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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

DON'T BE A SCLITY LICKER MARIJUANA IS STILL IN THE PRE-LEGALIZATION STAGE. BE COOL, THE HASSLE YOU AVOID MAY BE YOUR OWN FROM YOUR S.G.A. LARGE HAUL . . . Part of the nearly 19 tons of marijauna, called the largest single haul in U.S. history, at the Customs Bldg., Nogales, Ariz. Authorities said the marijuana has a value of $10.9 million. Albert G. Bergesen, Customs regional commissioner, smells the weed.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

"Where Have all the Flowers Gone?" Want to Plant a Tree? A Bush? or just a little flower? Inquire at SGA - W-110.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Rec/Ath Information [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

Rec/Ath Information WRESTLING: Wrestling Club meets every Wednesday afternoon, 2:00 p.m. in the Recreation-Athletics Building. New members are always welcome! FENCING CLUB: Fencing Club meets every Monday at 3:30 p.m. in the Recreation-Athletics Building. If you think you might enjoy fencing, stop by. VARSITY BASKETBALL: The first game for the 1974-75 season will be played Tuesday, Nov. 12, 7:00 P.M., when Capitol Campus meets York Campus for a scrimmage game. The Place: - Middletown Main Street Gym. Come out and support your team!!! NEXT HOME GAME: FRI, NOV. 22-7:30 p.m. * CROSS COUNTRY: The last meet for the Fall season is scheduled with Lebanon Valley College, Saturday, November 16 at 12:00 noon. MARKSMANSHIP CLUB: Meets every Wednesday evening, 6:00 p.m. in the Security Building. New members are always welcome. TABLE TENNIS LADDER TOURNEY: Ladder standings are as follows: 1st - Luis Nakpil; 2nd - Jerry Brey; 3rd - David Hough; 4th - Ken Armstrong; 5th - Steve Bennet; 6th...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Ski Club Notebook [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

Ski Club Notebook At the November 7th meeting, Chos O'Brien gave an interesting and informative talk on ski equipment and showed a few films. Winners in the Ski Club raffle drawing were: 1st place Kathy Kramer, 2nd place Ray Lohr, and third place Dr. Goldman. At this meeting it was decided that a $25 deposit is due from those members making the Christmas-break trip on the first 'Thursday in December. Remember that dues have to be in by the end of November for those making the trip. At one of our upcoming meetings we hope to have two films on Killington, one entitled "North Country Lady" and the other on the Killington Ski School. Ski Club meetings are on Thursdays at 3:05 in Room E-314. That's all for now until next week, Think Snow!

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Wednesday Ngft Bowiiig [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

Wednesday Ngft Bowiiig . 10-6-74 Win Lost Percent Games Behind Aver. Mainlaners 18 6 .750 — 703 Zero's 17 7 .708 1 727 IEEE Protons 16 8 .667 2 670 ITE 15 9 .625 3 667 Kozaks 15 9 .625 3 649 IEEE Neutrons.... 13 11 .542 5 666 Hang Ten 12 12 .500 6 629 TheBallers 11 13 .458 7 649 IEEE Electrons .10 14 .417 8 624 Lucky Strikes 8 16 .333 10 611 Straight Pins 5 19 .208 13 524 Scranton 4 20 .167 14 603 MAKE-UP Men's Series KozakO) IEEE Protons (1) Chuck Aleese 530 Lucky Strikes (2) IEEE Electrons (2) Bruce Karchner 523 Mainlaners (3) Straight Pins (1) AudieWaksmunski 494 John Schrum 437 Kozak(2) Zero's (2) Team Series Mainlaners (4) Hang Ten (0) Mainlaners 2192 IEEE Electrons (4) Scranton (Forfeit) Zero's 2089 Straight Pins (2) The Bailers (2) lEEEProtons 2O68 IEEE Protons (4) ITE (0) Kozak 2068 IEEE Neutrons (4) Lucky Strikes Women's High Average WEEKLY HIGHS Kathie Perkins 128 Men's individuals cjndy Lewis 122 Tom Minninger +226 Mary Jane Tracy 109 Bruce Karchner 210 Team Game Ch...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Capitol Wins Soccer Finale [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

Capitol Wins Soccer Finale by GENE T. EDDY Valley Forge Military Academy (3-6-0) was attacked on Tuesday, November 5th, by a quick-striking Capitol Campus soccer team (3-4-2). The battle was staged on the athletic field behind the Placement Center and a good sized crowd watched as Capitol dominated VF by a score of 5:1. Valley Forge instituted military maneuvers, while Capitol countered with a smooth, well-balanced game plan. Bob DeyCaza opened the scoring in the first half by lofting a kick just above the stretching arms of Capitol's first half goalie, Rick Burnfield. The Valley Forge 1-0 lead did not last long, however, as Capitol's Mike Burkholder maneuvered in front of VF s goal and scored to even the game at l: l. Ten minutes later, Armand Magnelli assisted Mike with his second goal of the game and Capitol held a 2:1 advantage. Capitol's Jim Rowe was called for a pushing violation, but Valley Forge failed to convert the indirect kick and Armand Magnelli was off wingin...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

TO ALL ORGANIZATIONS UNICEF cards will go on sale Wednesday the 13th and hopefully until the 20th. We are sponsoring it and will not make any money off of the profits. Students are needed to sell the cards. If you or anyone in your organization can put in an hour her and there, put a note with your phone number and times available in senator Linda Bilger's mail slot or call Eileen Hogg 944-1986.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

FLAG FOOTBALL Week of November 4 to 7 Zero's 26 Spread Eagle Inn 20 AU'S 24 Vikings 0 Butt Kicking Machine 18 Zero's 14 Spread Eagle Inn 20 AU'S 13 French Ticklers 24 PSEA 0 Butt Kicking Machine 24 Vikings 0 NADS 34 Bender Bros 14 Coal Crackers 24 NADS 18 Ball Busters 32 Over The Hill Gang 14 NADS , 36 E Z 6 XG.I.S 22 Over The Hill Gang 8 French Ticklers 45 XG.I.S 6 Ball Busters 24 PSEA 0 STANDINGS TO DATE The Vikings - 1—5 French Ticklers • 5—0 Coal Crackers - 4—2 XG.I.s -4-2 NADS - 5—1 Zero's - 2—3 Ball Busters - 5—0 AU'S ¦ 4-2 PSEA - (allforfeits). 0-6 Spread Eagle Inn - 2-4 EZ 0-5 Over The Hill Gang - 0-6 Butt Kicking Machine - 4—2 Bender Bros. 4-2

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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More On Records Confidentiality [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

More On Records Confidentiality Records maintained in the Department of University Safety at the University are records of incidents, not of people, David E. Stormer, director, told University Council on Thursday afternoon. He was one of three University administrators invited to meet with Council as it continues its discussion of confidentiality of records and also the matter of how student records may be affected by the Buckley amendment. Also attending the meeting were Ralph E. Zilly, vicepresident for business, and Dr. N. J. Palladino, dean of the College of Engineering. Mr. Stormer told the Council that since people nearly always are related to incidents, the Department maintains an index card file of names that appear in incident reports, including both persons reporting or witnessing incidents, as well as those who may be responsible for the incidents, and the file number of the incident report is entered on the index card. He said that in the case of students, a syno...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Specialized Colleges Advocated [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

Specialized Colleges Advocated Emmitsburg, Md.- (I.P.)- "Pick up any college catalogue today and you will find they each say they offer the same thing; except that one will do it in an urban setting and another in a rural". With candor and wit, Dr. Steven Muller, president of Johns Hopkins University, addressing the faculty of Mount Saint Mary's College, pointed out that "we have the most diverse system of higher education in the world. It's a very rich mix. But the ' richness' is a fiction, because there are pressures on the inside for greater homogeneity. We are captivated by the ideal of a modern research university". Using his own university, Johns Hopkins, as an example, he protested that each institution must evaluate the type of student it wants to attract and then work to do the best for that student, rather than attempt to imitate an artificial - and therefore, inappropriate-ideal. "Pound per pound, I am sure the faculty at Johns Hopkins produces far more published ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Scientists Uncover More Shit [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

Scientists Uncover More Shit J Archaeologists digging in ^South Harrisburg have jff unearthed what they contend is ^conclusive proof that man's ^was not the first civilization on J^this planet. They have un-3covered what they believe to be ^a five-million-year-old city. 3 Dr. Romulus Trajanus, ^Professor of Bonehead Follies yL-at Outer Langhorne University Qis leader of the three-year-old ^expedition which has been ^.working at the Hbg. Sewage ^Treatment Plant site since ^"August 22, 1971. He said that ^Ukranian pit-workers with the ^ expedition unearthed the first )^signs of civilization two weeks ^ ago. The first relic uncovered ^ was an item believed to be Jffroughly equivalent to a ^ modern-day French Tickler. y "That is what led us to Lbelieve that we had unearthed 'a truly advanced and unique civilization. The object had three heads. And it was unearthed at a depth of 22 feet". Since then, the expedition has unearthed thousand of items and even a structure believed to ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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L&M at U-Park Continued from page S [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

L&M at U-Park Continued from page S formance as an anxious audience awaited the group they had come to see. Nonetheless, they gave O'Keefe a warm hand as he left the stage. Then came the part that the crowd had waited for, Loggins and Messina mounted the stage and seated themselves for a medley of their popular tunes, including "Danny's Song" and "House at Pooh Corner". Some felt that the concert ended at this point, as instrumentation became more prominent than the vocal. But many others enjoyed the variety that followed as Messina switched guitar with mandolin and back again. A fiddle lent itself well to a footstomping number while a flute and saxophone added to many more. As the concert ended and the lights came up, the audience clapped and cheered for "Your Momma Don't Dance and Your Daddy Don't Rock and Roll", a rollicking number that turned the crowd on for more. A second encore ended another All-U Day in the lives of Commonwealth campus students.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 15 November 1974

jArt Exhibitsf74-75 }" f Nov. 25 - Dec. 19 Pottery and Weaving ^ James Gallagher, 511 Hensley Street, Lititz, Pa. 17543 (626-0114) ^ George Fogg, 823 Scenery Drive, Mechanicsburg, Pa. 17055 (697-yL%m) 3^ Dec. 30 - Jan. 24 Color Field Painter j i.Dale Kessler, RD 1, Herdon, Pa. 17830 (758-8122) )r-Jan. 27 - Feb. 21 Black History Week ^. Jerome Brown, 234 Kelker Street, Harrisburg (233-3849) v-Feb. 24 - Mar. 7 Photography ^ St udent Exhibit J^Mar. 10 - 21st U Owner's Exhibit )^Mar. 25 - April 18 Photography 3 Henry Troup, 3510 Derry Street, Harrisburg JL April 21 - May 16 ^ Murry DePillars, 830 Cricklewood Drive, State College, Pa. ^. May 19 • June 9 J Studwit-, Faculty ArJ Exhityt AAAAAAAAA

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