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Records Vanishing [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
Records Vanishing University Park, Pa., The Bicentennial celebration offers Americans in all parts of the country a great opportunity to learn more about their past, according to Dr. Frederick R. Matson, newly elected president of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA). And they had better take it because time is very short. Within the next decade, much of the record will be gone, warns Dr. Matson, research professor of archaeology at The Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Matson is encouraged by the so-called Salvage Act recently passed by Congress, which specified that when any new contracts for salvage or road building are let, there must be a line item providing for archaeological studies before work begins. "What is needed is both professionally trained archaeologists and volunteers to work under their direction to study and preserve sites about to disappear under new shopping plazas, parking lots and highways", Dr. Matson points out. Projects funded by local and...
xn REPORTER [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
xn REPORTER The XGI softball team is leaving tonight (Friday) to participate in the softball tournament at University Park. Good luck! Don't get too drunk!! The bathtub race is on for Wednesday, May 7 at 1 pm starting from the student center. The race will be run around campus and the XGI's will be right in there! We hope we don't get a mechanical failure like the XGI's did last year. Pres. Paul Skodacek worked on the tub last weekend and is now looking for a crew of healthy pushers - (that is bathtub pushers) to assist in getting the XGI tub around campus. Should be great fun!! On the sports scene, as of the time of this writing, the XGI softball team is 3 and 0, and the bowling team is 14 and 10. Get your deposits in ($4) for the Phillies and Braves baseball trip scheduled for Friday, May 16th. The XGI's went to the Shaeffer Brewery for a tour on Friday night, April 25th and some of them have not been seen since! I hope they will recover soon! It was reported that Edna was t...
BoycottLight-MeatTuna [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
BoycottLight-MeatTuna XGI REPORTER Jorn Jensen The Sierra Club has now joined with a number of other conservation groups in support of a nationwide boycott of "light meat" tuna. This action was taken to prtest the failure of the tuna industry to comply with the Marine Mammal Protection Act ot 1972 which allowed tuna fishermen two years in which to develop techniques for taking yellowfin tuna which would not entail the slaughter of thousands of porpoises. At issue is a fishing technique developed in the 1960's by American tuna fishermen in the eastern tropical Pacific which capitalizes on the observed tendency of yellowfin tuna to travel below pods of porpoises. Upon sighting the porpoises on the surface, the fishermen use motor launches to drive them into nets where the porpoises become entrapped and are unable to reach the surface to breathe, resulting in death by drowning. When the nets are pulled up, the dead porpoises are separated from the tuna and thrown back into th...
Classroom Smoking Under Study [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
Classroom Smoking Under Study University Park, Pa., A preliminary report on smoking in classrooms and other public facilities of the University was presented at a meeting of the University Council. Dr. Helen A. Guthrie, a member of the subcommittee, in making the report, said that the committee has been examining the problems from the standpoint of health, safety, visual appearance of facilities, personal discomfort, and custodial and maintenance problems. She noted that the subcommittee has had extensive comments from many sources over the past few weeks and that the subcommittee, chaired by Dr. Walter H. Walters, has examined previous smoking regulations, adopted in 1958 and 1964, which were concerned primarily with safety rather than health hazards or personal objections to smoking. Council also continued its discussion of ventilation and other conditions in classrooms as they relate to the quality of instruction and discussed these matters with Ralph F. Spearly, director...
CAPITOL TRAILWAYS TOURS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
CAPITOL TRAILWAYS TOURS In the past several issues of the C.C. Reader, Capitol Trailways advertised tours such as Mac Davis and John Denver concerts. Our readers will be interested in their future programs. One such tour is the 100th running of the Preakness. This event includes a Preakness Party, and a trip to Penn National Race Track. Students can enjoy these trips. They are total package deals containing round trip transportation and reservations.
Rohrbach Elected [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
Rohrbach Elected Larry Rohrbach, Veterans Coordinator at Penn State-Capitol Campus, was recently elected President of the Pennsylvania Association of Veteran Program Administrators (PAVPA). Thirty colleges and universities from the Commonwealth attended a meeting in Harrisburg to formally organize the state association. PAVPA has been founded for several reasons: 1) to develop better communications and active cooperation between participating institutions; 2) to identify all agencies within the Commonwealth which provide services to veterans and develop a summary of those services; 3) to offer assistance to individual institutions in alternative funding for veterans programs in higher education; 4) to promote the extension of educational opportunities to all veterans and dependents. ¦ U U U U! U 5* V ^*? ^*><> mj w turn ¦*-»•
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
| AmNTIBrfi ^ SITJOENTS AGAINST RKING ™ tfTTinON AT IJNIVERSIIY PAKK |£ *\ * And Capitol Campus * fl^ aV- . "K*3000 PENN STATE STUDENTS MAY BE FORCED T0<*i# ^ DROP OUT OF SCHOOL DUE TO LACK OF MONEY Sis » \*IF GOVERNOR SHAPP'S BUDGET IS PASSED. IT»J* * MAY BE YOU OR IT MAY BE YOUR BEST FRIEND. H\* * i# CAN YOU AFFORD A TUITION INCREASE OF $150 *\ IL^NEXT YEAR? CAr4 YOU AFFORD 10 MINUTES OF*jy • KYOUR TIME TO WRITE A LETTER TO YOUR^- '^LEGISLATOR? YOU CAN'T AFFORD NOT TO. -IK* *\ START UP NOW. ffl# fc 2£ 111 your address flR* •1 date rJV J> House of Representatives * / ¦ r Room# M> TV Main Capitol Building JL 'A Harrisburg, Pa. 17120 "V UJ \ Dear Representative _, * u# W* As a student at Penn State University, ilk ')» am concerned about the proposed rise inJ^ * - tuition for next year, an expected $150. In- |JV U * crease in total college expenses for 75-76 [ * ? academic year is predicted. This increase \L W - will present an extreme financial burden on J^ #\ ...
Computer Employment Service [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
Computer Employment Service An Open Letter to the Student Body, Recently, computer experts have devised a system that will expose student applications for employment to over twenty thousand employers from coast to coast and twenty foreign countries. The concept is very simple. A large number of companies find it convenient to lease computer time for their own use (called time sharing or remote batch usage) from computer service companies set up for just this purpose. Through computer terminals in their offices, they have access to a fantastic amount of knowledge and service at very inexpensive rates. As a matter of fact, virtually all of the Fortune Top 1300 companies are either vendors or user. Through the use of extremely thorough and complete resumes, American Personnel Systmes Corporation is forming the most complete and extensive personnel bank in history. This data bank is being made available to every corporation with a terminal facility. All major vendors of computer...
c R 0 S s w 0 R D S [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
c R 0 S s w 0 R D S ACROSS 1. Form of "to be" 4. Money for a tortilla 8. Russian news service 12. Actor Barker, one-time film Tarzan 13. Norse god 14. — code phoning aid 15. Blackbird 16. Brooch 17. Moldable material 18. Comfort 20. Coiffure "cover-up" 21. Part of the psyche 22. Resister to the last: hyph. wd. 26. Turin's river 28. Made a slip 30. Tom, Dick and Harry 31. Plus 33. Specified 35. TV's "—Squad" 36. Frosts 38. Spanish "Robin Hood"- type hero 40. Toward 41. Heavenly crescent: 2 wds. 43. 3, 5, or 7 45. Pronoun 46. Filibuster tactic 49. Test TV show 52. VIP at Peking 53. Antagonist 54. Writer Ambler 55. Hindu teacher 56. Before 57. Orbit 58. Leave out 59. Cerise DOWN 1. Woe is me! 2. Nevada city 3. Banish 4. Theater snack 5. Miss Adams 6. Sermon theme ! 7. Light-switch word 8. Instructed 9. Actor Carney 10. Between "ready" and "go" 11. Speak 17. Dish of 24 blackbirds ' 19. Bringerof , wisdom, in the Orient 20. More extensive 22. Imp 23. Branch 24. Donnybrook 25....
Is All Wet [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
Is All Wet • ¦ ¦ MOVIE REVIEW BY P.R.J. Smith shampoo written by Robert Towne and Warren Beatty produced by Warren Beatty directed by Hal Ashby Columbia Pictures A mish-mosh. (mess) A depressina look at dishonesty with funnv moments, (at a dinner party celebrating the election of Nixon Old Man: "Do you want something my dear? I can get you anything you'd like." Drunk Julie Christie pointing to a confused Warren Beatty: "What I'd like right now more than anything else in the world would be... (Rich Old Man leans toward her with a lascivious grin on his mouth) ...to suck his cock." This is probably the funniest moment in the movie next to Beatty's almost-getting-caught-by-irateboyfriend scene. Ho-hum. Who needs this shit? Things are pretty bad in 1975 if we're taking a nostalgic look at 1968, which is a goal at least a third of this film is pointed toward. Things are even worse if we're not bored stiff by the attempt. With the accompanying notariety this film has attached to i...
rd&owl' y, tJjlue <JwuA [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
rd&owl' y, tJjlue <JwuA Blue Jays Justin Hayward and John Lodge Threshold THS 14 When the Moody Blues broke up, I along with many others mourned the passing of another super group along the lines of the Beatles, CSN&Y, BS&T and all those others. Well that death knell was rather premature. With the arrival of BlueJays , the Moody Blues' ghost has arisen from the dead. The two gentlemen who make up this album are Justin Hayward and Hohn Lodge (J & J - the Blue(s) 'J's - get it?) They are the same gentlemen who composed such classics as "Nights in White Satin," "Story in Your Eyes," "Isn't Life Strange," and almost all the other hit Moody platters. Blue Jays is reminiscent of those oldies. The album is full of those omnipresent multileveled harmonies (a la Carpenters), spatial orchestration, and the same haunting guitar by Hayward that made "Isn't Life Strange" unforgettable. When the Moodies finally called it quits almost two years ago,...
king's $csr [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
king's $csr The Best of Freddie King Freddy King SHELTER Sr ¦ 2140 With all of our great American dream machine bourgeois decadence, there are few things that we can call truly American - perhaps our pollution, our crime rate or our TV commercials, and of course our over kill war making capacity - but aside from these (and possible because of these) the only thing that comes to mind is the blues. I mean "the blues" is really American. Now I'm not getting into why or from where we got the blues - all want to say is that eventually we all get the blues - and when we get them we want to listen to someone who can really play them. Presently there are two blues kings - B.B. King and, of course, Freddie King. Freddie, for those of you uninitiated individuals, plays a wicked axe. Few musicians can pull the smooth sympathetic runs that he can - when Freddie gets down not only can you hear his guitar wailing in sorrow but you can actually see the tears runnin' down its worn neck. In ...
&luasf) 3 Bucfclc [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
&luasf) 3 Bucfclc Faye Dunaway is the treacherous Milady Four Musketeers Directed by - Richard Lester Oliver Reed is the brooding Starring: Athos in Richard Lester's Michael York - D'Artagnan new all-star film of Alexan Faye Dunaway - Milady <*<* Dumas' "THE FOUR Oliver Reed - Athos MUSKETEERS." Charlton Heston - Cardinal Richelen Richard Chamberlain • Aramis Frank Finlay • Porthos The man who first brought, the Beatles to the screen, Richard Lester, has returned with his second comedy hit in a year, The Four Musketeers, currently playing at the Twin Eric theaters on Derry St. in Harrisburg (left off the Derry St. exit of I-283). This movie is ostensibly the sequel to The Three Musketeers, but actually, it's the second half of the original film, which was too long for one feature and was sliced in half to create two flicks. With this fact in mind, one could reasonably expect the two movies to be almost identical; quite the contrary. Where The Three Mu...
Capitol Erotica [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
Capitol Erotica The Best of the New York Erotic Film Festival On Thursday evening, April 24th, I witnessed the showing of the erotic film festival. Not quite knowing what to expect, I waddled in and sat down. What I saw, was a maze of fantastic camera work, ingenuous adventures, and a barrage of colors flashing "tits and asses" all over the screen. Any production can be judged by the audience and their reactions. Capitol Campus's hoards of horny toed dudes flocked in to witness the holy ceremony. From the titilating scenes of erotic love encounters, to the delicate close-ups of life loving and muscular contractions, the audience ooh'd, aah'd, and squirmed in their seats. Nervous, uneasy laughter was followed by silence, as the more sensual parts brought the Capitolite Trojans to a stand still. Alternative uses of sports equipment such as bats balls and jock straps were proudly presented to the audience. That was one of the silent spots. "Calma", my favorite, blossomed about ...
Free Summer Jobs Info [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
Free Summer Jobs Info A free information sheet on summer job searching has recently been made available to college students. Scientific and Professional Enterprises publishes the information, which is based on their own research on summer jobs in this area. If you want a copy of this FREE publication, send a stamped self-addressed envelope to: Scientific and Professional Enterprises, College Division, 2237 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, Calif. 94306.
S.G.A. Minutes [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 1 May 1975
S.G.A. Minutes From page Seven (Chairman), Todd Malpass, Dave Wolf, Diana Harris, and the Finance Comm. - Jack Henry (Chairman), Dave Kaliszewski, Bill Nolan, Ed Rex. V. Extra budget request of $72.46 for the Tarnhelm was granted. Jack Henry made the motion & Todd Malpass 2nd the motion. Vote was 12-for, 2-abstentions. VI. Photo Club requested an extra $50. Motion to approve the money was made by Bette Karp and 2nd by Chet Gregoreski. Vote was 9-for, 2-opposed, 1-abstention. VII. Treasurer's Report. Additional club fund requests must be itemized anc reviewed by the Finance Comm. before any extra money is appropriated. Jack made the motion and Rich Laychock 2nd the motion. The vote was unanimous. VIII. Used Bookstore. Discussion took place on plans for the bookstore & whether or not the SGA should run it. IX. Food Services report from Rod Minaya. Minaya suggested the Food Service Comm. be re-enacted perhaps with a suggestion box and comment cards in Vendorvill...