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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
&** ^*« 70iU fait One ^f atd7 Your time is valuable. You can make it more valuable by studying in a doner chair at Sera-Tec. The 90 minutes you spend at your dorm or apartment could be spent making a donation of plasma that can earn from $60 to $220 per month. The contour chairs are comfortable, the lighting is excellent, the "work" is effortless and the lives you save are irreplacable. WON'T YOU LEND an ARM? For Details Call: 232-1901 Hours: Mon.-Thur. 9am — 6pm Fri. Sam — 3pm H ota Sera-Teclleleilcals ^ ^ ^I^M 260 STREET ^^^^^ • HARRISBURG, PA. 17102 PLASMA FRACTIONS FOR QUALITY BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS I SW IH I I I I | REILY I I ¦ vH ^mmmmmmma^mmmmmmmmam .
E% [%fioD 0 S>^mm [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
E% [%fioD 0 S>^mm ask me when I am. a purpose without need or direction. kissing the stars with my feet on the ground. understand what's inside -- in the blink of an eye. perceiving you, absorbing all its entities... if you're chasing endless winds, you have some kind of memory. remember what the super man said? feed your head! rambling is for free just filler-up its so easy a one and a two and a three... why? because —. Gary B. Macchioni
Sitting, breathing [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
Sitting, breathing Sitting in the land of the midnight sun Breathing in the air breathed by everyone Thinking of my life in the shadow of the gun Knowing that I live just to have some fun Butj listen, I hear the sound never heard Look, I see events never stirred And still, I believe this life has occurred Running in this place of the endless night Looking for ways to see a little light Finding that I may just have to fight Fearing to lose is my deepest plight But, listen, I hear the sound never heard, Look, I see, events never stirred, And I still believe our lives have occurred. -Romeo Trajanus
Festive Fare: Eggnog, Hot Toddy [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
Festive Fare: Eggnog, Hot Toddy tsp. of sugar, or maple syrup tsp. of butter 3 or 4 cloves Leaving spoon in mug, or glass, fill with boiling water. Stir with spoon, and allow to steep for a few moments. Classic Eggnog Beat separately yolks and whites of 6 eggs. Add 1/2 cup sugar to yolks. Beat whites very stiff, add 1/2 cup sugar. Mix whites with yolks. Stir In pint cream, pint milk. Add pint Four Roses, 1 oz. Myers Jamaica Rum. Stir thoroughly. Serve cold with grated nutmeg. Makes five pints, or 20 4 oz. servings. Hot Toddy Dissolve a lump of sugar with a splash of hot water in a 6 oz. mug. Add lemon slice studded with 2 cloves, cinnamon stick, 2 oz. 7 Crown. Fill with steaming hot water. Hot Buttered Rum Jamaica Into a mug or thick tall glass, pour: 1V4 oz. Myers' Jamaica Rum dash of Angostura bitters
Rec/Ath Information [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
Rec/Ath Information WRESTLING: Although the IM wrestling program will continue, it looks as though the 6 matches scheduled during the winter term will be cancelled due to lack of interest. Those matches are Schuylkill Campus, Jan. 18; Mt. Alto Campus, Jan. 22; Lehigh Co. Comm. College, Jan. 24; York Campus, Feb. 1; Ogontz Campus, Feb. 8; and Hazelton Campus, Feb. 12. It is still not too late to put the wrestling team together—if you are interested, call the Recreation-Athletics Building, 787-7751. TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT: The Capitol Campus Table Tennis Tournament will be held during the week of January 13th. This tournament is limited to full time undergraduate students ONLY, because the winners will represent Capitol in the Regional Association of College Union Tournament which will be held at West Virginia University, January 31, February 1 and 2, 1975. Registration for the tournament is going on now and will end January 10th. Call the Rec-Ath Building, 787-7751. INTRAM...
Wadnesday Ng* Bovdirg BOWLING 12-4-74 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
Wadnesday Ng* Bovdirg BOWLING 12-4-74 Won Lost Percent G.B. Aver. Zero's 31 9 .775 21,882 729 Mainlaners 29% 10% .738 21,271 707 IEEE Protons 28 12 .700 20,261 672 IEEE Neutrons 25 15 .625 20,007 669 Kozaks 24 16 .600 19,704 656 1TE • 19% 20% .488 19,740 657 Hang Ten 18 22 .450 19,355 639 IEEE Electrons 17 23 .425 18,687 620 Lucky Strikes 17 23 .425 18,661 618 The Bailers 17 23 .425 19,445 649 Emanon 4 12 .250 6,744 544 Straight Pins 6 34 .139 14,484 569 11 25-74 IEEE Protons (4) IEEE Electrons (0) Team Game Mainlaners (3) ITE (1) Zero's 803,793 Kozaks (3) Hang Tend) Mainlaners 787,772 IEEE Neutrons (4) Straight Pins (0) IEEE Protons 753 Lucky Strikes (3) The Bailers (1) Team Series Zero's (3) Emanon (1) Zero's 2236,2225 Mainlaners 2204,2149 12 4 74 IEEE Electrons 2146 Emanon (3) Straight Pins (1) Women's Individuals Kozaks (2) Lucky Strikes (2) c. Egenreider 162 Zero's (4) ITE(0) AYuhas 160 The Bailers (0) IEEE Electrons (4) A.Campbell 157 IEEE Neutrons (0) Mainlaners (4) W...
BASKETBALL [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
BASKETBALL with Bud Smitley The Capitol Campus opened the 1974-1975 basketball season with an impressive 79-66 win over Lancaster Bible College. The local favorites opened up a large 20-6 first half lead and then coasted to a relatively easy win. The big scorers for Capitol were JOE GRANT & JIM BAKER with 30 and 29 points, respectively. Other scorers for Capitol were RODNEY METZGER 8; JIM SHOENBERGER 6; BOB GARMAN 4; and STEVE DeFRANK 2. Lancaster Bible's scoring was paced by Long and Davis with 22 and 16 points, respectively. The Capitol dribblers kept their winning ways going as they trounced the Messiah JV's 95 to 83, as coach Al Williams unloaded the bench with 3 minutes remaining which helped keep the score respectable. This was probably the best shooting night Capitol has ever had as they hit for 40 of 61 field goals attempted for an excellent 65 percent of their shots. Once again the Capitol "FIVE" were paced by their scoring "twins" JOE GRANT & JIM ...
Soccer Season Coach's roundup Inama M^ arrtrlorl in a final I ( #5) eroded to a final [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
Soccer Season Coach's roundup Inama M^\ arrtrlorl in a final I ( #5) eroded to a final by Prof. Ed. Trunk The fall 1974 season netted Capitol another notch on the Lion's soccer paw. Progress was evident in the 9 game season by the status of the schools we took on; (Spring Garden, F&M, PSU Internationals) and by the potential talent of a basically new soccer squad. This potential did not mature until the season was wll underway. By season's end, the team displayed excellent ball control and team work. The players had found their optimum combination and learned the style of their teammates. The campus has now the best soccer talent since its first squad two years ago. It is also the largest squad. The possibilities for attracting a high level of competition to this campus is greater than ever. We have already received offers to enter leagues and varsity status. Unfortunately, most of the student body and almost all of the faculty /staff are unaware of this positive f...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
I The Graduate Assistants of the | Community Psychology Program I will be collecting non-perishable | foodstuffs (canned goods, dry goods, I etc.) for Christmas Food Baskets to J I be distributed to needy families in 5 the Middletown-Harrisburg Area. | If you want to donate something § for this cause, bring rt to | I W-138, The Collection Center. I X < uaTj»ai»iiTiii«Tiai'»iir'ti"ir, rrr'i"-'',, ""', "', '*, "-' ,,:,, *"i ""'t ""' ' ''' '" J^1
Study patterns studied [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
Study patterns studied Storrs, Conn.-(I.P.)-Average college students log more study time than both their highranking and low-ranking classmates. Evidence of this study pattern has been presented in a report, authored by a University of Connecticut social scientist and colleagues at two other universities. They also reported that high school rank was the best predictor of grade - point - averages of college students. Authors of the study are: Dr. George J. Allen of the University of Connecticut, James J. Hinrichsen of Vanderbilt University, and Dr. Wayne J. Lerner of the University of Michigan. Dr. Allen observed that training in behavioral techniques involving study habits and relaxation have led to grade improvement equal to one-half grade point. This ,£ouldniean nns^ a "B-," a "B+" to an "A-," etc. These behavioral techniques also are associated with less time spent studying, he added. "During the first-half of the semester, students in the three groups averaged 212minutes...
PSU junior building new kind of bike [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
PSU junior building new kind of bike University Park, Pa.,— Is a bicycle that has the strength of steel and the weight of cardboard an impossible dream? "No," says Carl M. Sara, of North Olmsted, Ohio, a junior in mechanical engineering at The Pennsylvania State University who has devised a vehicle which might lead to such a bike. He got the idea for designing a "bike of the future" while working at Union Carbide Corp. last summer, and his efforts were noted this fall at a Union Carbide conference in Boca Raton, Fla., where educational and corporate personnel discussed the training and utilization of young engineers. "I started putting the bike together in my spare time," explains Sara, who structures the frame of the vehicle from a Union Carbide experimental material. The composite material consists of an epoxy resin as matrix, reinforced with a graphite fiber called THORNEL, a trademark of Union Carbide Corp. Although it is a plastic, its properties are quite different f...
Hiring practices criticized [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
Hiring practices criticized Washington, D.C.-d.P.)- Sidney Hook, president of the John Dewey Foundation, and an emeritus professor of philosophy at New York University, has criticized federaHy required hiring goals in universities as "inherently divisive, unjust, and undemocratic." In testimony submitted to the Sepcial Subcommittee on Education of the U.S. House Committee on Education and Labor, Hook said numerical goals are nothing more than quotas which "destroy the quest for excellence and open the door to mediocrity." They are "injurious to students, educational institutions, and, in the long run, to the public good," he emphasized. This requirement "gives rise to the impression that even when inequalities and inequities in hiring practices, salaries, leaves, promotions, and tenure have been abolished, members of minority groups and women cannot make it on their own. "It ultimately will be harmful to the professional dignity and integrity of all teachers. It tends to deb...
Students learn firsthand about hazards of mining [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
Students learn firsthand about hazards of mining BARBOURVILLE, Ky. Slouched down with knees folded nose high, a group of adventurous explorers peered out the sides of their small red metal cars as they entered the mountain's side. Descending, first slowly then quickly, they were swallowed in darkness. Soon a world unknown was unveiled before them-the 40" high world of the deep coal miner. Taking the trip were students in the Appalachian Semester, accompanied by their supervisor, Julian D. Mosley. The Appalachian Semester is a unique regional studies program conducted by Union College in Barbourville, Kentucky. Conducting the tour were mine superintendents and workmen, illustrating the use of their machinery and tools of trade. With backs turned against the dust covered coal seams, the students observed the daily operation of coal production from rock bed to coal transporter. College and Howard Looney from Guilford College decided to help start a newspaper in Manchester, Kent...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 13 December 1974
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