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VOLUME 48 NUMBER
18
MERCYHURST COLLEGEMARCH
5
f
!
976
i
\
f*
Richard Fox will return ashead coach of the MercyhurstLakers basketball team thisfail.Pox
will
replace head coach
David
Markey, who wasreleased
by*
the school last
week f
due to budgetaryreasons,-*?:,;
following
thecompletion of
a 13-8
seasonsFox was the original coachof the Lakers,
1
havingpresided over the team fromits beginnings in 1971
until
mid-season last year. At thattime, Fox resigned as headcoach to assume the full timeposti ofi athletic director atMercyhurst.
t
f
As
coach of the Lakers, Foxcompiled a
59-31
record, a
.656
winning percentage. His 1972-
73
team gained
a
berth in the
NAIA
District 18
'
playoffs,
only:
to lose in the finals tonational semi-finalist Slippery Rock State, in a gamewhich was decided in overtime. Jajfe,
9
|'Fox's
first squad in 1971-72posted a
^16-9
mark andnarrowly missed making theplayoffs.
4^
Markey
joined the Mercyhurst athletic
staff
in July,1974, serving first as
assistant
athletic director and assistantbasketball
coach.*
When
Foxresigned, Markey assumedthe leadership of
the
team.Before this appointment at
Mercyhurst,
markey badbeen head coachi
atj
GannonCollege.
He
had served
in
that
position for four
years.
-•
4*J£
In
his
five and a half yearsas head coach at
Gannon,
then
Mercyhurst,
Coachi Markey
compiled
a
80*55
record,
for
awinning percentage of
.593.
During his time at Gannon,Markey led the Knights totheir firstf NCAA basketballplayoff in over a decade. Hisoverall record at the college
was 62-41
£.
z3>
In announcing CoachDr.
difficult
decision as both menare excellent
coaches and
are
well-liked***
and
;
highlyrespected on the Mercyhurstcampus
and
by
the'Mercy
hurst
comiff
unity.
*f
"However,"
* continuedShane,
"since
we are able tokeep only pne of these men,Mr. Fox
was
chosen for hisoverall contributions to ourathletic program
in
these pastfive
yearsr
| Shane, added
thatl
Mercyhurst will
do
everything
it can
Committee!
MeetsDiscusses College Visits
i
i
The
Blueprint
^Committee,
set up to form
alshort
rangeplan to guide curriculum atMercyhurst for the next threeto five years, held a meetingWednesday to report on theirprogress
to
date,
& % E
President^
Marion L. Shane
reviewedTus ^outline
for theBlueprint Committee|when it
wa
s
 first
 set
up.
{ ^. |
The
^
committee alsodiscussed trends
in
higher
education jg
environmentalconstraints and philosophical
considerations
being considered in
*
developing
the
blueprint.The
commtttee
also |ex-
plained)
the'^ kinds of information it
will
be
seeking atthe
variouspcolleges
thecommtttee members,* listedbelow, will be visiting during
March.
p if flf
Sr. M. Phyllis Aeillo,
R.S.M.I
director of Housing,and
Nj
Louis Necci, directorof Operations will be
visiting
Butler Community College.
|
Barat College and theUniversity Without Walls willbe visited by
Sr.
MauraSmith, R.S.M. professor ofenvironmental studies.,
;
|Ludlow
L.
Brown, assistantprofessor ofi
philosophy,
willbe visiting HampshireCollege and Our Lady
of'the
Lake College,
San
Antonio,Texas. |
|
m
$
Barbara Weigert, associateprofessor
off
education andRay Forster, senior at the
'Husfy
are going
to
|A1
vernoCollege.
*' *
|
I
Antioch,
College
will
be
visited
by
Judith
Bradley,
assistanhdirector
of the LRCand reference
^librarian,
andPat Mullaugh,
vice-president
of
RUS.
\
^Paul
M. Jurkowitz,assistant professor
*
of
theology, and David Blanch-
field,
lecturer in theology willbe
"going
r
to
^Ottawa
College.
4
ft
New
.
College| and EchardCollege
in
Florida [will bevisited
byJjR
Edward
f
J^
Gallagher Jr., assistantprofessor of education.Brad Loster and
Detmar
W.
Straub, assistant professor ofEnglish will go to Kent StateUniversity.
f \
Edward
M.| Lignowski,
associate professor ofbiology, will represent thecommittee
jin
.Washington,
D.C.,£atjthe
meeting*
of theAdmissions Councilers. 1The
committee
memberswill be
I
evaluating theeducational
\
methods andtrends in education in use atthe various colleges andreturn to
*
the Blueprint
Committees
with recommendations
land
suggestions
for
Mercyhurst.
t
announcingMarkey's replacement,Maribn Shane,? president ofthe college, stated that themove had been made for
B
budgetary reasons. "With theincreasing financial
pressures
*
facing private* liberal
*
arts:colleges such
asfMercyhurst,
we could no longer justifyhaving
both a full
time
basketball coach and a full
time
athletic
director".?* "Once
we faced this feet,"said Shane,
"the
question thenboiled
down jto
whether thehead coach would be
Mr.
Foxor
M(r.
Markey. It was a very
H
B.
RONKSLEY
Richard
Fox
f¥«
Campus Center
Plans
%k
Presented
plans for theCenter werethe collegeMonday, at a
•:*www
I
t
\
Srh
i
i
i
4
S.
RONKSLEYThe month
of
March
in
Erie -cannot* usually *be described
as
beautiful or inspiring, but every
so
often
a day
comes along whenMarch brings
out a
special kind
of
beauty. Merciad staffphotographer Bob I Ronksley
had a
{photographic field
day on
Tuesday when
an
overnight ice storm left Mercyhurst looking like amagic kingdom.
.
j.
» <
I i
I
1|
i 4 t I
I
i 4 i
M^^^^l^^^n^W^/WWl^V
/Wfy&'lfibHY
;
Final designnew Campuspresented
fto
community onspecial presentation in thefaculty lounge, Preston Hall. IIn the first section of thetwo-part presentation,
Pratherf
traced thedevelopment of the CampusCenter from
the&Campus
Center Task Force of
1971
tothe present construction
stage
J which will be completed on Jan.
1,1977.
^Following fPrather's
presentation,
Herman Weber,of the architectural firm ofWeber
I
^and |j$
Murphy,presented the architectural
plans
and
floor
plan
of the newcenter,
| I*
Weber's plans stressed themulti-purpose
^nature
of the
Campus Center,|showing.the
various; activities that couldbe accommodated
?by
the'Center.
!The
reactions of those whowere to attendance at the
presentation!were
varied.Several persons voiced theconcern that the acoustics
for
the new center would not beadequate for some of theperformances which aresupposed to take place in the
Center,
They noted that
a*
specialpartition would be required tomake the
f|
buildingacoustically
sound
f
and expressed the concern that
this
partition
might!
be excluded
as
part of cost-cutting efforts.
Prattler*
stated that thespecial partition is still
in
cluded,
in the plans for thebuilding.
|
i
, _.
He
noted
thatJf
it should benecessary to postpone thepurchase of the
partition,
thespecial track for such a
partition'would
still be built
into
the
building "**
Prattler further noted thatthe purchase of the partitionwould then be given a veryhigh
priority,
so?
that
jthe
building would have it as soon
as
possible.
>'/
Others asked whether ornot the Campus Center wouldbe
truly
"multi-pwpose".
One
student
who
had attendedthe presentation noted that"the building can only bemulti-purpose if the college is
willing*to
buy all the extraequipment needed for the
various
activities—".
I
r^
Despite this and otherconcerns, Prather
believes
that those
persons who chad
attended
the
i
presentationhave come away: realizingthat the! Campus Centerwould be much more than a
B.
RONKSLEY
^Robert Prather, vice presidentfor Development^
to assist
Markey
in obtaininganother head
J
coaching
S
sition.
"Whatever
colleger.
Markey
becomes affiliated with will be getting afirst-class person and a first-
class
coach,"
said
Dr.
Shane.
The -
Mercyhurst presidentalso announced that instead
of
an athletic director next
year,
the; college will appoint afaculty
t
coordinator forathletics to teach
part?time
and manage the Lakers
sports'programs.
*
v
?'
f
~B.
RONKSLEY
David Markey
5
%%*
Session
basketball
court;
jfrPrather jjdid
state that
lie
was disappointed by the poorattendance
at'
the three
sessions
of the presentation.
"We
scheduled f thesesessions so that the collegecommunity could come andsee the plans for the CampusCenter first
handrl
am sorrythat more people did not takeadvantage
\
of the opportunity."
ProfessorsAttendConference
Four Mercyhurst Collegeprofessors,
Michael
McQuillen, Sr. Maura Smith,Barry McAndrew and
MarvinCa mourn
are leaving forChicago March
7
to
attend
the31st
National!
Conference
onHigher Education at the
Conrad
Hiltoa 1
~
The conference will centeraround
equality^and
excellence in postsecondaryeducation
and
the creativetensions that exist between
them,
t I
The four day seminar willconsist of one and two hourdiscussion groups dealingwith various
topics'of
highereducation. Speakers fromvarious parts of the countrywill
Jecture
on their idealsfollowed by a question andanswer
period.
 
PAGE
2MERCYHURST COLLEGEMARCH 5, 1976
/
^ 1
.
.
Faculty
Art
Works
N.WILLIS
Pictured
above
and to
the
left
are
some of
the art
works
of
faculty members
which
are
now on display
on
the first
 floor
 LRC
untilMarchlSlThe faculty
artexhibit started February
12.
It is l opened
to allmembers of the\
Mercy-
hurst
Community
and
itsfriends.
N.WILLIS
31
$f
j
AlumniPlan
tf
Summer
#
**
byBridget* Voigt
/
The
Mercyhurst
CollegeAlumni Association, under thedirection of Sister CarolynHerrmann, |is planning anAlumni College Workshop tobe held July 23
through
August 1, 1976
here vat
thecollege.
|
Available to the alumni
during;this
workshop will beroom and board on campus,mini-courses, with a
program
in
Creative
Arte
and a sampleof Mercyhurst's^ bicentennialentertainment.
M
As
Director!
of Development, Sister Carolyn feels theten-day
workshop
will be
beneficial
\
for three mainreasons. | First, it willreacquaint
the
alumni
members
with the college;second, it will encouragealumni involvement in theadmissions program and last,it will hopefully initiatealumni aid
'for
futuregraduates
in
job
placement.
»
Assisting | theJg|A.A.throughout this program willbe James
Lanahan,
Directorof Admissions
andr
GaryBukowski,
"j
Director
;^of
Placement.
>l
f
i'
|Some of
the
past activitiesof the
A.A.thave
included
departmental
reunions as
well
as class reunions and
Alumni
Weekends. Thecollege
provides
fits alumnimembers with a quarterlynewsletter
and
as of this year
will
publish
the
first complete
Alumni
Directory.
*
f
MERCYHURSTLITERARYMAGAZINE
Literary
artists,
photographers,
artists,students,
faculty ami
administrators:The Mercyhurst Literary Magazine Staffis seeking material to be published in thisyear's edition of
the
magazine.
%
f
Submit all manuscripts (poems, plays,short
stories),
photographs
or
prints
to:
t
the main
desk of
the
LRC.
the
Information
desk
in
Old Main.
|—Box
921
Preston
Hall
Post
Office.
(Be
sure to include your name and phone
mmber
or address, office or room number)Deadline for submitting material
is
March
12.
The artist of the future ishere today .
>. .
-the
photographer..
Photographyas an art form is as acceptedtoday as the traditional artistof yesteryear
was.
If you are
handy
f
with'a
camera youmay want to expose yourtalents
/
and see whatdevelops. It might
be
a career
as
a
photographer:
 
;^^*
The student who
hopes r
tobecome
a
photographershould
ir possess
manualdexterity, and some artisticability.
He
should have
an
eyefor form and line, and an
appreciation
iof light andshadow. He must be able touse imaginative and creativeapproaches to photographs,especially in /commercialwork.
j."
|
.f
&
4
Photography is a field
which
almost everyone with a
camera'
may explore.
$
Sincephotography is such
I
adiversified field, there is no"usual" way in which to getahead. The person
who
beginsby working for someone else
may ^
advance to owning hisown business.
:
The
com?;mercial photographer maygain in prestige as more of hispictures are placed in well-known trade journals* orpopular magazines. The pressphotographer may advance insalary and in the kinds ofimportant
.news
stories towhich he is assigned. A fewWith a
;
"smorgasbord of
activity"
being planned,Sister Carolyn encourages thealumni members to bring thefamily, so all can share
in
aninteresting
vacation.^
Approximately
3,000
alumni members will benotified by mail of theup
coming
workshop.
B.
RONKSLEY
Sister Carolyn
Herrmann,
Director of
Alumni Association
Notice
Notice to
allEC's.
Don*
t
f waste
< your
precious time by merelyrelaxing over; semesterbreak. Work on your ECremoval,
.a
Individualized take-home materials areavailable at the clinic.The English Clinic
308 Main
T
I
With
photographers
1
have {becomecelebrities in
tbeir
own rightSome
haver made singular
contributions to medicalscience, engineering science,
to
natural or physical science.The pay
for[
entry jobs inphotography depends
on}the
location of the Job and
I
thenature
£
of
j
the
-work*;
Photographers who combine
scientific
training and cameraskill,
I
as do scientific
photographers/-will
usuallystart at higher salaries than
do
other photographers. Theyalso usually receive consistently larger advances insalary than
do
others, so thattheir income
both las
beginners
and a si
experiencedphotographers will placethem well
above
the average
in
this
field.
Photographers
in
salaried jobs! usually receivebenefits such
f
as paidholidays, vacations, and sickleave.
f
Formal
j
educationalrequirements!
j
depend uponthe
nature
of thephotographers specialty. Forinstance, photographic workin
scientific /and
engineeringresearch
gerierally
requiresan engineering backgroundwith a
defgpreeFSfrom
arecognized
^college
or institute. Although a collegeeducation is not required tobecome a photographer:}several colleges, anduniversities offer degrees inthe field, and college trainingprobably offers the mostpromising assurance ofsuccess taj photography.
especially
in
x
the
fields ofindustrial, news, or scientificphotography.The word
"photograph"
means*literally, "to writewith
light".Although
the artof photography
i
goes backslightly more than
100
years,the two Greek words whichwere chosen and combined torefer to this skill quite accurately describe what itdoes.
The
photographer, then,is
«an
artist ,who
paints;his
picture with light.Since photography is bothan artistic
and {a
technicaloccupation,
?
many stillphotographers producepictures
which
not
only
reveala proficient skill but whichare so beautifully composedthat they are
real
works offinearts.
:
'
|
i
What about the future?Hundreds of talented and
well-trained
people will, beneeded each year through themid-1980s. The
"best
opportunities are expected to bein technical work (such asindustrial photography,scientific photography) andphotojournalism.
On
the other
hand,
competition for jobs asportrait
andi
commercialphotographers is expected to
be
intense.
& >
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Th««tf
Match fl»5»6 8pm
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z
4
SpoomRiver Anthology
will be presented by the TheatreArts Department
on
March
4,5,
and
6
at
8 p.m.
in the LittleTheatre. This fascinating collection of poems is a piece ofAmerican literature that is as valid today as when it waswritten in
1914.
Basic human nature never really changes,and Edgar Lee Masters explores all facets of our uniquebeing through his characters. Each of these characters tellthe story of their
lives
in
the small
town
of Spoon River.Under the direction of Dr. Gary Smith, this
will.be
f
a
totally innovative productioa Dance and music have beenadded to enhance this production which will be performed"in the round." Be sure to make your reservations soon,there will be limited seating available. Call ext.
271
or stop
by
Dr.
Smith's office
203
in
Preston!
J
ERIE BOOK STORE
717
French
Street
PHONE
452-3354
*
 
MARCH 5,
1976
MERCYHURST COLLEGE
PAGE
3
Santicola Gites
Outlook
for
Future Teachers
The
j
event
5began
with
K
tfii
rc
!u
Gl
l
lla
8
her
P°
i8ed
behind the bar passing outwine.
*
Meanwhile, two studentswere walking around theroom
offering
people cheese
and
crackers.In the center of the facultylounge, students were sittingin a semi-circle joking and
laughing
with one another.Given the preceding information,; have you nowguessed what the event was?
It was
the
Pennsylvania
StateEducation Associationmeetingjvhich.
was
heldWednesday, February
25.
Twei&y-five
students attended the meeting includingtwo faculty members.Faculty members joining inthe
meeting
were JamesInfantino and EdwardGallagher.Starting at 7:30 p.m., MarkRuttenburg,president ofPSEA, introduced the guestspeaker for
the
night, FrancisSanticola.Santicola, regionalrepresentative of PSEA,
began
his speech by coverir^his
actions
concerning theassociation since February
16,
Some of the topics covered
J
by the regional represen
ts
tive
were 12
inter-racial.prejudices,
1
the images ofteachers and the. hiring of
minorities
and women.
4
* He
stated that, the image
.I
VARHOL
!-•*•
1-
March
7-13
,4
Mr.
Fra neb SasUcob
n
-.if )p
Food Week
Planned
i by Rosemary Bused and Debbie Mattes a
A
Jfe
NATIONAL
NUTRITION
EDUCATION
WEEK
r
Are you fed up? Starvingfor
new
experiences?
Why not
join in on
 fc
he Bicentenialcelebration ; of NationalEducation week, March 7-13,sponsored'
by
the foods andNutrition ^Department* of
Home
Economics. fiThe
purpose
of the' weeklong celebration
is to
increasethe awareness of
('the
role ofproper nutrition
in!
main
taining good health.i - jgp
x.
Plans
^
include thedistribution, of
||
posters
throughoutr
the? schooldepicting the national theme:"Improving Nutrition for the
Nation
1776-X976".
t \
I
W
Several students willpresent programs on goodeating habits and to thepreschoolers of I the
\
ChildDevelopment Laboratory.At noon
on
Tuesday March9, all members of the Mercyhurst community
are
.iinvited
to the soup kitchen in theCampus Ministry
\
office.Students from the foods andnutrition department will beavailable to serve
soup
and
toanswer questions one might
4
have -concerning •*
goodnutrition. On
that same
day
at1:00 p.m. on Channel 35,
Bis.
Linda Schmidt, Director of
thfe
Foods
i
and* NutritionDepartment,will speak
on
the
*
national theme of Nutrition'Education
Week.r£ Jt
|1 Remember, especiallyI during
tim
es
of
stress such
as
^final
exam week, a balanced
•diet
will* provide the extraI energy ana nutrients one will
I
need
to
maintain good
health. |
I
Voting '
H§ Registration
SHM
For The
£
RI
Primaries.
Anyone j18 f
or overbefore May may registerat the court house from 8a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Specialregistration at theMillcreek Mall will be
announced.E
I J *
SCULPTURE DEDICATION
On
March
12,
1976, at 1:30 p.m., a large wooden
sculp
ture will
be
formally dedicated
in the
Garvey Park Area,between Baldwin
and
Zurn Halls
on
Mercyhurst Campus.This project was
undertaken
in commemoration of
Mercyhurst College's 50th
anniversary.
\
y
The sculpture was created
by *
the Sculpture I class
of
the creative arts division, under the direction of Mrs.Susan Kemenyffy.
Students
making
it
were: Dan Shapper,John Martin, D.J.
Kodk*
Jim Riley, Nancy Roos, EllenFreitag,
Kim
Abbott,Carolyn Quinter,
Lamont Prince
and
Ton! Caltedge.
|
-Refreshments will be served afterwards. Everyone
is
invited.
In
case
of inclement weather,
dedication will
stillproceed outside, however, all are invited to partake ofrefreshments
in Zurn Hall
art corridor.
brDarimKtft
the teacher has dropped
rk^
years/'
|
Santicola
attributed.'this
fact
to
the rise of strikes andsalary disputes in the country.
Turing
at the aspect ofminorities and women, hecommented,
"If
a woman
walked
in
here
 right
 now, shewouldn't
get the
respect
that
I
would.
99
. Stating
thatf
the disciplinecode in Erie is
the
best in thecountry,
he then began
talkingabout the political aspect ofteaching.
\
U
After Idling of
his actionssince February 16, Santicolathen began talking about thesix concerns of the educationmajor. Among the concernswere ^recodification,retirement,
job
availability,salaries
and
sick leave.
**
Rounding out the meeting,questions were asked* andmore cheese and /crackerswere passed around
as
EdGallagher positioned himself
at the bar once
again.
^If
*
Friends
Santicola talks with
fature
eacher
Net Funds
Sha
VARHOL
S
*A\
\
n
Sunday,Februarythe Friends of the MouhedinBallet Company held a plant
sale
in Weber
Hall from 12 to
3Through the efforts of JayKirk, president of the studentorganization, the day's
ac
tivities netted over onehundred dollars. Jay is to becongratulated
| for
his timeand effort since he heads theFriends in between classesand rehearsal. LindaRomanelli, vice president,Stephanie Bidden, DonnaBietta,
and
Becky Malinowskialso worked at the sale.
|A
rehearsal
 ffor
 the Gala
deDances
29th
performance wasrun during the hours of thesale to give Mercyhurst and
Erie
an opportunity
to
see thecompany in
j
action,
f
Therewere so many people presentwatching the action
that.Ifound
myself standing on achair
straining
\
to
\
see
*
theactivity
on the
floor.
4 l
Several
other
ballet schoolscame to observe and exchange ideas
v
with
membersof the company. NicholasPetob, director of the
Pitts-
negie - ^Mellon,
* Seton
He ~ congratulated
1
^
thedepartment on the! vast
im-
bf
ten
Wdter
provement over such a shortperiod of time,
pLooking
around
at the
faces
of those at the rehearsal, Icould
tell
they* werefascinated
and
| pleased andexpressed their pleasure
through
applause.
jj
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tremendous .success
ofthe plant
{sale
gives theFriendsschedule
to
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some funds
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events forof the company.Jay and the officers invite
you
to
share
any
ideas for furtherevents. Anyone is invited tojoin the Friends. Those
in
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officer
*
for
**
further | in-formation.
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RECRUITERS ON CAMPUS:
March10—Kaufmann's.All MajorsWelcome,j Shouldhave interest and
experience in retail
ing.March
25—Mentor
Public Schools. Various
Maj
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Icepted - see
list in Placement
Off ice
204-Main.March
29—Anne *i Arundel
County Public [
IHj
Annapolis,Maryland.Special Education -{Science
),
Math
(secondary).
March * 30-Berea (School District,}
Berea, Ohio,
j
All
^Education
Majors.
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jMarch
31—Consumer
Value Stores. All
Majors
Welcome. IApril a—G.C. Murphy
Co.
>
Business Admin., Marketing,j Liberal
Arts of Secondary
Education.
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23-Shaler
Area ( School
|
District.
All Education
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April
27—Xerox
Corpora tioa Business Majors or Sales
?
Experience.
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May
4—Boy
Scouts of America! (Administration),
j
All
I Majors
Welcome.
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see
Mrs.
Hawes
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204-
I Main
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is selling chances on
$1,000 J
Ticket prices are$10.00 and this; includesadmission to a "social"
on
the night of
the
drawing.In
addition'to
the mamprize, each25th;ticketdrawn
wiU
be awarded a$10.00 prize. The night ofthe drawing is April 30,1976 in the faculty lounge
at 8
p.m.
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in
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Office).
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March
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W6
at
9
p.m. until
l2:00?HoagJes
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this
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OHKW
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