State College Daily Collegian in State-College, Pennsylvania
31 Mar 1967

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31 Mar 1967

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State College Daily Collegian (Newspaper) - March 31, 1967, State College, PennsylvaniaFriday March 31, 1967the daily collegian University Park Pennsylvania Page nine it u a ,. 1 crusaders evangelize Daytona Beach by Beth Golder j collegian staff writer 1 Daytona Beach Florida was visited a by 14 University students Over Spring break without the a usual reason to pet Florida Sun tans while a making the scene at the jammed beaches and night clubs. J instead they joined approximately a Jolo other College students from the East in the Campus crusade for Christ to Daytona Beach. J. I i. The perhaps ,100,000 students vacationing there were a challenged to commit their lives to Christ and to enlist in a great revolutionary army to take the claims of Christ around the Jack n. Sparks associate professor of educational psychology and the University a club adviser explained. I he accompanied the University a delegation of crusaders to Florida and sports the popular Sun Tan look but he said his trip had value because he a saw Many students commit their jives for Ichrist in individual con Walker to dedicate new Campus location the Schuylkill Campus at Coltsville will dedicate its new Campus site sunday at 3 . Quot i Eric a. Walker of the University will be the main speaker. I j _ / student,.faculty and Community Leader will also present Short addresses. They include Elmer Johnson chairman of the Schuylkill county commissioners d. H. H. Lengel presi Dent of tie Schuylkill educational foundation which serves1 As the advisory Board for the Campus Franklin a Platts or. Instructor in engineering graphics and president of the Campus faculty organization Louise c. Terrence president of the student government association j an open House will be held at the Campus on april 3, 4, and 5, from 6 . To 9 . The Public is also invited to class visitations Between 8 am. And 5 . During the three Days of open House. I the new 40-acre Campus is located a East of Schuylkill Haven off it. 61, at the site formerly a Nofen As rest Haven. One of the four original Branch campuses opened in 1934. The Schuylkill Campus operated in die downtown area of Pottsville until moving to the renovated facilities in Jan Varv. Bates will have 11 t starting today to will hold meetings among the crusade versa ions. A things were quiet a at Daytona Beach compared to the riots a at fort Lauderdale Sparks said and a the Campus crusade for Christ May have had some kind of an influence Ini creating this climate. Part of the non student nucleus of the crusade is making its next target the University. The new Folk singers who entertained nightly at Daytona As part of the Campus crusaders program Siwill perform at 8,., monday april 10, in Schwab according to Michael Zook ticket committee chairman. Zook also said that the Campus crusade for Christ University ambassadors team composed of College Grad representatives on Campus for a week begin the Campus crusade. The group in the living areas and former greeks is will visit fraternities and sororities. The group intensifies the policy of individual discussion practice at1 i Jayton Beach and at Balboa Beach in new port California which Sparks explained. He was �?othrilled1 with the things that happened because of the crusaders policy of talking everywhere that students were to be found. He said the Daytona group had a 10 . To 2 . Schedule with Days spent at the Beach where hundreds of students stopped at the crusader sponsored a hunger Hanger and student. Crusaders mingled in the crowds along the Beach. At. Night the new Folk performed and the Field coordinator g ave talks to a students by the 1,000�?Ts�?� on topics such As a sex on saturday and a Christ the j a Sparks gave his philosophy of the organization that its members Are a unwilling to accept the status Quot morality since they Are committed to the necessity of Awakening students to the value of a life dedicated to Christ by sharing the love of a god with All men. He said the inter denominational Campus crusade for Christ was founded in 1951 at Urcla and a a it a moving with 700 Fulmine staff members this year and representatives in 40 countries. Billy Graham is one of the organizations officers. This summer 10,000 students will be trained in the National Headquarters at Arrowhead Springs California so that next fall they can go Back to Campus to a help change the world a Sparks said he anticipates. Drat exam scheduled for april amp the next selective service College qualification test to be offered at the University is scheduled for saturday april 8. Because of registration for the Spring term there will be no test today one of the dates that has been designated for the test. 1rudx to speak it 9fc banquet Theta Sig i members elect officers new officers Ware recently elected by the Campus chapter of Theta Sigma Phi n National professional organization for women in journalism and communications. I sue Diehl 10tli-s p e e c a Somerset was elected president. The other officers Are Julie Moshinsky both journal ism Philadelphia vice president Leslie Kay 10th-Iournal-ism-Cleveland, of Secretary and Jacqueline Snyder 10th-journalism-Pittsburgh treas Craig Truax Secretary of the Commonwealth will be the keynote speaker at the 17th annual inter fraternity Council workshop next week at the Kittany lion inn. A the workshop general topic this year is a bettering the fraternity Many a living members attending the workshop from 5 30 to 9 . Monday and tuesday wifi try to solve some of the a problems linked with the decreasing number of freshmen attending the University Park Campus and the subsequent drop in the number of freshmen Rushing fraternities. J a Truax will speak at the workshop banquet. He has had i a Long and varied career with the Commonwealth. In 1956 he joined the staff of the Republican state committee for the presidential Campaign As a publicist. During the 1957 session of the legislature he was assistant to the a Republican majority Leader in the state House of. Representatives. In 1958, Truax returned to the state. Committee As assistant to the chairman and was named executive director in 1959. He directed organizational activity for the party throughout the state until 1963.following the 1962 election he served with the governor s legislative advisory committee which put together the Scranton administrations legislative program. Truax was elected Republican state chairman in 1963 and re elected in 1964. The following year he was elected to the northeastern Republican state chairmen a association which represents the Republican organizations in nine Middle Atlantic and new England states. Zeta Psi to get new House Auto parts a accessories Western Auto 112 s. Fraser st. A come of j a 69er�?T-s april fool s Jammy music by fabulous 5 Guys Hub Quot 9-12 30 saturday Quot in the presidents and my 0�ini0n.�?� by Donald Pearce illustrated by Arnold Roth an uproarious collection of hip and Heady reflections on life love and the Quot scene Quot from the Heartfelt prose of hundreds of College student so who shall remain you believe a remember that Snow White was living with those dwarfs is that innocent a want More get it j at your College Bookstore. $2.95 the University s i Sigma chapter of Zeta Psi fraternity will begin construction of a new chapter House this summer. The location of the new House will be on the same premises As the present chapter House on e. Foster new building which will accommodate 56 men consists of three stories and a basement. The outside will be White split Block on the ground floor and California Redwood on the upper Levels. A 128-car parking a lot the Patio Garden Complex. And a Large Lawn constitute the landscaping. The ground floor level consists of the main living and dining areas. The living room will have Wall to Wall carpeting Wood panelled Walls a Large fire place and sliding Glass doors leading to the patios., the dining facilities will seat up to Quot 100 people. J upstairs each of the 28 double rooms will be fully carpeted and individually heated by electric Wall panels. The basement will consist of a tile floored to recreation party Complex with a fireplace in one Corner. J a the new House will replace the present one which hoi ised the old i Sigma Upsilon fraternity established in october 1955. I Sigma Upsilon became the 36th member of Zeta Psi fraternity in 1960, and was established As the i Sigma chapter of that fraternity. \ another new a cheer up no. 51. Anyone can trip Over 3rd hasp. But thanks to your close Gorelco shave you looked marvelous a i guess you re right miss swinging Campus Queen. Those 18 amazing rotary Blades 3 floating Micro Groove Heads that sideburn trimmer Coil Cord and on off switch sure saved the Day for me a restaurant now open 130 West College Avenue Wink a sky High double Decker Burger two All beef hamburgers on a three piece sesame seed Bun with melted cheese Crisp lettuce sliced Pickle and with winks sauce supreme m a. Only47? a real Mouth watering taste tempting treat featuring winks specialities winks roast beef Sandwich delicious a Mountain of tender sliced roast i beef on a toasted sesame seed Bun Ltd served with your Choice a i of tasty condiments Barb que sauce horse radish sauce Catsup or Mustard j immediate service. No waiting v69v the famous = winks jl8� hamburger a sizzling hot Burger of 100% beef . Govt. Inspected on a steaming hot Bun. With sliced pick Eja and ail the fixin s. Win keys fish specials full fish a dinner two risp fillets of fish tartar sauce French Fries Cole Slaw and a Buttermilk Roll. 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