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  • A Promising Comedy
  • Delayed Passengers Protest
  • Pollen Count
  • LAKES CARRIERS HIT BY WALKKOUT; 600 Strike Paterson Fleet -- Union Seeks 10% Raise and a 40-Hour Week
  • TV: Witness' Turns Spotlight on Lucky Luciano; Series Opener Is Wild and Improbable
  • Jet-Coach Fares to Go Up
  • 'Guestward Ho!' Opens
  • T.W.U. HALTS PLAN TO STRIKE AIRLINE
  • Coast Conference Lifts Rates
  • Navy Declines Celler's Request To Delay Bids on New Carrier
  • Standard Oil Unit Names Aide
  • CONTAINER PARLEY WARNED ON JOB LOSS
  • Erie-Lackawanna to Meet
  • TRANSPORT NOTES: AIR MERGER PLAN; United Would Retire Most of Capital's Craft -- Makeshift 'Hotel' Irks ...
  • Jenkihs to Head Actuaries
  • HARTFORD PROJECT TO INCLUDE A HOTEL
  • HOSPITAL FILES PLANS; St. Luke's Plans $7,000,000 in Building Alterations
  • REAL ESTATE NOTES
  • PILOT UNION SUED BY STEWARDESSES; Million-Dollar Counterclaim Charges Harassment in Disaffiliation Dispute
  • Week's Gold Outflow Reported at 61 Million
  • SOUTHERN PACIFIC POSTS RISE IN NET; Profits for August Up 20%, but Eight-Month Level Is Below That of 1959
  • BLOCKFRONT SOLD ON RIVERSIDE DR.; 19-Story House From 86th to 87th St. Has 253 Suites -- Deal at Lincoln Sq.
  • Webb & Knapp Sells Big Tract in Florida
  • Car Output to Climb By 10.7% This Week
  • Article 14 -- No Title
  • Bank of Canada Rate Rises
  • SALES OF REALTY OFF IN MANHATTAN; Number of Parcels, Total Value Dropped in First Half Compared With 1959
  • NEW HARLEM HOSPITAL; Plans Call for 2 City-Built Units Costing $12,000,000
  • DEAL AT LAKE SUCCESS; Big Space Taken in Business and Professional Park
  • BANK REVISES DIVIDENDS; Franklin National Resumes Cash Payment Policy
  • Brooklyn Bank Promotes 2
  • COTTONSEED OIL POSTS SHARP DIP; Futures Fall 4 to 20 Points in Heavy Trading -- Potatoes Advance
  • PROFIT GAIN POSTED FOR MIDDLE SOUTH
  • COMMODITIES INDEX ROSE ON WEDNESDAY
  • Stone & Webster Elects Two
  • ALUMINUM EXPORTS RISE; U.S. Shipments More Than Doubled Last Year
  • GRAIN PRICES DIP ON PROFIT TAKING; Soybeans Also Decline -- Wheat Futures Steady to 1c a Bushel Off
  • PACKAGING MAKER LOSING CHAIRMAN; Fairburn Is Resigning Post at Diamond National -- Will Stay as Director
  • Article 13 -- No Title
  • Thomson & McKinnon Elects
  • Article 12 -- No Title
  • Germany Sets Ald Loan
  • TREASURY BILLS REGISTER A GAIN; Reserve Again Reported in Market Making Purchases -- Corporates Take Dip
  • Singer Advances European Aide
  • Price of Scrap Copper Cut
  • Article 11 -- No Title
  • Bolivia Joins in Bank Plan
  • Textron in Photocopy Field
  • Accord In Europe Sought
  • COTTON DECLINES BY 6 TO 35 POINTS; Far Months Bear Brunt of Drop as Profit Taking Follows Recent Highs
  • LIONEL MEETING BACKS PURCHASE; Acquisition of Anton-lmco, Issuance of Debentures Approved by Holders
  • LUMBER PRODUCTION CLIMBED LAST WEEK
  • Mobil Cuts Gasoline Prices
  • Controllers to Hear Alduino
  • Allen Knitting Names Officer
  • Article 10 -- No Title
  • CALIFORNIA ISSUE RECEIVES NO BIDS; Offering of 7 Million of Toll Bridge Authority Bonds Goes Unsought
  • U.S. CARLOADINGS CONTINUE TO SLIP; Revenue Freight Last Week 8.3% Below 1958 Level -- Truck Tonnage Down
  • FEDERAL ISSUE SLATED; Land Banks Planning to Sell $160,000,000 in Bonds
  • Member Banks' Net Reserves Slid to 383 Million Last Week
  • BIG-STORE SALES ROSE 2% IN WEEK; Volume in This Area Was 9% Above '59 Level -- Specialty Shop Trade Off 1%
  • Research Group Voices Gloom On U.S. and British Economies; BUSINESS PICTURE FOR U.S. HELD DIM
  • TEXTILE MEN BAR LOW TARIFF WALLS; Mueller Urges Industry to Show How Imports Harm Groups of Products
  • Morgan Guaranty Promotes 4 in European Posts
  • Wall St. Is Mum on Expulsion
  • SOCIALIST POLICY UPHELD BY GHANA; Monetary Fund Hears Plan for State Ownership Is 'Not Just Temporary' ...
  • Article 9 -- No Title
  • Producers Sales Fell in August For the Fifth Straight Month
  • CHECK VOLUME SOARS; Bank Clearings in Week Go 24.6% Above 1959 Level
  • BLUE CHIPS LEAD FALLS IN LONDON; Industrial Leaders Decline in Shillings, Along With South African Golds
  • OTHER SALES, MERGERS; Automobile Transport, Inc.
  • RUSSIANS DESCRIBE BIG STEEL FURNACE
  • Big Success Story: Nuts to Soup; Expansion of A.R.A. Parallels Growth of Vending Lines A SUCCESS STORY: ...
  • HERTZ PREPARES WIDENED RENTALS; New Subsidiary to Supply TV Sets, Cribs, Hospital Equipment, Silverware
  • Southern Railway Buys Majority Of Republic Carloading's Stock
  • TAX DEMANDS LIFT LOANS TO BUSINESS; Increase at Banks Here Put at $286,000,000 for the Latest 3 Weeks ...
  • Federal-Mogrul-Bower
  • STOCK FOLLOW ERRATIC COURSE; Average Declines 0.16 Point but More Issues Show Gains Than Drops VOLUME ...
  • EARNINGS RAISED BY ACF-WRIGLEY; Net for Fiscal 1960 Put at 90c a Share, Against 86c a Year Earlier COMPANIES ...
  • Insurance Agents Pick Chief
  • RIEGEL PAPER ISSUE DUE; $10,000,000 in Debentures Are Registered With S. E.C.
  • T.W.A. Delays Merger Move
  • MISS NERINA DANCES IN 'SLEEPING BEAUTY'
  • Cotton Institute Names Head
  • ROYAL DUTCH VOTES A 59-CENT DIVIDEND
  • Advertising: Autolite Account to B.B.D.O.
  • PHILHARMONIC LISTS HONOR FOR RIEGGER
  • Article 8 -- No Title
  • Blood Gifts Due at Union
  • Screen: A Swiss Manhunt Amid Scenic Beauty; 'It Happened in Broad Daylight' Arrives Story by Duerrenmatt ...
  • 2 TEXAS WOMEN BECOME 'ANGELS'; Will Back 3 Plays as Spice Wood Enterprises -- 'The Little Locksmith' Set
  • SPONSOR AVOIDS SCRIPT MEDDLING; Purex Head Pays for Shows, Often Controversial, but Leaves Writers Alone
  • Joey Adams' Election Upheld
  • Daphne S. Doeg, | Theodore Kraft Are Wed Here; Publisher of Newark i News Escorts Niece at Her Marriage
  • Philip A. Baker Fiance Of Barbara A. Sheldon
  • Bernstein Begins Subscription Series
  • Of Local Origin
  • Bloomgarden to Lecture
  • 2 Works Sung as City Opera Starts Year
  • The Theatre: Place Pigalle Genially Satirized; 'Irma La Douce' Has Debut at Plymouth Gallic Musical ...
  • Son to Mrs. Sidney Gellman
  • Retarded to Gain At Fashion Show On Oct. 10 Here; New York Chapter of Children's Unit Plans a Luncheon Benefit
  • Mary B. Denechaud Becomes Affianced
  • Benefit Thursday Set To Help Philharmonic
  • ZolovuSilverman
  • Adelphi Academy to Gain
  • Child to Mrs. Daniel Sise
  • Elinor Sue Glickm'an A Prospective Bride!
  • Bower^Borden
  • Blue Grass Ball Furthers Cause Of Travelers Aid; Many Prominent New Yorkers Attend 13th Annual Fete Here
  • 40% of Work Force Is Now Commuting Into Union County
  • SCHOOL HERE USES TV FOR HOMEWORK; Selected Programs Assigned on Theory Children Will Watch in Any Event ...
  • N.Y.U. HONORS VALENTE; Appellate Justice Is Elected to Board of Trustees
  • H. & M. LINE READY TO DISCUSS SALE; But Port Board Is Undecided on Whom to Negotiate With to Buy ...
  • Recreation Honor to President
  • PLANS APPROVED FOR SIX SCHOOLS; 3 to Be Built in Brooklyn -- Suspended Bureau Aide Is Restored to Duty
  • Lieutenant Fiance Of Marylou Harriff
  • Robots Suggested as Explorers Of the Moon and Sea Bottoms
  • Norstad to Enter Hospital
  • Upstate G.O.P. Leader Quits
  • BESSE DUNN HOWARD
  • City Gives CARE $1,363,088
  • 2 CITY SALT BIDS IDENTICAL AGAIN; 3d Offer Is $1 a Ton Above Sept. 19 Figure -- All Face Another Rejection ...
  • Obituary 1 -- No Title
  • Montclair to Mark 10-Year Friendship With Austrian City
  • MRS. BERNARD O'NEILL
  • Marriage Announcement 1 -- No Title
  • Museum Says Dinosaurs Are Big With Visitors Even in Space Age
  • MRS. WILLIAM DINSMOOR
  • RITES FORJMILY POST; Etiquette Authority Eulogized at St. James' for Her Work
  • FRANK L ORTELL, 73, RACING HAWICAPPER
  • CLIFFORD ALBERT DIES; I uuuuuur Board Chairman of the United States Playing Card Co., 88
  • Mrs. John S. Doud Dead at 82; Mother-in-Law of the President; Widow of Floor-Mill Official uElsenhower ...
  • JAMES BARACCO
  • MICHAEL J. TOWEY, POLITICAL LEADER, 58
  • RUSSELL D. HERROLD, UROLOGY PROFESSOR
  • MRS. L F. BUTLER, LED GARDEN CLVB
  • DR. JOHN BAILLIE, A CHURCHMAN, 74; Scottish Theologian Diesu Educator Was a Leader of World Council
  • CLINTON L ALIEN OF AETNA, 66, DIES; Chairman of Fire Insurance Company Was President From 1950 to 1959
  • CHARLES D. CLARK, EDUCATOR, WAS 85; Latin Scholar and Lecturer DiesuTaught Languages at City College, 1932-40
  • The President Intervenes for Nixon
  • View From the Treasury
  • The Truth About Puerto Rico
  • Police Commissioner Opposed
  • Aiding Africa
  • Tynan's Interrogation Criticized
  • To Slow Down Gold Outflow
  • Rabbis' Stand Criticized; Position on Commissioner's Ruling for Jewish Police Challenged
  • Grammar on Postcard
  • Developing Soviet Empire; Fate of Indigenous Asian Population Under Communism Examined
  • Smith Outpoints Kerwin
  • Books of The Times
  • New Steel Motor Sailer Arrives; Craft Has a Diesel Engine, 563 Square Feet of Sail
  • Change in Personnel on Top U.S. Team May Affect Line-Ups of Others
  • ONLY 15 PLAYERS RATED TOP-FLIGHT; End Is Lone '59 Starter Who Returns to Exeter Eleven -- Wilson in ...
  • Baugh's Drawl Turns to Bark As Titans Prepare for Texans; Rhyme and Reason Noticed in Commands of Coach, ...
  • Reason vs. the Clenched Fist
  • The U.A.R. and the Council
  • The Anderson Report as Debate Material
  • Books -- Authors
  • Thai, 17, Stops Japanese
  • FOOTBALL GIANTS WORK ON DEFENSE; Double-Wing Plays, Which Cards Will Use Sunday, Are Tried at Fordham
  • COACH DISCOUNTS PRINCETON 'JINX'; Donelli Gives Lions Chance to Beat Tigers Tomorrow Despite Long Drought
  • Buckley Is Left at Point
  • FISCHER OFF TO ICELAND; U.S, Chess Champion to Play in Leipzig Tourney Later
  • Princeton Guard Ailing
  • Article 7 -- No Title
  • 3 Players Change Leagues
  • Fuellhart 'Lonesome End'
  • MIDDIES TO MEET WASHINGTON TEAM; Navy, Opponent in Seattle Tomorrow Are Unbeaten -- Army to Start Blanda
  • BENGUALA IS FIRST IN BELMONT CHASE; Wins 52d Running of Brook by 6 Lengths and Pays $12.80 -- Neji Fifth
  • 4 Marlin Caught in Tourney, but Not Big Bertha (If There Is a Big Bertha)
  • DOUGLAS SCORES UPSET; Holmberg Loses, 6-4, 6-1, 6-2 on Coast-Reed Tops Scholl
  • MORALE PROBLEM HAMPERS UCONNS; Connecticut, Preparing for Rutgers Eleven, in Low Spirits After Defeat
  • Hail and Farewell
  • MRS. THAYER VICTOR AFTER DRAW IN GOLF
  • Rocca Wrestles Tomorrow
  • Lightweight Football Ratings: Fast and Faster; 150-Pound Linemen at Columbia Are Swift as Backs Games ...
  • MRS. JOHNSON SCORES; Cards 83 to Win by Stroke on Sleepy Hollow Links
  • Knicks Lose Green a Month
  • Norcross-Jarema Win
  • P.S.A.L. Cross-Country Off
  • Sir Tom Scores in Sprint
  • Mrs. Flippin and Mrs. Hawes Win Senior Scotch Foursomes
  • TIE SILK SECOND, 3 LENGTHS BACK; Smallest Opening Crowd at Yonkers Since '50 Sees Su Mac Lad Triumph
  • 77 BY CONTE PACES SENIOR GOLF FIELD
  • CARDS TOP DODGERS IN 10TH INNING, 4-3
  • SWORD DANCER CHOSEN; Brookmeade Star Completes U.S. Trio for Laurel Race
  • HOFSTRA BOOTERS WIN; Goepfert's Goal in First Half Defeats C.W. Post, 1-0
  • U.S. Leads by Twenty Strokes With Total of 413 in World Golf; Nicklaas and Beman Shoot 67's in Second ...
  • Germans' Designs Make Up Exhibit
  • Reds Sign Jersey Youth, 16
  • KENNEDY CENTER OPENS; Citizens' Group Establishes Times Square Office
  • Food: The Range Haters; Stayabed Stew and Hurry Curry Offered For Homemakers Who Dread Kitchen
  • Text of Kennedy's Speech Criticizing Republican Foreign Policy
  • CATCHER TO PLAY IN CONTESTS HERE; X-Rays Show Ring Finger on Howard's Right Hand Is Not Fractured
  • BROWN TRIUMPHS ON JERSEY LINKS; Wins Senior Title With 146 -- Vileno - Mangin Lose in Pro-Amateur Golf
  • Market Basket For Week-End
  • Coty Fashion Critics Awards Are Given to Five American Designers; Top Honors Go to Sarmi and Tiffeau
  • Phils Outfielder Signs Pact
  • PROSECUTOR NAMED; Governor Appoints Trainor to Westchester Post
  • HARLEM LANDLORD GETS A 10-DAY TERM
  • Mount Vernon Rejects Claims of Bird Chaser
  • JOHNSON ASSAILS 'DIVIDERS' OF U.S.; Hits Out, on Ohio Drive, at Bids to Split Nation on Religious or ...
  • Kennedy Picks Campaign Aide
  • New Face in Politics; Claiborne deBorda Pell
  • 7 Reasons Why a Scientist Believes in God
  • PELL PLANS DRIVE IN RHODE ISLAND; Democratic Nominee Beat McGrath and Roberts to Run for Green's Seat
  • 3 Methodist Panels Merge
  • Norwalk Regulars Win
  • Debate in Silk-Stocking District Draws Wearers of Cotton, Too
  • PROTESTS VOICED ON AUTO POLICIES; State Legislators Are Told of 'Arbitrary' Cancellations of Vehicle Insurance
  • G.O.P. Squad to Begin Trailing Rival Monday
  • DRIVERS IN STATE FACE RIGID LAWS; Legislation Going Into Effect Tomorrow on Drinkers, Speeders and Youths
  • JAVITS HAILS G.O.P. IN LIBERAL CAUSES
  • STEVENSON STUMPS; Asserts Kennedy Would End Pentagon 'Veto Power'
  • Fisheries Aide Appointed
  • ROCKEFELLER CALLS HIS TAX PLAN BEST; Says 10% Cut Is Fair but Levitt's Ideas Are Not -- Helps Dedicate Campus
  • NEW CUSHING POLICY; Cardinal Bars Meetings in Boston With Candidates
  • Princeton Poll Backs Nixon
  • SPACE ERA HAILED IN SYNAGOGUE ART; Sag Harbor Man's Stained Class Window Proclaims Unity of Universe
  • CITY FIREMEN GET JOBS ULTIMATUM; Cavanagh Rules They Will Be Ousted for Outside Work -- Council Move Urged
  • NIXON WILL STUMP GARMENT DISTRICT
  • ROCKEFELLER HAILS G.O.P. LEADERSHIP; Says at Fund Dinner Here That Party Has Program Demanded by Future
  • BACTERIA GIVING CLUE TO HEREDITY; Sex Behavior Yields Data on Cell Divisions, French Scientists Announce
  • DEWEY BELABORS KENNEDY AS NAIVE; Tells Detroit Meeting 'Eager Young' Senator Is Echoing Propaganda of Soviet
  • Article 5 -- No Title
  • College Raises Tuition Fee
  • Boy Scouts to Go to Retreat
  • Article 6 -- No Title
  • Mlle. Sagan Comments
  • TEST BAN CHECKS IN 2 YEARS ASKED; Briton at Geneva Sets Time Limit for Start of On-Spot Nuclear Investigations
  • Eisenhower and Nixon Addresses to Republican Fund Dinners Across Country
  • LODGE URGES GAINS ON AMERICAN IDEALS
  • Chief for Western Michigan U.
  • 132 Shells Pound Quemoy
  • 14 DEAD AND 87 HURT IN NIGERIAN RIOTING
  • Second Debate Shifted To Washington Oct. 7
  • Rumanian Host at U.N. Dinner
  • THREE CHILDREN DIE IN BEDS IN L.I. FIRE
  • MOROCCAN DEFENDS U.N. MOVES IN CONGO
  • 2 Nigerians to Hail Independence Day At Princeton Game
  • Article 4 -- No Title
  • ROCKEFELLER TO LAGOS; He Takes Off to Represent President in Nigeria
  • Congo Aide Says Seized Letters Show Lumumba Pleas to Soviet; Kasavubu's Delegate to U.N. Asserts He ...
  • U.S. MEDIATOR URGES DELAY IN G.E. STRIKE
  • MOSCOW ACCORD WITH TITO HINTED; Khrushchev Openly Shows Friendliness to Yugoslav -- Reconciliation Bid Seen
  • Foreign Doctors Battle in Congo To Halt Threat of Epidemics; Smallpox and Bubonic Plague Menace Natives ...
  • Soviet Lead in Science Denied by U.S. Chemist
  • Tshombe Ready for Talk
  • CUBAN-BASE STAND HAILED BY KEATING
  • Never Have So Many Gathered To Say So Much to Each Other; Diplomats and Leaders Plunge Into Personal ...
  • NKRUMAH IS HOST TO 15; Entertains Leaders of U.N.'s New African Members
  • Jersey Inducts 12 As Commissioners Of Meadows Body
  • Harvard Club Fetes Africans
  • Cambodia Urges U.N. to Set Up Neutral Zone in Southeast Asia; Head of State Proposes That His Nation ...
  • NASSER HAS DINNER WITH CHIEF OF U.N.
  • INDONESIAN BACKS RUSSIANS ON ISSUE; But Is Reported Opposed to Khrushchev Demand for Drastic Structural Shift
  • Pravda Stresses Castro Talk
  • Philippine Senator Is Stricken
  • U.N. GETS PROTEST FROM PUERTO RICO; Seizure of Banks Assailed and Khrushchev Charge of U.S. Colonialism
  • PEIPING OFFERS CUBA HELP AGAINST U.S.
  • 12 Housewives, Mmes. Khrushchev and Berg, Nominated to Cure World's Man-Made Ills
  • Argentine Line to Shun Cuba
  • U.S. PROTEST NOTE REFUSED BY CUBA; Missive on Seizure of Banks --Castro Threatens Legal Action on Navy Base
  • Army Awards Nike Contracts
  • Last G.I.'s Out of Congo
  • Rhodesian Police Fire at Crowd
  • U.S. Scored on Guantanamo
  • CANADIAN GIVES PLAN; Diefenbaker Suggests Neutral Nation Lead Arms Talks
  • Pope Asks Catholics To Pray for Peace
  • Text of Macmillan's U.N. Speech on Easing Tension and Renewing Arms Talks
  • TELLER ADMITS THEFT; Pleads Guilty to Embezzling $181,000 From Bank Here
  • Baltika's Pier Permit Is Extended 19 Days
  • MACMILLAN WINS BIG U.N. OVATION; Longest of Current Session -- West Finds His Speech Firm and Constructive
  • U.N. Incident Recalls Khrushchev '59 Attack
  • Text of British Statement
  • The Proceedings In the U.N.
  • NEW SOLAR CELLS; Army Tells of Development to Aid Space Research
  • PENNSY TRIMS PAY OF SALARIED STAFF
  • JEWS ARE CALLED TO SUNSET PRAYER; Rabbinical Leaders Depict Sacredness of Yom Kippur, Which Opens This Evening
  • 9-Day Fair Ready at Danbury
  • Article 3 -- No Title
  • More Americans Visit Britain
  • 3 GUILTY IN BANK CASE; Teller and 2 Are Convicted in Fake Yonkers Hold-Up
  • YOM KIPPUR ISSUE IS TERMED EASED; Wagner's Office Says New Schedule and Exchanges Give Police Time Off
  • WYCKOFF TRACES TENEMENTS DEAL; Testifies How He Met Two Former Aides and How 5 Houses Were Bought
  • Four Arrested by Mauritania
  • LEMNITZER SPURNS A DEFEATIST VIEW
  • FREEDOMLAND ASKED FOR $148,200 IN TAX
  • POLICE FIND SUSPECT IN TUXEDO AND JEANS
  • OAK RIDGE PRODUCES CALCIUM 47 ISOTOPE
  • PLANE WITH 23 MISSING; Egyptian Airliner Is Sought in the Region of Italy
  • KASHMIRI WARNS ON WAR RENEWAL; Pro-Pakistani Leader Says Fighting With Indians May Flare if Dispute Goes On
  • Chiang and His Chiefs Confer On Nationalist China's Future; Parley Seeks to Bring Political Harmony ...
  • 2 Quakes Jolt Central Chile
  • BAYAR PARTY ABOLISHED; Democrats Ruled in Turkey Until Revolt in May
  • COMMUTER STUDY SET; Ribicoff Says Survey Will Aim at Getting Federal Aid
  • U. A. R. Jet Flies to Jordan
  • Norway's Prince Gets Symbolic Key to City
  • SOVIET SCORES U.S. AT TOKYO MEETING; Warns 49-Land Parliament Union of Danger Created by Atom Bomber Flights
  • RED-LED LAOTIANS CAPTURE SAMNEUA; Premier and Paratroop Chief Disagree on Role of Army in Fall of Rightist ...
  • Eyskens Wins Austerity Vote
  • PAKISTAN BORDER TENSE; Clashes on Afghan Frontier Involve No Regular Troops
  • Argentine Says Suspect Is Not Martin Bormann
  • U.N. Clerk Accused Of Stamp Swindle; Colleagues Bilked
  • TITAN FALLS SHORT; Soars Only 6,000 Miles in an an Attempt at 10,000
  • Uptown Newspaper Started
  • Article 2 -- No Title
  • JEWISH CENTER SET UP; Office in Jerusalem to Keep Data on Religion in U.S.
  • Suicide In Movie
  • ALGERIAN WARNS U.N.; Abbas, in Peiping, Says Support for France May Spread War
  • JAPANESE PRINCESS WILL BUY TOY HERE
  • COLUMBIA PLANS A GLOBAL CENTER; International Unit Would House 3 of University's Programs -- Drive On
  • FRANCE PREPARES RECOVERY BUDGET; End of Two-Year Austerity Program Planned -- Rise in Production Expected
  • ALGERIAN REBELS KILL 3; Raid Farm of Right-Winger -- Paris Paper Is Seized
  • SOVIET WORKERS QUIT; Leave Kazakhstan Harvest in Dispute Over Wages
  • Seven Die in Dijon Bus Crash
  • Brigitte Bardot, Overcome by Pills, Is Recuperating
  • Article 1 -- No Title
  • Fugitives Set New Mark
  • India-China Talks Extended
  • Tibetans Flee to Sikkim
  • BRITAIN FACES STRIKE; National Transport Employes Demand Wage Increase
  • Stranded Ship Refloated
  • ISRAEL NAMES 23 IN U.A.R. AS NAZIS; Report Says Ex-Hitlerites Hold High Posts in Cairo, Some Using Arab Names
  • Codes for Buildings And Health Are Set For '64 Fair Here
  • FIRST ATOM REACTOR IS OPENED BY AUSTRIA
  • Hawaii Welcomes Hope Ship
  • Buoyant British Liberals Meet, Hope to Become Second Party
  • Macmillan in U.N. Appeal; Khrushchev Shouts Protest; Macmillan Makes U.N. Appeal; Russian Shouts a Protest
  • Kasavubu Assigns Power in the Congo To Student Regime; ILEO WILL ACCEDE UNTIL CRISIS ENDS Support Given ...
  • U.S. Bids Its Citizens in Cuba Send Their Dependents Home; SOME U.S. CITIZENS TOLD TO QUIT CUBA
  • BONN WILL BEGIN BERLIN REPRISALS; Economic Sanctions Against East Germans Due Today BONN SET TO TAKE ...
  • SPAAK SAYS NATO LAGS IN ECONOMY; But He Hails Allied Armed and Political Power -- Visits the Saratoga at Sea
  • U.S.-SOVIET SUMMIT IS NEUTRALS' GOAL; Tito, Nehru, Nasser, Sukarno and Nkrumah Map Plea -- Americans ...
  • MUSIC AND BALLET AS WELL AS PLAYS PLANNED IN PARK; Cultural Festival Proposed -- Extra Lights on Paths ...
  • SPACE PLAN BARRED; F.C.C. Rejects Frequencies for Communication Now
  • NEW MEETING SET; British Report 'Calm' Exchange on Arms, Berlin and U. N. NEW TALK SLATED FOR NEXT WEEK ...
  • CHINA REAFFIRMS MAO'S 'HARD' LINE; Timing of New Book Is Seen as a Renewed Attack on Khrushchev's Position ...
  • 250,000 Hail Nixon In Foe's Home City; NIXON, IN BOSTON, HAILED BY 250,000
  • EISENHOWER LAUDS NIXON POLICY ROLE AND 'EXPERIENCE'; Tells G.O.P. Dinners That Vice President Is Best ...
  • KENNEDY ASSAILS FOREIGN POLICIES; Derides Nixon 'Experience' Abroad -- Lists Setbacks in Lands Rival ...
  • CHARITY AND ART WILLED MILLIONS; Stephen Clark Bequeathed Total of $11,675,000 CHARITY AND ART WILLED MILLIONS
  • U.S. OLYMPIAN KILLED; Ice Skater and a Companion Die in Coast Auto Crash
  • LIGHT'S SPEED USED AS MEASURING STICK
  • Philanthropy Aides Named
  • LINE REPORTS PROFIT ON BARGE-RAIL RATE
  • GAMBLERS SEIZED IN 22-STATE RAID; Tax Men in Crack Down on Violators of Federal Betting Stamp Law
  • TWO DELAYS ON IRT; Rush-Hour Riders Held Up by ire and Train Trouble
  • F.C.C. SCHEDULES PAY-TV HEARINGS; Proposal for Major Trial in Hartford Area Will Be Studied Oct. 24
  • BASEBALL DRAMA TAKING NEW FORM; ' Black Sox Scandal' to Be Unfolded on C.B.S.-TV as Inquiry of Joe Jackson
  • PATROLMAN SHOOTS BOY IN AUTO THEFT
  • COPENHAGEN TALKS ON S.A.S. ROUTE HALT
  • CHAMPLAIN LINK URGED; Vermont Governor Advocates New U.S.-Canada Seaway
  • TV: Impervious to Time; A Nimble Fred Astaire Presents His 3d Variety Show Aided by Barrie Chase
  • Hong Kong' Adventure Series, Begins
  • Jim Backus Show' Offered on Channel 7
  • LINER DUE IN NEWARK; Will Be First Passenger Ship to Dock at the Port
  • CANADA PETITIONED TO BAR LAKE STRIKE
  • AIRLINE DISCOUNTS QUILL STRIKE THREAT
  • CONTAINERS SEEN SAVING SHIPPING; 3 Transportation Experts Urge Standardization for All Carriers
  • Fantasies of 'Visionary Architecture' at Modern Museum Forecast Future
  • GASOLINE SUPPLY DROPPED IN WEEK; Fall of 2,524,000 Barrels Ascribed Partly to Dip in Production Rate
  • Strike on Tugs and Rail Ferries Off for 60 Days by U.S. Action
  • TWO TANKERS LAUNCHED; Vessels Go Down the Ways at East Coast Yards
  • MARITIME REPORT CITES AID TO U.S.; Panel Says Merchant Fleet Contributes 800 Million to Favorable Balance
  • CUBANA SUES ON WRIT; Airline Denies Relations With Miami Advertising Agency
  • Pollen Count
  • FAST FREIGHTER GOES DOWN WAYS; President Lincoln Launched at Bethlehem Steel Yard on the West Coast
  • GAIN FOR CHINATOWN; First Apartment in 50 Years Will Be Built There
  • Brooklyn Realty Group Elects New President
  • BUILDING CONGRESS SET; Exhibits and Talks to Mark Program at Coliseum
  • 3 Agency Officers in New Posts
  • 3 BRONX PARCELS SOLD BY BROKER; Wishnow & Horowitz Make Deals for 5-Story Houses -- Sales on Faile St.
  • Insiders' Stockholdings
  • Federation Bank's 8th Office
  • Credit Men Pick New Chief
  • ZECKENDORF GETS PITTSBURGH SITE; Webb & Knapp Will Erect 3 Apartment Towers on 10-Acra Tract
  • Advertising: Doughnuts Will Be New Weapons in Media Warfare
  • OFFICER QUITS CONCERN; Kerr Resigns as President of Fairbanks, Morse
  • GRAINS, SOYBEANS POST SMALL GAINS; All Advances in Fractions -- December and March Wheat Set Highs
  • OPTIONS ADVANCE ON COTTON BOARD; Futures Rise 4 to 22 Points to Their Seasonal Peaks -- Loan Gain Foreseen
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Academics

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, in Terre Haute, Indiana, earns its "reputation as an excellent undergraduate engineering school" with a combination of strong academics and "personal attention, small class sizes, and a family atmosphere," a rarity among tech schools. More succinctly, "Rose-Hulman is where nerds go to finally feel like they belong." Sure, "the workload is fairly heavy, especially sophomore year with the engineering curriculum." One mechanical engineering student describes the course work: "The material is difficult...but the culture is supportive, so you make it work." Rose-Hulman features an unusually robust support system, and that mitigates the strain. "The transition is made as smooth as possible from high school to college for freshmen" with "on-campus tutoring in the learning center (an excellent resource for students to get homework help)" and "professors who are always available outside of class." One student elaborates, "If you are walking down the hall, [professors] will say hello and usually ask how you are doing." Not only are those professors "happy to be teaching," but they have "real-world industry experience" to back it up. One student sums up the teaching philosophy as "theory is important, but application is everything." All of this hard work pays dividends in the form "a great alumni base" and a near 99 percent job placement rate six months after graduation.

Student Body

The kids who attend Rose-Hulman are smart, dedicated, and consequently, nerds, but "this is not a negative thing. Within the students here, there are no outcasts, and even our athletes are most likely also mathletes." "Everyone definitely marches to the beat of his own drum," students assure us. Personality types run the gamut from "geniuses, average students, student-athletes, outspoken, quiet, etc." Demographically, undergrads are "mostly white male engineers from the Midwest" (partly a function of Rose-Hulman's location), but "we are slowly expanding the Rose-Hulman name and getting people from all over the United States and globe." The population "is mostly boys, although the females are catching up." About half of the incoming freshman class played varsity sports in high school, which is about as many had been involved in the performing arts.

Campus Life

Life at Rose is academically demanding, but "the community here is so supportive and safe that you get through it," and while "students do a lot of homework and study a lot," they do occasionally find time to close the books and relax. "It's all work and little play Sunday through Thursday," but come Friday "we play hard.'" Students inform us "there's always something to do on campus, whether it's going to a fraternity party or attending a concert or going to a dance or just watching a movie with friends." Greek life is big, "but it's not your typical Animal House," and both intramural and Division III intercollegiate athletics have their supporters. There are also "tons of different groups to get involved in" on campus. Hometown Terre Haute, on the other hand, isn't so lively. "There isn't much to do" in town other than "go to the shadiest bars and check out the locals." As one student points out, "We are located in the middle of nowhere...not much they can do about it, but it is not so great."

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