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The Daily Collegian Friday, Oct. 9, 1981
If at first you don't
succeed try, try again
OK, so maybe the food in the cafete
ria is not as bad as people make it out
to be. In fact, there are actually a
couple of items that are worth going
Last week, a West Halls student,
who shall remain nameless, and a
group of his friends were entering
Waring Dining Hall when they
spotted some chocolate cookies.
When the student inquired about
their availability, the cafeteria work
er said that the cookies could not be
given out until all the blonde brownies
and the peanut butter cookies were
After some negotiating and prod
ding, our hero still could not convince
the worker to part with the rare
Now it was time for action.
He figured it was time to have the
brownies and peanut butter cookies
run out. One by one, he and his
cohorts went up and took the rest of
the brownies and peanut butter coo
kies in order to savour the flavor of
the coveted chocolate cookies.
And when the final total was count-
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ed, the group had collected approxi
mately 29 brownies and over 100
peanut butter cookies. Collectively,
the trays had well over 50 plates
stacked on them.
Of course, they did not throw their
spoils away; the victors snuck all 130-
odd desserts out of the dining hall
undetected and ate them for a solid
How many of the hard-earned choc
olate cookies did each take?
"About two or three each."
I A CHOICE
kes, Cookies and more
' olls, Blueberry Muffins,
Cops catch Prez with the goodies
With the rise in crime in the coun
try, it is good to see that Police
Services is keeping on its toes and
trying to make the University a safe
place to live.
Last Saturday, West Halls Presi
dent Mark Mangficio was rolling a
keg of root beer into Waring Hall for a
Thinking the keg was full of your
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favorite beverage and mine, a cam
pus policeman stopped Mangficio and
sarcastically informed him that it
wasn't their policy to permit students
to throw parties in the residence
Mangficio tried to explain to the
officer that the keg was full of root
beer, but of course the dutiful police
officer knew Mangficio was only try
ing to talk his way out of the situation.
Not until Mangficio produced the
receipt for the keg did the officer
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Goodbye to Taco Dogs
The end of a tradition. I am heart
broken. One of the only meals that I
actually look foward to at the dining
halls has come to an end.
The Office of Housing and Food
Service Operations has announced it
will no longer serve taco dogs.
The well-known and famous dish,
which is practically synonymous with
dorm life here at the University, has
been formally retired.
Just think, there . will be many
freshmen who will never know the joy
of a taco dog. (Taco dogs were last
served at lunch during the Cincinnati
by Joe Metunls
Everyone who looked foward to
them should write.and complain to
William Curley, director of food serv
ices, at 7 Foods Building.
While you are at it, today at lunch
at 11:30 a.m., there will be a memori
al service for the dish. Tap your
water glasses to show sorrow over the
loss of a near and dear friend, your
local "taco dog."
Written and compiled by Dean
Friday, Oct. 9, 1981 Vol. 1, No. 3 28 pages University Park, Pa. 16802 Published by students of The Pennsylvania State University