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The Merciad, Jan. 25, 1974

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Temple
Receives
Workshop\Offered
Honor
GERRY
RETURNS
by
Sue
Weiner
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WILLIAM TEMPLE!
William
Temple, director of theSchool
ol Hotel-Keslaurani
Management,
f
has
1 beendesignated one of the first Cer
tified Hotel
Administrators by theEducational" Institute
of the
American Hotel
and
MotelAssociation.
H
f
Mr. Temple
is|one^of
threepersons|
who
recently receivedthe highest
award!
in
the
hospitality
industry.!
He completed an advanced program
in
^Educational
Institute whichincluded
a
coursej ofI
study,
a
written
j
thesis!
and
comprehensive examinations. The
program ^extended Sover
a
five-year period.
«|
|
The Mercyhurst professordescribed the award as
a
"ter
minal
professional degree." He
n
jay
use
thef initials
'C.H.A."
after his
name.
* *|
Mr.
Temple commented on his
nonor,
"Nothing
ha.-,
changedsince I received
it J
It
is
one of
*nose
continuing processes that
a
allege
professor will pursue
to
sharpen up his experience and
pass
on its benefits to those
he
leaches."
|
Mr. Temple plans
to
send
a
yptoe of
his designation
as a
certified Hotel
Administrator for
PWWication
in
Articulation,
a
Publication
of the
Council
of
Hotel, Restaurant,
I
and
jnstUitutional
Educators,
of
™<*both
hefand
Mercyhurst
Remembers.
i*i
temple's
experience in the
Witality
industry includes over
««een
years
as
owner, super-
ths
I*
and ma
nager
followed by
SSSSS.'
years of college
mf!l
i9
^H
at
*
Spokane Com
munity
College, the University
of
r«ver,
and Purdue University
}*«>re
coming
to
Mercyhurst|last
'^PORTRNT:
Art
*
Council Meetingeveryone invited!
PresentStudents be
Mondail
.>J3n.
28th
R
%216 7:30ip.m.
H
After the very successful Human Development Program which
was
presented here at Mercyhurst
College
under the administrationof
Mr.
Ray Danielski, many people are looking forward to the nextsession of Human Development Programs. Due to
begin
toward theend of February, the HDC will again feature its weekend lecture-workshop series. The 9 weekend series will
bring
here to Mercyhurst experts
in the
areas of meditation, acupressure, biorythms,
and
oriental religions and
thought
process. 1c
J
$||P
?^«
**
The evening series of over 32 programs will feature series andlecturers by more local people and in some cases involve Mercyhurst staff or faculty.
These
programs
will
concern
such topics
asmedicinal herbs, astrology, transactional analysis, ESP, organicgardening, para-psychology, handwriting analysis, memorydevelopment,
\
drawing las meditation?
and
ian
overview
on
psychology.
The
Yoga program
will also
continue.*
&
#^^£S§^These programs from the Human Development Center are opento the public and the schedule will be printed
and
i
out beforeFebruary
26. The
Merciad
will
keep you posted
on all
developmentsand available details.
flfHBl
«f.
^&2S^4*3KS^
&v?t#
Dorm
NewsiForcesuoin
%
Dr. Shane recently met with
a
small group
of
students
in
theEgan Lounge. The
"Cokel
andConversation Hour"
?|gave
students the opportunity to meetwith the President informally andto share their perceptions
of
Mercyhurst with nim. A secondsimilar gathering is scheduled in
the
near future
with
Bill Kennedy,director of student services.David Blanchfield showed thefilm
'*Future*Shock"jlast
Wednesday evening
in
the BaldwinLobby
and
afterwards
led a
discussion
of
the" movie. ThisWednesday, January 23, Paul
Newcomb
will discuss
*'Eastern
Philosophies"
with
a
group
of
students in the Egan Lounge at 8p.m. On January 30, |Marilynn
Jewell'will
present an evening of
"Travel
Slides"
for
residentstudents and at
a
later date BobHoff will conduct
a
"MusicListening Night."NEW INTERVISITATIONHOURS have been recentlyadopted by Egan, Baldwin, andMcAuley Halls. The Halls
are
now open
to
members
of the
opposite sex from
1
p.m.
to
1
a.m.daily
and
until
2&
a.m.
on
Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays,
f
Joint efforts on the part of theMercyhurst
J
School
of
La^
Enforcement
land
the
GannonCollege
I
Criminal Justicedepartment have resulted
in a
consortium
to
be
^established
September, 1974. The Programwill provide
an
exchange
$
ofstudents and
instructors
not onlyfrom Mercyhurst
I and
'•'
Gannon,but also
Ecfinboro
State College
who
joined Mercyhurst College ina Criminal Justice Consortium
in
September, 1972. Each
of the
three* schools offers
a
differentarea of concentration within thefield.
At |
the Hurst,
the
specialized courses
are
policescience and probation
fwork.
Edinboro's program concentrateson political science,! and
the
major studies
at
Gannoninvolve corrections. SinceSeptember Gannon and
^Mercy
hurst have served as a Bail-BondAgency. Under this arrangement,a certain number
of
law
en-
forcement majors from
feacfi
college interview prisoners at
the
Erie
County
Jail on a daily basis,evaluate bond needs of each in
dividual,
and
make
a
report
to
the
court for final determination.
News FromSAC
Congratulations
to
KathyZaffing, sophomore
art
major, who
fwas
namedassistant
to^the
Director ofthe Student Union. She
wdi
work with B.P.H. and
S.A.C.
in formulating student
ac-
tivities.
S ,
J
%
The Stomping SuedeGreasers will be appearingin
concert »
at
9
p.m.
on
February 5th in the StudentUnion. Tickets can be purchased in the SAC office foronly $2.00.
mercyhurst Film
Society
purpose * ^
&J|
f
a #
v
Stimulate inter est in film
m&
increase the
aesthetic awareness of cinematograph
y.METHODS
^ ^ !- *
1.
Seeing "new" films with adequate advance
preparation plus
a
pott viewing
discussion
of
the
film.
2
Encourage
and
generate
activities
for film production
by
the Individual
tyi
0. Viewing
samples of
various film
styles
and
techniquesb. Organized discussions.
c.
Guest
speakers.
d.
Equipment specialists-e.
Film
making workshops-
•*
f.
Filmmaking.
«
. Film festival*
1.
Orgmilt*
activities center
ng around
particular film
at
least once
per
month*
Tht
procedure
will Include
x
a.
Selection
of
a
particular
film (possibly
the
Tr -College film -except
for
Janwrvh
b.
P*Qvmctinktrm*lk>i\
concerning the film that will
be
shown
(probably through the Merciad
&r\6
CommunityNewsletter).
ۥ
Viewing
of
thefilm.
d
Post
film
viewing discussion. A person or
group Will
be
assigned
^o
lead the
discussion
or provide information.
e - Suggestions concerning
the next
film
or
act
vity.
2.
Provide two Super
0
film
workshops
on
filmmaking. Both workshops will beheld
in
January.
The
first workshopwill be concerned
with
film making orientation and introduction, camera handling and techniques* forms
*nd
typesof films,
and
the actual shooting of a Super
8 film The
second workshop
will
be concerned
with
evaluation of theSuper
Sfilm
produced in workshop
I,
use
of audio
with
Super
8
film, and planning of other activities relating to filmproduction'
m ^
-
*-^-*-^t^.
firm
This festival Will
be open
to
all members of
tht
any
Mr ff llm product
In
wor Mhop
'-«*•"
•li™«"*?2lX£
AAeccvhurst
CommWlify' **™t""
.*rAd
one
or°all
of the following
=
Dan Burke
Bob
Hoff
Oave
PalmerBill
AAcMillian
Fran
Binonear
GERRY
GROSSMAN
This weekend Gerry Grossmanwill
be
reappearing in the Mercyhurst coffee house. The talented
musician^
will
be
performingFriday and Saturday nights at 7and9.
$ M
S
It's not every performer
who
transforms an auditorium into
a
carnival. Gerry Grossman doesnot merely sing to his audiences,he captivates
them,
snatchesthem from their seats* andelectrifies them with the totalexperience of
his
show.
With expert musical
savoir-
faire, boundless repertoire andexplosive
wit, the
singer-
guitarist-comic
carries
on a
running
dialogued
with
his
onlookers, giving them the mostwhimsically eccentric
en-
tertainment of their lives.
It is one
in which they cannot help butparticipate.Grossman can be
as
delicateand artistic as
a
craftsman,
as
tumultuous as an entire rock androll band and as
 flamboyant
 as
Jack
Flash,
but with
a
shrewdcharisma which is
only
his. Heuncannily perceives and appealsto
the
musical-and
humoroustastes peculiar to each individualaudience. His
song writing is^as
versatile
and
masterful
as
Grossman himself
who
announcesemphatically that he is
no
folksinger. Grossman
is
continuallycalled upon to defend his claimthat he can perform ninety-fivepercent of all pop songs recordedsince
1955!
|
\
Comedy is an integral facet of
Grossman's
show.? He parodiesthe subjects that are amusinglyclose
to
us all such as pop music,television, adolescence and socialblunders. Those
who}
attend
a
Gerry Grossman performancealternate between marvelling at
his
musical
finesse, roaring at hissatire and
s
boldly launchingcomments and requests of theirown.
•; j
Based in Chicago, Grossman isfeatured
at
numerous clubsthroughout the Midwest and
is
involved
rin
extensive collegetouring over much of
the
country.
In
addition
to
local spots, his halfhour long television special
'The
Session" was broadcast during1972 over
a
network
of
UHF
stations
in
37 states.
ENTR OP
Y
Beginning January 27, 1974, at
5:00
p.m., the
Mercyhurst
Studiosof WQLN-FM will broadcast thefirst in
a
series
of
programsdealing with the Energy Crisisand its impact on the Erie area.Entropy
will
be organized
\
andhosted
by Sr.
Mary Charles,chairman of
the
Natural Sciencesand Mathematics division
of
Mercyhurst College. Sr. Charles
Mill
be talking with members ofthe business, industrial, andscientific communities from theErie
area.^
On January
27,
Entropy will feature a discussionof heating and airconditioning ofhomes
and
commercial buildings.Panelists for the program will beCharles
O'Leary,
from
the
Pennsylvania Gas Co; Charles
Roesch
from the PennsylvaniaElectric Co;ands;Donald Kennedy, President
of the
ErieEngineering Society's Council.
f
i
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PAGE
2
MERCYHURST
COLLEGE
NO BALLSFIRE
On Saturday, February
2,
the M.U.
boys
are
planning
to
follow
In
the
same
tracks
as
the
Purdue
Men.
5
AS
quoted from the
Erie Times
on
January
16:
AJT
/
I *;kvi$k
I j
7
COLDSix Purdue students Take
walk In
Nude
t
|
'
T
WEST
LAFAYETTE,
ind.
(UPi)—Six
of 43
hardy Purdue University men braved
7
degree below zero
tem
peratures
durincj
the weekend to win the Fourth Annual Cary Quadrangle Nude Winter Olympics here. They were
clad
only
in
tennis shoes and hats.
?
fej*
^
•>
Forty three runners entered the three-mile
contest—which
began in
1970 as
a prank between residence halls
on
themen's quadrangle. The winners
completed
the
race
this
year
In 59
minutes, compared
to
one
hour and
»5
minutes last
year.
1 |V
The
wind
may have proven a factor
in
the small number of finishers. The wind chill index at the time of the race
was
36
degrees
below
zero.
SM^S Aral
JJWI
Now is your opportunity to prove your masculinity and challenge the record
of
the Purdue men. The race will
begin midnight at Tullio
"Ball
1
*
Park.
$$ *
mm
Qualifications for the
M.U.
Winter Olympics
are:
"
1) Must
bea
AA.u.boy
f
J
| *
Hi
2)
Must
come undressed appropriately
only
hats
and
shoes
allowed.
|| <?*?*5HHH
3) Must be
able
to
stand
extreme cold
*
'
f
%
!
'ii$JB$£ji
4) Doesn't embarrass easily, ffi?
it
,
« ^*^£jBtif
you
meet the above qualifications
please sign
up
outside
the SAC office before Saturday, January 26.The race will start
at
Tullio Ball Park. Contestants will begin at home plate, run once around the diamond, thendown past Baldwin Hall (where
225screaming
girls will cheer (turn) them on). From there they will proceed pastZurn Hall around past the chapel, past the back of the library, up to McAuley Hall then down the home stretch
to
Baldwin.
A
come as
vou
are
nartv
will be held at the conclusion of the race in Baldwin Lobby where refreshments
will
be served, consisting of hot
dogs
on
warm buns and
beer.
Contestants
names and further details
will
appear
in
next weeks issue.
!
I
*
| ji^HlS^H Hsm?
Immorally Yours,
mm.
WiJKlHKaH
%
Your
Spiritual
Guardians
&> || IB^^KHNaiyH
*
P
S.'Due
to
a
shortage
of
beer
on
campus,
crabs
are
In
abundance,
so
get them
while
you can.
*~& wH^j£» w
R.U.S.
mm
I
Meeting
The Representative| Union
\
ofStudents met Thursday, January
10,|l974
at
8:08 p.m in Room 114Zurn. There
were£38imembers
and
l
alternate
present.
Ev^SS?
I Education of the
E.C.
proposalwas presented by Sister Eustace,Sister Christian and Dr. Palmer.The basic idea
oft
the E.C.
proposal
is
to learn to speak andwrite clearly. The writing clinicwould go into effect September,
1974.*
I
} Mm
wlf
i
Julie
I Samick&gave
the
Treasurers Report.
%yAs
-of
January
1,4974:
'jj
&*..-;-.•
JANUARY
25
107^
utes
Student Policies Jean
Kunick
Dennis Mastriane
Administrative
Policies
I
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$2594.43$3405.57
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7
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NOW LIVE MUSIC
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Every Wed.,
Fri.
&
Sat
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Wed.
Nite is still
I
Drink
'n
DrownlNite
culture and films
^C
remaining
^^|^^;.
Clubs
bE£
'&&m.
? -
PSEAfp^Jr owes
R.U.S.,$34.15
Biology *<pf
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Marketing —Management $200.00
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2|;'*
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2*?C.E.C.
Tr*\£
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r
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f
£^M?Jv^fe
remaining
$|f|^^
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regular accountSubcommittees
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Freshmen
representatives
wereappointed
to
committees.
r
ii3K*^
H.U.S.
Committees!
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i Academic
fSs^
Sheila Walsh
S
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W$M?
Ann
Condon
f
Administrative:
p f
P
2^
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WM
I IfPt
Heyde WalloverSenate
Committeesi SS^S^filThe
Todd
Rungryen fconcertwas
cancelled.
"
*.
*8|
»?,
r
2
n
Bin
8
near
asked
Ithe
R.U.S.
academic committee
for
$180.00
for a
film society. Afterdiscussion, Joe
Solomon
moved toallocate
$180.00*
for
the
film
society
Kathy Thompsonseconded
u. "It
was passed bv
a
vote of 38 to
1.
s
Alexis Walker reported on theBoard of
Trustees
meeting.Discussion
of
the
NationalStudent
Lobby's^
Third Annual
Conference
in
Washington,
DC.
followed.
The
Conference
is
beingheld February 23-27, 1974.
The
Conference would
Includemeeting Pennsylvania's
Congressmen, discussingfinancial
aid,
education
and
issues effecting
the
cost
of
education
today. Afterdiscussion,
it
was decided thai
four
Mereyhursl
students wouldbe sent to
this Confer crence.fThe ~
Energy Crises
was
discussed. Some
off
the 1
ideasbrought
up to
conserve energyhere on our campus
were:|Stop
Sending R.U.S. fliers,
*stop
printing
t|ie
Beacon, recyclepaper, publish bus schedules, cut
the flights
in^classrooms, alternate
lighii *in $ thei
hallways,organize a car-pool board.
The
next
R.U.S.
meeting
will
be
held
Thursday Januar>
24,
1974
at
5:30p.m.
in Room
114/urn.The
meeting
was adjourned
ai
9:3lp.m.
1
ffll
KgBjgl
Kespectfull>
submiued.
•Hjra
Marianne
Jacobs
am
"
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<c>1073 bv
Low
W. AsdnHjin
WANTED
Juniors
and Seniors
for
on-cam
pus tutoring positions. Open
to
all
upper
class men and in all
ma
jor.areas.
Excellent
pay
$2.00
per hour and working
conditions—8
hours per
week.
I
Qualifications:
I
fe .
*» I
1.
Must have a
3.00
cum. index.
1 If
* 1
2.
Must
submit
aPCS
form to financial
Aid
Office.
#
Contact: David
De
Sante,
207
Main for more information and orPCS forms.
T
\
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Clues
to
above double-cross
up
puzzleon Page
3
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1922 E. 38th
864-0715
THEMERCIAD
Years
of
Service
Published
weeklygduring
the college
year*
except Thanksgiving,
in-
tersessioa
Christmas and Easter vacations, and examination periodsby the students
of
Mercyhurst College, Erie, Pa.,
16501.
Mailing address: Mercy hurst
Mai I
room.
Preston
Hall,
Box
36.
s£$
FREE DELIVERY
with
a
minimum purchase
of
s
5.00
JUSTgipWONDERING
|g|by|Sharon
Warner
...We were just wondering
il iho
cafeteria would consider a
ihemo
song.
We
thoughtSShirlc} Tem
pie's old ditty. "Animal Crackersin
Mvi
Soup"
i
would
be ap
propriaie.
Or maybe just
"Animals
in my
Soup."
*
...We were
jusl
wondering
il
m
cafeteria could
make
an earnestattempt
toi
keep
their*
nisect
specimens out of the food....We were just wondering whydorm students keep
ripping on
silverware
and
trays Iroin•
iiic
cafeteria
and
then
cans uii
derstand
why
room
and
boara
prices
go up
every
year.
We
were just wondering wny,
n
S.A.G.A.
owns both the
cafotena
and snack barf operations,
m*
food
isn't
up to the
same
stan
...We
were
just wondering'
Merciad
Staff
MKP
needed.
Phonr
P|||
leave message
m
l"
10
"
Roon^-^raillllaH
*3
f
ACTIVITIESJANUARY
Frl.25
Gerry Grossman1 Show
at
9
p.m.
-
Union
Sat.
26
[ Gerry Grossman1 Show
at|9
p.m.
-Union
Editor:
Assistant Editor:Editorial BoardFeature:3|News:
\
Sports;Assistant Sports:Drama:
\
business
Manager:Faculty Advisor:Cathy StevensonKim Wontenay
Sun.27mofi.28Tues.29
Sue
WeinerSharon
WarnerDario CiprianiJack RileyMark ZineAnne MashinicBarry
McAndrew
Movie^'Dirly.Harry"
IDS
7&9
R.H.
Dance
&
Popcorn PartyUnion
-
9
Staff'
Paul
Manes, Torn"
LoujwaPaul Doraa
Diane Pickens, CathyMcCarthy,
Dennis
Coaa JohnSullivaa AnnCondoa
Candy ranker.
Mortin MlglioraHl f
Wed.30
Basketball Gametakers/
Slippery
Rock
Buses- Fieldhouse
 
ANUARY
25.
1974
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Jacque
Brel is Alive and Welland Living in Paris", a freshdifferent kind of musical will bepresented on February 14, 15, 16,
17
and February
21,
22,
23
and 24at the Mercyhurst Little Theater.The
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cast members includeJunior,
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Marii
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Sophomore, Linda Johnson;
David!Greene?and!David
Held,both from Erie. Mr. Igor Stalskywill be directing
this
musicalproduction with Cecily Gallagheras music director.
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exciting | play
presents
Jacque Brel as very alive andvery
well
and
living
in Paris. Thediverse musical numbers offermany (if you'll excuse the tritestatement)
toe-tapping
sensationsfor the,audience. Such
songs;as
"Carousel" and "If
we
Only HaveLove" promise to be emotionalfor the audience, even if you're
the
unemotional
type ifijjj
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for the actors in ourMercyhurst production, they have theirwork cut out
(for
them. For
tunately
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they are all
in
fine
voiceat rehearsals even as they sweatout
those high notes
and harmonynumbers. You'll remember Man,and Junior theatre arts major,from
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numerous performances inJ"Mame,
"Apple
Tree"
and "The Effect ofGamma
Rays
on Man
in
the
Moon
Marigolds" to name a few. LindaJohnson, j a Sophomore dancemajor comes to us from'PointPark in Pittsburgh.
She's
^cer
tainly not hanging up her dancing
shoes,
but just enjoying theatrefor a nice change. David Held,who you'll remember las thesnake in "The Apple Tree" is nonewcomer to theatre. He'll addhis own touch to
"Jacque
Brel."Likewise, David Greene
comes
toour theatre from his many appearances
at
Erie Civic. Histalents
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Hot'only
enjoyable, but truly a
theatrical
experience for
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