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Continuing Medical Education: Continuing
Pathology, Towsley Ctr., 8:15 a.m.
Environmental Studies: L. Whitlock, "Self-Help
Housing," 1528 CC Little, 3 p.m.
Program in Child Development
Program in Child Development/Social Policy:
Evelyn Moore, Dir., National Black Child
Development Institute, Washington, D.C., "Political
Implications for Educating Black Children and
Supporting Black Family Life," Schorling Aud.,
Physics/Astronomy: M. Grimsditch, Max Planck
Institute, Stuttgart, "Brillouin Scattering From
Phonons and Magnons in Solids," 2038 Randall, 4
ECE/CICE: James Heaton, Process Comp.
System, "Future Trends in the (micro) Computer
Industry," 2084 E. Eng., 4 p.m.
Great Lakes Marine Environment: Fred T.
Mackenzie, Northwestern University, "Carbonate-
Seawater Reactions and Storage of C02 in the
Oceans," 165 Chrysler, 4 p.m.
Bioengineering: Valdimir Alexhker, "Modern
Methods and Investigations in Obstetrics." 1042 E.
Eng., 4 p.m.
Daily Photo by BRAD BENJAMIE
HENRY KROLL "assassinates" Enrigue Gomez during East Quad's Nint
Annual Killer Contest. The game, which began before Thanksgiving break, not
has nine surviving players out of the original 165.
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"Killer Joe" is deadly with darts.
The Residential College senior, who
asked not to be identified, is the leading
murderer - with 1.1 "hits" - in the
Third Annual Killer Contest in East
Quad this year. He was among nine of
the original 165 players who were still
alive last night.
THE GAME, which began at six
o'clock on Nov. 13, involves a circle of
assassins who will "kill" to be the lone
survivor in the group. Supplied with
darts and dart guns, the "hit people"
are each assigned victims to eliminate
from the contest. Players may not,
however, be shot in view of more than
"Killer Joe" said he has performed
several unusual hits, including one in
which he gunned down his target in the
"One of my other victims was talking
to a professor after class about the
killer game, saying how assassins kill
their victims, and I walked in and said
'For example. . . ' " the marksman
"KILLER JOE"also said he turned
off the electricity in one of his victims'
rooms, and then gunned down the
resident when he came out of his room
to see what was wrong.
The game, which has doubled in size
from last year's contest, "builds some
kind of community," said coordinator
The East Quad. Resident Fellow
hazarded a guess that the game would
be over "within two days."
THOUGH most players praise the
game, several have complained that
this year's edition has already lasted
too long. Last year the game was ove
by Thanksgiving break.
"It's getting very boring," said
freshperson Sue Vala, who is still
"alive." "I'm very suspicious of
everyone I meet. It's getting to be a real
burden. I wouldn't play again. It's too
"I was going to commit suicide and
get it all over with, but I don't have the
guts to do it," Vala added.
"KIller Joe" said he sees the game on
two symbolic levels. "I think it displays
the intrinsic paranoia upon which the
American society is based. It's also a
simulation of school; you try and knock
off your classmates by getting better
grades," he said.
According to the rules, the final sur-
vivor shall "commit suicide."
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