|Paper||Utah State University Student Newspapers|
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|Paper||Utah State University Student Newspapers|
Page 4 Student Life Friday December 1977 2 STUDENT LETTERS EDITOR 'Not what you say but how you say it' Paper should give example r if the editor: Wild! has happened to "who what where wh when and how" in newspaper-articlwriting'1 Your issue Vol 75 No 23 November 18 1977 violates one or more of these in all three of the front page articles I was left e Ht'inre the Iranian Student Association 'ISA) tfoes any in its attempts to issue ultimatums to the t or wane hunger strikes it would do well to of its actions To the editor: the ISA is out to garner student sxmpathy and 'Lpport for its d tapes ayainst the Shah of Iran or the treatment of Iranian students it could sureh find a hotter wax All that seems to he resulting from present It actions is the rexerse effect - alienation American and foreign students in this ura ersity haxe a unique opportunity to learn about otiier cultures customs and beliefs if only xxe take the time Hopefully all sides in the Iranian situation could learn from one another and exchange some construetix e dialogue but not by the means currently pursued We are making no comment on whether or not VSIT students are sympathetic to the problems of the Iranian government but it is fairly certain many students are offended by the ISA's methods of alerting us to their problems Doesn't the ISA see it is doing nothing but ahenating many students by using such questionable methods and alleged threats some of which we have experienced'7 Our opinion on the ISA’s use of American freedoms has already been expressed and still stands But in the interests of ex eryone it would be a good idea to arrange some type of meeting perhaps between ISA leaders and student leaders to discuss the problems dnd t0 determine ‘onstructive solutions ways of finding one-to-on- Our students might write bette if vou folks participated m th example-settin- g process fleorge S Innis Professor Tins letter is m response to Mr tkin s letter in defense of ()rnn Hatch Nov 28 Mr Hatch said the reason that the oil companies do not produce more petroleum products is that the government will not allow them to charge the price they want Mr Atkins the oil companies already make about an 8 to 9 percent return on their money and believe it or not that is all most of the major industries in this country make Just what do they want'1 Hit1 oil companies will not start hollowing out our mountains for shale oil until they feel they can make a profit and the gover- nment doesn t haxe a damn thing to do with that Next tune you want to support Mr Hatch I would suggest that you check the source of his facts first I for one think Orrin Hatch only says what he thinks people want to hear and not what is really true Thomas M Moore Can Hatch hatch facts? To the editor: If Orrin Hatch Could hatch facts9 How many facts Could Orrin Hatch hatch Dain Maddox e not What vou sa it’s how wisdom seems very here Many valid points are more than likely getting lost m floods of emotionalism and defensive actions vouVaif” more frustrated than informed! all the subjects addressed Check source of facts tarther tinners reads examine the full impact to the SThyitng 5° -- of - Observations on humans To the editor: Throughout this fall quarter from its humble beginnings approximately two months previous I have found myself deeply involved in an unexpected side-tri- p which to this very day even continues to intrigue me immensely to say the least And just specifically what is this intrigue which has that of my cognitive captured being so deeply? It is You yes You the being presently reading this epilogue routine here my fellow university students staff and-o- r professor babies And now a few brief notations of that which I have previously perceived 1 Ladies all shiny and clean dressed and all pretty 2 building forcing and releasing 3 Bodies all hunky 4 Flat shoes boots d and shoes clogs tennis shoes hiking boots jogging shoes leather shoes mocassins sandles hush puppies cowboy boots and even a couple of dirty and barefoot nearly extinct hippies 5 Noticeably diverse personahigh-heele- lities 6 “and look there's one who’s doing embroidery while her husband eats hungrily” and “check out the strut on the one there in the blue and dig it if you can man” Several students 7 stealthily sipping smirnoff and taking “snack” smilingly beneath the union building’s stairwell Energy moving pushing ( Continued on page 5) l 7— a L‘ ot Otat Stofw UnlvOTtty EOHIA1 PoTIcyT - dHw C Cotms Cindy budd r - Kwn Vaughn - Laura Storrott fcpcky Entortofnmoat odor - ftamord Prn2 Sports sdHsr Doug Robinson Outdoors Rich loRocco Ob Compos pdHor John ColdwoN '— Copy adHor Vcki ftarkor wrttor Rondy Stutman fntsiisinnMiil wrbai - Kon Harmon Sports wrttor - Dak Bu blits Cartoonist Ray Corma Grog Garcia Mtotogropkers Ron Hondncfcs Al Hartmann Roy Mtllor Stoll wrHors - Dob Arloda Doug Bucfcloy God Dalton bob Higgins bob Irvin Josophson Rotio Mugglor Grog Pock Louno Snow Tom Wilcox omd and LFTTtP POLICY Tho Publication ZZZZZ dltor'°l V must bo typd on o Nn b -- hhld by th Pubilshod tn wooklv A including Quartor brooks JL thdoy Holiday and ff’ b°"d " Wltt' °Pnons of Utah Stars University or ASUSU n®ht ° rmhj— ° rlnt 'V lortor All "”W ""1 Ph0 37' (d”r rh1 ’aH lors t tho studont roqoost copt during finals wook and school holiday Holiday Thanksgiving Holiday Washington 8ir! 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