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					    VOLUME 14 NUMBER 2                                              STONY BROOK,' N. Y.
                                                    -   .                                                          TUESDAY, SEPT.* 22,1970
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                                                                                  Supreme Court Decision
                                                                                  Threatens Polity Spending
                                                                                                            By BILL STOLLER and NED STEELE
                                                                                     A decision late last week by a State Supreme Court Justice in Albany may have opened
                                                                                  the door for control of student government budgets by administration officials at all
                                                                                  State University campuses, including Stony Brook.
                                                                                   The judge ruled Thursday that the budgets of
                                                                               student governments, if they involve money                        which stipulates that the Chancellor and the Board
                                                                               collected from a mandatory student activities fee                 of Trustees must approve expenditures of State
                                                                               enforced with sanctions provided by the University. University money. The budget approvals are not
                                                                               are subject to review by the Board of Trustees.                   made by the Chancellor directly, but by delegated
                                                                                   The ruling was handed down in a suit brought                  officials«
                                                                               by a student at the State University at AlbanyMandatory                                               Fee
                                                                               against the Student Association there. The judge                      Student government money was considered by
                                                                               based his decision upon a section of the State                    the State Supreme Court Justice to be University
                                                                               Education, Law, and it could affect SUNY                          money, if it was a mandatory fee and if the fee
                                                                              campuses state-wide if upheld by appeals courts.                   were enforced by penalties imposed by the
                                                                                                            Fund Freeze                          University, such as withholding transcripts. He
                                                                                   According to Stony Brook Polity lawyer                        upheld the mandatory fee itself, provided it was
                                                                              Richard Uppe, whose firm of ULppe, Ruskin and                      approved by a student referendum. Stony Brook
                                                                              Kaplan also represents the Albany Student                          students voted for a mandatory fee last year.
                                                                              Association, the court ruling requires the Board of                    Lippe said the ruling was rather unusual and
                                                                              Trustees to approve the budget of the Albany                       that "the decision doesn't make much sense." He
                                                                              student government, and freezes all student funds                  added that while the judge based his ruling upon
                                                                              until the Board moves to do so. The freeze does                    the Education Law, he was not specific in applying
                                                                              not affect Stony Brook or other campuses, but the                  it to the suit. The law firm will carry appeals of
                                                                              right of University control could be applied to all                the ruling to higher courts.
                                                                              campuses if upheld.                                                    Not mentioned in the court decision were any r
                                                                                   Contacted by                    mten, State University        of the controves          Albany Student Association k
                                                                              SCanelor. Bmet L. Beyw Mid that he w} id                             p              thiat,             _d  tam          td I
                                                                               uore^-to hav«mthe Board delete te authorty to                      to              ftiat lawsuit.
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                                                                              review student budgets to local campus presidents.                      The defense team chose to present a strictlyf
                                                                              The Board meets in Albany Wednesday morning.                        technical and legal case, ignoring, for the time
                                                                                   Boyer, who serves as chief executive officer of                being at least, the interesting question of what is9
                                                                              the Board. stated that he felt that this wDo.| &-BA _._                         9_-_%     +1f +_-._-+-     «...
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                                                                                                                    "-wlans     &-OWSUK   CJE-u  auscceptaot unuvr te trustees, ruling that the fee
 FUNDS FREEZE with a possible halt to all Polity spendingI hanging                                   Albany student funds, until a final         be used for educational, social, cultural, and I
 over the University; a lack of concerts and certain s        ;ports is       court ruling is obtained. If the courts ruled that                 recreational endeavors.
forseeable.                                                                   the University must exercise control of student                        The term "social", some student leaders claim
                                                              .,5        ea^ government budgets, then, Boyer said, he would                      could be interpreted in the broad sense of the
                                                              c-w.        .   ^^work out mechanisms for doing so with campus                     word to include such activities as funding day care
                                                                              presidents and student leaders. He noted that the                 centers and other community action programs.
    A Letter                 To                                               delegation of the authority to campus presidents
                                                                              was a "minimum move" and that the "court may
                                                                                                                                                The Stony Brook student government maintains
                                                                                                                                                that its bail fund is an educational expenditure,
                                                              >    y     ^    not view it as acceptable under its ruling."
                            Our Re ad                               >r s
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                                                                                  Stony Brook President John S. Toll,, asked to
                                                                              comment on the ruling, said that he views student
                                                                                                                                                since it frees a student from prison and allows him
                                                                                                                                                to continue uninterrupted his education.
                                                                                                                                                     Such controversial expenditures, as well as the
     With the publication of this issue, Statesman tA         earfsuy         government funds "as trust funds only to be spent                 allocation of busses for students to attend anti-war
  regrets to announce that it is cutting back publication to at the initiative of student government." Toll demonstrations in Washington D.C., were
  twice a week.                                               I contin-       remarked that he was "'happy                  with the previous   considered to be objectionable to the parties filing
                                     miany years ago and AMi
     Because ofpressures constant- ues. The red tape still ex        but      arrangement," but he would be "happy to take the                  the suit.
  ly being placed upon the editors it is eventually being i   withered        responsibility .           if .the Trustees delegate it," and-         Although defense attorneys and student leaders
                                                                              th at     he
  of this paper, a training program  away. The editors axid staff                             "w i ll c a r ry out" review of student           were not happy with the ruling that activities fees
  for new staff members, demand- would like to have some recogni-             expenditures. The actual job of reviewing Polity                  must be reviewed by SUNY officials, they were
  ing deadlines for three times a tion by the University i for their          spending, Toll noted,                   would probably be         pleased that a court had finally settled the
  week (when there's hardly e-       countless hours of dev<  >tion to        somewhere in the Student Affairs office.                          question of a mandatory fee's legality.
 nough news for one issue) the the paper and to bettebring the                                         SUNY Guidelines                               Many moderate and conservative students
  cutback was inevitable.            community.                                   Dr. Toll mentioned that "many legislators,                    around the state had long questioned the right of
     Statesman is investigating a       Last February, States rman at-        parents and others" have expressed to him their                   student governments to use mandatory fees to
  method to obtain academic cre-     tempted an experiment - to run
                                                              -               concern for student government expenditures foi                   fund organizations and projects that individual
  dit for the editors and staff three issues a week. At thesame
                                                           1                 such things as political advertisements and bail                   students might be strongly opposed to.
  members who work on the paper time, equipment to set1the type               funds. He said that until new guidelines are issued
                                                                                     th e
                                                                                                                                                                  Fee Made Mandatory
  during the year - but it is a long and headlines was obtaiined and by                       Trustees, he would have to check                       Here at Stony Brook, the mandatory nature of
 and hard fight, one which began     used. We have found 1that the           expenditures by existing guidelines from SUNY.                     the fee had been bounced back and forth before
                                     production equipmentt helps             These state that student funds are to be used for                  being finally settled last September when
                                     keep the cost of the ne wsv~paper       educational, social, cultural and recreational                     University President John Toll ruled that the
i
                                     down, and thus saves a goood deal       purposes.                                                          University     would withhold transcripts from
      Inside                         of your fee's dollar fc>r other
                                     purposes.
                                                                                  T
                                                                                   oll added that he would like to see the State
                                                                              University ask the Attorney General's office to
                                                                                                                                                non-paying students.
                                                                                                                                                     Although the fee had been                technically
                                        Statesman will be published          appeal the ruling, so that student government                      "mandatory" before Toll's decision, they claimed
    Statesman                        on Tuesdays and Fridays, giving funds could remain as what he termed "trust                                that without stiff sanctions it was, in effect,
                                     maximumcoverage to news e- funds" under student control and not part of the                                optional.
                                     vents, sports and the artts. When        University's funds.                                                   The court rulingwill not mark the first time an


!     John   D. leaves Stony
         Brook - See page 3
     What's in "The Doctor's
                                     a major event breaks an4 States-
                                     man is not scheduled f(car
                                     cation, a special issue
                                     published. The editors
                                                              d
                                                                 publ-
                                                              Dry be
                                                              are on-
                                                                                  Polity President Vincent Montalbano, agreeing
                                                                             w ith T
                                                                                      oll    o n th e lat ter
                                                                                                               point, told Statesman, "The
                                                                             fee is collected by students and is for students. It
                                                                            should be administered by students as well."
                                                                                                                                                investigation of student activities budgets has been
                                                                                                                                                ordered. At the State University at Buffalo
                                                                                                                                                campus, scene of widespread student protests last
                                                                                                                                                year, student government financial records are
        Bag" - See page 7                                     are and             University control of student activities budgets              being examined by the State Comptroller's office
                                     cerned about the cam]
                                                              nd#sek would be "going two steps behind a return to in                            and the local district attorney.
      Review of "Joe" - See          about the community, I                  lo c o     ar n t i s
        page 9                       to present their concen i to our               p e          ," claimed Montalbano. "It would be                Last summer Suffolk County District
     Big Contest - See page 12                                I rightly      like giving us an allowance," he added, "and                       Attorney's office representatives requested that
                                     readers.  As our creed
                                     says, "Let       Each      Become       letting us spend the money only as long as they                    Polity show them certain financial records, but
                                     Aware."                                 say it's okay."                                                    were told that the information was in the hands of
                                                              7
                                                     Robert I . Cohen             Lawyer Lippe explained that the ruling was                    the Polity attorneys. The matter was apparently
                                                       Editor-in-Chief       based upon a section of the State Education Law                    not pursued further.
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Statewide Student Group
To Act as Lobbying Force
   Polity President Vincent Montalbano and several other State University student
presidents last month announced the formation of a statewide student association that is
aimed at centralizing student efforts at effecting change on a statewide level.
   The organization, the Student Association of the State of New York (SASU), will try
to act as a single lobbying force for the State University's nearly 300,000 students and is
intended to represent the nearly 70 student governments in its dealings with the State
Universitv central administration and Board of Trustees.
          Students Benefit
   It will also attempt to provide       court order, may be forced to                                 students          t o   u n i t e
students        with     various         submit their budgets to Albany                                immediately-"before problems 0I
services-such as health insurance        for approval. (see story on page                              get bigger and harder to 0
programs-at reduced rates. "In           1) Montalbano indicated that he                               control."
the long run," says Montalbano,          would be speaking to SASU                                        After two days of meetings
"it will be a benefit to every           members and attorneys this                                    the students formed a four-man I
student in the State University."        week, and said a more formal                                  steering committee, of which I
   In the talking stage is a plan        meeting will shortly be held.                                 Montalbano is a member. Also 0
to use SASU to mobilize student               SASU also plans to contest a                             on the board are the student
voting power-should the 18               recent Board                    of Trustees                   presidents at Albany, Cobleskil I                          VINNIE MONTALBANO: The Polity president is on the steering
year-old vote be upheld-in state         regulation that will establish a                              and Hudson Valley Community I                              committee of a statewide lobbying group.
elections.                               student-faculty-administrative                                College.                                                   the association.                                             university-wide hearing boards.
   First order of business for           hearing body to try cases                                        Following     the planning II                                        Lawsuit?                                        SASU steering committee
SASU might be the sticky                 involving                    violations   of                  sessions the steering committee I                             The student body presidents                               members are also discussing
subject of student activities.            anti-campus demonstration acts                               invited student governments on I                           are now talking about initiating                             plans for raising funds to
Student      governments around           already in effect.                                           all the SUNY campuses to join i                            a   lawsuit      against    the                              support the proposed lawsuit.
the state, as a result of a recent                  Judiciary Questioned
                                                                                                                                                               a                           Ilfrr                                       db   Am   h      a      IN
                                              An opinion oi tony woroK
                                               A_ :hQud......If....

                                           Polity lawyers Lippe, Ruskin
                                           I
                                           and Kaplan maintains that the
                                                                                                           campus Lrimes Worry Officials
                                           judiciary is unconstitutional on
                                           I
                                           three grounds:                                                 Two incidents in the past                               The freshman was taken to                                    latest in a series of thefts,
                                              -The university president acts                           week point up a growing list of                            Mather, Memorial Hospital in                                 assaults and other incidents that
                                              as prosecutor and judge.                                 on-campus crines that has many                             Port Jefferson, where he was                                 are    worrying administration
                                              -It           establishes no clear                       administration officials worrying                          treated and released. University                             officials. Over the summer there
                                              criteria for determining guilt.                          about the reasons for them and                             authorities     withheld     the                             were many incidents involving
                                              -It      dictates that a student                         the necessary steps to prevent                             student's name.                                              students living on campus.
                                              may be suspended before                                  them.                                                         On Friday afternoon, a                                             Summer Incidents
                                              being granted a hearing.                                    The incidents, one an assault                           custodial employee was robbed                                  ,In one building in Kelly, a
                                                    Campus Leaders Unite                               and robbery, the other a robbery                           in a men's room in Toscaninni                                loaded rifle was found in a
                                              SASU was born at a weekend                               at gunpoint, both occured in                               College by a young man                                       student's room by campus police
                                          4
                                           conference last month on the                                dormitorys and are thought by                              brandishing a pistol and a knife,                            searching for trespassers. The
                                           State University at Albany                                  officials to have been carried out                         University police reported.                                  student reportedly told police it
                                          4campus, Student leaders from                                by students.                                               Police said the youth told the                               was for "rabbits."' The student
I   )     e      -   l   ~   MN
                                           about             a dozen         campuses                           Freshman Beaten                                   custodian, "I'm going to kill                                has been restricted from the
                                           gathered                 there to discuss                      According to University                                 you," and then demanded to                                   dorms for one year.
                                           common problems and ways of
                                         4 uniting in a single force to put
                                                                                                       Police Chief Richard Walsh,
                                                                                                       three young men entered the
                                                                                                                                                                  know where his wallet was. Told
                                                                                                                                                                  that it was in the man's hip
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  One student was also arrested
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               on charges that, he burglarized
                                          ipressure on the SUNY trustees.
                                                                                                       room of a freshman in Benedict                             pocket, the gunman reportedly                                Harpo's, a student ice-cream
                                           Most. of the participants agreed                            College,     demanding money.                              took it and removed $27 in cash                              parlor in Harpo Marx College.
                                           that          individual           campus                   When he told them he didn't                                and a $158 check. He then asked                                 In addition, campus police
                                           governments lacked both the                                 have any, they reportedly beat                             the employee if he had a family                              estimate that $3000 in personal
                                           resources and the political                                  him about the head and face,                              and returned the check when the                              property was stolen over the
                                           weight to get very far in                                    then took his wallet containing                           custodian said that he did.                                  summer. Police say the estimate
                                           pressuring university officials.                             $10. The student's roommate                               Before leaving, police said the                              is conservative.
                                                At the meeting Stony Brook                              later    reported to campus                               youth told the employee not to                                      "What's Happening?"
                                           Polity attorneys Melvin Lippe                                authorities that $30 of his and                           call police or walk out of the                                   Chief Walsh said that there are
                                           and Bruce Kaplan urged the                                   an electric razor were also taken.                        room for 15 minutes. The                                     almost daily incidents of theft or
                                                                                                                                                                  custodian waited a length of                                 vandalism.       His force has
                                                                                                                                                                  time and then left the men's                                 increased by eight this year, but

                                             New Plans Save Path                                                                                                  room, where he told a fellow
                                                                                                                                                                  employee what happened. She
                                                                                                                                                                  called police. Authorities are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               the additional men are needed to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               patrol the newly opened South
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               campus area. Acting Director of
                                                                                                                                                                  withholding the custodian's                                   Security Ron Siegel simply
                                                                 The Humanities Path has been spared from the wrath                                               name.                                                         asked, "what's happening to this
                                                              of construction.                                                                                       These two incidents are the'                               campus?"
                                                                 Originally scheduled to be the site of a fine arts
                                                              building, the tranquil and popular wooded path that
                                                              connects G and H quads with the central academic quad
                                                              near the administration and humanities buildings, will
                                                              remain untouched-although most of the trees on one
                                                                                                                                                                                           Ky to See DC
                                                              side of it have been removed for a construction workers'                                               WASHINGTON D.C. (CPS)- Forces are consolidating
                                                              parking lot near the library site.                                                                   here to plan some sort of action against the scheduled
                                                                 That parking lot, not the woods that still stand, will                                            appearance of South Vietnamese Vice President Nguyen
                                                              be where the fine arts center is going to be built. A
                                                              redesign of the building completed last semester also
                                                                                                                                                                   Cao Ky at a pro-war rally in Washington on October 3.
                                                              included a change of location for the structure, which                                                  Ky 's plans       were    first                          made. Not only did they claim
                                                              should be begun this year.                                                                           announced on September 4 by                                 they knew nothing about it, but
                                                                 The fine arts center will have two wings, one on the                                              Rev. Carl McIntire, a right-wing                            they ere pretty much against it
                                                              site of the new parking lot and another one                                                          fundamentalist radio preacher                               - the event gives the anti-war
                                                              perpendicular to it at the top of the library hill.                                                  from New Jersey           who is                            movement       a  ready-made
                                                                  A plaza extending from that wing, and not the library                                            planning the Victory in Vietnam                             organizing point for early fall
                                                                                                                                                                   rally, similar to one he organized                          actions.
                                                              extension as originally planned, will eventually connect
                                                                                                                                                                   last April.
                                                              to the "bridge from nowhere" that juts out from the                                                     The Nixon Administration, as                                 And Washington-area anti-war
                                                              Stony Brook Union.                                                                                   reported by the Washington                                   groups have already begun plans
                                                                                                                                                                   commercial press, was all aflurry                            for a counter-demonstration.
                                                                                                                                                                   when the announcement was                                    During the week of September
                                                                                 -                                                             -                         :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                14 at least five major portions of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                the anti-war movement held
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                meetings. The groups ranged
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                from     moderate liberals      to
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 September 22, 1970

Turn to Military                                                                          Polity Dr"ops DeFrancescoq
For Security Head                                                                         Ex-Dean Leaves the Campus
                                                                                              By MARSHA PRAVDER
                      By BILL STOLLER                                                             and NED STEELE
   The Administration, searching for a man to head the                                       Forner assistant Dean John
campus police force as director of security, has tumned to                                DeFrancesco,       who lost his
                                                                                          administrative post nearly two
the military police and is asking for applications from                                   years ago after establishing
retired officers, reliable sources have told Statesman.                                   himself as a strong and vocal
    Executive Vice-President T.                                                           defender of students, was told
 Alexander Pond, whose office is       attractive to university officers.                 last week that him employment
conducting interviews, said that       Presently, some members of the                     as a student          government
the     administration    is "not      security force here at Stony                       researcher has been terminated
systematically        looking for      Brook attend police science                        because of a fund shortage, and
military men," but added that          classes at the State University                    has quietly left the campus.
he couldn't rule a military man        College at          Farmingdale.                      After months of uncertainty,
out. "We're looking in every           Members--of the force are also                     DeFrancesco           was    told
direction," Pond said, "it will        sent to train        with Suffolk                  Wednesday       night by Polity
depend       on    the   kind of       County Police.                                     President Vincent Montalbano
man . . . it    amounts to the                      Staff Boost                           and     acting    Treasurer Phil
individual."                              Wile all the recommendations                    Doesschate that attempts to
   According to the sources,           of a SUNY committee that is                        locate $10,000 in the $375,000
administration officials wrote to      behind the new system are not                      Polity budget to pay his salary
military police commanders,            finalized yet, part of the                         had failed.
asking them to recommend the           program calls for increases in                        "It's just impossible to find
job to qualified persons they          police manpower on campuses.                       money when there isn't any,"
knew of. Dr. Pond could neither        The Stony Brook force has                          said Doesschate.
positively confirm nor deny the        alreadysbeen increased by eight                               Funds Barred
reports, but could only say that       this year, and Dr. Pond said he                       Although last year's budget
the administration "may have"          believed that possibly 12 more                     committee and Student Senate
                                                                                          denied funds to DeFrancesco           IN DEFENSE: Students rallied to the aid of John DeFrancesco in
written such letters.                  will be hired eventually. The                                                            the Spring of 1969 so that he would remain on campus.
   The job of director of security     eight new officers, according to                   and his student attitude research
is part of a new statewide             University Police Chief Richard                    program, Montalbano promised          so-but a close look at the Polity     confidentiality.
program to "professionalize" the       Walsh, are being used to patrol                    informally early this summer          budget       revealed      that the       University President John Toll
university police on every State       the     newly      opened     South                that Polity would find the            $10,000 wasn't there.                 was widely believed to have a
 University campus. Previously,        Campus area.                                       $10,000     salary allocation if           Considered by many to be the     strong dislike for DeFrancesco
the job existed as Director of             Another Improvement in the                     DeFrancesco could secure funds        most popular figure among and his outspoken views.
Safety and Security, where now         force would be the creation of                     for carrying out his studies from     students in Stony Brook's                 DeFrancesco was given a
the two functions will be              an investigative officer to handle                 outside sources.                      history, DeFrancesco was hired        $15,000 budget in his first year
separated and two directors            after-the-fact investigations of                      The 29 year-old ex-dean did        by Polity in the spring of 1969       with Polity, but ran into
named.                                 campus crimes.                                                                            'o conduct a series of studies of    difficulties this spring when
         Lure Career Cops                  Dr. Pond said that the SUNY                                                              tudent attitudes and Stony        seeking funds for the 1970-71
   The program, parts of which         recommendations            did not                                                         3rook's effects on them, several    academic year.
are still under consideration by       include       the equipping      of                                                       -months after it was announced                   Reconsidered
 SUNY officials, would improve         university       policemen with                                                             that the University would not          Claiming that DeFrancesco
Security forces on campuses in         firearms. He added that it was                                                            iire him.                            submitted his budget request
several ways, according to Dr.         against Stony Brook policy for a                                                              Although no reasons were         too late and maintaining that
 Pond.                                 member of the force to wear a                                                            made public for dismissal, the other             projects   were more
    Pond said that changes were        gun, and he knew of no plans to I                                                         release came just days after         important than the ex-deans, the
 being made in the structure of        arm the force in the near future.                                                         DeFrancesco was found guilty of       then Polity Treasurer Larry
 the security force in an attempt      Mace, tear gas and weapons 0                                                              contempt of court on charges          Remer refused to grant any new
 to lure young men into the field      other than nightsticks were also 1                                                         stemming from an incident in         funds. The htuedget committee
 as career university policemen.        ruled out, Pond said.                                                                    which he refused to divulge to a      and the Student Senate backed
 At. present, all members of the           Dr. Pond said that while 1                                                            Grand Jury the name of a              him up, but shortly after the
 force are of the same civil service   several        men     have been 1                                                        student who had given him             May Polity elections in which all
 grade, with pay differences            i n t e r v ie we d     b y   t he                FAVORITE: One of the most               information      concerning       a   incumbents and those identified
                                                                                          well-liked administrators in the        campus theft. He repeatedly           with     them were       soundly
 based on seniority. The new            administration for the new post, 9
                                        they have not, as yet, found aI                   history     of the campus,              maintained that as a student          defeated, friends of DeFrancesco
system would institute a series         m an    th e
                                                     y   ar e
                                                                completely F              DeFrancesco has departed.               adviser he was required to           asked the newly elected officers
 of grades so that officers could
                                       satisfied with.                                                                           u p h o ld     p r inciIes      of           Continued on page 9
 look forward to advancement
 and promotions. Under the new
system it would be possible for a                      0
 young officer to start as a
patrolman
supervisory
experience
                and    rise
                 position,
                and advanced
                              to
                            with
                                   a
                                        ff t £i       1 V
                                                    etnC
                                             By STEVEN FARBER
                                                               stho f a
                                                                      fi
                                                                                 tC
                                                                                      I
                                                                                          rnent Sought By Richard
                                                                                          management of the summer              comply with any action the
                                                                                                                                                                     I   I
                                                                                                                                                                              COCA PRESENTS
                                                                                                                                                                                    AN
education behind him.
  The director of security and
                                           The Polity Judiciary will act I
                                        on its first case of the academic
                                                                                          Ringcycle Concert series, the
                                                                                          action of Polity in voting to
                                                                                                                                Polity Judiciary hands down. At
                                                                                                                                this point, he could only say             ALFRED
an assistant director of security       Vear when it decides whether                                                            that he agrees with the Polity
                                         --   i..           RVXIUq;b
                                                                *W
                                        Clive Richard should be
                                                                           WIltM1sr
                                                                                          accept     his resignation was
                                                                                          "unnecessary and unwarranted,"        lawyers, who contend that
                                                                                                                                Richard's      resignation was
                                                                                                                                                                         HITCHCOCK
                                       reinstated as Polity treasurer.                    according to       the petition.
                                       Richard submitted a petition to
                                       the Polity Judiciary after the
                                                                                          Richard issued a memorandum
                                                                                          which he claims rescinded his
                                                                                                                                self-executing.
                                                                                                                                    Precedent was set by the
                                                                                                                                                                            FILM
                                       Student Council refused to
                                       reconsider its acceptance of
                                                                                          resignation.
                                                                                             Richard's student lawyer,
                                                                                                                                Council when they voted to
                                                                                                                                accept the resignations of former
                                                                                                                                                                          FESTIVAL
                                       Richard's resignation.                             Cliff Thier, says that if the         Junior      Class Representative
                                          Through the petition, Richard                   Polity Judiciary does not or           Danny Lazaroff and other Polity
                                       seeks      to    annul Polity's                    cannot vote on the petition, the       officials. At that time nobody
                                       acceptance of his resignation and                  only alternative will be public       claimed that the resignation was
                                       asks that no new appointment                       courts and an outside attorney.        self-executing.
                                       be made during his term.                           In the event that all legal actions       Montalbano reiterated that
                                       Richard's petition states that he                  fail, Thier hopes that Richard         Richard was not carrying out his
                                       was elected by a majority vote                     would run again for the office of      duties     as Polity treasurer.         Sept. 25-Morth by Northwest 8 p.m.
                                       last spring. Although he resigned                  treasurer.                             "Richard's insistance on entering         Strangers on a Train 10:30 p.m.
                                       over a dispute with the Student                       Polity    President     Vincent     fields not within his control was       Sept. 26-Strangers on a Train 8 p.m.
                                       Council        concerning      the                 Montalbano, upon first hearing         unwarranted," said Montalbano.            North by Northwest 10:30 p.m.
                                                                                          of the petition. said he will          He was referring to Richard's           Sept. 27-North by Northwest 8 p.m.
                                                                                                                                 attempt to fire a member of the         Sept. 28"Strangers on a Train 8 p.m.
                                                                                                                                 summer concert series without
                                                                                                                                                                         Sept. 29-The Lady Vanishes 8 p.m.
                                                                                                                                 Council permission.
                                                                                                                                                                         Sept. 30-The Lady Vanishes 8 p.m.
                                                                                                                                     Richard rebuts the Council's
ACTING DIRECTOR: While the                                                                                                                                               No films Oct. 1-4
                                                                                                                                 taking him to task for signing
administration searches for a                                                                                                    contracts. "As treasurer," he                   Oct. 5-Marnie 8 p.m.
permanent head for security,                                                                                                     said, "I am authorized to sign                  Oct. 6-Marnie 8 p.m.
Assistant to the Executive                                                                                                       the contracts once the Council               Oct. 7-The 39 Steps 8 p.m.
Vice-President Ron Siegel is                                                                                                     has approved them. That's all I              Oct. 8-The 39 Steps 8 p.m.
Security's acting director.                                                                                                      did. I see no wrongdoing."              No film Friday Oct. 9
                                                                                                                                                                               Oct. 10-The Birds 8 p.m.
would      be jobs under the                                                                                                                                                     The Birds 10:30 p.m.
 university's professional grades.
These men would be chosen by
the university for background,
                                                                       See Ronny                                                                                               Oct. 11-The Birds 8 p.m.


experience, and what Pond said
was an ability to run the specific                             (STATESMAN NEWS DIRECTOR)                                                  TON16HT
job of a university police force.
    Dr. Pond pointed out that the
entire       force     would     be
reorganized to meet the needs of         The News Department desperately needs people to do                                                                              I



a university. "The emphasis," he                      reporting,editing, layout.                                                                                               SBU
said, "will be on training and                                                                                                              S.B. Union
staffing for specific needs, rather
than the duties of a peace officer                                                                                                      Rooms 058, 231
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alone." While college or police
 training prior to university
service is not required as yet,
 Pond said that the new system
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Day Care Project Planned                                                                                             N ew C ou                e
                                                                                                                                             rs ot             R e quim ie
        v   "                                                                                                         Wo~~~~~~Vlrk in Local Co Bit                              nat   ity
To A                       -id         fit .   y
                            Campus Communit itThe iIvss                                                      V
                                                                                                             R       the Health S nees Cmnfter hb
                                                                                                                     recently        d a new coune
                                                                                                                                                    of,                     in
                                                                                                                                                                              mteet tAny for
                                                                                                                                                                                    Mt clan
                                                                                                                                                           meeting wll be hei d topmorro
                                                                                                                                                           in surge building G of the School
        By MARTHA ZWEIG             centers on compiling a file of                                                   e n t i t Ie d   'Community           of Social Welfare, south         ,
          &JIM FRENKEL              families who might be able to             eo     min     d m any                 Dynamics." This is the first          at 7:30 p.m.
                                    provide such care. Such a file has    aspect of family day eawe are              course offered under the                 The course was jointly
    There will be a meeting of the  been established in Room 118 of       invited to a                 on                                                  designed by students and faculty
                                                                                                                      aspices of tie PrograI s for
SUSB Day Care Project on            the Administration building.          Wednesday evening Otober 7                 Youth and C unity           at the    and will function on the bank of
Thursday, September 24 at 8:00         At this week's meeting a           in room 231 of the Union at                 S8eo1 of Social Welfare. It is       active student, faculty and
p.m. in room 236 of the Stony       steering committee will be            7:30 pm. Two      e        from            the direct remlt of student           community cooperation. In
Brook       Union.. The group,                                            the Departent of Social Service            efforts from the spring strike.       addition,- the learning
                                    elected to direct the activities of
formed in June, has been            the Project for the next eight        will be on hand to         answe              Itegistratin for this six-credit   environment for the course is
meeting informally this summer      weeks. Members           of the       queatin about the Family Day                cose is on an add-drop basis.        intended to extend beyond the
discussing and investigating   the                                        Care Plan operated by that                   he course will be structured
                                    committee will work on a                                                                                               casroom. In the fall semester,
problems and possible solutions                                           Department. ALyone requiring               around which
                                    proposal to the University                                                                                      will   workshop$ will go into the local
to the problem of child care at     petitioning for space. Also under      informatin about family day               meet       on  Tuesdays and           community in an .attempt to
 the University.                    discussion will be a proposal to      cae should.contadtBillie Axmhen                                                  determine what the community
                                                                                                                     TurSdys from 3:00 to 4:00
    Ultimately, the Project aims the group on the advisability of         at 732-1349, be        7:00 and            p.m. Also, on Wednesday               defines as its social problems. On
 to establish       a University    support for the centers from          10:00 p.m.                                  evenis from 7:30 to 9:00 pnmL        the basis of the information
  -financed day care service        Education and Social Sciences                                                                                          gained in the- fall, certain
 available to all those connected   departments, as well as questions                                                                                      community    problems      will   be
 with the University who need
-such a service. In moving toward
                                    of organization -and general
                                    policy.
                                                                              Teacher Exam Given                                                           selected for further definition
                                                                                                                                                           and analysis in the spring
 this goal, they have spoken with                                                            Collee *eousM -ese t
                                                                                                    ummms            ' cotact the school systP im in
                                       Recognizing the pressing need                Colleg          AM                   aiU--sas
 other groups interested in day                                               teach      ehool mary          the w Ih         seyeek emp oyment or            This semester enrollment will
                                     that married students have for
 care, on and off campus.            day care, the members of the
                                                                               National Tacbr Examntioon their .o1les fr< paeific advice                   be limited to 50 students.
    Aside from the obvious                                                         onayof the fourfdifferent et   on which                   to tyke
                                                                                                                                            eaiain         Registration is open to both
 problem of finding money and
                                     Project have set up a committee                     dates:                   ~~~~and dates they sCould
                                                                                                                        on which
                                                                                                                                                           graduates and undergraduates.
                                     within the larger group to help              November 14, - 970  1       and    be en            of
 space for the centers, there are parents secure day care for their            Janua 30, Aail 3, and July 17          h                  fh       o        Community people will not be
 more complex problems to be         children with other families,            197L He tests wil be      given at   for C     ate contains a list of        able to register -for credit, but
  grappled with; among them the until centers can be establis                 nearly 500   locations throughoutt        centers, and information           are invited to participate in
 cost of the center to users.        Letters have been sent to all            the United States                   about the examinations, as well          course activities.
      Various schemes have been                                                  Results of the National           as a Regitration Form. Copes
                                     married students asking whether          Teacher Examinations are used        may b obtained from college i
  advanced for the government of they need or can provide day
  the centers, including sliding care. The replies have been                  by many large school districs aBplacement office.s, school
                                                                              one of several foos in thepersonnel                   departments     or          USE STATESMAN
  scale costs dependent on family    compiled      in   the above-            selection of new t      a   nd by    dub     from National Teacher
  income,       availability     to  -mentioned file. This "paeent            several states for certifation or Examinations, Box 911,                            CLASSIFIEDS
  non-University persons and even    service" will soon be extended           licenang of teaches                 Educational Tesin             r    e,
  off-campus       centers. Now, to all         faculty    wes and                Prospectve            ssould Princeton, New Jersy 08540.
  however, the most concern


 Campus Bus Schedule
     The Office of University Relations has issued the
                                                                                                        Pore fashia
 following schedule for the campus bus service, which,
 according to many students, is often ignored by the bus
 drivers.. Ride at your own risk.
     Campus bus service maintains two routes identified as
 RED andGREENandeach bus carries a colored marker        on
                                                                                              thafeeye~~~~~~R11
 its wi Iield indicating the route it serves. Both routes
  follow the same time schedule with buses departing every                                                          OK              .^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  7 1/2 min. from 7-11 a.m.; every 15 min. from 11 a.m. to
  3:30 p.m.; every 7 1/2 min. from 3:30-6 p.m.; every 11
  min. from 6-11 p.m. There is no bus service from 11:00-
  p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
     The Green Bus leaves from "P" lot north (by RR
  station) and goes south on loop road to Kelly, Stage 122,
  Roth and Tabler; it continues on Loop Rd. to Humanities
  and Administration ^Bldgs. and then loops around G-H
  quad to the Infirmary, the Union, the Gym, the Service
  area and returns to "P" lot north.
     The Red Bus leaves from "P" lot south (the new
   commuter lot) and enters the campus at Roth heading
  west to Tabler, Stage 12 and Kelly turning east to the
   Service area, the Gym, and the Union; west on the Loop
   Rd. to the Administration and Humanities Bldgs.; through
   the South Gate to Nicolls Rd. stopping on Nicolls Rd. at
   the South Campus (Surge) site and them turning west on
   the new connector road to "P" lot south (commuter
   parking).
     The Women's Recreation             Wednesday at 4:00. The
     Association is organizing          organizational meeting for
     intramurals for the fall. Soccer   soccer will be Thursday
     will be held on Tuesday and        September 24, and Tennis will
     Thursday at 4:00 and tennis will   be on Wednesday September 23
     be held on Monday and              at 4:00.


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               UNDERGRADUATES
                      Student Activities Fee

                      $63 Due by Oct. 15
          Make checks payable to Student Polity Association



               Activity Fee Waiver Forms
             Available At Polity Office                                                                                                             751-2801
                                                               -~~~oo     m                                 Stony Brook Shopping Center
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                                                                                                          t-he fifth column
                                                                                                                           ByILP.          .RETT
                                                                                                        This term has been very interesting                "eg is
                                                                                                                                                              it
                                                                                                     only one week old. Many were unsure of how thin' might
                                                                                                     be this falls remembeing the state 'M which most of us left
                                                                                                     the campus last spring. We all left a lot of loose ends
                                                                                                     hanging. But Polity and the Faculty Snaves within a few
                                                                                                     moments, tied it all up.
                                                                                                        The loose end that Polity left h           i    was John
                                                                                                     DeFrancesco. Last spring, when the Polity budget was
                                                                                                     drawn up, John D's project was not included. However,
                                                                                                     within days after the pew Student Council was elected,
                                                                                                     they gave John certain assurances that his programs would
                                                                                                     be funded. As the summer wore on, Mr. D was never given
                                                                                                     any indication that funding would not be forthcoming as
                                                                                                     the student government did nothing to find funds.
                                                                                                        Finally upon the realization that no one had done
                                                                                                     anything, thBe interim treasurer made a laudable, but futile,
                                                                                                     attempt to acquire money from several foundations
                                                                                                     futile because it was so late that any funds for the year had
                                                                                                     probably already been allocated. The fault ought not lie
                                                                                                     with the interim treasurer, however, since he wasn't the
                                                                                                     one who went making promises.
                                                                                                        By that time, September was beginning, yet the Polity
 Ravw                  Deal                        didn't like American society. Or maybe he
                                                   was helping a student recover from a drug
                                                                                                     president, who made the promises, although he must, by
                                                                                                     now, have realized that he made an empty promise, did
     The man who loathed publicity with the        nightmare, or berating a newspaper                not see fit to tell Mr. DeFrancesco of the lack of funds.
same intensity that he loved Stony Brook           reporter he thought was after a clever and        They just left him hanging for two more weeks. Then
students, having been told for a second            catchy story angle rather than the truth.         finally when it came payday, John D found out. He must
time that his services were no longer              All of these would be part of a working day       have been hurt, at least the administration gave him a
required, has quietly slipped away from our        for Mr. D.
                                                                                                     month's notice. Polity didn't give him six days. It's sort of
campus.                                               There is no easy way to thank John
                                                                                                     ironic that John DeFrancesco was the victim at the hands
     John- DeFrancesco, -fired by the              DeFrancesco for befriending a few
administration when he compounded his              thousand -members of a social class that is       of students of the same insensitivity that he so often
sin of believing in honesty and in students        rapidly becoming one- of the most                 criticized in the administration. He even said "When
by acting publicy on his convictions (and          widely-disliked elements of American              students start exhibiting the same insensitivity of the
embarrassing a university that has somehow         society. The memories of his more obvious         administration, it's time to pack it up and go home."
 never been embarrassed by its neglect of          accomplishments can't be eliminated-the           That's what John did, he went home. Some students called
 basic human needs of those not having a.          first student coffeehouse, the students who       Toll a pig when he fired John D. What do we call the
 PhD after their names or by its infatuation       receivedW once-i n-a-lifetime job                 students who are responsible for the present situation?-not
 with mammoth buildings and celebrity              opportunities, the times he spoke before          so much for firing -him   but for the way they treated a man
 scientists that rarely teach) has been            legislators fervently uring them to make          who did so much for them. Try hypocritical pigs - it just
 abandoned by those for whom he cared the          universities places where one could learn         might fit.
 most-students.                                    and live, and on and on. These only scratch
     Last week members of the Student              the surface of what he has done for Stony            After declaring the strike over, the Faculty Senate took
 Council, after assuring him earlier in the        .Brook.                                           up the business of undoing what had been done last spring.
 summer that they would find some money-              Likewise, there is no easy way to say
                                                   goodbye-except to say that we hope                Being somewhat realistic, one must assume that the
 to allow him to continue his studies of
 student attitudes here, told DeFrancesco          goodbye won't be permanent and some of            faculty, by a mail ballot, will rescind the ban on DoD
 they had no way of giving him a salary.           his remaining friends at Stony Brook will         contracts. This will probably annoy the hell out of a lot of
 Unfairly, they delayed their decision until       offer him another chance to carry on the          students and most left of center faculty members. It
  it was too late for him to seek employment       impossible dream. In a university that            shouldn't.
 in another university, and announced their        could be a rather cold and-unfeeling place            Now, to the crux of the matter. The motion that
 decision with an abruptness that probably         for many a student, he was a steady friend,       banned DoD contracts from this campus wasn't worth the
 shocked Mr. D as much as it hurt him.             and a human being in the midst of a               paper on which it was written. This is evidenced by the
     We believe Polity President Montalbano        blizzard of indifference. Despite the             fact that, during the summer while the so-called ban was in
 and his associates were sincere in their wish     priorities suggested by others, nothing
                                                   exists that can be more important than            effect, two contracts were signed by Dr. Pond. That is
 to keep Mr. D in their employ, but that                                                             when the faculty should have gotten annoyed, but they
  makes it only. more difficultt or us to          this.
                                                                                                     didn't, and they wonlt.
  understand how they could prOmise him
 support and then find none. It is
 unfortunate that Polity hasn't yet learned
                                                                Fai r:                                   At the Senate meeting when one faculty member
                                                                                                      demanded to know why Pond had usurped the decree of
  to see a person as a person rather than as a
  budget appropriation. Good intentions
                                                         Heari ng                                     this impotent body Pond muttered something about
                                                                                                      interrupted research destroying the project.
  aren't enough,- and their irrsonibility               The confusion of whether Clive Richard           Now, from a man who gained the respect of students,
  illustrates the argument of those who             is/is not? should be should not be be Polity      faculty and other administrators last year by not hemming
  maintain that student activists are little        treasurer becomes increasingly complicated           d hawing, by laying his cards right out on the table, this
  more than littlechildren trying to be adults      with each step.- Polity lawyers Lippe,            was not an acceptable answer. As Pond sat down in that
  and playing with adult-world power arid            Ruskin and Kaplan last week informed             uncomfortable plastic seat after his reply, he must have
  resources, without having the ability to           Polity that Treasurer S. Clive Richard's         felt his credibility draining out of him because there were
  understand thet; implications of what             resignation was "self-executing"         upon
                                                     presentation to the Council. However,            more than just a few others in the room fee-ing themselves
  they're doing. We hope Polity has learned
  from this episode that power is not                Richard and his student lawyer, Cliff Thier,     lose a bit of the e    t they have for him.
  respected until it is mastered and used           contend that Richard's second                                                                           i
                                                     memorandum withdrawing the first, clearly
   properly. We hope they also-will learn to
   prepare for the unexpected and try to look
   at things a bit more realistically before
                                                     did so.
                                                        The scheduled re-election for October
                                                     and the threat of a freeze on Polity
                                                                                                        Have somethingI
                                                                                                           =~~~~                 a
   committing themselves and their resources
   to individuals and programs.
      The student leaders of last year, not the
   current team, share the shame of letting
                                                     spending only serve to further confuse the
                                                     issue.
                                                        Mr. Richard has rightly petitioned the
                                                                                                            to say ?    1
   DeFrancesto get away from                 us.     Polity Judiciary to hear both sides of the
   Ex-treasurer Larry Remer, who formulated          issue, and has asked for a just decision,
                                                     once and for aH. Now. however, is the
   this year's budget, thought other programs
   were more important for Stony Brook than
   DeFrancesco,        and was angry at
                                                     Judiciary fully constituted? The Polity
                                                     constitution does not specify when the
                                                                                                     Write a letter
   DeFrancesco for submitting a budget               J u d ic ia r y  I e a v e sp o we r - a f t e r
   request beyond the customary deadline.
   Perhaps he and other student leaders
                                                     commencement, or when a new judiciary is
                                                     elected. There is, at the present, only one
                                                                                                        to the editor!


                                                                                                 I
   should have been thinking of why                   means to a decisionthat the Judiciary,




                                                                                                                                                                       I
   DeFrancesco didn't have budgets on his             itself, oddly enough, interpret the
   mind too often. Maybe he was too busy              document, then hear the case in petition. Letters should be no longer than 300 words and should be
   then talking somebody out of committing               The Judiciary will probably set a hearing typed, double spaced, or neatly printed.
   suicide. Or pleading with a legislator or          for some time this week. We trust that the
   angry local civic leader to listen just once       Judiciary will act swiftly to remedy the Voice of the Pepb, SUNY, Rm. 058 Union, Stony Brook, NY 11790
   to what students were saying anrd why they         absence of a permanent treasurer.                            -
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The Doctor's Bag
            By ARNOLD WRNER, M.D.
                                                                                                                     Poetry Place
                                                         beaten by using dry mustard and            mii  as much
    QUESTION: I have just had a baby. It is two          as you want each time. The other items on your
weeks old and I am brasteeding her. If I were to          list that do not re        refrigeation include dried
return to taking mealine or amphetamines,                fruits, halvanand certain types of salami. You can
would my milk be harnful to my baby in any               also save on refrigerator       Hpace y using dry milk
way?                                                     and       img a serving at a time; it's also very cheap.
    ANSWER: A variety of drun -do appear in                     P essd ceses (ask your local grocer) also do
mother's milk. Usuly they are not there in a very        not require refrgeration.
  hig concentration. Accurate data is difficult to          Most thini made from milk, cream and eggs,
come by on the subject of amphetamine and                such as mayonnais, csards and cream pies as
  mesaline excretion in milk. But there is little         well as potato salads, etc., must be refrigerated at
reason to doubt that some drug gets through. The         all times. Many people get serious food poisoning
situation is complicated by the fact that "street9       from these products which are easily contaminated
   Hdru5 vary tremendously in content and some           by dangerous bacteria in warm weather.
contain fairly potent poisons, which may enter the                                0 * *
milk in large amounts.                                       QUESTION: I have a problem which is of some
     An important consideration should be the            concern to me. The instruction booklet that came
potential difficulty that could arise for your           with my diaphragm says that each time you have
helpless infant if you were to -be out of                intercourse you must insert another applicator full
commission on a bad trip. In addition,                   of spermicidal cream. I anticipate spending a long
  amphetamines markedly decrease one's appetite,         weekend with my boyfriend soon, and it strikes
and the nursing mother needs a fair amount of            me that there might arise a serious, if not messy,
food above her own requirements to keep the milk         situation if most of the weekend is spent in bed, as
factory running. It is very important- that the          I anticipate. Can you offer any reasonable
mother have an adequate amount of milk, fruit,           suggestions or solutions to this problem? I will not
vegetables and protein in the form of meat,              take birth control pills because they make me
poultry or fish. Nursing mothers are also given           throw up every time I brush my teeth. Nor will I
vitamins.                                                consider any other method of birth control.
     Breast-feeding has been gaining in popularity           ANSWER: In this land of leisure and plenty, I
 again in recent years. It has tremendous practical       should have known that it was only a matter of
 advantages as you always carry the food supply           time before I received a letter like yours. Your
 with you and there is no fussing with bottles, etc.      problem clearly boils down to a matter of timing.
 It is economical and many women find it very             A diaphragm should be inserted within two hours
 gratifying. My own careful observation of babies at      of having intercourse and should be fit in place for
 the breast makes me think that they have a good          at least six hours following intercourse. The
 thing going for them and they know it. La Leche          instruction booklet you have is essentially correct
 League is an association of volunteer                    although intercourse occurring twice in succession
 breast-feeding mothers. Check your local                 shortly after insertion of the diaphragm should not
 telephone directory.                                     cause any difficulty. Judicial behavior suggests an
                          *c   * *                        additional application of spermicidal cream
   QUESTION: I live off campus and have a                 (without removing the diaphragm!) before
limited amount of refrigerator space. Which of the        intercourse occurs again. If you want to try a
following types of thingr would it be safe to keep        fourth time, you have your choice of using more
out of the refrigerator without spoiling (as long as      cream or having your boyfriend use a condom.
months): catsup, peanut butter, barbeque sauce,               Many people make the mistake of not pacing
jelly, pickles. relish, mustard, pickled beets?           themselves properly on a long weekend. Careful
   ANSWER: My, but you have a limited diet.               scheduling of sleep, eating, attendance to other
Many food containers are marked indicating                physiological functions and cautious amounts of
 whether they need to be refrigerated after               sun and exercise usually permit the requisite
opening Pickles, relish and pickled beets probably         six-hour post-intercourse interval to occur so that
should be refrigerated after opening. Some                 a pit stop for diaphrag change and refueling can
mustards should be as well, but this is easily             take place.


 A DoIt  -Yourself Realistic                                                                                             Women 9s Liberation Panel
 Roommate Compatibility Tes t                                                                                            Planned For.This Ev-ening
                                                                                                                            Women and male chauvinists
    By WAYNE C. BLODGETT                               M. SEX                              VW.PEPS                       are cordially invited to attend a           On the following evening,
                                               My current girlfriend/boy-        My roommate would have to               panel disunion on "Women's               Wednesday, September 23, NOW
     Circle one choice for each             friend is . .                        learn to live with my pet..             Lib" Tuesday night. Marian               :will sponsor disussion groups in
     question. Answer all the ques-      a. very lean: doesn't mew up         a. cats.                                   Gammett of the National                  the Student Union- starting at-
     tions.                                 'thesheets.              .        b. gorilla.                                9rganization of Women, Pat               8-:0- p.m. Topics for discussion
                                         b. very noisy: has a tendency to     c. sheep.                                  Lawrence of Women Wage War,              will     include "Women        and
                                            scream when be/she comes.         d. body lice.                              and          IAla Griffe of the           Politics," "Male Chauvinism on
                 L NEATNESS              c. very      seate: won't Ome_                                                  Radical T.oesians will be among           Cmus,"2"Daycare and Women'5
         'I   usually cean my -room         up yoursheets.                               VL DRUGS                        th     spe k        pr     ig   thr       Lib."     and   'The     Working
        when...                      .   d. a rgin.                              My fate    dmup are. .                  views on the- contm             e         WifeThe PHT or Putting Hubby
  a. the floor isn't dean enough to                                           a.    ladnna                                women's movement Vera~ony.              Through Syndrome; Hazard and
     eat off of.                            I would be angry if my room-      b. co   eptile pills                        unety            A     _coordinator
                                                                                                                                                         equal.   -Hagps: Wben ihe         last time
  b. I can't remember the last time         mate and his/ her girifriend-     c. opium spoiois                           opportunityT        will chair the       he said '"Tank you."" A rap
     it     de     d                         Iboyfriend ..                    AYNodoz.                                          am; The program will begin              on in O'Nill College lounge
  c. I can't see the floor anymore.      a. locked me out of my room for      e. B     I bu     lb                       at 8:00 p.m., in Lecture Hall            will follow tDepne discussion.
  d. Weeds start sprouting out of           the night                                                                     100.     niember of the community
     the dirt.                           b. slept togeter              mI                                                are invited to attend.
                                                                             Whain« T      am     wma»*mv not t
                                            there.                            Bos  ly.      sal        m        nt
                                         c. wouldn't let me tch
                                         d. wouldn't let me make it with a. pot it.
     I make the bed..                       themL                         b. feed it.
  a. after I get in it.                                                       e. got cawed.
  b. Wben I get out of it.                   I couldn't hack it if my room-   d. clean up the shit.
  c. when the spirit moves-me.               mate turned out to be. . .
  d. when my mother tells me.            a. in beat.
                                         b. queer.                             HOW TO SCORE THIS
                                         c. a euu                                 Mark down the answe
     I take a shower. . .                d. pegnant                            give the cpleted aus
  a. every day.                          e. a and b above.                     to your e           roomy
  b. only when my roommate in-           f. c and d above.                     your ax          eYe com]
                                         g$ none of the above.                     e u and he/she knom
  c. only when my giiend/boy-                                                  you were being serious, or
     friend inxists.                           IV. READING HABM                were goofing and he/she
  d. only when my girlfriend/boy-            My favorite publications          that you weregoofing, t
     friend comes along to scrub             are. . .                          won't kill each other wil
     my back.                            (pick two)                            firt two weeks. But il
                                         a. Mulamd Speaks                      anwer were seGus an
                                         b. Screw Magazine                     roommate thinks you a
                   SLEEP                 c. Rat                                ding, or visa versa, the
        I usually go to sleep...         d. Stony Brook Review                 both have got big trouble.
   a.   10:00p.m. to 6:00 am.            e. True Confessions
                                                                                                           -I
   b.   6.00 am. to 10:00 p.m.           f. supergiri Comics
   e.   on alternate Tuesdays.




                                                                              I
   d.   whene I come down.
                                                   V. FRESH AIR                   Reese your creati
                                            1he window in my room is              enemies. Join the
        Slepe   g is something I do...      usually...                                _man  Feare S
        a. when I got tired.             a. closed
        b. to avoid rality.              b open.
        c. out of habit.                 c- broken.
        d. for a cbeap thrill.           d. i ing                                                                    w
Page 8                                                                                      STATESMAN                                                                   September 22, 1970



   Im Gonna Say It Now
                      By FRED STERNLICHT

   You can sort of drift across The Lawn here. Everything
                                                                                                                                              By GARY WISHIK
is still green and if it isn't naturally green, it's covered by
                                                                                                                             More and more groups are recognizing that music can
clinging ivy vines. There is the inevitable pneumatic drill
                                                                                                                          deliver a specific message in words and pictures, and have
hammering away in the distance, modernizing as they say
                                                                                                                          turned to music to make people aware. Aware of good
Everything is quiet and peaceful now. But, then again,
                                                                                                                          things and of bad. Through modem rock, minority groups
University of Virginia students don't go to school on a
                                                                                                                          have been able to communicate their plight to millions of
construction site.
                                                                                                                          white middle class kids who have none other than this
                                                                                                                          minimal contact with third world culture.
   Surrounding The Lawn are the exclusive dormitory
housing units-for top scholars only. Around the two                                                                          Now the music of another group is slowly making its
hundred or so plush rooms are the off-campus fraternity                                                                   way to the awareness of the new culture. Groups like the
and (one) sorority houses. Dotting the landscape here and                                                                 Last Poets and Avoir du Poids are emerging from the streets
there is a physics or a library or a health sciences building.                                                            and from the prisons. The inmates of the Tombs in New
"To get around this campus why you almost need a                                                                          York City and the cons in San Quentin, California have
plane."                                                                                                                   found a way to be heard. What they are talking about is

   LHcated in Charlottesville, Virginia, U. Va. is like so
                                                                                        Jimi Hendrix                      how they have spent their lives caught in a system that is
                                                                                                                          crushing, not rehabilitating. The first organized effort to
many other college towns. It seems to be run by the mafia                                  is Dead!                       bring this to the public attention is being made by an
and the rednecks. The mafia provides the drugs and the                                   Hendrix is dead! Mr. Silent
                                                                                                                          ex-felon from San Quentin, Rick Cluchey. From 196r1o
 hrills, and the upstanding community rednecks provide                               Majority hears on the Six            1966 Cluchey, who was at the time serving a life sentence
the busts.                                                                           O)Clock News, Mimi Hendrix,          for kidnapping and robbery, organized a theater group and
                                                                                     one of Rocks' Superstars, died in    put on over 35 plays. "Anything that published," said
                                                                                     London today." So what: Mr.
   The term for a grade of C at U. Va. is a hook. Hence,                             Silent Majority takes another        Cluchy, 6'we'd just rip it off and do it." He was paroled in
Charlottesville first became known as C-ville and then as                            draught of beer, sits back and       1966 due to his theater work.
Hookville. (Somehow I always wanted to visit a town with                             listens to the story of how they
                                                                                     think he took an overdose of
the poetically-symbolic title of Hookville.)                                         'some' drug. He says to himself         Now on the outside, Cluchy has formed Barbed Wire
                                                                                     that the guy was obviously a          Productions, a non-profit company dedicated to good art
   The student body here is large, around 20,000, replete                            junkie, a no good nigger who         and educating the public to the need for penal reform.
                                                                                     was leading our youth down the
 with big-man-on-campus football stars, beautiful southern                           road to degreerdation!                '<We're trying to effect changes in the system," says
belles and, believe it or not. a sizeable "head" community.                             The ne           Iter
                                                                                                            speaks in     Cluchy. "But first, in order to get your attention and not
The mix of students is fairly large, although mostly white,                          somber tones of the idol             Just preach at you, its got to be good art."
                                                                                     Hendrix was to today's youth.
and your favorite stereotype can quickly be fulfilled by a                           On the screen, Hendrix at
quick walk around campus.                                                            Woodstock doing Purple Haze.            The best known Barbed Wire Production is the
                                                                                     Yeah, Mr. Newscaster, tell it like
                                                                                     it is!                               off-Broadway play, "The Cage." Performed by ex-convicts,
    Last semester, students at Hookville threw a curve into                                                               it is a graphic presentation of prison viewed by those
local politics. U. Va. joined a few hundred colleges across                             JiEi Hendrix knew where it        trapped in it. Included in the performance; is a
                                                                                     was at then he said he'd be
the country in the student strike. Jerry Rubin and Bill                              busted at his own funeral. He        confrontation between you the audience and the players
Kuntstler came to speak and painted strike signs and left                            knew how sick this country is.       where questions are answered by the cast. Drama critics all
 fists appeared everywhere. It was a display that nearly                             His music was and will always be     over the country agree that "The Cage" is good Art and is
                                                                                     underground. He dared to be
 brought a sentimental tear to my eye.                                               completely outrageous and still      extremely powerful and direct in its educational purpose.
                                                                                     be one of the most respected
   Today, as schools just begin to get underway, there will                          musicians of the decade. He did
undoubtedly be several opinions as to where the grand old                            it   all-all of the incredibly          Realizing the importance of music as a tool for
                                                                                     sensual gestures and movements,      communication Barbed Wire Productions has formed the
strike should go. 'f ou iknow, it must be made more                                  the outrageous style-playing
relevant, more meaningful, more militant ad infinauseum.                             with his teeth and other less        Barbed Wire Recording label and is preparing to release
The students at U.- Va -ill    gripe about victims of the last                       obvious parts of his body.           music written by ex-cons and prison inmates. The label
bust, moan when their cthsen frat turns them down, and                                   He did it all because he had a   intends to provide good music - and education. By
                                                                                     pipeline somewhere         to the
then move with a huddv or two into an aging split-level                              goods. The things way down
                                                                                                                          providing a focal point for the message as well as
just off-campus where they'll 'pass and be forgotten with                            deep inside our minds,. hidden       recording, publishing and distribution facilities, it is trying
 the rest." I guess that U. Va. and the budding megaversity                          from view, waiting to be tapped      to locate ex-cons in the music business to work in this
                                                                                     by a genius ... like Jimi. He        non-profit organization. First to sign with Barbed Wire
of Stony Brook are really much the same in the final                                 turned us on to his music and
 analysis. No matter why you come it's really just another                           we'll never be the same. We may      Records is Avoir du Poids consisting of Joe Dier, drums
 step on the way to a ranch style home.                                              go back to the same lives we've       and- vocals; Jim Bzura, bass; Eddie Schrager, guitar -and
                                                                                      had, but Jimi gave us precious
    Bitch, bitch, bitch. . . .                                                        endless glimpses of something
                                                                                                                          Tony Page, vocals. They are presently recording an album
                                                                                      else. For that, Jimi, thank you.     of works written by inmates of New York City prisons.


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He's A Good                                                                                                        ..          God Bless Him
 By HAROLD R. RUBENSTEIN
    Joe sweats his ass off all day
working at that goddam steel
mill but damned if you'll catch
him lickin' ass. No sir. Maybe he
                                                                                                                                           od Help- Us!
ain't high society, but Joe's no
ordinary guy. He's an American
and he's a good one, too. He's
taken time to see what this
country has to offer and what                                                                                                                              them again. In two parallel
with bowling, a coupla beers,                                                                                                                              consecutive scenes, Avildsen
some exotic cuisine from the                                                                                                                               painfully destroys Joe and Bill
take-out place every now and                                                                                                                               by having them both play the
then, and a home all his own                                                                                                                               same scene with the same mental
filled with formica and nubby                                                                                                                              processes. They wish to see the
plywood, there can't be much                                                                                                                               girls again, as one would a
more to the Good Life.                                                                                                                                     mistress. One night stands are
     Joe is happy. But he's getting                                                                                                                        cheap and you owe it to the girls
                                                                                                                                                           to see them again. It's the right
pissed. Those freaks are coming
                                                                                                                                                           thing to do. But these are not
around with all that long hair
and pot and taking over. Just                                                                                                                              call girls.
look at the juke box, "They're                                                                                                                                 In their callousness to the
even fuckin' up the music."                                                                                                                                men, the younj guis depict a
                                                                                                                                                           new coldness to sex. Youth has
Everyone wants to pretend
they're young. But not Joe. He                                                                                                                             abstained from violence and will
likes who he is. And he really                                                                                                                             abstain from old love. Joe and
isn't - bad sort of guy. Oh, he                                                                                                                            Bill live in a world of violence,
rants and raves in the bar after                                                                                                                           and in a world where sex is not
he's had a few, but Joe is only                                                                                                                            given as a handshake. They are
doing an impersonation of a                                                                                                                                denied by the girls. They have
 deflating balloon. Maybe he'd                                                                                                                             robbed them of their pride. And
like to get a hold of one of those                                                                                                                         then some boys at the party rob
 hippie queers but so far he's                                                                                                                             them of their money. Wealth
 only grumbled at the TV until                                                                                                                             and lust. The rape of the old
 the missus shuts it off.                                                                                                                                  society is complete. But Joe and
      But the guy sitting next to                                                                                                                          Bill strike back, in the only way
Joe at the bar got a hold of one.                                                                                                                          their experiences ever taught
 In fact, Mr. Bill Compton,                                                                                                                                them. The textbooks were World
 silver-haired,    blazer-buttoned,                                                                                                                        War I, II, Hitler, Korea, the 20's,
 Mr. Chivas Regal sipper of the                                                                                                                            Capone,         Dillinger,      the
 Betterlife, took his daughter's                                                                                                                            Depression, the Atom Bomb,
                   boyfriend and                                                                                                                           and an atmosphere of Hate. Joe
 drug-peddling
                                         Henry Higgins; Pauper meet the                                            striptease acts around. Clothes         learned      his lessons -well.
 rammed him so hard into the
                                        Prince; Mutt meet Jeff. But a bunch of people who have                     masquerade the man, and make            Downstairs in his hate bathed in
 wall that it gave him the biggest
                                        "Joe" is not a fable, a farce or a "lived,"       maybe    18 years,       an image. Bill makes more in one         the warm glow of the nubby
 down of his life. Compton didn't
 mean to kill him, just as he           comic strip. It         is humor lcushioned        in    Acrilan and       year than "Joe" makes in five,           plywood he kept his "beauties,"
                                        brilliantly pinpointing behavior, styrofoam, who get their hands           yet Joe blushes like a baby who          his other love, his guns.
 doesn't mean to blurt out that
                                        not drawn out from figures no       dirty only when they clean             dumps wheatena on his mother's              In the most shattering ending
 he did it. But he does both.                                                                                                                              since "Easy         Rider,"   "Joe"
                                        deeper than dress patterns. typewriter ribbons or eating                   face when Bill shows him the
 There's not much one can do                                                                                                                                becomes a scream of pain from a
                                        "Joe" attempts        to rip the    hamburgers. They've tasted             same       back-stabbing,
 about the first, but Bill makes a                                                                                                                          society that is dying not through
 good try at covering up the            stereotypic pattern of hardhat nothing and now they are telling            brown-nosing antics on his side
                                        and executive to shreds. They       everyone what to eat. Stop             of the tracks.                           any fault of their own but that
 second. Not a bad joke, Joe got
 a kick out of it. Really kept him      are not that far apart. Joe is no   throwing dizzying statistics at a            Director John Avildsen has         of time. The juke box plays
 going, pulling his leg there.          gum-chewing jerk. In          Peter man who figures in simple               no contempt for Joe. What               different music and Joe is
      But when the newscaster on        Boyle's Joe, a man built in the     arithmetic.                             Avildsen crystallizes in the film       destined to be out of step, and
 TV retells the same story and          image of a multiple shadow of          Joe is earnest          in  his      is that breaks in society are not       all the dycing lessons that
 there is no punch line, Joe            his bowling ball, there is a man    admiration for Compton because          formed by class but by time. Joe        Compton can afford will not
 realizes it ain't no joke. Soon        whose reasoning stems from          here is a man who lives not with       and Bill are really of the same          make it easier. In the pleading
 Mr. Bill Compton, sitting in a         years of schooling in the street,   pen and pencil but computer            cloth. Yet Joe is more aware of          eyes of Compton's daughter,
 steel and glass Tower of Babel,        prejudice based on experience,      and yet he is still human enough       himself than the man who hides           played by Susan Sarandon in
 picks up the phone to hear Joe         not theory and desires not          to erupt and act emotionally.          his steel helmet under a twenty          whose face one sees every block
 say hi. But Joe is a good guy. He      formed from greed, bus, out of      The murder was in reaction to a        dollar fedora and wraps up his           of the Village, there is a spirit
  doesn't "come to bury Caesar."        simplicity. Joe lives in the way    wiseass' provocation, of danger        guilt feelings like a martyr.            that is starving like a waif and is
  Blackmail? What for? "You             that is best for Joe.               to his daughter and his family.        Naked, Joe and Bill are one.       .     reaching for someone stronger to
  really did it. " Joe may talk            What       "Joe"       subtlety  He did it to protect her and               Naked, at a party some               hold it. But Joe can only offer
  about it. Lots of guys talk about     accomplishes, is a chance to take   other kids. Bill Compton acted         hippies invite them to, one             violence in his confusion. Man's
  it. But Bill Compton did it!          a stance in Joe's shoes as he       because he felt. Bill Compton          finally sees them as pathetic.          greatest fear is that of the
  Praise. A nervous friendship is       watches the machinations not of     murdered in an act of humanity.        They take two young girls to             unknown, of a time he cannot
  born.                                  modern technology but youthful        Neither Joe nor Bill are cops.       Jed and after a good time that         plan or predict, of a time when
      Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ourran,          eth ic tewei orver him. Norman
                                                  w                         Yet violence is inbred in both of      momentarily        asks them to         he may be useless. Joe can shoot
  please meet Mr. and Mrs. Bill         Wexler's enlightened screenplay     them. To watch Dennis Patrick's        reassess their feelings on youth         them all, but he can't shoot the
  Compton; Eliza Doolittle meet          reveals youth as Joe perceives it, Bill is to see one of the subtlest      they ask the girls if they can see     clock. Poor Joe. Thank God.
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  DeFrancesco Leaves Campus
        Continued from page 3
  to reconsider the decision. It was    unable to contact him.               backgrounds that got underway             DeFrancesco was involved in         governmental agencies   after
  then that Montalbano made his            DeFrancesco, who came to           in the summer 1969 freshman              countless ventures that won him     classes. He also helped two
  pledge to seek the $10,000.           Stony Brook in 1965, has been a       orientation       sessions   and         widespread praise.                  Stony Brook students obtain
     The Student Council was            frequent and outspoken critic of      continued      in     this year's           In 1967 he started the student   positions this summer with
  criticized by many students for       University      policies and of       orientation.                             business trend by conceiving and    *"Nader's Raiders"'        in
  not informing DeFrancesco that        University President John Toll.          His surveys indicated that            helping to build and operate, the   Washington.
  he was not to be retained until       In newspaper interviews, before       35% of last year's freshmen and          Replacement,          the first
  mid-September, too late for him       legislative hearings, and in talks    roughly 50% of this year's new           student-run coffeehouse on the
  to find a new position in the         on the campus he repeatedly           students had smoked marijuana            campus, in Langmuir College.                       SAB Presents
  academic world that finishes          charged that the University           before entering Stony Brook.             Profits from the Replacement,
  nearly all of its hiring by the end
  of August.
                                        disregarded    the concerns of
                                        students in a quest for a
                                                                             .Long a critic of both harsh drug
                                                                              laws and critics of the University
                                                                                                                       which closed last semester, were
                                                                                                                       put into a scholarship fund.
                                                                                                                                                                      Mon .
     Some       sources
  DeFrancesco might spend time
                                said    "reputation" and more emphasis
                                        on research. He often accused
                                                                              who said it was "an opium den,"
                                                                              DeFrancesco hoped that his
                                                                                                                          He served as an adviser to
                                                                                                                       Statesman for one year, and
                                                                                                                                                                     Sept. 28
  traveling. It was indicated that
  he had been offered, before
                                        Toll of being insensitive to
                                        student complaints and of acting
                                                                              studies of upperclassmen and
                                                                              freshmen would bear out his
                                                                                                                       initiated a legal internship
                                                                                                                       program which enabled students
                                                                                                                                                                      Only
  being dismissed by Polity, a          unilaterally      on high-level       belief that most people were             to work in local courts and
  position in the School of Social
  Welfare in the Health Sciences
                                        matters.
                                           Shortly     after Statesman
                                                                             being introduced to drugs before
                                                                              coming to Stony Brook.
                                                                                                                                                                THE BARBWIRE
                                                                                            Praise                 I   The Stony Brook Union Craft                    in the production of
  Center.                               disclosed that DeFrancesco was
                                                                                 Studies of upperclassmen and          Shop will offer 15 instructed
     The job offer reportedly was       to be fired as an administrator,                                               courses beginning September 28
                                        students presented an 1,800           followups      on     last year's
  turned down, and it was not
                                                                              freshmen to determine the effect         through the next six weeks.
                                                                                                                                                                     THE CABE


                                                                                                                                                            I
  known if the post was still           signature petition demanding his
                                                                              of Stony Brook on other aspects          They include:
  available.                            reinstatement. In February 1969
                                        over 1,000 students sat-in in         of student        attitudes were         Ceramics, Wheel Techniques -                  7:30 & 10:00 P.M.
              Outspoken
                                        administrative offices in the         underway at the time of his                 Mon. 6:30-9:30 p.m. $15
     After leaving the campus
  Wednesday night DeFrancesco           library calling on Toll to rehire     dismissal.   DeFrancesco often           Macrame Mon. 7:00-9:00 p.m.                    Women's Gym
                                        the controversial dean.               criticized the University for not           $10 Creative Stitchery Mon.
  went to his home in St. James
                                           Soon after the announcement        meeting social and psychological            6:30-9:30 p.m. $10                         Students - Free
  and has remained "just about
                                        of his t employment with Polity,      needs of the student body.               Paper Mache Casting       Tues.               Univ. Community - $.50
  completely        incommunicado"
                                        DeFrancesco began a study of             In his years as an assistant             2:30-5:30 p.m. $15                         Public-$1.00      _
  since then, according to one
  source. Statesman has been             freshman attitudes          and      dean      and    Polity     aide         Craft Potpourri                                                            I
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              NOW TWO WAYS TO END
           CAMPUS MEAL PROBLEMS FROM
              THE LITTLE MANDARlNS
                               766 North Country Road (25A) Setauket, N.Y.
                                                                                - Preferrredby Chinese students and faculty
                                                                                 - Rated three stars by the New York Times
                                                                                - Enjoyed by all of Long Island




   No. I                              University Luncheon
   * Choice of two daily specials                           per
         (different menu each day)
                                                          person
  *All the boiled rice you can -eat
   * Salad or Chinese pickled vegetables
  a* ea
  *extra charge for appetizers, soups and desserts 12 .oon - 3p.m

   No. 2                                Campus Dselivery            t~~~~~~




             CALL                                                                                 Menu for Campus Delivery
                                                                                     APPETIZERS                                                                                                            APPETIZERS

                   &                                  Shrimp Toast (2) .......................
                                                      Fried or Boiled Dumpliesd (8) ...............
                                                                                                                                               1.10
                                                                                                                                               1.60
                                                                                                                                                          1. Shrimp Egg Rol (each) . . . . .
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                                                                                                                                                         3. Roast Pork Ends . . . . . . . . .                           . .. .    .   .   .       .       .   .   .   .              1.8
                                                      Fried Shrimp Balis (4) ....................                                                        4. Babecud Spare Ribs      .....

            ORDER                                     Swvet &Sour Spare Ribs ..................
                                                                                                                                               1.40
                                                                                                                                               1.80
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   SOUPS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         . . .. .     .   .       .                                  1.96



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                                                                                                                                                          5. Won Ton Scup            .........                                                                            .55        1.1C
                                                                                                                                                         6. Edg Drop Soup            .........                                                                             .50       1.00

           751-6664                                                                     SOUPS
                                                                                    {Servings for two)
                                                                                                                                                         7. Chicken Consume with Vegetable
                                                                                                                                                         8. Yatca Mein  ...........
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           .50       1.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1.25


                                                       Madin Special Soup ....               ......     .............                           1.50
                                                                                                                                                                                                           CHOW MEINS
                                                                                                                                                         9. Chicken Chow Mein . .................                                                                 .       i.2S       2.40
                                                      Hm &Winter Meon Soup               .................                                     1.50     10. Roast Pork Chow Mein          ................                                                                 1.25      2.40

           Deliveries                                 Hot &Sour Soup .......................
                                                      Chicken &Sizzling Rie Soup ................
                                                                                                                                               1.50
                                                                                                                                               2.00
                                                                                                                                                         11. Beef Chow Men ....................
                                                                                                                                                        12. Shrimp Chow Mein      ..................
                                                                                                                                                        13. Subgum Chicken Chow Mein .............
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              1.25
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1.45
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2.4C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2.70
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1.65      3.00
                                                                                                                                                        14. Subgum Shrimp Chow Men ..............                                                                     1.65           31l


             every                                                            MANDARIN SPECIALTIES
                                                                                                                                                        15. Cantones Soft Noodle Chow Men ..........

                                                                                                                                                                                                              FRIED RICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2.95


                                                                                                                                                        16.    Roast Pork Fried Rue              ....       ................                                        125              2.00
                                                                                                                                                        17.    Chicken Fried Rice .              . .    . . . . . . . .           .   .       .   .       .   .   . 1.25             2.0C
                                                       1.                             Little Mandarin Fried Chicken                             2.25    18.    Beet Fried Rice . . .             . .    . . . . . . .             .   .       .   .       .   .   . 1.25             2.00

                  al                                   2.
                                                       3.
                                                                                      Chicken in Brown Sauce ....
                                                                                      Spiced Chicken with Peanuts
                                                                                                                                                3.25    19.
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                                                                                                                                                               Shrimp Fried Rie . .
                                                                                                                                                               Subbum Fried Rice .
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                                                               It          A T                                                                                        1.                                EGG FOO YOUNG
                                                        4.      *      a     0        Crispy Duckling Szechuan Style                            3.25    21.    Roast Pork Egg Foo Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                            2.OX

                 hour                                   5.                            Home Cook Duckling                     .....              3.25
                                                                                                                                                        22.
                                                                                                                                                        23.
                                                                                                                                                               Chicken En Foo Young ...
                                                                                                                                                               Shrimp Egg Foo Young ...
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2.01
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                                                        6.                            Chicken with Sizzling Rice                       . .      3.50    24.    Vegetable Egg Foo Young ...     ...............      ...                                                              1.7!

                                                       .7.                            Pork with Bamboo Shoots                           . .     2.95
   5:30- 8:30 p.m.                                      8.
                                                        9.
                                                                   ±l t ^       E     Twice Cooked Pork
                                                                                      Beef with Snow Pon ......
                                                                                                                        ......                  3.25    25.
                                                                                                                                                        26.
                                                                                                                                                               Roan Pork Lo Mein ..................
                                                                                                                                                                                                                LO MEINS
                                                                                                                                                               Chicken Lo Mein . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1.75
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      1.75                                                           3.01
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                                                                                                                                                3.25           Shrimp Lo Mein . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.75                                                           3.01
                                                       10.
                                                                Lin +'* *»
                                                                    Ni                Shanghai Cube
                                                                                                                                                        27.
                                                                                                                                                        28.    Beef Lo Mein .....................                     1.75
                                                                                                   Steak ......                                  4.25                                                                                                                                3aM

                                                       I1.     2.       s~s              Shedde Spicd Bee                  .....                 3.25                              GROUP A SPECIALTIES
     outside Infirmary,                                12.     3     +f       Beef with Onions ........                                          2.95    29. Lobster Cantonese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                                                           3.9
                                                                  0 N 4c ^-)J                                                                            30. Lobster with Black Bam Sauce ...............                                                                            3.91
                                                       13.          »
                                                               4. #^r^-t*t    Beef with Broccoli .......                                         2.95    31. Shrimp with Lobster Sauce                ...............                         . .                                    3.W
                                                       14.     5.              ft      Su        d Rim Shrimps .....                             3.25    32. Buef ly Shrimps ....................                                             . .                                    3.5&
      Roth,              Tabler                        15.                             River Shrimp with Sizzling Rie                            3.50
                                                                                                                                                         33. Sweet 8 Sour Shrimps ....................
                                                                                                                                                         34. Moo Goo Gai Pon .....................                                             .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      35(
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3&54
                                                       16.                               SpidLobster ..........                                  3.95    35. Boneless Chicken with Vegetabl                       ............                . .                                    &54
                                                                                                                                                         36. Pressed Duck      ........................                                                                              3.21,
                                                       17.                             Diced Lobster Mandarin                      .....         3.95
                                                                              00T                                                                        37. Chicken Almod Ding ..................                                            . .                                    321
           and         Kelly                            18.      It A
                                                                1-ARN Al               Sweet          &
                                                                                                      Sour Fish Fiet               .t...         3.25    38. Beef with Oyster Sauce .................                                         . .
                                                                                                                                                         39. Chow MinYg oung (Minced Beef) ............                                       . .                                    3M
                                                       19.                             Fish with B               Curd .......
                                                                                                                 n                               3.50    40. Cher Shu Ding (Roast Pork, Vegeables &                            Almonds)  .. . .                                      3S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      210
                                                       20.                                                                                               41. Sweet & Sour Pork        .....................
                                                                                       Buddhist Defight .........                                2.95                                                                                                                                3,.1
                 Cafe.                                 21.                             Sauteed Mushroom                 Vegetable
                                                                                                                        &                        2.95
                                                                                                                                                         42. Subgum Wonton ..............
                                                                                                                                                         43. Pork or Beef with Bean Sprouts ...............
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ......
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2.5<
                                                                                                                                                         44. Roast Pork or Beef with Chinese Vegetable .......                                . .                                    2.7!
                                                       22.                             Moo Sue Juo & Bing ........                               3.25    45. Roast Pork or Beef with Pepper & Tomato .........                                                                       2.7!
September 22, 1970                                                        STATESMAN                                                                                             Page 11
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                  No Shells, No Row
                                                                        The spring, 1970 crew season
                                                                     was not an easy one for Coach
                                                                     Paul Dudzick and his Patriot
                                                                    parsmen. After all, winning only
                                                                     one race and losing their only
                                                                                                                                                            with

                                                                                                                                                    I                                      v
                                                                     two racing shells in one season
                                                                     could hardly be labeled a
                                                                     chamagne year. Coupled with
                                                                     this was the sad lack of back-up
                                                                                                                                                         Marc Jacobs
                                                                     equipment. The extra equipment
                                                                     that did exist went up in smoke.
                                                                     (Remember Tabler Barn?)
                                                                        Difficulties arose over the                   hAe 1970 edition of Coach Bob Snider's new and
                                                                     summer when the Athletic                    improved intramural football program makes its debut on
                                                                     Department tried to settle the
                                                                     insurance claim on one of the
                                                                                                                 Wednesday. The ramifications of this are astounding.
                                                                     shells unsuccessfully.            In           Guys will be running around in dirty sweats and
                                                                     addition,          cuts    in    the        sneakers, practicing wherever and whenever possible in
                                                                     Intercollegiate Athletic budget             order to make their team a finely honed unit.
                                                                     have delayed repairs on the
                                                                      other racing shell. The crew               Unfortunately, this approach has never worked, for, as we
                                                                      team was to receive some singles           all know, the best never win the championship; the lucky
                                                                      which would have aided the                 always do (that's my rationalization for having not been
                                                                      team in its quest for a winning
                                                                      record, but due to lack of funds           on a championship team in the past three years).
                                                                      the order was cancelled.                      Academic work falls into the shadow of the football
                                                                         Coach Dudzick announced                 schedule. Classes are cut for practices and games. Classes
                                                                      that because of the lack of
                                                                      usable rowing equipment, fall              might even be dropped if they conflict too heavily with
                                                                      rowing has been cancelled.                 in tamurals. Hours and hours are spent diagramming
                                                                       However, indoor crew practice
                                                                     will be held. Candidates will use            square-ns and outs, post patterns, zone and defenses,
  Dis taff Sports                                                    the two Upiversal gymnasiums
                                                                     acquired B4y the Physical
                                                                                                                 blocking a      ments, etc. A sense of community develops
                                                                                                                 within teams as players share joy, grief and frustration. But
                                                                     Education         Department in
                                                                     conjunction with an exe                     most important is the fact that intramural football is lots
       The IFemi nine                                                    program developed by Coach
                                                                     Dudzick to prepare the oarsmen
                                                                      for spring rowing.
                                                                                                                 of fun; fun not only for the participants~but for all those
                                                                                                                 who come to watch their friends play this silly game of
        Approach                                                         The      workouts will be held
                                                                      Monday through Friday, 3-5
                                                                         .m., in the rowing room,
                                                                         beginning yesterday. If there are
                                                                                                                 run, throw, catch, kick, block, fumble, intercept and tag.
                                                                                                                    In the past there have been many who have had their
                                                                      any       questions, see      Coach        exploits on the field or their undying devotion to their
                      By RANDY DANTO                                  Dudzick in his office, or call             favorite team overlooked. Now, finally, some of these
                                                                      6795.                                      people are to receive their deserved immortalization.
    The Women's Recreation Association is readying itself                                                           Special recognition goes to Dave Markowitz for playing
 for the start of an active season beginning with a tea to be         C flub       Footha 11                     football at 9:30 Thursday morning. (Whether he should be
                                                                                                                 recognized for love of football or insanity is up to you.)
 held this Thursday night. Also starting this week are soccer
 and tennis intramurals along with practice sessions for the                  By STEVE STORCH                    For being the best center as well as the finest musician in
 field hockey team on Wednesday afternoon.                                 The Stony Brook clbe                  intramurals, I salute Ronald Fierstein. Long deserving of
    The executive board of the WRA, whose officers include            September 8 in preparation for             recognition has been Jimmy Belyionis for his talented play
 Gail Ironson, President; Brenda Lawton, Vice President;              its October 4 opener against               on the basketball court. Barry Shapis golden glove at
 Maddy Rexhouse, Secretary and Pat Conlin, Treasurer is                Stamford Only is players                  first base and Big Eddie Rater's hitting, fielding and
 organizing the Thursday night tea along with various                 however, the influx of students             hustle should not be forgotten. As well, the fdngo hitting
 representatives of last year's varsity teams. Among those            as classes get underway should              of Frank Mieuli, the coaching of Kenny Wein and the
 present will be Louise Liew of the softball team, .Brenda
                                                    _      . ......
                                                                       up- hLCoach rn o u t -. Oliven in
                                                                           t e tu
                                                                                      Marco                      cheering of Helen Abrahams, .Rhonda Phillips and Bruce
 Lawton of the gymnastics team, Nancy Bock of the field               heads the team in conjunio                 Berger warrants extra special mention.
 hockey team, Cindy Mark of the cheerleaders, Pat Conlin              with returning associate coach                That's all for this week. Next week the in tamural quiz
                                                                       St u Co h e n fr o m t h e Chemist ry
 of the basketball team and Gail Ironson of the tennis team.                          ,                          will make its reappearance.
                   be there ,
                Thesegirls willto acquaint i   rested females         Department. In addition, the
  These girls will be there to acquaint interested females            staff is boosted by two fine new           m
 with the workings of the teams and introduce old team                coaches; John Batorski and Eric
 members to the newcomers. The tea will be held in room               Amundson                Amundson's
  226 of the Union at 8:00 p.m.. (Refreshments will be                pbsitionsd atCommads               and
 served) For information concerning this, contact Miss                Newfield High Schools. Coach
  Sandra Weeden of the Women's Physical Education
                  department.
                                                                      B
                                                                         atorski's many years of
                                                                    ~~~~~~~~experience includes aIsland's
                                                                                                        head
                                                                                                                              Sun. Oct.4 1970
  department.                                                         coaching -spot at Long
    This week will also mark the first meeting of the
 women's field hockey team. The team, which had an
 extremely successful season last year, will again be coached
                                                                      MacArthur High School.
                                                                           Theeatrly olptimia
                                                                      team has begun to fade due to a
                                                                                                                                         KING
                                                                                                                                  -B.B.and
 by Linda Hutton. All interested people are invited to                lack of participation and support
 attend the first meeting on Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. in the
 women's gym. Contact Miss Hutton in the Physical Ed.
                                                                           p^ e st                  ,°f
                                                                      years squad, only 5 have actually
                                                                                                                                  James Cotton
 department for any questions.
    The women's gym will also be the scene of
                                                                      returned. This places a difficult
                                                                      buryde         ho tha tfill c       thed
                                                                                                                                    Blues Band
 organizational meetings for fall intramurals Wednesday and
 Thursday afternoons. Intramural tennis will have its first
                                                                      empty positions with
                                                                      inexperienced players. Probably
                                                                                                                        8 & 11:30 p.m.                               Gym
 meeting at that site 4:00 p.m. Wednesday. For                        thebpiggesptreason ftoe this ck
 information, contact Miss Weeden or Ann Marie Milos at
 4281. Soccer intramurals will meet at 4 p.m. in the gym on
                                                                      support shown at home games.
                                                                      In a university community of
                                                                                                                     Students free
 Thursday. If you have any questions contact Miss Weeden              clmost 10,°*00 students,          ahome        Up Community $2
 or Cathy Fabiitti at 6422.
    Looking to the near future, representatives are going to
                                                              mob.
                                                                  It's not too late for anyone,
                                                                                                                 I
 be elected from each college to the WRA. The first 'hgare
 meeting of the WRA consisting of the Board of open and anyone

 Wednesday, October 7 at 8:00 p.m.                                          il
                                                                                e

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Page 12                                                                                                                                                           September 22, 1970
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 Booters Enter New Season                                                                                               Ac ?Ad? ?
 Without Experienced Goa ie                                                                                                            Contest
       By BARRY SHAPIRO
   The Patriot soccer team enters
its    1970       campaign Friday                                                                                                        By BARRY SHAPIRO
evening with new depth,
improved scoring punch, and a                                                                                             Every column, no matter how dubious or insignificant,
question mark at the most
crucial position on the field,                                                                                        has a title. It may be a flashy catch-phrase, a cute
goalie.                                                                                                               two-worder, an irrelevant jumber or a run-of-the-mill
   With the return of three                                                                                           sports term. But whatever it may be, at least it exists.
e l i gi b l e      fifth        year
 "super-seniors,"          co-captains                                                                                    Now, more than anything else this column is searching for
Greg Speer, Danny Kaye and                                                                                            an existence of its own. 'Fun and Games' (as stolen trom
Danny Metzger, the booters                                                                                            Larry Merchant by Statesman'soown Mi#e Leiman) just
needed to replace but two
starters from last year's 8-3-1                                                                                       doesn't ring as an innovative or accurate title. 'The Hot
squad. But these two happened                                                                                         Comer' or 'Sports Beat' may have been fine for the 6th
to be goalieextraordinaire Harry                                                                                      grade Journal but they have earned a rest. 'Eat My Words'
Prince, and left full-back Pete
 Klimley -.                                                                                                           has been suggested but sometimes you have to refrain from
          Hilding Fits the Bill                                                                                       telling it like it is.
    The fullback slot has been                                                                                            So we find ourselves back at the beginning, with nothing
capably filled by Ray Hilding, a
transfer student from Nassau                                                                                          to go on and nowhere to go. And for that reason the
Community College, who has                                                                                            Statesman Sports Department today announces the first,
displayed even greater speed and                                                                                      and by default, greatest contest in its history. Suggest a
skills than his predecessor. The            BOOTERS PRACIICE for season opener frday against St. rrands.
vital goalie position has evolved                                                                                     name for this column, in four words or less, and you could
into a four-way battle between              last season's Met Conference         Bruce Beall and noman Foster.        win the following fabulous prizes:
Dave Tuttle (a half-back on last            Division two all stars. John               Two Wins, One Loss                 First Prize: A year's free subscription to the Statesman;
year's team), Richie Walsh (a               Pfeifer is a stalwart at right          In    the    team's    three
transfer student from Suffolk               fullback, while Hilding is set at    scrimmages, which included two       a stereo, long-playing record of Bob Snider laughing; a
C.C.), Mark Wilke (1969 J.V.                the left slot. Reserves are          wins and a loss, Solo Mensah         year's Sunday breakfasts at the campus cafeteria of your
goalie), and newcomer Bernd                 returnees Bill Hakim and Paul        emerged as an exciting player.       choice; a complimentary bottle of high-grade dirt or mud
Stab (a 26 year old Air Force               Yost. Speer mans left half-back      He scored once and assisted
veteran).                                   with returning lettermen Vince       three times in a 5-2 win over        depending on weather conditions) from the ditch of your
    After a week of double                  Savino and Vince Dutkiewicz          Farmingdale          Saturday        choice; and last but not least a personal greeting and
practices and three. scrimmages             and newcomers Richard Pepper         afternoon. Aaron George scored
                                            and Pete Hayman splitting the        twice, Danny Metzer and Vince
                                                                                                                      guided tour of the Statesman office by Editor-in-chief,
Tuttle has taken a definite lead
for the starting job. Walsh has             rest of the playing time.            Savino once each'in that game.       Robert F. Cohen.                                       -
been hampered by a recurring                   The Patriots' most exciting       In the earlier tilts the Pats            Second Prize: A semester's free subscription to the
 ankle injury but has made good             improvement is in their forward      defeated a horrendous St. John's     Statesman; two complimentary bottles of Stony Brook
 showing when healthy. Although             line. Complementing league all       soccer club 11-0, and fell to
 Wilke and Stab trail, neither one          stars Aaron George (who set a        powerful Nassau C.C. 3-2.            earth from the nearest ditch and a peremptory hand-shake
 can yet be counted out of the              one season goal scoring record          Prospects for the season:         and quick tour of the Statesman office by Robert F.
 picture.                                   last year) and Vito Catalano are     Depending on certain ifs, a          Cohen.
          Big 'D' Runs Again                Metzer and the tremendously          chance to better last year's 8-3-1
    No matter who the goalie 's,            talented      Solomon Mensah.        record. Strengths: Fullback line,        Trird Prize: One free copy of the Stateman of your
 Coach John Ramsey envisions a              Mensah, who like George is of        center-halfback,     and inside      choice and a perceptible nod from Robert F. Cohen (tours
 defense at least the equal of              Liberian ancestry, has been          forwards. Weaknesses: Right           at your own risk).
  1969's stellar squad, which               teaming with Aaron at the inside     halfback and the big question
 posted          five     shutouts.         positions to give Stony Brook a      mark in the goal. Returnees:             Fourth Prize: A signed and notarized statement from
 Spearheading the defense are                constant scoring threat. Back-up    Goldschmidt,       Kaye, Speer,       Robert F. Cohen that this lucky winner will never have to
 center-fullback                   Pete      forwards are Paul Shriver, Mike     Pfeifer, George, and Catalano.       come within 100 feet of the Statesman office.
 G o l d s c h m i d t             a n d    Whelan,      and Charles Wiles.      New Faces: Mensah, Hilding,
  center-halfback Kaye, two of               Freshmen on the squad are           Pepper.                                  With incentive like that don't delay. All entries will be
                                                                                                                       accepted at the Stateman office or in person until
                                                                                                                       September 30, 1970. Suitable female contestants are
  Harriers Fare                                               Well                 i          Re lay                   encouraged to deliver their title to KGE-218 between 12
      By ROY DEITCHMAN                      Saturday against       traditional   Barry Blair whose promising           and 1 a.m. for personal consideration. No relatives of
   Twenty quarter miles is                  rivals St. FFrancis and Brooklyn.    practice performance has added        Statesman editors or staffers, or suitemates can enter in-
considered a difficult workout,             Two new i   members of the team      confidence to this year's squad.
but on Saturday the Stony
                                                                                                                       this chance of a lifetime.
Brook cross country team took
on such notables as Barry
Brown, part of the Villanova
track team, and the entire                                                                                                     So         ee r        Schedule
national organization of Road                                                                                         Sept.   25    St. Francis         8 P.M.           Home (Nite)
Runners in a rigorous national                                                                                        Oct.      3   Seton Hall*         1 P.M.           Away
meet where two-man relay teams                                                                                        Oct.      7   Queens College*     3 P.M.           Home
ran alternate 440's for a distance                                                                                    Oct.    13    C. W. Post*         3 P.M.           Home
of ten miles.                                                                                                         Oct.    17    Manhattan*          2 P.M.           Away
    The regional competition was                                                                                      Oct.    21    Southampton         3 P.M.           Home
held at C. W. Post with the                                                                                           Oct.    24    Albany              2 P.M.           Home
Patriots placing fourth and fifth                                                                                     Oct.    31    Harpur              2 P.M.           Away
place teams. Oscar Fricke and                                                                                         Nov.      3   Brooklyn*           1 P.M.           Home
Danny Pichney teamed up to                                                                                            Nov.      7   Pace*               1 P.M.           Home
run a 47 minute 34 second ten                                                                                         Nov.    11    Adelphi             2 P.M.           Away
 miles. Oscar averaged        70.7                                                                                    Nov.     14   Kings Point          1 P.M.          Home
seconds a 440, while Danny had
 a 72.1 second average. Fifth
 place was taken by freshman                                                                                          *Met-Conference Games
 flash John Peterson and Bob
 Rosen in 49:17.0. Dave Huang
 injured    his   toot   so   the   third   OkA    RICKE teamed with Danny Pichney for a 4th place relay
 Patriot team was unable to                 O AR FE
 compete.       However,      Frank         fiih
 Hawyard averaged 75.3 for his
 twenty quarters.
    It will take several days for
 the national      results to be
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 compiled but the Patriots' finish
 at the regional competition was
                                                             Sehedule                                                               Your radio voice
 impressive. This is the first               Sept. 26   Brooklyn and St. Francis, Van Courtland Park at 11A.M.
 chance Coach Hal Rothman had
 to demonstrate the new Patriot
                                             Oct. 3     Lehman and Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, Van
                                                          Courtland Park at 11A.M.
                                                                                                                                       on campus
                                            O ct 7      Queens College, home at 4 P.M.
 strengthsn to the entire track and              .
 cross country community.
                                            O ct
                                                 . 17   Adelphi, Van Courtland Park at II A.M.
     The Patrhos open their season
                                            O ct 2 4
                                                 .      Hofstra, Van Courtland Park at 11A.M.
 at Van Cortlandt Park this
                                            O c t 31
                                               .        N.Y. Maritime, Van Courtland Park at 11A.M.
                                            Nov. 7      C.T.C. Championships, Van Courtland Park

				
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