If one doesn't ahve a shutter with an EV interlock, I think the way to read the meter is as follows:

The image shows EV13. EV13 is defined as... for 100 ASA, 1/60 at f/11. See Table 2 at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exposure_value

These settings are seen on your image. 1/60 is next to 100 ASA, and f/11 is next to the EV13.

If you are using 200 ASA film, see the shutter speed next to 200. Use the same aperture.

This shutter speed & aperture combination is just a starting point from which you can figure out the combination that best suits your image and shooting conditions. For example: If you need a faster shutter speed you can do that as long as you adjust the aperture accordingly for the same exposure.