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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Chicago, IllinoisPage two the daily Zillini Jwj it a saturday october 24, 1970 project financially plague seek re evaluation of advisor position by Kathy Reinbolt daily Zillini staff writer the boxes of the advisor the student evaluation of teachers and courses Are piled High in room 284 of the Zillini Union. Each Box contains 30 advisor booklets and All together about 3,000, half of the number of books ordered Are there. By a we Are going to have to rethink our position and View ourselves strictly As a service project a Larry Rabyne president of the advisor commented. Rabyne sees the advisors financial problems As insurmountable although he added the advisor staff was making plans to put out another edition next year. Lose interest a it is sad that students and faculty lose interest so quickly and ignore something that could be a useful tool a Jeff Glickman business manager of the advisor said. A we have already gotten several not so Subtle hints Money will not be so free this coming year for the advisor a Glickman said. A the administration does not want to get Hung up on financing something indefinitely a he added. The 1970-1971 advisor received Grants of $5,000 from the University presidents office and $3,000 from the a has to change a obviously something has to be cocktail party. S. Eliot at the armory by Patti Anderson and Tom Cockbill t. S. Eliot so the cocktail 1 chancellors office. Party a presented last night by the University speech department offered a penetrating yet sympathetic View of Many a struggling to accept the Compromise of life. In a convincing performance Donna Rice As Lavinia chamber Layne expressed the helplessness and confusion she Felt at the inevitability of Fate determining the course of each Pesons life. She said her life seemed to be part of a huge machine which someone else was running. Each character attempted to find meaning in the role Fate determined for him and face the hollowness and sometimes unbearable realities it presented. The play began and ended with a cocktail party set in the late 40�?Ts, and emphasizing How the Chamberlayne and Peter Ouille had evolved in individual self realization. The dialogues in the play moved along Well. Soliloquies were not As Well done and some of the actors seemed to be reciting their lines at times. Thomas Farrington who played the omniscient psychoanalyst was guilty of this once or twice. Norman Beamer was excellent As the indecisive easily influenced but philosophical Edward chamber Layne. Marshall Poole a portrayal of the diffident Peter Quispe was a Little Over done in spots. Performances by Martin Fleisher and Diane Tasca As Alexander Gibbs and mrs. Shuttle Waite were almost on the Hammy Side but in their particular roles this Type of acting did not detract from the total performance. Changed a Glickman said. He suggested that the format of the Book be kept but that the staff Experiment in its marketing techniques. The two editors of the 1970-71 advisor said they believed student interest in the project is High and much of the advisors failure was due to the Lack of Selling and advertising campaigns. A the Low sales was not the fault in depth report what s behind the news of the Book a Roger Simon advisor editor said. A Rabyne sees lots of advisors on hand so he says lets change it a Simon commented. An honest evaluation of How the Book was sold should be made before any drastic changes he added. Linda Hansen advisor editor commented that a stepped up setting procedures and More Adver Tising were needed. A perhaps the Selling was not As vigorous As it should have been a Rabyne commented. Rabyne and Glickman headed the sales Campaign. Rabyne said that Many changes to the advisor had been discussed but none seem satisfactory. Proposed changes Are mime graphing the Book putting it out every three years with additional supple ments or evaluating a limited number of courses in a particular edition. Rabyne Calle the advisor a a great service to students a but added that the Book could not be profit making. A the advisor has the responsibility to watch out for its own existence a Rabyne commented. A we have always gotten Breaks a he added. They re Here 1971 Kawasaki a 100 s 125 s 175 a 350 s amp Mack ill s a More models to come soon a Phil s cow House . % Champaign 863-5060 open 10 to 10 today a editorial staff editor Steve Melshenker i spectrum editors Earl Merkel and Steve Melshenker j sports editor Bill Hennig photo editor Jim Baird i assistant editor Pat Erin wire editor Geof Dubson assistants Teresa Proctor Esther Tomaszek Steve Cross Arnold Vic Judy Hevrdejs. The daily Illinik in its 100th year of service to the University and Community member of the associated press member of the College press service the associated press and College press ser i. Vice Are exclusively entitled to the use foe republication of a local news printed in this charter member . Student press Assn. Richard Sublette publisher William Shaw director of advertising Carl Schwartz editor in chief Beth Karlin executive editor Earl Merkel news editor Alan Granat business manager Robert . Busi neti mgr. State editors. Terry Shepard sports i Debbie Daro Campus Steve Melshenker i feature Robert c. Cooper. City pan Ingrassia state Karen Dowler copy Alan Zucheck. Photo Chart managers Gary Budd circulation Sally i Good office Lea Cutler. Nihon Al advertising sue Meilach dispatch Richard Pearson. office hours monday through Friday 8 . To 5 . Phone 217 333-3730._ second class postage paid at Urbana Illinois published daily except sunday and monday in the fall and Spring semesters at the University of Illinois. Not published during summer school on Days following holidays nor when the University of Illinois is not in session. The business and editorial offices of the daily a Lent Are located in the Gregory Hall Urbana Illinois and in the basement of Zillini rail 620 East John Street Champaign Illinois. The Public office in the latter location. Subscription Price $10.06 per year $6.00 per Sente a or. Of amp Foft it a
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