A distinguished economist, actor and host of the Emmy Award-winning TV game show, Win Ben Stein's Money, Stein is a genuine renaissance man. His eclectic background includes being a presidential speechwriter, Wall Street Journal columnist, discoverer of financial truths and frauds for Barron's, the author of widely praised novels and non-fiction, a trial lawyer and television personality. He has what may be the most diverse career of anyone now on the national scene.
An award-winning actor, economist, writer, journalist, and teacher, and is equally well known in America's boardrooms and in America's dormitories and fraternity houses.
Tickets—$8 for the public—go on sale Oct. 6 and are available in the College Activities Board office, game room and candy counter, all located in the Student Alumni Union. To purchase tickets with credit card, call 475-2239.
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