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

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Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
HACC & C.C Get Together [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

HACC & C.C Get Together by Jim Bollinger On Tuesday, Nov. 12 in room E202 of Capitol Campus' main building, an important meeting took place between prominent members of both Harrisburg Area Community College's and Capitol Campus's student organizations and related staff. The meeting was supervised by James D. South, Director of Student Affairs at Capitol Campus, and Jay Ebersole, Student Affairs Director at HACC. The meeting was the first of its kind; however, it was prefaced by the formation of a special Cooperation Committee made-up of members from both schools. This meeting was called mainly to coordinate certain functions common to both schools, and was to focus its attention to the formation of a joint Social calendar, and a method of relaying scheduling information between HACC and C.C. The main issue, which was actually discussed however, was the proposed plan to issue joint, interchangeable, yet separate ID cards. This issue received much attention, especiall...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Palestinian Provokes Discussion [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

Palestinian Provokes Discussion Dr. Hussaini debates with Dr. Elmer Lear. With the threat of war in the Middle East an imminent possibility, the arrival of Dr. Hatem Hussaini, Assistant Director of the Arab Information Office, Washington, D.C. November 12th in the GalJery Lounge signaled a conscious effort on the part of the Palestine Liberation Organization (p.L.O.) to bring its message to the American people. Speaking to an attentive audience, Dr. Hussaini spoke of the Palestinian Tragedy, the desire for freedom, liberation and equal rights which he claimed are denied his people by the Israeli government As a Palestinian, freedom comes first according to Dr. Hussaini. He claimed the Palestinian Arabs lived in Palestine before the Jews and have a rightful claim to the land now occupied by Israel. To resolve the tense situation in the Middle East, Hussaini urged the removal of injustice and the creation of a new situation of co-existence, otherwise conflict will continue, ...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
"James Cherry" plays at Capitol [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

"James Cherry" plays at Capitol Cast' of C.C.'s production of "The Disintegration of James Cherry". It will be presented Fri., Nov. 22 & Sat., Nov. 23 in the auditorium. Curtain is at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free. to hit this area". Among the Penn State-Capitol Campus students in the cast of characters are Kevin Crawfoot from Carlisle, Tobi Porter from Elizabethtown, Debby Mabry from Harrisburg, Gerard Lavelle and Frank Daloisio from Middletown. Gary Macchioni, a student in the humanities and drama program, is directing the play as an independent study under the guidance of Dr. Jere Berger, professor at the University. A musical performance will be a pre-show treat before the curtain goes up at 8:00. The public is invited to attend this admission-free production. "The Strolling Muggers", a drama club composed of Penn State Capitol Campus students, will present "The Disintegration of James Cherry", on Friday and Saturday, November 22 and 23 at 8:00 p.m. in the audito...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
B.S.U. Talent Show a hit [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

B.S.U. Talent Show a hit by Bob Bennett Social Committee Chairman of B.S.U. Paul Bailey of 218 Wrisberg Hall, took first place prize at the talent show sponsored by the Black Student Union, on November the twelfth in the Student Center. Paul's Birthday was also on November twelfth, so you can imagine the celebration that went on in room 218. Not only did Paul carry back a twelve inch gold trophy, but he did it on his birthday. The talent show consisting of five talented acts, was attended by approximately one hundred people. Paul sang and played his twelve and six string guitar. Mrs. Jane Jones who sang and accompanied herself on guitar, took second place. One of our own Professors, Mr. Roger Schiller, of the Engineering dept. took third place with his performance on piano. The M. C. for the show was none other than the man with the gift-of-gab Bro. Troy Buster. Later that night at the Student Center, a beer party was held and 2V2 kegs of beer was readily consumed, while the...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
XGFs join march in D.C [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

XGFs join march in D.C Veterans from Penn State-Capitol Campus participated in a march on Washington Monday, November 18. Gideon Wray of Highspire, spokesman for the veterans, stated the reason for the march was "to encourage President Ford to sign the new G.I. Bill which was recently passed by Congress". The new bill would increase the veteran's benefits by 23 percent, extend the benefit time by nine months for undergraduate students, and provide for Veteran's loans up to $600. The veteran's fraternity at the University, known as Chi Gamma Iota, provided a bus to carry the fifty students veterans to Washington. The demonstration was to begin with speeches outside the Capitol at 11 a.m. The actual march commenced at 1 p.m. The marchers started at the Capitol and ended up outside the White House. President Ford had announced that he was seriously thinking about vetoing the bill. For this reason, the veterans were on the march.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
COTTON BOW- [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

COTTON BOW- On December 2, 3, and 4 tickets for the Cotton Bowl between Penn State and the winner of the Southwest Conference will be on sale in the Recreation Building at University Park. On these dates tickets for students will be half price for one ticket, regular price for any additional tickets. Information is available in the Student Affairs Office, W-103, for those wishing to fly down with a package deal available through the travel agencies of State College. Package deals are already available priced from $209-$269, with a $25 deposit required. Deadline for deposit is November 27th.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Turkeys Strike Thanksgiving [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

Turkeys Strike Thanksgiving by Jim Bollinger ULYSSES, PA. (CCBS) Today, the United Roasting Turkeys of America, after negotiating with restaurant and store owners for three weeks, have decided to go on strike for higher prices. URTA President George W. Meanbird, in announcing the Union's decision, said "with todays inflation and the prices Beef are receiving, we feel it's only fair that America's Grand Old Bird should receive comparable prices". The strike will take effect at 12:01 a.m., Nov. 22. Reliable sources report that the strike is not likely to end before Thanksgiving, and could well last until past the Christmas Holiday season. Michael "Dogbird" Gobbler, Vice-President of Local Coop No. 330, of Ulysses, reports that a major item in the contract dispute was a 12 percent cost - of - dicing - allowance clause. The new contract is to be for three years, and, Mr. Gobbler reports, "if I'm gonna be butchered three years from now, I wanna fetch a price that's in line with o...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

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Publication Title: C.C. Reader
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

DEADLINE FOR THE NEXT ISSUE IS NOV. -26, 3:00 PM FOR THE DEC. 6 ISSUE. THE DEADLINE FOR THE ISSUE AFTER THAT (DEC. 13) WILL BE DEC. 6, 12:00 NOON. THE DEC. 13 ISSUE IS THE LAST OF THE TERM ) [ . I [ [ {I) !!! {

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

A Note from Studen t A Ha irs S&vout moke <Jjuue4itfi <J/0€W<a Can I post this sign?" Nobody looks at the Bulletin Boards "Is anybody going to Philadelphia this weekend?" These and similar statements are made by students practically everyday. So let's see if we can't work a little better. First, students may post notices, signs, etc. on the Bulletin Boards. Each one is to have on it the name of who posted it and the date the sign is to be removed. Second, notices are not to be of a commercial nature Third, the person who posts a notice is responsible for removing Fourth, certain Bulletin Boards are for specific purposes - only post notices on them which are appropriate. At the bottom of the center stairway is a "Ride Board". Notices of rides needed or available should be posted there. On the first floor in the center section is a board where students may advertise for sale items - skis, books, motor cycle helmets, etc. Fifth, notice...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Remember the Starvin 1 Armenians [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

Remember the Starvin1 Armenians S$tJyofie tyswrn JAe {0<utw< This is the time of year that most standard newspapers print editorials relating to what we have to be thankful for. They always go on about how we should be thankful for the things we have that "less fortunate people" don't have. That's the same spiel we all got from our parents when we were children: "Eat all your food. Think of all those poor starvin' Armenians." (By the way, I still want to meet a starving Armenian). And they'd also go on about what we all have to be thankful about. Well, knowing that the few of you out there who read my column don't want to be bored with the same old shit, I've decided that, to make us all feel better, I'd draw-up a list of things we wish we could be thankful about if we only had them. After all, there is really very little in the news to actually make you thankful about anything, so this list will give you a reason to walk around with a Thanksgiving frown: You...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Ski Club Notebook [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

Ski Club Notebook Snow tires are being rolled out and ski racks are being dusted off as ski club members and other local skiers anxiously await the first snow fall of the season. Now is the time to get those skis in condition. The Ski Club trip to Whiteface of Killington is now scheduled for Jan. 2-3-4. For those members making the trip dues have to be paid by Nov. 28th and a deposit of $25 is due on the first Thursday in December. If interested and can't attend meetings contact Bob Nace at 545-3119. 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. To kick off this season there will be a ski club keggar early in December. Watch this column for further details. Also look for details on the first C. C. -Ski of the season...Think Snow!

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

"Where Have all the Flowers Gone?" Want to /-*,. Plant a Tree? A Bush? or tfs3/& just a little flower? /MftTr Inquire at SGA - W-110.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Minolta sponsors Student Photo Contest [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

Minolta sponsors Student Photo Contest Want to hit Europe next summer, with a friend and have $5000 in cash to spend? This dream two months vacation can be all yours. No puzzles to figure out, either. Just take a picture which, in the opinion of judges, is worthy of publication in the Minolta College Gallery and is the best of all entries, and you'll be on your way. Minolta's photo competition is exclusively for college students. Grad students, too. Male and female. The big camera company has come up with a big idea: The Minolta College Gallery, a special section to appear periodically in College Magazine and containing at least ten prize winning photos taken by students attending a college or university in the United States. The top prize will be a two months vacation in Europe next summer for the winner and a friend. The company will provide all air transportation and in addition give the big winner $5,000 in cash to pay for all lodgings, food, ground transportation and ot...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

Th« Capitol Campus R«ad«r The C. C. Reader is published by the students of the Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa., apd is printed by the Middletown Press & Journal during the Fall, Winter and Spring Terms. Opinions expressed by the editors and staff are not necessarily those of the University Administration, Faculty or Students. Editor-in-Chief Jim Bollinger Associate Editor Doug Gibboney Associate & Photography Editor Fred Prouser Business Manager Ken Hession Business Oept Bob Pobiak, Steve Nonn Sports Editor Horace Jones Sports Joe Minnici, Gene T. Eddy Staff Romeo Trajanus, Ronnie Wer, Lynn Kramer, Frank Daloisio, Phyllis Schaeffer, Patrick McClure, P.R.J. Smith, Mike Mitchell Layout Doug & Jim & Frank & Phyllis SGA Correspondents Mike McAllister, Russ Hogg Hot Lion Coordinator Dave Nicholas Graphics Diane Cressler Advisor J,m Ferner Faculty Advisor Dr. Betty Thorne

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

Xn REPORTER Well, our Football Team has done it again. On a cold Nov. 13 night, a few bodies braved the weather to show up for a game but to their disappointment the game was forfeited by the Vikings. The team is now 5-2 and will play E-Z on Nov. 20. Washington, D.C. - Monday, November 18, 1974 - XGI's of Capitol Campus participated in a march up Pennsylvania Ave. to raise support for the signing of the proposed GI Bill by President Ford. The new bill will give a 23 percent increase in monthly benefits, an extension of 9 months of extra benefits for undergraduate work, and a loan feature up to $600. The President has threatened to veto the bill as he feels it is inflationary. Watch the Patriot News for an exclusive article based on an interview with the XGIs of Capitol Campus. Mr. Barker Howland interviewed various fraternity members on Tuesday, Nov. 19. The article should prove to be interesting reading!! Thank-you! Thank-you! Thank-you! to all the wonderful people who took the t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

READER CLASSIFIEDS Free Ad Forms Available In WHO For Sale '68 Datsun 2000 Roadster. OHC, roll bar, R&H, 5-speed, No. 3 inspection, asking $1000. Call Denny, 944-1937. For Sale 1971 Red Fiat 850 Convertible. Best offer over $900.00. Call 561-0630 after 5 p.m. For Sale Macrame plant hangers made to your choice of colors and lengths. Ray 944-1205. Grass and speed for sale. Seek and ye shall find. Wanted Ride to New Castle Area (West Pa.) Near Ohio. Any where near there for Thanksgiving. Call 944-7071 or stop at 931 B Mars. Ask for Andy. Want to Buy Starter for 1965 Ford Mustang, needed desperately. Also needed; birdbath, 10 lbs. of peanuts, a park bench and one old, dirty, down and out Bum who is adept at opening peanut shells. Coniaci Walter Pidgeon, c-o The Scranton Inn. Coo'oo Coo'oo. Riders Wanted To Scranton. Leave Capitol Campus every Friday between 3-5 p.m. Return from Scranton (Via Interstate 81) Between 7 p.m. & 9 p.m. Will share expenses. Call this nu...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

1 ¦ Commencement ceremonies for Fall Term graduates are J scheduled to be held December 21, 1974 at 1 p.m. at thei I Middletown Area Senior High School in the auditorium, j Faculty and staff should meet in the Chorus Room, located i across the hall behind the auditorium stage no later than I l.lim noon, _J

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974

• HOTLION s ^ ^ J? /^ ^^ • • The Hot Lion is a weekly newsletter published to keep the % 9 Capitol Campus community informed of all activities on, or % • concerned with, the Campus. Everyone should please feel # • free to use this service by obtaining the entry cards in the • f Student Affairs Office (W105), filling them out and leaving • J them there. Deadline is Friday, Noon, week prior to date of • 1* publication. November22-December7,1974 J • Nov. 22 - BASKETBALL - Capitol vs. Lan- Dec. 2 - DTK LUNCHEON - Dr. Daniel Poore, % • caster Bible College, at Capitol Campus Topic: Social Implications of Inflation, — A 7-30 pm 12:15 p.m., Gallery Lounge. X 2 Nov. ' 22-23 - ' "THE DISINTEGRATION OF Dec. 2 - C.C. READER MEETING, Rm WHO, 9 X JAMES CHERRY" sponsored by Drante 3:00 p.m. ^nnnm,^ r.*w™*.in 5 • Club (musical entertainment before the Dec. 3 - SOCIAL COMMITTEE MEETING - f • show beginning at 7:30 p.m.) Curtain at 8 Topic: Keggar 12-14-74, and next Coffee — A p.m. - Aud., "James ...

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