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Campus unrest disquieting to old grads, who feel they cannot go home again ALL EDITIONS New York Times Service loyalty now are changed be- hell of a state if they carry members, both in that club formation was falling far be- called the alumni office at boys and the alumni began Life 8 Like That NEW YORK - In this soft yond recognition. on that^ way when they leave and in other clubs. hind fast-moving events at the Princeton and learned that to feel a respect for each time of the year, when mem- "I just don't understand scho °'-" Al Horowitz, a governor and university last month as stu- three sophomores were will- others' views." bers of New York City's uni- what the students are trying Gauging the anger, both J*$ t : " m . e member of the dent anger built up over the ing to come to New York to t» !M , a ,.,, n5 ^ ftna nt «,. versity clubs are wont to loll to do these days," said Wil- implicit and explicit, that he N - Y>U - Club » said: movement of U.S. troops into answer questions. He re- K ' cnara un ">n, one ot the in their leather armchairs sa- liam H. Diamont, class of '33, senses in the club, Ralph "We were a very different Cambodia. sponded by inviting seven s °P" omores who came to thc wring sweet summer memo- as he waited for a luncheon Campbell, for 14 years the generation of students when I "We were hearing all kinds members of the class of '72 to club ' said he thou 8 ht the nes of long-gone commence- companion the other day in general manager, said he was in school from 1947 to of rumors and some of the to spend a week at the club most important result of the 2? Lrf" „ »? d ? y9> T7 S e d M k " p ^ ne , ledT l°V nge .? f fears that there will be a 1951. Many of us would have members were alarmed," to meet informally with the visit was "the opening of are finding this June that, the New York University sharp cutback in alumni con- wanted to be active political- said Richard Walker Jr., alumni. communication with the even in their thoughts, they Club. tributions to the university, ly, but we were working our president of the club "We ,,« communication wiin ine cannot go home again. , <Th h ]d b spending "Some of the members are so way through and we had jobs heard that the whole unlversi- m JS a UK, "TSSS f 1' ^u , If Deeply disquieting echoes their time learning so the? mad > he said » that the y to go to after classes. I think ty was on strike, that build- S^ff 8 *h?h2.^lJI^£8 ^ «^ ^ we*, recalling of campus unrest have been can handle the situations and d £* J?* 611 !. W i flnt t0 tl )! nk ? ! ot of the « se « tment y° u in gs wer « being burned down, JLS to mKam^iSft *UJ J^K?? £"!i T sounding in the midtown problems of the world," Dia- about the school any more." feel among the older alumni that there might not be a 2 2 M «C .KuS . who came back each day to ...... .•_ «*.- ..!j. i j— __ . . ei sHiu, uui arter taiKing a • bait the boys for their long „*,,.. _. . «... t ~ "Either way, Dad, I'll be satisfied. A raise in my allowance Or Outright charity." i>^ Remember bad this Siinday, June 21 with a gift from... DEPARTMENT STORES rrrm Ai SENSATIONAL SAVINGS ^ WHEN YOU BUY ANY TWO AT WOOLCO'S ONE LOW PRICE &. "#*•*• ',A< '^i-y V ;M!^J •»!!,% r<ytst',*f ; fr-t -V ,y't \, >,. •>."••>•\-i',..:S»< t ,*"; 'f •> V '* '*' ,,v ' • • -' '", ';,">!' l-,,j ?}• ',* ^ *j('..,/ii.S •-.. •*- "*•' ' ' ' - '', V*' ' "^ $Y'/V V «^' S - '' '' - ^ * i- , ''"'* ' ^''''''^j! 1 ' f- . *',/'',*'* •>> *fv,-v '*'-•'• t •'- ^ ^V^C'-; , y ..i # ' '? >if" \ 4 " .',««.';'" '? f <>< * yt-f", >« ^ f !i,^;^- '''vfa* >, '''• t" ' Vi » '-* '»> -f" ' i, :;'% s-'-M"^ "¥4 '',&"-,",!,'">• V* V fVf- V. 'law MEN'S SUMMER SPORT COATS ?> '^-%/^ every day price 29.99 riioi:\i\ Wosl W. Indion School ot Grend Ave. Store Hours Daily 10 to 9:30, Sundays 10 to 6 ^'-- ys ''/;??Vi V4-T '- ! ' Wool; 65% Sizes 36 to 4$.