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									        Board votes on Jordan' plan
                              s                                                                                                                                                                 USG forms new group
                                                                                                                                                                                                to counsel president
        By PHIL CUTIS                             Building, near the Nittany Lion Inn.      the program is to determine ways to                     That background material, which
        Collegian Staff Writer                    A meeting of the Committee on             develop strategies for:                               was titled the "principles for
                                                  Physical Plant begins at 8:30 a.m.                                                                                                            By LORI MUSSER                              However, Dave Labuskes,
                                                                                               • Assessing the way each of the                    guiding stra tegic planning "
                                                                                                                                                                                                Collegian Staff Writer                   president of the Association of
          University President Bryce              and the Committee on Finance              University 's teaching, research or                   includes several points that provide
        Jordan yesterday revealed for the         convenes at 9:30 a.m.                                                                                                                                                                  Residence Hall Students, said
                                                                                            public service units may best serve                   better detail on the progra m Jordan                                                   working representatives are
        first time his proposed policy              Jordan 's proposed strategic            the individual student, the state and                                                                 To develop a direct , effective
                                                                                                                                                  has in mind.                                                                           needed for "a more effective
        statement on strategic planning.          planning document contained two           the nation , "both now and in the                       First, the principles stressed that         student voice to the
        The document, which two                   paragraphs of introductory                future. "                                                                                           administration , the                     working body." Labuskes said
                                                                                                                                                  the commitments in the                                                                 these representatives provide
        committees of the University Board        material , followed by six. broad                                                                                                             Undergraduate Student
                                                                                               • Preparing a "well documented                     University 's other planning                  Government Executive Council             more manpower for action.
        of Trustees recommended for               guidelines for the stra tegic planning    and carefully ordered set of                          document, "A Perspective on the
        approval , stresses Jordan 's hopes       process.                                                                                                                                      voted last night to exclude                Also at the meeting, the council
                                                                                            priorities for programs, services                     '80s," will serve as a base for                                                        granted membership to the
        of making Penn State one of the top          "The Pennsylvania State                and activities likely to propel" the                  strategic planning.                           organizations ' working
                                                                                                                                                                                                representatives and the Student          International Student Council and
        10 public universities in the country .   University is the comprehensive,          University to a place among the Top                      "The concepts of quality ,
           A joint meeting of the board's         publicly related , land-grant                                                                                                                 Union Board from membership in           to Marie Patricia Walsh , student
                                                                                            Ten public universities.                              flexibility and selectivity shall                                                      nominee to the University Board
        committees on affirmative action          university of the Commonwealth of                                                                                                             the council.
                                                                                               • Determining "as accurately as                    continue to guide the planning
                                                                                                                                                                                                  As part of the restructuring, the      of Trustees.
        and educational policy also heard         Pennsylvania ," the policy                possible the human , fiscal and                       process," the principles said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                council also voted to adopt a new          In other revisions, the council
        an informational report from              statement said. "Its mission is to        physical resources required to                          The principles also said the                                                         voted to allow two liaison
        William W. Asbury, executive              provide high quality instruction ,        implement" the University 's                                                                        name — the University Executive
                                                                                                                                                  strategic planning reassessment               Council.                                 representatives from the Council
        assistant to the president for            research and public service for the       priorities most effectively.                          will not be limited to existing                                                        of Branch Campus Student
        administration, on the University 's      state and nation." i                                                                                                                            The new council replaces the
                                                                                               • Providing for a periodic review                  University organizations, but may             Student Advisory Board , which           Governments into the
        progress toward affirmative action          And in what board President             and determination of the priorities,                                                                                                         organization.
                                                                                                                                                  develop "broader perspectives that            met with the University president
        goals.                                    Walter J. Conti said he saw as the        "once they are operative."
                                                                                                '                                                 may be distinctly different from              once every three months.                   The council also voted to support
          Asbury, also chairman of the            "real key" to the strategic planning      ' • Providing for "systematic and
                                                                                                                                                  current structures."                            University President Bryce             a proposal submitted by Robert E.
        University's new Equal                    process, the statement added:             ongoing evaluation of the
        Opportunity Planning Committee,             "Its goal is a place among the                                                                  "New structures may emerge,"                Jordan had asked the students to         Dunham , vice president of
                                                                                            performance of each teaching,                                                                                                                undergraduate studies, that
        said the University is planning to        country 's most excellent public          research and public service unit of                   the document said , "and some                 establish a group of student
        spend $700,000 more than the $1.06        universities."                                                                                  existing ones may be absorbed or              leaders that would meet with him         outlines a new academic advising
                                                                                            the University in its pursuit of the
        million already budgeted for                In speeches before various <            declarations of this strategic                        disappear ."                                  once a month.                            system.
                                                  segments of the University .                                                                                                                    Discussing the elimination of            Dunham cited a study conducted
        affirmative action activities.                                                      planning program."                                      Further detailjng Jordan 's plans,
          Jorda n announced his plans to          community, Jordan has repeatedly                                                                                                              working representatives from the         by the Division of Undergraduate
                                                                                               • Developing a system and                          the principles said:                                                                   Studies that found that students
        institute a Universitywide strategic      stressed his goal of improving Penn       timetable where the board will '                                                                    council , USG President Emil
        planning programs about a month           State to the point where it would be                                                              "Strategic decisions about                  Parvensky said: "Many members            and faculty think advising is
                                                                                            receive "periodic
        before assuming office on July l.         considered one of the Top 10 public                                                             individual units shall be made with           don 't feel working reps are             important and many are not
                                                                                            recommendations and reports" on
        Yesterday's recommendation by             universities in the country.              the University 's progress in                         regard to the prospective benefit to          needed."                                 satisfied with the present system.
        the board's committees affirmed             According to the document               reaching its goals.                                   the entire University ," adding that            Council members expressed a               He said the revised advising
        his plans for the first time.             recommended yesterday, the board            The committees recommended                          "implementation of the                        concern that working                     program would use "dedicated
          The full board is expected to           directed Jordan , "with appropriate       the policy statement with little                      University 's equal opportunity and           representatives on the council           advisers, professional or faculty "
        accept its committees'                    participation by University               discussion, asking only for one                       affirmative action plans shall be an          would cause repetition of views.         to advise students with undeclared
        recommendation today and adopt            constituencies," to "develop and          editorial change in the agenda                        integral component of the strategic           They said only the president and         majors. Students with declared
        the policy guideline. The board           maintain an ongoing program of            background material that                              planning process."                            vice president from each student         majors would be advised by a
        meets at 11 a.m. in the Faculty           strategic planning." The purpose of       supported the guidelines.                                    Please see JORDAN,Page 24.
                                                                                                                                                                                                organization should attend               faculty member in the student's
                                                                                                                                                                                                meetings.                                particular discipline.

                                                                                                                                                       Noise allowed — in moderation

                                                                                                                                                                                              districts —regardless if citizens             In an issue closely related to the
                                                                                                                                                       By ANNE CONNERS
                                                                                                                                                       Collegian Staff Writer                  complained about the noise '               noise problem , the planning
                                                                                                                                                                                               emanating from bars and                   commission is also trying to better
                                                                                                                                                           This football weekend/bands in      restaurants:                  • .... -   "enforce its ordinance that limits to
                                                                                                                                  If \*1                downtown bars can make all the           But after several downtown               three the number of unrelated
                                                                                                                                                       noise they want — as long as it         business owners complained that           peope living in a house in an area
                                                                                                                         ti                            doesn 't bother anyone else.           the noise ordinance enforcement            zoned for single-family homes or
                                                                                                                                                        , Only "flagrant violators" of the    was harming their business, the            duplexes.
                                                                                                                                                       borough's noise ordinance will be      State College Municipal Council               Part of the difficulty in enforcing
                                                                                                                                                       issued citations , Municipal           agreed that the ordinance should be        the ordinance lies in the lack of a
                                                                                                                                                       Manager Carl Fairbanks said at         reviewed.                                 clear definition of "resident,"
                                                                                                                                                       last night's State College Planning       The ordinance places noise level       "visitor " and "guest."
                                                                                                                                                       Commission meeting.                    limits at 55 decibels for residential
                                                                                                                                                          However, Fairbanks stressed         areas and 62 decibels for                     Downs said the commission has
                                                                                                                                                       that the ordinance would be            commercial districts. Readings are        asked attorney Ben Novak to
                                                                                                                                                       rigorously enforced in residential     measured at the building 's               prepare an opinion on the meanings
                                                                                                                                                       neighborhoods.                         property line. (A loud conversation       of these words within the next two
                                                                                                                                                          "We are enforcing the noise         voice registers at about 60               weeks.
                                                                                                                                                       ordinances in residential and other    decibels.)                                  . In other business:
                                                                                                                                                       zones as we have in the past ,"           A borough committee consisting
                                                                                                                                                       Fairbanks said. "In commercial         of Health Officer Mark Henry ,                 • The commission rejected a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         proposal to buy six acres of land
                                                                                                                                                       districts , we won't initiate          Regional Planning Director Dennis          from the YMCA after Downs read a
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                                                                                                                                                       enforcemen t unless there is a         Elpern , Zoning Officer Carl Hess          report from Regional Parks and
A                                                                                                                                                      flagrant violation ."                  and Williams is studying the
                                                                                                                                              1                                                                                          Recreation Director Robert Ayer
                                                                                                                                                          Fairbank's position is a reversal   ordinance and has asked the                stating that the borough does not
                                                                                                                                                       of a policy previously carried out     acoustic specialists who drafted it        need the land for ball fields as"
                                                                                                                                                       by State College Police Chief          to re-examine the noise levels.            much as it once did.
                                                                                                                        Photo by Dan Olesky            Elwood G. Williams. After citizens      . The committee should have a             ¦ Many commission members also
                                                                                                                                                       complained about noisy parties-in      report prepa red by October or
Time out
                                                                                                     -'                       ,       4
                                                                                                                                                       residential neighborhoods, the         November , said Planning                   said the land's $125,000 price tag
                                                                                                                                                       police began strictly enforcing the    Commission.Chairman Roger                  was too high.
Emmett Mancinelli (junior-mechanical engineering) and Chris Parnsh (junior-mechanical engineering) take a study break on
the lawn in front of Pattee Library.                                                                                                                   borough's noise ordinance.             Downs. Meanwhile, Downs said the              The six acres are a section of a 14-
                                                                                                                                                          In an effort to avoid               planning commission is trying to           acre tract located at the corner of
                                                                                                                                                       discrimination , Williams decided to   define a socially acceptable, as           Waupelani Drive and Whitehall
                                                                                                                                                       enforce the ordinance in both non-     opposed to technically satisfactory,       Road that the YMCA hopes to

           Governor criticizes LCB
                                                                                                                                                       commercial and commercial              noise level .                              develop into a community center.

         Price increase fuels fight to streamline monopoly
         By S.A. MILLER                                                will remain the same price," Wadlinger said.
                                                           ¦              But board member Mario Mele, Thornburgh' s only
         Collegian Staff Writer
                                                                       appointee to the board, called the recent move "callous
           A recent Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board                  and irresponsible." He charged in an interview                                                                                                                       inside
         decision to increase prices on items larger than 750          yesterday that , by raising prices on the more popular
         milliliters has one board member and Gov. Dick                items, his "colleagues on the board (Chairman Daniel
                                                                       Pennick and Ralph O. Barnett) have reneged their                                                                                                                      • Twenty-four-hour parking on
         Thornburgh fuming, and it may provide new                                                                                                                                                                                          campus is now available to off-
         ammunition in a battle to streamline the state's liquor       obligation to protect the consumer."                                                                                                                                 campus students           Page 2
         monopoly.                                                        Mele said that if the board had "made an attempt to
                                                                       control costs " in the past and "provided a responsible                                                                                                               • University President Bryce
           Pennsylvania has had a monopoly on the liquor                                                                                                                                                                                    Jordan has proposed that the
         industry in this state since the end of Prohibition in        service to the consumer," he might have considered                                                                                                                   University Board of Trustees ap-
         1933. The industry has been very profitable for the state     increasing prices.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            prove a request that includes a
         at times, such as fiscal year 1980-81, when it earned            "I don 't see this happening, " Mele said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            recommendation for a tuition
         nearly $211 million.                                             Since joining the board a little more than three years                                                                                                            freeze                  Page 12
           But the state's monopoly has come under                     ago, Mele said he has proposed several ways to reduce
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             • Find out where all the action
         particularly heavy fire in recent years from those who        the liquor business ' mounting fixed costs, which he and                                                                                                             is on campus and downtown in
         believe the state could benefit more from a privately          other liquor monopoly critics blame for the dwindling
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the Weekend section.
         run liquor industry.                                           profits.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Page 20
           Dwindling profi ts — which fell from $52.2 million in          These proposals include decreasing hours in low
         fiscal 1980 to $29.5 million last year — have the              liquor-consumption areas, working out more
         monopoly's harshest critics alleging mismanagement             reasonable shift structures with union employees and                                                                                                                index
         on the part of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board .         devising a regional listing progra m to improve the
         Critics argue that the state might receive more                marketing of the state's liquor supplies. Mele said none                                                                                                                                             22
         revenue from a well-managed private liquor industry .          of his proposals have been'adopted.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Classifieds        16
           Thornburgh has been an especially harsh critic of the           "Raising prices was the easiest thing for (the board)                                                                                                            Opinions...                      10
         three-member Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.                to do," Mele said; "By raising prices, I think we have
                                                                        aggravated the consumer and may end up losing                                                                                                                       Sports                           13
         Thornburgh said that Wednesday 's board vote to                                                                                                                                                                                    Weekend ...                      20
         increase prices on 24 of the state's 38 top-selling items      money."
         underscored "the need to remove Pennsylvania 's                   Board Chairman Pennick said in a recent ' interview
         liquor system from the hands of this unresponsive              he believes the regional listing concept is "a fine idea. "                                                                                                         weather
         board."                                                           "We can 't have every item on the shelf. It' s just not
            LCB program analyst Ronald Wadlinger said the               good business ," Pennick said.                                                                                                                                      Increasing clouds today with
         move was made so the LCB could recoup more of the                 But Pennick said he also believes fixed costs and                                                                                                                showers arriving late this af-
         costs of shipping and storing items larger than 750            competition from other states are not the sole cause of                                                                                                             ternoon. High of 70 degrees.
         milliliters.                                                   dwindling profits. Like other "big industries ," Pennick                                                                                                            Periods of rain tonight with a low
            "It costs more to handle larger items, so a's a result ,    said he believes the liquor industry has suffered the                                                                                                               of 56. Mostly, cloudy tomorrow
         those items larger than 750 milliliters will go up in          effects of a weak economy.                                                                                                                                          with rain tapering to showers by
         price. Prices will drop for (items) less than 750                 "People don 't have the money to buy a lot of liquor ,"                                                                                                          afternoon. High near 67.
          milliliters and approximately 66 percent of our stock          Pennnick said.                                                                                                                                                                     —by Glenn Rolph
2—The Daily Collegian Friday, Sept. 16, 1983

                                                                                                                                                                       Off-campus students
   Textbook scramble:                                                                                                                                                  get 24-hour parking
                                                   Course changes, larger classes cause shortage                                                                       By ALICE RUDOLPH                             prepared statement.
                                                                                                                                                                       Collegian Staff Writer                          At the beginning of the semester,
   By ANTHONY HUGHES                        estimating the enrollment for each       Rinehart , head secreta ry of the         cially because of the switch from                                                    24-hour on-campus parking was not
   and GRACE LoMONACO                       course and then orders books based       department , said additional books        terms to semesters, Tsong said.           Twenty-four-hour parking on cam-           available to off-campus students, and
   Collegian Staff Writers                  on that number and past enrollment       were ordered for fi ve classes, in-         Stanley Kochanek, professor of                                                     the Organization for Town Indepen-
                                            figures. Books become scarce when                                                                                          pus is now available to off-campus
                                                                                     cluding Marketing 510, 552 and 322.       political science, said the text book   students, the Student Traffic Office         dent Students said many off-campus
      Inaccurate enrollment estimates       new course sections are added at         Students did not need the books for       shortage is an adjustmen t problem      has announced .                              students would have trouble finding
   and last minute textbook changes         registration to meet increased stu-      the first part of the semester but                                                                                             parking downtown.
                                                                                                                               that could not be avoided.                Parking Lot 44, on Curtin Road
   have left many students unable to        dent need, he said.                      will use them for reference later.                                                                                                "It was never the University's in-
   obtain the textbooks needed for                                                                                                                                     near Beaver Stadium, has been desig-
                                              Long said he sympathizes with            One reason the departmen t made            Kochanek , who teaches Political     nated as a 24-hour parking area for          tent to restrict the 24-hour parking
   their courses.                           students who cannot complete their       some last-minute orders was that          Science 22, said he called the pub-                                                  privileges of students living offrcam-
                                                                                                                                                                       vehicles with either red or green
      Steve Long, manager of the Uni-       assignments because of the delay.        teaching assistant assignments are        lisher of the text he originally in-    stickers. Red stickers have been is-         pus permanently," Upcraft said in
   versity Book Centre, 206 E. College                                               given after the textbooks have been       tended to use for the course and the                                                 the statement.
                                               "We've had some students who                                                                                            sued to off-campus students and
   Ave., said several professors have                                                ordered and sometimes they                publisher said enough books were in     green stickers have been issued to              He had previously stated that 250
                                            were totally lost," he said.                                                       stock. But , after Kochanek placed
   ordered new textbooks on short no-                                                change, she said.                                                                 residence hall students.                     parking spaces were lost this year
   tice this year.                            Professors should take that prob-                                                the order, the publisher notified him                                                due to construction in the Nittany
                                            lem into consideration when they           "We don't like to make changes,                                                   Permits are $15 per semester and
                                                                                                                               of a shortage and Kochanek had to                                                    Halls residence area and that the
      "There have been a lot more           change the textbooks, he said.           but when we do, we try to do it as                                                can be purchased at the Student Traf-
                                                                                                                               order another text to accommodate                                                    University's primary responsibility
   changes this fall than has been the                                               efficiently and as quickly as possi-      ail of the students.                    fic Office, 105 Boucke.
   normal pattern in the ,,past ," he          John Bischoff , director of the                                                                                                                                      was to provide parking for on-campus
                                                                                     ble," Rinehart said.
                                            Penn State Bookstore on campus,                                                       Rick Craska (junior-mineral                                                       students and students driving to the
   said.                                    was less critical of the situation         To help alleviate the problem,
     But the director of the Penn State                                              professors distribute reading
                                                                                                                               processing engineering) said be-           M don't want any                          University on a daily basis.
                                            because the store has not experi-                                                  cause he had to take a Psychology 2                                                     However, he said that a University
   Bookstore on campus said his store       enced a substantial increase in last     material and are usually sympa-           exam — and he has not yet been             student to be without                     committee was studying the campus
   has not had a dramatic increase in       minute changes compared to last          thetic with the situation , she said.     able to obtain the text — he had to        a place to park his or                    parking situation to suggest some
   problems from last year.                 year.                                      Marketing students are not the
     At the University Book Centre,            "I wouldn 't say there is a major     only ones having trouble obtaining
                                                                                                                               borrow the book from another stu-          her car.'                                 long-term solutions to student park-
                                                                                                                               dent in the class to study.                                                          ing problems.
   however, at least 100 last minute        change," he said. "Professors don't      books for classes with underesti-
   changes were made so far this se-                                                 mated enrollment.                           "I got the book the night before                 — M. Lee Upcraft ,                   "At this moment the community of
                                            change, they stick with what they                                                                                                                                       State College doesn't have adequate
   mester, most of which came from          are comfortable with."                                                             the exam around midnight and had              director of the Student
                                                                                       Tien Tsong, professor of physics,                                                                                            parking facilities available for resi-
   the marketing and management                Bischoff was more concerned           said the number of students in his        to read 89 pages ( before second              ^ Assistance Center
                                                                                                                               period) ," he said.                                                                  dents," he said. "
   departments in the College of Busi-      with new sections that are added at      Physics 237 class has more than                                                                                                   Peter Cutrone, president of the
   ness, Long said. Those departments       registration.                                         ^
                                                                                     doubled from 120 to about 270 stu-          The professor explained to the          However, students must move their          Organization for Town Independent
   were the most disorganized and last         "When they do that , it kills us,"    dents. The University Book Centre         class that he requested two orders      cars-to other non-restricted campus          Students, said he is pleased the Uni-
   to hand in their book orders, he said.   Bischoff said.                           reordered the books needed for the        of the books two weeks before the                                                    versity acted immediately to get a
                                                                                                                                                                       lots by 5 p.m. Friday on weekends of
     "That causes everybody prob-              However, he said the situation        additional students and a shipment        semester started. Although the          home football games. They may re-            temporary solution to the student
   lems," Long said.                         cannot be cured because the Uni-        arrived on Wednesday, but he was          books arrived in time, there were                                                    parking problem. Cutrone and David
                                                                                                                                                                       turn their vehicles on Saturday after
     Even though a rush is put on these     versity has to meet the students'        not certain enough texts were or-         not enough and the book was placed      the game.                                    Labuskes, president of the Associa-
   books, a 10 to 14 day wait is still       needs.                                  dered.                                    on special order — scheduled to be                                                   tion of Residence Hall Students, are
   expected.                                                                                                                                                             "I don't want any student to be
                                               Discussing the changes made by          The physics department could not        received withing a week to 10 days,     without a place to park his or her           both student members of the commit-
     Long receives a print-out sheet        the marketing department, Sue            estimate the size of the class espe-      which was after the exam.               car ," said M. Lee Upcraft , director of     tee looking into long-term solutions to
                                                                                                                                                                       the Student Assistance Center, in a          student parking problems.

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Rail debt may be deferred
By MICHAEL NEWNAM                                            yesterday Clinger wants to preserve the jobs of Amtrak
Collegian Staff Writer                                       employees in this and other congressional districts .
                                                               "When you 're talking about an area that has one of
  A U.S. House of Representatives panel forwarded a          the highest unemployment rates in the country, it's in
bill on Wednesday to the Rules Committee that would          your best interest to preserve jobs," Phillips said.
allow the Amtrak passenger rail system to defer                The system is not in danger of being shut down
payment on $200 million in interest on loans until Oct. 1,   because it can refinance the bulk of the money it owes
1984.                                                        the government. However, Amtrak officials have said
  Amtrak , which was created by federal law to take          a default may discourage riders from using the system
over the nation 's unprofitable passenger rail system,       and thereby further reduce revenues and damage
began receiving multi-million dollar government-guar-        Amfrak's credit rating.
anteed loans to pay for capital costs shortly after it          Several options , including retiring the debt entirely,
began service in 1971. Amtra k now owes about $880
million in direct loans and $200 million in interest         were made available to the Congressional Committee.
payments, all of which are due Oct. 1 of this year.             An Energy and Commerce congressional staff aide,
                                                             who requested anonymity, said the legislation still
                                                             must be approved by the House of Representatives and
                                                             the Senate.
   'When you're talking about an                                "Come Oct. 1, if the legislation is not in place,                                                                                                                                                 Photo by Oon Oleskl
                                                              (Amtrak ) could pay the interest , which is about $200           Pattee Library will be getting fourteen more computers to complete its Library Information Access System. Shown
   area that has one of the highest                                                                                            using the terminals, from left to right, are Lee Stout, Doug Klees (sophomore-engineering) and Ralph Pearce
                                                             million , but they really couldn 't afford to do that or
   unemployment rates in the                                 they 'll have to stop a lot of their service," he said.           (sophomore-chemical engineering).
   country, It's in your best interest                          In addition to potential ridership decline , a default
   to preserve jobs.'
       — Harry Phillips, press secretary for
                                                             would mean higher ticket prices and more interest-
                                                             expensive loans.
                                                                Amtra k officials are reluctant to default because
                                                             they say the railroa d is beginning to show increased
                                                                                                                            Pattee to get more terminals
                Rep. William F. dinger Jr.
                                                             revenue, citing the fact that last year Amtra k recov-         By KIM BOWER                             beginning of October , she said.                      use them for a long time once they get
                                                             ered 53 percent of its operating costs from ticket sales       Collegian Staff Writer                                                                         one, she said.
                                                                                                                                                                       Other terminals will be phased in at
                                                             and other non-federal sources.                                                                                                                                   Shira Goldman (sophomore-
   When the government assumed control , many be-                                                                                                                    library service areas, branch librar-
                                                                If the legisation does pass Congress and Amtrak is          Fourteen more computer terminals                                                               theatre ) said she found the system
lieved that the railroad would become profitable and be      not made responsible for the debt until next year, the                                                  ies and Commonwealth campuses. A
                                                                                                                            for the Libra ry Information Access      total of 80 terminals will then be                    easy to use once she figured it out.
able to repay the loans on time.                             interest will be higher because it will be added back to       System will be added to those recent-                                                          "The little pamphlet helps a lot ," she
   However, the system did not begin to show a profi t as    the direct loan.                                                                                        available — 40 at University Park
                                                                                                                            ly installed in the card catalog room    and 40 at Commonwealth campuses,                      said.
quickly as was hoped and subsequently, officials said          The Energy and Commerce aide said the interest               at Pattee, said Suzanne Striedieck ,
they could not repay the loan. Also, it became apparent      which would be due next year would be about $300                                                        Striedieck said.                                         Goldman said , "It's all in one
                                                                                                                            chief of bibliographic services.
Amtrak would need continuing federal aid to continue         million. As an alternative solution , the aide suggested         While two terminals are being in-        The two functioning terminals were                  place. You don 't have to walk around
service.                                                     forgiving the loan entirely.                                   stalled this week, the installation of   shut down Wednesday while electri-                     to 10 different catalogs. It does it all
   U.S. Rep. William P. Clinger Jr., R-central Pa., has         "Amtrak gets a federa l subsidy to run that passenger       the remaining 12 has been delayed        cal and hardwa re work was being                       for you."
said he will review the proposed legislation carefully       service," he said. "To preserve that service, Congress         until tables for the terminals are       done, Striedieck said.                                   By the end of November , people
because of the services provided by Amtrak to such           has to appropriate additional dollars so Amtra k can           received from the manufacturer ,           The terminals that have been in use                 with individual computers, such as
cities as Lewistown, Altoona and Johnstown.                  pay those additional dollars back to the federal govern-       Striedieck said. The terminals will be   since Aug. 26 have been very popular ,                Apple, will be able to dial into LIAS
   Harry Phillips, press secretary for Clinger, said         ment. It's kind of a wash."                                    brought up as soon as the furniture is   Striedieck said. The terminals are                    from campus or home, Striedieck
                                                                                                                            received , which should be by the        being used constantly and students                    said.

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Airliner topic of speech
  A panel discussion on the South
Korea n jetliner incident and its af-
                                              Prybyla was scheduled to take the
                                            Korean Air Lines flight to the same
                                                                                        Few women in politics/ says Rudy
termath will be presented by Collo-         economic conference that Rep. Larry         By S.A. MILLER                         must often work twice as hard to
quy at 7:30 Monday night in the HUB         McDonald , D-Ga., was planning to           Collegian Staff Writer                 get the recognition afforded "often
main lounge.                                attend , Connors said. However, Pry-                                               mistakenly, yet automatically, to
  Panel members will include Parris         byla decided to take an earlier flight.       State College's Rep. Ruth C.         men."
Chang, professor of political science,        Parris Chang, who also is head of         Rudy is one of only 10 women in           Rudy said she believes also that
Jan Prybyla , professor of economics,       the East Asian Studies Program , will       the Pennsylvania General Assem-        women must become privy to the
and Korean student Mi Rung Kim              talk about the international repercus-      bly.                                   "old boys network" of the General
(graduate-political science).               sions and political implications of the        Speaking to Centre County's         Assembly in order to have more of
  R.. Dean Mills , director of the
      .                                     incident.                                   chapter of the National Organiza-      a hand in state policy making. She
School of Journalism , will moderate           Kim will talk about the Korean           tion for Women last night , the        explained that this "network" is
the event.                                  perspective on the incident and the         freshman Democrat from the             basically a "male-oriented" cau-
  Chris Connors of Colloquy said Pry-       reaction of the Korean people.              177th legislative district said        cus of legislators, except that it
byla , first panelist on the agenda, will     A question and answer session will        Pennsylvania has one of the lowest     meets informally for drinks or
discuss the Soviet point of view and        follow the panel presentation.              percentages of women legislators       dinner the evening before an im-
political system.                                                —by Anita Yesho        in the nation. However "it would       portant decision is to be made.
                                                                                        be difficult to pinpoint the lack of      "It's very discouraging to se-
                                                                                                                               rious women politicians," Rudy, a

 Show blooms tomorrow
                                                                                        women legislators both on the
                                                                                        federal. . .and state levels to one    member of the Democratic Policy
                                                                                        exclusive reason."                     Committee, said.
                                                                                                                                 Rudy said she believes that for
     "Horticulture : The Science Artful-    measuring 60 feet by 180 feet has been         Rudy said traditional preju-
                                                                                        dices, the difficulty of balancing     women to win more of a lawmak-
   ly Yours ," is the theme of {he 70th     erected to house the exhibits. Al-                                                 ing role, they must become active
   annual Horticulture Show to be held       though last weekend's strong winds         family life and a political office ,
                                                                                                                               in community affairs at an earlier
                                             blew down the tent and two working         and most women's general lack of
! this weekend near East Halls.                                                         preparation for the rigors of cam-
                                                                                                                               age and help each other break into
| From 20,000 to 30,000 people are          days were lost, all preparations                                                   politics through women's organi-
; expected to visit the two-day event ,     should be completed on schedule,            paigning all contribute to the lack
                                                                                        of women in the state legislature.     zations.
i said Roland R. Daniels, associate         Daniels said.                                                                        "Women are the victims of a
I professor of environmental horticul-         Some plants were purchased from             "I think it will still be years     provincial thought where many
! ture and a faculty adviser of the         local nurseries but Horticulture Club       before all career fields are totally   men and women alike believe that
; Horticulture Club.                         members grew the exhibit's annual          open to women," Rudy said. "I          a woman's place is in the home
' The show will ,be open from 10 a.m.       plants used during the summer in            think the Genera l Assembly is still   rather than in the House," Rudy
', to 8 tomorrow night and from 10 a.m.     campus greenhouses and flower gar-          many light years away from ac-         said.
 ! to 4 Sunday afternoon. Admission and     dens. The Department of Forestry            cepting .women on a full equal           However, Rudy said , "as long as                                               Photo by Bill Cramer
   parking are free.                        cut pine trees from nearby woods to         basis."                                we have more women running, we
     The show is located near the flower    surround the exhibit area .                    Rudy said she believes women        will get more women elected."                           Ruth C. Rudy
   gardens behind East Halls. A tent                              —by Anita Yesho

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Nuclear freeze vote scheduled Tuesday                                                                                                                                    Ultralight accident
Collegian Staff Writer
                                                    County campaign for a nuclear weapons freeze ,
                                                    said even it the bill made it to the Senate, it did
                                                    not seem likely it would pass.
                                                                                                                "(Soviets ) believe the Americans have to feel
                                                                                                             superior to them in power," she said. "We're the
                                                                                                             ones who are escalating/People who go to Russia
                                                                                                                                                                         not caused by plane
                                                                                                                                                                             CHARLOTTE , N.C. (AP) — A               not have radios.
  The Senate Foreign Relations' Committee is           "It doesn 't look too hopeful that it will get a     see memorials to World War II in every town.                  Piedmont airliner approaching                 NTSB investigator Preston
expected to take action on a nuclear freeze         majority vote in the Senate: However, we will           They're determined never to suffer those losses               Charlotte airport passed within            Hicks said the ultralight "brokeup
resolution on Tuesday that has been awaiting a      view it as a victory if the resolution is defeated      again."                                                       100 feet of an ultralight aircraft         in the air " and that witnesses told
vote for more than a year.                          but still gets a lot of votes," she said?                  Safra n said the bill was defeated by the For-                                                        him they saw a plane flying over
  The resolution would be forwarded to the full                                                                                                                           just before the ultralight crashed ,
                                                       Arteaga said she thought Sen. Charles H.             eign Relations Committee last year but later                                                             about the time of the crash. But he
                                                                                                                                                                          killing its pilot, air traffic commu- ,
Senate for a final vote. The committee's opinion    Percy, R-Ill., was afraid to act on the bill until he   resubmitted . He added that Percy has long been               nication tapes show.                       said he would not release the
will be taken into consideration by the Senate.     received approval from the president.                   involved in nuclear arms control.                               But a National Transportation            cause of the accident until his
  The resolution has been strongly endorsed by         "I'm sure that Sen. Percy is awaiting approval         -"The fact is, we took a vote on it July 9, 1982,                                                      investigation is complete,
                                                                                                                                                                          Safety Board investigator said he
Sen. Alan Cranston , D-Calif ., who is also a       from the Reagan administratipn ," she said.             and it was defeated by a vote of 10-7." However,
                                                                                                                                                                          does not think airliner turbulence            i.j don't believe the two flight
candidate for the Democratic presidential nomi-        Steve Safran , a Senate Foreign Relations Com-       he said, the full Senate nevei voted on it.                   caused the crash last Saturday              ' ths came dose enough to have
nation .                                     '      mittee press spokesman, strongly denied that               Sen. Edwar,d M. Kennedy, D-Mass., is one of                that killed Scott Lambert , 32, of         anything to do with the accident,"
  A Cranston press aide, who asked to remain        allegation, saying Percy was not taking action on       the co-sponsors of the bill that calls for a mutual ,
                                                                                                                                                                          Mecklenburg County . Lambert               Hicks said Wednesday. "I see no
unidentified , said Cranston has long been an       the bill for other specific reasons.                    bilateral , verifiable freeze between the Soviet              died when his aircraft apparently
advocate of nuclear arms control.                      "No, that' s absurd . What we're waiting for now     Union and the United States. The freeze, accord-                                                         indication of anything other than
                                                                                                                                                                          lost power, its wings folded and           an airHner         ing overhead at
  "Nuclear arms control — non-proliferation and     is the specific view on the build-down approach         ing to the bill , would be followed by a build-down.          the craft spiraled to the ground
employment — are the main issues of Sen.            from the Reagan administration ," Safra n said.            Steve McMahon , a Kennedy press aide, said                                                            the time of the accident. "
                                                                                                                                                                          near a Mount Holly home.                     „      „. .        ,       , ..
Cranston 's presidential platform. He's been a      "The president agreed it was an idea he wanted          the Republicans on the Foreign Relations Com-                   According to a transcript of the           Dave Higdon , spokesman for the
very strong advocate of arms control ," the aide    to look at. "                                           mittee are responsible for the inaction taken on              tapes, the pilot of Piedmont Flight       Aircraft 0wners and Pilots Asso-
said.                                                  The "build-down " approach calls for the retire-     the bill during the past year.                                84 told the Charlotte air traffic         ciation, and a friend of Lambert s,
  "It is possible the resolution could be brought   ment of two old missiles for every new one                 "It's something the Reagan administration                  control tower, "I just went right         said : "It would seem that Scott
up' on the Senate floor , bypassing the foreign     constructed. Arteaga said the build-down was an         found antagonistic to its policy, " McMahon said.             by two little gliders, those little       would hav « to feel that turbulence
relations committee. It's become a bipartisan       unsatisfactory alternative to the freeze.                  He added that Kennedy is not in favor simply               motorized gliders "                       Wake turbulence is capable of
issue. .We're obviously not going to get a favor-      "We're very much opposed to the build-down           for the build-down proposal.                                    "Uh , didn 't see them out there,"      damaging many types of aircraft ,
able vote from the ( Republican controlled) com-    approach," she said. "It would reduce the num-             "Under the terms of the resolution , the nuclear           the tower responded. "Are they            including some larger than ultra-
mittee. They're stonewalling."                      bers but not the danger. A viable approach is the       arsenal as an aggregate will not grow," he said.              below you?"                               lights ."
  Seven of the eight Democrats on the 17-mem-       freeze, which would stop production altogether.            Arteaga said a freeze must occur or both                     "Yeah , we just about ran over             But he said the crash and the
ber panel are in favor of the resolution but it     It's in all our best interests."                        countries are destined to suffer the conse-                   them ," the pilot said .                  near miss with the airliner has not
appears unlikely that any Republican members           Arteaga said she thinks the Soviet Union is          quences.                                                        The tower controller said he            convinced him that the Federal
will vbte for its approval.                         escalating its nuclear arms production because it          "This ridiculous race is going to destroy the              couldn 't contact the ultralight pi-      Aviation Administration should
  Margaret Arteaga , coordinator for the Centre     fears the United States.                                whole world — its 1 inevitable ," she said.                   lots to warn them because they did        stiffen its ultralight regulations.

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6—The Daily Collegian Friday, Sept. 16, 198',5

Electric violin player and singer capture
Miss America Pageant talent preliminary
                         t                                                                                                                                                                                    False physician lives
                                                                                                                   ATLANTIC CITY , N.J. - (AP)
                                                                                                                Miss New Jersey, Suzette Charles,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              in hospitals 2 months
                                                                                                                offered a rendition of "Kiss Me In The                                                         DENVER (AP) — An unem-                 "Dr. David Loudon " in July, when
                                                                                                                Rain " to win a talent division of the                                                       ployed construction worker who           he was released from Adams
                                                                                                                Miss America Pageant last night in                                                           posed as a doctor in Denver hospi-       County Jail after serving 90 days
                                                                                                                the second day of preliminary compe-                                                         tals for more than two months to         for stealing a radio from a securi-
                                                                                                                tition.                                                                                      get food and shelter said yester-        ty company. Although able to find
                                                                                                                                   r                                                                                                                  a few days of construction work,
                                                                                                                   No black woman has ever been                                                              day he did it "just to survive."
                                                                                                                crowned Miss America , but a record                                                            "When you lose all direction ,         Boyd said he couldn 't make
                                                                                                                number of minority group members                                                             pride, you don 't have any family        enough money to feed, clothe or
                                                                                                                are competing this year and Miss                                                             and friends, it's amazing how you        house himself.                \
                                                                                                                Charles was the second black contes-                                                         relate to survival," Luther Ervin           Boyd spent about two months at
                                                                                                                tant to capture a division of the pre-                                                       Boyd, a soft-spoken, sandy-haired        the University of Colorado Health
                                                                                                                liminaries. The other was Miss New                                                           24-year-old said in a jailho'Use in-     Sciences Center, taking notes on
                                                                                                                York , Vanessa Williams , 20 . of Mil-             i                                         terview .                                his clipboard , sleeping in his
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ALT HI
                                                                                                                lwood , who won the swimsuit compe-             i J§L                                          "I didn 't have a job or place to      scrubs and cadging change from
                                                                                                                                                                         '                      UsSi         stay, so I took a scrub uniform
                                                                                                                tition Wednesday night.                        < ilit' V'                      llilSI                                                 nurses by pretending he had lost
                                                                                                                   Miss Ohio, Pamela H. Rigas, wear-           ^3^^*                                         from the hospital laundry, found         money in hospital vending ma-
                                                                                                                                                                                              llffiHH        myself a clipboard and a stetho-
                                                                                                                ing a deep-lilac outfit , won the swim-                "                    A p taserphoto                                            chines.
                                                                                                                suit category yesterday.                                                                     scope and became Dr. Loudon ,"
                                                                                                                                                                      Mj s s N e w Jersey/                                                               "You see an awful lot of people
                                                                                                                   Miss Missouri Barbara Webster ,                                                           he said. "I slept in the expectant
                                                                                                                won the talent division with a toe-                     Suzette Ch ar les
                                                                                                                                                                        •-'"¦'-1-111' ' "
                                                                                                                                                                                      ""                     fathers ' waiting room. But I never      in scrubs who crash wherever they
                                                                                                                                                                    v                                                                                 can during the night," explained
                                                                                                                tapping electric violin medley as pre-         sons since she was 5 and has per-             touched or treated a patient."
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Boyd, who was born in Kolleen ,        hospital security detective Robert
                                                                                                                liminary competition began at the              formed at the Kennedy Center in                                                        Gutierrez . "Usually, people don 't
                                                                                                                Miss , America Pageant on Wednes-              Washington , D.C., and at a party             Texas, and moved to Colorado 21
                                                                                                                                                                                                             years ago with his family, was in        interfere with them. This place
                                                                                                                day night.                                     hosted by entertainer Frank Sinatra.                                                   has about 15,000 people walking
                                                                                                                   A third of the 50 contestants com-            The 20-year-old, who lives just 10          Denver City Jail under $1,500 bond
                                                                                                                                                                                                             for investigation of criminal im-        around on any given day and it's
                                                                                                                peted in the evening gown category             miles from this resort city, said she                                                  relatively easy to get by if you
                                                                                                                last night , but the judges' choice is         hopes to attend the Yrfle School of           personation. He said his parents,
                                                                                                                                                                                                             who live in Federal Heights, dis-        don 't make yourself conspicuous".''
                                                                                                                kept secret to add suspense to the             Drama and the London Royal Acade-
                                                                                                                selection of the 10 finalists tomorrow         my of Dramatic Arts,                          owned him a few years ago when              Boyd left University Hospital
                                                                                                                night. The 50 contestants are divided            Miss Rigas, 22, of Canfi eld, Ohio, is      he was convicted of forging a            two weeks ago after being ques-
                                                                                                                into three groups and compete in one           a Troy State University graduate who          check.                                   tioned closely by a nurse and went
                                                                                           AP Laserpholo
                                                                                                                of the three categories each night.            plans to resume her law studies at the          Boyd assumed the identity of           to Rose Medical Center.
                        Miss Missouri. Barbara Webster                                                             Miss Charles has taken voice les-           University of Cincinnati in January .

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  • The Krishna Yoga Society will
hold a free vegetarian feast at 7
                                                 from 12to 2 Sunday afternoon in room
                                                 126 White Building. All are welcome,
                                                                                           to be held this Sunday                                                                                              health
tonight and at 5 Sunday evening at 103                                                     By FELICIA ROSEN                            The race will be more than an
E. Hamilton Ave.                                                                           Collegian Stall Writer                   ordinary circuit race because a
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   • The Paul Robeson Cultural Cen- night .n room 29 Intramura l Building,
                                                                                                                                    skill, Smith said.
                                                                                                                                                                                 VD Screening
ter and Black Studies Program will /                                                       a 2-mile course on the Centre                                                                                  Counseling
sponsor a lecture by Joseph W. Scott, T. f attendm g should bn "g &™ t0
                                        ho                                                 Community Hospital bypass Sun-             Participants in the fun race may
                                                                                                                                    use anything on wheels, such as a     100 Chestnut Street , Suite 106, Harrisburg, PA. 17101 (717) 232-9794
author of "The Black Revolts," at 7 p y "                                                  day for the second annual Phi Who
tonight in the conference room of the                                                      Breakaway.                               mop bucket, skate board or shop-
Walnut Building.                         • The Sailing Club will meet in                     The fund-raiser, which will ben-       ping cart, Layer said.
                                      front of the HUB at 1 Sunday af-                     efit the March of Dimes, is spon-          Entry fee for the fun race, which
  • The Badminton Club will meet      ternoon to go sailing at Stone Valley                sored by Phi Kappa Theta                 begins at 1:30, is $5.                                  Sculptured Nails by Pat
                                                                                           fraternity, 338 E. Fairmont Ave.,          The fun race will start at the                        Think of your hands and nails as
                                                                                           along with Alpha Phi sorority.           corner of Curtain and Bigler roads                            a total fashion look.

police log                                                                                   Goal for the event is $1,500, said
                                                                                           chairman Mark Smith.
                                                                                             As of yesterday, about 25 people
                                                                                                                                    near East Halls, continue down
                                                                                                                                    Bigler Road onto Pollock Road,
                                                                                                                                                                                            gh Sculptured nails are sculptured to the
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                                                                                                                                                                                            n&custom fif: Sculptured nails are not tips or
                                                                                                                                    and travel to Shortlidge Road,                          H extensions.
                                                                                           had registered downtown in front         where participants will continue
                                                                                                                                                                                            fa    With proper maintenance ,
                                                                                                                                                                                            Irj the nails may be worn for
   • The State College Police Depart-             morning, resulting in one warning        of The Ski Station, 107 McAllister       past Eisenhower Auditorium. The                         I any length ol time and anySkj.^
ment reported yesterday that three                and one citation, police said.           Alley. People are still picking up       course will turn right at the
                                                                                                                                                                                            I desirable lenglh, suitable for ^Osg
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warnings and one citation for violat-                                                      registration forms, said Jacob           blocked-off section of Curtain
ing the borough's noise ordinance                   • University Police Services re-       Layer, registration chairman for         Road and end at its starting place.                     '     Come in and try one nail or KB
were issued Wednesday and early                   ported Wednesday that a car oper-        the event. Racers can register                                                                       get a full set. Price per nail is HB
                                                                                           until Sunday at the HUB and at             The Cycle Station, a division of                          $3.00 or S30.00 per set. „        w
yesterday.                                        ated by Dean Anderson , 1101 W.                                                   the Ski Station , is donating tro-
  At 6:20 Wednesday evening, resi-                Aaron Drive, slid off the berm on Big    East Halls' Findlay Post Office.                                                                  M
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                                                                                           races: a 15-mile novice race, a 30-      prizes for the novice and expert
Park, 1275 Pennsylvania Ave., were                Damages were heavy, police said.                                                  races.
issued a warning for playing their                                                         mile expert race and a half-mile
stereo too loudly, police said. Resi-                • A male was apprehended              anything-on-wheels fun race.               Prizes for the fun race will be
dents at 400 Locust Lane also were                Wednesday on Shortlidge Road with          The novice race will make 7 to 8       raffled. They include: a 10-speed
warned about the loudness of their                property belonging to the West Con-      circuits and the expert race will        bike, two six-month memberships
stereo at 11:25 Wednesday night , po-             shohocken (Pa.) Police Department ,      make 15 circuits. Entry fee for the      to Nautilus Human Performance
lice said.                                        University Police Services reported.     15-and 30-mile races is $7 fdr indi-     Center, 134 E. Foster Ave., cases
   A noise meter was used on two                  University police said the individual    viduals and $15 for a team of three.     of soda and dinners for two at area
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Mideast turmoil:
                                                                        Battles continue in Lebanon,Begin makes his resignation official
By FAROUK NASSAR                                     the neighboring villages of Kaifoun and                                                                     have had four killed and 31 wounded, the            Syria and the Lebanese Druse leader it
                                                     Baisour.                                                                                                    Italians have had two killed and 27 wounded       backs, Walid Jumblatt, have demanded that
Associated Press Writer
                                                       Two army men were killed and three were
                                                                                                                'We will not accept that                         and there have been ho casualties among           the army be replaced by police in the
   BEIRUT , Lebanon — Druse militiamen               wounded mopping up infiltra tors, the broad-               the Americans take the                           the 100 Britons.                                  central mountains before a cease-fire is
made repeated attacks yesterday for the              cast reports said.                                         protection of French                               The military command in Tel Aviv report-        proclaimed, while the Gemayel government
fifth day on Souk el-Gharb, but the Lebanese           Earlier in the day, Lebanese jets roared                                                                  ed one Israeli soldier killed and seven           insists on an expanded army deployment to
army held the strategic hilltop town over-           over the Druse positions in a noisy show of                forces in Beirut in their                        wounded in a bazooka attack on an Israeli         cover all key areas of the heights.
looking the U.S. Marines' at the Beirut              force, a grenade attack wounded two                        hands/                                           army position at Maaroub, a village 7'/a             President Reagan on Tuesday authorized
airport. Fighting continued through the              French peacekeeping troops in west Beirut ,                                                                 miles east of Lebanon's southernmost port        American nava l and air support of the
night.                      •                        and bazooka shells killed one Israeli soldier                 —Claude Cheysson, French                      of Tyre, deep behind the new Israeli defense     Lebanese army if an attack on it posed a
   Police said the Lebanese casualty toll rpse       and wounded seven in southern Lebanon.                                 Foreign Minister                     line.                                            threat to the Marines.
to 653 dead and 1,484 wounded in the 12th day          All six Hawker Hunter jets that make up                                                                      It was the first Israeli fatality since the      Reagan also authorized American naval
of the renewed civil war.                            Lebanon 's operational air force took off                                                                   partial pullback was completed Sept. 4 and       and air attacks to protect the French, Ital-
   Meanwhile in Israel, Prime Minister Men-          from Beirut's shell-ravaged airport at dawn             north of its new lines to guard against             the 519th since Israel invaded Lebanon June      ian and British troops of the multinational
achem Begin formally submitted his resig-            and buzzed insurgent Druse positions on the             Palestinian guerrilla re-infiltration into the      6, 1982, in an attempt to smash the Palestine    peacekeeping force as well as the Ameri-
nation.                                              hills surrounding the capital.                          central mountains.                                  Liberation Organization.                         cans, and in Paris members of the French
   Begin, 70, remained secluded at his resi-           The thunderous low passes lasted 30 min-                Shortly before noon, an assailant tossed a           Meanwhile, Lebanese Information Min-          National Assembly's foreign affairs com-
dence and his resignation letter was deliv-          utes, but the pilots did no firing and dropped          hand grenade from a speeding motorcycle             ister Roger Shikhani told reporters Saudi        mission said Foreign Minister Claude
ered to President Chaim Herzog, clearing             no bombs. It was the first time Lebanese                at a French checkpoint on west Beirut's             Arabia was making a new cease-fire propo-        Cheysson told them the French government
the way for Foreign Minister Yitzhak Sha-            warplanes scrambled since battles broke                 Corniche Mazraa thoroughfare. Two French            sal, and U.S. presidential envoy Robert C.       is under "pressure" from the United States
mir 's probable takeover as Israel's next            out between Druse and Christian militiamen              peacekeepers were sprayed with shrapnel             McFarlane and Saudi mediator Prince Ban-         to let the American contingent assume re-
prime minister.                                      in the Aley and Chouf Mountains after Israel            and were flown to the French carrier Foch,          dar bin Sultan met with President Amin           sponsibility for the protection of the entire
   The army said its troops drove off repeat-        withdrew to more defensible lines in south-             where one was in critical condition, a              Gemayel, Prime Minister Shafik Wazzan            force.
ed Druse assaults on Souk el-Gharb, and            ' em Lebanon 12 days ago. They had flown                  spokesman for the French contingent re-             and Foreign Minister Elie Salem.                    "We will not accept that the Americans
army artillery silenced batteries pounding           training missions in the months of relative             ported.                                                Informed sources said the latest Saudi        take the protection of French forces in
the garrison 's supply route.                        peace before the new fighting broke out.                  The grenade attack brought the year's             plan calls for a cease-fire in place, with the   Beirut in their hands," Cheysson reportedly
   But late yesterday, government and pri-              Four hours later , a pair of Israeli planes          French casualty toll to 15 killed and 42            Lebanese army remaining in the central           told the deputies.
vate radio stations reported the army was            streaked over Beirut on a reconnaissance                wounded , the heaviest casualties among the         mountains, followed by reconciliation talks         The deputies reported that Cheysson also
engaged in fierce battles with druse mili-           mission. The flight followed reports that the           four contingents in the 5,400 man multinatio-       among the nation's Moslem and Christian          ruled out French assistance to the Lebanese
 tiamen who made a two-prong attack from             Israeli army was sending daily patrols                  nal peacekeeping force. The U.S. Marines            leaders under Gemayel.                           army to extend its control outside of Beirut.

                                                   ^Srlsa                                                                              Congress speaks 'with one voice
                                                                                                      m                                against attack on Korean plane
                                                                                                                                       By MIKE SHANAHAN                                                comprehension of the civilized world.
                              m                                                                                                        Associated Press Writer                                           Percy, Baker and some Democrats like Moynihan

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                                                                                                                                       brushed aside a conservative drive to pressure Presi-           which stray over Soviet territory.
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                                                                                                                                       Union and joined the House in unanimously condemn-              before in the history of U.S.-Soviet relations have we
                                   si                                                                                                  ing the destruction of Korean Air Lines Flight 007.             declared an act of that nation to be a crime."
                                                                                                                                          The vote was 95-0 for the resolution, which now goes           Baker had hoped for a quick, unanimous vote on the
                  %                                                                                                                    to the White House for Reagan's signature.                      resolution, which condemns the Soviet Union for
                                                                                                                                          "The world will have heard this nation speaking with         "criminal destruction " of the South Korean airliner,
                                                                                                                                       one voice," said Sen. Daniel P. Moynihan , D-N.Y.               calls for an international investigation into the incident
                                                                                                                                          Reagan praised Congress for the bipartisan support           and a "full and frank explanation from the Soviet
                                                                                                                                       given the resolution.                                           Union for this brutal massacre."
                                                                                                                                          "The Kremlin is on notice," the president said in a
              ?                                                                                                                        statement. "When it comes to responding to its aggres-
                                                                                                                                       sion, there are no Republicans or Democrats — only                 'The Kremlin is on notice. When it
                                                                                                                                       Americans, united and determined to protect our                    comes to responding to its
                                                                                                                                       freedom and secure the peace." ..
                                                                                                                                          The president said the victims of the plane's destruc-          aggression, there are no ,
                                                                                                                                       tion "must never be forgotten; nor must we rest until              Republicans or Democrats —
                                                                                                                                       the world can prevent such a crime against humanity
                                                                                                                                       from ever happening again."                                        only Americans, united and
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                                                                                                                                       eight separate proposals for sanctions ranging from                freedom and secure the peace.'
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                                                                                                                                       States to linking the plane incident with strategic arms                                     —President Reagan
                                                                                                                                          By easily deflecting all eight amendments, the Sen-
                                                                                                                                       ate gave Reagan a solid endorsement of his response so

                                                                                                                                       far to the shooting down of the jumbo jet Sept. 1with 269
                                                                                                                                       persons, including 61 Americans, aboard.
                                                                                                                                          Most of the proposed amendments were urged by
                                                                                                                                                                                                          But eight senators, including Helms, proposed
                                                                                                                                                                                                       amendments calling on Reagan to impose sanctions
                                                                                                                                                                                                       against the Soviets beyond the limited measures taken
                                                                                                                                       conservative Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C, who said he               so far.
                                                                                                                                       wanted Congress and Reagan to go beyond the "rhetor-               Other proposals by Helms and his allies were that
                                                                                                                                        ical tongue-lashing" in the resolution.                        Poland be declared in default on its international loans
                                                                                                                                           "Unless we put some teeth in it, it is going to be          and that the export of U,.S. technology to the Soviet
                                                                               *\                                                      shrugged off in the Kremlin," Helms said before the             Union be further tightened.

                                                                                                                                        votes. "The fact is we must take real action. "                   "If we allow this massacre to pass with only a
                                                                                                                                          Among the amendments rejected were recommenda-
                                                                                                                                                                                  of                   rhetorical tongue lashing, '' Helms said, "the Soviets
                                                                                                                           >Itfel       tions that Reagan begin a broad review U.S.-Soviet
  1                                                                                                                            ^fe
                                                                                                                              Jfi *     relations; that strategic arms control talks be linked to
                                                                                                                                                                                                       will only commit further brutal acts."
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Senate Minority Leader Robert C. Byrd Jr. said even
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                                                                                                                               JSS      the shooting down of the plane ; that Soviet imports           if most of the sanctions urged by Helms and others
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                                                                                                                         x f            produced with forced labor be banned from U.S.                 were not approved yesterday.

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                                                                                                                                        markets ; and, on a 70-25 vote, that the U.S. ambassa-
                                                                                                                                        dor in Moscow be recalled.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sen. Mack Mattingly, R-Ga., said the Soviet Union
                                                                                                                                                                                                       should be forced to become "a pariah from the rest of
                                                                                                                                   \       The two closest votes were 49-45 against a proposal to      the world."
                                                                                                                                        reduce the number of Soviet employees in the United               The Reagan administration should impose tough
                                                                                                                           /            States to the number of U.S. employees in the Soviet           sanctions so that "the cost of their murderous policies
                                                                                                                                        Union, and 50-45 on a recommendation that Reagan               outweighs the gain ," he said.
                                                                                                                                        give Congress a report on possible violations of arms             Byrd said the United States should consider reimpos-

                                                                 n                                                                      control agreements with the Soviets.
                                                                                                                                           Senate Majority Leader Howard H. Baker Jr. pri-
                                                                                                                                        vately urged senators to make no changes in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ing a grain embargo against the Soviet Union , and
                                                                                                                                                                                                        force Soviet planes which stray into forbidden air space
                                                                                                                                                                                                        to land instead of escorting them away.
                                                                                                                                        resolution so Congress and Reagan would present a                 The five senators who were absent for the vote on the
                                                                                                                       AP Laserphoto    united front in condemning the Soviet attack .                  resolution were Democrats Russell Long of Louisiana,
                                                                                                                                           As debate began on the resolution, Sen. Charles              Ernest Hollings of South Carolina , John Glenn of Ohio
      A mosaic of Lenin is removed from the wall of an Aeroflot office yesterday. President Reagan has ordered all of the               Percy, R-Ill., chairman of the Foreign Relations Com-           and Alan Cranston of California , and Republican Larry
      Aeroflot offices in the United Stated be closed and their personnel leave the country by midnight last night.                      mittee , said, "Soviet behavior is simply beyond the           Pressler of South Dakota.

 Search for Korean jet continues as Aeroflot boycott takes hold
  By HARRIS JACKSON                                  airline, and weary travelers were scram-                at a point about 20 miles north of the Soviet       drone "capable of retrieving small objects       up for days, with no space available for
  Associated Press Writer                            bling for flights out of Moscow. Aeroflot               island of Moneron.                                  from great depths" will be sent down, said       those bumped from other lines.
                                                     retaliated by refusing to accept tickets                  Maratime agency vessels then observed             the spokesman, Master Gunnery Sgt. Ed               Tra vel agencies in London said many
   A Soviet fleet searching for the wreckage         written by American airlines and was re-                two orange and red striped buoys bobbing            Evans.                                           people were flying to Moscow via other
 of the downed South Korean jetliner sent            portedly refusing to honor tickets from                 nearby, he said.                                      Although hundreds of fragments of the          Soviet bloc countries or Vienna. But one
 down a minisubmarine yesterday as U.S.              several West European lines also.                         Kato said the agency's boats spotted the          plane, pieces of clothing and other articles     agent said because of the large number of
 Navy ships several miles away sounded the              The war of words over the downing of the             U.S. destroyer Elliot, the frigate Badger           have washed up on the Hokkaido coast or          reservations to be swapped, mixups were
 depths of the Sea of Japan for the flight           plane moved to Montreal , where the 33-                 and the 2,000-ton ocean tug Narragansett ,          been found by Japanese ships in the waters       frequent , and "they're constantly having
 recorders of the jumbo jet.                         nation governing council of the Internation-            and a U.S. Navy spokesman said the coast            offshore, no major sections of the aircraft      the rug pulled out from under their feet. "
   There was no word that either group had           al Civil;Aviation Organization opened an                guard cutter Munro and the Navy research            have been found.
 found anything significant in the waters                                                                    ship Conserver were also taking part in the                                                             In Moscow, long lines of foreigners waited
                                                     emergency meeting. U.S. officials predicted                                                                   Getting to and from Moscow / became            wearily at airline ticket counters. Twenty-
 west of Sakhalin Island, where the Boeing           the council would condemn the Soviet Union              search.                                             more difficult yesterday as 15 European          five French tourists who hoped to get off to
 747 with 269 people aboard was believed to          and launch an investigation of the attack on              Another spokesman for the Japanese                nations and Japa n closed their airports for
                                                                                                             agency said the American ships were about           two weeks to Aeroflot , backing up a 60-day      Marseille today were looking for a place to
 have crashed after it was hit by Soviet             the plane.                                                                                                                                                   sleep.
 missiles.                                              In Washington , the U.S. Senate yesterday            18 miles northeast of Moneron and got               boycott of flights to and from the Soviet
   But a Japanese patrol boat recovered              passed a resolution 95-0 condemning the                 within a mile of the Soviet fleet at times.         Union by pilots for most of the major non-          "I'm starting to think I'll have to hife
 another decomposed part of a human torso            destruction of the airliner but without the                A U.S. spokesman in Tokyo said the Nar-          Communist airlines.                              myself out as a truck driver and haul out a
 off the northeast coast of Hokkaido Island ,        specific sanctions against the Soviets that             ragansett and the Conserver were towing                France, Austria , Greece and Finland re-      load ," said a West German businessman.
 the fifth such find believed to have come           were urged by conservatives. The measure                submerged listening and sonar devices to            fused to participate in the boycott against        Several businessmen in the Aeroflot line
 from the lost airliner.                             was identical to one passed unanimously                 try to locate the airliner's two flight record-     Aeroflot , and Air France and Austrian Air-      at the International Hotel said the Soviet
   Japan 's Maritime Safety Agency said the          Wednesday by the House of Representa-                   ers in the hope they would clear up some of         lines continued their Moscow service.            airline refused to honor tickets from Luf-
 24 Soviet ships were doing most of their            tives.                                                  the many unanswered questions about the                But Aeroflot s Paris flights were held up     thansa and SAS and was demanding hard
 work at, night, making it difficult to deter-          As the search off Sakhalin continued for             fa tal flight.                                      until they could be rerouted to the south        foreign currency for new tickets ,
 mine what operations were being carried             the 15th day, Rear Adm. Masayoshi Kato of                  The so-called "black boxes," which were          because West Germany and Switzerland               Aeroflot said Wednesday it was no longer
 out.                                                the Maritime Safety Agency reported the                 painted orange for high , visibility, emit' a       closed their air space to the Soviet line. And   accepting tickets written by American air-
   In much of Western Europe, a two-week              12,000-ton Soviet rescue ship Georgi Kdzu-             pinging signal. If the boxes or wreckage are        all Air France, Austrian and Aeroflot flights    lines, but a spokesman said he knew nothing
 ban took effect against Aeroflot , the Soviet       min was seen retrieving a small submarine               located, an unmanned, remote-controlled             to and from Moscow were reported booked          about the ban being extended to other lines.
Advocate: Bell rate hike too large
  HARRISBURG (AP) — Bell of Pennsylvania deserves only $14
million of its requested $379 million rate hike, the state consumer
advocate said yesterday.
  The consumer advocate also said the cost of basic phone service
should go down slightly and the price of a pay phone call should
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stay at 10 cents.
  Under Bell's proposal, local service would bear the brunt of the
rate hike. Unlimited service for residential customers, which now
costs between $8 and $9.60 a month , would rise by as much as 80
  Bell claims that local exchange rates have been subsidized by

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intrastate toll calls and large volume phone users. But Acting                                                                                    M

Consumer Advocate David Barasch said his office 's analysis shows
such a subsidy doesn't exist and higher prices for basic service
aren 't justified.

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Army helmets being made of cloth
   CARBONDALE, Pa. (AP) — The plant that started as a silk mill
and still does weaving today is producing the helmet that will
replace the Army's decades-old "steel pot."
  Strange as it may seem, Gentex Corp.'s heritage as a weaving
mill put it in good stead for producing a helmet capable of                                                                                                                                     irak^HF ^vv>v)S ^
absorbing the impact of a shell fragment traveling at 2,000 feet per


  Weaving strands of the ultra-tough Kevlar ballistic cloth is one of                                                                                       3
the first steps in creating a helmet that can withstand a .357
Magnum slug.
   However, "you can't dig with it, you can't wash in it and you can 't
cook in it , " said John Daugherty, chief engineer at Gentex, ticking                           n
off some of the ways G.I.'s have used the steel pot for four decades.
  The helmet extends further down over the ears and neck than the
old helmets, providing 12 percent more coverage. It weighs about
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  NEW YORK (AP) — The newest item in Columbia University 's

catalog is a Center for Andorran Studies, probing the workings of a
tiny country that has two kinds of money, two postal systems, two
princes, but fewer residents than Kokomo, Ind.
  One of the princes is the socialist president of France, the other a                                                                                                                                                .5.V '
Roman Catholic bishop in northern Spain who is paid a tribute of
six hams, six cheeses and 12 hens every other year.                                                                                                                                                                   f ^7fJ-' *Y
  Andorra , nestled high in the Pyrenees between France and
Spain, also pledged $150,000 to Columbia for a three-year program                                                               W&                                                                                        '
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  Lambros Comitas, the center's director, said Andorra wants
knowledge of its history, culture and terrain to catch up with the
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rapid economic growth that in 50 years has transformed Andorrans
from sheepherders and tobacco smugglers to innkeepers and

  Andorra includes a capital city — also called Andorra — and                                                                                                           ;A.
other villages in seven parishes. Many foreigners have come to
Andorra to work in its 250 hotels, and only about 10,000 of the
nati on's 40,000 inhabitants are natives.

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Bandit tired of working for others
  WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (AP ) — A Wells Fargo security guard
accused of stealing more than $7 million in cash told two fellow
workers he was "tired of working for other people" as he bound and
gagged them during the heist, say court records released yester-
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  The records also reveal police have seized a passport and several
items belongingto guard Victor M. Gerena, 25, and that statements
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taken from his fiancee contradicted interviews with neighbors.
  The theft was the biggest since $11.1 million cash from taken
from a Sentry Armored Car warehouse in New York City nine
months ago.
  Gerena , a part-time employee, overpowered a Wells Fargo
Armored Services Corp. guard and branch manager at the compa-                                                           ill
ny's West Hartford depot Monday night before fleeing with slightly
more than $7 million in cash, police said.
  Branch manager James S. McKeon and driver Timothy R.
Girard said Gerena tied them up, put tape over their mouths and
injected them with a hypodermic needle.                                   —^ "^

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Rebels capture town in key area
  SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP ) — Guerrillas overra n a town                                      ii
in a key eastern province yesterday — El Salvador's Independence

Day — and engaged a new U.S.-trained battalion in the area in its
first heavy fighting, a local military source said.
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hours. "They control it since this morning. Right now there's
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hours, then sent back to West Berlin via subway with a stern
warning "never to do that again because it's too dangerous."
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  The Dow Jones average of                          95.23 - 0.47
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Friday Sept. 16, 1983

Top priority: dorm contract solution                                                                                                 NO MORE SLEEPINGBA&SL
   It's time to bring the University's 12,000                     Although no student was forced to wait in                          NO MORE LINE MONITORS?...
residence hall inhabitants in from the cold.                      line last year — the 11th line option allowed
   The Association of Residence Hall Stu-                         students to submit an application and be                           NO MORE FROZEN TOES?—                                                       IT'S ABOUT TIME
dents is looking for an alternative to making                     subjected to a lottery — sentiment is high to                      NO MORE CHATTERING TEETH:,
                                                                                                                                       I                                        in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 . DON'T MIMDHIM
students sit in three-day long lines with only                    revise the system .
                                                                                                                                     NO MORE USING* EIGHT ^LANWETS?                       ITi AU                 HE HASN'T RECOVERED
a sleeping bag and the elements to accom-                             In addition to the 11th line, ARHS has                                                                               OVER
pany them as they wait to apply for dorm                          found another option in the modified lottery                       NOI MORE WE,«SIX PAIR                                                       FROM LAST YEAR'SDORM
contracts next spring.                                            system used by schools like Colorado State                                                                               WITH.
   University President Bryce Jordan also                         and Brigham Young universities. The sys-                             OF SKI&. ...
                                                                                                                                                '                                                                LINE ^ET.
wants a resolution to the dorm contract                           tem used at those schools operates on the
shuttle because — as he told ARHS in a                            first-come, first-served basis as advance
letter dated Aug. 19 — newspaper photos of                        payments are received. But this option
students huddled on cold sidewalks for a                          removes some of a student's control and
weekend are "adverse public relations for                         may leave too much of his housing arrange-
Penn State."                                                      ments to chance.
   While it is disheartening to think that the                        The third alternate plan — and most
president's top priority is publicity and not                     impressive to date — is Prioritized Reas-
the students' comfort , it is fortunate that at                   signment Contract Registration , used at the
least something is being done about the                           University of Southern California and more
dorm contract dilemma.                                            notably at the University of South Dakota.
   Jordan has decided to push for an ARHS                             PRCR would operate like course registra-
dorm contract proposal by Nov. 1. Not much                        tion in a way — the University would set
time for the 28 people on ARHS's Dorm                             aside, say, three days and file students
Contract Acceptance Committee to review                           through the Intramural Building. On the
systems from about 100 other universities                         first day, students who wanted reassign-
around the country, seriously consider                            ment to the same room or house could sign
about five of those, survey the students                          up and be guaranteed a contract. The next
about their preferences between Sept. 22                          day, students would come seeking reassign-
and 25 and develop a proposal for the                             ment to the same residence hall area .
administration.-                                                      Arid on the final day, students who wanted
   But it's better than the Oct. 1 deadline                       to move into a different residence hall area,
 ARHS had two weeks ago.                                           transfer students and those who want to
   Although the quest for a dorm contract                         move from off- to on-campus housing would
 alternative to the 10-line system — and to                       sign up.
 the 11th line system initiated last year —has                         This last proposal is by far the most fair ,
 been going on since Spring Term, Jordan's                         sane and humane one of the lot for a univer-
 letter intensified the search. The adminis-                       sity of Penn State's size and diversity.
 tration said it needs time not only to review                         Although one and a half months to re-

 the ARHS proposal but also to work out the                        search and assemble a plan falls far short of
 logistics of the proposal.                                        being an ample amount of time for such a
   Fenn State is quite unique in the national                      mighty task, the contract acceptance com-
 collegiate on-campus housing arena. The                           mittee — and ARHS in general — is doing a
 12,000 campus dwellers at the University                          commendable job.
 are the most at any university in the nation
 except the University of Indiana at Bloo-                             When this time-consuming job comes to a
 mington, which has 15,000 residence hall                          halt, it will be the administration's turn to
 students. And Penn State has to provide                            build a viable housing plan. Let's just hope
 housing for Commonwealth campus stu-                               the administration is as speedy and efficient
 dents, as well as deal with the complications
 of accepting dorm contracts from the ones
                                                                   in solving this problem as ARHS and its
                                                                    contract committee seem to be.                                                                                                                         oicxf m ^f '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (tf Httjiftn   inC
 who transfer to University Park.                                      After all, the IM Building is warmer than
    So right now, ARHS has its hands full.                          Johnston quad.

daily   Collegian
                                             Pennsylvania State University.
                                             Collegian Inc., publishers of The
                                             Daily Collegian and related publica-
                                                                                     reader opinion
                                             tions, is a separate corporate insti-
Friday, Sept. 16, 1933                       tution from Penn State.
                   i£)1983 Collegian Inc.                                            Time to enforce                           are seldom challenged by campus
                                                                                                                               security officers.
                                                                                                                                                                           of bikers riding three abreast the
                                                                                                                                                                           wrong way down Fraser Street. I             Two-sided coin
Suzanne M. Cassidy                           Board of Managers — Assistant
                                                                                           As a bicycle rider and pedestri-           My personal observation has          must admit that I do not mind bikes            In response to Professor Rotfeld' s
             Judith Smith                    Business Manager. Mary T. McCaf -                                                 been that on one day of the year, two       taking rolling stops at stop signs as       opinion of bikers in Wednesday 's Dai-
                                             frey; Office Manager: Colleen Wa-       an on and around the Penn State
Editor  Business Manager                                                             campus, there is a single day of the      or three officers on foot patrol take up    long as they look both ways and             ly Collegian , we wholeheartedly
                                             ters; Sales Manager: Terri Alvino;                                                posts on the mall in fron t of Willard or   properly yield right of way. However,
                                             Assistant Sales Manager: Mark           year I eagerly await. It seems to                                                                                                 agree. Bicyclists, according to Penn-
The Daily Collegian's editorial opin-                                                                                          at the bottom of Fraser Street. If you      as I type this paragraph , I am watch-
ion is determined by its Board of            Rebholz; Layout Coordinator: Mich-      come only- once a year, at only one                                                                                               sylvania law , are entitled to the same
                                                                                                                               violate campus traffic regulations at       ing five bikes go past two stop signs       rights and privileges as motor vehicle
Opinion, with the editor holding             ele McNamara; Marketing Manager:        small part of campus, and is always
                                             Beverly Sobel; National Ad Man-         forgotten by the next sunrise. The        that time and at that place, you get a      without even slowing down.                  operators. There is another side of
final responsibility. Opinions ex-
pressed on the editorial pages are           ager: Susan Melle; Assistant Na-        day? Why, the day that the campus         ticket. Those who ride only half way               Besides the general safety haz-      the coin , however.
not necessarily those of The Daily           tional Ad Manager: Marianne                                                       down Fraser get away; those zipping         ard caused by these law-ignoring              If cyclists expect to be treated with
                                                                                     police enforce traffic laws against the                                               riders, they indirectly are a danger to
Collegian, Collegian Inc. or The             Smulski.
                                                                                     bicycles on campus, of course.            down sidewalks the rest of the year                                                     the same respect as cars, they should
                                                                                           While riding my bicycle to          are "safe."                                 all law-abiding riders on the roads.        observe the same traffic regulations ,
                                                                                     campus on any given day, I witness               This morning, I saw a pedestri-      Every time a motorist encounters            specifically that of stopping at stop
                                                                                                                               an barely avoid getting hit by a bike       these people, the motorist , in turn ,      signs.
                                                                                     bike-riding scofflaws endangering pe-                                                 condemns every biker on the road.
                                                                                     destrians and other bikes, and caus-      that was running the red light at                                                         Perhaps if bikers would take the
                                                                                     ing an unwarranted hazard for cars.       South Burrowes Street and College                  A final note — to the bike rider     time to pause at least for a moment,
                                   T'S MU^SOnEIHMS                                   Bicycles zig-zagging around pedestri-
                                                                                     ans in front of Willard Building, rid-
                                                                                                                               Avenue. A car making a left turn into
                                                                                                                               the lot behind Willard Building nearly
                                                                                                                                                                           who hit me as I was walking in front
                                                                                                                                                                           of Willard Building, got angry be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       there would be fewer bicycle/pedes-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       trian accidents reported in the police
                                                                                     ing the wrong way down one-way            hit a bike that was running a stop sign     cause I failed to jump out of his path ,    log.
                                                                                     streets, or running stop signs without    (and the bike was passing a stopped         swore at me, then rode off — "#$%«:!"       Tammy D. Sorge, junior-telecommu-
                                                                                     even slowing down have caused se-         car by going along the curb to do it).      Herbert J. Rotfeld , assistant profes-      nications
                                                                                     rious accidents in recent weeks, yet             I nearly collided with a group       sor of advertising                          Mary M. Spila , sophomore-film
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                                                                                      Housing option suite r than apartments
                                                «•                                       Two University students were recently fined           for those students who want to stay on campus           Contract cards were not collected until Sunday.
                                                                                       for allowing more than three unrelated persons to       but need more space and privacy.                        Dan Kunetz (sophomore-math ) and Bob Armillei
                                                                                       live in their house. The State College Police             Forty-three "old" suites and 16 "new" suites          (sophomore-business administration) checked
                                                                                       Department is cracking down on noise violations.        are now on campus. The old suites house two to          into line at 8 a.m. Tuesday. Although sixth in line,
                                                                                       The inaccessibility of managers and landlords                                                                   they did not receive a regular suite in either East
                                                                                                                                               three people and have two to three rooms and a
                                                                                       continues to be a problem for some local tenants.       bath. Eleven old suites are available to males          Halls or Pollock. Had they been in another line
                                                                                         Twenty-one residents of Alexander Court               while 32 are open to females.                           their ranking may have been higher.
                                                                                       Apartments are living in space smaller than                                                                       Other students have gotten suites simply by
                                                                                       originally had been designed. The Association of          The new suites house two to four people and           being in the right place at the right time. Two
                                                                                       Residence Hall Students is reviewing three possi-       have one large room and a bath. Seven of these

                                                                                                                                                                                                       weeks prior to Fall Semester, a large new suite in
                                                                                       ble dorm contract acceptance systems. Approxi-          suites are available to males and nine to females.      Geary Hall , originally designated for a hand-
                                                                                       mately 355 men and women still live in                    In assigning suites, first priority is given to       icapped person, became available. No males on
                                                                                       tempora ry housing.                                     those students already living in suites and re-         the waiting list had requested a large suite so it
                                                                                                                                               questing reassignment. Another number of suites         was assigned to freshmen Neil Brem, Kenny
                                                                                                                                               are set aside for handicapped students and resi-        Berkley and Gary Stadtlahder. All three were
                                                                                                                                               dent hall officers , such as the president of the       originally assigned to temporary housing.
                                                                                                                                               East Residence Association.                               Last Winter Term , Liz Massar (junior-health
                                                                                                                                                 The remainder of them are available to any            planning and administration) signed onto , the
                                                                                                                  ^lUivt <d                    students on a first-come, first-served basis,           waiting list for suites. She had not previously
                                                                                                                                               according to dorm contract lines.                       submitted a contract card requesting a suite. A
                                                                                                                  &**M,                          Students requesting suites but not receiving
                                                                                                                                               assignments are placed on a waiting list and may
                                                                                                                                                                                                       few weeks later a vacancy allowed Liz to move
                                                                                                                                                                                                       into a suite on the ground floor of Pennypacker in
                                                                                                                                               be called any time during the year should a             East Halls. None of the girls ahead of her on the
                                            //                                                                                                 vacancy occur.                                          waiting list wanted to move at the time.
                                                                                                                                                 But when you consider moving into a suite, you
                                        //                                               With such an influx of housing problems, many                                                                   Suites are certainly not the answer to the
                                                                                                                                               must realize that due to the limited number

                                 7/                                                    of which are sure to remain unresolved for quite        available, competition is fierce. You must be           housing problems students are facing. But as

                                      uw                                               some time, students planning to return to Penn          prepared to camp out in dorm lines for several          rents increase and ordinances create obstacles,
                                                                                       State next year should take heed and consider all       days, and even then , you have no guarantee .           other housing alternatives need to be considered.
                                                                                       their housing alternatives before making a deci-        Along with perserverance, you need some luck .          Suites are one such alternative.
                                      Jt **-/ iz  is J>                                sion.                                                     Last March students competed for 11 male and
                                                                                         One often overlooked alternative is a university      19 female suites. Complete with coats, sleeping         Karen Kmetik is a senior majoring in biology and
                                                                                       suite. A happy medium between the traditional           bags, munchies and music, some serious suite-           a columnist for The Daily Collegian. Her column
                                                                                       dorm room and apartment living, a suite is ideal        seekers were in line by Wednesday evening.              appears on alternate Fridays.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               "Technology , War , and Peace" advertised.
World s policeman?                                                            toward reconciliation instead of sporadic
                                                                              crisis management.
                                                                                                                                                                       powers vested by the Constitution in the
                                                                                                                                                                       Government of the United States, or any
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           panel s moderator, Prof. Paul Todd , went on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           record bemoaning the low student interest in        This summer alone we attracted many times
       I found the tone of Carol Frank 's article                                                                                                                      department or office thereof.                       a course they'd set up on "Technology, War ,        six students, they represented a wide range of
concerning U.S. military intervention to be                                   Michael D. Gambone, junior-history                                                         Violations : Lebanon, EI Salvador.                and Peace" —13 potential instructors and six        opinions, and no one was dictating "the truth "
very disturbing. Her black and white look at                                  Sept. 15                                                                                                                                     potential students.                                 to anyone else. The same will be true this fall.
our current role in foreign affairs reminded                                                                                                                             The Sovereign Power of the United States
                                                                                                                                                                       rests with its People.                                 In the Collegian article Roy hit three notes :     Instead of laying all of the blame on student
me a great deal of the ideology of the Eisen-                                                                                                                                                                              1. That the group assembled to teach the            apathy, ignorance and career-orientedness,
hower and Kennedy administrations.
       However, times have changed. The
                                                                              Violated war powers                                                                      Ken Tomkinson ,
                                                                                                                                                                       Ki?n Tomkinson. Vero Beach, Fla.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           course was "distinguished ," 2. That other          might I suggest Drs. Roy and Todd accept
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           schools have done better, and that 3. There-        that part of it that properly belongs to them
United States is no longer looked upon as                                       I quote from the War Powers Resolution,                                                Sept. 13                                            fore, the low enrollment is necessarily a           and theirs. Lack of interest in "important
"The World's Policeman," arresting the bad                                    Title 50 U.S. Code 1976:                                                                                                                     reflection upon Penn State students. Todd           questions " is not nearly as widespread in
guys and preserving the greater good of                                                                                                                                                                                    accompanied with 1. The course was meant to         Happy Valley as the low sign-up for "Technol-
                                                                                  1. President's Executive Power as Com-
democracy on earth.
       The countries we did support held a                                     mander-in-Chief Limitation :                                                            Allowing both sides                                 develop awareness, leading to action, be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           cause 2. Most students are uninformed , be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ogy, War, and Peace" might indicate.
dubious claim to democracy if one could be                                        The Constitutional Powers of the President                                             Last spring — during Ground Zero Week , a                                                                It is just conceivable that students who are
                                                                               as Commander-in-Chief to introduce United                                                                                                   cause S. "Most (students ) come to school for a
made at all. How many free elections were                                                                                                                              nationwide, pro-disarmament campaign                living rather than life."                           interested would prefer a forum of their peers
held under Battista in Cuba , or Diem in South                                 States Armed Forces into hostilities, or situa-                                         heavily funded by the Liberal Establishment                                                             to a classroom situation where a highly ideal-
Vietnam, or even in Korea today? Is interven-                                  tions where imminent involvement in hosti-                                                                                                    What comes through loud and clear is an           ogized professor tells them what to think
tion a question of preserving the rights of the                                lites is clearly indicated by the                                                       — Penn State students were treated to a             attitude, one condemned during the 1960's as        while holding, at least potentially, the GPA
people or our own security interests abroad?                                   circumstances, are exercised only pursuant                                              debate in which three pro-freeze professors         "paternalism " — we know what's best for you        sword of Damocks over their open minds.
       The escalation of hostilities in Lebanon                                to 1. a declaration of war , 2. specific statutory                                      got considera bly more than they'd bargained        better than you know yourselves. This conde-
                                                                               authorization, or 3. a national emergency                                               for at the hands of two undergraduates, a           scending attitude could very well be at least         The superior enrollment our Free U. course
is a graphic example of the failure of the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     enjoyed — even during a nearly depopulated
peace-keeping troops in their primary mis-                                     created by attack upon the United States, its                                           graduate student and a librarian from the           part of what keeps students away. It was
                                                                               territories or possesions, or its armed forces.                                         Ukraine. What those in attendance got was a         glaringly obvious during the debate last            summer session — might be taken to indicate
sion — to keep the peace. The recent authori-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the superiority of cooperation over coersion,
zation of air strikes does not appear to be                                                                                                                            clear view of youth on display against the          spring, too.
                                                                                  2.Congressional Legislative Power:                                                                                                                                                           if the goal is to educate and not just to
conducive to a peaceful settlement of the                                         Under Article 1, Section 8, of the Constitu-                                         same old liberal littany , being trotted out this     It so happens that an undergraduate and I
                                                                                                                                                                       time by the professorial elite's supposed best.                                                         indoctrinate . Peace is not a side — it' s a goal.
conflict.                                                                      tion, it is specifically provided that the Con-                                                                                             signed on as course initiators with the Free
       Perhaps if the United States directed                                   gress shall have the power to make all laws                                               The reason I bring it up at this late date is     Universty this summer, and again this fall
its energies toward negotiation rather than                                    necessary and proper for carrying into execu-                                           that in the Monday, Sept. 12 Daily Collegian        (Thursdays, 8:00 p.m. 120 Sackett) , and our        Richard D. Simkins , graduate-physics
armed intervention , we could set a trend                                      tion not only its own powers, but also other                                            one of these professors, Rustum Roy, and the        "course" deals with the same topics as              Sept. 15

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Collegian Staff Writer                             students and their families from 16 consec-        year's general funds and has a general                    In the trustees docket, Jordan explained        is requesting the state begin an annual
                                                   utive years of tuition rate increases, no          funds operation of $313.3 million.                      that the University is developing an "exten-      appropriation of $4 million for academic
  University President Bryce Jordan is             increase in tuition is recommended for 1984-          But because Jordan is determined not to              sive strategic planning program." But , be-       equipment at University Park and other
scheduled to propose today that the Univer-        85," Jordan 's proposed budget says. "We           increase tuition next year, he will ask the             cause "certain critical needs are                 locations and $2 million for the University's
sity Board of Trustees approve a state             urgently request that the commonwealth             state to completely cover that request —                immediately apparent to the University            College of Medicine at the Milton S". Hershey
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years of Penn State tuition increases.             and that it attempt to restore support for the     Usually, the University tries to balance the               • $2 million for "instructional work-          system network for the University's Agri-
  Stressing the need for a one-year tuition        University 's Genera l Funds budget to at          budget by splitting increases between tu-               load."                                            culture Extension Program.
freeze, Jordan also plans to submit a re-          least the 50 percent level."                       ition and state funds.                                    Enrollments in the University 's College of        • $2.8 million for student aid.
quest for a 20 percent increase in the state          Jordan 's first proposed state appropria-          The second lump of money, an additional              Engineering have increased by 108.8 per-            The University's appropriation for stu-
appropriation.                                     tion request is a dramatic shift from those        $12.8 million for the general operating bud-            cent since 1971-72, according to the docket.      dent aid has not increased since 1971, the
   Last year, former University President          prepared by the University in the past. For        get, would be used to meet the University's             Also, enrollments in the colleges of Earth        docket says, adding that in the same period
John W. Oswald submitted a request that            the last three years, for example, the Uni-        "critical unmet needs." Here, Jordan in-                and Mineral Science and Business Adminis-         the cost of attending Penn State has in-
asked for about 10 percent more in state           versity has included an automatic 5 percent        cludes funds he says are needed for scientif-           tration have doubled in the same period .         creased by 148.1 percent.
funds , including a 5 percent tuition increase.    increase in tuition in its request to the state.   ic and engineering equipment, faculty                     "While the University has been able to            Also, the University said it was forced to
And after several months of political ma-             In addition to the switch on tuition , Jor-     positions and supporting resources in high              provide some support to these growing             deny assistance to more than 7,500 students
neuvering, the University ultimately re-           dan 's proposal also takes a new tactic in         technology fields, maintenance of the Uni-              academic areas, the increases have been           who demonstrated financial need. There-
ceived a 4 percent state appropriation             requesting money from the state. Instead of        versity's physical plant and financial aid for          insufficient ," the docket said. "A request       fore, Jordan is requesting $1.3 million to
increase. The trustees subsequently ap-            asking the state for one lump sum, he              both general students and specially targeted            for $2 million is proposed to provide additio-    bring "Penn State's student aid line item to
proved a 9.2 percent tuitidn increase.             divided his request into two categories.           minority recruitment and retention efforts.             nal faculty positions and supporting re-          approximately the same level as that of the
   Jordan was to present his proposal to the         As usual , Jordan is planning to submit a           Adding these special requests to the usu-            sources in high technology fi elds to partially   other state-related universities."
board's Committee on Finance at 9:30 this          "conservative" request for a 5.2 percent           sal 5.2 percent general funds increase, the             meet this critical need;"                           Another $500,000 is requested to provide
morning in the Faculty Building near the           increase — or $17.25 million — in the Univer-      University is requesting a total increase in               • $6 million for scientific and engineering    similar assistance for the students in the
Nittany Lion Inn. His recommendation was           sity's general funds budget. That would            its general funds budget of 9 percent. But              equipment.                   - ,                  College of Medicine. An additional $1 million
made public yesterday in the trustee docket        bring the general funds appropriation re-          with the tuition freeze, the state would have             To partially offset a growing problem of        is requested for increases for minority re-
material.                                          quest to $168.9 million. The University re-        to increase its University appropriation 20.1           replacing and updating scientific equip-          cruitment and retention.

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                                             Nickname: Nittany Lions                        m                                                                                                  Nickname: Hawkeyes
                                             Head Coach; Joe Paterno, (18th season 162-36-1)                                             St
                                                                                                                                                                                               Head Coach: Hayden Fry (22nd season 115 110-4)
                                             Las! Game: lost to Cincinnati 14-3                                                                                                                Rankings: 13th by Associated Press
                                             Offensive System: Multiple                                                                                                                        Last Game: beat Iowa State 51*10
                                             Defensive System: Multiple                                                                                                                        Offensive System: Pro-set        v;          .' " ' sil
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                                             lettermen lost: 21                             s                                                                                                  Defensive System: 5-2        '.;; ' '
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                                             lettermen returning: 36                                                                                                                           Lettermen lost 14     .
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    SDOITS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    The Daily Collegian

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Friday Sept. 16, 1983

     Lions look to rebound against No. 13 Iowa
                                             ver Stadium , anyone could figure
    By LIZ KAHN                                                                                    ''They're a good bunch of kids. They                                                                                                                                                        "1
    Collegian Sports Writer                  that an air of cynicism and nervous-                 work hard , they've got a lot of pride                                                               HMM. HAWK5 /Wt BIRDS flp PRFf...                                                          I
                                             ness has surrounded Penn State                       and some of , them had a great deal to
                                                                                                                                                   I VJONDER VJ»AT                                     M BETTER START SWING
      It's an obvious understatement to      Head Coach Joe Paterno and his                       do with our winning a national                  KIND OF HAViK                                                                                              THI5 COULD BE MUCH
                                                                                                                                                                                                        YOUR PRAYERS.0IRP
    say that everything hasn't been          Nittany Lions this week.                             championship.                                   IT 15?                                                                                                     HARDER THAN I THQUuHl
                                                                                                                                                                                                       (... AND I THINK I'LL SAY A FEW
    coming up roses for the football           Instead, the Lions claim to be                         "I don't see any reason to punish           tWK A
    team so far this year.                   anxious and ready to play. Paterno                    them because we haven 't done a                w/m HAWK,                                             FPU us.Tooy               -cp.                   f                      ' .-a™
      After entering the season with the     has done anything but given up on                    particularly good job of coaching."                                      «                                                     ^
    taste of a national championship still

                                             the ability to field what can be called                  After both losses — 44-6 to Nebras-
    on their tongues , the Lions suffered
    two straight losses , practically wip-
                                             a Winning team.
                                               In fact, last year's coach of the
                                                                                                  ka at the Kickoff Classic and 14-3 to
                                                                                                  Cincinnati last week at Beaver Sta-                                11 Jus                                                                                                          m
    ing out any indication of another
    No. 1 season.
                                             year talked cheerfully at a press
                                             conference Wednesday about having
                                                                                                  dium — Paterno blamed his coach-
                                                                                                  ing. But if things don 't seem to be                                   m s5K.                         *                        (Mi                                            •\ $
      And as Penn State readies for a        fun with his squad at practice during                coming up roses, they're not weeds                                                                        LOOK AT THOSE:
    matchup with Big 10 powerhouse           the week.                                            yet either , at least from the Lions'                         4
                                                                                                                                                                                                            FAMOUS \Ur\

    Iowa at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at Bea-         "I like my squad ," Paterno said.                  point of view. No one has thrown in

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                                                                                                  the towel on a winning season.                                                                             HAWICi^.'                                               &
                                                                                                      "I took some gambles going into
                                                                                                  the Cincinnati game that turned out
    4                                                                                             to be kind of investments in the

                                                                                                  future ," he said. "Cincinnati turned
                                                                                                  out to be better than I expected them
                                                                                                  to be and they beat us — but that
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                                                                                          t       doesn't mean we're going to despair

                                                                                                  or lose self-respect. We've got a good
                                                                                                  solid squad."
                                                                                                      Penn State center Nick Haden said                                                    v                                                             »
                                                                                                  the Lions' 0-2 position has caused                                                                                                     vvr                  NS!
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                                                                                                  ways that could be positive against                                                                                                                                                              .?
                                                                                                  Iowa , and in the long run.                                                                                                \
                                                                                                       "It's not normal here," Haden                 bt*
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                                                                                                   said. "We're not used to losing, but I
                                                                                                   think the mistakes that were made
                                                                                                   in the games — a missed tackle
                                                                                                   here, a bad throw there . . . it will
                                                                                                   just be a matter of time before we
                                                                                                   straighten things out.                       touchdown last weekend against the             Gill to make the Hawkeye attack                their strength is in their defensive
                                                                                                                                                Cyclones.             '                        fearsome.                                      line."
                                                                                                       "Considering we're 0-2, I don't              The Penn State quarterback situa-             Going the other way, Iowa is with-              But even though Iowa's creden-
                                                                                                   think the team moral is down that             tion, however, has caused the Lions           out half its starters from last year's          tials sound pretty impressive, things
                                                                                                  much. I know it's not. The desire to           considerable trouble in their first           •Big 10-leading defensive unit , but            aren 't too tense for Penn Sta te going »
                                                                                                   win this football game is very, very          two games. After alternating juniors          depth and size of its members will              into tomorrow 's match. Maybe now
                                                                                                   great." >                                    Doug Strang and Dan Lonergan                   have an effect on any opponent.                 t h a t t h e p r e s s u r e s of a
                                                                                                      In order to register its first victory    against Nebraska and including                    Senior defensive end, 6-4, 235-             championship-aiming team are off ,
                                                                                                  this weekend, Penn State will have            freshman John Shaffer against Cin-             pound Dave Strobel and 6-5, 260-               the Lions will buckle down and learn
                                                                                                   to stop what has been called the best-       cinnati , Paterno named Strang this            pound tackle Jeff Drost lead the               from their mistakes.
                                                                                                  ever Hawkeye squad. And the Lions             week as the man to "start and play "           Hawkeyes with eight tackles each.                  "The attitude (in practice) has
                                                                                                  appear to have their work cut out for         Lion quarterback.                              Some other big Iowa boys on defense            been good," Paterno said. "We
                                                                                                  them.                                            The Hawkeyes proved their offen-            include 6-3 260-pound defensive                looked as if we had some quickness
                                                                                                                                               sive strength- last weekend scoring             tackle Paul Hufford and 6-1 230-               and we've had good enthusiasm. I've
                                                                                                      Led by quarterback Chuck Long             the first three times they had the             pound linebacker Larry Station.                been pleased with the way they 've
                                                                                                   (otherwise known as Chuck Accu-             football. Behind Long, Iowa 's back-                                                           responded that way . . . I think
                                                                                                  rately) , Iowa rose in the polls to                                                             Haden , not too small himself at 6-
                                                                                                                                               field could give a young Lion defense           2'/2, 248 pounds, said the Lions will          we've gotten something out of the
                                                                                                  No. 13 this week after crushing Iowa         quite a workout.                                have to be wary of the huge Hawk-              Cincinnati loss that's positive.
                                                                                                  State 51-10 last Saturday in what was            Hawkeye tailback Owen Gill ran              eye attack .                                       "My' feelings going into the season
                                                                                                  predicted to be a close game.                over the Cyclones with 136 yards on                "We know that they 're a very               haven 't changed one bit ," he said.
                                                                                                      Long, a 6-4, 185-pound junior holds      only 16 carries while scoring four              tough , very physical football team ,"         "We're a young football team with
                                                                                                  a school record for pass completion          touchdowns.                                     Haden said. "They're one of the                tremendous potential. "
                                                             Photo by Mlcah Grabensteln
                                                                                                  percentage at .642 in 11 regular                 Iowa fullback Norm Granger and              better teams in the Big 10 and we                  And Paterno is hoping his young
     Nittany Lion Doug Strang (18) will try to get Penn State back on the winning                 season games last season. He was 13          tailback Eddie Phillips along with a            have to be ready for them. They                team's potential will sprout and
     track tomorrow as the Lions host No. 13 Iowa at 1:30 at Beaver Stadium.                      of 17 for 204 yards and a threw for a '      strong offensive line, combine with             have some big people and I think               blossom tomorrow .

    Liberty grabs commanding 2-0 lead                                                                                                                                                            Big Ten no longer
    AP Sports Writer

       NEWPORT,. R.I. — Liberty skipper Dennis
                                                                                                                                                                                                 the 'little eight'
    Conner caught Australia II on one wind shift and                                                                                                                                              By PAUL ALEXANDER                               tougher ," Fry said. "He has also
    blew it away on another to catapult into a                                                                                                                                                    Collegian Sport s Writer                        developed into a total player; he's
    commanding 2-0 lead yesterday in the 25th de-                                                                                                                                                                                                 greatly improved as a blocker and
    fense of the America 's Cup.                                                                                                                                                                    After Penn State dropped its                  a pass receiver. "
       Australia II, however, protested the race, con-                                                                                                                                           second consecutive contest of the                  Gill also has a counterpart at
    tending that Conner impeded the challenger 's                                                                                                                                                season to an unheralded Universi-                tailback in senior Eddie Phillips.
    progress by illegally crossing its path on the                                                                                                                                                ty of Cincinnati team, Lion Head                Phillips gives the Hawkeyes a
    fourth leg of the six-leg course.                      r/—^.'*^+*j- r^L                                                                                                                       Coach Joe Paterno said that any                 double-edged attack at tailback
       The Americans now have turned back Aussie                                                                                                                                                 team the Nittany Lions play is a                 and fullback Norm Granger gives
    helmsman John Bertrand's innovative 12-meter,                                                                                                                                                good team.                                       those two tremendous blocking as
    one of the most formidable challengers in Cup                                                                                                                                                   Tomorrow Penn State faces an                  well as giving the Hawkeyes an-
    history, in different conditions on consecutive                                                                                                                                               up and coming Big Ten foe. The                  other break-away threat in the
    days.                                                                                                                                                                                         Iowa Hawkeyes under Head Coach                  Iowa backfield.
       And for the second day in a row, a close race                                                                                                                                              Hayden Fry have finished 8-4 the
                                                                                                                                                                                                  last two seasons and have gone to                 Getting the ball to these backs
    turned into a rout on the final leg as the Austra-                                                                                                                                                                                            and to the Hawkeye receivers will
    lians ran into trouble. •                                                                                                                                                                     the Rose and Peach Bowl in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                 respective campaigns.                            be 6-4, 210 pound quarterback
      Liberty won yesterday by one minute, 33 sec-                                                                                                                                                                                                Chuck Long. Long completed a
    onds in calm seas and diminishing but shifting                                                                                                                                                  The Big Ten supposedly consists
                                                                                                                                                                                                 of two big teams, Ohio State and                 record 65 percent of his passes last
    winds that were supposed to be ideal for the                                                                                                                                                                                                  year and he didn 't waste any time
    Australians' revplutionary winged keel. It won                                                                                                                                               Michigan and eight other teams
                                                                                                                                                                                                 commonly referred to as the                      getting out of the blocks last week
    Wednesday by one minute, 10 seconds in choppy                                                                                                                                                                                                 against Iowa State. He completed
    seas and gusty winds.                                                                                                                                                                        "little eight. "
                                                                                                                                                                                                    "The Big Ten race in '83 will be              13 of 17 passes for 204 yards and
      Liberty, which crossed the finish line in                                                                                                                                                                                                   one touchdown.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 very exciting week to week," Fry

    3:48:06, now needs just two more victories in the
    best-of-seven series to keep yachting 's most                                             ¦
                                                                                              JZI . #•   i   mi                                                                                  said. "I truly believe that this                   In all , the Hawkeyes amassed
    prized trophy in the United States, where it's                                                                                                                     AP Laserphoto             season will continue to show im-                 535 yards in total offense and
    been since it was first won 132 years ago.                                                                                                                                                   provement by the so-called 'little               scored 51 points. Aside from being
                                                             The American 12-meter yacht Liberty took a commanding 2-0 lead over the Australia II yesterday. Liberty
      The third race was postponed until tomorrow                                                                                                                                                eight.' "                                        42 points more than the Lions have
                                                             needs only two more wins to keep the America's Cup in the United States for the 25th consecutive time.
    on Rhode Island Sound, after the Australians                                                                                                                                                    With the Hawkeyes opening up                  scored in two games, the Hawk-
    requested a day to regroup.                                                                                                                                                                  last week with a surprisingly lop-               eyes were only favored to beat
      For the Aussies, who lost just six of 54 races in       The tactic worked.                                              going to the last leg, 4.5 miles upwind , but the                  sided win over interstate rival                  Iowa State by a touchdown.
    a summer of trials against other foreign boats, it        Liberty picked up an off-shore breeze from the                  Aussies weren't through.                                           Iowa 'State , Iowa 's next opponent ,               "Offensively they (Iowa) are
    has been a week of frustration.                         mouth of the Sakonnet River and passed the                          The wind was changing almost constantly, and                     Ohio State, may be looking over its              really a big league , well-balanced
      Nevertheless, the challengers still seemed in         Aussies.                                                          Bertrand caught one of the shifts himself to pull                  shoulder. It was the worst defeat                football team ," Head Coach Joe
    command in the second race, leading by 21                 "They tacked in our water on the second work                    almost even.                                                       Iowa ever administered to Iowa                   Paterno said. "They have excel-
    seconds going into the second upwind leg —sup-          (windward leg ) ," said Australian syndicate head                   The two boats tacked and tacked , zig-zagging                    State. The 51-10 contest yielded                 lent quarterbacking, great run-
    posedly their strength with the winds down to the       Alan Bond.                                                        for position , and the Aussies appeared to have the                many offensive stars for the                     ning backs, a big strong line and
    10-knot range.                                            By the time the boats turned for the fifth leg,                 weather edge.                                                      Hawkeyes.                                        excellent outside receivers.
      But if Australia II was in control of the race, it    downwind to Liberty 's favor , Conner had                           But then the wind changed again , a sudden                          Tailback Owen Gill , a 220-pound              They're one of the better teams in
    wasn't in control of the tricky wind.                   stretched the lead to 48 seconds.                                 shift to the east that pushed Liberty to more than                 junior from Brooklyn , N.Y.,                     the country ."
      That was Conner 's domain.                              Australia II had been forced to sail at a more                  a 300-yard lead.                                                   rushed for 136 yards on 16 carries                 So, for the first time since 1979,
      The American skipperj who defended the Cup            perpendicular angle as its bending mast seemed                      From there, Conner simply protected his lead,                    and he equaled a school record by                Penn State is not in any of the top
    aboard Freedom against Australia in 1980,               to be standing too straight to expose enough sail                 and Bertrand was unable to find one last gust that                 scoring four touchdowns.                         20 polls and groping for that much
    switched to a bigger foresail and sailed to the         for maximum speed.                                                might have pushed the Aussies back into the                           "Owen has always been a nifty                 needed first win will be no easy
    right side of the course, closer to land.                 Liberty held a seemingly safe 31-second lead                    race.                                                              runner but he has gotten much                    task against No. 13 Iowa.
14—The Daily Collegian Friday , Sept. 16, 1983

    Booters host NAIA school Lady Lions to face "true test                                                                                                                    By JOHN WEISS                                                   Sophomore forward Beth Thompson said the players
    By RON LEONARD!                                            No one knows that better than                         transfer immediately from another                        Collegian Sports Writer                                       will have be careful not to-hit the ball as hard as they
    Collegian Sports Writer                                 Lion Head Soccer Coach Walter                            school," Bahr said, " not to men-                                                                                      would on grass.
                                                            Bahr , whose No. 6 Lions will put a                      tion a number of other , rule                             So far it's seems so easy.                                     "We have to use more of a small game," Thompson
      Over the past decade, the town oi                     two-game winning streak on the                           changes."                                                  For Penn State Head Coach Gillian Rattray and the           said, "which is shorter passes and using the people close
    Buckhannon , W.Va., has witnessed                       line tonight when they battle the                           Regardless of different rules and                     women's field hockey team, the season has opened up with      to you.                                    ¦          '
    one of the top small-school soccer                      Bobcats at 7:15 at Jeffrey Field.                        a different conference, Bahr ex-                         two relatively dominating victories — 2-0 over Ohio State       "Defensively, you just have to stay a little bit more off
    teams in the nation. The trouble is,                    Bahr will even go so far to say that                     pects a tough game.                                      last Sunday, and 6-1 over Toledo on Tuesday.                  your girl because it's so much faster that you have to give
    nobody else has. In simple terms,                       the matchup may be one where                                "They'll come in with a good                            In both victories, Penn State (2-0) decidedly outshot       yourself more space to stay with them."
    this team has toiled in relative                        Penn State may not gain anything                         team and could have some older                           their opponent, 23-4 against the Lady Buckeyes and 34-2         Penn State defeated North Carolina last year, 6-1, but
    obscurity.                                              by playing it.                                           and experienced players," Bahr                           against the Rockets.                                          that was at Lady Lion Field.
      The campus of West Virginia                              "We could very well lose to West                      said. "I'm sure they'll have at least                      Both of the games, however, were in the friendly              "The score did not indicate the strength of their team,"
   Wesleyan lies in the beautiful foot-                     Virginia Wesleyan," Bahr said. "If                       a half-dozen foreign players so they                     confines of Lady Lion Field, where Penn State seems to        Rattray said. "They are a strong team and we're going to
    hills of this central West Virginian                    we do, people will say 'Who's West                       will be a worthy opponent. "                             have become immune to losing. The Lady Lions have not         have to pull out every stop to win that one."
   town and though this small method-                       Virginia Wesleyan,' not knowing                             From Wesleyan's perspective,                          lost at home since 1979.                                        North Carolina will be returning eight starters from an
   ist college' s student enrollment                        they're one of the best small                            that could mean trouble, consid-                           Now, the true test begins, as the Lady Lions take to the    11-8 team, including Louise Hines, who had 15 goals and
   numbers only 1,600, it boasts one of                     schools around. "                                        ering the Lions are coming off their                     road to face .Duke tomorrow and North Carolina Sunday.        seven assists, and Sandy Smith , who chalked up eight
   the top National Association of In-                         Bahr admits some people might                         best performance of the young sea-                         Penn State has never faced Duke, which returns nine         goals and four assists.
   tercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) soc-                      find it hard to even imagine how a                       son — a 3-0 victory over Rhode                           starters from last season's 14-6 squad, the Blue Devils are     The Lady Lions will undoubtedly be the younger team in
   cer teams in America.                                    school with just 1,600 students could                    Island.                                                  returning their leading scorer of last year, Pam Steven-      both games this weekend, returning only three starters —
      After garnering a fifth place fin-                    beat a major university such as                              "Right now, I think everyone is in                   son, who tallied 12 goals.                                    Anne Hopkins, Rene Wright , and Marsha Florio.
   ish in the final NAIA poll a year                        Penn State with its 30,000 plus stu-                      a good frame of mind and pleased                          "They've got a good, strong nucleus coming back,"             But Rattray said these three have already influenced
   ago, Wesleyan has rode a wave of                         dents, let alone compete on the                           with their performance," Bahr                           Rattray said.                                                 the play of the less experienced performers.
   momentum into early season play.                         same field, but it can happen.                            said. "I think most of the team feels                     The real challenge, though, begins Sunday when the            "1 think they've been very instrumental," she said.
   Owners of a perfect 3-0 slate, the                          "From the general student body                         we have the makings of a good                           Lady Lions face North . Carolina on a surface they're not     "Although they may not be the flashiest or the showiest
   Bobcats have knocked off their                           here," Bahr said, "they tend to                           year. Now I'd like to have 16 games                     accustomed to playing on — artificial turf. Some freshmen     players, they have that steadying influence. "
   opponents with relative ease, clob-                      compare all Penn State teams with                         under my belt and four to go, and be                    have never played on turf so Rattray had a two-hour team         Thompson, who plays on the forward line with Hopkins,
   bering West Liberty State College,                       the success of the football team,                         able to make that statement, but                        practice on turf Wednesday night to help the team adjust.     said the senior has been a tremendous help to her and the
   14-0; Geneva College 3-2 and Mar-                        and you just can't look at these                          the situation's the opposite and it                       "We will really have to sharpen up our mental approach      other new members of the line.
   shall University, 5-0.                                   games like that. "                                        may be a little premature, but                          to the game," Rattray said, "because the reaction time           "She (Hopkins) really has been a good influence,
      Because of its size, people tend to                      When analyzing the reasons for                         there's a feeling."                                     (on turf) is so much shorter."                                Thompson said. "She's really helpful, and in practice
   raise eyebrows and question the                          Wesleyan's consistent success,                              Lion defender Geordie Kline                             Freshman defender Mary McCarthy has had experience          she's always the one that gets you moving."
   legitimacy of its record and past                        Bahr points to the different eligibil-                    snares Bahr 's feeling. The sopho-                      on turf in the Junior Olympics, and agreed the team must
   accomplishments. They might ask                          ity and age rules, to list a few,                         mofe left-fullback said the team                        be prepared for a different brand of play.                       On defense, McCarthy has looked to Wright and Florio
   "who's West Virginia Wesleyan."                          governing the NAIA.                                       has experienced a number of spir-                         "You need to really concentrate on stickwork," McCar-       for guidance.
   Only one can 't take this team light-                       "NAIA teams can use players                            ited practices this week for Wes-                       thy said. "Our conditioning has to be a lot better. North        "Rene (Wright) has just been, on and off the field, a
   ly.                                                      that are older, and players can                           leyan.                                                  Carolina 's used to playing on turf so they'll have a big     great help," McCarthy said, "to the freshman especially,
                                                                                                                                                                              advantage. "                         •-,                      considering she's the captain."
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               The Daily Collegian Friday, Sept. 16, 1983—15

                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Netwomen crush Lady Rams
    Lady spikers readjust for Classic                                                                                                                                                                                    By JOHN BARANOWSKI
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Collegian Sports Writer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          today's match but didn 't miss a beat
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Chris Dolfi wiped out Laurie Haines
    By RICK STOUCH                                                                          That's not rea l easy. We have to let her get some                 She must realize that she must have confidence               The women's tennis team had an                6-0, 6-0 and freshman Julie Mazza
    Collegian Sports Writer                                                                 confidence and make a few mistakes until she                       in herself and then she can fit into the lineup           easy time of it in its season opener             defeated Jenny Himsworth by the
                                                                                            gets worked into the lineup. "                                     better.                                                   yesterday as the Lady Lions powered              score of 6-2, 6-1.
      The women's volleyball team will use a new                                              Although Lennon is also an outside hitter and                       "The team realizes Patty is not there and they         past West Chester 9-0.                              Although the Lady Lions Vvere
    player and a quicker offense against some good                                          the team 's rotation will remain the same, Rose                    are learning how to play with a new player. It               It was a easy day for Penn State as           forced to go with doubles teams that
   .competition this weekend at the Pitt Classic.                                           said there will be a difference "since Patty 's a                  takes a while to earn trust. "                            it limited the Lady Rams to only one             were basically unfamiliar to each
      Faced with the task of replacing senior outside                                       larger blocker. "                                                    Leap said that although she hasn 't had to              set the entire afternoon.                        other, they had no difficulty with the
    hitter Patty Skadeland , who is out for the season                                        Assistant Coach Ellen Crandall explained the                     change her play as much because she's not in the             "We looked good in a lot of areas             Lady Rams of West Chester in dou-
    with a broken leg, Women 's Head Volleyball                                             change.                                                            same row as Lennon , she has had to increase her          and I thought we played pretty well,"            bles either.
    Coach Russ Rose said after last weekend's Penn                                            "We did have more of a tall , slow-attack                        leadership role .                                         Women 's Head • Tennis Coach Jan                    Whiteside and Learmonth defeated
    State Invitational Tournament he might change                                           team ," Crandall said, "but now since we've only                      Rose said that any of the competition this             Bortner "We've made a lot of pro-                Dunlap and Torch 6-3, 6-2.
    the three- middle blocker rotation that included                                        got two of the taller hitters , we've switched to a                weekend could be tough.                 '                 gress."                                             Junior Chris Sandor and Mazza ,
    her.                                                                                    smaller, quick-attack team.                                           "Louisville has already played against four or            Lady Lions Janet Whiteside and                playing second doubles, defeated
      But he has decided to remain with the same                                              "We have a lot of speed , but because of the                     five ranked teams, Pitt is 10-0 and Florida State         Pam Trafford , both playing higher in            Rapport and Trowbridge 6-3, 3-6, 6-0.
    starting lineup that crushed Rutgers last Satur-                                        shorter blockers, we have to have a better de-                     is ranked No. 20 in the country ." Rose said. "I          the singles than they've ever played             It was only Sandor 's second varsity
    day.                                                                                    fense. And we will also not have as basic an                       don 't think Pitt has played any real good teams          before, won their matches with little            match.
      That lineup consists of the other five starters                                       offense. We'll run more plays."                                    yet this year , but 10 matches give them a good           trouble.                                            "I was really excited and a little
    who opened the season (Leslie Peters, Lori                                                Crandall said the transition has been surpris-                   opportunity to know their strengths and weak-              • Whiteside, playing No. 1 singles,             nervous out there , but I just played
    Barberich , Marcia Leap, Ellen Hensler and Vyda                                         ingly smooth.                                                      nesses and to get things prepared. "                      defeated Sue Dunlap 6-0, 6-4. Traf-              aggressively and things worked out
    Kernick) and sophomore Chris Lennon , who                                                 "They have adjusted well — a lot faster than                       And he's a little concerned about the players'          ford , at No. 2 singles, defeated Cathy          well," Sandor said.
    replaced Skadeland after her injury against                                             expected ," she said. "Things were not good at the                 attitude.                                                 Torch 6-0, 6-1.                                     In third doubles play, Dolfi teamed
    Toledo.                                                                                 beginning, but the team talked and planned and                       "The girls are high after the Rutgers match                Playing No. 3 singles Linda Lear-             up with freshman Romi Walker and
      "I felt that Chris did a good job in the match                                        things clicked all of a sudden. "                                  and they might feel they 're a little better than         month defeated Alyson Rapport 6-2,               defeated Haines and Himsworth 6-2,
    against Rutgers and deserves the opportunity to                                           Crandall also said that Lennon and the rest of                   they really are," Rose said. "We'll see."                 6-3 and fourth singles player Pam                6-1.
    play some other teams," Rose said. "Chris is a                                          the starting squad are getting used to each other.                   But he knows his team can win.                          Perrotta defeated Tina Trowbridge 6-                "I was really pleased with the girls
    good player , but she hasn't played much before                                           "Chris is working in well. She (Lennon ) lacks                     "I think if we play well we'll beat them all ," he      1, 6-2.                                          who hadn 't seen much varsity ac-
    and now she starts for a good volleyball team.                                          experience at this point and that's the only thing.                said.                                                        Penn State's No. 5 or No. 6 players           tion ," Bortner said,"They showed a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         had little to no experience before               lot of confidence and poise .

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Harriers start season with Spiked Shoe                                                                                                                                                                                 Golfers venture to
By JACQUELINE MITCHELL                              "I think we work together good as a              said,                                                         run as a tight group, meaning the

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       tough Yale course
Collegian Sports Writer                           group, "Stephens said, "and the work                  "We invite our alumni to this                              first and fifth runners should not
                                                  outs have been great. We've been                   meet," he said , "because they are                            allow more than a 30- to 40-second gap
   The 1983 men 's cross country team             putting in a lot of miles so I think it's          experienced runners and provide
will start its season tomorrow with                                                                                                                                between them. Groves will also be
                                                  going to pay off soon."                            good competition for the team."                               concerned about their speed.
the five-mile Spiked Shoe Invitatio-                Tomorrow 's meet will be run on a                  Greg Fredericks, who was a mem-                                                                                                                                 Seventy men vied for 12 spots on
nal , which will begin at 10 a.m. at the                                                                                                                              "It's a get-ready time and a see-                 By JOSEPH BARRETT
                                                  course similar to that of previous                 ber of the 1980 Olympic team , will be                        where-we-are time," Groves said.                     Collegian Sports Writer                     the roster and three alternate posi-
University Blue Golf Course.                      years. This will give Groves a chance              one of the alumni in this meet , Groves                                                                                                                        tions in a 108-hole tournament.
   Although the team captains of last                                                                                                                                The Spiked Shoe will give Groves a
                                                  to compare this squad to prior Penn                said. George Malley, a bronze med-                            chance to evaluate his squad, and                     Good organization is an impor              One course record was broken in
year's squad, Jeff Adkins and Rick                State teams.                                       alist in the 1977 World Cup, is ques-                                                                             tant element in any successful               the tryout last Friday when sopho-
Garcia , have graduated , Head Cross                                                                                                                               give the team an opportunity to com-
                                                    The Spiked Shoe Invitational is an               tionable due to injuries ,                                    pete against some very experienced                  operation , but as far as Head               more Dave Treese eased over the
Country Coach Harry Groves said the               individual-oriented meet, Groves                     This meet will show if the Lions can                                                                            Coach Mary Kennedy is con                    Blue Course's back nine in only 31
gaps caused by their absence have                                                                                                                                                                                      cerned , it's the key to a winning           shots, five strokes under par.

                                                  Lady harriers off and running
created a healthy situation.                                                                                                                                                                                           golf team.
   "The back-up people see the holes                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The 54-hole Yale tournament
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Kennedy and Assistant Coach                will field 32 five-man teams this
and the need for them to do extra                                                                                                                                                                                      Dick Guardino have implemented
work , and they do it ," Groves said.                                                                                                                                                                                                                               year — its largest group ever —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       a highly structured practice sys-            with the best four scores each day
"They have a lot of incentive. "                  By RICH BRADLEY                                                                   kids.                                                                              tem that emphasizes work with
   The Lions have eight runners re-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 counting toward each team's total
                                                  Collegian Sports Writer                                                             "It will give a strong indication of who is ready (for next                      particular clubs and forces play-
turning from last year's squad ,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    score.
                                                                                                                                    week's meet against North Carolina State). This will give                          ers to practice difficult shots, rath-
Groves said , with the most experi-                  The 1983 women's cross country team will be off and                            me a chance to figure out who is in pretty decent shape.                           er than just play the course.                   The par-72 Yale course is partic-
enced runners being Dwight Ste-                   running with a new season beginning with the Lady Lion                            We're not going to run the same distance (as our regular                             That system, they hope, will                ularly difficult. With a course rat-
phens, Gary Black and Clark Haley.                Invitational tomorrow.                                                            meets) , but it'll tell me a little bit more about the                             prove its merit today as the men's           ing of 73, the layout features long
Although the others are a little inex-               The field for the race will be small, Head Coach Gary                          personnel on the team."                                                            golf team tees off for the first time         holes, tight fairways, and , accord-
perienced , Groves said , the team has            Schwartz said , since Penn State and Indiana University of                          Schwartz said earlier four of his prospective seven                              this season in the Yale Invitatio-            ing to Kennedy, "the deepest and
a lot of potentially good runners .               Pennsylvania are the only teams entered in the 4.4 mile                           starters for the season will be Doreen Startare, Natalie                           nal.                                         highest traps you've ever seen on
 , "The guys are really anxious and               race. The Invitational will sta rt at 10:45 a.m. on the                           Updegrove, Paula Renzi , and Heidi Gerken.                                           "Everybody has a golf swing,"              a golf course.
sincere," he said. "They 're doing a              University Blue Golf Course and is open to anyone wanting                           Since the remaining three starting spots are up for                              Kennedy said . "What we're trying               The Lion unit is led by newcom-
commendable amount of training. "                 to compete. A $2 entry fee will be charged.                                       grabs, the Invitational should be very competitive. The                            to do is teach them how to score.            er Scott Gerhart , a senior transfer
 ' The sport demands a lot of training,              Schwartz said the race is longer than the National                             other runners that will be trying to win the remaining                             Our ultimate goal is to teach the            from IUP, who won the qualifier
Groves said , and the team has been               Collegiate Athletic Association distance of 3.1 miles for                         spots for next week's meet are Carol Dickstein, Sharon                             guys how to get the ball in the              by an 11-shot margin over Treese.
running an average of 100 miles a                 two reasons.                                                                      Greene, Sue Miley, Beth Steiver, Judy Castle, and two                              hole."                                       Veterans Tom Bean , Scott Thar-
week.                                                "It's still early in the season and we want to do a little                     freshmen, Suzanne Walker and Holly Loht.                                             Gettingpthe ball in the hole may           rington , and Jim Boyle complete
   Team Captain Stephens said that                strength work ," Schwartz said. "The other thing is to get a                        This season the Lady Lions will be trying to improve on                          be easier for the Lions this year ,          the squad that Kennedy said could
although the Lions are a young team,              look at the team. It'll be the first time that we'll have a                       last year's sixth place finish at the NCAA championships.                          as they begin their fall schedule            be the best at Penn State in a
 there is no disadvantage because                  chance to put people head to head. I know a lot about some                       However, they will be without Heather Carmichael, a                                with added skill and depth .                 number of years.
they are eager and hungry.                         of the kids, but I don 't know much about some of the newer                      national class runner who graduated in the spring.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The Daily Collegian Friday, Sept. 16, 1983—17

Pirates move into 1st place tie Browns defeat
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  winless Bengals
   PITTSBURGH (AP ) - Dave Parker had three                                   out Len Matuszek and finished up with three                         advanta ge of a wild performance by Houston
hits while Richie Hebner drilled a pinch-hit grand-                           strikeouts against the four batters he faced to earn                pitcher Nolan Ryan en route to a 6-0 victory last
slam home run to back Larry McWilliams' route-                                his fourth save. Kevin Gross, 4-6, took the loss.                   night.
going performance as the Pittsburgh Pira tes                                    Gullickson , 8-1 since the All-Star break , has won                 Pena , 12-6, completed his fourth game of the year
moved into a tie for the National League East lead                            four straight decisions.                                            as the the Dodgers extended their National League
with an 8-4 victory over the Chicago Cubs yester-                               Montrea l moved within one-half game of Phila-                    West lead to 4 1 •> games over Atlanta and 812 games                                CLEVELAND (AP) - Brian                          the second period accounted for
                 ¦                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Sipe, passing for 201 yards, threw                 the Browns' other score. The kick
day. ,• • ' ¦' '                                                              delphia in the National League East. The Phillies                   over the Astros. He leads the NL in earned run
   The victory , the Pirates' fourth in a row, gained                         began the night in first place, a game in front of                  average at 2.18.                                                                 his eighth touchdown pass of the                   was set up when Sipe pitched to
them a share of the lead with Philadelphia , which                            Pittsburgh.                                                                                                                                          year and Mike Pruitt bulled over                   running back Dwight Walker , who
                                                                                                                                                    Ryan , 13-8, walked six batters, allowed one run to                            from one yard out for another                      threw his first career pass 25
lost to Montreal 4-1. The Expos are a half-game                                 The Expos took a 1-0 lead in the third when Tim                   score on a wild pitch and hit two batters in the
back.                                                                         Raines singled , stole his 72nd base, moved to third                                                                                                 score as the Cleveland Browns                      yards to Ricky Feacher at the
                                                                                                                                                  Dodgers ' three-run fifth inning. Ryan departed                                  defeated the winless Cincinnati                    Cincinnati 4.
  McWilliams , 14-6, struck out nine and walked one                           on an infield out and scored on a wild pitch.                       after 4 1-3 innings for reliever Mike LaCoss.
and didn't allow the Cubs a hit after Ron Cey's solo                                                                                                                                                                               Bengals 17-7 last night.                              Anderson, playing despite a
homer with one out in the sixth .                                                                                                                                                                                                     Sipe completed 21 of 31 passes                  neck injury aggravated in last
                                                                               Mets 6                                                                                                                                                                                                 Sunday 's loss to Buffalo, started
  The Pirates took a 2-0 lead off Chuck Rainey, 14-                                                                                               Red Sox 7                                                                        and hit on his first nine attempts in
11, in the first when Marvell Wynne walked, Johnny                             Cardinals 4                                                                                                                                         the NFL game, including a 19-yard                  slow, but then heated up to direct
Ray lined an RBI'double and Jason Thompson hit a                                                                                                  Orioles 1                                                                        touchdown pass to Ozzie Newsome                    the Bengals' only scoring drive
                                                                                 NEW YORK (AP) — George Foster hit a two-run                                                                                                       that put Cleveland ahead 7-0 in the                early in the second quarter.
sacrifice fly.                                                                                                                                      BOSTON (AP) — Wade Boggs, the major-league
                                                                              homer in the seventh inning to snap a tie and give                                                                                                   first quarter.                                        Anderson hit six-of-six passes
  The Pirates made it 3-0 in the third when Parker                                                                                                batting leader , featured a 15-hit attack with a
                                                                              the New York Mets a 6-4 victory over the St. Louis                                                                                                                                                       for 42 yards on a 71-yard drive
led off with a single and came around to score when
                                                                              Cardinals last night.                                               double and two singles last night as the Boston Red                                 A pair of Cincinnati mistakes led
first baseman Carmelo Martinez was charged with                                                                                                   Sox defeated division-leading Baltimore 7-1, snap-                               to two of the Browns' scores as                    climaxed by rookie Larry Kinne-
                                                                                Foster's 25th homer of the season made a winner                                                                                                                                                       brew's touchdown. The one-yard
an error on an attempted pickoff play.
                                                                              of right-hander Ed Lynch , 10-9, who yielded homers                 ping the Orioles ' six-game winning streak.                                      Cleveland opened divisional play.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Chip Banks intercepted a pass by                   run came on his fi rst career carry .
                                                                              to Lonnie Smith and Darrell Porter before leaving                     The loss trimmed Baltimore's American League
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ken Anderson at midfield to start                     Anderson again had the Bengals
                                                                              in the eighth inning in favor of Jesse Orosco, who                  East lead over Detroit to five games, but the
Expos 4                                                                       earned his 17th save.                                               Orioles still have a seven-game advantage in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   the first Cleveland touchdown                      on the move late in the fourth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   drive, and Cincinnati defensive                    quarter, marching them from
Phillies 1                                                                      With one out in the seventh, Keith Hernandez                      loss column. The Tigerg were idle Thursday night.                                back Ken Riley interfered with                     their own 20-yard line to the Cleve-
                                                                              singled and Foster hit a 1-0 pitch from left-handed                   Southpaw Bruce Hurst , 12-10, became Boston 's
  PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Terry Francona hit a                                    reliever Dave LaPoint , 12-9, deep into the left-field
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   receiver Dave Logan on a third-                    land nine before throwing an inter-
home run , two singles, and drove in two runs as the                                                                                              winningest pitcher with relief help from Bob Stan-                               quarter pass to put the Browns                     ception to Clarence Scott in the
Montreal Expos beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-1                                                                                                 ley as the Red Sox handed the Orioles only their                                 inside the Cincinnati 5.                           end zone with 1:33 left in the game.
last night to salvage the final game of a three-game                          Dodgers 6                                                           second loss in the last 10 starts, and fourth in the                                Pruitt scored his touchdown two
                                                                                                                                                  last 23.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Anderson finished with 26 com-
series.                                                                       Astros 0                                                                                                                                             plays later, with 27 seconds left in                pletions in 40 attempts • for 207
  Gullickson , 15-11, struck out six and walked none                                                                                                Hurst allowed seven hits, including Cal Ripken                                 the quarter.                                        yards with two interceptions. Sipe
and gave up six hits before yielding to Bob James                               HOUSTON (AP) - Los Angeles pitcher Alejan-                        Jr. 's 24th homer , in seven innings before Stanley                                 Matt Bahr's 19-yard field goal in                also was intercepted twice.
with the bases loaded in the eighth. James struck                             dro Pena scattered five hits and the Dodgers took                   finished up.

                                                                                       EARN $225.80 WEEKLY working                                                           IN THE WORDS of Jabba                THE PLEASURE PALACE would                  FAST, AFFORDABLE FILM de-              r
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 bedroom with balcony. Call 238-                                                       lege, Pa.,16805                      ices. Free housing, counseling,                  throw them out. Innovative cup       TIRED OF THE bar scene? Why                FROM NEW YORK: Changing                    Try "The Commons'
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                                                                                                                            state liscensed agency. Call col-                                                     with I.D. on Saturday night. Late
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                                             Papers are available for same day
                                                                                       appliction mail a self-addressed                                                      in night work. Contact Mr. BU of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  skates 10PM-1AM Sir Skate of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             KINKO'S COPIES... QUALITY                    Two blocks from
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             copies , typing and film devel-                  campus
rent free 237-8257                                                                                                          BALLOONS, BALLOONS, BAL-                         MURPHY-HAPPY BIRTHDAY                                                           oping. Reduction' enlarge-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Two condominiums
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED                       Waycholl.
to share 1/3 Beaver Hill apart-                                                        EVENING JOBS FOR Grad stu-           loon Baboon from Truly Yours.                    great friend! Love Kathy             at PSU Happy Birthday!! Love               from Penn Towers                            for sale by owner.
ment. Call Laura/Lisa 234-1885.                                                        dents, Seniors and Juniors. Sal-     250 East Beaver 238-4619.                                                             V°ur roomies L * L
                                             Pick-up locations: PSU Bookstore,                                                                                               NEEDED: TWO ticks for Iowa                                                      OPEN 8AM TO 9PM. Thesis and
FEMALE ROOMMATE                              Kern Desk, Redifer, Findlay, Pol-         ary $3.75-6/hr. with good raises
                                                                                       soon after starting. Must work
                                                                                                                            BIRTHDAYS ARE BETTER when                        game, Freshmen, Junior or Se-        USED BIKE BONANZA Septem-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             resume quality Xerox and offset              (814) 237-2424
WANTED. One bedroom apart-                   lock,Warnock.                             minimum of two evenings Sun-
                                                                                                                            you send a singing telegram.                     nior students. Ticks call Mark                                                  copies , binding, lamenatlng.
ment $165 month, excellent lo-                                                                                              Call the Lamore Family Singers                   234-3459.                            lection. Strada Bike Shop, 217             Wide range of paper
                                                                                       day through Thursday 6:15-
catlon. Call Vicki 237-9063. t                                           Fall &        9:45pm. Position involves call-
                                                                                                                            234-3030                                         NEED 5-6 DOUBLE motel rooms
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Soulh Burrowes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          CAR WASH. Two automatics
FREE! MALE RpOMMATE                                             Fall     Spring        ing PSU Alumni and discussing                                                         for homecoming weekend,Octo-         WANTED: GEISHA GIRLS                    open daily, 8-6. Do-it-yourself

wanted to share spacious three                   PRICES:        8.25      19.50        gifts to PSU. Applications avail-
                                                                                                                            BULLWINKLE'S: great tasting                      ber 21 and 22. Anyone having         needed to complete the Plea-            bays and vacumns,open 24 hrs.
bedroom University Terrace                                                                                                  WHOLE GRAIN breads, blueber-                     availability call: John Swayne,      sure Palace West. Reply Person-         Park Forest Car Wash North
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apartment. Furnished, air cond.,
                                                                                       EXPERT, FAST, Part-time tele-        kies. Available most area stores                 tween 8:00am -4:00pm (215)444-       cool buzz!
cable, HBO, bus pass included.                                                                                                                                                                                                                               PROFESSIONAL INDEXING
                                                                                       vision technician (regardless of     (Riverside, Weis , IGA, Houts,                   0888 .                                ~ ~ ~ I
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             AND editing. Professional book
                         -                                                             amount of time , available).         etc.)
free! 238-2625.                                                                                                                                                              OFF-Campus O.L.S!! You were                                                     editor/in-dexer seeks books to
                                             Street               .               L.   ACORN Television Service, 238-       CALL H.O.P.S. GAYLINE, 863-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       PREGNANT?                                                                        gifttoday, j
HOUSEMATE WANTED: OWN                                                                                             '                                                          great. Thanks for all the help.                                                 index, books or articles to edit.
                                             Cily            Slate/Zip                 6021                                 0588, 7-9 pm daily for raps, re-                 Elaine, Stephanie, Louise and                                                   Experienced, accurate , prompt ,
room in three bedroom house.
Woodstove . washer .dryer. Very                                                         LOCAL CIVIC GROUP needs 30          sources , information on homo-                   Joe.                                      State Licensed                        reasonable. Work Incomplete?
nice. $140'mo. Call 466-7721
|WOULD LIKE my own room in
                                                        Mail order to:
                                                Box 1307,State College,PA 16801
                                                                                        people for fund raising project ,
                                                                                        good pay, no experience nec-
                                                                                        essary. Apply 1040 North Ather-
                                                                                                                            sexuality and gay lifestyles.
                                                                                                                            CEREBRAL VAGRANT needs
                                                                                                                            home; prefer warm intelligent
                                                                                                                                                                             PARADISE HOUSE-We^ are psy-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                     has loving couples eager to
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Save this ad. Laura Gottlieb 238-
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                                                                                        ton suite -f 12 (Halls Motel) mon   gal with long legs and sense of                  house.                                  replies held In strictest               complete needlework supplies                  Red Cross.            f
6961                                                                                    to fri. No phone calls please.      humor                                                                                    confidence. Free housing and                                                          TheCood               '
MALE ROOMMATE wanted to                                                                                                                                                      PHI WHO: We're psyched to               Free counseling available.              and kits,gourmet kitchen tools,
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                                                                                       ON DRUGS INC. seeks volun-           CONGRATULATIONS CEDAR                            Breakaway!! Are you? Love, Al-                                                  baskets , folk art. Country home
share 1/2 large one bedroom                                                            teers for Hot Line Counselor         House I.M. football team. We                                                              CALL (215) 668-2136                    accesories, 101 W. Main Street ,
furnished apartment.- Call John                                                                                                                                              pha Phi
                                                                                       positions. Requires 1 year com-      knew you could do it! Love your                                                            Recipient ol United Way               Boalsburg, 466-7402
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                                                                                                                            West Hall wenches.                                                                                                            T.V., STEREO BROKEN down?
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED:                                                                  ployment. Applications                                                                Learn Scottish country dance.
                                                                                                                            CONTINUOUS ENTERTAIN-                                                                                                         Our service is exceptional! T&R
Own room in a two bedroom                  DORM CONTRACT desperately                   available at 236 A S. Allen St.
                                                                                                                            MENT ALL day 'til 2:00am at the
                                                                                                                                                                             Mondays, starting Sept. 19 7:30-        GOLDEN CRADLE                        Electronics, 225 S. Allen St. 238-
apartment. RenHncludes every-              needed. Please call 237-6038                Application, deadline is 9/19/83.                                                     10p.m.. Info, call Amy 863-0168,
                                           immediately! Call after 3:00                                                     Brick House Tavern. Open daily                   234-3522, 234-3522.                                                          3800
thing plus bus pass! Pay 1/2                                                           No phone calls please. EOE AA
                                           Thank you                                                                        at noon
September rent. Furnished. Bill                                                        employer                                                                             SEN IOR FOOTBA LL ticket be s t

863-0789. After 6--234-1164                ROOM IN THREE story Briar-                                                       DEAR FREDERIC, I had a dream                    offer. Call John 234-0216                  l
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                                           wood townhouse includes heat,
                                                                                       PART-TIME HELP: Earn $80-
                                                                                                                            about you last might. You were                                                                   f f -f^BH
NEED FEMALE roommate" to                                                               $100 per month as a Sera Tec                                                         SENIOR FOOTBALL SEASON                  wn H n
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help look for two bedroom apt.,            air, water bed (if desired), and                                                 given the choice between an ice
                                                                                       plasma donor 237-5761                                                                ticket for sale. Best offer , Rich    ATTENTION FRATERNITIES
                                           cool roomies at no extra charge!                                                 cream cookie sandwich from
21 years or older, no pets, call                                                       QUARTERBACK NEEDED for                                                               234-8949                              have mice or pest problems?
                                           Rent only $118.00 per month                                                      Good Buy Mr. Chips! (behind the
Gloria 865-1115,237-5505
                                           (Sept. free). Call 234-8876 now!            major college football team. No
                                                                                       experience necessary call 020-
                                                                                                                            Train Station beside Domino's)
                                                                                                                            or a week-end in Niagra with me.
                                                                                                                                                                            SIGMA NU dance party Saturday
                                                                                                                                                                            10 pm " Two Down From Rec
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Call Chris of C&C Exterminat-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                  answer call 237-2592. Student                       TheColleaia
smoker. One block from cam-                                                            THE GRADUATE^tudent Asso-            were anyone/anything else I'd                   guests welcome
pus. Includes everything. 238-
4508 (3-5pm).                              * Hoagie Sale only •                        ciation has an approved college
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                                                                                                                            Fred, the feeling's mutual. Marie
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only to share two bedroom                               $1.75                          student for up to 20 hours per       GREG,THE HUG in the elevator                    For information 234-2194              _^_________ >«>
apartment ,one block from cam-
pus. Call 237-9412                         *
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                                                                                                                            night was terrific. I'm ready for
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                   FREE                    urday late nights. Apply in per-                                                                          KAPLAN Suite 320                                                classified — 1 p.m. one business day before publication
                                                                                       Weddings , reunions 234-0691.                                                444 E. College Ave.                              cancellation — 1 p.m. one business day before publication
        PREGNANCY TESTS                    son, daytime only. Pedro's 131
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                                                                                       MR. ABC EASY as 123 call me to                                        •       °

              CONFIDENTIAL                 S. Garner                                   see 234-0691
               COUNSELING                  COMPUTER OPERATIONS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Classified Mail Order Form
                                           MANAGER. Computer opera-                    MR. B IS FUN,dance music ,and
     n               Women s               tions and Fortran maintenance               entertainment. Mr. B the DJ for
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       S^S                                 programming. Supervise part-                all occasions; popular dance
                                                                                       music by request 237-7547
     ¦™              Services .            time programmer-operators. Pre-                                                                                                                                           Address
                                           fer DEC experience. Salary com-             TC SOUNDS PROFESSIONAL
           107 Sixth Stieol                petitive. Send resume to Accu-              disc jockey service 1000 watts ,                                                                                              (phone number published only if included below)
  Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (412) 562-1900      weather, 619 College Ave., State            light show and more ! Now book-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Please print your ad one word per box
                                           College. PA 16801                           ing 234-2614                                                                                         Ml»
                                                                                                                                                           P.O. Box 780
                                                                                                                                                       Lemont, Pa., 16851-0780
     ARE'PUBLISHED                                                                                                                This is not a computer operation - your
FOR THREE DAYS AT                     NO                                                                                         Horoscope is carefully and lovingly done
                                                                                                                                           by a human Astrologer
perscription glasses , inside L.                                                                                               Natal Chart-no interpretation             $ 5.00                                                          ALL ADS MUST BE PREPAID AND MUST FOLLOW COLLEGIAN POLICY
Smith 436 Engineering Support.                                                                                                 Natal Chart - with interpretation         $15.00                                      Date ad begins
Claim 106 Sparks                                                                                                               Comparison Charts                         $20.00                                                                                                                  Make checks payable to:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Total days in paper                                                              Collegian Inc.
white cat with reflective flea
                                                                                                                                       Private consultations on request.                                             Amount paid                                                                  126 Carnegie Building
collar. Call 234-2906                                                                                                           Send check or money order and the following:                                         Classification                                                              University Park, PA 16802
OHIO DRIVER'S License found.
Pick up at Room 126 Carnegie                                                                                                   Full name at birth                                                                                                               NUMBER OF DAYS
Building                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      EACH ADDITIONAL
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                                                                                                                               Birthdate                                                                           »OF WORDS        DAY 1            DAY 2          DAY 3         DAY 4          DAY 5        CONSECUTIVE DAY
                                                                                                                                                 month                            day                     year        M5            2.20          4.0C              5.40           6.45          7.50               1.05
         BIRTHRIGHT                                                                                                                                                                                                 16-20           2.80          4.90              6.60           7.95          9.30               1.35
    EMEBG ENCV PREGNANCY COUNSELING                                                                                            Place o birth (town)
   ARE YOU PREGNANT                                                                                                                                                                                                 21-25           3.40          5.80              7.80           9.45      11.10                  1.65
                                                                                                                               Time o birth
                                                                                                                                     f                                                             A.M. /P.M.      26.-30           4.00          6.70              9.00          10.95      12.90                  1.95
    AND DISTRESSED?                                                                                                                            (most important to include)
     WE CAN HELP YOU                                                                                                                                                                                                31-35           4.60           7.60            10.20          12.45      14.70                  2.25
     CALL BIRTHRIGHT                                                                                                                             To: Celestoscope
                                                                                                                                                  P. O. Box 780
           237-3163                                                                                                                         Lemont, Pa., 16851-0780
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    found (fre e)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    help wanted
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    audio                              houses                            sublet
     A NON-SECTARIAN,                                                                                                           All requests for information will be answered - a                                                   automotive                          lost                             typing
       CONFIDENTIAL,                                                                                                                           SASE is appreciated.                                                                 for rent                          parties                           wanted
       FREE SERVICE                                                                                                                                                                                                                 for sale                        rides/riders                  wanted to rent
18—The Daily Collegian Friday, Sept in.                 !
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                                                                                                                                                    9 and 11 tonight and tomorrow;         whole new twist to life. He             (Matthew Broderick) and his
                                                                                                                                                    7 and 9 p.m. Sunday, 112               takes on the responsibilities of        spunky girl friend (Ally Sheedy)
                                                                                                                                                    Chambers.                              the home as well as the                 accidentally tap into a military
                                                                                                                                                                                           Porsche, which turns out to be          computer system while trying ,
                                                                                                                                                       "Frances" Jessica Lange
                                                                                                                                                                                           anything but mild. He even              to play a game. The problem is
                                                                                                                                                    deservedly won an Oscar
                                                                                                                                                                                           finds enough time for a call-girl,      the U. S. Government doesn't
                                                                                                                                                    nomination for her chilling
                                                                                                                                                                                           played by Rebecca de Mornay.          , believe them. Such is the stuff
                                                                                                                                                    portrayal of actress Frances
                                                                                                                                                                                           Although the plot tends to drag         of this tricky but not convincing
                                                                                                                                                    Farmer in Graheme Clifford's
                                                                                                                                                                                           a little in parts, it is very           thriller that will at least provide
                                                                                                                                                    tragic , often scary film about
                                                                                                                                                                                           tastefully and maturely done,           a few laughs and jolts. Dabney
                                                                                                                                                    the dark side of the "studio
                                                                                                                                                                                           and is a relief from those              Coleman, John Wood. 7:30 and
                                                                                                                                                    system." Kim Stanley, Sam
                                                                                                                                                                                           promiscuous flicks of days              9:30 nightly, Arena.
                                                                                                                                                    Shepard. 7:30 and 10 tonight ,
                                                                                                                                                                                           gone by. 8 and 10 nightly; 2, 4,
                                                                                                                                                    tomorrow and Sunday, 108
                                                                                                                                                                          '                6, 8 and 10 p.m. tomorrow and             "1001 Exotic Nights" Har de
                                                                                                                                                    Forum.                    ,
                                                                                                                                                                                           Sunday, Cinemas I and I .     I        har haj.getthe pun? It's porn. 7,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  8:30 and 10 nightly, Arena.
                                                                                                                                                      "Doctor Detroit" Dan
                                                                                                                                                                                              "Nightmares" Here's the one
                                                                                                                                                    Ackroyd draws from the Jerry
                                                                                                                                                                                           to see if you're into horror.
                                                                                                                                                    Lewis school of movie
                                                                                                                                                    entertainment for this farce
                                                                                                                                                                                           Joseph Sargent directed this
                                                                                                                                                                                            new episodic scare show , done
                                                                                                                                                    about a meek Motor City
                                                                                                                                                                                            in the style of "The Twilight         The Bars
                                                                                                                                                    schoolteacher who opens his
                                                                                                                                                                                           Zone" and "Creepshow ." 8 and
                                                                                                                                                    heart to some ladies of the
                                                                                                                                                                                           10 nightly; 2, 4,6,8 and 10 p.m.         Allen Room Enjoy the
                                                                                                                                                    evening. Yup! 7, 9 and 11
                                                                                                                                                                                           tomofrow .  and Sunday, Flick.         sounds of guitarist Richard
                                                                                                                                                    tonight and tomorrow; 7 and 9
                                                                                                                                                    p.m. Sunday, 105 Forum.                                                       Sleigh tonight and Saturday.
                                                                                                                                                                                             "Street Gang" Is 'dis a tough-       Tom Huckabee strums Sunday.
                                                                                                                                                       "The Pink Panther" See! The         guy macho-sounding flick or
                                                                                                                                                                                           what? 8 and 10 nightly; 2,4,6,8          Arthur's W. C. Billhick rocks
                                                                                                                                                    original Inspector Clouseau
                                                                                                                                                                                           and 10 p.m. tomorrow and               the joint tonight. P.J. and the
                                                                                                                                                    adventure.Here the bumbling
                                                                                                                                                                                           Sunday, Garden.                        Hurricanes entertain Saturday.
                                                                                                                                                    sleuth must extricate the
                                                                                                                                                    famed jewel from master thief
                                                                                                                                                    Sir Charles Litton. Jeepers!                                                    Autoport Jim Langton hits
                                                                                                                                                                                              "Eating Raoul" One of the
                                                                                                                                                    Peter Sellers, David Niven. 7,                                                the stage tonight and Saturday.
                                                                                                                                                                                           wierdest films of 1982 (with an
                                                                                                                                                    9:15 and 11:30 tonight and             appropriately wierd title) finally
                                                                                                                                                    tomorrow; 7 and 9:15 p.m.                                                       Brewery Jumpstart hops to it
                                                                                                                                                                                           makes it to State College after
                                                                                                                                                    Sunday, Findlay Rec Room.                                                     tonight. Rip Chord wails
                                                                                                                                                                                           only a YEAR in release. (Ugh!) It
                                                                                                                                                                                           essentially Involves a kinky
                                                                                                    Photo courtesy University Museum ol Art            "Camelot" Whereas Monty             California couple (Paul Bartel
                                                                                                                                                    Python treats the Arthurian                                                     Hippo Room (Deli) Chris
American painter and sculptor Henry Varnum Poor 's oil painting "Paris Self-Portrait" (above) is one of over 150 of the late                                                               and Mary Warnov) who resort to         Barrett and Jeff Bennett have
artist's works now on display in an exhibition at the University Museum of Art. The retrospect,covering most stages of                              legend maniacally, this film           just about everything for kicks        the mike tonight and Saturday.
Poor's career,will continue until November 20.                                                   '                                                  takes it musically. It features        and fast cash. Not for all tastes,
                                                                                                                                                    Richard Harris as the brooding         but it got some ecstatic
                                                                                                                                                    King Arthur,Franco Nero as the                                                  Le Papillon Enjoy the Jom
films                                      the Covenant. Under Steven
                                           Spielberg's capable direction,
                                                                                       Woody Allen drags Dr. Reuben,
                                                                                       over the coals in this uneven
                                                                                                                                                    dashing Sir Launcelot and
                                                                                                                                                                                           reviews. Buck Henry. 7:45 and
                                                                                                                                                                                           9:45 nightly; 1:45,3:45,5:45,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Wareham Trio tonight and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Saturday. Listen to the.sounds
                                                                                                                                                    Vanessa Redgrave as Arthur's           7:45 and 9:45 p.m. tomorrow
                                           the film is fun, fast and                   but generally amusing, rudely                                etherial lady. Good score,                                                    of Bill Filer Sunday.
                                           flawless. Harrison Ford , Paul              funny spoof of sex manuals.                                                                         and Sunday, State.
On Campus                                                                                                                                           production values. 7 and 10
                                           Freeman, Karen Allen. 7 and 9               Supporting cast includes Lynn                                                                                                                 Phyrst Enjoy P. J. and the
                                                                                                                                                    tonight, tomorrow and Sunday,
   "Chan is Missing "'Two                  tonight and Sunday, 112 Kern.               Redgrave, Burt Reynolds,                                     Pollock Rec Room.                         "Easy Money" Rodney                 Hurricanes tonight and then
amiable Chinese-American cab               11 tonight and 7, 9 and 11 p.m.             Louise Lasser and Tony                                                                              Dangerfield stars as a man             sing along Saturday night with
                                           tomorrow , 101 Chambers. 11                 Randall. 7 and 9 tonight, HUB                                                                       offered a $10 million                  Ernie and the Phyrst Phamily.
drivers search for their missing
                                           p.m. Sunday, 112 Chambers.                  Assembly Room.                                               Downtown                               inheritance with only one
business partner who has run
off with $2,000 of their money                                                                                                                                                             stipulation: he must give up all         Pub (Holiday Inn) Rick Jones
in writer-producer-director                  "Lolita" James Mason ("The                   "Sleeper" Probably the best                                  "National Lampoon's                 his bad habits (and he has quite       entertains tonight and
                                           Verdict") is that nasty man^/vith           pre-"Annie Hall" film from                                   Vacation" Chevy Chase stars in         a few). Will he be able to give up     Saturday.
Wayne Wang 's acclaimed low-
budget comedy-thriller set in              the unmentionable fixation in               Woody Allen, a sharp, inventive                              probably his funniest role to          booze, cards and women and
San Francisco's bustling areas             Stanley Kubrick's film                      satire about a health food                                   date. He plays a typical hard-         live wealthily ever after? More         Rathskellar By gum,it's Terry
Chinatown and Manilatown.                  adaptation of Vladimir                      grocer (Allen, of course) who                                working father who decides to          importantly, will Rodney ever          Whitlock tonight and Saturday.
Vincent Canby of the New York              Nabokov's controversial novel.              dies and is brought back to life                             take his family on a fun-filled        get any respect at all after this
Times called it, "   ...
                      a                    A swell supporting cast
                                           includes Peter Sellers, Sue
                                                                                       200 years later. Diane Keaton is
                                                                                       delightful as a ditzy poet.
                                                                                                                                                    vacation to Wally World , an
                                                                                                                                                    amusement park in California.
                                                                                                                                                                                           movie? 8 and 10 nightly; 2,4, 6,
                                                                                                                                                                                           8 and 10 p.m. tomorrow and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Scorpion Rock to the Clarion
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  group Joker tonight and
revelation of a marvelous,
completely secure new talent."             Lyon and Shelley Winters. 7                 Allen's slapstick scenes are                                 Along the way, Chevy treats his        Sunday, State.       \                 Saturday.                '
7 and 9 p.m. tomorrow and                  and 9:45 p.m. tomorrow , 8 p.m.             classics. 7 and 9 p.m. Thursday,                             wife and two kids to such
                                           Sunday, HUB Assembly Room.                  HUB Assembly Room.                                           "overwhelming" sights as the               "Flashdance" If you want to          Shandygaff Oldies and more
Monday, 112 Kern.
                                                                                                                                                    largest ball of thread in the          see a lot of great dancing, this       with Gran Stan at the 'gaff ,
  "The Passenger" Director                                                                "Rocky" Hey yo! It's Sly -                                world and a great mud-packed           is the movie. It's filled with         tonight and Saturday.
                                               "Death Race 2000" Cult film
Michalangelo Antonioni ("Blow                         '                                Stallone as "the rock ," ably                                house. Some exciting things do         some of the wildest moves ever
                                           fanatics , drive-in movie
                                                                                       supported by Talia Shire,                                    happen, though, including              seen on the screen. If you're            Sly Fox (Sheraton Penn .
Up") won some of the strongest             regulars and cable TV
                                                                                       Burgess Meredith, Burt Young                                 Chevy's exciting encounter             into dance music , there are           State) Shake it out with Johnny
praises of his career for this,            subscribers are all familiar with
                                                                                       and Carl Weathers in the                                     with vivacious Christy Brinkley.       some knockout tunes by                 L and Sax Appeal tonight and
his 1975 thriller about                    this one,a futuristic farce from
                                                                                       soulful Cinderella story about a                             Okay, the whole thing is a bit         people like Irene Cara, Donna          Saturday. Relax and enjoy
deception and alienation, in                1975 in which killing people has
which a bored reporter (Jack                become an international sport.             dumb-luck boxer who gets it all.                             silly, but it's also hilarious and     Summer and Kim Games. But if .         Cartoon Sunday.
Nicholson) decides to assume                It's a kind of "Rollerball" for the        The film won three Oscars ,                                  a good way to spend a couple           you want to know how an 18-
a dead man's identity. Romy                 car culture. David Carradine's             spawned two sequels and                                      of hours. 8 and 10 nightly; 2, 4,      year old girl living in a                Brickhouse Tavern Guitarists
Schneider. 7 and 9 p.m.                     "minimalist" portrayal of the              made Stallone a star. Not bad                                6, 8 and 10 p.m. tomorrow and          dilapidated garage with herself >      John Cunningham and Pat
Thursday, 112 Kern.                         leather-clad hero plays nicely             for one flick. 7, 9:15 and 11:30                             Sunday, Movies.                        and the ugliest dog you've ever        Godwin entertain tonight.
                                                                                       tonight and tomorrow; 7 and                                                                         seen becomes a welder by day           Enjoy Pat Godwin Saturday.
                                           against Sylvester Stallone's
                                                                                       9:15 p.m. Sunday, 111 Forum.                                    "Mr. Mom" John Hughes               and a dancer by night ,forget it.
  "Raiders of the Lost Ark"                hammed-up bad guy. When all
Zounds! A jolly good homage                 is said and done, it's one of                                                                           directs this cutesy film about a       This movie lacks any kind of             Coffee Grinder Take in Tom
to the daffy Saturday-matinee               producer Roger Gorman 's                     "The Good, the Bad and the                                 husband-turned',   woman-of-the-       logical plot , but the exciting        Huckabee tonight. Relax to the
serials of old, in which daring                                                        Ugly" One of Clint Eastwood's                                house. While Michael Keaton is         music and dance makes up for           mellow sounds of Mike and
                                            better efforts. 7 and 9 tonight
archaeologist Indiana Jones                                                            most successful spaghetti                                    busy being diaperer, cook and          it. S and 10 nightly; 2,.4,6,8 and     Marggie Saturday.
                                           and tomorrow , 121 Sparks.
                                                                                       shoot-'em-ups, the big one                                   maid, wife Terri Garr is .off          10 p.m. tomorrow and Sunday,
races against time, Nazis and
mass-quantities of special                  "Everything You Always                     teams up with Eli Wallach and                                making a new career for herself        Screening Room.                           Wine Cellar Doug Belknap
effects to locate the Lost Ark of          Wanted to Know About Sex "                  other various and sundry                                     in the advertising world. It does                                             takes the stage tonight. It's J.
                                                                                       rogues — eh,.gringo? 8 tonight                               manage to provide a few                  "WarGames" Fresh from his             B. Saturday.
                                                                                       7 and 9 p.m. Sunday, 101                                     laughs. 7:45 and 9:45 nightly;         successful whirlybird opus
                                                                                       Chambers.                                                    1:45, 3:45, 5:45, 7:45 and 9:45        "Blue Thunder," director John          Concerts and Coffeehouses
                                                                                                                                                    p.m. tomorrow and Sunday,              Badham gives us a slick
                                                                                         "Monty Python and the Holy                                 Cinemas I and II.                      parable about the excesses of            Jawbone Gnaw a Jawburger
                                                                                       Grail" That old standby is back!                                                                    technology as an,amiable               to the sounds of Rick Plut
                                                                                       Complete with holy hand                                        "Risky Business" Tom                 computer whiz in Seattle               tonight.
                                                                                       grenades, killer rodents and                                 Cruise plays Joel, a mild-
                                                                                       rude, catapaulted rabbits, it's                              mannered high school senior
                                                                                       the Pythons' cheerfully                                      hoping to be accepted to
                                                                                       mangled version of the                                       Princeton. But when Mom and
                                                                                       Arthurian legend. Nil Ni! Ni! 7,                             Dad go on vacation,Joel finds a

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 Great performers will light up the stage and screen on campus this weekend,among them Jessica Lange (left) in her                                 the Artists Series production of "Amadeus " and James Mason (right) as the despicable Humbert Humbert in Stanley
 Oscar-nominated portrayalof actress Frances Farmer in "Frances," Philip Pleasants (middle) as Mozart's tortured rival in                          Kubrick's film version of "Lolita."
                                                                                                                                                                 The Daily Collegian Friday, Sept. 16, 1983—21

galleries                            Downtown                                   Invitational today through
                                                                                Sunday at Yale University.
                                       The Douglas Albert Gallery
On Campus
                                     An exhibit of Susan E.
                                     Underwood's latest watercolor               Volleyball The women 's
   Museum of Art This is the         paintings begins tonight at 7:30          volleyball team, winner of the
final weekend for Dianne
                                     and will be featured at the               Penn State Invitational last
Burko 's print and drawing
                                     gallery through October 22.               weekend , will travel to
exhibit "Waterways of Central

                                                                               Pittsburgh for the Pitt Classic
Pennsylvania, on display on
                "                                                              today and tomorrow.
the first floor. On the second
and third floors, "Henry
Varnum Poor (1887-1970): A           sports                                      Field Hockey The field
Retrospective Exhibition "                                                     hockey team will fly south for
feat ures paintings,ceramics                                                   the weekend when it visits
and drawings by the artist who       Home                                      Duke University at 1:00 p.m.
created the Land Grant Frescos                                                 Saturday and the University of
in Old Main. The exhibit runs           Football The Nittany Lions             North Carolina at 1 p.m.
through November 20. Guided          have dropped out of the Top               Sunday.
tours through the museum are         Twenty for the first time in
available at 1:30 p.m. Sundays.      several years and will be
                                     looking for their first win of the
  Zoller The School of Visual
Arts ' Annual Exhibition opens
                                     season Saturday when they
                                     take on the 13th-ranked Iowa
today with a reception from 5 to     Hawkeyes at 1:30 in Beaver
7 p.m. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. -    Stadium.                                     Artists Series This popular
5 p.m. weekdays.                                                               series will open the fall season
                                     Away                                      with Anthony Schaffer 's Tony
   Pattee An exhibit of Michael                                                award-winning "Amadeus."
Jubb's photography is on              Golf The men's golf team will            The drama happens Sunday at
exhibit in the East Wing Gallery    open its regular season this               2:30 and 8 p.m. in Eisenhower
through this weekend. Also          weekend with the Yale                      Auditorium.
ending this weekend is the
display of Robert Savage 's
drawings in the lending
services area.

  Kern In the display cases,
"Stained Glass " by Louise
Blakey and "Pressed Flowers"
by Bridget O'Leary are showing
through September 30.

  HUB A print exhibit by
Warsaw artist Jerzy
Budzisiewski is on display in
the Gallery.

  Earth and Mineral Science
Museum Features a gallery                                                                         Photo by Paul Chflland
with flourescent minerals,          Larry Miller,#11,scores the only goal in regular play in the Lions' 2-1 overtime
crystals and push-button            win over defending national champion Indiana. The sixth-ranked Nittany Lions           F               112K   11        101 Ch     b
displays.                           take'on West Virginia Wesleyan tonight at Jeffrey Field at 7:15.

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                ("Come Lord Jesus "}
Gallery features striking watercolors
By MIKE KINKOPF                                                             Ms. Underwood has been showing her works in
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Sunday curtain
                                                                                                                                                                                                     for 'Amadeus'
Collegian Staff Writer                                                   the State College area since 1967. Though she now
                                                                         lives in Boulder, Colorado, she still retains a
   The State College art scene suffered a temporary                      considerable local following. Many private cor-
lapse in creative output after the arts festival                         porations and institutions possess Underwood origi-
passed into memory. Now signs of strong, new
ideas are blossoming in the Douglas Albert Gal-
                                                                         nals as well , among them Amoco Minerals
                                                                         Corporation , the Museum of Science and Industry                                               A             5
                                                                                                                                                                                                     By DEBBIE KRIVOY
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Collegian Staff Writer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   "I have very strong musical
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                instincts," Pleasants said at a
lery, 107 McAllister Alley, which features the newly                     of Oregon and State of the Arts here in State
commissioned watercolor paintings of Susan E.                            College. She has won several first place awards in                                                                                                                     press conference yesterday, "and
Underwood. The show opens this evening and will
continue through October 22nd.
                                                                         her media, and has provided the watercolor art-
                                                                         work for A Portrait of Colorado , published by Omsi
                                                                                                                                                                                 dMl^                  Actor Philip Pleasants believes
                                                                                                                                                                                                     he has a particular edge on the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                I like the insights I can make (into
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                the play). It's nice to be able to
   Ms. Underwood 's work explores fascinating pas-                       Press.                                                                                                                      pain his character , Antonio Salie-        take one's own experiences and

tora l landscapes and delicate still lifes, all under-                     The painstaking effort which went into these                                                              i               ri, feels in "Amadeus." Very shy           help shape the playwright's
scoring her intent of capturing and visualizing a                        paintings becomes even more admirable when one                                                                              as a youngster, Pleasants re-              wishes."
lifetime of experience in a brief , silent moment.                       realizes that all the work is new: this is no retro-                                                                        treated into music. Eventually, he            Without question , the play-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     turned to the theater , and subse-         wright's wishes have been granted

   Looking at Susan Underwood's art makes one                            spect, but a sampling of an artist at the peak of her
acutely aware of the intricacies and almost limit-                       creative ability . Disciplined in the media of pen and                                                                      quently harbored his strong feel-          since the play 's London opening in
                                                                         ink , watercolor, acrylic and weaving, Ms. Under-                                                                           ings toward music.                         1979. Not since his 1973 Broadway
less potential for art in all things. Underwood
paints an environment so precise as to render                            wood is nothing if not a true artisan.                                                                                                                                 triumph , "Equus," has Shaffer re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ceived such critical acclaim for

                                                                                                                                                        i ;
critical scrutiny almost beside the point: every-                          A somber quiet , distinctly separate from the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                his work. "Amadeus" has re-
thing that need be seen is here, nothing lacks, there
are no empty spaces save the endless sky — itself a
                                                                         nearby collegiate bustle, surrounds these works. It
                                                                         is as if a fragment of time, a delicate slice of life        mm                                                                          theater                       ceived five Tony Awards (includ-
profound comment in contrast.                                            has settled gently between the Gallery walls.                      *>
                                                                                                                                                        'm*4>' k
                                                                                                                                                             W              ft                                    preview                       ing Best Play) , three Drama Desk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Awards and two Outer Critics Cir-
; Her eye is astonishingly precise; many of these                           Gallery browsers can see the exhibit Tuesdays
works would disturb the best photographer with                                                                                                                                                                                                  cle Awards .
their three-dimensional clarity and birds-eye per-
                                                                         and Wednesdays, from 11:30 to 6, and Thursdays,
                                                                         Fridays and Saturdays from 11:30 until 9.                    w

                                                                                                                                      m                                                                  The Virginia native will portray
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Pleasants, a member of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                play 's original Broadway compa-

spective. Underwood contends that the frantic pace
                                                                                                                                                                                                         the 18th-century Viennese chapel       ny, spoke of the script's constant
pf human existence can , for a short time, be slowed                     Susan E. Underwood's "Pemaquid" is now on dis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         master this weekend when the           evolution : "We've now got a show
through the artist's realistic interpretation of our                     play along with her most recent works at the Douglas
natural surroundings .                                                   Albert Gallery downtown.                                                2K<^        Photo courtesy Douglas Albert Gallery
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Artists ^Series presents the Tony
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Award-winning play at 2:30 and 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                that is in a shape altered from the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                original — because there's always
                                                                                                                                                                                                         p.m. Sunday in Eisenhower Audi-        something new to find. " And that ,

Architecture students and faculty
                                                                                                                                                                                                         torium.                                the actor said , is what makes the
                                                                                                                                                                                                           In "Amadeus," playwright Pet-        show so "tantalizing. "
                                                                                                                                                                                                         er Shaffer tackles the elements of        Tickets to the National Touring
                                                                                                                                                                                                         unruly genius and disciplined me-      Company production may be pur-

iwin awards in recent competitions
                                                                                                                                                                                                         diocrity . The story is based on the   chased today at the Eisenhower
                                                                                                                                                                                                         compelling legend that Wolfgang        Box Office between 9 a.m. and 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Amadeus Mozart may have been           p.m., or on the day of perfor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                         poisoned by his musical rival ,        mance. For more information ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Salieri.                               call 865-0255.
;By MIKE KINKOPF                                    tion and launch architectural ca                Gary Weaver/Steven Affeltranger                 in the national urban design competi-
 Collegian Staff Writer                             reers.                                          and Daniel McKelvey/Laurie Kmak                 tion "Evanston 2063". The project
i                                                      The University fa red exceptionally          were given special recognition and              outlined futuristic architecture with
', The Department of Arts and Ar-                   well this past year. In the annual              published.                                      Evanston, Illinois as a medium for
chitecture has recently received sev-
  eral prizes and honors in the field of
                                                    Stewardson Competition for young
                                                    Pennsylvania architects, all three
                                                                                                      Faculty accomplishments included
                                                                                                    Honorable mentions for Assistant
                                                                                                                                                    urban design proposals.
                                                                                                                                                       Other distinguished faculty include           Liz is back following illness
Design ; in fact, the efforts of this               awards went to Penn Staters : alumna            Professor Wesley Wei in three nation-           Doruk Pamir, whose work has won
'year 's faculty and several talented               Ellen Concannon (B. Arch.", '77) , Do-          al contests, including the William Le           acclaim in .Turkey and Bangladesh ,                    CHICAGO (AP) - The show               ternoon were scrubbed after the
'graduate students have earned na-                  rothy Kostka (graduate — Architec-              Baron Jenney Memorial Competition               and Raniero Corbelletti who is now                   finally went on as Elizabeth Tay-       star came down with a sore throat.
  tionwide praise and respect.                      ture) and Cindy Raubenstine                     and the Spectacle Island Recre-                 preparing a project.                                 lor, whose illness had forced the       Miss Taylor 's former husband ,
i In State and National design com-                 (graduate — Architecture). Student              ational Reclamation Project. The                   Selected student works will be ex-                cancellation of four performances       Richard Burton , co-stars in the
  petitions sponsored by industry, gov-             Richard Holben (graduate — Ar-                  Spectacle Island Project proposed a             hibited at Philadelphia 's AIA Gallery               of "Private Lives," opened the          play.
ernmen t and cultural institutions,                 chitecture) was awarded both first              design for a public crematorium;                until September 30. The show includ-                 Chicago run of the Noel Coward
                                 an                                                                                                                                                                      classic.                                  The actress cruised up to the
^aspiring architects are given       op-            prize in the National Ceramic Tile              Wei's idea was the only exhibited               es work at all studio levels from 1981                                                       Shubert Theater about 10 minutes
  portunity to share ideas and promote              Design Competition and Honorable                project to challenge a recreational             — 1983. Professor Corbelletti , who
¦'their own design philosophies. This               Mention in the American ' Institute of                                                                                                                 Saturday 's preview as well as        before the curtain Wednesday
                                                                                                    use for the island.                             attended the opening, said , "Several                performances scheduled for Sun-         night in the back of a limousine.
'type of architectural forum succeeds               Steel Construction Competition. Two                Instructor Linda O'Gwynn and                 hundred people attended the recep-
  in providing talented students the                graduate student entries for the 1982           fifth-year student Thomas Purdy col-                                                                 day, Tuesday and Wednesday af-          Faithful fans cheered .
                                                                                                                                                    tion. We plan to hold these exhibits
  means to gain widespread recogni-                 Design and Energy Competition by                laborated to win a first place award            every two or three years."

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    Chinese crusade against crime could bring                                                                                                                                                             Jordan reveals his
    as many as 5,000 executions by October                                                                                                                                                                plans for University
    By VICTORIA GRAHAM                                                             system, hospitals and schools have been used as             The police should take the initiative, "resolutely
    Associated Press Writer                                                        detention centers, according to unconfirmed re-          attack the enemy," impose harsher penalties than              Continued from Page 1                             most important thing we are going
                                                                                   ports.                                                   ever and strengthen the dictatorship of the proleta-             Another point of the principles to do."
      PEKING — In a couple of hours last month , 30                                  Even the repudiated language of "class strug-          riat , the newspaper said.                                    said that although the University        • $100,000 for social and cultu-
    criminals were killed at the Peking execution                                  gle," so popular during the Cultural Revolution,            Most current executions are preceded by brief              will continue to be diverse and ral progra m improvements, in-
    grounds near the Marco Polo Bridge. More than 30                               has been resurrected , so the battle against crime       trials, as required by law. Frequently there are              comprehensive, "the University eluding renovations to the
    died in Shanghai, 40 in Tianjin , 30 in Harbin , 40 in                         has become a political struggle.                         mass rallies to pronounce sentence, to jeer and               shall consider the possibility of University's Paul Robeson Cultu-
    Dalien, 43 in Xiam , 22 in Datong and 12 at beautiful                            This struggle, invoking images of past lawles-         condemn the convicts.                                         becoming more selective as to ral Center,
    Beidahe by the sea.                                                            sness, is now being used to give ideological justifi-       Many prisoners wear placards announcing their              programmatic emphasis."                  • $150,000 to $200,000 for im-
      The deaths were proclaimed with red check-                                   cation to a crackdown that otherwise could appear        wrongdoings. They often are loaded into open                    Priorities will be established provements in academic advising,
    marks on execution posters in major cities to show                             a brutal police exercise, foreign analysts say.          trucks and paraded through cities where the for-              which have the "greatest capacity which the University hopes will
    that "the people's enemies" had been liquidated.                                 The Peking Daily has called the crackdown "a           eign press is not present.                                    to advance the goals of the Univer- improve the University's ability to
      They are part of a new crackdown on crime in                                 struggle between ourselves and the enemy in the            These caravans, foreign observers say, are remi-            sity," it said.                       retain minority students.
    China where authorities no longer talk of reforming                            political field. We should all have an unwavering        niscent of the lawless days of the Cultural Revolu-             The board's Committee on Fi-          In response to some board mem-
    serious criminals and say they have been too                                   understanding of this idea and should be highly          tion when criminals — or only class enemies —                 nance is expected to approve to- bers questioning the University's
    lenient in the past.                                                           vigilant. "                                               were paraded through the streets without trial.              day the spending of $700,000 for goal of increasing black student
      Since August, hundreds and probably more than                                                                                                                                                       undertaking the commitments enrollment from 2.5 percent to 5
    1,000 people have died, according to foreign diplo-                                                                                                                                                   outlined in that University plan.     percent, Dickason told the trust-
    matic sources, travelers and an occasional local
                                                                                                                                                              3!t                                           Asbury, the former University _ees that meeting the University's
                                                                                                                                                                                                          affirmative action officer , said the goals could be difficult.

    radio broadcast.
      China has set a quota of 5,000,,executions by the                                                                                                                                                   $700,000 will be broken down into       "We have to be very diligent to,
    end of October to culminate the three-month cru-                                                                                                                                                      the following areas:                  increase our market share," he
    sade against crime, foreign diplomats say.                                            . X f •          I " ""'                                                                                           • $100,000 for black faculty and said. "We're going to have to work
      These reports could not be confirmed with                                                                                                                                                           administration recruitment.           very hard to reach that 5 percent
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    Chinese travelers report the death quota for the                                                                                       'WTT// **            ¦*• - • -*                                with groups who may be able to Jesse Arnelle and Cecile M.
    wide-open city of Canton is 500.                                                                                                                                                                      help the University identify blacks . Springer, both of whom are black,
      Police and courts have been given new powers                                                                                                                                                        for teaching or administrative va- said that while the. University's
    and are urged to "resolutely attack the enemy so as                                                                                                                                                   cancies that will be occurring affirmative action plan is just that
    to protect the people." The maximum penalties                                                                                                                                                         soon. --..                            — a "typical plan" — they sense
    specified by law already have been waived by the                                                             >3s «• !i
                                                                                                                                                                                                             "We'll certainly see that those the University is committed to
                                                                                                                                                                                                          candidates get before (selection) solving its minority problems,
    parliament for a vague array of "serious" offenses.                                                                                                                                                   committees and get very certain         "We have the leadership now in
      The official press is filled with reports of scat-                                                                                                                                                  consideration before those com- Dr. Jordan ," Arnelle said, "to
    tered executions for rape, robbery, embezzlement
    and theft of cultural relics. In the past those crimes
    often drew prison terms.
                                                                                   i                                                                                                                      mittees," he said.                    achieve within the five-year peri-
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Donald G. Dickason, University od . what was outlined in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                          dean of admissions, also stressed statewide plan."
      Criminals are banished to forced labor camps in                                                                                                                                                     the need to increase recruiting         Springer said she was encour-
    desolate Qinghai, famous for its salt mines. Less                                                                                                    • n Aj n Ji                                      efforts in Philadelphia and Pitts- aged by the appointment of a
    serious offenders are stripped of city residence and                                                                                                                                                  burgh.                                "high-level minority executive
    shipped off to the countryside.                                                                                                                                                                         "If we don't do well in Philadel- (Asbury) who now has the ability
      Citizens are urged to become vigilantes and                                                                                                                                                         phia and Pittsburgh, we won't do and the authority to make decisive
    neighbors are urged to watch each other.                                                                                                                                                              well," he said. "That's critical. "   moves."
      China still claims it has one of the world's lowest                                                                                                                                                    •' $200,000 for undergraduate - Asked if the board's affirmative
    crime rates — 7 to 9 incidents per 10,000. But China
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    never publishes crime statistics, and although
    opens trials are demanded by law, foreign journal-
                                                                                                       f' '              I       -                                                                        grading and improvement of the proposing a policy guideline
                                                                                                                                                                                                          University's community centers statement similar to the one rec-
    ists never have been permitted to attend any trials,                                               I
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    complete with confessions.                                                                                                                                                                            the revitalizing of those centers," there might be further consider-
      Makeshift detention centers have been set up                                      A Chinese citizen looks at the pictures of executed criminals posted outside the Peking Intermediate              Jordan said. "That's almost the ation of such a policy document.
    outside Peking. The city's extensive air raid shelter                               court Wednesday. Hundreds of executions have been reported in local posters.

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