Justice Denies Possibility Kennedy Rejects
Of Easy Asian lake-Over
By Communist Forces
'Wels hing ' Charge
WASHINGTON (/P)—Presi- But "time will see Cuba free STEEL PRICES—Making plain
By ELLEN BRADLEY dent Kenned y pers on all y re- again," to Miro and allAnd heexile he won't over their witli the selec-
The idea that the Communists could easily take over in jected yesterday a charge that leaders to cooperate with this tive increases , he said the com-
Asia just isn't true, U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice he welshed on a promise of a country toward that end. Thus he panies showed "some restraint."
adopted a restrained, conci liatory MISSISSIPPI — He indicated
William 0. Douglas " told a capacity crowd in Schwab last second invasion of Cuba. tone towar d M iro , who re si g ned stron gl y he won't move to cut oft
night. Responding to the angry ac- the presidency of the Cuban Revo- federalb funds from Mississi ppi , as
lutionary Council with a bitter urged y the Federal Civil Rights
Speaking on. "Democracy vs. Communism in Asia," Doug- cusation by exile leader Jose statement that U.S. policy gives Comm ission. T h e government
Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Cas-
las said the Communists are not as powerful as American Miro Cardona , Kenne d y asserte d ,
tro "absolute immunity in the ex-
should not have spending pro-
grams that encourage or permit
propaganda would lead people to believe. "Obviously nobody in the United ecution of Soviet P r e m i e r discrimination , he said , but n
States government ever informed Khrushchev 's sinister designs." "wholesale cutoff is something
"China has recently been on a rampage attack on India Dr. Cardona , or a ny one else , that In a luncheon speech to the else."
wit h out con sult a tion with Russia we would launch an invasion." editors , and in a subsequent ques- LAOS — He e x p r e s s e d the
and her invasion was in part an for village level youngsters. These In a question and answer ex- tion period , Kennedy ranged over "greatest concern " over the situ-
youngsters—in their twenties— change before the American So- such topics as: ation in that Southeast Asian
announcement to Russia from the ciety of Newspaper Editors , Ken- FEDERAL SPENDING—He as-
are doing a grass roots job in country, where the pro-Commun-
Pekin g government," he said. organizing effective democratic nedy reiterated his stand that un- serted vehemently that multibil- ist Pat het Lao has been attacking
In 1957, there was an ideologi- local government , he said. der present circumstances, either lion-dollar slashes in his proposed neutralist forces. The next few
cal break between Red China and an invasion or a blockade would $98.9-billion budget would be "ru- days , he said , should tell whether
Russia , he said. "A REA L transformation of the
face of India has occurred ," he be a mistake of incalculable glob- inous to the security of our nation the Soviet Union and other signa-
"This break was not purely re- al consequences. and our economy ." tories are going to meet their ob-
ligious and ideological. It was lig ations under the Geneva ac-
more closely related to basic The Indian Communists, for ex-
Univers ity Victor y
cord. This guaranteed an indepen-
world strategy," the associate ample, won only five per cent of dent and neutral Laos.
justice added. the seats in the national legisla- More than 750 editors attended
ture at the last election. the luncheon. Because they were
"R USSIA KNOWS that with
"This idea that the Communists spread out over two big hotel
Proclaimed Officia l
her plants and personnel she can
wage war to spread Communism coul d easil y t a k e ov er in Ind ia ban q uet rooms , q ue stion s were
successfully. China doesn't yet just isn 't true ," he said. not asked directl y, but were writ-
have these plants and personnel ten out on slips of paper and then
IN THAILAND, Chinese can-
power, so she must wage the war sorted out according to subject
not hold office unless they are
with troops. third generation Chinese. They By TONI BAURNES Benjamin Novak , Liberal can- matter.
"Red China is a third force have also been barred from em- University Party's victory in didate, said, "Liberal Party stands
Cool, Dry Air
which can make Asian affairs ployment in 32 different trades the Under graduate Student Gov- for something. Our goals out-
pertinent. Its only shortage is oil , there , he said. ernment el ections was d ec l ared lined in our platform remain
which it must get from Russia. official last night by Elections valid wheth er we won or lost.
The starting point to solving The fight shall go on for effec-
"T h at is the one ro p e which Commission Chairman M a r k
the problems which exist in Asia
Schwarz. t i ve , representative, active stu-
Russia has around China. is to have all nations under the dent government."
"China is an outlaw nation United Nations , he said. The official announcement was Cooler and much less humid
with a low standard of living delayed because the commission AFTER BEING informed of his
bound to an autonomous massive "There is no possibility of con- had to investigate the campaign victory Donald Morabito, USG weather is expected in Pennsyl-
war machine on the march," he trollin g the clashes that break expenditures of each p a r t y , vice president-elect , ma d e the vania today and tomorrow. It will
said. peace unless all nations are in following statement: be clear and cold tonight with
India , he sai d, is a democratic the wor ld order ," he said . "I am very grateful to all those frost likel y.
The accounts of University and who worked so hard to ensure Strong and gusty winds are ex-
nation. However, he added , it has "We in America need to get rid Liberal Parties have been cleared ,
been very impoverished and of our Rudyard Kipling complex. my victory at the polls . I hope pected to transport Canadian air
but the Campus Party exceeded that all parties concerned will into Pennsylvania in the woke of
steeped in superstition and ignor- America is very powerfu l ideo- the $150 limit for campaigning
ance. logically because America is the now move to combine talents and last evening 's showers.
and will be docked five per cent efforts for a better USG this year." Litt le or no precipitation is ex-
Recently the Ford . Foundation d octor , nurse , teac h er , engineer of their votes, he said.
established some schools in India and farmer," he said. Charles R eilly, USG treasurer- pected before the middle of next
After learning of his victory, elect , said , " I wou ld l ik e to than k week , since Pennsylvania will be
George Jackson , USG president- everyone very much , particularly dominated by dry Canadian air
elect , sai d , "We appreciate the those who helped ensure our for the next several days.
Proctored Study Hall To Open support and faith given us by the
student body, and we are glad to
see that the Elections Commission
victor y. We will all work as hard Today should he partly sunny,
as possible to ensure a success- windy and cooler with a high of
ful year for USG." 64 degrees. Tonight' s low will be
In Pollock Dining Area Monday
ran such a good campaign." Applications for the position of near 38 degrees.
"WE HOPE THE student body USG secretary will be available Partly sunny skies and pleasant-
will help us by making known Mon day at the Hetzel Union desk , ly mild weather are seen for to-
A co-educational , p r o c t o r e d an outgrowth of recommendations their ideas so that we may have Jackson said. mnrrnw
study hall will open on an ex- made recently by an administra- a successful year in USG," he
perimental basis Monday in dining tive committee, Dean of Men added.
room "A" of Pollock I, the offices Frank J. Simes said yesterday. Jackson said the three execu-
of the dean of men and dean of
women announced yesterday .
The stud y hall wi ll b e o p en
Appointed by President Eric A.
Walker to study campus tensions,
the committee said there was an
tiv e officers would work as a
team to carry out their new re-
sponsibilities and would meet
Unive rs ity Ties Urged
7-11 p.m. every night. Typing will with other parties to discuss
not be permitted, and food may
not be brought into the study
apparent lack of quiet campus
study areas. It recommended that
an experimental study hall be set
worthwhile platform ideas.
Louis Kushner, Cam p us Part y
presidential candidate , said , "My
With Fore ign Institut ions
Proctoring of the study hall will up in a residence area dining hall. congratulations to George Jack-
be done by members of the dean Evaluation of the Pollock study son and Dave Wasson. I've known
of men and dean of women's area will be undertaken at a later George since my freshman year
staffs, aided by members of the date, Simes said. The possibility and he has always done good
stu dent counc il s of Pollock and of ex p and ing this t ype of fac il it y work. I am confident he will do
Nittany residence areas. to other re side nc e a r eas will then an excellent job as USG presi-
The experimental study hall is be considered, he concluded. den t "
Segal Announce s F loat Route
The route for the Spring Week points, third place , 60 points, and in the lot behind Sigma Chi fra-
f loat parade and the deadline for all other groups 30 points for en- ternity on Burrowes.
handing in posters for the poster tering. Judging stands will be located
contest were announced yester- near the cow barns opposite the
day. Posters must be 18"x24" , and
may only be hung in a vertical greenhouses on Curtin, beside the
MONDAY IS t h e d ea dl ine for position. Any material may be Ritenour Health Center on Short- Supreme Court Associate Justice William O. Douglas last
submitting posters for judging in used in making the poster , but the lidge and at the foot of the Mall , night urged that universities "like this one" develop lies with
the Spring Week poster contest. material used may not extend opposite the Corner Room , on foreign universities.
All entries must be turned in be- more than 4" from the face of the College Avenue. Speaking to a large group of students and faculty members at
tw een 9 a.m. and noon in 203 poster. Floats will enter and leave the an informal discussion in the Hetzel Union Lounge, Douglas said
Hetzel Union Building. cam pus by Bigler and University that the best way of promoting the democratic ideals of the United
The posters will be displayed The floats will line up at 2 p.m. Roads and E. Park Avenue. States is through direct people to people relationships. He said that
on the exhi bit boards across from April 27 in the East Halls vicinity, A compulsory meeting for repre- universities can spread this democratic feeling by developing
the trophy case in the HUB until proceed down Curtin Road to sentatives of all groups partici- cooperative programs with universities in other nations.
Mon day, April 29. Judging will Shortlidge, down Shortlidge to pating in Spring Week has been Douglas suggested that American universities send members
take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, Pollock and past the HUB to Bur- scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thursday of their faculty to schools in other nations. The knowledge of these
April 25, and the winners will be rowes Road. in 212 HUB. faculty members would be of great benefit to many of these
announced Awards Night. Turn ing at Burrowes, the pa- Ea ch re pr esentative mu st bring countr ies.
There will be first, second and ra d e , will move along College a written description and a sketch These professors will also have the opportunity to learn a
third place awards in each ,poster Avenue to Shortlidge , return along of his float , Eileen Segal , float great deal about other nations and thus will be better prepared to
category: spectaculars , drama and Sh ortl idg e to Curt in, and disband parade chairman , said. teach students in the United States, the justice said.
musicals. First place winners will near Wagner. Groups not represented at the Douglas said that excellent programs of this type have alread y
receive 100 points toward the A sports car rally will precede meeting will be docked points been carried out by two land grant institutions—Michigan State
overall Spring Week trophy. Sec- the float parade over the same toward the Spring Week trophies, Un iversity and the Universitv of Nebraska.
ond place winners will receive 80 route. Snorts cars will he narked she added.
PAGE TWO TH€ DAILY COLLEGIAN. UNIVERSITY PARK, PENNSYLVANIA SATURDAY , APRIL 20, 1963
Student Attitude Survey a/Jons au cinema BIG DEAN
64% Regard University Eu ri pedes , Mahatm a
with lettuce, onion, catsup
As 'Progressive School ' Featu red On Sc reen and is consumed by a giant water
By SUSAN SEATON percentage of agreement on this By VINCE YOUNG NOW at 2:15-4:39-6:50-9:10
(Th is is the sixt h in a series of
artic les dealing Willi the Stu-
Inadequate funds was con-
The Birds is Here, and it's evi-
In the 1962 version, many of
the names have been changed to
ONE OF THE SEASON'S
sidered by 36 per cent to be the
dent Altitude Survey.)
A large majority of students "most critical problem " at the
Uni versity. Twenty per cent fell
dent that popular opinion feels
they shouldn 't have come at all.
a more contemporary level, and
Hippolytus rides to his death in
Pelswick , Journal American
(71! per cent) believe the Univer- a flashy sports car. The stark
that poor administration was the
sity does not p lace too much That's the impression I receive
m ost serious problem. tragedy is still there in all its
emphasis on serving the state. every time I drop in the Cathaum sombreness, and although An-
There were three items dealing at the sh ow 's finale and listen to
This opinion was discovered in
the Student Altitude Survey, con- with problems of tuition and state
the catcall s from the engineering
sections. The "liberal artists" re-
thony Perkins as the son doesn't
look " like the -type of boy Miss EXCITING!"
dueled in April , 1962, by the Mercouri would even think about , Criat , Herald Tribune
Office of Student Affairs Research. Only one per cent strongly ceived it more graciously. it's still worth your viewing.
Of the 1,049 students polled agreed that "Penn State received
adequate support from the state."
But also competing for your
weekend attendance are two oth-
Now if you have any time (or
money) left , run around the cor-
Winston , N.Y. Post
in the survey, 64 per cent agreed
Forty-nine per cent disagreed , er films worthy of more than a ner for a colorful and picturesque
(hut Perm Slate is a progressive
school. In mast cases an inverse
correlation was found: the higher
while 34 per cent strongly dis-
casual glance. Beginning with the
more impressive, Jules ("Never
re-enactment of the assassination
of Mahatma Ghandi in 1948.
the grade point average , the lower The second item concerned the
tuition at the University. Forty-
On Sunday ") Dassin's updated
rendering of Euripedes' and Ra-
"Nine Hours To Rama " shows
India as onl y cinemascope and EXCITEMENT!
—Cook , World-Telegram
two pe r cent f el t it was too hig h cine's classic "Phaedra " is vivid deluxe color should—high , wide,
while thirty-six per cent felt it proof that Greek tragedy can pass and beautiful. At times, the story
Winter Calls was much too high.
Researchers also asked students
the time barrier.
Husky-voiced Melina Mercouri
degenerates into a cops 'n robbers
on the Indus affair , b ut Horst i- «
whether they thought a tuition interprets the role of Phaedra , Bucholz , as the fanatic Nathuram
Stud ent Jazz increase was justified if the Uni-
versity did not receive enough
who has a tragic affair with Hip-
polytus, her stepson by her weal-
Godse who eventually shoots
Ghandi , plays a difficult rol e with
support from the state. Fifty- thy husband Theseus. This leads finesse and skill. All in all , it's a
'Far Reachina * eight per cent were in agreement
while 42 per cent disagreed.
to her suicide and the son 's death
when he rides off into the sea
terrific week for moviegoing, so
go! BDDl|5r #i
Jazz performed by students for
The Free Lance, first official
students has far-reaching effects ,
22-year-old alto saxman Paul Runkle Hall House Will Hold Tea Penn State student newspaper-
magazine, lasted for 17 years un-
Winter has said. Members of Philadel phia House next year will be available at the til it folded due to deadline and
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"The students are the essential in Runkle Hall will hold a tea tea and also al the Hetzel Union financial burdens.
element , since they control a na- tomorrow afternoon in the house desk until May 12, Gail Talbot ,
tion 's politics now and become lounge from 2 to 4 p.m. for all vice president of the group, said
its lenders later. We feel we can girls interested in a "new type of yesterday. Any freshman , sopho-
favorabl y impress young people dormitory living." more or junior is eligible to apply,
with our music ," he added. Applications to live in the house she added. Kl fWAf "Terrifying and Fascinntini !"
IH V/W . . —Crowther . N.Y. Times
The Paul Winter Sextet , which
loured Latin America last year Toda y 1:15 > 3:19 ' 5:23 - 7:27 ' 9:31
under the sponsorshi p of the
U.S. Slate Department , will give
Mate tu«« *w»
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"IT COULD BE THE MOST TERRIFYING MOTION PICTURE IHAVE EVER MADE! I X ;
ALFRED HITCHCOCK *• J|
a Jazz Club concert at 2 p.m. to-
morrow in the Hetzel Union ball-
Melina Mercour i /Anthon y Perkins N ^v ALFRED Jt » ^m
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Winter last year led his group
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some 27,000 miles through 23
countries , including Haiti , Argen-
tina , Paraguay and Martinique.
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Pro-Commun ists Attack De Gaulle Restates Old Demands
Neutrali st Laotia n Forces PARIS (/P) — President Charles
de Gaulle expressed determina-
tion last night to forge ahead
that is the wherewithal to dis-
suade it from aggression , and
according, to t h e ci rcum st a nces ,
VIENTIANE , Laos (/P)—Path- link Kong Le now has with Vien- with his own nuclear strike force. the wherewithal to contribute to
et Lao pro-Communist forces esti- tiane is an auxiliary air strip near He also kept the door tightly the defense of its allies.
mated 10,000 strong be g an a d rive Moung Pan , three m il es to t h e closed against British entry into "Who knows?" he asked. "This
yesterday to crush the 5,000 neu- north of his headquarters. the European Common Market. may include America."
tralist troops surrounded in the Survival of France in the nu-
strategic Plaine des Jarres. Kong Le ha d furnish ed t h e 1 ,- 0 De Gaulle underscored his in-
000 estimated of Pathet Lao clear age requires a purely French tention of asserting French sov-
The attack wa s announce d by strength. As estimated 250 dissi- national atomic force , the 72-year- ereignty in the Common Market,
a spokesman for neutralist Pre- dent neutralist soldiers are fight- old De Gaulle told a nationwide too, saying that if the six states
mier Prince Souvanna Phouma , in g alongside the Pathet Lao. ra dio-television audience. were dissolved in the customs
who called on Britain and the So- While promising that France union this would "inevitably end
viet Union to take the lead in The spokesman f or Souv a nna would cooperate with its allies in in foreign subjection."
ending the conflict, Phouma said the premier has ap- the Atlantic defense system, De
pealed to Britain and the Soviet Gaulle gave n o hint that he would
The spokesman gave this pic-
ture of the situation in east-cen-
tr al Laos 110 miles north of this
Union, as co-chairmen of the Laos
neutrality conference held in Ge-
extend this cooperation to the
multinational nuclear f o r c e s AUTO -
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capital: the violations of the cease-fire. most of the other NATO allies.
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half-brother, Prince Souphanou-
A French nuclear strike force
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meter of the six-mile-long plateau. Only T h u r s d a y , Souv a nna less of its enemies .
Then they laid down artillery turne d against his f ormer Path et "Taking into account this im-
barrages that forced abandonment Lao allies and accused them of mense and inevitable uncertain-
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PAGE FOUR THt DAILY COLLEGIAN, UNIVERSITY PARK. PENNSYLVANIA .
ATURDAY , APRIL 20, 1963
After the Victo ry-A Challenge
Letters to the Editor
We extend our congratulations to George Jackson , Board Member Backs Customs; Senior Charges
Donald M orabito and Charles Reilly, officers-elect of USG.
By selecting the entire University Party slate for the Idea of HUB Cages Criticized Misco ncep tion
TO THE EDITOR; The Daily Col-
B y Williams
second straight year , it would appear that the student TO THE EDITOR: On Wednesday,
legian editorial of April 18 stated Apri l 17, an articl e appeared in
body is totall y satisfied with the past administration's that freshmen "can become ac- The Daily Collegian from which I
performance and desires to see it continued. climated to the University just as quote, "Two large cages will be TO THE EDITOR: A letter from
well through a good orientation placed outside the HUB in which Gomer R. Williams published in
There is, however, one difference between the two program " as through freshmen uncooperative freshmen will sit Thursday 's Daily Collegian indi-
elections which should not be forgotten by the newly- customs. I do not feel this is true. for periods throughout the day ." cated an extremely shallow un-
While it may be true that fresh- This is to be an additional derstanding, on the writer's part,
elected officers. men can become acquainted with penalty for freshmen customs vi- of the principle of "freedom of the
Because of the Campus-Liberal merger last year, only various aspects of Penn State life olators, the article reported. press."
without customs, how m any of Perhaps this article was over- Williams held that freedom of
two parties partici pa t ed in the elect ion , which was won by them would? looked by many in the midst of the press, as it is interpreted
U niversity Party candidate Dean Wharton. He received According to the editorial , campaign issues, but I think it through the First Amendment,
"Freshmen can learn school songs should be reconsidered by the implies a privilege for members
66 per cent of the total votes. and cheers at pep rallies and foot- s t u d e n t s , especially fraternity of the press which would grant
This year , with three parties actively participating, ball games . . ." But how many men. them immunity from testifying in
will spend time memorizing these In view of the recent pressure court proceedings.
Jacks o n rec e ived a p pr oximatel y 41 per cent of the votes songs and cheers if they can just being levied on fraternities and If Williams had based his "ex-
cast. Liberal Party candidate Benjamin Novak received as easily mumble meaninglessly at their "morally degrading and plorations of the ramifications of
the pep rallies and football games? humiliating" pledge programs, I the Philadelphia Bulletin case"
35 per cent and Campus Party candidate Louis Kushner, Who would learn the locations feel this proposed penalty should upon sound investigation rather
24 per cent. of campus buildings and land- be revoked. than upon emotion — . emotion
marks if he were not called upon W hat cou ld possibly be more de- stemming from an old-fashioned,
Thus it is obvious that University Part y did not to know them? . grading or humiliating than to be Jeffersonian , "libertarian ," phil-
receive as great an endorsement aa it would appear at Indeed , without customs, by the placed on exhibition like an ani- osophy toward the press — ha
winter term most freshmen would mal for people lo ridicule and would have found that outstand-
first glance. know the location of Old Main , degr ade? ing authorities in the United
For th is rea son , we earnestly hope that the new ad- and would be bona fide members Can you imagine what the con- States take quite an opposite
of the student body. But in the sequences would be if a frater- stand.
ministrati on will seriousl y consider the platform s of the meantime, the true student body nity put a pledge in a cage on its Now if Williams prefers to ques-
othe r two parties and work to implement worthwhile would be composed of only a part lawn? t ion the opin ion s of the U nt ed
of the students. I am sure that if the University States Federal Courts, The Wall
projects contained in each. This is not a desirable situation, insists on l i g h t e r , less trying Streel Journal, The Chicago Trib-
For examp le, we would like to see: investigation to and it is the purpose of fresh- pledge programs in fraternities , it une, and Attorney Joseph N.
men customs to avoid it. could not possibly endorse such Welch of the Army-McCarthy
determine th e f e asibility of opening the library on Satur- —Breck Hi t* "outrageous " measures. hearings television fame, that's
day nights; publication of a booklet listing all available Freshman Customs Board I, for one, do not believe in his business.
dual s t andards , especially in a However, he needs to be re-
scholarships and loans; evaluation of the four term system democratic university. If the Uni- minded that in challenging the
with students working with the administration and fac- versity does choose to support this e
opinion of these aut horit i s , ones
ulty; and adoption of a requirement that USG Congress- Thanks Expressed pen alt y, it is contradicting its very
princi ples of conduct and clearl y
which Look magazine in its issue
of May 26, 1959, called "unalter-
showing a bias concerning frater- ably opposed" t o a law gr ant ing
men chair major USG committees.
In addition, of course, we expect lo see work begin on
For Chap el Choir nity affairs. immunity to the press, he is chal-
TO THE EDITOR! I should like What is wrong for one group lenging opinions which represent
a list of faculty members and administrators who are to use your column to express is clearly wrong for another, and n
the utm ost of i ves t igat ion, con-
my thanks to Mrs. Willa Taylor these dual standards should not sideration and, probably, the ut-
Interested in speaking to student groups, and continued be enforced. most of respect for the cherished
and the members of the Univer-
agitation to get permission for women over 21 to be enter- sity Chapel Choir for the very —Adam A. Villone, '65 principle of freedom of the press.
beautiful musical service they —Robert E. Lockhart, '6S — Bernard Nord, '63
tained in apartments downtown. presented this past Easter Sun-
Beca use th e new government is a minority one , it day.
faces the doubly difficult task of making student govern- Although I may be subject to
the sentiment and prejudice in-
Sop homore Takes Fresh Look
ment a trul y forceful organization.
We hope it will meet the challenge.
herent in being a choir alum, the
music of the choir is always a
high spot in my occasional -visits
At Various Aspects of Tens ions
to the Penn Stale campus. TO THE EDITOR: "Tension " are Once we strike out from home,
you as tired of this word as I am? we leave behind a valuable part
In this day when so much hue v
The term system and its tensions of ou rsel es , a trying loss even
A Student-Operate d Newspaper and cry is made about the ugli- have become an integral part of for the most mature and respon-
58 Years of Editorial Freedom ness of our world , I think we owe daily conv ersation. sible.
much gratitude to Mrs. Taylor Every breath of air seems to be This loss leaves too few of us
®1|? latla (Mtoan
and her choir for the beauty and tainted by the constant associa- with anything solid to hold onto.
joy they consistently bring to the tion of tension with the term sys- What's more, many are inexperi-
University community. tem. There certainly is something enced at organizing their lives in
—Robert J. Steele, '58 to this but perhaps it's time to a purposeful and productive man-
Successor to The Free Lance, est. 1887 take a fresh look at this well- ner. Many spend their time un-
Puhlishrd Tuesday through Saturday morning - during the University year. The beaten subject. wisely and become frustrated over
Daily Collegian is a itudent-one iate d newspaper. Entered as aecond-cla ns matter
We don't have a monopoly on everything from a ruined blue-
July 5, 1!I31 at the State College, Pa. Post Office under the act of March S, 1ST*. Campus Beat tension around here; this stuff is book to a ruined romance.
Mail Subscription Prioe i 16.00 a year
spread wide and deep. Moreover, For some , frustrations lead to
Mailing Address — Box 261, State College, Pa. The University recently re- what causes our tension may not dispair; others merely accept their
Edit orial and lluslnt at Office — Basement of Sockeit (North End) ceived an anonymous $11 gift. be so far from the rest of the plight and do little to bring about
Phone — UN 5-2531 The donor sent a note explain- world as you may expect. Both an improvement.
Hours —. Business : 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Editorial i 1J noon to 11 p.m. ing "I wish to pay for some dam- appear to result from disorganiza- The tension is there, gobs of it.
ages I caused many years ago. tion and a need for love and But not everyone is suppressed
Member of The Associated Press Not being sure how lo do so, I security. in a mire of tension. The term
DAVID BOLBACH am sending money to you." Think about it. Most of us are system is the same for these as
_ /a9RS(. HERBERT WITMER If this is the beginning of a new
Editor «^j S&» « Business Manager living far from home, from the it is for everyone else. This seems
trend , I may still get a raise in security therein, from honest love to indicate other possible causes
salary . and proven friendships. Further- of sufficient import; the following
—Prof Wayne more, we like to consider our- are offered for consideration:
LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS v
sel es as being qu ite the m atur e
and responsible adults. •A lack of those things which
WDFM Schedule Think about that too. Did you people need to cling most —- love
ever feel as a younger man or and Inability to organize our daily
SATURDAY , APRIL 20. 196J
woman that you were quite ma- •
1 -M Mid-Day Concert-—Dave Burkh art
to academic pursuits and
ture and responsible, only to find routinedrives.
2:00 Penn State Baseball—vs. Army upon reflection in later years that
5:00 Musio of the Western World—Bob you weren't? Driving at sixteen I do not mean disregard the
Buhlman is a good example for most. effects of the term system, but
7: 00 HI-FI Open House—Grain McCoy And so it may well be that we rather suggest other possible
8:00 Spotlight— Steve Monhelmer aren't so experienced in life as "agencies of tension. After serious
9 :00 Off Beat—popular music we believe, particularly among and honest . consideration , where
llOO The Corner the younger students. This magni- do you place them?
SUNDAY , APRIL it , 1961 fies the possibility of tension. —David Russman, '65
11 :60 Chapel Service—live from Schwab
12:15 Mormon Tabernacle Choir r Then again, > '
liEUHERES AN 0L0 SAVINS,
12:15 Sunday Moods SOME PEOPLE SEEM ¥00 KNOW..1'A L£OPAftD
8 :80 Waxworks T0 MAK6 THESAME CAM'T CHAN6£ H6.5f015!"
4 i00 Sunday Moods MISTAKES YEAR
6:00 Poetry and Music—Dick Allhouse . AFTER idEAft J
7: 00 The Third Programme—Pet * Gano
12:00 Newa—Sound OH
MONDAY , APRIL 1 1961
4ilo The Philadelphia t The Phila. Orch .
Mozart Symphony No. 40
Paganini: Moto Perepetuo *'**¦< rasa "* r&£3 w*v/w*-«
Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance
5:0 0 News
6:00 Citizens Council Forum
WAS M RE/W
6: 15 Weatherscope FOR AN INSULT !
6:20 Operatic Arias—Tina LemieUK
7:30 Two of a Kind—Bob Fisher
7: 15 Highlight ! Campus Issues—Dottl
7:55 News Roundup
8:00 Jb«z Panorama ,
8:55 Sports News
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Air Force ROTC Glee Club , 6:15 is one of five U. S. scientists
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USG Congress on Fine Arts and Cultural Affairs in co-operation with the
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to increase your understanding of this, our mode of musical expression
The CONTEMPOR ARY M USIC FESTIVAL w ill fea tu r e VINCENT
PERSICHETTI , eminent American contemporary composer
Saturday A p ril 20: 1 30—Open Rehearsal with the Blue Band Schwab
2 30—Lecture, "Our American Music "
Mr. Persichetti, 10 Sparks
4 00—Demonstrational Rehearsal, Schwab
8 30—All Persichetti Concert, Schwab
(Vincent Persichetti, Leonard Raver,
Alard String Quartet , Raymond Brown,
Nan Gullo Mann, Overda Page,
Barry Brinsmaid, Phyllis Triolo)
Sunday April 21s 3:00 Blue -Band Concert
Guest Conductor. Vincent Persichetti 009 SOUTH PUGH ST
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Baseball , Golf In Hom e mee ts
Medlar Chooses Spanier IM Mat Action Linksmen Need Victory
To Hurl Against Rutgers Shows 10 Pins To Continue Undefeated
By JI M BUKATA By JOHN LOTT
Sports Editor After breezing to a pair of easy victories, the Penn State
Jeff Spnnier gets another shot af a starting pitcher role today golfers may encounter rougher sailing when they tangle with
when Penn State hosts the Rutgers Scarlet at 2 on Beaver Field.
The lanky right hander started the Bucknell game earlier this By STEVE FRANKLIN Georgetown at 1:30 today on th e Un iversi ty links,
season , but was able to go onl y five innings. State won the game but Intramural wrestling had a typ- The Lions sailed past thei r first two opponents in near-
Dick Stcllman received credit for the win. ica l evenin g wit h onl y two upsets ,
" I can 't really figure him out ," Lion coach Chuck Medlar said. 10 pins and 10 forfeits at Rec Hall perfect fashion, downing Penn , 6-1, and blanking Bucknell, 7-0,
"If h e throws in a game like he does at practice , there would be no yesterday. But the Hoyas p romi se t o pr ovi d e • * *
problem. He seems like a different p itcher under each of the circum- Losing no time at all , Alpha State with more formidable oppo-
st ances though." Sigma Phi's Dave Tedesco lead sition.
Me dlar also indicated that he will again use Dick Bee behind the off the evening 's action with a In last season's opener at Ar-
plate. Bee was hit in the eye during infield drills Wednesday and nifty (1:08) pin over L a r r y lington , Va., the Nittanies eked
third stringer John Gregory was forced to catch the entire game. Seethaler of Sigma Chi. out a 4-3 decision over the Hoyas
GRIER WERNER WILL also be starting in left field. The stocky on a soggy course. But the two
junior will be used to give State more power from the right hand side DU' s Harry Hum phreys , who teams met in a four-man medal
of the plate against Gene Frey, Rutgers' lefty. appeared strong in action last play engagement last fall and
Frey, 2-0 for the season including a 3-0 shutout win over Prince- week, experienced a tiring upset Georgetown came out on top.
ton Tuesday, will have the assignment of breaking the Lions' five pioneered by Ed Pachtman of Phi THE LION LINKSMEN have
game w i n n i n g streak. Epsilon Pi. Pachtman gained an two d ist i nct ad v antag es in toda y 's
Rutgers (4-2) will start a veteran lineup against the Lions. Bill early advantage and did not lose action. First, they are playing on
Eaton will lead off ;ind pluy center field. Bob Clawson will bat second control until he pinned Hum- familiar terrain and the home
and play third followed by big Jeff Torborg at catch. First baseman phreys in 3:22. cour se al ways gives a team the
Don Peterson will bat cleanup. AFTER BEING tossed around edge.
Rounding out the Scarlet lineup will be Rocco Pennel l in right , for the first few seconds Dick Secondly, Georgetown lost its
John Meyer at short. Don Cerefice at second , Stan Cherrie in left and Kinnear of Al pha Sigma Phi then top three players from last year
Frey. v ia graduation. John Valiulis, Tim
STATE WILL USE its regular lineup of Bart Brodkin at second , reaffirmed his power by spilling
Fred Light at short , Dave Felak at third , Dick Anderson in right , Bill Albinson of Kappa Delta Rho Byrne and Vladimir Blazek all
Werner in left , Pete Lis k e at f irst , Ed Kmit in center , Bee catching in 3:35. were seniors when the teams
tan gled last spring.
In case Spanier fails , Medlar said Dick Noe and Ed Giegucz will
be ready to pitch.
Expectations that Hank Heiser
of Lambda Chi Al pha would score
a quick win were not faulty.
Lion coach Joe Boyle plans no
changes in the lineup that started
Heiser jumped off to an early in the first two contests. The Lion
mentor continues to go with cap- f. .4,
*$, :! y:i.
V ^ i&r.
Ten y ymnasts Represent
lead , then stopped Ernie Johnston tain R oland Gartner (2-0) at the
of Alpha Sigma Phi in the second no. 1 position.
fastest bout of the night. nKatffiSKr' J*ww^St^E' f t
Holding down the no. 2 spot is
SUMMARIES junior letterman Jim Tabor , seek-
ing his fifteenth straight win in
Belief onte in T Tourney
128—ChnnKni ta , Crawford, dee. Rreisch ,
Mifflin, 15-2 ; Burnn , Phi Ep Pi , won by intercollegiate competition. Tabor
forfeit; Seberha Ken , Franklin , dec . Kelt ic ,
Berks , 8-11: Orsati , Tau Phi Del , dec. Bad- compiled a 12-0 record last year
ger , Del Phi , 6-1 . and notched victories in his first
two starts this season, "
135—Gram son , Larch , won by forfeit; PAUL HUMMER
By JOE GRATA Kinnear. Alpha Si>:ma Phi, pinned Albin- PAUL HUMMER is in the no.
Assistant Sports Editor son , KDU , in 3:85 ; Bain , Sterna Nu ,
pinned Sumpter , Acacia, in 2 :35 ; Bla ck-
3 slot , followed by Dave Liebau,
Bill Robinson, Dave Miller and hasn 't reached peak condition.
Ten Pen n State gymnasts will represent the Bellefonte ham , Pi Kan Psi , pinned Lane , Phi Kap
SiK, In 6.35. Joe Baidy. Hummer and Miller This is especiall y evident on th«
YMCA in the annual National 'Y' Gymnastics Tournament in 142—Wolfe . A cacia , dec. Schinagl , KDR. are the only seniors in the junior- greens, which are still "unpre-
7-0; Heihcr , LCA ., pinned Johnston , ASPhi , studded lineup. dictable" according to coach
Schenectady, N.Y., today. in 2:43 ; Norman , AZ , pinned Elder , Theta The University course still Boyle.
Xi. In 4 :26 ; Saunders , Berks , won by for-
Heading the cast is freshman Ed Isabelle, defending all- feit
around champion at the YMCA nationals. Last year Isabelle 150—Ttruni tf , Phi Mu Delt , won by for-
took a first on the parallel bars
and a third in the free exercise • • *
fei t; Mueller, TKE , won by forfeit : Krat-
v.er, Chi Phi, pinned Coy, Pi Lam Phi ,
in 5:16: Bnimhack , KD R, dec. Stitzer ,
PKA , 3-0 : Dcschu won by forfeit
while winning all-around honors.
Isabelle's c h i e f competition
.. 158 — Ray, Ze ta Psi , won by forfeit ; Bini ,
Theta Xi , dec. Rumler , Sin Chi , 3-0; Dodd ,
should come from Temple gym- !'-:.
, PKSiK. dec. Moulihin , ATO, 6-6.
nasi Mark Cohn and Syracuse y 1B7 Sohy, SiV Pi , won by forfeit; F»-
ton , Lyons II , won by forfeit
performers Sid Ogelsby, Phil Voas =v ' 17ti--Frew , Luzerne , pinned Fritchman ,
and Ray Grimaldi. Last year the r>.
TIM i paying
Fayette , in 3:45 : Wright , Berks , pinned
Lions' outstanding prospect rep-
resented the YMCA of Spring-
Cramsey. Cumberland , in 5:10 : Tedesco,
ASPhi, pinned Seethaler, SiK Chi , in 1:05 ;
field , Mass., his hometown. r' Hackenber u, TKE . dec. Dunlap, Tau Phi
OTHER PENN STATERS en- [ .'.
Del , 3- 1.
llwt.—Reilly. DTSig. won by forfeit ;
For additional information
tered include freshmen Bill Keller ;;,
(all-around) and Tony Watson :
Pachtman, Phi Ep Pi , pinne d Humphreys ,
DU, in 3:22 ; Nain tle, Watts I , pinned Call Steve... AD 8-2554
(trampoline). Freshman Denny Hillier, Poplar , in 4:49 .
Panletli also made the trip but (',
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On the still rings , specialist Bud
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Wi lliams and Al Marshall will ei:. 1%
participate. Sophomore Jim Cul-
hane is the third all-around entry
for the Bellefonte 'Y* .
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Free exercise artist Bill Schle- W Sing Out and Stomp
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stands a good chance of winning April 20 9 - 1 a.m.
ACTING COACH Jack Biester- the
th team championship. Last year
feldl , State's freshman gymnastics the winner was Germantown
th Catholic Center
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Lion Tennis Home Opene r Pan America n Gam es Open in Brazil SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP)-The temperatures after a three day
Set Monday Against Navy
fourth Pan-American Games open cold snap.
today with nearly 2,000 athletes Jose Telles da Conceicao, the
and officials from 24 nations Brazilian runner , will carry the
parading in Ol ympic style before Olympic torch into the stadium
an expected 70,000 persons in at 3 p.m., EST, and light the
By ED CARPENTER teams shou ld find Graham in the Al Isaacman will still be playing Pacaembu Stadium. Olympic fire that burns until the
Prior to the start of the sea- number two slot leaves theinfifth
four slot. That
and Teal the number one, but Steve Seitchik The final detachment from the games end Ma y 5.
has been moved up from number United States, 140 athletes bring- Co mp etit io n st a rts tonigh t with
son, tennis coach Sherm Fogg and sixth positions to be filled. three to two. ing the American total to nearly the United States meeting Cuba
predicted that this would be a One of the John
positions should be
ALSO MOVE D UP a notch is 500, arrived Friday. This included in soccer and Brazil facing Peru.
Lou Montgomery of Cornell , head First round judo matches also
"long, cold" campaign. Thus Owens, the top Joe Simonetta. The Lion sopho-
more will be play ing in Seit chik's coach of the powerful American ¦s f n r f .
varsity c a nd i -
far it has been just that, and date from last old position. Breaking into the track team, who recovered from
year's plebe con- r ; singles lineup for the first time a bad reaction after removal of
the chances of a warming trend an infected tooth in Miami.
seem very slight lor Monday. tingent. is Dan Boroto , who will be play-
ing number four singles. A warm sun brought pleasant
The netters open their home In the sixth
schedule at 3:30 on that day position , Potter "I was pleased with Boroto's
against a strong Navy squad. The should give the play out at Bucknell on Wednes- iiiiimimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiuiiiimii i:
key to the Middies' strength lies nod to a ju nior day, " commented Fogg, "I decided = TV RENTALS we,\ ton* §
in * one word: experience. They
h av e four lettermen returning
newcomer , Reed
to give him a try at singles."
dto serv ,s,on
f -,f— pI telev,cs
Fogg is still undecided as to
from Navy's most successful M e a n w h i l e Fogg will be who his other two singles players
team in five years. ma king a few changes in his will be. The contenders for the l u J CENTER
The list of "N" winners is lineup to help break the Lions' position are Jeff Bickmore , R oger 232 S. Allen Si.
headed by team captain Lee four-meet losing streak. Captain Kerr, Dan Cam and Mitch Wapen. ill lllllimiltill 11 i
Pekary. The Navy First Classman
won 15 consecutive matches last
season and finished the season
w ith an overall record of 16-2. THE PENN STATE YOUNG REPUBLICAN CLUB THE HILLEL GRADUATE ASSOCIATION
Perkary has already established
himself as the man to beat for ANNOUNCES ITS FIRST MEETING OF THE presents
the top spot on the Navy team .
THE OTHER lettermen are Jim SPRING TERM. Dr. ARTHUR REEDE
Beall , Corky Graham and Bob THE WAR NO ONE WANTED
Teall. Beall was another big win-
ner for last year's squad, winning Monday, April 22 SUNDAY 8:00 P .M.
12 of 19 matches. The Navy jun-
ior played as the number four or
8:00 P.M. 214 Bouke H I L EL F OUNDATION
f i ve man l ast y ear, but may be
mov ed up a slot by coach Art Centre Cou nty 's Dis trict Attor ney GOOD COFFEE — GOOD TEA — GOOD CAKE
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Movie To Depict Johann Walther; "Passacalia" by
Dietrich Buxtehude; and Bach's programs at Orono and Portland. Outstanding TWELVE-WEEK SUMMER SESSION IN 1963
Ideolog ical Clash "Fantasia in G Minor."
MISS GENEVIEVE Dilts, associ-
faculty with nationally known visiting lecturers.
Conferences, Institutes, workshops, assembliesTHREE-WEEK SESSION,June 1 — July 5
"Question 7," a movie a b out ate director of the University Chris- and tours. Special programs of recreation and SIX-WEEK SESSION,July 8 — Aug. 16
conflict between Christianity and tian A ssociation , will speak at the entertainment. Enjoy Maine's famous lakes,sea-THREE-WEEK SESSION,Aug. 19 — Sept 6
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the West Halls Religious Affairs hower Chapel on "C h oose To d a y
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Germany, "Question 7" depicts the Bremen, intern with the UCA,
struggle of those behind the Iron will be the leader of worship. "HS!
Curtain who attempt to practice J ames Beach will direct the
Meditation Chapel Choir in Jan % % *
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Bender 's "Now Let AH Loudly
A r t h u r Seyda , Lutheran pastor Sin-' Praises."
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after the movie. Admission is free.
The Lutheran service of worshi p
at 10 a.m. tomorrow will be held
in the Helen Eakin Eisenhower
Chapel . Darwin Gearhaet , intern
with the Lutheran Student As-
sociation , will speak on "Easter
in the Ordinary."
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radio , w hit e wal l s , scatbelts. See and drive case. Reward. AD 8-8263.
nt :i!l Woodsdalc I' ark. Evening after I. Wli.L (7rRir\vHO 8w!uhed black rain^
1900 R E N A U L T Dauphiuc with '02 engine, coals in Pattee please call Joy, UN E-5D90.
l.nw mileage, radio, windshield washer, 1 have yours and scarf.
new tires —summer and winter , Krny, no
nisi. Cost $1100. I'lioiie Ted UN 5-3348. NOTICE
11)60 PLY MOUTH : latest inspcTaTon!
standard nhif l . radio , healer, flood shape. SEE 11 i.TI at 7:00 p.m., April 21, in 121
Her.I offe r lakes ill Call Mike AD 8-8771. Sparks. FREE.
CYCLE I!50 re. Excellent condition. Rest PERSONAL.
cash offer. Vein , A D 8-0076 or AD 7-
73 is. INTERESTED INDEPENDENT Women :
USED SKi N riTV flvH En uTpTiic -Idill
M We want you to share in our new way of
few more tanks and re gulators , new wet livin g, and join us for informal tea nt
suits . Hit? siivilll!. AD 8-3939, UN 6-2188. Philadelphia House lounge. Kunkle Hall ,
~ ~ Sunday April 21 . 2:30-4:30.
fiiM MF.iCUkY T-do<nT~
i new i,ra kes7~F.x- ^sivE
rellonl runn ing condition. Need cash for Ill " ciNT)y;"
ANY coNl;Tu "Tr3sirLTS
thesis . Hcst offer. A D 8-2075. YET ? D.B.
FOR R ENT MISCELLANEOUS
GR A D U A T E STUDENTS, iipp crclnssmen. TOUR EUROPE this .summer. Russia ,
Comfortable rooms, runuintr water , pri- Central Europe . Holland, Scandinavia ,
vate bath, central location. (Double or Scotland. England. Write Kenneth Krcidcr ,
r '. nKic. I Quietly conducive to rest and 39 Woodsd ale Park.
stuily. The Culoninl, 128 W, Niltany— THE COOL FROSH says that one and
Al) 7-77112. ADJJ-4850 , Mrs Cox. all should love architecture, as architec-
S I N G L E ROOM in iiuiet house ciosc~lu ture Is forever. Yea . Architecture I
campus. Pn rMiiK. 243 S. Pimh Street. NEWMAN CLUB Sio7pT~ 's Sarsa- Sa7n
A I It -CONDITIONED AiinrUm-nT~for ~Two narilla swinir out and stomp, April 20,
for .summer term. Complete kitchen and !) :00 p.m. - 1 :00, Catholic Center, S31
pnrkiii K AD 8-8800. W. Fairmount Ave. For transportation call
AD 8-1878. Tree to members and their
](KNT r FU UN isilED~iipii7tmcnl for nmn- quests.
lnei term one block from campus. (Irad
get Lots Morefrom EM
stin 'ent or couple preferred. Call AD 8- CUBA : A VIEW from within. Speaker
«!»'.!) . .T. P, Murray, Assistant Naval Attache
~ - " ~ Wed., April 21, 8 n.m„ 121 Sparks.
A P A RTM ENT FOH~TtT^ NTT ?- room ofTi^
eiency third floor. Available now. 117 E. CHAD STUDENTS : THE HILLEL Grad
Fairmount. Assoc, presents Dr. A r t h u r Rccde "The
Wnr No One Wanted" Sunday nl 8:00 p.m.
ROOMS FOR 7(ENT lor ' summer. Sintt les at Hillel Foundation, Good coffee, good
or iloubks. Call AD 7-4768 after 11:30 p.m. ten , pood rake. Free.
F U R N I S H E D ONE ROOM ci>ttnE ami
hath. 805 S. Atlieilon St. Call Walter "QUESTION 7 ." a movie depicting the
Sinickninn. AD 8-3811. strUKulo between Christianity and Com-
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munism in East Germany will be pre-
WANT -ED sented in 121 Sparks on Sunday, April
•lt ll MIMi lttt« llt liltM * »ttt » lt*tlt»M IMl| l lMtl B MfMtIM 2 1 at 7 :00 p.m. Free. West Hall. Re-
in the blend
E X P E R I E N CED PHOTOGRAPHERS: Tht ligion. Affairs Committee. MM
Daily Collegian is in need of Photogra-
phers for the sprit iK and summer terms.
All interested persons should lonlacl the C U B A : A VIEW fro m within. Speaker
Photo Editor at UN 6-2581 or the Col- J. 1*. Murray. VisitiiiK professor , Univer .
U'Kiiin office in the basement of Sackett sity of Havana. Wed ,, 8 p.m., 121 Sparks
lll V FOK LATE reRlstration for the coming
Hloodmobile, contact the Red Cross Office ,
ItOOMMATE TO share four room apait-
nicnt. Call "Cmip" AD 8-2889. 461 Kailroad Ave., Slate Collctte at AD *M~
in the smoke
W A N T E D : ONE ROOMMATE for five
room furnished apartment , spring term, CUBA : A VIEW from within. Speaker ;
Cii ll _ AD _ 8-6IH. .7. P. Morray. Graduated U.S. Naval Aca-
demy. Weil., April 24 , 8 p.m., 121 Sparks
NEED CAR desperately for Tuesday 23. THE 1903 SPRING Pledfre Class of Knpp«
Please contact Omar between 7 and I) p.m.
at UN 5-5773. Delta Rho announces the election ol ER
Richard Joh n Schinagl as Safety Chair-
VNTERESTED "tnTu^S^Ti7el" "(nir-
n ,Mla man.
through the filter
phia House. Runkle Hall , and try our new FILTERS
brand of dori". livini!. Applications at HUH SMCM^(T~lHOUlii! Enjoyin K it" Lessl e OIA CCO CO
desk. II.I.O. Y.A. ToniRht , 8:00 p.m. Just olii uaorrr t myem tobacco co
_ clothes and a Klass I L.L.Z.
ltroThl>rrTw tSiict7. "
ON CAMPUS Lutheran Service of Wor-
Call .lack UN 5-38711.
~ ship, 10:00 a.m. Eisenhower Chapel, Ser-
P ART-TIM E \VORK—12 male students,
preferably liusincsit or 1..A. Must be free
mon: "Easter In The Ordinary. " All stu-
dents welcome. It's the rich-flavor leaf that does Itt Among L&M's choice tobaccos there' more
18 hours per week. Afternoons and eve- " ~
ninu s. $-15 per week. Call AD 7-7112 ,
nmrniiiKs and enrly afternoon.
TicK15TS W \\A, KE on sale at the door
for the electrifying sounds of the PAUL of this longer-aged, extra-cured leaf than even in some unfiltered cigarettes. And
WINTER SEXTET A N D THE HOSSA
WILL PAY $20 or any reasonable Mini NOVA. April 21 . 2 p.m. Members 60c, with L&M's modern filter—the Miracle Tip — only pure white touches your lips.
for) use of car weekend of the 2<j th . Call
[_5_ yi _
OPEN TO A LI,—-Basic darkroo m instruc- Get lots more from L&M — the f ilter cigarette for people who really like to smoke.
ARTISTS AND MUS1C1ANsT ~Sprinit A7ts tions Satuiday afternoons , 2 p.m., HUH
Festival aliplications— HUH desk. April 20.