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  Vol.    XXXVI— No. 20                                                                 W«dn*Mfay, April 9, T906
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                Associate Provost Leaves Adelphi
      BY BRIAN O'SULLIVAN                        improvement, Rozanski credits           a single person," Rozanski em-
      Associate Provost Mordechai                the leadership of President Peter       phasized, "but it is all dependent
  Rozanski is leaving Adelphi to                 Diamandopoulos and Provost              on the support of many ad-
  pursue what he calls 4 l a new                 Gerald Hceger, both of whom he          ministrators, faculty members,
  challenge" as Dean of the Col-                 praises for having "a very focus-      and students."
  lege of Liberal Arts of Fairleigh              ed notion of the value of liberal         Rozanski admits that "my tray
  Dickinson University in New                    arts as the pillar of higher           is full of things still left undone."
  Jersey.                                        education."                            For example, the Middle States
      Rozanski has worked in the                    Nevertheless, Rozanski feels        Evaluation, in which he has been
  a d m i n i s t r a t i o n of A d e l p h i   that his opportunity at Fairleigh      heavily involved, is still
  University since August of 1982,               Dickinson offers a challenge "of       underway.
  when he was hired as Director of               such significance thai I felt it was      "The challenge is unending,"
  the Center for new International               one I could not afford to miss."       Ro/anski continued. "There is
  S t u d i e s Program and as                      Rozanski particularly looks         enough important work for a
  Associate Dean of the College of               forward to having "the power of        host of people."
  Arts and Sciences.                             initiative" associated with "run-         He is hopeful that since the                    Departing Associate Provost Mordechai Ro/anski
      In 1984 he became Assistant                ning my own shop." He also says        projects he has been involved           friend.'                            been with Adelphi for twenty
  Provost and s u b s e q u e n t l y            he is "committed to liberal lear-      with have also involved so many        Like Ro/anski himself, Heeger        years, he claimed "Adelphi is
  Associate Provost. His current                 ning. I have looked forward to         other participants, they will con-  professed "mixed feelings"              rather extraordinary in the peo-
  responsibilities include broad                 working on a program of liberal        tinue even utter he leaves. In par- about the departure. While he           ple it keeps."
  areas of "faculty development                  arts."                                 ticular, Rozanski expects that the  said "it hurts like hell to lose a         The possibility of an interim
  and University-wide programs."                    Among        all    his       ac-   strong interest in Global Studies   good person," he also feels that        replacement for Rozanski is still
      Rozanski told the DELPHIAN                 complishments at Adelphi, some         will continue, since it has already Rozanski is taking advantage of         being considered, according to
  that he is leaving this post "with             of those which the departing           been "institutionalized" into       "a splended opportunity for             Heeger. For the next Associate
  mixed emotions. 0 "It was a very               Associate Provost says he has          many parts of the curriculum.       which he is ready."                     Provost, Heeger plans to seek
  difficult decision to make," he                valued most are the development                                               Heeger doesn't feel there is         "an outstanding academic and a
  explained, "because 1 leave                    of the Global Studies and Inter-           Provost Heeger also hopes that
  behind faculty 1 and administra-                                                       Rowmski's projects will Continue •anything the University can do to        creative spokesman."
                                                 national Students programs,                                                keep valued employees who find             Heeger will ask the Faculty
  tion colleagues for whom I have                faculty enrichment, his close           to proceed smoothly. Some of
                                                                                                                            opportunities elsewhere. Pointing       Senate to approve a Search Com-
  worked very hard to make                       cooperation with the Faculty            the dates for the Middle State
                                                                                                                            to a dinner on Sunday, April 6,         mittee to seek a new Associate
  Adelphi a distinct University."                Senate, the College of Arts and         Evaluation have been moved
      He said he saw challenges open             Sciences, and the development of       ahead so that Rozanski can com- honoring employees who have                 Provost.
  to him at Adelphi as well as at                                                        plete as much of the work as
  Fairleigh Dickinson. "Adelphi is
  in a process ^f significant change
                                                 the pilot Coop-Ed Program as
                                                 well as the Learning Center and
                                                 suppport services for experimen-
                                                                                         possible before he leaves.
                                                                                            Heeger admitted thai the loss
                                                                                                                                     "Boogie for Breath"
  on a path (•> distinctiveness,"
  Rozanski believes, "I would have
  enjoyed to be a part of that."
                                                 tal admits. He stresses that none
                                                 of these accomplishments were
                                                                                         of Rozanski "will leave a big
                                                                                         hole." "Mort is a brilliant ad-
                                                                                         ministrator," Heeger elaborated,
                                                                                                                                        In Two Days
                                                                                                                                The Dance Marathon is com-         welcome to take part. There will
                                                 ois alone.
      For much of this change and                    "None of it is the activity of      "a valued collegue, and a trusted   ing! The event will fill the          be a d u n k i n g booth, pie-
                                                                                                                             University Center Ballroom with       throwing, a magic show, jugglers
                                                                                                                             continuous dancing and other          and more.
    Dorm Changes Raise Concerns                                                                                              entertainment, for one entire
                                                                                                                             weekend. It begins in just two
                                                                                                                             days on Friday, April 11, at 8:00
                                                                                                                                                                      Later that evening there will be
                                                                                                                                                                   a celebrity and sports auction,
                                                                                                                                                                   and as the night goes on the
    BY CAROLYN SHAPIRO                  According to a March 27 let-                       A greater number of rooms in
    Resident students returning for ter sent by Director of Residence                   Eddy Hall will be allocated for      P.M.                                  entertainment doesn't stop.
 the Fall 1986 semester will find Life Tom Puree, this change will                      male usage. Chapman, Waldo,             Friday night is only the begin-    Saturday night there will be Por-
 Adelphi's housing s i t u a t i o n be implemented lor "reasons of                     and the St. Paul's apartments        ning of the event. Darlene Bian-      tugese dancers and two aerobic
                                                                                        will remain the same.                chino, Vice-Prcsident of S.P.A.       classes. Some of the featured
 significantly altered. Changes s e c u r i t y     and       energy
 will include the construction of a conservation."                                         The new fourth floors are not     and head of publicity for the         bands are Full Horse, Sore
 fourth floor on all dormitories,                                                       expected to open until ihc Spring    event, expects the Marathon to        Thumb, and Chase.
                                        The first two floors of Earlc                                                        include "thirty of the best and
 the resettlement of international Hall will have the male and                          1987      semester.       Current                                             Everyone is guaranteed a good
students and an increase in male female wings reversed in an ef-                        sophomores are being asked to        most exciting hours the Adelphi       time. The fun won't stop until
housing spaces.                                                                         voluntarily triple. These residents  Community has ever been a part        the dancing does, at 2:00 A.M.
                                     fort to increase the number of                                                          of." Sharing in the excitment will
   I.inen Hall will replace Earle male rooms and to make the first                      will then receive the first oppor-                                         Sunday, April 13. An admission
Hall as the year-round interna- floor more accessible to disabled                       tunity to live in the new rooms.     be 110 dancers, many different        charge of $2 will be charged on
tional dormitory. Athletes who male students. Current disabled                          Linen and Earle Halls will be (he    bands and DJ's, and dozens of         Friday night and Saturday after-
require housing over winter in- male students must pass through                         first to undergo construction.       volunteers.                           noons, and $3 Saturday night.
tercession will also be housed in five fire doors to reach their                          The letter to resident students         The planned activities include   All funds collected are being
Linen.                                                                                  was distributed to Earle Hall           a carnival on Saturday after-      donated to the Cystic Fibrosii
                                     rooms.                                                                                     noon. People of all ages are
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                     On Friday, April 18. (he day of      THE DANCE MARATHON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the President's Inauguraiion,                'H take place in the Univer-
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             Business Hall of Fame Inducts Alumnus
          BY J U K I HORII.LO                         Already dealing w i t h business            is essential in life. Its t w o p u r -          personal i n t e l l e c t u a l preferences offers a slightly higher salary. He
      Adclphi's          C o r r i d o r of      and merger analyses, Huebscher                  poses. Huebscher stated in an in-                 and a p t i t u d e s , and w h a t e v e r advised graduates to try to t a k e
 Distinguished A l u m n i has added             rcali/ed in the late 7()'s t h a t              t e r v i e w , are to encourage intellec-       career plans and a m b i t i o n s you jobs t h a t w i l l immerse them in
 another member and consequent-                  a l t h o u u h he was deeply i n v o l v e d   t u a l g r o w t h along u n h personal          may h a v e , in most cases you w i l l the business experience. General-
 ly another photograph to its                    in the business world, he had had               advancement and also, moic                       carry them out in a bu-.iness, for
 ranks. Herbert Hucbscher, Vice                  absolutely no business education.               p r a c t i c a l l y , to provide greater       a business, in a business,"
 President of Strategic P l a n n i n g          Believing such an education                     career opportunities.                             Huebscher slated.
 and Business Development at                     could s t i l l help him despite the                                                                  The D E L P H I A N asked Mr.
 H a / c l t i n e Corporation, was in-          fact he liad established his career,                                                              Huebscher for any adv ice he had
 ducted i n t o the Business Hall of                                                                  The Adelphi a l u m n u s also
                                                 Huebscher enrolled at Adeiphi.                                                                   to offer graduates just e m b a r k -
 Fame and the National Honor                     He was in Adelphi's MBA pro-                    strongly recommended business
                                                                                                                                                  ing on t h e business w o r l d .
 Society in Business A d m i n i s t r a -       gram from 1978 to 1981, and                     courses for all students regardless
                                                                                                                                                  Huebscher a d v i s e d graduates to
 t i o n , Delia Mu Delta, in laic               maintained a grade point average                of t h e i r majors. He recommend-
                                                                                                                                                  be persistent and tenacious w h e n
  1984. H i s p h o t o g r a p h a n d          of 4.0.                                         ed Basic Financial A c c o u n t i n g to
                                                                                                                                                  job h u n t i n g . He also stressed the
 photographs of other distinguish-                                                               those who want a general f u n -
                                                    Huebscher is an a v i d supportci                                                             importance of accepting a job
 ed alumni can be found displayed                                                                d a m e n t a l u n d e r s t a n d i n g til                                                    Alumnus Herbert Huebseher
                                                 and promoter of business educa-                                                                  i n a l w i l l provide t h e greatest /p-
 on the w a l l of the Business                                                                  business. "The w o r l d t h a t ' s out
                                                 tion and higher education in                                                                     p o i i u n i t y to experience aiH to 1 > . jobs iif i h i s .. iliber. . - < ' said,
 Building.                                                                                       there is a w o r l d of business. By
                                                 geneial. He feels t h a t education                                                              learn various aspects of business also h a v e the gie'Uest p o t e n t i a l
      Huebseher's induction into t h e                                                           t h a t I mean t h a t w h a t e v e r vour
                                                                                                                                                  as opposed to a job t h a t simply foi a d v a n c e m e n t .
 Business Hall of Fame was u n i -
 que because he was over f i f t y
 when tie received his MBA at
  Adelphi in 1981. At the tune.
                                                                   Former Social Security Head
 Huebschcr was also Vice Presi-
 dent at H a / e l t i n e , w h i c h lie has
 been \ \ i t h for almost t h i n y years.
                                                                       Speaks at Adelphi
                                                         BY B R I A N O'Sl'LLIVAN                     Criticized Reagan's Policies                m i l l i o n people, and a proposal             These tecotnendations led to
   SSW Hosts                                             Dr. Charles Schotlland,                      Schottland critici/ed the                   for a 25 percent cut in social               t h e Social Security Amendments
                                                    former N a t i o n a l Commissioner            policies of t h e c u r r e n t ad-            s e c u r i t y . The l a t t e r t w o pro- of 1983, w h i c h were passed b>
 Foreign Students                                   o f Social S e c u r i t y u n d e r           m i n i s t r a t i o n on social security.    posals, Schotlland said, were re-            both Houses of Congress and
                                                    Eisenhower, spoke at the 16th                  He said t h a t w h e n R o n a l d            jected by Congress because of                signed by t h e President.
    Last m o n t h , the School of                  Annual Social Development Lec-                 Reagan took office in J a n u a r y ,          pressure from the Women's                           "Financially Sound"
  Social W o r k ' s I n t e r n a t i o n a l      t u r e at the School of Social                1981, he began w i t h five goals              Movement.                                        "The program," in Schot-
 Committee held a luncheon for                      Work, on Tuesday morning,                     that disposed him against social                    Social security continued to be i l a n d ' s opinion, "is financially
                                                    April 1.                                      security.                                      threatened, Schottland believes, sound, under any reasonable
 students from different countries
 who are currently in ihe School's                      In i n t r o d u c i n g Schottland,          Reagan's goals, according to               by Reagan's determination never estimate, for at least seventy to
 program. The luncheon was well                     Dean of the School of Social                  Schottland, were: to balance the               to let social security borrow from seventy-five years."
 attended by students and facul-                    Work Joseph Vigilante describ-                budget, to cut taxes, to double                the General Treasury and never                   Schotlland nevertheless sees
 ty. Associate Director of the                     ed him as 4 4 one of the great                 military spending, to reduce                   to raise taxes. It was also drain- some remaining threats to the
 University Center for Interna-                    heroes of social security."                    domestic spending, and to curtail              ed, he added, by concurrent in- Social Security Administration.
 tional Studies, Joan Foster, also                     Schottland, in a speech entitl-            the functions of the federal                   flation and unemployment.                     High taxes, he believes, may
 attended.                                         ed "Social Security: Born in                  government under the New                            Schotlland believes that the create "a climate to agitate for
                                                   Controversy," outlined the                     Federalism platform.                           crisis was solved by the twenty- change.
                                                   history of social security and                    President Reagan's offensives               four recommendations of the bi-                  He fears that there will be a
                                                   presented a cautious but op-                  against social security, according              p a r t i s a n commission which push to impose a "needs test" on
                                                   timistic view of the system's pre-            to S c h o t t l a n d , include the            studied social security in 1983. what was "never intended to be
                                                   sent and future situations.                   cancellation of certain burial                  The commission advocated a six- a needs program, never intended
                                                       According to Schottland,                  benefits, the cancellation of cer-              month delay in Cost of Living to be geared for the poor."
                                                   "there is no other program which              tain surviving children's benefits,             Allowances and other cost cut-                  Also, Schottland is afraid that
                                                  has made such an impact on on                  a move to do away w i t h                       ting measures projected to save the Graham-Rudman Act will
                                                  the United States as Social                    minimum benefits for three                                                                          (Continued on Pan* 7)
 Par! of Ihe SSW Hispanic Caucus                      The concept of I4 social in-
                                                  surance,** Schottland pointed
      At the luncheon, two students,              out, came later to the United
 Indira Parmar, MSW student,                      States than to Europe. This, he
 and Arthur Dobrin, doctoral                      claimed, is because of the
 candidate, presented information                 American tradition of self-
 on the role of women in India                    reliance and providing for one's
 and Kenya. Ms. Parmar is a                       own welfare.
 social worker from India, here to                    During the Roosevelt Ad-
 receive her graduate degree, and                 ministration, Schottland told his
 Mr. Dobrin, leader of the Ethical               audience, the need for a perma-
H u m a n i s t Society of Long                  nent welfare maintenance system
I s l a n d , wa> a Peace Corps                  on the national level became ap-
volunteer in Kenya who has twice                 parent. After what Schottland
returned to t h a t country. Both                called "the most vicious debate
speakers traced the recent trends                I have ever heard in Congress,"
in the position of women in those                the Social Security Administra-
countries, providing insight into                tion was created by the Roosevelt
the c u l t u r a l , economic and
political factors affecting the role
of women.
                                                 Administration and declared
                                                 Constitutional by the Supreme
                                                    Schottland said that "the pro-
                                                  gram continued to grow and ex-
                                                  pand under every Republican and
                                                  Democratic Administrationuntil
                                                    During the Eisenhower Ad-                                                                                                                                 Photo by AVW/i
                                                 ministration and under his own
                                                 directorship, Schottland claims,
                                                 social security coverage expand-
                                                 ed to Include an additional 10
                                                 million people. The programs
Social Work student* with prof.                  that came to be known is
                                                 Medicare and Medlcaid were also
                                                 Initiated at that time, he added.

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        Housing Director, Residents Discuss Plans
    (Continued from Page 1)           others arranged a meeting with         Linen Hall residents would be                       distributed throughout campus      that every student should have
residents on March 29. Linen          Tom Puree, which took place on         given first consideration for their                 to accomodate them. Puree feels    his own bed. desk and drawer.
Hall residents, however, did not      Wednesday, April 2 ( in the Linen      dormitory, and the number of in-
receive the letter but rather heard   Hall lounge.                           coming students assigned to
of the changes from Earle                Puree explained that while the      Linen Hall will be diminished,                                                        Consult your Instruction letter
residents.                                                                                                                          Advance Registration
                                      plans to change the resident halls     said Puree. The number of male                                                        for your appointed time. Be
   Linen Hall resident Julie          had been underway for some             spaces will be increased as men
                                                                                                                                        FALL 1986
                                                                                                                                                                   sure your student account is
Pochettino and several other          time, they were first approved         had been tripled for the last four
students circulated petitions pro-                                                                                                       April 14, 15, 16          clear. Register now and avoid
                                      over spring break. The Resident        to five years.
testing these changes. Linen                                                                                                              April 21. 22             being closed out of classes.
                                      Students Association had been             The housing lottery will not be
residents feel that they were be-     informed of these changes earlier      affected by these changes;                                   April 28, 29
ing ousted from their dorms.          but did not communicate the            sophomores and juniors will have
Earle women were also upset           message to other residents.            an equal chance of returning to
with the change, explaining that         Puree added that he is trying       campus as before, said Puree.
there were many sentimental           to create "balanced" dor-                 Puree said t h a t incoming
reasons for not moving. Earle         mitories; he has 4 < no intention of   Freshmen will be tripled. Two
Hall's lounge has several interna-    making a building all freshmen,        h u n d r e d loft u n i t s w i l l be                    In News Next Week,
tional murals. Porchettino and        athletics, or international."

        Eaton                    Speaks                    on                Electronics                                                     Nobel Prize Winning
  BY STEPHEN MCOLELLO                    O'Neill began the presentation         '8 hl y sophisticated electronic
   On March 19, 1986, the Com-        with a brief film which explain-         equipment used in military air-                                 Chemist,        Dr.Hoffman
 puter and Math Club, C.A.M.,         ed in detail the business opera-              - r a d a r equipment, and
sponsored a presentation by           tions of Eaton Electronics.              space vehicles such as the space
 Robert O'Neill, Personnel Ad-        Although easily one of the big-          shuttle.                                                         of Cornell, Speaks at
ministrator for Eaton Elec-           gest defense contractors in the           O'Neill, a recent graduate of
ironies. The focus of the presen-      nation, Eaton remains relatively      Adelphi's undergraduate and
tation was "Business and Science       unknown among most of the             graduate business schools, stated                                          A delphi
Career Opportunities at Adelphi       general public.                        that although Eaton is primarily
University/' This was the second         Eaton, which is ranked in the       an engineering company run
of an ongoing series of lectures       top one hundred of the Fortune        mostly by people with engineer-
sponsored by C.A.M. in the for-        500, deals p r i m a r i l y in the    ing degrees, there is also a clear
mat of an "outreach program."          research and development of                    (Continued on Page 6J

   Campus Gapers                                                                                                     ASCENT is an Adelphi literary magazine. Students wishing 10 have their work
                                                                                                                   published should leave'copies in the English Dept.

                                                                                                                 *'. HILLEL is holdingJls annual Passover Model Seder on Wednesday April 16
                                                                                                                  at 5:30 P.M. in U.C. 215-216. Admission is free but reservations must be made
     OPEN FORUMS will be held by Dr. Diamaadopcmlos, Dt. f-fcegerand Dr.                                          by April 11. Call 294-8700 or cxt. 7623 for info.
   Lawn for students to discuss items of common interest. The dates are Wednes-
   day, April 9 and Wednesday, April 30. All forums are held in U.C. 203 at i;00                                      ADELPHI ALCOHOL COUNSELING CE1STKR is available to ihose wor-
   P.M. and all students are invited.       •••.*""'.                                                              ried about their own or others' drinking problems. Call AACCs answering
                                                                                                                           all 228-7419 or on campus at 55-7419. You need only leave your first
     THE HEAttHSTOOtES DEFT, i»                                                                                          And telephone number.
   on 'The Dtt*mn of AIDS:
                                                                                                                                  HI CJOFFEE HOUSE a cultural renaissance, will be held every
                                                                                                                                            Loui&e) at 7:00 P.M. Come and read poetry, play
                                                                                                                                                    * cdmte «keich. Sign up »t the U.C.' *
                                                                                                                                                  Audition Needed!
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                                             ing class that replaced him and is)    million this year, and Abrarm
    COMPILED BY LYNNE B                      dominated by the military is los- 1                                              Congress to approve legislation                uncovered problems "so grievous
           LUBASH                                                                   said some m i l i t a r y aid would be
                                             ing popularity, and small leftist                                                needed to expand the chairman's                t h a t the cure could well be its
                                                                                    forthcoming. More will depend
                                             groups are w o r r y i n g some                                                 role and to establish a new posi-              dissolution and replacement by a
                                                                                    on Congress.
                                            diplomats.                                                                       tion, t h a t of Under Secretary of            completely d i f f e r e n t body,"
                                               Washington's concern w-as evi-                                                Defense for Acquisition, who                   David G. Trager, the head of the
                                            dent last week. Elliot Abrams,                                                   would oversee the way t h e Pen-               State Commission of Investiga-
                                            Assistant Secretary of State for                                                 tagon designs and buys weapons.                tion, said last week. He announc-
                                            Inter-American Affairs made a                                                                                                  ed that his agency would hold
      U.S.               Haiti              two-day visit to H a i t i and after-                                                                                          hearings t h i s week and next on
                                            ward said that the U.S. would in-       Pentagon Reform                                                                        alleged conflicts of interest at the
                                           crease economic and m i l i t a r y                                                                                             taxi commission, w h i c h is the ci-
                               Haiti       assistance and help the struggling                                                                                              ty agency that oversees New
      Although the departure of            Caribbean nation to recover                               Washington. D.C.                                                      York's taxi industry.
   President Jean-Claude Duvalier          some of the riches the Haitians             The White House announced       Taxi Corruption
   from Haiti was cause for national       say the Duvalier Government              last week t h a t President Reagan
                                           stole.                                   had decided to give the Chairman                                                        Officials h a v e said t h a t a prin-
  rejoicing, it is becoming apparent
  that the country he left two                New       emergency          food     of the Joint Chiefs of Staff more                                                    cipal target of the state investiga-
                                                                                                                                          Manhattan                      tion is Jay I,. Turoff who resign-
  months ago is struggling. There          shipments of $10 million will            firepower. In his radio address    A yearlong investigation of the
  are economic problems, t h e r u l -     bring American aid to about $60          last week, the President urged Taxi and Limousine Commision                          ed last m o n t h as commission

    C.A.M. Hears
    About Careers
                                                          How to buy a
     (Continued from Page 5)
   need for people w i t h computer,
   m a t h , and business degrees.
     Eaton employs many com-                                                                                                                         You an use :hc Auk-n n
   puter and m a t h majors in high                                                                                                                   t<; hu\ conci'fl fiiki 1 ^ lor
  level programming positions in                                                                                                                                r airplane ; u k r f > ft" \ m i r \ j u
                                                                                                                                                               ilt' rxTlrcl w.(\ |o p.i\ fur al! ihi'
  both the development and in-                                                                                                                                      and                kr!
  tegration fields. Those responsi-                                                                                                                                   \on II waul ii;:n;^(
  ble for developing software pro-
 grams and maintenance of ex-
                                                                                                                                                                     How to get the Card
                                                                                                                                                                    before you graduate.
 isting systems arc presently in                                                                                                                  BeuiiH- we hehe\e u»i!i'He :> the firs I vgn
 great demand and can expect to                                                                                                                   of MX lew wevi 1 made :! I-JMIT fin \ u u lo
 receive very high starting salaries,                                                                                                            get the American Kxpre.s^ Card (IradiM'nitf
 according to O'Neill.                                                                                                                                 Vnb can get (he <'ard :e» >oon .LN !he\
                                                                                                                                                      accept a J|o.(H)u c'aa-er unuiied joh If
    The integration field as O'Neill                                                                                                                     \uu re not jjr.iduj;:i;x \el \ou i'jn
 described it offers a very                                                                                                                        applv for a special .Nponvired Card l.uok
 challenging and dynamic                                                                                                                                for itudent .(;ciiN on L jjnpu>
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large amount of traveling and                                                                                                                            The American Express Cardv
also offers good starting salaries                                                                                                                     Don't leave school without it
as a bonus.
    Recently, due to the major
 controversy over Pentagon
 overspending, the role of finan-
 cial manager has assumed greater
 importance. Mr. O'Neill pointed
 out that this position calls for a
 business oriented degree and
therefore has opened the door for
many business graduates who are
seeking employment.
   Eaton Electronics was recent-
ly awarded the biggest defense
contract in hisiory. O'Neill's
speech revealed that ii presents
interesting employment oppor-
tunities for computer, math, and
business majors.

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   (Continued from PUKC 3)                                                    an action by the federal govern-                                                  ministation has declared its non
force personnel reductions in the                                             ment cutting off 500,000 people                                                   acquiesence to those decisions
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Switch, Don't Fight                                                                                           Can Adelphi Fight Apathy?
                                                                                                           The students of Adelphi can do something about apathy.
      On March 29 dorm students recieved                                                                   At the begining of this year, apathy was perceived as a dark cloud over
   a letter from Tom Puree, Director of                                                                 Adelphi. Lack of interest drained the life out of every club and organization
   Housing, informing them of the changes                                                               on campus. The primary extra-curricular activity after classes was sleeping,
   the dorms will undergo in order to make                                                              and we were all too asleep to do anything about it.
   room for more male students. The                                                                        Are the students of Adelphi waking up? Are we realizing now that if we
  dorms that would undergo the most                                                                     want to do away with apathy, we can?
  radical changes are Earle and Linen                                                                      Some student leaders realize that we can defeat apathy. They need us all
  Halls. (See related story page 1.)                                                                    to get involved in the fight, in many different ways.
     Residents did not welcome this                                                                        For one, why not go the Coffee House? It is held every Tuesday night
  change. After all, they are being push-                                                               al 7:30. You can sec your peers, friends, and faculty members perform poetry,
  ed out of the rooms they have learned                                                                 sing, and play instruments. It would be encouraging for the performers if
  to call home. The one thing that is most                                                              their friends would go and support them.
  upsetting is that the residents were not-                                                                The members of the Dance Marathon Committee realize that we can rid
  informed of the proceedings that were taking place to make these changes.                             ourselves of apathy. For months, they have been planning a major event
  The task of informing students was left up to the Resident Student Associa-                           scheduled for this weekend, where everyone at Adelphi and in the surroun-
 tion, but they failed to do so.                                                                        ding area can come together to fight a deadly disease, Cystic Fibrosis. And
     To review the changes, Linen Hall will be the new International (12 month)                         they can have a good time doing it.
 dorm. It will be used by international students, athletes, and those students                             The members of the Conference Planning Committee for "Youth: Can
 requiring housing twelve months. So what will happen to the residents now                              We Make A Difference? A Forum on Soviet—American Relations/' also
 living in Linen Hall? They will be relocated to Eddy, Waldo, Chapman, or                               realize that they can make a difference. The Student Political Association
 Earle Halls. According to Puree the change is due to finances and security.                            and others have invested considerable lime and energy into an event, to be
 He said that Linen Hall will be more secure and economically beneficial.                               previewed in the DELPHIAN next week, which will feature several promi-
    Another major change in Earle will be the switching of the first and se-                            nent speakers and offer lively and energetic discussion of the issues of war
 cond floor sections. Simply put, the men's section will become the women's                             and peace. Issues that interest any Adelphi student interested in iheir future
section and visa versa. Along w i t h the switch of Linen to the International                          as individuals and in the future of the world.
dorm, this proposed change has created a stir among the residents. Petitions                               Do the students of Adelphi reali/e that we are not the helpless victims of
 from Earle and Linen Halls have been circulated, but at the same lime,                                 apathy? If we do, we will attend the Coffee House, Dance Marathon and
residents have been looking for new- rooms in which to live.                                            Youth Forum Ifi great numbers.
    There are many reasons for the changes. For one, by changing sides, Earle                              If we don't, we are not part of the solution to apathy. We are part of the
will become more accessible for disabled male students. Purcc noted that                                problem.
in order for a disabled male to get from the door to his room he must g<$
through five fire doors. This is true, and by switching sides, a disabled stu-                                                                                                       Brian O'Sullivan
dent would only have to go through one door. Another reason for the change                                                                                                                 \e\vs Editor
is to provide more male spaces. Although it seems there are more women
then men living on campu>. Purcc disagrees.
      There are many reasons duti residents are upset a b o u t ihc f u t u r e changes.
The most common complaint seems to be that they don't want to g i v e up
(heir rooms. Mo\\e\et, die only reason [lie DKLPHIAN can find for ihi\
chance not 10 w t h r o u g h is the cost. The school is already spending mone\
b u i l d i n g the f o u r t h floors on all of the dorms, but w o u l d n ' t H be more pro-
f i t a b l e to invest in new l u m i i u r e for the dorms rather than on redesigning
ihe bathrooms?                                                                                                  Vol.   XXXVI—No. 20                        W«dn»«doy,           Apr //    9,   1986
  Changes arc something that we, as college students, have to face every-
                                                                                                                                 DELPHIAN EDITORIAL BOARD
day. Housing is not telling us to accept the changes they implement without
confronting them, they arc simply trying to do their best at making living                                                                    ILENE MATISES
on campus a bit more bearable. Let us bear with them.                                                                                          Editor-ln-CMef
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              Julian Lennon: Yesterday and
                                           Lennon Facts and Trivia
     BY LYNNE B. LUBASH                                                                                                                                  2. Julian was the inspiration for
    He released his first album in                                                                                                                       what two Beatle songs?
 fall 1984 and it went platinum by
spring 1985. Within his first year                                                                                                                       3. On which album did Julian
as a chart act, he's had two top                                                                                                                         make his recording debut?
ten hits, a headlining tour and a
home video release.                                                                                                                                      4. Julian is currently dating
    His face has appeared on the                                                                                                                         another rock singer. Who is she?
cover of Rolling Stone and it
seems as though he's been a                                                                                                                              5. Julian's first album is named
presenter at every music awards                                                                                                                          Valotte. Why did he give it this
show around. He's even been                                                                                                                              name?
nominated for a few awards
himself.                                                                                                                                                 6. Who produced ValoUe and
   Isn't all this attention unusual                                                                                                                      which other artist is he best
for a new recording act? Ap-                                                                                                                             known for producing?
parently not,—if you happen to
be the son of John Lennon.                                                                                                                               7. One of the musicians in
                                                                                                                                                         Julian's Too Late For Goodbyes
                                                                                                                                                         video has worked with one of the
                                                                                                                                                         Beatles. Which musician and
                                                                                                                                                         which Beatle?
        week's star: Julian
          Lennon                                                                                                                                        8. In what city did Julian hold his
                                                                                                                                                        first concert performance?
   Julian Lennon has had great                                                                                                                          9. What two songs did Julian
success during the past year.                                                                                                                           perform on his concert tour that
And, if his young concert au-                                                                                                                           his father had recorded in the
diences are any indication, not all                                                                                                                     past?
of his fans are Beatle enthusiasts
attracted by the similarity bet-                                                                                                                         10. Julian Lennon and his half-
ween Julian's voice and his                                                                                                                             brother Sean Lennon were
father's.                                                                                                                                               presenters at the recent Rock and
   J u l i a n ' s new a l b u m , The                                                                                                                  Roll Hall of Fame ceremonies.
Secret Value of Daydreaming.                                                                                       April 8, 1963. What did John         What artist did they induct into
has just been released. The first        lour in May.                                                              Lennon say when he first saw his     the Hall of Fame?
single from the album is titled            See how much you know-
Stick Around. Julian is expected                                                                                   son?                                      {answers on Page 88}
                                         about Julian Lennon w i t h this
to begin his second nation-wide                                                1. Julian Lennon was born on

                                                Julian Shows Us The Secret Value
                                                                            of Daydreaming
  The Secret Vilue of Daydreaming                of leaving him and Into living with him.       sings / used to be a soldier boy/ till they    very interesting and unusual. He makes
           Julian Lennon                             Want Your Body is a song that people       shot me in the head/ They made me eat          use of reggae on a few tracks.
          Atlantic Records                        have been describing as a "beautiful love     their dirt/ of the living and the dead. The       My only complaint is that too much of
                                                 song." The first line says Wont your body,     speaker later says Why am I to blame,/         the subject matter is similar. 1 went back
   Julian Lennon musl have had lots of            want your mind/ live together, both un-       why am I put on trial?/ When it 'syou who      and listened to Valotte to see if Lennon
trouble with his love life. At least that's       wind. Lennon has said in interviews that      should be questioned/ for all the people       had sung about so many troubled relation-
the impreision that The Secret Valut of          he added the want your mind part to "be        you *ve defiled.                               ships on that album also. As it turns out,
Daydreaming gives.                               fair to the ladies." It didn't quite work.        My first impression was that this song      even though there was a little more varie-
   On Lennon'a second album, all but one         Throughout the album, I think It's pretty      was about someone who defected from the        ty, (he majority of songs on that album
of the ten songi deal with a man-woman           clear what Julian wants and that he's had      army. After repeated listenings, however,      also dealt with unhappy relationships. I
relationship. Thli Isn't too unusual on to-      problems while getting It.                     I decided that It could be about anyone       guess I didn't listen as closely to the first
day's albums, but the thing is that none            In Let Me Tell You, the speaker pro-        who stands up for beliefs which are con-      album. (After all, I didn't review that
of these relationships seem to be running        mises to tell us about some of the relation-   trary to popular opinion.                     one.)
very smoothly.                                   ships he's had. He never makes good on           Overall, Daydreaming Is rockier than Its       In spite of my criticisms, I still like The
   In songs such as You Or/ Wtot You             this promise. At the crucial moment, Len*      predecessor, Vatottt, due to the greater      Secret Value of DaytoMUaf, but I hope
 Went and 7*fc I* My Day, the speaker Is         non starts to deliberately slur his words.     use of guitars on the songs. Also, Billy      that Julian's current romance works out.
 trying to win the girl. More often, as In       Talk about leading on the listener...!         Joel contributes a great piano perfor-        That way, maybe he'll sing about a few
 Stick Around. Evtryday. Alway$ Think               The song with the most interesting lyrics   mance to You Get What You Want.               new topics on his third album. I look
 Twice, and Want Your Body, he's gotten          is the one non-relationship song on the           Unnon's vocals throughout the album        foward to hearing it.
 the girl and now he's uylng to talk her out     album. In Coward till the *«</?, Lennon        are excellent and many of his melodies are                     -LYNNE B, LUBASH
Pag* 48   SCENES/D^phton   Wodnitdoy, April 9, 1986

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                     BVHAMKLA SAVA                                                                                                                                                                                       Adelphi. The audience enjoyed the com-;
              On I-riduy April 5, the U';C> Ballroom                                                                                                                                                                     ody of Ralph Lo Voulo and the tulenis of
        . was t rnnsfonnod into ait elegant setting of                                                                                                                                                                   dancers Romy Kachougian, Christine.
 , i: • > tirjglu pastels as Circle K presented its fifth                                                                                                                                                                McOovern und Tracy Doucharcd as they.
     -                                   ttoi'ibort of                                                                                                                                                                   performed to the song Digital Display.;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         After intermission, Scott Colexanti. ahtf
                                    from-the fashion                                                                                                                                                                     Jack Flynn encouraged the audience to .
              g^ni^)o^                                pastels with black were common among                                                                                                                               participate as they performed songs by the:
".? rtiOTsarMuswM^Dy$t^pfty»                          the      styles,
                                    .• ^ - ; • ? > • ^thc new styl as was the mixing of dif-                                                                                                                             Stray Cats, Billy Joel and Dire Straijs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           All who attended the fashion $H0i*
:k>:>M^!^^:^ii§^'^^by€W'•'" • v''";:T'C-\-v:-vv^N*W' which provided a l^ss conser-
                                                                 sporty Jopk. There was a-vcr-                                                                                                                           agreed that the evening wa$ a fantastic
^ .^^|s:|^^Mt:fiwj^                                                                                                                                                                                                      success. "We worked with an excellent
                                                                the fhotfs wd tnthi-iskirt outfits
                                                     rthftimtde th?m suit                    or a
                                                                                                                                                    *•'.: - "^,' '.".
                                                                                                                                                    Casual, Chess

                                                                                                                      - "~*f(*iPT7'4*Tj**'•™W^P"**T"**»        «^w»wj ^*
                                                                       .** Again; the style of clothes was
                                                              very wsatHe, f feut this time solids were
                                                              dominant ove* prints. The dresses and
                                                              suits were designed to fit practically every
                                                              woman's taste, being neither too conser-
                                I   'l
                                                              vative nor too loud.
                                                                The fourth segment, "A Night of
                                                              Elegance*' featured party dress, gowns
                                                              and tuxedos provided by Betty Wales and
                                                                               s.1 T^jfrls in this segment
                                                                                     ^ colored tea-length                                                                                                                crew and modeling staff/ 1 commented the
       organiiation, dedicated to the memory of                                                     dance.
                                                                     or reception. Some dresses were                                                                                                                     show's coordinator, Jackie Murphy, "The
       was designed to feed the hUrtftry^n tong                     and Ught fttiittf in colors of black,                                                                                                                stores were very cooperative in offering us
       Isfandf                                                             and^pckingpiftk. The gowns                                                                                                                    the best spring fashions available, and
          The theme of the                                                  ry dresty^^^ liv^h, suitable                                                                                                                 although it was a lot of hard work, we all one enter^^'ii^p^ ^5 • . • .^ •*,*&.,... .^>. ^                                                                                                                                                         had fun putting it together."
                                                                                           "Precloiw                                                                                                                        The only thing that could possibly
                                               T-~^~*rxe~ •*   •? J" , , „ , " *   !.»'• -^T' 7¥>u A-VL . ff<f*AsUb                                                                                                      dampen the spirits of the Circle K
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         members was the attendance ol '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         /kftf expecting a crowd of 250
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ^w«re in attendance,'1'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       the show

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          t»H show or dMn't fed thai
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          U;" Jackie said dfeapfMrin
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          fornmate, beause they J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          fasMoo show CktteK hat.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          talnb' the best AdelpM Wu teen

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                                                                                  Dr. Desperate Answers Questions

Dear Dr. Desperate;                              University claims the drop/add fee is            six-speaker stereo cassette systems with               car had sport-wheel covers and he
   Let me tell you what really annoys            necessary to maintain Adelphi's ranking          Dolby noise reduction? Why, why,                       mumbled something about a woman
me. We are all being charged SI40 for            as "The University having the highest            why?
the University Center fee. What are we                                                                                                                   giving birth back in '53. When I in-
                                                 tuition of all private institutions on                               —Has No Hubcaps
paying so much to do in the U.C.? They                                                                                                                   quired about the cruise control he
                                                 Long Island/* Isn't it worth paying
already charge a dollar just to walk                                                                                                                     said,"In case I have to lake a woman
                                                 twenty-four dollars each semester to              Dear Hub:
through the door on Thursday night.                                                                                                                      lo the hospital to give birth and I have
                                                 drop/add three classes to keep this title?            My job is to tell you why, why,
                         —Ripped Off                                                                                                                     to help her, the car can drive itself'/'
                                                 Don't you have any pride in this Univer-          why...BECAUSE they wanted them.                       When I told him this was absurd he
                                                sity's r e p u t a t i o n in this country?        They already have guns (no bullets, but               wrote me out a ten dollar ticket.
                                                Adelphi wants to go BIG TIME! Not                  don't let them know t h a t ) and walkie-
 Dear Ripped:                                                                                                                                                                    —Dr.Desperate
                                                only do we want to be the most expen-              talkies. And the security department
    I can't for the life of me understand       sive institution in the highest taxed              ALWAYS gets what it wants.
 why you are complaining about a mere           suburban area, but Adelphi also aspires                Seriously though, you arc not the first
 $140 to cover the expenses the U.C. in-                                                                                                                 Dear Dr. Desperate:
                                                someday (with your help) to have the              to complain about the purchase of
 curs every semester. I spoke w i t h them                                                                                                                  Why is it t h a t the i n f i r m a r y says t h a t
                                                most unattainable tuition in the free (or         brand-new sport sedans for the security
 about your outlandish inquiry and (hey                                                                                                                  they are open 24 hours a day but when
                                                not-so-free) world!                               department. Of all the letters I have
 informed me of the following facts:                                                                                                                     a student gets sick in ihc middle of t h e
                                                   A c c o r d i n g to a r u m o r t h a t I     received about many different topics,
   The U.C'. fee is dcicrmincd by a                                                                                                                      night there's no one there?
                                                overheard, someone said that he heard             the flagrant purchase of those sleek
separate o r g a n i / a t i o n w h i c h each                                                                                                                                    —Sick Al 3 A.M.
                                                from his brother's cousin that graduated          silver autos by the University is by far
 semester spends m a n y long, hard             from Adelphi in 1980 that Adelphi will            the most recurrent query.
 minutes e s t i m a t i n g how much the                                                                                                               Dear Morning Sickness:
                                               be raising the drop-dead and add fee to                I made some serious inquiries into this
Center should try to mooch out of                                                                                                                           Why is it that no one ever gets sick
                                               a mere $45.99 next semester. This is due           problem; I peered into the windshields
students. The people in this corporation,                                                                                                              d u r i n g normal office hours anymore?
                                               to decreasing parking ticket revenues             to check out the interiors but I couldn't              Physicians have families and con-
60 including their chaffeurs, cooks, pilot     (less people can afford to come here and          see too well through the tinted windows.
and a guy named Jim who caddys for                                                                                                                      ferences and gala events to attend after
                                               thus more parking spaces are available),          Did you know that those cars have
them on Wednesdays, all draw salaries                                                                                                                  office hours. Do you t h i n k doctors
                                               and the extra funds required to cover the         climate control and plush velvet seats?
from the U.C. fee.                                                                                                                                     spend ten years and eighty thousand
                                               payments on those new security cars.                  According to the security department,
   This organization has a very large                                                                                                                  dollars to go to school just to open a
                                                  So, there really is a rational explana-        luxurious cars with elaborate air condi-
Research and Development program.                                                                                                                      7-11 franchise?
                                              tion for the drop-dead and add fee. In             tioning and sound systems were needed
Sixty percent of all U.C. fee revenues                                                                                                                      The University has instated a new rule
                                              fact, there is a rational explanation for          because, "Once, back in 1953, a woman
after salaries, bonuses, paid vacations,                                                                                                               which states that students may only get
                                              just about a n y t h i n g that happens here.      gave birth between Blodgeu Mall and
and open-ended expense accounts-                                                                                                                       sick d u r i n g business hours. Lackmann
                                               They told me so.                                  Earle Hall. We need to provide women
fund special research projects. $100                                                                                                                   Food Service has been forced to close
                                                                             —Dr. Desperate      in labor with comfortable cars just in                down at 5 P.M. each day to avoid viola-
billion \vas spent on just researching the                                                       case this happens again. 1 1
most e f f e c t i v e method of patching all                                                                                                          tion of the new law. Any student con-
                                                                                                     I approached one of the security men              t r a c t i n g any illness a f t e r business
the holes m the cement in front of the Dear Dr. Desperate:
                                                                                                who was having a glass of freshly-                     hours,"will have to wait until morning
U.C. I t w a s w e l l w o r t h t h e            Did you notice thai one of the new            squec/cd orange juice f r o m the deluxe               to get help," according to U n i v e r s i t y
expenditure—you can't even tell that security cars has sport chrome-alloy
                                                                                                juice-squee/er/crushed-ice maker in the                spokespeoplc. There will be no office
they patched it up. can you?                    wheels? Isn't it enough that they all have      glove compartment. I asked him whv his                 hours on Wednesdays because of an ex-
   The latest project was to lure an in-
terior decorator to choose carpeting that                                                                                                              isting conflict w i i h the Garden City Ciolf
would match the walls on the second
floor. I t ' s hard 10 i m a g i n e t h a t
                                                  For those of you who                                  My advice lo you is to stay healthy

somewhere (here is a wall that matches         have read this column sciences and yet "these! and take some vitamin C.
thai carpeting. In any case, a lovely pat-
tern was chosen and it only cost us a few
                                                                                                     For       Health Letter
                                               before, I apologize for people want me to read; ColdmySores send a entitled Campus
mil.                                           this re-introduction. For and reply to your pro-! stamped envelope and $200.00 to cover
                         —Dr. Desperate        those of you who have blems anyway—what a] the downpayment on my Porsche,and
                                                                                                     Dr. Desperate, c/o DELPHIAN,

 Dear Dr. Desperate:
                                               never read my column let great country this is!       leave it in their mailbox.
                                                                                                                             —Or. Desperate
    This year I transferred from Stony         me introduce myself.        Our intentions are not!
 Brook and we never had (o pay for
 drop/adds within the first week of               I am Dr. U.K. to offend but to
 classes. When I came to Adetphi, I was        Desperate and the enlighten. We hope that!
 shocked that they charged four dollars
 to drop and ANOTHER four dollars to           DELPHIAN has hired you will address your
 add. It seems as if Adelphi tries to make     me to respond to the pro- problems and complaints]
 money any money-grubbing way they
 can!                                          blems and complaints of to the DELPHIAN-
             -Stuck With My Schedule           its readers. I hold no mailbox in U.C. 109.
                                               degrees in any of the (Since I still don't havej                                                                                        -V.'

                                                                         one of my own!)           P>-.S .••-..?:                             ttfr-'to'.'fjf''   ••*""-   •_,('

 Dear Stuck:
   My staff and I cannot understand                                             —Dr. Desperat
 why you are so iraie over this issue. The
        Pag* 8B           SCENES/De/phfon                       Wednesday, April 9. 1986

               The Stones Return With Dirty Work                                                                                                                                                                Julian Lennon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   (Continued from Page 3B)
           BY PAULA MOLARO                                Normally, after an absence of                     cing In The Streets ; Jagger,
       "It was like going back to an old               over two years, the anticipation                     Keith Richards and Ron Wood
                                                                                                                                                           but the shots of them actually
                                                                                                                                                           performing the song make 'is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Sriufa Aneiuera
      shoe..." That was how Mick Jag-                  of a new Stones record would be                      all performed at Live Aid and
                                                       almost too much to bear, but                                                                        realize just what we*vc been miss-
      ger described g e t t i n g back                                                                      Richards and Wood partic:patcd                 ing all this time. Check it out...
      together with The Rolling Stones                during the past year we've been                       in the Sun City project. So, you                                                                    1. John said. "Who's uoiny 10 K-
      to record their latest album, Dir-              hearing from them in bits and                         ask, why all the fuss over a new-                Winning Ugly which has also                        a famous Imie rocker l i k e h i *
      ty Work. It marks the first studio              pieces .to help tide us over. We                      Stones album? Why not?                                                                              faihcr then?" He u a s n ' i far of!
                                      «•   A                                                                                                              been the subject of steady rock
     *ork from the bad boys of rock                   had Mick Jagger's first solo                               It is beyond extraordinary that          radio airplay was written by The                      was he?
     and roll since Undercover was                    album, She's The Boss as well as                     the Stones, despite major person-              Glimmer Twins and rightfully so.
     released in 1984.                                his duet with David Bowie, Dan-                      nel changes, various marriages,                In the song, the singer says:/                        2. a) l.ucy In i/ie .SA.i If //A
                                                                                                           numerous arrests, diverse solo                 wanna be on top/Forever on the                        Diamonds* w h i c h was i n s p i r e
                                                                                                           work and musical growth, have                  up and damn the competition...                        b> J u l i a n ' s k i n d e r g a r t e n w a i c r
                                                                                                                                                                                                               color p a l m i n g . J u l i a n had told
      Ron Howard Grows Up                                                                                  still remained together as a band.
                                                                                                           Dirty Work m a r k s a n o t h e r
                                                                                                           milestone in the band's illustrious
                                                                                                                                                          but back in the dressing room the
                                                                                                                                                         other side is weeping/and we're
                                                                                                                                                          winning, winning ugly. How fit-
                                                                                                                                                                                                               his f a t h e r t h a t ii was a picture o;
                                                                                                                                                                                                               "l.ucy in ihe s k v . "
       and Goes Gung Ho!                                                                                  career that has spanned over two
                                                                                                          decades and spawned 34 albums.
                                                                                                                                                         ling. The Rolling Stones have
                                                                                                                                                         outlasted the rest of their 1960's
                                                                                                                                                                                                               '•» Hey Jude. w h i c h P.m
                                                                                                                                                                                                               McCartney u r o i e for J u l i a n a 1
                                                                                                               Dirty Work also marks several             contemporaries to remain in the                       ihe t i m e John w a s di\oivini* hi*
                                                                                                          "firsts" for the band as well. For             spotlight over the years, but                         - n o i h e r . C y m h i a . T h e sonr
       BY DONNA UNANGST                               Cunningham—                    both        all
                                                                                                          the first time, The Glimmer                    they've sang their share of the                        i n u m a l l y had ihe Krics "Hex i
      The t i t l e of Ron Howard's                   American Boys. Well, the boy                                                                                                                               utes                                                i
   iatest film, Gung Ho!, might lead                                                                      Twins (Jagger and Richards) had                bad news blues and Winning Ug-                                                                                           i
                                                      who was Opic and t h e teenager                                                                                                                                                                                             i
   you 10 t h i n k t h a i it is a k a r a t e       who was Richie have grown i n t o                  some production assistance on an                ly is an eerie t r i b u t e to those t r y -                                                                            t
                                                                                                         a l b u m in the form of Steve                  ing times.                                                 V .iL'e doc:;. J c l i i - n pi.ixet.
   flick or maybe a Police Academy
   type of B-movie—but do not be
                                                     a fine director who some people
                                                     in ihe i n d u s t i y are calling the
                                                                                                         L i l l > white, who has worked v\jih
                                                                                                         U2 and Big C o u n t r y j n ( ( l c paM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   i!llx Oil l o h l l ' s I C I U i l l l i H ; > ' ! Hit

                                                                                                                                                                                                                      I co Dorscv hi!                   ) (/ ) a 01
   Tooled, (iunjj Ho is n e i t h e r ; i: ;^         ncxi I r a n k Capra. l - r a n k Capra?                                                              The first t r a c k . One //if (To                                                                               \f
   a w a r m and verv f t i n n v co:ned\                                                                His i n p u t was obviously v a l u a b l e     The Body) has Ron Wood shar-                                                                                          t
                                                      I Inn's t j u i t e a c o m p l i m e n t ,
                                                                                                         as l)irl\ Work is ;hc host nc\v
      Gang Ho stars Michael Keaion
                                                     l - r a n k ( a p i a \vas k n o w n in
                                                     Hollvwood lot his \ \ a r m poi-
                                                                                                         music f r o m the hand since Kmo-
                                                                                                                                                         ing the w r i t i n g credits, li is a fasi-
                                                                                                                                                         paced rocker in the t r a d i t i o n of
                                                                                                                                                                                                            I I ioi..: 1 U : l u l l n.:i:v I N 1 ; , . n ,                   I

                                                                                                         lional Rescue was released in                                                                     I !. 1:1.11:. i n She i V \ Y I H ! \ . r ^ v . r c v t
   as H u n t , a h o m e g r o w n hero out         t r a \ a ! s ol ihe "average Joe"                  1980.                                                                                              M» i he M i a m i \ HI- c|VM\: t | . . , M .
   10 .-save the IO\MI he loves. You                 m a k i n g good in such classic films                                                              /•'wand gets you in t h e mood lo                  M "I l i l k ' \|]SN D.iiU'c'Oi.s" ,i;;v-
                                                                                                             '[he l u s t release, Harlem Shuf-          listen to some real live rock and
   see, ihe local car m a n u t a c i t i : my      as It's A Wonderful Lire and                                                                                                                         t Vi lo: nied .is ,i v O i K v i : o;v;u*

                                                                                                       fle was no; originally recorded by                roll t h a t follows j i .
   plant has closed down — l a k i n t i            Meel John Doe. He is often                                                                                                                           ^
                                                                                                        The Stones, bui t h e i r cover ver-
   the jobs and the livelihood ol                   praised and siudied for his con-                                                                                                                           ii!';iir. Itoond
                                                    t e n t and style. Ron Howard has                   sion is j u s t i f i e d . Jaggei's vocals           l i ' s d e f i n i t e l y been vumh me                                                                       *
   many of the locals w i t h it. Subse-                                                                                                                                                                XYM released
                                                                                                       d i d n ' t lose a n y t h i n g i n t h e        prolonged h i a t u s The Stones
  q u e n t l y , more and more local               t u r n e d out f i l m a f t e r fine f i l m ,
  businesses close and Hun! is                      keeping the Capra h u m o r and                    t r a n s l a t i o n and i t ' s great to hear   took between alburns. I)irl> i N
                                                                                                       h i m back w h e r e he so obviously              Work gave them an appropriate                        \ a l o i i e u a s t h e n a m e oi Mil
  determined to do somcihing. So                    humanness in film alive.                                                                                                                           l - r c n c h c h a i c a u \ \ h e i e he madi                        i
                                                                                                       belongs. The video for Harlem                     platform 10 say again w h a t                                                                                       i
  it is off to Japan where he con-                       Remember Nighl Shift? (also                                                                                                                                                                                         i
  vinces (in one of the movie's f u n -             w i t h a fledgling Michael Keaion).
                                                                                                       Shuffle w as done a la Felix The                  t h e y ' v e been saying for over • he demos t h a i Luuk\: i i n n ,                                              i
                                                                                                       Car style. The animation concept                  t w e n t y years: It's only rock and
  niest scenes) auto magnates from
  "Assan" motors to come in and
                                                   Splash?. Cocoon? All f u n n y , all
                                                   t o u c h i n g — a l l Ron Howard. Add
                                                                                                       was something new far the band                    roll, bill we like it.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             '•> I M n : R . i n u i n c \\ ho ;•*; iu;i.^\
  re-open his h o m e t o w n p l a n i .          to t h a i list (;un« Ho! another                                                                                                                          Hi!!\ .loci's llu- \ \ l o n Curiuin
     So H u n t saves the day and ihe              v e r y engaging f i l m , a n o t h e r
  town —no problem, riglu?
  Wrong! All goes well u n t i l the
  Japanese work ethic of "hard
                                                   showcase for Ron Howard's all-
                                                   American talent. Oscar should
                                                   indeed be v i s i t i n g ihis man soon.
                                                                                                          "I wanted the best                                                                                    D i u m n i e : Sic\c Holley \\!u
                                                                                                                                                                                                             •K\.nuc iiic tjjuinnic: lo: l\u;
 work and perfection" meets the
 American work ethic of "speed
                                                        W i t h a director l i k e Ron
                                                   Howard, how could an actor not
                                                                                                          Paralegal program,                                                                                 \ K ( , l i i J ) C > 'x \1\ O U p . \\ M l L ' s . I I

 and individuality"— and Hunt is
 smack in the middle, MOI k n o w -
 ing where to t u r n . So how Joes
                                                   do a sparkling job? Well, once
                                                  again Michael Keaion has the
                                                  answer to that question. He is a
                                                                                                           I chose Adelphi"
 it end? I'm not telling.                         gem as H u n t . He succeeds both                                                                                                                          .UK! Stand H\ \h*. ;i Ken I: K u i j
     One thing is for sure though —               w i i h i he punch lines and (he emo-                                     Oldest and largest ABA-approved
                                                                                                                                                                                                             u>Mi: lecoidccl h\ John on hi
 this movie works. It is in a sense,              tional scenes. Keaion 1 * rapport                                         program in NY State                                                              Kock 'n' Roll . i l h u i n
 a study of what it means to be an                w i t h his fellow actors is indeed                                       Effective employment assistance -
 American, but in no way docs it                  crucial because t h i s film is about                                     over 1,100 employers have hired                                                  10 ! he laic l : l \ i s Prcslcv. l u l i a i
 glorify us as onmiscicnt or                      these people and iheir relation-
                                                  ships, and he does not disap-
                                                                                                                            Adelphi graduates                                                                 Ctid j piece in \ \ h i e h John I en
 perfect. We are hardworking,                                                                                                                                                                                •'ion had \ \ i n i e n i h u i he IKK
dedicated and caring, hut we can                  point. He is very talented and this                                       Choice of lime and location—Day                                                  ^ a n i e t l 10 be l : ! \ i s
also be materialistic and even ar-               pan is a perfect vehicle for ihat                                      . and evening classes in Garden City,
rogant. These are some heady ac-                 latent. Look out for Michael                               Louise Wood     Huntingion and Manhattan
complishments for a comedy, >ei                  Keaion, soon 10 be a household
this movie succeeds at being                     name.                                                     • Diversifiedcurriculum—specialize in Litiga-
meaningful without being heavy-                       Also, look out for a showing                           tion; Corporations; Estates, Trusts and Wills;
handed and dragging down the                     of Gung Hoi It lifts your spirits,                          Real Estate; Employee Benefits or General Practice
                                                                                                                                                                                                         0 - - 3 Ki^hl: ^ on ne\ci liked tlv
humor. I feel the sensitivity of                 it makes you cry, it makes you                            • NY STATE GUARANTEED STUDENT                                                                 HoailcN. you don't like J u l i a n
(his film is due largely to direc-               laugh and most important of all                             LOANS                                                                                       .ind il \ o u read one more aitiek-
tor Ron Howard.                                  it makes you t h i n k .
  Yes, Ron Howard. He was                             Please Ron Howard, make
                                                                                                           • Summer day classes begin June 9 and June 23                                                 e x p l o r i n g J u l i a n ' s ielaiion\hip
                                                                                                                                                                                                         w i i h John I eiinoii. \ o u ' l l u
once Opie and then Richie                        another movie soon!

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                                                                                                                      Wednesday, Apr// 9, 1986            The Delphian   Page 9

        President Explains Inaugural Plans
                                              tee has planned for a suitable ceremony,    the campus would have to be ciosed of-        cies, community leadership, eic.
To The Editor:                                                                            ficially for the day. At the request of the
   As your were informed by the Provost       and for a broad spectrum of ancillary                                                         I thank the DELPHIAN for bringing
                                              cultural events before and after the       student members of the Committee,              this message to yopu. I trust the ex-
 in a U n i v e r s i t y Memorandum in
                                              ceremony, so that all on and off-campus    Swirbul Library would remain open,             pected press coverage—including an
 February, the Board of Trustees                                                          however.
                                              constituencies may have opportunities                                                      A p r i l Special Supplement in
graciously decided to honor the Univer-
                                              for i n v o l v e m e n t on the overall       —Nothing would have pleased me              Newsday—will help you all to feel that
sity and its new President with a formal
                                              celebration.                               more than to have been able to keep the        you are sharing in the overall program.
inauguration ceremony, to be held on                                                     whole campus open for all activities,
                                                 —Owing to the ceremony beong on-                                                        I sincerely hope that you understand
April 18, 1986.                                                                          and to invite all faculty, students, staff,
   There are several aspects to that          campus, several inherent problems had                                                     that the real purpose behind all of these
                                              to bc faced by the Committee. First, of    and administrators.                            activities is to bring to the attention of
ceremony that I wish you to know about
                                              course, was the problem of having to           —Given the limitations we faced,           the public that your University is both
and to understand:
                                              limit the number of people who could       however, the Committee opted for the           celebrating ninety years of academic ac-
   —The Board decided t h a t t h e
                                              be invited to the ceremony. Thought was    next best thing: Invitations were issed to     complishment, and initiating a new-
ceremony would take place on campus,
                                              given to staging the ceremony in the       representatives of every campus                chapter in our distinguished history: "A
and that it would be held within in the
                                              Ruth S. Harley University Center, where    constituency.                                  new era of distinctive liberal learning—
context of Adelphi's Ninetieth Anniver-
                                              approximately 600 people could be              — I f you, personally, could not be in-    for the enlightened life; for the produc-
sary. The ceremony would, therefore, be                                                  vited, I ask your understanding. I
                                              seated confortably. Then, it was                                                          tive life; with a sense of moral purpose;
a celebration of the University as a                                                     believe you should be proud that, in ad-
                                              recognized that if Woodruff Hall were                                                     now, and for the T w e n t y - f i r s t
whole.                                                                                   dition to the representation from cam-         Century."
   —An Inaugural Commute was form-            to be used, an additional 200 hundred
                                              people could be accomodated. The deci-     pus constituencies, delegates from more           The ceremony that will take place on
ed, comprised of representation from
                                              sion was made, therefore, to hold the      than 120 universities, colleges, and           April 18 is symbolic. Wherever you may
every campus constituency. Each aspect
                                              ceremony in Woodruff Hall, and to host     learned societies from throughout the          be on that day, the ceremony will, in
of the program t h a t had evolved
                                              the reception following the ceremony in    country will join in the academic pro-         every sense, be a celebration of you—
represents an action taken by that
                                              the University Center.                     cession. Also in attendance will be            for, you are the University.
                                                 — In order to handle the some 850       representatives from the Adelphi Alum-                           Peter Diamandopoulos
   — W i t h i n the parameters established                                              ni, Faculty Emeriti, governmental agen-
                                              guests, the Committee recognized that                                                                                   President
by the Board of Trustees, the Commit-

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             Congratulations to the
      New Editorial Board of the DELPHIAN
     Editor-in-Chief: Ilene Matises                                                                 Sports Editor: Jeff Uschok

     Managing Editor: Susan L. Leong                                                               Asst. Sports Editor: Regina Schaeffer

     News Editor: Brian O'Sullivan                                                                 Photography Editor: Kevin Kane

     Advertising/Business Manager: Janet Levine                                                     Photography Editor: Phil Armato
Poge 10   The Delphian     Wednesday, April 9, 1986

                                     The African People's Organization
                                                      ADELPHI UNIVERSITY
                                                            Presents A
                     CULTURAL EXTRAVAGANZA


                                                                     WE FALL
                                                              A musical epic of
                                                            courageous Americans

                                               NAT A                             ERLY
                Jay Hargrove                                                                                   Naomi Moody
                         "Cotton Club"
                                                                                                                 "Porgy and Bess"
                                                                                                               "Sophisticated Ladies"

                                    THE AMERICAN DANCE QUARTET
                                      THE CPI GOSPEL EXPERIENCE
                                                      Dr. Alfred Miller • Conductor

                         EXPERIENCE HISTORY IN ACTION
                    Doors Open                                                                                       Show Starts
                                                       Directed by W. Bill Herron
                                 DIT1                                                                           3:OO pm
                Produced by The Creative Performing Institute
                           Hempstead, New York                                                          INFORMATION CALL
                    A Cultural Not-For-Proflt-Organlzatlon
                                                                                                          294-87OO X7212

                                                         — Intermission —

                                          TALE                                    HOW
                                                         Adelphl Students
                                                                oo pm
                   THURSDAY APRIL lOth,19S6
                        U.C. BALLROOM
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                                                                                                               Wednesdoy, April 9, 1986     The Delphian       Poge I ?

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                                                                                                                                              (619) 4M4466/864J

                                                 ATTENTION BSN
                                                 CLASS OF 1986
                         Why wait to start your nursing career^ The Air Force has a special program for 1986
                         BSN's. If selected, you can enter Air Force active duty soon after graduation.
                         without waiting for the results of your State Boards.
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   Pog* 12      fht> Dilphlan     \V»dnesctoy, Apr// 9, 1986

 Intramural Softball                                                     Adventures
            Off To Best

                 Start Ever

     The 1986 season has had the greatest turnout ever with
  21 teams registered to play either in the American League
  (Mon/Wed) or The National League (Tues/Thur). The first
  week consisted of practice games and then 6 official games
  were completed.
    In The American League ZBE overcame Riff Raff 11-3,
 while PiLam won 1-0 over The Batmen in a forfeit. In The
 National League, Webb beat The Lab Rats 11-4. The game
 was close until the 6th inning when Webb broke loose and
 scored 5 runs. Albatross beat The U.C. Rat Attack by a score
 of 16-8 and The TKE Kappa Decapitators defeated the all
 girls team Delta Gamma Slammers 6-3.
    Last year Webb came in second place in their league and
 Eddy and the Cruisers came in first in their league. This year
 many of the same teams have returned and many new teams
 have also entered. This year we expect tough competition
 so come out to the fields and cheer your team on.
    All captains are encouraged lo check the intramural board
 periodically for information on future games and an-
 nouncements. It is now located near the Intramural Office.

              AMF.KK A N LKACil I
              Team Cirad
              Izddv Hall Slammcrs
     Masicr Halloa
             Psycho KiliciN
             Kill Rail
             Mr. Snips
             Delia Sijima Pi

             NATIONAL I.KACiUK
             Kappa Theia Dccapitators
             Delta Gamma Slammcrs
             TEP Trim Hunters
             TKE Shades
             U.C. Rat Attack
             Bomb Squad

               SCKCKR I N T R A M I R A L S
                                                                                    Theatre near
   Soccer Intramurals arc being held every Friday. Players
interested and/or teams looking lor competition should
check in with Dutch Hess at the Intramural Office.
                                                                     THERE ARE nip SIDES TO _
                     Rl N FOR FUN
   Aboul 20 runners have now achieved (he 50 mile mark
and now belong 10 the 50 MILL! CLUB. If you have reach-
                                                                  BECOMING A HUM IN THE ARMY,
ed the 50 mile mark you may come to the Intramural Of-                                        And they're both repre-
fice to pick up a RUN I OR I -"UN T-shirt. Please continue
to phone in results or come by so we can record your
                                                                                      sented by the insignia you wear
mileage.                                                                              as a member of the Army Nurse
                                                                                      Corps. The caduceus on the left
                                                                                      means you're part of a health care
                                                                                      system in which educational and
                      Next W««k:                                                     career advancement are the rule,
                                                                                      not the exception. The gold bar
                                                                   on the right means you command respect as an Army officer. If you re
                   T«nnlt Outlook                                  earning a BSN, write: Army Nurse Opportunities, P.O. Box 7713,
                                                                   Clifton, NJ 07015.
                                                                  ARMY MURSI CORPS. WALLYOU CAN Bl
                                                                                                                                   Wednesday. April 9, 1986         The Dg/ph/on       Page IJ


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        *                                   A forum on Soviet-American relations                                                                                                            *

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                                                                  8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p

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                  The entire faculty has been informed of this event. Should
                  you wish to attend during class, speak to your professor.
Poge 14      The Delphian       Wednesday. April 9, 1986

           Softball Team Looking Strong
    BY RKGINA SCHAEFKR                mentally       and physically.      tremendous rcsposibility of cat-       arc very tough, talented, and ver-          (he team docs not         fall
    For the past four years,          However, freshman Connie            ching for some of the fastest pit-     satile freshmen, who fit in w i t h   apart."
Adelphi's Women's Softball           Cordts provided for an excep-        chers in the country, in a profes-     the Adelphi image," .says Raub.
team has been noted for its great    tional fill-in.                      sional manner. Coyne's strength                                                 The softball season consists of
success in the Northeast Region.        Cordts, whose homcbasc is         and ability provided her with an         Adclphi's softball learn lost       a total of 56 games, beginning in
Last year, the Panthers finished     Wilton, Connecticut, shows           exceptional batting record, and       seven of their starting players last   mid-March, and ending in May.
fifth in the nation, and hope to     much poise and potential on the      placed her fourth in the present      year as a result of graduation.        The team holds a positive
continue this tradition by the end   mound. Her strong abilities          lineup.                               Despite this, the team shows           outlook, and fully expects to play
of the 1986 season.                  enabled her to come through for         Coach Raub seems en-               great potential as a whole. Coach      at the Nationals in Nebraska.
    The team recently returned       Peterson.                            thusiastic about having a relative-   Raub comments,"With every
 from Fullcrton, California and         Peterson's injury also opened     ly young team. The newcomers          loss, the team becomes stronger,          Adelphi's next home game, a
Houston, Texas, where they par-      up a slot for the catcher's posi-    to Adciphi Softball include; Lori     both mentally and physically.          double-header, will be April 17th
ticipated in two of the top col-     tion. This was filled by freshman,   Mongillo, Connie Cordts, Dee          Considering Adelphi is tradi-          at 2 and 4 p.m. They will host
legiate tournaments in the coun-     Dec Dee Coyne, also from Con-        Dee Coyne, and Stephanie Shear.       tionally a winning team, it is en-     Rutgers University at the Garden
try. Adelphi is the only team in     necticut. Having never caught        To Coach Raub, these women            couraging to me, as a coach, to        City Pool. Come out and support
its region to be invited ro these    before, Coyne handled this           display a veteran's poise. "These     know that it minor setbacks oc-        your team!
prestigious events.
    The team proved successful in
several ways. Both tournaments
provided great experience for all
the players. Coach Kathryn Raub
feels this was especially true for
the freshmen, who were exposed

to such high caliber softbnll.
    Adciphi returned from their
trip with a record ol" 4 wins and
9 losses, but Coach Raub feels
the team should haxc finished
above 500. Adclphi's defense
seemed a bit tentative.and max
ha\e accounted for the leainN
losses. Mow-ever. the team's bat-
ling ability proved worth). The
Panthers outhit Fullcrton, the
top team in the country, by 4-2.
All of the teams participating in
the tournament had been playing
games since February. Both tour-
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           Equestrian Team Looks Good In First Show
       BV HELLEN JUNG                       throughout the intercession, and             her first show in this region(XI).                     Trot, and John O'Brien received         Seat II Hellen Jung won first and
    On Sunday, March 16,                    rode well at the meet. Each com-               Gina Simonetti, riding in top                        a third.                                John O'Brien took fourth in
 Adelphi's riders competed in the           peting Adclphi rider placed and              form, won a first place ribbon in                          Adelphi's Alumni riders rode        Beginner Stock Seal. The team
 first show of the semester spon-           brought back an admirable                    Novice Over Fences and Valerie                         strongly throughout the show.           on the whole placed third among
 sored by Molloy College at Mid-            number of ribbons. Showing for               Davis won a sixth. In Novice                           Denise Marten took a fifth in           nine competing colleges.
 Island Arena in Middle Island.             the first time was John O'Brien.             Walk-Troi-Canter, Simonetti                            Advanced A l u m n i Over-Fences
    The team has been training              Also, Laurccn Terry competed in              won another first, Laureen Terry                      and also clinched a second in Ad-           In the second show, Laura
                                                                                         won second, and Valerie Davis                         vanced A l u m n i W a l k - T r o t -   Pearlman, having advanced to
                                                                                         took fourth. Terry also advanc-                       Canter. Sharon Rothcnberg took           Advanced Stock Seal, won a
                                                                                         ed to Intermediate Walk-Trot-                         fifth.                                   third. Gina Simonctti was vic-
        Saturday, April 12, Panthers Host Hofstra's                                      Canter and is eligible for the                            The diverse equestrian team          torious in the Intermediate Stock
        Dutchmen at 2 pm at Stiles Field.                                                regionals.                                            r i d e r s also competed in             Seal 11. In Beginner Stock Seal,
                                                                                           Chris Barnes won first in the                       Westcrn(slyle)competition earlier        John O'Brien won t h i r d , and
                                                                                         Advanced Walk-Trot with Mcllen                        this semester. There were two            Hellen J u n g took f o u r t h .
                                                                                         Jung taking second. Barnes also                       shows sponsored by Stevens In-           Overall, the team tied for second,
                                                                                         moves to Beginner Walk-Troi-                          stitute of Technology.                   and brought back impressive
                                                                                         Canler and is eligible for the
     Lacrosse Continued...                                                               regionals. Sheri Brocklebank
                                                                                         won a first in Becinner Walk-
                                                                                                                                                   Both Gina Simonetti and
                                                                                                                                               Laura Pcarlman won third place
                                                                                                                                               ribbons in Intermediate Stock
                                                                                                                                                                                        Reserve Champion ribbons.

      Continued from hack
    Defender and freshman M i k e cond half for the P a n t h e r s to
Quinn opened his collegiate scor- bring his tally to nine goals and
 ing account when he scored 3:20 t h r e e a s s i s t s . 5wopes and
into the second half. Once again Williams added second half goal
                                                                                   1986 • LEGGS MINI MARATHON
Tashman was the supporting act. w h i l e midfielder Jack Huggard
Coach Doheriy was delighlcd notched his second goal of the                         MAY 31 + CENTRAL PARK + NYC
w i t h Tashman, "Frank is a season. The goal scoring u                            It's the original <>nd most prestigious IOK run far
leader and an emotionally ex- completed by Gerry Catalariello                      ners from all over the world will be here J:> we-' n
ciu ;le kind of player. He is the who scored his first goal of the                 lion To strive for personal bests And to celebrate
key to our offense and when he season. Co-Captain Greg Portci                      of running Comc/uin (hem in the 15th d'-nudl L
                                                                                   Mint Marathon, and exercise your right to •'
comes through with a big goal or and senior Joe Aragon grabbed
                                                                                   the world
key assist, it adds a special lift to an assist each.
                                                                                    The L'CggS Mmi Mdfdthon is sponsored by
the learn."                                  Lafayette was NO MATCH                L'CggS Products. Inc., under
    L a f a y e t t e won 16 face-off\ 10 lor the Panthers w h o now c a r r y     the auspices of !>
Adelphi's 14 w h i c h \vus the only t h e i r 3-2 record i n t o a local bai-     Runners Club, with
positiu* stat. for ihc Leopards. ile w i t h Hofsira on Sat. A p r i l             of the New York City Depart
Adelphi dominated groundballs I 2 t h at 2 p.m. on Stiles Held. If                 'J)entof Pdrks & Recreation. Henry J Stern.
73-55 despite ihe fact t h a t the Panthers are to make a                          Commissioner. New Yo.'k City Police
Adelphi had 87 shots and ihc serious bid for the playoffs thej.                    Benjamin Ward, Concessioner, and
goaltendcr only made 17 saves. w i l l h a \ e 10 beat t h e D u t c h m e n       I Koch, Mayor of New York City
   Mike F-ee struck t w i c e in ihe se- of Hofsira convincingly.
                     * # # * « * * * * * *

       The DELPHIAN would like to
     congratulate junior Rick Dillworth                                                         1
                                                                                                    '-'.' 'V .••.,-;;;; :,(.'")'',',"•.   \
                                                                                       t v
       for his 1986 Men's Ranking of
                                                                                                     i'eggs Mini Mwthon
    number 25 in the East in the United                                                        New Yof*Ro*d Runners Club

         States Tennis Association.                                                                                                           (AHJ ItUNTK WORLD.

                                                                                  Cornell                                                                               What?
                                                                            has a place for you                                                                        Adelphi
                                                                               this summer.
                                                                       Wonderful courses, great professors, magnificent
                                                                                                                                                           Has A Kickline?
                                                                          environment, people from everywhere,
                                                                              lots of good things happening -                                        BY MERYL E. YASMER                   team.
                                       ^:                                                                                                                                                   On April 20, Adelphi's new
                                                                                      come enjoy it all.                                             Thai's right, Adelphi has a
                                                                                                                                                  kickline! Last semester, Lisa R.        kickline is entered in the Kickline
                                                                                                                                                  Klein and Kim Natalie put               Competition at O07's.
                                                                                                                                                  together Adelphi's kickline.
                                                                       Send me Cornell's Summer Session Announcement of credit                    Although they had a shaky Marl            The Kickiinc would like 10 ex-
                                                                                    courses and special programs                                  during the basketball season,          tend their thanks to Paul Doher-
                                                                                                                                                  they received outstanding moral        ty, who has helped them along
                                                                      Name                                                                                                               their way. He has backed them
                                                                                                                                                  support from the team, especial-
                                                                      Address                                                                     ly captain, Michael Lenord. As         up and allowed them to kick
                                                                                                                                                  with good wine, they too will im-      without a coach.
                                                                      Cily/Siate/Zip                                                              prove with age.                           If you ever wanted to sec 40
                                                                                                                                                     The Kickline** debut this           legs kick in unison without
                                                                                                                                                  semester will be on April 12 at 2      traveling to see the Rockettcs.
                                                                                                                                                  p.m. So come cheer them on as          come join Adelphi's kickline at
   < < >KM i i i \ i \ i             l ' < » \ ' » t » in / i \ | s    Vi   \                                                                                                            the game.
                                                                                                                                                  they cheer on Adelphi's lacrosse
            J6         Delphian        W»dn»sdoy. Apr// 9, 1986

              Baseball Raises Season Mark to 14-2
    BY JEFFREY USCHOK                    Haven, Kutztown and CCNY.
    After their most recent victory      Bill Lewis has a 3-0 record as well
  over Dowling College 11-5, the         with wins over North Central and
  Panther baseball team has rais-        Dowling College.
 ed their record to an impressive           Frank Zaccheo has also been a
  14-2 mark.                             threat at the plate, hitting .326
    "We are definitely one of the        going 15/46 and also adding a
 top teams in the East/'said             homer to his credit. Along with
 Coach Davies.                           Frank, Joe Napolitano has also
    The Panthers bost a 3-0 record      been damaging at the plate going
 in the league, beating Dowling          16/39 w i t h 9 RBIs and one home
 ihree consecutive times by the         run.
 scores of 11-5, 16-1 and 10-6. The        With all the right pitching and
 learn attributes their success to      all the right hitting the team
 their hitting. "As a team we arc       seems to be playing with a lot of
 hitting the ball very well." said     confidence and consistency. They
 Coach Davies. The team's hitting       went nine straight games before
 average is .312 and is due mostly      losing to New Hampshire 5-4. In
 to the outstanding play of Peter       the Florida tournament they beat
 Casatoro. Pete is hitting .393        such teams as New Haven 4-3,
 with 6 RBIs and one home run.         Mansfield 5-4, Rutgers 5-3 and
    Bob Nicolich is probably the       6-2 . Kutziown 13-4 and North
best offensive player on the team      Central 6-1.
with a batting average of .435 go-         The Panthers are 3-0 at home
ing 20/46. Bob just recently went      andt have a very outstanding
5 for 7 in a doubleheader against      road record at 11-2.
Dowling College.                           One of their most memorable
   "We've gotten excellent pit-        wins so far was an 11-10 come                                               Froshmon Rob Rosso In ocf Ion.                 Phuto bv Phil Armato
ching from Andy Taylor, Bill           from behind victory over the Fly-
Lewis and Keith Mcisner,"said          ing Dutchmen of Hofstra. Down
Coach Davies. Taylor's record is       by three runs in the ninth inning,
3-1 and he has beaten New
Haven and Mansfield twice.
   "This season is going very well
                                       Adelphi scored three in the bot-
                                       tom of ihc ninth to tic the score
                                       at 8-8. Hofstra took a 10-8 lead
                                                                                         Lacrosse Returns To Winning
and if we keep on playing like we      in the eleventh but the Panthers
have we should definitlcy win our
division and get a bid to (he tout •
                                       battled back 10 score t w o more
                                       runs and make the game lied
                                                                                         Ways: Crushes Lafayette 21-6
nament, " said Taylor. "I'm do-        once again at 10-10. Adelphi add-              BY PAUL RILEY
ing very well but not as good as       ed one run in the twellh and w-ent         Adelphi returned to their win-      ranked Syracuse in the famous        quarter predictably began w i t h
I hoped 10 be doing. Ifs all in        on to win 11-10.                        ning ways with a 21-6 trouncing        Syracuse Dome.                       Tashman assisting Sean Keenan.
God's hands what I do," he add-            The Panthers go on the road 10      of Lafayette. In their previous           Lafayette was no match lor the    Keenan, who v\as last years
ed affirmatively.                      lace Brooklyn College and then          two games the Panthers had lost        Panthers whose morale had been       leading scorer, continues to lead
   Keith Meisner has a perfect         a key game againsi Sacred Heart         11-10 10 Brown in overtime and         savagely tested by a powerful        the goal parade this year. The
record at 3-0 v\ith wins over New      on l-riday April I hh.                  were embarrassed 19-9 by highly        Syracuse opponent. Adelphi           l.alayeite game brought his total
                                                                                                                     dominated Lafayette in ever\          for ihc year to 12 goals in the new
                                                                                                                     department. The Panthers had 87       campaig .
                                                                                                                     shots to Lafayeue's 21. The              A lack ol concentration enabl-
                                                                                                                     struggling "Leopards" were           ed ihc Leopards to climb back in-
                                                                                                                     unable to seduce the Panther of-      to the game, and closed the
                                                                                                                     fensive unit as well.                defeat 10 7-4. However, as soon
                                                                                                                        Gary Blohm struck four times      as the danger signals sounded,
                                                                                                                    in (he game, bringing his total for   Bobby Quinn replied with a pair
                                                                                                                    (he season to nine goals and six      of goals to give Adelphi a 9-4
                                                                                                                    assists Bob Quinn also notched        lead. Keenan brought the firs!
                                                                                                                    four 10 bring his season's total 10   half to a close when he ham-
                                                                                                                      eight.                              mered in his hat-trick with 3:30
                                                                                                                       In (he first quancr Lafayette      left on the clock.
                                                                                                                    was unable to contain the Pan-           Tashman assisted on Keenan's
                                                                                                                    thers as they struggled to find       goal just before the break and
                                                                                                                    their rhyrhm. Their passing was       early in the second half he pro-
                                                                                                                    not their usual and after 13:20 of    vided a pin point pass to mid-
                                                                                                                    the firsi quarter, the teams were     fielder Joe Mahecha who pro*
                                                                                                                   tied at 3-3. It was freshman Greg      mptly smashed the ball past the
                                                                                                                   Swopes that snapped up the             Lafayette go* I tender. Tashman
                                                                                                                   game winning goal from a feed          assisted again on a mop-up play,
                                                                                                                   by Frank Tashman whose seven           when he wiggled and weaved
                                                                                                                   assists and unselfishness were a       behind the net to supply Blohm
                                                                                                                   feature of the game.                   with an easy job of scoring
                                                                                                                      Soon after Swopes had fired         Adelphi'$ twelth goal of the
                                                                                                                   his fifth f oal of the season, John    game.
                                                                                                                   Williams struck and gave the
                                                                                                                   Panthers a 5-3 lead. The second             Continued nn pagt 13

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