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									                                                                                                                                                      Tuesday, October 3,1978
                                                                                                  Ysungstdwn State University                                   Vol. 59 -No. 3




by Lyndie Votaw
     Arson was determined to be            "I would say there is no
 the cause of the fire which broke      way     spontaneous combustion
 out in the Youngstown Public           could have occurred in that
 Library at the corner of Wick and      room," agreed Joe Phelan, assist-
 Rayen Avenues yesterday morn-          ant superintendant of buildings
 ing, said Youngstown fire cheif        for the library system. "There
 Rocky. Russo. Detours set up           were no flammable. materials or
 because of the blaze inconven-         combustibles in there. The wiring
 ienced many YSU students on            was faultless. The area was just
 their way to school.                   not conductive to a fire."
      Four separate fires, about           The fire was first discovered
  15 to 30 feet apart, caused ex-       by William Hack, a maintenance
 tensive damage to the contents         man, shortly after he reported
  of a sixth-floor storage room,        to work at 6:00 a.m. A clock in
  but destroyed no books or per-        the building was stopped at
  iodicals. "The fact that there were   4:51, its wires damaged by the
  four distinct fires gave us our       fire.
  first lead that the fires were in-        The fire did not spread ex-                                                                                      Bill Rowan
  tentionally set," said Russo. "It     tensively, as Youngstown firemen FIREMEN MANAGED to control an arson tire which hit the Youngstown public library
  was apparent that they had been       managed to confine the blaze to yesterday morning. At left is a gaping hole in the sixth floor wall. To the right is a shelf of
  set, because the material in          the storage room in which it books, left undamaged.
  between the four wasn't burned        started. Additional smoke and
  at all."                              water damage "caused some ceil-

                                                                          OEA provides bargaining power
      A two-foot window was found       ing damage, but left the building
  opened in the basement of the         pretty well intact," said insurance
  building, and at this time is         investigator Bill Gregory. An
                                        exact estimate of damage is not
                                                                          for faculty. Bobii
  assumed to be the exit route of
  the arsonist.                         available at this time.

                                                                            by Leslie Pearce                                istration, to make all decisions
                                                                                                               that?" Therefore, the Jambar con-
                                                                              "United we stand, divided we                   unilaterally ina one-sided manner,
                                                                                                               tacted Dr. Robinson to uncover
                                                                           fall,__and if our backs should                    and require the individual faculty
                                                                                                               the answers to such questions.
                                                                           ever be against the wall, we'll                   member to attempUo bargain- with
                                                                                                               The union, or OEA, is a bar-
by Liz Lane                                                                be together, together you and I."                 the institution as an individual."
                                                                                                               gaining unit. Robinson explained,
     Warned an article in the            Forced ovations do not make a
                                                                               A bit trite, however, not far                 Robinson continued, "Needless to
                                                                                                               "The nature of collective bar-
  Friday issue of the Jambar            good concert. Asking his aud-
                                        ience to rise and applaud showed   from the truth when it comes to                   say, when we can pitch a
                                                                                                               gaining is that the administration
  about the Dave Mason concert,
  "If you don't want to miss the         that Dave Mason and his group the OEA. At least that's the way                      collective     bargaining ' power
                                                                                                               bargains.with a bargaining agent
  legend you'd bette'r be there."       must have thought this was the it was described by Dr. David                         against -the administration, the
                                                                                                               to establish uniform wages, work
 Obviously many didn't care             only way they were going to Robinson, newly appointed Pres-                          fight is likely to be more fair."
                                                                                                               loads, and rules for all the people
 whether they saw the legend.           receive an ovation Saturday night. ident of the union.                 who are in a certain class of em-
                                                                                                                                 Robinson also remarked that,
                                            If Mason would have slowed         When most students from YSU     ployment. In this case,, it is the
                                                                                                                             "Obviously, much of our power
     The attendance was low and
                                        down and kept the volume down hear the letters OEA, (Ohio              full time faculty members. The
                                                                                                                             has to come from the ability of
 those who did attend, were blown
                                        maybe we would have received- Education Association), they pro-        alternative to collective bargaining
                                                                                                                             the group to threaten to close the
  from their seats by the wall of
                                        the performance we deserved. bably slouch and retort, "What's,         would be to allow the admin-
                                                                                                                             university. Then, they have to
 sound. 1 feel at a live performance
 the audience wants to be enter-                                                                                             pay attention to us."
 tained and become part of the                                                                                                   Another question asked by
 show. However, the volume was                                                                                             , most students, would be, "What
 too loud for the acoustic facili-
                                                                                                                             are the duties of the president
 ties, which made the songs un-
                                                                                                                             of the union?" Robinson, • a
 distinguishable. The sound as-
 pect of the concert was indeed                                                                                              native Californian, responded by
 poor.                                                                                                                       detailing his four, principle assign-
                                                                                                                             ments. The union president must:
     Mason hurried through the
 numbers as though he were in                                                                                                    1. Preside over the meetings
 a routine of "Let's finish this                                                                                                 of- the executive committee,
 and get on with the next num-                                                                                                   which consists of the officers.
 ber." Every song seemed rushed,                                                                                                 2. Preside over the Chapter
 and all of his songs were fast,                                                                                                 meetings, which is made of .
 unlike some of his slower num-                                                                                                  all the OEA members.
 bers on his albums. Only one                                                                                                    3. Be the official spokesman
 blues type song was performed
                                                                                                                                 for -the association to the
 and also, that was even hurried.
                                                                                                                                 university and public.
     The other members of his                                                                                                    4. Be ultimately responsible
 group seemed more alive and
                                                                                                                                 for enforcing the collective
 were giving the audience the show _
                                                                                                                                 bargaining agreement.
 we wanted. Their jamming toge-
 ther showed a high degree of                                                                                                    The president then summed up
 professionalism. The guitar and                                                                                              the outlook for the coming
 percussion were excellent, how-                                                                             Eugenia Pierce academic year by saying, "The
 ever, despite the sound system.                                                                                              collective bargaining agreement in
                                     BOY, did he take a wrong turn! Actually, this was a promotional gimmick by a local
     I feel Mason and his group                                                                                               which we are now working with
 forced an ovation upon the          car * dealer boosting the YSU football team.                                             is a four year agreement which
.audience during the last song.                                                                                                         (Cont. on Page 7)
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                                                                                                               TOTE BAG
                                                                                                               WORKSHOP
                                                                                                             , Back to the books?!
by JoAnn Nader                        enormously expanded productivi- according to reports filed under
                                      ty, so the microcomputer • is the U.S. Privacy Act of 1974.         Make your load easier.,
    It's 8:00 a.m. As the alarm rapidly assuming huge btirder|s of Most of these records are avail-
clock sounds, the bedroom cur- drudgery from the human brain able at the touch of a button,                        c o m e by t h e
tains swing silently apart, the and thereby, expanding the and in combination with re-
Venetian blinds snap up and the mind's -capacities in ways that , cords of other agencies can K l L C A W L E Y C R A F T S CEISITEF
thermostat .boosts the heat to a man has only begun to grasp. produce a full picture of the               T u e s d a y 2 - 4 p . m . or
cozy 70 degrees. The percolator With the chip, amazing feats of financial, medical, political and.        Friday          1 - 3 p.m. &
in the kitchen starts burbling; memory- and execution become personal life of almost any Amer-
                                                                                                          make a p e r s o n a l i z e d
the back door opens to let out possible in everything from autor ican.
the dog. The TV set blinks on mobile engines to universities and                                          t o t e f o r u n d e r §7.
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                                                                          Dobbert observes that what
with the day's first newscast. hospitals, from farms to banks possibly hurts the Soviet Union's
After the news, comes the morn- and corporate offices, and from computer efficiency is that they.
ing mail that is televised from outer space to a baby's nursery. are so backward in the use of
correspondents who have dictated
their messages into the computer
                                         However, human dependency computers. "They are trying to
                                     on computers has already become buy our computer technology."
                                                                                                        BRIEF                        EAT           EM
network.
                                     irreversible and in that depen- The artifical intelligence was
    A futuristic fantasy? Perhaps. dence, resides a frightening vul- frowned upon by the communist       Please come v i s i t the Brief Eater
But while this mechanical scen- nerability, "Today, if computer? ideology, therefore, Russian scien-     in K i l c a w l e y C e n t e r :       Featuring a
ario may still be.years away, the were living things and there would tists had no government support.
                                                                :


basic technology is already in be a plague that would kill off all Actually, they had government         wide variety of sandwiches, salads,
existence. Man is in the midst of computers, the entire government     disapproval and because of this,
                                                                                                         and h o t e n t r e e s .
a computer revolution that is, and economic backing processes the Russians are five to ten years
transforming every facet of his would be in total chaos. No behind the USA. And with
society at an incomprehensible government could operate," sayj; computers, "that's light years,"
                                                                                                         A l s o f e a t u r i n g s o f t d r i n k s in
speed.                               Dr. Guido Dobbert, professo: Dobbert added.
    Not only will computers per- of sociology, anthropology and           Nonetheless, computer techno-   YSU football schedule cups.
form routine tasks with astonish- social work at YSU.               ; logy is ever-advancing, regardless
ing efficiency and speed, but            What have we to fear from of man's fears. Says Isaac Asimov,
supposedly, man's leisure time computers besides dependency? the science-fiction author, "We             Additional Bonus: A B i c pen w i l l
will be greatly increased and en- For the common people Dr. are reaching the stage where the
riched, public education will Eugene S. Santos, an expert in problems that we must solve are              be g i v e n a w a y w i t h e v e r y l a r g e
assume more individualistic qual- computer theory and professor 'going to be insoluble., without         Coke purchased.
ities, and medical care will be of mathematical and computer computers. I don't fear com-
delivered with greater precision. sciences at YSU, believes that puters. I fear the lack of them."
    Not since the Industrial Revol- the invasion of privacy is the        Whether the computer has a
ution has man been overwhelmed biggest fear "because of all the humanizing or dehumanizing ef-
                                                                                                               See t h e c o m p l e t e line of
by the forces of technology, or data banks around." • He adds, fect on man is totally up to man
mierotechnology as it is called. . "there is no perfect security himself, according to Dobbert.               Texas Instruments!calculators
    What is the cause of this in- system. No matter how secure "A computer can be, stifling in
formation revolution? The tiny, you think your system is, there so far as a certain task can be
inexpensive silicon chip..Measur- always is someone more clever programmed into a computer and
ing only about a quarter of an that can crack the code."              people then get comfortable.
                                                                                                                                    Youngstown Office
inch square and quite flat, this                                      They use the same thing without
                                        This computerized privacy                                                                   Supply C o m p a n y
so-called miracle chip has a invasion is becoming a serious being innovative, and eventually                                        1035 North Meridjfch Bod
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that of a room-size computer of ties are almost powerless to other hand, if people master the                                       TeJephone: (2-16)792-4/
only 25 years ago.                                                    technology, then they can .be-                                Hours: Mon. thru.Fri..-\8 $
                                    counteract. Some 3.9 billion re- come very imaginative with it,                                 Sat. - 9 to 1
    Just as the Industrial Revolu- cords on individuals are now
                                                                      and they can make it do whatever
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tion took over an immense range stored in the personal data sys-
                                                                            (Cont. on page 11)
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                                                         photo by CJ. Melnkk, YSU News Bureau
THE COMPUTER              is rapidly assuming huge burdens of drudgery from the human brain,                                  Oblio's with
                                                                                                       Tuesday                                       8-11
and thereby, expanding the mind's capacities in ways that man has only begun to grasp.                                       J e r r y Thomas
Contemplating this phenomenon at YSU's master computer center are left, Dr. Eugene S.
Santos, an expert in computer theory and professor of mathematical and computer sciences
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at Y S U , and right, Dr. Guido Dobbert, professor of sociology, anthropology and social work                            w                           11+1
at Y S U .                                                                                                                    Paper     Lion
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   Dr. Leon Rand, dean of                 Tenth St., Salem and Linda                    Engineering - Hassan Sharifi-Nik-
                                                                                                                                             of managerial workshop
graduate studies and research,            Moore,      1198     Will-o-Wood,             nafs, 7053 West Boulevard, Board-   Youngstown, O. - A one how to accept criticism without
Youngstown. State University, has         Hubbard.                                      man and Kaushik Mansinh Chaud-   day workshop on "assertiveness giving up your own convictions.
announced the appointment of 20               Department of Elementary Ed-              hary, 209 Park Ave., Youngstown  training" is set for Saturday,         Leaders of the workshop will
                                                                                                                         October 21, 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.. be Joan Enken' and Kathy
additional graduate assistantships        ucation- Dora Bailey, 8436 Four                  Departhv * of Secondary Ed-
tor the 1978-79 academic year.                                                                                           on the campus of Youngstowti Chaffee, who have conducted a
                                          seasons Trail, Koiano ana Rosc-               ucation - Andrv* Jacooson, 911
   The students and the depart- -                                                                                        State University.                  series of assertive training
                                          marie Eckman, 48 W, Wood                      Stambaugh Ave., Sharon, Pa. and
ments they will serve are as                                                            Barbara J. Heimann, 5261 Samp-      Offered by the YSU depart- seminars at the            Youngstown
                                          Street, Lowellville.
follows:.                                                                               son Dr., Girard.                 ment of continuing education, Mental Health Center and at YSU.
                                              Department of English- Jon
   Department     of Biological                                                            Department       of   Special the workshop is designed for           Registration fee is $67, which
                                          Katz, 27 Warner Rd., Hubbard
Sciences-Joyce    Snyder,     238                                                       Education - Diana Stirberns, 519 managers and supervisors in all includes workshop participation,
                                          Elizabeth Pentin, 238 Hazelwood
Boardman Blvd., Boardman.                                                               N. Brockway, Youngstown.         work settings and will strive to materials and coffee breaks. For
                                          Ave. Pittsburgh, Pa. and Darnetta
    Department of Chemistry-Pom"                                                                                         improve teamwork and efficiency. more information,, contact the
                                          E. Bell, 1339 East 86th Street,                 Department of Guidance and
P. Israngkun, 22 Illinois Ave.,                                                                                             Skills tobe taught in the work- YSU department of continuing
                                          Cleveland, Ohio.                              Counciling - Cheryl A. Serrino, shop include: how to reduce education's                    professional
Youngstown, and Michael T. Bell,              Department of Management -                274 Third St., Austintown, O. defensive reactions'in others; how development programs division,
&.D. No. 1 Box 140, Burgrnll,             Donald C. Skiff, 1614 Fountain                Marilyn Samuels, 1012 Old to make negative statements (216)742-3358.
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 editorial....                                                               reporter's insight...
                      It's up to you
    A long-standing complaint often made by students at
 Y S U is that big-name concerts are never presented on cam-                 Proposition 13 reduces citizens' tax load
 pus. Judging by the rather paltry attendance (2800) at the
 Dave Mason concert Sunday night, this complaint seems
 rather farcical.
                                                                             also causes decrease in public services
    Dave Mason is a big name concert attraction. As*well as                  by Jeff Gallant                        Let's assume that I am a home         now have to reduce their hours,
                                                                               Recently, " a constitutional      owner, and assume that on my             police and fire departments must
 being a recent commercial success, he enjoys a reputation
                                                                            amendment was passed in Cali-        $50,000 house I pay 10 percent           layoff men and women, schools
 as having been part of a highly popular group, Traffic, from
                                                                            fornia entitled Proposition 13,      a year in taxes. That's $5,000          must layoff teachers. Big Bus-
 the sixties. His popularity is borne out by the fact that he                                                    a year in taxes. Now let's assume
                                                                            designed to reduce property taxes,                                            iness is, however, unaffected by
 sold out a concert at Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga                                                          that I own a small corporation          these cutbacks.
                                                                            which people wanted. However,
 Falls this summer, no easy feat. Despite all of this, he was               Proposition 13 reduced govern-       that has some $500,000 worth                On the other hand, the person
 virtually ignored by the students at Y S U .                               ment services, a result people       of property. That's $50,000 a           affected the most by these cut-
    Do the members o f the student body want name attrac-                   did not quite expect.                year in property taxes.                 backs is the person too poor to
 tions, or is it more satisfying to them to complain?                          Citizens of the United States        If taxes were cut to 5 percent,      own property. He does not gain
    There are two concerts o f note upcoming on campus this                 like to complain of government       I, as a home owner would pay            any benefit from cut property
 fall - Alex Bevan and Stephen Stills. Bevan is a performer                 waste. Also the size of govern-      $2,500 in taxes, saving $2,500          taxes because he does not pay
                                                                            ment and its priorities, not to      a year. Now as a small corpora-         property taxes. If he rents, his
 who was extremely popular last year when he played a mini-
                                                                            mention the effectiveness of gov-    tion owner, I would pay $25,000         landlord is the one saving money.
 concert at Y S U . Stills, o f course, is a member o f Crosby,
                                                                            ernment. The result in California    a year, saving $25,000 a year in        In addition, social services he
 Stills, and Nash. The way ticket sales go for these two                                                         taxes. Guess who makes out the
                                                                            was a tax-payer's revolt, drasti-                                            benefits from have been cut.
 events could well determine the future of good concerts at                                                      most?                                   With less money, available, for
                                                                            cally cutting property, taxes.
 Y S U . ..                                                                                                         Now that Big Business has            welfare, ADI and other services,
                                                                                However, in California, the
    The choice is a clear one: Either support the future                    average middle-class people are      gotten itself a nice tax break and      fewer of these services will' be
 rock concerts at Y S U , or take" in the disco scene on Ameri-              not the ones to be helped the       is saving more money than the           available to fewer people. What
 can Bandstand. It's up to you.                                             most by Proposition 13,-4nstead      average citizen, the average citi-      Proposition. 13 has done, ac-
                                                                                                                 zen has to put up with reduced          complished in effect, is to help
                                                                             Big Business will be helped the
                                                                                                                 government services. Libraries          Big Business,, those with money.
                                                                            most.

               Letters to the Editor                                        Questions facts in library fire,
 To the editor of the Jambar:          ante, upped? It is my understnad-
                                        ing that ten dollars will be al-    believes arson is logical answer
     Heaven forbid me to be the         lotted to the new stadium, a pro-    by LyndieVotaw                                                              find the room without assistance.,
                                                                                                                 sonist, his motives did not He
 one to cause trouble this early       ject which was to cost the stu-         Maybe I've.been watching too                                              I contend that most visitors, no
                                                                                                                 primarilyin destruction.
 in the year; however, I believe        dents nothing! Make tto mis-        mucli of Columbo lately, but                                                 matter how frequent or obser-
                                                                                                                     I have drawn this conclusion
 some clarifications, by the admin-   . take, I am not against the sta-     there are certain facts about the                                            vant, would have the same pro-
                                                                                                                 because; the fire was started in
 istration, are in order.             ' dium, however, I am against         public library fire, described on                                            blem - especially in the dark. The
                                                                                                                 the one room which could pro-
     First, and most noticable, our     falsification of facts, which I                                                                                  only     advantage I can see . in
                                                                            the front page, which just don't     bably cause less "damage than any
 General Fee has skyrocketed from       feel is the case here.                                                                                           setting fire to the room chosen,
                                                                            settle in my mind. By examining      other in case of fire. The storage
 thirty-five dollars to fifty-five          Our real'problems stem from     them, the only conclusion I can      room was located on the sixth           is that afire-preventionsprink-
 dollars per quarter. Why was the                 (Cont. on page 9)         draw is that if there was anar-      floor, the highest in the build-        ling system, which is in operation
                                                                                                                 ing. Fire moves up, not down, so        throughout the library, does not-
                                                                                                                 this would prevent the' blaze           extend to the storage room. And
                                                                                                                 from spreading quickly and easily.      anyone choosing the room for
                                                                                                                 The ventilation in the storage          that purpose would have to have
                                                                                                                 room was very poor, so.confin-          a full understanding of the work-
                                                                                                                 ing the fire was not difficult.         ings of the library. This fire was
                                                                                                                 Also; the main value of a library       obviously not the work of van-
                                                                                                                                                         dals. They would have probably
                                                                Y O U fOOL.                                      lies in its books, magazines, and
                                                                                                                 newspapers. They are expensive,
                                                                                                                 and often irreplaceable. The stor-
                                                                                                                                                         overturned " bookshelves and
                                                                                                                                                         looted for library fines.
                                                                                                                 age room was filled, essentially,           The fact that someone would
                                                                                                                 with unused, unimportant ma-             go to as much work as arson re-
                                                                                                                 terials and debris. The fire, even      quires indicates to me that he
                                                                                                                 had it grown more than it did,          could have also started his fire in
                                                                                                                 would, have been,, far removed          a more effective location, if
                                                                                                                 from hooks and periodicals, as the      destruction was his motive. No,
                                                                                                                 sixth' floor shelves were almost        I don't think the arsonist failed
                                                                                                                 totally void. It seems more logi-       at all, but rather succeeded. I
                                                                                                                 cal, then, if one wanted to destroy     think his goals were obvious:
                                                                                                                 a library, to begin the blaze in an     to scare, to threaten, to damage',
                                                                                                                 open space on, the first floor.         to revenge...but not to destroy.
                                                                                                                    It would have also been more            When I brought up these
                                                                                                                 convenient to begin the blaze on        points with Rocky Russo, Young-
                                                                                                                 the first floor. The.way things         stown fire chief, he said, **Those
                                                                                                                 stand now, the arsonist, it ap-         are valid points. And they em-
                                                                                                                 pears, would have had to enter          phasize the question I've been
                                                                                                                 the library, climb all the way to       asking myself since it happened.
                                                                                                                 the sixth floor, find the storage       If this is arson, what's the mo-
                                                                                                                 room, set four fires, climb all         tive?".
                                                                                                                 the way down, and exit through
                                                                                                                 the basement.
                                                                                                                    This brings up anothe        5int.
                                                                                                                 To do this, the arsonist showed
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                                                                                                                          campus shorts
    Parking problems were dis- the senate was unable to get a                      is less than was" reported in the                          Child Development Laboratory
cussed, and five new members quarum of three -students in                          Jambar last week.
were added to the Academic the meetings this summer.                                   It was suggested/that the park-      YSU's department ^f home economics announces the fall
Grievance Committee in the first       In addition, Council asked                  ing attendants find a way of          quarter opening of a special "Child Development Laboratory**
meeting of Student Council yes-     students interested in joining a               communicating to let students         for pre-school students, 3-5 years old. The program will be offered
terday at 3:3j0 p.m.                committee to get an application                know where to find available          on Wednesdays and Fridays, 9:15-11:45 a.m.. from Oct. 11 -Nov.
    Mario Massaro, filled in, for in the Student Government Of-                    parking spaces.                       29. It will provide pre-schoolers with a curriculum including group
chairman John Carano, who is in fices.                                                The Vice President of'Student      learning experiences, art, music, science and social skills; Registra-.
the hospital. •                        In other Council action, Pres-              Government, Dave Bozanich             tion fee for the 14 scheduled sessions is $25. For further informa-
    Mario welcomed new members      ident of Student Government,                   noted that the voter registration     tion on registration procedures, contact the YSU department of
Sharon Saadey, Arts and Sciences Tony Koury, called a meeting                      booth in Kilcawley signed 55          home economics, (216) 742-3344.
and BUI Welsh, CAST, who have for all secretaries of student                       people up and that his office was                                   Sigma Chi
taken, over the duties of gradua- organizations for Tuesday,-Oct.                  open to anyone who has yet to           " YSU's Sigma Chi fraternity is the recipient of the "Peterson
ting members.                       4 at 2 pjn. and Thursday, Oct.                 register. He added that anyone        Significant Chapter Award," the highest award presented by the
                                   •5 at 4 p.m..                                   who would like to vote in the         fraternity's national chapter. It is named after Sigma Chi Founda-
    A motion was passed to add
                                       Koury also reported on the                  NovT election must be registered      tion' Chairman and former Grand Consul J. Dwight Peterson. The
five new members to the Aca-
                                                                                   by Oct. 7,1978.                       Award, based on the 1977-78 academic year, is given for outstand-
demic Grievance Committee. parking situation and added that
They were: Paul Suddes, Mark Neil Humphrey, vice president of                         The L.E.T.S. organization has      ing achievement in membership, scholarship persistency in gradua-
Morgan, Richard Barrnet, Doris financial affairs said that, as of                  made a plea for volunteers to aid     tion, campus activities and leadership in addition to public, campus
 Sankovich and Bob Wasko. The Monday, Sept. 25, there were                         handicapped students get around       and community relations. With the award came a check for $50,
high turnover rate of members 4,725 parking spaces available for                   campus during the day. Anyone         earmarked for student counseling. The money was presented to the
on the senate was also discussed. student parking and only 4,574                   interested is urged to inquire        University by YSU Sigma Chi president Jeff Johnson, and past
 Assistant Dean of Student Af- were filled. This is not including                  at the Developmental Education        president Frank DiPero.
                                    the Republic Steel Lot. This                   Department.
 fairs, David Bertleson noted that
                                         Children who once Hved
                                          months are now living
                                       - years. Many of them are
                                          growing up. Some are
                                           already adults, living
                                                normal lives.
                                        Did you ever wonder what
by Becky Turocy                            the American Cancer
   The Student Organization Fair       Society did with the money
                                       you gave us? Well, some of
proved to be the highlight of New           it went to leukemia
Students' Week due to the                research. And, if we had
                                         more, we could do more.
participation of almost 40 campus
organizations Wednesday.
                                      STEREO CLEARANCE HOUSE                                                                       1      '                                   1
    Representatives from each club    HAS LOWEST STEREO                                                                                                                       1
were on hand to answer questions      PRICES.
relating to membership and to
supply general information to
interested students.                       Pioneer SXSSoVeoeiWr $384
                                        ~*e«tmlc*jSJlJj»0 Turotibta *~120.
                                           AJcol CS702D Cauatte « 1 2 5 .
   Among the fraternities parti-        Our Free Catalog has many more deals on                                                                                Sigma Alpha Epsilon
                                      major hands, even lower prices on our
cipating were Sigma Chi, Phi          monthly specials sheet Send now and find                                                                                 850 Pennsylvania
                                      out how to buy current 97.98 list Ip's for
Kappa Tau, Theta Chi, Sigma Phi       93.89. Stereo Clearance House Dept CH7I         OCT. 5 9 : 0 0 ?                                                         Need a ride? Call us 743-1312
                                      1029 Jacoby St., Johnwown, Pa. 15902.
Epsilon, Phi Sigma Kappa, Nu          PhoneQuotM 814-638-1611
Sigma Tau, E Alpha Espsilon and
Alpha Phi Alpha.
    Sororities included in the fair                YSU
.were Zeta Tau Alpha, Delta Zeta,
                                                                                                                         HOMECOMING                       78
 Phi Mu, Alpha Phi Sigma, Alpha
 Epsilon Rho,, Alpha Mu, Sigma        Stock up now on these exam                                        liLL « A Z » d r i E 3
                                                                                                       ALL vHESE VEA=K~
 Sigma Sigma, Omicron Delta           preparation books available
 Epsilon and Alph Omicron Pi.         at the YSU Bookstore
                                      Kilcawley Center.
   Organizations appealing to
students majoring in specialized                                                                                             O C T .      18     -21
fields were Alph Kappa P si, Pro
                           (


Musica, the YSU History Club,
the YSU Geography Club, the
American Society of Certified                                                                                                                  COMPETITION
Engineering Technicians,, and Les
Bon Vivants. .

   Campus groups represented at
the Fair were the Baptist Student
Union, Student Government, the
                                                                                                           DON'T BE LATE!
                                                 ACT
Major Events Committee and                                                                        T o m o r r o w i s t h e l a s t day to turn i n H o m e c o m i n g
Student Democrats.
                                                                                                   King and Queen applications
     Other organizations present at              PACE                                              APPLICATION DEADLINE:
  the Fair included the Pershing
  Rifles, the Young Worker's Lib-                DAT                                               3pm W e d n e s d a y , O c t . 4 Student A c t i v i t i e s O f f i c e
  eration League, the Newman
  Student Organization, Circle K,                                                                  L a t e A p p l i c a t i o n s w i l l n o t be c o n s i d e r e d ,
  Liberation for the Equality                                                                  en t o a l l f u l l t i m e J u n i o r a n d S e n i o r Y S U S t u d e n t s
  Toward Students, NAACP, the
  Apostolic Christian Fellowship
                                                                                              Sponsored            in conjunction with Student Government
  and the Cooperative Campus
' Ministry.
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                                                                                                                                                       The Great Lakes Band performed
                                                                                                                                                       at the Fall Kick-Off Dance last
                                                                                                                                                       Friday, September 29. The
                                                                                                                                                       dance, held in Kilcawley's Chest-
                                                                                                                                                       nut Room, was well-attended.
                                                                                                                                                       This dance was thefirstin a series
                                                                                                                                                       to be sponsored by the Kilcawley
                                                                                                                                                       Center Program Board.




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                                                                                                                                            Livingston Taylor
                                                                                                                                            performed "Ca-
                                                                                                                                            roline Home*' as
                                                                                                                                            the opening cut
                                                                                                                                            of the Mason con-




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                                                                    (Cont. from page 1)

                                                              has been in effect for one full
                                                              year now. Somewhere near the
                                                              end of this academic year, (April
                                                              or May), the part of the agree-
                                                              ment which deals with salaries
                                                                                                                                         1 9
                                                              will come' open for re-negot-
                                                              iation, but only the part that
                                                             .deals with salaries. Therefore,
                                                              you can expect, to be hearing
                                                              quite a bit from the YSU OEA as
                                                              this year progresses, concerning
                                                              what the faculty believes must
                                                              be^ done to keep salaries at an
                                                              appropriate level in our expanding
                                                              economy. Each of the last two
                                                                                                           MKKiOOftMR
                                                              years our salaries went up five
                                                              percent while the cost of living      . I LOOKING FOR MR. GOODBAR ^ DIANE KEATONj
                                                              was increasing more on the order      TUESDAY WELD WILLIAM ATHERTON
                                                                                                    RICHARD KJXEY RICHARD GERE               RO I
                                                                                                                                            F E DE FIELDS
                                                              of ten percent. We hope to re-                 U I H OS E
                                                                                                            J DT R S N R                    I AO R O S
                                                                                                                                            C
                                                                                                                           w SHIMrtO'iyttt R H R B O K
                                                                                                                             r
                                                              cover that puchasing powej."                     W<:
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                                                                 As for his hopes for his new         Kffi&i&saE^JThursday, O c t . 5
                                                             position, Robinson added, "One                       12, k 8 p.m.f



                                                             of my personal goals for ' the                       Chestnut Room
                                                                                                     75^-YSU I . D . , $ 1 . 0 0 - g e n . a d m i s s i o n
                                                             presidency of the association will
                                               Jan Arcari    be to enhance the image of the                    , -   Sponsored by ,
DAVE MASON performed some of his favorites and many          association both in university, and                 KCPB F i l m rnmmiffPP              •
of his songs off his newer album "Mariposa de Ora" to        in the community as a. respon-
a crowd of 2800 at Beeghly Sunday, night.                    sible, productive organization."
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                                                                                                                    Beginning Wed. October 3rd
                                                                                                                                 CCM/St Johns

                                                                                                                                                         mm
                                                                                                                               11:30 - 1:30
                                                                                                                      Buffet of Culinary Excellence,

by Guz ScuHin                         frpm the Making of Star Wars. Excerpt from The Rex Queasy                St. Jdlvp's Gothic Dining Room
                                         "See Larry.. Larry is a manager  Files.
     "Man is basically a two legged
  beast} as is woman " excerpt from  •of a big store. See Larry manage       "Crime is a plague which C A N D L E L I G H T AND ENTERTAINMENT"
. the soon to "be released • Two-     the people who work for him. sweeps tills nation. It blackens                          Price: $2.00*
                                      See Larry use land, labor, capital and bleakens the beauty which
                                                                                  s

 Legged Beasts (Frawn Publishing,
 $12.95). This fall many books for the betterment of his busi- bustles forth beaming from this
 are going to be on sale that the ness." From A Beginner's Guide big,; bold, and blessed land.
  astute college student should be to Management.                         Crime is bad." Excerpt from               Visit the Chain Store Located
 interested in. How about taking          "Rex Queasy was one of the The Anvil And The Weasel.
                                      best private eyes in the business.
                                                                                                                            in YSU Bookstore
 a look at some of the more                                                  "Woke up, ate breakfast, went
 outstanding' selections that will It was a warm day'in the big city, to work, came.home, ate dinner,                       Kilcawley Center
 be available to you soon--what do the streets were bustling with watched some television (in
 you say? No, you don't want to people. Buildings stood erect, hot color!), went to bed, slept."
 read about it? OK, fine by me, dog vendors .complained of the From Diary of a Boring Person,                Jin. bracelets and I6in.-24in. chains
 stop right here, go on, lay down "Great Mustard Strike", and little Boring Publications, Inc.
 the' paper, don't read anymore. old men looked to the sky pond-            "The two made ecstatic and       available in 12k white and yellow
 I'm going to put your name in        ering the. operation of certain erotic, electric and elastic love.
 here and make fun of you. Yeah, helicopters.         It was too hot, The silence enveloped the room                 gold or stearling silver
 that's right, I'nrgoing to make fun Rex though to himself as he got which served as their den of
 of you. Oh, so now you want to out of the oven which was in one decadency. The only sound to                              '$3.00 and up ——
 read this? Changed your mind real    of the four corners of his cramp- be heard was the marching band
 quick, eh?                           ed office. Rex walked to his desk, on the. street playing "Tie A
                                      and sat in his chair. Suddenly,
     Since there are many books to there was a pounding at his door. Yellow Ribbon", and the sound
list,     I    will    simply give Rex stood up, walked to the door, of a lone 747 flying into the near-                WickerBasket
you excerpts; And titles, fair and opened it. The body of a by airport, plus the sounds of the
enough?                                                                  thirteen children next door                      Kilcawley Center
                                      dead' man fell to Rex's feet. playing "Red Rover, Red Rover".
     "He demanded her supply," Down the hall Rex spied two men                                                O p e n t o t h e p u b l i c 11 a . m . - 2 p . m .
excerpt from The Economics of dressed in black fur coats running Quincy offered Cindy a cigarette,
                                                                         she refused.     Cindy offered
Sex,                                  for the stairs. Without a second Quincy a bobby pin, he accepted.    Presenting the most exciting salad bar
     "Test one, test two. Check, thought, Rex pursued anxiously.
check, one two, one two-'Bob, is Halfway down the hall, Rex
                                                                         Quincy offered Cindy a stuffed     ~, '            in Youngstown
                                                                         poodle, she accepted.      Cindy
 this damn thing on?" from The received second thoughts, and
 White House Tapes.
                                                                         offered' Quincy a coconut
                                      decided he might be heading into macarpon cookie; he smiled as he                  featuring. 21 items
   ."Mark Hamill stood in front       danger. Rex stopped, turned, and ate it, Quincy offered Cindy a
of the camera and pretended he
was someone else, he was acting, walked back to his office.' It was
                                                                         bust of Alexander Hamilton,               Special Opening Offer                   Oct 2-6
                                                                         she....." From Ominous Offer-
which can be a very important a hot day, Rex thought as he
                                                                         ings.
role for any actor in any movie*" crawled back into his oven."                                                        25C0IFF Large Salad Plate
                                                                                                                        .   $1.75          Sale price           $1.50
                                       CAMPUS CALENDAR

                                     Tuesday, Ott. 3
byBOISnier
                                     KCPB "A Toronto Sensibility" 9 a.m.4 p.m., Art Gallery
    The YSU soccer team opened       Craft Sale 9 a.m.-4 p,m., Kilcawley Center Arcade
their 1978 season on the road        Al Bright Art Exhibit 8 a.m.-10 p.m., Maag Library
with a 4-2 loss to Alliance College. Placement Interviews B.F. Goodrich, Ford Motor Co. Louisville Assembly
     YSU drew first blood in the         Plant 9 sL.rn.-S p.m., Jones Hall
                                     School o'f Education Dinner 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Room 216
opening period on a goal by soph-, V.S. Marine Coip. Testing 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Kilcawley Center Room 150
omore, Craig Peck. The goal was
made possible off of an assist'by Wednesday, Oct. 4
sophomore Bill Oakley, who
kicked from the corner to Craig, U.S. Marine Corps. Recruiting 9 a.iru-4 p.m., Kilcawley Center Arcade
                                     ¥SU Soccer 3 p.m. at Malone College
Peck who then rammed it home. YSU Field Hockey 4 p.m. at Hiram                                            .
     Alliance then roared back to     'raft Sale 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Kilcawley Center Arcade
 score the next three goals to give Spotlight Theater Films Dancing Mothers, The Phantom of the Opera. 7 p.m.-
 the home team a 3-1 advantage           10 p.m. Ford Theater
 with only a minute left in the YSU Nutrition Society Organizational Meeting Open to all, 12 noon, Com-
                                         mons Room, Cushwa Hall
 half.                               Help HotlineClass 5:30 p.m.-7:30 pUn. 1106 Cusnwa
     Peck then rammed home his YSU History Club Luncheon Brendon Minogue, "Philosophy and History of
 second goal, going the length of        Science: Marriage or Marriage of Convenience" 12 noon, Kilcawley Center
 the field for the tally.                Room 238
     The Alliance victory was the                                                                                     - Medical fees based on ability to pay
                                     Ihursday, Oct. 5
 home team's third in a row which*                                                                                     Convenient locations .
  increased their record to 3-3 KCPB "A Toronto Sensibility" 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Art Gallery                                Complete confidentiality
  on the year. The Penguins suf- KCPB "Looking for Mr. Goodbar" 12 noon, 4 p.m. and 8 p.m., Chestnut                    ^Special information line 746-1889
  fered their initial loss. YSU's        Room
                                                                                                                          Monday 3-8
  next game will be Wednesday, Student Government Student Organizations Meeting 4 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Kilcaw-                  Tuesday thru Friday 3-5
                                         ley Center Room 216
  Oct. 4 at Malone College. The Al Bright Art Exhibit 8 a.m.-10 p.m., Maag Library                                        Saturday 9-3
  Penguins' home opener will be on U.S. Marine Corps. Recruiting 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Kilcawley Center Arcade                 Main Office: 746-5641
  Oct. 18 at Roosevelt Park against
                                                                                                                        105 E. Boardman St. Youngstown, Ohio 44503
  Mercyhurst. The Penguins are
  coached by George Hunter.
Tuesday, October 3,1978                                                            The Jambar                                                                                                   Page 9


                                                                                                                        Classifieds                                  , Classifieds
                                                                                                                 DIAMOND            ENGAGEMENT           &        Full or Part T i m e : J o b open for


                                       ing situation at Y
                                                                                                               [WEDDING RINGS;               U p to 5 0 %    hard working Individuals in office
                                                                                                               | discount t o students, faculty, & staff. yard or driving truck. ; C-Average or
                                                                                                                               *
                                                                                                               ' Example, V ct." $150, Y* ct.. $350,         better required.        Call H U B B A R D
                                                                                                               ' 1 ct. 9 9 5 , by buying, direct from ; L U M B E R 534-1913 (103C)
by Diana CicchiHo                   parking situation is much worse       junior, Engineering, describes the     leading diamond cutter. F o r color
                                                                                                                 catalog send $1 t o S M A Diamond There are only t w o types of great
    A recent student poll indi-     this fall.                            parking and suggests that a, ba-       Importers, Inc., S o x 4 2 , Fanwoods,      men In the world. Those w h o are
cates that parking is definitely       Leaving for school extra early     lance between stickers sold and        N ' J ' 07023 (Indicate name of school)     E A E ' s amd those who want , t o
                                                                                                                'or call (212) 682-3390 for location. become E A E ' s . (103 C)             •         •
inconvenient at YSU. 20 stu-       and waiting in lines which often       spaces available be established.     ' o f srtowrrom nearest y o u . (100CH)* ; ; F O U N D - Partying atmosphere at
dents were randomly selected to    results in missing classes were        Walt Malys, sophomore, CAST,                                                      | E A E Paternity House. Ruin-Party,
participate in the survey which    just a few of the inconveniences       also feels that a certain number        N E E D E D T U T O R f o basic technical = Thurs. Oct. 5. (103 C)                   |_
                                                                                                                  math. Sat, or Sun. Mornings: Phone          L O S T - Partying atmosphere at the
asked the following questions:     expressed by students. Tarn Ran-       of stickers should be sold and          743-5922 (evening) (203CH)                  Y S U Campus. (103 C) ,
1) Have you purchased a sticker?   kin resorted to illegal parking to     noniore.
                                                                                                                                                                 PART—TIME JOBS                 Applications,
2) Has parking been convenient     avoid missing'class when the YSU           Eric Cahill, sophomore, En-         I need much work typed. WHI.be now being taken for parttlme. Jobs
                                                                                                                  100 double spaced pages? $.50 a page :, at Racquet ball South, opening in
for you? |and 3) What problems,    lots were full and received a tic-     gineering, is considering checking    "and up according t o quality.             No 'Nov.              Men & women' applicants.
if any, have you been confronted   ket. What are you to do when           into the monthly parking cost of     ^footnotes. Dave 755-8300 after 10                 Have Immediate heed for person with           :


                                   lots.are full? The parking officials                                           p.m. (203C)                                     some office experience and good
with?                                                                     the downtown parking deck as a                                                          personality. Forms t o be filled out
                                    suggest parking in the Republic       possibility for next quarter. The                                                      -and returned            today; & w e d . at
                                                                                                                ' O N C A M P U S - T w o blocks from,
   All students interviewed had Steel lot. Not many of the partici-
                                                                                                                                                                  Beeghly, Rm. 210. (103, C)           -,
                                                                          majority of students emphasized         Y S U ( S A F E A R E A ) , nicely furnished
                                    pants in the, survey were willing     the importance of arriving at           (five)     bedroom         home,    carpeted
                                                                                                                                                               ' APARTMENTS* F O R R E N T - 1
bought a parking sticker although                                                                                 throughout, A l s o :        one bed-room,
                                    to accept the Republic Steel lot      school early, preferably before         nicely furnished apartment.
                                                                                                                                                                  block from university. Solar Realty
many felt that it wasn't worth the                                                                                                                              ,747-9211, 2 2 0 W, R a y e n        (IlNC)
                                    as an alternative. • Sherry Ault,     8:00 a.m. to get a parking space.                     REASONABLE
increase from $15 to $20 per                                                        v
                                                                                                                  C A U L A N Y T I M E - 743-7426.                   Kensington Ave.
                                   junior, Arts & Sciences, hasn't        Other responces from those in-
quarter.-Jay Richards stated that                                                                                                                                   ,3 bedroon a p t $135.00 a month
                                    had any problems and suggests         terviewed were: "It's OK for                                                                Includes electricity
the increase was unjust and said,                                                                                                                                     CALL           AFTER      7:00 P.M.
                                    that the difficulty arises'from the   me," "I park blocks away and            Want experience? Maybe a career In
"We are paying more for less fact that "everyone wants the                                                      Journalism? Reporters, photograph-
                                                                                                                                                                    . 542-2542 (50CH)
parking spots." Of those inter- most convenient spots."                   don't like walking," and "College       ers, and advertising majors are.en-                 Benita Ave. Duplex
                                                                          parking is, always bad and probab-      couraged t o J O I N T H E J A M B A R .
viewed who had attended YSU                                                                                       S T A F F , Rayen Hall R o o m 115.
                                                                                                                                                                   , 2 bedroon apt. $100.00 a m o n t h .   :




                                       "Terrible" is how Paul Shiller,    ly always will be."                                                                        Pay own utIUtes. C A L L A F T E R
last fall, most agreed that the                                                                                  .Monday and Thursday nlghtu.                      ' 7 : 0 0 P ' M ' (50CH)


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     Are you a Junior or Senior                                                                                                                                                                            i
 who is a full time student and
 academically in good standing?
 Then you are half way there to
 meet the requirements of a 1978
 Homecoming            King/ Queen
. Candidate.
     Applications to be nominated
 for Homecoming King/Queen
 Court will be available in the
 Student Activities Office, second
  floor, Kilcawley Center at 8 a.m.
 Mon., Oct 2. All applications
 must be returned to the Student
 Activities Office before 3 p.m.
 Wed., Oct. 4. Late applications
 .will be considered.




         (Cont. from page 4)
  the policy of YSU. Within this
 University exists what can be
 called a non-informance policy.
 This states that the University
 reserves the right to change a
 fee at anytime without informing
 the students. This is an unfair
 policy and it's time that it's                                                                                                                                                                            i
.changed, this is the root of many
 problems between students and
 the administration.
     The other clarification which
 I deem necessary is the raise in
 parking from fifteen .dollars to
                                                                                                                                                                                                           i
 twenty dollars in one year. I
 suppose this additional charge is
 to cover additional operating
 costs. If that be the case then I                                                7 see theyfinallygot Stroh's on tap."
 hope that I am not able to find
 any pot holes in any of our lots!
     I am' urging all new and old
 students to support the removal
 of the non-informance policy of
 YSU and demand a public clar-
 ification for these increased fees,
 it is your right as a student of
 this University!

                 Richard T. Curry                                                       For the real beer lover.
            Senior Arts & Sciences
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                                                                                                                           On the Penguin football team execution before the Saginaw
                                                                                                                       the responsibility for executing Valley game.         •. v .
                                                                                                                       the next opponents offensive and
                                                                                                                       defensive sets during the weeks
                                                                                                                       practice before the game belongs   For the week ending Oct. 1
                                                                                                                       to a group called the Scout Team-            Offense
  byBiUSnier                               The point-after by Haynali, by the     lead to 30-6.                         ers i                                 Mark Cerni - Soph. G.
                                           way, gave the junior placekicker a        A penalty on a punt by Sag-                                             Jim Hannis-Fresh. F.B.
       The electricity of an expectant     new scholl record for point-after-     inaw, gave the Penguins the ball         The following Penguins have              Defense
   crowd '>:as matched by an electri-      touchdown (61) which broke the         again on their next possession at    been named as outstanding Scout,    Doug Teasline-Fresh. LB
   cal s u ^ at Fitch Stadium Sat-         old record of sixty held by Dick       the Saginaw 27. Two carries by         Teamers for their outstanding     Bill McDermott-Soph. DE
   urday night as the YSU Penguins         Hartzell.                              Dumas and a personal foul agjnst
   sloshed and slid their way to a            After the game delay, the. Pen-     the: Cardinals gave the Penguins a
   49 - 12- victory over Saginaw          guins came out, with a little          commanding 36-6 lead.          But
   Valley State College.                  lightening of their own. On the        Haynali's streak of 42 straight
•>j--The- victory, the Penguin's
'•'"fourth in a row this year and their
                                          first play following the delay,        extra points ended as the Car-
                                                                                 dinals forced him to mass the
                                                                                                                                                       Hair cutting
                                          Snoddy pitched to Marschell
   seventh straight over the past         Brumfield sweeping right end.          point-after.
   two seasons, may move the              But Brumfield slowed down and              The passing of Steve Zott
   Penguins up in 'the national           threw a pass back to.. Hie left to     gave the Cardinals their second                                    for men and women
   rankings coupled with Akron's          Snoddy, probably the quarter-          touchdown as Zott completed
   victory over Eastern Illinois. Last    back's     only reception of           six passes to move to the Penguins
   week, the Penguins were ranked         career, which picked up 28-yards.      one. John Waters dove in for the          presenting $12.00 styling for $ 9 . 5 0
   sixth and Eastern Illinois, fourth     From there, it took Brumfield          score to make it 36-12. .
   in the Division II poll.               only two carries from-the Saginaw          On Saginaw's next possessions,
                                                                                                                                            w i t h t h i s ad
     A torrential rainstorm plagued       seven to get into the end zone.        the, Cardinals drove to the YSU
                                          With Haynali's point, YSU'
                                                                                                                                featuring Cyndy and Joseph
 play on both sides throughout                                                   nine-yard, line. But Pat Durina
                                          increased their lead at halftime to                                                                   ®    7 Belgrade Ave. off West side of Belmont
 the game with some lightening                                                   stepped in front of Zott's intend-
                                                                                                                                                     Ave. Two blocks north of Gypsy Lane
 actually touching down very near          16-0.                                 ed, receiver and ran 95 yards to
                                                                                                                                                                                         =€
                                                                                                                                                                                        •3=
 the staduim. The rain held down              The second half was more of        paydirt with the interception to                                                   =sc=f
 a very large crowd of Penguin            the same as the YSU tough              increase the lead to 43-12.
 rooters which, at kickoff was very       ground game ran right through the          The one-sidedness of the game
 near capacity with many more             Saginaw Valley , defense. Brum-        is best reflected by the. overall
 still awaiting outside, stuck in         field drove the Penguins on an         statistics.    YSU piled up 439
 traffic jams. The lightening also        89-yard drive which was climaxed       yards total offense to only 208
 caused a momentary blackout at           by a 14-yard pass from Snoddy to       for Saginaw Valley. Most of the.
 the staduim with the storm fin-          tight end Emmett .King; increas-       Cardinals, offense, by the way,
 ally causing the officials to            ing the YSU lead to 224).              came against the second-team
 suspend play for about forty -               Realizing that they were.going      defense.
 minutes for the players' safety.         no where on the ground against             Individually for the Penguins,
    It was the Penguins defense           the tough Penguin defense, Sag-         Brumfield had his usualfinegame.
that put the first points on the          inaw quarterback Steve Zott went       The Senior Penguin game-breaker
scoreboard.       YSU took the            to the air. Starting from his          raced for 145 yards on 28 carries.
opening kickoff and was forced            won 19-yard line after YSU             Keith Snoddy also put in a fine
to punt. With a second down on            fumbled a field goal attempt,          performance, completeing 7 of 12
their own 13-yard line, Saginaw           Zott only used four passes to          for 110 yards and three touch-
Valley quarterback Steve Zott             drive the.length of the field'to re-   downs. Emmett King had one of
elected to go to the air. But a           duce the Penguin lead to 22-6.         his finest days on the receiving
strong Penguin pass rush, led by          The big play in the drive was a        end as the senior tight end hauled
Defensive end Tom . Harder,               66-yard pass from Zott to Mark         in four aerials for 56-yards: and
dropped Zott in the end zone for          Guimond' with Kevin Statzer            two TDs.
a safety, giving the Penguins a 2-0       making a saving tackle.                    Next on the slate for YSU is a
advantage.                                                                        date with number four ranked
                                             After a YSU drive stalled, Hay-
    TKe Penguins increased their          nali, punted but Melvin'Mathews        • Eastern Illinois, who is pro-                                                              PHONE:
 lead late in thefirstquarter on an       fumbled for Saginaw at their won        bably still, smarting after Satur-                                                          793-9940
 eight yard scoring pass from             40 and Statzer recovered. The           day's loss to Akron. , A report
 quarterback Keith SnooMy to              Penguins then took only three           on the current Mid-Continent
 fullback Dwight Dumas. Chuck             plays to get into the end zone,         Conference race and a look at
                                          with Brum field, scoring from six       Eastern Illinois will .appear in         <                      DANCE
 Haynali added the point to in-
                                                                  : Penguins      Friday's                                            ' '        CONTESTS

                                                                                                                                                MIRROR BALL




                                                                                 Chuck Haynali kicks the record
                                                                                 breaking 61st extra point of his
                                                                                 career, breaking the old record of
                                                                                 60. He has since added three
                                                                                 extra - point kicks to his credit




                                                                                                                            Wednesday, Oct. 4
                                                                                                                            9:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                            55 Indiana
 Tuesday, October 3,1978                                                           The Jambar                                                                                        Page 11




 Editor's note: Open Line questions are written by YSU
 students. The answers are provided by the medical and
 counseling staff of Planned Parenthood of Mahoning
 Valley, Inc.
 Question                                                               ^
    I'm a guy, 25; and my girl is-23. She's my problem.^We argue all
the time. I love her and want to marry her, but she is' cool to the
idea. I'll admit that one of the reasons I want to marry her is because
she is a virgin. I've spent a lot of time trying to get her down the aisle.
Do you think I should keep trying to get her to see things my way,
or should I just find someone else?
Answer                                                       *
     Virginity is a state of mind. Perhaps you should examine your
 feelings since they seem to be so strong. Ask yourself honestly, why it
                                                                              Franz Bib®
                                                                               MUSICAL DIRECTOR
 is so important that the woman you marry must be virginal. Once this          AND CONDUCTOR '
 priority is out of the way, see if this woman is still so important to
 you.                                                               .
                                                                                                                                   YS.U.                Students
 Question
     I am 18, and this is my first year in college.My boyfriend is also
 a freshman. We have been going together for two years, but have not
 yet made love. Now that we are both in college, he thinks we ought
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Answer
    Perhaps he is handling all he can for right now. He may: be con-
fused about his role now that he is no longer in the Seminary, and
his use of drugs may be his crutch for escape. It seems that he needs
a lot of room so he can find some direction to his life. He has prob-                       S
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