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Vol. DELPHIAN XXVI— No. 18 • . i •, • , i . r\LM.'l-l 1 1 11 U 1 * 1 T I H '. * ' .- . i ** V 1 1 ! 1 / I !I -•bAN< ^O MARATHON Wednesday, March 3f 1976 fiatt fin CjtV N,V j JL—,—L.I.; . \ M is3sftiSiir ^ • | H " J i l l I mm GARKN cn Y, hmviw* iiia.u) • nancial Aid Undergoes Major Revisions BY BARBARA DENT in Malcolm X and Che Guevara addition to the Trustee Vice President. Costello ex- Effective September 1976, will were not done in isolation, but as achievement based program. plained, "The chief function of be a revised f i n a n c i a l aid part of a complete review and After consideration of the the Financial Aid Office is the program at Adelphi University. major revisions in the total proposal by the Loan and allocation of huge resources of As a result of this revision, financial aid program. Scholarship Committee, the the University, and that is a Malcolm X and Che Guevara "Also, the situation for Office of Financial Aid, the function which comes out of the Scholarships will be phased out students receiving Malcolm X University Council, and the Offi ce of the Vice President. after having been in existence for and Che Guevara awards is now Board of Trustees, the following Since the Financial Aid Office seven years at A.U. different from when the program revisions were put into effect: has closer relationships with the The current f i n a n c i a l aid began. Then, little or no outside program for 1975-76 includes four money was availabe for really Revisions major categories of awards. needy students. Now, federal and That there be one system of financial aid for needy 1. These categories are scholar- state programs help con- students, and that need be the sole criteria. ships based solely on siderably for low-income . That all students participating in the system of achievement; scholarships based families. Adelphi needs a on achievement and financial program which allows it to take financial aid for needy students be required to participate in all state and federal programs— Robert Robinson. (DELPHIAN need; athletic awards based advantage of these outside staff photo) solely on performance; and sources, and get as much money within the limits of the law—prior to receiving upon need. "The criteria in all grants based solely on financial from them as possible to help our Adelphi University funds. cases are clear, objective and I need. needy students." That it be the aim of the financial aid staff to limit to think, fair," said Costello. Malcolm X and Che Guevara The basic review of the $750. per year and $3,000. for a period of four years Problem Cited In Need Program Scholarships are the two need f i n a n c i a l aid program was the packaged loan indebtedness of an individual Some of the problems cited in based grants which are ad- initiated because Adelphi was not ministered by the African- meeting some of the federal student. the present need based financial American Studies Department in government's 4 Recognizing the potential recruitment value of guidelines. aid program were that there specifically named scholarships for minority existed no clearly stated criteria conjunction with the Office of In a letter to President which could be used to ad- students, that every minority student receiving aid minister the aid objectively; under the system for needy students be named a students were not required to Malcolm X or Che Guevara Scholar. participate fully in all publicly (It was suggested that individual students be given subsidized programs, such as the option of being so designated.) grants, work and loans; and That there be an achievement scholarship program distribution of financial aid to for full-time transfer students who: minority students was uneven (a) Are graduates of 2-year colleges. with some students receiving all grants and others being required (b) Have maintained a 3.00 grade point average at to take loanfr the 2-year college. Robert Rob boson Responds (c) Have ranked in the top 10 percent of their high The C o m m i t t e e completely- school class. ignores* (he .statistic that the The award shall be in the amount of $500 for a period program is aiding 53 9 percent of of two years. the total number of Black and Latin students receiving aid. and Vice President Takes Over Bursar, putting both offices 51 8 percent of the total n u m b e r Another revision made is that under the same jurisdiction will of Black and Latin students the Office of Financial Aid is no have better results." receiving oid in the dormitories. longer under the Supervision of Adelphi University now has two The program remains the only Joseph Graf a, Dean of Student Affairs. (DELPHIAN staff photo) the Dean of Students Office, but systems of financial aid:—one v i a b l e m e c h a n i s m f o r foreign Financial Aid. Timothy W. Costello, the govern- rather under the Office of the based upon talent and one based (Continued on page 7) Established in 1969 as a ment stated In part, " . . . The response to the Black and I/atin Student Unions' request, the Malcolm X and Che Guevara Scholarships were funds only acceptable criteria which may be used In selecting a recipient for federal aid is financial need . . . This selection A.U. Swimmers: Champs Paul Voight Jr. record. The 100 back, :54.5. the 100 in :50.7t he held the school designated specifically for Black process dictates that the neediest SS060051200 breaking the old record by 4 record for 24 hours before "Big and I /at In students who needed students will be given first Company 238 seconds. The 200 back, 2:01.4, Z" got unstrung. He swam a : 55.1 financial assistance in order to consideration. Adelphi's current Recruit Training Command, U.S. breaking the record by 7 seconds. in the fly, in the medley, where attend Adelphi. These scholar- system does not succeed Navy The final night, he led off the free they set a new school record and, ships were designed to meet in conforming to this Orlando, Florida, 32893 relay with a :48.3, breaking John he won the 100 fly in :57.1, criteria . . . The current practice Dear Paul: t whatever the student's need was Quinn's record by 3 seconds. He missing the record by a tenth. in terms of full tuition, fees, room of eliminating a large percentage Sometime in the near future we received the "Most Valuable Vlnnie Lo Bianco was second to and board, if necessary. of applicants for federal aid on will send you your T-shirt Swimmer Award." The other two Zeilman in the 200 IM, and For AD Needy Students the basis of academic standing reading, "Met Champs," 75, 76. contenders for that honor were second to O'D in the 400 IM. He Beginning in September 76, the must cease . . . " Do you think the Navy will let Mike O'Donoghue and John swam his best times on all new financial aid program will Unless these guidelines were you wear it? Blass, both triple winners. winning relays. include only two basic- met, Adelphi would forfeit You graduated a few months O'D took the 500in 5:02.8, set a Ron Strauss finished out hi* categories— one category where federal funds. too soon and missed a new school record in the 400 IM, r CllSJjc career with his best time achievement will be the only- Costello Proposes Revisions memorable three day meet. with a 4:34.5. anrj f^y won the in the 1650 and placed second. criterion and the other where In October, 1975, President The sensation n 1650 by over 50 yards. meet Gordon Fried, the studpn* f f i n a n c i a l need is the only Timothy rncj £ i; 0i analyzed and Ed Zeilman. Shaved down and John Blass won the 50 In :22.7, on page 19) proposed an alternative struc- howling, we brought the cage to Under this program, the turing of Adelphi's need based the blocks and let him out. The Malcolm X and Che Guevara financial aid program, and an 200IM, 2:03.8, a new funds will be added to the general llllllllllllllllllllllttltllllllltlllllllllltllllltlltlllllllllllUIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIliii" 1 " in" f i n a n c i a l aid f u n d s to be distributed among all TABLE Or CONTENTS wno apply, t for assistance. Black and Latin Page Page students have the option of having their f i n a n c i a l aid Arts 13 Fashion Show 14 designated as Malcolm X or Che Campus Capers 6 Features 9 Guevara aid Instead of Adelphi Editorials 8 Letters to the Editor 8 Grants in aid. Dr. Anne King, Chairperson of Events of the Week 2 Sports 20 the Loan and Scholarship Swimmers thrust Into the waters of Woodruff Hall during a meet Committee, stated, "The changes earlier in the season. (Photo by Gary Vorwald) Page Two THE DELPHIAN Wednesday, March 3,1976 Malcolm X Memorial Day Program He made the assessment that BY CECILE PHILLIPS Robinson discussed the origins The Malcolm X Memorial Day of the African-American Studies Malcolm was the product of the program was held at the program at Adelphi University social conditions that evolved University Center on Monday, via the times in society that made during the times. The Black February 23. Robert Robinson, the program possible. Student Movement along with the the Chairperson of the African- Robinson mentioned that there Black Liberation Movement American Studies Department was a recent decision to abolish created new leadership. was introduced by Zakia the Malcolm X-Che Guevalra However, revolutionary forces Barksdale, and spoke about the Scholarship programs by ad- that were shaped after Malcolm's perspectives of American ministrators. According to death did not understand culture. The Black Repertory Robinson, the ramifications Malcolm's program in totality. Company made its presentation would be great. They did not deepen his analysis of what he set forth. Most im- portantly, they failed to maintain close ties.with the masses. I>ayne perceived future hope for Blacks in the youth of the society, by educating students to what he termed were " r e v o l u t i o n a r y theories." Students would be socially aware of the forces that determine who they are and what they are. Douglas Layne delivers his message. (Photo by Kurt Muller) EVENT Events of the Week PLACE TIME Wednesday, March 3 Equitable Life Interviews R.S.H. Univ. Center 214 9:OOa.m.-5 00p.m. Conn. Mutual Ufe Interviews R.S.H. Univ. Center 216 9:OOa.m.-5 00p.m. Ed. Dept. Mtg. R.S.H. Univ. Center 306 12:OOnoon-2: 30 p.m. The Black Repertory Company performs. (Photo by Kurt Muller) ACT - Counselors Workshop R.S.H. Univ. Center 313 12:00 noon-4: 00p.m. S.A.B. Dance Marathon Mtg. R.S.H. Univ. Center 215 12:50-2: 00p.m. under the direction of Barksdale. After the speech, was an an- Catholic Mass • Ash Wednesday Service R.S.H. Univ. Center 201 1: 00p.m. followed by the film, "Mnlcolm's nouncement by Robinson that he Personnel Comm. R.S.H. Univ. Center 106 1:00-5; 00p.m. Struggle For Freedom." is going to resign as Chairperson Food Comm. R.S.H. Univ. Center 215 3; 30p.m. Douglas Layne, a member of of the A.A.S. Department. He Student Teacher Social R.S.H. Univ. Center 202-3 4:00-5: 30 p.m. the R e v o l u t i o n a r y Workers stressed the need for students to Phonothon R.S.H. Univ. Center 211-2 5:00-10: 00p.m. league concluded the program, take an active part in the process A.E. Phi R.S.H. Univ. Center 216 6:30^8: 30p.m. by defining the mean'ng of of finding a new Chairperson. La Union I^atina - Movie R.S.H. Univ. Center 313 7:00-11: 00p.m. Malcolm's leadership. In context Layne Outlines Black Progress Reading & Study Center R.S.H. Univ. Center 213 7:30-9: 30p.m. with the program Robinson Nearing the end of the Thursday, March 4 emphasized the importance for program, Douglas Layne the Nass. Senior Citizens Agency Mtg. R.S.H. Univ. Center 213 9:00a.m.-12:00noon youth to become involved in guest speaker and member of the Women's Program R.S.H. Univ. Center 214 10:00a.m.-5:00p.m. progressive social forces. Communist Party, addressed Orientation Group Leaders R.S.H. Univ. Center 215-6 2:00&6:30p.m. "The window's of a nation's those in the room to specific One Day Visiting ScholarSeries Blod. 109 4:30-5:30 p.m. culture are the institutions which issues that would indicate Phonothon R.S.H. Univ. Center 211-2 5:00-10:00 p.m. comprise that nation's land- progress and development Pi Lambda Phi R.S.H. Univ. Center 214 6:00-7:00 p.m. scape . . . " was his opening among Black people. His L.I. Speech & Hearing R.S.H. Univ. Center 202-3 8:00-10:30 p.m. statement. Continuing he stated, proposals were as follows: (1) Gay Caucus • Soc. Work R.S.H. Univ. Center 213 8:00 p.m. "If we fail to respond to the community control (2) human Friday, March 5 progressive aspects of a new rights, f3) international alliances West Point Pepperal Interviews R.S.H. Univ. Center 212 9:00a.m.-5:00p.m. condousness then again, that of the Third World, (4) a more Field Institue Sem. - Soc. Work R.S.H. Univ. Center 214 9:00-11:00 a.m. future to which it is building will involved role of youth making Nursing - Undergrad. R.S.H. Univ. Center 216 9:30a.m.-12:00noon find us confused and am- revolutionary changes, and (5) One Day Visiting Scholar R.S.H. Univ. Center 215 9:30-11:30 a.m. bivalent . . . " armed defense. Pi Lambda Phi - Induction R.S.H. Univ. Center 313 1:00 p.m. Psych Faculty R.S.H. Univ. Center 211 1:00-2:30 p.m. 'Deafness' Expert To Speak BYJILLKOKET psychologist has written three L.I.Phiio.Soc. Food Service - Union Mtg. Dance Marathon Begins R.S.H. Univ. Center 210 R.S.H. Univ. Center 106 Univ. Rm. 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Dr. Hans Furth, the well known books dealing with deafness, his Robert Klein 11 author, scholar, and researcher, latest being Deafness and Mr. Adelphi" Contest 12 midnight is coming to Adelphi on Thur- learning. Saturday, March 6 sday, March 4, to present his It has been shown by Furth that Marathon views and theories on the subject, deaf people can and do think, and Children's Afternoon 12 noon-4:00p.m. "Thinking Without language." that it is not necessary to have a 50's Dance - Bob Shoo Bops 8:00 p.m. complicated language system in Celebrity Auction 11:00 p.m. Furth has been a professor of order to think. Furth's presen- Sunday, March 7 Psychology at Catholic tation is jointly sponsored by the Marathon University In Washington D.C. Department of Speech Arts and Waffle Breakfast Rathskeller 10:00 a.m.~2:00p.m. since 1960 and has studied with Speech Pathdogy-AudJology and Crafts Fair - Flea Market 10:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m. the famous child psychologist, the Ix>ng Island Speech and Marathon Closing Ceremonies 8:00 p.m. Piaget. Hearing Association. Catholic Mass R.S.H. Univ. Center 313 12:30 p.m. About thirteen years ago, Furth started to work with deaf adults as a psychologist under a New York state mental health Mrs. Elaine Sands, who teaches here at Adelphi, is College and University Counselor of the Ix>ng Island Speech and Monday, March 8 A&S Intramural Council Curr. Comm. Soc. Wk. R.S.H. Univ. Center 215 R.S.H. Univ. Center 216 R.S.H. Univ. Center 214 9:00a.m.-5:00p.m. 1:00-2:00 p.m. 1:15-3:15 p.m. 1 project studying deaf families. Hearing Association and has S.A.B. R.S.H. Univ. Center 213 1:00-2:00 p.m. Sine? h!.fl involvement with this been instrumental in bringing Islamic Muslims R.S.H. Univ. Center 201 1:00-3:00 p.m. mental health project. !?!? Furth to Adelphi. Traffic Court R.S.H. Univ. Center 213 2:00-3:00 p.m. Hispanic Soc. Workers R.S.H. Univ. Center 216 3:00-4:30 p.m. Fund Raiser Is Honored Faculty Senate Gerontologicai Practice Phonothon R.S.H. Univ. Center 313 R.S.K. UnlV. Center 214 R.S.H. Univ. Center 211 3: 30-5: 30p.m. 4:00-9:00 p.m. BY BARBARA BOTH program wrnc» ? ul P re P fl ™ Dr. Costello's Dinner Charter Room 6:00 p. ra Richard E. Booth, Executive students to be professional funo R.S.H. Univ. Center 106 6: 30 p.m. Director of the United Fund of raisers. Thirty to 40 million R.S.H. Univ. Center 313 7:00 p. m. Greater New York and founder of PE Majors Meeting - Speanei 7:30-9:00 p.m. the United Way of Fund Raising volunteers donate their time to ZBE - ; " "n( rv.o.n. oi».. V Center 216 0 arn. -12:00 midnight philanthropies every year; Lawyers Asst R.S.H. Univ. Center 30tt Technique (which raises over one professionals are needed to direct u. • billion dollars a year and aids them in their work. Tuesday, March 9 over 40 million families a year), Professional fund raising Is a Lawyer'sAast. R.S.H. Univ. Center 306 8:30a.m.-12:00noon was liuKSrf!! by Adelphi career of the future. Government Oppenheim, Appel Dixon R.S.H. Univ. Center 214 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m, University for his contributions agencies are turning more and Aphasic Society R.S.H. Univ. Center 213 1:OM: 00 p.m. to philanthropic organizations. more of their responsibilities, in Center for Social Policy R.S.H. Univ. Center 106 2:00-4:00 p.m. Booth gave his endorsement to the fields of health, education and Orientation Group Leaders R.S.H. Univ. Center 215 2:00-3: 15p.m. Adelphi's new Development welfare, over to private Speech and Hearing R.S.H. Univ. Center 313 5:00-10:00 p.m, Special Program, a 12-week post organizations. Reforms in Phonothon R.S.H. Univ. Center 211 6:00-10:00 p. m, baccalaureate, certificate TKE R.S.H. Univ. Center 216 7:80-10:00 p.m. ACpnttaued on page 18) , Wednesday, March 3,197G THE DELPHIAN Page Three In Protest: Prof 'Booted' After Defying Parking Rules BY PEG GIBBONS Director of Security at Adelphi, document is given to each Voices "Elitist" Attitude would not like to see this, but Professor Warren Selekman of explained that when a car is security officer, who then keeps Selekman (who now parks at "realistically" it is inevitable. the Adelphi University registered for parking at the an eye out for any car appearing the Garden City Pool—as is Beauty and the Beast Psychology Department waged a University, the owner is given a on this list. When one of these suggestged by security to all who Another University staff protest against the school—he list of regulations to be used as a vehicles is spotted it is either have trouble finding space on member, Mr. Robert Torre, attempted to remove from his car guideline for leaving the car on immobilized or towed away, campus) voiced a sentiment Director of University an immobilization device placed campus. Among other things, depending upon the location of which he thought might be taken Development, one day found his there by security, on Friday, these rules describe the various the car, until the outstanding by some as an "elitist" attitude- sleek green sports car im- Feb. 13th. places one may not park a summonses are paid. special parking space for mobilized. He described his first University staff and faculty. But reaction to the "boot"—it was ^ he stressed the fact that ugly and clashed with his car. something has to be done about According to Torre, "they didn't the Adelphi parking situation. coordinate at all well." Selekman Not Alone Tome stated that he paid his Although Selekman is the first outstanding summonses and the person to have attempted immobilization fee, because he removing an iron "boot" from a was violating parking car, his situation and sentiments regulations. Once again the are not unique. Angela Ferrante, deplorable p a r k i n g facilities Associate Director of University were pointed out. Added Torre, Center, admitted that she he had no grievance against shouldn't have been parked in University security because back of the University Center. So, issuing tickets is something she did not protest her car's "they've got to do." immobilization and she did not Traffic Court Is Available The source of Selekman's Dilemma. (DELPHIAN staff photo) appeal her summonses to the The Adelphi traffic court is University traffic court. Yet, she, made up of University students, This device, or "boot" as it is vehicle. 2800 Summonses Issued like Selekman, believe that staff and faculty. If anyone has a called, was placed on Selekman's If a vehicle is observed illegally If a vehicle is immobilized, an Adelphi's parking situation is reasonable complaint regarding car as a result of his failure to parked, the security officer on additional five dollars is tacked terrible. a summons, or having their car pay fifty dollars worth of out- duty issues a ticket. (Note: at the on to the standing bill; an ad- According to Ferrante, "the immobilized-towed, that person standing parking summonses. present time all parking ditional fifteen if the car is towed. only viable solution to this may appeal the situation to the According to Selekman, he was violations are subject to five According to D'Angelis, about problem is to turn some of the court within ten days after the not protesting the fact that he'd dollar fines. This practice may 2800 summonses are issued an- grass area into parking spaces." summons is issued, or after the been issued the above mentioned change.) When the owner of a nually. The fines remarked on the She added that aesthetically she car has been "booted." summonses, rather, he was registered vehicle accumulates scofflaw list range from fifteen voicing his displeasure with the three or more of these sum- dollars to as much as one hun- lack of adequate parking space at monses, leaving them unpaid, a dred, with faculty and staff Adelphi. However, the form that description of the particular combining to make up 35 percent Selekman's protest took might vehicle—along with the license of this list, WBAU Offers Live have caused him considerable plate number—is placed on aggravation for in attempting to something called a scofflaw, or remove the "boot," the device "tow" list. Uses Hacksaw Before his car was placed on the "tow" list, Selekman was Marathon Coverage was damaged, making Selekman The "tow" list is comprised of notified at three different times "Put Your Love In Motion.'1 have already been appearing on liable for arrest on the grounds of all cars that have outstanding that he had outstanding sum- Heard those words before? That the air. At present, AM newscasts criminal mischief. fines, that is faculty and staff, as monses. Selekman acknowledged phrase is the theme behind the contain a great deal of University John D'Angelis, Assistant well as students. A copy of this receiving these notices, yet ex- upcoming Dance Marathon for department and organization plained that he put off paying Hemophilia. WBAU is putting its information. Plans are in the Middle States Self-Study: them as a result of the irritation love in motion by broadcasting it works with two departments for he felt toward the University from start to finish on campus spotlight coverage of upcoming Adelphi, Examine Thyself BYJANEE.TAUSIG parking situation. So when he AM. found his car "booted" (a "boot" You'll be able to hear every being an iron device costing minute, including such highlights also shows that Adelphi has about $110.00, which locks the as Robert Klein, the Mr. Adelphi activities. WBAU is also in search of students and faculty members contest, and all the bands. who are interested in writing The Committee on Institutional recognized and geared some of wheels of a car), Selekman tried WBAU-FM also gets into the commentaries on either the Research has submitted its the programs to relate to a career to remove the obstacle with a VJ» report to the Steering Committee oriented student in conjunction hacksaw. 6f the Middle States Self Study, with intellectual orientation. Behavior Irrational giving a detailed study of how When asked what the major Senior Security Officer Ken Institutional Research has incentives for forming the new Voelger came upon Selekman in enabled the University to programs were, Konigsberg the attempt to divest his car of examine itself on a continual said: "the new programs were the Immobilization device. basis. largely a result of student Voelger described his con- Prior to 1967, Adelphi carried demands. If this University, or frontation with Selekman, adding on research in a manner which any university does not shift its that the professor's behavior was allowed various offices in the program to meet the needs of the "irrational." Selekman defended different areas of the University people, then it can go out of his actions to the officer by to evaluate themselves without business. Also, it is the respon- stating that the' 'boot" on his car having the results of the study sibility of any college or was his property, since he was coordinated into one document. university, faculty and ad- legally parked at the time his In 1967, formal institutional ministration to be sensitive to the vehicle was immobilized. Having research began. mores, cultural atmosphere, an appointment, Selekman The original purpose of in- economic situation, and career departed the scene leaving his stitutional research at Adelphi opportunity." efforts unfinished. Yet Voelger was to be able to project income Adelphi now provides a variety felt It necessary to have the and expenditures of the of modes of learning in programs vehicle In question towed away, University for a five year period, such as Adelphi On Wheels, mini to prevent Selekman from fully i.e., Buildings and Grounds, courses, and vacation studies. removing the device. WBAU: Prepared to report the Marathon. (DELPHIAN staff photo) salaries, cost of living, etc. Institutional research serves as Pays Fines act from 5 pjn. until sign-off on Adelphi community "or relevant 1 Personalized services to the a "practice plan for Adelphi, so Selekman paid his outstanding Saturday and Sunday nights. On outside items. students \re also considered an that the University may keep a summonses, plus the additonal expenditure, and Include check on itself from every aspect fines Incurred as a result of the Friday night, there will be five- Adelphi On the Move, a half- Registrar services where each of the school, and gives the immobilization and towing, minute reports every hour. You'll hour program heard every hear the latest totals, status Wednesday night at 6:30, Is transaction costs money. University a basis to continually protesting the'latter debts In Since 1972, the State of New Improve. reports on writing. Selekman said that he terviews. the dancers and In- devoted to Interviews with York requires that all univer- It Includes reports on ad- would have ultimately paid the newsmakers on campus. Rayna sities in the state make a four missions criteria, the caliber of summonses because he was forWhile preparations continue Kallsh has shows lined up for the this year 'master plan', in terms of students, the Adelphi en- illegally parked when the tickets additions special feature, new aspect of life wouldat cover any in campus coverage future and here Adelphi. program and scholarship as well vironment, campus morale, and were given. He also stated that he as the economic picture. faculty-student relationships. had no dispute with the New Programs Data was gathered by the University security people, for The Sky Falls At 1:10 p.m. Today Within the last ten years, Committee from faculty, they were merely "doing their Adelphi has added ten new students, and administration. job." Rather, his complaint was programs to its curriculum In an The Middle States Self Study against the school because of Outside the U.C. effort to open the University up to report is on reserve at Swlrbul all kinds*of-studenU* The report Library in total. what he termed the "frustrating marking situation." • Look for the X and win a prize. . i •i . :• . . i , i. 'i . ¥i i •i Pag* Four THE DELPHIAN Wednesday, March 3,1171 /1DELPHI / r -: UNI/ERSITY "7 W**5^ &2ZVS \ D4NCE i.W' • i> M/1RKTHON FOR \ HEMOPHILIk UT YOUR LCNE IN MOTION RUTH S. HARLEY CENTER MARCH 5. 6. 7 DONATION: 2°° PER DAY 5°° WEEKEND PASS \*fej?^»?A*:'^:r^ Wednesday, March 3,1976 THE DELPHIAN Page Five LOVE 1976 Adelphi Dance Marathon For Hemophilia Adelphi University - Ruth S, Harley Center v Garden City, New York FRIDAY, MARCH 5,1976 "America's No. 1 '50's Revue" 6 p.m.—Marathon Dancers Begin • Energy Level 11 p.m.—Celebrity Auction—John Lennon's Gold 100 percent Album, Mind Games; Mario Andretti's Racing 8 p.m.—Hustle Dance Instruction by Dance Suit; Barry Manilow's Grammy Nomination; Charisma, Hustle Contest Burt Reynold's Lithograph; Biilie Jean King's 10 p.m.—Robert Klein—An evening of comedy - Tennis Dress. compliments of Student Senate 12 midnight—Dating Game—Who will win the 12 midnight—"Mr. Adelphi Contest" • Beauty, dream date with Mr. Adelphi? i Brains and Talent Competition for men. 1 a.m.—Universal 16 presents "Saturday Night at 2 a.m.—Universal 16 presents "Friday Night at the Movies" the Movies" SUNDAY, MARCH 7,1976 10 a.m.-2 p.m.—Waffle Breakfastr-"All You Can SATURDAY, MARCH 6,1976 Eat". Admission $1 per person. Rathskeller 12 noon-4 p.m.—Children's Afternoon—Magician, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.—Crafts Fair-Flea Market- cartoons, games, prizes, clowns. Admission $1 Jewelry, Leather, Crafts, Painted t-shirts, i per child (parents free) Fortune Teller, Caricaturist, and more. Lunch and Refreshments available for pur- 6 p.m.—Marathon Dancers • Dragging - Energy chase. Level 2.5 percent 6 p.m.—Marathon Dancers still going strong, but 8 p.m.—Th-th-th-th- that's all folks!!!! Closing Energy Level 50 percent. ceremonies, grand prize awarded to winning 8 p.m—50' Dance, featuring the Bob-Shoo-Bops, couple. Donations: $2 per person per day; $5 weekend pass noon to 4 p.m.; Sunday, Rathskeller, 2-5 p.m. Celebrity Auction: Saturday, 11 p.m. - featured We encourage you to purchase food in the items. All other items will be auctioned the first Rathskeller to further benefit the National 10 minutes of every hour. Hemophilia Foundation. Grand Prize: trip for two to Bermuda, during Trivia Buffs: Test your knowledge against our college week for the winning couple. Trip trivia expert throughout the weekend. Win a donated by Burger King. prize and help Hemophilia - 25 cents per question. Food Service: Lackmann will provide food in the Rathskeller during the following times: Continuous music by Long Island's Top Bands. Friday, Rathskeller, 7-11 p.m.; Saturday, Sound System courtesy Underground Sound Rathskeller, 7-11 p.m. and Univ. Rm. 201, 12 Inc. Page Six THE DELPHIAN Wednesday, March 3,197C To All Clubs & Organizations Mass - Ash Wednesday, March 3rd PLEASE NOTE The Holy Sacrifice of the Group pictures for the yearbook will be taken on March 10, 11, and 12, 1976. It is the respon- Mass will be celebrated on sibility of each club or organization to set up an appointment for one of these three days. Campus on Ash Wednesday, Pictures may be taken anywhere on campus- it is your choice. Please let me know when you March 3rd, 1976 at 1:00 make your appointment. in Room 201, Ruth S. Harley Appointments may be made UNTIL Friday, March 5, 1976. Stop by the Oracle Office in Room 309 at the University Center, or call extension University Center to mark 7313 on any Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. the beginning of Lent. This is your only opportunity . . . NO EX- CEPTIONS. The distribution of ashes Thank you for your cooperation. will take place MargoGottesman during the Mass. Clubs and Organization Editor IB Cam pus Capers 0 fj A. U. Panhellenic Association- Group, 1-2 PM in the Chaplin's Q D will be presenting a discussion on 0 Center, Basement of Earle Hall. 0 B rape. A member of the police This Thursday night from 8-11 there 0 B department will be speaking on this will be a "World Awareness Night" B topic Wednesday, March 3, at 1:00 held in Rm. 313 in the University B in the University Room (211-212). Center. 0 SUPPORT COUPLE No. 2 (Nora IB B Eddy and Kerry Prep) while they All Adelphi women are invited to li B put their Love in Motion for attend an open house sponsored by 18 B Sigma Kappa Sorority today, Hemophilia on March 5, 6, 7. March 3—ALL DAY. Come to the 0 0 THEY'LL TRY HARDER!!! li B Panhellenic Suite—basement of B Geoscience Club—will hold a Earle Hall. Refreshments will be D B meeting on March 3 to discuss plans B served. 0 B for the March 6 trip to the Museum B of Natural History. Club pictures KEEP THEM COMING!!! Items li for Campus Capers should be 0 will be taken on March 10 at 1:30 in li B Rin. 22. placed in Cindy Brink's mailbox in SI the Student Senate Office—U.C. 0 B Newman Community of li Adelphi—Tuesdays: weekly prayer Rm. 308. 0 fl meeting, 7:30 PM in the second- This is it!!! DANCE li B floor lounge of Eddy Hall. Wed- MARATHON!!! SHOW YOU 0 B nesdays: weekly Newman Rap CARE!!! Wednesday, March 3.1976 THE DELPHIAN Page Sevm Financial Aid Undergoes Changes • • • significant number of the full that a ftlack and Latin student The issue has been raised Black and I>atin students are ts who have need to attend has neverheen rejected for aid. if regarding the past "work-service Malcolm X awards are most dependent on these two Adelphi. nnd constitutes the only money was available, in the total co mmitment" reqitir e d of assigned to International programs in particular for sure protection for Mluck and history of the Malcolm X-Che Malcolm X-Che Guevara students. continuance in school," con- Latin students given the future (hievara Schola rship Program. recipients Will the Committee (3) Crafa noted that he compiled cluded Crafa. impact of a financial aid budget The irony is that it has been the also (jddress the worh corn a Itst of three panes of Black- Scholarships Never Reviewed wham* percentage of non-need rest of the financial aid program mitment of athletes and per- Latin student names, all of However, the Malcolm X and monies will e,row in two years wh ic h h a s reje c te d s t u de n t s. forming art.s majors? Is the whom had approved H.E.A.C. Che Guevara Scholarships have from the current level of 41.6 whether it be because they were Committee even aware that in loans for 1975-76 only Among never officially been reviewed to percent to 60 8 percent. At transfer students with averages many instances one cannot these students were some who determine their effectiveness or present. Black and Latin students below 3.7 or new admits in the successfully offer a performing are receiving no aid of any ineffectiveness since their in- arts scholarship recipient a job hind from Adelphi as well as ception. To determine its impact ADELPIII UNIVERSITY because all their extra time is others who receive some on minority enrollment at NEW (BEGINNING SEPTEMBER, 1976) FINANCIAL taken up building sets and other other assistance from one or Adelphi University, the new essential tasks? I point these two more of Adelphi programs financial aid program is AID PROGRAMS examples out. not in criticism, (4) Of the total 474 Black and scheduled to be evaluated In the Achievement Awards Financial Need Awards though criticism could very well Latin students enrolled. 14 late Fall of 1976. (No Need) (Need Based Only be warranted: but rather as an Che Guevara and 66 Malcolm While Malcolm X and Che 1) Trustee Scholarships Criteria) illustration of the biased, often X awards were assigned as of Guevara recipients will maintain ($1000 per year) Grants in Aid only— one sided approach this Com- that date, that totaled full their scholarships until they 2) Performance associated with jobs mittee has assumed in its critical tuition costs or more. graduate, all new students who a) .Presidential and loans—to be analysis of the Malcolm X-Che "The actual assignment of apply for financial assistance will Guevara Scholarship Program." Malcolm X and Che Guevara be affected by the revised Achievement evenly divided among funds does not support Mr. financial aid program in Sep- b).Phi Beta Kappa all enrolled students Crafa's Study on Malcolm X tember 1976. Robinson's position that the c) Performing Arts based on their Joseph Crafa, Dean of Student d) Alexander Barnes Affairs, offered another view of demonstrated the impact of the Malcolm X and CURRENT <I975- f 76) ADELPHI UNIVERSITY (full tuition) financial need. FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS Che Guevara programs, on 3) L.I.U.S. Achievement enrolled students. Crafa ex- Achievement) Athletic Awards a ) Three Latin plained that he hed done a study (No Need Scholarship) (No Need) students of a c t u a l awards made as 1. Trustees ($1000 per 1. Male Athletic Awards b) Two Black students reported in the October 17, 1975 year) 2. F e m a l e A t h l e t i c ( f u l l tuition) Alpha Report on Financial Aid. 2. Performance Awards THESE P R O G R A M S W I L L BE EFFECTIVE This i n f o r m a t i o n , w h i c h may a) Presidential (Awards can be up to full BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 1976—FOR ALL NEW have been changed slightly since Achievement tuition) STUDENTS TO ADELPH! UNIVERSITY—OR TO then was compared against b) Phi Beta Kappa the printout from Albany of STUDENTS WHO MAY RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID approved H i g h e r E d u c a t i o n a l c) Performing Arts (Room-Board limited FOR THE FIRST TIME. Assistance Corporation loans for d) Alexander Barnes assistance each year— 1975-76. Crafa's findings were as (Full tuition) need based only) are receiving H 5 percent of the r deciles or adults, or fo follows: not] need portion o| the budget, students 3. L.I.I!.S. Achievement and if UT exchtde that part \\hich Does the Com mil tee address (1) For a total of 93 enrolled a) Three Latin Need Based is specifically defined for Black the ine<iuit v of students receiving L a tin st ude nts. t wo were students Grants nnd Latin students the pet Finn need monev such as the receiving the full allowance of b) Two Black students 1. Malcolm "X" centave drops to C> H percent 'iiustee Scholarships who are $1700.00 in the Che Guevara (Full tuition) 2. Che Guevera Members of the Committee also receiving sizeable sums program Scholarship (Full tuition, fees, room believe that certain students are from TAP and BF.OG. etc. and (2) Of 1HI Black students rejected for political and per are. consequently, awarded currently enrolled. 21 (Need Based) and board—depending on sonal reasons, vet. no one is able large sums of monev from the received the f u l l allowable 1. Regional need) to produce one such student Mr ttursnr > When it is stated that the award of $470000 (It was 2. Deans Honor 3. Grant-in-Aid Patrick Hart ison (former Tmstee Scholarships bring in noted that Robinson was 3. L.I.U.S. Achievement (May be up to full Direclttr of f-'inancial A i d ) a t - monev. is it o/.so stated how correct when he stated that 4. Presidential tuition) tempted / ( > do this and ended a much the UnivetsHv is paving these programs are of con (nia^miie of lies The Committee our* The answer is a definitive s i d e r <t b I e <i s s i s tance to ( E a c h of above are should understand and believe no foreign students since a assigned in relation to need—up to full tuition) Wins French Scholarship NOTE: ALL CURRENTLY ENROLLED STUDENTS WHO ARE NOW RECEIVING ANY FINANCIAL AID UNDER ONE OF THE ABOVE PROGRAMS WILL BY SUE HAVING the cost would have been people and the language in CONTINUE IN THAT PROGRAM, ACCORDING TO Adelphi student Maria Cor- tremendous. Quebec, Canada. "I hope to get a EXISTING GUIDELINES. UNTIL THEY GRADUATE vasce has won a French Learns of Scholarship lot out of living in Quebec," Corvasce said, noting that it will OR OTHERWISE LEAVE SCHOOL. scholarship. Corvasce, a French A g a i n through Smetana, major, is a Mineola High School Corvasce heard about the be a great opportunity for her to alumna. Since junior high school she has been interested in language, and is continuing her scholarship program sponsored by the La Societe des Professeurs Francais en A m c r i q u e . The become better acquainted with the language. While she will not be going to France as she had Seminars Focus On 'Problems' BYRICHAMATO cost is $25 for a weekend, $100 for studies in French at Adelphi. scholarship was open to students wanted, she will be getting the The Graduate Sociology the entire series, or $311 for Presently, she is also studying from d i f f e r e n t universities of experience which Is important to Department of Adelphi graduate credit. art, Italian, and education. which Adelphi is one. To be her. University will be holding a The purpose of the .seminars is eligible, the student had to have "Teachers Really Care11 Her courses at Adelphi are series of weekend seminars to develop a better understanding learned and studied French in the languages have been part of good, but she feels that she would beginning March 6. The series of these specific conflicts—their United States and not In France. her life for years since Italian like to become more fluent in the will be on selected current social nature, origin, and possible was spoken fluently in her house. language. In order to do this, she A fifteen hundred word issues that pose problems of solutions. Much of her school years have could have gone to live in France dissertation on a given topic was human conflict. The sessions will include: thus been spent in language. She where she would be totally im- also required. This topic was enjoys her language courses at Graduate students can attend presentations of positions by mersed in the language and the unknown to the student until she the series for three graduate spokespersons on both sides, Adelphi because "the teachers people. went to take the lest. The test was credits or a Certificate in Conflict analysis by a guest expert on the really care, the classes are not given on different grade levels, Management. subject, small group and large- After inquiring about studying too large, and there is a good and so, Corvasce took the The first seminar on March 6,7 scale discussion by all people abroad, she decided she would student-teacher rapport." sophomore level test In January. will deal with Northern Ireland, present, and a concluding have to abandon the idea. Corvasce would like to perhaps teach French herself one day, but followed by: Cyprus, March 13, analysis organized by the co- Through Dr. Josette Smetana, As a winner, she has won a $300 at this time she is primarily 14; Middle East, March 20, 21; directors of the series. her teacher and advisor, she scholarship. The scholarship also concerned with learning as much Affirmative Action, March 27,28; had learned about such pro- includes a summer program for and Abortion, April 3, 4. Anyone wishing additional grams, including the American her. She will be spending the about the French language and The seminars are all on information can contact Dr. university In France. However, summer s t u d y i n g the French people as she can. Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. William Spinrad, co-director of to 4 p.m. The sessions will be held the series at ext. 7579 in the Put Your Love In Motion Deadline for in Blodgett Hall, room 211. The Sociology Department. Christopher Morley Attention Delphian News Staff: At 1:10 p.m. Today Essay Contest Is March 15. Outside The Univ. Ctr. Contact D.Wolfe or Meeting Today 1:00 p.m. I). Roster, English Dept. X Marks The Spot To Win A Prize U.C. 307 Page Eight THE DELPHIAN Wednesday, March 3,1976 DELPHIAN Letters to the Editor Vol. XXVI—No. 18 Wednesday* March 3,1976 DELPHIAN EDITORIAL BOARD JANE E. TAUSIG A ceo untability Demanded To the Editor, However, it would be impossible where the contract defines Editor-in-Chief This semester collective to tell, because few Instructors significant as being equivalent to Managing Editor Associate Editor bargaining will.begin between bother to post their office hours. four working days; or the part J A C K A . KAYE ROBRESNICK the administration and the that says they shall participate in News Editor faculty. As far as the financial Another issue which appears Arts Editors BARBARA DENT under "workload" is the amount commencements. JEANNE BOUZA Assistant Photography Editor details are concerned, few DIANE MASCIALE VALNEVES of time spent on campus. The In general the faculty has been Assistant News Editor students are knowledgeable delinquent in upholding its end of Buffness Manager LOU DUCHIN enough to deal with them. The contract states that, "a faculty Features Editors CANDICE DRAUCH member should m a i n t a i n a the Collective Bargaining Sports Editor one area where students have agreement. The administration LINDA DOBKOWSKI JANETOUSSATY significant presence on the ANDY FEENEY Assistant Business Manager expertise is the part of the JANETGROSS campus. . ." Anyone who goes to must share the blame for the lack Assistant Sports Editor agreement labeled "workload." Photography Editor this University knows that some of faculty responsibility. They, at JOEKENYON MAR Y D E SETA This section deals with faculty faculty members disappear as no time, attempted to enforce responsibilities to students. Chief Proofreader Faculty Advisor soon as possible. They obviously these areas of the contract. Had DR. DONALD KOSTER Not many people (that includes LINDA BRODSKY have not read this part of their these been issues that directly faculty) are aware that faculty contract. They also have not read (Continued on page 11) members are required to sit at STAFF: J. Ralola, C. Kaiser, R. Sample, R. Sommer, C. Phelan, P. Gibbons, P.Giaelnto, J. Alexander, R. Field, R.Wiener, J. Koket, S. Davlno, A. Foy, R. least four office hours a week. In Richards, P. Maher, A. Steti, M. Stroscheln, F. Borensfcln, K. James, J. Etlsl, addition to these hours, he-she is R. Amato, M. Zuckerman, L. Sarno, G. Foy, H. Schutz, D. Sherman, B. Slegal, K.Jennings, D. Vath.F. Borensteln, N.Galm, J. Ripley, R. Black, L. Gllhooly, G. Vorwald, K. Muller, R. Plcclochl, C. Dranbau«r, J. San Roman, A. Roth, man, P. Ingrassla, J. Behan, B. Both, D. Bracco, L. Bunkhard, C. Butler, D. required to set up more hours at times of advisement. There is not much evidence on this campus of Y.A.F. Speaks Greggo, A. Peay Jr., B. Smith, A. Roth. J. Cusack, D. Loeffler, A. Ingber, J. To the Editor: Kudan, D. Shapiro, N. Vonokur, M. Nlemela, L. Antonnouccl, P. Teichman, S. faculty complying with these two renowned Communist Party Caputo, H. Kaye, B. Siegal, M. Rahmannan, A. Goldkind, A. Blelberg, V. elements of their agreement. Since my Y.A.F.'s EYE VIEW member Angela Davis. Miller, G. Foley, J Nammack, S. Blshansky, S. Lay, D. Frassanlto, C W , T. I am sure that most students on of February 25 was not printed I Although Young Americans for Donohue, S. Gaither, R. Cervlnl. this campus would like to say that would like to express the opinion Freedom vehemently disagrees their instructors were ex- of Adelphi University Young with the philosophy, assertions, All editorials reflect the opinion of the editorial board of the ceptions, and were in their offices Americans for Freedom on the assumptions and allegations of DKLPHM.V Columns in this paper do not necessarily reflect the at their appointed time. now cancelled lecture by world Comrade Davis we in no way views of the DELPHIAN The opinions are those of the writers. question her right to speak to a willing audience. However, since Published every Wednesday during the academic year by tho students of Adelphi University. Publishing and business offices: Student Center, Rm. 307, Adelphl University, Garden City, N.Y. 11530. Tel. 294-8700, Ext. 7308, 10A.M. to Setting The Record the lecture series which brings Ms. DavLs, and Mr. Nader and 3 P.M. daily; 248-3656 Mondays, 7 P.M. to 12 Midnight. Advertising rates on To the P^ditor, being considered for tenure Mr. Gregory and the like Ls request Subscription rate, $5.00 per academic year. Setting the record straight: whether or not he should receive supported by all students at To one fault ascribed to me in it-at least, he does not vote on Adelphi a balanced program of the Del^ange case I shall plead the matter), four emphatically speakers is warranted. Disobey? Then Pay! noli contendere. My statement i DKLPHIAN Feb. 11) concerning agreed with my statement and have re-affirmed their con- currence in our judgment to the Conservatives ;irc f i r s t l y mandated to pay a fee which we consider alien to the principles of the opinion of four-fifths mem- For years Adelphi students and faculty have com- bers of the Philosophy Depart- Personnel Committee. Of the full- individual liberty, and then must plained about the parking situation at Adelphi, or ment was technically incomplete. time members three decisively watch that fee used to pay perhaps, more appropriately, the lack of parking 1 should have specified four-fifths rejected his tenure, and one speakers of opposite political and situation at Adelphi. As a result of the parking shortage, of the members queried. A part .supported him. social views. Never in the three many have chosen to park illegally, and have been time member whom I have not The substantive import of my years which I have attended ticketed by Security. encountered for three months quote remains u n c h a n g e d . I Adelphi has a politically con- was excluded from my survey. recant my technical oversight. It servative speaker been invited. Recently, the large extent of ticket-ignoring was But of the five members men- seems, alas, that certain minds (Continued on page 11) exemplified when one faculty member found his car tioned (I exclude Dr. Del^ange; derive sole nourishment in feasting upon such technical immobilized (see story on page 3). The faculty member owed fifty dollars in unpaid parking tickets which he said he would pay, but nonetheless, he attempted to presumably he does not find himself disruptive; besides, it is not customary to ask someone trivialities. Sincerely, Dr. Robert Pasotti Clarification To the Editor: remove the immobilizing device placed on his car by I would like to clarify a very Adelphi Security, damaging it in the process. The parking situation notwithstanding, the parking Rebuttal By "Socialist II important point that Ms. Roth made in the front page article of 2-25-1976 that concerned the To the Editor, motheaten stories about brain- regulations must be obeyed. If one chooses to violate A funny thing happened to me Student Senate and the for- washing and there was some stuff these regulations, then he or she must be willing to pay on the way out of the WBAU about Honnie Reagan as I recall thcoming referendum. The the penalty, whether they be student, faculty, or staff. A statement saying that the ad- studio recently: this person but it was real hard to understand student owing parking fines will undoubtedly not m i n i s t r a t i o n would collect all comes up to me smiling and sort anything she said because we student fees and distribute them receive a diploma; faculty and staff owing money for of keeping her teeth together at weren't talking to each other. At to the clubs and organizations is parking tickets should not receive their paychecks. the .same time-and says she en- least, I was trying to, but it was not quite correct. joyed hearing the show I did on ha rd to fin is h the sentence: There is a hearing board for people who wish to What the Senate will probably Poetry East and West with old (Continued on page 11) propose will concern having a protest their parking tickets, and this is the proper place Scoop Sparacino. Then she government or not having a to dispute a ticket. Destruction of University property is proceeds to wade right in and government. If the student body certainly not the way. attack me about my socialism, and what is more, the next thing I see she's writing about me in Delange! rejects a student government, ALL Student Government- sponsored clubs and Are Changes Best? some column or another in your paper. First of all, I wouldn't be so To the Editor, We believe that David Delange is an excellent teacher. In our organizations would cease to exist and therefore not be able to receive Student Activities fees. Financial Aid has been transferred from the Dean of obtuse as to start off an article estimation he not only meets but The Student Activities Board Students Office, where personalized service was given, about her calling her a "self- surpasses the requirements for would no longer provide any to the businesslike Office of the Vice President. proclaimed" Conservative tenure. Although Dr. Delange's functions, the DELPHIAN would because she is one, no doubt personal opinions differ from no longer receive funds to Undoubtedly, some will benefit from the revisions, about that, and Conservative will ours, these have nothing to do publish, WBAU would go off the and some students will assuredly suffer, as distribution do fine on its own. But it's sort of with his ability as a teacher air, and all educational ex- of scholarships has been radically shifted. Interesting how Conservatives (contrary to what some members periences, except for classes and are always calling folks like me of the faculty and administration athletics, would cease to exist on The number of students applying for financial aid will "self-proclaimed," "self-«tyled," might think). We therefore wish this campus. go up, especially with the upcoming surprise tuition and I just wondered: is anyone to join the Concerned Students The Administration COULD increase. Can Adelphi realistically aid all of its ap- else going to caO us socialists? As Committee in pledging our full a matter of fact she went right support in saving Dr. Delange's (Continued on page 11) plicants? Will applicants become computer print-outs? Will the administration really be able to calculate the ahead later on and dropped the job. self-proclaimed bit so perhaps Sincerely, To the DELPHIAN. impact of the new program on Black and Latin students she really believes we are after John Chris, President, Many thanks to the person who after only one year? all socialists. She also met a lot of Adelphi Young returned the missing turtle to the Bishops or some ecclesiastical Republican Club Education Department garden. The financial aid program should be reviewed in its luminaries who were fronted by Sharon Popper, Vice President, We are glad to have Myrtle back. total context to detect the consequences on all it will CIA funds no doubt, who visited Adelphi Young Dept. of Education affect after one year! China and came back with those Republican Club ,1'). i , , u u ; Wednesday, March 3,1976 THE DELPHIAN Page Nine part 2 Y.A.F.: Why the Senate Failed BY CONNIE CAMPANELLA Senate that doesn't do anything attended Senate meetings are proclaiming y o u r choice. The authority and resources to the Ixist week's DELPHIAN an- except handle budgets. those in which budgets are only thing your apathy will get states—a program of creative nounced the demise of the This is obvious to all but those discussed. This truncating of the you in the long run is a deep down federalism for America's third Student Senate. Reason: Lack of persons so infatuated with Senate does not have to be per- regret for not participating when century. Our country is bursting sufficient student involvement. Student Government that they manent. Whenever student you had the chance. There are no with ideas and creativity, but a This is certainly a sign of the lose sight of the fact that the concern again rises to a noticable words yet written which can get government of bureaucrats has times, however sad and students don't need that govern- level, a larger, more intellectual the majority of you off your butts no way to respond. I am calling frustrating. Now we hear that ment any longer. All we need is a body can then be seated. Until and into the world. Only events for an end to giantism, for a there is a group of students who student group to hand out those that time the Senate should at will do that. return to the human scale—the are trying to set up a new and mandatory activities fees which least do one job well rather than Good luck to you all and may scale most human beings can more effective student govern- shouldn't have been collected in several poorly. you enjoy your bliss for as long as understand and cope with. It ment; all very commendable. the first place. If an issue comes To those students who have it lasts. won't be easy. There will be However, why are they making it up of such earth shattering im- given many hours of service to howls of protest from every bigger? The new plan calls for portance that we need to voice such a hopeless cause, I extend RONALD REAGAN QUOTE OF carpeted anteroom and chauf- more senators and therefore our opinion to the faculty and the my sincere thanks. I would also THE WEEK: feured limousine in Washington, there will be more empty seats. It administration, then we will do caution again forcing the Senate "What 7 propose is nothing less but we must turn a deaf ear to is obvious that the people who are just that. But I for one do not down for the last time. Save your than a systematic transfer of them if our nation is to survive." drafting this plan have not taken want persons who were elected new expansion proposal for a good look around this campus. Apathy People are for the most part u n i n v o l v e d with their school by less than ten percent of the student population to speak for me. better times and u n t i l then realize the student's true needs and work to fulfill them. And to my fellow students who Boob Tube Reviews "Cut, Squeeze, Trim" except academically. They are Why not reduce the Senate's have been true to the apathetic no longer interested in a powers to merely a budgeting mold, I am not defending or government which has allowed organization? Elect a group of applauding your apathy. iLself U) be overrun by factions, students to distribute funds to the Although you certainly have a witch hunts, disorganization and clubs and o r g a n i z a t i o n s and right to as much or as little lack of focus on the important that's it. Any Senator will testify government as you want, it would issues. Right now we have a to the fact that the most well- be marvelous to hear a few voices The Story of a Teacher BYJOKRAIOLA more time and expended more water and it was often said that Once upon a time there lived a energy doing work for Mr. Stark William Stark was as graceful as man named William Stark, an than any other teacher. Why? a swan. unusual fellow who taught third Because Stark had this way about When he wasn't teaching or grade at The Warton School, a him, a way of breaking through swimming, Stark spent his time private institution located in the wall people build around at an isolated spot, deep in the Indian Lake, New York. Those themselves and getting to the forest, where he was building a who knew him agreed there was center of their emotions or log cabin he planned to live in as something about him that made "soul." He made his students soon as it was completed. It had "Happy Days" influences the suburban shmoes. (DELPHIAN staff him different from the other want to learn and share their become the most important part photo) faculty members. Someone experiences and findings. And of his life, working on that cabin, BYROBRESMCK suggested it may have been his yet, he expected only one thing making it stand so beautifully in the midst of the trees and flowers Critics are always reviewing plays, shows, concerts, appearance. from them: that the,y demand the best from themselves. and animals who lived in the exhibitions and many other forms of art. What about Stark was tall and lean, but television, though? Shows that are reviewed are usually wilderness. well proportioned. His light He would often speak to them brown hair had a shade of gray It was on a bright autumn day the current ones. Today, shows of the past are really about searching. He believed life around the temples. His forehead was an endless search, a search that Stark's work was finished popular. I would like to give equal time to the situation and he invited his relatives and comedies and cartoons that we've all grown up with. was creased, he dressed which could never end since it closest friends and students to a Let's face it, Adelphi students don't watch the news. We casually, In polar shirt and blue would be impossible for one man celebration in the cabin. He Jeans. In fact, he may have to know everything there is to served the finest Imported wines watch Star Trek (can you blame us?). Here are my dressed a bit too casually for the know about mankind and Nature. and cheeses to his guests who all reviews. The shows are not placed in any particular sheltered and naive students and This belief, that one man could order. marveled at his great ac- staff of this small town school, never discover all of the secrets who were accustomed to teachers complishment It was truly a The Honey mooners: Baby, you Ye the greatest! the world holds, may disillusion wearing the "proper attire," some and cause them to view the splendid day for Stark, who had Get Smart: A very good show, how about a good show, always wanted to share his work, would you believe an okay show? which, for men, included dress search as a hopeless waste of as well as himself, with his loved Popeye: What can he and Bluto see in Olive Oyl? pants and a shirt with a collar time. But not William Stark. He ones. Now he felt as though he and tie. recognized only the beauty and had finally done that. Star Trek: Definitely a classic. Does that register, When Stark first came to the glory that came with searching. Two days after the celebration Spock9 school In September, 1966, He realized he would never know William Stark suffered a heart Welcome Back Hotter: There's no doubt about it, several administrators com- all there was to know about Ufe, attack and died three months Brooklyn is Da Centa 0' Culchure! (I know it's not a plained to the faculty and ordered but he found joy In this realization and it made his life later at Indian take Memorial show of the past but I'll stick it in anyways.) them to demand that Stark follow Hospital. the institution's traditional dress glow with curiosity, deter- 1 Dream of Jeanie: Yeech! All those who knew him were Partridge Family: Double Yeech!! code. But the faculty never mination and love. saddened by his death and they confronted Stark with the I feel It was Slark's desire to will always remember him for Superman: A head case, he gets high all the time. problem and, by the time plans become one with Nature which the love he had for life and his Bugs Bunny: What's up, Doc?—The best in cartoons. were made to bring it to his at- separated him, not only from desire for knowledge. But here is Mickey Mouse Club: Ah, the good old days. tention, everyone had grown used other faculty members, but from what they will remember the Professional Wrestling: The best actors anywhere. to him as well as his clothing. anyone I've ever known. Some most: William Stark had a Little Rascals: The gang rates. Another person noted the love Nature for its natural message to convey to all people, Ail in the Family: The best in dingbats. unique rapport he had with his beauty, but there are few people especially the ones he knew and Captain Kangaroo: Appeals to the intelligence of the students as the thing which made who actually become part of loved. He spent most of his life average Adelphi student. him stand out among the faculty. Nature. William Stark did. He searching, within himself and Unlike their other instructors, the could be seen each morning, an without, to discover what the Brady Bunch: BARF! students did not fear Stark, nor hour before the school bells rang, nature of that message was. Once Rin Tin Tin: Can it. did they feel obligated to do the swimming comfortably In a he found it, he devoted his life to Happy Days: Awright, theSO's! (another recent show various assignments he would nearby lake. At lunchtlme he sharing it. but if I left it out the Fonz would come after me). give during the year. Among the would return to the water for a His message was this: Be Felix the Cat: He should get locked into his bag of children, it was well known that relaxing mid-afternoon swim, curious. Be determined. I/)ve. tricks. they had the option of either occasionally bringing one or two And remember that much beauty I Love Lucy: Amazing, isn't she? working their tails off or sitting of his students with him. They can be found in the search for back and taking it easy In Mr. were Impressed with his knowledge, but the greatest Father Knows Best: Please have mercy on us, take it SUurk's class. And yet, they smoothness, the easy manner in beauty Is to be found in the search off the air! ironically admitted, they devoted which he glided through the itself. Leave It to Beaver: Let's hear it for theBeave. Page Ten THE DELPHIAN Wednesday, March 3,1976 &SS&SS3SS WBAl For Continuous Coverage this year's Marathon nmfywia Mar Wednesday, March 3,1976 THE DELPHIAN Page Eleven New Name For World's Blacks EFFECTIVELY IM- an Insult to us. To refer to us as Almighty God gives us that race?" say Bilalian. As Bilalians closely and you'll truly agree that MEDIATELY, I CHOOSE TO "people of color" would be ac- power and authority. Dead minds we will become a stronger there is no God but Allah and the CALL MYSELF A "BILALIAN," ceptable because we are a people don f t do anything but wait for people. Our moral development mission of the Nation of Islam is AND I INVITE ALL OF YOU TO of many colors. When the other than their own to do will strengthen us as a people, what the world of people are In TAKE ON THE SAME NAME. American slave masters referred something for them. which is what we are looking for. search for. Because of the great to us as "colored people," they Bilalian— Master BQal We are in strong search for Thank you for your time to read dissatisfaction and confusion meant that somebody colored us Bilal was a Black Ethiopian unification and accord. Believe these few words. among our people concerning a for God. slave who was an outstanding us when we tell you, "there is no I greet you proper and dignified name for So-called white people named man in the history of Islam. He fear for you, but in Allah and As-Salaam Aiaikurn themselves, we are very happy to themselves "Caucasians" after was the first Muezzin (Minister) Muhammad is His Servant." He The Muslim Students Assn. make this announcement to all the Caucasus Mountains near the of Prophet Muhammad (may is the true return of Christ. Study Your Brother so-called black communities in Black Sea because that was the peace be upon him). He was so Brother W.D. Muhammad Ervin 6X Spencer the West. limit of their divine development sincere and his heart was so pure Your brother, U)6AU Receives Lyons at that time. Many of them are that Prophet Muhammad ibn W.D.Muhammad dissatisfied today with their Abdullah and other leaders of Bilalians Replace Blacks racial names of "white" and Islam under him addressed this From This Day Forward "Caucasian." man as "Master Bilal." Much confusion exists among Brothers and Sisters, I would Bilal was a beautiful and well- BY LYNN RASMUSSEN who has recently been the the Black people of America as to like to see all people of the world known man who was an ancestor It all started at Notre Dame recipient of just about every what name they should use to call themselves by one name— of our people here in America. He college, where he was a Com- possible award in his field? refer to themselves. You hear "Muslims/* Then the world represents the old so-called munications major. The first real In evaluating his work, John such terms as "colored people/* would not have any problems. African people. We have a double experience he had was at WNDU, classifies the Apollo II coverage "Negroes," "Blacks." "Black But there are still people all over connection with Bilal because he South Bend, Indiana. From there, as the most exciting story he's Americans/' and "Afro- the world who are lost in the dark was a Muslim and he was also a it was Youngstown, Ohio, for a ever done: "When you're doing a Americans." You have not set- womb of skin color. So we have to so-called African. Bilal is loved year, as an all-around person. story like that, you know it's tled for any of these names wait for their deliverance into the by all Muslims all over the world, Then, from 1967-1970, he was a history and you do it so that because none of them are names Ijght of Understanding. regardless of color or nationality. writer, editor and producer at history writers will not forget any that are good enough for you. Womb of Skin Color Whether he was loved by them or ABC News. For the past six of those important moments." The name "Black people" is There is no more reason to not, it wouldn't affect the decision years, he has been a newscaster not good enough for you because have doubt or confusion when you here. Bilal was a great man. at WNEW, New York. For the His Best Accomplishment you are something whose identity are asked to identify your race or There is no more reason to have past two months, he has been The story he is most proud of, goes deeper than skin color. your nationality. We are doubt or confusion when you are Faculty Advisor and supporter at an award winner, is a mini- Color, itself, is not even skin "Bilalians" from this day for- asked to identify your race or WBAU, Garden City. documentary called "The Hidden deep. You do not have to cut your ward. You might think that we do your nationality. We are "I'm doing it because I love Passenger." This series dealt skin too deeply before you lose not have the power or the "Bilalians" from this day for- radio and I want to help other with dangerous cargo being the surface skin color. authority to name ourselves, but ward. people love radio. I heard that the transported on passenger planes. The name "colored people" is our new life given to us by When they ask, "What's your students at 'BAU weren't having The intent of it was to get fun. And if you're not having a legislation introduced and good time, it just won't work." passed, and to educate pilots, so Rebuttal by Socialist A New Addition His name is John Lyons, and he is the newest addition to the staff that such cargo would be banned. The outcome of it all was that John's goal was realized. With (Continued from page 8) How come those folks like her people could relate to each other of WBAU, Adelphi's student- the help of the WNEW network, "Well, let's consider that point feel they can be so rude and us like that! As though each person operated radio station. As noted such "hidden passengers" are you just. . / f "That's the trouble folks don't want to be? They miss has dignity, I mean. above, John brings a great deal of now forbidden. with you Leftists, you never want the whole point of it entirely, this Sincerely yours, professional experience and John worked on this particular to hear the Truth" . . . and so on. sort of nonsense, which is, that if Gillian Booth knowledge to this position. More piece with his wife, Christine, She didn't even tell me she was you think you are right you can be importantly, he has a genuine just as he has done on many going to use this conversation in as rude as hell to anyone who interest and concern for the radio items during the past three any way to prove a point against disagrees with y o u ; no station's personnel and years. "She's the best in- me, which I suppose is fairly discussion, no exchange of ideas, (Continued from page 8) problems. terviewer I know/' he says regular behaviorfrom that end of nothing. Just straight-out karate- Sen. James Buckley, whose Where else can prospective proudly. the spectrum. verbal: chop; got me another appearance was also cancelled broadcasters learn from a man When John grows up, he wants I should have answered her leftist today. And that could be was not an S.A.B.-invited who has covered such historic to "go into some sort of broad- questions about "What-does- straight from General Pinochet. speaker. events as the Apollo II mission, casting job. I haven't decided Sodalism-have-to-offer-us-that- Still, I didn't take it personally, We have this week witnessed the 1968 conventions and coun- what area yet, though." Capitalism-does-not" but my I was as anonymous as I could the temporary and possibly tless political primaries? In the meantime, the staff of mind boggled for so long after possibly be under the blanket of permanent demise of the Student Where else can they "re-live" WBAU is proud and happy to that one—I couldn't think where "leftist" and she made sure she Government. Reasons given the experiences of a broadcaster have him along to join in the fun. to start. You see, I said "free remained equally anonymous, were lack of student involvement medical care" instead of what I but it's just as well Connie, and concern. This is easily un- should have said, which is it because even if you didn't KNOW derstood on a campus where the teaches us to behave better I was a Red and just happened to towards each other, and sister, spend a few hours mixing with viewpoints and philosophy of a vast number of students is THE NAVY you sure could learn from it. my friends and I socially, you'd But I was being too polite. I got freak out because you wouldn't consistently ignored. Yours for America, NEEDS SOME the feeling she hated my guts. even begin to comprehend how Connie Campanella, VERY SPECIAL Chairman, A.U. Y.A.F. COLLEGE STUDENTS Accountability. Win a Trip For 2 WHO AREN'T (Continued from page 8) affected the administration, you get its raise, the students will pay higher tuition, and the ad- to the Islands. AFRAID can be sure that they would have been enforced. They are, ministration will do the same ineffectual Job it has been doing Dance Marathon TO FIND however, student Issues. for students. It is time for Adelphi students The only thing that might help Raffle OUT would bo a little noise from the $ to make known their demands. It is not good enough to write students. Ix?t the faculty know 1°° A Chance HOW GOOD faculty responsibilities into a contract. We must get the ad- that you are aware of the workload they a re supposed to be Try Your Luck THEY REALLY ministration to enforce them. We carrying. Also, let the ad- ARE! must also consider the fact that the faculty will be asking for a ministration know that you want the faculty held accountable to Clarification . . . Students consider our martaflfamawf trelring opportunities the mo$t exciting ofteftertge of raise in salary. Can a group their contract. As long as we are (Continued from page 8) their lives Find the challenge thetletde to a/i which will not adhere to a con- paying outrageous tuition we but Just might not want to exciting future et see or *»hore, ei en tract be rewarded by giving them might as well demand minimum distribute activity fees to clubs; In the modern Nevy. more money? Perhaps the services from our employees. we have no indication that they faculty should take a cut in Respectfully, would be willing to add this extra salary. By doing this the Amy Roth responsibility to any member of aforementioned sections of the their staff. So, all concerned INTERVIEW FOR A PROFESSIONAL CAREER contract can be eliminated, and students of this campus, come In •nglnMring, •vlitlon. InltHlgtnct, tX)8ln»M, law ex man«g«m«nt. no one will have to worry about Feature Writers and support this upcoming enforcement. referendum; many, many With tuition going up, this students will suffer if their MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE PLACEMENT OFFICE TO would be an excellent way to save Needed! government disappears. SEE YOUR NAVY OFFICER REPRESENTATIVES, ON CAMPUS. money. Unfortunately for Martin Reiser MARCH 10 students, this does not seem U.C Rm. 307 Graduate Rep. to likely. Probably the faculty will Student Senate Sixi&T^&iN*^^ Page Twelve THE DELPHIAN Wednesday, March 3, It7l jldelphi University Opera Workshop Presents "Cwt Fan Tutte' "Women Are Like That" Workshop Performance Saturday Evening, March 6th Sunday Afternoon, March 7th at 3:30 P.M. Olmsted Theatre Admission: Free ^ii.imiiic^lu^iiiiuiuaj&ijuftiuiiiiiuiij&T i ^^>&*&&&&&-^^ 1976 Summer Program In Israel STUDY the Hebrew language and culture in the land of its birth • MEET the men and women who are her leaders Couple No. 1 • VISIT biblical sights newly accessible • CAPTURE the mood of modem Israel In Short: Join The Hofstra Summer Bob & Diane of In Israel Program Co-sponsored With ! I The Department Of the Biology Club Education And Culture At The Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the July 14 - Aug. 26 6 Credits Dance Marathon For full details contact: Dr. Henry Toledano Director, Hofstra Summer Program In Israel 316 Calkins Hall Herapstead, N.Y. 11550 Wednesday, March 3,1976 THE DELPHIAN Page Thirteen 'George Washington Danced Here' While Sleeping BY LINETTE ANTONUCCI here she Is, world), Gypsy Rose American Indian fire hoop dance and a movie sequel from the will hold a surprise for everyone." offering a true celebration of the The title may sound a Little Lee!!! joys, sorrows, expectations and strange but it aptly describes the Goldwyn Follies featuring A great deal of time will be dreams which have been con- An Artistic Direction George Balanchine's ballet spent on recapturing the at- bicentennial extravaganza which Norman Walker, chairperson tinuously reflected In our dance. will take place when Adelphi's of Adelphi's Performing Arts (complete with Zorlna coming mosphere and mood embodied In As Mr. Walker stated, Dance Theatre captures the joy Department and artistic direc- out of the fountain) will delight each historical genre. Costumes, "American dance has happened of dance throughout America's toro of "George Washington anyone who has ever been moved lighting, music (both live and on everywhere." See it happen in history in its annual spring Danced Here" is doubly excited by dance. It's hard to Imagine tape), slides and film will be the Olmsted Theatre, with the performances. how this kind of production can utilized. guarantee that when it is over about this dance concert. Not be wrapped up. Mr. Walker A Fun, True Celebration Dance In America only does it promise to be a Joy to you can sigh and sit back and say, smiled and explained, "the finale Adelphi's Dance Theatre is "Now, that's entertainment." The bicentennial fervor, wlilch the public but the preparation of has been building for the past this performance has shed some year, has caught hold in the light on what is needed to further theme of this celebration; and a strengthen the dance program. celebration it is. It promises to Mr. Walker stated, "this is a capture the spirit of our nation, work in style, not technique. It the idealism and individualism will give our dancers the op- which has been reflected in portunity to dance in many dif- genres, of dance unique to ferent styles. This performance America. is so diverse, it also showed us American dance is rooted in the (the faculty) that a lot of our essence of our history and is dancers, while strong on equally diverse. The Shakers, the techniques, lack experience with Blacks, the style." This concert is the perfect down-trodden American Indian, the theater, vehicle for giving the dancers and the movies all found an outlet just such an opportunity. in dance. Adelphi's Dance Diverse Continuity Star Spangled Success !!! Theatre will scan the past 200 To give a continuity to all the years and bring the highlights of diversity, the format will be that American dance to life. of a vaudeville show, complete A Dancing Stripper with two girls bringing out cards The production will be diverse to announce each segment. It as our past life styles. It will seems no matter who or what depict the serious, religious your favorite is, you'll catch it nature of Die Shakers, who tired during this concert. There will be to dance their sins away. It will folk dancing; the gym scene from show the development of modern "West Side Story;" Steam Heat dance during the late 19th cen- from "The Pa jama Game; 1 ' the tury and into the 1930s. And then Carousel Waltz from comes some of our best loved and "Carousel;" and Honestly Sin- most joyous memories in the cere from "Bye Bye Birdie." revival of such favorites as Ann If that isn't enough to excite Miller, Fred Astaire and Ginger your interest, the cake walk, the Rogers, and (here she is, boys— Keystone Cops, the Hockettes, an Adelphi Arts Action Friday, March 5 through Sunday. March 7: Dance Marathon. 6 p.m., Friday through 8 p.m., Sunday in the University Center. Sponsored by S.A.B. to benefit the National Hemophilia Foundation. Admission is $5 for a weekend pass or $2 for each day, at the door. Sixteen couples will be dancing to fifty hours of live music, while special events such as a Celebrity Auction, Hustle Contest, and Children's Afternoon are held. On Sunday, an "all you can eat1' Waffle Breakfast from 10 a.m. to 2 Star Spangled Washboard Band "snap, crackles and pops" their way into the audience's hearts. p.m. will be followed by a Flea Market. (Photo by Kurt Muller) Sunday. March 7 through March 28: Annual Rug and BY DUNE FRASSANITO Bow Tie .Johnson on acoustic they perform would be difficult. Wall Hanging Exhibit. The Gallery at Alumni House. AND PETER TEICHMANN guitar and banjo, Wild Bill Haze Their act as described by Hours: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., weekdays. Free. Apathy took a vacation from on Washboard, spoons, mouth Broadway Harris consists of, the Adelphi campus Friday night. harp and other assorted per- "Songs of the 20's, Jokes of the Through March 4: Visual Arts Coalition Show. The cussion, Pepper Sizzle out of Fort Gallery at Alumni House. Hours: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., On Friday night. The Star 3(Vs and Smell of the 40 V which Spangled Washboard Band, a Worth, Texas on drums, means music spaced with weekdays. Free. Art exhibit featuring the works of group of six young men with a Broadway Harris on electric comedy. fourteen professional women artists. wealth of talent, brought their guitar mid lead vocals and To mention every song they Monday, March 1 through March 14: Cosmo Art Show. combination of Rock & Roll, Rajsaan De Beau on fiddle. performed would take up the University Center Exhibit Gallery. Hours: 10 a.m. to 7 Country and Blues, to Adelphi. To put into words what these whole Arts section of the p.m., weekdays. Free. Exhibit of paintings by graduate The crowd and the welcome six musicians do with the songs (Continued on page 19) student Nick Cosmo. given them was amazing. For the students of Adelphi to give a Monday, March 1 through April 11: "The Eagle: An Exhibition of Original Woodcuts by Domjan." Swirbul Library. Hours: 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday through welcome filled with such en- thusiasm and volume was most unusual. Mozart Workshop Thursday; 9a.m. to5 p.m., Friday and Saturday; 1 p.m. The group has been together The Opera Workshop of the two performances, a nd give them to 11 p.m., Sunday. Free. Color woodcuts executed in for five years and has its base in Music Department will give two with piano and minimal staging, honor of the Bicentennial by internationally famous Albany. Starting out as an performances of Mozart's "Cod sets and costumes. They will, artist Joseph Domjan, whose works are included in the acoustic jug group, the band has fan tutte" in the Olmsted Theatre thereby, be real "Workshop" permanent collections of 140 museums on four con- expanded its capabilities and now next Saturday evening, March 6 performances. While they will tinents. caters to any medium, be it Rock at 8 p.m. and next Sunday af- have a minimum of staging, sets & Roll or Blues. When asked how ternoon, March 7 at 3:30 p.m. and costumes, they will have a Saturday, March 6, 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 7, 3:30 the group got started, Sloppy Joe Performances by the Opera maximum of music. p.m.: Mozart's "Cosi fan Tuttle" by the Adelphi Opera Gyro replied, "Motherly in- Workshop have been four in Mozart was one of the greatest, Workshop. Olmsted Theatre. Free. fluence had a lot to do with it." number, and they have been If not the greatest opera com- Wednesday, March 10 through Friday, March 12: The band has and will be given with complete orchestra, poser of all times. "Cosi" con- Theatre Program Senior Workshop Productions. 2 p.m. touring the country stopping next sets and costumes. But about a tains some of Mozart's finest and 8 p.m. each day in the Olmsted Theatre (Main In Atlanta. In the past, they have month ago, the Administration music. It is a delightful comedy Stage). Free—no reservations needed. A series of played at State and Country cancelled the Opera Workshop and will be performed by an "all workshop productions, directed and performed by Fairs and Disney World. This and withdrew the budget. How- Adelphi*' cast of current music week their first single will be ever, so much had already gone majors, graduates and faculty. senior theatre students. "All's Well That Ends Well" released. Into the preparation that Mr. Admission is free. The Music will be presented on March 10; the March 11 and 12 The Star Spangled Washboard Lawrence Rasmussen, Chair- Department extends a cordial performances will each consist of three separate one- Band consists of Sloppy Joe Gyro person of the Music Department, invitation to all to come and bring man shows. on bass and background vocals, decided to go ahead, give only your friends. Page Fourteen THE DELPHIAN Wednesday, March 3,1976 On the way to "Dancing in the Moonlight.*' (Arnold Sobers and Cheryl Anderson) Take It off, take It all off. (Phillip PadJlla) Fashion Debut Catch those legs! (Judy Gonzales) At Adelphi U. Alpha Phi Alpha presented its Third Annual Semi- Formal Fashion Show and Ball on February 28 from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. in the University Center Ball Room. Three coordinators and four make-up persons assisted the sixteen models in presenting the latest fashions in sportswear, semi-formal and formal evening wear and casual wear. The clothes were furnished by various sponsors with Adelphi University student originals as added attractions. Ready to attack the evening. (Judy Gonialet) $$&-&$$¥?':'?^ Photos by Val Neves Hmm, pretty nice clothes! (Frank Medina) How ya doin' baby? (Edna Hill) Wednesday, March 3,1976 THE DELPHIAN Page Fifteen Theatre Presents Senior Workshop B V LINETTE ANTONUCCI poetry and song. Scottie Davis, a 'The Seduction" taken from Neil In its continuous efforts to senior acting major, who Simon's "The Good Doctor." The bring the fruits of its training to directed the recent all-black Gallery Players will bring these the community, Theatre Adelphi Reader's Theatre Production, three plays in repertory to the art presents a festival of senior "Everything Must Change or gallery in the Student Union workshop productions directed There's More to Being? Than during the month of April as part and conceived by our senior Meets the Eye" will present "I, of the bicentennial activities on actors. too, Sing America/ 1 a work which campus. Vital Workshop Element relates to the Black Experience. A Variety While workshops have been a At Last The festival promises a variety basic and vital element in the of material, performers and professional training offered in The last day of the festival will styles of performance. Mr. the theatre program, for the past feature the Gallery Players; four Harvey is proud of the hard work three years a lack of space has junior acting majors who have displayed by those who have hindered displaying the work to been taking an independent study taken the initiative to present the public. Joel Harvey, coor- in play production in relationship their theses to the public. "The dinator, is especially excited that to the bicentennial activities on students have prepared the (the workshops) will finally be campus. The afternoon will program on an entirely voluntary open to the public. consist of three plays in reper- basis and are excited about tory. They include "Home Free" presenting their work to the "These workshops have by Sanford Wilson directed by community," Mr. Harvey stated. enriched the program tremen- John Byrne, one of the Gallery "It's a time of joy for our seniors dously/' he explained. "They, Players; "Aria da lappo" by and these shows are their gift to more than anything else show the Edna St. Vincent Millay and the community." quality of our t r a i n i n g and program. It gives the actors the chance to put all their training, knowledge and skills to work. These workshops are a wonderful New Old field reflection of the program/ 1 Mr. Harvey hopes that this festival will act as a springboard Sounds Out The Divine Miss M Records. out with a New Impression on Atlantic for the workshops' becoming an annual event, eventually leading to student-written plays. BY NELSON VINOKUR Oramadawn—Mike (Virgin Records) Oldfleld finished hearing Oramadawn, one can't really recall any of the melody, for reason that there aren't any memorable pieces on Diuiwe Wwa \IHI BYJILLKOKET SenlorThesis Ommadawn is Mike Oldfield's the album. After listening to this Bette Midler: Songs For the New Depression (Atlantic The festival will last three days third album, and like Tubular music, don't expect to be hum- with performances in both the Bells and Hergest Ridge, Oldfield Records) ming it to yourself. afternoon and evening. The first plays mast of the instruments, On Tubular Bells, each For the past two years, we Bette Midler freaks have day will feature two per- which include harp, guitar, been long awaiting the "Divine Miss M's" third album. movement sounded d i f f e r e n t . formances of Shakespeare's mandolin, banjo, organ, and tons Well, here it is, folks; and it is a winner. Bette Midler: Each movement sounded as if it "All's Well that Ends Well." Sue of others including rock's most ignored instrument, the were worked on as a separate Songs for the New Depression is a zestful emporium of Joseph, a senior directing major, has condensed Ihis play to an glockenspiel. piece of music instead of one different kinds of exciting sounds, which all have one continuous piece of music. beautiful thing in common: the versatile voice of our hour and a half version of the Where as Tubular Bells was a Ommadawn lacks the melodic original and presents it as her Ms. Midler. movie soundtrack (Actually just structure of Tubular Bells, but senior directing thesis. the first movement was used for don't write Ommadawn off as a Each song on Midler's latest disc is done in an en- OneManShows The Exorcist.), the music was bad album. There is a lot of joyably different style from the next. The first cut, The second day will consist of fresh and memorable, while promise in thus album, showing "Strangers in the Night,M is done in the swingin', disco- three senior one-man shows. Ommadawn sounds like it should that Oidfield has a lot of talent in music style so prevalent in today's night clubs, while the Thomas Keegan, a directing IK? used as a movie soundtrack. writing as well as playing music. lively "Samedi et Vendredi" is sung in delightful major, has derived his thesis The music all flows together Maybe one day, Oldfield will French. If you're a Bob Dylan fan, you'll surely enjoy from the writings of Herman nicely, with some, but very few bless the world with another listening to the country-ish "Buckets of Rain," on which Hesse. Denise Welborn, an acting vocals, and very good in- masterpiece such as Tubular major, presents to the public, strumental work by Oldfield. As Bells, that will once again exhibit Midler is joined by Dylan. "doing Home," a theme about was the problem with Hergest his vast amount of talent. But as Songs for the New Depression is a super album, but I going home using a variety of Ridge (Oldfield's second one- for now, I can't wait to see a wouldn't recommend it to just anybody— only to those materials from literature, prose, man symphonic album), when movie for Ommadawn. who are into good music. Book Tells of the Limits of Imagination BYC.W. much that I couldn't wait. would have enjoyed this more. missed the stories in this Each one is a gem to be read and Children of the Dune (Analog) I can't say this is the There is a iot of repetition of facts collection, you have missed a lot. reread. This latest by Frank Herbert is culmination of the trilogy or even established in the first two the long awaited sequel to DUNE and DUNE MESSIAH. It is currently being specialized in one of his best books. It is en- tertaining and does hold your interest. The tg rouble seems to novels. The landscape and populace of Dune are as bright and exciting Matchbox Audience Enjoys Brel BYIIAKRYSCHUTZ the Student Activities Board, was Analog Magazine, and I have be that there are no new places or directed by Ix?e Davis. Jacques eagerly awaited each issue for people and thus it suffers by as ever. The atreides twins have "If we only had love, then grown.and Alia has become what tomorrow will dawn and the days Brel is Alive and Well and Uving the past three months. This is a comparison with the first two in Paris starred Mary Heinkele, lousy way to read a novel, but I parts of the trilogy. I think that if the Bene Gesserit dreaded. of our lives will rise on that morn Jessica returns from Caladan, M Annette Hanington, Ray Tudor, enjoy Mr. Herberts writings so I had not read the first two, I and Michael Ingram with and there is a mysterious The Matchbox Players stranger named the Preacher. musically charmed their small musical direction provided by Dance On, Woodruff Floor Well, It's up to you. If you have read the first two parts of the Adelphi audience into the world of Jacques Brel with their Winston Clark. Every now and then throughout the per- trilogy, who could resist the presentation of Jacques Brel is formance, one could hear a third, and If you haven't, you will Alive and Well and Living in scratchy, quivering, or off-key enjoy this one more than I did. Paris on Monday evening, voice; yet, considering the hectic * The Best of Isaac Aslmov February 23. pace at which the play requires Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well the performers to drive them- (Fawcett) and Living in Paris is a musical selves, the show achieved ex- I thought that I had read of the finest calibre. The play cellence. everything Aslmov had written features twenty-four choral It was disappointing but un- under his own name, but I was arrangements, which were the derstandable that most of the wrong, there were a few new work of the French poet and audience chose to leave during ones. Even without the new lyricist Jacques Brel. Each song, Intermission. Jacques Brel is stories, it was great because such as "Carousel," "Am- Alive and Well and Living in most of the other stories I had sterdam." and "If We Only Had Paris had been billed as a play, read only once and years ago. Love/* leaves its audience and many students probably Asimov Is one of the few humming with their feet tapping, pictured a production with stage science fiction writers with a anxious to hear more. The songs, designs, a majority of speaking thorough understanding of the which are basically tied together parts, and most of all a discer- sciences. He actually predicted in by firel's commentary, seem to nible plot. Instead, they were the thirties and forties many of depict the lack of love in our greeted by one song after Debbie Delguldice, Denise Patterson, and Jane Setteducato (1. to r.) today's realities. If you haven't private lives and throughout another. Those who stayed were performed at 1st Spring Dance Workshop. (Photo by Waldo read any Aslmov, this Is a must, .society. treated to a rare musical ex- Sutherland) and If you know him and have The play, brought to AdelphJ by perience. 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(navprofc) psychology. Computer Service also available (212) 2SK-157S. Wednesday, March 3,1976 THE DELPHIAN Page Nineteen A.U. Loses Lead in Tight Enduring Battle BYJANETOUSSATY mltted its first error in at- the score to 52-61. An Adelphi twelve point lead tempting to break the press and The Redmen would not let go, slowly diminished to one at four other ones before the half freezing the score with four halftime but rose again, taking ceased. St. John's wheeled In ten minutes remaining. The command of St. John's straight points to Adelphi's zero, Scoreboard lit 52-52. University for seven minutes of making the standing 28-27 in the Two l>aurencin sinkers and a the second period only to have a Redmen's favor. St. John's foul shot gave A.U. a back and forth battle for the title A.U. 's Linda Frisby broke the three point profit with less than a in the 13 minutes remaining in the ice and closed the period giving minute to go. war last Thursday night. Adelphi the halftime lead in the The Panthers missed their next Refs Weaken When Needed final seconds. scoring attempt, and St. John's In the final tension-packed Adelphi charged into the carne down with the rebound. A moments, neither squad gave up second half, gaining five points "Red" player was trapped with the fight, but yielding under the on top of St. John's and keeping it the ball, but received help from a pressure were the officials, in teammate who walked out of what turned out to be the turning NEW YORK STATE bounds and in again to receive point of the contest and the BASKETBALL the pass. No violating signal from deciding of the winner, St. John's, TOURNAMENT the official. 59-56. SEEDINGS An "Obvious" Push With three minutes showing on 1. Cortland The Redmen then pulled ahead the clock, Lisa Ixiurencin gave 2. Brooklyn with two baskets, 57-56. After an Adelphi the lead of 56-53. At :50, 3. Lehman Adelphi time out and nine and an identical score, St. John's 4. St. John's seconds showing, A.U.'s gained possession of the ball after 5. ADEIJMU I^aurencin, out in the open, an A.U. missed shot, but could 6. Brockport purposely fouled the opponent, not find an outlet due to the 7. Ithaca hoping for a missed foul shot and Panthers' chocking defense. The 8. One onto an Adelphi opportunity at the Redmen's Sue Bretthauer walked basket and at the win. Lauren- out of bounds, passed by the key until a 13:39 reading on the clock, cln's "push," however, was not and came in to receive a pass and a deadlock score of 39-39. called by the official. A.U.'s Judy from her troubled teammate. Neck and Neck Kelly, with seconds ticking away Bretthauer proceeded downcourt St. John's Terry Manley gave took her turn at committing the and a St. John's score made the the go-ahead basket at 41-39, but violation. The referee's whistle standing 56-55. an Adelphi Patty McHale foul sent St. John's Sue Bretthauer to The Big "If" shot and two consecutive hoops the line. She converted on the "IF" the violation was called, by Lome McGill gave Adelphi first attempt of the one and one the Panthers would have had the the leading honors, 44-41. McGill situation and sunk the second, ball underneath their basket and caused a St. John's turnover, ending the game at 59-56. the opportunity to work one of the giving the ball back to Adelphi for By the referees not calling such plays proven successful in the a possible score. The Redmen a clear violation as I-aurencin's, past. There was a chance at 58-53 caught up, 44-44, with ten minutes during such an abvious fouling in the final seconds rather than left and again the score knotted situation, "is forcing us to really the steadfast 56-55. by an exchange of baskets by hurt someone . . . so they (of- Panther GLnny Kelly said she opponents McGill and Dottie ficials) would know," com- knew the girl went out of bounds, Giordano, 46-46, less than a mented Coach Janet Ficke. "because I pushed her out—the minute later. McGill led the Adelphi scorers ref didn't see that either." With Fouls. . . with 16 and Laurencin, out with Kelly's violation occurring first, Because A.U. was in foul foul trouble, captured 14 during St. John's should have been given trouble early in the second her moments in the game. Adelphi's Mary Mackey, a rookie, releases her shot above and beyond the ball at the free throw line in a period, St. John's spent a lot of The Adelphi Panthers travel to the opponents' outstretched hands. (Photo by Gary Vorwald) one and one situation, instead of time on the free throw line taking Stony Brook State University this risking a turnover when they took advantage of the penalty weekend for the State Tour- Track Takes . . . the ball downcourt, a disad- vantage. In her seven years as Varsity situation. The Redmen scored nine charity shots while the Panthers tallied one. nament, holding a fifth place finish last year and an identical seeding this season. They will (Continued from page 20) v e n g e f u l one for the A . U . Coach at Adelphi, Janet Ficke for Two Adelphi baskets and a St. face first seeded Cortland State second among the field and Jon tracksters. the first time rose out of her seat John's three point play narrowed at 5 p.m. on Friday. Williams grabbed the number To the Future! questioning the official's call (or Swim Champs two spot Ln the mile run with a Next week the team will travel silence) that evening versus St. 4:15.4 performance. In the 2-rnile back to Princeton to compete in John's. run Curtis Minnis posted his best the IC4A championships. Schools How It Began time of the season, hanging on to from all over the northeast will Both teams Initiated their full (Continued from page 1) fourth place in 9:30. be attending. For Adelphi, such court presses which were The girls scored points, Lynn For the most part, the team maintained throughout, Adelphi jocked It for the meet, and was Weldberg was sixth In the 200 fly, guys like Kevin Price and Dollar 2nd In the 200 breast and third In easily won the meet but, as an Rill Dabney will be looking to In a zone and St. John's in a seventh in the 100 fly, with Peg indicator of team strength, A.U. player to player. the 100. In two weeks he dropped Eickelberg 9th. Margaret win. Price Is ranked fourth in the from a 2:42 in the 200 to a 2:33.8. should have scored even more country with his 46.5 440 effort The Redmen received their Whelan was llth In the 100 back. points. There was no doubts at Jay Liegey, on one hour of sleep, Maureen Smith was llth In the while Dabney is ranked fourth in first two points of the contest the end of the 76 C.T.C.s who was after three minutes elapsed on placed sixth in the 100 breast 200 back, and Cathy Dunn, 12th in the country in the 1,000 yard run. The day before he had to fly out the best team there and Coach He Is also ranked sixth in the 880 the clock. A.U. jumped out to a the 200 breast. Brazil knew it. He heartily ac- to California to testify In a Bruce Temple scored 25 points yard run with an impressive time sturdy lead, 18-6, while breaking criminal case. He walked Into cepted the trophy on behalf of the of 1:51.3. They a re only two of the the St. John's press each time with a second in the 1 meter dive team that could have had it last Court and as soon as the and a third off the high board athletes A.U. has to send—so upcourt. defendant saw him, he pleaded year as well but, this year was a watch for them next Sunday. St. John's head coach, Vlckl Ellen Feyck was fourth on the Kresse called her second time guilty. one meter. Your buddy, Joe Sbarra placed Points scored, Adelphi 469, Spangled. out, at 13:28 td revamp their strategy. The Sec ret Formula The secret formula turned out 8th In the 200 free and scored points In the 50 and 100. Bob Deveney with a :54.9 was fifth In Manhattan College, 365. Twelve firsts, 7 school records, 8 Division records, 1 plaque, 1 (Continued from page 13) the second, that old favorite, "Ole the 100 free, and looks like our bowl, and one dunk In the pool for DELPHIAN! However, I can't do Rocky Top." When asked about to be "patience" as St. John's sprint star of the future. me. that, so you 11 have to settle for the audience's response, Bow Tie worked Its offense and waited for Steve Cohen was sixth In the Wish you were with us. the following. Their rendition of Johnson replied, "The audience Adelphi to commit mistakes. 500 free, 5th In the 1650, with Jim Regards, "Rocky Racoon" lasted fifteen tonight was great. We do our In the last five minutes of the Fergerson 7th. opening period with an Im- Inrtn minutes find ted the audience in show no matter what, but tonight U'2? realty great.'* pressive 27-18 spurt, A.U. com- stitches. Humor and action dominated most of the sketches. The group ties everything together, often repeating jokes The evening was just that. Personally, it was the most en- i! Tryei1!! from earlier In the show. Their rendition of "Ole Joe Clark" and tertaining evening I've had at Adelphi in three years. As for the Monday and _ ^'--mm Special." "The Orange b**,*,... audience, all I can say Is keep It T *'« eood to go to a packed Tuesday. had the audience dancing in the up. it. 0 - u o q r the aisles. coffeehouse ana u_. First Selections: In opposition to the typical Wednesuu1/ audience's hoots and hollar*;. AS Adelphi crowd, The Star for The Star Spangled Washboard L Spangled Washboard Band was Band. . . well, much could be brought back for two encores, one A.U.'i Ed Zeilmafl broke record! tad qualified for the NatUmali to a spoof of the McDonald's Jingle, said. If you weren't there, you missed a wonderful evening. Finals: ft last week's Mets. (Photo by Gary Vorwald) [e Twenty THE DELPHIAN Wednesday. March 3f 1976 Women's Basketball State Tournament at Stony Brook Friday, Saturday, Sunday A Loss That's A Win - Adelphi Strong BYSTKVKA.C.AITHER V* • I f* fW* *^fl t V * * *-* * •#**• *. .«--» «« MMt - * i V^h^^^^^^BaiM i ^B< • ••• aiai ^^^••^^•^^^^^^^^aa• ^^^^^^» ^^^^^ 1 Playing their last game of the season Thursday night before a homecourt crowd, Adelphi's capers lost to a Division Ill's 10th Panthers Fall: ranked ESridgeport 93-89. At the sound of the buzzer, a Bridgeport player jumped from ? ,. : An Icarus Flight the bench and fought with Pan- ther Alan Bluman. Fans, players, : : ! M• : • } •' < i ! BYTOMDONOHUE Swarming over the court with the strategies of both teams r e m a i n e d much the same. and the coaches all got into the ' fr • i M fire in their eyes and wings on Adelphi stayed in a 3-2 zone ten-minute scene. their feet, the Hawks of Mon- defense and ran their fast break, The Panthers can be credited mouth College handed Adelphi w h i l e M o n m o u t h c o n t i n u e d to with playing one of if not their University a 90to7.'i loss Monday press and r u n . best name of the season. of last week Monmouth's McRae And Morton A l t h o u g h losing the season tenacious defense and Excel closer, the A d e l p h i squad firecracker fast break looked like At one point Adelphi closed the exhibited a flair for teamwork a Division III version of their score to a ten point deficit at 74 to and togetherness which should neighbors from Rutgers f>4. hut the Hawks could never be have a positive effect on the University. The loss gave Adelphi caunht. Throughout the contest future of this young team. a record of 15 wins and 10 losses, (iorden McCrae c o n t i n u e d to The late arrival of a second while Monmouth stands at 20 show brilliance on the fast break referee delayed the game thirty wins and 4 losses. as fir sped by three or four m i n u t e s . Bridgeport q u i c k l y SrniorNighl Monmouth players innumerable moved out in front by four points Annual Senior Night at Mon- times to create scoring situations on Iwo long bombs. Marshall mouth nave the Hawks four for his t e a m m a t e s . McCrae Williams countered with a high starting seniors. This gave the finished with 22 points, second rising jump shot of his own as he Panthers an opportunity to ex- only to senior, co-capt. Morton scored six of his 15 first half ploit a change in personnel, while who played his finest game of the points and tied the score at 10-10 jumping out to an early lead of 12 season. Morton, who was injured mth 4:4i< gone in the first half. to ft on assorted baskets by Mike in pre-.season practice and spent 'Hie visitors took a ten point lead Morton. Marshall Williams, and much of the vear on the bench as t h e y held the P a n t h e r s (iary Slovens. A.U held the lead scoreless for six straight until the ten minute mark of the minutes. Up, down, and through the rim goes the basketball from the hand of first half when Monmouth tied But Cordon McCrae and Panther Dwayne Cotton. (Photo by Joe Kenyon) the score at 24. Williams teamed up to pull the gone in the second h a l f . score instantly and personally M Then the Hawks had replaced I'anthers to within one point with Bridgeport began to find range on cut the I'.H lead to two points most of their seniors with their 1 OS left to go in the half. But a their shots and matched their with <>:20 left to go in the game. explosive starting five. From this lump shot at the buzzer gave U.B. largest lead of the first half with Cotton and McCrae continued to point on Monmouth went to a zone a three point lead to take back to Hi minutes left to play in the control the second half as they press and increased the tempo of the locker room at .19-42. game. scored 14 and 17 points in the the game considerably. •> The Hawks pressed, ran their Adelphi's Al Bluman opened Coach Kossler made one of his second half respectively. better coaching moves of the fast break and shot at an in- second half scoring with a foul Hut Adelphi could not contain season when he inserted Dwayne the hot shooting Connecticut credible percentage of 65 percent line jump shot which allowed the (26 for 39* from the floor, while home team to pull to within one Cotton, Adelphi's best all around team and finally fell under the offensive player. Cotton began to pressure. Adelphi hit on 55 percent of their point with less than a minute shots MB for 29). This shooting Mike Morton and Dave Graff margin provided Monmouth with Track Takes C.T.C. Title clocking m a t 1:11.2. Bill eclipsed played their last games as Panthers. a 52 to 38 half time led. At the outset of the second half By Rich Field Last year the Adelphi tracksters were heavily favored to win the Collegiate Track the previous mark by 2 seconds. Also. Dorian McKae leaped 46*2';: inches to set a new record for the Adelphi Basketball Shoots Conference meet but s u f f e r e d defeat at the hands of C. W. Post. Before last night. A.U. was again favored but this time there was meet in the triple jump. Dorian later came back to win the high jump in (i'G" inches from the first place to his credit. Down Bridgeport II. In Brawl no question of who would come Of course, the A.U. relay away with the first place trophy. teams, the mile and two-mile, set The meet was held at the records also. The mile relay Princeton University airdome breezed to victory timed at this year which helped many of :i: 17.4. b r e a k i n g the former the competitors better their record by 4 seconds. Handy Panther Gordie McCrae has been times. Over the previous years Clarke was a particular standout nominated for All-State and the CTCs were held at the for the A . U . quarter-milers as he E.C.A.C. Rookie of the Year. Columbia bubble but the good 'ol sprinted the distance in 48.8 (Photo by Joe Kenyon) bubble had blown down because seconds. The t w o - m i l e relay of the recent high winds that easily stroked across the tape, tossed in 29 points, his highest swept the area. Anyway, the after having difficulty breaking total in an Adelphi uniform. This point roundup looked like this: away earlier, and they were seemed ritting for the co-c apt. in Adelphi annihilating Its com- timed at 7:53.8, 5 seconds better his next to last varsity game. petition with a total of 71 points. than the record set in 1971. I-ast Words From Woodruff Fairlelgh Dickinson with ?5 and but not least, Dave Arcieri ex- Auelphi coaches Marv Kessler C. W. Post accumulated 22 points. ploded to heave the shot-put 54 and Harvey Golub were un- Other teams with meager scores feet 9 inches for a first place disturbed by the loss. They felt were Baruch, Glassboro State of effort. that the Panthers gave 100 New Jersey and New York Tech. Supporting Actors percent effort and played an to name a few. The other performances that excellent game. It just happened Tracksters ^rtecords contributed to the CTC title in- that Monmouth was a team ^ *7iutul of meet records were cluded Mel Richardson's seconed . place in the 440 yard run clocked ... ,n MI per b talent and on set in this year edition of the CTCs. Among them fro Adelphf, at 49.5, Nell Hamilton's second In this particular night they who, Incidentally, gathered the the 60 yard high hurdles timed at neglected to make a mistake 7.3. Also.. Frank Vega ran the ftw throughout the entire contest. most of any other team there, were Dollar Bill Dabney, leaving yard run in 1:56.4 seconds placing the pack from the start and (Continued on page 10) Yay, Swimmers!
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