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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

^^^^^^KXmt^L Look in the cockpit of a Navy jet and you'll see something you wouldn't have seen a few years ago. Two Seats Today's planes are fast—and too sophisticated for one person to handle by himself. So the Naval Flight Officer runs the weapons systems, the computers and the advanced electronics. He's a navigator, radar operator, sub hunter, target tracker. He tells the pilot what to do and when. And he wears the wings of Naval Aviation. If you're a college graduate in good physical condition (vision correctable to 20/20), with an aptitude for math and an attitude for adventure, you should look into the Naval Flight Officer Program. U.S. citizens only. THE NAVAL FLIGHT OFFICER... HE DOESNT FLY THE PLANE, HE RUNS IT! Call or Send Resume to: NAVAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS 310 N. Second St. I Harrisburg, PA 17101-1304 800-692-7818, 8 AM to 3 PM I NAVY OFFICERS GET RESPONSIBILITY FAST I

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Students ignore campus escort services [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

Students ignore campus escort services By Jen Dell'Alba In the spring of 1980, a sophomore woman was raped near Oregon State University's Kerr Library. The next day, 20 Finley Hall volunteers organized an escort service to help women make it across campus safely. At Capitol . Campus, however, there has been a successful escort service for the past two years, according to Police Supervisor Charles Alesky at Capitol Campus. The service is free to Capitol Campus students as it "helps to deter molesters," stated Alesky. In contrast, the service at Oregon State University is gone. Few people know it ever existed. About 30 miles north, the University of Oregon female students, outraged and frightened by a rape on the campus last October, will launch their new escort service in a week or two. The object, explains Laura Romano of Oregon's Women's Referral and Resource Service, is to make female escorts available and, of course, to prevent future sexual assaults. "Capitol Campus crea...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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EKG, TB tests given [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

EKG, TB tests given continued from pg. 1 Epileptic Society, Open Door for the Handicapped. In a seperate room, special testing included hearing, glaucoma and anemia, as well as EKG testing for heart problems. "The testing went well... We did more screening this year than in the past," said Kresge. According to Kresge, testing totaled 202 sugar screenings, 300 dental examinations, 139 EKG tests, 230 blood pressure checks and 140 fingerprinting and photographs done by the Campus Police Services. Free TB tests were given by the Lung Association, which Kresge noted as a great opportunity for campus students, since students must pay $1 to have the test done at Capitol. The cost of this event totaled approximately $300, according to Health Services. The money was taken from the Health Service budget. The costs covered expenses for balloons and hellium, coffee and donuts for the participants, and the printing involved in promoting the event. Kresge added, "We cut our costs by doing...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Students drive for scholarships [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

Students drive for scholarships Briefs The "Open Competition"in the 1985 National Collegiate Driving Championships sponsored by the Dodge division of Chrysler Corporation begins this month in three locations in Florida and Texas. The Championships, supported by the National Highway Traffic Administration and the National Safety Council, promotes safe driving habits in young drivers. Students are challenged to drive a serpentine rally-type course marked by pylons. They are scored by clocking the time it takes them to drive the course, adding one second for each pylon knocked down. At the end of each week, the student with the best driving time qualifies to compete against campus winners in the Grand Finals set for Daytona International Speedway April 15. Each "Open Cometition" and campus winner receives an all-expense-paid trip to the Grand Finals to compete for $10,000 in scholarships; a year's use of one of three Dodge Daytona Turbos, the official sports car of the 1985 pro...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Guitar summer workshops [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

Guitar summer workshops The National Guitar Summer Workshop gives students the opportunity to spend a week or two in a community that shares their love for music and the guitar. Intermediate and advanced guitarists are offered courses in: rock, classical, jazz, fingerpicking, bluegrass and bass. In addition, classesin songwriting, improvisation, theory, sight reading, recording techniques, arranging and composition are given daily. For brochures or more information about any of the programs, please contact: Mr. David Smolover, Director, NGSW, Box 222, Lakeside, CT., 06758 or (203) 567-8529.

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Measles immunization program [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

Measles immunization program OTTheue .have been outbreaks of measles in several coll eges throughout the east coast resulting in 3 deaths. In addition, many students have been forced to miss large numbers of classes. The Pennsylvania Department of Health recommends that anyone who has never had the vaccine, recieved the vaccine prior to one year of age, recieved the vaccine prior to 1969, or has no seriological proof of having contracted measles, be vaccinated with the live vaccine. The vaccine which covers measles, mumps, and rubella, will be given free of charge in the B.C.A.C., W-132, Olmsted Building April 10, 1985 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. If you or any of your dependents would like to recieve the vaccine, please contact the nurse in W-102 before April 8, 1985.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Financial Aid Applications [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

Financial Aid Applications Penn State Financial Aid applications for the Summer 85 session are currently availible in the Financial Aid Office. These forms are to be used in applying for full-time College Work Study and the National Direct Student Loan programs. The filing deadline is April 12, 1985. Summer PHEAA Grant applications will not be availible until mid-June. For Further information on aid for Summer 85, contact the Financial Aid Office.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

To the Editor: In light of the recent uproar surrounding the showing of the x-rated movie "Debbie Does Dallas," I find it quite ironic to see the new campus bookstore selling copies of magazines such as Playboy, Playgirl, and Penthouse. Many people these "pornographic" magazines to bt sexist and indecent. Upon questioning several people in the administration on how these magazines were selected for sale, I was told a survey of students was conducted last year to see what magazines should be sold in the new bookstore. The results indicated the above mentioned magazines were desired by students. When S.U.B.O.G. conducted a survey of the same student body last year to see what movies should be shown on campus, the results overwhelmingly favored x-rated movies. The bookstore sells these magazines with the intention of making a profit. S.U.B.O.G. showed "Debbie Does Dallas" at a financial loss with no intentions of making a profit. Why is it acceptable for the administration to res...

Publication Title: Capitol Times
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Essay Contest [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

Essay Contest A national essay contest offering a $10,000 scholarship and three $2,500 honorable mentions, based on the theme 'You Can Save Your country', has been announced by the Institue of Financial Education. Essays are limited to 1,500 words. They will be judged on the basis of documentation, originality, clarity, logic and persuasiveness in their presentation of how federal defecit spending affects the country's and the writer's future. Entries must be postmarked no later than April 23, 1985 and recieved no later than the close of business April 29, 1985. Essays should be sent to 'You Can Save Your Country" national essay contest, Institute of Financial Education, 111 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, II 60601. The essays must be typed, double spaced on plain white letter-size (8-'/2xll) paper and include the home address of the school. The writer's name must appear on each page of the essay.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

Capitol Times Thursday, March 28,1985 Vol. 19, No. 12 Published by the students of Penn State's Capitol Campus, Middletown, PA 17057 The Capitol Times welcomes letters from readers. Letters intended for publication must be signed by the author and indicate his/her club or organization affiliation, if any. The Capitol Times reserves the right to edit or reject letters at its discretion. Letters published do not necessarily reflect the views of this newspaper or its staff. Lisa Mauss ....Editor-in-chief Carman Amerson Managing Editor Contributing Staff Dave Donlin News Editor Cathy Shaak Advertising Mar. . , _ i-# * v~.tr n..«!„„„ M„, Annette Childs Jeff Keck Business Mgr. , .. n „,,.. . „. , . . _ . " Jennette Dell'Alba Jan Shatzer Asst. Business Mgr. Maria Kent Gulnar Manji Sales Rep. stacy Krnjaic Mike Dudek Graphic Artist Joseph Michalsky Liz Roberts Adv. Graphics Melanie Miller Bob Price Photographer Ken Stiggers Neil Myers Contributing Editor Tony Perry Contributing Editor Don...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

%A# |JMI March 21,1985 Top 10 Singles 1) Obsession-Animotion 2) I Drink Alone-George Thorogood and the Destroyers 3) Rock&Roll Girls-John Fogerty 4) Relax-Frankie Goes to Hollywood 5) One More Night-Phil Collins 6) Only The Young-Journey 7) I'm On Fire-Bruce Springsteen 8) Somebody-Bryan Adams 9) Beat of a Heart-Scandal 10) Can't Fight This Feelin'-Reo Speedwagon Request line - 944-9832

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U-Park plans FM transmitter here [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

U-Park plans FM transmitter here By Stacy Krnjaic WNDR's move to an FM frequency is no longer talk but now under "serious consideration" according to a WNDR official. Don Strausburger, creative consultant and former program director of WNDR, would like to see the station moved to FM. "It's been talked about for years, but we've just now hit a time that everyone's interested in it at the same time." Strausburger does not see the change being as close as next semester. "In my estimation, the "It would give us the advantage of attracting media students and exposing Penn State Capitol Campus to a larger number of people." Jerry Slezak Station Manager possibilities are slim to none." He feels that there are no frequencies available on the educational FM band. The Faculty advisor and the chief engineer at WPSU, (University Park's radio station) who are consulting with WNDR on'their move to FM, will be conducting a "spectrum search" in our area. A spectrum search is basically sea...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
CROSS WORD PUZZLE [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

CROSS WORD PUZZLE FROM COLLEGE PRESS SERVICE ACROSS 1Tap 4 Toss 8 Greenland settlement 12 Beverage 13 City in Russia 14 Isinglass 15 Lair 16 Bandages 18 Chastise 20 River in Asia DOWN 1 Cushions 2 Fish sauce 3 Choir voices 4 Contain 5 Swiss canton 6 Recover 7 South American animal 8 Precious stone 9 Metal 10 Perform 11 Possesses 17 Greek letter 19 French article 22 Large tub 24 Beholdl 2 ' 5 Mix 26 Mountain on Crete 27 Chapeaus 21 Again: prefix 22 By way of 23 In addition 27 Towel inscription 29 Pale 30 Narrow openings 31 Forenoon 32 Follows Fri. 33 Brick-carrying device 28 Mohammedan prayer leader 29 Existed 30 Offspring 32 Particular 33 Torrid 36 Coroner: abbr. 37 Introduce . 38 Wandering 40 Poker stakes 41 Babylonian deity 43 Article 44 Former Russian ruler 45 Woody plant 46 Sow 47 Algonquian Indian 48 In favor of 49 Spanish for "river" 50 Inlet ; 34 island: abbr. 35 Pounds down 37 Electrified particle 38 Baseball stat. 39 Pintail duck 40 Pismire 41 Teutonic deity 42 ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

$12 $12 HAVE AN URGENT NEED FOR CASH? ...Well, we have an urgent need for you! If you have never been a donor with us, bring in this coupon and receive an extra $5 on your first donation, for a total of $12. Not bad - helping yourself while helping modern medicine! But hurry, offer expires April 26. B^C SERA-TIC BIOLOGICALS 260 Relly Street $12 Phone: 232-1901 $12

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Thorogood album 'fun' [Newspaper Article] — Capitol Times — 28 March 1985

Thorogood album 'fun' By Jerry Slezak Fun and fast. No, I'm not describing a girl I know, but those words definitely describe George Thdrogood's newest LP, "Maverick." Thorogood and The Destroyers self-proclaimed "traditional rock" sound continues " where his last album, "Bad to the Bone," left off. The band covers tunes written by Chuck Berry, John Lee Hooker, Carl Perkins and includes four tunes penned by Thorogood. Surprisingly, the songs written by George are the real strength of "Maverick." "Gearjammer," the first single, is a no-muss-no-fuss rock n' roll ride. "I Drink Alone" has some great lyrical content with a beat that gets you moving. "Long Gone" shows George's talent on slide guitar and "Woman with the Blues" has the slow rhythym of your "Sing Your Problems" blues tune. The cover versions on this album work well because they are not lifeless imitations of the originals. Thorogood and The Destroyers version of Chuck Berry's "(Lets) Go Go Go" has even more verve an...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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