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                                                                                                                                                                                      High School Supplement
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 17                                           STONY BROOKPJ.Y._-
                                                                       _- _ I             -                        TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1970                                     I   This Friday in Statesman
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President and Top Officials Inspect Campu Is
            By STANLEY AUGARTEN                                Sciences building, returning through the Lecture                                     paved, why the lights didn't work, and what
               and BILL STOLLER                                Center area to the Administration building.                                          could be done about cars parked on the grass.
   Skirting    mud,   potholes    and   puddles,
                                                                 Joining Toll on the walk were his assistants,                                         He often turned to Gelman or Decker to
University President John S. Toll and five other
                                                               John Bumess and David Nichols, acting Vice                                           Jiscuss what might be done to solve a particular
officials took a walking inspection tour of the
                                                               President for Student Affairs Scott T. Rickard,                                      problem. On several occasions he asked Bumess
campus trying to obtain first hand some of the
                                                               Clifford Decker, director of maintainence, and                                       to speak to the missing Wagner about arranging
knowledge that many students have found with
                                                               Gerald Gelman from the financial office.                                             remedies.
their feet.
                                                               Planning office head Charles Wagner, who had                                            Members      of the group were quick to point
   While few definite proposals were made
                                                               been expected to walk with the group, did not                                        out to each     other new lighting fixtures recently
during the walk, Toll and the others discussed
                                                               appear.                                                                              installed on    many buildings, but they also found
problems ^,of the physical campus, and the
directions they might have to move in order to                    The group discussed mud and litter in and                                         areas where     it was obvious that darkness would
solve them. A few times, Toll made firm                        around the walkways from the Administration                                          prevail due     to non-existent or non-functioning
recommendations, stating, for instance, that a                 building to the Union, drainage problems in G                                        lights.
sign warning students to "exit at your own risk"               and H quads and in paths around construction                                           It was suggested that many drains don't work
be placed on rear exit doors of the Lecture                    sites, lighting of walkways in several areas, and                                    because of clogging and that others were
 Center, where they lead into construction sites.              hazards posed to the safety of members of the                                        improperly located or never constructed. Toll
    The six walked from the Administration                     University     community    by   the    increased                                    and Decker said they would see what could be
 building down to the area between the gym and                 construction.                                                                        done about filling potholes in paths and roads.
 Stony Brook Union, then to the edge of G quad.
 From there they went up to the Roth and                         Toll wondered aloud about the parking lot                                             Often, members of the group referred to what
 engineering area by way of the Earth and Space                behind the Union - why it wasn't permanently                                         the campus Master Plan has in store for certain
                                                                                                                                                    troublesome   locations and conceded that
 Stony Brook Ambulance Disabled;                                                                                                                    temporary solutions might be unnecessary.
                                                                                                                                                       Winding up the almost two hour walk,
 Emergency Service Is Suspended                                                                                                                     President Toll avoided purchasing a soft pretzel
                                                                                                                                                    from a student vendor in front of the
                                                                                                                                                    Humanities building, lest he sanction a business
                    By JAN WOLITZKY                            after one more accident. The company has not
    The Executive Committee of the Student Ambulance           communicated anything since the second accident, and                                 not   registered   with   the   Faculty-Student
 Corps has decided, by a three-fifths vote Saturday night,     it has been assumed that the Corps would be given "one                               Association.
 to suspend service for an indefinite period of time,          more chance." However,, if the ambulance is involved in
 possibly for a week to ten days, because of serious           another accident, which the Executive Committee feels
 mechanical difficulties with the service's only remaining     is quite likely due to the defective brake system, it is
 ambulance.                                                    almost certain that insurance coverage would be
    In a joint statement Dave Johnson, Ray Berger, and         cancelled. Such action would effectively put an end to
 Rich Heger, all members of the Executive Committee, it        the Ambulance Corps.
 said, "The ambulance has such bad brakes that we've               The ambulance has also been operating without such
 arbitrarily decided to shut down service until something      vital equipment as resuscitators, oxygen bottles, fire
 is done, out of consideration for our volunteers and the      extinguishers, and even splints and bandages. This
 students we serve."                                           equipment is now on order in Albany, but it is expected
    The ambulance corps presently owns two vehicles.            to be several weeks before it is received. Volunteers
 One, a Volkswagen minibus, is currently out of service         responding to an emergency have thus far had to "make
 for repairs after being involved in an accident several        do" with whatever is available.
 weeks ago. The other, a 1959 Cadillac ambulance, has              Until service is reinstated, all emergency calls will be
 been the only vehicle in operation, and has a dangerous        handled by the Setauket Fire Department, which served
 defect ,in its brake system. In the words of Dave              the campus before the Student Volunteer Ambulance
 Johnson, "One of these days, and soon, the ambulance           Corps was formed this semester. The fire department,
 won't stop, and four or five people will be killed." When      however, has sometimes taken as long as one and a half
 one volunteer heard of the suspension of service, he           hours to respond to a call on campus. During last
 commented, "It's about time."                                  spring's strikes, they waited at the main gate, refusing to
    In the Corps' short three-week history, during which        enter the University without a police escort. The Stony
 time a number of lives have been saved, each of the            Brook Fire Department ambulance has told the
 vehicles has been involved in an accident. After the first     University it will respond promptly.
 one, the company which insures the ambulances                     Students requiring emergency ambulance service are
 informed the service that it would cancel its coverage          instructed to call the infirmary at 5138 or 5139.                                                                                      tAtoller
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    November 17. 1970                                                          STATESMAN                                                                                                                         Page 3

 'Freak Outs ClinicPlanned N o w G"               rou S t r i v i ng r
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         By JAN WOLITZKY             "There were more volunteers            "freak-outs" on campuz The                                                Organization of Wome
                                     than trippers. A new patient           greatest problem in doingtis e           (NOW) met Thursday to discuss tactics with which I
                                     fo u n d
 It was decided to organize a                 himself surrounded by         said, is a lack of manpower.             secure equality for women on the Stony Brook campus.
workshop-type    meeting to          five or snVolunteer                                     are needed to help         he k ey topic f o r discussion centered around a
I                                    ad d ed       to
procedures used in dealing withe                 paranoia" on the part      at this type of clinic at the Hot        proposed letter to be sent to SUNY administrators iini
"bringing down" people, in a
                                      of the patients.                      Tuna and Traffic concerts on             Albany as well as to officials in the Stony Broolk
meeting last Thursday of the             At the concerts, there were        Noveem te e r 23 aw
                                                                                               nd 2 4 . Anyone       administration.
                                                                            i te r s d in  1
                                                                                                 ork n g s ho u ld   a m  u r uo
volunteers who had helped
                                     'two groups working together on                                                                                                      SUNY heads to discuss allege !d
                                                                               n t ct
during    the  Grateful   Dead        bringing people down, one at the      co a Gail Bainbndge at 3675.               The letter will request time to                    low proportion of women iin
I                                     gym, the other at the infirmary        r Mrs.- Pa lm ie " a t 6810 or
                                                                            68 1
                                                                                                                     be     given       for      NOW                      faculty positions, as gradual Le
                                      Gail Batinbridge    the group's            1                                   representatives to meet with                         students,      and    receivinkg
         Workshop Tomorrow            coordinator for SAB, headed the                   ^      I             D           *               W           -                    fellowships for graduate studsV.

tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. in the
     The workshop will be held       estimated that some 30 to 40
                                     trippers were aided at the gym,
                                                                                                                  ev ew sr
                                                                                                                                                       an                 for better lighting
                                                                                                                                                                                  campus, as well as day cai re
                                                                                                                                                                                                                to    kg
                                                                                                                                                                                          s t u d e t a n d f a c u lt
Infirmary building. Preparations     and another 20 at the Infirmary.                       S                              C
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for volunteer groups who will be
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working at the Hot Tuna and             General methods use at the
                                                             ed                                                                                                                      NOW Divided
Traffic concerts later this month                                                                           By CHRIS CARTY
                                     concerts were discuss                        A                                                                                          NOW is divided into many
will     be     discussed,    and                            ;ed. One                    proposal t o reform the academic calendar which would
                                     worker commented, "V                    c o nc l u de f n a l                                                                        smaller groups concerned with
information generally pertinent      it by ear. " More spaVe fpallad                           i   examinations before winter recess will go before the                   dealing with different aspects of
to dealing with aiding people on                                             Facu lt
                                     according to Mrs. Palmi4clileavey
                                                              i                          y Senate at its Thursday meeting, after unanimous passage by                     sex discrimination. The Abotioh
bad trips will be shared.                                                    t he
                                     attempt was made to "Icut dowry                University Curriculum Committee.                                                      Committee is trying to develtp
   The                               on sensory input." cue two
                                                              '                           proposal, approved recently in a student straw poll, will be                    an information service which
           purpose     of    last
                                     rooms used were large ; and bare         presented to the Senate body as the 4-0-4 plan - a program where                            would make low-cost or no-cost
Thursday's meeting, according
                                     dimly lit, and made as quiet as         students would be offered no academic options during the                                     abortions available to students.
to Mrs. Betty Palmieri, director                                                                                                                                          It is also concerned with alleged
of Nursing Services for the          possible. Some studentts played         approximate month-long recess between semesters.
                                     guitars to distract pat ients. At            Originally, the proposal was in the form of 4-1-4, but was                              inability of the SB Infirmary to
University Health Service who                                                                                                                                             deal
                                     the gym, the room was far               amended to the 4-0-4 plan after rejection by the Executive                                              with    gynecological,
coordinated the operation of the                                                                                                                                          problems.
"Freak-Out"     clinic, was to       enough from- the cone ert stage         Committee of the Faculty Senate.
                                     to keep the musicc a t a                                                                                                                The      Campus       Policies
 "recap and evaluate" the work                                                    The Executive Committee, in reviewing the proposal after the
                                      "pleasant" level.                                                                                                                   Committee is trying to make the
of the volunteers at the October                                             Curriculum Committee, rejected the plan viewing the University as                            female members of the faculty
30-31 concerts.                                                              inadequately prepared to implement a curriculum change involving                             and administration aware of
                                                      One Fear               new programs, courses, and instructors at this time. A spokesman for                         NOW's existence.
      Cooperation 'Fantastic'                                                                                                                                                                   They are
                                                                             the committee also indicated that the proposal failed to delineate                           presently forming a Speaker's
   Most of what was said at the         One fear that many students the academic programs sufficiently.                                                                   Workshop in order to spread
meet i ng          was      ve r y   had about the service                                                                                                                NOW ideas off-campus to local
complimentary.             IL The    threat of being arrest was the              According to Biology Professor, Elof Carlson, chairman of the
                                                                                                                                                                          schools and groups.     -
cooperation around here was          narcotics charge whi Ie being E x e c u t iv e Committee, the calendar revision was amended after
just fantastic," -said Arlyss        treated. However, it w as stated consultation with the other members of the committee. Rather than                                             Advertising         Group
Anderson, a nursing student at       at the meeting that "n< D one will scrap the plan altogether, Carlson and members of the Committee
Stony Brook, who was in charge       be busted."' Any patiient who felt that it would be better to implement the revision in a "two stage                                The Media group of NOW is
of first aid at the gym the nights   must be sent to the he       ospital is plan."                                                                                   determined       to   end    unfair
of the concerts. Ed Anderson, a      first checked to make s u r e tha t          St a g e o n e
                                                                                                 would merely finalize the semester before winter recess.             advertising which degrades the
teacher at the Health Sciences       he is "clean." Accordin g to Miss Stage two would involve setting up                                                             average housewife. They called
                                     Anderson, "We're                                                                  optional academic programs both
Center, commented, "I was very                                 tr y in g t o                                                                                          for a ban of products which they
                                     establish                               structured and independent at some future date. If approved by the
much impressed by the system."                       a credibilil                                                                                                     claim     illustrate  women       as
                                     infirmary        is here for        the  administration, stage one could conceivably begin in the 1971-72                        imbeciles, such as Silva Thins,
   There was some criticism of       students."                              academic year.                                                                           and Mennen Deodorant.
the rolunteers' efforts. One                  r~~~~~            '                Since the Faculty Senate acts only in, an advisory capacity, Dr.                        A new group was organized,
complaint was the confusion                                                  Carlson sees Thursday's meeting as a means of assessing faculty                          the     Consciousness       Raising
resulting   from    the over-            At       the     meetinig,      Dr. receptivity to the plan. The proposal originally called for                              Committee,           which      will
abundance of workers for the         McWhirter, the MedicalI Director examinations to be concluded before what is now the winter recess,                              experiment       with    increasing
job. Said Stan Greenbaum, a          for the Health Service , brought followed by a month-long combined intersession-winter recess. In                                awareness of the members of
resident counselor from Kelly        up the possibility of sex    ttingup a. order to insure the completion of the state required number of                           Stony Brook's chapter of NOW.
who helped at the concerts,          permanent corps to P handle              weeks of classroom instruction, classes would begin approximately                          The meeting ended with the
                                                                                                                                                                      designation of Tuesday, Dec. 8
                                                                             one week earlier than under the present calendar. Spring semester                            AC L
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                   By BILL STOLLER
   Petty larceny was the charge leveled against three Stony
Brook students, who, police said, were arrested early
Friday morning after allegedly stealing food from Tabler
   The three were arrested by         recommended        the three be
University police who arrived on      charged with the misdemeanor
the scene responding to a call        rather than with University
from an anonymous female, at         charges, because the Housing
about 12:15 a.m.                     office could not prosecute the
   According to police, two of       commuting        students.   Seigel
the students were seized as they     added that he felt the University
left the cafeteria through a         Community would support the
window,      and    another    was   action, due to the increased
discovered by patrolmen coming       crime rate on campus.
down a stairwell inside the              The students paid bail of $25
building.                            each and were released pending
        Students Identified          court trial on the charges.
   Police identified them as Judy        Meanwhile,     campus police
Blair, 20, of Stony Brook, Kevan     report no decrease in the rate of
Conlin, 20, of Freeport, and         illegal activity at the University,
Dreiser College resident William     with vandalism and thefts from
Donegan, 21.                         automobiles       accounting    for
   One police official said that     many reports. Thefts from              FIRST TIME: The Ashley Schiff Memorial Scholarship, named in honor of the late Dr. Schiff, was
the three had taken a few loaves     rooms, both residential and            awarded for the first time. Mr. John Bockino of the Alumni Association presented the award to student
of bread, a quantity of peppers      academic, are still at high levels,    Solomon Mensah, a star soccer player, as University President John S. Toll watched with approval.
and a five pound box of cheese.      police said.                                                                                                                                               photo by Larry Rubin
The official said one of the
                                                         --     ----
                                                              -- - --
males arrested had at least ten                -

dollars in his wallet. He said the     Eyes Examined                                    Prescriptions Filled                                                       -i-l
three gave no motive other than
hunger for their actions.
   At 6:45 a.m. Friday, after
police called Prophet Foods                          Looking ]For                                                                           LgefW
Manager     Monty      Zullo . to
headquarters to identify the                                                                                                            Delightfully different Italian Cuisine
                                                              'f                                 A
               the three
                to the Suffolk
                              were                    Wire   Im  s                               .                                      Fresh Sea Food        Prime Steaks
County Police Sixth Precinct                                                                                                                DINNER - LATE SUPPERS
headquarters for booking.
                                                                                        Pen and Pncal Building
                                                                                                                                         ""Pizzas and Pitchers of Beer"".
                                             Fredeick Cuffad
      Acting Director of Security              optometrist                                      ?
                                                                                                HR       - 4422           Route 25A                       East Setauket                             941-4840
    Ron    seigel'- said that he
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    November 17, 1970
Pae 4                                                                                                                                                                            STATESMAN

    President's Wife Discusses Her Role At SB
                  By ROBERT WARREN                                                                                                                                     cultural background (to the
  ""Very intense, very serious, very bright (and) not at all                                                                                                            campus)."S
                                                                                                                                                                          A life-long resident of this
concerned with image or style . . . " In these words,                                                                                                                  area, Mrs. Toll feels that the
Deborah Toll describes lher new husband, John, - the                                                                                                                   University walks a very fine
University's president. But, she says, "you can't really                                                                                                               path between the ultra-right and
                                                                                                                                                                       left. "(It's) very difficult to keep
describe your husband in terms (other) people would                                                                                                                    moving ahead along this path."
understand."                                                                                                                                                           The reason why Stony Brook
             Marriage             week hiking through the hills of I                                                                                                   has been able to develop, she
   Married on October 24, Dr. Vermont,- where Dr. Tol                                                                                                                  asserts, is because the Governor
Toll and the former Deborah !'turned out to be able to hike                                                                                                            has "gone down the line for
Taintor met three years ago at a 15 miles in tour hours ... while                                                                                                      Stony Brook."
party given by her parents, Dr. I figured out which roads would                                                                                                                    Women's Lib
and Mrs. Charles Taintor of Belle intersect his path and drove to                                                                                                         Mrs. Toll describes herself as a
Terre.    They were brought       them **                                                                                                                              militant women's liberationist,
together "by people who we                    Wife's                                                                                                                   feeling that a woman's place
suspect wanted to introduce us"      Mrs. Toll describes the role of I                                                                                                 should not be in the home doing
As a free-lance writer working in the     president's     wife as                                                                                                 kI   nothing but taking care of
New York City, Miss Taintor       "ill-defined - like a student                                                                                                        children. "The idea of the
commuted "many hours on the       taking courses without getting                                                                                                  II   mother doing nothing except
Long Island Railroad coming out   any credit for them." But she                                                                                                   I
                                                                                                                                                                       raising children means that the
to meet John (Dr. Toll) for sees her function as both social                                                                                                           children don't actually envision
dates."                           and informal - social in that she                                                                                                    what kind of role they are going
   In   the past weeks, the       should be concerned with                                                                                                             to have in society, because they
newlyweds have been extremely     housing and the quality of life                                                                                                 I
                                                                                                                                                                       have one adult who is just at
busy, spending a honeymoon in     on the campus. She believes it is                                                                                               i    their beck and call and is not
Vermont, visiting Washington      possible to sense if potential                                                                                                  I    really very involved in society."
for a conference, and settling faculty members sincerely want                                                                                                          Charging that the percentage of
down at home. "It was an to work at Stony. You can tell                                                                                                                new faculty men to women is
achievement," comments Mrs.       what kind of contribution                                                                                                            greatly in favor of men, Mrs.
Toll, to be able to get him away  they'll     make outside the                                                                                                         Toll feels that she would like to
from the University to go on a classroom. It's becoming more                                                                                                           have an influence on this. "Most
honeymoon. The couple spent a     and more important (to bring)                                                                                                   I
                                                                                                                                                                       girls don't realize they'll have
                                                                                                                                                                       careers and they'll love them."
                                                                                                                                                                          The situation at Stony Brook,
                                                                                                                                                                       though, is not unique. Mrs. Toll
                                                                                                                                                                       comments that in any business
                                                                                                                                                                       hierarchy, the job opportunities
                                                                                                                                                                       for women is "shockingly
                                                                                                                                                                       limited." She notes that women
                                                                                                                                                                       now feel they want to have a
                                                                                                                                                                       hand in policy decisions. "Why
                                                                                                                                                                       spend 20 years raising a son and
                                                                                                                                                                       having him killed in a senseless
                                                                                                                                                                           Discussion of drugs among
                                                                                                                                                                       faculty members, says Mrs. Toll,
                                                                                                                                                                       is alarming to some. She find
                                                                                                                                                                       that student or anyone who has
                                                                                                                                                                       a certain liberal attitude are
                                                                                                                                                                       more receptive in discussions
                                                                                                                                                                       about sex or drugs.
                                                                                                                                                                           "The old role of the
                                                                                                                                                                       University as a parent is dying
                                                                                                                                                                       out. The University is still
                                                                                                                                                                       responsible for the physical                                                            photos by Robert F. Cohen
                                                                                                                                                                       safety of students and for their
                                                                                                                                                                       health," remarks Mrs. Toll, but
                                                                                                                                                                       "when a person comes to college
                                                                                                                                                                       he should be able to make a free
                                                                                                                                                                       choice about how he lives his
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  NYC Group Provide
                                                                                                                                                                           A complete interview with
                                                                                                                                                                       Mrs. Toll will be broadcast
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Cheap Abortions
                                                                                                                                                                       Wednesday night at 11 p.m. on                 The Manhattan Pregnancy Advisory Service which has
       WHO CAUSES PREGNANCY?                                                                                                                                            the campus radio station, WUSB,
                                                                                                                                                                        820 AM.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  been assisting young people in obtaining inexpensive
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  abortions within the state, has offered its services to Stony
   It takes two to tango. Men must share the responsibility for pre-                                                                                                                                              Brook students.
   venting unwanted pregnancy. After all, it's your future (and the                                                                                                                 APOLOGIA
                                                                                                                                                                            Peter Coles was erroneously;
   future of someone close to you) that's at stake. We've made it                                                                                                        represented       in    Friday's            MPAS is able to provide the best possible medical help,
   easy for you to do your part. Now you can get condoms-nationally                                                                                                      Statesman, as having said that an        in carefully      researched, cooperating hospitals and
   known and imported European brands-by mail from a new non-                                                                                                            Injunction   could be obtained
                                                                                                                                                                         [from the Polity Judiciary] to
   profit family planning agency. No questions asked. So get with it                                                                                                     prohibit the showing of last             hospital-affiliated clinics. It also serves prospective patients
   Write now for full details without obligation. (We also have books                                                                                                    weekend's movie.                         as an advisory service for problem pregnancies.
   on birth control.)                                                                                                                                                       Mr. Coles, in fact had warned,
                                                                                                                                                                         the chairman of COCA that an                  Students  who      telephone
                                                                                                                                                                         admission charge could not be              MPAS are given all the necessary
    .0.............@@@........                    ..........         . ............................................................                                      levied unless the Student Council                                              explanation      of the     iarious
     POPULATION SERVICES, INC.                                                                                                                                           approved it. We regret the error.          information, and a complete         medical       procedures.     Since
     105 N. Columbia St., Dept G-2 j , Chapel JiM, N. C. 27514                                                                                                                                                                                          appointments are made with
        Gentlemen: Please send me full details without obligation:                                                                                                                                                                                      doctors for the same day of a
   I                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    girl's visit at MPAS, waiting is
        Name-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           eliminated.
        Address                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Referrals are made to Board
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Certified      Gynecologists      at
        City                                                                                  State.                                         Zip                                                                                                        hospitals and clinics in the City,
    ................................................................................................................................                                    m                                                                               and to a private gynecological
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        clinic on Long Island, to which a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        free limousine service is provided
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        from MPAS in-New York. -

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                                                                                                                                                                                                             ia             orronment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            If the patient is less than
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        twelve weeks pregnant, the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        operation takes place in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        morning, and providing the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        -gynecologist agrees, she may
                                                                                                                                       -I                                                                    AFTS          INCENSE   PIPES              leave in the late afternoon,
                        SUNY at STONY BROOK                                                                                                                                                                                                             following      her   post-operative
                        STONY BROOK UNION 4                                                                                                     CHAGALL,                                                     NGPAPER           SCENTED   CANDLES        examination.         Contraceptive
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        advice will then be given if
                          ART GALLERY                                                                                                           BASKIN,                                                                                                 requested. Patients more than
                                                                                                                                                ROUAULT,                                                                                                twelve weeks pregnant will be
                                                                                                                                                DAUMIER                                                                                                irequired to stay overnight.
                       TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17                                                                                                                                                                                                            , A charge of $10.00 is made
                                                                                                                                                & MANY                    Tony Del Pozzo's Original
             WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18                                                                                                                                                                                                                    jby MPAS for administrative
                                                                                                                                                OTHERS                                                                                                  Iwork involved, information, and
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                                          NOON to 10 p.m.                                                                                                                                                                                                referral. Pregnancy tests will also
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         cost to the student.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Italian Cuisine - Pizza - Sea Food                                   As a guide, the total fee,
                                    a         v                  i                      t                  '                      s                 MD.
                                                                                                                                            M~~~~~~~~BLTIMORE,                                                                                           payable to the doctor, would
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         vary from $300 to $375, but
                                                                                                                                                                                  SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TAKE OUTS                                         could be higher if the woman is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         more      than    twelve     weeks

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                                                                                                                                                                                     Port Jefferson HR - 3 - 1220
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         pregnant and/or admitted to a
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November 17, 1970

I                           ----------------                  ---- Returning From Algeria

    English Professor Awaits Youth Revolution                                                                                                                                                l.
                   By BILL SOIFFER                                                                                               worldwide and encompAss all the           duial, economic
   "I am a revolutionary and I write," declared Astant                                                                           and ultural up   of society.
Professor of English Jonah Raskin after a recent return
from a trip to Algeria. Raskin told Statesman that he                                                                               In talking with Eldridge Cleaver, Raskin samd that
went to Algeria for his own personal fulfillment and to                                                                          Cleaver is      Wsred an ambassdor ex-officio by the
write about his experience.                                                                                                      Algerian government. Cleaver meets regularly with the
                                                                                                                                 Red Chinese and the North Koreans as well as other
                                                                                                                                 liberation groups at the Black Panther embassy in
   While there, he met with EldridoeCleaver, Timothy                                                                             Algiers. He wants to return to the U.S. to aid the
Leary and representatives of the provisional government                                                                          revolution but cannot because he faces criminal charges.
of South Vietnam, the Viet Cong. Not new to
revolutionary causes, Raskin worked with SDS, the                                                                                   At the Black Panther embassy in -Algiers, Raskin met
Black Panthers and wrote for Liberation News Service as                                                                          with representatives of the provisional government of
a student at Columbia University.                                                                                                South Vietnam, the Viet Cong. He said that the Viet
                                                                                                                                 Cong are aware of the American youth culture and had
                                                                                                                                 seen the film Woocktock. He clains the Viet Cong can
   Wnen asked to compare the revolution in the United                                                                            relate to American youth. They also called the Nixon
States with that in Algeria, Raskin brought out the point                                                                        peace plan totally false and unacceptable.
that the Nixon "death culture" is suppressing freedom
and exists only for the promotion of imperialism in                                                                                 Raskin also talked with Timothy.Leary, the Harvard
Southeast Asia and throughout the world. He said with                                                                            professor arrested for possession of drugs who escaped
emphasis that the Black people are in actuality a colony                                                                         prison and fled to Algeria. Raskin said -hat Leary
of the U.S. and that they face the oppression of a racist                                                                        believes in the necessity of an internal as well as an
government. "There must be a fundamental change in                                                                               external revolution of the world. An internal revolution
American Society," he said and "it must start with the                                                                           would consist of a reconsitution of the old structures of
Black people." Furthermore, "there is a new nation                                                                               the mind through the the use of hallucinatory drpgs. An
being formed in the old," as exemplified by the youth                                                                            external revolution would be accomplished through
culture. Their whole alientation from society, againpt the     JONAH RASKIN: The English Department assistant                    protests, demonstrations and an eventual arms struggle.
background of what has happened in America is                  professor (center) stands with Sekou Odingo (left) of the         Leary told Raskin that he was impressed with the
embodied in their rock music, communes, drugs and the          Black Panthers and Brian Flanigan of the Yipples in               organization of the Weathermen and that they were not
refusal to fight in a senseless war. Quoting the Jefferson     Algeria.                                                          dehumanized but really warm people.
 Airplane, Raskin said, "we are all outlaws, in the eyes of
 America" implying that when the revolution comes, it          faced the destruction of their Arabic culture through                Raskin, the revolutionary, now eagerly awaits the
 will be for a better America.                                 assimilation by the French. He went on to say that living         time when his own revolution will become reality. With
                                                               in Algeria today is like a third world. 'Mere is, along           the President being stoned with rocks in San Jo6e and
   The Algerian people, under French colonial rule in          with the spirit of revolution, poverty, health hazards and        the Vice President denouncing youth by quoting the
1960, were very much in the same position as the               poor housing unlike anything in the U.S. He ended by              Beatles' "I get high with a little help from my friends"
-"people" of the United States are today. The Algerians        stating that when the revolution comes it will be                 it appears doubtful that he will wait very long.

            Attorney Describes Getting Busted I In Suffolk
       By STEPHAN ROSENBERGER                  premises.      The    individual  is   then         is immediately tried in a county court.
    If there is one place in New York state    handcuffed, which in Suffolk county is                  The outcome of the trial itself,
 where it would be least advisable to get      standard treatment for all felons, even             explained Mr. Namm, hinges on what is
 busted, according to Stuart Namm              unlicensed drivers. The individual should           called      a     motion      to    suppress
 attomey-at-law, it is Suffolk county.         then be advised of his constitutional               evidence-namely, the evidence has been
 Speaking in Roth cafeteria Thursday           rights. At this point, Mr. Namm pleaded,            illegally seized, in violation of the fourth
 night, Namm, who has a perfect acquittal      the     individual should remain silent.            aammendment. If this motion is denied,
                                               The policeman involved, he pointed out,             said Namm, "it almost always means the
 record for Stony Brook bust victims,                                                              ballgame." Namm also pointed out that
 called     Suffolk   county "the     most     has been well briefed on what is necessary
                                                to obtain       a conviction, and any              few people go to jail on a first marijuana
 conseritive in New York state." He                                                                offense.
 claimed that among a very active              statements the busted individual makes
                                               can only be held against him. The one                   Namm cleared up a number of
 narcotics squad, perjuring policemen and                                                          misconceptions       concerning marijuana
 some incredibly inhumane judges, a             thing the individual should do is assert his
                                                right to call a lawyer.                            laws. A narc can deny being a narc and
 person busted in Suffolk county is in very                                                        still make an arrest. The so-called
 serious trouble.                                  From here, all persons concerned go to
                                                Suffolk County Criminal Court for                  "defense of entrapment" holds only
     Busts have become a fact of life at                                                           -when the "entrapped" person can prove
 Stony Brook. However, Mr. Namm                 arraignment. The arrested individual
                                                should have a lawyer present here. His             that     he    was    otherwise    innocent.
 continually emphasized, drug cases can be                                                         Secondly, the sale of a drug does not
 won, particularly if an individual knows       parents should also be there, since he can
                                                then be released in their custody rather           necessarily imply an exchange of money.
 what to do in the event that he does get                                                           In other words, don't give joints to
 busted. Mr. Namm went on to describe           than paying bail. The purpose of the
                                                arraignment is to determine whether the            strangers. As far as possession goes, in a
 the proceedings during a bust, always                                                             car, everyone is guilty; in a room, only
 emphasizing the role of the busted             individual should be held for a jury trial.
                                                   However, in most Stony Brook cases,             the individual on whose property the
     If   busted,   an individual should        warrants were obtained through grand               drugs were found. A search on the street
                                                jury indictments. A grand jury consists of         is illegal unless the policeman doing the
  immediately ask to be shown a warrant,
  whether it be a search, grand jury or         twenty jurors, all volunteers, to whom a           searching has reason to believe that the       Cafeteria, the attorney called Suffolk
                                                case is presented before the arrest. Under         person is armed. Finally, before anyone is     "the most conservative county in New
  judge of county court warrant. If the                                                                                                           York State.""
                                               -this kind of indictment, arraignments are          convicted of anything, the police must
  arresting policeman has a warrant, he has                                                                                                                                 photo by Larry Rubin
  the right to search that person and his       dispensed with and the arrested individual         make a chemical test of the seized drugs.


                                                                                D CATCH

                   Poetry Place                                                       IA.
                                                                                                                   YOUR JET
                                                                                                                   I   I                    4

                                                                                                 UNl      YH&a VAJ
                             By JOAN ARENA
                                                                                    Now L.U.   Airports Limousine Service,
       Oh! Divine and benevolent, all-powerful being! Thou hath led us              in addition to its regular hourly
    to the green pastures of Stony Brook, and we humbly rejoice in the              omnibus service to scheduled stops
    light show of Thy glowing goodness!
                                                                                    in Stony Brook (at the railroad
       Lord, Thou hath disproven the evil powers of the soothsayers,                station), Setauket and Port Jefferson,
    false accusers, and my high school guidance counselor! Through Thy              offers to pick up you or a group
    divine assitance and a State Loan, Thou hast gotten me into Stony               on the campus and whisk you to
    Brook with a C+ average!                                                        your plane at LaGuardia or JFK at
                                                                                    surprisingly low rates. Let us be
       Lord! Thou hast given me the patience of Job, and I rejoice! Thou             responsible for getting your visiting
    hast proven to all the value of this saintly virtue! Thy humble
    children hath known the blessings of the Grateful Dead! Our heads                scholars and academicians to and from
    hath reached the unknown heights of Heaven! Thy children hath                    the airports. Round-trip and half-fare
    returned to the Garden, and, in Thy infinite widsom, thou hast                   family rates are available to riders on i
    blesses the crops with plenteousness!                                            the scheduled route service.            4
      Protect us, oh Lord, from those who would maketh thy children
    to wander forever in the darkness of the night! We humbly beseech
                                                                                     CALL for Exnoden 25
    thee to fill our campus with the wonderous glory of thy Heavenly                        M1wnmt9,-cm M~if oobW7uU
    powers, and turn on the lights after 6 o'clock!                                           AJAR     m-b,{Zl 7

      Oh! Divine Being, only these insignificant things we humbly ask!
    Saveth thy children from those who would dealeth bad stuff, and
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    closeth off all roads to the Suffolk County Police!
                                                                                        CONVENIENT * COMFORTABLE * LOW RATES * GROUP CHARTERS
      Lord! Forsake us not! Banish the Evil Prophet from Thy
    children's home! Deliver us from those who causeth the masses to                       * Courtesy phone at lugg1 area of all airlines terminals.
    puketh up its lunch!                                                                   * Regularly hourly scheduled trips to and from YOUR VILLAGE
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      Only those meager things grat us, oh Lord! And Thy Spirit shall
    dwell in the house of Stony Brook forever!
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                                                                                                              Reversed PositonI
                                                                                                            During the final week of October, campus police at the
                                                                                                         State University of New York at Stony Brook had to
                                                                                                        evacuate 43 building as a result of bomb threats.
                                                                                                            On the same campus, an micreasing number of thefts,
                                                                                                         robberies, attacks and         ilts, generally carried out by
                                                                                                        students on other students, are creating error and
                                                                                                         uncertainty within student life. 'Me tribulations of campus
Edtril                                                                      I                    _^H    life have become so great that University students, who
                                                                                                        less than two years ago regarded the Suffolk County Police
                                       |~~~a~                    I                               _^H    Department with virulent loathing and demonstrated to
                                                                                                 _^J    have police swept off the campus, now beseech the
                                                                                                 _^H    authorities to provide more protection. In short, the
                                                                                                        students at Stony Brook and at other campuses
                                                                                                 _^H    throughout the country are finding that, far from living a
                                                                                                 _^H    blessed existence superior to the older generation, they
                                                                                                        move within a microcosm of society that is not greatly
                                                                                                 _^H    distinguished from the larger world outside. In another
                                                                                                 _J     sense, the wave of terror with which young extremists seek
                                                                                                        to overturn established society is backfiring, and working
                                                                                                        much of its harm against the college community of the
                                                                                                            There ought to be a moral somewhere here. After a few
                                                                                          ** *          years' drenching in the rhetoric of college youth - their
     Once again,         the University's        implicated a reporter for this newspa iper as          concern for theenvironmenttheir longing for peace, their
administration has broken its promise to         being responsible for the continued delay              respect for the rights of one another - a visitor to the
the freshmen that they would be de-tripled,      in the opening of building B. It hasci aimed           University campus is in for a surprise. Lecture halls
and has thus coninued its policy of              that an article published herein raise the
                                                                                        ad              overflow with trash left by students, the campus is littered,
snubbing the students.                           interest of Albany, who said that they                 cars and dormitories are broken into, a darkened- lane
     Last year, when it was revealed that        [Albany] would have to certify comp letion             invites a mugging. In this age of supposed freedom, respect
 Gruzen would not be ready for complete          of the building before occupancy could                  for individual rights seems to be on the way out on the
occupancy, the housing office assured the        take place. If anything, Albany shotuld be             nation's campuses, despite all the rhetoric to the contrary.
freshmen that none would be tripled - that       commended for taking this at1          titude.          Tragically, the culprits seem to be the students themselves..
room-would be found for them somewhere.          Students should not be forced to live in
                                                                                        I                They will have to learn a hard lesson, that there will be no
Sure, in rooms that were already doubled.        sub-standard housing - without hot water,               good will between nations until there is good will between
 Now that they are tripled, freshman have         phone service, or electricity.                        neighbors. Their parents are still struggling with that one,
 little hope of being de-tripled.                    Students are people too, not fiaceless             along with the rest of us, which shows, perhaps, that age to
     If the administration had not been           commodities with which a Universit)y does              one side we are still all of the same human condition. It's
 caught up in its own little game, it would       business. The administration must realize              the condition that always needs improving - and it always
 have been able to project admission figures      this, and quickly.                                     falls to the young to lead the way.
 which would have given each student                                                                        It is not terribly comforting to see the evils of the older
 adequate housing. Instead, students have                                                                world repeating themselves on the country's campuses.
 now become totally disconcerted with the
 University. Tripled students should ask for
                                                  ApproveTactiICS                                         (The above was an editorialprinted last week in the PortJefferson
                                                                                                        Record.)                                         *
 a total refund in housing money, with the           Ever since the May 12, 1969 raid wnlcn
 rationale being the harrowing psychological      netted 18 freshmen, members <of the
 experience created by living in a tripled        University administration have atte  ?mpted             If you have a problem you want solved, or
  situation.                                      to arrange a procedure by which st tudents              a question answered. . .
      The total undergraduate population for      who are accused of breaking the law be
  1970-71 was projected, in late March, to be     arrested, without disrupting normal c:ampus
  6954, with a projected enrollment of about
  1400 freshmen. The administration should
  know that construction usually takes
                                                     The result was witnessed last week i,when
                                                  three students were informed by Uni iversity
                                                                                                             Dial Action
  longer than anticipated on this campus, and
  should not have scheduled occupancy of a
  building in an unreasonably short period. It
                                                  personnel that warrants were out fc their

                                                  themselves at security.
                                                  arrests, and that they should sur rrender                 (516) 246-3690
  has done so in the past, and as before, had        The Suffolk County Police Depa rtment
  the same situation on its hands.                                                                                                           Weekdays 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
                                                  has come a long way toward coop erating
      What's more, the housing office has         with University officials.                                                           Sun. & Weds. 9 p.m. - midnight
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    of the People Voice of the People Voice of th(                                                                                                                                                         6.*

                                                  Vicki Atlas               Christine    Sync       police that preventing Mr. Riggerman              from reliable sour        for Riggerman's
Action, Now!                                      Louise Wood                   Elzaet    Fewma     from entering the embassy, which had              well-being while he is in Soviet pn'son.
    To the Editor:                                Suan W        B                Teddy     Man      invited him, was a violation of his rights           It is important that telegrams and
    Again, Stony Brook bureaucracy reigns         Diane Perions                            b
                                                                                    Adele AeU       and also a violation of the consular              letters be sent to Secretary of State
supreme. Freshman have just been                                                                    agreement between the United States and           Rogers at the State Dept., Washington,,
                                                             and 86 ote                             the Soviet Union. A policeman replied,            D.C. calling on him to defend leonid
informed that de-tripling is "postponed
                                                                                                    "'He is a criminal." Riggerman was seized         Riggerman,      and to Ambassador
indefinitely." What kind of shit is this?
    The administration building took only                                                           again and driven away in a car. He was            Dobrynin, USSR Embady, Washington,
a year to complete, and priorities have           Defend American in USSR                           charged with refusing to follow police            D.C., demanding Riggersm be- freed.
                                                                                                    orders and deliberately laying on the             Telephone congren          and senator as
been given to fiish the library, lecture          To the Editor:
                                                                                                                                                                         Linda at 780h for
hall complex, but not Stage XII!                     Further unfortunate developments               gound. His initial sentence was one week          well ! Call
                                International                                                       in jail. There is considerable amnrehension       information.                     L. o Aroys
    We can't blame the                            have ensued since Tass, the Soviet press
College for not wanting to move into a            agency, denounced Linda Lebowitz, a
half-finished dorm. We do blame the               Stony Brook student who visited Russia
 Housing Office for promiin us that               last summer. Leonid Riggerman, whose
 de-tripling will begin by Thanksgiving.          acquaintance Linda happened to make in
    There are many single rooms (off the          the USSR, has been incarcerated by the
 record, of course) around campus. It is          Soviet authorities.
 also ridiculous to squeeze three people             Leonid is the son of an American-born
 into a small room when RA's are singled,         mother and a naturalized American
 and their rooms are almost twicethe size         citizen father. He was in the process of
 of ours.                                         affirming his American citizenship and,
    It is difficult enough for freshmen to        on Nov. 10, was on his way to the
 adjust to campus life and new                    American Embassy to finalize his papers.
 roommates. Too bad the Housing Office            The uniformed Soviet guards at the
 wants tocreateneurotics out of us. Flared        embassy gates stopped him, forced him
.tempers are a normal way of life in              into a car and interrogated him for several
 tripled rooms.                                   hours.
     Maybe Mr. Chason (Director of                    Upon release, Riggerman telephoned
 Housing) should spend a few weeks in a           the American consulate, which invited
 triple. Then, perhaps, we'd get some             him to come again that afternoon. A
 consideration.                                   consular official was awaiting his return
     In conclusion, we demand that some           on the sidewalk by the embassy. As
 action be taken in our behalf. Eighty            Leonid approached, Soviet police again
  dollars is not worth the aggrevation we've      assaulted him, pushing him to the ground.
  been goin g through!!!                           The American Embassy official told the

I                                                                             Destroy the Myths-I

             Welfare Clients Are People- Too
          By STONY BROOK FRIENDS OF PAW                                  People for Adequate Welfare is a welfare rights
                                                                      organization that was set up in Suffolk County in order
                                                                                                                                       Kirby, the commissioner of welfare, and he did not
                                                                                                                                       respond to their needs for school clothing for their
    The great Amerikan myth - the welfare Cadillac.
 Thousands of lazy niggers across the nation living off the           to allow welfare clients to be aware of their legal rights.      children. The mothers went to Sears Department Store,
 hard-earned wages of the white middle-Amerikan.                      Because many welfare recipients are uneducated, they             took clothing, and were going to charge it to the welfare
 Drunk, oversexed women sit around having children to                are unaware of what the welfare department owes them.             department. The department would not give credit for
 steal more money instead of going out to work, even                  By setting up an information booth outside of the                the mothers merchandise. The mothers left with the
 liberals believe that all welfare clients need is an                welfare office in Bay Shore, the PAW mothers talk to              clothing and were arrested by the Suffolk County Police.
 incentive to work. The tax rate rises because the welfare           clients that are having problems and try to get the clients       Bail for each of the nine mothers was $500 on charges of
 lines are getting longer, even though 80% of the budget             what they need. A welfare rights manual was written by             petty larceny, for which bail is usually $50.
 is spent of defense. It is time that we accept the reality          PAW which contains all basic information that a client'-
 and destroy the myth.                                               would need to know about all rights and benefits had                 The Stony Brook students have blinded themselves
                                                                     under welfare in Suffolk.                                         from their outside community and its needs. Students,
   Unemployment and inflation are rising every month                    PAW has done a housing survey to document that the             open your eyes, seize the time - now! We are having a
 and more people are out of jobs in Suffolk County.                  rent schedule adhered to by the welfare department is             meeting to see how we can help the welfare mothers
 Ninety-six percent of the people on welfare are                     inadequate. They've set up a food co-op in Wyandanch              fight for their rights and make the University aware of
 unemployable, being either disabled, old, or families               and a day care center in Bellport. The mothers in PAW             welfare conditions in Suffolk County. The meeting is
 without fathers, and 70% of the people on welfare are               have been waging a school clothing campaign for over a            Tuesday, November 17 at 8 p.m., in room 229 of the
 white.                                                              year without any result. They went and spoke to James             Union Building.

                          No Bomb Conspiracy In Philadelphia
                               I                                    k
                                                                                                                                                     n t H a rri s L    o f for d              of
                      By LARRY FREEMAN                                     Although the Labor Committee will conduct a -full            Pr e s i d e                 . W          , University     Rochester's
                                                                                                                                                                                                  ow a d
                     and DEBBY HANANIA                                  defense of the frame-up victims within the court system,        Eugene Genovese, MIT's Noam Chomssky, H                        r Zin n ,
               National Caucus of Labor Committees                      there is no reasonable assurance of justice within the         are among the many signers who have agreed to the call
                          Suffolk Chapter                               court, unless certain energetic measures are taken             for t h e Commission of Inquiry.
        Any student who refuses to take seriously the                   outside the courts. One need only examine the FBI and              Already on this campus Barry Gholson, Dana Bramel,
    increasing tide of repression cannot be considered                  Presidential Commission findings on Kent State, and            Ronald Friend and James Tweedy of the psychology
    intelligently aware of reality. One must recognize the              contrast them to the actions of the 'grand jury, to            department, Robert Howe from math, Michael Zweig
    new Nixon-Agnew and company policy of creating a                    appreciate the uncertainties involved in a court trial,        and Michael Nienhaus from the economics department
    new institution to rally the support of the country                 where a political defense is absolutely imperative.            and Hugh Cleland from the history department have
    behind them. A new police state apparatus can serve as                 F*or tnis reason, we are calling for the establishment of   agreed to be on the defense committee. For further
    more fertile ground to win the growing paranoid public              a National Commission of Inquiry into our case. Such a         explanation we will be on WUSB on Tuesday night from
    to their side.                                                      commission would hear the full political history and           10:45-11:15-pjn. There will be a forum Thursday night
        This is only possible         if the public remains             record of       the Labor Committees, thus immediately         in Engineering 145 at 7:30 with Michael Zweig, Hugh
    paranoidwhich means creating an hysteria in the average             demonstrating the-complete incompatibility with Labor          Cleland and guest speaker Lyn Marcus. We hope that
    taxpayer's mind, that the country is being severely                 Committee politics and methodology with the, practice          from this forum action will be taken to form the Stony
    attacked by revolutionaries and anarchists (labor soon).            of terrorism.                                                  Brook chapter of the Fraser-Borgman                             Defense
    The terrorists tactics of the SDS Weathermen and the                   Liberals and radicals of all stripes, responding to the     Committee.
    infantile left rhetoric of the Panthers and other militants         broadest implications of what a defeat for the                      We urge all professors, left groups and independents as
    give the repressive government forces just the food their           prosecution would mean, have expressed their support.          well as all concerned students to attend and take up the
    police state institution needs to grow big and strong on.           Haverford College President John Coleman, Bryn Mawr            fight against repression.
    The approved tactics has now become accusation of
    plots by left wine extremist to bomb the Statue of
     Liberty, Alexander's , police stations and what ever else
    seems juicy for creating false paranoia.
                                                                         The Zoo'
        The most recent example of this new and improved
    vote getting policy is the frame up of two members of
     the National Caucus of Labor Committees in
     Philadelphia. The Fraser-Borgman case is unique in this
     sense - it is the clearest incident of deliberate police
                                                                                   Bust All , We' re Ready
                                                                                          By SCOTT KLIPPEL                              the Gestapo are held to be heroes. Where will you be 30
     frame up yet to be presented before the American                                                                                   years from now, Officer Snow?
     people. An investigation of the strictly legal aspects of          Dear Officer Robert Snow,                                                                                     Sincerely,
     the case and the political circumstances surrounding the              Thanks to your efforts, a good friend of mine has                                                      Scott Klippel
     arrest conclusively demonstrate the culpability of                 been charged with the heinous crime of sale of a
     Philadelphia city officials, including the City's nationally       dangerous drug, marijuana. I would like to thank you for
     known police commissioner, Frank Rizzo, who was just               your efforts in trying to maintain the moral fiber of
     nominated by Mayor Tate to succeed him and also                                                                                       On Friday, the powers that be in Suffolk County saw
                                                                        those of us on thiscampuswho have slight inclinations to        fit to attempt to make three of our brothers criminals.
     rumored to be the next chief of the FBI.                           wander from the true path. I can now rest easy knowing
        This is a must case for the state to win. Anything less                                                                         To their twisted logic, the sale of marijuana is a crime
                                                                        that my safety, health, and integrity is in your                under the assumption that marijuana might be harmful.
    than a guilty verdict will be a major setback to the                wonderful hands.
     credibility of the police institutions from the                                                                                    Yet the sale of cigarettes, which is harmful to one's
                                                                           As much as I would like to -call you a pig, I will not.      physical and mental health, is a lawful activity. Who
     Department of Justice and the FBI to the local police              You, like most everyone else in our courageous society,
    station undermining their authority and integrity.                                                                                  among us can say that it could not have been them who
                                                                        are just following orders. No, I will not call you a pig;       might have found themselves under arrest Friday? If one
        The program of the Philadelphia Labor Committee at              you are just one hell of a lousy human being. While your        of us is a criminal are not we all criminals. Let us all,
     the time of the frame up was the fight1 for 500 low-rent           brothers on the force are going out and catching                5000 strong, walk into the court in Hauppauge, light up
     housing units to be constructed on 3 h blocks of land              murderers, rapists, and the like, you are slinking around       a joint, and demand that they arrest us. Let us all wear
     taken from the community and for it to be financed by              this campus, pretending that you are cool, and in the           yellow stars. We must not allow those who get busted
     taxing profits from speculative investments; in other              meantime, busting the people who might befriend you.            pay for all of our sins.
     words the profiteers should pay rather than the                       The Gestapo were on the side of law and order in Nazi
     taxpayer. It is obvious from the above outlined program            Germany. The German underground were the forces of
     that the Labor Committee does not use terrorist                    chaos and anarchy. Yet, today, the underground and not             All power to those who blow dope.
     methods in its political fight for peoples' needs, and thus
     has no need to use bombs.
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    Rts"MALLi                                                                                       Review - Orlando Furioso
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                                                               WEDDING                                         ByMATTHEW GUREWITSCH                                               . S    swaggers, rescues less ambitious maidens
                                                             PHOTOGRAPHY-                              hamlet By M.tTHE
                                                                                                                would not have aappreciated "Orlando                           in distress, and connives with the mad but
                                                                                                                                                                               benevolent fairy Melissa (Pina Cei), who provides
                                                  No corn, no gimmicks, no                           Furioso;" the players saw the air with their hands,                           wvt fary Ma           paapeia.who wides
                                                  invitations, favors, or assorted                  tear passion to tatters and generally do not                              ghrwt       Alio   a     paraphenaia Theed t
                                                  extras. We offer quality                          hesitate to out-Hero Heros. But then, this                                sorceresis .Aina transforms men into trees
                                                  candid     albums,      personal                  production of the Teatro Libero di Roma was not
                                                  service, reasonable prices, and                                                                                              Olympia, i desperate straits, woos the audience
                                                                                                    designed to sut the taste of literary Puritans As                          by direct address and deceptively innocent batting
                                                  our good name. If that's not
                                                                                                     the a d sad. "I t 's hardl    a pl y y o u
                                                                                                                                y      a
                                                 kenough, we're in trouble!                                                                             d                     of eyelashes. Orlando rescues her and numerous
                                                  "'       I-~
                                                                                            I      politely. You cheer, clap and stamp your feet all                            other damsels and cleaves a sea-monter in two.s
                                                                                                   the way through." That's perfectly true.                                    The Ippogriff (a winged horse) carries heroes
                                                                                                       The world of Anosto's 16th century Italian                               through the sky. And the green-faced evil wizard
                                                                                                   romance-epic "Orlando Furioso" abounds with                                 Atlante entices the Chrstian knights into his castle
                                                                                                   knights, love-lorn damsels in distress, monsters,                          to prevent them from defending Paris from the
                                                                                                   wizards, fairies and all the other unpredictable                           Saracen onslaught.
                                                                                                   figures that populate dreams. Against this                                      After the turbulence of these scenes, for which
                                                                                                   kaleidoscopic background, we follow two "main"                             Ronconi fragments space to accommodate several
                                                                                                   plots. The first is of the Christian knight Orlando                        episodes simultaneously, the spectacle grows to
                                                                                                   (of "Chanson de Roland" fame) who goes mad for                             envelop the entire playing area for the Battle of
                                                                                                   the love of the Saracen princess and troublemaker                          Paris. And then, suddenly the tone shifts. Ronconi
                                                                                                   Angelica. And the other plot is of Bradamante, a                           concentrates on the single bright figures of
                                                                                                   girl disguised as a knight who roams the                                   Cloribano and Medoro standing in lonely darkness.
                                                                                                   countryside performing incredible feats as she                             They are the only Saracens who have not fled the
                                                       If it's the                          i
                                                                                                   searches for her true love Ruggiero.
                                                                                                       To render all this dramatically (while retaining
                                                                                                                                                                              battlefield after the death of their king, and have
                                                                                                                                                                               stayed behind to give him a decent burial. But
                                                                                                                                                                                         a re
                                                       Best in Food,                               Ariosto's text), the director, Luca Ronconi, has
                                                                                                   created a technique aptly described as Theater in
                                                                                                                                                                               they              discovered by the Christian warrior
                                                                                                                                                                              Zerbino who kills Cloridano and seriously wounds
                                                                                                II the Surround. The playing area, shared by the                              Medoro (magnificently played by Marzio Margine),
                                                       then it's                                   spectators, is bounded by two stages which are
                                                                                                   used as points of departure for the actors who go
                                                                                                                                                                              Angelica finds Medoro, heals and falls in love with
                                                                                                                                                                              h im
                                                                                                                                                                                     . A n d Orlando, who witnesses this scene goes
          adtL.   J.-CV,   1J.W                                                                                                                                               mad.
                                                                                                   into the crowd on rolling platforms. Several
      Sun. 1:20, 3:00
                                                       Al DOWID'S                                  episodes occur concurrently so the audience moves
                                                                                                   as much as the players.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Images and Voices
                                                                                                                                                                                   Medoro's long speech of loyalty and despair,
                                                                                                       Naturally, with an audience constantly in                              Zerbino's stroke that fells him, Angelica's almost
             of Our Next
                                                       Stelkkowse                                  motion, the players must, in order to be heard and                         miraculous cure and Orlando's madness fully
                                                                                                                                                                              achieve a power and a depth of passion rarely even
                                                                                                   noticed, cultivate the grandiose gesture. Hamlet
              Attraction                               Resm 2SA          So!lc*t                   might raise his chief and most vocal objections                            attempted. The images and the symphonic use of
            SATURDAY 8:30                                                                          here, for fourishing hands and theatrical strides are
                                                                                                                                                                              v o ic e s
                                                                                                                                                                                            (in spite         the language barrier) etch
                                                       751 .,5200                                  used to convey rather than to imitate emotion.                             themselves into the mind with indelible clarity.
I!0                                                                                                                                                                                A ft e r    t h is
                                                                                                   Words, though delivered with sublime eloquence                                                     , seemingly from nowhere, the I
                                                                                                   and authority, take second place.                                          labyrinth forms around the audience, and the
                                                                                            A          This ability to leap across barriers of language is
                                                                                                   of course one of the secrets to the Teatro Libero's
                                                                                                                                                                               players in their cells re-enact their stories
                                                                                                                                                                              endlessly, whether or not anyone stops to listen.
                                                                                                                                                                               L o ve
                                                                                                   international success; they have received the                                          madness need go no further. Astolfo, a I
                                                                                                   warmest of welcomes in Soctland, Germany,                                   British knight, flies off to recover Orlando's lost I
                                                                                                                                                                              w it s f r o m t h e
                                                                                                    Denmark, France, Switzerland and Holland as well                                                     moon, and this act is the most I
                                                                                                   as in their native Italy. But no more than they                             insane of all.
                                                                                                   deserve for "Orlando Furioso" is one of the most                                           Audiences in New York have been I           p
                                                                                                   imaginative and exciting events ever to burst on an                         tremendously responsive to "Orlando Furioso"
                                                                                                                                                                                 u t
                                                                                                   audience.                                                                   b       unfortunately have not been sufficiently I
                                                                                                                    Emotional Experience                                       numerous to keep the play in town. The N. -Y.
                                                                                                       Between its carnival-like beginning and its                             Times (opposing the views of the Village Voice,
                                                                                                   startling finale with the players and the spectators                       Newweek               and    many    others)  reviewed   it
                                                                                                   caught in a labyrinth of screens, it covers an                             unfavorably, and the devastating effects of Mel
                                                                                                   astonishing range of theatrical and emotional                               Gussow's condescending write-up may hax-v, rorced
                                                                                                   experience. It evokes by turns mirth, surprise,                             the Teatro Libero to return to Italv after a 10-day
                                                                                                   delight, bewilderment, confusion, suspense and                              run by the time this article appears. II %t'e veryare

                                                                                                   ultimately the Aristotelian pair, fear and pity. The                        fortunate, "Orlando Furioso" will remain where it
                                                                                                    knights charge by on metal horses, manuvered                               is, under a bubble shaped tent in Bryant Park
                                                                                                    with amazing grace. Bradamante (Anna Nogara),                              behind the 42nd Street Public Library, until
                                                                                                    not above licking the tip of her nose and clicking                         Nov. 22. Student rates (for the asking) are $3.50,
                                                                                                    her heels for high spirits, is a constant source of                        the box office phone number is 594, 4340/1/2.

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                 RATES                        STEREO. 751-6136.                                                                                                                     "Fundamentals of Religion"     7 p.m..
$1 for 15 words or less; 85c for                                                           HELP-WANTED                                 WOMEN'S AMERICAN           ORT will          Lec. Hall 100. Nov. 18.
multiple      insertions; Pre-payment          FOR     LOVERS         ONLY:    Castro                                                  hold Square    Dance 12/20, Elk's
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required.                                                                                  fast service, IBM typewriter. Call                                                       Perelman "Reasoning about Values"
          COPY DEADLINE                        in garage. I'll help you assemble. $10.                                                 soda, etc. $13 per couple. For info
                                               Telephone 862-8589, St. James.               after 6 p.m. 751-0376. Reasonable.         and tickets contact Bunnie Friedman          7 p.m. Bio. 100, Nov. 18.
 12 noon two days previous to date of                                                                                                  928-2729, Ellen Goldberg 928-2524.
  sublcttion.                                   ONE SMITH CORONA PORTABLE                   SEEK CAMPUS REPS - CARS IN                                                              CARDOZO COLLEGE          LECTURE
                                                (the best) steel wraparound chassis,        EUROPE . . . Students    & campus          UNDERGRADUATE               ENGLISH          Dr.   Alan  Wildman "My      Recent
                                                hard travel case with lock $35;             organizations to represent U.S. firm       MAJORS are invited to an informal            Russian Experience" 8 p.m., Cardozo
                                                telephone 862-8589, St. James.              for rental and/purchase of tax free        meeting     to    discuss  procedures        Study lounge, Nov. 18.
                                                                                            cars in Europe for students and            involved in selecting and applying to
    PERSONAL                                    COFFEE PERCOLATOR, aluminum,                faculty. Earn flat fee. Substantial        g raduate      schools.       Anyone         SANGER      COLLEGE     LECTURE
                                                ten cups, scultured wood handle,            bonus earnings plan also available.        contemplating graduate school is             Lester G. Paldy "Summer School in
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    very reasonable in clean home. Call                                                                                                urged to attend the meeting, which
                                                862-8589, St. James.                        Student-Faculty Programs, Car-Tours        will be held at 8 p.m., Wed., Nov. 18,       18.
    evenings and weekends 924-4326.                                                         in Europe,    555 5th Ave., NYC            HUM Bldg., Lec.hall room 101.
                                                1966      WHITE      VOLKSWAGEN              10017.                                                                                 HAMAGSHIMIM       LECTURE      Dana
    MAUREEN       COTTERILL,    Ellan           excellent    mechanical     condition.                                                                                              Zohar "First Hand Impressions of the
    wants to contact YOU! Please call                                                                                                  TOSCANINI        COLLEGE        Movie:
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    7232 or 3550. Give number.                  miles. $640. Call 724-4788.                 join     year   old   Environmental                                                     SBU 236 Nov. 18.
                                                                                                                                       Tues., 17, Tosc., lounge.
                                                                                             Independent    Study    Project (3
    M'S.A. THANK YOU FOR CARING.                DUNGAREE BELLS 4 pocket heavy               credits). Call 7561 Spring semester.                                                    APPLIED MATH & STATISTICS
    People are people. You are yourself.                                                                                               LOOK FOR THE UNION CRAFT
                                                weight cheap. Call ARNIE 7370 or                                                       SHOP     BAZAAR     on    Fri.,     Nov.     COLLOQUIUM Prof. Sol Rubinow,
    See you at the Library. D.H.C.              visit Roth IV C34.                                                                                                                  Cornell   Univ.,    Medical   College
                                                                                                                                       20-11-5    p.m.   off    the      lobby.
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                                                                                            DOG G courtyard Thursday last. Has                                                      Reaches Unparalleled Catagories     l:
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                                                English racer. Very good condition.                                                    Dr. H.R. Weischedel, Bell Telephone          film 5:30 p.m., Lec. hall 109, Nov.
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                                                                                             LOST BROWN WALLET Thursday
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    DRIVERS for trip to Portland or                                                          Dave 744-0391. Thanks.                                                                 "Contemporary American Society" 7
    other west coast city -- Leaving soon,      COLLECT!ON;     more   than  400                                                       202.Nov. 17.
                                                albums. Most are 1.80. Mike 4102                                                                                                     p.m., Lec. hall 110, Nov. 19.
    car good. Call Judy 482-7184.                                                           L OST       BROWN         LEATHER
                                                C-22B Roth IV.                              POCKETBOOK in Library. Contains            UNIV. LEC. SERIES. H. Weisinger
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    STUDENT at SUNY at Farmingdale              AUTO      TAPE     DECK     8/track         Very vital. Also, sentimental items.       4 p.m., Lec. hall 100. Nov. 17
                                                Panasonic. One month old, plus                                                                                                      Lec. hall 102, Nov. 19.
    needs tutors for medical Entomology                                                     Contact Carol 246-4154.
    and physics. Can pay $2 per hr. Call        speakers $75. Call between 5-6 p.m.                                                    D   E PT .      OF       PH YSI CS
                                                585-2184.                                                                              COLLOQUIUM.        Prof.   B.  Serin         FR E E      MEDIA          PLAYERS
    Rosemarie Facilla 249-9602.                                                              LOST    UMBRELLA        Lec        100                                                 Improvisation     l: Electronic Music
                                                                                             Thursday-CE 90, call 7090.                Rutgers  Univ.,    "Fluctuations    in
                                                PENTAX MOUNT LENSES: 200mm                                                             Super-Conductors Above the Critical          and lights 8 p.m., SBU Aud. Tickets
                                                f3.5  Soligar   $50_ 100mm   f3.5                                                      Temperature." 4:30 p.m., Phys. 137.          $.50,  Univ. Comm., General public
                                                                                             LOST UMBRELLA WITH A ROSE                                                              $.75. Nov. 19.
    AUTOMOTIVE                                  Steinheil     $30.   55mm    fl.8            decorated silver handle, blue inside      Nov. 17
                                         _      Supertakumar $30. Call Dave 4589.            with brown design and off-white                                                        BRUCE COLLEGE        LECTURE &
    TWO SNOW TI RES, student priced                                                          outside. Of sentimental value. Please     SCIENCE & CULTURE SERIES -
                                                                                                                                       E.   Carlson    "ESP     and    Related      FILM Dr. Lam "People's War" filmed
    $6.50 each, used one season fits any                                                     return to Cory 246-4701.
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                                                                                                                                                                                    Nov. 19.
                                                                                             LOST ORANGE TABBY KITTEN                  Tues., Nov. 17.
    862-8589 St. James.                         CALL AFTERNOONS, if possible                 with flea collar in Tabler 3 wks. ago.                                                 MUSIC DEPT. CONCERT Baroque
                                                about REFRIGERATORS. Tel. No.                Call 7573.                                FRIENDS       OF      P.A.W.  General
    WANTED TO TRADE-15" snows                   537-9823.                                                                              meeting 8     p.m., SBU 229, Nov. 17.        Concert 8:30 SBU Aud. Nov. 19.
    B.F. Goodrich, nearly new for 14"                                  _
    snows equal condition. Call Howie           R I D E R S      WANTED           TO         FOUND      YOUNG BLACK AND                CARDOZO      COLLEGE                         UNIV.    LECTURE   SERIES     The
    3860.                                                                                    WHITE SPOTTED CAT in Tabler.                                       LECTURE
                                                ROCHESTER Friday 11/20 return                                                          Drs. Wider and Kaplan "Abortion              cinema: A World Over View "Le
                                                Sunday     11/29.    Share    driving,       Call 7573.                                Birth Control and Venereal Disease"          Bonheur" 8:30 p.m. Lec. hall 100,
    TWO ALMOST NEW F.F. Goodrich                expenses. Call Paula 246-3834.                                                         8 p.m., Cardozo Study lounge, Nov.           Nov. 19.
    snow tires 650x13 $25, for pair.                                                         PLEASE  NOTIFY    STATESMAN
    Harry 7843.                                                                              IMMEDIATELY    IF    POSITIVE               17.
                                                G U I T A R I S T,   DRUMMER,                                                                                                       Ida Kaminska in personToscannini
                                                VIOLINIST, cellists, female-vocalist         RESPONSE HAS BEEN MADE ON                 PSYCHOLOGY DEPT. LECTURE.                    College lounge 9-10 p.m. Mon. Nov.
    1970 VOLKSWAGEN FOR SALE                    instrumentalists for wide scope of           YOUR LOST & FOUND AD. NO                  Dr. Daniel Lehrman, Rutgers Univ.,           23. Then movie "Shop on Main St."
    like new, sunroof and radio. 1956           musical styles. Original rock piece          SENSE RUNNING USELESS ADS.                "Hormone Behavior Interactions in            in Tabler Cafe. at 11:00 p.m. starring
    Packard, call 751-5931 after 6 p.m.         performed. Call Al An 5-6079.                3690.                                     Animals" 8:30 p.m., Lec. hall  109           Ida Kaminska.
                                                                                                                                       Nov. 18.
    1962 RAMBLER AUTOMATIC P/S,                                                                                                                                                     Cardozo   College   Presents:   Dr.'s
    snows, 18 MPG, needs tune-up. Need          MOTORCYCLE INSURANCE-Imm-                                                               PHYSICS     DEPT.    COLLOQUIUM             Kaplan   and    Wider   talking
                                                ediate FS-1, theft, collision available,     NOTICES                                                                                                                  on
    $$$-no offer refused. 4550.                                                                                                         Prof.  G.  Qu    Putlitz,  Univ. of         ABORTION" VENEREAL DISEASE
                                                no charge tickets, accidents. Frank                                                     Heidelberg  "Optical
                                                Albino, 1820 Middle Country Rd.,                                                                                Pumping of          and BIRTH CONTROL. Tuesday at
    NEW       PATENTED       ELECTRONIC                                                      THERE WILL BE A BLOOD DRIVE                tons" 4.30 p.m., Phys. 127, Nov. 18.        8:00 p.m. in the Cardozo Study
    CAR       ignition  system. ' Increases     Centereach 981-0478.                         on Dec. 10 from 1-6 p.m. If you are                                                    Lounge. November 17.
    power & gas mileage. Eliminates                                                          interested in donating, please call any
    tune-ups & point changing. Decreases        RIDE NEEDED FOR TWO westcoast                of these people: Steve 4560, Stan                                                      Does SUSB as a community have a
      pollution.   Regularly  $70, special      during Christmas    or  intersession.        3964, David 6396. This is only for         Or. Jones, Chairman of Biolo         i-aI
                                                Share driving and expenses. Maureen          preregistration;  time appointment         Sciences will speak on Biology a? SB        need for a place to rap? Do you as a
     Introductory offer $35. 271-7367.                                                                                                                                              person want to rap? Some of us say
                                                4835.                                        will be made after Thanksgiving.           - past, present, future. He will    give
                                                                                                                                        an overview of Biology at S.B. and he       yes to both of these questions. if you
    FOR     SA4LE  '65    DODGE  VAN                                                                                                                                                agree let's got it together. Call 6810
    excellent   condition, new engine           TUTORING, ELECTRONICS from                   All WUSB staff members must attend         wll discuss the direction in which the
                                                                                                                                        department                                  between     7-9     p.m.   Sun      thru
     w/19,000 mi. $1300. Call 3485 or           beginners to Engineering students by         the Station Meeting tomorrow at 8                         is
                                                                                                                                                        headed. Nov.     18 8:30    Thurs.-share your ideas or come to
    744-6122.                                   Senior    electronics  engineer    &         p.m. at WUSB.                                 p.m. Bio
                                                                                                                                                  Lecture Hall.
                                                                                                                                                                                    the Rap Center (infirmary,    1stfloor).
                                                consultant. 271-7367.
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                                                                                     Buddy Rich Big Band

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                                                                                                  Nov. 25 7:30 & 10:30 PM
   James E. Counsilman of Indiana University, one of the most
successful coaches in the history of intercollegiate and Olympic
swimming competition and one of his star pupils, Mark Spitz, the
                                                                                              Brookhaven Gym a t S. C. C.
holder of the world 100-meter freestyle; 100-meter butterfly; and
200-meter freestyle conducted a four-hour swimming clinic at the
University on Saturday before a group of over 600 people.
                                                                                                  Publ ic
Following the 1 p.m. class in Lecture Hall 100 which covered such                                                 S.C.C. Students $2.00
topics as stroke analysis, racing turns, diet, sample workouts, dry
land exercises and the psychology of swimming, the clinic moved to                                                                     Call 732-2387 for more info.
the pool where Mr. Spitz demonstrated his winning form by                        I
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                                                                                                                                           Unique handicrafts from India
                                                                                                                                                for men & women
                                                                                                                                                                                               -silk and cotton dresses
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                                                                                                                                                     (off Main Street and across from A&P)
                                                                    send us 13.00. That's all. And                                                   Open Weekdays 10-5, Fri. & Sat. 10-7
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Hockey men Surprise CCNY                                                                                                                                                                        -

By Posting 5-3 Triumph
      By SCOTT KARSON                   territorial play, with both teams    across the blue-line along with
   When CCNY's Ted Riber split          checking closely and feeling each    Rick Dorsey and one Beaver
the Stony Brook defense and             other out. The scoring came on       defenseman. Pollack held the'
scored with just 40 seconds gone        defensive lapses,      with City     puck long enough for the
in Sunday's contest, it appeared        striking first. Riber stole the      defenseman      and    goalie   to
that the Stony Brook Hockey             puck from a Patriot defenseman       commit themselves, and then fed
Club was in for another long            and skated in unconstested to         Dorsey perfectly at the edge of
afternoon.                              light the lamp at 0:40. Stony        the crease. Rick had nothing but
   After all, City College was in       Brook's Frank Pollock tied it at     open net to shoot at, and he
first place in the Metropolitan         9:41 with an identical play. With    didn't miss.
Intercollegiate Hockey League's         only 39 seconds left in the first       Down 3-2, the Patriots finally
Western      Division   with  an        period, the Patriot defense again    came alive as Jack Rubinstein
impressive 4-1 record, while the        looked ragged as they were           scored two quick goals on
Patriots were 1-3 and tied for          unable to clear the puck away        point-blank shots, each coming
fifth    in    the    East.  The        from in front of their cage.         on dazzling set-ups from Dorsey
hockeymen seemed oblivious of           City's Ken Aranoff knifed in         and Pollack. Stony Brook left
past records, however, as they          front and lifted the disk in.        the ice with a 4-3 advantage.
came alive to defeat the Beavers           The second period started as         As the final period opened.
5-3.                                    the first had ended, with the        City seemed determined to put            ANOTHER BIG SAVE: Patriot hockey goalie Gerry McCarthy .
   The first period was even in         momentum        swinging toward      in the equalizer. They stormed         makes one of many big stops against highly favored CCNY, during
                                        City. Neil Fastenberg put the        the Patriot cage, pouring in at        Sunday's 5-3 victory.
   Fricke Runs                          Beavers up 3-1 on a 10-footer
                                        that rattled off the goalpost and
                                                                             least ten hard shots at goalie
                                                                             Gerry McCarthy. Gerry was
                                                                                                                                                                 ohoto by Robert F. Cohen

                                        into the cage. The Patriots          equal to all of them, however,
   At NCAA's,                           desperately needed a break at
                                        this point-something to shift
                                                                             using every part of his body to
                                                                             deflect the puck. Just as it
                                                                                                                         Red-White Basketball
                                        the momentum. It came when           seemed that City might finally
  And Likes It                          Marcel Dubno was sent off for        put the puck in the net, Dorsey           The 1970-71 basketball season gets under way Friday evening
                                        cross-checking midway through        put the game out of reach with         with the first annual Red-White game. Red and white signify the
       By ROY DEITCHMAN                 the period, giving City a man        his second goal, a solo effort.        colors that will be worn by the opposing varsity and freshmen
    If   the basis for athletic         advantage. Patriot penalty-killer       The Hockeymen face another          hoopsters.
competition is having fun, then         Kevin McNally intercepted a          tough assignment on Sunday,               The varsity have the big edge in experience and make up for their
Oscar Fricke certainly achieved         stray City pass deep in the Stony    Nov. 22, when they meet St.            lack of height with exceptional speed. This year's frosh squad could
this     objective.     Representing    Brook zone. He threw the puck.       Francis at 4:30 p.m. at the Long       be the best in Patriot history-and might pull off an-upset.
Stony Brook in the NCAA's               to Pollack, who wa breaking          Island Arena.                             See Friday's Statesman for a varsit and frosh preview.
College Division Cross Country
Championships, Fricke placed
one hundred and first out of 337
finishers with a personal best
time for five miles. As Oscar put
it, "it was the most enjoyable
                                        BootersBeat Mariners: Finish9-1 - 2  entire season is in retrospect, no
race I've ever run."                          By BARRY SHAPIRO                                             they were the better team ast               Saturday                 his     first
    The temperature was a crisp            When one of the soccer team's     game produced more of a feeling
                                                                                                           year and they were out to leave             opportunity at offense and Pete
38 degrees and the winds were           managers, Howie Berger, shot         of accomplishment than the    no doubt about it this year.                was a terror. With Goldschmidt
blowing at 35 mph as the                off the final gun Saturday           final   whitewashing      of    the                                       upfield in his striking position
                                                                             Mariners.                                Never Too Easy
competitors from 95 different           afternoon, he brought down the                                                                                  Kaye       dropped      back       to
colleges approached the starting        curtain on a long, arduous and                                         But
                                                                                It was late last season that the       things    just    weren't
                                                                                                                                                       center-fullback, and played an
line at the Chicago Country Club        eminently successful season.                                       destined to be that easy. Over
                                                                             Merchant Marines of Kings Point                                           excellent game. Danny was
in Wheaton, Ill. Fricke was in             Saturday's 3-0 win over a         shattered        Stony        the last week misunderstandings
                                                                                                        Brook's                                        flanked by Ray Hilding and
excellent starting position in          scrappy    Kings Point squad         conference championship hopes led to the absence of Stony                 John Pfiefer who both played
view of the other 350 runners'          concluded a 9-1-2 campaign for       with a 2-1 overtime win. That Brook's high scoring inside                 their ususal fine games.
He was third from the end on            the Patriot booters. In winning                                    forwards, Solomon Mensah and
                                                                             win propelled the Mariners into
                                                                                                           Aaron George. And by the                        Three       minutes        after
the left and with a right turn at       the      M e tropolitan   Soccer     the    Met      Conference     first                                      Goldschmidt's
                                                                                                            middle of the first period                                           goal       a
the beginning of the race, Fricke       Conference Championship the          division, where this season they
                                                                                                            another cruel blow fell upon the           combination of events all but
 was able to avoid the inevitable       Pats posted a clean 7-0 record.       found themselves the doormat
                                                                                                            undermanned booters. Goalie                sealed the outcome of the game.
 big crush.                              And vet- as succescsfulI as the      of the leaerue. The Pats felt that
                                                                                                            Dave Tuttle, who had a superb              A Kings Point comer kick led to
     Throughout the race, Fricke                                                                                                                       a dangerous scramble in front of
 was aware of his approximate                                                                               season, was kicked in the back
                                                                                                            of the neck and suffered a mild            the- Patriot goal. Greg Speer
 position,      running     a    very                                                                                                                  finally cleared the ball to Savino
 consistent pace in the cold                                                                                concussion.      Amazingly      Dave
                                                                                                            played out the first period                near midfield. Vince broke in
 Illinois weather. His time was                                                                                                                        front of the defense and
 26:50, the fastest Fricke has                                                                              simply on instincts, not even
                                                                                                            being able to remeber what sport           outraced the Mariner defenders
 ever covered the five mile                                                                                                                            in a 40 yard footrace. At the last
 distance. He broke his former                                                                              he was playing. Tuttle was
                                                                                                            replaced by Mark Wilke, a soph               possible moment Savino shot,
 record of 27:05 by 15 seconds.                                                                                                                        hit the far post, and watched the
     Mark Covert, of Cal State at                                                                           who had inexperience and the
                                                                                                            pressure of the game working                 ballcarom into the goal.
 Fullerton, won the meet in                                                                                                                                Goldshmidt scored his second
 25:13 while Eastern Michigan                                                                               against him.
                                                                                                                But for the final sixty-six             goal of the game sidway through
 was the team title winner with                                                                                                                         the fourth period on another
 100 points. Between first place                                                                            minutes of the game Wilke and
                                                                                                            the rest of the Pats put on the             fine individual effort. Left-wing
 and 101st place only one minute
                                                                                                            kind of display that was a joy to           Dan Metzger picked up the assist
 and 37 seconds elapsed with an
 average of a runner finishing                                                                              watch. Led by the team's newly              as the season's scoring was
                                                                                                            voted Most Valuable Player, Pete            closed out.
 almost each second.
     Fricke was the first Stony                                                                             Goldschmidt and co-captain,                         Pats Control Tempo'
 Brook harrier to venture into the                                                                           Danny Kaye, the Pats combined                 Close Stony Brook checking
 'big-time' meets of the NCAA.                                                                               hustle and talent-         the two         controlled the tempo of the rest
 Since     he is a junior the                                                                                ingredients that invariably spell          of the game. Standouts for the
 experience of this meet will                                                                               victory.                                    Patriots were halfback Paul Yost
 certainly be remembered next                                                                                   After a listless first period           and forwards Vito Catalano and
 season when he returns to                                                                                   that ended in a scoreless tie, the         Charlie Wiles. Wilke settled
 Wheaton, Ill. The entire Stony                                                                              loss of Tuttle and the move of             down and played a toughsecond
 Brook cross country team and                                                                                Goldschmidt to center-forward              half in cementing the team's
 Coach Hal Rothman can be                                                                                   seemed to spark the Patriots. At            fourth shutout Hardly- enough
 proud       of     the     national'
                             '                                                                               1:35 of the second period Vince            can be said for the play and
 reputation that Oscar Fricke has                                                                            Savino (voted by his teammates             support of the 'Red Machines'
 given them.                                                                                                 Most Improved Player along                 own version of the Red Raiders.
                                                                                                             with Tuttle) took a downfield              Richard Pepper, Pete Hayman,
                                                                                                             pass. He gave the ball to                  Mike Whelan,        Paul Shriver,
                                                                                                             Goldschmidt, who then put on a             Vince       Dutkiewicz,     Roman
    Anyone interested in                                                                                     tremendous dribbling display.              Foster and the soccer team's
                                                                                                             After leaving four defenders               one-man version of Laugh-In,
    sports   writing next                                                                                    strewn along the way Pete deked            Bob Vlahakis have been vital
                                                                                                             out the goalkeeper and put the             cogs      in    Stony       Brook's
    semester        should                                                                                   ball in the far comer of the net           championship season.
    contact John at 4564.                                                                                    for this first goal of the year.              The 3-0 win over Kings Point
                                                                                                                     Kaye Plays Defense                 was the perfect way to end the
                                            FINALLY LET LOOSE: Pete Goldschmidt spent the season as the -       Goldschmidt spent most of               Patriot's big season. It was a
                                            Patriot's star defenseman, but Saturday he moved to a halfback the season ably anchoring the                helluva way to close out a
                                        w   position and registered two goals.                              tight Stony Brook defense.                  helluva year.
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