Higher Tuition Seen In Adelphi's Future

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                                                                                        The Student Newspaper of Adelphi University

      Vol. XXVIII—No. 14                                                                            Wednesday, February 15,1978                                                                 Garden City. N.Y.

        Higher Tuition Seen In Adelphi's Future
             BY RALPH SUMMER                         tuition increase."                              decrease the number of class
         Adelphi students will probably                G i n s b u r g said that the                 sections with very small
       pay higher tuition next year,                 University could probably not                   enrollments w h i c h generate
       according to some of the                      expect additional Bumly (state                  additional expenses because
       University's          central   ad-          grant) money or substantial fund                 additional part time teaching is                                $pIW:v. V
       ministrators. The future may                  raising money.                                  necessary. This area will cause                                 ^fey'v>^.';<
      also bring cuts in staff, course                 Adelphi President Timothy W.                  the least hurt and we can move                                  *$*;<•••>;
      sections, or faculty.                         Costello said that there are four                the fastest."                                                 s^f-t
                                                                                                                                                                   -,-xf-^. & *
         Vice President Sigrnund                    possibilities when trying to close
      Ginsburg said t h a i a l t h o u g h                                                            Costello      added,       "When
                                                    the $1.3 million gap. "The first is
      departmental and school budgets                                                                someone leaves the University,
                                                    to increase the amount of money
      are still being prepared, "we can                                                              we must ask the question: Can we
                                                    raised through the Development                   absolutely justify his or her
      predict some things accurately                Office; the second is to increase
      wit!1, regards to next year's                                                                  replacement'.' However, people
                                                    enrollment; Die third us to in-                  always seem to leave in the
      budget. The issue for us is we will           crease tuition; and the fourth is
      need over $1 million more than                                                                 wrong places. If we could shift
                                                    to cut costs. No one possibility is              people a round, we could decrease
      this year to meet expenses."                  satisfactory by itself. We will
        (imsburg said that unless the                                                                costs; but this is not an easy thing
                                                    attempt to do every one of those                 to do."
      Board of Trustees, which must                 four things."
      make the ultimate decision on                               Where ToCut                          Ginsburg also points to staff
      tuition, is willing to run <i very              The q u e s t i o n for many                   reduction as a means of cutting
      large d e f i c i t , or depend on            departments and administrators                   costs. "We will be focussing on
      possible larger enrollments, "my              us where and how to cut costs.                  trying to decrease replacement
      recommendation will have to be a              Costello said, "We must look to                 of staff through attrition. We will
                                                                                                    also seek to reduce very
                                                                                                    significantly, the number of part
     Office R eports MGs;                                                                           time and overload faculty."
                                                                                                             Student Response
                                                                                                       Costello said "Students will
     Twelve Classes Late                                                                            have a chance to send
                                                                                                    representatives to appear before
                                                                                                    the Board of 'IV us tees to voice
            KY RALPH S O M M K R                   c a n ' t bo processed. M a n y
        Grades for approximately 100               problems would be solved if the                  their opinion. We know what they
     class sections were turned in late            faculty took care of their rosters               think, but we want to hear it
     to me registrar'-, office following           in the beginning of the semester,                anyway. We'd like to try to an-
     Ihe h i l l K'7V semester. Of tiu-se          i i m k i n g :,uu- t h a t all .students        nounce the tuition increase as
     late grades \2 sections were                  were registered."                                soon as it can be done so
     s u b m i t t e d lot) l a t e to be                                                           prudently. This moans we first
     processed, leaving Ml students                    KeU'hani said thai he often                  must know more s p e c i f i c a l l y
     u i l h "M.G." * missing j^radei              received notes of explanaUon on                  about this year's surplus, how
     d e s i g n a t i o n s on t h e i r ^rade    grade sheets. "We've had 'wine-                  we've been able to control ex-
     sheeLs.                                       s p i l t 1 stories; o n e f a c u l t y         penses, the department and
                                                   member reported that her dog                     school budgets and an estimate of
       The deans of the schools had                ate it for three straight                        enrollment for next year. It is
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Martin Seymour
     notified all department offices               semesters."                                      unlikely that we will delay tuition      Paying tuition at Adelphi will most likely be a more expensive task
     that "grades are due in the                     One note f r o m a f a c u l t y -             policy past May 1."                      next year.
     Registrar's Office 48 hours after             member explained that he had
     the scheduled final exam or last
     class meeting date. Grades not
     received by noon 12:00, January
                                                   given students who did not
                                                   complete their work an "F"                       A.U. Students Pay Top Tuition
     4. 1978, will be too late to be                                                                        BYKATHYPRKBS                     $100 per credit. Therefore,            F"armingdale,and$730at Nassau
     processed and students will                      "One faculty                                     As of Friday, February 3,              Adelphi is rated as the most          Community. Queens College and
     receive M.G. grades."                                                                          Adelphi University students wl n         expensive educational institution      Iihman are within the same
                                                    member reported                                 have finished registering and            on Ix>ng Island. In the New York       bracket of $774 per year.
       Registrar Dun Kelt ham said                                                                  drop-adding courses. These               region, New York University is           In comparison, Ivy League
    thai only 20 percent of grades                 that her dog ate it                              students have paid the highest           one institution that is more costly   schools such as Harvard have a
    were s u b m i t t e d before Christ-         for three semesters.'                             bill of any Long Island college or       than Adelphi, with a tuition of       yearly tuition of $4,450 and Yale
    mas-- the others after Christmas.                                                               university.                              $117 per credit. In addition, the     University costs $4,400 yearly, a
    Hut as of 12:00 on January 4,                                                                                                            fees for a full-time student at       figure that is not guaranteed for
                                                    because under the new Faculty                     In order to understand the
    grades for about 100 class sec-                                                                                                          Adelphi are a little less than        next year.
                                                    Senate guidelines for grading, an               financial situation of Adelphi's
    tions were still missing. K etc ham                                                                                                      double those of C.W. Post and            There is a definite concern on
                                                    "I" (incomplete) could not be                   tuition, it should be noted that
    did not process the grades until                                                                                                         about 15 percent higher than          Adelphi University's campus
                                                   submitted w i t h o u t s t u d e n t ap-        from 1972-1973 to 1977-1978 un-
    January 10 and at that time 1.1                                                                                                          Hofstra's fees. On the other hand,    about the rising cost of educatioa
                                                    proval.                                         dergraduate tuition has in-
    percent of all 34,980 grades had                  Other problems for the                                                                 New York University's fees rank       One student cited what seems to
    still not been received.                                                                        creased from $72 to $106 per
                                                   registrar's office included                                                               in the same category as Adelphi       be everyone's fear in the
                                                                                                    credit. Over this same five-year
             Improper Procedures                   illegible grades, grading sheets                                                          with only a $5 difference.            statement, "Once you enter a
                                                                                                    period, dormitory rates have
                                                   that had been separated—thus                                                                      Comparison Cos is             college, you don't want to leave
       As each grade sheet was turned                                                               Increased by $150 per semester.
                                                   causing the carbon impressions                                                              A survey of the state and           because all your friends are
     in, it was punched in a time clock.
                                                   nf grades to be wntten next to the                     Expensive Education                county colleges shows it would        there. So, it is difficult to switch
    Faculty members, who were to
                                                   wrong names.                                       At the present date, C.W. Post         cost a full-time freshman taking      colleges due to tuition Increases
    turn in their grades to their                                                                   is charging full-time un-
                                                      "Departments often call here                                                           an average of 30 credits per year     but if Adelphi's tuition continues
    department chairmen, were to                                                                    dergraduate students $90 per
    receive a receipt from their                   to find out whose grades a rent in                                                        approximately $3,560 at Adelphi,      to Increase, the 'switch' may be
                                                   instead of keeping track of their                credit and Hofstra U n i v e r s i t y   $650 at Storty Brook, $750 at         necessary."
    department indicaUngthetime of
    submission. However, many did                  grades themselves." K etc ham
    not receive a receipt as the                  said.
    faculty receipt page was also                    At the end of this semester,                                       INftlDI THIS IftSUI
    turned in to the registrar's office.          grades will be filled out on "op
                                                  scan" ( f i l l - i n - t h e - d o t ) forms                                                                                In the
                                                                                                       Cinema 77:             Wood Dancer                Men's
      The faculty were informed by                 which can be processed im-
                                                                                                      The Ten Best                  to                 Basketball            Centerfold:
    the deans that "only the com-                 mediately upon receipt. Dean of
    puter-printed official grade                  Academic A f f a i r s                 Clifford    The Ten Worst                Perform               Ranks                  Where
    rosters may be used to submit                 Stewart said that the spring                               p. 9                  p. 19               Nationally               the
    grades." Yet faculty submitted                semester Is the "critical                                                                                p. 24             Money Goes
    photostated copies of grade                   semester because of the students
    books, lists of students who were             who will be graduating. It Is
    not registered. "These are                    Important that grades be turned                      Valentines p. 7 • Editorials p. 6 • Letters to the Editor p. 6
    grades that are in on time, but               in on time.'1
  Page Two                                                                                 THK DELPHIAN                                                                         February 15,1978

       Student Activities Board Plans A New Semester
       BY FRAN MC MORRIS                   scheduled for the spring                 Ryan are the two students                tertainment for Valentine's Day,       has been planned. Admission will
   The Student Activities Board            semester.                                coordinating the weekend of the          Feb. 14th at 8 P.M. The gathering      be $1, including transportation.
 (S.A.B.) has many events                    Cheryl Davidson and Maureen            Dance M a r a t h o n , w h i c h will   will have a cabaret-like at-                    Semester FDms
                                                                                    raise money for the leukemia             mosphere.                                S.A.B. Films, coordinated by
                                                                                    Foundation. The marathon will              Coffeehouse,       under      the    Howie Goldberg and Brian
S.P.A. Amends Constitution                                                          be March 3, 4, and 5. Emcees at
                                                                                    the dance will be Joe Gin ley,
                                                                                                                             direction of Beth Kaplan and
                                                                                                                             Mela Cuomo, is presenting a
                                                                                                                             guitar duo called Wood Dancer,
                                                                                                                                                                    Stegman, w i l l be presenting
                                                                                                                                                                    Silver Streak, Marathon Man,
                                                                                                                                                                    and Slngin' In the Kain later in
        BY LISA HUFFMAN                          over the years all the respon-     Robert Pape, and Bennett Zier.
     An amendment to the Con- sibilities fell on the treasurer."                      The marathon weekend will              Thursday. Feb. 9, at 8 P.M. in the     the semester. A Humphrey
  stitution, the January Board of                  Vega described his duties up     have one admission price for the         University Center room. The            Bogart double feature, The
  Trustees meeting, and com- until now. "In terms of filing and                     Ruth S. Harley U n i v e r s i t y       admission is free. The duo, from       Maltese Falcon and The Caine
  mittee reports were major areas having to serve 50 clubs," he                     Center, where it Ls being held.          the Boston area, plays guitar,         Mutiny will be coming up as well
  of discussion at the Student said, "you're spreading yourself                     There will be celebrity item             banjo, and m a n d o l i n , mixing    as a Bugs Bunny double feature.
  Political Asscciation i S . P . A . I a little thin. They (the other              auctions andspecial appearances          classical and folk guitar "so            The semi-formal is being
  meeting on January 23, 1978.                   members) are going to be more      by radio announcer Jim Kenr,             well," says Beth Kaplan, "that         planned for March 18 by Lorraine
     The amendment, which read, responsible now than they have                      Andy Kaufmann of Saturday                you cannot tell where the              DiFa/io and Anne DiCola. Two of
  "The S.P.A. Treasurer, as been before/'                                           Night Live, and, on Saturday                                                    the possible themes are the
 chairperson of S.P.A. Finance                         Amendment Specifics          (Children's D a y ) , Ronald                                                    Orient and Comics.
                                                                                    MacDonald. There will be nightly
                                                                                                                               ...coffeehouse is                      The spring semester of concert
 Committee, shall delegate to the                  The amendment was designed
 committee meiibers certain                      to be more specific than the       entertainment in the University            hoping to expand                     begins Friday, March 10, in the
 responsibilities 'Jiat will aid the original passage in the con-                   Center Rathskeller.                                                             University Center, rooms 201-202.
 treasurer in his duties," was stitution, but general enough to                       The Student Activities Board             to every weekend.                    Students Joanne K o r m a n and
 presented b> treasurer Gil Vega. allow for flexibility in the future.              and the Adelphi fraternity,                                                     Marty Litt are bringing the
 It was approved by a regular "Every year there's going to be a                     Z.B.E., will raise money for the          classical ends and the folk picks     Adelphi community comedian
vote in which Don Colbourn, as new treasurer," said Vega. ". ..                     Leukemia Foundation with a                up." Coffeehouse is hoping to         Chris Hush and The Good Rats, a
 S.P.A. president, was not allowed rather than be specific a nd let the             basketball game. It will be               expand its presentations to every     local bar band gone national.
 to participate There were 15 in treasurers in the future be bound                  between Storm Field and the               week.                                         New S.A.B.Logo
 favor, none against, and two by it, I let it be general and                        ABC news staff and the NBC                  Julia Fitzmaurice and Eileen          S.A.B. has a new logo that will
 abstentions. The a m e n d m e n t , flexible. It gives some power to              news staff. The game will be held         Brittan of What's Happening           appear on all its ads and
 which needed a two-thirds the treasurer but allows for                             Feb. 10 at 7:30 P.M.                      have thought of honoring signs of     stationery. It was designed by
 majority to pass, was also ap- continuity in the future."                                                                    the zodiac by having birthday         Terri Delahunty, the former
 proved in a ballot vote, with                     Colbourn said, 'The purpose of          PooUng Resources                   parties for the zodiac sign of that   publicity chairman of S.A.B.
Colbourn participating; 16 were                 this amendment is to make the         S.A.B. sub-divisions, What's            month. People born under the            Executive chairman Joe
in favor, none opposed, and two treasurer's job a little less                       Happening and Coffeehouse have           .sign being honored are entitled to    Ginley hopes that "everyone will
abstentions.                                    cumbersome by getting his           pooled their resources and come           two free beers. An ice-skating        take advantage of these events to
             Responsibilities                   finance committee directly in-      up with a Wine & Cheese                   party, Saturday, Feb. 2i U)           make this a more enjoyable
   The purpose of the amendment, volved with what is now con-                       (lathering that has en-                   Hacquel & Kink in Farming dale        semester."
according to Voga and Colboum, sidered directly the treasurer's
is to clarify the division of                   duties."
responsibilities within the                        Students are encouraged to be
Student P o l i t i c a l Association
Finance Committee, composed of
                                                aware of the tuition situation at
                                                Adelphi University, and become
Vega. Billi Burke, Linda DiCarlo. active against further tuition
                                                                                                                     Events of the Week
                                                                                        EVENT                                                PLACE                                           TIME
and Bill (ooney.                                raises. A l t h o u g h President
   • 'The constil ut 10 n did not Costello had voiced his opinion                       Wednesday, February 15
d e l e g a t e r e s p o n s i b i l i t i e s against a raise, he has not             Northwestern Mutual Life                             U.C.   211                                   9:00 a.m.
specifically in terms of the guaranteed that there will not be                          Univ. College                                        U.C.   216                                   9:30 a.m.
members of the committee."said one. Thus will be discussed by the                       Marino I^w Review                                    U.C.   306                                  12:00 noon
Vega. "They were not delegated S.P.A. and Tuition Committee                             leadership Seminar                                   U.C.   313                                  12:30 p.m.
any specific responsibilities and next week.                                            Ed. Dept.                                            U.C.   214                                  12:30 p.m.
                                                                                        Academic Standards                                   U.C.   213                                  12:30 p.m.

Societies Honor Students                                                                Personnel Comm.
                                                                                        Christian Fellowship
                                                                                        A.E. Phi
                                                                                                                                                    Bldg. 110
                                                                                                                                                                                          1:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                          1:00 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                         6:00 p.m.
    BYSLKIAMENBRAUN                       lisa ScichitUino, Kathy Halvey,               Orientation                                          U.C.   2154                                 6:30 p.m.
  Two honorary societies                  Maureen Murphy, and . T ean Anne              S.A.B. Movie:
recognize outstanding members             (Xisano. For those not admitted,                 "Pink Panther Strikes Again"                      Univ. Room                                  8:00p.m.
of Adelphi's undergraduate                Flambeau recognizes Honorary
population. Women may apply to            members, anu Lantern has                      Thursday, February 16
lantern and men to Flambeau.              Certificates of Achievement.                 Con't. Ed. Nursing                                    U.C. 213-4                                  9:00 a.m.
  Students petition for these                 Fellow Student Recognition               Program on Aging                                      U.C. 216                                    9:00 a.m.
respective positions in March of             Although it doesn't appear on             Registration Workshop                                 U.C. 210                                   10:00 a.m.
their junior year and are ad-            your transcript, Mark Silberman,              Marino I^aw Review                                    U.C. 306
mitted at Spring Convocation.                                                                                                                                                           12:00 noon
                                         Assistant Dean of Students, says,             A.A.U.P.                                              U.C. 215                                    1:00 p.m.
They must have a 3.0 average              "It's one of the strongest honors            Soc. Grad. Colloquium                                 U.C. 211
and be involved extensively in                                                                                                                                                           5:00 p.m.
                                         you can gel," and "it's                       Soc. Work Dinner                                      U.C. 201                                    6:00 p.m.
extra c u r r i c u l a r activities.    recognition by your fellow                    Pi Lambda Phi                                         U.C. 215                                    7:00 p.m.
Members receive a certificate            students."                                    S.A.B. Spotlight                                      U.C. 313                                    8:00 p.m.
and a pin. Women receive a rose             This year, both Flambeau and
as well. A cocktail party is also        lantern will combine efforts to               Friday, February 17
given in their honor.                    raise money for their scholarship             Con't. Ed. Nursing                                    U.C. 213-4                                  9:00a.m.
  Students are accepted once a           f u n d s t h r o u g h a multi-prize         Marino Law Review                                     U.C. 306                                   12:00 noon
year and the number chosen               raffle. Flambeau has tentative                Psych Dept.                                           U.C. 211                                    1:00 p.m.
varies each time. New members            plans to begin monthly Thursday               Admissions Comm.                                      U.C. 212                                    1:00 p.m.
are selected by those already in         evening sessions in the lobby of              Orientation                                           U.C. 21M                                    1:00 p.m.
the societies.                           the University Center for open                Marathon Mtg.                                         U.C. 313                                    1:00 p.m.
  Currently in Flambeau are              faculty discussions.                          Cabaret                                               Cafeteria                                   8:00 p.m.
Bennett Zeir, Peter Mundy,                  Commenting on both societies,              R.S.A.                                                U.C. 201                                   10:00p.m.
Robert Siegal and Ralph Som              Silbennan said, "It's one of the
mer. lantern's members include           few traditions left at Adelphi."              Saturday, February 18
                                                                                       Marino Law Review                                    U.C. 306                                     9:00a.m.
                                                                                       Con't. Ed. Nursing                                   U.C. 211-2                                   9:30a.m.
                                                                                       Cabaret                                              Cafeteria                                    8:00 p.m.
                   Marathon 78                                                         Frosh Class Meeting                                                                     9:00 p.m.-l:00 a.m.
                                                                                       Sunday, February 19
                                                                                       Catholic Mass                                        U.C. 313                                    12:30 p.m.
                                                                                       Marino Law Review                                    U.C. 306                                     1:00 p.m.
                                                                                       Cultural Affairs - Edward Albee                      Univ. Room                                   3:00 p.m.
           Dancer's Deadline                                                           Tuesday, February 21
                                                                                       Breast Cancer Workshop                               U.C.    106                        9:00a.m.-4:00p.m.
                                                                                       Nursing                                              U.C.    213                                 10:00 a.m.
                                                                                       Nursing-Mini Lecture                                 U.C.    214                                 10:00 a.m,
         Friday, February 17                                                           Psych. Fac. Mtg.
                                                                                                                                                                                         1:00 p.m.
                                                                                       Marathon Mtg.                                        U.C.    313                                  1:00 p.m.
                                                                                       S.P.A.                                               U.C.    106                                  7:00 p.m.
February 15,1978                                                                           THE DELPHIAN                                                                               Page Three

        Alarm Systems Installed On Campus
     BY MAURICE UEGREEF                       reduce thefts which, if they           Building 24 hours a day," said
   A new alarm system is being               continue at the same rate as in         McGoldrick. Sometimes work
 installed throughout the Adelphi            the past, would result in ap-           goes on seven days a week. The
campus at a cost of $48 to $50               proximately $100,000 a year in          building at these times must be
 thousand, according to John                 University and individual               open, and is therefore vulnerable
 McGoldrick, head of Security.               losses."                                to thefts.
   The move is partly in response                     Theft Increase                     More Supervision Needed
to a considerable increase in                   Combined University and in-            McGoldrick's view of this
thefts. During the previous two              dividual thefts went from ap-
fiscal years thefts of University            proximately $29,000 in 1975-1976
property went from $22,000 to                to about $46,000 in 1976-1977.              The problem is
$44,000.                                     Much of this increase is due to a            one of access.
  The new system will be in-                 single theft of 20 microscopes
stalled on the exterior doors of all         which cost the University $25,000.
                                                                                     situation is that activities within
                                                                                     the building, especially during
                                                                                     nights, weekends and holidays
                                                                                     should be supervised.
                                                                                       McGoldrick noted the story of a
                                                                                     girl who was working in one of the
                                                                                     labs, alone, on Christmas Eve.
                                                                                     There was an accident and the
                                                                                     girl was burned. "Instead of
                                                                                     calling us (Security) she called
                                                                                     her mother. Her mother called
                                                                                     us!" He feels the incident in-
                                                                                     dicates that almost a n y t h i n g
                                                                                     could have happened.
                                                                                            System Difficulties
                                                                     Pat Ingrassla      Howard Grobe, chairman of
                Alarm system to curb thefts on campus.                               the Biology Department, sees the
 buildings. On some buildings         According to McGoldrick the                    situation a little differently. He
 interior doors and some windows worst areas for thefts are the                      points out that certain ex-
will also be alarmed. There will University Center and the                           periments which are conducted-
also be sonic alarms and Science Building. This is largely                           must often be sampled every two
television coverage. The signals   due to the enormous number of                     hours. This makes it impossible
from these alarms will go to a     people who enter and leave these                  to keep the building closed.                                                                     Martin Seymour
booth outside of Levermore Hall    buildings.                                          Grobe doesn't know who would                       John McGoldrick, Director of Security.
which is now being constructed.      The main problem in the                         be available to supervise ex-
McGoldrick said the whole
project should be completed by
                                   University Center is the thefts of
                                   girls' purses, said McGoldrick.
                                   "A girl may go to the bathroom
                                                                                     periments and other activities.
                                                                                     He adds, "We don't have enough
                                                                                     graduate assistants, and Security
                                                                                                                           Black Student Union Grows
   Vice-President Sigmund          and leave her purse by her seat.                  can't hire more people." Sum-           BY BEVERLY LANCASTER                 Brother: Inside the Black Middle
Ginsburg said in a statement to    When she comes back it's gone."                   ming the situation up, G robe said       "People tend to feel ostracized    Class. "Come Laugh and Cry
the Adelphi faculty and staff        The problem at the Science                      that, "Whatever system is             from special interest groups—         with I-angston Hughes" and "For
members that the new alarm         Building is one of access. "The                   developed, there will be dif-         especially ethnically-based ones      Colored Girls . . ." are two
system was "an attempt to          staff has access to the Science                   ficulties."                           if they are different from their      theatrical excursions that will be
                                                                                                                           own," commented Bert Hunter,          sponsored. The River Niger and
                                                                                                                           chairman of the Adelphi Black         Hie Lost Man a re among films to
                                                                                                                           Student Union. "The community         be shown one Saturday in each
Activities Planned For Adelphi                                                                                             often deprives itself of the op-
                                                                                                                           portunities and education these
                                                                                                                                                                   This is just a sampling of some
Editor's ,\ ? otf> Due to /cist u-t'i'te's        w i l l be open to Adelphi         academic event and that the           organisations can provide."           of the activities planned. Several
snowstorm, the DELPHIAN was                       University students. Beer and      speakers have been largely                      Lecture Series              projects are still in the blueprint
unable to resume publication.                    wine will be served to              political figures. Speakers from        The Black Student Union has         stage. For more information,
The article ( h a t follows is a                 everyone at a $1 cover'             different fields may create rngre     been somewhat inactive in its         please stop by African-American
capsule report of the Student                    charge.                             uf an interest in the event.          previous year. This spring,           Studies or call extension 7212.
Political Association meeting                February 24—New Hyde Park                 Joe Ginley made a suggestion        however, the B.S.U. agenda will       Monday and Wednesday office
that took place on January 30.                   High School will hold a mini-       that a limit be placed on the         include informative and en-           hours are 3:30 to 5 P.M. On
1978                                             marathon for leukemia.              amount of time that instructors       tertaining events. There wfll be a    Tuesday and Thursday, hours are
     BY DIANE (VM ALLEY                      F e b r u a r y 25~There will be        have to return papers and exams       lecture series probing such topics    from 12:30 to 5 P.M., and on
  The following items were                       another booth set up in the         to students. Don Colbourn             as "Education of Black Women"         Friday, hours are from 2:30 to 5
brought up at the S.P.A. (Student                 Roosevelt Field shopping           suggested that they be returned       and a film-lecture, Still a           P.M.
Political Association) meeting on                center for the Leukemia             "after a reasonable time, but
Monday, January 30.                               Marathon.                          before the next examination/ 1
  There is a research project
                                             February 27 and
                                                  Phonathon will be held.
                                                                          28-A       and that students should be made
                                                                                     aware of their academic standing
                                                                                                                               Spotlight on S.P.A.
being conducted on student                                                           in any course.                            BY SUE LOWENBRAUN                 that he is awaiting a letter from
collective bargaining in the U.S.            CLASS GOVERNMENT                                                                                                     Controller Gary Smith pertaining
                                                The junior and senior classes        DANCE MARATHON                           The following was brought up
Unionization of students is now                                                                                             at the Student           Political    to the amount of funds which
only organ i?, ed in Montana and             will sponsor a ski trip on March          Brian Stegman mentioned that
                                                                                     an S.P.A. couple with $130 will be     Association meeting (S.PA.) on        should be coming to S.P.A. Vega
Michigan and is mostly in state               10-12 for approximately 80 people                                                                                   also said that this information
                                             to an area such as Ml. Snow in          co-sponsored in the Dance              Monday, February 13, 1978.
schools. More details will be                                                                                                 The Collective Bargaining           would aid them in double
released at future meetings.                 Vermont.                                Marathon, and that it would be
                                                                                     good for S.P.A. public relations.      Committee meets on Thursdays          checking S.P.A. funds.
S.A.B, (Student activities board)               Editors of the Pylon and Folio
                                             have not been decided on yet. The       Although previously sponsored          at 7:30. This Thursday (2-16) at        S.P.A. discussed cancellation
REPORT                                                                                                                     8:15, a labor lawyer wfll be
  Campus movies will be shown                chairman of the Committee for           by the Student Senate, the couple                                           of school because of the snow
                                             Selection is Diane Janoves.             will be spoasored by outside          coming to discuss collective          days and the fact that school wfll
at 4 and 8 P.M.                                                                                                            bargaining.
CONCERTS:                                       A piece of land in Hempstead         sources to avoid conflict of In-                                             be held on February 20, originally
                                             wasofferedto Adelphi University         terest among members. The                A wine and cheese party wljl be    scheduled as President's Day, to
March 10-"The Good Hats," a                                                                                                given on February 27 from 1 to
    popular Long Island band,                for$l. His theHivoli Theatreand         deadline for sponsored couples to                                           make up for one of the days.
                                                                                     dance in the marathon Is              2:30 PM In U.C. room 213. This         Rescheduling of the other two
    will appear at Adelphi. with             the attached building.
                                                                                     February 17.                          day was originally scheduled to       days Is still under consideration.
    an appearance by comedian                   11 was reported that Con-
                                                                                       There is a possibility that          be Gripe Day. Gripe Day has
    Chris Rush tentative. The                vocation attendance on the part                                                                                        Kevin Yourman brought up an
                                                                                     comedian George Carlinwlll be a       been rescheduled to two days:
    concert will be held in the              of the faculty, students and                                                  February 28 and March 1 In the        amendment to the Constitution
    University Room set up with              Administration is very poor, and        spedal guest the Friday night of                                            which read to remove Article
                                                                                     the Dance Marathon. Tickets           University Center Lobby from 10
    separate tables and a dance              that It used to be compulsory for                                             A.M. to 3 P.M.                        Three Section          G ((club
    floor.                                   faculty members to attend. Mark         would be priced at $6, but the                                              representatives) in Its entirety
                                                                                     appearance Is still tentative.           On February 26, Sunday, a
February 21-The Wine Shack                   Silberman pointed out that it Is an                                           night at Whiskey Reds (on             and replace it with Article 3
                                                                                                                           Nassau Blvd.) will be held.           Section G as follows; The
                                                                                                                           Admission will be $1 at the door,     F i n a n c i a l Representatives
                News Staff Meeting                                                                                         which Includes two beers. Af-
                                                                                                                           terwards, beer will be 25 cents.
                                                                                                                           Funds go to leukemia to raise
                                                                                                                                                                    1) will be a member of S.PA.
                                                                                                                                                                 Finance          Committee; and
                                                                                                                           money for the Dance Marathon.         qualifications will be

 Wednesday, February 22                                                                                                       Gil Vega, treasurer of S.P.A.,
                                                                                                                           said that S.P.A. has $44,533 in the
                                                                                                                           savings account and $20,000 in
                                                                                                                           their checking account. He said
                                                                                                                                                                   1) there shall be three financial
                                                                                                                                                                   The final decision was to table
                                                                                                                                                                 the motion.
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                  Adel phi Survives Snow
           BY LISA HOFFMAN                     amount of deliveries because of       students, Security kept watch          I'm out in the middle of a snow        Renzettl (Nick Renzetti, Director
      I,ast week's blizzard dumped             this stock."                          over the snow-saturated campus.        storm having a snowball fight         ^f Buildings and Grounds)
    up to two feet of snow on some                Coyte said, "We had fresh food        "Security was maintained            with my roommate."                     breaking into people's cars with
    parts of Ixmg Island, paralyzed            for three days," and explained        twenty-four hours throughout the         Rick Fried, a junior from Linen     %ire hangers."
    New York City, closed Harvard              that deliveries are made every        snow-storm," said John Zapf,           Hall, "enjoyed being six years            "I shoveled snow for Bufldings
    University for the first time in its       other day. Orders for the Monday      Assistant Director of Security.        old and playing in the snow."          and Grounds," said Neal Tinsley,
    three-and-a-half century history,          of the storm had been placed          "We had security officers who            "I put off homework, recovered       a Unen Hall Sophomore, with a
    and had a variety of effects on the        during the preceding Friday.          slept on campus and were on a          from the flu (that communicable        grimace.
   different members of the Adelphi              Humors that Post Hall was           twenty-four hour standby basis.        disease), and slept as late as I         While the dorm students coped
   Community.                                 running out of food circulated                                                                                       with boredom, a little too much
      For students, faculty mem-              freely during the three days that                                                                                    partying, that "communicable
   bers, and the administration,             dorm students were trapped on                                                                                         disease/' and a mysterious
   there was an unexpected three             campus. Coyte said, "Those                                                                                            ailment called "snow sickness,"
   day holiday when the eighteen              rumors were panic rumors. We                                                                                         Head Residents, like Lu DeCanio
   inch snow blanket, with drifts up         always have food but I don't like                                                                                     of Eddy Hall, coped with dorm
   to six fee thigh, caused theschool        to see the waste. . . . waste at a                                                                                   students.
   to dose from Monday, February             time like that was the worst                                                                                            "I think they had a lot of
  6, to Wednesday, February 8.               thing."                                                                                                              energy,'* said DeCanio, "and
      While the school was closed,              Another problem I^ckmann                                                                                          they didn't know what to do with
  Buildings and Grounds was                  faced during and after the snow                                                                                      it, so they were jumping out of
  saddled with the job of cleaning           storm           was  transporting                                                                                    windows, playing football in the
  up the mess, Lackmann Food                 snowbound employees to Post                                                                                          snow, going ' t r a y i n g ' (sliding
  Services had to feed the dorm              Hall. The key to this problem,                                                                                       down hills on a Post Hall tray
  students, and Security kept a              according to Coyte, was                                                                                              instead of sled.) They were really
  twenty-four hour watch on the              "mobilization." Employees who                                                                                        happy about the snow and having
  campus.                                   lived near the University were                                                                                        a few days off. Every night was
     Vice President Sigrnund                picked up and driven home by                                                                                          Disco Night; if I hear the sound-
 Ginsburg estimates this year's             different members of the I^ck-                                                                                        track to 'Saturday Night Fever*
 snow removal cost to be ap-                mann organization, from Coyte to                                                                                      once more, I'll scream."
 proximately $20,000 as compared            Tom L a c k m a n n , President of
 to $7,000 for all of last year.            I jack mann Food Services.
     A private contracting firm by              Lucille Foyt is one of the many                                                                 Martin Seymour
  the name of Hendrickson was               I x i c k m a n n Employees rarely                            Dorm students shovel their way out.
  hired to plow the huge amount of          seen by students. She works in            If we needed extra men they were could.Itwas excellent." said Jodi
 snow dropped by the blizzard.              the kitchen, making salads for            available."                            later, a freshman from Waldo
  Using three plows, the firm               Alumnae House. Foyt is one of                There were no serious Hall. "1 also ate and ate and
 worked around the clock for three          the people who came to work in            problems during the storm and
 days to clear the parking fields           the knee-to thi^h-highsnow. "I'm          the days following it. when the           "I was very bored during the
 and larger sidewalks.                      working horefifteenyears," Foyt          school was closed. "Then? was no day," said Eddy Hall Resident's
                                            said, "and I was glad to come in         traffic on campus during the Assistant,                named       Larry
    While the Hendrickson plows
                                            here to make sure the students           storm storm," Xapf said. "A few Bentine. "I would have lost my
 worked on the parking loLs and
                                           got fed. Our managers came and            sick students had to be tran- sanity if it hadn't been for the
 larger areas, a small University
                                           bailed us out. They picked us up.* 1      tferred to the Nassau County parties. There was a lot of
 tractor, along with maintenance
                                               "They picked us up," echoed           Medical Center by security cooperation among the students,
 men with shovels, worked to
                                           Mary Cornicelli, a Post Hall              vehicles/'                              helping each other dig cars out of
clear the University's sidewalks,
                                           cashier, "and (Tom) I^ickmann                Xapf said that Security the snow and sharing food when
 finishing the job on Thursday
                                           himself drove me home. He feels           "opened up Woodruff Hall to keep people got sick. People stood by
 morning, February 9.
                                           we're responsible            for the      the students occupied. We let each other."
    "It's the worst snow since '47
                                           students. It's their f Lackmann's)        them use Woodruff facilities"             "The atmosphere was less
and "69," said Torn Russo, a
                                           responsibility U> see that they                       Cabin Fever                tense," said Ro G r i f f i n , a
maintenance w o r k e r who was
                                           (the students) eat. Everyone                  Dorm students were unable to business major from Earle Hall.
shoveling a path in front of Waldo
                                           pulled together."                         leave the campus for the three "Everybody was doing what they
Hall on Wednesday afternoon.
                                               "Most of them came through,"          days f o l l o w i n g the storm. wanted to do. People were at
"We've been shoveling snow
                                           said Coyte of his staff. "There           Although there were many gripes meals a lot longer, stayed up
since 6 a.m. Tuesday.*'
                                           aren't that many who won't come           about being trapped on campus, later . . . it was really good."
            Food Problems                  through in a pinch. There was an          most students welcomed three              Karen D'Avanzo, an Kddy Hall
    I^ackmann Food Services had a          exceptional job done by                   days of no school, and utilized or junior, welcomed the days off as
                                                                                     didn't utilize, their time >;i a "an opportunity to interact with
                                                                                     variety of ways.                       other people in the dorm and get
                                                                                        Brian Schneider, a senior who to know them. It also allowed the
                                                                                    lives in Kddy Hall, described his spread of t h a t c o m m u n i c a b l e
                                                                                    three days. "I played tackle disease. Everyone in the dorm
                                                                                    football in six feet of snow. I spent now has flu symptoms."
                                                                                    my snow vacation in Post Hall              "We partied and drank and
                                                                                    with a shortage of napkins, cups, danced/ 1 said one Eddy Hall
                                                                                    and salt. I also caught a com- resident. "We studied (not
                                                                                    munal cold. The best part was much); we cleaned up our room.
                                                                                    getting it."                            It was nice to have time off and
                                                                                        "I finally did my "aundry," we slept late—that was the best
                                                                                    said Mark Gordon, a freshman part."
                                                                                    who lives in Linen HaD. "I                Venise Jones, a pre-med                                  Martin Seymour
                                                                                    cleaned my room for the first sophomore, said, "I stayed in my
                                                                                    time this semester, partied, room, didn't do any work, and
                                                                                    danced, played cards, socialized. saw friends. I hope it snows
                                                                                    One night I jumped out of the again."
                                                               Martin Seymour
                                                                                    second floor window in I Jnen into        "Lackmann pulled through
 Joe Coyte, Director of Food Services, talks with students in Post Hall.           a snowbank."                            very well," said Jane Howe, a
                                                                                       Porca Anderson, an Earle HaU Social Work major from Eddy
different headache: Feeding everyone. I have a lot of respect                      sophomore, summed up the three Hall. "Security did a fine Job;
nearly eight hundred dorm            for the people who came in. We                day hiatus in this way: they were there when you needed
students when deliveries were did the best Job we could under                       "Basically, everyone was sick." them. But there was n o o n e a t t h e
not being made.                      the circumstances. Except for                     Marci Glazier, a f r e s h m a n infirmary for a large part of the
   'The only thing that really       being overtired, we thought ft                from Waldo Hall, did "anything aiow days. There was no doctor
saved us," Joe Coyte, Director of    went well."                                   and everything to keep from and no nurse. I think it'sa crime
P'ood Services, said, "was that         Coyte and two co-workers,                  ddng work. We partied, hung out that this campus does not have a
we got all our daily deliveries on   Mike Wallace, Co-ordinator of                 at Post Hall; loved it. And I got doctor twenty-four hours a day.
Monday. All our suppliers Food Services, and Curtis Roach,                         the communicable disease that's The most upsetting thing was
doubled up—the m i l k m a n , the Supervisor of Food Services,                    been going around. 11                   that the infirmary was closed."
breadman, the pieman. I had          were unable to go home during                     "I found that people had so            "I played Risk until four
ordered heavily because of the thethreeday period. "All three of                   much Idle time that they were o'clock In the morning and beat
forecast and the delivery men us stayed at the Hempstead                           tared. I leaped out of the third my roommate. I thought the
were able to give us extra food Motor Inn," said Coyte, "on                        floor window In Linen and into a storm was outrageous!" Said
because they were unable to Wednesday I went home."                                siow drift.11                           Mike Tindel an Eddy HaD fresh-                             Martin Seymour
make many of their other                   Keeping Things Secure                       Jeanne Miller, an Eddy HaD man.
deliveries. We put In a three day                                                                                                                                 A student leaps from a third floor
                                       While Buildings and Grounds                 freshman, felt that '^people were          One resident said, "I was glad      dormitory window into a snow
order for     contingency foods cleaned the campus up, and                         closer, friendlier, because of the that everyone pulled together a nd
(used In emergency). Wekept the Lackmann dealt with the                                                                                                           bank for "fun" (top). He
                                                                                   problems faced. I hadn't had a helped each other dig out their                 emerges tafely (bottom) from
menu up with a minimum nutritional needs of the dorm                               aiowball fight in six years and can but I didn't ttke seeing                   hti dive.
      J I         **

February 15,1978                                                                     THE DELPHIAN                                                                                                   Page Five

                                      Hopes For Aid Through Federal Funds
                                      Schools of Business, said, "It is       in the relatioaship between the                the way from the federal level. At greater than taxes owed. This bill
  The threat of increasingly          not realistic to ask the average        private university and the degree              the present time, bi-partisan       (S2142* has a majority of co-
higher tuition is convincing many     student to dig deeper. There is an      of government support."                        legislation has been introduced in  sponsors in the Senate and a
administrators that the solution      obligation on the government,              Dean of the School of Nursing               the U.S. Congress which sub-        majority in the Finance Com-
                                                                              June Holhberg said, "Hopefully                 stantially helps all tuition paying mittee.
                                                                              the state will come up with more               students and families from first      A second House Bill (HR9832).
                                                                              scholarship money."                            grade through graduate school.      the Tuition Tax Credit Act by
                                                                                 Dean Joseph Vigilante, of                   In the House of Representatives,    Reps. Frenzel and Burke, may
                                                                              Ad el phi's School of Social Work              the Tuition Relief Act, by Rep. have trouble being passed by the
                                                                              said, "We do not live in a society             James Delaney iD.-N.Y.) offers      Ways and Means Committee.
                                                                              where there is enough philan-                  a choice of either a $1,000 tax     This bill provides the same
                                                                              thropic money around to sub-                   deduction (in computation of        benefits as the Packwood-
                                                                              sidize the e d u c a t i o n of the            taxes owed) or a $250 tax credit    Moynihan Bill in the Senate.
                                                                              enormous n u m b e r of students               (from taxes owed) for each                     Carter's Choice
                                                                              attending colleges and univer-                 student who pays tuition.             President Jimmy Carter will
                                                                              sities today. It is a tragedy that               In the U.S. Senate, the Tuition   be the final hurdle in the attempt
                                                                              society will not support higher                Tax Credit Act, by Sen. Robert      to get tax relief for tuition-paying
                                                                              education." Vigilante believes                 Packwood ( R . - O r e . ) and Sen. students. Carter committed
                                                                              thai corporations and businesses               Daniel Moynihan ( D . - N . Y . )   himself during his presidential
                                                                              should help to keep the private                provides a $500 tax credit for      ca mpa ign to fin ding co n-
                                                                              universities fiscally sound.                   each student. This credit is        stitutionally acceptable methods
                                                                                       Bill Breakthrough                     refundable in cash if no taxes are  of p r o v i d i n g aid to private
                                                                                Government relief mav be on                  wed, or in part if the credit is    schools.

                Dean Vigilante, Dean of Social Work.
to Adelphi's fiscal problems may      both on state and federal levels,
                                                                              Carpeting Costs Explained
lie with the state- or federal        to realize that education LS an                 BY DIANEUTVIALLEY
government.                           investment of the entire com-              The second and third floors of
   Robert Carlson. Dean of Die        m u n i t y . There must be <i change   A d e l p h i ' s H.S.H. U n i v e r s i t y
                                                                              Center, with the exclusion of
                                                                              p r i v a t e offices, were recently
Carter Aid Proposal                                                           completely recarpetcd
                                                                                 Since t h e r e had been a
                                                                              moratorium            on   spending
    President Carter announced        attempt U> block the tax credit         declared at the University in the
 liis own program to aid middle       bills. "Congress must choose            b e g i n n i n g of last y e a r , the
 income families who pa\ tuition      between tuition tax credits and         reasons for this expense had been
 at private schools. The Cartel-      the far more beneficial increases       questioned.
 plan would make two million          in federal s t u d e n t assistance            New Carpet Explained
students from middle-income           programs that I'm requesting.              William Foster, the University
f a m i l i e s eligible for direct   This nation cannot afford both          Center director, explained that
 federal grants. In addition, it      and I will not accept both,"            he had put in a request for new
 would provide subsidized loans to    Carter said.                            U n i v e r s i t y Center carpeting
students in higher income               The tax credit bills will provide     three years ago i before the
brackets and would increase the       aid to ail families regardless of       moratorium was declared) and
federally subsidized work-study       income while the Carter proposal        that his request had only recently
program.                              LS specifically aimed at helping        been granted.
    Carter's proposal is seen as an   middle class families.                     The old carpeting was the
                                                                              original that had been put clown
                                                                                                                                                  University Director, William Foster
                                                                              when the University Center was
Fall Grade Analysis                                                           first constructed in 1970. In the
                                                                              past, when the carpet was found
                                                                                                                               Foster also noted that new-
                                                                                                                             tables were bought for Post Hall.
                                                                                                                                                                             furniture to be made."
                                                                                                                                                                               According to Foster the money
  An analysis of all grades           of the grades while 1.1                 to be in need of repair, it was                He added that they had been on a                was spent on these items because
                                                                              simply sewn together or patched.               purchase order from last year                   they were areas that receive the
awarded in the Fall 1977              percent of all grades were              Foster commented t h a t the
semester was made                     missing.                                                                               and that it "takes a long time for              highest amount of traffic.
                                                                              damaged carpet was also a
available on January 19.                The high number of 4 4 A "            hazard to the students and that
The report showed that of
the 34980 grades, 32.2
                                      grades awarded is causing
                                      some concern a m o n g
                                                                              "there was a danger of people
                                                                              tripping. The safety factor Ls the
                                                                                                                             Who's Who Recipients
percent were "A". 29.7                administration. Dean of                 most important thing."                            The 1977-78 edition of "Who's                 District of Columbia and several
percent were "B". 10.2                Academic Affairs Clifford                                   Cost                       Who Amontf Students in                          foreign nations.
                                                                                                                             American Universities and                          Outstanding students have
percent were "C". 2.0                 Stewart said, l l G r a d e                The cost of the new carpeting
                                                                                                                             Colleges" will carry* the names of              been honored in the annual
percent were "!)", 13.5                                                       was $9 a yard * $2.25 less than the
                                      inflation is a concern. I t             cost of the original carpeting)                2:i s t u d e n t s from Add phi                directory since it was first
percent were "P" (pass)               calls into question (he                 and come to a total of $7,443. The             U n i v e r s i t y who h a v e been            published in 11H4.
and l.o percent were "F".             meaning of grades and the               reason for the difference in price             selected as being among the                       Students named this year from
  Incompletes awarded                 meaning of Latin honor's                was that the original carpeting                c o u n t r y ' s most o u t s t a n d i n g    Adelphi University are: Philip
accounted for 4.9 percent             at graduation."                         was 100 percent wool, and the                  campus leaders.                                 Ambrosio, Phillip Hank, Caron A.
                                                                              new carpeting is made of man-                     C a m p u s n o m i n a t i n g com-         (joffi, Jean Anne Cusano. Cheryl
                                                                              made material. The old carpetui^               mittees and editors of the annual               Davidson, Teresa D e l a h u n t y ,
                                                                              was removed, Uu i Floor was                    d i r e c t o r y h a v e i n c l u d e d the   \fcinanne KLstJier, Margo (lot-

            N.S.HA will hold                                                  repaired where necessary, and
                                                                              tlio new carpeting glued to the
                                                                                                                             names of these students based on
                                                                                                                             t h e i r academic a c h i e v e m e n t ,
                                                                                                                             service to the c o m m u n i t y ,
                                                                                                                                                                             lesman. Kathleen Halvey.
                                                                                                                                                                                Also, Roberts. Lisch. Peter J.
                                                                                                                                                                              Mundy, Ivy M. Neuman, Susan A.
                                                                                Whore the Money Came From                    leadership in e x t r a c u r r i c u l a r     O'Connell, Carmen Ortiz, Robert

             its first meeting                                                  The money to pay for the
                                                                              carpeting came from the Capital
                                                                              Budget of the University Center,
                                                                                                                             activities and future potential.
                                                                                                                                They join an elite group of
                                                                                                                             students selected from in one than
                                                                                                                                                                             S. Siegal, Maureen Smith, Ralph
                                                                                                                                                                             Sommer, Bennett Allan Zicr,
                                                                                                                                                                             Lisa M. Scicchitano, Jill
                                                                              that is, money set aside to                    1,000        institutions of higher             Solomon, Anthony Hicco, Donald

                Wednesday,                                                    replace things that wear out.                                   in all 50 states, the          Colbourn, and Gilbert Vega.

                                                                                        ALL CLASSES WILL BE HELD MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20,
                February 15                                                          TO MAKE UP FOR TIME LOST DURING THE SNOWSTORM.

                at 1:00 P.M.                                                                     ADDITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS TO MAKE UP

              in Harvey 118.                                                                   MISSED CLASSES WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER.
  Page Six                                                                                              THE DELPHIAN                                                                                        February 15.1978

                                                                                                                         Letters to the Editor
    Vol. XXVIII—No. 14 Wednesday, February 15, 1978

                                    KALPH SOMMKR
                                                                                                Inequity Of The First 78 Storm
                                     Kditor-iM-Chid                                             To the Kditor:                                  hazardous.                                   hand, maybe they thought that If
                                                                                                   Dormers have been exposed to                   We next had the snowstorm.                 they plowed right before the
                Managing Editor                                 A s s o c i a t e Editor
                TOMDONOHUE                                      H A R R Y SCHUTZ                many injustices in the past and                 ami like the rest of New York we             commuters       came       back
                                                                                                many of these situations have                   were stranded here. Hut why did              everything would be Just fine
          A r t * Editor            Photography Editor                    News Editor           caused frustration and bitterness
     DIANE FRASSANITO                PAT INGRASSIA                       SUE D A V I N O                                                        the school w a i l u n t i l late              Now as we tread Lake Kddy we
                                                                                                because there is nothing we can                 Saturday n i g h t and early Sunday          can thank Adelphi for shafting
       Assist A r t s Editor      Assist Photography Editor           Assist. News Editor       do about them.                                  morning to plow'' Were they                  the dormers again We thank you
      JACK P I C C I N I N N I      M A R T I N SEYMOUR                LISA HOFFMAN
                                                                                                  One of these inequities arose                 waiting for over a foot of snow to           for your concern and sympathy.
                 Editor                  Faculty Advisor                 Sports Editor          over mlersession and some                       melt within two days so they                                 Sincerely yours.
         BOB S A M P L E            "V    OONALDKOSTER                 M A R Y DE S E T A       IX'ople were quite disturbed over               could save money'.' On the other                                 VickiLvoas
      st F e a t u r e s Editor       Chief Proofreader              Assist Sports Editor       the matter.
    ERNIE CAPONETTI                   C A R O L HODSON                A L A N G. COHEN            It was very to UK h for those of us
                Business Manager
                                                      Assist Business Manager
                                                            T O N Y CUCCI
                                                                                                with cars to try and #?t off
                                                                                                campus after the ice storm; the
                                                                                                                                                     No Lack Of B.S.W. Jobs
     N E W S S T A F F M DeGreef, O O'Malley, F. McMorrls, S Lowenbraun,                        parking lots were not sanded and                To the Kditor:                               Job Development Counselor for
     B Lancaster F E A T U R E S S T A F F : M. Sapio, J. Romano, R. Heyward, L.                driving was not only difficult but
     LiCaisi. A. Sloltman, M C Moore, J. Zolendoskl, D. Freeland A R T S                                                                           Those of us in the Un-                    'He School of Social Work She is
     S T A F F : S Lowenbraun, P Lemos, J. Buscareilo. O Kenny, J. Peters,                                                                      d e r g r a d u a t e Social Welfare         available to meet w i t h . students in
     M Silverstpin, M Diaz, J Celenia, D Freeland. S P O R T S S T A F F : G.                                                                   Division are proud of Linda                  order to explore their interests
     Hoiden, D Cotton, G. Perz, L. Barker, L Traube, F. Charek.
     BUSINESS         STAFF: J
                                          B. Wilson, M Dispenia, A. Stoltman.
                                          Anderson,   J    Focus, V.      Tricarico
     P R O O F R E A D I N G S T A F F : C. Curran, R lono, N Selfert. A R T W O R K :
                                                                                                  Turtle,                                       Frisby and we enjoyed reading
                                                                                                                                                about her success as an athlete.
                                                                                                                                                                                             prior to refernnu them for em-
                                                                                                                                                                                             p l o y m e n t Ms l . m d s t r o m is
                                                                                                                                                We wish to inform all senior                 located in Build mu A. Koom 208,
     Greg Hoiden D E L I V E R Y J Anderson
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     It has been ten days since the "Great
Snowstorm of 78." During the days
f o l l o w i n g t h e s t o r m , t h r e e major
 1'mversity services — Buildings and
Grounds. Security and Lackmann Food
                                                                             Garden City residents who live along
                                                                          South Avenue, have a responsibility to
                                                                          shovel t h e i r sidewalks along this busy
                                                                           thoroughfare. Students who walk from
                                                                           the t r a i n station to the campus are forced

                                                                                                                                                To: John McGoldrk'k
                                                                                                                                                Director of Security
Sen-ice             did a commendable job of                                                                                                       I reali/.e the importance of fire drills and the testing of
seeing the I ' D i v e r s i t y through a d i f f i c u l t              to walk in the street where they are in                               fire alarms is for our safety as dorm students, but where
period                                                                    constant danger of being hit by cars and                              is Security's consideration for the residents of Kddy
    However, a service v i t a l to the dorm                               trucks, or at best, being splashed by                                H a l l when you choose to "test" the alarms on a cold,
students' needs              the I n f i r m a r y   was                  m e l t i n g slush. These residents should                           wintery. Sunday morning (N: Hi to bo exact) on
closed during the days following the                                      also be considerate of the neighborhood                               I'Vbruary 12. I«7K?
storm. Students who were ill could not                                    children and businessmen who face the                                                                            —Brian Schneider
receive prompt care; they had to be                                       same dangers as they prepare to swim up
transported to the Nassau County                                          I he street          The Garden City Police                             The answer to this question will appear in next week's
Medical Center by Security when driving                                   should enforce the "shovel w i t h i n 24                             issue of the DKIJ'HI/VV Got a question 0 Submit it to
conditions were very ha/ardous.                                           hours of a snowfall" rule, especially in                              OPKN L I N E for answers.
    For the I n f i r m a r y to lx» closed during a                      such a dangerous area.
time when travel to another health
f a c i l i t y was clearly dangerous is inex-
cusable and irresponsible                      especially
                                                                             The- Garden City Department of Public
                                                                          Works also failed to reali/e the ha/.ards
                                                                          on South Avenue. The road remained
                                                                                                                                                     Missing Your Grade?
during the start of *i d o r m i t o r y flu                              covered w i t h snow and in poor condition                                     11" you received a "MG" (missing grade) on your
"epidemic."                                                               leading to several vehicular accidents                                     grade sheet at the end of the fall semester for any
    The snow storm also left us w i t h a lack                            and dangerous d r i v i n g conditions. An                                 class, we would like to know about it. Please take a
of p a r k i n g places, not only because of the                          extra few m i n u t e s spent on clearing t h i s                          m i n u t e to f i l l in the course title and number, meeting
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 dependent upon federal legislation which                                 congressmen. A letter now might be                                         can be identified, and future late grades can be
 will ease the burden of the t u i t i o n - p a y i n g                  worth $r>oo later • when we reall need                                     prevented.
 student or f a m i l y . Currently there are
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 encouraged to support the bills, which                                   n u m b e r and sponsor if you know them
 will give tax credit to t u i t i o n paying                             • see story on page f > > . Please take t h e                              Instructor
students and families.                                                    time* to write to:
   We commend President Carter for his                                     President .Jimmy Carter
 interest in lessening the burden of the                                  The W h i t e House                                                                       Deadline for Letters
m i d d l e - i n c o m e f a m i l y w h i c h sends                     Washington. D.C.
children to college, but we feel thai the                                                   Your Senator:                                             To The Editor is Friday at 1:00 p.m.
tax credit plans are far more equitable                                            The Honorable
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  February 15,1978                                                    THE DELPHIAN                                                                Page Seven

    Big /..
                                          To Linda Ronstadt,
      Happy Valentine's Day to my one and
                                            You may not sing like her, but you are
                                    Love, cuter, How do you breath through that
                                   Crabby nose? Happy Valentine's Day!
    Nancy and Bob,                                                            G.N.
      Happy Valentine's Day to two of the
    greatest — f r o m one of the best.       Yo Delphs,
                                        Love.   Happy Valentine's Day!
                                                                            L.L.B. [Leon]   Claire.                       Dear Lisa B.,
                                                                                              You're still the one.           Thank you for being such
    Deb.                                                                                                           Love, a beautiful friend. May our
                                                Gary B..                                                             J.C. friendship last forever.
      Poppi sends his regards — Happy             You owe me a ride to work! Happy
    Valentine's Day!                                                                                                                        Love Always,
                                                Valentine's Day!                                                                                  Beverly
                                 Love,                                     From Carolyn     To all the incredibly
                                "Slim"                                            746-9082 beautiful people on the Marty.
                                                                                            Coffee House Committee:
    Jolly Green.                                                                              A very special Valentine's      Yes. there will be a
                                                To all Delphian People.                                                    concert this semester. But
       The great valentine left you a banana.     Thanks for all your time and talent, Day!
    Happy Valentine's Day!                      your friendships and your dedication.                          Love Ya. remember — you can be
                                        Love,                                                                   Michael replaced!
                                                Happy Valentine's Day!                                                                              Love.
                              Auntie Crabtree                                       Ralph                                                         Joanne
                                                                                           Dental Lady.
    Me.                                                                                       If you're gonna treat me Joe.
                                                Dearest Jan.
     "Reallv Wicked"                               "Where we've been, and where we're like furniture—AT LEAST
                                Love Always                                                                                  I love you just the way you
                                                going now. There's been a lot of water     DUST!                           are because you're the one.
                                       M.T.                                                       Congrats: HVD; 10-10
                                                pass beneath the bridge. Things we've                                                               Love,
                                                learned, and things we've yet to know.                      Escort No. 1                             Sue
    Dearest B.J..
                                                And we're moving on down that road . . .
      You mean more to me than anything
    on my key chain ever can.                                                              I love you mucho. mucho Web.
                                                                                     Love. Sugar Daddy-                       We     got     past     the
                              Love always.                                             Stu            Happy Valentine's. preliminaries. And I can't
                                                                                                        From Baby Love wait for the secondaries.
    To a very special "Jewel."                                                                                            H.V.D. to the cute one.
                                                Dear Steve.                                                                                    Your Frog
       Wishing you happiness and the best in      Long Live Beatlemania! Happy Sheri,
    everything [including the new job}.         Valentine's Day!                              A wonderful      magical Jac.
                                Still caring.                                        Love. Valentine to a wonderful
                                        Bozo                                                                                 A minute's turn can make
                                                                                    Diane magical person.                 no less of a real memory.
                                                                                                                  Love,                            Love.
    To the Greatest Friend in the World.        To a former Editor and fellow Irishman:                         Michael
      Thanks for everything!                                                                                                               Twinkle Toes
                                                  God sees the truth, but waits.
                                  LuvYa.                                             Love.
                                     Phyl                                                  Alan.                          Gigi.                           #*
                                                                          A staff member                                     Be my Valentine.             i^T*
                                                                                              Thanx for the ride.
    Teresa.                                                                                                       Love,                            Love.
                                                Bessie.                                                                                             J.M.
      Spontaneity is being.                       In a world of treasures Rare. You are a                           Lisa
      Cherishing is "going wild."               precious find. Glad you are mine.
                                      Love.                                                                               Carl.
                                                                                      Leon                                   I love ou.
                                  Joe Walsh                                                To Leon.
                                                                                              As always, you've won our                           LolaF.
                                                For Peg,
   To Ruth, Michael. Lenny. Beverly. Judy. Happy Valentine's Day!                           hearts with your wit, charm,
   Karyn. Daniel Bart.          %
                                                                                  Pete      kindnews,     thoughtfulness Rene.
                               Much love.                                                   [and. of course, the left-     Be mv sweety.
\*                                  Laura Michael.                                          overs}!                                      Guess Who
                                              Happy Valentine's Day. Honey!!!
   Dear Alfred,                                                 Much love and kisses.                      The Delphian Laurie,
     Thank you for being you. Have a                                                                                       Be      my      Alumni
                                                                              Collette                                   Sweetheart.
   beautiful Valentine's Day. I love you.                                                   To Pi Lambda Phi.
                         With much love,                                                       You're a good bunch of                          Me
                                  Beverly   Rabbit.                                         guys. Thanks for everythin'.
                                              Thanks for everything!                        I look forward to sharing a Peg.
   Dear Jude,                                                                               lot more good times.           Missing you while you are
     I like you just the way you are.                           Sylvia. Joanne, Cindy,                         "Carrie" away. Hope your semester is
                                    Love.                                                                                both enjoyable and wor-
                                                              Linda. Leslie and Janice                                   thwhile — get ready far the
                                   Laura    P.S. Straighten out your raggy room-            Dear b~a.
                                            mate. [Only kidding. Ger!}                         Wishing you a Happy Marathon!
         Joseph.                                                                            Valentine's Day!                              With Love.
     Ya know what!                                                                                                Love,                      Tommy
                         Your Baby Girl     Dear A,                                                               Andy
                                              Things are looking up! Remember                                            Poopie.
                                            what I said. ''The grass is always greener      Lizzy,                     Almost!!!!         Happy
   Babycakest                               on the other side." Happy Valentine's              Knowing and loving you Valentine's Day.
     Happy Valentine's Day!                 Day!                                            has been my privilege.                   Love Always,
                        Lisiefrom Calibrisi                                         D.                             Don                      Mabel
                                                                                                                           (Continued on page 17)
Page Eight                                       THE DELPHIAN                                       February 15,1978

             DANCE MARATHO
                                                  IS JUST

                              2 WEEKS AWAY
                                                  Feefaft Wwie

                            TO RAISE MONEY FOR ItUKtMiA


             CAMPUS CAPERS
  ATTENTION ALL CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS—                   S.A.B. COFFEEHOUSE presents Wood Dancer, Feb.
    Have your meetings and events publicized FREE in          15, at 9 P.M. in the U.C. Free.
    Campus Capers. Submit copy of ad, typed and
    double-spaced, to Campus Capers (envelope on side
    of S.P.A. mailboxes), Room 308, in the U.C.            LA UNION LATINA presents SALsoul Valentine
    Deadline is Thursday, 1 P.M.                             Disco, Feb. 11, Rathskeller, 8 A.M.-3 P.M. Free
                                                             with proof of age.

  SHOW SOMEONE you care this Valentine's Day. Send         P A M E L A JACKSON will speak about Internships at
    a "Singing Valentine!" Booth in U.C. lobby this            Pre-Law Society meeting, Wed., 12:50.U.C. 215.
    week. Sponsord by Tri-Delta, proceeds will go to           Open meeting, all invited.

                                                    ^      S.P.A. COMMITTEE MEETINGS:
  PYLON (Adelphi's Literary M;i; -./ine) is holding the      Collective Bargaining            Thurs.,7:30P.M.
    first meeting of the semester. Monday, 1 P.M., Bus.      Constitutions                      Wed., 12 Noon
    102. All welcome.                                        CORFOC                               Mon., 5 P.M.
                                                             Executive                            Mon.,6P.M.
                                                             Hearing Board                      Fri., 1:30 P.M.
   S.A.B. OPEN MEETINGS—Every Monday at 1 P.M.,              K-State Follow-Up                Thurs.,2:30P.M.
      U.C., Room 213.                                        Publicity                           Mon.,6 P.M.
                                                             S.A.B.                              Mon.,1P.M.
                                                             Tuition                             Mon., 3 P.M.

  A.U. L.O.V.E. will meet this Monday in Rm. 211, Bus.       All meetings are in the S.P.A. office, U.C. Room
     at 12:50 P.M. All are welcome. (You don't have to       308, except S.A.B. in U.C. Room 213, and Publicity
    be Vegish to like it.)                                   U.C Room 306.

February 15,1978                                                                                         THE DELPHIAN                                                                                 Page Nine

Summing Up The Year On Film
                     BY MICHAEL J.SAPIO                                                  good roles!" but it is being cried by men                     of 1977. Not everyone will agree—I expect
    If 1977 is to be remembered for anything                                             instead of women. Almost every desirable                      many to quarrel with my inclusions and
 besides Star Wars, it should be remem-                                                  part was written for a woman, with the                        wonder about my exclusions. (("Where is
 bered as the year Hollywood literally                                                   possible exceptions of Richard Burton in                      Annie Hall?" is sure to be asked at least
 abandoned the male buddy-buddy films and                                                Kquus. John Travolta in Saturday Night                        once.) For better or worse, here goes:
 discovered the female buddy-buddy film.                                                 Fever and Burt Reynolds in Semi-Tough. I                                     The Ten Best Films of 1977;
 No less than four of these female-friendship                                            would be hard pressed to come up with                             1. Black Sunday—The most exciting suspense
 films were released this year: Sissy Spacek                                             many more actors, yet I could name a                          thriller of the year. It's not perfect, but the last 45
 and Shelly Duvall in Three Women,                                                       dozen actresses with very little effort.                      minutes arc dynamite, and so is Bruce Dern. It is also
                                                                                                                                                       oneof the most underrated films of theyear.
 Kathleen Quinlan and Bibi Andersson in I                                                Whether this will be a permanent change                           2. Julia—A beautifully moving film of love and
 Never Promised You a Rose Garden, Anne                                                  remains to be seen, but let's enjoy it while                  f r i e n d s h i p and courage, f e a t u r i n g the finest
 Bancroft and Shirley MacLaine in The                                                    we can. It's about time there was some                        photography I've ever seen. The entire cast, headed by
 Turning Point, and Jane Fonda and                                                       equality in the cinema.                                       Jane Fonda, is exquisite.
 Vanessa Redgrave in Julia.                                                                The following list is my idea as to what                        3. Looking For Mr. Good bar—A powerful and violent
   Movies t h a t featured male-female                                                   constitutes the best and worst film releases                                    f Continued on page 10)
 couples also made a strong comeback:
 Woody Allen & Diane Keaton in Annie Hall,

Macl-alne and Bancroft: Women make a comeback.
Li/a Minnelli & Robert DeNiro in New
York, New York. Sally Field & Henry
VVinkler in Heroes. Lily Tomlin & Art
Carney in The Late Show, and Marsha
Mason & Richard Dreyfuss in The (ioodbye
(iirl head this list. Not a male buddv-buddv
                                     v     *f
in sight.
  This year the cry is still "There are no

Altox Helps Drinker                                                                                  James Bond 007 (Roger Moore) flanked by two beauties in "TheSpy Who Loved Me."

                            BY LISA HOFFMAN
   i /• f / i f n r ' s \n(<»   The    s f o r v of A / f o x . I he A/cohof
M r f f i x i / K d f i r i M ( M i f in the \ri\sm/ ( " o i i N f v Medical
C r n / i 1 / \\tt* nt intett in the O K / . P / f M N f c m a r d . s the em\
                                                                                               Puzzle Through Campus Chaos!
n\ id's/ s i ' M i c s h ' r I'he /"of/owing ( j r t i e i e is n n o f / M » r . more
                   view nj A l t t ) \ <js e\perieneed h\m one of Us                                                                 H Y K K M K C APONKTTI
                                                                                                   Below are ten scrambled words which have to do with end-of-the-semester
  Fran Josephs (a pseudonym) is a small, dignified                                               hassles. Try to unscramble them.
woman of 48. She dresses taste fully and has brownish-
blonde hair that is swept up on her head in a graceful                                           CAMPUS CHAOS will take on a slightly different form this semester. Kach week, the puzzle will focus on
hairdo. She lives in lx,*vittown and works in the Nassau                                       a different department. Simple terms and names of faculty member's will make up the puzzle. This week,
County Medical Center. Fran Josephs is also an                                                 the Economics department will be featured.
  Josephs was a light drinker until 1972. Her husband                                           1. PSPYLU                 _O--O-                        6. M G I J K T N A --O ---- O
had died the year before and left her with their three
boys, who were 14, 18, and 22. She was working in the                                          2. N IMA FDD              V^.-W--
                                                                                                                         O--O--                         7. CAOR                   —O
school savings department of a bank at the time her
husband died and had the summers off. "The first
summer (after her husband's death) wasn't too bad,"
said Josephs. "I started to drink during the second
                                                                                               3. OOPYNLOM --O                                          8. OAR1Y1C                 ___ o_
summer." One of her sons was In trouble with the law                                           4. PLGOOYLIO O                             O             9. DRAET                   O ____
at that time, and she was lonely. "I felt sorry for
myself," she said. "I felt I couldn't bring up those
three boys. The way I handled the situation was to get                                         5. RECPI                   --O —                        10. TCSO                    OO_.
stoned drunk."                                                                                  Now arrange the circled letters to forma word to answer the following clue. CLUE: Gross                — (2
  By 1973 she was drinking more and more and                                                   words).
denying the fact that she had an alcohol problem. "I
thought that a drunk was in the Bowery. How could I be
a drunk?' 1 Josephs said. When the bank department
she worked in folded, Josephs quit her job rather than
                                                                                                               oooooooo ooooooo
                                                                                                 Complete the puzzle, write your name on it, and bring it to the DELPHIAN office, room 307, by 2 P.M.
going Into bookkeeping, which she disliked. From then                                          F"riday. If the office is locked, put the entry in a sealed envelope and tack it on the door. This semester,
on she would spend her days at home, drinking.                                                 eight books will be given away. Winners of science fiction books will be announced next week, together
  '"Hie kids would come over and we'd have beer.                                               with the corrected CAMPUS CHAOS puzzle. Please note the new deadline, which will remain in effect
Then one day they said, 'Aren't you drinton' too much,                                         throughout the semester.
             (Continued on page 16)
   Page Ten                                                                     THE DELPHIAN                                                                          February .5,1978

   Top Ten Sum Up...
                (Continued from page 9)                       pseudo-Indians and extortion money. We cast looks as                  melodrama the gate of Hell Is somewhere in Brooklyn
   film that upset many. Diane Keaton's tour-de-force         though they wrote the script as they went along.                      overlooking the East River. They should have dumped
   performance as Theresa Dunn is practically worth the       Illogical and lousy.                                                  this garbage Into the river, but the pollution laws are
  price of admission                                             4. Orca—The problems with this fish story are too                  too strict.
     4. Outrageous!—This is a warm and witty film about       numerous to mention, but let it be noted that the entire                8. The World's Greatest Lover—Gene Wilder has
  the relationship between a gay female impersonator          production was so poorly photographed it looks like the               completely overextendedhimself, and the end result is
  and a mentally disturbed girl who discover they love
  and need each other. Craig Russell's impersonations
  are uncanny; Hoflis McLaren's portrayal of the girl is
  sincere and likable, and the movie succeeds in really
  making you care. A truly good experience.
     5. Star Wars—An exciting good-guys vs. bad-guys
  space adventure, it appeals to the wide-eyed little kid
  in all of us.
     6. The First Nudie Musical—It's the old "Let's-put-
  on-a-show" concept hilariously updated with songs,
  dances, comedy, romance, love, sex, and nudity. It's
  all good clean fun, and one of the best satires ever
 made. Cindy Williams, Bruce Kimmel and Stephan
  Nathan are all perfect, but it has to be seen to be
 believed. Try not to miss it.
    7. The Other Side of MidnJght^I realize I am in the
 vast minority on this one, but I was caught up in "the
 romance of passion and power" and had an enjoyable
 and satisfying time with the gang in Greece and
 Washington. Sue me.
    8. The Spy Who Loved Me—Expertly made fluff and
 the best of the Bonds. Another satisfying experience.
    9. The Turning Point—Superb drama of love,
 friendship, choices, and the ballet. Shirley MacLaine

  Robert A It man's most unusual
   film ... is nevertheless made
 with a sure hand, and is a great
film to discuss and think about.                                      Han Solo (Harrison Ford) directs the Millenium Falcon in "Star Wars," the number five movie.

and Anne Bancroft are terrific, and Mikhail                  lens cap was left on, and that Richard Harris wore                  that he's made the most insulting film of the year. He
Barishnikov is incredible.                                   more makeup than his co-star. Charlotte Rampllng.                   treats his audience as if we were all imbeciles, and he
 10. Three Women—Robert Alman's most unusual                 Opening a can of Bumblebee tuna is more terrifying                  expects us to laugh at funny faces, tiresome fag jokes
film, it is nevertheless made with a sure hand, and is a     (and more interesting) than this rancid little rip-off.             and people who stutter. When he sticks his tongue out
great film to discuss and think about. Shelly Duvall           5. Salo—120 Days of Sodom—A vile sado-masochistic                 the first time you may smile, but by the end of the
and Sissy Spacek are excellent as two young women            "art" film that had a mercifully brief run in New York.             movie you want to rip the damn ed thing right out of his
who share a friendship, and then, a life. Not exactly        It is pretentious, nonerotic, and worst of all, boring.             mouth. Mr. Wilder should stick to acting, and let
your average movie, but it is a lotof fun.                  The chief topics of interest include excretion and body              someone more competent do the writing and directing.
Honorable Mention                                           mutilation. Albert Fish (noted cannibal and pervert)                   9. Valentino—Everyone associated with this low
  These are films that almost, but not quite, made the       would have loved it.                                                class travesty should sue Ken Russell, especially
top ten: A Bridge Too Far, AnnJe Hall, Close En-               6. The Happy Hooker Goes to Washington—This                       Rudolf Nureyev. Is it any wonder that Nureyev's most
counters of the Third Kind, I Never Promised You a          movie proves, beyond the shadow of a doubt, that Joey                recent public appearance has been on '"Hie Muppet
Rose Garden, Islands in the Stream, Man on the Roof,        Heatherton is the worst actress in the world. To add                 Show" dancing with Miss Piggy?
One On One, Saturday Night Fever, Semi-Tough,               insult to injury. Miss Heatherton keeps whatever                      10. You Light Up My Life—At one point in this poorly
Smokey and the Bandit, The Late Show, and Walt              talent she has fully clothed during the entire film. It's a          dubbed, cliche-ridden musical soap opera, Didi Conn
Disney's The Rescuers.                                      total waste of time.                                                 says, "Oh my God, this is like a bad dream." No,
             The Ten Worst Films of 1977                       7. The Sentinel—According to this sleazy little                   honey, it's more like a bad movie.
  1. American Tickler—The only tickle you'll get from
this alleged "comedy" is in the seat of your pants,
driving you out of the theatre and back home to the
quiet good taste and subtle humor of Laverne &
                                                               Soup Recipes To Melt Winter Chi
                                                                            BY RHONDA HEYWARD                                    2  beef bouillon cubes
  2. Exorcist II: The Heretic—A more apt title for this        Though the calendar may not say so, winter has                    ^  cup medium sized pearl barley
                                                             arrived! The key to braving the cold is warmth—                     4  carrots scraped & cut into 1" pieces
With Linda Blair safely behind                               warmth in clothing and in meals as well.                            2  tbsp. fresh chopped parsley
 bars, perhaps the world will                                  Soup provides such warmth as a quick pick-me-up                     Melt butter in large dutch oven and add beef bones;
                                                             with a sandwich or as an appetizer. These three                     brown lightly on all sides. Add diced celery, chopped
he spared from the inevitable                                recipes are a tasty way to ward off winter's chill.                 onions and saute until onions are transparent but not
                                                                              Cream of Tomato Soup                               brown. Add water, salt and pepper, and bouillon cubes.
 sequel - "Exorcist III: The                                 3 10-ounce cans tomato soup                                         Cover and simmer over low flame for 14 hours. Add
           Addict."                                          3 soup cans of milk                                                 barley and carrots; cover and let simmer another
                                                             2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce                                        hour. Sprinkle each serving with a little parsley.
would have been "Exorcist II: The Retarded"; there           4 cup of onions or scallions                                        Serves 6 to 8.
is not one moment of logic or sense in this entire mess.       Empty contents of soup into dutch oven. Stir in milk                            Mama's Ho me style Soup
With I Jnda Blair safely behind bars, perhaps the world      until smooth. Heat over low flame until hot; add                    6 slices slab bacon
will be spared from the inevitable sequel—"Exorcist          Worcestershire sauce and stir weD. Serves 6.                        1 cup chopped onions
III: The Addict."                                                             Beef & Barley Soup                                 2 1-lb. cans whole tomatoes
  3. Maniac!—Oliver Reed, Stuart Whitman and                  2 tbsp. butter or margarine                                        1 10-oz. package frozen cut corn or
Deborah Raffin are wasted In this idiotic tale of           2 Ibs. beef bones                                                   1     1-lb. can whole kernel corn, drained
                                                                      ^ cup diced celery                                        2    tsp. salt
                                                                      4> cup chopped onions                                     2    tsp. pepper
  Pregnant And You Didn't Mean To                           Be 2 qts. water
                                                                      1 tbsp. salt
                                                                                                                                1    bay leaf
                                                                                                                                 4 tsp. red pepper
                                                                      1 tbsp. pepper                                             1 10-oz. pkg. frozen whole okra or Mi Ib. fresh okra
                                                                                                                                                  (Continued on page 11)
                           Birthright                                                                    raunchily
                                                                                                         funny!"-Cllve Barnes
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                                                                                                                Evgs. Tues thru Fri.                   L.-P.-N. Part-time or
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No Questions Asked -
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                                                                                                                                                       Homemakers Upjohn at
February 15,1978                                                                                THE DELPHIAN                                                                             Page Eleven

Don't Get Banged Up By Shady Repair Shops
                     BY RHONDA HEYWARD                                            replaced parts If a written request is given before the         1. Failure to inform the customer of any work sublet
       The Motor Vehicle Repair Shop Act seeks "to further                        work is performed.                                            to another repair facility.
     highway safety by promoting proper and efficient                               Labor—The written estimate must include the                   2. Making false or misleading statements, either
     repair of.. . motor vehicles, to protect consumers from                      hourly labor charge and whether computed by clock             written or oral about authorization of work to be
     dishonest, deceptive and fraudulent practices."                              hours or flat rate. A sign must be posted showing how         performed, work done and-or parts supplied
       New York state law requires that every auto repair                         labor charges are computed Customers should be                  3. Persuading or inducing a customer to authorize
     shop be registered with the state Department of Motor                        informed of any storage fees at the time the vehicle is       repair work that is unnecessary.
     Vehicles; failure to do so can result in a thousand                          taken to the shop.                                              4. False or deceptive advertisement is an unac-
     dollar fine, imprisonment, or both. The law further                            Parts—When replacement parts are used, their                ceptable practice.
     requires that a registered repair shop have adequate                         condition must be indicated in writing. You're entitled         5. Fraudulent conduct including overcharging.
     equipment, facilities and personnel to insure that                           to the return of replaced parts, excluding warranty             6. Gross negligence, Including poor workmanship or
     quality repairs are made.
       The Department of Motor Vehicles has Inspectors
     throughout the state to investigate complaints against
     repair shops. A shop's registration can be suspended
     or revoked and fines issued for gross negligence or
       The act also provides safeguards for repair shops
     against indiscriminate, biased or mistaken com-
     plaints. A shop is entitled to a hearing by the depart-
    ment when a complaint is lodged against it and to an
     appeal of an adverse decision.
                       Have a Complaint?
       If you believe you've bem taken advantage of by a
    repair shop, you should first try to resolve the matter
     with the shop's management. If, after an honest effort,
    you fail, you may then submit the complaint in writing
          New York State Department of Motor Vehicles
          Division of Vehicle Safety
          Empire State Plaza
          Albany, N.Y. 12228
       The VS-35 repair shop complaint form is available at
    your local motor vehicle department and Is designed to
    help you provide the necessary information to In-
    vestigate or resolve your complaint. Be aware that
    complaints are accepted for review up to 90 days or
    3000 vehicle miles after completion of repair work.
       When a complaint is received, a staff member of the                                                                                                                                   Pat tngrasila
    division of vehicle safety will check out the complaint                                                       If your car looks like this, read carefully.
    with you and the shop and try to resolve it. If this fails,                   and exchange parts, only if this is requested in writing      faulty diagnosis.
    the complaint is referred to the division's area in-                          before any work is done on your vehicle.                        7. Failure to remedy product defects or to make
    spector: a qualified mechanic with a minimum of five                            Authorized Work—Any services performed by a                 repairs covered by a warranty.
    years experience who is trained to Investigate and                            repair shop must be authorized by you! If a written
    resolve disputes. The inspector again checks out the                          order is prepared you must receive a copy. If you give
    complaint with both consumer and shop, gathers and
    evaluates the facts, and attempts to develop a
    satisfactory solution.
                                                                                  an oral order for work, it must be noted on the invoice
                                                                                  and must include the date, time, manner of
                                                                                  authorization and by whom the authorization was
       Even if a complaint involves no law violation, the                         given. A vehicle in a repair shop's possession may only                    (Continued from page 10)
    department may try to assist in the settlement of the                         be operated under your directions or as necessary to            Saute bacon in large dutch oven until crisp. Remove
    dispute. If a complaint Indicates a violation, a hearing                      repair or road test the vehicle.                              bacon slices and drain on paper towels. Add onions to
    may be held by the department. When a hearing is                                Guarantees—Repair shops aren't required by law to           bacon fat and saute until transparent but not brown,
    held, an officer of the Motor Vehicle Hearing Board                           guarantee their work. However, if a shop chooses to do        stirring constantly. Add tomatoes, corn, salt and
    may fine the shop and may suspend or revoke Its                               so, it must list the terms andtlme limit of its guarantee     pepper, red pepper, bay leaf. Cover and simmer over
    registration.                                                                 on the invoice given to you when the work's complete.         low flame for vi hour. If using frozen okra, rinse in cold
                           The Consumer                                             Subcontracting—A repair shop that subcontracts              water, separate pods and cut off ends. Add okra to pot,
                           "Bill of Rights"                                       work to another is still responsible for work done.           cover and simmer for another 4 hour. Remove bay
   Under the terms of the Repair Shop Act, you're                                   In conclusion, the following unacceptable practices         leaf before serving. Top each bowl with crumbled
 protected by the following requirements:                                         warrant complaints:                                           bacon. Serves 4 to 6.
   Estimates—You're entitled to a written estimate of
 parts and labor necessary for each specific repair, but
 YOU MUST ASK FOR IT. Read your estimate                                              The Student At Large:
 carefully! Unless your consent is given you can't be
 charged more than the estimate price Estimates must
 contain: the customer's name, the shop's name, the
 date, list of necessary parts and costs (if any part is
 used or not of original quality it should be so stated),
                                                                                    Waiting For That Transcript
 labor charged for each repair and how it Is calculated,                               I had already received my schedule, my T.A.P., my          "Oh. Sorry."
 vehicle description including registration plate                                    B.E.O.G., my bill, my financial aid statement, my            "That's okay. You're just a freshman; how would
 number or identification number, and a statement                                    second bill ("We are sorry to Inform you that If your      you know? How was it?"
 informing the customer of his right to the return of                                bill is not paid promptly upon receiving this final           "Pretty good. My mother was happy. What'd yours
                                                                                     notice of delinquent payment, your education will be       say?"
                                                                                     repossessed."), a threatening letter from the library,       "Oh, I haven't shown it to them yet. I never show my
                                                                                     and my corrected bill (Whew!) from the University, so
                                                                                     I knew that the small, computer addressed envelope         parents my report card 'til we figure out the rates."
                                                                                     that came in the mall one day was my first college           "Rates," I said. "What rates?"
                                                                                     report card.                                                 "Well, I got a dollar for every "A" In high school and
                                                                                                                                                I figure that In college an "A" Is worth at least five
                                                                                                                                                  "Five bucks9"
                                                                                                                                                  "Sure. And that's not even taking inflation into
        COLLEGE STUDENT STUDY PROGRAM: At Hayim Greenberg                                                                                       account."
        CoMeoe in Jerusalem for a semester or one year Curriculum                                                                 BY              "What's your rate this year?"
        includes Hebrew Language. Literature. Bible. History. Educa-                                                        LISA HOFFMAN          "I'm not sure. I always start at 15. That way we can
        tion. Philosophy, Sociology. Talrcud. Credits by leading uni-
        versities in the U S - Also, tours, cultural and recreational                                                                           bargain down."
        programs. Scholarships available.                                                                                                         "Bargain down?" I repeated
                                                                                                                                                  "Yeah, "she said. "See, I know they won't pay me 15
X       UNIVERSITY SEMINARS: 6 weeks of study at Israeli universi-
        ties. Plus tours, cultural and recreational activities. Up to 11                                                                        an "A" and they know that I know that they won't pay
        recognized credits may be earned.                                               Most people feel a little bit of tension when they're   me $15 an "A/' so we start at 15 and work our way
               For Information and applications call or write:                       about to open their report card. I felt the need to        down to a price that's agreeable to both parties."
                             WORLD ZIONIST ORGANIZATION                              scratch my big toe. Still, I was able to muster some         "I get it/' I said. *"nien you show them your report
           wzo               WZO Department of Education ft Culture
                             515 Park Avenue, N.Y.C. 10022
                                                                                     excitement over my report card and I shoved it under
                                                                                     the nose of the first friend I saw the next day.
                                                                                                                                                  "Right," she said.
                             (212) 752-0600 ext. 385/366                   50-A
                                                                                        "Look," I said, "I got my report card in the mall         "What was your rate last year?" I asked
                                                                                     yesterday!"                                                  "Six-fifty/' she replied with a grin. "I figure I can
                                                                                        "Report card?!" she said, horrified "You don't call     get at least eight this year."
                                                                                     it a report card in college."                                "What happens if you get a "C"?"
                                                                                        "You don't?"                                              "That's the only pitfall/' she said. "I have to pay
                                                 ZIP,                                   "No. It's called a transcript."                         them."
  Page Twelve                                                                                                  TIIK D K L P H I A N                                                                                                          February 15, 1978

                   Where The Money Goes Part One
       Since Add phi is /;<•</n/v ruifioft-supporrcd, students /Hire                                    u n d e r b u d g e t e d for. To avoid                     mendalions, rejected others.                            budget are under the 1976-77
                                                                                                        hiring additional staff, we in-                             Some of the recommendations                             budget by $1:10.000."
 </ right to A'/unr \\-fiere atul /;oui r/n ( /> tuition dollar is spent.
                                                                                                       crease the responsibilities of                               are as follows:                                              ( 4 ) Reduce maintenance staff
  With this in mind, the DKLPHIAN is presenting a series of                                            existing staff and they must be                                                                                      by seven to ten percent by at-
                                                                                                                                                                      d » Institute a moratorium on
 articles \\-ltich will examine University policy, people, and                                          compensated." (linsburg said.                               capital expenditures. (Capital                          trition. Progress: (Jinsburg said
 plans which deal with the finances. This week, we feature a                                               ( f ) Faculty a n d Staff Benefits—                     expenditures a re for items which                        that the staff was reduced by
 chan helow which shows where money is spent in the                                                    $70.000 was added for additional                             increase assets such as equip-                          nine, a reduction of 15 percent
                                                                                                        workman's compensation.                                    ment or building. Kxarnptes of                                ( 5 i R e d u c e administrative,
 different              schools and academic departments of the                                                                                                                                                             secretarial,               clerical     and
                                                                                                           i g ) General Institutional—                            capital expenditures would be the
 [ • n i v e r s i f y . Also this week: When is a Surplus Not a Sur-                                  $88,;i81 was added because of                               purchase of desks, carpets,                              technical staff by five to ten
 plus'.'                                                                                               "postage, d u p l i c a t i n g , and in-                   tables, parking signs, etc.) The                         positions by attrition. Progress:
                                                                                                       surance," said (Jinsburg.                                   moratorium was to save the                               (Jinsburg said that these staffs
          BY RALPH SOMMER                          These include:                                               Tuition Increase Helped                            University between $150,000 to                           were reduced by six persons.
    Recently, the University an-                       ( a t Instructional—$24,926 was                    Despite the additional $248,013                          $250.000. Progress: G m s b u r g                             i f i i Reduce non-instructional
 nounced that for the current 1977-                added to i n s t r u c t i o n a l ex-              in expenses, the University ex-                             said, "We have instituted the                           local travel by at leasl 15 percent
 78 academic year, we will have a                  p e n d i t u r e s because of "ad-                                                                                                                                     and entertainment expenses by
surplus of funds. The revised                      ditional part time and overload                                                                                                                                         at least one-third to one-half.
 budget i a t right» shows that at                 for faculty," said Adelphi Vice                                     The surplus will haw little                                                                         Progress: (Jinsburg said. "I/>cal
the end of tins >ear. Die                          lYesident Signmnd Gtnsburg.                                                                                                                                             travel and entertainment ex-
U n i v e r s i t y expects to h a v e                 ' b) Library- $10.625 was added                              to do with preventing another                                                                          penses were reduced an average
259.915 surplus dollars.                           to the l i b r a r y ' s e x p e n d i t u r e s                                                                                                                       of 15 percent."
   Though t h i s f i g u r e i n d i c a t e s    because "of a commitment we                                        tuition increase next year.                                                                               i / i Review programs, func-
thai the University is in good                     made to the new School of                                                                                                                                              tions and activities, reducing cost
fiscal shape this- year, the surplus               Hanking               and             Money          pec Is the approximately $2M,OflO                          moratorium                    except            for    through reduction in scope and -or
will have little to do in preventing               Management." (Jinsburg said.                         surplus at the end of the year.                            cmernencuv The a n t i c i p a t e d                   elimination Progress: "We are
a n o t h e r t u i t i o n increase n e x t          » c i Computer Center •£!(>, 120                  'HiLS s u r p l u s was due to cutting                    saving will be approxunalely                            phasing out the institute of
yea r                                              was added to the Computer                           costs in main areas ol Uie                                 $100.000."                                              M a n i u - Science and considrnm!
   The surplus will not no toward                 C e n t e r ' s expenses because of                   I ' h t v i M M i V as well as incrvaMiu;                        ".! - Reduce Independent Study                   the use of the i n s u U i t e ' N boats
next year's budget, but wJl be                    outside job work. "However, this                     l i n t u m to t h e current SH'ii [XT                     alom; u i t h p a r t t i m e a n d                     We liad planned to offer off-
used lo offset the $iJftU82 deficit               job brings in $8!U>jO So our ex-                     credit                                                     »»\ r r l o a d e x | ) e n d i l u r e s w i t h a     campus programs in Hi>lor\
which the t'mversit) runvntly                     IH'fiso must be seen ui light of the                       ( i m . s b u r i : i v r r r i I I \ » : a \ r .1   H » N i l ut UMo JO percent Progress:                   Kiij:iish. but eiirollmenl w a ^ no!
has in its General Kiiml.                         income we gel from accepting                         pm^rcss report to t h e t ' m v i T s i l )                ( i m s h i i i ' K ^ ud. 1 ^ d e p e n d e n t         suihcieiii              " ( linsbiiru sii
        W h y T h e Revision?                     this job." ( i m s b u r g said                      < ' o u n c i l \- m a n c r C o m m i t tee               S!u(!>. p a r t - I me and overload is                       • i! • Uc<hicr all at ademic n
  T h e U n : v c r s : t > released t h e           • d t Plant Operations $LM..'N5                   ( K i t l i i i i i u : Die progress u| lJu- culs          up (i r.1 perci nt due to uicreasiMl                   :nni si cade mu ronlervncc ti'avel
latest revised budget because the                 wasadded to tins area !x'cause of                    IP. i!Xpeiises t h a t have been u i -                     rnrollmenls t n d increased r<iles                     , i i u i meeUniis u i t h a i;oal of at
I'mversil} tiad received unan-                     "increases in u u l i l i e s expense              sliluled l h i s \ ear The committee                        :or p a r t U I : H sauiries                           least JO pi-rcent reducuon 1:1
ticipated income of $58(i.;H) Some                i:as. oil and elective it y "                       had m a d i ' t i n . i i n i , i l ret -urn-                   • : t - l . m u l plant improvement                each. Progress: This r e i o m -
of this a d d i t i o n a l income w J l be          • e - A d m i n i s t r a t i o n SH.iioO        mendali:»ns lo Uie l : n i v e r s i t \                    and repairs to no more than                            m c i u l a t i o i i \\as not approved b\
used to cover expenditures ill at                 was en i) side red                 "rssrnlial       t ' o i l l H l l last \ r a r The c'nm»-||                 <]i)0.0(Hi Progress: (iinsburn                         Uie I ' i i l v e r s i U Councii : houevi-r.
were not original!) anticipated                   ninnies for promotions thai we                      acci'pleil                    ^o:ne           rec-nm-       sud. l - A i H - i n l i t u i v s in the l*r;;.VH     «r h a \ e i m l i ' i n e i i U ' d llu- ;'>U

                  Academic Departmental Budgets                                                                                                                                                                                                                     I I

                                                  The (1977-78) budgets for faculty salaries, other
                                                  salaries, and general operational expenses for each                                                                                                                                                        777
                                                  department are summarized from University
                                                  documents dated 9/30/77. For most departments,
                                                   other salaries" were from $4.750 to $92,000. Those
                                                  departments which pay "other salaries" in excess of
                                                  $100.000 are indicated.

                      l'a< u l t v Salaries                           -Other Salaries (over $100,000)                                          ;—Crnrral Operational Kxpenses

                                                              Figures given represent thousands of dollars

                                              TOTAL ALLOTMENTS FOR ACADEMIC                                                                                                                                                                                               389

                                                  DEPARTMENTS & SCHOOLS

                                                                     Faculty                                         $2,038,191                                                                                                                                        176

                                                                                                                               $94,013                                                                                                                             8
                 February 15,1978                                                                                                   TIIK DKLPIIIAN                                                                                                                                                                                    Page Thirteen

        urpliis. Budgets And Expense Cuts
                  percent reduction/ 1 Gins burg                           Progress:      "A       Graduate                    arbitrations i n v o l v i n g the
                 said.                                                     Scholarship Program in the                          U n i v e r s i t y , two collective                                                                                                A;>(. I.I'M |         -JN I V K P . " t T *
                    (9) Place a limit of $15,000 on                       College of Arts and Sciences was                     bargaining agreements to be                                                                                                                1 ') 7 1 - 7 H        H   I;'.* T

                  Adelphi Faculty         Research                        implemented and advertised.                         negotiated, unionization,                                                     r y S t a t cn»en t                     of     1 nt o n e ,             t x pu-ni) i t -j r r •;        jn<l A f [ r oj. r J J t

                 Grants. Progress: Faculty                                There has been or will be in-                       renegotiation of our insurance                                                                                                                                                                                        H c v l set)
                 Research Grants arc budgeted at                          creased advertising for Com-                        coverage," Ginsburg said.                                                                                                                                                           v v i •• i o n •)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      AS O (

                 $15,000, a reduction of $10,000.                         m u n i t y Health Education,                         (15) Consider centralization of
                   (10) A committee should be                             Education and Psychology,"                          various functions now duplicated
                                                                                                                                                                                           T u l f. 1 c n           fc     f c <• •-                           S . 7 . l i, ) . 4 1 .)                        J    4 •* ' . S
                 formed to oversee and recom-                             Ginsburg said.                                     in v a r i o u s schools, such as                             New          York             S-', A', C         '• or '. i - ) y         .' . I 4 < . ';'                                                               . 1 4 r-   700

                 mend to the Vice President for                            (13) A study should be made of                     registration and admissions, and
                                                                                                                                                                                             U n r c -. t r l : t c <1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           A < . - t i v i '. i *• •-     C e i .11 cd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           .? S t - , t: " :                                                                   000

                 Administration and Planning on                           the effects of pricing tuition                     centralize wherever possible.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   to      A c .ider. i ;               |>c [• o r I me n t •>                  ' I . '.'JO                                                             71
                                                                                                                                                                                           F. i i d o w r - e n t          i      I i v e >, l me-r. t                     JHS
                 exceptios to the Moratorium on                           differently for different depart-                   Progress: "No s i g n i f i c a n t                          O t :»t'i                                                                       *> *>C                                    n s . ti *> c                             OCD
                                                                                                                                                                                           :i j or.». r»r <• l ^ 1 1 > ; c • i *-                                                      oco                                                       1 , 000 000
                                                                                                                             progress has been made in this                                                                                                      J J , '/') C          980                                                     3 4 . '., 0 1 "l V6
                                                                                                                             regard although we expect to                                  A u K i J ; ,1 r y             K ••. I p r f t J s c '.                 1 . ^>4 1

                   "We have instituted a moratorium                                                                          review the matter," Ginsburg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        7<>tdi                   ) s. si;            Si                                                        ,(. ,_1_0_9     ?80

                    (on capital expenditures} except                                                                         said.                                                         1 n 11, r u i t ; or. J ,                                            ) * . . - > ; • > ft .> ;                                  '»/*.                f> . 0 4 0     749
                                                                                                                                                                                           ^ ['C 1 n «. t> r rd           I* r '.- ; *• < ' '                      1 . '.* ( C 1:0:1                                                             ) . 3C:>      CDC
                                                                                                                               (16>The full time faculty of each                           ',.: l>t .* r y                                                          I . }'»^         .'(.4                                                      i , 4cS

                for emergencies. The anticipated savings                                                                     school or college shall not be                                A l h 11-1 i t- s
                                                                                                                                                                                           SI yiJt-i. t            i**i w i • •• •.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1 LO
                                                                                                                              increased. Progress: This was                                C or | j i e f               t 1 «•!. I r r
                    will be approximately * 100,000."                                                                        not approved by the University
                                                                                                                                                                                           P 1 .1 !-. t        "| e r ,1 t

                                                                                                                                                                                         A<)m i r. l - . ' . i .1 t i , ••-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   I l : ! - •-

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1 . »*tt
                                                                                                                             Council.                                                    I .1 •• u ; ( y
                                                                                                                                                                                               b t • : •• f i l '•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    k     St j I f
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            . C )

                 C-apital Expenditures. Progress:                          merits and-or schools to see if                    (17) When new (or rep la cement)
                                                                                                                                                                                              , i- n i- I -I I      i !• '• I t t J t I ;>i. ,1 1                                                                          1H1                  i, u           c;o
                                                                                                                                                                                           S ! ..d.-i.l            A 1.1                                                                                                                                       ceo
                 This recommendation was not                               such differential pricing would be                faculty must be hired, strong                               i'     • -i 1 i l. , ; i - i i i Y

                 approved by the U n i v e r s i t y                       p r o f i t a b l e , p r a c t i c a l . and     consideration should be given to
                                                                                                                                                                                               .1- •• r .» i
                                                                                                                                                                                         •. - • - A • n '• • .-. ,
                 Council. No action taken.                                 academically sound. Progress:                     hiring part-lime faculty as long                                                                                                                                                                                  n
                                                                                                                                                                                         A i » i . . .» t /               t     . •
                   • H i Study ir.sUliUiw; a sur-                          "After some consideration of the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     i . •; ' 9 . ;fco
                                                                                                                             as thus hiring is academically
                charge and-or L i b fee for In-                            m a t t e r , except for increased                sound. Progress: "We have
                                                                                                                                                                                   or f !. A . : i s <
                                                                                                                                                                                     ; :-f f : • i : »
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              f •- •
                dependent Study courses, with                              l a b o r a t o r y fees, it appears              followed this recommendation,"
                these ctoirues based on the                                unlikely that it \.oulcl be wise to               said Ginsburg.
                                                                                                                                                                                   A J ' i - h c . i - h : AT : ' S '
                                                                                                                                                                                         I' i .1- I I .i; f i v < *i •.                                                                                             4 '. . i                         I 4'
                n u m b e r of c r e d i t s the In-                      institute additional differential                                                                              l . - j . • ',.- r ' . ••
                                                                                                                                                                                         i....u. r -•' H-.
                dependent Stu(i\ LS bcuin Uiken                           pricing." G m s b u i f j said.                      ( 1 8 ) Dormitory room charges                            t ,» r I y          Kf i r i-r 1 - 1 i

                for Progress: I n d e p e n d e n t                          • 1 4 ' Reduce expenditures for                 should be increased $25 per
                Studies               which          involved             consultants. Progress: "Ex-                        semester. Progress: "This                             N(. T lx. rr.s
                l ; * b o r a l o r \ or c o m p u t e r usa^o            penditures for legal, auditing,                    r e c o m m e n d a t i o n was not ap-                                                                                                        . t •-*•
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         r /       '; (                i << I
                wore chained the regular lab fee.                         and consulting will be the .same                   proved by the U n i v e r s i t y                     ;>^-e r. i -nj           B J i J_n< c                                             I t< 4 '» .

                  - \2> \ sliuh should be made of                        or mere than last year because of                   Council; however, we have                             N t-t         t * •.<••. s        or         1 ;>i- f i : i '. i                           MI,

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      Group pictures for the yearbook will                             Helping Hand
    be taken on March 6, 7 and 8. It is the
    responsibility of each club and
    organization to set up an appointment
    for one of these three days.                                                To
      Pictures may be taken anywhere on
    campus — it is your choice. Please let
    me know when you make your ap-                       Your Fellow Classmates
      Appointments may be made UNTIL
    February 28th. Stop by the Oracle
    Office in Room 309 at the University                 Be A Peer Tutor
    Center, or call extension 7313 on any
    Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
               Monday: 1-3 P.M.                          Contact: Volunteer Services
            Tuesday: 1:30-2:30 P.M.                      Levermore Hall Rm. No. 119
              Wednesday: 1-3 P.M.
      This is your only opportunity . . . NO
      Thank you for your cooperation.
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                        Clubs & Org. Editor                                   2741
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                                  Assistant                              Ext: 7715

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F   February 15,1978                                                                                        THE DELPHIAN                                                                           Page Fifteen

    One Man's Dilemma On College Life
                          BYADAMSTOLTMAN                                                                                                                  Stranger. The response to this was usually something
                                                                                              "She's got a QRV overhead cam with Quasimodo
        On his first day of college, he dressed like Dustin                                 shocks and Nagamlchi plugs/' they would say, or "I            like "Heavy! But my car has mag wheels with. . ."
     Hoffman. Dustin Hoffman represented all that                                           wrapped my Impala around a lamppost the other day,              This is not to say that he was entirely without
     American college students were. To his surprise                                        but my old man said he'd buy me a new one."                   companionship. Occasionally he would meet someone
     though, nobody else at school looked or acted like                                     Wherever he looked, he would find them exchanging             who also treated college like college. They would
     Dustin Hoffman. This confused him and he no longer                                     anecdotes about how many times their licenses had             exchange profound thoughts and feelings while
     knew how he should act or dress. For a little while he                                 been revoked or something along those lines. When the         drinking white wine and wearing sweat shirts, but one
     tried being Neil Young but gave it up because he didn't                                conversation would turn to him, he would fall silent as       day he would find them looking like department store
    have brown eyes or a high voice. It became in-                                          he did not know anything about cars, let alone have a         jnannequins or talking about cars. Then he would
    creasingly difficult to be the epitome of the American                                  driver's license. Sometimes, when his silence became          realize the hopelessness of it all and would drown his
    college student when no one else was acting collegiate.                                 too conspicuous, he would give a small dissertation on        sorrows in James Taylor, who understood everything.
        His problem was that he didn't know how to treat                                    the similarities of the philosophical and ethical                Even less frequently, he would try to treat college
    college. When he treated it like college, he felt isolated                              problems raised in Sartre's No Exit and Camus' The                          (Continued on page 17)
     because everyone else seaned to be treating it like
    high school, if not elementary school. All over the
    campus, girls were trying to be Farrah Fawcett
    Majors; streaked hair, feather styling and lots of
    teeth. When several of than stood in a group, they
                                                                                            300 Lb. Fossil Uncovered In Prattsville                                      BY JOSEPH V. ROMANO
    looked like a display window at Ohrbach's minus the
    glass. Similarly, guys (or men as they're called in                                                                                                     The latest addition to the Adelphi paleontology
    college) would sit around drinking beer and talking                                                                                                   collection is currently on display in the lobby of the
    incessantly about the virtues of their automobiles.                                                                                                   Science Building. It is part of the fossilized remains of
                                                                                                                                                          a tree fern (Eospermatopteris) estimated at between
                                                                                                                                                          350 to 400 million years old. The fossfl, part of the trunk
                                                                                                                                                          of a plant which attained heights of up to 40 feet, was
                                                                                                                                                          found by Dr. Harold Roellig of the Earth Science
                                                                                                                                                          Department last September while on a field trip with
                                                                                                                                                          the New York State Geologic Association.

             TO KEEP                                                                                                                                        Dr. Roellig made the find in the Gilboa formation of
                                                                                                                                                          eastern New York, near Prattsville. This area was
                                                                                                                                                          once a forest similar to the Great Dismal Swamp of the
           THEIR SANITY                                                                                                                                   southeastern United States. The Devonian aged

              IN AN                                                                                                                                         The fern was recovered on
                                                                                                                                                          October 8 as part of a field trip
             INSANE WAR                                                                                                                                          by the Adelphi
              THEY HAD                                                                                                                                      Adelphi Paleontology class.
             TO BE CRAZY.                                                                                                                                 swamp was eventually Inundated by a continental sea
                                                                                                                                                          and buried under thick layers of sediment. This area
                                                                                                                                                          has produced many similar fossils in the early 1900's
                                                                                                                                                          when construction was begun for a state reservoir.
                                                                                                                                             \            Since that time however, few finds have been made.
                                                                                                                                                            Because of the fossQ's weight, nearly 300 pounds, Dr.
                                                                                                                                                          Roellig had all to do to roll it to a location more con-
                                                                                                                                                          ducive to later recovery. The fern was recovered on
                                                                                                                                                          October 8 as part of a field trip by the Adelphi
                                                                                                                                                          Paleontology class. The students lifted it with ropes
                                                                                                                                                          and slung-carried it for over a quarter-mile up a steep
                                                                                                                                                          incline to the van.
                                                                                                                                                            The fossil will remain on display in the Science
                                                                                             Dr. Harold Roellig, who found 400 million year old fossil.   I>obby for the remainder of this semester.

                                                                                               Altox Helps.  (Continued from page 9)                         When Josephs woke up the next morning she was
                                                                                               ma?' I said, 'Naaa, I'm not drinkin 1 too much.' I was     shaking. "I was scared," she said. "I started to feel
                                                                                               drinking mostly beer so I didn't think I was an            sorry for myself." She walked Into the bathroom, took
                                                                                               alcoholic," she said.                                      a razor blade and slashed her wrists. "I remember
                                                                                                 In August of 1975 Josephs' 21 year old son began         seeing blood all over," she said. Then, suddenly, her
                                                                                               working at night and she drank even more because she       sons were there with the police. They had been trying
                                                                                               didn't like being home alone at night. "I would wake up    to reach her on the phone and when there was no an-
                                                                                               every two hours and drink,*' Josephs said. One night       swer, they had decided to come over. "Tliey took me to
                                                                                               Fran Josephs had hallucinations. "I saw people who         the emergency room and that's how I got into Altox,"
                                                                                               weren't there," she said. "People were trying to break     she said. "And then it finally sunk in—I was an
                                                                                               In. They seemed so real." She called one of her sons,      alcoholic. I owe this hospital my life. When I got home I
                                                                                               who lived In Hlcksville, and he came over with the         told my daughtei^ln-law that I still had two cans of
           \bu may want to forget the war.                                                     police. The police realized that Josephs had been          beer In between the sheets of my bed She was so happy
               But you'll never forget...                                                     drinking but took no action.                                to pour out that beer."
                                                                                                 She stopped drinking after that and from September         Josephs' life began to Improve immediately once she
                                                                                              to January she was sober. Her middle son became             was home again. She painted her apartment, got a job.
                                                                                              engaged during this period and it was decided that the      "It's like being born again,'1 she said. "Before I
                                                                                              Queens Village house would be sold and Josephs would        weighed 105 pounds. I didn't care what I looked like.
                    :ii i ; : <! ^ r:t.: M \ ' ^ \ . u M \ ;-. M<\ i *• • r,..,- :, . ,.      move to I^evittown with her son and his bride-to-be. In     Now I do care. I go to the beauty parlor once a week. I
                   :\ \ i A-.;\W ,              s ; \\ ^| | v.i, .\\i mi \\ ^ * :• \ i \^
                     - \ v \ - V . v ' ; n \ i i . ; v : i i i K • :<.\i< -                   November she got a job and things seemed to go              take care of myself."
                       v\\ u is NU v:( \: > : '-.'\ \\ \i:v MAI                               smoothly for the next few months.                             Fran Josephs has been sober for 15 months. She
             it   \VMi\VM I I . -'\
                    A\MI<; MI *•<( . \\
                                                 M; K \ M N \ : x'
                                                     --:;^\i i • i 'i'                           Then, on New Year's Day, she drank a glass of            attends as many A. A. meetings as she can and lectures
                                                                                              champagne, figuring that she was cured. She wasn't.         at Altox. "If you would have told me two years ago to
                                                             RRESTRICTH)                      She picked up where she had left off In August—with         go to A.A., I would have said, 'You're crazy,1 " she
                                                                                              the shakes.                                                 said with a smile.
                                                                                               In February Josephs moved to I^evittown along with           Josephs has also traveled to Florida and California
                               NOW PLAYING                                                   her son and daughter-in-law. She was drinking heavily        by air. "I had never even been on a plane before," she
         ONTHEWESTSIDE                          ON LONG ISLAND                               by then, walking around with a bottle of cream sherry        said. She was "Making Amends" to her aunt in
         LOEWS STATE 2                           LOEWS QUAD                                  and "having a few here, a few there." Her disease            Florida. "Making amends" is an A.A. ritual which
         B'way at 45th St.                       At Nassau Mall •                                                                                         means that the alcoholic makes up with a person he or
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                                                                                             grew progressively worse and by July she was
                                                 Levittown (516) 731-5400                    drinking two cans of beer In the morning to stop the         she has hurt while drunk. Josephs used to hurt her aunt
         ON THE EASTSIDE                        IN NEW JERSEY
                                                                                             shakes. "Once I had the two beers I was fine/' she           deeply while she was drinking by calling her up and
         LOEWS ORPHEUM                           G E N E R A L CINEMA'S
                                                                                             said.                                                        asking: "Why did you leave me?"
         86th St. & 3rd Ave.                     WOODBRIDGE                                    One night Fran Josephs' son came up to her room              Josephs is also making amends to her children. "I
         289-4607                                Routfl 1 & St. George Ave.                  and found 12 empty beer cans. "I was a quiet drinker,"       couldn't have asked for better children and my
         NEW BAY CINEMA                          Woodbridge(201) 636-4474                    she said. "I used to sit In my little room and drink. I      amendment for them and me is not to pick up another
         2nd Ave. at 32nd St.                   UACINEMA46                                   never went in bars. My son wanted to do something            drink," Josephs said. Then she looked at the scar on
         679-0160                               Route 46                                     about my drinking. I told him, Tin not hurting               her left wrist and tried to move her partially damaged
                                                Totowa(201) 256-5424                         anybody, it's my life/ " In an attempt to stop his           fingers. "I tried to kill myself," she said, "but I was
                                                                                             mother's drinking, he took away her money and beer.          lucky. All I did was ruin my fingers."
                                                                                THE DELPHIAN                                                                      February 15,1978

Feedback Fuels Fire In Newspapers
               BY JOSEPH V.ROMANO                                is a collection of works by faculty here at Adelphi. You       student who has written a term paper knows that
   Feedback is one of the most Important mechanisms              can be sure that those people derive some sense of             besides getting a mark on top of the page, comments
in society to let a person know where he stands. The             satisfaction from being published in the first place,          about what is poor and what is good in the paper are
validity of this statement is bestseen when it is applied        and even more from knowing their creation was ac-              desired. How would you like getting back a major term
to those people who use their minds and hands to                 cepted enough to be displayed. The greater satisfac-           paper without comments on it and without a mark?
create. It may be an overgenerallzation to say that              tion, however, comes when these works are com-                 You could never be sure if it was used to establish your
everyone who creates anything needs encouragement,               mented on.                                                     final mark, graded, or even read. That dead silence
but that is not far from the truth. People who make                Letters-tothe Editor columns are the most vital              and puzzlement is what writers go through after a long
things where there was nothing before do not                     part of any publication since it is here that the public       enough period of time.
necessarily need the encouragement to create in the              can speak out. This holds for magazines, major
first place, but rather to know that what has been                                                                                This is America—remember? Mom's apple pie,
                                                                 newspapers, even our own DELPHIAN'. Here is the
created is either accepted or rejected. This all may                                                                            baseball, hot dogs, Charlie's Angels, freedom of
                                                                 place for the readers to say what they like and what
sound confusing, but really it gets down to one basic                                                                           speech. Voice your opinion, express yourself and be
                                                                 they dislike, and for the writers to get feedback to           heard—not just for the benefit of the writers and
point.                                                           know how their point of vie w is coming across.
                                                                                                                                authors but for your own benefit as well.
  We don't often get the chance to tell an architect              All too often, letters to the editor contain only
what we think of his building, or an engineer what we           criticisms—people complaining if something is wrong              The DELPHIAN is a student newspaper. We want to
think of his bridge. We do however have the op-                 or objecting to what they do not like. There is nothing        make it the best it can possibly be for you. Help us; let
portunity to tell a writer that we think of his creation—       wrong with this, provided we keep in mind that there is        us know what you like and what you do not like. Do not
his writings.                                                   a flip side to the song. Letters can and should also           just read the paper and then use it for housebreaking
                                                                express acceptance if something written is well stated         your dog. How about some reviews, critiques,
  Anyone who has ever published appreciates what it             or makes a good point.                                         laughter, boos, vegetables at 50 feet—something,
is like to get feedback. They welcome critiques and                                                                            ANYTHING! Constructive criticism is never bad. We
comments from the people who have read what they                  The worst that can happen to a writer is when he gets        welcome feedback.
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          C O N T A C T S . V O U ' R E B E T T E R W I T H C O N T A C T S • V O u HE G C T T t S W I T H

                      WHY WEAR
                     EYE GLASSES!
                                                                                                                (Continued from page 7)                    Diane,                                         To our Sweetheart and all
                                                                                                                                                             Thanks          for    everything!           our lovely ZEBettes.
                                                                                                             Martin.                                                                     Love,              Happy Valentine's Dav.
                                                                                                                I can't wan — April is too                                                Jack                                 Love.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The Brothers of
                                                                                                             you on Valentine's Day.
                                                                                                                                                           Kuklos.                                                  Zeta Beta Epsilon
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                   Invites You To Come Party With
                                                                                         Special Prize
              THE GOOD RATS                                                              In addition to prizes awarded
                                         Plus Comedian                                      at Marathon any couple
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                                                                                          receive an added prize of a
                                    MARCH 10th
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                                                                                           Feelings Move You to
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           The Best of the Rest of February
                           Wed. 1/15                  Film: "Pink Panther Strikes Again." University Rooms. 7 P.M. Free.

                           Wed. 2/15                  Coffeehouse: Wood Dancer — 2-man guitarist team playing original folk-music
                                                      highlighted by exquisite guitar work and vocal harmonies. University Rooms. 9
                                                      P.M. Free.

                                  Sun. 2/19           Dance Marathon: Whiskey Reds Night for Leukemia.

                           Tues. 2/21                 Dance Marathon: Wine Shack Night for Leukemia.

                         Wed. 2/22                    Films: Humphrey Bogart Night. "Caine Mutiny" at 7 P.M., "Maltese Falcon" at
                                                      9 P.M. University Rooms. Free.

                    Thurs. 2/23                       Coffeehouse: Campus Spotlight. Room 313. 8:15 P.M. Free coffee and cookies.
                                                      What's Happenin': Ice Skating Party. Racquet & Rink in Farmingdale. 9 to 11
                              Sat. 2/25               P.M. Private session. Transportation available.

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                                                      10 A.M.-9:30 P.M.

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I    February 15,1978                                                                                       TIIK DELPHIAN                                                                                                   Page Nineteen

      Wood Dancer; A Blend of Acoustic Artistry
             BYLIZHARVKY                           on the rise. It is a very popular
        A    "musical       fireworks              and much desired group which is
     phenomenon" will be blasting off              now recording its music with the
     on Wednesday evening, February                help of David Darling, the well
     15 at 9 P.M. in the University                known celhst of the Paul Winter
     Center. The Coffeehouse Com-                  Consort. Albui and Kleinknecht
     mittee of the Student Activities              are scheduled for a major album
     Hoard is presenting this exciting             release and are now planning
     and appealing act. which is called            their f i n a l n a t i o n a l t o u r to
     Wood Dancer.                                  promote it.
       Wood Dancer is composed of                    The charismatic duo of Wood
     two t a l e n t e d and creative              Dancer has spread both its
     musicians whose styles com-                   professionalism arid its acoustic
     plement each other and blend                  artistry all over the United
     together          smoothly.  The              States. They have given suc-
     magnificent strumming of Craig                cessful concerts at colleges and
     Albm's lead guitar LS subtly                  clubs from Maine to Illinois.
     hypnolixing. Kuss Kleinknecht's               K l e i n k n e c h t a n d A l b m have
     intricate finger picking is more              received o v e r w h e l m i n g ap-
                                                   plause, requests for encores and
                                                   return engagements, and praise
     . . . the performance                         for their captivating Coffeehouse
         is breathtaking.
                                                     The musical miracle found in
                                                   Wood Dancer can best be ex-
    than just complex; it LS a                     pressed by the following quote:
    c h o r e o g r a p h y on n i s n u i t a r   Wood Dancer's music is superb!
    strings. When tin-so t w c da/y.ling           They are the introspective rhy-
    personal stylos fuse on stage, the             thm of a special journey whose
    resultmu              performance         is   mission LS to t u n e e v e r y o n o i n 1 As           Craig Albin's hypnotizing lead guitar backed up by the intricate finger pick work of Kuss
    breathtaking.                                  m u s i c i a n s t h e y are e x c e l l e n t ,        Kleinknecht.
       During their vocal harmonies,               with a style so smooth and
    KleinkJH-chl and Albin have the
    gen I KM u?ss of the group America
    ;uidSeals and Crofts, and at other
    m o m e n t s , the r o c k i n g folk
                                                   flowing it appears to be music in
                                                   step with a celestial Unung.
                                                   Audience and performer rapport
                                                                                                       Theatre Company Returns
                                                   uas a m a / i n g ; they are en-                          BY l)W A Y N K COTTON                    tion, Wole Soy ink a's The Strung                tracurricular activity. "I believe
    melodies of Crnsln, Stills. Nasli                                                                       The Third World Repertory                 Breed, to the South African                      111 a I minority people arc very
    and Young. Along with Wood                                                                          Company LS back and with a                    professor.            Mr.       Kdwards'         s u r v i v a l - o r i e n t e d and that a
    Dancer's incomparable abilities                 I f \ m i ' r e i n t e r e s t e d in a            bright new outlook. The company               theatrical b a c k g r o u n d also i n -        major in theatre LS unrealistic for
    w i t h t h e i r v o i c e s a n d their      musical -July -lib celebration in                    was formed in 1972 under the                  cludes work with the Black Ar-                   minority students because of tills.
    guitars come onguial and in-                   February, come to U n i v e r s i t y                directorship of Zakiah H Hakim                tist's ( i r o u p , A l v i n M a j o r         We choose more practical
    telligent songs.                               Room 201 tonight at 9 P.M. for                       The company performed capably                 Messenger Knsemble. American                     majors. P a r t i c i p a n t s in the
       Wood Daneer is a bright band                Wood Dancer.                                         but only intermittently under Ms.             'Hi eat re Company of Kurope and                 c o m p a n y can appease their
                                                                                                        Hakim. From its inception to fafl             the Brwad and Puppet Theatre                     appetites for artistic involvement
                                                                                                        1976 T a b e r n a c l e , a m a j o r        Company.                                         without an academic or career
                                                                                                        production, and a few one-act                    The company is comprised of                   c o m m i t m e n t Those w h o h a v e
                                                                                                        plays were the company's only                 approximately 25 black and Latin                 little or no theatrical or dramatic-
                              Wednesday. February K                                                     e f f o r t s . A c c o r d i n g to new     students. Since M r . K d w a r d s               experience can a c q u i r e useful
                                                                                                        director dreg Kdwards the future              assumed the directorship in fall                 tools not only in drama technique
       "Kmmanuelle." Showings at 7 and 9 P.M. Admission                                                                                                                                                but also in self-awareness and
                                                                                                        promises more.                                1976, it has been visible and
    is free w i t h Adelphi I.D. The movie is rated X and will be                                           Mr. Kdwards, also associate              distinctly successful. Kdwards-                  self-expression."
    shown in the I'niversitv Room.
                                *•                                                                      director of the African American             directed performances to date                        The company also caters to
                                                                                                        Studies P r o g r a m , spoke con-            include Douglas Turner Ward's                    those with professional theatrical
                            Wednesday and Thursday,                                                                                                                                                   aspirations. Judy Burke, a 1977
                                                                                                        fidently about that f u t u r e "The          "Happy Ending" at Die 1976
                               February H and !>                                                       rompany intends to stage a                    Kwanza Festival, a performance                    graduate and former company
       Slory Players. 7:30 and 9 P.M. each night at the                                                couple of one-act plays in April              in conjunction with the Black                     member, has p e r f o r m e d in
    Olmsted Theatre (Stairwell Stage). Free, but reser-                                                and the usual Black Drama                     Drama Workshop in a Malcolm X                     I-orraineHansberry's A Raisin In
    vations are required call 294-8700, K x t . 7W7. An in-                                            Workshop production near the                  commemoration, a performance                      the Sun at N ('.('.. and in
    n o v a t i v e program of excerpts from poems, stories and                                        end of the semester. However,                 in the AFAMS Symposium 1977                       Washington, D.C. Handy Harris,
    plays, focused on one major theme and presented using                                              my ultimate goal LS to stage a                and the performance at the 1977                  also of the class of 77, is working
                                                                                                       full-length production next year              Kwanza celebration. W i t h the                  towards a career as a singer and
    a minimum of seLs and props. Produced by Nancy                                                                                                   e x c e p t i o n of " H a p p y K n d i n g "   producer.
                                                                                                       with an integrated cast; either a
    Miller and performed by theatre students.                                                          popular musical or a play, my                 and a few other one act plays, the                  On February 18 and 19 the
                               Thursday. February 9                                                    p r i m a r y choice is Theodre               p e r f o r m a n c e s done in con-             company w i l l p e r f o r m Wole
                                                                                                       Ward's Our I*an\ a play set                   junction w i t h the Black Drama                 Soyinka's "The Strong Breed" at
      Coffeehouse presents Wood Dancer, a unique guitar                                                during the reconstruction era in              Workshop i a three credit course)                the Olmsted Theatre; admission
    experience. Begins at H P.M. in the University Room.                                               G e o r g i a . Mr. K d w a r d s even        are original works. For the most                 will be free. The players have
    Admission is free.                                                                                 intends to lake his troupe outside            part, the company members                        been busily rehearsing since
                                                                                                       of the Adelphi campus. "The                   decide what they will eventually                 J a n u a r y 17. All i n f o r m a t i o n
                                Sunday, February 12                                                    company is a unique and much                                                                    :oncvrnuig the performance will
      Mid-year Commencement. 2 P.M. in Woodruff Hall.                                                  needed outlet for the creative                   Mr. Kdwards views the com-                    lxi posted throughout the area
      "Professors in Performance." :i P.M. in the Olmsted                                              talents of black people in the                pany as a needed alternative for                 and also can be picked up at
    Theatre Free - no reservations needed. A program of                                                I *>ng Island area. We are seeking            minority students interested in                  African-American Studies, Room
    music and poetry composed and performed by faculty                                                 to establish a viable black arts              t h e a t r e only         as an ex-             i:«) ul Harvey H a l l .
    members.                                                                                           ensemble to include theatre and
                                                                                                       dance t o p e r f o r m t h r o u g h o u t
                                Monday, February i:t                                                   IxMig Island We intend to utilize,                The Arts Staff of the Delphian
                                through February 24                                                    essentially, churches, schools,
      Sculpture by Stanley Jeter. First Floor Gallery,                                                 and             community           centers         is looking for new writers.
                                                                                                       wherever they may be available.
    University Center. Hours: 11 A . M . to 7 P.M., Monday                                                Mr. Kdwards holds an MA.
    through Thursday; 11A.M.toSP.M., Friday. Free.                                                     from Washington University and
                                                                                                                                                           Anyone interested should
                               Tuesday, February 14                                                    has exteasive experience in the
      Valentine's Day Coffeehouse. Cheese, potato chips                                                arts. He received most of his                    leave name and phone number
                                                                                                       training under the tutelage of Dr.
    and pretzels along with wine and beer will be available.                                           Muthal Naidoo. Mr. Edwards                               in the Delphian's
    Begins at 8 P.M. in Room 201. Admission is free but                                                studied under Dr. Naidoo from
    reservations will be accepted by calling 746-1368 or ext.
                                                                                                       1968 to 1974 and has dedicated the
                                                                                                       company's next major produc-
                                                                                                                                                        Arts Editor Mailbox. (U.C. 307)
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                                                      March 10 - 12
                                                    Mt. Snow, Vermont
                                   Hotel and Meals                                                                                                       Rentals and Lessons
                               I// Transportation                                                                                                        Parties and more! |
                                                                                ONLY                                                                                              I;   -
                 OPEN TO ALL ADELPHI STUDENTS                                                                                                                                     f
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              Look for Ticket Sales in the University Center Lobby
                            Sponsored by the Junior & Senior Class Govt.

                        Senior Class Government

                      All Are Welcome, Seniors Expected!

                       1:00 Friday, Rm. 214

                       Senior Dinner, Ski Trip Will Be Discussed
February 15,1D78                                                                             THE DELPHIAN                                                                     Page Twenty-One

  The Amorous Flea; A Musical Twist
     BY JACK PICCININNI                   this sweet and beautiful girl,                the young naive type. She has         that a girl of her character        formances given by Jelly, and
   Comedy takes a musical twist           whom he has waited for to grow                mastered her role, perhaps the        would. The feeling she puts into    the one he gives here lives up to
 at the Arena Players Theatre             up. Agnes, played by Kathy                    best I think, and does a suc-         the performance shows, and          my expectations.
 this month as they present a             Kelly, is very easy to Imagine as             cessful job of doing all things       that, combined with a lovely and      After Agnes and Horace agree
 delightful Production called The                                                                                             high ranging voice, deepens this    they're definitely In love, they
 Amorous Flea.                                                                                                                theatrical experience greatly.      decide to become married.
    The play takes place In Paris                                                                                               When Horace arrives on the        Horace makes a daring rescue
  where an aging man, Arnolphe,                                                                                               scene, played by David Shapiro,     by ladder, takes Agnes, and they
  tries to secure a wife for himself.                                                                                         things take a turn for the craze    are later married.
  He has known this particular girl                                                                                           and disorder errupts. The scenes      The ending of this play is
  since she was four years old and                                                                                            change constantly from Agnes        particularly amusing and once
  has raised her ever since then.                                                                                             and Arnolphe together to Agnes      again Joel Harvey has done an
  As she grows up, she becomes                                                                                                and Horace together. Arnolphe's     excellent job of directing the
  more beautiful, and Arnolphe                                                                                                own lack of intelligence permits    performance. Anne Phillips
  teaches her how to be innocent                                                                                              Horace to enter Agnes' room one     should be congratulated on her
  and naive. One day a handsome                                                                                               night, sleep there, and leave the   fine musical organization, as
  young man arrives near the                                                                                                  next morning, without being         well as all other cast members
  castle where Arnolphe keeps her                                                                                             noticed by anyone.                  and assistants.
  hidden and sees the beautiful
  Agnes. From here on, Arnolphe                                                                                                 Meanwhile, to tie the whole         The Arena Players Repertory
  encounters quite bizarre ex-                                                                                                play together, the two servants,    Company of Ix>ng Island is
  periences while trying to keep                                                                                              Alain and Georgette (Tony Jelly     located at 296 Route 109 in
  the two apart.                                                                                                              and Carol Kubiak), are con-         Farmingdale (just north of
                                                                                                                              stantly switching sides and         Southern State Parkway), on the
    As the lights dimmed at the                                                                                               messing everyone's plans up. I      east side of the road, in a small
 beginning of the play, a different                                                                                           always have liked the per-
 but rather interesting music was                                                                                                                                 line of stores.
 played in the small theatre.
 Instead of the musical ac-
companiement coming from the
 speakers, it came from a pianist
 and a flutist, both of whom
 played        extremely        well                                                                                                         A SPECIAL SPRING LIST OF
 throughout the performance.                                                                                                                 SOME BROADWAY PLAYS:
 They added the proper touches to
 many scenes, as well as the                                                                                                  Shubert Theatre: 225 West 44th Street, N.Y.C.
 interludes between scenes.                                                                                                       A Chorus Line. Winner of 9 Tony Awards. Monday
    Arnolphe comes on the first act                                                                                               thru Saturday at 8 P.M. Matinees Wednesday and
 and we see him as an aging man,
 probably in his 50's. He is talking                                                                                              Saturday at 2 P.M. Tickets available by calling (212)
to a friend of his about Agnes;                                                                                                   24G-5990 or Ticketroa
totally innocent, ignorant, and he
says, "she likes it too."                                                                                                     Alvin Theatre: 250 West 52nd Street, N.Y.C.
   Eddie Lane , the person                                                                                                        Annie, a new musical. Tuesday thru Friday at 8
playing Arnolphe, does a good                                                                                                     P.M., Saturday matinee at 2 P.M. and Sunday
job of portraying a man at-                                                                                                       matinee at 3 P.M. Tickets available by calling (212)
tempting to catch a dream. The            David Shapiro and Kathy Kelly, together at last, in "The Amorous
dream, of course, is to marry             Flea."                                                                                  239-7177 or Ticketroa
                                                                                                                              Helen Hayes Theatre: West 46th Street, N.Y.C.
   Stylistics Workshop Created                                                                                                    A Touch of the Poet, by Eugene O'Neill. Monday thru
                                                                                                                                  Saturday at 7:30 P.M., matinees Wednesday and
      BY PHILIP POTAK                    Things Happen While You're                     romantic and conjugal love ( 9 )
   The Theatre Department at             S c h l u f f l n g .            Per-          under both passionate and comic           Saturday at 2 P.M. For tickets call (212) 246-6380.
Adelphi        announces       two       forrnances will be held Friday,                lights. Four of the six characters
productions this week. On                February 17, and Saturday,                     are in love (needless to say—not      Winter Garden Theatre: 1634 Broadway at 50th Street,
Wednesday, February 15at 7 and           February 18, at 8 and 10 pjn. at               all of them happily.)                   N.Y.C.
9 p.m. in the Olmstcd Theatre, a         the Ruth Harley University                                                              Beatlemania. Shows at 7 P.M. on Wednesday thru
new workshop, to be known as the                                                          Written in 1894, the play is best
                                         (Center Cafeteria.
Stylistics Workshop will present            Directed by Professor Marie
                                                                                        known in America for the famous          Saturday. Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
                                                                                        revival of the 30's starring one of      matinees at 2 P.M. Tickets available by calling (212)
its initial offering, a cutting of       Don net, Candida is a bout a young             the first ladies of the American         245-4878 or Ticketron.
George B e r n a r d Shaw's, Can-        poet who falls in love with a                  Theatre,       the      glamorous
dida. The other production is the        b e a u t i f u l older w o m a n , ( b u t    Katherine Cornell. Playing op-
first cabaret of the spring              w a i t ) , the wife of a minister.                                                  Imperial Theatre: 45th Street, west of Broadway,
                                                                                        posite Miss Cornell was a young
semester. Sweet Dreams or Nice           Shaw takes a close look at                     Marlon Brando in the role of the        N.Y.C.
                                                                                        young poet Marchbanks.                   Chapter Two, by Neil Simon. Monday thru Thurs-
 MEDICAL SCHOOL?                          NEED HELP GETTING IN?
                                             WE GET RESULTS                               "Sweet Dreams or Nice Tilings          days at 8 P.M. and Saturday matinee at 2 P.M.
                   MCAT Preparation                                                     Happen While Y o u ' r e Schluf-         Tickets available by calling (212) 265-4311 or
                   FREE PRIVATE HELP                                                    fing," student directed by Kathy         Ticketron.
           Complete Medical School Application Service                                  Smith, is the first cabaret of the
     Low Cost • Complete Tapes                                                          spring semester (or Ls it 9 ). For
  Small Class Size • Simulated Exam                                                     those of you who have sent            Martin Beck Theatre: 302 West 45th Street, N.Y.C.
   Prepare now for April IS Exam                                                       curiositygrams, asking what this          Frank Langella in Dracula. Performances at 8 P.M.
 Orshan Educational Services                                                           cabaretwill be a bout, onceagain,         on Tuesdays thru Fridays, matinees on Wednesdays
 581 Meryl Drive                                                                       we shrug our shoulders, our               and Saturdays at 2 P.M. and on Sundays at 3 P.M.
 Westbury, N.Y. 11590                                        ,                         eyebrows go up, we look around
                                                 n   orv
                                                 Over 25 Year $                        at each other and finally someone
                                                                                                                                 Tickets available by calling (212) 246-6363 or
   CALL: 516-333-5035
                                                                                       says, "I dunno, whatdoyou want            Ticketron.
              Easy Accessibility to Queens, Nassau & Suffolk
                                                                                       to do? 1 * "I don't know, what do
                                                                                       you want to do?" "Maybe we can         Morosco Theatre: 217 West 45th Street, N.Y.C.
                                                                                       do it about something topical, like
                                                                                                                                 Golda, with Anne Bancroft. Tuesday thru Saturday
 Photocopies On IBM Machine                                                            siow; The love-hate relationship
                                                                                       we all have with it How we hate           evenings at 8, Sunday matinee at 3 P.M. Tickets are
                                                                                       to shovel our driveway and                available by calling (212) 246-6230.
                         6 A Copy                                                      weighing thn other side, after a
                                                                                       siow storm, how we sit back and        Majestic Theatre: 247 West 44th Street, N.Y.C.
                                                                                       marvel at its beauty." "Hmm-
                                                                                       m ... no, we need romance and
                                                                                                                                 The Act, starring Liza Minnelli. Performances are at
 10% Discount On All Printing                                                          besides this is a low budget              8 P.M. on Mondays thru Saturdays, matinees at 2
                                                                                       production..."                            P.M. on Wednesdays and Saturdays. For ticket in-
    for students w/ID card                                                                Anyway, if you would like to
                                                                                                                                 formation call (212)246-0730 or Ticketron.
                                                                                        see what the cast and crew come
                                                                                        up with, join us. Remember, beer

           Postal Instant Press                                                         and wine are available.
                                                                                          Admission for both productions
                                                                                        is free. However, reservations
                                                                                                                               Graduate student looking for people to interview who as a child
                                                                                                                               lost a parent because the parent chose to kill themselves. This Is
                                                                                                                               for a small exploratory study, which also has personal
             366 Fulton Ave., Hempstead, N.Y. 11550                                    .are required. For reservations         significance for me. If you would like to share your experience,
                                      489-6667                                          and more information please caD        call me at 516-799-3884. -Margie Cachla
                                                                                        Ext. 7637.
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    Adelphi Track and Field Results 1978
                                    Milrose Games January 27 at
                                        Madision Square Garden
                                    1st place win In the 1-mile relay
                                        Bill Phillips
                                        Mark Smith
                                        Ramon Severino
                                       Jon Williams

                                           Photos by
                                         Pat Ingrassia                                                             Tracksters take a time out,
It looks as though this Panther
trackman has won!
                                                                                                                 A.A.U. Senior Mete - Jan. 11
1st place winners against West                                                                                   1st place winners
    Point and F.D.U. on January 1                                                                                    Randy Clark-CO high hurdles
    7th                              Winners in a meet with U. of
                                        (nun., Manhattan, and                                                        Steve McBride -60 yd. dash
Kevin Price GOO 1.11:9                                                                                               Bill Phillips--mile run
Steve McBncie 440 49.4                  Boston College • Jan. 29
                                    Run Clarke—2nd place—W 'yd.                                                      Jon Williams-1,000 run
Bill Phillips—U2:0--mile                                                                                             Harcourt Wason —GOO run
Distance Medley Relay                  dash (i.4
                                    Steve McBride- -1st place—440 -                                              Sprint Medley Relay
    Mark Smith
                                       49.7                                                                          Kevin Price
    Arnold Sobers
                                    Kevin Price —1st p l a c e - 6 0 0 -                                             Maurice Van Johnson
    Ramon .Severino
                                                                                                                     Robert Gregory
   Bill Phillips                       1.11:3
                                                                                                                    Arnold Sobers
Mile                                Jon Williams-2nd place-880 -
   Handy Clark                         1.51:9                                                                    Mile Relay
                                    Ramon Severino -2nd place-                                                      Randy Clark
   Steve McBride
   Harcourt Wason                                                                                                   Dennis Collision
                                       1,000 - 2.13:3
   Kevin Price                                                                                                      Kevin E->rice
                                    Meet Score :
                                                                                                                    Steven Price
                                       U. of Conn.                 53
                                                                                                                 Two Mile Relay
                                       A.U.                        494
                                                                                                                    John Serrano
                                       Manhattan                   421
                                                                                                                    Mark Smith
                                       B.C.                        29
                                                                                                                    Ramon Severino
                                                                                                                    Jon Williams

                                    A.A.U. Junior Mete - Jan. 4
                                    1st place win tiers
                                    Glen Stanford—long jump
                                    Bill Phillips-mile
                                        Glen Stanford—long jump
                                        Bill Phillips-mile
                                        Jon Williams-1000                                                        Upcoming Meets:
                                        Ron Clarke—60 yd. dash                                                   Mon., Feb. 2 0 — M e t r o p o l i t a n
                                    Mile relay                                                                       I.C.'s—Princeton University
                                        Maurice Van Johnson                                                      Fri., Feb. 24-National A.A.U.
                                        Cliff Schultz                                                               Champioaships—Madison
                                        Roberto Cooper                                                              Square Garden
                          \            Harcourt Wason

      Time out for a photo!                                                          Kevin Price                                                                           Steve McBride

  We are looking for a dependable person who commutes daily
                                                                           Women...                                                 Our 8th Year • Now at 2 Locations
                                                                                                                                   Beaver College and Cornell University
                                                                               (Continued from page 23)
  from the Huntlngton area to the Adelphi, Garden City campus.
  Please call 271-9683 Graphic Artistry.                                   of the second half. Within the next
                                                                           two minutes Hofctra was able to
                                                                                                                                APPROVED BY THE AMERICAN MONTESSORI SOCIETY
                                                                           come back to within two points,                      Sunimer Academic P'ogram itQir. June 28 to AUQJS! 16. 1970. (o
                                                                                                                                be flowed DV a 'I'ne nonih .niemsh-^ AERCO i!r>aca Program
                                                                           42-40. Nadine Reid, Brennan.and                              fl or- tie cam^s d Cc'ne'i unversiiy and AfRCC Phi'a
                                                                           IJnda Frisby all scored to move                               coiJucieC 0" (he campus o' 9eavef College Fo.-
                                                                           A.U. back up by eight points. At                             on and &fOC h u'C- C3-' 0' wfi!C 'eg'S!'3'
                                                                           one stretch during the last 5:30 of                  AERCO Montotsorl Teacher Training Program
                                                                           the game, A.U. outscoredHofetra                      Ms Ca'Ol Korngoid. 25 RoxCury Road. Scarsdaie NY 10583

        CERTIFICATE YOGA                                                   11-3 to ensure the victory. The
                                                                           final score was 71-56, and Adelphi
                                                                                                                                Phone (914)4 72-0038 or (215)AD3-0141 -42

                                                                           had now won three of their last
                                                                           four games.                                         ROSLYN-FLOWER HILL CHAPTER
         COURSE IN INDIA                                                      The game was played intensely
                                                                           by both teams and throughout                             WOMEN'S AMERICAN O.R.T.
                                                                           there was much contact and two
                                                                           near fights. The officials did a                                           presents
  One-month course (also Homeopathy/Herbology
  if Interested). Starting from May to August
                                                                           fine Job in keeping the game in                     "An Evening Of Solid Gold "
                                                                           hand. During the game, 49 fouls
  under the tutelage of Swamis and Doctors. It is                          were called—29 on Adelphi.                                                 Starring
  of practical nature and can help to overcome                             Ginny Kelly scored 18 points,           THE DRIFTERS                THE EARLS
                                                                           Reid was consistent with 17             THE FLAMINGOS             THE REGENTS
  common ailments, e.g., nervousness, over-                                points and 13 rebounds. Judy                         THE ELEGANTS
  weight, headaches, etc. Twelve C.E. Units from                           Kelly played well on both ends of
  Montclair State College In N.J., college credits                         the floor and handed out eight                           March 4, 1978 at 8: 30 P.M.
  also possible.                                                           assists to her teammates.                                 Tickets $7.50 or $6.50
                                                                                                                                             at       Calderone Theater
                   Write: Mr. Thapar, M.S.                                                                                     Franklin Avenue, Hempsiead. N.Y.
                     256 Mill Rd,, Apt. 4N                                  Teachers at all levels. Foreign
                                                                            and Domestic Teachers, Box              Tickets available through Tlcketron. Or send a check and self-
                  Staten Island, N.Y. 10306                                 1063, Vancouver, Wash., 98660.          addressed envelope to: Women's American O.R.T. , P.O. Box 64,
           or call: (212) 979-6669 (evenings only)                                                                  Albertsou, N.Y. 11607, or for further Information, call: 627-3742 or
 February 15,1978                                                                     THE DELPHIAN                                                                    Page Twenty-Three

 Adelphi Women Cagers Play .500Basketba
       BY LORRAINE BARKER                                                                                                                                   held in the half was the 16 point
   On the Panther women's                                                                                                                                   difference at the buzzer. The
 basketball schedule, St. John's                                                                                                                            score was 49-33.
 and Queens are the most highly                                                                                                                               In the second half, the point
 rated opponents. Queens is a                                                                                                                               spread reached 27 (65-38) when
 nationally ranked team and St.                                                                                                                             Reid assisted Barbara Mc-
 John's is aiming for national                                                                                                                              Connick with 9:09 left to play. St.
 recognition. Last year when                                                                                                                                Francis steadily cut into the lead
 Adelphi played St. John's, the                                                                                                                             in the last minutes of the game.
 game was decided early in St.                                                                                                                              But the 10 point deficit at the final
 John's favor.                                                                                                                                              buzxer was as close as they could
   On Saturday, Jan. 21, at                                                                                                                                 get as Adelphi got back on the
 Alumni Hall, the A.U. women                                                                                                                                winning track, 73-63.
 played St. John's for the first                                                                                                                              Four players finished in double
 time this year. Though Adelphi                                                                                                                             figures. Reid led the balanced
 lost the game, 72r54, it was much                                                                                                                          attack with 16 points, followed by
 closer than the final score in-                                                                                                                            Brennan ( 1 3 ) , Frisby (11), and
 dicated.                                                                                                                                                   Gmny Kelly (10).
         Early Adelphi Lead                                                                                                                                       Adelphi 71, Lehman 63
   Adelphi jumped out to a six                                                                                                                                Two days later on Dec. 21,
 point lead, 104, forcing SL John's                                                                                                                         Adelphi faced Lehman College in
 to call a time out to regroup.                                                                                                                             another home game. Adelphi
 Following this the two teams                                                                                                                               jumped to a 14 point lead while
 played evenly, matching basket                                                                                                                             holding Lehman scoreless for the
 for basket, and at halftime the                                                                                                                            first 7:30 of the game. The only
score was tied at 32-all. Accurate                                                                                                                          phase of the ga me Lehman
shooting was the key for Adelphi                                               The 1978 Women's Basketball Team,                                            proved adequate at this time was
as they hit on 66 percent of their                                                                                                                          in committing fouls, as Adelphi
shots as compared to 38 percent         put A.U. ahead 4341 with 14:10          54, St. John's. The game was          and even managed to pull ahead,       went into the bonus situation with
 for St. John's. Linda Frisby            left to play.                          decided in the last eight minutes     11-10, with six minutes gone in the   11:30 left in the half. Lehman
scored 15 first half points to lead               A.U. in theGame               when Adelphi was outscored 23-4.      game.                                 almost committed more fouls
A.U.                                                 All the Way                Frisby had a game high 23 points         Mary Mackey and Diane              than their number of points
   The second half kept everyone           Following a St. John's time out,     and Reid had 15 points and 12         Pasatieri were largely respon-        .scored in these opening minutes.
on the edges of their seats. St.        there were six lead changes or          rebounds.                             sible for putting Adelphi back in     Ijehman did draw to within three
John's took the lead first and          tied scores until with 11:05 to go        The women will play St. John's      front again by six points, 19-13,     points, 17-14, with 6:40
managed to hold a slim lead             St. John's took a three point lead,     again on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at 6      with 10:25 to go in the half. Linda   remaining. However. the
through the first six minutes of        4946. Reid kept A.U. within three       P.M. in Woodruff Hall.                Frisby managed a layup and            teamwork of Nadine Reid, Linda
the game. Nadine Reid and Josie         when she hit on both ends of a one          To Bring You U p to Date          Judy Kelly hit on two successive      Frisby. Judy Kelly, Tricia
Martin combined to score A.U.'s         and one with 7:54 to go in the            The women's basketball team         long outside shots and with 6:56      Brennan and Ginny Kelly
first 12 points. They were sup-         game. It wasn't until 2:28 was left     played four games over the            left in the half Adelphi had an       prevented        Lehman      from
ported by the assists, rebounding,      in the game that Ginny Kelly            semester break. They emerged         eight point lead.                      sustaining any momentum, and
and hustle of Judy and Ginny            .scored the next points for                                                     At this point. Tech called a time   the Adelphi women built their
                                                                                victorious in two of the contests.
Kelly and Frisby.                       Adelphi. By this time the women                                              out and it was the beginning of        laid to 11 points, 34-23, at half-
                                                                                The games evened the women's
   Frisby tapped a jump ball to         had been outscored 12-0, and                                                 the end for A.U. Adelphi was           lime.
                                        were down by 16, 68-52. Frisby          record at four wins and four
Milrtin who drove for the basket                                                losses prior to their game with      outscored 1-02, mainly on fast            In the second half, Lehman
and was fouled. Martin's two foul       stole the ball and drove for a                                               break layups, and with 2:52 left       drew no closer than six points.
                                        layup for Aclelphi's last points of     Hufstra University. A summary
shots tied the game at 41. Reid                                                 of the games follows:                the score was tied at 28-aIl. The      Adelphi was in control of the
then scored again on a lay up to        the game. The final score was 72-                                            quick Tech guards scored at will       game throughout, and for most of
                                                                                      A Tough Tech Loss,             off their fast break. Tech had         the half led by over 12points. The
                                                                                            73-65                    control of the game and the lead,      final score was 71-63. Brennan,
Spring Recreation Schedule                                                     On Thursday, December 15,
                                                                             A.U. met N.Y. Tech at Tech. In
                                                                             the opening minutes, Adelphi
                                                                                                                     38-34, at halftime. Adelphi was
                                                                                                                     guilty of 22 first half turnovers.
                                                                                                                                                            who is steadily improving with
                                                                                                                                                            each game, was outstanding, as
          GYMNASIUM                                     POOL                                                               Unexperienced Officials          she scored 20 pionts and pulled
                                                                             quickly jumped to a six point lead         The pattern of the game went        down 16 rebounds. Frisby had a
Mon.,Wed.,Fri.             1-2 P.M.       Mon.,Wed.,Fri.            1-2 P.M. before Tech could get their of-
Tues. & Thurs.            8-11 P.M.       Mon., Tues. & Thurs.     8-10 P.M. fense moving. Tech came back,           from bad to worse for A.U. in the      game high 17 rebounds and also
Sat. & Sun.                3-5 P.M.       Sat.&Sun.                 ^6 P.M.                                          second half. Before three minutes      12 points. Ginny Kelly continued
       SQUASH COURTS                              WEIGHT ROOM                                                        were played Tech led by ten            to break out of her scoring slump
Mon. thru. Thurs. 8A.M.-11P.M.            Mon., Tues. & Thurs.     8-11 P.M.                                         points. Play by both teams was         with her 16 points.
Fit                8A.M.-6P.M.            Sat. & Sun.               3-5 P.M.       Special Education &               sloppy and more turnovers was                     U. of Mass 80,
Sat.&Sun.              3-5 P.M.                                                                                      the result. The two officials Tech                  Adelphi 67
       UNIVERSAL GYM                                                               Psychology Majors                 hired for the game both had only          On January 18, the women
Mon. thru. Fit     9A.M.-2P.M.                                                                                       local ratings and were not             faced the University of
Mon., Tues. & Thurs. 8-11 P.M.                                                   Part-time work with the             capable of controlling a college       Massachusetts at home. The two
Sat.&Sun.              3-5 P.M.                                                                                      basketball game.                       teams played evenly throughout
                                                                                 ha nd ic a p p e d a n d               Tech's biggest lead was 16          most of the first half. With
                    SPECIAL ACTIVITIES
                                                                                 mentally       retarded             points with 13 minutes left in the     Adelphi up by four points towards
         FITNESS CLUB                                   KARATE
Mon.             7:30-8:30 P.M.           Tues.&Thurs.             8-10 P.M.
                                                                                 children.          Call             game. Adelphi switched from a          the end of the half, UMass went
                 8:45-9:45 P.M.                                                  Homemakers Upjohn at                zone to a full court man-to-man        into a full court press. It was
        100 MILE CLUB                                                            935-0160.                           defense. This helped cut the lead      effective, and Adelphi was down
Run at your own time                                                                                                 to 10 (63-53) when Josle Martin        3ft-32 at halftone.
                                                                                                                     stole the ball and drove for a            In the second half, UMass
                                                                                                                     layup. Only when there was less        stayed in control and came away
Men's Swim...                                                                                                        than two minutes left In the game
                                                                                                                     did A.U. threaten by drawing
                                                                                                                     closer than ten points. Frisby hit
                                                                                                                                                            with the win, 80-67. Linda Frisby
                                                                                                                                                            played well and had 25 points.
                                                                                                                                                            N'adine Reid added 17 and Ginny
    (Continued from page 24)            dropped by more than six                Brooklyn Poly at 5 P.M. The
 swimming competitively only            seconds.                                Metropolitan         Swimming        on a foul shot and Nadine Reid         Kelly 12.
                                           Junior Deveney has been             Championships will be held Feb.       stole the ball and went in for a             Adelphi 71, Hofstra 56
 this year, has proven himself a                                                                                                                              With a return to classes, the
 consistent performer. His times        tlie malnstand of the team. He          16,17 and 18 at the US. Merchant     layup to make the score 71-64.
 have qualified him to swim in the      has come through with wins in          Marine Academy at M a r i t i m e     This was the closest margin            Panther women took on Hofstra
 M e t r o poll t a n   Swimmin g       the 50 and 100 freestyle events in     College. This highlight of the        Adelphi managed as the game            January 24. Both teams started
 Championships thus year.               just about every meet this year.       swimming season will be at-           ended with the score 7345. Frisby      off slowly, and after 12 minutes of
   A lot of credit has to be given to   Recently, he swum his best time        tended by many top collegiate         had 16 points and 18 rebounds,         playing time had elapsed, the
 Bob "Rip" Wilson, who swims            in the 400 freestyle relay with a      swimming teams of the                 Reid added 13 points and 10            score was tied at only 11-aD.
and comes through for the meet          super-quick time of 51 seconds         Metropolitan and lower New            rebounds. Judy Kelly had 12            Freshman Tricia Brennan, who
in two of the toughest events in        flat. With the championships only      York State area.                      points, eight rebounds and five        would finish the game with 12
swimming, the 1000 and 500              one week away, Bob has a good              The Women are StiO Active         assists.                               points, hit on a layup which put
freestyle events. Another               chance of doing really weD.               Also, Adelphi's Women's                  Adelphi73, St. Francis 63        A.U. In the lead for good. After
member of the team is Rich              Coach Bill Irwin joked with            swimming team will attend the           The Adelphi women next met           Judy Kelly scored on a jump shot
Valentine, a versatile swimmer          Deveney after that performance,        New York State Championships          St. Francis College In a game          at 6:35, Adelphi started to pull
who can swim whatever he is             saying, "Bob, you're In real           to be held Feb. 26-27 up In           played Dec. 19 at Woodruff Hall.       away from Hofstra. The women
called upon to swim.                    trouble now."                          Genessee, New York.                   After Nadine Reid hit on a Jump        led by as much as 10, 23-13, with
                                                                                                                     shot to put A.U. ahead, 12-11,         4:50 remaining in the half.
        More Individual Stars                  To the Future. ..                SUMMER JOBS: FREE Fifty              early In the game, Adelphi was         Hofstra was no closer than five
   Falkenberg has been going              Today the swimming team wfll          State Summer Employer                never behind again.                    points at any time, and at half-
strong In several events. His 1000      pit themselves against St.              Directory. Send a stamped,              Red (12 points), Glnny Kelly        time Adelphi had a comfortable
freestyle time has dropped by           Francis College here at6 PM. On         self-addressed, business size        (10), and Tricia Brennan (9),          31-24 lead.
more than 30 seconds in three           Saturday, Feb. 11, Adelphi swims        envelope to: SUMCHOICE, Box          sparked the team throughout the           Adelphi maintained the same
weeks, from 13.19:00 to 12.48:00.       C.C.N.Y. home at 2 PM., and on          530-S, State College, Pa. 1C801.     first half. The entire team played     lead during the first six minutes
His 200 backstroke time also has        Tuesday. Feb. 14, against                                                    well, and the largest lead Adelphi           (Continued on page 22)
 Page Twenty-Four                                                                  THE DELPHIAN                                                                    February 15,1978
                                                                                                                    BASKETBALL           Men's
                                                                                                                    Wed., Feb. 15—So. Conn. St. College                  H 8:15
                                                                                                                    Sat., Feb. 18—C.W. Post                              H 8:15
                                                                                                                    Wed., Feb. 15—St. John's                          H 6P.M.
                                                                                                                    Fri., Feb. 17—Oneonta                             H 7P.M.
                                                                                                                                      MEN'S SWIM
                                                                                                                    Sat., Feb. 18—Brooklyn Poly                       H 2P.M.

Nationally Ranked Men's Basketball Team at U
         BY DWAYNE COTTON                       Other Newcomers                                                                                      game midway through the first
                                                                                                                                                     half. With 9:14 left in the half the
   Adelphi's nationally ranked           Rudolph, a junior transfer, led
 basketball team is a potent           the team with 18 markers while                                                                                 Panthers led 22-13 and by half-
 mixture of youth and experience.      shooting a sizzling 90 percent                                                                                time they led 32-17.
 On Feb. 2 at Woodruf Hall as the      from the field (9-10), he also                                                                                   The second half opened with a
 Panthers trounced Brooklyn            grabbed five rebounds. High                                                                                   soaring Parker layup as the
 College 8W5 the youthful trio of      flying Parker, also a transfer,                                                                                Panthers started rolling again
 Ray Rudolph, Karl Butigan and         spent most of the night above the                                                                             early. Within about seven
 Reggie Parker were the team's         rim while scoring 15 points and                                                                               minutes, with 12:48 left, Adelphi
                                       snatching six rebounds.                                                                                       led 54-27, their largest lead of the
 most effective performers. In
                                          In spite of Parker and Rudolph                                                                             night. After that, the margin
 stealing the spotlight from
 Adelphi's regular stars, senior       Butigan's showing was the most                                                                                never dropped below 14 points.
                                       significant. Often langarous and                                                                                 Brooklyn's       inability     to
 Gerry Heckles and junior Gordie
 McCrae, the freshmen com-             tentative, the 4" freshmen's                                                                                  decipher Adelphi's zone cast
                                       aggression was a key to                                                                                       them as the inevitable losers.
 bined for 48 points.
                                                                                                                                                     Midway through the first half the
ADELPHI (13-4)                                                                                                                                       Klngsmen were visibly rattled
107       Mercy                 85    Heckles       28    Kinsley        9                                                                           and were totally subdued shortly
 91       Hofstra               87    Heckles       25    Parker         9                                                                           after. Although more cohesive
                                      McCrae        25                                                                                               than most recent Brooklyn
 46           N.Y. Maritime 34        McCrae        13    Parker         6                                                                           College teams they simply had
101           C.C.N.Y.       80       Heckles       25    Kinsley       14                                                                           inferior personnel.
 87           Wagner        101       McCrae        21    Kinsley       11                                                                              Adelphi is currently ranked
                                                          Parker        11                                                                           fifteen in the nation amongst
 84           Queens            72    Wilson        21    Parker        10                                                                           division II schools with an ex-
                                                                                                                                    Martin Seymour
 77           Baruch            63    Heckles       23    Beckles       23                                                                           cellent shot at the NCAA
                                                                                  Panther big men match up in early season tntra-squad game.
 96           Pratt             70    Parker        22    Kinsley       11                                                                           playoffs. Their record stands at
                                      Butigian      22    Parker        10   Adelphi's victory. In fact, Karl coach Marv Kessler. In his first       14-4.
 73(1)       Mansfield St.      68    McCrae        27                       was often too aggressive. outing since injuring his ankle in              Eleventh ranked Philadelphia
                                                          Parker        10   Exemplary of his overzealous the season's second game                   Textile defeated the twelfth
 93(1)       Hamilton          102    Heckles       29    Kinsley       10   play were his forced shots with     McGeorge scored 8 points and        ranked Adelphi Panthers 63-56 in
 72           Salisbury St.     65    Heckles       36    Beckles        9   teammates wide open. But, as snared 7 rebounds. McGeorge's              their most recent outing this past
 70           TownsonSt.        81    McCrae        17    Parker         7   any coach will tell you, mistakes successful return will enable the     Saturday night, in an N.C.A.A.
 56          St. Francis        58    Rudolph       IB    McCrae         5   of over-aggression are the most Panthers to run their lethal fast       Division II game in Philadelphia.
                                                          Rudolph        6   tolerable. Butigan finished with    break more often. 'Hie lack of a    Philadelphia Textile took an
 76           Hunter            55    Heckles       24    Heckles        6   sixteen points.                    dominent rebounder had sub-          early lead but the Panthers
 83           I^ehman           59    Butitfian     29    Parker       10      The impressive return of 6* 7"   stantially slowed their attack.      managed to keep the scoring
59(2)        King's ( P A )     58    Heckles       16    Butigian     10    Bill McGeorge was also                       Adelphi Control            close. Gordon McCrae led
65(2)        I/eMoyne           58    McCrae        27    Parker-      11    cause for joy in the heart of         Adelphi took control of the       Panther scoring with 19 points.
                                                          Parker        f>
(1 (Hamilton Utica Christinas Tournament
    Game vs Southampton January 21, 1978 postponed to a later date.
(2)Pocono Classic
                                                                                                                        Ron Atanasio and

Intramural Update                                                                                                    Nimrod Dreyfuss, two
                                                                                                                     Adelphi Panther soccer
              INTRAMURAL AND RECREATION NEWS                                                                         stars/ were selected in the
  Following is a list of all Individuals and team intramural champions                                               North American Soccer
for the first semester:
Men's Flag Football—Zeta Beta Epsilon                                                                                League college draft this
Men's Tennis Singles—Dr. Herbert Jervis                                                                              year.    Atanasio was
Women's Tennis Singles-Miriam Tendler                                                                                selected on the first round
Mixed Doubles Tennis—Dr. Mort Kissen & Sally Eisenrnan                                                               by the Cosmos and
Men's Ping Pong Singles-Keith Ix?vine
Women's Ping Pong Singles—Carrie Wenzel                                                                              Dreyfuss on the fourth
Women's Volleyball --Ajax                                                                                            round by the LA. Aztecs.
F"oul Shooting-Steve Sylvester                                                                                       Details next week.
  Men's Basketball Intramural Playoffs are presently being con-
ducted. Semi-finalists Include Bad Company, Wizards, Sonics, and the
winner of the Z.B.E. "A11 vs All Star game. The finals will be held Feb.                            Gary Vorwald
I3th at 8 P.M. in Gym I, Woodruff Hall.                                                                                                                                  Gary Vorwald
                                                                                     Nimrod Dreyfuss                                                            Ron Atanasio

Men's Swim Continues                              Onto a Win                 (iiambruno, Blum, and Deveney
                                                 Overl>ehman                 blasted the Lehman relay out of
  The Adelphi Men's Swimming                                                 the pool, winning by almost two
team set its second half of the         The following Friday, the
                                      Panthers ventured to Lehman            pool lengths for a time of 3.57:4.
season in motion Monday,              College, where they were able to         Bruce Temple had no com-
January 24, as we all returned to     clinch a 57-38 victory-. Many of the   petition at all. as he easily took
school. Hosting Seton Hall            swimmers turned in excellent           both diving events.
University, the meet proved to be                                                                                                                          llCongrots         to
                                      performances. J e f f B l u m and        The team had one of its best
well-matched and rousing.                                                    days last Wednesday against                                                   "tracksters Phillips,
                                      Ciiumbruno, known as the "one-
Adelphi lost by a score of 57-38 in   two punch," obtained first and         lona College. Practically ail the                                               Smith, Williams and
a meet that could have gone           second places respectively in          swimmers turned in their best                                                   Severino who placed
either way.                           both the 200 and 500 freestyle         performances of the year.                                                       1st in the one mile
  Bob Deveney and Bob                 events.                                   ( i i a m b r u n o and Blum have                                            relay race at the
Falkenberg were both double             Deveney won both the 50 and          been doing quite well In the 200
                                                                             yard freestyle event Both are
                                                                                                                                                             Milrose Games.
winners. Deveney came through         100 freestyle events in very close
In both 50 and 100 freestyle          races. Falkenberg had control          equally good In this event, for one
events. Falkenberg earned wins        throughout the entire race as he       week Giambruno will beat Blum,
in a hard fought 200 I.M. and In      placed first in the tough 1000         and the next week Blum will win
500 freestyle events. Both, along     freestyle, followed by two fine        over Giambruno.
with Bob Wilson and Perry             second place finishes In the 200                   Newcomer
Glambriino, contributed to the        I.M. and 200 backstroke races.           Maurice Degreef, who began
winning 400 freestyle relay.            The 400 freestyle relay of Pen,         (Continued on page 23)

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