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The Voice
of
the
Mof
Off
hunt Community
VOL-47
NO. 16MERCYHURST COLLEGEIt's Official Now!
ANNIVERSARY FETE POSTPONED
It's finally definite! Mercyhurst College will becelebrating its Golden Anniversary from September,1976 to June,
1977 .J
This announcement was madeTuesday by Mr.
RobertpPrather,
vice president incharge of Development
for
the
college.The golden anniversary program, originally slatedto begin in
September,
1975,was postponed for oneyear, largely
due
to
the
factthat
Villa Maria College,founded a year before Mercyhurst, has
been
planning
on
celebrating their
Golden
Anniversary at this time.After a two month!; series of meetings and communications between the respective Administrationsof the
two
colleges, it was finally agreed that Mercyhurst would wait a
S
year, kicking off their programwith the 50th anniversary of the college's opening in
1926,
rather
than
celebrating
the
50th
year.
\
Overseas Study Director
HURST EDUCATOR APPOINTED
Dr. Richard Kubiak, Associate
:
Professor ofHistory at
Mercyhurst*
has been appointed by theUnited States Department of Health, Education, andWelfare (HEW) to head and review overseas studyprograms
in
Eastern Europe.*Dr. Kubiak, a specialist in Ancient and MedievalEuropean History, was one of ten educators chosenacross the nation to oversee the project,
which §is
connected^
with the
Fulbright-Hayes
ScholarshipProgram of
the
Department of Education.There are
two
major aspects to the
new job,
as it isdescribed by
TDr.
KubiakJ
First, the reading ofproposals for group overseas study sponsored by theFulbright-Hayes program; second, the approval of
Fulbright-Hayes jforeign
consultant^
programproposals.
\
^Another,
though less official,
dutyjwhich
will be
perTortoeffTty^Dr?
Kubiak will be the
rold*of
consultant
to the
Department
of
Education
on
the subject
of how to
deal
with Eastern European officials.The proposals for overseas study that Dr. Kubiakwill deal with directly, will be those which involveSoviet Bloc countries. He is the only one of the teneducators appointed who is a specialist in overseasaffairs.
Ik
Dr.
Kubiak's
experience in the
field!
of overseasstudy is quite extensive. Only last year, Dr. Kubiakspent a year in Poland on sabbatical, heading a
26member
overseas study group. At that time, helearned, first hand, the difficulties of dealing withSoviet Bloc bureaucracies. He says that his contactswith Polish
governmentg
officials in Krakow have"made
me
a smoother administrator.
When
you
have
no
power of
your
own and you
are dependent
on
others
for
your needs, you learn tope diplomatic
9
'. Dr.Kubiak notes that while bureaucrats
fin
EasternEurope
can
bog
down in
red tape, they can bring very
quick
action
when they wish
to
cooperate.
The new
appointment
will
not take
Dr.
Kubiak fromhis teaching at Mercyhurst, and probably
will
notinvolve his traveling abroad at the present time.According to Dr. Kubiak, most of the job will beadministered through periodic
tripsjto
Washingtonduring
the
twelve-month duration
of his
appointment.
At Long
Last ig
i
:
'•
MERCiADJ INTERSESSION
POLL RESULTS
j
The
results of the Merciad Intersession Student"Opinion Poll have finally
beerrtabulated!
Ouf
of
approximately 1,000 ballots distributed,
159
werecompleted and returned
to the
Merciad.
f
The breakdown of what those
students
whoresponded think of Intersession
is
as
follows
:|
Question!—Did
you take part in ntersession?
Yes—123 No—36
Question
2—Do
you feel that intersession is a worthwhileacademic experience?
y
*ffYes—143 No—16Question3—Should
intersession
be
continued?
f fj? Yes—153 No—6 *
.
*
Question
4—If
you participated in intersession/ how wouldyou evaluate
it on
a
1-10 scale
(1
being terrible,
10
being great)?Rating012
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Six Mercyhurst dancers, led by ballerina
j
Charon
M
ounedin (pictured) were
featured
in a three
^number
special dance
program
performed Sunday night to mark theopening of Black History Week. The program waschoreographed by Ms. Mounedin, and was followed by aspecial dinner
in the
Cafeteria.The
final
event of
Black
History Week to take place
on
theMercyhurst campus will occur tonight as the group "SoulOdyssey" from Pittsburgh perform! at the Valentine'sDay dance
in the
Student Union.
HUNGER PETITIONNEARS GOAL
The Hunger Petition is only 47 names short of itsgoal of 90 per cent of resident students. This waslearned Tuesday, from David Blanchfield, CampusMinister
and
organizer
of
the petition.Students signing the petition pledge to foregodinner in the cafeteria on ones evening in the nearfuture designated for that purpose. If
90
per cent ofthe resident students
sign the
j petition, Saga hasagreed to close down the Cafeteriaior the
evening,
sending the equivalent of one
evening's
operatingexpenses to an Overseas Relief Agency dealing
with
the hunger problem
i
t%
Mr. Blanchfield urges all resident students whohave not yet signed the petition to drop by theCampus Ministry office and sign up. He notes that
non-participating Istudents
will not have to starve,even if the Cafeteria does close down for a night. Inthat case, a soup kitchen
will
be
set
up
in the StudentUnion. CARE ABOUT HUNGER? SIGN THE
PETITION!
':
PROXMIRE POSTPONES VISIT
by
Pat
Weschler
Dr. Richard Kubiak
The long arm of national government reached toMercyhurst
in
a strange
way
this week, depriving thecollege of a lecture
lappearance
on campus bySenator William
Proxmire (Dem.-Wisc.>
Senator Proxmire had been scheduled to speak
in
the Student Union on Wednesday
nighty under
thesponsorship of the Student Activities Committee(SAC). Events in Washington forced
him|to
change
his
plans.
.!r .,
The United States Senate customarily goes
into
recess for the Washington-Lincoln holiday
in
middleFebruary. This year, the 94th Congress broke thatprecedent,
cancelling Uhe
recess in light of
the
pressing issues which demand the Congress immediate
attention—Unemployment,
the Energysituation, Possible Tax Legislation.
As
a result of thecancellation of the recess, Senator Proxmire, whorefuses to make lecture appearences (except onweekends)
while Congress
is
in
session,
was forced to
postpone his lecture £t
Mercyhurst.It should be noted that Senator
Proxmire's
appearance has been
postponed,
not cancelled. He willcome to Mercyhurst, according to Student ServicesDirector E. William Kennedy, in early April, atwhich time the Senate will recess for Easter. Theexact date
is
not yet
known,
although the dates April1st through 4th were mentioned as distinctpossibilities.
a
LAKE MERCYHURST"
IS
FROZEN
The Mercyhurst skating pond, which is locatedbehind the orchard (behind
Zurn
Hall), is frozen andalready
in
business.This may come as news to Mercyhurst studentswho didn't know we had a
pond...but
we
do!
It haseven claimed its first victim
already—he's
walkingaround
on
crutches,
j
itlmS^Check
the
pond
out
for
yourself—and enfloy
the
ice!
 
PAGE
2MERCYHURST
COLLEGEFEBRUARY 14,
1975
Beyond
The
Shadow
Rumor
by Colleen McManamon
Several weeks ago I ran an editorial in which
I
expressed disappointment at the lack of studentsupport of the Mercyhurst Laker Basketball team.Since then, several students told me my criticismwas unfair
and
that I didn't know the REAL reason
why
the stands were empty.It
appears
that
a!vicious
rumor has slitheredthroughout the
school :£
the Mercyhurst
*
Lakers
te-"
ww*
1
^ 3K
•"smoke
up"
before games.*Now, I
know
this
couldn't
possibly be true because:No athlete would presume to play a game whilestoned;
*
(
No
athlete would risk the reputation of the school
he
represents
while
"buzzing";
No
athlete would accept scholarship money to playball
and
then abuse his
honor;
No athlete could live with himself if he blew agame because he was
"blown
away";
;
No athletic department would overlook thisflagrant, detrimental practice.It
is
usually best
to
ignore a rumor; however, I
feci
that for the good of the athletic
department;and
especially the
school
M
Mr.
Fox and Coach
Mar
keyshould investigate.Several years ago, Dr. William Garvey initiatedthe athletic program at the
College..-He
and manyothers have worked
too
long
and
too
hard to have theclipper ship battered and broken by the rocks of avicious
rumor.
*
k
A rumor of this sort
is
too dangerous to be left
unattended.
It is
no
wonder students won't attend andsupport a team that they feel is not only up for the
games—but
is
actually very high!!
MERCIAD, TAKE
A
STAND
denied what is obviously a God-given
right-
the right
[
to be
apathetic.I have heard a nasty rumor that some dissidents onDiaco and Thomas the newspaper staff are trying to stamp out ourDear
Ms.
McManamon,Our names are
^Michael
Heuer and
we
are represnting Mercyhurst
College
at
the'
American University Washington SemesterProgram. The reason we are writing
is to
express our
for
bigots!
lethargic philosphy of life. Of course that
can't:!be
true*
a
high-integrity
news
staff should have
no
placesupport in favor of
Dr.
Erisman's proposal to channelmore financial aid to the students by the College. Wehave been
receiving
copies of theMerciad during our stay at American
U.
and
we
have
found
that*
the Merciad has been lacking in its support of this proposal. The question which
we!
pose toyou
is why is the
Merciad lacking in
its
support of thisproposal?
To go
beyond that
why
is
RUS
also lackingin support?
We
make
this
accusation
on the
basis that
the
Merciad
is
the only means of communication thatwe have with the Mercyhurst faculty* and administration. There is so much talk about apathy atMercyhurst and we believe that it is due to theinability of the Merciad staff
to
pursue such an issue
^
ear
Editor,For many years, the rights of the silent majority(the right to remain silent) has been
ignored.
In
spite;
of
this,
we, the crusaders* for our generationihaveexercised this right vigorously in recent
years.
We
are*
proud
andihappy
to see Mercyhurst collegekeeping
up the
tradition.
iln
closing, I
would*like
to say: keep up
the;good
work.
The
Irish Mafia.
GIVE US
A
BREAK
such as this and give the students the facts,
and
themediocre leadership of
RUS
to also pursue this issueon
behalf
of the students. So, Ms. McManamon and
1
Mr.
Barry, instead of worrying about a copy deadlineand balancing a
budget,
we suggest to you that youreconsider your priorities and
to
pursue
matters suchas these to the fullest extent. In conclusion
we
wouldlike to say stop the verbal diarrhea intellectualmasturbation and
take
action immediately.Respectfully
Yours,
|
iThomas Heuer and Michael Diaco
THE RIGHT TO BE SILENT
To
the
Editor:Somewhere
in
the Mercyhurst faculty handbook, itmust say that when
someone becomes
a
teacher or anadministrator,
he no
longer
has
to think of
anyone
but
himself.
'
The Mercyhurst cafeteria is a classic example.Every day faculty
and
administrators paradethrough the service line. Every day they leave theirfrays slapped
and
piled
in the
"faculty room." 1This may seem like a small insignificant thing, butit points to a certain arrogance, a certain lack ofconcern for
anyone
that typifies our leaders.It's understandable in a way: surely the peckingorder is so strong that a faculty member who wouldtake back a tray would lose face and position at thecollege; true, it is a long walk to the dish room. It isalso unthinkable to try to help the
"untouchable
Thank
you for
your perfect expression
(on page 5
of
peons
,,
slaving in the galley. Surely no one wouldexpect that a high guru of western education should
put
himself
out a
little!last week's newspaper) of the general attitude of theMercyhurst community. That page graphically
illustrated
what is
in the
mind of
the
average Mercyhurst
studenU
Many people have overlooked or
MERCIAD
Kditor
Editorial Board:News Editor:Feature Editor:
Sports
Editor:Layout Editor:Copy Editor:Photographer:
Layout
Staff:
Colleen
McManamon
Pat
Weschler
Terry
Scheibf
Jim MarzanoCarol
Quartuccio
J Olivia LongoJ. Stark,
Jim
Prez, Jeff BestTina
Keichenbach
Tony MancusoLeigh Xremer
jit's
really surprising that they
carryjjtheir
trays
into
the faculty room. If students are expected toclear up
after
this elite group, chances are they'llsoon
have
to
carry their trays
in
for
them!!iA faculty member should
bef
given
respect,
but
nobody
ever said
respect
meant servitude*.There's an old saying,
"Many
hands make light
work/'
It's
a
lot easier for
one
person
to
take
one
tray
(his own)
back, than
for
one person
to
take
fifty.
I
Please consider, working your way through schoolis tough enough without being made
to:feel
that
others
don't care for your feelings.Sincerely,
l
&
A concerned
Cafeteria
Worker
Writers
and
Creators;
JDarla
Malone,
Kathy
Turek.
Chris Van Wagenen.Nancy Willis*
Patty*Mullaugh.iJoni
Wheeler,
Rocco
Kiazso
} . . _ _ ..
FacultyAdvisor;
AaArew
Roth
Business Manager:
JoeCastrignano
PREPARATION
"H"
SPEAKS
Dear
Ms.
McManamon,Excuse me for making the trivial mistake in myfirst letter concerning
the
date
men
took
over.However, I do have one
smallrtrivial
question toask you: Why must a woman write for women'ssports? Are the men on this campus incapable of
ha
ndling
the
assignment ?
\
If
you
could find time to contribute such things as:"Editors note, college contribution
1
' wasting all thatspace. Don't
you
think
you
could have said somethingworthwhile such as
"Women's
Athletics." Nonsensealready prevails.I'm not trying to get on your back really, but whyfight us, we only ask for some publicity to let thiscampus know that we the members of the WVAAhave something to offer to the college community aswell as the men
do!
1!
We
feel it is the press' duty toreport alt news events including sports, men's andwomen's.Signed,
Preparation
H.
fT
WRITTEN.
..
Editor's Note;
The
following Item appeared In
the
Sunday Edition
of the
Erie Times-News under
thheading
"Jack Polancy—Instde
Sports." Mr.
Polancy entitled this
particular column;
"ltemsand
Comment,"
[
£
"Item: Mercyhurst loses third straight and fifth
of
its last six games and is now
11 9
for the year after
nation-wide pre-season
ratings of being one
of
thebest
In
the
college division
ranks,''
i
"Comment:
(Mr.
Potency's) What
has happened tothe Lakers? Only the school officials
know..,and
they're
not
talking."
 
FEBRUARY
14,
1975MERCYHURST COLLEGE
PAGE 3
The Quest
For
Justiceby Sympathetic Soul
To the Edi tor-
Re:
The Saga Tapes
|,Knowing how
I
feel after breakfast
in the
cafeteria, I tookthe liberty of planting a microphone and transmitter underthe "warming hood" of the "steam" table one morning, outof plain curiosity, just to see how the eggs feel* I find itdifficult
jto
express
the
*
shock that I received uponmonitoring' their conversations. Quite aware
i
of
thestaggering, long
range
implications
should
the
full
content
of
these tapes be released; they have been edited, and onlyselected excerpts from the tapes will be published untilotherwise stolen or subpoenaed.
i
7
(
1
The
first transmission
I
received
was
rather perplexing atfirst. I thought for a second that my
receiver Jiad
malfunctioned and was picking
up
signals from Pittsburgh after theSuper Bowl,
|characterized
by sounds of screaming,pushing, shoving, and assorted riotous turmoil. It was notuntil I heard someone shout "Serve me, Serve Mel" abovethe rabble
that my
puzzlement did cease. Not long after, theplight of the
population died down
some,
(perhaps
they
had,
also)
and-I
overheard a couple of eggs conversing frantically
in the
back of
the
pan:
*
'I %
;$y * ^
1st egg:
"Hey,
Ed!
See if
you
c-could
squeeze over someIf
we
all get close together, we might k-keep warm,
f,2nd
egg: "Man, I'm sorry, Bob, but I'm so denatured,
1
!
can't budge.
My
yolk is
like
a
rock!"
;- ,•'; ^ |?
list egg:."You've
just got to try, Ed. It's our only chance...Otherwise, we'll
be
frozen
in
minutes!"
| §
2nd egg:
"It's
going to be
'every
egg for
himself
1
,
BobJlgave
up
hope a bout 15 minutes
ago.''
Bob:
"Ed! You can't give
up—not
while there's hope!
Just*think%
of
whatftt'll be "^
e w
ben
we, get out of
here?..
Bathed
irrhot
coffee, slipping
down
the'warm*
confines
of someone's esophagus
to
safety!'
i
.Ed: "That coffee turnsmy^stomach,
but?I suppose*ifs
better
than
freezing."
*
jS*
Bob:
"I knew you could do it, Ed. That's the spirit! Hey!Isn't that Nancy over there? I'd sure love to cuddle up withher! Even if it
is
hopeless, what
a
way to
go!!—Hey
Nancy,
C'mere!
We've
got
a
plan!"
c
Nancy: "Oh Ed, Bob! You're lifesavers! I never felt sohopeless
in my
life...C-Cold. wet, nowhere
to
turn..."
Ed:
"Everything's
alright—at
least for the moment. Wewerethinking..
.11
we all
cuddle
up
real close, we might havea chance..." j
%*
Nancy: "What a wonderful
Mea
! Could I bring some ofmy friends over?"
Bob:
"Sure, let's
have
a
party!"Nancy: "Eileen! Marsha!
C'mon
over—we're
having aparty!"
M I
I
For obvious reasons,
I
felt this
an
appropriate time to cutthe tape and proceed to later segments of the embryonicplight. However,
I
also
feel it important
to
relate the fates
ofBob,
Ed, Nancy, Marsha and Eileen—alas, they neverescaped, but they died happy. Other eggs that
I
have gottento know did not have such delightful deaths, and I feel it ismy duty to threaten further publication of other taped accounts every week until an end is put to this ruthlesstreatment of
my
friends,
the
eggs.
°i
A
Former Embryo
Wanted: 75-76 BUSINESS MANAGERSee Andy Roth
Or!
ColleenMcManamon
4HI
Li^fc
AT
Reminiscing:
TW][N)KLING
\
by
Dm
Hibirii
Oh where oh
wher^have
"Did
they
all
twinkle?"
I
the
coeds*
legs gone,
oh
where
"Most
of them. Lots duringoh where have they gone," tests. They'd be sitting there,
aang
a sallow, semi- fidgeting, worrying about theintoxicated professor at| grade they were going to get
Herman's
over
*
shot ofKesslers.
^
"Sometimes you seethem,"l$reptied|*
"duringsummers
at the beach,
*
atwedding 1 receptions,funerals...
*
?
"But not like before/
9
sobbed the professor,
"in
the
Sixties.
19
k
"Lots of *em around then,
huh."
*» "My
'home economicclasses
had
girls you
wouldn't
believe, and they ALWAYSgrabbed the front seats andsat
up
real straight with their
legs
crossed. None of theseblasted
,i
pants/
i
Mini*
skirts...way
up to here. Ohhh,did
I see
the
legs."
|"Any you remember inparticular?"
'' N inet een-s i xty
-1wo,
LockHaven State College,Nutrition Four, Mondays,Wednesdays, and Fridays.Marilyn
llhindosh *had
aterrific set*-* and the fastest
twinkle
I
ever
saw."
"Twinkle?"
%
*
"When she changed
legs*,
You'd
be readingabout,,say,vitamin Bi, and whhoosshhn.
she'd
uncross her legs amiswitch them before you couldblink twice. Gad, what amotion!"
f
I
»>
BRIGHT
SPOTS!
In the midst of the day today doldrums that seem to bepart and parcel of Winterterm at
Mercyhurst—there
are actually a
few
bright
spots.
For
example:
'*
p
The
Mercyhurst
Marquee-broken and
out
of order,depriving*Hurst students ofknowledge
3
as to ,what* washappening on campus, isactually being fixed! Soon,our blindness will
be
lifted,
in
the middle of one of theheaviest snows of the 1974-75snow season, the Mercyhurstdrives and walks
are'getting
cleaned "within reasonabletime". Gone
arc*
weeks ofwondering whether the carwill make
the
hill
out
front!
So,
in the process of pointing out
what's
wrong
ton
campus, we come to t he pointof saying "well done"! Thingsare moving again, and soonwe may even see Springterm!
i*«k
MKRCYHtf**
ir
and§
whhooosshhh,whhooosshhh,
sometimes
twoat once.
Sure
made time fly."The professor slugged downhis Kesslers ana orderedanother.
"I'd
like
to
wring the
neck
of
that
Jerk
who
inventedblue
jeans...that
Jewish guy
from CC *
"Levif
1
it
I
'That's
him.
Its all
hisfault. If it weren't for himwe'd still have legs to look atduring classes, in miniskirtsand stockings and pantyhose,
and.„
,>
£ » S"Wait
a
minute. What about
the bra
less trend?"
"Youboobs?"
| |
"To coin
a
phrase."
44
 nevercatch
on in
a million
years."
"Why
not?"
"Can't
twinkle."mean,
Watching
What People Thinks
DEAN GARVEY
by Joni Stevenson and Betsy Stilnwidil
Editor's
Noto—Thls
article is
one
of a series of articles
done on
varlout
aspects
o/jj
Mercyhurst
Cottage* Among
those*
aspects
aro^
various
"college
personalities".
This
week,
two
Mercyhurst
journalists
took
at
Dean
Garvey,
What is the general opinion on campus of Dean Gnrvey?While many of the administrators
and
faculty feel that he issuccessful as Academic Dean, it is the opinion of many
students
that he does
not
have enough exposure to the needsof
the
Student
Body.
-^According
to the students, the presence of the Dean is notfelt
on
campus.
"He
needs more
direct
communication
with
the students" feels
sophomore
Anita Seekins.
"Then
he'd
see
a lot
of
wrong
that
he's not
seeing."Many
admlnstrators
feel that Mercyhurst has greatlybenefited 'by having
Dr..
Gnrvey
as Academic
Dean.
According
to
James
Lanahan, Director of Admissions. "The
Dean
has a
lot of dedication toward
the
school."
It
is also theopinion of many administrators that Dr. Garvey supportsand develops new programs as well as those
est a hi is tied
in
the
college.
]|;
5 ^
I
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A
major
complaint of. Sophomore Cindy Deter, however,is that the Dean stresses the importance of men's sports atMercyhurst
*but 'doesn't respect?
or encourage women'ssports.
; *
*
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Nevertheless, the student
body
seems satisfied
that
DeanGarvey
can
hamdle the
responsibilities
of his office.Perhaps the
many
complaints heard on campus are bestexplained by Freshman,! Mary Winkler: "The
Administration
is
often divided, and because the Dean is one
of
the top Administrators, most of the blame is directedtowards him."
WANT ADS ARE COMING
Starting
next
week,
the
Merciad will
initiate
a
new servicefor Mercyhurst
students—a section
of
want
ads.Now,
at
last,
you can get rid of the old book, that stuffedaardvark, that slightly used professor, and
a$ part of the
MMclad'a
first week
special,
put
that ad in a bsolutaly
freer/
All Want Ads must be left, addressed to the Merciad, in
ie
Info. Office,
by
Monday
afternoons/
SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
NOTE:DITOR'S
following "Social Announcement" was received
in
theMerciad office last
week,
We
print
it
here.
^- *
In case everyone didn't
know
by
now, last Sunday, the
by Whizz Kidd
The 9th ofGerry
second
party]ringingFebruary, was A.Murphy s ^twenty-birthday.
A
smallaccompanied thein of this historic
Fffl
OAV
tfrefiuoo*
ATTHE
B*ER
T>iST*«euWW
event, staged
by
his five otherroommates and two half-kegswere provided for liquidrefreshment!
|i
Dancing proved to be thefocal point of the gathering
With
Jack "foots"
jKiley
tftlDAy
NIGHT
AT THE
FAftfV
stomping
(at times even to
the
music). Then, Gene(dancing bear) Egan addedhis antics and proved to allthat his
"free-by
mail" Fred
Astaire
do-it-yourself dancingkit really works
ills
impression of a chipmunk hadeveryone
begtflng
for mercy.Even Marsha liked it!Everything; was going fineuntil someone put on a
"45"
called
"Judy
Don't
You
Cty."It seems Dan was afraid thatthe water would be
all
overJudy instead of in his Foun
tain.
.
Needless to say, a goodtime
was had by
all.
Whizz
Kid

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