|Paper||Southern Utah University Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Southern Utah University Student Newspapers|
TUESDAY JANUARY 19, 1988 THE THUNDERBIRD Cry Freedom subject of next Convo "Cry Freedom: Apartheid and the Tragedy of South Africa" is Thursday's Convocation. Donald Woods, a w hite South African journalist, will speak at 11 a.m. in the Auditorium. A major motion picture, "Cry Freedom," will feature his first hand experience with apartheid. It will be coming out in February. Woods is the author of several books among them Biko and Asking for Trouble which form the basis for the Sir Richard Attenborough movie "Cry Freedom." Woods and his family escaped from South Africa 10 years ago after he was "banned" for antigovernment editorials. Now living in London, Woods and his wife Wendy were principal consultants for the Attenborough film. Woods is a critic in exile, a writer, broadcaster and lecturer on apartheid. He has spoken at many American colleges and universities, urging complete divestiture of university investments in companies doing business in South Africa. He has also testified before Congressional and Senate committees on the subject. The SUSC speaker is a South African descended from British and Irish pioneers who settled in South Africa in 1820. He studied law at the University of Capetown before entering journalism, and became editor-in-chiof the South African newspaper, The Daily Dispatch, in 1965. COLOR COUNTRY TV & ELECTRONICS 1067 SOUTH MAIN 566-144- VCRs TVs Camcorders We oiso carry a complete line ot accessories for your convenience BHASI More tickets were issued on the SUSC campus quarter than all the tickets issued in Iron County by the police and the Utah Highway Patrol, according to SUSC Security Chief Kent D. Hoyt. 1,300 to 1,400 tickets were issued during the quarter by campus security. Parking tickets are issued for a variety of reasons: from not having parking decals to not displaying them properly to causing obstruction g to traffic and parking in areas. One regulation that is being strictly enforced is handicapped parking. Hoyt made it clear that students who park their cars in the areas reserved for the handicapped students will find their cars towed away at their expense and impounded. In fact, this has already fall COUPON FREE BRAKE CHECK Expires February 8, 1988 LUBE AND OIL SPECIAL Now Only $1599 Up to 5 qts. of oil. Regularly Musi present coupon Expires TooruBry 1908 8, Good 84720 only al Bg Call 588 O Tiros. 721 non-parkin- The new ROTC program at SUSC is offering two and three year scholarships. Nearly 2,000 of these scholarships will be awarded in nation-wid- e competition. There is no restriction on the number of scholarships that can be awarded from this pool to qualified winners at SUSC. However, interested students must apply soon. for three These scholarships include each a school subsistence of year, quarters stipend of $100 each month during school, $130 each quarter to defray the cost of books and educational materials and all laboratory and administrative fees charged by the college. This makes the three-yea- r scholarship at SUSC worth full-tuiti- full-tuiti- approximately $7,200 and the two-yescholarship worth almost $4,800. To be eligible to apply for one of these scholarships, a student must be a citizen of the United States, must be in good health, can have no physical handicap, must plan to earn a baccalaureate degree before hisher 25th birthday, and must have a grade point average above 2.70. Students interested in competing for these scholarships should contact Capt. Kevin Miller in South Hall, room 125, or call him at 586-793Deadline for application process is Feb. 1 for the three-yea- r scholarships and Feb. 15 for the two-yescholarships. $21.95 Mam Street. Cedar City s A kg SUPERIOR AUTO PARTS 200 WEST 200 NORTH CEDAR CITY, UTAH. to V 586-389- 6 r tfir J t: C WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF AUTO PARTS & ACCESSORIES FOR FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CARS & TRUCKS X. ar THU SUSC MASQUE Cl I ill PRESENTS A STAGE WMmm 11 PRODUCTION OF i 2. ar WHOM? WHO IS THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND? WIXO MURDERED Follow the clues and win a dinner for two at Milts. Three (3) dinners to he given away. Pick-uan entry form at the concessions table before die show, answer the three clues, and give it to an usher at the end of the show. If there is a tie a drawing will be held to determine the winners. p CLUE -- 1: Who is Hound? Take a bite! Win a prize If you guess right find the clue number to two, find a hole in the window in old AU Utah 1 non-parki- Scholarships available through ROTC South 4200 happened to several offenders, said Hoyt. In addition, many students do not bother to get decals and end up having to pay a $7 fine when the cost of the parking decals for the year is only $6. Students also tend to ignore these tickets, and as a result, the security office has to go through the process of identifying those students and calling them in to talk to them. Also with the increased enrollment at SUSC, finding a parking spot has become a major problem. As a result, many students park in areas. One such area is behind the Student Center and, according to Hoyt, the main offenders are student body oflicers and members of the faculty and staff. Parking problems continue to plague both security and students, said Hoyt, and the job seems to fall to campus security to keep order. Student discounts on parts orders Security gets tough on parking violators BY RAJEEV 6 We ccmy o complete line of student affordable When finally arrested in 1977 for publishing details of the killing of Black Consciousness Leader Stephen Biko, Woods was forbidden to write, to speak publicly, to be quoted in the press, to speak with more than one person at a time or even to be in the room with more than one person. Shortly after his house arrest, Woods' that daughter received a Steve Biko had evidently been soaked in some sort of acid. When she tried the shirt on, her face and eyes were burned. That event, combined with other reasons for going into exile, resulted in a dramatic escape by the Woods family into Lesotho. neighboring black-rule- d 7 PAGE To THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND WRITTEN BY TOM STOPPARD JANUARY tWHH A sill 1987 20-- 23, 1AL MATINEE JAN 2) AT 1 PM) SUSC AUDITORIUM CURTAIN A P.M.