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The Ji'mmey Jordan Scholarship [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

The Ji'mmey Jordan Scholarship $500 SCHOLARSHIP TO A RETURNING STUDENT WHO DEMONSTRATES ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AND FINANCIAL NEED. APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE IN E-106. DEADLINE - JUNE 9,1972. (STUDENTS WHO HAVE APPLIED FOR ALCOA FOUNDATION & DEITZLER SCHOLARSHIPS NEED NOT RE-APPLY AS THESE APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED.)

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Program To Alleviate Illiteracy [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

Program To Alleviate Illiteracy University Park, Pa. Teaching illiterate and semi-literate young adults to read while at the same time providing them with career information is the goal of a new Pennsylvania State University computer-assisted instruction program. Directed by Dr. Lester S. Golub, professor of education, the $119,479 U.S. Office of Education-funded project is aimed at the three million Americans who are reading at or below a third-grade level. "We are not concerned with fostering the kind of literacy that makes people want to read Shakespeare or even a best-seller," Dr. Golub explains. "We want to help these 16 to 26-year-olds read the instructions their boss has just handed out, the card that explains how to operate the machine in front of them, or a technical book or manual." Designed to appeal to students with potential who have been left behind, the Penn State program will provide specific career information at several different levels. Potential entrants,...

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Anti-Pollution Program Outlined [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

Anti-Pollution Program Outlined By Bill Stuble Daily Collegian Staff Writer The standards for 1976 will be approximately twice as stringent as the 1970 standards, with limits on particle emissions to be added. Since 1970 heavy duty trucks and buses also were covered by emission limitations. Legislation in 1970 also called for the reduction of lead additives in gasoline. This has been accomplished with a minor decrease in engine compression ratios of new cars. Other fuel additives such as nickel and boron which are dangerous, according to the NAPCA, still are being used without restriction. Moroz said pollution abatement equipment on new automobiles presently is costing the consumer about $50. He said he believes this equipment is well worth the money, especially because legislation passed this year required representative vehicles coming off factory production lines to be inspected for emissions output. Formerly, vehicle manufacturers only needed to submit a prototype to t...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

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Classified Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

Classified Ad Single and double rooms for rent, each $50 per month. Kitchen privileges included. Members of HOPS welcome. Call Dan Parthemore, 234-5638, 1603 Thompson St., Harrisburg.

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Australia Not The Promised Land [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

Australia Not The Promised Land by Chris Beck Mr. Beck, former foreign editor of the Sunday Review in Melbourne is Dispatch's regular Australian correspondent. Melbourne, Australia (DNSI) -- A word of advice for Americans thinking of emigrating to Australia to escape racial problems, crime, capitalism, and the bomb — don't. A common misconception Americans have about Australia is that it is the "last frontier" .. . a resting place for the pioneer spirit ... an embodiment of the "good old days of America s west where the modern covered wagon is a secondhand pickup. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Since the second world war more than 80,000 Americans have immigrated to Australia. Only 34,000 have stayed. Most return home because they find that Australia is only a more expensive imitation of the United States. While salaries are 60% less and taxes 15% more, the dollar here buys about the same as it does in the United States. There are other problems. More than 83% of...

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-OVERKILL- [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

-OVERKILL- -Davie and Michael Are you tired, starving, strung-out? Are you looking for something better in life? Is boredom crawling in your grit and sanding your teeth down? Does everyday seem like everyday, or does it just all fall apart? If so, get into the defense of it all. The 'all' means your security of not knowing. Not knowing where the closest bomb shelter is. Or that fundamental Theory A-Bomb Localities. The best way to get into this, is by understanding paranoic security. P.S. is the fact that you know, if any bombs are dropped or missled, you won't live anyway. It is proven that the world power's' have ten tons of TNT for every human in the world. The thing is, one-half of a pound will kill one man; that means, that if every bomb were dropped well forget about yourself as well as this cuntry. But then, with the simple info given above, what can you do to stop it. It doesn't matter if its not in your lifetime, you'll die anytime. But, how many tons of TNT are the...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

Blood Donors Needed"! All Blood Types $ 8a*/W We need blood donors of all types immediately. For only a few hours of your time a week, you can earn $80 per month. Please call today. IMMUNO BLOOD SERVICES 2634 N. Third St. Harrisburg, Pa. 238-6349 or 238-6309

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Play [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

Play A campus theater class, under the direction of Tony Arms, will present a play in the auditorium on June 7 and 8. The play is an adaption of Henrik Ibsen's PEER GYNT. Tom Ogden plays the title role in the campus staging. Other people having major roles in the play include: Charles Marcarelli, Tim Ward, Frank Dulisse, Cheryl Boyes, Lisa Moreschi, Dianne Bryan, Janis June, Mark Chanin and Max Brady. The play is a classic Scandanavian fairy tale. Character names are very strange, reflecting the fictitious nature of the work. Some of the characters are trolls, Pencil, Mads Moen, and those designated Strangers and Lunatics. The entire class is putting a great deal of effort into the play. Let's show up at the auditorium on one of the dates.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

Free Picnic 3 PM Meade Heights Recreation Area Sponsored by Meade Heights Board of Governors Saturday, June 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

Folk Dancing Thursday evenings at 7:30 on campus

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New Draft Board Regulations [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

New Draft Board Regulations Rock Festival The Selective Service System has issued its last major group of Regulation changes and thus ended more than two years of almost constant reform in draft policies and registrant rights. The Regulations concern procedures for personal appearances and appeals, among other subjects. The issuance of the new Regulations removed the administrative hold on personal appearances and appeals which had been in effect since late 1971. The Regulations set a 15-day time limit following the mailing of a Notice of Classification card in which a registrant must request a local board personal appearance or an appeal. When he demonstrates that his failure to respond within 15 days was due to reasons beyond his control, his local board may grant an extension of the 15-day period. The new Regulations also require local and appeal boards to give a registrant at least 15 days notice of his scheduled personal appearance before his local or appeal board. An...

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CLEP Exams To Be Held June 14 [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

CLEP Exams To Be Held June 14 The College Level Entrance (CLEP) Examinations arc offered monthly at Capitol Campus. The next testing date is Wednesday, June 14, 1972. Through the CLEP examinations, thousands of people have entered college at an advanced level with credit for material learned without attendance at formal college classes. The examinations arc available to anyone wishing to take them. Two kinds of CLEP examinations will be offered at the Capitol Campus Test Center. The general examination measures achievement in five basic areas of the Liberal Arts - English composition, Humanities, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences-History. Applications for the general examinations must be received by June 9. The subject examinations measure achievement in specific college courses. The deadline for applications for subject examinations is June 5, 1972. A person desiring to enter college at an advanced level with credit for material already learned may take the...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

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WHOOPS! [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

WHOOPS! Ed. Note: Last issue, the following poem appeared in THE CAPITOLIST, but it had the wrong title. This poem actually is untitled. The poem following this untitled creation is the one which is WORMS. We apologize to Cheryl Boyes for the slip-up. We hope to have it together this week. cheryl boyes can you see the we in me? faster and faster it rotates a spiral shooting speedily into space my mind twirls itself in curls and the planets change their hues --there's different views. the spider spun his veins along the counter kitchen i opened the door and he danced a ballet descending to the table and then he sat still. i walked the floor and burnt my thermal underwear in the oven. the stars, the spider and me. we.

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worms [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 1 June 1972

worms by cheryl boyes sliding soundless thru the night along labyrinthes of cement blindly groping for a moist muddy home to feed yourselves and sift the soiJ you travel strong distances many times your length in a quiet struggle for the life of earth none can hear your silent scream of fright but i saw you tonight shining many shades of red against a hard and dissonant pale world of man

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