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TO ANN AND COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

TO ANN AND COMPANY Will the river of life ever run true? No, not ever -- not even for you. You wish for ease -- but it is never so For Karma will follow whereever you go. For so you seek -- so you shall find, And unto you -- the loving and kind Will bring you beauty and also correction Listen and learn and so reach perfection.

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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DOWN AND OUT [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

DOWN AND OUT Sports Dictionary This is a football pass pattern in which the receiver runs downf ield, then cuts to the sidelines. Down and out has nothing to do with skid row! L J

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Dial-A-Lesson, Ding-Dong [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

Dial-A-Lesson, Ding-Dong University Park, Pa. Sept. — "If you spent less time on the phone and more time with your studies, you'd be a better student" is a frequent parental lament. But students at The Pennsylvania State University are spending mo retime on the phone and more time with their schoohvork too — and at the same time. As easily as one can "dial a prayer" or "dial for dollars", Penn State students can "dial a lesson" at special "phone booths" located throughout campus. An audio system devised by Listening-Learning Services allows students to "dial up" taped lectures, musical presentations, and medical advice at one of the 150 listening stations. Since the program was begun in July, 1969, approximately 725,000 calls have been made by students, according to Willard M. Martin, director of Listening-Learning Services. Martin emphasizes that nearly half of the calls weremade within the past year. The concept is simple. When a student dials the number assigned to the pr...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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We All Have To Go Sometime [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

We All Have To Go Sometime University Park, Pa.; Sept. — Who said modem containers don't decay? A timetable for the natural recycling of some widely used and frequently littered items were drawn up by scientists at The Pennsylvania State University: A common soft drink can dropped in the woods today, and not touched except by the air, rain, snow, natural mulch and sunlight will likely be completely degraded by October of'73- 2473, that is, A.D. Its aluminum components, says Dr. Edwin L. Owen, a metallurgist who specializes in the study of corrosion, might by that time be broken up into dust-like bits. The steel or tin components will probably have made it to dust somewhat earlier, by 2073 A.D. A conventional plastic wrapper similarly exposed, says Dr. R. F. Kammereck, a polymer scientist, will probably be gone back to nature by the Fall of 2200 or thereabouts. A glass bottle left on the forest floor this weekend, says Evelyn C. Marboe, a glass chemist, might find its ultimat...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

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FDA Sanctions Poison [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

FDA Sanctions Poison (CPS) - The next time you have a red candy bar, a can of cherry soda or a strawberry popsicle, you may be eating poison. According to Food and Drug Administration scientists, a dye called Red 2, found in virtually every artificially red-colored food, may cause cancer and birth defects. Soviet scientists reported in 1970 that the dye caused birth defects and cancer in animals. FDA scientists obtained similar results from a reproduction test last summer, but FDA officials have delayed any action at all for almost a year. The FDA has since introduced some minor restrictions on the use of Red 2, but has denied that there is any evidence of hazard to humans. Although the color additives amendment to the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires scientific proof of safety for all color additives in food supply, there is no such objective scientific evidence that Red 2 is safe for human consumption. N According to Sidney M. Wolfe MD, the safe dosage level would be' ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

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New Yorkers Fast Against war [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

New Yorkers Fast Against war (CPS) - An open-ended fast against the Vietnam war, which began August 6, Hiroshima Day, has resulted in a two-day series of actions in Washington, D.C. and New York City. September 13, participants in the fast marched from Lafayette Park to the national office of the Committee to Re-Elect the President in Washington, D.C, holding empty rice bowls as a symbol of the hungry and war-tom Vietnamese people, and held a vigil in front of theheadquarters. September 15, the fasters held a "service of war resistance" on the steps of St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City, having been denied use of the church by Cardinal Cooke. The service consisted of songs read from the Bible, litanies and speeches about war resistance. The fast is in protest against "any continuation of the war by any method or for any reason." The fasters are demanding an end to United States bombing and shelling in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia; a firm date for complete withdrawal of all...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

SHOP OLMSTED PLAZA For These Fine stores Welcome New Juniors •Pantry Pride •DeVono's *Joe, the Motorists' Friend •Norge Village " •Rea & Derick Drugs ? Royal Jewel Box •Children's Shop •Hobby Shop •Gladell Shop •Barber aop •Montogomery Wards 'Fashion Flair .Beauty s^ •Tnr j fry Beverage *Kresge's *Corv Coffw ^^w •Sherwin Williams Paints *G.A.C. Finance '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

Classified Ads Students seriously desiring an out of classroom experience among mentally disabled or retarded persons may contact the Aurora Club, Inc., 1838 N. Second St., Harrisburg, 17102, or phone 232-6675 for an appointment Ask for Mrs. Ben Sllberman, Director. Bob Thompson, a senior, needs a Slace to live near campus. Contact Gl office. Wanted: Part-time photographer. Contact Betty Duke, Public Information Office^, W-139.

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Some Questions (And Answers) On Registering To Vote [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

Some Questions (And Answers) On Registering To Vote Q - HOW OLD MUST I BE TO REGISTER? A - 18. If your birthday falls on or before November 8 (the day after the election), you may register to vote. Q ~ WHERE MAY I REGISTER? A -- You may register to vote at the registration office at the county courthouse, or at one of the special registration sites which may be set up. Call the registration office for specific information. Q - WHEN MAY I REGISTER? A - Generally, registration is conducted during the business day and during special hours set aside by the local registration office. Check with your county office to find out what the hours are for your area. Q - WHAT IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER? A-October 10. Q -- MY 18th BIRTHDAY IS AFTER OCTOBER 10th, BUT BEFORE NOVEMBER 8th. CAN I REGISTER? A - Yes. You may register before your birthday (and before October 10) if you will be 18 by November 8. Q - I AM A COLLEGE STUDENT FROM ANOTHER STATE WHO IS ATTENDING SCHOOL IN PENNSYLVANIA...

Publication Title: Capitolist, The
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Careers In Europe Available [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

Careers In Europe Available Los Angeles, California - "Jobs for young people are available in Europe," said Dr. F. X. Gordon, President of Princeton Research, in a recent interview. Just back from Europe he said "the 300 million people Common Market is booming. On the other hand, he stated, we forsee continued youth unemployment in the United States until at least October of 1973. U.S. Corporations are still cutting back personnel and are not planning for replacements. Although the improving U.S. economy will create some jobs, more young people are entering the job seeking market. In fact some 1,300,000 per year. 1973 High School and College graduates will face a long search. "We have a program called Jobs Europe," he continued, "and guarantee salaried jobs in Switzerland, England and Belgium, for some 2,000 young people 18 to 29 years of age. These are Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring jobs as general help (trainees) in hotels, restaurants, supermarkets, department stores, st...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

Trissler Beer Distributor Phone 944-7446 108 Wilson Street Middletown, Pa. R. I.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

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Ouaranteed Student Loan Program [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

Ouaranteed Student Loan Program Emergency legislation, passed on August 19, 1972, and effective until March 1, 1973, makes it possible for lenders to make loans under the same regulations that governed the Guaranteed Student Loan Program prior to June 30, 1972. The program enables you to borrow money directly from a bank, credit union, savings and loan association or other participating lender. The loan is guaranteed by a State or private nonprofit guarantee agency or insured by the Federal Government. You may borrow up to a maximum of $1,500 per academic year. (In some States the maximum is $1,000 per academic year and lenders must adhere to State regulations.) You may borrow up to a total of $7,500. If your adjusted family income is less than $15,000 per year, the Federal Government will pay the interest on the loan while you are attending school and until the beginning of the repayment period. The repayment period begins between 9 and 12 months after you leave school or c...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 5 October 1972

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