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Colorado guard, burly John Wooten, a construction worker at a new Boulder shopping center, stacks heavy drums of oil.
Pitt halfback, scholarly pre-med Jim Theodore, studies analytical chemistry problems to lighten his fall laboratory load.
Penn halfback Frank Riepl offers football writers a sure-fire clich� as he carries mail in his home town of South River, N.J.
PEACE & IMMUNITY
These midsummer gamesmen in Boston's Paul Revere Mall (right) and New York's Washington Square (below) are serenely making the most of their right peaceably to assemble, as guaranteed by their Constitution, while enjoying an immunity from congressional legislation not shared at this time by the moguls of professional baseball, football, basketball and hockey. Plaque beneath which modern Bostonians play cards commemorates a 1775 speech by Patriot Joseph Warren, enjoining (and it's good card-game advice too): "You will not turn your faces from your foes."
New York chess players scowl intently at their boards in sessions which are a daily part of life in Washington Square.
Boston card players, busy with a two-handed Italian pastime called briscola, foregather under plaque recalling their prerogatives under Article I of the Bill of Rights.