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he Daily Collegian Friday, Feb. 10, 1984
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Send your thoughts
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Hangglider pilot Ralph Piper of Woonsocket, Rhode
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ALL YOU CAN
$3 FOR ALL THE PLAIN PIZZA YOU CAN EAT!
SAT., FEB. 11 - 5:00-7:00
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"FUNNY, OFFBEAT AND ORIGIN
Perhaps the best film of its kind since
Richard Freedmnn, Nronintisr NEWSPAPERS
"It makes you laugh hard and relive your
own high school days. If I were 17, I'd see It
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Fri., Sat.: 7,9, 11 Sun.:
Sweep yields 6 indictments
for computer part smuggling
of Cornwells. Heights, Pa.; Robert
Ellis, 53, of Elkins Park, Pa.; and
his son, David Ellis, 26, of Bala
PHILADELPHIA A nation- Cynwyd, Pa.
wide campaign against computer The indictments also named
pirates resulted in the indictments three companies operated by Keh
of six men today on charges of and Chua and two Companies oper
smuggling counterfeit Apple Com- ated by the Ellises.
puter components from Taiwan, Arrest warrants were issued,
authorities said. but no attempt to take the men into
Assistant U.S. Attorney Ed Zit- custody had been made, Zittlau
tlau said the smugglers brought said. If convicted on the charges,
parts into the Philadelphia area to they face prison terms of sto 25
build copies of the Apple II person- years and fines of up to $50.000.
al computer, U.S. Customs investigator Bill
The 17-month investigation was Fleishman said Keh and Chua are
part of a nationwide investigation both Filipinos of Chinese extrac
into the smuggling of counterfeit tion. Chua is a U.S. citizen, while
products, "Operation Trip Wire," Keh's nationality is not known, he
coordinated by the Customs Serv- said.
ice in Washington, D.C., said in- The fake Apple H computers
vestigator David Warren. seized in Philadelphia were being
Federal authorities seized 50 of sold at retail for $3OO to $7OO, which
the assembled fakes after they c,ompares with a $1,300 list price
were sold to undercover agents in for , the genuine product, Hecker
March 1983 - for $24,000, Zittlau said.
said. An attorney representing Apple
Charged with conspiracy and Computer Inc. of Cupertino, Calif.,
smuggling were Alfonso Keh, 42, hailed the indictments as a break
-and Alberto Chua, both of King of through for • the enforcemnt of
Prussia; Pa.; Daniel S. Ryan, 58,. " copyright laws protecting comput
of Philadelphia; Joel Isadore, 29, er products.
By KARL. SCHOENBERGER
Associated Press Writer
Fri., Sat.,: . 7, 9:15, 11:30
Sun.: 7, 9:15
Place: • Pollock Rec Room
Time: Fri., Sat., Sun.: 7 & 9:45
o' The Association of Residence
Hall Students will take reservations
for the March 2-11 trip to Daytona
Beach, Fla., until Feb. 20 in 101 C
•, Nittany Divers will hold regis
tration for their Spring Fling to the • Yachad Penn State Friends of • The Institute for Arts and Hu-
Florida Keys from 9to 5 today in the Israel will sell candy for Valentine's
HUB ground floor. Day from 10 to 4:30 today in the HUB
ground floor •
0 Interlandia Folkdancers will
sponsor recreational folkdancing at
7:30 tonight in 310 HUB.
• Pollock-Nittany Residence Halls
Association will sponsor "Make your
Own Sundae" at 8 Sunday night in the
Pollock Rec Room.
• The Men's Rugby Club will hold
practice at 7 tomorrow night at the
IFC Dance Marathon support centers
Look for stores displaying the red logo:
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Support Centers Are Members Of DBA
Downtown Business Association
Centers Open Feb 13 Until The Marathon
Indoor Sports Complex
• The International Student Coun
cil will spgasor an International Vol
leyball Tournament at 10:30 Sunday
morning in the I.M. Building.
• Energetics will hold an Energet
ic Exercise Hour at 5:30 tonight in the
Assembly Room df the Walnut Build
• The Astronomy Club will hold an
open house at 7:30 tonight on the 6th
floor of Davey Lab.
• The Penn State Bookstore On
Campus will sponsor the "Penn State
Storytellers," students from the Col
lege, of Education under the direction
of Dr. Jane Madsen at 9:30 tomorrow
morning in the children's book sec
tion of the bookstore.
• Robert Tsikalas ( sophomore
film ), 1B Vairo Blvd., was arraigned
before District Magistrate Keith
Bierly Tuesday and charged with
possession of marijuana. A spokeswo
man from Bierly's office said Tsika
las was apprehended by Patton
Township police when 575 grams of
manistic Studies, Medieval Studies
Committee and the Department of
Art History will sponsor a lecture by
Kathleen Weil-Garris of the Institute
of Fine Arts in New York speaking on
"The Death of Raphael and the
Transfiguration" at 8 tonight in 26
Mineral Sciences Building.
marijuana and marijuana seeds were
found in his possession.
Tsikalas was released after posting
10 percent - of the $5,000 bail, she said.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled
for 9 a.m. Wednesday, before Bierly.
—by Anita Huslin and Leslie Thomas
The Daily Collegian Friday, Feb. 10, 1984-7