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Joshua Goldwert was picked up once by police with a prostitute. At least that is how long-time friend Craig Wellen explains the situation. Goldwert, the new Weekly Pennsylvanian Editor, went to Shea Stadium for a fourth of July fireworks display with a couple of friends and one friend's father. As the group left the stadium, Goldwert separated from the rest of the people when he was knocked over by the onrush of spectators, College sophomore Wellen said this week. The ever-resourceful Goldwert went to one of New York's finest and, when his friends nearly lost all hope of ever seeing him again, he rode up in a police car accompanied by a prostitute. Goldwert would not comment this week on the incident. But the College sophomore will use some of those same resources as new WP Editor. Goldwert has been placed atop the DP's weekly summary which is sent home to alumni and parents. Arthur Goldwert described his son as "wonderfully intense, very intense," adding that "his mother thinks he's wonderful." At age eight, Goldwert booked himself on the television show Child's Play, appearing almost a dozen times on the program and winning over $2000 in prizes, his father said. Wellen had a less flattering comment to make about his friend. "He'll hit on anything that moves," Wellen said.

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