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HAIR DRYERS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
HAIR DRYERS While hair dryers are a popular and welcome gift item, few people are fully aware of what to look for and what to ask for when choosing one. Did you know, for example, that some have spray mist controls and some do not, that some have more power (measured in watts) than others, and that some feature more accessories than others? Here are some of the things to look for if you want to set the style in gift giving. Heed these hints and you'll have a better, faster way to dry, comb, brush, shape and style anyone's hair. To add body and bounce, the dryer should have a brush, which has contoured bristles to treat hair gently and, for shiny-looking hair, help distribute natural oils too. A drying comb should be designed to lift and separate hair so heat can reach the thickest, longest part and dry all ends uniformly. Also helping to make "high" fashion dry fashion should be a teasing comb with uniformly arranged long and short teeth to separate strands of hair for gentl...
AUDIENCE REACTION TO "JAMES CHERRY' [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
AUDIENCE REACTION TO "JAMES CHERRY' "Series of vignettes of the life of James Cherry depicting his destructive influence on others and eventually himself. — Lisa Dromgold "Absurd play - show American life." —Charles . Weyhenmeyer III "Lots of action to photograph. Incongruity of the situation is compounded by the audiences laughter at key sections."—Fred Prouser "My everyday experience at Capitol Campus, home-family. If the world was as close knit as [James Cherry's family] this world would be a better place. An experiment for drama at Capitol Campus."—Gary Macchioni "A lot of students put in a great deal of time to pull off this extraordinary play. It is typical of a healthy, unapathetical attitude propagated by motivated students involved with a true educational process. I hope this is the first of many such student activities. "—Russ Hogg
Ski Club Notebook [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
Ski Club Notebook PARTY CANCELLED Members with paid dues signed up for Jan. 2-3-4 Ski Trip to Killington, Vermont have been given an extension for the payment of their $25 deposit. All deposits for members and guest making the trip must be received at the latest by the last meeting of this term Dec. 12. The group leaving from Middletown to Killington will meet at the Student Center Jan. 2nd at 3:45 A.M. and depart promptly at 4:00 A.M. Watch this column for details on C.C.-Skis to Roundtop and the February weekend trip to the Poconos. That's all for now...See you apres ski!
'James Cherry' Successful (continued from pg. 1 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
'James Cherry' Successful (continued from pg. 1 James and Tunbunny seek out the first rate abortionist, Dirty Girtie (Helen Swift) who performs the successful abortion, but fails to bring the patient through alive. From this point on, the tragedies multiply like condors squabbling over pieces of carrion along the road of James Cherry's life. His roomate Charley is eaten by his pet pig, James' grandmother falls out of'the building while his mother is eaten by a horde of rats in their attic. To help him forget all his troubles, James looks to Dr. Erasmus Pygmy, (Henry Marquiss) who is of no help. - A touch of beauty was Jama* Cherry (left) trie* out lor his first acting job with Susquehana B. Hominy. added to the play by Nicotine Flight Path (Becky Rebok) whom these writers will never forget. She introduces him to his childhood sweetheart Mary Calliopie with whom he has a torrid love affair. In short, James said "Gentlement, I've been had. A lovemaking such as that was never...
An open letter to the C.C. Reader [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
An open letter to the C.C. Reader The following open letter is printed in an abridged form due to space limitations. THE EDITORS Your reporting of H. Hussaini's talk (Vol. IV, No. 8) is wrong-headed on several counts: 1. Concept of Journalism Implicitly, you subscribe to the theory that whatever occurs becomes a de facto "event", meriting full reportage if sufficiently sensational to be "newsworthy." No matter if it be obscenely vicious and distorted, the "event" must be delineated in full because this is the stuff of "objective" Journalism. In the instance before us, the Arab Information (euphemism for propaganda, financed by oil revenues) . Office gets free coverage (photographs and all) for a presentation replete with hatred and racism - and all because it is now enshrined in the "history" of Capitol Campus. This concept grants academic respectability to apologists for deliberate terror, sky-jacking and murder (note the latest atrocity aboard the commandeered British airl...
Married Student Group Sessions to be formed [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
Married Student Group Sessions to be formed The Counseling Center will be offering a Human Development Growth Group series of weekly sessions for married students and their spouses beginning Wednesday, January 15,1975 and lasting throughout the Winter Term. The sessions will begin at 7:30 p.m. and last until 9:30 p.m. each Wednesday. Enrollment in these sessions will be limited. If you and your spouse are interested in participating, please clip out the form below and return it to the Counseling Center, W117, during the day from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. Participants will be selected on a first come-first serve basis, so you are encouraged to get your form in early and to arrange for a pre-group interview with the Counseling staff. ¦ Name of Student I I Name of Spouse ¦ Address I ¦ Phone Number a | (hours when you J IjjajLj^akJ^iiBtajif fSeVMM ,..___BMH , j,^ ^ mm _ ^ _ J
A typical SGA meeting [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
A typical SGA meeting ANNOUNCEMENTS ¦ Tom McMillen (XGI President) : .talked about putting a banner of the Mittney Lion up in Vendorville. C.C. owns the banner. Dave Shrader said that Beta Chi, XGI, PSPE* and the Board of Governors have' already agreed to paiffl' a wall each in Vendorville. D. Shrader made a motion that these clubs be allowed to paint - a wall each on a priority system. To get a wall, each club would need to go thru the Physical Plant Committee for approval. Unanimous approval. PARKING PROPOSAL Mike McAllister diseased 4he proposal that he and Russ Hogg wrote up. It suggested that an alternative sticker be offered to those' students who wish to use the parking facilities at the ^ athletic fields, the athletic building and the Placement Center. The sticker would cost $1.00 and would be in effect after 3PM on weekdays and from 3PM Friday till 9AM Monday. The alternative sticker would be available to commuters who do not otherwise register their cars and to res...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 6 December 1974
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THE BEATLES [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
THE BEATLES Although they are no more ...they live forever in THE BEATLES: AWAY WITH WORDS Finally, after years of experimentation in the media and entertainment industry, a breakthrough that can truly be called a breakthrough has emerged. The discovery is Multi-Media, and it has emerged in the form of "THE BEATLES: AWAY WITH WORDS". If you only go to see the technological triumphs and have no interest in the aesthetic, nostalgic, or musical value of the show, by all means go; for you will behold something you've never before imagined. Not a crude attempt at Multi-Media, but Multi-Media itself. Twentysix projectors, thousands of feet of film, and a 360 degree sound system, all tied into a computer, and all aimed right at your soul. Producer Earl Jarred, who has won acclaim internationally for his feats in the entertainment world, says "trying to describe this show is like trying to describe music to someone who has never before heard it." Chris Marshall, National Promotion...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
Atl organizations are reminded that information for the January 1975 Activities Calender should be turned In to Jacque Miller in Student Affairs by Friday, December 13th. Also, the SGA would appreciate each organizational president's class schedule for the winter term. The schedules can be left in the SGA mailbox inW-110
NYC needs College Interns [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
NYC needs College Interns Tn-County Neighborhood Youth Corps, located at 2257 Herr St. Harrisburg is a Federal non-profit agency and is looking for College Interns interested in social service work. Under a new Federal program, the Tri-County Neighborhood Youth Corps will hire 15 students to work a maximum of 360 hours through May 31,1975 at the rate of $2.50 an hour. Students accepted for this unique program must be full time college students in good standing, must also be permanent year round residents of Dauphin, Perry or Cumberland County and must be 22 years of age of less as of May 31st. The person to contact for information about this special program is Sue Levinson and she can be reached by phone at 233-1084. If eligible, the student sells his services as a volunteer to a local agency that deals with social services. Hopefully, an agency can be selected which will enable the student to gain experience in their chosen field of major study. Emphasis is placed on the st...
Mr. Paul strikes again! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
Mr. Paul strikes again! by Phil Zimmerman This has got to be the last straw. Mr. Paul has abused his authority once to often. This last incident is inexcusable. What happened you ask-Mr. Paul sneezed while walking past two students the other day, and at least six witnesses will swear that he tried to assault one of the students. Absurd you say, not so on this campus. Mr. Paul's reputation will always overshadow any good deed he could ever possibly think of doing. The first thing we hear upon arriving at Capitol Campus is that we have a security officer that is out to get us. So to be on the defensive we always avoid him and believe everything we hear about him. Usually the rumors are stretched so far out of proportion that no one knows the difference between fact and propaganda. So we continue to gossip and retell the same stories over and over, and each time they get better. Last year a group of "concerned students" had a Student Committee on Security Matters formed. I was ...
New Ministry Begun on Campus [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
New Ministry Begun on Campus sdi Father John P. O'Connor a Jesuit Priest, is the University's first on campus chaplain. Father O'Connor works out of the Counseling Center, and is on the campus every Tuesday and Friday from 10 A.M. until 2 P.M. and is also available for counseling by appointment. He also celebrates Mass every Sunday at 1 P.M. in the Student Center. Father O'Connor is here to serve, in any way he can, the faculty, staff, and students of Penn State Capitol Campus.
The new Patriotism: A thought based on observation [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
The new Patriotism: A thought based on observation by P.R.J. SMITH I will be tossing the word 'patriotism' around rather loosely here, so I would like to start out by explaining what the word means in my usage: patriotism is a mind set that is centered on a location or institution that has a significant role in the life of a person; so significant a role, that it inspires devotion to that location or institution in that person. The patriot will be "true" to that for which he has patriotism. The old patriotism was a fundamental patriotism; a natural or rural patriotism. The people were products of the land they were born to, and they had a very special feeling for this land. After awhile, when organized governments became more centralized, this feeling grew to a national patriotism (I am not speaking of nationalism - that's another thing entirely). This, too has given way to a larger role-playing institution as the object for patriotism: money. The new patriotism is an economic...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
/ISSi 1*1 fwtS^S^ II lA£«&y|/ The Capitol Campus Reader The C. C. Reader is published by the students of the Pennsylvania State University at Capitol Campus, Middletown, Pa., and 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 Dept 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 Jim Ferrier Faculty Advisor Dr. Betty Thorne "^Bj^Bj^BjB^...