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Ref orm-inded:
M'v. :,,,P,,'.ennState
gi.
P roposition 0.
Would limit basketball seasons to 25 games and pre-season
football practice to two weeks over a 21 day period.
Penn State: FOR Michigan: AGAINST
PpotiLon 53
Mandatory year-round drug testing for all Division Ischools.
Penn State: FOR Michigan: FOR
Proposition 48 T
Would force first-year athletes to lose one full year eligibility
by sitting out for not fulfilling 2.0 high school grade point
average in core curricula and not receiving either a 15 on the
ACT or a 700 on the SAT.
Penn State: FOR Michigan: FOR
Proposl4
Would cut off athletic scholarships for athletes not nieeting
Proposition 48 requirements.
Penn State: FOR Michigan: AGAINST
Can offer non-athletic aid to students not fulfilling Proposi-
tion 48 requirements without it taking away from athletic
scholarships.
Penn State: FOR Michigan: AGAINST
YO~man Obtyli?
" F re s Iii i"eI ii
Automatically require first-year athletes to sit out their initial
season to focus on academics and other acclimation aspects.
Penn State: FOR Michigan: FOR

PENN STATE
Continued from page 1
Cooperation [CIC]. The CIC, which
was founded in 1958, is comprised
of the current Big Ten members plus
the University of Chicago, one of
the original Big Ten schools.
The organization mainly serves
the undergraduate students of the Big
Ten and undergraduate education as a
whole, according to CIC Executive
Director Roger Clark.
"We emphasize minority educa-
tion, library cooperation and under-
graduate education generally," Clark
said. "In running a number of pro-
grams, we coordinate a major region-
al computer network, study-abroad
programs and student-aid programs.
We take as our province everything
excluding intercollegiate athletics.
"The presidents didn't mention
the CIC in public," Clark said.
"They mentioned academic standards
but didn't talk about us. If Penn
State joins the Big Ten, the chances
are pretty good they would join the
CIC, but we don't know. We
haven't talked with them."
While the CIC may not have
been mentioned in public, it was
definitely on the mind of conference
officials, Northwestern University
Relations Director Ken Wildes said.
"There is a lot more to the Big
Ten than football, basketball and
athletics," Wildes said. "Penn State
would be a great addition to the CIC,
which would help this conference
academically through research."

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thoughts and facts well in writing.
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LG. 1 BDRM. APT.-room for 2 or 3. Exc.
loc., AC! 2 pking spsl Indry, more. May/Aug.
$450/neg. 520 Packard 994-3218.
LIVE W/YOUR FRIENDS in E. U. coed
house. 3 bedrooms available May-Aug. Fur-
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newly furnished air-cond. Apt. Convenient to
Central Campus. Marc 996-9685.,
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room apt. w/roomn for 1-3 People. Parking
space, A/C. Rent negotiable. 769-6657.
MAY-AUG. I BDRM.a/c, furnished 2 bath,
1/2 blk. from B-school, parking, $100/mo.,
males only, 995-4054.
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house on cam pus State & Ann, rent neg. +
elec; MUST S E! Veronica at 747-7935.
MAY-AUG. Sublet 1 bdrm. apt. Fum. S.
Univ. & Wash. Phone cable p.kg 4 min. to
campus. Cheap for 2. GALL -96 2439.
MAY-AUG: Roommate to share 2 bdrm. apt.
Spacious, porch, garage. $150/neg. 769-9925
evenings.
N. CAMPUS 2 BDRM. May-July: Gas/1120
incl., dishwasher, ldr9, A/C 1, tennis
courts. NEGOTIABL 994-847.
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Aug. M/F welcome. Call Dave at 764-4810.
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bdrm. fum. apt. for 1-2 non-smking. fem.
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665-7133.
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from SAB. Cable. $240/neg. 747-6370.
SPR/SUMMER SUBLET 3 bdrm. house
1106 White, plenty of room, low rent, great
location! Call 930-0379.
SPR/SUMMER MODERN 2 bdrm. apt. close
to central campus, pkg. laundry, new
kitchen, A/C. Rent reasonable.930-05067.
SPRING/SUMMER sublet. 6 bdrm house,
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SPRING/SUMMER SUBLET
One fm. needed to share bi-ivl. apt. Gr. loc.,
., aldry. Rent neg. Contact Karen at
SPRING/SUMMER- Own rm. in 4 bdrm.
house on E. Univ. near Bus. & Law School.
$160 + util., ldry., for fem. 665-1847.

But the CIC does not sponsor
many joint research programs. "We
don't promote sharing just to share
in research. We have an astronomical
data reduction center which helps
sort projects out," Clark said. "As
far as the actual research, though, it
isn't really shared."
Aside from the public reasons for
"inviting" Penn State into the Big
Ten, there were undisclosed explana-
tions for the deal as well. North-
western's financial problems led to
rumors the school would leave the
Big Ten, Duderstadt said.
"There was increasing concern
Northwestern would have great diffi-
culty staying in the Big Ten, and
there was a very significant chance
we could lose Northwestern over the
next decade," Duderstadt said. "The
interest in Penn State was partly a
defensive interest.
"Penn State would be the logical
replacement for Northwestern, and
(the feeling was) let's get them
now."
Others dispute Duderstadt's asser-
tion.
"Northwestern is not dropping
out of the conference," Purdue Presi-
dent Steven Beering said. "We dis-
cussed that with Northwestern, and
they're staying."
At Northwestern, Associate Ath-
letic Director for Intercollegiate
Affairs Betsy Mosher responded hos-
tilely to Duderstadt's claim. "We
aren't going anywhere," she said.
"We want to be more of a con-
tributor, but we still contribute now.
SUBLET
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location, ry4 pkng, prices negotiable.
CALL NOW.-147-9362.
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SUBLET MAY-AUG. for female non-
smoker. Rent negotiable! Good deal, loca-
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SUBLET May-Aug. I bdrm. in 4 bdrn. apt.
Pkg., fum., new kitchen. Great location.
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SUBLET MAY-AUG. 2 bdrm, fum. laundry,
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761-328.
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SUBLETS! 1 & 2 bedrooms from $225-$395
a month. Call Issa Properties 662-4446.-
SUMMER SUBLET: Grad students or ma-
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house. 2 argeBR porch, patio, $500/mo.
Phone 662-9429 beore I11pm.
SUPER SUBLET! May-Au, 4 bdrms in
large house, furnished, laundry, dishwash.,
parking, heat/water, just renovated, 4th &
Packard, $230/NEG each per mo., Call 995-
8928.
ULTRA-MODERN 1 bedroom Apt for May-
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and cent. campus. 661-8750 past 6pm.
AUTOMOTIVE
'79 GRAND PRIX: 4 new tires & 3 full
spares. Pwr wind./brake/steer. Good cond.
Best offer. Call 662-3626, Lisa or Rob
1983 PLYMOUTH HORIZON. Looks great
from 10 feet away. RELIABLE. Not exactly
a hot rod, but it handles better than a bicycle.
$900/neg. 930-0518. Ask for Dan or leave a
message.
MERC. LYNX GS '87, only 20,000 miles,
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more! $4995/best, 769-2763.
TICKETS
TKTS. FOR ARETHA FRANKLIN at Hill
Aud. this Sat. niht March 31, 8m. Call
996-5973 & ask for achary. Best offer.

We plan on being members of the
Big Ten for a long time to come."
Penn State VP Garban also said
joining the Big Ten would make
Penn State a member of an all-sports
conference, a goal it has been seek-
ing to achieve for many years. Cur-
rently, the Nittany Lions participate
in the Atlantic 10 Conference in
every sport but football, which the
conference does not sponsor; Penn
State is an independent in football.
"The fact that we did want to get
ourselves into a conference where all
of our teams could participate - an
all-sports conference (was impor-
tant)," Garban said. "We've had a
number of opportunities to associate
in a football conference, but our
consensus opinion here is, without a
question, we wanted an all-sports
conference."
One consideration apparently not
discussed by the Big Ten or Penn
State was finances. "Our feelings as
we've gone into this from day one is
this was not a revenue decision,"
Garban said. "Our fondest hope is
that it would be revenue neutral for
the Big Ten and for Penn State."
The Big Ten presidents said while
they were not looking for new
revenues, they would examine the
possibilities of losing money before
they finalized the deal.
In essence, all involved see Penn
State's similarity to Big Ten schools
athletically, academically and ideo-
logically as the main reason for their
possible incorporation. Michigan
State President John DiBiagtio sum-
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all now for convenient pick-up dates. 769-
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MICHIGAN MOVERS- SUMMER STOR-
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GOING PLACES
$118 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWEST airlines! Bring your NWA
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DO THE WILD THING AT ELLIS LAKE
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EUROPE SPECIALS: Amsterdam fr.
$449;Frankfurt fr. $449; Glasgow fr. $469.
London fr. $379; Paris fr. $46T International
Student/Faculty cards $10. Eurail Flexpass
fr. $198. REGENCY TRAVEL 665-6122.
Ask for Dan or Deb.
FOR YOUR LOWEST OVERSEAS AIR-
FARES ask for Student Travel Network,
800-365-1929.
HEADING FOR EUROPE THIS SUM-
MER? Jet there form DYT, ORD, or CLE for
no more than $229, or from the East Coast
for no more than $160 with AIRHITCH (r)
(as reported in NY Times, Let's Go! & Con-
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212-864-0.
ORIENT SPECIALS: Bangkok fr. $967'
Hong Kong fr. $887; Osaka fr. $919; Seoul
fr. $865; Sngapore fr. $999 Taipei fr. $845.
REGENCY TRAVEL 66-6122. Ask for
Dan or Deb.
STUDENT TRAVEL BREAKS at STAMOS
TRAVEL
For best European/Greece airfares. We're at
Kerrytown Mall. Call us *663-4400.
MISCELLANEOUS
A PARKING SPACE.NEEDED for next fall.
Would prefer a location near the Hill area.
Will rent for any reasonable price. Call 763-
3985.
CASH FOR BASEBALL football, hockey,
and basketball cards. 538-589.
HARVARD MBA STUDEi I' & spouse
need housesitting situation or house to sublet
June through August. References. 764-0550
(D) 995-2494, Nancy.
LOST & FOUND
FOUND- 3/22, SILVER BEAD BRACELET
bthe new chemistry building. Call 996-
838. Describe.
LOST 321 KEYS on plain rin (fishbowl?).

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Take advantage of our spring specials!
Great Formal Ideas plus lots more!
The Cloz Co. Call Jon 994-4045.

GREEK WEEK KlCKOFF!
Alpha Omicrom Pi Dance Contest
DJ- WIQ
Thursday, March 29- Nectarine Ballroom
Doors open 6:00 pm. Tickets $4.
PERSONAL
* * ATTENTION: Supreme Course Fran-
scripts, the IS&A lecture notetaking service,
has the following notes avail, at Alpha-
raphics Printshops at 715 N. Univ.: Anthro
, Bio 100, Bio 224, Bio 325, Class Arch
222, Comm 103, Econ 201, Econ 202, Econ
396, Econ 401, Geol 100 Geol 101, Geol
107, Geol 115, Geol 125, Iist 110, Ilist 160,
list 161, Hist 333, Ihist 366, Ihist Art 272,
Physics 125, Physics 126, Physics 1
Physics 240, Physiol 101, Poli Sct 140, i
"ci 353, Poli Sci 396 Psych 170, Psych1
Psych 331, Soc 467, Soc 468. Call 663-68
for info.
ADOPTION IF YOU'RE PREGNANT &
looking for a loving stable home for your
baby. a agency involved. Call collect
anytime, 1-517-394-3338.
COME AND EXPERIENCE the friendly,
professional atmosphere at the Village
Apothecary. 1112S. University. -
COME ONE, COME ALL! Thursday, March
29th 9 m, Earth Day is sonsoring a U-Club
event. Appearinwll beA Sense Of Smell &
The Opposums. affle prizes (large & small)
will be drawn! Proceeds go to Earth Day Or-
ganization.
RESERVE YOUR PASSOVER/Seder dinner
now, Chabad House - warmth, joy. 995-3276.
STRESSED?? Try a therapeutic massage!!
Debra K Rosek, CRT 663-7 47.
FOR SALE
2 MICROSCOPES. Professional quality.
B&L Bi-ocular w/ oil emersion. Mech. stage.
$325. Olympus w/ oil emersion. Both ad-
justable lights. $200. Call Dr. Mutter. 553-
6160.
DENTAL ENGINE chrome w/ handpiece.
$225. Call Dr. Mutter. 553-6160.
FOR SALE: An acoustic guitar. Great shape.
Call Monica at 930-1712.
HONDA ELITE 250/500 mi. White/Digital
display/Great cond. Highway legal! Asking
$180 U/bo...Call 994-1022.
NEED A SCOOTER? 1988 red Ilonda Elite
'80; Hardly ever used! 996-974 .
MUSICAL MDSE,
STEREOS, ETC.
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO 302 F.
Liberty. 665-8001. Repairs- fall tune-up spe-

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