V : . : ; vs? 1;r"r 5vw r'iiTti- J1 ' IJ-V r -H Vi :L rM4.: ' - - - - r t. i .pmm. V - i . 7 . -Fviii.. i rJV.- 1 i -, v JJ iff i; H a lV V ' TRpiDJ5i7y - v i - r 71 : i. Jf . ' i v . - ... -- ' i , - , v' , ' " J' ? "'." . - . , x y . . (. . . K . y? - - . ' - -; . . - y - - , , . - DOUGMcOMIE (25) had defenders worried with his running abilities. See story on page 10 Photo. Clyde Mudler Inside Today Garnishing pay legal at WSC Assistant Attorney General, Thomas Anderson, has informed Weber 'State The wily Wildcats posted their first win of the season College that money can be taken lawfully from the paychecks of college employees, in an impressive 34-7 trouncing of the Idaho State According to section 53-45 subparagraph 3 of the Utah code, Weber State College Bengals. The Wildcats were very sharp in their now has the authority to collect any fines in violation of these rules, specifically Homecoming victory. See page 10. overdue traffic fines. F,.. 6&7 The new regulation is a result of overdue traffic violations, mostly on part of ioitoriajs 2 college faculty and staff members. Dr. James Foulger, vice president of Weber tiVerJls q.j2 State College, said, "$1500 is due from faculty members alone. I don't think it's fair wt AH 11 that me students are subjected to having their packets held while staff and faculty want aos members who violate the same traffic laws needn't worry," Foulger said. All the names of faculty members who have not paid traffic fines are categorically listed along side the overdue amount on a list in Foulger's possession. T3 nnmiMft-tn XVfcT Any 00 jections to this new rule can be handled on a case by case basis. According to leatill COIIllIlg 1J Vr CUCI Anderson, objections to this rule will very likely result in an action upholding Weber State College concerning this matter by any court of law to which the matter Ronald Reagan will speak on campus Wednesday at 12:15 in the might be taken. Fine Arts Auditorium. Although the session is free, tickets are When asked if he thought this bypassed due process of law, William Carver, chief 5SSliSSMKSi!S ?' i". -"Ji "Tf s f w prbIem; ,0 write out e the general public, tickets may be picked up tomorrow. tickets. Carver said, I wish we didn t have to resort to this."