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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
0 (? (Zalenctan o>£ Sv&tU, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 Final Day for N.T.E. 7:30-9 Martial Arts at Ath. Bldg. 9 p.m. Bowling at Middletown Lanes FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19 XGI Keggar at Hummelstown Firehouse SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 2:00 Soccer, York vs. Capitol at Capitol SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21 2:30 Protestant Workshop at the Student Center 3:45 Mass at the Student Center MONDAY, OCTOBER 22 Veteran's Day 6:30 Head Shop Meeting at Middle Earth 6:30 SGA Meeting in the Gallery/Lounge 7:30-9 Martial Arts in Ath. Bldg. 7:30 Organizational Fair at the Student Center TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 6:30 Bible Study at the Student Center 7:00 M.H.B.I.G. Meeting at Middle Earth 7:30 Slimnastics at Ath. Bldg. 8:00 "Fanny Hill" a film at the Student Center 8:00 Soccer WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 United Nations Day 12 Noon Chess Club at the Gallery/Lounge 7:30 Ski Club meeting at the Student Center 9:00 Bowling at the Middletown Lanes THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25 Final Date for N.T.E. 8-5 SGA Elections 7:30-9 Martial Arts at...
Treacle* S<titvU< [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
Treacle* S<titvU< The Constitutional revisions has thrown the S.G.A. and all the organizations under the S.G.A. into a great confusion. It seems that no one person can explain what is going on and the purpose of the vast confusion. It seems There is no method in the madnesss nor any acknowledgement of what outcome should result when all has been said and done. The following procedure was outlined to the C.C. Reader, in attempt to eliminate the chaos. The first step depends on the cooperation of the clubs and their presidents. Each club must submit a constitution to the Charter Review Committee. This is a necessary step for very few organizations have one cohesive constitution. The newspaper itself has at least two different constitutions on file. Some clubs are reported to not have any constitution. The Charter Review Committee, composed of Mike Leasher , Barb Long, and Jim Toggart, review all the constitutions and submit recommendations to the clubs for revision...
Routes 230 and the American Dream [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
Routes 230 and the American Dream Early morning. Heading east on the turnpike, going across the Susquehanna. Vision blurred and things aren't really in gear for the day yet. Car nearly runs off the road when I try to read the billboards on the East Shore. One reads Bethlehem Steel while the other conceals a junkyard as it shills for the Congress Inn. Up to the blue and chrome booth were a 57 year old, ex-Navy man takes the precious coins and card and grunts a "thank you." Out of the gate and into the last half of the daily trek to Capitol. To the left, California-bound hitchhikers taste fear under the flashing bubble of a State Police car. I ignore the scene and head into the cloverleaf. Squealing tires around the circle; gas the car down the short strip to the stop sign. Redlight at Route 230. Highspire is coming awake like a lazy dog under the October sun. A baldheaded merchant sweeps out his store while silver-suited salesmen walk the streets. Just before the town limits, I...
^ati i* PfaldcUlhU [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
^ati i* PfaldcUlhU there were moving displays of pet-able animals, climb-on fire engines, and a giant super sundae at the Art Museum. Hungry visitors ate the usual hot dogs, candy apples, and soft pretzels ( a Philly original.) But for those daring enough there was souvlaki, goulash and baklava, and other ethnic foods located in stands around the parkway. Near the library, parents were getting autographs of twenty leading authors of chil«jrens literature, while inside, children watched puppet shows, magic shows, and films. All the buildings were open for inspection and general enjoyment; The Academy of Natural Sciences, The Free Library, The Art Museum, and The Franklin Institute all had free . admission. There were games, foods, craft co-ops, art shows, contests, dance groups, amusement rides and lots of ballons and happy people. But the best part of the party took place under the blue October sky and multi-colored trees. A Be-in under the sun for children one to a hundred....
TZecUvi Sfrotltyfo* instructional Resources Department [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
TZecUvi Sfrotltyfo* instructional Resources Department By Jim Bollinger On the third floor of the west wing resides, among numerous classrooms and other minor landmarks, the instructional resources department of Capitol Campus. The storeroom for this vast dept. is located in room W337, but the heart of the department is located across the hall in W338, where the head of IR, John Joseph, has his office. From that little office high atop Capitol Campus, Mr. Joseph supervises one of the most vast departments on campus. Instructional Resources, according to its brochure, "provides instructional services to all faculty members and students." However, this statement hardly measures up to the actual facts in the matter: that is, just WHAT services does the department provide? Like most audio-visual departments, Capitol's IRD has many overhead, opaque, and movie projectors, as well as numerous TV's. But, in addition to these old standards, the department has new videocassette equipm...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
The Capitol Campus Reader CC. Reader is published by the students of Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa., and is printed Thursday of each week during Fall, Winter, and Spring Terms by the West Shore Times. Opinions expressed by the editors and staff are not necessarily those of the university administration, faculty, or students. Co-Editors Frank DeSantis & Charlie Holeczy Advertising Manager Mike Nonnemacher Staff Jim Bollinger, Wanda Burkholder Doug Gibboney, Maryann Kascak Sam Randazzo, Frederic Shattls.
Men Worth waitino lor By B.F. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
Men Worth waitino lor By B.F. On Saturday evening October 13th the student center was alive with music provided by Adom The dance was scheduled to start at 8 p.m. However, due to the late arrival of the lead guitar player, they didn't start until 10 p.m. They were well worth waiting for. They played selections from The Band, Spirit, Moody Blues, Doobie Brothers, Jethro Tull, Grateful Dead and David Bowie. Within a half hour we were all into the music and dancing our feet off. If Adom is any indication of the bands the social committee plans to get for their dances then more of us will be spending our Saturday nights at the student center. * * # *
By our Foreign Correspondant [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
By our Foreign Correspondant It started Saturday noon - a bike marathon around Fairmount Park, (the largest city park in the world) which ended noon on Sunday, a crazy ending that began a joyous day. It was beautiful. More than 350,000 people enjoying a sunny October Sunday. Super Sunday III in Philadelphia. One square mile of smiling people promenading up and down the parkway from Logan Circle to the Art Museum. The largest block party in history. The party was complete with rock bands, hoagies, beer and a hugh flea market encircling Logan Circle. For the children and those of us who still are,
0%^<XKCfaU&K<xl Tien* [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
0%^<XKCfaU&K<xl Tien* Rousaville, Patricia Pastorik, and John Schwartz. Members, support your club! See you at the next meeting. * * * * at a future meeting. The guest registration policy was explained by Pat Murphy. The official policy is that guests must be registered with either the housing office or the resident assistant. Recently, unregistered guests, cars were ticketed for not having stickers. The problems were easily resolved when the cars were identified as belonging to guests. The only time a guest is not immune from parking tickets is when they are for violations such as parking next to a fire hydrant. The meeting was then adjourned by the President. Again we would like to make an open invitation for all Meade Heights residents to join the Board of Governors.
Aviatian Club [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
Aviatian Club Those interested in forming an Aviation Club please leave your name and phone number with Agnes Greene in W-105. Possible Club activities include flight training and ground instructions as well as speakers, films and field trips. We invite all members of the Capitol Campus Community to attend. * * * *
DTK Back in Action [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
DTK Back in Action Delta Tau Kappa, the international social science honor society, is back in action for the 1973-74 school year after a summer recess. A recent organizational meeting was held on October 16, 1973 for the purpose of organizing DTK activities and objectives for the coming year. The officers for DTK are as follows: President, Liz Hoffman; Vice-President of Activities, Elaine Parker; Treasurer, Charley Carlin; Secretary, Richard O'Brien; and Public Relations Chairman, Vic Pawluk. All members are reminded to attend and support DTK meetings and activities to insure their success. The following new members are urged to attend the next DTK meeting so that they may obtain their DTK certificates and pins. The new members include: William Bressler, Andrew Burger, Evon Golphin, Wilma Jackson, Robert Lipton, A. Lombardozzi, Janet Moore, Mike Polumbo, George Stevens, James Tannahill, Elaine Terrell, Thomas Ensinger, Anthony Kadysewski, Frederick Shattls, Charles McKinstry,...
M.H10.6. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
M.H10.6. The meeting of the Meade Heights Board of Governors was held on Tuesday, October 9, 1973 at the Middle Earth Coffeehouse at 7 p.m. The main topic for discussion was the constitution of the Meade Heights Board of Governors. . The new revised constitution was read by the vice-president. After a few minor alternations it was called to a vote by President Jerry Reich. The constitution was then passed unanimousily. It was then decided that it will be typed and copies will be sent to all the houses in Meade Heights by next week. The last topic discussed was the formation of the Housing Contract Committee. It has been requested by the Housing Office that the Board of Governors make recommendations to revise the present contract. The discussion of the contract revisions was postponed until next week because more people are expected to be present at the meeting because of the communal dinner. However, two specifics were cited, the pet policy and the guest registration policy...
Flag Football Schedule [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
Flag Football Schedule Thurs. Oct. 18: 9:00 p.m. - No. 10 vs. No. 2 Mon. Oct. 22 6:00 p.m. - No. 3 vs. No. 1 7:00 p.m.- No. 4 vs. No. 11 8:00 p.m. - No. 5 vs. No. 10 9:00 p.m. - No. 6 vs. No. 9 Tues. Oct. 23: 9:00 p.m. - No. 7 vs. No. 8 Wed. Oct. 24: 6:00 p.m. - No. 9 vs. No. 5 7:00 p.m. - No. 10 vs. No. 4 8:00 p.m.-No. 8 vs. No. 6 9:00 p.m.-No. 3 vs. No. 11 Thurs. Oct. 25: 9:00 p.m. - No. 1 vs. No. 2
cm Gamma lota [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
cm Gamma lota One of the organizations on campus which has captured the true ideal of college life is the Chi Gamma Iota or XGI fraternity. Without the aid of this conscientious, well-organized group the picnic reception for our incoming juniors would not have been a success. The various tasks needed to prepare for this affair and the work involved in running the picnic were energetically undertaken. The XGI's have made remarkable progress and all of us who have worked with them, I'm sure marvel at their ability to handle difficult jobs so smoothly. And this especially includes Mr. Al Aaron of the P.A.V.E. office who supervised the group. My appreciation is great - my thanks sincere. E. Ram one Segree Admissions Counselor Special Projects Officer * * * *
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
CLASSIFIEDS Jobs Wanted (10A) Regional Planning grad student desires full-time employment. Prefer work regional or urban planning experiences in data processing including computer operations and keypunch. Also unit record machines both Univac and IBM. Contact Elsie Mary Hollis, 215 Woodbine, Hbg. 236-6415. * * # * (2A) Experienced female model desiring work. Drawing, painting, sculpture or photography. Call Cyndy at 564-6361 in Hamsburg. * * » » Jobs Available (1B) Part-time cook. Two students looking for reliable person to cook one evening meal five evenings a week and clean apartment one day a week. Negotiable. Pineford Village Middletown, Call 944-4240. After 8.30 p.m. (1B) We are several young working or college-attending mothers who want to compile a list of part-time babysitters. If you have free mornings and can sit occassionally call 533-3924 after 1:00 . Excellent pay. * * * * (1B) Chessplayers seeking opponents. Capitol Campus Chess Club Wednesday noons in Gallery Loun...
RECREATION ATHLETIC NEWS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
RECREATION ATHLETIC NEWS Flag Football Roster 1. SCHAFFER II - Tom Rostocki & Ron Demshock, Capts. (944-4882 & 944-0190) 2. RAG TIME - Ted Domuracki, Capt. (935A Mars Drive) 3; REO SPEED WAGON - Joe Cravotta, Capt. (836A Jones Drive). 4. LOOSE EN OS - Dan Driscoll, Capt. (232 Wrisberg Hall). 5. BROTHERHOOD - James T. Wallace, Capt. (944-9604). 6. N.A.D.S. - Jon Mickletz, Capt. (314 Wrisbery Hall). 7. X.G.I'S - Thomas G. Holtzman, Capt. (944--4154). 8; BENDER BROTHERS - Gary Shildt, Capt. (944-0391). 9. ALPHA OMEGA - GregPatton, Capt. (944-1971). 10. FOUL BALLS - Vito Angelucci, Capt. (944-1835). 11. P.S.E.A. = Gary Bloom, Capt. VARSITY BASKETBALL: Try-outs for the varsity basketball team will be held in the Base Gym on Monday, October 15, 6:00 p.m. BOWLING: Bowling is every Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 9:15 p.m. at the Middletown lanes. If you do not bowl, drop in and watch your favorite campus team. FLAG FOOTBALL: Flag Football began Wednesday evening ...
C.C. Bowling Results [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 18 October 1973
C.C. Bowling Results Won Lost rercentage 1. No Names g Q 1.000 2. Kozak g 2 -750 3. Keglers g 2 -750 4. Beta Chi g 2 -750 5. "It!" 5 3 .625 6. New Names 4 4 .500 7. Spoilers 2 g -250 8. Dingledorfs 9 ^ .250 9. XGI's t f. .250 10. ZTE g ° .250 11. Alleycats f ~ .125 12. Loose Ends Q g .000 (1) No Names (4) - Alleycats (0) (2) New Names (4) - Loose Ends (0) (Forfeit) (3) Kozak(3) - Dinkledorfs(l) (4) "It!" (2)- Beta Chi (2) (5)ITE(2)-XGI's(2) (6) Keglers (2) - Sooilers (2) 200 CLUB John Schrum ( New Names ) 205 500 CLUB Jim Herbst (Keglers) 544 John Schrum ( New Names) 538 Murray Sharp ( No Names) 509 Dave Kurowsky (It!") 503