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PAGE 18 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1972 Starsky Loses Bid For California Job LOS ANGELES (AP) - A lawsuit filed by former Arizona State University philosophy professor Moms Starsky, who was seeking employment by the California State College at Dominguez Hills, has been turned down. Starsky, who was given a terminal leave of absence by .the Arizona Board of Regents in May 1970, charged the California school had backed out of a job promise because of 'his antiwar and Marxist views. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Robert Wenke said Starsky should have made full disclousre of the circumstances under which he left ASU. Starsky was given the discharge after a series of events on the ASU campus and after he allegedly dismissed a class SPECIAL JANUARY SALE $ 129°° REGULAR PRICE $176.00 Our patio is full of newly arrived wrought iron dining groups in several colors. Many have expanded metal tops and some have glass. 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Starsky has a $1.2 million lawsuit pending in U.S. District Court in Phoenix seeking to have him reinstated at ASU. Starsky was a guest lecturer at San Diego State College the past year. RFK's Son Thrilled By Antelope Attack BOSTON (AP) -- Being charged by a wild roan antelope, says Joseph P. Kennedy IE, is "like clanging to the side of a mountain, sailing across the ocean or fighting an angry bull. Some people don't like that feeling. I happen to love it." · Kennedy, 19, eldest son.' of the late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, explained to an Intel-viewer the sensation he felt in Africa when, while on horseback, he was charged by an antelope during a roundup. "These are exciting things," Kennedy said. "They give a person iai feeling of accomplishment, or self-confidence." Kenney worked in Africa with 'the Bast African Wildlife Society and with the Peace Corps in Kenya for 'three months. MADE FORTUNE IN HAMBURGERS 'Big Boy' Says, 'Apply Yourself SCOTTSDALE (AP) - The man who made a million dollars by opening "Bob's Big Boy" hamburger restaurants says any young person who possesses a willingness to apply himself can be successful an business. Robert Wian, 58, began 36 years ago when he opened a small hamburger stand in Glendale, Calif. He said he bought the stand for $350 and cooked his own hamburgers, which he sold for 10 cents. Wian was here this week to meet with executives of his 600-chain restaurant, which now is under the control of Marriott Corp. "I was the first one who put a chef's hat on a man who could cook only a hamburger, giving both the short-order cook and the hamburger some dignity," Wian said. Today, Wian is retired, and lives on a 900-acre ranch in Valyrmo, Calif. Concert Planned By Boys Chorus The Tucson Boys Chorus will present a free concert Sunday at Plaza Antigua, 4299 N. 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