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The "Tiltin'Hilton" [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

The "Tiltin'Hilton" c re E a> U. > XI o C £L We, the high class society of Capitol Campus, would like to commend this fine establishment for satisfying the needs of our students. There has been many a night we have spent there that chips, pretzels, and other fine foods that go hand & hand with beer have been passed out on the house. The proprietor has never treated us in any other way, but first class. So fellow students take heed and channel your thirst to this outstanding cultural establishment. the NADS

Publication Title: C.C. Reader
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Commencement Bulletin [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

Commencement Bulletin TO ALL GRADUATING STUDENTS! Any student wishing not to attend Commencement exercises can receive his-her diploma on any normal business day after commencement or have it mailed to them. If a student desires to have the diploma mailed to them a fee of $5.00 should be paid to the FINANCE OFFICE. In either case, a request to graduate in Absentia Form must be obtained from the Records Office, filled out and returned there FIRST. This form is subject to approval by the Records Officer (Mr. Thorne). After filling out the form you will be notified only if the form is disapproved. This procedure should be done as early as possible to lessen any aggravation and confusion. Rich Laychock Engineering Senator

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************************************* Reader Classifieds [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

************************************* Reader Classifieds Free Ad Forms Available In WHO '»r J^For Sale- Anyone interested Jin buying a 390 cu. in in Ford «engine or parts. Please call 3^944-9277 ask for Joe . Price of * motor $75.00, parts negotiable. *Yes , it works any other * quest ions? * *For Sale- Available April * furnished bed sitting room with * walking distance of campus * large yard, parking facilities, H kitchen and laundry facilities «, available $20.00 per week. Call ^ 944-2797 between 5:00 and 7:00 * P.M. and ask for Linda. * For Sale North Face Sierra *Tent. Zippered door backed by *second door of mosquito net. * Mosquito netted window, rain-Sfly side pullouts, single AjtFrame poles, extra stakes. *Weight: 6 lbs. 2 ozs. Used three *times, excellent condition. *Original price: $155.00. Sale *Price: $125.00. Peter M. *Yaffee, Box 183, Fed. Sq. 1/Station, Harrisburg 17108. j frPhone 717-652-1933. *£ For Sale - Artley Flute (3 * piece) with case, in good * condit...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

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Wh y Doesn't Penn State Have A Law School? [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

Wh y Doesn't Penn State Have A Law School? by R. Bennett This question might never be asked again. A plan is under way to organize a fully acredited law school in the Harrisburg area. The plan for the school was initiated by Capitol Campus graduate students and area lawyers. Initially, an evening program would be available. If a sufficient number of qualified students show interest, the school could begin full operations as early as 1978-79. At least 100 inquiries have been make already. According to Prof. John Jones of Capitol Campus, one of the organizers of the school, the idea of a law school in the Harrisburg area is not new. It was presented three years ago, but it was "nixed" by personel from Dickenson's law school who didn't want the competition. Prof. Jones believes that the new school could compete against Dickenson, because it could appeal to the graduate who works during the day and can only go to the school at night. Dickenson has no night school. Two of the o...

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xn REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

xn REPORTER There are many sign-up sheets in the frat lounge and surely some may apply to you. If you are interested in any of the following, get in there and sign up! 1. To help work in the concession stand at the rock concert, May 17. 2 hour shifts. 2. This Saturday, April 19, the frat will have a fence repair party at the Don Braun farm as a service to relay the frat's thanks for the use of the premises for the annual spring picnic. Free beer! 3. Shaeffer brewery tour, April 25, 8 P.M. Free beer! Keggar time again! An XGI promoted keggar will be held at the Middletown Hunters and Anglers Clubs, Saturday night, the 26th of April. Check signs for further information. Yearbook sales end May 1st, so get yours bought now from Randy Hess to help the frat. Please get your reply to the picnic questionaire to the frat office ASAP. I would like to take this opportunity to thank those who voted for me for engineering senator in the recent SGA elections. Also, as a result of a vote cou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

Feature by Mark Feldman V\hatAreYourPlansAfterGaduationJobRospactsOrSchool? Bob Hannn, 12th PSSC Hope to go to Sm ith Col lege, in Massachusetts (if accepted), in Early Childhood Education, or Peace Corps. Bill Comp, 12th Business Graduate school at Rider or Drexel, possibly a job. Jobie Coslett, 12th Bus Admin. Hotel management - Buch Hill Inn & Golf Club, Poconos. Paul Will, 13th Business Expect to work for an Accounting firm.

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dOOOOOOOOOOCaagBgga w mm mammW Wammm W VBB ajjajajj ajajaa; aWamm VaSSBB, 'am aaT aa» '®**®"**** THEPLATFORM5>ooooooooooc M ^^ m ^^ ^^— mm m ^^>oooooooooo« [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

dOOOOOOOOOOCaagBgga w mm mammW Wammm W VBB ajjajajj ajajaa; aWamm\ VaSSBB, 'am aaT aa» '®**®"**** THEPLATFORM5>ooooooooooc M ^^ m ^^ ^^— mm m ^^>oooooooooo« SUE BRETHERCK Because of the fumbling manner in which the original elections were held, it has become necessary for those who supported me before to once again assert your good taste at the polls. My platform is simply this: better government for every student at Capitol. There are a number of major areas that need immediate attention. They are: revision of the Constitution, improved committee structures (in particular, the Elections/Screening Committee), institution of a new student activities funding structure. The first matter demanding my attention is the revision of the Student Government Constitution. The major faults with the present one are its contradictions and inconsistencies. For example, in Section 3 of Article VIII, any full-time student of Capitol Campus is eligible to vote. Sue Bretherick ...

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Scott Deardorff [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

Scott Deardorff To all concerned students, On Monday, April 21, 1975, there will be a special election held to elect a new president of the Student Government Association. The results of the presidential election held on April 3, 1975 were not accepted by the SGA. Therefore I am once again announcing my candidacy for the office of the president. The results of the V-P, Treasurer, etc. have been accepted by the SGA. This means that the people who were running with me as members of the Apocalypse Party are now in office waiting' for the rest of the party to be elected. My platform is as follows: 1) The graduate students of this campus compose a large number of students on this campus. Therefore, they should play a role in the government of this campus. It is my plan, if elected, to amend the constitution in order to allow graduate students to hold a senate seat and become a part of the government of this campus. 2) There is a group on campus now called the President's Counci...

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JudgeTerseAboutCurse-AndinVerse# C±Yl(l III V 6YS6 [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

JudgeTerseAboutCurseAndinVerse# C±Yl(l III V 6YS6 HACKENSACK, N.J. - A judge used verse to overturn the conviction of a young man charged with using obscene language in a telephone call to a woman municipal clerk who refused to postpone a court hearing on a traffic violation. Bergen County Court Judge Harvey Smith, in dismissing the conviction of Eugene T. Bohelska, 20, said in part: "Can you sweat if you hit your thumb with a hammer "Without risk of spending six months in the slammer? "When the bank computer errs and bounces your check " "Is your language confined to 'Awgees' and 'Oh hecks'? "Statutory attempts to regulate pure bluster "Can't pass what is called constitutional muster. "Use of vulgar words that may cause resentment "Is protected by the First Amendment. "This was no obscene call from a sick,deranged stranger, "Of a breach of the peace there was no possible danger. "Eugene hurled an expletive in sheer exasperation "And that isn't a crime anywhere in the nati...

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NOW Meeting Held [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

NOW Meeting Held A meeting of N.O.W.-National Organization for Women was held on Thursday, April 3, 1975. Discussion centered on several up-coming events, the most important being our membership drive. We plan to send a letter to all women students and faculty members informing each of our existance, interests, and goals and asking for a response. Please watch for this letter, it should be in the mail soon. We plan an open-house, open-discussion with the XGI's in order to share and air what might turn out to be common interests and goals. We are all looking forward to this meeting. At the end of April we have scheduled a mini-course in Volkswagon maintenence; a man or woman from Cameron Auto will be here to teach all interested persons how to maintain their vehicles. On May 1 1975 we will have a speaker come to talk about women's interests and problems. These events will be advertised well in advance look for them on the bulletin boards and in the C.C Reader. Our next meetin...

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Middletown Friends Will Recycle Books For Profit [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

Middletown Friends Will Recycle Books For Profit Used books may now be donated for the Middletown Friends of the Library Book Sale, according to Mrs. Jean Ammon, projects chairman. Persons wishing to donate books for the sale may leave them at the Middletown Library, 7 South Union Street, or at several other locations in the area. The Book Sale Is scheduled for May 31st, during the annual Mini-Mall sponsored by downtown merchants. Proceeds from the sale will be allocated to the Library Building Fund drive. In addition to the library, collection boxes for used books have been placed at Seven Sorrows school entrance, St. Peter's Lutheran Church, and Wesley United Methodist Church. In Shope Gardens, donations may be left at the Community Building or with Mrs. Linda Bennett, 223 Delmont. In Pineford Village, books may be left with Mrs. Ammon, 19 Wild wood. Gardens, donations may be Building or with Mrs. Linda D^T^ X/M,3 ^ar0 ^- '" Pineford Village, books may be left with Mrs. Ammo...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

AndinVerseexasperation "And that isn't a crime anywhere in the nation." Reprinted from Philadelphia Inquirer 4-10-75 Gardens, donations may be left at the Community Building or with Mrs. Linda Bennett, 223 Delmont. In Pineford Village, books may be left with Mrs. Ammon, 19 Wild wood. # Gardens, donations may be C±Yl(l III V 6YS6 PERXIERT Building or with Mrs. Linda exasperation . . _ . ._ D^T^ X/M,3 ^ar0 ^- '" "And that isn't a crime VO D Pineford Village, books may anywhere in the nation." T W U K be left with Mrs. Ammon, 19 _ ^ Wildwood. Reprinted from OL|\lot ' Philadelphia Inquirer 4-10-75 J OPDECORUMREADER

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She Did It! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

She Did It! By Jimmy Olson Jimmy Olson seems quite surprised as the baby he is carrying gives its first kick.Fortunately Jimmy has gotten over his morning sickness and seems so radiant now that he is with child. by prouser Hello friends, Jimmy here, Wow, have I gotten myself into a big mess. Jimmy Olson, the world's most renown crime fighter and combater of mediocrity, has just been cut down to size. I fooled around, and I got burnt. Goodness knows that I should have been more careful. There is such a thing as the pill, you know. Oh well, I suppose it was one of those "crimes of passion". Anyway, I'm pregnant. I know who did it. Would you all like to know who is responsible? OK, I'll sing like a canary. Nicotine Flightpath, alias Sweet Potato is the quilty party. Yep, she done did it. Now I'm stuck carrying the scars of biological logic, sex. What am I to do in such a predicament? A man "in a family way" just cannot function properly like other men. It's different now. S...

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Native American Festival On Campus [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

Native American Festival On Campus Members of the White Roots of Peace will conduct a Native American Festival on campus April 27th and 28th. A press conference will be held on Monday at 11 a.m. in the Gallery-Lounge. "White Roots of Peace"-a group of American Indianswill conduct a Native American Festival with seminars, films, exh-ibits and meals on Sunday and Monday, April 27 and 28. A reception for the Indians will be held Sunday evening at 7:30 in the Black Cultural Arts Center located in the main building. The group will be on campus all day Monday conducting their many and varied programs. According to an ancient Iroquois tradition, the white roots of a great tree went out to provide a path by which all peoples could find their way to peace in the shade of the great tree. In 1969 a group of young Mohawks set out to renew their commitment to these traditions. They travel the length and breath of North America to revitalize Indian strength and unity.

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Capitol's Women Needs Studied [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

Capitol's Women Needs Studied During the current term Laura Landman, a graduate student in psychosocial science, is engaged in an Independent study on the special needs of women on Capitol Campus. The women to whom the study is directed are those who have entered Capitol Campus under the CLEP program and or those women who, for myriad reason, have returned to college after having interrupted their educational pursuits. In order to determine what service these students desire, an informal "open house" will be held April 18 in W-135 from 12:15 pm until 3:oo pm. Please Drop In! Programs and Services can be developed to meet your needs only when they are known.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

OOPS!!Agent of Trailways Travel Bureau Corp. Tours JOHNDENVERSpecial Midnight Concert At Spectrum April 18, 1975 Leave Hbg. at 9 PM Includes Transportation Reserved Seat s19.45(per person)

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Rec-Ath News [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

Rec-Ath News ARCHERY CLUB: Arrangements are being made to get the Archery Club active for the spring term. Targets will be set out in the very near future. Any student, faculty or staff that is interested in taking part in this program should contact the Rec-Ath Bldg. - 787-7751. IM SOFTBALL The Intramural Softball League will be going into its second week of games. There are 17 active teams participating, divided into two divisions: The American Division and the National Division. We hear by the "Grape Vine" that at least one home run has been scored to date and that was by Bob Schmidt of the team "Lois"! If there were any more, let us hear about them! SOCCER: Due to many reasons we have been unsuccessful in arranging a soccer schedule for the spring season. We are not giving up on soccer for spring by no means! Coach Trunk urges all members of the soccer team, and those who would like to be members, to contact the Rec-Ath Bldg. as soon as possible. Arrangements are being mad...

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The 1975 Annual Bathtub Race Is ON! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975

The 1975 Annual Bathtub Race Is ON! The 1975 Annual Bathtub Race will be held May 7th at one o'clock P.M. If you have an interest in racing or just would like more information contact Don Miller 951 A Kirtland Ave., Middletown, Pa. 17057 or phone 717-944-1751. Don has a few bathtubs for loan and a lot more information. Give him a call and win some of the suds. First prize V2 keg of beer Second prize VA keg of beer Third prize 2 cases of beer Fourth prize 1 case of beer

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