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Fiday, May 5, 1989 DAILY NEWS 11 tesirScaini (U aOorops firoinn) board with his legal problems." In 1984, Adnan was a big man on campus. His $5 million set up the Khashoggi Athletic Center. Now students want a name change. "There have been rumblings among the students," the spokesman said. Adnan was indicted here in October by a federal grand jury.

He was nabbed last month in Bern, but it'll be months before the extradition is settled. Though his cell has only a table, chair and washbasin. Khashoggi orders food from a hotel and can telex and fax for business purposes. tion to the U.S. on a charge that he helped Ferdinand Marcos funnel millions from the Philippines.

"We are not renewing his term-(which began in 1983), and you can say that (his chronic absence) is the reason," a university spokesman said. "It has nothing to do i WT WH How the mighty have fall en. Adnan Khashoggi, whose rich and famous lifestyle was once the envy of the jet set, will be dropped today from the board of trustees at American University in D.C. Reason: absenteeism. Khashoggi now is in a Swiss jail, awaiting extradi ri Nelson D.B.

Sweeney look like a couple of mystery men during a night out at the China Club. But there's no mystery to Judd's beard. 'He grew it for a movie he's about to start on the West Coast. DOMINICK CONDE STARFILE OLD FRIENDS: Maureen McGovern gets a big hello from Lee Roy Reams the other light at Trattoria Dell'Arte, after her socko performance at Carnegie Hall. Reams is heading for the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey to perform in a new production of "Showboat." RICHARD CORKERY DAILY NEWS I SHOW STOPPER: Katharine Hepburn tries to duck photog as she leaves St.

James Theater after seeing Bill Irwin in "Largely. New York." dommncic conde starfile A snap judgment Lance Jeffrey, house photog at Stringfellow's, made a career decision the other night. He heeded Sean Penn's bodyguard and did not take Sean's picture as he sipped champagne with Mikhail Baryshnikov. Lance, y'see, is on crutches the result of a recent skiing accident. "I don't want my picture taken," the moody actor grumbled.

A bodyguard reinforced the edict: "And that means you, buddy. No pictures! Normally, Jeffrey said, he would wait outsidev But: been on crutches long enough. I didn't want to take the chance to be on them even longer." Mantle for lunch Mickey Mantle is batting 1.000 with the March of Dimes, which is giving him its lifetime achievement award Monday at a Waldorf-Astoria luncheon. His best buddy and former Yankee teammate, Whitey Ford, is doing the honors. Phil Esposito, Rang-' ers general manager, will get the sports achievement award from defenseman Ron Greschner.

Frank Gifford emcees and Robert Merrill will sing the national anthem. The Donald sans shoes Everybody, but everybody at the party aboard British media mogul Robert Maxwell's yacht Wednesday night had to doff their shoes before boarding the plush-carpeted "Lady Ghislaine." Maxwell insisted, and his guests cooperated, in- eluding Donald Trump (minus Ivana), who has a much bigger yacht and was happy to compare notes with Maxwell. There were John Tower; ex-Navy secretary John Lehman, now with PaineWebber; lawyer Tom Bolan; literary agent Mort Janklow; UN envoy Thomas Pickering; Peter Kalikow, owner of the New York Post; Maxwell's daughter, Ghislaine, and his niece, He-lene Atkin of Macmillan, the publishing house Maxwell recently took over. No one could tell who didn't make the final list, but we do know that Martha Smilgis of Time was disinvited by David Adler, public relations chief at Macmillan. She wrote the profile of Maxwell which he apparently did not like.

In memory of f.lerm Ethel Merman, class of '24, is being honored "by Bryant High School. The auditorium will be named for her tonight when the Long Island City school puts on "Gypsy." Ethel's only child. Bill Leavitt. is flying in from Los Angeles to be there with The Merm's buddy, Benay Venuta. Ethel's classmates Alice Welch and Josie Trager also will attend.

During intermission. Principal Lorraine Pachecb will bring out a 5-foot plaque that'll hang in the It reads: "Ethel Merman Auditorium. Class of 1924. a Legend in Musical Comedy." Noiifrrl litro (jrrlo ir II M5 llTiiTT VI A QUIZ Line, youH discover lots of things ISWllil life" II A pSiSf 8ff lt CIRCLE LINE'S AY TR I you think you know Newfek? So i On Circle there, enter you never to Circle Line, Hudson ticket that knew about NewYork. Take this ad Pier 83, West 42nd Street at the River; well give you $2 off each $15 you buy (limit of four).

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