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—The Daily Collegian Wednesday, July 6, 1977
Dining hall waste
problem is up to
students to curb
By MARK SCHULTZ
Collegian Staff Writer
It is up to students to control the
problems of food waste in the dining
halls, William N. Curley, director of
University food services, said.
"The biggest amount of food waste in
tile dining halls occurs when students
take more than they will eat and end up
throwing food away," Curley said.
Attention was brought to the topic
when students working at a conference
at the Pollock dining halls saw salads
and desserts thrown away after a meal.
However, the situation is different
with a conference than with full-time
students, Curley said, because some
conferences have better attendance than
"The supervisor on duty has to an
ticipate what the lines will be," based on
figures from a previous year or from
information provided by the group, he
1- With students, however, supervisors
have the advantage of using records
which have been kept over a period of
years. These records keep track of at
tendance as well as which food is most
popular, he said.
The records reveal that more roast
beef will be eaten when served with
french fries than with wax beans, Curley
Curley said •he feels that every
University's financial status shaky
Entering the 1977-78 fiscal year still
awaiting approval of its state ap
propriation has serious "financial im
plications" for the University,
University President John W. Oswald
"The University will have to turn to
borrowed money' for normal
operations," Oswald said Friday.
"Depending, on the length of the delay in
passage of an appropriation, interest
costs on the borrowed money will mount
and add 'to the present fragile financial
system for the next fiscal year."
Oswald said borrowing will be un
dertaken as the funds are required. He
Deadlines 11 a.m. one
business day before
publication. Ads must
be placed in person.
126 Carnegie Bldg.
1-15 Words .45/day
16-20 words .60/day
Add $1 for initial
FOR SALE: rectangular, woven
living room rug, 8 1 / 2 ' x 11 1 / 2 '.
Excellent condition. Predominant
color is blue interwoven with
muted colors of burnt orange,
green, gray and broviin. $55. Call
238-7768 after 5:30 P.M.
1-I\JEW, 2•USED V.W. tires, size
600-15. $35.00 or best offer. Call
after 5:00 • , m. 355-9828
MOBILE HOME, 8' x 44' buddy, 1
bedroom, patio, aluminum
shed, air conditioned. Call after
1973 HARLEY Davidson XLCH.
Good condition, low mileage,
51795. Call 234-4024 after 7 P.M.
LAUREL GLENN lease for fall
thru spring. 2 bedroom. Phase
I I, Call 237.3871
KAWASKI 400 four stroke, like
new, 2000 miles. Also sailboat,
pe n rfect to learn to sail in, $125.00.
BOOKSHELVES, DESKS, Chest
of drawers, davenports, chairs,
coffee and end tables, lights,
breakfast set, rollaway bed. Hey's
Used Furniture Mt. Nittany Road,
SONY BETAMAX, videotape a
program while you're away, or
tape one program while watching
another. Tape speciats for replay
later. Television Service Center,
232 S. Allen
"Your mother has more
sticking to her pans
at home than we waste."
possible measure to save and re-serve
food is being taken.
Foods served with cream sauces, such
as chicken or macaroni, can only be re
served once, Curley said.
"There is little or no waste on meat
products in our system," he said, ex
plaining that excess hamburger can be
served in meat pies and turnovers.
Roasts are wrapped and refrigerated
after a meal, frozen milk is used for
cocoa, and baked fish is often served
with lettuce as a salad. '
"Your mother has more sticking to her
pans at home than we waste," he said.
Eileen Willy (4th-agriculture), who is
working her first term in Findlay dining.
"I see kids throwing away main dishes
and salads half-eaten," she said.
"They take about twice, as much as
they need. I've done this myself, but this
is the first time I've looked at it from a
garbage line's point of view."
With almost 5.5 million meals being
consumed on campus each year,
Assistant Director of Food Services Eris
Sanders said the assumption that each
student will miss one third of his meals
over the course of a year becomes vital.
"If every student ate every meal, the
cost of the meal ticket would be . . . over
$5 ( each day)," she said.
Each student currently pays $3.69
each day for food, Curley said. "Where
else can you go for so little?" he said,
explained that the final payment on the
1976-77 appropriation, received on June
16, will allow the University to end the
1976-77 fiscal year paying amounts
already due and obligated, including the
The University's financial cir
cumstances at present are as uncertain
as in May, when the Board of Trustees
approved the 1977-78 University budget,
"Trustee action was based on the
assumption of an increase of at •least $3
million in the state appropriation for
Penn State," Oswald said.
COLLEMAN :CLASSIFIED ADS
'7l 'TOYOTA Corona Mark II; air
conditioning, AM-FM, new
paint, high mileage, but in ex•
cellent condition, $9OO. 237-8.570
after 6 P.M.
AR amp; FM tuner; master
control; 2 AR-4x speakers;
reasonabl .riced. 364-9444
Lafayette amplifier, Glenburn
turntable, Dynaco speakers.
Original over $3OO. $l5O. Also pair
of Fisher XP66KC speakers. 237.-
COINS, stamps, paper money,
Americana, etc. Herb Black's
Coin• Stamp Shop. 119 Fraser St.
RENT A TV at any length of time
Economical rates: T S C, 232 S
motorcycle, auto, home, per-
sonal belongings, hospitalization.
For professional, courteous
DISCOUNT FILM PROCESSING.
Fast Service. The Candy Canes
128 W. College Ave. by PSU Diner.
PA's LARGEST SELECTION of
skateboards & components at
catalog prices. John's Derailleurs
bicycles & sports. One block east
of McDonalds, 480 East College
10• SPEED LADIES BIKE for
sale. Excellent condition. 23"
frame $lOO or best offer. 237-8075
FDSB REGISTERED English
Setter puppies. Good hunters,
show quality, mellow, excellent
com •anions. Call an time 355.4023
MOBILE HOME, 12 x 60, 2-
bedroom, one mite from
cam •us, Call 234-3490
FOR SALE: 1971 Pontiac V-8, 4-
door hard top, automatic, air
cond., good condition & good tires,
radio. Call: 863.0374, after 7 p.m.
COOL YOUR JETS this summer
with a 12,000 BTU air con
ditioner I cannot bear to move to
one more residence. Good con
dition, cools most 1-bedroom apts.
(no sweat) - make me an Offer.
SINGLE BED, desk, dresser,
chest of drawers, dinette, hide
a-bed, sofa, new living room suite.
PORTRAITS: you, your friends,
your family. Drawn in charcoal.
Aiwa s a • ood • ift. Jeff, 466-7510
FENDER TWIN reverb amp, 2.
10's, great condition, 10 years
old, $295. Vic, 237.1900
BELLS, HORNS, LIGHTS, locks
and chains for your bikes.
John's Derailleurs bicycles and
sports. One block east of
McDonalds, 480 East Colle• e Ave.
CHEAP LIVING! 8 x 32 trailer,
ten minute walk to campus. Call
FOR SALE: Iverson 10-speed
bicycle, $6O. Call 234.2663 or 238-
0544. Ask for Bud
AUTOMOTIVE 410 L
PLYMOUTH, small block 4 speed.
Fits 6 and small 8. Clutch and
burst linka • e too. Call 234.4321
1974 CAPRI, green with saddle
interior. 4 speed, 4 cylinder,
immaculate throughout. Call 237-
TRIUMPH SPITFIRE, 1965
completely restored. New
engine, body excellent, new top.
Call (814) 695.8284
1969 AMC Station Wagon
Excellent mechanical condition
Inspected. Best offer. Call 237
7683: 237.6757 after five
1974 GRAN Torino. Automatic, air
conditioned, excellent condition.
At give-away price. Contact:
"a stitch in time"
1395. Fraser St.
(in the red brick house across
from the Police dept.)
STEREO REPAIR. Expert
service on stereo, hi•fl and
electronic equipment. Campus
Stereo- Service, 237.9134
TURN - TABLE GARRARD, 42M
540.00. Call 237-1354
TECHNICS 5U.7600 amp. 41
watts- channel. Less than one
yr. Old. Bob, 237-4083
GUITAR (ELECTRIC): Les Paul
copy . good action - S9O.
Marlboro amplifier - excel. cond.-
$lOO. Superfuzz box - almost new -
$25. Call Paul, 234-4447
HOUSING CONTRACT wanted:
female student desires housing
contract. please call collect (717)
235-4555. Nina Jaasund, RD 1, Box .
64, Glen Rock, Pa. 17327
FEMALE DORM tontract
desperately wanted for coming
year. Jersey resident homeless!
Call Kathy collect anytime: (201)
PLACE TO LIVE fall term only.
Female. Close to campus. Call
By DENISE RYAN
Collegian Staff Writer
State College consumers are more willing to buy
new cars these days, according to local dealers,
reflecting a nationwide trend in increased
' "People are more optimistic now," said Torn N.
McVeigh of Miller-McVeigh Ford, Inc. "The market
has picked up in the last three months."
Most Ideal car dealers noted an upswing in June
auto sales, and, despite a projected 6 per cent price
hike, predicted equally high sales for the fall.
McVeigh said buyers have changed ,their attitude
since President Carter's May speech. "Carter's
Panamanian held in slaying of bus hostagee
NEW YORK (AP) A 26-year-old
U.S. Navy seaman was held.without bail
for mental tests yesterday in the slaying
of two hostages aboard an inter-state bus
that was hijacked from the Bronx to
Kennedy Airport with 25 passengers
Police said the victims, passenger
Nettie Blassberg and bus driver Norman
Repair crews to fix leaks
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (UPI) —Repair Prudhoe Bay began its long journey to
crews yesterday rushed to a pumping Valdez.
station halfway up the Alyeska oil When the leak, believed to be a 1 1 / 2
pipeline to fix a nitrogen leak which inch hydrostatic head plug, was
caused a shutdown of oil flow on Monday. detected, the oil flow was stopped about
Alyeska officials said no oil has leaked 15 miles to the north by shutting down
and there was no danger of an oil spill. Pump Station No. 1.
They said they expected oil to resume its
initial journey down the 799-mile
pipeline today. M onoxide sickens celebrants in Phillir
The nitrogen leak was discovered at
an underground pumping station
southeast of Fairbanks, and a repair PHILADELPHIA (AP) The happy
crew was rushed to the scene to fix the - July 4th celebrants started their cars
leak at-Pump:Station No. 8, beyond the-t-Aogether, • and the- deadly carbon
halfway mark of the 799-mile line. monoxide fulnes wafted undetected
Nitrogen was forced into the pipeline - through the underground garage,
to purge the line of air and oxygen and packed to its 680-car capacity beneath
eliminate any fire danger before oil from Independence Mall
APT. Share apt. or room. Close,
cheap, clean. July-August. Call
two bedroom Apt. or house needed
for fall, moderately priced,
close to campus. Call 234-1237
after 5 pm
MALE ROOMMATES. Own room
in couniry house. Prefer arts
crafts oriented people. Jeff, 466-
COINS, stamps, paper money,
Americana, etc. Herb Black's
Coin• Stamp Shop. 119 Fraser St.
VICE SDIGECSWIf Ilar 466.6241
Wednesday Night Special
Salad, Baked Potato
SRI, y'know . „ 1 wish you the
happiest birthday ever! Love,
ANYBODY WANNA play rubber
brid•e? Judi, 237.0040
Do It yourself by rent
ing a truck one way or
locally. Save with
5% discount on all one
way reservations made
by Aug. 15. For more in
formation call Ryder
Truck Rental at
238-6755, ask for Clair.
LOWEST PRICES in town on
weddings, portraits, passports
from Lambert Photography. 111
S. Allen St. (2nd. floor). 237.9660
CLASSICAL GUITAR: folk, jazz,
faculty Juniata College, 15
years teaching experience. John
AN ADVENTURE in Readers
Theatre. A LITTLE NIGHT
MUSIC. A readers' interpretation
of the Broadway musical by
Stephen Sondhelm. Thursday,
Friday, July 7 & 8, 8:00p.m., Kern
Assembly Room. Admission free
NO FRILLS charter flights.
Europe, Israel, Asia, Mid-East.
Summer, fall dates available.
Global Travel, 521 Fifth Avenue,
N.Y., N.Y. 10017. (212) 379.3532
Bozick, were fatally shot as the hijacker
reacted violently to another woman
passenger's attempt to subdue him with
a karate chop. Ernesto Robinson, a
black Panamanian native in this country
as a resident alien for 14 years, appeared
in state Supreme Court in Queens,
charged _with murder, kidnaping and
possession of the .45 caliber death
LOW COST FLIGHTS to Europe
, from $259. Israel from $469, plus
Africa and the Far East. Call toll
free Europe Int'l Ltd. (800) 223•
SUPERVISED RIDING (english)
in exchange for house•yard•
farm work. 355.1012
TYPING - accurate copy at
reasonable rates. 1-day service
often available. Experienced
thesis t • ing. Call 355-7886
MARIJUANA, sex and health. A
scientific report. S 3- Health
Re.orts,s9-215-P Kenui, H 1,96712
Everyday 7 p.m. to ➢ p.m. for
research, referrals, and raps on
homosexuality, sexual minorities,
and ga lifest les.
GO INTO business for yourself
Part-time money making op
portunity, call Lucy, 238.7400
Great ex •erience
TEAMS, Dorm Floors! I can
save you money on custom
printed T-shirts, jerseys, wind
breakers, team bags. All gar
ments premium weight and
quality domestically made,
beautifully silk screened, (We do
not use transfer papers.) Fast
service, low prices. Phone
Wearhouse inc., Bill Butler 234-
PASSPORTS WEDDING POR
TRAITS Applications. Geese
Studio, 200 West College Ave., 2nd
EXPERT TYPING of all kinds.
Especially theses. Near cam
pus. No calls after 10 •.m. 234.0653
EUROPE flexibly ana 'hex-.
pensively. Call European
Flights toll free, 1-800-848-0786
RELAXING and healthy for
mind, body, and spirit, for ap
pointment, call 234.3533 an da
GO INTO BUSINESS for yourself
Part-time money maKing op
portunity: call Lucy, 238-7400
SMALL REFRIGERATORS for
rent. $lB. Unlimited Rent-Alls
140 N. Atherton 238-3037
VOICE. AND guitar. Taught by a
recording artist now living in
the area. Beginners accepted. 238.
2660. Best time to call, 9-10 A.M.
MILLS TYPING, printing,
discounts. Complete thesis work.
212 East College Avenue. 234-35 W
TELEVISION SERVICE CEN-
TER, quality repair and sales
on Zenith-Sony products. 232 S.
Allen St. 238-6021
IBM Correcting Seiectrics for
rent. Low rates. Long or short
term. Unlimited Rent•Atts 140 H.
PORTABLE washer dryer ren
tals. Long or short term. Free
delivery. Unlimited Rent-Ails, 140
N. Atherton 238-3037
FURNISHED TWO BEDROOM
close to campus,immediate
occupancy, fall option, laundry,
parking available. 238-4739 238.
speech confused and baffled people. Many people
thought there would be rebates on smaller cars,
which wasn't true," he said.
Carl E. McCartney of Joel Confer AMC said 66
new Toyotas were sold in the, first two months of
business. Previously, Toyota sales averaged only 19
cars per month.
Mierly Volkswagen-Audi is sold out of everything
even Audis said one sales representative.
Most dealers agreed that the time was ripe for
new car sales, not used models. .
Stocker Chevrolet reports the Monza, Nova, and
Monte Carlo were going well and the Chevrolet sub-
'New auto' sales
are on the upswing
weapon and a four-inch knife.
Life imprisonment would be the
maximum penalty. '
Queens Dist. Atty. John Santucci said
a grand jury also will be asked to indict
Robinson in the attempted murder of
two other bus passengers wounded
during Monday's nine-hour drama that
Repair work involved digging out the
underground section including Pump
Station No. 8. A large backhoe was
moved to the location to aid in the
digging, reported to be thrmigh gravel
packed as hard as concrete.
The shutdown was the first since the
Topside, the street-level exits were
blocked by more motorists, inching
home from the:same fireworks display
they had shared with the motorists
Suddenly the stifling hot air un
derneath the earth turned blue. A child
EFFICIENCY apartment within
walking distance to campus.
Starting June. 5135,00 per month.
LARGE, single, furnished room in
be4utiful house, for August only.
s6o.mos. Excellent location! 238-
BEAUTIFUL spacious, 2-
bedroom, furnished mobile
home. Bus service. Heat fur
ONE•HALF, large, two-bedroom,
furnished apartment. Next to
campus. $llO monthly. Available
fall. Call Paul, 234.4710 •
TRAILER FOR RENT starting
Jul . Call 238-3208
latisPu 7 uTAlßM
MALE ROOMMATE wanted fall
1977. Apt. one (1) block 'from
campus, sllo.month. Call after 5
P.M. 237.0505, ask for Matt
VET OR grad to share my apt.
SWy, August only. Call 238-1859
MALE ROOMMATE needed
immediately to share a Penn
Tower apartment, s7o.oo.month.
compacts seemed to leave the lots the fastest.
"A lot of people would like the bigger car," said
Charles Miceli of Dix Cadillac-Pontiac Co. "The
only reason they choose small cars is because of the
fuel situation." He said "business fluctuates, and
was very, good until Carter made his speech."
McVeigh said an industrialized town such as
Altoona had a more predictable market than State
Despite the rigors of the energy crisis, people are
not rushing to buy small cars. Most• State College
dealers are saying the same thing: The in
termediate-sized car is now in vogue.
in Alaska pipeline
EXOTIC TEAS and COFFEE
Largest .selection. The Candy
Cane, 128 W. College Ave. by PSU
STEVE FOUND A nice cassette
tape Friday night on the golf
course. 237-4667 after 5
THE MUSEUM ST , RE
. Museum. f Art
Tu _s. Sun: 12-5.
LOST, STOLEN or STRAYED
my big, black umbrella seems
to have been mislaid. Will
whomever left the Phyrst with it
on Fri. night, June 10, kindly leave
it in Room 7, Carnegie. No
retribution or reward, Just instant
karma is forthcomin•
LOST: GRAY CAT with white spot
between eyes. About 1 1 12 years
old. Call 237.5146
RIDE NEEDED to Trenton, N.J
to leave Thurs. 12 noon or Fri
NEEDED TO East Cheltenham,
Philadelphia: Friday, July Bth.
Call 238-3216. Also, female corn
panion pref. with vehicle,
Colorado, California after August
212 E. Calder Ailey 1846 :
Misery Hours 2-6 .
Featuring: July 5 thru July 9 :
Wed. & Fri. Nights
Stevie and the Six-Packs
D.J. Golden Oldies
snarled Independence Day travel pla'ns
for an estimated 15,000 people.
John McGavern, 50, a librarian at ,the•
University of Hartford, Conn., was
fair condition in Jamaica Hospital with a
bullet wound in the neck. Jimmy Lo, 36,'
of 'Hong Kong, was in critical condition
at Queens General Hospital with a chest
pipeline's earthquake monitoring
system automatically stopped . the
pumping for a half-hour when a seismic
shock was detected.
The first Mirth Slope oil is expected to,
be flowing into huge storage tankg at
Valdez about July 20.
screamed, and went limp. The poisobbus
gas had been discovered.
Somehow, no one died. But over 60
people were treated at hospitals and
dozens of others received lifetiVlnk
oxygen as they stumbled like zombies
onto the street.
for fall- very reasonable;
I bedroom apartments
2 bedroom apartments
for 3or 4 people ~-,
Completely furnished t:
I One block from campui
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