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/"
Si^s
&'•*
m-
j£ With
the opening of
the new
campus center so will come the presence of
these
threeindividuals throughout
die
basketball season. From left to right are: Michael Cusak,director of physical
development,
athletics and recreation, Ed Jones, guard for theLakers and Dick Fox, head basketball coach of
Mercvhurst.
Good
Lurk npntlnmon»
VOL.
50,
NO. 9MERCYHURST COLLEGEDECEMBER 9|
1977
/
J
After a long,
butt
anticipatedwait, the official; unveiling
J
ofMercyhurst's
campus
center tookplace during the week of Nov. 28.The peak of the dedication weekcame on
Friday,
Dec. 2, as the
Mercyhurst
Lakers took to thefloor before a jam packed-rebelraising
crowd,
3
i
SjR
S|j
Excitement continued
to
mountjust prior to the Mercyhurst vs.
Malone
basketball game,
"in
which
£Dr.
Marion
L:£
Shane,president of Mercyhurst College,thanked
everyone
"who madethis day possible," he said.Student based support gave thefinishing
-
touch to the center'sdedication as rows upon rows.cheered the Lakers on to a 96-77victory over Malone. (details on
pg.
6).
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i
I
^fLaker-j
coach, Dick Fox,couldn't have been anymoretickled about his first 'real' homegame. "I feel like we belong tothe school now," said Fov Hefurther commented that,
"just
having our own court to practiceon, takes some of the pressureoff," he said.
q
S Meanwhile, Erie media peoplewere highly impressed with thecenter's functional capacity tohandle
bothHhe
education and
athletic
events.
"They
indicated
£3m
By Chris Van Wagenen
to me, that they feel we got ourmoney's worth
and *I^haven't
heard any
major|complaints,"
said Michael Cusak director ofphysical development, athleticsand recreation.
a BflFBS
Both Fox and Cusak, commented on the amount of studentsupport given to the opening ofthe center. "I like it,"
said
Cusak,"and I think they're
j(
students)tremendous as well as enthusiastic," he said.-.
J;It's
so gratifying to
see'so
much support coming from guysin other sports. This has reallyhelped the spirit of the team,"said Fox.
*
-The week Jong dedicationcouldn't have ended on a morepleasant note as the Lakers tooktheir own tourney, supplying theschool with a first place trophy
and
an unblemished record of 5-0.Besides serving as a homecourt of the Lakers, Cusakpointed out other characteristicsof the
center J
"It's exactly whatit's named. It's a center forstudents, faculty etc. to do manythings," said Cusak.
He also
stressed that the centerwill serve all facets of physicaldevelopment, besides being |ahome for the Mercyhurst Lakerbasketball team. "It's moreimportant than just a home forthe Lakers," he said.
*
Though the idea of the buildingcame over just recent years, theactual
realization!
of
»the
need
came in
1969 as Mercyhurst madethe
Jmove
to
2
become coeducational.
£
Dr.:
Marion L. Shane, alongwith Dr. William
r
.P.
jGarvey(former
dean of Mercyhurst) feltthe college was
in?need
of anathletic facility that would serve
.both
the educational and athleticneeds of Mercyhurst.Robert
Ff
Prather vice-president of development, soon
took
over
the
reigns of turning thecampus center
idea
into reality.Prather, headed both the construction and planning end of thecenter.Funds for the center were soonraised after that, through contributions^
m
ofi
variousorganizations, firms and individuals from the Erie area andthe Mercyhurst community.
i
Construction*
costs of thecampus center
are
set at $850,000,along with
] af
$45,000 a yearoperation costs.
A
slot of
jmoney
perhaps, but money that's finallybrought Mercyhurst
I
athleticsback home.
m
1
HM
,
r
Ken
Miller resigning Dance Director
Bukowski Reflects On WinFor County {Council Seat
by Vicki Martina
goGary Bukowski, Mercyhurstdirector of placement, waselected
Nov.
8 to the new post ofErie
fA
County Council,representing approximately37,000 residents of the 4thDistrict.
||As
one of the first members ofthe new
^county coul•by
John Bruno
I
Bukowski, a 1973
'Hurst
graduate, will take part in asignificant process that will beresponsible for
setting/the
foundation for future councilofficials.
3?$ *
"Unlike City Council,
we're
laying the groundwork," he said,
','and
it's going
jto be (important
we
lay!*
the correct
framework i
because from this point on
|
everything is going to be built on J
it."
f sag
j"
On the subject
oft
conflictbetween city and county officials,
Bukowskif
said "he anticipatesvarious problems, but none
that
(Continued on Page 3)
,
r
Dance department directorKen Miller resigned his positioneffective Jan. 1, 1978, after 11weeks as Mercyhurst danceinstructor.
^
His reasons explain,
"Because
of undo
pressure £
and criticismfrom members
of|
the administrative staff I can no longerfunction
tot
the best of myabilities."Miller
stated
thatpromises were madeduring
/visits
prior toceptance of
dance/director.
Hecontinued,
"Promises
have been
brokenJIi .
verbalto himhisiac-
:
r
•—
'
He pointed
the J
finger at
the"administrative
community"and added, "I have to include the
dean."$$
Jerry M. Trimble, dean of thecollege andi vice president
%o
academic ^services, commented,"The only promises
welwould
make would be in writing in hisletter of
appointment^
and
none ofthose have been
broken,"
he said.He believes his office has gonebeyond fund expenditures for thedance
department*
"We
have far
exceeded %hat|was
budgeted."
(Continued on Page 3)
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PAGE
2
THE
MERCIAD
DECEMBER
9,1977
h
itor
Cfa4»*"'#%»LlMp
,
U*L,
Well, Dick Fox, you're finally home. It's been a long timein coming, but the Mercyhurst Laker basketball team iscelebrating
a
grand
old
time
on
their new court. | 3The campus center
would
not have
been
possible had it
not
been for the hard work of several individuals. In fact, thecenter
was
criticized from
its
start.
j
B§ 2 g
No, one knows this better than Bob Prather, director ofdevelopment at Mercyhurst. Prather and many othersshould
be
thanked
by
the Mercyhurst community for puttingin the
time
to
bring
the
hpme
court advantage
to
HOME!Perhaps we lost so many of those home games by one ortwo points because the home court wasn't really HOME!Just before press time, the Merciad discovered that Mercyhurst had beaten Clarion
82-72
at Clarion.
The
win put thesailing
takers
into a 6-0 position. Winning tradition canbegin
now.
^0fiS^
2
iSB
? I
Basketball players, Paul"YO"Young, Kevin
"K.B."
Bradley and John "Sweetwater" Burrows can appreciatethe
home
court advantage better than
most.
MiS^e;
During the years of Jesse Campbell, "Smoke" Jones andCurtis
Hixon,
pst
to name a
f;ew,
Laker home games areusually remembered as bitter
losses
by
usually a bucket.
We
at the
Mercjad
dedicate this paper
to
Dick
Fox and theLaker basketball team, along with
the
number of individualsand companies that have made this day possible.
BKSEJSI
One aspect and an important one at that is the fact thatstudents have made the opening day one worth
remem
bering
for
years
to
come.
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m
Just slightly before game time, students
^mounted
acheering section that drowned out even the determination
of
Dr. Marion L. Shane to thank the people who made the center possible,
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fcaaEfc
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Mercyhurst students
love<their
team and vice-versa.Chills could be felt up to the last second of the tourney'sfestivities, when Paul Young raised the
'Hurst
first placetrophy high in the air, in acknowledgement of the receptivecrowd.
I a
*Young and company represent the true winning spirit of
t
he
college. We at the Merciad are proud of our team ardproud of the competitive spirit which exists among all ourplayers.
5 <
Besides basketball, we view the campus center as an important asset to all members of the college community. Observing
the
attitudes of the students during recent months. Ibelieve I can say the skepticism towards the center appears
to
have buried
itself.
J8 §| Ij^^^^^^^^^^i
Ijjif.
**
This is our new home, with a new team to
highjight
its
existence.^Thanks
to vast number of
contributions.^the
dream of a campus center is reality. Let us thank the
manypeople
who
have
made
this
day possible at Mercyhurst.Finally, good luck, Lakers, in your quest to win NAIA'sDistrict
ia.
From George Kidd
continued
|
with
a
more efficient sodium vapor light, thus increasing
the
illumination
and
lowering
the
use
of
energy.
*
&ft!B But there is only
so
much that
the
institution can
do
to con
serve energy. Much of the real savings must come through
the
individual efforts of each of
us—you
and
me. We
must bewilling to turn off lights, radios, televisions and other appliances
when we are
not using
them.
) 5
%
Each of us has lived in a world where energy has beenviewed as a free
good.
We
have
been
encouraged to
use
it aswe wanted, and
even
to waste
it.
Energy is no longer a free
commodity—at
Mercyhurst, each
*
full-time student pays
$63.97
for utilitycosts.Energy may
no
longer
be in
unending
supply.
We
must change our
ways—the burden
is
on each
of
us.
BPfe£jS$$!
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K?
W:
*
If
you
see energy waste
on
our campus, please report it toBob Sheehy. If you see an energy waster, please tell him orher
that
we
cannot
afford to
indulge in such
luxury IP M *
|
...Suzette Boyer
j
a
What has happened to the arts? Are sports and businesstaking over the aesthetic
world? i j» £
JK
"
n I cannot deny that athletics and sport programs play animportant role
in
our schools, but is it right
to
emphasize
one
aspect of our culture to such an extent that we virtuallyignore other aspects?
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95
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Why is it that Mercyhurst finds funds for a new soccerfield and new tennis courts but cannot find them for additional rehearsing or performing areas for the dance department, a department of the college? These additions, along
with
the
new
Student Center
will
add much
to
the
'Hurst.
Thesoccer, tennis and basketball teams now all have "Homes."but doesn't
the
dance department need a "home"
to
performin? Why is it that certain teams at the
'Hurst
give fullscholarship regardless of financial need? I have yet
to
see afull Academic or Creative Art scholarship.
| *
Btb
Why is
it that to keep an
Honor
scholarship
one
must maintain a minimum 3.0 average, and to keep a Creative Artscholarship
one
must maintain a
2.7
average in their major,while to keep an athletic scholarship one does not have tomaintain a minimum academic average? This is not to saythat these students do not deserve their scholarships. Thereare many students who achieve high academic averages at
the sa
me
time
being
fully
dedicated
to
their
sport.
#
I've been told that sports provide a good image for thecollege, yes I agree. But don't the performing arts music,dance and theatre, and high academic standing also do thesame? Obviously there are
different
images the college canpresent, but wasn't this institution founded as a liberal arts
college? H Hw
I
:
&^^3&$y
I realize
I
have my
own
personal prejudices, but
we
all
do.
If any is offended
-
that is not my intention. The questions Ihave asked are asked rhetorically, as I'm sure there are noclear cut answers. These are just points I have brought outfor members of
the
faculty, administration and student body
to
consider.
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Suzette
Boyer
t
...Letters
To
The!
Editor! ...Lenny Cyterski
...From
George;
Kidd
Whether one believes that the world is in the midst of anenergy crisis or not, I can assure you that MercyhurstCollege
is in the
throes of an energy costcrisis.Last year
our
utility costs increased nearly thirty-three per cent (33%)over those of the
previous
year. Those of us who were, hereremember
the
College being asked to cut back on its fuelconsumption last Winter, and we all anticipate a
similar
request this Winter, Mercyhurst was lucky
last—we
did not
have
to
close down
to
conserve
fuel—others
did
The heating system in the Old Main, Egan, Preston,Weber complex was installed
in
the days when utilities wereviewed almost as free goods. Gas, oil or coal was not veryexpensive, so heating systems were
u
designed with theoriginal cost in mind, not the efficiency of the system. In order to heat
one
room in Preston Hall, the system now sendssteam to every radiator in the entire complex. The systemprovides
no
gradation
ofjieat—it
is
either full-on or
full-off.'
We
have just entered
into
a contract with Honeywell, Inc.to install zone control thermostats in the
Old,
Main,
Egan,Preston, Weber complex. These controls
will
enable us toheat certain zones without pouring heat throughout the complex.
This
thermostatic- control
will
allow the temperature tobe maintained at
68
degrees during normal operating hours,and to be set back to
52
degrees in all but the living areas
when
the
College
is not
operating.
5
#* &
S
The cost of installing
mis
control system is approximately$25,000.
It
has been conservatively estimated that thesavings generated by
the
control system
wifi
produce a two-
yea
r
pay
back of this
cost.
$&
&|t*
§The heating
system.in
McAuley Hall has been replaced,and either storm windows or new windows
will
be installednext Spring. Both of these changes will save energy. Theshower heads have been replaced in McAuley Hall withwater saving (and energy
saving)
devices.The shower
heads
will
also
be replaced in Baldwin Hall,and in the townhouses with similar devices. The heatingsystems in Zurn Hall and
the LRC
are being repaired andserviced
so
that they,
too,
will operate
more
elfUaently:
We
are gradually replacing the
campus's
outdoor
lighting
—<•
There have been many booksS written questioning
the
value
of
sports from
the
role
of
spectator
or
participant.While observing
the
recent Mercyhurst Invitational Basketball Tournament,
one
possiblejj answer became quiteevident. Sports
is an
activity that unites.
It
was
a
wonderfulexperience
to
witness
the
gathering
of
students, faculty
and
administration—gathered
for the
first time
in our
beautifulCampus Center
for the
purpose oi|supporting
and en
couraging
a
group
of
young
men to do
their best,
to try to
win. That
is
what sports
is
about;
in
fact, that
is
what life
is
about.
j
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r
{
Ws&z-
The
Mercyhurst
Athletic Department organized an excellent tournament.
-? !§S#8
The Mercyhurst
*
coaches employed
excellent
gamestrategies.
J
$
The
Mercyhurst Lakers played
with
excellence.The Mercyhurst fans, especiallythe
7
students and thecheerleaders, supported the team
with
excellent cheering.Perhaps, Vince Lombardi, the late
great
1
football coach,said it best:
"the
quality of man's life is directly
propor
tionate
to his
commitment to excellence.
\\
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f
Bulletin
Board
.$$
PLACEMENT
OFFICE |p£Xerox
Corporation will be recruiting seniors on Tuesday,
Dec.
13.
If
you
wish
an
interview,
you
must reserve a
time
as
soon
as possible.
f-
MS
Seniors
who
wish to be placed
on
the Newsletter mailinglist and desire other assistance from the Placement office,must register with
us.
Please stop in our office to obtain thenecessary
forms
if
you have
not already
done
so.Job Fairs will be held during the Christmas vacation inCleveland, Columbus,
Jersey
City, Lynchburg, andPhiladelphia. These
career-workshops
provide the*opportunity for employers who do not recruit on college campuses to find prospective employees. Additional features ofthese days include resume writing and interviewingtechniques seminars as well as individual career
coun
seling. Contact
our
office for further information .J-
'J
An
Egyptian Cultural Event
•-*
i
All members of the Mercyhurst
College
faculty,
staff,
and
{BulletinBoard
Continued
administration are invited to an Egyptian tea which will beheld on Sunday, Jan.
8,1978,
between the hours of
2:30-5:00
p.m. in the Faculty Lounge. Two members of the
Egyptian
group will make a formal presentation related to theirrespective academic disciplines. David Thomas will speakabout the influence that geology has played in the life of theEgyptians both past and present, Vincent Ward will talk
a
bout
the
Egyptian
people
and their cultural values.ATTENTION
BUSINESS
MAJORS! jOn Dec. 19 Mercyhurst College's three business fraternities (Phi Beta Mu, Phi Beta Lambda, and the Hotel-Restaurant Management Society) will sponsor:
A
Holiday
Happening (in celebration of the
coming
Christmas
and
New Year's Holidays) to be held at the Holiday Inn
Down
town (18th and State streets).For Frat Members:
6:30
p.m.
- Cocktail Hour
7:30-9:00
-
Buffet
Style dinner and program
Price-$6.25
(Paid Reservations
only) |
Make reservations by contacting one of the followingpeople: Beverley DiCarlo, Warren Snyder, Susan Longo, orLinda Parrish and send name and remittance
to
the PrestonHall
mailroom
in care of Cheryl
Sterm
- Box
509)
For allBusiness
ma
ors:
•£
t
-
k *
]||*|
Dancing after
9:00
p.m. (Free)
x
Celebrate with
us!
A
good time for
all!'
; »
$%
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Chemistry Departmentif The Chemistry Department will buy complete used HGSMolecular Model Sets for $4.00. Contact Dr. Blessing, Dr.
Williams
or Sister Josephine.
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'%'
f
Ski
Club
If anyone wants
to
buy
a
membership
to the Ski
Club contact Kathy, Room 102 Baldwin.
864-0503.
WiM
Used Book Sale
m
Phi Beta Lambda
is
now collecting books
for
their annualbook sale, which will
run the
first week
of
Winter term
in
Zurn Lobby. Drop
off
points
for the
books
are
205 Preston,124 Sesler, and 119 Baldwin.$|§§fc*§=P
H
PACE
I
PACE Students are invited to the PACE Program Christ-mas|Party at
8
00 p.m.
on«December
11 in the FacultyLounge.
This Jis
a good occasion for upper class PACEstudents to see old friends and for freshman PACE studentsto meet
upper class
PACERS. Come! 8 p.m., Dec. 11,Faculty Lounge.
t
i
%
|
$CEC '
h
CEC's third
Annual Dance
Marathon.
Jan.
6,7,
and 8
in
theStudent Union. If you plan to dance; please be in the Unionby 5:15 on Jan. 6. Bring a pillow, sleeping bag, change ofclothes, sponsor sheet and friends to cheer
you on.
The bandCalypso will be playing Friday night from 9:00 p.m.
-1:00
.m.
vx-:-
.
 
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j&&¥^
You
know
what's
wrong with America.The injustices,
even
in a
land that's just.Too
many
poor people.
And
there's
still
toomuch ignorance
and
hunger.
Generationsof people running as fast
as
they
can,
just tostand still. Everybody's talked about it for
years.
Talk
is
cheap.
And the road to Hell,
you
know
what
that's
paved with. It's
up
toyou,
do
something about
it!
Something
cal
ledVISTA.Volunteers
in
Service
to
America It's coming
aKve
again.
And
itsounds like it
just
may
be the
icket
 foryou,
YouTl
work
in
your community or someoneelse
s.
Whether you're
18
or
80,
whetheryour
income
is
high or
low, we
don't
care.
The people
you
help to organize
a
St.
Louis
poverty project or an
Appalachiancommunity co-op
won't care
as
long
as you
help.
And you
will.
Notallofit,
but
some
ofjt^And
we
won't
lie
toyou,
youfl
be
working long
and
hard and the
pay,
it'snottong to brag
about But
youTl
be
gettingJetting back more
than you've given. And
me
progress
you've
made, that
was
no
drop in the bucket
either,
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 free:
 800-424-8580.
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A
Publ.cSertr.ce
 of This Newspaper
&
The
Advising Counc.l
 
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DECEMBER
9,1977
Ken Miller...
I
(Continuedfro
The dean stated that at no timedid his office ever criticizeMiller. On the contrary, the deanspoke with him on two occasionsconcerning his decision
to
resign.Miller stated on this subject,
"The
administration has beenvery fair about the resignation.
"B
He
continued,*"I've
created anuproar, not many people resign inthe middle of the year."
I |
p|After
speaking with thepresident, dean, departmentheads, and dance majors it wasrumored that Miller mightreconsider his
I
resignation. Herevealed "I cannot reconsider."Questions arose concerningstudent complaints in relation to
Miller's
decision to leave. £*Complaints are commonrealities of students, faculty andadministration at the close ofeach term.;; But angers are
usually {calmed
down with
^the
passage of time.
jj\
I
Basic Dance I
has
studentscomplaining while some have
submitted
grade appeals
tosthem
Page 1)
dean. Miller stated that studentrepercussions occurred after he
had!
resigned.
He*
assured thatthese complaints had nothing todo with his recent decision.,'His belief
as
that dance istotally subjective. "Thereforethere is no foundation for complaints."
W
I
Miller agreed with the dean."We did spend a lot of money."He stated that expenses did arisewith the renting of MillcreekIntermediate. But
Ihe
insistedthat the portable
floor'had
beenpreviously budgeted.
jg
i
Miller J commented thatPresident
Shane
was totallyshocked at his
resignation
£"He
had
no
idea," added Miller. "Thisshows a communication breakdown within administration," hesaid.
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The
?
impact* that complaintsand criticisms
had'
on Ken
Miller's
decision
to
resign remainconfused. Whatever the reasons,Mercyhurst is once again minus adirector of the dance department.
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Obviously this mud bath
can't
be seen with the recent snowstorm,but students are hoping something will be done once the stormrecedes. The ruts came about because of a chain put up across theroadway that connects Baldwin to the Campus Center. The resultwas that cars went around the obstruction.
PHOTO
BY
TERRY
KELLY
p|
Attention Seniors!
Senior Dinner
* &
Monday, December 12
Cocktails
"
"
.?**?*
at 6:30Prime Rib
Dinner.
f
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.7.?.
,51Eat7:30
Senior Dance beginning
at 9
p.m.
I \
B.Y.O.B. Mixers Available
Music by
WAVE
E
I
Seniors only for
cocktails
and dinner.
jffjjB
You
may bring a guest for the
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can't be resolved together,"I'm going in optimistic but atthe same time realistic/' hestated. "I can't be pessimistic."
| When t
questioned on how effective he
;
thought County
Executive-elect Robbie 8 Robison
will be heading the new form of
government,!Bukowski
said itdepends on the people hesurrounds himself with."It's important that he getsthree strong and callable individuals to
nil
those three main
administrative
positions,"Bukowski replied,
"because
they
are
going
to be
performing dutiesthat reflect him."
IggFormer
Mercyhurst dean
William j
Garvey, professor ofhistory, who was
Bukowski's
campaign manager is beingconsidered by Robison to fill oneof those positions.
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j
The councilman-elect said hedidn't change to win and that thewin hasn't changed him. He willdevote his full-time to his workhere at the 'Hurst.
t
"I'm very much interested indeveloping the office of careerplanning and placement
n*w~
and more," he established. "Mywork
here|is
my first priority.Council council is a part-time joband comes, second.When asked why he preferredto run for county and not citycouncil, Bukowski said hefavored the former "because ofthe change? and the morerepresentative ways of
looking
atpeople than presently exist.
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Bukowski, jj26, who calledhimself "the youngster in thepolitical arena", said he felt thatthe time was
right/and
the newform of county government wasready for young people.
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"I think this form of government will sort of breed youngerindividuals or more non-politicaltypes of figures, which I am."On the topic of whether or not
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Gary Bukowskihe was building a career,Bukowski stated that he mightlike to after he establisheshimself and is no longer a novice
in ti.v
i^/Aitical
spectrum.He then talked about PresidentKennedy, whom
he
said served asa role model for him.
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"Under Kennedy governmentwas good, it has possibilities, itwasn't just for certain groups, itwas for everyone," he noted."I'd want to generate that type ofmentality."
I %&
"Government doesn't have tobe just bills and legislation," hecontinued.
"You
want to look athow it's going to lift humanity orlift your district, county or stateabove and beyond what was
done
before."Bukowski gave some credit tohis victory and others likeRobison due to the novelty of thegovernment and the new imagesthey both projected.,
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This "New Faces of
'77"
syndrome is much like the onethat in last year's presidentialelection catapulted
jJimmy
Carter
into
office.
Wr!<4
We^
need more people who
I
believe in the system. The
i
system really needs a lot of work,
!
but
what the system represents is
I
really a good thing.
' ''We
need more younger people
i
to walk into government to try tochange things. I'm suggesting asort of peaceful revolution,because you just can't deal in thepolitical arena and blow people
off.
"You've got! toi* use compromise, be a diplomat. There isroom in the political world and Ithink now is the right time foryoung, idealistic people if theyshow respect
ana
capability,'Bukowski concluded.Bukowski will be
sworn
intooffice on Jan. 2. County Councilmeetings, are scheduled forTuesday evening.
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Support 'em
MERCYHURST
LAKERS
PITT-JOHNSTOWN
Wednesday,December
14
1
Campus Center
8
p.m.
INQUIRING REPORTER ASKS:
Think The lakers
Are For
Real?
Donald
Duck*
If
we
were to become District 18champs, just think of the prestige itwould bring the school. This could lurethe good athletes here. This could meanmore students for Mercyhurst.could mean more....MONEY.
Snoopy
And
Woodstock
My favorite part of the Laker'sgames is waiting to get your tickets. Itgives me and Woodstock a change tocuddle up in our blanket. It gets prettycold
out
here, doesn't it Woodstock.
imos
W1;
i&m
Andy
Capp
I enjoy the
post-game
parties thebest.
>
Nancy
Don't bother me now. I'm late for thegame.

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