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Dugout Diction [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
Dugout Diction by tonnie mac Play Ball!! — And another Umpire calls the American pastime to order. Capitol Campus is no exception as the on deck batter yells out cheers such as "Any way to get on" or "Make him come to you" or Good Eye!! Yea ... Capitol is Penn State ... we are Penn State .... You are in Lion Country! It sounds like autumn splendor with goal posts and blue bands... but it is spring glamour and the spirit is running high from home plate to the bull pen beyond the cen4er field fence. A Bat Girl!!! ... Yes the Capitol Campus baseball team is in full force with all the glamour of Little Hollywood Field and a co-ed at the corner of the dugout!! The Diamond Dusters are out to enjoy the American pastime, practice good to play good and be proud to be a part of a working unit at Capitol Campus. A dedicated effort by some 22 players has done it all. Baseball is running, hitting, throwing, fielding and whoever does it best has the noisiest dug-out! As soon as Bud Smitle...
OSU Game Tickets [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
OSU Game Tickets ..UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.,-A total of 1,000 tickets have been reserved for Penn State students for the Nittany Lions' Sept. 20 game at Ohio State. A lottery during the first week of May will determine the recipients of the tickets, which ore oriced at $8 each and are limited to two tickets per application. Only students who will be enrolled full-time during the 1975 fall term are eligible for the drawing. Commonwealth campus students may apply through the Student Affairs office on their campus during the week of April 21-25. Now mail orders will be accepted. Student ticket recipients will be notified by mail before May 10. A complete list of ticket recipients will be posted outside the Athletic Office and at Beaver Stadium during the Blue-Whitegameon May 10. Penn State and Ohio State officials entered into a reciprocal agreement to exchange 3,800 tickets for the Sept. 20 game in Zolumbusthis year and Ohio State's visit to Beaver Stadium Sept. 18,1976.
hM Softball Roster [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
hM Softball Roster SPRING 1975 AMERICAN DIVISION: 1. DICK HAUL - Capt. Richard Taylor 944-0322 Co-Capt. Robert Garman 944-0550 2. FRENCH TICKLERS - Capt. Jeff Devlin 944-7968 3. NADS - Capt. Al Hutchins & Co-Capt. Rick Little 944-7796 4. X G.I. - Capt. Paul Heintzman 545-2128 5. JOINT EFFORT - Capt. Harry Nugent - 944-9353 6. MUREX Capt. Chester Stapinski 944-9338 7. SOFTBALLERS - Capt. Gene Eddy 944-0566 8. SLACKWATER WRINKLEBELLIES - Capt. Mike McMaster 944-1218 NATIONAL DIVISION 1. BENDER BROS. - Capt. Tom Huber 944-1055 2. GATTLINGUN - Capt. Rick Barrett 944-1904 3. COLUMBEANIES - Capt. Frank Rohland 944-0708 4. DINAH MOE HUMMS - Capt. Jerry Szostek 944-7774 5. SPREAD EAGLE INN - BobOkenquist, Capt. 944-0940 6. LOIS - Capt. Gary Belmonte 944-6771 7. F. T. CONGLOMERATION - Capt. Jack Donahue 944-9220 8. FAC-STAF MITTS - Capt. Phil Taylor 9. DETROIT MUSCLES - Capt. Jim Karanzalis 944-9332 (rm 315)
Hockey Fans, Ice Skaters [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
Hockey Fans, Ice Skaters A hockey-skating club is being planned for next year. Membership will be open to all - students, faculty, staff, women, men, skaters, and non-skaters. (If you can't skate, but would like to learn, we'll teach you.) At this time we expect to rent Hershey's outer rink once a week as well as to flood the soccer field when the weather gets cold. (There's a long shot of getting a REAL rink!) Although a major focus of the club is to develop a college club hockey team, we'll have lots of "skating for fun" outings. In addition, outings to watch the Bears and Washington Caps are also planned. An organizational meeting will be held 4th period, Friday, April 18, in Room W-309. If you are unable to attend please stop by W-357 and fill out a data form. Richard Ammon
CC Golf Club Swings Into Action [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
CC Golf Club Swings Into Action by Gene T. Eddy The Capitol Campus Golf Club, under the supervision of Coach George Dressier, began its season last week by playing York College and Sheppard College in a tri-match and Lackawanna Jr. College in a dual match. Capitol, playing under adverse weather conditions, lost to York 81/2 to 12V2 and Sheppard 31 /> to 141/2 but rebounded to beat Lackawanna 6V2 to 21/2. For those of you who are not familiar with this type of scoring, the following explanation may be helpful. Each school sends an equal number of players depending on the number of schools, that is, one player from each school per group and an unlimited number of groups depending on availability of players. Instead of keeping count on the total number of strokes per 18 holes, a point system is used per hole. One point is awarded for the person or the group who wins the majority of the first nine holes, one point is given for the majority of the last nine holes, and on...
Course On Problem-Solving Proposed [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
Course On Problem-Solving Proposed Dr. J. AAaynard, based on his experience gained in attending an AAAS-NSF Chautauqua-Type Short Course for College Teachers, desires to give a campus-wide course on "Patterns of PROBLEM SOLVING" A course of this type is gaining wide acceptance in many campuses and details of the course as given at UCLA are enclosed for your information. I have requested Dr. Maynard to make a presentation on the objectives of this course and he agreed to undertake this sometime in the beginning of Fall 1975. In the meantime I would appreciate it if the Academic Affairs Committee at Capitol considers this at one of its meeting. Dr. AAaynard and I would be glad to be present to answer any questions the Committee might want to ask. I think a course of this nature would immensely help the entire student community at Capitol. Dr. V. N. AAurtv PATTERNS OF PROBLEM SOLVING discusses tools and concepts most productive in problem solving and least likely to be eroded...
Student Traffic Court Policies [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
Student Traffic Court Policies Because of numerous questions on the procedures of the Student Traffic Court, a set of policies has been established by the Chief Justice, Chief of Security, and Dean of Student Affairs. The policies will be posted in the glass case across the hall from the Student Affairs Office and are also being published for the widest possible dissemination. The Policiesof the Student Traffic Courtareas follows: POLICY OF STUDENT TRAFFIC COURT 1. Any student who things he has been ticketed unfairly has the right to appeal his violation to the Student Standards Board (Student Court). An appeal is filed by filling out an appeal form at 1he Security Office in the Placement Building. 2. If a defendant does appeal within two (2) business days of the violation, as required by the motor vehicle regulations, he has one week to make an appointment in the Student Affairs Office (W-103) to have his appeal heard by the Student Court. If he fails to make an appointment...
Learn About Breast Cancer [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
Learn About Breast Cancer A film on "Breast Cancer - Causes, Detection and Precautions," will be shown in the auditorium at Penn State-Capitol Campus in Middletown at 12:00 noon on Thursday, April 24. In addition, a lecture given by Dr. Elliot M. Badder will immediately follow the film. Dr. Badder is assistant professor of surgery at The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. A native of Philadelphia and graduate of Thomas Jefferson Medical School, Dr. Badden joined the faculty at the Hershey Medical Center in 1974. Prior to that he was chief of surgery at a regional hospital in Adana, Turkey. According to a spokesperson for the American Cancer Society, which distributes the film, the increased concern with breast cancer has placed the film in great demand.
It s DOCTOR Lem Now! [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
It s DOCTOR Lem Now! by Phyllis Schaeffer Photographed by prouser Once again, the C.C. Reader brings you a closer look at the faculty. This time it's Lemuel Molovinsky of the Social Science Department. Lem, as he prefers to be called, is now Dr. Lem. On April 1 he earned his doctorate from Temple University by successfully completing his oral final. His dissertation was entitled, "Pennsylvania's Legislative Efforts to Finance the War for Independence: A Study in Continuity, 1775-1783." Teaching at Capitol is Lem's first full-time academic position. He's been here three years and came from Temple University where he completed his undergraduate and graduate work and also was a teaching assistant. Lem says, I wanted to teach at a small school where a teacher can have a one-to-one relationship with students" ' He feels "there is a greater concern for people here at Capitol. I like being with people-that's what teaching is all about. When asked fcr his opinion of Capitol stud...
wmv wmm [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
wmv wmm John D'Allura - Music Director Mike Bless-Program Director Singles Playlist ' 1. Lady Marmalade Labelle 2. Philadelphia Freedom Elton John Band 3. You Are So Beautiful J. Cocker 4. Have You Never Been Mellow Olivia Newton John 5. Mandy-It's a Miracle B. Manilow 6. Don't Call Us Sugarloaf 7. Poetry Man Phoebe Snow 8. Shame, Shame, Shame Shirley & Co. 9. No No Sons Ringo 10. Lady Styxx n. Hary Truman Chicago 12. Young Americans David Bowie 13. Pick Up The Pieces AWB 14. Lonely People America 15. What Am I Gonna Do Barry White 16. Roll on Down the Highway B.T.O. I/. Sandy Hollies 18. Shining Star Earth Wind & Fire 19. Movin On Bad Co. 20. Only Yesterday Carpenters 21. Black Water Doobie Brothers 22. LovinYou Minnie Rippertwon 23. Best of Our Love Eagles 24. Never Let Her Go David Gates 25. Leona Wet Willie
VISIONS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
VISIONS Photo by Prouser ¦¦¦MMM & I J ^^^^^^^I ^^^H . As I am lying here in bed, ^^^^^il^HP And my pillow underneath my head. ^^BF^ ' I see visions flying through my mind, wfl Visions of all types of different kinds. ^^ Things from the future and things from the past, And present things which leave too fast. But I also see things that I dislike Things like jealousy, envy, and also fights. M To me these things are really bad, fl And they disturb me and make me feel sad. ^B HBM|^^^ John Roscioji ^M
ALBUMS PLAYLIST [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
ALBUMS PLAYLIST 1. Physical Graffitti Led Zeppelin 2. Have You Never Been Mellow Olivia Newton John 3. Young Americans David Bowie 4. Perfect Angel Minnie Ripperton 5. War Child JethroTull 6. Blood on the Tracks Bob Dylan 7. Average White Band AWB 8. Heart Like A Wheel Linda Ronstadt 9. Phoebe Snow Phoebe Snow 10. For Earth Below Robin Trower 11. Gold on the Shoulder Gordon Lightfoot 12. || Barry Manilow 13. Fire Ohio Players 14. Waitress in a Doughnut Shop Maria Muldaur 15. Greatest Hits Elton John 16. Yesterdays Yes 17. Tommy 18. Welcometo my Nightmare A.Cooper 19. Out of the Blue Blue Swede 20. Nuthin Fancy Lynard Skynyrd 21. All the Girls in the World Grand Funk 22 Circus Argent 23. That's the Way of the World Earth Wind & Fire 24. Ghosts Strawbs 25. Sheer Heart Attack Queen 26. Dark Horse George Harrison 27. Another Night Hollies 28. On the Border Eagles 29. Do It B.T. Express
Pepper Flies [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
Pepper Flies THE GREAT WALDO PEPPER Directed by George Roy Hill This is a movie that you should not wait to see on Channel 100. The main impact of the film (and quite an impact it is too), is the aerial photography; the dizzying sensations of speed and acrobatics coveyed by the cameras mounted on the stunt planes themselves comprise a cinematic thrill that is not to be missed. Go stoned and sit down in front. Particularly amazing is the outside-loop sequence that makes you certain that your hair is dangling above, your head and that at any moment you will fall out of your seat and splatter into the ceiling. For the sheer wonder and beauty and power of flight, for the god-like glory in the aerial dogfight, for the highest grace of life and the tragedy and honor of death, go see this movie. That is what is good about the film. What is OK about the film is the story, acting and direction. Nice, but nothing to get excited about. Robert Redford as Waldo puts on a good show and mana...
Opera Program Mesmerizing [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
Opera Program Mesmerizing Beverly Flower and Jesse Coston performing their musical revue, "From Figaro To Funny Girl" in the Gallery /Lounge. by Gary B. Macchioni "From Figaro to Funny Girl" was a musical presentation performed on April 10, by Beverly Flower and Jesse Coston. Two programs were performed. A lecture/demonstration at 2 pm in the gallery lounge, and a formal concert in the auditorium in the evening. To say the least, I was mesmerized. Those two very talented performers exhibited to me a warmth that's not normally experienced between artist and audience. Their repertoire consisted of opera selections to Broadway show tunes. The guest Curtis Opera Company members charmed me to a point of capturing my complete, undivided attention. The Cultural Committee's special concert of Beverly Flower and Jesse Coston has implanted upon me a curious desire to attend some opera. That's what a concert is all about. Programs like this are what makes colleae life come alvie.
DONT TAKE SOMNEX TAKE CHICAGO [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
DONT TAKE SOMNEX TAKE CHICAGO Chicago VIII Chicago Columbia Well, Chicago has returned in their eighth vinyl expedition, creatively entitled Chicago VIII. This new album marks a return to blandness for this once innovative octet from the Windy City. After Chicago III back in 1970, the group seemed to go pretty much down the musical drain, with occasional flashes of their early brilliance. The last year, they rebounded in a fair-to-good Chicago VII, which left me hoping they could keep it up. Unfortunately, they couldn't. Although it's only a one-record set, it wears on one's nerves about as badly as two records would. It's the kind of album that can lull one to sleep if he sits down for a serious listening session. It's so bad that the entire first side is indistinguishible from one song to the next. However, things aren't all that bad for the entire album. If you're awake enough at the end of the first side to change the record, the beginning of the second side will jolt yo...
Mark Twain Lives [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
Mark Twain Lives Actor Will Stutts in his portrayal of Mark Twain WILL STUTTS IN "AN EVENING WITH MARK TWAIN" Will Stutts will appear April 21st at 3pm in the auditorium in a special presentation as Mark Twain.1 Stutts originated his "Evening With Mark Twain" several years ago while doing intensive research on the great American humorist. Stutts has performed his show well over 300 times in a dozen states to thousands of delighted theatre goers. Ambrosia Pilot 20th Century Records T-434 EMI ST-11368 Presently in the music industry there seems to be a decided lack of new talent. There are, I am sure, sound reasons for this - perhaps the "non-existant" recession, a vinyl shortage or even musical regression - but In any case, this conditon is a definate drag for the Rock-n-roll connoisseur (no pun on the N.Y. Dolls intended). Hopefully the release of such albums as Ambrosia and Pilot indicate a policy change! It's terribly refreshing to listen to an excellent album and real...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 17 April 1975
America Hearts Warner Bros. 285Z America has finally released an album of the same quality as their first two. Many of us, who were truly impressed by the excellent harmony and tight musician's hip of these first Mo, were rather disappointed with Hat Trick and Holiday. Hearts seems to have recaptured the sentiment and style" of the earlier LPs. America has the interesting ability of being able to blend under one format both mellow mood music and very funky rock. On the mellow side, Hearts adds to the already impressive list - "Daisy Jane", "Midnight", "Tomorrow", and "Seasons", all of which typically include excellent orchestration. The rockers of the album include "Half a Man" and "People in the Valley". Ranging between these extremes are "Old Virginia" (REMEMBER "Ventura Highway"?), "The Story of a Teenager" (written for the film of the same name) and "Sister Golden Hair", which will undoubtedly be one of America's most successful 45's. Try listening to this one on a beautiful s...