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THE GUN - University of California, Irvine
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE
VOL. 5/ NO. 12/ TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1972
STUDENT FE's UNDER THE GUN
by tim Stephens
asuci vice-president for administration
On this coming Thursday, November 9, the Irvine Division
of the Academic Senateis going to meet. They will be meeting at 3 p.m. in Social Science Lecture Hall.
One of the items buried deep in their agenda is the consideration of two opposing reports and attached recommendations concerning the Student Recommended Faculty
Program (SRFP).
During this past summer an ad hoc committee of the
Senate wasestablished to review theSRFP withinstructions
to produce a report and a recommendation for action. This
committee was composedof three faculty andone student.At
the conclusion of the committee's deliberations it was found
that aneven split existed in the committee,one side favoring
revision and the other termination.
Whatever the Academic Senate decides on Thursday will
only he in the form of a recommendation to the Chancellor.
The faculty will have to make a decision Thursday as to
whether or not they wish the students to continue to exercise
the power of recommendation over two percent of theIrvine
faculty. Three years ago, when this program was instituted,
it was indeed one of the most innovative and ambitious
programs to be found anywhere in the country in theareaof
student participation.
The program has had to face andsolve many very difficult
problems during its existence. As director of the program
last year,I
encountered more problems thenIever expected.
But these problems were for the most part solved.
Last year we succeededin our attempt to involvemore students in the program. Last year we did succeed in recommending a list of candidates whom we felt would add to the
educational experiencethat the students of this campus were
to receive this year. Last year as director Isaw areas in
which the program could be strengthened and perfected
proceduraly. Last year the cooperationbetween the administration and the ASUCI came together and allowed the
program to be as big of a success as it was/is.
Ihave a personal commitment to the Student Recommended Faculty Program. Iknow that Ishare this commitment with the students and faculty who worked on the
program last year. Ibelieve that this commitment is also
shared by the student body at large.
This is not the time for wild accusations to be hurledback
and forthbetween the peoplefavoringcontinuation and those
supporting termination. Iask andinvite those students who
are serious about the program and its future to attend the
Academic Senate meeting. Ialso ask that any student who
does attend the meeting will conduct him or herself in a
courteous and rational manner.
We have a problem before us which demands resolution.
We shall have that resolution and when the dust settles the
decision will be made in our favor.
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Thanks to Governor Reagan,UC
students will be paying the $100
per quarter educationalfee again
next year.In June, he vetoednewly-appropriated monies to
eliminatetuition at UC.
"We did institute tuition for the
University," explainedReagan in
a.June 22, '71,speech to SanFrancisco's Commonwealth club. "It
was a long and bloody battleand
the administratorsstill won't call
it tuition, but it is
in fact,
tuition. It seems to me that it is a
sensible taxingpolicy toask those
who benefit most by a service to
pay at least a portion of that
service."
Most UC students can easily
afford the cost of tuition. According to data from last year's Student Resources Survey, 73% of UC
students are ineigiblc for financial aid.65% come from families
with a median income of $18,500.
Bui for thousands of other low
and middle income students
both those presently attending
and those academically-qualified
—
to attend UC tuition is a burden.
It wasn't supposed to be. When
imposed by the Regents, it was
generallyunderstood, but not promised, that the hulk of tuition
revenues should help students
with financial need. Instead, the
Regents have diverted the monies
to replace Reagan's slashes in the
...
UC budget. Presently,nearly 70' i
tuition revenues lurid new
projects and
purchase'lah supplies and equipment the 'r versilv savs is necessary. Res,,.,: tuition seems to
of
(he
construction
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XJCI Health Center brings
Students better medical care
by robert geskin
If you don't give a damn
about your health, no one else
will! You have a fantastic
opportunity in which you can
maintain and improve your
present health at UCI. It is the
Student Health Service. The
center is located just off Campus Dr. in front of Verano
Place. The phone number is
833-5301. The center is open 24
hours a day, and a nurse is on
duty in theemergency room at
all times. Doctors are available Monday through Friday
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
When a student comes to the
health center, heor sheis seen
first by a doctor in the general
clinic. Then, if the doctor feels
that it is necessary, the student will be referred to an
appropriate specialist. Dr.
.J.R. Erskine Morden. who is
the Assistant Director of the
Student Health Center,spends
most of his time in the clinic.
He answers questions
concerning the center,
handles complaints, and fills
in where needed. The clinic
has the equivalent service of
four full time doctors. The
most common illness seen at
the clinic, according to Dr.
Morden. is an upper respiratory infection.
The nursing staff, which includes twelve R.N.'s and one
L.V.N.. is headed by Mrs.
Norma Grundy. Mrs. Grundy
is kind, sensitive, and is a
person with whom it is easy to
talk. The night nurse is onduty
1
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Dr. Kidd. who takes can1 of
the athletes, is in chargeof the
orthopedic staff. He told me
t hut many of the students who
participate in the Intramural
sports program arc very
poorly conditioned. "Student
should play a little at first and
' I' I I I' ■
by fred kaplan, uci student lobby annex co-director
be partly responsiblefor IJNMKT
despite the repealedurgings ofthe
SBPC, the Regents have refused
Student financialneed.
How great is this UNMKT stutoinvest the $100,000 UCB's finandenl financialneed?
aid office feels is required to
cial
Kslimalescompiled by theSBPC accurately determine the extent
& HKW's San Francisco office
range from $4.2-$10 million. But,
from 3 to 11 p.m.and isusually
Joyce Mueller.
Another important member
of the staff is Dr. Leonard
Lesser, who heads the psychatric staff. The stall' provides about 100 hours per week
of cure. Mot tip - beat the
after midterm's rush. Thesessions with the psychiatrist are
confidential. They are not entered on the student's record
at the Health Center, and the
notes are destroyed at the end
of the year. Dr. Lesser says
that the most common mental
health problem at UC1is loneliness.
of UNMET financial need at UC.
However, one very limitedstudy.
L
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assessing only one source of
UNMET need onone campus, has
been completed (his quarter at
1KB. There, financial aidofNeers
calculatedthe difference between
(he demonstrated financial need
of financial aid recipients and the
actual monetary assistance awarded to them through tuition
deferments, work study, etc.
From this course alone, UCR's
UNMKT need presently is $1.5
million.
Bin what about those l.(.
students who need aid and were
(umed away for lack of funds?
Because no records are kept, it is
very difficult to estimate the
extent of UNMKT need from this
source. "We stopped taking applications for student financial aid
Auk. 15. We werebroke," explains
Jules I.ee. LJGI's financial aid
officer.
Also, the UNMET need of
persons who are academically(
qualified but fail to apply to I
no
financial
aid
funds
because
are available for (hem has never
been computed.
Many ask what's happened to
Ihese students whocouldn'tobtain
the proper financial aid. Were
they forced to drop out of school?
Enroll elsewhere? Can students
achieve satisfactory grades when
they arc forced into hardship
situations because oi inadequate
financial aid? Is I ( a school for
upper income individuals alone?
And what will happen il tuition
revenues can't be used lor new
continued on page 3
build up slowly." said Dr.
Kidd. He added that the athletic department would be
happy to set up fitness programs for those who are interested. Orthopedists are
available from 1 to 4 p.m. on
Mondays. Wednesdays and
Fridays.
Dr. Thompson; who rounded
the contraception clinic, is in
charge of the OB-Gyn. staff.
There are three gynecologists
at the center 'this year. The
contraception clinic consists
of lab work, a Pap smear, a
gyn. exam, and a group session with a doctor and anurse.
A coed can then obtain a prescription for birth control.
There is presently a $15
charge for the contraception
clinic.
Another area in which students pay for services rendered is the dental clinic. Thedental clinic is headed by Dr. Zimmer. There are ten dentists
who work at the clinic, and all
practice within the community. There is also an oral
surgeon who is on campus
once every two weeks, and
there are two dental assistants. The lees charged arc
the lowest possible rates.
Specialists are available in
dermatology. K. N.T., cardiology, and gastroenterology as well. If needed, the
costs to an outside doctor will
be covered. However, this
determination must be made
by a doctor at the Health
Center. Other departments
include an infirmary providing overnight care, a clinical laboratory, physical
therapy, x-ray, and a pharmacy 833-5304). The pharmacy is run by Walter Wine.
He told me that the pharmacy
tries to serve students with a
smile and with a minimum of
waiting. Ihave always found
this to be true. The pharmacy
is open until 4: 30 p.m. Thereis
a substantial saving on everything from prophylactics to
vitamins. Tetracycline capsules which cost up to 15-20c
outside cost 4 C each at the
pharmacy here.
iNow lor some additional
notes. The Student Health Advisory Committee is working
with the doctors at the Health
Center to bring the students
better health care. The members of the committee disseminate information about
the Health Center and collect
suggestions for improvement
from the students. There will
be short articles on health
topics forthcomingin the New
University. At the end of each
article, questions and the answers to those questions will
be printed The questions can
be about the article or any
health topic. Please address
questions concerning this
article or the Student Health
Advisory Committee to:
SHAC care ol Robert (a'skin.
103A Cumbre.
Irvine. Cal. <»2titi4.
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Group discussions center on
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theirsolutions. Students have the
opportunity t<> train to become
ombudsmen at the upcoming
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Wednesday, Novembers
each Tuesday.
Meeting. l'CI Mountaineering
Drama: "Dndine" See Tues.,
Club will meet on the third floor of Nov. 7.
the GatewayCommons from 7 to
Films: The French Department
10 p.m.Students, staff and faculty
will present French films in Soare invited.
cial Science Lab 140 from 12 to 2
Colloquium: ','Tqpological De- p.m.
gree in Nonlinear Partial DifIntroductory Lession: "Batch
ferential Equations" will be Computing on the PDP-10." an
discussed by Anthony Tromba. introduction to multiprogramassistant professor of math at UC ming will be presented to
Santa Cruz. Coffee will beserved students, faculty and staff in 346 of
at 3:30"«p.'m. in 488 Physical
the Computer Science Building at
Sciences, followed by the lecture 7 p.m.
at 4 p.m. in 550 Physical Sciences.
Admissions Officer Jim DunTuesday. November 7
Illustrated Lecture: "The Mexi- ning will comment and showDrama: "Ondine." ;i drama hy can Museum of Anthropology as a slides of his 13.000 mile sailing
JeanGiraudoux. in ;i new transla- Source of Art" will be discussed voyage in the 27' Jason at the
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be presented Tues., N'ov 7 National Museum of Anthropo Court at 8 p.m.
through Sat.. Nov. 11 in the Village logy and History of Mexico City at
Thursday, November 9
Theatre at 8 p.m. Admission for 4 p.m. in 12(i Humanities Office
Drama: "Ondine." See Tues..
I ('I students, faculty and staff is
Building.
$1: others. $2.
OmbudsmanMeeting: Meetings Nov. 7.
Meeting: The Christian Science with .lack Little, campus om- Psych Association, meets
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Organization holds inspirational budsman are held each Tuesday noon,
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Drama: "Ondine." See Tues..
Nov. 7.
"Introduction to the School of
Computer Science" will be
discussed by the UCI Parents Organizationin CS 174 at 7:30 p.m.
Seminar: "Some Studies of the
Chemical Production and the
Relaxabon of Vibrationally Excited Molecules" will be discussed by Ian Smith, professor of
Chemistry at Cambridge University. Kngland. at 4 p.m. in 101
PS.
Film: "Little Big Man" will be
shown at 7 and 9:30 p.m. in the
Science Lecture Hall. Admission
for UCI students is 49 cents: other
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When you go home on weekends
bring cans of cranberry sauce,
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Wednesday. Nov. 8.
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F'or graduate students pursuing
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Tuesday, November 7, 1972
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Tuesday, November 7, 1972
reasons other than those related
to Financial aid and I .('.building
programs, Many view tuition to
he double taxation.
"\\ here else do you pay twice for
such a widely recognized public
responsibility
education."
klioamm.
"Persons who benefit most from
police or lire protection don't pa\
twice for these services. So \vh\
shouldstudents ( lor public education)'.' Supposedly when one fjraduales from IC. he gets a higher paying job. And the stale
picks up money from Ihe additional taxes this job generates.
It's (tuition) really such a small
cost for the slate when so many
students' futures are at stake?
This year, the stale legislature
thought so too. On May 22, the
Senate, awarethat (he stale faces
quipped l'(Ts
as
Mill
FACT
OR
FICTION?
were
lieu <>f Hhe tuition monies.
a 125(1 million surplus in tax funds inagreed
;i
possible
to sponsor the Stuyear
this
and
Stlern
revenues
$2H..-) millionamend
si.so million surplus next year. dent lobby's
voted to Include in their version I11IM1I.
Later t licit week, the amenddI the "7:s '71 stale budget a $2<;.:>
s
pecifically
augmentation,
ment died in Hie Finance Commillion
designed to kill tuition at IT. In mittee. Stiern spoke with meafter
cliiinu so. the Senate overrode the the hearing. "You
" know what's
recommendations of its Finance really funny. he laughed.
Committee, which earlier "Every committee member
defeated the augmentation.And it who's a I'C graduate voted
All the
also turneda deaf ear to the stren- against the augmentation.
"
uous objections of one of its graduates of 'Podunk I votedfor
'power brokers,' the it."
"Dean" of the Senate and Chair"OP course, we're not finished,"
man of the Finance Committee. Stiern continued."We'll try again
when (oilier brings the budget to
Senator Collier.
the floor for the final vole."
With (he budget scheduled to be
How'd all this come about?
Last quarter, former UC Stu- senl to the Senate floor soon.Ouye
dent Lobby Co-Director Paul and Ibegan making the rounds of
Gassaway, Carney Ouye, stu- Capitol offices, discussing the
IC Davis,and I merits of the measure with indident lobbyist from I
legislators and their Admet with Senator Waller Sliern. vidual
Gassaway suggested that if the ministrative Assistants. Four key
Regents were offered an amount votes were Senators (Irunsky.
and (oilier.
of slate funds equal to the Stevens. Hehr
although
philosophiGrunsky,
revenues collected from the
tuition charge, they might he cally infavorof a tuitioncharge on
persuaded to utilize the slate those able to pay.didconcedethat
himjest
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tory. Senator Stevens' \\.Mrs.
Silvers, was sympathetic t<> the
abolition of tuition. Stevens,
whose district includes UCLA,
was up for re-election this year.
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Then. Collier stood up. Motioning I" the exit,he ushered me
across the carpel. At the door.
healthy puffy pink, hut (he jow Is
which hang below his jaw betray
his age. He directed me to the
louime chair beside his desk. A
ring of chairs encircled the paneled walls, and the Senator placed
himself on one. sitting very near
the edge. Alter commenting
favorably about a Black woman
graduate student from I (I.A.
who had urged his support for UC
EOP a few days earlier, he asked
what he could do for me.
I explained thai despite his
"Nay" vote in the Finance Committee, the UC Student Body and
Senator Sliern wanted to include
the $26.5 million in the budget on
the Senate floor. Once again, I
marie the case for the abolition of
tuition. Could the Lobby and Senator Stiern rely on his support?
Apparently. Collier wasn't listening too attentively.He replied
that he always did everythinghe
could for education. Then, during
the next ten minutes, he meandered thru the various educational bills he had sponsored. I
hoped to return to the issue in
question. But Collier proved the
better politician.Finished withhis
remarks, the look on his face suggested politely our discussion had
concluded.Still, he hadn'tanswered yes or no.
Quickly Itried a different angle. I
explainedthat many qualified JC
graduates in his district, desiring
to transfer to UC, might well be
unable to do so if tuition is not
eliminated. Being an election
year, many student voters would
like to know exactly which legislators favor a policy of tuition at
UC and Cal Stale Colleges and
separating his office from his
secretary's, the Senator pulled me
aside. "I hope you've learned a
lesson, young man." Removing
his linger from mj lie. he elevated his arm toward (he ceiling.
"Never play powerpolitics with
Randolph (oilier!" he declared.
Ileft, momentarily stunned.
As expected. (Oilier \oted
"Nay" on the floor. But. as
Finance Chairman, the "Dean"
sat (»n the Joint Legislative Conference Committee composed of
legislators who iron mil differences in the Senateand Assembly \crsions of the budget. He
voted lo retain the S2(i.."> million
augmentation in the budget
presented 10 Reagan. A reasonably tfood guy after all.
However, on July 'i(i. even with
the strong editorialsupport of the
urging
LOS WdKI.KS TIMES,veto,
an override of Reagan's
the
attempt to do so failed agonizingly by two votes. 25-13. Id's
SENAREPRESENTATIVE.
TOR CARPENTER, VOTED TO
CONTINUE TUITION
Whether or not the I ( Sludenl
Lobby attempts lo abolish tuition
once again will be determined by
YOU in this year's referendum.
Hiii to be successful in any endeavor, the IT Student Lobby
needs YOU. Positions as lobby
ists in Sacramento (applications
available until Nov. 11) and oncampus researchers, writers,
etc.. are open. Credit will be
arranged for all work.
Stop by the annex office. Trailer
503 behind 1111. KXi-7<>07.
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"We have to take
our flag back,
it is not Nixon's,
it is ours."
Jane Fonda
October 12,1972
"SOMETHING'S HAPPENING BUT YOU DON'T KNOW
WHAT IT IS, I3O YOU
MR. JONES"
-Bob Dylan
'... a peace that will
last more
than one
generation ...'
—Richard Nixon
wIt
am
occurs to me that I
America
Iam talking
to myself
again."
—Allan Guinsberg,
1956
Tuesday, November 7, 1972
NEW UNIVERSITY
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EDITORIAL BOARD
Lee Solow, Dave Wilson
Editors
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Managing Editor
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HUMANS FOR MCGOVERN
Richard Nixonwants "Pence w ithHonor."Hehashad
four longyears to attain this gloriouspersonali|uesl and
his results havebeen astonishingly successful! Yes. he
has brought home manyol our boys while leaving just a
small lore* behind in the bloody battlefields of that farforce happen to bejust
awa> land. Included in that small
20.1100 additional dead young Americans, 100.000 added
wounded, maimed and broken sons, and as an extra
bonus. 500 more POW's. These exlra l'OW's arcan illus1
trationof Mr Nixon's willingness to spend America to
war and "protect" the original POW's, rather
than bring everyone home at the cost of a possible"dishonorable peace."
Yes. the President's "peace with honor" plan has
been progressing smoothly. Bring a lew of our boys
home and replace them with bombs. Definitely much
more efficient lor the business of death, wouldn't you
stay at
agree"
Oh. those wonderful Vietnamese people that we areso
desperately trying to protecl from the evil and sinister
"Communism." Why. Communist government must be
a late worse than death, because that is what Richard
Nixon is dealing them. During the Nixon years over <>
million IndoChina people have been killed, woundedor
renderedhomeless It thenumberiimillionsounds familiar to you. it just so happens to be about the same
amount of life the lovable Adolf Hitler destroyed. Now,
you might say. "Well, killedand woundedthat's too bad.
but homeless, surely they can find anotherhome." But
the tact is. that Nixon has ordered the average of 300
pounds ot bombs dropped on each person You can
\\h;it
this has done to tin- soil of these kind-
dependent people mot to mention Ihill Nixon hitsull the
strong young workingboys out in the battlefield being
killed ;it ;i tremendous rate). Bomb craters Mil the
countryside.Have you ever tried to make yourlivingofI
oi .1 scorched, dead bombhole? And when the rains
come,as they always do. these craters will be Mlled with
jnescap.able water, jusl pevleel for the wholesale
breeding malaria spreading mosquitoes. Why the
Nixon planhits been so successful thaialmost 20' i of the
peopleoi Laos have incurable malaria.
Yes. tn hear him tell it. Richard Nixon's tremendous-
ly ingenious"Peace with Honor" planhas been working
quite well for him. So well, in fact, thai he \\ ;is almost
able to sweep the Viet Nam issueunder the politicalrug.
Bui how c;m you eraseover an additional 120.000 American lives lost and woundedin the name of Nixonpeace.
And. in addition, the ruined arid lost lives of over i>
million lndoChinese. They are people too, they feel as
much painas anyone when they see their entire family
destroyedbefore their eyes or feel Napalmburning their
very flesh and life away. This, however, is a meaningless sidelight to the President and his re-electorate,
lor thi' history hooks will contain a grand notation
saying that. "Richard M. Nixon didn't lose his war."
That's worth the destruction ol an entirecivilization. . .
don't you think'
Nixon's "Peace with Honor" Dragon gleefully dealing
death to the helplesspeople of Inrio-China.
POLITICAL
WHAT ELSE
Support your only say in faculty
appointments: save the student FTE
program. Come to the Academic
Senate meeting Thursday. November 9 at 3 o'clock in the Social Science
Lecture Hall.
CAN WE SAY
Today being election day. we have been
contemplating the prospects <>1 whetheror not touse our
voices to hi'lp George MeGovern becomethe President
ol thi United States. We have to say YES. Now before
you leave, young Nixons, please read what lias to be
said.
We don't see George McGovern as any type of saint,
we view him simply as an alternative, to Dick Nixon. We
know what has been done under lour years of Orange
County's favorite son. We have seen the economy go
from bad to worse, his wage and price controls are a
farce, lor one person togointo a market wit ha tendollar
bill and expect to buy food for a week is sheer fantasy.
The welfare system recently becameaneven greater
calamity In early October. Nixon rejected the Senate
compromise ol his August. 1969. plan to helphold families together b> rewardingthe very poorfor working. So
welfarealso remains an issue.
And ihen Hictc is I nited Stales foreign policy. The
-. ret plan ol reducing IndoChina to a vast wasteland
■.. : extremelyeffective.Now McGovern says thai
"
ted (he bombing will stop, there will be no
;
thi puppet regime and no more Vietwill be killed saving American face." Isn't
namese
"
it enoughto maki
»ider his options?Or is there
no feeling for the people ol IndoChina? Will we stand by
,\ atch RichardNixonuse the 35 millionVietnamese so
that he can subject his will on the 'jop, million ol the
Inited States
It is true that McGov tin has fluctuated his viewsconcerning amnesty, marijuana abortion, and his
SlflOO person year proposal He is honest and being
honest and winning political campaignsusually don't go
together. \s McGovern himsell said. "Politics is a
compromising business." So McGovern has had to
his
el;irif> inconvenient truths, in order to moderate
"
\iews. instead ol issuing those "secret plans.
\\ c urge a commitment to George McGovern; even il
lit; can't stop the skyrocketing prices or resolve the
welfare mess, .it least we won't add to the total ol 4.5
millionIndoChinese civilians killed, wounded, or made
homeless: or the 150.000 soldiers killed on both sides: or
the59 billiondollarsspent to insure "peace withHonor."
imagine
MECHA and the Chicano Pride Institute is sponsoring a canned food
drive lor the people of Santa Ana.
Give a little.
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Last chance to vote lor/against the
politician of your choice. Everything
after today is for at least two years.
Vote.
CALENDAR
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FRAUD
It's a Fraud
The growers conned people into signing petitions by
falsely claiming that it would lower food prices and
protect workers Secretary ol State Kdniund (i."Brown.
Jr i-alied this "the worst case of election fraud hehad
ever seen It's Anti-Labor,
Proposition 22 would bar (Mr, of the farm workers
from their own union It wouldeliminatethe possibility
ol harvest time strikesand out-law secondary boycotts.
\ bumper sticker saying "Boycott Lettuce" could cost
you $5,000 or (i year in jail. A vote against Proposition22
is a vote for worker's rights It's Racist.
Centuries ol racial discrimination have kept Mexican Vmerjcans in the lowest payingand least desirable
farm jobs. Sixty-nine percent ol all farm workers live
below the poverty li'»' Proposition 22 would cripple the
only organization that oilers Mexican-Americans' a way
NO
""VOTE
WORKERS!
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McGovern
Final Choice
Editor:
As an active supporter ol George McGovern on this
campus, Ihave recently become quite disgusted with a
Dear
small group<>l students v\ ho have indi\ idunlly dropped
by our tablefrom lime to time. These are people who, in
spite (tf the fact that they are for immediatetroop w ithdrawal from Vietnam, and are complete!) opposedlo
Nixon's policies, are nol voting for Senator Mc(io\ern
today, because thej are "disappointed" with him.
What has happenedis understandable up to a point.
George IVJcGovem came oil as some kind ol superman
during the primaries and convention. Some peoplehad
the idea he was pure, perfect, untouched b\ politics.
Well, after the Eagleton affair and a leu other unfortunate incidents, many woke up to the fact thai
Senator McGovern in reality is (gasp! ) a mere human
being -■ and human beings do occasionally make
mistakes^.
People have also finally realized the ob\ ions fact that
McGovern is a politician, and some have become
disillusionedbecause of this. However, it is a sad but
simple fact of life that in order tobecome a major candidate for the presidency and have any real chance of
winning, one has to play politics. George wants to win:
he won't accomplish a thing by going down in noble
defeat.And he's up against one of the most bizarre political machines this country has ever seen. Consequent-
Can You Set Your
Watch By a Bus?
Editor:
It has been pointedout by concernedstudents thai our
Transit District buses
release indie.Minn QrangeCounty
run on a hall-hourschedule (New University. October
:il i was not correct
The truth is. as anyone who stands and Wiiits can
attest,
the buses run hourly. My apologies 1<i ,ill who
by our error.
Waj ne (lark
Public InformationOfficer
have been inconvenienced
do things like appeal to Mayor
Iv. he must occasionally
—
Daley for support becauseif he doesn't, he can't win.
It's that simple. As one 1(1 McGovern worker put it,
"George McGovern is a dream, lull he's a realistic
dream."
No, George is far from perfect, and his campaign is
not spotless. However, it is still apparent that thereis a
world of difference between George McGovern and
Richard Nixon. DavidHarris expressedit quite wellthe
other day when he said. "If Ihave to choose between a
politician and a psycotic. I'll be damned if Idon't pick
Hie politician." But although tin' people to whom I'm
referring want to dump Dick as much as the next guy,
they're not voting for George because he doesn't quite
"measure up" to their grandioseexpectations; to them,
he's a "lesser of two evils."
Well, for all those self-righteous people, which is the
and vote
lesser of two evilsfor you: to "lower" yourself
lor someone you agree with "only" 98' " of the time and
against one of the most corrupl administrations in our
country's history,or to sit hack anddo nothing (in which
case you might as well vote lor Nixon) . and let our best
chance of stopping the
' Vietnam genocide slip right
through your lingers
<i;"'o
The choice is yours.
"'on Scop
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I'd
,
.,
reaffirm
the fte's
the Editor:
We would like to express our support for the student
FTE program because we share its ideal of student
participationat all levels of theeducational process. We
cannot help but notice that the student KTK committee
seems to be the only group( on campus committed to
affirmative action with respect to women. While we do
not think this is a matter that can be "left to the students." we arc not ignorant of the fact that the student
committee has provided an Instructive example of how
to implement an affirmative action programin the here
and now
We urge all Senate members to reaffirmthe commitment made to the student FTE committee in the spring
ol l!)(i!». It is tar too early to terminatethis educational
experiment
Women at lr\ iue
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November 7, 1972
The Need for FTE's
Must Be Recognized
In response1 to the current attempt by the Academic
Senate to eliminate the student FTE program,in which
studentshave the power to recommend for hiring 2' 1 of
the facultyeach year,members ofseveralof the studeni
FTK classes this quarter have writtenaboul theirclasses in the hope that the valueand need for continuing the
program willbe recognized:
History I31A, The Experience of History in The
Modern World, is a course in intellectual history being
conducted by Professor Sherry Weber, one of ten professors hired through theStudent FTE program.The class
is concerned with defining what types of experiences
characterize the modern world, the process by which
they evolved, and more importantly, how an understanding of this can be used by man to betterdetermine
his future. This is achieved, first, by studying the
experiencescommon to primitive man and how therise
of technology has tended to alterand even destroy these
experiences.Secondly, the students are encouraged to
relate their own experiences to the material studied, in
order to form a synthesis of ideas that wjll lead to an
understandingof theexperiencesof history,anditsrelation to both the present and future. Moreover, the class
is taught in an unpretentiousmanner that encourages
original thinking andthe free expressionof ideas. Quite
complimentary to this is Ms. Weber's insistence on the
importance of a high degree of class interaction and
participationin the learning situation.
In short. Ms. Weber has provided UC1 with an
extremely rewarding class in history apart from the
mainstreaminboth itscontent andinnovativehandling.
( entainly it attests to Ms. Weber's capability as a
professor as well as the value of the Student FTE
program. Howard Consienee
Erika "Ricky" Sherover. has turnedout tobeamajor
asset to the philosophy dept.The department has always
had an excellent reputation regarding its faculty personnel, and even though several of its outstanding members left this year (Gordon Brittin and Stan Munsat).
there is no doubt that this reputationwillremain.In the
past, however, the department has not always satisfied
the need for a comprehensive and diverse presentation
of philosophy in its many other important aspects.
Although the department has been strong in such fields
as History of Philosophy. Logic and Kpistemology.it
has scarcely touched upon such areas ol thought as
Existentialism. Phenomenology, and 19th century soc iapolitical philosophy. Thanks to a strong demand by
students, a personwhohas firmly establishedherself in
their field has now been hired, and this personis Erika
Sherover. Rrika attended bothBrandeis and I'CSI). and
was a student under that formidable proponent of the
Frankfurt school. Herbert Marcuse.
The classes that she's teaching this quarter are 19th
Century Philosophy and Philosophy of Social Theory,
bothof which Iam attending. So far. Erika has proven to
be immensely popular with the students and has especially impressed me with her thorough, meticulously
presented lectures and. enlightening discussions. It is
seldom that one finds such a philosopher who is gifted
with the ability to impart this very difficultkindof knowledgeto students. Erika is tentatively scheduled to teach
a class on the problemsol contemporary Marxism next
Canned Food Drive
Chjcano Pride Institute (a tutoring program here at
UCI) ;md MECHA are sponsoring a Canned FoodDrive
to help those families in the Delhi District of Santa Ana.
so that they may have something to eat on Thanks-
giving. When you go home on weekends, bring cans ol
cranberry sauce,corn. peas, etc., and leave them at the
CPO Trailer 901. There will also be (bod drops at the
Mesa Coifrt Commons everyday until Thanksgiving
weekend, starting Wednesday. November 8.
and then
Dear Kditor:
Dear
Kditor
looking for
For years the peopleof America havebeen
a candidate to truly represent all the people. As the
coordinators of youth for new politics, we have seen
many disappointing days. From the bloodydays of "68 in
the streets ol Chicago to the politicalsell-outs of the '72
conventions. We were by the failure of Gene McCarthy
in '68 and in '72 as we trooped through snows of New
Hampshire we thought we had a candidate that
— would
stand up as a manof the people in the spring and not
change in the fall. It's a pity George MeGovern had so
much promise, but oncehegot the nominationin Miami,
he dumped those whohelped him get thenomination.He
dumped the principles which made his candidacy so
viable.Idealism and principles fallby the wayside when
McGovern turned on his supporters during the South
Carolina delegate challenge in Miami.
Corruption continued to creep into the McGovern
philosophy when he appeared recently— in Chicago with
none other than Mayor RichardDaley praising him to
the rafters. Dick Daley! He's the guy who kicked the
anti-warmovement in submission. He's the guy whose
expulsion from the Democratic Convention was the
breath of fresh air we were all looking for. And up with
Daley was a guy named Kd Hanrahan. McGovern endorsedKd Hanrahan for State's Attorney in Chicago.
You rememberHanrahan. He's the guy who ordered
the raidon BlackPanther headquarterswhich endedup
in themurderof twoBlacks.He's the guyup for charges
on that raid. And now. unfortunately, he's the guy who
MeGovern had embraced to carry out the law in
CLIP THIS BOX
Laura Uddenberg
If you arc interested in preserving the student FTE
program,makeyoursentimentsknown to theAcademic
Senate. Sign the petition that is circulating on campus
and come to the next Academic Senate meeting Thursday, November 9, at :{:(tl) in the Social Science Hall.
(for reference at the polk)
Remember to use your vote wisely, j
If you don't understand a proposi- 1
tion, don't vote on that particular!
issue. You may regret it later if you j
vote for or against a measure with-j
out the knowledge of its implica-j
tions.
I
I politicians.
THE PROPOSITIONS
15. YES
! 39th Congressional District
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YES
8.
16.
1. YES
NO
JOHN. W. BLACK
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17. NO
9. YES
!1 4?nd Congressional District — BOB 3.2. YES
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10. YES
18. NO
YES
LOWE
11. YES
19. YES I
4. YES
! 70th Assembly District - TERRY
20. YES
i MOSHENKO
12. YES
5. YES
21. NO
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JAMES
13. YES
6. YES
71st Assembly District
!
14.
22.
NO
NO
7. YES
E. THORPE
esteem.
By now the youth of America should be tired of being
used as a politicalcommodity. We've heard all the big
time rhetoricabout the new reformedpolitics, but we've
only seena sickening sell-out to thecynicism of old politics. George McGovern and other pseudo-representativesof the peoplenoexception politics. Politicianscan't
beallowedto exist with theideathat "you can fool some
of the people some of the time, and young people all of
the time." It's time we united to do something about
!
it!!!
YouthForNew Politics wants your helpto put a stop to
this political"rip-off." At last we have an organization
with enough backing to makethe voice ofthe real youth
heard. And we won't sell you out. because we're all in
this together.
KODAK FILM PROCESSING
KINKO'S
does'
Of course you know who the New
University
supports for the PresiI
I dency of the United States but what
I about our attitudes towards those
I lesser elected offices. Here are our
I endorsements of local Orange County
The final betrayal of any sense of decency that might
be left in American politics came when George
McGovern called his recent meeting with L.B.J, "the
most treasured moment of my life." A true leader
against an unjust war would not placea manwhodirectedthe mass murderol millions inIndochina insuch high
at
students had not taken the initiative to attain her
services through the student FTE program.
David Ingram
We thi' members of Shierry Weber's senior history
project, feel that weare involved in a unique learning
experience. Her presentation of ideas reflects her
concern for our comprehensionot complex theoriesand
trends in modern intellectual history. We found the
subject matter difficult at first (Mareuse, Adorno. Benjamin. Reich, et all. but Ms. Weber's patience and
understanding of our individual problemshas helped us
relate abstract philosophies to our own experiences.
This approach to learning has been the key to our increasing interest in the class. Through class participation, we have achievedmutual trust, respect, andadmiration for one another,
Feminist theories of sex. politics and revolution are
the locus of Carol Mermy s Women's StudiesSeminarin
Social Sciences. While most professors in the University are still discussing the pros and cons ot women
opening their own doors, Carol is attempting to sort out
the predominant theories of feminism and In put them
intoperspective, Wehave readtwo books: Woman's Kstate by Juliet Mitchell, an attempt at integrating feminist and socialist theories, and The Dialectic Of Sex by
Shulamith Firestone, thebest articulation of theradical
feminist- position. The class is unusual in that it studies
women, but moreimportant than that, it treats theories
about womenin a serious analytic manner.
When women at I'('I proposed Carol Mermy as a
student FTE last year, they wanted a woman whocould
teach about women and their place and function in the
political econonTy. This quarter Carol is teaching two
classesabout women.The next two quartersshe plans to
teach the lower division introduction to Women's Studies again, plus an introduction to Marxist theory winter quarter and Capital spring quarter. Clearly she is
filling the need that women at I CM expressed last year.
It is hard to state exactly what separatesan excellent
teacher from the run of the mill teachers we usually get
here. While Carol is obviously academically competent
(the quality that department chairmen are always
looking so hard for) she also cares about what she
teaches andher students. She thinks like us. she understands what we want to learn. It has been my experience that professors like Carol are lew and far
between.Students can determinetheir owneducational
needs, and can best decide who could fill them. Carol
Mermey is a good example of a woman professor who
I
Chicago.
Next to Spritigarten in Town Center
quarter and in the Spring quarter she's scheduled to
teach a class onSartre. Although Ihave been morethan
pleased t<> expound the virtues of this line person, my
n .il intent is concerned with something far more important.The point Iwant toemphasizeIs that this person
and the classes she's teaching would probably not have
been available to students this year il concerned
833-3387
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SPEAKING FOR THE PEANUTS
WcGovern: "Snail we forget about saving face and begii
saving tne soul of our nation?" in Chicago, 10/10/72
Finkle: "Academic Image has replaced integrity
T000000 MUCH!!!" in ad, New U, 3/3/72
(remarks of other great losers and lovers
of great verities may follow)
THIS MORNING YOU GAVE
TO THE NIXON CAMPAIGN FUND
WHETHER YOU LIKED IT OR NOT.
Tne milk you drank this morning cost you more tnan it did in 1968. Part of this
in 1971 between Ricnard Nixon and tne major
inflation is due to a deal made
dairy interests. The result a price nike for you -more money tor tne dairies—
and over $1 million of dairy (your) money given to tne Nixon campaign fund.
source Wall Street Journal
VOTE McGOVERNpaid
Authorized and
YOU WIN
HE WINS,
for McGovem
tor by Students
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Tuesday, November 7, 1972
NEW UNIVERSITY
Sports Notes
barrassment of the athlete who performs poorly. After all. his performance is respectable.The mediocreathlete doesn't have to worry
about autographs to sign, TV endorsements, speaking at athletic functions or all of thoseotheruncomfortablethings that greatperformers go
through. Also, the mediocrepersondoesn'thave an image to liveup to,
except, of course, his mediocrity, and that's easy.
So don't letall of the propaganda fool you. Mediocrity is as American
as Mom and applepie. But previouslynobody has bothered to speak up
for these red-bloodedAmericans.
Even though many people have termed the performance of our
Olympic team "terrible," you and Iknow that it was actually fairly
mediocre. When Dwayne Bobick lost his heavy-weight bout he turned
out an amazingly mediocreperformance.In the finals, theU.S. basketball team also turned out a highly mediocre performance against the
Russians. Bob Seagren was mediocrein the pole vault. In fact, the only
person whodidn't turn in a mediocreperformance was Mark Spitz. But
why be angry, after all, we didfinish second, and everybodyknowsthat
when you're number two you try harder.
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I've often heard the Dodger's season termed "bad thisyear,but actually, their team was the same as it has been since the days of Sandy
Koufax— mediocre.The Rams are off to a good start, but most people
expect them to come down to earth and return to their usual mediocrity. Incase youhaven't —noticed, the worldof mediocrity has anunexpected addition this year the Lakers. With Wilt Chamberlain out of
shape, Jerry West getting old. and Happy Hairston's turnovers, the
Lakers might be able to out mediocrethe best of them.
After all. in an age of RichardMilhous Nixon, AveryBrundage, and
Spiro T. Agnew, whocould hope for more than mediocrity? So the next
time you play intramural football, tennis, ping pong or get a "C" on a
test, and add to the worldof mediocrity, be proud thatyou are part of
America.
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This week Idecided to dedicate my column to mediocrity. After all,
you've seen a lot of sports columnsdedicated to perfection.There have
also been many articles done on subpar performances. But how many
articles have you seen that discuss mediocrity?
Let's admit it. when a columnist discusses athletic perfection most
peoplefind it hard torelate to, and whenthecolumnist discusses sub-par
athletic performances people don't want to relate to it. However,
mediocrity is something that a student can really relate to.
Just like a lot of other people, athletes turn out mediocre performances. For many athletes mediocrity is easy to live with. The
person whohas performed in a mediocremanner doesn't have to worry
about the hassle of being popular or the embarrassment of being
terrible. As a result, the mediocre athlete's life doesn't change
radically. He doesn't have to go through the criticism and the em-
Bruins Nip Anteaters
In Polo Spectacular
Gymnastics
Come and try a gymnastics work' out at the weekly meetings
of the gymnastics club. The club meets every Thursday
evening,7: 30-9: 30. in the combatants room in Crawford Hall. It
is absolutely free. Come one and all.
FORUM
SPORTS
Cross Country
Theannual Intramural Cross
Country meet will be held today with the starters gun
scheduled to sound at 4 p.m.in
the track stadium. The finish
line will also be in the track
stadium.
Entries lor the meet will he
accepted 'up till the starting
time. Both men and women
are encouraged to participate
and all participants are urged
to arrive early for warm-up.
Remember. 4 p.m. TODAY in
track stadium (and don't
What can you say about a water polo team that is leading the
forget
the turkey trot coming
number-one-ranked UCLA up until the last three minutes of the up
November 2)
game, then somehow blows the whole deal? Well, if you ignore
those final minutes, they deserve nothing but praise (and since
Badminton
this article is biased, let's give it to them).
Entries
for men's and wosometime,
squad
you'll
Take a look at the Anteater
and
be
singles are
men's
badminton
surprised at the number of new faces; that is. if you ever knew
will
tourney
due
TODAY.
The
what the old faces looked like. CoachNewland's team has gone be held Friday, November 10.
through drastic changes since conquering the Bruins and the
from noon until completion.
NCAA title two years ago, and although this new team is No
expertise is necesyounger and less experienced, they are in Newland's opinion, saryspecial
just desire
participate,
to
the best team he's had the privilege to coach. No longer are
pair
perhaps
and
a
of tennis
thereone or two superstars who must support the teamvictory shoes.
Entry
blanks
are
availrecord as well as overall morale. This year the Anteaters work
Office.
able
in
the
Recreation
as a unit, showing remarkable defense skills and the ability to Room 1328, Crawford Hall.
outswim their opponents.
The Recreation Department
So you may ask. "Why, near the end of the first half of" last will provide racquets and
Friday's match, did UCLA have a comfortable 2-0 lead? One
reasonis Bruin Kurt Krumpholz who sneaked in an astounding birds for the tournament.
backhand shot, catching super goalie Guy Antley off guard,
Golf Doubles
which is rare. Practically the only way to stop Krumpholz is to The Coed
entry deadline for this
foul him. forcing him then to pass the ball to a teammate. year's Intramural Doubles
Perhaps that's why UCI accumulated 10 fouls so quickly
Golf Tourneyis drawing near!
resulting in a Bruin penalty shot and another goal.
tourney, in which both
The
later,
Then UCI took off as seconds
UCLA fouled for the tenth players
hit tee shots and then
time. Irvine's Bruce Black (Mr. Arm) put in a penalty point for
alternating
take
on the
this team, thus sparking a hot streak that lasted two more quar- best ball, will beshots
at the
held
by
Boyd
ters. More skill from the UCI team was displayed
pitch
Newporter
putt
and
Inn
Philpot. who not only played effective defense, but also tied the
days of play are
course.
The
by
score popping in a backhand with two guards on top of him. Thursday. November 16. and
During the third quarter UCI was all over the pool. It started
—
Friday. November 17. Each
with Bret Barnard capturing theball for UCIon the spring for team plays
nineholes of golf at
the third time in a row. Then it was Bruce Black making a
choosing. After
of
a
time
their
daringsteal and outswimminghis guard all the waydown court
completionof your round,sign
with the ball before finally passing it to teammateBernard. A
it at
truly unselfish move, Bruce: especiallysince Bernard whipped your scorecard and leave
Simple!
the
starter's
office.
it in for another point. The Bruins couldn't get anywhere with
are available now and
Tom Boughey and Jack Dickmann putting on unceasing Entries
by Tuesday. November 14
due
pressure. It wasDiekmann's passes and Boughey's tireless fast
Office.
breaks that moved the ball down to scoring position. Unfor- in the Recreation
If
tunately.Boyd Philpot and Jim Kruse had some bad luck on a Room 1328. Crawford Hall.
you
(you only
don't
have
clubs
lew shots near the
end of the quarter. Suddenly the penalty need one or two irons and a
— ten
buzzer sounded
team fouls on Irvine gave Krumpholz
putter) the Newporter Inn has
another chance to score.
The score was tied 3-3 at the start of the final quarter when clubs available at a nominal
Bret Bernard won the sprint again. UCIhad theball as fen team fee.
fouls
called on the Bruins, so Bruce Black fired it in again
- andwere
the Anteaters wereahead. Keen huh? UCLA was sweating it out with the clock. No Bruincouldpenetrate Antley'sgoal.
On KUCI
althoughunlike last quarter, they were able to takemore shots.
Earl Guskey, Los Angeles
UCI was fouling too much, and because of this, Jack Dickmann Times
sports writer will be the
(that's
and left-handed
important!) Jay Brower were thrown
guest of Ken Bentley
special
out of the game. Jim Bradburn dominated Irvine's defense by
and
Phil
Mathews on "What's
constantly stealing the ball for a long pass and/or swimming it
Goin' on in Sports" Wednesnothing
down himself. But . . .
lasts forever.
day evening. 6-6:30 on KUCI,
What can you say when some Bruin flips the ball in the air out
of sheer desperation, and it lands in the goal (tying the score)? FM 89.9.
Before coming to the Times
That's OK.it wasa freak of nature, aonce-in-a-lifetimeshot. Oh.
1969. Guskey worked for the
in
Well
at least that was true until 50 seconds later when the Daily
Pilot. Earl received his
thing
happened
again.
same
This creepnamed Garth Bergusen
from UCLA was the culprit. How could he thwart Irvine's B.A.in journalismat San.lose
chances for victory with only two minutes to go? And to add State College.
For the past three years, he
insult to injury, the Bruins scoredonce again on a penalty shot,
has
been covering Orange
with a couple of seconds left. Not even God could save the Antsports.
County
eaters." So the crowd just sat there holding in a huge "WE Monday night His article on
football in
WON! that had built up in their stomachs when it looked like
appeared
on
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Yes,
lose,
UCI had it in the bag.
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but at least it the front page the
of
Times.
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