|Paper||Utah State University Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Utah State University Student Newspapers|
Poge 4 Student Life Monday December 5 1977 STUDENT EDITOR should be stopped When a student is issued an activity card he naturally expects to he able to tjet seats at basketball games on a first comedirst sen e basis But at CSC this is becoming hardly the case Some students hav e the gall to save seats for all their friends At games with in state rials saved seats have even been offered for sale by enterprising Often whole rows of empty seats are begin reserved for lazv latecomers by friends It is discouraging to come early to a game oniv to be greeted by scattered seats that are empty y et off limits tute unlimited is unfair meqmt-- Clean up your act! To the editor: I down on the southeast corner of the Spectrum at floor level I heard evidences the presence ef same ardent boosters making sure everyone knew they were there When I deciphered some of the things they were yelling I g seats is necessarv and of of said to myself "Somebody ought to write an insulting letter to the "ditor calling to that" My tetter sense took over finally and I corn hided that fieople who acted that way in public were insult and it wouldn't do atb-ntio- allow mg oath p rs on m the student section to save one sea! only IitMe enforcement would be needed for students would gladly enforce the rule on their own I nder "’ach a limit spectators could leave bedpans home yet still be rewarded tm- arriving eurlv Highrisers - any good any way So I decided to write a letter to 1 o the editor: b'iiiian students apposing the again have displayed an : '"i'blv national a’ttu la in 'leer s' s died fur freedom The re ent tiarge that trie university administration has bribes from the Iranian m‘ "‘t poll e destroys the little radihihtv the ISA may have had far one believe any student whe assaults fallow students does xhah ' d ' 1 Tom Stoddard Hunger strike by Ray Cornki 1 mention to those fellows who insist on screaming disgusting epithets that conduct like that is unbecoming and offensive to many who are subjected to it Obscenities offensive language and harrassment of officials is not I believe the most profitable way to support an athletic team Besides call me oversensitive perhaps but I am concerned with what others think of this university when they visit us be they opposing team personnel or visitors from the community Not meaning to dampen your spirit guvs which I think is great but I d like to ask you as a favor to clean it up attended the basketball team's name the other night and seat-saver- s seat-savin- fo the LETTERS unfair Seat-savin- g is good idea riot deserve to tie allowed to attend this sc hool IS members already have displayed a freedom few other students an a:npus enjoy the exclusive right to be quoted anonymously m Student Life At least the IS lias offered a permanent solution to its problems a hunger strike Iet the ISA starve few will protest Kic hard F IaK orco Time to care about world 1 o the I bet editor: o percent of us including couldn't present a single shr eel of evidence either refuting or proving the IS Vs claims of suppression and conspiracy involving the US government and the Snah You're right when you said many valid points are lost in the emotionalism! Did the IA really help put the Shah into power'' Do we need the Shah to protect our oil supply and nelp contain the USSR1 I would me likely-gettin- TRUST GEORGE TO FIND A WAV TO GET gVBRip GIRL IN THE SORORITV House oki his C like to know wouldn’t vou? The Viet Nam trauma may have turned a lot of people off to foreign involvement but we can't afford to just ignore our neighbors because we once got burned lap student Our government is deeply concerned about the affairs of other countries and its about time we too looked into what's going on out there Should we sell wheat to Russia’ Should we restrict steel from Japan1 Are you concerned about the prices of tractors and wheat’ What about Oil? Is there a good reason for the wav our government is pushing for human rights in some countries more than others1 It’s about time we cared more about the rest of the world that is if we care about our poeketbooks and consciences "Peace on Earth and mercy mild John Clark LIFE EDITORIm'pouCv" K Mor w Campus Backy C dftor adttor - Kn Louro Coirn Budd Vaughn Sfarrti Entartainmanf adder Barnard Prru Sports adrtor Doug Robnjon Outdoors adftor Rch laRocco Or Campus ad dor John Coldwpil ad dor Vck Borkar Outdoors wrttar Rondy Stutman Entartalnmant wrltsr Kn Mormon Sports wrttar Data Bublit Cartoonists Roy Corna Grog Gorcio Photographars - Ron Handnrk Copy A! 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