Miller Spark Danes to Narrow Win

advertisement
m&mmmmm
Ill
I Miller Spark Danes to Narrow Win
by Brace Maggin
Byron Miller's clutch followup
shot in the closing seconds plus
some real tenacious\defense in the
second half sparked the Albany
State basketball team to a narrow
victory Tuesday night against
.Utica College.
The Danes really played two
different games. The first half was
one of total confusion on offense as
the Danes shot|a poor 23% from
the field. But in the second half,
Reggie Smith and Byron Miller
took charge and they gave the
Danes two leaders to look for on
the court.
Once again Miller did not start
as Coach Sauers went with the
three
"'cshemn,
Mike
Suprunowicz, Ed Johnson and
Gary Trevett, along with Smith
and Harry Johnson. The Danes
•quickly(fell behind and with only
4:44 gone in the game, Mr. Miller
came in to play the rest of the ball
game. The move didn't improve
matters as the Danes offense lagged. They lacked that much needed
quarterback on offense to control
the team. There was really no one
to look for on the court and
nobody wanted to lake charge.
The Danes had trouble rebounding
and often battled one another under the boards.
At half time
Albany lound themselves down by
eleven points.
But the second half was a
different story. Seniors Smith and
Miller took over the leadership and
they controlled the offense. The
team was really moving well and
Albanviwas able to lake the lead
for the first time afler a 13-3 spurt
to start the half. At the .'.a me time
the offense was working, the
defense to quote Rich Kapner
"played the tough D." Ed Johnson
was particulaflytjimpressiveinthe
way he covered Utica's starjguard,
Rick Williams.
The contest proved to be very
similar to thewilliamsjgame as the
outcome went right down to the
wire. With under two minutes to
go, Albany |found themselves up by
apoint. Unlike the Williamsgame,
they tried to freeze the ball and the
Danes held it some forty seconds
before | losing the ball to Rick
WilliamsJ who was inturn fouled to
prevent him from having a shot at
an easy layup. Williams, who is
Utica's best shoo ter, missed the
one and one situation and Albany
snared the rebound. The Danes
had 56 seconds left and they still
clung to their very unsecure one
point lead. The Danes tried to
freeze it again andlthe seconds-ticked down. The ball came to Miller
with 34 seconds to go. He held the
ball four seconds and faced a jump
ball if he held it a second longer.
Since he couldn't find anyone open
to pass to. he called a timeout. This
is where there is no substitute for
experience.
With lime back in. Utica had no
choice but to foul Albany. This
brought Harry Johnson to the line
for a critical one and one situation.
He missed the shot but Byron
Miller's clutch followup on the
shot gave Albany a three point
lead. The Pioneers hit with a second remaining but Albany had a
57-56 victory.
When Reggie Smith had to come
on he did. Smith helped spark the
team in the second half as his twen-
ty footers and tough reboundS
gradually brought the Danes back
into the ballgame. He finished with
19 points and IS big rebounds. Ed
Johnson showed great poise for a
ifttihrtfljjtij as he'eame back from a
toughsaooTiklffYMMhalf to make a
substantial oontributlbTjl^
Rich Kapner, in his quiet way,
got the job done as he served as a
steadying factor in the Danes
offense and defense. Rich reminds
one of former Dane guard, Dave
Welchons.
Kapner is still
hampered by leg problems and he
is not in the best of shape.
Byron Miller won back his starting spot with great work in the se-
cond half. Harry Johnson is still
the big question marki>n the team.
He has the talent, it's just the question of when he is going to put it
together. Harry right now appears
to be pressing. He did manage to
do a good job rebounding as he
snared nine against Utica.
Doc Sauers was "Glad to be
alive" after the Utica game. After
shuffling^ his lineup in both the
Williams game and the Utica game,
Sauers will start Ed Johnson and
Kapner in the backcourt, Miller
and Smith at forward and Harry
Johnson at center against Cortland.
The team nowheadsto Cortland
tomorrow night to complete their
longest road span of the season.
Sauers figures Cortland to be 4-0
by tomorrow and they have beaten
some really tough teams.
STUDENT/
PRESS /
FRIDAY
Sidle Uiuverwly o* New * D f * *• Albany
I KII>\V. M M
\KV IK. 1974
Smith Denied Tenure, Benezet Decides
M
I
The Danes hve shown that they
have great potential butat the same
time, they have been pretty inconsistent.
Doc Sauers- has been
shuffling his team but appears to
have come up with a combination
that clicks. After the Cortland
game, the Danes come home to the
friendly confines' of University
Gym Thursday, against Hartwick.
•:4
•4
'1
1
( url Srnilli. left ol center. Has active in llu student facultv movement to revamp the SI'NY A
ii'iiiirv policies.
In l)a\id I.enter
As .1 luting tribute in one ul the
magnien
The Cagers return home Thursday against Hartwick.
Busy Christmas Planned For The Cagers
nmsi liiyhlv touted teachers in
SI \ U .
President 1 ouis I
Itcnc/ci look the opportunity over
the seclusion nl the
Christmas vacation
News
lu luiniii l)i t u n
Siniih Willi his luuil
to;
fiat
jea
etc
tvn1
to**
B&V i s
a
^?a - n - » '
•pat
a
.uti
Cut t
^
p e a t 1*
v l s
i.'
a
^
aCwetB
0
^
e
.
B
t
s
?
AaVe
or>e
by Harvey Kojan
Intercession is almost upon
us, at which time most of us will
return home for three weeks of
rest and relaxation. However,
such is not the case for the
Albany Great Danes Basketball Team, who once again host
the Capital
District Christmas Tournament. The tournament, which includes R.P.I.,
Siena, and Union as well as
Albany State, will be held
December 28th and 29th in the
University Gymnasium.
Last season the Danes look
first place by defeating Siena in !
the opening round and taking
Union in the final.Theiwinlover
Siena wasexpecially significant
as Doc Sauers termed it "One
of our sweetest victories." The
rivalry continued later in the
season as Siena gained revenge
by edging Albany at the
Washington Avenue Armory in
a game that is still being discussed.
This year's pairings are identical to ihe previous matchups,
as the Danes will take on Siena
alter the conclusion of the
& R.P.I.-Union game. 11 the
1 Danes happen to lace Union
again in the finals the next
evening, there would also be
more al stake than just the
championship. In last year's
E.C.A.C. divisional playoffs,
Union upset the Danes in the
final to abruptly end their
season after a siring of victories.
This year's Siena squad is
almost identical to last year's,
but there is a major difference.
This time around Siena will be
playing without (their all-time
leading scorer anil rebounder,
Fred Shear. Shear was particularly outstanding against
Albany the last time these two
teams met, and his absence will
no doubt hurt 'the /Indians.
However, Siena| still boasts a
6'8" center by the name ol Steve
Raczynski, and his back-up is
no less than 6'10". Both played
against the Danes last year but
did
not show exceptional
talent.
Tickets will goon)sale|shortly
lor the tournament, which
begins at 7:00 I'M. jhatJFriday
evening with Union taking on
R.P.I. The losers of the gamee
on the 28th will face each other
in the consolation game the
next evening (once again beginning at 7.00), with Ihe championship immediately following.
A brief look at the Danes
schedule up until the tournament
follows:
Saturday,
December
8th (Away,
8:30
I'M) - Albany vs.Cortland-last
year the Danes bombed Cortland at home but things should
be very different. Cortland is
much improved (recent victories over Ithaca and East
Stourdsherg) and is led by John
Jackson, a line ballplayer who
was voted M V P o l the"Dedicalion Tournament" hosted by
Cortland last weekend. Thursday, December 13th (Home,
8:30
P.M.)
- Albany vs.
Hartwick.Hartwick humiliated
the Danes last season by the
score ol 72-57,and they appear
to be at least usslronglhis year.
Only one other team beat the
Danes by a larger margin
(Oneonta).
Saturday,
December 15 th (Ilame, 8:30
P.M.)
Albany
vs.
liiiighariuonJnlhe fifth game of
the 72-73 season, the Colonials
edged the Danes in Hinghamlonj'in aigame almost as controversial as the second Siena
game.Last year's game was'con
sidered a big upset as the Danes
were not supposed to have too
much trouble with their opponent.
HI,mi the I njilish pnilessur the
coveted title "I "tenured."
,ie "
Bcilc/cl's decision e.illle llllel .1
iwn-vcal siiueillc nil the part nl
Sin 1 ill and Ins .lints nl student suppnllcls lii hnth w III l)i Smith Ills
l e n u u ,11 ul ,il I he s.inic lime expose
llu lenure svslcin Inl vvlial lliev
believe is .1 hi,11.nil sham. U'cnlilllle In Sniilh. win. was visihlv
hillei . i s h c . i i i n n i i i k c d l l i c . l c i i s m n
In ,, lew sin,Kills .isscmhkil ill Ins
c,ew* u
6°ed
S-l*,
3 a O
o»
e vJ
att
d e c i s i o n l»l IclllSC i n
Tickets for the Chrlstm»s|Toum»ment are on sale at the gym.
Vol. L X I No. I
<
o* • ^ k
as
Co-
^ ^Ve ^'
1 -i
,1
Vv cdiicsdav.il w a s i m l n l l
Ih.11 lltievpcclcd Sniilh h.ul lime
.111,1 lost lailh in Ills Iconic svslcin
licic .mil helieves ih.n that vvas 1111
tlnlihlcdlv iiuc nl ihe p u i i u i n lac-
1,11, in Ins ncjj.ihvc outcome
I he vole In Ihe I niveisilv
( iiuncll on I'loliiollolis and t 011liniinie Vppiillllnients was si\ In
1,1111 ,ie..niisl paliliiui Smith Icnilic
ss Ink Ihe I ollegi level I'eis.
el
( iininiritcc .111 iveil .11,1 loin 10 I0111
lie on llie issue 1 [lev h.ul opined hv
a vole nl si\ In iwn llial Slllllh's
,asc
w.iiianleil leeotisidelalinll,
Ihe niainl stumbling bine k lliinwn
lip In Ihe new Siinlkin lilies
In a lellel Horn Hiucc Maish.
( hail man nl
ihe
I niveisilv
I I'l \ he said ill.11 allei having
e.lielllllv icwcwcil 'ihe minimalion available in us related in vmn
eniiliiiiliiiii a p p i m i l i l l e i i l ami
pi o m n i u m We have Imw.mlcd a
negative icenniuieiulalion nn hnlh
in riesldeill Hene/el."
lusi pnoi m that letter, Ituth
Schmidt, I Kan nl Humanities 111101 mill ihe ( nllege Personnel
1 ,,1,1:1 1 ih.11 she dul mil think
I siillieienUs u
who lvhe\e lli.il ilk eanli.is mil tk'inousiKih'd ihe
llie
inli
limn picseiu
Smuir.s iceon.sidcraiiiiii heal my
instilled granting linn leeonsideia
i HIIS a \ e n u e had been leli
U|K*l.l. UI.IIU L l l l l f S Mil. Il .is S m i t h
led n> allow ih.isc whit couldn'l
stomach handing down a "no
lenuie" dcfi-sinu, in buck Dill and
\i lea tl "nn vuhManl ui I new
e\ idencc." euiiiciil with ihe
knowledge iluil Uene/el will view
lli.u an 11 im sole Schmidt had
voted in IHVOI ol grinning Smith
V i o i d u i e In UlosC 111k . ,1 u i l l -
Oui.no, 11 lie .11 she Im* not
pifNt'iited
" s u h s l a i i i i . i l new"
t-\ idenev 111 ilit UIM'. is inn civil tied
in tonve up Itn itYunsidciiiliun.
e\en il he is. qua hi led I h e i n i e u t o t
the ink's .ilUiwsiluisewlit) beliesea
eaivdidiile quahlied, U> declare ihe
oii.ihhi-.ilinns loi lenuie e.iil claim
Ih.il llu e\ uleike is tut! new
I Inis ,i Mauling M.iknienl In
Sv'huudl in hei neiialne Ictiei ol
it .11isiu1ii.il lo ihe I. u u i u il
said ' in live .uea ol teaching, the
1 onon'Uec noied ih.it l)i Smith
w.is u liuahsi KM ihe Ouistanding
leaehei Award I.isi vctir. Ihe
C'omimllec lell thai ihe new
u.u Ik'i e\iihiaiuiii> hiim» 1.10111 ihe
S p . m e M show that Hi Smith is
.111 o U l s L i l k l i l l j : k ' l U h i l in ,1 \ JIKMX
ol , I . I I I S , S . hul sonu leli l h a i t h i s
mil new c\ idenec. ,mce live
is ol Ins leaeh mg weie
\ ..'i \ yood in pie\ ions sears as
well "
Suuih inuiiHiiui> thai t is clear
thai he was punished Un being an
niicnium
oulslandini1 leaehei. a e»
held lot
w.i>
thai leuuie times ha\e
.
^ p g ^ ^ g KntifeTll
continued from page one
years. Hud he been a total loser, according to this logic, and then
rocketed to the head of the evaluation lists, this would have been new
evidence.
169 'Administratively Terminated' By Bursar
by Uuvid HarrienRer
recommendation."
Vice President for Academic Affairs Philip Sirotkin, the man most
often associated with the new
reconsideration rules, although the
Senate officially enacted it, commented on the Smith decision.
Though he personally made no
recommendation on Smith's case,
he felt that the review was
"thorough and exhaustive. It wasa
very complete re-review that had
had a complete review the first
time." He termed the proceedings
undoubtedly fair and unbiased.
"No one can say that it was a biased
or unfair review." Headdcd that he
attended only the University Council on Promotion and Continuing
Appointments
h e a r i n g , but
cautioned that he did not directly
participate even in that event. " A l l
President
Benczet was unavailable for comment, but he had
sent a letter to a group of proSmith students, which he addressed as "Friends." In the letter
he expressed his regret at having to
deny Smith his tenure and said the
"news I know is unwelcome, just as
it is an unwelcome duty for me to
convey it to y o u . " Benezet held that
the struggle on the part of the
students "added to my appreciation of teachers who make a
definite impact on their students."
He went on to say that on "the
basis of the total review i have concurred
with
the
Council's
Campus Contraception
Clinic
Student Health Service
Call 457-3717
Mon-Fri 1 -5 pm
for an appointment
the cases...(went) through the entire review process."
Curl Smith has been consistently
voted one of the most respected
and admired professors at this University. The ratings on his teaching
performance have been perpetually
among the highest of any teacher in
any department. His supporters
point to the number of new articles
and
the
other
assorted
paraphenalia that the Administration understands as constituting
the requirements for the granting
of tenure. Theirs is the outrage of
frustration after the two years of
conflict with the Administration.
Both the Administration and the
upper echelon faculty admit as to
Smith's outstanding achievements
in the field of leaching.
Smith explained the result as one
simply of altitude. A professor's
qualifications, his research, his
teaching, are all inconsequential
when compared to what many
believe is the prime criterion lor
judgment. Smith said. "I rocked
the boat." " I asked Sirotkin what
were his criteria for evaluating
good leaching. He said'sensitivity.'
Sensili\il\ means not rocking the
boat. It means tollowing (lie coinpain line. I didn't follow the cornpans line."
iuuLMJtJUL«r»iaBaiaHP^"nnrT''"r"P^^
mmi &MB mm
proudly presents
Friday, Jan. 18
Clint Eastwood as
7:30 &
9:30
DIRTY M R Y
$.75 with tax card
$1.25 without
LC 18
W A S H I N G T O N (AP) President Nixon Thursday announced an IsraeliEgyptian agreement to separate their forces along the Suez Canal as the
first step toward a permanent Middle East peace.
In a brief statement, the President said he was not underestimating the
difficulties that lie ahead, but the agreement "is a very significant step reached directly as a result of negotiations between the two parties."
No details were disclosed, but the accord will be signed Friday at
Kilometer 101 along the Suez-Cairo road by the chiefs of staff of the Israeli
and Egyptian armies.
I he agreement came after intensive negotiations involving Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger, who has shuttled between Israel and Egypt lor
the past seven days.
W A S H I N G T O N (AP) President Nixon was subpoenaed by Common
Cause Thursday and ordered to produce documents relating to fundraising and political activity of his 1972 re-election campaign.
I he subpoena orders Nixon lo appear in person or through a designated
representative in the offices ot Common Cause on Jan. .11 and bring the
documents with him.
I he While House had no immediate comment.
G K A N I ) R A P I D S , Mich. (AP) lestimons that one ol the Watergate
tapes was erased and rerecorded is not sufficient grounds lo impeach President Nixon. Vice President Gerald R, Lord said fhursday.
" I don't think what has happened so far is a justifiable action under the
definition ol impeachment under the Constitution." Lord told a news conference in his home town.
"It's loo serious a charge lo go from that lestimons to an automatic vote
lor impeachment." Lord added.
" I think it's premature to jump in on the testimony ol six witnesses, who
may or nia\ not be upheld, and call lor impeachment." Lord said.
W A S H I N G T O N ( A P ) C O I I M I I I U I adwicatc Ralph Nadci and a Federal
hade Commission official fhursday challenged Ihe credibility ol cnergs
data published b\ oil and eas companies.
testihing hctoie a House subcommittee. Nader said oil reserve ligiircs
published In the •Xmerican Petroleum Institute were "utterly phony."
James I HalYei.son. director ol the Federal I rade Commission's Bureau
ol Competition, said in a statement lhal an investigation ol natural gas
reserve reporiing practices leveled an apparent "serious under-reporting"
In product't.s
W V S H I M . I O N I U ' | I videncc in the lilesol Ihe I edeial I'nwci ( uinIIH-.SU HI indicates tli.it some n.ilui.il pis pi ml uceis in Hie I nil n l States have
liii-d I,I huv up available te-enev intending In keep die gas .,11 ihc ili.ukcl
.111,1 await highei pi ice
\i .in I.IIICIW.M. i out in. i ai, hearing sew la I months.igo an m i l q v n . l in
e.iN piodiucr lesldied lhal lie had been .ipptoacllcd hv a lililliliei ,1 .,i!„ i
miiip.mles liI.II sought I, huv his uselUs to bold in Ihe eiuimd
VI B \ S \ .
S.N. (AP)
\ piopnsal l,,i ,i s e n i u m I
li.nlneed in the Sew N oik I egisl.itine
Scores of yellow posters around
the campus greeted SUNYA's
students returning Iroin the Christinas \ aea t ion with I he w urning t hat
all charges due to the I'nivcrsity
had to he paid hv Monday,
January U . d i they would tace"admin islrat\\e termination" ol their
registration as ol that date. As a
result the Imtsar'.s oil ice on
.lamiaiy la iiotilied l b u students
lhal thev have been lermmaled lor
thisvv'iiu'siei h is possible loi them
to appeal this leitninalion \ la a
written appeal, and so lai ten persons haw hied Mich appeals with
Ihe Huisai's otlicc
•\dmims1 raltv e t e r m i n a l ion
means, in the words id the letlei
sen I in live delinquent students,
" I nlcss ymil appeal is granted,
v our name w ill he deleted Itom all
class lists, and no credit will be
given loi the Spring semester.
l l '"4 It \ un are hv nig in a doi rn.it11r\ on campus, ihe loom must
he wit a led immediately. and the
muni and hoard charges which
have been inclined must be p a i d "
V . n i i h n u ID Robert Slieiei.
\ssist.ini
\ nc
I'Ksidenl
loi
M.111.i;rt incut and I'launing. there
w vi e I o i I \ - linn
ini-cainpils
slink iiis who received notice ol lei iiiiK.iih.n and one handled twent>
l i u Mom oli-^ainpiis I hose living
on t.impus weie pcrsHiialU CDIItacled b\ d D i i n i l o u peisnnnel.
wink the lest icceued notice
i hioiigli icgisletcd mail
\ppeals to the Hatsai In lilt tile
admin-istiauve k-uninaiiousaie heme icv K wed In a eoinniiliee conip.ised ot Slieiei. w hi i is the ehan in.HI Donald Wluikuk ol I manu a l \ M I Kalpli Heiski ol Slmlenl
I ile I'.nil Smioii ol (uadiiale
Sunk
OMI KOIK n V q u i u o the
I t i , \ , i ,.i'. Huisai
Ml ol i I K ten peisuiis who ha\e
I iled
appea Is
on
their
ad-
ministrative terminations have
been approved and will be allowed
to attend classes. Of the ten. nine
were given approval
without
lurther ipialilictition. while one
w as a p p r o v e d
with
some
provisions attached. 1 he deadline
lor tiling appeals is noon on
lanuarv 21.
Assistant Vice President Slierer
notes thai errors on the pari nl the
bins,ii and ihe administration are
possible, and am stud-en I who has
i revived lei in ma turn erroneously
need mi I \ not its the bursa r to have
hiit mn relumed, Slierer
;'
ami
n some ol the hundred
.line student*, mav have
not planned to return lo classes this
vcinestci anv wa>. and thus some ul
the lei initiations bv the Bursar are
hkeK ID be lo'imd needless. I IK*actual iitiinhei ol students being lerniinaled is thereloie somewhat less
than Ift1),and theadmmistralion is
unsure ol the actual exact number
.il this tunc.
1 he \W students aie out ol the
10.-4011 who pie-iciiisieicd last
S.neinbei
I he
leiniinations
applied oiiK to these pie-regisleied
students,
I he .la n uai v
i eglst i at i o n .
lanuarv
II
thioiigh
lf>. saw
anoihei
SMl students
heiivg
pieventcil Itnni eoiupkimu then
rcijisiialion p,u kels because ol nil
inabihu I D p;i\ thru ilue ciiaiges. .
I liese people are given until
lamiaiv : i lu eilbci pav then hills
in lull oi piove that lhe\ have ihe
Imam i.tl aid pendine lo covci ihe
amount due
With
ilie advent
o|
\diisiialive I einiiu.iiitnis, the adiiiiiiisiiaiiDii means to end the
plague ol unpaid debts which li.r.
i lugged the linancial workings ol
Ihe school in ihe past Ihc IKW
pohev should pievenl anj accounts
heme unpaid to the University.
\ccoidmg lo Sneici. the adinuiisiiaiiou is \ e i \ happy w ith the
lespoiiseol the student body to ihe
new s\ stem, and \\ ishes lo eoiivev a
in tie ul thanks toall those who did
pav on lime
O'li new iw ist to this vcai's
• ideuis' pay nienis was tin usi ol
Masiei ( liaige cauls I IK. bursal
hguies o\ei S2MIUU in student
ch.ai.gcs was paid lliiough Masiei
t haig; I oi some icasoti ilieie has
lievci been tins laiec an amomil
paid ll
| w , beet, in
ssisl ihe debt-ndtk n t'.ipit.il I lis
IIICI I i.inspoi union siilluiiilv
Hills weie ilili.uliieed hv Sen Wallet It I allglcv ami \sseiiihl\iii.ini ie,l
I call, both \lhanv KcpuliR.iiis
I hev said Ihe loan would also l», used to p.cscivc a ( S u n t bus I.,,,
live counties a u s c i m l hv ihc auilmnlv
which laces a v ' t i n i m
"Pen
g delutl ho Ihe loin
Hi period ending Maiell 'I
*
I lint last li.iNiiun ul «.iiuiitt sin-
$.75 with tax card
$1.25 without
PAGE TWO
LC 18
pLe^e cone
C^RLYI
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
I.I Wild
Wild W'ci'ki-iid •.pi-ciiiciiliii. L-.iitiIIICI1CCS .IJ1.1III l.ul.l\ Willi \\ Mill-'
Wi-ckcnd ll»"-l t , , - L I I . I I I U .iii-ii
Dchhw
7:00 & 10:00
^
ik-ni U1H.-KSI. llu , t i ii.i
I iiiLcUtciii
.ind
I'at in-b
S I Vt NIIKK I \ l ' | I lions lo keep schools operating .villi,mi sinking
lie.n and maintenance woikcis collapsed I lurrsdav as more than a qua net
ol ihcciiv'sV57 public schools shut down More than HKI.UIItlchildicn bads
lo slav home
tlCipalC II with II,Kill
ll llL-nnl:s
^ \ L lU-lik-lll
1 hi' lv\ .1 rt i m k l i M I
I luce open school dlstllcts. Willi all additional 77 schools and KMHIII
pupils, announced in midallcinoon [hat Ihcv would close Lndav
stllili-llls l u i i n i . i l i u u l . i u
SC\L-M llc.ld llu-, \ C . I I -, k-lc .ind .111-
I IK*
III!
PAI^AMOUNI HCIUWES CORPORATION
a n d BERRY GORDY ptesenl DIANA ROSS IN
IADY SINGS Trf BLUES' also slotting BILLY DEE WILLIAMS
co-starring RICHARD PRYOR Directed by SIDNEY J FUPIE
#
A L B A N Y , N.v . ( A P I Following are ski conditions reported bv the New
*iuik Stale t oinincicc I'epailmenl.
Wivkiiid
,is
.i
.1
ii
Im
inlu llu
lllii-i W l - l k s
l l u Spi-i-liil I Mills Ii...ml ipuiisuis.1 vpi-i-ial wi-i-kviid ,ti lln-rii'(tiii-
mote moderate sounding Wmtei
Weekend
Hul uh.n really needs lo be
altered, claim ihe co-chairpersons.
i- the aliunde ol students One student passing ihe huge cloth adveiiisemeni in < ampus ( enici sat
.asiu.ilk said l o h i s l n e n d . ' ^ o u ' i e
nol going to ilns vlui. aie von '"
\ n d auotliei siudenl when asked
what lie ihoiiglH ah,.ui W intei
Weekenil icphed. " \ u we h.uuijj
one '"
( leailv. many students aie unawaie lhal a special weekend is
planned, oi led lhal u is pist not
" t t i u l " to go lo a uimeisiiv s|ionsoied act iv itv I'erhaps this is due
h» ihe lack ol laige scalealtiaclions
isiich as bin bands) thai olhei
Lidleges and un iv ei si lies (die n idle i
on I hen
special weckends.
HoweU'i, ihe SA cut the Special
I vents Hoaid's budget luiemg this
veal's special weekend lo he I U I I
with hall ol the amount ol money
allocated loi last yeai's win lei
weekend Neveillieless the ntunhei
and divcisitv ol tile
events
( A I S K I I I AKI A
On Tuesday, December I I , Theta Xi Omega fraternity sponsored a
( hristmas party for 47 underprivileged
children from Albany's impoverished South laid area. Ihe children attend St. John's School.
Ihe children were brought by a bus donated b> the . niversitv, to the
( ampus ( enter Assembl) H a l l . I here the) were greeted by members o. die
campus sororities and Theta Xi Omega fraternity. Refreshments were served, a sin g-a -long vtus conducted, and soon the appearance of Santa ( l a us,
l i s /.uckerman of I \ ( ) , captured the attention of all the children. Santa
carried bis bag of toys, and these together with Ihe toys already placed under the ( hristmas tree set up in the Assembly Hall, were distributed to the
children.
Itellcavic K-4lb l i - g d . liig Hiich l2-4Ub gd; Itig Vanilla at Daves 15-40b
gd-ex. Catamount l5-40b gd, Dutchess 24b gd. Higlimoiiui I-0b l i - g d .
Holiday Ml 24b gd. Ilunlei M l . IU-5bb 2-4min gd-ex. Kulsheis l4-.T()h I2iningd; Ml ( aihalia fib gd; Mt. Storm 12-lbb l i - g d . Pines .15-40b 5p ex.
Plallekill 1-I2b gd. Scoich Valle) ll)-2()b lr-gd; Silvci Mine 12b gd. Ski
Siony Point 11-171) gd-cx, Sterling Finest 16b li-gd. Wiiidliam I 5 - I 0 b l i .
I ulorlunately for many of these children, these few toys were the only
gills they received lor ( hristmas. Ihe toys were donated by area merchants
including V\ out worths and \\ I . (Irani, and wrapped by members of Theta
Xi Omega and Kappa Delta sorority. Additional gifts were donated by
brothers of ihe fraternity and purchased with money daunted by Psi Gamma sorority
lll.1l .Mill Il-l.ltlVl-l) ll
ul .ll.llll'lllll
pu-ssuii
I Inn ,ni. uilt is that i-spci-ialh ,il MI-MII
Stale, wlli-li11it-s hilu-ii- u i l l i u llu- p.isi three
\i-.u s )juni|i out .it ,1 pal l\ nil 1 lias
s l u p K d i i l i i u i l -. u.li-iils ntiisl he
ituiMii.ijti-d in k.iw llii-u diiiins
and lu liavc a (-uud linn- mi cam
pus l l n u i i i i llu I t . i n d lllaki-siiu
[i i l l i i i si- a I biiiiu a mii.u li-uuiki-l
In k i l l lu ullsi-i llu iilti-ll inllali-d
cxpi'il.lliuils ul .nun sludi-lils. l l u
llaililiunal t i l l , nl Wild Wild
Weekend lias b. en leplaied li> lite
FB1DAY, IANUARY 18, 1974
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
( ode b. base. p. powder; nun. mac hi ne made; pkd. packed, e i . eianul.it
11/. Iio/en. set, settled; Is. loose, c. corn; wb. windblown sc. spring i-undilions, l i d . hunted lutings, pt, pool; I i . Ian; g. good, ex, excellent
A D I K O M M t K AIU.A
t.oie Ml 4-l()h 4p gd-ex, Hidden Valley S-I4h tpex.Oak M l K-I2b5p
gd-cx; Old h u g e . McCaulev Mi 1(1-1 2b gd. Royal Ml 4-l()h 4pex, Silver
Hells 5 - | 4 b 4 p gd-ex. Snow Ridge 14b ex; laconic hails, 2-ltlr* Ip l i - g d .
West Ml b-26b 2p ex. Whitelaee Ml 6-22b 5-Kp gd-ex; Willaid Ml d-24h
2p gd-ex
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1974
^
Winter Weekend Begins Today *
In \nil> KalVin
\ laiuilv ol Ion i with .in annual un nine ul SI ll.tlllll would save SI *< nmlei
llu plan, \ndeison .aid I he slate u olild he depl ivcd ol SI 2(1 nullum n
DIANA ROSS
IS BILLIE HOLIDAY
LADY
INGS
THE
BLUES
igh i iedit i . i i t k in llu
past. , I I \ O H I I I I C io Stietei
I his semv u i " icgistialion
hgllles au as bilious I all |>it
legislation
It) 4()1I lanuan I I
I WS. I.MI IJ -.Ml Ian U. i " v
Ian l \ " 1 . and Ian lb. U
W H A M . N.N. ( A P | Sellalc M
ntv I cad. i W a i i e n M
\ndeison
called I hlllsdav loi a niie-ve.il suspciisu
I lie .' S pel .en I suiehalgi on
si.ii, in,,iinc lascs and ., ssti inciease in inconie las cseniplions
Saturday, Jan. 19
Above and below: wailing lines for Bursar's office payments on Registration days.
u heieas al present debts Ii mn
\eais ago aie sh i being tracked
d o w n by Ihe state
Attorney
(icneial's oil ice Students were
JJIU'II notice ol the termination,
which is hist heme used tins
seuiesici. ihioiigh letters sent lo ill
students last Oclobci
12 and
lanuaiv 4,a ihiyveai.asucllasihe
2110 black on yellow poslers placed
,o ound the campus on .lanuaiv I
IIIIIJJ
ill
i-ai-li
SL-II . s i n
iilnli-
siiidinis ,iu siill l u - ; , I I U I I I lata-
scheduled aie cuiituderuble.
I hrough events such as the eon-
ceil, moonlight bowling, movies.
and a collee bouse featuring Hecloi Kueia and lohn Sanson, ihe
coinmitlec hopes to appeal to all
inieiesis
W niiei weekend gives leluimng
siudeiiis and
cspecialk
new
lushnien ami tiaiislcis tile chance
to jiooin .md iueel lieu people 'i et
wh\
simleni interest m Wmtei
Weekend \anes horn dciision lo
etitluisiasiii is tinaiisw-, u h l e
I he
weekend's events have something
loi
c \ e i y one
and
c v eiv
iiiai iictilated student lias a heady
conttibuled money to ihe activities
lliiough the mandatory student
las
Cam Seven' and I )chbie
I inkelsiein aie conlidenl -that d
students attend any
ol the
weekend's events they will have a
good i line I hey hope il will start a
tt.iditioti ol community and social
uspoiisi\encss at SI \S\ A.
It's
ceiiaiuly hcttei than slaving in
youi loom and gelling stoned tliey
claim.
because as so many
students c o m m e n t e d . "When
you're sioned you jusl don't leel
like getting
up and
doing
something" 4e
PAGE THREE
WINTER JANUARY 18,19,20|
E
FUN FILLED
FRIDAY
Free Hot Chocolate
E
T O M M Y J A M E S A N D T H E S H O N D E L L S (Concert Board)
Ballroom 8:00 pm
Free Cartoon Festival
Movies
K
E
N
D
CC Cafeteria 8:30 -11:30
SATURDAY
Spring Activities Day
Campus Center 11 am - 3 pm
'Moonlight' Bowling
CC Lanes 9 pm - 1 am
Ballroom Bash (Class of 76)
This first .section of the story on
the A t mo spheric
Sciences
Research Center describes the
ASRC and its functions. A second
nan. tajwpear in next week s issue,
centers on the stuff members of the
ASRC
by Jill It. ("hen
Over one million dollars in
federal government giants have
been allocated to a relatively unaeduimed division ol the Slate University ol New York-lhe Atm o s p h e ric Sei c n ees Kesea re h
Center. 1 he ASRC. which is under
the direction ol Dr. Vincent .1.
Schacler. lias been engaged by the
federal government m various
research projects dealing with
weaihci modification, air ipialilN
unprovcmcnl and solai etiergv.
;i nioug othci studies,
I aclml the protects is lumlcd bv
ii grant lioin sepaiatc US government agencies, including the En-
9 pm - 1 am
SUNDAY
^
Coffee House
board
0 0 a r a
CC Assembly Hall
w n n
HECTOR
AND l JOHN
. ' W * ^ **"Y.
r , t W
.-
8:30 - 11:30 pm
student ,r.,.,
association
I funded
undid Inby student
University Concert Board Brings You...
NOSTALGIA
Chic Corea
& the Shondells
and
Return to forever
Friday, Jan. 18
and Good Cod
CC Ballroom at 8 PM
I he ASKC personnel consists of
a ihirtecn-scicnlist stall,associated
research scientists, a number of
technical and research assistants,
and administrative personnel. Dr.
Schacler considers each ol the
scientists (who were hand-picked
by Schacler) to be a "world expert
in his own field." and considers the
Atmospheric Sciences Research
C c n1 ei
" a ve i y
unit] u e
organization...one ol the best in the
world."
ASRC studies on triggered lightning were conducted at M t . San Salvatore, Switzerland.
US government agencies and over
15 other organizations.
I he assistant director ol the
A S K C is Dr. Volker A. Mohncn.a
German bom and educated scientist whose specialty is in air pollution and aerosol phvsics
Dr.
Mohnen joined the A S K C stall
and the Department ol Atmospheric Science in IW>7. alter
hav ing served as a consiiltanl in an
pollution io several Gennan companies and as a research associate
hi [lie Uiuveisilv ol Munich, lie
recently completed a siudv i
annihilation In aerosol particles,
and c u i i e i i i h heads an investigation id nou-pholochenncal aeroso
It)i u i a i i u n horn the reaetiol
between ammonia and MIIIIII diov
de g;ises
heal - m;i n r ela t l o n s h ips in
Yellowstone National Park and the
aclivitv patterns ol nun-migraiory
elk lie has been involved with ihe
held studies lor ihe ASRC since
l'X.7,
Dr. Bernard Vonncgin also toured theslall m 1Mb?, where be serves
as a Senior Research Scientist. In
the 1940s he worked with D i .
Sehaelerand Dr. Irving I.ailgmuii
al the General filectric Research
Laboratory on clound seedtngand
other problems ol cloud physics.
Later he worked al Arthur D. Little. Inc.. primarily doing research
i n v o l v i n g thunder storms, atmospheric electricity and cloud
physics.
Al the ASKC. Dr.
Voiinegul con i in tics research in
ihese areas
fart two
litfsda\
A New Dimension inCinema Luxury
FOUR EXCITING THEATRES UNDER ONE ROOF!
"Best American movie
of the year."
. rj.........
Ci„
lei' crystal nuclei studied hy
cleclnm microscope.
Ml
III
,,,,,,,111.11
-
I'lolcil
,,,! V
,|, I i l l , D i n .
and Teenage Lust
dinaled activities of any knid
relating to the atmospheric
sciences within the university. In
addition to the work done by the
corps ol A S K C scientists at their
base on l u l l e r Road adjacent to
the
Dudley
Observatory,
numerous field programs have
been initialed since the formation
ol the center, with field stations
located at White face Mountain;
llagstaff, Arizona; Lake George;
Schenectady County Airport; and
Moose. Wyoming.
I he observatory atop Mohawk lower on Indian Quad was provided lor the
A S K C lor research purposes, including the study ol laser.optics
and other atmospheric studies.
i'rioi io Ins appointment as
d i i e d o i ol ihe ASKC in l%h, Di
Schaelei worked loi Ihe (icneia)
Llectnc Research I ahuiatuies.
where he developed a silvei iodide
cloud seeding mater lal (used in
weathei modification), patented h\
JAZZ
Tommy James
Seek Sunny Skies...or...l00 Million Pennies From Heaven
In selecting the stall ol the
ASRC. I ) i . Schaelei chose scientists with varied specialties, such
that "each indiv idual [scientist]has
his own re-search interests." lie illustrated the diversity, citing such
stall members as Dr. Duncan C,
Blanchnid. whose specially is AirSea and Precipitation Physics, who
is going i o i lie Galapagos. Islands lo
studs the nature ol bubbles, and
Kogei .1, Cheng, and expert in
photomicioseopv who has won a
o I |ii i/es l n i
Ins
phouiiniciiigiaphs.
Movies
Ib^pecitJ
n l S
i events
'&ZZ.
,
Campus Center 12 noon
SUNYA Scientists
k-IKl
NiMH'
I ..Ullll.lll.il
.,1 \ . . . . i l
ki-u.llill
Thursday, Jan. 31
Beer Will Be Served
Dance To Your Heart's Content
$1.50 with student tax
$2.50 without student tax
PAG1" POUR
CC Ballroom at 8 PM
funded by student association
$2.00 with student tax
$3.50 without student tax
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
•'HIDAY, JANUARY 10, I'"
H'.lhAY. IANUAHY L8, 1
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
PAGE FIVE
C-C Scores
New Rules
Dems Want More Reforms
Assembly Democrats today introduced a series of rule changes
"more sweeping and significant
than those effected by the
Republican majority on Monday,"
and joined Senate colleagues in a
news conference announcement of
other legislative reforms including
a constitutional amendment and
two major changes in the lobbying
law.
Assemblyman Daniel Haley (St.
Lawrence), chairman of the
Assembly Democratic Program
Committee, and Assemblyman
Thomas Frey (Monroe), a member
of Haley's committee, spelled out
the proposed changes they will introduce in the form of live
resolutions later today.
Most significant of the changes
would strip the powerful Rules
Committee, reduce its status to ;i
six-member housekeeping unit,
and assign its major functionguiding key. lute-session legislation
in the Assembly,lo the various appropriate standing
committees
which, under the new rules, would
continue to function through the
end ol each session.
Other important changes would
require:
I hat all budget hills I mm the
Governor be on the calendar six
days before being voted upon; that
bills be considered in committee
chronologically according to the
dale ol then imorduction and that
all bills reported out ol committee
he accompanied by a majority
report asnd dissents il any; that
bills be "starred" (removed from
their scheduled voting position on
the calendar) only at the request ol
the sponsor; that equal facilities be
provided Majority and Minority
me m be i s; t h a i c o m m il tec
membership relied the same ratio
as the parly membership o| the lull
house, and that
two-thirds
membership o f a committee must
approve any executive session, all
others being open to the public.
The Democrats also proposed a
mechanism fora non-controversial
consent calendar.
The lobbying law amendment
would broaden the scope of those
obliged to register and require
detailed post-session
financial
reports of funds expended for lobbying purposes in excess of $250
by a l t
special
interest
organizations and individuals,
registered and unregistered, including such categories us unpaid
volunteers, representatives of
municipalities, and others.
Senator Mary Anne Krupsak
(Canajoharie) and Assemblyman
John I'horp (Nassau) will introduce the bill loday in the two
houses.
I he I Wo sponsors noted thai the
language ol the proposed amendment was taken dirccll) limn a
1967 law governing the rules ol the
constitutional convention that
yea r.
" I his legislation, which deletes
the reference in the present law to
agent or counsel lor a special interest group, closes a wide loophole
and was implemented very el fee*
lively during the constitutional
convention.*' the two legislators
said.
Senate Democratic Leader
Joseph / a r e t / k i and AsscmhK
Democratic
Leader Stanley
Siemgut will introduce the constitutional amendment
It empowers the Legislature to call UseII
into special session and to add
items to the agenda ol a special session called by the Governor.
I he amendment isa key clement
ol legislative lelorms proposed in a
pre-sessiou "report In the people"
b\ the two leaders.
^INTERESTED IN WRITINGS
FOR THE
Father Hugh GtrmiehtieUha,,
man of the ticwly-lormctl v «
York state-wide Committee- ol
Common Cause, called recent
Senaleand Assembly rulesehauges
"half-hearted steps in the directum
of reform."
I'rograin Act inn Cum
reporters, l a t l l e i ( .11 inn In,
United. Complete news ,... 1,1.
impossible ami even lh> *. ,
Wilson Says No-Fault
Saves $110m Annually
(inventor Wilson Wednesday anniiuneed that V-vc York Stale
motorists would save SI 10 million
.iniiiiiilk
on auto insurance
pre mm ins, unilei the no-fault law
which takes effect February I
IheCiinerumieleaseda detailed
report prepared by the State In
surance Departineni slmu.iie ibe
.lies \clucli lia\u been hied anil up-
mi-lault henelits llnu In the penpie,' lunernm Wilson added,
I "Ibmmi; ate lite highlights, " I
ibe Instiianee
Depattinent's
lepmi
-Ouiiill, annual premiums loi
auluniiihilcs pcismial injury inMII.HUA will be down limn SK25
illmii lusc-cl mi l.inii.iIN I. 1471.
p n r t M l I I I I use i n u l a the n n - l i i i i l l
u t i ' s i " S WI m i l l
law
n bleb p " m l " ellee
live
repiiH
cimi|),iic-s new
CO\ ei'ilgc has
based un inles
lebu.iiU
system,
and
d l l l e i e n c e s in d u l l a i
I.IJJL- lei
Knu'l
and
[X-ICC-I
axel.iei
M<>
piense
sauiips
ins
" I be i n s i i i . n u e
nil"
I lies,
elleel
Ib.in
Mies wbieb e "
I ebiu.m
the
when
the
Inu
I I . H C . - H K H said
lales
I ,in- even
piedleted
enaeted."
Ibe
- l b c \ .lie l l i e l n s i i i i s l a l l n i e n l
b e n e l l l s u l i i e b Sew \ u i k in.
ilueeled
ibe
d
n
unite
v
s l i e i l g l b s o l de
w h i i l e s c i Ibe n s k s
eompaicd
u n
p..ss
lillle
pi
l"
the
emciaej
|>, u nn.ici,
11s
,,
ii
I mils
and
ulmli
the
basis.
peis.iual
uiuiiiliiiiiiii
lb ,11 I I peieenl
I,,I.,|
inpm
mine
in
I,<
pn
S u n d a y , Jan. 20
8 p m Only LC 7
The Dfcj 5leep
S a t u r d a y , Jan. 26
7:30 & 10:00 LC 24
Next Week: DJi Lawrence Adaptations
Women In Love
The Virgin and The Gypsy
, tipple
law
Imllle
enlolee-
l l l e l i l " l l n 1.lis. a l l I " the d e t l i l n e u l
" I ..in
Ibe current FBI director.
Clarence M. Kelly, defended Ihc
program, which was known as
"Counterintelligence Program Internal Security New Felt" or
" C O I N I F.I.PRO."
" In the context of a different
era where peace has returned to Ibe
college
c a ill p u s e s
and
ic\ olution.it\ forces no longer
pose a inajot threat 10 peace and
iiiiiKjinbis nl our clues, some may
deplore ami condemn tile FBI's use
" I a 1 " l l n l e l nilelllgenee
Nelly
m lets
l l n un
\e.11 a l l e l M i l
lasl
lepotUl < .lllStein
u.is
' Iheu
1.in-.
,1.11110'
Ih.
In
il
.1
statement
lelitiH qtinl.is a
pin.nb
labelme
.1 d.iuge
s ,ip
.111.! .1 l i n e a l I " . u . i d e n u v
Ihc
nniii.
,|ii.il.i
Asiei
1
piopos.il 1.1 establish a I
iiliiubei
"I
college " i
leuiued
led
l e u i u e d p u s i l i n i i s al a
11 u n el s i l \ . W i l l i i l i i i e l l ol
.1 selionl's
lacully
ami
position
lein
111 tin
ibus u i n e i l a i i i
nun
seal I "
..I
seal
111.nr,
.id
sit. H i i l s
a
,"tmli,
. 1 . .1
ii.lieges
mine
means
"I
Ibe
going
lleubihu
111 d e l l
wbcic
toillb'll,
lln
I'Clcent
si.mile
I.i
ledml
l e i l i n l i o i l .neiai.H s I'l
i
II"".ci
ol
leiulie
pointed
"iii
that
ibe
I be I HI " M i c e -
lilt
Ibe
S o n i c ol those l e p i i i l s . i n d o l l l e i
7
H l . f l s r . r ' • e a i l i e l o light in I 9 l w h e n n i d i e a l s
n . i l u l e a n d q u a l i t y o l the
"ii
the
school,
\s bethel 01 not Us s u g g e s t i o n o l
1 e l a d l i a l ineiease ill tenure slan,l.i i , 1 - is .11 c c p l a h l c
I he A A l
1' in
b l o k e i l l l o Ibe I l l l n l l l e e i i i
al
the
New
I ell.
i i i c n n i i a ii el li M l
piogianis
"While
(
aiine-d
al
uiinisi
.1 ,1, ,1 l l i a l w b a l e s e i s o l u l i o n is l o i
lieiinsis."
W.nkeis
and
Party,
llie
p i I I g i a in
eslenl
hy
all
aeadctillt
Ibe
I S
"hlack
called
es-
Socialist
along
"I 'oiiun-i intelligence
1,, some
1971
"espionage."
Parly.
e i . i u l b a n d l i l i a n e m g . Ibe b i l l d e n s
m , i . d p o . b l . 111 . i i i l o g l i e i e d i l e a
Ibe
d i s c o n l I tilled
House G r o u p s . "
n i i l l a l c d lo the p l o b l e m s ol l i m i t e d
s i l l l a i n u l s h o u l d he " s l u t t e d
with
si m
and
a
ply,
Speeial
t Ipetalious "
In
in.
statement
M.nm,I
l,-nine
lln
\ \l
quotas
I'
could
STATE UNIVERSITY OP NEW YORK
in cooperation with the Jewish Agency
Department of Education and Culture
announces
1974 EIGHTH SUMMER ACADEMIC
PROGRAM IN ISRAEL
l e u i u e d I.n n i l s
niemlu I
IniWelel
he
able
I"
,1.1.nil
I
inn,
piouiollon
jinsilnui
bee.iuse
\ \l
I'
p.
a
a
unacceptable."
siuicmciii
lived
l"
nl
dee la i c d
i|iiolas
p i n l e s s i o u n l a lalc'i
a genet.
i " I si h o l m s a n d
n . u b , n. a h u l l
u n . Mil, pnpul.iles
Ih,
n.title
colleges a n d
l) Undergraduate and Graduate Credits.
ed
p.,.nun,
al
out
Fur inloiiuation. write to:
MHKCTOK, SUNY Israel S u m m e r
Slate University College
Oneotila. New York 13820
Program
llllise
necnnsiaEBccog3axcBXxaxcnaaxggaKCgn]MCBagB3snenaa»»n^
Position:
The (jtdndaeJdy o l all monster
movies is M e n a n C. Cooper's
KING K O N G . Despite improved
technical facilities in the neatly
40 years since its p r o d u c t i o n , its
p o w e r , skill and its sheer ability
to thrill, excite and terrify remain u n i m p a i r e d . Whether regarded as a horror f i l m , a trick
f i l m or a fantasy, KING K O N G
remains a masterpiece by any
a n d all standards.
Uue
tothebIundBrinBofonaofourMmdiatributo
U^VEANO HAVE NOT will not be shown Fridn.v 1
WEDNESDAY - Daily Double
Two shots for a dollar. Only
50<P a d m i s s i o n .
THURSDAY - Beer Blast
A d m i s s i o n $2.00. All the beer
you can drink.
nun
CONFERENCE ASSISTANT POSITIONS AUAILABLE
SUMMER PLANNING CONFERENCE 1074
MIDNIGHT
KKIUAY& SATURDAY
LC 24
MONDAY AND TUESDAY Free N i g h t s
No a d m i s s i o n .
Kingsize
d r i n k s r e g u l a r l y priced.
lain
aaaaaa
The Original Uncut Version
Here's what's
happening
e v e r y n i g h t of the week at the
Varsity Inn:
In a d d i t i o n I " t h e p r o g r a m a i m ed
,.l l l n
in widcspicad
Media.
I'.l
m i l l 111; s t a l l si/e 11.1111 seal I " s e a l .
.1 p . i n . i l leineeh
Ptt<!E>f
Jfare
eie a l s o asl.ed
d o c u t n e i l t s [elated l o the p i o g l a l l l
lo
general
healing
3fan
in submit lepiuis evety tbiee
months mi lite pingiess.,1 lbell el-
.111 i l i s l i l i i l i n l i e.nl have an l l l l p o i lange
I
llllls
p i o p o l l i o l i " I laclllty " l l leniiie al
long
asked Ibe special agent in
.liaige.il each I III otliee to submit
detailed plans loi possible nilelllgenee action loi approval In
buicati headepiaileis.
.1
d e p ' i x e Ibe
I
in
possiblblv
,,,,. . . i n p e i s o n a i b i l i a r i l y
I he
,111m.
down
In that time, al least seven persons were slain by policemen or
National Guardsmen called to
campuses
to
put
down
demonstrations.
" A t this lime of national crisis."
Kelly said, "the government would
have been derelict in duty if it bad
not taken measures to protect the
lahric of our society."
Although he admitted that "a
counterintelligence program may
mil he the answer," Kelly said.
" I here must he some effective way
lot [be lederal gosernment to meet
Hie challenge posetl hy those who
would lonncnt res olution."
lie said he and Ibe \ellllg Attorney Gemini Kobert Hoik were
examining what ibe I III should do
in sued sanations, including the
possibility ol new legislation.
In bis I'ttiS memoiandiim.
bill u n u k l mil completely
lln
taHI
p l a n is b e i n g o p c i i h . e o r i s i d e i c d b\
teilllie osel
n l m l i would m l
. . . I I . ees
, I,.,
"I slabbshtng
I
01
attempted arsons, 14 destructive
bombings, 9 persons killed, and
almost 600 injured on our college
campuses alone. In the school year
1968-69. damages on college campuses exceeded $3 million and in
the next year amounted to an excess of $9.5 million."
p i o p o i t i u u " I lenuied piolessmsal
lieednm
'
.i.iiiil.iuK loi
•,.-., 1 -.
p n . h l e i n s ..I l . n u l r .
stalling
Hi.
I
out.
Hill a l s o l l s
me
1
l u i i n e i u a l q i m l . i Is
1
im-l
has
• I uei losing
>".i M t l l l l l l l
weie
\ \ l I'-iiggesleel a giadtial ap
pn .uii in ibe pioblcin by tighten-
leuiued
Inu
pioglalll
l< I'SilIn
\im
, \ss,.ei,,ii"ii
" I I n n 1.ii'. I'toicssois t \ M I'I
be, ause ol AH al b l l l . n \ c p i o l u
I ' l e l l l l l l l l l l i l i e s .10
Ibe \c.11s die
in o p t l a t i o l l , be p i u n l e d
AAUPBlasts Quotas
n.il
e.
pingraiii,"
said
I l i u ing
-,... ins ' " b e l l i I,ik
, seellelil be " I she ting lit be. would
I ol Un- h a n d
Sahara
The Maltese Falcon
eellleis.
lie Ibe a n u s n l
won a US District Court decision
that he was entitled to the
d o c u m e n t s under the 1966
Freedom of Information Act. The
Justice Department decided not to
appeal the decision.
Ih un.
TheBestOfBogart
$.75
per
film
induction
and
n
-. | „
"Rising Smile*
S a t u r d a y , Jan. 19
7:30 & 10:00 LC 24
I be l9nX memorandum said the
I III w.is'bigbK concerned that the
an.in bisiie actl\ tiles "I ;i lew can
paialy/e institutions ol learning,
ilependintl upon
1 iii.iitilauis
.1
il
llits
tin
OIK
weapons
null.II
I )n
pie
unli
cl.ic\
Inloiin
s u m \ is
I.nil
i m c - i . i j t c s ,ne cltiwu .1 l i l l l e
In Kit t
" I be s l i e n g l l i s o l npe
Ibe
l i e p . i i l i n e i i l i " n i . i i i i i . i i n ,1 e a i e l n l
I " asstne thai
recent stateineiii In 1 •"
< ausc loundet and el
n.n 1
W (iardnei
Mi (..inli,
dmdlial
sis
IMSIII.HU L
I iilbel C.illineb.iel n I 1
iiuliidinci.iinpaiH
and
"I
would
u-luclc
I lorn
e ib.in M Sit
li>
.,
t"t,i|s
pel
nii.nis l a c l o t s
Il is
sluiuW l e n h / e I n i m n i i - l a u l l . a n d I
luif
i n n ,,ll
s c l n 1, -
said Any person inleie~n.il ,1. ,
ling through coimniUet
shoulil haw I hit I tight In .i.n
" Mlet all. n's ih. 1 ,1
business that legislalm ,,
dueling 111 committees .is ,\
Ibe floor." be sind
sccnw
ill
analyzes
I n be
The program was set up hy a
memorandum hy the late FBI
Director .1. hdgar Hoover to the
held offices on May 10, l%8.
Hoover abolished the program
without
e x p l a n a t i o n in a
memorandum dated April 2H.
1971.
1., U |,„ i
has the rcsponsibiliK lo.i,|c t M ...
policy and sltategs 1
-mm,\c-» Yoik Stale legislate, , ,,
I here are 4.1.1)1111 (
,,,,1, 1 ,
members in Sew \ m i.
"In recent veals, \ u •,
token inles changes, liu
i,,,
election year, the legisl.,i,,, n,,
missed il great o p p i i i i i i n i u 1
,,
strong imprtnemenls n n,
legislative process." saul tin \ .,
York Common ( ause < . ,ihin,r
chairman,
I be public is mil willnii- 1, ,,,
dtcale its right in I i,,,.,
( umpiled by Glenn < on Nostit/
ulil
TUES, JANUARY 22
8:30 pm in CC 315
by I'hil Semas
(CPS) From 1968 to 1971, the
Federal Bureau ol Investigation
(FBI) operated a program "to expose, disrupt, and otherwise
neutralize" campus radicals and
other New Left activists.
" I f they had been serious ah
legislative reform, both bouses
would have required all committee
meetings to be open to the puhlu
not just the press," said l a t l i e i l ,,,
michael ol Niagara halls
"Furthermore, the whok- am
cepl of open meetings is untied in
the committee cfinii man's ,h,
ci c l i o n a ry pnwei
i, , |, lst .
meetings." he added
lather Carniicliacl eh.in n„
u i l e s u i l l i those- in ellecl undei llie
COME TO A REPORTERS
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
FBI Spied on Radicals
Memorandum Reveals
Qualifications:
Time Commitment:
Salary:
Requirements-
Conference Assistant
Summer Planning Conference
1974 Orientation Program
Undergraduates Only
June 3 - August 5, 1974
$860.00 plus room and board
Must attend oneof two mandatory interest meetings either Wed. .Ian. 23,
1974 at 7:30 in C C . Assembly Hall OR
Tues. Jan. 29. 1974 at 6:30 in CC.
Assembly Hall.
Where t o A p p l y :
Office of Student Life, CC 137 between
Jan. H a n d Jan. 31, 1974.
Application Deadline:
Thursday, Jan. 31, 1974 at 5:00 pm.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A n y t h i n g Goes Nights
A d m i s s i o n $1.00. Continuous
m u s i c from 9 p.m. to 3 .
SUNDAY - Appreciation Night
Only 50<P admission. Wrap u p
the weekend at the
V.I.
®be#ars;itp3nn
255 New Karner Hd.
Colonic
For additional information, stop by CC. 137.
) m » i i i i i m u n n i i i « i i i i m i i i i i i u n L l « « l H I H I l i m i l H H I l l
PAGE SIX
ALBANY
H-;IWVi IANDAHY IH, 1974
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
PAGE SEVEN
.- •ii*' ' ' *
WINTER WEEKEND
F
I
€
CE
*4
CONCERT
C4RICCN§
E
FF
44I1EE
F
I
N
E o
E
§PRINC 4CEIVIEIE§ F)AT
I
€
\
arts CJ leisure
FRIDAY lANU/WT IB. 1974
HitchcockYoung & Innocent?
bj June-Maria
Inral
iiidnus.
D u e I n I I K success n l
national
l-ilni
I he I n t e r -
(Jump's
series
nl
H i t c h c o c k l i h n s last s e a r , a second
set n l I he d i r e c t o r ' s best l i l i n s has
been
assembled
tsveiiticlh seal
isel'slts . m i l
I he
mill
nl
open
II (i's
s e i s i n g the 1111-
111111 in
ttllln.
the
fin
I n d u s .1,inn.us
ill I (
I
sciics
K
i n he s h o w n
Is ,n ' I 5 . m i l X 4s
seen
iiiul
in l l i i s i m i i i n s
liiii.n.ni
llllcllcink
luhcls
pint
has ,i
\ inline
aeenseil
nl
hasu
in.m
nniidei
i l e\ iilcncc
against
linn
puhee
In
hi
is
Willi
ininileiei
ami
iinniiiliiie
escapes
scan. 11
Ill
Inl
« u
llle
ie.il
hlllisell
n.ii.
Mali)
nl
s,m
with
is1.1s
he
I'Mil
In
).iltilV
lilnis
lliklienek
make
unit
Hihviai
tilth"
I I sn.
i i/Miill s i n e . i s . i
line n i l i i i i l i i i l n i i i In l l i l e h n n k .IS.I
inline, ciicigcln
I he
Special Events Board
"new " d i i c c l o l
second
lllm
ultngclhcl
ililleienl
diieelul
SWi.n
sllnilll
I inula! In student assix nunm
I ml,is
. m i l 'I 4< in
slums
lihu
Sel
(.'ahliiinia
si,u\
nl
side
,.l
n/ "
llle
Ihmhi.
I . H i l l . I l l 2s .11 " 1 5
| (
l,s. was m a d e
in
a
Ihen
a
small
sen
Snulheiii
i.idin.lii
i.ii.niie
Ipl.ned
liesh
In
lamili
I In
Inseph
Charlie
( nllnll
ihen
ktitif
Milagllllliiill
{ill/'fl-
M l scis i i i i i r t i a l . e . d m a n d
pcdcsliiuu
emeied
In
dauehlel
( halhe
Muideiei
about
I nele
n u n his i n l e s in ( in.iii
and
.ilnii.sl
WELCOME
BACK PARTY
in
l i m n , l l l e l i l m lells die
e n n i p u l l n a i e c u i u s ,,,g a s isit 11 n m
i,nnl
MIDNIGHT
COWBOY
sii.n n l
SahiHeui
I he s h o o t -
,.nhei
Vlusie
I
Hall
in die same l i l m is a n o t h e r
example
.is
Kllshuiiiii'
will
us
die
seepienee
\,U(/IIK W
Mount
in
\urlll
In
MM.Inn
•'I a Dnithi
ilie unapt nl stnhih-
i \ is i l n l i n k i n n a i l s e l l
I he i m a g e
has leased i n he a p a i l n l the i m i n mniieul
:ind
heeiime
uli\
i h , l i l m is ,uie n l
n i h i l , si
.mil
Ilie
cn-
I his is o n e r e a s o n
ilinsl
Ihleheiiek's
lulls
ic.ih/cd
is.11 k ^ .is well us h e m e his pel stinal
Limine
die
linn
is
llii
who
unlil
eldesl
Ini.ihle
I nele
has
llic c o u n t r y
H is d i s -
l.iinih's
"Mens
V\ i d n s s "
heen
kiIIinn o i l
I In l l l i l d h i m in d i e sel is
m
S.'illlu
d.is I e h i u u i s
I 1
is
I u l ' 1 5 a n d III hi) in
I Ins is d i e l i l m t h a t
hniuiii
The House that Hitchcock built. Have a good time with "Psycho."
\uiili
i ii I n he s h n s i n o n I 11-
Ilie
suulsliek
spsadseiiluie
lilm
Inl
since
has
cscis
iplused
hs
s i . n me
mil
going
neh
illnielll
.lltlmugh
l i l u e . i s Hun
lines
hum,u
Is lusi
islinli
nl
.mil
s,u ih In
I mill
de
/(fi/eap-
llilelieiiik's
bicullllaking
sis le.
puce
\m / / i n r w i s u n . i m a / i u g -
p . m i l emss i . i u n l i s
I,.11,iws ( a n
centered
.id
Ihiuidull
I,II
I'lljjlppe
\ltni
much
u seeiel
chase
( . l a i n asscll
eseilltise.
Ih,,mini
agent .
Kogcl
is m i s t a k e n
kidnapped.
II I I n i l I n i l l ink a q u a 11 n l h u n t h i m .
ulnnisl killed
esled hs l l l e ( d e n
I me
and
I'.ilnc
n l l l i i l e i me
Null,,ns
u man
Ulllldlilg
in
.nil
ueuised
(he
nl
I luted
in d i e
l l u i l i m i i i u l e s n l d i e i n n s ic!
\ , u ih
lusl
I heie
l'/sn
l u m n l a sps i i i g a i i i / . i l n i i l
Van
headed
Dam
In
\i'ii/iu
i,j,
is i n c i l l i o n c d
w i l l he s i n , w n m l I n d a s
Is
\liei
/'sii/io
its
became
..|U,ck,cs
January 18 and 19
icleiied
I'eiei
loi
"I'.D.Q
Imlliaid
1.nulls
incnihcl
I'eiei
In
-\swiih
I.Iline
Mihough
dilleieiiccs
us
giound. Koiuan
is,,lien nam-
u dneel
n i i l g i i i s s Ih
and
nl
sliuellllal
s
I
'"I''"'"
pi,il
kin
scats
pcpli
,u
Ihen
win.
mi ..n
,nli plnl
,H
lilt
h i m , I uU, i s that
.
ml
I •• Ills
ll,l,l
is
h.
/ ' s i , //.
ss, II
ligiueiii
"I
ugHlaliutl
died
in
in.il
, h
'"
piep
I ,H
Ik p i c p a u d l,H .,
i .1.1, . 1 Ilk
I ' , , I , . SS, „ ! I,.i
I,,
1 ul
l'4:
hi
Ilk
..I .,
I
,„ „., "
.11, 'i 1,1.,
ut, sh,,wi
si I i 11
. m i l that s>, ..is i . i p . i l . i ,
:ih,.,I
imand
linn
in
'
<l.issie.
Ill,nigh
die
i|iie
hi
Ineil
huikllUllls
Sihkksk
m
I
lull
h,
Huh
pointless
Ills
l l l l l l l l l
f '
I Simmy J a m e s ' ! V i s , i n Ilie B a l l r o o m t o n i g h t . ' T e e n a g e l.ust" h e l p s
mil \oi iiinmim
•>">* h e e l
drinking.
M
long-
legend n l
il
mil
li... l u g
iiiiiii .mil mole
in n m . I ,
|„|ls
II
In nil,In
Ills
i,
I 11, I,, sll,
i, s I ' l i d h .
misuesied
h,,n
lias
It • i , H I
-.1 mi
I
,'i
s-
si, mi
II,'
ic \ .mi iheek
id.li.
s,,l
siainpcd
i,, I H . \ , ' , , , -
-Ik,
\il..,„s
.Ill,,11.
mplkuis ul -Ins
,, . s i n . , I I
n
I ,, oldel
11 in I ml
Mh.ii., s
i..,,,;.
\ . ,s
i s . i d . i h l i ,ii s i n i l .
,H 1
II,.I
' • » " ' U<• I k . liHilliuls
I'.'p. i n i i t e i i ,ui
im,
..il H i ,
und
sioicsjnd
- ,,.,l,i
s . on u n d
,1.1-
| |h, | ,,,
:
npnsel
, , ,,1, „,,,„,. I
inII,us
l i , tins
Hi , , i , h.
. n-oii
Mi:
Willi
is H u l l
,,,,1 s u m , . , . i
.
1.1 Ills I ' I ) (.1
I k k . i . , n ilk
u l I III,loin
I'uilh.
s , ip!
km.
In . I , h i l l , H, I,, Ins
, , ils
in, i
d
Schickek
e i u e i c t l his u i - i i a g i s e u i s he
h,, uiik
, ,,,,.1. i
ulil, .
hue
, „K.
u
m t e i e s l s sseie i h e u l i ie.il. hut
.i e n i w i i i i
,, , . ,
( | u n k s
, i - In
hs p.isi k w s e n - h.i- ••CVII
illl.i,nl
^
I t . n i l ill M i l e s . Ii'.w.k S c h i c k c l c ' s
uimme
ss inpluins
I ' ' I Ult.HI
\,.s
\lllllk
S ,11 I " I I
A "Rhinoceros" is Coming
p.
\,ii. i,.,,,
i HI,
\ in.,l II, . Hlhss | , | l l , ill l u Ihcsi
i
,
, I,,, h h.is h e m . i i l u .ills uislu
I, ,
Dslnuli
wlh
Ihe
dn.iliii's
II I
i
him.
Halaiui
and
nil
ll
making
Ihe
el^l-ton**"*"
'7"
'„ t ,
' ,""
" "
l e h i u . i i s III M i i i e i i i l i i i i n a l i n i i n n
o,, v ..^
si Hi i , , l l , , u
m i s s i s s i n i i w i l l lullnss
l i s . n l , , i i h , i i i , H I c a l l 4a7-74K(l
Soil
In
HI d i e
as.nlahli
Inkel
susiugl
ninth
aie p i n e d
I'lClhliuc
h,
r
Mnsnl.
»
.':,
stalling
(J islet.
lost
in tile
^ ^^
^
Si.us," stalling H u n k I'eleis.and
"I u l h c i . " s t a l l i n g S t a i s K c a i l i
pg
I hen
pel l . i i i n . i l l e
al
single . i d l l i l s s i i i l l
p i i i i h a s e i l al
wliu
Ih,
s.'ll pel
sub
Substiipiions
Ikkets
mas
bosollicc
nl
, „ , k ipulnig llnalies ,„ s , „ „ alea,
' "
-I InecSistcs."
Usksl
|SI sll
sum siandbs l i t l c i
H.oes-Klunnteios." stalling/em
.iiiienee
I.I ss s.lllllg i
.kiii.lh,
ug
mil.
l l i i u u g l i n u i the t o u n
i,une
.
.s l i . u
picscHl.i
as.ul.lhle al ledllted l a l i s
,I i n , nils
Is s i l l
adiilissii.ii
i , p i , m l al s . -sij p, I l k l . i l
II,.'
and
,
I , , , , l u . s e uueiesled „ , bene, u „ -
funded by student association
since d i e n .
Pi,,iVssoi
>h
|H
^
nl
II,, I, . I k s , . - Sshkksis h a . sucecs
nulled
$1.00 without
l i ss.is.
,1K- " S a n k . ,
.nils
i . ,, h n n i s i
i.
kee|img
u
.„, „,,
I li,
ill!
H.isuiiu
I set
n
^
iii.i.
$.50 with state quad card
Bach
s u l l n l / ' , , , /•
nine, 1 nl
is
hscls
1 IWI7
pulling
III.III.Ills,HI
w u l , . .H . , I , I n m .
; . , . I MI n l " hlli
I, u l , ,
unknown
,, „ . , „ „ ,
•eli.nis uiiisis s l i i d i . i l . n u l k . n l i e ,
;MI
. ili'in s I, ss. I I , .III
Schickclc's
wus
I " ' - ' ' I ' I ",,,,! nils,I . I n , s i
,|,
l/iie.
b e i n g used as a c o d e c
in
„'|lsc
(
llns
H a i l s i l i o n p e l i o d H o r n Ihe H
hniliii.
.11,.iiii.l h i , ,i pill hull
I'eih.ip
sIl.H.Kli.l
II
Is h .il„,ul
Ih
mill,
.in
h.isui'l
designed
.,,1
be
i l
Sebastian's : t l - o d d
e l n l d i e n a n d a l s o the o d d e s t
i h n n i i d l ii
I. . . . i h t i e
SS .Mm
die
maniisnipt
I t a c h is a H c l i i i o u s c o n i p o s c i
mill
„ hen hs i h.inee h c h i l l l l d a s c r a p o l
sii u n c i
U c o u l i n g to Schiekclc. I ' . D . y .
Ifil
W c o l d l l l g t o S e l n e k e l e . he I n si
diseoseled
Sehickclc
as
(nvifl.
^
. inmeli
Ihe
to the oldies
FRIDAY, JANUARY IB,
hs I n i n i e l
uti.l
. n i e i u in o n e l i n i i a t l l i . i l act
H u h ' ' is a p i n g i a m n l
musical same, m u l e d
I m
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
lliinsil
I h e a l i e . al s i l l I' M
L<-« " I
us
'"
PAGE EIGHT
M a i n e In ( a h l m n i a
Ihlssseeka
I ,.,,, i l . l l
is, h u k e l e is n r e i n i e l i " " 1 1 I I J U - S U I U K U I IS I H I U H I I
m,
liach's w a l e d opera.
M
1.|'.l).y
g
daik
nl hiini
ah,,ul
All the Screwdrivers and
$1.00 without
m cities
appioaehed / ' s i , / , , / ,
I h e i e is i , m i n i o n
Ih.
$.50 with state quad card
S c l n e k e l e . ssill
Musiea
, , " , " ^ ,'„ U ,,, ,|,e m m p u s e l
Mn.i
drink while dancing
I'm
" d i s e n s e l e d " si I n , ,s said I n be the
seen I I I , l i l m !,, i n a k i
with the MARX BROTHERS
"I'l,. lessof
, . , i . . e.-nu
lleatuimglhe Scim. ,
... . , ,
,n.,,.,i
\ u t i q u a l has p l a s e d
.
„ , „ , . „ . i,,,,,,
a n d o n campus.es I l o i n
I ' . D . y . Ikich
Idms
i l i e i e , n e us inuns
slid
Vodka Collins you can
INCREDIBLE JEWEL ROBBERY
I c a t u i i ne
g
less
in,
Special Short Feature:
l%ll.
a model
in \,„tl,«f>l,
- sns
7:30 and 10:00 LC 7
I s c i i mrg n l
he the J a n u a r s I ' n p s o l l h e A l b a n s
. . .
,', ,
,. . .
Symphony Orchestra. Saturdas.
,
|li;..
lanuais
Iu
' h h, a l h
the . | >I'alace
I'eiei
State Quad Flagroom
Haclt.
in
m I ('
in
••pssclinlogieal I h u l l c r s . "
ed
9:00 PM
\n
Madness-
countless contusing u n d e x p l u i n s c
loiind,
Friday and Saturday
"I'.D.Q
Musical
I e h i liars
lelease
I ' o l a n s k i ' s K,Viilu.iti
Saturday, January 19
in
I'wiilti
s ul 7 t i l . HI u n d M l d l l l g h l
/',,,/„,,„.mi,in.,1
presented by TOWER EAST
made
is ss i i l i n i i i peel a n d m a k e s the
Hitchcock
new
I s m 111 .111 s n l
Mr.
die
luili,,.
perhaps ihe one
lilm
e s c i s o n c d u n k s ul w h e n die name
I tn I I nil 111 u s i n g I n gel I n l l l e n u l -
sinister
nl
''•'"•"
I l i e l i n u l h i m n l l l l e set w i l l he
hnii
the
Bach's Son
Makes Good
while
hands
I.lines M i i n d i a l l sns l i n k
' '
pu c w h e n i i u n p u i e i
hi
his e \ ,
,
„
,
l i e i n c l s l e w . i n ing i n el en.is ei n
l e l c l l t i u g . i i l i n i i . m i l slispeii.se w i t h
hs
Mason I
die
siipei-shek
\i.ill,
ulnnisl
nl
puhee
llll-
hilliiss s
.lames
11 has
nesei h n i i m a t c h e d I n l s s i l . i n d e s
.,n
I'M 4 a n d is n n l live usual suspense
State Quad This Weekend:
die Si.Hue n l I i h c i l \ at t h c c o n c l u -
unac-
i ii.n!e b e l n i c i i n n i n e I n Vine ilea111
s
s i . i h i l m . i h e lile a n d d e a t h l i g n u m
gallows
i|Liainleil
January 18, 19, 20
s i i p e i i m p o s i n g e h a n s m i images n l '
i i i i i n i n e n l ilsell
cucunisl;
I he
in
M u l e in I l l g l n l l d 111 1 ' i r
i . I I I Is
Inime
is a e n n s l a n l I h e m e
H i t c h c o c k ' s w i n k , l i e has e t i j o s e d
/M
.mil
Ilie injection nl disnrder
inlii niilei
I I I I I in die K . i d i n ( i n
cnininuillls
Hivi
) tutni;
In
^'Ifflfi
-
""••Muned
I'ei'lor-
"!•""•"«
' - " U U O 21 «.«J
I e h i u a l s 4 a n d S. M . , u | , I I
, ,,
a n d I J : - \ p i il h a n d l J , a n d M a s d
lid 7
! I
'' I
^BiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwuwiMiaiwiiMiiuiaiiii,«Bj»BMte».»
m
preview/arts/preview/arts/pre view/a is/preview/arts/preview/arts/preview
OTt
Friday, Jan. 18
P u z z l e s o l u t i o n s m u s t be s u b m i t t e d t o the A l b a n y Student
P r e s s office ( C C 3 3 4 ) b y M o n d a y . 12 n o o n f o l l o w i n g t h e F r i d a y
that the puzzle appears.
The plape to be: Downtown.dance on Easy
Street in the Brubacher Ballroom at 8:30.
Free beer and munchies, admission is $.50
with tax, $.75 without.
Celebrate! Boogie t h e Winter Weekend
a w a y with Easy Street (direct from NYC)
tonight, b e g i n i n g at 8:30 in the B r u b a c h e r
Ballroom.
T h e r e ' s free b e e r and Welcome Back Party: in the State Quad
m u n c h i e s , and a d m i s s i o n is $.50 with tax, Flagroom at 9 pm. All the screwdrivers
$.75 without.
and vodka Collins you can drink, with
moldie-oldie tunes from the past. $.50 with
state quad card, $1.00 without.
N o s t a l g i a time: Concert Board p r e s e n t s
T o m m y J a m e s and the Shondelles with
Teenage Lust for a s t o m p i n ' good time in
the CC Ballroom. S t a r t i n g at 8 pm,$1.50 Activities Day: find out now what's going
on and how to get in. Sponsored by the
with tax,$2.50without.
Special Events Board, from 11 am to 3 pm
throughout the Campus Center.
•:•:
/•:'
Sunday, Jan. 20
P u z z l e s o l u t i o n s will be d r a w n at r a n d o m until three correct
solutions h a v e been chosen.
F i r s t of a l l , t h e S c h e n e c tady Winter R a t i n g tournam e n t w i l l be h e l d J a n . 26-27 a t
the S c h e n e c t a d y Y M C A on
State S t r e e t . T h i s is a U S C F
t o u r n a m e n t (United
States
Chess
Federation),
which
means that people interested
in p l a y i n g m u s t b e U S CI''
m e m b e r s or m u s t join at the
tournament.
H o w e v e r all
spectators are welcome.
No o n e w o r k i n g on o r for t h e A l b a n y S t u d e n t P r e s s is eligible
to w i n .
Only one s o l u t i o n per p e r s o n
2
3
M i x e r : m o v e w i t h Grand
Island
t h e CC B a l l r o o m from 9-1.
Transit
Sponsored
I
23
Hovtor
a n d John
Simson
get together once again
to e n d y o u r W i n t e r W e e k e n d r i g h t .
Free
, , , ' , ,
, ,
, ,
, 7, „,, . . „,,
collee. h u t c h o c o l a t e a n d donuts.8:30-11:30
i. n .,
the C
, .C
, . A. s s e m b l y H a l l .
,. . . _
,.
, . , ,.
Moonlight Bowling: a once-in-a-liletiine
. .
, . .,
.,„,
,,„
c h a n c e to b o w l in t h e C C b a s e m e n t ! O p e n
f r o m 9 p m to 1 a m .
27
Hellman (459-5300)
Cinema 7 (785-1625)
Innocent
7:15, 9:45
The Way We Were
Fri.
Fri.
a n d S a t . 7 : 0 0 . 10:00
a n d S a t . 7:30, 9:40
Colonie (459-1020)
Albany State Cinema
Towne (785-1515)
Sleeper
(Dirty H a r r y
The
Fri.
Fri.
7:30, 9:30
Fri.
Sting
a n d S a t . 0 : 0 0 , 8:00. 1 0 : 0 0
7:00, 9:30
S a t . 5:00, 7:15, 9:45
Delaware (462-4714)
{Lady S i n g s the B l u e s
Sat.
7:00, 10:00
The New
[Tower East
[Midnight
Fri.
Madison (489-5431
Fri,
7 : 3 0 , 10:00
The Long
Fri.
Goodbye
a n d S a t . 7:1ft,
9:30
(Rising Smile
Cine 1234 (459-8300)
Ash
Fri.
[King
Fri.
Wednesday
a n d S a t . 7 : 1 5 , 9:15
midnight
Sahara
Circle T w i n
Charlie
Sat. 7:30, 10:00
The Maltese
8:00
'AGE 2A
r
42
46
28
22
w
/
• •"
51
W
43
r
35
40
44
IT" 13 14
•- l !•.
38
!T
41
45
47
•'
48
55
1
•49
|
5T"
w
56
59
l
»ulii
47
49
50
51
53
54
61
973
1 argu m CH73-
( 7 8 5 J 3 8 8 )
The Laughing
Falcon
Fri.
Varrick
8
5, 1
Debauchee
year itch
Pen point
Type of vegetable
Tavern
Wldmark movie or
Insect trap
"Moonlight
"
A crystalline
alcohol
Comes forth
Redecorated
Accumulations near
the shore
12 Free from sin
ACROSS
13 Wreath for the he#;
1 Cattle-breeding
14 Contemptibly smal I
Nation
or worthless
9 Snare
21 Show plainly
15 South American boa
24
Epistemoloqkdl
16 Catholic nine days :
visionaries
devotion
56
26 "Bet you can't
17 Type of rifle
58
eat
"
18 Commercial
29 Non-Imaginary
19 Here: Fr.
59
number
20 Deliberates over
60
31 Adenosine tri22 Eastern daylight
61
phosphates (abbr.i
time (abbr.)
32 Great warmth of
23 Wally Cleaver's
emotion
best friend
34 That can be endJfed
DOWN
25 Rescue
36 La
(opera)
26 Scoff at
1 Of the v i s i t a t i o n
37 Bring Into being
27 Pigeon
rules In a dorm
38 Meat quality
28 Card game
2 Short, amusing tale 40 "The Cat in the Hal
30 On an ocean voyage
3 Most speedy
and "The Grinch Who
32 Fights with an
4 High card
Stole Christmas"
epee
5 Act crazy
42 Famous reindeer
33 Beatles song
6 Archaic preposition 43 Brooks Robinson, eg
35 Article of personal 7 Arabian seaport and 44 Arrested
property
adjoining gulf
48 A purgative
39 Scatter (old
8 Distance
49 Pay out money
shortened form)
9 Position oneself
51 Mexican slave
41 Hr. Greene
defensively
52 Country south of
42 "
your money,
10 Words to accompany
the Caspian
Invest 1t"
nelthers
55 Wartime Medical
45 Hindu spirit
11 Tennessee power
Officer (abbr,)
46 Turkish river
complex
57 Catch
Solution to Previous Puzzle
•KTTJ
a n d S a t . 7:00, 9:00
American
Fri.
Graffiti
a n d S a t . 7:15, 9:20
Fri.
Policeman
Ups
a n d S a t . 7:00, 9:00
Walking Tall
Fri.
and Sat.
The S a t u r d a y
following
the KPI o p e n w i l l be a n i m p o r t a n t d a t e . O n M a r c h IB
K e n n e t h Roguff, an international m a s t e r , will give a
l e c t u r e o n o n e of h i s r e c e n t
g a m e s , and will follow the
lecture with a s i m u l t a n e o u s
c x h i b i t i (MI a g a m s l
fib
p l a y e r s . T h i s w i l l be h e l d al
the C o l o n i c S h o p p i n g C e n t e r
M a l l T h e r e is n o c h a r g e l o r
s p e c t a t o r s , b u t a S^ c h a r g e
l o r p e o p l e w i s h i n g to p l a y in
t lie s i m u l t a n e o u s e x h i b i t i o n
All e n t r i e s m u s t h e in a d
vance. Contact the SUNN A
C h e s s C l u b tor m o r e i n l o i
illation.
7 : 1 0 , 9:30
FRIDAY, IANUAKY 19, l'J/4
AI.BA.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
(ill
61
B2
6,'S
B4.
lib
(Hi
67.
UH.
(ill
70
•:•:•:•
Kor a n y of t h e s e e v e n t s ,
a n d lor e v e n t s o u t s i d e t h i s
area, contact the S U N Y A
C h e s s C l u b ( m e e t i n g s Wed.
7:30 p m a n d S a t . 1:00 p m in
C C IJ73).
T h i s w e e k w e l o o k at a n i n teresting endgame
which
was played at the C h e s s C o v e
O p e n t o u r n a m e n t D e e . 1973
between Lee B a t t e s and S a m e
Greenlaw.
The p o s i t i o n a l t e r b l a c k s
33rd m o v e w a s a s follows
W h i t e h a s K - K N 1 . H-Q2. I'-
uit;>. UH3. una. KN2. KIU.
Uli. B l a c k h a s K K 3 . H - Q 2 , I'QIC). UN,-.. K l ) 3 K N 3 . K I M .
1 hi' g a m e c o n t i n u e d :
1
Italics
HIM
K l«
K K3
H N3
Ii K l c
Ii \ : i
I'xl'
K U'l
li K l
r ii-i
li \ : 1
I' lib
II 1(3
Sain
(Irecnlaw
K-Ul
K-lib
Kxl'
K-Nb la)
K 111
I' V i
Kxl'
li K3
I' HI
l'-ltfi
K-B3
B-K2
P ,V1
P - N 3 ! (b)
PxP
B-N4
B-R3
K-B3
K-Q3
K-Q4
K-K3
K-Q4
B-Bl
K-B4
B-K3
B-Bl
K-Q4
B-113
K-U5
K - Q 4 (c)
K-K4
Kxl'
B-Bl
HK3
K - IM5
Ii HI
H-N2
Albany
vs
K-B3
P-B4
JKNT PHI'S:i
handled this ellecl brilliantly,
not
only
switching
s p e a k e r s in m i d - s o n g lot t h e
well k n o w s t e r e o " e f f e c t , but
h a v i n g s u s t a i n e d n o t e s fly
f r o m o n e s p e a k e r to a n o t h e r
a r o u n d t h e r o o m tu a dizzying rush
To w e n n g
b e h i ml
linearly a r r a n g e d trio
two
huge
c e i l i n g to
c U r la l us
Ihat
s i in U
t e in p 1 e -1 i k e
c o I u
I tot w e e n t h e
t o p s ol
columns
disc, used
the show
numerous
Medieval,
p roj cried
a c r o s s the
the
were
stage
lated
in n s .
these
w as a circular
in t h e e a r l y p a r t oj
a s a s c r e e n tor
s l i d e s ( m o s t l y o|
i el i g n n i s m o t i f s )
11 m n
h a 11 w a y
C iardcii
T h i s a c c o i n j j a n led s i n i n i g
a m i p r e c i s i * i u n t h r o u g h s ol
Jerusalem.
'lien m e
the
l i o u m e r and "Toccata
(all
o i l ol
Ui u in S a l a d
Sue
go i y
),
I I o I'd o w n
"I'arkus
a n d T a k e a Pebble
wh n i l
contained
an
e f f e c t I vu
co n tr a s t i n g
interlude o| Lucky Man ' d o n e
I
#
B-Q2
B-K3ch
H-Bl
K-N4
H-Q2
P-B5
K-B5
K-Nfi
K-N5
P-H6
K-B5
P-R7
i
Stonybrook
#
#
*
*
#
*
*
ibroadcast
live,
*
drawn
N o t e s - (by l.ee B a t t e s ) ( a )
37. ... K x l " . ' 3 8 . K - Q 4 a l l o w s
t i n ' K i n g to g e t t o U H 7 v i a
U N i i . lb) 17. P x P ? w i l l l o s e
because black will gel2 passe d p a w n s o n o p p o s i t e s i d e s of
the board and
the
while
mi m a r c h w i l l b e u n a b l e to
prevent black's king
from
penetrating,
(c) 6 3 . B - B l
w i n s a p a w n b e c a u s e of 6 3
li K l 01 K-KB K - H 3 6 5 , K x l '
Ijul t h e g a m e w i l l be d r a w n .
I h e c l l e e t i v e n e s s ol b l a c k s
B i s h o p in b l o c k a d i n g w h i t e s
eoiinnceted
passed
pawns
s h o u l d be n o t e d ,
Kndings
with
b i s h o p s ol
opposite
color are generally drawn,
a n d III o r d e r t o a c h i e v e t h e
draw a blockade such as this
m u s i lie s e t u p to r e a c h a
p o s . l MI w h e r e t h e o t h e r s i d e
«
*
*
*
*
*
#
*
*
*
*
*
*
#
*
*
*
*
*
beginning at 8:30 pm*
Terry Harpes
spins the best
Goldie Oldies
prom 2:00 - 5:00 every Saturday^
tlllul a d v a n c e .
by Mitchel Zolur
O n D e c e m b e r 17 a n d IK.
h ' / n e r . y o / i Lnkv
and /'aimer
served Madison Square (iar
den a neat, well p a c k a g e d two
hour s h o w h i g h l i g h t e d with
excerpts
from
their
new
release. "Brain Salad Surg e r y , " p r e s e n t i n g it v i r t u a l l y
upon
a sterling
sil ver
p l a t t e r . T o t a l l y in c o m m a n d
of t h e i r e n v i r o n m e n t , a n d
t a k i n g e v e r y a d v a n t a g e of
t h e s p a c i o u s n e s s a f f o r d e d by
a 20,000 p e r s o n
capacity
arena, Keith E m e r s o n
has
s e e m i n g l y turned his atten
tion a w a y from c r u d e r s h o w
m a n s hip with the k e y b o a r d s .
a nil
has
p laced
a
new
e m p h a s i s o n a l l Lhe g i n i i e k r y
modern
technology
can
provide.
WSUA 6 4 0 1
f Saturday
PxP
B-B4
K-N4
B-K3
B-Q2
B-B3
K-R3
K-N4
B-Kl
A Concert and an Album
T li e
a u d i en c o
was
p rose n ted
with
a
q u a d r o p h o n u:
speaker
s y s toin ,
a
m a jo r
b r e a k t h r o u g h u i t h e h e l d o!
p e r f o r m e d m u s i c t h a t is o n l y
b e g i n n i n g t o he u t i l i z e d b y a
select number
of q u a l i t y
groups, Kmerson and crow
a n d S a t . 7 : 1 5 . 9:30
The Seven
On M a r c h 9 1 0 , t h e a n n u a l
HPI O p e n t o u r n a m e n t w i l l be
h e l d a t R P I . T h i s i s a l s o t o be
a USCF t o u r n a m e n t , and the
s a m e r u l e s will a p p l y .
F u r t h e r m o r e t h e r e m a y be
a t o u r n a m e n t o n A p r i l B-7
The s i t e l o r t h i s t o u r n a m e n t
h a s not y e t been d e t e r m i n e d
a n d m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n will
a p p e a r in I n l i n e c o l u m n s
mm;
Kong
and Sat.
Fri.
Sun.
Land
a n d S a t . 8:15
Cowboy
and Sat.
3!
58
Papillion
Fri.
•1 •
_
ii
10
21
60
Off Campus
8
20
<b Edwi ird
On Campus
7
39
54
Movie Timetable
6
33
50
Young and
24
30
Coffeehouse: the legendary
5
17
in
by
t h e C l a s s of 7 6 .
FG
4
accepted.
15
19
Rafters: Nashville's Tom Winslow sings
country-western, blues and gospel music
at H pin. free.
by J a c k U p p a l
C h e s s i s a l i v e a n d w e l l in
Albany. H e r e i s a s h o r t l i s t o f
upcoming
events
this
s e m e s t e r in t h e A l b a n y a r e a :
J E a c h of t h e t h r e e w i n n e r s w i l l b e e n t i t l e d t o a $10 gift cert i f i c a t e t o t h e c a m p u s b o o k s t o r e . C e r t i f i c a t e s m u s t be c l a i m e d
w i t h i n t w o w e e k s of n o t i f i c a t i o n .
*
#
f*
Local Events
number
Name, address, phone number and social security
must appear on your solution.
1
S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g a g a i n : The Special
E v e n t s Board is s h o w i n g y o u r favorite
cartoons tonight free....from 8:30 to 11:30 in
the CC Cafeteria.
Saturday, Jan. 19
Chess
Contest Rules
by h a k e s o l e l y on an a c o u s t i c
gin tar. T h r o u g h o u t
this
si i e t c h , K m e r s o n let g o w i t h
only one. relatively subdued
and short outburst with one
of h i s u i i n i n i o o g s
T h i s t u r n e d o u t to be s i m p ly ,i p r e l u d e t o t w o i n t r i c a t e
ly s t a g e d a n d w e l l p l a n n e d
I in.! Ics T h e f l i s t i n v o l v e d
the p r e s e n t a t i o n ol K a r n K v i l
!). a p i e c e t h a t t a k e s u p t h e
b u l k ol l i r a i n S a l a d S u r g e r y .
a n d i n u s l be c o n s i d e r e d
the
group s u i o s t a m b l t i o u s comp o s i t i o i i lo d a l e , in l e n g t h ,
s t a t e m e n t a n d c o m p l e x i t y . It
is in t h r e e p a r t s a n d in
yolved, as Kmerson describe d it a q u e s t i o n , a s t a t e m e n t
on
the question
and
an
a n s w e r to t h a i q u e s t i o n . T i l e
c o n t e n t c o n c e r n s itself with
m a II •> r e l a t i o n to t h e c o m
p u t e i ' d o m i n a t e d s o c i e t y he is
b u i l d i n g lor himself
The
(i r e g
Lake-Peter
Sintield
lyrics predict thai this situat i o n w i l l e v e n t u a l l y r e s u l t in
a confrontation
between
tininan and m a c h i n e , with
FK1UAY, IANUAHY LB. I')'/-
o u r s e l v e s a s the v i c t o r s .
When performed, the piece
includes
a
lengthy
Carl
P a l m e r d r u m s o l o in w h i c h
he
utilizes
a
Carrilon,
C h u r c h Hell . a M o o g D r u m
and
two
Chinese
Gongs
w h i c h a t o n e p o i n t b e c o m e ill u m i n a t e d w i t h a s e r i e s of
strobes. A powerful
light
went
o n
b e h i n d the
aforementioned slide screen,
which now showed Kmerson
Lake and P a l m e r ' s new pel
drawing, a skull surround i n g a w o m a n ' s luce (also
f o u n d o n t h e c o v e r of " H r a i n
Salad Surgery").
At the c l i m a x
Kmerson
rolled
o ul
a
p se udo
com pule r . c o m p l e t e with
Hashing
lights
and
osc 111 a l l n g
m e t e r s . T h is
t licki'ied
with
increased
s p e e d in a s e a of d r y ice
s m o k e w h e n , al the c r e s c e n do, it e x p l o d e d ( a s I m e n t i o n e d , tile c o m p u t e r l o s e s
the conlroiitalion)
Not content, the
group
c a m e b a c k to o i l e r a s e c o n d
f i n a l e . T h i s c o n s i s t e d of a n
a b r o v i a t e d v e r s i o n ol
Pic
l u r e s at an Kxhibitiou." Duri n g the final p i c t u r e , "
The
C l a t e s of K i e v . " L a k e b r o k e
into
Silent Night" accomp a n i e d b y a 40 p e r s o n c h o r u s
Irom
New
Vorks
High
S c h o o l ol M u s i c a n d A r t a n d
arlilicial s n o w falling upon
the s l a g e .
T h r o w n in a s a b i t o l a n
afterthought was a second
r o u n d ol K m e r s o n a s s a u l t i n g
his e q u i p m e n t (again, quite
s u b d u e d ) a n d h i s u s e of a
revolving
piano-chair
app a r a t u s t h a t a l l o w e d h i m to
p l a y w h i l e s t a n d i n g on h i s
h e a d . The c o n c l u s i o n of " P i c tures
b r o u g h t t h e s h o w to
its end.
All
ol
this
gimmickry
c a m e a s a b i t of a s u r p r i s e .
True. K m e r s o n h a s a l w a y s
b e e n a s h o w m a n , b u t h e is
s u p p o s e d to u s e d a g g e r s o r
his s p e a k e r s and play the
o r g a n w i t h h i s loot, n o t u s e
d r y ice a n d e x p l o d i n g c o m p u t e r s H o w e v e r , it is a l l to
the g r o u p ' s c r e d i t that they
d i d a l l of t h i s , a n d n e v e r t o
t h e e x t e n t of o b s c u r i n g t h e
m u s i c All t h e a u g m e n t a t i o n
w o u l d be w o r t h l e s s w i t h o u t a
q u a l i t y b a s e tu j u s t i f y it, b u t
fortunately
Kmerson
Lake
a n d P a l m e r m o r e t h a n adequately provide such a base.
lJAGLi 3A
i
I
From the Folks Who
Brought You Hot Tuna
by Bob Ritdinger
When
Booking
o n the concert
will appear with w h o m . Often a n
a g e n c y sells p a c k a g e d e a l s in w h i c h
Albany's
usually
with
student
body,
a barrage
i t is
of com-
plaints a n d questions.
with
the t o p name
" W h y d o n ' t we have the R o l l i n g
can't y o u g e l Elton John'.'" " W h y
d o n ' t we get some g o o d g r o u p s ? "
" T h o s e concerts in the g y m s t i n k . "
" W h y ' d y o u have t o have t h e c o n cert at t h e P a l a c e T h e a t e r ? T h a t ' s a
part
of a
featured
package
deal
P u r p l e Sage.
were
of the
II h a s been
I here a r e i n s t a n c e s ,
when a g r o u p
hy
a g e n c y is t e a m e d i n t h e same s h o w
I he 1'iuil H u t t e i i i e l d - D a v e
m i x i n g requires
Over
Mason
mm*i - m evrrMA/nMAtim
a lot of juggling
l o r t h e use o l t h e g y m t h a t is. t h e
returns
silv
double-barreled
dent
janitors are paid
c o n c e r t s , is in p u b l i c r e s p o n s e I r o m
success.
II
not.
vole.
Without
the extra
g r e a t e x p e c t a t i o n s m a y g i u - way i n
that
great d i s a p p o i n t m e n t , l o r b o t h the
have a p p e a l e d Willi D a v e M a s o n .
O n the oilier
a u d i e n c e a n d I C'li.
.mil
l a i Mahal
Ihealei
been
o n t h e same
UC'B has brought
Traffic.
Derek a n d the D o m i n o e s . . I d l e r son
Airplane.
Bench
Shit
Na N a .
the
Mahavishnu
Boys,
the
O r c h e s t r a , a n d M m l i m a , as w e l l
Hie
timeliest
however,
as a n u m b e r o l o t h e r l o p q u a l i t y
money.
performers. M i k e I'iruiiian. chair-
l i u
'
IIK
limitation.
is o b v i o u s l y
that
ol
student
Dtltl b i i d g t e t . the d o l l a r a p p e t i t e o l
understood
o f concert
the
b o a r d , there
rock
ni
gimips
is e v e n
pressive. ( ) i oppressive.
Who.
y o u r "superstar" rock groups won't
there
aret w o
limitations, booking and linaneial.
which
will
ultimately
determine w h o
Most ol
he p l a y i n g w h e n a n d w h e r e ,
a n d w i t h w h o m they w i l l be p l a y -
arenas a n i l
stadiums,
the
c a p a c i t i e s o l w h i e f t d w a r l the g y m nasium
a n d t h e Palace
loin
touch
with
t h e agency
that
handles the g r o u p UC'B wants, find i n g o u t o n w h a t d a l e s the g r o u p is
a v a i l a b l e t o r w h e n a g r o u p w i l l be
t o u r i n g t h e a r e a , i l 11 is t i n n i n g at
all),
and determining
bow much
m o t l e y t h e g r o u p w a n t s . I I these are
within
the g r o u p .
Placing
a bid
h o w e v e r , is n o guarantee (hat U C ' B
w i l l gel t h a t g r o u p . A t the e n d o l
last
semester.
Stevie
UC'B h a d bids l o l
Wonder
and lor
Merle
Saunders w i t h Jerry ( i a r e i a . Stevie
Wonder
cancelled
bis tour
plans
w h i l e the agency I l i a : h a n d l e d .lei ry
daieia and Meile Saundeis broke
up.
Iea\ i n g d i e p e i l u i i n e i s w i t h n o
iweam/cd
loin
I., ilie
Palace
I healer.
inck
musk
bviMlicss t h a n
mhci
held
in ihe I niled
i h e space n l l i n e
when
plcviiuisli
the lael
lecetved a v c t b u l
• s l s t l vvhen n p r o m i s e d i h e I h e a t c r
i\e-i-.ux
cuiiiiuiinily
m a n a g e i i i e i i l six c o n c e r t s . I n a d d i-
I n u n d ihe p u b l i c media veiv
i i i i n . S4IIII is necessary
iu|. ,
in unlet I n
pay t h e p o l i c e m e n r e q u i r e d by the
m i
| |, L p i a i s c d
linic.\-l
$2(10
kilt'
I
millets
in any
n i i v cents p e l m u n d l r i p t i c k e t . Ihe
creasing
Males
I ( I I a l w a y s loses m o n e y
coverage.
reeoid.
naiispoilalion
service.
n n this
B u t Pira-
I ickcis
Ihe . i n p o i l a n c e o l
I'iianian
enthusiastic
over
media.
H e lecls
l niiccrl
dncsn'l
have
\ u d there
nisi
bieaking
i n gain
i.inidly
aie the
liusiheginusing
pop-
a n d popular
ginups
as a
agent
the UC'B
have il there.
paitnllhc
d i d Ihe b l i n k i n g .
leceived
ten p e r c e n t
into
going
you
I n Ihe c o n c e r t s
the music
I hey
miles out
only
l i p ' s p r i c e . S n i l P o c o g u t $111.-
department.
monetary
is n o t
loss that
n n e n l IheX P . M W e d n e s d a y
ihe
gl m i p s , i l w a s a l Ihe e s -
agent
peuse n l s e v e i a l n l h e i c o n c e r t s . A t
nllei
t h i s p n i n l . new e n n i p l a u i l s were m -
M\L[
irodliced "Only
lecls
vveiil
lwneonceils!"and
B n , u d spent a i i d i e u l n u s
money I "
kick
m ilie
handling
meetings,
U C ' B is
t o lose
.
I iiiiuge
Ul-
Vnd I C B
high pit.
llllll
linn
a lew s c h o o l s c a n
UCB's
doing
lormci
I'n.nn.111
has e s i a h l i s h e d
Willi
Ins o w n
a l l Ihe agencies,
,1 d u e e l line b e t w e e n the
and I l I I . while
held
in t h e
W nil ilnnlilsid,
irHI
j Telethon Auditions [
.v
lli.il
\ , s m lalion's
Applications with dates and times are <
>
when
Ilie
Ms i i i u c h c i
Itbe
$5,
sis
thousand
dollars
lm
,1 p u b l i c
piolllulcl's
In
Vol nekels
lap u p llliisc
enllceil
llnee
l m I h e same
help
\
\ssm i.iluiii
111.II
is
dial
aiiv
u p I , , ., I n l . i l n l S J I llllll.
Ihe II
il
eels
back
111 I I I ,
1
pill
Il .
deal
I n have
II,,.11,1 ,.1111 d e p e n d
1 , , , , ! I,,1 Ihe
makes
wilh
p i n g i a i n s , , l he. picdcccssor.
It w a s ihe pcrlccl
l i a v i 11 -, u s e s
h i l l u a c e o i u p Is d i e s l i t t l e i l a n y t h i n g , a n d is
en.il
lllcsc
gnvei nuieiil
vvmk
u p , , a i e al n i n e eseelleiu
sonalities,
sn i l i a !
ihiisc
\ p n w e l l ill pelsuitably
pist as m u c h
as il c a l l
c a n eel i n the
insure
pciMiiialililcs
w i l l play
a inuim
role in then
public
public
per-
execution nl
scheduled
B u t l e t t h i s i m l , . i l l l m i l u e n d i n il n u n a l i o n , h o l d s l u d c n l s t e p s a n d i i i i . i g i n . i l i v c
Imp,
Iiinl. m i l .
1111,1, .is
bo.lv
h
den
III.in
ihe p i o h l c m s o l o u i socieiy
w h e n w e a i e c s p e i lallv
s p i c s s c d Ihe
H i . n 11 w o u l d
11111sie.1l
Us
i h ,s i l l . k m
I'n.
innocuous
m.
in need n l leaileis w h o w ill act l m l h rightly a n d l o l eclu Ily. n o l
h.ii ks i l e t e i i n i n c d
i n puisne
g u i d e u s | I n i n i g h I I he I ue I s h u l l a g e
weak
anil
Ihe i n i i l i l l c n l lire m a d . W e n e e d l e n d c t s I n
t h e decay m g i d i e s , a n d t h e c l i m b i n g l a v e s , m i l
politicians
h i , ibis
• ' ! h u e ' s ., I n n l
i l l l l s i , ,U , | | , , | | l p n . , ,
Hut ilthe
gnvei nineiil
w i l l h e t a k i n g i n I l i e I u n i t e , it is s i n g u l a i Iv m i l a v e i v a u s p i c i o u s b e g i n n i n g , a n d w a i n s
nl i h l l i e i i l l d a y s
IMIIII
m e s s a g e is a n y i i i t l t i a l n u i n l t h e d n e e i i n i i i h e A l b a n y
ahead
I ,,n
I I
\ i u l 1I1.1I s i i n l n p
long
Hi
I'l
a, 1
s, s ,11
CINEMA OF
ALFRED
HITCHCOCK
lIlO
JMti-nHlllOIHll
ii
l i -11 o J a - A _ l f u^ti o - i ; a 4 j - r l - r / f i j n d . d by slodinil nsvocicilion.ibn iiilici f i l m
"Young and Innocent"
SHADOW OF A DOUBT
D A V U I I.I HNIK
ASSIKIAII NlWS I'jtllOHS
ijioup
Fri.# Jan. 18
$.50 with tax
LCI
7:15 & 9:
I
C u v Ianion
NAMI
1 IK-it- is a iiK-ai d e a l n l e \ t J c U t ' c s l m u i n i ;
[uihtips
IUiit\ci
M.ilc
(il INN VON NllS! I l l
. .
NANl V M i l l.|lH
l.rsi II, DAVIS
AMIS klillim
ICtviN UANO.I.S
ASSIKIAII AITS K u t r o i
. Hiti, r MAOOIN
•S"'",k
K
""""
,.Kl»Ali
ASSOUA11SF....SK..M..K
$1.00 without
IINIIADHSMOND
S T O , I ( J R
lUASSH.iU ADVLTISINU M A N A I . I I
C | I M I
I I C H N I I AI K I I I I O H
. ,
„
„ . , , .
M A I I MrYliK MlCllABL ROSBNTHAUB
M A N MCYim, m u t i A i n . i
. . . JBRIIV Al-BRbt IIT
* ,
C.Ai„r,l4,„„.
(M 6«gtM in 1937
il
UNI.AM.ltI
AUVUTIUNO MANAUI.
A S S C A U AUV,«,.S,M., M.N...U
WBSI.VASI.BR
A D V l . T I M N U P.ODUITI..N
N
'' '»^
toNNm
'
S ,
« '
U
Ilu
"hlllc
( <ininiissuins" ai niii
nvsn
t citaiiiU.
ItHcilsctl
a
icpiHl
Alhain
l.ist
In SI \ > \ \ Olhcc n l Insiiiiainiial
lhal
i.iu'inl
In
Ihe
Scuaic
|»i n k - s s i u n a l
\ s s m l a l m u ' s . i i n l i . n I Mil h u l c s ,. h M i n ^ n l
f U ' H sinjilc s . i l a u a l l l i i s I I U \ C I M I \
*">
*»»M*0NI1!N'
u
v
R0'™"""
0
O . m o i n . l i S AHBLOCATBD IN CAMl'US CllNMIH .126 AN1. .1.14 ANI1 OUR PHONES ARB457-2 m AN..457.
ilOAY, JANUAHY 18, 1974
2 I'M.
W l i AHIi HARIIAI.LV r.lN.m.1 BY TUB SIIII.I.Nr A-SSOflAIION
h\ n i i i u i j i
hshiiu
is d i \ u l v i l
sniiiicl"
i d |ML1 l . i i i u
iiisliiiclui
IHIUCCII
" . u a d c i u u pel
.Hid " n u n l e a c h i n g
Ne.idcniu
pciMinncI
I he
pi u l c s s a u i a K "
c . i n he
iniijjhK
uiusi
Si
,i
-kill
upMiai
„MK.
tlnul
jji.ide
I d t s c n u - i c i l l h . i l Ihe I n i \ c i s i l \
• p . m i s .i i m a l n l SI * *J n11II>>>n p a \ i i i y H- -^
.ult l l l l t
s i . i l l . c n i l l p a u i l W i l l i a limine n l
i I U U S h.ive c h a i n e d i h a l i l u
I IHUMMH'S
h m c i i u l.k \ is i n n u i n d i e i s m i M
*a
mdhnii
a n d lllese
dnn'l n i n \ c ihcin w u m y
is cpule
a ; J \ Mini, ami lhal
massive
hiulgel
lliis
V n k
stall at
I m \ e i s i n needs is
cut
dmuih
( IC.IIIA, a n \ luiihei
alieadA
edue.iliunal
lias
hceu
cjii.ihn.
Hu
in
dilemma
is
haim
umikj
most
the e d i R . i t . n l i . i l
and nui .ulnimisli.ilni'
>li,ili\i
luuk
unuld
i h e cuts
Utile,tiki,it K s peipi luale
ii
c u t s nn l u p u l
sulleieil
he m a d e
stall
llieinseUes
ihis
I \ees.si\e a d -
s l a l l s u u h a l m n l \\>M\ W u n d "
h .ul d u u n a l the I c p s l a l u t c . i n d 1 lie
u k desks
Hill
ilu liikcisik
vMtuKI w i s m u c h h k e l u have a n m i p i u s e i l
h u i l gel.
Willi a lint a I mils dial u . u i k l pill i n a
i i i i . i l e:.d ihe a u s i e n k
and i h e i e l n
Sn whal
i m p o s e d hack m [WM
.dluu g i m u h
in c j u a l t l \
is l u he d u n e '
Il u n u l d
seem
l u g u a l i n c i i l u u c H I i h a c k s m t h e st/e n l t h e
adiiun:stiati\c
stall
\
"lillle
Komci
i u i i t u i i s s i u n " c u i i l d i c p n i l i n the I n i \ e t s i i \
nu
nisi
h u u m u c h e u l t i n g hack
A d d tln'm
eliminated
and
nl
spent »i-U-
S u t m i K is
hut \ c u
111 use
n l h e i s i i p p m i stall
miHK'j
piuhlem,
,idiniuistiaii\e
game
k.isihie
ihe auiminl
uiih
s h i p p e d , " c u n s u l i i l a l i n n " is i h e name u l i h e
( l i u ' s n ' l e \ e n u i c h i d e . i l l i h e s e c i e l a i ics a l i d
l o ihe k i l . i l ,
thai
is the u n e a tea w h i c h lias s i i l -
I he laM t i l i n g
i h u l l ! V*i n n l h n n I n p.n die ail u i i i i i s l i a i m s
siahsiks (CiiainK
alllicied
luusp.ipu
S
luiweu'i.
l.ugc h i u e a u c i a e i e s . a n d i l
N ,- ( e l U l . i l l l e a d c p i a i l e i s i n d n \ \ r l t o t t Ii
anulhei
u u l i u l e d a l l nl Ihe
.in ludinjJ I l u d e , i i i s . a s s i s i a n l
in
u is i t i t h e
\ll.aii\
piugiani
inni
I'eiha|is
e.uh S I \ s , tainpus.
huasu
p e n pit
I tuli i
hack
imiahk
leieU i l u lea si l i m n i h e t i n h a c k s
piuhahK
adiiiimsHaliw
must
I h e k a n e \ lei i s i \ c a d m i u i s l i .it l\ c i i U k h m e i v
11 a i . \ la led as ' p i n l e s s n i s " . .1 I n n i ; \Ml h a l e u
n n IL-.U hint.' hues whnse d n l i e s a i e
a teas,
piu^i.iuis.
HiiieaueiaiA
cu\cicU
h\ i l u S i ' N. 1 l o i n llic l u p d c a i i s i l . n M i i . u h c
i n ma n \
I l seems u u r
seems l u he \ e u \ m k S i . i i e I n k e i M l i e s t h i l l
aie
mi
i c p n i l . d c l n c i o i t i n l u l l n i n e pcismiM
a n d uh.it
positions,
u n u l d he
could
be
I h e m o n e \ saved c o u l d he l i a n s l e u e d t o
i n i i i i s U ' i I I I K t h i s l ' i u \ c i s i i \ u e a i l \ e q u a l s 1 he
academic programs.
a m o u n t u l imnie> spent . u i u a l K l e a c h i n g I h e
ask l m n e u l e a c h i n g lines u i t h o u l a s k i n g l m
stiulents
a n i n c i e a s e i n the t o t a l b u d g e t
I ndei ihe heading "academic a l t a i i s . " the
Inslituimnal
-.nine
loK
K e s e a i c h O i l ice's r e p u i i
lull
tunc
nun-
lists
aching
could
Adnuliedly.
a p a n o l itselt is m u c h l i k e a s k i n g K i e h a i d
N u o u l o g i v e u p the W ' a l e i g a i e tapes. H u t i f
there
S I i..VW
educational
W h a t Ui) a l l u l these people d o ? U
I h e Univcisit)
l o ask ( l i e h u i e a u e i a e \ t o \ o l u n l a n I \ d e s t r o y
piolessionals. w l i u earn a mean iiicnmc u l
! N , ( H I N
O A B V MISSMAN
IMiorouRA,,.* EBITO..
PAQE 4A
u c need » n c n l Ihcsc
Kcseauh uuilkl uulualc
A l l i A l i i l l . DAVk llAHHIlNta.H
|-.lllll)KIAl I'AI.I. KllllOK
,".,.
^
..
ASSOIIA I t I I I IINI1AI K i l l Hilts
- i"L.«.
•lIMNIts MANAUH
fcifw mk
ilAHKV UfNNI II
NlWS 1.1)1 1UH
yolk al iilbuny
part I
— Week 1 —
Next Week:
E D I I O K IN CHIEF
Assist ASH t o n i l KIIIIUK
i n the c n i i e i s i i i
lives . H c i i m u l a i c
lli.il
and
a u u eund |uh
u.iiuie u l Slate I m\cisities.
\ | | i i |K'i I m n i i i i i j
E. B t i N K i i i
lepnndine
lias J u n e
iKci'ssai \ chains n n l ; i \ tlnlliii s
hnse sle.,1
A N N
uastuij: uuiue\
aculcniu
,11 hi
association
Ini alle,ucdl\
aduunisi itiiioii
IH'IIIJJ i n n . t i m i i n i i \ t u p u l a n i i<J u i i i n -
h i l l i i d l set l e l a n e s
licit*- u n i v e t v i l y o f
\
his
k fJislaturs
hudgvls
aiilliuulu.
funded In sludcnl
u " r r - y - O T r - i r i r i T j r j r j - 1 1 u 1.1
IN
si a i e
new spa pel m e n h a \ c c i i l i c i / e d t h e I u n c i si IV
tii.it he is i / n / a l i i i ^ such .i l o n i i n i s M n i i h i c \ -
I., d i | ' . i i I n u nl v Ivan m e n a n d Ilie
langi
;• I , 1.1.. 11,• , - I I , 111. 1. i l i l h i i i l l
Wllsui!
lists a n n t h c i 41 u l t l i e n i !
( e i t .1 i I I
. n i i i i u l u ' u L I I K I L - I U K l h c s i a k ' p u M . ' i n n u ' i i i is
Mipp.ul
m i 11. w i n , h
espeilsi
(io\cin*ii
KachiiiL' p m l e s s i . i n a l s a k
11 III,1 s
LH)\L'iniiK-Ml
Sl.lU'dl Ihe Si,Uc llK'ss.i^c.llhci lIllMlliitltll
pi iliiai i l \
bill l h ,
in
M R ' niusl U'L'L'lil VMIS Ilk' .111-
h\
I,-, A , si c c h c l n n
11 v v i u i I d b e 11 n I a I I i n |i n i c e M i W i l s o n ' s a i l u n i u s i i a l i n n a 11 I l l s e a r l y d a t e
Stale o l the Slate
d up l h . I l . i . i i d ' s e n u u 11.1.
i n he l i i s h u m i i b k -
I lick's | , l k - l \
O n t h e e n n u a r y . t h i s is i h e t u n c
linn
1,1 l u g n a m e
•cc'iiis
immih
gnvei m u c i n
1,,1
mug"
gnvei iiiuenlal
a i l i i i u n s i i a i m s a n d sedate i n t h e n
h\ ( . k m i win Nusiii/ ::::::::-:::::::x::;-:.;.x.:.:.:.:.:.;.x:.
( i v . i i i u i i i l l "Inilt.' l l u t r t e - i t n n v m i s s i i t t i s "
MOIIIKi.'llK'lll
a m i nu one
1.1I S M . l l t l t l
.ill,al,.I In Mud,111 \ssni i.iluiii
,>l I I I , Palais
,,,,11 , . i m p a l e d
I! Ihe lln.llil
m i Inp nl l h ,
m i l Willi
nl inipuUaiii
nllicials
I111111
, , i l then 11 has d i a l m o n e y l i i
stagehands
,1 1 l m 1, n l
new u n i l c r l a k i n g s t o d i s c l o s e ,
I i l l a ( ' u n c i n o t n l N e w \ m l 11 is 11 l i e l l i . l t t h e l l u m b n v a n e e n l t h e
programs i ncon Iinni
•„l|s Ss llllll „ , i , | h , , | l a U ' l s 1,11 .1
lh,
\11111e11 n n M a y
cillclluin-
bieak given I n I ( II I n S l u
<kiil
:i,,n. .
,is
has n n m a p o
w a s i l i e c n i i l I n 1 b e t w e e n I b e i v v n hy i n g e g o s .
cxlla
l m p u b h c l l v . I l , kel p
nsheis
aiiv
:::::
m i d d l e o l I he m a d m a k i n g s i n e I n
H i s m e s s a g e d i d III l i e l o a m use e x c i t e -
K n c k c l e l l e i a m i 1 i m l sav v e a l s c a u s e d i n a i i y I n t e l u a I [ n o b l e i n s , n o t t h e l e a s t o l w h i c h
eiineei is
m m
l m Ihe p i i l l
I n s i Planet
the p l a n n i n g slagc n l v m i may w a u l
II,,.11,1 l,H i c s p c l l d l l l g
1. I n s l l i n c i l l -
lie eliminate
111.11 s n i i u l m e s s a g e u i . i v
illlsalislaeliiiv
mi Match
Ihe B o a l d s l l l l l n s l b c l w e c n l i v e a n d
l u e ; , , s i , n s l n i v n l v e i l l . p l u s innliev
• v s i , i n 1,in.,I
will
speech I n please c v c i v n i l c
Jnnnlhan
I I t h B u i n l h e i e n r i c c i l s a i c s t i l l 111
\s
Ig.snllllll
anil neiihei
A Capital Idea
it d i d i n it sav a n d
s u c c e s s . I l i n , i v a l s o be I i uc t h a i w h a t w e n e e d a i e s o n i c h o n e s t , h a u l w o r k i n g
ehaigc
and O i p h a n
l e a n i n g s I no n e side n l t h e n t h c i
m e n t , n l e v e n e m i n s i i v . lie a p p a r e n t l y
C'eniei.
niunhkiorvvhal
H i s s i m p l e m e s s a g e is d e s i g n e d I n a t t r a c t I h e v o l e s n l t h e
His
might
,
.IIHI
available at the CC Information Desk
umW-l
pieseuls
( m u d ( m i l . 2)
genual
Sludcnl
hope spi nigs elei n a l . p n w c i rules Ihe w i n I d .
p l u i a lily . " l i e is p i n s m u g t h e p i o v c i b l n l
• iv i m l a i i v
a l e s c h e d u l e d sn
M l In in-all Ihe c o n c e r t was s o l d o u t ,
inpav.llle
ilk
yet while
will
nl power, aI whatever
way
l i e k e l sales, i s u i a d e a v . i i l a b l e l i . l h i
einup
Start Monday, January 21
leaves
m i l lives
a n i l ly l a n n y
I si. a n d t i I i i i n n i a n d e i ( udy a n d
,I,ill.lis
esdiiwii inilie
W a t c r g a l c . n l Asia \ l i n o i a n d o l Schenectady
i n challenge ihe supremacy
I dwaiils
I 1 II i i i i i i e n i n n e v i n w i n k W i l l i i n -
i.isi i l l .1, 1 l i n e n
"silcnl
Patioon
nl the ( ainptis
eiineelts
with
e o u c e i l . while a n nutsidc
stead n l p a v m g 11 1,1.111111ldle111.nl
lelci
so. not sur-
Vlayall
would
giving
It's I T i g h t e n i n g , hut sadly
c h a r g e d S2 l o r a t i c k e i i o the J o h n
pniimiiei
agent
.1 s a l i s l a c l n i v | o b .
,mil.ul
• iceucies
ginups
. in Ilie
I n g e t J5.t)lll)
back. W i l h this in m i n d . I h e hoard
g e l a special l a t e . B u i P i r a n i a n
ue.iliiig
is a l l i n n a w ,
11 e x p e c t s
I luce
i h e p i i i i i i n i e i s e v e r a l shows
wasn't
nld drawing
Piranian. A n
it w i l l k e e p m i h a p p e n i n g
\ \ n i l l l i e . i p p i i i . i e l i n i e e k i l i i i i H l e . i l ly i h i i i i i i i , i l i n e I n s t l u i i i g h l s . d i i v c i i n n M n l e n n i
night
l a c I I ( luck C o i e a in a b a l l r o o m
than
that
Stating the Obvious
Anyone
l a / / c o n c e i t m i l a i l l i i u v .(1st. a l o n g
deal
company
povvei
t h e p e o p l e 11 d i d n o t n l l e n d
i n n a t c l v . i l is i h e s l u d c n l w h o
saves, II U C ' B s p e n d s $I0,WK> o n a
belter
h a d t u r n e d n i l their heat l o r
w i l l p i o v c useless. A l vvoise. the povvci
c a n a I way s use a h a n d , especially i n
group.
a
1 lie p o w e t c o m p a n y
W i l s o n h a s g n e n a S t a l e n l t h e Stale message m o s t
eases an agent w o u l d he a b l e t o g e l
W h i l e c i c i v n n c g o t I n heal o n e n l
about
thermostats
WSUA
s l . t l l l l l t o d i e agent. S o w insnnie
l m one olhe: cone.it
complaining
h a d their
t o t h i n k that this ki m i n i thing c a n . a n d docs, h a p p e n . It's I n g h I d l -
level i t I h r e a l c n s
w h n i s i n u 1 esied s h o u l d d r o p in o n
iransporialinn
programmed
pay a n a d d i t i o n a l
home
bill.
s l u d c n l i n l c i c s i i n live B o a r d . U C ' B
Ihe p u b l i c i t y
I bis
o l the
were
couple
I h e m a n a n d h i s w i l e , b o t h i n I h e i r sJO's. w e r e l o i m d d e a d o f
One c a n h o p c l h a t l h c l c s s i i i i s . i l
Pn.1111.in v v n u k l l i k e I n see m o r e
dnn'l
I n i h e Palace.
nl the w a y . "
Bus
in the A r a b o i l
1 he p e o p l e w h o a r e
into g m u g
icall,
when
d o n ' t m i n d t h a t it's l i v e
e l i , i n m a n ' s | n h . 1'iev lollsly . a n o u t side . i g e n l
doubles
when y o u have
o p e n m o re m o u t h s
listeners
while h c s a v s i l i c concert coverage
in i h e \ S P p t c v i c w s a n d r e v i e w s -
mind
o n t h e lask n l
thai
enough
have b e e n " d i s a p p o i n t i n g . "
lust
students
Schenectady
is s e e n
t a k e s its l o l l as w e l l .
less
"(pliably
and
money l m
a n d Ihe concert
c a n exercise
school's
g n c r by the b e t l e i a t m o s p h e r e a n d
a c o u s t i c s Ihe P a l a c e has i n o i l e r .
really
lias saved
Board
the
i c i n . l i n e d a l t e r the A l l n i a n
.ilium
Fo\rd
media
has b e e n
money
"( n u e e i l
Gerald
prising.
this
null. I C B h a d t n
"Mil"
President
n i l c a m p u s . III-
m a n uisiilics lite inconvenience I n
a night
SUNYA
elderly
i n v e s t i g a t i o n i d the tragedy
ing t o k n o w
help-
nam l m t h e i r c o v e r a g e o l
i h e UC'B concerts.
I n the s l u d c n l n l
while
an
nl a n overdue
It's f r i g h t e n i n g
a n d the
was o n l y $4K,t)ll(). e n o u g h
Bniiheis
action
I he c o m p a n y . m u r d e r e r t i n n i g h it m a y b e . w i l l g e l n i l b e c a u s e t h a t ' s t h e w a y I h u i g s
work
P i r a n i a n has
hudgcl
I ( II
c n u l i r n i a l i u n m i its b i d
p e o p l e n l h e i I h a n those o l t h e u n -
management. O n l o p ol that
Any
M m I u n a c o n c e r t w e r e b o u g h t by
a m o u n t U C ' B vvas able i n l o w e r by
g i o u p s can go l i o m SI.IHK1 I n S1U,-
bunking
0(111. w i i l i •.indent t i c k e t s g o i n g l o i
veal,
is justifiable
w i l l r e c e i v e a l i n a n e i a l s l a p o n t h e w l i s t . I h c t i s e n t o n i t s w a y s t o c o n t i n u e a s it l i k e s .
Silt) n l l l i c 2.MIII t i c k e t s s n l d I n l the
niiii
I ( I ) . by i n k i n g
Ilia
a night, an
non-payment
About
semestci have b e e n m a d e a v a i l a b l e
I'iianian
A l l i i i a n l l i i i t h e r s c o n c e i l cost S.lo.-
I asl
In
I h e Palace
S7.su
ol the university.
Ibl'lnugll
established
e v e n i h e u i h e i e vveie p r o b l e m s . I he
V4.
helps
group.
and I ( I t with a
i i - :lcss b n l . despite
bail
ibeni
appiupiiatlull
ad-
hand.
cosis
outside
I n UCTt's
n i u s l he a l l o t t e d l m busses i n i h e
the l l o p e s a i u l expectations
o l t h e b o a r d , then i l w i l l p l a c e a h i d
lor
last s p i m g . w h e n u b r o u g h t
Ihe
lor cleaning u p
f h e b a l l r o o m is free.
il comes
llleatci. \ l a e n
year a n d was very
lucky
h a v e been a
nllertng.
t i l a r i i y I . " S.lh.UOO is n o t s u r p r i s i n g
h a v e been a b l e I n g e l the A l l m a n
tins
with Hot
even m o t e so. I [ h u l k , in the
iinig
w i t h t i c k e t s p r i c e d a l S7 i n m o l e .
Biotbers
bill
show,
when
P i i . i n i.in says, "has h i t e v e r y w h e r e .
C h a n c e s a i e that I ( I I w o u l d n ' t
B o o k i n g i n v o l v e s LJC'B's g e t t i n g
n o t have
alter
O n e area
and
eiiiups
I beater,
ing.
in
might
would
likelv
Within
t h e i r t o i i i - m i l w h e n they c a n sell
out
H u i t e r f i e Id w o u l d n ' t
meet t h e cost n l i n l l a l t i l l l . v v h i c l l .
e v e n c o n s i d e i college c o n c e i t s o n
Basically,
es c11
ditional
more i m -
w o u l d be a l o t less requests l o r the
Paul
Instead n l M \ c o n c e r t s , live
in,ne
' K » l t i i i g S t o n e s , because .
i n spue o l I C'U's i m p r e s s i v e So4.-
body
I una
I C'H w i l l n o t get a g r o u p
m a n o l U C ' B , believes that i l t h e
workings
money.
thermostats,
lowered... permanently.
S I M J t t O by a n o v e r w h e l m i n g s l u -
And
theintercession,
lowered
a lew n a t i o n s
e x p o s u r e o n l l i c i i liv i n g r o o m f l o o r .
w o r k m i l r i g h t , t h e c o n c e r t c a n be a
(UC'B).
solar
impeachment."
is a d a n g e r o u s t h i n g . C u t r e n t
ol corporate monopoly
growth and
brought In Ihc attention o f Univcr-
these w i l l c o n t i n u e d e s p i t e the l a c l
T h e a t e r is c o n -
I h e power
A n d the power
I ' i r a n i a n has
noticed
Hoard
t i m e a n d again thai p o w e r
in w h i c h
that o l the Palace
siderable. There is a modest charge
Concert
i>l
• Vice
appreciable
last semester's S t u d e n t A s s o c i a t i o n
e l e c t i o n s , t h e b u d g e t vvas i n c r e a s e d
y e a r such criticisms a r c
remarked
Watergate.
embargo.
w i t h a g r o u p from another agency.
a n d a h u inure money. II things
livery
has happened
e v e n t s w i l l a t t e s t t o t h a t . W h a t I h e a l l o t m e n t o f p o v v c i t o o n e m a n c a n d o is e v i d e n c e d
from one
c o n c e r t is s u c h a n e x a m p l e . A g e n c y
hassle!"
what
definition
which
t h e New Riders
though,
the
Power Corrupts
group.
Rhinestones
think
under
(LIKE SISYPHUS, DOOMED PDRCVER T O P U S H A R O C K U P A S T E E P H I L L . J U S T
B 6 R * E I T REACHES T H E TOR, I T P L U N G E S B A C K T O T M E 0 O T T O M s S O
T H A T H I S WEARVtHG- TASK NEVER E N D S . )
Ihe board must lake a n o t h c r g r o u p
along
I he l - a b u l o u s
Stones o r ' h e W h o ? " " H e y m a n ,
3ltOfJ^
"I don't
also determines w h o
b o a r d is c o n f r o n t e d b y a m e m b e r
of
anyone
Quole o f the Day
JifMX «"*«™«Ji
is
to a
a
u,ualn\
real
at
tmpioveiuenl
this
ol
Utmmiiy,
"uni\eisit>
academic
p i o g i a n i s u i l l h a v e l u he h e l l e r
a l l . n i s " a i e a n u l h e i 0 8 o l these u u n - l e a e h m g
Imanced.
A n d t h a t inuue> has l u c o m e t i o m
pitdessiunals. and "management
sonieuhete
e\ci\
pusiliuu iiislihahle'MUulei
and plan-
r
nMuriBrin
Student
Association
the SA O f f i c e , CC 3 4 6 .
Attention!
People n e e d e d to work
Sports
Trivia
Contest.
'74.
a n d i n f o r m a t i o n , now
a v a i l a b l e in
soon Watch for details,
Teachers;
on
d
CLASSICS
Trans-Electronic Music Productions, Inc.
presents
Between Nothingness & Eternity
MAHAVISHNUCWCHESTRA
LIVE
Walter Carlos
Switched-On Bach I I
organization
Volunteers
dicapped
to
students
assist
han-
'74
at
Information
Desk.
the
Westchester
a n d 9 00 PM Sunday at 10 0 0 Am
pictures,
a n d 12 30 PM
ideas,
elbow
MET JACKSON SUNFLOWER
grease y o u can s p a r e . Refreshments
H»tb»H<»n««f.k,F»ddf*HufabMd
Run Cortci Billy Co MMIII
and music. N e w m e m b e r s a n d friends
Earth
Pre-law
o n d Criminal
Justice
- A m u r d e r trial will be re
Assembly
welcome.
Hall
Sponsored
All
by
are
Pre Law
of Criminal
Listing.
Justice,
telephone
directory, please note that the following constitute the staff o l the School
of C r i m i n a l Justice: Acting D e a n Vm
cent
O'Leary,
457-6514,
Assistant
Who
Tribune,
PROKOFIEVISYMPHONY NO. 4
THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
ORMANDY
S:
MUSSORGSKY:
( j r ) PICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION
GEORGE SZ ELL I
and THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA
SVIArosKy'RICHTER
Clondfc..aVD.WlU'
97
EACH
Come to a m e e t i n g of the l u s o Brazilian
Club.
semester's
W e ' d like to p l a n this
activities
We'll
meet
W e d n e s d a y Jan. 23 a t 8 : 0 0 PM in the
CC
Fireside
Lounge.
Everyone
welcome.
m
my
You a r e all welcome to share with
Tuesday N i g h t Movies. The f r e e films
Try us in A p r i l .
a r e oresented a t H a r m a n u s Bleecker
Kelly
will
speak
AOH Hall,
of
S i g n u m Laudis
new
January
22
members
indue
Tuesday,
1974 at 8 PM in the
Hall
Guest
speaker
AJEIL V&l/Ncr
Billy Paul
S t u d e n t s e x p e c t i n g to g r a d u a t e
1021 Ninth
i n M a y , J 9 7 4 must file a d e g r e e
will show In Old Chicago.
stallaiion of officers, Saturday Jan
a p p l i c a t i o n by Friday, F e b r u a r y 8,
scheduled for J a n u a r y 2 9 .
Earth
is now a r r a n g i n g ininterested in
as follows.
Mon
a n d Fri.
1 1.10, Tues , W e d . Thurs
Completed
Campus Center
w o u l d like to work
Transcendenta/
Meditation
submitted for Graffiti
will a p p e a r in
the ASP
r e t u r n e d to thai same o f f i c e .
i. n the hotline,
please pick up a n a p p l i c a t i o n from
the M i d d l e Earth Offices, which a r e in
Dutch Q u a d . The a p p l i c a t i o n s should
TRANSCENDENTAL
MEDITATION
As taught by Mahanshi Mahesh fcgi
be r e t u r n e d b y F n d a y , J a n 2 5 so t h a t
week of Jan 2ETraimngwill b e g i n o n
week-end
The
Letter Heverlmg will conduct a
Science Fiction Radio
Workshop
at
SUNYA m Humanities B39 on Tuesday
Women's
Recreation
tntramurals
meeting
Jan
tor Women.
will be h e l d
Basketball
An interest
Wednesday,
23 ut 6.30 P M , PEC 123.
evenings Irom January 29 t h r o u g h
February
26. f e a t u u n g
works
by
There will be a I 2 g a m e roll-off for
l e a d i n g SF writers O p e n to the public
the M e n s ACU Bowling
withou! charge
week. Jan 2 I 26 Sign u p for squads
The
SUNYA
Gay A//iance
v.ll
hold its fust weekly meeting on
00 in CC 315
22
day
II be held every week foi
Meet
,emester. same time a n d
Ihunce O i h e e , CC 308,
Wednesday
should be
Due to limited space,
and 12 10 All masses are held in the
Organization
Day
applications
Please Note:
there is no g u a r a n t e e that e v e r y t h i n g
Friday, Feb 1 a n d run t h r o u g h t h a t
• 11.10
the Christian
Date. J a n u a r y 73
Can Can is
Applications a n d worksheets
O f f i c e , Degree C l e a r a n c e , A D B-3.
with p e o p l e
Library's
p m . Tuesday, January 2 2 , the Library
Avenue, Wrjtervliet, a t the a n n u a l in
1 (JO I'M
i n f o r m a t i o n , call
M
21 between 12.00 a n d
.„.
rHmib
e i is 457-7905
in the Bowling
Alley
Team
or call
next
John
Hovelli foi further i n f o r m a t i o n , 355-1136
SUNYA
based
vuonmental
New
News
York
undei
Env
"Know w h a t you a r e
and act f r o m your full potential."
En-
needs workers
Academic
ciedit
available
See Rosemary Nichols, BA
250B
i48 or inquire SS 382 Just b r i n g interest, we'll train!
LECTURE
Wednesday,
January
23
8PM in LC 5
Students' International Meditation Society
aooooooooooooniinnnnocxTOo
W a r Of The Gods
Public
interviews can be a r r a n g e d for the
N e w m a n Masses will be held next
week
Monday h
ROCK
Albany
Library each Tuesday evening a t 8
the
107 Ten Eyck a n d 101 Schuyler o n
tances a n d fees still beign a c c e p t e d
Meeting.
SOUL
at
working on the 5300 hotline, l l you
Attenlionl
lion
further
Booooooooooooooooi ioooafr-«
interested folk
_
at
Mandatory
Two musicals a r e scheduled to b e
2. C o m m u n i t y Service is n o w closed.
b r i n g i n g him here next W e d . , Jan 23.
(290 only).
Service
shown
Middle
us every M o n d a y 6.30 P M , CC 370 at
Science
Community
o r i e n t a t i o n Jan. 2 2 , 2 3 , 2 4 , 7 P M , LC
Political Science Assoc, is
A s s o c i a t i o n is sponsoring
clubs & meetings
ooooooooooo
a t Spring Activities D a y ,
19th, CC Info Desk a n d most
Students.'
terviews
Mr
BUDGET CLASSICS
Attention
a n d the
vou lo someone who can Give a call
Dean John M o r g a n , 457 4831
OOQQOC
0000000000000000000
by Chinese Club w i l l b e
Chinese Club members.
current
Congressman
1974
Due to the errors a n d
deletions in the 1973-74
Nite
h e l d on J a n . 26th, Sat., B r u b a c h e r
may be o b t a i n e d a t the Registrar's
refreshments will be served. Accep
The School
Staff
Year
308 a r e M o n . 1:30-3:00, Tues. a n d
19 at 9 0 0 PM. His topic will be the
Assembly
Society.
New
presented
current political situation in I r e l a n d .
Lawyers Bar Association o n Thursday,
Center
He
Ch inese
Got a gripe? Bring it to G r i e v a n c e
C o m m i t t e e . Office hours hours in CC
any
with
enacted b y the C a p i t a l District Trial
January 24 a t 8.15 in the Campus
C o f f e e House - J a n u a r y 18, 1 ° , 2 0 .
If we can't help we'll refer
Switchboard
problem
Middle
Car-
dorgrad
Wotervliet
N e y d o friend? A friendly e a r 7 A
studentsl
Herald
Concert,
nexty G o v e r n o r of N e w York. The Un-
Liam
place to r a p 7 Call ihc 5 3 0 0
welcome.
NY
Weekend:
toons, M i x e r , Movies, F o o d , B o w l i n g ,
Jan.
Student Life, CC 137. at 4 5 7 - 1 2 9 6
new French Room. Bring a n y posters,
Winter
available
terested, call J Lany Railey, O f f i c e o l
tor Chapel House Sat at 4 30. 6 . 3 0 ,
457-
Info Desk).
457-4711; o r Rich, 4 6 2 - 0 9 1 8
Schedule
line:
of the C a m p u s Center (across f r o m
bassador to Israel, former editor of
Mass
SUNY/A
for daily campus events of
is former A m -
Ogden
students, typists, el al If you a r e in-
materials,
procedures.
Don't miss Special Events B o a r d ' s
Lower Lounge. 5:30 P M . Admissions:
i m p a i r e d , asssitants lor wheelchair
PM, Room LC14. C o m e d e c o r a t e our
questions o n university policies a n d
52 with t a x , $2.50 w i t h o u t tax. Tickets
SUNYA call: C a n d y , 4 7 2 - 8 7 6 5 ; Stan,
Revised Weekend
** *
for
d r o p it in the 'gripe b o x ' in t h e Lobby
about m e m b e r s h i p a n d p r o g r a m s a t
22, 8
457-4630;
is
as needed basis. Readers lor visually
Students
Electronic Body Arts.
Infone;
Fri. 10-12. Come i n , or fill it o u t a n d
on regular a n d
Redi?
Concerts. Brubacher
auditions:
the CC
Interested
Dante
for g e n e r a l i n f o r m a t i o n a n d s t u d e n t
8692
relevant to y o u r f u t u r e . For details
the semesterTuesdny, J a n u a r y
formal
g e n e r a l interest.
Telethon
available
l e C e r / e Francais.First m e e t i n g of
Virtuoso (electronic Performances
of Brandenburg Concerto No. 5,
Selections from the Suite No. 2 in B Minor,
Sheep Mas Safcl) Graze,
Suite front \nna NlaKdaleim Vilebook,
hto-1'art Inventions in \ Minor and A Major
including:
Dream/Sister Andrea
Th« SunHt Path/La Mere De La RNer
"tomorrow's Slory Not The Same
pre-professional
Campus
Hall (Downtown Campus). 8 : 0 0 P . M . •
Applications with d a t e s a n d times a r e
CC 356.
Student
Teacher Ed Students: NYSEE is a stu-
$1.
Meeting
Services:
Center I n f o r m a t i o n : 4 5 7 - 6 9 2 3 ; desk
events.
Applications lor 3-mon teams only,
JAZZ
Information
purpose a n d role of University Securi-
the night of Telethon
dent
3 Sundays, Jan. 2 0 , 2 7 , Feb. 3: In-
on the committee to i n v e s t i g a t e the
ty. If interested see Steve G e r b e r in
Kmnlion
ONLY
..---offfcigL notice
v o l v e d ! Thre a r e positions a v a i l a b l e
* - * i •) - r i ii _
AMIA
what fo do.
is looking for
students interested in b e c o m i n g i n -
Fime 8 P M .
Event: Lecture
I lw Whol* kiwtl» hiking
I hank 11 <* S»»in>j M» L i<«
t'lfi.uHoljl'M.K.
I Sn« Irw L njM, I WatM jowd
topic
ias
tough)
Yog.)
Room
I'A.MAMA11
by
Maharish.
Mahesh
Lecluie Center 5
Winter Weekend:
DOWNTOWN!
I lmi(ttti)(i*lii M, I ,t
Bonnie Raitt
TaltinlVfyTime
THE ISLEY BROTHERS,
3+3
den-Gullt
Ybu-vaUecaili
M ATUIII'Ki tuAI i Alt'
~
- - - - - -
W A N T TO B E A
LAWYER?
| Direct from New York:
EASY STREET
Fordham Law School
Encourages
Minorities to Apply for
Sept. '74
Vl k S » r % ,
We Are Open Sundays!
iscount records
Stuyvesant Plaza, Western Ave., 489-8346
Store Hours: Mon-Fri 10 a.m.-9p.m„ Sat 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun 12 noon-6 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 18
Saturday, Jan. 19
Application fee waived
on request
foreconomically disadvantaged students
Write
for application
TWO
n the Brubacher Ballroom
and
Admission:
$.50 with tax
$.75 without
Free beer and
Munchies
8:30 pm
catalogue
NIGHTS
ONLY!!
S t u d e n t Bar A s s o c i a t i o n
Fordham Law School
. An Alumni Quad Board Presentation
Lincoln C e n t e r
N e w York, N.Y.
I muted by si lutein
association
10023
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
•'H1UAY, J A N U A R Y
1H, I'>V<1
PAGE ELEVEN
.
m
CLAS9PIED
••
: •
'
':
niu tTttn rn 111 iTimf
SERVICES
Ripl
Need
something
sewn
or
Coll: Seamstress Sue, 4 6 5 - 8 4 3 6
Need
School
Money
• Married
college
and
board.
(Agency).
University
Family
someone:
* tot pi can
PERSONALS
couples e a r n extra money by babysitting.
$ 1 1 7 p e r w e e k - car n e e d e d - free
Why not tell
Ride needed, SUNYA lo Latham, 6:00 or
so, Wednesdays. Help! BJ, 7-2190
altered?
room
* Hifff UriMtf
t pi'nk Ion
or
Service
Happy
456-0998
Birthday, Kongo! With love
from
t h e Loony B i n ; B o o , D i a n a , A u n t i e G l e n -
WANTED
FOR SALE
t a d y E p i s c o p a l C h u r c h . Positions m a y
for one
1944
fontlac
C o l t Scott,
66'
3*4 p r e - l a w j u n i o r s o r s e n i o r s c a n b e p l a c -
- v a r y g o o d condition. $125.
ed
384-4438
f e n d e r Stratocoster with case. G o o d
condition. $185. Call
with
Consumer
Complaint
or
t w o persons. 393-0304;
H a p p y Birthday one d a y
t h r o u g h C o m m u n i t y S e r v i c e . First c a l l , f i r s t
Folk a n d
placed.
Izzy,
Bluegrass guitar
lessons.
•
with a PERSONAL
roof rack a n d sundries. Phone
man attached
4 chairs.
489-0823
Excellent
Community
Service
mediately,
457-2100
(3
credits).
Call
im-
Communily
(McKinley)
Stereo
Dueling
weapons,
Tuner.
Components.
Shack
pistols,
Presentation
You'
M i n i a t u r e w e a p o n s , M o d e l s , C u r i o s a , etc.
Magnificent
stereo
Braverman
sound
receiver,
HOUSING
vant
Male
Was
apartment
mote
r o o m . N e a r busline
Apartment
needed.
Call
Own
489-1626
Lost:
I
lost
English
Musicians n e e d e d . C o m m e r c i a l rock
my
school
textbooks,
notebooks, a
and
bag
{both
economics,
wallet a n d many
4
big
valuable
please
n a t i o n a l S t u d e n t O f f i c e , CC
329
because I love my
only
•»*»•
23. 24
K v l X ^
LC 2
cleaned
deadHhm
i r o n i n g , disli-
For c o e d s o n l y
Reply
NY
included,
$65.
Country
GRAD STUDENTS AND PROFESSORS (All FIELDS'
consultant.
A n e w c o n s u l t a n t e x c h a n g e p r o g r a m , d e s i g n e d to m a t c h p o t e n t i a l clients w i t h p o t e n
tial consultants, will process your a p p l i c a t i o n
I r e e of
charge.
SEND
1
You'
resume,
2
A ( b r i e ' j i e p o r t o n o n e or t w o p r o j e c t s y o u ' v e a c c o m p l i s h e d w h i c h h a d m o r e t h a n
success, i n c l u d i n g a n e v a l u a t i o n o f h o w y o u k n o w t h e y w e r e s u c c e s s f u l ; a n d
3. A d e s c r i p t i o n o f t h e k i n d o f c o n s u l t a n t w o r k y o u ' d b e m o s t i n t e r e s t e d in d o i n g . .
TO:
489-2142.
mm
P O Box
D o b b s Ferry NY
I -
Business Opportunity
Albany location. Ideal
for a college bar. Asking $5,000. 732-2361
9:30
torn
«K^:
9:00
to
fill
fourth
room
482-8352
No
Lokc-
-"5
-•"-
Jan. 24, 25, 26
" i C w i B' '-*>t A(.C i . i
OSf
•»[ eMriAhCE C-1 ' " I
s
>tiwfP5-*^5 Aw' • . ' • ' ^ ' i '
Sa> r*S-R£NStI (OUftYll M G 8 0 0
•..tWMiF - > " ! '«6"!P>C*«*.' * * " ^O
e\,T C« ilE =".£"T' Cf SCKtifi3jt£H i.C^O . i * , ' * ' . -C S£ ^ E
P!W££T f i «ii* FCO -iJTStisfill)
SiCAUSt ' « « F-LA"CtS T«A^
C0*n£S O a » " > r 4 W i p Evf N
AS Evfwret FApe? fO *>«"•
AHP so * 3 0 af&M w enrtarAH
n t «Af w «s eiAA-acffS •« cw
OXRT n£R *Tn"Th£ B6ST »• FO.*
*U,5iC*"9* n-TS O I-E -Ocr.ES
^AO TH£« PC BtGAJ-E HlR * , T M
H:5 POtmCAl ivSOOW
•CSSAT O f t - ' S ••• J»EPCJ^'*'*0
NMS^CREO SuffT sC*«-iKiS
« . £ • « -E ? ? * A ' r . -•? * 0 «
Tis better to have loved and bust,
than to spend your life pondering
whether hair does grow on the south side
of a turtle.
And the Boswell Brown Nose Trophy goes to:
Yea, though beauty be only skin-deep,
and an instant of ecstasy may burst
with the passing of fleeting time,
Schaefer flavor never fades.
A move for an end comes to disaster
under the cover of Knight.
You win some, you lose some,
and some get rained out.
'/eai/ftiri
FORM
Prize money and a T-shirt to: •
SEMI^ID
MINI-SUPPOSITORIES
Circle appropriate heading:
LOST & FOUND
HELP WANTED
SERVICES
RIDE/RIDERS WANTED
A NEW CONTRACEPTIVE
FOR A SAFER*,
EFFECTIVE EASIER METHOD OF
BIRTH CONTROL
von'rr concerned ulxiul birth control,
i should know ulioul Srmlcld—the cail, must convenient n e » b i r t h c o n t r o l
icept j i m can i m a i d n r .
1 1
Sum" '
MEDICALLY TESTED AND PROVEN
uk nu method uf contcuccpiion cun
p r o v i i l e ,in t i b s u l u t e ( j U i i r j i n t e c i Set,nMd
t u n u i n s uric o f ttit* most p o t e n t Spt r m i > n k ' s . i v i u K i b k " . i t u l i s ,i m e J i t a l i y t i: s i c d
.1 as
u n c i t e d . Unit i i v t t k l s the side elTeci S n(
. . r . i l u t n t r . K e p t i v e s . ' Seniiad
is .. i m m
MMM><>M|[.I s.
si-tent i l k a l l y
b a l a n c e d (or
tie I n .iic itssm- p r o t e c t i o n
am) is M inpli-
Ad to read as follows
:'•£ ?c
Here are a few of the winning entries:
The kiss of death lives.
*-~ —————.———-~
svvtWte-
Ave
.y.t «Arr- r e *
Dragons make better wallets than roommates.
Ave
Albany
•«t i*'rt.S Of 5 i i B i ' «•.-'*•
«*.CW« "ft
-5'E^
*•'
i . « --E "£•> « . ' " - ' * - £
* 1 NOT *lttlM& TO (OWFfl
•-[ rnfthrt TO Fffl3(fAIE "
• 3 . IA'IHG ?ft3' '-If PKAOO
?S VEPAK 'C '«E TAMPUS
'.CvE.'l 5MOP
Deflate is quicker than de hand
Happy Hours: 7:30 - 9:00
j
BCC-
PROVING ONCE AGAIN THAT:
ALABASTER
ZAP
Jan. 17, 18, 19
299
264 Central
C-El
C* 50(AtFEH BEE" t*D ' 5
A9(XT 'IMC K»J tW
5C*i-">*
too M£ * ">J &£* "E " •*•'•
t ' U fOR&V ABO,* *«E Bli f '
A carlon of CIGARETTES lor
ONLY $3.99, lax included.
cor
•^ - i ^ a T. '-E ^ X
SIRfl«5HT A«P yjT SOWN AN'
ijAD *IBfS WA! *W< « 6GIM5
POWN RTWEEN HIMSCi-F ^ 0
rttS BtX5MMATE, A DBAGOM.
Uf) Ml PiP 5A* 'tOOK •**"•
HOME OF THOUSANDS 8.
THOUSANDS OF EARRINGS
Come down and see the
LARGEST selection of earrings
you'll EVER see!
ALSO
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
SO po CASlr peoocs ro aun **i
MCKMAWM CWIOftM BO^JS
r«EDU)OUT raepToaoAWToo
TRAcrt^JJWT OM A «niR£D
JAILOR -AMCM iS * CCFfNlTE
,YXAT£M £» Tl.£ MPfDCSATlC
3ATH H ? * iXy4U".E TK MCTS'
WO 0 * v HUM? DO-KX/MJlTJ
>US£fL FM> 5T'*W<Ca*WE'
. I Osd-I HAVt A rttf« TO L 'v£
of
SEIDENBERG
JEWELRY
10522
&>'*'.
^I0mmmmmm
wonted
a p p l i c a t i o n p r o c e s s i n g is b e i n g m a d e f o r a l i m i t e d t i m e o n l y
•,!&<&ALL:
Graduate
preferred
Female
MiramMaffiB
Occupant
12201
!5 iO HE IOUW
E a r n p r o f e s s i o n a l f e e s f o r p a r t - l i m e w o r k , u s i n g y o u r s p e c i a l i z e d k n o w l e d g e to e a r n e x -
FOR SALE
HOUSING
PERSONAL
WANTED
290
22
QHCI A tfwoHr
With flag in red, white & blue. Bumpersticker: $.35 (<$, 5/S1, 100/$ 12. Smaller
sticker: $.35 @, 10/$ 1, 100/15. Fast delivery, Constitutional Enterprises, Inc.,
non-profit, PO Box 54129d, Atlanta, Ga. 30308 LOCAL REPS WANTED
u c l n o w this o f f e r of Uee
bedrooms,
F e m a l e - o w n r o o m on busline. All utilities
apartment. Call
IMPEACHMENT
academic
4
c a l l m e at 4 6 3 - 3 8 3 0 o r c o n t a c t the Inter-
PM
t r a m o n e y as a
Central,
comprising
d o c u m e n t s a n d p i c t u r e s . If f o u n d
must sing a n d h a v e e q u i p m e n t ) . C a l l 4395233 after 8
19
$ 2 4 0 m o n t h , includes utilities, 4 6 3 - 4 6 4 9
HELP WANTED
keyboard
Jan
d o n e t i e e w e e k l y b y m o l e ser
P O Box. 1 8 4 , A l b a n y
LOST d FOUND
guitar,
7 PM
apartment
wastting.
|518)731-8500
S380. Asking $230. 489-6661
local gigs; l e a d
students
orientation
turn-
t a b l e , a n d K L H s p e a k e r s . Like n e w .
Thanks and a T-shirt to everyone w h o entered The Schaefer
Write-Your-Own-Punchline Contest. As w e suspected, the entries
were real snappers, featuring such clever literary devices as malapropism, obscenity and dullness. Gee whiz, it must be a lot of fun
being in college nowadays.
482-8432
icltoose o n e i
souvenirs,
I m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t . Telephone • Shelley
Radio
Service
Mandatory
W a n t e d : Samurai swords. W a r
457-4987
JM|
T y p i n g d o n e in my h o m e . 869-2-474
4890823
Fisher 2 0 0 - B F M M u l t i p l e x
from
l i m i i i i n i i m
page.
to psychiatric center. Thru
T y p i n g d o n e i n my h o m e
Stereo
Call
465-4949
439-5765
Call Mark at
Society
465-8610
T y p i n g S e r v i c e - E x p e r i e n c e d , 50c
condition. $25.
WJmff ftmm JPfHrP/
Love
a g e n e r a l science course w i t h 21 y e a r o l d
and
late.
A l b a n y Sex
M a l e s t u d e n t n e e d e d t o a u d i t a n d discuss
Sale: Table
Dear Baby Doll.
374-
Bureau
457-2100
Grace
be
0353
M a l e a n d f e m a l e ski b o o n , skiis; p l u s a u t o
For
d a r . Julie B, J u l i o a n d
C h o i r Director a n d O r g a n i s t lor Schenec-
Announcing the winners
of The Schaefer WriteYour-Own-Punchline
Contest.
Never have
so many written
so much for
so little.
.
Septetnbe' '-
Bob Canter
George Washington U
Susad Dunn
Towson State College
Bruce Howell
Colgate U
JimCuclnell
Georgetown U
1
Michael Kiely
Providence College
David Zaharchak
U. of Maryland
* * * * *
m
«*»•*** *
N^> | lormones
N ^ I'omns
i\j)tVtessy(reams
Np Complicated Devices
; i i u l |>,itti.t|j*.'tl I I I ;i u n i q u e
M. Feder
Princeton U
legal WW• *
paUntfil
pi
c
in
Amy Raff
SUNY-Buffalo
,nC,ea5<n9 "
Scott Ellner
Syracuse U
MarkHeend
St Johns U
Ray Smith
U of Rochester
Sieve Biaun
Rutgers U
Steven Kopslein
SUNY-Albany
Michael Priestly
U of Massachusetts
Curtis Nelson
American U
Michael Boron
Canisius College
Thorn Abba
Fordham U
David Debroote
SU NY-Potsdam
Keith Bobier
SUNY-Binghamton
Joseph Cohen
Boston U
Kay Navratil
CW Post College
Chris Haesloop
RPI
GeneFreedman
PaceU
Douglas Morgan
MIT
PhilShmn
Brown U
RichKagan
YaleU
Jim Edwards
Johns Hopkins U
Larry Sullivan
Niagara U
Pete Montan
St Lawrence U
JamesAnderson
U of Connecticut
EdNast
Catholic U
Samuel Ziplow
Adelphi U
RoyCherns
Trenton State College
George Allen
(J of Delaware
David Elyachar
Ithaca College
Dana St James
Holy Cross College
NanSchreier
SUNY-Plattsburgh
Chester Schnepf
HofstraU
Paul Weeks
U of Rhode Island
Walt Bishop
Seton Hall U
Mike Meader
Fairleigh Dickinson U
Joan Branden
Rider College
Michael Maloy
SUNY-Oswego
Peter Wicklem
U of Bridgeoort
Tom Aurnchio
SUNY-Cortland
Richard Blev-ert
Cornell U
H Sassounian
Columbia U
MartCorry
Boston College
II
li>i!R-nk
.niii n i ' i h i i i i l u ' i l m i n i ' ii-.ul)
use
l l u - i..isc i> s m a l l e m i u i t l i t o ho i/w
!iw.il;il>U-'.'
SEMICID IS At WAYS READY WHEN YOU ARE!
I I not a v a i l a b l e ;u y o u r i l r i U H j i M , send
$1,95 f o i i h c t a w i i i n i K i n i r i K ten m i i i i -
Lust
is J , O b P H I w u r d O J C I I t i m e y o u r
cidisilmtl
aijpdd
Ndrne
f.'vnrfi'th llirlll Cnnlrnl InslltnU- Inc.
O n e I m l 5 7 l l l St., N e t s Y o r k , N . V . 10022
K t t t l M . e d is %
p t i c k u n "I Semirlil
»t
fur
M S '
punt Plcjisc semi HI nncc in
Address
Phono
Nunn:
I (j t A L
E N C L O S E D
Acldrf-s
carli
post
• k h a e l e t Bfeswenes, New TtwW. N T B d M ^ x x e Mo
l e m g n v j i i e y . Pd
DEAN OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
nepiilment IA3-4
Adalphl Univensly
Gaiden Cily, Nisv Yoik 11131)
516 294 8700 Ml. 7604, 7606
(lis
PAGE THIRTEEN
PAGE TWELVE
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS.
FRIDAY, IANUA.RY IB, 1974
J
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, l'J74
Al ,BANY STUDENT PRESS
/
Athletes Honored at Award Dinners
Shrader is MVP Two Named to All-Stars
AMIA B-Ball
Standings
The
Fifth Quarter
Senior
I
-:•:•: by Bruce
Super L e t d o w n
Magf>in
League 1
W
M L> 20-20
5
1.
2
Lestaey
4
.1
L e a g u e II11)
W
1.
League
Little Murderers
4
0
Notions
SIHIII
4
0
Slush
maybe r i g h t l y so after Sunday's game, for once again school was
Ebony
.1
.1
P a n a m a Red
4
i
Dudies
about t o resume right after the b i g game. M u c h o f the university
Colossus
.1
1
Carbuukle
4
I
lerm.
huddled a r o u n d a television f o r w h a t many t h o u g h t w o u l d be a
LLP
1
5
most interesting m a t c h u p . U n f o r t u n a t e l y , that was not the case, as
the Super B o w l once a g a i n p r o v e d t o be a super l e t d o w n .
League I I A
HH.I
5
Dells
-1
years has become b o r i n g . W i t h elaborate / o n e defenses plus the
Hirktoosc
1
movement o f the hashmarks closer, f o o t b a l l is n o w d o m i n a t e d by
AI'A
.1
1 looples
1
}
^
i
S p u n u l 7.1
1
•1
Us
1
5
M i a m i proved that they are an incredible m a c h i n e but at the same
time, the D o l p h i n s m a g n i f i e d the fact that f o o t b a l l in the last five
the g r o u n d a t t a c k . I f the r u n is stopped the field goal k i c k e r is
Kasha
b r o u g h t on to m a k e things just as d u l l .
Klan
I.ighl
t h i n k i n g a b o u t some
rule changes or those m a n y no shows that they have been t a l k i n g
about w i l l become n o n - p a y i n g customers,. Let's b r i n g back the ex-
1
1
200 C o m m u t e r s
l-'ullmi
Los
Pressure o n Three h r c s h m e n
Initios
Chopped
Rich Kapner must be one u n l u c k y ballplayer as he c o n t i n u e d his
Liver
Bullets
string o f injuries when he dislocated his s h o u l d e r against B r o c k p o r l
1 \<)
t w o weeksago.Last year he made the varsity basketball squad but he
Rough
then h u r t his a n k l e a n d after his recovery, K a p n e r played on the
1 usks
as w i n n e r ol the H o w a r d Steele
4
II
M e r r i a m M e m o r i a l A w a r d at
4
1
1
1
Dili.
2
i
/tinkers
2
2
2
Schniucks
s
Subslukc
1
,1
(>\-(>y's
Dirty
Derelicts
Kit
1
.1
Snuids
1
.1
CCAA
II
.1
lluhhils
II
4
the State University at A l b a n y
cross-country
2
leam
Also
2
!
recipient
o f coach Bob
Munsey's " C - p l u s A w a r d " ; and
l e a g u e 11 I t "
5
fame
Rich
I.angford
junior
ol
varsity
Cold
4
0
Chinks
4
II
IJancliecs
.1
1
-1
1
1 itacliie/ic
1
1
s
1
llnl
l
1
1
1
Sumn
1
s
1
.1
Naturals
II
1
1
t
Pake
(1
4
1
1 lilllstnllcs
(1
4
-1
Sill
II
5
loch
Wrap
Mil
L e a g u e I V It
hampered
the Albans
Hobo's Apes
in
.ISC
by
in-
the S U N Y A C
state
1)uccs
Ness
York
All-American
r e c o g n i t i o n , bs
placing
in Ihe N C A A
third
Wheaton.
Kamhlm
s
u
Mud
1
II
4
i
II
Mic-llches
1
hue
1
I I 1'
2
2
D u l h n Hills
2
:
Dcielicls
S
2
1 IIC
-1
AI'A
many things that go unnoticed to the average I a n . l i e plays a tough
.Ink-Slum
aggressive defense and he has served asa steadying influence f o r the
J WD
three freshmen guards.
Krinmicls
2
1
Wood
I T . nl Viiuniils
1
1
Price C h o p p e r
Peckers
Simha's Si,us
i
1
W i l d men
1
L i e ' s Hai
i
1
(il)\
1
S II 5
i
i
ILK
1
0
1
Dig S q u i s h
(1
Hoopers
league
IVC
shouldbeadoublefigurescorer."
ii
Are
ballplayer in high school to a team player here at A l b a n y , A t the
you participating
men's
start o l the season, l i d w o u l d take a sfuil instead ol passing lo an
i n I ru in I I i a Is
a little m o r e r e b o u n d i n g f r o m I il hut in l i m e . J o h n s o n is
Have
a
llirob
Mem
A M I A affairs'. 1
ballplayer.
in
P \l
ihis
son and S u p r u n o w i c z ; b i n he has started l o c o i n c a r o u n d . Sauers is
p a r t i c u l a r ! ) pleased w i t h I revitl's defensive play. I revilt's j o b is to
I )o sou think d i a l sou are M i
Baseball'.' Is sports 11is in s o i u
I here arc
c u r r e n t l y t w o vacancies on the
lo heal Ihe c.\pei Is is c o m i n g
spot
l o take
action.
AMIA
get the t e a m m o v i n g , as he is quite a dribbler. His shot is starting lo
W e l l , here is
tiling? W e l l , il il is, y o u r chance
eliunee
positive
I revitl's progress has been s o m e w h a t slower than t h a i ol J o h n -
Something new is h i c w m g .
some
your
Council,
including a
l o r a lemale
tative.
Anyone
represen-
interested in
come a r o u n d and he s h o u l d see m o r e d u t y n o w thai he is the t h i r d
applying
guard.
should slop b\ in CC.l.Sd and
pick up an
l o r these
AMIA
iest.
in Ihe
application form.
1 lie
completed
form
is d u e o n
Introducing:
the
S p o i l s I n s i a C'tin-
Watch lot details.
A l l - S U N Y A C T e a m . I t marks
M e r r i a m was a member o f the
the
lirst t w o cross-country t c a m s a t
Albany
the university in I96.1and 1964,
o n the A l l - S t a t e s q u a d .
and also svas a varsity wrestler.
assard by l o w e r i n g
his
Sll\
v
winch
I i nils
A
Ihe
AMIA
( o i i n c i l meets every
I hiusdas
ai fi:IKI
application
nicelings
I liiusdns.
students.
I ' M . and
are open
in ihe N C A A
and
in
In
[able
impressed
SUNYAC
behind Shrader.
scoring
ihe
loi
pick
icniiis
w i l l participate
Ihe
leam.
in ihe
abuse t o u r n a m e n t w i l l be held
us was s i t a l . "
Mouses said,
"Inch
Disision
sections
is prcsciilcd .iiinii.ills in
cooperation
» nil ihe linaiicial
aids
1.1 a
ollicc
lie l a n .
His most i m -
picssisc \ icioi ies weie in t he .IS
.11
ol
ihe I C 4 A and
\ l h . i n s Stale Swill
K . i i i i navels
27. 1974 in
lllcu
l o Stuns
l o open
cond team and R o l a n d o l o the
ssho was an all-league selection
well
I c c o u l belole
I
posiui
hu//cr
by N a t h a n Salant
sounding,
con-
eternal
" I f people w o u l d c o m e d o w n
nemesis-size.
I be team's morale is at an a l l
o u t p o i n t e d the three field goals
w o u l d see t w o g o o d games i n -
nine h i g h , as is (he q u a l i t y o f
free-throw hv Colgate, p l a y ,
which
Coach
Lewis
and the Danes were v i c t o r i o u s describes as the best he hasevcr
stead o l just o n e . " So claims
w i t h a 7X-77 score.
early to the home games, they
JV.
basketball
and sole
coached
Coach Bob
argue
lighting
Ihe J . V . leam is 4 - 2 , c o m i n g
an overtime
victory
len
A
come-lrom-
user
Albany
State.
expected as f a r as m o l d i n g a
the p o i n t .
I lailmg
at
Progress has been better t h a n
balanced
scoring
attack
has keyed the I ' u p o f f e n s e , w i t h
Colgate.
Boh
by as m u c h as
Ihe I'ups pulled l o w i t h i n
Audi
averaging
12. K
unit
o u t o f twelve
strangers.
Ihe nexl home game f o r the
I'ups is F r i d a y . J a n . 18 at 6:30.
points. W a r r e n M i l l e r at I I I .
A l b a n y Business is c o m i n g t o
J i m Snyder at 9.5, a n d
Mike
low n ss lib J i m I r a y n a h m . w h o
points per game.
tie the game a t 7 0 w i t h the
helped the Pups o v e r c o m e their
' i" s s l , | hs I i s I ' u i e U .
In
Ih, I I
in.i mecl
a
running
'X M
\
•'•'..5T**
* -K
^< S ^ M H !
.Ms,,
',i
c.4. '^ wife
, •<«,.„. w
lllli
^•iV-Sfi-'i
r«
«l4A^J
belole
•iSflak:,.
^**
Ins line
atejijjJKrCa
I Indies
^*m
«f t
f!j
•'iW^Xiffll
nine .is lie In,ike ihe 111
^ %
frr
J^B»
: ;||P'
—• ft * t « - • t
"
Y
\
i
:
"f^fo*
r«
1
b i o k c bis .'nil s a i d bie.isi
b i n sseie edged bs N, ss I'alt/
sltoke iccoul
V) S.|
Rick M a s , n i l . m i l
m.us ol ihe events
I Indies
shalleied llliee I Lines
Hill
1 !
i.!«WSjLj&MiEM
iWS
}«tS
I he leutn
i .'iiliiiueil
have
p *•
IP*'
ilu i m i I, vsbilc selling Issiiiicw
M.lsulll
game
4
.ai ,u ion Ihe ,u|ii,linen blasted
swamped
I Icic
s i l , medley
is a sum
iclas.
|\ |
I .•"uieneh. S e n l c n b c i g . R u b i n .
i ecorils.
lour
secutive baskets hv J i m Snyder
course
Dennis
to a l l
received the
Ihe I 5-mile
s a i d heesis le i c c o u l
Han
Schlegel
shalleied
siv
January 2.1, 1074.
Boh
"100', Award."
Pups Look Impressive
s.li.llloii
' I IS
product,
has as craged an eye-opening IH
sens,HI Mbans came ssiilnn l i u
all
High S c h o o l
V a l c n t i at 9 . 1 . l o u g h defense
In Ihen l u s i dual mecl ,,l I lie
I'l.illshiu gli
I h e Evader
and
points o l a sssecji when yjjes
h\
scar."
one a i the h a l l , fell d o w n bs
I lie interested
('(.' ,15ft
Ihis
eight, and then s t o r m e d back t o
c u b b e d lea In si plaeeesenls in
I lie aquatiieu base been s« inI
tiling quite
teams o f
lie
Itiiigb.iiulon
season
as C o - M V P ' s ,
Ins n a t i o n a l ,
Biook
.IIICIIIOOII
spi m i ' si im s l i i
honored
while s o p h o m o r e goalie H e n r y
i c e i . i d i i i u ,i 17 I I . :
y
were
Mbans
Swimmers Break
Three Records
III,
post-season
A l d r i c h . a f u l l b a c k , "the most
i c c o u l ,n liiunc I n 12 seconds,
i.iiiininu
the team's
proved and freshman f u l l b a c k
hehind
Championships
Bill Schieffelin calls
At
banquet. A l d r i c h and Rolando
Cliilds
oil
race in
between first a n d second teams.
Coach
ago.
made
A l d r i c h svas named to the se-
iiiiinei
in w i n every
n o distinction
O b w a l d was n a m e d M o s t I m -
season, became the lirst Albans
Sink
Ihe conference
second
team,
I esvis, and one c a n n o t
I a n g l o r d . w ho ss ill he eligi-
players should sign up w lib M l .
I Ikin.
"His
was a n A l l - N e w - Y o r k C i t y star
at J o h n Jay H i g h S c h o o l a year
of
us
and W h e a t o n
lie u i n i i i d up ,17th, second for
Albans
distr-
Rolando
consistent defensive player for
Munscy
runners. In the latter.
and
selected by coaches and cap-
with
is
six goals
b u t i n g seven assists.
tains
members. It is a 22-man squad
team
a n d three
I C 4 A inns, respectively.
Hasan
O f the 55
honorable mention arechoscn.
team,
nation's l o p collegiate distance
in New
tomoiiow
Ihe
Cus
A first
-
Ping Pong
Tourney
ihe g y m n a s i u m .
Remember.
York
years
represented
All-State
state.
mile course by 70 seconds f r o m
oil
in eight
colleges and universities in the
lasi year lo Ihis and hy c u t t i n g a
one-hall
time
has been
team h o n o r a b l e
I h e A L L - S U N Y A C squad is
selected by soccer coaches o f
his best lime o n A l b a n y ' s five
anil
first
Ihe
C h c r u b i n o earned his most
improved
second
T h e suprlsliiR
swimmers
j
n
a c t i o n . The A q u a m e n are 2-1 this year.
Staples i-l III 5 |
Mbans
mtmrsaBKemasmasExiB
was
leading
New
3IEID1D 2 r
P a l l / in the s w i m m i n g events
52-4 1. b i n I h c D a n e s e o u l d o n l s
*
jEarn Big Money!!! * CHUG-A-MUG
(the biggest the Treasury prints!)
•
•
•
•
scoring
Albans
S U N Y A C this year.
i 1 S§F
from Albany.
died
and K2nd in a held ol 210 ol ihe
gill,
Sunday. January
positions
line
I he Danes w i l l need good s u p p o r t f r o m these freshmen in the
A l d r i c h also was chosen t o the
ssho
eighth place f i n i s h , third a m o n g
I he M c r r i a n i ass.ml. a cash
11.inks
about
gripe
back, led to team in t o t a l p o i n t ,
in a n
accident i n 1968.
alumnus
automobile
Rolando
meets. In Ihe f o r m e r , he came
W a s h i n g t o n State I i i n e i s i i s
.luinnicis
seincslei'.' II not. w h\ not'.'
open m a n . Now he has stalled l o o k i n g l o r the free m a n . Sauers
Great Danes. R o l a n d o , a half-
svere freshmen, t w o o f the three
ble l o i s n a i l s c o m p e t i t i o n next
I
I a n i i , i i \ 24. no In lei l i m n 4.0(1
by N a t h a n Salant
the pros, has had lhe p r o b l e m o l adjusting I r u m a oiie-on-onc
III.; l o i i n h
runners in ihe N C A A
J o h n s o n has quickly become a c r o w d favorite w i t h his q u i c k play.
J o h n s o n . a p r o d u c t ol the same high school t h a i sent Bob l . a n i e r t n
designated A l l - S t a t e , o n l y three
o f the | % 5 A l b a n y
(us.
pionships
Intramural Notices
in the season against C o r t l a n d . Sailers feels " M i k e is back lo where
York
State Soccer T e a m f o r 1973.
I C 4 A College D i v i s i o n C h a m -
started to make the big adjustment lo college ball
hut his progress has been hampered since i n j u r i n g his a n k l ' earlier
n a m e d t o the A l l New
honor
I l o i n last earls in ihe race l o a n
Ins n a t i o n a l .
n a t i o n a l p r o m i n e n c e , as « e l l as
missed. Even t h o u g h he has only a 3.X scoring average. K a p n e r d o e s
Hupps
goals and three assists f o r the
need, and a b i l i t y . It is given in
the
Cham-
I h e n , he gained regional and
1 \(l
n
M i k e S u p r u n o w i c z , Ed J o h n s o n , and ( i a r y T r e v i t t , These three
players
most wuh his performances in
I n v i t a t i o n a l , third
p i o n s h i p s , and lirsi in the Up-
Sqiiu i d s
I
have shown different levels o f development in their first season.
in high s c h o o l , also had f o u r
tion.
big meets. He linished f o u r t h in
I lot/
Johnson
H i e weight in the backcourt n o w switches e n t i r e l y o n freshman
men-
been
Freshmen L e r o y A l d r i c h a n d
stride in lime l o r the late-season
1)
(l
Pencil
leagued!!)
L e a g u e 111 A
Men
cross-country
have
minute
juries early in the fall, h i l his
II
II
il they are g o i n g l o make any headway
Improved;
Shrader.
5
c o m i n g wcxks
Chcrubino
Most
junior
Ball u l C o n t u s i o n
g o i n g to be some k i r i d o l
Carlo
Albany,
falo,
:
II
who w i l l be out o f action l o r at least three m o r e ssv^ks. w i l l be sorely
w o u l d like
sophomore
of
D i v i s i o n .1 C h a m p i o n s h i p s at
because o l a Charlie horse he sustained early i n practice. Kapner.
and he
were
o f the
Johnny
s o p h o m o r e H e r b Hasan of Buf-
j u n i o r varsity. T h i s year. Rich was not in the best o f c o n d i t i o n
lie WHS before the injury
banquet.
kudos
• <
1
Do/en
team
receiving
member
team on the basis o f character,
lime a i both W h e a t o n and New
I)
1
1.
S I . 20.1
5
1
Killers
SV
Most Valuable.
i
Hulls
IVA
Voorhccsville.
League I I I )
citement o f the b o m b . N o t Csonka up the m i d d l e for l o u r .
Suprunowicz
of
was honored as
the M o s t V a l u a b l c Runner and
Sfl®f88Sst
I t h i n k the University has s o m e t h i n g against the Super B o w l and
The N a t i o n a l H o o t b a l l l . e a g u e b e t l e r start
J i m Shrader
Middleburgh
is lookin8 for:
Tfc£CH WORKERS for:
Proofreading
l'aste-up
Operating our phototypesetter
Other things
Interested? Come to our
MEETING TUES, 9PM CC323
A I,I. ASP tech workers urged to attend!
*
*
/T^^^i
*
*
Good Food
Good Food $
Good Fun *
*
*
*
*
Live Folk
Music Every *
»
Jt C h u n - A M u g 1B at tins cunior of
Ik V l y Hit. anil Wutervllet Shaker
# R<i. (nt. U5) iii Colonic
IVeCSliCtlld
w**ni>iiu
M:
*
j#
1.1100 s d
I \|
heesis le. Van R s n
Basscu
(111.
Rosen
la I
I I 29.9
R-n-a"sg->r-H--K^-sJ U.S/S.U y « v « « u T t n M - i r v M M v aaaao
'
iiicici
s i l . freestyle
manage Iwo points in the d n i u g
2(111 s i l heesisle, I indeiiman
Weber,
i l l i Webci I A). Sicbcckei ( A )
Dudies.
picked
(he Hawks
up I d pollUs.
(,|s illg
(hem ihe m e c l .
Masoin
sard
lice
broke ihe b u n d l e d
sis le
inaik
sel
bs
M a r c I son last seal bs a lullse
c o n d . 52,b
said
111 Ihe i w o hundred
individual
shuttered
I yn
medics
he
157 1
I K MUX IDHtK.liKtK->«K XSBtKXKK XHH JiKtK
I Please
Iltingerlord
209.45 ( B | . Buckles ( A )
4(10
category,
while
dis ing.
Masom,
relay; ( A )
Sicbcckei,
XMti>mwm«
Note:
' Tower East Cinema
V a n Ryu's
schedule poster r
r e c o r d , sssuniiiing Ihe event m
2:1.1.(1.
D u d l e y swam the two h u n dred
yard
brcaslstiokc
in
Ik mvm Md Ion 1/25,26 wM k »b*wt
3/22,23 awl nice uowa. /.«.,*•./ t,y «ua„tt ^mauim
2;27.5. t o p p l i n g the old m a i k o l
SPEND
YOUR
CHRISTMAS
MONEY
AI
CETIic
Outsibr
S M WASWWMJTSN
AVB.
IT'S
GUARANTEED
TOGO
FURTHER
WITH OUR...
HAPPY HOURS!
M0N- Bottled Beer $.40 9-11 pm
TUES- Gin $.35 or 3 for $1.00 5-9 pm
WED- Rum $.50 9-11 pm
THURS- Tequila $.50 10-1 am
FRI-
Draught $.15 Mixed Drink $.50
Wine or bottled beer $.40 5-9 pmu
*******************************
PAGE FOURTEEN
$$%MiM^te.&><*>u'i'*&*-
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
/
•"HIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1974
FRIDAY, IANUAMY IB, 1974
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
PAGE FIFTEEN
ESDAY
tasurar* ^ntF
Fuel Crisis Forces Rescheduling
Contest Switched To Tonight
felt we were capable of beating
them. The team played selfishly.
There was loo much individual play."
by Bruce Maggin
During the last few months,
much of the world has had to
make adjustments due to the
energy crisis. College sports
The following evening the
have been no exception, with Danes looked much belter, as
many teams canceling games Albany was able to play
with interscctional rivals and together and they defeated
p o s t p o n i n g o t h e r g a m e s R.I'.I. in the consolation game.
because of changes- in the
Harold Merril. who had a line
academic schedules.
One tournament, led the team with
school in North Carolina had eighteen points and could have
to forfeit a basketball game been picked lor the allbecause it had no gas to travel ' tournament team.
Reggie
to an away game.
Smith and Byron Miller were
I bus it comes as no surprise selected to the team. Siena won
the championship as they heal
that the Albany Stale basketUnion in the finals.
ball team has now been affected
by the energy crisis.. The Danes
Urockport was ue\l on the
were to have played Stony
schedule and ihc Danes had
Brook tomorrow. Instead, the
high hopes lor an upset. I he
game has been switched to
(ioldcn Tagles have had
tonight. The change look place
problems ol dissension on the
because Stony Brook, who will
club and were beaten rather
navel h\ car to the game, must
badly In I'ulsdam.
Albany
he able to buj gas on their wnj
started oil vers strongly and the
Kick to l o n g Island.
I hey
team was able lo lake a nine
would mil lie able In do so on
point lead into loekenooin at
Saturday night because ol the
halllime. sparked b\ I l a m
han on Sunday gasoline sales.
Johnson's 15 points.
Ihc game will start at X:.l(>
Mien lhe Danes' bubble
preceded by a .IV contest at
burst. Albany came out very
(r.M).
I (might's game will give lenseand missed some relatively easy shots Brock purl took
Albany a chance lo get tintracked as their play has been advantage ol thisasthey scored
the first 1.1 points of the half.
inconsistent during vacation
The Danes did manage to
with the Danes splitting lour
regain their composure and
games.
slaved c l o s e .
Willi three
Over Christmas, the Danes
minutes to go. Ihc game was
took pari in the annual Capital
tied.
Albany had several
District Holiday Tournament.
In the 1 irst round Albany met chances al the end hut they
couldn't pull it out, losing 77Siena at the gym. Siena'sSteve
7.1.1 he key to the game was
Wallers stole the show as he hit
llrockport's
rebounding.
lor 35 points to lead the Indians
Sailers fell Mbain was just not
over Albany X6-7d. DocSauers
lough e n o u g h undei tin
nas not pleased about
hoards. M u u importantly lo
Albany's play in the game. "1
by Mike Sena and David
Harrienger
An agreement will soon be concluded between the University and
the State Office of General Services
to combine bus services. This pact
will allow SUNYA to make a major cut in its gasoline consumption,
while maintaining nearly as many
bus runs as at the present. The later
buses running at night will continue lo operate - a fact which
should allay the fears of many
downtown residents that night
buses would be cut due to the fuel
shortage. However, during the
rush hours, there will be fewer
regular buses for students living
between Alumni and the Circle.
The OGS shuttle stops only and'
Draper and Alumni. This may inconvenience students who live off
campus along the bus routes
somewhat.
Danes versus Siena in the first round of the Capital District Tournament. Albany lost 86-76. Siena went on to win the tourney.
I he Danes' roster will he
bolstered with the addition of
I'ete Koola, who is now eligible. Koola will sec service at
center.
Up until the Southern Connecticut game. Doe Sauers was
not pleased with the team's
progress hut is not disappointed with the teams 5-4
record. Alter the learns performance lasl Saturday, he is
hopelul ihat the team is ready
lo emerge.
Tor thai to
happen. Albany iniisl start
play ing as a learn. I hev w ill get
a good oppurtiinily tonight.
Wrestlers Go For Fifth
bv Keniu'lh Arduino
I he u n d e l e a l e d
Albany
w resiling lea in returns to action
Ibis weekend with a lour meet
streak on the line as they travel
to Cortland tomorrow.
I lie I lanes ended
lasl
semesler Willi two good viclor ics.
I he I lanes heal
Williams h.indilv in their second toad contest, the trip
took nothing oui ol them as
they losi onlv one match all
day.
Wall
Kat/,
Lilian
Cirossman. Tarry Minis, loin
Horn. Don Miou and Rudy
Vido all remained undelealed
as the Danes were easily the
hesl team there.
The undefeated wrestlers in action against Buffalo before vacation.
Albany is al Cortland tomorrow.
Albany then hosted the
vviesllers from Btillalo Suite in
Ihen inaugural mulch. Hie
visitors were undelealed coin-
ing inlo the mulch and had
linislied a sluing loiirlh in the
Northern New York State
Championships.
Hal vv nil v isions ol upcoming
linals dancing in ihen heads,
the nialmeii look ii mil on the
opposition losing onlv Ivvo
matches all allernoon.
I ending I he vvav. In pinning
Ihen opponents, were I ihan
tiiossinan, I a n y Minis, Don
Minn.and l o m C l e a i v . Minis,
who led lasl year's team in pins
look the measure ol his opponent in onlv one minute and
ivvo seconds.
Remaining undelealed Willi
(irossman. Minis and Mion
were Walt Kat/and loin Horn.
II is increasingly obv ions thai
the Ivvo weakesl weights on the
OGS-SVNYA Pact Saves
Late Night Shuttle Service
the Danes was an injury substained by Rich Kapncr, who
dislocated his shoulder, lie will
be out of action for at least
three more weeks and that really hurts the young Danes.
Albany completed their final
game of the vacation when they
I raveled lo New Haven to play
Southern Connecticut in their
new g\ iiniasiun. I Ins was a
very strange game, as Albany
was not able to take the lead mini the lasl three minutes ol the
ganle. I he Danes Hailed 55-51
bill scored the lust len points to
pull out the victory.
Doc
Sailers was very happy vvilh his
voting team.
"They played
smari ball tiller lives took the
lead.
1 hev were looking for
each oilier and played headslip."
I ottight's game w ill start a twogame home stand for the the
I lanes.
Stum Brook has
only won once this year. I hev
have a tall learn with an
aggressive man lo man delen.se.
Sauers is hoping lo lust break
against Stony Brook.
State University
ol New York at Albany
learn are I ^(> pounds and 1511
pounds. Vie Ciagliardi. w ho is
wrestling at 12b pounds, pulled
a lough one against Buffalo
when he bad lo wresile the
Northern New York Stale outstanding wrestler, (iaghaidi's
inexperience showed and he
was dele,iled In a superior
wrest lei
\llei Saturday's match the
niatllieii tiavel lo I'lallshurgh
loi anothei match against a
STNYAC school. I hev return
home a week from Saturday
vvilh a dual meet versus RIM
and Amherst.
II the Danes wrestle up lo
Ihen capability, lliev should
have a good chance to remain
undelealed allci these mulches.
I he main feature of the bus service proposal, according to H.
David Van Dyek of the Community delations office, involves the
OGS shuttle buses which serve to
lerry stale employees from the uptown parking lots to the state office
buildings in the downtown Albany
area. In the morning the slate
employees park in the perimeter
parking lots of the State Office
building campus on Washington
Avenue. The OGS runs the
shuttlehuses to carry them to work
in the area of the Capital downtown. After each run, the shuttles
return empty to the uptown parking lots. I he plan under negotiation would have some of OGS
buses pick up students at Diaper
Hall on Western Avenue, then
Alumni Quad, and run up
Washington Avenue to Administration Circle.
In the allernoon, the procedure
would he reversed, and ihe empty
OGS buses headed downtown
would earn students from Administration Circle to Draperund
Alumni during rush hours.
A SUNYA bus will run back and
lurlh on Western Avenue lo CHITS
those who commute from that
area, bill runs will be less Ircqucui
than al present
In return loi the use til the OGS
buses, ibe Ihmcrsit) is planning to
lend two small shuttle buses m the
OGS Ioi .1 itin between downtown
and Woll Road.'
Because of the fuel shortage, the
University has been faced with
eliminating 40 roundtrips of shuttle buses. The proposed bus sharing, according to Vice President for
Management and Planning John
Hartley, will eliminate this necessity.
The bus arrangement is
scheduled to go into effect in early
February, and will apply only during the hours when there is a rush
of students headed uptown in the
morning and downtown in the
afternoon. At all other times, the
regularSUNYA buses will be in
operation .
According to
assistant director ot physical plant
Ira DeVoe, there will be no cut in
the number ol busses running during non-rush periods, including the
tale night buses. It is tentatively
planned to use about twelve OGS
and lour SUNYA buses during the
rushes.
Ihe OGS bussess w.lill mean
more comfortable riding lor those
whose slops are Draper and Alumni, as they are Greyhound-type
coaches, complete with reclining
seats, rhey arc part of the large
OGS organization, which also runs
a stale cafeteria and does state
printing.
Much discussion has ensued
since the need for a reduction in
fuel usage was recognized. Ihe
possibility of reducing the number
ol busses running arntght had been
a tear of many students, and would
h a v e prevented d o w n t o w n
residents from attending many of
the social functions, movies, etc.
which take place at the uptown
campus. The new agreement
between the University and the
OGS appears to he an acceptahel
and easily workable alternative to
this or any other reduction in the
service ot the shuttles.
Action has oceured in the Un. iversit\ Senate regarding the
problem of students traveling from
uptown lo downtown. A bill was
proposed and passed on Decembei
II). submitted In the Univcisiiv
( mil munity Council, w hah
|Mi>posal thai ihe overall downtown campus bus schedule should
mil be changed, and that an)
revelledul'iiiy be based on da!a
n-'.'eted Ii nil liders on thus
bust...
m
m
m
Tuesday, January 22, 1973
Charge Bias In Smith Decision
by David Lerner
A member of the University
Council on Promotions and Continuing Appointments alleged that
the Council engaged in unusual
a n d biased p a r l i a m e n t a r y
procedures in its deliberations over
the case of Dr. Curl Smith. The
charge held that the Council
deliberately attempted to subvert
Smith's chances to achieve tenure.
Ihe charges were made by a Councilman disgusted over the Council's
actions during Smith's case.
The Council voted by five to four
with two abstentions to re-open
Smith's case for reconsideration
based on the idea that he had
presented substantial new evidence
to warrant such a reconsideration.
Ihe Council member charged that
during the course of the Council's
meeting, a negative rcommenda-
review.
(
Stewart's vote against reconsideration was not included in the
Council's tally nor in its minutes to
the President.
The member took exception to
the wording of the minutes which,
he felt, unfairly misrepresented the
case lo prejudice Dr. Smith's
chances. Specifically mentioned
were ihe minutes record of the
complaints made against Smith's
scholarly achievements or lack
thereof.
"Although it was
recognized that the candidate may
not have produced as much as
desired because of entering a new
field, it was noted also that he had
entered the field at hisiown risk,
and therefore, the burden of proof
rested with him."
From the Council minutes:
"Also, the needs of ihe'Department
This, the member said, is
nowhere near the proportionate
amount of comments made on the
case, and, he claimed, the minutes
are heavily weighted against the
professor.
Further, investigation of the
minutes shows that every positive
comment made about Smith was
immediately, meaning the next
sentence or within the same
paragraph, refuted by two to three
opposing objections. Thus, when
Council members brought up the
subject of a recommendation by
Arthur C. Clarke, a respected
member of the science fiction field,
the minutes reported the event,
thai. "In spite of the recommendation from Arthur Clarke, which
impressed some members, others
had serious reservation about
Smith as a scholar. There seemed
little to judge by except promise
and potential."
The minutes,continuedthat "In
order to grant tenure, the majority
believed that there must be strong
evidence of both excellent teaching
and solid research which proves
without a doubt thai the individual
is establishing himself as a scholar
in his field."
Ihe allegation IK !d that Vice
President for Academic Affairs
Philip Si rot kin. a Council member,
argued that Smith claimed to bean
authority in the field ol Marxist
literary criticism, a claim he could
not reasonably substantiate.
lion
proffered
by Margaret
Stewart was read into the minutes.
The minutes are brought intact to
President Hen/et's office and it is
hum this recommendation thai he
considers his decision.
According to the minutes ol
Decembei 17. I W . Council wo man Margaret Slew ait was
absent Iromihal meeting,and thai,
ihe charge complained, was vers
unusual procedure and tended lo
be biased against Smith. He could
think o| no other instance where
l he icioininciulal ion ol an
absented member was included in
ihe minutes for Renezet's eventual
SllNY A, In an attempt to rviit down on rising fuel costs combined efforts with OGS. The two will share aer * ice
with (licit respective patrons.
An Interview With
mm*^
Vol. LXI No. 2
must be taken inlo account, particularly since there is an inference
that other specialties are needed
mure than science fiction."
Ihc minutes included the statement that " l hose opposed [to
Smith's bid for icnure]helieved the
scholarship inadequate, both in
terms ol qua lit \ and quantity." In
laei. the member, pointed out,only
Robert Wessei. described as carrying a miL' man crusade against
Smith's ease, believed the
se ho l.i i s In p t u be lack ing
qualitativch
He said thai the
Council w.is pieponderoush in
agreement thai Smith's scholarly
works weie ol the highest caliber
Wessei is 11oin ihe I lisiory Department.
Inel tided in i he Council's
minutes was ihe statement, "Il was
luilbet noted that no one bad made
,i strong case loi promotion ol the
candidate, which made il even
mme ditltcull to reconcile a
la una hie leconnnendation loi
continuing appointment
I \ei\ paiagtaph in the t nuiiiil's minutes lexeepl loi the
Nii.ughi reporting ol the roll call
\ tiles) contained at least one comment tliKvih .ig.uusi Smith's
application lor continuing appointments, I oi every comment in
lav oi ot Smith's position, there
were over three comments against
u.
$ g If. Lj>
Smith's portfolio, which he submitted to the Council for deliberation, according to the source contained no mention whatever of the
subject of Marxist literary
criticism.
Sirotkin emphatically denied
ever having used Smith's lack of
authority in Marxist literature as a
pomt against him. Further, he
pointed out, any comments that
were made in reference lo this sublet were done so alter ihe Council
had reached its decision.
Sirotkin said that only topic immediately germaine toSmith'scase
were discussed at the Council
meetings, and in addition, no sublets not included in Smith's
iceords were included lor con
sideraiion and deliberation,
Ihe allegalion.igainsllhc Council concluded that on all olhercases
loi tenure reconsideration, the
c ouncil first voles on acceptance
ol ihe minutes as written before
sending them on to ihe President
lor Ins final decision In this case,
the uunules were never approved,
cited .is cause: live lac to i til time.
I he t ouncil wanted lo send in us
final lecominendution to the Presideni before the Wink1! recess so
that Ikne/el could use the Christmas vacation to ai uveal hn» decision I he chaigc siateslhat there
was nothing immediate!) pressing
about concluding Smith's case
betoie ihe Chiistmas bieak, and
l hat urn ma I pa i hamcutai s
piecautions were ignored by sending the minutes to Bene/et before
the Council approved ihem.
See page 7
Download
Related flashcards

Politics

31 cards

Political theories

49 cards

Civil law (common law)

37 cards

Legal history

23 cards

Create Flashcards