Ford backs tax cut
WASHINGTON iUPI) — President
Ford asked Congress last night to extend
economic advance" which "is well under
way." He brushed aside the suggestion
tax cuts and spending limits together a
S ml :
and broaden this year's tax reductions to that the tax cuts were designed to "There is no way we can enact a tax
give the average middle-class American based on a spending ceiling," Ullman t
prevent economic fallbacks in a
family a further tax cut of over $200 next presidential election year. said. "He's offering something tha t fef
But the President insisted tha t sharp
In a radio and television address which
two of the three commercial television
really is a mirage, because he has not
proposed any specific cuts...There is no
way you can cut a budget by $28 billion
reductions in federal spending must ac- networks declined to carry live, Ford without severe dislocations in the
company a tax cut. If he gets the tax cut
without spending ceiling, Treasury
said he wanted not only to give
Americans more spendable income but
economy." t% ¦M-
Senate Republican leader Hugh Scott r
Secretary William E. Simon said , Ford to curtail the "alarming growth" in Pa., welcomed Ford's tax cut proposals E
will veto the tax reduction . government outlays, which he said would as "good news" but said Congress must
One of the changes Ford proposed drive the federal budget in the fiscal year exercise discipline for them to
would increase the personal exemption which starts Oct. 1, 1976 , to $420 billion. materialize.
to SI .000 for taxpayers and their depen- Ford said he would insist that Congress "We must recognize that cutting taxes
dents. The exemption now is $750 and had cut $28 billion from tha t total as his con- is only half the answer," Ford said. "If
been $650 until 1969. dition for accepting a tax cut. we cut only taxes, but do not cut the
Overall , Ford saicLthe tax cut he was But Congress may not give him such an growth of government spending, budget
proposing would rectuce taxes by $28 easy choice. It could pass the tax cut bill deficits will continue to climb, the
billion when compared to what was paid before taking up a spending ceiling, for- federal government will continue to
last year. Simon said the reduction would cing him to act on the tax cut without borrow too much money from the private
amount to $11 billion—$8 billion for in- knowing whether the spending cuts will sector, we will have more inflation , and
dividuals and $3 billion for business. follow . ultimately we will have more unem- ¦
Ford said his proposals would help Rep. A] Ullman , D-Ore., chairman of ployment. Substantial cuts in your taxes ViWM
stabilize the economy Simon said it
would "help sustain the current
the tax-writing House Ways and Means
Committee, called Ford's proposal to tie
must be tied to substantial cuts in the
growth of government spending. ''
But pair roommates, OTIS says <*-
Stratified lott ery favored WW "" **'
By MIKE SCHWARTZ of people in each category who enter con- student doesn 't get dormitory housing,
Collegian Staff Write r tracts will get dormitory housing. The he will have a better chance at a good
categories include Commonwealth Cam- apartment ," Spagnol said.
The Organization of Town In- pus transfer students, current dormitory A strongly worded statement will ac-
dependent Students voted last night to residents and students now living down company the OTIS lottery proposal , £itt*. ?:-<
recommend adoption of a stratified lot- town. Freshmen automatically are given Spagnol said. It will pertain to the AP wir v phofG
tery for dormitory housing as long as dormitory space in each proposal. responsibility for branch campus TAX CUTS alone cannot solve the nation 's economic woes , President Ford said
mutual-- roommate requests will be
The second proposal is a straight lot-
tery in which rooms are open to anyone
awareness on the housing situation which
lies with the University and with OTIS, 'Only half the answer ' last night. Speaking on national television from the Oval Office . Ford said the cuts
he favors , coupled with increased government spending, could delay recovery
If the stratified lottery could not honor whose name is drawn . OTIS Vice President Rick Glazier said. from the economic recession , which he said is "well under way . "
the mutual roommate request , OTIS The third proposal leaves room for In other business, Harold Goldberg
voted to recommend the straight lottery
Route R bus may return
freshmen and 1,300 openings for Com- reported progress in the Student Service
with mutual roommate request honored. monwealth Campus students, with the Directory. The directory would list
The deadline for student recom- rest of dormitory housing filled by a students who have talent in mechanical
mendations on the proposals is Oct. 15. straight lottery . or other fields and would help students in
"We talked of mutual roommate With the mutual roommate request, need.
requests in the committee meetings - Spagnol said , a student will have a room- One problem mentioned was the
because none of the proposals include mate either in the dormitory or in a possibility of OTIS being responsible for night's meeting of the USG Senate by
City-dwelling students will have their Student Services. The meeting marks the
it ." OTIS President Vicki Spagnol said. downtown apartment. "According to a faulty work. Goldberg said he talked to transportation problems solved if the USG President Joe Seuf er. beginning of a program designed by
"We recommend the stratified lottery source in Housing Services, 50 per cent of student legal advisor Yates Mast about Associated Student Activities Budget USG's request will be presented to the Seufer in which senators will have the
because we feel the town student , whom the people in residence halls request the problems. Mast said OTIS should Committee accepts the Undergraduate committee at 2:45 p.m. in 225 HUB. chance to meet regularly with various
OTIS represen ts, gets the fairest deal roommates," Spagnol said. publish a disclaimer denying respon- Student Government's request for money In other business, Seufer said a administrators on an unofficial basis.
there. " " OTIS also voted to recommend that the sibility for any work done. to re-instate the Route R bus. decision is due within 10 to 14 days from In other Senate action:
The University has proposed three lot- dates when students learn if they have Mast said students who work in fields the USG Executive Council as to whether —It was announced that the Govern-
tery systems. dormitory housing be moved back from in which licenses are required should The Route R bus runs during the
evenings free of charge for students the University Veteran's Organization ment Operations Committee will begin
The first is the stratified lottery set up Apri l 30 to March 15. "We are trying to have them or should not be listed, Gold- will be given representation on the interviewing Democratic candidates for
with students in categories. A percentage get these dates moved back because if a berg said. living off campus. The ' service was
discontinued last spring because USG board. Borough Council Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.
lacked funds. The board's decision will be sent to the in 225 HUB. The meetings are open to the
Patty told to coo perate in tests
Senate and Academic Assembly for final public.
USG treasurer Bruce Daggers submits confirmation. —Resignations were accepted from
proposal today for $10,001 in funds Members of the Senate will meet Joe Henry, Department of Com-
neededto continue the bus service. Thursday for an informal talk with Dan- munications chairman , and Paul Katz ,
The announcement was made at last iel Leasure, assistant vice president for town senator.
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI ) — Federal Judge Oliver J. Carter proceeding, except that such evidence might be used following
Panel discredits RFK plo t theory
yesterday ordered Patricia Hearst to cooperate with three a knowing and understanding waiver by the defendant of any
court-appointed psychiatrists. objection in her part to such use," Carter ordered.
The judge told the 21-year-old newspaper heiress "to The judge's immunity order came after The New York Post
cooperate as f u l y as she is n ow a ble" in the psychiatrists' reported Hearst had confessed to a number of crimes during
examination of her mental condition , which will determine her her talks with the psychiatrists. Her lawyers said "she has not
ability to stand trial on a federal bank rpbbery charge. confessed to anything." LOS ANGELES (UPI ) — The "second believe that anyone other than Sirhan argument as to one or two guns."
Hearst's lawyers told the court last week that she was not gun" theory in the Robert F. Kennedy was involved in the murder. Judge Wenke ripped open three sealed
fully cooperating with them and seemed On the edge of a ner- The newspaper also said she had agreed to turn state's assassination was knocked down yester- brown manila envelopes containing the
evidence against her former radical comrades in return for a day by a panel of seven independent ex- The experts attached to their reports
vous breakdown. lengthy worksheets detailing what tests findings andsaid , "Interesting."
They said her attitude toward her parents and attorneys light sentence of immunity from prosecution . Both perts, who reported unanimously that He was about to enjoin the session for
prosecution and defense lawyers denied any deal was being ballistics tevidence did not bear out such they had performed on the Sirhan gun the day, but then changed his mind and
vacillated and she seemed to have no idea of the gravity of her and the bullets and clothing Kennedy
situation , often sitting silent for several minutes while lawyers discussed a suspicion. began reading the final joint report.
The findings of the forensic wore that night, but the bottom line lay in
tried to question her. Carter also decreed that the psychiatric findings be filed un- their unanimous answer to the question "The examiners working in-
Carter issued the order after postponing indefinitely a der seal "and that no part of their contents be released to the criminalists, read in a packed county
courtroom , seemingly ended once and of whether someone other than Sirhan dependently arrived at the same con-
hearing on Hearst's mental state and eligibility for bail. He public until further order of this court." The only exception might have been firing a second gun. clusion as follows," he said.
said the session would be rescheduled when the psychiatrists will be release of copies to attorneys on both sides. for all the arguments that Sirhan B.
Sirhan did not act alone in the 1968 "There is no substantive or demon-
had completed their report and he had turned it over to Lawyer F. Lee Bailey took complete charge of Miss Hearst's The case was reopened by the "Los strative evidence to indicate that more
prosecution and defense attorneys. defense with the withdrawal from the case yesterday of San slaying of the senator. Angeles Superior Court on the basis of than one gun was used to fire any of the
The judge also ruled that Hearst's statements to the Francisco attorney Terence "Kayo" Hallinan . motions filed by CBS and by Paul bullets examined."
psychiatrists cannot be used against her in court and tha t the Hallinan , who has been associated with left-wing causes Sirhan's attorney said afterwards the Schrade, a former United Auto Workers
docto rs ' findings will be kept secret. since his student days, was chief spokesman for the defense finding was a "tremendous blow" to the Union executive who was standing beside The subsequent findings said ,
"Any statements or information given by the defendant in team until Bailey took over last week. Palestinian but a "tremendous triumph" Kennedy in the hotel pantry and was however, that it could not be concluded
the course of these examinations shall be forever and ab- He declined to discuss his reasons for dropping out, but said for justice. wounded. that three of the bullet exhibits were
solutely barred from admission in evidence against her in this in a federal court affidavit that he had only taken over the case fired from the Sirhan revolver because of
or any other court , state or federal, in any criminal "on an emergency basis " and was no longer needed. Superior Court Judge Robert A. Wenke The shooting was witnessed by a score "poor reducibility" of grooves left on test
read a "final joint return" of the experts of persons, and Sirhan was convicted of bullets.
who had refired the gun wrested from murder in 1969 and sentenced to death .
Sirhan after the shooting in the Am- His punishment was since reduced to life Schrade, however, said he was con-
bassador Hotel in June 1968. imprisonment. He is held in San Quentin cerned about the expert' s findings that
Prison. there was no way to tie in the bullets
They had examined the bullets taken examined to Sirhan 's gun because of
from Kennedy's body compared to Godfrey Issac, an attorney represent- damage and deterioration .
bullets removed from bystanders who ing Sirhan at the hearing, said after-
had been wounded in the volley of gun- ward : "I wasn't looking for any particular
fire. outcome. I said I would be greatly
"It was a tremendous blow to Sirhan , relieved if there was only one gun . We
As spectators waited breathlessly, but it was also a tremendous triumph on have made a contribution in any
Wenke dispelled the suspense by saying behalf of the courts. event—to get the experts together to
the experts' had found no reason to "It should effectively conclude any make a comprehensive report."
Armed with steak knives
Man arrested after Ford threat
NEWARK , N.J. (AP)— A man armed Manghisi said Speller was arrested in Speller he surrendered the knives, both
with two steak knives was arrested the hotel lobby at 10 p.m., about five six inches long, and offered no resis
Saturday night in the Hotel Robert Trea t minutes after the President took off from tance. He was led from the hotel in hand
after threatening to kill President Ford, Newark Airport in Air Force One. Ford cuffs and taken to the Secret Service of-
who had left the hotel a half-hour earlier, addressed a Republican fund-raising din- fice.
police said yesterday. ner in the hotel . A witness quoted Speller as saying at
James Speller, 33, of East Orange, was Paul Scanlon, special agent in charge the time of his arrest that he was "Jesus
charged yesterday by federal authorities of the Newark Secret Service office, said, Christ" and that Lynette "Squeaky"
with threatening to kill the President. He "By the time ofehis arrest, security had Fromme and Sara Jane Moore, both
will be arraigned before a U.S. been discontinued since the President arrested in California last month for at-
Magistrate here today. had already left." He said he doubted tempting to kill the President , were his
Speller , armed with a razor , Speller could have gotten near the hotel disciples.
threatened to jump off the south tower of while the President was in the building.
the World Trade Center, New York's Manghisi said Detective Charles Whit-
highest skyscraper , on Labor Day. He
was talked down by a rabbi.
ner approached Speller after hotel of-
ficials expressed alarm. Weather
Newark Deputy Police Chief Joseph The deputy chief quoted Speller as Another sunny day in State College with
Manghisi said Speller was being sought saying, "I'll use the knife, not the gun. slightly cooler temperatures. High 65.
Photo bv Barrv Wyshin t k! on an assault and battery warrant at the The beast must be killed. I' m Jesus." Clear and cool tonight under starlit
time of his arrest . He was charged by Manghisi quoted Speller as saying he skies. Low 44. Some morning sunshine
^l / h ni l &f oo SPECTATORS of Friday 's Homecoming parade , these three students found a con Newark police Saturday with possession came to the hotel "to kill the President." with increasing high cloudiness during
x J l i n O UOti l cS venient vantage point on the Wall along College Avenue. of dangerous weapons. He said that when Whitner approached the afternoon. High 66.
All of us have had "one of those
grades would still appear on the well: in a difficult course can just
terms." Maybe it was a firs t period students' transcripts, but would take' an easier one , get an A arid <fc
calculus class Winter Term. Or not be counted into the averages. boost their averages. And all this
else all those warm spring days Pass-fail is a bad enough easy does is lower the academic
were more inviting than class. But grades system. Students get into a prestige of the University.
at some time in our college course, f ind out it's difficult , then If drop period were extended ,
careers ,most of us will get a grade file for pass-fail and they're off the students who found a course or a
we 're not entirely happy with. hook. If pass-fail had to be com- professor too hard, could save
The University, trying to im- pleted at registration, students themselves a D or an F but at the
prove the pass—fail system, has who wanted to learn in a pressure- same time would not harm the
proposed a method of erasing a fre e environment could do so value of the cumulative average
maximum of 18 credits of un- Af t er all, that's what the stated system. For the entire system is V
satisfactory grades. pass-fail purpose is. It 's not sup- wo rthless under an academic
Called academic redemption , posed to be a way out. redem ption option. How im-
the proposal allows students , by Academic redemp tion does pressive is a 3.7 average if hidden
erasing low grades, to boost their
cumulative averages The low
nothing to cure the easy grades
syndrome. Students who don 't do
under the carpet there lie six D's or
F's? * D^BMMElAty WrTOMX 0D5TC05T3 «,„
1 ,,$&m W&riWB OFCOURSE
To beat th e Sys tem
By ED MONT1NI the best years of my life. His mistake maybe , but is the fault
8th-journalism No parents to keep tabs on me. No in the person or in the System?
"It occurs to me that I am binding job. No "real" responsibility. I Take a look around you. Now's the
America. couldn't figure it. time, while you can still see. Students
Iam talking to myself again." Then an acquaintance at a party have vision. We aren't blind—yet.
—Allen Ginsberg, "America " gave me the word. When we read t he paper,we can see
, I am a senior. I love to watch foot- "It' s t he Syst em ," he said, "This the print.
ball. Yet I didn't go to the place gives us a chance to check it Vietnam didn't fool us. Racism ,
homecoming game, and I probably out—from a distance." poverty and discrimination doesn't
won't go to the West Virginia game. From then on I began to look the fool us. Does advertising fool us' No.
System over closely. A lot of us did. Al aspirin are alike.
Well, at the end of my seventh There are some people (non-
And we can describe it to you. I
term I went to Shields Building to pick mean, Nixon, now there 's a product students) out there who can still see.
up an official transcript. I needed it for
of the System for you. And that new You'll be able to tell who they are.
a job application. Everyone else calls them blind or
dorm lottery, that's the System.
Student s are people, not a deck of crazy.
An hour after I had filled out the ap-
cards to be shuffled around every Look for these people. Some of
propriate form and paid the 75 cents,
year. them write books. Read them , while
a clerk returned to the window and
told me that as far as the computer But the System doesn't have eyes. you still can. It may save your vision.
That 's the key. The System is blind. I'm a senior , you know. I haven't
was concerned I had never entered
'SStMms * this university.
got much time , so I trying to take-in
/N FI A friend of mine recently fell prey everything that I can. I want to save
^, (mAS A CUCUMBER...SITTING 7t1£ TENSION LLEP OVAL OfRCE
"3 7;%I „,
0 "We have no record," she said,
"Are you sure you're a student?
to the System. His landlord said that my vision. I'm not going to the game
he damaged the mattresses in his this Saturday,just so I can stay home
HI RESCUE WT 5HIP L „M SHOULDI TURN MY B H a Z u ,
OUST It took a week , and miles of leg- apartment , and took $ 130 out of his and read.
work , before I finally resolved my security deposit. He didn 't do it. Anyway, I've got this senior-grad
identity crisis. Honest. ticket that I paid two bucks for. The
f This upset me. According to my Someone told him, "It's your fault way I figure it I could get five times
high school guidance counselor (and for not flipping the mattresses over to that off of someone in a bind My
probably yours too) these were to be check t hem ,when you moved in." phone numb
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Lord. The Mass is not a concert gathering for music people. Churchgoers are not an audience; rather , they $10 for these tickets . The Athletic Department left out a
R ep eal critics , it is a commemoration and celebration of love by
those who attempt to express themselves in the best
become real participants in the Eucharistic feast. Fur-
thermo re , Mass is not simply a ritual; it is a communal
most important clause though, that being the purpose of
these football tickets. The man at the door would accept
TO THE EDITOR: The University Park campus of the way they know and feel possible. I do not believe, as Mr. celebration of thanksgiving for the ultimate gift which your ticket , but the seating usher only knew that his sec-
Pennsylvania St^te University has a regulation which re- Cote seems to believe, that Catholics, or any wor- Jesus Christ gave us—His life. tion was closed and could not allow you to the next sec-
quires that all freshmen (barring special exceptions) must shippers need "gtend organ music and finely tuned, Today, it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain tion. You had to walk down the ramp and up the next
live in the residence halls whether they want to or not precise human voices singing Gregorian chant ," to ef- public interest when masses have no music or just organ ramp to hear similar news. After this chase , worse than
The Director of Residential Life Programs , Lee Upcraft. fectively speak to the Master. Music alone can not inspire accompaniment. Simply look at the attendance at Sunday the registration floor, I instantly left Beaver Stadium I
estimated that repeal of the above regulation would re- awe , reverence , piety or emotions as Kevin Cote tries to Mass at Penn State. The 11 a.m. folk mass has three would like to know why I was sold a ticket if I was going to
duce the present housing shortage by 600 rooms. Sam prove by mentioning that today's "peculiar variety of times the congregation than at any other Mass. And, I be denied a seat? I would like to know if these football
Malizia suggested that this rule should be lifted in order to ritual music " can not compare with Handel's or think it is not due to the fact that Mass is held later on games are for the students or for the collection of the
alleviate the housing shortage and others have supported Schubert 's traditional emotion summoners. Religion is a Sunday morning than the others. almighty dollar? I feel that the students were fully taken
his opinion personal experience, it is something one feels through Although members in the folk group are amateurs , this advantage of this weekend and that the Athletic Depart -
I would like to ask why the repeal of this regulation has the desire to be unified in communion with the Father. I fact is not a handicap. After all, the singer's -and guitar ment should openly apologize to the student body. After
not been considered, at least not publicly , by the Uni- feel that Mr. Cote is trying to project his personal feelings player's goal is to get the congregation involved; the suc- all, we are urged by t his de part ment t o back all Penn
versity administration' It appears that all this regulation
. a bit too far , whe n stat ing t hat t he Catholic church is only cess of the Mass is a communal effort. Perfection need State sporting events. -*' -
does is to make people unhappy, because it takes making cheap shots at attempting to involve the WHOLE not be of ultimate importance. "Failing balladeers" seems , Gary E. Risler
housing from those students who would like to be congregation in its Mass. Guitar music may prod Mr. Cote to be an inappropriate term to describe a group who in- 7th-division of undergraduate studies
housed on campus , and in my opinion, shoves this to leave his seat but it does not creat e the same desire in spires "fellowship and goodwill."
housing down the throats of freshmen who wish to live me I feel that I can hear beneath the surface soundings As far as the lack of "awe , reverence, mystery and
off campus. The lottery would make this rule worse by ef-
fectively stopping those upperclassmen who would like
of church music into the deeper underlying "tones"
which symbolize the truer type of communicating. As for
piety," is concerned, is it not possible to preserve these
attitudes at a folk mass? Can one not possess a feeling of
Slit voca l chords
to live on campus from doing so and giving the rooms Mr. Cote's view that music should be regarded as a piety or mystery at a guitar mass? Just because the TO THE EDITOR: "Whoever comes to the library to talk
thus taken from them to freshmen who don't want them. vehicle fo r spiritual inspiration , I can only remind him that congregation is smiling, singing at a quick tempo, or to f riends and disturb those who are trying to study,
To be fair , one must consider whether or not the one does not need a limousine to be transported from swaying with modern music does not necessarily mean should have their ass kicked in and their vocal chords slit
merits of this regulation outweigh its deficiencies before place to place A little love "Bug" will also serve the pur- that they have lost a sense of respect and veneration for with a sharp knife." — graffiti on a desk from third floor
one condemns it. But what are the merits of this rule9 pose the Eucharistic feast. The Catholic Church is emphasizing East Pattee dedicated to those nice folks Sunday night in
What good does it do9 I am certain that if there is a good Marian R. Payne spiritual as well as active self-involvement in Mass. The the third floor lobby who refused to be quiet when asked.
reason that the regulation should not be repealed, the 12th—social welfare Folk Mass is just one means to provide this. Pity they did not stay two minutes longer , the cam pus
University community would be genuinely interested ir Jan M. Carroll patrol was on its way up the elevator to pay them a visit.
hearing it 8th-microbiology Linda Dickason
Willia m H. Shalongo
Crucial role 7th-secondary education
TO THE EDITOR: This letter is in response to Kevin
Cote's column concerning the contemporary trends in
The alm ighty dollar 10th-recreation and parks
Celebration of love the Roman Catholic Mass. I believe the article is full of
TO THE EDITOR: I am writing this letter in reference to
the.accommodations made for students attending this
TO THE EDITOR: With reference to Kevin Cote's ar- In attempting to conj ure up visions of irrelevant weekend's football game. (Penn State vs. Kentucky). In
tic p "Mass. two-ring circus 9" I'd like to ask Mr Cote if behavior on behalf of singing folk groups, Mr. Cote early August of this year I received a letter from the
he has had his spiritual ears examined lately. Apparently seems to have missed the group's crucial role at Mass. Athletic Department to see if I was interested in pur-
he has not . since he seems to be missing the message Instead of inciting a "catatonic state," the folk group's chasing football tickets. Thinking it would be fun to view JERRY SCHWARTZ ROBERT A. MOFFETT
sen t by Catholics through their communications with the goal is to impart a sense of spiritual involvement to the the illustrious Penn State Nittany Lions I promptly sent by Editor Business Manager
Ways to fill requ iremen ts
By JOHN B. ROWLEY JR. Journalism 100: "How to watch simply were no typewriters. Also ex-
Collegian Columnist sion" — A non-journalis tic over-
t elevi plained is why the letters are' of
More and more students are view that gives great insight into your order.
corping to Penn State with the favorite television newscasters. Also English 144: "Webs terian
strange notion that they're going to explained is how to turn the set on, Thought" — A great deal of us quote
learn something. The university, in the mysterious "horizontal hold" but- Webster but few realize his overall
direct retaliation to this, has come up ton, and most importantly, how and work. Did you know that it was he
with some general courses, such as when to turn the set off. who said that an aardvark is a
Math 35, which are designed to fulfill Latin 90: "Impressive Latin "burrowing ant-eating African mam-
a requirement rather than to teach. Phrases" — Show that you know mal?"
In line with this attitude, here are more than a particular conversation Man-Enviornment Relations 20.
some other courses that could be ad- will permit by ending a sentence with "The History of Sleep" — As Albin
ded to next year's catalog: some Latin phrase, such as "tu es Sadar once said, "We all take sleep
Nuclear Engineering 1: "Nuclear canis." This course is open to a for granted but little is really known
engineering and You" — This non- limited number of student s so about it. Who was the first to test it
technical overview would permit the "Paulus est Puer." out? What risks were involved?" Also
student to walk around a nuclear Typing 35: "Typing through the who coined the phrase "cat nap" is
engineering laboratory. Later in the ages" — Believe it or not there was a discussed in an informal setting. Must
term students would build their own time when teachers accepted term bring your own alarm clocks and
carboard nuclear reactor. papers that were not typed. There pillows. Teddy bears are optional.
3 sex crimes reporte d wearing
glasses, jeans and a light blue
A third incident involved an Ex-congr ession al aide
indecent exposure near the
on camp us for weeken d
north: door of Sackett at 2:20
running for House seat
Harmon said the woman
Three sex-related crimes juries which required medical McElwain at 1:30 p.m. Sun- who reported the exposure
were reported on _ campus treatment, Harmon said. day. But Harmon said in- described the man involved as
during the weekend , ac- Harmon gave the following vestigation revealed that the white, male, five feet six inch-
cording to Thomas R. Har- description of the would-be incident involved harassment es tall, 160 lbs., medium
build] platinum blond hair, By LINDA MILLER
mon, supervisor in the Depart- rapist: white, male, college- rather than attemptedrape. Collegian Staff Writer
ment of University Safety . age, six feet tall, large build, Harmon said the attacker blue (eyes, fair complexion, Charles "Chip" Seeger of State College has announced his
A woman student reported ear-length dark hair, wearing grabbed the woman and made wearing a light-colored shirt
candidacy for the Republican nomination for the 23rd District
Saturday that a man at- jeans and a dark jacket. Har- an obscene propositionto her. and aj yellow windbreaker. seat in Congress .
tempted to rape her at 11:30 mon said the attacker also ap- She pushed the attacker away All Jhree crimes are still un- Seeger, 27, said his main objectives in running for Congress
p.m. Friday in the west side of peared to have been under the and ran . 4 der investigation. Harmon are "to put; an.end ^to- absurd federal spending, to build
Parking Lot 80. The woman influence of alcohol. Harmon (said the woman requested that anyone with in- economic growth in this district and to restore faith in our
screamed and her attacker Another woman student described the attacker as formation concerning these system by showing through a straightforward approach that a
fl ed the area , Harmon said. reported that a man at- white, male, five feet nine in- crimes contact the Depart- candidate can earn people's confidence and respect."
The woman suffered no in- tempted to rape her outside ches tall, 150 lbs., thin build, ment of Safety. He will challenge incumbent Albert W. Johnson, 69, for the
party nomination during the primary elections next spring.
Can't pay programs for elderly
Seeger, an honors graduate of Johns Hopkins University ,
worked for five years as a congressional assistant in the House
of Representatives. He was an assistant to Rep. Joe McDade,
R-Pennsylvania and worked for the House Appropriations
Lott ery goin g in th e red
Committee. He also has worked as a legislative assistant to the
ranking Republican on the House Agriculture Committee.
Seeger said his background in the House led him to conclude
that while there are about 40 or 50 exceptional congressmen ,
too many representatives are mediocre.
HARRISBURG <AP> — would prefer to see ordinary by borrowing $27 million from Mowod , the witnesses in- Seeger has had published articles on the working problems
State Revenue Secretary taxes increased rather than the state's general funds. The cluded Atty. Gen*. Robert of the House in The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Washington
George Mowod yesterday said deal with more legalized gam- money is to be repaid over the Kane and state auditors who Star, among other publications.
the state lottery will face a $50 bling. next year. recently completed an audit of "People are tired of 'political gamesmanship,' " he said,
million deficit in mid-1976 The lottery 's biggest But next July 1, Mowod the lottery's financial records. "tired of politicians unwilling to take a stand for fear of
because lottery sales aren 't problems are with cash testified, the lottery will have The auditors suggested tha t alienating some voter group." He said he is convinced that
keeping up with the senior flow—it isn't making money only $9 million in its treasury , the five-member State Lottery voters will support a straight , forceful approach.
citizen programs the lottery is as fast as senior-citizen with payments of more than Commission be abolished "Our electorate should insist on an articulate advocate for
supposed to finance. programs call for payouts. $60 million due to senior because of heavy expenses sound fiscal policy, " Seeger said. "We are entitled to active ,
Lawmakers could approve The lottery is financing citizens. and light duties. positive efforts for the economic progress of this ll-county
The commission was district. " «
property tax assistance for the "Something will have to be
new types of gambling in
Pennsylvania , such as slot elderly and free mass transit done," he testified. established in 1971 to give ad- Seeger said he thinks age will play a part in his campaign m
machines , to meet the deficit , for the elderly and disabled. The lottery 's funding vice to the revenue secretary against Johnson. But he said his main campaign tactic will be
Mowod told a House sub- This year the lottery got problems are being studied by on lottery operations. directness with the voters.
committee Rut he said he around its cash flow problems a House panel. Besides The state auditors found Seeger is an account executive for Barash Advertising,
that commission members belongs to the State College Kiwanis Club and serves on the
received more than $66,000 in Governmental Affairs Committee of the State College Cham-
High co urt sta rts term
the past four years for travel ber of Commerce.
expenses and daily com- He called State College his adopted home. Because his father
pensation at $60 or $80 per day. was an Air Force officer , Seeger travelled nationally and
But the commission 's abroad during his youth.
WASHINGTON (I'PD — The Supreme Planned Parenthood and two doctors, re- minutes show virtually no for- "I've studied the area (the 23rd District) for years," Seeger
Court formally opened its fall term yesterday
by agreeing to decide whether a Watergate-
quires a single woman's written consent to an
abortion , the consent of the 'husband if she is
mal action , the auditors said.
Kane, who was revenue
said. "I've been all over it (the district) ," he said.
Seeger said he thinks the University adds a "tremendous Charles ' hi p ' Seeger
spawned law limiting political campaign con- married, or parental consent if the woman is secretary at the lottery 's dimension " to the district. Because the University is renowned
tributions violates the Constitution. under 18. beginning, said it ran into for its College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, he said, he would
financial problems because like to see research in that .college accelerated . He said more GSA COMMONSPLACE THEATRE
The justices also agreed to review a It also defines when a fetus becomes and better research could also benefi t the business areas of the
challenge to Missouri's 1974 abortion law , "viable ," restricts parental rights if a live legislators regarded it as a
bottomless pit. district . PRESENTS
giving the court a chance to expand or birth occurs even if premature, and prohibits "I hope I can interest the students in my campaign ," Seeger
Play It As It Lavs
moderate its landmark 1973 decision sharply saline induction abortions after the first three "Legislators got swept up
'. by ,the lottery 's success," said. "It's important that they give a damn. They could play a
li miting a state 's right to curb abortions. months 'of pregnancy. key role."
Kane testified . 'There was a
? ' feeling we had found the pot of
Four hours of arguments on whether the The lower court upheld all of these
1974 Election Reform Act violates the Con- provisions. I gold at the end of the rainbow ; The Salva tion Army offers the priceless WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8
stitution will be heard Nov . 10, a sure sign tha t an endless, voluntary , pain- gift of friendship to all mankind . . . all year
the court is anxious to decide the case before Among the 24 other cases accepted for high less new revenue source.... Tuesday Weld ,Anthony Perkins , T a m m y
court decision were : round . . . wha tever the needs.
presidential campaigns progress too far. This was not the case." Grimes , Adam Roarke.
—A case to be heard this term challenging
The U S. Court of Appeals tor the District of an employer's refusal to pay women who take DIRECTOR " FRANK PERRY
Columbia upheld most of the law , saying time off from work because of pregnancy.
"these democratic processes should at least —Whether parents of illegitimate children Best Performance award at the
rt-VnoNlIM ITALIC SET
be given a chance to prove themselves." can be barred from teaching in the public Venice Film Festival 1972 .
Cmtmm n fnnirniii pen five
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provides federal monies to finance presiden- rights of illegitimate children to collect Social nuuutcil .tit for vnfy $5iV..
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The complex Missouri abortion law was
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Missouri sues striking firemen
KANSAS CITY. Mo i L PI i punitive damages of S60.000 a He said the suit was filed as s t a t e laws which proh ibit
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A ttorney Genera l John C
a deterrent because if other
public employes in Missouri
strikes by public employes. He
also claimed the firemen , who ^^ -J 'M ^ W0-
\ esterday tiled a civil damage
-ui t against striking firemen Danforth said the state would struck , "the cost to the state struck for pay equal with
m a move to discou rage other do everything it could to could be devastating. " police officers , are respon-
Post to hire non-union repairmen
public employes from collec t the money. sible for some of the more
A federal mediator has been
sin king "We 're prepared to go all sent in to try to set up
than 200 fi res reported in the
the way with this. We intend to* nego tiations and end a
city since the strike began last
The stale asked the Jackson collect. " Danfor th said. "The deadlock over Mayor Charles
C o u n t y C i r c u i t Court for state 's meter is on and will B. Wheeler Jr. 's re f usa l t o
The un ion f l a t l y denies
allegat ions that firemen were WA SHINGTON t U P I ) - Post Vice President Mark mac hinists to repair the brev iated editions for most of
st^O .ooo i n actual damages lor continue tobe on as long as the negotiate w i t h f i r e f i g h t e r
t helirst four days ol the strike involved in arson and said it The Washington Post yester- Meagher told a news con- presses, Meagher said , but the week.
strike is union officials. The rival Washington Star
would welcome a grand j ury day sa id it will hire non-union ference he did not think hiring decided to arrange for non-
and extra actual damages of "The strike is clearly a has grown in size and circ u-
Sio .mio a da> as long as it eon- violation of state statutes of Wheeler has accused the investigation into the cause of mach inists to repair presses non-union repairmen would union help because it "had an
damaged w hen pressmen affect negotiations scheduled obligation " to publish. la tion since the strike, and cir-
:mues The suit also seeks Missouri " firemen of breaking local and the city 's outbreak of fires . culation of out-of-town
Twenty-five subpoenas have struck the newspaper last to begin today with represen- He also said the other
Wednesday. tatives of Local .6 of the newspapers ' presses used by newspapers such as The New
been issued to s t r i k i n g York Times has increased
The Post has been Newspaper and Graph ic Com- the Post had been running 24
Ford backs son ' drug stand
firemen to appear before the
grand j ury , which convenes publishing abbreviated 24- munications Union. hours a day and their man- The Star has been twice
Thursday. ^ page editions at non-union Meagher said the Post was power was overburdened. as thick as normal some days
Two representatives of the newspaper plants in Maryland losing money but decl ined to Meagher said the Pos t since the strike. Star circu-
W A SHINGTON ITI - President Ford parents but never told them he smoked mari- and Virginia since Friday, say how much. hoped to have had one press
^ Internat ional Association of lat ion officials say it has been
thin k.- In- -on .lack s:.i\e "a Irank answer " juana a t Utah State University, from w hi ch missing only Thursday The Post waited five days operable by last night. He said
he graduated recently. He said he only
Firefighters charged the sold out at almost all news-
u hen hf >aid he had smoked marijuana . mayor, who has announced for editions. for the union to allow union the paper wi ll publish ab- tands . ~
W h i t e llou - e Press Secretan Ron Nessen smoked "pot " but was "around people who
have done probably every type of drug there the Democratic vice presiden- As many as 500 of the Post 's
Rents expected to skyr ocke t
-.ii d >e- ' criia\ t ial nomination , with
.lack Voi d 2\ . said also he liked Oregon 's is " and he believed that "abuse in using these 2.500 employes continue to
t hings is the problem. " del iberately prolonging the work during the strike, ac-
method o( gi\ mg citations and fines for mari-
"I f used in a nondestructive way and not s t r i k e for national news cording to John Dower , vice
uiana use instead of jail sentences He made
coverage. president for com-
In- comments to a newspaper in Portland . abused , smoking pot might be compared to ANAHEIM. Calif. (U P I ) — America 's inflat ion but that owners have now reached
the use of beer or wine in moderation , " Jack During the weekend; munica tions.
lUiere he attended the Western States apartmen t renters can expect ra tes to sky- the point where they cannot maintain the
Wheeler said he would not
I [opuhlican Conference during the weekend said rocket because of an increas ing national status quo. Jhe Wash ington-Baltimore
Repor ters asked Nessen if Jack had resume negotiations unless
' The Ford family believes m being totally shortage in housing, and more cities may be Newspaper Guild rebuffed its
smoked pot in the White House. Nessen said Police Chief Joseph D. Mc- He also predicted a shift away from the
honest \nd the President feels his son was
Namara , a former New York forced t o set up rent controls as a resu l t , a leaders last Wednesda y and
.pressing a personal view and giving a (rank he believed the President preferred to answer Chicago housing analyst predicted. bu ilding of new apartment structures because again Friday, voting to cross
such questions himself. The chief executive 's law enforcement official , was of the high price of financing toward the
.in-u er . " Nessen told a White House news Anthony Downs, .chairman j o f the Rea l the pressmen 's picke t lines
nex t scheduled news conference is today with with him. The union said that enhancing of already existing multiple com-
briefing Estate Research Corp-c, told the annual con-
Jack said he discussed drugs with his reporters of Knoxville. Tenn. wou ld not be acceptable. plexes. The Post contends the
vention of the California Association of
Realtors during the weekend that the de- d a m a g e to presses was
Downs warned that the predicted rent in- "execu ted by people who had
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Union leader attacks women' 'lagosis
Collegian Staff Writer
Feminist union leader
doesn't have, or is in the
process of breaking down,
to improve their position.
One goal, she said, is to
organize the unorganized six
Antitrus t suit file d
Gloria Johnson last night women ," she said. million of the 35 million
against big banks
outlined 50 years of Studies show the highest- working women in the United
discrimination against women paid woman, generally in a States are not under a union .
and the plans being taken now low-level management Women compose 60 per cent of
to combat what she calls position , often is paid 10 to 40 the total American work
"lagosis." cents less than the lowest-paid force.
"Working women suffer man in the same plant , They also decided to push WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice
from lagosis. They lag behind generally the janitor , she said. Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.;
for affirmative action on the Department filed suit yesterday charging Equitable Life Assurance Society of the
in pay and advancement for The discrimination does not job and for an increased in- V, that the nation 's largest bank and biggest
only one reason—they are hit working-class women only, Untied States; Mutual Life Insurance Co.
volvement in local unions and insurance company are violating antitrust of New York; Emmett G. Solomon , Otto N.
women," she explained to 25 Johnson said. "Too frequently in politics, she said. / laws where individuals are serving as
persons in the HUB Ballroom. you find a woman with a Miller and Thomas R. Wilcox.
The result of the meeting directors of both. Solomon is a director of Crocker
"Despite federal legislation college degree being able to was the Coalition of Labor
that has been on the books 10
The suit filed in federal court in San National Bank, its holding company, and
reach only the average in- Union Women, which aims to Francisco asked that individuals serving Metropolitan.
years, legislation designed to come level of a white male set up long-term goals for the
make the woman worker
on both boards be forced to resign from Miller is on the board of Crocker Bank ,
with an eighth-grade movement. one or the other if they have not already
equal, in terms of earnings she education ," she said. its holding company, and Equitable.
At this meeting, Johnson done so. Wilcox is on the boards of Crocker , its
is worse off than she was in "Nineteen per cent of said , she saw, "for the first Named as defendants were the Bank of
1957 ," Johnson said. women with college degrees holding company, and Mutual of New
time , qualified , bright , America, the nation 's largest bank: its York .
"The average woman then are doing unskilled, semi- anxious-to-work labor union holding company, Bankamerica Corp.; Metropolitan is the second largest life in-
earned 64 per cent of what a skilled or clerical work. Isn't women as a group. At tha t Prudential Insurance Co. of America, the
male with the same that a depressing bit of surance company in the nation , Equitable
time , the invisible union nation 's biggest insurance company ; is the third, and Mutual ranks 11th.
qualifications earned. But the news?" Johnson asked the workers became visible. We Bankers Trust Co.; and Bankers Trust
woman now earns only 60 per predominantly female student Crocker is the 14th largest bank .
are seen and we will continue New York Corp., its holding company. The Justice Department also asked the
cent of what her maie coun- audience. ' now to be heard ." Named as individual defendants were E. court to bar the individual defendants
terpart earns. " She observed! that past Johnson 's talk was spon- Hornsby Wasson, former director of Bank from serving as directors of any two or
Johnson said nearly one- legislation to held women has sored by Colloquy, the Photo by David Vito
of America, Bank America Corp. and more competing corporations, one of
third of all discrimination not been effective. For that Association for Women LOW WAG ES, dead-end jobs , and little u nion protection Prudential; and Paul A. Gorman , curren- which has assetslof more than $1 million ,
charges deal with sex bias. "I reason , she and!3,200 other Students , and the Un plagu e women in the labor movement according to Gloria tly a director of Bankers Trust and and to prohibit the corporations from
rea lly believe th at t here is not women i n t h e la bor movement dergraduate Student Govern- Johnson , active feminist in the Coalition of Labor Union Prudential. allowing individuals to serve as directors
a plant in this country which met in 1973 to establish goals ment Department of La bor . Women. Her term for the effects of discrimination : lagosis. Wasson resigned from the boards of if they already are on the boards of com-
Bank of America and its holding company peting companies.
when notified that the government planned
Philadelphia home firebombed to file an antitrust suit.
The suit alleged that Wasson was
notified last May 28 that the government
Bankers Trust is the nation 's seventh planned to file an antitrust action and that
Neighborhood dispute leaves 5 dead
largest commercial bank. he resigned his post with Bank of America
Prudential issued a statement disputing on June 5.
the government anti-trust contention and The suit noted that as of Dec. 31, 1974
saying: Bank of America, headquartered in San
PHILADELPHIA (UPI )— Isrademes, 13, and Roberta , 6, critical condition yesterday at Neighbors said there had Sunday arrested David Mc- "We believe that it is clearly in the Francisco, had total deposits of $50.7
It started out as a • "petty and Luis Carrucini , 14 , a the Crozer-Chester Burn Cen- been recent arguments in- Ginnis, 18, a neighbor , and public interest for people with banking ex- billion and total resources of $60.4 billion .
dispute " in the neighborhood , nephew, who was visiting, ter in nearby Chester with volving the Santiago-children charged him in that incident. perience to be allowed to serve on the boar- Prudential , headquarted in Newark ,
police said yesterday, ending were Killed Sunday when cuts and burns over 15 per playing in the street and it McGinnis was not charged in ds of insurance companies." N.J., had total assets as of the same date of
with five persons, including flames trapped them in their cent of his body. escalated to hard feelings the firebombing of the home. A similar suit was filed simultaneously mroe than $35 billion, including out-
four children , killed in a two-story row home. The father , Radames, and among the adults. The Garcia boy was against Crocker National Bank and its standing mortgage loans of more than $12
firebombing. Another Santiago child , another young visitor , Nelson Santiago's car was fire- sleeping on the /porch early holding company, Crocker National Corp.; billion .
Two suspects were held Carlos. 11, remained in Garcia , 14 , escaped . bombed Sept. 25, a n d po l ice Sunday to keep w,atch on San-
yesterday on murder and ar- tiago's new car , which he pur-
son charges in connection with chased after the other auto
Gunman frees bank hosta g es
Ad seeks 'lo ving wife
the fire in a home early Sun- was destroyed .
day. Police Lt. James O'Neill A neighbor who ran to the
said the two-alarm fire started home after he saw the flames -NEW YORK (UPI ) — A Manhattan. At 7:45 p.m. two the Symbionese Liberation Ar-
when a firebomb "was thrown said Santiago ran out the gunman who held three per- other women were freed , my, the radical group which
at the premises." unusual to advertise for a girl who "must understand the back , wearing only his shorts , sons hostage for more than leaving five hostages and the kidnaped Patricia Hearst in
The two suspects were MIAMI (UPI )— Bob Kem-
per Jr. is the president of a wife, but there's no time for importance of emotional and "screaming for anybody to eight hours after he bungled a suspect still inside the February 1974.
Robert Wilkinson , 26, who was the conventional methods. financial security." jump who could jump. He kept bank holdup surrendered to bank. The remainder was
held without bail on five family-owned carpet care
firm and financially well off , What' s a fella to do when time "She should be no taller yelling: 'My family is in there? police last night. The hostages released late last night. "I'm not coming out. I'm
counts of murder and on is running out and he hasn 't than 5 feet 10 inches, have a My family is in there'. were released unharmed. The gunman , who called waiting to get what levant. If I
$90,000 bail on two other
but he says he "needs a loving
woman to make my empty found his life's companion? good figure and sense of hu- "It's f errible to stand there He had released the bank's himself "Cat" in telephone don't get wha t I want I'm
counts, and Ronald Hanley, Advertise!" the ad said. mor. Ideally, she should join and not be able to help," the assistant manager and two conversations with police and going to blow my brains out ,"
house a home."
So Kemper , 29 , has paid Kemper said he was busy me in my hobbies which in- neighbor said. customers two hours after the UPI , first said—then de- the bandit told UPI Audio in a
the result of "petty disputes going up and down the Florida clude flying, boating, scuba Esteban Gonzalez , 44 , 3 p.m . holdup in lower nied—he was a member of telephone interview.
between neighborhood $2 ,775.35 for a full-page ad-
vertisement in today 's Miami coast overseeing his business diving, snow skiing, music another neighbor , said San-
children ." and has not had a chance to and good food. She should be tiago moved here a couple of
Ramona Santiago , 37 , three Herald to seek a wife.
"I want a wife. It's a bit search for a wife through family-oriented, feminine and years ago after being in New
of her children , Nancy, 14 , "social clubs, pubs, singles
trips, cruises and the com-
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A few questio n of balance
"Nothing makes a man more well-
known than what he does with his hands
Murt augh relaxed...
PITTSBURGH (AP)—Dan- downs in stride," said Mux- and do a job you have to be "I've been around too long
and feet." — Homer ny Murtaugh relaxed on his laugh. ready, your nerves have to to get excited, " Murtaugh
rockingchair yesterday, while Anderson meanwhile said
, , feel it." said.
Perhaps it can't be said any better than that. After all
Sparky Anderson kept a he still isn't able to eat a good
. . . Dark impressed
who was more famous—Babe Ruth or Henry Walla.ce?
Henry who? dogged pace on the treadmill breakfast, even though the
For years the men who have excelled on the athletic of his nerves. Reds are within one victory of
field have become national celebrities. Unfortunately for "I try to take things in a World Seriesberth.
some, their private lives became public knowledge. What stride,"said Murtaugh, whose "I'd like to have breakfast, OAKLAND (AP)—The Boston Red Sox had momentum on
they did and what they believed were put in the' window Pittsburgh Pirates are on the but I just can't keep it down," their side yesterday as they arrived here to prepare for
for everyone to see. And they set the example for all the brink of being swept by the said Anderson, a trim South Tuesday night's third game of the American League playoffs
kids who idolized them. But James McDowell, executive director of the Hall of Cincinnati Reds in the Dakota native who has snow against the Oakland A's.
That's what happened to Paul Robeson, and it's coming Fame says it "honors men who honor the game. You have National League playoffs. white hair and stomach ulcers The Red Sox took the first two games of the series and need
back to haunt him now. to demonstrate good citizenship, love of community, love "I'm always nervous," said at 41. only one more victory in the best-of-five championship playoff
Paul Robeson was one of the best ends ever to play of country. It's a question of what you give back to the Anderson, whose Reds can "I don't feel as good as I to eliminate the A's, world champions for the last threeyears.
college football. At Rutgers, the black superstar was game, and I don 't think Paul Robeson has helped his cause clinch the title with a victory probably should because I Even Oakland Manager Alvin Dark had to admit he was im-
named to Walter Camp's All-America team in 1917 and by being in seclusion all theseyears. Citizenship is very here tonight. know what the Pirates are pressed.
1918. He was only the second black to be honored. important. If we're just going to pick the Ail-Americans The managers were in- capable of doing to us here," "They've outplayed us so far ," said Dark. "They 've done a
When he graduated in 1919, Robeson hung up the spikes every year there's no sense to having a Hall of Fame." terviewed separately after he added. great job in every department."
and pursued an equally rewarding career as an opera Sure Jim, and if you're just going to pick the guys who their teams went through light Has Anderson ever thought The Red Sox, understandably, were full of optimism for
singer. But by far , he is best remembered for what he did eat apple pie and go to bed at 10:30 why don 't you change workouts. of trying a looser approach? Game 3 of the series.
on the field , what he did with his hands and feet. the name to "The Good Boys Club? " Murtaugh didn't have his "I think you have to be ner- "We've only got to win one more," exulted Boston first
Today, Paul Robeson is 77 and living—a better word Look! at Babe Ruth. He was one of the best players rocker in Cincinnati where the vous to perf orm ," he said, baseman Cecil Cooper. "Just one more. I really think we'll
would be dying—in Philadelphia. He is the only two-time baseball has ever known, but he was also a drunk and a Pirates lost twice, batted .203 making two clenched fists. be back in Boston next Saturday to start the World Series.''
All-America player not to be elected to the College Foot- woman-chaser. Babe Ruth is in the Baseball Hall of and yielded 1 stolen bases.
0 "Take Frank Sinatra or any
ball Hall of Fame, an honor bestowed upon many players Fame. If that's not enough, read what Jim Bouton has to "We expect that to change performer. To go out there
with lesser skill and achievement levels. say about Mickey Mantle in "Ball Four." Is that good here," Murtaugh said.
Players are eligible for induction 10 years after citizenship? A reporter asked him what Yesterday 's answer: The last time Penn
graduation , which means Robeson became eligible in
1929 , but he was never even nominated until this year.
"I admired him. He had a magnificent, magnetic per-
sonality," sportscaster Heywood Hale'Broun said in an in-
was so special about playing
. Mon. P
State won a game scoring 10 or less points
before Saturday was the 1970 Orange
See, the people who run the College Football Hall of terview last week. "He was an Ail-American dream. But "I'm
becausewe did horse manure Bowl. The LionsbeatMissouri 10-3.
Fame have labeled Robeson a communist inlsupport of he still walked into restaurants and hotels and was per- Today 's question: Who holds the record
out there," Murtaugh ,dead- O
"controversial and unpopular causes." In other 'words, secuted." for most points in a season by a rookie in
because Robeson did things the directors of the National Robeson became disillusioned, gave it all up and went to panned. "Give me another ex-
D the National Hockey League?
Football Foundation don 't agree with , he may never, Russia1. He's back home now, slowly aging away, still cuse and I'll fise it too," he ad-
regardless of his ability , be honored as one of the best. deserving of the honor he earned. ded.
If Paul Robeson was a communist, did that take away
from his ability? Would he have caught more passes and
It's tbo bad the people who run the Hall of Fame are non-
athletic and have to use non-athletic values. Maybe
The Pira tes players were
also typically relaxed as they
Dallas Cowboys 36
Detroi t Lions 10 TRIVIA
scored more points if he was the Ail-American crew-cut- prejudice should be a factor for keeping men off Hall of took batting practice.
boy next door? Fame committees. "We're not an emotional
ballclub. We take the ups and
Stickwomen: 4 up front better than 5
"This is the biggest loss we had in two years." perience and has shown her ability to function as a
Maryland ' s field hockey coach Sue Tyler dejec- "team " player.
tedly left the field on Friday after her tearrj was "Everybody worked together ; everybody was
trounced by a f ired-up Penn State squad , 4-1. helping each other," senior forward and co-captain
Today, the Penn State stickwomen face another Susie McCoy said.
reputedly strong opponent when they travel to Slip- While the 4-3-3-1 system is designed to provide
pery Rock for their second game of the season. more pressure on the opposing defense, Penn State
Tod a y, they will test the power of their new align- on the defensive also showed the overall strength of
ment on the field , the 4-3-3-1 system. alignment.
In the season opener , it appeared that Penn Three fullba cks instead of two in the backfield
State 's new set-up will provide the team with more leaves one player free to drop behind the play ,
scoring opportunities , but with nine games still to be space for them ( the halfbacks ) to go through and preventing several fast break attempts. When the
played , any judgments on the success of the team also they 're not quite so concerned if they go team is on defense, the system is designed so that
would be at best premature. through and stay there because there's three more players are free to break in front of the of-
The potential of the Penn State offense, however , fullbacks and a goalie behind them .'' fense, slowing down the opposition 's downfield
cannot be overlooked. The power of the offense showed in the Maryland movement.
"Penn State played their game," senior co- contest , as the women outshot the Terrapins, 22-7, "I think tha t this system of backing up is much
captain Deb Gorm'an said. "We were on the ball and were on the attack for most of the game. better," McCoy said.
from the fi rst whistle. " As with any system however, Rattray 's set-up is "We were covering each other very well, so the
Penn State coach Gillian Rattray 's system puts not without some problems that will probably system was strong because of that ," Gorman added
four players on the forward line instead of the diminish as the team gains more competitive ex- after the Maryland contest.
traditional five teammates. They are backed up by perience. Against Slippery Rock , conditioning could be a
three halfbacks , three fullbacks and the goalie. "I think we still need to work a little bit more on determining factor in the outcome of the game. Last
Only four players on the line provides a stronger covering the center in depths," Rattray said. year, Slippery Rock's fi tness showed in the waning
offensive attack than the old 5-3-2-1 system, be- "I think there were a few times when there were moments of each half , as they picked up one tally in
cause the halfbacks have spaces to cut through and holes in the offense where we needed halfbacks the final five minutes of the first half , and added two
become a part of the attack. The more regimented coming through , but I think for the first game, it more in the last five minutes of the second period , to
set-up usually kept the halfbacks behind the for- worked really well," sophomore forward Chris Lar- clinch a 3-1 win over the Lady Lions.
ward line. son said. "I think this is going to be one of the factors *.*%*'?»-*. ' » i f'S'^t.-' •*<¦#.«?
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"What we're trying to do is play a much more A big plus on the attack this year in a more bal- tomorrow ," Rattray said. "I hope we can keep the Photo by Laurie- E. Usher
creative, thinking game." Rattray said. "There 's a anced forward line. Each of the four players has ex- pace. Chris Larson ( 16 battles for the ball with a Mary land defender
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PIONEER PL-35 Turntable, economical rates, Televisior faculty Juniata College. 13 FEMALE ROOMMATE - Winter
9169, Larry. S250. years teaching experience. John HELP! Hard-working athletic indi- unfurnished apartment . Park
Pickering cartridge, six months Service Center, 232 South Allen. Term onl y. Own bedroom in two Forest . $182. month, available
old Also Shure 55W microphone Mitchell 238-9429. bedroom apt. Call evenings after vidual needs immediate work now thru Spring term. Call Pete
and Lafayette 20 watt amp Must BEESE PHOTO STUDIO
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sell. Call Tonv 234 3878. OVER TERM BREAK' TRY 1722 today.
passports, $4.1)0 for four, I.D. 'S, NEED 2 West Virginia game answer keep trying.
§ $& Kwcqust Shop J ^^> ' ' ur: " 2
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group 200 W. College Ave . 237-
Americana , iu nk silver coin s, London show tour large 1 bedroom apt. . Winter,
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THE PINE HALL Film Fly or Drive bus & train holidays
Virginia game, October 11. Call
Lynne 865-2355. Reserved seats. i WE WANTED: FEMALE to sublet ' i of
MINIWAX stains, Martin
'. ^P Cooperative is now accepting AUTO-RAIL PASS
SUBLET: ONE Bedroom apart-
fall term members. Call 237-7065 from $399 plus [axes NEEDED: BRAINS two sets 1 bedroom apt. winter ternj t
Senour paints, Pawleys Island x er Warm ups, shoes
^^ ' t ~TT
^ ^ for
" information or stop by the ment near campus available onl y. Call Joan 234-2320.
hammocks, wallpaper Formby ' s ^k Cour twear . equipment Thurs Nov 20 to Fn No/ 28 capable of handling university 's Dec. 1. Call Becky or Debi 237-
NS^ d-t - • .-H- t ^j ey ^h Campus Restaurant.
Decorator 's Workshop, 237-8900. S2 40 ^xe ^t^ ^ j ^ a^ r tj y engineering work load. Marty or 1846; EMERGENCY! WANTED- One bed-
X 0°e c^V strmg xig — Balls e ^ ^
FREE: A KITTEN, 6 months,
Fn Nov 21 to Sat Nov 29
Sar Nov 22 to Sun Nov 3G room furnished apt. Winter-
9 125 W. Beaver Ave. (upstairs) 234-5016 €f orange, tabby. Call 234-4643. Male,
needs home desperately. TWO FEMALES to sublet two-
2 4 TICKETS for W. Va. game. spring. Call Trisha or Jud y 865-
Sun Nov 23 to Man Dec 1
thirds of a 2 bedroom furnished
GIFTS GALORE Any kind, will pay. Call Jane
865-2057. apartment. S66.66-mo. Starting 4608 after 9:00 p.m.
CASH-IN on stuffing env elopes. All reservations must be in by Wed. Nov. first. Call Karen or Carol 234- WANTED: ONE Bedroom apart-
AT Thousands make 5200-month or Nov. Slh
ROCK BAND -r Experie nced sax 2556; ment for winter and sprin g.
more in spare time . For list of University Travel Burea u
THE MUSEUM STORE DORM CONTRACT f or sole. Sin gle 1967 AMBASSADOR. 64,000 miles.
Newly fixed up, S490 , firms send $1 to C.S. Enterprises,
p layer looking for workin g
rou p. Saxes , flute , boss , vocals.
FEMALE TO SHARE l bedroom Preferably furnished and near
room in Nittan y Halls. Call Jeff 1000 Plaza Dr., Apt . 105-C, State t03 E Beaver ?< a pt. Winter and Spring. ca mpus. Willing to sublet . Call
Museum of Art 865-0707. negotiable. Kim 865-6807 or leave
message 303 Atherton. College Pa. 16801.
238 6779 eft 234 -9012. Excellent location. Furnished, Mik e at 237-3484.
MALE ROOMMATE WANTED. c all Randi 234-9054.
Tttes - Sun J2-5 FRESH SWEET CIDER of the west
1 L0S1 FJI
Winter and-or Spri ng term. Bea- SUBLET:
end of Nittany Mall parking lo t. FURNISHED
Sat urday afternoon and evening. ve r Terrace. Call Bill 234-1802 . Efficiency apartmen t winter,
F I R E W O O D FOR SALE by PSU Sunday afternoon. spring terms. 1 or 2 people. Park-
Forestry Society Seasoned oak WANTED: 2 or 4 tickets to W.V.U. w ay Plaza. Call 237-1775 .
and handwoods S25 per face cord, FOR SALE : NIKKOR auto. 200mm , F R I E N D L Y A N D HONEST S E R V I C E ga me. For non-students will
pay top dollar. Coll Bob 237-5298. SUBLET: 2-bedroom furnished LOST DORM KEY . Single key in
stabwood S17 50 per face cord. Call f-4. like new , S 165. 865-2509. O N YOUR FOREIGN CAR unusual brown leather case
865 J237 or after 5 237-9736. Parkway Plaza apartment for
1968 CHEVY CAPRICE. Power TWO BLOCKS FROM CAMPOS , SI S C t A f IANE NEEDED: TWO Re serv e or gene ral winter, spring and summer op- Call Tina 865 3588 after 5.
HOCKEY EQUIPMENT from the
ice up! CCM, Titan , Koho,
steering, windows. Four door. BETWEEN BARNARD ANDCILl W. admission tickets for West Vir- ti on. Call 238-5617. GREEN PI BETA PHI jacket at
64,000 trifles. $600. Call 234-1823 Mo n -fn 1:00-6:00 317-1,666 ginia game. 234-1708 or 865- MALE NEEDED to occupy apart- Phi Sigma Kappa jammy Sat
Vi ctoriaville . John ' s derailteurs, after 5:30. 3912. night. Keys and ID in pocket. Call
480 E College. ment at Collegiate Arms with
I NEED TICKETS to W.V.U. game , three ot her occupants, winter and 865 8480.
HITACHI TRQ-202 Stereo cassette 1971 MGB. 28,000 miles. No rust PIANO TUNING. Don 't neglect
INSURANCE FOR AUTO, record-p layer , speakers and b adl y. Bob 237-9193. spring. Fully furnished , utilities WALLET LOST in Pattee. Keep
motorcycle, person a Immaculate. Make offer. 632 your piano. Call Daniel paid, S81.25 monthly. Call Carl at
microp hones included; Seiko 3606. Sponenburg 238 0186, 5-8 p.m . qapney, return cards, send to
possessions, hospitalization , 234 8923.
HELP WANTED Jfrj
chronograph a u t o m a t i c stop- Dave Marzec, 28-C Laurel Glen .
accident, valuables, fire, bicycles , 1971 VEGA HATCHBACK. Four ENGLISH TUTORING byhour or 1-FEMALE , 1-BEDROOM, winter
fast service. 238-6633. watch, 237-2062. speed , new tires. Excellen t half hour with qualified LOST: PAIR of gold rimmed
term, $95 mo. Utilities included . eyeglasses. Call Mike234 B405.
condition. 237 0764 or 237-9683. teachers. Call 234-7287 for more Fairmount Hill Apartments. Call
in formation. 234 3926 Faustine or Linda.
HONDA 4 50 , 1968. Cleon , reli-
[FOUND gfi !
STRADA BICYCLE SHOP T Y P I S T NEEDED by Daily Colle-
able. Call Paul 237-9055 or FEMALE ROOMMATES needed
217S. Burrow e sSt .
offer, you he
answer to the
865-9811. See at 316 W. Fair- DUFFY'S TAVERN gian Productions.
minimum, accurate. Full time
winter term onl y. Cheap rent .
mount. WHOLE BEAN COFFEE - 12
on the diamon d In Boalsburg kinds, assorted * teas: bulk,
only - 40 hours per week . 7 p.m. to Apt. r ig ht on College across wall
hi gh cost of bicycle repairs. Low overhead = low cost 3 a.m. Sunday thru Thursday. 234-2262. SILVER 'JOAN OF A R C'
on repair work. All work guaranteed.
Tuesday Nite Special loose, bags. Candy Cane, 128 W. Blue Cross, good pay. Apply at medallion in Simm ons Hajl,
College. 237-4253. Room 7 Carnegie Building on SUBLET FURNISHED room in house Sunday night. Identifying mark s.
. In Highland Alley between Burrow as St. & Fraser SI. 238*0020 TOWNE ARCO Porterhouse Steak DISCOUNT FILM PROCESSING, ca m ous. close to campus. Available win- Call 865-2752.
321 S ALLEN Salad , Baked Potato Ca ndy Cane, 128 W. College. 237-
4253. (Ektachrome slides , 20
ter and spring. $94-ma. Call 234-
3872. FOUND- COIN in vicinity of
SPECIALIZING IN $3.95 exposures SI.69,24 hours ). SUBLET ONE BEDROOM , Foster
id entify. Sharon 238-7038
HODAKA 100CC MOTORCYCLE,
includes helmet, bumper,
carriers - extra good condition.
Call 237 6731 between 5 8 p. m.
|| FOREIGN CAR REPAIR
TYPING: ALL KIN DS - theses,
term papers, manuscript s, etc.
Experienced, acc urate,
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In between Beliefonte ' and State
f Full time position for an exper-
Ave. apt. Utilities
Wint er , Spring,
Parking lot 83. Call 234 0953,
1971 CAM(:RO RALLY SPORT , reasonable. Sue: 237-7392. College. 237-5101. House p lants , 3 fenced personnel secretary }
CONCORD F-400 Cassette p lay er- POCKET WATCH in Carnegie.
copper, AM-FM radi o. cactus , succulent p la nts. identify 215 Carneg ie.
recorder . Use as deck- portatle
J who can handle payroll and l
EDITING: Theses, manuscripts,
Excellent condition New paint T Y P I N G ! Theses , termpapers ,
|Ob Aski ng S2000. 237 1763 . Call Must sell List- S179 , Sell. S80. anything. Reason able rates, l group insurance records r
reports. Fast service. Pick-up MIIDA CALCULATO R in 118
j oanieafter 4 p m . Call Ga ry 234- 3058. professional service. Call 238 6012 Sackett last week. 234-3796
Will pick up and deliv er. and deliver. Call 237-9234. t For prompt consideration , call I
TOMASCH PAI NT and Glass sells WANTED: ROOMMATE for
wooden and aluminu m storm WANTED: AKC Siberian Huskie Mrs Evelyn Burke at 238-2461 KEY IN 250 Free r . 6tb period .
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windows. We replace gl ass. Our niture, infants and toddler 's for $3. Appoin tments needed. for st y d. Blue eyes preferred. ! or send your resume and sal - j a pt . , f ree bus serv ice. S65 per
prices are low. 422-8191. clothing, sand box, some antiques , l
Say 'Cheese ' photography , i l S. Brown in pinch. 238-4408. month plus elec. Other utilities
ar y requirements to I
! RIDES/RIDERS ^
PSYCHIATRIST COUCH. Will sew ing mac hi ne. Fri. and Sat. A llen , 238-4262. j fr ee. Call Scott 638-2596.
last minimum of 10 yrs Will Oc t . 38.4, 9-5, 204 & 212 Academy T
I Personnel Department C9 ¦
deliver 1 ! Call Mike234-4746. St. Boalsburg. MEN'S AND WOMEN'S cutting 3 C-Cor Electronics, Inc. APF MARK 51 calculator. Lost 22
10-40" o discount on at)major items and styling $5 to S10. Pietro of [ 60 Deci bel Road I
Dieke building, Wed. 4th period.
George 's House of Music Reward, call 865 7930.
MAELSTROM is ready to boogie! Italy, 123 W. Beaver Ave. 238-2933. Slate Colle ne. PA 16801 ' RIDE NEEDED: Philipsb urg to
161 ON Ath ef lon St Arj ts . not alwavs necessar y . |
4-man rock band now excepting State College once a week. Start
across from Riverside Market book ings. Call Mark 355-3253 or NEEDED: One Sen ior-Grad. fo 1» in n < n » ii » ii ^ ii « ii » n » n » ' FOR RENT: Rustic, charming, now will pay. 234-1344 Dave. •
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ca n be improved! Yes , you can
the Kentucky-PSU football
game. Oct. 4th. Call 865-2531 or SALES ENGINEER WANTEDby
manu f ac t urer 's represen t a t ive
two bedroom house. Main Street
Boalsburg: if you can find or trade FLY HOME to Valley Forge,
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package. Rush $1 to Get Az ,
Bldg. « to sell electronic t est equipment in
State College area full or pari
for reasonable rent, in or near
State College. 466-7237, evenings.
in l' j hours starting 18th. OnlV
pitch, dual pitch, or correcting $25. Round trip. Dave 865-0095.
8:30 to 1:00 models. Unlimited Rent-Alls. 140 105-C, 1000 Plaza Dr. , State
Colleg e Pa., 16801.
ROOMMATE WANT ED to share
quiet country house - your own
time. Send resume to' RMA. 613 W.
Cheltenham Ave., Melrose Park, ROOMMATE WANTED to share
N. Atherton St. 238-3037. . RIDE NEEDED to Pht la. anytime
238-1465 1964 VW. Runs good, 7 tires, new
brakes, S350. or best offer. Walt
living atid study area. Richard
466-7219. __ Pa. 19126. Phone: 215-224-1663. a one bedroom apartment in
Beaverhill for winter and spring.
Thurs., Oct . 9. Call Wood y 234-
234-3486 between 5 and 7 p.m. 8054. .
FRESH SWEET CIDER at west
1974 750 KAWASAKI. 4600 miles. AQRM?IA Used Book & Record DESPERATELY NEED: One
MEN! — WOMEN!
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ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT,
utilities included . 320 E. Beaver
afternoon. FOR SALE: 1967 Ford, also 1972 Ave., SI20 mo. Roberta, Sandee,
No experience requxed Excellent pay
HESTNUT GELDING Horse. CC175. Bob 234-2024. Instant Money: We pay 20%-25% on paperbacks and $1 00 (WANTED) PEOPLE who live Worldwide travel Summer job or career 237-5243. Winter, Sprin g terms .
15.2 hands , 13 years old. Well 68 R E N A U L T . New clutch, for LP' s in fine condition. We also buy 8 track tapes , cassettes near Lake Erie^finance trips Send S3 00 tor information SEAFAX NEED MALE to sublet v2 of one
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hampion. $800 negotiable. 234- engine and gas mileage. MOO. 865- delivering them to State College. Washrigton 98362 summer, SlOO -mo. including
926, 238-7144. __ utilities. Call 234-0457. IkrxttknlC xixafeVbkninAmii
4671 or 238-8873. For information, call 238-2106
The Daily Collegian Tuesdav .Octnhor - r>:5-
Free U cancels modern poetry cour se
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PENN STATE JAZZ CL UB
The Free University course Development and Placement
stration on laboratory 173 Willard .
tomorrow in 10 Student i
on modern poetry has been Center. automation at 7:30 tonight in Recreation Building. ! 40th Annual DOWNBEAT Reader 's Poll
cancelled. 189 Materials Research Students for PennPIRG will
Other Free U class meetings Laboratory. have a table on the HUB The Earth and Mineral Voice your choice for the best
scheduled for this week in-
clude the Ultimate Frisbee
Collegian no es
t ground floor tomorrow to
The Liberal Arts Student distribute information about
Sciences student council will \ in 33 categories of JAZZ/ROCK/BLUES
meet at 7:00 p.m. tomorrow in
'purse at %:30 tonight on the Council meeting scheduled for the group's activities and 244 Deike. The dean of the i Ballots available at HUB Desk
intramural fields and the The Penn State Student tonight has been cancelled. meetings. college, Charles L. Hostler,
meditation seminar by Anan- or JAZZ CLUB OFFICE
Coalition Against Racism will will speak.
da Marga Meditation Society meet at 7 tonight in the Walnut Rm. 224 HUB
The - Eastern Orthodox The Citizen 's Action Com-
at 7:30 tonight and tomorrow Building conference room. Christian Fellowship will hold mittee of Students Against The Nittany Lacrosse Club'
in Tener Lounge.
a vespers service at 7:30 Hunger will meet at 7 p.m. will hold an organizational a
The Free U course "Writers The Penn Stave Sport tonight in Eisenhower Chapel . tomorrow in 316Boucke. meeting at 8 p.m. tomorrow in
Anonymous" will meet next Parachute Club will meet at 7 104 Kern.
Tuesday, not tonight. tonigh t in 361 Willard. The United Federation of The Association for
Star Trek Fans will meet at Women Students will meet at Alpha Phi Om ega , national
Student Assistance Center The Central Pennsy lvania 7:30 tonight in 265 Willard. 7p.m. tomorrow in 225 HUB. coed service fraternity, is
counselors will meet at 6 . chapter of the Association for forming its fall pledge class.
tonight in Walnut Center for a Computing Machinery will The Young Socialist Allian- The Penn State Table Ten Interested persons should call
workshop b y the career sponsor a talk and demon- ce will meet at 8:30 tonight in nis Club will meet at 7:30 p.m 865-3556 and or 865-6423.
Franco aides condemn Basque bom bin g 2 V
• MADRID (UPI ) — Guard Chief Jose Vega connection with the reading men entered a bar owned by of Mondragon was the site "O
.Generalissimo Francisco Rpdrigues said after a funeral Sunday of sermons on political Echave and shot him. His bar yesterday of two funeral ser-
;Franco's government met for mass for the three slain of- violence in Spain, the death already had been the target of vices, the first for the three
• four hours in special session ficers. "It is the confrontation penalty and the recent one right-wing reprisal attack. slain Civil Guards and the
yesterday to deal with a The Basque mountain town
of vulgar and common executions. second for Echave
.Basque guerrilla bombing assassins with the forces of In the guerrilla attack Sun-
[ that killed three police officers law and order ." day, a jeepload of Civil
i and critically wounded two
Premier Carlos Arias
Navarro presided over the
Guards was blown up with a
remote-controlled fragmenta- Jewish group asks Levi Preview CJ
j In apparent immediate cabinet meeting at his Madrid tion mine on a mountain road
to block boycott in U.S Performance Sr
!right-wing retaliation to the office. Since Franco's govern- near the Basque town of
\attack Sunday, three uniden- ment executed five Onate. A Basque flag placed
; tified assailants machinegun-
on a nearby religious shrine
of Glimme r
ned to death Ignacio Echave, revolutionaries nine days ago WASHINGTON (UPI)—The American Jewish Congress
for killing policemen , six apparently was used as bait to
the brother of two known draw the police to the spot challenged Attorney General Edward H. Levi yesterday to
Basque separatists. policemen have been slain . stop the Arab boycott against Israel from working in the
where the mine was
"This is a special kind of "Th Madrid , police arrested detonated. United States.
war that we are facing, " Civil fi ve Roman Catholic priests in Ten hours later , three gun- The Jewish Congress said it was "time that the government
found effective means of enforcing the anti-boycott policy ex-
pressed in the Export Administration Act. "
U.S. seeking Gurney verdict
Levi opposes a bill , introduced by Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman ,
D-N.Y., that would put teeth in that policy by making it a
punishable crime to accede to the boycott , under which firms by Tennesse Williams j ^^
doing business with the Ara b countries are supposed to refuse October 8,in the Pavilion Theatre »
TAMPA . Fla. (UPI ) — Justice Department The government's action yesterday was a all business with Israel . ^
attorneys fi led a motion in federal court counter-motion to that request.
yesterday seeking to keep alive two felony The government motion , drawn by
charges against former Republican Sen. Ed- assistant U.S. Attorney Ralph J. Heikkinen , 4*
Gurney was acquitted Aug. 6 of five felony
said the government contends "that it clearly
established in the trial that the jury could find
artists series Tickets at the reduced £
price of 50 cents go on sale
charges connected with solicitation of a
political slush fund from builders in return for
defendant Gurney guilty beyond a reasonable
doubt on both the counts."
Movie of the Week October 8 only at 1 00 p m . 2
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favored Federal Housing Authority treat-
ment. But the jury was unable to reach a ver-
Heikkinen was one of five U.S. attorneys
who handled the prosecution of the case Frederico Fellini' s No reserved seating
dict on two other counts—conspiracy to solicit against Gurney, two former aides and two
the funds and making a false statement to a FHA officials in the trial that lasted five and a "Th e White Sheik '
grand j ury . half months.
Gurney 's attorneys already have filed a The jury acquitted Gurney of charges of
motion asking U.S. District Judge Ben bribery, receiving unlawful compensation
Krentzman to direct a verdict of acquittal for and three counts of making false statements
Gurney on the two unresolved counts. to a grand jury .
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Tuesday, October 7, 1975 George Haaultoa Meliaa Merman Breads VKearo
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Shows at 2:30, 7:30 & 9:15
Mat. admission only $1.00
Tuesday, Oct. 7
Biochemistry, 11:10 a.m. v Room 101 Althouse. Dr. Peter Jurs , chemistry, on "Molecu- Would you want your daughter ^SE B BS M^F showing...
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Engineering Science and Mechanics, 4 p.m.. Room 215 Hammond. Dr. Sigurd Wag- K HH H .
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Ph ysics , 3:50 p.m., Room 117 Osmond. Dr. H. Bordon Berry, University of Chicago, on j
"Surface Interactions in Beam-Foil Spectroscopy. "
BtHy Jack Eflterprae* pretend
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Plant Pathology, 9:45 a.m , Room 213 Buckhout. David Lambert on "Predispostion by
Nematodes to Soil-Borne Pathogens. "
Analytical Chemistry, 12:45 p m „ Room 333 Whitmore. F. A. Serravallo on "Micro-
wave Induced Plasma "'
Inorganic Chemistry, 4 p.m.. Room 333 Whitmore. Jeff Lehman on "Transistor Metal
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Comp Lit Luncheon , 12:15 p.m.. Corner Room . Jane Singh , education , on "A Cross-
Cultural Comparison of Children 's Literature in the United States. " Last day: "Night Flight from
Air Pollution Control . 2:20 p.m., Room 140 Fenske. Thomas E. Starkey , grad. asst. Moscow " PG
plant pathology and air pollution control , on "Influence of PAN on Vegetation. " Shows at 2:30,7:30 & 9:15
Ceramic Science, 9:35 a.m.. Room 301 M.I. Dr. Dennis J. Viechniiiki , Army Materials Mat. admission only $1.00
and Mechanics Research Center , Watertown , Mass., on "Ceramic Failure in an 7:00-8:40-10:15 a S
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MEETI NGS 2:00 - 3:40-5:20 FBOM cinema 5 "p !«b.
GSA Council . 7 p.m., Room 101 Kern .
Engineering Undergraduate Council , 7:30 p.m.. Room 207 Sackett.
ARHS . 7 p.m., Room 207 Business Admin.
Tau Beta Pi , Engineering Honorary , 7 p.m.. Room 212 Hammond. Tutoring session Las Alan Bates • Laurence Olivier • Joan Plowright
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All Men Between the Ages of 1875
CULTURAL CENTER, Walnut BIdg.: An exhibit of mixed media , the work of the
New York Chap! er of the'National Conference of Artists. ^ ^
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Ex-State official tepid
Centre Count y planner s face on Sinai pact approval
limited construction fu nds
By PAM SHERMEYER district plans early next year. Local governments have supported this plan,
WASHINGTON (UPI )— Former Un-
dersecretary of State George W. Ball yester-
day reluctantly urged Congress to approve
the use of 200 American experts in the Sinai
Accord, warning that the agreement was
Senate would stay in session next week,
rather than leave for a planned recess, to act
on U.S. participation in the Sinai
disengagement agreement between Israel
misconceived and could lead to "a highly The House International Relations Com-
Collegian Staff Writer Some of the projects cost less than $1 million, but the $48-million project has received a low
A reduction in funds available to the Penn- dangerous explosion in the next two to three mittee approved the use of U.S. specialists
but others run over $10 million. Donaldson said it priority from PennDOT because of the high cost years."
sylvania Department of Transportation is hand- will be hard to decide which combinations of last Friday by a vote of 24 to 0, provided they
and potential environmental controversy. Ball, who opposed U.S. escalation in Viet- are promptly withdrawn in case of danger .
icapping Centre County planners faced with the small or large highway projects will serve the Donaldson said that PennDOT officials have said nam as a "devil's advocate" within the John-
task of determining county highway construction county and use available funds most effectively. The full House is expected to approve their
that the new Route 144 could not be built until af- son administration, told the Senate Foreign use toward the end of this week.
prioritiesfor the next 12 years. Donaldson said that although he has not begun ter 1990. Relations Committee at the start of long-
to tackle the problem , the county is almost Ball , who is regarded a's a possible
Less than $20 million has been allotted to the In previous attempts at formulating a 12-year delayed public hearings: secretary of state in a future Democratic ad-
county for the period, about half the amount ex- obligated to rank completion of the State College plan, the district office listed several Centre
bypass as the number one priority because it is "I believe that these arrangements reflect ministration, based his criticisms of the ac-
pected to be available several years ago. Robert already on PennDOT's 12-year plan. County projects as top priorities for the district, cord promoted by Secretary of State Henry A.
Donaldson , Centre County Planning Commission including the bypass middle section and the Park an approach to an Arab-Israeli settlement Kissinger, on these points:
director , said large portions of the PennDOT The $24-million middle section of the bypass Avenue extension to the bypass. The Centre which is misconceived: that they are likely to —Promises of massive U.S. arms and
funds are being used to pay debts from previous probably will be built with special PennDOT impede, rather than assist, progress toward a
funds rather than the county's regular alloca- Region has major importance in county plans final solution of the problem ; that they may economic aid to Israel in the future are likely
years. and will control more than half the county's al- to push Syria, Iraq, and possibly Jordan, into
tion . result not only in increasing tensions and
The problem facing the nine county planners is location after the Centre Region Area Trans- resentment but in spreading and intensifying the arms of the Soviet Union.
The planning commission has been asked by portation Study is completed. —Egyptian President Anwar Sadat in
the PennDOT district office to submit its priority in what order to list the other 25 highway pro- the means of violence which can leaa to a
jects desired. Donaldson said one project which highly dangerous explosion in the next two to achieving a further disengagement accord
listing by Dec. 17. These rankings of highway This is the sixth time in three yearsthe county with Israel across the Sinai Peninsula has lost
construction projects, along with those from "potentially is more in need than the bypass" is has been asked to submit a priority list. Donald- three years."
incentive for further bargaining and has in-
other counties, will be used in formulating the the relocation of Route 144 over Centre Hall son said that under PennDOT's 12-year plan , the But under questioning by Sen. Claiborne curred serious criticism by other Arab coun-
district plan. The state transportation com- Mountain , which would provide traffic relief for potential projects are re-evaluated every other Pell, D-R.I., Ball confirmed advice offered in tries. These other Arab nations, who have
mittee is expected to make the final decision on Pleasant Gap and Centre Hall. year and some may be dropped or added. his 20-page written statement that Congress been alienated by the aiicord, are crucial in
should approve the use of American solving such problems as the future of
technicians. He called on the administration Jerusalem , the Golan Heights, and the
Council opposes police retirement plan
to follow up by making a major effort to reach Palestinians.
an overall Middle East peace settlement. —Israeli agonized deeply in agreeing to
Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield withdraw across the Sinai Peninsula , and now
and Republican leader Hugh Scott said the will be reluctant to make further concessions.
ByJ I M MAGILL Council agreed to back state vironmental organization , to said the borough should find a A work session on the pro-
Poor, youn g denied abortions
Colle gia n Staff Wri ter representative Galen E. Drei- use the borough's landfill as a way to publicize recycling. He posed sign ordinance will be
State College Borough Coun- belbis , D-State College, in his temporary storage place for suggested that garbagemen held on Oct. 15.
cil last night moved to oppose efforts to defeat the measure glass, paper and aluminum. leave handouts under can lids A Centre County Youth Ser-
a bill before the state now before the House Appro- Eco-action has three collec- to encourage recycling. vice request for funding was
legislature that would priations Committee. tion points one at the Shiloh tabled when Council President NEW YORK <UPD- At poor and 186,000 were under officials and fjiospital ad-
liberalize retirement benefits Council voted to refer to the least 400,000 and perhaps as age 20. ministrators who have strong
Council also voted to appoint Evangelical Lutheran Church Public Safety Committee a Arnold Addison pointed out
for policemen. Leo Lachcik , Undergraduate on the Benner Pike, at Our that the group was receiving many as 900,000 women Dr. Christopher Tietze, prin- feelings—who feel it is
State House Bill 919 would proposed ordinance to outlaw needing an abortion could not cipal investigator for the morally incumbent on them to
Student Government vice Store Co-op on N. Patterson self-service gas stations. The funds from the county and the
allow policemen with 25 years president , to the Trans- Street , and at Centre Lanes on United Fund. obtain one in the United States study and senior consultant have their private views
service to retire at age 50. The ordinance was proposed at in 1974, a year after the with the Population Council, reflected in public actions ,"
portation Authority to replace N. Atherton Street. Re- last month's meeting by mem- "We can't be allocating
measure, if passed , would cost former USG President Mark cyclable material will be pick- bers of the State College money without knowing what Supreme Court legalized abor- said the abortion gap reflects he said.
State College an additional Jinks , who is resigning'from ed up at these locations and we're doing," Addison said. tion, according to a study the failure of hospitals , "While this may be an
Gasoline Retail Dealers released yesterday. especially public ones, to un-
S35.000 a year, according to the board . stored at the landfill until Association on the grounds A proposal by Mayor Jo honorable way to act , I believe
Borough Manager Carl Fair- Council voted to allow Eco- there is enough to ship away. Hays to place signs beneath The report from the Alan dertake abortion services. it is contrary to the American
hanks c that self-service stations are 1 radition. Public officials
Action , a student en- Councilman Dean Phillips unsafe. present speed limit signs Guttmacher Institute , re- "In five words or less, wh"
giving the speeds in search and development arm is this so," he was asked b) hould obey the law rather
S Council sent an amended kilometers per hour was post- of the Planned Parenthood UPI. than private convictions.
version of an ordinance to poned when Council learned Federation of America , "Lack of intestinal for- "There are administrators
change the zoning code to per- the signs would cost more than revealed that-about half the titude," he replied. and officials who do not have
mit senior citizen housing $4 ,400 to install. Hays made women denied abortions were "There are doubtless public private views on abortion , but
within 600 feet of a hospital or the proposal as part of the act out of fear of reper-
nursing home to the planning State College contribution to cussions from those of their
commission. The ordinance
will allow the Waupelani Cor-
poration to build a home next
A meeting to discuss land-
lord-tenant relations was
Patrol off icer seizes publics and constituents who
do. They lie low.
"My own views on abortion
ENDS } are personal. I believe this a
drugs fo urid in car
to the Park West Manor Nurs- scheduled for Oct. 27 in Coun-
O j tVI it j WEDNESDAY ing Home. cil chambers. basic human right of women,
fitting in with human dianitv
and other basic rights.
A University police officer men were released from Cen- The report showed that only
seized about 100 grams of tre County Prison Sunday 15 per cent of public hospitals
marijuana from the glove night after bail was posted. performea "even a single
CUTO TC BY DCJXBAK
compartment of a car Satur-
day night, according to a
A preliminary hearing
before District Magistrate
abortion " by the first quarter
of 1974. In addition to the
police services spokesman. Clifford Yorks is scheduled for inequity suffered by poor
To nite: Big Fre d & Oldies The officer had stopped the both men on Oct. 14 at 2:30 women, rural women also
car for a routine stop sign p.m. were disadvantaged.
Tomorrow , Fri. & Sat. violation, according to De-
Supreme Court refuses
partment of University Safety
COTTON (Audio Lighted Dance Floor) Supervisor Thomas R. Har-
mon. Harmon said the officer
212 Calder Alley noticed the marijuana when it
fell out of the car 's glove com-
partment. to hear marijuana case
A small quantity of suspect-
ed hashish and some uniden- WASHINGTON (AP) — Comiskey, in a decision
tified capsules also were con- The Supreme Court yesterday upheld by the U.S. Circuit
fiscated, Harmon said. refused to hear arguments Court in New Orleans, refused
that people have a "fun- to convene a three-judge court
Harmon said two occupants damental right" to possess to hear a challenge to state
Soft Contac t
of the car, both non-students, and smoke marijuana in their and federal laws against
were arrested and arraigned own homes. private possession and use of
before a district magistrate in The court let stand a marijuana.
decision by U.S. District The Supreme Court has held
Bail was set at $1,000 each Judge James A. Comiskey of
N OW $12
in the past that any law in-
for Steven B. McMillan and New Orleans that such an fringing a "fundamental"
Robert J. Heckman Jr., both argument was "plainly privacy right has to be shown
19 and of New York City. Both without merit." to be necessary to promote
some compelling state in-
terest. If the right is not fun-
GERMAN FOOD damental , it can be justified so
long as there is a "rational
for partici pating in "Vienner Schnitzel basis" for it.
The Louisiana Affiliate of
Tuesday 's Specialty
Market Research Stud y the National Organization for
the Reform of Marijuana
137 E. BEAVER AV
Laws argued that the privacy
For details, send of the home in and of itself , as
wH name and address to: Moderately p riced at $3.45/person well as "the right to be let
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