State College Daily Collegian in State-College, Pennsylvania
30 Jan 1973

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30 Jan 1973

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State College Daily Collegian (Newspaper) - January 30, 1973, State College, PennsylvaniaRax of pm my to so re amp a &&/um6 mph is fac Man committed to his music letters to the editor questioning Oswald \ to the editor in Light of sundays Celebration of reconciliation called for by University president Oswald Why is it now that Oswald Speaks up when on May 2, he responded to a letter written for the coalition for peace by Larry Smukler As follows dear or. Smukler this is to acknowledge your letter of april 28, 1972, in which you make several requests of this office pertaining to a statement on the Vietnam War and a class moratorium. Such official statements in my opinion Are inappropriate for the president to make by virtue of his office. Because i am convinced that i was asked because i serve As the president of the Pennsylvania state University i am equally convinced that in that capacity i must decline your request. There is no Way i am aware of that the president can Issue a statement which would not be construed As official and As representing the University As a whole. Obviously there Are Many divergent viewpoints on a Campus such As this a a divergence which obviously includes my own personal viewpoint. The expression of such viewpoints in an official manner is a political nation of the office of the president unacceptable to me. I recognize and appreciate your deep personal concern. I ask that you understand my own responsibility to the University at Large. Sincerely John w. Oswald Christy Brown president student peace Union True journalist to the editor when Are you going to Stop campaigning for sen. Mcgovern and Start serving the College Community with a real newspaper i m going to indulge in a Little name calling but in a also going to Back up my statements to begin with there does not seem to be a journalist on your entire staff. I be never seen such incredible incompetent incoherent ignorant garbage assembled in one place As has been recently appearing in the daily collegian. The blame can to be entirely with your writers a you sir Are supposed to be an editor. How Long has it been since you made a True evaluation of the journalistic Quality of your a newspaper Quot the problem often is As much one of omission As just incompetent writing. Example in the Friday Jan. 19th, Issue which was your last before the ticket office was to open on sunday for the Sale of tickets to the hungarian gymnastics meet there was not so much As a single sentence reminder of that fact. However there was plenty of space for Elaine Herscher a ridiculous Junior High school Quality article entitled Quot where have they gone a example this time not of omissions just incompetence and Lack of any kind of objective news iting in the monday Jan. 22 Issue again Herscher this time her six column article on Page one concerning the inauguration a this article serves not the right of the people to know but instead serves Only your policy of constant personal interference with straight new reporting. From the fifth column a a the cause of the disturbance was not not determined by whom miss Herscher not determined by you. Not determined because you re not a reporter you re just a kid with a toy and you Don t know How to use it. Now on to Page two the incredible simple mindedness of a making it All so Clear relegates it to a position ranking right along with bathroom Graffiti. And you be got the grapes to print it As an intellectual endeavour into the Field i suppose of Clever satire. Questions were you too Busy concocting political garbage to have someone try to serve the student body by covering the Van Cliburn performance you might even have attempted an interview along with a photograph. But then again no. That comes dangerously close to serving someone besides yourselves. Its fairly obvious that in a a Nixon Man but that has much less to do with this letter than that in a majoring in one aspect of the mass Media and am As a consequence deeply concerned with All aspects. In summing up i can Only say that you seem to be falling woefully Short of any decent goals in new writing. Lloyd Davis 8th-broadcasting two Days after Christmas Mah Vishnu John Mclaughlin and the Mah Vishnu orchestra walked onto the Hollywood Florida and asked for a moment of silence. John Mclaughlin is a deeply spiritual Man and this pause indicates his combination of Eastern religion and philosophy with Western music. Just what Mah Vishnu thinks about during these moments of reflection is his own. I suppose that Many a like myself thought about the recent continuation of the bombing of North Viet Nam and wondered where Richard Nixon s plan for Quot just peace Quot had gone. Only two nights earlier i had joined several protesters in front of Nixon s key Biscayne White House asking myself the same thing. How fortunate that peace now seems to be with us. But i digress this a music review not an editorial. John Mclaughlin s music is so overwhelming it is hard to take everything in at once. Jan Hammer plays electric piano and was Here at Penn state this summer with the Jeremy Steig quartet. Using electronic devices he bends and buzzes his notes. Rick Laird s Bass playing is Strong and solid often holding the electrifying music together. Complimenting them is Jerry Goodman on violin formerly of the flock. Goodman s virtuosity As a jazz violinist is unparalleled. He moves easily from moments of dizzying Scalar passages with hands blur to tender melodic lines played gracefully and with taste. Perhaps the real virtuoso or even better wizard of the group is Billy Cobham the drummer. Cobham is the drummer s drummer. His technique is flawless. He plays clean and mean with inexhaustible creative Energy and stamina. His hands Are in perpetual motion never retreating to a comfortable straight jazz or Rock beat. In concert he seemed to be searching for new ways to play his Drums. What is so remarkable is that he always found them. Quot i want my playing to be simple enough for the audience to understand but intricate enough for them to be awed by what i m doing a Cobham explains. Like his elusive compositions Mclaughlin s guitar playing is hard to pin Down. It is entirely his. He uses a double neck Gibson guitar one with six strings the other with twelve. Most of his solos Are on the six string. His music Breaks away from the conventional forum the daily collegian is looking for responsible comment from interested townspeople faculty members alumni undergraduates and graduates. Anyone interested in submitting a column should Call or write editorial editor collegian forum Box 467, state College a. 16801. Telephone 865-1828. Offices in 126 Carnegie. Parameters of Melody and Harmony dealing More directly with intensities Waves and crests of sound. What is so amazing though is that he never forgets the parameters he never Abandons what music is All about namely Melody Harmony and rhythm. He is alternately lyrical Funky and Light. His music is loud difficult and at times wild. But he has it under control and most important it makes sense. Mclaughlin began with Quot meeting of the spirits Quot a Cut from his Quot inner mounting. Flame Quot album. He played his guitar through a Maestro phase shifter which is somewhat like listening to an Organ through a Leslie speaker. This shifting and blending Ozone chord into another gives a mystical almost Spacey sound on which Goodman plays a vigorous and repetitive pattern. I expected some acoustical and More traditional jazz work from his earlier album Quot my goals what i heard instead was a Surprise. It was a rather straight blues number featuring Goodman on violin. He held his violin like a ukulele and plucked the strings. Jan hammers natural tendency for Funk came out Here with some Bluesy riffs. It was a pleasant break from the usual Odd meters in which All five musicians seem to try frantically to get so Many notes in before the first beat of the new bar. Asked about the interplay Between the band during solos Mclaughlin says. A you open yourself to the things around you. Of course it depends on the state of consciousness you re in. I be been in states of consciousness where i m not the the music beat by Eric Diamond creator. Then i just even when he Quot just plays a it is Clear the Mah Vishnu takes his music More than very seriously. He is More than a songwriter More than a jazz guitarist. Like so Many deeply religious artists his music exudes the mysticism and spirituality that went into it s making. Witness John Coltrane or . Bach. Especially when dealing with Eastern religions and music the entire event of making music becomes intricately involved with the supernatural. A music is Way beyond the mind. You re conscious of what you re doing but you re being moved by something greater a Mah Vishnu says. More than any other musician i have Ever heard John Mclaughlin must be listened to to be understood. It is too easy to Heap adjectives of Praise on him. He won downbeat a readers award of Best popular and Best instrumental combo. That Speaks for itself. He is committed and has a message. His music is a vehicle for it and is Only a Means to an end. Just what Hsi a goals beyond Quot Are i surely can to speculate i suspect however that they May be related to working and praying for peace for nothing like music so soothes the soul. The daily editor collegian John r. Myers business manager successor to the free Lance est. 1887 r of the associated press opinions express a editors and staff of the daily collegian Are not necessarily those of h�4 a verse to administration faculty or students. Mail a subscription Price $17.50 a year. Mailing address Box 467, state College a. 16801 office 126 Carnegie editorial staff 865-1828 business staff 865-2531 business office hours monday through Friday 9 30 . To 4 . Board of editors managing editor Andy Beierle City editor Karen Carnabucci editorial editor Gary Mayk assistant City editors Rick Nelson Pat Stewart contributing editors Ric Grant Elaine Herscher copy editors Steve Ivey Kathy Suhorsky Theresa Villa sports editor Glenn sheeley assistant sports editor Ray Mcallister feature editor Angela Zito senior reporters Ken Chestek Mitchell Chernoff Bill Guthlein Mark Simenson photo editor Bob Kochman assistant photo editor Jon Fortuna weather reporter Bob Konchak. Board of managers local and manager John Todd assistant local and manager de Todd National and manager Steve Wetherbee credit manager Howard Kaplan classified manager Calvert Tolbert circulation manager Tom Harris office manager Sherry herring Art director Helen Bittmann. The end result 109 s. Allen Street open Mori. &fri.9to 9, tue. Thru sat. 9 to 5 30 wine decanters and glasses february 12, 19 placement recruiting schedule companies and schools All detailed information available in room 12, Grange address graph Multi graph corporation first National Bank of Maryland Ohio Edison company Ortho pharmaceutical corporation North Penn school District february 13, 1973 away inc. Here feb. 13 amp 14 Allied chemical corporation american can company Charmin paper products co. Here feb. 13 amp 14 Chrysler corporation Connecticut Mutual life insurance co. Diamond Shamrock corporation general Astronica corporation general electric company Norden division United aircraft corp. Peter Paul inc. Procter amp Gamble Penna. Liquor control Board United states steel corp. Here feb. 13 amp 14 shared medical systems Bernardsville new York school District Howard county my. Public schools Here feb. 13 amp 14 Liverpool new York Central schools Morrisville Eaton new York Central school february 14. 1973 Ibex corp. 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United aircraft corporation february 23. 1973 Bamberger Scia Hannaford Brothers company Prudential ins. Co. Of America army corps of engineers Philadelphia dist. Pennsylvania Power company Penna. Manufacturers association casualty insurance company Owca Queen Annex a county Maryland Board of education t the Sisters of Alpha Sigma Alpha wish to thank the men of Alpha Chi Sigma for in helping with kidnapping of our pledges. The creative woman a women a exhibition and or demonstration of any form of self expression february 23-25 if you or your group Are interested in contributing arts crafts or other forms of creativity please Contact the . Office 203 h Hub 865-7211 by Jan. 30, 1973 sponsored by the association of women students a a one come All for Economy and convenience. When in new York City make your Headquarters Sloane House Myca. Sloane House is within walking distance of most City attractions and events. Open 24 hours a Day. Features include Wake up service attractive cafeteria tour information experimental theatre. Folk song fest laundromat Check room Public student rates single rooms at $5.00/reduced rates for groups. Get dressed. At the fashion Bug a Branch of the Myca of greater Newyork Sloane House Meta 356 w. 34th st., new York City 10001, 212 0x5-5133 1490 rooms for men women amp groups pick up student discount card. Good for 10 percent off any Reg. Priced merchandise

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