The daily collegian. (University Park, Pa.) 1940-current, July 30, 1976, Image 3

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    Bar scene of shooting
Ghanem A. Hafidi, a first-term
engineering student from 'Algeria, was
charged with attempted murder Wed--
nesday night after a shooting incident in
Zeno’s Bar, 102 S. Allen St.
Ghanem A. Hafidi fired two shots from a
.22-caliber rifle after allegedly
threatening to kill another man in the bar,
according to Police Chief Elwood G.
Williams.
Williams said the shootings took place
after Hafidi argued with the man, left the
bar and returned with the rifle. Hdfidi’s
first shot landed behind the bar, then
patrons rushed him and tried to disarm
him when a second shot went off and
lodged' in the ceiling, according to
Williams. _■
Man charged with theft
- Delmer Rearick, 26, a
{University, maintenance
worker, was arraigned
C'Tuesday in Philiipsburg
before District Magistrate
Robert Shoff and charged
with burglary, theft and
corrupting the morals of a
minor.
University police arrested
, Rearick and a 13-year-old
* male while they were
Sapanski wins
Keith Sapariski of State
College captured first of 20
entrants and won $2O in a
elimination air hockey
'’tournament. .Sponsored by,
"Association of Residence Hall
[ Students, the tournament was
held Monday through Wed
nesday .in Pollock Union
I, Budding.
Other prize winners were
Michael Dickstein (graduate
biology), second place, $10;
Vincent Schappell (7th
- nuclear engineering), third
'place, $5; and Renice Jones
<(4th-di vision of un
l-dergraduate studies), fourth
''place, $5.,
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allegedly attempting to
remove various maintenance
supplies from the landscape
building in the Pollock Halls
area. Estimated value of the
supplies was $lOO, police said.
Police log
The juvenile will be
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Juvenile Probation Office,
police said. Rearick was
released on nominal bail to
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Police on beat heard screams coming
from the bar, arrived shortly thereafter,
about 11 p.m., and arrested Hafidi,
Williams said.
' Sherry Smith, a June graduate from I
Penn State who was in the bar when the
shooting occurred, said there were about
75 people in Zeno’s when she heard a gun
go off and heard a girl near the two men
scream.
Hafidi was arraigned in Phillipsburg
before District Magistrate Robert Shoff
and charged with attempted murder,
aggravated assault and recklessly en
dangering another person. His bail is set
at $25,000 and a preliminary hearing is set
for next Friday.
microphone from 19 Sparks
Building Tuesday. Estimated
value was $l6O.
Police reported that a
janitor apprehended a male
juvenile apparently at
tempting to remove flash
lights at a construction site
near the Mechanical
Engineering Building early
Wednesday morning. Another
suspect, an adult male, who
had fled the area and was
later apprehended by police,
will be charged with theft,
police said. The juvenile will
be referred to the Centre
County Probation Office.
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Play draws
By JIM LOCKHART
Collegian Arts Writer
Last evening’s opening night audience at “That
Championship Season” was not sure how to react to
the play. At times it laughed nervously at ob
scenities, sometimes it was eerily silent. The play
demanded an intense involvement by its patrons.
"Championship Season” is not an easy play to
watch. The characters are spilling their guts out to
each other and ultimately to themselves. Things are
said in the heat of argument that make everyone,
including the audience, embarrassed to be
listening. The saving grace of the play is that the
audience leaves with a cathartic high while the
characters must continue to live with themselves.
The play takes place on the 20th anniversary of
the game that clinched the Pennsylvania high
school basketball trophy. Four of the players and
their coach gather together to celebrate what was
No new Pa. Reagan support
WASHINGTON (AP) Schweiker said, “Reagan
Sen. Richard S. Schweiker opened the door of the
told Pennsylvania’s Republican party to the
Republican Convention moderate wing ... and I
delegation yesterday why he decided this was the only way
agreed to be Ronald to win” against the
Reagan’s running mate, but Democrats in November,
there was no indication of new Afterward, the delegation
support for Reagan among the met at the White House with
103 delegates. Reagan’s rival for the
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the high point of their individual and collective
lives. Despite their claims to the contrary, they
have lost the energy and spirit that once carried
them to the top.
George Sikowski (John Swearingen) is now the
mayor of their home town, ,up for re-election
following four dismal years in office. He is, for the
most part, a dolt who has been simultaneously
financed and cukolded by businessman Phil
Romano (John LaGioia). Romano has substituted
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James Daley (Richard Greene) is a junior high
school principal and George’s campaign manager.
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nomination, President Ford.
The bulk of the Penn
sylvania delegation already
has said it favors Ford.
Reagan’s designation of
Schweiker Monday was aimed
partly at winning away some
of these and other North
eastern delegates.
The Daily Collegian Friday, July 30,1976
puritanical wife have kept him from the success he
deserves. His brother Tom (T. Richard Mason) has
avoided responsibility altogether by becoming an
alcoholic who has “fallen on his face in ten cities.”
After 20 years, the team is still held together by
the coach (David Brooks), who is always ready to
give a half-time locker room speech exhorting his
boys on to new highs. It is his blind enthusiasm that
finally drags them all down together.
The acting is as impeccable as will ever be seen
on a Penn State stage. Greene is especially effective
as a man who realizes his own mediocrity and feels
powerless to combat it.' Mason spends two acts
wisecracking in the background, but makes up for
lost time with a stunning explosion near the end.
Brooks underscores the pathetic situation with
increasingly futile attempts to band the men
together.
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