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1 c 7.11 Ae ''401.,. MT Contnuous News Servce t a >1hCambrdge Snce~~~~~~~ Massachusetts p Volume 107, Number 38 4-U Frday, October 2, 1987 Three dorrms condomn By Nraj S. D~esa The Housng Offce wll nstall condom vendng machnes n Ashdown House, East Campus and 500 Memoral Drve one Oct. 15. Each of the houses wll receve two machnes, accordng to Robert W. Hagerty, operatons manager of the Housng Offce. The three dormtsores were selected as test cases for nstallaton of the machnes. f no~ problems arse and demand s hgh, the rest of the dormtores wll also receve machnes, Hagerty sad. The testng perod wll be,,, _,.,, "... Add Date postponed Add Date for ths term has been postponed exactly one week to Frday, Oct. 16, accordng to MT Regstrar Davd S.X Wley '61. "The change accounts for the unusual academc calendar ths year, and keeps the number of class days between Regstraton Day and Add Date about the same (fve weeks) as n other yrears,' Wley stated. Add Date s the last date to add subjects to a program and the last day for junors and senors to change an electve to or from Pass/Fal gradng. _- -ul---1-r -- UdA plans to By Chrstna u The Undergraduate Assocaton s plannng to operate a convenence store on the ffth floor of the Student Center whle the buldng s uender renovaton. The store s almost certan to be stocked wth merchandse from the Harvard Cooperatve Socety and s tentatvely set to open n md-october,, accordng to UA Presdent Manuel Ro6drguez '89. The UA Councl voted Wednesday nght to endorse the dea of a UA store wth detals to be worked out later. There. was also consderable debate about the relatonshp whch would exst between the store and the Coosp. The Coop s to provde the store wth merchandse at the wholesale cost the Coop ncurs. The UA wll then sell everythng at the same retal prce as the CooP. UAC: Representatve sa B. Russell '88, who also manages the Student Center Commttee's coffeehouse, noted that t-he Coop's prces were 'outrageous," and suggested that other suppl- to get O rnac nes anywhere from two weeks to two months.. Most of the frst sx machnes wll be located n publc bathrooms at the three dormtores. East Campus plans to put one of ts two n the laundry, room; the other wll be n the bathroom n Talbot 'ounlge, near the East Campus desk. The dormtory government beleved students gong nto a laundry room to buy condoms would be less conspcuous than those gong nto a bathlroom near the front entrance, accordng to East Campus Presdent esle A. Whtman '88. Concern over the spread of Acqured mmune Defcency Syndrome s one of the prmary motvatons behnd the acton, whch was frst proposed at the end of last term. "t s qute clear that there are compellng reasons for makng safe-sex educaton and condoms avalable," Medcal Drector Arnold N. Wenberg sad last term, when the acton was frst proposed. At least three members of the MT communty have ded of AD:S. There are most certanly others, accordng to Wenberg. Under present plans, the machnes wll dspense only condoms. When the dea of acqurng such machnes was frst proposed, t was suggested that other over-the-counlter health (Please turn to page 6) ers be consdered UA Vce Presdent Alan Davdson sad that the UA wll not be "bound' to the Coop. 'Nothng wll stop us from buyng from elsewhere next term,' Rodrguez sad. The UA does not have the startng captal to rsk buyng from elsewhere at present, he sad. Because the Coop s provdng the UA wth merchandse on consgnment, goods that do not sell can be returrned to the, Coop wthout handlnlg charges. Therefore, there s no rsk nvolved for the UA, Rodrguez sad. "We wll never get a deal lke ths from any other supplers." Rodrguez added that the UX wll not go behnd the Coop's back and buy merchandse from elsewhere wthout tellng the Coop. He characterzed the relatonshp as a 'gentleman's agreemenlt.' Rodrguez sad that sellng at Coop prces s sensble because the UA wll receve merchandse that s already marked wth Cosop prces. Sellng at those prces Akbar Merchant/The Tech Manuel R~odrgulez 8 {S second from left) presdes over the tja Councl meetng on Wednesday nght. Campus Polce Chef James Olver wll retre n December. wn By Mary Condello MT has ntated a search for a new chef of Campus Polce who wll take over the department after Chef James Olver retres on Dec. 1 ths year. The frst step n the search process, whch s beng conducted by Senor Vce Presdent Wllam R. Dckson '56, s to determne -whether- the replacement wll ) run c:onven-ence store "1wl save a lot of tme and make thngs easer for those nvolved n runnng the store, whch s a bg commtment already, " he explaned. Rodrguez sad that UA offcers had been consderng the dea oaf openng up a store to serve the students as a strctly break-even operaton. James A. Argeros, presdent of the Coop, "contacted the UA frst wth a plan to have the Coop help the UA wth the operaton of a new convenence store," Rodrguez sad. Argeros and Drector of Housnlg and Food Servces H. Eugene Brammer worked- out a plan to "make t possble" for the US to have a convenence store, Rodrguez sad. Davdson called the plan "an amazng deal whch just fell nto our laps.'- C~oop hopes for good publc relatons Rtodrgulez, a former member of the Board of Drectors at the Coop, sad that the Coop made such a favorable offer because t reflects good publc relatons. "Tbe Coop reazes that ther move to Kendall Square was unpopular. [Ths deal] doesn't cost them money.... and they know that [students) wll know they are dong us a favor." UAC Floor eader Vjay Vatheeswaran '90 agreed. " [The Coop) probably receved some negatve feedback on ther move to) Kendall. t's n ther best nterest to have the students thnky favorably of them by provdng a servce to the student body. After all, ths wll be a store whch s run by students for students.' Rodrguez also mentoned that the Coop would lke to open a store at the Student Center next year. Rodrguez sad he told Brammer that -the present deal (Please turn to page 2) Ray Powell seeks new polnce chef able to submt applcatons as well, Dcksonl sad. Camnpus Polce Offcer Ted ews asserted, "n order for the department to move forward, [the replacement] has to be an outsde person wth a polce publc relatons background." The department has a securty guard mage, ews sad. t needs -a progressve. chef who wll "organze the department and take t to a new level, " ews sad. He sad he would lke to see a better hrng and promoton polcy. But Dckson sad the general consensus among the 14 offcers he has so far ntervewed s that there are people n the department qualfed to become chef. Olver reflects "Campus law enforcement s an extremely mportant part of (Please turn to page 7) come from wthn the department or outsde MT, At least one offcer feels the replacement -must come from the outsde for the department to "move forward." Dckson s currently ntervewng members of the Campus Polce to "solct opnons' from them concernng the desrablty of promotng an nternal offcer as,. opposed to -hrng someone, from outsde the departznent. D~ckcson sad he wll decde by early October whether MT wll conduct an nternal or outsde search. "There are some very fne people n the Campus Polce organzaton,"' several of whom mght be worthy of promoton to chef, Dckson sad. f he decdes that t would be n the best nterest of the MT communty to look for a replacement outsde the department, nternal members would be Don eth lwll appont an assuovwate proovost of arts By Sally S. Vanrleanl MT plans to strengthen ts vsual arts program, hre more faculty n theater and dance, and create the new poston of Assocate Provost for the Arts,, among other changes recommended by an ad hoc faculty commttee. The Offce of the Provost wll mplement the changes, whch also nclude modfcatons n the means by whch artstc groups obtan fundng and studes of facltes for the performng arts, accordng to Provost John M. Deutch '61. Deutch apponted the Ad Hfoc Commttee to Revew the Arts at MT, composed solely of faculty, n September D~eutch sad he "'reluctantly agreed" to fnd an ndvdual for the new post of Assocate Provost for the Arts. Thle search should takce about a year, he added. The poston of assocate provost s near the top of the admnstraton; the provost s drectly under the presdent n all academc matters. The assocate provost wll be "concerned not only wth the health of the academc enterprse but also wth the galleres, art acquston, the Student Art Assocatonl- all matters pertnent to the presence of art n the communty, Deutth sad. Th~e ndvdual chosen wll be from outsde MT ard wll be a member of an academc department, devotng "half of hs/her tme on the dutes of the Assocate Provost for the Arts landl half of hs/her tme to the academc department," Deutch sad.y The faculty commttee, chared by Professor of Economcs Paul v. Joskow, also recommended that MT strengthen ts Vsual Arts prograrn n the Department of Archtecture, Deutch contnued. Thle recommendaton stated that the department be responsble for plannng ths revtalzaton and for hrng new faculty. The program has provded dmanly years of excellence n the Department of Archtecture n the area of the tradtonal vsual (Please turn to page 2) Tech fle photo John M. Deutch '{t

2 1- _~ PAGE 2 The Tech FRDAY, OCTOBER 2, Dana Cancarulo '88 braces herself from Colby takes a swng durng -game. M\T lost, 1-0. _ P ls -----T ---- JA to open store n (Contnued from page 1) should not affect the decson as to what s n the Student Center next year. The exact detals of the project wll be dscussed at the next UA Councl meetng on Oct, 14. The store wll carry mostly staltonery and'nsgna at frst, accordng to the drafted plan. The store wg only be open for one year whle the Student Center renovatons co~ntnule and ts hours of operaton wll be amn to 4 pm Monday through Frday. Even though the store wll be stocked wth merchandse from the Coo:p, purchases may not be made wth a Coop charge card, nor wll Coop rebates or Coop coupons be vald. Only cash transactons wll be accepted. Rodrguez asserted that although profts from the store wll go the Fnance Board for allocatcsn to student actvtes, the prmary objectve of the store s to provde a servce to students. Store wll provde goods convenently Rodrguez noted that snce the Coop moved to Kendall Square last term and untl the Student Center can house vendors next yea, students have no nearby place to buy essental tems. 't s nconvenent for students to go to Kendall Square or Cenltral Square just to pck up essentals lke pens, pencls, or paper when they run out,"t Rodrguez sad. "Also, vstors to MT who only want to buy an MT sweatshrt or other nsgna fnd the trp of-apus nconvcenet as well." MT wll provde the UA wth a loan of around 5000 to use as startng captal for nventores, Rodrguez sad. n addton, the Housng and Food Servces Offce s provrdng a rent-free room on stngs Student actvtes, admnstratve offces, academc departments and other groups -both on and off the MT campus - can lst meetngs, actvtes, and other announcements n The Tech's "4Notes"' secton. Send tems of nterest (typed and double spaced) va nsttulte mal to "News Notes, The Tech, room W20-483," or va US mal to 'News Notes, Th Tech, PO Box 29, MT Branch, Cambrdge, MA " Notes run on a space-avalable bass only; prorty s gven to offcal nosttute announcements and MT student actvtes. The Tech reseve the rght to edt all lstngs, and mnakes no endorsement of groups or actvtes lsted. -U " The manager wll be the one whlo handles all the money con-. ng through the store, perhaps around $300,000 n revenue," Rodrguez sad. "Therefore, the manager had to be someone whom we all could trust. Ths meant that t had to be ether someone ll UA or a close frend. However, everyone n the 13A already has ther own projects that can't take them away from. So, suggested Jose because know hm and trust hm completely.' The UA s stll lookng for people who wll act as assstant managers and cashers. Although the manager's poston wll be unsalared, pay for the other postons has not yet been decded, Gonzalez sad R T plans to bolster alfts program ~~M "C-M--. -B - ~~~(Contnued from page 1) of Musc, Theater Arts and art,' Deutch noted. Dance and that addtonal re- - ~~Deustch named three grounds1s sources be provded to ths secfor revtalzaton of the Vsuall ton to allow the hrng of add- Arts program. Frst, 'th~ere s;a tonaal faculty n the theater and _ ~~great nterest among undergradh~~~ates n dong art," he sad. Sec- :-Ths recommendaton has al- 1-dance felds, D~eutch sad. c ~~ondly, "the structure of the Vsual Arts program ss ng to Deutchl. Dramashop, -ready been mplemented, accord- complementary to the Depart-ment of Archtecture and mpor-- speare Ensemble are now funded D:ance W~orkcshop and the Shake- ^ $ ~tant to ther ntellectual nter- ^- by the School of Humrantes and = > ~~ests." Socal Scences, he sad., Fnally, 'strengthenng of thee The commttee also recom- > E ~arts at MTF s consstent wth the W, ~current communty-wde nterest n broadenng the undergraduate educatonal experence at MT,` Deutch sad. n the area of performng arts, _r s ; b.,; 2oJ _e, Joyce Ma/Tlhe Tech the commttee recommended thal as her opp~onent theater and dance be combned last Saturrday's wth the musc secton n the School of Humantes and Soca - _ C, ~Scence to form a larger sector St'udenftt Center the ffth floor of the Student Center as well as a cash regster. f the store proves to be proftable, whatever s generated from the store wll frst go towards payng off the loan from the nsttute. Addtonal profts wll go to FnBoard. Ths may succeed n relevng the stran on the student actvtes' budget whch s severely strapped ths term, Rodrguez sad. Headng the staff of the store wll be student manager Jose Gonzalez ' 89, who was ntervewed and apponted by Davdson and Vatheeswaran. Gonzalez had to be carefullyf selected for ths key poston because of the nature of the work nvolved, Rtodrguez sad..et's WORK TOGETHER TO PROTECT >X>THEUNBORN AND THE ^ ~~~NEWBORN { * W0RRY* W0RRY *WORRY *WORRY* W0RRY* "'STRESS STRATEGES," Managng the Stress of Student fe There's stl tme to pult oar STRESS STRATEGES to work for you, Desgned especally for FRESBHMEN and sponsored by the MT Medcal Department, "Managng the Stress of Student fe" s a two hour workshop flled wth practcal deas that can help you to maxmze your abltes to meet the physcal, mental, and socal demands oxf your new lfe at MT. WHEN? October 8, 10 - noon OR October 30, 2-4 p.m. COST? NONE:! WHY? Because we lke you. SPACE S M~TED! CA to tell us whch seson you plan to attend. THN ABOUT T: NOW THA YOU'VE BECEN HERE FOR A FEW WEEKS, DON'T YOU THVN THA SOME NEW STRtESS STRATEGESS COUD HEP? CA T6XEDAY language valuabhle! UUeft $yst, kms. Combrke, MA Transltons nto your natve Ben ua are rnzde fo 1wtra lterature. You wll be w1 pad to prepare Offo gal mo onan occsna basls.!a M_ a we-1 made acordng to your o tchca knowlede. We am cwme soekwn bwnslators for., O " ' feo m on translatons from German ax Rww. Mlany other languages also For&n lanuage typsts also needed. sths casb goe o ngustc Sysems, nc. s New England's largest translaton agency, located a block not of the Central Sq. subw Katzo -""on am and nad test _ e PW-. ~~~~transl~eon cal Mr e- C-T C--e --9 -C --- sette W. ambregts,'the Tech Bran Brown '89, MT's #2 tenns player, gets set for a two-handed backhand n Wednesday's match vs. Cla2rk. MT domnated, wnnng 9-0:..W - "WHO: WHAT: _ Tketw be rqred for a~ ~a erv. bdof conl Pc up Chmpfdf n 1ab 10 an OCetober or n HMW Sepol 28 -October 1. Noneudmm Moenomal Drve. The M~T Chapel nnow the awm def mended that a new buldng be desgnated solely for the performng arts. t s not possble to accept that recommendaton now, Deutch sad. nstead, Deutch has nstructed the Plannng Offce, under the leadershp of the Dean of the School of Humantes and Socal Scences, to do a systematc survey of space that mght be avalable for the performng arts and to dentfy sources of funds for the renovaton of these spaces. Mary Walker Assstant Secretary for Envronmrent, Safety, a Health Ur.S. Department of E~nergy Qualtes of eadershp Q & A to follow WHEN: Frday, October 2 7:30 pm WHERE: Marlar -ounge Rm Sponsored by Campus Crusade for Chrst YOM1 KPP UR SERVYCES =FORK (Ashuaffowndoe Hso-s, Dn &oom}, Ave end Aftem A pbeft ranu wll be served n the Kosehr Ktchen (Waler Hallom a on Fl~y, October 2 at 4:00 pm. The cots $7.50. Psymnnst can be mad wt vae or cah. A comuntyr break fast wll be hold n the shdmm Howe Huflda Rom fo pw~pts of au1 srce. S&0S:Dw a vt ~ ~ 1 A MRoM df Da" sm Y ftdwa, EADERSHP October 2, 8:00 pm heuwy, October 3, 10:00 ama 4:30 pm CONSERtVA"V (XT ChapW) FEday, Octobr 2, 5:30 pm SatudWy October 3, 3 Mam & am3 pra -nn W. F. K F. r

3 fj'~ ~ ~ S~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ r`---lsb~q~~c~-~ P~~ p- -,~--~a~-~~ ~dl~ e ~ M FRDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1987 The Tech PAGE 3 M ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ a w A 0 1) E~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1 Sovets test: long-range mssles The Pentagon sad that the Sovet Unon has conducted two tests ths week of a new long-range ballstc mssle, frng them a target 500 mles north of Hawa. The Reagan Admnstraton s concerned aboult the tests, because never before have the Sovets fred so close to Unted States terrtory. The tests dd not apparently volate nternatonal law. Judge says Seabrook evacuaton plans are msugnderstoond The judge who wll hear days oyf testmony on New Hampshre's evacuaton plans for the Seabrookc nuclear plant says hs reasons for excludng publc testmony are msunderstood. vanl Smth, charman of the Atomc Safety and censng Board, says the publc testfed about the plans n several towns for three days n August 1983 and agan for three days n September n a memorandum wrtten last week, Smth says even though publc comment has been largely the same, t's stll mportant because t shows how broad people's concerns about the plant are. EBut Smth says people should submt wrtten testmony because the board s commtted tos revewng all that comes n. ocal offcals fromn the communtes wthn Seabrook's ten-mle zone may testfy. The restrctons have angered many ant-seabrook actvsts. At a news conference today, Republcans aganst Seabrook Staton sad they would wear black armbands to the hearngs that begn next week. Senators seek delay of decson on search for waste dump New Hampshre's two US senators have asked the US Energy Secretary to put off a decson today about whether to resume a search for a second hgh-level waste dump. n a letter to John Herrngton, Warren Rudman and Gordon Humphrey sad the Energy Department should let Congress contnue workng on measures that would redrect the country's energy polcy. The two Republcans say the House has passed legslaton that would contnue suspendng the search for a second ste n the east. The Senate verson would rescnd authorty to buld a second durnp. The senators also say that revsed fgures show the cost of fndng and studyng a potental ste went from a projected $240 mllon dollars n 1981 to $5.8 bllon now. They say that techncally and fnancally, the search for a second ste should not be resumed. New Hampshre and Mane have areas that were chosen for possble waste dumps. Ware sued for $3 mnllon The town of Ware s beng sued for $3 mllon by a woman who clams a polce offcer made sexual advances at her. Nneteen-year-old Mareflenl arzazs clams that on M~ay 31st Patrolman Harry Grout made sexual advances at her whle she was swmnmng nude n Snow's pond. ~arzazs clams he refused to toss her any of her clothng unless she agreed to: perform sexual acts. The 20 year old veteran has sad he told her f she wanted her clothes she would have to come out and get them. Rubes' By egh Ru~bn UAW to confront GAM The Unted Auto Workers unon s turnng ts attenton to General Motors. Ford's membershp approved a contract Wednesday, and a UAW spokesman expected talks wth G;M to heat up. The unon wants GM to accept a verson of the Ford deal, whch gves greater job securty. As for the chance there wll be no deal, the spokesman sad unon leaders wll soon set a strke deadlne. ndustry analysts thnk there may be a strke because GM, whch s more dverse than Ford, wll fnd t hard to commt to preserve jobs. Robertson declares canddacy Relgous broadcaster Pat Robertson went to New York's Bedford-Stuyvesant secton yesterday to declare hs canddacy for Presdent. Chants of 'go home" were mxed wth the cheers. Robertson chose hs former home as a mnster n the low-ncome area as a backdrop for hs announcement speech. Several hundred of hs supporters cheered hs pro-fanly theme -as well as hs announcement for the Republcan nomnaton. But boong protesters stood on the edges of the crowd. Three dead n Calforna quakes Most of the damage s sad to be around the epcenter of the strong earthquake and'aftershocks httng southern Calforna yesterday. At least 100 people were njured; three are dead. The US geologcal survey sad the quake measured a 6.1 one the Rchter Scale. t was centered 15 mles south of Pasadenla along the Whtter Elsnore fault. os Angeles offcals sad that there were two deaths wthn that cty alone. One woman was klled as a wall collapsed. A 60-year-old man ded of a heart attack spurred by the quake. A polce spokesman sad there had been fve arrests for lootng n an area of the cty where wndows were shattered. Cardnals clnch dvson The St. ous Cardnals were not expected to be a contender n the Natonal eague East, but they took the dvsonl lead n late May and stayed there to clnch the ttle last nght wth an 8-2 vctory over Montreal. A.284 team battng average and nearly sx runs a game bult a nne-game lead at the All-Star break. That lead slpped to one and a half games n the second half of the season, but tmely herocs and superb defense prevented ether the New York Mets or Montreal Expos from catchng them. Second-baseman Tommy Herr, All-Star shortstop Ozze Smth and thrd-baseman Terry Pendleton are the rocks the defense s bult on.- Basketball players seek free agency Natonal Basketball Assocatonl players have taken the league to Federtal Court, seekng to gan free agency. n a class-acton sut fled n Newark, New Jersey, the players alleged that the league volates anttrust law regardng the co'llege draft, the rght of frst refusal and the saar cap. Plantffs n the case nclude NBA Player's Assocaton Presdent Junor Brdgeman of the Mlwaukee Bucks, San Antono Spurs draftee Davd Robnson and former New York Knckc Rory Sparrow. The players and NB3A management have made no progress toward a collectve barganng agreement replacng the one that expred Julne 15. Free Agency s the major pont of contenton. Under the rght of frst refusal, a club has the rght to match a salary offer for a- player whose contract has run out. The salary cap lmts the team's annual payroll. Twce before, the players fled suts hopng to settle dsputes. The Oscar Robertson case led to the NBA absorbng four clubs from the-old Amercan Basketball eague n 1976, and a 1982 sut prevented the salary cap, whch was later negotated nto a collectve barganng agreement. Redbrds wn dvson ttle t's the thrd dvson ttle n sx years for the Redbrds. Danny Cox threw a fve-htter to get the vctory n front of nearly 49,000 fans. The crown ncluded members of the New York Mets, who are n St. ous to play a threegame seres ths weekend. Dan Dressen drove n three runs wth two hts-for the Cards. He broke a -all te wth a two-rurr' double n'the fourth, then added a sacrfce fly when the Cards broke open the game wth fve runs n the seventh. Key Republcan opposses Borkc Sen. Arlen Specter (RHEA) has decded to oppose the confrmaton of Supreme Court Nomnee Robert Bork. Specter was a key undecded mrember of the Senate Judcary Commttee. He faled to appear for a meetng between commttee Republcans and Whte Houlse Chef of Staff Howard Baker yesterday. S~pecter sad he has to vote aganst Bork because of what Specter calls 'substantal doubt as to bow he would apply fundamental prncples of consttutonal law.' Earler yesterday, three southern Democratc Senators - J Bennett Johnson of ousana, Davd Pryor of Arkansas and Terry Sanford of of North Carolna -announced ther opposton. Johnston sad that Bork has a brllant legal mnd, but "msses the sprt of human rghts n the Consttuton.' Johnston, who descrbes hmself as very conservatve, sad Bork's defeat n the Senate n nevtable. Presdent Ronald Reagan was on the phone yesterday, drummng up Senate support for hs nomnee. He also met wth rankng Senate Republcans. Dole sad Reagan s "workng hard" to get Bork confrmed. Dukakcs campagn offcals mplcated n Bden tapes Governor Mchael Dukaks' campagn manager John Sasso resgned Wednesday after D~ukaks acknowledged that Sasso had provded the vdeotapes that led to Senator Joseph Bderr's wthdrawal from the feld of Democratc canddates. Dukaks sad that Sasso had told hm that he was responsble for dstrbutng copes of the tape. The tape compared a Bden speech wth one gven by Brtsh abor Party leader Nel Knnock. Bden dd not credt Knnock for the vews he expressed n hs speech. Paul Tully, the campagn's natonal poltcal drector, also resgned Wednesday. Tully had known that Sasso had dstrbuted the tapes. Dukaks revealed yesterday that a thrd staffer -Feld Drector Jackc Corrgan - also knew about the vdeotape. Dukaks sad Corrgan's actons were wrong, but not bad enough to call for a dsmnssal. Malone sgns wth Utah Jazz n the Noftbnal Basketball Assocaton, Karl Malone sgned a sx-year, $6S mllon contract wth the Utah Jazz yesterday. The former ousana Tech star has averaged more than 18 ponts a gane n hs two seasons n Salt ake Cty. Dorsett crosses pcket lnee Runnnlg back Tony Dorsett reported to the Dallas Cowboys yesterday, makng t close to 50 Natonal Football eague players who have crossed pcket lnes snce the strke began 10 days ago. Upshoaw clams NF owners tryng to dvde whte and black players The executve drector of the NF Players Assocaton says league owners are tryng to splt strkng players along racal lnes. Speakng at a news conference n Wa~shngton today, Gene U~pshaw noted, 'When all else fals, that's the next avenue [the owners] wll take to try to dvde [the unon] along the lnes of black and whte." Bogged down talks between NF management and labor broke off late last week, wth no plans for a return to the barganng table. When pressed on hs racal observatons, Upshaw declned to elaborate and backed off slghtly, sayng he's "begnnng to see sgns that pont n that drecton.>' Upshaw also reterated the owners' refusal to comnpromse on free agency and sad fans could look forward to "peaceful demonstratons" by strkng players at NF stadums ths Sunday. r- - F Octobrr 'The last n a seres of Canadan storms wll drop nto the Upper Mdwest n the next 24 hours. Ths storm wll usher n some of the coldest weather experenced so far ths season Saturday nght nto Sunday. The mountans of New England may even get a few snow squalls as the cold ar molsves n. Frday:. Becomng cloudy. Hgh F Frday mght: Clouldy and breezy wth a few -showers. ow 56 F 3Satrday: Varably, cloudy wth a few showers possble. Temperatures fallng durng the.afternoon. Wnds ncreasng from the northwest up to 25 knots. Hgh OF. Clearng and cold Saturday nght. Sunday: Mostly sunny and chlly. Hgh F MWonday.- Warmng up F Foeast by Mhe C. Morga Compled by Earl C. Yeen and Akbar Merchant 4'r--V _-

4 _ PAGE 4 The Tech FRDAY, OCTOBER 2, M-M t Z7 opno n k X 5 k E k k t k F r 111, Volume 107, Number 38 Frday, October 2, 1987 Publsher... Mchael J. Garrson '88 Edtor n Chef... Earl C. Yen '88 Busness Manager... Mark Kantrowtz '89 Managng Edtor... Ben Z. Stanger '88 Producton Manager... Ezra Pesach '89 News Edtors... Mathews M. Cheran '83 Andrew. Fsh '89 Akbar A. Merchant '89 Nght Edtors... Davd B. Plass '90 Mark D. Vrtue '90 Arts Edtors... Peter E. Dunn G Jonathan Rchmond G Photography Edtors... Davd M. Watson '88 Kyle G. Peltonen '89 Advertsng Manager... Halvard K. Brkeland '89 Contrbutng Edtors... V. Mchael Bove G Julan West G NEWS STAFF Assocate News Edtors: Darrel Tarasewcz '89, Robert Adams '90, Nraj Desa '90; Senor Wrters: Katherne T. Schwarz '86, Anuradha Vedantham '89; Staff: Harold A. Stern '87, Joel H. Fredman '88, Salman Akhtar '89, Derek T. Chou '89, Mary Condello '89, Jeffrey C. Gealow '89, Marca Smth '89, Sally Vaneran '89, Anh Thu Vo '89, Ahmed Byaban '90, Erc. Chang '90, Chrstopher P. Colby '90, Sarta Gandh '90, Mchael Gojer '90, Vance S. Hampleman '90, Anta Hsung '90, Ja Young Km '90, rene Kuo '90, Pryamvada Natarajan '90, Kenyon D. Potter '90, Robert E. Potter 11 '90, Paula Maute; Meteorologsts: Robert X. Black G, Chrstopher A. Davs G, Mchael C. Morgan '88. OPNON STAFF Thomas T. Huang G, Kevn J. Saeger G, Sharalee M. Feld '89. CARTOONSTS Kevn J. Bums '79, Shannon T. Zachow '88. ARTS STAFF Mchel Bos G, Barbara A. Mas G, Joseph. Shpman '82, Jule Chang '89. PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Rch R. Fletcher '88, Tom Coppeto '89, Marc B. tzkowtz '89, Vctor au '89, Salma. Saeed '89, Zev Waldman '89, saac. Chuang '90, Ken Church '90, sette W. ambregts '90, Mke Nles '90, Alce P. e; Darkroom Manager: Mark D. Vrtue '90. BUSNESS STAFF Advertsng Accounts Manager: Shar. Jackson '88; Staff: Franne Smth '90, Geneveve C. Sparagna '90. PRODUCTON STAFF lly Kng '89, Erc Brodsky '90, Mare E. V. Coppola '90, Jeeyoon rm '90, Danel Pesach '90, Stacy A. Segal '90, Ajay G. Advan '91, Scott R. keda '91; TEN Drector: Halvard K. Brkeland '89. PRODUCTON STAFF FOR THS SSUE Nght Edtor:... Mark Kantrowtz '89 Assocate Mght Edtors:... Mare E. V. Coppola '90 Mark D. Vrtue '90 Staff: Peter E. Dunn G, Ben Z. Stanger '88, Ezra Pesach '89, Jabn T. Bell '91. The Tech (SSN } s publshed Tuesdays and Frdays durng the academc year (except durng MT vacatons), Wednesdays durng January, and monthly durng the summer for $14.00 per year Thrd Class by The Tech, 84 Massachusetts Ave. Room W20-483, Cambrdge, MA Thrd Class postage pad at Boston, MA. Non-Proft Org. Permt No POSTMASTER: Please send all address changes to our malng address: The Tech, PO Box 29, MT Branch, Cambrdge, MA TeUephone: (617) Adverdsrt, subscrpton, and typesettng rates avdable. Entre contents 1987 The Tech. The Tech s a member of the Assocated Press. Prnted by Charles Rver Publshng, nc. Mssle treaty would hurt NATO, US To the Edtor: n hs column ["Germans need nuclear sheld," Sept. 29], K. J. Saeger G makes several questonable assumptons and omssons. Frst, he beleves NATO must a- cheve a conventonal force strength roughly equal to that of the Warsaw Pact f t s to deter an attack by conventonal means alone. As recall, t takes many more men and materals to successfully wage an attack than to successfully deter one. Second, he mples that ntermedate range nuclear mssles were statoned n West Germany to lberate us from a "decson... whether to concede the terrtory or cauterze t" n the event of a Sovet attack. f ths s true, precsely how do the ntermedate range mssles alter ths pcture? To the Edtor: On Tuesday, Sept. 29, a group of about 20 protesters marched to Buldng 20 to protest US nvolvement. n Central Amerca. They stomped up and down the halls and chanted a varety of slogans ncludng ant-rotc ones. Whle respect ther rght to free speech, am very upset that they dsrupted my class. was even more dsturbed to hear that they felt they had a rght to nterrupt my class because t was a ROTC class and they dsagreed wth what was beng taught. Contrary to the protesters' voced opnons, the Reserve Offcer Tranng Corps s not a poltcal organzaton. ROTC merely trans cadets to become future offcers n the armed forces of the Unted States. f the protesters were tryng to nfluence US foregn polcy, suggest that they wrte to the congressmen who represent them and formulate that polcy. On the other hand, f the protesters were tryng to nfluence cadets nto beng conscentous objectors, they would be more effectve f they presented ther vews ratonally rather than hecklng the cadets as they go about ther day. More serously,.just as would not try to dssuade a student from jonng any actvty such as the Commttee on Central Amerca or Gays at MT, would ex- gardless of the presence of the ntermedate range weapons. astly, the deployment of ntermedate range nuclear forces was largely a tt-for-tat response to Sovet deployment of heavy mssles amed at Europe, such as the SS-20. Saeger's argument gnores ths. pect others to respect my ndvdual decson-makng process. am dstressed by the protesters' lack of respect for my rghts. By dsruptng my class, they nfrnged on my rght to a choce of educaton. How would you feel f some protesters marched nto your class because they dsagreed wth To the Edtor: would lke to dscuss an ageold ssue and perhaps, n some fashon, to address ponts rased by Thomas T. Huang G n hs column ["The educaton of a young black man," Sept. 15]. Racsm s very much alve n the Unted States of Amerca, havng evolved to best survve n a new age. The last evoluton to date occurred shortly after the death of Martn uther Kng Jr., who had led blacks of ths country n a struggle for equalty wth whtes. Ths evoluton to a subtle and quet form left the foes of racsm battlng a new type of oppresson wth weapons desgned to fght the now obsolete form of yesteryear. The racsm of today uses correctve legslaton of the prevous era to boost the already formda- s-, rr-u , Edtorals, marked as such and prnted n a dstnctve format, are the offcal opnon of The Tech. They are wrtten by the edtoral board, whch conssts of the publsher, edtor n chef, managng edtor, news edtors and opnon edtors. Dssents, marked as such and prnted n a dstnctve format, are the opnons of the undersgned members of the edtoral board choosng to publsh ther dsagreerhent wth the edtoral. Columns and edtoral cartoons are wrtten by ndvduals and represent the opnon of the author, not necessarly that of the newspaper. etters to the Edtor are welcome. They must be typed double spaced and addressed to The Tech, PO Box 29, MT Branch, Cambrdge MA 02139, or by nterdepartmental mal to Room W etters and cartoons must bear the authors' sgnatures, addresses, and phone numbers. Unsgned letters wll not be accepted. No letter or cartoon wll be prnted anonymously wthout express pror approval of The Tech. The Tech reserves the rght to edt or condense letters. Shorter letters wll be gven hgher prorty. We regret we cannot publsh all of the letters we receve.,, ---- Ca-- = -, ---- p,,~ - -r,, ru b ~ Our Pershng 2 mssles are accurate enough to threaten decaptaton of Sovet command-andcontrol centers wthn fve mnutes of launch. The proposed NF treaty would prevent deployment of such destablzng weapons. Stephen J. Fromm G Alumn Assocaton can solct solely for M T Saeger also seems to gnore the fact that many of our battlefeld nuclear weapons are placed so close to the East German fronter that n the frst hours of a communst attack they wll ether be used or quckly overrun. Snce current NATO polcy dctates the former, parts of West German terrtory wll by "cauterzed" by the shorter-range weapons, reledtor's note: The Tech receved a copy of ths letter addressed to Davd Slesnger '72.] Dear Mr. Slesnger: On behalf of the Alumn Assocaton, am wrtng you to take ssue wth your letter ["Alumn offce should release lst," Sept. 11]. take serous excepton to the charge that we are not assertng the Alumn Assocaton's ndependence. Our very ndependence s what you object to. We do respect the wshes of an offcal alumn group lke the Class of Yet we are constraned by charter and vote of the Board of Drectors, whch n ths case supports the decson of the Executve Commttee of the Corporaton to solct only for those purposes whch MT and ts nvestment Commttee choose to make MT nvestments. n any number of stuatons, the MT Alumn Assocaton has and contnues to pressure MT. Clearly, as ponted out n my letter to Class Presdent Bonny Kellermann '72, t s not only approprate but responsble and necessary for the class to hear of the vote of the Executve Commttee. Solctng for the Endowment for Dvestture s an entrely dfferent matter. would welcome the opportunty to dscuss ths matter faceto-face. We wll certanly share my letter to Bonny and your letter wth the Board of Drectors. Wllam J. Hecht '61 Protesters were dsruptve and rude what was beng taught? Perhaps f these people made ratonal arguments rather.than behavng chldshly, more people would pay attenton to them. Meanwhle, wll merely dsmss them as troublemakers and selfpromotng agtators. Sherman S. M. Huang '89 Affrmatve acton s no soluton to racsm ble arsenal of psychologcal, socal, and economc tools formulated to sustan t n ts present state. The guse s smple, yet clever. Through the use of a network of carefully patterned socal and economc condtons, the mental forttude of mnorty peoples s systematcally undermned. The key questons then rather pontedly present themselves to mnorty peoples: Now that racal dscrmnaton s llegal and affrmatve acton programs exst, why do you contnue to blame racsm for your troubles? Why do you persst n separatng yourselves and yet expect total socal and economc equalty? These questons are well drected and seem well-founded. After all, affrmatve acton s a form of dscrmnaton. Besdes, was not the concept of "separate but equal" a hotly debated pont n whch blacks argued that segregaton by whtes on these grounds furthered racst oppresson? n fact, hstory records a successful black argument opposng segregaton on the proven bass that separaton was a tool of racst oppressors. So t seems that mnorty peoples are subvertng ther very own attempts to acheve equalty. But s ths really the stuaton? would venture to say yes. Mnorty peoples, n ther efforts to further the apprecaton by ther own peoples of ther racal and ethnc denttes, have fallen nto a dangerous trap. t now seems to the majorty that (Please turn to page 5) m F E Em! b jj s F7 k E 5:F. r

5 ~W~Bdae~dP~ae~bs--ledsa~~r~ lsaa~~$~ 0~ T ~~~~-" Assmlaton would be a wse step (Contnued from page 4) mnorty peoples, for the most part, do not wsh to ntegrate, fearng the loss of racal and ethnc dentty. So ths seems ronc to them snce these very same mnorty peoples would protest vehemently f the whte majorty chose the dentcal course.of acton for the selfsame reason. Clngng to affrmatve acton promotes the argument aganst mnorty peoples: that they are not wllng to stand on equal terms wth the majorty, makng the ssue of color rrelevant n socal and economc realms. Realstcally, however, whether ths argument s true or false s of no mportance. The general majorty's belef concernng ths ssue s that whch s mportant. t s at ths pont that must dsagree wth Tech columnst Huang. Hs ntent may be noble, but hs countermeasures to racsm are, at best, outdated. Hgher educaton cannot, as he proposes, have more than a mnor role n battlng racsm. Programs such as Project nterphase and lvng groups such as Chocolate Cty are not to be desred. Gven the present form of racal oppresson, assmlaton nto the majorty would be a wse move for mnorty peoples. Huang s correct n sayng that the whte man dd stack the cards to start out wth. But he s wrong n supportng affrmatve acton programs as a soluton. Such programs only serve as ndcators of the ntensty of the problem. Affrmatve acton at ths level V of educaton can never hope to do more than gve a few persons opportunty for advancement. Proper educatonal foundaton at elementary and prmary levels would, n a generaton, completely elmnate the need for such undesrable programs at the college level. Ths would change negatve perceptons of mnorty peoples now held by the general majorty n relaton to ths matter, and gve mnorty peoples good reason for hgh self-esteem. A chan reacton would be set off, affectng economc crcles n very much the same way. Dversty s to be treasured, but only when t furthers understandng and apprecaton. n the case of a naton, dogged pursut of racal or cultural dentty s destructve. Such dstnct cultural dfferences n peoples suggest empre, not naton. The dfferent races must apprecate ther dfferences, yet they must realze what they have n gll --- llgp--pc X l-s _ hearngs down the mddle of t road." 0- ~ y C ~---~~-~ common as countrymen. Peoples of a naton must become one people. Mnorty peoples must value assmlaton and the majorty people n turn value dversty. n so dong, they may move toward a common understandng. We are at a key pont n hstory where the great economc and socal nfluence of racsm may be quelled. We should look at the problem n ts present state, not relyng on the solutons of yesterday to answer the questons of today. Racsm cannot be eradcated n the near future. For such to be the case, a generaton must be born that needs to make no conscous effort to be racally unbased, snce for them all people are ther people. At ths tme, our goal should be to establsh true economc and socal equalty. We should rse to the challenge at hand, leavng that whch s beyond us to posterty. Rodhll M. Jack '90 "1 ddn't ellwe t was Jud, B Jy 11 r he ornd'ed me to dor hm to the conlnmtt ~~ ~~~~~S~~~~B~~~ pmm CRMSON TRAVE WHEN u A PAbsolutely Postvely WANT THE OWESTARFARE! CRMSONs the only agency n Harvard Square wth 3 major arlnes' computers on-premse. Amercan Arlnes' SABRE, TWA's PARS & Unted's APOO reservatons systems assure you of up-to-the-mnute avalablty and the lowest ar fares possble. CRMSON has ts own computerzed "cheap-fare search program." CRMSON s an offcal authorzed agent for all arlnes and there s NO EXTRA CHARGE when you pck up your tckets at CRMSON Make your reservatons and pck up tckets at CRMSON TRAVE 39 John F. Kennedy St. (Harvard Sq.) Call phones attended 7 days a week ADS AWcAREN4ESS October 4-11 WEEK AT MT ADS-WVVARE: ADS N FORMATON -TABE Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday OBBY :30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. Free pamphlets, fact sheets and nformaton wth Medcal Department professonals on hand to answer your questons.... VDEO PRES.ENTAO N "ADS: Beyond Fear" Wednesday, October 7 12 noon, Emma Rogers Room, Buldng A compelng update on the ADS epdemc, focusng on The Vrus, The ndvdual and The Communty. Followng the 1-hour vdeotape, members of the Medcal Department wll answer questons from the audence. These events are sponsored by the MT Medcal Department and naugurate ts ADS-AWARE Project, an ongong effort to nform the MT communty about the dsease, ts preventon, and progress toward a vaccne and cure. To learn more about ADS or other ADS-AWARE actvtes, call the Health Educaton Servce at m t _ kr-, B.'

6 PAGE 6 The Tech FRDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1987 he s sold, sales ne of condoms have been o- ton tdat condoms alone w very low - only ll about 140 per solve the ADS week. problem, "We don't Van sell as many as Ness sad. "Condoms thnk we should,' are a Baley bpg sad. help, but they are not He the suggested anls- to every form of sexual that so few con- wer9 doms are sold because people Condoms mght are ether not sutable feel embarrassed fcor buy them actvty, at the Va pharmacy, n mght Ness contnued, not and know they that ca the pharmacy sells break. Also, there condoms, are many or way ys mght thnk t n- to catch the dsease convenent whch do to ncot go all the way to nvolve sexual actvty. the Medcal Department. How the Medcal The presence Departmennt of condom vend- wll approach varous es ng machnes dormtore n dscreet places n has not yet been the decded. dormtores would A lc3t gve students of people much are easer not really access Cot to con- o erned n- abou ADS t and may nc doms and Dt fewer nhbtons about be wllng to come buyng to a them, serona ax Baley noted. or dscusson group, Van Nes $S Gaugng student reacton noted. The Housng Offce s nstallng "'m not sure myself f [wt: th the machnes n only three dorm- the current round of ADS pub b}- tores presently n order to gauge cty] a lot more people are usnfg the atttude of resdents toward condoms," she added. the machnes and to measure the Van Ness noted that peopt le demand for condoms. cannot be "force-fed" health n - "n one word, the ssue s 'ac- formaton ad the Medcal De ceptance,' " Hagerty sad. Sellng ra condoms n dormtores s a new dea, and MT s not absolutely sure how students wll react. Three dorms reh ofceve condom machnes (Contnued from page 1) Before and after products nstallaton the frst be machnes, ncluded cof partment can that demand n only the try to spread s ma- They are the produced machnes, by Crcle a group from thhe as much nformaton as possble. very low and the venture s an- Rubber chnes. Company, are ndvdualproftable, MT's Medcal Medcal Department wll vst t[ Department has do t has rm the rght tores dscuss to pull to he Next week s ADS Awareness ly wrapped, and wll cost 75. always wth sth sold condoms and out, other Hagerty dents U- Week n Massachusetts sad. the varous and - Rght methods several hgh-profle events are to place condom now, there are no plans brth control t devces, accordng Baley descrbed AdDS the condoms preventon, of accordng machnes n! nthat to Davd E. Baley, chef pharmawll be n the Janet machnes p. van to planned, she sad. as dependent Ness, dractor lvng groups or noncst at the Medcal Department. "generc" - not the a brand H name. Educaton ealth of Van Ness also rebutted the dormtory nsttute Servce. buldngs. However, compared to "mstaken t'he dea One that of the the prcary presence number purposes of brth control of condoms plls mples to dsabuse that the students nsttute beleves [everyone at MT] of t s sexually actve." Nor dd she thnk condoms would encourage ncreased sexual actvty. Groups from the Medcal Department wll hold dscussons wth dormtory resdents to gather student opnons. Hagerty sad he expects a postve reacton. "Other houses want to go ahead [wth nstallaton of the machnes]." So far there have been few complants about the plan, he sad. Whtman also expected students to react favorably to the machnes. t seems lke a good dea, and ' don't thnk t's offensve," she sad. But she cautoned that "t's a lttle hard to tell rght now" what the student reacton at East Campus wll be, addng that word has only begun to spread about the nstallaton of the machnes. At Ashdown, the ntal reacton has been postve. 'Our consensus was that wth the ADS epdemc, we really had an oblgaton to support somethng that mght help," sad Scott B. Smth G, charmanr of the Ashdown Executve Commttee. Smth sad he expects students wll handle the stuaton well. "We are all grown-ups," he sad. ast year, before the nsttutewde plan was announced, 500 Memoral Drve had consdered nstallng condom machnes on ts own. However, many people objected to the house spendng l ts own money on the project, accordng to Joseph M. Mullally. '89, 500 Memoral Drve presdent Ṅow that MT has put forward ts own plan, support for the machnes s hgh. 'We're ready for them [the machnes)... the students are enthusastc," George E. sad Hosker, Memor~~~alt ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l Machnes suppled at no cost The machnes belong to Pro Tekt, a company n Boston. Pro Tekt s supplyng the frst sx machnes at no cost to MT. The company wll also mantan the machnes and collect all mones. When the program s expanded to nclude all the dormtores, other arrangements may be worked out, Hagerty sad. MT had some dffculty n locatng a company to supply the machnes, Hagerty sad. Vendng machne companes tend to be rather specalzed - focusng on food machnes, soft drnk machnes, etc. Pro Tekt was chosen because t was ready to nstall the machnes rght away, at no cost. f Pro Tekt fnds, after nstallaton of Sarath Krshnaswamy On the way to a 1-0 vctory, Chrstne evness '89 (rght) moves the ball past Babson's Colleen Reddy. MT plays Clark tomorrow. 7 F Drve house manager. ASeucto ADS educaton Baley stressed that the nsttute, by makng condom purchases easer, s not suggestng that condoms are a panacea for ADS. There have been some studes suggestng condoms reduce the spread of the dsease, but 'there are no ron-clad guar.; antees," he sad. Baley's sentments were echoed by Borvoje B. Mkc ScD '67, housemaster at 500 Memoral Drve. These machnes are only one part of the pcture" "bg n the fght aganst ADS., Condoms are not the complete answer to the problem, nor are they even the b est method M, kc sad. Even more mportant than condoms s educaton, he contnued. - AM.1m --

7 . - - MT begns (Contnued from page ) our support servces n the [MT] communty," Olver sad. Olver, a 30-year veteran of the force, recalled when the campus was quet and relatvely solated from the surroundng communty. "Today, n an urban area, t s a beehve of actvty whch ncludes the presence of the outsde world," he sad. Olver lsted the dutes of the Campus Polce: the protecton of lfe and property, crme preventon, escort servce, rape awareness, parkng and traffc, crss nterventon, and specal servces, whch ncludes emergency medcal servce. "The mportance of our operaton s to support the educatonal process by provdng a safe en- =~Bar 111P10 s11 reaparama search to replace Olver SCHEDUlNG FOR THE vronment for students to pursue ther educaton... and to provde addtonal support servces whch we are unquely qualfed to do," Olver sad. n order to be a good Campus Polce offcer, one must have a professonal background n the form of educaton and tranng, accordng to Olver. The Student Conservaton Assocsaton (SCA) s provdng opportuntes for about 150 students to obtan expense-pad volunteer postons n conservaton and resource management. Volunteers ths wnter and sprng wll serve n such areas as: the Vrgn slands, San Francsco, Florda, Arzona, daho, and Hawa. Telephone the SCA at (603) /5741 or send a postcard to: Student Conservaton Assocaton, PO Box 550C, Charlestown, NH Today, more than one mllon men and women are demonstratng by ther personal example that alcoholsm s an llness that can be arrested. f you have an alcohol related problem please get n touch wth the Alcoholcs Anonymous group nearest you - wth complete assurance that your anonymty wll be protected. Call or wrte: Alcoholcs Anonymous, Box 459, Grand Central Staton, NY You wll receve free nformaton n a plan envelope. notces The "Statement of Regstraton Satus" s stll requred of all male students who are expected to regster for the draft, f they desre to receve federal fnancal ad Ṫhe followng students do not have to fle statements: women, underage students and those who have completed the statement n prevous years. MT requres male students who have completed the statement by ndcatng they are "underage" to submt the statement annually- untl they have regstered. "One of my prme objectves when became chef was tle development of professonalsm," Olver sad. n the 1950s and 1960s many offcers were older people who had retred from a muncpal or state polce force. Olver sad he sought younger offcers and stressed the need for educaton and tranng. Numerous offcers have assocate and bachelor's degrees n crmnal justce and law enforcement, and some have addtonal tranng n management, Olver noted. The tranng of the department "matches or exceeds the tranng of muncpal departments," Olver sad. A Campus Polce offcer can become a good muncpal offcer, but the reverse s not necessarly true, Olver sad. The ablty to help and serve people s vtal on a campus. A Campus Polce offcer must be "senstve and far and equally attentve to the needs of dfferent segments of the communty," Olver sad. Dckson sad that the qualtes necessary for a good chef are "polce experence, servce-orented, good communcatve sklls wthn department and MT communty, and better than average admnstratve ablty." Dckson sad he would not hre someone wth polce sklls f the person was not "servce-orented." A successful Campus Polce chef should have "tranng n psychology and busness management as well as publc relatons," ews sad. 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8 Y --..,,- - ~,,- : - _~~ PAGE 8 The Tech FRDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1987 ~- AREBT S,.l~~ C~ ARTs specal effects are Characters approprate to Sx ~ "-=-- ~ A--- PY R T S r SX CHARACTERS N SEARCH OF AN AUTHOR Wrtten by ug Prandello. Drected by Robert Brusten. At the Amercan Repertory Theatre, through October Massachusetts Ave. 4opposte Cambrdge CUmmon By JUAN WEST THOUGHT THAT F SAW any more dazzlng specal effects at the ARr and heard any more topcal references to Flene's basement or the Boston Celtcs, that would scream and run from the theater. n the case of Sx Characters n Search of an Author, however, the specal effects are perfectly chosen. And the references are both funny and approprate; what better play to take lbertes wth than Prandello's 1921 masterpece, whch tself explores the bounds of conventonal theater? One s tempted to start explanng the acton of Sx Characters by callng t a play-wthn-a-play. But the nteractons between the dfferent levels of the work are far too complex for such a smple dvson. There are, however, two separate sets of characters on the stage: the frst s a group of thespans rehearsng an unstated play n an otherwse empty theater, the A,. t f The acton of the sx characters, on the other hand, has been more or less left alone. (One notable - and somewhat qulesto~nable -excepton s the exchange of the seventh character, the madame of a brothel, for a male hspanlc pmnp.) For us, ths heghtenks thle effect of separaton between the two groups on the stage: the sx characters seem a lttle stager n conrtrast to the thespans, who seem to be free to mprovse. (The separateness s also heghtened vsually by dressng the sx characters entrely n black and whte, but the rest of the company n street clothes.) The "mprovsatonal" work s a hgh-_ lght of the producton, especally at ether end of the play, where a prologue and eplogue of Sorts have been added. Anyone objectng to other freedoms taken wth the text should vew ths as a rather loose translato;n from 1920s talan nto 1980s Bostonan; wthn ths context t s not excessve. Jeremy Gedt gudes the troupe effectvely as the Senor Actor. n one of hs best scenes, he appears wth a clpboard and steers the actors wth practced effcency nto ther new roles, a joval drector. Joh Bottoms s equally outstandng. As usual he exhbts remarkable control over hs body; he warms up for rehearsal by standng on hs head. When szng up the character he s preparng to play, and who s standng ncarnate n front of hm, he adopts the character's mannersms as they crcle each other. Several o~f hs one-lners are hlarous, such as the one n a W.C. Felds accent: "never work on a stage wth chldren or dogs....*' Tom Roo~ney almost plays a unversal character, as a stage manager who wll be famlar to anyone who has worked n a theater. John Grant-Phllps fs a congenal stage manager, and Sandra Shpley, Thomas Derrah, and Harry S. Murphy get n thelr share of good lnes. As for the sx characters, the two prncpals, Father (Alvn Epsten) and Step- second a sextet of 'characters' who appear on the scene, lookng for an author to dramatze ther pathetc story. Already we encounter confuson, for t s lke lookng at a Magrtte pantng: are the characters called actors any more real than the characters called characters? Well, yes and no. Or maybe the reverse s true. Watch carefully... Drector Robert Brusten has taken lbertes wth the scenes nvolvng only the actors: he has turned the company nto the ART, the unnamed play nto Moere, and the players nto themselves. That s, Prandello declned to gve the players names, so they call each other on stage by ther real names. They act, presumably, as they really would n a real rehearsal, as f they were The characters of Prandello's at the Sx Characters n real ART Search of an Author. (now, wat a mnute... ) (Pleam turn to page 11). 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9 .' a18ssl.sc - FRDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1987 The Tech PAGE 9 _ y-~--- A A R S ~~ T ~'=: P\ 1 O -- a Glamr, not musc, domnates the 1,SO Openng Nght BSO OPENNG NGHT Openng Nght of the 107th Season. Conducted by Sej Ozawa, wth Raymond Jourdan, Jessye Norman and the Tanglewood Festval Chorus, John Olver, conductor. Symphony Hal, September 29. By JONATHAN RCHMOND HE BOSTON SYMPHONY orchestra began ts one hundred and seventh season on Tuesday nght wth performances approprate to an audence more nterested n socalzng and the "glamor" of Openng Nght than n the musc. t was, after all, a grand evenng for the Boston -Establlshment.. The frst pece, Bernsten's Chachester Psalms, was the best. Ozawa wred up the exctng dynamcs hs orchestra can dsplay for a powerful, f nelegant, account of Psalm And 14-year old alto Raymond Jourdan showed that, whle he lacks complete tonal purty, hs voce possesses a soft nnocence that makes for a profoundly mnovng account of Psalm 23, 'The ord s my shepherd." The orchestra, rpplng, gently uplftng, was always close by to provde a pognant backdrop to the lonelness of. the solost on stage. The chorus, here, played a subtle, supportve role, too. Joh~n Olver's Tanglewood Festval Chorus, however, was not consstently sharp Faster passages showed a tendency to be-. come unfocused; and there was some dscomfort wth the Hebrew texts. t was n the more reflectve measures that they were at ther most llumnatng. Ozawa next walked the BSO through a soporfc performance of Schulbert's Symphonay n B mnor, "The lunfnshed.' H{e reduced a work of sparkle and sprt nto one whch came across as ponderous, mechancal and downrght dull. Temp were unbearably relaxed, as was any sense of dscplne that mght have held the orchestra together. D~d Ozawa spend any tme rehearsng ths pece? Sej Ozawa conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra on Openng Nght. The Program ended wth Rchard Strauss's Four ast Songs, Sung by Jessye obrman. NOW, to Sng feder s an art, at ts best when practced by those steeped n the German tradton, such as Detrch Fscher- Deskau or Chrsta udwg. To be successful, t s necessary to have an apprecaton not only of the musc, but of the beauty of the words beng sung. Jessye Norman performed wth a sense of muscalty, but her approach lacked attenton to detal. She dd not provde the pleasure that comes from a performer able to explore and elaborate the deas n each word, and delver those words wth perfect dcton. nstead, words tended to become msshapen and to dssolve nto one another Nsoran sang wthout romance, and the poetry of Hermann Hesse and Josef von Echendorff was dened ts fragrance and vtalty. Ozawa's orchestra was also rather thn, and lackng n subtlety. The musc should be ntoxcatng, but t wasn't anywhere near to beng under the nfluence. et's hope the new season takes a turn for the better. 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10 _B PAGE 10 The Tech FRDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1987 RP - llp"9p _ -, - _ sllr h =---- -p-h---u,, - '" - -9pC-- ec- -- el ' ' -- = -- =-U---= r -- s Y A R T S -- = ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ u eoe m -----p -- -, -,, --. C r rs -- - _ C s - AR - C _ C - - P R - c---- The Teck Performng Arts Seres presents. e MOZART CONCERT Pro Arte opens season wth Mozart spectacular (6117PPCg MOZART KRAFT Pvano Concerto No. 21 Symphony No. 29 Symphony No. 40 Double Play a a p ep Qg P9-19u R929 aa 9 a aa aa a a a A a 2-9 a a a a a a 2 9 a a Ra Aa We have a lmted number of dscounted tckets for the openng concert of The Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra's season. Sanders Theatre, Oct. 10, 8pm. Pre-concert lecture at 7pm. deal for assgnment. MTpace: $6 f 1 Tckets are on sale at the Technology Communty Assocaton, W20450 n the Student Center. Offe hours posted on the door Call x34885 for further nformaton. The Tecb Perfonrng Arts Seres, a servce for the entre MT communty, from The Tech, MT's student newspaper, n conjuncton wth the Teshnology Communty Assocaton, MT's student communty servce organzaton. -lp--u -- -a- -" p - -- _ C C_ - p R YPBsYBasp41W. -- b131-p -s -6lb- lcgl C -sl--u-9e b-s e -u _ C-s -r 9p - - -a pl e h-- -- _ -=- - _-.. _. -- Harry S Truman Scholarshps The annual Harry S Truman Scholarshp Awards wll be made to current sophomores n good standng who are U.S. ctzens or natonals. Two MT students wll be nomnated by the nsttute. The awards wll be for $7,000 and are renewable for the senor year and for up to two years of graduate study. Any sophomore wshng to be consdered should contact Ms. Brtt Raphlng, E51-110, x3-4062, NO3 ATER THXAN OCTOBER 5, ay-- - Sunday Daly Saturday THE CHURCH OF THE ADVENT (Epscopal) 30 Brnmner St., Boston An hztmc Angcan path at the foot o4 Beacon KRee The Rev'd Andrew C. Mead, RectoA 8:00 a m. Sad Mass 9:00 a.m. Sung Mass a.m. Sol emn Mass Coffee hours follow all Masses. Adult Educaton courses on Scrpture, Chrstan Doctrne, Dante are offered on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. and Saturdays 10:30 a.m. begnnng Oct :30 a.m. Mass 6:00 p.m. Mass (Mondays and Wednesdays only) 9:00 a.m. Mass l U ATTENTON SEN~ORS rnformaton Sesson Thursday, October 15, 1987 Career opportuntes for Computer Scence graduates n: e Software Engneerng, * Systems Engneerng, e Advanced Technology Research D~CeolC~P We're a world leader n the electronc publshng ndustry. EXSNEXUST provdes computerzed research servces to lawyers, doctors, management consultants, journalsts and government agences around the world. Plan to attend 7:00 pwm. MT Room e ' b a r _. k, _._.

11 j FRDAav OCTOBER 2, 1987 The Tec PAGE 1 albc R Td S - - C~~ar~~4~e's Su~te nl ) 91 tghs.1 nnaue cu h o er (Contrnued from page 8) daughter (Pamela Gen) are excellent, and the young -chldren play ther slent parts well. The other two characters are less develop~ed, and seem a lttle wooden: the Son never breaks out of hs rebellous broodng, a slent Hamlet n black forever perched at one corner of the stage; the M~othaer's sullen resgnat'onr s never releved by a more complex emoton. Despte a few jokes at the expense of the H-untngton, the ARTF shows that t s not afrad to laugh sat tself. The notorous drectoral excesses of Andre Serban are one subject for gentle teasng, and Jeremy moans "why can't we do stuff that people lke?" The specal effects, as mentoned, are restraned and essentally dramatc rather than vsual gloss. TFhe key effect s a gant mrror whch s louwered at the back of the stage. A8fter a few crude props are placed n front of t to suggest a settng for a staged run-through, a lghtng effect suddenly reveals the actual room, n full detal, behnd the mrror. The mage n the mrror thus becomes more real than- the realty t mmcs, provdng a nce vsual realzaton of the textual message. Another stunnng effect comes n the clmactc scene, when we are drawn fully nto the llusory theater world. The lttle grt les motonless on a sheet of blue plastc: to ndcate that she drowned n a backyard duckpond. t s all we need to accept her death; such s the conventonal logc of the theater. But suddenly, and spookly, her body begns to snk nto the plastc and the stage beneath, and there s an omnous trcklng of water. Wlhen the drowned form s lfted from the lake, t s drppng wet. The lne between make-beleve and realty dssolves not only for the actors rehearsng n the theater, who react as though t were qute haunted, but for the C6;TDese Rp-Acmr~x4 Szechuan and Mandarn Cusnes Orders to Take Out MASS. AVE.~ CAMBRDGE, MASS. N- v. oth-n 11 JO :30 P. F. -d S.c. U p- 5-3ap~o900p.,9Op bq- PRl(grsl B.. rantdello 's Sx Characters sparklese are az~ world~wde networkc of studentt travel specalsts and a onte-stop trav~el shop. Spaecarl fares nrclud~e EUROPE,6 the SOUTH PACFC andd mnuch more.r~ m Scheduledl arlnes a Ral posses w nternatonaler student.d.'s audence as well. The logc of the producton s completely consstent; never s the concet that we are watchng a smple rehearsal rabandoned. There s no nterval. As we enter, a man s sweepng the stage before the actors drft n, more or less on tme. H~e returns as we leave, and, Puck-lke, sweeps the stage agan; there s no curtan call. We are left to magne that t would be long and loud. COMPOSER8ES Nl RECTA All concerts n Elzabeth Kllan Hall, Hayden brary unless otherwse lsted. John Harbson, pano: works of Bach, Kern, Handy, and Harbson, on Oct. 3 n the Buldng 14 Sculpture Court. W17llam Albrght, organ, harpschord, and pano: works of Albrght on Oct. 17 n the MT Chapel. Anthony Davs, pano: works of ]Davs on Nov. 14. Joan a Barbara, voce: works of a Barbara and others on Dec. 12. Rchard Trythall, pano: works of Gershwn and Trythat~ on J'an. 30. ~es Thmnmg, reeds: works of T~hmmg and others on Feb. 20. Frederc Rzewsk, panro: works of 3Rzewsk and others on Mlar. 5. Anthony Braxton, reeds: works of Braxton and others on Apr. 9. Contact: -Room~ 14N-427, Cambrdge, MA Telephone: BOSTON UNVERSTYBP CHAMBER PAYERS~P~W Prokofev Sonatafor Two Volns, Op. 56, Kodaly Serenade for TwYo Volns and Vola, Op. 12, and Faur6, Pano Qurartet..dgmmtbm -- Adw AST~~~~~dlh % f CA Technqqe ( ) for an appo ntment.9am - Noon, - 5PM\J Sept Oct. 9 CONCERTOS AND CANTATAS~d~a performance by the New England Blach Concert by the New England Festval Orchestra. Ths past Sundlay they Bach z Festval Orchcestra. played works of the frst three quarters of Conducted by Blanhe Honegger M8~oyse. the 8th century: Concerto n G mnor for Emnmanuel Chturchz, Boston. Flute, Bassoon and Orchestra, "a September~ 27. Notte," E X No. 5 by Vvald; Cant~ata, BWV 82, 'ch habbe-genug" and the Br~andenbuprg Concerto No. 6, BWV 1051 by By DAVN\ WONGG Bacha; SFerenata Notturna n D, K. 239 by Oshoppng, N A CEAR DAhY, YOU wll fndl Mozart; and the Sute np D by Jeremah Newbury Street, Boston, delghtfully packed wth people Clar'ke. dnng, and watchng The frst work, "The Nght,' composed n conlcerto grosso form, featured Chrs- street muscans. At one end of the walkway s Emmanuel Church, the ste of a tne N~eldc and Denns Godburn as flute and bassoon solosts, respectvely. Begnnng wth a slow largo, the group warmed up to a happy, yet restraned allegro. Although the flautsts domnated the bassoon, and the orchestra lagged slghtly behnd n the second movement, the twang of the contnuo, characterstc of the baroque, was qute appealng. The poor acoustcs of the hall were dsappontngly apparent, though. The muscans performed at the head9 of the church, whch was structurally beyrond the lstenng area, so the sounds became mprsoned n the dome above thern. Also, the walls surroundng the pews were heavly ornamented, causng random reflectons whch blurred the musc. Hghs seemed to dsappear nto nfnty whle lows quckly sank away. O~f course, ths loss of tonal clarty was not the fault of the performers. Bach's Cantata NVo. 82, a favorte for mate voce, featured bartone Sanfordr Sylvan, who expressed hmself powerfully n Germnan. The deadly somber frst two aras and rectatves accompaned by legato strngs, evolved nto the joyful f~nal ara played n a lvely marcato style. Themes of the voce were supported by the oboe and strngs. 7'he nstrumentaton vared throughout Author of Th ost Yes the program. The Brandenburg Cncerto Nto. 6 was no excepton. Scored n ths ed~toan for two volas, two vola da gamabas, a bass, cello and harpschord, these strng players went wthout a conductor. Unfortunateely, the performance seemed to drag. The concerto came across at a constant mezzo forte, but ths was n large part due to the acoustcs of the church. The players shared a keen and thrllng sense of ensemble, nonetheless, and the result was not wthout nspraton. Mozart's Serenata Notturna, composed n 1776, ht the audence as playful, ornamented, and even comc n nature. The gaety of the pece coupled wth the enthu-- sasm of the performers made ths nrghtmusc very enjoyable. The hghlght of the concert was Clarke's Sutfe n D, wth Chrs Gekker as trumpet solost. Gekker's tone was pure and well defned. The strngs pleasngly echoed and ntertwned wth the trumpet; the tempop excted all. Each of the seven movements were dynamcally brllant, especally the Rondo, "P~rnce of Denmnark's March." Ths was the famous "Truampet Voluntary," msattrbuted to Purcell. The lvely Ggue brought the concert to a close. ***** Mo~~s (off rcha Seasons ** ***t4 Compled by Peter Dunn n c Mfnor, Op. 15 on Oct. 7. Mozart P~ano Quar'tet n g Mpnor, K. 478, Raavel So- Oct. 29 to Nov4\. 1. Opera scenes on Nov. 3. the Boston Conservatory Theater Dvson, natafor Voln and Cello, and R~avel Pano Composer/panst arry Bell on Nov. 6. Tro on Nov. 18. Brahms Pano Quartet n Boston Conservatory Dance Theater, A Major, Op.~ 26 and ]Prokofeff Quntet n Nov. 12 to 14. Boston Chamber M~usc Socety: works of Durufl~e, Kodaly, and Schu- g MPnor, Op>. 39 for Strngs and Wnds on Jan. 27. MaraEtnu Duo for Voln and Cello, M~ozart Pano Quartet n E Major, chestra all-beethoven concert on N~ov. 23. bert on Nov. 22. Boston Conservatory Or- KC. 493, and Hummel Quartet for Clarnzet Opera scenes on Dec. 1. Boston Conservatory Chorale on Dec. 2. The Genus by and Strngs on Feb. 17. Beethoven Pano Tro nt c Mnor, Op. 1, No. 3 and Dohnany Sextet for Pano, Strngs, and Conservatory Wnd Ensemble: works of Howard Brenton, Dec. 3 to 5. Boston WndsB, Op. 77 on Mar. 30. Contact: 855 Creston, M~lhaud, Stravnsk~y, Tull, Turna, and Gould on Dec. 9. Orgnal chore- Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MAE TFelephone: ographes on Dec. 11 and 12. Festval Chorus and Orchestra on Dec. 14. Contact: 8 The Fenway, Boston, MAd Telephone: BOSTON CONSERVATORYf~glF~~ Masahro Ojr, gutarst: works of Bach, da M9lano, Gulan, and Gnastera on Oct. 2. Boston Chamber Muhsc Socety: work of Schlumann, Martnu, and Dvorak on Oct. 4 and 9. Boston Conservatory Orchestra: works of Brahms, Mozart, and Mvendelssohn on Oct. 14. Boston Conservatory Wnd Ensemble: works of Delus, Holst, Granger, Strauss, Bachr, and Copland on Oct. 21. Faculty Artsts Rectal: works of Scarlatt, ]Bartok, Dohnany, and Debussy on Oct. 28. Ksmet performed by - Sant German on Amerca'st~' destny and sprtusal srchesy byt the volet flameo Gemstonles for oe seven cbakras chargeld by6 tthe ords of the Seven Rays. - Cbara nttalgons~ BROOKNE~B YOUTH CONCERTS$ Boston Unversty Symphony Orchestra: Santa Sans' Thte Carnval of the Arzmahv~s on Nov. 14. Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra on Feb. 6. Gala Program to be announced on Mar. 26. Contact: Boston U~nversty School for the Arts, 855 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MAA Telephone: Whqzyous want t~nyu Nb~Se f showyouhoo he Ascended Masters are not just Tpeople who happen to be on the other sde. Thety are extraord~nary ndvdluals who have-spent many~ lves on earth, overcome ther karma and ascended to God. Now they want to help us. They come wth teachng, prophecy, ancent wsdom, lght, energy, mantras, and scentfc technques to help our planet and orurselves. 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12 l, ; E t Ell :; _a PAGE 12 The Tech FRDAY, OCTOBER 2, ru - -_ MMar m \ rj - dh 90&4~ t,'. ~ 0 1% 43t~~~~~~~~~~. 'P W,~: next homes game s Oct 8gantury n -~~~~~J ~ ~ terdaysf Alyssa~ Prke soce 9 lf}fgt ortebl ~ ar gaev.cak ugys Roman nexthomegames Ot. 8agast Crry Tl 32 h Tll 1J AX,) ') a wo J) - r ( _S t -- R-l011,t11 7C N ) rem~~~~~~~~~~~~~~r <>F,)O 61,- T C /a =t -3 -t t _,_Q r e- D S t FgO R C S bpkn "t8 *T, 7 )tt 'j T T \ T ',% U,1 _ z -.A lor E~ Z401,. S E l S WE. S l : Ar * Date: October 6, 4pm to 8pm : Place: Room notces Recrut Co., td., nformatonal Meetng for Blngual (Englsh/Japanese) Students r Ongong A Dvorce Support Group led by Marca Jllan Jackson, CSW, wll begn on Sept. 16, 1987 at Rversde Famly nsttute, 259 Walnut Street, Newtonvlle. The group wll meet on Wednesday evenngs for ten weeks n Room 14 from 7:30 to 9 pm and s desgned to help people overcome the socal and emotonal mpact of separaton and dvorce. Call for more nformaton. A fee wll be charged. Do you have questons about Dstrbuton subjects and felds, Concentraton requrements or procedures, what are HASS Electve subjects? Come to the Humanates, Arts, and Socal Scences Offce, 14N-409 for help wth anythng to do wth the HASS Requrement. We are open 9-5. Stop by or call us at x3-$441. The Off-Campus Housng Servce welcomes any member of the communty who ether has avalable housng or who s searchng for housng to contact our offce n Room E18-301, ext The professonal tutor staff of the MT Wrtng and Communcaton Center (14N-317) wll be glad to consult wth you on any wrtng or oral presentaton project (papers, theses, letters, etc.) from 10-6 Monday thru Frday. You may ether phone for an appontment (x3-3090) or just drop n. n addton, workshops for those for whom Englsh s a second language are held n the Center on Wednesdays from 6: All servces are free. Explorer Dr. Barry Barker of the Natonal nsttute for Exploraton s organzng a seres of expedtons durng 1987 n an attempt to dscover the hdden answers of mysterous and strange happenngs n Peru. The results of these expedtons wll be a full color book representng the best journalstc and photographc efforts of more than 100 ndvduals. For further detals, call or wrte Dr. Barry W. Barker, Drector, Natonal nsttute for Exploraton, 111 N. Market St., Champagn, 1., 61820, The MT Museum has many ongong exhbts. The Museum s located at 265 Massachusetts Ave., and s open Monday through Frday, 9-5, Saturday Admsson s free. -. 4O RECRUT U.S.A., NC. A u : t5%4 725 S. Fgueroa St., 31st Floor os Angeles, CA olv TO FREE Calforna (800) Other (800) t takes a certan talent to create the knd of performances that have made hstory. CODEX has that talent. And we're lookng for more. For 25 years we've played the leadng role n data com- muncatons and networkng management. Gvng command performances to data communcatons managers, worldwde, everyday...wth nnovatve products. techncal consultatons and networkng 1 4 ol P perflor S solutons. Our encore? We're developng the ntegrated communcatons networks of the future. Rght now. Acclamed Dmommft Add4m&lmft 11 R [le lrs natonwde Coml COD t nssto rye as "The plete Networkng Company" )EX offers you one of the most exctng hgh-tech envronments avalable. Our entrepreneural sprt, excellent benefts and greater Boston locaton..: close to some of the fnest cultural, educatonal and recreatonal resources, make CODEX the perfect settng for you to perform your best. f you're a CS major nterested n software development, take center stage wth CODEX. On Campus ntervews: October 5 An Equal Opportunty/Affrmatve Acton Employer, MF/V/H co:desc ( R/foaFOo * _- F t z te F l 1,

13 _ "... Tuesday, Oct. 6 Frday, Oct. 23 ADS Awareness Day - Jonng a statewde effort, the Beth srael Wellbeng Program at the eventhal-sdman Jewsh Commu- Dlty Center wll sponsor an ADS awareness booth n the lobby from 4 to 7 pm. nformaton on ADS - ncludng ADS n chldren and ADS n the workplace - wll be avalable. "Beyond Fear," a documentary on ADS n the communty, wll be shown from 6 to 7 pm and wll be followed by dscusson led by a nurse from Beth srael's publc health unt. Ths program s free for all communty members. Please call x147 for further nformaton. The Cogntve Scence Semnar Seres wll sponsor Attudes De Se and ogcal Form, a talk by Gennaro Chercha, a lnlgust from Cornell Unversty, wth commentary by MT Professor James Hggnbothamn. Grer Conference Room, , 7:30 pm. Dr. Jan Marsh, author of Pre- Raphaelte Ssterhood, wll dscuss "The nteracton of Pantng and Poetry n the Work of Elzabeth Sddal and Dante gabrel Rossett," at the Smmons College Trustman Art Gallery, 3-5 pm. For nformaton, cal Marne Posons - egends and Fact s the topc of a lecture to be gven by Bruce Halstead, Drector of the nternatonal Botoxcologcal Center, World fe Research nsttute, Colton, Calforna. The lecture s at 7:45 pm n the audtorum of the New England Aquarum. Free- and open to the publc. Frday, Oct. 30 s There a Real Monster n the Conga? s the topc of a lecture to be gven by Phl obel, Assstant Scentst, Woods Hole Oceanographc nsttuton. Sensatonal tales from the frst scentfc reconnassance to fnd Mkele Mbzeme - a dnosaur thought to be stalkng the forests of the Peoples Republc of the Congo. The lecture s at 7:45 pm n the audtorum of the New England Aquarum. Free and open to the publc. Announcements Natonal College Poetry Con.- test - cash przes for the top fve poems. All entres must be postmarked not later than October otc n ot ces to be pad, check or money order, to: nternatonal Publcatons, P.O. Box , os Angeles, CA NSF Mnorty Graduate Fellowshp competton wll receve stpends of $12,300 for a 12 month fellowshp tenure. The cost-of-educaton allowance to the nsttuton chosen by the Fellow for graduate study wll be $6000 n leu of all tuton costs and assessed fees. Applcants must be ctzens of the Unted States who are members of one of the followng ethnc mnorty groups: Amercan ndan, Black, Hspanc, Natve Alaskan (Erskmo of Aleut), or Natve Pacfc slander (Polynesan or Mcronesan). 1 he Dr. Robert H. Goddard Scholarshp - a $7500 scholarshp wll be awarded to the student who has scholastc plans that would lead to future partcpaton n some phase of the aerospace scences and technology and has a proven past research and partcpaton n space related scence and engneerng. All applcants should apply by letter to: Natonal Space Club/Goddard Scholarshp, th Street, N.W., Sute 300, Washngton, D.C no later than January 31, and must ' nclude all fees 15, ~~~~ ~ ~ ~ The Tech PAGE 13 _ l FRDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1987 saaoos -- A TECHNCA AND PROFESSONA BOOKSTORE 20,000 ttles n Computers & A.. l Physcs * Math 0 Statstcs Engneerng O Busness g Economcs a ngustcs Most Specal Orders flled wthn 2 weeks Full range of servces ncludng: * Search servce on Quantum's database of 65,000 and/or Books-n- Prnt on CD-ROM Quantum "Alert Servce" on forthcomng ttles n your feld MAT P.O.'s accepted, Delvery to MT offces One Kendall Square, Bldg 400 (at Hampshre & Broadway) Cambrdge, MA Free parkng n Bnney Street lot Weodnesday, Oct. 7 The Cambrdge Forum wll sponsor a talk by Prof. Robert D. Rchardson of the Unversty of Denver enttled "'HeMry Thoreau: A fe of the Mnd." Rchardson s ths year's wnner of the Melcher Award, honorng the book judged to be the most sgnfcant contrbuton to relgous lberalsm. Begns 8 pm at 3 Church St., Harvard Square. Sunday, Oct. 1 1 Marvn Mnsky wll address the secrets of both human and artfcal ntellgence n a lecture, 'The Socety of the Mnd: A Psychologcal ook at Artfcal ntellgence,' n The Computer Museum audtorum, Museum Wharf, 300 Congress St., 3 pm. 6 4 AM~~~~~t~~ow Ar pe-a,, 2aa-----* " SENOR PAPER DEADNES 0 RE D!!n The Commttee on the Wrtng Requrement V gf W ednesday Oct. 14 An nformal wne and cheese recepton n honor of newcomers and ther spouses wll be held at the Presdent's House, 11 Memoral Drve, 4 to 6 pm, hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Paul Gray and the MT Women's eague. Dec. 11, Paper submssons (ether phase) for Jan Degree Canddates Feb. 19, Paper submssons (ether phase) for June 1988 Degree Canddates l "Japan and Amerca: What es Ahead?" s the ttle of a Cambrdge Forum talk to be gven by Harvard Professor Susan Pharr. She wll dscuss the economc, poltcal, and socal relatonshps between the Unted States and Japan. Begns 8 pm at 3 Church St., Harvard Square. The MT-Japan Scence and Technology Talk Seres wll sponsor a talk by nsttute Professor Mldred Dresselhaus on "An overvew of Japanese Materal Research n Unversty and ndustral aboratores." Begns at 5:30 pm, Rm FRESHMEN. SOPHOMOlRE, JUNOR* PAPER DEADNES v Oct. 16, 1987 (Add Date) Phase One paper submsson from Sprng '87 subjects Oct. 15, ast opportunty to take the Freshman Essay Evaluaton. Room , 7-10pm. ONY for new transfers and members of the Class Evaluaton. of 1991 who have not yet taken the Freshman Essay Wednesday, Oct. 21 There wll be a MT Women's eague Open House n the Bush Room, , from 10 am to 3 pm. Dsplays llustratng the eague's nterest groups and volunteer actvtes wll be featured. Refreshments wll be served. New and old members are all welcome. *JUNORS:. PHASE TWO PAPERS DUE JUNE 30,J988- FOR ADDTONA NFORMATON, call or come by the Undergraduate Educaton Offce, Wrtng Requrement Secton, Roonm 2OC-105, x '

14 ..~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~--.--, ~e~ PAGE 14 The Tech FRDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1987 T,,. b 1; g o f F c c f OK. Enough theory. t's tme to get hardcore about your career n software. Wth Mcrosoft. We'll gve you all the resources you want. Tens of mllons n R&D fundng. Along wth one of the most elementary tools for thnkng- a door, leadng to your own prvate offce (nstead of the cubcles or- horrorsbullpens you fnd elsewhere). All backed by management that truly does speak your language, because they probably helped wrte ts We're serous about software desgn. f you are, too, now you know the perfect place to start- Mcrosoft. Sonware Desgn kenmeers We're workng on everythng from complers, operatng systems, and networkng to sophstcated graphcs, powerful productvty software, desgnng features n the user nterface for a new generaton of products, and some thngs that can't be mentoned n prnt. You could be, too, f you're about to graduate wth a BS n Computer Scence. Math, or a related major, wth provable understandng of mcros, "'C", the 8086 famly, UNX*/ XENX, or MS- 3S' Jon Mcrosoft, and you'll not only have the opportunty to work wth the world leader n mcrocomputer-software, but also the opportunty to lve n the beautful Seattle area. And, whle you've probably heard a lot about the gorgeous scenery around Puget Sound, you may not know that Seattle boasts the most actve lve theater west of Broadway. A cultural calendar flled wth everythng from flm festvals to jazz concerts. As well as major league baseball, football and basketball. To all of that, Mcrosoft adds a stunnng modern campus, wth amentes such as workout facltes, a parcourse, ar and membershp n a nearby health club. Plus! *x an array of benefts for your personal and fnancal well-beng. Howcr do youa get hardcore? Attendd our on-campus ntervew on Thurs- Ae day, November 5. Contact your Career Placement Center to sgn up. We are are equal opportunty employer.._. l c 19H,7 Mcrosoft Corporaton NX s a trademark of AT1 T' Bell aboratores. XNX and MS-D)() are trademnalrks of Mc<rosoft corporaton.!, l~~~~~~ ~:. - -, : f.,-.. ''SE :-g t ' s

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16 -~w_.-,-. _.. [ _a~ PAGE sports 16 The Tecb FRDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1987 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~,..' Salng team wns at Roger Wllams Regatta By sako Hoshno The MT Men's Varsty Salng Team has launched a strong start ths season. At the Roger Wllams nvtatonal Regatta on Sept. 19th, MT was frst n both "A" and "B" dvsons. The salors who won for dvson "A",were Drew Fredes '90, Dale Hnman '90, sako Hoshno '89, and Mke earv '91. That same weekend, MT placed second out of 11 teams at the Northern Seres at BU. The top salors were Steve Barrett '90, Wll Gorgen '91, Don Hejna '89, and Kyle Welch '90. (Edtor's Note: sako Hoshno '89 s captara of the Varsty Salng Team.) classfed advertsng Classfed Advertsng n The Tch: $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 PART TME JOBS ntegrated Crct Baerd Desgne to operate pc-based prnted crcut board layout system. Must have good workng knowledge of PC's, MS-DOS, and some knowledge of PCB layout realtes. Telecom Project. ndvdual to partcpate n nterestng hardware/ software project. Knowledge of 68K, VME, telephones useful. Flexble hours. Near MT. Call Marc Stutmran at Metrplex Compaq Portable Meg Hard Drve. Never been used. Stll n box. Warranty. $ frm. Call eave Message. Furnture Desgner Needed Archtecture or Arts student desred to commsson for desgn of dnng set for small urban space. Sponsor would also lke help constructng and fnshng work at Hobby Shop. Call Davd at , Draper. '79 VW Rabbt 12OK, automatc, 4-door, runs well, new tres, shocks, battery, etc. Some rust, askng $600, Malcolm / FREE RENT/SUPER Superntendent needed for Commn. Ave. apartment buldng. Responsble, mechancasly nclned ndvdual on-call nghts and weekends. Specfc dutes plus hourly wage for addtonal work avalable. Student O.K., permanent address located n eastern Mass. preferred. Call today for more nfo and ntervew JOB8 SEARCH SOFTWARE Reach more ermployers n less tme wth our telemarketng package. PC Week revewed. BM PC or compatble. Call for your FREE dmeo dskette Cambrdge Condo Cambrdge, Contemporary one bedroom Condo, 653 ft, 3rd fl., Central Square., 12 nman Street. Very close to MT, Harvard, Buses, the 'T'. W/w carpetng, draperes, dshwasher, dsposal, tled bath, parkng avalable. Roofdeck, sauna, slders to outdoor space. $135,000. Call x259. Sexualy Transmtted Dsease Confdental testng and treatment of STD's and ADS. Also general medcal care, sports-medcne, brth control, etc. Prvate offce. Robert Taylor M.D., 1755 Beacon Street, Brooklne '86 Ford Escort '' 17K, PS/PB, AUTO, Sunroof, 30 mpg, perfect condton, t blue, 2-dr hatch, $5500/8.0, d/ , e/ The Tach Subscrpton. Rates: $14 one year 3rd class -mal ($26 two years); $36 one year 1st class mal * S67 two years); $40 one year foregn; $8 one year MAT MaHl 12 years $13). The Tach,, W20-483; or PO Box 29, MT Branch, Cambrdge, MA- O2439. Prepeymen! equred... R*nr sewdled., UPCOMNG OCA SPORTS EVENTS October 3 Baseball... BU at MT, 12:O0pm Women's Cross Count... at Brandes, TBA Fsed Hockey... Clark at MT, 2:00pm Fetball... at Merrmack, 1:O00pm GHt... Tufts at MT, TBA Men's Varsty Saang... Smth Trophy at BU wth Coast Guard Men's Soccer... at Bates, 3:00pm Women's Tennrhs Mt. Holyoke at MT, t 1:00am Water Poo... MT nvzaonal vs. UMass, Amherst, and Wllams, TBA Otober 4 Men's Varsty Salng... BU Trophry, Northern Seres V October 6 Feld Hockey... Smmons at MT, 3:30pmr Men's Soccer... at Brsndes, 3:00pm Women's Soccer... at Wellesley, 3:30pm Wonmen's Tenns... Clark at MT, 3:00pm Women's Volleybaf... at Brsndes, 7:00pm --- v _- Comped by Robert E. Potter t ' _.. graa~~~~~~~llll P~~~~~~~~a~~~llqlp~~~~~~~lsl~~~~~bHll From Kendall Square to Fresh Pond Crcle. From MT to BBN. Only four mles n dstance, but t could mean lght years for your career n scence or engneerng. BBN s one of the world's leadng centers for research and development n computer, nformaton, and physcal scences technologes ncludng artfcal ntellgence and expert systems, automated systems, communcatons technology, educatonal technology, dstrbuted operatng systems, expermental psychology, lfe scences, smulaton and tranng systems, speech sgnal processng, archtectural and envronmental acoustcs, structural mechancs, and underwater acoustcs. And we do more than R&D. e're also a market leader n ntegrated wde-area communcatons networks, hgh performance computers, and computer mage generaton systems. And we've developed software for scentfc, manufacturng, and engneerng research unmatched n the ndustry (our RS/1 package s used n Project Athena). We'd lke to ntroduce ourselves, show you around, and let you talk to some of the MT grads who've made the move from Kendall Square to Fresh Pond Crcle So f you're an electrcal engneerng, physcal or computer scences major, come see what a four mle trp could mean to your future We'll even drve. VST BOT BERANEK AND NEWMAN (BBN) Thursday, October 15, 1987 OPEN HOUSE for MT Students Tme: Transportaton: ocaton: "ARABS and SRAES: Prospects for Peace, Prospects for War" 3:00-5:00 PM by Dr, Wllam B. Quandt 2:30 PM pckup n front of the Admnstraton Buldng Man Entrance on Mass. Ave (Bus Transportaton provded by BBN) 70 Fawcett Street, Cambrdge Sgn-up: Offce of Career Plannng and Placement by Tuesday, October 13th. For further nformaton, call esley Sullvan.at BBN, Boelt Beranek and sarrdaapsserrr - Newman nc. ~p ~sra - Brookrngs nsttuton - Former Advser, Natonal Securty Councl Tues., Oct. 6 4:30 p.m. E (Schell Rm.) (open to publc) Sponsored by: Bustan Mddle East Semnar, Center for nternatonal Studes, M.oT. Your/ VT degree take you far... but four nes s al yollt have to go, Or, m -1 r c a r E e r e E r 6 6 An.

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