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Coal Strihe Consquences [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
Coal Strihe Consquences University Park, Pa., - We are close enough to the ragged edge that a long coal strike in the United States could push the entire world over into economic disaster, a Pennsylvania State University professor says. Dr. John D. Ridge, professor and head of the Department of Economic Geology and Mineral Economics, points out that a lengthy strike would cut the amount of energy produced in this country by about onethird, a situation we could not tolerate for any considerable amount of time. The two industries which would be most immediately affected by the strike, which began last Tuesday, are steel and automobiles, according to Dr. Ridge, who estimates that a six-week strike would add roughly one million persons to the ranks of the unemployed. "The layoffs would occur primarily among suppliers to the auto manufacturers,,' he continues. "Power companies might not be affected as quickly. Although the exact amount of their coal stocks is not known, they have...
Rather Reports by Fr e d P r ouser If) HOrriSDUrQ by Fred Prouser [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
Rather Reports by Fr e d P r ouser If) HOrriSDUrQ by Fred Prouser Dan Rather, intrepid CBS newsman, who was White House correspondent during the Nixon Administration, spoke last Friday night to a crowd of 400 high school journalists of the Pennsylvania School Press Association in Camp Hill. Speaking about himself, a native Texan, Rather related his early career at Sam Houston State Teachers College where he was enrolled in the journalism program under a football scholarship. Admitting that he wasn't exactly up to his coaches expectations, he Dan Rather smiles after addressing Pa. School Press Assn. in Harrisburg, on Nov. 15. L. 01 Wl 3 O u 0. ¦o 01 u. £o o £ a. There was a brief question and answer period following Mr. Rather's speech in which a number of topics were discussed. ; When asked how sources were obtained in the waning days of the Nixon administration, Rather said there "were decent men within the Administration who cared more about their country,"so they deci...
PROFS RETURN TO S CHOOL [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
PROFS RETURN TO S CHOOL College Station, Texas [IP] Instructors at Texas A&M University have been going back to school to learn to be better teachers. They use a process called an Enhanced Teaching Workshop which was developed and is being conducted by Dr. Glenn Johnson of the Educational Curriculum and Insturction Department. Several techniques, such as interaction analysis and micro-teaching, allow a teacher to examine his instructional methods in detail. Videotape recordings of five or 10-minute simulated classroom instruction periods are made by each professor in the department's micro-teaching laboratories. Teachers viewing the videotapes are not only able to see themselves as others see them, but also observe the actual reactions students have to the presentations. Interaction analysis is the development of a 10-category observation system so that any verbal statement made in a classroom by a teacher or student could be identified every three seconds and record...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 22 November 1974
THE NEXT ISSUE OF THE > READER WILL FEATURE A SECOND ODYSSEY TO i; UNIVERSITY PARK. t THIS TIME, YOUR IN- j l TREPID REPORTERS, :f PROUSER & BOLLINGER, BRAVED THE CHILL, J WINTRY WINDS OF THE NORTH TO BRING TO YOU, I OUR LOYAL READERS, A (J SPECIAL PHOTO-ESSAY ON BAND DAY, 1974. m IN THE DEC. 6 ISSUE ,j OF THE C.C. READER!!! *
James . Cherry successful run [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
James . Cherry successful run 4 " " 9 An experiment in drama at Capitol Campus Russ Hogg and Fred Prouser On both nights of November 22nd and 23rd, the auditorium drew a full house. James Cherry!, people were rumbling, Who is he, What can it be about? The stage was imaginatively set up with innovations becoming of a creative college drama club. To the left was James' bedroom containing two huge tinker toy looking objects, pillows, mini-sign posters, a bed, various objects surrounded by a red brick background with a huge beanbag chair on the floor. To the right lurked a blackish grey hue reeking with mystery - a grey stone wall, black drapings, and timber supports giving the aura of a cave with strange jagged seats resembling rocks whithered away by nature. 7:30 drifted into 8::PM. Darkness, the amorphous crowd fell silent. As the lights came back on, there stood James Cherry (Frank Daloisio) at center stage having come through the red, white and blue draped entrance. Behin...
Third Art-Show opens [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
Third Art-Show opens The third art show of the 1974-75 school year is now being held in the Gallery-Lounge of Penn State-Capitol Campus. The show opened Monday November 25 and will continue until Friday, December 15. James R. Gallagher from Lititz and George E. Fogg from Mechanicsburg, are the featured artists of the current show. Mr. Gallagher, an experienced potter, has exhibited his work at the Gallery Doshi, the Lititz Art Show and throughout the central Penn sylvania area. He is a graduate of Kutztown State College and is presently teaching at Manheim Township High School. George Fogg, a painter, is chairman of the Harrisburg Arts Festival. He has a Master's degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of California and has worked extensively in park and landscape design. Many of his impressionistic paintings are of rural and natural scenes. Mr. Fogg is presently Chief of Division of Outdoor Recreation for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
New j oint. Graduate program begun [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
New j oint . Graduate program begun A completely unique program is being started at The Pennsylvania State University. A joint graduate program in Educational Administration is being offered at Penn State-Capitol Campus in Middletown and at University Park starting in the winter term, January 2, 1975. This program is designed to provide training for school administrators in the Harrisburg area. "Although the Graduate Educational Administration program is not new for University Park, the 'cooperative' concept certainly is," says Dr. R. E. McDermott, provost of the University in Middletown. Yet the program will not require additional University resources. Dr. McDermott explains that students will be admitted to the graduate program, leading to a Master's of Education Degree, under existing criteria and will begin their studies at Penn State- Capitol Campus. Twelve of the minimum 30 credits required can be taken at the Capitol Campus. Students will then take a minimum of 18 cre...
Sweef Adelines to appear in the Auditorium [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
Sweef Adelines to appear in the Auditorium Appearing on December 6 at 8:00 p.m. will be the Greater Harrisburg Chapter of the Sweet Adelines. The Cultural Committee is sponsoring this event and the public is invited to attend. The program will include a medley of Christmas Carols. Sweet Adelines is a female barbershop group singing four part harmony. The Harrisburg Chapter numbers approximately 70 voices and is presently holders of second place medals in Region 14 (comprising a five state area). Sweet Adelines is an international organization with chapters in all of the states (including Hawaii), Canada, Panama Canal Zone and London, England. Started in Tulsa, Okal., by four women who wanted to sing barbershop harmony, the organization quickly grew and now numbers 25,000 members. Greater Harrisburg is under the direction of Mrs. Bettv Pettibon and the President is Mrs. Crystal Snyder.
What is the C.C. Reader? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
What is the C.C. Reader? Sol <JVofe ty' twrn <JAe 6<Ji6m On several occasions during this past term, I and members of the Reader staff have been queried as to just what is the C.C. Reader? By that, they mean, are we a newspaper, a magazine, or just a plain old piece of shit. Well, being the editor, it's my inherent duty to make some kind of statement about this publication's goals, policy, and purpose. Personally, I sometimes feel the Reader is a pain in the old glutteous maximus, but this question does deserve serious attention, since it does involve a large part of the student population (if only by implication). Well, my first impulse might be to classify the Reader as a newspaper, and indeed, in many respects (not the least being appearance ), it is just that. However, we are not strictly a newspaper. We cannot afford to be strictly a newspaper. We try to maintain the appearance of a newspaper especially on the front page, and we do try to live up ...
An American Tragedy: "Your kind of place" [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
An American Tragedy: "Your kind of place" After an enjoyable cultural interlude, "The Disintegration of James Cherry" presented by Capitol's own Strolling Muggers, I proceeded to the nearby McDonald's with my date for some coffee and conversation. Ordering the coffee was handled normally, with the plastic thank you as the cash register was closed. I do believe that the management of this fast food palace keeps track of each counterperson's closing words, lest they lose profits by forfeiting a Big Mac and fries due to the lack of a thank you. The tragedy of the evening was the atmosphere of the dining area. As we sat down, a uniformed rent-a-cop paced down the aisle with his eyes glaring at a motley group of teenagers to our left. As he passed,some remark was made among the teenagers and the security guard followed the remark with a quick retort. It was at that moment that I noticed what appeared to be a fancy version of an electric cattle prod. The basic purpose of this weap...
Aviation Club [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
Aviation Club The Aviation Club visited Harrisburg International Airport on November 19 to conduct preflight inspection of a light aircraft. A Piper Cherokee was used and all members had the opportunity to determine the plane's airworthiness as each pilot does before each flight. There will be a business meeting on Tuesday December 3, at 7:00 in room E-224. Election of officers will be held, please plan to attend this important meeting.