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   Terre Haute Star, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1972, Terre Haute, Indiana                                14 The Tim July Colbert Is Milwaukee Open Champ MILWAUKEE fAP Colbert fired a par 69 Sunday and staved off strong challenge by GfwnjF Johnson and Chuck tonrney lo win the Si Geiter Milwaukee Open Golf The 31 year old wliose only previous victory in seven years on the totrf was in the 1969 Monsanto fin ished with a 13underpar 271 for 72 holes over the Tripoli Golf Club One stroke back were Grier Bud Allin and whose closing 64 was the tourneys best Colbert had started the day tied for the lead at 11under vith two strokes ahead of Colbert made his decisive move with birdies mi the ninth and llth holes to go 14under before he hogeyed the final hole for his His victory was saved when Allin missed a birdie on 18 when his third shot from over the green just failed to and Johnsons sevenfoot putt for a birdie also Victory for the onetime Kan sas State University football player raised his earnings for the year to Johnsons finishing kick came after posting a doublebogey and three bogeys on four con secutive holes on the front nine to drop to seven under He started the back nine with three birdies and an then played out in B6676M9J71 George ffl R569697027J Brian Grier Chuck 696S7464272 Rod 67677366273 67706868273 Bert Bob Tom 000 65697268274 Hoy 67716868374 Mike Hale Mike George Tommy Lou SI Lenny 750 Bruce Lee GIbbv babron Harris Bill Bob Babe John Chi Chi Ralph Johnston Homere 73677068278 Gay Taakakl Don Bob Brace Dave ST27 Bobby Dan Don Ken Miller Bob Dick Ed John MahaHey 71676974281 Wayne 67716974281 Hyte Club Runs Well FORT Ind Special Hyte Track Club gave a good account of itself in the State Junior Olympics here Satur bringing home a two fourths and two Yancy McGoffney placed sec ond in the 1213 Division of the his time of bstter ingthe previous state agegroup McGoffney qualified for the Junior Olympic Regionals at Dayton next Winners at Dayton advance to the National Junior Olympics at In the 1415 Division Cliff Thomas placed fourth in long jump with a leap of Kev in McLaughlin placed fourth with a 60 high jump and Starr Roberts took fifth in the 100 yard dash in In the 1617 Division Robert Carter placed fifth in the 100 yard dash in and sprinter Mike Crawford pulled up lame after a good start in the same 46 Yachts Lost In MidAtlantic Spain AP Offi cials of the Bayone Yacht Club in northwest Spain said Sunday they have not heard of the whereabouts of any of the 46 entrants in the Ber mudaBayone Yacht now two days overdue The leading yachts were scheduled to arrive in Bayone lasi The officials said extensive searches of the Atlantic Ocean by Spanish air force planes during past two days proved absolutely They said windless weather In the Atlantic area near Ba yone during the past two days might have been a major cause for All the yachts have wireless though none have used McRae Winner Jii Series ELKHART Graham McRae of New Zea land who has built up a com fortable lead in the Conti nental Series for formula 5000 added to that margin Sun day with a victory in ihe Road America continental driving his McRae won the first heat by 12 seconds over Sam Poseys then settled for second place in the second 96mile finishing 15 sec onds behind Skip Barbers with his fifth place finish in the second took second overall and also moved into second place in the although MtRaes 12 points are 42 more than Posey has tjd in the four races run so far BASEBALLS TOPTEM ftt THt ASSOCIATE SW at NATTOSAl LEAGUE fUftt Ctfth CedeM Htn LA CM Sanirnlllen Pgh Brock AH StL tt SD A Pgh G Aft ft H 71 ft 99 84 HW J4 70 M 83 38 111 7S 29S 9R ft 344 42 112 Tfi 4H 100 74 Z8S 34 91 35 332 104 62 1SZ 46 Bench Cincinnati 24 Klngmttn Sun mnettoo 21 20 SM 20 19 Rant Batted to 71 60 Houston S9 Colbert 59 SknFranclsco Pllrhlnt a Detlttoai t3 i 5 New John John Roscoe Place High FORT Special will be a sophomore at Terre Haute North this qualified for next weeks regional competition at by placing second in the AAU Junior Olvmpic Track meets mile run for 14 and 15yearolds here Running for Club Reedy turned in a sparkling time of his best Another North Mark placed third in and teammate Jim Rice ran In the mile for 16 and 17year Norths John Roscoe placed third in the best mile time ever by a Vigo Coun ty high school Team mate Joe Ofsansfcy was clocked in The previous best time for a Terre Haute rndler was set by Wileys Jack Corridan when he set a state record back in In the halfmile run for 14 and Norths Dave Coleman ran sixth in In the 16 and 17yearold di vision Jeff Claretto was third in John Roscoe was fifth in while Ofeansky and Jim Cottom posted times of Brown Bear Attacks Four Young Scouts mediumsized brow bear tore through a campsite at the Philmont Scout Ranch in Northeastern New Mexico early Sunday and attached four scouts who were asleep in their Two of the four scouts attacked were admitted to the Philmont Medical Lodge for treatment of puncture The other two were treated for minor scratches and released to return to the trail where they were on a 12day hiking and camping trek in the rugged wilderness area near Those treated for puncture wounds were identified as Kirk of and Thomas of Philmont Medical Officer David Pugh said the two were in good condition and would be returned to tfaeir homes Monday for further The other two were not The bear made its first appearance around 2 Sunday at Clarks one of 22 state where it woke staff The staff members frightened the bear off but it returned about one and onehalf hours Officials said the 250pound bear moved through the tent destroying tents and eventually attacking the The bear disappeared into the wilderness after the attack and officials said arrangements were being made to have the bear livetrapped so it could be moved to a less populous This is the seasons first major problem with camp director Joe Davis Philmont is a wilderness area and incidents such as these are bound to Im just glad it turned out to be a relatively minor bear New Orchestra Of Young Performers NEW YORK AP The Or chestra of the City of New a new organization whose mem jers are recent graduates of music is launching a series of 15 free They will be given at hospi tals and The orchestra hopefully will provide a showcase for young assisting them to launch their 7 an aim is to attract young and new audiences by imaginative programming and presentations at Jow Jnk Zadikov is music He has been music director of the NassauSuffolk Symphony onj Long j Program for the free concerts will include Stravinsky and Bach by folksingers Tom Paxton and Kat jazzman Herbie Han cock and young Metropolitan Opera mezzosoprano Frederi ca von There are sever al sponsors for the free Permafrost is present in more than onefourth of the earths surface and is classi fied as unfrozen ground maintaining a temperature of zero degrees centrigrade or lower for two ac c o r d n to Encyclopedia DEDICATE RESIDENCE HALL Shown at Saturday afternoons dedication ceremony for the new Knights Hall at Father Gibault School for 5901 Dixie Bee are left to Fred board member Arthur past board president Lawrence new board president the Ralph school and Joseph state deputy of the Knights of The residence hall marked the first step in the schools Golden Seventies Building Photo by Bruce Jeffrey The Public Scene The Unseen Presence MIAMI BEACH Though he far removed from this hec tic Richard Nixon was felt presence among the Democratic new and gathered here last They are caught up in their in tramural but the best of them knew that the Demo cratic convention will come to an end And you sensed that psychologically they lave a kind of double fo What President Nixon does jetween now and November can profoundly affect the mean ng of the nomination decided And smart Democrats enow that he is going to do Among Republican insiders on he summer of President Johnson was a comparable pres it was asked was he going to drop the other shoe True he was a wounded lion but Nixons entourage knew that wounded ions are And the contrast between jBJs circumstance in and Nixons in could not be more to Nixons To get the talks LBJ had to stop the Nixon could stop the bombing if he wants to might be a nice gesture this he doesnt have The North Vietnamese are show ng up On the war issue Nixon seems in complete com By means of his threehanded Peking Washington Moscow he seemingly has isolated A few days be ore the Democrats sat down in Convention the Nixon Ad ministration had announced a mge grain deal with the Soviets another big deal with eking for the sale of Boeing 707s to the mainland govern The Nixon clearly is o create concrete interests causing both Peking and Mos cow to desire improved relations ivith In the Air Force has what mounts to a free hand over orth and the choke off supplies o For all we or Hanoi may have a free hand to Word For It BY GORDON Words Often Misused Do not Id sooner go with her han remain alone at Td RATHER go with Often Mispronounced Pronounce as not as Olten Misspelled Strait aced not Synonyms honor saint con Word Study Use a word hree times and it is Let us incrase our vocabulary by mastering one word each Todays word ANODYNE a medicine that relieves or allays pain anything that Pronounce accent irst Natures greatest anodyne is BETTER ENGLISH By Williams What is wrong with this One should always do his no matter how un lealthy the climate might What is the correct pro nincialion of Which one of these words is misspelled What does the word na dir mean What is a word beginning with em that means very ANSWERS One should always do ONES no matter how UNHEAILTHFUL the climate might Pronounce sa uccent second The lowest pos Rhymes with raid After ten consecutive re the salesmans confi dencereached its destroy the more or if it refuses to come to As Nixon plays out his the antiwar orators in Miami Beach had a devilishly difficult game to They had the rhetoric of for what ever that was but Nixon had the initiative in the interna tional will have it from now until And the men around George Mc Govern were as aware of that fact as they were of the magic King Features ThisTthelhT Is A Black Power Play By GREGORY JENSEN LONDON UPI William Shakespeare never wrote a tragedy about black an oversight Charles Marowitz has now corrected for Londons Sohobased Open Space Marowitz play An Othello nods respectfully at Shake speare in but it is a thing of its savage tragedy about the plight of blacks in a white of did write a play about a black man who rises high in a white In his Othello Moor of Venice commands the white Venetian marries White paragon named strangles her from a baseless jealousy implanted by his white He is a victim only of Thats not quite the way Marowitz sees His Othello is an Uncle His lago is black power a gutter language This lago spits out a Greek chorus ghetto commentary on the actions recognizeable from Shakespeares He steps into the action to poison Othellos mind against Desde mom because she is acts as Othellos Wack con This Desdemona is Par from the faultless wife Shakespeare made Marowitzs Desde actress Judy Geeson hi virginal a wanton who not only sleeips with her husbands but with the whole on a giant version of Othellos love token to a strawberrydotted This Othello does not kill as Shakespeares He is knifed by his white not because he has smothered ri ses from her deathbed a because he has outlived his this is not a simple interpretation of Marowitz is not even writing an as he did earlier with Hamlet and An among many possible Othellos Shakespeare as a readymade set of characters and situations most audiences know from the A third of bhe language is The rest islike todays graffiti Marowitz springboards off Shakespeare into the tragedy he wants to His means are economical in the origin ally a New is accustomed to doing most with An Othello uses only seven actors on the bare stage of the Soho basement And it is as a director more than a writer that Marowitz makes An Othello a power brutal At the end Othello lies Silently the whites line up as lago steres hatred at as lago drags the corpse past the line of they look at the blacks they have then at each other and break into victorious A mark of 134 degrees in Death on July is the record high tem perature in the United Jesuit Makes Way In World Of Modern Art By BARRY JAMES ROME UPI His tie is fashionably four inches his shirt trousers flared and blazer sharply Oscar Magnan looks just like what he successful painter and sculptor of modern ab stract Magnan also has a secret of which few of his friends in the art world are He is a Jesuit Magnan normally lives and teaches at Peters College in Jersey Be came to Rome to supervise a double showing of his works in this city and in Magnan cannot remember the last time he put on the white Roman collar and the black cassock or suit that most Jesuits I want to fight with the same weapons as any other he When people realiee you are a they tend to judge you for the kind of person you for the kind of work you Magnan said that to exhibit as a Jesuit would be like having a very rich I want to do things on my son of a French father and Swedish was taken to Cuba at the age of still holds a Cuban passport although he has not been in that country since 1961 He joined the Jesuit order in Havana when he was 17 and later took degrees in philosophy at Oxford Upiversity and theology at Toronto Now he has just completed a doctorate in aesthetics at the Magnan began painting when he was but gave up thoughts of becoming a profes sional artist when he joined the When studying at Oxford in the early he entered a competition for young artists sponsored by Londons Tate and in he organ ized an exhibition by many of Canadas bestknown artists at his Jesuit He has gone on to give several shows of his on both sides of the Magnan said the dispersal of the Cuban province of the Jesuit order gave him the Independence to take un a full time art with the blessing of his He teaches aesthetics and sculpture at Peters College and uses every spare moment to work on his angular which he described as asymmetrical perspec lives and which he said are based on mathematical prin There Is no trace of traditional religious art in his but to this he replied Priests and nuns have painted a lot of bad art in the name of Magnan said he always has refused to do work for churches or exhibit in any religious He wants only to be known as Oscar And he apparently is Mag nan said he sells enough of his paintings to be able to make a modest living outside the Jesuit The Jesuits once were famous as he They helped design rnuuh of baroque Rome and imposed their style throughout the missions of Latin But in response to the age of bhe Jesuits became intellectuals and and no longer Not long what J am doing now would have been completely Msg nan Gibanlt School Dedicates New Residence Hall Knights a new residence hall at the Father Oibault School for was dedicated during Saturday afteitioonCeremonies at the 5961 Dixie Bee The new com pleted this houses 24 boys and two staff The building marks the completion of the first step of Phase One of the Golden Seven ties Building Program at t h e Knights Hall was made pos sible by donations from Torre Haute area individuals and busi the Knights of Colum bus of Indiana and the Ell Lilly and John founda The building program which will run through 1977 includes construction of two more 24unlt residence and a sports center containing a gymnasium and plus the remodeling of several existing More than has already been pledged to the Golden Seventies Building The local fund drive was con ducted by a 25member com mittee headed by local business man Forrest Since the Gibault Schools in ception in it has given over delinquent and pre delinquent boys the opportunity tt redirect their lives and to become assests to thetrtse1ves as well as to their EXCLUDED Excluded from the field of pfUentable inventions is the ap plication of fissionable material or atomic energy to atomic according to Encyclo paedia Russians Say Activist Must Stand Trial MOSCOW IJPI Gavriel a 27 year old Jewish activist who married a Cincin will be tried July 26 on charges of avoiding army an American lawyer said Jacob former president of the American Trial Lawyers said Sha piros the former Judy had applied fora Soviet visa to be present for the The embassy here said it would press for the Fuchsberg explaining he was flying to the United States Monday to seek State Depart assistance for The New York lawyer said he hoped to return to Moscow as an observer at the Fuchsberg and former Attorney General Ramsey Olark will head a lawyers committee organized to assist the Shapiro The Shapiros were married June 8 in an orthodox Jewish ceremony in his parentsMos cow Because the religious ceremo ny was not recognized in the officially atheistic Soviet they tried to arrange a Moscow civil But Shapiros tourist visa expired June 121 before the civil ceremony could be Shpairo was arrested at Sheremetyevo airport minutes after seeing His wife off and charged with evading military an offense subject to a maximum penalty of one year at corrective tasks or a 36 dollar He was released June 30 on condition that he not leave the Moscow AP Six antiwar activists were indicted by a federal grand jury over the weekend on charges of conspiring to disrupt nexlx months Republican National Convention by firing rifle and exploding bombs in the streets of Miami The indictment came only houfs after the on the last night of their national passed a resolution which condemned the Nixon ad ministration for attempting to intimidate and discredit the Vietnam Veterans Against the The all members of were accused of plot ting to launch attacks on police patrol cars and stores with automatic weapons fire and incendiary Held in Tallahassee under bond were John Peter New Orleans and Scott Gain Florida coordinator for the also was indicted on charges of instruct ing in the use and application of incendiary devices and pos session of a chemical A Alton was being held in custo dy by marshals in Dade The other two Don Perdue of Fort Lauderdalc and William Patterson of El still were being according to Jack The indictments were issued following a weeklong hearing by the grand which has recessed until four other mem bers of the antiwar group are being held in Tallahassee on contempt of court charges for allegedly refusing to testify be fore the grand jury after being offered immunity from prose cution by the Justice Depart An attorney for tone veterans immediately protested the ar rests and said motions would be filed to quash the in dictments and to lower the A group of war veterans mil ling around outside federal court said the indictments were an attempt by the Nixon ad ministration to discredit the or This is another Chicago and said Dave who identified himself as Colo rado coordinator for the Theyre just trying lo get us out of Don a University of Arkansas student from Fayette said earlier plans lew Records WASHINGTON AP The needlenosed Air Force SR71 reconnaissance a flying sti letto more than 100 feet has set a record for sustained speed at high An Air Force citation said the airplane was flown April on a record lOVihour a distance of miles at speeds over Mach 3 and alti tudes above feet Mach 3 is times the speed of or more than miles an This flight established new and exceptional records for du ration and total distance cov and proved the extended supersonic reconnaissance capability of the thereby adding significantly to the se curity of the United the Air Force said in citing the twoman crew who will receive the Mackay Other planes have flown high er and but before for such a long time at extreme The recordsetting flown out of Beale Air Force includ ed two round trips across northern and central United States and a complete circle of the Western the equiva lent of a nonstop flight from San Francisco to Paris and re The pilot was as and the navigator was De wain now a lieuten ant of They are with the NJnfcb gic Reconnaissance Wing at They are to receive the top Air Force flight the ft Pentagon FIRST FEMALE IN First woman to travel in space was Valentina Vladi mitova Tereshkova of She orbited the earth 48 times in a 70hour and 50minute space flight that lasted from 16 to June Jury Indicts Six Antiwar Activists for nvassift dedWttStflMOn now were MmdMAHAi sized in fatrdr of ftiftd ftiStnA activities to pay tot the defense of those under The indictments Were Under the same antteorisplracy law used by the JUiticfe Dftpart ment following the 1S88 Demo cratic Convention In a prosecution which resulted in the Chicago 7 conspiracy Thursday Might the Demo cratic National Convention con demned the Nixon adminis tration for attempting to in timidate and discredit the an tiwar The resolution adopted by a voice vote on the floor protested the jjbvern ments Issuance of subpoenacs to at least 21 antiwar veter ans who sat out bhe Democratic convention in the Tallahassee federal courthouse and post of fice The indictment further ac cused the six of plotting to or ganize fire teams armed with automatic weapons und in cendiary devices that allegedly would disrupt Miami Beach while the 2124 convention was in DALEY SECLUDED AT SUMMER HOME REMAINS ANGRY CHICAGO AP Mayor Richard Daley of Chicago re mained in seclusion over the reportedly at his summer home in Grand where he is believed to have been since his ousting from the Democratic National The Chicago Tribune quoted unnamed sources in editions as saying the mayor spends most of the time in has room Daley has not been seen pub licly since the week before the Miami Beach convention voted to unseat him 58 other un committed delegates and re place them with a slate led by Chicago William The Tribune quoted sources as saying Daley appeared ob viously angry when seen by persons other than members of his The newspaper quoted another source as de scribing Daley as pacing back and forth furiously like a caged Costly Loophole NEW YORK 400 million packages of untaxed cigarettes are sold annually in New York costing million in excise and sales tax revenues last according to the Tax Foundation and a state These Days John Chamberlain Saving Fne Consumer from His MIAMI first op portunity to vote in Congress on a democratic platform item will come when Senators and all of them members of the gov ernment operations meet to consider that most sacred of all conventionyear sacred the American con They will be asked to endorse or reject the platforms language that supports the so called Amicus Curiae approach to creating a new watchdog body to oversee the work of the Federal Trade the Department of Agriculture and other agencies now charged with consumer Believe it or tne Demo cratic platform wording rejects Ralph Naders toughguy theory of what a s u p e rwatchdog agency should be entitled la do to override the lesser The Amicus or Friend of the Court which is middle of the would en title a newly created consumer protection agency to criticize and offer friendly advice to such bodies as the Department of Ag riculture and the Federal Trade Commission without having the power to appeal decisions to the courts and to subpena witnesses on its Bella Abzug and other bull dog Nader Res are shrieking to high that the phrase Amicus Curiae got into the Democratic consumer plank by an It slipped they by a comedy of errors because everybody was too tired to note that Madame pardon Abzug regards as a printers there it still in the text of It was passed by the which can hardly reconvene at this date to change if Jackson and Chiles decide to support the hardline Nader bill for a consumer1 protection agency in the government operations com mittee they will be going against their own party As an American consumer arent we all 1 would re ject the idea of any need of a sueprwatchdog to protect my But if I have to choose between superwatch the Amicus Curiae pioaqh is clearly preferable to consumer protection which would give punitive ad vocacy power to the Ralph Nader Naders idea of the consumer is a categorized picture of i little man who log stupid to exercise choice on nil own This whole idea of cate gorizing people offends me any 1 am a very individual consumer who wants to use my money as I not as Na der In defending me against the motor barons Nader has added at least two hundred dollars to the price of a He seems oblivious to the fact that no two consumers are Some want total some want a blend of safety and some would be willing to take cars as they used to ing to their own common sense to drive defensively without having to pay through the nose for all those safety devices that may or may hot Because of Naders costover run approach I am still getting by on my 1965 Since it has a doesnt down in still a better car than any that has been improved by Naders Prices have doubled in this country without any particular concern on the part of the self constituted protec That means that most of us poor slobs have to buy inferior cheap The Washington air is full of clamor for pro tection against the Japanese and the West who offer good blends of cheapness and Do you see Ralph Nader mounting the barricades to protest against the growth of a that would mulct the consumer Does he lobby against the taxes that take money from me UiaA I might use to buy safe radial tares made in France So give me a Amicus cume consumer protection agency as advocated by the Democratic It would at least be preferable to a Naderdominated agtency armed the powers of a latterday Spanish inquisi King Feature NOW YOU CAN OWN A CHIIDRBNI FASHION SHOP WITH STRONO FRONT POTiNTIAU Enjoy UKttuful tf your own Join Amtriut ftitott growing group of chlldroni now operating in 17 ABC Ing knowhow you off to ftit frovon optreting Uch ind group buying ligot on bund clothing croilo groitor 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