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Basketball Schedule [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
Basketball Schedule DATE OPPONENT PLACE OF CONTEST TIME 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. 7:00pm Feb. 11 Lackawanna Jr. College, CAPITOL CAMPUS 7:30 pm 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 Dm
Tuition: Your Problem [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
Tuition: Your Problem BY Scott Deardorff, SGA Senator The tuition at Penn State may have to be raised, but maybe you can stop it. During the past few weeks I have been in attendance at several meetings at University Part, at the meetings the subject of the University's financial situation was always discussed, President Oswald has always assured us that a tuition hike would be the last resort. At the last meeting the following letter from Douglas Ford, a U.S.G. Senator, best summarizes the situation of the University and what you can do to help. To the student body of the Pennsylvania State University and the entire university community. Do you remember Nixon's Six Crisis? Well, Penn State doesn't have six crisis, but it has one very big one. The Pennsylvania State University like many universities and colleges in this country is facing a severe financial crises. I will attempt to explain briefly the problem, the reasons why the problem exists, and the consequences of the prob...
Chess Tourneys Scheduled In Hbg. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
Chess Tourneys Scheduled In Hbg. Chess players are reminded of the area tournaments to be held in Harrisburg at the Holiday Inn Town at 2nd and Chestnut Streets on February 1 and February 2. There are three tournaments in all. (1)the Sixth Harrisburg Beginners Open is open to all under 1200 or unrated. The entry fee is $10 at the tournament. Trophies go to the top five players. Registration ends at 9:00 am, 2/1/75. Rounds are at 9:30, 12:00, 2:30 and 5:30. (2) The Central Pennsylvania February Tornado offers three trophies and the entry fee is $5. Registration ends at 9:00 am on 2/2/75. Playing times are at 9:30, 12:00, 2:30, and5:30. (3) For the really avid enthusiasts, the two-day Fifth Penn Capitol Open tempts you with six cash prizes from $100 to $30. Registration, $13 at the tournament, ends at 9:00 am, 2/1/75. The rounds begin at 10:00, 3:00 and8.00 on Saturday, and at 10:00 and 3:30 on Sunday. If you plan to enter a tournament, be certain to take your own clock and ...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
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S.G.A. needs YOU [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
S.G.A. needs YOU We are asking for anybody who would like to get involved with school, and help the S.G.A. run some of its functions like: the Bitch Booth, the book store, and other special events. We would like at least 30 people who have time, energy and concern for the campus, to be available to help us. Please fill out the form and leave it in the S.G.A. mailbox. W-110 NAME PHONE NUMBER honestly now, what kind of person would go into elementary ed.?
©n Srrelebance [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
©n Srrelebance [Due to the evidently huge influx of articles appearing in your paper under pen names, I will attempt to place my pen name into posterity-and the C.C.READER- through and by the following sincere and thought-provoking article.] Countless authorities have spent seemingly infinite hours on the question that has puzzled mankind from the very beginnings of recorded history -or, at least it seems that way as perceived from the defensive and/or offensive editorieals and articles commending, praising, explaining, and/or damning the building, institution, system, blessed alma mater, and/or none-of-the-above known as Capitol Campus. As is indicated, perhaps blatantly and tactlessly so, by my title "On Irrelevance" I take a basically negative and cynical view on the question that has stumped even the administrative wizards - What is Capitol Campus? It has been said by some learned men at some time in some place, including the raving pedantic next door in E-334, that one's ...
Know, Inc [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
Know, Inc continued from pg. 4 ically updated. The working unit of KNOW is COLLECTIVE. Early in our operations we had difficulty with volunteerism-in philosophy as well as in practice. We now pay each worker equally for their time. As a working group we find it possible to operate a feminist business with the needs of the employees as a primary concern. The jobs we are doing are new to us all, and our goal is for each of us to be able to take responsibility for decision-making for every job. In April, 1972, we took a giant step, moving from our cozy basement to a roomy storefront. We've rapidly expanded to fill the space, and are nearly bursting at the seams again. With your continued support our growth potential is unlimited. Another aspect of KNOWs expansion is our new Washington, D.C. "branch" - Susan Sojourner, who used to work with us here, is in the process of opening a feminist bookshop "First Things First" She has all our materials, plus a variety of feminist books f...
iJVadkiwxd yCeaMn, *J e<mefo [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
iJVadkiwxd \yCeaMn, *J e<mefo By Ronnie Wer I have noticed that more and more people are eating yogurt. To save them money here is a recipe for those ot our readers who would like to make their own yogurt. YOGURT Heat one quart of milk in a 2 quart pan until it rises to the top of the pan. Remove from heat and cool the milk to lukewarm. Dissolve 1 Tablespoonful culture (use commercial yogurt for the first culture. Then save 1 Tablespoonful yogurt from each batch to serve as a culture) and 1/4 to 1/2 Cup powdered skim milk in 1 Cup of the lukewarm milk, thoroughly mixing this into the remaining milk. Pour the yogurt into a class or china bowl and cover (a clean bath towel will do the job). Leave the yogurt in a warm place for 3 to 5 hours or until it is the texture of pudding. Chill well before using. If it takes more than 5 hours to become solid, you will probably have sour milk. Yogurt will keep well' for more than a week in the regrigerator, and its bactericidal quali...
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<J)eMia ^ fo*. <JAe. CM&neAt Up IAVU, ^ f/cU iJvw A flat tire Anquish.... well I know you've heard it before but it's stillthere, my left-over love I've been living awhile now, for the foggy past, the fairy-times in never-never land and going thru the motions of life in the middle of Reality, is a cloud think-do you see a way out? I've looked, but the cloud's too much lost in the mist on a long dark highway with a flat tire -Romeo Trajanus
Damn The Lyes! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
Damn The Lyes! A C.C. Reader Green Paper by Jim Bollinger Last Sunday, I was casually (at best) leafing thru the Sunday Patriot News when I chanced upon a newsy item purporting to tell the full truth about the lye in the Susquehanna. After carefully scrutinizing the entire article, I realized that there is really very little truth concerning the lye in the river. So I decided to investigate and even go beyond the lye to seek the truth in the river. Well, I sailed for hours on end, through streams and reams of wretched refuse and human waste until I found a verdant isle of varnish somewhere betwixt here and Sunbury. If you've ever tried sailing thru varnish, you can appreciate my predicament. I put on a vehemently volatile veneer in an attempt to expell the expeditious extrapolation that was sticking to my vehicle. In other words; I was stuck. With a little help from my co-pilot Dordo, I was able to extricate myself from aforementioned attachment. After another hour, I finally ...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 31 January 1975
xn REPORTER Sorry about the keggar concellation on Jan. 18! The new date of the keggar is Saturday, Feb. 1, from 9PM to 1 AM at the Middletown Hunters & Anglers Club. Once again, " Amberjack" will be there to provide the entertainment. We hope for better weather and we also hope to see YOUthere! The fraternity wishes to thank the Dean of Faculty, Dr. Wolf, for his guest appearance at the fraternity meeting on Jan. 21. There was a good deal of football, Coor's and "barracuda"talk, but also an informative question & answer session on campus operations. Once again, thank-you Dean Wolf!! On the sports scene, the XGI bowlig team is in 1 st place with a 7 to 1 record and the basketball team has 2 wins and 1 loss. Also, XGI's desiring to play Softball at UP, should start to form a team to play there on May 2,3,and 4. Check on it in the XGI lounge. On frat service projects, 59 pints of blood were collected in the fall term, boosting the blood bank standing to around 150 pi...
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What... only 4 pages? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1975
What... only 4 pages? Sot <yVofe pwm me (bcmim: No, you're not seeing things, and you're not missing half of the paper; this week's READERis only four-pages small. The reason for this development is rather simple: money. Because of the current lack of funds available to the SGA(and, consequently, ourselves), we have had to take some cost-cutting measures in order to keep on publishing. Early in this current academic year, our top cubreporter Doug Gibboney in( formed everyone on campus (in ish #4) of the i problems SGAwas having with money. Well, since we draw our funds from that organization, it was only a matter of time until we would feel the ultimate pinch. Originally, our problem was to make up some $2000 in advertising revenue in order to make it thru the year, but given the recent economic pinch, there are very few peole willing to advertise with us. So, for a while, it looked as though we'd have to close down after about the fifth week of the Winter term. At ...
CAPITOL TO PARTICIPATE IN MODEL U.N. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1975
CAPITOL TO PARTICIPATE IN MODEL U.N. Capitol Campus has been selected to participate this year in the National Model United Nations, which will be held in New York City, April 22-26,1975 The National Model United Nations began 49 years ago at Harvard University as a model of the League of Nations. Since then the conference has remained dedicated to its original purpose of educating college students about international affairs. NMUN brings together over 1200 students representing about 150 schools. Last year participants came from 35 states and provinces. About 250 of the delegates were citizens of some 32 nations outside of North America. Accommodations this year will be at the Staffer Hilton with several of the sessions being held at the United Nations com plex. At the conference delegates take on the roles of professional diplomats. Delegates become participants at an international conference. They work with other delegates trying to achieve their own national objectives w...
BLUE GRASS GROUPS: WHERE ARE YOU?? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1975
BLUE GRASS GROUPS: WHERE ARE YOU?? SHIPPENSBURG-a Student committee at Shippensburg State College is seeking music groups to participate in a Blue Grass Festival it is scheduling for April 13 on campus. "We would like to hear from any blue grass group interested in playing,,v said Barb Messner, chairperson of the Cumberland Union Building Committee. The festival will begin at 1 PM and continue until sundown on Sunday, April 13. It will be held on the lawn outside the Cumberland Union Building. In case of rain, it will be moved indoors. Groups interested in playing can contact Ms. Messner at the CUB Committee, Cumberland Union Building, Shippensburg State College, Shippens burg, Pa. 17257, or by telephoning (717) 532-9121 Ext. 143.
CC Student presents paper to Nat'l conference [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1975
CC Student presents paper to Nat'l conference Mark Fey,a senior here at Capitol, recently presented a paper at the International Convention of the American Mathematical Society Conference in Washington, D.C., on January 23,1975. Mark's paper dealt with ordinary differential equations. He expanded on a previous theory which included work by Dr. DiAntonio, Math Prof, here at Capitol. Dr. DiAntonio was the first to find orbits in the real plane for this equation and he was coauthor with Mark on the paper presented at the Conference. On his impressions of the Conference, Mark mentioned that it was different. He expected alot of ques tions which would attack his theory. To his surprise, he was given a polite reception. Although unpublished, the paper is still quite an accomplishment for a senior. Accoridng to Dr. DiAntonio, Mark mentioned, "It's not uncommon for a Dr. and a student to do a joint paper, but the student is usually a PhD. candidate." How did this all come about? It ...
Dance Residency To Begin [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 7 February 1975
Dance Residency To Begin From February 17th to the 21st the Cultural Programs Committee will present a Dance Residency by Raymond Johnson. Mr. Johnson specializes in Directinal Dance and will conduct a full series of programs. The schedule for the week is: Monday, 12 noon-Introductory Seminar; Monday, 3:00 P.M. - Modern Dance Class; Tuesday, 6:30 PM - special class for elementary school age children; Thursday, 12 noon - lecture demonstration; Friday, 8:00 PM - Formal Theater Dance Presentation. A special seminar will also be offered to students as part of the week's program. A class will meet with Mr. Johnson on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. This class will be limited in size so anyone who wants to participate should sign-up soon. Sign up in the Students Activities Office (W-105) before February 10.