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2—The Daily Collegian Monday, April 9, 1984
• University Police Services report- Sunday a stereo and tape player day nine cases of soda and one roll of dence heard the individuals in the
ed Sunday a $4OO slide projector was valued at $125 were missing from cheese were missing from the Foods house and chased them. During the
missing from 309 Visual Arts Build- 6338 W. College Ave. Building. The missing items were chase the suspects dropped the com
ing. valued at $59, police said. puter but escaped with a $lO floppy
• University police reported Sun
day a $3OO overhead projector was
missing from 152 Hammond.
• University police reported Sun
day a kiosk booth in parking lot • University police reported Fri-
Brown F had been struck by a car.
Damages were estimated at $3OO,
• David Adam, 225 E. Foster Ave.,
told University police Sunday $l5O
was missing from a locked locker in
• lan M. Bennett (freshman-liber
al arts), RD 1, Spring Mills, told the
State College . Police Department on • WSHR-South Hall's Radio Sta
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BEFORE MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1984
STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO RETURN
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SEMESTER 1984 MUST FILE A
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APRIL 16, 1984. FAILURE TO DO SO
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• Erich Gochenauer, of York, Pa.,
told University police on Sunday his
vehicle was vandalized while it was
parked in lot Green D. Damages were
estimated at $lOO, police said.
• The Marketing Association will
sponsor registration for research stu
dy from 9 to 4:30 today on the HUB
Look for an application on campus.
• Frederick Hutto (graduate
acoustics), 804 S. Allen St. told State
College police Saturday two unidenti
fied individuals had attempted to
remove a computer from 720 W. Bea
ver Ave. The occupants of the resi
tion will meet at 8 tonight in Stephens noon to '5 today in 312 HUB
• HUB Operations will sponsor the Christian response to world hun-
HUB Craft Centre registration for the ger at 7 tonight in Eisenhower Cha
last session of this semester from 12 pel.
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disc, police said
• University police reported Sun
day 30 gallons of liquid soap was
missing from janitor's closets in
Shields, Wagner and Boucke build
ings. —by Leslie Thomas
• Pax Christi will meet to discuss
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16th Annual Phi Psi 500
Penn State's Mardi Gras races again
It takes all types to make up the Phi Psi 500, and that becomes evident during
the popular Anything Goes event. It ranges from nerdular (top left and
continuing counter-clockwise) to those with a totally different message as did
Stephen Michaels, a campus Minister for the Assembly of God Church, 2643
W. College Ave, who was trying to get his message of God across to the
throngs of reveling spectators. Moving down, It was the attack of the giant
walkmans, known as The Stoney Walkmans Who took second place In the
Runners say Phi Psi is all in fun
By KRISTINE SORCHILLA
Collegian Staff Writer
Participants in Saturday's 16t1. Dick Hess, associate director of
annual Phi Psi 500, sponsored by - the Career Development and Place-
Phi Kappa. Psi fraternity, varied ment Center, said he competed in
from serious runners to first-time the master's division of the race
competitors but all agreed on one each year from 1975 to 1979 and
thing: they competed for the fun of came out of retirement last year.
it. • Hess, who has had one first place
Participant Chuck Strauss said he victory, one second place win and
has been competing in the race for two third place victories in the race,
nine years. He won the master ' s, said at 49, he is the oldest person
division for the fourth consecutive competing.
year. , Hess said he runs just for the fun
"(The Phi Psi 500 is) an aspect of of it and because the fraternity does
life at Perm State. It's very much a such a good job for charities. But he
springtime activity," Strauss said. said he will retire from the Phi Psi
"It's a very enjoyable pastime but it 500 after this year.
gets a little arduous when you're Unlike those two experienced run-.
over 25." ners, Keith Bush of Triangle frater-
A 1958 University graduate, nity was competing seriously for the
Strauss said nothing comparable to first time. Since he competed in the
the Phi Psi 500 existed when he was Anything Goes division last .year,
a student. Bush said he prepared for the fra-
Anything Goes competition, at the Brewery, 233 E. Beaver Avenue, the final bar
stop along the race route. The "trashed" takes Itself out of The Brickhouse
Tavern, Humes Alley, the second bar. Finally, Cindy Lauper's video "Girls just
Winne have fun," came to life on Pugh Street.
Photos are by (starting top right and moving counter?clockwise) Paul Chiland,
David Benson, Eric C. Hegedus, Paul Chiland, and, David Benson.
"We were all very sober and quiet
young men back then," Strauss
ternity division of the race by run
ning fast miles.
"But I didn't prepare for the
drinking part —that's the part I'm
worried about," Bush (junior-ar
chictectural engineering) said be
fore the race.
A group that dubbed itself "The
Mooseheads" competed in the race
wearing empty cartons of Moose
head beer and paper antlers on the
members' heads. The leader, Matt
Jacobson (senior-computer sci
ence), said the group was trying to
break its record from last year,
which was four and one-half hours.
This year, The Mooseheads were
going for five hours.
"We can make it in four and a half
again if we hurry. But then, who's
hurrying," Jacobson said.
The only division of the race that
was not timed was the Anything
Goes division. Participants in this
popular division do exactly what the
They may choose any theme they
want. Groups such as Little Bo Peep
and her sheep and the Herpes Hit
Squad entered the division.
One group wore cardboard pieces
of bread with giant letters on them
and pulled a giant toaster. Before
entering a bar, they lined up and
spelled out "Get Toasted" with the
letters on the bread.
A group of "PennDOT workers"
made their way through the race
displaying signs reading "Slow"
and "Men not Working." They sud
denly stopped in the middle of one of
the streets, sat down on the ground
or in lawn chairs and read newspa
pers, ignoring their supervisor who
ranted incessantly around them.
Television programs were also
the object of mockery by the Any-
The Daily Collegian Monday, April 9, 1984-3
thing Goes crowd. Groups were
dressed as Batman, Robin and their
villainous cohorts; Smurfs; the A
Team; and Bullwinkle the Moose
and friends. •
Spoofs on the University level -
included the Ripped-in-an-hour
Health Center and the PSU Food
Service, which featured two people -
in a giant black pot pulled by seve
ral cannibals from the jungles of
The popular Wendy's fast food
commercial was also featured in
the Anything Goes division, which
had its share of old women asking
for the beef and several flashers
pretending to show where the beef
The Crest Team, also featured in
a television commercial, made its
way through the route carrying 'a
giant toothbrush and frequently re
minding the crowd to brush with its
product. Several groups also of
fered their version of official United
States Olympic Team products.
Even MTV was not safe from the
Phi Psi 500. The MTV Rejects made
their way from bar to bar dressed
as popular music figures with one
minor difference the names. Per
formers in this group were named
Bi George, Billy Idolized, Pat Rent
a-Car, Eurythmmethods and Olivia
Other entries in the Anything
Goes category were Girl Scout
Troop 69, whose members carried a
sign reading "We toss our cookies;"
two African savages wearing loin
cloths, who threatened the crowd
with spears; the James Watt Fan
Club; the Soviet Union Bobsledding
Team; several six-packs of beer
and a group of babies who got down
on their hands and knees and
crawled into the bars. •