r Volume 27, Number 6 Marist College, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. October 28,1982 V. College officials justify Students express concern 3 rule as school 'tradition over enforcement of norm By Patti Walsh & Rick O'Donnell Champagnat, said, "RA's won't be By Bernadette Grey Neil Rohrer, a junior. knocking on doors, but if cohabitation is Freshman Mike Banahan agreed and Last week, student affairs ad- brought to the RA's attention, then it will Each new school year, Marist residents said that the cohabitation regulation ministrators decided to launch a campaign be dealt with." are greeted by the smiles of roommates, should not be enforced unless it gets to be a to make students more aware of regulation lengthy course outlines, and Marist student real problem with the roommate. Tradition was cited as the basis for handbook. Socializing begins, classes get "More time should be spent keeping the 9E in the handbook which prohibits college norms. Cox said that tKel cohabitation in college housing. underway, and the student handbooks are students active and on campus on cohabitation norm has been derived from| dropped into desk drawers — and usually weekends," said Jim MacDonald, a junior. Rev. Richard LaMorte, assistant dean of Marist's Christian heritage. "I don't thinl forgotten about. ~ MacDonald and other Marist residents student affairs, said that the decision was norms are determined by vote," said Cox. Many residents dug up their student said that the college regulations are driving made as a result of several situations where In response to The Circle student handbooks last week, in search of a everyone off campus and home on students' rights with regard to their rooms opinion poll, which shows a 97% op- regulation prohibiting cohabitation in weekends. "I can just go home," Lyrine has been totally ignored. position to the norm, LaMorte said, "It's residence halls. Much to the surprise of DiNapoli, a junior, said when she learned LaMorte also said that questions about important to know, but I don't know many Marist students, there is such a that she could not have her boyfriend stay policy. over for the weekend. the new guest. pass policy required whether that means the norm doesn't have clarification of the cohabitation norm. a value." LaMorte added, however, "I Cohabitation became a major issue on Others said that Catholicism is wrongly Resident directors are now required, before don't think that if the rule was eliminated, campus last week after Marist ad- being reflected in this campus policy. issuing a guest pass, to make sure that there would be Sodom and Gomorrah." ministrators made the decision to enforce "Keep the Church out of school," said guests of the opposite sex will not be the regulation in all campus housing. This Murphy. LaMorte said that when a person asks to policy, which forbids overnight visitors of Marist is not a Catholic school, but staying in the student's room overnight. become part of a community, with it comes the opposite sex, including another Marist religion is.playing a role in the decision According to LaMorte, disciplinary certain rights and responsibilities. "There resident, has rarely been enforced in the making that goes on at Marist, Christin . measures will be followed if the are situations where not all of them are past. Garrison, a senior, said. cohabitation norm is violated. LaMorte agreeable to that person," .he said. The overwhelming majority of residents Many residents do not understand why said, "A resident staff person should LaMorte said that any student living at object to the college's interference in the the college is concerned with cohabitation respond to this norm as he would respond Marist has agreed to live under these issue of cohabitation saying it is a personal for reasons other than sexual. "If it is to to any other norm." norms. decision and should be left up to the in- stop sexual activity, it will not work," dividual. ' Diane Demarest, a junior, said. "Everyone (™-^Gerard_Cox,;,dean .-..of •, student .^affairs,,, Administrators sajd that the nqrm .does ^^^pUegeJu^tudeiits.^^^^aturV'r'- i n -^ \;can-still-do it in.'the a'ftern6pn;tV:she-,s'aid- v V>.said;^-Thi5-wiH-not:trc sunV^^ndlof^wifch.'' "nonforcojrto^^ecisibiTs-upok^udeKts^ ; dependerjVpeo'ple and have the right to with alaugh?' ' »-^--—-^ T hunt. It will be up to the resident assistants' '' It isiToOHeriKstLtutiori's responsfoilityjo make their own moral'decisions," said - A rule like that can never be enforced, vjto use judgement, sensitivity, and common determine morality," said Cox. senior Camille Stibitz.' some residents say. "Cohabitation, no sense." The RA's must exert judgement, Adrienne Ryan,"freshmen RA, said, "If they are worried about sex, it's not going to Elizabeth Murphy, a junior, also argues matter how you try to stop it, will go on,' according to LaMorte. "This is not a police that cohabitation is a decision based on the Elizabeth Cooke, a junior said. state," he said. change anything. I don't think the RA's are going to enforce it." morals of adults. "Morality is something Yet, some feel the college can enforce the However, guidelines may be needed we learn ourselves and the college should policy by allowing Resident Advisors to Cox said that he more than judgement, according to Karyn norm forces moraldoes not believe that the decisions on students, not be deciding on moral issues for us," check rooms. "The only way it can be Magdalen, upperclassmen RA. "Some type and that the issue is being blown out of said Murphy. "College is when we grow enforced is by directly invading our of guidelines should be set, because it proportion. Bowman said that he does not and make decisions for ourselves," she privacy," said Junior Susan Cavallo. would be" very hard for we as RA's to judge feel that the norm is too restrictive. "There added. MacDonald agrees and does not think if the visitor is there for a while or over- is plenty of leeway for students to develop ; Many students said that the college that this is a justifiable reason for entering night," she said. "I don't feel that we friendships and social - skills without should only interfere with cohabitation if a dormitory room with a pass key. "They should have to police the situation." another student is being affected. "We are taking away the privacy of an in- violating policy, since it only pertains to an should be able to have any overnight visitor dividual," said MacDonald. "What will overnight stay," he said. as long as no one else is being hurt," said they think of next?" Michael Bowman, residence director of Question 1: Do you feel the college should begin to en- Marist student poll force this regulation, and not permit cohabitation? By Rick O'Donnell The results of a student poll conducted by staff members of The Circle are illustrated in the bar graph on the left. 450 students were polled, representing approximatley one third of the total on campus population. The students were 97% familiarized with regulation 9E in the student handbook, which states: Cohabitation is not permitted within any NO college facility. All students were chosen at random, and OPINION the poll was conducted between Thursday, Oct. 21 and Sunday, Oct. 24. The group of students were approximately half male, half female. They lived in both freshman and upperclassman housing facilities. Question 2: Have you ever had a member of the op- 97 percent of the students polled felt the cohabitation regualtion in the hand book posite sex spend the evening in your room, whether it be should not be enforced. Only 2 percent of friend, boyfriend/girlfriend, or brother/sister? the students said they wanted the regulation to be enforced. In the second question, 78 percent of the students polled have had a member of the YES 78% opposite sex spend an evening in their room. 20 percent have not had a member of the opposite sex spend an evening in their room. Most of that 20 percent NO comprised freshman students. Only 10 percent of upperclassman who were polled have not had members of the opposite sex NO spend an evening in their room. OPINION 19 percent of the students who said the Polling done by: Susan Brunner, Chris cohabitation regulation should not be Dempsey, Tony Phillips, Lou Ann Seelig, enforced are students who have not par- Holly Sraeel, Joanne Wynne. ticipated in cohabitation; however, they are still against having the regulation enforced. £aJ * Page 2 - THE CIRCLE- October 28,1982* •October 28,1982 - THE CIRCLE - Page 3 • Readers Write All letters must be typed triple space with a 60 space margin, and submitted to the Marist faculty vote on ROTC results in a tie Circle office no later than 6 p.m. Monday, Short letters are preferred. We reserve the By Susan Vassallo subject of R.O.T.C. According to Cox, a proposal, would consist of a four-year who have expressed enough interest to right to edit all letters. Letters must be signed, but names may be withheld upon re- proposal to allow the program on campus sequence of courses offered on the campus attend the forum," said Cox, "we will be quest. Letters will be published depending upon availability of space.- The vote of the Marist College faculty on was presented to the faculty at the by military personnel to those students who guaranteed that they are informed on the whether to allow the Reserved Officer beginning of last May; The faculty said wish to take part in the program. Ac- matter and have been able to reach their Training Corps the use of the Marist they fe!t'the issue needed more time for cording to Cox, no academic credit will be own conclusion." Intramurals campus facilities resulted in a tie at the discussion. During this semester, their have given for these courses. Scholarships are Presently, the Marist students who are if we add those three teams in, faculty plenary session held last week. been two faculty colloquium where faculty available and R.O.T.C. students would cadets in the R.O.T.C. are holding their Dear Editor, members were given the opportunity to only be required to wear their uniforms to meetings at a reserve center in This letter is in response to the about half the league lives off The , faculty and student attitudes voice their individual opinions on the the military classes said Colonel Herbert Poughkeepsie, according to Paul Peterson, charges issued by Ed Kennedy to campus. towards the R.O.T.C. program will be subject. Siegel, a speaker at the last colloquium. a cadet and Marist student. Peterson said the intramural program, It was very noble of you, Mr. presented to the Marist board of trustees at Kennedy, to offer your own time The major concern of those opposed to he was surprised that there were so many specifically flag football. it's meeting on Nov. 6 by Ted Prenting, the R.O.T.C. program being on campus, faculty opposed to the program coming to A second forum will be held on Nov. 1, First of all, Ed stated that their to make up a new schedule, but chairman of the faculty, and Joan according to discussion that took place at Marist. " I believe they are thinking and were only eight school days until that shouldn't even be necessary, which will give students an opportunity to "Schatzie" Gasparovic,- student body the last colloquium on Sept. 17, was that acting in their own interest rather than in the rosters for flag football were because you didn't have your hear speakers from both sides of the issue. president. According to Dean of Students the program would change the atmosphere the interest of the students and the future due. The fact is that we started roster in on time. If we did let you At the end of the forum, according to Cox, Gerard Cox, after all inputs have been and image of the Marist community. of the school" class on the 31st of August and into the league, all the other a survey will be handed out to the students taken into consideration, the board will Proponents of the program argued that the If the board of trustees votes in favor of the rosters were due on the 14th of teams would have to accept the in order to get their opinions on paper. The make it's final decision. students' freedom of choice should be the program, military classes would begin September. That's two weeks changed schedule. At the first surveys will not be given out to all Marist The plenary session was the final considered. students, only those who attend the forum. at Marist this November, according to everyone had to hand in their captain's meeting all the rosters. The reason that this is schedules were given out. It gathering of the faculty to discuss the The R.O.T.C. program, according to the "By only giving the surveys out to students Peterson. done is because the best football would have wasted a lot of ;.. weather is in September and the people's time to meet again and longer we wait on things like hand them a whole new schedule rosters, we lose the great weather. just because one team didn't get If we wait like last year we'll end their roster, in on time. It up playing the playoffs in freezing wouldn't have been fair to the Where the candidates stand on major issues temperatures. people who saw the signs in each By Ivan V. Navas addressing the problem now in light of the Moynihan cited unemployment as the Cohabitation cloud about was the lack of ad- vertisments for the commuters dorm and in the campus center, or Another thing Ed complained even in the McCann Center. In general, Ed, your letter just i The race for the Senate seat is between Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, a Democratic-Liberal who is seeking his massive deficit that we have," she said. main problem of the Social Security Moynihan's response to the question on system. " T h e outgo of the retirement how to solve the budget deficit, called for system is not permanent, it's not fixed," he two actions to be made. "If you bring said. " T h e income fluctuates and the that flag football was going to sounds like a bunch of sour second term, and Assemblywoman The front page of this week's Circle looks that the cohabitation norm is quite different start soon. Among our ten-team grapes. Ten other captains were down interest rates, you bring down the income, being dependent on employment is different from those of the past. We are Florence M. Sullivan, his challenger from cost of the debt," he said. "And secondly, down very badly." from other Marist norms. league this year, there are seven responsible enough to get their the Republican-Conservative and Right to presenting an issue which, according to It is a different type of norm, too, because teams that are comprised of either rosters in, but you didn't and you we've got to get us back down from Sullivan suggested that the retirement students at Marist, is an important part of Life Parties. double-digit unemployment." age for Social Security be raised to alleviate it deals with a sensitive topic. The college all, or a majority of up- want to pass the blame on to life on campus. Thus, before we are accus- The following is a summary of the Student Loans the problem. ed of "blowing things out of proportion," we would just like to say that we are doing our job as a newspaper — serving our communi- has made a stand that, because of Marist's heritage, cohabitation is not permitted. But if 97% of the students who are Marist Col- lege disagree with this norm, shouldn't that perclassmen on their team. On someone else. these seven rosters their are 92 And if you're concerned with names. SIXTY of them are • this year's champion being The race candidates platform on various issues. Included is a phone conversation on behalf of Sullivan on the issue of student loans, On the issue of student loan cutbacks, Alan Roth, director of research for Death Penalty Moynihan and Sullivan both are in favor Sullivan said, "Florence Sullivan's of the death penalty. Moynihan specified ty by providing information on the issues which are important to students. Why did we devote the entire front page at least be considered? Or will this just re- main as a rule because that's the way it has always been? commuters and 32 are residents. worthy enough, I'm sure this That is nearly a 2 to 1 ratio in year's winner would love to give favor of the uninformed com- your team a chance to defend muters. There are three teams your position at the end of the for senator which was on Tuesday, October 19,1982. Defense Spending Moynihan favors a 5 percent real in- position is that she is opposed to cuts of "rare circumstances" under which th% student loans. She also believes very death penalty would be administered. strongly of going after those people who do Abortion to one issue? Because during the past made up of all freshmen, but we season. Just follow the signs. crease every year for defense spending. not pay back their student loans, since this Sullivan is opposed to Medicaid Many of us come from homes in which Sullivan supports the strengthening of the costs the people and future people who seek financing of abortions and is in favor of an week, many different rumors concerning certain rules are set up by which we must all know not too many freshman Sincerely, cohabitation have spread all over campus, are going to live off campus. Even national defense forces without making loans." anti-abortion amendment. Moyhnihan is in abide. Marist has these rules, too — the Mike Graney and cuts in the defense budget. Sullivan said she causing some confusion as to what really is norms. But at home, as we get older, we Tim Grogan In a position paper on education, favor of financed abortions and against an the truth. believes our defense in nuclear and con- Moynihan spoke out against cuts in grants anti-abortion amendment. have some input into the rules — or at least ventional weapons is inferior, while The cohabitation norm is not new; it-has we get to argue. The poll shows the and guaranteed student loans for un- School Prayer been in the handbook for a long time. So, students' opinions, but will anything ever World Hunger Moynihan said he believes our defense is superior. dergraduate and graduate students for On school prayer, Sullivan is in favor, why the big fuss? It is probably the most change? programs in the Middle Income Assistance while Moynihan said he was "opposed to widely ignored norm on the records and, ac- Neither The Circle nor Marist,College Dear Editor: made in reducing hunger and Federal Deficit Act and the Education Amendments of stripping the Constitution of the Supreme cording to The Circle's poU, mo,st students sanctions casual sex. The norm is. there This letter is .addressed to starvation since the end of World Sullivan favors a balanced-budget 1980. Court's right to hear a case on the sub- " would"prefer that it remain that way. Marist students who would like to War II, and about the hopeful m>iii , amendment. " I 'think we have to start Social Security - ' j-ect.". - , •,;.- ; ,;;.... ; ;..,o.. ; i ;.i:x:.fc;-v„. basically"for*trie protection of roommates, However, now this norm is supposed to be but it suggests that the college can make make a difference in the quality possibilities for a world without enforced by the resident staff, with our moral decisions for us. That is not the of life on this planet. hunger. Participants will also disciplinary action for violations. issue. The issue at hand is whether or not On Saturday, November 20, a learn how each of us can make a By Ivan V. Navas Cuomo said, " i t should be possible to munities in the state. Now, we know that norms are not formed our opinions have any bearing on the regula- six-hour "Briefing on World contribution to such a world. ( begin a phased tax reduction that would On the subject of crime Cuomo is in by popular vote — but if a vote had been tions of the school. It is fine to state what a Hunger" will take place on the The "Briefing on World Lt. Gov. Mario M. Cuomo, the within four years provide substantial tax favor of tougher sentences for repeat taken on any other norm, such as noise, van- college stands for, but if 97% of the Marist campus. Sponsored by Hunger" will be limited to Democratic-Liberal nominee, and Lewis E. relief." The cap would limit the state offenders, speedier trials and life without dalism, cheating, or even alcohol in the students don't believe in that policy, then Marist College and a national seventy-five participants and will Lehrman, the Republican-Conservative budget to a percentage of the total personal parole for heinous crimes. He would also freshman dorms, the opoosition would not there is obviously a discrepancy between organization called "The Hunger be led by Mr. Nathan Brenowitz, nominee, are heading toward the home income of the state's residents. like to see the return of police street patrols have been as strong. That in itself means what we sav we are and what we do. Project/' this event is one of a representative of "The Hunger stretch of their campaigns as Election Day On the issue of jobs Lehrman said, " W e and compensation for the victims of crime. several planned for the week of Project." The major goal of draws near. must create a competitive business climate, Cuomo siad he will veto any bill in favor of on rounds every hour anyway. If will reconsider their position on November 15-23, Hunger Week," to raise con- "World sciousness on the subject of world "The Hunger Project" is the creation of a world-wide com- mitment to end hunger on the The race During the campaign Mr. Lehrman announced an 8-year plan that would reduce New York State's personal income especially for our small businesses and farms." This could be accomplished by lower tax rates, less crime, efficient mass the death penalty in New York state. Lehrman is for the death penalty and is in favor of appointing tougher judges. He Locked out To the Editor: This letter is in response to the a resident was polite enough about it, I don't think they (the staff) would mind taking a little the lock-out precedures in a way that would be more fair to the consciencious resident students. I hunger. The "Briefing" is open to all members of the Marist com- planet in our time. Having myself participated in a "Briefing" Ted by Mr. Brenowitz this past summer, I can tell you that this governor tax by 40 percent. This would also include a cut in the state's sales tax from 4 percent to 2 percent. transportation and good roads, which would encourage businesses to come and stay in New York, he said. said he would insist on definite prison sentences for violent criminal offenders and budget money for a larger police force. He is also in favor of a bill of rights for the lock-ou*? precedure outlined in a detour every now and then as long believe any of us could have writ- munity on a reservation basis Lehrman backed this move by saying, Cuomo plans to have an infrastructure letter received by all residents a as it wasn't a recurring event for ten this bcause we all feel this only. It will take place in experience is both deeply " T h e tax code of New York penalizes preservation bond issue that will create victims of crime which would include few weeks ago. the same residents. way. I'll sign this... Champagnat 248 and 248A from educational and inspirational. work, hard work and long hours. In New jobs to get roads, bridges, and water and compensation for victims to be paid by I think that the majority of A concerned resident student 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with a I urge students to make their i York, the more you work, the higher they sewer systems repaired. He would also criminals. Concerning the amount of the reservations early by calling me at According to reports in The New York residents will agree that two one-hour break for lunch. There tax y o u . " include the creation of a Rural Develop- fee, last year we were charged one extension 290, or my secretary Times, Cuomo is leading Lehrman between dollars each time is a little bit will be no charge for this event. A week later Cuomo announced his plan ment Corporation to develop new in- dollar if our doors were unlocked Special services Joy Kudlo at extension 400. dustries and more jobs in rural com- five and ten percent. steep for a mistake or two. by security or a staff member. We Participants will be informed of a spending limit. If the cap is imposed, fssmtwt Granted, if someone constantly Dear Editor: about the current situation On Saturday, November 20, were never made aware of any locks themselves out a fine should Anyone interested in working regarding world hunger, about seventy-five members of the "betterment" in the halls for this then be implemented upon them. with disabled students (personal the various misconceptions on the Marist community will have an fee last year, so just what do the exceptional experience. : Why should those few cost us all aides, attendents) please attend subject of hunger, about the residence directors consider bet- of our hard earned money the meeting Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. in remarkable progress that has been Yours sincerely, terment? It might help the because our roommate locked us room C-269. A nurse from Dr. Milton Teichman residents to accept these pro- out unaware that we were in the cedures if they knew where the Castlepoint 'Veteran's Hospital lounge or bathroom or on the money was going. will be giving a short lecture on generalized attendent care. Please Cohabitation phone? Anyway, can't the same results attend if interested, or just The residence staff should be be accomplished with a one dollar becoming aware of the disabled's To Whom It May Concern: be up to the parties involved to able to retain the right to judge charge? Some of us have to get by needs. If there are any questions, I would like to address the decide what is " m o r a l " or each particular incident because on a minimum amount of money please contact me in C-122 or subject of "cohabitation." If I respectful. At one point Marist there can be extenuating cir- and as it is two dollars is a bit Brad Weber in Special Services. am not mistaken we are college was a small Judeo-Christian cumstances. On this same subject, unreasonable, especially if it only students and should be treated as school, but we are not any more, why should the R.A. on duty have happens once or twice. All are invited. Sincerely, such. If you wish to entertain a times have changed and it is time Friday: Saturday: Sunday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: to charge people at all? They go I hope the Residence Directors Emery Giovannone guest of the opposite sex it should Continued on page 5 Monday: On Campus: On Campus: On Campus: On Campus: Bardavon: On Campus: On Campus: Film Soccer vs. The Tabernacle Women's Film Society Women's Dean's "Friday the 13th" Adelphi Singers Volleyball vs. presents Volleyball Convocation Day 7:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Manhattenville "The Bridge on vs. Mercy Co-Editors RickO'Donnell Advertising Staff Caroline Kretz " Photography Editors Jeanne LeGloahec in the Theater • 7 p.m. the River Kwai" 7 p.m. Coffeehouse Patti Walsh LisaCrandall Kyle Miller, Christine Dempsey Leo House I Madrigal Reception in Fireside Lounge Dinner and Dinner Film College Night 9 p.m. Associate Editors Karen Lindsay Classified Kevin'ShuIz Photographers Michael Ward, Sandy Olson 4:30 p.m. "Friday the 13th' McCann Lou Ann Seelig Jack D'Orio, Gina Franciscovich The Reporters Meg Adamskl, Bernadette Grey, Carol Lane, Matthew Mclnerny, The Bardavon: Opera "IITravatore" Senior Class Halloween Mixer 7 & 9:30 p.m. 7 p.m. Sports Editor Bill Travers Ivan Navas, John Petacchi, Copy Editors Lisa Crandall, Judy Knox, 9 p.m. Circle Advertising Manager Jim Barnes Richelle Thomas, Brian Kelly, Andrea Holland, Sue Vasallo, Bill Flood, Karen Magdalen, Mark Amodeo, Adam Their Kathy O'Connor, Ken Bohan Paul Crowell, Joe Pareti 8 p.m. The Bardavon: Brian O'Keefe, Alice O'Keefe, John Petacchi, Dawn Oliver Opera Business Manager Adrienne Ryan Holly Sraeel, Richard Copp Pat Brady, Barry Smith "IITravatore" 8 p.m. News Editor Eileen Hayes Cartoonist Ted Waters Faculty Advisor David McCraw CUB sponsores a Halloween chiller this Friday and Sunday night. Come to the Campagnat Castle for an evening of Medieval "Friday the 13th" is open to the Marist Community for $1.00 with pagentry: Jesters, good food, song and dance. Tickets are $8.00 foi "Marist I.D. students and $10.00 for faculty. The fun starts at 4:30 on Saturday v. the Fireside Lounge. * October 28,1982 - THE CIRCLE • Page 5 < *Page4 • THE CIRCLE • October 28* 1982 • A segment of history to be brought back By Brian Kelley form alcohol awareness task force side the Pub and give a breathalyzer test to "There's a New York State Law that blems that alcohol can cause." Keating, who is a junior, said there are anyone who would be willing to take it. makes it unlawful for bartenders to serve By Matthew Mclnerny Many Marist students enjoy going out approximately ten people on the task force. According to Keating, the task force was people who are already drunk. How many Wooden beams, which were once It has taken nine years for .the Hyde Park and having a few drinks on the weekends There are students and even a college formed in the spring 1981 semester by in- times have you seen someone who can covered with flowing vines, currently -office to acquire this grant from the but very few know about the Alcohol janitor en the the task force. terested student leaders. barely walk go up to the bar and still get resemble oversized pick-up sticks on brick government. They have received the exact Awareness Task Force on campus. In the first three weeks of school this served?" Keating said. "Right now we're working on a report pillars. sum they requested originally with ho Anne Keating, chairman of the program, which we will give to the administration semester, there were five alcohol-related in- Keating said she feels that much of the The four-foot deep Romanesque inflation adjustment; therefore, they are arid the other people involved are trying to that will state our goals and give recom- juries on campus. That's really something vandalism and personal injury that occurs fountain now contains a foot of stagnant unable to restore the garden to its original change that. mendations," she said. to worry about," Keating said. on campus is a direct result of alcohol water sprinkled with leaves and empty beer condition. "We're trying to do just what the title Last year, the task force organized an She also said that the group is working abuse. cans. The naked statue in the center has The stabilization, as Brown calls it, will says — raise awareness," Keating said. Alcohol Awareness Week, which Keating on a request that would ask the bartenders "Alcohol abuse does much more than had its left arm crudely amputated. begin in late October with the installation "We don't want to preach to anyone, we said was successful. This year the group in the Pub not to serve people who are cause personal problems," Keating said. The walls and benches of the concrete of drainage ducts to the fountain and pool. just want to make people aware of the pro- wouldjike to get a policeman to stand out- already intoxicated. "People have broken windows here while pavillion, where friends of Fredereck "Drainage is 40 percent of the work," she being drunk, fights have broken out and a Vanderbilt once sat viewing his Italian said. lot of other things happen when people are Garden, today bear the names and initials of intruders wishing to leave their mark for all others to see. t h e drainage is expected to be completed or nearly completed, before the snow flies, according to Brown. "Work will resume Farley blames drinking in fall intoxicated that just wouldn't happen if they were straight," she added. "Some people just don't know when to next spring as early as possible and end in By Brian Kelley stop," she said. "They use alcohol on a Vanderbilt's once flourishing flower beds, constructed in 1897 and now the fall. . Patrick Farley, the sophomore who suffered severe injuries kept dropping, so an exploratory operation was performed. steady basis in order to relieve their ten- belonging to the United States government, So, with mortar and trowel in hand, six weeks ago when he fell off a cliff by the river, said that The injury to his liver was discovered during this operation. sions. The only peoblem is that the patterns show the signs of neglect, largely due to an masons from the D.W.K. Technical drinking was responsible for the accident. "The impact of the rocks against my abdomen caused my that are set here will continue when we undersized staff and a lack of sufficient Construction Co. of Napanoch, N.Y.will "I never would have tried to climb down that cliff in the liver to split open," Farley said. "I lost four pints of blood." leave." funds. set out to restore this important part of the dark if I hadn't been drinking,'' Farley said. Farley said that drinking is not wrong, but that it makes According to Keating one out of every But the National Park Service in Hyde Vanderbilt Mansion's rich history. As a result of the fall, Farley suffered serious liver damage people think they can do things that they can't normally do. five people driving on the weekend is intox- Excavation work will be required to A garden at the Vanderbilt mansion soon to be restored as part of a project and lacerations on his face and head. He also fractured his "Once you start drinking a lot you really begin to lose track icated, and one out of every ten during the Park, N.Y., which oversees the Vanderbilt by the National Park Service. (Photo by Matthew Mclnerny) Mansion, recently obtained a federal grant rebuild walls and buildings. The foun- jawbone, cheekbone, and both bones surrounding his eye over how much you've had,'' he said. week. of $500,000 for restoration and dations of these structures must be checked Congress was needed." sockets. He received a total of fifty-five stitches. "It's interesting to come back to Marist and hear about all She said the task force's main goal is to to ensure stability before actual rebuilding government, according to Brown. stablization of structures in the garden. "Basically, you have to avoid private So, in the near future, there will be no He was out of school for two weeks; seven days in the the rumors that went around. Someone told me that they had inform, not to counsel. Susan Brown, assistant curator for the starts. After the drainage system is in- hospital and seven at home. Farley spent one-and-a-half days heard I was paralyzed from the neck down, and other people "We can refer people to Alcoholics stalled, the pool and fountain areas will donations," Brown said. "Bellefield was rose, carnation, or palm greenhouses, or Hyde Park office, said the grant will cover donated by Gerald Morgan to the center garden area, or cherry walk and in the intensive care of St. Francis hospital. thought I was on drugs," Farley said. Anonymous and similar agencies, but the stabilization of brick and concrete work need to have a new surface applied. No one can argue that Farley is a lucky man. we're not trained to deal with alcoholics, government because he wanted to protect pool gardens. But this stabilization may be The blood test that was performed at the hospital showed a on the garden. The Hyde Park office also What if private donations were used for the northern boundaries of the F.D.R. the first step to total restoration of "After I fell.two of my friends, Dan Spuhler and Chris high alcohol content (3.0), but showed there were no drugs in Keating said. handles the F.D.R. Home and Library and replanting the beds? estate from commercial developers. In Frederick Vanderbilt's famous Italian Burke, found me lying in the river. Dave Gregory, another Farley's body. "A drinking problem is something that Bellefield Park Offices. Private donations to specific Park order to accept his donation, an act of Garden. friend of mine, went to notify the police.'' "I can't drink again until Christmas," he said. "I'll still does not come about over night," she said. Service programs are not allowed by the Farley was taken to St. Francis hospital, where doctors at- drink, but not nearly as much, and I'll probably keep it in- "It is developed over a long period of time. tended to his external injuries. However, his blood pressure doors." If we can get one person to find help, then our goals have been accomplished." Elective computer courses gain in popularity Continued from page 2 More letters to service of their country. This present. Individually, we may pencil later, we can honestly say Jeanne Fahey, Kathy McGarity, By Grazia E. LoPiccolo communications, languages and political center, said that Marist is able to handle the crease in students taking computer science identify with all or some of the that homecoming fell somewhat and the rest of the nine The number of students taking computer science," said Mrs. Perrottee. to cut the rosary embilical cord service could be military, if the increase in the number of students taking courses, but said he is concerned with those from the students. people choose. Or it could be in components of our heritage but short in meeting these goals. science courses as electives has doubled Perrottee, who had no prior knowledge computer science courses. "With current students who leave Marist without a basic There are much greater the Peace Corps, or Vista, or in individually or collectively we We don't deny that the idea of Thank you from the previous year, according to a of computing, said she was able to conduct planning and growth in computer knowledge of computers. "They are problems on campus than that of whatever new or revived forms of cannot deny what that heritage is: homecoming was a good one and recent study conducted by Marist College. the study with the help of the computer resources, we do not anticipate any dif- missing a great opportunity. Regardless of the dreaded cohabitation or national service will be designed a legacy passed from one group to that we were initially excited at To the Editor: Cicely Perrotte, program assistant for center staff; She obtained her data from ficulty in keeping pace with demand in what one is majoring, since we have ex- bumps in cafeteria trays. The idea (WPA? CCC?...). another, generation by genera- the prospect of building our float, On Thursday Oct. 7, 1982, the program, who conducted the study, the new expanded student directory and computing. However, there might be a time cellent hardware and facilities, it is really to of the guest pass is a good one Immense benefits from a year tion. but as time progressed we realized while on patrol, I suffered what reported that in the class of 1982, 60% of information stored in the main computer. lag in acquiring new terminals," said the advantage of students to take courses in protecting the members of the or two of such national service In the discussions to date of the that exactly what was expected of was diagnosed as a cardiac the graduates took a computer science The study was conducted at the Denney. -- . . computers," he said. Marist community, however, I do would accrue to both the in- R.O.T.C. proposal, not infre- us was very unclear. For example, seizure. I collapsed outside the course. Of that number 80% were required recommendation of Dr. Dennis Murray, Murray said he is satisfied by the in- not think people need or want to dividual and the country. In- quently have we heard statements two clubs - including the Junior security office and student dispat- to take introduction to computing to fulfill president of Marist College. Murray said be protected from their choice of < dividuals would have the op- indicating that any alliance with. Class - were sent out for trailers cher Don Gately responded pro- . a ..majorrejguirernent.^ln the class.of 198J,.; that by having the study, he wanted to raise lifestyle and related activities. portunity-to mature by means of ~ the military jvould be in conflict .only to find that they y/erc broken mptly and jnottfied pjauy.ieyy^Vte 72% of "expected graduates have already the issue of whether or not a course in with our heritage. and could not be used for our Department and the Fairview am- taken a course in computer science. Of that computer science should be part of the core Should castration be admitted geographic and socioeconomic A N T I Q U E BAR into the Penal Code relating to mixing, by on-the-job training, All Saints Day, as a reminder floats. This caused problems for bulance, who immediately ad- number only 74% were required to do so. program. "I believe the basic use of of part of our heritage, suggests us since our original idea ' ministered life-saving first aid, Perrotte, said that in actual numbers in computer will be come as fundamental as & EATERY cohabitation? Should you be especially by selfless devotion to a assisted by Marist security super- forced to confess your "sin" of cause outside themsleves. Benefits that we pause to consider the lives depended on the use of a trailer. the 1982 graduating class 52 students took reading, writing and arithmetic in the next of those who have contributed We also feel that the money visor Dick Hues and John computing as an elective or selected APL decade. The question is, would the Marist cohabitation to a priest? Should now reserved exclusively for the you be fined the amount of a military can be extended to cover significantly to our heritage. spent on the floats did little to Schlegel and Jeff Teator. To all for the Liberal Arts to fulfill the Math core degree mean more if a course in computer UNIQUE TO Michael, David, Jason, Daniel, promote unity since so few people of these people I am forever requirement. In the class of 1983, 97 was a core requirement," said Murray. night in a cheap hotel if. caught? all citizens, and thereby millions THE Answers to these and other of young men and women would Ruth, Rachael, Paul, Anne, were actually involved in their grateful. students have already taken introduction to Murray said it will be up to the Marist Mary, Stephen, Richard, construction. The apathy ex- But as some of you know, lying computing as an elective or APL for the faculty to make the decision., inquisitions at your next floor earn money for college or for HUDSON meeting. starting out in life. The country Margaret, Joan, Louis, Edward, pressed by our class was in a hospital bed with tubes and Liberal Arts. Mr. Ted Prenting, faculty chairman, Francis, etc. — each is part of our discouraging, and we are sure that wires sticking into your body, VALLEY Sincerely, also would benefit greatly. "These statistics show a definite increase said that he. wasn't aware of any com- A Concerned Student Necessary work projects would heritage. Each brought to his or we were not alone in experiencing your spirits-are low and then a in interest in computer science courses on mittee, at this time. finally get done with minimal her moment in time an extraor- this. Perhaps in the future more friendly face or a funny get-well the part of- the majors in fields such as Cecil Denney, director of the computer labor costs, unemployment would dinary optimism founded in a people would be involved in card appears and life immediately ' ^^^f^^-j-j'' ' "I^B^^I I Open until 4 A M R.O.T.C.I be eased, the poor and the elderly system of belief which enabled the homecoming if it was better brightens. So for all who have individual to see farther and organized and planned. visited, or sent get-well cards, and Danny Ma resigns as registrar 9M^*J_JH 1BS^5£^I^SSV^^^^^^B K i t c h e n Open 11:30-9:30 ToTheEditor: would receive sympathetic help and care; most importantly, the On Friday afternoon October country would gain mature, understand more completely the In closing, we would like to those prayers for my speedy and challenges of the times. Personal express our sincere appreciation complete recovery, I say thank Marist College Registrar Danny Ma has resigned, according to the college C o c k t a i l Hour 22 the faculty of Marist College concerned citizens. - '- limits were not limitations when to the few people who took the you and God bless you. personnel office. IJB^^^^^UJ^^^^^H voted on the introduction of the one had faith. Is this not the time to help us out with our float. Paul Bettini 5-7PM This is what I want Marist Ma will be leaving the post as of Nov. 15, Marc Adin, the college's personnel H^r^Hv^i^^H message of Francis of Assisi as Sincerely, director, said earlier this week. Ma was riot available for comment on the resignation. He has served as registrar for the past four years. The personnel office has set Nov. 15 as the deadline for accepting applications IK^nlH ~ • ROTC. I voted No. College . t o promote. A total What is needed in the United vision. Not a partial militaristic States today is not more one. Not a self-vested economic militarism, certainly not more one. New Platz turned down the welf as Joan of Arc, Tom Dooly as well as Martin Luther King? Is it not the meaning of Marcellin Barbara LaDuke Maryn Magdalen (Junior Class Officers) Fire up 135 MILL STREET military expenditure at the ex- ROTC; and Vassar holds a week- Champagnat's favorite psalm? Dear Editor: for the position, which has an advertised salary range of $22,000 to $25,000. POUGHKEEPSIE.N Y It has come to my notice that pense of the needy. The USA is long - symposium on Nuclear Believe that one person in the Ma, who has degrees in math and computer science, was instrumental in having the Registrar's Office moved to its new location in Donnelly Hall. OAH'S AR 454-9296 already viewed in many parts of Disarmemant. And Marist votes the world, in Central America, in for the military? right place at the right time can Homecoming floats II on returning from the mid-term make a great difference. Have break, a gaping wound had been South America, in Africa, as a Bro. Joseph L.R. Belanger faith in one another and in the Dear Editor: wrought on the lounge in Gregory militaristic power intent .on world enterprise in which we engage on It seems, to us that people at House. Some person or persons domination, militarily and this campus. Believe that we in- Marist are very willing to sign up have seen fit to purloin the coupon ROTC II SOMEDAY YOU'LL BE THIS OLD economically. This is not the image of my country I wish to continue to project.' The To the Editor: dividually and collectively have a for something, but more reluctant firestove from the lounge, and as treasure to share with future to help out when the time comes a result I am suffering from generations and that Marist's around. withdrawal symptoms. Being THEHAIR SHACK HOW WILL YOU FEEL? American soldier abroad is, On Monday, 1 November, the unfortunately in too many cases, council of Student Leaders will the worst of the "ugly conduct its second student forum Americans." It was heartening to on the proposal to establish an degrees can serve as our symbols, ped by pessimism and cynicism. Along with about thirty other Irish, I am used to having a our signs of hope to those entrap- people, we thought that we would fireplace in most of the rooms of get involved and help out with the my own home and therefore I The discussions over R.O.T.C, Sophomore Class float. When the became very attached to the fire 49 Academy Street Come see the film read in the NY Times (Oct. 15, R.O.T.C. program on our cam- p.24) that the army recruits are pus as a voluntary, non-academic whatever the outcome, should building time arrived, how many in Gregory...memories of home help us to better understand people of the thirty made an and all that. No Appointment Necessary now about 85% high school activity for both men and women. ourselves, our heritage and the appearance? Nine — including As a result of Gregory's loss I "A New Age for the Old," graduates, instead of high school Before s o m e o n e dropouts. How urgently the "sacrilege" over the forum being calls mission of this institution. Listen, two non-sophomores. As a result, have developed a pyromania- discuss, and then make an in- the Sophomore Class float wasn't oeidipal complex. To be more *2 O F F (Reg. $8.00) 7:30 p.m. Thursday military needs college-educated held coincidentally on All Saints personnel I will not deny. My Day, I want to assure all readers problem with the ROTC is that it that C.S.L.'s forum is not an act does not go far enough in trying of irreverence. to solve our problem. It seeks formed decision. as good as originally planned; and specific-when I arrived back from Sincerely yours, was, in our book a waste of the break, I was literally gagged Gerard A. Cox $50.00. with a spoon at Gregory's We're tired of hearing excuses. awesome loss and because this SHAMPOO, CUT, BLOW STYLE November 11th However, the coincidence is only a military solution. Isn't perhaps fortuitous. All Saints (All We're tired of hearing un- situation is grody to the max, it Homecoming floats I necessary comments about our has cast a totally beige gloom over brute force always the easiest, the Hallows) Day, despite the tradi- (long hair $4.00 extra) first recourse? float. At least nine people who Gregory House, with the prospect tional antics of . the evening Dear Editor: cared got something off of the of no heat for the winter What I believe my country before, is a specific reminder of As people involved in the ground, and they deserve many Please, through the offices of in Fireside Lounge needs is a year, — or two, — of our heritage just as are many homecoming here at Marist, we thanks. your newspaper, try and do national service from all its other days of religious would like to express our reac- As for those who signed up but something to make Gregory O F F (Reg. $30.00) A discussion will follow. citizens. AH men and women, observance. tions to the event. They said it never showed, think about it, and House tubular again. equally between the ages of, say, Heritage is the product of col- would be "fun," and would next time if you don't plan on John P. Hough BODY PERM includes Refreshments will be served. 18 and 22, should be required to lective efforts. It is a product of give that minimal part of their life the past which challenges us in the provide the involved clubs with a helping, DON'T SIGN UP! sense of unity. However, one Continued on page 6 Karen Johnson, Ed St. John, Cut & Nexus Conditioner * « — Pago 6 THE CIRCLE October 28,1982 ,. i October 28,1982 - THE CIRCLE • Page 7 < Halloween festivities 48, An excellent haircuttery. Now featuring CELLOPHANES, the new non- By Carol Lane plied by WMCR. Admission is free if you A mummy and a scarecrow walk arm and money prizes awarded. in arm down the street. Ghosts and wear a costume. Costumes will be judged Wear your favorite costume to The River has new life at college by Matthew Mclnerny peroxide haircolor/conditioning system with unlimited color choices and excellent sheen. skeletons lurk in the shadows. Shrieks and Station, Church Street, Poughkeepsie, and business. They said 1 could get around 40 groans fill he night air. Is this a horror film you will be charged half the regular price credits because of my background," he or a nightmare? No, It is Halloween for everything from 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. At age 16, Sal Ferdico's parents removed said. MAIRCUTTERS weekend in Poughkeepsie. If you want to stay closer to home, Skin- him from high school to work. At age 48, According to Ferdico, he is taking some There are activities planned for this ner's, located on Route 9 in Poughkeepsie Ferdico is back in school as a freshman at "tough courses." Economics, philosophy, weekend at many of the local bars in (directly across the street), is hosting a Marist College. population and world resources, sociology Serving Poughkeepsie and at Marist. All that is costume party Saturday night. Prizes for Born in Harlem and raised in the Bronx, Ferdico had a night job as a baker while in and applied learning techniques comprises his schedule. $2.00 Off Marist College needed is a little initiative, a lot of creativi- best costumes range from $50 for first prize ty and a unique costume. The excitement to two bottles of champagne for the sixth junior high school. "I used to sleep in Like most new students, Ferdico has had With Marist I.D. Since 1975 begins 10 p.m. Thursday at Noah's Ark, place costume. school because of work," Ferdico said. Finally his parents took him out of school trouble adjusting to some courses. 135 Mill St., Poughkeepsie with their Sunday night The Chance is sponsoring a "Philosophy is a lot of double talk. It's my fourth Annual Halloween Party. Costumes "Blottoween" party featuring the band so he could continue working. fault I don't understand some things. But will be judged at midnight. There will be a "Blotto." Costumes will be judged and At age 27, after developing an allergy to the professor explains the problems to me flour, a friend got him a job with a private variety of prizes for the best costumes, in- prizes awarded. cluding Broadway show tickets. Two dollars will gain you admission to investigating firm in New York City. Fer- and I understand them a little better," he said. THE CUTTERy Sheahan residents, if you are artistically Brandy's Two, Academy Street, dico worked his way up through the com- Economics is his toughest course, he ad- inclined or just want to have fun, a team Poughkeepsie on Sunday night for a Hallo : Traditional jack-o-lanterns are decked out in new ways for Marist's up- pany, going from a security guard to assis- tant manager. As assistant manager he was mits. "On my mid-term I got a C, but the 3 Liberty St., Main Mall, Poughkeepsie pumpkin carving contest is being planned ween party. There will be free drinks froni mean was 50, so that is good." for Friday night 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. and a costume contest. A coming Halloween celebration. responsible for the payroll of 275 men, "I'm doing well for a guy who has been 454-9239 Saturday night there will be a variety of $100 first prize for both the best and most uniforming expenses and finger-printing. events to choose from. The senior class is original costumes and a $50 second prize "Thunderroad" and "Friends." Poughkeepsie police department said that After three heart attacks, he retired and out of school so long. But since the time I By Appointment Only went to school, education has excelled," he sponsoring a halloween mixer Saturday for both categories will be awarded. Enter- Marist security has scheduled extra all officers will be on duty Halloween went on disability in 1976. said. night from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. with music sup- tainment will be supplied by the bands guards for the weekend. A member of the night. He tried to find work after leaving the For Ferdico, getting back in the groove force. Ferdico applied for a license to start of school has taken a lot. He credits his own private investigating company but FINAL (2) WEEKS By Eileen Hayes week. Around the world Tyenol incident. memory and is capable of moving 32 ob- was refused by the state. He was also turn- ed down by I.B.M. Corp. because of his disability. According to Ferdico, he "everybody at .Marist" for being a big help. From the girls in the registrar's office and financial aid, to his professors and fellow students, he has nothing but praise. R OOSEVELTTHEAT« Rla. 9. Hyda Par* CA9-2000 ACRES OF FREE PARKING EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE . The suspect,* who investigators refer to as Children have been warned not to go to jects at one time. couldn't find a job because "nobody wants Feature Shown: Eves. 7;15 & 9:35 A 10.1 percent unemployment rate is the "Lewis-Richardson-Wilson" because of houses of people they don't know. an uneducated P.I." There is something that goes along with Democrats best campaign weapon for next his many aliases, is wanted on charges of In other years, there have been reports of Atari's newest system is a 5200 model, With his brother Peter keeping on his being an older person in classes. "It Discount Mat: Sunday, 2 p.m. which is a much improved version of the doesn't feel good to be the oldest, because week's election. It is predicted that the attempted extortion, as is his wife, Leann. razor blades in apples and poison in candy. standard 2600 model. The 5200 has superb back to go back to school, Ferdico took the Matinee Price $2.00 Democrats will gain approximately 30 to 40 Richardson's handwriting matched that The authorities are especially fearful this General Equivalency Diploma test on Jan. kids feel I should know more," he said. graphics. The 'star' of this year's Atari There are some things he does know seats in Congress due to the disastrous state of a $1 million extortion letter sent to the year that incidents similar to this might Video games is E.T. The extra-terrestrial 9, 1982. He compiled 248 points out of a of the economy. makers of Tyenol. The authoritites have recur. possible 300 to earn his high school —things he has taught himself. He's learn- plays out the story and it's up to the player President Reagan travelled again this past week promoting the Republican Party issued a warrant for his arrest. So far there are many leads but no arrest; to have E.T. assemble his phone to call home. j diploma. His brother was instrumental in his deci- ed Spanish and Italian on his own. "I need- ed it for work," he said. Work will be in the back of his mind as "GO SEE I T " and Reaganomics. He also appeared on Meanwhile, the food and Drug Ad- On the lighter side of the news: sion to attend Marist. "Peter and his wife commercials asking the public to have pa- ministration is in the process of developing 2 Intellivision and Odyssey don't have both graduated ; from Marist with he continues his education. His biggest and be moved to cheers tience with his program. The Democrats feel this approach backfired on the national standards for all over-the-counter medications tamper-resistant. They're arriving just in time for Christmas. They talk, walk, bleep, and new machines this year, but they are offer- ing a voice module to add a new dimension to their current games. philosophy degrees. He now works for Marist with inmate education," Ferdico worry is whether there will be a job opening for him at age 52. But his ultimate goal is to achieve a bachelor's degree, maybe a An Officer and tears and beyond. Republican Party by reminding the people shoot. No, they're not Martians, they are said. It takes flight and lands how things have gotten worse since he took office. The Tyenol poisoning is affecting the na- the new home video games. The manufacturers are taking advantage tion, but children of all ages are going to of recent advances in technology to make These new systems are so sophisticated that their developers are looking into ways of making them able to convert into home He is majoring in Business Administra- tion, claiming he's had enough police master's, and then search for work. Ferdico loves school and he's "sorry" he didn't get here sooner. And, as he told his and a right in your heart." work. The campaigns will soon be over. Now it's up to the voters. feel it personally when Halloween night the home games begin to resemble the comes. This year, the spooky night famous quality of the arcade video games. computers. "They (registrar's office) wanted to put me in criminal justice because of my doctor why he was going to school, "I would like to graduate before I drop Gentleman -Katie Kelly, WNBC-TV for its witches and goblins is going to pro- Some of the new games include Col- CIRCLE background, but I wanted to study dead." The nationwide search for the Missouri duce a few ghost towns. Many com- ecoVision's Smurf,.-.- Zaxxon, and the STAFF 7 p.m.Sunday COMING NOV. 5 - 1st RUN 1 man tselieved to'be" the person who laced munities are restricting door-to-door trick- popular arcade ga~me, Donkey Kong; Col- MEETING CC168 ;pf. the Tylenol with cyanide continued this or-treating for fear of copycats of the ecoVision has 17,000 bytes of internal Marist receives $100,000 Matt Dillon in Walt Disney's "TEX' Even More Letters for new Comm Arts center a week and write, "I will not Continued from page 5 break the cohabitation rule ever Marist College was awarded a $100,000 the new communications center will be again," one thousand times! (At grant from the John Ben Snow Memorial named the John Ben Snow Journalism Trust, according to Dennis J.'Murray, room, according to Dr. Murray. "It is Mosquito syndrome least the gays will still make out.) president of the college. The grant will be most appropriate that the name of Mr. In all seriousness, folks, our Snow be permanently associated with rights to privacy and autonomy used to help fund construction of the new To the Editor: Lowell Thomas Communication Arts Lowell Thomas in a center that will serve as I find mosquitos very annoy- are being grossly invaded. We pay dearly for these tiny rooms which Center. Other significant gifts to Marist's Lowell Knights of Columbus ing. I also find bureaucrats an- we call our homes, while also try- "The support of a prestigious founda- Thomas project include grants from the noying, especially when they get ing to pay for an education. It tion such as the John Ben Snow Memorial Kresge Foundation, the Hess Foundation, caught up in following their own should be our right to have Trust is strong endorsement of the Merrill Lynch, Inc., the Gannett Founda- inflexible routines. I would like to thank Betty Yeaglin for doing members of the opposite sex in our rooms as long as we wish significance of the new Lowell Thomas Center and Marist's mission," said Dr. tion and the James J. McCann Foundation in Poughkeepsie. Marcellin Champagnat Council No. 5679 such a super job on enforcing the without disregard for our room- "carry your I.D. card at all Murray. The new Lowell Thomas Communica- mates' wishes. Established in 1948 by John Ben Snow, times" rule. tions Arts Center will feature exhibit I always thought college was the foundation grants funds for educa- galleries with observation windows to It's just too bad for all you the beginning of independence. tional, religious and humanitarian pur- Congratulations to the following Catholic gentlemen on the boys and girls who live off cam- broadcast, television, and film studios. Are we that competent that we poses. Mr. Snow was a nationally-known Major facilities include an experimental completion of their First Degree into the Knights of Colum- pus who happened to forget them. have to be lead around and watch- You must learn boys and girls, publisher and served as chairman of multimedia theatre, corridor galleries for that you will not be admitted to ed like children? I would hope the Speidel Newspapers. photography and journalism exhibits, bus: majority of you resent this at- In recognition of Mr. Snow's contribu- darkroom facilities and numerous seminar any free mixers without your titude and not be afraid to speak I.D.'s. For that matter, you won't tion to the field of journalism, a room in and conference rooms. out against it! (Is that all we even be admitted to a class in the represent to Marist — a number?) McCann center without your I.D., and for all you girls, To the administration, do you Peter A. DeChristina Christopher Hughes whatever you do, don't leave your really think enforcing these rules I.D.'s on the bottom of your will change the situation? Girls James Benincasa Kevin W. Sullivan pocketbooks. You'll hold up the can get pregnant at 12 in the after- impatient lines waiting to enter all noon just as easily as 12 o'clock at Sean P. Duffy Thomas J. Antinora Jr. the extravagant school functions. night! John M. Walsh John R. Albinson As to the alcohol problem, if I would personally like to thank you can't stop the drug problems, Peter G. Moloney John L. Vispoli you, Betty Yeaglin for telling my good luck in trying to solve the employer to write me that alcohol problem, students one Blair J. Ligas John B. Germain scolding letter about how disrup- way or another will still drink. START OFF WITHACOUPUOFTALL ONES. Chip Shepard Konrad Perez We.9Jffde tive I was at a recent mixer. You Also, your creating a self- certainly put me in my place that fulfilling prophecy. If you're go- t * -. i,\ y,. w - £ . j £ r f * : / R ^ Auerbach• Christopher S. Desautelle Shawn F. Mulligan night, and I certainly learned my ing to treat the student body like lesson. (Gee, I thought for sure I children, invade their privacy, Stephen J. Hogan James P. Marriott was out of grade school by now and look at them as a number Robert J. Fazio Michael B. Murphy then you can expect students to not to mention I've been here for six years.) Well I promise you, rebel and act just how they're be- ANDECKER ROLLING ROCK Steven M. Ryan Betty, I'll say my penance for ing treated. 6-Pack Bottles committing such a terrible sin. And, boys and girls, if you As to the students, if you want this enforced, then sit back and $2.19 $2.19 think carrying your I.D.'s at ?U don't speak out, but be willing to times is annoying, wait until the accept the consequences. Fraternally yours, cohabitation rule starts to be en- forced! Anyone caught with a There are many more serious problems to be dealt with here at EVCTTTHIWtWAUiirSWMfTtt COCA COLA .89* member of the opposite sex in Marist. Why not concentrate your Tab or Diet Coke 2 Litre Bottle Philip K. Boyle their room after 12 p.m. will be efforts on these problems? Grand Knight spanked, placed on detention for Emery Giovannone Page 8- THE CIRCLE • October 28,1982« October 28,1982 -THE CIRCLE • Page 9 • •'ijfc&i Backstage Pass • * / COOP AT TAKE A "PROF" TO' LUNCH Program in Irish studies by Rick O'DonncU questionable whether or not $8.50 in ad- vance and $9.50 at the door was a little too MARIST COLLEGE INFORMAL may soon become a reality October has been quite a month for steep. The show has been sold out since last Marist College rock fans. On the statewide by Matthew Mclnerny "There are also non-Irish students who level, The Who has performed in New Friday afternoon, so the price must be right. The show will be general admission, GATHERING The Irish may finally be having their day are interested in studies because of the significant impact of Ireland in the world, York and Buffalo. At the local level, The and a giant dance floor will be provided. Mid-Hudson Civic Center will be hosting Peter Gabriel and Men at Work next week. Since the show was scheduled, Men at ACCOUNTING STUDENTS! OF STUDENTS at Marist College. With Marist offering minors in Latin- particularly in America's past history," said Janice Casey, an assitant professor of Work has scored a number one single with American, Jewish and Russian studies, the Finally.on the campus level, RCA recor- ding artists, 805, headlined a concert in the "Who Can it be Now," and a top ten album with Business as Usual. Men at AND FACULTY opportunity has arisen for the students to possibly obtain a minor in Irish studies. English who will teach the proposed Irish Literature course. Dr. Lavin's course, to be offered next Marist cafeteria last weekend. The Who have stirred up all the publicity Work has been selling out shows all over America since they left Fleetwood Mac's If you are a junior or senior accounting student with a OVER LUNCH The program, the idea of many faculty, administrators and students, may soon be a semester, will cover; prehistoric Ireland, that had just fizzled out from the recent the invasions from the 9th to 16th centuries Rolling Stones tour of America. However recent tour as a warm-up act. A recent Vancouver show sold out 13,000 seats, 3.0 GPA or above, consider the following position: reality if the Curriculum Committee of the Vikings, Anglo-Normans and ratifies two proposed courses for the spring English and the troubles facing Ireland to- The Who is doing their "farewell' tour, so something that even Fleetwood Mac has to IBM Poughkeepsie will be recruiting 2-3 SPONSORED BY semester. day. Dr. Lavin said that her course is a that allows them to charge no less than $15 cross their fingers to achieve. This ' "It is very important for the students to a ticket. By the time most fans got a ticket Australian band will surely score just as co-op students to work full time for the THE STUDENT ACADEMIC COMMITTEE understand their roots, especially in to- "survey course" and her great hope is that, in their hand they more than likely had to well with the American audience as The "as the Irish studies expand, we will be able pay close to $40 to profiteers who are far Little River Band, Air Supply and Rick spring '83 semester. Positions are salaried day's homogenized society," said Dr. Bar- to develop more out of the present pro- bara Lavin, an assistant professor of gram." from real Who fans. Springfield have done in the past. &$300-$375/week) and competitive. WHEN: FRIDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1982 political science. The development of more courses will be The lineup is the same as The Who that Dr. Lavin has already won approval for performed the last tour. The New York Even Marist College sponsored a concert needed before a minor can be offered. Ac- shows, and the Buffalo shows were out- in the past week. RCA recording artists 2:30 P.M. - 4:30 P.M. the first course in an Irish studies program. cording to Don Eustace, a former president doors; this insured the promoters of mak- 805, a progressive rock band from Are you interested? Interviews will be Friday, "The History and Political Culture of Ireland" could combine with the proposed of the Gaelic Society, it will take 12 to 18 Syracuse, N.Y., performed in the Marist credit hours to constitute a minor. ing big bucks. As a matter of fact concert promoter Jim Koplick was going to have cafeteria. The admission price for this November 5. Call Ext. 210 or 209 for details. Call To- "Irish Literature" and "Irish Art up to The Who play at the Hartford Civic Center show was only $2. 805 sounds very close to day! WHERE: THE PUB — CAMPUS CENTER 1400 A.D." to form the nucleus for a Eustace, a junior, is credited by the a cross between Genesis and Steely Dan, minor in Irish studies, according to Dr. many involved in the program as the on December 9, but the show failed to Limited Tickets and Group Seating Available Lavin. materialize because the promoter wasn't with a little Asia thrown in. On their debut "guiding force" in establishing an Irish going to get enough money. The Who is an album, Stand in Line, they display the The Curriculum Committee, composed studies at Marist. He started on the project excellent band to catch in concert, but no quality of being able to cut crisp pro- of three faclty members, will meet Jan. 15 after learning that other colleges had in- Ticket Prices: MENU band is worth the money that The Who has been drawing in. When I was presented gressive songs that never extend over five minutes. However, their strong point on vinyl is all but missing in their live show. BUSINESS STUDENTS! $5.-Commuterand "Prof" Cold Cut Platter to decide the program's fate. stituted similar programs. with the option of buying Shea Stadium ". tickets for $35, I was the first person to say The cuts from the album were performed $4.-Residentand "Prof" Salads The Mid Hudson Civic Center well, but 805 came to Marist with an hour's $3. - Commuter Alone Dessert "farewell" to The Who. Let's hope there isn't another "farewell" tour in three worth of good, tight music, and tried to Are you interested in a career in government? presents years; then the tickets will probably be pric- spread it over a two-hour span. The jams $2. - Resident Alone Soda, Tea, ed in the hundreds. between songs got long, and this, combined with the audience's unfamiliarity with Coffee, Beer The U.S. Military Academy at West Point is recruiting Two excellent shows are in store for the Mid Hudson Civic Center. On November 1 Peter Gabriel, former lead singer of Genesis, will be performing at the Civic 805's music, left many empty seats by the end of the concert, including mine. I would rather have had Marist judge 805 by giving Stand in Line a chance on the turntable, co-op students in the field of Purchasing. The position is salaried ($10,250/year) and lasts 26 weeks (13 on, 13 TICKETS ON SALE: PETER GABRIEL Center. Gabriel left Genesis back in 1974, and has continued to receive approval from critics throughout his four-album solo career. His most recent album Security is doing well on the album charts, and so is rather than have to sit through two hours of music that lacked focus. I'm afraid that after two hours of sitting on hard cafeteria seats watching 805, the only lasting impres- sion Marist had of the band was a sore off, 13 on). This co-op is a career track right into government service upon graduation. THURSDAY OCT. 28 & NOV. 4 FRIDAY OCT. 29 & NOV. 5 In Concert the album's single, "Shock the Monkey." backside. But all things considered, the IN DONNELLY HALL AND THE CAFETERIA Men at Work is slated to play the Civic Center on November 5. When the Civic special effects, and the times.the band did sparkle made the show well worth the price Interested? Call ext, 210 or 209 today! Deadline for applications is November 1., 1 9 8 2 . , - ;-, : FROM 9 A.M. to 2 P.M. 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One Per Person Plus others chosen that night i Good 10/29 and 10/30 Hyde Park Plaza Route 9 Hyde Park 229-9413 Page 10 • THE CIRCLE • Oct rter 28,1982• October 28,1982 • THE CIRCLE • Page 11' 'Voices' to present program q Malet points to mental errors for 2-4 record Two workshops will be held next can be defined as academic history that is Overall, Marist leads in almost every By Meg Adamski altered enough to be presented in an in- by John Petacchi Thursday by the acting company. The first category including points scored, 137-126, HeyCutie- The Great Depression will be relived in workshop deals with gethering and inter- teresting and clear manner to people who but they fail to combine all the individual Mon-is-effae, for real, be good. the theater next Thursday, Nov. 4, at 8 preting history. The second workshop deals are not deeply involved in the study of It may be the most over used word to 'What happened in the RPI game is what efforts for a full 60 minutes, according to A little angel history. While public history is attuned to describe the Marist football team this year, p.m., when the Voices Repertory Company with creative writing and audio-visual and it has plagued the team all year long. has happened four times this year — we had Malet. DJL "~~ will perform the play "Baltimore Voices." techniques of presenting history. the community member, academic history Inconsistency, according to Red Fox Head our ups and downs and failed to play 60 So where does that leave the Foxes? Take good care, study hard-interludes and The production covers happenings such The first workshop will be from 9:55 to is aimed at professional historians. Coach Mike Malet, has been the Red Fox- Despite their 2-4 overall record, in the all that, 1 won't be saving. as the 1918 flu epidenic in Baltimore and 10:45 a.m., and the second workshop will Burke said that professional historians es' biggest foe so far this season: minutes of solid football. * Mike Malet Metropolitan Conference they are 2-1 and E. the family hardships and triumphs ex- be in the free slot from 11:20 a.m. to 12:45 are now working closer with public still have a good chance of winning the con- Typing-60C a page, 534-2110. between 9:00 perienced during the Depression. p.m. v-.'.•' • historians, as in the case of the Voices "It sounds repetitious, but it's true — ference championship. Marist will play Repertory Company, in order to bring we've been inconsistent in all aspects of our Pace University at Pleasantville this Satur- a.m. & Noon. The play is written about six ethnic According to Burke, the group of actors game all year long," says Malet. "Our of- groups from Baltimore (South Baltimore, will be on campus two days todialog with history closer to the general public. day, and if they win, not only will they be Wendy, Paul, Rick, Theresa, Adrienne, fense and defense have both played well at option play on Marist's first possession. have been so erratic, when so many players sitting pretty in the conference, but it will Ted, Jon, BB, Etc. I miss you all! Love Park Heights, Little Italy, Highlandtown, students and go into more depth on sub- Burke said, " T h e study of history is times and have not played well at times. It's But RPI came back to put together three have played well individually. Malet cited Old West Baltimore and Hampden) in the jects discussed in the workshops and the be Marist's best record ever under Coach from Ireland, Alison beginning to change in the public eye as.it is frustrating for the coaches and the players long touchdown drives and pulled ahead Jim Cleary, Warren Weller, Andy Cioppa, Malet's reign. early 1900s. However the dialog is taken play. gaining more respect and acceptance.lt us- knowing v/e've come so close so many 22-19. Marist had one last chance. They Brian Sewing, Jim Creech, Steve Boecklin Rick and Patti- from "real words of real people," accor- took the ball with 40 seconds remaining in and Jim Van Cura for their fine play this Besides Pace, Marist has two more Burke said, "This group will offer help ed to be that the local historian of a town times." Congratulations on a fantastic paper! Keep ding to publications released from the com- was the little old lady who wore tennis the game and it appeared they might pull it year. games left to play and Malet sees fatigue as pany. to history students as well as creative The Foxes, 2-4 overall and losers of their it up! writers and drama students." The shoes, but now that's changing." " out, but a last-second Cleary pass to Mike "That's not to say the other guys haven't one possible reason for the mental mistakes Love, Alison According to Wilma J. Burke, director "Voices" offer a new way to view the study last two games, could easily be 5-1, but Strange was droped. What should have the team has made. Barb, my favorite R.A.-When? of the regional history programs at Marist, of history by joining drama and history. The "Voices" are being funded at Marist mistakes, mostly mentally according to been a Marist touchdown turned into their been playing well because they have, but by the Regional History program1, the of- Malet, have prevented a winning season to third loss by five points or less. what it comes down to is playing well as a "It has been tough working around mid- Bob Laforte-What poster? Where- "The play may be applicable to any city in The "Voices" base the show upon public the United States. Baltimore is only a case history. According to Burke, public history fice of the Academic Vice-President and date. team and putting together 60 minutes of term week and returning from break, and the College Activities Office. Ron Dimmie scored his sixth touchdown super football," Malet says. the kids may be a little tired. Most of our C.R.A.P. study." Two weeks ago, against a tough For- on a 10 yard run, and Cleary scored his fif- I hear Canada is beautiful in the fall-En? mistakes have been mental mistakes with dham team, Marist held the Rams scorelss th, also on a run, for the other Marist Statistically, Marist is having one of it's people forgetting their assignments and it One "Undaring" hoser in the first half only to give up 28 third scores. , finest years in the team's history. Ron Dim- could possibly be the frustration of know- quarter points and end up losing 28-7. Sheahan 3rd floor, Marist's only score came on a last-second "What happened in the RPI game is mie, with 394 yards rushing and six ing they could have won, but didn't," When are you going to buy your own car? touchdowns, needs only 81 yards to break touchdown pass from Jason Hawkins to what has happened to us four times this his own rushing record set last year and two Malet says. Your chauffeur Kent Charter to avoid a shutout. year — we had our ups and downs and fail- "Maybe we're not quite mature enough Kelly, ~~ ed to play 60 minutes of solid football," more touchdowns to surpass his own per- to get over the hump," Malet adds, "but How many hickies was it? Who gave them This past Saturday, Marist lost their se- says Malet. "It's frustrating from a sonal best of seven touchdowns. Jim there is definitely a good nucleus of a solid to you and how? Cleary has cond straight, 22-19 to RPI in a non- coach's standpoint knowing we are capable 527 yards completed 34 of 81 passes, for football team. Compared to last year, we and five touchdowns while yourL.R. conference game. It looked as if Marist of playing four quarters of good football, throwing only one interception. He has are a much better team and the attitude is might have an easy win early in the game as we did against St. Peter's and Brooklyn, Mich, when Randy Rosand threw a 55-yard but our errors cost us." rushed for another 234 yards and five 1000% better than any team I have ever Heres to forever! touchdown pass to Warren Weller off an touchdowns. Both back-up quarterbacks, coached." Jim It's difficult to figure out why the Foxes Randy Rosand and Jason Hawkins, have EXTRA POINTS: also thrown touchdown passes. Marist will be without two of their star- Bob How about another dance in the pub? I en- Injuries plague basketball team Warren Weller made the Marist record ting running backs, Jim Dowd and Mike joyed the last one!!! book against RPI catching six passes for Spawn, for the rest of the season. Spawn Love K •^ A Four members of the Marist basket- both are sidelined with broken ankles 134 yards. On the season, he has caught 15 has left the team and Dowd has reinjured Karyn, ball team are recovering from injuries and will be available for the regular passes for 340 yards and needs only six his left shoulder. It's great having a twin- thanks for always that have kept them from practice, season. They are expected to be out six more yards to break the record for most Marist's big quarter this year has been being there! which officially began Oct. 15. weeks. yards by a receiver. the second quarter as they have outscored Love Barb The most serious injury is to Steve Metcalf, a transfer from Rhode opponents 42-16. Their worst is the third Eggink who underwent surgery for a Island, won't be eligible to play until On defense, freshman Peter Moloney quarter where they have given up 48 points leads in tackles with 30, followed by Brian and have managed only 21 points. DearTewesa, Thanks fo bein you wuv Karen SOUPS N ^ r s s ^ SALADS herniated disc. The operation was a suc- cess, but he is expected to miss the entire 1982-83 season. Dec. 19 under NCAA rules. Also injured is junior Tom Meekins, who was just operated on for a small Sewing with 29 and Bill Wiegand with 24. Steve Boecklin has intercepted three passes, Marist is closing in on some school Eggink injured his back this summer while five others have intercepted a pass records with three games remaining to Ted- now I owe you one- and I always pay french onion or ^^^^^~^long tall sally d . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . 7 5 in a pickup basketball game at a camp hernia on Sept. 24. Meekins has been participating in pre-season workouts each. Opposing teams have completed just play. They are six points shy of the season back what I owe! remember, "practice 40% of their passes against a stingy Marist scoring mark of 143, set in 1980, and they i.makes perfect'.",;^* ..-..ui ,'i j_,_ id/V.'v:. -: o";./ soups of ^ near.his.home in Eugene, Ore. .„.. .-and i§,expected to be at fulljtrength by juniors Chris Metcalf and Gil Padilla""' next week."" secondary, and the Foxes-have held op- tveed only H8.yards to top the total.oftetvse a close friend .•*'.'• Barb- You're the greatest! What would I cup 1.10 / b o w l , 1.50 ua t n plate ^J'^:^fi:.:^M-: ponents to 895 yards on the ground. mark of 2027 set in 1978. do without you?? Thanks for always being there. Your roomie DJ FISH HOT ITEMS! 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Marist College, after just one year of division. Division I sports. Division I-A members, Division I basketball, may be forced to Marist first learned of the proposal in a the top football schools, would have to drop to Division II if a plan is approved by letter from the Eastern College Athletic provide at least 90 scholarships, which is 50 the 277 Division I members-at the annual Conference the week of Sept. 27. percent of the maximum number allowed. convention held in San Diego in January. The new criteria would become effective ' For Division I-AA members, the lesser The plan, which has just been put into . Sept. 1, 1984, if approved at the conven- football schools, the minimum scholarship final form by the policy-making National tion. It could also be amended on the con- number would be 80. Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) vention floor before a final vote is taken. Non-football playing schools, such as Council, is designed to make it tougher for Two-thirds of the 277 Division I Marist, is where the legislation is aimed small-time athletic programs to secure members must vote to support the proposal and would require an offering of 42.5 membership in Division I. in order for it to be amended to the NCAA scholarships to remain in the top division. The plan was unveiled in last week's constitution. In addition, basketball programs would NCAA News and makes several ad- Under the finalized plan, Marist and all have to average more than 3,500 paid at- justments to a - proposal discussed last other Division I members would have to tendance per game the past four years, or month at a meeting of college presidents. meet certain criteria to remain in the divi- average more than 110,000 per season for Ron Petro The original proposal was based primarily sion. all basketball games, home and away, the head basketball coach, refused to comment on attendance and would have trimmed an . All schools would have to provide at past four seasons. until after he attended a meeting on Mon- estimated 40 to 60 schools from the top least half of the final aid permitted for all Ron Petro, Marist athletic director and day. Soccer team Split week rolls over for tennis Seton Hall by William Flood The Marist College women's tennis team split its two matches last week leaving the by Joe Didziulis squad with a 5-2 record overall. The team faced a very strong team in The Marist Red Foxes defeated the Seton Concordia and were beaten soundly 9-0. Hall Pirates 4-1 last week, in a Tri-State Then they went to Ramapo and crushed Conference soccer match raising their their squad 7-2. record to 9-4-1. The Red Foxes are present- At Concordia, the Foxes were simply ly ranked seventh in New York State. outclassed. Cindy Krueger said she felt she Marist plays Adelphi at home in a non- played well in her match against the player conference game Saturday at 1 p.m. ranked 15th on the east coast. "I was really Seton Hall scored their only goal at the happy with the way I played," Krueger 10:14 mark of the first half, when Marist said. "I felt I was in the match the whole goalie Heinz Warmhold was drawn away way.'' Krueger lost 2-6,2-6. from the net and Seton Hall's Ken Cavello In an exciting match, Josie Tropanio was scored on a pass from Steve Vonlindern. outstroked in a 3-set thriller, 6-2, 2-6, 1-6. Marist tied things up at the 19:39 mark, "She came out really strong, but Concor- when Wayne Cargill eluded the Seton Hall dia's player cooled Josie down with some defense and scored with an assist from Tito great groundstroke," Colagrossi said. Diaz. Two minutes later Marist took the Colagrossi said the girls "played really lead for good as Cargill scored again, with well" against Concordia. "It was a good an assist from Bob Cooper. Marist added experience for my squad. All the girls did a an insurance goal at the 31:27 mark on good job, "she said. ,MikeITeowiUiger.!s goal with an assist from ;:At Ramapo questionable..jcalls. . score Mark Adams. discrepancies, and unsportsmari-like Marist added its fourth and final goal as behavior led to arguments among players. Diaz booted the ball home past the Seton "I was glad to get out of there with a win," Hall goalkeeper at the 11:18 mark. Two Colagrossi said. "AH of the confusion real- minutes later Marist's Ian Arscott had ap- ly hurt the girls games." parently scored the Red Foxes' fifth goal. In two matches at Ramapo, play was The goal was disallowed a "questionable stopped for several minutes because of off-sides call," according to coach Dr. misunderstandings, one match never Howard Goldman. resumed. Midway through the second half, Seton Marist's Wayne Cargill (8) gets set to pass during Red Fox victory over Krueger, Marist's top singles player, lost Hall brought in Augustine Uzodike, the Seton Hall. Marist will take on Adelphi at 1 p.m. Saturday. the first set and -was winning the second only female member of the squad. Uzodike - (Photo by Jeanne LeGloahec) when what she called constant ridicule did not help though, as Marist kept the ball started to get to her. She defaulted. "I've in Seton Hall territory and held on to their played tennis for many years, and I have 4-1 lead. ^ and tied West Point 2-2. In the St. Peter's goal, one assist; Cooper and Adams an never seen such a terrible display of sport- Goldman called his team's play game Greg Shively scored two goals and assis each; Warmhold and Thalen one save smanship, she said. The girl had no morals, "skillful." He said, however, he was disap- Cargill had one, while at West Point each. For Seton Hall: Cavello one save, its a game of honesty." pointed that the team failed to capitalize on Cargill scored both goals. Vonlindern one assist, Bendock 11 saves. Senior captain Connie Roher, spoke for more of their scoring oportunities. Scoring totals for the game were: Cargill Marist had 29 shots-on-goal to Seton Hall's the team, "They were a weak team and Last week Marist lost, to St. Peter's 5-3 two goals; Terwilliger one goal; Diaz one four. - they knew it, so they tried to rattle us by us- ing unsportsman-like conduct," she said. Between the Lines Pre-season problems by Bill Travers Powell and Steve Eggink, from 1981-82's wounded with a broken ankle. His return is season, so his contribution offensively Below are two questions sure to be on the successful season will not be in uniform expected to be delayed six weeks and pro- won't be missed. What will be missed is his 1982-83 Marist College basketball multiple this year. Also, Marist's most popular bably will not be at full strength when he is presence on the court which sparked the en- choicequiz. player the last few seasons, Todd Hasler;, eligible to play on Dec. 19. thusiasm of the crowd. 1. Which of the following will be seen in will not be around to stir up the crowd. The other key loss this season is junior Marist's offense this season will be the McCann Center this season? Daryl Powell, Marist's 6-foot-5, 195- forward Steve Eggink. Eggink recently centered around Steve Smith. I know that, a. Daryl Powell takes a quick pass from pound forward, left school prior to his underwent back surgery and will be out for you know that and all the teams in the Bruce Johnson. He dribbles twice and pulls finals last spring due to academic dif- the season., Metro-South know that. Smith averaged 21 up for a jump shot. The ball flies through ficulties. His 20.7 points per game average points per game last year and was the 27th- the air and goes through the net with a last season was second best on Marist and Eggink averaged just under seven points ranked scorer in Division I.^Smith is ranked swoosh. was the 20th-ranked player in Division I per game last season and led the Foxes in 12th in terms of Division I scorers return- free throw consistency (86 percent).. His ing this season. b. Marist trails by eight points. They scoring. have lost their momentum. Coach Ron He led the ECAC Metro-South Con- forte was coming off the bench to spark Last season Smith and Powell shared the many Marist comebacks. His sharp- offensive duties. Now, Smith will be carry- Petro taps Steve Eggink on the shoulder ference in scoring and set the school single- shooting from the field, never-ending hus- and Eggink enters the game. He hits three game record with 43 points against tle and aggressive teamwork will be sorely ing a heavy load with the absence of quick jumpers from 25 feet and pulls Wagner. He pulled down 6.1 rebounds per . missed. Powell. Marist back into the game. game which was second to Ted Taylor's 6.2 2. Will the" loss of Eggink and Powell . Also missing from the McCann Center c. Three minutes remain in the game. average. hurt the Red Foxes in their second Division Marist leads by 15 points and everyone has The Mesa Junior College transfer was this season will be Hasler. No longer will I season? we hear those booming chants of 'We want seen playing time except for one player. heavily relied upon by the Red Foxes for Todd'. The situation of Hasler not playing a. Definitely yes. The chants of *We want Todd' are deafen- putting points on the board. His explosive united the Red Fox partisans. But, his b. Definitely no. ing. Todd Hasler enters the game to a stan- offensive style enabled him to reel off six limited playing time last season was no in- c. Probably. ding ovation. or eight points in a matter of seconds. d. No comment. d. None of the above. Finding a replacement for Powellwill be dication of his career at Marist. Obviously there is no right answer. It's • Obviously the answer is d. very difficult. The likely candidate to take In his first three seasons Hasler averaged too early to tell. One thing is for sure; Eg- There will be some new faces on the over his job is Chris Metcalf, a junior who over 15 points per game. He was a threat to gink and Powell were two key players last basketball team this year, but it's the faces transferred from Rhode Island last sink a basket from almost anywhere on the season. Statistics speak for themselves. that will be missing that will make this semester. court. You decide. I'll pick (c) until the team is season different. Two key players, Daryl But Metcalf is one of the Foxes walking Hasler played only 40 minutes last back at full strength.