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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^/^^ \ i HOTLION ^ ^~^ > f* ^^ | ! The Hot Lion is a weekly newsletter published to keep the \ j Capitol Campus community informed of all activities on, or j » concerned with, the Campus. Everyone should please feel i ! free to use this service by obtaining the entry cards in the | ! Student Affairs Office (W105)/ filling them out and leaving j ; them there. Deadline is Friday, Noon, week prior to date of i publication. > I JANUARY 17-25 i [ Jan. 17 - Foreign Film Series- "World of Jan. 21 - "Jaime Brockett In Concert" - ( ! APU"-6:30 PM, Auditorium - FREE. sponsored by Social Committee & friends - i i Jan. 17 - "Kuumba Weusi Troup" of 8:00 PM - Student Center - Admission - i i Brooklyn, N.Y., presented by BSU & Students $2. j 1 Cultural Committee - Free Student Center Jan. 21 - XGI Meeting - Tilton Hilton - 9 PM. j [ - 7 PM. Jan. 22 - Chess Club, Gallery Lounge - NOON. j i Jan. 17 - HACC - Movie- Mad Woman or Jan. 22 - Basketball - Capitol...
S.G.A. NEWS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
S.G.A. NEWS MINUTES FROM S.G.A. MEETING-JAN. 9,1975 I. Called to order-7 PM II. Attendance was taken and proxies were received for the following members: Joy Raytik, Steve DeFrank, Scott Deardoff, Dave Shrader Provost McDermott and Terry Wimmer representing the Alumni Association were also present. Brian English also attended along with Bob Thompson. III. Announcements IV. Old Business A. Dave Nicholas presented a revised grievance procedure proposal. A motion was made by Jon Wren to approve the proposal. It was passed unanimously. Dave Nicholas will present the proposal at the next Academic Affairs meeting.. B. Social Committee Chairman Dave Nicholas reported that there will be something happening at the campus every Tuesday night during the Winter. He memtioned the fact that any organization that wants to put on some type of activity and needs money should contact him and something can be worked out. C. Mike McAllister reported on the book exchange, it will probably last a...
sssssIDapEs Ctoffgrass [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
sssssIDapEs Ctoffgrass M:i*± F» JWHeWnSfli a h r^?»*^**¦**+++++++++•*• George Harrison In Concert And On Vinyl It was the year of the Resurrection. Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, and Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, all super personalities and influences in the rock of the last decade returned to the scene and once again set the world of rock on its collective ear. With only a few weeks remaining to its existence, 1974 had one last coup d'grace left up its sleeve. That was the return of ex-Beatle George Harrison to the forefront of rock after a hermitage of a year-and-a-half. In the last two months of the year, Harrison embarked on a 50-concert tour of the U.S.and Canada, and released, early in December, his third post-Beatle solo LP, Dark Horse. THE CONCERT The Spectrum, Philadelphia December 17,1974,10:00 For weeks before the concert date in Philadelphia, the magazines (like Rolling Stone and Zoo World) were full of foreboding. They said George was arrogant to his audience...
Dark Hoarse [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
Dark Hoarse Continued from page four numbers,mainly just to give George a rest. Still, he had livened up the audience more than Harrison had before him. Now the whole gig was his show. He took advantage of George's performance up to now as sort of a warm-up and extended it all into an explosive performance that got the whole place rocking. Billy got everyone down on the floor, on their feet and in the aisles with some long, really fine versions of "Outta-Space" and "Nothin' from Nothin' " before George returned in the best version of his current single "Dark Horse" I have ever heard. It was probably George's best single performance of the night as he managed to lose none of the energy Billy had created. After this, Billy and George both joined together in the fanale, "Will It Go Round in Circles," which really brought the audience to its feet. The band slipped off the stage to frenzied cheers and applause which continued unabated until they returned more than five minutes late...
DAVID LIVE [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
DAVID LIVE David Bowie at the Tower • Philadelphia RCA CPL2-0771 Gee, who ever would have thought an English faggot could turn out such good music? No, wait...that's a cheap way to get into an album review; we've all known for many years that the English can make just as good music as Americans can. It is hard to believe David Bowie has been part of the United States' pop scene for a good three years. Seems like only yesterday the rock mags were filled with articles about this weird musician whose personal phobias and abnormal sex life appealed to the kinkiness in us all. But the thing is, beneath all the hype and P.R., there was some damn good music. Albums Ike Ziggy Stardust and Hunky Dory contained some mighty fine - though perhaps overproduced - tracks. At a time when rock was stagnant at least one artist seemed to be moving. A few critics, with thinking perhaps more wishful than rational, proclaimed Bowie the leader of a new wave in music. It doesnt seem to be panning out...
ICareer Specialist Named Here [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
ICareer Specialist Named Here # The start of the Winter ^r Term brings two "new" # staff members to the Divi-« sion of Student Affairs. | £ Peggy O'Hara joins the ^ staff of the Placement # Center as a specialist in 4fr Career Planning and Place-^frment. " Peg O'Hara, new uareer opeciansi •Jf Counselor at Capitol. C For the part two years, | £ Ms. O'Hara has been finan-# cial aid counselor at the # Campus. Previously she •jf served as Director of Fi nancial Aid and Career Planning at Chatham College in Pittsburgh and as Assistant Executive Director of the Girl Scout Councils of Bergen County, New Jersey and Dayton, Ohio. In her new position Ms. O'Hara will provide employment and career counseling to graduate and undergraduate students. She will concentrate on working with students in Education, Humanities and Social Science. As part of her new duties, Ms. O'Hara will work with potential employers of gratuates from these three programs. She will be developing contacts with ...
Sex bigot evicted [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
Sex bigot evicted JERSEY CITY, N.J. EARTH NEWS —A student at Jersey City State College has been formally evicted from her dormitory room because she objected to her roommate's sexual habits. Teresa Fernandez, a first year student at the college, received a formal courtorder eviction notice at the request of college officials who claimed she "continually harassed" her roommate. The two women had been sharing a room since September and reportedly had not been getting along for most of that time. The breaking point came when Ms. Fernandez and several friends entered the room and discovered the roommate making love with her boyfriend. Instead of unobtrusively leaving, "they just stood there pointing their fingers and calling names while the poor guy who was in bed didn't know what to do," according to a dormitory supervisor. Officials of the college explain that when two roommates don't get along, the one with less seniority is moved into a different room. Since Ms. Fernandez —l...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
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More efficient terrorism through Photography [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
More efficient terrorism through Photography Letterbombs, one of the more recent advances in terrorist tactics have reaped the benefits of Poloroid's new SX-70 photography system, according to the "Scenes" column of a recent Village Voice. It seems that the battery packaged with each film pack is light and wafer thin, thus making it the perfect power source for these exploding postal devices. Poloroid's slogan, "The smile saver" just doesn't seem to fit in this application of the new technology to instant photography.
Basketball Schedule [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
Basketball Schedule DATE OPPONENT PLACE OF CONTEST TIME Jan. 20- Stevens Trade School, Lancaster, Pa. 7:00 pm Jan. 22 - Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pa. 6:00 pm Jan. 25 - Spring Garden College, Chestnut Hill, Pa. 8:00 pm Jan. 29- Lancaster Bible Coll., Lancaster, Pa. 7:00 pm Feb. 4 Shenandoah College, CAPITOL CAMPUS 7:30 pm Feb. 7 Schuylkill Campus (PSU), CAPITOL CAMPUS 7:30 pm Feb. 10-Mont Alto Campus (PSU), Mont Alto, Pa. 7:00 pm Feb. 11 Lackawanna Jr. College, CAPITOL CAMPUS 7:30pm Feb. 13 Stevens Trade School, CAPITOL CAMPUS 7:30 pm Feb. 18 Spring Garden College, CAPITOL CAMPUS 8:00 pm Feb. 21 Delaware Campus (PSU), CAPITOL CAMPUS 8:00 pm Feb. 26 - Wilmington College, New Castle, Del. 8:00 pm
Wxtesday N&t Bovdiig [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
Wxtesday N&t Bovdiig FALL TERM FINAL STANDINGS Regular Season Win Lost Percent +Zero's 35 9 .795 + IEEE Protons 32 12 .727 +Mainlaners 29'/2 . W/z .670 + IEEE Neutrons 29 15 .659 Kozaks 28 16 .636 ITE 23>/2 20% .534 Hang Ten 20 24 .455 Lucky Strikes 19 25 .432 IEEE Electrons 17 27 .386 The Bailers 17 27 .386 Emanon 4 16 .200 StraightPins 6 38 .136 +Play-off Teams HIGH TEAM Single Game 3 Games + Tom AAinninger 226 Zero's 2343, 2300, 2246, Keith Lickhart 216 2236, 2225, 2179, 2168 Rick Barrett 215 Mainlaners 2204, 2192 IEEE Neutrons 2151 Andrea Yuhas 170 Team Game Kathie Perkins 166,164 Zero's 849,810,810, f Connie Egenreider 162 Hang Ten 823 H1GH AVERAGE Mainlaners 800 +johnSchrum 158.42 HIGH INDIVIDUAL chuck A,eese 158.3o 3 - Games George Schmidt 156 John Schrum 574 + Chuck Aleese 539 + Kathie perkins 128 Gary Bloom 537 Mary Jane Tracy 110 Kathie Perkins 458,422 + Andrea Yuhas 421 -(-Indicates Trophy Winners Jean Egenreider 420 FALL TERM CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES ...
STATE DEPT. OFFICIAL TO SPEAK [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
STATE DEPT. OFFICIAL TO SPEAK "Detente!?" Will be the subject for discussion with Dr. Herbert J. Spiro, author of numberous books and member of the Planning and Coordination Staff of the U.S.Department of State, Thursday, Jan.23, 1:40 - 2:40 PM in the auditorium. The International Studies Program and American Studies 475 are sponsoring this program to help launch the "Great Decisions 1975" program of the Harrisburg Chapter of the Foreign Policy Association. All are welcome. Thursday evening, Dr. Spiro will address the FPAs kick-off dinner at Schindler's Restaurant on the U.S. Policy of Interdependence. Visitors are welcome at the dinner at 6:45 PM (reservations required - call Dr. Heindel at 787-7729) and to the meeting at 8 PM which is free - no reservation required. Dr. Heindel has some copies of the Discussion Manual ($4.00) which is useful but not required for participation in any group. Again this year, Capitol Campus is among several cosponsors of the Great Decisions P...
Prof Writes Book [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
Prof Writes Book University Park, Pa. Egon Gartenberg, associate professor of music at the Mont Alto Campus of The Pennsylvania State University, is author of the book, "Johann Strauss—The End of an Era," published by The Pennsylvania State University Press. Originally conceived as an expanded biography of the Viennese "waltz King", the book turned into a portrait of the people, the city, and the times that inspired and loved Strauss' music.
Married Student Group Sessions to be formed [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
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 evening, February 12, 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 evening in the Counseling Center, W-117. 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 during the day from 8:00a.m. to 12:00 noon and from 1:00 until 5:00 p.m. before February 5,1975. 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 Center Staff. All inquiries will be held strictly confidential. Married Students Group Application Form Name of Student Name of Spouse Local Address Phone number...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
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Ga Xir * University Artwork Jr 01111*01 ^ Measures * Announced [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
Ga Xir * University Artwork Jr 01111*01 ^ Measures * Announced h. i iO C a "Blue Pot 1974- crafted by James Gallagher. The permanent collection of the Capitol Campus Gallery recently acqired a work of pottery "Blue Pot 1974" which was donated by the artist, James Gallagher. Mr. Gallagher, an experienced potter, has exhibited at the Gallery Doshi; the Lititz Art Show and throughout Central Pennsylvania. Mr. Gallagher is currently instructing a course in Critical Approaches to Art here at Capitol this term in which he combines his < expertise as a teacher along with his insights on art gained as a craftsman. Faced with serious financial needs and limited resources, University officials on Monday announced position control procedures described as a first step in measures anticipated to increase budget flexibility for 1975-76 "in a manner that will be least disruptive of essential operations". The measures, described also as "measures that will provide maximum economic ...
Oswald Elected VP Of AAU [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
Oswald Elected VP Of AAU John W. Oswald, president of The Pennsylvania State University, has been elected vice-president of the Association of American Universities, comprising 48 of the leading universities in the country. He succeeds Dr. G. Alexander Heard, chancellor of Vanderbilt University, who moved to the presidency for 1974-75. As vice-resident, Dr. Oswald also serves on the Executive and Finance Committees of the Association. Penn State in 1958 accepted the invitation to membership in the Association, which recognizes outstanding graduate education and research programs. The University of Pennsylvania and the University of Pittsburgh are the other universities in Pennsylvania which hold membership, the University of Pittsburgh having been extended membership earlier this year. Twenty-four of the members are public institutions and the other 24 are private universities. The Association, it is explained, considers issues of common interest to the Nation's major grad...
XT! REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 January 1975
XT! REPORTER Are you ready for this?-The first XGI Kegger of the term will be held on January 18 from 9PM to 1AM at the Middletown Hunters and Anglers Club. This keggar brings with it the return of "Amberjack" to provide you with the evening's entertainment. Hope to see you there!! The XGI raffle was a great success. The winners were: 1st prize - Lois Fisher, Danville, Pa., 2nd prize - Bradley Shatzer, Chambersburg, Pa., 3rd prize - Kevin Ritchey, 914B Weaver, M-town, Pa., 4th prize - Georgia Martin, Bradford, Pa. We thank all who participated by trying their luck! The XGifootball team ended up with a 6-4 final record, with the alumni game being called off. Bowling got under way on Jan.9 at 9 PM. We hope to have some results for the next report. Also, basketball has started with rosters being passed around. Hope to see some bowling & basketball enthusiasm and support! On the national sports scene, the XGI's were represented at the Cotton Bowl by Gid Wray, Phil Horvat...