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ALBANY
MSMo UnlverMly
S T U D E f \ I T # ol New York at Albany
sports
r-riday. March 22. 1974
PRESS
Indoor Soccer Team Starting to Make Waves
by Nathan Salanl
Although the soccer season
ended several months ago, with
the Danes overtimcloss in the
NCAA playoffs, the Booters
have not taken the winter off by
any means. After several weeks
of practice at ungodly hours in
the over used university gymnasium, Albany opened up their
new winter season by participating in several winter in-
door tournaments.
Unfortunately, the booters
started very slowly, getting aced
in their first two matchups.
Then, last weekend, the Danes
t u r n e d things around, and
defeated
a highly
ranked
Brockport team. 1-0, on a goal
by Chepc Ruano. The Danes
then went on tolose two overtime
matchups. The first came against
Morrisville (one of the finest
Junior College soccer teams
around) losing 2-1. The second
loss came against Colgate, via
shots on goal, as the game had
remained deadlocked for the
alloted time limit.
Alter talking with several
Dane starters, the general concensus seems to be that the team
has not been working well as a
single cohesive unit. Several individuals have not played well,
while others do not like playing
indoors. To quote one of the outdoors lovers, "Who ever heard of
playing soccer with off the wall
passing'.' It seems more like a
hockey game to me."
Coach Schieli'elin has been
slightly disappointed
in the
teams' initial showings, but was
very glad lo defeat the men from
Brockport. "We had several
good scoring opportunities, but
we did nut capitali/eon them until Ihe Brockport game." As lor
Ihe dislike of indoor play, there
are no surprises here, because,
"several ol our best players need
the large area encompassed by
the outdoor field to be very effective."
Yankee Trade Could
Mean More Moves to Come
by Nathan Salant
The New York Yankees made
the first of what will probably be
three or four trades this past
Tuesday, when they sent reserve
catcher Gerry Moses to the
Detroit Tigers, in return for Ed
Farmer, recently unsuccessful
relief pitcher. Also involved in
the deal was the trading of
veteran starter Jim Perry from
the Tigers to the Cleveland Indians, and the Indians completed
the transaction by dealing the
Y a n k e e s Wall "No
Neck"
Williams and minor league
pitching prospect Rick Sawyer.
Moses batted .254 with the
Yankees last season, while playing second fiddle to Thurman
Munson. The Tigers needed a
b a c k u p for the aging Bill
Freehan, so Ralph Houk opted
for one of his long time favorites.
The Yankees still have lour
catchers in camp (Munson,
Duke Sims, Bill Sudakis., and
Rick Dempsey), so Moses was
certainly expendable.
"No Neck" batted .289 last
season while hitting 8 home runs
and driving in 38 runs in just over
100 games. The 5'6" veteran outfielder comes with some excellent credentials: good speed,
high on base percentage, a
lifetime .272 average, and a
strong arm.
Sawyer is the unknown factor
here. He pitched to an 18-5 mark
last season with San Antonio of
the Texas league, sported a fine
2.81 ERA, and was considered a
fine prospect by many baseball
people.
Jim Perry was 1.1-14 with the
Detroit Tigers last season, and is
a former Cy Young Award
Winner. His shift to Cleveland
will reunite him with his brothel
(iaylord lor the first lime suae
their pro-major league days.
I he obvious question is. What
d o the Yankees want Willi
another outfielder'.' Opinion
Roy While may have seen his last
season in the pinstripes. I he
Yankees have an excess ol good
outfielders and pitchers, and
desperately
need a second
baseman to replace Helpless
Horace and the other members
on the Yankees endless list of excuses for infielders. Three teams
come to mind: the
I wins.
Rangers, and White sox.
I he
Twins have only ;J
southpaws on their 40 man roster
Ed Bane, Vic Albary. Tom
B u r m e i c r, c e r t a i n l y
not
household names. The addition
ol f r i t / Peterson and, or Sam
McDowell would help quite a
bit, and Roy While could conceiveable team with
Bobby
Darwin and Larry Hisle in the
I win outfield. II the Yankees
were willing to part with Ciraig
Nettles, they could probably
sweeten their receiving end.
Three Twins are available: Steve
Braun, Danny Thompson, and
Rod Carew. Obviously, Carew
would be rather tough to get, and
that is where Nettles would have
to be thrown in (even that might
not be enough). Braun has made
no secret of his desire to be traded, and specifically to New York.
The Texas Rangers need just
about anything with reasonably
good quality, and have two inlielders the Yankees would gladly take oil their hands: lohy
llarrah
and
Dave
Nelson.
Nelson, an excellent second
baseman, is the better ol the two,
with his .283 bailing average and
43 stolen bases in 1973.
t h e White Sox desperately
need some starters to go with
Wilbur
Wood
and
Stan
Bahnsen. I rue, they do have
veteran Jim Kaal. who had an
ERA near 4.00 last year,and sore
arm Jim Mctilothlcn. but that is
their whole starting rotation. In
return, they can oiler Bucky
D e n t , an e x c e l l e n t
infield
prospect, who the Yankees have
already offered Fritz Peterson
lor. Dent fielded flawlessly last
season with the White Sox.
(iabe Paul has always been a
w h e e l e r - d e a l e r , and George
Steinbrenner wants to win at any
cost, so watch for at least one
.major deal.
If the Yankees can get the inlielder they desperately need,
they will be tough this year. II
not, well, it will be a long season.
Synchronized
Swimming
Ihe SUNYA Synchronized
Swim Club will host the sixth annual Eastern Intercollegiate Synchronized
Swimming
Conference Routine Competition today and tomorrow, March 22
and 23, at Ihe Physical Education (enter pool. Schools to participate in the event will include
SLAV at Albany, I ockhaven
S t a t e , SUC (icnesco, SUC
llioekport, University ol New
Hampshire. SUC Plattsbuigh,
I'ellll Sl,ile, lllllllel College,
S i r Bullalo, I niicisiiv ol Vermont, Skidmorc College, and
Coi nell University.
Friday evening, beginning at
7:00 p.in , heginnei competition
in small groups and large groups
will he held, I his will helollowed
by intermedial!' duels
In
tei mediate groups, followed by
advanced competition in solos,
duets, and groups, will begin
Saturday morning at 9:30. Mixed level group competition will
he the liual event.
I he Mbanv ( luh will he
dclcnding Us title .is vviniiei ol
[lie I ISS( Routine < ompctiIiiin. held last Spiuig ,u ihe Univcisitv til New Hampshire
Mhnuy's entries will include I
Beginner Small Group ("Snakes
ami Snails and Puppy Dog
I,nls'i,.? Heginnei Large Groups
("Youth
in
B l o o m " a ml
"Baggedy Ann and Andy"), I Intel mediate Duel ("First Love"),
I Advanced Duet (" I he laming
,il the Sinew s"), and I Advanced
(iliiup l"'\ I up lo the / o n " ) .
However, the indoor season
has
not
been
without
several bright notes. Slowly but
surely, the team has begun lo
play together
"We are being
taught the necessity of team play
the hard way. but we appear to
have finally learned our lesson."
Another shinning light has been
Jimmy Alvarez, who entered
Slate in January, and shows
signs of approaching the excellent style of play characteristic
of
Johnny R o l a n d o .
Henry
Obwald did an excellent job in
the nets versus Brockport
shutting out Brockport is nc
easy task, indoors or outdoors.
Ihe big tournament is next
weekend at Hartwick, where the
Danes will participate in the
Hartwick Invitational against
Hartwick,
Brockport.
and
several other top ranked teams.
As ihe team has finally begun to
gel. a strong showing is expected
here.
As lor ihe usual winter
recruiting. Coach Schicflelin had
this lo say: " I lungs look encouraging, hut U is just loo early
lo make any son of definitive
statement."
On next year's
outdoorseason: "Lor the fust time we
have a strong nucleus coming
hack. I rue, we need to fill 3 slots:
one strong fullback, another
halfback,
and a dominant
forward
but we should be
pretty good next year. Ol course
we will just have lo wait and see
what happens." Eagerly wail...I
might add!
AMIA
Basketball
Championships
With a record crowd ol more
than 100 fans on hand, the Zoo
Commuters squeaked by the
Dells in the league II Championship battle, via a last second
desperation shot. The favored
Zoo Commuters (9-0) had to
light oil a rough Dells learn, as
the lead changed hands many
limes in the last live minutes. At
one point in ihe first hall, the
Dells were down six points but
managed lo streak back into the
game via the tough rebounding
and solid shooting ol Boh
Morello.
With 3 minutes left in the
game, the point spread was a
mere two baskets, and would not
exceed that lor the remainder ol
ihe game. Excellent shooting by
Slu
Bellas (IX pis.) was
countered by Dave I'm cell who
led ihe Commuters with 17
points. With less than .Ulseconds
remaining, a tap by Zoo Com
centei John Ohryeki put the
seoie al 42-40. Bellas fired in
anothei basket to tie Ihe game
wuh 7 seconds Iclt. I'urcell Ihen
look Ihe out ol bounds pass,
dribbled past the mid-court line,
and heaved a 40 loot bank shot in
al ihe buzzer, to give a dazed
crowd and Zoo Commuter team
ihe I eague II Champions
Ihe League 111 Championship
was characterized by an intense
suite and quad rivalry. Both the
Little Murderers (9-1) and the
Ramblin Men (10-0) came from
Stale Quad, and two members of
each team lived in the same suite.
Ihe Little Murderers won going
away in the game, 39-15, alter
trailing 10-6 in the early going,
and 15-14 at the hall.
In ihe second hall, the slicing
rebounding of Larry Stopol and
Boh Cavanaugh combined with
Ihe deadly shooting of Mike
I lines widened the gap lo I en
points in Ihe fust X minutes. Bill
Goldshein led the Murderers
With 12 points, and Sieve
Jalentenll led the Men with 12
B-Ball note
I here will he a meeting lor all
candidates loi the 1974-75 varsity basketball season Thursday,
Match 28 ai -I o'clock in the
men's audio-visual loom on ihe
thud flooi ol ihe gym.
74 Telethon
Sets Record;
15 G Reached
by Nancy Albaugh
Fifteen thousand dollars was ihe
magic mark lor sludcnis running Ihis
year's lelethon. 1 hey made $15,154
in the Campus Center Ballroom
between Iriday evening at eight and
Salurday evening al nine.
I he Ihemc ol I elethun was "Let's
be I-1 lends." as perl urmers and eaniipus VIP's sang, joked, threw pies.,
ami begged lor monev lor the
children al Ihe Wildvvood School lor
Ihe 1 levclitpmciilnlly Handicapped.
In keeping wild ihe spirit of
I elelhint, every person who entered
Ihe Ballroom was stamped with a
black "Make me an otter I can'l
refuse."
Most ol Ihe audience, composed
ul a minority ol students, with some
l.ieulty and parents scattered
through ihc crowd, slaved Iriday
evening until alter ihe performance
ul Utile /VcWwhich lasted from three
until lour Saturday morning. Many
people started returning al about
live Saturday lor the conclusion ol
ihc show, although some people
slaved all night, giving up all their
money lo anxious pleas from MC's,
entertainers, and children.
Ihe chairmen, Luri (ierhcr and
I lav ul lallel. slood up well through
Ihc pressure ol tuning and scheduling, and the hectic 24-hour
marathon.
Mayor Corning made a campus
appearance lor the opening of
lelethon. hut President Benezet
didn't appear until alter eleven at
night. Instead, Neil Brown olheiated
Slow Start, lust Finish
I he money came in very slowly at
Inst, bin n started snowballing
Inward the end. Al iniilnighl, they
had iceeived only about $1.70(1.
while lasi vcai al Ihc same time,
lallel said, they had made over $3,11(10 Ihe dillciencc was ihai some
large couliibuliuiis did not come in
until Sam i day evening, while dm mg
lasi sear's the) came in tin Iriday.
Hv seven o'clock Saturday; evening, ihev leached Ihe ten thousand
in,uk anil liuallv icccivcd aiiulhci
iliiMis.inil hum pledges and live
audience I his culminated in a S.LI ' l check h u i n I S A h u m Ihc loud
I.ISI held lasi Wednesday on all
ipi.uis I SA alsudunaled $7M hum
plilhall piulll*
Ihc exact total was s,|S.| v | 7-1.
Mii|ussinc lasi v e i l ' s luialhv V sun
U'lclhnn people siicssnl ilv.il IUII
llihlllliiils would shll he accepted hv
w I lllilg
I clelhoil '74. ( ample,
i enlei Room ((..'. St M ,u Alhunv.
\lh,iiiv, \ \ . I.'.!.'.' Ihev will be
a. i epling ciiuli ihutions uiiiil lliccud
I he cillcltniiicis, including liilin
siiiipsnn and Hector, I'avid Mien
uI
VV A s I
i In\V A S I
uc.llltci wiMll.in Itcllv (ieoigc. John
I I in
Ihe Walsh Sislcis. and ihc
I altiuis la// ensemble, along with
ni.niv others student* anil local
people all dicw in money lluough
v,uurns methods.
lohn t'liiiinu icccivcd nioiiev in
ilu .in encore allci lusrlhe Impossible I he,mi* while .liilln Siinpsun
die« u in lu sing a luvoiltc sung ul
Ins "Necrophilia
Itcllv tic.ugcilicw .in all liulcuilcIliill high Wllh $10(1 hid I.M a dale
with hei. I nc I nnschcin and Incnds
ihc money loi a date loi a
em up
imimiiiv un <MI"' J
Big Betty George
Heads Celebrities
At 1974 Telethon
£
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Mandatory Tax Threatened
hv Stephen Dzinunkii
legislation threatening the existenee ol the mandatory student acm i n e s lax remains m Stale
I cgislaiiuc committees as ul this
week.
I wo hilts, one from each House ol'
lhe Legislalure. challenge the viabihly ul a manilaioiy lax m all Stale Univeisity system schools.
A hill ill,il was introduced by
Assembly man Brown ol Albany was
aimed ai prohibiting student
goveiouienisol any public college or
university hum charging mandatory
student activity lees. I he Ices would
ihen have lu he payed on an individual voluntary basis.
Sources said lhal the conseipiences ilus hill would have ,uc su
ilciiiincnial lhal they were hesitant
in make ,uiv speculations about
lliein \n csiiniaie ul a hliy pcicenl
cutback in monies available loi ihe
I ii ml i ng ul student acliv it res was ahLulled Hum Ihe SA
I Ins hguie Is
hascil mi ihc assumption that only
ahuiii lilt\ pcicenl ul ihc students
vs,IIIUl pav ihc Ice on a vulunl.iiv
I lie .Klinlics lhal would he
allci led hv slull .1 cutback would III
i link exliaeiuricular acliv ihes such
.is iiitelcnllcgiale athletics and lull .imiii .lis. W s l \ Kadi... ihc ASP,
.iiiihiilanic s e n lees, cnsis cartels,
.mil
l.lllulls
nihil
-un,ill.
Secondly, ho more than len perccni ul the total amount realized
Irom the collection ol Ihc lee may be
allocated to am particular activity
m event during the course ul the
academic year.
In addition. Ihe president ol Ihe
nisiiiiiiiun (llinvcisiiy. College, or
\g and lech school) shall he
aiiiluiii/cd to exclude any student
who because ol him ichginus.
puliitcal. or ethical hehelsi.sopposed
lo the lee. Should any student who
requests and is grained exclusion
Irom payment olthe lee wish to pariieipale in an activity oi event dial is
landed by that Ice he may he
icasnimhly charged lot it.
Ihc hill also calls lor the
( hancellors to establish policies,
statidnids. anil procedures having
stale-wide application lo all public
insulations ol higher education.
I he purpose ol lhesc policies will
he lo best assure lhal no student will
be deieried liomapply mg loi admissum to an insulin inn, be denied adinissiun lu an iiislilutinn. he denied
nullum.nice in an institution, tn he
denied cuiiiiiiuauec in any student
aclivihes because ol his financial inahihiv lu pay the mandatory student
he
Ihc ellccis such a hill would have
mi ihc Lmvcisilv community aiclnr
ihe inosi pari limning. I he pioluhinun ul allocation iimiunimg in
more ihan leu percent ul lire total
icecipls horn the siudeni lax lo any
paiiienlaiactivity or event could be
especially detrimental In Ihe larger
uigaiii/aiiuiis which icquirc more
extensive luiiding.
Ihc athletic program, which
piescutlv requires about one quarter
ul ilictuial liindsav.iilahlc. would he
among those nllcctcd.
SA I'resiUeui SteveCieibei lernied
ihe legislation as "ridiculous." lie is
ciiucal ol the Legislature because he
ivcts thai they arc acting upon an
issue which they know very hlllc
about Ile doesn't believe lhal Ihev
are aware ul ihe elicits such hills
would have.
As loi ihc hill uiiiuduccd hv
Senium Johnson.ticibei ihiuksihai
ihc sHudents should cnniiul Ihen
uwn luuds. I he Legislature should
mil decide loi litem how ihc money
will he allocated.
Ihc Sliulcul Association ul ihe
Slate luiiietsitv is \Slt) has slated
lis intent in oppose any a I tempi by
the I egislatiue lo.iholisluu icgiilulc
ihe use ol siudeni aetiv itv Ices Ii is
s ASI \ aiginneiil lhal the simians
rune a tight lo sell taxation. Ihev
i imtiiutnl mi /nigc d
by Daniel (iaines
Before her appearance before the
lelethon audience. Betty George,
Ihe last ol the led hot weather
mamas on WAS I Albany, granted
the ASP an interview. She was'jovial
and sincere: she answered questions
enthusiastically lor having been
awake almosl 20 hours.
Belly George is originally Iroin
New Hampshire; she went In school
there. She eventually made her way
lo New \ ink City, where she worked
wuh Arthur (iudltcy and won a
limy Award (Best Supporting Actress in "Anchors Away"), among
iithcf things. Hetty Ihen joined
Milton Bale.
She had known IBerle hetore.
--(>t,, mothers were close friends, and
W|K.M | was working lor Milton we
wcic one higlanulv." said Helty.She
win ,ed wuh ilterle
lor sixteen
vears. she said, adding she was pail
ul ihc huihol television. Al ihnl lime
q lc vv;ls ,(,,„ ; n u | i-a gorgeous girl:"
nidecd main people over thirty
leinemhet hei well. Betlv was wellknown hu ihc singing and comedy
loutiiies dune with ihc Mihun Bale
icnui, She also was pan ol Ihc
unginal pic-ihinvviiig acts.
Bcitv. in show hi/ loi nunc Ihan
,„,,, ucc.idcs. expressed wonder at
|, c | | l l c S L . n l acclaim. "Now Tin mmv
nud-lniiics. lal...." she explained,
Inur years ago, she went lo a Duke
( | ( n | c ( l , | l ) s c height; she stayed in
Vmh Carolina lor iluce vein's.
Ilieie she luiuiil Moo. a scrawny,
ahiuidoiied dog. and icgaincd ihc
vsoiytiI she lost while caring loi hei
,lL.„ | V | | | C | ,,,,1^ |. Mn ,|\ , ; l > u l
vjhany. su al hei sister's land
uL.ru.,'s)
suggestion she moved
hcic
"\\ callicr Does Not I lirill Me"
s
' " ' worked loi Vaiidcrltulcii
'hi11 •' home loi undeipiivilegcd
ehildicu in linv. she did publu
KI.IIIUIIS loi YaiHlcrhyilcu: she was
.iKn hauled as a social vviukci \piiuiilmuil un page 4
\ second hill, inliudiiicil by
Senium luhiisonul Sullulk.c.illsloi
less drastic measuies. column,ding
instead iin luiilluig ceil,un aspectsol
Ihc l.i s
I inhi
luhus,ni's hill, ihc
l h.uicellui ul Ihc Sl,Uc I mviisily
.mil ilk I h.imcllui ul Ilu I ilv I nncisilv wuiilil In .Incil.il lu
pcisuiln iiilcs ami icguUhons
guv, i milt- llicassessiilcillaniUulIci
nun ul ,i iii.uid.iioiv siiiilenl ailiuty
lee I lu Uc may ilol he in i' Less ul
litis dull.IIS pei acadciiiu van
Ilu picsenl Ice al SINV \ is
• ISII luiu il.ill.ns pei academic van
Any such lilies and regulations
iniisi pi..vide loi cciiain stipulations
as unhealed within ihc hill Ihclusi
ul these stipulations is lhal ihc lee
will inn become cltcciivc mini in unless il is appiuvcd hv a ni.uuiilv lute
ul a least lolly percent ol ihc students
attending ihc I m i a s m ai thai
nine \ vole eimceiuing the i|ucsiion
ul a m.iii.laiuiv siudeni lax must he
held hu less ihan unci' cvciy lulu
vcai s
Some functions threatened by a tax revision: Dance, Theater, Sports and concerts
SUNY Trustees Present Aid
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diiional ichel lor c o m m u n i t i e s with |
s t u d e n t , a n d a It n g i . i n g e s u g g e s t i o n
|,,u
IIII a n e w l l i n d m g Un i n u l a b a s e d o n
u ,cuh
i|uneil
pi,,pcits
legislative
l a h l i s h a new a i d lol inula h a s e d o n t h e
li^ric,::;,,,;;' "
(hetall.
the
lite
liuslees'
liuslees
c
e u l i i n i in w h i c h s t u d e n t s
m e d i a t e i n c r e a s e in h a s i c a i d c e i l i n g s
,K ,
.sstieiated
lit.in
wtuild noi be n n p l c n i e n i c d until the
to
5,(,7I)
student.
ilesigued
ui
pei
im-
lull-time
I he increase
ollsel
is
slawsky
it r,^r^r«. 74 Telethon Sets Record; 15G's Reached
iv p e ol
an
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values a n d so a r e
to s u p p o r t then
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year.
M a l c o l m Wilson with a c o m p r c h e n -
p i o p o s a l is in 1 l u c e s e g m e n t s :
:i:i:l
Ui
suggested
;.•: •
irzi.
jair
liustco
mediate
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anaiitm
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to
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tru
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aid
1mm
I rupees has presented Governor
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ol
uc.KSSHEnes
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state
ciillcgcs
I ' r o e u l h . i h e r e is a S 3 S l i m i t o n s u c h
colleges, the State University Board
wnaOi
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inltrm
nau
of
u
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sarf
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ftafimg
T n j i i r ^ : £• r e m s : i n u n u r u : v > n r * S 3 S Sr.em^:
bv Linda M u l e
the
cost
ol
un-
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hum
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the
I lie
SI
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l
Campus
ttilliclin.
Center
loin
I he 4+2 "Friends"
liuslees'
resolution
Indian
Quad's
4+2
learned
\ s s o c i a t i o n . w h o s e |pie d r e w
Saturdav
morning,
the children
Irom
the
Wildwood
School
down
loi a C h i l d r e n ' s H o u r . S o m e
s o i l , w h i l e A n n Y. B u n k e r , l i d i l o r o l
came
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pit.giain
1,-iiisl.iiive
t | m n i g l i o u i the show. Ihev also did
a s p o o l o n t h e II izafdot
(>-. w r i t t e n
s.,ng
the
song
inleiniittently
pails
bv
looking
at
people
in t h e
a u d i e n c e with pleading eves.
•\s u i t h c \ c i s I c l e t h o n , M U I K a c t s
MYSKANIA Elections Coming
( audi
Mujt'r
1 ),i\,
niembei ships
hunorui \
in
\ N I \
the
governance
have
heen.
hcilig accepted,
NMSK
thirteen
MVSKAMA.
siudcnl
nigaui/.itu'n.
nnvi
the
li
and
are
Sue Scligson,
thaiipcrson
an-
iniuiKL'il
u hen
MISKWIA
guides
oMginallv
l/ed,^^ iliisiniixeisiis's
\s\ocuitiou
back
oigan
lust S i u d e n t
I 1 >I7.
m
when
\lh.m\ Slate was the State leachers
t olk-ge. annuallN h o l d s n o m i n a t i o n s
;is
inctnhi
the
In
nl
ttlhcial
1 he . i s s i i i u p t i u n
lorn
is l h a l
lire
past
dedicated
the
lew
memheis
chosen
I his v e a i ' s
school,
will
students
make
the
in
hcsl
the
guides
b e c a u s e ol i h c u e n t h u s i a s m
loi
i n c i n b e i s w h o w e r e n o t a l all
l\ w h e n \ o i i
\s
i he
oiih
In t h i s a s m a l l I u n c i i o n l o r t h e a l u m n i
ho noi a i \
sei \ e s a n i m p o r t a tit n e e d
l i n a l K . they
ollicial c e r e m o n i a l
licshinan
l u n e t i o n s al
the
convocalion
S e p t e m b e r , a n d al
m
peilunn
in
on
campus,
is n o i i h e g o a l l h a l a c t i v e
strive l o i . the goal I s a b e l l a
becomes
one
ol
ihe
thirteen
M^y
ihnse
students
the
students
o|
the noniinaiioiis a i e
com-
Mav
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standing,
puilairllv
niusi
he
I
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I
w ^ . rusa;t«ar
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M\<\. i n o s l
have shown
un-
active
a h a h talitbtl.ittIh.
itl
willllitn
Senu
I lie
Student
longei
IV.
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depends
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beguulvd
von I m o t
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ill
01
to
ol
in i h e
injured
l)i.
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Ui
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l u l u iii.n',
is pel l o i uicil hv
tlnvtis
noon.
noted
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Ihe t l n v e i s e i v i e e e s i s t s
Hi.,,I
ill
i.llllii
lliowi
htiol
mav
ton
have
segment.
I>a\id
now
\iU\.
l a l l e t said. "Oil
occurred
closing
Irom
She
f!\o
cjiiickl)
gtabbed
canifcratuWr.
kissed
much
moments
ol
the
to
the
hei.
imnu laihues was
al
ihcm.
she g o l ' h e i ^ B u i e v\hen a q u i c k
ilnnkiug
Delight
and
lo
hei
.vjug it at e a c h ol
O n e ol i h e i i n l o r t u n a l e
(ieioge's act
ol
d e l i g h t o l i h e a u d i e n c e , n o s e d ill a n d
I he a u d i e n c e " l u g i r s " w e r e d u i Heuv
pie
eamerameu.
I can go hack lo h e m g
A Wildwood
ing
a
the- p i c . t i n
had
the
allegedly
i,,od
lelethon
loi
piogiam-
MacDonald'swho
primmed
ihe
lo
telethon
snpplv
vunkeis
as
well as b r i n g K o n a l d M a e D o n a l d
lo
w h e n t h e a n n o u n c e m e n t ol the $ 1 5 . -
entertain
(HHI
cancelled m i l . hut l a l l e t a n d ( i c r h e r
record
was
made
liom
ihe
b>
Ira
I'edowil/.
Wildwood
'
needed so desperalclv lo
1 ll,L h l , , l l c
'
°^"
I he M ( " s d i d t h e n h c s l l o g e l t h e
to
( u-chaupeople(icrbci and
pi is
,
v
t enlei
ng
U
ihe
uitheshow
morning
llooi. a job
lelethon
u o i k e i s iisnallv d o t o s i n e e x p e n s e s .
Vliei
ihe s h o w . I h o e people soiled
iln.uigli
gaihage. picking
Ovei ihniv weic t h i o w n
change,
and
Davis,Vice
people.
H a l l i o o m a l s i \ in i h e
part
at d i l l e i c u l people, i n c l u d i n g H a u \
lallet
theC'am-
m a nil a m e n c e
-.weeping ihe
Ihc-throwing was a populai
loi
m a m t a i n e i i c c p e o p l e w e r e in
c o n t r i b u t e t o i h e S c h o o l . I hev w e n l
auclroii.s l o m a k e m o n e v .
lives
gel a l e p l a c e m e u i
landed ihe c o o p e r a l i o n ol
a u d i e n c e lo emplv their p o c k e t s a n d
ih r o u g h | o k e s . p l e a s a n d l a s t t a l k i n g
icluldicn
them.
H o m e said ihev w e r e d e l i g h t e d with
i h e muiivv
U v
the
managed
Spokesmen
ilieu
I ' l e s i d e n l ol S i u d c n l
adding
up
louse
change
Uoni
ow n j p o c k c l s l o i t h e
\\
ihe
uul
ol
ihe
luiid.show,
die
.uulleilee leainetl that Saluiilnv
was
ill.'
a
lallet
made
iiinecnicnl a n d
bioiighi
out
take
savin,:
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laigt
Im
light, what a m
in s o m e w a v
( i v e i v a c a t i o n I H I K S il
i he
m u v ei silv
t.iiiniil
ii.inspoitaiion
the
|ilov ule
Hithf
siudenis
hei,
I h i d l o i lllls pit
hul
si
SI
Im
up
.li i v e i s
V
now
pal.ems
l.ib.n.iliitv
lests
Un
aeli
lei
salislied
"
ttoikeis
othei
H'-'l
''
in
no
..I
Milne
Student
,u|e
S.unilv
111
II,....I
,,|
ihe
Mlu 1:1.11 . \
last
,11111:
Minus
is
, ampiis
, IIIIK
.Int.1
ton
a
U t a h 111..wu
lesl a n a
1
1UI'.:;1 AY MAIH I I 2U. l')7'l
s t u m
111.inih
,,,Ms
lioiu
aeeoiding
1.
1 ihilu.
Ihe
I I.
els
as
.
plotldni|
a
"lol
ol
Ittillanns
.1
lespoh
In,
lllllleeve
"I
I'
I thele would be n o p t o b l e m
I,....I
III a
,R|
"pilteir
hinken
hat
0
lllllg
V.liUll
i l n v e i s a i e avvav. Hi
Hood
hke
1,1 d e p e n d
Pol.,.
l l i I . 1 1,1.1, v \
..11 H i .
U'coldmg
.,,1. meucv
vvlien
would
Inivusiiv
l o Wlllialll-s, t i n
ilelniltloll
ol
all
isj"lo,.h,,,,„l " l o huh a
AI.HANY SHJUKN'I I'HHSS
.nil m i . ,
s.n.I
W il h a m s
he a d d e d l h a l il 111. b i l i i i n a i v h a d a
a i e mil
W h e n sliulenl d n v
chicles
|),
til
and
inekell
will It. . i l l u u i g a
Ihe
ilnveis
l u l u 111,11 v l u e s
siudcnl
tlnveis
o n e o i i dulv
In
like
Hood
icadv
Iht
lo h a v e t w o
al all
tunes,
a n i l o u t - b a t k u p 11..led
I hese
I lie
Int.
siudcnl
Uuccllll
avciagc
dav.
Hood
and
oil
bemiles,
duvcis
h III
theme
\ \
\
Minis
liatlUioll
ol l e e e l l l
athlnl
Souetv
llopelul
Ihuistlav"
ve.ns
vohtnleels
I lldav'
.0
lhal
an
lo
al
..I p e . i c e a n d h o p e w n i i l d
, h . o a t l e l i / e t h e ill ive
li,.,,
lo
be
\un11e.111
olhtll,
u
,.nl ndav
1 .1 11.iti.it.Id I >. '. Ill i l l 1
,nn.in,IV
-mis
Ihev
tt.il
I .unci
uu.sphcii
1
a
I In
is'tieiille
10 t h e v l o l e u l t l i s s e n l ol t h e
I,colli
w.u k .Hound ihe clock a n d on week
Hips
tbive
.111 o b s t l l i e S I
1 lei V i l l i
Siudent
donation
III,
pool
u Seunilv
he
/ . . I ni i . n i e e l
ill M l '
loi Ih. i . i n . u
, , nl
Jlinil
I'oliu
tte w o u l d like l o In a b l e l o u n i n l
Im
be
I II, d o n a t i o n s 10
will h i 1
tolunleels
1 elaled
es plained
ihe
will
h a l l o . I l l in e v i l u n g e l o l a I w e n l v
,1...
II. staled thai Ibis isa
Ill s, h . n . I v e i l , Ihe sei V K . 1 o s l s
tletl.letl
loi
s,nielv
, 1 , I, a,1.1 a l s o
Hul
' I h e , ||iec!|tl
tine
1 .hoiildhcaii.mgcdhv
, icasui)
mile
II . . 1 , , , , u
lhal
will
available
Ihe
leels
,
-h.
1 aiicei
(.In nl i n n . h h u e s
a l i . H I lo a h o s p i t a l 01 a d o t
In
nest
,|av n u l l , I a i n p u s l eillei .mil
a a "lough situation." Seunilv
ilown.
s 'no
Seunilv
\ih
help
.nil:
eases
1
Hallspolta
II..oil
ahoiil
tolunteeis
\ i u , in.01
D i i e e t o l ol t h e I n i v c i s i l v
Williams
n I h . I ive U n a , I
\ni
s.'Pa
' b
b u l a n e e S e i vice l i t , Q u a d h a n d l e s
einiigenev
p,
hull
noleil
11 e . n c ..I hv lilt
s, 1 t u t
1.nl.1
ilia
llanspoilal
.hit
11.1 n s p o i 1,111011
bv
ln.lt.I
student
ake then
s h e also
.a i h e n e e d e d
,1 lal.
S e e u n i v hatl heen the " t o l l i e l s l . t n e '
\
ng
Wi.tllil h e l p .nil
She
mi', uieiils
a
lelethon
Daffodils
lune-
\ . , 0 1 . b u g I n hei the 111-
in e e s p.uie Mis 1
noma
.mil. 1
,,,iiltl i m l o n g e i 1
I hispiogiam.sei
a .11
,1
II
pasl
lo
sin gel v. h l o t u l s p e c i m e n s a n d
I ''
Ihiiiking
• eai's
l u i \ , 1 siiv's S e e m u v . said
•'
when
ami
1.in.ui is the p i o p c i
I I.INS-I
I
'"in
ai l a l l e t u i e i i l s
appoint mem
•ineigeiKv
in p a v I.n l a s t M u n c
l i a n s p o l lalloll
.,,.,1
huttu's
lo
I cut tail t l n v e i s e i v i c e
I tin
. H i d . nl
II i n , p u n
t las-,
uuvein
\
D e a n "I
Un,..I noted
Iht
VIVSK v \ l v
si 11 o i l m a n 1 l a s s
l.*-
will
Ihev a i e Ih. p e o p l e w h o
ill.
,
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iiiiiuh.l
hupp\
I.
ieeva!ua1
In
in.IV h a v ,
1,1 p m . 1 1 , . I . . e t . . i s
I h t . s e l l l i l l c i li | . e i . p l . w h o let
Ih,
\ei\
good,
be
person,
il 11 sea I l e s i i a n u s
w o u l d liavt
vi,e
i.ivs
in, i i i h f l s
CTV;-.*I
Seeuniv
llns IniKlioil
lio.puals
i
Dm e
.-.ti
lis
Ih.
> *
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h, ,
;;tv
on
Diieetol
l i l i e t l sluvleilt
Service
ol
according
M i n i , in
i.-v-!
It V^
HWUSi
In a . i o l h e i
a m i n i m u m oIK.UOII
Health
transportation
I li
.-iiH-'vfi
olliee In
luinscll. o.
1
»'*<
:..-'-:M ^ H U I : "
noiiiinate
the candidate
hundial.
iiuidcnt
w e n l l i . i i u e e e l e h i a l i i l g lln.il s t m e s s .
b> M i c h a e l
Hood.
Vuliiii'sli.nilil
televised
ihcu
I lie i n c d .
students,
ill a l i a
, I, , i , n , i
on lot
Infirmary Drivers Transport 111
good
CP3.74
hUivrw
aie
pin I I I . I M p i - n p l e t h a i a t . e l i g i b l e u p
to
li. ..'
who
4(<. a n d
Mirpiisc
I m i I Kilt, i \ biillulav
budget" ho
iTta Marines t %
l
I I
also
H r U \ C i e o r g e . c u r r e n t lirst l a d s
ihe
w,,
I,,
\ i *
be
p i c k e d u p at i h c S m d c i i l A s s o c i a t i o n
l e d i i . i i e i l M u d e n i s in t h e s c h o o l .
Sow
»«
people
go
ol i h e
in
I li, M i e e u u i g t o t n u u t l e i
those
rt|li;t,
leceived
Dceeinhci
niusi
lhal
noi
hums
ineinheislup
pailnip,
.-.
ma\
( o n u s m u s t he icltinicd to i h e S
ui
©it t TTI:IT«»» a Bl 'Ci. ~i I:I:«..-I; '.-•• i c n ~ v.isi-r «o.r Trn«i.
hums
ilen i all a u s . a n d a r e a m o n g i h e m o s t
g i a d u a l i n g U.iss ol
' ? >s ::?iiil«rroi s «ia.-w^;?)C. f »Oi »mn r. v c r i :. r. r .'.-.. •« ;i:r r.
stuw .«. r-j :i'« ^«l rr i Dtalen^K. &a: vu ~i <:,:*:<-c :< :r<i •«i1 rr i -.ii-
l o l its k i n d in
nomination
iiiuninaled
l a n d i d a l e niusi he a m e m b e i
~" *«.- .
I he
being
e l i o s c i i h a v e h e e n m i l s a c t i v e in s l u -
I h e s e c i i l e n a a i e as l o l l . . u s
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livening
elect ion.
vvho
g o \ c i m u c i n , in i h e n e w s p a p e r , in t h e
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in g u t iiist n \ c i a
l l o w e v e i . ihc> did p c r l o i m
w o r k e d h a r d a n d l o n g in t h e s i u d c n l
members U I ' M U K W I A . Membership
Mhanv
school,
C'ommencemenl
ret.
According
one
students
Director
iccieve
Mvskania
Mvskania
hundred
,,| w e a t h c i o n W A S I . w a s a b o u t
might
non-academic
ol M \ S K \ M \
over
"Hig Vic" In u n S l a t e Q u a d w a n t e d
pv. so h a p p v . "
A l u n i n i D a v . VIVSK \ M \
one
the Assistant
d o l l a r ltd e v e n o n e o l h i s p o u n d s ,
n o i in,11 " I t i n r e p e a t e d " I ' m s o h a p -
\ole
the
made
smgeis
had
in.ins
active
groups,
also explained how
Mvskania
a c t i v e in M v s k a n i a . C h o o s e c a i c l u l -
most
.ill ol w h o m a r c g i i i d i u i l i n g in M u v
Schgson
been
i i i e i n b c r s nl M \ S K \ M \ . h u \ m g b e e n
.iiul e l e c t i o n s in i c p l . i e e t h e l l n r l e c n .
Ms
mil
I clethon.
u p s e l w h e n lie l e a r n e d i h e U n i \ e i s i i v
scheduled
all\
> ear
luue
ihe
•school. O n
VHSKAMA.
I he
ael
lor
i-00(j Service, Peter Haley
cniulucnn
..I i h e I n i \ e i s i i \ S i n g e r s . w a s M s i b K
challenge
1C~
I MK'st K n e l l ,
SM)
received a pie.
scqiiciicv, suniv h a d tu be cut. o l h e i s
shuitoiicd.
hall
|
0
u>nk U i n g c r t h a n p l a n n e d ; a s a c u n -
Ntiminatiuns
made
m g
,,iul
In
\S|'
( j e a W i l s o n , of t h e S t a t e Q u a d d i n -
dollars, and
loi e o n s i d e i . n i o n a n d s u b m i s s s i o u a s
$150.
S t e v e d e r h e i . I ' r c s i d e n t ol S A . d r e w
til t h e k i d s s t a y e d d u r i n g t h e d a y a n d
t e l l i n g s w e r e e s t a b l i s h e d in l " 7 ( l .
a l s o l e e t i i i n i K ntletl
I lie l i i i s l t
t h a i u n limit b e p l a c e d o n a n i n c r e a s e
in
c o l l e c t e d m o n e v in l i t t l e o r a n g e s a n d
„UIMt
current
Atlas, called " D o r o t h y
the
| U 1 , b e e n l o i w a u l e d to t h e d o v e i n t u
the
t„
Hairs
» L -u L - M i d l e r ' s " I n e n d s " .
. i p e i a i m g costs since the present aid
lull d i n i n g
bv
t h e l a n d ol A l b a n y . "
I h e d a l c was scheduled lor
a n i e l i i at l ' i / / a H u t .
p r o - 7 ; b u d g e t veai
increased
paw
i C , \ stunned and blushing Director
.lalid
wishing
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s
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110
Ih
\ ' n e ,. .Ill I J M . ' l
s J2
l'A(-i KTHHEE
Betty George Opens Up
continued from page I
donated land behind his clime. \
plaque is now on the completed
shelter: "Hetty and M o o . "
proached by W A S T , she agreed to
do their weather show.
What does Betty think of the
weather'.' "Weather docs not thrill
me." she said. "As you know, doing
weather is not doing my thing." But
she did say her show was great for
ihe kids at Vandcrhydcn. Many people think she should have a talk
show, but she says she has no lime.
She still works for the kids at
Vanderhyden. and that seemed to be
uppermost in her mind.
" I (Jet a Rash from Bananas"
As people walked by Betty'.seliau,
they would always notice Mon. ,\
group nearby began singing " I mie-i
the Boardwalk." and Moo lumped
up and wagged to the song. " I o,,k ,n
Moo," said Hetty, "lie's dancing, lie
likes the song." As she observed ihe
singing students she commented
"These kids are great . . . just listen "
She began the introductory Atmospheric Science course here
( " M o o and I brought an apple tothe
teacher the firs! day so we could be
Ihe teacher's pel") but only went
twice because she got the flu.
Between that and Ihe energy crisis
she was lorced In stop, bin she plans
to take the course as soon as possible
While sitting in the I ncside
Lounge, the backstage lor telethon,
Hetty observed that the acts. kids,
and atmosphere "make me think ol
North Carolina," She lived in
Chapel 11 ill. and was in ennlacl with
students h u m Ihe I nivcisity " I
North Carolina ( U N O
M o o likes the studio; he adapted
rigid away. Hetty did point out.
however, that "Ihe lights make Mm,
sleepy." Stardom hits not spoiled ill,
Ihree-yeat-old dog. " M o n ilocvu i
care about ihe weather." said II it.
Hetty discussed the icccin hi'ln
Moo .gut into while she was wall a,.
him one day, \ (icinian She pan!
one she says was "badly ii.inteil fv
his master." locked hisjaWMin M,,
Hetty kicked his jaws mini he lei
She hcisell was scialchcd
\l
even Iric'd to light." said II, n
Debbie Kolhclnld. a u i. u,, .
win kei. came hy lo ask Hell1, ,u •
II.mn pie she would I d . I,, i,
Ihiown al hei He 11 \ had -..,
h i e s - . i l l I..nil", she li>HI I hhh
she likes all pie"eviepl h.ui.n
It was in Ninth Carolina ili.u Hells ( i c o i g c l o i u u l Moo Ns she-said. I
humped n i l " Moo he was i.n
Mile " I he kids .1! I N( had k e n
taking some tale ol Moo. ilns IN w i n
he is c i m d i n u h l c 111 clouds Betlv
louud 0111 then thai Ihele vvcie no
annual NIICIICIN 111 North ( atolinu
She made ihe cotls.li action ol ,111
annual sheltci a peisonal cinsadc.
Buddy llacU-ll and \ l H i l l helped
hei raise ihe money
A local
\ek'lin.n 1.111 (who Hem Hunks had
nini e 111.111 .1 passing mlclesl in he 1 I
eel a i,IN
i ban.in ahill hall,in., "
I ovt-s Animals .nni hidi )n.i I I I O K .CIIOIIN level. II
Hissed III- Issues .lose In hei •
~ I he Humane Socicts eel- no h
l i o i n lilt ( i.ivcinincnl b o . i n
won;
civ. Ihe animal- <,;'
KM-.mli " sin- N.nd shew.nilil ' i
NO te.uhelsdiseilsN ihe h
mgcilicl lo.mimalN. she lech il.ai .1
inulci standing ol and seiiNiii
animal hie should he eiiuuit.i;uiungcl children Hei mam on,.
now IN ihe eluldlen al Vaudclh•••:.
I love those children." she s.,
I r o n t left: '73 ( hairpeople Ira Pedowitz and Sue Seligson; 7 4 (hairpeople David Taffet
and l o r i (ierlu'r
Above: Juhn t'imino; below: Bonnie brauth
Chairpeople Relax In Aftermath
by Mlllrca l l i r / b e r g
„.,,, s |,|| wnndcilllg vvlleie she was
I hey gave ihe expected lespoilscs.
I'eeung nvei iliiNieiN ol the
Ii.uidelappiiie elovvd. one could NCC
III.-eohu lid al langeinenl ol llle 1 oiu
I'IUN I wo singers as they huhbed and
weaved ihnuigh then last special
k . v p u i t t h e gul thai went with it,
when tasked I al lei how he lell. "I'm
,ns| M, happv "
W,,. h, . . n i l . n l with Ihe gland
ioi.il ,,l \ |> | s 1 74',' "Veiy satislicd.
"Now ihul we can look back ovct it.
il VV.IN a great espeliellcc but while
v\c weie in the nildsl ol planning we
almost went nuts W e leallv waul lo
ihank mil advisoi MINN Huchallcr
leiiditlon ol "Noii'vc (lot lo Have
I i lends." lelelhon'74 wasiivei and
.on
...in
and all Ihe eoiiiniiuee . hau men and
evotyuiic w ho came lo telethon lor
ovepl up in a NOI ol coiigiatulal
N
wei. il-. eii-ehairmen l o l i t / e i b e l
and David l . i l l . l
Men pi v . I.id I
plaid l.l.kel lo
dlaiigeil I oil del hei 11 inn llle aims
,,l hei pi,,ml l.ilhei
I l.nhoi mg Ihe holiqucl ol led
mses |liesented in Iniuol ol hei -lllh
making il Ihe M I I . O N il
\ ' we watched llle
hainhlll g l . n " dolls and
nig elcaicd away I asked
milled NIIIII and velveline hovvlie.
H i . n l l . i l l . l Nlood hi,mb.iided with
m i ' , and mind boggling questions
hnihd.iv. L o l l stood still bubbling
,,liei ihe long .4 hoiiis. Ihele they
w e i e . l l l i I vv,, people w ho since last
Im Ihe icsl ol Ihe evening ."We're
having a paily hu about an hour.
iheil we'll collapse." I lieu |oh IN not
I I , - , . do I gel I IIIN home"" asked a
:ml p,,inline I,, Ihe locking ehau
\lav have been icsponsihlc loi gelling IIIIN show o n the load,
quite nvei
I hcie aic thank
vnu
lellels lo wine toall llieci
hilling
.iiiciioin.il oil during the last hour. I
Uciiuinely happy and cKhauslcd
.ilwavs hope Im ell bin
lieie's I o n " he said ,IN he
VV.IN "
lent.lining
ka/ous hethen plans
NOUICCS and pledge* n, be lollowed
up
hllel V levvN lol llcsl veal's
ehaiiineii begin soon, NO ih.u
lelelhon .an he as in lie It a success as
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ihe lelelhon stagi -.he 10ee.nl
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and applause as she spoke.ihou1
e.neei ihe weathei and Mo,, s • •
-he VV.IN being hid lol a il.lt. .
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11. llliiuhelN Moo
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man ol I elltl.il ( .nine il ua- kudu,
Ihe liiildillg. Hetty v.a-. ion,,11
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9:00AM
1,.'.,'
lo h.uk Willi Ihe eselleuienl 1 In 11
and appl n o . earn. ,1-. tin. In.l.hn
2:00 PM Sat
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
dale
Willi
Belts."
In aim
"will g o l , , I iiiuWilliehn \\ din u,
Ihe U i i e i l o i ,,l Hi, I .impiiN t , !,'•
Said llellv: •Sounds gieai
», 1,
gonna have a hall 1 " I In-, blouglu
down
Ihe house
Said I 0
I oiiN.heiu lalei " I ilidn'l icnli/i a
would he on I \ . I gol kissed In Hi I
ly George!" |
So 0 n a I l e i vv a i d s
He 11 v
cameramen Horn WAS I g,,i •,
chance lo throw a pie at hei llellv
said they were looking l o i n aid 1,, ,i
Bui she lolled them, aptly,
h
brought the pic lo then laces kiss,
abounded in hei vietoiv .ind
appearance; she lell a happv
audience
TUESDAY, MARCH 2(>, 1 W
TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1974
by Barbara lischkin
I here were at least three telethons.
developing I ruin Ihe one 11 was
hei own KA's.
Hetty tleorgedidn't succumb. She
loiight hack, and her attackers got
happening onstage, backstage and in
the audience and nothing seemed to
til with anything else Vet, that
wasn't
really
what counted.
I vciyhody and everything eventually llowcd logethei It was selhshly
lun. iineiiiiimnnly alliuisiie and inevilablv headed loi success
Mayiu ( i n n i n g opened with ihe
llNiial loiinahlies and Hetty (lo.ige.
the pie instead.
Ihe entertainment ranged Irom
ihe led Mack-like quality ol the
vyalsh sisicis lo ihe
I raveling
Singer's evening gown version ol
"Jesus Chrrsi Superstar."
I here
weie
less o b v i o u s
dlllcrcncc-s between perl.iiiuers. Il
was mil own "Larry and Ihe AllSla.s." leelealmg llle llllies scene,
W A S I ' s weathei woman kepi il going.i lew hours laici
Of i'ies and turnabout
il,i
Mine money was I,used
liadillonal selling ol pies lo he
ihiown al Albany Slate eelebillies
Some victims weie decorated, others
veisus Union College's "Chet Arthur
and the I laming Aces." A inemhci
ni I , I I i v \ gioup summed u up
' I hey ouiclussed us. but we'ie
,:,.-show ihan u, mosl performances,
, h o ,„,„,, ,,!„„,, hid in the aucl'ons
latuiehiei " One had to agiee
lleluutely no/ laiiuehy and play•. Im inosi ol I n d a y evening was
got a laste and ihe unlucky ones had
ualluloncewiihthemajoipari.il
Ihe crust going in then hau
„ , l l t l , m „ , s t , aim's hand. Il included
| i.an ol siudeni Allans Neil Blown.
u h l l „.,,, ,,„ ,| K , a i m m i t t e e which
seemed laihei intiiindated by ihe
television cameras, which were taping segments ol ihe lelelhon lor
j ^ . , , "^.'levl's'iml " s i a l u . i i ' s ' T v ' m , me
Ilea Wilson, Slate Quad dining
im co-ordinalor. looked quite
. .
, .,. , , |,.i,.ii,., n sevenveais
loi men oil nisi leieinon. seven yeais
.old idem as she received one ol ihe
lusl pus ol the evening, puiehased
hy hei adnineis loi one bundled
|| 1C sh,iw waseiueeed b y d i l l c i e i i l
in individual mannels. Chaum a „ David 1 allel came up with Ins
dollars.
llei attitude might have been due
lo the good, still l o i n Collins she
admilled lu having had, ol ihe
knowledge that,
once back on ihe
quad, just retribution would be
simple.
Judy ('undo, annlhc,! pcisuitably
Iruin Slate, did not look neatly as
secure about the situation as she
succumbed to Ihe Iwo pics Ihiown by
shale ol quips In explaining a
,M, IM ,iii,i,ri:ii tape he said, " M i k e
| ),,ug|as isn'i heieJbul evciyone who
wil tches billion I V w i l l l h i n k l h a l he
| s ••
Backstage was loi stars and nonstars alike Musician John Simpson
lushedoul otilns way to a job while
biology and history majors practised
mi iheu guitars. Belly George's
weaihei dog Moo gol Ills picture
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
tnkun and Ins behind petted while a
| C ! | ! | w e | l known
contemporary
loained on all loins, searching lor
his inastei and totally/ignoring the
barring him I mmcampus,
| | K . eluuincn and co-chairmen
iau m and out, hut anyone with a
^ L ,ipi in credible lasciimlc lllcicol
p,, u s k L .;j do/ens ol technical
qncsiioas concerning microphones,
siools and the like.
l{l\n
, ,,t, a m ) u . n a . ^ a s
m urell
par
,
0
|
llu.w nut qinik leliuls and at tunes
lell asleep Al eight o'clock they had
sal in a ileal line behind the cameras.
creating a gap which only the brave
,
i
i
, .
A ,
dared to cross. A lew hours late i il
didn't mallei where anyone sat. I I .
indeed
anyone could sit.
|K.,M)|e
Al eight I ' M
Inday
Ihe tolal
amount tiiiscd wasjust $441. and by
iwo m the inoiiiing it had surpassed
I'.OIMI. Yet the final I igme surpassed
$15,000. It came in small change
solicited by Ulyse Sander, lelelhon
clown, in $100 bills lor pies and dales
and in assorted contributions. In
light ol the cause, the last-talking
money g r a b b i n g was perhaps
instilled.
PAGE FIVE
ABCs Of Marquee Snatching
by F r a n N a g r o d
Brian
Woods,
tollman's
ed
that
in t u r n , t o l d the Q u a d Coordinators
of
T h e y t o l d t h e D o r m Directors wt, 0
t h e a t r e recently e x p l a i n -
in t u r n told the Resident; Assistants
many
manager
letters
from
the
W o r d r e a c h e d t h e students and ||1C
theatre's m a r q u e e have been t a k e n .
letters w e r e r e t u r n e d . W i n n
He
w h o is n o w D e a n o f Residence, trio)
requests
t h a t if a n y students
h a v e t h e m t h e y be r e t u r n e d .
He
stated
that
Ihe
large
the
returned
I
T w o years ago w h e n the t h e a t r e
universities
under
scandal
the
of
had
rug
the
term-paper
a scandal
which,
intended
to do n o t h i n g about
" W h e n B o s t o n U n i v e r s i t y led t h e
successful
legal l i g h t
to
put
these
l i n n s o u t o f business, w c discovered
i n I h e i r files the n a m e s o l c u s t o m e r s
i h o s i r l ' o u n d gtftny o f infractions.
from
every
Boston College, Harvard University.
Ihe
Institute
A
of
t e c h n o l o g y , and t h e U n i v e r s i t y
of
institution
Boston.
We
in
found.
Young
('resident's
Organiza-
t i o n p a n e l d i s c u s s i o n w i l l he held o n
Massachusetts took no d i s c i p l i n a r y
the campus ol
a c t i o n a g a i n s t s t u d e n t s w h o s e names
N e w Y o r k at A l b a n y W e d n e s d a y at 7
w e r e f o u n d o n the c u s t u m e r lists o f
companies
that
were
selling
term
p a p e r s . S o m e r e f u s e d e v e n t o l o o k at
evidence i m p l i c a t i n g their students.
Stale University
of
p . m . m L e c t u r e (-'enter 2 4 . l o o r d i n a l
i n g t h e p a n e l is I r e d e r i c k
Bcrkely,
president ol G r a h a m M a n u f a c t u r i n g
Co..
T h e i n s t i l u t i o n s \ w h i c h d e c l i n e d to
t a k e a c t i o n d i d so q u i e t l y , o f t e n i n
public
Inc.. Uatavia.
Ihe
event
School
ol
Business:
the
h\
Zeta
the
Psi
Delta
Sigma
Pi; and
the
Ueta
w i n c h h a d g a i n e d possession o f the
I h e m c h a p i c i o l the n a t i o n a l s u n n i-
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m a n y i n s t i t u t i o n s , i n c l u d i n g schools,
s t o r i n g these m a t e r i a l s w i l l be c o n -
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PAGE SIX
issue has c o m e
held
I imcisiu
the Collegiate Pacing C h a m p i o n -
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tent with S A S U p o l i c y to w i t h h o l d
support
information
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b a n d ... r e f r e s h m e n t s ... a n d
mi
h a v e l o n g been a m a t t e r o f content i o n . O l i v i e r i claims t h a t n o w the
of
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f o r m a t i o n c o n t a i n e d in t h e l i l e w i t h
11 b o t h is
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T h e legislation was strongly sup-
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11. id need bv S e n a t .
William
York State.
disclosing such i n f o r m a t i o n to any
I eniei rccenlly. i n d i c a t i n g interest in
P a n e l speakers Will i n c l u d e .Joseph
president.
t i o n , the school is p r o h i b i t e d f r o m
w i t h their o w n c o m m e n t s has been
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Nunc nl the hills relating lo m a n l o r ihe A d v a n c e m e n t o f S c i e n c e .
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Boston
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University,
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mittee,
water
s i i i d e n l b o d \ ot t h e c a m p u s c l e c i s l o
Menu icli.
year
program
look lor i t , " Dr. Danielli noted.
Young Presidents Group
To Hear Panel
newspaper,
University,
major
metropolitan
reports t h a t five o f those institutions-
Massachusetts
investigator
H e a l s o s a i d t h a t he understood Hit
t h e y were r e l u m e d .
cimtimmt
made
the students involved, and p u n i s h e d . '
Northeastern
the
principal
mulrost below the planet's surface,
s h o u l d l i u v c ihe r i g h t t o assess u p o n
determine the guill o r innocence o f
weekly
lor
and
M a r i n e r studies s h o w that sufficient
Charles Fisher, Dean o f Residence ,
M r . Silber said.
become a national
universities
B o s t o n , Brandeis, a n d T u f t s U n i v e r -
•
evening i | K
he
N o details o f the negotiations were
' ,
weekday
significance
Senator J o h n F l y n n arid D e m o c r a t i c
t h e a t r e c a t e r s t o t h e student bod;
l o h e l p gel t h e i r letters b a c k . F i s h e r ,
it."
scandal."
educa.tionss
every
Biology
"swept
s a i d , has " n o w
higher
effect
ongoing
Theoretical
largely
the
Buf-
NASA
for
Mars,
whole
Chronicle,
"Ulll.Mr., ,
1
W o o d n o t e d w i t h s i u d c i i i ratesm
Center
is t o a n a l y z e the
production."
The
Buffalo's
policy."
t i n g a students Hie a n d state the pur-
b i l l that w o u l d a l l o w
students
D r . . l a m e s K. D a n i e l l i , d i r e c t o r o f
neighbm
universities, that they were not in-
i v e r s i t i e s i n the B o s t o n a r e a , a c c o r -
to
"good
v i t a l to
terested i n h a v i n g t h e names. T h e y
d i n g t o a n . a r t i c l e i n t h e M a r c h 25
proceedings
a
information
thai
widely
instituted
us
with
plained
light last a c a d e m i c year p r o m p t e d
grant,
o f o u r closest
the
p r o v e or disprove
d r e d s " o f names involved. He c o m -
M r . Silber s u i d j t h c r c we-e " h u n -
sities'
Administration
f a l o ' s scientists w i l l p r o v i d e
w h e n w e c h e c k e d w i t h these o t h e r
A t e r m - p a p e r scandal that c a m e to
three
i| K .
I h e l e t t e r s , he w o u l d l i k e In sec ilii-m
expensive for
h a d the s a m e p r o b l e m , t h e y a s k e d
other
although
Watergate
college
A
$120,000 N a t i o n a l A e r o n a u t i c s and
legislators a n d c i t i z e n s , as w e l l as t h e
a n d positions o f a l l persons inspec-
possibility o f life o n M a r s . U n d e r a
therefore, quite
w o u l d l i k e to get t h e m b a c k . "
The
thai
T h e school m u s t record t h e names
by Bob M*yer/(SASli)
the
a n d f u t u r e lite s e a r c h / e x p l o r a t i o n s
Term Paper Scandal Produce Varied
Responses From Boston Universities
Education.
stated
investigating
w h e t h e r o r m i l s l u d e i i i s had i a k c n
he m e r e l y w a n t e d t o a p p e a l t o t h e
Higher
Uas
arc
theater couldn't
students. " I f they d o have t h e m ,
The Chronicle of
response
Space
Petri
Woods, in a friendly manner, said
issue o f
no
Buffalo
t h a t the s m a l l e r red o n e s are f o u r . A t
letters.
administrative
thing,
S c i e n t i s t s at t h e U n i v e r s i t y C c n t e i
at
least f i f t y letters h a v e b e e n t a k e n . I t i s ,
theatre l o continue replacing stolen
varying
same
|> c l t l
made.
green
l e t t e r s are e i g h t d o l l a r s a p i e c e a n d
r e s p o n s e s f r o m the e i g h t m a j o r u n -
Bill Would Allow Students
Scientists Probing For
Access To College Records
Mars Life At SVNYB
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ALBANY STUDENT FHESS
J
AGE SEVEN
egon Deposit E 3 : J
Making Cleaner Highways
More Federal Loans Next Fall
high percentage o l these were Iro
In John Lanier
by Neil Klolz/(CPS)
neighboring states without depo:
CPS) Aftejr more than a year m
WASHINGTON—After
some
laws. The percentage of beverage®
j ifl'ect, an Oregon law requiring
containers in over — all litterijg congressional infighting, a recent
J ieposits o n all bottles, cans and
dropped from 37 percent to 18.9 per-!-:] House compromise hasj. virtually
f. other beverage containers is being
cent.
S gnaranteecTAhat students from mid$ called a resounding success in
And the deposit law seems to haveja dle income families will have an
| eliminating roadside litter.
resulted in a reduction in litter inig easier time getting subsidized federal
•:•: A study by the federal E n general in the state. A researcher l o r g guaranteed loans next fall.
vironmental
Protection
Agency
A n informal compromise just
the Oregon Department of E n - «
jlj (EPA) of the first six months under
vironmental
Quality
( D E Q ) g j reached in the Special Education
jj: Ihe law found an 81 percent decrease
Subcommittee! of the House has
reported that "The bottle bill has
:|i in roadside bottle litter. And since
cleared the way for.the elimination
created an atmosphere where people
I three - quarters of the containers
of the "needs t e s t e r many of next
litter less." He said that in the six
lawhich the EPA found (along the
year's Guaranteed Student Loan
month period alter the law went into
state's roadside were non — retur'iJ-jnables purchased befoe the law went effect total roadside litter decreased (GSL) applicants/
62.9 percent from the year earlier.
The agreement came after conJijinlo effect, the actual decrease is
siderable dispute in the House over
I closer to 90, percent, according to the
I he DEP found that while in OcOregon Environmental Council.
tobcr. 1972 there were 100 bcveragcS amending one section o f the GSL
The b o t t l e bill, legally the
containers in litter along a givenjij program— the needj analysis—
M i n i m u m Deposit A c t , " went into
road inline stale, by October I973JJ without totally reevaluating federal
1
licet on October I, 1972. It rethere were only 10, most of t h e m g funding for higher education . |
hires a deposit be placed and
from out of state.
»
Under the previous law, any stucollected on all bottles, aluminum
Soli drink and beverage container:;:* dent applying lor a GSL had to
cans and other beverage|containcrs
manilacturers have twice attempted$; prove financial "need" in order to
old in thcstatccanberclundcd to the
to reverse the law. but the courts:;? qualify for government payment of
customer when the container is
have upheld its constitutionality.
:•:; loan interest during the student's
returned. It also made lliptop or pull
And now even the industry hasad-.g school vears. The needs analysis was
lop containers illegal in Oregon.
milled that il is a success. An a r t i c l e ^ determined hy an independent
According to the EPA report, in
in the November issue of the|:? testing association which analyzed a
the winter of Iy7l there was an
n a t i o n a l trade maga/.inc "Softs? lamily's financial statement and
average ol 369 beverage containers
Drinks" Mates lhal "preliminary i n - g reported how much the lamily was
per mile per month along the stale's
dications are lhat the "bottle bill' i s S supposed In pay toward a student's
$ highways.
By winter 1972. the
succeeding in its purpose u f S educational costs.
liminating container liller.'
Stave rage had dropped to 51, ana a
eliminating.
Nixon Campaigning To Hold Office
by Frank Cormier
W A S H I N G T O N A P President
Nixon looks more like candidate
Nixon every week, this time campaigning to serve out his term\.
Through trips, news conferences
and public appearances, the cmbattled president is making a determined effort to present himself as a
confident, activist leader who can
overcome the Watergate tide and
complete the last 34 months in office.
This
week's two-day
trip to
Houston, alter earlier journeys to
Miami.
H u n l s v i l l e , Ala., and
Chicago, amounted to a typical campaign foray. Some items:
-Nixon's unannounced dawn visit
to an old-time Houston drugstore
was roughly equivalent to shaking
hands at a laclory gate during a
presidential primary.
-1 he
Houston
press
room
leaturcd a tree bar. a lixture ol
presidential campaigns. In this case.
however, the boo/e was supplied by
the National Association ol Broadcasters, whose convention Nixon
a t t e n d e d , rather than by a
Kepublican campaign committee.
-A "media event" was staged when
Nixon's limousine pulled into the
garage at his hotel. A band,
cheerleaders and several hundred
noisy partisans were on hand.
I raveling reporters, expecting a routine arrival, were surprised to be
hustled into the concrete cavern
I rum their buses by While House
aides who displayed the urgency ol
ships'crewmen conducting a lifeboat
d u l l during wartime. Police with
dogs kept all others at a distance.
John Ii. Connally. the lexas
I )e m o e r a t e- t u r n e d - Re .publican,
recommended last summer that
Watergate's inroads
made it
necessary
lor
N i x o n t o . in
elleet.mount y liesh campaign lor
the ollice he won by a landslide 16
months ago. Ihe President rejected
the advice.
Since
t h e n . White
House
counselor Bryce Harlow and others
have renewed the recommendation
with more notable success. Press
Secretary Rond I.. Zicgler has said
the current Nixon campaign was
planned in January and will continue as Congress moves ahead with
its impeachment inquiry.
U n t i l last year under the
provisions of the Higher Education
A c t o f 1965, the government
automatically had paid the interest
subsidies fo£all students with a family income of under $15,000.Stuaents
'*frorn wealthier families also got low
cost loans, but not interest subsidies.
However, in 1972 Congress had
amended the law to provide interest
payments for all students who could
prove financial need regardless of
family income. That change went
into effect last March..
been comprehensive /hearings on all
federal student assistance programs.
Such comprehensive hearings in the
.Education Subc
in a few weeks.
Supporters of the 1972 amendment had said its purpose was to extend aid to a broader range of
students, not to apply the needs test
to the u n d c r - $ ! 5 , 0 0 0
group.
H o w e v e r , the Department of
Health, Education and Welfare
( H E W ) had interpreted the amendment to mean thai all applicants had
to pass the needs test.
In the
reached.
I *
[ *
! *
*
*
*
Two weeks ago the Senate passed
an amendment to a House bill that
would eliminate the needs test for all
loans applied for by the underSI5.UU0 group. This amendment
sponsored byClariborne P c l l ( D - R I )
was sent back to the House Education and Labor Committee.
More important will he u-n,
prehensive hearings on ledeia! r«i
dent aid to be held nc\lrtu>mh Iln
U.S. Office " I
LducaiK.o li.i
proposed a radical change m tin
GSI.:. eliminate the eonl-mm•••nv
over needs analysis by eliminating .til
interest subsidies. I he adinmistia
lion has openly staled ih.it it w.mt
One aim ol Nixon and his men,
apart
I r o in p r e s e n t i n g
the
President's point of view, is to
bolster a claim that the chief executive enjoys greater public support
than public opinion polls indicate.
I his is no ordinary campaign. Ihe
President is "running" to stay exactly where he isand a majorobjeclive)s
to show he enjoys public love and
respect lhat could damage any
me in burs ol Cong i ess who might
vote lor impeachment.
Opposition to the Senate bill in
the House had centered oin the
desire ol certain
Republican
members, led by Albeit Quic (RMN)/and John Dellenback (R-OK).
lhal the (iuaranteed Loan Program
not be tampered wuh until there had
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AU5ANY STUDENT
ttiaaatuaaa
•ss
Ihe compromise is essenliulh the
same as the Pell amendment DM
needs test
for
mulci-M \OIHJ
group except lhal tt? requires the
student and school provide the lending bank with more financial inhumation than betore.
Sources in the Ldncatnin s ,h
committee have said lhe\ expvj iln
present change in the GSI nh.yi.nii
lo be onl> an interim solution
probably onl) in elleet hu ilk I H M
school year.
MnttHlllliilMKIIHIINMIIHIIINIHIlNMIIMIIlri
••T"T"
was
As a result the number of
guaranteed loans granted from
March to December of last year was
off .12' ^compared Ho 1972, when the
needs test had been applied to the
lower middle income group.
and of course
J
compromise
M a n y c o m p l a i n e d that the
organization's estimates were not
realistic because the inflationary
period the economy has been in put
the needs analysis totals at least Iwo
years behind,
[ K)g[EflNEWSRADI0G4}G
I
end,
I he school will have lo slatt the
total cost to ihe student ,is vull .is
disclose what other financial aid in
addition to the t i S I . the student Kill
be receiving. Ihe student must caw
the lender a statement as it. ihe
lamily's adjusted annual moone .is
well as ihe amount the parents «nl
actually contribute, not uh.it mm
testing group said ihe\ should i mi
tribute.
Subsequently, some students from
families with incomes under $15,000
were judged to have "zero need" by
the testing organization.
Meanwhile
Senator
James
O'llara
( D - M I) introduced a
separate hill into the House lhat
would eliminate the needs test lor
lamilies with incomes under $20,000
applying lor loans ol less than $2,000. I hat bill was sent to the House
Subcommittee j on Education, of
which O'llara is chairman.
11*•••***•«••»•• i
There had also been some opposition to making loans so easy for
students to obtain that they wuuld
borrow more than they needed and
not be able to pay it back later. I he
current .loan default rate is hclueen
four and ten percent, consideieil
high by some members of the house
committee.
to make the Bask
I ttuc.it .J!
Opportunity G i a n l i l U )( n n»>! iln
GSL the major conduii in. <\ • • '•
lheBO(j'progiainhasbcL-u uuh
erilici/ed
because sinci I K O
analysis is applied b\ a tuMmj;
vice lar to moved lioni eomult.iii'
with a la mil) and (letciinitutHoi .
ils real abilil) lo pay. hacuisi. MM
Imum BOO grants are'MM") a M .•
considered small in light ol UHIHH
now i isiug up tp "i^MlO a w i
because getting a l i O d u i u i l u
long complicated process ul ap-phlion that discouiagcs stiuleiii'
applying loj them and hcL.iu^ "
analysis usually oils out iln mtt!<'
income student
Batllchucs have l o l i u a l m , ! i
House tor what promises n> I"
massive light ovej highei eihu.ii:'
lunding. O'Haia und oilier mti
gresspeople have been paincul.iH
adamant/in demanding litre »>i l " v
public tuition, and cnuci/inji i'11
administration, the ( anugu < " " '
mission and the Comiiuttce ' "
P.conomic Dovclopment Iin piop«<>
i n g l h a l public college tuitums he m
creased. Higher tuitions wmiM p.u
lieularly hint the middle dus\ . H
dent, they have said
New Marijuana Reports9
Students Are Turning Off To 'Casual Sex'
Findings Disagree
An exhaustive study of Jamaican
field workers who smoked extremely
potent Ganja for an average of 17
years, apparently shows no harmful
effects in chronic heavy marijuana
use. Thus claims the January 1974
issue of AAmorphia
Report, San
Francisco publication of Amorphia,
u group seeking to end marijuana
prohibition.
The January Report cites the 18
month research project sponsored
by the U.S. Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare, in which a
battery of physical, mental, psychological, and work-performance
Icsls were given to a set of 30 chronic
marijuana smokers and .10 nonsmokers, I he Report says that the
cannabis smokers had smoked beauIs lor seven lo thirty seven years.
I csts were said to have been conducted at University
Hospital.
Kingston.
I lie maga/mc article summan/ed
Ihe government report, noting
"Clinical tests showed no significant
dillerenccs between smokers anil
controls m blood picssure. pulse
r a t e , e n / v iocs, o i
n una r v
metabolites, no heart or liver
damage
I r o m s m o k i n g pot.
( liioinusnme bicakagc was slighilv
more licqucnt in non-smokers, and
chrnnic cannabis use has no signiticaiil
elleet
on the
mitotic
chromosomes ol human peripheral
blondlv mpliocvles."
An
respirators
Clark Says Prison
Terms Too Long,
Nixon Should Resign
A l l i A N Y (AI')Kanisev t lark.
Inimci l ! S. attorney general, Sund.iv called Iin I tic impeachment ol
1'icsidenl \ i \ o n and said he expected Nixon would resign.
( l i n k said " I ongicss willgn.isi.il
.is ihe people demand." adding lhat
( ungicss would ,ici oiilv
ihcv m
Msted on i l . " I lie atlornes general
dining Ihe l.isi vcais " I Ihe .IOIIIIMIII
\dtlliuiMialioil said inipcicliincnl
u.is needed in mainlani iniegnlv "in
iiiiisiiiniinii.il guvciiiincni "
lie ,iK.i ciiuci/ed "unacceplahle
coiiipiniuises" ill Ihe icsigiialion ul
\ nv I'tesidenl Spun \gncw. vvtin
was allowed lo plead "nolo coilleildcie"ui a ciiinnial ehalgc and ev
cipe ,i |ad sentence I lie Agncw
piuvediue was leinicd "as eorllelll
|inliiusiil law as,inv ease can he." In
" I h e inuldie .lass sliidt'Ml
said,"is caught in a siU1.1i"1"
which his parents pinvid.
ovei whelming hulk ol "•
money, yel he is mil abb | " 'i 1 1 • | l "
lot lederal linan. ial aid
"... Psychiatric tests revealed no
'nonacute , lingering, or irreversible
neuropsychologic effects in chronic
smokers., the data clearly indicating
that long-term (pot) use by these
(subjects)
did
not
produce
demonstrable intellectual or ability
deficits. There was no evidence to
suggest schizophrenic effects or
brain damage.'*
I he terms "nonacute. lingering,
or irreversible" are ol course subject
in less than reassuring inlerprela
lions, as is another phrase taken by
\ m n r p h i n Irom the researchers'
report: smokers were less "impatient
with ward routines and discipline."
I I.ul-
''•ml
'
I he double siandaid shll picwiils.
"None ol ihe Vining men we uiici\icwcd,"
say iln
Woodwaids.
'w ould aiinul being ,i \ ngm and
niosi scemetl l " leel lhal se\ was
lhen i ighl in .inv i lose icLilitinslup
Km lew u o i i K i i cnduisetl such a
casual ..ppioaih lo sex "
I Ik .iiuhi\akiiccol siudeni values
uilecls ilk cimlused siandaids >.l
then |>.nenls
Di
MoskowiW
elaiins "" 1 itdav's students have been
In iheii attempt to cope with peer
pressure, myths and misinlormat i o n , siudenls ate
developing
solutions ol then own. Contrary to
ihe heliel lhal co
ed dorms breed
piunusciniv. Dr. I'enson claims,
"t o
ed iloi ins tend to create incest
Icehngsanuing residents..drivere'san
uuu nllen i ule lhal dictates against
dating aioiind in tone's own rehidcn" - l l cdlege." <,)!ll^utnnpus gruup
hving ai i.ineeiniTrs'!''tVflled "neslnig"
M'IH.M lo he. and someump are
mp iil nail mairiages'. rl$ut more
niuii
ihc\
are "attempts hy
s i u d e n i io catve out an island ol
Nlahililv amid social llux."
Such
cioups m.i\ iiiiu.iie the lamily strucline wuh members assuming the
IOICS ol absent parents.
I hese hchavioi patterns, .savs the
Met a l l \ i c p o n . ma\ well he what
I 11 Moskow i i / c.iIls. "a giound
••ucll ol
sexually
experienced
student- who have decided ..a> emluace sciuiidaiv \iiginiiv lather
than Loiiiinue io pay the psychic
eosis ol casual sex."
I he Wotul wards conclude:
"When i he iiiMghlsaud hindsights ol
iik-ilft.il and sot. ial counselors are
iil tied io
ilu
siudenls
own
esiniiiHi\. a latherunliheialiiig piciii e ol i ainpus hie emciges.. I his
mil A\SA\ Imiu Lasual sexual
i l.iii.iiisliip-.
inav he pail ol a
uliui.'
wuh swmh loi some kind
•I ven-,, .ni.l s, t HI 11 \ mail ullieiuisc
n ^ I .. .onl insecure- sociclv."
funded hv student association w
wants
YOU
w
n
n
is on his way!!!
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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, L974
TUESDAY, MAM* "II -'•
< i tul ,iv \ it loi i.i ii pi mien . It i el uses
in .iccepi wiguirtv as j icasoiiahle
>v.i\ ..I Iik- Il .illowsiin choice
it's
llhei.ilinil oi iiolliuij! " \s a coitscLpieuce, siudeiilsaie uhici.iui loihs,iiss then -.t. \ii.il aclivilies.
()ne
M u I n c . i ii
sciiiiM
ink!
the
U o i u l u . i u k thai "il would hecasici
lo nueiMcw ,i lioinoscxnal lh.ni lo
ltml .i viigin willing lo i.ilk." and a
social woikci al l't I \ commented.
"It's pieltv .iwkwaul k11 a student
lieu- io .ulnni lhal he oi she is u
getting mixed signals from (heir
parents and so they have to pick and
choose." He has critical words tor,
the
religious
institutions,
traditionally a stabilizing point lor
teenagers approaching adulthood:
"Instead we now get young priests
and lahhis who leel that it they espouse 'contemporary' views, they
can seduce young people .into their
congregations."
THE
COMMANDER
II"'
|HI
diils. Ihe iiiciil.ilK iclaiili'il ami Ihe
lllislahlc ih
hcloni! in |nisniis
t lark s.ml New 1 m l ""ale's
n,iinle s\siein was autii|iialcil. ' " cllccliM' ami iii.iliniial
lie s.ml
pill ilk' o l l l i c l s iM'ie cxpeclcil to plav
Ihe ioIcs ul "eillnicei anil pal "
Ihe Woodwards believe the sexual "myths" lhat abound on campus
becloud statistical inhumation
peel piessuie icsiillulg
l i o i u ihe s^Mi.il'ievolulion which
allows, il m.i encoinages sexual acnvitv ..„ campus has. according m
Di I ee
eie.ilcd "a new sexual
itk-ol..gv lih.il) is as d.ciaioi,aland
o
<J
to know that
I d Ills
.Iclllllll.llll/C
hum
les .mil m.iki ich.lhlllUlioll
^.iill
"Short ol peeping into keyholes,
there is...no way ol knowing how
main ol ihe 10 million college
students have had sexual intercourse." However the just published
f t-nuilc and Male: Dimensions of
Human Svxuafily,
hy Dr. Llainc
I V i s o n and D i . William V. l.ce indicalesthal "Hv the age ol 2l),40perceill ol all while students Irom midclass lamilies or heller, no
t llc
longei arc \irgins.
I hese lamilies
produce the hulk ol today's college
population."
University
Concert
Board
W.IV
he
In gathering data lor the article
updating student attitudes toward
tile M.'\ual revolution they inherited
(ruin then olderhrothersand sisters,
a nt h o i s
Kenneth and
Hetty
Woodward talked lo hundreds ol
viiung men and women, mam ol
whom reflect the leelings ul the
Miclugan co
ed who said. "I
sometimes wish I were in college ten
u . i i s a g o . whenpeoplejustdated. I
ilimk I would have been happier."
::¥::
( I.iik spokeat the Male I imcivi
is ,ii Vllijnv Schoid id ( iiniinal
lllsta, and dcviilcd iimsl ul Ins Im„i.,| i, m.iiks lu .HI attack nil pusolls
.ni.l iln p
I.' svsicin
he said Ihe innsi in..si vlolcnl
s .liuiild l>c Hie unlv olleuses
sli.ihlc In I. Mils Inllgcl lll.m live
|MI,I
hlli mini.I i i . . l , i i i . | i l . i i l i . i s i l i n i i i l
ICI in slim i i i limn i i " ' u ' a i i
Wlnlc cilliiia I.n the pliiiMiiu out
,,| imsiills anil u l
is ol pinole
,IIK -..nil alcoholics, .ul
M ,K-
produced a mass o! inlormation on
human sexuality available t o the
public, most college level students
remain relatively ignorant on the
subject. Dr. Kicluud V. Lee,director
ol medical clinics at the YuleSchool
ol Medicine says. " I h e notion that
young people know more about sex
IIKMI iheir parents has not been
demonstrated in my medical praclice."
According to the Mcl'all's report;
"Hundreds ol ihousands of young
Americans are entering college to
lind themselves in the middle ol a
sexual revolution they did not create
hm one that has shaped iheir
lives...Many students now lind lhat
sexual liberation has not been
I he New
York
1 ones on liberating at all." The new-found
\uvcmbci 21 reported una UniverIreedom has not only tailed to solve
sitv ol I'cniisvlvama sludv in which
old problems, but has created a
pci suns injected with doses ol l i l t
whole set ol new ones, causing
equal i n Kill-2110 (units showed whai
siudenls lo "lorvk wistlully back to
the experimenters labeled dangerous
ihe davs when dating, not mating
elicits, mitablv a vastlv increased
was [he expected behavior on campulse i ale and an anxious state ol
pus,"
mind ,
St'condar) \ Irninilv
Wink- sluilcnls nlten sav the)
"ll now seems clear." s.i\ iln
have no piiiblemsdriving while ston\Soiul,iuls. "lhal .illei .1 pcnod ul
ed, the November issue ol Clu'ttiiur)
pi mi ii sen* HIS st \n.11 expci itnenlalepoilcd on a iccenl Danish study
itnii, ,i giovvnie ntimbci ol \miug
which indicated thai marijuana has'
men .UKI uoiiieuaicenibtacmg what
"a nunc piuiiniuiced elleet than
t oliiiiiliia I in\ei sil\ ps\ ehialnsl
alcohol on nine and distance estimaloel Mnskowit/ calls Secondary
tion."
vngniitv" ,i sell
imposed ehasiiy
\ i n u i p h i a . a wesl coast group, is
i»'in ul stxual disilliisionnieni. mlike .inv other uileiesl group except
seeuiiiv .iml. olteniimes emoiional
thai i he thing il is interested in is iluuituMitn '
legal lis ucvvslctlcl is printed symhuhi.illv
in gieen. I.ike man)
II.i\ I I I ^ miei \ ieued campus
.m.iihei
group ul enthusiasts, i nun .elois. |isychmtlis|s
.iml
Yincnpliia claiins lo have the e\ iieetdogisis .is well as students, ihe
.i n s w c i s In b i g
pi u b l e m s . Wooduaids nuke seveial obsei" Yiiiuipliia's long i.inge objeclive is \.ii
s ahoul cuneui auitudcs
the iiun-cunicicial legali/utioii ul low,ml SLN on Liiinpus and the
marijuana, vvuh ihe lesnlling icasojis IKIIIIKI ihem
icsuuiccs used lu create a uuii-piolit
tniiiiil.iliun I in cunsliuctive social
change."
I hough lK sexual icvoliiiion ha*,
mini
I
his ven lie explained
the '\c-ncw case saving "powcl had
lis
" I sometimes think we're all vielims ol' the new morality." says a 22
year
old U C L A senior interviewed lor the just
released April
MeCullarticle H/n )<>unn l'eo{>lt'
Arc Turning Away Train Casual
Sex. "When lwasgrowingup.it was
regarded as lahoo to admit you
weren't a virgin. I oda\ it's almost
ihe reverse. II you're a virgin you're
cousiiiered a enriositv."
II the Jamaica study as quoted in
Amurptiia's nevvsleltel is on balance
lavorable
lo marijuana, other
evidence has been turning up which
c.inld damage the case ul ihe
\ m u i phla people.
( i.nk. .ii
declaied candidate Im
ilnDcmociuiii
I *s
Senate
IUSMIIIC.
One admissions directm leu'iit^
expressed ihe plight ol ihe unddl'
class lamihcss he meets iln^ M M "
loo much money to gel aid. , ' 1 1 1 "'
enough to a l l o t d luiluni
problems were
.issociatcd wuh nmiiiuana useitsell.
but subjects who regularly smoked
anything (tobacco or pot) were at
greater risk of...less oxygen in inhaled air...There was no evidence of
organic brain damage in either
smokers or controls."
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
PAGE NINE
¥
KM Says World-Wide Advertising
Degrades Image Of Women
Snell Report Finds
G.M., Ford Aided
Nazis In WWn
(ZNS)
mittee
A U.S.
Senate
has been t o l d
Motors
and
a
U.S.
subcom-
that
General
number
ol
other
by
intelligence
Snell
owned
found
G.M.
percent
contributed
nearly
90
'Nule*
3-ton
forts during World W a r Two.
than
American corporations
70
Snell,
an
economic
of
the
of
heavy
quoted
Ford
half-tracks
and
of
subsidiaries
and
percent
medium
Bradford
that
by
s u b s t a n t i a l l y t o t h e G e r m a n w a r ef-
reports
(CTSCuT)-
Armour
the
more
Reich's
duty
trucks."
trust
subcommittee,
Ford,
G.M.
and
handsomely
testified
Exxon
during
that
profited
the
war
than
a n y t h i n g G . M . w a s p r o d u c i n g in the
allies and the axis p o w e r s .
• Snell, in a copywrighted statement
w e l l as m a t e r i a l r e p o r t e d l y c o n t i n u e d
tablishing subsidiaries
began
in
es-
Germany
i n t h e I 9 2 0 ' s a n d ' 3 0 ' 2 . G . M . , as a n
example,
largest
acquired
A d a m Opel A . G .
company
awarded
- i n 1929, he s t a t e s .
the
order
G o l d e n Eagle t o a G e n e r a l
lexecutive,
tagle
and
the
Nazi
of
the
Motors
Nazi's
contributions
expanding
G.M.
and
Kord
plants
in
war
to
the
machine
in
1938.
fiscate
many
trolled
ol
the
foreign
companies.
American-owned
permitted
to
private hands
were
operating
in
as l o n g as t h e y t u r n -
ed o u t t a n k s a n d p l a n e s i n s t e a d
ol
automobiles.
How
I he
UN's
Commission
on
study.
to be
t h e most
is
insidious
o l h u m a n beings.
" W o m e n are used as sex o b j e c t s to
promote
sales,
or
portrayed
as
M u t i u / i n e cover* represent the stereotyped
masculine
they
ol
the
multinational
cing
social
status
"II
by
the
m e d i a as c h i l d r e n o r sex o b j e c t s , t h a t
One
final
irony
in
this
whole
is t h e k i n d
ol
s e l l - i m a g e they
quisitcs
to
a
Inend.
Wail
until
marijuana
p e n a l t i e s , has d i a s l i e a l l s
toughened
its l a w s l e g a l d i n g t h e g i l t o l a | o m l
U i u l c i I n d i a n a ' s new l a w . anv p e r -
beaulilul
but
dent
uti
men
and
receiving
men,
Men. on
l o r d a m a g e s i n f l i c t e d b> U . S . planes
o n ( i . M . w a r l a c t o n e s in G e r m a n s
B r i t a i n r e p o r t e d that b r o a d c a s t i n g
and
newspaper
advertisements
that c o u n t r y had "recently
in
attracted
c r i t i c i s m because o l a t e n d e n c y
in
use the f e m a l e a n a t o m y in a t t e m p t s
Following
Snell's
lestimons.
G . M . released a b r i e l s t a t e m e n t . s a v ing
m
eltoct
"Several
other
cor-
is
and
a
parallel
nagging
between
and
dumb
ele I o m b l a c k s t h a t m o s t p r o d u c e r s
fiave n o w
been s h a m e d o i i i o l p o i -
Haying."
and
peiks.
bUimh
Iiagile
,nul
s
pound-
.i
ng.
elegant
and
as
being
agreed
that
b e a u l i l u l . and
.asiing
lends
suppiiciv"
"pushers
Saul
Sew
to
poiliay
a
l/NSl
I h e A t o m i c I nergy C o i n -
and
" I h e dav
ul
Us p r o p o s e d
"last
breedei
pliiionium
nuclear
well-established
iole
known
deadly
to
seienceand
r e a c t o r " a n d the 2 2 0 0 - p a g e r e p o r t i n -
leiuaiiis
h u n d i c d s - o ! i h u i j v u u l s o l sears
New
^lio
dtug
added that
the u n l \
people
w i l l get " d e a l s " h o i i v p o l a e a i e
m i n i nieis.
that
mass
media
um
report
said
be 401) b r e e d e i
in o p e r a t i o n
bv
the
year
waste\ l
i
ihe
radioactive
tid
I loin
ol
the
niicleai
il
women
a targci
School
ot
Disoideis
establishment
ol
al
I) I
•.::!.
Acquainted
Party tor all un
d e i g t a d majors a n d interested paten
of
Atmospheric
Science
The
Undergraduate
Psychology
Society will present a talk by Di
fucker
ol
Ihe
University
s
S I In
| ,,od anil l > n i "
Counseling
It
nexl
English
d e r y r a d u u t e English rnU|Ors, d e c l a r e d
or i n t e n d e d , a r e invited to a t t e n d o
1
general
interest
meeting
d l e g a f l v h a i i m - d i h . u •« • >: 1 > 1
W e d n e s d a y , M a r c h 27 in ihw Cumpus
Center Fireside Lounge o l i p m
l i t t l e as o n e pot c i g a r e t t e can be c o n -
c o d e " w h i c h e n a b l e s p o l i c e I * > check
dav
lmiales
\ i e t e d o l a Icloiiv a n d sentenced t o 20
irn m e d i a l els w b e t h e l a d r u g ar restee
breeder
years
lias ever s u p p l i e d i n s i d e d r u g i n l o i -
v e a i s w i l l be a n incredible%H t r i l l i o n ,
eventually
mat i o n t o p o l i c e .
i h e A I . ( ' says
m a i c i l a l s , a u g u r e so h i g h t h a i c r i t i c s
donoi
l lie
Upon
the second
tin l u c k )
cigarette
c a n ie< .*ive a life sentence i n
p i I M I 11
cooperated
w n h p o l i c e in l he pas I. new s a i d , w i l l
I ci iv N e w . t h e d u e l i n a l d e p u t y
lor
People w h o have not
Marion
Count)
in
the
In-
be p r o s e c u t e d as v i g o r o u s l y
a n d as
aboui
woman
ol
program
over
the
the next 46
I h i s w o r k s o t i i to he
% .U,000
anil
developing
lor
child
every
in
the
nun.
United
C 8<#UMM*
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Vwdm '1.00
I KM
and
lo
dispose
ot
ihe
cond m e e t i n g will be held un M o n d a y .
, i n Ihe
mallei
April I ut 5 p.in
| |)L.
eoini
| > ,\
lor
lo.xic
believe I hat p l u l o m u i n c o l l i s i o n s a n d
accidents aie likely
lyivel
1()|tj
entN
I lie s o - c i i l l e i l " b l e e d e r r e a c t o r s "
O n e o t h e i l i a z a u l p r o d u c e d hv lite
pieseiice
ol
plutoniiiiii
is
| (u. |
|)
,|K.
it a n d b u i l d a u u c l e a i b o m h
eheimcal
p l u l u i i i u m luel
than
use
1 l o r n ihe p o i n t
uji
ot
nuetcal
pliyMCisl
Aithui
A l t
lainplin
o
| } .\
\ i e w o l i h e A l o m u I neigv * o i n i u i s
warns
" l l we go i n t o this p i o g r a m ,
(
i h e w o r l d u g o i n g l o have l o lea i n l o
.
l u e l lias a n o b v i o u s a d v a n t a g e
live
| h | |
e a v ir o i i m e n l a l i s i s .
Hut
excess
wnh
ih
possibility
ol
nueleai
blackmail
,
h a u l " il
| l M m d tii.it
reiiiauicd
I' I "
:
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who
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you
musf
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'
13. Smoke
The D e p a r t m e n t
Watchers
have
any
Office
of
International
receives
regularly
ot
and
an-
in lei n a t i o n a l
research
to g r a d u a t e
giants
students
a n d scholar, will be on the campus at
t h o u g h t about q u i t t i n g , be sure to at-
SUNYA, on W e d n e s d a y night, M a r c h
tend either Tuesday or
27,
Wednesday,
;
Society
of
Physics
present a talk by Dr
I N G THE T R U T H : C A N BLACKS SUR-
University
V I V E I N A SOCIETY T H A T THEY DID
C o m m i t t e e Office
The
Hours in CC 3 0 8
10 I 1, 2 4, Thurs. 3 : 3 0 - 4 : 3 0 , Fri,
Students'
Meditation
sent
International
Society
on
(SIMS) will pre-
introductory
lecture
Meditation
on
on
1 3 Come in oi till it out a n d d r o p it in
tianscendental
the g u p e box in the l o b b y of the C a m -
M a r c h 27 at 8 p . m . in LC 5. M i c h a e l
pus Center (across f r o m info desk).
Miller will b e the guest lecturer.
Problems
with
the
A
University
Wed.
action
horn
please
the
University
mistake
was
made
calendar.
in
The p i a n o
contact
Mitch
be
a m lo I 0.00 a m I can be r e a c h e d at
co m u l l e d in the O f f i c e of Inter n a t i o n a l
489 83 36
for
the
Cerebral
lor
u
good
idea
for
Uiplomal Seminars conducted 1)/ our
of
Di.-pt
data
Teachers
and
Courses
research
Iheory
Duvrd l J eok en
the
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Thursday, M a r c h 2 8 , M A R K O F THE
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Middle
to
Colleges
sponsoring
Intercollegiate
Festival M a y 2 5, 1974
the
Folk
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50 u n i o l e u i
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Apol
college
stu
Bib
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Foi
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Its free.Svnil for it:
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pulMion will be h e l d , limited to the tirst
tjunl
EAT.
concerning
ihe
festivities u n d a p p l i c a t i o n s write
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lerostod
"
s p e a k i n g on the subject: SPEAK'
M a r c h 26th or 27th at 8 p.m. at State
and
interested folk
The
Wednesday
TUKSDAY. MAH< 'I I .'
and
d a y , M a r c h 30 at 8:30 p.m. in PAC
Dan De Palma, Ab7
The B a h a i C l u b will hold
1___
African
4 in Campus C e n t e i 308.
que si tons,
discussions on the B a h a i Faith every
M
of
n o t i o n kick the h a b i t . II you've e v e r
that
Center l o i Inter A m e r i c a n Studies m SS
Deadline
floor
Will be r e p e a t e d Friday at 4 p . m . in
d a y that Dr J a m e s C o n e , n o t e d a u t h o r
method
nu,hi million dollai bomber to succeed
[^Deadline Wednesday, March 27 J R ^ g M ^ w .
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application
Thursday
Assembly H a l l . For m o r e info, c a l l Holly
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be
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g i v e n by B e v e r l y C o h e n will be Satur-
sell
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Albany
by or b r o u g h t to N o r a on W e d s . I r o m 2-
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Fri,
12:10.
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sign up lor a v i e w i n g at the Placement
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commodate students wilhoul m e a l t u n
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who
nominates
there.
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gcnciate.
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be o p e n ot 12 n o o n on Sundays to at
A se
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rail s l u p u i e n l s a veai w i l l he i c q u u e d
l e e d | w o v e a i s . i f " I" • >•
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last as p o s s i b l e .
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Clinic is holding a benefit dance
sponsored by the Student Nurses
Organization of SUNYA.
that
icpoit
for
to \»- held
Ll,nle
Ihe
Masses
p . m . in C h a p e l House.
The C a m p u s Center S n a c k b a r will
All un
s e p a i a t e b u i u i l d i s p o s a l sites a r o u n d
Stales.
are
W e d n e s d a y , M a r c h 26th a n d 27th a t 8
the
every
Association presents a f r e e f i l m T h e
Weekday
y e tn \
•
i'
All
a p p l i c a t i o n is April 15 Consult with the
Students'
\; ;
Vdiniiu
House.
n l e s s , p e r m a n e n t w a y Tuesday a n d
Center
Dancing
T h i r d M a n plus a short. LC 1 a t 2 : 0 0 .
t a d Dave 457 5238 or Bill 438 4 0 3 4 .
loi
Undergraduate
• >i
Chapel
Wednes.,
nouncements ul in----lings a n d seminars
Physics 12V All a r e invited
t omi
will
preview
Programs SS 322
John
( enlet on C o u n s e l i n g as a Career
t l e c lions
i
at
Tues.,
hiculty members l o i a d v a n c e d sludy ot
again
Ihe
Seminal
L i b r a r y can be submitted in box in lob-
available
ihe
I mted
of
Guadalajara
fellowships
Get
<. •<• • <'
W a s h i n g t o n l u l e d I.I-.1 •••
Medical-Moral
Communion
describe
Israeli
night at 8 : 3 0 p . m . in the t h i r d
for
of
n o u n ce m e n t s
C o m m i t t e e will soon be held
St)
Deadline
m SS 332 for
tut-'sday, M a r c h 26 in Humanities 354
„.
ni.nkei
ihe
least
Office
I r o m 6 p.m. on. All a r e invited lo ut
t e n d . Refreshments will be served
plulomuin
ivactois,
the
The
a n n u a l g i o w t l i h o t ni
s impact staleinent pioposes
or
Programs
3XH), a n d 550 o l t h e m o p e r a t i n g hv
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Juniors
welcome.
Wed
is hosting a n i n f o r m a l g e t -together on
tial majors
l/NNj
9:15,
339 t<" application forms a n d details
t h e y e a i 202()or pist 4 ( i y e a i s t i o m l o I lie
w e l c o m e , especially
11; 10
the SUNY
what fo do
All
Anyone w h o has a question or w a n t s
,.iu
k tn.i.
loi
University's
WRPI r a d i o ,
Center for Inter A m e r i c a n Studies in SS
The P u e r t o Rican S t u d i e s P r o g r a m
.mlnule
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In
Colombia:
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d e a l i n g w u l i e q u a l i m l i t s \u\u
loi
McGill
by Sludent Tax.
noriKn'
have n t a i l e i h e M i b t e e l ol
of
The
a r e M o n 3 4, Tues. 10-11. 3 . 3 0 - 4 : 3 0 ,
339
a
prison
lias e s t a b l i s h e d
icaelois
will
College.
d a n c e s t u d i o of the g y m . Learn new
a p p l i c a t i o n is April 26 Consult w i t h the
A u d i o l o g y C l u b will present Dr Daniel
new " ' I n l o j i n e i V ledger w i t h a secret
in
( minis
slated
there
and
son c a i i e h U ' g i v m g o r d e l i v e r i n g " as
c o n vict i o n
Marion
New
\ c c o i d i n g to the A I t . \ o w n es
trmates,
Hi gel
Pathology
will be Tuesday M a r c h 26 at 8 00 in
ele nenls
oulei
Speech
Refreshments will b e served. Funded
,-w.i.
some d e g i e e o | c q u a t i u .MI
I he
I ' l i i t o n u u u is o n e o l t h c i n o s l t o x i c
d i c a l e s t h a t the b r e e d e i
eoslly
The
Communication
it.ui
n
Carcinogen Drug
Now Remarketed
the o l d t i m e deals w i t h s u p p l i e r s a n d
ne u n i e i h h l y
Medellin,
tion.
M a r c h 29 3:00 ES 223
p u s h e r s is now o i l "
project will
the
tor
,uili
h e a l t h t i n eat.
on
between
sity
women "
r. r e g a r d e d as a
Study
Medellin,
ding a semester or year at the U n i v e r -
men.
very
for
in
Lmg is a w o r l d a u t h o r i t y in the held uf
with
broad-
Deadline
Programs
d e a f e d u c a t i o n , a n d is currently Dnec
i t e d S t a t e s w h e r e w o m e n h.r-
XKC. Power Plan Said
Expensive and Unsafe
d i a u a p u l i s a i e a . said t h a t p o l i c e w i l l
on
eomnieicial
Abroad
he c o n s i d e r e d r e l e v a n t i n :!;• • : , n , '
\\ b e e n i g i i o i e d I n l l n wt-t .*:!•. d.
depicted
Application
every
Attention students interested in spen-
w h i l e " i n \ u i n e c a s e s thi 11..i•-
are
hour
l i e i g h l a n d w e i g h t o l a inaK d« u r n
anyoneT
ihes
social
loons a n d details
S h o u l d h u u i o i depend on belittling
stead
a
W e d n e s d a y at 3:00 in the basement
Programs
l>
said it was g e n e r a l l y
official notice
Ling as its guest speaker on Wednes-
n l U ' i i would du
ssoeiated
I lie i c p o i i
sponsors
show on
Lecture
d a y . M a r c h 27 at 8 : 0 0 p.m. in LC 1. Dr
"How
a d v e i users, " w o m e n are h a r d l y ever
with intelligence, sinceri-
of
tures on h o w t o s t o p s m o k i n g t h e p a i -
will
C o m e to the S t a m m t i s c h ! G e r m a n
Uiunum
World
1 wo.
Spite
W a s h i n g t o n A v e n u e a n d Fuller R o a d ,
aoooouooooooouucmjooonnni
Spalek will be
,nul
p o r a t i o n s " d i d the same i h m g d u r i n g ;
War
Usual
ding a semestei or year studying in
" 1 v e n in c o u n l i
the d u m b m a n t h a t is s o u g h t . W h y
year
with g o o d f o o d a n d G e r m a n conversa-
a s s i s t a n c e in p i o | e c H n g new
I he o i g a n i z u l i o n said il is " n o t the
next
Attention students interested in spen-
mothers-in-law
wives
Mr.
for
weekend trips too.
D e p l . , J.
Spalek o n M o n d a y , A p r i l 1 at 7:30 in
124.
officers
Colombia and G u a d a l a j a r a , Mexico
s i r h s i i i u l i u i i o l i h e d u m b b l o n d e bv
( a i l a d a said t h a t , as p r e s e n t e d by
f r o m the G e r m a n
elect
a
and
"the
b l o n d e s a n d the k i n d l y i l l i t e r a t e U n -
t o sell m e r c h a n d i s e w u h w h i c h n has
mi connection."
sponsoring
relax
eoiumenled
endless (okes a b o u t
h u m the U n i t e d States g o v e r n m e n t
in
b e t w e e n 10 a n d 3.
There will b e f r e e introductory lec-
call 472-7410,
physics
d i e s (all a n d weighs I I
only
be l e i n l o r c c d . "
residence materials will be d i s t r i b u t e d .
chemistry b u i l d i n g s . C o m e a n d
p-nitui • .1 fn
' w o m a n d e n t i s i ' w h o is l i u l e t i 4 m
lamilies."
n o n - g o v e i n m e n i a l o r g a n i z a t i o n said
collected(
''5236
discuss p r e - m a r i t a l sexuality. Thurs., 8
listen!
lounge
woi king women
beaulilul.
I n the h e l d o l e n t e r t a i n m e n t , t i n e
there
Motors
speaker
is
All w o m e n w e l c o m e .
every M o n d a y night at 7:30. Give a
O u t i n g C l u b colls on its members to
Club
to be held o n Fri. M a r c h 29 at 9
p.m
or W e d n e s d a y , April 3rd, 4 p . m . CC
the
t i t i n g a news liberie v -.tors ,ihn it j
in
l o r m a n d the s t e r e o t y p e d i m a g e o l
(ienerai
sponsored
Ave.
PIRG
at w o i k is n o belter t h a n i l k I I I U L \ HI
"polite
other
w o m e n held b y m a n y e m p l o y e r s w i l l
it o r n o t , says
Coffeehouse
April 1st, 10 p.m. Sayles M a i n Lounge
Questions
Welcome.
Club
umm-n
r a d i o a n d teles i s i o n . the i e n . . n -m]
w o r k a n d in success, a n d as s u p p o r ting ilien
the p r e s e i \ . i i n . i , >.| ttu
I he w a y I he press p o i l i . i .
their
the
lor
social o r d e i .
home and
war
I he s t a l e o l I n d i a n a , w h i l e o i l i e r
states are r e d u c i n g t h e n
the
" H o t h types a r e s h o w n as d e p e n -
will
m i s s i o n has released a c o t u t - o i d e r e d
y o u ' v e leached a n e i g h b o r i n g slate,
ol
s c e n a r i o is w h a t t r a n s p i r e d a l t e r t h e
e n d e d . Believe
ol w o m e n WV.I-MN
a r c s t r e s s e d a g a i n a n d again.is p i U l
t hill
h . u u l . are s h o w n as s p e c i a l i z i n g
w o m e n arc p o r t r a y e d
,uuj
roles:
through
vantages."
wi\,-s
" W o m e n are o l l e r e d . b a s i c a l l y , t w o
d o u b l e sexual s t a n d a r d .
the
2 6 a t 7:00 in t h e W o m e n ' s C e n f t r ( 1 0 0
C o o p e r Hall, State Q u a d ) or ca|l Parti
Patroon Rm Lounge. Applications a n d
p.m. Sponsored b y Delta Sigma Pi, Phi
German
the dependency
one.
gnceral,
e n v i r o n m e n t a l u n p a d statement
cigarette
stereotyped
the conflict to their o w n private a d -
reinforces
national
company
speaking a b o u t the problems of exile.
a
e c o n o m i c s , t h e y w e r e a b l e t o shape
advertising
40
r o l e i n t h e h o u s e h o l d ,ni«l t i n U m i h
was
social i d e n t i t y n o t in t h e m s e l v e s b u l
both
household
under
Using
gadgets a n d p r o d u c t s t o w o m e n . I n
in
and
of
Humanities
trated
power
men
Distribution
sponsoring a p r o g r a m entitled H o w t o
p.m.,
a t t e n d a n interest m e e t i n g : M o n d a y ,
Young
m e n a n d t h e l i t l l i l l i i k n i ol t h u i uial
directed
UM.-the t o u g h new d r u g l a w s t o c r a c k
marijuana
the p i c t u r e o f
childn
generally
down
a
said t h a t
corporations:*'l)ue to their conceneconomic
to
are
t o be p a s s i n g I In o u g h t he S t a t e ot I n pass
the
men a n d w o m e n c r e a t e d i n a d v e r -
" A d v e r t i s e m e n t s ol objects enhansays
ol
A u s t r a l i a r e p o r t s t h a i ilie * u t i i M i l
h o n s c w i l c e a r i n g l o r the
normally
image
mothers.
as t h e m s e l v e s . "
linland
i m a g e s o f w o m e n created by
negative
as a r t i f i c i a l
w o u l d iHtt d r e a m o l p u r c h a s i n g .
a c r o s s the l u l l e d S t a t e s a n d h a p p e n
don't
hero-figures
commodities
Indiana Has Toughest
Grass Possession Law
diana.
by
G a m m a N u , a n d School of Business. All
iidn'rtisitig.
obsessed hy the d e s i r e t o please l h c : r
Axis territories."
which
coming.
O n Sat., M a r . 3 0 , C h a p e l House is
If
n a t i o n a l House next fall? If so, please
i n Business, a
discussion
presidents. W e d . , M a r . 2 7 , LC-24, 7:00
the
S t a t u s o l W o m e n c o m m i s s i o n e d the
ty, c u l t u r e , o r i g i n a l i t y o l t a l e n t . I n -
l / N S i 11 v u u re p l a n n i n g t o d r i v e
to Get A h e a d
panel
allied countries a n d those located in
Instead.
subsidiaries
remain
con-
communication
m e d i a o n the f o r m a t i o n o l a n e w a t -
n e a r l y $33 m i l l i o n j n c a s h a n d c r e d i t s
Hitler's a d m i n i s t r a t i o n d i d not c o n -
Interested in living at Sayles I n t e r -
passive g l a i n o u i g i r l , a n d t h a t o l the
Snell.
W h e n w a r b r o k e o u t , says S n e l l .
22 n o n -
g l a m o r g i r l s to i n d u c e w o m e n t o buy
German
to a F o r d e x e c u t i v e l o r their
companies'
between
Snell
Snell reports that Hitler's g o v e r n ment
" i n l l u e n c e n l mass
Germany's
automobile
and
s e \ s y m b o l s a n d as a n i n f e r i o r class
t o N o w l o r the d u r a t i o n o l the w a r
corporations
governments
g o v e r n m e n t a l o r g a n i z a t i o n s o n the
keep up contact d u r i n g the war. He
£A-
tinational
2S
is
by Lesbians for L i b e r a t i o n 332 Hudson
T h e r e p o r t s u m m a r i z e s i the views
ol
(SUNYA V Science f i c t i o n
a n d Seniors. To register, call 4 8 9 - 8 5 7 3
report.
the d e r o g a t o r y i m a g e o f w o m e n as
mul-
Detroit's
Vietnam.
students
Women's
c o r p o r a t i o n s a p p a r e n t l y were able to
Fifth
by
and
l e a r n i n g or t a l k i n g , come visit us.
l o r m o l mass m e d i a p e r p e t u a t i o n o l
as
in C a m b o d i a
Nations
S n e l l stares t h a t t h e m u l t i n a t i o n a l
says t h a t A m e r i c a n - b a s e d
republished
Bomber, political prisoners, c o n t i n u e d
sex o b j e c t s a n d i n f e r i o r b e i n g s , acc o r d i n g t o a recent U n i t e d
1 he r e p o r t s a i d : " A d v e r t i s i n g
senalors:"Communications
access
Succeed
reported
told
C e n t e r . Free w i t h tax.
has
you're interested in r e a d i n g , l o o k i n g ,
U n i t e d S t a t e s at the l i m e .
by
s u p p l y i n g w a r m a t e r i a l t o b o t h the
taie.
were far m o r e a d v a n c e d
begins M o n d a y , April 1 in the Campus
university
war
Presidents' O r g a n i z a t i o n , a
that
anti-
Resistance
COPRED,
in
group
a n d jet e n g i n e s f o r t h e N a z i a t r f o r c e
and
offenders
t i t u d e t o w a r d the r o l e o l w o m e n i n
researcher a n d staff m e m b e r ol the
monopoly
worst
present-day society."
lU.S'. |Senate
"Indochina
League,"
Project
p r o g r a m s in p e a c e studies, i n f o . o n B - 1
tier many
bombers
monthly,"
A d v e r t i s i n g is o n e
Snell adds that G . M . subsidiaries in
manufactured
PARSEC
Magazine)
Peace
p e r p e t u a t i n g t h e i m a g e o f w o m e n as
"Built
and
the
to
publications such as "Peace Research
|,,/ 1
'
ALBANY STUDENT PHESS
'AGE ELEVEN
Quote .ofthe D i y
editorial/comment
"The problem with resignation U that it leaves-all the major questions unanswered. A trial or full inquiry in the Senate would answer all the major
questions still left hanging/^^ ^ ^ McGovern (D.S. Dak.)
on the impeachment question.
letters
[Taxation Without Representation
Human Nature
The State Legislature is now treading on unsure territory. There are two bills now in
Assembly and Senate committees which call for a major revision of the State
University-wide mandatory student activities, tax. One,recommendingthe abolition
of the tax completely, is only more obnoxious in degree than the Senate version which
seeks restrictions on the uses and allocations of said tax.
In both cases, the Legislature is infringing on the rights of students at State-run universities to fairly and legitimately tax themselves for purposes they 'see fit.
Those benefiting from the allocations of student tax money are certainly not the
legislators. They have no tangible commitment to the improvement of higher education, be it the academic or extra-curricular aspects of university life. They have been
out of contact with university affairs for thirty years or more. What right can they claim
to legislate as to how students should! spend their own money?
Any action infringing student rights, especially on issues about which the pompous
Legislature knows little, if anything, can only be viewed with outrage.
lo ihe liditor:
I'rolcssor Augustine Zitelli's letter in the
March 5th issue brought t w o issues to the
limelight. One. that t h i s e a m p u s husa student
element that can bo considered dangerous,
and Two, that this c a m p u s has a parent element who has a disregard lor Ihe safety and
concern lor their children.
All anyone has to d o is read ihe crime
reports in the AS I* to know that there have
been thells and assaults on ibis campus. As lor
the identilicalion ol the individuals, leave I hat
mill tor to security. Any grown young men who
will attack and rob a 10-year-old cannot he expected to apologize, oponK or secretly. As a
learned lacully. how can I'rolessoi /itelli
know so little about h u m a n nature t o espeei
,ni apology. 1 be action ol these lluce men
should caution all id usol what can happen on
tins campus.
Telethonic Boon
The ASP had intended to print an editorial on this Weekend's Telethon, hut discovered it couldn't have voiced its opinion any better than the guest editorial submitted
by the two Telethon Co-chairpeople: David Taffel and Lori Gerber.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the STUDENTS, residence
staff, and others who helped make Telethon '74 such a big success. Besides our staff,
literally thousands of STUDENTS participated, contributing their talent, their labor,
and their money. Why do we stress students? Because that's who most of the money
came from. Aside from $2,500 in pledges and FSA's $750donation,therestof the SI 5,2IX. 15 came from the student food fast and from within the ballroom. And who was in
the ballroom? Mostly students.
Telethon's staff was shocked at the lack of support we received from the administration and thefacultyl Less than 10 percent of our pledges came from faculty members
and. other than Dean Brown and his band (whom we would also like to thank), even
I ewer faculty members, 1 am afraid, were in the audience. At the opening. Dean Brown
had to stand in for President Bene/et as a representative of the administration. Mr.
Sirotkin had the nerve to answer our invitation by saying, "Unfortunately, I shall be
out of town on March 22 and 23 so that direct personal participation will not be possible. Please let me know if there is some other way I may contribute.*'! Well, as a matter
of fact there is! Our staff got together and thought and thought and thought. After we
stopped laughing, we came up with a suitable alternative. Send a check for any amount
you feel is correct and proper for the vice president of a university to contribute to its
largest fund-raising event for a community agency. After all, we're sure you'll want to
be able to say that in some way you helped our effort which once again made ours the
largest student-run|Telethon in the country.
We would like to correct a statement we made in Friday's ASP saying we had to pay
to keep the Campus Center open after hours. This year we are only being charged the
standard ballroom charge of $75. How generous.
Why are students continuously accused of not caring or being interested? Why did
one student pay $15 for a record album and another pay $90 for a night in the waterbed
suite when he could have just walked over to the Hyatt House and paid $27 for the same
thing? Why did others just throw money into pails circulating around the room and
others contribute to pies, sometimes for people they didn't even know? The answer
might be that students are a little idealistic. We're not caught up in the world of
bureaucracy and red tape (though we've learneda lot.about it through our incidents
with WABC and MacDonald's fanyone want a Hamburglar doll? We still have over
500.) All we see is Wildwood, a school for brain injured and autistic children. We see
children who would not fit into a normal classroom situation. We see the high rate of
success this school has in teaching parents to deal with their children's handicaps and in
returning children to normal public school situations. We see the dedication ol its
parents and staff. All we, as students, want to do through lelelhon is help a little.
In closing, we would like to leave those faculty members and administrators who arc
caught up in the bureaucratic world with one thought: all contributions are tax deductible. Contributions are still welcome.(Telethon '74. Campus Center J67, SUNYA.)
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WE AMI rvmSbVi tun rwmm ASSOCIATION
Recently. I saw two little girls in one ol the
lounges, one about 5 "babv siiung" with hei 2
oi 1 year old sister. I asked il they were all
light, and ihey replied dial they wcie wailing
loi "nioiuime" lo gel out ol class, ibis was
about 5:15 in the evening. How can any
patent, s-tud.cnl or faculty. place so little concern lor then children'.' Ibis campus is no
place lor children lo run a r o u n d unsupervised.
anil pa i cuts who allow l his to happen show the
same lack ol concern loi o l l i e i s t h a l ihe I luce
men showed when ihev attacked the v tiling
ho\
*T/&sr I'L-l- PEVBLOP A BOW ANP ARROW. ..
WEtT. T't-L- TALK J>ISARMAMENT!
Democratic Sweep? Stakes Are High
$ l>> dlfiiii von N t i s t i t / ^ ^ A V A ^ - A ^ V ^ A 1 : ^ :
( ongiessniaii Siiatloii is ii legeiulaiv votegeltei in d i s i n c l s Iluu have siieichod h o r n
Mhaiiv all the way west lo Rochester, lie has
nevei lost ,in election, and he heal bis lasl opponent h\ nearly a icn-io-oiiu margin. He has
gieal appeal a m o n g both Kepubheans and
nioilci.iie-coiisei v a l u e 1 )e nine rats, In an election agamsi Wilson, he would easily c a m all
ol upstate and would piohuhlv gel most ol the
I he last nine the D e m o c r a t s had a n \ powei
Democratic vole d o w n s i a l e . bailing ihe enin this slate vvus hack in l % 4 , when the J o h n ii.nice ol a Ihud-pailN candidate ol more
sun coalUuls brought a lot ol local people mlo
libeial persuasion.
oil ice.
(Jn loieigii pohev. St i at ton's v lews a i e con
liuu now. New Yoik Kepublleans are
sideied hawkish
lie is a v c \ powerful
w o n led because the> saw wlial happened out
in Michigan and O h m last munlh. And, in iiiemhei ol ihe House A n n u l Services Comiiiiiiec .\\u\ has been, in ollecl. the Navy's best
icahiv. llieu nutjorilies in ihe legislature are
ioblnisi tui t a p n o l Hill
However, on
lathei small
donieslu issues he is cousideied ;i libeial All
Sol iinh lias die nalional \Valeigale scana i o u n d . he Ills ihe Hciiis "Seonp" .lacksoii
dal h m i the stale Republicans, but in Nassau
mold
( oiiutv. I tine Island. Ihe (.Ol* machine lias
S l i a l t o n could win llu cleciion bill.
been locked In ihe indiclmenl ol some ol its
iioinc.illv. not ihe no
moil While the
ke\ men I oi the Nassau Republicans, the
Deuioet.iiic patlv has become itloie IIIKI.II
election ol I 11)!cue \ i c k e i s o n awhile back was
.iml bcitei altuucd lo iimdein icalilies, Sltai
oiilv (In beginning
inn has maintained b a s u . t l h ilu same set ol
\ild nut mi Muutauk, v a l u a b l e I V n \
policies he espoused back in \%1
D u n e . i was lumsell indicted ill a w>tc-
1 lie Democrats could sweep the slate this
November, a n d ihe Republicans know it. In a
lucenl speech bo to re a Republican lundi.usinji [laihei nig, (iovci nor Wilson coinuieitlcd thai the Ci< J I* "laces an uphill light"
and "will rcall) have lo light thin year" il it
wants lo retain control ol the legislature and
Ihe (iovei ivor's seal.
>i|)huiiiiie MIH-IIU- I hill uuliclmenl was lalet
III led. bin ihe lain! still leinain.s
Uu Ihe gubcinaloihil level. Malcolm
\\ ilson slatted nut sliongl>, bill could now be
be.iicn In al least two prominent Demoerals,
polls show Wilson's lack.id.osie.il handling, ol
the eiieig\ crisis has mil inspired the con
lideuee ol i h c c l c c t i u a l c i n d a light wilh IVii\
Duiyea could p-teltj well liiush Inm
A m o n g ihe D e m o u n t s . Ogden Ketd now
.ecms most likely lo succeed, but he is billowed closely by Howard " I he Morse" Samuels ol
t) I li lame Keid is iioiu W'eslchesiei County
and is considered ncithci an upslatc noi a
d o w n s i a l e candidate, and so bus support in
both aieas.
S a m S t r a t u m has massive upstate support.
bm is mil well-liked downsiale. I his has
pi even led In in I roiu gelling the nomination in
pi evious yeais. and could he his undoing once
again.
Willi Nelson Uockelellei now ollieiallv oill
oi stale polilics. ihe legislaluie is eauliouslv
luj.'iniiing lo asscil Usell Men like I'eriS
Duivea ,\\\i\ W'unen Aiulcisoii aie speaking
moie loudl) and m e being listened to I >uivca
has sol up a special Assembly I'uhln. Inloi niaiinn (lllicc. winch has been seen b \ some
o h s e i u ' i s as an assertion ol legisDlive in
dependence
Malcolm Wilson has subuiillcd u l a i u , l s
little legislation and has ollcied no peisona'
guidance ol ihe lew pioposals he h a s sub
milled I bus. ihe lew new imluilives seen so
iai this yeai a i e coming h o r n the legislaluie
Many legislators a i e complaining dial ibis
is ihe most hoiing yeai in memory, Willi a
basically " d o n o t h i n g " governor, and a si I It
timid legislaluie. political excitement is lucking. About Ihe biggest issue being debuted
now are ihe proposed pornography laws
I wo wiongs do not q i u ^ ; a right^ j Q \ e i iisiug events on television will d o n o good e \ - '
cepl lo b u n g some attention lo an incident
thai will probably he lorgoltcn in a week oi so
I o the voting men. von must live w ilh
\oiiiselves; to ihe patents who leave llieu
cliiklieu. perhaps you should leevaluale youi
K'spiiiiMbihiies and p r i o n lies where your
childien are concerned.
Hunk about this. loo. how is this tncideitl
going lo a i l e d Hie luttire thinking ol this bov
low.ml others, Mack oi w h i t e ' How would
\ou. leaders, icacl il this happened to u m ' 1
Itanv Diiwilei
The Rich Get Richer...
In Ik I-tllliir
I alcsl litum.-s show llieu' wtu- 2.-KI.IHHI
1.11 111-. Ill IIIL- UllMUll S l . l l c s .is (il .l.illll,nx
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ila-liim "I 23.UOO l i m n n Sf'.u .ig"
( ompiiicJ u i l h Icn >cuts a g o . I.urn linen
l n U ll.is s l l l l l l l k u l i t m l
S;:.IIIKI III I'Kii
-II |".'i i v M . l i " 1 " ; -
I Ins lu-nd li.is IK-L'II |i.nii(j mi Miu.' I'' '••*.
when llieu 1 WL'IV n u n c tluin d.h iiiillitiii l.iiins
linl I la-ill s o i n d i . u h s.u H u S O l I \ l i s l
I \H(H< I' \l< I \ is ili'.iil u
)J HI sli.>«iiiK
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Hi. |i.i..i (idling puou-i'.'
Il\ lla- U ; I \ . I hnni|i mid iiill.'i;.- sliiiliiils
"In. ,IK- inlcicslcd in Socialism Iml »lt» <!''
M i l know where the s o t IAI IS I I M « ' K
I'Altl -I is lociilral
KcudLTscHiiiihluin lice lilciuuii.-In «iiini|i
in ihe SI I' I ' D BOX 2IIII IIKOOKI -i S
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Food For Thought
In Ihe I d i l o i .
\ s .in uiidergiiiduate sindeui \ ^ i " liv.'s.ni
eiiinpii.s. I iiiusl p a k I r o i m i n c o l ihe huaid np
ii.ins.i\.iilal)le All ul ilicm includedinnci \ s
is . u i n n u n i knowledge, dinnci it.su.ilh mMiKes a meal meal ill nmsl -\nu-iu.in In.im-s
Ihe Uniu-isih wauls us lo leel .11 hunie. so
Ihej um- us meal loi Uiiinci I don'l mind Ihis.
. u v p i liu ihe h i d ihai I am a Ncyvl.u 1.1" and
Iheiehne e.n mi meal
I)
(Mill ' " ' , l senii-slii I li.nl local i lu'es.
s.iiidwhichcs l u u limes .1 d a \ 01 - !••• noiliuii'
SI N't M.ukeil,ncecl.lii.iiiiiH.illil.nl I •>• "I
I" Ihe I .1.1.I .111.I ll.11r.111e 1 Mini ami -i
c \ . u , i m knows 11 is inipnssdil, 1.1 i.ili »iili
'iUKSDAY, MTlT( 'II :~Vn• I
the people there, let alone to get off the meal
plan.
S o . I spent $630.00 to eat cheese
sandwiches (I wasn't allowed offofthe Kosher
meal plan because I " h a d already gone
through ihe computer").
I his semester, things looked a little brighter
• a vegetarian meal plan. I really thought
that I might be getting something lor my
$499.00. {I goi a little smarter and only
"opted" lor dinner).
I he \cgctaiian meal plan in this school h a s
been lacking immenslv. When I go into the
kitchen on Indian Quad to gel my lood 1 a m
oltcn given sorry looks by the workers while
ihe\
unci the lalal words. "Sorry, no
\egelaiiau meal today, but there is plenty of
salad."
On Ihe d a \ s when there is a vegetarian
din nc 1. 11 usuall_\ consists ol some potato dish.
I vcrunic knows that the human body needs
protein and ilieic are oilier ways ol gelling il
besides meal,
I'asia doesn't lit into this
c,ileum)
I S A linsti'l discovered thai. Only
one niehl did u c h a \ e something rcsemblinga
Ini in ul protein
soyhurgers.
Siinielime lasl week the vegetarian dinner
u a s baked beans Can \ nil imagine serving all
.a S l i M \ baked beans? I'm sure there would
b. .111 u p i o a i , bin nobod) thinks twice about
s c m i i e some vcgelarianscanned baked beans
uhicli li.1 w-.ih.ni! as much nutrition in them as
.1 piece nl p a p a
we will pay up to $4,000.
On a sickness claim wc will pay well over the
$500.00 limit, l o r example, il a student is sick
and conllned to a hospital, wc will pay $50.00
a day fur Thirty-one days, which is $1,500,
plus $500.00 lor hospital services, plus u p to
$500.00 lor surgery, plus other incidental
coverages. So we will pay well over $2,000 I'or
sickness.
Again. I appreciate the article but I just
wanted to add the a b o v e comments to correct
anv misunderstandings.
Arthur R. Kapuct
Alumni Return
Research would have c o m e up with the fact
/that at N O time h a s a n y a l u m n u s written,
phoned, or spoken t o the Alumni Office regarding "heartaches" felt because this season's
starters included either three or lour black
players, depending on the game. Rather we, as
alumni, a r e proud ol the quality ol' the team
and their record.
Me is understandably concerned because
ihe gym was not filled lor the Oneonta game.
However, at (hat game, and all others ineluding the liCAC tournament, alumni were
both visible and vocal. He might also have
lound out. had he researched the Association.
that we a r e currently engaged in a program
wuh ihe LOI*. working together with them in
lounding their own L O P Alumni Association,
under the aegis ol the general Alumni Association, as we have with many other groups o n
campus.
l o ihe I d i t o i :
We. ihe Alumni Association, are deeply disiiuhcd by misstatements and innuendos in
, \ unite Kcda's spoils article in ihe March 19
issue ol the ASl', I he first Alumni Basketball
Scholarships were presented lo Myron Miller
.iml Keggie Smith: in succeeding years,
h-asieiball scholarships have heen presented
lo hoih black and while players with no consi delation e.iven then color. As alumni, we are
inieiesied in character, skill, and need, not in
I h e r e h a s been a warm, personal
relationship helvveeti several ol ihe black
players and alumni who have had the o p p o r luuiiy ol meeting and knowing them. We
know that this will continue with luture/playcrs.
hoth black and while. I he Association's d o o r
is always open lo students. Wc wish Mr. Reda
would have walked through it and checked his
l a d s belote pulling his ollensive assumptions
in pi 11il
David W. .leaks V I
i
Mail \ nunc Keda been inlciested in eheck111;: the record, rather than simplv slurring an
\ssocialion which has ^iven suppoii to all
Si M \ alblelies. he would have lotltld thai
l>lack and while haskelhall players h.ive heen
employed in oui on-campus ollicc directly hy
So. now I'm spending $499.01) n semester lor
ihe inc.ils u l m l i .1 person who doesn't have
llus iiionex cats
I n u n c .in\ I S A i c p i c s c n i n m c to lay lo
iiisiiu win \\c nmsl he Iniced to com nine in an
iiiis.iinl.iciiii \ meal plan.
Vivian ( n a i l
I.lame Droit/ hi ledinan '-45
Ihe •III anv Siititi in I'resi it
ruihl in /null ul' •ilu lelie -.v
1 nnr.\ hmilil hei '/"-»"" •II
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In he eligible 1
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Castles Burning
Freedom of Laughter
In Ilk- I .llln
Hill H.ivei vvuile I -IS/'. March 5) thai al a '
icceni slitnvniB hv ihe School nl Criminal
liisltee "I ihe -.anneal lilm "Millhuiise" Ihe
liiiiilesl l.nielieis in ihe audience included :
viiine S( li.kiiliv nieniheis who had received
l.uee lese.iHll Lilanls h u m Ihe \ i \ u n "1 aw
• mil l Intel" .klniiinstinliini
In H.ivei llus luughlei seemed an irony.
« Imli il piuhahlv was. hut lie said it would he \
"II ii wise in paint .111 aecusatorv linger' (w Ink- :
Castles Sojourning
i h\ ken Wax
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Ivei since luining IS. I've heen icgulaily
"Hal. Induv's Acliun \lillv has sn much In g
\ receiving all smis ul liilleului hiiiehiucs and -•Hei shuii-li.iued people." declared une nl $
; hunkk-is l i u n i a i i u v icpiesenlalives extolling lliein "Why. I learned niv mh in ihe U.S. \ i - ti
• the |uv and nisi plain lun ul inihlaiv hie. Over
niv 1 " \ s I was pushing III. lasl ul Ihem mil Ihe :•:•
• inleisesMun I reeeivcd llieu l a l e s l . " l h e l-ighl iluui. I asked nisi wlial his |,,h was. " D u l l :•:•
p i i i i i i i n c h i s IIVVIII
: : Week I eslasv ." a well-dune p.unphlel which
Saigealll!" was Ihe answei \ s Ihev iii.nelled ;'::|
\ l i Havei emiluses two mallets He implies; ; mid ul the 111.ils and II ihiil.iliuns nl hasie
diiwii niv apaiimeiii house si.uiw.iv ihev :•:•
thai tIrene s i I leeipienls siuiiikl al leasl have
11.lining .wni which hail al the cud a eaid In
c a l l e d u p .1 lasl s l u g . i n in a lasl ililell IIV. ;:•:
had
Hi. IK-ICIKV
In le lead "pnlilieal
send ill il uue wauled mule uilui nialloll. Willi
"II , 1, I. mil ni" I HI 11 lew • - H I / IHI-H'" I hea id ijij
Imallv" a,-I in laugh al .1 henelaelnl. Ilunlgh
lluce weeks lu kill in Ihe eilv. I vvntild invile
as ihe slam.ise .1
slammed shtii
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ilk hln wascvidenll) IUIIIIV in Us iivv 11 terms
m.iilhiis slullmgs MI I Idled in Ihai eald.
Walking luvvald Ihe vvmduvv I nuiseil " \ n d •:•!
iv h, llu 1 k i n "
ul ll have inn seen : mailed il and piumpllv Imgul ahnul 11
I'm luuking lui a lew good women." a n d :•:;
"MllllliiiiM ' 1 II11I 1111 lusliee I lepai luielil '•
I
d.ivs laii-i I was awakened hv ihe
wniched Ihe nbhuii ul uvel liuu nnlliun \ i in\ :•:•
mimes. .,1 indeed anv mniiev. sln.ulil lug '• duiil hell's 1 iiiging 1 giuggilv made 111 v wav lu
bonis muich llnuugh I 111 est I'ai k. deluh.iling •:•:
.iiivhutlv . pnhtii.il peleeplliills nl slllle I l l k d u i i i . passuigllledigilaUiink whusedlglls
as ihev Willi
$•
I iik-lik'i .niv
e Ih.in 11 should waip his : nail <i in. peepeil mil Ihe peephole, and saw
1, se.iuh niiiilllMons
j ' ..' in
ni people Ihev all had guns sn I
I Impt u , -.nil have In,si,.Mini Liughlcl lell • : ihdii'l open llu dnui liisie.nl. .1 I'altull lank
" I .iki a deep hie.uh and kiss y inn lulchenofci
\ , , n's Ilk aliillene. lll.il ..mid iml laugh al : Jilul
polilk.il salin HI win. vvnllldnl. Ih.il we : 1
'Wlial s .1 innu like llval iluilig 111
i e gn
\ n von kcnnclli I W i s . Social Seem ilv
.,il,,III I,, l.ik.vv ah
Hill hv Ills ri il would he \ ; Niunhcl IIS 1 -HI MI'I sis Mel Hill puiinds.
lik, v o n ' "
I Iks. aie hill l u u ul 1 lie messages 111.1t I >i
1,1,1 l.ik
: I hl.nvii hail l>lilv . v e s in visihle s i . i l s ' " ihev
M.iillil
High,nlhle nl I'l.uebu
Medie.i
l< I llli.lMensell : I ill .isked 111 lliun.l.inig unisull I assmed lliein
KIS.-.II.II ( enici has loi college siudenls con
Depailinenl ul I ugllsli : I was an,I .iskul win. Ilk V w e n
1 ii mug 111.1111 u.ui.i smukiiig
i
"v've'le I n d a v s \eliull \ i i n v ' -\nd we'ie
In llncc ve.us cMctlNivc l e s c a u h unulvinn;
• Ik n in ini 11 vuii 1 " ihev aiisweied 111 huunung
iwo million doll.ns a n d a -a.il nl I? scientist PS
i Sing Mong \\ 11I1 Miuli monotone
I li I ligliuillile studied lvvnieenagerswho"ha
3 "Well I'm going lu make bieaklasl. I'd love
olive heen in a 1 unlit vv lleie ma 11 plana was h e K
flo 111 vile von In |nin me hill I'm ahnul > mil 11011
lllg suiuked " lust llus week Ins Inklings h a v j
•kggs sliuil Su unless vuii waul lu send
heen it-leased lu Ihe piess His IX-page I ill
• someone ulll lugel Ihe eggs plus. sa>. .1110.0110
dings siale
1,1 i n , 1,1.1,11
l l n . n e s ul hiead and a lew inns ul hiillei. I'm
Added Insurance
I wish n. ih,ink v..11 v.-iv much 1.11 having :
V a n v l mil, 1.ilk in me ami Ini ihe line.-article '•
111.1l was 111 llu A S l ' nu I 11d.1v. Mutch IS '
Vni.v li, .1 guuil |,ih nl euiiveving In ihe
ainleiin ilk ill 1.is 1 lia 1 we discussed dining ihe
illlelvlew
ah.ml vuu'll have lu wail until I'm d o n e e a t i n g
In |i
e " I dead p.uininglv told Ihem. Cllinving Ihe silualloii
" I hat's all light, we alieadv a l e ' " eaiue live
, wall-shaking leplv 1 was gelling pounding on
ihe walls and ceiling h u m ihe neighbors and
llnwevel llieie is une in.nui p.mil ihai I am ihe living lunni nig 11 in sullei ing iiudei I he 4.4
leel ul iu\ visiluis I aeh second made
all.ml w i l l leave an i n e i u i c u inipiessnni when oiinll
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Can A Student Wear
A Crucifix?
columns
The following is a statement of the Pawnee
District School Board regarding Indians
wearing long hair:
We, the members of the Pawnee Board of
l.dueatioii, stand for quality education with
equal treatment for all students regardless of
race, color, or creed
Weleel that dress and mannerism are a part
of a good, well-rounded education. The code
is necessary to carry on the.academic program
because ol overcrowded classrooms.
leachers have so many outside duties that
they have to carry on rules and regulations to
carry on a mature atmosphere of learning.
O u t s i d e influence and militant
organizations which literally thrive on this
type ol controversy have been responsible for
the major portion ol our problems...We flatly
den\ these charges and welcome investigation
to prove they are false
Our student body is composed of three
ethnic groups, and to go along with the
suggestions represented by those supporting
long hair lor three Indian students W O U L D
HI AN AN I I I MUSIS Ol EQUALITYAND
wookye
by Hal Mulmud
& th beat of (hat heart
lor the vengers
83 years & 2 months alter woundd nee
th assistant alturny general comments on a
slue irritation
th 11 hostages
& \M)0' hunting rifle armd rcdmen
lacing arrnord personnel carriers
(th allcr-iniage
ol Hollywood wagon circles)
th claim some r elderly
& I has a heart condition
th precedent has been established
obtainingllhe prisoners
is th main target
we all white lolks
have a heart condition
& this edition
is lacking
th consideration & manners
to plainly stale
we i what we i:
hlomj oo/es li'M^l t l V f i P o u r s
flesh rots under out linger nails
we stand on babes screaming
our speech but megaphone emotion
we caielullv listen in ambush
with our eyes looking to a god
we eat once ti month
while th piolessors
politely joust with words
about theater ol th absurd
articulating lor secure tenured moneys
& hands rubber gloved
holding lb scripts
pull Irom the core
tangents ol abstraction
A speak cute jokes
humoring a college audience
curious as to y th common henchmen
attends ih action repeatedly
lb decadence reeks
th much talkd about I lower
ol western culture another myth
lor live lnpnoli/ed
i vim HUNG niii eoNsiuuiioN
all ih red mail asks is justice
hut I HA I s ice
dripping th bUAl ol b h h A I UN
1 HA I is ih language
ol our hearts work lor death ( d t A I II)
Us pulse rides the north wind
whose color is black
\\;hitc\ alter-image
-karl kempt on
mm I 197.1 s k
SI ANUS !()K. (emphasis added), it would
represent discrimination most assuredly, and
possihlv the bringing of religious practices
into the school since religious tradition is one
n| then contentions to have the long hair.
Hiiuging religion into the public schools had
been tided unconstitutional.
Onlv a lew months back, the Supreme
C nun In-passed the opportunity to debate on
this issue, lluis granting victors to the school
hoard at I'aunee.
VWAKI and AKIS1..
t he Mon>iei beckons
son;'.'..
, , . t, ; i l
( areliilK-piepare to avoid it's path.
11\ and escape it's shadow.
Breathe in decplv
(asie the I'ain
the Contusion..,
Glance uboutI he forests of steel and concrete
rivers of bodies (low
speckled with islands of
HOPE
How dilfictut it is to swim upstream
i feel no warmth wearing a coat made ol
%W% hills
i feel no freedom walking through fields
ol plastic grass
i leel no satisfaction grasping N A T U R E in
mv hand.
W h a t p r i c e l o r this magnificent
plav ground','
i have lost loo much already.
Soon there will be no more of me to take
i will he gone
lost
lorevcr
As YOU YOU YOU unknowingly follow,
him 1173
^i on brought vour foreign (iod that sets you
a pa 11 ! i oin all tile. He presents you with death
as His most precious gilt. Yin.ii senses are
bedazzled bv His illusions You would give
11K death to all hie that exists, You pursue
your Uod with death, threatening llmi with
Death, praying to take llisdeudls place.
\ou stamp the eruciliv across the earth's
lace v\ heievei U touches, there the earth dies.
\s.hes and nielaneholv shall be voui lot all the
KM nl \uiii davv
^ on aie a bletul ol evil and magnificence.
^ iiii loiluic with voiu lies. You trample the
dead. What hlasplienu resides m y o u r d e a d h
piei^/ilio|i>,ol love! *i nil practice voui look ol
( siue^ijA. \fHi bcejiii^e a mask, transparent, a
grimace with ;i skull behind it. You makeyoui
golden idols mil ol ciueltv.
s
, on di.sinheiil me in mv
land.
I lank lleibeit,
"Sntil I aiehet"
GRADUATES - READ THIS
Reservations for Graduation Caps and Gowns
must be made at the University Bookstore from
March 25 thru April 5 or from April 15 thru
by K.M. Daniels
In the soul market today are; two
albums that have made quite a popular impact upon the charts. Both
the Spinners and Aretha Franklin's
newest albums lack little in motion
and pleasure. Both outstanding
group and artist have their latest
albums together so ... stop buying
the single and start picking up the
albums.
and Aretha herself show the full
vigor of Aretha's past efforts. They
know her well, all of ihcm dating
back to the production work on
Aretha's first success, "I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You."
I his is an important album.
Aretha is quite more than the single
i mil You ( tune Hack to Me
Suggestion: Buy the album.Atlantic
7JV2.
******
Another album, that has lost a cerAretha's consistency is remarkable,
tain amount ol attention due to the
and throughout her latest album Let
success ol Ms- chart single is the
\U' in Your life, is simply a loaiJIul
newest Spinners album "Mighty
nl her charm. Enclosed in the
Love."
package are eleven selections, some
I IK- ;Spinners: grand old men of
written by the likes ol: Bill Withers,
(title track}: Eddie Hinton; llnbby 'soul: bilipe Wind, Henry Farhiough, Billy Henderson, I'ervis ^
Womnck. "I'm in Line": Stevie
I he Nick Brignola Quartet perJackson and Bobby Smith here have f o r m e d this weekend at the Last
Wonder's "Until You Come Back to
put together a very impressivei elloit ;g ( home Sutwm in a program thai inMe (that's what I gonna do)"; Leon
with the help of the very important d e l u d e d this weekend lum /(4) days of
Kussels' "A Song loi You": Bobby
production, arrangement and con- feja//, now including Sundays from 5tioldshoro's "Willi IVn in Hand"
d u c t i n g work ol Thorn Bell. &-IU p.m., in addition to the regular
and Aretha's own "Oh Bain"and"11
you I )on"t 1 hink". Aretha has-an un- I ogethei the Spinners have without $(9:30 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. schedule
a doubt surpassed any ol the other :•:•: I hursday to Saturday.
eamis abilil'N to reiulei the material
albums so don't buy only the single,
she selects easiK and to its lullest.
u nisi won't be the same.
(heck out "A Song loi You" where
>3 I his past weekend Nick was ae\ielha plays electnc piano ami
•Scompanied by Allilla Zollar, Tibor
voealh charms you into total sub•:•: 1 omka and Jell Williams. Zollar is a
mission. She will make \ o u listen In
:§ noted ja// guitarist who really livenVocally the Spinners have retained j§ ed up the weekend with his colorful
then iinmatchable position. I he five $$ style ol play. Zollar projects an easy
men are group singers; they are stun- § guitar style, reserving the Hash
iiuigh light in their vocalizations ^ behind, just playing competently,
On the album. Aretha has a lot ol and actually have not changed much
and in lull control. Matched with an
help musically. Included among the o\ei the past twenty years. Side two.
unbelievably masterful ear, Brignola
number ol ailists and gueMson this is impressive even without "Mighty
and Zollar "worked" together easily
album are Lumir Oeodoto. Stan | l t u " " l nu- Don'i I o \ e Nobody"is
and thoroughly.
an
extended,
exceptional
song
with
Clarke. Cornell Dupree. Joe 1 arrel,
Next week Nick Brignola and
strong
appealing
lyric.
And
as
a
Uonny Hathaway. Bernard I'erdie
I- n e n d s ( H o r l a n d , m a y b e D e mat
lei
ol
tact
Simmons,
Jefferson
and yes. Aretha her.ell on acoustic
Jolinelte, maybe Bohby Hart), will
and electric piano plus much much ami llawes I Might \ I hive Mus'u
wioie all Inn one ol the songs on the
more.
Aretha's piano movements are album and indeed have quite a
This Week In Town
inspired and flowing with passion,
Musically she complements her
voice as imagined no oilier leniale
ever could match. Her gospel roots
•are strong and her appeal is
spiritual and o\ei whelming, \relha
is the basic emphasis nisi as she ison
all ol hei albums. She could have acnunpamed hersell alone and the
emphasis ol bei would he nisi as
sitong 'Victim is puie sdiigsiiess
with llie vocal vaiielv lo uproot any
musical aeci'in pa u uiieli i
Ibis production In Mlanlu s
Wexlei, Aril Maidin. loin Dowd
touch
* * * * * *
Ws. these two albums have, as ol
now. produced two ol the major
single leleascs ol llie lirsl quarter ol
llie vcai. but as albums have not
leached an equally successful
plateau
RPIPlauers
| |H. |<|>| players are in the process ol
preparing a program ol plays and
directors loi next \ear's season. II
vou are interested m directing a show
,„ seeing a particular show perloi nied here, please submit your list
I Miggesi buy Hie album, it's a ol plavs no Uiiei iluin April luih
bellei huv I hvsc ivcotds arc totally
Speedy interest in directing. I'lease
pleasm.ihle and umtli il 1 here are send |o KIM I'lavei s c n I Jave
beiiei M.ugs on these albums that
Kilgoie. l o u n g e I *\ liov. \ >
«ill seldom icaeh tin i.ulio Don'i
i.'isi Quesi ions'.' Coiilacl I'layeiss-cl cauglu shotl!
J.'ll-f.M)!.
limited
ART
COUNCIL
back to play at the Last Chance
and, in two (2) weeks Jeremy Steig,
llutist. will join with Jack Wilkins,
guitar, on the saloon stage. Each of
these two weekends will also include
a Sunday j a / / p r o g r a m , (p.s. Jeremy
Steig wanted an allotment of gas included in his contract il he was to lay
here in town on Sunday-can'l blame
him).
l>\ student
ussoeiatwn
presents:
EMILE de
I he Siena College Black and
Latin Student Union will bring to
you in concert, the templing Tempunions, soulful brothers from Mowtown. U.S.A., at the Albany Palace
theatre, Friday March 29th at K;00
p.m. Don't miss it! Saturday afternoon in Roger Bacon Hall iinaimt
Huraku speaks-located on the Siena
College Campus.
Hridiiv nighl. a country dance R
sponsored by thclliighthSlep'Coflee |
House at Trinity Methodist Church |
will leal ure f-'ennitfs All Stars. 9 p.m. S
I he hand is a string group in fine |
country style. "Let's square dance!" 8j
"Mostly
Folk" a weekly folk |
music show has returned lo WRPI-:£
I'M Irom h-8 p.m. on Sundays n o w ^
that several internal problems on ?
the station have now been resolved. S
I he las! hall hour ol each week's?
show lor ten (10) weeks, will include §j
a taped live perlormance/lrom the 8
Cafi- Lena in Saratoga Springs. In- £
eluded in live weeks lo come are the |
likes of Dave van Ronk, Gordon |
Hok. Happy and Artie Traum and |
Utah Phillips. Ihank you Lena |
Spencer.
[K.M.D.g
\
WHAT
FAMOUS TRIO?
\hoodwinked the courts,
embarrassed an empire,
while swashbuckling their way
to fame and fortune?
Hint: It\ not Haldeman, Ehrbchman
\ and Mitchell.
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PAGE FIFTEEN
Speakers Forum
Presents
Dr. Daniel Ling
Not Enough Hancock's/Comedy of Errors
by Bob Riedlneer
Virfie schedules, ambiguous inform a t i o n , and cumbersome but
necessary formalities of communication. These are demons that many
people might like exorcised from
their daily existence.
Maude Baum, faculty adviser of
SUNYA's Modern Dance Council,
had anespecially harrowing struggle
w i t h these devilishly defeating
demons of day to day ism over the
past ten months. The climax came
on February thirteenth, with the
strange non-appearance ol the Paul
laylor Dance Company, and the
subsequent loss ol S2.5U0 horn
Dance Council's pocket.
The Speech Pathology and
Audiology Club, in conjunction with
the Speakers Forum, will be presenting its! speaker of the year, Dr.
Daniel Ling, on Wednesday, March
27 at 8:00P.M. i n L C - 1 . D r . L i n g i s a
world renowned authority on deaf
education.
Above and Below: A n intimate scene from the "Wizard of Oz". which was
performed this weekend. Russia must be next!!
Reclusive Genius
(ZN.<)1 he reclusive genius of soul
music, Marvin Ciaye, changed his
mind hist week and cancelled a maj o r concert tour.
I he cancelled lour was to have
started in Louisville A p r i l 19 and
continue throught the South, East
and Mid-West. In a recent interview
with Soul magazine, (iaye explained
his reluctance to appear in public.
(iaye added that it has been difficult lor him to gel up lor concerts
ever since the death two years ago ol
his long-time partner, 1 1 ami Terrell,
(iaye also cited the constant
pressure and tight organization required
for successful public
appearances. He said:,
"Heel
1 owe the public and the tans all ol
inc. I hate the thought of having to
be good all ol the time. Suppose I
came oil lousy one lime'.' I can't be
lousy therefore too many people
depending on me. 1 he public is my
lito. Without them I wouldn't eat."
Horn in England, Dr. Ling
graduated as a teacher from St.
John's'College, York, in 1950. He
went on to study audiology and
e d u c a t i o n of hearing-impaired
children at Manchester University
under Professor Sir Alexander Ewing and undertook research at Cambridge University in educational
audiologyf Reading University on
presbycusis and McGill University
in audiology and human communication disorders, lie received
his I'h.I), degree from M r ( i i l l University.
Dr. Ling served as a radar and
communications engineer in the
R.A.I"., and worked as a teacher of
the hearing-impaired in a school
for the deal (Sheffield. 1951-55), in a
p u b l i c school health system
(Heading, licrks., 1955-63), as a
school principal (Montreal;, 196366) and as the director ol a research
project on the identification and
management of deafness in early inlancy (McGill University. 1966present day). He hasbeendireetorof
audiology! services in two Montreal
hospitals and Directoi ol McGill
University's School ol Human Corainunication Disorders. He has also
served as a consultant in Israel. Mexico, various countries in l u r o p c a n d
across the U.S. and Canada, and
been active on many local, national
and international committees and
o r g a n i z a t i o n s concerned
with
audiology or hearing impairment.
Dr. Ling is currently Professor ol
Aural Rehabilitation at McGill Uni v e r s i t y . M o n t r e a l . Ills many
publications have appeared in such
journals | as the Journal uj Speech
ami Hearing Disorders, the Journal
<il Speech ami Hearing Research,
Laryngoscope,
and numerous
others.
In his presentation on March 27,
Dr. Ling will he speaking1' on
Current' I rends in Deal Education.
I very one interested is welcome to
attend.
Ms. Baum neatly summed up the
Paul laylor affair: " I l was a complicated mess from the vctv beginning." Alter talking, with Ms.Haum,
Robert Donnelly, thcatei associate
professor and scenic designer, and
Michael " M a c " Sheehan. Box (Ml ice
coordinator ol the lYilornnng Arts
( c n t e i , 1 could not disagree.
Seeds I'lunlfd l.asl Spring
Dr. Daniel l.ing will speak Wednesday. March 27 at H I'M in l . t ' - l .
The Exorcist
I lull's a icchincaluv [hat d \idesihe
cinema and htciaiurc. anv uav.
by Roy Sehenek
I am rarely satisfied in comparing
movies Willi books, A rare case ol
book-to-screen like Turn of the
Screw or The Other is hard to find,
liven then, I was enthralled by The
Intunetus alter reading the story,
bin the Other was merely a true-lolhe-book adaptation. A different
sort ol thrill, I suppose.
It comes across so luicelul on the
screen. I hat I have lo sa\ the book
is slow and drawn out now. One's
reading pace and real lime just can';
come across so well. A line can be
Hashed on the screen in a split
second.
Now: The Exorcist's thrills are the
sort that inspire more movies ol the
same, as I've already noticed. 1 he
screen gave il such mlensily that I
wonder how I could have liked ihe
book so much.
It's theme is peripheral Aquarian
Age lascination. Il conies [hrougnin
colors: bile green, dellowerated red.
hor some technical reasons, ihe^ just
didn't come out like thai in the hook.
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II 1 hadn't read Ihe book before
seeing ihe movie, I doubl il I would
have lost an\ sense ol thrill. I might
have lainied or thrown up, though.
Instead I laughed at the overdone
special effects, which were just too
good to be true.
1 he siorv-hnc, which survived ihe
transition., could easil> he lost
between the K-ralcd scenes. 1 suppose it's nice to have an epilogue l o a
movielhese days, (As well as lengthy
prologues), l i s the special effects,
though, that make this movie such a
conversational peice. Il 's more difficult lo reach this level with a book,
and remain literate.
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I nlorliiiialelv, the necessary and
icqiuied I ' M space request forms
li.id oii.h been seen and signed In a
lew I uiei Robert Donnelly, scenic
ik'Mgnei ,nnl mimediale superusoi
i"
I >"ii!j C i.uit/. tin- theater
depaitmcm's technical director.
Il.uk ,n liinewasihelnsi I'd heaid
ol ii |the lequest j
I don't know al
rth.u point Done saw it, "'I men
i
ed to Mat Shcehaml that this is
g n m g l o h c a problem, it a\ ton close
i
production o|
lommiv of
/ ' " " > lie told me that he told
M.itidc io sign the contiact, But the
- I ' . i ^ hadn't bcciielcaiedolficmlly.
Sol I'.nough John Hancocks
In mder to lake advaningc ol a
lederal grant I mm the N a t i o n a l ! ndowuicnt l o r l h c Arts, which covcis
oiie-thiro ol the cost. Dance Council
had lo submit an application h\
May. A n o t h e r one-thud was
covered bv the University-vv ide coin
mil tee lor the Arts, which sponsois
certain perlorming giou|)s
Donnellv savs thai ihe space re
quest pioceduics exist so thai
cveivbods the I heatei department,
the music dep.n tment and. in this
case, the Dance Council and Paul
I a\hn"kiio\vs what to expect beloic
ihe contiact i^ signed "
Before this, everybody was saying " I
don't know." Nothing had been
started (on Comedy of Errors),., the
scenery hadn't been designed yet. It
would seem they could make some
sorl of arrangement."
Bob Donnelly didn't think so.
Between moving scenery (which
would be in the process of being painted on stage), and theacttial Taylor
Company perlormance, he figured
Ihe stage would be lied up at least
two days, possible three. .He was especially bothered by the lact that it
would be the last week before vacation, which he considered a "critical
time" since the students, he said, get
icstlcss hcluie vacation, and need
time to gel back in the swing ol
things afterwards, In retrospect.
I Kiiuiells said, "the possibditv ol losing those two days in lebruarv really
endangered the 'Comedy <>l Errors
pnuluction. We work on a vers tight
schedule. As much as a (.lay can realIs sere w up a lot ol ihings."
Switch
I' m m Main
Theater
In
Studio
Maude Baum had lit 11t i hoice A
Mieinoi.irulum l i o i n Sheehan to
Domicllv dated Octobci .'<>, IW.I
read "Maude Baum has agiccd to
have Paul I av loi pci hn m in ihe
studio thcatei. i oss ol potential
scaling eapacilv will he ollscl by a
highci ticket price and a lee loi the
lee tine deiininslialion."
I In mallei seemed resolved; but
\ U Haum continued to look loi a
si age olhei ill,in I he; studio siage. one
thai would ollei closei lo live bun
died --cats as the Main I heatei
would, and bellei than the 153 scats
and smallei vtage ol the studio
I heatei (ah hough 2 ' seals wcie to be
added Intel) Ms Haum was unable
io hud anolhei loeatioii. and made
an a m e n d m e n t to I avloi \
coniiact.
u u l n a l i n g l l i c s u i l c l i l o the
Ms. Baum checked wiih Mai
Sheehan on the availabihtv ol the
thitintheatei loi Match thutccnlh ol
l|us.year.ll just su happens ( oiik-th
it) Errors,
al thai lime, was
scheduled loi Phase B ol its pi odm
l i m work in the mam iheatci Ihe
llAC's phase system delei mines
priority over PAC lacilmes. m ibis
case, the main theaiei Anv pioduc
lion has a six-week period divided
into three phases: duimg Phase A.
M\ ilns linn houeu'i. sunimei
ai.ihoii was m lull su uig Reaching
ihe ncev-ais peojde became esp- ^ailv dill
l lliciuaiiei bo-tied
m seu-ial diawcis. wailing loi a
d a n t i j ; ol the an in llu lal)
Maude Baum called ;i meeting ol
lb. IVUoiming \Hs< ouncdui (K
lobe, while lookmglu. alici natcpci
k.nuance locatun
' \ i thai point
M.K Sheehan and I weie living lo
gel a definite ans'ttei onvvheibei (he
mam stage could he used oi not
a month
for a few good
college men.
Forms and applications are available
W Students' International Meditation Society
PAGE SIXTEEN
v$
v \ T .0
Of
e
commuters
"Inner happiness Is the basis
for successful and fulfilling activity."
Vis Haum said thai Mac Sheehan
gave hei the go-ahead anyway, on
ihe assumption thai getting the mam
theaiei lot one dav during Phase B
the ( tmetb of Errors schedule lor
the Invlor Dance Conipain performance was leasible. Ihe contract
wnh the dance company was signed
on Vlav twentv-seventh. llJ73.
$100
Alumni Board
Seats for all Quads and
Dance * mined, .i bun \e.n old
siudcnt londed otgain/.ii
has .in
active pcilniimug tnrmbctslup ol
uvenl\ in i m i v - l i u people, bin
hi nigs touring companies to \lhanv
ih.il .lie ol inictest to the public ill
Luge In Ihe spnng ol l.isi veai. the
Council planned to bung the world
ii/knowncd lavloi Daiuv t ouipanv
n> Albanv. How dillicull could such
.i protect he'.1 I'lcntv!
the first two weeks, work on a
production must yield to any actual
perlormance request. Phase B is a
negotiable period, and Phase C,
which includes the days that a
production is actually being perlormed. is entirely reserved for ihe
group doing the production. The
director ol the Cometh oj'Errors, Ed
Gold-en, was a new faculty member
lor the tall and wasn't available last
May lor negotiations.
studio
ihcaiei Wiilteii Ciinseiit concerning
ihe aniendineni came l i o i n laylor
,,„ |,,,iuai\ seventh ul this yeai
But
lav lot
has
stage
spee.heatious wntien into the conHad
Ihe Mage dimensions ihal
someone in the theaiei dep.n luicnt
gave Ms Haum lo, ihe amendment
seemed lo meet
lasloi's iequiieuienls
;„,l,l|,,l!ll»'S,l»«lkv.|] Nsllk,
., hi,l.»sh,|> II vi»u|«.>l*. '•"> ' •
ml
tIII.- M.I,
( o,|,-. I'l,ili»
However, the Taylor company
arrived February eleventh and found
that the measurements in the contract were incorrect. While the
measurements of the studio theater
stage as igiven were thirty feet deep
from the top of the apron lo the
back, therewcre no exits off the
apron and no wing space, which cut
the working stage space to twenty
feet. Then, with a black cross over
the curtain lor the back, tfiis depth
was cut lo seventeen feet, atotal of
thirteen feet less than Taylor's contract required. According to Ms.
Baum, laylor said. *"l can't put my
dancers on here. I have their safety to
think o l . "
Ms. Baum made a last appeal to
Donnellv lor ihe use of the mam
theater. Dance Council ollered to
move the plav's scenerv. Donnelly
icliised the request " I here was no
place loi this scenerv to go. Ninetv
percent ol the construction was
done and what il something
happened to ihe sccneiv. I Nad .i
couunilmcni i.o the students working
on this and also to ihe public."! I hat
is. |he public which had tickets loi
( tuucih tit t.norw Although diiccloi I dGoldenolleiedtoicheaisehis
acluis elsewhere, ihe scene is could
uoi he moved
T.xpensivi' l.t'clure
Wiih no available iheatci loi the
dance company pei loi inance. Ms.
Haum received a let lei Irom l a s l o r s
lavwcis. indicating then right lo the
canecllation ol ihe contiact because
ol
l.nluie
lo c o m p l y
with
specifications. The $5,500 from the
National Endowment for the Arts
and the University-wide committee
went to Taylor, no questions asked.
Dance Council also had to pay S2,500 ol its own SA budget money.
I he "sold out" box office sales had
to be refunded. A l l that Dance
Council got in return was a lecture
demonstration, a lecture seminar,
and a lot of aggravation.
Afterwards, a meeting was held
with, among others, Ms. Baum, Mr.
Donnelly, Mr. Sheehan, Executive
VP for Academic Affairs Phillip
Sirotkm. and Associate Dean of
Humanities Ruth Schmidt, to look
into the question ol PAC scheduling
and priorities. Both Ms. Baum and
Mr. Donnellv feel that relations
between dance council and the
theaiei department at this time uni o n unately, are "strained."
Preview: Dud Meets Nick
Meanwhile. Dance Council has
ihe A l v i n N i k o l a i s Company
scheduled loi April .Kith and May
Isi in the Main I healer
Mviu
Nikolais uses alot ol special sound
ami visual ellects. which wouldn't be
bad escept that a sound leakage has
been discovered between the Mam
Iheatci and the Studio I heatei I he
stage (iioduciionot "Oh Dad. Poor
I >ad". wiih several quiet and moving
moments, will be in ihe studio
theater, receiving "messages" Irom
Nikolais Both'productions will also
require a great amount ol lighting
Ruben Donnellv says. "I hope he's
bunging his own projection equipmneiil and lights " Maude Baum s;i\s,
" l i e bungs some ol his own lights,
bin. "
Il nothing else, the inevitable
hicuoiks will make up loi the lack
ol liadijional lighting equipment.
'"BLAZING SADDLES' IS PURE
INSANITY! IT'S SO FUNNY THAT
IT HAS TO BE EXPERIENCED.
IT IS THE rUNNIEST THING
SINCE 'SOME LIKE IT HOT'."
"BLAZING SADDLES' IS A
TERRIFIC MOVIE ...IT WILL MAKE
YOU LAUGH UNTIL YOU'RE BLUE
IN THE FACE."
,ill.i|.,..l.,'<..,ii i , , M,»»»'cilfu
nth I'I (
tj,,.„,lu„ Vi..
, ill, I, i l l , . M.inni' nllici'i whu viMIs
D A T E : 2 6 a n d 27 M a r c h , 1 9 7 4
T I M E : 9:00 a m to 3:00 p m
C O C A T I O N : Placement Oltlce
J The Marines are
looking for a few good men.
TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1974
TUESDAY, MARCH 20, l*>74
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
J
AGE SEVENTEEN
• i .
RIDt/RIDffS
H4MU
5 Bedrm. a p t . lor sublet. S65 June
August. Dave 457 -
What do two porcupines say when they
kiss?
Ride wanted I way — Friday, March 29 to
"Happy Birthday" and "Ouch!"
Love, me
Loch Sheldrake (Monticello, Ellenville area).
Summer Sublet: Beautiful 4 bdrm apt from
Call Lorraine at 7 — 7969.
June to August. Located Western Ave. Right
an busline. Fully lurnished $65 month. Call
Desperate! |Ride needed for' \.\ Seaford,
436 — 1640.
Massapequa or area on March 29 returning
Tommie,
Thank you for March 26th, 7 months and
all that is ours.
Love,
Dianne
March 3 1 . Call Rosanne 7 — 7718.
Sublet: Reasonable rent, on busline, female
(s) Call 7 — 8774.
r e t V4ii
Dear Klcon,
Wed. 6 PM, (Last bus leaves at 5) HEtP/BJ
mmmmmmmemmmtmtmKx
roommates
Sketch and Paint Vermont. Expert instruc-
Buick Skylark 1970 While /Black Roof, AC,
tion in the scenic hills of Vermont. Dorm style
Radio, F & R Def., 35,000 mi. Asking $2050
lodging and all meals July 7 — 27 — $450
Contact Rich 4 8 2 — 2481.
— limited enrollment. Write: The MindsEye
Stereo Tape player and Tapes Excellent
Ride needed — SUNY to Latham every
Attractive Summer Sublet New kitchen, 4
wanted;
own room;
What is a JAP? Now I have the "12 com-
783 — 1017 or 7 — 2190.
near
mandments" to go by. Thanks!
SUNYA busline; reasonable rent. Call 489
$40 lobster
Ride needed Southern California. Summer,
— 1626
Stephen 7 — 5211.
3 roommates wanted: Attractive apartment
Going west for Easter? Ride needed to
Workshop, Chateau Ecale, Pittsford, Vt.
for Sept. own bedroom; new kitchen; near
Michigan — Detroit. Share expenses and
05763
SUNYA busline; reasonable rent. Call 489
driving. Call Tony after 7 P M 4 5 9 — 8 8 5 9 .
condition. Call Eric 457 — 8748.
Margery—
A personal
Ride wanted to Washington D.C. area on
can help you! Write for free application to :
3 and 4 bedroom apt. (same building)
$210, selling $95. Excellent condition, Call
PDS
PO Box 559 EE, SUNYA, 1400
available to sublet for the summer (begin-
Washington Ave, Albany, NY 12222. Please
ning June ) on busline, reasonable rent,
enclose self — addressed envelope.
completely furnished. Girls only. Call 7 —
459 -
6730.
Five speed tandem bicycle. Good condition.
Selling $75. Call 459 — 6730.
9 x 1 2 shag rug. S15 7 Martin guitar -
8924.
Furniture and Appliances Low Rates John
Joan 482 — 5368.
Subleasing apartment near busline. June 1
5201.
to mid August. Suitable for 4 or 5 people.
Friendly visitors for aged in own homes,
B.G
Thanks for the ot> ,-r night — for talking
Lost: Pair of fur— lined brown leather
and listening. Now we • now io much more
gloves. Please call Carol 465 — 6815.
about each other
Adoroble
summer
sublet
on bus line
Friends?
Lost — "chai" charm — 'A " with diamond
available. Ideal for two to four people and
chip on March 22, sentimental. Reword 457
reasonable rent. Call Robin 457 — 3021.
Patlyn Tax Service — individual, small
Subleasing a 3 bdrm apt from June till
business, 436 — 4306, evenings, weekends,
August. Fully furnished $60 per month.
typing and bookkeeping done also.
Located on S. Lake Ave right off busine. Call
Squish
Sqwoosh!
— 5290
Found: Watch in social science Call 7 5212.
Ski
Found: Puppy, ton, white, Coll 472 — 8724,
We're not so young anymore!
Silly Goose
— 20 hours per week. $2 an hour, own car,
mileage, Jewish Family Services H 0 2
4291.
Barclay Secretarial Agency. Theses, term
Looking for nice house or apartment, three
papers, dissertations. Phone 399 — 8820,
bedrooms or more, a $75 reward if we take
899 -
one you suggested. Mark 457 - 5260.
2553 after 6 PM,
Strass
What the devil were you doing streaking
ABC Driving School invites applications for
instructors, port — lime now, full — time
during vacations. 438 — 0853.
Environmental group needs dedicated people to help with community organizing,
Typing Serv,ce. 439 -
5765.
Typing Experienced. 355 -
3733
Capital District. Full and p a h time, paid and
Typing done in my home 869 — 2474
Attention SA Groups
table apt on busline. Own room. Rent $62.
SA of tice to see it your budget ib coming up
From April thru summer. Please call 482 —
m Iront o l Central Council tomorrow night
2845
It it is and you want it changed, be at the
121 Winthrop Ave. \
Typing done in my home 482 — 8432
Salaried,full and part-time
CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
Johnny Carson wos only 46. Happy two
years.
Workboot
i
j Circle appropriate heading
LOST & FOUND
|
FOR SALE
HELP WANTED
I
HOUSING
SERVICES
I
PERSONAL
RIDE/RIDERS WANTED
[
WANTED
cmmffisrafluXB
Dear Dr. Dorell,
All roads lead lo Tran'or and that is
mm
Dear Superwomen,
You look great with 01 without your cape
zip/
ZIP!
Up yours A.E.B.!
Love,
S A
Wanted: Two guys needed to fill a suite in
To B.C. '74:
Your thoughtfulness
preciated.
roommate
wanted
—
campus $100 Coll 459 -
My Dear Nixon,
Resign, Ihe odds ore agoinsl you
Your', truly.
'I&MM
Han Seldon
wos greatly ap-
You're beautiful as well as
Fingers
su- •:essful!
own bedroom,\1uxury apt. 8 minute from
R.M.K.
1898
It'i your turn to play the role of the cripple
Get Well Sweetie
Legs
Campus Contraception
vlHIIC
'Dear M B
Itility For eve
at the Student Health Service
_ .
Confidentiality
For Appointment call:
assured.
4 5 7 - 3 7 1 7 Mon. - Fri. between 1 - 5 pm
ONCE A KNIGHT, BEING SUNK
SO PEEP IN THE SEA OF
DESPONPE BY HIS FAILURE
WITH WOMEN, PIP RETREAT
PEEP INTO THE FOREST
WITH A VOLUME OF MOST
MELANCHOLY VERSE.
WHENCE HIS ROOMIE, A
PRAGON, DIP COME UPON
HIM ANP PIP TELL HIM OF
A WONDROUS WAV TO
ATTRACT THE OPPOSITE SEX.
BY MEANS OF THE ANCIENT
ART OF THE STREAKE.
Dear Irishman
Do Yuu Need a Doilo
C u e s . Win
A d t o i e d d as f o l l o w s
that you want
to sell?
Need some
wheels to
get away':
PLACE
Department
CLASSIFIED
AD!
Want to
tell a friend
you care
The ASP
Classified Ad
A
congratulates
Something
all who were
lost that needs
involved with
to be found?
TELETHON.
AND UNDER THE WATCHFUL
EYE OF HIS MENTOR, THE
KNIGHT DIP PROCEED TO
PERFECT HIS STREAKING
SKILLS... TO THE GENERAL
AMUSEMENT OF ALL THE
FURRY BEASTES.
AT LAST HE PROVED READY
FOR HIS BIG STREAKE. ANP
DID SET OUT ON HIS WAY...
vOTMftS
ACHIEVING SUCH A GREAT
VELOCITY THAT HE PIP ZIG
WHEN HE SHOULD HAVE
ZAG6EP.
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
UESDAY, MARCH 2C>, H 7 4
[•UESDAY, MARCH 26, 1974
PROVING ONCE AGAIN:
BEING THE OPEN MAN IS
MUCH BETTER IN BASKETBALL THAN IN LIFE.
Schaeloi Breweries, New Yuik, NY, Baltimore, Mil. Lehigh Valley, Pj
ALBANY STUDENT PRESS
PAGE EIGHTEEN
AND SO, OVER A COUPLE
OF FROSTY-COLD CANS OF
SCHAEFER--THE BEER THAT
PREAMS ARE BUILT UPON-THEy DIP PLOT THE KNIGHT'S
MAIDEN STREAKE.
•
Have something \
I
In the meantime, me Alumni
Wnciaiiun continue, m stand
helund athletics at Mham Stale,
\ s| ,je tmin raising Ihe mones which
eau | V ollcied lo pioinising athletic
i.ilcin tliiougli
scholarship
putgiams. H is in the pinccss nl tmp ., louiuiumcutious uctwotk
milt alumni ucinss the stale In aid in
the ten lining tup high school peleis loihis way mini inuliuncnii
iv
^ , . N I I supplied lo coaches.
,, h i| meeting., cm nunc uuiekh he
.luaujicil ll also is encolll aging
, t,,,ei lies between coaches and lite
Imaliual ,H|S ollici Ml in all. a
l.md.ibk uieaui/ulion loi we who
v ,,t, to i.use tin. level ul athletic pel
• lei I.,UU.IIK. n Mh.ins Slat,
, ,.
,M, 11,.,• n i , .,|ioitsvviili
,i.„, i, then 11alul-liip again
The Orange Blimp
THURSDAY evenings
FORM
Alumni Association
continued from page 20
»t today, we've raised $IOK.U(M>and
h\ June we will make it."
-Now that's a phenomimiI Injure."
lie adds. "Iui support in (heareas ol
scholarships, hooks loi the library,
in needed lacilities. One lacditv
might hen licld house which nalirralIv would cost much nunc, set il we
euiild show Imn it could amurti/e
itsell in tci ms nl events held in it. the
IUOIICV might He laised. I think iliac
is .1 need Iui the athletic adusoiv
Iiuaid .mil Ihe Stimuli Nssociatiun
lo eel loiicthei and discuss Inline
cuiipeialKiii in Iciins ol athletic
moneys lluuugh alumni lunds lam
tuiilidciii dial alumni will lespuml
when lhe\ see llial llieie is a sei ions
need thai lhe> can lullill Ihe case
tinisi In clcaih in.uk how cv ei as it
must Iv cMilcui dial ills sluduils.niil
the adininisll
.ill behind il "
on
472 — 8733,
— 8722
:
where all stars end.
on Western Ave,
Dutch Tower for the Fall semester. Call 457
—
but Aaron was the life of the and served humanity. Aaron
that of a hero of the Roman
'went beyond color and shared in
leant
its heart.
Coliseum, shone brightly against
the service of humanityiandsctan
Ihe
game
was
just
starting
as
the dense greenery of left-field.
he wailed on deck and the third ideal for every young person in
Mow could I have even briefly
position batter was retired rob- this country who ever spent long
lorgotten his presence as I coaxbing him of precious , time in tho hours to follow a purpose in life.
ed my dad lo say "hello" to
race lo beat the records. It was His reward is the deep respect of
Coach Silvestri. a former acthe next inning that the man who loyal fans and his suffering is the
quaintance of the war.
is now called "Legend" carefully terrorizing type of threat on his
I he tension grew like a
paced his road to the plate. My life mailed to him by sadistic
volcano as we passed security
eyes were fixed on his cat-like racists and pure maniacs.
police and a camerman during
Atlanta walked away with a
nun es and coal black arms. They
that time of the immediate prcmade Seaver wince with fear. defeat that day. but Aaron was
gamc excitement. As I scanned
What the halter did was not im- marching toward a position he is
the empty Atlanta bench and
portant because the multitude in today .160 steps away from
miticedan impressive RicoC'arly
will applaud Ihe giant ol a man tying the record and one more
and asked the whereabouts of the
even in New York, the opposing roundtripaway from breaking it.
coach, lie informed me that he
team's home base. I he tans that Hank has given us the courage of
was in the bullpen.
day were rootinglora man.nota carrying on. As he (ravels into
\llei the last lew strainsol the
team, and not a single game but history he gives everyone who
national anthem we made our
hothcis to understand the
the game ol baseball itself.
way in the bullpen and called to
number one sport a medium of
His
color
seemed
unimportant
•'• * who seemed to vaguely
excellence.
and
he
spoke
his
mind
lo
those
icnicuibcr my lathei nltct a briel
I'euplc talk ul Ruth vs.
introduction and the mentioning who would listen with purpose
\aiuu. Suniew heie in San Diego
ul a lew places m the I'acilic. \ and genuine leeling. lie spoke
nut in words that can lade with or San I rancisco in Atlanta, or
thought nl Hank came to mind
tune. Rather, his voice spoke the wherevei he breaks the record.
as I observed some pitchers and
Uahc Ruth reserves a scat in the
lescrve hekleis who idled the woids through a 40-uiince piece
upper grandstand and his voice
ul
wood.
I
his
man
has
dune
Ihe
clinch's icqucsi to colled some
will he cheering lor Hank above
aulugiaphs lot me. Here weie lob lie set out In accomplish.
e\er\ ulhei unc in the crowd .
nun who hail cctiain key |uhs Kuhiiisun broke the color line
First Speakei
directly on busline. S50 month. Call Carol
Responsible
m front o l ihe Campus Center?
by Don Nemcik
that stage us a slim, hopeful
Throughout the area an youth,
energy radiated thai touehed
During this career he proudly
every living heing and engraved hore the emblem of the "Braves."
history into this memorial place
Ihings had seemed to go on
as that powerful man strode into without him. hut he was always
the arena. It was already nine- there. His royal blue and ivory
teen years since he stepped onto white uniform, which resembled
it's been a long time since Clockwork.
Wanted: 2 females to share bedroom in
apartment
—
Sneaker,
Free room in exhange for services, Call
beautiful
S l b R H O SPEAKERS: oneattendant-roommates needed lo
ihird original cosl. Systems
help with daily living routines
perfect. Cabinets scratched or
|ol handicapped students (undergradi
damaged. 15-80 watt. 2,3,4 way
|and grad). Positions now open
f>"-l2" drivers. 6-20 o/.. magnets
!to begin summer and-or tail semAir suspension
or ported
BECKER ELECTRONICS Rte.
esters. No experience necessary.
145 East Durham. New York
[Contact J.Larry Railey, Office
12423
lo] Student Lile.CC 137.457-1296
Check hit posted in
meeting
George Trahan 237 — 451 I.
volunteer staff. Fair pay. Call 463 — 4859
after 10 AM.
Roommate wanted to share large comfor-
Handicapped man needs apartment mate.
educational and fund — raising drive in the
• wash
P. S You're my favorite kicoomba
Meryl Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith.
Allyn or Lorraine 457 — 7969.
year round, familiarity Yiddish prefered, 10
find a new home. Call 472 — 6053
Nailer,
Can't you ()h>nlt of anything but food?
Wierd Elliot
Getting Married? Let "Bob" photograph
prices. Call 459 — 9337 evenings.
as I can no longer keep him. Please help him
Sun., 3-3". , Please call Allyn 457-7969.
Rent negotiable. Call 7 — 7960.
your wedding. Quality work. Reasonable
Joyce
Thurs. or Fri. (3-28 or 29) and returning
3040.
Kerwin 457 — 5194, Russ Sturm 457 —
Excellent condition. Coll
happy birthday.
I have a little putty — cat who needs a home
— 1626.
N e e d a dale? Personalized dating service
Two ten speed Ginay racing bicycles. New
'
Honey,
-
4004.
••»
Henry Aaron, Only Four Bases To History
Eric,
I wont you.
FACE NINETEEN
..MM,.,
,
State University ol -New York at Albany
ruKSUAV. MAHen ,.•(,. VJH
Alumni Association Key To Cager Growth
i:
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•
by Vinnic Kcda
I would n o t . n o r m a l l y , start an article with a personal s t a t e m e n t , but
since a misstatement ol facts in my
March
19 article o n the n o n r e t u r n i n g varsity basketball players
c o u l d have d a m a g e d the public ima g e oT a laudable organization, I I'eel
a n apology is only lair.
The story made m e n t i o n ol "heartaches*' fell by the Alumni Associat i o n over the n u m b e r of hlaeks w h o
started on this year's s q u a d . A closer
checking of the facts would have
revealed that the first recipients of
tlte Alumni Basketball Scholarships,
given out by the association, went to
Byron Miller and Reggie S m i t h . a n d
that the association is currently
w o r k i n g with the Lducational O p portunity P r o g r a m in o r d e r to found
an L O P Alumni Association. 1 offer
my sinccrest apologies for the cute
i n n u e n d o which, in what I feci to be
an
o t h e r w i s e a c c u r a t e article.
p r o m u l g a t e s ilsell as a m o n u m e n t to
misjudgnient.
t h e r e were many non-racial exp l a n a t i o n s fo r I he I al I ingol'fin a t t e n d a n c e at this year's g a m e s , although
Albany State coach Richard " D o c "
S a u e r s does admit that "the racial
controversy a t the start ol the season
might have been a factor." The more
direct reasons, however, he says,
were ihat "we got oil to a slower start
t h a n usual (7-6)^ and we didn't d o
l o o well in Ihc Capital District I o u r n a m e n l here."
A n o t h e r factor is that the quality
ol ball played this year at Albany
S t a l e , although often more exciting,
did not increase significantly h u m
the year belore. or even Irom the
year belore that. I he t e a m has kept
basically the same schedule and performed basically as well, but no
belter, against it. S t a g n a t i o n , history
has shown, is neither numerically
nor aesthetically p o p u l a r .
l o end this c o n d i t i o n . Albany
needs t o attract m o r e high school
s t a n d o u t s , and particularly the taller
o n e s . I his would be the major step
lowurd
improving
the
team's
s c h e d u l e and
pcrlni mancc.
As
Sauers says.howeveifio compete lor
the quality pluyei
the quality big
man
vou must have ihc money. I
know I hat we could have had a good
big man Irom the area this yeai il wc
had had the money in oltci him. lie
could have lived at h o m e and we
woiild have paid tor all the rest, lie
now plays as tilth oi sixth man on a
Yankee Coiilerence college which
m a d e the IN 11 (•National Invitational
I otiriiaineni) this year."
Sauers does point out that in a
way, Albany is getting a higher
quality of athlete because of the
much higher costs which private institutions d e m a n d , a n d "there arc
not many schools in this part of the
c o u n t r y that can g i \ e a man money
lur his basket ball ability. Siena is the
only one in this area, liven the Ivy
League schools can only give m o n e y
lo a hoy on Ihc basis ol financial
need, as we a n d the o t h e r state universities d o . "
Yet he points out that "Buffalo
S t a t e . I ' o l s d a m . and Brock port, o u r
major competition l o r l h e S U N Y A C
utle. all have considerably more
money lor these p u r p o s e s than I
have."
I he answer
to the
problem
p r o b a b l y does not lay in the deep
recesses ul the
undergraduates'
pockets. As Sauers slates, "I don't
think the s t u d e n t s on this c a m p u s
would support any move to raise
then student lax in o r d e r lo aid
athletic t e a m s . " Where does an
answer lie'.' Very possibly with my
friends at the A l u m n i Association.
I he Basketball Scholarship fund
is |usl t w o years old, yet, in addition
lo aiding Smith and Miller, it has
made it a little easier lor men like
Mike
Suprunovvic/
and
Gary
I reveit to display their basketball
talents here. "Al this s t a g e . " according lo David W. J e n k s , president ol
Ihc Alumni Association, "we are not
giving large sums ($5O-$20O). Ihc
Kind has really just helped the student to meet basic financial needs. In
many cases, il just means that they
d o not have to l a k e on p a r t - t i m e j o b s
which would lake them away from
Ihcir study time a n d t h c i r a t h l c l i c a c l i v i u e s . a n d we leel thai this is impor[,inl
" W e realize, however, that we
would have lo raise much more in
the area ol scholarship m o n e y lo a t Irael the truly talented ballplayei
a n d then give him the linancial support necessary lo enable him lo remain here." Currently the primary
sources ol i n c o m e , which have
netted about MOO a n n u a l l y , have
been lormer D o c S a u e r s ' .players
solicited through the mail, and the
selling ol basketball p i o g r a m s al
vaisily games llns veal al a dime
ripiece.
Although J e n k s adinils thai alumni support here is still in iis uilaney.
he maintains, " I h c potential ol
a l u m n i s u p p o r t in athletics is large.
Instead of focusing on what has been
d o n e , which by any s t a n d a r d s is
minimal, the association is busy encouraging an a d v a n c e m e n t toward
that potential. As an example, we
have raised over $1,000 in the past
three years for the
Basketball
Scholarship, yet I don't see why we
eau'l raise that lo five-thousand
dollars per year in the near luture."
leaks adds thai "I would like lo
shess thai my involvement wilh the
basketball lund is as an interested
a l u m n u s , not as Director ol Alumni
allairs. because as director, I would
like lo sec m o r e support given to all
spoils. We arc working lo promote
thai now in that we have advertised
lor all sports that have asked our
ihclp.i such as the basketball lund.
Ihc Howard C. Mcriam award in
C r o s s - c o u n t r y /and I rack, and now
Byron Miller, first recipient of (he Alumni Association Scholarship.
the lederal g o v e r n m e n t gives us a
Law I iilorccnicnl P r o g r a m grant
and we are b o u n d lo distribute
money on t h e d u e l criteria of study in
law e n f o r c e m e n t
and
financial
need."
I he problem now is in attaining
Whichi brings up the question of
whether o r not funds could he the m o n e y . J e n k s says. "II an a l u m solicited
solely
for
a t h l e t i c nus so directs us we will use money
scholarships in general, eilher direct- solely lot athletic use now. I don't
ly lo I he Athletic board, or through think lhal Ihc long lei vol ol athletic
ihc Alumni Association. In either s u p p o i i lhal you might find in the
Dig III schools exists here bill the
case, cooperation would he sought
Irom the l i n a n c i a l Aids. Harvey C. leeling toward more support is conI hull, ol thai u l l i c c . s a y s t l i a f p r i n i c stantly growing, I here is no question
concern here is thai we deal wilh any thai the money is there."
inunevs on the basis ol one
J e n k s points mil that an Alumni
criterion
linancial need. In my opi- f u n d , such as is louiul at most unnion, however, II new moneys are iversities and colleges around the
directed
through
the
Alumni country, did ool exisl until a year
Association specifically fur athletic and a hall ago. \ two-year goal ol
use. they would be used lor that pur- SI7S.0HI) lur an Alumni Conference
pose. Il would be Ihc same as when ( culci was set, a n d Jenks stales. "As
amlinued
on page 19
Poor Facilities Hamper
Spring Sports Preparations
l-'irst of a T w o P a r t Series
by D o u g L e w a n d a
What d o you d o when you have
several spring school sports teams
who need facilities and no facilities
in which to put ihem? Well, you
m a k e d u e with what you have—a
situation Albany State coaches must
face year after year.
Krom the middle of February until
the weather breaks. University Gym
is completely booked wilh a multitude of diverse activities. Be il
A M I A floor hockey, i n d o o r soccer,
or women's tennis, the gym is constantly in use, and Albany's athletic
teams are finding far too little time
for valuable, much-needed practice.
I he consensus a m o n g the coaches
ol spring teams is that some sort of
building, whether il be a fieldhouse
or even a t e m p o r a r y bubble, is
drastically needed
not only for
school sports, but lor the rest ol the
student body as well. I his point was
particularly emphasized by all the
coaches. I hey understand the plight
of the average student, who gels just
as aggravated in finding the baskethall courts unavailable as any athlete
who must practice ut 9:30jp.m. or in
the tunnels of the academic podiu
Coach Robert l o r d ' s lacrosse
team is used to adverse playing conditions, l a c r o s s e games, like lootball, are played in all types ol
weather, and cancellations due to
lain, cold, oi pooi playing conditions arc an ex11exne rarity. Vet,
when loin inches ul snow l a l l l o the
g r o u n d .is happend last week, it is
imposwhJB L» use i h e o u l d o o n l o i any
kind ul produeliVfJdrilWaftfcpnu!tices
I bus the lacrosse team is luiced to
use the main gym, with practice
tunes varying 11 om t luce to nine p.in.
"It's especially tough.'' as Coach
l o r d says, "on all ol my players, especially it tlu-y'icWWMMMft and <%
coachiu£HUltfai^HAi($uile often my
assistants will arrive at K a in. and
not leave University Gym belore I I
p.m." As Coach l o r d notes, "We
badly need a lieldhou^e with the si/e
ol om student body, and (he number
olfUhlAitcio* litftt il UK mw
mm*?*
the new I ) a n e s C l u b which will act a s
a booster club for Ihc football team.
I he burden of the initiative here, lies
wilh those a l u m n i and friends who
urcmostlntcrcsicd in that particular
spoil."
I he playing Yields thai Alhuny
State has are rathei excellent and
well kept when c o m p a r e d to other
schools, In lact, l o i d hits a choice
il the g r o u n d is wel. he can lake his
troops to the high g r o u n d behind
Dutch Q u a a \ which has a better
jlrainaue system, li everything isdry,
he
f can practice right on or adjacent tollheloweriofficial varsity field.
Thus o u t d o o r s . Slate has moret h a n - a d e q u a t e facilities; it's when
the trek i n d o o r s must he made that
the team suffers.
According to h o r d , "there's no
question in my mind that we have a
t r e m e n d o u s need for one. However,
even if t h e decision was made to
build it t o m o r r o w , it would probably
take approximately t w o y e a r s belore
it was finished." I bus any immediate
planning would still' have to be
measured in yearsbelorereliel could
he a reality.
Coach Bob lluiiingame and his
Great D a n e baseball team are a little
bit belter oil. However, they still
have a lung way to go before their
facilities c o m p a r e with those of RI*I,
Cortland, or even Union. Since moving to the u p t o w n campus, the
baseball team has been able to use a
batting cagehel ur in,iheauxihary£\ in
lor a limited tune d u r i n g the month
ol March. I hat is because at other
tunes, either volleyball g a m e s or
other physical education classes take
thai space, However, having a n indoor batting cage is normal lor most
schools that held any kind ul major
baseball team. K. 1*1, loi example, has
a converted wrestling room with a
year-round set up. and Cortland has
a cage, a bullpen, and even sliding
ureus
ting cage used as a bullpen. Since instiluting it, it has been
very
successful because my pitchers have
been able to step right into a game
situation and be ready. O u r guy's
legs have been in great shape, and
we've used this system ever since."
Unfortunately, there have heen
just as many < d r a w b a c k s with the
tunnels, fall p ; ' c h e r s scrape then
knuckles on the walls,as they follow
t h r o u g h in their m o t i o n . And in addition to the p o o r lighting, the
tunnels are very confining, being extremely lough on the catchers.
A third at at ion used by this squad
is the main gym. When available, a
muddied infield practice can be held,
with 70 ft. bases. T h i s , although far
Irom ideal, is a lotbetter than Page
Gym, where the learn used to hold
practice belore the Great While Way
was built. I'age Gym was only sixtysix feet long, with a couple ol extra
alley ways when the bleachers were
pushed into i he walls. I hat was it for
the baseball Utilities-. Yet m those
days, iheieweictiopthci sport teams
in the spring that had to share u i o m
loi practice and games.
" I bus, with the increase in ihc
ntimber ol spring teams," continues
itui hngaine. "the hustle remains as
tu how long we can ulih/e the
lacilities. We have to share the
hunted space with nthei spoils, in11 a in ur ;ils. and icgulai t a t c a i i o n
Itul we must do the best we can with
whai wc h a w
we're ptogiessiug
Vel until we haven good lieklhouse,
we won't have, as lai ,is baseball
goes, the lacilities we need
Anuihei aiea used b \ ihc h.iulhalleis are the inlanious tunnels
'"Il n units, we usually call oil
located
beneath
ihc academic
pi act ice allogelhei, in |iisi go
podium I lie team used lo practice
through some simple muck dulls,
pitching mi ihc icgulai gym floor,
hut as Muiluigaine explains, "by the losing only one day in i h e p i o c e s s II
the rain is loi a lew days, howevei,
tune the l u s t trip ol the year would
we'll go inside and d o what we can,
cume a b o u t , the team would still not
accomplishing something else like
have had an o p p o r t u n i t y lo practice
viewing
movies and
having a
outside on tun
real d i a m o n d s
meeting il |he ground is wel. we'll
because ol the lingering Albany
slay outside and use html-runnet
winter I bus, my pitchers found il
balls, because the ieguljii ones would
very t o u g h converting from the flat
he ruined."
floors to the clay muuiiiis-Ku in o r d e r
lo get the guys used to throwing h u m
the lull, yetting their legs in s n i ^ e
(ditlercnt imit»c|csdo)frvelop il you.%:
on the hill or not), and b f t a t t m t ft
P r o b l e m s fur the truck team and u
their shoes, m o u n d s in the t u n n e l s look towurd the future in I rhliivv
were constructed with a n o t h e r bat- AS"'
Vol. LX1 No. l b
MARCH 29, 1974
Demonstrations Erupt At
New Paltz State College
1,000 Gather At Student Union
by Al Scniii
S A S l Press Service
Ncvv Paltz
Several hundred
students staged a series ol "bit and
r u n " actions on this Slate University
campus this week
"Protective
education strikes" they called them
in an effort l o d r a i i i a t i / e d e m a n d s
lor grading, governance and tenure
I'ctoriu.
Several spokespeisons lor the
d e m o n s t r a t o r s said
the)
would
n r g a n i / c i i campus wide strike unless
student uiievanccs were acted upon
In the administration, but others
said protesters would concentrate
then ellorls on short, spontaneous
sii-ins anil demonstrations to call
attention lo the c a m p u s p r o b l e m s
lhal are a local poinl lor t h c d i s p u l e .
tainpus
wide
rallies.
dcnionsii alums, and s.t-ins have
been a liiniihui sight on the c a m p u s
throughout the pasi week. Al the
height ol the protest activity, nearly
I.Dtll) students rallied lo show sup-
believe Ihiit education is being improved by lowering grades and
lightening requirements," explained
Danny K o b a n e . newly elected weepresident o l i h c s i u d c n l government,
" I his is no real reform, only a regression."
Dissident students also c l a i m l h a l
the campus College Assemblv is
"inelleclive and
unworkable"
because more conservative laculty
ate boycotting Assemblv meetings
and resisting reloinis iippiovcd by
the body. I he administration is
aiding the laculty in t h e i r e l l o i t s the
students charge, bv taking up imporinui educational issues outside Dnn'i (.el Sinned Al S I ' N Y A ! Winter brings concrete d o w n from the roof al corner of 1111' podium ul Humanities
the eonlmes ol the Assemly.
I he t ollege Assemblv. which has
a o n e t h i r d voting student represenration, is the major academic policymaking body ol tbecollege. Many ol
iheieeeni academic r c l o i m s a d o p i e d
al New I ' a h / have had their main
impetus in the Assembly.
|,y Hob M a y e r
bying groups. I he hill allows l u r s t u .educed incomes and in turn many
Efforts Made To Limit Student Tax
Nine Bills In Legislature
purl loi student grievances. An over-
I •mails, students ale dismayed bv
deiil government organizations like
student
night occupation ol the administraiiunhinldingniiiacicusoinc.mllpnr-
a recent decision t o lire three p o p ulai women laculty members and lo
Al.HANY
An ellort has been
launched in the New York Stale
the Student Association ol llic Stale
University (SASUI. lo continue
eliminated or curtailed,
S e n a t o r Owen Johnson
licipaius. I'beic are K.IIOII students
on the campus.
Several main issues arc luelingihe
pioiesl. which has the support ol the
executive branch ol ihc siudenl
denv continuing appointment lo a
populai
philosophy
professor
because ol Ins age.
A g r o u p dubbing
ilsell the
"Resistance
Movement"
has
legislature lo limn llic collection
and distribution ol student activity
| c e s . | he campaign lo abolish or
regulale Ihese Ices h a s presently mil
received widespread support in the
representing the educational conecrns ol students, but would prohibit
landing ol groups like the c a m p u s
Public Inteicsl Resell I eh C r o u p s
lI'IKl.si.
W n l h U p e r s o n Neil Kelleher have
pioposed a bill llial is emerging as
ihc most likelv logiiinapprovul. Ihc
pi ov isious ol the law limits to S51I
pel acaslcinicvcni t h c a m o u n l ol siu-
gnvci mucin . S l u d e n t s charge the a d -
ailempied
legrslaiure.
are
tin t h e more e x t r e m e end ol ihc
dent lees lhal can be collected Irom
nnnisiialion has emasculated the
campus
experimental
studies
p r o g r a m by ordering!stringent cutbacks
I hey also claim lhal administrators and some elements ol
ihelacullv have mounted a n e l l o r t l o
logelhcr. arguing Ihc quality ol sludeni lile al New P a h / is being
ihreiiieiied bv all ol these icccni ac-
presently nine bills in committee Ural
would allecl every sinle-supporled
campus in the siale were ihcy to
spectrum, much sicrnei provisions
,ue being considered, legislation
sponsored
by
Legislators
.01 individual siudenl VldilionnlK.
no school could institute a policy ol
inniiduloi. las unless the siudenl
""lis.
\spokespcisoiisaid Ihepioiesiaelinns
icsiill ol pool
become law.
| ()|. c x . i m p | L . ^
Sehci inerhorn. M a r c h i . Crillm. and
Hi own would abolish an) loi in ol
body votes to approve such a policy.
I he bill stipulates lhal Ihcie must be
• • i m p r o v e " a c a d e m i c s l a n d a r d s a t the
education, pool leaching, pooi ad-
S|1|)
| n Republican Senaloi 1 IweuJohii, 1 1 R | i < c n i , W l a l l l Asscmblvpci-
mandatory student aelivilv Ices Icavmg such Ices lo h e e o l l c e l c d o n a u
college In aliciiipung 10 leuisiiiuiea
mnnsiialion
M)„
h.yiassia p i o h i h u s ihe use
dividual voluntary basis. 1 he ellcel
shield giadingpolicyandnumeioiis
udeniic course iCMuuements
" I hev me living 10 gel people lo
educational philosophy rellected in
the lotal woikmgs ol ihc insiiiuuoiis "
„ | smdenl lees 10 p r o m o t e polincal
, l|M j | l l i n | | C interest
lobi K l m l l o
"I such law is obvious. Certainly
campuses would reccivcsigiiihcantly
.1 -111', \oiei turnout l o r lite vole lo
mull
I here are several reasons win this
legislation might pass I usi. ihcie is
icluelaiiec 011 the pail ol a innjoiuy
,,, i ^ s l a i n i s 10 appiov e.iuv hill lhal
lo
lie all ihese issues
and
a
vciv
pool
SASl
|
Press Service
lH„s
However,
;l
there
h,|| co-sponsored
Alumni, EDC Agree On New House Site
h j I'.dHiird Moser
Ihc Building ( o i n m i i l e e ol the
Alumni Association, in cooperation
wiih ihc I-in iron menial Delense
would stand mil in llic open.
Kuilv also said that construction
,11 the Ittiictisile willcosta litllc less.
I lie I D.l . which is co-chaired
Commission (I D C ). has decided
lo build i heir planned conlerciice
house at ii sue bclvveen the llniversii\ 111I11 inaiv and Ihe power plain, in
In Paul O'Hricn and l i a r s Sclvvyn,
has Holed olhei advantages 111 the
new location l o i example, visitors
to ihe House will be able lo use ihc
1 I limb
• pai king lacililii
Ms,
he.
Ihe II
Ouad
clearing 1
I he \luinn
10 Duich Quad.
I louse had originally
been slated loi cousliuction al the
dovvulowii side ol Indian Quad.
Ihe .iieluiccl selected, loi Ihe
House . Mi John K i m / , spoke 1M .1
session ol ihe Building Coinmiltee
and llic I D (
MII luesdav 11101
mug \li k u i l / bioughl up several
nhicctiuns lo ills Indian Quad sile
and pioposed lite alternate location
Ileal I llllell
.ii.oiml ihc new sits- aie deeiduou'
I llns lose In 1 Is-au-s in winlci I. Ills
Mil linn Ibnise ina\ he able tolltlh/s
a SMI.it heating Hies liaiusin
Solai b e a t i n g a p p a i a l u s would be
hampcicd al t h e o l d Indianlocation,
which is pailiallv seiecned yearlound In evergreen uees.
addilioii.il jvuking space
He also espiessed tears thai live
building would block views ol ihe
woods loi Indian Ouad residents
I Ins laei is icininisecnl ol lasi
veai's eomioveisy
between the
\I11111111 Vssoeiatiou ami ihc I .D.l
\i ihe lime. Ihe I D.C.'s Sclvvyn
miicilv aiiaskesl ihe Indian plan
Selwvn said lhal Ihe pioposed
Milium
House would ,oeilo.nl
and lhal ihc consiiiieliun ilsell
would cause sill l o b e washed oil inlo
ilieiicaibv l a k e
However, when
I lav id leaks, ihe Diiectni ol Mil mm
Ml.ins. accepted a pioposal ol ihe
I I n \ 1,1 limn paiking space, rVt 1
Selwvil and Ihe li'sl nl Ihc I I K
appmvcsl ihe sue
p.iikini
Hi,
Iinli.in
ilius lespiiiuift
ils-vehipulsiil ,
e laud loi
^ll
b u l l / ' views lhen tinned l b
" " » • • ' • " ' /'"!.'' " , ,
activities
would
he
and
would .11111Inililv abolish mandatory
student aetrvilv lees In do sowotlld
senotish clippie IIIMSI siudenl aciivines MII .ill state i,imposes I he icipiiieiiiem
loi .1 III1 ( luinoiii.
IUOK-OVCI. would place the onus on
lire SIIKICIIIS. and noi on ihc lawn u W i s . wcie maiulaioiv las 10 he
dclcalcd o i i . i i a i n p u s d i i e l o . i lack ol
Ihe iii.ind.ited peicenUiue
Second. Senaloi d u e i.lobnsou is
ihe Sice 1 li.iiipcison ol Ihc Senate
Idueaiioiil
lies Ills-hill was
slialiesl In
iiiembeis ol lhal
. s.in inn 1..
Il is iheieloic less
pisibable lhal 1I11-, bill would he held
up 111 sMiiiiinllss .nisi pis-ssiilesl 11 mil
leaching Ihe Ssiian llnoi
! lis- selling MII sinsls-nl ,n 1 is us lees
is pieseiuh '0 slnllais pel aeadc'liic
\e,n
Manv sampiises ,11s having
plohlems 111,1 s 11,s:• siudenl piogiaills
al s iiiicnl levels. .111,1 a lilts dollal
li tin l w iillld
mills 1 iiiui moils
kin I/, who WMI Is loi ihe til 111 Ml
Id, haul I l,u,pies Vssou.llcs, said
lhal , onsll in lloll al Ihe c.il llei sile
.Midships MM nn.si pine
inline
lhal i, iniaiisssl limn siiiils-iu lee
m
11 hi, I,
s.mkcllchci hill
is p.issesl n WMiiltlhelhehlsl legislah,,11 , ,, 1 pass.,1 in ilns slale lhal
would *>l asuh hie IsMllls ol .1
sis-11 IMS i.ihs s Is, linn Pes,HISS- Ml an inaslsspials vsilei 1111 in Ml I
new " lie said lhal al llns spol Ihc
,
eieilie house would he sub|cct
1,1 aiMiie wililcl winds, .1 I.HIMI
M In, li in,,In Ciiinphealc building
In i,l,h,i,,ii said K111 ly ihe Mumin House would Vlsualh slash wilh
ihe tesl MI die c a m p u s S u n ootid mg
u s e s ,11 ihe new sue will partially
,l.i.ik ihe House 11 .tin view, and
i h e i e h u e Us wooil-paneling e x i c n o r
,\ ill mil stand in stark conlrast lo the
iilliaiitodern design ol Ihc general
University.
s \ S I IS toisuig slinug opposlI1011 in all nl ihese hills
Ihe
nl|!.1111/.Hum aii'in-slh.il Ihese 'hinds
aie ihe lilelineol allsiudcul aclivihes
and any allenipi in intcrleic wilh
piesenl pohev svould d e s i n n Ihc
main piograms thai have proven 10
be
v 11.11 is, siale
campuses
ihioiighoui
New
Vsiik.
Ihe
Icgislalne stall have outlined their
opposition 10 ihe lulls 111 detailed
ineinoraiidii lo each legislator
I he same would nol apply al ihe
Indian sile. where Ihe Vluiuui House
Ne» sile uf Alumni H o u s e , across from Infirmary
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