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May 07, 1958 - Image 6

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lNESDAY, MAY 7, 1958


EUREKA, Calif. ()-A horse
horse named Stranger got out
of his pasture here Monday and
led police and the Coast Guard
on a wild two-hour chase be-
fore he was captured.
That's right - the Coast
The horse outmaneuvered a
squad car through downtown
traffic in this northern Cali-
fornia sea-coast city and gal-
loped right into Humboldt Bay.
The police called on the
Coast Guard to rescue a drown-
ing horse. A Coast Guard boat
put out but reported engine
trouble and abandoned the
Stranger wasn't drowning.
He was having a big time swim-
ming, resting now and then on
Police patrolled the shore
for two hours before the horse
finally put in and let his owner,
garage employe Andy Ander-
son, lead him home.

FRANKLIN, Ind. - Members
of Franklin College sororities and
fraternities will devote their an-
nual Greek Week festivities next
week to raise money for Korean
College books for Korean stu-
dents will be purchased with funds
gained at such campus events as
dances and banquets.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Syracuse
University's new "Society for the
Abolition of Nuclear Explosions
(SANE) held its first organiza-
tional meeting recently.
The meeting, led by a small nu-
cleus of persons interested in
"promoting non-violent approach-
es to vital problems of our times,"
climaxed a two-week letter and
postal campaign to interest stu-
dents and faculty in SANE.
According to Randall Brune,
graduate instructor in English at
Syracuse, and one of the organiz-
ers of the campaign, the society
aims to stimulate campus thought
on such questions as continued
nuclear tests and the influence of
the military on democratic values.
Publicity has centered on the
display of "SANE" buttons and
placards and the group's motto,

"You're insane if you're not in
* s *
Nineteen students who participat-
ed in an April 17 water fight were
dismissed from the University of.
Illinois recently.
Five of the dismissals were ef-
fective immediately and the re-
maining 14 are effective at the end
of the semester, according to Fred
Turner, Dean of Students at the
University of Illinois.
Fourteen other students re-
ceived dismissals which were sus-
pended, four were placed on con-
duct probation and three received
reprimands of record.
* * *
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - The
ever-expanding Harvard Student
Agencies will produce next year a
coupon booklet offering free gifts
and other inducements from local
The "Harvard Sampler," as the
book will be called, will include
various services and discounts on
items commonly used by students.
Some of the offers that will be
included in the booklet are free
movie admission, lobster dinners
at half price and free laundry

BERKELEY, Calif. -- Students
at the Universitk of California ad-
vocating a ban on nuclear wea-
pons testing are soliciting signa-
tures for a petition to President
Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Donations are also being ac-
cepted to print in the.Daily Cali-
fornian, the campus newspaper, a
full page ad from the National
Committee for a Sane Nuclear
The petition requests the cessa-
tion of weapons testing to relieve
international tensions and to re-
move the threat t9 public health
resulting from radioactive fallout.
NEW ;YORK, N.Y. - The Stu-
dent Board at. Columbia Univer-
sity urged the Committee on Stu-
dent Organizations to request the
fraternities of the college to state
whether they are being forced to
discriminate in choosing their
membership on the basis of race,
creed, color or religion.

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ing Prof. J. Milton Yinger of Oberlin Plac ement o re Mass, has an opening for an engineer-
College, on Wed., May 7 at 4:10 p.m. in ing graduate or chemist to work in
em c Notices Aud C, Angell Hall. Auspices of the So- The lcchool of enOak Park II their research and development depart-
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Orientationi Preserving Map- .Zwerdling Lectures in Old Testament tonecontac rthe Bureu opit WPAG, Ann Arbor, Mich. has a full-
~eting is In room 3010 An- Studies: Prof. G. Ernest Wright of Mc- ments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., NO 3-1511 time position open for a receptionist.
rhurs. May 8 at 3:10 p.m. Cormick Theological Seminary in ChM- Ext. 489 Typing is necessary and shorthand de-
cago will deliver his final lecture Wed., ______sirable. Position is available June 1.
ical Engineering Seminar: May 7, at 4:15 p~m. in Aud. A, Angell For further information, contact the
byg Corrsin, Chairman; Me- Hall, "Old Testament Studies Today in Personnel Requests Bureau of AppoIntments, 3528 Admin.
ngineering Dept., Johin Hop- an Archaeological Perspective." spon- Marion County Mental Health Clinic, Bldg., ext. 3371.

The Hillel Radio Club proudly presents
Archibald Mocleish's
"The Fall of the City"
WCBN-Wed.- May 7- 8:00P.M.
The city is doomed. There's no holding it.
Let the conqueror have it. It's ,his.
The age is his. It's his century.


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Attention Men:
The Navy Ofifcer Procurement Teams
from the Office of Naval Officer Pro-
curement, Detroit, Michigan and Naval
Air Station, Grosse Ile, Michigan will
be in the Student Union on May 7
and 8 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Pro-
curement 'Team from ONOP Detroit
will give information on all Naval
Programs such as Line, Engineering,
Supply, Intelligence, Medical, Dental
and Theological.
Personnel Requests:
Summer Placement Notices
Samson's Resort, South Haven, Mich-
igan is seeking two elementary educa-
tion students to be children's counse-
lors for their summer season which
lasts from July 1 through Labor Day.
G. D. Searle & Co. a medical research
and manufacturing company located
near Chicago needs a woman for li-
brary assistant.
Minne-Wonka Lodge, a camp located
in Maine, needs a sailing assistant.
Camp Cedar Pines, Cedar Run, Penn-
sylvania is interested in general coun-
selors who are skilled in handicrafts or
Fornfurther information on any of
the above, contact Mr. Ward D. Peter-
son in the Summer Placement Office,
Room D528 in the Student Activities
Bldg. Hours are: Tuesday and Thurs-
day afternoons from 1 to 5 aid Friday
mornings from 8:30 to 12.






Last Social Hour of the Year
May 9th .. 5-7 P.M-
VFW HALL... I.D.'s Required
All grads'cordially invited
Sponsored by the Graduate Student Council


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