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Vol. XIX—No. 10                                                                                  Wednesday, November 27, 1968                                                                                          Garden City, N. Y.

Bratton Awaits                                                                                                                                            Chan                                               Future
Activist Backlash
by Carol Rothman
"DON'T CHANGE COMMITTEE TO COMMIT ME"
On November 20, tho Adclphi Chapter of the American
Association of University Professors sponsored a Korum to
Dean 15rat ton called for more                                                                                                        discuss "The Future of Adelphi."
As a representative of the Hoard — • -                        •                                      —
activity by "the student activist
of Trustees, Chairman Wallace S.! stressed the ideal t h a t A. U. de-
element," in a discussion on "stu-                                                                                                        Girlim; stated his opinion that f o r ; f c m l h uman v a l u c s t h r o u g h the
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dents and the I ni versify," held                                                                                                         a constructive f u t u r e , faculty, stu- - understanding of the c u l t u r a l her-
November 20 in the New Coffee                                                                                                             dents and trustees must use w i s - ' jt;, Mo Of valuable aspects of life,
House. Dean Bratton complained                                                                                                            dom. judgment, flexibility and i n - ( Thc supporting u n i t s of our uni-
volvemi'iit to find a curriculum versity are the s t a f f , who con-
that not only was Adelphi Univer-                                                                                                         that may serve society.                         tribute a spirit conducive to learn-
sity in the strong grip of compla-                                                                                                            Acting President of the Univer- ing; the Trustees and the Alum-
cency, -but t h a t his own superiors                                                                                                     sity, Robert G. Olmslcd, said he ni who offer moral s u p p o r t , le*
jud^e his effectiveness on the ba-                                                                                                        believed a more selective system                      (Continued on Pajje T
sis of peace on campus. Frustrated                                                                                                        ef accepting students was neces-
sary. The student must have the

Need Changes
by t h e a t t i t u d e of students who
desire for knowledge, rather t h a n
look on the administrators as bu-                                                                                                         being forced into learning. Con-
reaucrats. Mr. H r a t t o n made it                                                                                                      cerning A. U. itself, i m i t a t i n g a                         by Frank Gregor
quite clear ho wou'd r a t h e r be                                                                                                       large institution would be imprac-                   The f o r u m was called to ex-
whore "the intellectual confronta-                                                                                                        tical, but serving the community plore the implications of the Cox
tion" i.s.                                                                                                                                through the talents developed in Commission report in relation to
various specialized, practical and the f u t u r e of A d e l p h i . Due empha-
Dean Bralton who defined .stu-                                                                                                       vocational courses would be a v a l - sis was also placed upon the re-
dent power as " m e a n i n g f u l in-                                                                                                   iant goal.                                      l a t i o n s h i p among S t u d e n t s , Facul-
volvmicnl of the student in t h e                                                                                                            Thomas 0. Lovely, President of ty, A d m i n i s t r a t i o n and Trustees.
l : niversit\." went on to say t h a t                                                                                                    the A l u m n i Association and speech
in years paM the Ade'phi student                                                                                                                                                               The Panel was compo-cd of: Mr.
professor at Brooklyn C.V.lcgc. Wallace ( I i r i i n ^ - - - C " h i i i n n a n . Hoard
played the role, of "pa<*ive. recipi-                                                                                                      look a u n i q u e point" of view. ask- ' o f Trustees; Mr Kobert Olmsled —
ent" of I h r l : n i v e r < i l y ' s a c a d e m i c !                                                                                  ing. "What does a graduate owe i Acting President of A d e l p h i ; Dr.
and social policies. H o w e v e r . |                                                                                                     his a l m a ma'or." He owes tin Hobert Johnson—Chairman. Facul-
t h o u g h , he fell t h a t "student pow- j                                                                                              school his aid as a .source of re- ty Senate; Mr. Thomas Lovely—
or has been a 'ong t i m e in c o m - ,                                                                                                    sponsible power toward the goals, Pre.<., A. U. Alumni Avsoc.; David
ing," Dean Bratton did a d m i t t h a t                                                                                                   of change, intellectual growth, and I Uaj^ish—Co-Chairwaji, .S.A.
on today's Adelphi campus, thorp                                                                                                               constructive social atmosphere !; Kach member gave a short
is more total involvement thnn                                                                                                             within the fuculty-studcnt-adminls- 1 speech in which he cmphasi/.cd his
ever before. Comparing t h i s rise'*                                                                                                      trative-tru.stee environment.                   particular views on t h e f u t u r e of
•in s t u d e n t power to the s w i n g of                                                                                                    A second voice from A. U. was Adclphi.
a pendulum, Doan B r a t t o n seemed i Frank Gregor, Alexander Theodore, Arthur Tob*ni, and Ray Sal*                                       Dr. Robert Johnson of the Politi-                    Mr. G i r l i n g led oil the speeches
to feel t h a t t h i s swine to s t u d e n t ! omone, members of the Adelphi Veterans A&soeiatlon, raising the                           cal Science Department and Chair- by calling f o r :
power is at it's highest point, a n d ! campus flag In commemoration of Veterans Day.                                                       man of the Faculty Senate. He                        1. Co-operation among Students,
eventually w ill be on the d o w n - .
Faculty, and A d m i n i s t r a t i o n .
f a l l again.
Expressing him.self a'so on s t u - ,                                                                Business of Participation                                                            2. Peace compromise on the .so-
lution of our problems.
dent activism, Dean Bratton felt
that "student activism w i l l k i l l i t - ,
.sirIf because it is supported b y '
Double                              Student involvement in the school of business resulted
in i u n i q u e luncheon last Wednesday. The head of the Following Mr. G i r l i n g was Pres-
3. That we all work together to
b u i l d a great Adelphi.
people w i t h weak convictions and j
surface ralluT t h a n deep ideals.";
He feels the "extremism" of this
Parking                         School. Dean ttrown. hosted about 15 business students in ident Olimtcd. The President
the f a c u l t y lounge to sandwiches and coffee. The dean was j chose to concentrate his comments
by Mik« Do Her            the only non-student present. The students were officers j on l!u> o v e r w h e l m i n g general
group w i l l force a tremendous                                                                                                                                                                                  being so great as to
"backlash" among the rest of the                                                                                                                                                               '
"That," in this case, happens of the student Business Council. Council representatives to overwhelm a l l the i n d i v i d u a l ones.
students, causing them to oppose to be tw new parking lots. One the faculty committees, and officers of business clubs. The In presenting the A l u m n i view,
S.I) S. It is for these reasons that new U)t which is being built meeting- was held to tfet acquainted with m u t u a l problems; A l u m n i President Tom Lovely
Dean Bratton seems to feel that across from Lcvermore Hall should You will be able to accomplish more, dean Brown said, " i f ; .stressed the fact t h a t : "Power of
student activism on this campus be ready sometime in December.
is negligible. An example of what It will hold 104 cars and will be you know the channels I have to work through."                                                                        | any nature also entaiLs propor-
he claims to be their ineffective- only for Adelphi University staff                           The students clustering around | "^                                  "                    j t i o n a t e responsibility and that
without direction it is useless."
ness is the presence of military! and visitors. The staff parking                           two tables over the food, the con-                 because it is sometimes d i f f i c u l t :                       ' next was Dr. Johnsoa
recruiters on campus, who, though \\1II he reduced in other lota giv- vernation started out l i g h t ; the to Jell whether a change was w a n t - ; 0( (|10 p 0 mj C H | Science depart-
heckled briefly last year. have : 'jng the students more space. Ro- posters being put up in thl build-' ed by "thevocal minority" or l h e : m c n t . Dr. Johnson explained his
bcen p e r m i t t e d Lo stay this y e a r j b e r t Miller and Captain Cord, the in/4 and the Enterprise, a School j majority of the students. H r o w n ' i d e a of the I'nivorsily's functions,
with hardly a rise from anyone.' two men in charge, cited increased                                                                                                                                         <l
Dean H r a t t o n defined the student j cMirollment and mass .scheduling                    of fUisincss newspaper t h a t had '.said that he welcomed the student I ^ ™» i m p o r t a n t ol which he
i         . .                       . . . I f e l t was the defense of human
acliusl as one who feels so. ns the cause of the parking prob- boon published a few years ago.; organizations a.s means ol d e t e r - ,| \ t l.l U C ot . UMwl. n ,,ltL -<.,il hi* nnmi™I nn
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.strongly about his idea's and p r i n - , i<- m . Additional student parking ' W i t h the verbal ice broken and | m i n i n g student thought and (level-' (lle c ]j m i n a iion of University re-
I
cij>les. that he is w i l l i n g to make I being b u i l t near Eddy Hall will u,c coit, s|aw finished a few o f ! oping student participation. Slu- niiiivnu-nts, Dr. Johnson .seemed
-_   -   _   t 1-1   •   »    .         I   I               .   _            -   _   .   .   -                                                  '                                                 .   '                                «   t   t   *
large sacrifices in order to see his be f o r cither "overflow" from t h e chairs were moved resulting. dent representatives to School somewhat unsure, h u t did say that
-beliefs instated in the governing ^neral parking or for dorm park-
complained of the! n c U J M Im in1
policies of the t'niversily. Yet so ing. Together with the new staff in a circle. The discussion turned committees f f.romnlulned .ol" (l h e . "*•'m i n a t i o n of "u'".n e r > i t y reqiure-
Wit
» Iru l                   Iowimls
fhe
,.      .         U       eli                            n
fnr, thf Dean seems to feel this lot, this w i l l boost University w i t h t h e Deans statements that problcms of f i n d i n g out when the                                                    n(s
>tudent acti <m hasn't really : pm . kinM hy 184 bringing the total the main operating constraints eommitteivs were meeting. The                                                                   j n representing S.A.. David
'.ound a way to make his p o i n t . spacc to a l i t t l e over two thousand. come about because of "the Bud- I>ean promised to notify each o f ; H a « « i s h explored several myths
willinut incurring this tremendous!
gel," and t h a i the student* should the members in the future. He t h a t he felt were in effect at
.student -backlash.                                                                                                                                                                         Adol hi              Included in these were-
FOR ACID INDIGESTION      ; be concerned about "what perccn- also explained the relationship 0 f j                                    P
The discussion next delved into                                                                                                                                                      •' t h n t every problem hns a so'utlon.
Iho i ."tie of aboMshtng nnlvcr.sily                          Tht placidity of Mr. Marks  i (ago of your tuition KO'JS towards the faculty committees to himself = nrt/ , tsome f !faculty „„„., c o m m u n i .
and              n     iiMlltu       can't
curriculum requirements ( a.s op- Ch*m. 3 Ub wa* upttt Thursday faculty salary." The students ex- and the university. At the end of catc with students.
posed to abolishing various major whan two Garden City policemen pressed n lot of concern with the the conference he polled the stu-                                                             As the speeches concluded,, the
deportment- requirements). Dean cam* In to a*cort out on* of Hit selection of faculty members. One dent.s to soe how they felt about n i r cooled off in the dining room
Aratlon',s immediate reaction was student*. Mlw Abbe KosUni. was student .^ald, "a doctor Jn front future meetings including faculty and the talk turned to discussion.
that he "hopod4o Gott freedom of takan »• M*«oVwbrt*k Hoftptol'a of his namo docsn'Jt make a per- members and whether -ttiere werfc .The loading topic of- discussion
curriculum doesn't .cotoe about." Petton Ctnt*r aft^r twalio^lno son u better teadherY1 Dean Brown any. paflicular topics that they n.1 always turned out* to bo ccn-
he -conceded -ttiat a abovt 5 tnl ol $ulh>Hc A«jd agreed that work experience was wanted discussed. .One student .iored up«n more /student -power. «f ovettwiriing- of :Ad«l- wWU ^iMttitiaj It. Af important' atid Baid> it otic sald-,he dWnt.want-;to be restrict- Tho students prosdnt-soemcdi to T' . curriculum -policy >va»in or- br««|c tht ttctd w*s bf : the (actors he looked for ed oy^aioftaat-tttf.others ..more fltipport th^s view, w.hito..tho i^ac- ; r der. but lie could. not beileye that t» prty^ht tKe f«rmJna> of The doftn. .expressed will- or IMS agreed. Tt was de«ik)ed to ulty present itemed .somewhat "ff.jarfce enough percentage M th« mammiit' anil f ov tho students to -partici- bold* more jneitinfo vari- djyfded on- ithftir- nplnlwu. at .1 this srudcnt body is- willing, to -work lattr In pate in those decisions. H6 used ous membc#s<k the faculty. On timdc' The diwU^ii for .this change/' Dean -Bratton Thr n*xt day sh« i the imminent curriculum the- way- oui i^red Hclcr invited with the -siffegextion that out (Uat mild ^ndi*a*Hau«M I* ch^l of Buaiqo^s 94 Dean< to' the, Bqcr ^Jfit. the ^nnd <tf r the: •pjurticipfttjlQni Btu- .n rage Two THE DELPHIAN Wednesday, November 27, 1963 The New Coffee House Presents x * on Tuesday, Dec 3 at 4:30 pm and 8:00 pm Movie Shorts on Wednesday, Dec 4 at 8:00 pm Students and the University DEAN RICHARD CLEMO on Thursday, Dec 5 at 4:30pm Haiku Reading with students and faculty from English Dept. on Sunday, Dec 8 at 8:00 pm (Little Theatre) The Woman in the Dunes on Monday, Dec 9 at 8:03pm The Woman in the Dunes on Tuesday, Dec 10 at 4:30 and 8:00 pm Movie Shorts on Wednesday, Dec 11 at 8:00 pm Students and the University DR. ERNEST KRAMER on Thursday, Dec 12 at 8:00pm lapis Lazuli — Yeats' Protest Against the New Polities' DR. STEPHEN KLASS THE NEW COFFEE HOUSE OPEN WEEKDAYS LOWER DEPTHS OF EARLE HALL ' - • - i i . ' - • 9:00 am to 10:00 pm » . r i _ . t . , , . • i L Nov.mb.r 2*. THE DELPHI AM Pag*$wffy&&^^                                                                                                                                                                             jps;1:;^:^^:; ;\*:.v> ^^^^::^^i^^rxr^.^i: <r>-:.s.;?;::-v ^nr^:^rtftsf^M?:^::":,r; v :.;vi^f

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T-ast Tuesday night a movie on j twenty-one years f»^o. lie snid.Jiis
by Christine Healy, President
by Dlanne Ashton

IOTA ALPHA PI: " 'Ello luv, 'ow arc ye?" Congratulations to the                                                   the logic of withdrawal from Viet- 1 position was a simple one: as-the
new officers of the pledge class: Barbara Modansky heads it as Presi-           The Newman Club celebrated nam was shown in the Coffee' war is cruel, unjust, immoral, .and
dent, with Allison Pollack as Vice-President, Donna Cosel as Secretary, Thanksgiving Monday with a House in Earlc Hall.
Mona Talbar as Pan Hel Rep., Suzanne Heir as Skit Chairman, and Thanksgiving Mass and a drawing                             The movie consisted of a speech cannot be won, we must pull out.
A.rlcnc Somer as Song Chairman. We're all locking forward to pin- for a chocolate turkey.                               delivered to a group of American His speech outlined the bnsls: of
pledging and the dinner afterwards, to -be held on December 3. Hope                                                     businessmen by historian and for- his conclusion. He .said t h a t over
The next meeting will be Mon- eign correspondent, David Shoen-
to sec a'l the sisters there. Also looking forward to switching pledge."                                                                                                      the years the Vietnamese l
with ZBT this week. That ought to prove to be quite interesting! Best        day, December 2nd, when Rich- brun. The audience in the Coffee
- ' - - --   — ^— j*   f   - m^r   • • x- ^ • * •   ••••** v   x? ** |-» • • \.   IV   f"*-*TV*   W   "* V*   *i **• » - v*                                                    position has not changed—he!"
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wishes to the sisters and pledges, and the rest of the student body for j    ardson of btt Plu
., .              I I cp h c m m
* . ' ' '.              House was a representative cross-!
stili fi hlin
a Happy Thanksgiving!                                                      | ary will be speaking. It is open section of Adolphi'students. Worn-, *                                     « « for his country^: in-
l to everybody so come down and cn, who could easily Ignore s u c h ' dependence. It is our position fliat
ALPHA EPSILON PHI: AKPhi surprised everyone last Thursday , , som'c in , crcsting i(icas . Falhcr movies, were also present.                                         j has changed. We have gone ftfom
night — no one ever suspected we had such athletic prowess! Thanks Richardson will really give them                        Mr. Shocnbrun considers him-; a country concerned with the
to super-stars ProceHa, Maron, Krnmhol/ and Jngoda, just to mention to you. Also - anyone Interested «c!f neither a dove nor a hawk, j                                                                    ,
a few, for sparking our volleyball teum on to two consecutive vic- in making stuffed animals for the butl a man.. I 1 U IIU."> beenI a D V U * i m a i n t a l n a n c c of thc p[ nciplc of
l/U    tl   11IU1J  He has U C V J « stu
tories over Delta Delta Delta.                                               Children's Home is to please no- dent of the Vietnamese struggle self-determination by all people to
DELTA PHI EPSILON: The pledge slumber party held at Lauren tify me by Monday through the for independence since the days a country whose every actlott is
Bobbins home was a great success. It was further highlighted -by the Religious Office.                                  when Ho Chi Minn was our ally control'ed by a fear of commun-
surprise visit of the sisters. Our prank on the pledges was great                                                                                                              ism. We ignored the fast that MinJi
and we're sure they got the message — right pledges? The pledges                                                                                                              offered a translated version-, of
our own constitution to his peo-
chefs Sandi Newman and Kllcn Michaels). The food was great and
so was the atmosphere. The sisters would like to thank the pledges
for their display of unity in the snack bar. Their prank was really
Medford. Mass.—(I.P.) — Tufts ings.
Publishing Professors
ple as the basis for their govprn-
irp-nt, and saw only that he con-
sidered himself a communist. ••
creative! Congratulations to Carin Licb on making Jud Board and to                                                                                                               Mr. Schoenbrun said that when
"If one were to study carefully Joe McCarthy reached his lerro'm-
Sandi Newman on bein-g Pledge of the Week. We are looking forward University .students have over-
to the sister-pledge breakfast at the Pancake House this Sunday.              turned the "publish or perish" the accounts in newspapers, maga- ing power we allowed John Foster
zines and Sunday supplements in
SIGMA KAPPA: The new officers of our pledge class arc: Presi- theory by picking as the teachers thc past five to seven years, one Dulles to promise the French wo
dent, Pam Hothamel; Vice President. Jane Hube; Secretary, Janice those faculty members who lead j wou ld get the impression that stu would help them by bombing this
Crane; Treasurer, Eloise Ktzkorn; Social, Linda Hill; Activities, AdrU their colleagues in publishing and dents regarding those faculty w h o - small country.and our fear grew;                  Red China came:in-
to existence
enne Dedreux; Gerontology, Nina Olivcri; Standards, Nancy Michalcc;                                                     were interested in government | fcar of a country wc don - f evon
research.
Scholarship, Elaine Samuels; Historian, Roseann Amaranto; Pan Hel                                                       •nifiivlc?
ications, and honors recognize.
tMiK J/^il J/-»nc of i.I hrtn/\»*o                                                           1

Rep's, Maureen Miltn-berg, Carolyn HaLstrlck; Christmas Party Chair-             At the same time, the nearly awards,
in professional societies as poor                         Finally an agreement was
man, Jackie Panzarella; Publicity, Lizabcth Gundlach. The sisters 1,500 students who were asked instructors.                                                                  reached at thc Geneva Convention,
sponsored a Formal Dance in honor of the pledges last Saturday to evaluate courses and teachers                            "However, the Tufts data col- Wo                                    broke the contract. We
night. All of us enjoyed ourselves immensely. It was a great success. rated lowest in teaching capacity Iccted on over 1,000 students ( b y "
opposed any suggestion of having
On December 0. the pledges have challenged the sisters in games of those faculty mcmbcr.s who neith- students themselves) indicate that free elections in Vietnam because
volleyball, soRball, jump-rope, races, and a l-ug-o'-war. We are look-
ing forward to this event with great anticipation.                            er published nor held research the reverse is true and that stu-1 we kncw lhat Ho Cni >Iinh would
dent evaluation shows that thc fac-l win 80% of the votc Wc havc pufc
DELTA GAMMA: The sisters would like to thank Alpha Epsilon              grants.                                   ulty aro regarded as better in- one lcadcr a f t e r a n o t h e r j nto of-
Phi for the great skit they performed for us at our joint "dessert" |           The statistical data from which structors.                                                    fice, until today we have Marshal:
last Wednesday. Thc evening was a very enjoyable one and it was a ; the.se conclusions aio drawn                           "In thc past we havc also seen Ky—an admirer of Hitler.
pleasure to have you Alpha Epsilon Phi. We are proud to say that I provided by Dr. Jack B. Brcslcr, anecdotal or casual information to                                            Mr. Schoenbrun, who has visited
our pledges are doing a fine job. The Thanksgiving skit performed assistant provost. He reveals U)atf                    the
effect that some students felt Vietnam many times, emphasised
•by the pledges for the sisters was really a great production.                                                          freshman courses were poorly thc determination of the Vietna-
he used three unrelated bodies of
PHI SIGMA SICMA: The unbeatable spirit of Phi Sigma Sigma                                                         taught and that large classes were mcse people. He feels that they
Sorority was exhibited at our Founder's Day Luncheon at the Hotel I ( I a t a in ^aching his conclusion. less desirable than small classes, will fight down to the last per-
Edison. Epsilon Chapter at Adelphi joined in the celebration witn The first was the student evalua- Herc again, the Tufts data, based I son. The only way we can win i»
our "Sister Chapters" from L.I.U., Hunter College, Queens College, tion of 130 faculty members in 155 upon an evaluation of approxi- to kill them all—genocide. He be-
and Brooklyn College. Our pledges contributed greatly to the success courses.                                           matcly 155 courses, indicate that licves the only way to an honor-
of the luncheon with their sincere warmth and enthusiasm. Next on               The second was the Tufts yearly the students felt the introductory able peace is through a total and
our calendar is a thrilling weekend in the mountains at Sherry Tur            publication, Faculty Annual, which courses were very well taught and unconditional halt to all bombing.
kei's. Congratulations to Brenda Steady for collecting contributions for i l i s t s lhc number of published ar- that, surprisingly enough, Inrge • Anything other than this will be
ZBT's Heart Fund, and Ann Sehoenfeld on her instillation as a pledge. ! tides and books produced by each classes received higher evaluation! viewed merely as an "ultimatum'*
faculty member. The third was the than small classes.                                           and not as an indication of u gen-
DELTA ZETA: Our candy apple sale was a huge success and we'd i1
file of records of government                 "It is unfortunate some m e m - : u i n e desire for peace,
like to thank all those who contributed to it. Proceeds will go to thc
! awards made to Tufts faculty bens of the U.S. Congress havc! Mr. Shoenbrun believes himself
Long Island Speech and Hearing Association. Thanks again to Mary- j members.
anno Seaman for another interesting Standards Program Best wishes                                                       been misled by impressionistic and ! to be a responsible, patriotic citi-
"The students rated as their casual data and feel lhat an in- zen. He fo'lows a motto that can
to all for the Thanksgiving Holiday.                                       1
best instructors those faculty dividual must be either a good only be applied in a country where?
FRATERNITIES                                                                  members who had published arti- teacher or a good researcher.                                   people have a voice in their gov-

.                                                                                 cles and who had received or were             "All too frequently, when a fac- ernment. It is a firm belief in "our
KAPPA PI ALPHA: The brothers and rushes have returned from receiving government support for ulty member is good in research .country right or wrong. If right let
their illustrious romp in N.Y.C. Thanks go to Pledge Master Bob Me- research," ho concludes.
Clave for his knowledge of Karate and Akido which once again has : J)r Brcsler emphasi/es that the
and teaching, he is also good in us make it right. That's what free
:
(Continued on Page Six)                       man can do."
kept us all alive. Morris Selinger has just inherited Ihe famed line | S t u f j 0 n t s were not aware of the
of Slinger's Furniture stores (from his uncle), but he can't leave his i publishing or research activities'
room because his car won't start. Happy Thanksgiving.                         of 'heir instructors when they rat-
TAU KAPPA EPSILON: Powerhouse De'ta Gamma kepi its siring ; (1(j Hi em> They were concerned i                                                                                                                  Bratton...
alive by beating a worn-out TKK football team for the 33rd consecu- j mcre i y w ju, the quality of their!                   (Continued from Page One)                    . admitted the dire need for chang-
tivc year. The TKE's lost valuable yardage on persistent illegal use ! teaching as reflected in thc in- you can't treat them all the same," j Ing thc currently existing archaic
of the hands nnd arms penalties. Once recovered, wo took on our | dividual courses the students cval-j (this is in reference to the 17 •'curriculum rules, he was ad amen*
strong alumni team on Sunday. Thc a l u m n i had a good turnout, mi.-5.s-, uUHU.U.
*                        J                                              aiPd                                                 .. . .                          .
y ear 0](j f rcs hman as opposed .to I .in .his . . .                                   .. ^
. insistence ., . . could not.
that he
ing on'y Dave Bernstein who is in tho Coast Guard. At last report, he            *The students were asked to the 21 year old senior). Students I in good faith, completely abrogate
was working the lighthouse on tho Gobi Desert. Last Saturday n i g h t j evaluate the faculty member as
we had our Twin Party. Wo would like to t h a n k ail those who sup- J ranking in the first, second, third | ( a k i n « P u r t in tllc discussion. his responsibility to each incom-
ported H. Best costume award went to Richie Jcllinc who cnmc dressed ( Ol. f o u r t n q u n r u] c Of teaching ex- brought out a number of alferna- \ ing class of freshmen. II was then
as a thermometer.                                                            cellence In comparison with other tive .suggestions concerning this suggested that a "recommended* 1
Tufts faculty members and not! issue. The general consensus was curriculum be available to thtfse
present system pcrpetu-j
DIRECT MAIL ON oretical evaluation external or the- that the lack of individual learn- • Incoming students who felt this
according to some
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tigt Four                                                                                                        THE          DELPHIAN                                                                    Wednesday, Novamber 27, 1968

Letters to the Editor
"When will you arise from your «leep?"                                                                                                       show. What does Mr. Bnhan have                 issues of the Delphian Incidents
—proverbs ^                             WALI Unplugged                                   against this? I, for one, would
have 'enjoyed hearing the. album,
such as mine can be brought to
the attention of the readers. I
MEMBER                                                                                            f'HLbft
am >ure that with the Winter
To the Editor:                                   and I know of others who feel
Vol. XIX—No. 10                                  Wednesday, November 27, 1968                                    In respect to Monday night's                 the same way. Let's have a l i l t l c         months approaching there is great
folk show on WALI which wns                      more freedom on I he radio;                    need for all to be alerted and
a b r u p ' l y cancelled, I feel that           we're f i g h t i n g for it elsewhere on      stop this costly experience.
Mr. Hahnn was acting u n j u s t l y in          campus.                                           As s'atcd by you "When w i l l
Editor-in-Chief
not p e r m i t t i n g the disc jockeys                     Respectfully.                      you arise from your sleep'*"
ROY DeFRANCIS                                        MARIA ZANNIERI                              to play the new Hcatle a l b u m .                           Pamela C h u r c h i l l                    Robbie Barbee,
Managing Editor                                          Associate Editor                        By no[ allowing new recordings                                                                              Alumnae Hall
to l)c played, he is h u r l i n g tho
LOUISE BLUMENTHAL
Arts Eil tor
RAY SALOMONE
JF.RRY HF.ALY
Sport* Editor

ROSS J. TURIN
PETER IDE
Konluro Editor
DR. PHILIP G R E E N E
radio station hy his too .strict
control on t h e disc jockeys. The
fractured fender
BRUCE JALA                         SUSAN DRUT/.                     DR. STEPHEN 1. KLASS               listening audience would bo (!<:•                To the Editor-
creased and the station's popu-                      On Tuesday. November 12.                   To the Editor:
Photo Editor: AARON                KLEIN
l a r i t y would reach /ero level.                                                                 One Saturday night my girl
Photographers: Raymond A n d r f s k l , Richard Z n l f f . Herb Zinn, Kttrl Roscnthal,                                                                      1968, between the hours of 9:00
Btrii I't-ncck, Stu Llffht, and Roa* J. Turin.
Throe ehrers Tor Mifco Green-                                                                   friend and I attended t h a t re-
berg and Joel Simons. They were                  a.m. a:ici 12 noon, my car was
Published every Wednesday during tho ucodcmlc ycnr by the stitdcnt« of                                                                                                                                  spectable social event appropri-
AfMpM University. Garden Clly. N.Y. 11530. Publishing nnd business of Fees:                                  merely I r v i n g to benefit ( h c s i l -      parked in the area d e s i g n a t e d for
Publications Office basement James A. Linen, Hall. Telephone: I'l 7-2X00,                                    nation. Rules ar;1 necessary, but                staff and faculty behind A l u m n a e         ately called the "Poverty Hall."
exi. iil or 248-JG56. Advortlnlnf: rotcft on request. Subscription rate: $3.00 por academic year. change is also in order. It's t i m e F l a i l . I was eorrec'ly parked w i t h - the host of t h i s party being the All editorials reflect the omnion of the editorial board of lhal WAI,I progresses ns o'her Omicron Pi fraternity. I think it in t h e yellow m a r k i n g s w i t h <"nr the DELPHIAN areas of Adelplii arr doing. would be a d v a n t a g e o u s to share pie room on b o t h sides and I Hespeclfiiity. have several witnesses !o v e r i f y a description of t h i s p a r l y w i t h Sue G o u l d those readers who, u n f o r t u n a t e l y ' t h i s f a c t , but w h e n I went out The Right to 'Pass-Fail' for lunch someone had ripped !he chrome and scratched the could not a t t e n d this Im'Mv-cui- tured g a t h e r i n g of q u a l i f i e d i n - The pasvUiil system (;is is) ;i! Ado 1 phi University is ;i tol;il surface char across the front dividuals. (tragic) larc'C. However, wh;i( i.s oven more u n f o r t u n a t e is t h a t the door, digging well i n t o the coal- I seriously believed t h a t the Dear Full lor: ing — one horrible mes.s. gold earring a brother was wear- system has the p o t e n t i a l lo belter the i n d i v i d u a l s t u d e n t , and the H has come lo my a t t e n t i o n f k n o w "please," " t h a n k you" ing \ \ o u l d be just about the wild- general r e p u t a t i o n of the U n i v e r s i t y as well. t h a t two of (he disc jockeys for and courtesy are old fashioned est think there. Never was I The A d e l p h i r e p u t a t i o n eou'cl indeed stand i m p r o v e m e n t . The slat ion WALI. namely M i c h a e l these d-»ys b u t I am sure t h a t t h e more mistaken. The action got University has stayed in one place for too Ion;:. As other colleges Greonbcrg and Joel Simons, have- least the culprit who did this under way at about 9 p.m. in and universities e n t h u s i a s t i c a l l y move towards the f u t u r e t h r o u g h damage could have done was left an atmosphere of cordial and jo- been u n j u s t l y t r e a t e d by the evil a note or ioi'ed down my .sticker \ i a l relations, baked by the semi, implementation of t r i a l projects, progressive educational me*hods, forces of l o i a l i l a r i a n rule em- n u m b e r and l a t e r ea)L'd me. psychedelic mood sel by the Adelphi s l o u l y and t a i l loo) c a u t i o u s l y continues to step (toe t i r s l ) bodied in M a r k B;ihan, the s t a - We are ail prone to accidents band. Spiked punch served from into the great u n k n o w n t i m e lo come. A l t e r others have f u l l y tested. tion manager. In r e f u s i n g to let and such t h i n g s do h a p p e n but a plastic garbage pail in small Adelphi first decides lo try those projects already proven success- (hem play the new Healle album not (he dam-'tre which my car re- paper cups was everywhere in- ful. Such a m b i t i o n . Such courage. Such great foresight 1 ceived w h i l e properlv parked. c l u d i n g the floor and chairs. on t h e i r show he was ^ ' i f l i n g One t h i n g I am well aware of The garments of m a n y in attend- With special thanks to Bill (John, S.A. has approved an import- new material and hindering (In- is t h a t t h e campus police are ance were saturated with this ant, progressive proposal to be presented to the Academic S t a n d a r d s growth of a larger listening au- quick to give out tickets for any beverage. Committee. The motion calls for an expansion of the present pass- dience Isn't s t a t i o n WALT open- small infraction. Soon any formality changed to fail system and states t h a t "all u n d e r g r a d u a t e students . . be per- m i n d e d a b o u t new ideas, or is As Robert Kennedy said in one i n f o r m a l i t y and, consequently, to mitted to elect any number of courses on a pass-fail basis. This is of his last speeches, "My fate outright rudeness of unbeliev- it conlnu w i t h t h e s i a l u s q u o u p is in your h a n d s ami j ; m a l ' e r s able m a & n i t u d c . Some screamed. meant to i n c l u d e d e p a r t m e n t a l and general u n i v e r s i t y r e q t i i r m e n K " lo the point where il wishes lo not w h a t happens lo me but on!v some shouted, some yelled, some The r a t i o n a l e * behind t h e proposal is -based upon t h e (widely ac- r e m a i n sagiuiniV M i k e and Joel the cause which I have project- swore, some pushed, some shov- claimed if not universal) premise t h a i students "feel the need (') arc only doing their job by pro- ed." ed. «- Mnc dotised others w i t h reach for the grade IXSTKAD ol the e d u c a t i o n a l experience." W i t h s e u i i n g a u n i q u e , inieres:ing Perhaps in one of t h e f u t u r e (Continued on Page Five) the institution of the new system, students gain a real chance — to achieve and enjoy at the same t i m e . Students who. in the past. would have shied away Iro:n a d i f f i c u l t , though interesting cour.se. because of pressures duo to grades and {you .should pardon t h e ex- prcssicn) q u a l i t y point averages, now may be able to learn, tree from those pressures once i n h i b i t i n g his choices. In the "Juste Milieu" by Marie-Louise Posselier I feel t h a t the s t u d e n t is an i m p o r t a n t part of What happens to s t u d e n t s w h o plan to e n t e r graduate school'.' Dept. of French And w h a t a b o u t c r i t e r i o n for acceptance i n t o the various honoraries'* the University and has to play a role in it: I was you may ask. Th answers are clear and simple. Under the new sys- I am a f r a i d t h a i , in .some respect, I h a v e proud of s t u d e n t s w h e n they became involved in tem, no one is required lo lake ungraded courses, but K V K U Y O N K has the choice to make for himse-1. If a student is interested in gradate school, and grades are required, so be il. He can bo graded I'esprit de 1'escalier" (here is n chance for all stu- dcnls h a v i n g suffered t h r o u g h two years of required French to fina'ly use their knowledge!); therefore, the problems besofing us today. I w a n t to hear the voice of the student regarding the c u r r i c u l u m , etc . just as I want to hear the voice of my co'leagues; , As far as honoraries are concerned — a new method of j u d g i n g * would like to present some of my thoughts on a proper q u a l i f i c a t i o n s w i l l be necessary. Perhaps more indepth, in- few of the statements made during the discussion but I resent -being dictated lo. In my short career d i v i d u a l e v a l u a t i o n s of each s t u d e n t (as made by his professors and which followed t h e Forum sponsored by the AAUP I have learned a lot from students but I have associates) can serve as a method of admission into such groups as tast Wednesday. learned more from some great teachers I have had; Lantern, Flambeau. Hound Table, Delia Omicron, etc. 1 would like to k n o w why the University is hut, perhaps, I was one of the f o r t u n a t e few to The proposed system is bui one step (and a fine one. indeed) in willing to pay a salary to teachers when students have such individuals to guide me. I may be the choreography of the progressive march towards a freer, more »»usi pay t u i t i o n : a f t e r all, if I am not more "square" but I feel thai experience is very valuable beneficial, f u t u r i s t i c university. knowledgeable in my field than sluden's. instead and teachers do have more experience (as student* of being paid for services which obviously I am in at least) t h a n the u n d e r g r a d u a t e student. no position to give, I should be asked to pay n fee If teachers are useless, requirements useless, Give Me Land, Lots of Land! for learning along w i t h my students. Just t h i n k w h a t it would do to Adelphi finances! I am grades useless, exams useless, course structures use- less. is education useless and is a university use- Fred ;IIertzber«; (his optimism untainted by ration- surprised that students have stood this long for less? Anv group of interested persons can form n ality) has j u s t announced that we are about to "end the sUeh inequality, especially since I am being puid by "free university" and teach themselves. Why reach -parking situation" by creating 184 new spaces. What he them (as one of them reminded us quite t a c t f u l l y ' ) , for a diploma which must not be wo»*lh very neglected to mention is t h a t W<* of these spots w i l l be al- Therefore, Ade'phians. do your thin* and be as- much if it is the result of so many useless struc- lotted to faculty members. True they have promised to slirc< | i n a l j w i l l nml y c u r word sincc i understand tures; or is it t h a t the diploma is needed to enter give up a lew scattered spaces (behind Po.st Hall) but. for t h o t t h o Ncw York Cily W f i if f t r c ro ll.s arc very long, the system? Then if one Is willing to suffer such the most part these have already been claimed by despcr- j volunteer to be a member on the board of hardships for four years in order to enter the sys- ate students, anyway. This leaves less than half of the laymen who wi'l ndvise Professor Johnson's doc- tem, is the svptem entirely bad? room for commuters, residents, clients at the speech cen- |ors whenever he has an operation. But, please. Pro- „ Some of the ideas presented, such as the abolish- tor, parents with children in the Waldorf school and any f cssor Johnson, stay away from mv doctor: I want ment of requirements" are excellent, b"t they can- other occasional campus visitors. Under the present cir- doctors nnd surgeons to decide what is to be clone not work: they nre designed for the idea' student cumstances we are hardly in a position to set aside places t() mc an<\ how It is to be done, with all due re- who does not exist nnv more than the Ideal teacher for anyone, no matter how worthy. It would make more S pect i(> your wisdom, of course, or the Ideal administrator, simply because to be sense to permit everyone to -park on a first come, first i heard that one of the monsters of education ideal is not human. So let us come back to reality Served basis. It certainly would be seen as a Resture of \.. to be removed: all requirements. One of the con- and let -us work together (students, faculty and ad- 9 . .. . _ . .. . _ . . faith by the weary battle scarred Adelphians w-ho have vlnclng arguments for such action is that one does ministration) to Improve Adelphi. Let us stop as- been left to search the overloaded lots for those mythical not learn because one is forced to do so. I wonder sumlng each other's duties -but let us develop parking spots, and who have increasingly besrun to wonder how many six-year olds would not rather -be play- trust amonj? each other so that a vole is not a as they wander. ing baseball thnn learning the three R's. How cruel weapon, a threat: as a matter of fact, if such trust Wmft^i$3a£^^                                                                                                 to force them to 'earn when they could be enioy- existed; would a vote 'be "necessary? Suggestions
r* , . .      . i                       .                                                                  in-g their ignorance. Of course, I am Just being have to be raadn, examined, nnd acted
Dr. Living nRebuke . . .                                                                                    facetious since our students nre older and more ex- upon fni'hfu'ly, -but the main job of the student
"Brooklyn Heights it a national monument. Like Sodom.                                                     perienced than slx-yenr olds!!! I ronlizc also thnt Is to study, the main job of the tencher is to teach
Harvard has no requirements, nnd if It is KOO<! nnd the main job of the administrator Is to ndmln-
"If you believe in God, you can believe In artythincj."                                                   enough for Harvard, ,it cqrtnfnly is pood, e^ouglj JijlrAtG'. •Siu.dejUs,, |kco» l^ljig tD( :cho,nK$jus.vthe . ' ( ' . | " " ' • ' • * ' wf:&"W&i^^^ Adelpni! establishment, etc., but do It-in I• *. , November 27, THt OEIPWA'N letters... (Continued from Page Four) more gentle intellectual types, thereby carrying on the time- honored traditions of bullies and know-nothings everywhere. Last year Mr. Morcllo. who at the by Midtllnt Grumtt than on Just the date of the historic event. And e punch some doused themselves time was running for some stu- The America goino is almost 200 years old and yet Virginia, we must not be too hard on the with punch, some ripped off dent government office, put up those playing Jiavc once again landed on the square weavers of the great dream, for they "know, not other's shirts, some ripped off a .sign in Post which read "Bring marked "time out." By the old rules, one discov- what they do." It is much more comfortable, to their own shirts, some sat on Our Boys Home From Viet Nam ers that If one reaches this red, white and blue dream than to recognize the real essence of Thanks* the floor in puddles of alcohol, So They Can Vote For Lou Mor- tilo, all players take 24 hours out to give thanks— giving—to remember our men (some mother's son, and a few danced. ello." That shows where HIS to celebrate that which one of the originators of some girl's lover, some woman's husband, soma Although it had gone too far, head Is at — and for my money the game, Governor Bradford, christined "harvest child's father) overseas "protecting" the American I couldn't consider wasting$4                 it's somewhat more offensive and               feast of thankgiving." But the America game has         dream—by killing someone else's, to sec America's
for this hour and 10 minutes of                obscene than anything written                  many new players—many of whom have new, fresh           foundation.; growing withered and worn with age
insanity and decided to stay                  on the Freedom Wall. Mean-                     ideas and want to change the rules of play. (Few        and to watch as her fixers, her bright, energetic
awhile and chalk it up to a bad                while, speaking of "vile and ado-              of the older players take the time to remember—         carpenters and engineers, full of new ideals . . .
investment. I have never changed              lescent'1 type stuff: though they              if they know at all—the reasons behind the orig-        are stopped in their paths. And still there is
my mind so quickly,                            of course don't publicly acknowl.              inal rules, anyhow.) However, today we arc still        Thanksgiving. There is recognition for fallen hero*
I soon saw one perverted in-                edge it, it has been widely ru-                playing by the old rules, and if that be the case,      as the turkey dinner is served (remember especially
dividual walking around in shorts              mored on campus that each year                 let it be known, as George Washington expressed,        that terrible Thanksgiving, 1963)—and little recog-
with o large hole in the right                 Omicron measures a portion of                  the spirit of Thanksgiving "is to be devoted by the     nition that the still falling heroine may be A*ner»
place with a flap over the hole               their pledges' anatomies and                   people of these states to the service of that great     ica herself.
which he intermittently raised                 mokes them walk around wear-                   Qtid glorious Being, who is the Beneficicnt Author          Virginia, you mentioned you are about to d(V
up and down, smiling at him-                   ing signs reading "Idiot No. 1,"               of all the good tiutt was, is and will be.; that \ce
may tJien all unite tn rendering unto hijn our sin-     cidc what kind of player you are going to be in
self each time.                                "Idiot No 7" and so on in de-                                                                          the America game. To be successful most easily,
And when ten brothers j u m p               scending order of size, with the               cere and humble ttianks for his kind care and pro-
another in the middle of the                   smallest receiving the dubious                 tection' of tJie people of this country, and for all    one is advised to follow the rules that exist. As
floor and strip him to the nude                honor of "Little 500." With this               the great and,various favors ivhich he has been         you look about you at the players gathered at the
sort of class, no wonder they                  pleased to confer upon us.''                            Thanksgiving table, notice carefully that in order to
— yes, I mean bare — I believe
other better forms of entertain-               can consider themselves the fi-                                                                        satisfy (pacify?) themselves, a great many perform
ment arc available to myself and               nal arbiters of campus taste.                       "Ludicrous! Absolutely ludicrous!" the newer the ritual of "rationalization." It is at this point in
my girl rather than watch a                              Genius No. 1                          players respond. Taking into account the present the game that those who begin to ponder the vari-
group of voyeurists delight                                                                    day American scene, how can one riot react differ- ous inadequacies of the game are told sternly, "Yes,
ently?                                                 but in what other game in the world can this tako
themselves with discovering each
other's bodies. Does O.P. stand
for Omicron Pi, obviously pa-
Up With Down                                        Thanksgiving. Yes, Virginia, there is a Thanks-    place?" Virginia, you will notice that the newer
giving day. Stores are closed. Fifth Avenue bursts players grow contrite at such a prospect. They
thetic, or outright perversion?                To the Editor:                                                                                         scream out against the acceptance of a game whose
with people eager to see the great parade. Families rules are so difficult to change, even if bad situa-
We left at 10:45. Lord have                     It is our belief that the move
partake of great feasts of turkey with all the tions grow worse because of them. These players
mercy upon those who remained                  to abolish all university require-              trimmings, p u m p k i n pies, cider—all served on the are not willing to accept the game as presented
until midnight!                                ments is a small but important                  best china reserved for special occasions. It's all to them. They plan to use the same game board,
Name Withheld                  step in the right direction. We                 just as our forefathers (forefathers of some of us, but with new rules—rules denouncing such mala-
as Students for a Democratic So-                at least) had it—only better We rejoice as they did dies as poverty, racism, lack of freedom, striking
—only louder, for we must convince not only the public servants, inequitable laws and unnecessary
OP: Sliced!                                    ciety give our full support to this
effort. Wo hope our fellow mem-
Great Being (if, indeed He still Is) but ourselves restrictions. Yes, Virginia, there is a new breed
of our thanks—for the American dream.
To the Editor:                                                                                                                                         of player today, aud chances are that by the time
I noted with some interest Lou               bers of the Adelphi Community                       And what a dream that is. Virginia! A dream we reach this red, white and blue tile again, the
Morcllo's letter in the Novem-                  \\ill renli/e the importance ol                 that allows us to continue our celebrations, to tako America gamo may have changed completely, also.
ber 6th Delphian. If Mr. Morollo                this action and will also support              time out when time itself docs not. A dream that,           Virginia, the f u t u r e of the game depends very
and his fellow Omicrons did not                 it.                                            for the sake of the citizen's comfort, changes holi- greatly upon you. Decide what kind of player you
like what was written on the                                                                   days so that they may be celebrated for throe days are to be—and help America put the "thanks"
Students for a                      (preferably Friday, Saturday and Sunday) rather back into Thanksgiving.
Freedom Wall, they shouldn't                               Democratic Society
have read it. They must have                                                                   r,,,
looked pretty .silly moving their
lips anyway. Be that as it may,
Mr. Morcllo's smug, hypocritical
self-righteousness makes even
TO R.C.T.
Gobble Gobble, Gobble --
clearer tho HEAL reason for the                           H.T. — I.M.Y
vandaMzation of the w a l l : a con-
venient way to bait and harass                                        W.L — M.                                         Happym Thanksgiving+/ from Jhe Delphian!
* •        <»/                  *
the wall's creators and olhcr

Alternative to the feed!.
Your coniraet may be up in one w i l l KJVC- you a chance !o                              m a t e r i a l to i>c processed for the                  ledge oi e x p o n e n t ? to sin re. !»•                        and Childboarin;!
'(if). '70. '71 or *72. Bravo s t u - "look il up." somelimes no book                         u n i v e r s i t i e s c l i e n l s : business. :;m      l h < y s I n d e n t s , ^rad > l u d e n ' s or      J n c c | u l i n e Holt. F a m i l y IMa
dent, you u i l l have lived up lo w i l l have the answer — t h e free                        eminent and m i l i t a r y bureaucra-                     in>*lrucl<n's. come Inge Mi or w i l l )                         Kduc.ilion for Family Life
every phase of your agreement: university m:ty give you I ho                                   cies. Teachers are underpaid and                          iho.sj inleros'ed in sharing lha!                       I). A. Wolf. Poe'ry of Protest or
8 semes!ers. 40 courses, 120 or chance to come lo some of those                                oonsian 1 ly subject to i n v e s t i x a -                k n o w l e d g e , i n t e r e s t or e x p e r i -            W i l l i a m Blake: Tho Poet As
more u n i t s , 1500-2000 impersonal conclusions now                                          lion and purge. They luno been                            ence for group discussion and                                    Revolutionary
lectures and over 300 oversized                      So ninny quos'ions and miscon-           regulaleH lo !hv position of ser-                         p u r s u i t of lha; topic. Slruclm-os                 Helen Hacker. Contemporary
"discu.ssion" nu .'lin^s. Last, but ceptions are c i r e u l a ' i n g around                  v a n t i n t e l l e c t u a l s , n q u i r e d , lor   are d i c l a ' o d only by the f u n c -                        Crisis In Sex and Family
noi least, you will have in your campus concerning I he free u n i -                           regular p r o m o t i o n , t o propaj'.a'e               t i o n s ncc( s<ary to mool the par                             R.-la'ions
w e l l - t r a i n e d hands a d i p l o m a , in- versity h o g i n n i n g here no.xi se-   p o i u u of" view in h a r m o n y w i t h               l i c i p a n i s needs and change as                   Karen Ovlord. Friends. SI rang-
d i c a t i n g the typo of t r a i n i n g vou mester. This is an a t t e m p t lo ex-        t h e m i l i t a r y a n d i n d u s t r i a l lead-     those needs and desires c h a n g e .                           t rs. Knrmie.s: Tho Sociology
>pccial:/ed in. All k i n d s of soc- pin in what's boon h a p p e n i n g .                   e r s h i p o| our society                                ( J r o u p s w i l l set k to f i n d a mode                   of P o l i l i c a l Rhetoric and So-
i a l l y acceptable and socially use- A d o l p h i is far from ihc first                         In |he \ e r y f;ice of those c i r                   of l e a i n i n : ; boM Milled In the                           leclive Pcrc^pl^on
ful, you w i l l skip out oi" tho ivy- i n i t i a t o r of (his concept in ed-                eu ins 1 nneos prolosl has onco                           neo<l< of i h r p,-op!e i n v o l v e d .               A l l e n Burdick. Nsuos In Ilumntt
covered ;;ales of Adophi flnd run u c a t i o n . In f;u-t, we almost d i d n ' t              more emerged nn t h e college                                  The en! ire u n i v e r s i t y coniinii:v                 (lenelics B a c k u a r d s
square i n i o voiir lirsl r<vl prob- make it The i n s t i i u ' i o n h"s so                 campuses of America. We wel-                              i l y K i u \ ilod lo serve as n m u p                  Ltin M i l l e r , Cari Popper's Phil-
lem -. LIFF 1 K equals me 2 well channeled most of the minds                                   come (he protest, we fee] the                             or;:ani/ers and pariiripa'o. In                                 osonliv: Th*». Open Society
docsn'! seem In solve I he povorly around hero t h a i il may not make                         f m i n d a i ion or i h<» free u n i \ ci •              J a n u a r y you \ v i i | be able !o si^n                     and its Enemies
problem, somehow u n d e r s l a u d i n . u it for the m a i o r i ' y of peonlc               ity is part of it.' 1                                     u p I n r I h c topics ollerod.                         R a y l a h Kroncre. "T" Oi'oup and
the s'cicntilic melhod doesn't even now. Adolphi on'y a few                                         Krehs was a " M a r x i s t , " Adel                  TOPICS TO BE OFFERED THUS                                     Setisihvilv T r a i n i n g
h e l p you w l u n you only have years auo, did nn ex col l e n t job                          phi said. Po^siblv. !ha' was ' r u e                            FAR IN AHI-I.PMI'S                                Russell l l o f f m n n . Townrds a
your n o u v o a u "educated adult" of e l i m i n ; i i i n g its onlv chance                  too. Free U n i v o i - s j t j < s are in pro                 FREE UNIVERSITY:                                          Psychology ol Liu ra'nro
self 10 denond on in the biu t h e n lo open 11 p lo progressive                                grcss as pa mile I s t r u c t u r e ^ to                                                                         \Vc>lcv Camp. Why Is A Univer-
Group Organizer                             Topic
cruel world ol wars and f u l l ideas about wlvt could bo dis-                                  Hie svstom as a part of Ibis                                                                                             sity'.'
l i m e jnli*; X n m e l h i n M f t 1U- you a< cussed in a classroom, bv dis-                  movement acrovx I h c r n u n i r y                       John Connelly            P holography                   J;H'(|IMX H u n lick "Svneclies"
yon experience prejudice-, t h a t missing Hie Miroal lo ils client's                           ( B u f f a l o . Stonv Brook n ( r k r l o v .           Los B a l t i m o r e , Theories of Hevo-               Thomas K n i i i " J . Violence and tho
the reciprocal oarl of voiir agree- minds at that time — Allen                                  Part month. New Mexico Stale.                                 lutioit                                                 Phenomenon
ment _. "The u n i v e r s i t y w i l l Krobs. lie s u b s ^ n n e n t l v became              Tex'-s S'alo. CCNY. San Fran-                             Robert Pasotii, Works of W i l h e l m                  Harold A l l e n . The N a t u r e and So-
rrvke you an educated, well Involved w i t h t h e F'^o U » i v o r s j ' v                     cisco S'nlo. etc.)                                            Reich                                                         c i a l FuiK'iinn of Freedom or
rounded person" onlv anplicd "s of New York in Greenwich VII-                                       A n f ' n ricp d e f i n i t i o n of i h e           Toby SiC'!al. A Now "Religion                                     Ideas Charaotoris'ic of the
long OK you ran into the proh- Inyo, under the following pros-                                  Frre U n i v e r s i t y is impossible. It                Ham v Woolrich, C c n l r i - K u p c l a l                       New Loll or Logic and Re-
Icms l< fed vou in il.s canned pectus:                                                          has no grades, t i p i i n n . formal                            Ideas                                                      nlilv
knowlodi/o and packat/od mono-                         "American UnlversNes have                credit or course s ' r u c t u r p and                    Fred V a l c n t i . KM premeditations                       Further <loscrjn(ion of- these
logue." \Vhn| thev a c t u a l l y did. boon reduced to I n s t i t u t i o n s of              will bring the mombo'-s nf the                                   In A Cemo'ory                                    lonicc w i l l he published nnd nro
but forgot to mention, you real- Intellectual servitude*. Students                              Adolphi c o m m u n i t y together in                     K m l l P i l l n r d , Poetry Writing                  a \ - a i l a b I p now for nnvono Inter-
ize was make you a well rounded have been systematically d hu-
rt
less structured more crenlivc                                    Workshop                                         o^tod In tho S.A Office. We flro
note-taker and regurgitalor but mnnized, and deemed incompe-                                    groups so tho* learning cnn take                          Willlnm Sninrad, Contemporary                           still onen for anv n"^ nil re*
Radicalism                                       sponsos from 'he university com*
forgot to let you develop your tent to regulate their own lives:                                place through this interpersonal,                         FredrHck IMtclhcim, Edge of                             m u n l t y nt
own power to question, invest!- sexually, politically, and academ-                              unpressured exchange. To this                                    Objectivity,         . , tl
te and conclude. Later* on no ically. They are treated Mike raw                                             people who have know-                    C. Vassallo, Planned Parenthood                                    Gail Lergncr
Six                                                                                                                 THi O f t P H I A N
standards of quality. This

Revolutionary Revolts
"Reprinted from tlic Guardian,                       to the people and vice versa is                                 political party.
(Continued from Po0e Three)
many other fields; for example,
Publishing...
the commltttc work that is so ne-
becomes on invaluable indication
to the faculty member's peers at
his university.
"These external reviews can fre-
radical news weekly, New York."                       almost impossible if one does                                      The Panthers save u.s the word cessary to mukc a university run                                                                  quently reveal the 'campus facul-
Sometimes it seems that his- not cut himself off from every-                                                    "pig." They have preached the I or raising funds for his own proj-                                                                 ty hero1 who garners local news-
tory does, indeed, repeat itsslf. thing except the people. Carmi-
!
necessity of the gun. They, l i k e ects or even for the university.                                                               paper publicity but whose exter-
ment are sometimes repeated not from this kind of total sub-                                                          Carmichael, have become a force,                         "Because he is so good, the stu-                                         nal review evaluation shows him
several generations later by an- mersion, but from hLs rhetoric                                                        but primarily on the basi.s of im- dents rightly wi.ih to have more                                                               to be much less adequate to make
other radical movement. At oth- and aggressive Image on which                                                          age, rhetoric and Clenvcr. Much j of his or her time. This is prob-                                                               statements in hLs field.
er times, a radical movement will the media voraciously gorged it-                                                     of this rhetoric has been «oodJ ably the crux of the student un-                                                                     "Without research or some oth-
repeat its own mistakes within self. Slowly, the rhetoric and
Much of Iho rhetoric hns served I rest on thi.s matter—the ( j u a n t i t y                                                      er form of f a c u l t y development,
the same generation. Mistakes t h e aggressive image began to
are, of course, inevitable. They devour SXCC and Carmichnel.                                                          lo heighten the consciousness of of t i m e rather t h a n the q u a l i t y                                                      the instructor frequently goes
arc not bad in and of themselves The rhetoric replaced program,                                                       the black radical movement a n d , of ihe exposure in cla.ss and in                                                               stale in his discipline. Signs of
if the factors which cau-x'd the image replaced organi/ing. Some-                                                     black people in general. But : laboratory. Wise u n i v e r s i t y ad-                                                           obsolescence begin to show in a
mistakes are recognized and cor- times, it even scorned t h a t Car-                                                  much of the rhetoric has only ministrators are well aware that                                                                    science and engineering faculty
rected. Ignorance is our greatest michael wou'd say whatever was
enemy. To know what to do. m'cos^ary lo get the desired re-                                                            been of t h e r a p e u t i c value t o ! a j u d i c i o u s blend or o p t i m u m in                                           member who has not done re-
-when to do it and why it is sponse, instead of saying w h a t -                                                       those need of therapy. One can . Ihe use of f a c u l t y time is neces-                                                          search or received a government
being done is the pre-eminent ever was necessary to bui'd revo-                                                        understand and feel Ihe anger j sary.                                                                                             award in from five to 10 years. In
task at all times. When mistakes l u t i o n a r y consciousness. Words                                                which gives rise to the cry o f ' "The T u f t s d a t a show t h a t those                                                       the social sciences the fresh peri-
arc repeated, it Ls an indication are o n l y a revolutionary tool                                                    "Free Huey or the sky's the lim- j fac'.i'ty members who receive gov-                                                             od is about seven to 10 years,
that there is a serious, perhaps when they are used toward revo-
fatal, lack of revolutionary con- lutionary ends. Words must even-'                                                  .it!" But on the level of r e v o l u - ' e.rament awards are regarded ;is                                                          while in the humanities, it is
sciousness.                                          t u a l l y be made manifest in a                                 lionary strategy it makes l i t t l e : the best instructors. A l t h o u g h                                                     about 10 to 35.
Since the e n u n c i a t i o n of black revolutionary program, organiz-                                          sense. One never tells the enemy; 'hard data' is available for the                                                                   "However, there arc signs that
power in 1966, the black radical ing and action. That did not hap-                                                    what ho i.s going to do. If I h e - f a c u l t y members in science, engi-                                                       the estimates in the latter two
movement has .shown itself to be pen.                                                                                  Vietnamese had told the French. 1 neering and the .social .sciences,                                                              areas may be incorrect in encom-
overly media-oriented. In the ear-                       For a year now Carmichacl has                                 get out of Vietnam or we will 'iie preliminary and tentative in-
not used the media to address                                                                                                                                                                       passing too long a period.
ly spring of 1966 the media
crush you at Dicnbienphu. t h e ; d i c a t i o n s are t h a t thi.s same pat-                                                      "Without research or other de-
turned its b l i n d i n g glare on himself to black people. Par-                                                                                                            tern is also emerging in the facul-
blacks, and on Stokely Carmi- tially that was through choice                                                           French would've merely g o t t e n ' ty of the Arts and the Humani-                                                               velopmental programs, faculty ob-
chael in particular. He became and p a r t i a l l y it was because oth-                                               out of D i c n b i e n p h u . Hut the V i - , ties.                                                                              solescence generally comes at a
the medium t h r o u g h which the ers had come forward to play                                                        otnamcse didn't even bother j "There is a very positive aspect                                                                    time when a member is up for
feelings of young blacks were the same role Carmichacl had.                                                             speaking to the French. They. about the acquisition of govern-                                                                    tenure. Experience and records
articulated. And because of the W i t h their black berets ami
over-present television cameras black leather jackets, the Pan-                                                         spoke to the Vietnamese by send.: ment awards t h a t has been over-                                                              show that the f a c u l t y member who
looked. The faculty member sub-                                             does not publish and who does
and newspaper reporters, he be- thers present a .striking image.                                                       ing cadres into every area \ \ h c r e mits to a Washington agency a                                                              not receive government awards
came more t h a n an i n s t r u m e n t of Wi h t h e i r rhetoric of power                                           there were V i e t n a m e s e and t h e y proposal for .support of his or her                                                     prior to tenure rarely, if ever,
black people. lie became an en- made manifest w i t h the g u n . if                                                  organixed. e d u c a l e d . pi-;Mia;;a::- { rocarch :>rogram. In so doing, he                                                     accomplishes one or both of them
tity in his own right, a public is not surprising that their Neil-                                                     dixed and acted.                                       p'accs hi-; reputation in a position                                        after tenure. The faculty member
f i g u r e . ;'. world p e r s o n a l i t y .       sen rating wouM be a l i l l l o h i g h -                                                                              i"! c x i i ' i i i a l r e v i e w , and must                              is not i m m u n e from the necessity
Cleaver's recent .speech in .
If one does not have n f u ' l y er linn Carmichael's. Add to                                                                                                           me •' nal ;onal and even i n t e r n a -                                    of c o n t i n u a l learning."
developed            revolutionary              con- this an official of the organiza-                                  which ho is p-porled lo l i ^ u -
sciousnovs and c o m m i t m e n t , this tion whoso credentials arc t h a t                                           called Reagan a fac;;oi a:id ( ! . . . ! ;
k i n d of p u b l i c a t t e n t i o n can be of being an ex-convict rapist rev-                                                                                                                                                                                                                             y
dangerous. The h u m a n ego is o l u t i o n a r y who can write, and
l i k e an insatiable lick. If it is you face a s i t u a t i o n so f r a u g h t
not k i l l e d , it can burrow under wiih dangers that the mind .shud-
longed h i m to a <!;;ol ^ i o : > i ( ::i
inisccnl ol C'aiuiicli,.c;'.s c:-.''!;!-.1.; .
Johnson a fool. Il is d i l l i c u l l !o .
Box                             a
t h e layers of the soul mid feed
upon t h e m a n \ \ i i h i n . gorging i t -
self u n t i l (hero is no man l e f t .
ders lo contemplate t h e m .
From Hie time of their demon-
stration in the C a l i f o r n i a s t a t e
.*-ee how such u i l f r a : ; r ' - s \\.-M a:l
vance I ho slriuij'.Se T i u . : o : i l >
value is :\.< o n l o i l a i i i t n o n i Th i l .
Sacrament
To become a public p e r s o n a l i t y capil-.l. i: was evident Unit !lio                                      however. i.> no! I h o I H I M I H ^ - a'                              by David Epstein                                             t a n k " is about zoology. The most
in \Vesle.rn society is to become Panthers (at least on the West                                                                                                                   LIBERATION News Service                                                i m p o r t a n t t h i n g lha voting does
hand.
a prisoner of a media-oriented Coa^l) wore media-oriented. But                                                                                                                     I.1; t h i s c o u n t r y , n doesn't m m -                            is to screw up the heads of the
The biack r a d i c a l uiovoiiu u t ;-
image. To become a p u b l i c per- one cannot seriously organi/c a                                                                                                             lor wliai y o u r religion is. as                                          people who every four years
sonality in a r e v o l u t i o n a r y so- revolutionary movement in the                                              repealing ilso!f. The media o x - ; long as you've gol ono. The real                                                                make their trip to the- vo'ing
ciety is to become .so at one w i t h glare of p u b l i c i t y . W h i ' e the me-                                   tr-icls personalities from iu r a n k                    n liiiion hero doesn't go on in                                            booth and enroll 'heir names in
the people t h a t q u i t e unconeious- dia can he']> an organi/ation gel                                            a m i gi\**s I h o M i enon^'i p u h i i / i l y - c h u r c h , and hasn't go! much to                                              iho sacred books. When the -boss,
ly they .see you in them and you its message through lo hundreds                                                       lo m a k e t h e m "leader^ " T'IOM- ' do u j ' h .Jesus, t h e Pope or the                                                         the draft, the cops, !he tax man
see yourself in t h e m . The West of thousands of people more                                                                                                                                                                                             and the finance company come
"IcadcrV gol cau; ( hl up ii: i h o _ I ' c n l a l o u c h The .Jehovah's \Vil-
says a "cult of the personally" q u i c k l y t h a n could be done in                                                                                                          ne.-ses are on 10 something when                                          down on us, we are told it's our
exists in the figures of Mao and any other way. the, media al^o                                                       glamour of I heir oun imago. they say t h a t s a l u t i n g the flag                                                              fault because we pulled one of
Fidel. This is not true. Revolu- alerts the enemy^before you may                                                      "The movement" is advanced f o r - i.s i d o l - w o r > h i p . W h a i h o l i e r idol                                           Iho two l i t t l e levers.
tionary conciousne^s and revolu-                      be in a p o s i t i o n to deal w i t h                         a while because of what these | h a \ . - wo goi v                                                                                       The two-party dictatorship was
tionary commitment have de- him. Tile enemy did not hesitate                                                                                                                i                                                                             a great invention of the Ameri-
"leaders" a r t i c u l a t e , but Hie                     To mos! people, iho most
stroyed the ego in Mao and Fi- to move against the Panthers.                                                                                                                                                                                              can fat cats. Elections of course
point of < l i m i n i > h i n g r e i u r n s is! sacrul symbols in America arc
del, and in t h a t d e s t r u c t i o n , they The front lino Panther leadership                                                                                             i h o Fiag. Ihe Const i ( u I ion. and                                     no more decide how people are
>oon reached and "Iho m o \ o - -                                                                                                   going to live hero than in any
as men became free Mao is Chi- i.> now either in jail or facing                                                                                                                the Volinx Hooih The hell lire of
menl" comes !o a slop \\ Inlo il                                                                                                   country where tho Leader gels
na. FJdcl in Cuba. C h i n a is Mao. a long s t r e t c h in j u i l . and the                                                                                              i p u b l i c c o m l e n i n a ' i o u is reserved
yol appears in m o t i o n . Moan . nol lor people u h o l l o u ! !he                                                              09 per com of ihe votes. But
Cuba is Kidel                                        party ilself is h a v i n g Jo devote                                                                                  i                                                                             hero the bankers w h o run the
while the enemy .sneaks 1:1 ( ; u i c ! - i principles of Chrislian ethics,
In t h i s >ociety l h a l k i n d of lo- much of i t s energy to {his nil her                                                                                                                                                                      crap I able manage to add inter-
ly from (iic- io.ir and i - o t i h c c l s h i i i l u r ||io "Join* h a i l oil d r a f l -
tal .submersion of Ihe prison in                     t h a n lo becoming a \ i a b V black                                                                                     r.irJ bin t i i i n ; .man 1 h;sIs" who ro-                                est to ilin name bv t u r n i n g il in-
t h e oncrg> v\ hic!i lias boon ;e- j                                                                                               to a mock contest between two
jivi Iho nio.si sacred prece-p! of
leased He lal;o> iho i h r l o r i c and                                                                                             f a r t ions of f r o n t m e n . W i l l the
Where Do I Go? ...                                                                                                       \ u l o s a prosram and monov aud :
oiti n a t i o n a l i a i l h : My r u u n h y
beiui.s it lo his o n - N He pro. i i.'jhi or w r o n g . " Tin f i r s t c o i n -
in;ii!t:nien| id Iho followers nl
next High Priosi bo the IC-st end
of a horse going U'o^t. or I he

Follow the Crowd                                                                                                   black p o u e r becomes rospi-cl
a b l e M e a n w h i l e . 1hc "leadci.s" |
Hi:*. I n j j i - y p o p u l a r crood is mr
hi a l ' r u d o h i o r l l . b i l l t n " v o l o
\Vos( end of a Horse joiner Knsl?
W a t c h Hit m r u n . samKvjrhod bo-
I w e e n l i t e Heveriy H i l l b i l l i e s and
l-A.it.-tly one i i i n i i l h a! <T Ihe C i \ ili/a io:i" and other                                               .ii e <U n m U ' c i M ^ ! •)< < m i;r. . i i i ' i                  tn,- UK- c a n d i d a t e of vour ohoi -o "
v i r c i j o n s \ \ I i i c h I hey di smiled as                     O:'.!o.sby is l o n u o r ;»( M d o u l ol"       I lie o M i ' i n y i^ o i - . . . m i / a t i i : ; ; I lie :             Th-; lolii'inM. like ChriMu'i-                           SlarTrok.
a f r a u d . A m o r i o a i i r j i . l i c a i s \ \ i i l S l u d e n l s |nr a l ) e i n o : - r a t i o Sui'ioly   people.                                                              i l v a n d J u d a i s m i n l i i c \\W\i                         On J a n u a r y 21. a f l e r High
i^ilhor in Now Y o i k (":!y f ; > f i n d i S D S j . He is a r a f l i c a l l e a o h o r . or                               l l i > l o i \ uoo.l n c f n peal I ' M - M " |              e e n l i n v . i s !ho " o n i a l e n j | IIP                l'rio>l N i x o n is eoiona'cd. wn'rr*
Ill0 o M . x W v ' l > l " t      MlO f | l l t ' S I; oil          j:an:/.ci- a;:d .-ul'lnr.                            II;ipol il!!\            I ho      i ) : ' x I p o l e n l i:d       p r o n l r " It: t h a t ! i m o . I ho old                   all g o i n g lo wake un b>'OHlhint>
' W i i L i e d o wt* )jo h n m J i r ' c "                            "Vlari-Iiso and      ();'!rvhy \\ j|! | ) ;       I ' - . i c k l e a d e r u . - I i n i i n e i •c ; i i ' : : j     reli'.iuiis ("Id people lo :>cco|i'                            I IK* s-'ino foul .-jr. going to do
I l o r l i o r ! M.-MTUSO a n i l C.-rl O - l i - s J M J u i - d in ( h o pi nijr.vn bv I V 1 M.I                 M'T l o ! a l ! \ in l i i o ; o\ o l i i l i i i i i : t : y        |h' i r mi 1 -' 1 ! v :'s I l»o "'"I i 1 ' ('"'I.              Iho same s t n n i d work lo :>nv off
by, w i d o l y r i i > p i \ - l o d l : g n : c i - o l ( ' i - -                                                      ]}-.oce^s a i i . l c: so i j o h u * . i e;,li,'c '                 \ \ - h j > i!ir r i v h xo 1 r i c h e r . Today.             I h o sanio i n s t a l h m nK for ;ho
N o w l,( I I , u i i ] s l u i i o I h o M - I O O a| soorolrti'v; W i i l j - M i i UOM- ;n- i n - '                  I I n l I I n * 11 a i i s n i i l l i - r ^ n' i r \ n|u ;          Mi.. \ f » ' , - : ;.: i n | « | ; - . ;u'cepi ' h o           same o v n r n r i r o d n i o r r l t i i p f U c p and
pI"li"i»!'iM on I iii' exoiih 1 ,'.,' ol M r - ;;rri; ral >r.:\i\ -;>er (>f Ihe ( i n a r d i a u :                      lion ate pcunle 'irjiani/i-;! a r o u n d -                          l o i r - v l i f e )'-• !o:n!»: l > e c " i K e . ;tl ; t i   llr 1 5:11110 (axes for vv.vs in Dinars
f) al Iho I - ' i l l n i o r o Ka>l Thoa!r<' !()."» and o l h c r n i a j n r r i y u r o s lu b" a n -                 a p i t i ; : i am a n , I .si ra!e;;\ S \ ( ' ( '                   a l l . he :»;i|lod ( h e l o v e r a n ' l is                 h a l f u a v a r o u n d Un i'lobo; or ol<?c
Second Avo. (iiiardi;;:! pla.'iin :~s nl nounced. Hi iso r o o i ' i i l i y ro'in :u - I                                d i . l < l i d il i:i l l i e So;ii!i in the i                      i o M H ' i i s i l h i ' for i h o s i n s ol I h e           wo \vil| go lo school nnd hmr
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And it def- t h a t t h i n e * are not alw;w<; what philosophy at the t'nlv. of Cali- initely cannot be used as a sub- \vo are tnld *hov nro. Flections tic lives. nil seats are rr^o^vod. it i« *•'""• fornia (La JoIIa), Ls tho n u t h o r of posted t h a t tickets be ordered stitute for revo'utionary analy- nrc no more about "choosintf now Until we get together and do *'0nc Dimensional Man," "Eros and early. sis, theory, program and strategy. leadership" than "a tiger In your something about this s—4. Wfdnosday, November 27, 1968 THE DELPHIAN 70- As You Like The Kwizzing 1 Roads That Never Kameramen Saw Sun Nor Sky by Peter Ide by P h i l i p Llcberman and Jeff Siegel We inviu- our readers lo s u b - 1 the greenhouse, because for many Linda Hargravcs slept in her crib in the quiet, comfort the grieved. Scores of newsmen flocked lo ' '"it questions for f u t u r e columns. , year* they've been growing mari- dark room. Her a u n t sat next to her. Her mother the scene and the ground was a network of cable. | Suggos ions which are used w i l l j u a n a there. This accounts for* was several miles away in a cold, bare quonsct And s t i l l Karmington was silent w i t h the sorrow be c r e d i t e d . Send them to this the c u r r e n t stale of thr English hut that once served as a mine company office. of solitude. c o l u m n car;- of The Delphian in d e p a r t m e n t in Harvey Hall (next Her father was far underground. Linen Hall door lo the greenhouse). It ex- The n i n e - m o n t h old i n f a n t turned in her crib The safety inspector for C o n s o l i d a t i o n Coal This week's question: W h a t s plains t h e i r lovable character." and her a u n t looked at her. Her mother w h i m p - Company. Mountaineer's parent f i r m , Harry Turner your favorite b u i l d i n g on e ered a bit and a neighbor t u r n e d to console her. said: "There's almost no hope of jjeftin;; the trapped Maybe nobody could move to sec her f a t h e r . Maybe men out alive. If the i n i t i a l explosion and fire Linda j DeMadona, Klmhurst, her f a t h e r could not move. d i d n ' t £ol lo the men it's possible t h a t collapses f r e s h m a n , physical t d u r a t i o n : "The w i t h i n the mine caused by the heat and concussion library. I t ' s bright, cheerful, and | Kfrem Margraves was one of 78 nu-n (rapped w o u l d do them in." ; conducive? (o s t u d y i n g . The dc^iin " some 700 feet u n d e r g r o u n d by m u l i i p l e exph>sion> Inspector at lar^e for the West V i r g i n i a He- is unusu;;!. hul [\ w o u l d be more j last week in the M o u n t a i n e e r Coal Company N u m - p a r l m c n t of A l i n e s , Leslie Ryan said; "There 1 - not : c o n v e n i e n t lo have i viTylhiiu o n " ber N i n e M i n e in K a r m i n ^ t o n . WeM V i r g i n i a . Krs- a chance in the \ \ o r l d lo j;el those men out." one floor. U n f o r t u n a t e l y , no: ai! I cue teams were hampered by dense smoke and i n - the l i b r a r i a n s are as cli.'vrfu! as I tense heat from e n t e r i n g the area where I he men I n t h e ( o m p a n y ^slnre. w h i t e o f t i l e a n d t l c u r e - , t h e b u i l d i n g i l s e l l Thi lirs! l i m e i were believed trapped. The area \< described as ^cenl lights, women sat on c h r o m i u m d i n e t t e chairs . t u e n ! to S w i r b u l , Ihe l i b r a r i a n * - - " "one of ( h e most gaseous places lu mine cua! in s t i l l to be sold and si i l l covered u i l h p l a s t i c d r o p : seemed ; nnoxvd at me for askiiuv Mack David C, America." cloths. They sat q u i e t l y and t a l k e d l i t t l e amon<j . questions. This k i n d of a l l i l u d e ' Rosemary Atongo, Hcllmoiv, j u - themselves. One woman who had no close relatives j < u n f a i r lo an i n c o m i n g fn .-'"»•••• ', nior. A T.K.I' : "I don'i l i k e any And s t i l l tile men xo down \ \ i i h a c o n \ i c l i < : n as in the m i n e s u d d e n l y l o u d l y proclaimed: "Sure. ! \ \ l i o h'i< never been in a ! of Ihe buii'JiM;^ because I hey clash deep as the mines themselves. Younj; Ilar;;ravcs. there's hope Sure, there's h o p e " But she had no . l i b r a r y before." ! es'.hetiealiy. I especially don'l like only three years a m i n e r , k n e w I h c h a / n n N . Mis one u n d e r g r o u n d . Blod;;elL v il'i , i > foul odor liar- father escaped death in ;i 1!)">4 expire i o n . M i s 1 \ i - y and A l u m n a ; \ \ o u M |K>VO to uncle lost his l i f e t h e n . Mis u r a w l l a l h c r was l u c k y 'he first nktsi h u r l e d the e!ev;ilor ol l i i e Me- he my l i r s i choice, since niy least —he lived t h r o u g h t h i s c o u n t r y ' s uorsl m i n e t h ^ \\\\\ > h a f l i n t o ' h e skv. S e c t i o n ^ o f c.-nerele ;> ;n! ;;1 rla.s » % -.s h.u e !ier:i .''I those aster in 1007. Me k n e w t h e dangers and s l i i l he -,1. e<l f r o m t h e s h a f j en! ranee <m!o nearbv cars. went ciown. And s l i l l he v. as (here. lm;^' one ol I hem Thr shock of t h e [irM ex- Farmin^lon \\as abla/e u i l h a c ! i \ i l y ; and i! \\as fell ten m i l e s awa in F a i r m o u n i " Fred B«iss, K a s j M; i d < > \ . . j - i r i o r , was silent. Ue.u'ue leanis imm ^'.ates around poured :.:i:!iiop<do.;y: "IVt Hal!. The food i n t o t h e l i n y v i l l a g e . (!',n eminent o f f i c i a l s f i ; n n The ivom in w h i c h Linda I l a r ; ; r a \ es sir pi u;is is b a d , i>n! ! he alniosphc. e is Washington and Wheeling arrived and spoke in q u i e i and d a r k . The quonsel hul in w h i c l i her mo- p U v . s a n i . The se;.ts are comfort- t h e people of t h e s a f e t y <>!" I he m i n e and of I h c !her sal \ \ a s cold and bare. He:* f a l h e i \ place u a s •ible ih.-i'i 's no h'in;i on I hem. danger of the mine. U n i o n men came and tried to q u i e t and d a r k ami cold and bare I u s i i a i l y > l u d y t h e r e in i h e after* Holly David S. noon hec-'ii>e ii's p r e l t y q u i o ! . Tho In and Around David Shapiro, KiUly H a i l , ju i v y o u U i d i i:i\.'s I'osl H a l l ;> col- n i o . . pi'e-med : "The T; m p o r a i y Ic^ia'e a l M i o s p h c r e " m; It reminds me Dianno Ashton, a sop- "I my MI tiler's old b a r n in homoiv 'The i "o:u;eilicul has a h o m e l i k e Old Business B u i l d i n g , ll has tho .'Imo^hcri l i k e our a t t i c . BeJore i MK-ioloiiy d e p a r t - i n n t . t h e most in- i t s expected d c m o i i l i o n dale ( U U 4 ) teresliiiM peonie. and i t ' s a chal- :• had hern deemed an u n s a l c , lenue l < > ] : n d your way around by Bruce Hahn ^ i n c l i n e Bui the uimer.siiy has ; in W h e n you u ; d k at one end : ^-stored it lo ils l u l l .splendor .'ml o f t h e b u i l d i n g , your fontsl^os As the war draws slowly to an end d u r i n g the people would be very limited in their w a y s ol ::iory C'on ^ra I illations. Add phi! echo lo Ihe other side. The mico Nixon a d m i n i s t r a t i o n , c e r t a i n here! o! ore "for^ol- h c l p i i u ; olhers. I n c r e a s i n g d e m a n d s ol" tree M a y ' h e b u i l d i n u IK* lemporary f o r in t h e \ \ a l l s a r e t r i e n d l v . It's mag- ten/' d o m e s t i c issues may come to a head. On. 1 , e d u c a t i o n fur a I! could soon be made bv n i f i c e n l w h i n e \ e : v b o d v i n class nol touched on too much these days is tho idea of ail ' es and ihe ivom iciiks like a a Jree college e d u c a t i o n i Holly Stanton, \ V a i d o H a i l . Ircsh , So. i l \ a r i o t i s ^ejimenls o| !he p o ) u l a l i o n i>e;;in i lhi:u:!en h m d I n . i i i . d a n c e ' Kddy I I , i ! ! has a n i c e ! This. t.!>\;ou<!y. i ^n t I'eal'y a re\ o l u l i o n a r y or ::ni'ini: a r o u n d i' lies h k e l l u ^ one, N i x o n may yet :.l jiMsphe:c itnd is a p,e t ^ a i i t i Mack Ncube, ' • ' u : ) > " e a i i -"iiior, radical d e m a n d in ['self "KxtrenuMs-" siu-h ;is Lyn- u n i t e t h e n a t i o n - u n f o r t u n a t e l y , against h i m - e l ! change I H M I I Waliio. whe; e i l i v : 1 : )i:»>iv: "Thw l i - don -Johnson, (before t h e c s c a ' a h o n of the u a r ) An issue l i k e free ci-.Mci'e e d u c a t i o n u o u ! ( i n i ; K d d v has l i m e d w i n d o w s , \ \ h i . h j hr:irv is i!. ! ) e : i : i l i f u i . and ^, Social D e n i o c r a l i c l r a < l o u n i o n leaders necessarily sec b l a c k s . m l c U c c l u a U . workers, etc llv(i and mc>( l i b e r a l s have, at l i m e s , discussed "college r u s h i n g to liie barricades even i t > p a r k e d by slu ' U';d<lo dot < no' Th.' rli:u !i c e o i o r l u ! II is < l i s l ; n c ! i \ ( . s t a n d - for everyone '' dents (a la Marcnse) Nevertheless, "a deaf ear" or \.\ 'a l l in t h e lounge is neat The , in:; I t oni the o t h e r more or- S,^!)!!!^ I l l I I ' O M I ee!-ilci W h a i can make i b i s idea seem neo r a d i c a l in Hencrai ignorance of the p u b l i c ' ne<'tU by N i x o n in;; I I ; : \ i n u c x j K on Ihe --:de nl ; Robhv M e r r i n a f o n , ('lv n m n n 1 Jhi f u t u r e is N i x o n ' s , p r o b a b l e , nci'.aliv c a l t i t u d e coir.I M i l t h e ^t.iV.e for s U ( l d ( » u " s p o n t a n e o u s com . imslion " t h e b u i l t i m u is c n n \ .-im ni H a l l , f r e s h m a n , chiiicc: ' Phe lawa towards jl Of course, liieie is always a chance the Sylvia Lowe, (iien Cove, senior, j i n ba/k of t h - * u h r ; t r v "Kood'iKiturcd" 1-Vrd F o u n d a t i o n s or R o c k e f e l l e r An average s j u d e n j in a u n i v e r s i t y such as ours ! l-jiyli.sh: " l l a r \ ' e v H a l l . i h a l ' ^ \\r.\\\ ; i n v b u i l d i n g I can run t n s t i l n l e s m i ^ h l co-opt y o u n i ; people. 'o the e.xtenl d is loiccd 'o do. m,u c h t ,h i n k i n g on , tlicse va r k, days . \ \ h e n 1 a i l i h e K n ^ l i * 1 ! : » r o | e s > i i i * I .-,rnund ;md scream and y i l l . After ,. .... of a l l o w i n g most s t u d e n t s ID win/, t h r o u u h college beJCre t i n • a i ' i ' i v a . of . I h e * . . iireal " > ; c k . .NO on/'.er .. '. - M M .... . - i v v o n Hie oneks )s oh', i,.n , ( | o:lr M-reamm:; .Mid yelling. Ih ,, . • , , ... rather c h e a p l y . However. j{ secnis probable Ic. can he jusl consider his ou n d a i l y !ife N u \ \ . hi and m:ikes me t h a t N i x o n u i i i d i s m i s s i b i s j s ^ u o i f i t comes has lo t h i n k a b o u t w h n l par! of society is r e l e v a n t 1 vev a p r e t t i e r h i i i i d i n i i I n s i d e , i l f r r r and onen There should bo up as some ncu lype of 'Yreepmjj socialism." lor iiis f u t u r e I t t i i e answer is ''not any." he can I wrm and (uendlv Mv evoe-'i j a LMOIID e f f o r t i;» wash the W h i l e l a i k i n j ! a b o u t free college e d u c a t i o n , w t h a n k his eoPe^e c d u c a l i o n w h i c h \ \ a s . mosl prob- L* it i< f i l i h v d i r l v " should consider o i l i e r related issues Mere, at Add ably, expensive. l I <'(hie ami i n s i ' j h i i n t o people am' >r' jVo/f HY /)/*'»/• Jt the phi, for instance, we're t r y i n g to improve the in- And there we have il in a nuNu 1 A s l u d e n l ' ( j,, 1 u - (ll ;d around m e " \ / ( f v f week and the tern*! co'lctfo l e a r n i n g s i t u a t i o n u i l h s t u d e n t lac- pays t h o u s u n d s only to rcaii/e that a p a r t i c u ' a r Carr, Lom f Be-'e s e n i o r ; -/m/ Kitntt'i'tnin'ii /)»r/;/rr».s C •'iilty d e p a r t m e n t a l senates and e l i m i n a t i n g course position in society isn't w o r ' h a eent Itt h i m . A l - sen nr »: I he 111 • • i ' v S l u - i». requirements culside of the major. These arc f i n e t h o u g h money and position is "tfood to have" in a 'ent U n i o n M u i l r l i n u . \Vhene\ ( > r ' /)ci//.v/' at nil. hnl ami should be supported, but what about the mo- Nixon-type scciely, he knows there will be impa- hev f i n i s h a b u i l d i n g lierc. i t ' v _ < • » / > » • . Nor (£/> we ney situation'.' tience, ulcers, fear and even hate lo pay for it. 1 ! I >'H-:)vs a r l i < . - : i n » i i i j n j m ( » n ! . A! Je;:* ' ("' hen ;/-//o is > 'i»t If prices keep rising for s t u d e n t s , if s m a l l , p r i v - So. on Miis almost T h a n k s g i v i n M Kve, we look at : v i l h t h i s b u i l d i n g , my f a v o r i t e is Sony 'bont that. nto universities like Adelphi remain on tho brink a nation whose people are nervous and almost an- , of b a n k r u p t c y and if poorer s t u d e n t s Irom laruer tfry. The s t u d e n t , h i m s e l f , is suspicious «nil often f a m i l i e s s i l l 1 ean'i no to college, s o m e t h i n g is very confused. Is it any wonder that the y o u n g are t r y - All interested student?: Pylon will be taking wrong. Add to this, the probable c l i i n i n n M o n . of inK to change both themselves and t h e i r society j VISTA, the .Job Corps, etc. under N i x o n , and young w h i l e they still have t i m e ? submissions until the end of January, Leave Poetry, Short Stories, Essays, Art Work in the SENATORIAL ELECTION ELECTIONS FOR PHILOSOPHY English Department office in Harvey Hall. All FREE FOLI SCI SENATE SENATE WED., NOV. 27 — 12:40 WED., DEC. 4 — 12:40 staff members are asked to read and fudge LEVERMORE 3rd FLOOR LEVERMORE 302 material. w^ ' nTOT$?i"sr.r>Tv\^
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P«ge Eight                                                                                                        THE DELPHIAN                                                                             Wadft«<d«y, Nowmber 27, 1*4*

National Strike Council

International Information Brigade — MoviiT On
MEXICO CITY — The Mexican                             process the proof by which                          to tie him in order to force-                  never respected in the case of                   have described the excessive re-
student movement, which began                            charges arc dropped.                                feed him. Nor are these priv-                  political prisoners, many of                     pression. The period of the Olym-
on July 23, declared a truce dur-                           III. by desisting In tht penal                   ileges accorded to Arizpe and                  whom have disappeared up to                      pic Games uncovered still other
ing the Olympic Games. Never-                            action: This is supposedly achiev-                  Barcenas, whose appeals have                   ten days, as was the case of stu-                aspects: the youth was represent-
theless, government ngression                            ed when a superior court proves                     been constantly ignored by the                 dent Paul Alvarez, who disap-                    ed by Military and Navy School
has continued.                                           a trial undue. The D.A. then                        Supreme Court.                                 peared for a longer time since                   cadets, who headed the dt-lega
During the week of Oct. 21,                           proceeds to drop charges. Ex-                          Some may argue that these                   he had to recuperate from the                    lions at the opening ceremonies;
Attorney General Sanchez Vargas                          perience shows this never takes                     taetics have varied, perhaps, in               brutal torments he suffered at                   the change of route of the mara-
and Justice Attorney of the Dis-                         place since a strictly political                    consideration of the intellectual              hands of police.                                 thon race, which was to have
Irlct and Federal Territories Gil-                       presidential assignation exists                     capacities of the prisoners. Un-                  Once in the presence of the                   passed through Tlatalolco; the
berto Snare/. Torres, have on                            which sets the judicial tone.                       fortunately, reality proves the                I).A., the prisoners are syste-                  suspension of the exhibit "The
several occasions granted inter-                            IV. by acquittal: This is as U t o -             contrary in the face of happen-                matically refused the right to                   Conquest of Space" which was to
views to relatives and defense*                          pian as tht others since the po-                    ings from the moment of arrest                 deny any confessions maeb un-                    have been at the University City
lawyers of those jailed because                          litico! control of the trials means                 to the trial:                                  der moral and physical stress                    and which was closely guarded
of !hc .student movement. These                          a sentence can be postponed in-                        Many of the prisoners, especial-            and are sentenced, without at                    by students to avoid any pro-
officials have, in a paternal tone,                      definitely Besides, political pris-                 ly teachers, artists and intellec-             any time having the chance to                    vocations, tho suspension of the
explained the good treatment re-                         oners have received such exag-                      tuals, were kidnapped from their               consult a lawyer. As an example                  International Poets Meeting when
ceived by the accused as well as                         gerated sentences that if and                       homes. In other words, their ar-               of this, Rina I-a/.o, a painter,                 they couldn't be convinced to ab-
1h difficulties faced by the same                         when an appeal is answered, it is                   rest was made without warrants,-               charged the D.A. with interro-                   stain from any political discus
in order to regain their liberty.                        usually to their great disadvan-                    police violently breaking into                 gating her in her cell, totally in-             sions; demonstrations organized
this in spite of the promise made                        tage.                                               their homes. Especially brutal                 communicado.                                     by delega'es from the various
by President Pi a/ Ordaz during                             Tht.se arc the four official                     were the* apprehensions made                      Once in j a i l , prisoners arc               Mexican states staying at Villa
his last Slnlo of the Union mes-                         methods offered as a solution for                  during the massacre of Alntelel-                of'en held incommunicado and                    Co fl pa. a complex used to house
sage to revise their cases.                              the political prisoners of tho                      co, when beside the traditional                are denied rights enjoyed by                     participants in the Cultural Olym-
Jus'ice Attorney Suarev. Torres                        Movement. Meanwhile, arrest                         beatings b^ police and army ele-              other prisoners. There are two                   pics. Thus, we have the paradox
has underlined the four methods                           orders keep on growing in n u m -                   ments, members of the Na'iona!                 cell blocks for political prison-                of celebrating an event with tho
ber and Education Minister Ag-                     Strike Council (CNH) wore un-                  ers which, up to three years ago,                slogan "Everything is Possible
by which the prisoners can be
Ireeci:                                                   ustin Yanez broke his silence of                    dressed and herded into impro-                 had been usoxl only to punish                    in Peace" in an atmosphere of
- I. on bail: Nobody can enjoy                            several months to state that if                     vised cells within the archcolo-              dangerous criminals. Political                   tension.
this benefit since, as opposed to                         classes are not renewed in com-                    gical ruins in the -area.                       prisoners are not allowed to take                   Because of the general situa-
similar periods in tho past.                              plete normality, adequate meas-                       Those apprehended are held in-              part in any activities such as                   tion, the most significant person-
judges have made sure to ac-                              ures will be takon. Although he                    communicado in places which are                teaching or sports, nor are they                 al protes's to date have been
cumulate at basi five charges                            does not specify the nature of                      illegal for such purposes, accord-             allowed to engage in rehabilita-                 those of Uertrand Russell and of
and have applied a wont modi-                            these measures, their character                     ing to nil Mexican customs. At                 tive work, which common prison-                  a group headed bv Sartre, de
fication made !o tho Penal Code                          is obvious. Recall the thousand                     these places — such as m i l i t a r y         ers are paid for. To visit them,                 Beauvoir and Kestler. and in
which d u p l i c a t e s sentences whoti                and one ways used to slow up                        camp N u m b e r One 1 , police of-            one must ask at least throe days                 those of writer Carlos Fuentes
the crime has been committed in                          the trial of poli'ical prisoners                    fices, etc. — a first confession               in advance, a control only ap-                   and Poet Octa vio Paz.
a group. A!1 hough sonic prisoners                       riurinu the Railroad Workers'                       is obtained by means of tor-                   plied lo them.                                      The lal'er resigned from his
were freed by one judge upon                             Conflict of 1959. and you are                       ments t h a t range from the usual                Their trials nrr* not dealt with              post as Mexican ambassador in
bein^ found innocent of federal                          faced by a desolate picture of                      beatings with billy clubs, which               on an individual bnsis, but arc                  India because he found himself
crimes, they wore, indicated and                         the f u t u r e of democracy in                     cause in'ernal injuries without                left open indefinitely so that                   in total disagreement with the
sentenced lw .-mother for com-                           Mexico.                                             leaving superficial traces, to elec-           while social unrest exists they                  Mexican government.
mon law crimes.                                             There are loaders who s t i l l                  tric shocks on the testicles, to               are not sentenced.                                  Declarations made by the Min-
II. by lack of merits: That N                       have their appeals pending: and                     threats of drowning my immers-                     Such i.s tho situation as yet                ister of Education and Justice At-
to say, the judge can drop                               some of ihese. like Vallejo, Cam-                   ing tho victim's head in wa'er,                unknown by most of those wor-                    torney, the decision by the Na-
chorees for lack of proof. Legal-                        pa. Barcenas and Arizpe. have a                     to .simulating f i r i n g squads w i t h      ried over the agony of democracy                 tional Strike Council not to break
!v, t h e i m m e d i a t e s'eps l>v the               right to freedom since thev have                    blanks or real bullets according               in Mexico. National and interna-                 the strike, and the treatment re-
defense arc the appeal before                            served over two-thirds of their                     to degree of resistance.                       tional protects lately h-n-e been                ceived by political prisoners,
a prison sentence is passed and                          sentence. This privilege is accord-                    All this is added to moral and              for more obvious reasons, such                   point to a worsening of the na-
iho appeal before appro-he nsion.                        ed fo common criminals but not                      mental pressures of all sor's.                 as the tension that existed dur-                 tional conflict at the end of the
This I'is-i report has been syste-                       to Camoa sine?, according to in-                    such as systematic i n s u l t s , in-         ing 'he Olympic Games — placed                   Olympic Games. This could i m -
matically denied. Thus, the trial                        vostij'nlors' reports, he still main-               timidations and threats to re la-              under the most careful military                  peril a government which is un
follow^       ;i bu r:\iticrn* ic road                   tains his ideas. Nor is t h i *                     tivcs.                                         guard of any Games since 1936.                   able to overcome its own dema
longer Uian j s l a w f u l l y establish-               accorded to Valloio. who has                           Legally there is a l i m i t of 72          Ian Cappr of Routers Agency,                     gogy and which seems decided in
ed, and one w h i c h . i:i practice,                    held h u n g e r s'rikos d u r i n g                hours to l>ro«.-(»nf the arc"*"'! he-          and O r i n n a Fallaci of I/Kuronoo.            i!s escal"tion of m i l i t a r y and po-
l a k e s aboir. t w o years just to                     which prison o f f i c i a l s hav;> had            for;* !lu D.A. This t i m e l i m i t is       herself a victim at Tlatololeo                   lice repressions.

Reliving The Reign of Terror
To m v       KriemU                                      ed by such b r u t a l methods t h a i               to put an end lo this reign of                 nian dignity and rights. \Vc have              have had enough!"" and who
To the N a t i o n a l S t r i k e Conmii!               t h e y recall those employed by                    terror, which bus been let loo.se               asked the government for reform                w i t h t h e i r ideals have set out
Ice                                                      l h e Nazis. Simulated k i l l i n g by             ag.iin.st the people of Mexico; we              on six points w h i c h consist of:            lo fighl against the reactionary
To t i l e .Mexican I V o p i e                           f i r i n g .squad, t h r e a t s of castra-        have tried to remind them of                          1) Unconditional freedom to              forces who wou'd commit mass
To t i l e S l ; u ! e i i t s ;>! M e x i c o a i u l    t i o n , harnissment of t h e relatives            their lack of f o r e s i g h t , political     the prisoners t h a t h a v e been ar-         murder r a t h e r t h a n . g i v e up a lit-
of t h e W o r n !                                        ol those arrested, lashing and                      fact and response lo the real                   rested in the course of Ibis move-             tle of t h e i r power. STUDENTS
On I h r 2:1. i d ol J u l y of I h K                 M i l i t a r y c o n f i n e m e n t have been      iveils of t h e people. A 1 ! these             ment.                                          OF M E X I C O AND TIIK WOULD:
v C.i: . as ! h:1 r c M l l l of ;| local                j u s t ;i few of the m e t h o d s t h a t          efforts have been in v a i n .                       2} The removal of I be chiefs                 Our g e n e r a t i o n , irrespective of
cnnll'd lioiwem I\\o preparatory                         h a v e been employed. The govern-                       For all the above mentioned                of po'iee w h o m wo bold directly             n a t i o n a l i t y , has contracted a re-
.veil'n»'s. I h r ;;mri nine n I son I                   will in l i m e of peace ha.s i l l o -             reason.-. I h a v e decided to go               responsible for the use of fascist             s p o n s i b i l i t y to a l l tho.se who are
>!i:i; J ( 1 l o o j T j x l o i n v a d e h n l h      ;::i*!y ca'led out the army a g a i n s t            on ;i h u n g e r M r i k e which 1 mean        repressive measures                            in u r g e n t nccri o! bread, of e d u -
I he > c h ' H i ' s i n v o l v e d - a j'.rcal        I hi- c i v i l p o p u l a t i o n . The a r m y    to begin on the U l h of Novem-                     .i) The c o n f i r m a t i o n of the     calion. of land. \Ve cannol shirk
main M u ' l r n i > and teachers were                  ha-, been used to blockade rosi-                     ber This is the only form of pro-              autonomy of our .schools.                       this responsibility. Wo cannol
beaten. Ou!ra^c;i by liie police                        d c n i i . i l areas, occupy the u n i v e i '      test .sliil open to me auaiu.sl the                 4) The abolition of tho shock              defraud thorn ;uid w i t h them
b r u t a l i t y , urea! n u m b e r s ol sin          .siMrs and has even gone so far                      i n j u s t i c e t h a t has been commit-     troopers (gcnorados) whoso only                 ourselves. Wo m u ^ t continue
<lcn!s commenced (o p r o t e s t p u b -                 ( o u several occasions) as to f i r e              ted again^l myself as well as                  f u n c t i o n can bo t h a t of repres-       our f i g h t w i t h o u t surcease until
Ik-iy on t h e 2(>th of J u l y . Thus                  u i i h heavy a r t i l l e r y against de-          hundreds of innocent Mexicans.                 sion and b r u t a l i t y against t h e i r    we can make of this i r r a t i o n a l
began a m o v e m e n t towards                         fenseless masses who had assem-                      If we do not in some way act. if               own people.                                     and illegal .society in which we
r
w h i c h I he ;:-)ve! ntm'iit h;t,s read               bled lor a peaceful meeting.                        we do not m a i n t a i n a revolution-                >) Compensation to the fami-             live n bettor one in which there
ed w i t h ever increasing violence                          At the prison in Mexico City                    ary a t t i t u d e , wo become v i c t i m s   lies of those t h a t have been                 can oxist h u m a n respect, broth-
The rciirw.Mori t h a i has been                    wh'Mo I am c u r r e n t l y being held             whoso lives consist of w a i l i n g            killed.                                         erhood, otjiiality. and therefore,
let loose hi t h e course of Ihese                       - --accused of t h i r t e e n crimes—I             passively, who c;m only hope a                       ti) Repeal of the u n c o n s t i t u -    peace.
events has a f f e c t e d g:cal sectors                  am one of about 200 prisoners                      government which has u n t i l now              t i o n a l article.* No. 145 and 145B
pvvj"Jv"'
of iho population apart from the                         all held under the .same trumped                    reacted wilh the utmost violence                which are so vaguely worded
s t u d e n t body i h c l f The mca-                    up charges Among us there are                       and repression w i l l become sud-              t h a t they lend themselves only
Min.-s emp'oyed have included il-                        newspapermen, scholars, artists.                    denly more reasonable.                          too easily to arbitrary misuse.                               Speculations:
legal searches, destruction of                           a railroad worker, a general who                         I am well aware that a hunger                   These six points represent n
p r i n t i n g presses, confiscation of                 happened to be at the university                    .strike is of no value if it Is not             m i n i m u m program which in real-                 New Coffee House
so-culled l e f t i s t l i t e r a t u r e , mass       on the night of the occupation,                     followed up by as much publici-                 ity is the first phase of a perma-
arrcst.s, b e a t i n g and h u m i l i a t i o n        and even a criminal lawyer who                      ty as pos e ible. I am aware that               nent demand for ever-lncreuslng                                FRIDAY 1 2 - 1
of innocent bystanders, a r b i t r a r y                In the past had defended politi-                    there Ls no point In having any                 ehanges which we hope will
accusations against people whose                         cal prisoners.                                      more of us dlo uselessly. There-                make our country a better place
to live in.                                                 Discussion of socially
only crime was t h a t of m a i n t a i n -                 Wo have tried all possible                       fore I am counting on all of you
ing a c r l l i c a l altitude towards                   means of maintaining an attitude                    to help me make of this a mean-                      I offer this hunger strike to                             revelent topics
the present regime and demand-                           of protest and of rejection of                      ingful act which could possibly                 all those who have been afflicted
ing redress for the crimes com-                          this situation; we have tried to                    help our popular student move-                  by these events, to all those who                            — All Invited —
mitted,                                                  call upon the authorities who are                   ment continue the struggle for                  would continue the struggle, to
ronfc.ssion.s have .-been extract-                   directly responsible for our fate                   reforms and guarantees to hu-                   all those who have -snid "We
November 27, 1968                                                                            THE:         DELPHIAN

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Private Custer: Who Says
The Web                 by Sttv* Somtrton
Blondes Have More Fun?
Private Custer did not like ra-
tions. He didn't like C-rations, nor
into his brain, yet his basic train-
ing had its influence. He decided
did he like K-ration. He would                    that war was a necessary evil, but
much rather have been in his                      the boat sank, and he was trans-
home town of Apple Pic, Wyom-                     ferred to Washington.
At 4:30 A.M., on the morning of November 25,                                coffee and get out of this condition. I just fig-                                   ing, where he could have contin-                     Custer had never been in a city
Eldridgc the Turkey kicked (he last of the fifty-                               ured out something that might keep us off the                                       ued in his job.                                   as large as Washington before. It
five cans of beer he had consumed across his nar-                                Thankgiving tables tonight."                                                           The army had drafted him, just                 excited him to think that he was
row hutch, and crushed out the remainder of the                                    "What kind of a plan did you come up with?"                                      when he got a big promotion. The                  in the capital of the nation. At
97th cigarette he had smoked since the previous                                 Eldrigc said, when they were sipping cups of steam-                                 draft board, which consisted of                   the capital Custer was assigned to
evening. He felt rotten. His mouth tasted like the                              ing coffee, that contained a-bout ten teaspoons of                                  his uncle and three bartenders,                   an ultra important task. He was
bottom of a bird cage, and he was seeing things                                 coffee and no sugar.                                                                were deaf to his appeals. "The                    placed on the Unit to Formulate
in" triplicate from the amount of alcohol in his                                     "It seems to me," Horace said, trying to keep                                   country has to be defended," they                 A New Salute, better known as
system. But. then he had a good excuse for his con-                             himself from gagging on his first sip of coffee, that                               said, as he packed his toothbrush,                UFANS. In the jungle many bravo
dition . . . in less than five hours he would be kiss-                           the turkeys of the United States have been pushed                                   his socks, and his signet ring. It's              men had been shot while saluting
ing his head ^ood-bye, and be on his way toward                                 around long enough. If it hadn't been for the god-                                  off to the wars, he thought, and                  their superiors. A safer salute had
providing the main course for someone's Thanks-                                 damned Pilgrims, none of us would be in this                                        indeed it wa.s.                                   to be found. The unit was to in-
giving meal. He walked over to his lounge chair,                                mess, and it's time we stood on our feet and did                                       His first assignment was at Fort               vestigate the various salute possi-
sat down and rested his head on the cushion,                                    something about it. We're ea'ling an emergency                                      Fronchtoast in Little Rack, Mon-                  bilities, and to settle on the one
turning sicker when ho thought of where it would                                meeting of the Knights Of The Silver Comb, and                                      tana. There he was taught basic                   salute best suited to jungle com-
be resting around the hour of nine.                                             we're all going to get militant about the situation.                                soldiery, at which he was neither                 bat.
It was his f a u ' t . . . all of it. He had been care-                     We've really had it."                                                               successful nor unsuccessful. He es-                  The unit of ten crack marines
ful about his diet for the last five years, making                                  "Well, what the hell arc we waiting for/' El-                                   pecially liked the course in ele-                 and Custer often practiced on the
sure t h a t he didn't exceed ten pounds below the                               dridgc said, throwing the remainder of his coffee                                   mentary hand weapons.                             White House lawn, where the Pres-
required amount for most of the turkeys ordered                                 out the window. "We've got to get the meeting to-                                      His staff sergeant had a doctor-               ident would jauntily return their
from his home at Melbrook Farms. But this year                                   gether and we've got plenty to do before tonight."                                  ate in European literature. His                   sal'ites. A new salute was success-
he just hadn't been able to control himself. This                                                                                                                    corporal was a medical biophysi-                  fully formulated, though it is top
year, the feed formula had won him over . . . and                                    At 10:19 A.M. on Thanksgiving Day, Governor                                     cist. His lieutenant had a degree                 secret to this day. The President
he would be paying for it.                                                       Rockefeller and the Chief of Police of the City                                     in international politics. Cutter                 will decide when it is to be put
He heard someone pounding on the door of                                    burst into Mayor John Lindsay's private office on                                   listened carefully to them, since                 into practice.
the -hutch and turned pale, while debating wheth-                                the lOOlh floor of the Empire State Building.                                       he had only graduated from high                     The war ended while Custer was
er to answer it or dive under his nest in the corner.                            Lindscy had been swigging heavily from a bottle                                     school. He read the books they                    cutting his toenails at his barracks
He figured there was no sense in prolonging the                                  of Scotch, which he tried to shove into a desk                                      recommended at the PX library.                    in Bulwark, Maryland. As soon as
agony, so he wa'ked painfully over to the door,                                  drawer when the Governor entered, but his aim                                       ami was almost ready to correct                   he was discharged, he went back
stumbling three or four limes on the way because                                 was bad . . . it slipped from his hands, fell to the                                their occasional semantic slipups,                to his old job in Apple Pie, got
of his dizziness. It look him a few minutes to lo-                               floor, and broke into a mil'ion pieces. "Happy                                      when he was transferred to Fort                   married, and bought a mobile
cate the door knob and get the door open. When                                   Thanksgiving." ho managed weakly.                                                   Port, Maine.                                      home. His uncle loved to hear
he did, he jumped back with a gasp, for his friend                                   "Happy Thanksgiving, like hell," the governor                                      At Fort Port he learned that he                about the new salute. It reminded
Horace came crashing to the floor in a heap of                                   said. "It's too bad about your bottle, Lindsey, you're                              was about to be shipped out to                    him of his own army days,*>
feathers.                                                                        going to need it when you look out the window.                                      Asia, where he would meet the
Klclridge got Horace into the lounge chair and                              The Police are on strike, and there isn't a damn                                    enemy in deathly combat. Cusler
tjot some smeUing salts out of the medicine cabinet.                             thing we can do about what is going on."                                            lovi.'d the sea air, which smelted
A.U. VETERANS BEER BLAST
. "\Vow." Horace said, when he revived. "Sorry                                     The Mayor staggered over to the window and                                      not unlike the mountain air of
for the ,'jraml entrance, but me and some of the                                 dropped his jaw in disbelief. For as far as the eye                                 Apple Pic As his ship was indef-                               Whisky Reds
boys gol really stewed lonighl — pardon the pun.                                 could see, there were turkeys, parading in the                                      initely detained in Athens, Custer
on Nassau Blvd.
You don't look too good yourself." he added.                                     streets, holding p'acards.                                                          had plenty of lime to t h i n k , and
"I'm not," Ivdridge admitted. "In _ f a c ? . I'm                                "Jesus Frog," Lindsay gasped, struggling w i t h                                to read old issues of the Atlantic
the binoculars that the Chief of Police had handed                                  Monthly. Whether he liked it or                        $1.00 — all the beer ploughed out of my head . . . I'm really wrecked. Are you sure you didn't bring two others along him, for he couldn't believe the words he read on not, he was becoming an intellec- you can drink with you?" the signs. "TURKEY POWER, they read . . . EAT tual. He began to examine the All Mixed Drinks '/2 Price "No," Horace said. "Why?" KANGEROO POUCHES THIS YEAR: THEY CAN meaning of war. L i t t l e phrases "I sec throe of you." BE STUFFED TO ANY SIZE, AND THEY GO like "war is a bore." and "there's :ss>v*ri "Good Lord." Horace muttered. "Let's get some WELL WITH CRANBERRY SAUCE." no fun in a gun" began to pop Novus Ordo Seculorum by Phillip H. Seymour of t y p h o i d at t w e n t y , or of hunger Paisley Prints Out by Eileen Coester b u t the sharp wit needed for sa- tire was rarely there. He tried \j\ . c n ' l y r.reded! C o n t r i b u t i o n s , a: lorly? Do you know what it is Tom Paisley isn't =» folksinger, 10 be o r i g i n a l , but m;ich of his lo hrl|> re!./\e J a m i n c and disease 1 to be only e x i s t i n g and at the but he at least knows some peo- m a t e r i a l had a f a m i l i a r , heard- in t h e v.orld's underdeveloped same lime Jo haw h u n g e r con- ple who are. A l t h o u g h that dis- before ring. His o f f - C D lor jokes r o u n l : j f s U ha1, t h i s l a m i i i a r ap- : s i a i i i l y enveloped w i t h your bodyV t i n c t i o n may not q u a l i f y him lo became v u l g a r instead of delight- perform at Newport, it does make f u l l y bawdy. There uere n fow peril for monetary c o n t r i b u t i o n s NO Sill, YOU DON'T! Your money him on okay shot on this campus. bright moments. ("All student riots reaJiy .MaU'> is, please send us a " w i l l help one young woman live There he was last Monday. Tues- are definitely provoked by the d o n a t i o n !o p e r p e t u a t e s u l f e i i n n j twice as long as she would norm- day and Wednesday nights being rotten food colleges serve") but t h r o u g h o u t :lie umler<I( veloped " ally wi houl it. To see twice as passed off as folksinger par ex- these were rare. world m u c h poverty, misery, and suf- cellence by the Coffee House Paisley's d e l i v e r y uas good, and Snaek Bar. However, vinegar was he is q u i t e c h a r m i n g as a per- Kru :i t i m e an i n d i v i d u a l r e a c h e s " f e r i n g Not only t h a t , t h e death poured on the "gold" and it turn- fermer. His \oice is clear and i n t o h i s pocket or \\ n.es out :i '. r a l e l a l i s as a consequence of the ed out to be brass; I didn't buy it mellow, but his songs-' detract cheek ;ind c o n t r i b u t e * !o MIMIC . ri.se in h e a l t h , the popula ion ex- Despite :he fact t h a t he had all moiv t h a n i n h a c c e . Ho never c h a i i l y lor o\crs(as. he l:ll!e real pands t ven more-. Thus more the necessary commercial efleets reaches Hie folksinger l e v e l — h e i/c'.s the MM! h a r m i l r x e.vmy Hoe*;, i mou I IK to leecl and less food to — N e h r u s u i t , c u r l y long h a i r , g u i - is much nutre equipped to belt Does t'le r o i r r i b u l o r ever really each i n d i \ i d u a i being. And as a tar and beads — Paisley lacked ballads. Impossible Dream was irace h;s money beyond UH p o i n t : l u r i i i e r con.^'tjuence, p o p u l a t i o n one very i m p o r t a n t i n g r e d i e n t : sung w i t h much 1 eel ing ami fer- i! li-au's hi.s hands'* H A R D L Y ! . i j s e s as ;hesu people h a v e a f o l k -songs. On; of nineteen songs vor. Paisley sang it because it let \Vh.i; happens :s. t h a i t h i s ' longer l i f e span lo reproduce. And sung over a period of more t h a n evorvone know \vhere he is at. money ;s u s u a l l y invest d in m e d i - 'o a people • wi h l i l l i e joys in two hours, Tim Hardin's If I Were Paisley's act is very s-.ipcrficinl. co I supplier clinics o: jn some . M I C . children arc certainly hold A Carpenter was the closest thing Then.1 was always the fee'ing of way v hich u i l l h e l p l h . « general h i g h in es-tppm. lo what the audience was prom- so disappointing, was an adoles- cuteness and nice guy appeal in- heath of the peasantry of a I So next lime KIUEND. you de- ised. Between choruses, however. cenlly tasteless sex parody on stead of genuine ta'ent. Always e n u n ' j y "B:U t h i s i> a v e r y good . cide to be gem rous and benevo- Paisley seriously cautioned the le- Scotch and Soda and a gooey ren- d i t i o n of a siippy ballad whose the f e e l i n g oi the n i ^ h t - e l u b com- efluse lor one to c o i H n b u l o to." l e n t . \ \ h y don't you reallv t h i n k inales in t h e audience not to f u l l ic appeasing t h e audience w i t h you say. NO MY 1 - H I K N D . IT | w h a t your benevolen'cv involves in love w i t h troubadours such as lyrics went "Cling to me darling. Say t h a t y o u ' l l be mine a h u n - sillv songs, rather t h a n the folk- ISN'T This rise in h e a l t h only be tore m a k i n g the step. There himself, but instead, instructed slnuer c h a l l e n g i n g their ideas and perpetuates the lives of hundreds I are many more hrncflclnl chnri them to marry nine-to-five guys dred years from today." Those songs, nil w r i t t e n by Paisley, made telling it like it is—poelic.nlly. of of m i l l i o n s >r> t h e y can live longer . ties to c o n t r i b u t e to which have since they are the b u l w a r k s of the course. Alwavs the feeling of to lace lhi> .VroelUes of s t a r v a t i o n ' ( • U r n ti l p above fnciors i n t o con- n a t i o n . Thanks to the sermon, our for a t r u l y u n f o r g e t t a b l e show. pure Irish tenor beneath all that longer Would it bo better to dk1 sideration. n a t i o n a l security is once more re- Most of the evening was spent hip jjarb. He is much more a Bob inforced. God Bless America. listening to Puisiey rap; this is Coulet t h a n a Hob Dvlan. The major portion of Paisley's what he seemed to do and enjoy More t h a n one-hundred people singing net was comprised of f u n - most. He commented on a vast wandered in and out of the Snack number of subjects, and particu- Bar to hear Pnlsle.y. A majority of Coming c /•^ • boon: ny songs that never rose above the mildly amusing. A prime ex- larly enjoyable was his qui|c ex- them remained for the entire show* ample is Sldnty, a ditty about a cellent mimicking of foreign ac- Some people were even veterans queer hairdresser who perishes in cents. It is difficult to label his "A Christmas g'rft to Adelphi from the Arts11 a fire attempting to retrieve his comic style, because he really of previous shows. Which leads purse. Jt is cliche, c'uttcrcd, and didn't have one. Paisley attempted me to conclude two things: Firstly Iho subject isn't, really funny.,AJ- many. JJa - tried : to Jx> satirical, (Continued on rage Fifteen) ; tfS:*?^^^ Pag« Ten THE DELPHIAN Wednesday, November 27, 1968 Words Before Wordlessness GOLD MASK Presents Created and Directed by Jacques Burdick DECEMBER 5, 6 and 7 7:30 and 10 p.m BAGS, BOATS, TUBS AND KIDS (A Miracle Play for Children) DECEMBER 8 3 p.m. THE LITTLE THEATRE STUDENTS ADMITTED FREE WITH ID CARD Adelphi University's Entry in the American College Theatre Festival NoV«mUr 27, 1968 PILLORY THEATRE I" 13 H 'r>' t£*J4**t A ;*'* r ' '*: i rt >' & entertainment •/>>""" i i.. *Jrn-, -*r? t* , ' ' - - , . > **•* -^ * • - , vV, <ntl**' * • i I' '" '* « ** X *"^ •'*'" • ' ' - ! * ' • * . \ ' ' -•., . h . * t .*' j ' *, ' ' ** ' •" * * / . ' C DEC. 5, 6, 7 and 8 f-^^r^^'T-r,••';'•*>•"'••• . ,- •"yy" . ,t«* 'r-'". '--JHM-.-I.--•-^^^-' -• - • • '1 " • ••• ^ • .y. . . . ,, .i .A 1 .,*•.. » . « . (Jw.U... '•^" ''•"""''^ -c '(* - . ^j . " ' . Awake an by Holly Ritter Last Tuesday night in Wood- r u f f Hall, the Adelphi U n i v e r s i t y j Glee Club, directed by Hob Lawson, hold its first concert of I he season. Il consisted of choral and solo selections, and featured The University Octet (Robert Jackson, Conductor). I liked it. This is' jus; about all 1 can .say critically on t h e subject owing to the fact that my formal training iji music consists ol one gut course in t w e l l l h grade. But per- haps I could go so 1'ar as to say -hat culain selections wore spec- I ial' \ ! First on the program was Music! 1 of the Polyphonic Era. In singing ' Bob Jackson and his melodic crew. Pianist Penetrates these religious songs, the Glee ! C l u b became a c h o i r ; sometimes Selections from La Boheme were | Lance, and in the baritone of ' angelic, sometimes h u m a n — this next. Here, individual abilities Roger Wangerin, the bass of by Mady Mandel carried i n t o the romantic section. probably depended on your prof- were displayed. And let me calm : Robert Jackson and the tenor of \ i fears about talent depriva-1 Duane Hughes. Each has an ex- It was a real pleasure to attend ' H o w e v e r , Gelbcr pulled it off w i t h ' ( > 1 •(.nco for a p a r t i c u l a r song. M i n e ] it Adeiphi: there is talent a t , ceptionally fine voice and the as Gloria .Juh last Monday night's concert at the j suitable aplomb. The Scherzo M o l - . * ( \\ Adelphi. It exists in the sopranos knack for capturing character ia Viv c Garden City High School. B r u n o ' * » * e was also weil done, and .„„, f()1.(.c ,„ lhosc ;. c , crljons I of Faith Collings and P a t r i c i a his movemonls and expressions. Wiis l u The third portion of the pro- Leonardo Gclber, virtually an u n - | q»» u ''tfy, even and pro- gram was devoted to Negro Spirit- known pianist proved himself to | C I S C - A l 1 of t h e various themes ua!s. Bo'h the Glee C l u b and the be one of today's most promising Octot performed. In the three- '(most pianists are inclined lo nc- talents. jcenluaie the right hand, to the done by the Glee Club, the one Gclber began w i t h an oxpros- ' d c t r e m e n l of t h e l e f t ) . The Largo thai most appealed to me was, sivo interpretation of Beethoven's , section was penetratingly e.xprcy There is a Balm In Gilead; a wist- Sonata in K f l a t Op. B l a (Les j M V l > - ""d Olbner s h o w e d ;KJ u n - f u l , m e b n c h o l y lamen* for com- Adieux). His face bore no e x - - ' . ( ann v l : i l c n t f o r P h r a s i n - (one a l - fort. Tho Octet in its performance pression. and his hands glided nias t wishes he would edit:,). Tho of Soon Ah W i l l Be Done showed F i n a l e Presfo von tanto U ; I S (l( groat force and v i t a l i t y ; the effortlessly over the piano keys. | ' " He has m a g n i f i c e n t power in his t-isivoly performed, and I ;t;n out strength of the finish issuing out lingers, and his arched wrists " ( l t superlatives! from e i g h t singers was a m a / i n g — o not cv?n the Gloc Club (with its wen the paragone of what every I A l l - i n - a l l . I predict grrai ( l u n g s pianist strives to achieve, in re- I for Bruno Leonardo (Jelber. TJiis t h i r t y - f i v e members) seemed to be , . . . t h a t overpowering in its volume. gard to position. The entire Sona- i)oy has t a i n t and 1 ex poet to ta was extremely well-played see his name Adrlphi University indeed has a throughout, and Gclber showed one (Jay. Viva Golbor! Gleefully they sing. Glee Club. In fact, I could go so remarkable command of the in- far as to say it has a f i n e Gloo strument (for once. I did not ob- Club, a groat Glee Club — great ject to that lousy Steinway.) Tho first half of the program concluded with Schumann's Cor- , nival, a common enough piece for ' such recitals. However. Gelber . b * M *lanie Chartoff The p l a i n e d l h a t t h e primary i n t e n - n a t u r a l motivations, not to those to Burdick in its q u a l i t y , virtuosilv and feel- intf. But some might call me preju- diced. gave it a new life. From the mo-! Perhaps Dr. Jacques Burdick. sion of t h e alorcmenlioMcd form is which they feel are forced or ex- merit he began his self-assured ; u.]lo s]m;uls . Ulo 1JOSJK ., S 0| ,,H.0(.h to e x c i t e the n u d u - i u v in an at " peeled.) The moustache*!, macro- Dogpatch - A mo>phci c remk rod u n i ' a t m i i a r by biotically nourished prolcssor con- attack, (reminiscent of Philippe ; « . . . . , Enlrcmont), I knew I was in for • • r 'and , - . minic amongst i n i e i c s l e d |K u n i q u e ;hca! r i c i i l i l y a treat. He brought out the tops | A c U - l p h i m a t r i c u l a n t s , rnav prove (lor.Mi'i m a k e ils \ i e w e i s comfort Hint rson College lhat the length of it ; curs w i l h Dr. Thomas Haas of Doggone Place by Sandj God man of each cord, a "trick" which is ' as m o t i v a t i n g t o some a s p i r i n g ; n - able w i l h t h e c o m e n J i i i n s norm;il!y a piece should not exceed one often d i f f i c u l t to achieve especial- . lists' career a s Marcel M a i c c a u . a . - ^ i p c i a l t J w;lh an e v e n i n g ' s en I h o u r , nor should it encompass Although technical direction was ly w i t h Sohtimann's "wide" chords, j A l e j a n d r o .lodnrowxky. Peier In l ; ' ' i i i ! K 11!." ;ii)(i om- JM-IS 111* mi- • more t h a n one idea in ils en a bit slow, the Dogpatch dancers Gelbcr possessed n i l of (he lech- Brook and Jer/y G r o i u w s k i h ; « \ e pic^iua Hi.iJ i: ix t i n - !hea!e: ! t : ( l y , or else it risks losing the were right on their toes as U'l niquos necessary to render an o f - ! been to hi> own \\ ho :- lijiai-cu .loiiicd (o t!ic v i e w e r s ' interest. Ha 1 '*' d i r e c t i o n Abner opened at Mincola Theater, fective interprelalion of this dif •' "I i h i n k J o d o r o w s k i (em ie:i'.ly a\ a n l e g;i: ;lc appi'iiaciu-s. w h(»se of H u c h n o r ' s Woyieck received November 19. Falling flagpoles, f l c u l t work. lie was able to ' I he ilire;-lor o| r o i i t e i n p n i ,n y r o i i c e r n e d w i d e iicclaim f o l l o w i n g I l i a ' com- forgotten sets find l i g h t i n g cues, change his style in a m o m e n t , if | ( h e a t e r in M e x i c o C i t > ) and \u* \ \ i t h pany's a p p t a r a n c o at A d e l p h i U n i - did n o t h i n g to distract the Mineola players from their purpose — the t h e music called for it. . concept ol arrabal or ' p a n i c !hea I | l i c i t I 1 1 1 . M r t h e s | ! ' - v e r s i t y last year, which has evoked v presentation of Dogpatch. Tho second part ol" t i n program ! o i ' was the mos! i i i i p o . l«"il !"'"«' I h r a i i - r e x p e r i e n c e hv a I h e a l r i c a i exchange program bo- 'Continued on Pane Fourteen) consisted of Chopin's mo\ in;; in mv l i l o " Dr l l u i (lick ex w i n . come I M p r e p a r e d I ween our schools SonatA in B minor, Op. f>8 Tile v ii.il you're iinin:t Piliory production wa^- A L I . K G H O MAKSTOSO w a s begun i y : u i p!;iee .1 p r i s n r i i:i a f i l ' i l e \vell-i-ecetved on ' h o Hoslo» 1 a f ' e r p r o v i o w i n g ( h e i r No- ! in t h e classical s t v l e , and su: - I I P l ; i i m l . ; n o. e v e n mi prlsinuly onougli, this was e\en n ' ; , i i \\. . h i s ; t':i; I M i l l oro 1C). -Milr;:| One asper! of M u r d i c k ' s ;>r \t\\" -A ! U;iM| u h i c h he l»as d e r i v e d )>;i'-l nil" Ports Corner think!" lil'ijin! Ironi Ins sliuluvs of (Jrowlowski is i I lie unseen i n n e r work iiu-s of )x onie's- minds. li'imnsos How* lnn;j must we w a i l " ; . i - i i r u . - < < ( . i i •.> ;iti ml i- *liim»nsioiis of t h e i r The promised green pa*! es. :n.-u-y ( \ \ ! i ; e ! i v.i! he al ned oppcscd U) Die sUmd-rd lh:»:i blue sky. y (lr;iN:ic.-illv (hieing the se-'tiiiy '>' Niference.. in w h i c h veiled Woody roil .sky'.' c - i p a c i l y ) r a l h r r l h a t i t h a t physical ; o u i n l i o r i s can o n l v bo i m p l i e d . How long iwisi we* wail ' 1 conl;ic| l \ p c i u n c i i a l i o i i . w h i c h | "' rlu> s ( i r l ( l f l h i n « W(1 ' r|i ( I " i l l f The blessing ol" silence. sound, r u n r n i . ' y is r a r r i n l on in some "»w w i l l prohnbly never bo com symphony? o l f - H r o a . i w a v eiule^vois. ' m o r c i a l l y successful;" b u t ( n n - 9 "I fee] Hun . J u l i a n Heck, . l u d i l h j wilh n d i « nl the f l a u r n n l m^i j How lone must wo w a i t Tho c o n f l i c t of two lovers' al M n l i n n a n d t h r h i v i n g Theolcr O f ! n e r i t v o l tho n r o u n d - n r n a d w n v olin wr? New York have no corn-op'ion of join's), money is not Dr. Burdick's How long must wo w a i t ? t h e tension span of nn audience. object. 'Til n Kay of hope ends the The humlh and i n t e n s i t y of t h e i r One gets the Impression t h a t Jo Carney, Dtan Dlttman, «nd conflic* and brings with it productions wenr you to u frazzle." i Dr. Jarciucs Burdick Is t"»relv sfltis Raltton Hill, portraying the Al The promise and blessing of (And Jacques wants his spectators fled with his own finished pro- Capp characters Stupefy In* Peace. to be in fu'l control of their wits, ducts But out of this Jones, Marryln' Sam, and Dr« Rama Krishna I Burdick In action to hiss or applaud according to their (Continued on Page Thirteen) Flnsdato, In U'L ABNKP. I Ptga Twtlve THE N««mlMr 27v 1961 izatlons. In view of the fact that People aro'too quick t» btlieve tht Pillory evolved out of the Mime- "Columbia U. ><ttuldn*t ihappon *t 14 Happenings Theatre, and its plays evolve out of rehearsals, actor? and director working together, Dr. Burdick ad- A. U.' myth,*' the "every problem has a solution myth/' and tht changes will cause tranquility by Bill Schwtlitr weighing commuter and dorm ity and the menu; Oracle was mits to the possibility that the -•myth:'1 Those ore the fallacies, of votes unequally. The motion was budgeted to produce 200 extra future may lead him and his com- a non-communicating university. Trying to get a maximum withdrawn because the weighting copies nnd Photo Journal was •amount of work done in n very of votes can be accepted or re- given$750 to produce its journal.                       pany away from Grotowskl and             The only way steps can be taken
short week, Student Council held jected after the referendum is                                                         on to its own concept of theatre.         toward a more liberal education;
At the special meeting it was       For the present, Pillory works to         not an absolute solution or "hap-
two S.A. meetings Monday night. held. Meanwhile, meal-ticket hold- moved to ask the Business Depart-
It was a toss-up as to which meet- ers nnd non-holders will be fun- ment to allow students to sit on                    perfect the course which it has           py ending," is through .students!
ing was the more (or less) produc- nelod into separate voting booths. tho Curriculum Committee. Also                    taken. Its director and two of its        working as a responsible body ot
tive. What happened was that the Another motion that was with- passed was.the formation of a Fi-                        members had the opportunity to            power.
regular meeting was adjourned drawn called for a moratorium on nance Committee. Student Council,                        visit with Grotowski and experi-                 The floor was opened to the
(prematurely and a special meet- discussion of food nt S.A. meet- by this move, abdicated as the di-                    ence the work of his company In                audience and opinions clashed,
ing had to be called in order to ings. Many Council members are rect supervisor of S.A. funds.                          Edinburgh last summer. The Pil-                proving that communication is a
consider some really important tirod of rehashing the same old Council is so busy monkeying with                        lory is currently the only theatre             useful means toward amassing
items. Some news items given in                                                                                         company in the United States ex-              possible workable solutions to
stuff.                                      academic affairs that it can't be     ploring the potentials of Jer/y               planning for a liberal education
the President's Report (at meeting                                                bothered to take care of the stu-
no. 1) included a reminder about           An amendment to last week's                                                   Grotowski's method with the mas-                 At least three differing idea*
dent's money.                          ter's permission. This distinction
the meeting of the Arts and Sci- bousing proposal was passed.                                                                                                          were presented. Dr. Johnson, Da-
affords Adclphi's students a uni-             vid Haggish, Dr. Miller of the
ences Curriculum Committee. The Council decided that students un-
que opportunity of experiencing               Biology Department, Dr. Camp of
future of general requirements is der 21 who are legally indepen-
the .subject of that meeting. dent of their parents .should de-                  The Origin...                           Grotowski's concept of theatre in
action. An evening spent on the
the History Department, Dr. Giosi*
of the Sociology Depart ment,
Teacher-Course evaluation booklets cide where they will live. In the (Continued from Page Fourteen)
"Pillory" should prove to be an               and Dr. Roster of the English De-
will soon be available. Tho Presi- area of Academic Affairs, a mo- "a celebration of letters," which
interesting encounter with experi-            partment, upheld an "Action Theo-
dent also mentioned something tion was made and passed that the evokes a chain of myths and ar-
mental theatre.                               ry" in which students would be
new to come out of the Faculty Academic Standards Committee be ticles of faith having special sig-
Senate. A University Committee requested to accept an expansion nificance for western society. The                                                                     given free expression of oplnioa
on Educational Policy, to bo com- of (lie pass-fail option. It i.s pro- accent, however, is not on the                                                                 on an equal level with decision
prised of four faculty members posed that .students be allowed to storyline, but rather, on individ-                                                                   making bodies, such as the Board
and four students, will sMidy plans take any number of courses as ual pertinence. "Hunesglee 11 will                     The Changing...                               of Trustees and Faculty Senate.
Other included ideas were having
•and proposals for change and/or pass-fail course. This will elimi- be presented on Adelphi's campus                      (Continued from Page One)
reform of (of course) educational nate the rat-race for "the grade." in the Little Theatre on December gality. financial aid and advice professors available for he'p or
policy.                                It will probably eliminate honors 5th, 6th, and 7th, at 7:30 and                                                              I consultation as desired, and re*
and f u t u r e for A.A. which SC ! evaluation or abolition of various
From Student \Vc.lfnre Commit- such as- Dean's List, cum laude 10:00 each evening. Coupled with and students working together' requirements,
tee comes the minor remark that and .vo forth. It was also stated "Runesjjlce" at these performances there can be a f u t u r e for A. U. •
the m i \y parking lot may not be t h a t , under the new policy, honor- will be the presentation of Pil- which will "serve the defense of | Dr. Davis of the Education De-
for students. The same committee aries would have to change their lory's own stage adaptation of human valuds and return educat-j partment expressed a "Listen
urges nil Student Council members policies and f i n a l l y admit the tru- j Mrozek's "The Elephant," a polit. ed, rather than skilled men, t o , Theory" in which he asserted that
to attend S.D.S. meetings because ly deserving students-. In my opin- \ Seal satire which previewed No- society."
f
power had to be designated to a
1 responsible, knowledgeable group,
"S.D.S. nnd Sludent Council are • ion, his remark is totally out of j vember 24th for a youth group on                  Speaking for the Student As^oci- ; rather than "laymen." Their
working in the same direction"! order. Student Council insults Long Island. The Sunday matinee ation was Co-President, David Hag-i
Til e Kn s t for Fr e ed o m w a s a j those students for whom honors | of Pillory Theatre. December 8th gish, who was concerned with t h e ' opinion would always be consid-
and honoraries constitute well de-•'                                                                                            ered, but final decisions should bo
•great success (403 students forcvd i                                              at 3:00, will offer for the first "myths" enveloping the e d u c a t i o n - ! made by the "professionals."
served recognition. Roth honors j
themselves to skip meals at Past .
and honoraries arc not incentives, j time, a children's theatre. Pillory al system. He refuted that tho " m a - 1 Dr. Arth concluded by support-
Hall), however no ono is sure whore '
thoy are recognition of effort nnd , will present "Hags, Roals. Tubs. ! joi-jiy arc j n [ a vor of changing i ing the first group while under-
tho pjocccd.s arc going. Until dc- \
achievement. Pass-fail can be sue-! and Kids" n miracle play for chil- | myth," stating that apathy was.
tails i:ro forthcoming, the f u n d s ,
ot'ssful w i t h o u t wiping out all ac-i dren which deals wilh the life of p r e d o m i n a n t / f o r less than 10% o f ! standing the views of the second
collected will remain w i t h S.A..                                                Saint Nicholas of Myra.            the student body was seriously i n - ; theory, which was a demonstration
A motion was presented to do-                                                    Pillory's work does not end with
lay the Food Referendum, which             Another motion passed asks these performances. The company torcstcd in motivating change di- of his own brand of power. "As
rccfly through student body ac- j Aretha Franklin would say," quot-
-will bo bold on Doc. 2 and 3, pend- Food Committee to check into t h e ! continues to rehearse and per- tion. His final myths brought stark ' cd Dr. Arth, "All I want is a Httl*
ing ;i ruling on the legality of continuing problem of food q u n l - 1 form for schools and small organ- reality before the informal f o r u m : RESPECTI"

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The Gospel...
(Continued from Page Eleven)
tion arises an incredible dedication
That's Life!         by Richard M. Zaiff
and self-discipline which is instiled
FACES — The parly's over. general, the feeling was that this
n those individuals w i t h whom he            The guests have gone, leaving W et group of fine actors directed
works most closely. Hi.s past has              rings on table tops, and foul smell- themselves, and found the depth
been jam-packed ivhh artistic                  ing ash heaps in coffee saucers, j and e m o t i o n for their parts by
achievements: the Bertram N e w -              The stale house is empty and the ; themselves. Of course t h a t is not
house Prize in Sculpture, a Ful                silence rings in your cars. You , all there is to d i r e c t i n g . Thoro
arc Ir.uuhcd-oul, turned off. and j is camera work, much of which'
bright W. Grant for Medieval Lit-              God awful tired and yet you're wa.s hand-held, jerky, and sloppy.
erature to the University of Aix               smiling. That's the feeling 1 was : And (here is editing. The f i l m ran
in France, designer, coslumcr. ac-             left with when FACES ended. I t - two hours and ten minutes and
tor for opera guilds, Russian bal-             left we l i m p but immeasurably could easily have been reduced
lets — at the present he is con-               satisfied with some of the best by a half an hour. There were
acting I have seen on (he screen _ numerous scenes thai were pain-
cerned w i t h exploration in the
this year. There arc rumors about i f u l l y dragged out making me won-'
"bi^ garden" that he calls t h e a t e r .     Lynn Carlin being Hip lirst non- der where it was going. In reply
and his f u t u r e will be filled w i t h     professional actress to ever win to a comment t h a t the f i l m ran
.nore of the same.                             an Academy Award and they arc a l i t t l e too long, Cassavetes v°-
But a mere glimpse at a pio-                not predicting an impossibility, \ plied. "I can't t a k e t h a t criticism.
neer in the "Thea'.er of Glimpses"             John Marlcy, who bad the male i Co and see THE SHOES OF THE
's not s u f f i c i e n t evidence for UK     lead, h a s already received t h e " F I S H E R M A N . " There are other
formulation of an opinion con-                 Best Actor Award at the Venice directorial lapses, such as. Hie title?
:crning the q u a l i t y ol his crea-         Film Festival and deservediy so. j was never e x p l a i n e d , ei'her during"
ivily. See the Pillory Theater prc-           He was sensitive and humorous ; or a f t e r the film. The opening of-
•dilations . - . nnd if you don't             and gave great depth to the part '. the f i l m i n d i i c a t e s t h a t FACES is
like them, smiply s a y s o . . .              of Ihe pushing-til) h u s b a n d , out a f i l m w i t h i n a f i l m , however that
for t h a t "last fling."                     too was never explained, and the
Intrusions into Ihe (Jargnnluan                    FACES can be f a v o r a b l y com t h e m e was not carried through.
Mind                                      pared to V I R G I N I A WOOLF from : I may not have too much re-
The L i v i n g Dead have e r r h e d         (he point of x i e w ol .subject m a i - spect lor Cassavetes as a direc-
Are they here to slay?                        ler ami a c t i n g . However as far • t o r . (I n c \ e r had any respect for
I'.'s up to you —                             n.s who made the f i l m . John Cas- him a< an actor) but I won't lelt
If you ^el lo the world on t i m e .          savetes should noi be mentioned t h a i d e t r a c t from w h a t was an
They have been hero before it                 in the s.mie breath w i t h A l i k e i excellent f i ' m . It is the story of
seems.                                      Nichols. I n e \ e r w o u l d have f e l l , a middle-aged, middle-income cou-
Rooming on his guitar.                                                     For all k n o w i n g is in t i n M i n d .   (his way bad Cassavetes not shown ple whose children have grown
With them they brini* deep, dark              up at the preview screening up and gone off. Their once

Simon Says S            by Linda Truzzolino
despair.
This I know --- as w e l l as you
W h a t lo do?
which was given for editors of roomy for-a-fnmily-of-four house
college new>papeis. IK- was un- is now slightiy descried for a
cxpected and u n a n n o u n c e d , and f a m i l y of t w o . She says he's no-
he subtly made a fool of h i m s e l f . - t h i n g but a sex-machine who
Ask h i m . me ami you                        He asked for c r i t i c i s m and re- : comes home and wants la j u m p
On Thursday, November 21, the                 wonders of t h e mass media). 1                          For il" one of us knows.                      .jeeted, or discarded it w i t h no ! i n t o bed. lie says he \ \ a n t s a
New Coffee House presented Joel                  was forced lo question my own                            Th( n All     know.                           e x p l a n a t i o n s . He then proceeded ' d i v o r c e and \ \ a l k s out to spend
Simon reading his poetry. Accur-                 sensibilities and s e n s i t i v i t i e s have         No Time to t h i n k -- no! now               l ' ) e x p l a i n how he directed the : the e v e n i n g u i t h a sensitive pros-
ately sell classified as mostly pro-             J been so bombarded by television,                       Too late •- they're already here.             film whose screenplay he had a l - 1 t i t u t e (played by Cassavetes' wife.
test poems, Mr. Simon was at his                 movies nnd newspapers that I can                         Hclux your M i n d and                        so w r i t t e n . 11 seems t h a t his ac- Ciena Rowlands). From there on it
best when reading his "other" po-                no longer react to the image* of                         Let t h e m lake you a w a y .                tors rewrote or adlibbed much o f : just grabs you by the throat and
etry.                                            h u n g e r and injustice'.' One t h i n g i>                                Kama K r i s h n a I      the script. "Well. I haled the just won't let go, and • • well
Somehow. I could noi feel any                 certain though — one half h o u r                                                                      script I r o m t h e start anyway." In            . That's Life.
indignation or disgust or protest                of a c c u m u l a t e d protesting d i l u t e s
at the v i v i d images ol" f i l t h , vomit,   t h e mood it tries lo create.
hur.utT, and blood choking the                        In one pot in. Mr. Simon hu-
earth. Uu! it is just possible lhal              morously juxtaposes seemingly mi-
the poet purposely understated his               relaie.l words loge'.her. A n o t h e r
rending. nMli/ing Hint we have all               poem. Amerika, condi mns i l ^ I m w -
heard ii before and q u i l e possibly           geois Miciely. Kach l i n e c f l o r l i v c -
have seen it before ( t h a n k s to the         !y begins "I am \\eary" and the
put in ended wj h w h a t had lo be
the ironical t \ \ i y j of the evening.
Soon the Pier w i l l come i n t o                                                                                       RYTHMN AND NEWS                                     three years back, started things off quite well and
"and 'hen [ t u r n e d a w a v from
got better as they progressed. Their bag is a mix-
the mi'-ror." Ii is t h a i k i n d of in
Those Healle concerts w i l l be Dec. 15. 16 and
And I. nnd my S u r f b o a r d w i l l                                                                                                                                      lure of ragtime, country, and rock, w h i c h they do
M u h t ' h a l indicnles »hc "shnll f i n d
17 in Kngland before small audiences and for char-
ride the Pier                                                                                                                                                              as well as anyone. The integral component hero
the o n l y rose g r o w i n g in tin
ily. An hour lape will probably bo made. Talk is
And Both of Us Will . . .                                                                                                                                                    is t h e v i l a l i t y w i t h w h i c h they approach their mate-
dark." I hope so.             now of a U.S. tour in t h e spring or summer, and
"Wipe-Out                                                                                                                                                                    rial, from t h e i r style of playing lo the Charleston
The poet slates in Unproportion-
word has it t h a t i t ' l l be five, as a g i f t from the                                    Ihe d r u m m e r does in the few seconds of one of
Death -- Oblivion.                             al Sensitivity t h a t lie loves lii'e
group for t h e support they've gotten from U S .                                               Jesse's solos. Their shortcoming, though, must be
And We'll go down                              MI much. Hint he must b< w i t h
lans. Talk about support —I saw their new a l b u m
Doing what we loved the most.                                                                                                                                                t h e i r lack of veix.nliiity; most all of their numbers
losers . . . something to i h i n k
out for $8.37 in tho Village! By the w a y . the group are in the described bag. However, their change And I w i l l be . . . ONK :'boul a.s I lef! Ihe comfortable has been vacationing since completing the album. ()\K w i t h t h e waves. of style, t e m p o , and a shift lo meaningful lyrics l o w e r depths ol" K a t i e H a l l . Uingo is home. George has been in L.A on some t i l ) helped to put i h c i r f i n a l number oversell: Rama K r i s h n a I business, J o h n and Yoko have been in court for Poets and studon's of podrv r:m "(Jet Together." (It's Ihe t h i n g Dummy D a n ' l n - divorce proceedings, adultery and possession of look forward lo Dr. Hodlke of Ihe gnun uses for his brotherhood commercial—"C'mon Am I ihe same person Knglish Department rcedim: hi>m a r i j u a n a , w h i l e Paul has been w a l k i n g around people, smile on your brother . . .") I knew l?n years ngo? N.Y. unrecogni/.ed --- because his hair has been poetry, nnd olher p n r l i c i n a l i n j ! Canned Heat provided a good compliment to The same person combed back. Seen any longhairs recently you members of t h ' . Knglish I>en:n-i- !he Youngbioods as 'hey moved their heavy rockin' I knew t< n minutes ago? men) to read theirs A delini'e just couldn't place? blues I n t o action. They make no secret of the fact How about now? Am I over Ueorganl/ations and redirections may soon take d - t e w i l l be announced some l i m e !hat their band has come together lo play the old Now? oiler Thanksgiving vacation. its toll. Along w i t h Cream's breakup and .lanis blues w i t h n fresh approach nnd a very large dose iS'o — jusi, past — j u s t f u l u n \ .loplin's split from Big Brother add Dave Mason of power. Larry Taylor's bass, which comes from Never Now leaving T r a f f i c and a redirection or d i s b a n d i n g two enormous amps, hns got lo be the deepest and What am I to do about the person Euphoria 2 of Quicksilver Messinger Service nnd .limi lien- fullest I've e v e r heard. What's more, he knows how T knew drlx Experience. lo use it. Not to be outdone, king-sue lead guitar- Ten years ago — Ten m i n u t e r HIGH t stood upon a rock There'll be a free concert nt the Flllmorc Doc. ist, Henry Vestine puts together six four-foot amps ngo — the person Now? my head to the sun 27 with the MC5. Super Sessions and Knrth Opera and n lot of t a l e n t to produce some very heavy, Is he good*' Is he bad? ev«» to the «•• htu'p been added to tho Doc. 0. 7 concert there excellent riffs. Did someone say heavy? Lead sing- Is he Mo? HELPIl I'm a rock with Same nnd Dave. Beach Boys ore currently er Bob Hitc checks in at well over 200 Ibs nnd has How far must I go to sep.unle touring England with a 45 piece orchestra. Stones 1 ti blues voice lo match. A good blues group needs mvself album out. a bottleneck guitar, mouthharp. and drums to com- From the Preyrnt? S*'per nunimv award goes to the Control Board plete the setup. They arc provided by Alan Wilson From 'he Pa«t? of WALI for locking up the new Beatles' album and Adolpho de la Parra. Together. Canned Heat Fr«m *hn Future? the first day they got it. The announcers first tried rotes, for me, as this country's best white blues Two Th^ee peonlc, (Continued from Page Nine) to plav it on a folk show and then committed the band. Two-Thr?e minds. I dastardly act of not filing it away. We'll get to OenHvitv — How does it work? for Adclphi University, for free, WALI in a subsequent article. As great as they are on the old stuff, they still for n weekday night, Tom Paisley Concert Rap leave me short nt limes. First, they seem to have \Vhv does it work? forgotten that they're a white bnnd mostly from F^t'ng — Soul — Move me — •vas the best entertainment around, The Fillmorc East presented another fine show the North. Why must we be subjected to HItc's NOW. "econdly, some people really en- this past weekend featuring three different -forms Interpretation of a block plantation accent? ("Pon- EvervtMng — All — Good. of done by of its -best representatives. 'ovcd him. Aficr all, anybody On rock bill were three Buttarfly, Canntd Ht«t and the Iron cho feel gud now lhatcha lissen tun all dot boo- Ii mil** he Now. t fichl") It's corny, he uses it fnr too often, (some- Not tomorrow, LTVE. who MCls juiced up with Dave Van the Youngblocds. The Inttor group, who took their name from times over Vestifles-solos) and it amounts to one Kama K r i s h n a I I *»onk and Patrick Sky can't be ! a l l bad. the leader Jcwte'CoIiHryounf *a flue «olo r « , , . - .(Continued on -Pane ; fourteen; Pag* THE D E L P H I A N Wodntiday, Novtmbtr 27 Reverberations...Thirteen) The Origin Of .{ (Continued ftom Pa0e classical influences of church music, which is not ? large drag. If that weren't enough for false au- thenticity, try on names like "Blind Owl," "Mole," surprising since his dad was a church organist. His sounds mix in perfectly with thc wanderings A New Species "Sunflower,'* "Bear," and "Fito." Retch! of Erik Bramm, the 17 year old Boston resident Second complaint; everyone should not be en- who plays lead guitar and produces absolutely tered into a long jam session if everyone docs not frightening effects. have a lot to play and especially if they tend to Their two longer pieces stand well above their depart very radically, very rapidly from the direc- shorter compositions, though, and without these tion of thc number. "Mole" Taylor and his bass Butterfly would be just another head group. "In-a- check in here along with Fito thc drummer. Any- Gadda-Dn-Vlda" is a 17 minute cut which in my way, Heat still came off very well and did leave mind stands among the two or three best compo- us favorably impressed. sitions of 1968. The number, according to Ingle, is Iron Butterfly topped off thc evening with about life. 6n Friday it was dedicated to JKK, a some very fine, very progressive material. Their man Ingle feels knew a lot about life. It lasted stuff is interwoven with the same precision and over half an hour, and save for an unwarranted innovation that goes into producing some of their extension of the drum solo and an amp failure, was space ase sounds. They stand far above Canned the highlight of the evening. Onc of thc reasons Heat in the way they stay together and feature Butterfly is underrated is that the progressive each instrument, guitar, organ, drums, and bass, stations don't often devote long blocks of time to as part of the whole. The organist, Doug Ingles, one number; don't let that stop you: this one has is most responsible here. His compositions are got to be heard. They ended their concert with superb and show two strong influences: Thc Frisco "Theme," their other great long piece, leaving us acid-rock sound which he'd like to lead, and the quite happy. "Words before Wordlessness," Is the Pillory motto-. Dr. Burdlck Haight in Ashes by Paul Brians Dog Patch... (Continued from Page Eleven) Characterization for the most gives some words of wisdom to oast members during a recent rehearsal. by Heidi von Obeneutr When I went -back to Haight Street this summer. I Part was excellent, although there In April of 1967 Adelphi University's Mime Theatre, found what I had" thought impossible: things -had deteri- were a few off moments such under the direction of Dr. Jacques Burdick. appeared at the as Dagmnr's appearances. Portray- World Festival of University Theatre in Nancy, France. orated even further. The Straight Theatre was closed, the ing sexy sensual Appassionato, she Oracle had-ceased-publication, rock groups no longer played looked just a bit haggard for the The company's offering was an avant garde approach to for anything but money. Between natives and tourists, the role. Many of her "good" lines mime, which had evolved during the course of rehearsals balance had definitely shifted in favor of the tourists. But were lost in the flood of the for its annual production. A group of student activists jeered even the tourist dollars were no longer sustaining the street. accompaniment — the fault of the at the American performers, not as artists, but as Ameri- director and not Dagmar herself. The sidewalks wtfre lined with kids mutternnp; "spare Still, it did seem that she could change?" to every passerby, interspersed with "wannu buy Thc plane ride home from Nan- • greater chance to connect with have put just n bit more into it. some grass?". Grass was the only commodity still doinjr Then, the audience could have be- cy was, predictably, a depressing him. well in the Haight Street exchange. The poster and bead come involved rather than "turned one for the company. Most of its Jerzy Grotowski is not seeking stares looked moribund. Early in the spring a riot between off" each time -she appeared. seventeen performers would no ' international applause. His search : cops and' kids had resulted in smashed windows and looted , . . .. lotiger be working with fDr. Bur-, tU u l . n,,,. i s for truth, not an affluent thea- . ' . . *..«„.« stores, and the windows were still boarded over. Somebody The acting of handsome Michael j. , c. ,, u i «• „ tr<j or 4 the offering of "an eve- Beirnc and lovely Willi Burke dick Some would be graduating; i , . . . ,„ was passing out free sandwiches on the street, and the worst ,u other s wanted .u- T * j nothing more to I nines entertainment." h thing wa« how surprised everybody was, asking, "Really? | more t h n n mado "Pjor-the short- do with the type of theatre which P iIIor V Theatre, which evolved For free?" Wherever it is, the Haight is no longer where' comings, however. Miss Burke as had evolved, for Mime Theatre from the original mime company, it's at. Daisy Mae came across convinc- is ingly w i t h each line, and Mr had moved, most decidely, out o f , presently comprised of two boys The> grew in chrome cages g.-a-bbing up fistfuls of it Beirnc's physique alone was the realm of pure mime. A few and four girls. Their work is based in cloth of go'd chewing and swallowing it enough as a show stopper. For- members, however, felt that the on some of the principles of Jer- and they shined 1 innately, his acting ability was direction which Mime Theatre had . W Orotowski. The objectives anrl the dirt thod arc ncw and shined equal to his looks, and Li'l Abner taken was worth following. What ! ™ <«aUve. they shone the earth, they said Pillory seeks to wake up the "col- was before your eyes as if he had was to become the nucleus of and" the air was so pure lective unconscious" of its audi- iust stepped out from the Al Adclphi's present Pillory Theatre oncc Dr Burd ck so wholesome And listen Capp comic strip. approached Dr. Burdick during the - - | ^plains the/ could not feel themselves no process as "holding up to public On c of the highlights of the trip home from Nancy to ask the view and scorn something for breathe listening is not it evening was a duet between Li'l question, "Where can we go from ridicule." Thus, the name "Pil- and daily transfusions of not where it's at Abner and Daisy Mae entitled here?" 1 cool, cool cash like Namely You. A mere slip in this The group agreed to investigate, lory/ the means of public pun- were injected into their veins let the body be ishment through ridicule. b e a u t i f u l ballad could have made to explore, to experiment. Grotow- The actors in Pillory try to so they did not feel that either the voice of the music it mushy nnd out of context but ski students who were present at make the audience sec themselves. let it shake you the tones of Mr. BcSrne's baritone thc colloc » uia in Nancy remarked They wandered off make you and Miss Burkc's high soprano that the company's work rescm- If lhcy succced in * stablisnin * a lost their wallets rape you blended to make it persuading and vcry much the method of i one to one relationship between .i.d. cards explode you into everybody a real "tear jerkor." Jerzy Grotowski and urged the j themselves and the audience, the -draft cards al] in one company to continue and to con- j actors catch the spectator in a roaring Of the minor characters, three tact Grotowski for advice. If the ! flash, when hi defenses are down. J and all that money s beat came on .strong — Art Oslrin as jrcscmblnnco werc Ihcr0| it wns t o _ These realizations usually concern They stuck an experimental finger Pappy Yokum, Maricc Strlnficr us 1 1 c o i n c l d c n t n | OI1 the part of the human condition or man's fate. Haight St. Mammy Yokum, and Duano Bo- thc director. Dr. Burdick had 111ough shock Ls sometime*; em- .in the dirt at a flower root din ns Evil Eye Eleaglc. Mammy heard of Grotowski but knew al- ployed, it is never used for its and smelled it Sunday afternoon and found it mobs of tourists and Pnppy Yokum were conMimHy most n o l h i of h j s l e a c h i n f l S t Tho ! own sake, rather to break through come to look at the freaks surrounded w i t h well deserved group's first step, than, wns to the defenses of the audience. interesting. paying$4.50 for a psychedelic laughter. Mammy w i l h her I have investigate Jeiv.v Gro'owski.                                                Though thc actor must justify
They ifacorated themselves like         po.sler                                spoken and Pappy w i t h his high . j Grolowiikrs f l p p r o a c h to theatre ! every action, he does not work
Christmas trees               sure to t u r n you on                     squeaking voico were ; <il>xnlutely ,K r e l a U v c l v u n k n o w n in lhe U n i t o d ' for thc psychological development
•peace on earth                      nnd n pence mcdnl                          perfect in their presentations.              States but very famous in E U - | of his character. He believes that
good will to men                    and the f r e a k s                            Thc port of Evil Eye. although rope. His theatre is abundant in if the physical aspect of his role
do your thing                       looking suddenly in broad d a y l i g h t small, was .successfully portrayed. ] stnic , uro b,clml bv a WP ,| rtp . is mastered, thc psvcholosi-«l will
like ancient children                      Jumpy, fli K hly. hold ;md sly Mr. j vclopc(| p h n o s c ) p h y a n d discipline, j How from it. The actors, in order
It wns then thoy found              brought to gauntnc.ss and numb- Hodm i-aplivnicd the audience in ; G r o t o w i l k r mclho(1 is n physical ! to be able to put the audience on
that when to he merely average Is       ness                                   each of his too Infrequent appear-j                   h to thpnl| . p> To gct at t h o , their Pillory, must be highly ac-
an cos
to be rich                      w i t h no sign of h a v i n g bloomed                                                 most basic meanings of drama he compllshcd in physical techniques.
.there is a joy in being poor        begging "spare change'*                         The choronurnphv wns done \vHl strips the play of all Its conven- For this reason, months of daily,
to live on unborrowed peanut       or customers for bad grass                  by Larry Fuller, whose tcrpsichor- tional trappings: lighting, music, closed training and rehearsals pre-
butter sandwiches               (a child said What is th» Grass? j ic talents were also used in West ninke up. Proprrlics and costumes cede their productions. The fin-
nnd unshellod rice                  fetching i' to me w i t h f u l l hands;               Story, The Music Man and .are kept at a m i n i m u m and must i«hcd product must be deeply
to wear canvas, sheepskins, even | "our d n i l y bread;                       Redhead. He hns also done l h ? | b e f u n c t i o n a l . His objective of j structured and well polMied, its
khaki                          we sell it")                                Ed Sullivan Show, Perry Como nnd ! creating n stronger, more person- ; sequences purposely disiunctlve.
.to shnko off hairdos and bnths where Is tho nmen                                Red Skellon shows. Just to name a a l relationship between actor and i Because Grotowski's method is
poverty Is the only wealth          hnrc krishna hare krlshna on and few. Mr. Fuller, between engage audience cxp'nlns his "Thcntre o f ' carefully defined and disciplined,
on                                      m e n f s . also assisted in thc original 13 Rows," Renting onlv forty poo- I rehearsals and performance*! musl
Every day                           no amen                                     Broadway production of Funny pie, established In Wroclaw. Po- be permissive. The obligations of
'trying to -be poor                  no t t n i s on hnighl st.                  Girl. With this brond background, land. Its size facilitates the ac- style in this "theatre of poverty"
•.sinking their toes in It            for wndlng                                  he could scarcely have failed nnd tive participation of the audience are obscs c ivc. Every gesture,
didn't. Each number, nspecinllv the in the play.                                               istance, nnd utterance must be jus-
Sadie Hawkln's race was planned,                Grolowskl's actors are in no ; tified. have a definite
POLITICAL SCIENCE CLUB                                         practiced and perfected.                    sense exhibitionists. However, thev and be well executed.
The entire evening was n dc- must be willing to do whatever                                     On November 16th Pillory Thea-
AND S.D.S.                                         Haht, and it was hard to believe is necessary to tear down thc tra- tre previewed its season at Emer-
that two and a half hours had ditional taboos of society to reach son College in Boston with "Ru-
MEETING ON DEPARTMENTAL SENATE                                        passed so quickly. It is a real loss the Hiidlcnce. The actor's job 1« ncselee." T^e p'av deal* with
— IMPORTANT —                                         thnt Li'l Abner will bo cloging on to hold up a mirror to Hie mem- Western Civilization's obsession
the day of this publication, as It bers of the audience. Bv break- with literary culture. It Is the pre-
>VtO.( NOV. 27            ,12:50               L-300               \s bv far one of 'he best Mineola ing down InhitmMns within : ttlb dchtnfiort iof d scries of tropes,
OT.^^                                                                  productions.this season.                     player, tho ouaMcnce JB given o                                                            - v
Novtmb.r 27,                                                         THE DELPHIAN

AC
Kickers Down LI.U.
The Adelphi University soccer team, paced by the brilliant goal-
(Continued from Page Sixteen)
peting and the Soviet govern-
Hoopsters Take Aim
Prospects for an excellent 1908- City second team selection from
tending of Jim Dolan and the scoring of center halfback Val Diegucz,             ment followed suit, refusing to           69 basketball scisnn at Aclclphi John Jay High School, Codrlng-
played the role of spoilers last Saturday by defeating Long Is'and              send its touring national team.            University are bright because of ton led the Brown and Gold year-
University 2-0, and ending its four-year reign as Metropolitan Soccer               The most powerful force in the         tho return of four starters from lings in scoring and rebounding
Conference champion.                                                             coalition wag obviously the black         last year's team and tho addition with 20 points and 16 rebounds
It marked the second straight league win via the shutout route              athle cs themselves. Only a hand-         of several promising sophomores. per contest. Harvey Manclell and
for the Panther booters aud the fourth triumph in the last seven                 ful of Toms could be found to                Headlining the list of re- Mike Richez, who each averaged
•games, Adelphi finished its six-game loop slate with a 3-3 record,              enter the meet. Most of the big           turnees are senior co-captains over 13 points per game, are the
vhlle overall the team was 5-10-1.                                                                                         Ernie     Mertz    and H a r v e y other players up from the frosh.
names stayed away. This part of
Dolan, a 6-10, 165-pound junior, made 31 saves to spark the                                                           Golub, two of the three top point- Newcomer Ed Rescter, a Junior
the boycott was especially im-
Panthers to fheir first triumph over the Black-birds since 1963. Follow-                                                   getters during the 1967-68 cam- who stands 64, is another wel-
portant since in recent years
ing their setback to the Garden City team, the Blackbirds went on to                                                       paign. Mem, the Panthers' Most come addition.
capture 30 straight Metropolitan Conference victories enroute to four           opolized the short distance track          Valuable Player as a junior, led       The backcourt remains a ques-
consecutive conference titles. That streak was -broken two weeks ago                                                       the team in scoring with a 17.0 tion mark now that Mark Schiss-
events and the jumping compe-
when FairUgh Dickinson University handed the Black-birds a 3-1 set-             titions.                                   per game average and needs 286 ler, the third highest scorer in
back.                                                                                                                      points to become the tenth 1,000- Broxvn and Gold annuls, has gradu-
What motivated each group in           point career scorer in Brown and ated. Much will depend on how
Last season's All-Metropolitan Soccer Conference netminder, Dol-            this coali'ion was not clear. They
an yielded 10 goals in six loop clashes for a 1.67 goals-against-avcrage.                                                  Gold annals. Golub ranked 'third quickly Rodney Blalock, an out-
obviously did not share the same          in scoring with 15.2 and was run- standing soph prospect, teams up
The Lakeland High School product allowed 40 -goals during the Panth-            vision. The- governments of the
ers' 10-game schedule for a 2.50 average. The acrobatic goalkeeper                                                         ncrup in rebounds last season. with Golub. Blalock, known for his
United States and the Soviet               Coach Gordon rates Merz and Go- fine ball-handling, will -be the
thwarted 346 shots for the season to raise his two-season total to              Union were politically mo f ivatcd.
672. He posted ttirec shutouts to up his varsity total to five. Dolan                                                      lub among the best forward-guard team's quarterback on offense.
Both sought to cop some good               combinations in the North-East Steve Goldberg, a two-year vet
turned aside 17 shots in a 3-0 victory against Queens College,                  publicity. We all know how much
marking the second straight year that he blanked the Knights. He also                                                      Collegiate Basketball League.        who shows great hustle and de-
the United States government                  One of the strong points of this termination, transfer student Mark
turned in a 12-savo performance in a 2-0 win over Stony Brook State             cares about i*s KNKEGROW citi-
University.                                                                                                                season's team is the frontcourt, Rich, a good shooter, and soph
zens and the Russians didn't               with four lettermen returning and George Keckler, the third leading
Dieguez, a 6-0, 185-pound Junior who is a product of C. E. Hughes          back out until the very last min-
High School, tallied -both goa's for the Brown and Gold booters in the                                                     several impressive sophs expected scoror last year, will provide add*
ute. Even then, they offered a             to vie for starting positions. Along ed depth.
win against Long Island University. Coach Menahem Less switched                 feeble excuse for their ac'ions.
Dleguez from full-back to center half-back for the -game and it paid                                                       with 6-3 Merz will be returnees        "Wo hnvo the experience, depth,
(They said their athletes would           Neal Blackstein, who stands 6-4, proficient scorers, fine defensive
off. They were the first goals of his varsity career. He was also               be tired after having traveled
credited with four assists during the season.                                                                              Kent Dunn; who goes 6-4, and 6-6 players, and good speed needed
from Los Angeles.)                         Larry Braz.                          for our tough schedule," says
. Senior Tom Caranicolas, an Al'-Mct Conference second-team selec-                The majority of colleges and
tion at left wing in '67, scored six goals to wind -up his three-season                                                       Two-year vet Blackstcin is one Gordon, Last year's varsity quintet
white athletes who wi'hdraw saw            of the team's top shooters and re- was the top defensive team in
career with 20. The 5-8, 164-pound native of Myrina Lemnos. Greece,             the boycott through sincere lib
captained the Adelphi booters this year. This best effort came against                                                     bounders and i$known for his Adelphi's last nine seasons, lim- cral eves. Here was their chance good medium-range shooting touch. iting it opponents to 73.8 per New York State Maritime when he tallied both Panther goals in a to help their black brothers. Dunn, whose fore is rebounding game. In league competition the 2-1 victory. Y«t, for black athletes and a and defense, begins his second .squad was tops in defense ,al« Junior forward Steve Czaplicki, a transfer student from Nassau few radical white athletes this year Brax, commencing his third j lowing a 68.7 average. Last year Community College where he garnered AU-America honors in '67, simple act of boycotting had verv campaign, is an exceptional shoot- eight of our losses were by five paced the Panthers' scoring attack with eight goals and two assists. deep significance. Discrimination er and rugged rebounder. or Ics.s points, four of those com- Czaplicki and Caranicolas accounted for almost all of the Adelphi on the part of the NYAC was Sophomores are expected to play ing in league games. We also suf- goals (14 of 18), Four of Czaplicki's tal'ies came versus league oppon- nof the prime evil. Nor was gain- a big part if the Gordonmen are fered a three point setback to ents; netting two against C.W. Post in a 3-1 Adelphi win, and single- ing membership in the Club th" to have a stellar campaign. Five number one ranked small col'oge tons against Queens College and 1968 loop champion City College prime objective. The tradition") p'aycrs who averaged in double power Ix>ng Island University/* of New York. The 6-0, 165-pound native of Dzialdono, Poland, dented role plavcd bv black athletes figures for Adelphi's freshman Coach Gordon's Adelphi cagers the nets twice in sparking the Menahem Less-coached Panthers to a from . minority grouns and poor quintet, have moved up to the! will embark on their 24-game 3-3 tie with A'bany State College. communities was being placed on varsity. Three of the five are for- schedule Saturday, November 30th Fullback John Kowalchuk, a 6-2, 200-pound junior, was a team- the block. wards with 6-2^ Earl Codrington when host Jersey City State Col- mate of Czaplicki's at Nassau Community College where both played These athletes are the modern leading the way. An All-New York lege provides the opposition. on the team that captured the National Junior College Athletic As- dav gladiators. "You have a sociation Crown in Ir66. Kowalchcuk was a standout at defense Wed. 12'4 American U. (Wash. D.C.) away 8:00 p.m. 7:55 p.m. special t°lent." the black athletn Sat. 12/7 C.C.N.Y. away 8:00 p.m. 7:55 p,m. throughout t-he '68 campaign. is 1 old. "like that of a race Fri. 12/13 "St. Michael's College home 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 1968 ADELPHI UNIVERSITY VARSITY SOCCER RESULTS horse. Wo eniov seeing exhibi Sat. 12/14 "So. Conn. State College away 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p.m. (500-1) OVERALL — 3-3 Met Conference) lions of vour skill but, like th n Tues. 12/17 Pratt Institute home 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p.m. vs. Opponents Goals Saves hor«e you must be housed an*' Thurs. 12/19 * Bridgeport University home 8:15 p.m. 8:06 p.m. 1 Hofstrn 3 Czaplicki Dolan 22 workod out away from the mas- Sat. 12/21 St. Francis College home 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 1 *C.C.N.Y. 2 Czaplicki Dolan 2.9 ter's house." Sat. 1/11 Long Island University home 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 0 F.U.U. (Madison) 5 None Dolan 16 In defending the NYAC, Ar- Tues. 2/4 Fair'eigh Dickinson U. away 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p^n. 3 Albany State U. 3 Czaplicki 2, Caranicolas Do'an 14 t h u r Dalev that revered old Sat. 2/8 *Sovthern Conn. St. Coll. homo 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 0 Kings Point 3 None Dolan 14 snorts columnist of the New Tues. 2/11 Yeshiva University home 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 0 So. Conn. St. 4 None Dolan 15 York Times. Illustrated th*» above Thurs. 2/13 U.S. Merchant Mar. Acad. away 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 2 N.Y. Maritime 1 Caranlrolas 2 Dolan 27 point beautifully. He pointed on' Sat. 2/15 "Bridgeport University away 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p.m-. 1 New Paltz State 7 Czaplicki Dolan 24 how the NYAC ha*: f J n - n n a l N Tues. 2/18 Hofstra University home 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 0 ''Pratt Institute 1 None Dolan 21 snonnrted a New Yo^k Citv blark Sat. 2/22 *C.W. Post College home 8:15 p.m. 8:05 p.m. 2 Stony Brook St. 0 Carunicolas, Ix?iba Dolan 12 athletic club for the past ten Mon. 2/24 Queens College home 8:16 -p.m. 8:05 p.m. 0 Bridgeport 2 None Do'an 22 years. Wed. 2/26 "Central Conn. St. Coll. aumy 8:00 p.m. 7:55 p.m. 0 Quinniniac 2 "None Dolan 27 Dolan 25 | Ancient Rome prroomed its •"Indicates Northeast Collegiate Basketball League 3 "C.W. Post 1 Czaplicki 2, Caranicolas Dolan 30 j gladiators with fine oils anH 0 *F.D.U. 6 No no beautiful rare horse owners doM- 3 *Queens "L.I.U. 0 0 Czaplicki Caranicolas, I.eiba Dicgucz 2 Dolan. 17 j Dolan 31 | i raMv pn»m>er Choir jvi/e ani irrls. Daley's line is t h n n!d one that s.'ivs the slave should fo^i WA U Scoops Hoopsters "Basketball is the biggest sport casting games from Connecticut. grn'ofnl to 'he master for hav- 18 40 346 j an (his campus, and enabling the New Jersey, and Manhattan. Also> ing t"kon him out af his mi^™ Mel Soccer Conference Games and placed him in "liwm-v. TH/» being broadcast are ten home student-body to follow the team mrxle r n <fnv t^nek and fi n irf pjadi- both home and away makes it games. According to Granick, the Matmen Start Season by T.E. Nicoletti atnr doesn't even get luxury. There is no comn^ri.con he tween the Mack a*M n ir clnh« and the NYAC. The NYAC Heine worth every pennyl" With these words, WAU Sta- ion Manager Mel Granick justi- home games are aired for the* benefit of dorm students who want to keep track of the game while" unner class businessmen fied Adelphi University Radio's ex- studying or who can't get ttx The 19fl8 Panther matmen, un- menting on this year's squad, sin- that thev aro losing their penditure of nearly$200 "to kick-
der the coaching of first year men.      pled out Fred Loca«t (100 'bs.),                                                                                          Woodruff Hall to see the game
It does IhN in i'$stmer off its seventeen game schedule of for some other reason. tor Donald Leet and assistant Rog- John O'Malley (152 Ibs.) and Rich 0115 st |r r<MinHino.s on Central er Rubinett, will open the season Defichey (145 lbs.) ( as cxpcrl-1 Panther play-by plays. WALI will Other ftatur«* too Park South and In M<* ovnnncj v ~ December 4 when they visit Kings cnccd contender':. Tom N'ico'ettl rot in try (te*nte P^th of NpW be broadcasting seven road and According to Granick, WALt Point and conclude on February who saw action in the 160 Ib. di- t( Y^fk Cilv K ' n r k el hs n»*p rnAfp ten home games beginning Wed- will be trying to do more than a 22 by vHting Central Connecticut vision last year and Karl Mln^en. simole All th°v no-"'* |* 'be b ".«!'* nesday night December 4th at 7:55 a newcomer to the mats, will a series of cut-and dried play-by- State College. eouipment w ' t h w^'ch to t*"» ln wi h the Adelphi vs. American Returning grnpj^ers are led by roun<] out the tenm wrestling 167 plays. "We'll be trying for more 1 their tfJnHinto»*.q fnr the mid- University game from Arlington, Interesting coverage—more color, Captain Skip Peterson, a *00 Ib. b. and heavyweight resnectively. winter sm»"tarul*rs. Virginia. more interviews, more of a look center on this year's football Art Del Valle stll 1 wrestling with n f squad, who expects to wrestle in the scales, should shrink to fill Our flffM a^ *ns Gartm too far away in'o what raAken a basketball team the 177 Ib. cla«s. Peterson .com- the 137 Ib. class. York AthMic C1»h "Of the seven road pnmes we're tick — not Just a description of r fl «t round doing," says Granick "Five ore too ten men tosshig around -an or- far nwnv for any Adelohi student ange baHT AJT part of this effort, pot nn to attend — like the American U. WALI will oe choosing a most GET YOUR CHEST X-RAY to evr»t1 t»IV eame. Thn"s the reason we do valuable player for each flame, and WED., DEC. 4 — THURS.. DEC. 5 J«*1tnq live plav-bv-plsy brondcasU — so will make an MVP award at the 10-6 BOTH DAYS phntif tb*t students can follow the ac- end of the season. AT THE INFIRMARY .$1.00                                                   'Of t "                       tion e v o n - f T tH»v can't be Mt the      "Justr nWfte twtoh" Gritnick
tf
)«*ln rMi»h wnn . l^t                    S n nrie." In add!'ion to t^p contest     says, "We're looking forward tft
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"tnorrow we wtfn't'l^t tt^m oOt.          iil Arlington, WALI will be broad-        this season as tht> best ovcrl"
Pag* Sixtdafl                                                                                       THE DELPHIAN                                                                          Wednesday, November 27, 19*8

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American
Sports in Review                                                                                                                                                  University

And Now A   by Jerry Healy                   years ago and couldn't figure out
AC-DC
NEW YORK (LNS) — Lasl
why a player had to tie his skate                                                                                                                 wvek the Now York Athletic
It' seems that more each day twice during each period. Not only
television is taking up a greater thnt but it would take him a min-                                                                                                                          Club ( N Y A C ) quietly re'enscd a
part of our lives. It is media filled                                                                                                                                                        sUiUmcnt through (he Associated
with abc's, cbs's, peacocks, movies,                                                                                                                                                        Press t h a t they were nol goin#
cartoons and sports.
Ah sports!
BIO CLUB                                                                                                                               to hold their a n n u a l track and
field meet this year. For track
A few years ago we would go                NOV. 25th — 12:50 P.M                                                                                                                         and field cnlhusias's, this an-
to Yankee Stadium, the I'olo                                                                                                                                                                 nouncement meant that, for the
Grounds or Ebbctts Field and take                          B 108
first time in one hundred years,
in.-a, game. Today, we forego the                                                                                                                                                             the meet wjll be scrapped. For
crowds to see a well covered                        GUEST SPEAKER:
us, it means the end of a strug-
garfie on T.V.                                    DR. RAMON GRILLO                                                                                                                           gle to expose and fight racism
However we see only what it                                                                                                                                                               in America's oldest athletic*
wants us to see, including the                                                                                                                                                                club. One cold night last Febru-
monstrous minute pause. He is ute each lime. (This was so                                                               Daring goalie saves goal                                             ary, two thousand of us picketed
everywhere and I quietly accept fans wouldn't get suspicious).                                                                                                                               in the freezing cold, capping off
him. But \.-hen he creeps into                I really regret this. If a team
sports my enjoyment of Playtcx is building up momentum it should
Living Bras and Patty Piss Dolls not be stopped. Time schedules,
Skaters Win, Lose                                                                            a two month drive to create a
boycott of the meet by athletes.
Actually, the struggle began in
is finished.                                dates and even the teams to play                                                    by Joel Peraza                                                19G2 when Jackie Robinson
It all probably began when Mel arc being changed to accommo-
The action that look place two major factor in ihe game, espe- ; issued a call for a boycott .of
date T.V.                                                                                                                                         that year's NYAC meet because
weeks ago on the ice saw the dally when it appeared as though -
WANT TO START YOUR                       However, ihe real breaker came Panther's displaying mixed emo-                                                                                 of the racist membership of the
CAREER WHILE STILL                 when Oakland was playing the tion and ability. On Monday night                                      the lime keeper was becoming : club. He charged that the C l u b
IN SCHOOL?                   JcU and (he Jets were ahead—a j the team traveled lo Riverdale to "creative" with the clock. Al (liseriminaU'iI against Biack peo-
If yju have an interest in ad-           commercial pause with one minute hand M a n h a t t a n College a stun- 19:37 the game was placed out of • ple and .K'ws. ,n charge I ha! is
;
vertising and marketing and                                                                                                                                                                M i l l v a l i d . Not much happened
| ning 5-1 defeat. The story on reach us Queens' 1-Vgcison poked
can devote one hour a day to                                                                                                                                                                t h a t year.
i Wednesday night was different as one i n t o an empty net to end the I
making money,                                                                                                                                                                                   The boycoil gathered >nmr
; the Panthers dropped                t h e i r f i r s t game at 3-1.                                :
Call 488-2571                          PANTHERS                       j contest of the year 3-1 to Queens
College.
-support from c i v i l rights lenders.
A l t h o u g h coach Harry Gross in- and Robert Wagner, then mayor
Allen was selling Ballcnline be-                                                                                                                dicated t h a t there miyhl be a pro- ' of New York, resigned his mem-
The M a n h a t t a n game
tween innings or when G i l l c L l e
flashed a picture of a razor be-
vs                             played defensive 1 effort
. the play of Panther
lest registered over the lime keep- bership. Yet the m o v e m e n t .
powerful enough to combat rac-
er's action, it was not ihe clock j ist sheriffs and mobs in ihr deen
tween rounds. It was like someone                                                    ' N a t h a n s who t u r n e d back*                      that beat the Panthers. They could i south, felt impotent in the f^cv
trying to get into a conversation
by t a l k i n g only when everyone
AMERICAN U.                      . on goal. Nathans' effort                                  not muster any kind of a power of the corporate giants who mnk"
! plemented by Glen "Canook" York play as they failed to score twice • up the membership of the NYAC
rise had finished. Once he got                                                      j who turned in his usual profes-
to know the crowd no one could
shut him up.
Live from Arlington                     sional performance.
! While they were outshot 28-19.
with a two man advantage. The j                    Times changed. La^t December.
Harry Kdwards, a hurte former
defeat, however discouraging, en- . coHegintp basketball plover and
death of enjoyment when asso-
ciated with sports. Games are
Tonight                        the Panthers were far more ac- j compassed several impressive in- now a professor of sociology at
• c u r a t e than their foes. At 14:41) ' d i v i d u a l performances. Glenn York San Jose Slate Collrge in Cali-
.of the first period Ken Henis put j literally played his heart out skat- fornia, announced plans to organ-
stopped at climaxes for ono min-
ute by an official's lime out If
a team gets too hot to h a n d l e                   7:55 - WAI!                    : one in to give Adclphi an early ing t h e entire l e n g t h of the ice ' i/.c a boycott of the NYAC met'l
i lend and at 10:39 he assisted John
Hay to put the Panthers t w 0 up;
at the same press conference
with the puck numerous times that he announced the boycott
just k i l l the ball and if you're
al 17:17 Manhattan's Jim Villa- and he singlehandedly broke up i of the summer Olympic damns.
lucky you will bo awarded with
at ™agna scorod l h e i r o n I V « oal of several power plays. John Hay al- : "These bbck Americans.'" Ed-
a one m i n u t e commercial w i t h o u t to Bo. We all b l a n k l stared
using a precious timeout.                   Hi screen t h i n k i n g of the Supor
tho            Thorc was a
scorin« lull so turned in a fantastic p e r f o r m - wards said, "are being u^cd to
l u n l i l tho t n i r d
l )eriocl w h e n lhc ancc with hard hitting defensive I further the racist a'titudes of
I went to a Hockey gamr t w o bowl when the Jets play Ihe Rams. Panthers went on a scoring spree. play nnd highly impressive stick.
Knter Heidc. Rushing to our ra-                                                                                                                   the U,S.A. with no regard of the
dios we heard the final score and           Cliff Danielson struck first at 4:02 handling and shooting.                                       j desires and needs of blacjc Ameri-
Ths defeat \vn s crucial to t h e : cans right here in this country."
New York                                     our easy chair dreams \vere gone. followed by "Boom Boom" Miller
Can you imagine the Super-
howl? The Ranis are ahead 22-9
at 14:38 w i t h an assist from Ken Panthers only because of the fact j
Henis. The scoring and emotional
A strange coalition of forces
'that it was their first, now t h e y ; formed around the boycott. First,
climax of the game "ame at 17:55 Ijnow how it feels lo lose and
will) three minutes lo go. Nmnath when K o n l i m e n t n l favorite "Bloody j'hey don't like it. The most notlc- the Grand Street Roys of Nc\v
On Wheels                                  on four pass plnys goes 81 yards                                                                                                                  York, « nredominantfv hh^k
Uruno" Hrnun fired one into t h e ' « h l e t h i n g about tho team a f t e r athletic club, and the Philadel-
The 1969 International Automo- to make the score 22-10. An in- not on an assist by Jay K a s a r s k v i * h e game was that there wore no phia Pioneer Club turned - t h e i r
bile Show. April 5-13. has been terception by Sample with 52 sec- and the sods to register the final excuses. All Ihr athletes, both bat                                                       backs on the meet. Then major
onds lefl — N a m a t h has a long
expanded to use all available space                                                 j tolly and raise Iho score to 5-1. j tcrod and worn like York. Henis track colleges likr St. Johns'of
in the New York Coliseum,                   count — Maynard is solit rk'hl
! Perhaps overconfident after im : and Miller and thosp like Hrnun New York, joined In. Finally, fhe
Charles Snitow. show president, — the ball is hiked. N'nmnlh goes                                                                             I \rho .sat this one out displayed n
| presslvc victories over M a n h a t t a n ! feeling of quiet determination United Stales government borred

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announced.                                                                                                                                                                                     the military academies from com-
"We will be using Ihr Coli.sc-;                                                     and Karmfngdale the Panthers took I about them                                                           (Continued o»t Pane
urn's entire 411,500 square feet o f ,                                                  to the ice against Queens Col-
gross space Including, for the f i r s t .                                              lege. At 13:24 of the first period
time, all of the f o u r t h floor." M r . ]
M
.Snitow added. Wc expect to make
this show even more complete
Hale scored for Queens, but fit
evened the score al 1-1 as Krn
Striking Performance
E
by Al Ku*hn«r
t h a n previous exhibitions which in-                                                  Henis scored his fifth goal of tho
cluded most aspects of the auto-                                                        season on an assist from "Doom                             The varsity bowling teani- opened winning each by 90 or so pics.
mobile's Impact on American life."                                                       Boom" Miller. Adnlphi's onlv up Us season \rith an impressive                                           GeneraHy fine                  performances
More than 600 automobile. 4 ; f r o m !                                            fceorp of the game. As the socond win over Howling College (Adol- were turned in by Rick Lock (540).
American and overseas monufac- -                                                         period began it seemed as though phi Suffolk). The Kcglers swept Lenny Marino (n 200 gam t-), and
lurors. an expanded "Wonderful
World of Wheels" and exhibit*
from major t>il companies, tiro
firms make the 1069 show the
ntoat complete and diversified of
I                     tho gamo would settle Into n de- all three frames with n fine all- Crate Furrcr-(a 200 game). Before
fensive struggle but nt 4:31 Hale around performance.
r
struck again to put Queens -ahead • Junior Bob Villa led (he team Lenny Marino were appolntedvfts
2:1. The rost^of the action saw with a 237 .game-and a* 600 series. Co-caj)tAin8 for1b<\$ season.
'the-Panthers try to even the-scons, SwjA: Mjtrfy PoU finish^, a strnrig
the match, seniors Rtrk Leek *«*•

The K^lerat hex?
- ,-
4tt -kind «v«r held, v                                                                "btff thfcy'rimjrfy cofaldat itad'tHe siecftwrf tiehlnd Vttft fwr temtrsM^                                            Noir/26
; 'The etomor from both oW -and                                                      combination; Ttmir after* Hme • tHcf ih*t h6norfl wttlrd 212'g^mc 'anil                                              • tcant SotrtfrttefctQit' Cot-':1
new- exhibitors -for space again                                                      QtlcofTii goalie ithwarted Adclpbl a SM Series*. The 'first 'grmrtcrim.                                           TlMf ^rtWtc^wilr be bold rt
highlights tho importance -<rf New                                                     efforts to 'Rcx>nv with phem>tnejinl extromely e)o*e,' HR both tbnmr                                                       oft/bu*' bOTrte ^ouge- tt
York an & center of tho \vorld                                                         *avos. Thfngs bcgnn-to look"even were* Vc-^ ti^ht The Scores 'wore* will b^orHpef <|h'6 fc\^ timca this
automobile industry *nd tho tra-                                                      Xvorse whcti an Adclphi drive \vdK< low. nnd 'Adelflhi came out on top.                                          thirt 'oitf Clrtrnpionfibip
^written of Uwr iotettia-*                                               st#pi)pd ftt 4:32 of tbti itnat' period                               i      (
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Automobile •<4b6*t- «» - it*                                                                             l
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