Referendum Set on Ritenour by alicejenny


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                                                                                   Referendum Set on Ritenour
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           News Roiundup
           From the State                                                                                      By MIRE SERR1LI
                                                                                                     Collegian Administration Reporter               \
                                                                                                                                                               Long emphasized that the referendum must attract at
                                                                                                                                                          least 5,000 voters or "it will be meaningless."
                                                                                                                                                               The results of the referendum will be' sent as soon as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         charging for previously free services.      . . • •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                He said he believes the sudden preci pitation , of charges,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         first for football games, then for drugs, ;ind now for bed

           Nat ion or or d
                                                                                           I Undergraduate Student Government President Jeffrey
                                                                                        Long announced yesterday that USG will hold a student             possible to University President Eric A. "Wal ker. Long spoke                  treatment, is a direct result of the 1965 S25, tuition reduc-
                                                                                        referendum next Wednesday and Thursday to decide how i to Walker Friday and said that "he is very receptive to stu-                              tion. This action, he said , was "probably ttie ,resu lt of pres-
                                                                                        t he student body feels new expenses at Hitenour Health           dent government and definitely interested in seeing the                        sure " from the state legislature, which ivanted the Uni-
                                                                                                                                                          results of this referendum." -"-               I                               versity 's tuition to match that of Temple: University and
                                                                              a         Center should be paid.                                       I                                        _
                                                                                           j The voting student will be presented with, three                  According to Long, Walker said that the administration,                   the University of Pittsburgh, which also have $150 tuition

                        The World                                                       choices, Long said: (1) support of the ,administration 's
                                                                                        decision to charge Riienour bed patients .$10 per day and
                                                                                        S15 after five days plus charges for emergency treatment
                                                                                                                                                          in deciding to charge individuals for Ritenour bed treat-
                                                                                                                                                          ment , decided that students gettin g the benefits of the
                                                                                                                                                          health center should pay for its operation , t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Tuition Raise Prediction ;
                                                                                        an d drugs: (2) support for charging every student a basic-                                                                                             Lon g predicted t h a t the University :will soon begin
           Red Chinese Press Denounces Ex-leader                                                                                                                           General Deposit Deductions                                    charging for other sports events and set vices, and even-
  ¦ TOKYO — After a year of :"grea t proletarian cultural       \                       fee of perhaps 33 per year to cover new Ritenour costs; or             Long said he supports the idea of taking the money                        tually will have to return the tuition to t he '-$175 level for
                                                                                        (3) deducted from his genera l deposit each year .                from the students' genera l deposit , thus relieving individual
 revolution  ": turmoil, the official jRcd Chinese press for the                                                                                                                                                                         Pennsylvania students.                           i
                  '                                                                                        'No Necessary Charges' !                       students of possible financial burden.           |
 first time has; denounced a once, powerful leader by r   i amp .                           i There is no question , Long said , of whether the charges                                                                                         Long went to Harrisburg Saturday to speak to legisla-
 The!departure may signal the beginning of an all-out effort                                                                                                   One Ritenour doctor believing his op inions to concur                     tors about the proposed new charges at l (itenour. Most of
                                                                                        are necessary. Ritenour must , have §50.000 next year ; to        with most of the health center's staff supported a small—
 to. sink the ' enemies of Mao Tse.-tun g.                  } |                         com pensate for a 535,000 increase in salaries and increased                                                                                     them , however , had :returned to their ho nes to campaign
       A Broadcast bv Radio Peking yesterday announced the                                                                                                perhaps one or two dollars—increase in tuition to compen-                      for the upcoming primary elections. He <;id tal k to a- rep-
  ;                                                                                     operational costs , he said. The money must come from the         sate for .increased R itenour expenses. To charge individual
 text of a note issued exactly " a year before — on iMay                                students, he said , since the University can not afford! to                                                                                      resentative associated with Governor Shafer 's " Master Plan
 16, 1966 — bv the Communist '[party Central Committee,                                                                                                   stadents as much as S15 per day, he said , wou ld make both                    for Education. The representative said that it is unlikely
                                                                                        cover the cost alone.                           ,
 tel ling of the "overthrow of a Cultural Revolutionary Com-                                                                                     '
                                                                                            j The voting booths used in student elections will ! be
                                                                                                                                                     |  | the job of the doctors harder by forcing th'em to consider                     t h a t the state legislature will be able or" willing to place
 mittee then headed by Peng Chen , the first Politburoirank                                                                                               the students ' pocketbook in recommending jtreatment, and                      the same amount of pressure on the University on the Rite-
                                                                                        used for the referendum, and will be placed at various j
 victim of Red China 's long power struggle. .              \                                                                                             discourage students from using the health center 's facilities.                nour issue as it did in protest of the ' rei n statement of Na-
                                                                                        locations on campus. Special facilities will be provided lor
       Peng Chen , until last year . the chairman of the Pe ki ng                                                                                              Long emphasized that USG is not interested specifically                    tional Defense Loans, since the Riterjour situation is
                                                                                        the town and fraternity men.                         i     • !  I in the
 part v Municipal Committee and t h u s mayor of Peking,                                                                                                        .Ritenour issue, but in the more general trend toward                    "purel y local."                              '
 has been denounced in wall newspapers of Mao" s| Red

 Guards and , paraded through the capital's streets in dis-
 grace. But no organ of the official press had yet attacked
 him or any of the other accused "foes of Mao Tse-tung s
                                    ¦ :
 thinking " by name.                                       ;

                                                                                                                                                                                                         Student Union
     1     Marines Attack Red Artillery              in DMZ             j
     SAIGON — U.S. Marines : battled through banana
 groves and underbrush in an effort to root out entrenched
 North Vietnamese regulars menacin g Con Thien. a forward
 command post two miles south 6f the demilitarized zone.
     Con Thien and the artillery base at Gio Linh. seven
 miles to the east, were maj o r - t a r g e t s of shelling by Com-                                                                                                                                                 By RICKY FEIIKE                    - "The fact that he doe? want students to
 munist guns " and mortars f i r i n g -from enplacements buried                                                                                                                                                                                    assume responsibility in '' this area and is
 deeo w ithin the demilitarized zone.                           ••                                                                                                                                             Collegian USG Reporter                                                -
     Reinforcements aided a battalion of the 9th Marine                                                                                                                                                 Speaking ilast night at the WDFM press      interested in having studi-nt opinion voiced
 Regiment that had borne the brunt of the fighting and re-                                                                                                                                         conference, Undergraduate Student Govern-        is indicative of Lewis' mc od," Long said.
 ported 30 men killed and 173 wounded in the last;three                                                                                                                                                                                                   In addition , the Un versify Senate is
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ment President J effrey Long discussed the
 O.BYS.           ;                     ;                        i   . |
                                                                                                                                                                                                   role of the newly formed Student Union in        working on a similar pro-eel to "marry the
     American artillery and bombers rep lied with massive
 counterfire. but needed direct hj ts to destroy the shielded                                                                                                                                      relation to USG and projected plans for com-     two documents ," Long said. Both are expect-
 enemy weapons. Marines regarded the artillery duels as                                                                                                                                            bination of the two book lets that currently     ed to be combined in a sin gle booklet.
 the prelude to bloody fighting. I                     I                                                                                                                                                                                                  Along t he same line, u resolution urging
                                                                                                                                                                                                   dictate rules and regulations for undergrad-
                        •    • ! *                     !                                                                                                                                                                                            that the Senate establish i committee struc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   uate students.!
          DeGavlle Foresees Obstac les for Britain                                                                                                                                                                                                  ture to investigate and d,scuss problems of
       PARIS — Charles de Gaulle; spared the veto yesterday                                                                                                                                             Long also took issue with • rumor that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    student conduct and disci plinary procedure
 in appraising Britain 's new application for membership                                                                                                                                           Town Congressman Bruce Macomber is work-
 in the European Common Markel. De Gaulle seemed a little                                                                                                                                          ing as a "front" for the national organization will be introduced at Thursday night's USG
 less brutal and final . t h a n in, January 1963, when he                                                                                                                                                                                          meeting.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   of the Students for a Democratic Society.
 slammed the "door on British eritry.                   j     |                                                                                                                                                                                           The reso lution sugges-s that the commit-
   | The French president indicated a further period of                                                                                                                                                 Lon g said he views the Student Union as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    tee include members fror .i the Senate com-
 waiting is necessary before various barriers to Britain's                                                                                                                                         a lobby for USG. "It is important that the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    mittees on Student Affair:! Resident Instruc-
 entry can be ' ironed out. Speaking in the Elysee Palace                                                                                                                                          group solidif y itself behind student govern-
 during his semi-annual news conference . -De Gaulle saia^ :                                                                                                                                                                                         tion , Academic, Admiss ons and Athletic
                                                                                                                                                                                                    ment ," he said. Long said he believes the
 "There is not and , moreover, never has been a question                                                                                                                                                                                            Standards Committees an d a ppropriate stu-
 of a veto."                                                                                                                                                                                       group can provide USG with needed con-
                                                        i                         aj                                                                                                                                                                dent government leaders .jn d administrators.
       De Gau lle agreed with-Prime Minister Wilson that the                                                                                                                                       t inual support and with help in the Commis-
 barriers are formidable and concluded with a listing of                                                                                                                                                                                                   The resolution is sponsored by the USG
                                                                                                                                                                                                   sion system, in informing Congressmen about
 alternatives and conditions under which Britain Imight                                                                                                                                                                                              Executive , the Association of Women Stu-
                                                                                                                                                       |*-TW                                       USG actions and in generating support from
 enter the Common Market.-          j                   !     |                                                                                                                                                                                      dents . , the Town Independent Men , and th e
      The catalogue of conditions ihit hard at British hopes.                                                                                                                                       the general student body.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Men 's Residence Council -
 Some considered De Gaulle 's iremarks as masking an                                                                                                                                                               Valuable Function
 eventual veto. 1 High authorities professed to be disappoint!-                                                                                                                                                                                                       Discredits R i m o r s
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Even if the Union continues as a discus-
 ed , although not especially surprised. Wilson 's government                                                                                                  Collegian   Photo by Mikt Urban
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Lon g discredited rumors that Town Con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    sion group, Long said he believes it will serve gressman
 resolved to press on with its application to the end. j                                                                                                                                                                                                           Bruce Macombi'-r is working as ' a
                                                                                                                         Ke ep Pedalin g                                                            a valuable function by throwing out ideas '"front "
                                                                                                                                                                                                    and promotin g dialogue among various "Macomber
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                for the national organization of SDS.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     is too intelli g ent to let ' himself
                       The Nation                                                      THIS WAS THE SCENE yesterday after-
                                                                                       noon as participants in the "Minnie Mouse
                                                                                                                                            racer from Alpha Chi .Omega and Kappa
                                                                                                                                                                                                    groups.         |                                be used as a front for an yone." Long said. "I
                                                                                                                                                                                                         "My personal reaction." he commented, believe Bruce Macomber *
                                !         -                                                                                                 Delta Rho who took the second place prize.                                                                                                 speaks for Bruce
          Pentagon Officials Discount Arms Leak                                        Tricycle Race" sped toward the finish line           Taking third place honors was the roaring               "is that I'd like to see it become very effec- Macomber ." he added.
      WASHINGTON — Two Pentagon officials yesterda                                     in the second event of the Spring Week               cyclist representing.. Pi Beta Phi and                  tive." Long said he hopes the organization            Long called Macombe.r one of the most
 discounted senatorial suggestions t hat J0 .00U automatic                             Fun Olyympics. The speed demon repre-                Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Although they were                 will work through USG. the channel recog- effective congressmen eve;;-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        to come from the
 rifles under sale contract might ifind their way to the Red                           senting Gamma Phi Beta and Sigma Pi                                                                          nized by the University Senate for access to town area. He termed hir-i •¦intelli
                                                                                                                                            not wearing their crash helmets , the girls                                                                                                        gent" and
 Chinese.                                                  ;     .                                                                                                                                  faculty and administrators.
       This . came out when Sen. Mar garet Chase Smith. R j-                           reached the goal line to capture the first           did display their entry number so that bets                                                              "farseeing." Macomber hds added a great
 Maine, to ld Robert A. Brooks     ', assistant secretary ; of the                     place awards. On her heels was the female            could be taken. See story, page 4.                           University Vice President for Student deal to USG in the realm of student discip-
 Army and Ma j. Gen. H. A. Miley. Jr.. director ofj Army                                                                                                                                            Affa irs Charles L. Lewis announced Saturday line . Long said. He mentioned, in particular ,
 material acquisitions, that she and other senators had heard

                                                                                                  Storask a Conclu des
                                                                                                                                                                                                    that the administration will employ a stu- a recent USG bill . Macomber authored , em-
 such rumors. '                                          "I
       Brooks stated at a House Armed Sen-ices subcomj -                                                                                                                                            dent over the summer to study and combine powering the Lega l Awareness Committee to
 miltee hearin g on Monday that an administrative defect                                                                                                                                            the Senate Policies and Rules for Under- retain-a lawyer to give stu dents legal advice.
 had been found in a contract to sell 20,000 M- 16 type rifles                                                                                                                                      graduate Students with the administration- Macomber is chairman, of .the committee.

                                                                                                 AWS Safety Lecture s
 to t he government of Singapore for its security forces.
       Brooks said that the automatic rifles could not posj -                                                                                                                                       produced Guide to University Regulations.              The application dead 'ine has been ex-
 siblv be passed on to the Red Chinese. He added t h a t the                                                                                                                                        The final draff , according to Lewis , will be tended throu gh today fov positions on the
      " of these rifles would not interfere with the one' sched-
 sale                                                                                                                                                                                               submitted to the Senate Committee for Un- USG Commission System.-Applications must
 ule delivery of weapons to troops in Vietnam.         ' j                                                                                                                                          dergraduate Student Affairs for approval in be submitted to the Hetz;l Union Desk by
                         . ¦*-   +      •                 | •                            I can t wait unt il I' m as-    forever. His recommendation          in telephone directories and          the fall.       i                               9 p.m. tonight.
          Railroad Strike Threatens Arbitration                  Bill              saulted ." a coed excla imed as       is to go limp. , as thou gh j un-    on ma il • boxes. They should
                                                                                   she left Frederick Storaska 's        conscious , unt il there is a        travel with people, even in
        . WASHINGTON — Government sources said ij'cster-

                                                                                                                                                                                                           YAF Vietnam Debate Tonight
                                                                                   concludin g self-defense lecture      chance of safely reacting to the     going to the laundry end to
     day a new nationwide railroad strike threat—with Con L                        on Monday. Storaska pointed           assaulter.                                    1
     gress alread y embroiled in one dispute—poses "a potential                                                                                               class in the city, he stressed. A
                                                                                   out in his final lectures given         Unless you are in actual phys-     small dog for early warning
     national emergency—again."                           !     |                  last ni ght for the Association       ical danger , he said , the , as-
          The new strike threat involves some 20.000 conductors                                                                                               of visitors is hel pful , he said.   By WOODROW WENDLING
                                                                                   of Women Stuednts that while          saulter should not be antago-                                                                                      Lozinski is the Second Sec-       After ea .:h spea ker gives a
     and brakemen whose un ion informed the railroad in]-                          a feeling of security was the                                                 In discussing the dangers                                               retary of the Soviet Mission to
                                                                                                                         nized. Storaska also made the        from exhibitionists. Storaska            Collegian S t af f Writer                                             25 m inute? talk, the audience
     dustry about ;10 days ago that a walkout is authorized for                    ma in result he war.ts from his       point that if it is absolutely                                              Valent in Vadimovitch Lozin-        the Un ited Nations. He has
     Jimp ? informed sources said.                        I                                                                                                   said that they are the least                                               frequently debated controver-       will bs ab- e' to question the de-
                                                                                   three-week scries of lectures,        necessary for a girl to walk                                              ski and the Rev; Mr. Raymond
          This dispute could com plicate congressional action on                   the above reaction was not                                                 harmful of all sexual deviants.                                            sial issues in both the General     baters. The Young Americans
                                                                                                                         alone in a secluded area, some-      They are a sign , however , of       J. De Jaegher jwill debate on
     a White House request to order a third delay in a threatened                  what he had in mind.                                                                                            Vietnam at 8 tonight in Schwab.       Assembly ' and the Security         for Freecbm will distribute
                                                                                                                         one should be aware of where         some girl being careless ' and
     strike by 137,000 members of six shopcraft unions, now set                                                          she is going.                                                             Laurence H. Lattman , profes-         Council of the UX. Loz.nski also    var ious pi bhcations . includins
     for June 19.;                                                                     The self-d e f e :i s e expert                                         needlessly enticing potential ex-
                                                          I      |                 quizzed his audience 's reactions                                                                               sor of geomorphology, will mod-       participated in the Cuban misr      pamphlets: from the Depart-
          Congress twice delayed a strike by the shop unions, for;                                                          'Know Your Roommate '             hibitionists and assaulters , he
                                                                                   to var ious assault situations in                                                                               erate the debate, sponsored by        sile talks with Adlai Stevenson.    ment of State diid the American
     20 days and i 47 days, and .is ,now considering a. White                                                              F o r apartment selection ,        pointed ; out . Also, these de-
     House bill to! impose a fur ther delay of 90 days to permit                   his final talk, and also gave         Storaska urged that first a re-      viants will attack youngsters,       the Young Americans for Free-            Father De Jaegher has s p ent    Friends of Vietnam.
                                                                                   safetj - ideas for apartment                                                                                    dom.                                  most of his life in Asia and was      A private dinner will be held
     intensive federal efforts to reach a voluntary settlement. |                                                        lationshi p be established with      so they should be reported ,                                                                                   at the Xitfany Lion Inn before
                                         mandatory solution anc                    selection , appearances by ex-                                             Storaska advised.                      Accordin g to iHarokl Wexler        the personal friend of Ngo
          The bill would provide for-a ,                                                                                 roommates, perhap. by living                                                                                                                        the debate." Guests attendin g
                                                                                                                                                                                                   (3rd-political science - L e v i t-   Dinh Diem from 1950 to 1963.
     bar any union •¦strike or industry lockout if there is nc                     hibition ists and attacks by          with a family for a month , so                  Grou p Attacks
                                                                                                                                                                         |                         town). vice-chairman. YAF                                                 the dinneHwill include the two
     voluntary agreement at the end of the 90 days.                                more than one assaulter.                                                                                                                              He has written more than 100
                                                                                                                         that there is little chance of          Attacks by more than one as-      "As far as I am aware, this                                               speakers, " members of YAF .
               - "                                                                         Assaulter by 'trees '         a rape by a roommate 's ac-                                                                                     publications on Asia , including
                          * * *                                                                                                                               saulter can only be handled by       is the first time a debate has        "The Enemy Within ," a book         and several University profes-
              10,000 Classified As Nuclear Risks                                       In the situation where a          quaintance or .boyfriend, with       a proces s of divide ,and con-       been held between a Soviet of-        about his ex periences with the     sors.      ;
          WASHINGTON — More than 10,000 servicemen and                             woman is alone in a car , far         no one around for protection.        q uer , Storaska emphasized. A       ficial and a private American          Chinese Communist, from 1    937
     civilians havp been classed unreliable and removed from                       Irom houses , and the car                More conc rete recommenda- girl canj convince the leader of            citizen on Vietnam."                  tn 1943.                 '.
                                                                                   breaks down , Storaska advised         tion s are to find a well-lit the grou p that they should be
     positions involving nuclear weapons in the past four years,
     it was learned yesterday.                                 ,                   that the car be made as con-           apartment , away from large alone together and then "do                                                                                            Colle g ian Staf f
          Most of them were merel y reassigned to nonnuclear
     related jobs. ' The shifts were made under a h u m a n re-
                                                                                   spicuous as possible w-rrti the .
                                                                                   lights on. etc.. but that the' per-
                                                                                                                          masses of shrubbery, with a amy with him ." he said. He
                                                                                                                          solid wood door. He said that warned i the coed audience,                 Hillel To Hold Celebration                                               To Meet Toni g ht
     liability program instituted in 1962 when the ; United                        son should hide away from the          photo-eye lights , which auto- "don 't yell next or anything, "             An Israeli ' Independence          Israel" following the show-
     States was -approaching a peak in atomic strength.                            car until responsible help ar-         matically turn on at dusk , can regardless of tempt ition.               Day celebration will be held          ing of "Let My People Go,"
                                                                                   rives. He pointed c; t that "re-                                                                                                                                                        Sue Dishl. editor of The
          Far from sabotage—the Pentagon won 't say here has                                                              be bought with an upkeep of            In attacks by a grou p ;of both   at 7:15 tonight in the Hillel         a movie that traces the de-     Daily Colleg ian, has called
     been an y—the main reasons given for the shifts have been                     search ion assaults on women ,         50c per month for use at the sexes . Storaska waned that the             Foundation on 224 Locust              velopment of Israel from the a general editorial s t a f
     poor a t t i t u d e, lack of motivation , reprimands, overindul-             by trees ." .wh ich l.e has done ,;    apa rtment entrance and car women ia re often more prim-                 Lane. It will be the first such       concentration camps of Eu- meeting U r 7 tonight in the     J
                                                                                   shows that the dan ger of this |      •port. Dead fa.l o bolt locks are itive , since the men have                                                                                               :
     gence in alcohol, negli gence or delinquency in perform-                                                                                                                                      celebration by Hillel of Is-          rope to the present day. His ¦  city roomfof the Collegian's
     ance of dutyi serious involvement with the law. financial                     situation does not lie in the          best for doors , he said , and win- chosen to' attack another wom-       rael' s May 15. 1948 libera-          tal k .will be followed by. Is- offices in ;the basement of
     or fa mily irresponsibility, and. cheating on tests, j                        woods, j                               dows should have wedges so an , rather than being satisfied              tion from Great Britain.              raeli' folk songs and . a per-
                                                                                                                          the y won 't open more than six by their female counterparts.                                                                                  the north swing of Sackett.
         -The h u m a n reliability program generally is a series of                 . If a coed alone in a secluded                                                                                  Rabbi Norman Goldberg,             formance by the Lamachol                 ^
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           The meeting is compulsory
     employment or placement screening tests and continuing                        area is thrown down and an as-         inches.                             Also, he said that discrimi-         who teaches ' Hebrew and              Israeli Dance Group, com- for members
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       of the board of
     job evaluation reports of individuals having access tc                        sau lter! leaps on her. Storaska         Storaska said that single nated-against ethnic g r o u p s             Jewish , civilization at the          posed of 10 University stu- editors, the staff of reporters
     atomic and hydrogen bombs and missiles. .                '                    stressed that the natural re-          women should list their names should not be antagonized; if              University, will speak on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         and members of the spring
                                                                                                                                                              at all possible , since they have                                             Refreshments     will    be
                                                                                   action !to roll over is invalid        as C. II. Jones rather than frustrations from their existing             "The Importance of the Bond                                           term candidates' school.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         served and students, children

                          The State
                                                                                   since 'Jyou can ' t keep rolling       Carol yn M. Jones , for example . rejection.,                            "Retwp en American 'Jews and          and townspeople are invited.

                                                                                           Early Election Results f iraecisive
           Leaders Meet to Settle Telep hon e Str ike
          PHILADELPHIA — Re presentatives of the Bell Tele-
    phone Co. and 11.000 striking installers and repairmen who
    belong to the Federation of Telephone Workers of Penn-
    sylvania met yesterday to try to end a statewide walkout
    by the union.                                           j
          The strike, which bega n Monday in Bucks I County                                  As of Collegian deadline last night , the statewide
    when an emp loyee was suspended for discip linary reasons,                                                                                                 under the law. yes—two to one; 2-A. providing for a con-                  ing members of the Borough Council and a non-partisan '
                                                                                        primary elections tabulations were r u n n i n g slightly in           t i n u i ng legislature, yes—three to one; 3-A, , a revamp ing           citizens league.
    spread across the state yesterday morning. A company offi- '
                                                 ^                                      favor, of the Constitutional Convention issue. With only               of legislature procedures, yes—three to one; 4-A , enabling                                   Tate Over Hemphill
  • cial said calling service was not affected.             t                           335 out of 9,437 precincts reporting, the Convention issue             the Governor and Lt. Gov. to succeed themselves, yes—                          In mayorality races across the Commonwealth , in-
   -i     A company official termed the walkout an "irresponsi-                                                                                                                                                                                            " Philadelphia. James sH.
    ble strike. " I. C. Glendenning, federation president , said the
                                                                                        was ahead by four to three.
                                                                                                                                of the entire
                                                                                                                                                               three to one; 5-A. requiring only 90 days residency for                   cumbent Mayor of                              J. Tate' won
    employee had- been "arbitrarily disciplined ." and pro p osed                             T^iis Convention had the backing                Shafer           voting; rights within the state, yes—three to one; 6-A ,                  easily over his Democratic counterpart ^or the nomina-
    that t he dispute be submitted to arbitration.                                      organization, along with ex-Governors William W. Scran-                enabling the legislature to pass emergency legislation,                    tion of his party.
                                                                                        ton. . George M. Leader and R ichardson Dilworth . former              yes—two to one; 7-A, a repeal of canal laws, yes—two to                        Votin g ran 112,001 for Tate and 56.573 for Alexander
        j The dispute began when an employee was suspended                              mayor of Philadelphia. It will be called this winter to                one ; 8-A. allowing for a $500 million bond ; million bond                 Hemphill, the party backed candidate. =
    for| five and one half hours after he was involved in a
    traffic accident in a company truck.                                                rewrite certain sections of the State 's Constitution. ;The            issue to be floated for land reclamation and preservation,                     The Republican candidate for office, Arlen Specter ,
                                                                                        Convention would be limited to revising the; constitutional            yes—two to one.                                                           is running unopposedl
j WKSWSflsasare-" r? r— '.::• -' i *?v. t — ~, •.'-' i ' WTa
                                 T        *         v,                                  articles dealing with these four areas: taxation and fi-
                                                                                               1                                                                                    Slate Colle ge, StUl Counting
                                                                                                                                                                                                  -                                           In a hotly contested race for mayov in Harrisburg,
                                                                                        nance , judiciary, local government and legislature appor-                      The State College Borough vote for over-the-counter              Councilman Paul E. Doutrich and insurance agent Albert

I                     What 's Inside                         j                          tionment. The delegates will be barred by law from act-
                                                                                        ing on. any proposals dealing with" a graduated income tax.
                                                                                                         Constitutional Amendments
                                                                                                                                                               liquor! sales, as-o f deadline, had riot been counted.
                                                                                                                                                                         This will be the first time since the repeal of Pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         H. Straub were battling for the Republican nomination
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         for the office. Democratic candidate John M, Lynch is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          running unopposed for the office, even" though Harris-
                                                                                               [                                                                hibition ; that town residents have voted for any .    -kind of
                                                                                              On the other eight Constitutional questions, Pennsyl-             liquoi] referendum.- At that tirrfe the town voted in favor               burg hasn 't voted for a Democratic maj yr since 1911.
                                                                                         vania voters were favoring the amendments to the pres-                 of malt beverages but eliminated liquor from the statute                      In Allegheny county, - the Democratic party backed
      FACTS 'N FIGURES                                     PAGE 2                        ent Constitution by margin of two to one.                : <¦          books;.                                  »¦ '                             candidates for commissioner—Leonard =C. Staisey and
      PERSSON^NAMED CAPTAIN"                               PAGE 3                             Voting for the amendments ran: Amendment 1-A, a
                                                                                                                                                                         This issue had the backing of the State College Bar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Thomas J. Foerster w'ere -winning by a margin of three; to
     • THE DATING GAME                        ?            PAGE 4                                                                                                                                                                         one over William D. McClelland and JaiCies Dillon.
                                                                                        declaration that all Commonwealth residents are equal                   tendeis Association and other town organizations includ-                                                     —by Gharloi Redmond
                                                             EDITORIAL OPINION                                                                                                                                                                                    Richard Wiesenhu lf er
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       To Your Good Health                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Fads n
       The new policy of charging $10 a day for room
  and board at Ritenour Health' Center must not! be
  put into effect on SeptJ 17. It is obvious that it could
                                                                                                 \    •To support the new policy as it stands on page
                                                                                                 24 of the' University Bulletin calling for a charge of
                                                                                                 S10 a day for the first five days of treatment and $15
                                                                                                                                                                                                              r"                                    There usually comes a time in every undergraduate's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              stay at this University when he becomes either completely
  have disastrous effects ! on the welfare of every stu-                                         a day thereafter;                                                                                                                            indifferent to his educational environment :or completely
  dent at the University, ;for if students are faced with                                                                                                                                                                                      obsessed by it.                                   ' ,/ ,
                                                                                                     •To levy a flat fee on every student, presumably                                                                                               In tangible terms, the first- group usually leaves for
  such a ; prohibitive charge, it is more than likely they                                       to be added on to the students ' tuition bill;                                                                                               good by the end of its freshman year, brandishing a cumu-
  simply; will not take advantage of the health center's
                                                                                                     •Orj to take $3 a year from everyone's general                                                                                           lative average somewhere between .9 and'U; the other
  facilities. In the communal environment of our resi-                                           deposit, j                                                                                                                                   group is the walking-talking edition of thi; Encyclopedia
  dence halls,- epidemics would be j the natural result.                                          I   The |  third choice seems like the path of least                                                                                        Britannica with belt-hooked slide rules fer those tricky
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               computations that pop up every day.- -           r

       We are told that Ritenour 'needs money. Fifty                                             resistance. The general deposit is sitting there any-                                                                                                                                "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Then too there.are those who plug alon ;; m the middle
  thousand dollars' worth. And we are told it cannot                                             way. If students have to pay for Ritenour ' { services,
                                                                                                                                             s                                                                                                                                                   ns
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               course. Much of the time I find myself in t . last area
  come , from anyone but the students. The 'administra-                                          then it certainly makes more sense to take it from the                                                                                             I've spent nine terms at Penn State, tut it was only
  tion has reached its peak; it simply cannot accommo-                                           general deposit than to charge exorbitant rates for                                                                                          last week that I realized just how muc-i Ive become
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               oriented to, or if you prefer, mdoctxmalec? by. its educa-

  da te the extra expenses that will be incurred with                                            individual visits.                                                                                                                           tional system — a system that insists a student must know
  the raise in salaries of -Ritenour's professional staff.                                         I  It is j wrong for student health and well being to                                                                                       only facts, not necessarily experience ldeys — io gel a
       It is a sad situation' indeed when the state univer-                                      be subverted by purely business-oriented administra-                                                                                          dgexee. And, all along, I thought I wasn t cooperating by
  sity has to start charg ing its students, not just ifor                                        tion indiscretion.                                                                                                                            refusing to memorize those useless details, ind getting C s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               and D's in Bi Sci courses.

  certain athletic,events, but especially for medical aid.
       Nevertheless, the money is needed 'arid at least                                             j Students must speak , must let the administration                                                                                             But, last week, I saw that my determination to buck
                                                                                                 know how they feel about this latest idiocy.                                                                                                  this particular part of the system has bi 'en a pleasant
  for the time being students . will be burdened with                                                                                                                                                                                         delusion.                                 .       '          .
                                                                                                    | And I on the same hand , the administration must
  more and more charges.                     ;                                                                                                                                                                                                      At the end of one very interesting class session, -I

                                                                                                 not onlyj listen but RESPOND to the needs of the
       But the solution the administration has come up                                                                                                                                                                                                                       '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               mentioned to a friend 'that I enj oy the tourse, nnd it
                                                                                                 students.1                                     !                                                                                           '^stimulating, interesting, but useless. Strangely, 1 found
  with to remed y Ritenour 's financial problem cer-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            "' that the prof wasn 't throwing out facts to he memorized—

                                                                                                                       Letters To
   tainly is not(the best alternative.'                                                                                                                                                                                                        no good, solid , concrete; boring facts—just ideas instead.
       Obviously the rule was not made with the needs                                                                                                                                                                                          And, just how was I going to study for a tes t in this course
  and wants of the . students in mind. Obviously busi-                                                                                                                                                                                        when I have to think, instead of photograp hically memo-

                                                                                                                      The Editor                                                         ' qM*r;s^J*
  ness expedience was the key factor in the decision.                                                                                                                                                                                         rizing pages of notes? Can I use ideas when=.I graduate.
       Yet President Walker now says he is willing to                                                                                                                                                                                               My friend launched into a lecture of hVw my connec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               tion between ideas and their uselessness is ian- educational
  hear what the students*have to ssjy about the matter;                                                                                                                  "Do you have anything with the filter in the middle, so               antithesis. The lightning ' struck. I rea lly have, slipped into
  he is-willing to listen.             j                                                                                                                                               jroo can't light the wrong end?"                        the educational system after all. Maybe I can place the
        Therefore we must talk, and! we must talk loud-                                                                                                                                                                                        blame on all the exciting and diverting activities State Col-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              lege offers to distract Us from any such academic aware-
   ly and we must talk effectively. J                                                                                 Another          Alle ged Failure                                                                                       ness.                                                   •
       One of the , most effective ways to express stu-                                                                                                                                                                                             That night I chainsmoked my way through three books
  dent feelings toward the Ritenour!atrocity is through
   the USG referendum Wednesday and Thursday of
                                                                                                 TO THE EDIT OR: Last week, The Daily Collegian reported
                                                                                                 a |story concerning a Mr . George who was worried over
                                                                                                 the alleged failure of the Collegian to present both sides
                                                                                                                                                                            TODAY ON CAMPUS                                                    and endless pages of notes for a test       in another course-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              not so enjoyable, stimulating or interesting. Yes, Iwas
                           .                                                                      of a story, print certain letters,, etc. Mr. George was                                                                                      able to memorize enough facts to adequately answer the
  nextlweek.                     ,     j                                                                                                                                                                                                       multiple choice questions the next day, but as I sat late
                                                                                                  answered by former Collegian Editor William F. Lee with             Association of Women Stu-               HUB                                                                               '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     information, the old doubts
          Students will have three choices:                                                      a |threat that there hail better be concrete proof of such              dents, 6:30 p.m., 203 Hetzel Lutheran Student Vespers, into the night pouring over this Yawning through the test
                                                                                                 charges. ¦                 I                                            Union Building                                                        about the system came , back.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              6:30 p.m., Eisenhower Cha- ^the next day, I came to -the stark conclusion that , there is
                        61 Years of Editorial Freedom                                               I I submit the above as simple background for an ob-              B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-             pel                                                I can do i about the situatioij .
                                                                                                                                                                         tion Israel Independence Marine Selection Team, 8 really nothing

      Mt lattii aWUwriatt
                                                                                                 servation which occurred to me while reading Tuesday's.
                                                                                                  (May 16) Collegian: Nowhere was there to be found a                    Day celebration, 7ii5 p.m.,          a.m., 218 HUB                         This newspaper has; repeatedly advocated some kind
                                                                                                 reference to last Sunday's march in New York supporting                 Hillel                             Nittany Grotto, 7:30 p.m., 121 of restructured educational process from a r.evamped finals
                                                                                                 U[S. servicemen in Vietnam. Estimates of the number of               Chess Club, 7 p.m., HUB                 Mineral Industries               exam period to required! senior seminars. In a light vein,
                 Successor to The Free Lance, est. 2887                                          people who participated in the march range from 250,000                .cardroom ,                         Penn State Sportscar Club, a columnist has periodically printed trivia quizzes at the
                                                                                                 tcj 750,000;' so, even though "might does not always make            Circle '  -'K"i 8:30 p.m ., 217         7:30 p.m., 214-215-216 HUB
P u blished ! Tuesdayfhrou s h Saturday during thi Fait, WIntir and Sorin g Tarmi                right," the, march must be considered a newsworthy item                 HUB                                                                   end of the term to get students "into the sprit" for finals.
and once weekly on Thursdays during June, July and August. The Saturday                                                                                                                                     Phi Eta Sigma, 5 p.m., HUB
edition Is a tabloid featuring -the arts. The Daily Collegian is I student-operat ed             by virtue of the very number of marchers.             '              Class of '70 Advisory Botrd             ballroom                         But, no amount of laughable trivia quizzes and serious pro-
newspaper. Second class postage paid at stat e College, Pa. I6J0I. circulati on, « ,50.o.            | Several weeks ago, when a large number of people                  meeting, . 7:30 p.m., Ill ROTC Rangers meeting, 7:30 posals seem to have had any real effect. - ,
                                                                                                 marched in New York, San Francisco, and elsewhere, pro-
                         Mail Subscription Price: S7.»t a year                                   testing the war in Vietnam, we were regaled with front-                 Boucke                               p.m., 205 Wagner                      Although proposals for non-credit courses taken on
                  Mailing Address - Box «47, State ¦ College, P«. 1«0I
          Editorial and Business Offi ce — Basement 01 Sackett (North End)                       page coverage, editorial page coverage, and a full page              Committee on Tribunal In- Un dergraduate Student Gov- a voluntary basis and taught outside the cl issroom, and a
                                    Phone   - 815-3511   I                                       pictorial story. Perhaps this extensive report can b* justi-            vestigation, 3 p.m., 217             ernment, 9:30 p.m., HUB pass-fail grading system for a certain nunyper of elective
        Business office hours: Monday throug h Friday. »:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.                       fi ed partially by the fact that Penn State studenti par-               HUB         !                        ballroom                         courses, <do have merit, these proposals sk;rt the idea of
                                                                                                 ticipated in the anti-war march, and because the war in              Ecumenical Council, 9 p.m., USG Cultural Congress, 7
                    Member of        The Associated Prest                                        Vietna m is cer tain l y of interest to everyone. But what are          213 HUB j                            p.m., "213 HUB                   bringing Wnn State's emphasis oh learning to a meaning,
          SUE DIEHL
                                                                                                 the justifications for ignoring completel y the march on             Educational Student Council, Women's Chorus, 6 p.m., ful level. The majority of students will still not experience
                                       «^S&„             iALLAN FRIEDMAN                         Sunday? |                                                               6:30 p.m.; 217-218 HUB                                                 education in its true form even under lhe-se additions to
                                       ^esa^             i Business Manager                           ¦                                                                                                       HUB , assembly hall
          j Editor                                                                                   | If the editors of the Collegian are to follow the "party       Intervarsity Christian Fel- Woody crest Tutoring, 7:45 the system.
                                                                                                 line " of an admitted minority, then they should find                   lowship, ; 6:30 p.m., 215
Board ^ot Editors: Editorial Editor, Julie Moshlniky; City Editors, Leslie Kay
                                                                                                 anbther outlet for their feelings instead of through a                                                       p.m., 218 HUB                          It is axiomatic that a professor can't tois around ideas
and Jackie Snyder; News Editors. Andrea Fallen and Rich Wiesenhutter.
Sports Editor, Paul Levine; A ssistant Sports Edit or, B rian Healy.                             nejn.-spaperj under their control , which is purported to be                                                                                   when 500 faces stare blankly at him in tetween frantic
Photog raphy Editor, Mike Urban.                    I
      THIS EDITION: Wi re Editor, Ruth Fredmond; Rim Editor, Paul Rivadue.                       the voice of the student bod y. Perhaps if the blanket of                                                                                      notetaking sessions. That, I suppose, is ;n unavoidable
           I          Rkki Jo Kauflrnan, Assistant Business Manager
Board of Managers : Local Advertising Manager, Ed Fromkin; Credit Co-Managers,
                                                                                                 security/money given by the Board of Trustees were lifted
                                                                                                 from the eyes, of the Collegian , then it would seem that
                                                                                                 Mr. George 's charge is not so outrageous as was assumed,
                                                                                                                                                                                  WDFM Schedule                                                 problem in mass education. However, the s juration is dif-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ferent in smal lerr classes. One of my professors is teaching
Bill Fowler and Judy Soltls; Assistant Credit Manager, George Geib; Classified
Advertising Manager, Patty Rissinger; Prom otion and Public Relations Manager ,                  and maybe Mr. Lee could see concrete proof in what he                                                                                          his course along the lines of concepts and ideas. Another,
Ro n ald j Resnikoff;   National Advertising Managers/ Mary Ann Ross ' and Linda
Mailer; I Office Manager, Karen Leopard ; Circ ulati on Manager, Ken Gottschall.
                                                                                                 dees not find in Tuesday's Collegian. To print both sides            4-4 :05 p.m. WDFM News                  tinued)                          with an equal opportunity, unfortunately,- i; not.
                                                                                 •               of |a story lis the fairest policy, but is the Collegian doing       4:05-6 p.m. Music of the Mas- 7:45-8 p.m. — Collage (Univer-                   It's frustrating to think thai universities exist where
PAGFtWO                                         WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, {967.                         this. Or is the Collegian turning into the voice of anti-               ters (Wolf , Bernstein . Bach,       sity Readers)                                                                       "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   really encouraged. It's ever, more frustra-
                                                                                                 Vietnam sentiment.                                                      Beethoven , Elgar, Dvorak). 8-10 p.m. — Two ion the Aisle thoughts aren't
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        'll have to keep on takir.g these courses
                                                                                                     |         I                 Jon A. K alpanov '67                 6-6:05 p.m. — WDFM News                 (music from Broadway) "I ting to think that we
                                   LETTER POLICY                                         <        (Editor 's tf ote: The marcli was held on Saturd ay: and no         6:05-7 p.m. — After Six (pop-           Had a Bill"                       and belching out information from our iletail-crammed
     ThB Daily Colleg ian accepts letters to the Editor regarding Colla gian news '              one from the University was there , to the knowledge of                 ular, easy-listening)              10-10:05 p.m. — WDFM News           heads as long as we 're here. But the realization that all
 coverage or editonal policy and camp us or non-campus affairs. Letters must be!                 our staff . [Therefore , there was no first-hand coverage            7-7:15 p.m. — Dateline News 10:05-12 -nidnigh'.
 typew ritten, no more than two pages in lengt h, and! should be brought to the officii          available as in the anti-war march. Secondly, there was                 (comprehensive campus , na-                          — Symphonic this cramming and study goes for a grade v»nd an average
 of The Daily Coll egian in person so thai identification of fh * writer can btj
check ed. If letters are receivtd by mail, The COUestan will contact the sfsner
                                                                                                 ;iojcoD erage Monday night by The Associated Press , prob-              tional and international news,       Notebook ( B e e t h o v e n , with no enduring feeling;of satisfaction and vhich will mean
fo r verificalion. The Daily Collegian reserves the' right to select which letters                ably becaiise the story was sent out f o r Sunday and Mon-             sports, and weather.)                Brahms , Debussy. Dukas)          nothing to the outside world 10 years from^'now, is, sadly,
wilt be published and to edit letters for stylo and conlent .                                    d ay p apers.)                                                       7:15-7:45 p.m. — After Six (con- 12-1     2:05 a.m. — WDFK News           the most frustrating thought of all.

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      A Pause
    To Remember            By PAUL LEVINE
                                                                     1   i         i

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mickey is MVP
                        Collegian Spor ts Bailor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Junior Jeff Persson was elected Penn fitate basketball
           It was a cold;-bluster y Thanksgiving Day in 1921.                                                                                                                                                                                                 captain for 1967-68 yesterday at the cageri annual spring
    A piercing wind swept through northeastern Pennsyl-                                                                                                                                                                                                       picnic.                    J
    vania and it bit through the wool sweatsuits of the                                                                                                                                                                                                            The 6-3 native of Sharon led the Joh n :Egli coached
3   athletes.                                j                                                                                                                                                                                                                cagers this past season,' hitting at a 17.5 clip, as the Lions
           By the time the ten-mile Berwick Marathon - had                                                                                                                                                                                                    compiled a 10-14 average, their worse since;1955-56.
    started , a blinding snowstorm was gusting in the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Strong Driver
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   A strong driver, with a deadly outside shot and all the
    runners ' faces. Only the hardiest of fans ever saw the                                                                                                                                                                                                   moves in the book , Persso 'n's best showings were against
    finish. Even fewer knew the name of the young, blond                                                                                                                                                                                                      Oregon State (33 points), Colgate (32 points)' and Duke with
    winner who wore the Blue and White of Penn State                                                                                                                                                                                                          27 points. He was elected by his fellow teari members and
    and was the first collegian ever to' win the race.                                                                                                                                                                                                        will be the only senior.starter on the squacf next year.
           More was to be heard of him however, when three                                                                                                                                                                                                         Penn State's 6-9 center and co-captain for- the past
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              season, Paul Mickey, was honored with two awards at the
    years later, John (Blondy) Romig, Iran again, this time                                                                                                                                                                                                   festivities. The native of Lemont received the "Joe Egli
    in Par is. No longer representing his alma mater , Romig                                                                                                                                                                                                  Award" as the most valuable player for 1966-67. The award
    now wore a jersey emblazoned, "U.S.A." He competed in                                                                                                                                                                                                     is named after coach Egli's son , and Mickey's brother-in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              law, who was killed two years ago in a motorcycle-truck
    the 5,000 meter run at the 1924 Olympics and, four years                                                                                                                                                                                                  collison.                 !   !     :
    later, in Amsterdam, represented the United States in                                                                                                                                                                                                          Now working in personnel for-"U.S. Steel in Pittsburgh,
    the 10,000-meler event.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mickey improved steadily during his two and one half year
           "Romig was Penn State 's fi rst great Olymp ic run-                                                                                                                                                                                                varsity career at State, breaching his peak at the end of last
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              season.                  j                            ,
    ner," track coach John Lucas said yesterday.. "He's a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mickey Averaged 11.5
    fine example of the many Penn State Olympians who
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   During the past cainpaign.'he averaged 11.5 points on
    went on toidistinction in their later life. Romj g is pres-                                                                                                                                                                                               the season (third highest) and was the leading rebounder
|   ently on the Board of Trustees of the University."                                                                                                                                                                                                        with 268 or just under ; 12 per game. His btt st scoring per-
           The reason for the reminiscing centers around this                                                                                                                                                                                                 formances were 24 against Georgia and 2.) against West
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Virginia. .                      •'            « '
    Saturday 's festivities at Beaver Stadium when nine of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mickey also received the "Samuel Crabtree Memorial
    Penn State's seventeen track Olympians will be honored                                                                                                                                                                                                    Award " as outstanding player of the year,. The award is
    at the third annual Big .Four meet.                                                                                                                                                                                                                       presented by the proprietors of Crabtree Jij welers, name d
           The quadrangular competition pits State against                                                                                                                                                                                                    after their father.           j                 -
    old rivals Syracuse, Pittsburgh and West Virginia, but
                                                                             NORWOOD "BARNEV'j EWELL, most famous name in                                        i   ond in the 100 and 220-melar dashes. Ewell ' and eight                                        The "Unsung Hero of the Year Award", was.presented
                                                                             Penn Stale track history, places first in the 1940 1C4A                             i   other Penn Stale Olympians will be honored Saturday at                                   to senior reserve Ralph Guyton."                   *
    the highlight of the affair promises to be the appearance                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               i.           •
                                                                             109-yard dash. Ewell became an Olympic gold medal                                       the Big Four track meet in Beaver Stadium. {See "A                                                              i    I                .
    of the Olympians.
*                                                                            winner "eight years later, at age 31, when he ran on the                                Pause To Remember.)
           The idea was the brainchild of Lucas, who has long                United Slates 400-meter relay team. He also placed sec-
    been interested in the Olympics. His doctoral disserta-

                                                                             LaXer s Handle d , 19-8
    tion, "The History and Philosophy of Modern Olymp ic
    Ga mes" revealed much of Lucas' insights into the cen-
    turies old spectacle.
           "When Iiwas a competing athlete, th ere was nothing
    more in the world I wanted than to be in the Olympics,"
    Lucas recalls. "In both my chances—1948 and 1952—I was                                                                    to say the least—19-8 loss for Fenn                                       shots from the Cortland stickmen,
                                                                                         By MEL MOTLEY
    beaten in the trials by Penn State runners. Afterwards,                                                                   State to a team that would probabl y                                      registering 23 saves. In comparison,
    I cursed the name of Penn State and cursed the names                             Collegian Sports Writer
                                                                                                                               have been undefeated had it not been                                     State got off a meager 17 shots in the
                                                                                   Farmers and other naturalists of           for a few careless mistakes against                                       game, hitting on eight.
    of its athletes. Of-" course, since then I've chan ged my                this rural I section of Americana are             Cornell—the Ivy League kings—in                                               "A! lot of our mistakes were due
    mind about Penn State, but my love for the Olympics                      probably bursting with joy over the              their opening game.                                                       to the real fine play of Cortland ," Pen-
    remains." i                                                          s40 days and 40 nights 'of rain we have                    "In addition to being a real strong                                 cek said after the game. "They moved
                                                                         j been having recently. But to a coach                team ," said Pencek, "Cortland had a                                     so well! and;aggressively that they got
           Lucas isj bringing the old Olympians back to their            jof an outdoor spring' sports team , it's            real great day. They looked even                                          away with a lot of things they usually
    alma mater partly to stimulate interest in the Big Four          i   j for the ducks.               1                     stronger than Maryland (who beat                                          don't. They passed so hard I didn't
    competition, but mostly to pay tribute to some of Penn                <'       For example, take the Penn State            State 17-0 and are perennial Eastern                                     see how they could possibly handle
    State 's greatest athletes.                                          Jlacrosse team and its coach Dick Pen-               powers) and everything they did was                                       the ball. It was just incredible."
                                                             '           cek .           j                                     golden."                                                                      Eleven of the Cortland players
           "This is a wonderful chance 'fo 'r some old teammates           j       Until the weather man fli pped his               Fred Felser led the way for Cort-                                   were remnants of fne New York
    to get together," Lucas said yesterday. "They're coming              ( barometer ! and the stock in arks went             land registering eight points on five                                     school's football team now finished
    from all over the country to be here."                               ;up, .Pencek' s young injury-ridden la-               goals and three assists. Ted Rose was                                    with spring practice, and according to
                                                                             crosse team , wasn't doing too badly.             right behind with three goals ' and one                                  Pencek "they could really hit."
           B esides R om ig, gold med al w in ner, Norwood "Bar-             They were '3'3 on the season, having              assist followed by Paul Kowalski with                                              , Salt on the Wound
    ney" Ewell will be among the honored Lion greats.                        upset highly rated Rutgers while drop-           three goals and one assist. Joe Blank                                          Toi make matters even worse, the-
                                                                             ping a one goal affair to an equally             also whi pped in three goals! for the                                     Cortland team is coached by Fred
    Ewell achieved his life-long ambition of winning a gold                  as im pressive team from; Syracuse .
    medal, when, at age 31, he ran on the champion 400-                                                                       winners.                        i                                         Pisano who' served as Pencek's assist-
                                                                                           The Rains Came           ..                 Second Period Disastrous                                         ant in 1952 at Penn State.
    meter relay team in the London Olymp ics of 1948. That

                                                                                   Then the rains came , wiping 'out                The Cortland Staters overwhelmed                                         "They used the same type of game
    same year , he won silver medals in the 100 and 200-                     any chance of prolonged practice. The             the Lions in the second period with                                      pla n a s w e did ," said Pencek, "only
    meter dashes.                                                            result was a May 10 6-4 loss to a Le-            nine j goals to Penn State's two after                                    they played it better."
                                                                           ihigh tcani that in regular conditions              closing the first frame with a 3-2 lead:                                      The Lion stickmen will attempt to
           "Ewell is a legendary character ," Lucas said. "Track           j would have been annhilated by the                                                                                          get back on the proverbial comeback                   JEFF PERSSON (right), was elected captain of the 1967-
                                                                                                                               The scoring in the second half was 7-4                                                                                         '68 Penn Stale basketball team yesterday ,
    and Field News has called him 'one of the 10 greatest                  -lovely lady lexers of White Hall.                 for Cort land.                                                            trail this weekend against 1 the Hens of                                                           at the cagers'
    sprinters that ever lived.' He had the most phenomenal                 ;      Last j Saturday, the rain soaked                  Joe Corman was one of the few                                       Delaware at the lacrosse field behind                  annual team picnic. Paul JMickey (left), starting center
                                                                             laxers from University Park traveled              bright spots for State, now 3-5, as he                                   East Halls. And if the weather holds
$   start of any sprinter ia history. Back in the 1930' s, when              to Cortland State College ' in New York           scored four times. Bob'Schoepflin lent                                   up. the game will be played as if it
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               and co-captain of last season 's squad, received two tro-
    they began to measure neuromuscular reactions, Ewell                     to play against a team that had a 9-1            a helping hand with two goals and                                         were the beginning of a : brand new                    phies as the most valuable player of the year and out-
    had the fastest reflexes ever measured.                                'record and had beaten the weather by              four assists while sophomore John                                         season.                                                standing player of the year. Basketball huad coach John
                                                                            ipracticingj in a fiel d house especially          Matthews and Hank Kaczowka scored                                             "Considering the rain and a 10                    Egli. who presented": the awards, is standing.
         . "He still holds the worl d record of 5.1 seconds for             j built for them and the track team. For           one 1 goal apiece.               \                                       day lay-off. we're really rusty," Pen-
    the 50-yard dash. I can 't think of any record that's as                jat Cort land Stale, in the heart of la-                Penn State goalie Jim McGuone                                       cek said. "We 're going to have to start
                                                                           j crosse country, lacrosse comes first.
    old as that one. Nobody 's been able to break it or even
    equal it — not Bob Hayes or any of the rest.
                                                                            1 ' The score was a disheartening—
                                                                                                                               came close to being driven insane in
                                                                                                                               the game as he was peppered with 58
                                                                                                                                                                                                         all over again from scratch as if it
                                                                                                                                                                                                         were' March all over again."                                                                   - Ay TO -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  PARTS • ACCESSORIES

                                                                                                                                                                       Netmen Trave l
           "Barney. was continually betting how fast he could
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Western Auto
                                                                                Williams On Streak
    run ," Lucas said. "One day in practice he gave a team-
    mate a thirty-yard headstart in a 300-yard dash. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   112 S. PHASER ST.
    bet was a coke and a haircut and not only did Barney                               j '              !                           :

                                                                                Hannum Divorced                                                                       To Lehigh Today
    win, but he set an unofficial world record of 30 seconds
    fl at."
           Al Helffrich , a gold medal winner from Greenwich,
    Conn., will also be honored. A two-time Olympian, Helf-                         NEW YORK (/P) — Billy Williams is going wild in
    frich first made the team in 1920 as a Penn State fresh-                 the 'West ! while giving definite indicatons of regaining a                               A rivalry which dates iback                    State contingent into today 's
    man. In 1924, be won his gold medal as a member of the                   postion as one of the National League's rhost consistent                                to 1915 will be renewed today                    battle. The Lion!junior has lost
                                                                             hitters, i                                                                              as the Penn Cla tennis team                      only one match this season and
     winning 1600-meter relay team;                                                                                                                                  travels to Lehigh . The Engi-                    will be looking for victory num-
           The latest Olympian making the sentimental jour-                       j The Chicago Cubs {outfielder cracked out five hits                               neers hold the edge in the                       ber nine.
                                                                             in |five trips in Sunday 's second game at Los Angeles
    ney to his alma mater is Bill Ashenfelfer , a 3000-meter                 and had four safeties in five tries Monday in San Fran-                                 series 17-12. but the State squad                      Felice In Second Slot
     steeplechaser at Helsinki in 1952. Bill is half of a Penn               cisco.                     '•                 '¦                                        blanked Lehigh last year, 9-0.                     Joe Felice will be in the sec-
                                                                                         |                                                                             Returning from last season 's
     State brother-act; his brother, Horace, won the steeple-                     | The jtwo-game outburst capped a 13-for-30 week's                                 Lehigh team are lettenneh Bob                    ond singles' slot and" will join
     chase at Helsinki.                                                      performance fhat lifted Williams into fourth place in                                   Mallimson. their number one                      with Obando to form the first
      • - The greatest broad jumper in Penn Slate history.                   the NL batting race with a .356 mark . He slumped to                                    player, and Dave Smith ,: prob-                  doubles team.
                                                                             .276 last season after finishing with .315 in 1965 and .312                             able number three man for to-
    Al Bates, will also take part in the festivities. Bates, who             in 1964. j                 !                                                            day 's contest.
     now lives, in Philadelphia, won a bronze medal in 1928                         Pittsburgh's Roberto CleVnente continued to set the                                        Pakistani Star
     with a lean of 24-10%.                                                  pa :e, however. He had three homers, a double and seven                                   Najmus Salam , a sophomore
            Schuyler Enck, a member of a Penn State and Penn                 RBI's in JMonday night 's game against Cincinnati , hiking                              from East Pakistan is the most
                                                                              his batting mark to .390 and his runs batted in to a                                                                                    ROOMS and PARKING
     Relays world record two-mile relay team, placed third                    leading 24.                                                                            highly regarded newcomer on                                  i

     in the 1324 Olympics in the 800-meter run. Enck will                                                                                                            the Engineer varsity and might                           for !
                                                                                 ) Rusti- Staub of Houston climbed into second place in                              be found in the first singles
     return to team up with his four teammates from the                       batting with .368.                                                                     spot for today 's contest. 1                     Summer and! Fall terms
     Paris Olympics.                           1                               ¦ LOS] ANGELES (/P)\ — Alex Hannum , coach of the
                                                                                |                                                                                      A total of five Engineer let-
            Anoiher 'of the returning 1924 stars is Charles "Crip"            world champion Philadelphia 76ers of the National                                      termen are back from last                            North and South
     Moore, a 110-meter high hurdler, j Moore didn't win a                    Basketball Association. \ was divorced yesterday by his                                year 's 5-6 squad.                                     of Campus.
                                                                              wife' Dorothy who charged him with being "cold and                                       Lehigh coach Bob Chiodi
     medal, but 24 years later, his son placed first in the 400-              indifferent."          . ij                                                            hopes to make his first season
     meter' hurdles in London.                                                  I
                                                                                | Mrs. Hannum told Superior Court Judge Jerry Pacht                                  above the .500 mark. In three                          Phone 238-1330
            Bill Cox, a distance runner in 1924, and Larry                    that her husband was away from home most of the time.                                  seasons he has compiled a 10-11
     Shields, a 1920 Olympian , will also be honored. Shields                                                            >
                                                                                ! The couple was married in 1943. ¦ They separated                                   record. • .
                                                                              May 4, 1966.              i              •
                                                                                                                       _                                               Mario Obando will lead the
     won a bronze medal in the 1500-meter run at Antwerp.
          " For present-day track buffs and old-timers alike,                          *     *r   "*"       r , nnnnnnn r \ t
                                                                                                            ft n r t n n r t r \ r \n r r \nro r mrn r it o \ rn oto orot o O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O
                                                                                                                                             t r t if ~ r r n t r r ,
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                                                                               Last week Newcastle House o
      it should be a track weekend supreme. It will be a day                 of) East ( Halls beat Easton o
                                                                             House (East) 52-10 in ah IM o
      to cheer for a Beam , a Cabiati and a Rockwell, but for
      those who can remember the legendary exploits of
                                                                             seftball game. Last night, the o                        Phi Mu j So rority
                                                                             men from Newcastle lost to o
      Barney Ewell, et al , it will be a nostalgic day—a pause               Pctt'-towri House (Hast) | 4M. o
                                                                                                            o                    w ill sell refreshments
      to rememhpr                      '¦   i                                That's the way it goes, sports o                                                                                                                   Security
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                                                                                                                                    Girls Blast Imma turit y, Perso nality Faults

                    By CHARLES REDMOND
                                            Men Rate Low on Coeds ' Date Lis ts                             but "there is just nothing novel to do in State College."                                      much time trying to impress the girl. "Most men are too                        of discontent among several other coeds. "I have found
                                                                                                            I     "Boys won'f spend any; money and girls deserve to                                        concerned with the cool image, and so , to keep from blow-                     it rather difficult to meet boys since my first year up here.
                      Collegian Staff Writer                                                                have a little more than the weekly jammyj in jeans and                                         ing their cools, t hey take a defeatist attitude and lack in-                  I tried to meet;them at the HUB jammies but found that
   {Editor's Note: This is the second in In three part series ex-                                            Ihe Char Pit afterwards. The situation at home is entirely                                                                                                                   all th ey were interested in was. a fast pick-up." remarked
   pressing th e findings of a recent poll determining the dating                                                                                                                                          dividuality," a senior coed noted.                  !
   habits and noting the comments of the Penn State coed.                                                    different , boys get dressed up and take their girls places .]'                                    Well-mannered, unsophisticated , stereotyped "airheads"                   a sophomore, i
                                                                                                             were the candid remarks of another senior sorority sister.                                    is what several coeds j said when refering to the Penn                              Opinion was strong that the boys . were generally
           Part 3 will deal with specific answers the girls o f f e r to                                         ¦Moving to the next category of complaints , one out-                                                                                                                    "afraid" to ask girls for dates in either the classrooms or
   counter act the sit-in ratio.)           i                                                                                                                                                              State male. The problem , as summed up by a junior
   i     ' Just what does your date think of you. guys? .If the                                              spoken ' punier ; said: "I almost care, Penn State men sire                                   sororit y girl, is that most girls mature faster than guys.                    dinin g rooms.
   candid comments of 400 girls picked as part of aTecent                                                   immature phonies or rejects or both, j They should shape                                       This, she said , creates a terrible social friction. "As of now                     Another coed blamed the classroom situation on the
   survey are indicative, Penn State men do not rate very                                                   up or up or ship out ." Tliis same girl is steadily dating a                                   I can find no solution," she conceded.            i                            fact that classes are too large. "You never- sit beside the
   highly on a coed's "ideal" list.         I                                                               Penn State man.                            i                                                        Moving on to the question as to whether beauty is                         same person twice," she said.
                                                                                                                  "The men are too often of the p super-cool ski-cat                                       really only skin deep, one coed suggested that ugl y peop le                                          Too Many Mixers
   i       The gripes the girls listed can! be broken down into                                              variety, a lot of sharp girls just don 't Want to waste their                                 date ugly people. "Most , or many, Penn State males com-                            This same 'coed said there was an overabundance of
    several categories of complaints. Tlie most prevalent com-                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the jammie-tyn'e mixers. "All you can do is to stand and
    plaint is of "no new places to go. nothing but the same old
                                                                                                             time ori them. In genera l, the intelligence and caliber of                                   plain about the coeds who are always shooting them down
                                                                                                             girls seems much higher than that of boys here. The boys,                                     or breaking dates at . the last minute. Buti when was the                      dance or drink beer, you can 't even carry on a decent con-
     part ies." The next category breaks down into actually two                                              wit h few exceptions, are still playing the role of high                                      last time these guys looked in a mirror. They are usually                      versation because trie band is too loud ," she said.
    —personality complaints and immaturity. The next most                                                    school kids," a junior Greek coed said, i                                                     the hurting ones, 'but they won 't ask out ugly girls, they                         Still another comp laint was found in the approach the
     frequent complaint of the coeds is "all the guys are after                                                   At ileast one coed was somewhat gracious towards the                                     want to date the tough broads. I think it's time these ugly                    men used for dates. Not one coed polled expressed pleasure
     is beauties." Several coeds felt the guys didn 't make ample                                             men. She said: "I find Penn State men j shallow and boring,                                  ducklings wised up," she said.                                                 over bei n g asked . "Are you doing anything, say Fr iday
     use of the opportunities to meet giris.                                                                                                                                                                                                                j
                                                                                                             though I nice."                                                                                                      I 'Less-Than-Lovely'      |                             night?" One went so far as to say, "I al ways want to
           Beginning with the first complaint , one coed, a sopho-                                                                   'Sex and Booze' j                                                          Another coed blame      's the whole situation on the guys.               reply Yes, I'm planning on free-jumping from a height of
     more sororit y sister, said. "I appreciate most a date who                                                   The majority of the girls polled found the Penn State                                    She said:    "Most guys scorn a girl because she is a little                   6.000 feet and then runnin g around campus 60 times!"
     ban think of something different to do; The continual chain                                              male too "preoccupied with sex and booze." Said one coed ,                                   too tall , or short , or skinny, or plump. She [may be intelli-                     One coed :came up with a unique approach to the
     of fraternity parties and jammies gets pretty boring after                                               "The reason half the girls sit-in is that they are tired                                      gent, kind, lots of I fun ,, eager to please, but because she                 dating problem.; A junior sorority girl said , "Someone
     the first term."                       I '                                                               of being man-handled every time they go out."                                                has less-than-lovely-limbs, the guys pass her up."                             should tell the freshman women that they aren't God's
     j     Another, coed , this time a junior sorority sister, said                                               Many other coeds said the men are egotistic children                                          One junior polled remarked , "Ugly is only skin deep."                    gift to upperclassmen. Upperclassmen should date upper-
     the problem wasn't lack of originality on the date's part .                                              when it comes to taking a date out . 'and they spend too                                          The problem of finding or getting dates was the reason                    r l ass women " '

             Pubols lakes                                                                                                                                    Spring Week Bows In                                                                                                                      Correc tion
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The University 's Muslin Stu-

             Faculty Post
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            TODAY & THURSDAY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           dents' Association will spon-
                                                                                                                                                      By JOHN SHORT                                                            and ' Sigma Pi came in first in the event.                  sor a lecture on '- "Islam and                    at 7:00 - 9:15 P.M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Their representative was trailed by the racer               Christianity" at 7:30 p.m., to-

                                                                                                                                                    CoIIeoian Staff Writer                                                     from Alpha Chi Omega and Kappa Delta'
                                                                                                                                           With a brisk wind chilling! the spectators ,                                                                                                    morrow in 209 Home Econom-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Rho who captured the second place position.

              At Hershey
                                                                                                                                      the Spring Week Fun Olympics made its                                                                                                                ics South. The Daily Collegian
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Finishing with third place honors was the                   incorrectly reported the date
                                                                                                                                      debut yesterday as fraternities, sororities,                                             representative from Pi Beta Phi and Sigma
                                                                                                                                      residence halls and town independents par-                                                                                                           of the lecture as tonight.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Alpha Epsilon.
                                                                                                                                      ticipat ed i n t he r aces , mazes, obstacle
                                                                                                                                      courses^ and chicken chases. |                                                                Feathers flew in a frantic skirmish as
    [Benjamin H. Pubols Jr.,                      1961 to 1964 until he joined                                                                                                                                                 particip ants dashed about : in the "Donald
                                                                                                                                           In the "Incredible Journey" event, a                                                Duck Chicken Chase." Results of the event
 on the faculty of the depart-                    the University staff.                                                               maze where a girl and man from each team
 ment of zoology and staff of                                                                                                                                                                                                  showed that Alpha Epsilon Phi and Kappa
                                                     Last year at the University                                                      crawled attached to each other, Delta Zeta                                               Sigma had the fastest •¦"chicken chaser." as                                                              PETER SELLERS .• URSULA JWDRESS
 t rie animal behavioral re-                      Pubols was awarded a three-                                                         and Phi Sigma Kappa took first place honors.                                             their representative took first place honors.                                                             DAVID NIVEN-WOODY ALLEN
 search laboratory at the Uni-                    year, : 560,600 research grant                                                      Two groups tied for the second position. They                                                                                                                                                      JOANNA PETTET ¦ORSON WELLES
 versity, has been named to                       from I the National Institute                                                       were Delta Gamma and Tau Kappa Epsilon                                                        Al pha Gamma Delta j and Sigma Phi                                                                   DALIAH tAVI - c..,.,.,DEBORAH KERR
 the faculty of the Univer-                       of Neurological Diseases and                                                        along with Kappa Alpha Theta and Phi                                                     Epsilon were second place winners ; Pottsvill e                                                           WILLIAM H010EN - CHARLES BUYER
 sity's College of Medicine at                    Blindness which now will be                                                         Gamma Delta.                                                                             House took third place honors.                                                                            JEAN-PAUL BELHI0MD0
 The Milton S. Hershey Medi-                                                                                                                                         j                                                              The final event of the afternoon . "Ad-
                                                  continued at the Medical                                                                 Two groups also tied for the event 's                                                                                                                                                         GEORGE RAFT-JOHN HUSTON
 cal Center.!                                     Center.                                                                             third position. They were Kappa Delta and                                                ventureland ," proved to be a fun-filled frantic
    [The appointment as- assist-                      Nervous System Study                                                            Phi Kappa Tau along with Gamma Phi Beta                                                  race against time as one girl and one man                                                                 TERENCE COOPER-BARBA RA B0UCHE1
 ant professor of anatomy was                                                                                                         and Sigma Pi.                ' I                                                          from each team crawled over walls, under
                                                     Bryce C. Munger, profes-                                                                                                                                                   barriers , thro u gh bo xe s, and under water
 announced i y e s t e r d a y by-                sor and chairman of the de-
 George T. [Harrell , dean and                                                                                                             Alpha Sigma Alpha and P»hi Delta Theta                                               balloons. .
                                                  partment of anatomy at the                                                          captured the first place honors in "West w a r d
 director. . "Pubols graduated                    Medicjal Center, said , that at                                                     Ho! The Wagons," a race in which four men                                                     Showing the best time. K a ppa Delta a n d

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           fl FiSIfUL
 with a bachelor of arts de-                      Hershey, Pubols will "con-                              BENJAMINE H. PUBOLS                                                                                                   Phi Kappa Tau captured first place honors
 gree in psychology from the                                                                                                          carried a seated girl on a chariot. Although
                                                  tinue j study physiologic sen-                                                      there were a few spills, most ' of the contes-                                            in the event , Tying for second place honors
 University : of Virginia in                      sory components of the ner-                             Pubols is a member of Phi tants said they were delighted Iwith the event.                                             were Sigma Sigma Sigma and Theta Delta
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           rf DOLLARS
 1953 and earned M.S. and                         vous system, especially those                         Beta Kappa , Sigma Xi. Psy-        Second place honors went to Kappa Al-                                                Chi along with West Halls.' Pi Beta Phi and
 Ph.D . degrees in 1955 and                       r elate ' to touch , in an at-
                                                          d                                             chonomic Society and the pha Theta and Phi Gamma Delta. Sigma Sig-
 1957 from the University of                                                                            American Association of An-                                                                                             Sigma Alpha Epsilon merited the third place
                                                  tempt! to understand the
 Wisconsin. While at Wiscon-
 sin he was a National Science
                                                 -mechanism of sensory inte-                            atomists. He has authored 19 ma Sig m a and The t a D el t a C hi t ook thi r d                                         award.                ,       '       j                               SATURD A Y
                                                  gration by the spinal cord                            publications in the fields of place in this event.                                                                           C. P. Lang, mayor of State College, pre-
 Foundation Predoctoral Fel-                      and brain." Pubols also will                          comparative neurology and          Peddling desperately against time, girls                                             sented the awards.' Ribbons and Char Pit                         Pavilion       8         p.m
 low.                                             teachj neurobiology to first-                         psychology.                   were pitted against each other in the "Min-                                               Chicken prizes were also give to the winners                             865-6309
     He then served as assistant                  year medical students.                                   Mrs.i Pubols has a Knapp
  professor of psychology at                         Working with Pubols in his                         Fellowship and a National nie Mouse Tricycle Race." Gamma Phi Beta                                                      in the chicken chase contest.
 Utah State: University and at                     research will be his wife ,                          Science Foundation Coopera-                                                                                                                                                       raHflB^^ tt ^H^^ Kft ^flS^^ B^B^B^HBiB^^
 the University of Miami,                         Lillian Menges Pubols. "!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   S. D. S.
                                                                            Mrs.                        tive Fellowship at Wisconsin.                                                                                                                                                     B                 People Read             ft
 Florida. He was a Special                        Pubols received a bachelor of                         She is a member of Phi Beta       DAILY COLLEGIAN                                                                                                                                 B                  Smal l. Ads       ;'   E
 Fellow of , the National In-                     arts degree in psychology in                          Kappa and Psi Chi. She has           CLASSIFIED AD                                                                                                                                qj          You're Rea ding One Now! j    §
 stitute o f 'Neuro logical Dis-
 eases and j Blindness at the
                                                  1961 |from Douglass College
                                                   of Rutgers University and
                                                                                                        co-authored two articles in
                                                                                                        comparative anatomy w i t h
                                                                                                                                              10:30 A.M. Day

 Laboratory, of Neurophysiol-                     then learned her masters and                          her husband. They will live
 ogy at the [University of Wis-                   Ph.D.' degrees from the^SJni-                         with their infant daughter in
 consin Medical School from                       versity of Wisconsin.                                 Hershey.                                                         wBX ^B S
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   *• i C O L L E G I A N                                                                         [CLA SSIFIEDS                                                                          —                             GOOD                            WONDERFUL

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         STARTS TOMORROW 5/7/9 P.M
                                                                FOR SALE                                               i FOR RENT           j                       .WANTED                           j
                                                                                                                                                                                                           * * TIMES,
                                                                                                                                                                                                           fe wnwnrRwiT. _.                          Piatad jodTuccMii oy IIOHEL R0C0S1

                                                                                                                                                     J                                                                                                                                                   A TOP-NOTCH PUZZLER!
   ;  CLASSIFIED -                                                       "
                                                 MOTORCYCLES . FOR sALE. Complete                      ROOMS FOR RENT for girls or par-
                                                                                                                                                                                                           ask       •PIlwK 'K - - i£SL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    TWO CONTROVERSIAL                                         A RA RE THRILLER IN
  ADVERTISING POLICY                             service. Two Wheels Cycle Shop, U1
                                                 E._ Callege Ave. 238-1193.
                                                                                    I                  ents for Spring Week or graduation. WANTED: FEMALE roommate summer;
                                                                                                                                                                                                           T taUti jiU BiecW t* Wtti. KQG03S T
                                                                                                       Phone _ 238-0S00.            [        t erm with or without apartment. Call                                                                    ANTI-WAR Fr MS                                     THE VERY BEST SENSE!"
     I         DEADLINE                          SUZ JJkTaND YAMAHA Motorcycles for                    2-MAN     APARTMENT. Air-conditioned. Mary after 6 pm. 237-2052.                                     GOOD TIMES,WONDEBFULTWES
                                                 sale. Two Wheels Cycle Shop. Come see                 Garden House. Available June. Call after
                                                                                                                                                  ROOMMATE - WANTED — starting Fall
                                                                                                                                                                                                            j "SATIRIC THRUST at                            TONIGHT

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 thc steennG cw
         10:30 A.M. Day Before                   our new models. 238-1193.                             5:00 p.m. ! 238-1309.    _____ ! _         Term in spacious Blue Bell apartmenti
               P ublication                      ART SALE. Paintings, Drawings, Cer-                   LARGE      3-ROOM,     3-man    apartment. Enaineering or science major preferred!
                                                                                                                                                                                                             the smugness complacency                   THURSDAY AND
                                                 amics, Sculpture. Trudie at        105 E.             Summer, tall ontion. Central ' location. Call Ra y, 865-9609, or Terry, 865-9770. |
                                                 Nittany Ave. 237-7427.                                Parking.    Suitable   graduate (Students.                                                            and stupidity of people who                FRIDAY - 8 P. M.
                                                                          ~                            237-7792, 237-7246.                        FEMALE ROOMMATE to share air}
                                                 I960 'AUSTiN^*                                                                          , I
    irst Insertion (17 word maximum) 75c                          EALEY      0cb7^^echani-                           ~     ~~                     conditioned apartment one-half block!                      do not grasp the anguish,
    ach additiona l consecutive                  cally good. Best offer over S625. Serious             FURNISHED 2-3 MAN. Apartment , one from campus for summer term . Must                                                                              MAY 17, 18, 19 .
   isertion                          25c         inquiries only. Call 355-3105 after 5:30. i           block from campus, summer ' only. SB5 be quiet and neat. Phone 865-6806.                              horror and desolatio n that
                                                                     - _ "
                                                                      "        ~ ~                     month. Tom 865-9754 or Lee 865-0085.                                              j                                                                 121 SPARKS
   iach additional 3 words . 05c per day         PIANO PLAYERS — buy a Farfi5a[                                                               ^                                                              may be caused by war and
                                                 Compact Organ—still guaranteed. Fine                  2-3 MAN University foyers Apartment, WANTED: FEMALE Roommate for sunv
         ;   Cash Basis Only!                    condition. Call Ron 233-1696.                         summer     term. Rent     reduction^  $135 mer term for apartment. Good location!                      warmongers."                             ADMISSION - 75e
                                                                                                       month, furnished. 238-8226.                Contact Margie 238-1397.                                               MOWTHEI. N. Y. TIMES
         i   No Personal Ads!                 VESPA 150 Motor Scooter. Good condi-j                                    -
                                              tion. Gra duating, must sell. Best offer EFFICIENCY                        FURNISHED, -sublet for JUNE OR PAST GRADUATES seeking
                                              takes it. Call Guy 238-8151. .                       | summer. West College near Atherton. full-time employment within the,                        imme-

                                              BRTDGE    STONi       175    dual-twin.
                                              offer over S400. 238-4730 evenings.
                                                                                            Best      565.00. Call ,Jerr y -238-6371.
                                                                                                   J SUMMER I       TERM—Whitehall Apartment.
                                                                                                                                                   I      . diate area in Electronic Engineering,
                                                                                                                                                              Operations Research, Mathematics, Ap-
                                                                                                                                                              plied Physics, Psychology and Systems
                                                                                                                                                                                                                KOffosm r ums prn.rm
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Jamas Cam oron
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Starring SiMOriE S1GN0RET
      9:30 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.                                                         ~
                                                                   THERLIGHf 7x 3T~~ T Desperate!] Will reduce rates : drastically. Engineering. Call Mr. Dunlop at 237-7908
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       and YVES MONTAND
                                              BUSHNELL FE^~                                   b:
     Monday through Friday                    noculars. Reconditioned at a cost of T V . included. Free pool. Call Larry after 6:00.
                                                                                                      238-7978. ,                          --
                                              $22.00. Only $50.00, case Included. Scott                                             ~         _ _

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    DAVID tM
         !" Basement of Sackett               865-7763.                                               NICE COr^ FORTABLE                 oom- I Parking GIRL TO SHARE apartment for summer
                                              MGA , I960; very eood jhape; many available. I Car necessary. 237-2156. $10 term. Private room. Call 238-0439 after
         i      North Win e                                  ,
                                              extras ; spring      sacrifice
                                              terested? Call 865-0592.
                                                                                 at S625. In- week.               j
                                                                                                      APARTMENT FOR RENT — summer . ROOMMATE | WANTED
                                                                                                                                                              6 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                        summer term
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      LAST TIMES
                                              MOTORCYCLE—H ON DA S-9o7~ Exce I
                                              condition. Call Ed 237-7940.
                                                                                             lent     Seven rooms. Reasonable. Across from
                                                                                                   I campus. Call 238-6193.
                                                                                                                                     (      , J
                                                                                                                                                              only. S125 total term: includes TV, air-
                                                                                                                                                              conditioner, private bath, dishwasher,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          fJ VI \mJL \mLtmJL k
                                                                                                                         ~    ~~

                                                                                                     ;FoirVENT7 ~ odern Efficiency Apart- everything but a pool. Call Pete 236-
                FOR SALE                                         FOR RENT                         !|
                                                                                                     Iment summer term. Comfortable. Rea- 8978, Park Forest Villa (brand new).

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   JYE WITNESS
                                                                                                     sonable. Call 238-7646. j              ! j
                                                                                                                                                              NEEDED—MALE Roomie, summer term .
 1965 ALL-STATE Scooter 125 cc. Excel- MINIATURE GOLF COURSE for entirel FOR SUMMER with - o ption for fall.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    B IT W X
                                                                                                                                                              One bedroom. $45'mo. 126 E. Fairmount
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          «^^4^^4 » ^W
 lent condition. Best otter. Must sell. Call evening or afternoon. New party idea!]
                                                                                                     J2   and 3 1 room furnished ja partments. between Pugh and Allen. Call Phil 865-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 »                                                              W       V .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 NORTH ¥ IE T NAM
237-7515.         :                            Group rates. For arrangements phone!                  [Close to j campus. Parking; Complete 7454.
 STUDENTS : WE PROVIDE , insurance 23B-6633.                                                      | )!kitchen. Suitable grad' students. Quiet.
 coverage for autos, motorcycles motor- FREE — ONE MONTH Rent—for sOrri- ' Call 237-7792 or 237-7246.                                       , j ___           ROOMMATE WANTED for next fall and
 scooters, accidents, l  ife, valuables, con- mer, fully furnished, two bedroom, two> AMBASSADOR                                                              or this summer in new Bluebell Apart-
                                                                                                                          air-conditioned 2 man
 tact lens. Mr. Temeles 23B-6433.              bath. Call Charlie or Linus 238-5805. j I Apartmenti for summer; term with pos-
                                                                                                                                                              ment. Call Al 237-3044.                        NOT CENSORED OS EDITED BY ANY GOVERNMENT IN THE WORLD
                             -       ~              -                             ~        ~
 MUST SELL 1965 Honda 5(f tnis month. TWO BEDROOM Apartment Fully fur|-;sible fatlj option.                                      Excellent
                                                                                                                                                              WANTED: ROOMMATE for fall term to                                   Tickets Available Ground Floor HUB
Will sacrifice! Les 865-4427 or 865-0351 nishad with stereo and television. For! Rent reduction. Call 238-4855. |                                             share apartment, 522 E. College. $60
 until midnight.                                                                                                         "
                                               summer term. Swimming pool; tennfs MODERN f AIR CONDITIONED Apart- monthly. Everything included. 10 month
                                               courts. 4140 per month. Call Elliot 238- ment, summer term plus option for lease. Barry 865-0107.

                                                                                                                                                                                                           STATE Theatre
 1964 , HONDA 305 c c. Scrambler. Ex- 1952.'                                 :                   | .. tease. Call Ed 237-7940.                   '
cellent condition. Call evenings Monday                                                                                                  ~
 thru iThursday. Joe 238-BB36.                 TWO BEDROOM, furnished apartment 'UNIVERSITY TOWERS — 2-3 man Apt.;
                                               close to campus. Available summpr and summer term ; 4th floor, good view;                                                  LOST
 I 960 DODGE four door sedan; V-8 auto- next year. Reduced summer rent . Call extra shelf space. 238-4178. Rentjdiscount.
 matic. Good condition. Reasonable price. 238-5454.                                                          ~            ~            "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  HOW SHOWING . . . 2:00-4:30 ^7:00-9: 30
 Highest offer. Call Mike 237-2669.                       _ __      _ ^~                               RENT SUMMER TERm onlyT.Furnished PLEASE RETURN C. P.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         FEATURE TIME:- 1:15 - 5:00 ¦ 8:30                                       " Of fllI% e3roadway
                                                  "                                 '-
                                               sTl 9^PARmENTl^r5Wmon tn sumrner Efficiency ! Apartment ,in Atherton Apts. Sacke tt near room 225 5-11-67 second
                          Foik Guitar, B-25 term. June rent free, parking free. Onty —2 blocks from campus. S80/mo^238-4668.
                                                                                                                                   '                                                     O. taken from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    '                                                                 'Muskal ComediesThat Ew'Ma ^
 natural, one year old. Excellent condi- two ' blocks from campus. Three mant
 tion. slSO Call Lawrie 865-5980.                                                                     APARTMENT 'i block from '" campus.
                                                                                                                                                              period. No questions asked. 865-5506.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      SEE THIS PRODUCTION FROM THE START                                         The Screen Stag OuT-Sbtimirf Succeeds LUoe"Soccee<n
             ^       -         ~       ~       size, ideal for two. Call 236-5378.               ( 590 per month. Summer term. Call John S1C0 REWARD for return or clues lead-
 FOR SALE: 1?55 WG-TF: Engine body TWO BEDROOM furnished apartment. 233-0737 or Jerry 865-0761.                                                >              ing to return of Buffet Clarinet taken

 in good sha pe; transmission needs re- One block from campus. Free parking.                                                                                  from Music Building.* 865-9298
 pair. , S1500 or best offer. 237-7340.                                                                3 MAN, 3 bedroom,' furnished, private
                                               S70 per month. Joe or Dave 238-8336/i

                                                                                                                                                                                                               WINNER OF fi ACADEMY AWARDS!
                                ~    _
                -   " -    "                                                                           parking, private " yard, summer term. NEWLY                       PINNED careless coed       losl
 wisTvESPA G.s . 160 « with extras! ONE BEDROOM " A partment " for "
                              .                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  THE DAVID SWIFT
                                                                                            si - Incredibly ! cheap. 238-0887. Near campus. TEP pin, vicinity of White Building.
 Good! condition. Call Barry 238-2339.
                     ~       —                 mer or longer. 238-7577.         _                ;                                                            Reward. Call Dianna 865-3028.                                                                                                      PRODUCTION OF -
 HONDA b^EAM Good condition. Will ST ILL HAV E ROOM for one male room-                                            HELP WANTED]
 sell to best offer. Call 238-7526.            mate, summer only. University Towers.                                                                          SILVER BULOVA WATCH between South
      ~         ~            ~
 fiR Es7~    Two 8.45 x 15 Nylon 4-ply on Call , for Information. Very reasonable. INTERVIEWER FOR, University spon- Halts and Forum, May 10. Call 865-4384,
 rims ' Nearly new. S40.00. 237-4556 or 238-4631.                                                1    so red    Research.      Full time, [ summer Jody.
 865-7382.              ~                                                                              Junior or Senior status. Systems Analysis
      -                                         FOR     RENT summer          term—Beautiful and              Accounting      knpw 'edge desirable.
 19M VESPA 175 c c . Good condition one bedroom, fully furnished apartment. Heavy travel. S70 and up/w;eek plus
 wit h windshield and luggage carrier. Dishwasher, pool, air-conditioning. 238- travel allowance. 238-4700 1-4 p.m.

                                                                                                                                                             HereNow.                                                                                                                           FtOBCRT MORSe
 S200. Call Barb, 237-4066 after 6 p.m.        1854.            _                                |                                          ^               "
                                                                                        ™              W AITERsf NEEDEDTTsisma Alpha Mu
 TIRES 5.60 x '147~DuniopTExcellent for SUMMER TERM—furnished one bed- Call 22B-4023.                                        '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 MKHe ieLee
                                                                                                                                 I             |
 MG. Call 237-7401 after 6:00.                 room Apartment—married couple onlyf-
          ~                                                                                                                                   ' "
                      ^                        sub-let. Executive House Apts. Call 238-
                                                                                                                       rATTENTION                                                                                                                                                                                               /T/
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Ru mrvaixee                                 si

 1963 C HEVROLET Convertible, blu & \vh, 2236.
 standard 3-speed, 327 at 250. Excellent
 condition. Best offer. Call evenings 236- ONE BEDROOM Ap artment/ 2 or 3 man. NITTANY PUTT PAR Miniature Golf
 1516                                          5120 per month. Completely furnished. Open Friday 6:00 r 11:00, weekends,
      ^                       ~        "       Cable T.V. Available summer or longer. 2:00 - 11:00 or by appoitment.t Rt. 322.                                        ¦                         ~
 1967 V\v. RecTwithlblack int-rior. radio^ 237-3371 after 6 p.m.                                                                                                                    ~ ^"      s

                                                                                                                                                             ^ ^ Ik LJgi
 wsw, 5 months old, like new. Call 237-                _                                       j       MALE COUNSELORS. Phil               adelphia Day
                                                                     "            ""   ~
 2060.                                         APARTMENT>OR RENT: Fall - Spnnq Camp. N:w. suburbs. Unique responsi-
                                               Wocd paneled; 2' j blocks from Mall. bility in your specialty. Write Blue Bell
  1763 TRIUMPH TR3-A. wir» wheels , 865-6402 between 6 and 8.

 coed fires, overdrive, excellent mechanic-                                                    | Camps, Blue Bell, pa. or locally call
 ally and in appearance. Phone SSS-7956 FURNISHED EFFICIENCY Apartment John~ Harris,_ 23 - : ;. _                         8u                   |       _                                                                                                                                                                  FRIDAY
 or 238., 86.
          -11                                  summer term. Across from South Halls. 6LD J0NAH L7"rD; N A Wl-IALE (so            7

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               FMNT STRIKE S SGalM
                                  "            Ais conditioned, married couple, two they say). You can "LIVE', in the                          '
 1 965 ALFA RoXiebT' hile, 5 speed. women or single guy. Call
                                                                                  233-3233.    ! JAWBONE: your friendly world. Open
.$1600 or best of fer. Will consider trade.
                                                                                                       Tues., Fri. Sa t. at 8. p.m. 415 E. Foster.           1   s'Vl '5BB wiH-^B HP^
  Call 238-3550 after 5.                        OUTSTANDING LOCATION for summer
                                                term—front apartment University Tow- TUTORING IN Spanish and r French—
 VESPA GRAN SPORT 170 cc. 1965. er s, 2-3 man, air conditioning,
 Excellent condition, low mileage. Wind- washer , free utilities. Big                       dish- June through August. Qualified and ex-
                                                                                   reduction in perienced teacher. Call 236-3960 evenings                l        • -"-• v                     :>¦ • !                                                                                         in the Vir gin Island s...
 shield, spare tire. Reasonable price. Call rent. 238-8639.                                                                                                              ne.
                                                                                                                                                         { » Bigger engi (127i> tie)                  |
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               where the bad guys
                                                                                               I        and weekends.          }               J
 Steve 238-9862.                                                                                              ~
                                                FURNISHED APARTMENT. $100 month. HELP MAKE 770 ane betler"]than 7
                                                                                                                        ~ _          ~                 ~
                                                                                                                                                         j »Smoother clutch.        ¦ ],              I
 1066 HONDA Super Hawk, 3D5 c c. Only                                                                                                                     69T                            .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               are girls I
                                                All utilities paid. Available June 15. Come to 111 Boucke (Wednesday/ May 17,
 2.000 miles. Sell or trade for VW. Call Married '
 Al 237<!044.
                                                            couple    only.    Free      laundry at 7:30. |
                                                                                                          _            ~       j           ~   j         j »Quickarid easy folding tfa                j
                                                services. 238-2562.                            j                                                         ~
                                                                                                        ELECT ~6an POSTELl6n President of                  Still the lowest-priced tru«
 MUSTANG Convertible, 1965, burgundy,
                                                                                                                                                         I                                            j
                                                                                                                                                                 >|H i$ports car- : 1 !
                                                                                                        Phi Eta Sigma.         !
 black to p and interior. V-8, std.. power 2 MAN air-condttioned apartment, fur-                                                                |
 top, radio, other options. Driven and nished, for summer term with fall option. FANTASTIC! Caving that is." Movies at                                   j~
                                                                                                                                                                    L                                                                                                                          20th CENTURY-FOX
 cared for sensibly. Excellent condition. Free T.V. cable and parking. June rent Nittany Grotto, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.,                                                                                                                                                                         KM         s

  Selling for financial reasons. Call 238-
 12S5 after 6 p.m.
                                                free. Call 238-1567 between 5:30 and 121 Mineral Industries.
                                                9:00 p m.
ELECTRIC GUITART~Gibson, like new , SUWMER TERM: 1 bedroom furnished
                                                                                                                                                j - -
                                                                                                                                                         I I frll j J Come in ; !
                                                                                                                                                         j SJgy for a           !                                                                 ^ACAftO TONTl rTODUCTiON                      The new... (& Flint adventure...
                                                                                                                                                         I fc?g§aig& tesWrree.- I                                              DAVID LEAN'S FILM
with case, cost S130, .asking S90. Call apartment—University Towers. Utilities,
                                                                                                        :                SUMMER
                                                                                                                                                         i                                            i
233-1857, ask for Herm.                   cable paid. Air-conditioned, dishwasher,
                                          balcony,' television. Discount! Call Ray
1965 TRIMPH Spitfire. Will seli or trade or ,Frank:                                                                I
en late model Corvette. Call 865-5049.
                                                       238-8668.                j                                  iEMPLOYMENT

                                                                                                                                                                                                                        OGI QR ZIJHI A!
1963 CHEVROLET /"      dr Bel Air ^auto- AMBASSADOR— 2 or 3 man apartment
matlc transmission, power steering, r/h, for isummsr term with fall option.. Fur-                           Electrical draftsman    needed   far

new tires. Original owner. Excellent con- nished completely. Air conditioned, 14                            summer. Must be experienced. Local
                                          rooms. Parking. Call 237-7341.                                    area opportunity. Salary to SI00 per
dition. Fred 238-8918.
                                                                                                            week. ;                     t
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