. Can't they ever get a guest conductor, say somebody like
Anyone interested m ioinirit(S/3/Ma
Dlgma Doo the national Chicken
Pluck at B Honorary should .itinncl ,i
meeting .it lite Commissary [his
Wednesday .illnrnnnri ,il 1 DE1PM
FCiGSarlly
Singing Contest $25 Worst Voice!!
Two $10 runner up prizes. Special
awards to th« mnsl off.key and io
the most tone danl. Applications
itiusi he ii by KKlay to the
Performing Arts Cunter bathroom.
f ltd Forum on Marriage will he tnilcl
this Saturday TDOP-vl
n •hn
Mohnwk Power ['opir .viii \m Uw
'iffeel of ,i iHxual MflHlinnslii(] HI
financial ptfinnvng. Ihe new 'ilniSatf
md Broad will he shown.
Nothing to do? Wml ,H<
l sit md
nt\k .)i ID iiowtmrn 1 fiat*' Mill miw
ipot in \w ;!pO(vsoru(t md irfiam?(id
>V iha itn mi
KI
u h. tynw
lishatHliim micauwi
il
ai'k ol
nufftst,
F A R N BIG $ $ $ I N A FEDE R A L JOB RIGHT IN YOUR
OWN OO RM
Make a good
salary iust by using youi common scents. Occasional night
woi k aiding stale and local officials with their work. Contact
General Cleenkul, B.C.I., Bai
lacks I V , Wdteivlmt Arsenal. AM
inqnines strictly confidential
at a par w i t h the Chicago Symphony under George Solti except that
its not as good. Sometimes I d o n ' t .
The orchestra, under the direction o f its talented, imaginative and
extremely conceited director. Julius Hedgehog, as usual ( t o o much
(ieorg Solti o f the Chicago Symphony'/) presented both laces o l ' this
Does your landlord fix things
tiqht a w a y ' (Joes he give y o u
tune lo pay your rent'' Does he
le.ive you alone > If your answer
lo these or othei questions like
I hern is /es. PI \ ASf rail Housing CompLnnls i m . We're here
to help y o u solve youi h o n v m j
problems
If you have lr> [uslify somelhing
the next lime you call home
Call D i a l A Paienl drsl Practice
your story on one of our many
surrogate parents lo see how it
sounds, IF it's no good- -We'll
even help fix it up
A CRASSmiD AD
fT/i/if'V
f
Got
to tell N ^ O D A T r V / ' a body
your boy- ^ ^ J^you want to
friend you're I
tell?
pregnant 7
APHIL FOOL'S PRKSS
Schwann's
concert
split
compare it l o the two faces o f
personality, although
I wouldn't)
al an all-siar
lasl Saturday in Ihe Palatial Theatre and Home for Ihe
Indigent in Ihe heart o f Ihe slums o f Albany
They began w i l h Sirge Rtigehlech's "Deviations on a Theme thai
Hralims slole from Pagaiiini" w i l h SUNYA's o w n Spindlay Cockl o a d ' al ihe keyboard
I found il soil o l blase. I suppose, although I
guess 11 w i s okay il sou like thai soil ol iluiig
I didn't however
Although Mi Cockroach's talent is undeniable, in a way. I've always
though!
lus approach
l o tins work
is l o o frantic, 01 bland, or
something. Hedgehog's rather extravagant interpretation was lalliei
passable, hut didn't
Symphony
rate w i t h , say George S u l n ' w i i h Ihe Chicago
winch I have my own very extensive record colleclion.
Records: The Moons Are Oaf Again
The Deviations weie followed by " A n hisenhower P o r t r a i t " by
Uobhy Goldsboio, w i t h SUNYA's own President
Lotus
Benadryl
leading the stirring i n i t i a t i o n . Dr. Benadryl was a perlecl choice, as
he captiued every drop o f ihe color and excilemeni o f ibis great
American and Ins Dynamic era. Other than that. I found it d u l l .
Good pay! Fun, excitement, e t c
Irtqu.tr6 w i t h i n .
Stereo repair reasonable rates. It
we can't fix it, tough shit 1
Now Y o r k lo K o k u n n $499.98
round t r i p
Does not include
transportation, hotel side li ips,
or meals. Call Round-About A ways for further info
eiBiEmeep
Symphony is Eh
See the show for freed Ushers
needed at the SUNY Burlesque.
Contact the manager Gypsy Rose Lee
at the Performing Arts Cantor
dressing room
L o o k i n g for a new manager for
the Crookstoie and/Oi a new
C i o o k s t o t e(whichever
comes
first). Musi be able under any
circumstances Io Make Money.
Our
motto
>: ' S n o w
the
studenl'
Something
found you
want to
lose?
APRIL ONE
Synchronized Sinking meeting will
be held at the Gym Pool at 8:15 this
evening, New members are welcome
to come since old members never
came up.
INTERESTED FOLK
dual nature (some people might
A.M.I.A.
Jockstrap Stretching
Contest ICo-edl will he held on
Friday. March 27, m AD 231 ,.t \2
midnight,
Everyone ;s welcome.
Applications
and
equipment
registration m (X.'Mfi. Please supply
own |neks and par inerv.
A.M.I.A. Bating Tournament to Dfi
held on April R& I Vlusl lw able to
i-oosiime iJinjo nnaiitilies ol do-nn
'nod,
without
getting
sick.
Applications must he picked up .it
the mfirmary, hefor" today.
Coffee House 'his /wek .v
Rose and the Royal Rafldolh ,i
hot item from Downii >w<i
Greenhush. Bring your IWV-M ••l'>
this production s i (".HI .\P >n*>.
Wanted:
hangers.
used that
Ask (or
You rape
Mental Illness Among College
Students. Psycho presents the fllrnll
Everything you always wanted to
know about madness or who knows
what evil lurks in the minds of men.
To he presented on Sun. April 31,
6:00AM
in the Albany Med
Psychiatric Ward. Free admission and
all
invited.
Meeting
will
last
indefinitely.
CLUBS & MEETINGS
Were y o u dropped on your head
as a baby? Why not let me lell
you where you're at. Call Phren
Ol O'Gist
LOST j FOUND
Los!
My sislei , Penelope m Ihe
GD*
section. I' found, please
return in one piece, f l u n k you
round
One sislfit. Pe.nelope
Pleas" claim MOW1 The brothers
of C D /
I ost: Grej n .net n jarket in
black .mi| while building w i l h
narrow windows Call /-S300.
Ben|Congrats
on
another
year
without gell mg any When m
hell are you going to ask.
already"
You Unow jvho
Ralph1 went down lo Ihe COAST l.l'.i
week, ,inri Ih 1 /ve.ilhei w.e, MO 1
CLEAR
An lel.i told me io
KF f. P my h.iel', h) iviy.ell I,I l , i
ijel a HII.JINC l i o n i hei il,u! i le
lives HI Nl- W P A C T / A M I )
worUs in ,i 1 u / / i,it:toiv inn
he;'-, S T I L L L O O K I N G loi i
llellm |iih
1 i.
RIDE/RJDEttS
Ride Wanted. Willing to go any
Where. Will leavfi al anytime ,in
return whenever you want Call
Content A I" S U N Y A
Itrtrhi-rif) partner l o go down
south during vacalion. No pieference as to sex, race or religion
but
prefer
tall, nlorul, fan
skinner1
male
WASP
with
knowledge of Judo & Karate,
Ask lot Hymie S c h w a r l /
Come home my woi Id is oul ol
balance w i l h n il y o u .
Yang
rje.n Mom .in 1 sistcis I i r, pel lei
lo rjiue Ih.m li i et.eive
To Ihe per-. JII who keeps on
r.ilhnq me .1 all hours of the
nifjhl w i l h ol sr ene phone calls:
Pie,l-.e fool,,1, e 1 '
Pet veiled
msmtmmatmmIV
A l l m a n . guilars. Berry
bass. Pigpen, piano, and Jams on
(oh on a ten-day stone.
Oakley,
Ihe
kudos for covering up ihe icsl ol
wail 1
symphony, one o f my specialties. I l sounded as i l ' M o h l e i himself
lell ya ahoul t h e m , b i l l what Ihe
the hand. His technique ain't so
learning up l o do an all-blues
were conducting. Unfortunately, I mean Howard Mahler, w h o lives
hell. I've gol i i o l h i n heliei l o do.
hoi,
but he sure has a powerful
album with Charlie Parker and
on Colonial Quail and is a tone-deaf inalh majoi The peasants in Ihe
"Uranus and Ihe M o o n s " came
amp!
Kudos, therefore, to Mai-
audience loved M. bui when you've been lo a recording session w i t h
oul Willi their first disc a couple
Lenny by personal invitation, may I remind y o u ) you expeel better
o f veais ago ( y o u remember that
Whal other crap have 1 lying
things. Il w o u l d have been much heller had (ieorg Solti o f the
bomb -il was billed " A Study in
around here? A h yes. the new
It's by a " M o b y
Chicago Symphony conducted i t . Or Bernstein. Or me.
Blown").
Dead
Seamen," and it's n o l worth the
Scintillating Sounds
Ihe execution
of
Well,
folks,
they're
shall and Sunn.
album.
vocals. Hoy. can she ever
Rumors
aie
that
Theie's yet another future Iris-
This classic was
three weeks ago, and is bound lo
Don't
slei."
be a best-seller. The personnel
might damage y o u i needle.
from
"199
are:
Jiim
llendrix
Last
Dick and Ihe
recorded
soundtrack
al the l-illuioie
bee which came o u l this week.
il the "Saga o f Ihe Larry M o n h u l i l sounds more like
she's
Louis Armstrong. Let's hope.
back w i l h a new one. They call
Ihe
lather,
By Richard Evanescent
and Duane
that
cellophane wrapper H comes i n .
iry l o play i l , either. I l
Well, see ya tomorrow.
endeavor which was nol up to
Ofttimes we aie disappointed
their previously established par.
when oil] expectations are not
likewise thai o f Dr. Uppsclnilk.
realized,
just
Il was indeed, inspiring l o see
as. o f course, it
goes wilhout saying thai when-
Ihe " I h e a l e i " filled lo the h u m ,
ever
oui expeclalions do have
and even, whelhci
llieu
leall/atloll
believed oi nol so.ovei Ihe b u m
ill llicil
silhse
quenl pei lol in.likes Ihe opposile
leaction
w o u l d , ol course, in-
deed b e e f l c c t e d .
Sikh
was
ihe conceit
lasl
I uesday
senied
ehainiing
though,
and
pie
in
Ihe
spacious
(al-
acoustically,
not sans
by
Ihe equally
spacious
vious
(note
charming and
the lalliei
paiallels)
oh
Uiuveisiiy-
-('oiiiinuiiiiy Symphony Oiehesna
unilei
ihe sagciously
and
cleaily
well
executed
baton ol Di Nathan llppsclmlk.
Ihe Music DepaiInienr.s ehainiing and spacious (nol lo inenlion
technically
and
iniisieally
it is l o he
as Associate Chairman hail A K.
I'cicison
unequivocally
nounced
I hal
I he
an-
excess
audience in good pail was compnsed ol wli.iI we ol the "older
g e n e i a l l o n " nilghl all call " L o l l g liaus"
igei
tainly
not wilhout
H ' ' ) although
cer-
a smile on
inance
ihis
peiloi
was n o t , in nunc own
liuinhle o p i n i o n , ihe \ oiing oi
cheslia's
finest
endeavor,
al
lliough one inighl argue lli.il il
nol
Ihe
endcavoi
a naw rock
dltaitar.
remove iliemselves from the hall,
although
he hastened l o point
mil
in lus enduiahly
and
chaiiiiing
melodious
bass voice
thai
they w o u l d , indeed, he back l o i
ihe iepe.il pei loi inance on Sun
ESKIMO CULTURE
WEEKEND '73
day w h i c h . I hope, docs, indeed,
i ami' iij) lo what we have come
lo expect
ol
uonelheless
nol
polish, musicians
loilhnghl.
Maeslio,
aie
April 13-15*
l i o i n ihcse y o u l h l u l .
wlllioul
talent allhough ccilamly in need
Unloiiunalely,
"Uranui and tha Mooni,"
oui laces, would he necessary lo
bill
siipeih 11 haliiiuui
and eeilainly
| ) i . Uppschulk
eeilainly
C o n c e r t : ' T h e Frozen Tundra"
a hot new group
and then
able
They
capable ol II In-
deed
Theatre Production: "No, No, Nanook"
$1.00 admission ($.50 for parking dog-sled)
hill.
Rare Porn Show
By Sally Waters
mmmmmm
Motels." Zappa could've done a
beltei
Guitarist Seymoiu Tush deseives
was
/ +g±
lot o f really
day. and I'm n o l l o o anxious l o
heeled
he.II Bnnoy (' i ,
Make like ,i IOI t-ey piayet and
PUCK OF 1 "
got a whole
sillily tecords m the mail yesler-
l a i i l l ) "Main T b e a l e i " ol SUNY
Yin
I
The orchestra ended Ihe evening w i l h Mohlei's monumental F i f t h
PEttSONALS
SnookleookumsBa-da doobey oobey oobums. i
WUV OO Come go with me
C.iilo
By Salty Waters
the pieseutalion.
Refreshments
Blubber Buffet:
Whale steak dinner
Baked Alaska
Complete for $2.50
Icebox cake
(knives and forks extra)
will he served (sorry, lype " o "
H»fKI«o iff iHKMrfl I « N W L ^ ^ .
Theie w i l l be an exhibition ol
line
pornographic
films today,
only).
Information
lamed
by dialing Ml-; 7-1212.
can he oh-
A p i l l 1, in Lecture Center IK. A
Ask l o i T r i x i c . Oul o f l o w n , call
lecluie
c o l l e d . Admission n, by invila-
by Ihe famed
TENTH PAGE
I'lcianado.
''» m ii'Mim i n n r 1
ado,
f i l m of-
famed f i l m officiiui-
L o l h a i Pfennig, will follow
lion o n l y , so If you haven't been
invited, go • * * *
Tickets may be purchased from
igloo in the Campus Center.
* In case of snow, weekend will be CANCELLED.
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Preverts/Kick in the ASP/Preverts/Kick in the ASP/Preyerts/Kick in the ASP
Poor Harvey G n u s
Puzzle Solutions must b e s u b m i t t e d t o t h e A l b a n y
Press
Office
(CC 4 8 2 ) b y the M o n d a y
Student
previous
to the
publication of the puzzle.
Name, address
and entrance
fee o f $5.00 m u s t
accom-
t h e stifling o f c r e a t i v i t y , o n l y b l a n k
puzzles
pany your solution.
Saturday, Feb. 29
Friday, Mar. 23
it',
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prevent
will b e a c c e p t e d .
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Experimental Theatre: " R e f l e c t i o n s of an
Each
of the three
p.m.
Artichoke,"
extra
helpings of Yankee
on
the
3rd
Admission
$1.50
Binoculars
for
floor
w/tax,
rent for
of
Onondaga.
$2.50
w/out.
tno:,} on
otiier
Ernie
a
Ford,
new
will
play
by
Tennessee
be performed
in
the
winners
will
be entitled
choice.
Aren a Theatre whenever the actors decide
tiiree quads. Hign power telescopes w i l l
to
be provided for A l u m n i Quad.
w o u l d pay t o see this?)
show
u p.
Admission
is free!
(Who
Only friends o f t h e Preview E d i t o r a r e eligible t o w i n .
S o r r y , veal in grease s a u c e c a n n o t
Short people's Weekend: f i l m
JSC and
in LC-18
Newman:
co-sponsoring
"Tue
periud
by selected snurt subjects. 7:00-7:15.
witn
ASP Crossword Puzzle
Mille and Moses. $.50 for JSC members,
Rendezvous: between Mule and B. G o l d ;
scheduled for 7:15 p.m. in the middle of
Chicken-Weighs: " M i k e Lampert and trie
the fountain, while the carillon plays our
SA
alma
Bazooka
mater. They w i l l be autographing
Ul Mmuiner.
churus"
rock
gum
out.
Cover
wrappers.
Milk,
and pitchers of m i l k . 11 a.m.
cookies,
Dept:
sponsoring u seance
Beetnoven, B r j i i m s and Bach.
12:30 p.m.
a m
a a a ii a
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17
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president and present Mayor of
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80
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Wurd
Sour East
Fux Colonie
Dingleberry Cinema
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"Lassie Comes
Home"
" S o u n d of Mucoti.i"
I'ues. a n d W e d . : 6 : 1 5 , 1 0 : 3 0
M o n . : 7 : 0 ( 1 . 9 : 0 0 in I . C I )
Wed. Matinee: 2 : 0 0
1
in
Rated 'X'
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"Lassie Leaves H o m e "
Tuus.: 7:0(1. «:()() in I.C 3.14
F.l). Cinema
Cine 4 3 2 1
3
Piece Project
H
" S o u n d ol M u c o u s "
T ' u e s . : 6 : 4 5 . 1 1 :<><)
"Lassie Comes H o m e
Wed.:
Again'
7:00. V;00 ill I.C %
Perversion
The Hairy, Agape
M o n . ,1 l i e s . , W e d . , n o o n t o m i d ,
l.cther dull I 26.00
...II b a d . l a t e r ,
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48
Day o l the Week
loo
U n i t (it W e i g h t
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Man's Socund
l'
Man's Third
Initial
Initial
Initial
fi
Raman
9
Monotary Unit
X)
Numeral
(abbr.)
1 U n i t of Mass
52
Former President's first
53
Geological F o r m a t i o n
54
Opposite o l 78 Across
55
Language
56
Mathematical
(abbr.)
Constant
Used
Letter
Unit of Temperature
(abbr.)
58
12
Another
59. O p p o s i t e o l 4 2 Across
IJ
Unit ol Time
bO
Aipttabetao Llttera
61.
Proolroader's
It.. A c a d u m l c G r a d o
62.
Compass Direction
lb
0 3. O p p o s i t e o l 2 3 A c r o s s
(abbr.)
(abbr.)
Opposite o l 5 9 Across
1 / Unit o l Area
(abbr.)
18. U n i t o l V o l u m e
19
(abbr.)
0 5. C h e m i c a l
66.
Latin
(Lai.)
Mark
6 4 . U n i t o l E-noryy
A n i m a l Gonus (abbr.)
(abbr.)
(abbr.)
Eminent
Word
2 0 . Baseball Term (abbr.)
67. O n o m o t a p o e l l c
Letter
21. Vowel
GB
N.Y.C. Subway
Line
69
Buchstab desAllabets
/O
O p p o s i t e o f 16 A c r o s s
22
h a y i n g Card Rank
23
O p p o s i t e o l 54 Across
21
Consonant
S'j
A c t o r ' s First
(abbr.)
Initial
n
Condor
72
Symbol For Atomic
!'A
Hockey
71
Musical Note
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S.U.N,Y.A. Division
an
Opposite of 6 3 Acfoss
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Inventor's First
ID
Mineral
L e t t r e d o i ' A l p h a l j « t e ( r r.)
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Supermarket
11
32
Unit ol velocity
Luttur
(abbr.)
13 S p o r t s P e r s o n ' s F i r s t
16
Choss Piece ( a b b r . )
H.
Shoe
W
O p p o s i l u o l / 0 Across
III
ll)
Width
(abbt.)
Initial
Across
(abbr.)
B0
Slate o f t h e U n i o n (abbr )
III
I House Plate
Hi'
Physical Constant
B4
Sexual Intercourse
(abbr.)
L e t i a del A i l a b u t o (Sp,)
ati
Astronomical Unit
(abbi )
Un-ll o l 1 l o c l r k . i l M u d s m u ( . i b b r , )
lib
Dope
C o o k l n y M o a i u r e (at)br.)
(abbr.)
U p o o s l t e o l 11/ A c r o s s
•11 G e o g r a p h i c S u b d i v i s i o n
Tiies.and Wed.: 7 : 0 0 , 7 : 4 5 ,
44
8:30,9:15
•Hi
Musical
4tj
O t l o n U s e d L e t tor
(abbr.)
I enn
Ubbr.|
87
O p p o s i t e o l ;'tl Across
till
Unit of Power
80
U n i t o l Pressure ( a b b r . )
90
Dog's First
fumpo
(abbr.)
labbr.)
Initial
Part o f S p u e c f i ( a b b r . )
DOWN
S a m e as A c r o s s
Finally, an eighty-seven year
old w o m a n in Sioux Falls filed
for divorce un the g r o u n d s of
me< > m pa l;i bill* y
She ;nid her
husband, w h o is n m i ' i y - l o u r , h a v r
been n i a m e d for s e v e n t y - t w o
for Unifact.
rumtn
lab's i
TV h; been playing
la ge pari in (
si.igl
au-d h-nutrds
f'Uc\
and diagonal,
Letters
and
wttv he used
once.
Answers appear
daughter asked h e r h e r father
h o w a d i a p h r a g m was i m p l a n t e d .
T o have children w o r r y i n g a b o u t
such filth is also d a n g e r o u s t o
their s c h o o l w o r k . When t h e
mysteries of t h e clitoris are available in t h e local b o o k s t o r e , h o w
is J o h n n y going t o s t u d y his long
division? a n d t h e y w o n d e r w h y
J o h n n y c a n ' t read. Paul H a r vey
good D A Y .
n
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A flew Sound in Silence
to o n e w h o v
Ihrr
ilh o n e
that
Last
the major n e t w o r k s presented a
p nigra in a b o u t
pornography.
They directly stated thai p o r
nography was harmless, which is
m o r e than o n e r a n say for t h e
EorNitwits News
A l t e r n a t e S a t u r d a y s .it 1 2 : 5 9
'Last Week"
I
1
Kiss My ASP
Dear Kiss My ASF,
I k n o w this s o u n d s hard i<>
believe, b u t m y r o o m m a t e is
building a nuclear device in o u r
shower. He lias all these signs u p
about
r a d i a t i o n a n d nuclear
a t t a c k , a n d all he does is talk
a b o u t t h e Oriental Menace at
Our D o o r s t e p , All of his mail
c o m e s from a secret society in
Alabama a n d h e ' s c o n s t a n t l y
worried a b o u t s o m e b o d y trying
to assassinate h i m .
We've tried t o talk h i m o u t of
it b u t He's only g o t t e n worse,
eBpecittlly since t h e peace treaty
in V i e t n a m . What can we d o ?
Dear Matter,
It s o u n d s t o me t h a t he's just
playing s o m e s o r t of harmless
game which y o u ' r e overreacting
to. Sure, 1 hear what y o u ' r e
saying a b o u t his irrational he
havior, b u t w h o are you to
judge? Try t o a d a p t t o his ways
Who k n o w s , y o u m a y even learn
s o m e t h i n g ubout nuclear physics
Symbol
II. 1 S w e a t e r S l / e
•1 1 1 r l u o r t o i i i o l r l c F u n c t i o n
42
(abbr.)
1 e r m (abbr )
Unit of 1arte
Initial
Vitamin
(abbr.)
Opposite o l 3 /
(abbr.)
more than
haekwanh
(Gar.)
Particle
U n i t o l F l u i d Measure
Term
may he spelled
h<>n:<>nhil. ar/nai
Dear I I li ,
Try not to read l o o much into
a coincidence like this You 're
getting way ton defensive per
haps even paranoid. One way of
assuring 11 won'l happen again is
to park where y o u ' r e s u p p o s e d
to, instead of what's c o n v e n i e n t .
And work within the system for
meaningful change
With your host
Dear Kiss My Asp,
I'm really upset.
Security
towed my car away six times
this week a n d il gets really em
harassing t o have t o go a n d bail
it o u t all t h e time (I'm an
administrator.)
They
gel all
apologetic w h e n it h a p p e n s b u t
they still d o it. Is this a reflection
of
hostility
toward
a u t h o r i t y , o r d o they dislike me
personally'/
/.. / It.
APRIL FOCfi'S PRESS
Dear Kiss My ASF,
My girlfriend a n d I b r o k e u p
about t w o weeks ago My problem is thai when she b r o k e u p
with m e 1 was dating h e r b r o t h e r
and sister on the side Do y o u
think it would be in poor taste
t o tell my old girlfriend that I
went o u t with her siblings.
Bill Chintzy
Hear "Last Week's" interview this week with
drummers
Ginger Baker,
Keith M o o n ,
Confused
Dear Confused, Yes,
*** * * * * * * * * * * * * * +
Bobby Rosengarten
Souper New Drug
Far Out Feature
Only a Matter of Time
(abbr.)
2b
(abbr.)
Inlti.
(abbr)
1 1 Brassloru C u p S l ^ o
Ltittor o l the A i p h . i b u t
in this f}it::Iv air ,/// ttu I whs ->l \ntttnca
in all directions.
(Hal.)
(abbr.)
(abbr.)
5 7 Occasionally
S a t r u i as 3 7 A c r o s s
T h e p a r e n t s of a y o u n g business s t u d e n t in the BVonx , N e w
York, were worried when he
d i d n ' t call h o m e as he docs each
St. Patrick's clay. S o m e o n e in
tht- n e i g h b o r h o o d called t h e
police when
t h e newspapers
reached
the doorknob. The
police b r o k e in, only t o find t h e
lad in a rucking chair staring at a
picture of Racquet Welch.
p r o g r a m . N o t only d i d t h e y t r y
t o impress u p o n t h e y o u n g s t e r s ,
w h o m i g h t be watching, an interest in p o r n o g r a p h y , b u t t h e
fleeting glances of posters a n d
theaters
were e n o u g h
to
arouse t h e p r u r i e n t glances, of
the a d o l e s c e n t viewer.
P r o p o n e n t s of such Filth are
quick t o p o i n t t o the Federal
Commissions's findings t h a t t h e
dangers of p o r n o g r a p h y are all in
the mind. T h a t is right. T o expose an impressionable m i n d
with garbage from 4 2 n d Street is
dangerous t o the mind. My n e x t
d o o r neighbor's eight year old
(abbr.)
C a t a t t e r n dcil A l l a b c i o
'J
they
Mark
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initial
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A housewife in Des Moines,
Iowa—married
twenty
seven
years in May—was f o u n d collapsed o n t h e floor of h e r bedr o o m last week. A n e x t d o o r
n e i g h b o r was suspicious w h e n
she d i d n ' t pick u p t h e mail, a n d
e n t e r e d t h e h o u s e , a n d a t first
thought she was dead, b u t soon
heard a s o b a n d knew she w a s
alive.
1
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82
(abbr.)
Mated ' X '
" S o u n d ol M u c o u s "
a u
Hidden
may appear
1
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L u u e i i»i tiio Alphabet
Wed.: 5 : 5 5 , 1 0 : 1 0
Dullaware
|
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14. C o l o r
v
87
73
3
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Oil C a m p u s
ii
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Sunday, Dec. 25
invoking
lor the
special guests Cecil B. De-
$ 1 2 . 0 0 for otiters.
ASP
be substituted
pot roast
B i b l e " followed by a question and answer
on tne benefits of being small, followed
their new book: S'I v ami the
t o three (3)
p o t roast o n t h e q u a d of their
Verbs of America
A
A y n s l e y Dunbar
Jimmy Carl Black,
Serviee
nt-'w d i u g
lias
recently
found dead of a heart attack on
reached new heights of popular-
the
ity mi many cullcge
gasp was,"l gotta gel that Grey
Technically
called
campuses.
metliehen/.a-
iruilinie, il is c o m m o n l y
to
students
hags,
and
A
recent
bean-
girls I h i o w i n g watet at a poster
ol Maik S p i t /
1 lie reason lot S o u p e i s ' poptlliiiit)
is
enthusiasts
lis
ellecl
tut sex
claim
that
lakniK the ding they ex-
and i n t o the hloodsltealti
eneigy
Soupeis
ll was h o w can I dcsclllie it, ll
was
w o w , like I nevei
llowevei this love dl tig Is mil
without
its dangerous side el-
leets, A k n o w n Soupei usei was
Karen Carpenter
It lias
..............
been suggested thai the Surgeon
the back of each pill
lieak, " M a n . like
and
ol this ding will gel o u t ol band
General
young Soupei
Ringo Starr,
expressed Us le.n that the abuse
and reach new heights ol sexual
ol o n e
Butch Trucks,
has recently
p e n e n c e indesci ih.ihle s e n s a t i o n s
In the wools
Jai )ohanny Johanson,
of a
while
little
The G o v e r n m e n t
Soupei
bust
Soupei party e x p o s e d 1 0 0 naked
pills "
ultcl
hound "
His dying
known
as S o u p e i s ,
"those
N Y . Thruway.
inscribe
a warning on
('.union
May he l l a / . m l o u s to
I his week on
Intercourse
I'
Youi l i b i d o
l.ong-iailge e l t e c l s ol lire J m g
aie not yet k n o w n
The icsiills
A Frank Discussion til
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can not be made available until
the i n c o h e i e n l babbling of the
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"What A S P 7 "
Louis Benezet
& lechers
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b y l M a n " W h a l e " Lichtenstein
Playing with Fire
A s w e g o t o p r e s s , a fire is r a g i n g in H e r k i m e r H a l l .
Fires are very destructive b y n a t u r e . Buildings have been k n o w n to suffer
much
damage
there. When
as a result o f c o m b u s t i o n , b u t
any
building
is d e s t r o y e d
by
the damage does not
flames,
stop
its c o n t e n t s will
not
r e m a i n u n c h a n g e d , either, if a given o b j e c t inside a b u r n i n g building
not catch
fire i t s e l f , t h e h e a t w i l l r e n d e r it u n u s a b l e . A n A l l m a n
Brothers
a l b u m will u n d e r g o s o m e a m o u n t
o f w a r p i n g if e x p o s e d t o 1 0 0 0
heat.
goes, "if the
And
smoke
the
will"
popular expression
or
in
other
words,
smoke
fire d o e s n ' t
deposits
on
does
degrees
get y o u
freshly
the
laundered
w a r d r o b e will o f t e n n e c e s s i t a t e a s e c o n d w a s h i n g .
Another
aspect
to
the
damage
wrought
by
fires
is
water.
Many
h o m e o w n e r s , assessing t h e d a m a g e after a lire, have caught cold by w a d i n g
a n k l e d e e p in t h e f i r e m e n ' s w a t e r .
There
have been
m o r e t h a n a few instances ol personal d a m a g e
directly
a t t r i b u t a b l e t o fire s i n c e 1 9 5 0 .
T h u s , t h e A l b a n y S t u d e n t Press feels t h a t t h e d i s a d v a n t a g e s o u t w e i g h
a d v a n t a g e s , a n d t h a t t h e f i r e in H e r k i m e r H a l l s h o u l d b e e x t i n g u i s h e d
all d e l i b e r a t e s p e e d , if n o t
the
with
sooner.
O Temporal O Mores!
There
has
been
too
much
talk a b o u t
circles while t h e m o r e r e s p o n s i b l e
both
the circuits which
members
run
of t h e ' S U N Y A
round
in
Community--
f a c u l t y a n d s t u d e n t s a l i k e ( a s m u c h as p o s s i b l e ) - s i t , d o n o t h i n g a n d
generally d e m o n s t r a t e the i n e f f e c t u a l l y
of deliberate and rational
in a s i t u a t i o n w h i c h c a l l s f o r r a s h a n d i r r e s p o n s i b l e a c t i o n .
N e v e r t h e l e s s , t h i s is n o t i m e
for
thinking
Immediately.
harsh j u d g m e n t s . Hang the
scoundrels
i n s t e a d . G i v e t h e m a fair t r i a l a n d h a n g t h e m . S a y H a l l e l u a h .
L e t ' s n o t s e t t l e f o r s e c o n d b e s t w h e n w e c a n h a v e o u r c a k e a n d c h e a t it
too. Say halleluah.
N e v e r let it b e s a i d t h a t w e h u n g b a c k w h i l e n e w m o o s e p a d d e d o v e r t h e
l e a s , a n d t h e m o o n s i g n a l e d a p a e a n t o t h e b r a v e t h o u g h t s h a r b o r e d in e v e n
OKAY.
WHERE'S THAT REFRIGERATOR?''
the meekest
hearts. Until
the untenured,
untried and untrue m e m b e r s
ol
. o u t c o m m u n i t y u n i t e in a s o l i d f r o n t a g a i n s t a g g r e s i v e c o m p r e s s i o n , w i l l t h e
: p i s t o n s of p e r n i s c i o u s p h a s c i s t s s t o p p u m p i n g like b o b b i n g e l e p h a n t
trunks.
j It is n o t t o o l a t e .
Tenure Denied Weiner
|
Hut
it w i l l b e t o o l a t e s o o n
(any
m i n u t e n o w ) , b u t it w e h u r r y w e
can
I m a k e t h e l a s t b u s . T h e r e is n o t i m e l i k e t h e p r e s e n t : c a t c h if y o u c a n . N e v e r
be silent while an errant
"llntdug"
Weinet,
an
English
teacher, was recently d e n i e d t e n u r e , and
will
be
Tired
alter
this semester
recently engaged ex-Associale
The
Technical
S p r i n g is h e r e , a n d w i t h
copied from o t h e r s .
T o o . ii has been p o i n t e d out llial he is
intellectually
deficient,
having
an u n e m p l o y e d and u n c e r t a i n future al
be said lhal Weiner has not t a k e n New
the close of tins term
English at Earusworili Middle School in
one
a n o t h e r . Weiner just w o n ' t let his know-
nent
ledge be sillied by what high-collar a c i -
I his o u t r a g e , one musl
reasons for
review
Werner's
startling pasl.
ASP
was
teacher's
career
nothing s h o i l
of
with
lire
incendiary.
Free the Fools
area
is remedied
by
expertise
in
A f a m o u s m a n o n c e s a i d , " I t is d i f f i c u l t t o f r e e f o o l s f r o m t h e c h a i n s t h e y
revere."
Here
we
are, at
the
2 9 t o A p r i l 1 . T h a t w o u l d r i d u s o f a l m o s t 7 5 % o l all d a y s t o h o n o r
classics. Weinei
T h e change w o u l d gather great
is unqualified
lo teach
T h e protests of his s t u d e n t s , w h o con
Alter
this
term,
Weiner
will heMs. Julie
R o s a d o , d u e l s p o k e s w o m a n fur the Help
b r a n d e d a radical, a n d llie a d m i n i s t r a t i o n
A
slarled marshalling its forces.
Werner's fiance, said al an interview yes-
In a barrage of u n s u b s t a n t i a t e d slander
ihat
unlearned
l o the charge thai he never
lloldog
terday, "Can
(HAH)
committee,
we, as intelligent
human
lall
by
the
wayside?
c a n n o t . G o lo llie ASP office,
No,
CCJ26,
and sign llie petition l o Help A l l o l d o g .
O n l y t h r o u g h y o u i s u p p o r t c a n we h o p e
llie j o u r n a l s
he
not lo
painstakingly
to keep Weiner with us, and grant him llie
tenure lie so justly d e s e r v e s . "
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hi the-ASP
will be published
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a year
form
now,
so be
prepared.
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to
T h e problem has yet t o he
solved but it is generally conceded that o n e of the two players will be d e a l t off. Who it will
be, n o one is sure yet.
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T h e D e p a r t m e n t of Physical Education is presently looking for a
new P.A. A n n o u n c e r for its basketball games. One of the a n n o u n cers, Bill Heller, was found guilty by an Albany C o u n t y c o u r t of
being a " w i s e - g u y . " Il seems that his requests for tile funs to quiet
d o w n during an opposing players' free-throw a t t e m p t were met with
hilarity. Equally h u m o r o u s was his resounding (and o b n o x i o u s )
" t w o - o o m i n u t e s . " Heller faces the possible s e n t e n c e of a year in
prison and his t o n g u e being cut o u t
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Along I n t r a m u r a l Athletic lines, the Softball learn " I t K e e k s " is
favored l o finish last in League 111 c o m p e t i t i o n . T h e t e a m , m a d e u p
of the smelliest people in Melville S t c i n m c U hopes they can smell
away the o p p o s i t i o n Vick Hay, o n e of the l o p u m p i r e s in the
A.M.I.A., has refused lo u m p i r e their games lie says, " T h e y are a
health hazard. They should be c o n d e m n e d by the Hoard of H e a l t h . "
Meanwhile, the A.M.I.A. Council is investigating the m a t t e r .
A n y o n e interested in joining "It R e e k s , " may c o n t a c t Jay
" S t i n k o " Goldstein. Prospects musl shower n o m o r e than o n c e a
m o n t h , a n d n o t change their socks b u t o n c e every t w o weeks.
U n d e r w e a r is o p t i o n a l .
0 Fish
may nor w a n t
y o u r d a u g h t e r t o m a r r y o n e , b u t t o d a y is A p r i l 1 ; t a k e o n e t o l u n c h .
beings Willi consciences, let a n o l h e r line
teacher
This
you have to he a fool
and
year
Weiner w r o t e 4 English t e r m
causes are relative to the o p p r e s s e d
(our
would
feel i t s o p r e s s i o n .
At llus lime lie was unjustly
p a p e r s and i w o lake h o m e finals
T h i s p r o p o s a l w o u l d m e e t w i t h great o p p o s i t i o n by t h e fools. T h e y
f o r m c o a l i t i o n , a n d s o m e a c t o r w o u l d p r o b a b l y r e f u s e a n ( ) s c a r o v e r it.
wn houl a j o b al l a i n s w o i l l i
alone
( o f marriage,, I a s s u m e ) o i ) o n e d a y e v e r y
shows how
Kills
In answer
would
Ihey have ever h a d , have fallen un deaf
minating in a biliug e x p o s e entitled
and
fools.
by sexual egalitarians w h o
sider him lo be llie best s t u d e n t teacher
eais.
Weiner was u n p u b l i s h e d
February
was
cul-
and p r o p o g a n d a , w o r d gol a r o u n d
t o allow proposals
support
day.
t h a t , unless a rent a car m a n
many
this university,
on Campus.
has his
slalcs lhal because he has never read any
years w o u l d n o t be very e q u a l .
plague
fool
N o t h i n g b u t T i m e itself will u n c h a i n us f r o m
say t h a t
evils which
April, and every
b e c o m e s p r e s i d e n t . O n e s o l u t i o n w o u l d be to m o v e leap d a y from
m o d e r n day educational realily.
u n e a r t h i n g llie
of
Il is intellectual arson, and a n y o n e w h o
8th giade English, is out of t o u c h Willi
digging deep and
first
demia consider lo be intellectual criteria.
Before joining llie T e c h Staff, he was a
ceived Albany S t a l e lo b e . Weiner
the
Louis T. Benezet, President of
S.U.N.Y.A., has considered cancelling the schedule for the team
but h a s yielded to the wishes of
o t h e r players. One player w h o
was r e l u c t a n t t o give his n a m e
said, " T h e y ' v e had their fun and
we w a n t t o play ball t o o . " Needless t o say, the player hasn't
c a u g h t a n y fast ones lately!
Dick Y o u n g of the Daily News,
in an article t o be published later
t o d a y , has stated that Nick the
Greek has m o v e d the o d d s back
for Alban> S t a t e t o win the
College World Series. Before the
girlfriend swapping incident was
disclosed
Albany
had
been
picked as 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 to 1 shots to
win t h e c o v e t e d c r o w n . N o w
Y o u n g r e p o r t s that A l b a n y ' s
c h a n c e s are virtually nil and t h a t
the season is lost.
Snorts Shits
star reporter. While o t h e r r e p o r t e r s were
slill praising the u l o p i a which they per-
in p l a c e . All
C o n t e m p o r a r y American Novel. A loss in
G u i l d e r l a n d , New Y o r k , is lacing immidismissal. To discover
year snaps round
Well, m a y b e so. bin lei it not
England Literary and Social R e c o r d . Or
Werner, w h o has been s t u d e n t leaching
it, a n o t h e r
Ascienzo,
the ace of
the
S.U.N.Y.A. staff since 1970, and
L e a h y , a talented catcher a n d
hitter, are b o t h valuable Albany
S t a t e p r o p e r t y . It has been
r u m o r e d a r o u n d Colonial Quad
t h a t Ascienzo is headed for
S.U.N.Y. at B i n g h a m t o n in exc h a n g e for 2 English professors
and a m a i n t e n a n c e man to be
n a m e d later. T h e snag seems to
be c e n t e r e d a r o u n d the maintenance
man.
Albany
State
wants a man w h o can work
w e e k e n d s and B i n g h a m t o n is rel u c t a n t to part with such valuable p r o p e r t y .
p i e c e s b e g i n t o lit t o g e t h e r , a n d y o u n g m i n d s b e g i n t o u n d e r s t a n d . A t l a s t .
never
liagedies
young
Sing
taken Chaucer, Milton, or S h a k e s p e a r e ' s
Editor fur the Albany S t u d e n t Press face*
The
however wishful, begs expression.
lewd, c u c k o o .
By R o y H a r k o w
Harry
thought,
It was disclosed yesterday b y
J a c k L e a h y , star catcher for t h e
S.U.N.Y.A. baseball c l u b , t h a t
h e and ace p i t c h e r Nick Ascienzo h a d traded girlfriends this
past week. T h e pair had been
close friends b u t this developm e n t casts a s h a d o w on the
D a n e ' s u p c o m i n g season. If there
are b a d feelings from this incid e n t a w i n n i n g season could be
in j e o p a r d y . If the Danes do
have a losing season it would
m a r k t h e first time in 17 seasons
t h a t n Dane baseball team fell
u n d e r t h e . 5 0 0 mark. Coach
Burly Bob Burlingame is hopeful, h o w e v e r , t h a t t h e 2 players
will still be able to w o r k together.
L e a h y was r e l u c t a n t t o disclose
the details of the switch b u t
reliable sources say t h a t the
switch took place in the A.P.A.
section late o n e S a t u r d a y night
while the t w o couples were playing lounge football. It seems t h a t
Leahy tackled Ascienzo's girlfriend t o o hard a n d a fight ensued with the girls siding against
their o w n boyfriends. When t h e
dust cleared the trade was m a d e .
Ascienzo got L e a h y ' s girlfriend
for his girlfriend and 2 seasons
tickets to Ebbets Field. L e a h y ,
un u p s t a t e resident, t h o u g h t t h a t
he had pulled off a great deal
but was angered when he was
told by frat b r o t h e r Fritz Kekich
that E b b e t s Field bad been
ripped d o w n in 1 i).r)8. T o complicate Leahy's situation it has
been learned thai his new girlfriend is considering n o t reporting to Leahy.
Many fans are w o n d e r i n g w h a t
the result of the trade will be.
President Nixon p h o n e d Coach
Burlingame to offer some advice.
It is reported t h a t Nixon has
asked Burlingame t o join his
newly organized team as VicePresident
and manager.
The
team will play its h o m e games in
Bien Hoa, Viet Nam and will be
known
as
the
Bien
Hoa
Bombers. Nixon is said to have
offered Burlingame a 5 year,
$ 5 0 , 0 0 0 per year c o n t r a c t plus a
guarantee that, h i s office will
not be bugged.
NCAA.
Basehal 1 C o m m issioner Boowie Cute has cond e m n e d Ascienzo and L e a h y
calling t h e m immoral and irresponsible. C u t e , a former p i m p
in New York City, plans stiff
fines for the 2 players. His
action has enraged Player Association President Merwin Mucas
w h o plans to file a c o m p l a i n t
with the National Labor Relations Board. Mucas ran d o w n to
Cute's
office
directly
after
Cute's
annou ncement
and
clogged C u t e ' s passageways o u t
of the office.
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Jack L e a h y , star c a t c h e r , involved in " w o m a n - s w a p " with t e a m m a t e .
Albany Captures
NCAR Tournament
by Lefty O T i s h
After three long years of waiting, frustration, sex perversion,
and o t h e r aches and pains, the
Albany S t a t e basketball team
received a post-season t o u r n a m e n t bid. T h e Danes were invited t o the prestigious N C A R
T o u r n e y , the National Collegiate
Also-Rans which was held in
Walla-Walla,Washington.
T h e t o u r n a m e n t included such
teams of r e k n o w n as Cuckamonga
University
{the
host
t e a m ) , University of the A l a m o ,
and the Philadelphia 76ers. T h e
latter has been having m u c h difficulty m a k i n g it in the pros this
year, a n d decided to give it a go
in the college ranks.
Opinions varied a m o n g the
m e m b e r s of the basketball team.
When iisked a b o u t the bid,
Coach Dickery Dock S o u r p u s s
replied, "1 c o u l d n ' t be happier. 1
just love being an also-ran." Captain and star guard J o h n Quadril
lateral said, " G e e whiz and
leapin' l i z a r d s . " Finally, when
the D a n e s ' t o p leaper Bye-Bye
Milltown was asked his t h o u g h t s ,
he blurted, " W h a t , m e w o r r y ? "
(Jetting by the 76ers, w h o still
proved t h e y c o u l d n ' t win, even
in college, the Danes e a r n e d t h e
right to play the A l a m o w h o
massacred t h e C u c k a m o n g a t e a m
behind the s u p e r b s h o o t i n g of
guard Davey C r o c k e t t . Albany
State also had t o c o n t e n d with
tough c e n t e r Sam H o u s t o n , and
the n o t o r i o u s forward S a n t a Ana
w h o transferred from Guadalajara University,
T h e first half of the c h a m p i o n ship game was marred by erratic
if n o t s p a s t i c play by t h e Danes.
Bye-Bye, w h o won the o p e n i n g
tap, c o u l d n ' t do a n y t h i n g right
while collecting four fouls. It
looked like an early b y e - b y e for
Bye-Bye. B o o b C u r t s y o n the
other h a n d , l o o k e d like a basketball player lei o u t of u m e n t a l
institution. All he did was run
iiround and yell, " L o o k at m e ,
look at mi*, I'm a basketball
p b y e r . " T h e biggest disappointm e n t was Quadril lateral. Thrilling t h e . fans with his twisting
lay-ups and Oscar-award winning
fall-downs
all year long, he
played* as if he was still hungover from it rough night at
O'Heany's.
T h e l o c k e r r o o m scene was o n e
of a s t o n i s h m e n t . S o u r p u s s seeing
his t e a m d o w n 3 6 - 1 9 at the half?
let his t e a m have it. " T h a t
Alamo t e a m o u t t h e r e was terrible. T h e y c o u l d n ' t dribble,
they c o u l d n ' t s h o o t . T h e y were
the m o s t God-awful team I've
ever seen. A n d d o y o u k n o w
what? Y o u ' r e w o r s e ! ! "
Fired u p by this certainly inspirational speech, the Danes
s h o w e d why they were the East's
top
also-ran.
Bob
" M ad
B o m b e r " Horsey, w h o during
the first half was b o t h e r e d by
Crockett's coonskin cap ("It
t i c k l e d " ) , s u d d e n l y let fly from
distances from 111 t o SO feet
which kept the packed house of
t w e n t y six fans in awe.
T h e biggest surprise c a m e from
the reserves. Little-used bench
warmers Dennis " T h e M e n a c e "
Merry, Jerry Halfwit,
Feltup
High, and
Hairy
Johnstown,
came to the rescue. Halfwit
scored '21 points in the second
half lo spark the c o m e b a c k .
However, J o h n s t o w n was t h e
key. Using crisp, s m a r t passing,
and his keen basketball mind, he
paced the team with ten assists.
Merry played s u p e r b defense,
constantly pounding the boards
and Sam H o u s t o n in the groin.
T h e fine playing led t o a stupifying 7 2 - 6 3 Albany S t a t e win.
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Vol. IX.
comport:
No. 17
State Unlmrtlty of New York at Albany
March 30, 1973
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Great Dane Highlights of the Year
Student Committee Studies Searches
by Elizabeth Jones
Dorm searches, confiscations, and resulting fines seem to be encouraging a "paranoic"
atmosphere among SUNYA students lately. The Housing Office's newly enacted policy
of entering suites and room unannounced has become, according to Student University
Senator David Hirsch, "the biggest irritant on campus."
The investigations, endorsed by Director of Residence Charles Fisher^ began last
semester and have continued through this month. Several months ago, the Student
Affairs Council Residences Committee reviewed the actions of the housing staff. The
committee, headed by student Mitch Kassoff.
asked that C a m p u s Housing
consider a m o r a t o r i u m
on unannounced searches. The bill was refused on "no
solid grounds that I know of," according to Hirsch, except that a moratorium might
'put a crimp' into the present housing policy.
The student committee is now awaiting the Residence Committee's conclusions on
the outcome of the searches, and it does not appear that the policy will change until
then. According to Hirsch, Ihe student committee should have used stronger language
and they should have asked directly for a moratorium, not merely that one should be
considered.
The student commitee claims that they realized the responsibility of the housing staff
to uphold their policy. But the searches "cannot be used to override our rights," Hirs i
adds. "Housing has not acted with sensitivity." Hirsch does not believe that Housing is
deliberately overstepping their bounds but the problem is "that students think they
are."
Committee Barry Davis believes that more stringent measures should be taken with Ihe
new search policy and that not only should there be an immediate moratorium on dorm
investigations, but that all furniture fines should be refunded, lie feels that
continued
I'
on page
three
Council Urges FSA
To Adopt Recommendations
WAS HINGTON-AP President
Nixon Thursday night clamped a
ceiling on retail and wholesale
prices of beef, pork and lamb •
in effect freezing them near current levels • in a move to soothe
consumer unhappiness over soaring food costs.
A scene out of Deep-Throat?
"A little lower if you please.'
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While Harry Johnson is robbing one Siena player of his manhood,
No. 24 seems to be eating it up.
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Nixon Moves to Soothe
by Audrey Seidman
Central Council voted last nighl in a roll call vole I2-c)-0 in favor of a bill urging the amendment of
the Faculty Student Association By-laws to include a total of ten students on the undergraduate student
association, thereby increasing their representation by 1.
These students would be the President and Vice President of Student Association, the Chairman and
Vice Chairman of Cenlral Council, and six members elected from Central Council or appointed from the
undergraduate student body by Central Council with one representative I'roni each quad and one
commuter. FSA undergraduate reps are presently appointed by the SA president and approved by
Council.
Section II of this bill "threatens" that if FSA does not take aclion on the bill. Cenlral Council will
revoke its authorization of the loan to FSA from the Athletic Advisory Hoard surplus, of SI8S.022.KB
and demand its immediate repayment on May I.
Student Association President Michael Lamport spoke against the bill. He called FSA "eminently
responsive" lo the wishes of Council and the students, and added "Part two of the bill (the threat) just
literally blows my mind." Lamport discussed the monetary difficulty FSA would suiter upon withdrawal
of the loan. Lamperl has the power to veto this bill which can be overriden by 2/J vole of Council
The Bill, entitled "Renovation of FSA' was introduced by commuter representative Chuck Bauer and
was proposed by Bob Tendrich, Chariman of the Ad Hoc Committee lor FSA reform, on behalf of the
Committee.
Randi Bader, representative of Alumni Quad spoke against the strategy of the bill. Believing it leaves
"no leeway," she said, "I don't think it's going to help oui relations with FSA."
Barry Davis, commuter rep, claimed, "It's about lime that the students said 'FSA we're not going to
let you rule us anymore',..We can't open up an ice cream parlor on this campus without FSA
permission."
Ralph Beisler, Assistant Dean lor Student Life brought up the question of Council pushing FSA into
the position of having to sell the Mohawk Campus. Lamport replied that the sale of the property would
hurl the corporate assets, and lower the FSA line of credit
In other Council action, an Ad Hoc Committee of two, Ken Slokem and Jerry Price, were appointed
to schedule groups to appeal before Council for budget considerations. Also in a bill, "Call for Gay
Rights" council unanimously supported Senate and Assembly Bills which would legalize private
"consensual" sexual activity between adults and support the gay's constitutional rights. Council also
voiced its support for the meat boycottFinally, Council authorized the firm of Rosenblum and Leventhal to defend SA in the litigation
involving Sammy Thomas, a student who was refused waiver of mandatory student tax.
He announced the major economic move in a prime-time
broadcast address to the nation
declaring:
"The ceiling will remain in
effect as long as is necessary to
do the job. Meal prices must not
go higher. Willi the help of ihe
housewife and fanner, they can
and should go down."
Under orders Nixon gave Ins
Cost of Living Council, meat
prices, for an indefinite period,
cannot exceed an index based on
prices for Ihe past M days.
This means, economic experls
said, that prices in effect are
frozen at aboui their present
level.
The President's order dues not
apply lo prices at the farm level,
only lo meal processors, meat
wholesalers, and meal retailers.
By avoiding controls at (he farm
level, officials said, they hope to
spur increases in production to
help bring down prices.
Nixon announced his aclion in
an addiess which hailed also the
end of America's involvement in
the long and cosily Vietnam wai
and sounded a call for unity in
Ihe search for world peace.
He also caught public support
for his budget, contending that
spending increases couglit fry
Congress would mean a 15percenl tax hike or major price
increases.
While Nixon did not use the.
word "freeze" in his 20-minute
address, his chief economic
spokesman did in a news briefing
immediately before the speech.
Bui in a meeting with the press
before the President's address,
Treasury Secretary George
Shultzsaid the preferred word
is "ceiling" because the administration expects and hopes thai
as increased supplies of meal
come on the market later this
yeai prices will drop below their
ceiling levels.
Shultz spoke of "the housewife rebellion" enlisting factors
behind the President's move.
Members ol Congress and leaders
of organized labor also are pressing for decisive action lo curb
meat prices which last month
rose at the fastest rale on record.
Only two paragraphs of
Nixon's address dealt directly
wilh meat prices. The rest of his
c o m m e n t s covered
points
ranging from the battle of the
federal budget to the end of the
Vietnam war and to his hopes
lor world peace.
And his address contained a
warning to North Vietnam that
he expects compliance with the
Indochina cease-fire accord.
Hanoi officials, he declared,
"should have no doubt as lo the
consequences if they fail to comply with the agreement."
He repeated tiiat he opposes amnesty for "those who deserted
America" rather than serve in
Vietnam, and expressed thanks
lo "the great majority of Americans..who, despite an unprecedented barrage of criticism from
a small but vocal minority, stood
firm for peace with hunoi."
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