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March 06, 1958 - Image 6

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MINERVA STILL MISSING: J
Search Continues for Fraternity Kidnap Victim T . .v i
or Harold V s
ee P o %it University
dents . By SUSAN HOLTZER
st Tempe What started out as a pledge More than 130 Junior college with the var
romise in prank turned into a full-scale kid- students will visit the Uniwersity's
ate, napping yesterday involving at campus today for the annual ",, open houses t
nts have least three separate groups and a Day ponsored by the Michigan the Universit
ve their triple disappearance by the victim. Day*sponsored.by.the.MichiUnio ing to Barry
I to Ar- Despite prolonged searching, the T td sr e in n man of the e
but the whereabouts of Minerva, a wooden The ,students, representing nine
bu.h:hraot o ievawoe schools, will receive academic 'Vice-Presid
has pro- Indian belonging to Theta Delta ling frm ethe Aadisins wi -Pelcome
ha uh Chi fraternity, remain more of a counseling from the Admissions will welcome
cfilch the mystery than ever today office in anticipation of possible ham Auditori
'filch -retransfer to the University. They will have a t
Reliable sources reported the ;n will also take a tour of campus 1 p.m.
Compro- original kidnapping, discovered by__
npe Uni- the fraternity Saturday, actually
ith pro- took place Thursday night by
he state Theta Delt's four pledges. Minerva -
ng. was then placed in confinement in/
wed the the basement of South Quad-
calling it rangle.
xpression Seen in West Quad
. This is Saturday night, however, she
to which changed hands again, this time MESSAGE FROM MINER VA-Sign painted on wall of Romance Language Building yesterday
captured by six residents of West indicates Minerva has at least not been physically harmed, although distance from ground leaves
Quadrangle. A spokesman for this doubt she left message herself. Photo of victim iwas taken at one of Minerva's various hiding places
group told The Daily they entered and given to The Daily by her captors.
A d South Quad posing as members of
Theta Delt and demanded Miner- not in any other State Street fra- bright yellow letters were the "T.D.C.: Minnie doesn't love you
Sva's return. He said she was ternity house, words "Paleface, Go Home!" and anymore."
U S turned over with /no trouble. As of last night, however, neither the________'' -"'M
Once more Minerva was hidden, was she in West Quad. The spokes- the signature "Minerva." Letter Received
Le Student he related, then moved to another man there admitted Minerva was The first clue came Tuesday Finally, Gilmore said the fra-
dministra- spot as suspicion grew, missing once again, night over a local disc jockey pro- ternity had received a letter in EERITTS
I be held Theta Delt president Joe Gil- Two Clues Reported gram. A record entitled "You Don't yesterday's mail, informing them CHIC-BACK SAILOR
to Irwin more, '58E, revealed the fraternity Gilmore reported four clues have Love Me" was dedicated "to Min- "any attempt to find Minerva will
irector. had heard from its pledges that turned up in the last two days, the erva, from a secret admirer." be unsuccessful." Since then, noth-oteits smart back treatment trimmed a
postponed Minerva "was switching hands in most recent being a message that Following the record was an ad ing furthe hs been heard or plarbon.
was origi- West Quad." He said a thorough appeared yesterday on the Ro- vertisement yesterday in The Budding Ssn-colors: Plain or Polka-dot
search had ascertained she was mance Languages Building. In Daily's personal column, reading TNavy White, Red, Pink, and Natural. 5
no action. "We're just sitting Lafayette Blue, Sand Beige, Flax Brown, V
tight," Gilmore said. Sea Orange, Reef Coral, Morningstar Blue
The West Quad group also, has and Mint Green.
decided to "wait and see what
etOFFICIAL BULLETINhappens" The Theta Delt pledge
class could not be reached for
* * coMinerva has been a member of Oth
and 11 Development and Design. Must be a one year training program of labor Tech. or equivalent. 9) Analytical the fraternity since 1919, when
npany, D - U.S citizen. Should be available for leadership beginning in the summer Chemist. B.S. or M.S. in Chem. 10) she was obtained from a local new pretty
. and M.E. employment for at least nine months of 1958 Library Chemist (female), B.A. or M.A. cigar store by "the same method" Wearable Hats,
rsics, Physi- before military service. For summer: in Chem. Reading knowledge of Ger- frsrb$4.00,
E. for Re- Jrs. and Srs. in A.E., M.E. or E.E. Proctor & Gamble, Cincinnati, Ohio man, French, and/or Spanish. 11) Spe- used in her recent abduction, ac- rom .
n and Pro- Mon., Tues, Wed. and Thurs., has several positions open for alumni. cialist in Bacteriology. B.S. or Ph.D. in cording to Gilmore. to $14.95
and Sophs Mard 10, 11, 12, and 13 1) Department manager, B.S. or M.S. Bacteriology with a minor in Chem.
interviews . Martin Company, Baltimore, Md.. - in Engr. or Chem. 2) Project Engineer, 12) Packaging engineer, B.S. in Ch.E. She has had a history of kid-
'All degree levels in A.E., C.E., N.E., B.S. or M.S. in M.E., C.E., B.E., and or B.A. in some science or engrg. nappings since then, most of
f California, M.E., Nuc. an E. Physics for Research, Ch.E. 3) Equipment Design Engineer, course. which are attributed to rival fra-
degree lev- Development, Design and Testing. Must B.S. or M.S in ME., E.E., Ch.E. and ternities
I E.E. (pow- be a U.S. citizen.I Met. 4) Construction Supervisor, B.S. mw,
E., Ph.D. in For appointments, contact the Engi- or M.S. in M.E., EE., C.E., and Ch.E. 5) Summer Placement Notices
evelopment, neering Placement Office, 347 W. Central Staff Industrial Engr., B.S. or World's Seventh Largest Corporation
st be a U.S. Engrg., ext. 2182. M.S. in I.E., M.E., E.E., and C.E. 6) has places for students desiring part-
Process Development Engineer, B.S. or time summer employment with an op-
-p, MS & su InCh.E. 7) Research Chemist, portunity for full-time summer work.
10, I .,12nersonnel Requests:' GPh.D. in Chem. 7) Chemical Research Car is necessary. Above average earn-
>any, Inc., International Ladies'Garment Work Engr., B.S., M.S., or Ph.D., in Ch.E. 8) ings, If interested, see Mr. Weber, on
degree lev- ers union, New York, N.Y. has i class Food Development Engineer, B.S., M.S., Mon., March 10 in Room 1) 528 In the
r Research, open in .their Training 'Institute for a or Ph.D. in Ch.E., Bio-Engrg., Food S.A.B. at 4:00 p.m.

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