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1 t,. e? - Prof. Adler Prof. DresselhaLus Prof. Fano Photos by Tom YVdc 11~~~~~~~~~~~ - -W ~~~and Sheldcon Louawental t" '17 cm T T. 11, NN,, --, to - qa b(sam El co"r, - 'L', ]a "F L h,, a sacts 0 By Mke MclNamee The Tech has learned that the Assocate Hleads of the Electrcal Engneer n g Department, Professor Mldred S. Dresselhaus and Ford Professor Robert M. Fano, are beng consdered as the most lkely canddates to replace Professor Lous D. Smulln as head of the departmrnent when Smulln steps down next June.(The Tech, '9/325). Sources wthn the department have told The Tech that- Fan. and Dresselhaus would probably head the lst of names that wll be submtted to Dean of the School of Engneerng Alfred Kel by the search.commttee after the commttee fnshes ts delberatons, probably by the end of next month. Other names mentoned as possbtes were Professors Rchard B. Adler and Wllam M. Sebert, both of the EE Department. Professor Dresselhaus, when By Wendy Pekes Mary Rowe, Specal Assstant to the Presdent and Chancellor :on Wonlen and Work, spoke at the regular meetng of the Women's Forum last Monday. Her topc was the work she had 'accomplshed snce she took offce n February. Rowe's job entals, among 'other thngs, speakng to men and women who ask for her ad, attendng semnars, and addressng groups on felds for whch she s responsble. Before her appontment at MT, Rowe was employed as a consultant economst. She concentrated much of her efforts n 'the area of chld care. L Rowe summed up her accomplshments at the nsttute by presentng an explanaton of her wyork load n an average week. On the average, n one week she wll have 35 appontments, wrte 'one artcle and one book revew, and one rado program. l Rowe stated that, out of the 35 groups and ndvduals that schedule appontments n the average week, fve are men or men's groups; twenty are women pr women's groups; and the remnanng ten are members of the MlT admnstraton. 1, Other statstcs Rowe has kept show that one-half of the nomen she sees are secretares or.psr (Dvson of Sponsored Research) employees, one-thrd are -sudents, one-sxth are faculty n.embers, and one-sxth are from Outsde the MT communty. Rowe noted that she had contacted bythze Tech, dscounted the possblty that she was a top canddate for the post. She ponted out that her tranng "was actually n physcs," and noted that "'my research nterests are not really central to the department." DresseThaus added that both she and Fano would step down as Assocate Department Heads when Slnulln steps down, as t s customary for the department head to pck hs own assocates. "The department head needs people who he can work well wth as assocates," she stated. Fano stated that he expected that he would be consdered: "The assocate heads of the depar-tment are logcal canddates for such a post." He added, however, that he dd not know f hs name would be gven specal consderaton. ''The commttee s not fnshed yet," Fano ponted-out, "and f they are consderng me, ~~~ H dscussed everythng from bad manners and unons wth secretares to student concerns wth ther courses and career plans. Many complants deal wth sexsm n one form or anotherdrectly or ndrectly, from beng propostoned to beng dscouraged n career plannng Many of the outsders that consult Rowe come from other unverstes, some as far away as Prnceton. Rowe s nvolved n then 'm the last one to know about t." Professor Wlbur Davenport, charman of the search commttee, would not comment on Fano's and Dresselhaus's role n the delberatons of the commttee. role n the delberatons of the comnmttee. "Fano and (Please turn to page 2) By Paul Schndler The MT Campus Patrol, now a co-ed organzaton servng a co-ed organzaton, s a campus securty force, not a home for retred polce offcers, accordng to ts chef. James Olver. Both of these aspects, and several others, make t extraordnary as securty forces go. "We are certanly one of the best traned unversty polce forces n the country," Olver sad, many study groups wth other schools, studyng sex roles n socety. Two accomplshments of her offce n the frst seven months of ts exstence are the removal of the ttles 'Mr.," "Mrs.," "Mss," and "Ms." from rol cards and other offcal forms n the Regstrars offce, and the removal of the term "hs or her" from the dploma. Rowe explaned that many women found these terms offensve. _ ~~~~~~~~~.. -. = Photoby Dave Green Massachusetts Governor Francs W. Sargent, MT class of 1939, spoke Tuesday nght at Jewett Audtorum, Wellesley College. Hs speech dealt- manly wth hs actvtes as governor snce 1969, ncludng hs recent battle wth the federal government over the ncluson of Massachusetts databanks n the natonal system. suo~to 2- cz-c s, 1 ',..51 FRDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1973 <, - 'VE CENTS ~escerp pesen fed,a rdt, :x? orc,,ok work.$w".7n sed food.1mdust A s d as v3;z p By Barb Moore Mr. Walter A. Mercer was presented the Underwood- Prescott Memoral Award at a luncheon at the MT faculty club last Tuesday. Mercer, the vce presdent of the Natonal Canners Assocaton, was chosen to receve ths award for hs work n food producton and abundance. After the luncheon, a symposum was held n Kresge Audtorum to dscuss "Ecology, the Envronment and the Food ndustry New Horzons and Hazards n Resource Management." Other members of the panel were Mr. Evan Bnkerd, vce presdent of Armour Food Company; Dr. Robert J. Drmer, of the U.S. Department of Agrculture: and Dr. Robert Tmmns, Presdent of Arbor, ncorporated. Provost Walter A. Rosenblth made the presentaton n ceremones attended by approxmately 250 scentsts n food sonf $~ "but don't prnt that, t doesn't sound too modest-" Olver's hgh opnon s shared by hs MuT supervsors, and other area campus securty forces. The presence of a woman on the f)orce s exemplary too, n Affrmatve Acton terms. Harvard, for example, has no women. t wasn't a trval matter to ntroduce the frst woman to the force; the heght requrement had to be waved. But accordng to Olver, Maureen Tworney s only the frst. Snce most women do not meet the Patrol's needs, Olver sad, "we wll tran them ourselves." Ths means that he wll be cut off from the usual standards of prevous experence, and wll have to rely on a search for "that certan atttude" whch makes a good patrol person. Olver- has been wth the Patrol snce t was founded n 1957, at least partally as an outgrowth of troubles durng 1956 wth unsympathetc Cambrdge Polce Offcers on campus. "There were major confrontatons over mnor ncdents at that tme," s how he descrbed the stuaton. "MT had two patrols and one cruser. We've come a long way snce then." The Patrol, n Olver's vew, " meets the specal needs for personal understandng" n the unversty communty. Yet they have always carred guns, because of the ever-present potental for volence n any urban stuaton. Thus, whle many campuses had to make the ugly move of armng patrolmen Howard W. Davs, general manager of the Harvard Cooperatve Socety, announced earler ths week that members of the Coop wl receve a 6% rebate on purchases made n Fscal 973. Accordng to an artcle n Harvtard C'mtso, Davs attrbuted the one per cent ncrease over last year's rebate to hgher sales and less shoplftng. Rebate checks wll be dstrbuted startng October 9. research and ndustry. He cted "contrbutons to the feld of food scence" by Mercer, whose prmary work has been n the area of cannng and the utlzaton of water supples for maxmum effcency and whle consderng conservaton. n hs remarks at the symposum, Mercer called for a federal land use program t order to preserve the acreage of prme farn land needed to support the country's food supply. fe suggested "long-term land use" to use the land best suted for farmng for that purpose, rather than "arports, hghways, shoppng centers and servce facltes" that follout the advancement of urbanzaton. Mercer felt that the publc. as well as legal offcals, should realze that the "frst responsblty of the farmers and food processors of ths naton s the producton and dstrbuton of wholesome, nutrtous foods n supples adequate for the plea- (Please turnz to page 2) ASr-,Q m.a7 durng the dsturbances of the late 60's, MT was already there. "A plumber carres a wrench, and electrcan a torch, a polcemnan a gun," Olver noted, but there s a bg dfference wth guns. -vwe expect our people not to use them, except n case of real threat to ther own lfe." The Campus Patrol requres every ncomng patrol person to sgn a statement summarzng gun use rules. The rules, more strngent than those applyng to any cty or state offcer, nclude a prohbton aganst even so much as a warnng shot. A person's sgnature on the form ndcates that he knows, understands and wll follow the rules. Patrol offcers are full-fledged peace offcers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and, are legally empowered to make arrests n ther area of jursdcton, whch s MT property. They can also make "fresh pursut" nto neghborng localtes and arrest someone who s suspected of commttng a crme at MT. FB Co-operaton There s a system of mutual assstance between the Campus Patrol and other polce agences, as well as the FB, but t s not as nsdous as crtcs would have t. "n terms of nformaton," Olver sad, "we only tell thern what they could get by walkng nto the nformaton offce. Nothng else. All we are dong s savng them a trp over." Asked about Campus Patrol assstance to FB agents who arrested an MT student last year on a draft charge, he sad that the Patrol s legally bound to assst another polce agency wth a legal warrant. " We'd rather have them check n wth us, so we know what s gong on, than have them just come around," Olver sad. He noted that outsde polce agences apparently reatd MT student papers, and mentoned reacton by the Cambrdge Polce to a Thursday story about a (P ease turns to page 2)

2 PAGE 2 FRDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1973 THE TECH,"P s e e cy, p :rec ~ (Contnued from page J Davenport et stated that the Dresselhaus are under serous commttee had dscussed the consderaton," Davenport ssue of corn puter scence "qute stated, "as serous a consdera- a bt," and t 'hat he felt there was ton as any other mamber of the "no bas c on the commttee, department at ths tme." ether n faavor of or aganst Davenport ponted out that computer sc ence." the commttee would serve only "f anyo ne feels that the n an advsory capacty to the commttee s based on the dean, and not n a selectve matter," Davenport added, capacty. He stated that "f we "they sould tell someone on the f nd a unform department commttee tther feelngs, and approval of one person, we'll pound the pc vnt home." submt one name from nsde the When ask red about student department. Otherwse, we'll nput nto + the search process, submt a lst of names." Davenport st -ated that the com- Davenport stated that the mttee wou],ld welcome "any commttee's delberatons were student nput t, ether to myself, "far from over," although they the commtt ee or Dean Kel." w p r o b a bl y m a k e He noted that the man problem recommendatons to Kel on wth student t nput was settnge present members of the depart- up mechans ;ms to nvolve stument n md-october. dents n the pdrocess farly. Accordng to Professor Hermann Haus, a member of the commttee, the group wll start g m le atrj-ogoo to evaluate canddates from outsde the department after the current work nsde the depart- TM ; ment s done. "t s very dffcult t 62 to get nputs on canddates from outsde the department - you (Contnuued from page 1) have to rely on ndrect exper- slan Cambrcdge youth'and a The ence," Haus sad. "we wll Tech story at bout marjuana. probably rely a great deal on the Olver a added that he has departmental Vstng Commt- seen FB ag gents he knows on tee for nputs n ths process." campus fro] m tme to tme Hlaus noted that, snce hrng (mostly dur ng demonstratons a new department head from n years past L), gatherng varous outsde the nsttute would posters and fllyers. nvolve hrng a new faculty " usually r just say hello and member, the department's Affr- ask them wh at they are lookng matve Acton plan would apply for," Olver sad. n thds case. "n my own P cture D personal opnon," Haus sad, "! thnk the commttee would feel When askted f the Campus favorably nclned to any cond- Patrol had a: ny part n the MT date who furthered our Affrma- decson to ssue photographc tve Acton goals." D cards tc v students, Olver WD&S E as 0 b b4... By Vncent Stanton Jr. more Amer, cans would be fam- name CARE. Ths n response to the recent lar wth thee devastatng flood n Pakstan, famlarty wvoud ostensbly lend the MT Pakstan Student Asso- ntegrty to the fund rasng efcaton (MTPSA), n conjunc- fort. Also, CARE, havng local ton wth CARE, s sponsorng a offces, was a more convenent fund-rasng drve all ths week, condut for tthe funds. 9 am to 5 pm n buldng 10. As s menntoned n the groups Accordng to the students, lterature, C. 'ARE has been workthey are prmarly motvated by ng n Paksl;tan snce 1949, and natonalstc sprt and frst hand thus was weell prepared to com- knowledge of the magntude of wth knowledgable bat the crsss, ths crss. The thrty-fve or so personnel a] nd readly avalable members of the MTPSA are resources. mannng the booth whch they On a larrger scale, the MT secured from the UA. group s opperatng n conjunc- A smlar drve n the wake of Pakstan Student ton wth thhe a 1970 cycltne. rased $1,200; Assocaton of Greater Boston. however, the group would be Ths latter g,.roup s solctng ad pleased wth anythng approach- from Bost,ton area relgous ng $1,000, as there s much less groups and s supervsng a clothn effort accordng to external publcty accompany- ng collecto ng ths dsaster. Sam. Accordng to Assocaton When asked to characterze Presdent Fehm Sam '76, the pecunaary success of the CARE was chosen to dstrbute effort so faar, assocaton pres- he was pleased the funds rather than the Pak- dent Sam sad stan governments' offcal relef wth the amfount rased, but not fund because t was thought that especally suarprsed. Last chance foe portrants yearbook Toda-y} Only Phon e 9X67 x3298 or d rop 'n at W Professor John A. Tucker, Executve Offcer for Student Affars and the advsor to the department's Student-Faculty Commttee, told The Tech, "To my knowledge, no one has contacted StuFac about choosng the new department head-" Tucker sad that, durng hs tme n the department, under fve dfferent heads, "The appontment of a new head has always been a faculty affar. As far as students are concerned, ts always a fat accompl." Tucker added that ether fe or Ted Lyszczarz, the charman of StuFac, would be happy to talk to Davenport or the commttee. " would say my offce has more contact wth students than any other place n the department,"' Tucker concluded. CM L',f", laww Ml r 9 a M, MdGrSOM (ELM sad "No." He dd say that ther ntroducton fve years ago helped solve many check cashng problems, and made t easer to ascertan student dentty wth certanty. He sad pcture D cards also ease a new task that the Patrol was gven last year, the responsblty for lettng people nto locked rooms late at nght. "Physcal plant used to be responsble for lock-up duty," Olver stated, and you can magne that t hey would hestate to challenge someone who sad they belonged n a lab. "All our people have rados. t's smple for us to nake a call to confrm access." - r, j Contact At BMe-;rcer presenated awaxrd for wvork 'm food 'm dustry EO ~~We Delver 'DscOunt to MT Students onl pzza purchased on premses Open tll 2 a. m. Weekdays 3 a.m. Weekends ROYAL PZZA 450 Mass. Ave. Ph Apartment nsurance, n a lowvocest pac~kageo Our snglel, low-cost coverage protects all y~)u personal property, cungcredt cards. And m,(t jlust n your apartment, but world-wde. VV P%,P P a,,v,&(c o, nsurance Agency. nc. l1 Dunster St., Harvard Square (zext to the fl~,ke Ccu1tc P Representng Aetna. Tra~ clef.-. Jlm-tfw -d Some people mght need to be coaxed wth more than a full college scholarshp to jon the Ar Force ROTC. So, f free tuton, lab and ncdental fees aren't enough... the Ar Forceoffers a monthlyallowanceof $ 00.00, tax-free, nyour junor and senor years. And free flyng lessons to those qualfed provdethe most exctng frnge beneft of a l. nterested? Mass. nsttute of Technology Fnd Yoursef A ScholarZhp Pn Ar Force ROMT (Contnued from page ) sure and welfare of the consumers at home, and to supply the emergency needs of others n the world who are yet dependent on the harvest from our land." The recent change n governrnent polcy regardng land rrgaton, whch, as Mercer stated 'reduces t to a lower prorty" was crtczed n?ls remarks. He sad that the change was "tragcally ncongruous" wth the country's need to produce an abundance of food. Agrcultural goods are a major source of ncome to the US, snce they account for a great amount of our exports. The decson Mercer cted wll, Mercer feels, cut down on the ablty of the U S to produce the excess for exportaton. Mercer was selected for the Un derwood-prescott Memoral Award by a faculty commttee from the Department of Nutrton and Food Scence, headed by Professor of Food Scence Samuel A. Goldblth. The Award s presented n honor of Wllam Underwood, founder of the Wm. Underwood Co., and Dr. Samuel Prescott, the frst dean of the School of Scence at MT. Together, these men dd early research n food spolage, fndng that spolage n canned food was due to bactera. After more research, they developed gudelnes for temperatures and tmes requred to destroy the organsms causng the spolage. =.... Statng that "t wll be a pleasure after nne years to have the refreshment of teachng," Professor Ascher H. Shapro, Head of the Department of Mechancal E n gneerng, nformed members of the faculty that he was steppng down from that post. The announcement was made n a letter dated September 20, and dstrbuted to the departmental faculty. No effectve date was set for the move. Frday, September 28 Fddler on the Roof 6:30 & Saturday, September 29 Wcrodstock 6:30 & 1O - Kresge Sunday, September 30 Our Man Flnt Long sleeved button-down Shrts Knt Tops Crewneck and Turtleneck Sweaters and! lots more! Art Prnts and Posters Popular and Classcal Records Assorted Paperback Books Msses' and Junor's Sportswear Throw Pllows and Towels Ths s only a partal lstng ALL SALES FNAL!

3 4 f",.n l 11 ~~ab By Alan Shapro t has become fashonable these days to say that the "lberal" press has done such a fantastc job of exposng all of the Whte House's "drty tr cks" of recent years; that the Senate Watergate Commttee s savng our democracy; and that both of these nsttutons prove how great our country s - that the Congress exposes the evls of the Executve, and that the press exposes the evls of the government. The press and the Commttee have become champons of the Amercan lberal. But the Commttee seems to be gnorng the whole context n whch the varous crmes were commtted. Ther am s summed up best by Senator Baker's repeated statement, "We are nterested n who knew what when." Thus, all t has come down to s the tapes - dd Rchard Nxon, mastermnd of poltcal corrupton, have knowledge of one mnor ncdent - perhaps only one of hundreds of llegal and mmoral acts? Ths s lke askng whether the Jont Chefs of Staff had pror knowledge of the My La massacre - what s the relevance? Certan aspects of the 1972 campagn have been vrtually gnored by the press and the Commttee. Perhaps two of the 'To the Edtor: would lke to set the record straght on an mpresson whch may have been left by your amputaton of my words n the artcle "FC Ponders Rush, Dscusses Froshcomm."(The Tech,Sept. 21) My full quotaton was "Everythng 've sad, and a lot of thng haven't sad, have ended up n The Tech." By leavng out the talczed part of my statement and followng the quotaton wth a statement that was apparently referrng to the Sept. 1 The Tech artcle on rush volatons, you seemed to mply that was one of the "unattrbuted sources" cted n that artcle. was not. My polcy and that of the FC Judcal Commttee has and wll contnue to be one of refusng comment on any case untl the case has been heard and decded. Any nformaton pertanng to specfc cases whch The Tech has prnted has not come from me, and cannot vouch for ts accuracy. Drew Jaglorn FC Judcal Commttee Charman Fred Hutchson s responsble for 'Nuts & Screws' a cartoonz feature whch appears nz The Tech. Mr. Hutchson: As a resdent of Baker House, mght well take offense at your "Nuts & Screws" cartoon n Th-e Tech, 9/2573. do not however take offense on ths cause havng, after all, a far sense of humor. What seems unmtgatedly offensve to me rather s the use of the name "Ferd'" for your thrd (nerdulent) character. have a cat at home named Ferd, and feel you owe ths upstandng anmal a genune apology. "Name wtheld upon request" (Hutchsonsl nckznamne s also Ferd - Ed. ) THETECH FRDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1973 PAGE3 Who? W5O22 ar ASH 9- (a.p ot T-, t- 2 e -;a,,- a?, res ue,.-. drtest trcks of all seem to be taboo subjects: the attempted assassnaton of George Wallace and the mysterous crash of Unted Arlnes flght 553 on December 8, Forty-three persons were klled on the flght from Washngton to Chcago. Among the dead were Mchele Clark, a CBS reporter, and Dorothy Hunt, wfe of E. Howard Hunt, the man who was blackmalng the Whte House. Nxon's motves for sabotage were clearly there. Sherman Skolnck, a man who nvestgated the crash, clanms that the Hunt's money demands were becomng too excessve, and that they were threatenng to expose Nxon. Skolnck clams that Ms. Hunt was carryng two mllon dollars wth her. mmedately followng the crash, over 40 FB agents were on the scene, examnng and confscatng the control tower flght tapes, conductng ntervews, and delayng a medcal team's entrance nto the area. At the Natonal Transportaton Safety Board's nvestgaton nto the crash, the charman of the NTSB testfed that he had never seen such actvtes on the part of the FB. Medcal examners found unusually hgh amounts of cyande n the body of Q~- tars to e e, To the Edtor: hope that ths letter wll not be nterpreted as part of what some have called an attack on The Tech's edtoral polces. n fact, t s ntended as a constructve suggeston. What would lke to call attenton to s the general dearth of coverage of news n the Cambrdge communty outsde orf MT n the campus press here, ncludng The Tech. To my knowledge, such coverage ths term has so far been lmted to one (superb) artcle by Curts Reeves on the Cambrdgeport down-zonng controversy and two (somewhat less than competent) stores on the student voter regstraton stuaton. The problem s rendered more serous by the approachng cty electon on November 6. Consder that several hundred student voters. to say nothng of faculty and staff, rely at least to some extent, f not completely, on the campus press for nformaton on local affars. f these people are to cast nformed votes, t seems to me, ncreased coverage of Ouch subjects as rent control, development and land use (Kendall Square, Kennedy Lbrary), polce procedures, student voter regstraton, unversty-communty relatons, and the local poltcal stuaton, s called for. At the rsk of ngagng n heresy, you mght consder the precedent establshed by the Harvard Crmson, whch now has a full-scale Cty Edtor and staff. Davd E. Sullvan '74 Member, Democratc Ward Commttee Ward 2, Cambrdge ' - NUTS & SCREWS the plane's plot. Just before the crash, the flght recorders mysterously ceased functonng. Just one day after the crash, Presdent Nxon apponted a new Undersecretary of Transportaton n charge of the NTSB and the Federal Avaton Admnstraton (FAA), whch have control over nvestgatons nto plane crashes. The appontee's name was Eg Krough. Ten days later, Nxon apponted a new drector of the FAA. Hs name was Alexander Butterfeld. One month later, Unted Arlnes named a new executve drector. Hs name was Dwght Chapn. Then there was the Wallace shootng. The Alabama governor's thrd party canddacy n 1968 had nearly prevented Nxon's electon, and he was threatenng to spol thngs n As t appeared n May of that year, a three-way race wth the then front runner for the Democratc nomnaton, Edmund Muske, would nearly ensure Muske's electon. To be sure, Nxon tred other methods to prevent a Wallace canddacy. He contrbuted S400,000 to Wallace's opponent n the 1970 Alabama gubernatoral prmary, n the hopes of destroyng the governor's home state power base. He took a strong ant-busng stand to woo potental Wallace contrbutors. He pres- 2) Cambrdge Savngs has a "save or spend" (SOS) account whch draws nterest compounded daly at 51/4%. They have a charge for bank drafts (wthdrawal slps) and depost slps of $ drafts and 64 depost slps. Drafts presented drectly to Cambrdge Savngs tself do not ncur any further charge. Drafts presented to other banks ncur a charge of.1 5/draft. Cambrdgeport Savngs at Central Square has a servce wth.o0draft or depost. May suggest a personal vst to the banks- n queston - the nformaton ganed seems so much more relable than telephone ntervews. Albert P. Yundt, Jr. Offcals of the MT Development Offce Wednesday announced the symnposumn next Thursday featurng the sx men who have served as presdental scence advsors wll be opened to the publc. Orgnally the event, part of the two-day dedcaton of the new Sherman Farchld Electrcal Engneerng and Electron cs Complex, was to be open only to nvted guests. However, the Development Offce sad there wll be adequate space to allow a number of persons nto Kresge Audtorum for the symposum and the questonanswer perod that follows. n addton, the event wll be carred va closed crcut televson to Kresge Lobby and Lobdell Dnng Hall n the Student Center. _ By Fred Hutchson sured Wallace to run as a Democrat n The "offcal" story tells us that Arthur Bremmer, the would-be assassn, plotted an assassnaton for weeks, chose Wallace, and then managed to shoot a man three tmes from fve feet away and not kll hm. Bremmer's Mlwaukee apartment wfas burglarzed twce, despte the fact that the FB was supposed to be guardng t. t s unclear whether or not the government was nvolved n the Wallace almost-assassnaton or the Unted Arlnes crash. but why has the Senate Commttee and the press so gnored these developments? How can we prase the Commttee when they gnore mportant evdence? s the press only "free" enough to report burglares and wre-tappng, but nor murders and near-murders? Why has there been no nvestgaton nto the Nxol campagn's dstortons of McGovern's economc programs? Why has the Commttee gnored revelatons that John Ehrlchman may have released to the press the nformaton that started the Eagleton affar? Why has Jm Garrson's factual evdence that John Kennedy was klled by the government teen gnored by the press for ten years? Has the "lberal" press ever stopped to thnk that maybe the really mportant powers n ths country just allow lberalsm n order to satsfy the ntellectual eltsts' anger, and prevent them from ever dscoverng the real truth? f lp F, 4-1. E c H To the Edtor: would lke to dspute some rather "E'EF UPlP msleadng facts quoted n your front :or: page artcle of Sept. 25, Wo-. <,..-T-HT; '" j5 " 1) Charlesbank Trust. Natonal N4O- HA EtAr, >. 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4 PAGE 4 FRDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1973 TE TECH MTb cuw debt to 1oau By Jules Mollere Federal attacks upon the Natonal Defense Student Loan program have caused MT to ncur a ten year debt oblgaton. Accordng to Leonard V. Gallagher, Assocate Drector of Student Fnancal Ad, the nsttute has had to borrow aganst ts credt on the near certanty that Natonal Defense Loans wll not be n exstence next year. The Whte House, whch has recently champoned the demse of ths program, nearly acheved that goal n the last sesson of Congress. The result has been a rude awakenng of most prvate colleges to the fact that they can no longer depend upon these loans as a steady source of funds. Gallagher sad that MT, n partcular, has launched a rnassve campagn to dscover new sources of "tudent ad and to phase out Natonal Defense funds, whch n the last 6 years have consttuted more than half the money spent on student assstance. n order to satsfy ts money needs n the rreantme, the nsttute has had to spend more money than t has n ts treasury and, for the frst tme n ts exstence, has had to borrow the rest on credt. The actual procedure was to use a S mllon grant to pay the nterest for a perod of 10 years on an even larger loan thereby obtanng the necessary funds asse ed4 For Sale: Ktchen table and 4 chars, excellent condton, $30; and larqe assortment of ktchen accessores & msc. housewares, cheap! Wanted turntable n good condton. Call EARN TOP MONEY! Part tme promotng student travel. Call or wrte (nclude your te!eohone number): VAGABOND TOURS, 242 East 80th Street, New York, N.Y (212) Natonal Market Research frm nterested n hrng responsble ndvduals to make contnuous part-tme anonymous shopper reports. Ref. and auto requred, Contact Profcency Specalsts, Box 20244, San Dego, CA % - 50% OFF ON AL STE- REO EQUPMENT. Stereo Components, Compacts, and TV's. All new, n factory sealed cartons. 100% guaranteed. All major brands avalable. Call Mke anytme, Translators: Natve speakers of foregn languages and Englsh speakers wth expert knowledge of foregn languages needed for techncal translatons. Call Mr. Roberts, , or wrte for applcaton. Lngustc Systems, nc., 116 Austn St., Cambrdge, MA for 2 years of student ad. The effect has been two-fold; to put the nsttute nto debt for a perod of 10 years; and, n the opnon of Gallagher, "to defer the problem for two more years." He later qualfed ths statement by sayng that he sees no real trouble that ths overextenson' would cause n the short run, but that t could present substantal dffculty f t becarne a habt. Accordng to Gallagher., ths problem s only one n a long seres that has recently beset the fnancal ad offce. Up untl eght years ago the fnancal ad program coasted along ncely on ts own endowment (ncome from the nvestment of perodc gfts), ndvdual grants, and outsde scholarshps won by ncomng students. n recent years, however, these resources have been nsuffcent to meet the needs of students. More than 10 percent of the student ad budget has had to be allocated from the yearly tuton. Another sore spot for the Fnancal Ad Offce deals wth federally nsured loans. Ths programn allows MT to make loans to students, the nterest for whch s pad by the federal government for as long as that student s n school. 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5 1 THETECH FRDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1973 PAGE 5 10 ` elaug H vae. by Vtale Nea by Neal Vltale When Love Devoton Surrender, an album that was the product of Sr Chnmoy's sprtually untng nfluence on dscples Carlos Santana and Mahavshnu John McLaughln, was released by Columba Records n md-summer, advertsements n the varous trade magaznes and nternatonal rock journals called t "specal because t can never be repeated." Lttle dd they know just how rght they were. Obvous consderatons and motvatons came nto play, and the wordng n the more recent ads was changed to read "an unprecedented collaboraton; an unprecedented tour." Note especally that last word, "tour." ndeed, f last month's performance at the Musc H-all s any ndcaton, everyone nvolved should have heeded the orgnal sentment and not tred to recapture a unque, fleetng muscal moment over and over agan n a money-mnakng, month-ong, natcn-spannng seres of concerts. The evenng proved to be an oppressve one, wth the mawksh, quasrelgous greed-thnnly-dsgused-as- :prtualty nearly as overpowerng as both the eghty-odd degree heat and the amazngly unenlghtened musc. Outsde the Musc Hall, Hare Krshna people encrcled the theater, brandshng stcks of cherry ncense and hawkng assorted lterary wares. nsde, the odor of cherry ncense burned by the weak-wlled and gullble reached the pont of nausea durng the hour-plus delay n the start of the show. Fnally, the sx muscans walked on stage,. led _by gutarsts McLaughln and Santana. The former was notceable n 'that hs usual all-whte garb was broken by a blue peasant shrt; hs red dualnecked Gbson twelve- and sx-strng had also been foresaken for a tan twn sxstrng model: Santana, on the other hand, had adopted the vrgnous ranments, as well as a not-so-new short harcut; he mumbled a bt of less-than-coherent sermonzng n hs request for the now customary mnute of slence - sxty seconds broken by hoots, whstles, and poundngs on doors. The fact that Mahavshnu John McLaughln s a phenomenal and dazzlng gutarst needs lttle reteraton, just as Blly Cobham has been shown to be an outstandng drummer beyond any doubt; both ponts have been most amply mrnade by nearly two years of performng n the Mahavshnu Orchestra, But whereas n that group the other members are equals n terms of talent, the band accompanyng McLaughln and Cobhamrn n concert had no such credentals. Carlos Santana hmself s at best a borng gutarst, havng exploted a few whnng and btng ponts on clches; fellow Santana-member, bassst Doug Rauch, s competent, perod. The contrbuton of Armando Peraza on congas s less than neglb'ole; nhavng Khald Yasm on organ marks a regresson to McLaughln's Devoton days, a perod n whch the greatest detractons were Buddy Mles' "6drunmmnng for hs lfe" and Yasm's (when he was stll called Larry Young) q ueasy keyboard waverngs. The result was that only wheel ether McLaughln or Cobhamrn was n the spotlght dd the musc begn to approach expectatons, such as n a beautfully soft solo for the gutarst, durng John Coltrane's "A Love Supreme" and the McLaughln addenedumrn "A Lfe Dvne," or n a frey Cobham drum escapade (though the latter's drum solo was partcularly unmnagnatve). But generally, the juxtaposton of Santana's percng repettveness wth McLaughln's flud brllancy, the aspect of Love Devotfon Surrender that was most notable, was lost n a rather formless jumble of electrcty and amless energy. Perhaps Caros Santana would do well to stck closer to hs own level of ablty, and not dsable a more talented groupng smply because he can't keep up. Khald Yasm's o an s no substtute for Jerry Goodman's superlatve voln or Jan Hammer's keyboards. 't s a shame that McLaughln and Cobbarn were wasted on ths venture, whch pales so terrbly compared to what the Mahavshnu Orchestra can do, or even what was acheved n the studo. Possbly next tme, when someone says that a unon can "never be repeated," they wll beleve hm, and s'~nlar fascos wll be avoded. by Sandy Yulke Ad dt t's truly amazng how an unknown, who has never acted n hs/her lfe, can gve a crummy performance n a crummy move and become nstantly famous and rch whle excellent actors, who have been gvng brllant performances for years on the stage, reman unrecognzed by the majorty of the publc and fnancally poor. Bran Beford s one of the latter. n Burley, currently at the Colonal, Bedford gves what beleve to be hs best actng job to date, outshnng even hs prevous success as Arrnolphe n The School for Wves (whch won hm a Tony Award). Beng a Bedford fan, and havng seen hm n several other. roles, was partcularly mpressed that, more than just playng the part of Butley, he was Butley. And beng Butley sn't easy. Butley s an academc. He s also a man whose lfe s fallng apart at the seams, but he has enough of the sense of the absurd to make hs lfe nterestng and fun, f not altogether pleasant. Whle one cannot help but feel the tragedy of what s happenng to Butley before one's very eyes, thnk that most of the tme, one feels that one s watchng a comedy; the one-lners wth whch the play s flled are brllantly carred off, and are new and refreshng enough to be genunely funny (a great cure for ron-poor blood, or whatever t s that causes people around here to be pale and glazy-eyed as they walk down the corrdor). f there s one thng that ths play s not, t s trte. T hs s the knd of play that s partcularly approprate to academc audences. Some of the lnes, for nstance "... admnstratve detals... why can't they ever just let me teach?" strke a famlar note. Another lne, whch Butley delvers when hs offce mate accuses hm of pryng nto someone's lfe, "pryng... t's alrght, why whole governments do t" seems partcularly a propos n lght of recent poltcal happenngs. Butley s a remarkably effectve character, for n some ways he s Everyman. Though one laughs throughout the play, and enjoys t prmarly for ts humorous aspects, thnk that one cannot help but be deeply moved to thnk of "the human condton," though not n termas of Butley's plght (whch s admttedly tragc), but rather n terms of one's own lfe. No matter how comnfortable one s wth one's self and what one s dong, the play wll reach out and "get to you." n a much more subtle and effectve way than Watng for Godot, or somethng of that genre, t shows lfe n ts absurdty. Although Butley/Bedford s defntely the "star of the show," one should not forget to dstrbute the plaudts and menton that the supportng cast was also excellent. Partcularly effectve were Barbara Lester, as Edna (the old mad of the Englsh Department at London Unversty, where Butley s a professor), who rather than feelng sorry for, one rather admres; and Paul Jott, as Joseph Keystone, Butley's offce mate and confdante for many years (and most of the play). One fnal tragc note - at a tme when one prerecorded move, whch wll be on televson (or at least at LSC n the near future) often costs more than three dollars, move theaters are almost always flled, and new ones are openng all the tme, yet at the same tme, for only 50 cents nmore, one can see serous, lve dramas; nonetheless, most of the theaters n ths country are havng dffculty remanng alve fnancally, and many fne theaters, lke the Charles Street Playhouse, are forced to close. Why s t that people are loath to go to the theater? One Mahavshnu John McLaughln can't ever expect a play lke Butley to be as successful as the new kung-fu seres of flms, but doesn't t deserve a full Chouse occasonally? BS Bg$ & by Jef Palmer T Pe pe r.jlpber pg e No Sweat - Blood, Sweat and Tears (Columba) The contnung saga of Blood, Sweat and Tears - Steve Katz, who wth fellow ex-blues Project member Al Kooper founded the band, has now left; Jm Felder and Bobby Colomby are the only remanng members of the orgnal group. BS&T hasn't been popular on the AM (or FM) rado dal snce the departure of Davd-Clayton Thomas, so t's not dffcult to pcture them as a strugglng young 'band wth ths, ther "second" album, a follow-up to New Blood. t s wth ths perspectve that lsterned to Co Sweat, and, except for ther nferor verson of Traffc's "Empty Pages," and the fller materal ttled "Hp Pckles," the album conssts of good to exceptonal cuts. The hghlghts of the album are the two true jazz peces, "Django (An Excerpt)/Song for John" and Larry Wlls' chuggng "nner Crss," the latter featurng fne gutar work and scat sngng by Georg Wadenrus. The solo work and arrangements are refreshng, on the whole, especally Larry Wlls' playng on the pano and other keyboards. Jerry Fsher agan does a commendable job on the vocals, adaptng hs voce well to the dfferent moods of the songs. My fnal remark about No Sweat s not so much a complant as smply an observaton. Wth the predomnance of pano, and the ncluson of female back-up vocalsts, Paul Buckmaster strng arrangements, and Moog and ARP syntheszers on some of the cuts, the brass secton s played down by these other muscal forces and often falls nto the category of background accompanment. But as sad, they are contnually changng. n the next epsode...

6 _ PAGE 6 FRDAY,SEPTEMBER 28, _ THETECH. _ C ~- ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ F r t mark astoff When the TV season grnds to a hault sometme next Sprng, the Wasteland wll no doubt be lavshly strewn wth the corpses of numerous prvate eyes, unformed and planclothes peace offcers, and sundry lawyers and undercover agents. n fve years, t'll be all cowboys shows agan, but ths s the Year of the Detectve avec Gmmck. But strangely enough, there are no female sleuths on the tube, what wth Mod Squad and Alsson.hnpossble retred. n comng weeks, ths column wll bend over sdeways to say nce thngs about the new season. Don't hold your breath. There are, however, two new scence fcton skens mdst the gaggle of gumshoes, nether of whch are prme tme, but both of whch are somewhat nterestng. One s the anmated Star Trek, the Saturday mornng cartoon show for people who thought they'd outgrown the Saturday mornng cartoon shows (NBC, 10:30) t's ½/2hour, the voces are those of the orgnal cast, and the two epsodes 've seen have been half-way entertanng (f you're up that early anlyway.) Lke everythng else on the Saturday AM slate, ts out of the Hana-Barbera stable. Then there s The Starlost. The Starlost s a creaton of scf wrter Harlan Ellson, s put together n Canada, and stars Ker Dullea (2001), Gay Rowan, and Robn Ward. The premse s an old favorte of hardcore scf fans: the Earthshp Ark s a ggantc spaceshp sent by a dyng Earth to fnd Humanty a new home n the stars. t s composed of many "bospheres," sell-contaned domed envronments, each enclosng some partcular segment of Earth's popula- - ton. After 400 years n space, the passengers of Ark are no longer aware that ther world s a spacecraft, or that other bospheres- exst. Young rebels from Lhe Amsh-lke bosphere Cyprus Corners descend nto the guts of the shp, dscover the truth of t all, and set out to fnd someone who can help prevent the Ark's self-prophesed destructon. Overall, The Starlost s an enjoyable hour of escape (Saturdays, NBC, 7 PM) despte ts several glarng defects. Tle actng s, at tmes, pretty terrble some of the "scence" was dubous (what the hell s a "solar star?") and t1,.- technque of flmng s the sterle "ve" format of All n the Fanhl and the soap operas. But The Strlost was well-wrtten, has a promsng premse, and the technologcal gadgetry out of the prop department, both the Ark tself and ts nner control rooms, are far classer that those on Star- Trek. Sports: The Gants' last game n Yankee Stadum (they play'ther rernang 5 home games n the Yale Bowl n New Haven, hopefully to move to a new stadum n Hackensack next year) was an unqualfed humdnger, a Pete Gogolak feld goal wth 0:00 on the clock knottng the score at t was the TV football fan's dream game, the lead see-sawng back and forth, wth many dazzlng plays for both sdes, not the least of whch were an ntercepton by Gant hppe defensve back Pete Athas a-nd a pass recepton by Gant Pat Hughes, who was lyng on hs back at the tme. Had the Eagles been just a nanosecond more sluggsh n lnng.up for the game's fnal play, they'd have had the upset. At any rate, the game certanly upstaged the Cowboys-Sants Monday nght yawn-fest. f the San Dego Padres move to Washngton, t'll be nterestng to see what they'll be ncknamed. "Padres" and "Senators" are out; "Captals," "Presdents," and "Natonals" are lackluster possbltes. One of the more magnatve suggestons beng banded about s the "Waterbugs.' Channlel 4's Len Berman took t a bt too far, however, when he recently refered to the hypothetcal "Washngton atterbuggers." LLcc 1. oss hns L-tnfg Gene by jeff Palmer PsL Sens fxe Kndlng - Gene Parsons (Warner Brothers) Gene Parsons' career as a member of the slowly dsntegratng Byrds was overshadowed by the others n the group, as s the fate of many a rock drummer. He had to compete wth the excellent songs wrtten by Roger McGunn (wth partner Jacques Levy), the generally medocre but nevertheless unque camp of Skp Battn, and the movng ballads sung by Clarence Whte n hs beautfully mournful voce. Gene's few moments n the spotlght were memorable performances, as "Gunga Dn" from Ballad of Easy Rder and "Yesterday's Tran" from Unttled can testfy. Now on hs frst solo album, Kndlng, Gene can play what he's always enjoyed - bluegrass - and the results are mpressve. Kndlng may well not be true bluegrass, but s n a countrysh ven, wth the accent on gutar, mandoln, fddle, and banjo; the nstrumental numbers beng smlar to those Gene and Clarence Whte wrote together for the Byrds. Most of the songs are wrtten by Gene, and the album s a nce blend of uptempo pckn' and slower ballad materal such as "Long Way Back." Lttle Feat's Lowell George's "Wlln'," popularzed by Seatran a few years ago, takes on a mellower tone, wth an ngenous touch of accordan by Nck DeCaro. None of the songs drag, as they are all less than three and a half mnutes long - an AhM programmer's dream. However, t's doubtful that any of these songs wll ht the charts, especally ths far above the Mason-Dxon lne. Gene has extended hs muscal vrtuosty to gutar, banjo, pedal steel, and s years. Ths season also ntates several other long-range projects, ncludng Ozawa dong the Mahler symphones, Coln Davs conductng the Sbelus symphones, and Ozawa and Davs sharng the honors wth Haydn's symphones (a very long-range project, snce there a;e over a hundred!). Mchael Tlson Thonmas's future wth the Boston Symphony s uncertan at the moment, as hs new exclusve contract wth Columba Records wll not permt hm to record wth the BSO. Boston Symphony lve broadcasts are excellent and free. WGBH carres Frday afternoons and Tuesday nghts, WCRB and WGBH do a quadraphonc smulcast on Saturday nghts, and WCRB presents a taped concert on Frday nght. There s a great deal to be sad for attendng a lve concert, however-a certan knd of emotonal experence, plus a qualty of sound that cannot be duplcated by any reproducng system. Tckets can be purchased on a subscrpton or sngle tcket bass, as well as under the rush and student-tcket programs. The word from the subscrpton offce s that subscrpton sales are extremely good, so that one should plan well n advance to get tckets to ndvdual concerts. Schedules of the season are avalable at the Symphony Hall box offce and at the TCA offce n the MT student center, and flyers wth each month's programs n detal should be hung around the campus as well as at the hall. Open rehearsals on Thursday evenngs (sx throughout the season) are an especally good buy at three dollars per unreserved seat, and provde an nformal way to hear the musc and to see the work that goes nto the makng of a concert. Call Symphony Hall for tcket nformaton [COumbtus /). Both the cty of Boston and the members of the Symphony are lookng forward wth a great deal of exctement to ths frst season of Ozawa's tenure. t promses to be a most exctng one, and well worth gettng n on. adept at each nstrument. Long-tme frend Gb Gulbeau plays fddle on three of the cuts, and the late Clarence Whte plays gutar and mandoln on seven of the cuts. Unfortunately, Kndlng s the thrd The Ong rl'al and probably the last solo premere for an ex-byrd, followng efforts by Roger McGunn and Gram Parsons (no relaton). Q"~vX4~n E,? 3oaa399 At the tme of Whte's senseless death last July, when he was struck by the car of a reckless drver, he had recorded only two by Mark Astolf tracks for hs solo album. ('m sure they Alladn Sane - Davd Bcbwe (RCA) would make a helluva 45.) At least some Last February, Phonograph Record of hs last recorded work s on Kndlnzg, Magazne offered the Dave Bowe EP to and some of Clarence Whte's last performances here make a good album even advce, opnon, comment, etc., con- anyone who'd mal n a bref pece of better. cernng the Starduster Dave. My favorte came from "Love," who resdes (f you call that resdng) n Chcago: " thnk he's a fake, a fern, a queer, but an B50- excellent muscan." Unquestonably, Dave s one of rock's more cataclysmc socologcal phenomena of the Sltherng Seventes. Hs up-front bsexualty, n thought, lyrc, and deed, openly flauntng what Lou Reed and Ray by Stephen Owades -- Daves only hnted at, lterally opened a Sej Ozawa, the new musc drector of Fbber McGee hall closet on both sdes of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, has the Atlantc. And outmnaced an androgynous swarm of gltter-queen opportunsts, termed Boston the "Athens of Amerca." One of the nmost cobvous sgns of Boston's crooners of questonable erotc afflaton, hard-core female mpersonators (lke place as one of the pnnacles of culture s the BSO tself. Ths weekend marks the Jm Baly, who does Garland and Stresand; openng of the orchestra's nnety-thrd and Wayne Country, whose n concert season, and the naugural concerts of stage act ncludes takng a crap), and just Ozawa's regn as musc drector. plan Joes (or Marys) who were just glad to get out of that damn closet. Not long Snce the death of Charles Munch, the musc drector has been unpopular (Lensdorf) or weak (Stenberg). Ths has been the Lverpudan push, t ceased to be a after long har on males was revved va felt as a lack of a sense of occason about badge of faggotry by vrtue of sheer ts concerts and ts season as a whole. numbers. Now t seems unlkely that so Frst the Cleveland Orchestra under Szel!, many popstars are grttng ther teeth and and more recently the Chcago Symphony wth Solt, have grabbed the lme- commercal sawy, save, of course, Km plng on the Max Factor out of sheer lght as Amerca's top ensembles, whle Fowley, who wll be where the acton s f the BSO's reputaton has dmnshed. Sej P ~ r a-~ n~ m ~r rre ~z Ozawa s young, charsmatc, and all THE TECH ARTS SECTON91 amazngly talented muscans and there s a palpable sense of exctement and antc- paton around Symphony Hall these days. The openng program conssts of The Damnaton of Faust by Hector Berloz. The same pece wll also open the BSO's season n New York, placng the orchestra and conductor n drect competton wth the Solt/Chcago team, whch performed the Damnaton at Carnege Hall last sprng, and wth Boulez and the New York Phlharmonc, whch wll perform t n November. Ozawa has made somewhat of a specalty of Berloz, and plans to record all of hs major works for Deutsche Grammophon n the next few j Neal Vtale '75 -- Arts Edtor t klls hm. They merely lke the look, and prove that the look does not necessarly mply the deed, a hard fact for even the more-or-less open-mnded, who readly-accept the opposte, to swallow. Not that Dave was the frst rock star to crash through (n fact, oblterate) the carefully guarded barrer of sex role control, but he was the frst to do t honestly, serously, and wthout hype (he hyped hmself, not merely hs sexualty.) Capt. Beefheart and hs Magc Band and Frank Zappa's Mothers had worn dresses to be bzarre and to shock, Alce Cooper dd the vampre-n-a-skrt shtck to be scarry ("We'd rather be frghtenng than femnne"), and Keth Moon cross-dressed because he's loony to start wth. The queston of whether the publc apes ts pop heroes, or whether the pop heroes are merely the frst weathervanes to react to the wnds of change, s probably moot. tend to thnk that when, for whatever ultmate reason, the conventons or mores of a socety are about to change, the frst place t pops up, lke a lump n a rug, s where there s the most freedom of expresson to begn wth: the entertanment world, and the arts n general. n two short years we have seen hgh heels, shag harcuts, and earrngs on guys, and t sn't just the New York Dolls, but the HSkool dude down the street. Evern the Guess Who, bastons The Guess Who's "Glamour Boy" of Mddle Class gloss-rock, sng "For $49,000 you can look lke a woman tonght," n ther latest sngle "Glamour: Boy," and a razor-blade company has an ad on TeeVee featurng an undercover cop n drag, usng ther blade to get that close, clean shave that he, f nobody else on the force, sure as hell needs. The whole phenomenon may be L drect result of the Women's Lberaton Movement, for as functonal equalty [Contnued on page 7] Sandy Yulke '74- Assocate Arts Edtor (drama) John Krout '75 - Assocate Arts Edtor (meda, musc) Bran Refhrg '75- Assocate Arts Edtor (OT arts) John Hanzel '76- Assocate Arts Edtor (graphc arts) Mark Astolf - Assocate Arts Edtor (sports) Arts Staff - Matthew Farber '75, Wanda Adams, Jeff Palmer, Bob Ross Arts Staff Canddates- Renan Beckman '77, Renee Chow '77, Blake Hurt 77, Harsh MNends '77, Phuong Trnh '77 1.,_,..,;,,,,

7 E. c r j j [Contnued from page 6] between the sexes becomes a realty, the unform doesn't mean as much as t used to, so that appearance, as well as love lfe, s more readly accepted as the matter of personal taste and enjoyment t always away, of course, there are those who hasten to preserve them, equatng : assmlaton wth eventual represson. Thus, we have the mltant Lesbans, the self-rghteously ntollerant Homos and Heteros alke, the rock crtcs who follow a strctly gay lne when nterpretng Dave's songs. "nterpret," as f they're ~, done n some esoterc language that only the rock crtc can understand or at least decode. To my mnd, "Queern Btch," off : lunky Dory, s Dave's only rrefutably gay song, owng to those great lyrcs: "f she says she can do t, she can do t/she don't make false clarns/for she's a queen, and such are queens/that your laughter s sucked n ther brans." Hs others are strctly androgynous n content, and anyone who ponts to "The Wdth of a Crcle," or "Lady Stardust," or "Cracked Actor," and sez: Ah, gay love cometh, that's hs preferred opnon. They could just as easly be conceved as Macho Hgh's football fght songs. The Sufs have a sayng: Every stck has two ends. But they also say: You cannot ht two targets wth one arrow. Neal Vtale Jeff Palmer Mark Astolf 'm Don' Fne Now - New York Cty (Chesea) Ths album exsts to bear wtness to the world as to the rare talents of one Thom Bell, record producer and arranger. As f hs splended successes wth the Spnners, Stylstcs,- Ronne Dyson, and the O'Jays weren't qute enough, he presents four more sparklng examples of hs handwork, wth ths 4-year-old sngng group. "Quck, Fast, n A Hurry," "Uncle James," the ttle cut, and my canddate for next sngle release, "Xn't t So," are contrasted Mth seven other cuts on the album, produced by Wes Farrell and John Bahler. t shows what a bg dfference Thom Bell can make. Ths s only fourelevenths of a great album, but perhaps worth havng all the same. 16 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~_ M-- "Lfe On Mars" (ncdently, Dave's "new" sngle n England) s a powerful, majestc song, yet t becomes almost stark when compared wth the churnng layers of sound n "Drve-n Saturday." f rock s a substtute famly, then some of the producton on Sane s LMornsm. But pompous arrangements asde, ths album contans some truly classc performances, even for Dave, Most nterestng are "Panc n Detrot" and "The Jean Gene," prmal, Yardbrdesque rockers whch wll further bolster Dave's already powerful stage act. "Watch That Man" s also hard-core rock, soundng much lke the old Velvet Underground, and sportng some Lou Reedsh fantasy lyrcs. On the more theatrcal sde, "Tme" and "Aladdn Sane ( ?)" are sheer Brel, whle "The Prettest Star" s' an nsghtful T.Rex spoof ( wouldn't be at all surprsed f that's Marc Bolan hmself dong the gutar break... t was reported last fall n Melody Maker that Marc sat n on a couple of "Star" sessons, but he s not mentoned n the credts.) The sauran "Cracked Actor" s the Yn to the Velvet Underground's "New Age" Yang. But the two gems of the album are "Drve-n Saturday" and "Let's Spend the Nght Together." The former s one of the only ntensely scf holdovers from Zggy Stardust, ts futurstc magery clashng grandly wth the Fftes punkod Just what the totally mad lyrcs of boredom conscousness connoted by the Dave's songs tell you s for you to decde. tawdry melody. And Dave's remake of don't know what they're "supposed" to that old Stones anthem (also hs latest mean, nor does le. Dave once called rock sngle) s one of the funnest thngs he's musc a knd of surrogate famly, provdng a "sense of communty." But then ever done, batng the Stones by manpulatng, confusng, and ultmately explotng our reacton to the blatant enough lonelness s a powerful force n rock, too. The pont s, however hs mages ht you, message. Dave s an ncredble composer, arranger, n a Rollng Stone ntervew (Nov. 9, and muscan. Hs latest album, Alladn 1972), Dave sad: "As much as enjoy Sane s another superb collecton, almost just gong out and makng sure that a eclectc n style and content. show goes on, also lke to feel that some My only complant s that the album s of the thngs 'm wrtng about mean at tmes greatly overproduced. Compare somethng to some people. So 'm pretty t wth Hunky Dory (and to a lesser unstable about my stablty as an artst. extent, wth Zggy Stahrdust): Sane lacks won't be able to say much about t untl a much of the eloquence, elegance, and wt year or so from now. 'll see where 've of Hunky Dory, whch arose from the been pushed by the publc." All can add album's smplcty, learned by Dave no to that s: Congratulatons, folks, you've : doubt through Buddhsm. For example, done t agan! ~~mceacrr m, m~~~~~~~mx a p~~~~~~~ a~~ a~~~.~~lnr r~~~~n n r~~~a~~.- Forward Moton - The Secton (Warner Bros.) Russ Kunk(l, Lee Sklar, Danny "Kootch" Kortchmar, and Crag Doerge are fourtop-notchsesson men (known collectvely as The Secton) who rank among the most sought-after and most often-employed back-up muscans n Amerca. But t s the very slck nnocuousness of ther playng, whch s desrable for the low-key style of a James Taylor or a Carole Kng, that makes ths record a combnaton of rock Muzak pablum, and unnspred thrd-rate Mahavshnu Orchestra. Only Sklar's bass-playng helps to compensate for the dearth of muscal magnaton; the rest of the band, partcularly Doerge and hs nept keyboard work, seems to be stuck n "Park," rather than realzng any Forward Moton. -- NVV Alotta' Mleage - Grassroots (Dunhll) The second album for the thrd rencartnaton (or fourth, f you recall that snger P.F Sloan dd the frst "Grassroots" LP) of ths legendary pop bad, and t's another dooze. Just about everythng s a potental sngle, one of the strongest cuts beng a smart remake of Free's "Lttle Bt of Love." f you saw these dudes on the n Concert show, you know they're not all fun 'n' games, but can do clean, aggressve rock and roll. Album was arranged by Mchael Omartan. 1Roen Trw..er lnmo 0 flves! by Neal Vtale n a perverse sort of way, the settng would have been a mast approprate locale for-most modern-day trbutes to the dead. The tawdry crcuc atmosphere of the Boston Club - a Commonwealth Ave. datng bar decorated n a hodgepodge of blnkng Chrstmas lghts, cheap pseudo-medterranean style furnture. store rejects, and dull danglng hub-caps, t would be perfect f the offerng was of the usual tnsel-strewn, nsenstve sort. But the manner n whch Robn Trower s glorfyng the sprt of the late m Hendrx transcends that level of crassness, and becomes a much more mpressve and effectve eulogy. For rather than mere mtaton, or a conscous glorfcaton, Trower has absorbed Hendrx's very approach to musc, and hs work has, n turn, become- a development, an mprovement, an extenson of what was unquestonably brllant. But to talk solely n terms of other muscans and ther work would be dong a great dsservce to Robn Trower; unfortunately, hs breed of unque and exhlratng musc lends tself to comparson, f only to create some pont of reference. Part of ths problem stems from the obscurty regardng much of Trower's background. Hs stay wth Procol Harum, from ther nmtal success wth "A Whter Shade of Pale" through ther ffth album Broken Barrcades, s relatvely wellknown; n contrast, hs current songs look lke a drastc change, when, n fact, they are only a return to Trower's pre-procol days. He says, " don't see myself as havng radcally changed, see myself as grown a lttle bt." Robn Trower left Procol Harum n Spurred by the death of Jm Hendrx, he wrote the trbute of "Song for a Dreamer-" He began to realze hs potental as a composer and longed for other styles: Nce Day For Somethng - -Lee Mchaels (Columba) t's nce to fnd that LeeMchaels has abandoned hs organ playng, at least for the tme beng. Many organsts can tend to play n a gratng way, especally Lee, as evdent on Lee Mchlaels Lve. Here most of the songs feature pano and harpschord, the latter an unusual but welcome nstrumenf n the rock feld. All the songs are wrtten by Lee, and there s a sameness to some of them, but the overall sourld s more lstenable than hs harsh organ work of late. Nrce Dav for Somethng suggests the earler Barrel days of`lee Mchaels, and t's a pleasant return -JP Tower of Power Tower of.power (Warner Bros.) One of the best of rock's bg bands, the l1-man Tower of Power never qute get up as hgh as "So Very Hard To Go," the sngle ht off ths album, but do delver a satsfyngly consstent performance thanks to a honey-smooth horn and sax secton, and Lenny Wllams' fne vocals. 'They oughta call themselves Blood, Sweat, and Talent. A Lttle Touch Of Schmlsson nz The Nght- Harry Nlsson (RCA) Derek Taylor gves t all away n the lner notes when he refers to Harry as "unquestonably the best contemporary snger n the world." The dea s that the world's -greatest songman ought to be able to take a 39-pece orchestra, 12 hoary chestnuts (most of whch were wrtten n the frst thrd of the century,, and make them work. What's more, delver performances that outshne the masters, Garland, Snatra, Jolson, Cantor, et al. But, of course, Harry can't carry t off. He's better suted to clever lttle tunes about coconuts and spacemen, and dong Randy Newman songs. As for A Lttle Touch Of Schmlsson n Thle Nght, sn't your Grandmother's brthday comng up... --M~cA THETECH FRDAY, SEPTEMBER28, 1973 PAGE7 "When vwas recordng Broken Barrcades... was becomng more prolfc a wrter. lked what was gettng nto.. realzed that t was gettng away fromn Procol larur. decded would have to leave f was gong to expand on any of these thngs. really wanted to get nto playng the gutar. So dd. left... 've always been more nterested n musc... than n the success of t." After a frutless effort wth one band, Trower joned wth vocalst-bassst James Dewar of Stone the Crows and drummer Reg sadore from Quver to form hs present group. Ther drectons wee made clear: " want to get nto more blues... but that s not to say want to do old twelve-bar blues. t'll stll be stuff wrte, but want to wrte stuff whch s showng ts roots a bt more. don't fnd myself relatng to rock at all. t's mostly to black musc." Robn Trower s one of the top few whte gutarsts playng today; hs frst record, Chrysals' Twce Removed From Yesterday, s magnatvely wrtten and performed, keyed around Trower's searng, unearthly gutar, and Dewar's slghtly Paul Rodgers-sh vocals. Seeng the band lve, though hopefully somewhere other than a place lke the Boston Club, as well as ntensve lsteng- to the record, eventually erodes any clams of Hendrx cops. Trower hmself clarfes t all: "He's been a very bg nfluence on me. 've never conscously coped hm n any way, but he's nfluenced me mmensey. To me he's now part of the roots, lke' Muddy Waters was... Hendrx was a genus. To gnore hm you'd be cuttng off your nose to spte your face. couldn't gnore the best gutar player that ever lved. t would be rdculous. "Ths sort of cosmc touch, ethereal sort of touch he added to musc, ths great depth, spacness - that's what 've absorbed. But whether absorbed t from hm or God, t's stll me dong t... 'm the only one who can make that sound... And t's good, very good." The Sweet (Bell) "Lttle Wlly," Sweet's frst Amercan ht, sn't characterstc of the band's current sound, as the song's a good year and a half old. They can be best descrbed as a cross between Tommy Roe and Led Zeppeln; "Hel Raser" and "Blockbuster" are especally manc. WARNNG: THE SURGEON GENERAL HAS DETER- MNED THAT PROLONGED LSTENNG TO THE SWEET WLL CAUSE YOU TO TNT YOUR HAR PNK AND WEAR SLVER LEATHER UNDER- GARMENTS. The Best of the Spnners (Motown) One of Motown's more neglected acts when thev had them, now makng t bg on Atlantc, gets a welldeserved greatest hts package. Great from start to fnsh, ncludng "t's A Shame" and "O-o-h Chld." Recorded Lve - Ten Years After (Columba) As stated on the back cover, Recorded Lve s tlhe offcal Ten Years After bootleg (whatever that'-means). t's unfortunate that they felt they had to nclude a drum solo on ths two-record set, as "Hobbt" s the only medocre cut here. Everythng else s hgh-energy rock and blues. Sde three s exceptonal, featurng an old Al Kooper composton from hs Blues Project days called " Can't Keep From Cryng Sometmes," whch Ten Years After use as a vehcle for ten mnutes of engagng group mprovsaton. Of course the popular "Good Mornng Lttle Schoolgrl" and "'m Gong Home" are ncluded, and t's nterestng to hear that the audences n Frankfort, Pars and Amsterdam, where ths set was recorded, are as enthusastc for ths long-lastng, poneer band as n Englsh-speakng countres. --2P Subway Serenade - Lookng Glass (Epc) Ths group s sort of the Four Seasons of the Seventes: they do strongly melodous, although decdedly commercal, pop tunes, and have easly recognzeable lead vocals. Pleasant on the car rado, but ther album s a drag. 'll stck wth Franke Vall, who at least had a bt of magnaton. Lve A t Carnege Hall - Bll Wthers (Sussex) was pleasantly surprsed wth ths two-record set, n the hgh-qualty recordng system used, the more than capable back-up band, and the clever arrangements of the songs. Bll Wthers' "raps" to the audence are not the throaty mumblngs of saac Hayes, but short amusng anecdotes of hs past, and lke Melane, hs talks and exhortatons to the audence seem sncere. All the songs are wrtten by Bll, and one s a Bll Wthers-Ray Jackson collaboraton about a war veteran who'd have hs rght arm shot off n combat, wth the matter-of-fact ttle, " Can't Wrte Left Handed." Other hghlghts nclude the slower, soulful verson of "Use Me," a fresh arrangement of '"An't No Sunshne" and the strrng fnale, "Hdrlemr/Cold Baloney." _p --Sp -S ;E s-_d:" Zt?y a rfl-r? = 1' 11,

8 PRGE 8 FRDAY,SEPTEMBER 28, 1973 TE Two trophy regattas hghlghted last weekend's salng acton, as the men's and women's varsty squads competed n the Hap Moore Regatta and the Women's Snglehanded Champonshps, respectvely. Seven members of the MT women's team saled n the elmnaton heats for the Snglehandeds at MT on Saturday: Shelley Bernsten '74, Joan Pendleton '76, Mary Anne Bradford '74, Ellen Schmdt '77, Barbara Belt '77, Nna Geband '77, and Lla Kobylak'76. After sx races, a total of fourteen skppers qualfed for the fnals. Tearm captan Bernsten led all MT fnshers through the seven races on SundaSy, placng second, followed by Mss Schmdt n fourth, Mss Pendleton n tenth, and Mss Belt, eleventh. The event was won by Judy Ferrner frorn Salem State. Ellen Schmdt's performance s especally noteworthy. n her freshrman year, she placed fourth n a feld composed largely of top veteran skppers from other schools, and won two races of the fnal seven. The men's varsty team traveled to the Coast Guard Academy on Sunday for the annual Hap Moore Trophy Regatta, placng fourth n a feld of eght schools. The event s saled n three classes of boats, wth the trophy gong to the team wth the best overall combned score. Steve Cuccharo' 74 and Paul Erb '76, wth Walter Frank '74 and Arseno Nunez '74 respectvely as crew, saled for MT n the dnghy dvson; Chuck TECH Ela 0 go ' 2 n ~~~ ~~~~~b~~p1 M Football Results Sept. 22 and 23 A Leagaue SAE'A' - 22 FJ 'A' - O LCA 'A' - 20 DTD - O RB League DU - 50 SPE-0 Mac'S'- 18Ash - 13 SAE 'B3' - 25 BTO - O B 2 League PLP - 13 LCA 'B' - 7 PDT 'A' - 7 Mtlgy - 6 EC 'A' - 13 Plumbers - O B 3 League Chem E - Nucl. E - 7 SC - 6 ZBT - 25 Chem - 6 Baker Trojans - 8 PKS - 15 C 1 League TDC - 30 NRSA-0 ATO - 25 KS - 12 PDT 'Z' PBE -- 6 C 2 League PMD - 12 Math - 6 EC 'JF' - 13 Hydros - 0 SH - 20 EC '5W'- 6 C 3 Leagule Burton Tooey - 13 DP - 6 Burton 5-6 ED '4W' - O TC - 13 SAM - 12 Tucker '75, wth Rob Parker '75, Larry Dubos '76, and George Todd '76 crewng, competed n the Raven class. Randy Young '74 saled the Knockabouts, wth crew Keven Sullvan '74 and Mke Thomas '74. Tu -cke skppered MT's Raven crew to a second place n ther dvson, but the overall ttle went to host school Coast Guard. The fnal results were:,.coast Guard 100, Harvard 119, Yale 1 19, MT 142, Tufts 160, Kngs Pont 189, Mane Martme 203, and Northeastern 214. On Saturday the men's team fnshed second n a dnghy nvtatonal at Harvard. Tucker, wth Chuck Johnson '76 crewng, and Young, wth Rll RTzz '76 as crew, saled the frst half of the regatta. Erb, wth Steve Ryan '77 crewng, and Sullvan, wth Johnson as crew, took over for the later races. Results of the event were: Bowdon 51, MT 55, Tufts 60, Brown 71, Coast Guard 76, Har-.',.;A-- x,, e,k -,.e - nex _ -_ - -en;;-m-,z... -,,. -:,, ; ~ - ~j,,, &.~...~, erse 'a _u- e - 3. Bernsten n r:oa numer ' Sj. ~~~~~~~ts~- C 5 League PSK- 12 Stud Hse - 6 PKT TX - 2 *AEP - 6 Sloan 2-6 *by yardage n ovt perod C 6 League Bex - 18 FJ'C'-7 SAE'C'-- 22 Mac D-7 Sloan- 41 Mac H-0 C7 League Mac'A' -7 Mac'C'-2 SN - 13 CP- 6 Economcs - 38 Dke - 7 Let t be known that the Walker Student Staff has hereby challenged the Student Center Student Staff (Slobdell and Twenty Sewers) to a volleyball match. The match, consstng of the best of fve games, wll be played on Sunday, October 14 at 2:00 p m n the gym at Walker. vard 80, Frankln Pexce 84, Trnty 99, Mane/Orono 109, Mane/Portland 121, New Hampshre 135, and Babson 154. The freshman team placed ffth of ten schools n a dnghy nvtatonal at Harvard on Sunday. Dave Fsh, wth Kerry Emanuel, and Bll Crtch, salng wth Peter K, represented MT n A-Dvson, whle Steve Ryan and Jm Beberle competed n B. The squads have a full schedule on tap for ths weekend, as the men's varsty wll compete n the New England Sloop Champonshp Elmnaton at Coast Guard, the Lane Trophy Regatta at Tufts, and an nvtatonal at Stonehll tomorrow, wth the Jack Wood Trophy at Harvard and an nvtatonal at MT slated for Sunday. The womten's varsty wll sal at Stonehll tomorrow, and at Connectcut College n New London on Sunday. Also on Sunday, the freshman squad wll travel to Dartmouth for a dnghy nvtatonal there. /PoA?~ MT's varsty golf team walked over St. Anselm's College, 5-2, and Plymouth State College, 5-1, n a trangular meet last Wednesday to open the MT fall campagn on a wnnng note. Medalst was MT sophomore Pete Wolczansk wth a 79, ncludng an eagle 3 on Crystal Sprng's par 5 18th. MT's frst four men - captan Gordon Deen '75 wth an 80, Wolczansk, Jm Harrson '74, wth an 82, and freshman Leo Bonnell wth an 87 easly won both ther St. Anselm's and Plymouth State mnatches. Deen dropped a 40-foot putt for a brde 4 on the fnshng hole to wn hs St. Anselm's match by one. Freshman Dave McCartney wth an 86 won hs Plymouth State match, but lost 1-Down to St. Anselm's whle Gregg Turner '74 won from St. Anselm's and lost to Plymouth State. Bob Nlssen '76 fred an 85 as MT's seventh man, but lost to St. Anselmn's No. 7 whose 81 was the day's low score for hs team. F L " R "Foam Rubber s Our Busness" , Shelley Bernsten '74, captan of the wornen's salng team, who placed second ths past weekend n the Womnen's Sngle-handed Champonshps. Ph1otos by Davd Tenebaum Mass. automoble nsurance can get a lttle complcated. And f you're under 25, t can get expensve. We'll smplfy thngs. And we'll help you keep your premums as low as possble. 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