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li'de DAY WATCHTOWER
by Ron Fontecchio
Congratulations to the Behrend
basketball team on winning the Penn
sylvania State Junior College Cham
pionship. The final game on Saturday
night was a reel thriller, and if you
missed it, you really lost out on
some excellent excitement... Good luck
Mr. Xochel t s coffee hour last
week was a great success to the dozen
or so people who made their appearance.
It gives the student an excellent
chance to discuss any problem they
might have, or wish to talk about.
At the time, however, the meeting
was somewhat inconvenient.
Construction on the new building
seems to be frozen for the present.
Supposedly spring is only about
four weeks away—for every place
Ash trays in the 0.8. Lounge
seem to 1 - e rather scarce. How
about it, S.G.A.? Or would you
rather have us use the floor??
Cigarette butts on the floor do not
add much to the room decor. (A poem)
The price of the juke box in
Erie Hall is a little high, wouldn't
you say, S.G.A.?
Today's quote to remember: "Kill
a Commie for Christ." YUK YUK..
U.N. VOTES ON RESOLUTIONS
(a smashing report by Behrend's hot
shot reporter, HI, I'm JAN PUZAR2)
Three Behrend students com
prised the Congolese delegation to
the Penn State Model United Nation`
which was held the weekend of the;
Marcie Barton, Ron Batche
Jan Puzar assumed the roles of de;
from the Congo in the discussion (;
Rhodesian problem (lan Smith's ilk
government which does not allow Nq
the right to vote,) and the questl
admitting Red China to the U.N.
In the voting held on Sun
Red China was once again not admi
the U.N. On the Rhodesian issue,
resulution that passed-called for
is pressures against Rhodesia unt,
government will allow people of
the right to vote.
If these economic measure
not work, the General Assembly w 0
authorize the ase of U.N. troops
bring about the downfall of lan Si
and his regime.
Only four commonwealth cE
participated in the Model U.N.
were five delegations from state
high schools Freshmen who are it
ted in participating next year iT4,
model U.N. should contact S.G.A.
about the middle of the Fall ter'
information about signing,up. Le
see Bebrend sent at least two deli
to next year's meeting.
READERS PROGRAM POSTPONED
The Behrend Readers tad
to present a program, "The Battle:
Sexes," on March 2-3, but it was
poned because Reader George Mill
mononucleosis. Apparently he las;
battle of the sexes.
The program is reschedules
the first week of the Spring ter•z
will include exciting readings f; .
Sandburg, James Thurber, Ogden Nl!'