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strait 27 OCTOBER - 9 NOVEMBER 197 I

CONTENTS

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Fl ELD NOTES - GEORGE HOWELL

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THE owL ·s CORNER - JosEPH suNzEL

ANDREW ELSTON Editor HELENE HEIT Business Manager Advertising Manager

MIND'S EYE - JAN NUZZO

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NEWS

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A GHOST IN COURT - BEVERLEY CONRAD

BEVERLEY CONRAD News Editor

ERIE COUNTY ELECTION : COUNTY EXECUTIVE

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LARRY FRITZ Feature Editor

FOOD CO-OPS ARE FOR PEOPLE - LARRY FRITZ

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PHOTO ESSAY - ERIC CHAFFEE

CAROL EDMONDSON Arts Editor

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KARL HESS

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NANCY DICK Graphics Editor

20 JEAN REDPATH - MARCY TELLES

HEDDA GORDON Copy & Proofs

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THE REAL WORLD

STAFF: Steven Baskin, Michael Brookman, Frank Castillo, Eric Chaffee, Barry Cohen, Joy Cummings, Bob Frank, Helene Heit, George Howell, Wendy Hughes, Leslie Johnson, Richard Manning, JoAnn Pizzo, John Ryan , Michael Sajecki, Christopher Sajecki, Thomas Fontana, Charles Fontana, Gretchen Siebert, Gloria Simon, Mary Sullivan, Steven Waldman, Ann Schillen - ger, James Pastrick, Bill Seward, Nancy Doherty. STRAIT magazine is published fortnightly by the students of the New York State University College at Buffalo, 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, N ew York, 14222. Office in the SUCB Student Union, room 401 ; telephone (716) 862-5326, 862-5327. Publishing and operating funds allocated through the Publications Board at SUCB under the auspices of the United Students' Government, SUCB, and through aduertising income. STRAIT is distributed free to all members of the SUCB community and to students at other selected campuses on the Niagara Frontier. Price per copy for all others: 35 cents ; $4.50 year (14 issues). For aduertising rates, contact the Business Manager at 862-5326. Circulation : 7,000. Unsolicited manuscripts will be considered for publication by the respectiue editors, but STRAIT will not be responsible for their return. Persons not associated with SUCB will not be discriminated against in terms of manuscript or f/Mphic publication. Letters to the editor must be de&ignated as such and must be received by this magazine five full days prior to the issuance of each magazine. Letters and short articles for the Interchange will be printed verbatim and uncensored, and must be received one week prior to the issuance of each magazine. Editorial policy is determined by the Editorial Board. STRAIT is temporarily seruiced by Alternate Features Service (AFS) and is a subscriber to College Press Seruice (CPS), Denver, Colorado. Copyright 1971 ; all rights reserved: no portion of this magazine, its verbal or pictora/ content may be reprinted in any manner without the express consent of the Editor-in-Chief. Printed in the United States of America by Record Press.

22 POLITICS AND POETICS - LYLE GLAZIER

29 CIRCUM LOCUM t-----------W' In This Issue

This has been an interesting issue for us to put together. We had been planning for a long time to give broad coverage to the Erie County Executive campaign so that you would have an opportunity to see both candidates side by side with their platforms tucked neatly below them - easily readable and highly informative. As we got nearer and nearer to our deadline, we found ourselves with less and less to work with. What you will find on the inside is a compilation of definite proposals and statements of the candidates and coulmns written by individual campaigners on why they are voting for their respective candidate. It is our hope that this information will help you make your decision for what is possibly your first opportunity at the polls. Even excluding the Erie County Elections, this is a political issue. And that we didn't plan. Columnists Joseph H. Bunzel and George Howell both came forth with interesting insights on Americanism. Other articles lighten the load somewhat and provide for what we think is overall good reading. Photo Credits: Cover by Wendy Hughes; Nancy Dick, pages 22, 24, 31; Barry Cohen, pages 5, 7, 20; Eric Chaffee, page 18 and photo essay; Record pages 3 and 13 B; Sawyer Press, page 12B; Sedita Headquartes, page 13A.

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