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First Coffeehouse Succeeds [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
First Coffeehouse Succeeds On Friday, Nov. 8, Capitol Campus experienced the first of a series of Coffeehouses, sponsored jointly by Head Shop, Cultural Committee, Social Committee, and the Meade Heights Board of Governors. Featured guests were Dick - and Anne Albin, recording artists from Anchorage Kentucky, who played a variety of their own material based on their experiences and feelings. They were so well received by the crowd of 200, that they got a standing ovation, and did iree en-- ourt'.s Also insured v>a. uie Cumberland County Bluegrass Band, a local bluegrass band which includes Capitolite Mark Sherman. They really got the crowd into the right mood with some well-played, good, oldfashioned bluegrass music. The Coffeehouse, besides providing some good entertainment for the people that came, also proved that you don't have to serve booze at a function to get people to come. One final note: remember ... Tuesday, Nov. 2te is the Communal Dinner, put on every ye...
Comedy in Disorder [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
Comedy in Disorder Currently playing at one local theatre or another is the Ernest Borgnine-Carroll O'Connor comedy, Law and Disorder. Rather, it's ostensibly a comedy. Mainly it's just a frightening look at New York City and how powerless its average citizens are. If this is Ivan Passer's idea of comedy, I'd hate to see one of his tragedies. But it is true that there are some funny episodes in the picture, but on the whole, Passer seems to be desperately begging for laughs thru most of the film, and he never seems to succeed more than half-way. The TV ads had me expecting to see a real knee-slapping funny - picture starring two of TV's top comedian-actors. And the opening half-hour almost lived Up to the billing, but then things started to get too serious: like when O'Connor's daughter is attacked and Ror¦ -nine's son's bike is stolen in a couple of scenes that belonged "Dirty Harry" than in a supposedly "fun" comedy. nind serious social commentary in a comedy, as long as ...
To A Friend [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
To A Friend You're not the only one this world knows There're lots of other way-out shows, But all you eat is what you bake You can't stomach my piece of cake. We all try fc show that we're all right, but you'reioo busy shinin' in your own light; Yet you seem to think it's all so fine, As long as it's yours instead of mine. Now I'm not say in' that I'm too cool, But I sure as hell ain't no fool ; And I stay off of your ten toes While you don't look where anybody goes. For once, try openin' up to see ThereJ s more to here than just "dear old Me", For when you splice your rope and I splice mine, All the world will feel just fine. —Romeo Trajanus
September Wind [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
September Wind —Jeff Steinfurth September wind, The highway's breath Song of diesels (throats of black smoke) Early morning road Black coffee and truck stops And the golden thrill of sunburst gone to idle on the asphalt dawn (Grey shadowy) Smear of September skies, A dirty watercolor My face is as Long as the wind Brush of fall, Bristling wind Coats summer with a stroke Dying leaves And frozen trees (Atumn breeze), the sweep of seasons Packs my bags And blows me down with leaves Blows me down the path .... The road beckons, And yet I hesitate And yet I wait ... Pulling up the roots Of twenty years, Warm faces that Will cool with time, Friends that will Become strangers, A love that turns to Frost (Ice cold souls in the winter wind) The end is a beginning (When seen by older eyes) When seen by colder eyes The eyes of time and wind
Grad student represents Capitol at Conference [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
Grad student represents Capitol at Conference Mr. Craig Zumbrum, a graduate student in the humanities program at Penn State-Capitol Campus recently represented the University at the annual conference of the Association of College Unions-International held at Frostburg State College in Frostburg, Maryland. Zumbrum is a resident of Middletown and is the representative for Central Pennsylvania to the ACUI Arts Committee. The conference was comprised of colleges and universities from Maryland, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia. In total 284 delegates represented 84 schools. A.C.U.I. is committed to the development of college unions as functioning tools for the betterment of educational services in general. Dr. William Bierbaum, President of the Staten Island Community College, New York, was the keynote speaker at the annual banquet. Dr. Bierbaum recently returned from a tour of Red China. His message focused on his observations of China, primarily the resp...
WZAP AM's Love Radio [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
WZAP AM's Love Radio Anyone interested in joining the radio station staff for winter term may do so! All you have to do is fill out an application as soon as you get your winter schedule. Stop by the station for further details. TOP 15 SINGLES 1. Whatever Gets You Through The Night - John Lennon 2. Tin Man - America 3. Back Home Again - John Denver 4. Longfellow Serenade - Neil Diamond 5. Jazzman - Carole King 6. You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet - BTO 7. Overnight Sensation - Raspberries 8. Can't Get Enough of Your Love - Bad Company 9. I've Seen The Saucers - Elton John 10. Carefree Highway - Gordon Lightfoot 11. Pretzel Logic - Steely Dan 12. Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd 13. It's Only Rock and Roll - The Rolling Stones 14. Pure and Easy - The Who 15. Bungle in The Jungle - Jethro Tull TOP 12 ALBUMS 1. Walls and Bridges - John Lennon 2. Photographs and Memories; His Greatest Hits - Jim Croce 3. It's Only Rock and Roll - The Rolling Stones 4. Holiday - America 5. Not Fragil...
SGA * Parking Proposal [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
SGA * Parking Proposal Having listened to the concerns of students over the past year, it seems as though one of the main tensions on campus is the parking situation. It is obvious that we cannot eliminate the $7.50 parking fee and as Patrick Henry said, "Give me liberty or give me death!" All joking aside though, the $7.50 does go into a fund for the construction and upkeep of parking facilities at all commonwealth campuses. It is obvious that many students participate in school activities which occur on the athletic fields or in the Athletic Building and Placement Center. In order to alleviate tension and bring about a moreharmoniouscampus community, we propose the following: We propose that there be offered an alternative sticker for those students who wish to use these areas but do not park in the school parking lot. This alternative sticker would cost $1.00 and would be in effect after 3:00 p.m. on weekdays and for the entire period beginning 3:00 p.m. Friday until Monday...
! CORRECTION [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
! CORRECTION I In last week's "Reader I Asks", we made an error in ¦ quoting Mr. Gary Sheffer. j The Reader extends its j apologies, and would like to I print the correct quote, as it | should have appeared: j "Really I'm kind of hesitant ¦ about tiie present Congress. ' For Democracy to work, 1 there should be a balance of I both parties with equal j power."
Security Deliberations Continue [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
Security Deliberations Continue By Fred Prouser The Committee on Student Affairs met on November 13, continuing their discussion on campus security. Changes of a substantive nature were made in the language of a report submitted to the committee. Each proposed change was met with discussion by various . members of the committee. Questions arose concerning the selection process of the Student Security Force as well as its duties and responsibilities. The formation of a Campus Safety Committee was mentioned as a possible means of administering-matters pertaining to security on campus. The proposed committee would consist of three students, two faculty members as well as one administrator. It was emphasized by Jerry South, Director of Student Affairs, that the committee would have to function on a twelve month basis and that the continuity of the committee would be essential. In order to thoroughly examine the role of security on I campus, the committee moved to obtain the jo...
Faculty Faces [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
Faculty Faces Meet Mr. Richard Stevens Mr. Richard Stevens, a former graduate of Capitol Campus, now is a member of our faculty. His offical title here at Capitol Campus is "Planning Analyst", for the Institute of State and Regional Affairs. "My major interests lie in Regional Planning, especially urban and regional economics, along with the application of computers to regional planning", states Mr. Stevens. He attended St. Joseph's College in Philadelphia for his B.S. in Economics. Then he worked for the Federal Government for a year as "Management and Computer Systems Analyst". Mr. Stevens served three years in the army as a Data Processing Officer in Germany. He received his master's degree in Regional Planning right here at Capitol Cmpus. While studying here Mr. Stevens was a graduate assistant. By JOSEPH MINNICI At the present time he teaches Quantitative Methods in Planning. This spring he will instruct the course entitled, Economic Theory and Analysis in Planning. M...
HUKk*—^ »a- [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
HUKk*—^ »a- j Photographs by Fred Prouser ||| Dr. Hatem Hussaini, Asst. Director, Arab Information office, Washington, D.C. speaks before a Gallery Lounge ;| | 1 I audience on the Palestinian perspective of the Middle East situation. | '" An attentive Gallery Lounge audience listens to Dr. Hussaini's impassioned «$m a plea for a Palestinian homeland. mm sDr. Simko, sponsor of Dr. Hussaini's ¦ ^p IviSlt ^ MtazaevJiM
Rec/Ath Information [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
Rec/Ath Information VOLLEY BALL: Volley ball instruction is held every Tuesday evening at 7:30 in the Base Gym!!! We are very fortunate to be able to have TREVOR ZAHNISER available for this program. If you enjoy volleyball, you are in for a treat if you take time to stop by the gym on Tuesday. Mr. Zahniser is a 1970 Ail-American Volleyball player, having played with the Penn State Volleyball team. A Capitol Campus Volleyball Club will be formed for the Winter Term if the response is great enough. Competitive matches can be arranged with other volleyball club during the winter. ,For further information call the Rec-Ath Office, 787-7751, or stop by. MARKSMANSHIP CLUB: The Marksmanship Club meets every Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m. in the Security Office (located in the Placement Center & Admissions building). Mr. Jim Paul, Campus Security, is the instructor and advisor for this club. WRESTLING CLUB: REMINDER: The Wrestling Club meets every Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 ...
Vfednesday Nght Bowlirg 11-13-74 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
Vfednesday Nght Bowlirg 11-13-74 Won Lost Percent G.B. Aver.] Zero's 20 8 .714 — 721L IEEE Protons .... 20 8 .714 — 672 Mainlaners 19 9 .679 1 702 Kozaks 19 9 .679 1 655 ITE 18 10 .643 2 665 IEEE Neutrons... 17 11 • .607 3 666 IEEE Electrons .13 15 .464 7 625 The Bailers 12 16 .429 8 645 Hang Ten 12 16 .429 8 628 Lucky Strikes .... 9 19 .321 11 611 Straight Pins 5 23 .179 15 527 ??? 0 . 4 .000 ? 597 IEEE Protons (4) Straight Pins (0) Team Game Kozak (4) ¦>¦>¦> (0) Mainlaners 757 Zero's (3) The Bailers (1) IEEE Neutrons 751 ITE (3) Lucky Strikes (1) Zer0's W IEEE Neutrons (4) Hang Ten IEEE Protons 731 IEEE Electrons (3) Mainlaners (1) Team Series Mainlaners 2127 Kozaks 2104 IEEE Neutrons 2087 Zero's 2083 FALL TERM WEEKLY HIGHS HIGH AVERAGES Mens Individuals Men's High Average Keith Lockhart 214- chuck Aleese 160 B Pymond 208 Bruce Karchner 157 Chuck Aleese 206, 204 George Schmidt 156 Bruce Karchner 200 Mike Detrick 156 Mens Series Woman's High Average I Chu...
Accounting Internship Program [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
Accounting Internship Program by JOSEPH MINNICI This past summer Mr. Phil Buchanan of the business faculty contacted sixty-four public accounting firms, corporations and government agencies regarding participation in the Capitol Campuses new accounting internship. Out of these contacts, fifteen indicated interest in an accounting internship. "The primary objective of the internship is to afford students the opportunity to gain practical on-the-job experience in the field of accounting, which is currently not possible in the classroom. The interns will have the chance to interact with accounting practitioners which it is hoped, will assist students in developing career goals", states Mr. Buchanan. A secondary objective of the internship is to assist in the placement function. Thirteen Capitol Campus students have been accepted for the Mr. Phil Buchanan., program. Prerequisites for this program depend upon the nature of the job as evaluated by the Accounting faculty. Mr. Bucha...
'Taking Care of Business" with Beta Chi [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
'Taking Care of Business" with Beta Chi "Taking Care of Business" is just what the Business Club has been doing. In fact we're not just a business club any more, we're now Beta Chi and a campus chapter of S.A.M. Which for all you people who don't know S.A.M. stands for the Society For The Advancement of Management! Right now Beta Chi is in the middle of a fund-raising project that is very dear to the heart of most students. We're going to raffle off a sixty dollar basket of CHEER! No not laundry detergent but a basket of all good premium whiskey. Like Wild Turkey Bourbon, Canadian Club, Ballantines Scotch, Jacquins London Tower Gin, Smiroff Vodka, Jacquin's Napolean Brandy, Bacardi 151 Rum, Pancho Villa Tequila, and last but not least Lancer Rose Wine. Just think of the party you could have! The tickets are only .50c a piece and are available from your friendly local participating Beta Chi member! The drawing is on Dec. 10, just in time for Christmas. Wouldn't it make a great ...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
Agent of Trailways Travel Bureau Corp. Tours THANKSGIVING SKI VACATION In Laurentian Mtns. Canada Nov. 27 - Dec. 1 PRE-CHRfeTMAS SKI TRIP To Quebec City, Canada Dec. 20-24 GEORGE HARRISON IN CONCERT At Spectrum MONDAY, DEC. 16 Leave Hbg.,4:30 P.M. $26.05 PER PERSON Prices Include Transportation And Reserved Seat ^ -^"*fS ^^ Phone ^ftnH 236-9588 §1111 BSEr Harrisburg, HMiBSSE Pa-
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
IM FLAG FOOTBALL Scores for week of Nov. 11 to 14 French Ticklers 24 EZ 0 NADS 41 AU'S 20 XG.I.S 24 The Vikings 0 Spread Eagle Inn B Coal Crackers 0 A U'S 28 Overthe Hill Gang 12 NADS 28 Butt Kicking Machine 12 The Vikings 24 PSEA 0 Ball Busters ' 44 Zeros 14 Ball Busters 18 EZ 6 French Ticklers 44 Zero's IB Over the Hill Gang 24 PSEA 0 Two games rained out: E Z versus Spread Eagle Inn and Bender Bros versus Ball Busters.