Daily O'Collegian, 1979-12-15
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t h e daily 11 fcjj sllhb heb j vol.85-no.75 stillwater, okla., saturday, december 15. 1979 newsstand copy 10c iranian students will not face deportation hearings by larliy solomon iranian students at oklahoma state university who were found in violation of their visa requir-ments will not face deportation hearings, a federal official said. james woods, charge the immigration and naturalization service city, said hearings halted after u.s. district judge tuesday declared unconstitutional check ordered president carter. "the ruling says that evidence we gathered interviews can't be used hearing," woods "however, through other means can still used." court appeals friday government continue to investigate may country illegally, but immediately deport those without valid visas. did overturn lower court's decision, set arguments for next thursday decide whether program against iranians is legal. ins agents interviewed most 403 on osu's campus dec. 4 5. they about 50 visas, "nothing happen show up interview," added. refused speculate any appeal justice department might make concerning tuesday's ruling. julie simpson, international student adviser, said dec. 6 only minor violations were found during interviews with osu iranian students. "the most frequent violation discovered was not being a full-time student," simpson said. since the takeover of u.s. embassy in tehran, several developments occurred at situation. last month an estimated 600 american students demonstrated on campus against holding hostages. demonstrators carried signs denouncing takeover, chanted anti-iranian slogans and then defaced an iranian flag. on nov. 20, two osu students displayed a banner apologizing for what they called "racism bigotry" shown at the earlier demonstration. later, student praised courage by two. recent reports from show are having difficulty cashing checks in stillwater harassed u.s. students. kamy kheradpir, mechanical engineering major tehran, said, "the banks will not cash any of our because freeze president carter put money." devotion needed in horse training by laura jordan oklahoma ranks highest of all other states in the number quarter horses per square mile and capita, said horse owner bob robey. robey owns several winning race horses, including fuel voted most valuable 1976. it is on his property perkins that tanya barngrover, an state university fresh-.man majoring animal science, raises trains her own horse. barngrover time devotion are needed to care for tonta sue fuel, a cream-colored palomino sired by oklahoma fuel. barngrover said her horse also has a flaxen mane and tail. "she conjunct blaze star on forehead disconjunct snip muzzle." she said. "when i first got sue was too skinny, but built up exercising training riding in the pasture." spends; "anywhere from an hour to 10"' caring for horse. "it just depends." begins daily workout having horse, run bareback circle pattern 10 15 minutes. then saddles animal and has it repeat the pattern for about another 10 minutes. as she mounted horse, barngrover said, "i usually have to take slow at first, because more warmed up is, apt is dump me!" in a cloud of dust, petite brunette practiced doing left right axials demonstrated various methods turning stopping horse. during demonstration, spirited beast began buck, but maintained her balance regained control. bought horse sue this summer from robey. .after working out with must walk cool off animal. keep getting "stocked up" tightening muscles caused by standing still long or chilled. also helps prevent colds. "horses can get colds their owners vice versa," said. are like people that they need plenty rest, penicillin antibiotics when they're sick." after each workout,- gets good brushing remove dust dandruff hair, hoof cleaned aid pick. said always works mount, side, off, side. horses used routines, too, she said. the horse is fed a diet of oats, alfalfa and grassy hay. oats are crimped so animal gets maximum nutrition easier digestion. palomino also plenty fresh water salt to replenish what's lost in sweat. sue- twice day. barngrover again stressed importance following routine. robey said barngrover's horsemanship: "she can do good job. i didn't think tanya could handle sue, because (sue) tends buck, but proved me wrong." has much faith ability he having her break two his weanlings shirley winn, bay with an estimated value $2,500, tooter tina, sorrel. job, which does for extra credit husbandry class, make work them halter. later, will help train thorn carry riders. entered horses several county shows brought home trophies ribbons barrol flag competitions. this fall showed sue first time little international at building on campus. iraqi forces assault iranian border post tehran, iran (ap) iraqi forces firing heavy artillery attacked an iranian border post friday but withdrew a short time later, reports said. revolutionary guards killed or wounded number of infiltrators, tehran radio reported. the state-run implied that united states masterminded attack because america had "failed in the face of iranian resistance." tehran radio gave few details alleged incursion by iraqis, whose relations with neighboring iran have long been tense. iraq's official media made no immediate mention reported border trouble. reports southwest said attack was launched against small post shalamcheh, 12 miles northwest city khoramshahr iran's corner. heightening tensions iraq added to problems ayatollah ruhollah khomeini as he sought overcome restiveness among minority groups and deal showdown over holding u.s. embassy 50 american hostages. & union offers 1 free parking fj student next week may m provide some financial $ relief to oklahoma state g university students whose w il wallets are empty because j 9 of christmas shopping. f. winsel bilyeu, sft assistant operations director, said ft will be offered monday 2 through wednesday as a "merry and happy new year gift" students. he jjj areas the y garage lot on east side hester street across from paul miller building. normally is 25 cents per hour with maximum fee s $1.50 day, bilyeu j$ said. student arrested in theft an oklahoma state university was charged with four misdemeanors friday after his arrest a pizza from delivery van, said spokesman for payne county district attorney. raymond c. richards, city freshman, petty larceny, resisting arrest, assault and battery of police officer, possession marijuana. he released jail on $800 bond, sheriff's office spokesman. around 2 a.m. friday, osu officer allegedly observed richards removing michael's van parked the willham complex loading zone, said. when arresting handcuffing him, pushed away ran uie caught struck during richards' pre-confinement search at jail, officials found bag marijuana boot, preliminary hearing set jan. 24. hflddv holid3.vs o'collegian photo by tim mccarthy ' and mark perry a christmas glow illuminates the central parts of campus, reminding those who study diligently in edmond low library that finals are nearly over holiday season is under way. daily staff wishes all happy with this, its final 1979 edition. publication will resume jan. 15, 1980.
|Title||Daily O'Collegian, 1979-12-15|
|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.|