Clipped From The Dixon Telegraph
OSU Freshman Gets Life in Frat Slaying Columbus. O, May ll_(AP)-~ ll_(AP)-~ ll_(AP)-~ A common pleas judge held up a er Ohio Slate University freshman as an example to all students yesterday in sentencing him to life in prison for a fraternity fraternity slaying. jury convicted 21-year-old 21-year-old 21-year-old 21-year-old 21-year-old James D. Heer of Euclid, O., of second-degree second-degree second-degree murder in the homecoming homecoming shooting of Jack T. Mc- Mc- t^eown or iNorwooa, o , in front of the fraternity house in which both lived Judge Disturbed Judge John R King, obviously disturbed emotionally, talked to me gieat student body and to Heer before pronouncing sentence ■mere is a challenge to each and every one," said Judge King. "Rules and regulations are for tne benefit, health and protection of student body. Education, after all, points the way to life — how to live " , Judge King referred to dunking hich preceded the fatal shooting n the eve of the school's home coming football game last Nov.