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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
HOT LION C^ - CT^*^ ^ ^^ I The Hot Lion is a weekly newsletter published to keep the 1 I Capitol Campus community informed of all activities on, or J I concerned with, the Campus. Everyone should please feel I I free to use this service by obtaining the entry cards in the § Student Affairs Office (W105)/ filling them out and leaving 1 I them there. Deadline is Friday, Noon, week prior to date of J publication. FEB.28-MAR.7 1 Feb. 28 - 2:00 p.m. NOW Meeting - 1 1 Location TBA. 6:30 p.m. Foreign formation, call 944-5677 or 944-9338,1 1 Film "Bicycle Thief" - Free - ask for George or Sal. 1 i Auditorium. ATGSB CLOSING .. _,.„ „ „¦ „ tA QC..»» *, 1 I DATE March 4 - 8:00 P.M. - BSU Meeting -i 1 March 2 - 1:00 p.m. MASS - student BCAC.T2 Noon-Sickle Cell Anemia] 1 center Presentation - Film & Lecture - Dr.l I March 3-7 - Student-Faculty Photo Cheston BeHi,V I Exhibit - Gallery-Lounge March6- 6:30 P.M. - Head Shop Meeting 1 I March 3 - 3:00 P.M. - Social Committee . Middle Earth....
Avoid This Planet At All Possible Costs [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
Avoid This Planet At All Possible Costs Afterwatchingtheepisodeof Star Trek for the sixth time, the Trekkies of 2nd floor starbase Church imagined what would happen if Capt. Kirk and Mr. Spock materialized on the grounds of our own Capitol Campus. And wh-< would be the firsttoarrive at the scene but our own Officer Haul. As we all know, Mr. Spock has the Vulcan Nerve Grip which renders humans powerless and unconscious. What would happen if he tried it on Officer Paul? He hasn't any nerves in his body, so the nerve grip couldn't work. Mr. Spock also has the Vulcan mind suggestion and mind probe power too! Need I say more about the uselessness of that? Kirk and Spock were in a quandry what to do. "Let's beam him up", Kirk says, "for observation". A brilliant thought came to Officer Paul, "wouldn't the U.S.S. Enterprise make a great police car?" Meanwhile, he went to Sick Bay where Dr. McCoy's instruments blew up while trying to find out what makes Officer Paul tick. He...
Sexual Drought Solution Proposed [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
Sexual Drought Solution Proposed Dear Dave, How are you, I am fine. We, the "Brown Eyes" from the first floor Church, just finished reading the dissertation on the sexual drought here at Capitol Campus, by the High Acres Club. They think they have problems. At least they have "women" to look at. Here at Church Hall, horniness runs at epidemic proportions. What happens to someone who lives here constantly? Believe it or not, you get used to it, after all, who needs girls? We guys get along really well. We're not saying we're not horny, but when you drop your soap in the shower, just be sure you have your back to the wall. Now we know why we aren't allowed to keep pets. The other night, I had a dream. I dreamt I was down on the waterfront lying face down on the dock. On top of me there was a gigantic fish. It's scales were digging into my skin. When I woke up, I realized it was my blanket. The social committee spends huge sums of money on bands and beer to come here so we can st...
Religion Has Bombed Out [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
Religion Has Bombed Out In reference to, 'The History Of V.D.', which appeared in the February 14th edition of the C.C. Reader. I agree, religion has bombed out. Man trying to get to God just doesn't make it. But, a total commitment to Jesus Christ is where one finds true reality. And that's something one will never experience unless they accept Christ as their personal Savior themselves. A person can never forget 'those guilt complexes'. He can put them on a shelf or shove them aside, but, they will always be with him. Whereas, through Jesus Christ, one can be completely forgiven and at peace with himself, because of His love. God knows the kind of life that will bring us the most satisfaction. That's why He gave us morals, which are guide lines to protect us from things like V.D. "I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly". —Jesus Christ. So friends, if your interested in getting the most out of life, ask Christ into it. References: John 10:10, John 3:16, John 1...
McDonald's Defended [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
McDonald's Defended Editor: Why are you clowns on that miserable excuse for a newspaper always downgrading McDonalds? I've read your publication with much disgust thru the last two terms as you've repeatedly cast slanderous monotonic aspersions on this great American restaurant chain. My heart was gladdened when that one brave soul last erm wrote in defense of McDonalds. My major question, though, is why is McDonalds always your perennial target? Isn't Mr. Paul good enough material for slander anymore? What happened to all the bitching you used to do over parking rates? I think your paper has gone to pot. The old Capitolist used to be much more interesting and report on more substantial controversies. They even used to run McDonalds ads with coupons for free sandwiches. What happened? I eat at McDonalds all the time, and there is nothing I like more than the smell of a three-hour-old Big Mac. Like the hookers say: try it, you'll like it! Sincerely, Sara Semeneater
Dave Replies [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
Dave Replies Dear Highacres Club, I appreciate your empathetic approach to my situation, but the problem is still here and if you or anybody has any type of feasible solution it would be appreciated. I am sure that notonly myself but the person who is to get stuck with this rap next year will appreciate it also. YOUR Social Committee Chairman, Dave Nicholas
The Woman's Side [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
The Woman's Side TO THE EDITOR: I am one of the rarities on Capitol Campus, a girl, and this letter is the result of finally figuring out how some guys think on this campus and, to tell you the truth, it makes me sick. Go ahead guys, laugh. Who'd ever dream a girl would have any problems on this campus, ha! It's really bad when a girl tries to talk to a guy on a friendly basis and then all of a sudden the guy thinks, "Aha' She's flirting with me!" I'm serious, a girl can't even say a simple hi to a guy or automatically she's flirting. Then, if she's not friendly to people she's labeled a bitch. A girl is stuck too when accept ing and refusing dates. If she refuses to go out with guys that she has absolutely no interest in, they say, "Oh, she's too stuck up. Don't every ask her out." If she does go out with guys, it automatically said, "She goes out with everybody; she must be O.K." That's really a sick attitude, don't you think? Kind of reminds you of high school, doesn't it...
Cave Dwellers—And Others [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
Cave Dwellers—And Others Hi, Fun lovers! Sorry to hear you're feeling down but remember, the best is yet to come! Yes sir, seniors, graduating this year isn't going to be like being shot out of a cannon. No, this year we're coming out like the V.C. drips. A real spot on the shorts of America. Too bad, isn't it. But what to do? Well remember it was Shirley Temple who got us out of the Great Recession, not F.D.R. So what does that have to do with us? Simply that now is the time for a little imagination, and I'm afraid that we at Capitol have shown as little as anyone lately. Take a tip from HACC, a little vitality can go a long way, all the way to network T.V. But talk is cheap, little chickens, as you've seen lately in this campus rag. I propose we start submitting ideas to the Reader for some spontaneous and non-spontaneous activities How about a Provost Roast or perhaps a tongue-incheek "Worst Professor" award for each curriculum. We could preceed it with campaign posters s...
xn REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
xn REPORTER The big happening this week is the winter term service project- the Coatesville VA Hospital trip. There will be music and eats, so please plan to be there to show fellow vets that you care. The trip is for 7:30 PM, Friday the 28th. Stop in at the lounge for details. The semi-formal was a huge success!! A really great time with a great band and great food. I really enjoyed the shrimp newbery (two helpings). I'd like to have another semi formal next week- how about it, social committee? It seems like we have lost our meeting place -- as you probably know if you tried to attend the last meeting. We hope the problem can be ironed out by next meeting time. At this time, I cannot tell you that the upcoming meeting will be at the Tiltin Hilton, so stop in at the lounge and find out just where it will be held. And here is something that we can put into XGI frat history (and leave itthere!). Thefrat's very own Paul Will along with Bob Okenquist from the- tisk! tisk! - Sprea...
Rec/Ath Information [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
Rec/Ath Information BASEBALL CLUB: In case you haven't noticed — Spring is just around the corner and so is baseball practice!!! Practice will begin Monday, March 3, at 3:30 PMand Tuesday, March 4, at 3:30 PM and will be held in the base gym. Club fees and physicals are due by March 3. The baseball coach is Tom McMiilen and faculty advisor is Dr. Hugh Spall. For further information call 787-7751. First game is scheduled for March 31 at 4:00 PM when Capitol Campus will play Lehigh County Community College at Middletown. Any team members interested in purchasing spikes andor gloves contact Mr. Smitley in the Recreation-Athletics Building. TENNIS CLUB: The first Tennis Match for Spring Season is scheduled for Wednesday, April 2, at 3:00 PM at Delaware County Campus, Media, Pa. If you are interested in becoming a member of the tennis team, call 787-7751 or stop by the Recreation-Athletics Building. The tennis coach is Dr. Carolyn Dexter. GOLF CLUB: Since "Spring" is in the air, ...
Bouiim [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
Bouiim Week of 2-19-75 W L Aver. Zero's 26 6 784 Snoopy'sGang 21 11 681 XGI 20 12 692 Pumpers 19 13 670 IEEE Neutron .... 17 15 719 ITE 17 15 701 Mainlaners 17 15 688 Kozaks 14 18 651 Grand Wazoo 12 20 660 Emanon 12 20 612 Lucky Strikes 10V2 2IV2 648 Burnouts 6V2 25V2 604 IEEE Neutrons < 1) Snoopy's Gang (3) Zero's (4) Emanon (0) Lucky Strikes (0) Pumpers (4) Frand Wazoo (3) ITE (1) Kozaks (1) Burnouts (3) Mainlaners (0) XGI (4) 500 CLUB Jim Kicinski 569 Paul Heintzman 517 Fred Clark 512 200 CLUB Jim Kicinski 223 J. Perry 210 Fred Clark 209 Gary Koenig 208 + High Series Ed Houser 584 Jim Kicinski 569 Paul Heintzman 567 Connie Egenrieder 501 Kathie Perkins 403 Jean Kovich 363 Ann Campbell 363 + High Single Stuart Marks 231 Dennis Bittinger 230 Jim Kicinski 223 Connie Egenrieder 195 Kathie Perkins 162 Ann Campbell 157 + -t-High Average Ed Houser 172 Paul Heintzman 168 Audie Waksnunski 166 Connie Egenrieder 135 Kathie Perkins 123 Ann Campbell 114 -t-Most Improved Bowler ...
How Do You Know That The Fruit Was An Apple? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
How Do You Know That The Fruit Was An Apple? by Bob Kuhn I've just read the article printed in the Valentine issue of the CC Reader entitled "The History of V.D." and think it very appropiate for the afore mentioned issue. I was amazed at the efficiency at which Mr. Olson used pure opinion to distort basic Biblical facts. FACT 1 Where does it say thatthefruit Eve ate was an apple? FACT 2 Where does it say that the serpent that tempted Eve was a snake? FACT 3 Where does it say that God has said "infamous, immortal last words" - For that matter, where does it say in the Bible that God is dead? So much for your "over dramatization of a crucial point" and I dispute your comical argument with Biblical fact. But as you stated your point was that "western Christianity has paranoia and quilt complexes". Mr. Olson, no where in the Bible does it state that "believers", "closet-Christians", non-believers, agnostics, or anyone will be "struck down or turned into a slab of salt" because ...
Conflict Studied [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
Conflict Studied Huntingdon, Pa.- (I.P.) - A new program of "Peace and Conflict Studies" is being added to the curriculum at Juniata College. President John N. Stauffer said many of the college's students and faculty members had expressed "a growing awareness of the dangers posed by violent forms of human conflict". "In response to this concern, Juniata has developed an interdisciplinary program combining aspects of the social sciences and the humanities, exploring the causes and consequences of human conflicts, and searching for ways to resolve those conflicts", Dr. Stauffer said. Two additional courses will be added to the program in 1975-76: "Tolstoy: His Life and Message" and "War and Conscience in America".
Great Decisions Group Meets [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
Great Decisions Group Meets The Capitol Campus Great Decisions Group meets Wednesdays at 7:30 in W309. Faculty, students, staff and the public are cordially invited to come. The group was organized by Leslie Johns, a 74'. The topic to be discussed on February 26th will be "Our Changing World Economy: Can We Meet the Challenge of Interdependence?" Handbooks with background information may be purchased in Room W356 from Prof. Heindel, chairman for Capitol Campus, which is co-sponsoring the series with the Foreign Policy Association of Harrisburg. Professors from Capitol are appearing on two series of programs on the Great Decisions topics. Prof. Simko, who is radio-TV chairman for Capitol, is moderator for weekly programs on WMSP-FM (94.9) aired Thursdays at 7:30 P.M. and Prof. McAree is moderator for the Harrisburg Cablevision series shown on Channel 5 Tuesdays at 8:30 P.M. Other faculty members appearing include Prof. Klain, Prof Goldman, Mr. Molovinsky, Prof. Bresler, Prof....
45 Chatter [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 28 February 1975
45 Chatter What follows here is something I always wanted to do - a review of (current single releases. They're just a personal view of some of the Top-40's tops. Juniors Farm-Sally G, McCartney & Wings - Here's the first ex-Beatle's single to have two strong sides. Sally G is the better and is reminiscent of the White Album. It's one of the few McCartney songs with good lyrics. Linda sounds good in C&W. Jrs. Farm sounds pretty, so what else is new? Lady Styx - If this song sounds like a throwback to happier days, it is. The album it comes from is four years old. Never heard of Styx before this, but they sound real good here. Fine synthesizer work. You're No Good, Linda Ronstadt - A fine song from what I understand is a good album. My favorite section is the guitar break in about the middle; although Linda is in very fine vocal form on this one. Bungle in the Jungle, Jethro Tull - I've never before bought a J.T. album or single. I may just change that pattern o...