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|Paper||Westminster College Student Newspapers|
The PARSON Pago 2 October 20, mis Relax With Paperback; Extracurriculars Alpha Chi, honorary scholastic society, will hold the annual fall initiation of members and installation of officers Tuesday, October 27 in Hogle Hall, Robinson Room at 7:30 p.m. Faculty and administration are welcome. Remember If you dont get you picture, no yearbook. Senior boys wear white shirt and tie. All other boys, wear white shirt with a button-dowcollar if possible. n NOTICE Homecoming queen election convocations will be held at the break, Friday, Oct. 23 and Monday, Oct. 26. MEETING The Journalism Club will meet tonight in the Library conference room from 7 to 8. Guest speaker Steve Hale will discuss feature writing. NOTICE Tickets for the Homecoming dance are now on sale in the Bookstore or from freshman class officers, Price is $1. NOTICE Friday, October 29 is the last day for yearbook pictures. If you havent received an appointment, sign up in the Bookstore. Read something light to relax Try a paperback from the new collection now being assembled in the library. cording to Mrs. K. Brown, the books located near the conference rooms will be checked out as regular hardbacks. Paperback donations are now being accepted by Mrs. Brown to enlarge the f.t PERSON m$i F!$ Campus Worship Center Now Ready for Use Go, Go where the action is. Westminster Student Lounge, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Open to you. In the past years the members ship of Dr. Hahn, adviser; Bob of CCF (Campus Christian Fel- .Haines, president; and Carol Short lowship) have held their weekly Akers, secretary-treasureservices in Ferry Hall Lounge. services are held every Thursday This year they finally have a at 9:50 In addition to CCF woship chapel. It is located on the second floor of Ferry Hall in what services, two services will be used to be the Honors room. It held each week that are not conhas now been painted and has a nected with CCF. Mrtins will new rug, chairs, and lectern. be held from 8:00 to 8:30 on When it is finally completed, it Tuesday, and vespers on Friday will also contain a communion from 3:30 to 4:00. These worship table and a dosal (with a screen and meditation services will be behind it for visual aids). held under joint faculty and stuCCF will, of course, be the dent leadership. For those who dont like servprimary user of the chapel. This year CCF is under the leader- - ices or havent the time, die chapel will be open' at all times for those who just want to forget about their worries for a Day time. r. HEREDITY, I.Q. from page 1 its infancy, and only needed to examine to give one all the 'answers. Then they make their conclusions. It is obvious that since these twins were reared by the same instructions' and that they always went together to the same schools, visited the same people and joined the same groups .that one of the two twins has hereditarily inherited a higher IQ, a higher ability to grasp the significance. of the world about him. This obvious fact is substantiated by his superior abilities in school ,his near genious mathematical dexterity. DRAFT RIOTS from page 1 way is just to get people to perform military duties by increasing the pay and base it on volunteers who join because they want to. The draft is just a substitute for adequate pay, he says. He reports that the Students for a Democratic Society, a left win ggroup, is planning a nationwide student strike over Viet Nam during the first ten days of December. During the strike students will leave their classs rooms to stage ar.d protests at campus military and research installations. He says also that there will be student protests with local acts of civil disobedience at 30 to 40 campuses across the country. Actions such as these are as dangerous as smoking in an ammunition plant in view of student attitudes toward the draft, . . sit-in- STUDENT SPECIAL KEN'S DAY - NITE Laundercenter COIN OPERATED DRY CLEANING 8 Lbs. for $1.50 (Reg. $200) (About 10 Skirts or Light Sweaters) Thru Oct. with Student Cards 6:30 9:30 p.m. Thursday thru Monday Pickup, Delivery Same Night See Pete McFee, Carleson 7 Phone Higher ability to grasp the significance of the world about him? A higher IQ? Hereditarily inherited? Or was it the almosts, about s, the nearly the sames . . . wras it environment? It couldnt be environment, you say, because the twins both had the same environment- - But did them? Exactly the same environment? And did they accept it in the same manner? Was each thinking the same thoughts as the other as they encountered together their environment? Did their minds travel together in the same paths as their bodies? Heredity, IQ. or environment? just Professor Wilhelm suggests. He points out that student agitators are using the argument that draft-exemcollege students have the moral duty to fight against the coercion of youth into the war machine. My own observations lead me to believe that during the past few months almost any effective organizer could have put thousands of college students, on almost any . campus, . into the streets in a violent demonstration against the draft. Given a time when students are under pressure as with exams, little more would be needed than a group running through the dorms at night shouting, lets riot against the draft. The students rallying to such a cry wouldnt know, nor care, if the ones at the head of the mob were carrying signs protesting Viet Nam. We should recognize that the civil rights movement has trained thousands of students across the country in the techniques of mass demonstration. Also in recent years we have seen students demonstrate violently over issues of less personal importance to them than the draft over the issues involved at Berkeley for example. Professor Wilhelm points out that about 100 years ago, during the Civil War, there were a number of draft riots across the country. pt 466-032- Highland Drive (Directly Across from J. C. Penneys Sugar House) Phone 2263 B 466-040- 2 Open - 6 a.m. to Midnight Daily . - $10 to $25 a Day! Show Christmas Cards, Costume Jewelry, or Car Flares to Family, Neighbors, and Classmates. Call 359-329- 1. Student Pay Schedule Set WHICH EPIC RECORDS LATEST ALBUMS GLAD ALL OVER COAST TO COAST WEEKEND IN LONDON TERRACE BALLROOM Nov. 19, 8:00 IDCNTirv At OFftCOltTCACO TMl ANO COKC ONLY THC AOOUCT COMPANY. All time cards must be in the Business Office by the dates given in order to be processed and ready for payday. Time cards not received on due dates will be held until the next pay period. Time Cards Due Payday October 25 October 28 November 8 November 11 November 22 November 25 December 6 December 9 December 13 December 16 . January 3 January 17 January 31 February 14 February 28 March 14 March 28 April April May May May 11 29 9 23 30 January 6 January 20 February 3 February 17 March 3 March 17 March 31 April 14 April 28 May 12 May 27 June 2 The PARSON Editor Toni Franzolino Business Manager Kim Gregory Feature Editor ..Marilyn Pierson Sports Editor....Allan Burkhalter Advertising Manager Carol Kirkham Allen Austin, Photography Bemd Beutenmuller. Bill Kittle Art Editor Lynda Shields Drama EditorHeather Maynard Correspondence Secretary Elaine Williams Music Editor .Katie McBride Earl Norris, Steve Reporters Martinez, Joyce Yount, Margo Markowski, Margaret Brady ; Letters to the editor must be in good taste, must be typed and signed by the writer in ink and must be limited to 250 words, j The Editorial Board will reserve the right to shorten letters exceeding the length. 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