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Steyskal Arraigned; Bail Set at $25,000


Joseph C. Steyskal, a former Divinity School student, was held in $25,000 bail yesterday after he was arraigned in Federal Court on a charge of sending a letter threatening the life of President Pusey. Judge George C. Sweeney entered an innocent plea for Steyskal.

Steyskal, who was at the Divinity School in 1953-54, made the threat on grounds that the University refused to grant him a professorship to teach religion. He had been writing to get a position for a year and a half.

The court ordered that Steyskal be given a psychiatric examination. Dr. Dana Farnsworth, Director of the University Health Service, several weeks ago called Steyskal "a paranoid."

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