Paul J. Matte named as defendant
Lawsuit tests regents on birth-control rules Associated Press TUCSON — Three coeds and a physician have sued the Arizona Board of Regents, challenging its policy against dispensing birth control devices on university camftuses. the suit, made public PT boat veterans plan annual reunion HESA — The first reunion for Hirea veterans of PT boat settee in World War II is set ''for 1 p.m. Saturday at the Mesa VFW hall, G3 S. Macdonald. C. Carmody of 2345 organizer of the yeuoion, urged all PT (patrol /tornado) boat veterans to attend and assist in organization of a permanent association. Tuesday/ calls the policv a violation of the Constitution as an "invasion of bodily privacy ... and the right to privagy between a physician and patient." The Pima County Superior Court suit names the regents, University of Arizona president John. P. Schaefer, UA vice president Merlin K. Duval, and UA health center director Dr. Paul J. Matte as defendants. The regents last fall upheld its decision to prohibit dispensing of birth control pills and other devices at camous health clinics, but said birth control information could be distributed. The suit was filed by Marjorie Ann Musick, Dorothy B. 'Kret, an anonymous student, and Dr. John Me- Evers, a former physician at the UA health center.