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                                                                                                                                McCovern optimistic in talk
         Moratorium vote tonight
            The General Assembly will              of US troops in Vietnam after        co-operated in planning activities      describing American crises
       vote tonight on a resolution sup-           December 1, 1970. In addition        at MIT and in the Boston area.             By Alex Makowski                                cities are erupting in disorder."
       porting the October 15 Vietnam              Sen. Fred Harris, chairman of        At present, plans call for com-                                                                      Urban remedies
       Moratorium amid a rising tide of            the Democratic National Com-                                               "It was the best of times; it
                                                                                        munity-directed activities such was the worst of times," wrote                                 However, he insisted there
       support for that movement on                mittee, called a meeting of liber-   as leafletting in the morning, and Charles Dickens in A Tale of
       this and other campuses.                    al and moderate Democratic                                                                                                      are "large numbers of sensitive,
                                                                                        a massive rally on the Boston Two Cities, and Senator George                               thoughtful people" ready to
            At MIT, it is known that               Congressman last Friday. The         Common at 3:30 pm.
       many top administrators favor               group plans to "take the gloves                                         McGovern used this passage to                           work for solutions. He offered
                                                                                            At present, a regional group illustrate the crucial points of his                      the possibility of new relation-
       major MIT participation in the              off" on the issue of Vietnam.        with representatives from all lecture in Kresge yesterday.
       Moratorium. At the faculty                  The group considered the possi-                                                                                                 ships between local communities
                                                                                        Boston area institutions is co-       He d e scribed "sufficient                           and the federal government to
       meeting last week, President                bility of closing down the Senate    -ordinating area activities, iin- troubles, paradoxes, and contra-
       Howard Johnson stated his "ten-             on October 15 in support of the                                                                                                 "decentralize the decision-
                                                                                        eluding the Common rally. Vari- dictions" both at home and a-                              making process."
       tative" reaction that, "That day            Moratorium by keeping enough         ous possible march tactics are ·broad, but saw "forces in mo-
       could be an important day of                Senators away from the chamber                                                                                                      Recalling his own experience
                                                                                        being considered to move groups tion that hold out the distant                             with Los Angeles smog, the Sen-
       conscience for this Institute."             to prevent a quorum.                 of students from their respective possibility of change that may
       He added that classes could be                  The Moratorium began inde-                                                                                                  ator continued with a discussion
                                                                                        campuses to the Common.            be for the better."                                     of pollution. There is hope, he
       officially cancelled only by vote           pendently with two groups, the           The ad hoc group which is
       of the faculty, but urged that              National Student Mobilization                                              Specifically McGovern de-                            claims, that this unhealthy im-
                                                                                         planning activities for the MIT tailed several contemporary                               pact of our modern technology
       the faculty not attempt to hold             to End the War in Vietnam and        student body will meet tomor- issues to support his optimistic
       a regular business meeting oi,              the Political Action for Peace                                                                                                  will be reversed.
                                                                                        row evening in the East Lounge outlook. Beginning with the ur-                                 As for violence, McGovern
       that day.                                   organization in Massachusetts.       of the Student Center at 7:30 ban crisis, he related how "our
                                                   Members of both groups have                                                                                                     bemoaned the loss of such
            Within the MIT faculty, a                                                   pm.                                                                                        statesmen as John Kennedy to
       broadly-based ad hoc group met                                                                                                                                              the assasain's bullet and the riots
       late yesterday afternoon to plan
       a faculty response to the Mora-
       torium call. The action finally
       chosen by this group will depend
                                                   Lunar rock testing begins                                                                                                       which have disrupted our cities.
                                                                                                                                                                                   Yet he draws strength from the
                                                                                                                                                                                   knowledge that our society has
       to some extent upon the action
       taken by the General Assembly
                                                                                                                               _xI''I-/                                            and will produce men with the
                                                                                                                                                                                   courage and idealism needed to
                                                                                                                                                                                   meet these crises.
       in its meeting tonight, at 8'pm                                                                                                                                                        Foreign policy
       in the Sala.                                                                                                                                                                    Concluding with the
            On Friday the Columbia Uni-                                                                                                                                            "transcendent" issue of the Viet-
       versity Senate passed a resolu-                                                                                                                                             nam war, "the most tragic mis-
       tion denouncing current war po-                                                                                                                                             take in our history," McGovern
       licy and recommending immedi-                                                                                                                                               insisted that a newly awakened
       ate withdrawal of US forces. The                                                                                                                                            citizenery would subject our for-
       vote was 51 in favor, 25 against,                                                                                                                                           eign policy to the closest scr-
       and three abstentions. The Sen                                                                                                                                              utiny. 'Never again shall we
       ate is a joint student-faculty-ad-                                                                                                                                          send American forces abroad to
       ministration body which is the                                                                                                                                              save a regeime that does not
       highest organ of governance at                                                                                                                                              have the respect of its own
       Columbia. It was set up by a                                                                                                                                                people."
       group which restructured the un-                                                                                                                                                Now then, the Senator asked,
       iversity in the wake of wide-                                                                                                                                               how will we live in these mud-
       spread discontent with the old                                                                                                                                              dled times? He dismissed those
       structure.                                                                                                                                                                  who would "paper over" the
            At the University of Michi-                                                                                                                                            problems of our society in an
       gan, President Robben Fleming,                                                                                                                                              attempt to maintain the status
       stating his personal views before                                                                                                                                           quo, while rejecting those radi-
       a university audience, on Sep-                                                                                                                                              cals who would tear the system
       temfber 19,' endorsed massive                                                                                                                                               down in the mistaken belief that
       troop withdrawals- along the                                                                                                                                                anything is an improvement over
       lines proposed by Clark Clifford                                                                                                                                            what we have.
       and McGeorge Bundy. He also                  The Grumman Lunar Roving Vehicle is an unlikely addition to the scenery of building 7.                                                  Liberal reforms
       promised university facilities to                                                                                                                                               Rather, McGovern asked for
                                                                                                                                           Photo by Gary DeBardi
       those seeking to have the univer-                                                                                                                                           "thoughtful, orderly reform. We
        sity "show its posture on the                                                       Professor Gene Simmons will          of the rocks. Such constants as
                                                            By Lee Giguere              head a group including Profes-           seismic velocities, both in the                   must open up the political pro-
       war," and pledged that if those                                                                                                                                             cesses to the ordinary citizen,"
        concerned about the war could                 Within a few weeks scientists     sors Dae-Hyun Chung, Ki-lta              compression and shear modes,
                                                   from MIT will join the other         Horai, William Brace and David           thermal expansion, thermal                        re-examine budgetary alloca-
        fill the 15,000 capacity Events                                                                                                                                            tions, speak with a new candor.
        Building, he would "carry their            scholars around the world at-        Wones. They will concentrate on          diffusidity and the attenuation
                                                   tempting to pry the secrets of       those physical properties perti-         of seismic waves will be deter-                   And we need "a foreign policy
        message to Washington."                                                                                                                                                    that would hold out the hope of
            In Congress, Sen. Charles              lunar geology from the moon          nent to the analysis of seismic          mined. Tests will also be con-
        Goodell (R-N.Y.) has introduced            rocks brought back by Apollo         data.                                    ducted to seek evidence for the                   peace and' prosperity both for
        a resolution forbidding the use            XI.                                      Professor Patrick Hurley, also       presence of hydrous mineral.                      ourselves and the people all over
                                                                                        of the Department of Earth and                     (Please turn to page'3}                 this troubled world."
         Justin Gray t,ojoin faculty;                                                   Planetary Sciences, will be con-
                                                                                        ducting independent tests to
         leaves City'M.anagers office                                                   measure the isotopes in the
                                                                                        sample. His results should be
                                                                                                                                Newu systein adopted
                 By Bob Dennis                     of City Planning, Gray began his     useful it determining the age of
           MIT's growing role in the
       urban field leapt forward last
                                                   career with the consulting firm
                                                   of Howard, Adams and Greeley
                                                                                        the moon.
                                                                                            Professor Klaus Biemann of          for scholarship allocation
       week when the Institute an-                 He had been involved with a          the department will be contin-
       nounced that Mr. Justin Gray                public administration agency in      uing tests begun in Houston to                    By Steve Carhart                             The first class to which this
       will join the Department of Ur-             New York City before assuming        determine if there are any native           Grades will io longer be used                  policy will be applied will be the
       ban Studies and Planning. in Jan-           his position in Cambridge in         organic compounds in the lunar           to determine the ratio of grant                   class of 1974, which will enter
       uary.                                       1967.                                 material.                               to loan 'In students' financial aid               next fall. Elements of this ap-
           Gray will leave his present                Although there had been in-           The first segment of a total         packages, Associate Director of                   proach will be applied selectively
       position at Cambridge City Hall             dication- of some friction be-       allotment of several hundred             Student Aid Leonard Gallagher                     to classes already enrolled when
       where he is Assistant to the City           tween his office and City Mana-      grams of lunar material was              said Friday.                                      next year's grants are figured.
       Manager for Community Devel-                ger James L. Sullivan (particular-    brought to MIT by Simmons last              Noting that "It is the fac-                   However, Gallagher stressed that
       opment. In addition to assuming             ly over the issue of rent con-        week. The samples consist of            ulty's responsibility to encour-                  the Institute will honor scholar-
       his duties on the MIT faculty,              trol, Gray emphasizes that his        shaped blocks of lunar soil,            age excellence," Gallagher stated                 ship commitments it has already
       Gray and three staff members                resignation was entirely due to       several rocks, and a selection of       that financial aid will be used                   made, such as those made to
       from the Community Develop-                 his long-standing belief that he      rock slices. There is a possibility     "neither as a club nor as an                      National Scholars that their aid
       ment Office will start a consul-            would hold his City Hall job for      that some of these samples will         incentive" under the new plan.                    will be all grant.
       ting firm to assist city, state,            not more than two and a half          be exchanged with other investi-           The chief goal of the new                                  New Sources
       federal and private agencies.               years.                                gators in order to examine a            plan is to make more equal the                        While it has been revising its
             Developing curriculum                    Stressing the bad effects of       greater variety of specimens.           amount of debt which different                    aid policy, the Student Aid Cen-
           Gray is working part-ti/ne at           becoming too attached to a job,          The samples are being kept in        students must bear at gradua-                     ter has also been lining up new
       the Institute this term, assisting          he maintains that the nature of       the campus security office; they        tion. This approach, which is                     aid sources to keep pace with
       in the development of the new               his job was ideally one of short      will be removed during the day          already used at numero-us insti-                  inflation, rising tuition, and the
        11.1 0A course and devising a              duration: "You can't make the         for testing. Because of the             tutions, expects a student receiv-                depletion of old sources of help.
       new field curriculum for the                hard decisions if you're attached     nature of the experiments, con-         ing aid to take all aid up to a                   Gallagher pointed out, however,
       spring term. He defines his major           to the job."                          tamination of the samples by            certain amount in the form of                     that aid at most schools has
       purpose at MIT as making the                    Gray relates that the past few    earth dust is not a serious threat      loan or job earnings. Only if a                   included jobs, and that MIT had
       Department more relevant to the             years have been an "exciting          and there are no unusual hand-          student's need exceeds a certain                  been very fortunate not to have
       "real world".                               experience" for him. He asserts       ling problems.                          ceiling does he receive any mon-                  to require aid recipients to work
          A 1952 recipient of a Masters            that-the various city depart-             Simmons' group will be              ey in the form of an outright                     in the past.
       degree from MIT's Department                       (Please turn to page 3)        studying the thermal properties         grant.                                                    (Please turn to page 3)

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     looks back on city job
          (cointinuedfrom page 1)                      colleagues will work closely with
                                                                                                          Aid Office seeks 1US funds
IInents  have been strengthened                        the City Manager over the next                         Part of the current squeeze in                    College Work-Study program' loans which students take from
d uring his tenure-a fact which                        three months in determining the                    aid funds results from the fact                       and the Guaranteed Loan Pro- private lending institutions. Re-
sthould have implications when                         future of the Community Devel-                     that the Technology Loan Fund                         gram. Under Work-Study, the cently, interest rates have be-
tihe City Manager decides what                         opment Office.                                     ,long the source of low interest                      federal government will pay 80% come so high that lending insti-
will be the new structure and                             During the past few years,                      student loans, is completely lent.                    of a student's wages in a variety tutions have refused to lend to
purpose of the Office of Com-                                                                             This means that the only funds                        of jobs. This will make it possi- students even at the statutory
                                                       Gray's office had been in the
                                                                                                          available from this source will                       ble for many organizations to maximum set for the GLP pro-
munity Development.                                    forefront of Cambridge's fight to
                                                                                                          come from repayments by stu-                          hire students which previously gram. Accordingly, Congress re-
    Leaving with the hope that he                      avoid the construction of the
has left a solid base for his                                                                             dents who have already gradua-                        could not afford to do so. It is cently agreed to provide a pre-
                                                       Inner Belt highway through res-
                                                                                                          ted. In addition , Congress has                       intended that these jobs will be mium for lenders who partici-
successor, Gray declares that his                      idential sections of the city.
                                                                                                          cut the funds requested by uni-                       of intrinsic interest to students; pate in the program, so more aid
commitment has always been to                          With his usually flamboyant
                                                                                                          versities and colleges for student                    thus, students working under should be forthcoming form this
the goal of citizen-participation                      manner anid his image as one
in the affairs that involve them.                                                                         aid under the National Defense                        this program might work in la- source.
                                                       who is sincerely involved with
"Without large-scale citizen in-                                                                          Education Act by 40%.                                 boratories or in tutoring pro-              Federal control?
                                                       the problems of the citizens,                                                                            grams.
volvement, community develop-                                                                                       New Programs                                                                       Since .these are federal pro-
                                                       Gray became one of the most
ment is nothing."                                                                                            To offset these losses, the                            Under the Guaranteed Loan grams, there is a possibility that
                                                       popular and respected officials
   Gray promises that he and his                                                                          Student Aid Office is looking to                      Program, the federal government riders relating to student disor-
                                                       in the city government.                            two other federal programs, the                       guarantees the repayment of ders may be attached, thus open-

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                                                                                                                                                -~~                                                ing MIT to additional federal
                                                                                                                                                                                                   control. When asked about this
                                                                                                                                                                                                   possibility, Gallagher said that
                                                                                                                                                                                                   he "expects that there will be a
                                                                                                                                                                                                   good deal of discussion about
                                                                                                                                                                                                   riders," and that any that are
                                                                                                                                                                                                   finally passed "may be more
                                                                                                                                                                                                   severe than last year's." He not-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ed that thus far, Congress has
                                                                                                                                                                                                   left decisions concerning fund
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                                                                                                                                                                                                   law to withdraw funds from
                                                                                                                                                                                                   students under certain circum-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                   man depend upon the state of
                                                                                                                                                                                                   campuses at the time that the
                                                                                                                                                                                                   various programs are considered
                                                                                                                                                                                                   by Congress.

                                                                                                                                                                                                       3HERE WILL TEST
                                                                                                                                                                                                       LUNAR SPECIMENS
                                                                                                                                                                                                              (Continued from page 1)
                                                                                                                                                                                                       While there are probably no
                                                                                                                                                                                                       hydrous minerals in the surface
                                                                                                                                                                                                        samples, their presence at greater
                                                                                                                                                                                                        depths in the moon could'make
                                                                                                                                                                                                        difficult the interpretation of
                                                                                                                                                                                                        seismic records received from
                                                                                                                                                                                                        the moon. In fact, most of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                        information that the MIT group
                                                                                                                                                                                                        will collect is expected to be
                                                                                                                                                                                                       useful in the study of these
                                                                                                                                                                                                           The experiments themselves
                                                                                                                                                                                                       range in complexity from micro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       scopic examination for hydrous
                                                                                                                                                                                                       minerals to the measurement of
                                                                                                                                                                                                       the thermal expansion of indi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       vidual atoms by means of X-ray
                                                                                                                                                                                                       diffraction. The thermal con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ductivity of the rocks will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                       determined by attaching a pair
                                                                                                                                                                                                       of copper plates to the sample
                                                                                                                                                                                                       and measuring the energy re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       quired to maintain a constant
                                                                                                                                                                                                       temperature gradient across the
                                                                                                                                                                                                       sample. A dilatometer will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                       used to measure the expansion
                                                                                                                                                                                                       and contraction of the rocks as
                                                                                                                                                                                                       they are heated and cooled
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Seismic velocities will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                       measured with transducers to
                                                                                                                                                                                                       determine the time required for
                                                                                                                                                                                                       the transmission of seismic
                                                                                                                                                                                                       waves through the samples.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Since the velocity depends only
                                                                                                                                                                                                       on the frequency of the waves
                                                                                                                                                                                                       and the nature of the material
                                                                                                                                                                                                       that they are passing through,

               Do you he to ive up your identity                                                                                                                                                       this information will be of great
                                                                                                                                                                                                       use in the study of lunar seismo-

                tomakeitina big orporation?                                                                                                                                                                Hurley will be working on
                                                                                                                                                                                                       experiments aimed at producing
                                                                                                                                                                                                       more accurate age extimates of
        You've heard the stories:                                                                                                          who developed the high-energy liquid                        the lunar material. Primarily he
                                                                         fossilized that they're scared of people                                                                                      will be studying the amounts of
        One big corporation forbids you to                               who don't fit the "norm"?                                         laser, who came up with the sharpest                        radioactive rubidium and stron-
     wear anything but white shirts.                                        Not this company.                                              color TV picture in the world, who pio-                     tium 87 in order to make age
        Another says it wants you'to be "crea-                              Weare not hungupontrivia like that.                            neered instant electronic stock market                      estimates based on their respec-
     tive"-and giyes you a 4-pound rule                                     The advances General Telephone &                               quotations, and so on.                                      tive proportions in the samples.
     book telling you exactly how to do it.                              Electronics has made didn't come from                                We are looking for more people like                                Episcopal Chaplain
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     a more expensive car than your boss                                 charts and smilingat the right time.                              up and try themselves out.                                      is new on campus; wants to meet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   any Episcopalians
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              Three steps forward                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Student power at Caltech
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       By Carson Agnew             The participation of these
    Every now and then we 'like to pause and                                                senior class's associate advisor program and the                                                                                                                                                      Amid all the talk about. un- girls was one of the valuable
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                dergraduate   research here at side-effects    envisioned by
distribute kudos to those members of the com-                                                series of conferences and workshops dealing with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                MIT, it might be instructive to Rhodes in setting up the pro-
munity who are actually doing something to                                                   the matter show that something is being done. It is                                                                                                                                                look at what's been happening at gram. ARP members formed the
address the problems we face. No action ever                                                difficult to arrange effective communication and                                                                                                                                                    our chief rival across the country i f'rst coed dorm on all-male f n
seems to quite satisfy everyone's hopes, but credit                                          interest in other people, but these efforts should                                                                                                                                                  Cal Tech.                  ~        the Cal Tech campus (The only
should be given where it is due.                                                            make these more possible.                                                                                                                                                                              For over two years the Cal ,girls enrolled are there as gradu-
    We salute the decision by the Executive Com-                                                        Undergraduate Policy Seminars                                                                                                                                                           Tech student government has'ate students), and theirpresence
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                been sponsoring          research    during the summer was credited
mittee of the Corporation that MIT will not take                                                This program, organized through the Provost's                                                                                                                                                   programs which involve students; by Rhodes in the interview pub-
on any new contracts for weapons system develop-                                            office and coordinated by Professor Carroll Wil-                                                                                                                                                    at   "Tech" and from other I lished in The Tech (Vol 88,
ment. There are enough agencieswilling to do this                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         at           rom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                "ech"and      therNumber 5 4) with provid ing
                                                                                            son makes it possible for students to-deal with                                                                                                                                                     schools around the country. The
sort of work that MIT's expertise is no longer                                              such issues as arms control, transpostation policy,                                                                                                                                                 idea for the program came origi_ enough impetus within the Cal
indispensible in this field. At the same time, there                                        and similar matt~ers in the context of the regular                                                                                                                                                  nally from Joe Rhodes, Presi- Tech community to cause the
is a dearth of expertise in the fields of urban                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 dent of ASCIT (Associated Stu- school's trustees to announce
                                                                                            cirriculum at the undergraduate level. This pro-                                                                                                                                                    dents of the California institute last year that Cal Tech would go
systems, pollution control, and related areas. We                                           gram should also be able to help students judge                                                                                                                                                     of Technology).                      coed (Probably in 1971) and
feel that it is a greater service to the country to do                                      more accurately the relevance (or lack thereof) in                                                                                                                                                     He organized the ASCIT Re- would provide accorodations
that which needs to be done which no one else can                                           some of their other courses. Another small step,                                                                                                                                                    search Project (ARP) during the for the girls within the existing
undertake than to do that which many agencies                                               but certainly one - taken in the right                                                                                                                                                              summer of 1968, to study Los house System. -
can and will do.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Angeles smog-and managed to              But even more interesting was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                fund it, without much help from the fact that the sight of under-
    It may be that this decision will not takle us as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Cal Tech, through the National graduates doing productive re-
far out of the weapons business as we -might like; it                                             Notable quote: "If some day you say: 'President Thieu, is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Institutes of Health. The surn- search impressed the Cal Tech
will be interesting to see how "weapons system" is                                                you do not accept coalition with the Communists, we will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                mer- program brought together faculty. Rhodes and the ARP
                                                                                                  abandon you,' then I wil say 'thank you, we will                                                                                                                                              over 50 people, only- about group found that, at a school
defined in practice. Nonetheless, it is a st( ptin the                                            continue the fight until victory.' " - President Nguyen
right direction.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                one-third of whom were Cal           where research, not undergrad-
                                                                                                  Van Thieu. Are you listening, Washington?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Tech students. Other partici-        uate teaching, is king students
    For some time we have written about the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                pants in the program came from       who did research somehow in-
 failures of the Institute's advisory system. The                                                        ~~
                                                                                                           -                             ~~1                                                 - --                                                                                               colleges scattered across the        creased the stature of undergrad-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                country.                             uates in the eyes of the faculty.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (Please turn to page 6)
    Letters                                t t)he                                                                                            The Tch                                                                                                                                                                                                                          I

 To the editor:
                                        demonstrations against the John-                                                                                                                        Stewart Meacham
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Sigifincant absence           Provost Jerome Wiesner would
                                        son war policy at Chicago in                                                                                                                                   Cora Weiss                                                                                         By Steve Kaiser
I am disappointed. On the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           One of the most significant      then have become acting Presi-
                                        August 1968 or similar actions                                                                                                                               Sidney Peck
evening of September 17, a                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      aspects of the September 24          dent, but Johnson chose to stay
                                        last year and we are now organ-                                                                                                                              Co-chairmen
meeting was held between mem-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   faculty meeting centered on who      on campus because of the nu-
                                        izing against the war and racist                                                                                                             New Mobilization Committee
bers of the Coop Board of Direc-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                was not there - a mass turnout       rmerous other responsibilities a
                                        policies of the Noxon adminis-                                                                                                                 to End the War in Vietnam
tors and representatives of the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 of students. When the first part     college president must fulfill.
                                        tration. We are also working
student press, incliding a mem-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 of the meeting was announced as      MIT in the past has sought tac-
                                        against your joint efforts to re-
ber of the staff of the Tech. At                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                closed to students, there was no     tically to replace confrontation         ff
                                        press and imprison our friends
that meeting, an extensive dis-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 uproar of protest; when the          with discussion (the Dow Chem-           LF
                                        and brothers - Dave, Rennie,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          .L
cussion was conducted regarding                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 doors were- opened, only a dozen     ical protest, Agenda Days, etc.),
                                        Tom Abbie, Jerry, Bobby, Lee,
changes to the By-Laws which                                      To the editor:                                                                                                                                                                                                                students     filed into   10-250.    but events over the past year,
                                        and John. Moreover we will con-
will be presented to the Coop                                         I object to defacing our                                                                                                                                                                                                  Faculty members filled over 3/4      such as the Kresge catcalls dur-
                                        tinue The Fall Offensive against
membership for approval short-                                    school with paint and posters.                                                                                                                                                                                                of the hall, yet Mike Albert and     ing the Walt Rostow speech and
                                        the war machine, the death ma-
ly. These changes represent the                                      The red paint on the MIT                                                                                                                                                                                                   his friends, who sought so active-   the Alumni Day disruptions of
                                        chine and the repressive institu-
result of a great amount of                                       Physics Building is a scandal.                                                                                                                                                                                                ly last spring to "integrate" fa-    June and September, have led
                                        tions that you, Nixon, Daley,
effort on behalf of some mem-                                     Whoever did this must be found                                                                                                                                                                                                culty meetings, were nowhere to      the Administration to announce
                                        Johnson, Humphrey, and the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            s
bers of the board, and are an                                     and punished. I feel that it is a                                                                                                                                                                                             be seen. Like many faculty           warnings against uncivil disobe-
                                        other deathmakers represent.
attempt to make the manage-                                       sin to deface the limestone walls                                                                                                                                                                                             members- before thermrf~students     dience. President, Johnson's let-
                                        WE INTEa!- T17 SHOW OUR
ment of the Coop directly re-                                     of our school.                                                                                                                                                                                                                have come, listened, and been        ter to the MIT community was
                                        OPPOSIT[ON         TO    YOUR
sponsible to- its membership.                                         I propose that a set of rules                                                                                                                                                                                             bored half to death. The faculty     also read to the faculty and
                                        SYSTEM      BY COMING        TO
                                                                  be adopted by the MIT com-                                                                                                                                                                                                    has held its ground, and an          received a sustained 20-second
                                        WASHINGTON          AND SAN
The results of this discussion                                    munity about the 'use of the                                                                                                                                                                                                  important communication link         applause. The content of the
                                        FRANCISCO  NOVEMBER
appeared in the September 22                                      walls, both inside and outside-                                                                                                                                                                                               with disenchanted students may       letter centered on general poli-
                                        1315 TO PROTEST YOUR
issue of the Tech in the form of                                  and that everyone be required to                                                                                                                                                                                              well have been severed, so soon      cies, emphasizing that internal
a short article on page 11 devot-                                 adhere to these rules for the                                                                                                                                                                                                 after it was introduced.             judicial committees and proce-
ing less than 10 inches to the                        Sidney Lens benefit of all.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  President Johnson      himself    dures would be the backbone of
proposed changes (and including                     Douglas Dowd                  Harold Edgerton                                                                                                                                                                                               might not have been there, had       the Administration's response.
no    discussion)   and    a long                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               he chosen to take a leave of         However,     some tactics have
column starting on page 4 by the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                absence for a few months tcr         changed, and radical splinter
same author. Unfortunately, thF                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 seek out new research funding        groups are favoring "hit-and-
column contains no discussic n                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  alternatives for MIT. In effect,            (Please   turn   to   page   6)
                                                                                                          TICIE                                      aTr                                                                  CE "                             --
of    the   proposed       By-Law
changes! but rather proposes a                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  H4bleesmn-
change in the Coop's pricing
policy. If -it is intended as a
radical position, it certainly fails
to accomplish radical objectives.
                                       VOL. LXXXIX, NAO. 32
                                                                                                                          Board of Directors
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      SEPTEMBER 30 1969
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       The minority leader
                                       Chairman                        .   .     .      .............                                                                                        ......                                       .            Greg             Arenson          '70            by Harvey Baker
instead of discussing means by         Editor-in-Chief                           .      .     .     .     .     .     .        .   .         .   .       . .        .       .       .                     .         . . . . .                          .Steve            Carhart         '70        The sign outside the office of        Traditionally, in order to
which the Coop mem1bership, it         Business             Manager                           .     .    .     .      .        .   .         .   .       . .        .       .       .        .        .               .            . . .               . Julian             James        '70     UAP Albert       reads in    part     please all factions of the party, a
represents a single member's sug-      Managing                   Editor                .     .     .     . .         .        .   .         .   .       .      .   .       .       .        .                 .           . . . .                 .        .     Reid         Ashe      '70    "Nixon:    you are a criminally       conservative assumes one post
gestion of how a single aspect of      Editors              .     .    .   .     .      .     .     .     . .         .        .   .         .   .       .          .               . . . . .                              .          ..           Carson                 Agnew          '70     insane, money hungry, racist         (usually Leader) and a moderate
the Coop's operation might be                                                                                                                                       Robert                            Dennis                   '70,               Greg             Bernhardt             '71     bandit." Be that as it may, it is    or liberal the other. For the first
changed.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        . Jay      Kunin         '71     true that the President has had      time in many years however, this
                                       Entertainment                           Editor                    ...................                                                                                                                   . Robert                   Fourer         '72     everything pretty much his own       custom has been reversed. Both
This suggests to me that the           Sports            Editor                  .............                                                                          .....                                      .....                            RayKwasnick                          '71-   way since he first assumed office     Scott and Griffin are liberal or
Tech should be more careful in         PhotographyEditor                                            .    .     .      .        .   .         .   .       .     .    .       .       .        .        .       .            .          .        .       .    . Craig          Davis       '71    eight months ago. Let us hope         moderate.
its selection of columns. It also      Night         Editor                .     .      .     .     .    .     .      .        .   .         .   .       ..         .       .                    .            . .          .          Randy                     Hawthorne                '71    that with the election of Hlugh           President Nixon officially
suggests that the Tech should          Advertising                    Editor                  ........                                       .       ....                       ..........                                                                  Steve          Bailey        '72     Scott of Pennsylvania as Minor-      made no endorsements in this
ask someone else to examine the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ity Leader of the Senate, this       matter, but it was tacitly as-
                                       Production                     Manager                                                  .                     ............                                                              ...             .       .    .     . Robert            Reed
relationship between the Coop                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   will change.                          sumed in most quarters that he
management and membership,             Associate                News            Editors                                        ...........                                      Joe                           Kashi            '72,               Alex            Makowski               '72
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    It is customary with most         would have preferred the more
which is the important issue           Associate                  Sports          Editor                      .................                                                                                                               .                  Don        Arkin        '72
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                students to pay little attention      conservative Sen. Howard Baker
                                       Associate                Photography                              Editor                          .       .       .     .    .       .       .        .       .                .        .      .       .        Gary             DeBardi'71
being confronted by the pro-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    to Establishment politics, choos-     of Tennessee, son-in-law of the
                                       Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stan Gilbert '71
posed changes to the By-Laws.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ing rather to write off any such      late Everett Dirksen to have
                                       Accounts Receivable    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Doug Coonley '7 2
              Dean H. Vanderbilt                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                competition within the system        .been elected. He abstained how-
                                       Accounts Payable   ..  ..  ..  ..  . .. . ..   ..  . ..               ........
                                                                                                . ..... ....... Pete White '72
                Graduate Student       Circulation Manager  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ed Markowitz '70                                                                                                                                                                          as a contest between Tweedledee       ever, and in so.doing may have
                        Director       Associate Production Manager     .. . . . . . . . . . .  .  Vicki Haliburton '72                                                                                                                                                                         and Tweedledurn. Indeed how-          signed his own death warrant as
     Harvard Cooperative Society       Typographer                               . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                                                                                   Mike Bromberg '70                             ever, in the case of the 68 year      far as being an effective legisla-
         Chicago eight                                                                                                                                                                                                                        a?                                                old Sen. Scott, a major prece-        tive President goes. Faced with a
To the editor:                          Second-class postage paid at Boston, Massachusetts. T7he Tech is published
                                        every Tuesday and Friday during the college year, except during college                                                                                                                                                                                 dent. just might ,have been set,      largely hostile Democratic Con-
    (The following is an open                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   with his election and the elec-       gress, he will need all the help he
                                        vacations, by Thle Tech2, Room W20-483, MIT Student Centre, 84 Mass-
letter to President Richard M.          achusetts Ave., Cambridge, Massachusetts 021l39. Telephone: Area Code                                                                                                                                                                                   tion of another moderate-liberal      can get from his own Minority
Nixon, Attorney General John            617, 876-5855, or UN4-6900, extension 2731. United States Mail sub-                                                                                                                                                                                     to the post of Whip, Senator          Leader.
Mitchell, and Judge Julius Hoff-        scription rates: $4.25 for one year, $8.00 for two years.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Robert Griffin.                               (Please turn to page 6)
    We the undersigned wish you                 13              ViF
 to know that we fully support                       I

 the eight men on trial in Chicago
 on the trumped-up charge of
 conspiracy:    Dave Dellinger,
 Rennie Davis, Tom Hayden,
Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin,
Bobby Seale, Lee Weiner, and
John Froines. We denounce- the
judicial unfairness of this trial.
We proudly inform you that we
 helped organize and conduct the
                                                                                                                                                                   The Tech TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,1969 PAGE 5

             Interview. .                                                                                                                                          0

I                                         Schwartz                                            and                             c                                    iscliss

                                                         Schwartz: OK, one at a time. It's        tration, the final number of L <',": ; -, : :: ,.,-
                                                                                                                                       -      ,
                       By Greg Bernhardt                 being sponsored jointly by the           credits to be adjusted. And then
                                                         Dean of the School of Science,           you ask "what about the Insti-                         .... .' i'~J - -,    +,~'," ' ~,, ~t? -~", ... ':'~-'~  ' ,       ,   ,  ,
               (Ed. note: Two new experimen-             Robert A. Alberty, and the               tute requirements?" What the
               tal pregrams 'in education are            ERC.- Who's working on it?-a             student does is petition to get
               being offered to the freshmen             collection of people both from           his Institute requirements
               this year. One, called the Unified        the faculty and on the staff of          waived on the basis of what he's
               Science Study Program, has been           the ERC. The money is coming             done in his course. For example,
               set up by the Education        Re-        from the Land fund. Support is           he may have spent his first
               search Center. The second,     the        being solicited from the govern-         semester working on math, so he
               Experimental Studies Group, is            ment. Foundations will be ap-             has 45 credits, but he also peti-
               largely  the result of work by            proached. A fairly wide spec-             tions the Math Department and
               Professor ~ieorge Valley, Depart-         trum of offices in the govern-            says "look, the stuff I've done is
               ment of Physics. Both experi-             ment know about it.                       worth 18.0' and 18.02," He
               ments involve a combined ap-              The Tech: How will students be            doesn't get extra credit for what
               proach of personal initiative and         chosen?                                   he's done but he does get out of
               close student-teachercontact.              Schwartz: The kid will come and          that Institute requirement.
                    The following. is an edited           think about it and look at it and            On the other hand, he may
               transcript of an interview with           he might -figure out that this            get into the program and decide
               Dr. Judah L. Schwartz and Dr.              seems to be the way for him to           that he's all turned on by- pul-
               Harry M. Schey, both of the                spend his time.                          sars. That's fine, but that's not
               Education Research Center. The             Schey: Well, to begin with, a            8.01. But at some point he'll
               story has been left in interview           letter went out to all.the fresh-        have to learn the stuff in 8.01 to Two students examining the lie detector, one of the USSP
               form to try to capture the ra-             men early this summer saying             learn enough about Newtonian           projects developed over the past summer.
                tionale of the program from two           that if they were interested, they       mechanics to understand this                                                                     Photo by Gary DeBardi
                men who have been designing               could clip the coupon and send           nuttiness about rotating neutron                                                                                  greatest detail.
                                                                                                   stars. If he wants to do it by Schwartz: The same thing could .written out in the
               parts of the course and who will           it back and we would send them
                be working with the freshmen.             further information. There have          sitting in on 8.01 lectures, then     happen here. He won't get And just because the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                on one hand and
               At-present,    27 freshmen have            been about 80 responses.                 he's welcome to it. If he wants grades but he'll be told be start mathematics
                                                                                                                                                                                is a my personality on the other
               dedided to become part of the              Schwartz: Let me point out that          to do it by taking Ben Green's        working. What it will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     of procedure,
               experiment.                                we have deliberately not made a          Self Study 8.01 and going perfectly open evaluation. Every force peoplekind                       that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                work in different
                   A feature on the Experiment-           hard sell. You can imagine for           through it as fast as he can, he      two weeks there will be an evalu- other
                                                                                                                                                                                                    I donrt anticipate that any
               al Studies Group will appear in            yourself the consequences of              can also do that. Or he can also ation between students and staff. ways.
                the next edition.                         making a hard sell on a program          get around to Newtonian               Schey: There is another aspect student will necessarily follow
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             step. In
                The Tech: What is the Univied             that offers 45 credits.                   mechanics as it impinges on the I'd- like to stress and that is that this through step by                            He'll come
               Science Study Program?                     The Tech: How will the students           stuff he's doing.                    at this moment the ratio of fact, I hope he won't.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        offered and
                Schwartz: We're starting a pro-           receive credit?                          The Tech: What about human- faculty to students is quite large in andit see what's to his own
                                                                                                                                                                                           mold          according
               gram for a collection of MIT               Schwartz: The student registers          ities?                                so that the possibility of some
                                                                                                                                                                                 this needs.
                freshmen which may range in               for 45 credits and the way we             Schwartz: There will be a hu- one getting lost in eithermuch The Tech: How do you plan to
                number anywhere from 25 to                set it up at the Registrar's Office       manities part to this which we way or in other ways eyes, one evaluate the students' perfor-
                40. They will take their fresh-           is that that'll be the initial regis-     are desperately trying to inte-      diminished. And in my
                man year in a very different                                                        grate thoroughly with the of the great advantages of the Schey: Although we won't be
                way; it will look not at all like                                                   sciences. In some cases that program is the close staff. This giving examinations and grades, I
                the normal freshman year. There                                                                                          between students and
                                                                                                    comes off and in other cases it      is a somewhat laboratory- am convinced that we will be in
                will not be lectures as such and                                                    doesn't.                                       course and it differs a much better position to make
                there will not be recitations.
                                                            '''''v                ,~,/-      0.,~
                                                                                                    Schey: It's being treated in orientedfrom the Experimental Study sensible evaluations than is or-
 I             There will be no exams. The                                                          exactly the same way as physics, Group in that respect among dinarily the case. They will not
 II             students will ultimately end up                                                     chemistry, or calculus. It's done others but it shares with it the be our students so much as our

                seeing much of thesamematerial
                and seeing it at a pace they have
                chosen - and, connected with
                problems they are interested in.
                    We view the program as hav-
                                                                    H' '/~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                                                                    ;"' ':'                         here by someone from the de- aspect of being a community of co-workers to a large extent and
                                                                                                    partment concerned, but it's for scholars. A student doesn't see we will be working with them on
                                                                                                    USSP.               *                the instructor three times a week a day to day basis.
                                                                                                 ! Schwartz: He's going to show over six hundred heads, which                                  We will know what they
                                                                                                    films, arrange seminars, discus- must be a demorializing way of know and what they can handle
                ing a deep commitment to the                                                     | sions, and try to tie in the topics going about getting an education. much better than I could hopt
                production of materials which                                                       he's going to discuss with the The Tech: Of course you know to know the students of whom I
                can be used elsewhere. You may                                                       sciences. Sometimes that will that many students don't attend had 250: I proctored exams in
                argue that not all students are at                                                   come naturally and sometimes lectures in normal courses.                              8.01 and 8.02 and after having
                the same level and that's true so                                                    that will be forced. But if we're Schey: One of the reasons for lectured all semester, I was ap-
                it may be that what we export is                                                     all loose about it and all honest this program is specifically be- palled that 25% of the students
                not so much material as an                                                           about it, it'll work.               cause so many students have just were unfamiliar to me. I didn't
                attitude and approach to the                                                         The Tech: I'm still confused jound it best not to go, If this is even know their faces let alone
                material and how you structure
                it and how you organize it.
                                                                                                    about this. Will the students be the case, then there is the their names. And you mean to
    X                                                                                               doing .completely independent question of just what is the tell me that the exam that they
                The Tech: Who's sponsoring it            Professor Judah Schwartz                   studies or will they be in smnall validity or value of the lecture give back to me and the grade I
                and who's working on it and                                                          classes or what?
                where's the money coming from?                     Photo by Gary DeBardi                                                  system. I don't think it does to put on it is an evaluation of
                                                                                                     Schwartz: That will depend, in decry it in general terms because them? I'd just as well toss a coin.
                                                                                                     part, upon one's own taste. You there are students who like to 'The Tech: Do you hope to
                                                                                                     may work with another student learn that way. And there are convince the faculty that USSP
                                                                                                     for four weeks and then work by teachers who like to teach that is a better way to educate people?
                                                                                                     yourself for a while, and then way, but not everyone. Our pur- Schwartz: I don't think that it's
                                                                                                     you may get heavily involved pose is not to close down the sensible to set as a final goal to
                                                                                                     with the humanities project for haberdashary but to open up a convince the faculty nor do I
                                                                                                     three weeks, in which case you department store.                                      think that it's sensible to set as a
                 I                                                                                   might be working with six or The Tech: How much of the final goal that this is the way to
     I                                                                                               seven people.                       curriculum are you preparing educate all MIT freshmen. There
                                                                                                     The Tech: What happens if here yourselves in advance?                                  are a lot of people who like
                                                                                                     someone becomes heavily in-                                                            lectures and there are a lot of
                                                                                                     volved in some campus activity? Schey: It varies from unit to people for whom lectures are a
                                                                                                     Often they get very bad grades unit. I think that the part we very efficient way of learning.
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Nixonrs sileo                                                                 may prove unwise 'Medium Cool' shows power
         (continuedfrom page 4]
   Thus far, Nixon, whether his
                                                              Nixon's unqualified support at a
                                                              time when it was being proven
                                                                                                            ABM would have lost. Now that
                                                                                                             this veteran Senator is in a posi-       but poor plotline dulls effect
legislation and proposals have                                unworkable. and being demon-                   tion of power all his own, how-                    By Emmanuel Goldman          Wexler did not create a compara-
had merit or not, has had good                                strated as a danger to peace.                  ever, perhaps he will reconsider                 In La Dolce Vita, the press, ble unity of purpose. This film
success in putting them over.                                 Nevertheless, Mr. Nixon took his               and return to his pre-war ideals.            and especially press photogra-h could not be called "The Battle
Clearly the most illustrative ex-                             battle to Congress and managed                 He was elected by progressive                phers, were seen as the vultures - of Chicago", although the dra-
ample of this is his backing of                               to get approval for his $9.3                   young Republicans on a plat-                 of the modern world. swooping matic thrust of the film is pre-
the ABM system. This leftover                                 billion bomb.                                  form of opposing the almost                  down and feeding upon misery cisely towards that battle. The
boondoggle, a product of the                                      Sadly, Hugh Scott, as a loyal              omnipresent Republican conser-               and misfortune. At long last, failure is in the personal story-
arms race and the unthinking                                  Republican, supported ABM,                    vatives and Southern Dixiecrats.              members of the press can point; line, which promises a significant
application of technology to                                  and aided the President's drive                He has a responsibility to live up           to an attempt at vindicating impact, but ultimately veers
matters of policy that should                                 to tlfe finish, bringing key votes             to this mandate.                             their cinematic image, in away into an irrelevant denou-1
involve great delicacy, received                              to his side. Without his support,                 By virtue of Mr. Nixon's                  Medium Cool at the Beacon Hill ment.
                                                                                                             stance on ABM, the prolonga-                                                      Despite the unrealized poten-
Research aidrs Tech image                                                                                   tion of the Vietnam War, the oil
                                                                                                            depletion allowance and tax re-
                                                                                                                                                             The film follows the experien- tial, Medium Cool has the raw
                                                                                                                                                          ces of a TV cameraman in Chica- power of the event that it chro-
       {continuedfrom page 4)                                 ly through ASCIT, as the stu-                 form, he has made it plain to
                                                             dent government will be a                                                                    go, in the months prior to, and nicles. The scenes of the conven-
Of course, some of this was                                                                                 even the most undiscerning ob-                during, the Democratic National tion battles are mesmerizing.
because faculty-undergraduate                                non-profit, tax-exempt corpora-                server that he is on the side of
                                                             tion.                                                                                        Convention of 1968. Director The film makes no statement as
contact was increased as stu-                                                                               big business and intends to let               Haskell Wexler has adopted the to which side was right or
dents sought advice about their'                                 And the program has probab-                them continue their privileged                                                                                                                            r
                                                             ly gotten too big for Cal Tech to                                                            approach so brilliantly used in wrong, whether the police were
projects; but the effects went                                                                              status. He apparently believes                The Battle of Algiers" that of unjustified or giving the kids
farther than this. Students who                              do. much about its existence.                  that "what's good for General
                                                             This summer's group found that,                                                              interweaving a personal plotline what they deserved. As in all
could do research it seems, were                                                                            Motors is good for the country."              with momentous political proper journalism, the events
somehow more acceptable, more                                just like the faculty, their ser-              T'ain't so. You and I know it.
                                                             vices were in demand as consul-                                                              events. Regrettably, director             (Please turn to page 7)
"responsible" than those who                                                                                Liberal Democrats know it. Mike                 _                                                                                                         a

couldn't. And, in fact, in the                               tants, and several groups spent                Albert knows it. So does Hugh
                                                             all their time talking to legisla-
year following the first ARP                                                                                Scott. The difference is that
summer program, ASCIT was                                    tors, drafting studies and testify-            none of us can do anywhere near
granted the right by the Cal                                 ing before committees in Califor-              as much to change Administra-
Tech faculty to appoint one
student member to any commit-
                                                               How legitimate can student
                                                             power get?
                                                                                                            tion policy as Senator Scott. We
                                                                                                            will see what happens.                                                 LIQUIDATION!
tee it wished-a member, not a
student representative.                                                       M.I.T. HUMANITIES                SERIES 1969-70                         Must sacrifice from estate fine lot of reconditioned typewriters
   Last summer, ASCIT again                                                                   %
held a program, funded this time                                                                        presents                                      including Royal manual, Underwood portable, fine Electric desk
by NSF, but working in broader                                                                                                                        I
                                                                                                                                                      models, Smith-arona portable electrics from $24.00. Also, a Norelco
                                                                          Masuko Ushioda, violin; Pascal Sigrist, piano-October 26
areas than just smog. Their                                                                                                                           cassette tape recorder only $58.00 & a Norelco shaver $6.00. Priv.
grants, currently administered                                            Makanowitsky-Hillyer-Parnas String Trio-November 23                         home. 527-0311.
by Cal Tech, will soon go direct-                                                    Lenox String Quartet-January 11                                                                                                                                          i

                                                                              Balsam-Kroll-Heifetz Piano Trio-February 15'
         Kaiser...                                                                 Philadelphia String Quartet-March 1
         (continuedfrom page 4)
    run" protests which are not sub-
    ject to wait-them-out or court
    injunction responses by college
                                                                  All concerts on Sundays at 3:00 p.m. in Kresge Auditorium, M.I.T. Series
                                                                  Tickets: $10; Single tickets (after October 1 only): $3. Make check
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                                                                  velope to Kresge Auditorium Box Office, M.I.T., Cambridge, Mass. 02139.
    administrations. The brief build-                                     _               .                                                       I
    ing takeover at Columbia last
    spring and the raiding party
    sweeps through a Boston high
    school and the Harvard Center
    for International Affairs illus-
                                                                          :HOTO LIQUIDATION!
    trate a definite trend in splinter
    group protest. One should note                           Must sacrifice large estate lot oflike-new equipment at crazy bargain                I                    Ben                                 B
    the MIT-SDS, with its general                            prices including good enlargers (all sizes); quality SLR & larger sixe               I
                                                                                                                                                               eheeldng .... '
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    Alliance is strongly opposed to                          cameras from $19.50; fine slide projectors from $22.00; 8 & 16m.m.
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    from Physical Plant end up                               Private home. 527-0311
    cleaning off painted slogans and                                  -                       ---                                                 i
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    defacing of Walker Memorial is
    that someone thought the tactic
    would be effective at influencing
    freshmen as they registered in
    Walker on Tuesday morning; the'
    slogans followed right up the
                                                                     Jlp Madison
    steps where all frosh would have
    to walk.
        In the area of attracting new
    sources of funding, preferably
    non-military, President Johnson
    noted that "I wish there were
    some progress to report." He
    found that his own efforts had
    uncovered "lots of interest" but
    "no money at hand." Although
    he optomistically listed a num-
    ber of promising new projects
    from air traffic control to anti-
    pollution work, the chances of
    substantial funding are very
    limited and MIT appears to be                                                                                                                                                        ($100          Minimumnl        Balance)
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                                                                                                       organizational meeting Thursday at 7:30 pm in Room W20400.
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         Larrs's                           Barber Shop                                                 by the Graduate Student Council. Articles are welcome from all
                                                                                                       students, faculty, secretaries, etc.
                                                                                                       * The Nomination Committee will meet Monday at 7 pm to
                                                                                                                                                                                      speak for themselves. What they
                                                                                                                                                                                      speak of is violence; pervasive,
                                           "for that well-groomed look"                                interview those interested in the following committees: Congress and           constant, and deadening, at ail
                                                                                                       Campus Disorders; Graduate School -Policy; Discipline; and the Com-            times, and all levels of American
                                                                      545 Tech Square                  mittee on Special Laboratories (as recommended by the Pounds Panel).           culture. Viewing the violent soci-
                                                                      (opposite garage                 For further information, contact the Graduate Student Council Office,          ety through the eyes of a camer-
     Serving Techmen for over 35 years                            behind East Campus)                  x2195.                                                                         aman effectively distances us
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                                                                                                        a film Thursday light, October 2, at 7:30 in 10-250.
                                                                                                                                                                                      from the action. There is Po
                                                                                                                                                                                      catharsis in this bit of blood -,,d
                                                                                                        * The MIT SCUBA Club will hold its first meeting Wednesday at 7               guts, for we are forced tto se, it
                                                                                                        pm at the Alumni Pool. The pool will be open for SCUBA practice at 8         journalistically.
                                                                                                        pm. All divers welcome.                                                          The film has a good sense of
                                                                                                                                                                                      rhythm and pace. The thematic
                                                                                                        * Correction in the published hours for the Rotch Library: Mon-
                                                                                    K&MOME              Thurs, 9-11; Fri, 9-10; Sat, 10-6; Sun, 1-11.                                 material is introduced in differ-

                                                                                    6-7067                * The Undergraduate Biology Student's Association will hold an
                                                                                                        introductory meeting Wednesday at 7:30 pm in Room 16134
                                                                                                                                                                                      ent forms along the way, provi-
                                                                                                                                                                                      ding considerable momentum in-
                                                                                                                                                                                      to the convention. At the outset,
                                                                                                        Refreshments will be served.                                                  we see the National Guard train-
                                                                                                                                                                                      ing for riots and demonstrations.
                                                                                                         * Registration for English conversation course for foreign wives at          Later, the protagonist takes a
                                                                                                       MIT will be held today from 10 am to noon in the Emma Rogers Room              date to a roller derby. which is
I                                                                                                      (10-340). A fee of $15 will be charged.
                                                                                                                                                                                      an astonishingly violent sport,
                                                                                                          * Junior Prom has officially been moved to the weekend of February          and during which the fans literal-
                                                                                                        21-22. Details will be forthcoming.                                           ly scream for blood. The derby
                                                                                                                                                                                      itself is held in the same hall as
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                                                                                                                                                                                     ing juxtaposition. Robert Kenne-
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I                                                                                                                                                                                     assasinations are brought in, a
I                                                                                                      * Jackets                                             * Jerseys                women's pistol training club is
                                                                                                                                                                                      exhibited, and the weekly death
                                                                                                                                                                                      count in Vietnam is shown. At a
Ii                                                                                                     * Sweat
                                                                                                                                                             * Serving
                                                                                                                                                              fraternities and
                                                                                                                                                                                     press party, someone explains
                                                                                                                                                                                      that news that the public wants
i                                                                                                      * T-shirts                                                                     to see in news of violence, not of
                                                                                                                                                              intramural teams
                                                                                                                                                                                      the causes of violence, either. It
                                                                                                                                                                                      describes the symptoms, and
                                                                                                                                                                                      even the proliferation of the
I                                                                                                                                                                                    disease; but as to the cause, or
I                                                                                                      After a successful encounter with the MIT community last year,                the remedy, it has no answer,
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              Benehvwarmer      Bv Jay Zager'!!
        College recruiting is an integral part of the athletic': i
                                                                       i       Sailors cop MoorE Trophy'          .   ~~I   I   I   I -   I mwffmxmm~~,

   department at most universities where success is measured by                                                                                                      On Sunday, eleven members
   wondost records. The situation at MIT is in sharp contrast to                                                                        I                       of the Varsity Sailing Team jour-
   the normal recruiting program. Up until two years ago athletic ii                                                                 -',I , .                  neyed to the Coast Guard
   Tecruiting was essentially non-existant. The school policy at ii                                                                .11 'J                       Academy to participate in the
                                                                                                                                     :q 1:1,,
   the time was that an MIT coach could not initiate contact with:'-"'                                                              I nl                        first running of the "Hap"
   a prospective student until he had decided to attend MIT. This i                                                                                             Moore Trophy, formerly the
   was usually sometime in May or June, and by this time, the ii                                                                                                CoastGuard International. Each
   boy had made his decision without any real knowledge of the !1                                                                                               of the teams from Coast Guard,
   athletid program at the Institute. As a result MIT was -losing !i                                                                                          ' Harvard, MIT, Stevens Institute,
   many prospective student athletes merely becau'se these.'-                                                                                                   Tufts, URI, and Yale had to Ie
   students were not aware of the well-run athletic program here,                                                                                               field two dinghy crews, plus a
   a program that included .intercollegiate participation in twenty                                                                                             three-man crew in 30-foot keel _0
    sports.                                                                                                                                                     knockabouts and a four-man
        Two years ago MIT decided to introduce the first real..                                                                                                 crew in the 24-foot Ravens.          F

    change in its recruiting policy. A decision was made to allow"                                                                                                    The winds were all but non-
    MIT coaches to initiate contact with a student after he had                                                                                                 existant as the regatta began,
    been admitted but before he had decided upon his choice of i:}:                                                                                             and until the end, the courses set
    college. Such an initial contact-could lead to an early visit to{                                                                                           were less than satisfactory
    the campus where a potential freshman could actually see the i                                                                                              because of the poor conditions.
    athletic facilities and talk, to the coaches before he made his                                                                                              Dinghy skippers Bob Berlinger -
    final choice.                                                                                                                                               and co-captain Steve Milligan be-
        Almost without exception most colleges in America engagei                                                                                               gan well, finishing I-11 in the rk
    in 'active recruiting tactics whereby high school athletes are :                                                                                            first race and 2-3 in the second.
    contacted before they have even thought about a college. :                                                                                                  Then, as the wind shifted, the
    Schools such as Notre Dame, Syracuse, and Ohio State, whose ;                                                                                               -courses set became less.a test of
    images are directly related to football won-lost records, ?                                                                                             'd sailing, and the dinghy skippers
    compete for top high school athletes in a manner similar to the ::                                                                                      'i found the going much rougher.
    pre-baseball draft bonus struggles of the early 1960's. Coaches,!:    Tech boats head out onto the Charles for the beginning of the                              In the Knockabout, Pete
    whose jobs are directly related to the playing field, realize the.    freshman duodecagonal held on the Charleslast Sunday.                                  Nesbeda and crew found the
    necessity of a strong recruiting policy. Therefore, athletic                                                                       Photo by Craig Davis      light winds impossible to cope
    departments, aware of the nationwide competition, hire:                                                                                                      with during the first race and
    coaches who can not only coach a team but who can also!
    entice high school seniors to come to their camrinses.:
        Consequently, MIT athletics are put into a unique position. :
                                                                            Booters open campaign                                                                finished last. However, they
                                                                                                                                                                 soon discovered how to move
                                                                                                                                                                 this unusual type of boat and
    Because there is no naitionwide recruiting program, entering!
    undergraduates are encouraged_-to go out for freshman and I
                                                                            with - 6 -1 victory over
                                                                                     By Ray Kwasnick                  ball, and it crossed the line for
                                                                                                                                                          HC     did -as well as second in . the
                                                                                                                                                                 remaining four races.
    later varsity teams. Knowing that no student has been brought                                                                                                      The most interesting racing
    to MIT to play ball encourages a more spirited ball club, where           The varsity soccer squad lived the first Tech score.                               from the MIT standpoint was
    starting positions are competed for at an equal level. A direct       up to its pre-season hopes on                   Halfback Steve Young, '70              the incredible luck of Dave z
    result of this type of operation is the athletic department's         Saturday as they waltzed over scored twice from his halfb'ack                          McComb and his Raven crew.
     "no cut" policy. Every student who goes out for a varsity            Holy Cross 6-1 on-the Crusaders' slot. One of the goals was fluky. They won the first race by a
    team and wh6 demonstrates the desire to stick with the team'          home ground. With the victory Young crashed into the enemy small margin, beat out two boats
    is kept on the team. Little emphasis is placed on his ability.        the engineer booters have al- netminder as they were both                              fist before the finish of the
    Such a policy is unheard-of throughout the country.                   ready surpassed last year's entire going for the ball. Instead the second, and took the third. In
        The coaches at MIT are relieved of the added pressures of         win- total.' The team is now I1-0. sphere bounced off of Y6ung                         the fourth race, however, they
    recruiting winning teams. While at -most schools athletics exist        · The engineers split their sc and into the unprotected-net.                         were caught barging at the start,
   'for the school, MIT athletics exist for the students who              oring evenly between the first Sophmore Tony Reish also and soon found themselves a
    participate. Tech coaches are hired on their ability to coach a       and second halves. Gerry Mas- scored two goals forthe en- distant last. An incredible whift
    particular sport, not on their ability to recruit athletes. Thus,     kiewicz '71, playing what Coach gineers.                                               put them a close second just
    like Tech students, they find themselves in a unique position         Bill Morrison called- one of the                Goalie Tom Alden, another after the first mark, and an
    with regard to their counterparts at many other college               best games he had ever seen, fine prospect in Coach Mor- equally amazing lift gave them
    campuses.                                                             registered one goal and three.., rison's "sophmor~_brjgade"_shut -their fourth victhry itfras many
        MIT coaches support the policy of "no recruiting".- Thdy"-            ' a§i§t~~q-~' iil ~iand I~n' a lfihre e out the Crusaders until late in races, this time by over 100
    feel that it places the level of MIT athletics on':a higher plane     first-half Tech scores. Maskie- the third period. Bythat time the yards.
    than the programs at other universities. At a school where the        wicz using a spectacular display score was 6-0 in favor of MIT.                              Going into the final race
   :~basic' goals of intercollegiate sports are markedly different, the   of ball control- from his wing At this point Coach Morrison. series, Tech led by a small mar-
   :atmosphere of the athletic department takes on a different air.       position would draw the Holy took advantage of the situation gin over the home team. Milligan
    Rarely do Tech varsity coaches leave the school to coach at           Cross defense towards .him and' and gave the 'second string some                       and Berliner sailed a fair last
   :other institutions. And rarely are Tech coaches releived of           then slip perfect centering passes playing time. Holy Cross scored race, but Were not bettered by
   .their duties.                                                         in front of the crease.                     its only goal later in the game CG until the finish, where Ber-
        This unique operation is a direct result of the MIT policy                      Peterson scores               off of this group and goalie               liner found himself being pro-
  1.on athletic recruitment. Should the school ever revert to a               Dave Peterson '70', continuing Aaron Tovish '71.                                   tested as the race ended. Feeling recruiting. of high school athletes, the athletic program      lhis hot scoring of the Lowell                  The over-all Tech domination           he was surely in the right, he did
  :..would necessarily undergo a radical and unwise change. We            Tech scrimmage, opened the is indicated by the engineers'                              not withdraw, but instead was
  i.feel that such an upheaval would not be in the best interests of      attack for the engineers with a 30-15 edge in shots on goal. This thrown out, much to his chagrin,
  ::i concerned.-----------
    all                                                          -------- weak head shot off a Maskiewicz control was the result of a solid                      following a protest hearing. Nes-
                                                                          pass. The- goalie bobbled the team effort.                                             beda placed in the middle of the
                                                                                                                                                                 fleet to Coast Guard's first in the
                                                                                                                                                                 keelboats, while McComb com-

   SAE, BTP win .football openers
            By Don Arkin                                                                                               terception. In the second halt      f
                                                                                                                                                                 pleted a perfect sweep for the
                                                                                                                                                                 day by winning over a sixth
                                                                                                                                                                 place for the home team.
                                                                                                                                                                       For over an hour, the score-
     Defending champions SAE                                                                                           DU had scored two touchdownss keepers deliberated, and finding
 started off the new football sea-                                                                                     on passes by Steve Gassin '72 to ~he score tied at 94-all, deter-
 son impressively as they                                                                                              Terry Hammons and Drvee mined the victory in favor of
 trounced TC by a 50-0 score.                                                                                          Hodges '71 to bring the score toD MIT as they had finished first in
                                                                                                                        19-12. They picked up two moree 6 of the 15 races. Thus MIT won
 Quarterback Ken Weisshaar '72                                                                                         points when a bad snap by thee the new trophy, presented on
 exploited some glaring weak-
 nesses in the opposition's secon-                                                                                     Burton center landed in the enda this occasion by Admiral "Hap"
 dary to complete eight touch-                                                                                         zone for a safety.                   -
                                                                                                                                                                  Moore himself.
 down passes. Minot Cleveland                                                                                              However DU's, momentumn
 was the top scorer for SAE with                                                                                       dissappeared late in the fourth1                  tD X
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                                                                                                                       quarter when one of Gassin', S                    O a
 four touchdowns to his credit.                                                                                        passes was partially blocked by aa .41 * 54t

 Bruce Wheeler '71 also chipped                                                                                                                                 -Z   _         X

 in with two touchdowns.                                                                                               defensive lineman and ther                   ._

                                                                                                                       caught by a second Burton1.                                                F-
     The SAE defense was aided                                                                                          player before it hit the ground l ICi
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 by the erratic throwing of the
 TC quarterback.                                                                                                        Burton, then marched on in to war 'A              X

     In the same league, LCA                                                                                           score and the game ended 26-14')                   V Q

                                                                                                                           In B league action, SAE 'B or.                        :: c 0
 came from behind to beat DTD                                                                                           blanked AEPi by a 38-0 score                           tb*
.by a 13-6 score. After a scoreless                                                                                                                                                e

 first quarter, Jim Shields got        SAElor quarterback Ken Weisshaar '72 completes another pass SA"Elor quarterback Vic'Ashraf:ri                            I    S          -n           I->
                                       during their 50-rout over TC. Weisshaar threw eight TD passes during completed five TD passes withh
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 loose for a long touchdown re-                                                                                                                                      I ° <-;
 ception to give DTD a six point        the game.                                               Photoby Craig Davis ·Bob Dresser ' '71         and Thad                             oo
                                                                                                                        Stanley '73 each catching two Ct                           e,   q4
 lead. Four minutes later LCA                                                                                                                                   ,              O

 tied it up on a TD pass play that     half and at 19 after three quar- '71 on a play that covered 45                   and Steve Waller '73 catching                :
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                                       ters. In the fourth quarter, Beta yards for a TD. The other two the other.
                                                                                                                                                                 C:: i .:
 went from Joey Hudson '73 to                                                                                                                                        I:;

 Mike Ashmore '72. Then in the         quarterback Mark Lewandowski Beta touchdowns also came on                           In the same league SPEshutit              b On Of
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 third quarter Hudson found            '73 swept around the right end      Lewandowski passes with out SAM 12-0. In the first half                         If        : ::

 Tom Tennison in the open for          for six points and the game.        Hemmelstein and Bill Pinkston Sig Ep scored on a pass fron1.
                                           In Lewandowski, the Betas '71 each getting one.                             Tom Pipal '71 to A. J th
 the second LCA touchdown.                                                                                                                                           Ad h
 The successful conversion ended       seem to have found an excellent         All the Pi Lam scores came O Donnell on a play that cover :;:                    .        _     X

 the scoring at 13-6.                  replacement for Steve Shroeder on pass plays with Stewart Frost ed 45 yards. In the second half SN h                If
                                       who is ineligible this year. De- '71, Ken Schwartz '69, and Bob George Katsiaficas '70 took; a C) , n b
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     In the other A league, last
 year's runner-up, BTP, began          spite being inexperienced, he ran Kattes '70 each catching one.                  pitchout from his slotback posi to: V    ,       U)

 their season with a narrow vic-       a mixed running and passing             In the final A league game, tion on an option play and                                 ; =

 tory over PLP. Although the           attack very well and completed Burton outlasted- DU on the                       threw a TD pass to Pipal, the,e
 Betas were never behind, the          some very fine long passes in- strength of a 19-0 halftime lead quarterback.
 score was tied at 13 all at the       cluding one to Joel Hammelstein and a crucial fourth quarter in-

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