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1 ' hp Daly pennsgltaman S. Weather Bureau forecast PHLADELPHA, TUES1 fober 20, 1959 PresdentCalls J. S. mmgraton Three Wtnesses Tell Polce for njuncton s [ a e( j Defcent Blo( 'k Sold Narcotcs llegally.1. ;,. the HO days. marathon 9 tht, njuncton law wll mght n Federal D; noon. ndng board :ke.. W. Taylor, the head m. ;KOR<;E W. ravu»r >ho»s Keen Dsappontment od ntend. l>\ Kd»ard Farman n spte of the f;ct tha there al major defcences n Unted St mmgraton whch could and should be remeded. nothng wll probably be done about t. Ths was the predcton of Dr. Oscar Handln as he spoke to a standng-room-only audence tast n ustallment of the Daly P cnty-ffth Annversary Lecture After brefly tracng tl mert of our mmgraton p th l cator ponted out stuaton- whch our rohbt u- to deal wth. The H< look tn of mmgraton 1 on the "level of [e uf tn n whch, whle deal of publc thy for the refu. help them Even after our laws wen modern 111 relaton to other nat" Our second area of del absorb, or even t< ltable treatment to who e from behnd the ron Cur- by Melvfa GoMetea R a former Unversty bochemst, s beng held on $500 bal after three utn lfted tha legally sold them a narcotc. Block had been tred from hs job the daj after hs am \. prevously clamed that he used the drug mnecton Wth a Fulbrghl applcaton. However Dr. hn F. Bfelby, drector of Campus Events DEADLNE NEAR dlne for Woodro* hp nomnaton- s Oc- 81. Cand award coverng tu graduate study at any North Amercan unmnated by faculty memb the faculty to a nomnaton and ' ; Nxo an of the Hall. PROM TCKETS ON SALE Tcket* for the Junor Prom are n fraternty h at the Ho ' nforn luled fn day fn m. at the ld wll feature Fer- ette* as an llustraton of the Unted mmgraton. After explanng that. the t a good deal of Sanskrt and orental money n Greece, he noted that we the 1 could ad her most effectvely by a Phladelpha!! who allowng 20 to 40 thousand of her ctzens to emgrate to ths country. War 11, tom newsmen the p.m. annually. panel (rave ed the., \- merts of mmgraton to both the country of em l stuaton."' that of mmgraton, the,l n mnd > 1( l 'ng wll be done f the these." p.m. par n addton to half contr: ^though t could be Mr the auto Ths nd kng the lent, f tl, the Teacher's Daughter s Apparent Sucde ar-old 'laughter of Dr lller,. '! and charman m ttl June, after havng al down Under he veed "WHAT S NDA?" Brawn, p wth nter- Hand Mall STUDENT PANEL AT CA of a 3 to n Buldng, tutonal law and < wll moderat panel whch wll nclude four for- Mayor Ctes Achevements, Blasts Republcan Record by John H. Dlks. Jr. V n the closng stages of : mayoralty campagn. The Hon Rchardson Dlworl nto Detrch Hall yesterday to urge the h,s ^^'v Openng wth a prepared addres whch lasted about a half hour, bemoan.., exempl '" amused audence about a fre truck whch and a po: >' tmch " ' x "' nt. tvelngdawn ;w f. m.. "' ' two her at the by Spller and U Bpl- r upon returnng cernng Ste ng. h.fthedty'sl..n.l.t.on the worth ponted proud ( ^ a to hs $300 mllo ftnn ha, ( thedl ' *»' "* profor lttle p* ther au wanted to r*d not engng p, to a.d hgher e. uc mprovema.nroveme, ' ''"''''l" '" lefr.ton of the dutes of the ortaton. a lotted Dlworth wat conaun.. whch ntel,;''j',1,,,'",-ts of the cam pa. dursen should be nterested n bj ng ma ' orth ahc smle and allowed that Stassen's undaunted nee, were probably amed at npxt tam fall's Uepubl enton. foregn studes, dsclosed today that "there s no such cm \ All Block's p menta ted by ton of the Phladelpha newtmg" hm. pro ;'at he wll now fnd t mobtan reference "Fulbrghl applcathat he always t." Although nvolved n the CS Phlad con l». Breff, Junor held on a materal wtl 'mg to Leo S the arrestng >T. "The real culprt tnued, "s Block, who used the name of and then sold t." The ty for tl, s fve years. rdng to nt of rtn ear old ballet dancer, llh.l at a meetng of "bcatnck Phladelpha 'ml Polce ah! owng one uf Block's pll ted n a mlm contnued, ld n normalty for two days after. "t was the most horrbu Block, r rc and f -earch at Ham son Surgcal lned the meacalne fron,,.,, Ug frm. through al g the stuff to young round the publc raded the a; ' two empty dne f they d Block. CAGEY CUDDLER CLPS COP bj Kllot Sagor A new chars lneen the hugger, the r, the sutue maker has a' fortunately not academc, of from behnd. ment," ed the "You,,nly work the day shft ond" guard was n* Sr. have nformaton whch mght lead to th) alant Mow badly hurt was the guard." "Yeah, of the nght. d ap. don't k. thnk that he (esawer unknown) tred * f *-' nt an '' * m behnd. Captan would know." rned up nothng, mg n- Frosh Elect Fura, Jacques lo Posts F.»W \K> \\. PDR1 \ ' New l rosh Presde*) bj Mark M. Jaffa Edward W F ra, ton student and B resdenl of Phladelpha, who h m the Unted cla* to be an W ndell v Erk L. Havorea n a Ph hap; lllll'll l law, tan th whch was nt, cessor, havng debl Profled H,..-- botl Outlnes Program NEWS BREFS : Sphnx allots m- n the ' d hs by The Assocated Press le ll ' walked wll " untl noon rs.

2 4 PAGE TWO THE DALY PENNSYLVANAN the Balu pennsutoanan r ^ A t < NN Why A Course Gude Publth rough Frday by and for loor' '*"'"" r»-r» \ ( EL /'/-« Men's Toletres and Statonery Bggest Values! PENN NN PHARMACY WALNUT STREET " M Nearest Drug Store to Oorms SPRUCE THEATRE 60th & Spruce $ H 7<l0 Students 50c wth metrc card Now - Last Day! "Devl Strkes at Nght'' and "La Sorceress" Starts tomorrow 2* Brgtte Bardot's M <; RoDtl WAREN P. M AKKTZ W \TE8 b day «Volkswagen Servce Hedgerow Theatre Moylan, Pa. presents 'llll P [ W \1 BLENHEM MOTORS 3628 Walnut Street "THE LADY'S NOT FOR BURNNG" - NOW THRU OCTOBER 31 - Hall, the ' ludng and l GERMAN MECHANCS Curtan 8 30 Sat.. 2 perf, 6 19PM Reservatons call LOweH Publc transportaton met on request Penn Specal: Car Wash 75tf (Mon. - Thurs.) Wth Lube and Ol Change STAN'S Esso Servcenter CORNER 38TH AND MARKET 24 Hour Servce BA Penn Headquarters for Hs & Hers' Sweaters See RUSSA for yourself n 1960 lea.her Economy lours by Maupntour the m fwft, all-nclusve, summer departure" H ss fo HOTORCO tll d 0 Warsaw. See """" M ' '-nngrad. 17 days. t\u>\» GRAND O H. llne, Czechoslovaka loland, Germany. 'asson 'lay, Bayreulh Feslval. Berln. Scandnava. land. Ml >l H. h CRCLE TOUR. Cruse Black Sea, see the Caucaaus. 'oland. Czechoslovaka. Scandnava, nbourg, France. EASTER* BVROFE ADVENTVRK. New route. Bulgara. Roumana, Southern Russa, Ukrane, Crmea, Moscow. Whle Rus- **' sa, '_ tjecloslovaka, 'oland, Krakow, "», Dresden. Berln, Germany, Austra. r your local Travel Agent or wrte Maupntour^p 100 Madson Avenue New York 17, \ew York s* 3(1 Ml N Gong to THE Junor Prom?»-( CONTNENTAL TUXEDOS l-t, FOR HRE All Accessores ncluded WHARTON S S. 36th ST. EV Only at Sweaters of all wool and wool blendes, all shades, styles and weaves... To please your taste... Sensbly prced Varsty Shoo 3711 SPRUCE STREET ^/ U~^ Opposte Men's Dorm A, lug, 'huh

3 a ^! pesday, OCTOBER 20, 1959 THE DALY PENNSYLVANAN PAGE TTRF.E OP COURSE GUDE FORMS FOR SPRNG 59 CLASSES fly* OF COURSE NAME Of COURSE jlmtwnt DEPARTMENT ^f OF LECTURER- NAME OF LECTURER NAME Of NSTRUCTOR Unv Status NAME OF NSTRUCTOR Unv Status 0l»OE RECEVED GRADE RECEVED Rate each of the followng categores on o 1-5 basl Ut S be optmum, 3 be average, 1 bo poor. Two and four are thadet between... C lecturer: Rate each of the followng categores on a 1-5 bass let 5 be optmum, 3 be average, 1 be poor Two and four are shades between... C lecturer A-Ceurse. Depth of Coveroge Ablty to Retan nterest ntegraton wth Text A Course: Depth of Coverage Ablty to Retan nterest ntegraton wth Text Scope 0 nstructor: D nstructor: General Valve General Value _. ntegraton wth Text and lectur ntegraton wth Text and lecture l-text: E Grader: B-Text: E Grader: Relevance to Course Farness n Gradng Relevance to Course Farness n Gradng lucdty of Style Severty n Gradng lucdty of Style Severty n Gradng.. Wllngness to Dscuss Grades Wllngness to Dscuss Grades U the remanng space, gve nformaton regardng class attendance, number of outsde papers requred, gmovnt of class dscusson encouraged, f the nstructor s avalable outsde of class, length of readng nuonments ovugnment and ony addtonal nformaton whch you as a student would lke to know about a course.»<h you wsh to consder. n the remanng space, gve nformaton regardng class attendance, number of outsde papers requred, amount of class dscusson encouraged, f the nstructor s avalable outsde of class, length of readng assgnments and any addtonal nformaton whch you as a student would lke to know about a course whch you wsh to consder. NAME OF COURSE NAME OF COURSE DfPARMENT DEPARTMENT NAME OF LECTURER.. NAME OF LECTURER NAME OF NSTRUCTOR Unv Status NAME Of NSTRUCTOR Unv. Status GBADE RECEVED GRADE RECEVED Rate each of the followng categores on a 1-5 bass, let 5 be optmum, 3 be average, 1 be poor. Two and four are shades between C Lecturer: Rate each of the followng categores on a 1-5 bass. Let 5 be optmum, 3 be average. 1 be poor Two and four are shades between C -lecturer A-Course: Depth of Coverage Ablty to Retan nterest ntegraton wth Text A Course: Depth of Coverage Ablty to Retan nterest ntegraton wth Text Scope D nstructor Scope D nstructor General Value General Value ntegraton wth Text and lecture ntegraton wth Text and lecture -Text E Grader -Text: E -Grader Relevance to Course Farness n Gradng Relevanre to Course Farness n Gradng lucdty of Style -Severty n Gradng lucdty of Style Severty n Gradng Wllngness to Dscuss Grades Wllngness to Dscuss Grades "H.t remanng space, gve nformaton regardng class attendance, number of outsde papers requred, P»ount of class dscusson encouraged, f the nstructor s avalable outsde of class, length of readng '"gnm.nl, and any addtonal nformaton whch you as a student would lke to know about a course "nk you wsh to consder. n the remanng space, gve nformaton regardng class attendance, number of outsde papers requred, amount of class dscusson encouraged, f the nstructor s avalable outsde of class, length of readng assgnments and any addtonal nformaton whch you as a student would lke to know about a course whch you wsh to consder

4 Doellng Prases Hanlon's Excellent Blockng; Needs 796 Yards For Record Rushng Mark ( tk.lll Thr Balu PcnnsulUaman SP ORTS UR Tl'KSMAV. m 11 Quakers Te Brown Booters, Defense Outshnes Offense the of th goal-t tht krtng wu nnng that»p fumbll ng Egan n two td n th >k ad lulls off Kd 81 orapletely by unts rght fullba K C ta : John < M \K.; s dd called whle ll the Scrbes' Predctons ' when 10 H the Rugger Talles Three Penn Touchdowns To Pace Freshman To Openng Vctory Pardon Us, But... rk. kck,,11(1 n lvng lun; the the sprnt arun ball a ed the Navy Defeats 150's! md's. led b) Dck Super, palled nnute to get a better shave! -M Track Entres Due All A for H' nd thus n that PRE-ELECTRC SHAVE LOTON Qucker... closer... smoother... no matter what machne you use plu >a> SHULTON N.wYork. Toronto

5 TUE m M. THE DALY PENNSYLVANAN PAGE FVE Sports Seen- A Day At The Game by Wllam T. Bates, Sports Edtor ho thought orgnal that the game ll s werd MM and that craxy b t would er tfv 'hat Sat. of the te the nl h. he yamr got»ff on an omnon- no!. whoa the Quakers somehow ( a >ar<l penalty fo rach moment el the t elf am old Wth 59 mnutes and 10 BatoanS to pj j n the cont.-t the 'enn h;nl the dubous dstncton.t havng 20 yard- m penaltlee leveled] ^p^p^p^p^p^m aganst them. \t that rat. the Quaker club would haw anuaacd BOBM MM yards m penaltes and therebj aaved John McLaughrj eome headaches and fullback Paal ' bnejuette aoae bad] aeft Pe Varsty Harrers Face Powerful LaSalle the ha nng aganst wll be tryng nng had the fnsh h M two of the frst thr» Scholnck- wll upon tro h n each of the Old mark of '.'. : ] 0 feld \ rtually through graduaton onlj. had \l \ ndvdual before ptan gh, Jn W'alhem. * tlhem ll turned n t r. A Twenty-ono-lnch TV for Your Room low Monthly Rates Froo Sorvco Call TV Servce LO SALES POSTONS Specally arranged for men and women COLLEGE STUDENTS TO EARN EXTRA CASH ol Strawbrdge & Clother P M Mon & W*.l clto W Alt D«- o A M lo 4 P M 2, 3, 4.md AH Day St.' UBERAl EMPLOYEE DSCOUNTS APPU MMEOATEY A UNVERSTY PLACEMENT OFFCE - starng them n U Paul yard ^L^H lne an ran laterally nto the Lm la* onrushntr l all. \nd just to end thng! n the same wn a par of 'enn got nto the aet. ale n the fourth quarter wth 'enn deep n ts own terrtory. Scho aumaoned mb-qaarterbaek Teaj < all nto the game. (all dashed on to the Held unmndful of 2". harmonon nstructng hm to report to the ott.al and he proceeded to perpetrate the beet quarterback "aneak' ol the day. the Do Ybu Thnk forl/burself? (BLAST OFF ON THESE QUESTONS AND SEE F YOU GO NTO ORBT*) nd nullfy. y. \» t happened the uaall) shar -cyed offcals nn.-l the nfracton and -o dd most of the l..oh.'t who attended the 2Hth fracas '" the two TJ r\als. \ few nonents later the fraj rude. wth 'enns and Browns runnng haphazardly across, around and user the feld n congratulate Oae another on a hard-fomhl t radlnnal l\\. name. fo ' all al' ach to. n the hushed uet of the >s(or < arters th. Mggag, brused body of No..11 tood off to one sde as h' sccmmly tred to et hs breath and leather hs thoughts. \ man Baled OM to hm anl asked hm f the 'enn tacklcrs were more adept at the defensve part rame than were the Dartmouth defend "Tl l.n't Dartmouth tld, but today... those two unt ked hoqaette what he thought of h- '.nn counterpart. Hanlnn. "H", a T\ food back. saw hm play only mle 'rauos n Used to practce when hs team played and we played on Sunday*." afterthought he added, rather wstfully. " hey sure do have the power... runnng and blockng bath of what d the u Do you " when a n wh;. A) a valuable member of the munty? :t to be pretty slly? AD BQ C ' f there was one brght-eyed warror n the crowd t was lnebacker John (lln. The brawny ex-netre Dame player -wkc of the touchdown on a pass ntercepton whle towelng off hs glstenng frame " looked up and there t was... all bal to do was run." Quaker rt of the schedule. Navy, Harvard, and dmnutve H ck to ere Mddes The other nght n Mam lttle Fran (urc pulled off a smlar -lunt as he led hs team to Bfl upset wn o\er the men from Annapols. ""-o-o... wth a l>8 record under ther belts the waggerng mdshp men wll come to Phladelpha wth msses and rockets ready to tnn order to break a three game losng streak at the expense s and hs Schuylkll Prates. We won't go ou' Mmb to n ton but let's just tha Ue able artllery tler A Glance At Football Statstcs 'll the ball, purpo to dnto put the ne but OOkng at the fall. -tat.-tcs n ther looks at and notes that F'enn ran the ball 51 tmes and : t 47 \ : ga urther observaton, though, reveals that and attack was able com- nent.. one of last Saturday*! game s furthl l y the passng statstcs. The men two passes n nn >r T d, the Quakers omple at of four-.ne. not 84 but 1 Blue lost Otbell twce va m whle the Hrun< threw th, > only o Turnng to ndvdual total reader mme stella lng. Doellng' ge was ed the net rush: le entre Hrun bad Paul Hghlj could bull only f7 yard- n tl attempts. to f you saw a fully d man about to jump rver, would you (A) assume he f- anllookforamo' (B) dsmss the whole t htng.l % hbonsm? (C) ru stop hm? AQ BD en Do you beleve that "a sttch n tme s (A) an argument for daylght ll a tmely Mow agan planned lescence? (C) a way ng that when you DO sght you get along AD B cn n choosng a flter rga pck one A) says t has a new flter'. beet flterng job for the te? AD-DCD When you thnk for yourselj... you (f.-nl on judgment, not efcabm, n your choce of c^ ' hy men and women who thnk for th ally : know only Vo t he moa advanced flter desgn of them all. And only *// questons... you thnk j<> The Man Who Thnks for Hmself Knows- ONLY VCEROY HAS A THNKNG MAN'S FLTER... A SMOKNG MAN'S TASTE! 10S0. Browa * WUUBBMB Tubav

6 PAGE SX THE DALY PENNSYLVAN AN NOTCES CAMPUS COMMT- CKtlBTAN ASSOCATON - GOVERNMENT CLUB TM * SWMMNO H-MD HEEL1H- Venna Youth Festval Classfed Ads STUDENT WTH CAN,. *2.r,7? ( TYPNG OUTSDE. REPORTS TT CLUB WB.BBT.MU~- COMBO. PROFESSONAL SOUND KT* AMD HT FltEMCM CLUB MASK AMD WO '!*» FLATM - p TMAKOL Omar Khayyam wrtes a new jngle rrebkman UKRBA.L 1COKD OOLT TOWME COUNCL Wll WXPN PROGRAMS Tuesday, October 20 Four More Fraterntes Bow n Football Tourney leal nu stands)! \\ Ml Hull po \. U X Whch wll ll wll ' nn fnal 9:15 ' M.V.' nly) nls Mpha untl Half-hour, DON'TBE A CLOD BE A JONER The MEET THE BOYS,,r,, Junor HEAR MAYNARD GO BROKE LVE T UP Prom Old Omar las come up wth another corker of a couplet Freel) translated from the Persan: t's what's up front that counts f t hasn't got t there t hasn't got t True, the lne* don'l can. Bu what do yo, tent-maker the perfect rhyme of \\ n-on good lke a garette should"? We'll admt tl.t somethng may have been leal m the translaton. But when t comes to \\ aatoa,nothng s h the translaton of rch, good to! taste, ll.t'- because up front,,,, pure whte flter Wn,ton baa Flter- l;l '' 1 " 1 mld fla- vorful tobaccos specall) pt flter -nu.kn ^ n*ton la d to taste good 'm.n ul- l: The Movng Lghter lght and havng lt. lcks off. Then you draw on T, And bl bj bt amok mounts; Wth Flter-Blend up front. Wn-ton'- go what counts! H. H. Feature Presentaton _H. H. AUDTORUM ON THE WATERFRONT «. J. PUraOlDS TOMCCO C0..WNST0NSA Tonght Adm, 25c MARLON BRANDO

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