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Pm-Registration. March allows

WHY

you to select

selectron

In March

of courses

facrlrtates

the courses

at this time

regrstratron

.

Information

influences

1972 that

you wish

the final

to take

In the

May,

July or September

timetable

and the number

intendrng

to

of course

1972

sectrons

sesstons

to be offered

by mall

WHO PRE-

REGISTERS

- all currently July NOTE

WHEN WHERE

registered

or September,

undergraduate

: A failure to preregister will be interpreted space may be given to another student

- week

of March

IS lrsted AddItIonal

FACULTY

your

department/faculty

informatron

as an indication

advisor--

can be obtained

- mformatron

from

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that

you do not intend

to return

M. HIII ML ML ML ML ML ML ML

Economics

S.K.Ghosh R.R.Kerton

HUM HUM

212 213

English

W. Macnaughton

HUM

251

Drama

Mrs

Arts

In May,

and that

your

M. Hedges

341 337 340 346 329 241 224

HUM (Mar. HUM HUM

FACULTY

ML 314 ML 312

History

K.R. Davis J. English R. GUISSO D. Horton J. Walker

HUM HUM HUM HUM HUM

114 102 141 131 112

R H Holmes W.R. Abbott B.P Hendley M. McDonald J F. Narveson

HUM HUM HUM HUM HUM

320 326 324 323 330

CH.

ssc

Religious

Studies

Sociology

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Grant

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383 383

R. Legge

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366

F. Faslck M. Beauchamp MISS L. Fischer W.G. Scott

SSc 242 SSc 242 SSc 242 SSc 242

R L. Knight

SSc 327

St. Jerome’s

D.T. DeMarco A. Alleyne - Anthropology M. Lavlgne - Economics D. Letson - English E. MacCormack - English J.R. Finn - Classics & Roma rice Lang. P. Smith History F.Centore - Philosophy A. Flretto - Psychology J. Orlando - Psychology M. Coogan Religious Studies J. Wahl Non-Majors OF

J & K J & K

Systems Design Chemrcal Engineering CIVII Englneermg ElectrIcal Engineering Mechanical Engtneerlng

B J. C. R. R.

E 1307D Chem Eng E2313 E3304 E2324

INTEGRATED

BIII Smyth

STUDIES

WIIIS Ford Thompson Van Hdeeswijk N Dubey

Room

Department

Advisor

Geography

A. G. McLellan plus any faculty member

Man-Environment

the

R. Keith plus designated alternates

chevron

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SSc 241

Mr. Mr ’ Mr

Room

MC 4022 Anderson Mon Mar 13 9:30-11 30 Brlllrnger I Tues Mar 14 9.30. 1 .OO Miller Wed Mar 15 9.30.11:30 Thurs Mar 16 9 30-12.3C Mar 17 1 30. 4.30 1 Frl

Applied Analysis and Computer Science

V.A. Dyck Mon Mar 13 1:30-4:30 Tues Mar 14 ” ”

MC

Combinatorics Optimization

and

Dr. C.E. Haff Dr R. Burns Thurs Mar 16 4:30-6:3C

MC 5025 MC 6133 1056

Co-operative Programme

Teaching

Mr.

MC 5103

Mathematics

SCHOOL

OF

R. Dunkley

Dr. R.A. Dr E.M.

Science

5093 (office) 4022 (west half) . . .I

Mr

M. Bennett

Mr.

C. Springer

PHYSICAL

MC 5067 MC 5068

S&II Moskal

MC 5036 MC 5039

EDUCATION

&

Kinesiology Students are requested to sign up with their Faculty advisors as soon as possible for appointments for counselling during the week of March 13. 1972.

St.J. 208 101 206 2 212 209 205 105 5 4 204

2504

- MC 231

STUDIES

2B

School of Architecture

MC 5127 MC 5007

Actuarial

Students wrshmg to transfer to Engineering should contact one of the following people: Office

Banerfr)

Dr McGee Mrs Snyder

Mathematics

104

For this purpose, lists and appointment posted on the KINESIOLOGY bulletin “Classroom Wing”.

times board

WIII be In the

Recreation All students will be pre-regrstered the week of March 13. 1972. Students presently in Recreation WIII be notlfred by msturctors on the time and place preregistration will take place. ’

-Students from other faculties wishing to transfer to Recreation should check with Mrs. E. Barnett, Math and Computer Building, Room 6075L, for an appointment. OF SCIENCE

Year 1 Optometry Students and students possrble admission to report to the Optometry 14 or 16.

Name

(A.

Applied

Statistics

pretheir

Department

Zvllna)

students entering must pro-register

FACULTY are not report to

OF ENVIRONMENTAL

etc..

All Honours programme a third or fourth year with a department

Pure

A A A A

ENGINEERING

Those Engineers who registered In class should Departmental Offices.

places,

Four year general students may preregister with the above or with a department

COLLEGES M. Bird B. Sheppard

fron-

All students In three year pass program

333

P.M. Merlkle G A. Griffin

Renison

FACULTY

and

SSc 241

Advisor

All students proceedmg a) year 1 to year 2 b) Co-op 2A to Co-op

145 15-19) 178D 178F

M. Richter M. Kuxdorf

Science

OF

Department & 24.2

Germanic and Slavic Languages

Psychology

times

offices.

1B. S. Schultz(J. 3B: F. Thompson 4B. M. Cartsonts MATHEMATICS

Architecture

D. MacKay Mrs. N.L. Patterson

Philosophy

advisors.

L Martin G. George N. Pressman

Planning

J.J.Bmame JDugan J.Dumont Mrs. M. Gold Mrs. S. Haag R.L. Myers Mrs. B. Thalman

and Languages

regarding

faculty

Advisor

Classics Romance

10 990

programmes

below.

Anthropology

DIVISION

In undergraduate

13 - 17,1972 with

OF ARTS

Department

Political

enrol

AND

-‘fare-register

Fine

students

1972

wlshmg to pre-register for Year 2 Optometry should Office (MC 4050) on March

Advanced Years Optometry Students will be pre-registered In one regular classes. The School of Optometry nounce details All other Science Students should report to the Biology Seminar (BIoI. 2 246) located on the second flea Biology Building on one of three days. Monday. March 13 Tuesday. March 14 Wednesday. March 15 1 00 - 4 00 pm 9.30.11.30amand 9 30.11.30amand

of their will an-

Room of the

l:OO-4:OOpm 1.00.4:OOpm

NOTE: There will be no pre-registration or Friday of this week. Students must during the days and times noted.

on Thursday pre-register

RECREATION

In looking back over my recent columns, I’m struck by the abscence of good 01’ rock’n’roll records : the pop-rock, folk-rock, and country-rock styles are all well-represented, but I seem to have neglected the greasy kid stuff. While this may say more about my personal tastes than it does about the quality of current rock releases, I do detect a general failure of energy on the part of traditionally “hard” groups, resulting in desultory experimentation and such hopefully temporary aberrations as .“downer rock”. A distinguished exception to this trend, however, is the new album Mitch Ryder’s Detroit bY (Paramount PAS SOlO>, which I especially recommend to anyone tired of having his head fucked over by Black Sabbath-Grand Funk nonsense. “Mitch Ryder and the Detriot Wheels” were among the first white groups. to make effective use of the R&B and Soul traditions, and Detroit combines this heritage with just enough electricity to appeal to a very broad spectrum of the rock audience. e “Long Neck Goose” and “Let It Rock” should at least get the juices flowing, but it’s the great Lou Reed’s (The Velvet Underground> “Rock’n Roll” which will absolutely inflame your brain and make your feet dance neat and sweet. It’s about your “life saved through rock and roll,” and it has to be the killer album cut of the year. The other songs are uniformly good, if necessarily of a lower intensity, particularly a raunchy version of “It Ain’t Easy” which rivals that of the mysterious Ray Davies. Watch out for Detroit: if they ever do a whole album of the quality of “Rock’n Roll”, such lost arts as dancing, shucking, and jiving could do for our bodies what the other stuff sometimes does for our heads. “War” has also been through some changes recently, getting out from under the dubious influence of Eric Burdon and discovering that a relaxed brand of soul-rock is their ‘most comfortable bag. All Day Music (United Artists 5546) is so relaxed that it took me several listenings to appreciate War’s rather unique blending ,of rock, jazz, and soul elements; it wears well, however, and provokes “Hey, what’s that?” reactions from friends who usually abhor “soul music”. There is one “You all get up and boogie” cut, but it’s quite energetic and contrasts nicely with the more lyrical tone of the other songs. “All Day Music”, an AM hit,’ is typical: following bossa nova rhythm’ overlaid by strong individual statements from guitar, organ, and s,ax, supporting choral and solo vocals which reinforce the generally mellow atmosphere. War contains no individual supers tars, but since their collective efforts are very well arranged, they can bring off longer tracks without obviously exhausting their resources : There’s none of the “Rod Stewart did his thing, now the Small Faces are going to mess around for awhile” feeling that can vitiate a band which opts for equal time irrespective of talent. All Day Music is a distinctive album located somewhere in the musical space bvetween Santana and The Chambers Brothers, but not sounding “just like” anyone

else that I can think of. You could do much worse-judging by record sale’s charts, you are doing much worse-than by giving war a chance. Would you believe me if I told you that the Jackson 5 Greatest Hits (Tamla M741-L) album is a qualified gas? Since you mothers hardly ever respond, I haven’t a clue, but I’ll tell you anyway. The first three cuts on Side One, “I Want You Back”, “ABC”, and “Never Can Say Goodbye”, are among the niftiest Motown singles ever ‘made, pure sugar-coated nonsense totally devoid of social significance, and as enjoyable as puppy love and takin’ your baby out for’ an ice cream soda. This album also includes more than a bit of “filler”, for example the 4:46 “Maybe Tomorrow”, which simply proves that any Motown song over 3 minutes in length is probably a bummer. But how can you dislike a 14year old lead singer who puts over such lyrics as

,

It’s drivin’ me nuts ! I’m givin’ you all the candy, You’re givin’ him all your love ! I mean, you can’t, right? _ Seriously, folks, this is by no means the album of the year, but it is a welcome treat to those of us who listen to old Guess Who singles when we think we’re alone, and remember The Supremes, The Temptations, Martha and the Vandellas, etc., with something approaching nostalgic affection. Into each life, after all, a little cotton’ candy must fall. Back in the hard-rock vein, Mountain’s Flowers of Evil (Windfall 5501) is a rather obvious attempt to produce a one-record version of Cream’s Wheels on Fire: one side in the studio, one live, and with Felix Pappalardi as the common human denominator. Since Mountain is at best a secondstring Cream, however, we have not surprisingly been presented with what is at best a second-string album. Mountain isn’t bad live, so side two contains acceptably speedy renditions of “Roll Over’ Beethoven” and “Mississippi Queen”, interspersed with some instrumental noodling during which you can go to the john or whatever. But side one is another story: five of the dullest and most lyrically convoluted songs since the last Fairport Convention album, of which the first stanza of “Pride and Passion” is typical: One man’s life passed all in needing. Words out loud that want repeating. Fathers passed to sons their craving. Woman’s loved. Their children saving kings who walk with banners waving still. To hearken back to Wheels on Fire, side one has all the pretension of “Pressed Rat and Warthog” with none of its saving humour, and is just about impossible to listen to unless you’re doing something else. And that’s too bad, because Mountain live is a healthy cut above the Grand Funk-James Gang number, capable of generating excitement w’lthout making you feel vaguely guilty about it. Stay away from those studios, guys, and better luck next time. --pad

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