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¦ j —§7i^ B TI ^ •^¦^¦¦ ^T EI It »f a>l *3 RA ^ MM [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

¦ j —§7i^ B TI ^ •^¦^¦¦ ^T EI It »f a>l *3 RA ^MM Somewhere along the line, someone ordered some snow-a little too much it seems for dear old Capitol Campus. The cold white stuff appeared on January 18th and decided to stick around until the 23rd, on the roads that is. Either the school believes everyone on campus is an expert winter driver or perhaps its just that they're trying to save some money, but the road conditions on campus during the recent snowfall were deplorable...Minor attempts were made to scrape the snow off the road, with some cinders being thrown down for good measure. Well, it seems that these attempts were Just not enough. Several accidents occurred on campus during this latest whitefall, and perhaps they could have been avoided H the roadways on campus were properly tended to in this sort of foul weather. Pedestrians too had a hard time transportation-wise. With many cars succumbing to the frigid weather, many woukfcbe motorists hoofed it to class o...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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What Is More Practical - A College Diploma Or A Roll Of Toilet Paper? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

What Is More Practical - A College Diploma Or A Roll Of Toilet Paper? By Jimmy Olson As I sit upon my behind, I wonder what is more practical - a college diploma, or a roll of toilet paper? You say that the diploma is much more valuable? Well, consider the following for toilet paper's superiority. A roll of toilet paper has a real practical use. It performs a very vital function for society. Without it, where would our nation be? In mighty bad shape, that's where. Diversity of any commodity is important, and toilet paper leads the field. "TP" can be used to blow our nose? wipe our eyes, fold contact lenses into, and even clean our glasses. As you now have noticed, the many everyday, practical uses are far too numerous to mention. Can a college diploma match that? Toilet paper also has much artistic potential. Have you ever noticed the many colors and decors that the stuff comes in now? No matter what color or design a bathroom is, a roll of toilet paper is made to match it. Di...

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Record To Make Love By [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

Record To Make Love By [Earth News]-Syntonic Research, maker of environmental records, is about to release a new long-player which the company describes as the "perfect sound for lovemaking." The record is called "The Ultimate Heartbeat" and features the sound of a woman's pulsating heart for 20 minutes. The firm says a woman's heart was used becuase it "works best...it's slower than a man's."

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

^J^ SHREWD ^ W| ¦ BUSINESSMEN 1 I Advertise in the B| j c. c. READER! \ } For information, contact: m ' * . Ken Hession 787-1663 M 944-5S14 11 I Jim Bollinger 233-8011 M \? or anyone on H ¦i . the Reader staff H

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

this space for rent - contact Huck Hession, C. C. Reader Business staff. does the business staff have staff? Th« Capitol Campus Road or 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 Assistant Business Mgr Steve Nonn Business Deer Bob Pobiak, Robert Erob, John Michalyshin Sports Joe Minnici, Gene T. Eddy Staff Romeo Tra janus, Ronnie Wer, Phyllis Schaeffer, P.R.J. Smith, Photographer Mark Feldman Layout Doug a, Jim » Phyllis SGA Correspondents Mike McAllister, Russ Hogg Hot Lion Coordinator Dave Nicholas Graphics Diane Cressler On-Campus Typesetter Ei...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

WE "EED C0YIR MATERIAL Each week, the READER . features a photograph on its cover. As nice as it is seeing one's photos in print each week, it sometimes becomes hard coming up with an image worthy of a cover every week. This term, the READERis iookng for cover material.Do you have a photograph that's special to you which you think others might enjoy seeing? If so, bring the photo, snapshot or negative to the C.C.READERoff ice W-110. The only requirement is that it be vertical in format and in black and white...ar>y technical details can be worked out later on. So, submit and you just might get in print. Get in touch with Fred Prouser, Photo editor C.C. READER OFFICE W-110

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

Reader Classifieds Free Ad Forms Available In WHO For Sale 1971 Red Fiat 850 Convertible. Best offer over $900.00. Call 561-0630 after 5 p.m. FOR SALE Older model Buick and Olds owners also Volkswagen owners: two studded snow tires 6:50 x 13, two regular tires 6:50 x 13, all four mounted and in good condition. Price negotiable. Ken Ulrich, 652-5456 FOR SALE 1971 MG Midget, Dark Blue excellent condition $1550. Brian 652-6715 For Sale 1970 Chevrolet Camaro automatic, mags much more. Excellent condition $1595. Brian 652-6715 For Sale Harmony Elec. Guitar, tremlo bar w-case*: Amp: 2-15" speakers, 4 input tremlo foot pedal 70 Amps w-cover. Used twice. Best Offer over $150. Call Cath: After 3 p.m. - 944-0202. FOR SALE Must Sell! 1968 Suzuki 500cc - Exc. Cond. - Engine rebuilt - only 200 mi. - Best Offer - Call Ken 533-6561 or W-138. FOR SALE Golf Clubs Factory sale steel shafts, forged heads fully matched sets. 4 woods 9 irons $125. Normal Retail $375-400. Can buy either woods or ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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That's Good! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

That's Good! 7. How about keeping the library open until midnight instead of 10:00 PM. If not for the entire term, then at least for mid-terms and finals This has been the procedure at many other campuses. University Park libraries are open until 2:00 AM for midterm and finals. This suggestion has been referred to the Library Committee to be discussed. 8. Complaint on parking permits by education majors, who spend three weeks a Continued from page 2 term away from school. This idea will be discussed at the next S.G.A. meeting. 9. Courses equivalent to Capitol Campus courses are not acceptable for advanced credit. This matter should be discussed with your department head. There are ways in which this problem can be solved, i.e. there are tests that can be taken to receive credit for a course.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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June G/oom Faces Gracfs [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

June G/oom Faces Gracfs [Earth News] -June graduates are going to have a worse time than ever getting jobs,- according to the College Placement Council's annual winter employer poll. The poll shows an unexpected 4 percent drop in job openings this June as compared to a year ago. It's the first overall drop in four years. While engineers will probably have 7 percent more job offers than a year ago, the poll predicts that a total of only 4 percent of the graduates in the humanities and social sciences are likely to find jobs in their own fields. It's equally dismal for new Ph.D's who will be getting 17 percent fewer job offers this June than last year.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

Good Peoples Productions Needs Your Help!! So that there will be a Spring Concert WE ARE HAVING A CASINO NIGHT FEBRUARY 25th To Pull It Off, WE NEED YOU!!! Come to the Head Shop Meetings Thursdays at 6:30 At the Middle Earth Coffeehouse Joint Co-Ordinators Social Committee and HEAD _^*<L SHOP *"t^ mm«Hfmm—4/*m0—4/kim i»my^mamtty^ammwey , « - , ' f t i- — --*-— --^- — — ¦—- - A * _ ..— .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

r •%£> I ^r^rx^^C^ /y " ^ t T. ir ^2^ v> f* ^// # T HOTLION stT^ j) s^ "* -S^ A ? fcc^^ c — ^** t m The Hot Lion is a weekly newsletter published to keep the A I Capitol Campus community informed of all activities on, or Y ? concerned with, the Campus. Everyone should please feel # A free to use this service by obtaining the entry cards in the I T Student Affairs Office (W105)/ filling them out and leaving W A them there. Deadline is Friday, Noon, week prior to date of A T publication. T T JAN. 31 -FEB. 7 X A Feb. 4 X •# Jan. 31 Coffee House with music by "Garrett" w T Dave Mason, Hall & Oates at the Farm Show sponsored by Social Committee - Admis- T AV Arena. sion $1 - 8:30 - Student Center A% T Feb. J XGI Meeting - Tilton Hilton - 9PM T 4m XGI keggar at the Middletown Hunters & 4% ^ Anglers Club. Music by Amberjack. Feb . 5 ? A Chess Club Meeting -12 noon -W-110 "A" 1 W Feb. 2 A ? Mass at the Student Center-1PM Feb. 5 ? A Photo Club Meeting - 4PM - ...

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Li Bloody Good Album [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

Li Bloody Good Album ^K*T&Aw§TlW*^.i^*M T!!!A fJiia\t h fA>fl BLOOD ON THE TRACKS Bob Dylan Columbia PC 33235 » a P a. as ¦ o o t ¦¦¦ BaaaaVHaaaaaaflHHa al^BW Doug G/bbonsy-resfdent Dylan freak I was in the bathtub when the call came. "Dylan's new album is out! Better go get it!" Right. I dried off and headed for the store. And, sure enough, Dylan's new album is out: a collection of ten songs unlike any he has ever done, yet reminiscent of them all. Blood on the Tracks has a little Highway 61 imagery, some folkie-type tunes, a couple of blues numbers and a pervading theme of bitter-sweet love. "Tangled Up in Blue", which kicks off the record, tells the story of an on-again off-again love affair against a backdrop of the late Sixties. Though basically a happy, upbeat song, the lyrics are laced with regret and recollection. It is one of the album's strongest cuts. The mood of looking back continues with "Simple Twist of Fate" as Dylan muses what could have b...

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Parishioners Demand "Purification Rites" After Concert [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

Parishioners Demand "Purification Rites" After Concert [Earth News]- Parishioners of the Rheims Cathedral in France are demanding that the church be given a "purification ceremony" following a concert there by German avant-garde band Tangerine Dream. The church-goers were upset by the smooching, littering, dope-smoking, and urinating that took place during the concert in the renowned 13th century Gothic cathedral. Responding to complaints, the Rev. Bernard Goureau, cultural attache for the archdiocese, explained, "It is true that certain youths smoked pot to communicate more with the sound and the show. It is also true that some others, because of the cold that prevailed in the cathedral went to urinate against its pillars. It is true that some couples were seen folded in each other's arms and kissing. But it is also true that some 5,000 youths-staying three hours in the dark stretched out on the cold floor-could have caused more serious damage and behaved in a more disgrace...

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What's A Splinter? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

What's A Splinter? What's a Splinter? A piece of wood or metal, or a disembodied piece of anything? Well, in this case, you'd be almost right, but not quite. The Splinter under consideration here is a rock group being promoted by George Harrison, founder of Dark Horse Records and producer of said rock group, Splinter. In their first (as far as I know) rock effort, entitled The Place I Love,Splinter tries to sell themselves as a bona-fide talent, while their producer, methinks, tries to sell himself as being just as multi-talented now as in those halycon days of Beatle-yore. Mr. Harrison does not just produce the album, he makes the album. In the course of the LPs nine cuts, Harrison displays his adeptness at playing such varied instruments as mandolin, percussion, moog synthesizer, and all manners of guitar besides his customary slide. Besides his own multi-faceted abilities, Harrison has also enlisted those of other notable studio musicians such as Klaus Voorman, Willie Weeks...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Enrollment [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

Enrollment Of Penn State's 56,926 students, 93.3 percent are from Pennsylvania, 5.1 percent are from other states, and 1.6 percent come from other countries. Most of these from abroad are graduate students. New York, New Jersey and Maryland lead the out-of-state category. Allegheny, Centre and Philadelphia counties together provide 13,229 of the in-state enrollees. "JOY OF SEX" FOR V*Cd CHILDREN *"* [Earth Newsj-What may turn out to be the most controversial book of 1975 is a children's book called "Show Me." Its editor Paul De Angelis of St. Martin's Press, describes it as a sort of "Joy of Sex" for children.

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Women's Free Press [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

Women's Free Press Know, Inc. is a nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation founded in the fall of 1969 by Pittsburgh NOW members who believed that you can't have a revolution without a press-and bought one. The original intention was to produce a newsletter, but several others began about that time and were successfully filling the heed. In the meantime, the press was being used to reprint feminist articles for free distribution at local NOW meetings. These articles were so hungrily sought after we decided we could support our press by reprinting and selling such articles at only slightly over the cost of the materials. KNOW, Inc., housed in a member's garage and later in a basement, began to fourish, supported by volunteer labor, donated supplies and money, good faith and growing sales. We quickly added many original articles, several longer works and books. Each step in our development brought us closer to the status of feminist publisher. We now carry a wide range of topics, in...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Rock Music To Warn Whales [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

Rock Music To Warn Whales [Earth News]-Live rock music and even a moog synthesizer will be used this spring by whale conservation groups to drive endangered whales away from Soviet and Japanese fishing fleets. "Project Jonah" and Canada's Green peace Foundation are cosponsoring the campaign, to be called "Stop Ahab." As many as five boats and ships will sail out in front of whaling fleets this spring, playing rock music-much of it liveto warn whales away before they can be killed. A spokesperson for "Project Jonah" notes, "Just like humans, whales prefer live to recorded music."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

DearC.C. Reader: Congratualtions are certainly inorder to housing and food services for the accomplishment of their latest feat, namely, burning hot dogs at supper last night (Tues. 28). This is certainly to be placed among the other feats such as dehydrated peas, undone or overdone "soft boiled eggs", hot cakes and french toast which could break your foot if dropped on it as well asbroccoliwhich still crunches when you chew on it. H&FSalso deserves to be commended on their efforts to hold the budget down by throwing nothing away!! Different items are served over and over unitl they finally disappear. Classic examples of this are wilted lettuce, yellow cotage cheese, dried spaghetti (served for three consecutive meals) and midnight cake which seems to be on the serving line constantly. There are many more disgusting examples of food quality we could mention but our point is that it is almost unbearable to think of eating three meals a day in that cafeteria. I think ma...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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aiming TUESDAYS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

aiming TUESDAYS NIG HT^KM b/uc^^K|Hp by BH§«xZ fred ^^T ^ \Wk prouser & } iftafl 1 a snowytuesday night in middletown, pa. the bleak air force building soon became a haven from the cold and windy night for about 200 would be saxaphone players who helped jaime brockett make it through the night. Jaime Brockett, deep into his music and song. photo by fefdman _J ed wambach and friends started off the evening with a joni mitchell song, "other peoples parties". Ed then went into songs of his own composition, speaking of one\ night, a girl and dillsburg, pa., ed sang a song of personal significance, "i know", j another notable selection from his set that, evening was a composition "ode to music" ' written in collaboration with p.r.j. smith, a fellow capitolite. Ed Wambach (center) and friends open up the evening's entertainment at the Jaime Brockett concert held recently at the Student Center. photo by fefdman io Mr. Brockett lectured the audience that evening ...

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No Smoking, Please! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975

No Smoking, Please! EDITOR In reference to the complaint in the SGABitch-Booth article about outlawing cigar and pipe-smoking, why discriminate? Cigarette smoking is much more annoying than cigar and pipe smoking due largely to its sickening smell and frequency of use in classrooms. I have one guy in my second period class who smokes no less than six cigarettes a period, with complete disregard of everyone around him (those who haven't as yet moved from around him, that is). Besides, cigarette-smoking is officially hazardous to one's health (whereas the other forms of smoking are not). Personally, I prefer cigar and pipe smoking because the aromas are much more bearable. I myself have taken up cigar-smoking in order to cmbat those shitty cigareet-smokers on their own terms, in a language (or smell) they can understand. However, in all fairness, if one is going to condemn smoking, he/she should do it unilaterally (not 2/3 assedly), or not at all. Yours in smoke-induced headache...

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