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10—The Daily Collegian Friday, Oct. 9, 1981
Fewer divorces as
lawyers learn laws
By JILL LAWRENCE
Associated Press Writer
:.HARRISBURG (AP) A strange
thing happened to Pennsylvania divorce
statistics last year: they took a nosedive
at the same time that it became easier to
0t a divorce.
But family law experts do not view the
decline the first in 20 years as a sign
that marriages are happier than ever.
Instead, they attribute it to unfamiliarity
with the sweeping change that overtook
the state's antiquated divorce code on
July 1, 1980.
"It is still considered new even though
it has been in effect for over a year," said
Bonnie Menaker, a prominent Harris
burg divorce attorney who helped draft
the new law.
- Menaker, who teaches courses on the
reform, said many lawyers have been
waiting for instructions and for local
rules to be written.
•"They stopped filing divorces for seve
ral months while they became familiar
with the process," she said.
"I was the only lawyer in Dauphin
county that filed on July 1. I filed several
no-fault divorces," she said.
People are not exactly sure what a lot
df•it means, so cases aren't being settled
.so quickly. And lawyers, are reluctant to
commit themselves to what it means ... if
: 'they don't have direction from the appel
, Jate courts," said Chris Gillotti, a Pitts
burgh attorney who heads the state bar
association's family law section.
The new law allows no-fault divorces
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FEMALE DORM CONTRACT for
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FOUR RESERVED SEATS for Bos
ton College for sale. Call Marty 237
GREAT WINTER CAR! 1971 Superb
eetle new muffler, brakes, plugs,
points $6OO or best of f er.234-2322
HANG GLIDER FOR sale-Cirrus SC.
Excellent beginning glider for pilot
weighing 110-140 lbs. Lessons
available, $750. Gayle 237.2983
HUNTING LODGE CLEARANCE
Refrigerator $3O, dryer $3O, lawn
mower $2O, minibike $2O, 238.3706
MOBILE HOME 12 by 50 very good
condition 1 1 / 2 miles from campus
on bus line. $4500 or best offer 237-
OLYMPUS CAMERA OM2 $2BO OM
winder $9O. Call 238-0491
ONE PAIR OF Fisher ST-420 two
way speakers with a passive bass
radiator. 234.5827 after 5
PIANO, ENTERTAINER SELLING
out. Good deals on used electric
pianos and ' amplifiers. 238.3706,
:PUREBRED GERMAN SHEPHERD
:puppies. 12 weeks old. No papers.
P.A. SYSTEM FOR sale: Heil speak
ers, Woodson drive head, Neptune
'.mixer with 12 inputs plus effects,
Electro-Harmonix solid state echo
'system, Shure microphones, plus
-mike stands and cables. Call Bill at
••237-5387 or 238-1871
-QUALITY WESTERN WEAR- Tony
Lama, Justin, & Nocona boots.
.Leather vest, hats, shirts, sports
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collection- Hat Ta Boot Western
SADDLES, BRIDLES, ENGLISH and
:Western tack and apparel DMSO
solvent supplements and gifts at
"Jodon's Tack Shop behind Miller
McVeigh Ford, State College (814)
;:SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE dress re
tlearsal: 2 tickets. Best offer. 237
r SELLING TWO GENERAL Admis
sion tickets to Boston College
game. 237-7994. SF section. Call
TWO SEM.PERT radial tires, $l5
each, excellent condition. Call Mike
2343431 atter spm
USED (AND NEW) bicycles-bought
and sold. 10 0 /0 of f any bicycle with
this ad thru 10110181. Strada Bicycle
Shop 217 S. Burrowes: (In the alley
: between Burrowes Street and the
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3 II TICKETS to Homecom•
• irr," ga. , . Highest offer taken. Call
• bctween 8-9. 237.5037
.• 2 WVU JENERAL Admission Tick
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" 1977 TRANS AM with a T-roof.
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A TOP DOLLAR(S) paid for 2-4 Bos
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• DECORATED cakes for all occa
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• INSURANCE FOR YOUR auto, mo
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• ings, hospitalization. For
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- call 238-6633.
that can be finalized 90 days after filing,
and unilateral divorces if the couple has
lived apart for three years. It also adds
alimony and equitable distribution of
property provisions to the divorce code.
The, new economic provisions are com
pletely unfamiliar territory to lawyers
and can often prolong divorce prciceed
ings, the attorneys said.
"More cases are being tried instead of
settled," said Gillotti.
In the past, a husband had to give in to
his wife's economic demands because he
needed her consent for a divorce, he said.
"Now, if the husband doesn't want to
pay as much as his wife wants, he sits
back for three years (and waits for a
unilatetal divorce) or goes to court," he
In many counties, according to Gillotti,
divorce decrees are not entered until the
economic issues are settled "so there
is a backlog and a delay" in many areas.
The startling 1980 statistics in no way
reflect a togetherness trend, the lawyers
"Frankly, I think 1981 will show a
tremendous increase," said Menaker,
contending that people are taking advan
tage of the no-fault provision and part
ners in long-separated couples are
seeking unilateral divorces.
"The figures are artificial," Gillotti
_said. "If the number of divorces is down,
I haven't seen the number of happy
marriages go up."
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sponsored by Luthern Campus Min
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and printing on Kodak paper. 110-12
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36 exp. $9.10. Studio 2, 444 E.
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SMALL REFRIGERATORS FOR
rent. Unlimited Rent-Ails, 140 N.
SPRING WEDDING OUT of town?
Have camera, will travel. Wire Stu
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FELLOWSHIP is a liberal faith, a
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seeking to unify all people in a large
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reason, goodness, and service. Join
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WOMEN'S SUPPORT GROUP
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I HOUSE OF MUSIC
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The Eagles, The Doors,
John Denver, Dan
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A 1 1 51.00 off
with this coupon
MGB EXHAUST SYSTEM for sale
Call Rick 238-9027
1980 TR7 CONVERTIBLE like new.
Must sell. Best offer. Will consider
trade. Call evenings 238-4202
1978 HONDA ACCORD 5-Speed
htcbck am-fm •stereo cassette.
Asking $4200 or best offer 237.5694
1975 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE. 44,000
mi, new paint, stereo, excellent
conditibn, very clean, 40 mpg. Mark
1965 CORVAIR MONZA, COM
PLETELY restored, 4,000 miles, AM
FM/casette, new BFG radials, paint,
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1957 CJ6 LONG body jeep with
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10113 Sukkot, 9:30 a.m: at Hillel
10/14 Sukkot, 9:30 am. at Hillel
WONDERFUL SUBLET! GOOD lo-
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head, 2-motors; solenoid transport
logic, fluorescent peak meters. Call
BIC FORMULA 4 speakers excel
lent condition still under warranty
$2OO/pr. 234.6865. Call after 5:00
WAREHOUSE STEREO PRICES!
Over 40 major brands. Manufac
turer's warranty. Factory sealed.
Monthly specials! Call 237-5665
ATTRACTIVE PARTIALLY FUR
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room. Prefer non-smoking serious
student. Lease thru August
$3OO/mo. utilities included 237-
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QUIET LIVING: FURNISHED effi
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includes all. Call 466-6568 or 237- efficiency. $l5O/mo. includes utili
-6544 ties. Starting winter term. 234-0792
TWO BEDROOMS IN house (either DFEMALE ROOMMATE WANTED
separate or together) 1 1/2 blocks to share 1 bedroom apartment. Utili
from campus-great location. Winter ties included $145/month. Available
and spring. Call Matt 237-6625 immediately. 237-9543
2 RMS. IN 3 brm house. Females.
W. Parkway near Plaza. Nice. Fur
nished. On bus mutes. Lg.rm.
$l4O/mo. Srrisrm. $l2O/mo.- 3 month
lease. Dec.l. Please call Leslie 237-
COMMONS: FEMALE NEEDED to
share room winter term only. Call
EXCELLENT ROOM IN carpeted
newly remodeled house. 10 minute
walk to campus. Many conve
niences, quiet neighborhood. Call
FEMALE NEEDED FOR 1 / 4 of 2
bedroom apt. Winter only. $145/mo
including utilities. 4 blocks from
campus. Call 234-7296
FEMALE ROOMMATE: 1 / 2 block
from campus; 1 / 2 large one bed
room; Winter, Spring, Summer (op
FEMALE ROOMMATE: SUBLE
own bedroom in two bedroom apt. 4TH FEMALE NEEDED starting win-
Winter only or Winter/Spring op- ter term. Two bedroom apartment
tion. Rent negotiable. Call 237-7148 $93.75/month within walking dis-
FEMALE, TO SUBLET 1/3 of Univer- tance. Call 238-0764
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PERSON NEEDED TO share apart
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location, $lOO/month. Call 238.5134
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bedroom In 3-bedroom apt, furn. or
unfurn. Fireplace, view or Mt. Nit
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neg. 466-6547 morning/after ,11:00
or collect 412-833-2748
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By CARL MANNING percent funding. He said the state cannot afford to local income tax.
Associated Press Writer increase subsidies without a tax increase. . Stauffer opposed both amendments, saying the
HARRISBURG (AP) The Pennsylvania State Carmo said PSEA also wants the legislation rewrit- idea of a mixed taxing structure was rejected by a
Education Association will support legislation replac- ten so school districts could have the option of using a task force committee he headed.
ing the school property tax with a local income tax mixture of property tax and a local income, tax. It The task force reworked the legislation after it '
only if it includes what the powerful lobbying group also wants school districts to be able to return to failed to pass the Senate in June. At that time, it
wants, a PSEA official said yesterday. property taxation if a local income tax does not work would have replaced the property tax with a 1 percent
But what the PSEA wants added to the legislation for them. • increase in the 2.2 percent state income tax.
are two provisions opposed by its sponsor, Sen. John . As drafted, the legislation says the state's 505 Stauffer blamed the defeat on Republicans not
Stauffer, R-Chester. school districts would change to a local income tax wanting to be tied to a statewide tax increase at a
"If the legislation stands as is, we'll probably unless they l specifically decide to remain with the ; time when they controlled the upper chamber for the
oppose it," PSEA lobbyist Walt Carmo said, adding property tax. It also says once a school district first time in a decade. • .
that school districts need more flexibility than the changes, it cannot revert to property tax. Under the plan, which the Senate is expected to
legislation permits. During committee hearings this week, Sen. Henry Vote on in two weeks, a local income tax could be as
The lobbying group wants the legislation to include Messinger, D-Lehigh, failed to amend the bill to high as 3.5 percent, although Stauffer said it more .
a provision mandating an increase in the state's basic increase the state income tax by one-half percent to likely would average 2.2 percent.
education subsidy to 50 percent of local budgets. increase the subsidies. Businesses would pay a use and occupany tax,
Gov. Dick Thornburgh's general fund budget in- He also failed to amend the bill to allow school based on the percentage of occupany of the real
eludes $1.5 billion for education, amounting to 43 districts to use a combination of property tax and estate.
AWACS maybe caused plane crash, Iran says
By SCIIEHEREZADE FARAMARZI
Associated Press Writer
BEIRUT, Lebanon ( AP) Iran's Rev
olutionary Guards commander said Unit
ed States AWACS radar planes may have
caused the crash of a Iranian plane last
week that killed four top Iranian military
commanders, it was reported yesterday.
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini's re
gime, meanwhile, reported 51 leftist op
ponents were executed by firing squads
in various Iranian cities on Wednesday
on charges of armed insurrection and
anti-government street violence.
The accusation about U.S. planes was
made by Mohsen Rezae, according• to
Iranian newspaper accounts published
ROOMMATE NEEDED THREE bed
$l2O/month plus utilities. Starting
winter term, call Paul 234-5082 after
HIGHEST CASH IMMEDIATELY.
Class rings $5O and up. Anything
made of gold and silver. Ed's Dis
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ROOMMATE WANTED FOR 1 / 2 of Thearte, 237-5112
furnished apt. for winter and spring
ROOMMATE WANTED $l2O (neg)
per month. Two bedroom call Carl
ROOMMATE WANTED AMITIE
Apartments near Briarwood. Share
bedroom in 3 bedroom place,
$121.25 per month. Call 234-0232
ROOMMATE WANTED: SHARE 1 / 2
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$157.50/month. Tom: 234-1092
TWO FEMALES NEED a male or
female roommate for Winter term.
Preferably a respontible person
who likes to get crazy. One bed
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close to campus. Call 237-0459
WANTED: FEMALE ROOMMATE
for winter and or spring 1982.
$ll5/mo. furnished. Call 237.5010
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RIDE NEEDED TO lUP Homecom
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going to Indiana, Pa. on 0ct.16.
Please call Ruth-865-5795
Wednesday. His statements were also
read over the telephone to The Asso
ciated Press office in Beirut yesterday
by a Revolutionary Guard.
Rezae said investigators were trying to
establish whether the Airborne Warnitig
and Control System planes in Saudi Ara
bia had jammed the control or commu
nications system of, the Iranian air
force's C-130, which crashed Sept. 29 as it
Rezae did not , say how the AWACS
could jam the systems of the U.S.-made
C-130 Iran acquired under the rule of the
late shah. Iran had previously said the
crash was caused by "technical failure."
The AWACS were sent to Saudi Arabia,
WANTED TO RENT
GOING AWAY THE weekend of
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like to rent your Apartment (prefer
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bedroom), for the Notre Dame
game. Rate negotiable. For details
call 301-869-7760 or write K. Jones
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ABSOLUTELY NEED THREE Gener
al Admission Tickets to West Vir
ginla game. Name your offer. 234
(A) GOLD! CLASS Rings, coins,
wedding bands, neckchains, etc.
Paying to 100% of gold market!
Don't sell before you see me! Buy
ing over 10 yrs.'Will pick up. 466.-
ALABAMA AND NOTRE Dame re
served tickets desperately needed.
Top dollar paid. West Virginia also
needed. Please call Bob, 2348852.
DESPERATELY NEED TO borrow
your Backseat Van Gogh tapes. Will
pay to tape them. Call 238.0400
DESPERATELY NEED TWO Boston
College student tickets. Call Karo
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ICE HOCKEY GOALIE equipment,
used. Call Roger 234-9917
I NEED WVU tickets. 2-6 reserved
seats anywhere. Please call Leslie
237.9390. Thank you
MODELS WANTED CENTRAL Pa.
Modeling Agency. Send one 4x5
color print to Reflections Photogra
phy 3200 6th Ave., Altoona, Pa.
NEEDED: ONE DATE ticket for Bos
ton College game. Call Sue 865
NEEDED: ONE OR three date tick
ets for Boston College game. Good
money. Manny 865-8757
south of Iraq and across the Persian Gulf
from Iran, after the Iran-Iraq war broke
'Killed in the crash were Defense Min
ister Col. Musa Namju; chief of staff,
Maj. Gen. Valeollah Fallahi; former air
force Commander and ex-Defense Min
ister Col. Javad Fakuri; Deputy Revolu
tionary Guards Commander Rahim
Kolandouz; and several other Iranian
soldiers who were being flown to Tehran
for treatment of battle wounds.
The state-run Tehran Radio and the
Tehran newspaper Kayhan said most of
those executed Wednesday were guerril
las of the Islamic-Marxist Mujahedeen
Khalq organization, which has lead a 15-
NEEDED! ONE SENIOR student UNIVERSITY SECRETARY WILL do
ticket for Boston College game. typing of all kinds. Fast and accu-
Call 234-4097 or 863-1691. Sue ' rate, call after s:3opm 238.2388
NEEDED: TWO PUBLIC tickets for
Notre Dame. Call (215) 678-9875
NEED TWO OR.four general admis-
BE YOUR OWN BOSS. Setyour own
sion tickets to any PSU home game.
Call Ed 234-3605 , hours, earn good dollars selling
NEED TWO Student tickets for
Notre Dame Game N0v.21. Please OVERSEAS JOBS - Summer
call Kathy 237.0844 anytime. . round. Europe, S. Amer., Aus year
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WANTED WEST VIRGINIA tickets ly. Sightseeing. Free info. Write IJC
either two general admission or one Box 52-PA-7 Corona Del Mar, CA
freshman ticket. Will pay top ss. 92625
Call Kim 865-2068
WANTED: 5 GENERAL admission
or date tickets (312 together) for B.C.
'Please call 865-8836
WILL BUY TWO general admission
tickets to any home game. Jeff 865-
WILL EXCHANGE THREE WVU
date tickets for three general ad
mission WVU date tickets. Cali 234-
WILL PAY TOP dollar plus free beer
for each general admission ticket
for Notre Dame! Please call Debbie
3 OR 5 SYRACUSE tickets wanted.
Will pay. Please call soon 238.5629
or 865.2374, Stacie
2 NON•STUDENT NOTRE Dame CAN'T SEE! FROZEN BUNS! 'Lost
tickets needed. Will pay. Call 234• two coats • beige and brown and
1260 prescription glasses at Mr. C's,
CLOSE TO CAMPUS. 3 experienced
typists. IBM Selectrics, papers, re•
sumes, letters, applications, and
registered thesis work. Call Toni
FAST, EFFICIENT TYPING. Theses, LOST! CAMP 7 - red down jacket at
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thing. Campus pickup and delivery. desperately. Return to Acacia or
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SECONDARY MATH TEACHER.
Permanent position at junior high
level available immediately. Assign
ment consists of general math
through Algebra I. Previous teach
ing , experience valuable; current
Pennsylvania, certificate required.
Salary based on level of training
and experience. For information on
how to apply, call Mrs. Joy Leitch at
814-422-8814, Penns Valley Area,
School District, R.D.#2, Spring
Mills, PA 16875
Saturday night. Desperate 865.1860
LOST BROWN TUXEDO pants with
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week-old campaign of bombings and
assassinations to overthrow Khomeini's
That brought to 1,296 the number 'of
publicly announced executions in Iran
since the ouster of ex-President Abolhas
san Bani-Sadr on June 22 touched off the
confrontation between leftists and Iran's
fundamentalist Moslem clergy.
•Mehdi Bazargan, Khomeini's first
prime minister, was shouted down in
Parliament •on Wednesday When he
spoke a6inst the mass executions, and
demonstrators later called for his death,
former Bazargan aide said by tele
away. ) ,
The five most
words in the
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mission tickets to West Virginia
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DESPERATELY NEED ONE date
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HASTINGS HERE'S THE personal
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DIANE: HAPPY 21st hope we have
many more together love you forev
DI, THANKS FOR being there when
I needed you: You sure know how to
'pick up' my spirits. It's Miller time!
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female rommate to share apartment
expenses with. Call 865-6729
DON'T LET BOSTON paint our true
blue lion red. Dance with music and
lights by Mr B from twelve to three,
DYNAMIC LEAD SINGER wanted
for established band. Experience
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HI KELLY. I am sOOO glad that you
are here because I missed you
sOOOO much. Like I said, you are my
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information on homosexuality and
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ing Sunday Oct. 11 7:30 Ice Rink
Teams announced, schedules, jer
sey pick-up. Late sign•ups also
Questions call Chris 237.3589
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JANE AND GRACE• Yee Hah!
You're 21 at last, have a blast!
Happy Birthdays. Love, Julie and
JEFFIE: HAPPY 21st bucko! Party It
upl Love J & L
JEFF M. UNDER your direction,
Plka's showboat Is surely on a
voyage to #1 In homecoming 'Blll
Good luck as President. Love, Jo
JIM 8., IF you're here fo Homecom
ing, call me. My number Is In the
J.E.C. 111, IT'S finally happened, I MEMBERSHIPS ACCEPTED FOR
can't believe it's true! I've got the the Advertising Club on Thursday
man of my dreams•and he, my love, and Friday In Carnegie Lobby. All
is you! Love you, Babe. welcome!
KAPPA DELTA WE'RE psyched for
Homecoming• The men from Acacia
KAPPA DELTA— THANK you for
getting us up. The screwdrivers
were great! Love, Acacia
KD ACACIA KD ACACIA KD ACA
CIA KD ACACIA KD ACACIA KD
ACACIA KD ACACIA
KEN D. A•LEVEL Hamilton a•waka
waka waka what a cookie! I'll eat
you any day! If curious reply Tab
KIM. RUMOR HAS It that you are
planting a'redwood forest. Scott
LAURA HAPPY BIRTHDAY to a Very
Special person on a very special
day. Love Rich
LIME PROMOTES BACTERIA
growth, the Plug
LIONS ROAR BUT Eagles soar- We
LIONS ROAR BUT Eagles soar- We
LISA, YOU KNOW who you 'R'.
You're the finest girl by far. Intelli
gent, beautiful, warm and kind, I
can't keep you off my mind. Hope
you'll think on this a while, you're
the one who makes me smile. Just
me in 703
LOST DOG BORDER Collie black
and white, short hair, male named
Zack. Reward 234.0303 .
LOST GOLD WATCH somewhere
between Simmons and Lady Bug on
College Ave. If found call Jull at
865.4341, Reward '
"MARTY FELDMAN EYES" now
available at PSU Bookstore, The
Record Bar, and National Record
MATT B. # 86: you are definitely the
cutest football player on the team.
You can tackle me anytime! How
about it? An Ardent Fan
OLDEN OLDIES ALL WEEKEND!
OLDIES IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE
GAME with RAY ANTHONY
Friday & Saturday Nights:
GRAN STAN SPINS THE OLDIES
ROAR LIONS, ROAR!
MODELS NEEDED FOR glamour
photography. Good way to earn
money. Call Craig at 2386909
MRS: THANKS FOR the past
month. I've enjoyed It! Love, the
only one who calls you Michael.
Besides your mother •
KNOCKS! Last Spring's hottest
new band Is reforming. Guitarists,
keyboardlsts call now 234-0754
NEEDED ONE SENIOR or date tick
et for Boston College game. Call
234-0792. Keep trying
PAT, REMEMBER THE good times,
babe. I love you. SuePENN STATE
WE want the lion! We want the lion!
PENN STATE! WATCH out! Our
paint is being stirred! Maroon and
gold forever! The Eagles
PENN STATE— YOUR lion needs a
new skin. Maroon and gold! The
PHI MU SISTERS-Our love and
thanks. The Phi's
PHI SIG AND SDT---the best of the
west--ride 'em cowboys! Love the
PIKA, WE'RE FOLLOWING the
Penn State tradition•^ right up to
#llll Let's get 'cruising'l Love al
PIKA-WE'RE PSYCHED to see how
great Homecoming will be! Good
Luck! Love--Linda, Marcie, and
Sherri- Your New Little Sisters To
PRETTY PETITE BRUNETTE wear
ing kilt(?) at SAE last weds. Danced
slow dance with me. Would like to
know you better. Was too shy to ask
again. Please reply Personals. Shy
h ' LOON
212 E. Calder Alley
"SCORPIAN SPECIALS"• Oct. 17
Red Rose Cotillion; Oct. 24 "Daddy
Licks"; Oct. 28 "Billy Price"; Oct. 29
SECLUDED LUXURY LODGE for
rent weekends or overnight. Cou
ples only. 238-3706, leave message
TEDDY BEARS CAN be rescued
with search warrants. Right, Curt?
THE CAKE, THE cards and even the
Forum Foundation made my 20th
Birthday special. Thank you all!
THE EAGLES WILL prey and the-
Lions should pray on Homecoming
day. B.U. Eagles
TODD B.- WANTED to meet you at
Beta after Nebraska, but I found out
you're the quarterback and momen
tarily lost confidence. Reply, H
TODD: YOUR NEXT pass to Barbara
may be Intercepted. She'll like my
game plan better!
TO JENIFER, FIRST floor Bigler: So
many times we watch and wait, to
see what happens when it comes to
fate. A passing smile, a casual
glance, I met you once, purely by
chance. It's really hard to ask some
one, Let's go out, we can have fun.
If you ,say no, well anyway, you
brightened up a long, hard day.
From Steve 1016, Pattee Reserve
TO MY FRATERNAL twin brother: I
wish it was true. Thanks for last
TONIGHT IS YOUR chance to find
out who Mr B is
TONI AND DOROTHY of 3rd floor
Simmons. Once is forgivable; twice
means revenge! Private Eyes
TO SOME REAL eye openers on 7th
floor Hiester. Thanks! Your Cousin
TO THE GIRLS behind SAE Satur-
day night around 2:00: it.was great
seeing you and we must do it again.
Reply Personals. Thanx, you made
our night. 2 appreciative drunks
LOS ANGELES (AP) John Lennon,
who would have been 41 years old today,
will be remembered on ,his birthday by
the unveiling of a seven-foot, three-ton
bronze statue in his likeness.
The statue of the slain former Beatle
will be unveiled at the Fourth Annual Los
Angeles Street Scene Festival at City
'I knew the public would love to see something
done to honor John.'
The sculpture depicts a denim-clad
Lennon standing with his arms crossed
and holding a Mao cap. Sculptor Brett
Livingstone-Strong hopes someone will
buy the statue and donate it to the city.
His John Wayne , sculpture eventually
sold for $1 million.
The city has commissioned him to
produce statuettes of runners and javelin
and discus throwers for the 1984 Olympic
Games to be held here.
The Australian-born, 27-year-old sculp
tor has lived in the United States for four
years and gained national attention when
he carved a likeness of John Wayne from
a large boulder that fell onto the Pacific
Coast Highway during landslides three
TO THE GIRL who worked in Ocean YO' PENN STATERS, We want the
City, MD. and is from the Baltimore Lion. Signed, Boston University Ea
afea. I met you at a tailgate and you gles
said you knew my cousin Kevin. I
had on a purple Moose Saloon 9th and 10th Pinchot- Warm up your
jacket. I didn't get your name. Re- paddles for our second annual ca
ply- Purple Moose noe race! Love Ist floor Hastings
TRIANGLE: THANKS FOR Wednes
day night. Good luck with home
coming 'Bl. Janet
TRI DELIS: YOU make hating"
es easy. Here's to more
greatr° r .$4 .00 OFF 1 1
tailgates without you. Love, Sev•
the low price of any set of
enth Heaven's Mevins
U.S. OLYMPIC HOCKEY Gold Med- II 714 lir - orurt if Iv'
al highlights and NCAA 1V
Championship highlights; Tuesday
Oct. 13, 7:30 HUB Assembly room, electric, acoustic and bass
$.50 donation, presented by PSU Ice guitar strings
VICKI - TEXAS IS - great, but I'd - I !Rt I 11 I
rather be with you. I'll love you
forever. Scott 227 E. Beaver Ave
WANTED 2 OR 4 GENERAL ADMIS• mon.rr. 10-9 Expires
SION tickets for West Virginia, will Sal 10 ' 7 10/12/81
pay Big Bucks, call Pete 234-3275
WANTED: 2 TICKETS FOR Kenny
Rogers concert at Hershey; 10128.
WHAT IS GREEN and white and
black and gold and is going to win
WHILE THE PIKAS sail south
'board their showboat, and the
Delts are off in space; Kappa Delta
and Acacia will steal away first
place! What a winning Combina•
WILL TRADE 2 WVU general tickets
plus 1 date for pair of Alabama. Call
WITH EYES TO cold, for reasons IMPROVE YOUR GRADES! Re
untold, he searches for an unknown search catalog-306 pages-10,278
gold. Drowning in his fears The topics. Rush $l.OO. Box 25097 C Los
Mute Disappears. Angeles, 90025. (213) 477-8226
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BEAUTIFY YOUR RESIDENCE. Earn
beautiful soilfree plants. Have a
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"I knew the public would love to see
something done to honor John," Liv
ingstone-Strong said. "But I also knew no
one would want to pay for it outright, so I
contacted the City of New York to see
about putting it in Central Park."
New York officials were interested, the
artist said, but told him there was a 5-
year moratorium on putting art objects
in the park.
Los Angeles officials sent someone
around to Livingstone-Strong's studio in
his Palos Verdes home to look at his
Lennon was gunned down in New York
City last December outside his apart
ment building. Mark David Chapman, a
25-year-old security guard, was sent to a
New York state prison for the shooting.
The Lennon statue cost $65,000, the
sculptor said. The money was loaned to
Livingstone-Strong by Steve Unger,
whom he met while he was doing his
research for the statue.
The statue will be displayed for one
year at City Hall.
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