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                                                                                         Cincinnati, Oh io       Friday, November 1, 1968
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Spock Calls War 'Illegal,'
'Sure' Of Trial Success                this so theoretically they could be       Spock to explain his views on the
          by Billyie Smith
                                       found guilty of conspiracy, too."         attrocities. When the young man
  Dr. Benjamin M. Spock visited                                                  dissagreed with Spock he was
                                         2) The Boston Five took part in         invited up on the podium.
the UC campus Tuesday as the
                                       a press conference in which they
guest of CAP, Hillel and the                                                       He turned out to be a combat
                                       spoke against the war and draft
Student Union. Twelve hundred.                                                   veteran of the war in Viet Nam.
                                       along with many other prominent
people came to hear him speak.                                                   He did not believe that the
   Stan Ringler introduced      Dr.                                              American soldier was a "monster"
Spock      as an "advocate       for    ; 3) Dr. Spock participated in the       to Vietnamese people. He denied
peace-not of this generation but       burning of draft cards in a Boston        that   force was ever used to
of the generation of the future."      church with Dr. William Sloan             evacuate civilians.
Ringler is director of Hillel.         Coffin officiating.                         At this point in the lecture,
   Dr. Spock talked about his trial                                              those interested     in continuing
                                         4) Finally, the Boston F'ive            moved out on the hillside beside
and his "sureness" of success in       participated in the mass turning in
the appeal case in January, 1969.                                                Wilson      where     the    doctor
                                       of draft cards in Boston. Their           continued his speech.
  -"Lyndon      Johnson     got me     meeti ng     wi th  the    Defense
indicted,"   he- told the crowd,                                                   Dr. Spock concluded his views
                                       Department was totally futile.            on Viet Nam by saying, "If we
"before he decided to build. a fire
under me. I was only invited to           Dr. Spock then turned to the           pull out of Vietnam now, the
speak for middle-aged groups on        state of America and her image in         National Liberation Forces would
child rearing; now I'm wanted on       the world. "The Joseph McCarthy           take     over.   We are fighting
                                       era is coming back because of the         Communism in Viet Nam. The
campuses to speak on dissent. "-
                                       continual barrage of conspiracy           Liberation is little better." Spock
  The     courts      dropped   the    trials now in the US," Spock said.        said that if Communism is what           DR. BENJAMIN SPOCK, advisor to millions of mothers and convicted
counseling charges because they           Dr.     Spock     'voiced   strong     these people want, then who are          advisor to some of their children, spoke of the Vietnam War in Wilson
"agreed that we didn't try to          opinions on the Viet Nam crisis.          we to intervene.                         Tuesday.
counsel the youths. We never even      He felt "war in Viet Nam seems
talked to them. We gave instead
moral assurance        and financial
support." Dr. Spock and his four
co-defendants (Dr. William Sloan
                                       illegal to us but the constitution
                                       does not allow such a public
                                        pronouncement.      We are at war,"
                                        he continued, "even though we
                                                                                 New .Chairmen~ Mor,e Funds
Coffin, Chaplain of Yale; Mitchell
Goodman,       teacher and writer;
Michael Ferber, graduate student
at Harvard; and Marcus Raskins of
                                       were never asked to fight." He
                                       accused      John    F. Dulles and
                                        Dwight Eisenhower of "involving
                                       America in the Viet Nam war."
                                                                                 Head Senate's Shortest Meeting                                                      and in the closed off section of
the    Institute    of Policy and                                                           Patrick J. Fox                 on November 4, 6:45 p.m., in the
                                          Dr. Spock called for unity                                                       Student Senate office. At present         Scioto Street, west of Daniels
Studies, Washington D.C.) were          among Black Americans. "Blacks
                                                                                        Executive News Editor                                                        Hall.
tried for conspiracy. Spock said,                                                                                          there are six University parking
                                        should unify. The only chance for                                                  areas available to students. The            In the only other matter of
"We never really talked to one         bettering America is the unity 0 f          The Senate, with its new officer                                                  Senate business, John Harmon,
 another; we only met once or                                                    and    committee    structure   in        majority of spaces can be found in
                                       the group. Groups must find their                                                   Lots    One (across     from   the        the Senate Sergeant of Arms and
 twice and then only to shake           own      answers     to their    own     operation, appointed chairmen to                                                    Chairman of the Student Discount
 hands. Until the trial we'd never                                               their newly-formed     committees         Fieldhouse) and Ten (on Stanford
                                        problems," Spock said.                                                                                                       Program, announced that an open
 had time to talk."                                                              system at last Wednesday meeting.         Avenue,     west    of    campus).
                                          Dr. Spock said that he believed                                                  Additional, and often      unused,        meeting will be held Sunday
  Dr. Spock listed several points      Mc'Cart h ys       and     Kennedy's                                                                                          November 3, at 7: 30 p.m.· The
                                                                                     With Speaker    Mark Painter          parking spaces are located in Lots
that the case against the Boston       entrances into the presidental race                                                 Two and Four         on Jefferson         meeting, which will be held in
                                       stopped Johnson from running.              presiding over the body for the                                                    room     414 of the University
Five was built on.                                                                                                         Avenue.
                                        "This is fantastic when you .realize      first time, the Senate appointed                                                   Center,    is open   for anyone
  1 ) Dr.     Spock     and    his.     what a bully Johnson ha~ been,            the     following   senators    as         Finally, space is available in          interested    in' the    discount
co-defendants   signed a public         politically. "                            committee chairman: Alice Rose,          both Lot Three, on Corry Avenue,          program,
pledge supporting    the right to          During the question and answer         Human Relations and Privileges,
                                                                                  Roger       Tate, Constitution;
dissent. "Thousands have signed         period a young man asked Dr.
                                                                                  Committee; Student Rights and
                                                                                  Privileges; Fred Ertel, Academic
                                                                                                                          Joint .Re.lations Committee
 O~DK,Mortar Board Hold                                                           Affairs; Becky Hayden, Elections;
                                                                                  Mary Jo Bueggman, Facilities and
                                                                                  Services; Rick Hopple, External
                                                                                                                          Provides Common Forum                                                             "

                                                                                                                            Students    with   problems  or          the Election Committee and a
'Give A Damn' Conference                                                          Affairs; and John Purcell, Ad Hoc
                                                                                  Committee.                              complaints now have a road open
                                                                                                                          to action. The ·Joint Council for
                                                                                                                                                                     member of the Human Relations
          by Sue Stenger                                                                                                  Faculty-Student      Relations  is
                                        of the annual fall conference               The Senate, in its shortest and                                                    4)    Jim   Travers,  a senior,
    'Give a damn' will be the theme     sponsored by Mortar Board and             most efficient meeting of the           ready to go into operation.                co-originator of the Council, .a
                                        Omicron Delta Kappa. Various              year, petitioned  the University                                                   member of the Human Relations
                                                                                  Board of Budgets for twelve               The brainstorm of Jim Travers
                                        issues under discussion at the                                                                                               and Athletic Committees, and a
                                                                                  hundred dollars for expenses for        and Larry Horwitz in the fall of
    Inside Story                       November 8,9, and 10th meetings
                                       at Camp Kern, Lebanon, Ohio will
                                                                                  the ten member delegation to the
                                                                                  Fifth   National     Associated
                                                                                                                          '67, the committee was formed
                                                                                                                          with two basic purposes in mind:
                                                                                                                                                                     former student senator.
                                                                                                                                                                       5) Dr. Hubert, a member of the
                                       be welfare, housing, jobs and              Government Conference.                  ( 1)    top    rom 0 t e  bet t er         Psychology      Department   and
                                       education as a part of the urban                                                   communications between faculty             secretary    of    the  Faculty
                                       crisis.                                      The delegation, to be composed        and students, and (2) to provide a         Committee (faculty equivalent of
               ATO                                                                                                        means by which problems, ideas,            the Student Senate).
                                                                                  upon the advice and consent of
               Pg. 2                                                              Senate, will travel to Washington       and changes common to both
                                          Highlighting the conference will
                                        be Bailey Turner of the Avondale          D.C. for the conference lasting         faculty    and students  may be              6)    Dr.   Eugene        Lausche,
                                        Community        Council,    Daniel       fro m November        27 through        freely discussed.                          president     of   the       Faculty
                                        Ransohoff of Family Service of            December 1. UC is the host school                                                  Committee.
              Clancy                                                              of the conference even though it            The committee consists of nine
                                        Cincinnati, and a reading of LeRoi                                                 members-four               students
               Pg.3                     Jones'   play,   The Slave. The           is to convene in the nation's                                                         7) Professor Ronald Merritt of
                                                                                  capital.                                 appointed by the Student Body             the University College, an expert
                                                                                                                           President, three faculty members          in    the    field  of   student
                                        meetings     will     provide      an
                                                                                    Senate also approved, with only        appointed         by the     Executive    organizations.
                                        opportunity       for    interaction                                               Faculty          Committee,        one
             Direct Line                between speakers, faculty, and            one dissenting vote, an $873
                                                                                  expenditure for office equipment         r e p r e se n t a t iv e from      the    8) Dean      Scully, the   Dean of
                Pg. 7                   students.   Many groups         make                                               administration appointed by the
                                        provisions for sponsoring several         for the UC Student Government                                                      Men.
                                                                                  offices. The equipment      to be        President of the University, and
                                        interested members by making the                                                   the Provost for Academic Affairs            9) Dr. Lipsit, assistant provost, a
                                        twelve dollar registration        fee,    bo ught    includes   two  electric
                                                                                  typewriters, two desks and chairs,       or his designate. At present, the         member of the Math Department
            Cook's Book                 which covers both room and                                                         members are:                              and creator      of the advisory
                                        board for the weekend.                    and     an   electric  mimeograph
                 Pg. 8                                                            machine.                                                                           council formed last year.
                                                                                                                             1) Mary Jo Brueggeman, a
                                          Those attending should bring                                                     sophomore and member of the                 The last member, Dr. Lipsit, will
                                        bedding and warm casual clothes.            With almost one-fifth of the           Committee       of Intergroup             give the Joint Council a direct line
                                        Buses will leave for Camp Kern on         Student  legislators absent, the         Communications.                           to Dr. Bonner, Provost, in charge
         Comedy Of Errors               Friday evening and will return            "Ad Hoc Committee" on Campus                                                       of all academic affairs.
                Pg. 12                  Sunday at noon. The registration          Parking reported to the Senate
                                                                                                                            2) Bob Green, a junior Tribunal
                                        period for the conference will be         that a meeting has been planned                                                      What kind of problems will the
                                        from October 31 to November 8.                                                                                               Council attack? Its first proposal
                                                                                  with Mr. John Sipes, who will be           3) Alice Rose, a senior who was         concerned the University policy
            Homecoming                  A table will be set up in front of                                                 a 'former      Student     Senate
                                        the Rhine Room from 11 a.m. to            available    for  comment    and
                Pg. 15                                                            suggestions at the meeting to be         secretary, and is now chairman of               (Continued on Page 2)
                                        2 p.m. each day.
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      Republican Clancy Lowers The Boom                                                                                                      "ask Utu: of   MY     tust omers"

      On Spending, Johnson, Democrats
         Republican Donald Clancy, the            better if Republicans are elected      to unite, saying he has not put                               Mr. Tuxedo Inc.
      incumbent        congressman      from      this year.                             much stock in the polls since
      Cincinnati's second congressional             Clancy stated    that  Richard       1948 when every poll said Dewey
      district, spoke here Tuesday. He            Nixon will bring law and order to      was a sure winner. He said that                               YOUR CONVENIENT FORMAL
      addressed the Young Republicans             our country and that he would          everyone's support was needed,
      of the University at one o'clock in         overturn some of the laws which        and he requested they go out and                                   RENTAL SHOP
      the Losantiville Room of the                have handcuffed our policemen,         campaign as much as possible in
      Student Union.                              and promised some changes in our       the last week before the election                                     OHers
         More     than     thirty     Young       courts.                                to   make    1968 the    greatest
      Republicans heard Representative              In closing, Congressman Clancy       comeback of a political party in
      Clancy call for a change in our             called for the Young Republicans       American history.
      present Government, and ask for
                                                                                                                                     STUDENT DISCOUNT        PRICES
      their help in making 1968 a
      Republican year.
                                                  Panhel 'Scholarship Honors                                                          - Where Quality Counts-
;;-     In his twenty minute speech
      Clancy stated that it was the
                                                    The     annual      Panhellenic      has made the     most   significant   .621-4244              212 W. McMillan
                                                  Scholarship Convocation was held       improvement.
      Republican,              President          Tu esday     night     in   Wilson
      Eisenhower,       who ended         the     Auditorium.      Dr. Eric Weise,
      Korean War. He then called for              Assistant Professor of Political
      the Young Republicans to support

                                                  Science at UC, was the guest
      Richard      Nixon,     who ..• Clancy
      claims, will do the same thing in
                                                    Awards for the past academic
      Viet Nam.
                                                  year in scholarship went to Kappa
        Clancy stated that a Republican           Alpha Theta for the best active
      president and congress would stop           average of a 2.87; who also
      the wild Democratic spending of             maintained     the best     chapter
      the tax-payers dollars, stressing           average of 2.818. Sigma Delta Tau
      that it is the youth of this country
      who will be paying the debt that
      the Democrats are mounting.
         Congressman Clancy used the
      Democratic       Convention
      example of the unpopularity of
      the Democratic political machine.
                                        as an
                                                  won the Tri Delta Cup for best
                                                  improvement of a 1.03 and Phi
                                                  Sigma Sigma won a Panhellenic
                                                  Cup for the best improvement in
                                                  chapter   average for advancing
                                                  1.78 over last year's average. This
                                                  Panhellenic award was created this
                                                                                              I'nvited by
      He     stated     the    whole     world    year to recognize the chapter who
      watched        in     horror    as the       I NT L I

      traditions on which this country
      was     built.     were     prostituted,
                                                    The UC International Club will
      pointing out that this political
                                                  tonight, November 1, sponsor a
      machine controls not only the
                                                  program on the elections in the
      Democratic party but the congress
                                                  United States. The guest speaker
      as well. "They           even tell us
                                                  will be Dr. Edward R. Padgett of
      (congressmen) when we can eat
                                                  the Political Science Department.                                                                      .Music Hall
                                                  Included in the program, will be
         Clancy attacked         the present      an informal discussion among a                                                                        Nov. 22, 1968
      administration           foreign      and   panel of foreign and American
       domestic policy and promised               students on the election processes
      that our image at home as well as           of various countries.                                                Sponsored byU.C. NewmanCenter
      abroad would change for the




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    Part Of The Answer
      A substantial proportion of the editorial statements which
    appear in this column is devoted to the problem of
                                                                                                                                BEARCAT FORUM                                                       •
    communication. Small wonder, for a significant number of
    campus problems arise from, or are magnified by, distorted
    communication. The editorial board of the News Record                                                                                         Dru,gs Are         Impractical'
    takes advantage of this column to suggest improvements                                            To the Editor:                              with new ideas would be fired. As            fellow man, implies Mr. Xanadu.
    where it sees the need for them, and to lend its support to                                                                                   us ual,    Mr. Xanadu    and    his          This may be true, but let's be
    those programs and ideas which it feels are beneficial to UC's                                       I am writing this letter to              steteotyped followers are quick to           practical     about    a tangible
    student body.                                                                                      support UC and those students              make harsh criticisms, but they              existence of events and not a
                                                                                                       that    feel   Michael    Xanadu's         never back up these criticisms               theoretical existence of events.
                                                                                                       sta tement     were   absurd   and         with fact. When they do present a              When drugs, such as the various
      One of those ideas is the result of a series of meetings of                                                                                                                              types advocated by Mr. Xanadu
                                                                                                       unfounded.                                 few facts, they never have an
    the Committee on Student-Faculty Relations, a committee                                               Mr. Xanadu's remarks that UC is         alternative answer to the problem            enter the body, the mind loses all
    on which the student body, the faculty, and the University                                         too conservative, that the people          - they just criticise.                       prospective of the true world. In
    Administration are all represented. Simply stated, the                                             at UC have not had an occasion to             Drugs are a necessity if man is           other words, the mind leaves
    Committee felt that a major step in tightening the lines of                                        think, and that any individual             going to communicate      with, his              (continued   on page 5)

    communication              would be the creation of the position of
    "Ombudsman"       to handle student problems. The idea                                             Daniel 'Schleuter
    emboldied in the term "ombudsman" is that of a person, or
    persons, with no vested interests which might conflict with
    student problems, and no axe to grind, whose sole function
    would be to field all problems presented to him, and by                                                                             Why Risk A Flub?
    virtue of his powers of investigation and referral to answer, or                                     Now that Hubert Humphrey has             omnipresent         liberal   pressman,     that he is topping the ignorance of
    find the person who can answer, them.                                                             informed      the American Public           recently stated that Nixon had              the voter. The voter in America
                                                                                                      that a Presidential debate is a             actively won the debate on a                has a memory which lasts about
      The initiation of such a position is a major step in bringing                                   prerequisite     to the Presidency,         point       system.          Personal       two weeks. I find it an insult to be
    together those with problems and those with the answers.                                          one can only wonder. Where does             attractiveness aside, Nixon is an           so shabbily treated. Not being the
                                                                                                      this assumption come from? What             able debater and he should not be           average voter I find it irrevocable.
    The Ombudsman is not meant to replace those avenues of                                            was Humphrey's position in 1964             castigated in such a low road                  The first. and most important
    communication which already exist; instead, it is meant to                                        when the suggestion was made (in            tactic,     as     questioning        his   question    was presented above:
    augment those channels. The Personnel Deans, the College                                          ill form) on the floor of the               manhood.                                    Who decided, and why, that the
    Deans, faculty advisors, and individual members stand ready                                       Senate           concerning            a       The political        fact exists, a      ability to debate is a prerequsite
    and willing to offer assistance to students. But the evidence                                     Johnson-Goldwater        debate? Does       practical political fact, that the          for the office of the Presidency?
                                                                                                      Humphrey        have any issues to          leading candidate does not help             Once again, the facts are that the
    seems to indicate that students are, on the whole, confused                                       stand on at all? Humphrey has               his rival By debating, Nixon can            Presidency need need not be an
#   about where to seek help, and even if they do know, are                                           been      s pending      millions    on     only lose strength, he cannot               especially      fast thinker.    The
    hesitant to approach persons in official positions who can be                                     television advertising and very             appeal to such a wide faction as to         President must be able to make
    of help.                                                                                          infrequently discussing the issues.         improve his victory total. By               concerned,      long lasting,   well
                                                                                                      I detect an incongruency. On one            ignoring the aesthetic value of a           thought decisions. He does not
      It is just these students at whom the Ombudsman concept                                         hand, Hunphrey states that Nixon            debate, "Oh, how brave they are,"           have to be sharp-tongued answer
    is directed. He is the person a student can approach,                                             is walking the tight rope of                look at the idea on the practical           machine;     better  for the next
                                                                                                      factionalism,      while he himself         level. Why should' Nixon risk a             President to be deliberate, positive
    confident that he will not become grist for the bureaucratic                                      does not even discuss issues any            flub?                                       and understood. If the purpose of
    mill, and confident that he will be steered in the right                                          longer. Where is this all going to             What did Humphrey              do in     a debate is to bring out the issues
    direction. What is required of the Ombudsman is this: by'                                         end? Perhaps Richard           Nixon's      1964'? Along with forty-three               then let the candidates present a
    having an identity independent of any other campus office,                                        election!                                   other      Senators,         Hubert    H.   chorus of securities each versed in
                                                                                                         Debating by its very nature              Humphrey,       the man who now             a portion       of the candidates
    and by having the afore-mentioned powers, he will be more                                         requires quick-witted thinking, a           literally screams for a debate,             policies. It may sound cynical, but
    than a "trouble-shooter" or a one-man information bank; he                                        man must be able to develop                 voted            against            the     the debates are over the respective
    will be the man who can go through any door, unhindered by                                        thoughts quickly and spout them'            Johnson-Goldwater           Debate Bill.    heads of the people. Also, the
    red tape, to help find the solution to a problem.                                                 in an understandable,           factual     As several local candidates have            candidates' personalities would be
                                                                                                      manner. Nixon's very courage is             stated,    "This      is the grossest       divorced       from    the    whole
                                                                                                      being questioned.       I say that it       hypocritical act of the age." How           situation.
      It is impossible to categorize all of the problems the                                                                                      can Humphrey            make such a
                                                                                                      should not be. Nixon proved in                                                             Hooray! Who decided it was an
    Ombudsman will have to face; as a consequence, it is                                              1960, that he is a very able                demand, obviously the opposite              issue; Hubert Humphrey. It's the
    impossible to define precisely the nature and demands of the                                      debater. Howard K. Smith, the               of past record? The answer here is          only issue he's got.
    job.    The    Committee        has   conducted    preliminary'
    investigations" and is instituting a preliminary answer to the
    problem (see article, page one). The research into the
                                                                                                      Michael Blackman
    requirements and difficulties of the job continues, however,
    and will continue until the most acceptable formula is
    devised•.                                                                                                Distortions By The WaLLace Ranks
      The Ombudsman concept is one attempt to solve the                                                  Saturday        afternoon.        The    crowd. It was for a group of                grazed my cheek and kept saying,
                                                                                                      Wallace rally and grass roots               stud en ts carrying signs backing           "Let's    fight."   I kept backing
    underlying causes of student disorientation. It has worked                                        support Hah. It can be summed               Humphrey. As they walked past               away. Suddenly I felt something
    successfully on other campuses, and should work here as                                           up in one word: Distortions of              the crowd, the noise level rose to          on my legs. I looked down. A man
    well. The ultimate test, however, is the response of the                                          what is happening today for the             a deafening roar. But the people            was wiping his shoes on me. I
    students to this idea.                         .                                                  purpose of getting support for a            were still amused by us, expecially         demanded that he take his feet off
                                                                                                      demagogue. A woman in Buffalo               these 0 f us who were carrying              my leg. He sneered, "You stepped
                                                                                                      says "I'm for Wallace because               "Down with hippies" signs.                  on my shoes." I apologized. A

      NI~\VS RECORD                                                                                   he's against the Negro." A writer
                                                                                                      to the NR decries the courts who
                                                                                                      make laws, not recognizing they
                                                                                                                                                     Three incidents then occurred
                                                                                                                                                  very quickly that actually set the
                                                                                                                                                  mood for the rest of the day.
                                                                                                                                                                                              policeman came over and broke
                                                                                                                                                                                              everything up.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 My assailant saw me later and
                             University           of Cinc'innati                                      are     powerless        to    do    so.    First, a sign was raised reading,           said menacingly, "Buddy, you're
                      National Educational        Advertising   Service, Inc.                         Distortions.                                "Paulsen in '68, Wallace in 1984."          my man now. If I see you raise '
                      Rooms 411-12-15,
                                     Union Building, Cincinnati, Ohio 45221                             What happened when between                A skinny Wallace supporter broke            your hand like that one more
                                           475-2748,   2749                                          four and five hundred American               through      the   ranks    to take         time, I'm going to come after you,
                                $3.50per year, 10 cents per copy.                                                                                 objection to, the latter part of the         and so help me, I'm going to kill
                           Second Class Postage Paid, Cincinnati. Ohio                               youth met between 7,000-8,000
                                                                                                     American        patriots.    Not many        statement. He eventually spit in            you."    I thanked him for hill
                           Member:     Associated      Collegiate Press                              people in Cincinnati know what               the face of the hippie- type, and a         warning and continued into the
                                                                                                     happened,        because     they    were    small fight broke out during                Convention Center with the rest
                                  EDITORIAL STATEMENT                                                                                             which an arrest was made on a               of the group.
                                                                                                     uninformed by local media. I was'
                                                                                                     a partially influential member of            demonstrator     who was             Once inside and seated together,
    The letters and columns appearing in the News Record represent
                                                                                                     the group, and I feel qualified to           keep order. Fitting.                        we     began      holding    orderly
    solely the views of their writers. All editorials reflect only the                               give my biased objective view.                  Second, a sign was held up that          demonstrations until George came
    views of the editorial staff of' the paper and do not represent                                     I arrived at the Convention               read, "If you liked Hitler, you'll          at 2 :20 and then until we finally
                                                                                                     Center at approximately            11 :05    love Wallace." This set off the             left about twenty-five minutes
    University policy.   .                                                                                                                        strongest     reaction   from    the        later. Very little that was said is of
                                                                                                     a.m. to find a crowd of several
                                     EDITORIAL STAFF                                                 hundred,       perhaps     even 1,000,       Wallace-types and was followed              any value. The Wallace-types in
                                                                                                      Wallace supporters, and a handful           by, third, several choruses of              the hall were turned around facing
                                         Editor-in-Chief                                              of     the      several       hundred       "Sieg Heil." A large fight broke            us most of the time.
                                          Lenny Green                                                 demonstrators             that     were     out that carried about one-third               An interesting card, of which
                                                                                                      expected. The people just stood             of the demonstrators         to, the        several hundred were being passed
                                                                                                      there and hated us. There was an            opposite side of the street.                around, is worth mentioning. On
                                       Executive Editor                                                                                             I became separated from the
                                                                                                      occasional      courageous      yell of                                                 the front it reads, "White Man
                                          Al Porkolab                                                 "Calhoun Street scum!" but there            group .at this point, and didn't            Unite,"     and gives an address
                                                                                                     were no incidents to speak of. A             know what to do. Suddenly I felt            where this can be done. The back
                                                                                                     Gilligan sound-truck drove by and            a hand grab the back of my neck             reads, "There is only one issue.
                                    Executive News Editor
                                                                                                     had to stop for a red light. It and         and a voice said, "Are you one of            The     determination      of white
                                         Patrick Fox
                                                                                                     those in it were subjected to               those Hitlerites?" I looked amund            Christians to remain free from
                                                                                                     verbal abuse that ranged from               to address my holder. He was                 contamination          and    forced
                                        Associate Editor
                                                                                                     "Boo" to "Communist," to other               about 6'5", weighed about 240.              mongrelization with black African
                                         Bernard Rubin
                                                                                                     things.                                     Not exactly a man you ignore.                Jungle niggers, and their sponsors
                                                                                                        Meanwhile, more "hippie-types"              "What?"                                   brown skin, Asiatic Anti Christ
    Sports Editor                                                                      Richie Katz                                                                                            hook nosed Jews." So much for
                                                                                                     were      arriving     as were more            "Are      you    0 ne   of those
    Theater Editor ............•...............                           '      Richard Snyder                                                  Hitlerites?"                                 American. This was read out loud
    Photo Editors                                            John Sedgwick, Todd Bardes              "Wallace types." A red-faced old
                                                                                                     bum was walking around carrying                "No, I'm not."                            and was met by jeers from the
    Exchange Editor                                                                    Roz Lerer                                                                                              crowd. I guess /they didn't know
                                                                                                     a sign and yelling. "A vote for                "Are you a Communist."
    typing Editor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sue Stenger                                                   'No."                                    what was going on.
                                                                                                     Wallace is a vote for wisdom." I
                                      BUSINESS ST AFF                                          - .                                                    Well, what are you?"                       There are two points which 1
                                                                                                     decided I would rather be called a
                                                                                                     " p s e udo-intellectual"      than    be      "I'm an American-"                        feel are important enough to be
     liu'l-i'~'ie~s.Manager                   ~                                     B
                                                                               T<;>Ly escck~r        associated with true wisdom.                   "All right, you --, I'm going to'
               " .•                                                           EriC Hauenstein            A large chorus of boos started          take care of you right now. "                    (Continued    on page 5)
                                                          Randy Becker, Howie Kleinman                up at the far side" of. the Wallace           He hit me in the stomach and
      Friday, November            1, 1968                                                                                                                                                                                                 Page Five
                                                                                         THE UNIVERSITY            OF CINCINNATI

                       IMore Letters                         • • •                                                                                                    8on<i \O{<i .\n\'\\80\\

             (continued from page 4)                                                                                                                         <ief{\ 'hl            80n                           \S
      reality and enters an atmosphere                                                                                                               ~           \\\j\\.J          ')                   e;;.~"0
                                               At the Tulsa game I saw an.                                                                                    eO.         or'\~.                    a.\;;.~
      of false feelings and happenings.
        Mr.      Xanadu,      since    your
                                               inspired     UC team       under
                                               direction of "Mr. Magic" (Coach
                                                                                  the                                                                   C{
                                                                                                                                                              \ a. aa.,'
                                                                                                                                                                   v               ,'c
                                                                                                                                                                                         •• ~\in9'l'J0",en
                                                                                                                                                                                                 \\\1   0A

      communications       device (drugs) is                                                                                                                a.           o~ci' \1_",0 ~nu .••~, . ,\<.in9
                                                                                                                                                                                      ({\e~ 0 {e
                                               Rice) make monumental efforts in                                                                                       sted '~se
                                                                                                                                                                    {\\,/ r                         'l'J0
      so good, how come we have                a losing cause. It probably sounds                                                                                                          ~nd",e~n"~\i"e
                                                                                                                                                             seC" e olJ'S '/ 0"n9 nge01J\ .n~O neo? ,e
      Vietnam, white man hating the                                                                                                                           'n\e{.,         \oo,;;.\\e
                                               corny but my feelings run true.                                                                                ", '0\\\          C"        s'l'J       e ",       r
      black man, and other human                                                                                                           •                   ;;.({\ see"         \\" IJ "O;;.{ S\IJ\e. \"e
                                                   My     congratulations     to   the                                     •                                    'l'J"0 ;;.{ee{ 'l'JO?\e 'l'J C\;;'\\'/ ;;'ee\\~9
      complications?                           student Homecoming committee
         I offer two suggestions to you,                                                      ••               •                                                  ~ c ~9?e           ,\~;;'~ \\,/ ({\
                                               and the Alumni Association. All                                         •               •                            ;;'({\~e\\ ;;'Sco~s\;;'~
      Mr. Xanadu. First, since UC is so
      "horrible," since city officials are
                                               those involved in this spectacular
                                                                                              ••••                                             •
                                                                                                                                                                   ~"O ~,e

                                               , , Sesquicentennial        Opener"
      so     conservative,     stupid,   and

                                                                                              • •• 1.
                                               deserved      to be bronzed        and
      corrupt, and since the city itself is    immortalized for kicking off OUR
      a hole of backwardness why don't                                                        ••                                                                    ChaHo
                                               school's       proudest    and    most                                                                                        ngO
      you get the hell out of Cincinnati?      productive year.                                        •••                                                          OCOnO'" Of a rapidl
      Or, secondly, try communicating                                  Donald Shreve                                                                               bUSinos; wi1h dYna",Y Okpanding
      to the world through real means -                                            '71        •••                                                                 trail]il]    ~Ol]cepts       IC, COl]te
      not through a capsule.                                                                                                       ~                             On Ih g PhilOSOPh . POOfJIo wh "'Po
                             Robert Maurer             War On Youth                                                •                                            tOrn e rea!i~~t,
                                                                                                                                                                     orr,        « 101] t
                                                                                                                                                                                          Y has be
                                                                                                                                                                                                    el] b
                                                                                                                                                                                                          oSe rary
                                  A&S 1972     To the Editor:                                                                                                  With a O.WWi!! dem 'hat bal]kil]           aS
                                                                                                                               •                             ex',        Wide ral]      al]d mal]      g     ed
      A Proud Feeling                            The Democratic Convention and
                                                                                                                                                            I· PononCOS            go Of On'l.     agO"'Onl
                                               the Wallace, Nixon, Humphrey                                                                                  lIe Cha!!e       al]d res        ~/eJOb
     To the Editor:
       In my years at UC I had been
                                               electorial choice proves one item.
                                               There is a war being fought
                                                                                                                                                 YOu, WO'd              17:   0
                                                                                                                                                                   Of fina!:c~nSibiJitios. If
                                                                                                                                                £qua! 0        e to ta!k it Ol/~I]trlgues
     pretty well disenchanted with that
     hackneyed phrase, "school spirit".
                                               against the alienated youth. It                                                                 S Yourflna PPOrtUl]i/l, cmpl
                                                                                                                                                                       c-       r.
                                               may be an indirect struggle, but a                                                                  ~Cl.Jh "c/a/oarlne
                                                                                                                                                   <::::,                 r                     OYer•
     For at UC I felt there had been a         real one. Society       wants your
     rockbottom     almost non-existant        young mind and it probably will                                                                     We'll he            P4C/f:/c          1V4r/Q
     minimum. That is until last week          get it sooner or later. Everything
     with      the    beginning
     Homecoming events. At a bonfire

     and spirit rally last week, I saw a
                                               in our "Republic"      is geared for
                                               this struggle to get back the youth
                                                                                                                                                                      °Il Cctftlp
                                                                                                                                                                                         l.Js   "'0". ) lVi'lL EJ41VI(
                                               who do not believe in racism,
     genuinely enthusiastic    throng of       imperialism,    and genocide. The             "'1968.   SPNll                                                                                                                              M EM BER FDIC
     students:' At the Homecoming              American dream is a farce.
     parade with all its pageantry and                              Jack Reinbach
     tradition I felt an overpowering                                    A&S '69
     feeling of exhaltation and joy in
     realizing that I am a UC student
     and will soon be a proud alumnus.
      American Purge
          (continued       from    page 4)
       noted because no one else has.
       First, when Wallace arrived a
       recorded tape of a Wallace rally
       was played over the loudspeakers.
       This was kept on at a consistent
       noise level higher than that of the
       Wallace-           types.    Their
       demonstrations lasted ten minutes
       (actually 2: 22 - 2: 31) but would
       have been considerably less had .
     , this tape not been playing. Which
-»     leads me to wonder how much
       more fertilizer has been added to
       the grass roots.
            Finally, to put it WeikeHy, a

        certain     merchant    who runs a
        record      shop on McMillan St.
        across from the 5/3 Bank was
        there. He is one of the strongest
        Wallace-types     in the city. He
        brought assault charges against a
        black student from Xavier who
        had merely placed his hand on the
        merchant's arm. My point. I do
        not deny this man his right to
        support Wallace. But he is using
         money from University Students
         and black students from Hughes
         to support a man who wants to
         suppress and control these people.
         I urge all students to stay away
         from his store. Perhaps when he
         feels someone grabbing his neck,
         he'll reconsider. But if you want
         your money to go to the cause of
         the enemy, fine. I don't. I think
         once others are aware of what
         happens to their goodies, they will
          not either.
             The time has come when we can
          no longer sit back in the Rhine
          Room and say, "Tsk, Tsk,." The
          time has come to act .

                Now that we've got
              . your attention ...
                                                                                     nee you.
                 MAKE             IT TO
                                                                    Kids choke on polluted air. Streets are jammed by                                                 But we need more people.
                                                                    cars with no place to go. Lakes and rivers are a                                                  We need help from a lot of young engineers and

         ASHRAMA'S                                                  common dumping ground for all kinds of debris.
                                                                       This is the way the world is, but it's not the way
                                                                    it has to be.
                                                                                                                                                                   scientists; and we need help from business and
                                                                                                                                                                   liberal arts graduates who understand people and
                                                                                                                                                                   their problems.
                                                                       Air pollution can be controlled. Better transpor-                                              If you want to help change the world, we'd like

            FALL SALE                                               tation systems can be devised. There can be an
                                                                    almost unlimit-ed supply of clean water.
                                                                                                                                                                   to talk to you. We'll be visiting campus soon. Why
                                                                                                                                                                   not drop by the placement office and arrange for an
                                                                                                                                                                   interview? You might be' able to turn a problem
                                                                       People at General Electric are already working

                   107 Calhoun St.
                                                                    on these problems. And on other problems that
                                                                    need to be solved. Problems like developing more
                                                                    €ffibi~nt Wily§ Qf pn~Yidin~ FQW§r tQ QlU'~iti~§ ~m!
                                                                    figuring out ways our production capabilities can
                                                                    keep up with our population. needs.
                                                                                                                                                                   into an opportunity.

                                                                                                                                                                   GENERAL                                    e
                                                                                                                                                                                           An equal opportunity

                 \-)'J(}   &. 7:3()·~:3Q
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                                                                                                    Career Opportunities
                                                                                                                                                                            THURSDAY,   NOVEMBER 7
                                                                               Guidelines for students who       TWO SCHOOL DAYS prior to the                         113-ARMY    & AIR FORCE EXCHANGE
                                                                            would like to interview employers    recruiting visit.                                         SERVICE
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                                                                            pleting credentials    and filing    employers is available in 327                         B,M-Electrical,  Mechanical, Aero-
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                                                                                                                                                                      116-EATON       YALE   & TOWNE,            INC.
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     Friday, November         1, 1968                                                               THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI                                                                                     Page Seven

                                                                                                                                           •          .   ~                 UC HORIZONS                              ..'
                                                                                                                                                DC Student Body President Glen Weissenberger will appear on

                                              Direct Line                                                                                      WLW-TV's "UC Horizons" on Sunday, November 3, at 10 :30
                                                                                                                                                 Weissenberger will moderate      a panel discussion between
                                                                                                                                               well-known UC students Mike Ullman, Steve Shapiro, Bill
                                                                                                                                               Shuerman, and Clinton Hewan. Topic of the discussion is
                                                                                                                                               "Relevancy and legitimacy of the fraternity system."
       Complaint,               question,           Government    consulted   on             this       8. "Freedom is my bag"
    suggestion? Write Brian Zakem's                 change or even informed?"                           9. "Dove America or leave it"

                                                                                                        10. "I love America, but it is
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    Terrace, Cincinnati, Ohio 45216.                                                                 not perfect, and I'm going to try            SHORT                 RUN            DUPLICATING
    Include     name and college or                    A. "Parking        violations   were          to fix it"
                                                    raised from $2 to $5 primarily to                 . 11. "God isn't dead, He just                             THESIS.         REPORTS             •      ROSTERS
                     will be withheld if
                                                    act as a deterent          for parking           doesn't want to get involved."                       35          Up to 100 copies 8~ x 11 printed            from
    desired. Sponsor-s-Student Senate.              illegally.      Glen Weissenberger,                 12. "Is George Wallace really                     Per         your mats, and colated into sets.
       Q. "Is the Faculty Center being              President of the Student Body                    the Messiah?"                                        Mat                Expert   typist   available.
    b u i It   on      Woodside           Place     was notified of thir          oposal by             13. "Nixon       is the     one,
    considered      University property,            Dean Nester on .1'•.••• e 14, 1968.              Humphrey is another"                             l\'h. Airy Printing     and     Lf t hogruphfng         Co rrrpurry
    and was the city's power of                     This      vio lc t k». .ncrease     was             14. "Good heavens there's an                                                    29 WEST COURT  STREET
    eminent domain used to condemn                  approved        by the       Board   of          obscenity (on this board)"                           381·6220                      CINCINNATI, OHIO 45202
    the private residences which were               Directors. "
    destroyed to make way for the                   Mr. John Sipes, Director of Staff
    center?"                                        Services.                                                                                                                                                     LAST
       (Interested A&S Student, 1970)                 DIRECT       LINE      Notes:      The                             JOIN          A       ·P,OLITICAL CAMPAIGN
       A. "The acquisition             of the       following      grafitti    statements,                                                                                                                        CHANCE
    properties     on the east side of              some profound,        are stated for
    Woodside          Place      has      been      your interest. Are U.C. students
    Uni versity's
                        as a part of the
                       long-range       master
                                                    showing their real feelings? Decide                                                    STUDENTS                       FOR
                                                    for yourself. Appearing on the
    plan for the expansion prepared in

                                                    AlA      (American      Insititute    of
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    Avondale-Corryville                 Urban       29,1968.
    Renewal         Plan.     The     Faculty         1. "Ex-Lax cleans like a white
    Center,     built     principally      with     tornado!"
    funds donated
                           by Agnes. and
                  Seasongood,        will be
                                                      2. "If you were God where                                       9:30          a.m.              SATUR.DAY,                         NOV.               ·2,
                                                    would you hide?"
    owned by 'the University and                       3. "God isn't dead, he's just.
    leased to the Cincinnati Faculty                unemployed "                                                                                                                 CLI.FTON            ELEMENTARY
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    include        guest       rooms         for    more than bigots, its minority                                                                                              CLIFTON              & MCALPIN
    distinguished         visitors    to the        groups"-                            .
    University, conference,          meeting,          5. "AIA=Americim Institute of
    and seminar rooms, a lounge, and
    dining facilities.
       The Faculty Center will occupy
    portions      of four        parcels       of
                                                    Atrophy"                        , .
                                                       6. "Ignorance is the display of
                                                    military intelligence"
                                                                                                            LA'S<'~,C:HAN'('E·                                   I'
                                                                                                                                                                                        Issued by - Students for Cruze
                                                                                                                                                                                                   , Daniel J. Schlueter
                                                       7. "Start     fires and prevent
    property. The four parcels were                 bears"
    obtained by, negotiated sale with
    individual owners without a court
    settlemen t being' involved."
    Dr. Kenneth          ~B. "S~ttIe,' Vice
                                                          THE            .DOR"M                           .GJVfi~does
    President for Planning.
       Q. "Why don't            the parking
    tickets given- by campus police
                                                             Every Friday 2-6,                             a peifect size 7
    state that such tickets may be
    ~pealed      to the ~!tudent C01Jtt?(
    Why isn't this informatton' listed
                                                         <,1:. G · I.F.
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                         to the    article
                                                       J.ohnny Dollar                                      eveifmoiZtfi?
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    item four under "Miscellaneous."
    Mr. John Sipes, Director of Staff                          9:00        - 2:30

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,--      'Cats-Eye --------~
                             focusing on                                       'Cat-Eagle Air Show Set;
                    Cook1s Book
                      by Richie Katz
                            Sports Ed'itor
                                                                               Cook-Ramsey MatchArms
                                                                                          by Lew Moores                      an MVC all-star last season, and four were equally keen in halting
                                                                                                                             thus far this season appears to be _ the Tulsa running attack to 28
  For a "kid from just down the road", Bearcat senior quarterback                The Razorbacks      of Arkansas             headed for honors again.                 yards.
Greg Cook has distinguished himself on the national football scene             may have un-meaned the Mean                                                               Speed back Denny Jackson and
more than he had ever hoped to.                                                Green of North Texas State last                 Chuck Beatty, also All-MVC at end Jim 0 'Brien were on the
  The 6'4" Cook who hails from nearby Chillicothe, Ohio, stands                Saturday by a tight 17-15 score,              defensive          back,       returns   recieving    ends of Greg Cook
second in the national rankings in total offense going into the North          but North Texas hopes to have                 complementing              a veteran     touchdown          aerials.      O'Brien
Texas clash this weekend. He trails only Chuck Hixson, who calls the           gathered its comtempt again this              backfield of Bernie Barbaur and          gathered    fifteen points in the
signals for the Southern Methodist University Mustangs.                        week in readying themselves for               Ret Little. Beatty has also been         ballgame giving him a total of 64
  This total offense ranking is not the extent of Cook's performances          the Bearcats. The 'Cats also tasted           plagued with arm injuries this           for the year. Cook has tossed for
this season. He has established himself as one of the nation's elite           defeat on Saturday, bowing to an             season, but is expected to play.          eleven touchdowns           this season
passers. He now stands fourth in that department trailing such notables        alert Tulsa team, 34-27.
                                                                                                                                                                      and his completions account for
as Steve Ramsey of North Texas. Cook and Ramsey will tangle this                                                               Setbacks Leo Taylor and Tony
                                                                                North Texas will play host to                                                         1651 yard total.
weekend in a battle that should fill the airways with numerous pigskins.                                                    Reese provide an adequate ground
   Cook's high school teams never fared too well, according to him. In        the    Bearcats       this    Saturday,                                                    North Texas took last year's
                                                                              November     2, with both teams               attack forcing the defense to stay
his senior year, though they didn't win the league, they were ranked-                                                        honest.       Taylor      and    flanker ballgame, 34-24 and holds an edge
eighth in the state. Six boys on that squad, including Cook, went on to       earning identical 1-1 records in                                                        in the series, five wins to four.
                                                                              Missouri Valley Conference league              Shanklin lead the team in the
accept scholarships to four different Ohio schools.                                                                          scoring department.                      The      Mean     Green       has been
   When he graduated from high school, he received offers from many of        play. Overall, the Mean Geen have                                                       successful thus far in keeping their
the big schools aroung the country. Among those that he did hear from         a slightly     better      4-2 record                                                   opponents' scoring to a minimum,
                                                                                                                               Tulsa capitalized on errant UC
were Notre Dame and two big football schools in Georgia, one of which         compared to Cincinnati's 3-2-l.                                                         but their offense has only been
                                                                                                                            plays Saturday         in capturing     a
was the University of Georgia, currently rated in the top ten. Other             North Texas Head Coach Rod                 34-27      victory.     The    defensive  collecting enough points to edge
schools after his ability were Ohio State and Indiana, along with Boston      Rust (sounds like a word taken                secondary has yet to settle, but          the opposition. This coupled with          I

University. He didn't receive too many other offers because, as he says,      from       Andy        Granatelli's           Steve Ramsey's          press clippings   high-scoring UC ballgames should
"I wasn't as highly sought after as I may have been if I had had a lot of     vocabulary)      optimistically      told     may prove incentive enough to             prove interesting competition.
publicity."                                                  -                reporters in the pre-season, "Our             stabilize.                                   "We know that North Texas is a
                                                                              plan is to improve our football                                                          very good team and that they
                                                                               day to day, game by game, year                  The Cats managed to whittle            pass, but they also have a good
                                                                              by year."                                     down a large Tulsa margin in the          running       game,"         commented
                                                                                 North Texas boasted           of ten       second half, but fell five yards          Coach Rice on the laurels of
                                                                              members on the All-Conference                 short of paydirt as the clock ran         highly-touted           Ramsey       and
                                                                              team last season, four of which               off the last seconds of play. The         company.
                                                                              have returned. Steve Ramsey, in               ground game wasn't explosive as it           Upcoming      games will all be
                                                                              his second year at the controls,              has been in the past. Even Greg           played at home with Louisville. on
                                                                              teams      with      flanker     Ronnie       Cook,       normally         an elusive   November 9; Ohio University on
                                                                              Shanklin to form a deadly duo                 quarterback;      failed to find the      the 16th; and Miami of Ohio
                                                                              responsive to the calls of victory.           right holes in the line.                  rounds      out         ~
                                                                                                                                                                                          t •.•. season     on
                                                                              Ramsey has 9 touchdowns              and                                                November 2~.
                                                                              1252 yards to his six-game credit                Conversely, the Bearcat front
                                                                              thus far this season.
                                                                                 Both Ramsey and Shanklin were
                                                                              All-Conference      last season, and
                                                                              both will be back again next year.
                                                                              Ramsey lead the MVC- in passing
                                                                                                                                                   Pork1s Picks
                                                                              in    1967      and      collected     21
                                                                              touchdown       passes; seven more                                   by AI Porkolab
                                                                              than his nearest rival. Shanklin
                                                                              with 78 points, finished up second
                                                                              in scoring       behind      conference           What happens when you miss six and tie one? You try, try, again.
                                                                              leader Rick Eber of Tulsa with 80              What else can I do. What a week it was, too. I picked Syracuse over
                                                                              points ..                                      California and it turned out to be another Harvard-Bucknell blunder.
                                                                                 All-American      defensive tackle          California devastated the 'Orange' 43-0. But that's the fortunes of the
                                                                              Joe Greene bolsters the defense                college football wars, at least we got UCLA over Stanford.
                                                                              with a 6-4, 274 pound frame.                      I did make a few other mistakes but Jane Levine, who must be one of
                                                                              Surprisingly for his size, he is               the most congenial and understanding persons on campus offered some
                                                                              quick, agile, and, needless to say,            consolation. Anyway, this week will be the toughest by far, and for
                                                                              tough to move. Greene was also                 anyone that doesn't feel the same way-come up to the NR I could use
                                                                                                                             your advice.
                                                                                                                            SPECIAL TO PHI DELTA THETA: Congratulations Phi Delts, you've
                                                                              ICat Riflemen                                  done the 'Blue Machine' in.
                                                                                                                                CINCINNATI at NORTH TEXAS STATE: We lost a heartbreaker last
                                                                                                                            week. I guess that's the breaks. Mike Barrett and Henry Vafides think
                                                                              Split Matches                                 the 'Cats will rebound with a victory down in Denton. It would be nice,
                                                                                                                            but it'll have to wait till next year. North Texas.
                                                                                       by Dave Rosner                           HOUSTON at GEORGIA: The Bulldogs, who own a 5-0-1 record and
QUARTERBACK        COOK talks it over.                                               Executive Sports Editor                a Top 10 ranking, go into this one as favorites. The Cougars with Paul
                                                                                                                            Gibson and Elme Wright, and a savage defense, don't mind. Houston.
   He was recruited for UC by then Bearcat coach Chuck Studley.                  On October 26, the ROTC and                   MICHIGAN STATE at OHIO STATE: Duffy and his boys from East
Studley talked Greg into coming to UC but don't misunderstand that,            Varsity rifle teams entertained              Lansing pulled off a big one last week, but beating Notre Dame doesn't
Cook had made up his own mind: Cook's philosophy as far as choosing           squads from the University of                 get them a Rose Bowl trip. Their conference mark is currently 1-2.
schools was, "you should have a mind of your own in choosing the               Kentucky. The ROTC marksmen                  After this week, well ... Ohio State.
school which you are going to attend." He did make up his mind and he          won their match over their UK                    PENNSYLVANIA at HARVARD: Both the Quakers and the Crimson
decided on UC over the University of Georgia.                                  counterparts by ten points, while            are 5-0 and tied for the Ivy League lead with Yale. It should be close,
  Cook got a lot of publicity in his sophomore year at UC, but he broke        UC's varsity succumbed            by 15      like Harvard by 21, 35-14. Harvard.
his hand during summer practice and he was unable to play during that          points.                                         SOUTHERN METHODIST at TEXAS: The air game against the
year. He got his big chance last year when regular quarterback Tony              The UC scoring was led by                   ground game. The Mustangs have Hixson to Levias; Texas has Bradley
Jackson was hurt early in the year.                                           All-American George Rank who                  and Gilbert plus a Top 20 ranking. Even though SMU will be down in
   Cook took over the helm and immediately after started moving the           totaled     282 points, and John               Longhorn country, look for an upset ... I hope. SMU.
club. According to him, his biggest change over last year was his             Brett's score of 280. They were                  AUBURN at FLORIDA: Florida has been very disappointing the past
development, both physically and mentally. -He cites a similar example        followed      by Bill Jacobs,         265;    two weeks, losing to North Carolina and then being tied by Vandy. On
of Roman Gabriel of the Los Angeles Rams. Now Gabriel is a top star           John Martin, 244; and Reid Jaffe              the other hand, Auburn has been quite impressive, chalking up a 4-2
in the league but only a few short years ago he was inexperienced and         with 239 points. Our total for the            mark. This is a tossup, but ... Auburn.
immature as far as football knowledge goes. In those short years he            match was 1310 as against 1325                  COLORADO at KANSAS: The Buffaloes surprised a few with that
learned a lot about the game and has matured into the outstanding             for Kentucky. The team members                impressively easy win over Oklahoma last time out. This should make
signal caller that he is today, Cook compares himself to the LA               shoot      from       three     different     the Jayhawks win against them all the more important. Kansas.
quarterback in maturing in the knowledge of the game.                         positions:     prone,     kneeling and           MISSISSIPPI at LSU: Ole Miss has a tough one on their hands this
  The UC quarterback also gives a lot of credit to his top receivers Jim      off-hand.      The     best    attainable     week, but should be hungry to rebound after being done in by
O'Brien and Tom Rosslev, He worked with both all summer and this              score is 300. The other                 UC    Houston. The home field advantage makes the difference here. LSU.
has had a big effect on the UC passing game this fall. Cook has learned       representatives who did not figure               MIAMI at TOLEDO: I thought the Rockets would pull a surprise here
the moves of his receivers which helps him immensely. As far as any           in the       scoring     include:      Ken    but Dave Pollack, Dave Driver, and Terry Tierny have assured me of
preference in receivers, he expressed that he has none. But to any UC         Keenen,      Paul Femendez,           Rick    just the opposite. OK Miami Student. Miami.
fan it would appear that he likes Jim O'Brien on the long patterns and        Blewitt, Howie Bielstein, and Rick                TULSA at MEMPHIS STATE: The breaks were easy to come by for
Tom Rossley on the short ones. But Greg says this isn't so. "We get           Dillon. Their scores did not count             the Hurricarie against the 'Cats. This time, though, they'll have to work
more man to man coverage than we get zone coverage, so Jim is open            because only the points of the five            if they want to win. Lazy ugh? Memphis State.
long more often than Tom."                                                    highest shooters are totaled.                     UCLA at TENNESSEE: Last year the 'Vols lost to the Bruins 20-16.
  The quarterback of a college football team also must have a memory             The rifle team's next matches              They'll more than make up for it this time around. Tennessee.
for many plays. The Bearcats now have well over 50 plays and Cook as          are on Saturday,          November 2,            OREGON STATE at STANFORD: The Beavers are just biding their
well as every other player on the squad must be aware of each and             _when the squad travels to Murray             time till they meet O. J. and crew. This Bill "Earthquake"       Enyart might
everyone     of those. However, he doesn't have to call every play by         State.    Murray       State    has the       score 24 against the team so many thought was so good. Oregon State.
himself. "About 7 5% of our plays are called from the press box." These       number-one       rifle team in the               DA YTON at XAVIER: Mr. Biles says that he pities the team that X
plays are usually called by a series of hand signals similar to those of a    country.        The      sq uad      then     plays when they unleash all their anguish. When do they play Parsons
third base coach on a baseball team.                                          competes in the Walsh Invitational            College? Dayton.                                                _
  As far as his future is concerned, Cook wants to play pro-football if       on November 9. This meet is held                 VIRGINIA TECH at FLORIDA STATE: The Gobblers fooled me
he can. "I like the AFL because you get more of a chance to play but          at Xavier University and will have            against West Virginia. I hope they try to do it again ... Florida State.
on the other hand the NFL has its advantages, too. It has a great             representatives       from     over     30       ARKANSAS at TEXAS A & M: Arkansas is supposed to run wild
pension, while being an older league with great traditions." If he had a      s c h 0 01 s.    In     1a stye       ar' s   with the Aggies. Litt and Rosner tend to agree. Arkansas.
preference he thinks he would like to play for either the Miami               competition,      UC finished fifth.             IN OTHER GAMJ!.;S: Alabama-Mississippi State; Penn State-Army;
Dolphins or the New Orleans Saints, but, of course, he doesn't have a         Staff Sergeant Long, who is the               Bowling       Green-Marshall;       California-Washington;     NCS-Clemson;
choice; he has to take what he gets.                                          coach      for the        rifle squads,       Yale-Da-rtmouth;          Georgia     Tech-Duke;      Syracuse-Holy      Cross;
   For a kid from just down the road, Greg Cook has made quite a name         commented that "we hope to do                 Purdue-Illinois;   Indiana-Wisconsin;     Oklahoma-Kansas       State; Miami
for himself on the college football front and, if he continues in a similar   as well or better than our showing            (F)-Pitt; Notre Dame-Navy; Southern            Cal-Oregon; OU-Western M;
way, he may soon make quite a name for himself in the pro football            last year." He also stated "the               Co l ga te- Le high ; Michigan-North         western;     Texas     Tech-Rice;
ranks.                                                                        team is constantly improving".                Minnesota-Iowa; and a few more with no room for them.
 Friday,   November     1, 1968                                                             THE UNIVERSITY          OF CINCINNATI                                                                                                                    Page Nine

 Cards~ Tigers Set MVC Pace~                                                                                                                                               ACHIEVE SUCCESS -
                                                                                                                                                                           through SCIENCE OF MIND
                                                                                                                                                                           and MEDITATION.
 UC Foe Named As Top -Back                                                                                                                                                       attend   the

                                                                                                                                                                            CLIFTON CHURCH OF
                                                                                                                                                                            RELIGIOUS SCIENCE
            by Jerry Baral                        Offensive line laurels went to              sixth straight loss of the season. In
                                                Tulsa's split end Harry Wood, who             the last three games Pinter has                                                    3352 Jefferson        Ave.
  Last Saturday's       heart-creaking          caught five passes for a hundred              made a total of 31 tackles and 32
                                                                                              assists.                                                                      SUN. MORN. WORSHIP 11:00 A.M.
defeat      to Tulsa has left the               and one yards. One of Wood's
Bearcats with but a glimmering of               receptions was a seventy yarder                  North      Texas        suffered      a
                                                                                              heartbreaking      17-15 defeat at the       Rev. David L. Downing, D. D.     Consultation      by  Appointment     For
hope      in their     quest   for the          for a touchdown.
                                                                                              hands of highly touted Arkansas.                                              further information  and other activities
Missouri Valley Conference title.                 Once again UC's Jim O'Brien                                                              Minister   - Practitioner
                                                                                              Steve Ramsey put in another fine                                              PHONE 281-0371 or 281-9000..
Their loss. coupled with victories              gave an outstanding preformance
by Memphis State and Louisville,                at end. O'Brien managed three                 performance       as he completed 21
placed them in a tie with North                 catches for a touchdown,    kicked            of 35 passes for 240 yards and
                                                                                              one touchdown.                                                             Informal     Discussion Of
Texas State for third place.                    two field goals, and three extra
  Greg Cook,        Cincinnati's     star                                                        Louisville's 21-14 victory over
                                                 points. Also mentioned      for top
                     failed      to
                      as outstanding
                                       be        offensive    linemen     were
                                                 Rosenberg, of North Texas, and
                                                                                              lowly Wichita State was made
                                                                                                              by     an outstanding
                                                                                                                  from     quarterback
                                                                                                                                            MAHARISHI                                MAHESH YOGI'S
offensive back for only the third
time this season. The award was
                                                 fleet Gary Arlen from Louisville.
                                                    Memphis State's Alex Dees was
                                                                                              Wally Oyler. Oyler completed 27                  TRANSCENDENTAL                                       MEDITA£TION
given to this counterpart         in last                                                     of 49 passes (both team records)
                                                 a shinning light in the Tiger's              and added a touchdown gallop of
week's       game,   Mike     Stripling.
                                                 smashing victory over Southern                                                                               MONDAY, NOV. 4 - 8P.M.
Stripling, the Hurricane's versatile                                                           12 yards. Elliott Shriftman added
                                                 Mississippi. The senior defensive            another       fine performance          at
221 pound senior, completed 25
                                                 end     from     Merrick      Woods,                                                                                  991 MARION AVE.
of 44 passes for 346 yards and a                                                              fullback.
touchdown.       To this he added           i Mississippi,       was credited     with            This    week's        action     finds
scoring bursts of one and twelve            I     sixteen unassisted tackles and five         Memphis State at Tulsa, Kent                                                    or call 281-3025
yards, both coming in the second                  assists. He was the key man in the          State at Louisville, and North                                              for further information
quarter after his team was down                   Tiger line that stopped the enemy           Texas       playing      host     to   our
17-3.                                             cold     four    times   inside  the         Bearcats. For Cincinnati to have a
   Stripling    was not      the only           I Memphis    State ten yard line.             chance at the crown, they must
important          force     for     the             At that Dees won by only a                defeat the highly- touted Eagles.
                                                                                              This coupled         with a Memphis
Hurricanes as Dave Kugel, Ron
Allford, and big Marv Budd shared
honors as defensive halfbacks of
                                                  slight margin over Witch ita State's
                                                  Mike Pinter. Pinter made fourteen
                                                : tackles and broke up numerous
                                                                                               State loss to Tulsa will put us
                                                                                               right back in the running. Until
                                                                                                                                                       BRIDGE                                       CLUB
the week.                                         pass plays despite the Shockers's            next week .....
                                                                                                                                                           SUNDAYS     2-6 P.M.
Economy Run's
Awards To Cictors
    The UC student branch of the
 Society of Automotive Engineers,
 in connection       with the Ashland
 Oil Co., is sponsoring an economy
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 morning. The run will start from                                        SIGN OF THE GREEN CANOPY
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 Friday, November        1, 1968                                                         THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI                                                          Page Eleven

 Returninq Lettermen Lead Swimmers
 Tough Schedule Faces MVC Champs
             by John Small                    Rick Coff to help the team a great         Memphis         State      is  now
                                              deal.                                      constructing    pool facilities and
     The Bearcat swimming team, in              The annual Freshmen-Varsity              should enter MO-Val competition
  practice       since     the    end    of   meet will be held November 15 in           within the next few years. He said
  September,      looks stronger than         the Laurence Hall pool. League             that new teams such as these are
. ever     this    year     and appears       competition     begins immediately         usually competition as they have a
  destined to continue as Missouri            after the Christmas break.                 large    number      of scholarship
  Valley      Conference       champions.       When asked about the upcoming            swimmers on the squad.
  Led by co-captains Denny Matyko             season, Coach Lagaly commented,               Coach Lagaly then pointed out
  and Tim Cahill, the team boasts             "I feel confident we can again win         the addition of Notre Dame and
  many outstanding          lettermen as      ten meets this season. We have a           Kenyon to this year's schedule.
  well     as    several       promising      high quality squad with a great            He feels this will not' only
  freshmen.                            .      deal of depth."       .                    challenge the team but will attract
   . The team's schedule this year               He cautioned,        though,    that    student interest as well .
  a gain    includes     some     of the      Bradley      and     Louisville     are
                                              becoming     increasingly     stronger
  toughest      competition
  country. The Bearcats will face
  Notre Dame, Indiana, Southern
                                   in the
                                              due to grant and scholarship
                                              programs.    He noted also that                Sailing Club
  Illinois and Tennessee. Also on                                                          This weekend the Sailing Club
  the schedule is a possible trip to                                                     will once again be out to win fame
  Florida over the Christmas break.                                                      and recognition for UC, as they
  This      would      include      several                                              host their fall Sailing Regatta.
  practices at Ft. Lauderdale's "Hall                                                    Students will be arriving Friday
  of Fame".                                                                              afternoon    from St. Clair and
     The team, under the direction                                                       Wayne State Colleges in Michigan,
  of Coach Roy Lagaly, began                                                             and Ohio ,Wesleyan and St. Xavier.
  exercising with weights a month                                                          After an exciting registration
  ago and are now engaged in                                                             party, Friday night, the group will
 extensive       distance      swimming ..
                                                                                         invade. the Four Seasons Marina,
 Swimming to music, the team,
                                                                                         Saturday, for a thrilling day of

 covers about three miles each day ..
                                                                                         races.    After  the    Regatta, a
 Next, they will begin stroking,
                                                                                         farewell party will be held.
 technique and diversification.
     F our individual Missouri Valley                     Roy Lagaly
  Conference champs who will be
  returning this year are Denny
  Matyko in the 1000 yard free,
  Rodger Walk in the 100 yard free,
  Danny Scheidt in the 200 yard
                                                                 RODER!CK ST}OllNS
  back, and Butch Brick in the 200
  yard butterfly. Also returning this
  year are free-stylers Tim Cahill,
 Tom Sloane, Jim Sheehy, Martin
  Kute,> Ed Pyle, and               Howie
                                                                                    m. =--=-
                                                                                                                                Men Who Expect The Finest Wear
  S c h wi rt z. Returning
 breaststroker Bill Orton.
                                  also is

     The diving squad is again strong
                                                                      KENWOOD                 MALL
                                                                                                                               HIGGINS SLIICKS
 and will be led by Greg Brock and                                                                                                 FEATURING   BLENDS   OF FORTREL®   COTTON
  Vince Napoli. Coach Lagaly also                              COUNTRY         WEAR          FOR LADIES
  expects freshmen Mark Baker and

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                            GRUEN                           APPAREL                                                        Collegium Musicum Promising
                                        2618-20 VINE STREET                                                                          by Mark Lehman                                                  age;   nevertheless,     they    were     other pieces and was, hence, more
                                                                                                                                                                                                     charmingly sung by tenor Jerry            exciting.
                                            (Unive rsity Village)                                                                                                                                    Gordon. The final piece was a
                                                                                                                              Last Sunday night, October 27,                                                                                     Although the audience rewarded
                                                                                                                           the Collegium Musicum began a                                             concerto    by George Telemann,           the     group's     efforts   wi th
             Fashions for Ladies Who Appreciate Stylish Clothing                                                                                                                                     enlivened by folk-style melodies'         appreciative applause, it seemed
                                                                                                                           series of concerts for this year
                                                                                                                           featuring music of the Baroque                                            and a duet for flute and recorder         to me that the group needed more
                       NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS                                                                                                                                                  with pizzicato accompaniment. In          practice, especially in ensemble
                              Open Daily 9:30-6:00                                                                         and earlier eras. The group used
                                                                                                                           modern instruments, along with                                            this     work     the    Collegium        technique. Their future concerts
                                                                                                                           harpsichord      and recorders,         in                                attempted     its largest ensemble        should be interesting, especially if
                                                                                                                           Su n d ay ts concert;        in future                                    playing, utilizing eight performers;      they go back beyond the Baroque
                                                                                                                           concerts (January 19 and April 9)                                         cello,     bass,     two    violins,      era to earlier music, for example,
                                                                                                                           they    plan    to use only the                                           harpsichord, recorder and flute.          the Renaissance dance music.
                                                                                                                           authentic period instruments. The                                         The Telemann composition was
                                                                                                                           concert     included      instrumental                                    played with more verve than the
                                                                                                                           works by Bibaldi, Fasch, and
                                                                                                                           Telemann, as well as vocal settings
                                                                                                                           by Handel and Thomas Arne.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     -         Drama Review------~
                                                                                                                              The program began with a trio
                                                                                                                           in    G     minor
                                                                                                                                                   by     Vivaldi,
                                                                                                                                                 by a bouncy
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Playhouse Comedy Moves
                                                                                                                           melancholy         and      decorative
                                                                                                                           romanticism          typical    of the
                                                                                                                           composer. It was a splended piece
                                                                                                                                                                                                     ~-----                                 Richard Snyder--:,
                                                                                                                           and the best-for this observer, at                                           A strong leading cast and weak         new Playhouse and its size, one
                                                                                                                           least-on     the     program.     There                                   supporting        character-     types,   can appreciate the use of every
                                                                                                                           followed a chamber cantata-by                                             provide the Playhouse framework           entrance and exit ramp, with any
                                                                                                                           Handel. This piece was a setting of                                       for Shakespeare's       "Comedy      of   size cast. Wurger appears from all
                                                                                                                           a text       e nti tled,    "Nocturnal                                    Errors".                                  directions, and seemingly all at
                                                                                                                           Thoughts of Phyllis from Sweet                                               Bernard Wurger, playing the            once, always managing to fall or
                                                                                                                           Oblivion." One may easily gather                                          dual roles of Dromio of Ephesus           trip somewhere.
                                                                                                                           from the title its artificiality; for                                     and     Dromio       of    Syracuse,         These     are    all, of course,
                                                                                                                           this sort of work one undoubtably                                         obviously     holds the center of         manifestations     of the director,
                                                                                                                           has to acquire a taste.                                                   attention throughout the play. I          David Hooks, who has handled
                                                                                                                              The Arne        selection     was a                                    have heard several people express         t he    mass     mis-identities    very
                                                                                                                           musical     version     of three       of                                 the     opinion     that     he is a      effectively.   But it is Wurger's
                                                                                                                           Shakespeare's songs. As they were                                         "look-at-me" actor. To this critic,       sense of timing and clown-face
                                                                                                                           composed more than a century                                              his    performance         takes   the    mastery which moves the show.
                                                                                                                           after the words were written, I                                           worn-out comedy by the horns                 Moving around Dromio is Paul
                             Mia Fdrrow                                                                                    would have been more interested                                           and brings it back to life.               Vincent,     playing     his masters,
              In a William Castle Production                                                                                                                                                                                                   Antipholus E. and Antipholus S.
                                                                                                                           in settings true to Shakespeare's                                           For anyone familiar, with the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Vincent's constant changes from
                                                                           john Cassavetes                                                                                                                                                     brow-beating           to    rage    to

    G                 /Sidney Blackmer         I   Maurice Evans/ and Ralph Bellamy
                                                                                                                                                                                           l'::""\                                     01      bewilderment      astonishingly adds
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               to the necessary stability of the
 Produced by Wilham Castle/Written for the Screen and Directed           by Roman Polanski /                     ·A·                                                                                                                           play, and he carries it off quite
 From the novel by Ira LeVin / ProductlOfl OesIgner- RIChard Sytbert I   TechnlCoIor"   IA Paramount   PIcture
                                                                                                                 ~~~i                                                                                '}PEIER SEUERS                            well.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     "IN iii LaUE Vau,
 SuggeSled   lor Mature AuOences·   ~                                                                            aO+Wc_

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The rest of the cast might be

                                        _'Iu';Il~IIII';                                                                                                                                                1lIl:E B. TaHlaS"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               considered "heavy", to modern
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               tastes, but Shakespearian comedy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               routinely evolves from a state of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               confusion to a state of harmony
                                         NOW SHOWING

                                                                                                                                                                                                     , 7imes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               with the natural order.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  This, I think,         if kept
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               perspective, justifies the solemn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               performances turned in by Emilia,

                                                                                                                                                                                                .:                 Downtown-62t-D2D2..9J       the abbess (Leta Bonynge).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Putting   Shakespeare       together
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               and coming out alive is not easy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               the-ater,     but     the    Playhouse
                                                                                                                                        MT. AUBURN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH                                                                         physical plant and stage layout,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               combined with good acting and
                                                                                                                                                                103 WM. HOWARD TAFT AVE.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               the skilled directing of David
                                                                  Smartest, best on campus                                       SUNDAY MORNING STUDY GROUPS - 9:30 a.m.                                                                       Hooks, brings off a successful run
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               of "Comedy of Errors". Further
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               information     is available at the
                                                               That's    beca use    Ludwig's    Bass
                                                               Weejuns are handsewn, made of fine                             1 - "The Revelations of St.                                             2 - "Issues in Religious Faith           Playhouse.
                                                               leat her   in  Indian-like  moccasin
                                                               fashion.   Here are three      popular                             . John the Divine & it's                                                today"
                                                               Weejun styles. Try these and many
                                                               others at Ludwig's.                                                  significance for today"                                                                   led by           Heiller Concert
                                                                                                                                                     led by Mrs.                                                     Dr. Alan Davies             Anton Heiller , world-renowned
                                                                                        Loafer,  Women's     $1':;':                            George Barbour                                                                                 V ien nese organist,    comes   to
                                                                                        Men's    $18.95     Kiltee                                                                                                                             Corbett Auditorium this weekend
                                                                                        o rna ment      loafer:
                                                                                        Women's     $16     Men's                                                                                                                              to give a major recital on Sunday
                                                                                        Strap Boot $24.95                                         INTERESTED                                 STUDENTS INVITED                                  evening at 8:30 p.m. There is no
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               admission charge.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 His program will include works
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               by Bohm,      de Grigny,     Bach,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Hindemith, . Reger, plus Heiller's
                                                                                                                                Paraphernalia                                                                                                  own Improvisation on a submitted
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               theme .
                                                                                                                                  • where you con gellufgel   eOfllng5, a largel purse.

                                                                                                                                    a torget pin a larget flog and shoes WIthout targets
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Steppenwolf Show
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Steppenwolf, one of the leading
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                underground       rock    and blues
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                groups in the nation, will appear
                                                                                                                                                        "J anice Joplin doesn't wear                                                            in concert on Sunday, November
                                                                                                                                                   Paraphernalia fashions - because she                                                         3 at Music Hall in Cincinnati.
                                                                                                                                                      has an image to maintain ... "                                                           They      will    appear      for one
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               performance      only at 8 p.m. in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               association       with     WEBN-FM.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Sq uack's      recent     productions
                                                                                     Open Evenings                                                                                                                                             included Janis Joplin with Big
                                                                                  College Hill, Monday
                                                                             Mt. Healthy, Monday & Friday                     Paraphernalia:                        Kenwood Mall                                               793-0981        'Brother      and     the     Holding
                                                                             SWifton, Mon., Thurs., and Fri.                                                                                                                                   Company in Cincinnati before the
                                                                                 Shop.,ers Charge and A.N.I.                                                                                                                                   largest rock audience in the area
                                                                                       Cards Honored                                                                                                                                           since the Beatles. On Wednesday,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               October 23, Squack gave a free
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               concert featuring The Quick-Silver
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Messenger Service and The Sacred
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The leader of Steppenwolf is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               John     Kay. The group which
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               records on Dunhill has had two
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               singles with million copy sales;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               two of the hottest LP's; and is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               presently in the top ten with their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               single of "Suki, Suki."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Squack Productions decided to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               present Steppenwolf because of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               the many requests           from the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               general public. 'I'icket prices are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               $5.00,    $4.00,     and $3.00.       A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               sell-out is anticipated and it is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               suggested that mail orders be sent
                                                                                                                                                    "THE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER"                                                             as early as possible for a preferred
                         7030 Reading Rd. at Swifton Center
                                                                                                                                           STARRING      ALAN ARKIN AND SONDRA LocKE                                                           seat location. For further ticket
                    5845 Hamilton Ave. at Cedar Ave., College Hill
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               information     or reservations call
                       7601 Hamilton at Compton, Mt. Healthy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Roger 'E. Abramson at 221-1049
Friday,   November       1, 1968                                                                                                      THE UNIVERSITY                                 OF CINCINNATI                                                                                                      Page Thirteen

                Music Echo                                                                                                                                                                            '
          Notes And Comments From Echo
                                                                                                                                      Jeff Mitchel                                                    ·
  This       weekend          Squack         (Buffalo Springfield), Cass Elliot                                                         nineteen     mostly    by   Paul
Productions      continues   its never-      (Mamas and Papas) andAI Kooper                                                             McCartney.    Whether   the rock
ending task of bringing first rate           (Blues Project and Blood, Sweat,                                                           musician- world is at an impasse
entertainment           to  Cincinnati.      and Tears). Those people are a                                                             now or not, it will seem so upon
Peter,     Paul,    and    Mary,    and      good percentage of the rock elite.'                                                        the album's release.
Stepenwolf will be at Music Hall             Picture a group comprised of a
tomorrow       and Sunday        nights,     few of them. Oh, boy.                                                                        Both Dylan and the Beatles are
respectively. The latter is the San
Francisco      acid-rock    group     of       The new Beatles album, as yet
                                                                             ***                                                        reported   anxious   to do some
                                                                                                                                        touring again. Sure hope so.
"Born to be Wild" and "Suki                  untitled,    will be out between
Suki"     fame.     PP&M need         no     November 16 and 21. It will be a                                                              If there's some phase or artist in
introduction.         With   the    fine     do u ble       album,    containing                                                         rock music that you'd like to read
acoustics of Music Hall and the              twenty-four       cuts. Four are by                                                         about, drop us a note in the NR
high standards        set by Squack,         George Harrison, one by Ringo                                                               office. We always aim to please.
both concerts should be great.               (and      what    a masterpiece     it's

                                             bound to be) and the remaining                                                                                                  ***
  While we're on the subject of
good acoustics and fine standards,
Jimi Hendrix will be at Cincinnati
Gardens November 15. The only
                                                                                                ECHO TASTE SLIP
                                                  Please fill out in the following space any comments or questions                                                                                        r-                                                                                                                  --,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  WIN $250
music that the Gardens is suited                  concerning Music Echo and return to the News Rocord.
for is the "Big 0 Bounce". There
could not conceivably      be any                 ...........................................................................................................                                             I                                                                                                                           I
head atmosphere there. WUBE is
gearing the show to the teeny-bop
market, but hopefully there will
                                              '                                                                                                                                                   .       I   Your story about our.Fun Shirt of Creslan" may win it .                                                                 I
be    something
                             It will
                                                  ..........................................................................................                  .                        "'                 I       Base~ on a letter from a s~eater.shirt    emhu~iast
                                                                                                                                                                                                               who claimed that the Fun Shirt of Creslan acrylic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          All entries, contents and Ideas submitted become the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          property of American CyanamidCompanyand may be'             I
probably be worth attending, but                  ...........................................................................................................
                                                                                                                                                                                                               fiber has changed his life, we decided to hold             ~S~~tto: ;~lt~~;r~Jeon Ng~te~~~~      b~id~f~~~~e~~,:,r~:~
he could be so much better. Oh,
well, a bad experience is better
                                                                                                                                                                                                              a contest.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Don't tell us how sophisticated or color-terrific our
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           b l;t~~'  :~t~ft:~d:~. ;g~t ~r~~~wH~~ees:ei~'~~~~r~~~~;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ~e~ets:aery~ailedIn a separat~ envelope. No purchase

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              I       I
                                                                                                                                                                                                          I                                                                                                                           I
than no experience at all.                                                                                                                                                                                    fleece-llned, sweater-type Fun Shirts are. Or how           :~i~~~nft~~~~ ~~t~~~~e~f~~O~hg~n~iSa~finOJ~~~naJ~~t
                                                                                                                                                                                                              they're pleasure-bent on softness (even after endless       judging organization whose decision will be fi~al. en-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          correspondence will be entered Into concermna No
                 ***                                                                                                                                                                                          washings.) Or ev~n how econo~ical they are (you can         W~~'e contest Is open to all residents of the UnltM
  If   you
                          the    free
concert at Xavier last week, be
                                                                           TENORS                                                          - BASSES                                                       I   buy three Fun Shirts for the prl~e of o~e sweater.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Merely tell us about the dramatic way It changed
                                                                                                                                                                                                              your life and how much fun you're now having as a
                                                                                                                                                                                                               result . The best answer m 25 words or more gets
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ~:~W~es~~eme~~e~~f~Ot~~~a~?3 J~~i~a~~~~~i:1~'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          vertlsing a~encies and the judging organization. Con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ~:~~I~tI~~~~ectto applicable Federal, State and local
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4) liability !or federal. State and Ioc.a taxes imposed
penitent.   The 5000 folks who
were there thought it was great.
                                                      If you have some choral experience and. would enjoy singing great
                                                      choral literature in a beautiful contemporary     church, call St .
                                                      John's Unitarian Church, 320 Resor AveI].ue in Clifton, between 9
                                                                                                                                                                                                          I   the two hundred and fifty.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  You don't have to buy a Fun Shirt of Creslan
                                                                                                                                                                                                              to enter. But we think you'll have a hard time          .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          uponjhe pme ts the sole responsibility of the winner.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          i~r~h~a~~:~yn1~6:'11i be notified by mail on or be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          & ASSOCIates,

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not, you're lucky. One mimed,
bad song. Bob Mosely, bassist and
                                                      The church is located only minutes from campus. The amount of
                                                                                                                                                                                                              c:::    CYANAlM'ID              :::;::,                     _

lead singer,       looked     and even                stipend will be determined by voice quality and experience.
sounded       like     Ricky     Nelson.
Stevenson,      Miller,     and     Lewis
                                                                                    Rehearsals - Thursday.Zi Sf) p.m.
could have passed for Rick's fab
                                                                                     Services - Sunday 11: 00 a. m.
back      up     group.        What      a
Grape's      first
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                       OR PhD WHILE YOU WORK
first album is one of the finest
                                                                                                                                 - Judith Crist, NBC -TV Today Show
group of cuts ever made in rock

  Skip Spence, former drummer
for the Jefferson Airplane, former
guitarist vocalist for Mo by Grape,
composer of the Airplane's "My
Best Friend"      and many Grape
songs, is no longer involved with a
group. He joins the list of former
group members        which includes                                 WINNER
John Sebastion (Lovin' Spoonful),
Dave Crosby (Bryds), Steve Stills                                         10
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Friday, November   1, 1968      THE UNIVERSITY            OF CINCINNATI                             Page Fifteen

            Homecoming       '68: Fun· And
                                     UC's        Sesquicentennial
                                                                                  Excitement For   All
                                   Homecoming, which represented a
                                   veritable milestone in the history
                                  of municipal           institutions,      has
                                  already been placed on the shelf,
                                  after only several short days, but
                                   not without a few memories. For
                                  the alumnae who reunited and
                                   exchanged memories and for the
                                   undergraduates         who have just
                                  begun        their       education,       the
                                   weekend had special meaning.
                                     The culmination           of weeks of
                                  feverish preparation, festivities got
                                  off to a successful start last Friday
                                   night    as top         vocalists     Andy
                                  Williams         and       Roger       Miller
                                   entertained      on campus at the
                                  Fieldhouse. A receptive audience
                                  of nearly 6000 responded to the
                                  charm and talent both performers
                                  exhibited during the two hour
                                     A cold but clear Saturday
                                   morning brought the excitement
                                  and tension of the parade and
                                  float competition.          Via television
                                  or huddled           along the parade
                                  route, Cincinnatians watched as a
                                  small but colorful group of floats
                                  made its way down                   Clifton,
                                  honoring the University and its
                                  accomplishments in 150 years of
                                     Alpha Omega won top honors
                                  over eight other sororities in float
                                  judging, as Alpha Delta' Pi, Chi
                                  Omega, Delta Delta Delta, and
                                  Delta Zeta took runner-up laurels.
                                  Fro m seven             entries     in the
                                  fraternity     division Lambda Chi
                                  Alpha        captured         first    place,
                                  followed by finalists Delta Tau
                                  Delta and Sigma Phi Epsilon.
                                     Enthusiam          was. marred          by
                                  disappointment                   Saturday
                                  afternoon as the Bearcats dropped
                                  a Missouri Valley contest to Tulsa
                                   34-27. A crowd of over 15,500
                                  watched as the 'Cats' efforts to
                                  catch the Hurricane fell short and
                                  dimmed          the      hopes        for a
                                  conference championship.
                                     The      DC-Tulsa           clash     was
                                 "high-lighted at half-time by the
                                  crowning of Bonnie Salmans as
                                  Homecoming            Queen       and     the
                                  presentation of her court: Kathy
                                  Bertke, Mary Margaret Dewan,
                                  Kathy        Parchman,          and Judy
                                  Ratcliff. Steve Allen, who served
                                  as Grand Marshall for the parade,
                                  greeted the crowd and awarded
                                  the trophy to the newly crowned
                                     Festivities     drew to a close
                                  Saturday night at the traditional
                                  Homecoming Dance at Music Hall,
                                  as couples danced to the sounds
                                  of The Heywoods and The Black
                                  Watch. At the Pavilion Caprice
                                  alumnae           held       their      own
                                  celebration, dancing to the Jimmy
                                  Dorsey Orchestra            renewing old
                                  friendships, and sharing old times.
                                     The        dances           climaxed
                                                                and parade
                                  corsages have finally been. stashed
                                                                           and    Photos By
                                  away. All that remains is the
                                  lingering thought of what the next
                                  150 years will bring.
                                                                                       Branch Lotspeich
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