ILR Celebrates Administrative
25th Anniversary Reorganization
Ten letters written by the pioneer social reformer Jane Addams
have been discovered by archivists in the newly dedicated Martin P.
Catherwood Library of the New York State School of Industrial and Pieces are still being put into
Labor Relations. place in the reorganization of the
The findings were revealed at the Schools 25th Anniversary Dinner
administration, which has been
Saturday night in the Statler Ballroom. More than 300 persons
under way since last spring.
attended the dinner for the purpose of recounting the schools history,
honoring as many as possible of those persons who were and those At the top of the administrative
who are still a part of the school, and specifically to honor structure is a more compact
Catherwood, New York 3tate Industrial Commissioner and the central staff composed of
School's second dean (1947 to 1958). President Dale R. Corson;
Provost Robert A. Plane, who is
The Addams letters had been cropping up all week long at the li-
chief academic officer and
brary, during the microfilming of a 100-foot high stack of documents
deputy president, serving in the
obtained from the now-defunct American Association for Labor
presidents absence; Vice
Legislation. In addition to the 10 written by Miss Addams. another 12
President for Administration
addressed to her have been found.
Samuel A Lawrence; Vice
There is a chance more letters will be found written to and by Miss
• President for Public Affairs
Addams, who founded the Hull House in Chicago in 1889. She was
Steven Mullen and Vice
co-winner of the Nobel peace prize in 1931.
President for Student Affairs
"These letters," according to Maurice F. Neufeld, a specialist in
Mark Barlow Jr.
Continued on Page 7 7
Much of the reorganization is
PAST AND PRESENT — Martin P being done with the recognition
Catherwood, center, second dean
that the new University Senate is
the New York State School of
Industrial and Labor Relations. 1947 assuming a policy-making role
to 1958, is flanked by two of his with regard to many aspects of
successors at the 25th anniversary campus life.
dinner of the School held Saturday
Housing and dining have been
night. At the left of Catherwood is separated, with housing now
Dean David G. Moore. On the right is
handled by the Dean of Students'
Catherwoods immediate successor.
John W McConnell, dean from office and dining services being
1959 to 1961. Continued on Page 6
The official weekly of record for Cornell University
Vol. 2 No.11 Thursday, November 12, 1970
Cornell's Old, New
Architecture Study Committee Meet on Weekend
The young and old of Cornell will be together on the Ithaca campus
Re-evaluates School's Program the rest of the University.
this weekend taking part simultaneously, for the first time in memory,
in two of the University's oldest traditions — Fall Weekend and
Todays rapid industrialization human environment and the Homecoming.
and current environmental, inadequacy of conventional The proposed changes in the By a quirk in scheduling, old grads and undergrads will be crossing
social and economic problems measures to cope with these architectural design sequence paths during the weekend as they move to and from the various
have provided the impetus for a problems. follow along with the idea of social functions and activities scheduled for their interests.
re-evaluation of Cornell "The resources available to broadening the general program. In at least one activity, the Cornell-Dartmouth football game
University's architectural architecture are also changing as The committee proposed that the starting at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Schoellkopf Field, they are likely to
program that might cause it to a result of the accumulation of Continued on Page 11 share a common interest.
become more attentive to new knowledge, the evolution of This is less likely to be so.
modern needs. new techniques and a rising however, when the alumni drive
The re-evaluation report was public concern." onto the campus Friday night for
made by a special study The College of Architecture. a 9:30 p.m. open house at the
committee that was set up last Art and Planning currently is Big Red Barn. They will be
July to survey new developments searching for a new dean, who greeted by what most likely to
in the education and practice of would be responsible for them will be a curious
architects and 'to, make implementing any of the assortment of sounds and
recommendations on the future recommendations of the vibrations radiating from Barton
direction and organization of the committee. The new dean will Hall where the rock music group.
architecture program at Cornell. succeed Burnham Kelly, whose Traffic, will be appearing under
resignation as dean • of the the sponsorship of the
"There is general agreement."
college will become effective at Interfraternity Council (IFC)
the committee report said, "that
the end of the 1970-71 starting at 8 p.m
the mission of architecture is
significantly changing as a result academic year. In addition to numerous
of rapid urbanization, increasing According to the report the private parties given by
social and economic architectural program at Cornell fraternities and various other
dislocations. a deteriorating has focused on architectural organizations there is a full
design with the aim of schedule of alumni and
developing architects with community-wide events.
Chronicle specialties in design
committee suggested that the
Two pre-football-game events
are scheduled for the alumni in
Capsule scope of the program be
expanded to include the current
Barton Hall. There will be a
performance by the Cornell
REORGANIZATION of the strong design program along University Glee Club starting at
University's administrative 11 am., followed by a luncheon
with broader areas that address
themselves to the changing at 11:45 a.m. Some 100
CAMPUS PATROL and economic and social questions of undegraduate students are
firearms — Lowell T our time and utilize the new expected to serve as
Georges statement to the techniques and knowledge now homecoming hosts at the
Senate available to the field luncheon.
Page 8 Following the game there will
BARLOW responds to WLF In essence, the committee's
report would direct the be a open house for the alumni
Page 2 architecture program towards a in the Big Red Barn. In addition,
LINE-UP in Barton Hall — a more interdisciplinary approach. a number of Alumni Class and
Chronicle photo essay. To this end, the committee Honorary Society receptions are
Page 3 suggested a broadening of the scheduled in Statler Inn starting
GRIDDERS take on program followed by at 4:30 p.m.
undefeated Dartmouth GOING HOME AGAIN — Part of the crowd at last years Homecoming
architectural students, in part Weekend football game in Schoellkopf Stadium. This year, undergraduate In the evening there is a choice
through more involvement with Fall V\ :nni Home-Coming Weekend merge. Continued on Page 11
2 CORNELL CHRONICLE Thursday, Nov. 12,1970
Senate Postpones Barlow Replies
The University Senate postponed action on proposals to disapprove SafetyRequests
the Women's Air Force ROTC program proposal on the Cornell In the wake of a recent series
campus until after informational reports are made to the Senate of molestations of women
Military Training Committee by appropriate administrative or around the Cornell campus, the
academic officers of the University Cornell administration this week
Mainly in response to the recent approval of the proposed women's took three actions in response to
AFROTC program by the Faculty Committee on University-ROTC concerns expressed by the
Relations, the Senate approved a resolution requesting that the Women's Liberation Front (WLF>.
University postpone any action on the matter until the Senate feels In a letter to the WLF. Mark
informed enough to present its own recommendation. Barlow Jr.. vice president for
This resolution indicated that student affairs, reported some
undergraduate, both opposing
the Senate felt the need to be specific security measures being
the approval of the women's
better informed on the undertaken.
introduction of women into the
The Senate passed a He said that the Safety
AFROTC program or any other
resolution requesting "that the Division has shifted personnel
major change in the status of the
executive committee of the and equipment so that additional
military affairs on the Cornell
Board of Trustees not make any people and extra patrol cars have
campus before taking action on
changes in the Regulations for been added to the evening shift.
the Maintenance of Public Order In addition, he reported to the
The Military Training until the Senate has had an WLF:
Committee plans to report to the opportunity to consider such " 1 . The meeting which we
Senate at its next meeting on changes." scheduled for some of your
Nov 24. said Jon Palewicz ' 7 1 .
chairman of the committee
Because this sense-of-the- Synchrotron Tours Offered representatives to meet with
body resolution did not pass Eugene Dymek. Director of Life
Palewicz said that the report Cornell's Wilson Synchrotron Entrance invitations will be
through the Senate executive Safety Services, was held at 4
would include discussion of the Laboratory will be open to tours required. They man be obtained
committee and did not have the p.m. Monday, November 9 In
proposal to add women to the by the general public and the on the Cornell campus at the
required 20 signatures for such a that meeting, Mr. Dymek pointed
Air Force program. Cornell community on Saturday. main desk of Willard Straight
resolution, a three-quarters vote out the plans for increasing the
Postponed were two of the body had to be obtained to Tours will begin on the hour Hall and at the Department of lighting at various locations on
resolutions by Stephanie suspend a section of the Senate and the half-hour between 9 a.m. Physics. Room 117. Clark Hall. the campus, and indicated that
Seremetis. arts undergraduate, bylaws so that the resolution and 12:30 p.m.. and will include Invitations may also be obtained some of these will be
and Bonnie Brier. arts could be considered. a slide presentation explaining in downtown Ithaca at the main accomplished within the month
the operation of the facility. Each offices of the First National Bank
I After the successful vote to "Two of your number agreed
tour will include a visit to one of
United Fund suspend the bylaws.
resolution was presented by
the large experimental set-ups,
and Trust Co.. 202 E. State St.. to ride in a Safety Division patrol
car tonight (Tuesday) to point out
the Savings Bank of Tompkins
Report executive committee chairman
an overview of the experimental
hall and inspection of the County. Tioga and Seneca Sts..
other dark sections of the
The 1970 Cornell William I. White. The resolution campus. Mr. Dymek has agreed
synchrotron control room and and Tompkins County Trust Co..
section of the Tompkins to recommend to the City of
Continued on Page 4 computer installation. 110 N. Tioga St.
County United Fund Drive Ithaca and the N.Y.S. Electric
closes today, with the and Gas Company, increased
University still short of its
goal of $182,000.
Graduate School Approves Corson Letter lighting capacity in specific areas
which border on the campus,
Clarifies which have high student traffic,
Fund Co-chairman Byron
African-American Masters Burak Ban but which do not belong to
Cornell. Mr. Dymek will continue
yesterday that the fund The faculty of the Cornell Graduate School last Thursday approved
The following letter giving conversations with any of your
deadline would not be the establishment of two new professional degrees
details on the background and group and will appreciate your
extended, even though One. Master of African and African-American Studies, would be
position of the University with advice.
several divisions have administered by the Africana Studies and Research Center at Cornell
regard to the ban on access to "2. I am prepared to initiate a
fallen short so far from and granted by the Graduate School The other. Master of
campus of C. David Burak was trial late-evening bus service
their last year's pace. He Professional Studies-Hospital and Health Services Administration,
sent over the weekend by between the hours of 10 p.m.
said that Division I. would be granted by the Graduate School of Business and Public
President Corson to William and 12 midnight The trial period
comprised of Rand. Sibley. Administration.
White, chairman of the Executive will be for two weeks, and will be
Franklin and Lincoln Halls; The graduate faculty's history, present state, and Committee of the University evaluated at the end of the
Division III — Morrill and approval of both degrees is dynamics of the Black people Senate. The text: second week. Would you
McGraw Halls; and subject to final approval of the and cultures in Africa, the Dear Mr. White: designate a committee to work
Division VI. covering the entire Cornell faculty. the Americas, and the Caribbean."
ILR and Law Schools and In view of the continuing with Mr. Willers and myself, to
University's Board of Trustees In requesting approval of a
Anabel Taylor Hall, have concern of the Cornell University develop the details, which will
and the New York State Board of new degree. H Justin Davidson,
fallen some $3,800 short Senate with the action of the include the route which the
Regents. dean of the Graduate School of
of their goals. University notifying C. David buses should take as well as the
An undergraduate program Business and Public Burak '67 that he is not frequency of the trips? If we work
"There are many cards leading to the bachelor of arts Administration, said that his permitted to enter upon any quickly enough, this additional
that have not yet been degree with a major in Africana faculty wished to give the premises owned or controlled by Continued on Page 4
turned in," McCalmon Studies was established by School's program in hospital and Cornell University, and that he
said, adding that he hoped Cornell's College of Arts and health care administration equal will be subject to arrest and
the remaining pledge Sciences on September 30. recognition with the two other prosecution if apprehended on
cards would put the According to James E. Turner, programs it offers its students, such premises. I wish to advise CORNELL
University Fund Drive over director of the Africana Studies The School currently
its goal and Research Center. the grants degrees of either
you how the matter stands at this CHRONICLE
point Published weekly by the
Several divisions have number of inquiries he has Master of B.U s i n e s s
As I stated to you in my letter Office of Public
exceeded last year's received makes it seem clear that Administration or Master of
of 22 October 1970. I regard the Information of Cornell
pledges, including Division there will be adequate numbers Public Administration
banning of anyone from the University and dis'ributed
I/. VIII. IX. XI and XII. Also of qualified students at Cornell
campus as distasteful, but we free of charge to faculty,
improving on last year's interisted in the new graduate Architecture Search must rely on public law to protect students. staff and
performance were program. Provost Robert A. Plane will Cornell's students, faculty and employes. Mail
divisions XIII. XV. XVI and Turner's proposals for a chair a search committee for a staff from persistent disruption subscription $10 per year.
XIX graduate program leading to the new dean of the College of by outsiders. Editorial office. 110 Day
McCalmon noted with degree of Master of African and Architecture. Art and Planning, to
In this light let me review the Hall. Ithaca. NY. 14850
pride that the overall African-American Studies states succeed Burnham Kelly, who has
incidents which led to the ban of Telephone 256-4666
average gift for this year is that the purpose of the program resigned the position effective at
Mr Burak from the campus. He Editor. Arthur W. Brodeur,
$46. several dollars higher "is to prepare students for the end of the year, after 10
was warned on 14 November Editorial Assistant. Michael
than last year's mark. professional careers relevant to years in the post.
1969. after disrupting a S. Rosenbaum. Photo
As of Monday. the learning and leadership Serving with Plane on the
scheduled University curricular Editor. Russell C
$155,954 had been needs of the American Black committee will be David J. Allee.
activity, that any future violation Hamilton
pledged. This represents Community. It envisions that the Robert E. Bechhofer, Arch T.
by him of the University's
86 per cent of this year's knowledge and methodology of Dotson. Kenneth W. Even, Klaus
established regulations would
total goal various fields and disciplines will Herdeg, K.C. Parsons. Sidney
be brought to bear upon the Saltzman and O.M Ungers. Continued on Page 1 1
Thursday, Nov. 12,1970 CORNELL CHRONICLE 3
The Iceman Cometh — And the Fans Can't Wait
Ithaca may be geographically tucked away in a valley in quiet rural upstate New
York, but for hockey fans it stands (or skates) in the center of the college hockey
universe While some people question the devotion of Cornell students to various
political and social causes they may espouse, the mere mention of Lynah Rink is
often enough to stimulate an almost Pavlovian wild-eyed fanaticism among Big Red
One of Cornells newest, but strongest, traditions involves spending a quiet
weekend camping out in the bucolic setting of the Barton Hall, sleeping on the soft
tartan-turf synthetic gym floor, waiting to purchase a season ticket to home games.
To avoid mayhem, anarchy and chaos, complex systems for governing the long lines
have evolved, regulating when and for how long a purchaser may leave the line for
reasons ranging from going to classes to going to the bathroom.
After the Big Reds perfect 1969-70 season, preseason enthusiasm increased (if
that is possible) as hundreds went through the ritual. They brought with them their
boy-or girl-friends, dogs, books and newspapers to help while away the hours.
Make no mistake, however: The warm sense of comraderie that pervaded Barton
Hall last weekend was in no way related to the attitude most fans manifest once
they enter the hallowed halls of Lynah. Unlike the month of March, Cornell hockey
fans go into the season like lambs, but leave like lions.
Senate Holds Open Sage Notes Ebert Becomes Chairman
A recent ruling by Mr. :
Hearing on ROTC Curtis Tan. Director of
Selective Service, should
At Cornell Medical College
An open hearing concerning sign-up sheet may also be be of interest to students Dr. Paul A. Ebert has been papers have been on this subject
whether ROTC should continue posted at the door the night of with higher lottery appointed chairman of the — he has ranged over the full
to exist on the Cornell campus the hearing if enough names are numbers (1970-1971). He Department of Surgery at Cornell spectrum of surgical activity.
and. if so. in what form, will be not recevied before then. ordered local draft boards : University Medical College Dr. Ebert received his bachelor
held by the University Senate to permit men to drop i (CUMC) and Surgeon-in-Chief of of science degree from Ohio
Military Training Committee at Other persons wishing to deferments and take I-A The New York Hospital. State University. Although now
7:30 p.m. tonight in the speak about the issue will be classifications at any time overshadowed by h i s
These appointments, which
Memorial Room of Willard given that opportunity during the regardless of whether they professional accomplishments.
place him in charge of all
Straight Hall. final part of the hearing, which continue to meet the Dr. Ebert's athletic achievements
surgical affairs at The New York
will be an open question-and- conditions for which their during his undergraduate days
The hearing will feature a four- Hospital (-) Cornell Medical
answer period. deferments are granted. were well known -\- he refused
member panel consisting of Jack Canter, were announced by Dr
Fei, undergraduate senator; A proposal that would have This should benefit E. Hugh Luckey. vice president numerous offers from
Douglas F. Dowd. professor of called for the immediate students with numbers for medical affairs. Dr. J. Robert professional basketball and
economics; Col. Claude E. Bailey termination of military recruiting higher than 195. the Buchanan, dean of.the medical major league baseball teams.
Jr.. Army ROTC commanding on the campus, termination of all highest number expected college, and Dr David D.
to be reached this year. Following his graduation in
officer; and Steven D. Needle. Air ROTC programs at Cornell by Thompson, director fo the
Men who elect to 1958 from Ohio State University
Force ROTC cadet. The panel June 1. 1971 and provision of hospital.
discard their deferments School of Medicine, he went to
was chosen, according to Jon financial support for all persons At present. Dr. Ebert is
before the end of the year Johns Hopkins Hospital where
Palewicz ' 7 1 . chairman of the presently studying under ROTC associate professor of surgery at
and accept the I-A status he was. in turn, intern, assistant
Senate committee, to represent grants until they complete their the Duke University Medical
will drop into the 1970 resident surgeon and chief
varying viewpoints on the undergraduate work, was Center, where he has been since
first priority group with resident surgeon.
subject. defeated by the committee 1966. His previous
Thursday on legal grounds. The unreached numbers, but appointments have been at The Cornell University Medical
After the panel presentation,
committee found that the on January 1. 1971 they Johns Hopkins Hospital and the College has, from the beginning,
16 persons from the audience
University must give one year's will be put into the second National Heart Institute. been noted for its educational
will be allowed to speak about
notice before terminating any priority group and be innovations.
the issue. Those who wish to Though cardiac surgery is Dr
contracts, including those for subject to call only in a
speak may sign up at the Senate Ebert's special area of interest — Dr Ebert will assume his
ROTC national emergency.
office in 211 Stimson Hall. A .V.V.W.V.V.V.W.'.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V more than half of his almost 70 position on Feb. 1, 1971.
4 CORNELLCHRONICLE Thursday, Nov.12,1970
The Senate Page Nilsson Named Johndrew Is
Emeritus Professor In Vet College
Arthur E. Nilsson has been and Public Administration. An
A survey to measure the will be publicized as soon as they named Professor of Finance, authority on corporation and The appointment of William H.
effectiveness of the University's are received by the committee, emeritus, by the Cornell investment finance, he was once Johndrew as director of student
citizenship recess, Oct. 24-Nov. she said. University Board of Trustees. described by a student administration at the New York
4. has been mailed to a random Nilsson retired in July after 22 publication as having a "light State Veterinary College was
A few persons whose names
sampling of 3.500 members of years of service on the faculty of touch in the lecture room." announced yesterday by George
may be in two categories, such
the Cornell community by the the Graduate School of Business "In the classroom," the C. Poppensiek, dean of the
as faculty and employe or
University Senate's Calendar publication stated. "Mr. Nilsson College Johndrew had been
employe and student categories.'
Committee. has a rare gift for illustrating the assistant to the dean since
may have received
Three similar questionnaires drier elements of finance with October, 1968
questionnaires directed at their
were formulated for faculty colorful anecdotes from his In his new position, Johndrew
secondary position in the
members, students and experience and a judicious will help implement the
University. Those who received
employes. Generally. the sprinkling of the vernacular." admissions policy as determined
such questionnaires, said Mrs.
questionnaires asked whether He came to Cornell from by college legislation and faculty
Brown, are still encouraged to
the recipient participated, as a Oberlin College, where he served policy. He also will develop and
return the questionnaires either
result of the citizenship recess, in marked "inappropriate" or filled as associate professor and then
any political activities or non- out with any comments these professor of economics from
political community service recipients might have. 1929 to 1947. He taught at
activities. The questionnaires William and Mary College from
also asked whether the The recess and its evaluation 1924 to 1927 and Yale
recipients favored the recess at University in 1928-29. He was
are only a part of the calendar
the beginning of the semester also a visiting lecturer in finance
and whether they would favor committee s responsibilities. in 1942-47 at the Harvard
continuing a similar recess in Mrs Brown said. The Graduate School of Business
future years. questionnaire results will be Administration.
among items considered by the
The committee, which is
committee in forming its While at Oberlin, Nilsson
charged with recommending to
recommendations for the 1971- served as economist for the
the Senate an academic calendar
72 academic calendar. Under ARTHUR E NILSSON Governor's Tax Committee of
each year, asked that the
the Senate constitution, the Named Emeritus Professor Ohio 1930-32. From 1934 to
questionnaires be returned by
Senate has sole responsibility for 1938. he was head security
Nov. 10. However, committee
setting up the academic analyst for the Federal Securities
chairman A. Irene Brown, non-
exempt employe senator, said
calendar. Three Named and Exchange Commission.
returns are still being accepted. At its second meeting, which Financial Aid Washington. DC. and during
1939-1942 served as an
The results of the questionnaires was on May 24, 1970. the
Senate voted for the revised
Directors economist for the Office of Price
The appointments of an Administration and Civilian WILLIAM H. JOHNDREW
academic calendar for the 1970- Supply and as a consultant to the
Senate Calendar 71 academic year allowing for a
associate director and two Named to Vet College Post
assistant directors in the Office of War Assets Administration.
Thursday. November 12th two-week recess around election coordinate admissions
12 Noon — Counseling Scholarships and Financial Aid
time to allow Cornell students to For 21 years Nilsson was procedures to permit the
and Advising Committee have been announced by Gary A
participate more fully in the financial consultant to expeditious processing of
Meeting, Career Center. Lee, director of the office
electoral process if they so Cooperative GLF Exchange Inc.. applications He will work closely
Philip M. Bisselle. a native of
4:30 — Admissions and desired. continuing in the capacity when with the University's registrar
New Hartford, has been named
Financial Aid Committee the firm became Agway. Inc. He regarding enrollment, course
associate director. He earned a
Meeting. 123 Clark has also served as a financial designation, grades, graduation
bachelor of arts degree in 1958
4:30 — Public Affairs Barlow— WLF at Colgate University and a consultant at various times to and other matters.
Committee Meeting, Mohawk Airlines and P&C Food Johndrews new duties also
Continued from Page 2 master of arts degree from
Senate Office, 211 Markets. will require him to work closely
bus service could be started next Colgate in 1959. He taught in
Stimson. with students and counsel them
Monday evening the New Hartford school system He was born in Boston. Mass..
4:30 — Calendar on college and University
for three years before being served in the U.S. Army during
Committee Meeting. NG5 "3. Finally. I can report that matters
named associate dean of World War I and was graduated
Martha Van we have located at least three Prior to coming to Cornell,
admissions at Colgate. He served from Tufts College in 1922 with
7:30 — Public Hearing, people who are qualified to Johndrew was a chaplain at the
in that post for six years before a bachelor of science degree in
Military Training instruct in the art of self-defense, Veterans Administration Hospital
coming to Cornell He lives with civil engineering. He earned a
Committee. Memorial two of whom live in the in Brockton. Mass. He also has
his wife and two children at 105 master of business
Room. WSH. immediate area of the campus. A served as chaplain in the Kings
Warwick Place in Ithaca. administration degree in 1924
Friday, November 13th number of program outlines have Park State Hospital in Kings Park.
been suggested. Mrs Martha Bisselle's principal from the Harvard Graduate He was graduated in 1950 from
4:45 — Judiciary
Arnett. Director of Women's responsibility will be to School of Business Franklin College, Franklin, Ind.,
Physical Education will coordinate administration of the Administration and a doctorate where he received a bachelor of
Senate Office. 211
coordinate a group which will freshman financial aid program in economics in 1931 from Yale arts degree, cum laude. He was
include representatives from the David E. Ouellet and John H University awarded a bachelor of divinity
Saturday. November 14th
Safety Division as well as the Bandfield were named assistant degree from the Hartford
10 — Campus Store
Physical Education Department, directors. Ouellet was graduated
Committee Meeting, 169
and yourselves, to develop a from Cornell with a bachelor of Senate Meeting Theological Seminary, Hartford,
Conn., in 1954 and has worked
program of instruction. Would arts degree last June A native of Continued from Page 2 in a managerial capacity for the
Sunday, November 15th
you ask a group of a half dozen Weymouth. Mass.. he was co- Eastman Kodak Co. Johndrew
10 — Housing was brought up because of
or so, to get in tpuch with Mrs. captain of the wrestling team served two years in the Army
Committee Meeting. 131 information he had received
Arnett as soon as possible? here. Bandfield, a native of#Port before entering Franklin College.
Day. concerning certain changes in
Washington, earned a bachelor While in the service, he had
Monday. November 16th "I hope these precautions and the Regulations that were to be
of science degree from Cornell considerable experience in
7:30 — Public Hearing. any others we can think of will considered by the Trustee's
last June. statistical work, particularly while
Housing Committee. improve the level of security on executive committee at its Nov.
campus. However, a good deal Two of the three positions stationed in Korea
Regarding North Campus 1 7 meeting.
of common sense will still be became open when persons in
required of all of us. There are them were promoted, the third In another action, the Senate Faculty Notes
Tuesday, November 17th
short cuts from the campus that when the person left to attend approved a resolution to The Committee on the
7:30 — Military Training
are perfectly safe in daylight but law school condemn the presence on the Economic Status of the Faculty,
Committee Meeting. 336B at the request of the Faculty
should not be used at night campus of FBI agents or
Statler; Public Hearing.
simply because they are not well
Cornell Bulletin informers for the purpose of
Council, has instituted a study of
Campus Store Committee. Cornell Bulletin 100. "Buying the economic position of
G.S.-C. lighted It is a good idea to travel investigating campus unrest "in instructors and lecturers. A
Clothes for Small Children."
Thursday. November 19th in pairs in the late evening. Some the absence of specific acts of questionnaire is being sent to
gives suggestions that make it
of these are obvious, but I'm sure arson or bombing, or otherwise instructors and lecturers this
7 — Campus Life easy for a child to dress himself
that there are a number of other to investigate the political views week and should be returned to
Committee. 4569 Dickson in clothes requiring a minimum Professor W. G. Tomek, 40
tips that all Cornell women and activities of students, faculty
V. of care. New York State residents Warren Hall. Any instructor or
should be aware of. Could or employes without the consent
4:30 — Calendar may request single, free copies lecturer not receiving a
Women's Liberation Front put of the President of Cornell questionnaire by Monday,
Committee Meeting. NG5 of the bulletin from the Mailing
together such a list that could be University and the Cornell November 16 should contact
Martha Van. Room, Research Park, Ithaca,
distributed to all on campus? ' University Senate." Professor Tomek, 6-2189.
Thursday, Nov. 12,1970 CORNELL CHRONICLE 5
Anderson First at Finish Big Red Team Protege Takes Over
But Harriers Finish Third Plays Indians
The Cornell cross country team Splengers time was 25:06. and In Ivy Clash
finished third in the Heptagonals he finished second The Cornell football team,
at Van Cortlandt Park in New Anderson was timed in 4:30 armed with the nation's leading
York last weekend, but Jon for the first mile, 9:20 at the two rusher, will duel Dartmouth in
Anderson won the individual title mile mark. 14:19 at the three Schoellkopf Stadium, Saturday at
in 4:39 6. just seconds off and 19:19 at the four. 1:30pm.
Harvard's.Doug Harden's record Other Cornell scorers were This is the 54th game in a
set two years ago. Dave Oertel who was 21st in series that dates back to 1900.
26:13, Tom Baker 30th in 26:34 Dartmouth leads 29-23-1. and
The team title went to the and Phil Ritson 33rd in 26:37. won at Hanover last year 24-21.
Tim Cahill was 36th in 26:46 The last Cornell victory over
Crimson for the fourth year in a
and George Mitchell 63rd in Dartmouth was in Ithaca in
row. Harvard scored 46 points. 1964.
It marked the first time in five Ed Mannaro. with a rushing
runnings of, the Heps that a total of 2,571 yards for his 16
Harvard man had not won the game career leads the offense.
individual title. Steve Machooka He has exceeded 100 yards in
was the last Cornell individual 13 games. Last season he
winner when he captured the rushed for 1409 yards. His
crown in 1961. career per-carry average is 5.2
In the Columbia Invitational, yards on 494 attempts.
the freshman counterpart of the Saturday is Homecoming and
more than 18.000 are expected
Heps, Cornell was second with
57 points to Penn's 30 Dennis to attend the game.
Dikes of Penn set a new course At half-time of the game, there
record with a 14:52.6 time will be a National Football Hall of
Fame presentation honoring the
Phil Collins and Mike Walker late Clinton R. Wyckoff of Buffalo.
took second and third with 'New York His son C.R Wycoff.
FOLLOWING IN NEDS FOOTSTEPS — (or skate tracks) Big Red Hockey
15:09 and 15:11 times Jr will receive the Hall of Fame coach Dick Bertrand, as he skated last year on the national championship
respectively, for Cornell. Steve plaque Wycoff is the 5th Cornell sextet Bertrand. 28, has become former coach Ned Harkness ' successor
Banker (12th), Bob Anastario player voted into the Hall of this season, and will lead his charges in their first match of the 1970-71
(15th) and Chet Zdrodowski Fame The most recent Cornell season Saturday, when the varsity take on the freshmen at 8 p.m. in Lynah
(28th) were the other scorers. player was end, Jerome (Brud) Rink (where else?)
Holland in 1965.
Penn took four spots in the top
ten to capture the freshman
Dartmouth is 7-0 over the
season and leads the Ivy League
Fund for Injured Football
crown, while Harvard was the
only squad to place three men in
the top ten to assure its title.
with a 5-0 mark Cornell is 5-2,
winning last week over Brown Player Announced by Coach
35-21 A fund for Kenneth J. Kunken. varsity game, and in the evening
The season for both teams will a 150-pound football player at the hockey game.
conclude the I C 4 A' s injured in the Columbia game Kunken, a junior linebacker
JON ANDERSON last week, has been established playing his second season with
Takes Heps Title championships Nov 16 on the Keep Up with Cornell: Robert A Cullen. coach of the the team, was seriously injured
Van Cortlandt Park course, when lightweight football team, in the lightweight football game
Villanova, Maryland, Michigan Read the Chronicle
Penn scored 69 points, and the announced collections will be against Columbia
harriers of Cornell edged out St., and Notre Dame will join Thursdays taken for the fund Saturday All the money collected, Cullen
Navy for third place with 69 Friday's top three for eastern morning at the lightweight explained, will help to cover
points. supremacy. football game, at half time of the medical expenses above and
beyond the costs paid by the
"We just didn't have it today." University.
Cornell Coach Jack Warner said, The fund is being instituted by
"but they're still a great team. Kunken's fraternity, Sigma Nu
We all knew we were better than and by the coaches and players
that. It was unfortunate that we of the lightweight football team.
Kunken, an engineering
had a bad day together like this "
student, suffered a severe spinal
The race started off neck-and- contusion when he made an
neck between Anderson and head-on tackle in the Columbia
game. The injury has left him
John Spengler of • Harvard.
seriously incapitated — he is
paralyzed from his neck down
Cullen explained that 150-200
Science Program persons will handle the
collection to make sure that
Announces everyone who attends any of the
three events will be able to
Browsing Room contribute. For those who are
considering a contribution but
The Cornell Program on will not be attending any of the
Science. Technology and Society three sporting events,
announces the existence of a contributions should be sent to:
browsing collection consisting of Kenneth J. Kunken Fund. Teagle
books and monographs on Hall. Cornell University. Ithaca.
subjects relating broadly to the New York 14850.
interests of the Program.
These materials include works
on the environment, on science Straight
and public policy.* and on
sociology and the philosophy of Scoop
science. The collection is located
in the Physical Sciences Library, Wheels and Doors Mime
Clark Hall, and will be expanded Troupe—main title "Life," which
during the coming year using includes segments on "Love."
funds donated for this purpose "Adolescence." "First Day of
by the Class of 1968 School." and "Old Age." 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m.. in the Memorial
A bibliography listing the Room. Tuesday, November 17.
books available in this collection Film. Father Daniel
is available from the Library or Berrigan — The Holy Outlaw.
from the STS Program Office. RUSHING LEADER — Ed Mannaro (44), nation's leading ground gainer, bucks the line for a few extra yards Memorial Room. 8:30 p.m..
Mannaro, and Quarterback Rick Furbush will lead Cornell against undefeated Dartmouth Saturday
632 Clark Hall. Thursday, November 19. (free)
6 . CORNELLCHRONICLE Thursday
Administrative Reorganization BOARD
Plan Presented to Cornell
and have general concern about splitting of the Division of Safety PRESIDENT
Continued from Page 1
ways for making logistical and Security into two functions. Dale R. Corson
administered directly under the support operations more efficient The Safety Division, which
Vice President for Student and economical throughout the handles police functions, and the
Affairs. When the Senate is fully University. Life Safety Division, which is
organized, the office of Vice In the reorganization, the more concerned with building PROVOST
President for Student Affairs will provost is relieved of a range of and industrial safety, each report Robert A Plane
be deleted, and a new office of non-academic responsibilities, directly to the president's office.
Vice President for Campus Affairs enabling him to give most of his Following are graphic Vice Pres. Vice Pres. Vice Pres.
will be created. time to academic affairs. for for for
representations of the
Adminis - Medical Public
New this fall is the Division of The post of Vice President for organization of central tration Affairs Affoirs
General Services, under former Administration is a new one. administration functions at S Muller
SA. Lawrence Dr.E.HLuckey
Director of Purchasing Wallace designed to consolidate all non- Cornell as of this date. Certain
B. Rogers, who will report to Vice academic administrative other reorganizational steps are
President Lawrence. In addition operations. The post of Vice in progress or being -L
to purchasing and the travel President for Public Affairs contemplated. It is anticipated Director Vice Pres.
Vice for Social &
Controller of the for Provost Envir.
office, this division will oversee remains essentially unchanged. that the central administration Budget Research Studies
warehouses, certain shops and Another specific aspect of the reorganization will be completed
AH. Peterson PLMcKeegan WD. Cooke W.K Kennedy LC Carter, Jr.
stores, food storage and laundry. reorganization has been the by the target date of January 1
This chart shows the relationship of the University President to the University M
and to his chief executive officers. It depicts the more compact central staff whi*
the administrative organization. It does not include the President's staff whict
separate organizational chart.
VICE PRESIDENT FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS PRESIDENT'S STAFF
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Dole R. Cor«on
Dole R. Corson
Steven Muller Assistant Assistant
University Relation* OH Mover J 0. Hall
Thomas L Tobin J. E. Turner
Mrs. M J Woenor
Astt. Vic* Pre*. Sec'y of
for Public Affairs
ft Dir of Develop. Coordinator Specw Asst. Life Safety
Pub, Aff Office of Alumni Aff. Office of B. L. Rideout
of Regional for Community Services
Con! Educ Univ. Pub. Office Richard M. Ramin Public into. Relations
Office* E.J. Dymek
a M. Me Hugh K.J. Arden F. R. Clifford F. A Williom* A.W Brodeur R J. Kane
Conferences ' Alumni Awn. Corporal* Rotation* New England Cornell Report* University University Sec'y of
Treasurer Counsel the Board
Speakers Club Pom. Foundation Relation* Upstate N. Y. Cornell Chronicle
Midwest New* Section L.H. Durlond MR. Stomp N R Stomp
Cornell Alumni C l o u Pgm. P. A. Data Service*
University C.U. Council Northeast Vi»uol Services
Middle Atlantic Dean of the Judicial Ombudsman
1 Y. Metropolitan
1 Faculty Administrator
East Central R D Miller J B. Bugliori A H Cook
This chart lists the reorganized presidential staff. The
This chart depicts the organization of those functions reporting to the Vice President for Public reorganization includes the splitting of the former Division of
Affairs. The reorganization has left Public Affairs virtually unchanged. It does, however, include Safety and Security into two functions, each reporting directly to
the re-establishment of the position of Director of University Relations, reporting to the Vice the President. Another aspect of the reorganization of the
President for Public Affairs, but with an access relationship to the President. President's staff is the establishment of the position of Secretary
of the University Board of Trustees as a function separate from
that of University Counsel. Neal Ft. Stamp, however, will
continue to serve in both capacities for the time being. The
dotted lines indicate those functions which have an access
relationship to the President.
VICE PRESIDENT FOR ADMINISTRATION
Dole R. Corson
This chart is that of the Vice President for Administration, a post
created to consolidate all uotiacademic administrative Vice President
operations. Included in the Vice President for Administration's for
area is a new position, that of Director of Management Systems
and Analysis. The position, as yet unfilled, will integrate and
build on the existing Offices of Information Systems,
Institutional Studies and the administrative services component
Director of Scholars'1
of the Office of Computer Services in order to improve the Budget
management reporting and build the data base necessary for PL.McKeegon A H Peterson
analysis of the economics of university operations. The position, 1
director of computer services, has recently been vacated by Erik
1 I 1 1 i 6 A. Lj
Management Personnel Accounting, Real Estate, Statutory Corporal*
McWilliams, who is on a year's leave of absence with the Systems & Office Payroll, Insurance, College — WHCU University
Analysis Internal Construction Finance, — Compuf
National Science Foundation. It is expected that an acting 0 K. Wilers
Audit Contracts Properties, — C*L
director of OCS will be appointed in the near future. & Constructor
1 1 1 1 This chart sta
Buildings Construction General Computer Affairs. The #
a Properties Services Services the Universi
N. Desch R M Motyos WB Rogers
C Phillips, Jr.
creation of tr
'v. 12, 1970 CORNELL CHRONICLE 7
Robert A. Rone Assistant to
William D. Jones
Vice Pres. Vice Advisor for Vice Pres.
Soc 9 Envir. Provost Humanities Reseorch
L.C. Carter, Jr. W.K. Kennedy A.Seznec W.D. Cooke
Vice Pres. T
for Arch Arts a Sci. B8PA Engineering Hotel Low
Student W. R.Forrester
Affairs B. Kelly A.E. Kohn H J. Davidson A. Schultz, Jr R.A Beck
W. Barlow, Jr.
Human Vet Nutrition Medicine Nur6ing Grod Sch.
Agri. I BLR
C.E Palm D C. Knopp D.-G. Moore GC.Poppensiek R. H. Barnes Dr. J R. Buchanan E. C.Lontertsen W. D Cooke
SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND CENTERS ACADEMIC SERVICES
W of Trustees (Reporting to the Provost) (Reporting directly to the Provost)
(Reporting to the Provost)
e a hallmark of
— Africono Studies ond Research Center
ctoutlined in a (Reporting to the Vice President for — Society for Humanities — Admissions
Social and Environments Studies) — Registrar
-Center for Environmental Quality Management — Unclassified Students
— Water Resources ond Marine Sciences Center — Summer Sessions and Extramurals
— Museum — COSEP
-Center for International Studies
-Human Affairs Program — Academic aspects of Computing
-Science, Technology and Society Progom — Andrew White Professors ot Large
-Urban Development Research Center
-Center for Quantitative Studies in Economic Management (Reporting to the Vice President for
(Reporting to the Vice Provost) (Reporting to the Vice Provost) Social and Environmental Studies)
-Division of Biological Sciences
-Center for Research in Education - Laboratory of Ornithology — Cornell University Press
(Reporting to the Vice President for Reseorch)
-Laboratory of Plasma Studies (Reporting to the Vice President for Research)
-Laboratory of Nuclear Studies
-Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics -University Libraries
-Materials Science Center
-Center for Rodiophysics and Space Research
-Cornell Reseorch Foundations, Inc.
-Center for Applied Mathematics
This organization chart is that of the University Provost, deputy president and the central administration and further outlines the reporting channels for various
University's chief academic officer. It shows the relationship of the deans to the special centers, programs, academic services and other academic functions.
VICE PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS
Dale R. Corson
Mark Barlow, Jr.
Asst. Vice Pres
Elmer E. Meyer, Jr.
1 1 _L I
University Office Department of Cornell United International Career Guidance 8
Dining Phys. Ed. 8 Health of the University Religious Student Summer Plans Testing
Jl Services Athletics Services Dean of Unions Work Office 8 Placement Center
__ S.R. Ryon R.J. Kane Dr. RW. Alexander EE.Meyer, Jr R N. Loomis W. J. Lewis D B Williams J. L Munschouer H G Andrus
current administrative organization reporting to the Vice President for Student
g pg jurisdiction. Certain changes have taken place within the functioning of Student Affairs. Housing
i of a policy-making function with regard to many aspects of campus life by
f l k f h d f lf b and dining have been separated and housing is now handled by the Office of the Dean of Students.
dd h b d dh h d l d b h Off f h f d
w see ne
'j> ' " s e e * ne deletion of the vice presidency for student affairs and the
* deletion of the vice presidency for student affairs and the Dining is administered directly under the Vice President for Student Affairs. Currently under study
Dining is administered directly under the Vice President for Student Affairs. Currently under study
trS|tion of Vice President for Campus Affairs, reporting to the President with is the structure of Cornell United Religious Work (CURW). The position of business manager b
t / *he administration of those activities for which the Senate has policy-making vacant, Carter V.B. Rice having resigned.
8 CORNELLCHRONICLE Thursday, Nov.12,1970
Safety Division Firearms Policy Stated ours included. Officers investigating arson,
Following is the full text of a statement Petit Larceny — 564 will wear them while on duty for the
given by Lowell T. George, director of the Value of property stolen as reported to University. Our weapons policy relates and especially bombings, or in pursuit of
safety division, before the Public Safety Safety Division — nearly $60,000 directly to the basic objectives of the individuals who have made bomb threats
Committee of the University Senate last We have given much thought to public Division itself. Based on our own can quite likely come in contact with
week relations and bettering the rapport experiences, as well as the experiences of violence prone individuals. Here again we
George, in his statement, described the between students, and our division other law envorcement agencies, we believe a weapon is essential to the officer
general duties and makeup of the division, members of our department frequently believe that Safety Division officers are in the performance of his duties and in
and also dealt at length with th9-firearms speak to student groups. At present we more effective in'protecting lives, property giving him the ability to protect his own
policy of the division He stressed his are working with a group of professors, and themselves if they are properly armed life.
reasons for believing that properly trained students and law enforcement officers and trained in the use of weapons. Firearms are also required by Safety
officers of the division should be armed from other agencies to further this idea Analysis of the type of assignments Division officers because of assignments
while on duty. Training plays an important part in performed by Safety Division officers. I which they receive under the mutual aid
I appreciate the opportunity to speak to Safety Division activities. Last year we believe, underscores our conviction that agreement existing between our Division
you and explain something about the •recorded over 3.500 hours of scheduled the officers must wear firearms if they are and other law enforcement agencies in
Safety Division and how we operate. training of all officers in addition to regular to protect life and property or>campus and the area surrounding Cornell. Under this
We have 105 people in the division: 37 shift training provided by the Sergeants be able to protect themselves as well. agreement those agencies can ask for aid
uniformed police, fire detectives. 44 The statistics mentioned earlier show or assistance from our department These
building guards and the rest are traffic that our campus is the scene of many assignments often involve such things as
controllers and administrative personnel crimes. Thus, it is a rather routine the investigation of burglaries or
of which six are part-time students. Five requirement that a Safety Division officer surveillance for stolen vehicles. Our
students work in the Traffic Division and investigate either a crime-in-progress call officers could not be expected to perform
one as a relief dispatcher. such as robbery, assault, rape, burglary or such duties unless they are properly
The uniformed men are divided into four theft. In such investigations there is armed
shifts The day shift has ten to twelve men always the strong possibility that the I should also comment on the changing
working from 7 am to 5:30 p.m This individual who committed the crime may nature of the college and university
shift has the most men because of the still be on the scene and armed. campus in discussing the need for
many routine tasks they have to perform
and the traffic control responsibilities. The "Based on our own experiences, as well as the experiences of other
rest of the men are divided into three
sections: evening, late and the relief shift. law enforcement agencies, we believe that Safety Division officers
Each of these shifts is comprised of a are more effective in protecting lives, property and themselves if
Sergeant and four patrolmen. There are they are properly armed and trained in the use of weapons."
two patrolmen who augment the night
shifts by working 8 to 4 a.m. Related to crime-in-progress calls are firearms in the Safety Division It must be
The building guards are assigned to 18 the routine patrols of Safety Division obvious that the days of the old campus
different routes, most of which are officers at nighttime on campus. There is cop armed only with a key chain and a
covered from 5 pm to 6 a.m. and always the possibility that such patrols flashlight are no longer with us
Saturday afternoon to Monday morning may come upon a crime in progress For The incidents of crimes of violence on
when buildings are supposedly example, our officers at nighttime patrol university campuses has risen
unoccupied outlying campus buildings where valuable dramatically in recent years just as it has
The Safety Division is charged with LOWELL T.GEORGE equipment is stored and where burglaries in society at large. Campuses often are a
maintaining the safety and well being of Director of Safety Division are not uncommon A firearm is required ' favorite target for the professional and non
all Cornell University students, faculty. in such situations to protect both property professional criminal Because of the open
staff and visitors. When a new officer is appointed, his and possibly the life of the officer himself nature of university campuses, thieves,
The division has the responsibility of first three months in the division are spent As I have mentioned, our officers also burglars, robbers and sexually depraved
preventing crime and the enforcement of entirely in training and with other officers are committed to a great extent during thef| persons are often attracted to such
law and the rules of the University. before he goes on his own daytime to routine patrols and traffic settings. We know, for example, that many
The successful execution of this He has extensive training which control In either of these situations, the thefts committed at this university, as well
responsibility requires Safety Division includes seven weeks of Basic Police officer might suddenly be confronted with as at others, are performed by
personnel to be alert to and cognizant to School at Broome Tech and on-the-job a situation in which he needs a firearm in professional thieves who travel from
any felony. misdemeanor. offense, training. He studies training manuals, order to protect the life of others, property, campus to campus across the country.
infraction or violation of rules committed attends many' training sessions with our or himself. Officers on traffic control These individuals will most often be
by any person within boundaries of the training officers and his duty sergeant assignments stop vehicles every day for armed and we cannot expect Safety
University and to promptly procure the Firearms training is extensive Before the speeding and other traffic violations. Division patrolmen to perform duties that
arrest of the law violator when necessary: officer ever fires a weapon, he attends In each instance they may be taking will bring them into contact with such
their own lives in their hands because the individuals unless the patrolmen are able
person or persons driving the vehicles to protect themselves as well as others.
"The basic purpose of the Safety Division — its patrolmen and
may be armed. Or the person may be a To underscore the unfoctunate increase
building guards — is to protect life and property on campus. " fugitive from justice. I will not bother you in violence on campuses, ours included.
with statistics, but I am sure you are I'll mention a few of the types of situations
when arrest is not necessary, we file sessions covering safety rules and aware of the fact that with increasing we have encountered recently Under
reports with the judicial administrator who regulations, nomenclature of the weapon, frequency police officers in recent months mutual aid our officers recently assisted at
determines if University judicial laws pertaining to the use of the weapon, have been killed in routine traffic control a road block which was-set up to stop a
proceedings should be instituted against training on all of the gear'he carries such situations To date this has not happened vehicle leaving the scene of a burglary.
such offender as the chemical mace, baton, handcuffs, on our campus and hopefully it never will Last year an officer working morning
A large number of our basic functions etc From here he spends several hours on But each time one of our officers traffic at Campus and Central Avenues
are of a routine nature, such as: directing the firing range firing at different types of approaches a vehicle in a moving traffic was dispatched by radio to investigate a
traffic, investigating accidents, targets, single and double action, to violation situation, he must be properly stabbing near Cascadilla Bridge The
transporting ill and injured persons (we include a police combat course which he
reponded to over 1200 such calls last must pass with a minimum score of 70%
year), patrolling parking lots and tagging at least two times.
"A possible end result of such attrition could be the reliance of the
violators, convoying money, unlocking After his probationary period and University on outside police agencies to enforce the law on our
doors for faculty and students, locating appointment, regular in-service training campus."
students for emergency calls from home, continues. He will then attend an 80 hour
locating missing persons, and many other Intermediate Police Training School equipped to defend both himself and assailant of the girl who had been stabbed
types of calls which add up in the There are also special courses for others in the vicinity. was apprehended. No one would have
thousands each year. promotion which must be passed before a Another duty that underscores the need expected an unarmed officer to apprehend
We also have our major crimes 'on the permanent appointment for firearms is the daily transport by Safety the man who attacked the girl Safety
campus which last year alone added up to A number of our officers are presently Division officers of large sums of money to Division officers also recently responded
nearly 1,000. taking courses at Auburn and Tompkins- and from various offices across campus to a burglar alarm at the Campus Store.
Arson — 11 Cortland Community College We have The potential for attempted armed One of three fleeing burglars was
Assault — 17 four men in school at Broome Tech at the robbery in such a situation is very real and apprehended by one of our officers
Bomb Threats — 39 present time. We also have established the Safety Division officers cannot be because he had a weapon in hand The
Burglary — 44 our own library which is freely used by all expected to perform this function unless two other men escaped We learned later,
Criminal Mischief— 141 interested officers they are armed however, that one of the escapees always
Criminal Trespass — 38 I also would like to comment on the As I am sure you are aware, the carried a .45 automatic and the other
Harassment — 42 firearms policy of the Safety Division, incidents of arson and bomb threats have often carried an axe. This group was well
Grand Larceny — 58 which provides that all members of the increased dramatically over the . last known and wanted for burglaries
Auto Thefts — 4 - Division, who have been issued weapons. several years on all university campuses. Continued on Page 9
Thursday, Nov.12,1970 CORNELL CHRONICLE 9
Firearms high percentage of our well
A possible end result of such attrition
or mentally deranged. I should also note
that Safety Division patrolmen frequently
confront individuals who are not of this
buildings are not occupied. They check
the security of buildings on their route and
are alert to fire hazards. They determine if
Continued from Page 8 type We often become involved with individuals in buildings are authorized to
could be the reliance of the University on students who have had one drink too be there. They are alert to any suspicious
throughout the Eastern Coast outside police agencies to enforce the law many or who are becoming overly or unusual activities. Although the
Finally I would like to comment on the on our campus. This, by the way, is a fact
probable effect of a decision to remove of life on many campuses across the
firearms from Safety Division patrolmen I nation The State University of New York.
"We often become involved with students who have had one
do not see how we could reasonably for example, does not permit its Safety drink too many or who are becoming overly enthused with
expect Safety Division patrolmen without Division patrolmen to bear arms. This undergraduate high jinx.
weapons to perform the types of duties recently led to a strike by Safety Division
now assigned to them on this campus. patrolmen at the University of Buffalo after enthused with undergraduate high jinx. uniformed building guards are not armedr
But, if we did, we would find that their two patrolmen were stabbed while trying With such normal people, the fact that a they are still vital to the Division's ability to
effectiveness would be tremendously to apprehend an individual on campus. As Safety Division patrolman is armed has a respond effectively to unlawful activities.
diminished and their ability to protect the a result of that strike, the university has considerable deterrent effect on his Each guard carries a two-way radio and
lives of others, property and their own agreed not to ask its patrolmen to become response to the patrolman. The weapon can quickly notify the Division
lives would be seriously curtailed. The involved in actual or potential crimes need not be brought into play, its mere headquarters of suspicious events. Such
presence will calm the individual, thus calls are immediately investigated by
often saving him from serious violations of Safety Division patrolmen in patrol cars
the law. who can be on the scene in a matter of a
"... the days of the old campus cop armed with only a key chain
few minutes. Radio reports from guards
and a flashlight are no longer with us." To complete my description of the
have on several occasions prevented
Safety Division. I should also discuss the
thefts in progress. Thus, the building
functions performed by our building
guards are an essential element of the
effect on the morale of the Safety Division when such events occur. guards.
Division's overall program.
would be disastrous I am convinced, Most of my remarks have described I mentioned earlier that we have 44 In closing let me mention again that the
since we pay salaries that are only situations in which Safety Division guards who are assigned to follow various basic purpose of the Safety Division — its
competitive with other law enforcement patrolmen would come in contact with routes around the campus particularly patrolmen and building guards — is to
agencies in the area, that we would lose a individuals who are professional criminals during periods of the day when many protect life and property on campus.
Biological Sciences DiV. Cockroaches to Humans
Offers Computer Time Camhi Studying Nerves
The entire. Cornell community will be able to purchase time on a The nervous system is Camhi explained that he is If the animal accidentally rolls
new computer the Division of Biological Sciences is having installed probably the most ancient and working "on systems in locusts onto his back the same tap on
on the second floor of Stimson Hall. The computer is expected to be widely used communications which resemble the situation of a the back will result in a different
in operation by February 1. network in existence. yet sleeping mother waking to the response. Instead of trying to
The unit, an Interactive Computing Facility using the FOCAL research into this dynamic faint cry of her infant in another escape, the roach will try to
computer language, however, will be primarily for use by students in control mechanism has room, while sleeping through move toward the irritating object
the Division's- new course to be offered during the Spring term, progressed only within recent thunderous snores originating and "roll over" onto his legs.
entitled "Biological Sciences 106, An Introduction to Algebraic years. nearby. Something 'sets her Apparently a switching
Computing Languages for Students of Biological Sciences." Researchers here are on their mind' to attend to special mechanism is at work in the
"The computing facility, though very small," said Hdward C. way to understanding, for the stimuli." roach which permits it to react to
Howland. its faculty supervisor and assistant professor of first time, many aspects of the Camhi has recently been
neurobiology and behavior, "represents a radical and I think miniature switchboard of signals awarded $35,000 by the
innovative departure in introducing computing in the undergraduate that direct the behavior of National Institutes of Health
curriculum. It will be Cornell's first on-line time sharing system open animals and the thinking of men. (NIH) for this study. He is
to the entire University community " According to Jeffrey M. Camhi, working to discover that certain
Time on the computer will be variables. The smaller the assistant professor of "something which governs
sold in periods of one half hour at program, the more variables may neurobiology and behavior, the selective attention.
the rate of $2.50 a period. be stored, and vice versa. While problem of "attention" is one Using the locust as an
Students in Bio. Sci. 106 will the user space is restricted, it is that is similar, in many respects, experimental model. Camhi and
have five hours free computer nonetheless capable of handling among most forms of animal, his associate Maija Hinkle have
time as part of their course. a variety of non-trivial problems. including man. traced the nervous pathways that
Howland gave the following are "selected" when this animal
detailed description of. the is in flight.
computer and its use: ,
"Blocks of computing'.tickets
Two Cornell Engineers They have found that a
network of nerve cells in the
may be purchased from the
facility by any course chairman in
Seeking Trucking Safety central nervous system of locusts
acts as a switch not only to turn
the University. Sale of time in Many tractor-trailer drivers When a driver applies the on the flight muscles of the
this fashion will be limited to two- who have survived the harrowing brakes of his vehicle, the total wings, but also to control the
thirds of the machine's capacity experience of having their vehicle braking effort is normally divided posturing of other parts of the
The remaining time will be sold jackknife on them say they could in fixed proportions among the body. These same nerve cells are
on an over-the-counter basis sense when it was about to various axles. A braking switched to other activities, such
JEFFREY M. CAMHI
with such sales being restricted happen procedure which improves as respiration and eating, when Studies Nervous System
during peak periods to insure With this idea in mind, a pair of braking performance of the truck the locust is not flying.
that the system is not Cornell engineers has launched a involves distributing the total The efficiency of this small the same stimulus in different
overloaded. All users of the study to determine if a machine braking effort to the axles insect's flight is believed to be far ways, depending on whether he
facility will be charged the same can be built which can sense the according to the weight on each superior to the efficiency of any is right side up or upside down.
price regardless of divisional or critical moment before a tractor- axle other aircraft including the He has shown that the animal
college affiliation. There will be trailer jackknifes. The researchers use a'irplane. This locust, of Egyptian "knows" he is upside down only
no priority system with regard to mathematical equations which plague fame, has been known to by virtue of the loss of contact
The researchers, Allan I.
utilization of tickets — all simulate the motion of a tractor- fly over a thousand miles non between his feet and the ground.
Krauter and Donald L. Bartel.
reservations will be made on a trailer so that no real vehicles are stop. He is now studying the system of
both assistant professors of
first come, first served basis. needed for testing at Cornell "Such switches" stated Camhi how this insect sets its nervous
mechanical engineering, said
Reservations will be made by However, actual tests on trucks "are probably very common in system to respond in opposite
that if such a sensing device can
placing one part of a two part which substantiate results the nervous system, although ways to the same stimulus,
be developed, it could be used to
ticket, on a reservations peg obtained mathematically have perhaps they seldom appear so depending upon what his feet tell
improve the safety of truck
board in public view. been made. dramatically as in the behavior of him.
operations. It is also possible,
they said, that an anti-jackknifing A necessary part of future animals." Camhi joked about wishing to
Each user will have available a
control might be conceived. research will be to study the Camhi found that if he taps the know what mechanisms he
partition of about 1000 words
interaction between the truck back of the Madagasar two-inch might use to keep the students'
for program and variable storage. The engineers' project on
driver and his vehicle. The cockroach when it is on its feet, attention "tuned" to his lectures.
This amounts to a space jackknifing vehicles is part of a
engineers will try to see if they the roach assumes that a "Ultimately," he said "we would
sufficient to hold a FOCAL larger program aimed at
can simulate how a driver reacts predator is attacking and will like to know how man's brain
program of the equivalent of improving the braking
in any given dangerous driving attempt to move away from the solves these very same
about fifty FORTRAN statements performance and controlability of
situation. source of irritation and scurry off. problems."
with ten or fifteen stored trucks.
10 CORNELL CHRONICLE Thursday, Nov. 12, 19/0
Chronicle Comment is a forum of opinion for students, staff, and employes Comment may be addressed Cold Weather Thefts
to Arthur W Brodeur. editor, Cornell Chronicle. 110 Day Hall. Ithaca. NY 14850. With the resumption of classes and campus activities following
Editor's Note: Following are is over its own vocal cords, and Committee on Freedom of Citizenship Recess, the number of thefts reported to the Safety
two letters submitted to the you have shown that the real Speech and Access to the Division increased dramatically last week. The arrival of cold and wet
Cornell Chronicle They are both power for decision making still Campus. Unfortunately many weather probably accounted for the large number of coats and
copies of letters addressed to resides in Day Hall Cornell Senators, as many jackets stolen from dining facilities and other locations around
University President Dale R. Your action, perhaps most Americans, will automatically campus.
Corson. harmfully. is short-sighted assume that "the President has Also reported were an increased number of thefts from parked cars:
Dear President Corson: because it weakens the Senate the best answers ' —A first year law student
I find it most regrettable and which held the hopes for real and Secondly. I would like to discovered the battery of his car, Personnel Priority
disappointing that I must write e f f e c t i v e community
register my objection to the fact
which was parked in the Hughes The University's Personnel
this letter so soon after the birth government To be effective, you that when the final decision was Hall lot. stolen yesterday. The department will use this column
of the University Senate, but your pointed out in your opening battery, valued at $ 1 5, was taken
made by the University Executive sometime Sunday night or periodically to announce
action regarding the Senate's remarks to the Senate, the
Committee, no member of the Monday morning information that is of special
recommendation to lift the ban Senate would require support Senate or any other member of
—An agriculture sophomore's interest to Cornell employes.
affecting C. David Burak '67 from all the interests within the the Cornell Community other Classes in beginning basic
listening pleasure was limited
threatens its very existence and Cornell community, and Mr than administrators were when 20 stereo tapes were e l e c t r o n i c s a n d basic
effectiveness. President. I trust you included
present. The final decision that stolen from his car parked in the mathematics are being organized
It is not my intention in this yourself within that community was handed down at 2:00 p.m. Lynah-Teagle lot Saturday. The by the Personnel Department.
letter to reiterate the reasons If the members of our
was. in effect, impossible to missing tapes were valued at Classes will be held twice a week
why I personally believe that the constituency are to feel that they reconsider since all members of $120 from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. with the
ban should be rescinded The can work through the Senate the administration were
—Thieves also struck in the
cost of the program shared
question of whether you proceed they will have to feel that the scheduled to begin meetings Straight parking lot. where they equally by the employe's
against an individual before or Senate has the power to act with the Trustees at that precise took a tape deck, two stereo department and the Personnel
speakers and FM radio from a
after an act of disruption has effectively and fairly, and have all time. I know that I. and other Department.
factions abide by its decisions. It junior's car last Wednesday.
been a problem which political members of the Cornell Senate, —Four people reported their For further information contact
and legal philosophers have long would be a worthless exercise of
attempted to contact you and cars had been damaged over the Mrs. Florence Blanchard. x6-
argued self-government to have those
other members of the Cornell week; a convertible top and two 4953.
who disagree with "Senate
What concerns me now is the Administration with the same windows and a radio antenna The following non-academic,
legislation promptly express their
future of the University Senate inevidable reply "I'm sorry but were broken all together. classified promotions were
disagreement and then to act —Clothing thefts reached announced:
which held the hopes for so he will be in a meeting all
contrary to community epidemic proportions, as thieves
many of us who desired a viable afternoon ' Fairfax Gouldin—Senior Clerk
sentiment I regret to say that apparently began to feel the
governing process by which the to Principal Clerk, Career Center:
your action in regard to Mr November chill Four jackets
Cornell community could control I am sure that you had reasons
Burak's ban from our campus were taken from dining rooms Mary Deeley—Administrative
its own affairs. What distresses for making the decision that you Aide to Executive Secretary,
reflects this exercise. Deference and coat racks around campus.
me is the apparent view held by did. I have read the text of your Buildings and Properties:
must be paid- to the Senate by all —Popcorn was the cause of a
the administration of this . October 22 letter to Bill White minor fire in North Campus Geraldine Patterson—Senior
members of the community,
university which would place the and they do not adequately Dorm No. 9 last week, when an Architecture: Howard Hair
unless extraordinarily impossible,
Senate in the same role which answer my objections but then, I electric popper caused the — Electronics Technician to
if we are to succeed in
the long-dead Student am sure there are other Senators cooking oil in the popper to Hair—Electronics Technician to
establishing an alternative to
Government played for so many who would support your action ignite The resident adviser put Electronics Technician Trainee,
confrontation as a method of
years. You will recall that on the basis of their beliefs. out the fire with an extinguisher, Chemistry Department: Janet
making policy and was treated for minor burns Anderson—Library Assistant 1 to
administrations traditionally Therefore, I will not outline my
payed deference to the Student I believe that you desire as we objections here, because of at Sage Infirmary
Library Assistant II, University
Government when it agreed with all do a workable and meaningful space limitations. All I can say is —A less cpmprehensible theft
Libraries: V. Gary
the policy of the administration governing structure It requires, that I believe that you bowed to occurred last week when a Davenport — Research
and ignored it when it disagreed. member of Kappa Alpha
then, more than speeches and the wishes of the University
fraternity reported that the 8 by 5 Technician to Technical
Whether this is your pleas to carry this goal to fruition Council and the Trustees rather foot flag emblazoned'* with the A s s o c i a t e . Chemistry
philosophy or not. Mr. President, Paying deference to the one body than the opinion of the Cornell letters "KA " was "stolen Department: Carrie
your action of October 23 gave which represents all community Community as expressed by the sometime on November 7. Hagin—Senior Clerk to Principal
many that impression interests seems to be a small Senate. —A grad student trustingly left Clerk, Personnel Department;
Under the constitution of the price to pay for a legitimate his portable typewriter on the Gertrude Kopp—Senior Clerk to
University Senate you have the governing process. I suppose the major reason rack outside the Ivy Room last Principal Clerk. Personnel
right to veto Senate Robert C. Gottlieb 72 that I am displeased is the fact Thursday, and the $55 machine Department; Marguerite
was promptly stolen.
recommendations, and I so Senate Representative that I strenously disagree with Gigliello — Administrative
—A sophomore returned to his Secretary to Senior
recognize. Allow me. however, to your decision But I am also North Campus Dorm No 10
express my opinion that by Dear President Corson: extremely disturbed by your Administrative Secretary, Athletic
room to find he had been robbed
exercising this perogative in this I am very much dismayed, if hypocrisy. You have indicated of nearly $600 worth of Department.
case you have committed an not very outraged, at your that you wish to work with the equipment, including a KLH Also: Violet
unwise, condescending, and previous decision to flatly reject
Senate and wished it's success. stereo and an electric typewriter Shepardson—Administrative
shortsighted act. the Senate recommendation Secretary to Senior
In Bill White's letter you stated
Your action is unwise because with regard to the C. David Burak
it precipitates confrontation and case I do not question your
unrest when it could and should "right" to make this decision nor
that "I welcome any thoughts
and advice from the Senate on I Contest Winner
The Cornell Chronicle is g
Administrative Secretary. Center
for Research in Education;
have been avoided. Mr. Burak the "right" of the University to how the University can protect •;••: pleased to announce that
itself from outsiders who persist >:•: Bernard D. Nathan. Arts Secretary to Administrative
promised that he would not ban C. David Burak. What I do Secretary. Center for Research in
disrupt the Tabor speech but you strenously object to is the utter in disruptive activities." The j | 72 of 311 Lyon Hall is the
chose instead to make him a contempt with which you and sentence, if analyized clearly, :•:•: winner of this year's
symbol of the University's power your administration have treated reveals clearly what your view ;••:• Chronicle Halloween I Allen—Department Secretary to
to deny the civil rights to whom it the Senate and individual was.
desires. I believe. Mr. Corson. Senators who have expressed a
F u r t h e r m o r e . t h e - •:•:: contest.
implication is clear that you will :* Nathan correctly
I Administrative Secretary,
Sociology Department; Marilla
Stevens—Account Clerk to
that the Senate would have concern not work with the Senate if it ;:•: identified the "Happy Senior Clerk. Alumni Records;
supported legal action by the First of all. your (October 22) ever comes to a point of :•:• Face" carried on the front Elizabeth Adams—Account Clerk
university if Mr. Burak had gone letter to Bill White, chairman of
disagreement. And that is your :•:• page of last week's to Senior Clerk, Alumni Records;
back on his word and had the Executive Committee was •:•: Chronicle as that of Carol Sauter—Library Assistant I
created a disturbance in violation read to the Senate. I do not know "right." But please do not make :|i; Burnham Kelly, dean of the
to Library Assistant II, University
of law anymore statements on how you £:• College of Architecture, Art
what your intentions were, but Libraries; Edgar C.
wish the Senate well or want •:•: and Planning.
Your action is unwise because the letter had a clear effect of Parker—Farmer to Motor Vehicle
advice. If you and your :•:• Nathan has asked that §: Operator I, Animal Science;
you have in essence told the attempting.to dissuade individual
administration adhere to the •:•: his free a n n u a I •£
Senators who have spent many Senators from voting as we did. I Richard L Beebe—Laboratory
"Dean Deane" principle: :•:•: subscription be mailed to :•:•
long hours trying to have the do not question your "right" to Assistant to Animal Technician.
"Whether or not the Senate
collective decision making speak out on an issue as I do not :•£ his grandfather, Samuel P. £•: A n i m a l Science; Mary
votes 'yes' or no' on an issue is
process succeed that such a question the "right" of Spiro ::•:; Wilson. of Cleveland •:•;O'Connell—Stenographer to
like telling me that the Senators
process if ok. as long as the final Agnew to speak out on issues. ;i|: Heights. Ohio, a member :£ Administrative Secretary,
like strawberries" at least have
decision reflects the views of the What I think that you must be $ of the Class of 1917. j$ Agriculture—Dean's Office;
the honesty to admit it.
administration The Senate has aware of is the sheer prestige of :•:• The Cornell Chronicle is i;:|: Claude Ames—Experimental
been placed in a position of a your office By your action, you •:•: glad to comply with :•:•; Animal Caretaker to Livestock
representative debate society in have seriously prejudged the Jack Fei :$ Nathan's wishes. $
•• Superintendent. Veterinary
which the only power it really has findings of the Senate Cornell Senate ^ ^ College
Thursday, Nov. 12,1970 CORNELL CHRONICLE 11
ILR's 25th Architecture Report Homecoming
Continued from Page 7 Continued from Page 1
labor history and ILR professor, "may well afford new insights into the first years of the design program
role of Jane Addams in the American Association for Labor should be broadened and the
Legislation as well as in the International Association for Labor demands of the specific area of
Legislation." design be reduced. Other course
Catherwood commented later that the "discoveries of the Addams material would be integrated in
letters dramatizes the often overlooked importance of libraries as the design program, under the
sources of new scholarship." committee proposal, and a
In dedicating the library in Catherwood's name. ILR School Dean greater emphasis would be
David G Moore said: placed on team project work in
"I am privileged to participate give a preview of those design, dealing with real
in honoring a man who "colleagues who may well be situations under expert guidance
contributed more to building the present at the Schools fiftiety from individuals in various fields.
ILR School than any other single anniversary celebration in 1995. Because Cornell has a tradition
person. As such, he symbolizes of excellence in architectural
all of those who. over the past design and because design is
twenty-five years, have shaped Three Faculty fundamental to the education of
and strengthened the School, architects. the committee
adding to its prestige both in this Win Honors emphasized in its report that the
country and abroad, building its Honors for outstanding present assets of the design
academic reputation, and contributions were bestowed program should be preserved.
helping others to understand its upon Wendell G Earle and John Changes within the design
complex and difficult educational G. Seeley, two professors in the program were suggested,
and research mission." College of Agriculture. John however, such as reducing the
Catherwood. after receiving his Kirkpatrick. former professor of demands of design, especially in
doctorate in business music at Cornell, has also been the first years of study;
management at Cornell in 1930. awarded for his recent recording integrating other material into
was a member of the faculty of of the "Concord Sonata" by course study; increasing the
the Department of Agricultural Charles Ives. student-teacher ratio (which now
Economics until becoming New Earle. professor of marketing, is T 5:1); and increasing the use
York State Commissioner of of the project approach
Commerce in 1941. He served in Award"
was awarded the "First Dozen
of the National "The scope and complexity of
that post until 1947 when he Association of Food Chains
was named Dean of the ILR Seeley. a nationally known plant
architecture are such that many
different talents are required,
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of music, theatrical and athletic
School. In 1958 he was named 'scientist, was elected a Fellow of Continued from Page 2
representing different interests events. In Bailey Hall starting at
to his present position. He is also the American Society for and backgrounds." the 8:30 p.m. "The Sherwoods" a result in forfeiture of access to
a member of the University's^ Horticultural Science. . committee report said. Based on male-student singing group, will the campus. His subsequent
Board of Trustees. the broad scope of the field, the sing a number of traditional actions at the June 8. 1970
Responding to the dedication Kirkpatrick received the Edison committee suggested an works in a program entitled "Fall commencement constituted
of the library. Catherwood said. Award — the highest yearly increased flexibility in the Tonic." such a violation and resulted in
"I am appreciative of the fact my award given for a recording in program that would make it The 1970-71 version of the decision to prohibit him from
name will have a place in the role the Netherlands. He is now easier to accept transfers into the Cornell hockey mania will begin campus for an indefinite period.
of the school in the future." professor of music and curator of field at the end of two years of officially at 8 p.m. in Lynah Rink The University issued a clear,
The library which 'was started the Charles E. Ives Collection at undergraduate study and when the varsity and freshman written warning on 12 June
in 1945 with a single volume is Yale University. His recording broadening the options for those hockey teams face off against 1970 to Mr. Burak advising him
now the largest and most was also nominated for the who want to specialize in each other in their season of the ban and stating that he
comprehensive university library "Grammy" award and received different areas at the end of four opening warmup game. would be arrested and
in the labor field It has more honorable mention from Stereo years of study in the architectural Friday, Saturday and Sunday
prosecuted if he came on the
than five million documents Review magazine. He taught at program. nights there will be
campus. On 16 September the
dealing with industrial and labor Cornell from 1948-1968. Noting that several good performances of "A Long Day's
warning was repeated to him
relations. In addition there are orally when he appeared on
Earle was cited for his many architectural schools have Journey Into Night" on the stage
another 100.000 books on the campus. He remained and the
valuable services to the Food concentrated their architectural of the Willard Straight Hall
subject and 100.000 pamphlets. violation of the ban on that
Industry of America and programs entirely on the Theater with curtain time at 8:15
occasion led to the charge of
A program retracing the especially, his contributions to graduate level, the committee p.m.
criminal trespass against him.
schools 25-year history since its the Home Study Course recommended the continuation The film "Coming Apart" will
That charge is still pending in
quonset-hut beginnings was Program, a correspondence of a strong professional be shown at 7 and 9:15 p.m.
court and it is my understanding
presented by the school's first course for the food industry. He undergraduate study program at Friday and Saturday nights in
that the court will take action on
two full-time faculty 'rriembers. was also noted for his extended Cornell; which would also make Alice Statler Auditorium.
the trespass charge only after
Neufeld and Jean T. McKelvey. efforts towards the development courses in architecture available
Mr. Burak has served a current
both professors of industrial and of an annual study entitled "The to other students in the architectural studies at Cornell, sentence imposed on him by the
labor relations Operating Results of Good University. the committee suggested that court for having violated an
Among the many dignitaries Chains." and the quarterly report The committee pointed out new faculty members be chosen earlier conditional discharge and
present were the widow and son on grocery distribution centers. that Cornell already attracts top with foresight in relation to for having disrupted the June
of the late Senator Irving M. Ives. level high school students who emerging programs in the field 1970 commencement.
founder and first dean of the Seeley, a nationally known are highly motivated towards as well as to the broadening of
school. His widow, Mrs. Marion plant scientist, was elected a becoming professional the program in design. Accordingly, as long as legal
Ives. lives in Norwich. NY., and Fellow of the American Society architects. proceedings against Mr. Burak
The committee also
his son George, a graduate of the for Horticultural Science. Seeley Because many of the best are pending, the University's
recommended that the
Cornell Law School, is chairman was recognized for his undergraduates in architecture decision to deny him access to
architecture program seek joint
of the National Mediation Board outstanding contributions to go on to post-graduate the campus will necessarily
appointments, both for increased
in Washington. DC horticultural science and for specializations, the committee remain in effect.
breadth in subject matter and in
Also present was William B. activities in furthering the proposed a strengthening and Sincerely.
economy, and that adjunct
Grout. Jr.. Justice, Supreme Society's objectives. broadening of graduate Dale R. Corson
professorships be set up for
Court of the State of New York, specializations and, in general, a President
Seeley is the eleventh teachers who have a heavy
who was also instrumental in greater development of alternate architectural practice
Cornellian honored by the 1,500
helping found the ILR School. He programs for architectural commitment. CAREERS CALENDAR
told of listening to Senator Ives students after their fourth year of Members of the committee
organization dedicated to Nov. 12 —
discuss his dream of establishing study. In this direction a new that prepared the architectural
such a school while they walked furthering the science of graduate field has already Northwestern Business
floriculture and ornamental report are: Burnham Kelly, School.
along 48th Street in New York opened up in the history of chairman; Tom E. Davis,
City wrien they were young men. horticulture. architecture and urban Nov. 13 — Chicago Law
professor of economics; Harry
Cornell President Dale R. development, and a new field in School, SUNY Binghamton
For his contributions in Levin, professor of psychology;
Corson described the School as research and education. Seeley urban design has been proposed Business School.
Walter R. Lynn, professor of
"one of Cornell's most previously received the Leonard It was also suggested that the Nov. 17 — University of
distinguished innovations in H. Vaughan Memorial Award of field of architectural science Virginia Law School.
engineering; James O.Mahoney.
education." might beneficially become a joint Nov. 18 — NYU
the American Society for professor of art; Kermit C.
Neufeld concluded the evening Horticultural Science and the field with planning and Business School, Boston
Parsons, professor of city and
by asking the 24 ILR faculty and Foundation engineering. University Law School.
for Floriculture regional planning; and Charles
staff members present born Award of the Society of Nov. 19 — Columbia
In keeping with the idea of W Pearman. associate professor
since 1935 to please stand to Business School.
12 CORNELLCHRONICLE Thursday, Nov. 12, 1970
Tuesday, November 17 7 & 9:30 p.m. "Film. Battle of Algiers. Cornell Cinema,
11:15 a.m. Baker Lectureship. S.I. Weismann, sponsor Statler Auditorium.
Calendar Washington University. St. Louis, Missouri. Spectroscopy
and Chemical Kinetics. Baker 119.
7 p.m. Art Expo and Auction, with preview before
7:30 p.m. "Gymnastics. Brockport State. Teagle Hall.
7:30 p.m. "Car Rallye: Alice in Rallyeland II.
(registration, 6:30 p.m. at B Lot; pre-registration: 11 a.m-
2 p.m., November 18. 19. 20 in Willard Straight Lobby).
November 12-22 auction. Hillel Foundation, sponsor One World Room,
Anabel Taylor Hall. Cornell Sports Car Club, sponsor. B Lot
7:30 p.m. Lecture. Energy Production: Or Is It Spelled 8:15 p.m. "Concert. Cornell University Glee Club,
conducted by David Buttolph. Bailey Hall.
Thursday, November 12 Pollution? Cyril Comar. director. Laboratory of Radiation
Biology, sponsor Environmental Law Society. Room D,
11:15 a m . Baker Lectureship. S.I. Weismann (see
Myron Taylor Hall. Saturday, November 21
Nov 10). Baker 119
4 p.rri. Lecture "The Occult Revival in America: 8 p.m. "Cornell Duplicate Bridge Tournament. Sage 7 & 9:15 p.m. "Films. The World of Henry Orient and
Hall Cafeteria. The Party (see Nov. 20). Ives 1 20.
Witchcraft, Satanism and Astrology" Marcello Truzzi,
assistant professor of Sociology. University of Michigan. 8 p.m. Lecture. Existentialism and Christianity. Arthur 7 & 9:30 p.m. "Film. Battle of Algiers (see Nov. 20)
Holmes, professor and chairman, department of Statler Auditorium
Interdepartmental Program in Social Psychology and
philosophy. Wheaton College. Wheaton, Illinois. Graduate 8 p.m. "Varsity Hockey Western Ontario. Lynah
Personality, sponsor. Stimson G-25.
Christian Forum, sponsor. Ives 110. Rink.
4-6 p.m Colloquium. "Topics in Technology
Assessment, Environment and the Law." Milton Katz. 8:15 p.m. Festival of Contemporary Music. Chamber 8:15 p.m. "Varsity Polo. Myopia Polo Club, Boston,
professor of law and director of international studies. Music by Robert Palmer and Hall Overton. Robert Bloch, Mass. Cornell Riding Hall
Harvard University. Sponsored by the Program on violin; George Green, viola; John Hsu. cello; Malcolm
Science. Technology and Society Olin Hall " M " Bilson. piano; Jerome Coller. piano Barnes Hall Sunday, November 22
Auditorium. 11 am Sage Chapel service. Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn,
4:30 p.m. Lecture. "Hermeneutics and Poetry" Hans
national director, B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation,
Georg Gadmaer. professor of Philosophy. Heidelberg. The Wednesday, November 18 Washington. D.C.
Society for the Humanities, sponsor Ives 110. 4:30 p m Food Science Seminar Mechanism of 4 p.m. Concert. Donald Paterson, organ. Barnes Hall
8 p.m. Cornell Duplicate Bridge Tournament. Sage Hall Penetration of Bacteria Into Eggs of Gallus Gallus, Auditorium.
Cafeteria. presented by Elaine M Wedral, Graduate Student, 6:30 p.m. Lecture. Rabbi Benjamin M Kahn (see 1 1
8:15 p.m. Festival of Contemporary Music. Concert. Cornell Auditorium, Stocking Hall. a.m.). Hillel Foundation, sponsor. One World Room.
Eugene Rousseau, saxophone, and Joseph Rezits. piano. 7:30 p.m. "Exhibition Basketball. The Harlem Anabel Taylor Hall.
Barnes Hall Auditorium Globetrotters. Cornell Lacrosse Club, sponsor. Barton
8:15 p.m Biology Colloquium. "The Evolution of Hall. Exhibits
Proteins." John Maynard Smith, professor and dean. Thursday, November 19 ANDREW DICKSON WHITE MUSEUM OF ART.
School of Biological Sciences, University of Sussex. Ives 11:15 a.m. Baker Lectureship (final lecture in the Gaston Lachaise. Bronze Sculptures and Drawings
120. series). S.I. Weismann (see Nov. 17). Baker 119. (closes Dec. 10); Prints for Purchase (November 18-
8:15 p.m. "University Theatre Series. Long Day's 4 p.m Film Companeras and Companeros, a December 13). Hours: Tuesday through Saturday. 11
Journey Into Night (see Nov. 1 3) documentary about Cuban youth. Latin American a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, 1-5 p.m.; closed Monday.
8:30 p.m 'Magic Show. Black Magic. Andre Kole. Program, sponsor Statler Auditorium JOHN M. OLIN LIBRARY: Rare Book Room. Gallery
Illusionist. Campus Crusade for Christ, sponsor. Bailey 4:30 p.m. Lecture. Significant Science Results From and Lower Level: AbrahanxOrtelius and the First Modern
Hall. Apollo 11 and 12. Noel Hinners. head. Lunar Exploration Atlas of the World, Antwerp 1570 (closes Nov. 22);
Department, Bellcomm, Inc.. Washington. DC. Center for History of Science Collections: Suspension Bridges
Friday, November 13 Radiophysics and Space Research, sponsor. Rockefeller (opened November 9),
8 p.m. Lecture. "Jews and the Left." Werner J. B URIS LIBRARY: Costume Designs by Doug Marmee.
Dannhauser, assistant professor Government. Hillel 4:30 p.m. Festival of Contemporary Music. Lecture- Department of Theatre Arts. 1969-1970.
Foundation, sponsor. One World Room, Anabel Taylor demonstration: Jazz. .Hall Overton Barnes Hall TAMMANY (Risley College). Exhibit and sale of prints
Hall. and graphics from Roten Galleries, Baltimore. Through
7 & 9:15 p.m. 'Film. Coming Apart Cornell Cinema, 4:30 p.m. Microbiology Seminar. Mycoplasma November. Hours: 7-12 p.m. daily.
sponsor Statler Auditorium. vaccines. Dr. Laurence B. Senterfit, department of STATLER BALLROOM and West Lounge. Annual
8:15 p.m. "University Theatre Series Long Day's microbiology, Cornell University Medical College. 204 Cornell University Laboratory Equipment Exhibition.
Journey Into Night. University Theater. Willard Straight November 17, 1970: 9 a.m-7:30 p.m. November 18,
Hall. 1970: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
8:30 p.m "Fall Weekend Concert. Traffic. 8 p.m. "Cornell Duplicate Bridge Tournament. Sage
Interfraternity Council, sponsor. Barton Hall. Hall Cafeteria.
Saturday, November 14 Friday, November 20 Attendance at all events is limited to the approved
11:30 a.m. Varsity Soccer Dartmouth. Upper Alumni 4:30 p.m. University Lecture. Wolfgang Iser. professor seating capacity of the hall.
Field of English and Comparative Literature. University of
Konstanz. Germany. Indeterminancy and the Reader's Items for the Cornell Chronicle Calendar should be
11:30 a.m. Lightweight Football Navy. Lower Alumni submitted to the Office of the Secretary of the University,
Field. Response in Prose Fiction: Fie/ding. Thackeray. Joyce.
Beckett. Ives 110. 312 Day Hall, at least one week prior to publication of
11:45 a.m. "Homecoming Alumni Luncheon. Cornell
University Glee Club. Barton Hall. 7 & 9 p.m. "Films. The World of Henry Orient (at 7 the Chronicle. The Calendar is prepared by the Office of
p.m.); and The Party (at 9:15 p.m.) Cornell Cinema, the Secretary and the Office of Public Information. 110
1:30 "Varsity Football. Dartmouth. Schoellkopf Field Day Hall.
sponsor. Ives 120.
4:30 p.m. "Gymnastics. Dartmouth Teagle Hall
7 & 9:15 p.m "Film Coming Apart (see Nov. 13).
8 pm. "Varsity Hockey. Varsity vs. Frosh Lynah Rink.
8:15 p m "Concert Fall Tonic The Injunaires of
Dartmouth; The Vassar G-Strmgers: The Sherwoods of
Cornell; and The Notables of Cornell. Bailey Hall
8:15 p.m "University Theatre Series Long Day's
Journey Into Night (see Nov. 8)
8:15 p m "Varsity Polo Alumni All Stars. Cornell
Sunday, November 15
11 a.m. Sage Chapel service The Reverend Paul W.
Rahmeier. Chaplain, Dartmouth College, Hanover. New
4 p.m Festival of Contemporary Music David Burge.
piano. Barnes Hall Auditorium
8 p.m. Lecture Education in the Kibbutz: Can It Create
A New Personality? Moshe Kerem (Murray Weingarten),
author of Life In A Kibbutz. Hillel Foundation, sponsor.
Founders Room, Anabel Taylor Hall.
Monday, November 16
4:30 pm. Festival of Contemporary Music Infor ial
Concert: Contemporary Chamber Music Students and
faculty of the Music Department Barnes Hall Auditorium.
8 1 5 p.m. Biology and Society Lecture Series. The
Biology of Man. On Growth: Facts and Fancies About
Cloning Plans and People. Frederick C Steward. Charles
A Alexander Professor of Biological Sciences; director.
Laboratory for Cell Physiology, Growth and Development.