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1 Jeffrey. Cohen G By Adnan H. Lawa Dgtal Equpment Corporaton hndered a computer scence student, who was workng at DEC under the V-A nternshp program, from completng a master's thess because t was afrad the thess would leak propretary nformaton, alleged Jeffrey. Cohen G, the student. Cohen left the V-A program last fall. But Joel Moses PhD '67, head of the Department of Electrcal Engneerng and Computer- Scence, sad that unavodable delays n software development - not ntentonal DEC nterference - had prevented Cohen from completng hs thess n a tmely manner. Cohen was n the fnal phase of hs nternshp wth DEC, one of the largest partcpants n the program. He was workng on software desgn whch nvolved copyrghted algorthms. Accordng to Cohen, he had no dea when he began hs work that he would be workng wth propretary materal or that he would run nto such a controversy. Last fall, however, Cohen was nformed by DEC that t dd not want certan propretary materal to be made publc, accordng to ass Tewhley ts Bexley to change ru= sh poractlces By Mchael Gojer Assocate Dean for Student Affars James R. Tewhey sent a letter to resdents of Bexley Hall two weeks ago n whch he demanded that they take steps to mprove ther rush procedures. Tewhey told The Tech that hs offce had receved 27 complants from students regardng harassment or dscomfort wth obscentes on the basement walls n Bex- Dean James R. Tech fle Tewhey ho\ o photo 2~~~~~~~~~..A:: "~~~~~ : Mke Nles/The Tech Cohen. DEC tred to strke a deal wth hm, Cohen sad. One of ts suggestons was that he wrte a thess that would be sgned by hs advser and would enable hm to use hs desgn - but that would not be publshed. Ths would be an unacceptable soluton, Cohen sad. However, Moses, who s MT's lason wth DEC, sad some propretary ssues had arsen, but had been straghtened out at the tme that Cohen submtted hs thess proposal last summer. By Mchael Gojer and Thomas T. Huang The Offce of the Dean for Student Affars s "serously consderng" changng MT's alcohol polcy to requre students to regster wth the Campus Actvtes Offce both prvate and publc partes where alcohol s served n dormtory common areas, accordng to Barbara M. Fenman, drector of student actvtes. The current polcy only requres such regstraton for publc partes. The proposed change s only n the dscusson phase, Fenman stressed. A Feb. 9 draft memorandum outlnng the proposed change strred anger among student leaders. Thomas P. Knght '90, charman of the Undergraduate Assocaton Commttee on the Alcohol Polcy, clamed that Assocate Dean for Student Affars ntern alleges DEC hndered vvork Cohen admtted that he was never actually prevented from gong ahead wth hs work. But he felt that DEC put many stumblng blocks n ths way whch made t very dffcult for hm to proceed. Accordng to Moses, t became evdent last fall that Cohen needed certan crucal software for hs project. Ths software was stll beng developed, and t was apparent that t would be unavalable for a long tme, Moses sad. (Please turn to page 6) Faculty wll consder twog resolutons on ABS By Andrew L. Fsh The faculty wll consder two resolutons concernng the dsbandng of the Department of Appled Bologcal Scences at tomorrow's regular meetng. One resoluton, drafted by members of the department, calls on Presdent Paul E. Gray '54, Provost John M. Deutch '61, and Charman of the Faculty Bernard J. Freden MCP '57 to "appont a faculty commttee to revew the process that led to the closng of the department" n order to "determne the lessons to be learned ley durng R/O week, but had not receved any complants of that nature regardng other dormtores. Some Bexley resdents beleved that they are beng sngled out unfarly, and that most of Bexley's rush problems had passed. Bexley dd not fll all of ts beds untl October, although there were 147 total crowds at other nsttute houses ths year, accordng to Tewhey. n a Feb. 29 letter to all Bexley resdents, Tewhey sad that "the dmnshed popularty of the house s drectly attrbutable to the way students are treated durng R/O and to the appearance of some sectons of the house." Tewhey sad that some freshmen had been dened tours or gven abrupt tours durng R/O week, told that they dd not belong, or told that there were "no rooms at. the nn." Tewhey sad some students were judged on whether they looked lke they ft n wth the "Bexley tradton." The harassment was lmted to (Please turn to page 2) lotco o c hanges consm ered from ths dffcult experence, to consder procedures followed n earler departmental reorganzatons, and to make recommendatons for future nsttute polcy." The other resoluton, proposed by sx faculty members ncludng one professor n ABS, s crtcal of the "precptous announcement n January" that the department would be dssolved. The resoluton sad the decson "has caused severe and contnung dffcultes for the students, faculty and staff of ABS," and has also created problems for departments whch "must absorb new faculty and students nto ther programs." The resoluton states that the faculty "deplores the absense of due process and procedure n the dsbandng of ABS," and that such decsons should requre consultatons wth the executve commttee of the MT Corporaton, the deans of the schools nvolved, the heads of the departments nvolved, and the departments' vstng commttees. (Please turn to page 6) By Mchael Gojer The Offce of the Dean for Student Affars has ncreased ts base appropratons for the Undergraduate Assocaton by $11,000 for fscal year 1989, accordng to Dean for Student Affars Shrley M. McBay. Her offce has budgeted $67,000 for the UA to dstrbute to student actvtes next year, compared to the $56,300 that was ntally budgeted for them ths year. But current UA presdent Manuel Rodrguez '89 argued that the new appropratons really repre- James R. Tewhey had been "delberately deceptve," leadng hm to beleve that the Dean's Offce was not consderng any changes to the alcohol polcy. The draft memo states that the regstraton requrement would apply to all "floor/entry partes and prvate partes held n any sent only a $700 ncrease over the funds the UA had to work wth last year. Because the UA receved a $10,000 "emergency" grant from Assocate Provost S. J. Keyser last fall - n order to help meet soarng demands from student actvtes - Rodrguez sad that the UA had receved $66,300 ths year. McBay sad she asked Provost John Deutch '61 for the ncrease n funds two months ago durng the yearly budget revew for her offce, and that Deutch approved the request. She sad the ncommon area (halls, lounges, and any other area[s] of the lvng group)" but that prvate rooms were excluded from the polcy. Tewhey presented the draft memorandum to dormtory presdents on Feb. 11. Tewhey sad he (Please turn to page 2) Boston bank tres to delay MNT Press book By Nraj S. Desa by the bank - was "overly con- The Bank of Boston tred last gratulatory about the bank's role week to pressure MT offcals relatve to... other enttes and nto delayng publcaton of a ndvduals" n the state recovery, book that downplayed the role of Taylor sad. Gov. Mchael S. Dukaks n the state's dramatc economc Bank offcals approach MT growth, accordng to sources at James Howell, the bank's chef the MT Press. economst, who had formally The Massachusetts Mracle, a been enthusastc about the book, collecton of 21 essays that seeks telephoned the book's edtor, Dato explan the state's economc vd R. Lampe, on Feb. 4. He told growth n the 1980s, wll be pub- Lampe that there was some conlshed by the MT Press next cern about the book at the bank. month. Bank offcals asked that some Controversy over the book be- of the artcles submtted by bank gan on Frday when a Boston economsts be replaced. They Globe artcle quoted MT sources feared that the large number of as sayng that the bank had tred artcles by bank economsts dd to dstance tself from the book's not look approprate, accordng "ant-dukaks" poltcal stance. to Taylor. Wayne Taylor, a bank spokes- Bank of Boston Presdent ra man, dened that the bank had Stephanan approached MT tred to halt publcaton of the Presdent Paul E. Gray '54 about book because of ts poltcal the book. MT Press Drector thrust. Rather, the bank was con- Frank Urbanowsk, n a press cerned that the collecton of statement, dened Stephanan essays - nne of whch were asked that publcaton of the wrtten by economsts employed (Please turn to page 6) ' Lsette W. Lambregts/The Tech Beth MacLean and Ar Leb, slver medalsts n the 1988 Eastern ce Dance Champonshp, perform at the MT skatng exhbton last Saturday. They placed seventh n the natonal ce dancng champonshp. b R~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~- - ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~--L- -C-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ C ---- raua s A u6esms g L T a SJLB,#%B OJOL Rj% W-C1C10=0 % ep% "%AMtPUW6 b; SOY '9r U 8 * N %P'WF~ creased fgure s now set n the base budget for her offce. n a letter to Rodrguez last month, McBay sad that "whle ths ncrease wll not enable the Fnance Board to fund all of the proposals that meet the Board's crtera, t does provde partal relef." Please turn to page 4 for the text of McBay's letter. Rodrguez sad that ths s th frst ncrease n funds for the X n almost 20 years.

2 _~ PAGE 2 The Tech TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1988 (Contnued.from page ) s stll collectng feedback on the proposed change and has made no formal decson to mplement t. Knght sad the UA only came across the memo recently, and that he felt as though the admnstraton was sneakng around behnd the UA's back. Based on a survey conducted last fall, Knght beleved students would be overwhelmngly opposed to requred regstraton of prvate partes. Moreover, Knght beleved such a polcy would be "uunenforcebable." The proposed change would Classfed Advertsng n The Tech: $5.00 per nserton for each 35 words or less. Must be prepad, wth complete name, address, and phone number. The Tech, W20-483; or PO Box 29, MT Branch, Cambrdge, MA Computer Help Wanted By Travel Agency n Kenda Square Hertage Travel seeks MT student for part-tme work n our Computer Dept. wth BM-PC's. Wll help assemble systems, as well as tran Hertage personnel n use of varous software programs (.e. word processng, spread sheets, data base, desktop publshng, etc.) Hours: flexble durng normal workng days. Approx 8 to 15 hrs. weekly. Wages: $10 per hour. Duraton: 3 to 4 months, possbly longer. Call Hertage Travel at x291 (Personnel Dept.).. l --,cl,.aerr rsalpra-p.y WP-C Specal Student and Youth Fares to EUROPE from New York on Scheduledue Arlnes! DESTNATONS OW RT LONDON $185 $370 PARS FRANKFURT ROME/MLAN VENNA ZURCH/GENEVA COPENHAGEN OSLO STOCKHOLM HELSNK (212) ~~~~~P Lae~~~-~~k- not requre a Campus Polce detal or lquor lcense for the prvate partes, Fenman stressed. The proposed polcy orgnated n her offce and was shown to MT lawyers for consultaton, she added. The purpose of such a polcy would be to make students "accountable" when they hold prvate partes, Fenman sad. The MT Campus Polce have responded to complants about prvate partes only to fal to fnd out who was n charge, she explaned. Also, house managers have found "trashed" common areas n the wake of such partes gestons on modfyng the appearance of the basement were forthcomng by ths summer he would have the walls repanted. Bexley has formulated no specfc response to ths request. Some resdents are opposed to removng the word because t would consttute censorshp. n hs letter, Tewhey lsted fve ponts for Bexley to address. He sad that the house should: appont an R/O charperson, wrte up a plan on how R/O wll be organzed next year, a prohbt alumn from conductng tours durng R/O, g appont a room assgnment char, and establsh some effcent method of communcaton between the house and hs offce. Though Tewhey was aware that - L--S~~~~~~C, 1 11 J ~~~~~ 11 and have faled to fnd out who was responsble. S. Jay Keyser, assocate provost and housemaster of Senor House, sad he only learned of the memo when a student - who took the memo to be actual polcy - approached hm to sgn a regstraton form for a prvate party. Upon talkng to Tewhey, Keyser learned that the draft memorandum was released as "a tral balloon to see how people would react to t." Unfortunately, he sad, some students who saw the memorandum took t to be an approved polcy. alumn at other houses frequently gve tours durng R/O, he sad he was not aware of any problems other than at Bexley. Bexley has no formal house government, and house ssues must be resolved at house meetngs. Whle some Bexley resdents have ndependently volunteered to devse an R/O strategy, no frm decsons have been made on how to establsh communcaton wth the ODSA. Tewhey sad he antcpated that the stuaton at Bexley would mprove. He declned to comment, however, on what measures he would take f t dd not. "Students at Bexley ought to have some say n how ther envronment s structured," Tewhey sad, but "at the same tme, thnk that MT should have some say." classfnedc adversy A-~~a t m mll p~re,~ (Contnued from page ) a partcular group of Bexley alumn, accordng to some Bexley resdents. They beleved t would not be a problem n the future. Tewhey sad that he knew the names of some of those who were nvolved n the harassments and that he had been n contact wth them, but he was unwllng to comment on the nature of hs dalogue wth them. n hs letter, Tewhey rased objectons to the word "fuck" that appears on the grafft-covered basement walls at Bexley. He sad he had found hmself repeatedly havng to defend the appearance of the walls durng R/O week, and that he could not justfy t. Tewhey asked n hs letter "that the general appearance of the basement be modfed and that the word 'luck' be elmnated." Tewhey added that f no sug- But "the polcy has not changed," Keyser sad. "People are stll flounderng wth the ssue." East Campus Housemaster Tunney Lee sad that he receved the memo when some housemasters met wth Tewhey on Feb. 10. n that meetng, they dscussed the regstraton queston as well as MT's alcohol polcy as a whole - ncludng ssues of the polcy's enforcement, of the responsblty of students, and of the lablty of MT. The ODSA A s.. sd.. :. change n the alcohol polcy because of concern that MT could be sued n the event of an njury or other damage durng an oncampus party, Tewhey sad. Whle t s not clear that requred regstraton would elmnate MT's lablty, Tewhey beleved t would be a step n the rght drecton. Presently, all publc events at whch alcohol s consumed must regster wth Fenman's offce, though prvate ones do not need to. Prvate events are prmarly defned as events attended by less than 100 people. But Fenman sad the nature of the event and ts promoton are also mportant factors; small departmental events have always regstered, but sngle-entry dorm partes have not. Regsterng an event allows the '''' ::;: :.... ;. -r ; ' '- ' ''' ;.-. : ; -.. -' ' ::::...- : :.-. : : :.... -' ' : : : :. : ;... ' ' '''-'. - ' ' :. :;' ' :- : f- : :..-. 1;-. : ' : :..--' '....' ' ' :-. :: : ' - '' ' ' -- ' ' ' '.-..- ' ' '-. : - :: :-: : :. =... ;- 1:;..-, - RLBM ODSA consders requrng regstraton of prvate partes Tewhey asks Bexley to change Wanted to buy: need to purchase a used MlacPlus n order to wrte poetry and can afford to spend n the neghborhood of $700. Please call between 6 and 9 pm. FULL-TME/PART-TME JOBS $400 full-tme, $175 part-tme/ week. Flexble hours n local company. Varous postons. No experence necessary. Call 9 am - 5 pm (617) Mr. Federco. The Wordsmth Edtng, re-wrtng, and ghostwrtng servces. Wrtng coach. Professonal artcles and theses a specalty. 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Fenman sad she was not sure what effect requred regstraton for all alcohol events would have on mpromptu partes. However, the draft memo stresses the mportance of "pror proper plannng" to nsure the success of partes. Fenxnan sad lately she has been concentratng her alcohol polcy efforts on gettng students to go through the TPS program, a four-hour semnar enttled "Tranng for nterventon Procedures by Servers of Alcohol." Both Tewhey and F;enman sad the TPS program has been well receved by students, though only a "scatter-shot" group have gone through t so far. ltewhey sad hs offce had consdered lnkng the party regstraton process wth the TPS program, requrng party gvers to have a member who was TPS certfed. DD YOU KNOW? o You can stay n a bungalow n Hafa, srael for $7.50 a nght-wth breakfast! 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3 .. l: m ', TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1988 The Tech PAGE 3 _ Cash flow squeezed n Panama Opponents of Panamanan ruler ManueLNornega - ncludng the US government - are makng lfe tough by cuttng Norega off from a US supply of dollars. The government has been supplyng publc employees wth food untl t can gve them money. About 600 teachers gathered n Pananama Cty chantng "Norega must go!" and demandng ther salares. nstead of salares they got tear gas. Last nght the Pentagon dspached a 100-member securty force to Panama. The force, made up of Marne and Ar Force enlstees, was descrbed as a "prudent measure" by spokesmen. Body found n polce chef's yard The dyng father of Marlow, NH, Polce Chef Robert Chambers apparently tpped off authortes to the fact that a skeleton was bured n hs son's front yard. Authortes began dggng Frday and dscovered a body, presumed to be that of Russell Bean, yesterday afternoon. Bean, who has been mssng and presumed dead for ten years, dsappeared whle the husband of Chambers' current wfe, Sylva. Chambers s part-tme chef of polce for Marlow and nearby Glsum, as well as a tranee wth the Wnchester polce. He has stepped down pendng the outcome of-any nvestgaton. Chambers' father ded Wednesday and was bured yesterday. Dukaks admnstraton welfare efforts found nadequate by courts Judge Charles Grabau of Suffolk Superor Court says the state dd not do enough to meet the fnancal needs of the poor by just publshng a report on the costs of a famly on publc ad. Actvsts are pressng a lawsut based on a state law whch goes back 70 years and mandates benefts hgh enough so that welfare famles may rase chldren n ther own homes. Last August the state Supreme Court ordered the Dukaks admnstraton to update ts data on poor famles. 1 Tabol {29-,) cn'ld. 3t LtG-.n re (25-9) st~~~eh HnS~'foed 9 LSU (16-13) 5 Geo'f T.ah 121 9} Hansomd 3118 F 12 low State ( ndno 1-g9) 13 PrWd 2486) 13 R~hhmn'd t24.~1 r18 -onda 3120 Ponac M, 3/25 Volence n srael escalates The srael army reported another clash wth protesters yesterday. Accordng to spokesmen seven Arabs were wounded when solders fred upon them. An Arab paper reported 2 njures n two ncdents. Arab resdents say that srael has closed one of the largest food markets on the West Bank and has banned the shpment of gasolne to most West Bank servce statons. srael Prme Mnster Ytzhak Shamr arrved n Washngton, DC, yesterday to dscuss optons for peace. Afghanstan pull-out near The Sovet Unon s reportedly close to an agreement wth Pakstan whch would lead to the removal of Sovet troops from Afghanstan. Sources close to the negotatons sad the Kremln sent a message to the chef Pakstan negotator urgng hm to sgn. The Sovets have sad they wll begn wthdrawng ther 115,000 troops by May 15 f the agreement s sgned ths week. Tuton to double at state schools The Massachusetts Board of Regents staff has developed a plan that would gradually double tutons at publc unverstes n the state and allow the schools to retan the extra cash. Chancellor Franklyn Jenfer told The Boston Globe that t s not a controversal plan n terms of what other states are dong. The proposal wll go to the full board followng a 30-day comment perod. t calls for tuton boosts averagng about 13 percent for fve years. Man klled n Harvard Square Cambrdge polce are contnung an nvestgaton of a fatal stabbng early Sunday. They sad 22-year-old Marcus Reyes of East Boston was stabbed n an altercaton near the old Cambrdge Baptst Church n Harvard Square. An offcer sad the vctm was pronounced dead at Mount Auburn Hosptal an hour after the ncdent. Somethng s rotten n the Bank of Boston- Actvsts today placed dead fsh n the. safe depost boxes of the Bank of Boston. The fsh symbolze the fsh allegedly klled by chemcals poured nto the Androsoggn Rver near the nternatonal Paper Company's plant n Jay, ME. The Bank of Boston controls 190,000 shares of nternatonal Paper. The plant has been on strke snce June and s beng operated by replacement workers NCAA Dvson Men's Basketball Tournament 6 Mrlowun 119S-10) c-m~ H"m NC 3.X1 11 Rhode l ( Syr-case {258) C-a Ha 3,19 Cha~ ~, NC 3,1 * 14 NC A&T SMU t27-6) C.a. HN HC 3,17 10 Notre Dn (20-81 _ Ponlwc M. 3/25 Ponlac M: 3127 Sea.ne, 3127 Seale. 3/25 Sea-le 3125 tcs A,,n 3 10,....Calr Ants ,f Con~s {17-9} 8 Smon Ha ! 9 UTEP t23-9) 5 lp1 (22-9) 12 Flnda St UPNV (27 51 L..L0.genps SW Mloun - 225) 8Florda (22-11) "S., L-e t-r St John's (17-11) 3 Mchgan (24-7) 4 Bdle St (24-5) 7 Wyomng (2651 S~n L- C., Lola CA (27-3) Jackson, Smon, Bush lead n llrnos Jesse Jackson leads Sen. Paul Smon (D-L) wth a 32 percent chunk of the lnos democratc vote, accordng to a poll taken by the Chcago Trbune. But a poll by ABC News and the Washngton Post has Smon on top wth 39 percent. Both polls rate Gov. Mchael Dukaks thrd and Sen. Albert Gore (D-TN) far behnd. Gore expressed hope that the polls would prove naccurate. n the Republcan race Vce Presdent George Bush holds a commandng lead over rvals Sen. Bob Dole (R- KS) and Pat Robertson. He cautoned hs supporters yesterday to avod overconfdence because polls are sometmes wrong. Dole vowed to contnue the fght, even f he loses n llnos. Gaullaudet gets deaf presdent Gallaudet Unversty has a deaf lea.der for the frst tme snce t was founded by Congress n 1864 as a school for the hearng mpared. The Washfgton, DC, school's board of trustees tapped the dean' of the school's college of arts and scences for the job of presdent Sunday nght.. Kng Jordan was chosen to replace Elsabeth Znser, who s a hearng woman. Znser resgned Thursday after protests from students seekng a deaf leader brought campus actvtes to a standstll. Rodno wll retre from House Rep. Peter Rodno (D-NJ), charman of the House 3udcary Commttee, wll retre at the end of hs present term. Rodno has served 20 terms. Now 78, he chared the mpeachment hearngs of former presdent Rchard Nxon. Some blacks and other mnortes have been pressng for a mnorty representatve from Rodno's Newark dstrct, where tradtonal mnortes now make up the majorty. Three black men, ncludng two Newark cty counclmen, had announced plans to run aganst Rodno, who s whte, n June's Democratc prmary. Nursng home patents may pay more A report says elderly or dsabled low-ncome people may have to pay an average of $50 to $75 a month more for nursng home care under a rule ssued by the Reagan Admnstraton. The New York Tmes reported Sulnday that the rule takes effect n a month, and could affect up to half of Medcad recpents n nursng homes and other nsttutons. Mam celebrants set record Almost 120,000 people sdestepped ther way nto the hstory books Sunday n Mam by beng part of the longest conga lne ever. About 1.5 mllon people jammed the steets of "Lttle Havana" for the events, whch was part of the naton's largest Hspanc festval. Mecham to testfy for defense Late ths week or early next week Arzona Gov. Evan Mecham s expected to testfy n hs own defense on the frst of three major mpeachment charges. Hs lawyer has moved for a mstral. He says f that s dened he wll seek dsmssal of charges that Mecham tred to nterfere n the nvestgaton of a death threat alledgedly made by one oj hs ades. s_ sak.* c., Duke (24-61 c-- ~ ~c 3/17 15 Boston U ( Purdue (27-3) hon---. Da-r m 3 16 FDU (23 6) 8 B8oe 123 0) _o~ 7am: N 3 9 Memph St {19-11! 5 DfPtul (21-7l Holle Dam 7N Wlc.tl St 1209) 4 K-m St (22 81 No-l- -o ] 31X7 13 Le Sele 124-9) 6 NC St.a (24 71 t sb M-urys St 521-8) ol Nt 3 ] 14 Xm 26-3)1 7 v mbj (18 1,0) Lnr Yl o tuh Stale Pnbsgh ,,% h S8 E ~K NOe D 3t 19 9 kedou[ands NJ 3/24 No:r Don 3',9 1, 320 ea angds NJ Meadowlands NJ, Cansas C,r, 412 Lansar Clly 4r4 a C 412 Tech graphc by Harold A. 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The top women's teams are owa (27-1), Texas (302), Tennessee (28-2), and Auburn (28-2). Tennessee s the defendng natonal champon. The women's Fnal Four wll be held n Tacoma, WA on Aprl and 3. Compled by Mchael. Garrson Nedj Desa ---. ; =r- --

4 -. - _MlB PAGE 4 The Tech TUESDAY, MARCH 15, E 1 t~~~~~1 / ~--~-----~----~-- r--~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~r~a V~ r Column/Thomas T. Huang body. Across the horzon, the wthered blranch s of Bare.- ple, trees look lke harlne cracks. He has already taken the lawyers, the parents, the students, and the reporters to see the body, lyng crumpled n a hollow n the heart of the forest. As we walk down a drt path nto the woods, he tells me about 14-year-old Shaun Oullette. n 1986, Shaun was the new kd n town - Canton, MA - and he was eager to ft n wth the crowd at school. He found sknny, redhared classmate Rod Matthews to be especally frendly. What Shaun ddn't know was that Rod was mentally ll. '"Rod was sufferng from hyperactvty and takng Rtaln, whch causes radcal changes n mood and behavor," the lawyers explaned upon seeng the damage, as f the drug were the culprt. Shortly before Halloween, Rod began to play wth fre, lghtng peces of paper and lettng them burn down to hs fngers. Rod began to talk wth hs frends about kllng somebody to see how t felt. He even wrote a letter to a hs hgh school health teacher about t, but the teacher ddn't respond. "Granted, he commtted the crme, but ths s a sck boy. He run free and mad - should be n a mental hosptal. He's not n hs rght mnd... He was cryng for help. f we had known he had wrtten that letter, we would have been able to help hm," Rod's father explaned, as f untl the kllng he had never notced hs son was gong mad. On Nov. 20, 1986, Rod lured Shaun nto the Canton woods, supposedly to buld a fort n the snow. Then, n the quet of the forest, Matthews beat hs class- - -a o r pt C---ce-olpr - Searchng for a moral to the grsly n rl lurder story Hello, darkness. At the edge of the forest, we meet. The shadowy fgure beckons to me wth hs wooden staff. We are on our way to see the L mate over the head wth hs sster's baseball bat and klled hm. Last Thursday, a 12-member jury found Matthewvs gulty of seconddegree murder. He was sentenced to lfe n prson, wth the possblty, nf nparnl n 5 yevrq After the verdct, the reporters pelted Shaun's sobbng mother wth questons and poked at her wth mcrophones and tape recorders. A Globe photographer snapped a shot. "Count on a bunch of kds just watng to get ther hands on Matthews when he gets out of jal," a classmate vowed. "Why are you takng me to the body?" ask. turn to the shadowy fgure. "You must have been there lurkng n the slence of the forest, n the shade of the trees, where the murder took place. Why dd he kll hm? Ddn't he have everythng he could possbly want? What s the meanng? What s the moral to the story? So he was crazy! So t was senseless! What could we have done to prevent t? Why can't we just forget about t? "Darkness, answer me! Do you create ths human msery, or are you only here to lap up the tears that follow?" ask. And darkness responds: " only come to the concrete ctyscapes and suburban streets where you create your own msery. only come to the playgrounds and shoppng malls where you allow your chldren to alone by day and alone by nght. only cover up the crmes you commt. "But come," he says, pullng me along the path and handng me hs wooden staff, whch s glazed wth blood. "We are but a lttle way n the forest yet." Thomas 7: Huang, a graduate student n the Department of Electrcal Engneerng and Computer Scence, s executve edtor of The Tech. Volume 108, Number 12 Tuesday, March 15, 1988 Charman Peter E. Dunn G Edtor n Chef... Andrew L. Fsh '89 Busness Mranager... Mark Kantrowtz '89 Managng Edtor... Davd B. Plass '90 Executv e Edtor... Thomas T. Huang G News Edtors......Darrel Tarasewcz '89 Nraj S. Desa '90 Mchael Gojer '90 Nght Edtors... Ezra Pesach '89 Mare E. V. Coppola '90 Opnon Edtor... Mchael J. Garrson '88 Arts Edtors... Jonathan Rchmond G Julan West G Photography Edtors... Kyle G. 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Permt No POSTMASTER: Please send all address changes to our malng address: The Tech, PO Box 29, MT Branch, Cambrdge, MA Telephone: (617) Advertsng, subscrpton, and typesettng rates avalable. Entre contents 1988 The Tech. The Tech s a member of the Assocated Press. Prnted by Charles Rver Publshng, nc. f at frst you do succeed, try to hde your surprse amar ar al To the Edtor: The letter from Undergraduate Assocaton Presdent Manuel Rodrguez '89 ["Students should approve referendum," March 8] contans the followng statement: "After a year of dscussons wth the Admnstraton, last month receved a letter from Dean Shrley M. McBay announcng a $700 ncrease n next year's allocaton from the Admnstraton." am attachng a copy of the letter sent to Rodrguez and to Fnance Board Charman Dean S. Ebesu '89 on Feb. 10 regardng the 1989 fscal year budget ncrease for the UA n whch t stated that the ncrease s $11,000. As the attached letter states, the sum represents an ncrease of approxmately 20 percent n the funds avalable for dstrbuton to student groups through the Dean's Offce. * * * Assocaton FY89 budget. The funds wll appear as an ncrease n the "materals & servces" lne of [your] account. Ths represents an ncrease of nearly 20 percent n funds avalable to support requests from student actvtes to the Fnance Board. Whle ths ncrease wll not enable the Fnance Board to fund all of the proposals that meet the Ah r AM Board's crtera, t does provde partal relef. know that you are pursung other alternatves such as the UA Store and a student actvtes fee, and hope that these efforts wll produce postve results. Shrley M. McBay Dean for Student Affars _, ~ ~ Edtorals, marked as such and prnted n a dstnctve format, are the offcal opnon of Thte Tech. They are wrtten by the edtoral board, whch conssts of the charman, edtor n chef, managng edtor, executve edtor, news edtors and opnon edtor. 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To the Edtor: On Feb. 25, the Black Graduate Students' Assocaton and the Black Students' Unon sponsored an nformal roundtable dscusson wth guest speaker Presdent Paul E. Gray '54. The vews n the letter wrtten by Stephen Fernandez '88 ["Mnorty dalogue was nadequate," March 4] about ths roundtable dscusson may have been nterpreted as beng representatve of all Latno and Black students at MT. For example, Fernandez's concluson stated that, "The meetng wth Gray just showed me agan that f we want to a- cheve any gans for our people, we cannot expect the support of the admnstraton. We have to work for t ourselves.'' Ths concluson does not necessarly represent the vews of all Latno students at MT. The efforts to make the MT communty a pluralstc envronment are renforced by ndvduals from many dfferent backgrounds. Although the dscusson wth Gray was problematc n that t seemed to vascllate between true dalogue durng some tmes and a forum for rhetorcal confrontatons at other tmes, ts orgnal ntent represented a step forward. Several students rased mportant ssues such as undergraduate, graduate, and faulty recrutment and the establshment of permanent ethnc studes and womens' studes departments. Although no solutons were offered, the meetng set a precedent for future communcaton of deas between admnstraton, students, and faculty about mnorty ssues. Achevng pluralsm at MT s an ongong process and t s by no means complete, but progress s beng made. The admssons offce has just begun a mnorty gppw csrupsr 5"-SkB\eY McBay dsputes Rodrguez's clam To Manuel Rodrguez: Presdent, MT Undergraduate Assocaton am pleased to nform you that Provost John M. Deutch '61 has approved a request that sent forward for an ncrease of $11,000 n the Undergraduate OBSU/Glray me1etng was -L, h--_ step forward recrutment program smlar to those establshed by vy League colleges n whch mnorty undergraduates travel to hgh schools that tradtonally lack strong college gudance offces or funds n order to dssemnate nformaton about how to apply to MT and other compettve colleges. Moreover, the efforts of dedcated admssons staff members such as assstant drector of admssons, Eduardo Grado '83, have led towards hgher numbers of mnorty applcants over the last three years. Although ths analyss s also not representatve of the opnons of all Latno students at MT, t offers a perspectve based upon constructve socal change whch ncludes the partcpaton of students, staff, faculty, and admnstraton n the effort towards achevng pluralsm. Rafael Tallada '88 Lus Ramon Mreles '89. o : r s S rs F B F E F E EE

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6 (Contnued from page 1) t calls on Gray to prepare a statement of polcy regardng the future of faculty nvolved n a restructurng, and asks the admnstraton to "consult drectly wth faculty, student, and staff representatves of ABS" to determne "the most appropate way to repar the damage done," ether by mantanng the depart- B a9 a a o a To a J o! J! a!! t a a _sma PAGE 6 The Tech TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1988 Gray and Deutch sent a memorandum to the faculty detalng the actons they have taken wth regards to the department closng. The memorandum cted a statement they ssued whch "stressed the mportance of the felds beng pursued by faculty and students n the department and the ntellectual judgement that these feld could best be pursued n dfferent organzatonal settngs." The memorandum also sad Deutch has assured graduate stument or by mergng ts programs wth other departments. The resoluton also asks the Faculty Polcy Commttee report on the progress of the stuaton and recommend "changes n polcy and procedures to address faculty concerns." The resouton was submtted by Professor of Chemstry Danel S. Kemp, Professor of Bology (Contnued from page 1) book be halted. Urbanowsk's statement dd not specfy what concerns Stephanan rased wth Gray. The bank was told that publcaton was mmnent, and the book's ntegrty could not be mantaned f the chapters were removed, Taylor sad. Accordng to Teresa A. Ehlng, acqustons edtor at the MT Press, Howell sought to have the book's publcaton delayed untl after the electon. At frst MT Press offcals thought the bank was concerned that the book had a pro-dukaks tone, snce the bank has a "hyperconservatve" mage, Ehlng sad. But now t seems that the truth may be just the opposte. The bank's poston s not clear, Ehlng sad. Ehlng thought the bank's explanaton was rather "lame." The artcles for the Wook had been selected n the fall, she sad. Why the bank wated untl last week to rase objectons s a mystery. "Clearly, there was some concern n the hghest levels [of the bank]" about the book, Lampe sad. But Lampe was not famlar wth the nternal poltcs of that organzaton. Dukaks role debated Dukaks s basng hs presdental campagn on the clam that hs admnstraton was responsble for Massachusetts' economc "mracle" - a mracle that he could spread to the whole country as presdent. But the book does not credt Dukaks wth beng responsble for the recovery. "t s dffcult for any governor to have an mpact on a regonal economy," accordng to Lampe, who s also assstant drector of MT's ndustral Lason Program. The role of the governor s not to create a "mracle," but to acknowledge and support t. Also, t would be wrong to draw black-and-whte conclusons about so complex a topc, Lampe sad. Lampe and Ehlng dd not beleve the book was "ant- Dukaks" or had a specfc poltcal thrust. "Dukaks has, lke any poltcal person,... taken credt for somethng n whch he may not have been [a key partcpant]," Ehlng sad. But she dd credt Dukaks wth encouragng the recovery. Snce the Globe artcle appeared, the controversy has been heavly covered n the news meda. On the one hand, "we'll sell a lot more books," Ehlng sad. On the other, the affar s an unfortunate one, she added. BsABPBBWlB118e%P Faculty to dscuss elmnaton of Appled Bologcal Boston bank tres to delay book publcaton Jonathan Kng, Professor of Appled Bochemstry Alexander Klbanov, Professor of Physcs Vera Kstakowsky, Professor of Bomedcal Engneerng Robert W. Mann '50, and Professor of Electrcal Engneerng Arthur C. Smth. Freden offers observatons n a report to the faculty, Freden sad that 'although the process that led tc the decson to close ABS was flawed and unacceptable, reversng the decson holds out lttle hope for restorng the department to a state of good heath." He sad "the damage already done would prevent the department from operatng effectvely" and could nterfere "wth efforts to relocate faculty and students." Freden sad "t s mportant to establsh a clear role for the nsttute faculty to montor progress n relocatng ABS faculty." He added that "there s an obvous need for nsttute standards and procedures relatng to the reorganzaton or closng of departments." The FPC and Faculty- Admnstraton Commttee would frst deal 'wth the mmedate A ce--- _ O_ f _ - _ WHT [ SLOPES aet1 WTH BUDG Are you 18years of age or older? Do you have a major credt card? f you do, Budget Rent a Car now has specal low rates just for college students. These rates are avalable on a varety of current model cars - from the economcal Mercury opaz to the sporty Mercury Cougar. And any car you rent at a specal rate can cornme fully "sker-zed" wth sk racks - yours for a nomnal charge (2 day mnmum). 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Gray and Deutch ssue letter BBPBBeg118189r % Scences dents that they could "complete ther studes expedtously," and noted that a commttee chared by the Dean of the Graduate School wll work wth the Faculty Commttee on Graduate School Polcy "to resolve practcal questons confrontng ndvdual students." The memorandum sad "sgnfcant progress has been made locatng exstng faculty n exstng academc unts," and that three or four faculty members would hold school-wde appontments. Gray and Deutch sad they were convnced "that leadng academc nsttutons must perodcally re-evaluate how ther resources can best be confgured to pursue the most promsng ntellectual opportuntes wthn a constructve decson makngprocess." They sad they were workng wth Freden to establsh a polcy concernng the closng of academc unts. Gray and Deutch sad they were workng to regan the "hstorcally strong and trustng relatonshp between.. the admnstraton and the faculty." ntern alleges DEC: hndered work (Contnued from page ) Cohen was just "sttng there twddlng hs thunmbs," Moses added. After consultatons wth DEC, hs thess advser, and other MT offcals, Cohen decded to pull out of DEC and begn work on a new thess on campus. Ths would, he sad, set hm back by at least sx months. "Ths s the knd of thng that can happen," Moses sad. Accordng to Moses, there was no controversy whatsoever nvolvng propretary materal. Cases smlar to Cohen's can and do develop and have been straghtened out n the past, Moses sad. MT has a very good relatonshp wth DEC, and DEC has been supportng MT generously and recrutng students for many years, Moses mantaned. Kevn J. O'Toole SM '57, drector of the V-A program, sad students n the program are nformed about relevant propretary laws before they begn thess work. 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7 ~s~ua~~ - ~#~~hs-pysame TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1988 The Tech PAGE 7 _ Battle Of The Bands '88 The Tradton Contnues,5 - LWAWF,,;ME Vtal Scence O*-e " st place cover band. ' Negatve Renforcement 2nd place orgnal band. Negatv.e Re nforcementphotos by Lsette W. Lambregts Bucket O' Lunch - 1st place orgnal band.

8 _ m e o eo m- _ -rl rc rma\./ 1,AAR ' LJ l 1 >000 _aa 4" U glspql(cp -P BPBCeP PA(j:t : 'lle Tech UtbUAY, MVA'L -lb, J mymou A_~~~~~~~~~~~~~ -= - " " Vtal Scence SCC BATTLE OF THE BANDS Presented by the MT Student Center Commttee. Fnals featurng Vtal Scence, 3 Card Monte, Bucket O' Lunch, and Negatve Ren'forcement. Walker Memoral, Saturday, March 12. By PETER DUNNT xw ~THLE SCC has often scheduled nnovatve and dverse bands V for ther Thursday nght V~ V pubs, and whle ther Battle of the Bands s n one respect meant to promote growth and dversty n MT's rock communty, the judges' tendency to favor the more pop-orented/party-rock bands can only stultfy just such varety. Although four strong and dfferent bands competed n last Saturday's fnals of SCC's Battle of the Bands, ths prejudce surfaced to gve Bucket O' Lunch an upset vctory over Negatve Renforcement for the ttle of Best Orgnals Band. Vtal Scence (Jeanette Ryan, Wellesley, vocals; Ray Zepeda '88, saxophone; Scott Lchtman '88, gutar; John Bartholomew G, bass; Gary Leskowtz '88, drums; Erc Ostlng '88, keyboard) began the nght off as the frst of the two covers bands. Despte a competent lead snger n Ryan, ther vocal harmones were not exceptonally strong, evdent n a weak rendton of Mssng Persons' "What Are Words For?" to lead off the set. Ths weakness would become more apparent later n a poor attempt at a densely harmonzed Yes cover. Stll, Vtal Scence showed tght playng and a full sound, thus strengthenng ther performance after a slow start by playng to ther forte. After audence members flled the dance floor, the band got Walker rockng wth strong rendtons of The (Englsh) Beat's "Mrror n the Bathroom" and Herbe Hancock's "Karmba." Most defntely a dance band, Vtal Scence played well when not strayng too far from ther nche. 3 Card Monte (Andrew Howe '9, vocals, harmonca; Evan Hansen '88, gutar; Chad Raymond '88, drums) followed as Vtal Scence's compettor for Best Covers Band, and surely rased qute a quandary for the judges. t's hard enough when you get two strong bands but even harder when ther muscal tastes dverge so wdely. n stark contrast to the more manstream pop qualty of Vtal Scence, 3 Card Monte stuck to smple blues. Crsp but sparse drums, gutar, and harmonca combned wth the gravel voce of lead snger Howe for the requred understated sound. Bucket O' Lunch (Peter Gasparn '88, vocals, harmonca; Don Woodlock '88, Cheftans brng THE CHEFTAN S Wang Celebrty Seres. Symphony Hall, Frday, March 11. Event n The Tech Performng Arts Seres. By DAVD J. PALMATER HE WANG CELEBRTY SERES broadened ts scope for wth two performances featurng tradtonal folk musc. An earler show focused on Scotland, but the rsh got ther turn on the Frday before St. Patrck's Day. The stage was turned over to the Cheftans, one of the most popular groups playng anythng approachng rsh tradtonal musc today. The Cheftans, no strangers to Symphony Hall, were a good choce to add some tradtonal sensblty to the seres. They came together 25 years ago under the leadershp, of Sean O'Rada, a composer who late n lfe came under the spell of the rural musc of hs natve country. Known then as Ceoltor Chualann, these former post offce workers were dssatsfed wth the almost classcal style of O'Rada's ensemb:. and formed the Cheftans to contnue playng the rural musc they had been playng regularly n a Dubln pub. Over the years, personnel changes have had an effect on the band and ts repertore. The addton of classcal harpst Derek Bell n the md-70s swung the group back towards the musc of 17th-century rsh composer Turlough O'Carolan, but the more recent addton of Matt Molloy,(formerly of the Bothy Band) has re- A 12 s best covers band gutar; Krsztna Holly '89, bass; Peter Blaynev '88, drums) took the stage as the frst orgnals band, and once agan brought the contest back to the party-rock sound. Walker Memoral s not the best place for a band to play - the large cavernous room gves a boomy qualty to the sound - and ths proved Lunch's worst enemy as they mxed the drums too far forward and Gasparn's vocals too far back. Ths drawback became most notable on Lunch's covers of the most manstreampop of ho and Scruffy the Cat songs, "Squeeze Box" and "My Baby (She's Alrght)." Both songs have a strong nstrumental and vocal flavor to them, yet ths was lost beneath the drums n both cases. Lunch's second drawback also manfested tself n ther two covers: a lack of consstent personalty. Gasparn has the vocal power of nether Roger Daltrey nor Charle Chesterman, and Woodlock doesn't produce ether the hard edge of Pete S = =- -- ~a. 111 n SCC bands battle Lsette W. LarnbregtslThe Tech n '88 (left) and Don Woodlock '88 of "Bucket O' Lunch" on Pete Gaspyt ld. (Please turn (Please to page turntopther 131 way tc) wnnng Best Orgnal Bar Sovet, US muscans start makn touch of tradton to Wang seres nforced ther abltes as dance players. Frday, they demonstrated ther abltes n both areas. They featured dance tunes and ppng ars n equal parts, wth musc from the varous soundtracks they have been featured on and of course, a lberal smatterng of the harp tunes of Carolan. We knew where they were headed from the start, as they opened wth an ar from the PBS specal, "Ballad of the rsh Horse" that quckly changed nto a Kerry-style polka set. We also knew that we, the audence, were n a bt of trouble, as the sound was muddy and dstant, much akn to lstenng to a record through earmuffs rather than headphones. t one of the most acoustcally perfect halls n New England, the sound engneerng could have been better handled. The outstandng pece of the evenng, earnng the longest ovaton, was by Molloy, who showed why many consder hm the best flautst ever to play rsh musc. An achngly beautful ar was followed by a reel, n whch he actually dueted wth hmself by settng up a gentle rhythm wth low tones and overblowng the melody on top. t s a shame that hs brllance n the ensembles was lost due to a poor sound mx. The damage dd not stop there. Sean Keane's fddle s exceptonally sharp and cuttng, as though wrapped n cellophane. The sound system made t seem that each note was covered n wet wool. Hs playng of "The ron Man," a Scottsh strathspey, was outstandng, but badly marred by the lack of hgh end sound. Derek Bell moved deftly from harp to T tompan (rsh cymbalom or hammered dulcmer) to electrc harpschord and even to pano for a rousng run-through of Cotton Eyed Joe, descrbed as "the natonal anthem of Texas." Keven Conneff plaved adequate percusson, even f he does have an annoyng way of waverng nto a note as f fndng t by tral and error. Paddy Moloney was as always the genal host, explanng hs plumbng (the complex Ulleann ppes) and descrbng the band's latest explots, whch nclude a trp to Chna and a soundtrack for a new Meryl Streep move. Other hgh ponts of the evenng were provded wth the cooperaton of the evenng's guests, The Nelson Vllage Dancers from New Hampshre. They met the Cheftans durng a performance several years ago, when the avd contra dancers jumped up for a quck fgure durng an encore. The band was charmed to see dancng much lke rsh set dancng so far from home, and have nvted the dancers to jon them on four other dates on ths tour. Band and dancers sent the crowd joyfully nto ntermsson but ther return n the second half was even better, as Moloney ntroduced one of New England's fnest muscans and wrters of dance tunes, Bob McQullen, to jon them on pano. Bob was not expectng to make hs Symphony Hall debut, but gracefully consented when he was paged at halftme and joned the band attred n work shoes and nsulated vest. Though the sets seemed short, and the band seemed tred, they generously returned for a long encore and an assurance that they would be back agan. musc together MAKNG MUSC TOGETHER Openng Concert. Tremont Temple, Boston, March 1. Event n TFhe Tech Performng Arts Seres. DEAD SOULS Opera wrtten and composed by Rodon Shchedrn. Based on the novel by Gogol. Artsts from the Bolsho and Krov Operas and the Opera Company of Boston, conducted by Dzhansug Kakhdze. Opera House, Boston. March 12, 16, 20 and 27. Event n The Tech Performng Arts Seres. By JONATHAN RCHMOND T'S OUTRAGEOUS that they ddn't nclude asprn n the prce of admsson. The opener of the "Makng Musc Together" festval whch has brought 285 Sovet muscans, dancers, composers and poets to Boston -was a nghtmare. Well, not qute a nghtmare. After the de rgueur performances of the Sovet and Amercan natonal anthems, Sez Ozawa started the evenng proper by conductng the Festval Orchestra - whch ncluded 37 Sovets and 60 Amercans - n musc from Prokofev's Romeo and Julet. The rhythmc drve of Montagues and Capulets was undenably exctng and there was energy and drama to the other two movements too; on the other hand, there was very lttle subtlety. The strngs lost focus at tmes, and the orchestra sometmes played on the loud sde. Stll, the Prokofev was undenably enjoyable. Then the horror began (and 'm not just talkng about Ozawa's falure to understand that n the Sovet Unon men as well as women accept flowers at the ends of performances, even f they do have pnk rbbons attached). Dzhansug Kakhdze took the podum, and launched voln solost Serge Stadler and the orchestra nto Andre Petrov's Concerto for Voln and Orchestra. Now, Lev Gnsburg, vho we are led to beleve by a press release s "one of the Sovet Unon's leadng musc crtcs and muscologsts," tells us that Petrov "s deeply nterested n subjects of unversal mportance such as the msson of art, the artst and hs envronment, the hstory of hs home country, war and ts btter aftermath, and the preservaton of lfe on earth," but hs concerto sounded lke a seres of warm-up exercses and was empty of muscal nterest. felt sorry for the solost, Serge Stader, for t was no fault of hs that he had to spend so much tme sawng away amlessly. Orchestral textures, meanwhle, were domnated by a nasty cky syruppy thckness of relentless and suffocatng dmensons. Come ntermsson, t was tme for a breath of fresh ar. Rodon Shchedrn's Self-Portrat opened the second half. t started off nterestngly, wth woodwnd parts addng attractve coloraton, but then took on massve but turgd proportons. The undrected volence of the musc seemed to lack ratonale, and made one wonder about the self-esteem of someone who mght choose such demonc and unmuscal epsodes for a self-portrat. But there was worse to come. Kanchel's seemngly endless Symphony No. 6 took loud vulgarty to new dmensons. There (Please turn to page 12)

9 RaPPBBBlura%OePllr8ppslpr "'-- ~ --- ~WQ-~C-r~Y ~sp-qpl; ~~ay BF--~L~-L~ '1 _. -- e- 'Q-~ " pl- -- -= ~L' 1 qslr~-cpp-~ue~ l~ ~AX~~--~-~ ~ ~pg _ LL~- l~aq--b~al, - - -L C - - -Y Stellar Stravnsky redeemns MT Symphony Orchestra MT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Kresge Audtorum, Saturday, March 12, 8:30 pm. r L By DAVD M. J. SASLAV T NTERMSSON, thngs looked bleak. Mozart's 39th Symphony, had been vctmzed by vastly underprepared strng and brass n the frst half of the concert. Conductor Alan Yamamoto, apparently unaware that hs players were ready to begn the second half of the concert, dd not appear onstage. Had he left the theater? Would the show go on? Fnally, after about forty-fve curous seconds, one of the trumpets snuck n a practce run, and the tenson dsspated n laughter. Yamamoto made hs entrance and closed the evenng wth a stellar rendton of Stravnsky's Symphony n Three Movements. t was hghly dramatc thoughout. Nearly all of the lls dsplayed n the Mozart magcally vanshed; the strngs were suddenly crystal clear, and the horns and trumpets came alve wth a floursh. Especally crsp were the syncopated dalogues between pano and orchestra n movement one, the pzzcat n the basses and cellos, and the motons of Yamamoto's baton. The woodwnds retaned ther breathtakng tone qualty (thers was really the only secton to dstngush themselves n any way before ntermsson), and the voln coheson was ten tmes ts former self. Stravnsky's mages of World War and the German war machne came alve here, a dronng behemoth, frst assured, then falterng, collapsng nwards upon tself nto utter cacophony and defeat. The growng confuson ended by transformng tself nto a swellng of unversal consonance whch brought shouts of "Bravo!" from ths revewer and others. Partcular kudos to the flutes, woodwnds, panst Marc Ryser G and harpst Susan Robnson for ther close-to-professonal calber performances. The Mozart, whle dsmal, dd have ts moments. A -to~ s. hem,,. dcs. were excellent throughout; furthermore, the strngs joned n for a fun tme n the thrd movement - detunng between frst and second volns seemed to attenuate somewhat, and prevously absent bass support fnally clocked n to form a wellbalanced sound. The rest of the pece, however, was hardly a pleasant experence. Every scale the strngs were called upon to perform bombed out upon encounterng any mnor thrds. There was lttle defnton of lne (so vtal to Mozart's horzontal musc), and no unformty of strng tone whatsoever. Yamamoto's tempo selecton was spotty, n that most of hs players ether couldn't keep up wth them, or grew lazy and fell behnd. The Fnale contaned panful examples of both. But the concluson of the evenng was so dramatc and effectve, that one can only wonder what knd of spnach awated the players n the locker room at halftme. Whatever happened, they came back strong, revtalzed, and assured; and the crowd that left Kresge Audtorum at evenng's end was, on the whole, a pleased one, after all. Kyle G. Peltonen/The Tech The Chorallares mock the presdental canddates to the tune of "Od Kng Cole" n Frday's Concert n Bad Taste. Commttng Sucde at MT" was gettng Auschwtz and other extermnaton camps. near the edge but ddln't qute go over. The (Please turn to page 13) - -- Y _ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ -sk -f- Ar-4b" Ar qw lr AF ft Am Alf k PUL rj 0 -M = = 11W Stewart Awards Gven to students n recognton of a sngle outstandng contrbuton to a partcular actvty or event. Bllard Award Presented to an nsttute employee for a specal servce of outstandng mert performed for the nsttute. Laya & Jerome B. Wesner Awards Provdes awards to students, organzatons, lvng groups or actvtes for achevement n the creatve arts and n the performng arts. rwn Szer Award Presented to a member or group n the nsttute communty to honor sgnfcant nnovatons and mprovernents to MT educaton. A R T Bgotry of Chorallarles concert shows lack AWARD S %..Of PP - -C P = --C C b L O Wlllb -C F C -e- s----s-bclr-4- p-----& = -- s_ - -s -.Cllpll -- dllebp L_-u _C PC--dll---L_-- -"H ---C--~~ - P- - C B~~ -~--- ~~ PR~C13 --,,, _ --- msle ~~- * --- d k-~ TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1988 The Tech PAGE 9 k S Wes Huang/The Tech Alan Yamamoto conducts the MT Symphony Orchestra n a performance of Mozart's 39th symphony. THE CHORALLAFRES Bad-taste concert , Malrch 13. By JONATHAN RCHMOND of maturty or moralty attack on "Jewsh Amercan Prncesses" dd. "'m a JAP, who can afford me at all?" went the song, whch depcted ts vctms as conceted Jewsh women whose top prorty was the mancurng of ther nals, and whose dotng daddes always suppled S T S( o HAPPENS, the more than enough dough to ensure that Chorallares sang rather well they ddn't have to do anythng for last frdaay nght (techncally themselves. Saturday mornng, snce the The Chorallares were creatng a stereo- and some of type. They were assocatng vanty, superf- concert began at mdnght), ther adolescent hutmor was funny. But calty and branlessness wth women of that's hardly the pont. The pont s that the Jewsh relgon at MT. They were n they faled to.underrstand that even n a fact recreatng a racst myth wth orgns concert dedcated too the sprt of "bad n Naz-occuped Eastern Europe. The taste" there s a lnte whch needs to be "Jewsh Prncess" of that tme was the drawn between whatt s merely wtty and young woman wth smooth hands, who what s deeply offenssve. came from a wealthy Jewsh household Rubber Condom, whch ncluded a and stayed at home rather than gong out showerng of the audence wth these de- to work the felds. She was made the ob- of the former. The ject of resentment of the non-jews, and vces, was an examplle assorted provocatve underwear, leather seen as spoled, lazy and van. She was and whps were also on the sde of the ac- made a symbol not only of Jewsh women ceptable. The tale off the MT undergrad- n general but of the Naz-alleged Jewsh uates and ther "absstnence and frequent threat to cvlzaton n partcular. Branded masturbaton" mgght even have been n ths way, the local populace could look truthful. the other way when Jewsh women were The number on tthe "Top 10 ways of rounded up and taken to ther death at Compton Awards The Karl Taylor Compton Awards are the hghest awards gven to students. The emphass s on lastng or sustaned contrbutons to the MT Communty. Murphy Award Presented to an nsttute employee whose sprt and loyalty exemplfy an mmeasureable contbuton to communty lfe at MT. Send nomnatons to the Awards Commttee, Room W JL ' a R.L'j D.dyou nomnate someone to receve an award? Goodwn Medal Presented to a graduate student whose performance of teachng dutes s "conspcuously effectve over and above ordnary excellence." ftwo, Lous Suder Prze n the Arts Presented to a senor who has dernonstrated excellence or profcency n the arts. Albert G. Hll Prze Awarded to junor or senor mnorty students whos have mantaned hgh academc standards and made contnued contrbutons to the qualty of lfe for mnortes at MT. Laya W. Wesner Award Presented to an undergraduate woman student who has most enhanced MT Communty lfe. Edward L. Horton Fellowshp Presented to a student group that fosters fellowshp wthn the graduate student communty. Deadlne Date: Aprl d

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11 L.~~~~. Lyrc THE BSHOP'S BONFRE By Sean O'Casey. Drected by Pon RZtchell, at the Lyrc Stage. Through Sunday, 1May 20. By JULAN WEST - -''' ' Mabe a Date Wth Musc THE BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRESENTS CONCERTS ON MOST THURSAYS, FRDAYS, SATURDAYS, AND TUESDAYS FOR COMPLETE CONCERT NFORMATON CALL TO CHARGE 1TCKETS CALL l m~~ A R TS EAN O'CASEY S KNOWN as the greatest of rsh dramatsts, and holds a commandng place n the hstory of theater n the 20th cen-ry. W'hy has ths late play wated more than 30 years for ts US premere, when other plays of the same perod had ther frst productons n New York? Prmarly because t s a deeply flawed play, havng at best a collecton of ramblng plots wth lttle coheson. Nevertheless, O'Casey's natural rsh humour, razor-sharp dalogue, and fnely etched characters are all ntact, and t s scandalous that t should have wated so long for a local producton. The Lyrc stage has met the challenge smartly, and can be proud of ther producton. The play s almost bereft of focus and has no obvous leads, so ten strong characters are requred, and ten strong actors have been found. Of these, Dck Carranaun was partcularly good as the ntemperate Protestant known as the Prodcal, who can't stay on the wagon. He spends most of the play dspensng useless advce, droppng malapropsms n bog Latn, and feudng wth hs Catholc fol, the overly pous Rchard Rankn (energetcally and amusngly played by Ed Peed). The frendly, ever-feudng laymen have a relgous parallel n the materally-mnded Canon Burren (a frostv and precse Derek -. Campbell) and the more consderate and humane Father Boheroe. Robert J. Bouf- 5: A fer captured the humanty and warmth of a prest who beleved that "a man n a worman's arms may ndeed be close to Stacey Vaughn and Ed Peed n The Bshc --. = ' -- --,= m ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~r New England Phhl extremst musc, op's Bonfre at the Lyrc Stage. extremely bad Judt!h Kellock, soprano stage captures sh arpness of By CHRSTOPHER J. ANDREWS HE NEW ENGLAND Phlharmonc ranks, oh, somewhere around 15th to 20th among Boston-area symphony orchestras. Wth a program choce that makes the Phlharmonc's lack of fundamental sklls of ensemble playng and muscalty panfully obvous, symphony-goers n search of an evenng's entertanment mght better opt for World Federaton Wrestlng. The world premere of a work by Robert Kyr, the New England Phlharmonc's composer-n-resdence, was the evenng's featured work. Ttled Book of the Hours, the pece stands as a muscal drama, set to texts of Dylan Thomas, Raner Mara Rlke, and an anonymous Appalachan, -,, _ WHY PAY $65? RESUMES $30 TYPESET My Type, nc Mass. Ave., Carnb. (between Bowl+Board and Dolphn Seafood) 661-TYPE 9-5 Mosn.-Sat. Other typesettng at Comparable Rates Over 50 typefaces - No mnmum M. NEW ENGLAND PHLHARMONC Ronald Feldman, Musc Drector.- Frday, February 26. Pane Hall, Harvard Unversty. TRAVELRou d l Boston gl PA = lecl ---- C-hl-p X Cambrdge m ~ X N a E~ - Tr, p From BOSr0PJ Clom B03PON R tourn Ar S~$trttng 4t LONDON BRUSSELS CARACAS 360 HONGKONG 769 SYDNEYF,-,LX 858 Taxes not ncluded ALSO. Work- Study Abroad, Language Courses. nt ' Student D you f h Hos tel Passes. EURA L Passe ssued on the spotar Calf for rhe FREE CEE Student Travel Catalog '.1B~G~g~. gl 11 TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1988 The Tech PAGE 11 _l po( et, chronclng a passage from dawn to dawn. Here, Kyr's prncpal weakness s thaat he never seemed to make t past meornng rush hour. Kyr's wrtes n the "extremst" style, shftng abruptly between orchestral ex- or, n ths case, excesses, wthout tremes, thee use of transtory passages. deally, Sue:h an extremst work mght contan pu] lsng, strdent passages followed by a quet pastorale wthout any wndng-down, a( devce calculated to please the audence pre:csely because t s contrary to ther exppectatons. The subtlety of Kyr's technques were obqscured, however, by the sheer weght at thee more forceful end of the spectrum. Fol1lowng a barrage of bangng, crashng, an(.d squealng at maxmum volume (delvere;d n or out of tune, accordng to the whm or skll of the muscans), the subse- lulls are not merely a pleasant sur- qutent (Please turn to page 13) 'aseys characters Ld48%11 '6 God." The star-crossed couples n need of advce are the two daughters of the local Councllor (John Drabk) and ther swans. Danel (Paul Cannng) loves the flrtatous Keeln (Stacey Vaughan), but s socally beneath her, and s prevented by her self-mportant father from marryng her. Foorawn (Dorothy Gallagher), refusng to abandon her self-mposed vows of chastty, refuses to acknowledge her love for the pnng Manus (Tmothy Scranton). Although the women are both well drawn n ther conflctng passons, t s a lttle dffcult to tell the two bucks apart, untl events push them toward ther separate destnes n the fnal act. Ron Rtchell, who drected the producton, also takes on a not nconsderable part as the Codger, a cyncal old man whose rreverent outbursts make hm the parsh voce of moderaton and reason, and who s consequently gnored by all and sundry. What these ten characters are dong s watng for the arrval of the bshop, a local lad made good who s returnng to vst a town he has not seen n decades. (f ths sounds remnscent of The Vst by Fredrch Drrenmatt, t s, n as far as the pendng vst brngs out the best and worst n the townspeople awatng the occason.) The pompous Councllor s plannng a bonfre for the occason, at whch he wll burn "ples of bad books and evl pctures." The Codger recommends dong "the decent thng be makn' a bonfre of Ballyoonagh, Bshop, books an' all!" The bshop never makes t onto stage, and the acton wnds about between the buldng of a wall, the purchase of a semmagcal table ornament (whch s symbolc, though utterly confusng), a casual drnkng party, a murder (yes, a murder), and a good measure of phlosophsng. t s a slce-of-lfe play, and much of lfe s here: youth, age, wsdom, foolshness, all presenrved as though under amber or n a state of paralyss. The play s enormously funny, and much of the humor s characterstcally rsh. The audence was swft to pck up on t both n stuaton and dalogue, despte havng two levels of rshness to perce: accent and language. For ther part, the actors caught the rsh cadences as well as North Amercan actors could be expected to, and dd not let ths necessary encumbrance ntrude on the performance. But there are sudden swngs between comedy and deep tragedy. These are most dzzyng at the suddenly shockng concluson of the play, where a partcularly effectve pece of comc relef comes rght after a dsturbng and emotonally wrenchng scene. The characters, of course, are not aware of the dsturbng transposton, each seeng only ther own storylne. t s part of O'Casey's genus that the audence are not allowed an artfcal moment of transton, but must take the rough wth the smooth, n art as n lfe. AtVE A LFE. f your job calls for ertenc y medcal skl s, or f you would just lke to be prepasedforemergences, you should look nto Nort heaern's Emergercy Medcatl Tchncan Course. The CaO'. pr'lodes thorou6h,pradctal and comprehensve tm9r the'lassroom Wth a mnmu m of 10 hours of em 'r" n'o obserab.. 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12 ~1 PAGE 12 The Tech TUESDAY. MARCH Psssa --arsase.sgmrbl*pbbbssbesse l-, _ 1-.`- m-r r--- - ' _,,_ = srr. o F- =r --- ce p= -- -r b- " 5=-c--S -- l=--a -- Ls*-L Ld_-YC---L---9N The Tech Performng Arts Seres presents.,.. SOVET FESTVAL DEAD SOULS Artsts from the Bolsho Opera, Krov Opera and Opera Company of Boston wll present Dead Souls, musc by Rodan Shchedrn, based on the comc novel by Gogol. Sarah Caldwell wll conduct. Opera House, Roston. March 12 at 8pm and March 20 at 3pm. MT prce: $A BOLSHO BALLET Maya Psetskaya, choreographer, and the Bolsho Ballet present the Amercan Premere of Lady Wth A Small Dog, wth musc by Radan Shchedrn. Also on the program, Carmen Sute, set to musc by Bzet, choreography by A. Alonzo. Wang Center, March 17 at 8pm. Tckets also avalable for March 20 at 8pro, performance to nclude Laay Wth a Small Dog and Sketches. MTT prce: $8. POKROVSKY The Pokrovsky Folk Ensemble presents a new look at Sovet folk musc and dance n ther program Russa n Song. Tremont Temple, March 17 at 8pro. MT prce: $8. BOLSHO SOLOSTS The nstrumnental Solosts of the Bolsho play works by Radan Shchedrn. On the program are Frescoes of Dyonvos and Geometry of Sound. Shchedrn wll lead a dscusson of the works. Sanders Theatre, March 18 at 8 pm. MT prce: $8. REQUEM MASS The.Amercan Premeres of two works by Alfred Schnttke are performed by the New England Conservatory Chorus and Orchestra, Cathedral Chor, wth The nstrumental Solosts of the Bolsho Ballet. On the program are the Requem Mass for Chorus, Solosts, and Orchestra, and hs Symphony No. 4. Holy Cross Cathedral, March 19 at 3pm. MT prce: $8. MUSCA VVA The Boston Musca Vva wll gve a program enttled "Jazz Accents,' whch ncludes the US premere of War Play by Kurt Well/Davd Drew, a work whch resets Well's ncdental musc wrtten for the 1936 producton of Paul Greene's play fohnny Johnson. Jordan Hall, March 18 at 8 pro. M-/ prce:- $4.50. JESSYE NORMAN Jessye Norman wll gve a rectal n Symphony Hall. March 18 at 8pro. MT prce: $5. ANNE FSCHER Panst Anne Fscher s now 71 but stll gong strong. Rectal n Symphony Hall, March 20, 3pm. MT prce: $5..COLLAGE Gunther Schuller wll conduct Collage n a program of new works by Schuller, Ncholas Thorne, Thomas Oboe Lee and James Prmosch. Longy School of Musc, March 21 at 8pm. MT prce: $4. Tckets are on sale at the Technology Communty Assocaton, W n the Student Center. Offce hours posted on the door CP- CalU x d _----cr for --.further nformaton. ft b The Bshop's Bonfre, Sean O'Casey's play dealng wth a bshop returnng to hs rsh home town after 20 years to a nosy, mpressve hero's welcome, contnues through March 20 at the Lyrc Stage Theatre, 54 Charles Street, Beacon Hll, Boston [see revew ths ssue]. Performances are Wed-Fr at 8 pr, Sat at 5 pm & 8:30, and Sun at 3 po. Tckets: $10 to $13. Telephone: The Chldren's Hour, Lllan Hellman's drama about two teachers at a grl's boardng school whose lves are runed by rumors of lesbansm, contnues through March 19 as a presentaton of the Trangle Theater Company at the Paramount Penthouse Theatre, 58 Berkeley Street, Boston. Performances are Thur-Sat at 8 pro. Tckets: $ Telephone: Contemporary nsanty, a collecton of satrcal songs and sketches portrayng a sophstcated and offbeat look at modern lfe, contnues :ndefntely at the Boston Baked Theatre, 255 Elm Street, Davs Sqaare n Somervlle. Performances are Thurs at 8 pm, and Fr-Sat at 8 pm and 10:30 pro. Tckets: $8 Thurs, $9.50 Fr- Sat. Telephone Forbdden Broadway 1988, the latest updated verson of Gerard Alessandrnm's muscal comedy revue, contnues ndefntely at the Terrace Room, Boston Park Plaza Hotal. Performances are Tues-Fr at 8 pm, Sat at 7 pm & 0 pro, and Sun at 3 pmn & 6 pro. Tckets: $16 to $ Telephone: a r CRTC'S CHOCE r a r Le Mserbles, the Tony-award wnnmng musca adaptaton of vctor Hugo's classc, contnues through June 25 at the Shubert Theatre, 265 Tremont Street, Boston. Performances are Mon-Sat at 8 prn, Wed & Sat marndes at 2 po. Tckets: $27.50 to $45, $16 specal student tckets for some performances. Tel: The Mss Frecracker Contest, Beth Henley's Southern Gothc comedy that fnds meanng n a smalltown beauty contest, contnues through Aprl 23 at the Alley Theatre, 1253 Cambrdge Street, Cambrdge. Performances are Thur-Sun at 8 pro. Tckets: $12 general, $10 senors and students. Telephone: Move Over Mrs. Markham, the 1971 West End comedy about nfdelty, lust, and mssed opportuntes, contnues ndefntely at the Wlbur 'Theatre, 246 Tremont Street, Boston. Performances are Tues-Fr at 8:00, Sat at 6:00 & 9:30, and Sun at 3:00. Tckets: $19.50 to $27.50, $33.50 to $42.50 wth dnner. Telephone: Compled by Peter Dunn * * * CRTC'S CHOCE * * * Mummenscha2z, the celebrated Swss Mask-Mme troupe, contnues performng through March 20 at the Colonal Theatre, 106 Boylston Street, Boston. Performances are Tues-Sat at 8 pro, Sat matnees at 2 pr, and Sun matn&s at 3pm. Tckets: $17 to $25.50, Telephone: Nunsens,, depctng the talent show staged by the Lttle Ssters of Hoboken n order to rase money to bury four of ther number currently n the convent freezer, contnues ndefntely at the Charles Playhouse, 74 Warrenton Street, Boston. Performances are Tues-Fr at 8 pm, Sat at 6pm & 9 pm, matnles Thurs at 2 pm and Sun at 3 pm. Tckets: $15.50 to $ Telephone: A Pece of Tme, Mller Coburn's bttersweet comedy about an elderly Jewsh couple facng ther mortalty, contnues through March 27 at the New Ehrlch Theatre, 539 Tremont Street, Boston. Performances are Thur-Fr at 8:00, Sat at 5:00 & 8:30, and Sun at 2:00. Tckets: $8 to $15. Telephone: Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Eduardo de Flppo's talle of the Prore famly resolvng ther domestc troubles, contnues through March 27 as a presentaton of the Huntngton Theatre Company at the Boston Unversty Theatre, 264 Huntngton Avenue, Boston. Performances are Tues-Sal at 8 pron, Wed, Sat, & Sun matn~es at 2 pro. Tckets: $12 to $27. Telephone: Shear Madness, the long-runnng comc murder mystery, contnues ndefntely at the Charles Playhouse, 74 Warrenton Street, Boston. Performances are Tues- Fr at 8 pro, Sat at 6:30 and 9:30 pro, Sun at 3 and 7:30 pro. Tckets: $16 and S19. Telephone: A Vew from the Brdge, Arthur Mller's rvetng Amercan tragedy of volence and forbdden lojve n the shadow of the Brooklyn Brdge, contnues through March 27 at the New Repertory Theatre, 61 Washngton Park, New-ton. Performances are Fr at 8:00, Sat at 5:00 & 8:30, and Sun at 2:00. Tckets: $9 to $ 12 general, $2 dscount to senors and students. Telephone: Arnold Newman: Fve Decades, photography by the renowned Amercan portratst, contnues through May 31 at the MT Museum, N52-2nd floor, 265 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambrdge. Gallery hours are Tues-Fr 9-5, Sat-Sun Requested donaton: $2. Tel: ON CAMPUS Dgtal deograms and Analog Rumnatons, an exploraton of the relatonshp between computers and the fne arts, lterature, and phlosophy, contnues through March )8 n the Compton Gallery, between Lobbes 10 and 13. Gallery hours are Mon-Fr 9-5, Sat No admsson charge. 'elephone: Ellsworth Kelly: Small Sculpture contnues through March 27 at the MT Lst Vsual Arts Center, Wesner Buldng, 20 Ames Street. Gallry hours are weekdays 12-6, weekends 1-5. No admsson charge. Telephone: Ann Stoddard and Ralph Paqun: n Resdence, a mult-meda spectacle combnng large scale sculpture, mechancal characters, musc & sound effects, and lve performances, contnues through Aprl 0 at the MT Reference Gallery, Lst Vsual Arts Center, Wesner Buldng El5, 20 Ames Street, Cambrdge. Gallery hours are weekdays 12-6, weekends 1-5. No admsson charge. Telephone: Sah Armajan: Communal Spaces at MT Lst Center, focusng on the artst's commlsoned master plan for the MT man publc entrance, contnues through Aprl 0 at the MT Hayden Gallery, Lst Vsual Arts Center, Wesner Buldng E15, 20 Ames Street, Cambrdge. Gallery hours are weekdays 12-6 and weekends -5. No admsson charge. Telephone: ,JAZZ MUSC A R T * * * CRTC'S CHOCE * * ] The Boston Globe Jazz & Hertage Festval contnues wth The Modern Jazz Quartet and Danne Reeves at 7:00 & 9:30 at the Berklee Performance Center, 136 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston. Tckets: $18 & $ Telephone: The Jmmy Guffre Ensembles perform orgnal compostons and jazz classcs at 8 pm n Brown Hall, New England Conservatory, 290 Huntngton Avenue, Boston. No admsson charge. Telephone: ext The Sam Newsome Quartet performs at the Wllow Jazz Club, 699 Broadway, Somervlle, near the Porter Square '-stop on the red lne. Tel: Aganst the Gran perform upstars and the Bruce Bartlett Tro performs downstars at Ryles, 212 Hampshre Street, Cambrdge. Telephone: Jack Powers celebrates the Beat Generataa and Jack Kerouac's brthday at the 1369 Club, 1369 Cambrdge Street, nman Sqtuare. Cambrdge. Telephone: The Whte Heat Swfmg Orchestra performs at the Regattabar, Charles Hotel, Harvard Square, Cambrdge. Tckets: $5.50. Telephone: S Shchedrn's opera veryfunny; lmorozov makes a lvely Chchkov (Contnued from page 8) were some quetsh flute notes, then a launch nto a mass of shapeless nose. How absurd to provde such a program to open a major musc festval. EMONSTRATORS CONGREGATED..:_. r r-:~- x-xlla 1~...*~..A-) ^c~jv POPULAR MUSC Stnkng Badges, Brahman Caste, and Thee Apples perform at T.T. the Bear's, 10 Brooklne Street, Boston. Telephone: Dr. Vod, Gatecrashers, and Foreplay perform at the Channel, 25 Neeco Street, near South Staton n downtown Boston. Tckets: $3. Telephone: Jmmy Hall and the Nghthawks, wth guest Luther "Gutar Junor" Johnson, perform at 8:00 & 10:30 at Nghtstage, 823 Man Street, Cambrdge. Tckets: $10. Telephone: POPULAR MUSC The Amnercan-Sovet Festval Performances contnue wth The Pokrovky Folk Ensemble performng Old and New Tradtons n Professonal Musc at 8 pm at the Tremont Temple, 88 Tremont Street, Boston. Also presented March 19. Tckets: $0, $15, & $20. Telephone: , r, CRTC'S CHOCE a r ] Terence Trent D'Arby performs at the Metro, 15 Lansdowne Street, just across from the entrance to the bleachers at Fenway Park. Tckets: $11.50 advance/s12.50 at the door. Telephone: Fetchn' Bones, wth Slamran' Watus, perform n an 18 + ages show at Axs, 13 Lansdowne Street, just across from the entrance to the bleachers at Fenway Park. Telephone: Fauve, Men Folk, and Judge Mental perform at T.T. the Bear's, 10 Brooklne Street, Boston. Telephone: Whte Lon, wth guests Shout, perform n an 8 + ages show at the Channel, 25 Neeco Street, near South Staton n downtown Boaon. Tcktct: $6.50 advance/s7.50 at the door. Telephone: Barley Bree perform n a St. Patrck's Day Festval at 8:00 & 10:30 at Nghtstage. 823 Man Street, Cambrdge. Tckets: $10. Telephone: Too Happy and Green Fuse perform at Johnny D's, 17 Holland Street, Somervlle, near the Davs Square T-stop on the red lne. Telephone: JAZZ MUSC The Boston Globe Jazz A Hertage Festval contnues wth Lonl Hampton's 801h Brthday Party, wth Hampton and hs orchestra, at 8 pm at Symphony Hall, corner of Huntngton and Massachusetts Avenues, Boston. Tckets: $20 to $ Telephone: The Charle KoLhase Q 'wtet performs at Charle's Tap, Green Street Grll, 280 Green Street, Central Square, Cambrdge. Telephone: There were several other delghtful cameo- sketches: the scene wth the the portrats that brefly come sngng to lfe was a good laugh, the two gosspng lades, Anna Grgoryevna (sung by Emly Rawlns) and Sofya vanovna (Olga Teryushnova) was wttly put together. Group scenes were well-staged by Alexe Mashlennkov, to take advantage of color and movement on stage. "-Pk nlokt.; t'pesra C'horusc was terrfcprovdng harsh but attractve walng sounds for the nterludes set aganst rural landscapes. The Amercan chorus - on stage as aganst the Bolsho group who were housed n the pt - was marvellous too. The orchestra, conducted by Dzhanaug Khahdze, was alert and played well. Shchedrn's musc tself was atmospherc, and llustrated the story wth numerous clever effects. The harpschord provded an mportant, percussve role. The musc was approprate n many ways to Gogol's stock character creatons: people wth few dmensons do not demand nsghtful musc to descrbe them, t mght be argued. One longed, all the same, for a bt of depth, for some perspectve on what went on nsde these people, whch great comc opera composers of the past - such as outsde the Opera House the followng nght to protest human rghts condtons n the So- LJXJ.o X-11a a TArmmaL 1V1%SS r o Physcs at Wellesley College, holdng a placard that read "Sovet Art s the Product of Slaves," was one of them. "The Sovet artsts who come here," she sad, "agree wth the authortes. They are good slaves." Was t altogether a concdence that the opera to be performed that nght, Dead Souls by Radan Shchedrn, after the novel of Gogol, essentally conssts of an attack on captalsm? t s set n prerevolutonary days, of course. and depcts the greed of landowners who conspre to trade the souls of ther deceased serfs n order to avod taxaton. t's hardly a subject lkely to upset the authortes back home, and there s no programmng n the entre festval that casts the slghtest crtcal eye on the post-revolutonary Sovet Unon. Dead Souls s, nonetheless, a very funny story, has been ncely put together by Shchedrn, and was gven a strong performance on Saturday nght. gor Morozov provded a lvely, fullvoced Chchkov, the would-be dealer n dead souls. A good actor too, he provded plenty of laughs as well as effectve sng- -Mozart or Rossn - have provded when dealng wth what mght on the surface appear to be even the most stylzed of cammeda dell' arte characters. Shchedrn dd not provde t, entertanng us wth skllfully constructed surface musc, entertanng, vtal and accomplshed to be sure, but nsubstantal nonetheless. The sets to go wth all ths were superb. ng. The funnest person on stage, though, partcularly enjoyed Korobochka's was doubtless Nna Gaponova as Korobochka, house, an ntmate structure cut out of and a schemng old wtch who worres llumnated aganst the blackened vastness she s beng cheated when offered 15 rubles of the rest of the stage; the landscapes for the dead souls of her serfs. How does were as evocatve n ther lonely way as the she know what the correct prce s for a settngs for the crowd scenes were expansve. dead soul she asks herself? Delberate Ths s a well-conceved producton, overactng and vvd sngng etched out a and provdes a good ntroducton to the larger-than-lfe portrat of Gapenora's current state of Sovet opera as well as an part. - enjoyable evenng of entertanment. -- CLASSCAL MUSC The Wellesley College Chor performs works by Bach, Telemann, and Haydn at 8 pm n Houghton Memoral Chapel, Wellesley College. No admsson charge. Telephone: ext The Anercan-Sovet Festval Performances contnue wth the Festval Orchestra performng works by Bors Chakovsky, Tshenko, Dmtrev, and Chachaturan at 8 pm at the Opera House, 539 Washngton Street, Boston. Tckets: $10, $17.50, & $25. Telephone: The Melora Quartet performs works by Bocchern, Bart~k, and Mchael Rose at 8 pm n the Edward Pckman Concert Hall, Longy School of Musc, Follen and Garden Streets, Cambrdge. Tckets: $10 general, $7 senors and students. Telephone: ~ The New England Conservatory Repertory Orchestra performs at 8 pnm n Jordan Hall, 30 Gansborough Street, Boston. No admsson charge. TeO: ext THEATER The Amercan-Sovet Festval Performances' contnue wth the Pokrovky Folk Ensemble performng Russan Folk Theater at 8 pnm at the Tremont Temple, 88 Tremont Street, Boston. Also presented March 18. Tckets: $10, $15, & $20. Telephone: FLM & VDEO The Somervlle Theatre presents Lethal Weapon (1987), starrng Mel Gbson and Danny Glover, at 4 pm & 8 pn and The Long Good Frday (1984), starrng Bob Hoskns, at 6 pmn& 10 pro. Located at 55 Davs Square, Somervlle, just by thme Davs Square T-stop on the red fne. Tckets: $4.50 general. $3 senors and chldren (good for the double bll). Telephone: The Bratte Theatre contnues ts Tuesday seres Questonng War on Flm wth Ncaragua: No Pusran (1984, Davd Bradbury) at 5:00 & 7:45 and Lvng at Rsk (111.5, A,,r.C.,,-.an... :sa... Meselas, Rchard Rogers) at 6:30 & 9:15. Located at 40 Brattle Street n Harvard Square. Tckets: $5 general, $3 senors and chldren (good for the double bll). Telephone: The Harvard Flm Archve contnues ts Tuesday flm seres Women Drectors and the Avant-Garde wth Rddle of the Sphnx (1977, Laura Mulvey & Petter Wollen) at 5:30 & 8:00. Also presented March 16 at 5:30 n room B-04. Locat,-d at the Carpenter Center for the Vsual Arts, 24 Quncy Street, n Harvard Square. Tckets: $3 general, $2 senors and chldren. Telephone: The French Lbrary n Boston screens portons of Bernard Pvot's ntervew wth renowned novelst Matrguerte Yourcenar on the popular French televson program Apostrophes at 6 pro. Located at 53 Marlborough Street, Boston, near the.arlngton T-stop, on the green lne. Admsson: $5 general, $3 Lbrary members, senors, and students (reservatons requred). Telephone: The Duke Levne Group performs upstars and The Rachel Ncotazo Tro performs downstars at Ryles, 212 Hampshre Street, Cambrdge. Telephone: The Fabo Mergers Group, wth Egor Butman, performs at the 1369 Club, 1369 Cambrdge Street, nman Square, Cambrdge. Telephone: Mr. Jelly Belly performs at the Regattabar, Charles Hotel, Harvard Square, Cambrdge. Tckets: $4.50. Telephone: CLASSCA L MUSC The Wellesley Chamber Musc Socety performs at 8 pm n Jewett Audtorum, Wellesley College. No admsson charge. Telephone: ext * * -CRTC'S CHOCE r * * The Amercan-Sovet Festval Performances contnue wth artsts from the Bolsho and Krov Operas and the Opera Company of Boston performng Dead Souls, musc by Radon Shchedrn based on the comc novel by Gogol, at 8 pm at the Opera House, 539 Washngton Street, Boston [see revew ths ssue]. Also presented March 20 and 27 at 3 pr. Tckets: $!5 to $65 [see also reducedprce tckets offered through The Tech Performng Arts Seres]. Telephone: Boston Classcal Orchestra performs works by Vvald, Rossn, Bocchern, Bolzon, and Mendelssohn at 8rpm n Faneul Hall, downtown Boston. Also presented March 18. Tckets: $12 & $18 general, $8 senors and students. Telephone: The New York Comet & Sacbut Ensemble performs as part of the nternatonal Early Musc Seres at 8 pm n Old West Church, 131 Cambrdge Street, Boston. Tckets: $9, $12, & $15. Tel: New Works by composers john Mac- Donald and Mart Epsten are presented at 8 prn (wth a prelude at 7 pro) at the Frst and Second Church of Boston, 66 Marlborough Street, Boston. Admsson: $4. Telephone: or A Baroque Concerto Rectal, featurng musc of Bach, Tellemann, and Haydn, s presented at 8 pm n Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, 30 Gansborough Street, Boston. Also, the Enchantedl Crcle Seres feattres musc of John Felce and James Hoffman at 8 pm n Brown Hall, New England Conservatory, 290 Huntngton Avenue, Boston. No admsson charge for ether concert. Telephone: ext FLM & VDEO The Somervlle Theatre presents a double bll of fsh flms wvth Eat The Peach (1984) at 4:00 & 8:00 and CAL (1987) at 6:00 & 9:45. Also presented March 17. Located at 55 Davs Square, Somervlle, just by the Davs Square T-stop on the red lne. Tckets: $4.50 general, $3 senors and chldren (good for the double bll). Telephone: f

13 l sss4lrasllqeasaapla PY- - PP C L - -- d --- -C ---C--L _ - _ a 1, L- LLo ua Y---C Y n.r'; P R L- -- Lb Phl(L -.- -CP - - -P-B -- O_ - UC-QPPlk -- Chorallares concert crosses the lne between what s merely wtty and what 'a truly offensve (Contnued fromn page 9) The Chorallares may beleve they were just havng some nnocent fun; n fact, they were - probably unawares, as so many MT students are - sowng the seeds of further ethnc ntolerance. Other related elements n the set nsulted women at MT as a whole, stereotypng them as superfcal and less ntellgent than the men. But ths wasn't all. The skt focussng on the affrmatve acton delberatons of the MT Admssons Offce had an equally chllng effect. n ths act, the Admssons Offce was shown to grant admsson to a number of people clearly not qualfed to attend the nsttute, solely on grounds of affrmatve acton crtera. The audence found the case of the "Female Amercan ndan Crppled Chnese Buddhst" partcularly amusng. Members of the Chorallares should have tred to magne how they would have felt f they were, say, an Amercan ndan from a communty wth few educatonal opportuntes, who had nonetheless worked bs damnedest to make t to MT and was now beng told he (Contnued from page 11) prse for the lsteners; relef would be a more approprate descrpton of ther mental state. When dscussng the work after the concert, found that could not recall any of the subdued passages, perhaps because they were completely domnated by more objectonable neghbors. Much less dffcult, dscovered, was namng each and every pece of percusson scored by Kyr where he ran out of muscal deas. Solosts Judth Kellock and Jeffrey Gall hardly made the concert any more pleasant. Soprano Kelock has the remarkable skll (whether acqured by practce or by natve talent we shall never know) to change every sngle vowel sound nto a nasal "eee", an ablty rarely found among modern Englsh speakers. The Brattle Theatre contnues ts Wednesday seres of Flms of R. W Fassbnder wth The Marrage of Mara Braun (1978) at 3:30 & 7:55 and The Thrd Generaton (1979) at 5:45 & 10:00. Located at 40 Brattle Street n Harvard Square. Tckets: $4.75 general, $3 senlors and chldren (good for the double bll). Telephone: The Harvard Flm Archve contnues ts Wednesday seres Flm and Dreams wth Orson Welles' The Tral (1962) at 5:30 & 8:00. Located at the Carpenter Center for the Vsual Arts, 24 Quncy Street, n Harvard Square. Tckets: $3 general, $2 senors and chldren. Tel: The nsttute of Contemporary- Art begns ts flm retrospectve Denns Hopper. From Method to Madness wth The Amercan Dreamer (1971, Kt Carson & Lawrence Schller) at 7 pm & 9 pm. Also presented March 17. Located at 955 Boylston Street, Boston. Tckets: $4.50 general, $3.50 CA members, senors, and students. Telephone: POPULAR MUSC The Amercan-Sovet Festval Performances contnue wth The Pokrovky Folk Ensemble performng n a program enttled Russa n Song at 8 pm at the Tremont Temple, 88 Tremont Street, Boston. Also presented March 19. Tckets: $10, $15, & $20 [sev also reducedprce tckets offered through The Tech Performng Arts Seres), Tel: Men Wthout Hats, wth Another Day, perform n an 18 + ages show at Axs, 13 Lansdowne Street, just across from the entrance to the bleachers at Fenway Park. Telephone: The Godfathers and The Nls perform at the Paradse, 967 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston. Telephone: The Lookalkes perform at the Channel, 25 Neeco Street, near South Staton n downtown Boston. Tckets: $0. Telephone: The Wckermen, Carr Lange & The Bg Rg, 1-4-5, and Lfe n Between perform at T.T. the Bear's, 10 Brooklne Street, Boston. Telephone: The ncredble Casuals, Gataxle 500, Norbert's, and The D.T.'s perform at the Rat, 528 Commonwealth Avenue n Kenmore Square. Telephone: The Fools, wth guests Major Shock, perform at Johnny D's, 17 Holland Street, Somervlle, near the Davs Square T-stop on the red lne. Tel: Shaker, The Sght, and The Affars perform at Club 1l, 608 Somervlle Avenue, near the Porter Square T-stop on the red lne. Telephone: ddn't really deserve to be here. Luckly, there was nobody n a wheelchar n the packed-out (ts asles jammed to the pont of breakng every fre regulaton n the book). A physcally handcapped person, bravng t out aganst a myrad obstacles to accessblty n addton to facng the normal rgors of gettng an MT educaton, would have been completely crushed by the Chorallares' crude and hurtful barbs. Perhaps the most frghtenng role n ths exercse was that of the crowd, whch laughed and cheered the Chorallares on. There s no doubt that the majorty of the concert-goers had a really good tme, and were not bothered by the bgotry the event promoted. Asked ther opnons later, comments frorm students ncluded: "'m not n one of the affected groups, so t ddn't affect me,' "t was hystercally funny," and, "But t's true. know a JAP who works at the desk of my dorm and she's horrble." Even f MT students are as good at 8.01 as ever, such behavor s not a good statement about ther maturty or moralty. General lack of expresson plagues _ JAZZ MUSC The Boston Globe Jazz & Hlertage Festval contnues wth a St. Patrck's lda) Song and Story Gala, featurng Patrck Sky and Patrck Ball, at 8 pm at the Berklee Performance Center, 136 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Tckets: $ Telephone: The New England Conservatory Jazz Honors Sextet performs at noon n the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's audtofum, 600 Atlantc Avenue, across from South Staton n downtown Boston. No admsson charge. Telephone: or The Adam Mller Quartet performs at Charle's Tap, Green Street Grll, 280 Green Street, Central Square, Cambrdge. Telephone: Jeanette Muzma, vbraharp, and Paul& Galltano, pano, perform at 8 pm at the Cambrdge Center for Adult Educaton, 56 Brattle Street n Harvard Square. Admsson: $3.50. Telephone: Ether/Orchestra performs upstars and The Mke Mothany Quartet performs downstars at Ryles, 212 Hampshre Street. Cambrdge. Telephone: Professor Harp performs at the 1369 Club, 1369 Cambrdge Street, nman Square, Cambrdge. Tel: The Tm Kelly Band performs at the Regattabar, Charles Hotel, Harvard Square, Cambrdge. Tckets: $3.50. Telephone: CLASSCAL MUSC We-Tsu Fn, of Tape, performs Chnese zheng musc as part of the MT Thursday Noon Chapel Seres at 12:05 n the MT Chapel. No admsson charge. Telephone: * * * CRTC'S CHOCE * * * The Amercan-Sovet Festval Performances contnue wth Shostakovch Strng Quartets performed by The Kremer Strng Quartet at 4 pm at the Tremont Temple, 88 Tremont Street, Boston. Tckets: $10, $15, & $20. Telephone: The Amercan-Sovet Festval Performances contnue wth The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Gennady Rozhdestvensky conductng, performng works by Rmsky-Korsakov, Prokofev, and Stravnsky at 8 pm n Symphony Hall, corner of Huntngton and Massachusetts Avenues, Boston. Also presented March 18, 19, and 22. Tckets: $15.50 to $41. Telephone: The New England Conservatory Wnd Ensemble performs at 8 pmm Jordan Hall, 30 Gansborough Street, Boston. No admsson charge. Tel: ext The wrtng for noted counter-tenor Gall, consdered to be one of the naton's foremost, scarcely, f ever, used hs most brllant hgh notes. Gall and Kellock should have exchanged parts, as Kellock's renderng of hghs amounted to lttle more than an ary squeal. The openng work on the program was gor Stravnsky's Symphones of Wnd nstruments, a melodcally sparse pece usng varatons n tone color as the prncpal artstc vehcle. Ths work, consstng of repeated passages of subtly changng chords sounded agan and agan n syncopaton, requres a hgh degree of muscalty and a tght ensemble. The exact paucty of those merts among the Phlharmonc voded the credtablty of the work. Musc drector Ronald Feldman's programmng of the great Amercan campos- THEATER Dawn, a staged readng based on the novel by Ele Wesel and adapted for the stage by Danel Banks, s presented at 8 pm at the Agassz Theater, Radclffe Yard, Cambrdge, across from the Amercan Repertory Theater. Also presented March 18 and 19. Tckets: $5 general, $3 students. Telephone: ** ~ * CRTC'S CHOCE *- * Sx Characters n Search of an,uthor, adapted and drected by Robert Brusten's from Prandello, opens today at 8 pm for seven performances only at the Amercan Repertory Theatre, Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle Street, Cambrdge. Also presented March 18 at 1!:30 & 8 pm, March 19 at 8 pm, March 20 at 2 pm & 7 pm, and March 24 & 26 at 8 prn. Tckets: $19 to $23. Tel: DANCE -,, CRTC'S ClOCE *,. La La La Human Steps n New Demons - rock the establshment dance - s presented by Dance Umbrella at 8 pm at the Strand Theatre, 543 Columba Road, Dorchester, near the JFK/UMass/Columba T-stop on the Ashmont red lne. Also presented March 18 and!9. Tckets: $14 general, $12 Dance Umbrella members. Telephone: * * ~r CRTC'S CHOCE * The Amercan-Sovet Festval Performances contnue wth Maya Pllsetskaya and the Bolsho Ballet performng the Amercan premere of Lady wth a Small Dog and Carmen Sute at 8 pm at the Wang Center for the Performng Arts, 270 Tremont Street, n downtown Boston. Tckets: $20.50 to $50 [see also reduced-prce tckets offered through The Tech Performng Arts Seres]. Telephone: FLM & VDEO The Brattle Theatre contnues ts Thursday flm seres?two Sdes to Every Story wth Jean Renor's La Chenne (93) and Frtz Lang's Scarlet Street (1945). Located a, 40 Bratte Street n Harvard Square. Tckets: $4.75 general, $3 senors and chldren (good for the double bll). Telephone: A R T S The Harvard Flm Archve begns ts seres of Czech Cnema wth AU My Good Countrymen (Czechoslovaka, 1968, Vojtech Jasny), preceded by a lecture by drector Vajtech Jasny, begnnng at 8 pn. Also presented March 18 at 7 pm. Located at the Carpenter Center for the Vsual Arts, 24 Quncy Street, n Harvard Square. Tckets: $3 general, $2 senors and chldren. Telephone: EXHBTS Serpent Sorg, an exhbton of 20 threedmensonal mult-meda works by Tanya Hayes Lee focusng on the symbolsm of tch serpent, opens today at Gallery 57, Cty Hall Annex, 57 nman Street, Cambrdge. Contnues through Aprl 13 wth gallery hours weekdays 9-8. Telephone: LECTURES Elzbeta Ettnger Chodakowska, professor n the MT Wrtng Program and the author of Kndergarten & Rosa Luxemburg: A Lfe, presents a lecture enttled The Bographer as Sleuth at 4 pm n Room E No admsson charge. Telephone: Pamela Berger, wrter-producer and assocate professor of art hstory at Boston College, gves a slde-lecture on the producton of her soon-to-be-released flm, Sorceress, at 6 pm at the French Lbrary n Boston, 53 Marlborough Street, near the Arlngton T-stop on the green lne. Admsson: $5 general, $3 Lbrary members, senors, and students. Telephone: THEATER Theatre Sports, the theatrcal equvalent of Wnter Olympcs pttng teams of actors n short mprays, opens today at the Performance Place, 277 Broadway, Somervlle. Contnues through Aprl 2 wth performances Frdays and Saturdays at 7:30. Tckets: $3. Tel: Frankln Alve!, wth Bll Mekle mpersonatng the colonat qupster and dplomat, opens today at the Old South Meetng House, 310 Washngton Street, Boston. Contnues through Aprl 16 wth performances Frdays and Saturdays at 8 pm. Tckets: $O to $ 12 Telephone: ,,., Somewhere Over the Balcony s presented by the Charabanc Theatre Company as part of the Women n Theatre Festval '88 at 8 pm at Robsham Theatre, Boston College, 140 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton, last stop on the green lne 'B" tran. Also presented March 19. Tckets: $12. Telephone: PERFORMANCE Blue Monday, Nancy Pdarns' new solo performance pece explorng a world of ktchen textles, laundry, and dshwashng paraphernala, s presented at a pm at Mobus, 354 Congress Street, Boston, near South Staton T-stop on the red lne. Also presented March 19, 25, and 26. Tckets: $6. Tel: DANCE TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1988 * * * CRTC'S CHOlCE * * * The Neghborhoods, wth guests Rash of Stabbngs, Mke Vola f The Snap, Delusons of Grandeur, perform at the Channel, 25 Neeco Street, near South Staton n downtown Boston. Tckets: $4.50 advance/s5.50 at the door. Telephone: Bg Dpper perform begnnng at 9 pm at Nghtstage, 823 Man Street, Cambrdge. Tckets: S7. Telephone: JAZZ MUSC The Boston Musca Vva performs a program enttled Jazz Accents, featurng works by Kurt Wlel/Davd Drew, George Russell, and Bernard Hoffer, at 8 pm n Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory, 30 Gansborough Street, Boston. Tckets: $10, $14, and S18 (half-prce senors/students) [see also reduced-prce tckets offered through The Tech Performng Arts Seres]. Tel: The Boston Globe J1azz & Hertage Festval contnues wth The O'Jays and Mk Howard performng at the Orpheum Theatre, Hamlton Place, Boston. Tckets: $20 to $ Telephone: CLASSCAL MUSC * * * CRTC'S CHOCE J * Soprano Jessye Norman performs n a program of songs by Beethoven, Schumann, Brahms, and Debussy at 8 pm n Symphony Hall, corner of Huntngton and Massachusetts Avenues, Boston. Tckets: $20 and $22 [see also reduced-prce tckets offered through The Tech Performng Alts Seres]. Telephone: The Tech * * - CRTC'S CHOCE * * * The MT-Japan Scence and Technology Program presents Tampopo (Juzo ltam), a Japanese noodle western, at 7:30 n Telephone: The Brattle Theatre presents Brtsh Sc- Ft - The Quartermass Trlogy wth The Quartermass Experment (The Creepng Unknown) (1957, Val Guest) at 2:15 & 7:30, Quartermass (Enemy from the Space) (1957, Val Guest) at 3:45 & 9:10, and Quartermass and the Pt (Fve Mllon Years to Earth) (1968, Roy Ward Baker) at 5:30 & 10:45. Also presented March 19. Located at 40 Bratdle Street n Harvard Square 'rkets: $4.75 general, $3 senors and chldren (good for the double bll). Telephone: The Brattle Theatre begns ts seres Anmated Features wth Yellow Submarne (1967, George Dunnng) at 7:30 n Room B-0.4, and contnues ts seres of Czech Cnema wth All My Good Countrymen (1968, Vojtech Jasny) at 7:00 and Wolfs Hole (1986, Vera Chytlova) at 9:00. Yellow Submarne and Wolf's Hole also presented March 119. Located at the Carpenter Center for the Vsual Arts, 24 Quncy Street, n Harvard Square. Tckets: $3 general. $2 senors and chldren. Telephone: )0. The nsttute of Contemporary Art contnues ts flm retrospectve Denns Hopper: From Method lo Madness wth Easy Rder (1969, Denns Hopper) at 7 prn& 9 pro. Also presented March 19. Located at 955 Boylston Street, Boston. Tckets: $4.50 general, $3.50 CA mereberts, seroors, and students. Telephone: The French LbtraoW :n Boston pre-n.ts La Nore de... (The Black Grl, 1966, Ousnane Serobene) at 8 pro. Also presented March 19 and 20. Located at 53 Marlborough Street, near the Arlngton T-stop on the green lne. Tckets: $3.50 general, $2.50 Lbrary members. Telephone: The Museum of Fne Arts concludes ts Yvonne Raner Retrospectve wth Journeys frown Berln/1971 (1980) at 5:30 and The Man Who Enved Women (1985) at 8:00. Presented n Rems Audtorum, Museum of Fne Arts, 465 Huntngton Avenue, Boston. Tckets: $3.50 general, $3 MFA members, senors. and students. Telephone: L s Y ~~~~ -c~~~~--rsa ~~ ~~~~~~ PAGE 3 Bl Lunch takes best orgnals band; Holly's lcks are tght and clean (Contnued from page 89 Townsend or the southern twang of Stephen Fredotto, but then dong covers was never meant as an exercse n "s t lve or s t Memorex?" The problem was that Lunch had no dstnctve style nto whch they could mold these covers, and so they seemed pontless. Ths splled over nto the band's orgnal materal where the Lunch would wander between party tunes, harder rockers, and an occasonal borderlne punk. nstead of showng off dversty, a lack of drecton resulted n an unnervng sense of lack of coheson. Not to take too much away from the band, asde from a poor mx and an overall lack of style, Bucket O' Lunch played exceptonally well on each ndvdual song. Gasparn's charsmatc nature kept the audence permanently hgh and Woodlock and Holly's gutar lcks were tght and clean. The songwrtng was catchy and danceable, f always a lttle cautous (though the lyrcs were at tmes charmngly defant). Nlegatve Renforcement (Cndy Bugbee, Wheelock, vocals; Rch Molnar, BU, vocals, gutar; Dan McMahll '91, gutar; VE Phlharm onc er Aaron Copland's popular work Appalachan Sprng was true to the overall character of the evenng's performance. The ensemble played wth an nsgnfcant dynamc range and a general lack of expresson. Obvously descendng passages that suggest a wndng-down of ntensty and tempo were gnored by Feldman, who conducted passage after passage wth unceasng regularty. A symphony orchestra that plays wth a mechancal beat mght be expected to play well together; a mechancal, or predctable, beat would seem to be the easest to follow. The New England Phlharmonc refutes ths generalzaton. New England Phlharmonc's next program s set for Sunday, Aprl 24. All deaf members of the student body are encouraged to attend. * * * CRTC'S CHOCE * * * The Amercan-Sovet Festval Performances contnue wth Maya Plsetskays and the Bolsho Ballet performng Sylphdes, Rose Malade, and Dvertssements at 8 pm at the Wang Center for the Performng Arts, 270 Tremont Street, Boston. Tckets: $20.50 to $50. Telephone: The Boston Conservatory Dance Theater presents Graduaton Ball by Strauss/ Lchne and Caprcco Espngnol by Rlmsky-Korsakov/Clare Ramona at 8 pm n the Boston Conservatory Theater, 31 Hemenway Street, Boston. Also presented March 19 and 20. Tckets: $7 general, $4 senors and students. Telephone: POPULAR The Amercan-Sovet Festval Performabes contnue wth composer Shchedrn and The nstrumental Solosts of the Bolsho at 8 pm at Sanders Theatre, Harvard Unversty, corner of Quncy and Krkland Streets, Cambrdge. Tckets: $10, $15, & $20 [see also reducedprce tckets offered through The Tech Performng Arts Seres]. Tel: Marlboro Musc Festval Artsts perforths works by Mozart, Webern, and Mendelssohn as a presentaton of Musc from Marlboro at 8 pm n the Edward Pckman Concert Hall, Longy School of Musc, corner of Garden and Fallen Streets, Cambrdge. Tckets: $9 general, $6 students. Telephone: Leonard Rover, organst wth the New York Phlharmonc and the Jullard School, performs wth the Atlantc Brass Quntet at 8 pm at Boston Unversty's Marsh (:hapel, 735 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston. No admsson charge. Telephone: Eugene Magner '88, bass; Ed Reskn '88, drums) closed the evenng on yet another dfferent note. Wth most of Bucket O' Lunch's fans havng left, the audence sze was cut n half, but ths ddn't keep the remanng vocal Renforcement fans and other dehards from partyng t up. Veerng away from the manstream sound, the band took advantage of Walker's acoustcs wth a wall-of-sound approach reverberatng throughout the hall. Renforcement kept to ther dstnctve style, more gutarbased, deeper, and fuller - a sound followers of local Boston bands mght closest assocate wth Nova Mob. Renforcement 's sense of drecton showed tself most clearly wth ther two covers', Jefferson Arplane's "Don't You Want Somebody To Love" and the kller fnale, the Munsters theme, each of whch they shaped nto new, dstnctve tunes. Bugbee's soarng, well-traned voce mght have been a bt of an overkll to some, but flled n perfectly the hgh ends of the band's songs. Gutarsts Molnar and McMahll kept the musc smple and drvng, and somehow stll danceable. f Renforcement had a fault t would be ther falure to try and please all muscal tastes, nstead stayng wth ther own style of musc. Consderng the strengths but dssmlar flavors of Vtal Scence and 3 Card Mfonte,the Best Covers Band mght have gone n favor of ether. Although Bucket O' Lunch showed competence, smart gutar lcks, more stage charsma. and an attempt at dversty, they were hampered by a poor mx, lack of consstent tone, and an ultmately catchy but hollow character. Negatve Renforcement, although lmted by a dstnctve sound that mght not be appealng to more manstream ears, permeated Walker wth a fuller, deeper sound, and should have won the Best Orgnals Band wth a more darng, professonal character. SCC's judgng bas towards the party/ manstream sound reared ts ugly head however as Vtal Scence and, qute unfarly n ths revewer's eyes, Bucket O' Lunch took the top honors. MUSC FLM St VDEO The MT Lectures Seres Commttee presents Rsky Busness, starrng Tom Cruse and Rebecca DeMornay at 7:00 & 9:30 n Admsson: $1.50. Telephone: Due to space lmtatons, "On The Town" lstngs for ths weekend and for Sprng Break appear n Frday's ssue of The Tech ~~~~ ~~~~ ~

14 MMs PAGE 14 The Tech TUESDAY MARCH 15, 1988 ~P~ llm 9~l~~as~ ~ M UEBB Mlm A"" 11mm m =m a.,ml -MlRm-,-,lammmm MM - ml l' TUU N M blt N 100 / GROWTH, YOU'RE UNT GETlcon GrapHcs, RE. ~Slcon Graphcs, nc. O ,, $s100 Ml $ $75 Ml $50 Ml $41.56 $25 Ml1 $ $5.3S H Net Revenues Years ended June 30 L. -. h MaBA CANDDATES Ths pcture can tell you qute a lot about Slcon Graphcs. We're the creator of the RS Seres T Superworkstatons whch combne advanced computatonal abltes wth ncredble real-tme, 3-D color graphcs. And, as the pcture demonstrates, the demand for our products s growng rapdly. t's not hard to see why Slcon Graphcs s a great place to work. Our approach to nternal on-lne servce areas s as progressve and advanced as our state-ofthe-art technology - whch creates new markets, not just new products. We need your knowledge and ntatve. We reward performance and offer opportunty, challenge and ndvdual growth for those who want to succeed. f you are completng an MBA, explore these opportuntes wth Slcon Graphcs: MS Systems Analyst/Planner Utlzng advanced nformaton systems technology, you'll be part of a team developng nformaton systems strategy based on current and future busness requrements. Requres a BS n a techncal area, an MBA wth an emphass n nformaton systems, plus 2-5 years' experence n a hgh-tech envronment. Excellent techncal and analytcal sklls wll be essental to your success. Manufacturng Cost Analyst Your strong analytcal sklls wll be crucal n ths poston. You'll be nvolved n new product lfe cycle plan-,fmpu &]tyr Compaterstems l nng, preparng annual budgets, mantanng standards on blls of materals, projectng costs on current products, and managng nventores. Requres a BS/BA and an MBA. We'll be ntervewng on campus for these postons n Management nformaton Systems and Operatons/Materals on: Monday - March 28th OPPORTUNTY NEVER LOOKED THS GOOD. At Slcdn Graphcs, we have some of the best techncal staff and management talent. We also have some of the best tmes. So, whle you'll enjoy consderable challenge, you can have just as much fun. We're located n Mountan Vew, Calforna, between San Francsco and San Jose. Our mld clmate offers year-round actvtes from sunnng n Santa Cruz, snow skng n Tahoe, dancng n San Francsco to wne tastng n Naps Valley. f Slcon Graphcs sounds lke a great place to work, you're begnnng to get the pcture. See your placement counselor to make an appontment, or, f you're unable to see us whle we're on campus, send your resume to: Slcon Graphcs, College Relatons, 2011 Sterln Road, Mountan Vew, CA We are an equal opportunty employer. A WHOE NEW MY TO LOK AT TECHNOLOGY r -_ ---.,- a - r, --- -, ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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16 _E~Blg PAGE 16 The Tech TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1988 ~sa~~p~aa~-~asq Afu Sk tean By Jason Dunham Spltken Jarvnen and Peter Powers The MT sk team just fnshed an ntensve two-month season of tranng and racng. The MT skers performed consstently well, competng n sx NCAA Dvson wnter carnvals hosted by colleges all over New England. MT sends both nordc (crosscountry) and alpne (downhll) skers to these races, wth each sker competng n two events. The nordc races nclude a specal, or ndvdual race n whch the men sk 15 km and the women sk 10 km, as well as three person relays whch have 10 km laps for the men and 5 km laps for the women. The alpne events feature a gant slalom and a slalom race, wth each sker racng twce for a combned tme. Wth over 700 mles of skng behnd them, the men's nordc :eam sked consstently ths wnter, fnshng second for the overall season out of the eght Dvson teams. The relay team of Steve Bull '90, captan Peter Powers '88, and Jason Dunham '88 placed second n Dvson, qualfyng them for the Eastern Champonshps, whch was held on March 3-4 at Bretton Woods, NH. ndvdually, the nordc skers also placed well. Bull fnshed n frst place n Dvson and twenty-second at the Easterns. Powers fnshed 7th n Dvson. Dunham, Tm Sulzbach '89, and Terry Totemeer '91 fnshed n the top half of the 50 sker feld, followed closely by Tom Lu '88 and Joe Landry '88. EJ%leBB f -1 L r 270 Albany St., Sute 21, Cambddge, MA 2 mm walk trom MasM. Ae.. very close lo M.T. (617) AT z 0 Wall State $2299 AT Mkz 0 Wal Statle $999 XT (V20 CPU) 10 akz (S=3.71 $399 PORTABLE 386 $2799 PORTABLE 286 $1495 PANASONC PRNTER $199 MOUSE $59 MODEM $89 COMPUTER B. CABLE AT/XT STAND $19 12:00 NOON TO 9:00 PM MON-FR lo:00 AM TO 5:00 PM SAT. ONLY UrV"U~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~q rl ends ntensve season Swmn, n ther frst year as a varsty and captan Beth Ahner '89 garloaf, ME. The alpne team, the women's nordc team placed seventh at the champon- led by Javet Zharadnk had a strong buldng season, and shps. ther best season ever, snce they wll all be returnng The men's alpne-team also had ffth out of nne teams. next year, they should become a a strong showng, especally by (Edtor's note: Jason domnant force n Dvson. captan Scott McFarland '88. He '88, Spltken Jarvnen - ~~~~~~~nsh*nnsal Fo soet gyre Dunham G, and The relay team of Rebecca Emer- fnshed eghth out of 60 racers n Peter Powers '88 are menrmbers of son '89, Lndsay Haughland '89, the slalom champonshps at Su- the MT sk team.) '~~ ~~~~' :: ; - -:~7, 77; ;; -? A ~~~7._r ,.....'... ; women, M 16NCN fn hn fnkehno 1111lJ^lllrg -..:... -,:w-: --2 * -k. K --- mm- -,7 : -l Photo Courtesy MT sk team Peter Powers '88, sks toward the fnsh durng the Dvson champonshps held near Mt. Washngton. Powers' relay team placed second n Dvson a" tl -_ 1-34 Do You Have Asthma? We are payng $175- $250 for men to partcpate n a research study n asthma at the Beth srael Hosptal. f nterested Please call: Passover s Comng,:'-Y :- r M~-- butterfly By Darrel Tarasewcz Yvonne Grerson '90 set an NCAA Dvson record n the 100 yard butterfly last Frday. Her wnnng tme of broke the prevous natonal record by more than half a second. Ths marked MT's frst ever natonal record n swmmng. The old MT record, whch Grerson also held, was " wasn't terrbly surprsed when broke the natonal record," Grerson sad. "t was very close to my goal tme," she added.. Grerson has been swmmng for 13 years. She was one of seven members of the women's varsty swm team that went to the natonals at Atlanta. The other events n whch Grerson competed were the 200 butterfly, the 800 freestyle relay, and the 200 and 400 medley relay. Sports Update ndoor track fnshes second n champonshps The MT ndoor track team placed second to defendng natonal champon Frostburg (MD) State n last weekend's ECAC Dvson Champonshps held at Bowdon College. Bll Snghose '90 set an MT record of 15'5" to place frst n the pole vault, and Scott Deerng '89 fom Planfeld, NJ, won the 35 lbs. weght wth a dstance of 54'4". Compled by MT Sports nformaton Offce ' Seder Reservatons Deadlne: Monday, March 28 RAN _ ::_S MT Hllel and Temple Beth Shalom of Cambrdge wll cosponsor a Communty Seder on the frst nght of Passover, Frday, Aprl 1. The seder wll be held at the Temple, 8 Tremont Street, near Central Square. Servces at 6:00 pm Students $18 Seder at 6:45 pm Other MT $23 Pad reservatons are due at Hllel or at the Lobby 10 Booth on March 28. Cash and Valdne accepted. Call for costs for chldren and non-mt guests, and for nformaton about home hosptalty. mm': mnw Express Your Vews Food Survey Fll out a survey at the followng locatons: Baker McCormck MacGregor 500 Memoral Drve Walker March 15 5:00-7:00 pm March 16 11:00-2:00 pm L- MT Hllel 312 Memoral Dr L -

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