Daily O'Collegian, 1979-12-06
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" i historical society 2-c '"v bldi?. ; . , newspaper archives j v tv 0(rthoma city ok 73105 a 1 "ifcle dah-y 0'cof .m the daily usps oco lit gian vol.b5-no.68 stillwater. okla.. thursday. december 6. 1979 newsstand copy 10c 25 iranians violate visa requirements by larry solomon at least iranian students oklahoma state university have been found in violation of their va during interviews conducted on campus this week, an official said wednesday. james woods, officer charge the immigration and naturalization service, agents began tuesday for 'estimated 403 attending osu. were expected to be completed "we 179 interviewed terms visas," woods said. patrick murphy, director counseling, no problems arose conducting individual hearings within student union. he osu security was hand deter action against students. ins figures showed some 420 visas since crackdown ordered last month president carter. a decision hold deportation will not made until paperwork is received city later week. "until they receive notice that are appear hearing, free move about as wish," beginning next month, before administrative judge from city. "at hearing allowed present arguments behalf, then decide if should deported," added. julie simpson, international adviser, predicted nov. 15 fewer stillwater would because (he college town lacks type job market sought most internationals. wednesday numbei violations with what his office has finding other colleges. interviews, simpson said, needed bring passport documents showing enrolled concert called loss chuck mangione show canceled by becky porter allied arts programming at oklah' state university is "ver .nuch in need of re-evalu .lion" because recent financial losses rock concerts, said larry chandler, director. has exceeded its allocated publicity budget $10,000, trying to increase ticket sales for the "guess who" concert tuesday night and atlanta rhythm section october. "we definitely lost money" on concert, chandler said. "pf i 4. just didn't want see concert," "students were probably caught up with tests. we hoping this would be a last-minute break between dead week finals." "we've jeopardized it was never set do pop concerts first place," allocations are films, performances concerts. $10,000 loss will not harm fine program "is an entire year advance." about 1,000 people present botli guess who." tickets $4.50 reserved seats sale one advance, "'we got incredible deal. 'guess who' 47-school tour happened traveling through here between performances," he said. "they charged us $3,500 less than their original price because we weren't on schedule." the "guess who's" for one show was $9,500, but only paid $6,000 two shows, chandler "the allied arts program is very much in need of re-evaluation," "it's more a philosophical problem monetary problem." "we should ask ourselves 'why spend student funds something students aren't going to support?' " added. re-examine if pop concerts are what really want," small crowd at who" concert worse, said, majority seemed be high school and junior students. "barely struggling through" semester with support, have turned down artists who want appear campus can't afford them," chuck mangione, scheduled january, canceled facilities arc "unavailable," other prospective whom named were peter frampton, foreigner, crystal gayle jimmy buffet. "outrageous" buffet "arc not out yet," he said. "maybe we can get them at a later date." "the more success have, the quicker word gets around through agencies, and we'll have better chance for bigger names," chandler attitude on this campus is different," "so many students lived oklahoma city tulsa that they're used to being able pick choose" what concerts they will attend. "when school sponsors an artist, need support from students," vet med dean rebuffs charges against college by lynn lane a recent letter in the oklahoma observer criticized state university's veterinary medicine college as being "apathetic, unprofessional and uncaring." dean patrick morgan said wednesday his is successful competent. nov. 25 city newspaper discussed how sha rhonda, horse owned averil d arbuckle, died at osu vet august. alleges underwent unnecessary suffering. was given best possible care it an unfortunate incident that had to die.'' he said. "we do thousands of (equine) operations each year they are very successful. if we weren't so successful, people wouldn't continue refer us." sato 90 percent animals treated hospital referred other veterinarians. morgan's version what happened mare follows: when arbuckle's unloaded be treated, led through barn. equine operating area old get it, animal "it barn with hay just like any anywhere," "scrub down" day also disinfected. the. veterinarian on duty contacted, been giving aid some pigs fighting. therefore blood stains shirt jeans. hearing of the emergency, vet decided to save time and go hospital as he was. "when a veterinarian conducts an operation, must clean up. put on surgical gowns gloves," morgan said. added rapid assistance was important, blood dirty clothes were disposed before operation began. said facilities in med college "aren't ideal, but they are' functional." letter observer equine area filthy. it is general policy that only veterinarians students involved surgery are allowed operating room. way person can view or even see room through window door much like garage. again, "old functional" pose no danger animals. emphasized care horse while inside best anywhere under circumstances, stressed showed negligence caring for animal. arbuckle's stated: "we submit provided our mare, sha ronda, at osu aug. 8, 1979, apathetic, unprofessional, uncaring several ways shockingly incompetent." 'hie university has extended invitation owner speak with all tloctors answer any questions pertaining efficiency college. withdrawal period ends thursday is the final day for students to withdraw from a class this semester. also, who pre-enrolled earlier semester may begin picking up their pre-enrollment schedules at 8:15 friday morning. registrar raymond girod said wednesday. will be available in big eight room on fourth floor of student union and also picked monday beginning a.m. same location. iihjhhhhhhhk3m,.. ystasie? iih msm whbh bffbihi bb8sshi ft jchk- 3h9rkb bihhb cotkt flhhb hb prc"sprih" fcvcr o'colleqian photo by tim mccarthy above normal temperatures tuesday gave some students one more chance to use their roller skates before winter-like conditions set in. steve rati, a dogtown, calif., sophomore, takes flying leap from the wall near library fountain.
|Title||Daily O'Collegian, 1979-12-06|
|Subject||Oklahoma State University-Students-Newspapers; College student newspapers and periodicals-Oklahoma; Stillwater, (Okla.)-Newspapers|
|Description||The student-run newspaper at Oklahoma State University from 1924 -|
|Publisher||Stillwater, OK; Oklahoma State University. 1924 -|
|Relation||The Daily O'Collegian|
|Rights||Copyright 2011 Board of Regents for the Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges. All rights reserved.|