Clipped From Iowa City Press-Citizen
Palmer Students Warned Against 'Unsightly Beard* the DAVENPORT (AP) -Â· Stu-! dents at the Palmer College of admonished t o d a y against growing unsightly beards and "dressing or acting like hippies." In a letter to the private college's some 1,000 students, Dr. H. R. Frogley, dean of academic affairs, said Palmer is "determined to hold the line" meet- from a property zone pro- site. Coralville the at The a Sales From Page 1A demand for, toy guns and military toys. In men's wear the big thing s leather -- leather coats, leaner jackets, leather caps, and, h yes, knit sweaters with suede nsets. Also in good demand are biit turtleneck shirts, shirts with long-point collars and coats v e, Cl at road bisects 3f man-made fur. A lot of wives, sisters and mothers are going to find packaged under the Christmas tree mlotte hostess gowns and cu- otte sleepwear. Most merchants commented on the weather -- it hasn't been very Christmas-like. The red candles, gold stars and greenery that decorate Iowa City streets simply aren't conyihe- ng when there's no snow on ;he ground. One or two inches of snow today," said one store operator, "and we'd do twice the business." Not three or four inches, lowever, cautioned another. That's too much. People stay home. Reported in the shopper complaint department was parking Â· where to and tickets. Many merchants believe they definitely have upped both the quality and diversity of their stock. A men's wear representative pointed up the changing nature of the shopper. "Generally, in this country we've had so much merchandise available for so many years that it is literally against "many disturbing cnces" on college campusd "Attendance at Palmer! lege is a privilege, not a ril he said. "Those who attei college must expect to abid its honor code of conduct! standards, or forfeit the lege. "This attitude may seen in a day when great numbe universities and colleges ap to have abandoned all attei at supervising the moral of their students, but Pa College has no serious problem, no riot problem 'hippie' problem." Dr. Frogley said slacks, foot sandals and mini-skird taboo to the college's som| ;oeds. 'If girls are in doubt vhether their skirt is the ength, they should kneel. Iress touches the floor, or i 10, it will meet professi] itandards of dress," he adv Barefoot sandals also are I hibited for male students, although the college has nol ection to a properly trim! nustache immoral and there is not about a beard, school prefers that its studj be clean shaven, he said. "We are living in an age saving is so convenient then no need to imitate our father's facial foliage," salcl| Frogley. The dean also warned studd against writing insufficient f| checks, pilfering books and materials from stores, chea on examinations or conduc campus demonstrations. "You, as students, are herJti build, not destroy this col% and your lives," he said. : 'In my judgement, studej who would destroy the edti tional institutions which parents and founders have vided for them, should be" prived of the citizenship only in the chiropractic pi sion, but also in this great coj try."