TheRecord_Volume81a_1977

The Record SUNY Buffalo State Student Newspaper

Volume 81a

June 1977- December 1977

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Judg,:'�order ·

The !lenate dec i sion cameafter an ordor byJudjteJo..,phJ.RICo\ta, which poSlponed the election until theSena:e decided thequesliun of whetherJacobycould run Mterthe io.l,Jacobynmasawrit<>-in ndidate The resull of the elect i on w111 a for Jacoby OYer l!rowii,601 lol72. ln a suit namin;; College Presiden� E. K. f'Jetwtll and the United 1 , StudenU' Govttnment, B,o..n alleges . :�:=p��°!.::":t:"�t� Constilutionalpro•·isiQfl t i , Mc�;,"�;'! � is tha: t ;;�.:r�n� a :� beforeJudgeMattiN, that the USG _ �::�::�i d� i " proYWons far , 1 nate den landllide v i ctory

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Oold received a Doctor of ln Co11nselor ::��; i!o;'oo� n : y �=�:2 J:. and M.Ed. dq:rees from Penn State Co � n o : i � , Ce � la ted with JeYl!rl l proffHional auoc:iation1incllxlln&the National Aaoeiatlon for Student Penonnel Adm!nl1trator1.He h1..11also publish¢ uticles related/to CUHr developmentln\

0 "M r . Daniel Hunter should also be a;,ngratulated for the excellent jobhe has done while serving � aeting director of Finincial Aid• over the pi,styear," . f'retwellsaiid . Troy joined the Buffalo State College community in 196& as assistant director of Financial Aid•" From 1966 to 1967. he wu Coordinator of Hous.ing. From 1967 to1969.htwas an as.wd:11ewithlhe office of Student Affair• lwforc b,,,,omin�dire<:tor of Financial Aids in 1969.

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editorial \P,'ith the� or the Man),iana eoml"OmiseAct of 1977 bythe New York SU.le ture • oens,, of proport on coupled w i th compromise �u finally ttmovtd U,estigrn•calUllpot anokl'n h•ve lone had to . carrywith lhNII. lno .,..if\ mi:iniclit roll call vote, 32-28. NeW YorkState Joined n ne oU1ermusinttluin11p<,nal1ielrorpotoffe-. . \\' th .,...,. 30 million p,!Oplo, wftl over one-sixth of the tot.o.l population ..t,0 .:,,e polsmot.n. New YorltState hid been subjectin&oth..-w� bl.me!"" !:?i1�=l:�=�r!:. "' co::"�;;::�:��:����-;:,��[;���-�: thepollce•ndrounoy1u.m11o di vertlheirener,inan d lctlv i uesfro . mtrack1nr d<)wnan d pumiin(.seriou1cr i mie. The ...:ommitud m('00$Ul'10 IO d e<::rimina!iu small •mounts or mai jualll, which ,...,co,...iden,d dead only ta,1 month, . reflei:ts a recons d ered po!nt of vie•bym.,,,t,.,nofbothhou9"1inAlb&ny&!ongwithaohiftlnpublicop1nion. Notably, the lobhyina:elforu.bythe New YorkPublic lntereltReseuchGro�p :::., v :1 1 i!GJ1:n��-::;:a�!tu::'.i:;:�:!;::���: e ��;;����l�� Record facing new challmges; objectivity fir� In tocUy'• worl d or media confulion, "·here newspap,,r< mun Y i e wilh televisionlottl>ei.ttention of potential readers,the newspaptt huto blllan<:(' itane,npqe1•ndeditorialeontentoo u\oinSUte i uconwmerappet.laswell uitspenonalityan d purpose. In a memorand\lm "Titten byA.M. Rosenthal upon t,e,coming managing :::;.,o:u��e�:�;� !,t',:;.�;:: i �:��;x:;�!��:..: b !: i � e i �I:��:; bythe worl d it live. in. And not orten ha,•e there l>N!nt me$wt.,cn the mirror renectsNch an intense,trug;ile to iden1ifyand mainl..aln\hewluesthatrnron \ mo:��=�:�:!;·t:�t��:n:: 1 ! "' t!r�e�1!t�;�; d ��!-���. whereas the RECORD ;. not,how'-""er what remains the1,1me i• t h ch both work, a journal i sticallyfrankp�int or ,· i ew. Thisyear.wehope . to o :i��:!?��:�:\:iv:� h u���::::;����';:� i :���nrt;. ea h ng h al's words, ··we struggle to ac h ieve theh. ighntposs i bled�ee of :=.::�· 0�=:� it ;er!n'!t::. ter : ;:;!:iy t �;���:. : d pr :�t ;.�� :: d comment4,togiveaccus«lpeople or in•titutions t h t ri1ht toimmedia rt'PlY It will" 'u.ke � time and expaien,;e for the REOORD to a,:hieve these iDf.lJ, howl!V..-, th..-ewill alway1be new goals to reach for.Thltwill be ourparticular challenge \ � Robih Plin e r Rick Diana David Wann e mach e r Bill Wipp e rt Dann Wulf Carol Br e slau Amy Toback ' G e org e ann e Hor e s Mark Mis e rcola Mic� e ll e Torba Editor-in-Chi e f Managing Editor. N e ws Editor Photography Editor · Sports Editor ..._ Graphics Editor � Bull e ti� e �6��a ��\tg� Editorial Pag e Editor Adv e rtising Manag e r wl!; =.t,.. In Ro..,nt Jituat i on,udosi to real Weore sure no one wO\ll tyas poss ble, to av _ oi our own pejorat i dd oubt the value aeonstitut onallyguoranteed

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Buffalo State College; more than meets the eye

_ \ O ne o """' stu Colleee h im""!! wil y t u d mg, and provides. Th e Sw d o he d 1 l il f th ent uu. hou d e mai

p, io ng Buffalo Sute familiariu .man y <:amp u l that eac h n,loaited a c ro r;s u o i ties or any to ,

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College officials deny char es inRockwell 8v KIMVANDYKE an d w« e "h.uud o u1." JOHNBYCZKOWSKI Henry Michalski, acUn1 North Allegal.lona that the [ire that "Division chld at the Butralo Fire .• damaged Rockwell H&U auditoriumat Department, told theBuffaloEvening ' BuffaloStnte CoUeee Morxlay,Sept, Ne.., that ' 'bedding and otrice 1 2.wu, , r,..ult ofunheedl'dw•ninp equipment piled on the lltlge and from Joa,l and 1tate,r, n inspe<:ton orchestn are1. of the auditorium ... -.P;,:r:�!;·�!�:;�; o ���� ;��:o: ::�·�: li : dir'-"'tor of the eoUege'1 offiee of resp0.n5e to warnings issued by state PublieA!f.airs,was_well undercontrol fin; ini;pecton, and alio by Buffalo by the Buffalo , Foe Department by orflcials, who have "no power to 8:15a.m. enforce the ordcr,MichalskitoldThe No orte was injured,and damoge New1. J , , eJtimatfihaunot yetbeen confirmed Phillip Lomlll<,of the New York because of . pouibleunknown damq:e S1.11teOffice ofFire Prevention and to th e building'& Burchfi e l d Center Contr o l in Albo.ny,sai d that R o nald art c o ll e cti o n, accor d ln' 10 th e E.• M o or e ,Buffalo inspector rar that . . Buffa lo Fir e D e pa1 1 ment office, c o nducted th e inspecti o n o n A IJ)O k esman for th e d tputm�t N ov embtr 9, 1976, an d >Sl u ed a aal d thu smo ke ruchfd th e report t o th e co l le&: e o nDecembu12, Burchfiel d are&,butthll flams d id 1976. not. • L o max listed accumulati o n o r Th e tir e ,be!ined to have b ee n '!"Mte paper,furnitur e anduonig e ua I ;��!c;;c;;:, fi �� ur :;'�!ie o r1�:,'; f: n �� o t ed ha �!,�e!i:;f> ouldhave ... th e 1tag e .Wat.er c ov er ed m05t o t the H e saidthat, de p e n d ing o n th e age and th e flo o r In fr o nt o r th e e,:�nt · o f th e ha:w-d an d thatfun d in,: lllag e .Sm o k e went through m05t" o r ava,�b!e at th e c o )lcge, preca u tions Rockwell Hall, an d clao.ses wer e ar e e it.her ta k cn&ft.erbelngwrittenup cance!leduntillO:OOt h atmorning. an d ..,.nt toAl�ny, o r don e by th e Th e rire a1)]>1'1U ed t o hav e started colli,i: e . , in the !l!ihtccq,trol r o om,just.b e hi!Jd H e add ed that major pr o visions tb e curtain, •ta11: e left.All thec o ntr o k usuallyta k eatlewot�w o years,buttha and 1eomi l lo cken in th e ro o m w..-e w o rk in v o l ved ln e liminating hazards bo. d ly c harr ed , and a large window in in Rockwell Hall "co u ld have been tb e �:.;�o k �:.bove the stage t a k ��:: 0 ��fc 1 ��;���r�: tor o r · along t h e wal l wa . c o mp le tely burned, F.nvironmenta\ C o ntro l u Burfalo and an o thcrle(:tion perpendieularto Stat e , w h o . he l p,,

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Sept. 21- Oct. 4 · Free ID cards available for two weeks ByRICH�RD DONALDSON Pree student 10 = d • can b e obtai n ed&tart in gWednesday,Sept.21 toTuesday, Oct.. 4 i n thcPircsidc Loung e i n theStudcnt U nion. The om,,., will be open from 9 a.m to 9 p.m we e k d ay, a n d will be closedonweeken d s. OnThuroday.Sept. 22M:hoolwill be doseCff. IS afterOct.4. ha n dLing t he opera ti o n .""Expect lo n g For the first time, birth d ates "will )!�e i :c\1:::.t:;�;: g ,�:S id :;:Y��:; app ear o n the ID car d s of fre.hmen mi n utes,"he"'111d. ��.�rr��· e :;.�:1n:': �t� h :� Oepand� fea t urebecau�birthdatesbeganbegin This year·, car d • will lle tnesamc programme d into the eomputer two lami n ated paper car d s that we.e years •go. By 1980, bir t hda t es will distribu t ed last year.Ac,:ording t o appearo n al l cards. Carbo n e,·•n,eyare the cheapest at>d Ihedayultn,p:n1 ��r:� t : l d o�� se e,un th i:.,.� . n �: A stu d e n t n eed only k n ow his eost of plastic cardswouldneces&itate NI.me a nd JOClal 5eC!Jtity number $\ude nt eo n tribution for car d s which when reporting for his ID.Besides is prohibitedbylaw. IDs. ha nd ou t s wi l l be d istributed at !Dcards are necei,sa:y if a stud ent this time. is t o uieth e manyfacili t iesoncamµu• The handou t lilt , i n c l udes � a so get themwhile t hey are free. If you compare, you'll select ftna... 5500Main Street Wllllamsvffle, N.Y. 14221 633-1361 If you don't compare, don't say 1 we didn't warn you. The !Etna College · Plan . Life Insurance for students A::tna Life Insurance Company,··.!- ' 'f . _· L-----'""'-"""'-""-"'""''-------' L.---H_a_, •_ o _, d_._c_o n_n_ec _,;_c u_i_· _�liiliiiii= ��� ., c�c,lW(i;f;olko-1 • 'l

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Buffal0St1t1College Service Center staff makes ' Changes during summer ByPATRICKJAMESBARNE'IT Physical PlantService., •Id that t h il wu the most product!ve .oummer he Summertime brough t .,me nice h adeversem. changes to SufraloState becluse o r "lnfac t ,"aldY•ger,"l h av en ever llu, hard work nr t h e me n i n t h e "'"" a 111mmer wh•n so muc h work ServiceCe n ter. baa been completed." He ad d ed t hat Ro� Filh, 111p..-visor 1 or ma n y or the me n rorreited their maintenance, a nd ro,eman of the vacati o n time i n ordcrto 1ett h cw o rk Muon-PlasteTer's Carpet n cr. Pai n t. d o n e. Lock a nd Up h olstcrerS ho ps,ha,ha d _Al.bright Hal!. t h e oc ho ol'1music the men workl n g at run speed a nd buil d u,g on Elmw oo d Ave n ue,wu :;';�f�;.:!n;:u�m'::�� ete "V rk in ��d�t u: e ;�e ��ti::�cy� n :�i Some o r the w ork indu d ... t h e ma n y or \he r o oms insi d e have b e en '"':'�:�� g 3,� th .:'.n�� c !';';t· l � k'- �""; ��ki��� d ,; h ic\ h " �!�:!! n �� ,,.,;'! . �E.�}EJ��;:i�:�:�f�1E �c,; m �! rn °0i�?.;,%:°£ ::;,:= !*i n ters. c h airman,sal d i h att h c wo rkwu ..ju5t An oth er impr o vemc n l is t h e beauti!ul."antl also ad d cd t h al i t wu painti n gof l h e bl.,..chcnorouo d th e nice to..,.,oo_m.any y o u n gpcoplc baseball lick!. The gym fl o or lln d mvnlvcda nd do, n gsuc h n icework. ,ome o f the floors in the wo rkshops Many or t h e dorm r_o o ms o n lhil of Upt on Hall were stripped of old c ampus aloo GQt the pa.,n t uca t me n t. \'arnish a nd ,.,._x a nd revarnishe d t o lt sccmcd t h at this summa-t h cre wu gi,etherna n cwl o ok. a n o verfl o w or w o rk o r d ers from t h e The regular IluCralo State pai n ters wri o u• d orm• for ro o ms to be were ai d ed this""mmcr by a <·re w of pain t ed. T h � painlers were able lo do work n.udy£1U d en1&. They "·ere also 1 h e majority o f wo rk before the u n der the supervilion .,r fid!.. On,c opt,ni n gofthefall"""'c,;tcr. maint.e.,.. n ee cmploye in ! he paint Out•ide contract o u al, o :;� ;-;,� n �:i ��i: n : 0 w":k!!':l� 1 ;: �;��r�. :::.tit; ::�:�;:��al:� years and o dd ing a gr<>t'n color to t h e Jam"" Y•g...,,a..lsta n t d irect o r for surfaccof t h etcnnis,:,ourts. Fraterni!ies · staging comeback c h aptcn on cam['JS, Ke n nell poi n t.$ o ut t hal there arc $lrin�, au. ached to the liftingof the A 23-year \;lln PfL'VCnling stale hon. �c h l�al or�mizM!on m.us t file ,ByJOHN BYCZKOWSK! �It\ c;:�r��!\ 0 "�r!' t:�ni��\ ia �: �c�i�!�� t :� o �ti n ���t�;: IO �� w a> lifted la>I O<:IO�r by l n d�1>en d cnt >tatu1 t h at allo w • th em d o f 1'rustees.dcari n � 10 >et t h eir ow n mcmlwnhlp criteria. h e way for the r e tur n or t h e big However, all o rp n izntions ore whi(:h oh Therrau oreback. t

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