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Reader Classifieds [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Reader Classifieds Free Ad Forms Available In WHO For Sale- Anyone interested in buying a 390 cu. in in Ford engine or parts. Please call 944-9277 ask for Joe. Price of motor $75.00, parts negotiable. Yes, it works any other questions? For Sale- Available April furnished bed sitting room with walking distance of campus large yard, parking facilities, kitchen and laundry facilities available $20.00 per week. Call 944-2797 between 5:00 and 7:00 PM. and ask for Linda. For Sale- Ross ten speed bike, 9 months old, very good condition, cost $100, will sell for $65. For Sale- North Face Sierra Tent. Zippered door backed by second door of mosquito net. Mosquito netted window, rainfly side pullouts, single AFrame poles, extra stakes. Weight: 6 lbs. 2 ozs. Used three times, excellent condition. Original price: $155.00. Sale Price: $125.00. Peter AA. Yaffee, Box 183, Fed. Sq. Station, Harrisburg 17108. Phone 717-652-1933. For Sale - Artley Flute (3 piece) with case, in good condition...
G.P.P. Needs You [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
G.P.P. Needs You MAY 17th All interested and able body people are invited to attend a meeting for the Spring Music Festival. Good people productions is asking for your help to make this spring concert the best ever and only with your help can it happen - so come to the student center at 9 p.m. April 14th and sign up for a committee. For further details come to the meeting. THINK SUNSHINE
Scholarship Awarded [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Scholarship Awarded Ernst M. Binder, a senior student in Mechanical Design Engineering Technology at Penn State-Capitol Campus in Middletown, has received a $250 scholarship for the Spring term from the Alcoa Foundation. He was chosen by the Engineering Technology Awards Committee. Binder, a native of Broomall, Pa., will graduate in June with a bachelor's degree. When asked if he planned to attend graduate school, he replied, "I need a few years of work experience and will be working for the Westinghouse Corporation beginning this summer."
Flames Edge Brotherhood In Basketball Finale [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Flames Edge Brotherhood In Basketball Finale by Gene T. Eddy The Flames and the Brotherhood engaged in what proved to be the most exciting intramural basketball game of the season and the Flames exited as the victor, 45-42. The low scoring was indicativeof thetough man-toman defense employed by both teams and perhaps influenced by the PIAA referees calling a close game, but a good one. The Flames took a quick pyschological edge, when the Brotherhood's Tom Groves got into foul trouble early in the first quarter. The Flames were led by Joe Grant, a Varsity basketball player with a keen eye for 20 foot iumo shots. Joe scored 22 points for the Flames and the remainder of their 45 points was contributed by: Fred Brpkhoff, n pts., Ellis Alley, 6 pts., Tom Boyer,. 4 pts., and Ken Weller, 2 pts. The Brotherhood was led by Tom Grove's 18 points and the remainder of their 42 points was by: Keith Hulton, 8 pts., Doug Spady, 6 pts., Jim Shannon, 4 pts., Spence Hampton, 4 pts., and Ramon...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Tits And Ass Blasted Dear Mr. Bollinger: I am astounded by the article in the C.C. Reader paae 9, March 14, 1975 titled "Tits and Ass". I realize your paper is in an embryonic stage as well as understaffed, but a little more care should be taken to carefully analyze the use of someone elses techniques of communicating and the reasons why this technique has been used such as in the case of Lenny Bruce. Your coverage is not only unfair to the artist, but also unfair to all the students who worked hard and planned the "Casino Night" so that it would be successful. Perhaps, if your paper had helped to plan this event you would have known that "Tits and Ass" was not the key to the successof the program, but the hard cooperative work of many students. The "Casino Night" was a first for Capitol Campus in that there was no competitive social planning done anywhere else on this campus that night. Instead we had all studentorganizations working together to plan this particular progra...
l^Mmm,»mmsmmmma^wmesmu I Thru The Crap. | Darkly j [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
l^Mmm,»mmsmmmma^wmesmu I Thru The Crap. | Darkly j An interview by JaseMc Bailer Dr. Lostcause 1 Dr. John W. Lostcause, President of Penn State, was interviewed last week by the C.C. Reader in order to find lout his personal feelings toward Capitol Campus. Away from all the distracting diplomatic obfuscation, Dr. Lost-1 cause wasquite candid with me in the privacy of his humble | 42-room home in the midst of the Pocono Mountains. 1 Feeling secure in the center of his 300-acre estate which (represents the meager reward for his lengthy academic-Ibeaureaucratic career, Dr. Lostcause shared the following I views of Capitol Campus with us: I Reader: Dr. Lostcause, what is your personal opinion of Capitol Campus? Dr. Lostcause: It's a shit-heap. Reader: And what of its relation to the rest of thel University? $ Dr. Lostcause: Capitol is the anal orifice thru which the! University passes all its excretia. As such, it is a vital parti of the University. m Reader: How are the stu...
Capitol To Be Doused With Cold Water [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Capitol To Be Doused With Cold Water L. o o e e CD > e x a Capitol To Be In Cold Water This June. The central heating plant will be shut down from June 8th to June 16th for annual maintenance. There will be no domestic hot water Available in the Main Building, Dormitories, Dining Hall, Student Center, University Apartments or Placement Center during the shut-down. Suggested brands of imported hot water usually available during this time period are Thermos brandfor washing you hands, Yellow Arches for quick and easy coffee, and Laudromat Blues for washing clothes All of these imported waters are within easy reach of the Capitol Community during this fluid period.
Remember The LampPost? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Remember The LampPost? Remember all the nights spent at the Lamp Post; all the beer and ale consumed; all the money passed their way? The Lamp Post became the friendly neighborhood bar for the residents at Capitol. But ¦ ¦ ¦ when it came down to doing something for us, they could not. They could not manage to take out a twenty-five dollar ad for the yearbook. Personally with the amount of money they have gained from the campus, they should have taken a hundred-dollar ad. Habits are hard to change but the habitat of the drinkers and gathers at the Lamp Post should change to an establishment more appreciative of their clientele. This little piece of information has come from the yearbook. We are out trying to secure ads to meet the expenses of the book. And we feel that places like the Lamp Post should be willing to give us an ad. Sure, times are rough, but we do give them business and we help them secure their annual profit. Now for the conclusion, we will ask for your help...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Dear Highacres Club: We tried to contact you to let you know we've misplaced your kite article. Sorry about that. However, we really want to print that thing, so we are eagerly awaiting another copy with baited breath. Thanks for your understanding. vv\\»llll// //y ^" DIT0M M it's % 3 Time tog: FERTILIZE
S.G.A. Minutes [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
S.G.A. Minutes MINUTES S.G.A. METTING MARCH 12,1975 Call To Order 8:15 P.M. Attendance: Present: Mike McAllister, Russ Hogg, Andy Pivarnik, Dave Shrader, Bette Karp, Max Piefer, Paul Mathis, Chef Goregorski, Scott Deardorf, Jorn Jenson, Mark Fey, Skip Gibson, Richard Laychock and Janice Stephy. Present: Mike McAllister, Russ Hogg, Andy Pivarnik, Dave Shrader, Bette Karp, Max Piefer, Paul Mathis, Chef Goregorski, Scott Deardorf, Jorn Jenson, Mark Fey, Skip Gibson Rich Laychock and Janice Stephy. Proxies: Skip Laratonda and Dan Martin, other members were absent and unexcused. PIRG: It was brought up that Sat. was the (March 15) due date for all petitions. Capitol Campus fell far short of the 50 percent goal. Commencement: A committee has been formed to determine the speaker for March graduation. Anyone interested in being a member of this committee should contact Emil Albertini, Doug Gibboney Cathy Wert. The S.G.A., following constitutional procedure, discussed and then voted ...
Do It To It [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Do It To It Duit On Mon Dei Nilsson RCA Nilsson has come out fighting. In his newest LP, Dutt On Mon Dei, Harry punches holes in several major American institutions: marriage, TV, modern life, astrology, home, and God. And all of it in what is now the venerable Nilsson trademark of light rock and roll. Since Son of Schmilsson, Harry has flagrantly flaunted convention in favor a having a vinyl good-time. In Pussycats, friend Lennon joined in the festivities as producer, supplanting Richard Perry as Harry's controlbooth boss. On Duit, Nilsson has, for the first time, taken on the production chores himself. The results are noticeable to any Nilsson buff. His voice range sounds more restricted than in Perry's production, but not as narrow as in Lennon's production. Duit On Mon Dei is definitely typical Nilsson, with several songs whose melodies hark back to earlier days, but with a flair that makes them distinctly unique. The music is all reasonably well-done, with the exception...
Think What You See [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Think What You See The Little Prince Produced and Directed by P.R.J. Smith by Stanley Donen This is a film for those who like to think about what they are seeing; James Bond fans stay away! It is a deeply moving exploration into the meaning of Love, its beginnings, effects, and implications. All in the form of a beautiful fairy tale. I would imagine that most Humanities majors have read the book, and I would advise those others who wish to see the movie to borrow the slim volume from someone and read it before seeing the film. It only takes about an hour to read, and I think it is necessary for a complete enjoyment of the visual version. As I imply here, the film stays very close to the original in both story development and the visual representations of characters and scene; the latter based on the sketchy illustrations in the book. The use of the wide-angle lens technique (although perhaps overdone in the case of the Historian sequence) is probably the best I've ever seen ...
Penn PIRG Speaker Here [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Penn PIRG Speaker Here Scott Kennedy, National spokesperson for PIRG will speak on Campus April 10th from 9:15 to 11:15 in Room E338. If you give two shits about this nation and where it's heading... Then it will certainly be worth your while to hear Scott Kennedy speak on how big business rips you off. RUSS HOGG
gess s>mgss [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
gess s>mgss YES YESTERDAYS ATLANTIC SD18103 There are few bands today that can qualify as truly super groups. Judging by their box office success and record sales Yes certainly qualifies as one of these. As with virtually all successful musicians a greatest hits album is inevitable. Well, Yesterdays is not one, at least not exactly. This new LP by Yes is a composite of their first and second albums - Yes and Time and a Word, plusa 10:31 version of Simon and Garfunkel's "America". "America" stands out as the most dynamic selection, sounding closesttothe Yes we now know (probably because it is the only cut with Wakeman on organ). However the album boasts many noteworthy numbers - among them "Survival", "Sweetdreams" and "Astral Traveler". These are performed by the original group - Peter Banks (Flash), Tony Kaye, Bill Bruford, and the Squire-Anderson team (who are the only original members still with the group). The LP is very good. Naturally it doesn't have the polish ...
Spring Enrollment [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Spring Enrollment Spring term at Penn State-Capitol Campus began Tuesday, March 25.According to Mary Gundel, director of admissions, student enrollment is over 2300, with 75 new students enrolled for the spring term. New students attended an orientation on the 24th, and met with program chairpersons for course advisement and registration. Penn State-Capitol Campus is in its ninth academic year.
Help Us Help Others [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
Help Us Help Others The Harrisburg Council of Churches and the Welfare Department have joined together to form a food bank located at 6th and Forester avenues in Harrisburg/Thru SG A, We're trying to help by having a canned goods drive on our campus. High protein foods are needed. Applicant's for the food must be through referral and are carefully screened. Hard times are here for most of us but there are many less fortunate. Won't you help them? Donate a canned good today! (Canned goods are being collected at the round table in the main lobby.)
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
dfe/uteen *Jne <£vrie6, Between The Lines Janis Ian Columbia PC 33394 by Mike Bless Occasionally an Album is released that is so exceptionally well done, both musically and technically, that it is difficult to review. Between The Lines is such an album. Some of you may remember a song of the mid-sixties - Society's Child - that established Janis Ian as a promising folk artist at a time when it was more profitable to wail rock-n-roll from the Fillmore. After a brief success, she became one of those obscure details in radio trivia. Luckily she continued to write and perform. Last year Stars appeared on the record racks with moderate success. Janis blended her own style of folk with C&Wand soul to arrive at some very pleasing cuts, particularly "Stars" and "Jesse". With the release of Stars, she toured the night club - college campus circuit during which I was fortunate to see her at Dickinson and the Cellar Door. With her very first number, she totally captivated...
The Photo Monster [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 3 April 1975
The Photo Monster There have been a rash of unexplained disappearances on campus recently. Although Officer Paul and security have tried suppressing the facts, this reporter has managed to pierce the cloak of silence with my own investigation into this matter. On a cold, dark night late in March, I set out for the Placement Building where all the disappearances occurred, armed with my Panasonic cassette recorder and trusty pocket Everflash, and determined to learn the truth. A quick exploration of the premises left the impression that everything was peaceful. But was it? Walking thru the dark stillness of the halls, I had the strange nagging feeling that something was watching me, peering with unnatural eyes at me from some unknown perch. Suddenly I heard something which caused me to halt my stride. When I stopped, it subsided momentarily, but began again almost immediately. Within seconds there the wall ahead of appeared on me a strange shadow. As ft lumbered nearer, I coul...