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: wum [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
: wum .Empty Sky f Elton John r DJLPS 403 (U.K.) kMCA (U.S.) . It may seem a little strange to review a six-year-old talbum, but that's what I'm doing with Elton John's Empty Sky. This album was originally released in 1969 in England, kand, until recently, it could only be found in the import f sections of a few record stores. Which is really a pity, since k this an admirable set of early Taupin-John compositions. f Empty Sky is Elton's very first album. The only member ? of his current band with him at the time was drummer Nigel Olson, and he only plays on one cut. It's pretty easy to see why Empty Sky was held onto for so long: it's not really ?commercial material. It's a concept album of the sort that only an established artist can turn into a success. . It was obviously written by the artists for the artists. It khas several truly beautiful cuts, and a couple of light r rockers, but nothing in the " Bitch is Back" or "Honky Cat" kvein. Empty Sky is like a musical book o...
Lennon Live [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
Lennon Live Elton John's new single, "Philadelphia Freedom", contains a "live" performance by John Lennon. On the 'B' side of this single is a rendition of the old Beatle hit "I Saw Her Standing There". This version features Lennon as the lead singer and guitarist and Elton John in harmony. It was recorded at the final show of the 1974 Elton John Tour in Madison Square Garden in New York.
Faculty Workload Studied [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
Faculty Workload Studied Hempstead, N. Y.-(I.P.) Those who say that college and university faculty are overworked don't know what they are talking about. But then again, neither do those who say that professors do not work hard enough. The plain truth, according to Dr. Harold Yuker, director of the Center for the Study of Higher Education at Hofstra University, is that nobody knows what faculty workload really is, although the schedule of teaching and administrative assignments obviously has something to do with it. Dr. Yuker came to his conclusion after a study of hundreds of articles on faculty workload and productivity. "Many colleges and universities will lighten the schedule of ah instructor teaching a graduate course," notes Dr. Yuker. "But graduate courses involve no more faculty time than undergraduate ones. The available literature indicates that the actual hours spent in the classroom, in preparing lessons and in evaluating student performance is the same regardles...
Rec-Ath Information [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
Rec-Ath Information FENCING: Mr. Maxwell Garett, Head Fencing Coach at PSU, along with 3 of his varsity fencers, (Jim Ellis, Captain, Jeff Emmel and Mitch Dorfman), were at Capitol Campus on Monday, February 24, for a fencing demonstration. The fencers demonstrated the three competitive type of fencing, foil, epee and sabre; The fundamentals of fencing were explained by Mr. Garrett. For the record, the PSU fencing team is presently enjoying their best season ever under the coaching of Mr. Garrett. They are 10 & 2; their only two losses were by identical 14-13 scores. Anyone interested in joining the Capitol Campus fencing club should call the Rec-Ath Bldg. The fencing club meets every Monday from 3:30to 5:00 PMin Rec-Ath Bldg. TABLE TENNIS: Mr. Robert Van Zandt, table tennis instructor from Carlisle, and his son Tom (ranked No. 3 in Penna. 17 and under), were on Campus recently for a table tennis exhibition, which also involved Capitol's Ellis Alley. After several ex...
&3&SSS&SK [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
&3&SSS&SK Photo by Bollinger AAaxine Levis, Gallery Lounge Co-ordinator, discusses layout for program for Photo Club exhibit with Paula Nissley of Student Activities Office. A symbol from the turbulent 60's - the Peace Sign stands as a reminder of a time past, but not forgotten on a cold, snowy afternoon. Photo by Prouser I1-91 3 e a. 2o IS c ; i(L as wen as adults were in attendance for the opening night reception honoring contributor's to the current exhibit now on display in the Gallery-Lounge. I The opening night reception for the Owner's Exhibit in the Gallerv-Lounae I was well attended and featured a hot buffet, a new touch which gave the | evening a bit of elegance. The Owner's Exhibit continues through March
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
Test Closing uate Test Date for Application Graduate Record Examination (ORE'S) 4-26-75 4-1 "75 6-21-75 5-27-75 Admission Test for Graduate Study in Business (ATGSB's) 7-12-75 6-20-75 Law School Admission Test (LSAT-LSDAS) 4-19-75 3-20-75 7-26-75 6-26-75 National Teacher Examination (NTE'S) 4-5-75 3-13-75 7-19-75 6-26-75 The Miller Anolgies Test is given by appointment daily, by Counseling Center Staff. Information for this test can be found in the Counseling Center, W117.
Crossword Puzzle [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1. Scheduled 6. Weight unit 11. Cat 13. Bottle 14. Deduce 15. Complete 16. Friend: Fr. 17. Merits 19. Water barrier 20. Chinese coins 22. Encountered 23. Brazilian money 24. Observe 26. Firecracker 28. Fabrics 30. — cocheres 32. Jellies 35. Young dogs 36. Material 38. Knocks 40. Consumed 41. Melody 43. Rodent 44. Exert 46. Employ again 48. Directed Answei to Puzxle 49. Narcotic 50. Malicious burning 51. Perfume DOWN 1. Present 2. Ice dealers 3. Sheep 4. Man's name 5. Bird 6. Containers 7. Skill 8. Attacker 9. Fearful 10. Generates 12. Gang 13. Middle 18. Rests 21. Celestial bodies 23. Demolisher 25. Suffix: agency 27. Game 29. Part of speech 30. Golf club 31. Musical dramas 33. Lasso 34. Ancient 35. Turkish title 37. Perry: var. 39. Cattle 41. Demeanor 42. Spanish cape 45. Fuss 47. Strike
SuMn [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
SuMn Tarnhelm, the Capitol Campus Literary Magazine, has once again been, revived with new vigor and is seeking contributions from students, faculty and staff. You are invited to submit for publication poetry, prose, fiction, drama as well as graphics and photography. Tarnhelm, an SGA budgeted publication is intended to provide for members of the Capitol Campus community an outlet for literary and artistic creativity. The Tarnhelm staff encourages individuals from all academic programs to share their creative efforts with others. The deadline for submissions is APRIL 15. Arrangements have been made for the completed publication to be available the second week of May. A Tarnhelm collection box will be stationed in the C.C. Reader Office, WHO. A table will also be set up in Vendorville. Anyone interested in assisting with editorial and-or technical aspects of publication is invited to attend a Tarnhelm Meeting Friday, March 14th at 1:45 p.m. in Room W-211. Anyone interested in...
§fe(i]®M@(i . [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
§fe(i]®M@(i . by ken silverstein You've always been there Waiting behind me. You laugh when I do And run when I run And cry when I cry But don't try to impress me, Because I'm stronger than you are. And I know that you're there For the asking. Though you never will catch me, Stay close behind me, For without you I'm nothing, Though with you I'm free. ^^
m&m&ss Highly Successfu l^ (at Casino Night) J [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
m&m&ss Highly Successfu l^ (at Casino Night) J I Photographed by Mark Feldman I Casino Night was a success. Entertainment was provided by 1 Nyzta, a professional belly dancer from New York City. A n good time was had by all members of the Capitol Campus jg community that attended this gala affair. The late 1 •Lenny Bruce once said that people don't go to Las Vegas 8 to just gamble, they go for the exotic revues that feature S tits and ass. Well, it seems that was the magic feature 8 I that helped to make Casino Night such a coup d'etat 1 I for Dave DeLong and Harpo , which proves that a non- I 1 alcholic can succeed on campus. WaWkamWaWmWMkWSKWM^SiamWKSa^ ^BWBaaWMW BE mmmmm^Hmmmi^mmmm^MXMB^ammmawmnamKml UUIIHIMi IIIJ HIliBraWffB^a^aMaMflWrofflllwPIHBBWBal Hy WL- 1km Photo by Prouser Photographed by Mark Feldman
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
People Will Be People Dear Life, We, the men of 1st floor Church Hall, commonly known as the No-Tell Motel, would like to expound upon the various perspicacious platitudes that we have perused in the most recent issue of the Capitol Campus Reader; i.e. Cathy Began, the Trekkies, poetry, High Acre Club, etc. Since we have solved the sexual drought solution with the distribution of saltpeter, we would like to go on to other selfactualization concepts. Primarily, we are in complete concurrence with our fellow men from the 2nd floor Church. To tell you the truth we did not think that they possessed such intellectual faculties, but after all, they are fellow Churchers. By the by, for those who haven't been enlightened, 119 Church is the home base for the 1st Floor Church Hall's biological necessities which is the basis of thought expressed by the High Acres Club. In regards to the literary pursuits of Susan W. who has engineered the greatest symbolistic poem of the century, we wou...
What's Penn PIRG? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
What's Penn PIRG? You've probably been hearing a lot about Penn PIRG. But you're probably still not too sure what it is or if you should support it. So we'd like to take a few minutes to explain PIRG to you. Penn PIRG stands for Pennsylvania Public Interest Research Group. That means citizen action All of us know about the problems facing us todaypollution, consumer fraud and deception, discrimination in hiring and renting practices, tax laws that favor big business, and government agencies that seem to be working against the average citizen-you. But no one seems to be doing . anything about these problems. Very few groups that now exist have the time and ability to tackle such huge scale problems. And that's where PIRG comes in. A professional staff of lawyers, accountants, chemists, and other researchers, along with students, work on these problems-and they do get results. To fund PIRG-$2.00 extra per term would be collected with your tuft ion. But it must be emphasized th...
MORE ON PIRG [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
MORE ON PIRG As newspaper and television commentators were giving the last rites to the student movement a few years ago, concerned activists were regrouping and returning to the campus scene in a new form. Modeled after the Ralph Nader organization in Washington and utilizing techniques of public interest protection developed by Nader himself, student Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGS) began to appear on campuses across the country. Since 1971 PIRGs have successfully challenged the unresponsive seats of power in government and business through the courts and in the public arena. They have organized grassroots consumer, student and citizen activity, demanding corporate and governmental responsiveness to the public interest. While many students still say, "What can I do?" the PI RGs have demonstrated that students, engaged in interdisciplinary public interest research with a full-time professional staff, can successfully overcome the weaknesses and transitory nature of p...
New Editor Takes Collegian Helm [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
New Editor Takes Collegian Helm University Park, Pa.,— Jerry Schwartz knows he has some pretty big shoes to fill as editor of The Daily Collegian, st udent newspaper at The Pennsylvania State University. And it makes little difference that they happen to be ladies' shoes. Schwartz, you see, is the first male editor of the Collegian in three years. "That really is inconsequential as far as I'm concerned," he said in discussing his approach to the role of editor. "It really doesn't matter one way or the other. Of course, we've been' joking a lot about it at the paper." A sophomore journalism major, Schwartz, of Willow Grove, has been a member of the Collegian staff since his first term at University Park. He was a police and administration reporter and served as copy editor and news editor during the past two terms. His one-year tenure as editor begins with the opening of the Spring Term on Mar. 9. "There's no question that being editor of the Collegian is a very, very tough j...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
VENDORVILLE HOURS Monday - Thursday 7:15 A.M. - 7:30 P.M. Grill open until 7:30 P.M Friday 7:15 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Grill open until 2:30 » Night Class? STOP DOWN IN VEN- DORVILLE AND GET A REAL CUP OF COFFEE BEFORE CLASS. THESE NEW EXTENDED HOURS DEPEND ON YOUR CON- TINUED PATRONAGE. Housing and Food Service j¦ J ¦ « ¦ . ' 1 J ¦ • j Have q & j \ \ (¦? j ! ^[ j ¦ J J I ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ I | ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ J \
Capitol ' First' Art Display [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
Capitol ' First' Art Display A "first" in art exhibits will be held at Penn State-Capitol Campus featuring works owned by faculty, staff and students. The show is on display from Monday, March 10 through Friday, March 21 in the Gallery-Lounge at the University Maxine Lewis, exhibit coordinator, stated that the art committee "hopes to attract a display of the highest quality, from the 2700 members of the Penn State-Capitol Campus community."
Is Penn PIRG Really A Rip-off' fc * [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 14 March 1975
Is Penn PIRG Really A Rip-off'fc * KYRAGOIDtCH Bth-general arts and sciences Within the past several weeks, in the library and in the Lion's Den, in apartments and in dorms, Penn State students seem to have increased their vocabulary by one word: Penn PIRG. There seems to be very few who do not wholeheartedly support the concept: a group of students and professionals working together on many of today's most pressing problems. But the big hang-up seems to be the funding mechanism. Some have even gone so far as to call PennPIRG a "rip-off". But can that statement really be justified? Everyone who doesn't like the proposed plan usually has one of their own to offer. Of the number of alternatives suggested, the voluntary check-off seems to be the most popular. But this plan has been proven to be not feasible. By now, hopefully most Penn Staters know what PennPIRG is, how it operates and what it can do. But to fully understand a Public Interest Research Group, to realize just how...