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CAR RALLEY RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

CAR RALLEY RESULTS WESTiONSE «3 HOUr *"* S*M,"U,••' ,DEAL MILEAGE 54 Miles; TOTAL Place Car No. Driver a Navigator Total Paints Questions Mileage Time Missed Missed Missed Missed 1 27 at Ron Kivak 7 6 0 1 * Rita Gocek 2 47 ^ Jim Matter 8 7 0 1 f Carl Knaub 3 55 ^ Gretchen Senseman 9 4 1 4 f Fred Eurieck 4 2 TomPetrilla 10 7 12 Nancy Roberts 5 4 Bill Soman 10 7 2 1 Barry S. 6 39 Tony Dewesky 10 « 2 2 Oak 7 17 RichLippincott 10 5 3 2 M. L. Buckley 8 48 Kathy Jones u 8 1 2 Kathy Kocker 9 11 JohnZullo 12 10 2 0 Gary Tobin 10 45 Kevin Ritchey 12 10 2 0 Jerry Zeleny 11 19 CathiLong 12 10 1 1 Kathy Kramer 12 53 George Price 12 7 2 3 Cherly Price 13 5 EdWorkulich 12 453 Paul Heinzman 14 20 LeoCarr 13 10 1 2 Jim Butts 15 42 Jim Bicsecker 13 10 2 1 Tom Rudolf 16 21 DanOndewelder 13 7 5 1 17 3 Bob 14 9 3 2 Riff 18 18 Mr. Achorn 15 13 1 1 Dr. Shaw 19 30 DonGllmore 15 12 1 2 Mike Kiotchick 20 26 RamoneSeGree 16 13 2 1 Mary Jo SeGree 21 37 Tom Rowan 16 10 2 4 Jeff Hooten 22 51 MikeNazmack...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Science Enrollment recovers at Antroch [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

Science Enrollment recovers at Antroch Yellow Springs. Ohio- (I.P.) - The following are excerpts from a five-year report by Albert B. Stewart, professor of Physics and director of the Antioch College Sloan Science Program: The last five years have seen a growing public ambivalence toward the place of science. Its reputation has been sullied by pollution, defoliants, pesticides, weapons; and its objective basis has been denied as an appropriate way of looking at the world. But the recognized need for scientific understanding - to tackle problems of pollution, to understand the physiology of different states of consciousness, to come up with alternatives to dwindling natural resources, and through electronics to spread a richer fare for the senses - has probably never been greater. During the same period, higher education has been in a volatile state, with mushrooming demands for change in educational methods and subject matter. Five years ago the Antioch faculty faced fewer a...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Campus papers status still uncertain [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

Campus papers status still uncertain Tuscaloosa, Ala.- (LP.) - Status of the campus press at colleges and universities throughout the nation continues to plague college editors and administrators, according to a study recently completed by the Independent Media Research Project (IMRP) at the University of Alabama. "College administrators are still reluctant to seriously consider true independence for their campus student newspapers', project director Boyd Campbell said. IMRP conducted a survey of 500 colleges and university administrators and campus student editors during the 1973-74 academic year. The percentage of return for editors was 41.2 per cent; administrators, 68 per cent; and, at least one survey response was received from 82.4 per cent of the campus student newspapers selected for the survey. "Three campuses out of the 500 we surveyed indicated that they had an independent corporation established for profit to turn out the campus student newspaper. Of the campus...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

~ SrlRIEWD BUSINESSMEN Advertise in the CC. READER For information, contact Ken Hession 787-1663 944-5814 Jim Bollinger 233-8011 the Reader staff |P' ^ | I 1 I B I I jj : B I: H I ¦ I B II B

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

j Recipe "1 , j WINE CHEESE FONDUE I I 1 cup Rhine wine I I 1 package (8 oz.) old . ¦ English process Cheddar I I cheese slices, cut up | 1 tablespoon flour mixed ¦ I with 2 tablespoons water J Hard crust bread or rolls, I cut in bite-size pieces or l ¦ fruit, cut in pieces J ! Pour wine into fondue I I pot. Add pieces of cheese. I | Place over medium-high heat . ( until cheese is melted and mixture is smooth. Add | flour mixture and cook and » ¦ stir until thickened. Reduce J heat so mixture continues to I bubble gentry. Spear bread I or fruit pieces on fondue fork * I and dip into hot mixture. I

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Vivisection in psychobiology [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

Vivisection in psychobiology The following is a report from United Action for Animals, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of laboratory animals. The National Science Foundation, an agency in the Executive branch of government, has been supporting research in psychobiology for a quarter of a century. The difference between vivisection and psychobiology is that in vivisection the animals have some hope of dying, either from the experiment or by being killed by the experimenters sometime afterward. In psychobiology, the aminals are tortured and tormented throughout their entire lives. In many experiments the experimenters use intensive and ingenious methods to make the animals neurotic or to drive them insane. Another name commonly substituted for psychobiology is "animal behavior", which doesn't mean what most people think it means. "Animal behavior" in the laboratories means behavior modification, known in humans, especially prisoners of war, as bra...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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WZAP AM's Love Radio [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

WZAP AM's Love Radio Just a little reminder; we do have a request line, so call 944-4251 when there's a record you want to hear. TOP IS SINGLES 1. Tin Man - America 2. Longfellow Serenade - Neil Diamond 3. Back Home Again - John Denver 4. What Ever Gets You Thru The Night - John Lennon 5. Jazzman - Carole King 6. You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet - BTO 7. Bungle in the Jungle - Jethro Tull 8. Nobody - Doobie Brothers 9. Carefree Highway - Gordon Lightfoot 10. Pretzel Logic - Steely Dan 11. Can't Get Enough of Your Love - Bad Company 12. Ain't too Proud to Beg-The Rolling Stones 13. Glitter Queen - Hydra 14. The Heartbreak Kid - BO Donaldson and the Hey woods 15. Overnight Sensation - Raspberries TOP 12 ALBUMS 1. It's only Rock and Roll-The Rolling Stones 2. Photographs and Memories; His Greatest Hits - Jim Croce 3. Holiday - America 4. Not Fragile - BTO 5. Wedding Album - Cheech and Chong 6. Walls and Bridges - John Lennon 7. War Child - Jethro Tull 8. Serenade - Neil Diamond 9. Li...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Journey 's End [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

Journey 's End (for W.A.F.) The nations of man are on their feet angrily shouting down at each other sniffing at the throat, wanting blood looking for the tender spot where teeth sink easily, yielding the best results with minimal effort Angry and absolutely irritable as if they had been wakened too early defending blindly the sleep still in their sleepy outraged eyes We are awake too early There are too few dreams Our rapid eye movements are only to watch for danger in the stranger across the street; in the shadows; in the open; in the darkness behind our eyes Paranoics are those With an inkling of the truth Truth creeps at the bedside with hollow needle teeth that bite and bite and bite at out throat our loins our eyes laughter biting mercy dead as we moan with yellowed eyes Truth is a bloddy hatchet Truth is structure Truth is money We are men swollen with truth Pimple men ready to pop with both a bang and a whimper The bang is from truth We whimper for structure There ...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
-- P.R.J. Smith Crossword Puzzle [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

-- P.R.J. Smith Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1. Stump 5. Swing round 9. Poet 12. Sound 13. Bucolic 15. Command 17. Middles 18. Tiny 19. Deer 21. Island 22. Ethnic 25. Penny 28. Lariat 30. Period 32. Turmeric 33. Worldwide 36. Literary collection 37. The gods: Lat. 38. Subside 39. Tear 41.— de corps 43.— Passes 45. Man's name 46. Indian 49. Senseless 52. More certain 54. Choral compositions 56. Friends 57. Work unit 58. Storm 59. Thin strip DOWN l.Pack 2. Ripped 3. Awareness 4.Insect 5. Spanish: abbr. 6. Listless 7. Utilize 8. Volcano 9. Abnormal 10. Paddle 11. Building extensions 14. Auricular 16. Register 20. Chinese, measure 23. Enzyme 24. Portion 26. Clean 27. Story 28. Falsifier 29. Girl's nam* 31. Turbans 34. Born 35. Sash 40. Blow anon 42. Puerto Rico: abbr. 44. Male deer 47. Tissue 48. Formerly 49. Frozen dessert 50. Indian timber tree 51. Greenland Eskimo 53. Elevates 55. Compass point Anwar to Puxila

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

TEST-TUBE BABIES SAN FRANCISCO-James Bonner, of the California Institute of Technology has predicted that babies will be conceived in test tubes on a mass scale within two or three generations.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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OuDffetotoffi [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

OuDffetotoffi hl^S^ m^~^>?M Le Bateau by Henri Emile Benoit Matisee hung in New York's Museum of Modern Art for 47 days, upside down! Shall I buy your body with my words? Can smooth manner take smooth skin by surprise And keep its kindness for only my eyes alone? I wonder, and hope, and hop at your cross-eyed jests. Tying myself in Gordian nots, I can't decipher your quick about-faces. Your fat Persian, thrown in my lap, as you go out for a walk. - Alan Yottey

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

XGI Blood Drive netted the most ( precious gift of all-life giving blood. (

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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More than everything you wanted to know about Michael Barton [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

More than everything you wanted to know about Michael Barton Once every thirty weeks, Doctor Michael Barton, smooth-talking smart-dressing college professor, travels the diameter of the earth. The only hitch is all that mileage isn't racked up tunneling from here to China but by riding the rails between Philadelphia and Middletown. For like fellow Capitol professor Lemmuel Molovinsky, Michael Barton commutes daily from Philadelphia. Each morning he leaves his "modest but elegantly furnished" Germ an town apartment, gets into his tan 1971 Pontiac and drives down to the station in time to catch the Harrisburg Express. By 11:35 - if all goes well with Penn-Central - Michael Barton is in Middletown. Briefcase in hand, he hikes to Route 230 and sticks out his thumb. Like Sisyphus, who was continually rolling rocks up hills, Michael Barton is continually trying to get from the Middletown train station to Capitol Campus. "I usually watch a dozen students pass me by until I throw my...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Meade Black-Out [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

Meade Black-Out End of the term - paranoia time - finals and projects piling up - Sunday night, December 1st * was no time for the lights to go out on campus. You might have been anywhere, living room, kitchen, bedroombut the bathroom is the worse place to get caught in when the lights go out. Safely navigating out of the afore mentioned predicament, I met the other roommates in my house in the living room. We debated the question of the black out during the initial first few minutes. A quick check found our household with out candles, not even a transitbr radio to compete with the sound of the wind whipping outside the house. The lights had gone out in the Heights last spring for about 5 hours, but this was winter time, with a possible 4 to 8 inches of snow on the way - so the gas burners on top of the stove went on right away. We congregated in the kitchen for awhile, watching the house across the street. Matches would flicker on and off as candles were lit, while we curse...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Rec/Ath Information [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

Rec/Ath Information CROSS COUNTRY: Capitol Campus ended its 1974 Cross Country season by bowing to Lebanon Valley College 23-24. The meet was run at Lebanon Valley on November 16 with the following results: J. Momwiller, LV -27:06; Joe Niebel, Capitol - 27:40; Kevin Cary, LV - 27:43; Jim Brandt, Capitol - 28:00; Gary Weller, LV- 28:05; Kevin Clarkson, LV - 28:13; Chuck Fitz, Capitol - 28:29; George Keyes, LV - 28:54; Horace Jones, Capitol - 29:26; Bob Seiko, LV - 29:27; Jim Davis, LV - 29:54; Bob Boeshore, Capitol - 30:09; John Schwanger, Capitol - 30:20. INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL: Intramural basketball will be starting in the Winter term. Teaii rosters are available in the Recreation-Athletics Building and may be picked up any time after December 2nd. Registration fee will be $10.00 per team, no refund!! FENCING CLUB: A group from the fencing club recently made a trip to York to expand the knowledge of the different forms of fencing. At the invitation of the York fencing club w...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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^^fednesday NLgt Borvdiig 11-20-74 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

^^fednesday NLgt Borvdiig 11-20-74 Won Lost Percent Aver. Zero's 24 8 .750 722 Mainlaners 23 9 .719 703 IEEE Protons 21 11 .656 665 IEEE Neutrons 21 11 .656 669 Kozaks 19 13 .594 659 ITE 18 14 .563 663 The Bailers 16 16 .500 652 Hang Ten 16 16 .500 638 IEEE Electrons 13 19 .406 623 Lucky Strikes 12 20 .375 610 Straight Pins 5 27 .156 530 Emanon 0 8 .000 531 Hang Ten (4) IEEE Electrons (0) _ l<,r ,hn.?'" ', ***** ,„ IEEE Neutron* (4) ITE (0) ^ Z^T "" £5 Lucky Strikes (3) IEEE Protons (1) ceorMMimirii 25 Mainlaners (4) Emanon <0> Geor »" SChm '?^_, i^, ' 4W Zero's U> Straight Pins TO) ¦,-»« '« leamsanes TheBal.sU> KoiaMO) ^y^" \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\""\ - %& «6erU.Y mOMS ,EEE Neutrons . 5100 Men's Individual HiohAvEIL. Fred Kireta MS MEN Irlce^chner:::.:::.::.::::::::: m SSJ^S^ {« H.n,Ten.... ™mG"ne .M G«*9eSchmidt^....::::::::::: w MEEENeutrons "°' r» Connie Egenrieder 132 IEEE Neutrons 72V Kathie Perkins 129 A. Vuhas 124

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Capitol MP A's do field work [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

Capitol MP A's do field work The bridge between classroom theory and work day reality has never worn out from excess use. But the bridge is being crossed more often at Penn State-Capitol Campus. Eighteen full-time students in the Master of Public Administration Program do field work 15-20 hours per week with various organizations in the Harrisburg area. An MPA student is assigned to an agency or organization and works on a variety of professional-type problems facing the managers of that organization. A student is expected to attend management staff meetings and conferences as part of hisher learning experience. Allen Greenway, a graduate student from Marysville, Pa. is interested in hospital administration. Presently he is doing field work at Hershey Medical Center. Alison Dunlop, from Teaneck, New Jersey, has planned a career in city management and her field study will be with a town in New Jersey. Jon Larkin is interested in a city management career. As a field study, he ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Company to Convert Waste into Steam [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974

Company to Convert Waste into Steam The General Electric Company's Lynn (Mass.) River works will turn Greater Boston waste and refuse into steam energy. Expected to be in active operation in September, 1975, the system initially will consume 1,200 tons of municipal and industrial refuse daily. A long-term contract for a minimum of two billion pounds of steam energy yearly has been signed. This will be the first privately financed refuse-to-energy facility of its type in the country.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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