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Volume?5 2... September 1976 Numbe,l Kidera Reveals Hopes for Nazareth • Photo by Mork Aldtidgo, Evans Sees His Job as "Ideal Opportunity" by Mary Kay Grow G"'9 evans u.hered a reporter inlo hi. (Iullaremmunily Center he has coorOinaled Its program glnce July I. 'Tm really exclled aboul IhIS whole place:" he said" 'Tel also like 10 sac NiUarelh sludenlS invol\"ed wllh ac,lvllles on olher oollege compuses, espeCially RIT and U 01 R" ne continued, "Nazareth'S relaUonship wilh SI. John Fisher has Evans a lillie battled" "H seems eV9rylhlngis belween Nazarelh and S, jonn Fisher" he said, "I don) now wf'ly." Tnen he ool'llinued. "r gue5.i the rala- 1I0nship seNed lis purpose In th" paSl" SUI I don'l Ihink Nazarelh needs It anylOle. In fact I Ihlnk It'S a rlp-off." "I think Dna of the hardOSI things we !,a'e 10 do IS break some of Itte I,adi-ions" he wen! On. "Some traditions are goOd and we nead Ihem" Out Ilhink Ihe college has oulgrown olhers 01 Ihem" Breakmg lraditlon doesn't seem 10 worry Evans "Change is necessary if NlIlarelh IS golllg 10 lake lis place among the resl 01 lhe colleges m Ih,. area, '''he said" "".nd I lhink Ihis cenler will Mlp U$ ~ccompli'h 'tlat." ""01 acurse, '" he added, any changes are up to the Siudents, Studenr mterests change, their alltludes change, I'd like Ihe ~nler's actil/lties 10 reflecl lhal " "I was al RIT 10' aboul live or six years," he said" "and thars aboul Iho maximum lime ~(' a sludeol attam!o Qj. reclor 10 sley In One plac<>" This lob at Nazarelh was an Ideal opportUnlly" Wtth a brand new building" II's Quite ~ challenoe" Th. challenge he relerreCllo was obVIOUS wilen he compared hiS lob at RIT W.lh Ihe one al NlIlareth '''Well:'' mused Evans, "when you consider Ihat , was wor~(lng with about sev ... enly clubs ond a Siudeni body 0112,000 al fliT compared 10 only twelve club.! and 2,,000 Sludents at mosl here at N8.lA( eth. you earl see wnal a change it 15 fOf me" U's a tOllllly dltlerent sltuaIIOfl:" He seems to wercome Ihe chBnge. however. "1 like the small Size or Naz.s,eth,'· he said "Everyona knows everyone else. WOIch makes It easier to work together There's more 0' a coJlego atmosphere: here. It's warm and personsr The $tll~ dents are sensl1Jve and understanding I'V6 enjoyed workIng wllh tham," Evans' own easy-going personal style By DAVID ABBOTT "Co-Equal" education Is a lerm NIIL9.relh PresIdent Roben Kidena uses 10 describe a new polley for Ihe college, II will enter into 1M whole speCtrum 01 college aclivlties, Me says" '''I expect Naz,areth College to provide some educational laadership needed 10 prepare studenlS 10 live In a society where women lully enjoy equal righl$ and equal atolus and where rspld change Is • MIUral pan 01 Ihe culture, ana social chmate:' To Insure Nazarelh", slalus as coe~ ual, he says lhere will be an elfor! to eMolI more men, Slid to ilrenglhen the curriculum ill the non-arts, "'I want a lull-lime underg",dusle enrollmenl 01 t ,200, alld a more aqual ratio 01 male and lemale students:" Klder. says "Within live yeal3" I'd like Ihe proportion 01 men and women to be roughly e~ual. To do thai, we nMem 10 acl or 10 at least ponder, Thera Is nOI enough of either on Ihis campus.. I welcome replies, thai dl$Og ree with my .land or ag ""', Iho t are Irrilaled by my some~mes bombasllc del iveoy. Pas Illve re I nforce menl is j u81 as Imponanl to me as negallve. I am tneHably excl/ed over my possl. bIIltles All I need Is bodies I ask Ihe enllre N.rarelh community who read this newspaper 01 ou(, to cOntribule In any way possible. Its laJluraor success Is a rellectlon on you, not JUSI the people ronnlng il. Its pravlous troubles am a sad commentary on where your vatues are, or ralher are not. Invest time and energy in Ihe Gleaner and the benefits are .m· measu >able, bes ides resume conslderalions, II is a gOOd reeling 10 know after seeing your eflorts 10 print. Because I am a part·lime studenl,l Will be able 10 donale mueh time 10 the produ~tlon 01 Ihe peper. I don'l ask Ihls or you, just Ihst you rec<>gnize outsym· biotic relationship and meke Sure Ihal It stays thaI way. IS~211. Student Government Beware I don'l know whal you fOlks have In mfnd ror Ihe new season bUI good luck. I myself, held. polillcal oHlce lasl year In our Studeni gov't., so I am somewhal la m IIlar w IIh how !.he doml ni on operales. So lei me share some unsolicited thoughts and Impressions on the subJect. Vou oHicers, as well as sl ud en 1&, are enlering InlO a truly Signlficanl year, A new presldenl Is on hand, our nascenl (Naz·sent) Community Cenler Is now breathing. These two Changes will, I believe, calapull N""Brelh IniO Lhe Image of a total campus which il h ..... so desperalely needed. Both will be advantageous lor you, In accomplishing what you desl reo They are ""'rtal nl y In spiring me, and Inspiration IS one characteristic I nOr my COlieQues poss_d lasl tall, A substantlat number 01 Ihe incumbertts lasl year, simply went through Ihe motions at carl)!lng out Ihelr designated roles. This was partially due 10 our lreg. men teo, ambiguous conslltutlon; offices and their assumed dulies were nOI datined elearly. Anyway, I lall Into this group, I enlered my olllce (Commuler Represenlallve) reluctantly and with III· lie of the necessal)! enlhus,asm, Polllics and Its Inherent gam .... playlng tacllcs dldn'l Inlet69t me (I w,aS signed up by someone, )USIIO1111 tlteorrlca) but since I lind myself frequently moaning aboul Nazamlh's sad slate or aHa irs-among other Ihlngs- I look It. I had no serious Illusions aboul rearranging N",,'s policies on tha sludentlevel or admlnlslIalive. Just a curlouslty I think, Hoperully, your mollves have more dlrllClion, BeCause 01 my laek of verve and POOl Ion In tMe hle",rchy of oi1lces, I accomplished lillie II any1hlng. Depending on your IIl1e, IMe pressure to perlorm fluctuales. Obviously, tile Prasidenl of Undergmd has a larger audience than lhe Treasurer, The majonty 01 offlce·holders had only their conSClenoo [a confront. on whelher Ihey were producing Ihe minImu m or ma~1 m urn. I ell peel Ilti. 10 be the case once again, My pe:s.slmlsm is war ... mnted I lee I. I have yello see a dynamic IOOOer emerge lrom amongst our population, No. even willt such a person we would otlll be an Incomplete group, bUla lorcelul commander could possibly ig. nile the dorm a nt masses I hatl nhab It tltlS campus, The one dire lacl not 10 forgel, Is Ihal you are alone. For Ihe mOSI part, all 01 you stude nl gall' L heads will be S peakl ng lor yourselves. Feeabac~ Is spomllcally emlned Irom Ihe ",udenl populace to you, The people you are supPOSedly represenllng. are nOl really Interested In being spoken lor. It Seems 10 me. eveoyone was Intensely self .... bsorbed. Indllferent 10 eveoytltlng excepi Ihelr grad ...... to eveoyone excapllheir chosen cOlerle, Whailhestudentsheredon'treallla.1s Ihal, them am consldemble benerilS derived Irom engaging In olher pro/eCI! olher Iltan Ihelr classroom demands, Grapplln with !.he admlnlslmtlon and lis bureaucrecle3 (as you will be domg), anendl ng campus even Is besides Ihe weekly parllas and lapplngs Rochesters resources see page-o Can be eolightening experiences. Vouwlll futllllllUleol whal you wan t. unless you can rally au r "sllenl majority" 10 panl~.pale In the deciSion-making and design even Is Ih31 will encourage them 10 contrlbule. wheiMer " Is with Ihelr I&Ieni brain calls or sImply I'me, Sel IhemOIl. Once again, good luck. THE GLEANER Nazareth College 01 Rochester , 4245 Ea:sl Avenue Rochester, New Vork 14616 (716) 38 \·9914 EDITOR .......................... : ....... Jim Graham, Jr. LAYOUT EDITOR ......................... , Lyn Weshbum PHOTOGRAPHERS .. _..... .... .... ..... ... Marl< Aklrldge Manbel Rull, Maureen Bernas ARTIST , .. , .. , .. , .• , .. , ... ,., •........ ,..... E D.spenza - Administmtlve Secretary Function -Ihe pres,dent Is Ihe ch ief e.eGUllve officer of lhe College Responsibllil lee Include supervlolonovet all members of lhe college community, policies of Ihe Institution, and has I,nal I'resiaenllor Plsnning and Developmenl Sio/l - Dr, ROOen McC.mOfldge· Vice Pre.idonl MI. JBfT)(j$ Grahem - Direc/or 01 Pub/Jc Rale/lons and P"blieallon. Mr. Rober' Har'''ng . Aulstanl D,rec/or 01 Pub/Ie Re18/1oo •• nd P"bllcalion. Geor~ H. Walk'" - Director 01 Developmonl SiSlar Ann"ncle,a - Ass!. 10 Ihe VIc. Pr(>SIdenr S,.,er Eva Marie - Consunanr Ali<>on Weeaen - Graphic Artlsl FvnCIIOf) - Responsibility lor con'sc, wllh Ih. wblic. plana lor exp.nd"'g, developIng ana cMng'"g current e~I"mg 13clll//es. advertising. lund (8ising, and alvmnl til/allons. Olllee ollhe VI.,.. Pre.idoM 101 SludS,,' Alia Irs Sial/ - Mi$$ Judith Emmanual - Daen 01 Students MISS J.nel Ogilvie - Direclor 01 Res,dent Siudents Mrs, EIIUC>eth Kam - DlreclOr 01 Flnanciat A,d Mr. La"y Peeler - D"ector 01 Placement ano Camer Plenning Mr. Greg Evans - Ooreclo, O( Iho 0110 A. Shulls Community Cenle, and Siudeni ActiVJlI"" Sosle, Theresa Daniel - AsS!. Dlreclor 01 the Ono A. ShUIU Communily Ceme, and Student ACIIYJlies Dr. Glo"a BundrOC~ - DlrE"lor 01 Health Service Mrs. Roben McMahon - Nurse Mrs. Virgin ia Wohaske - NUnle F.the, John RObbIns - Chaplain Falhor William Shannon - A$$Oclate Chaplain M,. Mary Simpson - Asslstanl to Ihe Chaplains Mrs. EI.lne erlgman - Olrecto, of Alhl.tlc. MISS Deborah Ka,calne. - Ass\. Director 01 Alhlellcs MISS Marla Pellognno - InatruClor MrlL F redica Ams tey - Co unselor Funcllon - Ih,s olllce wOrl"'" (116 min.) FIS 27 Apr. The Way W. Wo ... (11 a min.) , Film, ,0 listed will be shown In A-14 al Nazareth. All other IIIms al Nazarelh will be ahown In Ihe Main Avdllooum. All 111m ahowing' 81 Fiaher will be in e- 13.5. All mm showings: 7:30p.m. Films aro lroe lor sludents,lac"IIY .nd staff 01 SI. John Flshe, an~ Naureth colleges. Sandy & Cindy Kyle invite you to FOR LADIES & GENTS 707 ParI< Ave .. 'C&1I 271-2nO'Tue8-Frl 9:30-5:30, Sel 9:30-4, ClOSed Mon. Places to Consider compiled by Jam .. G",h8m Jr. and One Abba" Now 101 some expo,ure. The slaff has assembled some choice spots lor your leisure. Nazarelh studenls must _lize Ihere io abiQcltywilhln IheirranQeand iI oilers much. None 01 our IIsllngs ate lar f,om Naurelh and are well worth tha shon trip. They are all wllhln moat .t,,dent's budgets. Naz's traditional "w8terIn9 and eallng holes" m"'1 be PUI 8$lde lor Ihese wofthwhUe "'labllshmen~. We'd be curious on YOUI Impresaions once you've vlSlled our selecllons, B .... Whal I've done he,e i. broken our sele<:liona Inlo categories. Because everyone Is inlo dillerenl scenes. Talking: Miller's: 630 Pa,k Ave. My favonle. locale5. salads, sandw,ch., and beverages are deliCIOUS and '(~sh . No· 1111119 to dream aboul, bul a pe:lcel"l, ple .... nl d,nlng room. Cheapenough-a luncn would co, I $2.50, including b8Verage. Hours .re & lillie crazy. Mon.-Fri. f,om noon until whenever, bUI ottOI1 open paSI 8 p.m Ifs only a ten minute .. alk Irom Midlown Piau. ~nd the dress Is casual Clla,lIe's Frog Pond ... 652 Park Ave. Chuck's Is II neweomer 10 Roeh8llter'a chic Park Avenue area. The menu oWel'8 101501 neal thing. 10 Iry oul, and the 101'" are nice. The prices won'l leave you squirming, but I can'l call It cheap. This one opens early lor breakfast and cl0$9S ea,ly 7 p.m. Mon . ..sat. and 9103 on Sun. Try a bus ride down E'asl Ave. and Ihen hop oul and walk down Park Ave. into Midtown. The neighborhood la I,;endly and Ihls area offers more Ihan mosl. Cale la' Crepe ... 511 East Main SI. oor. 01 Main 81. E. and Ha.g8 Atley (near Ihe wtman Theate,) A shocking diocovery. Recently opened-Ihe firs I attordable French reataurant. Cmpes are the highlighl, bul soups, Quiche, all '0018 01 II hie charmers are present. Nicewine Ust. and 8 stall lhal offers more respect and lalent than allY place I've been In ROChester. COSt: S5.00 will buy 9nouo" 10 fill Iha mosl specious o'ullon. Dp8l\ lor lunches. dinner, and lale night snacking unlll midnight, bul cheel< belore you venture Phone 454-4934. HOOSier BIII·8. .. 213 Monroe Avenue. II's "nbeatable. The manu chang&:! dally. but 110memade bread and paalry ate conslslently excellenl Custome", serve themselves, 9latt proltlde.s axplanallons .nd greal conversallon. This place i, unprelentlous and "lIllar above Ihe nOrm. Pnces ara steeper, bul aok aboul hall orders, servings are very gen' erous. Beer a.nd wine, al well as teas. Hours a,e I t Iii 2:30 lor lunch; 4:30 III 8:00 lor dinner. Their mono; It you can eal beller al your hOuse, we'll mell1 you Ihere. Fox's Deli. TOdd Mart Plaza. Fox'slla complele kosher delHhatlnclvdes p .... Iry. Sealing .. 8\1811able, pnces are normal, and It', very crowded 01\ Saturday mornmg. But If. good, and clo*, to Na:z', campu • . Open early lor breakfut clowd, but closes by 9. Smllty's Blrdland ... 422 Genesee SI. Smitty's Is a nighl 'POI. Food Is Simple, price is cheap, people ate down 10 88"h. The menu eons isis 01 plale& of ch leken, or shrimp, or ribS. Th_ come gar· nished with macaroni saled and bre.d and buner. Open Irom$p.m.dallyunIl13 a.m. weekda\lS and unlil 4 a.m. _ .... kends. Closed on Tuesdey. Give II 8 try aller a nighl 8t Checnos or something .'ong lhat line. M.ria· . ... On Broad St. near Brown St. Th,s Isan unusual enllly. l.dd It be<:eus& II 1& considared lhe only good Mexican reslaurantln Rochesler. Tna menu is in Spanish, and Ihe lood Is greet. I wilt gladly accompany anyone to Ihls ealery ,I they will only lranslate Ihe menu fo, me' The Germal\ H.u . ... 315 Gregory SI. A lJery spirited German Tavern The menu oilers bOlh German and American food , but the beer and wine are dellnllely a step beyond Genny eroom-.Ate. An _ pecially lively place 10 eal. Dance noor aTld music provjde space lor the usually enlhusiastle crowd to dane!>, drink and sing .'ono. Opens fOI lunch, and then slays openuntlI2a.m. Drop bywhenyo" wanl 10 leel a crowd that is orienleP IS pan 01 I~is establishmenl. The16's Ihe co-op 100d slora, and inlormation eenter loaded with ,dees In allemallve I1I8$tyl~. The place never fails to Interest me. Open dafly from 11 :31)..2:30; 5:30-8'00. Students Respond to Community Center By MARY KAY QROW Nazarelh sludents have adopted a gusrded and W1\II-on-see aldtude aboul 111& Impact Ihe new community center wIll have On campus life. This Is Indleated In 8 Inlormal survey ot ""Idenl slUdenlS and commUlllrs. The inlllal nOlielly 01 tile new eenler Is dlS*Ppeanng, and sludent. are anxious 10 U$Q lhe laclllll .... Mos( of them have laken the customary tour ol.he building. Here are someol Ihelr ImpressiOns "1 Ihlnk irs a real mllestona lor Nazareth" .... Id Sue Meylor, a senlot 01 Watertown, N.Y. I think it has stimulated a new splrll among .he students." "/ think Ifs definllely good" says Karen Harkentider. senior Irom ShOrts· ville, N.Y. "'I'm glad' was her lor Ihe 111$( year. Bull just wcnderhow they're going 10 pay lor It" Some students think thay have the answer to Iha. quasllon. Sophomore MillY Pot O'Brien 01 Penfield says, "Now I know why our tulUon was ral.ed." Commuler studen.s vol~ 8 different complain I. One commutel commenlS. "U S$&11)1 the center is CAlerlng 10 the nee~. 01 only Ihe msldenl sludent .. Why Is Ihe caleteria closed between the houl$ 01 threeIhlrty and live O'ClOCk? Mosl commuter .tud&nl$ wllo have elasses In the afternOon like 10 come to Ihe calelerla for a cup 01 col1ee rhen: MOlher commuteragreea Ihat there Ia a scheduling problem, bUIShe'S hopei "I thaI It 1$ only temporary. "I think Ihlngs will be ~e"er lor the commuter Sludenlll when IhlS pl8ce really gets roiling" she $8.y$. "lI'e got to bring the sludents logether." Bill Coughlin, a senior of Roche.ter. has a slmllaroulloo~ . ""m really high on this place." he I5lIYS. "Nollhal I think it will draw any more aludenll, because I dO!,' Ihlnk It will. But t thln~ Ifs really nice lorthe ones already here. I jusl hope Ihey'li take care 01 It." Though .Iudents areexc/ted about Ihe new eenler, some have Ihelr doubts. Mary Costello, a .enlOrol Sodus. ssys, "I Queatlon whelMr II was n~ry 10 build SUCh a lavish building lo'r Nazarelh." But many leel as Terry Valla, a 58nlor 01 Rochester. "lfS aboul rime." Shults Center Programs Defined 8y ANNE FAY A 20Ih CenlUI)' slruelura. designed lor diversity. planled oenlralty admist Iha calm and tradlilon 018 prevloualysettled campliS. construcllon 01 Ihe 0110 A. Schulls Community Cenler 81arted In Augusl 1975. Thirteen monrh$ and 156.000 bricks later. II's virtually compiele. The bricks are "English Running Board" m8!Ched to those 01 Nazarelh's original buildings. The cenrer heu ..... a 2S-meter pOOl. containing 195,00 gallons 01 water and e~l)lpped wllh one-meter and IhreemeIer diving boards Only one drawback gl"s ... no halrdryera In Ihe locke r rooms I The outs landing feature or the new mulllfaHh Chapel I. a wide vertical win· dow positiOned above Ihe alter ctea.ing a "clatestory" eNecr-eflSl sunllghl boun""" oH the back walt diffusing 10 make a skylight alop 01 Ihe aller. Mary SImpson a Protaalanllaywoman h'" become asslslanl to the chaplains and Is leading Proleslenr $6rvices. Tile new gym hao backboards t~al rise eleclrically and electriC scoreboards. A ''Weighl-masler maChIne" wllh 16 Blatlons of physical fitn_ and weight Iralnlng will be 'oc.aled In an activities and exercl$& rOOm. The co-ed sauna strareglcally loealed emld pin~ aM blue locker room. has only ~tlpulat.on ... balhlng sultsl According to Elaine engman. dIrector 01 alhletlcs, "The types or programs offered are an unllmlled range. -Programs will include volleyball.bs$ketMlt, badmln!Qn, swim relays, Innertube water polo. Frisbee, lenni, tournaments. lable tennis. billiards 81ld any TI1E O~EANEIl SEPTEMBER,1976 other actlvilies students IndIcate an 1,,lerest in: ' Job-orienled activities Include Ilfesav· lng, watar "'ety Instruclion, scuba and volleyball-ba,ketball olflclatlng. InlercoiJegl.re leams lor women Include lennis, volleyball, besketball and 'OOn 10 be swimming. A men'. baskelball and swimming club Is in lhe making, geared roward Ihe Int.rcollegiale level, A co-ed volleyball team on club basi. also is In Ihe works Greg Evan • . lhe new dlreclol 01 student aCllvlll~. has COme up Wit/l a liSt 01 new program. 10 be provided al Ihe eenler such as lhe followIng, NICKELODEON THEATRE - Lun, hour Illms programmed two or three days a wee~. Admission SC. e.g.: Charlie Chaplin series. OPOrls, educationar IIIm~. sllenllilm •. COFFEE HOUSE SEAtES - Sunday nile Coffee Houses. each Sunday, 7 p.m.-t I p.m .. Irse admission. live enlerI, linmenl, leaturing .tudent lalenl: coflee. chIli. snacks seNed. Possibly selVed each week byvanou$ Depanmentallaculty and staH. THEME PAATIES - SOCIAL ACTIVITIES - Varlou •• ociel acrlvJtles developed and programmed alrer. panlcular pe,'od. season, andior event, e.g.: English Publ Nlte, A nile 61 the Union. Bowery Nile. Guineas Book 01 Records Nlte. Chlislmas Celebration. Valenllne Day Massacre Party, 50s Parry, Basic Mixers. CABARETS - Sponsored weekly in Ihe new.neck bar (Cabsre' Room) leaturing Various cullural groupe: J8.Z2, theatre, comedians, muslcial1s-6Iudent, raculty, sl8ff. local and naliOnal enlertalners. DINNER THEATRES/RECEPTIONS - Sponsored In cooperation with the Arts Canler, Dinner Theatres mighl be deve· lope9nltlOn Ihrough hiS accompli.hments In Ihe field or pubhe aCCOlJn I iog, He salVed on many educallona' and corporare governIng boards Including Ihose of SI. JOM F"her College and Aquinas Inslhul6, He headed fund drive. lor many causes .lnd was ~n\l'olv6d In numarous. business. culrur,,1 or social orgsnllBa Irons, Otto A. Shull. played a ~ey role In Ihe deelsion 10 build lhe new community c~mler Dr. Alice L. Foley, former presidenl 01 Nazarelh saId. "Tho decisIon was typical 01 hi, ,,,tonary. yel pracllcal approacn. On Ono hand he lelt the cenrer would help creale a Irue college communit)!, . dynamiC lor06 lor campus lile On many levelS which would make Ihe college more appealing 10 presenl and prospeclI, e Sludenta. "He also letl Il1e canler w01.l'd relieve Ihe ova,crowoing of our Arts Cenler, Ihereby assuring conlinued growth 01 SLlCh depanments as music. art, speeCh and lhealre. The 0110 A. Shults ~holarship Fund was al.o establiShed In hl6 namelO ma~e possible Ihe opponurrlty lor young people to conilnue lhe" stud~. .n tribute 10 a man who dIed Dec. 26, 1975, remembering thO$Q a part 01 NlI2erelh's past. Ihose hera roday, and Inosa to oome In the future, rha colloge communiry will 'dedicale Ihe Otto A. S~ull. CommunIty Cenrer with Mabel Perdue Snulls, wife of Ihe late Mr. Shulls and Nazarelh alumni. on Ocr 26, 1976. Don Potter is coming to the Arts Center This Saturday September 25 Park Avenue Book Store' ·Ono blo>ek lrom ea.1 AY9nue" 360 ParA Av~ (Ota.frrdSt.) 271-6120 ,J •• , .N#1't 'UI,IN Tues,-Sat. JlJO-9°° Sun 1°°-5°0 c I. ~ C a o ir ::Iit.t'l t.Mttttt. l!Ot$ THE GLEANER PAGE SEllEN Saga New Overseer of Book Store 8y NANCY CONWAY Patched on whal was lalor to become a RU$Scr.h card .tand, Bltl PhelpS enIhusla$ lically dlseuS$<)(! hi. plans fOrlhe emerging ,nack bar, pub "I'd campus books lore, in Ihe new 0110 Snulis Communi( y Cenler, All ollh .... will be runby SAGA, Ille company thai operates the cafeteria The new bookstore In .he basement 01 .he cenle' will really .mprOya 1I1e qualllY 01 c.ampus IlIe, says "helps, hQad 01 SAGA- We'll be slocking ilems like foOd Includmg peanulbuller and Jelly, Olher munch4es. PePSi, I"e New York Times. a. well .s olher newspapers and magalin .. , he .ays, I\116r 8 new $1500, lapedeck 'ys1em, ~ayed lor by Undergrad. Tidbits Is free of charge column. It Is here to help you SELL, BARTER. OR COMMUNICATE Why drink beer oul 01 Iweety glasses w~.n you can drink oul o( 0 handmade C91amlC mug? Why use mas.s produced plesllcpois lor your planlswhen you ean na,e a beautiful, unique, clay hanging planlor..obla,nad tot reasonable rales· from a lalonled hard working Naz ao1 malor7 Drop by lhe potleryshop fA-I40) or Med. ,lie 321 (SB8--99261 and aak 10 r Nancy Anne Tucker. Sile. colol. shape ano prices all lIe,lble, Would Ine girl whO reC.,,,ed Ihe Aca· demlc Fonum 10Ider 110m Karen Brusso la,., May-allhe tas' Undergrad meeting- I pl ..... ''''' Joann<> Kelsch"l Box 299, O'Connor 11. Room 125. II an von. nas any in'ormaHon regardrng the location 01 this 10lder, please conlacl Joannal Wanted. Sludenis interested In reao· Ing lor a ,i.ually ha~dicapp~~ "udenL If lnlerested contact Te(ry Muise, Kearney Hall. Room 134 Box 420 Ride needed: Daily. To and from SchOOl. I 'eaye Barrington SI. (park Ave.-ElLS' Ave, areal. Will snane usual, Please call 27 1 -6 \86. Needed: Volunteer (ufor to work Wllh 22-year-<:>ld male For reading, Conlact Collins House, 442-6562. BeIWeen 9:00 " .m and 11$ p m N,*dad: Dayllme babY-$ltter One lull day a week, Two boys, four and on6. Own car preferred but can prolJlde Irans· poralion. Call 381-7367, Wan led: Nazarelh ROSIer design. Must pSflal11 to Na2areth. For in(orm&Hon COnlacl JOll6ua Kenny Box 301. O'Connor 1,129. Deadllne-Oclober 1, Ten dollars I¢r tlnal selection. Seen our "NEW LOOK" at the CAMPUS STORE? Magazines, Cards Gifts, plants and T.V. Guide Too! Art Exhibit Cancelled Senior Artisan$ Riled 8y ED OLDFIELD The antlual 59,"or art exl1ibills being canceled this year aM a number 01 genion; are upsel SiSler Magdalen LaRow, departmenl ChAirman. said Ihe exh~btt w.U be replaced by a siudenta"exhlbll10 inClude Ihe works of artlsls In all four classes. Seniors who objeCt to Ihls arepelillonlog lor two shows-one tor senio,s Ihls year a"d the second lor sludenta in the other craues Tnere were two sl,Jch shows lasl yea,. A group of sentors mel with SISler Magdalen 10 discuss Ihe mailer The senior art exhlbll has been held In Ihe spring Md Included dl.play of works of gradualong ao1lslS Sosler Magdalen lUrid Iha department decIded 10 drop the show beginning Ihl$ year for sEWersl masons' By Sp'IflO, Ihero w/ll Oe only aboul 40 seniors, many of whom will be sludentteaching Ihls fall and wIll be unable 10 produce cur(enl watk. WOlk~,hown in lasl yeal's~'udent3how are nol ello'bie lor showing IhlS year, A:ssumlng that $t}/)IOI'3 "lIS year an· lered Ihelr besl work as juniOrs 'n last year's show, Ihey would nOI have suHIClenl Quality wOr\( 101 a 0010 senior ."ow, This would make Ihe senior ""hlbit a necessBryily smell show. e8C'llJSe 01 Iha scheduling 01 olher shows, a small senlot snow wourd have 10 be .at Immed'alBty MI.r Ihe studenl exhIbit SUCh a Show would be anllcllmacllc and perhaps 1'101 as well produced In tMe immedlale wake of a mue:h larger exhlb,lion, In any case, S'sl.r Magdalen SBid, a !ludenl show would hlghlignl the worl< ¢I Ihe senior anl.~($. S/SI8( Msgdsltln LaRo'" The seniors maintain tllal many lun- 101'$ held back lhelr besl work 18$1 yeal, hoping to place it in 8 senior show Ihi. yea.r. II Ihls 1$ so, Sister Magdalen responded, and if Ihere i. a majority 01 seniors who want a show, and If Ihere Is .utllCienl qualilY WOD:, then a show for seniors will be scheduled. However. sllch 8 sen lor show thisye.at wOuld be 'he lest Theroatrer, Inore would be only a lull sludenl show eaCh year. SIS lor Magdalen said. Suo Maylof raising pol'" al Und6frJ,ad mHllng, PhOIO by .M'~_n B.rnas. '! PAGE EIGHT Acting Company at Naz for 5 Days Arnold WoskMs "The Kllchen" and Congreve'. "The Way 01 Ihe World" will be perlormed by Ihe Acllng Company 81 Nazarelll Arts Cenler on Friday end Saturday, Ocl. I and 2 8! 8:30 p.m. The Friday nigh I perlonnence of "Tha Kllchen" m8rks Ihe opening 01 Ne.z.ar" lh'$ 1978-n season. The 1W0 plays. contemporary on Friday nighl and classical on Salurday nigh I, oHer a splended repenory showC3se lor !hls talented prolesslonal enumble. Wosker. whO worked os 8 p&lIlry cook In &Overal r&8(aoranlS. _ the kitchen 88 a metaphor for man's socl., condlUon. Thu&. membera 01 the Actjng Company will be playing cooks, chats, wal- 1f$$S8S and kitchen worl, an engraving penefl to mark you, per· >e sona' propeny and a bOOk In wh'ch 10 Ie record any id'entificati¢n numbers on I your property. In. ·'An Ide"liflC3lion number, such as a XI .erial number alfllAdy on Ihe ObJect. or~o, your Soc.al Seeurlly numboretched ,nlo I" the ob)eCI lIIed wilh us will locale IhO,h. aniCle it (ound, and lrace II back, even "ea Itlums up in Alaska" Says Jim Panerson Ill, "ead 01 Prolecllve Services. 0 Vou can mark any 'Iems rangln9 trom e your toolhbrusn loyour stereo, anything er 01 spec,al interesL bicycles especially. The program has been e.panded sinCE tast year. Anatha, engraving penc.1 has been purchased and is available &1 the security desk In Kearney dorm alte hours. Til" Is to permll sludents unabl 10 obta.n the malerlals dU'109 Ihe day to do so during the evenmg hours. Anyone de.lring 10 use the ()f09 tar may Inqulr. In Ihe Protect/ve Sevice Oll,ce, SmYth 25 Irom 8 a.m. 104:30 p.m or al Keamey desk Irom 4:30 on CAN YOU BELIEVE IT? WE EVEN SELL Peanut Butter and Jelly!! Nazareth CAMPUS STORE?