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N E W S N O T E S T h e N e w Collegiate V e teran s A s s o c ia t io n (N Y 'S C V A ) is an org a n izatio n of asso c iatio n form e d in 1 9 7 0 for the p u rp o s e o f acting in the publ ic in terest of all veterans w h o w ish to take o p p o r tu n ities. T h e com p rises som e 45 sch o o ls and 4 3 ,0 0 0 veteran s from tech n ical schools, ju n io r , senior colleges and universities th r o u g h o u t N e w S t a t e . A n y veteran o r veterans g r o u p w h o w ishes tu be a p a r t o f N Y S C V A o r seek fu r th e r in f o r m a t io n please feel free to co n t a c t : T o m S a lm o n P residen t 6 5 8 Sp e n c e r R o a d Ith a c a , N , Y . 1 4 8 5 0 R ich a r d M e y e r h o f f M e m b e rship 3 2 0 B e a c h 5 9 S t . A r v e r n e , N .Y . 1 1 6 9 2 Jo e Evering P u b lic R e la t io n s 145-113 N e w Y o r k B lvd . Ja m a ica , N .Y . 1 1 4 3 4 M e m b e rs of th e D e p a r t m e n t o f participating in tw o n e w and exciting courses in the Sp rin g . D r. R ich a r d Farkas- is o f f e r in g a m ini-course en t it le d \ P S c . 1 0 1 : N e w S t y le \ . T h e course is a general refle c t io n s on the nature and scope u f ch a n g e s in East Eu r o p e a n co m m u n ist states during '72 - '7 3 . T h e fo c u s is on the im p a ct for th e c o m m o n m a n in the social sy s t e m an d his im p ressions of w h a t is happening to and fo r h im . T h e co u r s e 's purpose is to p ro v id e a basic level in f o r m a t io n ab o u t E a s t E u r o p e an d C o m m u n ism to the an d n o n - m a jo r o n ly p e r ip h e r a lly interested in foreign areas a n d / o r p o litics. D r . In t e r d i s c ip lin a r y co u r s e along K a t a r y o f G e o g r a p h y a n d D r . M a tthew M e lko o f S o c io lo g y . T h e co u r s e is en t it led \ I n t . 3 8 8 M a n : C h a llen g e and R e s p o n s e \ . It is t h e fu n d a m e n tal urban d ilem m a s o f ° u r acad e m ic d iscip lin e s . T h e co u r s e inter ch a n g e o f ideas, fa c t s , and r e g a r d i n g p ro b lem s betw e e n fa c u lty and students. * * S a n t a C la u s su its are N O W f o r u s e o f reco g n ized college organizations a n d of dorm directors) C o lle g e U n io n O f f ic e and m a y be reserved, on a first-co m e first-served basis, by a req u e s t form (availab le in the C . U . office) and p a y in g a deposit o f $ 5 .0 0 plus a $ 1 . 0 0 fee. T h e $ 5 .0 0 d e p o s it w ill be refu n d e d in fu ll p roviding t h e is returned at the designated tim e and in good c o n d itio n . O f the su it is not retu r n e d at the designated tim e , th e r e b y depriving som e o n e else th e use of the su it, the $ 5 .0 0 d e p o s it w ill be fo r f e it e d . T h e fee o f $ 1 . 0 0 w ill be used fo r u p k e e p and rep lacem e n t of suits and is n o n - refu n d a b le. R e s e r v a t i o n s , deposits and refu n d s m a y be m a d e in the C . U . o f f ice betw e e n the h o u r s of 8 : 3 0 a .m . and 4 : 3 0 p .m ., M o n d a y th r o u g h F r id a y . Reserved su it s m a y be p icked up and returned M o n d a y through F r id a y fro m 8 : 3 0 a.m . to 4 : 3 0 p .m . in the C . U . o f f ic e and fro m 4 : 3 0 p .m . t o 1 p.m . at the C . U . In f o r m a t io n D e s k . Suits m a y also be p ick e d up and returned a t th e In f o r m a t io n D e s k on S a t u r d a y f r o m be p ick e d up and at the In f o r m a t io n m id n ig h t . M e r r y C h r istm a s ! !! T h e en d o f Ja n u a r y and the b e g inning o f F e b r u a r y w ill bring a w e e k o f w o m e n o f and f o r th is ca m p u s . L e c t u r e C o u n c i l w ill be sp o n s o r in g a debate betw e e n T i - G r a c e A t k in s o n and J. J . J a r b o e (o f th e an t i- lib e r a t io n league) an d p o s s ib ly a le c t u r e by C o f f e e H o u se C o u n c il w ill bring three actresses f o r a re s id e n c y w ith p e r f o r m a n c e s o f w o m e n 's p o e t r y a n d so m e w o m e n p e r fo rm e rs fro m th e N e w F e m in ist T a le n t T h e r e w ill also be w o r k s h o p s , panels, teach-ins and sy m p o s iu m s . T h e o r ig in a lly sch e d u le d for F r id a y , D e c e m b e r 1, 1 9 7 2 r in the F in e A r t s T h e a t e r has been p o s tp o n e d in d e f in ite ly . A resch e d u led date w ill be an n o u n c e d . T h e C h a t t a n o o g a w izard , Curtis Mayfield w h o sings the m u s ic o f his p e o p le perhaps better than an y o t h e r , w ill be B u f f a lo on S u n d a y , D e c e m b e r 10 for tw o p e r f o r m a n c e s at K le in h a n s M u sic S p o n s o r e d by B u f f a lo there w ill be one co n c e r t at 8 PM and an o t h e r at 11 PM . p e r f o r m a n c e s , at $ 6 , $ 5 , and $ 4 , a r e n o w on sale at B u f f a lo L o b b y ; U . B . S t a t e College T i c k e t O f f i c e ; A u d r e y & D e l's R e c o r d S t o r e s ; an d D 'A m ico 's M u s ic, Niagara Falls. Season T ic k e t s are no w on sale f o r the W inter Sp o r t s Season in the Main O f f ice of Sch rad e r G y m n a s iu m from 9-12, and 1-4 M o n d a y through F r id a y . T h e tickets are available fo r a $ 1 0 .0 0 do n a tio n . T h e tic k e t perm its tne fam ily to be adm itted to all hom e b a s k e tb a ll, sw im m ing and w restling co n tests. T h e D e p a rtm e n t appreciation fo r the sup p o rt we have had fro m th e facu lty during the p a s t seasons. B e g in n in g w ith this spring D e p a rtm e n t w ill o f f e r a new d e s ig n e d p r im a r ily fo r the non-English m a jor. T h e title o f eacn new course w ill be fo llo w e d by a w h ich defines m o re sp e c if ica lly the sub ject m a tter co n tain e d in each sectio n . F o r exam p le, in the new En g 110 L ite r a t u r e , we are o ffering next sem e ster sectio n s in H a r m o n y and A lie n a t io n , C o m in g o f Age, S e lfh o o d and R e v o lu t io n , W ar, R e b e ls and O u t c a s t s , and F a lle n W o m e n in A m e r ica n Lite r a t u r e . E a c h of these co u r s e s , like all co u r s e s , is described d e s c r ip tio n fo rm s posted on the b u lletin b o a rd s o n th e seco n d flo o r of e n c o u r a g e d to co n s u lt these b e f o r e registering fo r courses. In a d d itio n to En g 1 1 0 , fo u r o ther new co u r s e s are offered . Th e s e include En g 240, S t u d ie s in L ite r a t u r e , w ith in A m e r ica n , M o d e rn Irish, B r it ish , and A m e r ica n Jew ish literatu r e ; E n g S t u d ie s in W o rld L ite r a t u r e ; E n g 2 4 2 , S t u d ie s in L i t e r a r y F o r m , w ith sectio n s sem e s ter in the novel, and m o d e rn u t o p ia n fic t io n ; and En g 2 4 3 , A u t h o r s , (fo r n o n E n g lish C o n r a d and H e m in g w a y , Poe and C r a n e , and T h o m a s H a r d y . W ith the ex c e p t io n o f Eng 2 4 1 , S t u d ie s in W o rld L ite r a t u r e , each o f these cou r s e s m a y be taken T W I C E u n d e r d ifferen t sub titles. F o r exam p le, a stu d e n t co u ld ta k e En g 2 4 0 S t u d , in N a t. L i t . : A m e r ic a n A N D En g 2 4 0 S t u d i.) N a t . L i t : M o d e rn Irish . s e r ie s of co u r s e s rep laces En g 101, 2 9 0 , 2 9 1 , 2 9 2 , and 2 9 3 . S t u d e n t s w h o have taken the fo r m e r co u r e s in M a jor British W riters, M a jor A m e r ica n W r iters, an d W o r ld L ite r a t u r e c o u r s e s co v e ring the sam e m a terial in the new series. H o w e v e r, stu d e n ts w h o have tak e n E n g 101 In t r o , to L i t . M A Y ta k e E n g 110 T h e m . A p p . to L i t . , sin c e the subject m a tter and ap p r o a c h are co m p le t e ly d ifferen t . T r a n s f e r S t u d e n t s .S p e c ia l notice is a college p o licy transfering to G e n e s e o from a tw o y e a r college a m a x im u m of 6 2 and those transfering from a fo u r year college a m a x im u m of 9 2 cred it hours. Eve n though a stud e n t has earned m o re cre d it and the co u r s e s show o n the evalu a tion , the m a x im u m applies. Because o f th is, th e y register on the 6 2 or 9 2 hour m a x im u m rather than the total h o u r s acquired elsew h e re. T h is applies o n ly to the stu d e n ts w h o entered in Ja n u a r y 1 9 7 2 or later. Jo n e s H a ll F a c u lty F e llo w s P resents: D r. D o n a ld D e M o tt of and D r. W illiam A p p r o a c h e s to T h e M o d ern Irre le v a n t ? ” T h is program represents the second in a series of in fo r m a t io n cam p u s/ so c iety discussions w ith various sponsored by Jo n e s R e s id e n c e H a ll. T h e program w ill take place on W e d n e sday, N o v e m b e r 29th at 8 :0 0 p .m . in Jo n e s 2 A Main Lo u n g e . No charge. \ I n t r o d u c t io n to N o n - V e r b a l C o m m u n ic a t io n ” w ill be o ffered o n a w ill be an e x p e r im e n t a l m ini-course, one h o u r cre d it, in the m iddle the spring sem e ster. S tu d e n t s should register at th is tim e . P ro f e s s o r A lla n Peterson, A r t D e p a r t m e n t , w ill lead the class in co n s id e r a t io n of cross-sensory e x p e r ie n c e , ex t e n s io n of vision, a n d w h o le system s . H e w ill also ex p lo r e the n o n - v e r b a l co m m u n ica t io n to b io - rh y th m s and bio- feedb a c k . D r. B a t t e r s b y , A n t h r o p o lo g y D e p a r t m e n t , w ill present the cro s s - c u ltu r a l aspects of tim e and space in co m m u n ica t io n . D r. B a r r e t t , D ram a D e p a r tm e n t , w ill d e v e lo p su c h areas as pow e r re la t io n s h ip s and aesth e tic use of space. Mr. R u t h e r f o r d , Speech D e p a rtm e n t , w ill su r v e y the influ e n c e of time an d space upon co m m u n icatio n ch a n n e ls. include E d w a r d T . H a ll's T H E H I D D E N E n r o llm e n t is lim ited to seventy students. F o r Sale Z e n ith C irc le o f S o u n d stereo, A M - F M R a d io , 8 - T r a c k Tap e . D a v e 7 3 8 2 o r W a y n e H a ll, B o x 3 0 . Record R e v iew b y C h u c k I n g ersoll T H E B E S T O F D E L A N E Y A N D 7 0 1 4 ) 3 (W a rner B r o s . B S 2645) T H E co n t a in s , early, m id d le, and late fro m fo u r previous album s . \ O n ly Y o u K n o w A n d I \ S o u l S h a k e ” , and \N e v e r En d in g Song O f Lo v e \ are includ e d , as are three cu ts fro m the live-on-tour album w ith E r i c C la p t o n . T h e \and F r ie n d s \ th a t used to be a part of the group are p resent m u s ically, although their co llective nam e is m issing from the album title. G o o d frien d s th e y are: R ita C o llid g e , B o b b y i D a v e M a son, D u a n e A llm a n , and Leo n R u s s e ll am o n g others. Y o u c a n ' t B o n n ie B r a m lett's ea r t h y , gutsy singing, s o m e her a better sh o u t e r than Jo p lin , b u t there's n o t a lo t o f ex c it e m e n t here, e x c e p t on the live cu t s . Y o u m ight d o b e tter to get all o f the live m a terial on the O N T O U R alb u m , also on A t c o . If y o u 're really into D e lan e y and B o n n ie , but never o b tained m a n y o f their alb u m s , th is is the y o u 're u n a f f e c t e d , like m e, y o u can b u y it, o r leave it. S T O N E G R O U N D has alread y been in co n c e r t at G e n e s e o w ith IT ' S A B E A U T I F U L D A Y on N o v e m b e r 12. T h e y ' r e a strong, v e r s a tile, eleven m e m b e r band fro m S a n F r a n c isco . R a t h e r than R a t h e r than fea t u r e on e lead singer, they choose to spread the ch o res around the band, including the fo u r fem a le m e m ­ bers. In a w a y , th e y 're th e ir own m u sical review . A s f o r th e ladies, L y n n a slig h t ly roughish vo ice that p u ts \ O n M y O w n ” , a good ro c k e r , effectively across. T h e o ther girls do som e in s p ira t io n ish b a c k u p s ta s t e f u lly . A n n ie Sam p son does \ G e t t in ' O v e r Y o u \ , her deep v o ice p lain o n a to o plain song. is a sm o o th M e lan ie, u n f o r t u n a t e ly . If you o v e r lo o k her p ixie v o ice , she h e r m a terial n ice ly . D e id r e La p o r t e (\ A ja x \ ) can so u n d like a latter d a y A n n ie R o s s . W h e n all fo u r g irls do b a c k -u p s , th e y get a very cute, p itch e d h a r m o n y that's am u s in g , b u t co u ld begin to w e a r y o u r ear d o w n . Im a g ine fo u r E d ith B u n k e r 's singing in th a t 's h o w these girls m a jo r ity o f the tim e they're ranging from sm o o t h b a c k g r o u n d s to '50's d o o - w o p thing s . S a l V a le n t in o , fo r m e r lead of t h e B r u m m e ls, has a so m e w h e r e b e tw e e n B o b D y la n a n d C a p t a i.i Beef a r t , but it's all h i s H e can be gentle (\ F r o m a S a d Man In t o A Deep B l u e r o c k along (\H e a d 's U p \ ) and alw a y s keep e v e r y t h in g together. T h e b y V a le n t in o , is co n s iste n t ly so lid . con tinued on page four

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