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                                                                                                                         Jesse Jackson Set to visit
                                                                                                                          Stony Brook Next Month
                                                                                                                                   By Raymond Fazzi
                                                                                                                           The Rev. Jesse Jackson, a Democratic
                                                                                                                         presidential candidate and a national
                                                                                                                         civil rights leader, will make an appear-
                                                                                                                         ance at Stony Brook next month as part
                                                                                                                         of the campus' celebration of Black His-
                                                                                                                         tory Month.
                                                                                                                           Jackson will speak Feb. 28 on civil
                                                                                                                         rights-related issues, according to
                                                                                                                         Amir i Baraka, director of the Africana
                                                                                                                         Studies Department.
                                                                                                                           The visit will not be a formal stop on
                                                                                                                         Jackson's campaign trail, according to
                                                                                                                         Barakatwith Jackson expected to con-
                                                                                                                         centrate on civil rights issues rather                                                     an
                                                                                                                         than his candidacy. "We're going to least                    Jesse Jackson
                                                                                                                         formally eschew that part of it (the pre-
                                                                                                                         sidential campaign]r said Baraka.             participants in a nationally televised de-
                                                                                                                            Jackson, whoerecent trip to Syria led      bate Aeld earlier this month among the
     In this issue, Statesman introduces the first of a                                                                  to the release of a captured U.S. Navy          ight Democratic candidates.
                                                                                                                         officer, is among the eight Democratic           Baraka, a friend of Jackson's since the
   nine-part series looking back on certain periods of the                                                                presidential ndidates. In a New York         196fs, is chiefly responsible for ar-
   university's history. Told through Statesman news                                                                      Th1w/CBS News poll released last             ranging the visit "'ve known some of
   stories appearing at the time, this week's retrospect                                                                 week, Jackson was in a second place tie       the people involved with his [Jacksonts]
   will focus on the events of 1964.                                                                                     with Sen. John Glenn with a 14 percent        campaign for many, many years," said
                                                                                                                         approval rating. Walter Mondale led           Baraka, adding that he worked with
                                                -Page 7                                                                  with 44 percent. Many observers felt          Jackson during Kenneth Gibson's suc-
                                 ^*i^----------kBRMI-----------MM----^--MM---^--BI^-MI^^----^------^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-A       Jackson was among the more suceessful        ceaful drive to be mayor of Newark.

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Washington-Ronald Wilson Reagan,                                      early disclosure would prompt specula-
19th president of the United States, said                             tion that his decisions were colored by
n a paid political advertisement last                                 politics, he dropped many hints that he
tight that he will stand for re-election.                             would run. He made countless jokes
His long-expected campaign announce-                                  about his age, defusing what has been a
nent came as 1000 Republican officials                                perennial non-issue. He hit into his De-
lathered in a nearby hotel ballroom to                                mocratic opponents, focusing on fron-
-heer a candidate who is riding high in                               trunner Walter Mondale. He said
-hepolls and has already amassed a
                               $4                                     George Bush again would be his run-
nillion re-election warchest.                                         ning mate.
  In a statement, first lady Nancy
Reagan said: 'It was a mutual decision. I
;upport him fully. I'm very proud of                                     Yesterday, Republican activists were
him, and all he's accomplished in a very                               invited to an afternoon reception at the
ihort space of time."                                                 -White House, and some 1,000 Reagan
  Reagan, who took office vowing to                                    supporters, including state re-election
item the tide of ever-increasing govern-                               chairmen, attended a party in a hotel
nent spending and to rebuild the na-                                   ballroom several blocks from the execu-
tion's military, was coy to the last,                                  tive mansion. They watched Reagan's
telling GOP officials early in the ev-                                 announcement, aired on the three major
ening: "We'll trust that everything                                    commercial networks and on inde-
comes together before the night is over.'                              pendent television stations in 20 major
   The former actor and governor, who                                  media markets.; v
will be 73 Feb. 6, announced his fourth
bid for the presidency in a TV broadcast                                 The chairman of Reagan's campaign,
from the Oval Office. The Reagan-Bush                                  Sen. Paul Laxalt, said Democrats are
campaign committee paid about                                          "far better motivated, far better united
$400,000 to air Reagan's 10:55 p.m. EST                                than I've seen them in a while." He said
announcement, but the money couldn't                                   that if former Vice President Mondale
buy suspense.                                                          wins the nomination, as he expects,
   Though Reagan refused for months to                                 Reagan will face a "unitedt, hungry De-
declare his -intentions, arguing that                                  mocratic Party."


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            Mitch Cohen: What is He Still Doing Here at SBi 0
                  s   By Elizabeth Wamerman                                                                                       September, 1965. He has been a prominent person-
           It is not uncommon to find students remaining at                                                                       ality on the campus longer than most of the faculty.
        a university long after they have graduated. It                                                                           The 34-year-old Cohen was a student before moat of
        happens all over."                                                                                                        the freshman were born.
             -John Toll, chancellor of the Universityof Mary-                                                                       He has master-minded or played a role in
        land and former president of SUNY, Stony Brook.                                                                           hundreds upon hundreds of rallies in his lifetime.
           'He is a curiosity. What is he still doing herer                                                                       He has gone from protesting the United States in-
           -Polity Vice President Barry Ritholtz.                                                                                 volvement in Central America, the Caribbean and
           "I guess no matter what you look at that he is                                                                         Lebanon on Nov. 12 last year in Washington, D.C. to
        involved in-no matter how many outside activities                                                                         sitting in University President John Marburger's
        he is involved in---this is his home base. He has been                                                                    office in support of a professor's course on race and
        here so long that this is home."                                                                                          politics a few weeks later.
            -- David Iieberman, doctoral student of physics.
            "I don't agree with his politics, never have. On the                                                                    He said he can be for or against any number of
        other hand, I have always found him to be an access-                                                                      causes. "If someone is attacking Jews, I'm Jewish.
        ible guy.                                                                                                                 The same way that if someone is attacking gay, I'm
         -- Doug Little, spokesman for Public Safety.                                                                             gay I guess," he said.
            'I would think he just likes the atmosphere. There                                                                      While his activities have made his name known on
         are opinions constantly being formed at Stony                                               Statesman/Matt     Cohen     the campus and in other "radical leftists circles,
         Brook."                                                                          Mitch Cohen
                                                                                                                                   some facts about Cohen are not widely known.
            -- Robert Cohen, business news writer and
                                                                 t                                                                   The almost gangly and balding Cohen brandishes
         younger brother of Mitchel Cohen.
                                                                                                                                   a green attache case to teach a not-for credit claw
        :     -        .   *          *                                 a-"If someone is attacking Jews Fm                         called "Marxism for Beginners." He has been doing
          Leaning back in his chair from a table in the                jj XJewish. The same way that if someone                    so each Monday night for the past seven years.
        Stony Brook Union last semester, a bearded and                     is attacking gays, Fm gay I guess."
        ponytailed Mitch Cohen watches people pass by. A                                                                             In a meeting last semester, clad in sneakers and
        fabric poster of Karl Marx made in China hangs                                                                             Calvin Klein corduroys, Cohen ambled to the black-
        from the table where, as the sign says, 'cheap rad-                A self-described "radical leftist" playing the          board to scribble a quote from Adolf Hitler as his
        ical books" are sold. The Communist Manifesto,"                  American-as-apple-pie game of Nftball? "Well, I           students trickled in. Some came prepared with
        writings by Abbie Hoffman, and "Tha Autobio-                     always wanted to play center field for the Yankees,"      their assignments-to give oral presentations on ra-
                                                                         Cohen said later.                                         cism or feminism and the New Left-some did not.
                  Mitch Cohen in Managua, page 11                          But what he wants now is a bite of Uieberman's          One student arrived with a pizza.
                                                                         scrumptuously sweet vanilla brownie. "Here's a              The class is conventional in many ways. Cohen
            graphy of Malcolm X' by Alex Haley are among the             dollar. Go buy yourself one," Ueberman said. Cohen        takes attendance. There is an assigned text book,                      t

            items Cohen is selling 'at a significant loss," he said.     said 'Thanks," bid adieu to both and began piling         SThe People's History of the United States" by
              'Are you still herer Cohen asks a friend ap-               his books.                                                Howard Zinn. However, "research papers and
            proaching the table. Yes, nods Tom Breedon, who                 In the fashion of a traveling carnival, Cohen          exams are given collectively," Cohen said.

            has been studying for his doctorate in physics and           closed shop and piled his merchandise into a shop-           "I wouldn't go if I didn't like it. It's not like rm
            has been at the university nine years in total.              ping cart The cart was stored in the back of a            getting credit for it," said 24-year-old sociology
                'YOU still here?' Cohen asks David Lieberman,            friend's Volkswagon and Cohen proceeded to hustle         junior Jody Goldberg. "He has assigned a good
            another veteran.                                             off to sit in on a social psychology seminar for grad-    amount of work. And he's putting pressure on
               'What do you mean, am I still here?"rieberman             uate students.                                            people to complete their assignments," he said.
            laughs. Both physicists have played summer soft-                He does this often. He has been selling books at          Cohen has not been paid for his seven years of
            ball at the university on the same team as Cohen, the        the same location since 1969 and he has been taking       teaching. He is without any form of stable income
            Pan Galactic Garble Blasters, for the past five              or simply attending classes since 1969 since he en-        and, he said, "I don't live anywhere.".
    i       years.                                                       tered the university as a 16-year-old freshman in
                                                                                                                                                   (continued on pae 5)
                                                                                                                                                                                  -            PI

        Attempt by Group to Gain Control of NCAA Fails
                                                     organization to the presidents fell 313- contended reform was necessary. "In                   In their lobbying before the
    Dallas, TX (CPS)-It was an NCAA
convention that once again demon-                    328, far short of the two-thirds majority the glare of bowl games and victories,"            convention, Bok and the other
 strated mixing academics and athletics              it needed to pass.                            he pointed out, "there is a large public       presidents s        they feltpowerless
is almost as difficult as mixing oil and                Still, the presidents did not walk away that knows that things are amiss in the           to influence the NCAA in the past, and
water.                                               from Dallas empty-handed. The world of intercollegiate athletics, that                       that powerlessness might have helped
   As parts of an ongoing internal                   delegates subsequently approved we are not acting strongly enough to put                     lead to abuse at member schools.
 movement to reform the National                     another measure that established a our house in order."
Collegiate Athletic Association                      presidents' commission within the
(NCAA), delegates to the convention                  NCAA, but with much less power than                                                                                                        (n
here January 9 to 11 turned down an
effort to revise academic ndanls for
                                                     the presidents had wanted. The question
                                                     of how much power to ie the                       SB Set for Commencement                                                                  z
athletes and, perhaps more                            presidents was clearly the main issue at
importantly, then hladed a resounding                 the convention.                                         By Cary Sun                        and have receptions for the graduates'
 defeat to a group of preidentb                   As the final vote neared after hours of     There will be about 4,000 students          families. Forkin said, "this year's com-       06
that wanted to wrest control over the                 debate, opponents noted that under the participating in- the commencement                  mencement speaker will be picked from
organization from. its jcurrent                       presidents' plan as few as five proceedings for the clan of 1984, to be                    the possible five or six honorary degree            ID
                                                      presidents of Division I schools could held on the morning of May 20 on the                recipients."
       The pe     n wated to form a 44-               ultimately supd legislation affecting Athletic Field.                                          At the commencement, graduates                 31

    meter board t would have had power                the other 720 college&                         Preparations for this special event are     will sit according to their departments.                £
    to adopt new NCAA rules and abolish                  Marvin Johnson, faculty rep from the being coordinated by Ann Forkin, di-                Each department will have a special-               so

                                                      Unierit tof      New Mexico, argued to rector of Conferences and Special                    ized banner.                                  Ca
    existing bylaws indpendently of the                                                                                                                                                             c

    annual oovention.                                 keep the "one vote for one school" Events. In this year's ceremonies 'some                     This year's graduates will be notified
       The                         ep, by the
                                    d                 structure. "You still have one paddle graduating seniors will be able to expe-              of commencement procedures including
    American Council on Ed        ion (ACE),          (the multi-colred devic delegat*%       wce  rience both a group ceremony and also a        the ceremony's seating, arrangements,
    giew out of the tarmwil at recent colle            to vote at conentiofW) he said. 'It may more personalized ceremony given to                and caps and gowns orders by mail.
    ,o      scandals t         e docrng                be a small one. butyou can still do with it them by the individual department they         There will be open seating for this year's
    athbeW tramcripb to make them                      what you want You won't have togive it earned their degrees in," explained                 commencement.                                      i

                                                       up to people who will makeadecii                                                              Graduating seniors filing for May          I&»
    dligible to omp , ant               otter                                                      Forkin.
    ftn ktanie _tandardsm ad rkin with                 behind dcod doom And you wouldn't             According to Forkin, this year's com-        graduation should petition at the Office
    brgrw           to
                    pc p            iD.                fnd out about it until the d           Wcuion
                                                                                                   mcncement will include the university          of the Records/Registrar in the Admin-
       Toh          e over the abue ad                                                             commencement ceremony and then 26               istration Building. The last day for un-
       Ie    "por inage til ran             e
                                        high,             Bu Harvard Pr i Drek B                 a smaller coeteonies* where individual           dergraduates to file for May gradelation
    Peoposal to g        ctrol over the                prpoet        of the    A        ' bud,     departments will honor their graduates          is February 10th.
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                 Cohen Fincds a- Market for Poetry in Brooklyn
       * (continudfrom page S)                 about
                                               I      Central America on the south side     undergraduates. They share some plea-                        "Hekeeps us busy, sure,"    said Little.
   "Where I come from, he's called a           of the Fine Arts building, he said that      sant and unpleasant memories.                          'But a motor vehicle accident keeps us
bum," said senior Rory "Hawkeye" Ayl-          was alright. Well, I think there is some-       While Mitch organized a sit-in in the               busy, a burglary or a concert keeps us
ward. "If you're 34 and not making a           thing very wrong with vandalism." Ayl-
                                               I                                            office of the graduate studies head in                 busy," Little said. "I don't agree with his
living, you're a bum." The subject of          ward said. In his opinion, if the grafitti   1969, Robert photographed copies of re-                 politics, never have. On the other hand, I
Cohen brings many questions to Ayl-            said 'Reagan Now" or "Bomb Nica-             search grants in the office, supposedly                 have always found him to be an access-
ward's mind. "At a time when most              ragua," Cohen would voice opposition.        Vietnam War grants. However, the two                    ible guy. If he wants to have a
people are out earning a living...he's            Whatever political disagreements          often fought over the editorial content of              demonstration-and from what I've
here. What does Mitch do for a living?"        they may have with Cohen, many people        Stateman and Mitch's use of the type-                   seen there have been no injuries in the
    One of the ways Cohen says he does         would like to know where he lives.           setting equipment One time it became                    past-it is his right to demonstrate. One
earn money is selling poetry on the            Cohen said he makes the rounds of            necessary to get Dad on the phone to                    thing I will give him credit for: he is
streets of Brooklyn. A native of               friend's homes by night but does not          settle an argument, Robert said.                       committed to what he feels."
 Brighton Beach and Bensonhurst, he            have a permanent place of residence due            1never escaped his shadow, really. I                  Others on campus feel differently and
 has been standing on street corners with      to lack of funds, not desire. He boasts of    was known in most circles as Mitchel's                 call Cohen a 'parody of the sixties acti-
 a sign periodically for the past six years.   being put up anywhere in the country he       brother until I established my own iden-               vist" 'He's fairly ineffective on many
 "I've built up a reputation there, I put in   goes because of a large network of            tity with the paper." he said. At the time,             items,"said Ritholtz. "If all we have to
 five hours a week and it feeds me and          friends. There is also a standing invita-    his brother was a "constant reminder"to                 show for institutions is Mitch Cohen, we
 pays for basic living expenses for a           tion at his mother's Brooklyn home.          the university administration of the                    are a hurting university," Ritholtz said.
 week," he said.                                                                             fight for student's rights. "I guess he                 'He is a curiosity. What is he still doing
     Another payless occupation of Cohen's         His activist roots can be traced to the was their conscience. Without him on                      here?"
 is serving as the driving force behind         liberal Cohen home and his father Ab- campus there were not too many other                               Cohen's reply is that he works here.
 the Red Balloon Collective, a ten-year-        raham. who dies in 1980. Mitch and his campl wthere willing to stick their                            He sells books, keeps the Red Balloon
 old student group. Collectively they           father were always having political dis- pecks wou w                                                  going, and organizes or supports dem-
 schedule speakers, teach-ins on Central        cussions. His father was involved in or- -" guess I listened to him more than I                       onstrations. These days, he said, "I have
  America, and publish a newspaper              ganizing unions and ran for local talked to him," said Toll, president of the                         more of an educational role. I don't want
 twice yearly. The Red Balloon sponsors         Democratic office. Mitchel and his two university from 1966-78, about Mitchel.                        people to have to go through what I did
  its activities from donations given by        younger brothers, while still in high These day, he tries to remember the                             at that time."
  former "balloonies," he said.                 school, published a community news- positive aspects of their acquaintance                               The holiday break brought with it a
     The Red Balloon received funding            paper with donated funds. It was not rather than the confrontations.                                 vacation for Cohen. He is one of a group
  from the student government at one             until he reached college, however, that         There were many confrontations be-                   from across the country who went to
  time, but that has since ceased. Students      he began demonstrating his beliefs.          tween students and administration-                      pick coffee beans in Nicaragua. Before
  such as Aylward criticize the group as           He returned home to Brooklyn for a between Toll and Mitch-including:                               they left in mid-January, he said, "We
  ineffective. "I think he's ineffective on         anksgngvre                 a       is          Mitch's academic problems and                      want to go down and help pick coffee to
  any issue. The Red Balloon is regarded         brother Robert, 32, a news writer for                      paymen       ofla        and               free up the militia...they feel an invasion
  as a joke on campus," said Alyward, a          Business Times, cable televison pro- trouble with payment of a tuition bill,                          is imminent from Honduras." The inva-
  former active Polity member. "The              gram Robert was also the editor of the the first for which he was bounced from                        sion would be backed he said by the
  issues they attack are very selective.         campus newspaper.           onatenan, while the school and the seond for which he                     United States military, of course.
  When people spray painted grafitti                       .he
                                                     and Mitch attended Stony Brook as was destered in mid-term.                                          His criticism of the U.S. government
                                                                                                                                                       is usually sarcastic. He laughs at the
                                                                                                   -- At Mitchell's graduation ceremony                thought of Ronald Reagan calling the
                                                                                             I   in August, 1975 when ne received nis                  MX missiles the 'great peace keeper."
                                                                                              degree in English, he shredded the cer-                   He also said he is glad Reagan and not
                                                  e           l        :
                                                                                              tificate into pieces and threw it in Toll's               Carter won the presidency in 1980 be-
                                                                                               ace, he said. Although Mitch says he                     cause there has been a great polariza-
                                                                                               has few fond memories of Toll. he has a
                                                                                                 89MUMPV   AF5%               F      z-h
                                                                                                                                     -9    -   -        tion in the country. Cohen also said: "rm
                                                                                         |-better        opinion of tday's university pres-             sorry to see James Watt go because he
                                                                                               id e n t J oh n Maburger. "Marburger is
                                                k^ tf|l             H~                                                                                  was expressing what all the others were
                                                1^-1       Ad  |I          r        -       .much       more sophisticated and more per-                thinking."
                                                                                 .j __ -*^ -sonable, but his policies are similar so he                    In demonstrating his belieft, be they
       0-                                      i Hi |          "             <                  gets away with a lot more stuff than Toll               on international, national or campus
                                                  all1111         -     : 0       .            and [T. Alexander] Pond did," Cohen                      issues, he has been arresed 14timesand
                                                                  -^                    .      said. Cohen still finds causes to mobilize               convicted four times. "My involvement
                                                        ^^^^^*^Gi^^li *-A^&^ f                 students over. Last year he has pro-                     in demonstrations is not only to try and
       of the Stony 4                                         rW R
                                                                WU        I IIba~temtd:
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                                                                                                           Oem tenure denial to Professor
                                                                                               B r e tt Silverstein; at the Senator Jacob
                                                                                                                                                        win specific things, but to win support
                                                                                                                                                        for our movement," Cohen said. The
                                                                                                         ceremonies to prove to officials in            movement is that of progreW iveS, lef-
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                                                     ^&     O ur-6 ^CJavits
                                                          -_ _I^B^^^^Hattendance
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                                                                                                               that U.S. intervention in Le-
                                                                                                          and Central American is wrong;
                                                                                                and for African& Studies Profemor
                                                                                                                                                        tists, radicals, and other non-members
                                                                                                                                                        of the "ruling classm" To suggestions that
                                                                                                                                                      is worked with the ruling claws his goals
                                                llf.             |                              Ernest Dube, who had linked Zionism
                                                                                             I . nd racism in a course, resulting in crit-
                                                                                                                                                      might sooner be reached, Cohen shrugs
                                                                                                                                                      and says, "Even if you don't win what

                                                                                              jeidm fron members of the Jewish com-                                                                  m
                                                                                                                                                      you demand in demonstrations, you al-
                                                * /84, 8:00 pmA Imunity                                     and even some people on the               ways win."

        TUESDAY, 1/3                               __/__4_        __:    _ pcampus.
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            Twenty Years Ago.... A Statesman Retrospect
     Compiled by Glenn Taverna                      May 19, 1964                          Bookstore Gains                                     for students and faculty....a          Oct. 28, 1964
                                                                                                                                              deposit charge account [and]
                                                        Worldws Fair.!!                   Permanen* Home                                    . check-cashing service....              Furniture Broken                      i
Jan. 21, 1964                                          Depending on what you're
                                                    looking for, a trip to the 1964         The campus bookstore,
                                                                                                                                                                                        At Buffet
     Investigation...                                            Fair    can be    an     operated by Mrs. Kercsy and
                                                                                                                                            Oct. 14, 1964                               Students threw bones from
 Dorm Doldumms                                      experience suited to your own         Mrs. Salvio, has been located                        SAB Organized                         the stairs of G-Dormitory
                                                    particular interests. One can         permanently under the gym. It                                                              cafeteria, plunged their hands
      The rapidly deeriorating                      find there a trip around the          has expanded its facilities this                     The first three meetings of the       into meat platters and des-
livina A
L     LD    *-*M-L**
                        xneitin* ^mi-
                            in thpei
                               US       IL
                                                    w    \rld a2In&J at the future or     vcar and offers two new services                   Student Activities Board were           troyed dining room furniture
tory has stimulated a                                                                                  -     -               -                                                                  t dinner given by
tirougbot our universit                                                                                                                                                                         dService, Monday,
munity. In Older to inve                                                                                                                                                                        Because of these
tise problems and off                                                                                                                                                                           r.Fred Hecklinger,
possible solutions, a I                                                                                                                                                                         fStudent Housing,
committee has been fon                                                                                                                                                                          Itif public pressure
                                                                                                                                                                                                igh to stop destruc-
    Apnil 21, 1964                                                                                                                                                                              idents, disciplinary
                                                                                                                                                                                                11be taken....Stu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                cd legs off tables in
      Book Collec                                                                                                                                                                               a, threw pieces of
        Is Donate                                                                                                                                                                               licken bones, at one
                                                                                                                                                                                                eone threw a club-
       Dr. Roscoe Rouse, D                                                                                                                                                                      c from the G-
    of Libraries, an                                                                                                                                                                            )alcony to the cider
    large and imporat col
    of books was donated Stony Br<
    Nicholas Kcly, a                                                                                                                                                                               1964
    New York City attom
    transfer of the collecti
    negotiated by the donc                                                                                                                                                                      of Shoing
     Augustus M. Kelley, a                                                                                                                                                                      )scenity
     nationally known book
       Valued at $22,5(                                                                                                                                                                         reshmen grls, found
     8,000 volume collec                                                                                                                                                                        "performing an act
     particularly strong in                                                                                                                                                                     enly outrages public
     and historical works                                                                                                                                                                       i.e., by displaying an
     19th and 20th c                                                                                                                                                                            word in their win-
     s....One work of p                                                                                                                                                                         ybehaved in a manner
     interest is the 1C                                                                                                                                                                         tObehavior of respon-
     record of treaties and                                                                                                                                                                     i mature university
      madc by the crown of                                                                                                                                                                      " were sentenced to
      with other lnn                                                                                                                                                                            sed from 8 PM Friday
      1101 to 1654....                                                                                                                                                                          Sunday and dormcd
                                                                                                                                                                                                ind Saturday nights

      Faculty to At                                                                                                                                                                             i'clock. The charges
                                                                                                                                                                                                [ged by the Dean of
                         of Con                                                                                                                                                                    Office. The H-
                                                                                                                                                                                                ryBuilding Judiciary                I
                        ftudent rqi
                                                                                                                                                                                                 case Thursday, Nov.                    4
                        .tand disciO
      be established by dM
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       fcty bylaws. Its                                                                                                                                                                         K Propose                           I
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            d to the facloty 0!                                                                                                                                                                 t COt'I         I:
       nistrative officers                                                                                                                                                                        Fset of acdmcrelpr                ^

        coacerning extrac                                                                                                                                                                        d p---       was                       c
       activities,            student                                                                                                                                                          Iby the    M e on
            ,mnt, laI             I
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       denes,            duabs, pubcatoa                             md             g..           TII        i the fiant doa          pPM        7. At these meetings, some of the     reglatios we to repace the
                                                          cain                                                                                                                                                                          0
        a               and          aevents.                                                                                                    initial structural problems of        ones pre         stated In the                XA

                                                        Sept. 30, 1964                                                                           this new organization were            Undergraduate Bulletin. The
            aiy 5,191                                     Faculty Increase                            is a        . E            ut              dipssed as well as actio an I         only chae whichwill be in

            'Dorlms to Be                                 Makes Ratio 9:1                                    they
                                                                                                                  is She                         immed~iate soiland cultural
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                                                            Aong dhe new faceso                                                                                                                           for 12 to 19
                                                                                                                                                    The   firœ SABsponsod I             dents to gr
                                                         cuaop  bRMc aldoo 60 new
                                                                                                      St        I xhr                  the       Poity event ws dhe Curtain* 1oUwe a sedmt r with the
                        Ai    eI                         faculty members.    This
          For the fim Owe                                                                                                                        and Canvas sofn           to sec Peter,      approval of his amadv-
                                                                                                            VaW Pta n                    a~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                                                                     an watule of about               yea     1964; p an&,
                                                                                                                 cgem Somy
        mty of Sto B        Unp                                                                                                                  Paul and Mary       in conet at di s sor....
                               h                            <jnequaterin size and rais= the           1999.a_
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                              ... HAVE A "GREAT TIME"
                                .. WD                  "GREAT PRIZES
                                                                                                                                             ATTENTION ALL FALL
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              MU8CULAR DYSTROPHY A880C...
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                                 SUPERDANCE '84
                                    Call Loretta at        for details.                                                                                     I
                                      Or, contact yur building rep.
                                                                                                                                          :-    If you have any outstanding bills
                                                                                                                                               or receipts please submit them by
                Buiiding representatives                                                                                                             Friday January 27,1984                                              I

                              needed for                                                                                                   - - - - - --                                     -                           N
                        SUPEIDANCE '84.                                                                                               3=0:       *0= ATTENTION 00E
                       -... in A Dinner For Two.
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              ... Help Your Building Win A Color                                                                                                   MBROOK SOFrBA2L1
                              T.V. or V.C.R.                                                                                                       MUG COLOERS ARE NOW ON SALE:
                   ... Help Your Building Win A                                                                                                      1 for ;$2.50 or a 6 pack for $1200
                            Ping-Pong Table...                                                                                                 (Sp&tt The Cost With Your Rooumates)
                                        Contact Loretta at 6-5618.                                                                              KEEP YOUR BEVERAGES NICE AND
                                                                                                                                                       COLD AT PARTIES!
                                ~~~~-    -     -        -                 -
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                                                                                                                                                  in the Gym to get your Stony Brook Mug Cooler
                                               POTPTY                                                                                                                        TODAY!!!
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                       will be holding general meetings                                                                                                 WOMEN'S VARSITY
                      on Wednesday, February 1 in Union                                                                                                    SOFTBALL
                   Room 223, 9pm and Thursday, February 2 at
                          *9 pm in Union Room 237.                                                                                             Workouts begin NEXT 1WEEK!0t
                                   246-4000                                                                                                              Anyone interested in playing on the
                                                                                                                                                    Intercollegiate Softball Team should contact:

                         7 days a week/24 hours a day
                                                                                                                                                              COACH JUDY CHRIST
                    Do You Have Any Cracks                                                                                                                          Phone: 6-6790
                                                                                                                                                                   Office: Gym 161
                    Or Leaks In Your Shower
                             Stall?                                                                                                                            SAB SpeokeF                  PmmeA-
                   Polity Hotline will be ATTACKING these
                  problems this week. If you know of any cracks                                                                                                *------**---*
                                   or leaks in shower stalls call:                                                                                              GENERAL

                        A Hotline operator will be waiting                                                                                                      HOSPITAL
I                                    to help you.
I                    Hotline is Polityis complaint, information,                                                                                               Tristian Rodgers
                    and referral service. For all other problems
 c                    and for information use Hotline's main                                                                                                    "8CORPIO"
                                                            phone number:                                                                                           Aprl st 80p In the Gym
                                                                                                        24 hours a day                                               Tickets go on sale soonl
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     Who Needs Heat?
         In these days of Big Brother and faceless institutions,
      it is heartwarming to consider that somebody cares
     about the little guy. We refer, of course, to the State
      University of New York which, in its infinite wisdom, has
     come to the realization that a student doesn't care if he
     freezes so long as he has pretty landscaping and decor
     to look at while he does so.
         Even while our antiquated heatingsvstem gasps its
      last and succumbs to this year's abnormally cold winter,
     our administration keeps a firm eye on priorities. This is
      an institute of higher learning, after all, and physical
      needs must take a back seat to aesthetic ones. What
     does it profit a man to gain warmth if he loses out on
      having Tiffany lamps and a dividing wall in the
      Humanities Cafeteria, pretty plants and dividing walls to
      keep the crushing flow of traffic out of the academic
      mall, and funny, T-shaped telephone pole-thingies that                                                 -          'C       OF AAU                        A                                  {Mo~eM norm«t
      are handy for hanging banners on, announcing parties
      and the like?                                                                                                   GL1MNSO         v   ShabYbA C-VY         AND SHULT- M N IRf.
         Our resident students' need for warmth has not been
     forgotten, though, as the university has been seeing to it
     that a formal heating system is unnecessary. In
     October, the State Dormitory Authority cited 21 of the
                                                                                                     - Letters                                                                                                          mmmom

     25 residence halls on campus for truly encouraging the                                Go For It, Doc                                 "leftist-oriented" groups are               Soviet Union, 'for example-an
     rapid spread of fire. By seeing to it that fire doors remain
                                                                                                                                          "being a bunch of hypocrites" for           intense, if not extremely dangerous
     uncloseable, storing trash all over the building, and not                             To the Editor:
                                                                                                                                          protesting such things as U.S.
                                                                                                                                                                     undertaking. But all other instan-
     replacing exit signs, the university has insured that,                                   Once upon a time, I decided that
                                                                                                                                          interference in Central America
                                                                                                                                                                     ces aside, one has merely to look
     should fire break out in a dorm building, all the residents                           the only thing in the world that I
                                                                                            realty wanted to do was to become             and nuclear missiles in Europe,
                                                                                                                                                                     back upon the massive demonstra-
     of that building would quickly be able to share in the                                                                               while ignoring such atrocities as
                                                                                                                                                                     tion of the summer of 1982 in New
     warmth.                                                                               a physician. Being an undergradu-
                                                                                           ate student at SUNY at Stony                   the Soviet intervention in Afghan-
                                                                                                                                                                     York City to understand the passion
        As we sit shivering in our rooms, let us be spiritually                            Brook, I was mechanically directed             istan. I would like to dispel this illu-
                                                                                                                                                                     felt by hundreds of thousands (per-
     warmed by the fact that we are doing so in a beautiful                                                                               sion by offering my own view.
                                                                                                                                                                     haps millions) of individuals for
                                                                                           to the Health Profession's Office.
     campus. After all, which would attract more students: a                               There, I was stongly advised to                                           human rights, regardless of
     photograph of our beautifully landscaped academic                                                                          First of all, Peter's logic taken to national boundary.
                                                                                           pursue another career; it was clear
                                                                                                                             its ultimate conclusion would all
     malls in a college catalog, or one of students in mid-                                that I would never be accepted to
                                                                                                                             but eliminate the actions of special        But even if some organizations
     winter, dressed in shirtsleeves, cozily killing roaches in                            medicalschool.
                                                                                                                             interest groups and individuals. My tend to key in on certain issues, it is
     their toasty dorm rooms?                                                                 This      is for those of you who
                                                                                                                             question is: would one cal an attor- mainly because the so-called "leg-
                                                                                           may have been discouraged from
                                                                                                                             ney who only presents the case of itimate" media, like U.S. News
      e                                                                                    attaining any goal, in any career or
                                                     -~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                                                   his/her client a hypocrite? Of and World Report, which Per
                                                                                          facet of life, by people who may not
                                  Statesran                                          I    understand what the true meaning
                                                                                                                             course not; that is their purpose.      quotes from, have given little if any

                                                                                          of motivation is. It took an invest-                                       serious coverage to the ideas and
                                    - Spring 1984 -                                                                             Secondly, by lumping all leftist actions of many progressive coali-
                                                                                           ment of both time and effort, but I
                                                                                          will earn the M.D. Degree this May and socialist groups into one great tions and individuals. Therefore, a
                                     Glenn J. Toverns                                     from a U.S. medical school. The   cabal, Peter demonstrates the balance is established. Interest-
                                          Editor-in-Chief                                                                   narrow-mindednes of the present ingly enough, Peter mentions the
                                                                                          moral of this story is: GO FOR ITI
                                                                                                                            administration in Washington; that Soviet use of migratory genocAde or
         Ray Fatai                                                 Thermw Lohn                                              Is: all world events boil down to a "the strangling of a country by driv-
         Managing Editor                                       Business Manager                              Ezra S. Riber simple

                                                                                                  Alumnus,Clan of 1974                struggle betweon East and -ingvast numbers of people from
                                                                                                                            West. Furthermore, his allegation their tomeland." I think Por
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         Editor                                                                                                             to protest the atrocities played out a social studi" book in order to
                                                                                          To The Edor:                       in Communist nations is just not read up on the struggle of the
                                                                      DIRECTORS             On Wednesday January 25th, true. Several groups in this country
          i       i-- -o                                          Andrea Rosenberg        Mr. Peter Marten, a Stony a    lk and on campus are currently work- American Indian. The Soviets had
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                           -by Mitchel Cohen                                          and, unlike several later experiences, turns out to be                                        gency expressions in the back of the dictionary.
                             and Kathy Kbin                                           a good and refreshing one after the miserable red                                             "'Maybe we shouldn't have come on our own," Mit-
            The plane touches down at the international air-                         tape at Stony Brook we always seem to be caught up                                             chel says. "I wish Ed or Sandra or Diane were here."
          port outside Managua at 4 PM, and all the pas-                             in.
          sengers cheer. The sun is already beginning to set,                             Next, the checking of the passports, the filling out                                           Finally, a taxi agrees to take them to the hotel
          and the purpling shadows stretch off into the moun-                        of forms: "What does this word mean, that word?'                                               Camino Real for 100 cordobas. "Anything to get out
          tains that surround the airport. Disembarking down                         Kathy whips out the bilingual dictionary Carol gave to                                         of this madness," Kathy pleads. Mitchel consoles
          the ladder are families returning from vacations in                         us at six in the morning driving through Orlando, Fla.                                         himself with the fact that "It's only $3.75 in Amer-
          Miami; a couple of small businessmen; a delegation                         Over and over again, that dictionary has turned out to                                          ican money. Most cabs would probably charge a lot
          from South America travelling on to Cuba; a few                             be a life-saver. An American ambles over to translate                                          more for this distance." Two minutes later, they are
          tourists, and a large contingent of                                         for us, tells us the names of some cheap hotels (the                                            hustling in the Toyota past an overturned car on the
              internationalistas-     U.S. citizens answering a world-                least expensive turns out to be $17 U.S. per night).                                           side of the main road. One minute more, and they are
              wide emergency appeal put out by Nicaragua's four-                      We both think he's probably a C.I.A. agent and try to                                           at the doors of the very ritzy Camino Real. Three
              year-old Revolutionary Sandinista government to                         avoid him. The woman passport-checker does her                                                  minutes more and they are out the doors again, sit-
              come to Nicaragua to help harvest Nicaraguan                            job, decides Mitchel is an escritor, a writer, upon                                             ting in the nighttime grass, waiting for Godot. One
              coffee. Last-minute hassles with left-wing American                     seeing the pile of articles Mitchel hands her, and that                                         who speaks English.
              bureaucrats in Washington, D.C. prevent Kathy, Mit-                     Kathy is a student. "Internationafistas?" "Si," Kathy
              chel and Ed from officially being part of the "brigade. "               says. Mitchel hasn't quite got the hang of the yes and
              Kathy and Mitchel decide to go to Nicaragua, anyway,                     no, si and no, yet. New forms are handed to us, the                                             Taxi after taxi pulls up in the dark. Cabs honk
              to see forthemselveswhat thecountry is like and to                       woman is chuckling in her booth- we have made our                                            twice- beep-beep- to signal any and everyone
              manifest our solidarity with the Nicaraguan people in                    first Nicaraguan laughl- Our bags are not even                                               along the sides of the road who looks as though he'd
              their perpetual hour of turmoil in whatever ways they                    checked, "don't you want to check them?" Mitchel                                             pay for a ride. To stop a cab, you hold out your hand
              find useful.                                                             asks the young Sandinistas who don't understand a                                            palm down, and pretend to dribble a basketball. A bus
                 Neither of us speak Spanish at all. Passing through                   word he says, and who just smile, and Mitchel and                                            flashes by, people leaning out the windows and
              customs, we are convinced that this whole trip was a                     Kathy are on the loose in Nicaragua, alone, not                                              doors- you'd need a shoe horn to fit in another
              big mistake. Everything is in Spanish; hardly any                        knowing the language or what to do next.                                                     person- and a nest of kids ride the back bumpers and
              Nicaraguan speaks English; we are alone while eve-                          What happens next is Hollywood. Little boys in                                            even the roof, clinging to the sides.
              ryone else seems to be part of a group. Kathy and I                      dirty clothes beg to carry the bags, hail a cab, and
              scrounged and scraped and begged enough money to                         shine the shoes (Mitchel points at his sneakers and
              get here, and to drive back from Miami, only to be told                  shrugs), beg for money. The two travellers try to re-                                         (Mitchel Cohen is an alumnus of the State University
              we each must cash at least $60             in U.S. dollars               gain their senses and retreat into the airport, but                                           at Stony Brook. When not in Nicaraguahe can often
              into cordobas, at the rate of 28 cordobas/dollar. Hell,                  there is no entrance. The buses full of brigadistas                                           be found in the Stony Brook Union. Kathy Klein is a
              we only have $100 between usl Fortunately, the                           begin to pull away. All is chaos. A taxi driver hounds                                        graduatestudent here in political science. They are
              teller allows Kathy to cash a check on her word alone.                   them. "No entiende" Kathy repeats over and over,                                              members of the Red Balloon Collective.)
              It is our first encounter with a "peoples' bureaucrat"'                   "No habia espanol,' reading from the list of emer-                                                            See story, page 3

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                      February 1st with an inaugural parade
                                                                                                                                      CARIBBEAN STUDENTS
                       from Stage XII to the Fine Arts Plaza.                                                                            ORGANIZATION
                    Time 12 noon. Everyone is encouraged to                                                                            General Body Meeting
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on campu for ony 20C a day. C                                                                   iserned in Hebew school." To                       for Annatta.                                  Mmited. I miss it. Lowa torr- you w*m s, Vou who-
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day is aound lha oora Expraaa                                                                                                                       tW*. Whift mal 29 esaks ldy                  ATTN E8 MEMBERS-Tha             1l    cannot be stoppedl Wa shall soon
vow ftlings for vow lo dono in         LOST: Pair of dark baue ski govs                         THE PARACHUTE CLUB is
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ganatral maating of tha sorng beco -to             world's fiWt Imele
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on February 1984. Look for             Eng. 146. Owners nwma on                                 oavils who want to go dolving                                                                    uary 30th at 7:30 PM in Rm. 216
                                       glov". Pla"        contact Maiec                                                                             atrictly coriitial. Photo and
spacbal rats during the vssk of                                                                 *re    invitodl We'll meet on                               wiH gourentaa reply. C/0             of the Union. All must attand          IT'S TIME agin to catch Coo- 8
Jan. 29-Feb. 10.                       O'Nt F-308 or pho"e 6-6366                               Thursday t 700 PM in the non-                                                                                                           Few at the CASS Chinese New
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ELECTROLYSIS: RUTH Frankd              LOST: A ring of kwy somawhere                            canl H     a t 2464267.                                                                          TAI CHI Chuen prctiom looking Union Ballroom 10:00 PM-3:00
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                                       Mike 246-4267. Reward.                                                                                        SO YOU'RE A lazy bum. Don't
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                                       Debbie 6-6726.                                                                                                PEC 181 lft out of butin mnt                Drink specielst 928-3388.        miss it.
                                                                                                 EROS IS NOW accepting appica-                       9:00 AM thi week at Smoke Run
                                       LOST: Red wallet in Map Room of                           tbon for the sprin 1984 w                           Form, Hollow Road, Stony Brook.
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                                        DID YOU KNOW dot Valentne's
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                                                                                                  (Thursday Night Time) a meeting
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                                                                                                  Christ, an interdenominational
                                        on Februay 13. 1984. Look for
                                        special rat" during the weeks of
                                                                                                  group wth emphasis on growng
                                                                                                  in and utndrstandng a parsonal
                                                                                                                                                     IF YOU THINK it's good at Stony
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                                        Jan. 29-Fo& 10.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                  ters must not exceed 350
                                                                                                  8:30 PM in the Sudent Union
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                                                                                                                                                                                                  words, and viewpoints must
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          St. Peters College
                    at 6:00 PM

             Mends Basketball Suffers Two Losses
                 By Jeff Eisenhart                                                                                                                When Dave Burda started sinking
         After a thrilling double overtime win                                                                                                jump shots from both corners the Pa-
       ,over York College on Monday night, the                                                                                                triots came back. Finally, they tied the
       Stony Brook Men's Basketball team fin-                                                                                                 game at 62 with 4:29 left in the game.
       ished out the week with two straight                                                                                                   The Pats took the lead on their next pos-
       losses. First they were defeated by the                                                                                                session when Angrum tapped in a
       Blood Hounds of John Jay College 53-44                                                                                                 missed shot a 3:49.
       before a home crowd on Wednesday.                                                                                                          Queen's retook the lead 66-64 off a
       Then they were beaten again at home on                                                                                                 bazaar four point play. With 3:14 left,
       Saturday night by Queens college. The                                                                                                   Roberts stole a pass, then proceeded to
       final score was 77-74 after the game                                                                                                   drive in for the lay-up. He made the shot,
       went into overtime.                                                                                                                     and was also intentionally fouled, giving
          John Jay College was led by Curtis                                                                                                   him two free throws.
       White, who scored 10 of his team high 16                                                                                                   With 0:52 remaining, the Pat's
       points during the second half, when the                                                                                                 Borbon connected on a jumper from the
       Blood Hounds broke the game wide                                                                                                        corner that tied the score at 68, and
       open.                                                                                                                                   drove the crowd into a frenzy.
          For much of the first half both teams                                                                                                   With 31 seconds left, Roberts hit two
       exchanged small leads. The Patriots                                                                         btatesman/Fsenny Kormweu
                                                                                                                                               foul shots to give Queens a 70-68 advan-
       had their biggest lead at 14-10, after          Greg "Magic" Angrum scored a game high of 20 points and rebounded 16 boards in
                                                       Wednesday's game.                                                                       tage. Then, with 12 seconds remaining,
       Greg "Magic" Angrum sank a free                                                                                                         Pat's Kurt Abrams threw in a pressure-
       throw that completed a three-point play         The Knights were led by Norman Ro-           In the final two minutes both teams        filled jump shot from the foul line that
       with 7:50 remaining in the first half         berts, Elliot Yorke, Gerard Roche, and      exchanged foul shots. when the final          tied up the game.
          After Stony Brook's Tabare Borbon          Wes Nelson, who combined for 63 of          buzzer sounded the Patriots suffered a            The second half of the game ended
       hit a jump shot to tie the game at 18-18      Queens' 77 points.                          53-44 defeat to John Jay College.             with Roberts taking one lst shot, and
       with 2:38 left in the first half, the Blood     The opening minutes of the first half       -John Jay' head coach, Nick McNichol        Pat's Burda rebounding the ball at the
       Hounds went into a stall and began to         saw both teams exchange leads. after        said his team's success in the second half    buzzer. This forced the game into
       hold for the last shot in the half.           Queens' Nelson sank two free throws at      was that "we ran a couple of set plays,       overtime.
          With the final seconds ticking away,       11:07, Queens went on a tear, outscoring    and we slowed down. I think we estab-        i In overtime, Queen's put the game out
       John Jay's Rich Callender backed his          the Patriots 12-3. This game the            lished a certain tempo, and also they         of reach, scoring the first five points.
       way into the basket and sank a short          Knights' a 30-19 lead.                      weren't making their shots."                  The Pats came to within three points
       jumper that also drew a foul. He made           The Patriots came roaring back, led                                                      after Borbon hit two foul shots with only
       that foul shot, completing a three point      by Frank Prantil, who scored eight            Patriot's head coach Dick Kendall            41 seconds left. It was too little, too late.
       play that gave the Blood Hounds a 21-18       points during a 12-2 scoring spree that     said, "the reason we lost is because we        The Patriots came up short, 77-74.
       halftime lead.                                brought the Patriots to within two          didn't make our inside shots. We had              After the gayne, Queen's head coach
                                                     points. Glen Bracia of Queens was           three times as many shots, but we didn't       Don Lizak credited the team's win to
          During the second half the Patriots        fouled at the buzzer. He promptly sank      make them. It's been the story of our          'the amount of poise we played with."
       never seemed to get on track. John Jay        two free throws to give Queens it's 34-30   whole season."
                                                                                                                                                   The Patriots were led by Burda and
       came out very strong. With 17:04 left in      halftime lead.                                The loss marred the fine performance         Angrum, who both soored 19 points.
       the game and thescore tied at 21, Cal-           The opening minutes of the second        of Angrum. He played another brilliant         Prantil also chipped in with 13 points.
       lender hit a jumper for John Jay that         half saw the Knights come out strong.       game, finishing with game highs in                These two lo e dropped the Patriot's
        started a string of nine unanswered           1heyoutcored the Pats' 14-7 and opened     scoring, 20 points, and rebounding 15           record to 6-11. The Pats will play their
        points and a 16-2 scoring spree. Four        up another 11 point lead.                   boards.                                         next game on Thursday at Old West-
 I      minutes later, at the 13-minute mark,          With Stony Brook trailing 48-37, Pats'      In one of the most exciting games of          bury College.
 c     -the Blood Hounds led 36-23. John Jay         head coach Kendall called a time-out        the season, the Patriots, were stunned            In a seperate game, Stony Brook's
        would not relinquish their lead. The Pa-     with 16:30 left to play. The Patriots       by the Knights of Queens College Sat-           Junior Varsity team upped it's record to
 <      triots could only cut the deficit to eight   quickly regrouped and began to slowly       urday. The Knights came into Stony              10-1 Saturday with a 74-63 victory over
       points, but no further.                       pick away their 11 point deficit.           Brook with a 1-15 record.                     Queens College.

 sI        Patriot Swimmers Take First Place in all Eventt
                          By Amy Glucoft                          event in 9:56.21. This was his season's best. Hansen also      completing it in 2:04.04. "Tommy will be very signifi-
                                                                  took first place in the 500-yard freestyle with a time of      cant to us," said DeMarie.
 .n       Patriot swimmers showed their true talents on Sat- 4:54.67.
  <r                                                                                                                                Artie Shemet took first place in the 200-yard back-
        urday when they defeated Fairfield College 6044. The         Swimmers in the 400Wyard medley relay were John             stroke with a time of 2:0.06.
* n     ,men not only took first place in all 13 events but broke Dennelly, Robert Schorr, Tom Aird and Donlevy.                    In the 200-yard breast stroke Peter Seals finished in
 CO     two school records as well.                               Their time was 3:45.28.                                        2:26.02, placing fir.t Scala is a new player, who has
          Richard Kowalski broke the record in the one-meter        Charlie Shemetplacd firstin the 200-yard freestyle           "done a great job," awrding to DeMarie         -
         diving event with 234.85 pointa. The old record was event. His time ws1:60.06. His brother, Artie, placed
                                                                                                                                    Dennelly, McAnulty, Schorr and Tim Ryan swam
        231 points, et by Fritz Fidele 'Me other broken me -- att5-7
                                                                Be co u                                                          the 400-yard fele       relay in 3:60&
         record was in the three-meter diving event with Fidele a 1         68J37-                                                  The PaS, who now holdal              arerveoptim-
       . getg 244.86 pints. He *          surpsed t learn he       -Co-captainJdf Koxak took second place in the 1,000-
                                                                                                                                 istc about the rest of the seson."no team is really
         brok hee scol e d           felt do      fter
                                                 an loing the yard freestyle event. He finished in 10:67.04. This was            shaping up."said HI.I       "we should go efeted in
         one sete/ "he aid.
               s                                                 the first time Kozak swam in this event This was done, the leagu" said Kay.
           Two Pat swimmers each took first place in two according to Coach John DeMarie, to give the tkam                The Patrs wll wm Bind t P         s Co-iegl
          venta Jame D v ple               first in the 60-yard more depth.                                                    ow night.
         fr*ely Ie e"ent with 22-60 and he completed the 100-       In the 200yard individualmedy, Kevin McAl             According to eMar* am of their        mees
         yard free~yle event is 0501. e
                             h           r
                                                                 did his          book finishing 2:07.49.               will be on         gaist NOw Pat Colesge *Is
           Bjar Hanee fiA
                             H       the 1,000ard        ee l       Aird abodidhisbetintbe200-yardbutterflyeet, going to be a refigh he said.